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October 6, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

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rwy ir 'myyw,nii y - . mini THE FAlTtMOUNT NEWS rr; ?- 'w; BIG DRAMATIC EVENT ON WORLD'S TOUR Borr to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hackney Sunday, a baby girl. - I Mrs. Elizabeth Woollen is confined to her bed on aecount of a fall she received Sunday while walking about her house on crutches. Mrs. Woollen has been an invalid for more than two years as a result of a broken hip. Word has been received from Miss Cecil Tetrick that she has arrived safely at her destination near New Orleans, La., and that her party motored the entire trip without mishap. Miss Terick is well and enjoyed the, trip immensely. WINTER UNDERWEAR Get our new prices on ladies, misses, men's, boys' and children's Underwear before you buy. The Bee Hive Cash Store Get our prices on all leather Shoes STAR BRAND A PUBLIC I will offer at Public Auction at my residence, four and one-half miles west of Fairmount, eight miles south of Marion on Stiawtown Pike, three-fourth mile east three-fourth mile south 6f Hackleman on Thursday, October 13th The following Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate There i a a lime when Tailor made clothes cost more. That is not true r.ow. . , We will fit you. Your clothes mill reflect your individuality. American Cassimers for fall, J28.00 and $30.00. "Our responsibility is your guarantee." Ribbie Bros. (OF COURSE) TAILORS Another Drop WATCH I 1 day yers ; fiom by and at '. will j ' go I with Coming to Indianapolis at Shubert-Murat Theatre October 17-18-19 Guy Bates Post and his excellent company irJcluding Effie Shannon are this season appearing in "The Mas-querader" one of thai few really worth while plays of the decade. The unusual company the one that will make a world's tour by the way with its wealth of scenery, electrical effects and novel revolving stages. This well known' representative actor has never had a better vehicle than this. His manager, Mr. Richard Walton Tuliy, has gone to absolute extremes in providing, a production both ponderous and unique. Two crews of mechanics are carried by theJ company to insure proper stage effects. The management of The Shu- bert-Murat, the state's largest theatre, is giving special attention to out of J town patrons in order that automobile j and excursion parties may have seats j reserved with as much care as though the purchaser were at the ticket office i window. j Mr- Post has Pyed "The Masquer- ader" in Australia and Europe where j he scored tne greatest nit ever maae aii? American actor. lhe story 1S ot two men' Jonn cm- ! and of John The firs?t 13 a man born to wealth, society and political leadership. Unfortunately drus have secured a hold on him, and whn the craving comes he is restive unUer the need for caring for his many important interests. While Chilcote is in one of these resentful moods he encounters John Loder. Loder is, in every respect his double, excent that he has a notice- abl ear " of his fingers. Loder " a mait' well read, well traveled and ambitious to take a place among the leaders of his race. Chilcote, in the frenzy of morphia, seeks out Loder and proposes that they exchange places. Loder refuses. Chilcote collapses and his man Brock pleads with Loder to represent him as the speaker on an important issue in . 4V.ot . ..1 T iiinl Kv- 4l-i j opportunity Loder consents and car-, ried awa tlie cause Ior wmcn ne pteads scores a National sensation. Indianapolis is the only city in this state that will be visited by Mr. Post on this world's tour. Charles Gossett has moved his family to, Elwood, where he is employed as electrician at the Elwood tiu' plate plant. Mrs. Ada Scott rctunJed Thursday; to her home in Grand Rapids, Mich.,' after a visit with her father, O. R. ! Scott, here. ! Mrs. Ida H. Rodgers of Los Angeles, 1 Cal., arrived this week and is the rruest of her daughter, Mrs. T. B. ; Krouskup. Mrs. Will Jones will entertain at a miscellaneous shower this evening in honor of Mrs. Emory Adams, a recent bride. IN MEMORAM Oct. 7, 1921 ; In loving remembrance of our dear wife, mother and sister, who left us one year ago today, Gone but not forgotten. C. R. Behymer, , Melvir'a Hamilton, Frank and Lawrence Williams BANQUET ICE CREAM "The Cream of Quality" is the children's delight. It is one of the very-best foods they can eat. They should have a dish every day of this delicious and nourishing, food. Buy it of your dealer or call Marion, Phone 77. Advertisement. NOTICE Having bought the Bowman Pickard blacksmith shop on West Washington street, I will hereafter be found in the new location insteadof my old shop on South Walnut street, where I will be glad to see all my old customers, as well as new ones. FRANK RAY". Mrs. Charles Naber returrfed from Indianapolis, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moon spent Sunday at Royal Center. ' Mrs. L. H. Carter from a recent illness. is recovering V. C. Lamb and wife of Henley avenue are moving to Marion for future residence. Mrs. J. V. Roberts of Marion, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Langan, Wednesday. Russell Stevens left Sunday for Indianapolis, where h will attend Indiana Dental college. Miss Hazel Painter of Rock Island, 111., spent Sunday atAl Monday as the guiest of Mrs. Lizzie Woolen. j Mr. and Mrs. James Donnelly and , son Wilbur, of Muncie, spent Sunday : with C. C Hackney and family. Miss Clista Smitn has returned from Mackinaw, Mich., where she has j been spending the past nine weeks. . , William Salvers left Sunday for ' Indianapolis, where he will take up his studies in IiAliana Dental college, ' Miss Ethel Shickler and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan of Elwood, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dare Tuesdav. , , ) Will Lang-an, who has been spending the past week or two with his family here, left Tuesday for LogaiJ- sport. Mr. and Mrs. Vedder of Chicago, are the guests of J. W. Dale arAi fam- ilv. t.hev motoring through fmm Chi- cag. Mr. and Mrs. John' Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Wycoff, of Falmouth, Ind., called on old friends in Fair-mount Monday. - .... Lawrence tfuller is moving into the residence properev on South Walnut street which he recei.Uy purchased of Daniel Tosh. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hutchins and sons Joseph and Philip, were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Hutchins' mother, Mrs. Ella Patterson. Ed Quinnup, wife and baby arrived Tuesday from Lawton, Mich., for a j visit with Mrs. Quinnup's mother, Mrs. Edith Bevington and family. George Ramsey, wife and baby of Lawtoi.', Mich., arrived Tuesday far a visit with Mr. Ramsey's mother, ! Mrs. Alice Ramsev and family. ! Rev. Fred DeWeerd returned Monday from Erie, Pa., where he had just closed a very succesful meeting. Rev. DeWeerd will leave Friday for Moores, N. Y. where he will be engaged in a meeting that will last over three Sundays. This will be a union meeting of Methodist and Wesleyan congregations. J. B. Ware made a call at The News office recently to renew his subscrip- tion. Mr. Ware has resided in this neighborhood for the past fifty years, coming here from North Carolina. He has been a subscriber to The News ever since its first issue and finds that he cannot get aloi4. without "the big- trest little paper in the state." SURPRISE GIVEN .FOR MISS INDUS PIERCE. Miss Indus Pierce was given a very pleasant birthday surprise at the home of Miss Addie Leach on South Main street, Monday evening. Many useful aril beautiful presents were received. Victrola music and birthday conversation was enjoyed after which the jolly crowd toasted marsh-mallows in the grate. Those enjoying the evening, were, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hay-den, Ada Dicks, Nora Allen, Doris Kip-linger, Arie Cole and Miss Addie Leach. j ! ; ! j i j ! ! j j j j ; No Stooping No Backaches Oven on level with your Shoulders what a big improvement over the old clumsy cast range that eais up the fuel. COLE'S Pat. High Oven Ranga complies with our standard. The best at the lowest price. The fuel saved coon pays for this handsome 4 vl It m e. See our assortment. Parrill & Lewis WM 783 k ,n . -r. .tag?,, -f. . -r . 