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Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, October 20, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Payne and Haue-hter Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Charles , Rogers of near Matthews. FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter Mr. and Mrs. Willard DickersoW were Marion callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eljre Leach of Gaston were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Leach. Mrs. Jennie Leach has been a eruest Funeral Services. j south of town Tuesdav afternoon to Electric Irons .$5.95 Electric Curlers...., $3.50 Chandliers from .... $4.00 to $50.00 Floor Lamp Pedstals $9.50 Vacuum Cleaners $40.00 runeral services vrere conducted ' make arrangements for serving lunch at the John W. Himelick sale on Oct. of Mr. and Mrs. James Blair for a 24. ldays. . . mesaay morning: at y o clock, at the home of Mr. Peter Pearson, one-half FOR SALE mile Pfl St. rf Prt wl ATt nn f v tVo loto Mrs. nplarpv of RirrW ATr! Craw Mrs. L'unng ai uaujrnter, who nave FOR SALE Large gas heater in good condition. A dandy. Elmer Flint. "5 Hei.Vy Starbuck, who passed away of near Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde been visitmp a number of relatives in early Sunday morning. Mr. Starbuck I Morman, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dick- this vicinity for several days will re-was seventy-for years old and the J erson, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dickerson ? turn to her home in f lttsourgh, Pa., father cf Mrs. Nellie Pearson with : were afternoon callers at tha home of , next Friday. . whom he had made his home the past j Elsre Richards and family Sunday. ' School will be dismissed so that the several months. Sjoecial sinking was j Mr. and Mrs. Will Currv and "chil- I teachers may attend a teachers con-rendered bv Mrs. Alma Pearson. Rpv 'n Mr- and Mrs Jnbn T.arh took ! vention' Thursday and rnday at In- FOR SALE Mailing lists. Names and addresses 1,000 Grant county farmers. Up-to-date. Address Box 38, Fairmount, Ind. I Mr. and Mrs. Meyer of the M. P. church had charge Sunday dinner with dianapolis. Dor Lee Crecraft spent Broyles Electric 119 West Fourth Company Marion, Indiana Sunday with Miss Gladys Lees. of the short funeral service. Burial j Vilas Leach. (was made at KtAghtstown, Ind. i Mrs. Ida Ford is ill at her home in I West Fowlertori Fairmcunt News, onlv Grant countv Arthur and Roy Tusing of Milford. j uon jeup - FOR SALE Cheap. Set of drawing i 3The pupils of the 6th, 7th and 8th, j instruments, in good condition. Call paper srivinff all the Fowlerton news. Ind., motored to Fowlerton Monday ck, " j u u r . t.wth rith Mr and Mrs J.irvis erades gave mnr leaner, omin tvetz, am iod, aner o:ou p. m. i l Aim rr m iHHini r-m vui - - - --- - "mj . l .M llAtiHotT in remem- home town I vere over night guests of John Leach and familv. Thev left early Tuesdav brai'oe of his birthday. M'uss Rilla Powers and Mary Dodd ' lost their cow Friday morning. j Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glass and children j ; morning for Milford, where Mr. ai.'J Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Collett Mrs- J ;s "LeVr..hcu!t- FOR SALi: "Quicker Yet" electric washing machine. Good conditior. Sell cheap. 709 N. Morton street. LOST TtnHax- mnrniro' a eirl namftl llt?nn r t X w "'V " IT" ' " . ; u Tuesdav visited reianves at us pwie iu.v. i ! r- i" r, o r tu f4-. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jarvis.are pre- .ui. 11111 l uracil aitcuuvi , r 4. - . the street fair and dinner with Mr. pairing to move from tm piace to i LOST Bunch of keys on oval shape and Mr? K. W T.parh at Gaston last 31ic!llgan. . i. a t. MonHonViall ' 1 ring. Thursdav. Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson' Cecil .Miner "y ; and son"Rov. were also dinner guests. in a short time from this place to r Ar n-,n- in-;n -t.m Fairmount. where Mr. Miller is em-' Dora Ruth. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Leach cf Sumniitville formerly of this place, a girl. Born to Mr. aiAi Mrs. Vectors of Summitville, a girl. Mrs. Veetcrs was formerly Miss Lizzie Royal and a resident of Fowlerton. Successful District Meeting The Ministers District Meeting which was conducted at the M. P. church last week was well attended and successful in all its services throughout the three days ses'sions. MISCELLANEOUS I TYPEWRITERS Clean ?d, repaired, ' sold. Ribbons, supplies. W rite, phone, call, Arnold's Typewriter Shop, Phone 1586. Next to LyTie Theatre downstairs. Marion. Ind. , - f.-.m.:v took Sundav" dinner with Mr. ployed with the Service Oil company. 'Atkinson's father, O. C. Atkinson at Mr. and Mrs. John Walters have Fairmount. (moved their household goods from Miss Lucile Richard returned to her Peru to this place where they . have hxme from the Marion hospital last brought property. we?k and is slowly fmproving. Mr. and Mrs Doxie MiLer and chil- Wilev Roval is moving his family i dren took Sunday dinner with Will this week to" Gas City. i Corn and family. n:.. ti Tr-Q F O. Mrs. Kev is spei;Jmg a few days FOR QUICK Auto service call W G. j Moon, 601 South Walnut street, j Phone 382-2 rings on Red. j With the exception of one or tvo sub- jft anj dauehte Glenn Docia, with relatives in Mavicn Ben Ice were in town jects the entire program was given m took Sundav dhaer with Charley : nr- ana .ir. Lach and familv. Afternoon callers . Monday. ijlKAlrHl' SALARY ; $35.00 per week and expenses to man or woman with rig to introduce Eureka Egg Producer. Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis, 111. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS full and only modinea witn special music. Miss Trotter of Elwood was present and sang a number of beautiful solos. The male quartet of the First Friends church of Marion also sang aiAl their efforts were highly appreciated. Sixteen ministers together with lay members were present. By vote the district meeting will be taken to Popular Grove church near Sway-zee next year. NEW MULBERRY CARD OF THANKS j i To our many frierAis and neighbors 1 I l! RACK CREEK. ti, ri-iV Crp-k W C T. U. met at i Mr. and Mrs. Urschel "Kimes were: , . ,. , lJ.e liacK. ire. k v. v. -' . , ,T . o. and appreciation for their kindness Thomas, in it' Marion Saturday. Wesleyan otes s nt Carrie COMBINATION SALE Duroc Pure Breds Live Stock and Farm Implements I will offer at public sale on the Himelick Stock Faim, two miles south of Fowlerton, six and one-half miles southeast of Fairmount, arid four miles west of Matthews, on Monday, October 24, 1921 Commencing at 10 a. m., the following, in addition to the bi offering of pure bred Duroc hogs, which will start at 1 p. m., rain or shine, under tent. CATTLE Sever spring calves, grade Shorthorn; one full-blood Shorthorn cow with calf by side; one full-blood Shorthon cow, fresh by day of sale. HOGS Fifty-one head of pure-bred Duroc hogs, consisting- mostly of fall yearlings; spring boars of February and March litters and thirty-eight head of spring gilts, the best from more than twenty litters. Every ai.'mal guaranteed to be a breeder, if given proper care. If you are interested write for catalogue. HORSES One Bay Mare, six years old, weight about 1750 lbs , sound good worker, an individual hard to beat; one team of gray mares, seven and eight years old, weight about 3200 lbs., sound, good workers, real brood mares, safe in foal and season paid, colts by side now; two sprin'g draft colts, extra good Percheron bred. CHICKENS About 3 dozen rice Orphington pullets, April hitch; four Orphington cockrels. About 2 dozen fine full-blooded White Leghorn cockrels of good laying strains. SHEEP Six nice February buck lambs; twelve head of breeding ewes, three and four year olds. FARM TOOLS One Cutaway double disc; one Oliver h! '.'. lift sulky breaking plow; one Dutch Uncle onfe-row cultivatoi ; one Y'ebo- wagon in good repair; one little Dutchman sulky breaking plow, almost new; one hay tedder in good repair. TERM'S Three, six and nine months at 8 per cent from dite, approved security. Refreshments on grounds JNO. W. HIMELICK AUCTIONEERS COLS. GILLISPIE BROS., COLUMBIA CITY, IND.; COL. FRANK RELFE, FAIRMOUNT, IND.; COL. CLAYTON DICKERSON, FAIRMOUNT, IND. CLERK EARL ALLEN. the t ' and sympathy shown us during Sabbath .school at 9:30 lunt Thursday. After the re- Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilson are ! illness and death of our mother. services win w vuipjuh .....v.