The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on September 12, 1921 · Page 3
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, September 12, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS azsam wjrm AUiA "ujss IH3E3E3ES5I33I Fi It Will Pay You to Trade With These Spend Your Money With People Who Save You Money Faira&oiimtt's Tirade Leaders Ladies $1.00 Silk en '&c Children's 35c Hose for Rel Wear MM I Tffrnn v HOSIERY? Where Do You? Keep Your Car I SHOULD SAY! Real Merchandise This Bank will give you service in business. The November County Tax Receipts are now in our bank so our customers can pay them now. 4 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Why not keep it in a modern garage where you have an individual stall, free air, water, and access to an up-to-date repair shop? It will pay you to investigate our facilities for storage. Get our prices and save money. Fairmount Garage 219 East Washington Street Ladies 50c Mercerized Men's 1 5c up at HOLLINGSWORTH SHOE CO. mmmim mm COME IN AND SEE our unexcelled line of Fnbleaobed Muslin for dresses, lunch cloths, bed spreads, etc. Our new lino of htvd? for trimming dresses will delight you. You will want to see them. Mrs. Ella Patterson Art Store .., THE OLDEST BANK I N SOUTHERN GRANT (COUNTT .1 1 IE 1 Phone 352 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Isaiah Jay's Roy Heck was an Indianapolis visitor last w-ck snd attended the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Andrews will i go to Marion this week for futim? ! residence. T T- Vint J? 1 V .fO Vl 1 O VACtl " V Henry Barber returned home Tu3S-j .day after a week's visit with his son ! Buy Only The Best U. S. Tires give the mileage: they are quality Tires for sane tire users. They will take you farther and save you more money than other tires. We also handle a full line of all kinds of automobile accessories. When in need of such come and see us. J. C. ALBERTSON position in the Mayflower Market af- I I Jim Barber and family at Fort ! ter a week's vacation. Wavne. I - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Day have returned from Bsltimore, Md., where th?y were visiting relatives. Fine Line of Rugs, Linoleums, over-stuffed Davenports, Chairs Goods at LOW PRICES Read Isaiah 31:5 Air Planes, and Nahum 2:4 Automobiles. Then come see me. Relatives received a message from ' Ray Harshman from Bowling Green, Ky., statins? that h had chancred his plar.s about his trip to Florida and was returning home. Harshman left last Sunday for Florida planning to be jrone until the first of the y?ar. Mrs. V. E. Harriett has returned to her home in Alliance, Neb., after a visit with ber prrents, Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Xolson. Phone 62 124 South Main Street. WATCHES. CLOCKS CHINA The Home of Good Coal - Heat Unity. Flu Jacket, Rex, Ajax. Beaver Fork. The Pride of Kentucky. Your business solicited, C. C. BROWN, Fairmount L. E. MONTGOMERY "Your Jeweler" FAIRMOUNT. INDIAN A Kreusch's Ice Cream hlTsYme and is good food for the sick and afflicted. For sale only by PNhoXneloi4i Busing & Company JEWELRY CUT GLASS Ever Eat Where? MOON EAT SHOP Here? ? SCHOOL DAYS ARE HERE And We Have the Supplies Our store will be headquarters for all school supplies, ink, tablets and everything your child needs for his school work. Don't forget we are also able to supply every need in the drug and medicine line. Come in. Glad to see you. R L O U R. Some Real Prices in Quantities See Us Before You Buy Phone 275 KELLY& SON Phone 275 Feed, Seeds, Groceries and Produce THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO ACCUMULATE WEALTH B. L. Allred Elect ric Shop BATTERY SERVICE AND REPAIRS 8 P. H. O'MARA We repair Starting Motors net Generators; also Ignition work. Juicy Steaks Fine Chops Best of Everything in the Line of MEATS Community Meat Market ACETYLENE WELDING ME LOCAL AND PERSONAL J7JJ J'J' General Repair Bring ll In We Will C L. Pemberton There is one place in your home town where you can save whatever you can spare from your earnings. The Fairmount Stale Hank accepts any amount on deposit. 4 per cent paid on time deposits. FAIRMOUNT STATE BANK CAPITAL," SULI'LUS AND PROFITS, $50,000. Miss Ella TemMnson living near Mrs. Iaa ll-vfc wont to Indiananpo- Summitviile was in Fairmount Friday lis Sunda;. for visit with relatives, morning-. j , ! Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Eddy have Fcstm.isler W. F. VanArsdall and : returned f rem near Arlington, where E. F. Linville wett in Sheridan the they enjoys a week's vacation visit-latter part of th week where they ! ing Mrs. Eddy's parents. While Old Reliable Hard-ware and Stoves. Everything in the Line w e Tony M. Payne, Assistant Cashier Earl Morris, Assistant Cshier. were the prists of Mr. Van Arsdall's ; away Rev. Eddy was in quarterly W. F. Morris. President R. A. Morris, Cashier. daughter, Mrs. Lee Brown. j meeting tt, Louisville, Ky. week attending the state fair. Rev. Frank Edwards motored to NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS 'week's visit with relatives in Ohio, Michigan ar.d parts of Indiana. The Gleaner Sunday school class taught by Stanley Carey held a fare- jwell party