1 1 -1 i rj SALE! property to-wit: COMPLETE Lunch served Center Sunday Wood TONY PAYNE, Clerk em Areola 1 aud fired aa atovc It 141 4 3 HORSES One black gelding, coming 6-years old, weight about 14uO lbs.; one black gelding, coming 6-years old, weight about 15C0 lbs.; one bay mare coming 4-years old, weight about 1400 lbs. 10 CATTLE One Shorthorn cow-, 7-years old; one Shorthorn cow, 5-years old; one Jersey cow, 4-years old; one led Shorthora cow, 6-years old; one roan Shorthorn cow, 5-years oM; five hejfers fc-im one to threei years old. 53 HOGS One registered Spotted Poland sow, with sight pigs by side; one registered Spotted Poland sow, will farrow by day of sail1; One registei-ed Spotted Poland boar, 1 1-2 years old; six gilts ar! three boars, Spotteed Poland, eligible to register. I have several Big Type Poland gilts I will offer and about 35 feeders, averaging from 125 to 160 lbs. 200 CHICKENS About 100 1-year old White Leghorn hens and 100 White Leghorn pullets. MISCELLANEOUS One Studebaker wag; n; one buggy; one set brass mounted work harness; one set buggy harness; one John Deer stag breaking plow; one McCormick binder; one New Briltian culti-packer; one Newtown Giant brooder stove, 500 chick size; one Hooskr steel incubator, 160 egg; two Belle City incubators, 140 egg; four "Lawn Park" brood coops; one laundry stove; one barrel churn; one DcLaval separator, No. 12; one blacksmith's forge; one Climax feed grinder. ' r f a 1 J ti 4 PEOPLE STQf VSSX333SSS1 Miss Elsie Lees and Lloyd Leach of Fowlerton were entertained at Sun-j dinner at the home of C. L. Sal-I and family. Winchester where she was called the illness of a sister. Mrs. Briles sister is still seriously ill. Charles Dean and family and Mr. Mrs. C. L. Salyers attended the funeral of Mrs. Roy Ritchie of Koko-mo, which was held Sunday afternoon Howard Chapel in Howard coutAv. Mrs. Edgar M. Baldwin left Wed- visit her brother, Charles E. Rush and family, after which she will to Brown county for a short visit Marcus Dickey and family. n In Prices WATCH THE SPOTS Bob Lindsay, Prop. A Saving of 1 fof 1 ONE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR MODEL "C WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALT: FIVE ACRES OF CORN IN FIELD jl vr On Your Grocery Bill Terms made knoWn day of sale, school. Lester FRANK RELFE, Auctioneer THE SPOTS Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water A TRIAL ORDER. WILL HELP YOUR BANK ACCOUNT PHONE ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION FLOUR, Special 75c No. 3 Peaches, special, 12 cans for .... v ...... . ......... 2.75 No. 3 Apricot, special 12 cans for .......................... 2.75 No. 3 Pmearple, special, 12 cans for. . ............ ...... 3.75 Good Luck Olio. 2 pounds for .............................. 75c Lever's Kidney Beans, 2 cans for 25c Beach Nat Spagetti, 2 cans for ,25c Flood's Macaroni, 3 pounds for ... ...... 25c Chili Cen Carni. 2 cans for ................................ 2?c Sardines. 2 cans for ...................................... 15? Prunes. 2 pounds for . 2c Apricots 2 pounds for . ... 5e Potatoes, per bushel . .... 1.85 Celery, extra fancy, 3 buTKhes for 20c Sweet Potatoes 5 pounds for .. 25c CABBAGE FOR KRAUT FRESH OYSTERS NO ORDERS DELIVERED AFTER 6 P. M. The Mayflower Cellar not necessary put in any small house without disturbing present heating arrangements, until ready to use with the Kadiator-l5oiler '"..t1 room. The lent ever 1 about tU I DEA.L rDSAL-Areola Radiator Boiler for email home without cellar. Hot -water heating aa aimpte and easy a run-nine a atove on fir Estimates J. i - i i I. v Cheerfully Given Without Obligation C HARRIS Phone 108.-, Summitville, Indiana Phone 1 1 r- If You can buy 2 lbs best cane granu- 1 O later! sugar for 3C You can buy 4 lbs. best cane granu- QJ? lated sugar for aCOC You can buy 8 lbs. best cane granu- Cft lated sugar for . OUC You can buy 12 lbs. best cane granu- "7 C lated sugar for -l- You can buy 16 lbs. best cane granu- ( lated sugar for V The Bee Hive Cash Store 1 .'-Oct. 8 th Satardlay, Oct -Stihi Satardlay, f: V -4

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