The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on February 9, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, February 9, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Bevington is on the Greentewn Lads Miss Martha sick list. I February Specials Ed Bertaux was in Fowlerton Wednesday on business. Spring Surprise, Completely Upset the "Dope" Backec i MEW SILKS been Mrs. S. M. Layton who has very ill is slowly improving. by Defeating the Academy in Game j at Academy Wednesday Night j 93 Hair Tonic $1.00 93 Shampoo Paste 25c February Special Price The Two for $1.00 I Mrs. D. M. Hedrick is quite ill at her home on South Mill street. At New Prices Completely upsetting the dope hue- ' ket the Greentown high school rat five defeated the Academy qu-ntet "Wednesday evening 31 to 20 in a loos-ly played contest at the ivcademy gytn. Lord Baltimore Pound Paper ; 60c Lord Baltimore Envelopes, 2 packages 50c February Special Price, 89c Emma, the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lindsey, is quite ill. Rikers Ilasol 40c Glycerine and Rose Water, 4 oz. size 25c February Special Price, 19c Mrs. Tamer Adams, who has been1 Greentown put up an entirely dif-ill with the flu, is slightly better. ferent brand of ball than was expec : ed of them, they worked togetbe r in Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sommers ae .vondeful form. Thy feature of entertaining friends from Ohio th:s ctn .st was the ability of Zircle aid week. ALi1 of the visitors t connect wiih numerous uncanny long sots. February Special Price, 25c Best quality all Silk Pongee, $1.50 per yard. Raja Silk in tan only, $1.50 per yard. 36 in. Taffetas, all shades and best quality, at $2.25 per yard. 36 in. Messalines, best quality and popular Shades, $2.25 per yard. Monogram, Water Bottle, 2 quart size $2.00 February Special Price, $1.19 Firstaid Kidney Plasters. . .35c February Special Price 25c A. J. Wilson of the Citizens Tele- With the score tied for the first phone company has been quite ill for four minutes of the contest, Zircle and the past week. 'Abell began to bombard the basket it xviil fmr-Yt maHnw tVirf strni-TliT shots that gave Greentown a sub CADET BITTER SWEETS a 60c value As a February Special a full pound of fresh, heavily chocolate coated candy at 39c Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Morris of Mun-cie were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Gift. stantial lead. From this time on both jteams played on even terms The Academy quintet was notice O. E. Curl ess and family drove to The Bee Hive Cash Store STAR BRAND SHOES are Best Quality Because They Are AH Leather THE PIONEER DRUG STORE and spent Howard county Tuesday the dav with friends. THE REXALL STORE XEN H. EDWARDS, Mgr. able off form during the entire contest, probably caused by over confidence. The score at half time was 23 to 11 in favor of Greentown. With the Greentown fray out of the way the locals are determined to re- Mrs. Ed Bertaux is in Mlarion today to witness the production of Mutt and Jeff in Chinatown. verse things on next Wednesday Henry Pearson, father of Mrs. Ella night when the strong Summitville Patterson, is quite ill at their home high school net team will come to the CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our neighbors ! and friends for their kindness and j Mrs. Barnaby Bogue entertained her sister, Mrs. Cora Braunlin, of Marion, Tuesday. j on East Washington street. j Academy gym for a battle. I help during the sickness and death of j our mother. FOR CONGRESS Samuel E. Cook, of Huntington County, Democratic candidate for Congressman in the eleventh district at the election two years ago, is a candidate for re-nomination, and asks your support at the primary May 2, 1922. j Lineup and summary: During the basket ball tournament i Academy Grentown Busing & Co., will be headquarters McCombs Zircle for scores and basket ball news. Rich Freeman Twenty million people have taken Tanlac with the most "gratifying results. H. W. Hahne. PEOPLE L. E. Nolder has been confined to his home for several days on account of iilness.a To the Order of Eastern Star and to the cousins for the beautiful flowers and to the singers, we wish to express our thanks. Lud Leer. Willard Leer. 'Phone 144. i Forwards The Amoma Girls will have a quilt ing party at the home of Mrs. Henry J Centers McCoy Waymire Abell Lewis Woods Brewer Next Tuesday night will be father and son night at the Friends church at which time there will be a supper Barber Thursday evening. Sanford Bannister of Wabash, Merrit Bannister, Kenneth Bannister, Glenn Duffy, Mrs. Sam Parker, Mrs. Charles Poston and Mrs. Mary Hale iat seven o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Christopher had as their afternoon guests Sunday Mr. Charles, the little son of Mr. and j Tanlac's be?t advertising comes ' from people who have actually used it. II. W. Hahne. .Mrs. uienn Campbell, is very ill at his home on North Vine street. William McCormick and Leo Moon will go to Lafayette Tuesday of next week to attend a ereamerv short and airs, bamuel b.tewart, Mr. and j of Lafontaine, have returned to their Mrs. G. W. Kimball, Mrs. John Rush respective homes after having been and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stone and : called here to attend the funeral of children. j the late Mrs. Martha Leer. Virgil Tedrick and familv of Carth- j course. 