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September 12, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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TltE fairr:ount nevs Mrs. Kimes and daughter Martelle were in Marion Saturday. 1L 1 Marvelle D. Wigger, of Union City, is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Will Langan. Some ust a Look Oinie of These Mrs. S,arah Briles is in Winchester where she was called by the illness of her sister. A n r ri n Thomas Sheedy, wife and daughter spent Wednesday and Thursday at the state fair. Will convince you that our prices are are right on Aprons, Jumpers and Dresses. Aprons - -$1.00, 75c Jumpers ----- $1.25 Dresses ----- $1.50 Misses Jesse Wrie-ht. Glenn .Moon, uune umas ar.a Mary campie were Marion visiters Saturday. ELECTRIC POWER AMD PLAWT Useirs Live Near Yom Miss Thelma Wajrner and Paul Shaughnessy, of Portland, were the ! over Sunday guests of Mrs. J. P. Just a trial and you will be convinced that all leather shoes are just the thing. Miss Addie Leach has reurned from ullivan where she has been making a three-week's visit. mmmM Aaron Mendenhall and wife, Mel i " 1 j vin Whitmore and family and Miss ! The Bee Hive Cash Store STAR BRAND temmmmm Lydia Koblet, of Noblesvill?, visited John Conrad and family S,unday. Harry White was the truest of 1 Roscoe Kircher Friday while enroute from the state fair, where he attended a florists meeting, to his home in North Manchester. All of the users listed below live within a short distance from Marion. Phone any of them and let them tell you of the wonderful service they have received from their plant that has no ruinous William McCormiek and familv i spent Sunday in Marion. Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate Mr. ar.d Mrs. O. E. Curless were state fair visitors last week. Rev. J. J. Coleman, the new pastor of the Wesleyan church will move his family from Marion to the church parsonage on North Sycamore street during the coming week. J. W. Dal? and son Russell spent last Thursday at the state fair. 1 Q j Mrs. Anne Horine is very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alta Long-. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cunningham, of Summitville, wer? the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Brook-shire. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Ruley, cf Jonesboro. "YT-vre v? a time mhen Tailor -nside clothes cost more. That ;s not trwe now. We v ill fit you. Your rl-Mhes wi1l reflect jour individuality. Vn eric an O.ssiraers for fall. fi$r rrd SSo.fo. Ot:r rercrtsihility is your K. A. Morris and family attended a familv runion at Pendleton Sunday. Miss Edna Sharpe, of Lafontaine, Miss Genovieve Brown, of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kibbey, of Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Will Parrill Mr. and Mrs. David Jonos attended the state fair the latter part of the week. See Demonstration at Converse Fair This Week were dinner guests of Miss Maude ! Briles Sundav. Mrs. Levi Arnold, of Marion, is the cu?st of her dauchter, Mrs. C. C. H:ckr.cv. Light Plants In Marion Users of the Alamo Farm The Vicinity of Ribble Bros. (OF COURSE TAILORS Raymond Elliott leaves today for ; Frar.klin where he will enter Frank- Th?re will be a meeting of the W.j C. T. U., on Friday afternoon of this : week at the home of Mrs. Ed Hollings- j worth on South Main street, at which i tim? election of officers will take place . and reports from superintendents giv-! I tin colleee. I Mr. ar.d Mrs. O. E. Curle?s drove en. 5 to Howard county Sunday where they D EOPLE i wiere the guests of relatives. Mrs. Charles Haugh returned Saturday from a week's visit in Chicago, 1 i I 1 Mrs. Paul Anderson, of Chicago, is 1 here for a two weeks visit with her YOU MM with her sister Mrs. Dahlstrom. Mrs. ! Dahlstivm and Miss Essie Scott had j lv?en the sruests of Mrs. Haugh and jraoxner, .Mrs. j. t s-naugnnesv. I e r.y has relumed from r"r Z:er,si!Ie ar.d In- when they returned to Chicago, Mrs. Haur.h accompanied them, motoring throusrh. 3!:?s Lovr vsosv-n :a-ajvis. W. O. ModHn Milton Douglas P- D. Schrader Earl Johnson James Craig Frank Truss J. A. Bragg Walter Green Samuel Null Aaron Nelson C. W. Kelsey Banco Church Frank Jefferson Chas. W. Smith Blanchard Davis Harvey Brown Ed Davis Geo. G. Mower A. L. Garrison. Samuel Piety Clarence Ingleman John Stauffer Wm. Mower J. S. Laselle Eugene Hock Noah Isenhour S. E. Evans William H. Thomas Daniel Stuber O. R. Mackey Chas. W. Uphaus S. J. Evans Joseph Kester Garl Martin W. L. Plasterer Chas. Hillsamer Chas. H. Hunt Lewis Sharp Richland Chapel Church Frank Ellis Geo. W. Jenkins Anninas Smith Frank Graft Hiram Ihnen Robert Southwood Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hackney are the 1 proud parents of a six pound girl jborn Tuesday. The little one has jboen named Faith Arnold Hackney. V.iss r. t- MvCcimkk has suffer- A transfer of property took place i lecently by which Charles O. Bartel i a r.c-rrou? rrtak down ar.d it was: rv J. -?f .tfctr her out of school Vso have been the guests of relative r vf?.ry to tae f. -t som ? tir.. traded his South Buekey? strret pro- perty for a residence and several lots j owned bv Lvdia Fuller on South Bar- j m anv! around t a.rmount, nave re-i turned to their home in Hammond. clay street. The two families will exchange places some tims during this week. Miss Merle Smith was hostess at a smalt dinner party Friday evening complimentary to Miss Floy Huston who leaves today for Greencastle where she will enter DePauw The following students have left i 'Mrs. Emtr.a M:".!er was in Indiana's..