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Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, November 10, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWB FOR SALE Best Kentucky free burning egg coal for ranges. Prier $7.50 per ton at the bin. A. A-Ulery & Co. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crectaft, Reporter Mr. and 'Mrs. James Scott took Sun- to his home in Arkansas last Thursday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Robert day. Lindley. ' The sale of Joe Faucett, Tuesday Miss Lacy Leach visited the Marion was largely attended, and the things Business collejre last Friday. brought a pood price. The Ladies Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Duling and son Aid of the Christian church of Sum-Clinton were in Marion Saturday af- mitville served lunch on the erounds. FOR SALE Full blood Rhode Island puJlets and roosters. Phone 179-3 Black. B'rthdav Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Mark Payne that their j ternoon. ! t- i -...!.- ... ' x-itirrt of a daughter Fav is imnrovinsr in health! Mrs. Manford Philpot of .Tanev WriT- r,land urrrise last Satur- since arriving in Florida. ! station is visiting Mrs. Ethel Curtis j NEW MULBERRY day even TV when a number of his; Roy Rogers is making extensive lm-j this week. r, in snend the evening -provements on his garane in the east Henry Frazee.of Marion and Geo 1L FOR S.ALE Good washing machine, cheap. Phone 247-1 on Black. Correspondence to insure publication in Thursday's issue must hereafter reach The News office not later than Wednesday noon. This is made necessary because of the much increased amount of work on publication days occasioned by the largely increased circulation of The News. Correspondence reaching The News office later than Wednesday noon, and not published in Thursday's issue will appear in Monday's issue. FOR SALE A few Duroc giHs; double immuned. Phone 3043-Red. with him and to remind him of his part of town. ! Key of Sweetser, were Sunday ,after- Mr. and Mrs. Pence, Mr. and Mrs. birthdav Pleasures and pastimes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Overshiner of guests of Fred Curtis and John Jones were Sunday dinner guests for the evening were primes, music and Alexandria have just recently moved fai.iMy. ' . of Harvev Richards and family, daneinf Refreshments of baked into the Will Carpenter property. j Rev. Meyers and wife were dinner Mrs. Limon Carter, Mrs. Cyrus beans Sandwiches, cakes and cotfee Elder N. L. Ford wss called to Mil- f-,-iests of Mr. and- Mrs. Will Simons Davis, Mrs. Doxey Miller and Miss were Served to Mr. and Mrs. Adam ford, Ind., to take charge of a funer- last Friday. Myrtle Hamilton attended the anni- Bates of Fairmount, Mr. and Mrs. al last Thursday, from there he went ; Mr. and Mrs. Holland Nottingham versary meeting of the North Back James Scott. Frank and Ben Brewer, to Pittsboro, Ind., where he will at-1 and children were Sunday dinner Creek Union Wednesday and heard Mary aiM Alex Deeren, Ancil Hollo- tend a week's meeting. guests of D. W. Nottingham and the splendid address given by the wav Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Atkinson Mrs. Grace Langsdon has been on familv. - state president, Mrs. Elizabeth Stan- FOR SALE My resident propwrties. One 7-room house, corner Madiso aiAl Sycamore; one 9-room house, corner Second and Mill street. W. L. Swaim. and son Uron, uavonne oiccnnon, ; uie sick list ior several aays sunering : jur. ana Mrs. utna iiaray are tne ley, Brewer, Clessa Bowers. Raymond j with lagrip and tonsilitis. j parents of a baby boy, Cradle Roll Mrs. Burr Wilson and her father, were in Marion and Ward Owens, Janette, Mary Ethel . Elder Fisher of southern Indiana, announcement giving the name of Mr. John Duling, FOR SALE One Guernsey cow; fresh Phone 4 on 19, Fowlerton. and McKinley Simons, oau fcmun, who is making a preaching tour Lewis C. Jr. Monday. Draw horn of Rigdon, Gladys Mil- j through northern Indiana will ho'd W. D. Nottingham made a business Mildred the little daughter of Clvde AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. ler Edith Havens, Stewart and Fran-1 preaching services in the Fowlerton trip to Muncie early Monday morn- Mm-man has been sick with tonsilitis.1 cis' Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Curtis. Primitive Baptist church Wednesday, in". Mr. and Mrs. Garr Wilson were in ! WANTED Mrs. Mattie Hancock was in Marion Marion Monday. daughter Call at my expense. Phone 2. on. 19 on Friday and Saturday of last week. Mrs. Flora Havens and F.rh'th were in Jonesboro Mondav. WANTED Fifteen or twenty woodcutters. M. L. Johnson. Phone 260. Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON I Nov. 16, at 2 p. m. Thursday s serv- M. P. Church Items. ices have not vet been announced. The Fowlerton M. P. church held its Mr. and Mrs. Xen Creek of Exera, first quarterly meeting for this year IOWa, who are spending the winter last Saturday and Sunday. The busi- v jth Creek's parents at Fairmount ness part of the meeting was held visited Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers j Saturday afternoon. Communion ser- ' arij family here over Saturday and NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS straw. WANTED To buy hay and M. L. Johnson. Phone 200. Mrs. Ira Corn and daughter, Mvrtle, were triests of Artie Miller and fami- ; Iv Wednesday. ' Miss Estella Davis was out of school Mondav on account of sickness. M-s. I imon Carter wa? the guest , of Mrs. Charles Kibey Friday. vice followed the regular preaching Snnilav Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley and baby ' j! HACKLEMAN and Sunday school service Sunday wkh Rev. Meyers in Tfcn 'Marion district of the M. P. rf Lafontaine. Mr. and Mrs. Robert WANTED To vaccinate your hog with Thorntown serum. Call 18H2 Black. II. D. Wilson. Davis and family of Hackleman, Mr. DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY 'Rooms over Postof fice Honrs 8 to 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m GETTING READY FOR CHRISTMAS WANTED To buy 1,000 bushels good corn. Verling Gaddis, phone, 1032-Black. churches has been divided into , four aruj Mrs. Pete Pearson were Sunday j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Havens en-' sections for' the purpose of making a (i.;nner puests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph tertained for dinner Sundav, Vr. ard general drive on the educational bud- , Pearson. I Mrs. Sam Earhart and children and get system. Special meetings are be- i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearson called : Mr. and Mr. Lem Jeffreys of Laero. ing held this week in which the sev-Jon Mr and Mrs. Earl Allen and f ami-j Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis and chil-eral ministers will assist each other j jv Sunday evening. dren were gests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 in their different churches to mane a j y. jcnes, Mr. and Mrs. Verlie ; Ralph Pearson of Fowlerton last Sun-i success of the drive. Monday nieht, : oucn and babv took Sunday dinner ax dav. In this issue of The News our girl TT E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store QnV r-r! H :i.?o na.; 1 to 6 Mr. and Mrs. John Fiber of Indian-ariol's. snent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eiber. M-5..Marv Hilton and Mrs. Marga LIVE AGENTS WANTED to handle city trade for the genuine Watkiaa Products. A real opportunity-Write for free sample and particulars. J. R. Watkins Company, Dept. 70, Winona, Minn. Rev.ds. Meyers, Harper and urn with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Partridge, went to Griffin Chapel to assist the j Myron Partridge was the Sunday pastor there in his work. Tuesday : dinner cuest of John Curav. night Rev'ds. II iff, Harper, Ryan will Tne Cradle Roll mother? served be present to assist Rev. Meyers at meas to te election board Tuesday, the Kioal church. Wednesday night j Mr ariA Mrs Charley Brown and ret Snanerler spent Sunday at the and women readers will find a couple ; of columns devoted to Christmas sug-gestions illustrations and descrip-tions of needlework of a number of handsome designs, suitable for presents about the time Old Santa makes ; his annual rounds. A home-made gift is the more acceptable because of the kind thoughts of the donor while the article is in the making. It is preserved as a memen Rev'ds. Meyers, Iliff and Culver Ry-!haby. Mr. and Mrs. Verde Wright and , home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilson. an will assist in a meeting at Jones ; ant famiiv of Fairmount were Sun- MISCELLANEOUS Mr. and Mrs. Mark Powers had as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Comer of Greentown. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Comer and family and Rev W. IT. White. Mrs. Sallie Heaston of Fairmount. boro. Thursday and Friday Kev ds. jay Jinner quests of Mr. and Mrs. Harper, Meyers and Culver Ryan will j Clyde Helms. assist in the Handheld Circuit. i Carter Helms, Verde Wright and 1 family, Charlie Brown and f amily Cradle Roll Meeting. called on D. C. Duling and family; to by the recipient to be referred to Mrs. Fred Curtis will entertain the , Sunday evening snent Saturday nicM with Mr. and Cradle Roll mothers Friday afternoon mos McCoy and family spent Sun-' Mr?. Walter Gibson on Sundav the" in venrs to come at o'clock. Mrs. Lydia Leach will dav even in sr in Summitville. with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albert and If -rne News is in this way of assist rhi-dren, Mrs Verna Hi ton and son vpu n makin(f a election and have charge of the meeting. Wei come is extended to all. FOR SALE FOR QUICK Auto service call W. G. Moon, 601 South Walnut streft-Phone 382-2 rings on Red. AUTO REPAIRING For automobile repair work see Frack Morgan or call Phone 106. TYPEWRITERS, Cleaned, rt pshcJ, sold. Ribbons, supplies. W tiic, 1 phone, call, Arnold's Tycvrittr ! Shop, Phone 1586. N?x. to Lyiir ! Theatre downstairs. Marion. Ir.J. f ranK. spent ine nay hn ". , . ,. orti.i0 :t Mr.. Harvev Peterson near Marirn. tells yov, how to make the article it Murel and Harrold Corner enter- v m gladden the heart of the pubusher, FOR SALE Mailing lists. Names ; Mrs. L. P. Simons visited her mother and sister in Marion Sunday after-; noon. ! Miss Ada Btvwick and Mrs. Lena Haisley were shopping in Fairmount Monday afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Carpenter visited with her dautrhter. Mrs. Charles Smith of and addresses 1,000 Gram; county Christian Endeavor The Fowlerton M. P. Christian En-deav. r will meet with Miss Florence Dome southeast of town next Friday evening for their regular social and business meeting. ?,;r.pj thei- Sunday school class last Thursday ni?rht. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Gibson and !irhtpr Pauline, had r- their guests who is on the alert for newsparer features that please, and to give the uplift touch to those who, like ourselves, are traveling along life's highway. Grand Old Santa! How we all look forward to his com'nr,' How it gladdens the heart to see the children and grown-ups enjoying to its fullest extent the Yuletide season. Let us begin now to prepare for the ! Marion, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. ' (-or ,f;rrtr Sunday. Mr. and Mr'. ! Oliver Buller is making ""nt im- p--arv Sheedy and family and Claud provements on the Fred iNUi...igham Brookshire. farm east of town. ! Pauline and Maxine Albef enter- Miss Madge Smith was an over Gained their Sunday school class last nij..'it truest of Mr. and Mrs.. Will Bal- Frjay nieht. lard of north Jonesboro. jj- and Mrs. Ed Eddington snent i Mrs. Will Duling and daughters riy afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. June and Dorothy and Mr. L. P. Sim- j Glessner ne-r Maple Run. ons were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ' number of farmers are through 5iti.1 Mr Clarence Smith and family. ' u,,i-;-,r fV,nir rorn For Sale Sold Property. Dr. Wm. Eastes just recently sold his office room and lot to Rube Leach, who will soon put in a harness and repair outf.t. Expression of Thanks Mrs. Marv Dodd and Miss Rilla Powers, wh j so u -.fortunely lost their cow a few weeks ap-., unexpectdly came in Possession of another cow last farmers. Up-to-date. Address j Box 38, Fairmount, Ind. FOR SALE Cheap. Set of drawing instruments, in good condition. Call Main 166, after 5:30 p. m. FOR