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PAGE EIGHT THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS SECTION ONE J Thotnas Kelley spent Sunday visit ing friends and attetAied the Gas City foot ball game. NOVEMBER TERM STARTS ITS GRIND First Days of Week Given Over to Routine Business and Hearing ef Motions CARD OF THANKS. We desire to express our deep appreciation and thanks to all who in any way have assisted us in our recent breavement. The deeds of kindness, the words of comfort, the sorfes of consolation, and the many beautiful floral offerings." MR. and MRS. O. E. CURLESS. M. BEHARRELL CURLESS. ' IT For rancv i JLmeinis work Mr. and Mrs. Will Thore and daugh. ter, Hassel, were visitors at the J. L. Rhodes home Sunday. ?3 With the usual call of the docket, MARION LAWYERS WANT NEW COURT A?k That State bTbivided Into Two Federal Districts and Another Judge Named - A petition ha3 beer signed by twenty-five members of the Grant County Bar calling upon the representatives in congress and senate to sunport a bill which would create two districts ill the state and would secure another federal judge in addition to Judge Anderston. The petition states that the present condition of the federal Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keal and daughter Violet and Miss Ethel Corbin spent Tuesday in Marion. antt setting of eases, the November i term of the Grant circuit court was J opened Monday morning by Judge J. j Ray Buck attended Grand Lodge at Frank Charles after a week s vacation nd:anapolis as a delegate from the 'which followed- the conclusion of the local I. O. O. F. lodgf?. j October term on Saturday, Novem-! i her 12. ! 3 We are showing some splendid values in Bleached and Unbleached Linens from IS to 33 inches wide. Also a complete line of Lustre Crochet Cotton and Embroidery Fioss, Lustre in all the different Shades. 50-yard Spool 5c 100-yard Spool 7c Crochet Cotton in White and Ecru, per spool 10c A full assortment of colors in Cotton, Mercerized and Silk Fioss. Miss Josephine McLucas, of Delphi, I; case were tried, the work of the is the Thanksgiving guest of ner j day .being confii'ed to the routine of mother, Mrs. A. S. Roberts. opening, and to the fiimg of papers. , ! T"1 1 .1 f -l.A ficf- wwl. wn a ' FOR SALE ( me eaiexiuar ii v3. i nosted Mondav night arM is as fol FOR SALE r.lipr, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rhodes and son entertained for Sunday ditiner Rev. and Mrs. F. B. Rhodes and family. instruments, in good condition. Call -1;'" alter 5:P,0 p. m. FOR SALE Remii-ton Typewriter, Miss Dorothy Luther went to Indianapolis Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Don D. Tullis. lows : WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23. Cregue vs. Traction Co. (Dem) Lockwcod vs. Faulkner (Dem) Martin vs. Trueblocd (Motion) Needier vs. F.mith (Dem) Highley vs. B. & L. Co. (Motion) FRIDAY, NOV. 25. Polley vs. Ford (Issues) Miller vs. Dillon (Motion) s new. win ecu for $25 for quick sale. Call Mr. York at Drop Forge. The Bee Hive Cash Store Why are they coming for miles to buy STAR BRAND SHOES. Because they are dependable; they are all leather. No substitutes in STAR BRAND Hal Langsdon, who is taking) a course at the Indiana Dental college in Ii'dianapolis, is home for Thanks FOR SALE Mailing lists. Names and addresses 1,000 Grarft county-farmers. Up-to-date. Address Box 38, Fairmount, Ind. judiciary is an injustice to the mem-berg of the Grant county bar atJ urgr es the necessity for securing additional federal judges in the state. Figures showing that the number of persons for each district and judge is greater than in Ir.Vliana, is given in the petition and also calls attention to the fact that there is no referee in bankruptcy in the northern