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October 31, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS !be held, which will close the celebra INDIANA TO PAY LITTLE RIDGE WABASH DISTRICT . WILL (MEET HERE AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. Id Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON tion. Make arrangements now- to come Indianapolis, November 4. Bring: ,-our post banners for the parade, have all your members wear their uniforms. Make your temporary headquarters and check your banners at the State House. In his appeal to the veterans Dr. MeCulloch, said: "All ex-service men who do not belong to The American Legion are equally urged to come to IiAiianapolis and participate in the parade. Every such man should come in uniform, if any way possible, but the fact that he does not have a uniform should not keep him away. Report at parade headquarters on the south side of the State House at 1:00 o'clock. Assign- 4 j. - I il J ,.-,11 i Union Traction The Interurbans Are "Johnnie On The Spot" When it comes to taking- care of Its Patrons Low excursion fares to Indianapolis account of Foch's Day, Nov. 4th. Farmers' Federation, Nov. 15th and 16th. I. O. O. F., Nov. irth and 17th No certificate necessary Ask Local agents for further information. "Travel the Convenient Way" Union Traction Company of Indiana ..m.L w puMwou u: uie iganization are expecting a large dele-be made at that time. I . ., ,. "This is a tribute that every ex-!twn from the Cerent soc.ct.es in service man owes Marshal Foch and the district and are laying their plans the dignity and honor of the State of ; to make this one of the bigge? t meet- Indiana calls for a 100 per-cent attendance." Indiana soldiers who wW medals for bravery in the war, particu.larly those who were awarded the Croix de (Too Late for Thursday) Rev. Hiram Harvey occupied the t pulpit at this place Sunday, Oct. 23. ! Prayer meetiig was held Thursday j evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Simmons. J. W. Caldwell, leader. Choir practice was held Friday evening at the home of iMr. and Mrs. Rene Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brewer and family attended a family dinner at the home of Mr. arAl Mrs. Wm. Kirkpat-rick Sabbath, Oct. 23. Miss Day of Rigdon spent a part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiight. Messrs. A. E. Ratliff, Denny Wins-low, of this place, Charles E. Carey of Oak Ridge, and Joseph M. Davis, visited the Anderson Friends meeting Sabbath, Oct. 23. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ware attended services at FowlertorJ Sabbath, Oct: 23. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Painter spent Tuesday night at the home of J. B. Whiteley. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Harrold who have been living on the J. B. Whiteley farm for almost two years have moved to the George Jones farm, west of Fairmount. Rev. and Mrs. Hiram Harvey ard AT t QnA !Ve Puccpll TTnrvpv nnrl children took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bennett and family of Fairmount. Wm. Wesley Woollen, who has beer in the Marion hospital for the past four weeks is much improved and is expected to- be able to be brought home the last of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Harrold attended a farewell dinner Sabbath, Oct. 23, for Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wood who will soon move to Bluffton. Mr. C. S. Wright, who has been eonYined to his home on account of injuries received from a fall, is slowly improving. Rev. J. B. Cook of Warsaw, and Mr. and Mrs. James Ayres of S.ummitville. were Sunday evening guests of Mr. Guerre of France, will be grouped J from their field of work will be pres-prcminantly in the parade and at the Lnt antj address the meeting. Miss ceremonial events. ! Rebecca Dailey will talk of her work Instead of the formal reception for j in Indiaj Miss pauu Place, of Japan the Marshal at the Union S.tatior he j anJ Miss Marie Adams, of China, will be greeted there by the commit- j Misg Shifreru Kobayoshu, of Tokyo, tee and escorted to the Claypool Hotel jjapaTlf who is attending Taylor Uri-by the Culver Black Horse Troop. A ; versity wiU We a vocal number on suite of rooms will be prepared f or j the Friday program. The program his use, where ha will greet the mem- f 0 . d m fce as follows. DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Hoars 8 to 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. n FRANK RELFE AUCTIONEER FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY Phone 1921, Route S, Marion, Indiax Call as at our expense E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Offic hr-r: ft :?.n m.; 1 to 5 STOCK HAULING To Indianapolis Rate cut to 40c a hundred. Call Phone 211. a Isaac Malone ZZSSSSTZSua. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT ADMINISTRATOR No. 3961. OF Notice is hereby given, That the undrsigned has been appointed Administrator of the estate of Ores Hiatt deceased, late of Fairmonit Township, Grant County, Indiana. Said Estate is supposed to be sii-vetlt. GEORGE A. HILDRETH, Administrator CHAS. T. PARKER Attorney. Oct. 24-31-Not. 7 Cleaning Tile, Electrical Work House Wireing and Repair Work Marvin Davis PHONE 352 535 Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted y State Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical ! Rev. F. R. Eddy has just returned from a tour of the territory embraced in the Indiana conference of the Wes-1 leyan Methodist church, attending six , conversions in as many districts of I the conference during his trip. He was accompanied by Rev. I. F. Mc- Leister, denominational Sunday school editor. YOU CANT BURY AN ADVER. TISEMENT IN THIS PAPER, THE NEWS IS READ THROUGH. For ,and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kimes attend-' ed the Von Goodykoontz sale Tues HflYflD TA CnrH iiunuii iu l uwu y GENERALISSIMO OF ALLIED ARMIES TO BE GUEST OF THE STATE OX FRIDAY Indianapolis Makes Great Preparations For Demonstration that Will Eclipse Anything of the Kind Ever Seen in Hoosierdom Program For Day Great ; 1 President Warren G. Harding:, members of his cabinet, governors of all the states, mayors of all cities in the United States with populations of 10,000 or more and of all cities in Indiana of 5.000 or more arrJ all dele-grates to the r.atioriil convention of the American Legion at Kansas City have been inviUd by Governor Warren T. McCray cf Ii' liana to attend the dedicatory services in connection with the Marshal Foch Day celebration in Indianapolis, Nov. 4. At the top of the invitation is an embossed State seal, and below it the following;: "The Governor cf Iidiana invites you to attend the formal dedication of the ground and the laying of the corner stone cf the National headquarters building of The American Legion, Indiana's War memorial, by Ferdinand Foch, the Marshal of France, on Friday the fourth of November nineteen hundred and twenty-one at Indianapolis." Similiar irr itations have been issued by Mayor Charles W. Jewett of Indianapolis. The dedication ceremony will take place in University Square, which will be a part of the plaza when the Memorial Building is erected. -Acceptances have been received frrm eight governors, and several more are expected to be present. Invitation's have been issued, als---. to every Indiana man and woman who saw active service in the American military cr naval forces during the world war to xartieirate in the Foch celebration. All former service men. regardless of affiliation with the America!,1 Legicn or nonmembership in any similiar organization, are urged to wear their uniforms and march in the parade, which will take place at 2 o'clock in the afternon. Claude E. Gregg, Commander of The American Legion Department of Indiana has sent out a special bulletin to all posts in the state urging fuU ' attendance at the celebration, and Dr. j Carleton B. MeCulloch, chairman of j the Foch Da Executive Committee, issued an appeal to the 125,000 India- j na veterans for a one-hunUred tercent i participation in the parade. Commander Gregg's order is as fol lows : "On November Foch, Commander of 4, Marshal ' the Allied ' Armies during the great war will be , the guest of Indiana at Indianapolis, This will be one of the largest demoiJ- ... , . , . strations ever known to the people of Indiana, and every ex-service man and woman should take part in the pro snouia xatte Dare in me nro- , , , i l a 1 gram of - the day. The interurban lines have grarted a reduced rate of one-way fare for round trip for this ! occasion. "Briefly the program is as follows: 9:00 a. m. Marshal Foch arrives at Union Station A salute of 19 PUI1S be fired as he enters the station, T The band will plav La Marseillaise , . , llT, o. 0 i j r . and then The Star Spangled Ban'ner. ,, , , ... , . The Marshal will then be escorted a 4. u t- r r, i from the station by the famous Black tr m t r i n,i g-y , Horse Troop of Culver. The Culver, . .. , ti j tt DePauw, Indiana and Purdue Univer- t , sity, Marion County Legion and other , ' ... - ., . bands will provide music. 