-.. , , ir.ess was transacted, tne ro- proud parents cf a baby girl. mgnt u v.. v.-m..., r.ert ef the state . C. l.t . con.en- Misses Mvrtle Hamilton and Crvs-! CRESSIE E. FOWLER Satur-j ARTHUR W. ELLIS. WAYNE V. FOWLER. wa he'd at LU hart was t j WiUiamg wcre jn Gas City -c Mntti Rarkdull. Thev 3 . , j tion which Services Pcstponed ! ur uav. The Primitive Baptist churen serv- , . he the Annual Anniversary and Opal Mil Mi3?es Pauline Davis . 1 - . . T 1 - ices which are regularly conducted on the fourth Sunday and Saturday be- n The necessarv commit- ?T attended the surprise on .miss nazei ; NOTICE OK SA,.E OF REAL p. fore in each month, have been post- were appointed. The " members syniire r riday mpht. j TATE BY ADMINISTRATOR poned this moiih to the fifth Sunday to meet with Aunt Carrie Mr. ai.J Mrs. Glen Dull r.g have re-, The undersigrd. Administrator of on account 01 isu-auon i. Tvoma. as she is a member ot mr Fortville, Ind., and a number ot per- TjnioT at tnis place and is not able tc attend regular. soi.5 irora tms piaif i However serv ices v ill be conducted here at the usual hours. 2 o'clock on Saturday aiAl 10:30 a. m, on the fifth . Susday." Milton Nicholson is very sick with typhoid fever. Marcus Winslow from Earlham college spent the week end at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Wins-low. J,n Fid ward a is able to be up, af- urneu in'Hie anv-i wsiimg tne restate ot Louisa urawtord deceas- Washington. D. C. i ei hereby f ives notice, that by virtue Mirs Ruth Lewis who has been vis- j of an order of the Grant Circuit Court, "tine: her aunt, has returned home. j of Grant County, Indiana, entered in Mr. Samuel Laur.hingwell has Estate No. 3857, Probate Record cf moved on the Hamilton S Grant County, IiAiiana, it will, as such The Kii.'gsiey W. . T. U. will hold ; Administrator, at the Hour of 10 their next" meeting with Mrs. -Eliza-j o'clock A. M., on Saturday the 19th, beth Anderson Friday evening, Oct. j day of November, 1921, at the CITI-21. ! ZENS F.TATE BANK, Corner of Main Mis. Ednon Garrison was the guest ! and Washington street, Town of Fair-of Mrs. Doxev Miller Friday -mount, Grant County, Indiana; and Mrs. Earl Duling was a caller at ' from day to day thereafter until sold, the home of Mrs. Liberty Hamilton ' offer for sale, at private sale, all of Wednesday. the interest of said decedpnt in and W. C. T. U. and Cradle Roll Meeting. The Cradle Roll and mothers meet-' z u:u f7.-m l-st ' week will be conducted this week at j ter havii been confined to his bed for weeks. the home of Mrs. Eva Partridge, to gether with the W. C T. U. meeting, en Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Grai't Barkdull of Fairmount, county cTiTiArinTf-Yidrt rf SjaTristli OKsrvarce- Mrs. Olivet Sprong is on the sick list-Mr. and Mrs. Georee Hill have gone to Kentuckv for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Vircil Hiatt and children from Don't forget the. Carter Bros., hog . to the f0nowinsr real estate in Grant County, State of Indiana, to-wit: Lot sale, Oct. 25. Willie Mittank and family were in Upland Sunday. I . - ,- f j . ; v. will cive a brief leport of the W. C. v - a a . 1 rll No. Ten (10 in Philip's addition to; sUrt'vias Litv is sreiivimc; a ie ua un 1 . ( t the Town of Fairmount, Grant County, ' .Airs. .-Viva LJtuiaicr. address the Cradle Roll mothers, her her sister-in-law, l r Tno-V ITIof- : a 1 r. ana .'ir. -uair mv nnr. -- air. ana -lrs- -i subject being Sabbath Sabbath uuseottiitr., . ... . 0. . l Observance. btate of Indiana. j Said Sale will be made subject to j the approval of the said Court, for ! the cer 01 esiian, spe-.t oaiuiuiy mnv. enjoy il P " GRANT 11 ' Come one, come all, aiii meeting together. anl fcunaay wun irs. .uait Rev. Frnk Edwards. j not less thai.' the appraised value of ! 