The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on February 27, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, February 27, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Brown is reported seri- IIIIIIIIXTITlIITIIIIITIIffi Mrs. Will ously ill. Royal Theatre Pearl Buller continues very ill with pneumonia. THOUSANDS PLEDGE SUPPORT TO NEW SENATOR'S SPLENDID RECORD OF SERVICE TO STATE AND NATION ENDORSED. TUESDAY, FEB. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Alva Huston have returned to Kokomo after being here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Huston's grandfather, Silas Adkins. N m Elsie Ferguson Based on the original story by Robert Baker. Also Snub Polard comedy ORGANIZING OVER STATE FOR PRIMARIES IN MAY 'Gone to the Country," and Pathe Review. Rev. J. H. Vinson celebrates the aniversary of his birth the same day the nation celebrates that of the Father of his country Feb. 22, and in honor of the event, .Mrs. S.allie Heas-ton entertained at dinner on that date, Mrs. Daisy Welbourn of Marian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vinson, was an out of town guest. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 1 Thousands of Republicans in all parts of Indiana have expressed their approval of the record of United Pat- H Priscilla Dean j 2 4 Lous Ura- At greatly reduced prices. All Linen Toweling at 35c, 30c, 25c and 20c per yard. See our All Linen Toweling that we are selling at 20c and 25c yer yard. Linens for Fancy Work 18 in. width round thread bleached Linen, per yard 60c. 20 in. width, round thread bleached Linen, per yard 65c. 36 in. bleached linen at $1.75 and $1.25 per yard. Don't buy your linens until you get our prices. fhe Bee Hive Cash Store Don't buy your Shoes until you see the all leather line STAR BRAND Grant County News In Brief ma, "REPUTATION" starring the most dynamic personality in motion pictures. Also Star Comedy -Westward Whoa!" SATURDAY, MARCH 4. Fniri Rpnnett in "StePPins LrlllU DCilllCll Out." Also Mack Sen- States Senator Harry S. New and have pledged themselves to support the Senator for renomination at the May primaries, according to word received here from over the state. Included among those who have pledged their support to Senator New and who have endorsed his past record as a member of the United States senate are many former Progressives farmers, business men, working men; and, in fact, representatives of every class of citizens making up the electorate. Senator New is regarded as one of the Republican party's most indispensable leaders in the senate and his friends point out that his renomination and re-election are vitally necessary to the party's success in handling the difficult problems confronting it at Flowers for the beautiful nett comedy, "Hearts and Flowers," the bride, but save your hearts for bathing girls. Because there has been no appreciation made for the building, Judgie J. Frank Charles, in the Grant circuit court, has granted an injunction restraining George Mark, trustee of Richland township, from taking any further steps toward the acquiring of ground for the construction of a new school building near Mier. The W. C. T. U. of Jonesboro will Evenings, 7 and 8:30 Saturday Matinee, 2:30. Mrs. Mary Haisley and daughter Marabelle are quite ill with the Washington, especially In the restoration of national prosperity. EOPLE i hold a gold medal contest in the Jones- bor M. E. church on Sunday evening, March 5, which will be in charge of Miss Grace Andrews. Mrs. Clark Miller has come from Alliance, O., to Fairjnount for pent Saturday Handfield, the Palmer Ice has resigned from the Citizens State Bank. perrect narmony and accord with the Harding administration, and If nominated and elected, we have every reason to believe that none other could serve and will serve the people of Indiana better than Senator New." Hundreds of similar endorsements, all praising Senator New's record as a statesman and as a thorough-going American and Republican, have been made. Many ex-service men, knowing the senator's record as a soldier during the Spanish-American war, are backing him for another term in the senate. Franklin township agricultural association meeting, which was to have been held Tuesday, has been indefinitely postponed because the assembly room of the new consolidated school at Roseburg is not yet ready for use. Mrs. Hort Ribble ; night and Sunday in guest of her parents. oe:st to swap norses while crossing the river. "In morale, industry, economics and politics, our, country is still in a turbulent sea, far from port, and needs Its experienced crew. By his ability, strong personality and statesmanship. Senator New has attained great Influence in the United States senate and with President Harding and I feel it a duty and a privilege to thus express my convictions and judgment." James V. Ramsey of Washington, Ind., said: "Harry New is old enough for me and I suggest that we keep him in the senate until h grows older. This is the sentiment of a veteran of the Civil war who voted for Lincoln in Kentucky in I860." John Lindsey and wife are of a fine new Hudson sport car. George Vinson of Muncie called upon his sister, Mrs. Jane Olfield and other Fairmount friends last week. 555 FARMERS ENTER TON LITTER CLUB Isaiah Jay has a line of new and tip-to-date wall paper at right prices. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dav went to ! Alexandria today to uend the funer-' al of Thomas Day, uncle of Isaac Day. Fifty-Eight Counties Represented in Enrollment of Hog Growing Contest 1 j Mrs. Wayne rowler has received a postal card from Mrs. Bruce Leroy I who is enjoying the winter months at 'St. Petersburg, Fla. Mi?? Mary E. Hollingsvvorth entered business college at Marion this wt-c-k. Oliver Bitner and wife of Elwood, were the week-end guests of Mrs. Bitner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett ! Parker. Miss Caroline Adams of Marion was the week-end guest of Miss Lois Fankboner. Thomas Pauer, well-known busi- ness man of Lafayette, Ind., in j endorsing Senator New's record, I said: "I strongly favor Senator ; New's renomination in the May pri- ! mary. I might state many reasons for I favoring Senator New but my princi- j pal reason for favoring him is due to I HARRY S. NEW and President Hard SENATOR Senator New Will A. Taylor, foreman of The Fairmount News, was called to Lafayette last Thursday by the illness and subsequent death of his father. The funeral was held this morning at Lafayette. R. C. Wood and fr "liy will move soon from the Eaton L.::i near Hack- , Five hundred and fifty-five have en-, rolled in the Hoosier Ton Litter Club . which is being sponsored by the In- diana Livestock Breeders' Association land the Agricultural Extension Department of Purdue University. I These men are scattered in 5S coun- ties but upwards of 500 of them are found in 29 counties. The object of ' the club is for the entrant to get a i litter of pigs to the ton mark inside The regular monthly business session of the Baptist church will be h- Id Wednesday night. Orville Wells and Lawrence Buller fettended the funeral of Chris Rybolt which was held at Lafontaine Friday afternoon. the fact that during the troublesome times and since, he was one of the senators that was everlastingly on the job. ing are close personal friends, the latter fully appreciating the value , of Senator New's advice on national problems. Although he has had several invitations to become a member of the President's cabinet. Senator New has declined the honor at the urgent request of Republican leaders in the senate who have been closely associated with him in the shaping ol important legislation. Friends of Senator New point out J. C. Corbin and daughter Maude, who have had severe attacks of the ' ixjtfuc-nza, are improving. i ilcman to the Ben Dickey farm south "I regard Senator New as one who j Mrs. P. H. O'Mara and daughter Miss Gladvs witnessed a rtrodnction west of Fairmount. Is a thorough-goine nenuhiican pti tv cr-r.-h, TV. . . w, ; t of six months from -farrowing date Thursday afternoon. i Clinton county leads with an enrollment of 39 and Sullivan is second Mr. and Mr. Lincoln S.tookey, who have been spending the winter in Oxford, O., returned to Fairmount Sat- uru, ! jslsaiah Jay can beat Marion prices ' to you on all grades of furniture. Why not? His overhead expense is not one-tenth of Marion dealers. Word ha? bven received here that former resident of Pr.u! Guirr.up, a J that his leadership, coupled with the j fact that he is so close in the counsel j of the President himself, make him j unusually desirable for another term as a senator from Indiana. It is j pointed out that Senator Xew's quiet, I unassuming way has cost him some i notoriety, although his service to the i state and nation has been of inestima at his heme in Miehi- Fanrr.rMint died gs'1. I.-. si week. The Missionary Societv of the with 35. while Morgan is third with 2S and Allen fourth with 26. Fulton and Adams have 24 each, Miami and Wells 22 apiece, Rush is ninth with 1 21 and Montgomery tenth with 19 j entrants. Records kept on 52 In- diana farms last year by farm bureau members in co-operation with Purdue? , animal husbandry workers and county agents show that a weanling pig( in a : litter of four costs twice as much as Friends church will be held Thurs- - f ti-.o ..,-tT- v,Jday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mrytle Winslow on South Mill street. Ru-'xkah lodge will go to Matthews ;esday evening to attend a session of the Matthews lodge. Mrs. Mable Cudworth and baby, who have been visiting relatives in Indian- a weanling pig in a utter ot seven or 'apolis, will return home today. The!e5frht These recorcs also show that The regular meetinc of the Rebekah lv.oge on r.ext Wednesdav night will j bab wno was taken quite ill after he an important session and it is ure- I arriving in Indianapolis, is much im- i proved. entire membership turn ed that the out. ble value. These friends emphasize the fact that Senator New's ability to co-operate with the national administration with the end of getling highly necessary business transacted is far more needed at this time than is the work ot an obstructionist. Timothy Nicholson of Richmond, Ind., in urging the renomination and re-electicn of Senator New, said: "Hon. Senator Harry S. New should be renominated in May and re-elected in November as United States senator for another term. In June, 1864, when President Lincoln was urged to change the commander-in-chief of the Union forces, he replied: 'It is not 11 1 r P.