10:30 a. m. there will be at! au.to race at the Motor Speedway, probably four or five cars participating. This event is free to everyone. 1:30 p. m., the parade will form at the south side of the State House, moving eastward on Washington street at 2:00 p. m. The parade will contain troops from Ft. Harrison, National Guard Troops, several military and Legion bands, arAl thousands of Legion, and ex-service men and women. Immediately after the parade the ground for the State War Memorial and for the permanent Na tional Headquarters of The Legion'; will be dedicated. 8:30 p. m.. in the Cadle Tabernacle compr .Tprr and Ohio streets, a public meeting will 'to in in A j . : . . ! 1 ; ! i i : i I 1 ' , ! i j j ' ANNUAL CONVENTION OF W M. S. CONVENES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY F. Three Missionaries Home From Fields of Foreign Work to be Present and Address the Delegates Program of Unusual Interest Arranged For the Two Days. The annual convention of the W. F. M. S. of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wabash District, North Indiana Conference, will be held in Fair-mourc Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 iand 5. The ladies of the local or- ings in the district. In addition' to an especially interesting pi-ogram, an unusual feature for this meeting is the fact that three missionaries home Friday 1:30 p. m. Hvmn 408. Holv Communion- -Rev. C. B. W. B. Free-Sweeitey. land, D. D. Rev. Hymn 636. Roll Call "Did You Take the Trouble to Double?" Solo Mrs. Leah McTurnan, Fair-mount. "Our Tools, and How to Use Them" Miss Rebecca Dailey, India. Solo Mrs. Thomas Davies, Swayzee. Appointment of Committees. Pauline (Intermission) "Our Opportunity" Miss Place, Japan. Children's Hour Local ents. Benediction. Friday G:00 p. Young People's Rally. m. Young Peo- pie's Banquet. Friday 7:30 p. m. Organ Voluntary. Hymn 544. Processional. " Prayer. Graduation Exercise. Solo Miss Shigeru Kobayoshu, Tokyo Japan. Address Miss Marie Adams, China. Offering. Ben'edktion. Saturday :d0 a. m Devotion "The World's Need", Mrs. F. E. Day. Solo Mrs. Walter Tukey, Marion Business Session Reports frcm Group Meetings: Marion Mrs. Swadener. Huntingdon -Mrs. Frank Diehl. Noith Manchester Mrs. I R. God- win. Reports frcm THstrict Onicers. Reports from Committees. "Where Da We Go Next Year?" Hymn 388. Election' of Officers. Echoes from Terre Haute. Solo Mrs. Alice Hollingsworth, Fair-mount. "1921-1922" Mrs. F. C. Binford. Noon tide Prayer. Saturday 1 :00 p. m. Intercession Miss Place. An Hour with Our Missionaties Miss Adams, Miss Dailey, Miss Place. '"'onsration Service. Benediction. V lsitors will be welcome at all sessions. Exports of locomotives from the United States in 1920 totaled 1,711, valued at $53,629,847. Bacteria arising in stored coal causes deterioration, under certairi conditions rf exposure There were eight declarations of war iiJ August, 1914, involving Austria, Serbia, Germany, Russia, France, Britain and Japan. By Charles Sughroe ' I j ! Superintend- j i Greatest j day afternoon. Mr. Arthur Winslow atterAled a foot ball game between Earlham and Butler last Saturday. Frank, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kimes, who has been confined to his home for the last two weeks on account of leakage of the heart has returned to school. THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT. Can you remember that Christmas you first received The Youth's Com- -o i . Ipanion among your cnrisimas presents? You car perhaps recall the titles of some of the serial stories in those early numbers, ana you can well remember how every one in the fam Bathtubs, Kitchen