at the home of Mr. and Gr-?en field Pturday evening to see Rev. John Hatfield concerning the "Ah" she breathed. "Heaven must be a wonderful place." "I g-i-e-s-s s-o, b-u-t I'-m n-o-t t-h-e-r-e y-e-t." "I had a bird dog onc3," the old sportsman observed, "that was really nnteworthv. He never failed on a . ! Mrs. Eli Alien last Tuesday night for sister, Marcus Winslow, who expects to leave series of meetings which vere to have begun here last Monday. Definite arrangements have not yet been made. Arlia Pan) nnrt Mnlvln RnrL-l.,ll Tuesday with the former's Mrs. William A. Lewis. GRANT 1 Monday to enter Ep-"ham colleee. pocket, but no, the man was in his shirt sleeves. Then I had an idea. "'Pardon me, sir,' I said, 'but would you mind telling me your name V " No, I don't mind, he replied. 'It's Partridge.'" She was one of those large stoat. woriVfrft, and she was dancing with one of those small thin men. At last after struggling several times round" v. u : .1 hoi ii Mr. and Mr. Albert Little and Roasted wiennies, picklea -Hi nd sand-jnjotj'to Daleville Saturday, then point. One day I had him out for ex- AmL VmI MTrS 5uU In i vith Mrs. Esom Smith. . . ! Misses Alta Demaree, Grace Cnmmer, i wt to SJStnt' Wessie Lewis is still in a critical Add ie Barkdull, Ruth "Allen and ult SWnd wi!A TOndition at the Marion hwPita, Messrs Marcus Winslow, Paul Bark-last w-eet ena wiji Mrs, Urouse s ; i a ik i -t,A i r:. . lercise in ths park, when suddenly he went on to Middletown Sunday to attend their family reunion. The W. C T. U. meeting was held at tlvs home of Mrs. Delia Kirkpatrkk Thursday and elected the following officers for the year: Mrs. Mattie Barkdull, president; Mrs. Delia Kirk-Patrick, vice-president; Mrs. Ethel ; hu i.iu. 1 ' Muii) tanner ignite. ritu i nomiis. Wednesday at the i Charles Smithson. Gordon Howell. laiiicr. , jaxiSrnter spent Wick O. Leach attended the state fa,v ststanley Carey, Orville Aleen, VerR-a lair insi wees Weseler Woollen is seriously ill pointed, rigid as a stone. I was puzzled There was no possibility of game. The grass was close clipped. The dog had his nose straight on a man seated on a bench. I thought the man might have a live bird in his .Alien, Kooert rammer ana air. -vi Mrs. Eli Allen. , mers, secretary; Mrs. Dora Bliss, .-.surer. The reports of superin- verse?" ' "Yes," he replied. "Now you have a turn at holding me up!" Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henlev Mr. and Mrs. William AJLfiwis and i Mr. and Mrs. John S. Buller and children Tisited Wessie Lewis Sunday j Mrs. Esom Sfcnith left Wednesday afternoon at the hospital in Marion. morning for Indianapolis, where they Msc rtv FVftst of Marian tA attended the state fair. Mrs. Smith ciizaoetn neniey motorea to ui.j r intents were given. ' Mrs. Leonard Little and children I Friday returning Saturday even Hazel S.mith spent Thursday with ' will also spend a few days with her in Mrs. Elsie Little and daughter, Zola. 1 sister, Mrs. Litrie Lawson. P age 1 Ed Brown, Merl and Rodner Brown Tt F!x-rett ScMenter and tn .miss- '" wiri r,o r frtj tv-.j dahters Therma Dora and Ladoraj to attend Earlham college j- TtaStaT t winter. attended the state fair Thursday. Prayer meeting will be held on Thursday evening hereafter. It was held at the church last Thursday even- ing. DINNER STORIES r Mnivi xnent Saturdav nirht and i j the state fair. I John Edwards, who is sick with jtyphoid fever is somewhat improved. Aunt Mary Elliot is able to be out again after having been confined to BACK CREEK Sunday with Mrs. Wick Leach and daughter HazeL ' Sir. and Mrs. Burl Fowler of Dayton, Ohio spent a few days last week with Mrs. Alma Galladay and family. Mrs. Elsie linle and daughter, Zo R PmnV Rhoads r reached at Back Creek Sunday evening of last her bed for several weeks. Warren Smith, son of Ernest Smith, is staying, with his aunt at Elwood attending school there. Mr. and Mrs. William Monahan week. He was formerly from Michi gan, but at present he is regular pastor at Pleasant Grove. &hnv1 mmtcm! laid iLTandav morn Breathlessly the spiritualistically inclined lar bent over the ouija spelling out the communicatiens from her departed sp9se. "John are you happy there?" ae ss2cd. Tta, d-e-a-r." V.t yo hazier tkn you were and children of Huntington county RALPH C. COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 400 Marion National Dank Building MARION, INDIANA la, visited Saturday wiUi . Wessie Lewis and Mrs. BuchteL both in the hospital at Marion. Miss Irene Payne and Carmella Dickersoa spent Saturday afternoon shopping in Marion. Mr. and lira. George Jones ot Jef tarson county spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Wick Leach. ing with thirty-eight enrolled and i vre visiting with the Iattera sister, all the grades represented. Severs" , Mrs. Herman Rich and family, parenti were present to encourage tr J Mr. and Mrs. Grant Eaikdul! at-chfldren and teacher for tiir yer i s tended t Eatkdull-Erria reunian - il.ll S .1 hell at S iy. WnrV ; n3:- by Appoints; llr. and lUrs. Lin tP trl DiTa E. Wilson were in IkmSloIi lasl i:tii. &f nr iaxai trill, csent ed )m'u Ui7 evtiiiu. i.4 five

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