1- . 1 .3 A f W Mr?. W. W. Ware is in Marion today to attend a meeting of the W. C. T. U. which is being held in the Friends church in South Marion. j j-t cic mc v ftR.-eiKi guests 01 jir. Tedrick's mother, Mrs. John Dare and! Jay McEvoy arrived from Danville, i family, j 111., Tuesday and is the gue?t of his Guards Field goals Zircle 5, Abell 6, Freeman 4, McCombs 5, Rich 1, Edwards 2. Foul Goals McCombs 4, Freeman 1. Substitutions Fairmount, Edwards for Lewis, Cecil for Edwards, Scott for Brewer, Lewis for Rich and Brewer for Scott. Greentown, Sim-onds for Zircle, Zircle for Simonds. Referee, Lewis, Gas City. In a curtain raiser of the evening the Academy Freshmen were defeated 20 to 8 by the Greentown second team plus two of the Greentown varsity subs. The locals put up a hard battle throughout but lack of experience showed very plainly. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McEvov Martha Ratliff, who has been Invitations have been issued by the ! of South M o . it opots may -af-hi cacnir.g in r.ite s Institute, is home : Ensilon Chanter. Phi nltu K5mo ; i 1 , - - to pcnd a week with her mother. Mrs. ! fraternitv to an informal anr- -V,Jr-V ! Mr. and Mrs. G. V. KVnrl.ill .ntor. Ba: Bogue, after whk-h she will is to be given Tuesdav. Feb. 21 in tained Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Kendall Just Received a Large Shipment of Thin Rind Oranges; just right for the sick room. Ann return to where ; Telbax Hall. The music will be ' and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Sturgeon of not last, but our Real Bargains in Things to Eat Always Last ?Lc- will :ni?h her senior year at the ' furnished by Doc Peyton's six ; Indianapolis Sunday. i piece orchestra. John Heavelin, who has been ill for j some weeks, was taken to a sanatorium in Marion preparatory to having i an X-ray examination. Place your order We're selling these oranges at 40c and 60c a dozen, early. Dr. E. B. Couch will read a paper on "Novocain Dermatitis" at a meeting of the Grant County Dental Society which will meet tonight in Marion at the home of Dr. E. A. Ross. CIAL SALE! Miss Nina Davis is suffering from an attack of the influenza and is being cared for by her sister, Mrs. Clara Chaney of Warren. REMEMBER, WE CONTINUE TO GIVE THEATRE TICKETS GOOD AT THE ROYAL, WITH BREAD, THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS $40.00 Pure Worsted Suits SUNDAY SERVICES 30.00 William McCormick, who has been out of school since the first of the year on account of illness, will be able to resume his studies Mondav. vj.uu rure wool 25.00 WESLEYAX CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Class meeting, 10:30 a. m. Preaching, 7 p. m. A Christian welcome to all who will Suits $22.50 and Miss Jessie Wright, domestic science teacher in the high school, who has Common Sense Baking Powder, 2 lbs for 25c Dates in bulk, per lb 20c Graham Crackers, per lb... 15c Corn Flakes, 2 for 25c Sunbeam Flour $1.25 Tip Top Flour 95c Apples Bananas 7Jic Extra Fine Apples, per bushel $3.23 Large Box Rolled Oats.... 25c Peaberry Coffee, . . 25c and 35c Grapes, per lb 30c been very ill is improving and will re- worship with us. sume her school duties soon. I J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. $50.00 Pure Worsted AA Suits $34.00 and JO.UU SPECIAL POTATOES, per Bushel, $1.65 , Mrs. Harley Fritz and Mrs. R. A. I . M. E. CHURCH Morris left this morning for Oxford, j Revival meetings are now in pro-O., where they will be guests of the gross. In spite of the large amount These prices are below wholesale i ord er to close out short ends, and are all year around Woolens: are ; Welch family until Saturday. ! of sickness the interest is god. Meet- 1 ALWAYS BUSY BUT NEVER TOO BUSY TO GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO YOUR ORDER. ! ings will run tnrougn tnis weeK ana probably next week, beginning at 7 o'clock each evening. Everybody is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Christopher had I the following visitors Sunday: Mr. ! and Mrs. James Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. ! G. W. Kendall and Mrs. John Rush. strictly to your measure and carry our guarantee to fit and to be pure wool and perfect in every way. Ribble Bros., of course FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school, 9:15 a. m. ower Bob Lindsay, Prop. Fred Patterson and wife who are here for a visit with Mr. Patterson's mother, Mirs. Ella Patterson, have gone to Indianapolis for a short visit- Phone 11. Preaching, 10:30 a. m. Subject: "Teaching to Young Christians." Junior Mission Band, 3 p. m. Intermediate and Senior departments, 6 p. m. Preaching service, 7 p. m. o Sale Will Jones, who submitted to an operation recently in St, Vincent hospital at Indianapolis, arrived home Wednesday evening