SALE Remii.'gton Typewriter, good as new. Will sell for $25 for quick sale. Call Mr. York at Drop Forge. FOR SALE Five-room cottage; good well; f ood coal shed," and two lots. $500 takes this for quick sale. Leon Green, 1306 Marion avenue, Marion, Ind. FOR SALE We are now selling flour at the mill door based on one dollar wheat. It pays to trade at the mill. Fairmount Flour Mills. uitable celebration of that event ot The Fowlerton Packing company ? " Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brookshire snent eveT-,ts and not the least of them be has tinisneu maKing catsup aim -, Sundav afternoon v itn tne iormers ---irpj Saturday. A gift from their neich- ; nc5iav morning began labeling f:ter. Tom Brookshire. . T- T P was in I airmount ; nr. A r r, orit r-firi onllorl bors and friends. 1 he two sisters ap- LEADING FARMER Cu MM ITS SUICIDE 1900 Feet Flooring 2900 Feet 2x12 Hackney Garage pi-eciate the kindness so very mucti jior)aav and bought a quantity of N.;on Mr arx, Mrs. Will Harrold of that they wish to thank each and ey- , c 5pu"ls. ' F?'mcuit Tonda afternoon. eryone who so kindly contributed to- Mrs. Jennie Leach accompanied ill ; Mr and Mrs. Ol Bannister srent the gift. ! Johnson and family to Johnson coun- Tor,,iv afternoon with their mother, . . . 1 1 c , m,- t i :-:nT na r Ar.irana. l owierion rcr.ooi uems , wiiere they spent tne weeK-ena t Mrs. Kannister. at tne iiuuie vi .-vm'uo jauer uuics, IXirothv Kiersteau is siowiy imp-o- ,r;ti, mlativM arn friends. 1 Ends His Life by Blowing Top of Head Off ing after being seriously sick with ty- Mr and Mrs. Charlie Leach and I Mirs Mae Kemmer spent Saturday phoid fever. j family spent Thursday evening with i nt and Sundav with her parent,. The Fowlerton school playel tne WiU j0nson and family near Mat- Mr Mrs. Alfred Kemmer. She LaKe scnooi a game 01 uadu 1 1 - . tews. has been spending the summer in j jasrer Boles, 50, prominent farmer dav afterncKn. After six exciting Vred Curtis has returned to h!si Auburn 92 livine one-half mile east of Aracana, innings the Fowlerton boys were vie- , worji at El wood after spending Sat- j tortus. Result of the game was 4 av and Sunday at home with his 'committed suicide about 4 o clock Tnacki' nftornoon at his home by s to 17. The boys now consider them- far,,jiv GU.VNT Wm. Mitchner, who : '! selves the champion ball piaers in Trs shooting himself in the head. The top , , Si! I' B. have been ouite sick are much better ' U . . . i i i. ' of his head was almost snui on uu -4 row ana awe to oe up ana arounu me i 'death was instantaneous. Mr. Jar''" ii-r.o o?lled Sunday ev- Wcrsie T.ev is vlsitel school at t!-3 house. Mrs. D. W. Nottingham has been the township. Th" school is expecting a big time at TrTtir box-supper Wednesday evening, j reeda Owen was absent from school Tuesday on account of illness. ' Gladys Lees" was absent from school Monday and Tuesday on account of i i About 4 o'clock Mr. Boles asked i . . ... t r- 3 ti. - u:i. n. ; suffering with a gathering in her head which carded much distress ported better now. shfis: cyi;?T wife to out aml feed the !and"Su-";'h T-hn P- " " "tens. After leaving the house Mrs. for i Mr and mw T.ittle srent Boles fed the chickens and came back k$ Parv Lees was unable to report -enort ' to, the hov-tie where she f oud ner nus- ; t t ,, j ,4. dutv Mondav morning on account of SatMi-dav aft-n in Marion John Lanr.-don received a baa cut - r t-. ? i. . . RALPH C. COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES' 409 Marion National Bank Building MARION, INDIANA Mrs. Effie r.-v.- ; able to b" urj v,, ) 1--;.., r fVo 4or with the tort on his arm Tuesday afternoon while ; -.-- I - . ... I'd I L1 I.VIil V' 1 tin- ' I home and aronni arer a tew weeKs nmes. io,-Jr.o- ftKalV The wound bemcr .Mrs. na uuung returnea of his head shot off. It is believed near the elbow and nearly two inches ' Saturday evening after nursing Wes- Zola Little has m?ssed a few days despandent en account of j U ir, ,irH me,lical attention, ley W oollen through a serious illness ; school on account -f sickness. ! inat ne as u. . , . 1 Hmwrpr it is thought the wound will ' of nearly six weeks. 