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November 28, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS SiDR. C L. FENTON In England it is the custom to j hang a bundle of straw under a FULL OF SURPRISES i words of wise men. LOCAL BREVITIES L bridge that is being repaired, as a Diffused knowledge Immortalizes sign that boats passirg underneath should be cai'eful. His Nuptial Race Not "for Maidens" but '"Previous Winners." A large proportion of the hospitals and mary of the schools and relief organizations in France are operated by women. a long goes A litle commendation way. Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Honrs 8 to 11:30 a. to. 1 to 5 p. m NEW LAW FIRM Oren W. Dickey and Alfred Ilogston have formed a law partnership and to merit praise fortifies Ambition our virtue. New women students this year at the Charing Cross Hospital Medical School in Londor slightly outnumber the men. jhave offices at 417-418 Glass Block, Eyes. Tested, Glasses Fitted by State llegistered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical Fie who does what he can has done what he ought. The strength of will is the test of a young man's possibilities. Truth Is a mighty instrument, whatsoever hand may wield it. Marion, Ind. Something new in football training apparatus is described hi Popular Mte-chanics Magazine. It made its first appearance on the practice field at Cincinnati University, and takes the form of a "bucking strap." Two long pieces of heavy leather are connected by twQ shorter straps, and the rectangular opening formed is thoroughly padded with heavy felt. The ends of the long straps are fastened to two wooden handles. By placing this harness over the shoulders of a cardidate for the team, and assigning two of his teammates to hold back on the handles, he is given a thorugh training in the tactics of smashing through the Hr.'e and carrying the ball while drag- Miss Aril Cole of Gas City was.the guest Sunday of Miss Doris Kyslinger at the home of Miss Addie Leach of South Main street. Instead of Getting Widow With One Child, Got Woman With Seven Children and Two Husbands. New York. Meyer Mauer's marital life was just one surprise after another. He told the Supreme court nhout it when he asked for an annulment of the match and recited the list of unexpected events that came to him after he was duly wed. When he married Becky Mauer, he says, she represented herself as a widow with one child. Surprise No. 1 Another child came to the home, .calling: his wife "mamma." Surprise No. 2 Second child came along later, also child of wife. "How come?" asked Meyer. "Thought you only had one child?" "Oh, I merely forgot to tell you about this one," said his wife. Surprise No. 3 Third child, also All the best men have been best be- j cause they possessed "ideals." I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weyler entertained as guests at Thanksgiving dinner, Mr. aiAi Mrs. J. A. Mayer and Chiropractors McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: Summitville 2 to 5 arid Tuesday, Thurs- 7 to 8 p. rn. day and Saturday Phone 280 - 8 to 11 a. m. The thought that conquers the world ! family of Fowlerton and their son A. J. Weyler of Urbana, 111. is not contemplative but active. YOU CANT BURY AN ADVER. TTSEMEXT IN THIS PAPER. THE NEWS IS READ THROUGH. NEWS WANT ADS. GET StlSUJ.Tn Mr. and. Mrs. W. J Lewis entertain'- i n ms opponents wun mm. PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS. ed at Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and Mrs. Annias Smith and sons Errfest and Louie and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Lewis and children Dee and HelerA Some doubts are as generous and passionate as the very noblest conditions. Every noble life leaves the fiber of It Interwoven with the work of the world. To strie with difficulties and to conquer them is the highest human E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store OnV -r-r- m.z 1 to 6 added starter, conies along to live with i mother. Surprise No. 4 Fourth unheralded j infant adds itself to home circle. ! Mr. and Mlrs. Robert Moon, daughter Mary and son Worth, Miss Nelia McCcmbs and Martha May Hasty drove to Kokomo Friday and sper the day with Mrs. Reed McCoy. Mrs. Moon, Mrs. McCoy and Miss McCombs are sisters. Use SAPOILD For Every Room in the House In the kitchen SAPOLIO cleans pots, pans, oilcloth and cutlery; in the bathroom SAPOLIO cleans porcelain, marble, tiling the wash basin and bathtub; in the hallway SAPOLIO cleans painted woodwork, doors, sills and concrete or stone Cultivate the power of enjoying i AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. others Jots; it is the cheapest and most satisfactory form of happiness. "How much of a family have I?" asked Meyer. Surprise No. 5 "There are two more," said the missus, and the family grew from the one listed child to seven. Surprise No. 0 Meyer discovered that Mrs. Mauer had two other living husbands and then he decided to let the Supreme court put an end to his 19 on. Call at my expense, Phone 2 Fowlerton. WHITE HOUSE FACTS. The Missionary Society of the Wes. leyan church wiXmeet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. W. DICKERSON floors. See that the Thousands of lsitors flock to the Wl-ii- IL.iico cn tlmt tnrlflv it is the Die on South Walr.'ut street. It is name SAPOLIO is on every package. ENOCH MORGAN'S ut tnnu n ridpnrp in the" world, but Surged that all members be present family surprise party." j "It is a case of fraud and misrepre- sentation." he said in asking annul- i ment. "Here I thought 1 was getting j comparatively few people know the chief facts about this home of their President. SONS CO. Sole Manufacturer New York U.S.A. Rubber Stamps. When needing anything in the Rubber Stamp line see us. FAIRMOUNT NEWS. Word has been received by W. A. Taylor that his little nephew, Willard Hankins, is very ill in the hospital at Lafayette and that there ig ittle hope of his recovery. a widow with one child and I find that I got a woman with seven children and two husbands." LIKE "4TH" AT HELGOLAND Th Wh'te House Is so named be-ctuse it