part of the state. The petitior says further that the location of the one court at Indianapolis makes it unjust for attorneys in other parts of the state in that most clients secure the services of Indianapolis lawyers to handle their cases for them. Copies of the petitior have beep sent to United States Senators James W. Watson and Harry S. New, and to Milton Kraus, representative from the eleventh district and to Representative Ilickey, of LaPorte in the thir-teetth district. The latter introduced the bill into the house which is known as Bill No. S573. giving. i Ritter vs. Box Co. (Motion) Ilcggson vs. Bank (Motion'.) WANTED SUNDAY SER VIC ES WANTED Man to cut wood on shares, Geo. Jones. MISCELLANEOUS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Royal entertained as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Payrfe and Mr. and Mrs. Leath Smith and daughter, Doris. William MeCormiek and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lambour are spending Thaiksgiving at the country home of Mr. and Mis. Will Monohan. Mr. and Mrs. D. J, Riggs entertaiiJ- EOPLE P ! ed as S,unday guests, Mr. and Mrs. j Albert Riggs and family. BAPTIST CHURCH Svday school, 9:30 a. m. B. Y. P. M., 6 p. m. Mid-week prayer meeting on night at 7:30. W. I. McKinley, Chairman of Pulpit Committee. FOR QUICK Auto service call W. G Moon, 601 South Walnut street. Phone 382-2 rings on Red. -urs. .uarcna umeivena entertamea j as guests at 6 o'clock dinner Sunday, i Mr. and Mrs. Alhert TTall snns. Mrs. Bertha Lemin'g and son Jack,;James and Morris cf Marion. spent the . end in Ir.dianaopils. j Mr. and Mrs. Woodard Knipple, Miss Bertha Athy and Lucille Oates of Marion will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William MeCormiek at the Phi Delta Kappa dance Friday right. Mis Addie Leach was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Underwood Sunday. A. J. Weyier and Charles Fowler, both students of the University of Illinois, arrived in Fairmount Saturday to remain over Thanksgiving. NOTICE Postively no huntingj on my premises. B. F. Dickey. TYPEWRITERS. Cleaned, repaired, sold. Ribbons, supplies. W rite, phone, call, Arnold's Typewriter Shop, Phone 1586. Next to Lyiic Theatre downstairs. Marion, Ind. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Bible school, 9:30 a. m. Communion, 10:30 a. m. Evening Church Services, 7 p. m. Prayer Servics, Wednesday 7 p. m. The secret of happiness it not in Miss Floy Huston arrived home Wednesday evening for her Thanksgiving vacation. Miss Huston will return to her stu.lies at DePauw university Monday. Mrs. Chas. Lamour this week received a box of fine oranges and grape fruit from her brother, E. M. Leach, Miss Belle Downs of Indianapolis, is visiting friends and relatives in Fairmount. Miss Earline Bennett cf Warren, i the fruit being sei't from Jacksonville, ! cPent Saturdav evenintr and Sundav as the guest oAer grandparents, Mr. I Fla ' where Mr" Leach recentl' went j the size of one's purse, Gr the style of Administrator's Public Sale Ore Hiatt Estate i -o on ?outh Uati- "F"n? t0 locate, j cne s house, or the number of one's ; on South Hen EM Levall of Bigi Rapids, Mich., was a puest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kimes last week. ai.'j Mrs. Robert Dare, butterflv friends. The fountain of Won! has been received by friends j joy and peace -g .f , heart j here of the birth of a baby girl, N an-j u .g not more money you nofd tQ ley avenue. Rev. W G Moon conducted services Sunday mornings and night at Fair-view church in North Marion, where On cf M last Thursday, Mr. Ed. Levall hican ai.'d Mrs. W. A. Kimes cv Jai.e, to Mr. ana ..Mrs. rceea .Mc j be happy, "Its More Christ." Cain of Delphi. Mrs. McCain was spe-t the day with relatives in Gas City. Come and