The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on October 20, 1921 · Page 8
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October 20, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Milton Nicholson, living on the farm j The Fairmount band is playing for belonging to County Commissioner the Matthews street fair this week. John Heavelin, is quite ill with ty Sal phoid fever. Hog Big Mrs. Harold Hart of Anderson was the guest of Mrs. Charles Haugh e A Clhalmeirs Friends have received word here el wai. iiiiam oeaie, n' '""'j wi 1 an mount, remairfe critically ill at his home in Whittier, Cal. Immuned Big Type 'Poland Chinas Miss Lillie Hinds left this morning 1 to attend the state teachers association at Indianapolis. i Sows, Boars and Gilts Rev. Morton Whybrew and family' have moved to their farm tl Liberty Miss Jessie Wright werft; to Indian- '-township after a two years residence ! apolis Wednesday to attend the state , in Fairmount. j teacher's association. j OCT. 25th Tuesday Afternoon Union Suits will be appreciated almost as much this winter as a Chalmers touring car in summer. We have them for men and boys and the prices are right. Will Jones and wife and Rene Jones Mrs. Hallie Hamilton of Royal and wife went to Indianapolis to look ! Center is the guest of her parents, over a large stock farm near the speed- i Mr. and Mrs. John R. Little. Fairmount Academy Sales Pavilion way. Ker.e Jones nas whi onerea vne superintendency of the place. m. commencing at l p. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Stookey will leave today for Oxford, O., where grand-; they will make a short visit. Doxey TayiA? and wife and Grant County Big Type Poland Association Leonard Little, Secretary mother Mrs. Isabel Payne and Mrs. Darlev Payne left today by automo-j I for her Mrs. Mary Lamb left today Greentown after a visit with bile for Payne, O., where they will be daughter, Mrs. John R. Little. guests of Rev. Charles Payne. The Bee Hive Cash Store If You Appreciate An All Leather Shoe Try STAR BRAND I Great Oooortunitv Sale A series of revival meeting conduct- j Pr. Glenn Henley arAl wife and Mrs. i ed at Center Christian church, Rev. Will Langan and son Bobbie drove to William Sleeth of Somerset in charge, j Muneie Tuesday and spent the day. is meeting with much success and ; growing in interest each day. j Mrs. Sallie Heaston entertained at . -dinner MotMay the following ladies: - Albert Morris and family and S. B. ' Mrs. Burr Vinson of Summitville, Mrs. Hill and family enjoyed a motor trip ; Frank Roseboom of AlAcandria, Mrs. last Sunday with the baiAcs of the Harry Raridan of Tulsa, Okla., and Wild Cat "for their objective point j Mrs. O. R. Scott, Mrs. Jennie Jones where they ate dinner at the noon and Miss Grace Hobbs. hour. Claud Huston, wife ai.U son, who Don't forget the Festival Orchestra made an over-Sunday visit with Miss at the high slhool auditorium tonight, j Floy Huston who is attending school First of the series of concerts to be at DePauw university, have returned D EOPLE xsssa OF SPOTTED POLAND HOGS Tuesday, October 25th, 1921 SALE AT 1.00 P. M. . LUNCH ON GROUNDS. Farmers, do you realize that at the present rate of corn and hogs, you can make aroua.U io.OO profit on every 100 lbs. of pork produced ? Isn't it a GOOD BUSINESS I KOPOSITION TO MARKET 31c CORN THROUGH HOGS AND REALIZE 80c ON IT? Purebreds are sellinr; lower than thev have for vears. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY WHILE THEY ARE LOW. It is conceded by good authority that the Spotted Poland produces the greatest number of pounds of pork for the amount of feed con-svuned. They are noted for being prolific, good mothers and great hustlers. w W a Have An Individual Suit DonH Be a Duplicate OU KNOW Aujrust Hartman has moved his family to Marion for future residence. ! n.i. tt tho anil Fa-etrm t l"WTViiiv.. VlnaniicA fw(1ill irimn 'which took place on Saturday. Star lodges. j Mrs. R. P. Lindsey returned Sunday ; from a vacation trip spent at Clay- ton, Wis., and Chicago; III. Workmen have completed the cavatioiis and cement work for foundation for the .new building. ex- , Mrs. Harry Raridau' of Tulsa, Okla., ne ; who has been the guest of her aunt, frMrs. Sallie Heaston, accompanied her They are the Ideal Farmer's Hog 65 Large Growthy Spotted Polands 1 ? Mrs. Louis Henley has returned I from Gaston where she has b?en visit- ; ir.g friends for several days. i the Citixens Telephone Company, on sistor Mrs prank Roseboom, who West Washington street, opposite was here to attend Uie dinner party The News office, but weather condi- piven by Mrs Sallie Heaston Monday, tions have been' such as to preculde lo her home in AlexaiAlria. After a 'There a time hea Tailor made clothvs est more. That i not true now. We w