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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, November 14, 1921
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t t THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS JUNIOR PARKER HOST TO COMPANY LITTLE FRIENDS Junior Parker, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parker, was host to sxxxxx Columbia Hot Shot Retteries M I Speaking of Quitting "The man who does not advertise because his grandfather didn't ought to wear knee breeches and queue. "The man who does not advertise because he tried it and failed, should throw away his cigar because the light; went out. "The man who does rht advertise because he does not know how himself ought to stop eating because he can't cook. "The man who does not advertise because somebody said it did not pay, ougit not to believe that that world is round because the ancients said it was flat." Columbia Hot Shots make a hot spark ing your engines. They are put up in weather-proof package which is ideal ing your stationery engines. We also and Dry Cells for start-a handy for start-keep in are brand. Storage Batteries with a The Fairmount News Published on Mondays and Thursdays A. S. ROBERTS, Editor and Publisher. Minnie McLucas Roberts, Associate. Office: Main 265 TELEPHONES Res., Black 3S2-1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One year ?2.00 Six months 1-25 Three months 5 (Outside Indiana.) One year $3.00 Six months 1.65 Three months 90 All subscriptions payable strictly in advance; paper discountinued at expiration of subscription time unless renewal is received prior to expiration date. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Fairmount, Ind., under the Act of Congress of March 8, 1873. stock Columbia No. 6 Ignitor Dry Cells which Mrs. E. E. Davis Sunday at Alexandria. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coahran, Miss Vivian Erickson, Mr. Lawell CoahratJ, Mrs. Gladys Ramsey and daughter. Jean, spent Sunday visiting Mr. arAI Mrs. Marvin Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles NieholsoiJ and family, Mr. and Mrs. Algia Hallowell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Jeffrey and daughter Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. William Fleener ard family spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Gertrude Dickey. Idr. and Mrs. Michael Meyer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Coahran ard family, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ertle, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Meyer, Jr., and sort Robert, took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Lindell Leisure. A number of youn'g people are planning to meet Wednesday evening to practice on a home talen't play, to be g;iven in the near future. The Ladies Aid Society held a market at the R. L. Lveson store at Elwood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jackson', Mrs. Kate Hustoir spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Bay-less. Catherine small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Ferning is seriously ill with suigar diabetis. Rev. Harter and Mr. W. H. Markle spent WedVosday in Indianapolis, attending the minister's association. The Ladies Aid society met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harter. Auto Supply Co. STORAflE RATTFRIFQ M STORAGE BATTERIES Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing Mgr. Phone 226 RIGDOX II A surprise party -was held last Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mart in hoior of Mrs. Mart, Refreshments of weinies, bu-s and pickles were served. Those preei.'c were the Misses Mary and Dorothy Dickey, Joyce Rybolt, Sarah Mart and Lois Leachnian, Messrs Paul Elliott and Claud Scott, Russell Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hughes aiJd family, Mrs. William Mart, Messrs Everett and Fred Mart. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, Mrs. Edgar Jones, Mrs. Marion Hill, Mrs. Gertrude Hill attended the fuieral of i , ;a company of his young) friends Saturday afterrfoon, the occasion being his fourth birthday anniversary. A j color scheme of yellow and white was jused in the decorations and carried :out in the refreshments. A long low j table was arranged for the little J guests and small chairs to seat them. Ihe place cards with Kewpies were a delight to the little tots, as was also the birthday cake with its four candles, and it was a happy party, many of the guests having the honor of attending their first party. Those invited were Bettie Allen Siegel, Betty Vee Simons, Donna Jean Simons, Margaret Jean Stout, Mildred Compter?, Ruth