have fellowship with us next Lord's day. Preaching bcrh t jfeimerly Miss Louise Kendall, daugh- for in progres a revival has beei; some time. i morning and eveniig. ter of Rev. and Mrs. Ben Kendall of Log,insport, and well known here. Morning theme, - "The Waiting i r . .. , Mr. W. A. Kimes of Fairmount and Ed Levall of Big Rapids. Mich., were guests of relatives in Converse last Wednesday. THE TATTERED RED CURTAIN v - THAT HANGS ON THE STAGE Evening theme, "The Great Wresfc- Written for II. S. Editior. U1- Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lafler and three daughters, of Bangor, Mich., are spend" ing, a few days with Mr. Lafler's cou-sir., E. M. Lafler and family, while en-rout to Florida where they expect to spend the winter. I H. CLAY BOYTS, Pastor, j . How dear to my heart are the hopes of removing, Vern Ross, a graduate of Fairmount Ivch seh vd, v. ho is attending school at DePauw University, is home for t!:e Thanksgiving vacation. The tattered red curtain that hangs on , the stage; j Mrs. Redding returned t0 her home ' its raised aAl its lowered till it's al- j Newcastle Friday after a twG most soothing, I Mrs. Mart":.: Omelver.a left cT.'Tu?s-i !av where she will spend j FRIENDS CHURCH. Bible school, 9:15 a. m. . Preaching, 10:30 a. m. Junior Mission Band, 3 p. m. Intev mediate Christian' Endeavor, 6 p. m. j Young people's group, 6 p. m. Preaching, 7 p. m. A cordial welcome to all. S. ADELBERT WOOD, Pastor. Miss Leora Bogfje, Ass't Pastor, j har.ksgivir.z an: exrects t remain f r seil day? visit with friends and relatives there. weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. j por jt's tje3 are too tender to question Ted Parker. She was accompanied jt's ag-e. j home by her daughter and grandson j j Junior. j In times past and gorfe t'vas tha pride j I of the nation, j Rev. W. G. Moon received- a call j Loving hands smoothed with care the I, the undersigned, Administrator of the estate of Ores Iliatt, deceased, hxt-2 of Grant couity, Indiana, will sell at the late residence of said Ores H'j'.tt. 2 miles south of Fairmount, Ind.. 3 1-4 miles north of Summitville, 1-4 mie north cf I. U. T. Traction Stop No. 7 on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1921. Commencing1 at 10 o'clock a. m., the following property to-wit: 6 HEAD OF HORSES One blnck mare, ag2 11, weiirht about 1400; one black marc, age 15, weight, about 1500; oire Bay mare, aie 12, weight about 1300; one 'Bay horse, age 3, weight about 1400; one black mare, ag2 2, draft; one black horse, age 3. draft. 9 HEAD OF CATTLE One Jorsey cow, about 10 years old, fresh in December, a gpod milker; one red cow, about 11 years old, fresh in April, a good one; one Spotted heifer, 2 years old, fr?sh in April, a good prospect; one Mack cow, 7 years old, giving milk; oi.V; yearling heifer; one yearling steer; th''cc spring calves. 52 HEAD OF HOGS Six Dorc brood sows; 15 feeding shoats; 30 Small thor.ts of weanintr acre; one Bij Tvpe Poland male hog. HAY AND GRAIN 11 or 12 tons Timothy and Clover hay; 100 shocks of orn and fodder; about GOO bu.hols of corn it crib, good quality; 250 or 300 bu-hcls f oats. A few bushels of wheat. FARMING IMPLEMENTS John Dccre corn planter; - stock cutter; 7-foot binder; five hole drill; harrow; two walking breaking plows; Oliver 12-inch gang breaking plow; John Doove sulky plow; 5-hoe disc drill; Deering mower; disc harrow; 2-row cultivator; single row cultivator; steel rollers; hay loader; hay tedder; on.l gate seeder; Weber wagon and box; hog rack; gravel bed; bujriry, good; buargy, old, double shovel; garden piow; lawn mower; lifting jack; tool grinder; spring wagon; eight metal chicken coops; New Cypress water tank; binder twine; crosscut .saw- grain sacks; 3 to 4 tons hard coal; 10 rods 32-inch hoi: fence; pair boat runners; fanning mill; scoop shovel ar.H forks; 14-foot ladder; hay rcpe and fork; six A hog houses; set brass mounted team harness; set team harness; set buggy harness; some other harness; horse blanket; fence posts; 80 rods barbed wire; cream seperator. AiM other articles not herein mentioned. Some potatoes; some canned fruit; 100 pounds lard; 8 dozen hens; some young chickens. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE Base burner; soft coal burner; kitchen range; one rug 12x12, good; other rugs Dxl2; small rugs; orte linoleum 12x15, good; bed steads; bedding; bed springs; mattress; organ; rocking chairs; dining chairs; couch- tands: tables; kitchen cabitet; sewing machine; cupboards; ward-robe- -lie" ; " "i-- skillets; washing machine; ringer and other articles too rAa:r - c r-rl"on. TERMS OF SALE All sums of $10.00 and over, a credit of six months will be gven with 6?c interest. Lunch served by Ladies Aid of Betl-n Church at Summitville. GEORGE A. HILDRETH. ADMINISTRATOR. CHAS. T. PARKER, Attoriuv for Administrator. PURL DEAN. Auctioneer. V. A. SELBY, Clerk, legal AdvertisementJNov 10,-17, 24. .- Miss Mildred Morphet of Gras :::g her brother. Prof. from Kokomo to preach the funeral j curtain, so fair; Crc-ek. i? vis: high school Tha t.r. s pi vin g. and the Fairmount j of John Bennett, formerly residing at ' But now since the time of complete during the week cf ! Tiptoi. The funeral was held eight j sanitation WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday school, 9:30 a m. m. i'reaehing ry pastor, 1U:5U a. miles west of Kokomo Wednesday j Well gently but surely remove it morning at 10:30. j wjth care. j Soc;al Praise service, 7 p. m. Mid-week prayer meeting, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Ida Rodgers, who ' has been J We'll work, yes we'll work, and give j Tuesdav. Mrs. Linco!n Stookey left Friday f r Oxford, Ohio, where she is making an ertr:ndc-'i visit. Mr. Stookey wer.t to Orfo:d a week prior t Mrs. visitme Prof. T. B. Krouskup and j every one credit, family for the past six weeks left for . por l0werinsr the curtain from ceilincr The public cordially invited to with us. J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. fc.ooKeyg vieparture. -heT. home in Angeles, Cal., Tues- : uay, sioppii. r on in iiit;v to nu her daughter . who is attending school to floor; By adding their mite to the side of the debit, This tattered red ccurtain will be seen no more. Mr. a .'1 Mrs. V,. A. Kimes attended Center church Sunday, after which they ard Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sheedy and Rev. Fleet of Somerset were en there. Mr. and Mrs. Will Parrill enter- CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. SuiMay school, 9:30 a. m. Evening service, 7 p. m. "Where Does the Sky Begin?" will be tha sermon subject at this servicce. Welcome. ' MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor. tertained a guests at dinner at the ; i tamed at a imner party suniay tor home cf Mr. ar,d Mrs. Sim Kimes. Mrs. Ida Roeers. who left Tuesday So come t0 the playhouse and spend there your perAiies, The orchestra now is the head of this band ; I The concerts and plays will be often ! ACADEMY ORCHESTRA Keith Zike, the voung son of Mr J for her home in Los Angles Call, and Mrs. Frank Zi'ke. who has been j Those present in addition to the honor verv ill for tw0 weeks at his home on arM M"- ' - South Mill street, is reported some Krouskup and son and Clyde Lewis better and it is thought he will get,an3 family. an manv 1 SAtKEU U:ClbKr. And there'll be rejoicing all over the land. ! The Academy orchestra under the dirction of Miss Sybril Kramme, will give a sacred concert at the Little through all right. I On Sunday, Mrs. Ida Lewis was the When we hail with