2 Mrs. Ted Payne is on the sick list, nis neaun, as ne . utc.. ... Phone 246 Sundays by Appointment f i Physicians ; ?2 Mr ar,A Mr Cmt-to Rbprtson. health for asout a year. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Simons and not be serious. Z4 Lawrence Laughlin and Nettie ' family visited Ovid Reeder and fami- ; Mr. pnd Mrs. Georpe Crabb and Clav- 'were summoned but they were , not Welch were also absent from school ; '5" unoay Pftemoon. tn Ellsworth called on Joe Faucett i needed and County Coroner Phil Luc- Tuesday. It has been reported that Will Kieh- , unday evening. i ag w caiied who arrived a short time ards livis-r east of town has recently Arthur Payne has been on the sick ! lost thirteen brood sows and Locals Miss Lacy Leach entered Marion Business college Monday morning for review work. v list ' " j 1 - t- . . iL e -u i Mr. Boles was about 50 3ears old and 32 Faucett, Jr., of Forth Smith, - . . , v took ; Ark., who was here to attend his j had resided m that section of the, Mrs. mother's funeral and stay with his county the greater part of his life. shoats. DaMas Atkinson and family Sunday dinner with Mr. and Word has been received here from , Charles Smith in Marion. 1 father until after the salt, was called J He was widely known throughout the eastern part of the county and the news of his tragic death came as'fc great shock to his relatives and friends He is survived by his wife. One Farm Product Is Still Much Above Pre-war Values, viz: 1 BUTTER FAT g While almost every other product the farmer has had to . 1 sell during the past two years has been produced at a loss, p. BUTTERFAT has continually given profitable returns, g B proving again that Indiana's Agricultural Wealth is, and yw -will continue to be dependent upon the DAIRY COW. g- 1 The Proper Market for Butterfat j m is one that renders service to the producers, pays tbinrfull f : B market value f cr their product and conserves the quality-, of g - Maurice Warner, President Earl Allen, Cashier There are fewer failures in the jewelry business than in any other line of trade. FOWLERTON BANK One hundred swivel gurfe were used by the Americans in driving the British from Boston. Real Estate All Kinds of Insurance Responsibility Oyer $250,000 Save Your Money The largest chrysanthemum yet j 1 1 growi:? in England, which has a cir- !. if cumference of thirty inches, was re- j g cently shown in London. j j the product so that HIGH GRADE BUTTER can be made. from it. - J. Schlossei's Cream Route System adequately fills these requirements. No other plan now It in use does so. Our Route Collector or District Supervisor fT will tell you all about Schlosser's Cream Route System. fr A sewing machirfe that will do the g family darning has now been pat- g ented, says Popular Mechanics. Its Down in our hearts we are all loyal to home institutions, but still, as a body of people, is there not some room for improvement in our attitude? With all we have here, don't you think we ought to be more enthusiastic and optimistic? ! essential feature is a steel arm which ' f lonn-ne tlto intriato raophnnism. pnn. ' s ALSO a De Laval Separatorat j-the new reduced price will morr! than pay for itself duriner this M trollitAr the shuttle and feed. This is ! H -winter. See your local De Laval 1 i incased in a ball at the end of the arm. ; g In this way about twenty parts have j m I been eliminated, making maintenance J g i less expensive, and because of its i g Agent or our Route Collector far-full information about a De Laval Separator. ! simplicity, requiring less power' to g ! . .... S If run. In darning, the bedplate covers ; j If 5 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS is. orer the ball and arm are removed, ! if and the sock is drown over the ball j g ' and along the arm. This constructios H also permits the sewing, and mending : H of various other articles that require circular seaming. Scttlosser Brothers . Cream Buyers since 1884-Home Office . Frankfort, Ind. FOWLERTON BANK, FovIerton, Ind f li - ' . ff rATRONIZE ' HOME MEr. CHARTS. UauStt

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