Moon, Helen Lewis, Barbara Jones, Philip Oakley, Robert Le-roy, Dee Lewis, Brisson Wells, Jack Hannon, Billie Allred, James Alfred ' Ribble, Bobbie Gift, Jack Norman I Roberts, Roger Willard Krouskup and j Dorise Jean Parker of Marion. FAIRMOUNT VISITORS HAVE NARROW ESCAPE. Mrs. Ed Gum'.iip and ,Mrs. George Ramsey and babies, who returned to their homes in Lawton, Mich., after an extended visit with Fairmount relatives, had an exciting and rather j thrilling experience before reaching their destination. They left here via the Big Four railway for Benton Harbor, Mich., where they were met by Mr. Guinnip in his car. Shortly after leaving Benton Harbor another machine ran into them, Mrs. Guinnip be-ir'g" tossed out along the roadside and the others thrown from their seats and shaken up generally. However, aside from the shock and some severe bruises, there were no serious results. W. C. T. U. TO MEET WITH MRS. W INSLOW The W. C. T. U. will hold a meet- ilfiT npTt TTmrsHnv nfturnnnn nt iho home of Mrs. Clinton Winslow. Mrs. Lea McTurnan. Lida Haisley, Dorothy Luther, Mrs. Olmevena and Mrs. Ed Hollingsworth will be assistant hostesses. This is President's day and is to be a special meeting and all menu bers of the UiAon and those interest- jed are being invited. Mrs. Alice j Geary of Marion will be present and j give an address on "Law Enforcement ; and Citizenship." There will also be special music. . Mrs. Ida Lewis visited Marion friends Sunday afternoon. Isaiah Jay for all kinds rugs, furni- ture, wall paper. North Main street, The first meeting of the congress in Washit.'fiton, D. C, was on November 17, 1800. Charles York and family have re- turned from a week eiJd visit in Fort Wayne. Premier Lloyd George recently said j that the first prize he ever won was j for singing. Mrs. Clare Campbell, of Decatur, is j here for an extended visit with her ; son, Mr. L. D. Campbell and family. ! unequalled by any other Don't forget we sell two year guarantee. M SPBPE For Sale! 1900 Feet Flooring 2900 Feet 2x12 Hackney Garage AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. 19 Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON E. B. COUCH DENTIST Itooms over Hahne Drug Store Ofn r-r! H tH.?P m.; 1 to Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMKTIilSTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS yplusively Optical E.e0. Ellis Tires, W. V. Fowler, Three Wonderful Clubbing BARGAINS TcSKE We have just made a deal which enables us to offer these two re- markable money-saving opportunities to our readers. Both offers give you a number of real quality publications, at a price that you will prob- ably l.'ever be offered again. This offer positively expires December 1 1st. Note the quality of the publications included. If you are already a subscriber to any publication included in the offer you accept, your subscriptioil to it will be extended accordingly. Unless otherwise 1 specified, you get one-year's subscription to each publication. ' '" '" "IL '' ""'" i AUTOMOBILE OWNERS MAY BC OST FAIRMOUNT Local Garage Firm Puts in Stock of "Fairmount" Automombile Plates One thing the Kiwanis club thoroughly believes in is "boost your home town;" advertise Fairmount at all times and everywhere. With this idea in view W. A. Kimes & Son, of the City Garage, have put in a stock of "Fairmount" name plates for automobiles, and that every automobile will be gilad to have his car designated as a Fairmount" car, 1 they are making an price on these plates, pairs, one front and especially low j They come in ' one for rear. They are neat and attractive, and will unUoubtedly prove popular with Fair-mount automobile owners. Many cars passing through Fairmount are seen to be carrying their home towr name plate, and Messrs Kimes & Son are to be commended for thus helping to further the Kiwaris idea of always boosting your home town. GREAT FOX DRIVE POSTPONED A WEEK Weather Conditions and Inability Promoters to Complete AH Arrangements Cause of j The big fox drive which had been scheduled for last Saturday u! Monroe and Center townships was postponed until next Saturday on account of the ! weather and no mail being delivered on the rural routes Armistice day, which prevented all plan's from being j carried out, the committee in charge ; of the' event decided to postpone the drive until next Saturday. The drive will be carried out exictly as had boon ; planned for last Saturday. The cap tains and others will meet at the same time and place as had been designated. The drive as planned will cover about 25,000 acres in Monroe and Cen- ter townships and it is certain that a large number of foxes will be