-.scitu tm S' i DEAN fejr ' If - . in. , P-P 5 W; I Imputation' Mr ff arj uftUraa. r the man who markets a litter of seven rather than a litter of four makes at least $1.00 more p-rr Hundred on his hogs than the man who markets a litter of four. "Big Litters big profits" is the message that it is hoped the Ton Litter Club will carry to Indian Farmers. Gold medals will be given those reaching the ton litter class; silver medals to those attalningi the 1800 to 2000 pound class, and bronze medals to those who get hogs to the 1600-1800 pound division. EiaillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM Miss .Merle barter, who is a con-Charles Scott, a Chicago attorney j testant for prizes offered by a Chica-and a former Fairmount young man. i newspaper for the best essay on has been making a short visit with ! George Washington, had the distinct his father, O. R. Scott, who "has beenihonor of having her contribution seriously ill for some time. j printed in the Thursday issue of the j paper. The prizes will be awarded Miss Ethtl miley, who teaches t later. Miss Carter is a student of school in Montpelier, was home for j Fairmount high school. the week end and had as her guest j Miss Ethel Ader. who is also a teacher ! Mr- and Mrs- Charles Stephens en-in the Montpelier school. jtertained at a surprise party Sunday - jfor their son Russell, honoring his William fjimons, who was thrown 23rd birthday anniversary The afair ta the ground and suffered a broken was in the nature of a six oVocV d;n-rft and a fTh on the forehead be- ner and the dinin". rom and table cse of a fractious horse he was wrre brightened by Easter flowers, leading to water on Sunday of last t Those present were Misses Lorene week, is able to be up and around, and , Blue, Gladys Ruff ell and Thelma Wal-while he still suffers from the effect ker of Marion, and Messrs De.vey of tho accident, he is progressing ! Smith, Art Singleton and Russell ieely toward recovery. Stephens. 1 Kawanis Community oya Tatfe m Fund Benefit Wednesday and Thursday Nights, March 1 and 2 g PRESENTING NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3821. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Algernon R. Long, deceased, to appear in the Grant Circuit Court, held at Marion, Indiana, on the 6th day of March, 1922, and show cause, if any, why the FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS with the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this 11th day of February 1922. S. A. CONNELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. Feb. 13-20-27. PRISCILLA DEAN in I filSTTTi iss yy i i it w m m .v' mm m m m a Eugene Hubbard's Screen Adapatation of the Great Novel, "False Colors." SPECIAL SALE! SffisIL .$30.00 $35.00 All Pure Wool (2E! fTrfb Suits $22.50 and O.UO $50.00 Pure Worsted CP Trfh Suite $34.00 and Jp&AJiU) These prices are below -wholesale in order to close out short ends, and are all year around Woolens; are made strictly to your measure and carry our guarantee to fit and to be pure wool and perfect in every way. Ribble Bros., of course Proceeds from these two nights to be used by Kiwanis at the foundation of a fund to be used exclusively for community interests. Fairmount needs a big public park, needs a community house, and has other needs for the advancement of the general community interests. Tickets for sale by each member of the Kiwanis club. Proceeds from tickets sold by them go into this fund. Buy your tickets in advance. Tickets good eitehr night. If you can't go the first night, tickets will be good the second. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3687. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Robert A. Seward, Deceased, to appear in the Grant Circuit Court, held at Marion, Indiana, on the 20th day of March 1922, and show cause, if any why the FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS with the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this 25th day of February 1922. S. A. CONNELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. You Wai Want to See this Great Picture. Comedy jj Picture Also. Admission 30c, including the war Tax. j Lil ::;i!iiiiiii;!iin;;;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin jFeb. 27, March 6-13.

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