THE FAmr.IOUNT NEWS EOPLE . M THE NEW THINGS .Mrs Sarah Carpenter has pone to Anderson for an extended visit. Christmas Money Club For 1922 Started out nicely for the new year; old members renewing and new ones joining, showing that this class of service is appreciated. You can join any time in December or January. Miss Maude Myers of .Ehvood is; visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harvey. Everett Jones of Anderson and Mr. ; Ooppel of Kokomo were in Fairmount Sunday. Mb We are showing this week 36 inch Cretonnes, entirsly new patterns, per yard - 35c 36 inch Sitkoline, the latest designs, per yd. 25c Another shipment of Fancy Bath Towels at $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c Fancy Huck Towels, embroideried ends, each Something new in Curtain Goods at 50c, 35c, 30c and 25c per yard. HERE ARE THE MEMBERSHIP DIVISIONS h Walter Jessup of Carthage was the r?Jest of friends and relatives in Fairmount Thursday and Friday. James Watt, who has been quite ill at his home on South Penn srteet is reported as being some better. PLAN E SECURES $23.50 First deposit $1.00, decreasing 2c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 2c. PLAN F SECURES $63.75 First deposit $2.50, decreasing 2c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 5c. PLAN G SECURES $127.50 First deposit $5.00, decreasing 10c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 10c. PLAN IL SECURES $12.50 Deposit 25c each week, for 50 weeks. PLAN I SECURES $25.00 Deposit 50c each week for 50 weeks. PLAN J SECURES $50.00 Deposit $1.00 each week, for 50 week. PLAN K SECURES $100.00 Deposit $2.00 each week, for 50 weeks. PLAN A SECURES S12.73 First deposit lc, increasing lc each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 50c. PLAN B SECURES $25.50 First deposit 2, increasing 2c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $1.00. PLAN C SECURES $63.73 First deposit 5c, increasing 5c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $2.50. PLAN D SECURES $127.50 First deposit 10c, increasing 10c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $5.00. Mrs. W. M. Blankenbaker and little M daughter Joe Ann, and Mrs. Ollie M Cox of Marion spent Thursday with A The Bee Hive Cash Store We Are Showing All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND their sister, Mrs. James Watt. W Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless were in M Marion Friday to meet their sen Be-harrell, who came home from Ann j Arbor University for the Christmas j r holidays. M H M H Walter L Jay was the jmest of re- j latives here Friday while enroute ! M f to attend the funeral of his mother- i 4 "S3 9 a I V5 in-law, Mrs. John Sanders, to his home in Loo.-,totee. Mr. Jay was at M H H FREE! one time an attorney in Fairmount. extra trousers It is a good rule and one who saves and is alert to the opportunity that business affairs jfcyfil IjlSN ii with every made-to-measure suit The home of Editor V. E. Yeater, of the Upland Courier, was saddened Sunday by the death of h?s little son, Robert. The Journal helped him pet ort his paper this week, for we deep- ly sympathize with him in his loss, and realize the need of practical sistance when the print-shop routine is dislocated for any reason. We , were triad of the opportunity to be ,of assistance Gas City Journal. affords him, is generally successful. Save Wy small deposits and you will be surprised how they accumulate. Start a Christmas Money Club Account Today M M M M M H M M M H H H M v Get busy at once cash in on thissensational money-saving offer, which is for a limited time only. Get double the wear from'yourlsuitlon account of the extra pants and have them made to your individual measure. flf W- 111 f !::( WITH US1 M H W M H H i The Fairmount township unit of the County Agricultural association will meet at East Branch on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Wm. Mona. , . . r , Established SJl;tf893 ':'.; vn same material as the suit Ribble Bros., of course : ' THE OLDEST BANK 1 N SOUTHERN GRANT COUNTT? han will talk on "Co-operation" and Lew Caskey will tell the farmers of the importance of keeping their mail boxes in proper condition ar.d con-viently placed for the mail carrier. (The meeting will be an important one as a large amount of business will jcome up for consideration. M H M H H a: SUSLaX III XB p!!!!!l!l!!!i!!!;:!IS!!!i!!!!l! I EIGHTH ANNUAL 1 25 iLilSO lyiii ii L On ri sit mm a H M a M l A H H H a Stock On Emitnire Clunfe You May Join One or More of the Following Classes. Just before Christmas You Will Receive All the Money You Have Saved. Beginning December 17th to January 1st we will give you an opportunity to do your Christmas buying at 25 Discount. This Is Your Opportunity Class 5. Members paying 5 cents the first week, 10 cents the second week, and increasing 5 cents each week for fifty weeks, will ivft $63.75 Class 3 A. Members paying $2.50 the first week, $2.45 the second week, and decreasing 5 cents each week for fifty weeks will get $63.75 Class 25 Fixed. Members paying 25 cents a week for fifty weeks, will get $12.50 Class 50 Fixed. Members paying 50 cents a week for fifty weeks, will get $25.00 Class 100 Fixed. Members paying $1.00 a week for fifty weeks, will get . $50.00 Oas 1. Members paying 1 cent the first whl, 2 cer.ts the second week, and increasing 1 cent each week for fifty weeks, will pet $12.75 Oass 1A. Members paying 50 cents the first week, 49 cents the second week, and decreasing 1 cer.t each week far fifty weeks will rrt $12.75 Ctas 2. Members raying 2 cents the first week, 4 cents the second week, and increasing 2 tents each week for fifty weeks, will gt $25.50 Cla 2A. Members paying $1.00 the first week, 98 cents the second week, and decreasing 2 cents each week for fifty weeks, will ftet $25.50 Our stock of house furnishings is complete. Before you do your shopping or furnish your home with anything?in our line, call and see our goods and get our prices. We will mention just a few of the many articles that may be needed: Bed room, dining room and kitchen furniture, stoves, linoleum, rugs, comforters, blankets, electric vashers and electric irons. All sales of $1.00 or more will receive the discount. Malic this your time to furnish your home. With Four Per Cent Interest Added if all Pay-ments are Made Regularly or In Advance. Q Don't Forget the Opening Date, Monday, December 12th, at 0, o'clock a. m. TUT Fairmoufiit State - Bank mm t M FHE KOr.lE FOR SAVINGS"
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