caught I ; in the roui.M up. Residents in that vicinity report seeing the tracks of , several foxes in the snow Saturday, i . An invitation is extended to every- j ' body, including school children to take ! part in the drive. Oire of the rules of the drive which will be strictly ad- hered to will be that prohibiting dogs j I and guns that day. ! ; scanty at times and then again too ! free, annoying me at nierht. My back was weak and lame. I used Doan's Drug action j m-y mis irom r-awara s 1 Store arU the5' regulated the i f S Kidneys and put them in good order." (Statement giiven February 3rd, 1916.) On November 22nd, 1920, Mr. DuBois added: "I gladly repeat all I said of Doan's Kidney Pills. They helped me when I used them for kidney complaint." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. DuBois had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Advertisement. CLUB NO. 12 BIG SUBSCRIPTION OFFER H w INEW LAW FIRM i Oren W. Dickey and Alfred Hogston I have formed a law partnership and ihave offices at 417-118 Glass Block, Marion, Ind. Rubber Stamps. When needing anything in the Rubber Stamp line see us. FAIRlClOUNT NEWS. FRANK RELFE AUCTIONEER FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY Phone 11)21, Route 9, Marion, Indiana Call u at our expense CHIROPRACTORS McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: Summitville 2 to 5 ar.'d Tuesdav. Thurs- 7 to 8 p. ni. Phone 280 day and Saturday 8 to 11 a. m. DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Hours 8 to 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m Electrical Work House vwremg and Repair Work Marvin Davis PHONE 352 Finds countless uses in the kitchen. It cleans cutlery, kettles, tins, porcelain, china, earthenware, linoleum, oilcloth, refrigerators, tile, marble, shelves and floors. See that the name SAPOLIO every package. is on ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. Sol AfantMftMcturerm New York U. S. A. I TUT utt t ra Ycu viet ALL snd The Fairmount Baptists will have their prayer meeting on Thursday night at the home of Mr. aiAl Mrs. John W. Creamer, at 125 N. Vine, at 7:30. lllMotherS Farmloiirjidl I- w 11 J (L. i FOUR cf These OUR NEWSPAPER CLUB NO. 14 Fairmount News Twice a-week) Pictorial Review (9 months) Twice-A -Week Globe-Democrat The Pathfinder (Wkly.) Good Stones (Mthly.) Regular Value, $6.00 Our SperM Price, $3.50 INDIANA I El v.i . YclrEach FCR S.SS Order Now THIS EXCEPTIONAL OFFER tS GOOD FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY Subscript" may be new or r-r wr !. A.l renew a" subscriptions will be cxteatled tor one year from present date of expiration. j. At the time of going to press the: IES YOUR RACK ACHE? fcoiMition of Mrs. Emma Miller was no tt's usually a sign of sick kidrteys, ! better and she was expected to live especially if the kidney action is dis- but a short time. ordered, passages scanty or too f re- . . quent. Don't wait for more serious ; Rev and Mrs. S. Adelbert Wood are troubles. Begin using Doan's Kidney entertaining as grosts Mr. and Mrs. Pills. Read this Fairmount testimony. Asa Baker of Toledo, O., who drove; Edgar J. DuBois, 716 N. Vine St., j through in their car, arriving Friday says: "My kidneys were acting ir-i in the snow storm. Mrs. Baker is a : regularly and the secretions were Here Are Two that are Exceptional s s If if ii ii il s s ii ii ii i Ii II CLUB NO. 1J Fairmount News (Twice-a-week) Tice-A-Week Globe-Democrat ChrislUn Herald (Wkly.) McCall s Magazine (Mthty.) Home Circle (Mthly.) Regular Value, $5.75 Our Special Price, $3.60 z s s r e r ii i i r z li ii Bring o? send acceptance sister of Mrs. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Wilson enter- tained at 6 o'clock dinner Sunday ev- er.'.ntr at. thoir homo on South Main strw mmnlimtitarv to Mr. and .MY, UV V J. w Wilson of Logansport and Mr, amj Mrs. Wilson and two daughters of near Anderson. Walter Jennings, wife and baby and C. C. Decker and wife sail for West Africa the 26th of this month as missionaries for the Wesleyar church. Both families were .formerly Fair-mount people and were graduates of the Fairmount Bible school. By Charles Sughroe " Won of your choke without delay to The Fairmount News MAKES POTS AND PANS LOOK LIKE NEW ! FAIRMOUNT EL "Old Home Tonn Paper Week, Nov. 7-12!" MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL fy4 VAS V4 TUEaS VJTH VMS FT UP Q)B i HS DESK W A SMWJE OU HS FAC6 IS UORUU' he Gers tU' VjeEVCVi TAPER i N M rHj USED tD VWOVOU HVS QUO rSP " Ti-r F Li -L ACT --kWV ON. OCX Q I " "C3feftS I - . . r- AAlVVV m. r t - i -1 r in - -i L ff i I i a.

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