- l:s last the guest of Mrs. l-ucinda Fc-vrs, formerly of this V-'-ac. Mrs. Lew C.?key is acting as sub-t-tut? for her husfeand on th rural vail r-ntt rx Mr. Caskey is in rixhtstcv viVt.c he wort to start the TV.V S. for college work: Miss Mary Rips-bee to enter Indiana university and Vern Ross and Floy Huston to enter DePauw. Broyles Electric Co. Eastern Indiana Distributor 119 West Fourth Street Marion, Indiana There will be a meeting of the Ladies Aid Society cf the M. E. church Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. S. Campbell on Henley avenue. Mrs. O. C Atkinson will be assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leer have retimed from an automobile tour of the East, an objective point being the University of Maryland near Washington, D. C, where their son. Prof. WajT-e E. Lter is on of the facultv. Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Teltoe will leave Wednesday for their new home Miss Dae Vrdtrwood has resigned ; rear Griffith's Chapel to which charge Ver pesition as secretary for the claim' Rev. Teltoe was appointed at the iWster of the the Union Traction ! last conference of the Methodist Pro-eompany at Andersen ar.d has enter-' testant church. CharV?s L. Roberts ed "Marion college, taking up the re- ' and wife will occupy the Teltoe pro-irolar four yf-ar ccllege course. perty on Sauth Walnut street. A t'SEFVL PAIN Fairmount People Should Heed Its Warning. Have you a sharp pain or a dull ache across the small of your back? Do you realize that it's often a timely sign of kidnsy weakness? Prompt treatment is a safeguard against more -erious kidney troubles. Use Dean's Kidney Pills. Profit by a Fairmount resident's experience. Mrs. J. L. Kirkwood, 702 S. Walnut St., saysi My kidneys were weak and disordered and t had a lame and aching back that kept me feeling miserable. I became run down and had headaches and my kidneys were irregular in action. I used Doan's Kidney Pills from Edward's Drug Store and they quickly relieved the ailment and strengthened my back and kidneys. Price 60c, at all dealers. Dont simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Kirkwood had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mtrs Buffalo. N. Y. Mrs. Mary Skinner and sons Walter and Willard were called to Mun cie to attend the funeral of 'Mrs. Skinner's prandson who was killed in a motor cycle accident on Thursday of last week. admirably equipped and arranged for manufacturing purposes; That said sale will also be made subject to any and all liens existing thereon pursuant to the order of said court; Said sale will be so made on the above named date and from day to day thereafter up to and including the 8th day of October, 1921. O. R. SCOTT, Receiver Telbax Corporation. .Sept. 12-19-26. being four stories high in the front and throa stories high in the rear, said building having two targa ground floor rooms suitable for stores or business rooms, a basement under the major part of said building, a steam heating plant, fully equipped for lighting and heating and in a high state of repair, situated in a most favorable part of said town; That said building has been used by a manufacturing company and is THIS WEEK ROYAL THEATRE NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY THE RECEIVER OF THE TELBAX CORPORATION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order made and entered by the honorable Robert F. Murray, Judge of the Grant Superior Court of Grant County, State of Indiana, at the Court House in the City of Marion, In Vacation, the undersigned the duly appointed, qualified and acting receiver of the Telbax Corporation of Fair-mount, Indiana, wilt offer for sale at PRIVATE sale for cash to the highest and best bidder the following described Real Estate situate in the town of Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, to-wit: Forty Four (44) feet off of the North side of Lot Number Six (6) in Block Number Four (4) in Stanfield's Addition to the town of Fairmount, Indiana. That said sale will be so made at the office of the undersigned receiver in the town of Fairmount, Indiana, after Thirty (30) days notice by publication in a newspaper or newspapers of general circulation printed and published in Grant County, Indiana, and by posting five notices which will be on the 29th day of September, 1921, and which said sale will be bo madx subject to the aproval of the Judge of the Grant Superior Court; "i . , , That in addition to the said Real Estate so. to be sold them is cituate thereon a brick building, part of it TUESDAY Tom Mix in "After Your Own Heart. A picture of a college bred ranchman from the East who mounts his cowpunchers on bucking Autos, and uses an Airplane to help fight a band of outlaws."5 Also Comedy. THURSDAY Ettie Ferguson in "Sacred and Pro- fane Ltre. - The play that created a Broadway Sensation. A drama of life's ci&ster emotion; its daring, its pain, its ecstacy: its terrible power to drag down: its power to glorify. Also tathe Review. FRIDAY DorotW Ddfem in ,4L Apache. A strange and powerful,drama twisted tof lives in the Parstan underworld. Also comedy NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. OF ESTATE No. 3713. . Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Mary E. Dufton, Deceased, to appear in tha Grant Circuit Court, held at Marion, Indiana, on v the 3rd day of October, 1921; and show cause, if any, why the Final Settlement Accounts with F A O R Converse, Indiana Sspfc-13,14, 15, 1 Good RacineFree, Attractiono . ? Good Mucic Biff Time the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are noti-j fled to then and ther- make proof of j heirship and receive their distributive t 4 SATURD AY-Vallace Reld in "The Source? This is one of Wallace Reid's best outdoor pic shares. :-. : " . , r " Witness the Clerk of said Court, this 8th day of September, 1921;- SI A; CONNELLY v ' Clerk f Grant Circuit Court. Spt. 12-19-23. . tures. Also tAimeciy. ,

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