Sinks, bcrs of the reception committee, which former Governor Samuel of M. Ralston is chairman. ! Red Cross members will be mobilized durir.e the parade on the north cidp of the Indiana Soldiers' and Sail or?' Monument. A part of the women j will wear white and the remainder j red dresses. They will be arranged the form of a living red cross. TALK WITH A FAIRMOUNT MAN Mr. Cecil Drake of 323 E. 2nd. Street, Tell?? of an Interesting Experience There is nothing like a talk with one of our own citizens for giving hope and encouragement to the ar'x-ious sufferer from the dread kidney disease. We, therefore, give here an interview with a Fairmount man: "My kidneys troubled me a lot," says Mr. Drake. "My back was lame and when I overworked I had a severe ache across the small of my back. My kidneys throbbed and pained Whei I stooped I had dizzy spells and my sight blurred. My kidneys acted too freely. I read of Doan's Kidney Pills and used them as directed. They went to the bottom of the trouble curing me sound and well, ine acnes and pains left anU my back was well and strong Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't for aj5,idne remedypt Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr Drake had Foster-Milburn Co., , Buffalo. N. Y. Advertisement. ' ' SUNDAY SCHOOL HAS HALLOWE'EN FROLIC. Rev. and Mrs. V . F. Meyers enter- tained the members of the Congrega-I tional Sundav school at a Hallowe'en frolic Thursdav ever.ng at their home O 4-U -1..a ctt Tlio n-nnctc . , . , came masqued and considerable mer- . , , . . riment w as occasioned in figuring out , . , ,. , o -i the identitv of the masquers. Several , . , , stunts were given, Anna Bosley and , , T , . , . Charles Lafler beirg the winners. , . . - ' . . . , Other features of the entertainment . j weie some guessing games and a lor- , . ... , . , . , -c tv tt:.ne telling booth m which Mrs. E. M. a . .. .. , told fortunes. Refreshments consist- uzg of eortee, Duns and not wemers were served. The Meyers home was appropriately decorated for the occasion, a color scheme of gold and black prevailing. Streamers of yeW low with Hallowe'en emblems in black were used profusely. THANK YOU! Lee Winslow Post, No. 773, Veter ans of Foreign Wars, wishes to thank me memoers oi ine American ieR urn. The Liberty Guard and the many citizens of Fairmounjt, whose kindly assistance made possible the success of the sham battle Iast Wednesday ! . ! i and Marble Use SAPOLIO. Quickly removes the stains and makes everything look like new. See that the name SAPOLIO is on every package. V ily wanted to read your paper. Tndav The Companion makes the ideal Christmas present. No family, j especially one with grow-ing boys and i girls, should be without the tried aiAi "ue loutn s companion me and entertainer of hosts of people, old and young. The Companion is true to the est 'American ideals cf life, giving every week a generous supply of the best stories, current events, comments on the world's doings, with special pages for Boys, for Girls and for the Family. The 52 issues of 1922 will be crowded with serial stories, short stories, editorials, poetry, facts and fun. Subscribe now and receive: 1. The Youth's Companion 52 issues in 1922. ' 2. All the remaining issues of 1921. 3. The Companion' Home Calendar for 1922. All for $2.50. 4. Or include McCall's Magazine, the monthly authority tn fashions. Both publications, only $3.00. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St., Boston, Mass. New Subscriptions Received at this Office. Cleaning of the bed I Back Creek has been' completed from the mouth of the stream a short distance north of Jonesboro to the Washington street bridge in this town. ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO, So'e Manufacturers New York U. S. A. Use AP INDIANA Sundays by Appointinnt' He Would Say, "Its Me i s TZ i' RALPH C. COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 409 Marion National Bank Building MARION, Phone 246 The Boss Knew MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL IS x eM4 SEE vy Gcrr Xo uS& 1 XZgoPEM tue door.'. gpEEgT -V- . " i. "eir- ,1 3f ' BETTER WXTW " ' 'jA LET KAE IU. S. , W - " -I I '"GO FEU.OuTT ' '.ir a - , f ' - . . .

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