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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Mr. ard -Mrs. Chas. Graham and J Ms. Ida Winsett is spending a few days with her cousin O. G. Fankboner and family. II. Beidler of- Kokomo motored to Fairmount Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Costion. Miss Maude Kimbrough motored to Delphi, Sunday, accompanied by Miss Maude Briles and Mr. and Mrs. A. S-Roberts where they spent the day with Mrs. Roberts' daughter, Miss Josephine MacLucas, and her mother, Mrs. C. E. Arnold and family. WHEN PUPILS ARE EXCUSABLE (Continued from Page One) convinced that the employment of that child complies with the definition of the word "employment" as interpreted RUBBER Mr. and Sirs. Ovren Curless and Mrs. Emma Miller visited relatives in Sims StuAiay. Mr. Beidler is a brother of Mrs. Cos- ' tion and Mrs. Graham is a niece I FOOTWEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fritz and Mrs. Eliza Olfather visited relatives in I by the State Board of AtterAIance. i i Bluff ton Sunday; NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given to all vot- j In preparing kid for gloves one ers of the Towr of Fairmount, In-; ; London firm uses several thousand i diana, that there will be an election i held in the Town of Fairmount, Grant eggs a week. county, Indiana, on the first Tues-: 1 Miss Maude Kimbrough accompani PUBLIC SALE! I will offer at Public Auction at my residence, four and one-half miles west of Fairmount, eight miles south of Marion on Strawtown Pike, three-fourth mile east three-fourth mile south of Hackleman on Thursday, October 13th ' day after the first Monday hi Novem ed by Mrs. Sarah Briles and daughter i ber, (the same being the 8th day of Everything, anything you want for Ladies, Misses, Men, Boys and Children. Every- (Miss Maude, motored to Anderson last Thursday. i November) 1921, for the purpose of ! electing the following officers for said 'Town: ! Three candidates will receive the j (degree at O. E. S. chapter Tuesday Basket thing first quality. The following property- to-wit: night. A pot-luck supper will follow the work. Ball Shoes a Specialty. 1 One Clerk and Treasurer. One Trustee for the Second Ward. One Trustee for the Third Ward. One Trustee for the Fourth Ward. One Trustee for the Fifth Ward. The polls wil be operJ at the usual voting places continuously from 6 o'clock, a. m., until 6 o'clock, p. m. JOHN R. LITTLE, Clerk of the Town of Fairmount, Ind. Mrs. Lida Payne Dern, who has been ! spending a few weeks at the Soldiers Home at Lafayette, returned to her home here "Sunday. i 4 Anna Bosley is staying with her cousin Lois Fankboner while their The Bee Hive Cash Store home is under quarantine, her brother : FAREWELL PARTY i IFOR MR. AND MRS. WHYBREW. i James, being a dyptheria carrier. On last Wednesday evening the Sun- We make a" Specialty of All Leather Shoes STR BRAND Frank Zike and sister, Miss AthaJ day school class of the Friers church ; line Zike, went to IrAiianapolis Fri-jwh,,ch ,s au h? Allerf D"s gav 11 4 Mr. and in honor of S Mrs. H. M. Whybrew, who will move 3 HORSES One black gelding, coming 6-years old, weight about 14u) 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-ycars old; one led Shorthora cow, 6-years old; one roan Shorthorn cow, 5-years oM; five heifers from one to three years old. 53 HOGS One registered Spotted Poland sow, with eight pigs by side; one registered Spotted Poland sow, will farraw by day of salc; One registered Spotted Poland boar, 1 1-2 years old; six gilts and 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 wagon; one buggy; one set brass mounted work harness; one set buggy harness; one John Deer stag breaking plow; one McCormick binder; one New Brittian culti-packer; one Newtown Giant brooder stove, 500 chick size; one Hoosier steel incubator, 160 egg; two Belle City incubators, 140 egg; four "Lawn Park" brood coops; one laundry stove; one barrel churn; one De Laval separator, No. 12; one blacksmith's forge; one Climax feed grinder. ONE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR MODEL "C" COMPLETE, WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE FIVE ACRES OF CORN IN FIELD j of Miss Georgia McClintock. in the near future to their farm west Fred Yedder left this; of Fairmount. Refreshments were and Mrs. Mr. us m Perry Simois and wife of Washington. D. C, are the guests of friends and relatives in and near Fairmount. morning tneir car tor mcago, ai-, ..: ni. if l'-u 1 i it a visil wiiii .irs. euutr s iui.ih.-i, 1 served during the evening and a gen-i eral social time was enjoyed by the j following: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dicks, iMr. and Mrs. Delbert Wood, Mr. and J. W. Dale and other relatives. Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate t, -.r xit m...!.. i ! Mr?. Clint Winslow, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Roy Heck was in Indianapolis last week, the guest of Dr. George McCaskev and wife. nev. ana -irs. . vi. .noon .iiyiuicu; , , - Charles Harshbarger, Mr. and Mrs. Will Swim,. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence to Warren, Huntington county, Sun-dav evening and attended services at 1 Glenn Scott of Indianapolis, spent the Methodist Wesleyan church. j BeniJett, Mr. and Mrs. John Dare, Mr. jand Mrs. Lew Mittank, Mrs. Lon Clirj, Mrs. Elmer Buller, Mrs. Ellis Liift ! Tuesday and Wednesday with his mo- j jther, Mrs. Maria Scott. 1 Miss Hazel Pahter, of Rock Island, I t,i rr j i i land dauernter, .Mrs. Overman, Mrs. Mort Whybrew I no is visiiiiiif menus ncie lias . , , - , ' i i: j -:u ,! Cecils, Mr. and Mrs John Wigger and lamiiv arnvea r ietn gLtiiuiuir a n- u s mi hvi and sons. sister, Mrs. Floyd Ribelin in Upland, t Lunch served by Center Sunday Saturday from Union City for a visit with Mrs. Wigger's sister, Mrs. Will Langan and family. Terms made known day of sale, school. CommissiotAer John Heavelin and j DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE TO MEET TUESDAY NIGHT. Thtre was a time when Tailor naJe cloihes ccst more. That is not true new. We III fit vou. Your clothes !1 reSect your individuality. American Cassimers for fall, and S3C.C0. "tiur responsibility is your guarantee." I wife has moved from their farm in- the I A meeting cf the members of ! n-m t l T r., f r ar!rtnifts in tVio Al K1spv home Lester Wood ;,, r- - " T, . , t.- f ,,a town Democratic committee, with the ' kleman, was in Fairmount, Fndav to on East ash.ngton street for the , i , , . , :.. members of the ward committees and TONY PAYNE, Clerk FRANK RELFE, Auctioneer ; attend tne liiii.-g orners raeeung."" at the Congregational church. j Mr nr-.i Mr Oliver Haklpv. Mr. the candidates on the towi Democratic ticket will be held Tuesday evening in and Mrs. Clarence Tarey and Jacob " :c --"- l - - . Wr-? liar.K lor ine purpose oi censiaern!; Davis were Sunday afternoon at the Jos. B. Ware home. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey have returned from their honeymoon trip and are at the home of Mr. Lindsey's ; parer.ts. Mr. a:Al Mrs. Will Lindsey where they will remain for the winter. j matters pertaining to the campaign; land the election next month. The j ! meeting will be called promptly at j Ribble Bros. SECOND ANNUAL SALE The Aaron Wood W. C. T. U ; 7:30 o clock and all committeemen mif w-itVi "Tr Wavnp Hpnvilin -rv ,t o vit- t,o!and cai.'Jidates are urged to be pres (OF COURSE) TAILORS ent at that hour. Edward Gunnup and George will return to Lawton, Mich., after a visit here. Mrs. Guinnup subject for discussion being "Scientific Temperance in the Schools." Mrs DUROCS Oil Friday night a wiener ronst will be given at the home of Albert Morris on S.outh Mill street, to which ev-ervbodv is invited. and Mrs. Ramsey will remain for some DeWeerd will be the principal speaker time visiting relatives ai.Vi friends. in the program. PLE Mrs. O. E. Curless gave a Th Silrt Rino- of thr Oak Ridsre set- . surprise Emma ;tiAme.A- va mooting -r, tV: nav-i w1- foT her mother, Mrs. Grant County Duroc Breeders' EVERYONE LIKES ICE CREAM. especially good ice cream, and Ban-ouet Ice Cream is the best. Mother Miller, Saturday evening at her home o:.' South Main street. The occasion i " s " j Ridre church on Thursday night of last week. The meeting was purely a business affair and settlements for : the season were made. Caskey were in the birthday anniversarv wa? i a- j t- . r i . l Xx. and Mrs. Lew Harion S-a:iirvL.y. Miller nd the guests were members of lo orut r Da,!,!uri lur ut t I1 u' ' Vfa r;inn.ir cn,;.fr Mrs oaise she kno-s the whole family is ! sure to like it. , - ,r 'Miller received several beautiful pre-, and Mrs. James Carter, Mr. and : . r...- . tv : v u ' Mr. Mrs. C. A. Crsig v.as ;n Fairmount SaurtJ.v on bus::A:ss. Mrs. Order a brick of Banquet today and give the family a surprise. Served at all the better Drug Stores unaries r-ngais and Tamiiy" oi , ,. , . the MONDAY EVENING At NIGHT October 17, 1921 refreshments and a most eijoyale one. evening Alexandria spent inursday evening was i"and confectior'erires in Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moon of Hack-ieman. srer.t Fncay with Mrs. Moon's .ester. Miss Nelia MeCcmbs. with Mr. and Mrs. Carter's mother, Mrs. Mary Stewart and their sister, Mrs. Gardrfer Boslev. Mrs. Ulery of North Manchester j Advertisement, was the over Sunday guest of her I daughter. Mrs. Charles Naber. ShejFORMER RESIDENT was accompanied to Fairmount by J DIEf .IN 'MARION. Mr. and Mrs. I. T Day have received j jlr. and Mrs. Edward Quinnup and a cable stainr that their daughter , baby ai3d Mr. and Mrs. George Ram- j Willis Emery Swindell died Mondav Bra Miss Jean, the daughter of Mr. and Head of Spring Boars and Gilts had landed safe xlong Kong, China. sev anci baby, who are visiting here ! v,o morning at 2:45, at the home of his from Lawton, Mich., went to Muncie j vsjt i, Xorth Manchester with her ! 