is built of white freestone. The site was selected by President Washington and Maj. refer Charles IKnfant, planner of the capital city. Ln 1791. The architect was James Hoban of Dublin. The plans were chosen by competition. .V ;&rtirmtJWi-ik siOfc3ttd9Clt$- turwifcMiirm Continuous Blasting in Dismantling Big German Fortress Sounds Like Celebration. HT 7 ' ' 1 was laid October The cornerstone 13, 1702. The first occupant was President and Mrs. Adams, in November, 1S00. The White House was burned by the British in 1S14. It was first heated by gas in 1S4S. A system of henting and ventilation was installed in IS.3. The original cost of the White House was met out of the proceeds from the sale of lands donated by Maryland and Virginia. Helgoland, Germany. Every day is a Fourth of July celebration on this little rocky island. And not a "safo and sane" celebration at that. At sunrise the 1.000 German workmen who are dynamiting the pet fortress and naval harbor of Kaiser William set off their blasts. The bombardment keeps up througout the day. Charges of TXT make the water In the harbor spout up like geysers in Yellowstone park and the big gun pits on the summit of the rocky cliff give an 'occasional roar like Vesuvius and belch- great clouds of black smoke and pulverized concrete. For two years more the work of devastation will continue. It took the kaiser eight years to build the great fortress and harbor which defended the Kiel canal and afforded Germany's navy a base close to England. It cost Germany f0,(K0,O0O marks ($12,-CrfXMMM). The cost of dismantling, which Germany also must bear in accordance with the terms of the Versailles treaty, will probably be about 4,000,000 gold marks ($1,000,000). Popular AROUND THE WORLD Sicily is practically a treeless coun- try. A Jewish girls' club has been organ ized in Shanghai, China. FRANCE AGAIN ADMITS BOOZE 30 3 2 Lets Down Bars to Whisky and Gin to Satisfy Demands of the Tourists. Egypt is said to have made a million dollars out of recent cotton deals. In Sweden the medical profession was opened to women by royal decree in 1S70. Morocco is the largest and most important country in the world that is without a newspaper. In wme parts of China labor Is so cheap that there Is no coin small enough to pay for a day's work. During the last century the famous Yalu river of China has changed its course more than a score of times, and now tiows into the sea through a mouth 300 miles distant from that of 100 years ago. The Taj Mahal, at Agra, is said to be the world's most celebrated mausoleum. Built of white marble and Inlaid with precious stones. It cost $10,000,000, and 20.000 men, If Is estimated, were occupied iS) years In the building of It. Paris. The French government has been compelled to permit the importation "into France of a limited amount of whisky and gin so as to satisfy the demands of the tourists here from foreign countries. Such imports had been prohibited since the war and, as a result, the price of cocktails and higballs soared in proportion as the supply of gin and whisky diminished. Foreigners residing here have made desperate efforts to obtain gtod whisky from England and Scotland and have been compelled to pay extremely high prices for It. Reports of a great amount of smuggling indicate that the foreigners have about as tnuch difficulty obtaining their favorite brand of whisky as they do in America. I "HE American public knows that United States Tires are never marketed on "price." People look to the makers of U. S. Tires for quality traditions. They do not want to see a policy of superiority nibbled awray for the sake of a mere price appeal. So we say this to all those loyal followers of XL S. Tires is the greatest money's worth on earth today. Buy it because of honest quality as against "bargain offers", "inside discounts" and " special trades." An outstanding product; marked with the maker's name the retail price quoted in plain figures. A challenge to the tire-trader who, would rather sell you an PEOPLE OF OTHER LANDS the Sahara desert - Death Battle for Young. Maryville, Cal. Finding of the bodies of a hupre eagle and a mountain ram on Table mountain In Butter county revealed a desperate battle to the death between the great bird and the mountain goat, in which each was actuated by love for their young. The eagle, according to mountaineers, three days ago seized a small kid from the ram's herd to feed her small eaglets in their nest - high on top of the mountain. Returning on a similar mission the ram attacked the eagle and the pair battled to the death. Some itribes In have slave farms. Do not buy the 30 x 3V2 "Usco" always faces The Mohammedan Mecca when he prays. unknown tire on the - basis of "so much off list" and let you find out its real value afterward. Prices on all U. S. Tires and Tubes Reduced Nov. 10th. Ask your dealer. Tread because of its new price of $10.90. Buy it because it The, Mohammedans plant cypress trees In almost all their burial grounds. Neither Hindoos nor Japanese will ever willingly sleep with their heads to the north. Mother Says Her Lot Justifies Profanity t U Gil Oft (a) U0tfS United States W RufjEjEB" Company Eskimos gorge themselves on berries during the season when these small fruits are ripe. The Norwegians are the longest lived of European peoples, and the Spaniards the shortest. , Natives of Punjab still spear their fish in small streams with a trident, not nnllke that depicted on English coins. Among; some of the tribes'' ln the arctic regions, a man who wishes a divorce leaves home ln anger and does not return for several days. The wife - Arraigned on a charge of profanity, Mrs. Agnes White of Columbus, O., thirty-seven . years old, and the mother of 14 children, said: "Judge, anybody that bad to lire as hard a life as I do, wqnld cuss.," Mrs. White testified that she was forced to take In washing and other work to support herself and her children. The Judge dismissed her, after telling her to go and curse no more. The OUmst and F&ty-thrwm TVpo Law-must item II Wrty-Avm i takes the hint and departs.

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