1 said real estate and for cash. ! Mrs. Watt Falhs and sci: from Mun- j r i-x T 1 A. A. ens 1: cie. spent a few days last week vvith tu,, frnm rrninr. Ohio. Thursday her parents, Mr. and MVs. John De .... - m 1 Social Evening. A part of the membership of the Fowlerton Baptist church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jarvis. CITIZENS STATE BANK, Administrator. CllA T. PARKER Attv. for Administrator. Oct. 20-27-Nov. 3. vir. Several people from here have been News Want Ads. Bring Quick Results. atter visiting several aavs witn ner si?tr. Mrs. Stella Schottlekarb. Miss Troro p?vr and Zola Little sAnt Wedi'jsday night of last week with Juanita Throckmorton. MV. v.d Mrs. James Pavn" snent show in Summ''11'1. Y'r1' W; 'i f Uo-tf3-rl C:t sper: sov 1 -'r v.-eok with her hours in social way and to say goovlHe at Marion 1??t we(k before they left for Milford IU Mr &vA yirs GraT. Barkdu!l took pose present were, Elder Ford rr.d ?UT,.i;, drw jrh Mr. and Mrs. Wil-fanyjy John Leach and f arm,y, John ; Mr and Mrs F. Newby and family, Mr. R. H. Dkk- n rlarnin to leave very soon for trs. Jennie .irs. jenrae SET erson, .Mrs. JUiia beacn, T - - c .1 Com and Crawford. Mrs. Margaret ft m ;.. Ralnh Edwards spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis. visitiiVr friends and relatives at Car- Great Drive for New 'Customers " 1 thaee. Factory Runs this Week. s a's Juanita Thomas is staying This week the Fowlerton canning j with rer cj?ter Miss Fern Thomas at factory is again in oneratxm. Pump- ' Wabasb mother. Mrs. Fn Pae. ! , W"k O. L-'-h d family attended the Gaston carnival Thursday even-in". Wessie Lewis was able to take a machine ride !as Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. Ri-o Rich and familv snerA Sunday with the latter's mother. Mrs. Albert Kimes and kins are being canned and several ralloT? cf chili sauce are being made. Labeling has also been a part of the week's work. Augusta Earkdcll from Daleville srent the week-end with his uncle, Mr. Grat Barkdull. Mr. Con Shueart attended church Bargains to beat the band. Price cutting galore. Sensational Prices. Hundreds of items not advertised. Come. Save. Big Money Saved Here This Week Mr. Hiatt was a briber to M-s. J William A. Lewis, at.'l M-s. Lon Hil- drn, of this neighborhood. ! Mr. ar'.l Mrs. H. E. Pane and dau- j fhter. Madaline. entertained at Sun- j day dinner, Mrs. Nar.'-y Smith and j dausrhtr Clistt- Afternoon callers ; were, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fry of ; ! ! at Back Creek Sunday morning. Personal Mention. Mrs. Delia Kirkpatrick called ok Mr. and Mrs. Fred PayTre, south of j friends at Marion Friday. Fairmount, were Sunday dinner! Gordon Howell is on the sick list, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Kirk- j Roe Bundy called on friends in the wood. I Back Creek neighborhood Sunday. Rev. Meyers and wife, Mrs. Lennie ; Thursdav evening prayer meetii'g Dickerson and Mrs. Minnie Leach met ' wlli be held at the home of Mr. and at the home of Mrs, Harry Wright, Mrs. Emery Aults. (Continued on Ftiee Two) 1 Socks,-3 Pair 25c Neck Ties. All Kinds 23c Suit Cases Sweater Coats 98c Dress Shirts All sizes and colors Earl Al!en, Cashier Maurice Warner, President 98c 89c Men's Work Gloves 3 Pair FOWLERTON BANK Blue Overalls All Wool $35 and $40 Suits $17.50 Army Shoes $3.89 Men's Work Pants $1.49 Blue Chambray Work Shirts Extra Heavy Work Pants $1.79 Shop Caps 9c Full liner men's shoest Cannot mention all the prices. Less than elsewhere. All Wool Shirts Assorted Colors $1 .98 Ribbed, Lined Underwear 25c 69c All Kinds of Insurance Save Your Money Qeneral Banking Business Responsibility Over $250,000 ! '! ft Full Pants r 49&t$4i50 Sheep Lined Coats $8.95 $12.50 Heavy Corduroy Pants $3.45 A Good Assortment of Slightly Used Coats . 79c 59c V-.-- IJ n Lj. to hide your money as bait I OU liaVe a Klgllt for burglars, but it is your privilege to deposit it safely with us. YOU HAVE A RTGHT to consult schemers about the use of your money, but we offer you the privilege of a safe and sane investment with us. Men's Work Shoes Double Tip $3.95 Men's. Elk Hide Leather Sole Shoes SI .95 89c LOOK FOR THE RED FRONT MEN'S EARGAIN STORE 5 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS FORMERLY NEWMAN'S STORE Phone 2019 FOWLERTON BANK, Fovlerton, Ind. 417 South Adams Marion, fndieass toot- , , ; i A V , I. 1 - ' X

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