8011 Frank Swindell in Marion, follow grandmother. mg a week s mr.ess of complications of diseases due to old age. Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Ctto Eaton of Point . Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey re-Isbel were hi Fairmount Friday call- ' retaining in Muncie, while Mr. and T. Day and j Mrs. GuinrAip left for Gaston for a sxf Mr. and Mrs, I. ther friends. i short visit with friends. Complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. P. services will be held at the Christian T. Simons who are visiting here from ! chllTch m Fairmount Tuesday mom-WashuMon. D. C. Mr. and Mrs W. H. j ,T,e at 10:30- Burial be made in Parrill entertained at six o'clock din- j Park cemetery. Mr. Swindell was an jner Friday evening at their home on ow-ume rairmount resident, navng Offering consists of choice individuals from the best herds in Grant County. Sale to be held in Fairmount Academy Sales Pavilion Which is well heated and lighted. Auctioneers Col. H. L. Iglehart and Assistants CLERK Earl Morris Henley avenue. The guests included j removed to iviarion a lew years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Simorte, Mr. and iMrs. Palmer Ice and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lewis GETTING READY FOR BASKET BALL GAMES. Royal Theatre THIS WEEK Lirtemen for the Indiana Central Service company are running additional lines to the high school building, in order to take care of the increased load which will be connected with the completion of the four iew class rooms and the new gymnasium. Additional motors are also to be installed in connection with a general rewiring of the old portioTte of the building. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Covalt entertained the lady teachers of the Academy faculty at a delightful hxrl-cheon at her home, and later in the afternoon the girls of the Academy sophomore class surprised Mrs. Emery Adams, a recent bride, with a miscellaneous shower. Both events were pleasant occasions greatly enjoyed by all the participants. Tuesday Wallace Reid in "Alias Grant County Duroc Breeders' Association A. B. Brewer, PresT Rene Jones, Sec'y Mike Moran." Also Comedy. Thursday 'The Lost Romance" With Jack Holt, Lois Wilson and Conrad Nagel. Also Pathe Review. . Blue diamonds have been found in Indian and red-tinted ones in South Africa. Dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Alice Ramsey, Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. GuiiArap and son James Edward, Mr. aiM Mrs. G. H. Ramsey and son Richard Lewis, of Lawtvft Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Horton and Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water Cellar not neces As many as twelve foreign langu-res are taught in some of the schools in Tokio. Friday Margaret Clark in "Mrs. rson Harvey of Montpelier and Mrs. j Edith Bevington and family. Other callers durirjg the -day were Mr. and saryput in any small house without disturbing present beating arrangements, un ALSO COMEDY Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Pev. F. R. Eddy, wife and children, motored to Plymouth-Saturday where Rev. Eddy was iri quarterly meeting over Sunday. Mrs. S. E. Baker and son Edward. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Davidson of Marion, Mrs. M. Brown, Mrs. W. A. Taylor and Miss Mary Bryan. til ready to with the Saturday Wm. S. Hart in "The Whistle." Also Comedy. IDEAL - Areola S-sSS T J . n M nd fired s Btove. It If PrintAV.KAilAV httti the room and mlrno a aiamond known as a has fifty-eight facets. A rose dia- beat by hot rooms, 7bo adjoinraa mond is faceted only on the top and has a fiat base. n Ii mm PaUtonio i sal heating plant ever yilgllSjajp ttlflJ NOTICE Having bought the Bowman Pickard blacksmith shop on West Washington street, I will hereafter be found in the new location instead of my old shop on South Walnut street, where I will be glad to see all my old customers, as well as new ones. Th Affairs of Anantol" "The Affairs o IDSAL-Arcola Radiator Boiler for small house without cellars. Hot-water heatms aa simple mad easy aa rtm-nins a stove one fin After dinner in Argentina many jT C JLOIIling OOOIl Charlie Chapl The im in of cof- housekeepers serve, instead Estimates Cheerfully Given Wilhout Obligation J. C. HARRIS Phone 1095 Summitville,' Indiana Idle ClassMHis latest picture. fee, a basin of soup, which strangers I aU i FRANK RAY. 'find some difficulty in swallowing.