and is recuperating nicely. ROYAI Two Days Next Week BAPTIST ANNOUNCEMENTS Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching service, 10:45 a. m., in my farm, 2i miles east of Sumir.:t- I will sell at public sale at le, Irvd., cn V,. Over a quarter of a million well- nf Rv Roland of Andersan. known men and women from different parts of the country have signed written endorsements for Tanlac. H. W. Hahne, B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Preachingi service at 7:30 in charge of Rev. Roland of Anderson. W. I. McKINLEY, Chairman Pulpit committee. Thursday and Friday, Feb, 16-17 The greatest love story of the Ages springs powerfully, tenderly from ALLEN HOLUBAR'S DRAMA-ETERNAL STARRING . Ooirotthy Phillips The February meeting of the Amoma Girls will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ackerman Friday evening when they will entertain at a Valentine party. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Evening service, 7 p. m. A cordial invitation is especially given to the young people of the town as the subject, "Be Prepared" is especially adapted ta the needs of the boys and girls of today. Everybody welcome. MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor. IN 44 Man Woman-Marriage " I The funeral services of the late ! Mrs. Martha Leer were in charge of I Rev. Willie Whitcamper of Elwood. Rev. Whitcamper has officiated at five j funerals in this family. Monday, February 13th AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. The Following Personal Property to Wit: 5 HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of 1 team of black mares, four-year-old, sound, will weigh around 1300 lbs., this pair is well mated and will make, somebody a great team; 1 bay gelding, five-year-old, sound, weighs 1400; 1 brown gelding,, four-year-old, weighs 1450; 1 work care, nine-year-old, a good worker. 40 HEAD EXTRA GOOD BROOD SOWS These sows have all had from 1 to 2 litters of pigs; most of them are pure bred Durocs; all are double imm uned, and will farrow from the middle of February until April 1st. This is on of the best bunches of sows that has been offered in all my travels. ' CATTLE t to 5 head of extra good milk cows; 1 Holstein cow, (with young calf by side) giving a large flow of milk, and some Jersey cows and Shorthorn cows. CORN 5,000 BUSHELS of extra good yellow corn. This corn has all been selected and sorted and is a real bunch of corn. HAY 6 to 8 tons of timothy hay in the mow. STRAW 5ome baled oats straw. IMPLEMENTS, ETC 1 Deering eight-foot binder; 2 fourteen-inch Oliver sulky plows; 2 Oliver single-row cultivators; 1 .McCormick corn binder; 1 stalk cutter, and other articles therein not mentioned. Parties desiring to attend this sale, on Union Traction line, get off at stop number 8, between Fairmount and Summitville; my farm is 1 mile east. I will meet all cars and give you free transportation to and from sale. TERMS A credit of 6 months. Ladies Aid will serve lunch. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible school, 9: 30. Communion, 10:30 Preaching both morning and eve- i Because of the illness of L E. Nolder, the faithful and efficient corres-Jpondent of The Leader-Tribune at 'Fairmount, there has been no news i from that enterprising little city the ning at 7.o'clock. Mid-week prayer service, Wednes- past few days. Mr. Nolder is fast day evening, 7: 30 o'clock. ; rounding into form again and Fair- "God has His best things for the few j mount news will soon be appearing in Who dare to stand the test; ; these columns. Marion Tribune. sHe has a second choice for those You'll See her as WOMAN TRIUMPHANT the mate of a cave-man fierce in her love. The gorgeous Amazon ruling by Mother-Right. You'll sob with her as WOMAN FAILING the slave girl weeping midst barbaric beauties of Pagan courts. The helpless bride of medieval days. You'll cheer her as WOMAN UPRISING the girl mother of today, fighting again the battle of her sex, routing evil forces, struggling from the man shackles of marriage to a new triumph of Mother Right. Told in a Thousand Scenes of Drama, Smiles, Thrills, Vast Panoramas and Intimate Insights unparalleled in Motion Pictures. Thousands of Players! Thousands of Horses! Wild Animals! New Screen Wonders! 9 Unforgetable Reels Barbaric beauties. Pagan dancers. Thousands of scenes that thrill and thralL The screen's newest marvel beyond comparison with anything that has gone before. A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION j Who will not have His best." CARD OF THANKS I Honor your Lord by coming to His We wish to thank our friends and house where He can g,ive you the best, neighbors for their kindness during j H. CLAY BOYTS, Pastor. the sickness and death of our wife and j 1 daughter-in-law, and for the beautiful i I floral offerings. j PURL DEAN, Proprietor FOR RENT j 40-acre farm, about 34 miles east' i AL KAUFMAN, Clerk. DEL. DRESBACH, Auctioneer. Carl Odell, Husband, 'of Fairmount. Phone 163 or 151.1 Mrs. Iva Odell, Mother-in-law Ed M. Hollingsworth, Executor. . i

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