ill fet veu. Your clothes iH rvfiovt cur individuality. American Cassimers for fall, SJS.CO arvd f$l.C. ""Our r-sp nsibility is your gusrar.Tt." I 1 u T :; J I 5 Will sell at farm, 4 1-2 miles northwest of Fairmount, Ind., and 4 miles south and one-half west of South Marion College. Free conveyance to and from sale from Fairmouii't I. U. T. Station. There are thousands of bushels of old corn in the cribs and bumper crop ready to be gathered. ' With a scarcity of Hogs and cheap corn, wouldn't! it be good business policy to be ready with a good crcjl of pigsl next year, w hen hogs are high? . .On account of the shortage they are bound to he high. DON'T MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY ON SALE DAY. Spring Hoar given FREE with each five females purchased by one man. VON GOODYKOONTZ, Jonesboro, Indiana 1 Fred Bryan aiJ.1 wife of Gaston wr I further progress wit: tne wors. , vi5it there, Mrs. Raridan will return the gtiests of the latter s parent?, Mr. j home. i ar.d Mrs. William McKinley, Sunday. Those from a distance attending 1 .the funeral of the late Mrs E O. . Rev H c,av BovU of Etna Grwn , Reuben Frit is giving his South ; Ellis last Sunday were: Arthur Hus- wiU haye of the preach5nff ser. ;Main street residence a new coat of j? Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. Goo. - s at the christian church I white ivir.t, addir.jr much to its ap-jWi'bum a-.d daughter EhzaKth In- morninjJ aM evenimr. Rcv. Bovts is ;arance. Jdianapolis; Arthur . Ellis, Phdadcl-i just mt of ana hjs ta,enls ftre - iWa' Pa- Irs Sarah A Molr; : such that a verv promising future is ; Miss Vema Briles will leave today 5 on; Mrs. Sarah Yeatts and Mr. and . f . . Siuvtive Rihble Bros. tOF COURSE) TAILORS Mrs. Ru.sell Yeatts, Lynn; Walter . candiaste for the pu!pU of lhe Kcal ! Ell:s, Anderson and Mrs. Cora Band, w she will visit Miss Norma , for Torre Hawtc where I Mrs, Harry Miller Ysoe i Jonosborx S Wenee, formerly of this place. Reduced Rates to Indianapoli G Byron Traster, tree expert, who has been engaged by White's Institute in Wabash couu'.y to look after the srrounds of that institution and put their trees and orchards in good con-diion. is heme suffering from ptomaine poison. Although much bettor, he is still unable to resume his work at the it?otitr.tion. I. O. U. M .& Daughters f Pocahontas Convention. School Teachers State Convention. v Dates of Sale Oct. 17th to 22nd. Keturn Limit Oct. 28. EXTREMELY LOW TAKE TO ST. LOl'IS, MISSOURI Via Clover Leaf R. R. Date of Sale Oct. 22nd. Return Limit, Oct. 21th. ASK AGENT FOR PARTICULARS Union Traction Co. of Indiana ."L iA -ikL I -, -- i--r. - i "j, t'm fi 0 DemnioesitiraiLloe 1 HSfep of s ICE CREAM is as Good in Winter Time as in Summer I j ftTHr- .1 L or Specials, Hot Choci i i t Come in and try a Sundae. Sodas late and Hot Fudge Sundaes. 3 5 Cemt BUSING & CO. PHONE 144 NEXT TO P. Cole's High Oven RANGE Friday and Saturday Oct. 2122 s usrar Ever "Wear EZ2 seven-inch - . HARD THICK I Fry Pan Aluminum 1 I SH Mr. Baker, direct from the factory, will be with us on these dates to show you why Cole's High Oven Range is the practical stove for your home. Saf eguards the health of the cook by always haying a Bakes, heats and cooks at the same With each SI purchase we will allcw an additional purchase of five pounds of sugar at 5 cents a pound. IF YOU ARE WANTING CABBAGE Don't wait. Place your order with us today. Finest quality: fresh and fine. But it won't last long $3.75 a Hundred. We have Celery shipped direct from Michigan. The finest ever. Phone your order while it lasts. OYSTERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS We have them; fresh from the oyster beds. PURE SORGUM 5 lb. Buckets, for 65c POTATOES Good ones, $1.50 bushel BALDWIN APPLES 5c a pound, or $150 a basket The Mayflower Bob Lindsey, Prop. Phone 11 r.M) for Only warm kitchen day and night. time and in addition will materially reduce fuel bills. tVttt" ""wn - i Regular Price $1.10 500 POUNDS OF COAL FREE! With each Cole's High Oven Range sold during this demonstration. A Souvenir for the. Ladies. -will This handy "Wear-Ever" fry-pan seven-inch size be sold at the special price for a limited time only. "Wear-Ever utensils are made from hard, thick, cold-rolled sheet aluminum metal which again and again has been passed through gigantic rolling mills and subjected to the pressure of huge stamping machines. This special offer is made so you can see for yourself that Aluminum utensils are NOT all the same. SEE the difference FEEL the difference KNOW the difference between ordinary aluminum and "Wear-Ever" Psunril Furniture and Undertaking Get Your Fry Pan TODAY! Fairmount, Indiana Cevwealytfta extra. Rvtvlu pric 35c I Fairmount Hardware Co.

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