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November 10, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS ' Henry Barber is slowly improving after a serious illness. ! MRS. MARY ELLIOTT j LAID TO LAST REST ' Funeral Services at Friends Church i Impressive and Largely MAYFLOWER .Afrs. J. W. Templeton was taken SPECIALS ill last week, but it reported to be ruch better now. WATCH WATCH Attended Miss Georgia Wesser, high school teacher, spent the week-erJ at her home in Swayzee. The Rev. Enos Harvey of Nobles- Gents 75c Four-in-hand Silk Ties 50c Fancy Bath Towels, 75c, 50c and 25c Fancv Wash Cloths, 10c and 5c Born. Nov. 8 to Rev. and Mrs. Fred For Real Bargains This Week rt : u m : i t-ui r u i ?r jDeWeerd a baby g,irl. The little one i has been rJamed Miriam May. Dark Outing for Comforts, per yard 15c Entirely new styles in Silkcline, 36 inches wide, per yard 25c Handkerchiefs for school children, each 5c THE SPOTS THE SPOTS ! James Howard and family have moved from Greentown into the Ful- ler property on South Buckeye street. I j The postoffice will observe Nov. 11, J Armistice Day as a holiday, opened ; from 10 to 11 a. m. No rural delivery. Read these prices real quality bargains. Everything in the store at equally Bargain prices. Can't quote all, but come and see. T?! We will have something new to show you every day this week. I Mr. ai;U Mrs. J. F. Furnish left to-j day for tha slate of Lousiana for a six months4 sojourne or longer. 1 The Bee Hive Cash Store Mr. and Mrs. Charles York went to Fort Wayne today where they will : be the over Sunday guests of . . . & Baldwin Apples per barrel 5 lb for 25c. Flour, per sack Cabbage per cwt Potatoes, per bushel $6.90 89c $3.75 $1.50 Un5ale all This Week, AH Leather iiioes jj BRAND 3! j Mrs. Dr. George McCaskey of In-i dianapolis is the gcest of her aunt, Mrs. Ella Fatterson and other rela-: tives. jville, was in charge of the funeral of Mrs. Mary Elliott, which was held Monday afternoon at the Friends church in this city. He was assisted I by the Rev. Adelbert Wood, pastor of (the local church, who ofFered prayer and by the Rev. Frank Edwards, pastor of the Back Creek Friends church, (who gave the scripture reading. A quartet, composed of Mrs. Wessie Payne, Miss Leora Bogue, Emery Adams and Oren Kelsay, with Mrs. I Myron Peacock, at the piano, sang "Jesus, Lover of My Saul," "We Shall Shin- as the Stars," and "One Sweetly Solemn Thought." The pallbearers were Lin Wilson, John Peacock, Will Kirkpatrick, Linus Haisley, Lewis Mittank and Bowman Pickard. Of the many beautiful floral offerings, only one, a cluster of largie violet tinted chrysanthemums tied with violet maline, rested upoi the casket lid. After the services, by request of the family, the flowers used in the decorations were distributed among the sick people of the town. Taking for his text, "God is a spirit i and they that worship Him must wor- ! ship Him in spirit and in truth," Rev. j Harvey spoke feelingly of Mary Elliott as a model worshipper, one who 'was constant, faithful, spiritual and : discerning in her devotions. f Following the sermon others in the I audience testified to Mary Elliott's influence in the church, in the community and in the individual lives of j those with whom she came in contact. ' Those having a part in this impressive testimonial service were the Rev. Adelbert Wood, Denny Winslow, Isaiah Jay, Bennett Shugart, Miss I Grace Hobbs, Mrs. Nellie Davis and ! the Rev. Frank Edwards. 1 The student body and the faculty of Fairmount Academy en masse i formed a part cf the audience which completely filled the auditorium and the wings of the church. 15c I Rvron Traster made a business; trin Extra Large Pumpkins, 2 for Sweet Potatoes, 6 lb. for Mrs. Florence Breedlove has returned to her home in Ir.diaiapolis after a visit with her sister, Mrs. E. H. Parker. to Troy, O., this week. John Rugrnai of Chicago, called on Faiimount friends Sunday. Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate Grimes Apples per box Miss Lydia Fuller is spending a week with Mrs. Oscar Allred in the country, after which she will go to Muncie for the winter. Salt' C1 Of per bag a Pepper, per pound wi V Red Pepper per pound Qy(y Tea' A 0 per pound -'-hivV Coffee . 