delicht the rtew 1 Ridge church next Sunday eveningi, Mr and Mr?. Clvde Lewis enter-' victim of a supnse birtnaay mmer, j Schlosser Brothers j Maintain j That their method of going to the farmer's door for cream, in other words, their CREAM ROUTE SYSTEM is the movi ceo-I nomicdt way of marketing .the product of 1 the dairy. WHY? 1st. Saves farmers the labor and annoyance of rnldng dell livery themselves. tained ct 6 o'clock dinner Monday for which was thoroughly enjoyed Vy Mr. Mrs. Ida Rodgers, who has been spend- end Mrs. Will Lewis, Thelmar.' I ewis, ii.' the past six weeks with her daugh- Mr. and Mis. Thurman Lewis, Helen ter, Mrs. T. B. Krouskv? and family. Und Dee Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. B' mer The guests inrfuied Mr. and Mrs. T. 'McCoy, David G. Lewis and son Iliff, fc. Krouskup and son and W. H. Par-Ull bringing well filleJ baskets and rill and familv. several nice preser.'ts received. stage attraction. Well feel we have mastered a well written page; When the tattered red curtain, the battered red curtain, Is gently but surely removed from the stage. the program beginning promptly at 7:30 o'clock. A program of unusual merit and interest has been arranged and excellence of the Academy orchestra as a musical organization insures a rare treat for all who attend. There will be no admission charged, although a free will offering will be taken. Remember Them With Photos FRIENDS CHOIR ENTERTAINS The members of the Friends church and Sunday school will be guests of their choir at a Thanksgiving social which will be held Friday evening at FREE! 2nd. 3rd. extra trousers ; m A regular and constant outlet, regardless of quantity. Receipts at the creamery distributed evenly throughout the week (other systems overload the creamery on Monday, while during the remainder of the week it is working under capacity). MOST IMPORTANT I Route cream makes Better 7 o'clock in the church. Ar informal j program will be given and games j 4th. time is planned. Mrs. Verlie Mann, who submitted to ; a surgical operation in the Grant j Very soon the holidays will be here the time of the year when we ask ourselves, "What shall I give?" At this time we can assist you deciding this question. The photograph as a Christmas gift stands supreme and surely nothing strengthens the bond of friendship so much as a good photograph. Twelve photographs solve twelve Christmas problems if you get them at THE HOCKETT, STUDIO. Quality Butter, and the -markets are never over supplied with FINE BUTTER. We want to tell you more about the benefits of Schlosser's Cream Routes. Call on our Route Collector, District Supervisor, or drop a postal to the office. SCHLOSSER BROTHERS ' county hospital something near a 'morJth ago, has been brought to her j home here. with every made-to-measure suit Get busy at once cash in on this sensational money-saving offer, which is for a limited time only. s Get double the wear from your suit on account of the extra pants and have them made to your individual measure. same material ao the siiijt Ribbls Bros., of course Cream Buyers Since 1884 Rome Office Frankfort, Ind. FREE! Holiday Ribbonette for tying packages. Beautifully colored in P. S.- Sooner or later you will use a ! green, red and gold. Printed, "A Ci - i H DelLaval Separator Have you any idea hor a r-ood cream ssparctr Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year." We have many thousands of yards, but H will go fast. Call immediately help mace more moey m m your cows ? Sec- your "31 Dc L,sva Agent or our xiov.ee Collector about a De'Lrrn I Separator. SCKLOSSEIi BROTHERS. When needing anything in the Rubbef Stamp line see us. FAIRMOUNT NEWS. . ar.d get a3 much as you will nen! to j tie all your Christmas packages. I FREE, at THE HOCKETT STUDIO.