18c, two for m9vV Salt Pork, per pound t5C Bacon, per EO pound, 25c, 35c, and . . . w C Corn, OEf 3 cans CbWV Lump Starch, AP 3 pounds CaWW I & G. Soap 5 for z s:ap: 25ci : 1 5c Good Luck Olio ctalC Rookwood 0 jft Coffee wUQ Sunshine, Crispy and C tf Graham crackers j $4.25 20c 27c Mrs. Rachel LyoTfs is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Garr King near There has been no appreciable change in the condition of Mrs. Em- ma Miller who continues very ill at her : home on South Main street. Mrs. Ida Hock is in Huntington, the guest of her neice, Mrs. Albeit Andrews. Celery, Large 3 for Raisins, Extra Fancy Prunes, Extra Fancy, loc, 20c and Bananas, per pound Grape Fruit 10c and Armour's Cream . There a a time when Tailor ir.sde cloihes cost more. That is not true now. We will fit you. Your clothes ill reflect your individuality. American Cassiirters for fall, $2S.OO and S30.C0. Our responsibility is your durante."' ' Mrs. Albert Andrews of Huntington was in Fairmount Moi'iay. to attend ! the funeral of Mrs. Mary Elliott. j .Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johnson entertained Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. ! and Mrs. William Leer of Swayzee ?and other relatives at Sunday dinner. 25c 7VzC 15c 10c 35c 25c Mrs. James Richards and sons motored from Anderson Sunday visiting Oscar Loy and other relatives of this citv. Isaiah Jay has heating stoves. New cnes half-price all this week. The price cut to suit you. Quitting the stove end of mv busi'oss. Phone 159. Buckwheat Flour, per sack ......... Salt Fish, 5 for . Ribble Bros. (OF COURSE) TAILORS j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shirie of ( Montpelier ard Mr. and Mrs. Sine of ; Kokomo were guests of Miss Atha-I leen Zike Sunday. "Chiropractors are obtaining results that I cou'd not have obtained -with medicine or surgery." E. G. , Rutherford, M. Birmingham, Ala. OYSTERS- EXTRA FANCY PEOPLE ! Mr. and Mrs. Ora Couch entertained i Mrs. Couch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i H. R. Wright of Matthews, at Sunday Miss Cecil Tctrick has returned ; home after a six weeks' visit with relatives in New Orleans, La. Miss Tetrick made the trip by autonyabile j in company with relatives. Three Victrolas To Be Given Away Absolutely Free Buy your Bread and order B your Groceries from The Mayflower and save your g Betsy Ross Tickets. aimer. '0U KNOWp ' BROTHER FAIRMOUNT MAN ; DROPS DEAD AT HOME. Mahlon McDonald dropped dead last Monday at his farm home near Crawfordsville. Mr. McDonald had been husking corn all day and had i just finished putting up his wagon when death came. The body was taken ! back to Delphi, his former home and the funeral was held from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Francis Wilson, Rev. Wharton of Kentlar.d, officiating. A. A. McDonald, cf this place, is a brother of the deceased. Mark Baldwin, who spent last week T-q- Flf Traster accompanied with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar -a 1 Fr-i of Fatm t,i M. Baldwin, has g.ne to Macon, Ga., to continue his work with the U. S. c-c. whfTC tiitv attenaed the j The place of meeting of the Aaron Worth W. C. T. U. has been changed from the home of Mrs. Hazel Voorhis J on account of sickness to the Wesley- ! an Back Creek, Friday Nov. 11, 1:30 ' p. m. The Mayflower Bureau of Soils. fcrer; of RavrrcrAi Matehett. Phone Your Order Bob Lindsay, Prop Phone 1 1 Mrs. Joe Parker was a gruest at the Beasley home west of town Wednes very Day Bargains day. Mrs. Sallie Hearten has returned from a visit with Mr. and Mr?. Walter Gibson west of Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Gibscn and Mrs. Ileaston were ues ts at a dinner party Sunday at the home cf Mrs. Peterson near Marion. ! Miss Mary Fuller has j.pne to La-' fayette where she has accepted a position at the State Soldiers Home. News Want Ads. Bring Quick Results. At The Quality Grocery Mrs. Burl Brewer, living south of : Fairmount, Thur sday morning reeeiv-I ed word that he mother, Mrs. Nancy ! Eaton, livine in MadisorJ county, had ax- A. W. Kelsay who arrived a short . time ago from Kansas City, Mo., has ! gorJe to Bunker Hill for a short visit -1 o si o 3 m v ; fallen and suffered a fracture of her j with relatives j left arm between the wrist and el-1 ! bow. ......... i SUNDAY SERVICES HOG SALE I Announcement has been received by friends here of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Vir-j ginia Frantz of Egypt, Miss., to E. L j Forbus of that city. Miss Frantz j formerly lived in Fairmount. i ! Miss Mary L. Ricks was recently I nnited in marriage to Charles O. Cu-i nse of Anderson and the newly weds twill make their home in that city. I Miss Ricks is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ricks of this place. FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school, 9:15 a. m. Preaching, 10:30 a. m. Junior Mission Band, 3 p. m. Intermediate Christian Endeavor 6 p. m. Young people's group, 6 p. m. Preaching, 7 p. m. A cordial welcome to all. S. ADELBERT WOOD, Pastor. Mirs Leora Bogue, Ass't. Pastor. Fioar, per sick 25c 2 1-2 pound can Peaches 2f c 2 1-2 can Apricots 2c No. 1 can Apricots lEc Xo. 1 can Peaches 15c 2 cans Kidney Beans 25c 1 can Red Beans 10c Pink Salmon, tall can , 15c 5 prand can Scrghum 65c 2 small packages Oats . 25c 1 large package Oats 25c 5 bars Kirk's White Soap and 1 bar Jap Rose 33c Apples, Fruits. Nuts, Vegetables and Oysters nomnncf o f On Nov. 19th we will hold an demonstration allday Coffee and Cake dem. onstration. Everybody invited to come in and bring their friends and enjoy a cup of good coffee; also try cur cakes. Quality Grocery Bert Briles, Proprietor Mrs. Sallie Hollingsworth has received word that her brother, Bert Frazier of Clarksburg, W. Va., who has been in poor health for a long time, has taken a turn for the worse and Mrs. Hollingsworth has been requested to gr to Clarksburg. She is accordingly making her plarfe x to leave next week and possibly spend the winter there. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible school, 9:30 a. m. Communion, 10:30 a. m. Preaching both morning and evening by the Rev. H. Clay Boyt. Rev. Boyt received his bible training in the Moody Bible Institute and spent the summer in mission work in Chi-cagio. Rev. Boyt is a young maa of pleasing personality and comes to the Fairmount church well recommended. We hope the membership, as well as the general public, will give him a royal welcome and respectful hearing on the next Lord's day. N. C. HENEGAR, Chairmai Pulpit Supply Com. 40 Immuned Big Type 40 Polsnmd CHimas Sows, Boars and Gilts i Aftetoon NOV. 1 6 At Academy Sales Pavilion!, Faionousoit Poland China Breeders Oren W. Kelsay, Manager Dale Long has made a number of improvements to his South Walnut street residence property, including! a new coal house and a new roof. Tlfl. TR-Jll DOUBLE Mas Isaiah Jay, Thursday, Friday arid Saturday of this week the 10, 11 and 12. Bedroom Suite sale, one-half price. Walnut, Birdseye Maple and Oak. Phone 159 Main. F. H, S. GYM 7:30 O'CLOCK Friday Night WESLEYAN CHURCH Sunday school, 9: 30 a. m. Class meeting, 10:30 a. m. Young people's meeting, 6: 30 p. m. Peaching by the pastor, 7 p. m. Mid-week prayer meeting, jTuesday, 7:30 p. m. " . A Christian welcome, J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. V F. H. S. vs. GASTON Big Game F. H. S. Second Team vs. Matthews First Team The Curtain Raiser i Mr. and Mrs. FranX Morgan have just returned from a several weeks ! visit with relatives arM friends in Kentucky and Ohio. Oil their return trip they saw the lonely cabin near Portsmouth, Ohio, where the murder of two people, a well known fanner i of that neighborhood and a woman j school teacher, had beer committed and which started a nation-wide search or the murderer, who proved to be a youthful one-legged tramp, claiming Indiana as his home. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Evening service, 7 p. m. ermon subject, "The Choice of Admission rJn i-et Tvro Big Games 25c or 1 Everybody welcome. J 'MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor.

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