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March 2, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FA-la-'MNT from Mrs. Glenn Henley returned Louisville Wednesday. SUNDAY SERVICES -4 Mayflower Specials From 20 to 25 gallons of 95 per cent, alcohol can be obtained from M CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. are asked to attend the union a ton of dry coniferous wood, such ?For Friday and Saturday as Douglas fir or southern yellow pine. temperance service at the Friends 4 church at 10:30 a. m. The pastor has invited all the boys and girls of the church to meet at 7 p. m., for a special young people's meeting. Evening services at 7:30 p. m. Subject, "The Greatness of the Kingdom of God." MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor. FRESH FISH. Flour $1.03 Canned Peaches in syrup. . , 30c Green Gauge Plums 30c Potatoes $1.65 Winesap Apples, lOIbs .... 70c Sweet Pickles 18c Sour Pickles 30c Dill Pickles 45c Sunbeam Flour $1.35 Sunbeam Coffee 45c Hard water soap, 2 for. 15c Palmolive soap, 3 for 25c Salt Fish, per lb 10c Fig bars 20c The Loyal Women's Class of the Christian church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Noah C. Henegar on South Walnut street. After a short business session there was a program embracing a bible drill which was very interestingv In addition to the class members, Mrs. Addie Winslow and Mrs. Bitner were present to enjoy the meeting. During the social hour light refreshments were served. By buying your Sheeting and Pillow Tubing from us. Sheeting in Brown, Bleached and Half-Bleached in 9-4 and 10-4. Pillow Tubing in 42, 40 and 36 inch and the quality is as good as the best. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school, 9:15 a. m. Preaching, 10:30 a. m. by Rev. Roland. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Stereoptican lecture by Rev. Roland We have everything else for the table in proportion. Anything you buy of us is RIGHT in Quality and in Price. Give us a trial and be convinced. LETTER LIST Letters remaining in the postoffice ' 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. W. I. McKINLEY, Chairman Pulpit Committee. as advertised on February 28, 1922, which if not called for in two weeks will be sen1: to the daad letter office: Miss Ethel Furgerson. W. P. VAN ARSDALL. P. M. ASK ABOUT OUR ALUMNIUM WARE SETS AND HOW TO GET THEM The Bee Hive Cash Store Best Quality STAR BRAND SPECIAL NOTICE Just received a car of blacksmith coal. C. C. Brown, Fairmount. The Mayflower Phone 1 1 Bob Lindsay, Prop. ALWAYS TIME WELL SPENT M. E. CHURCH Sunday school at 9:30. Public worship at 10:30. Junior League at 2:30. Epworth League at 6:00. At 7 o'clock Rev. Edgar Moore will give an illustrated sermon showing the various activities of the church. This will be both interesting and instructive. Everybody is invited. C. B. SWEENEY, Pastor. "Cleanup Week," as an Institution, ! Mrs. Mary Gardner was the guest of relatives in Jonesboro over Sunday. E0PLE Get your Tanlac where they've gjot it. H. W. Hahne. (-Wu 3 Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless spent PuaMic Sale! Should Be a Feature of Every Town and Village. Cleanliness, as we have been reliably Informed, Js next to godliness. And community cleanliness Is just as Important as Individual cleanliness. If we are to have a pleasant, healthful and decent city to live In. Milwaukee has always occupied an enviable position among the cities of the country for Its civic tidiness, and the annual institution known as "cleanup week" has helped materially to this happy state of affairs. We have been having a salutary Wednesday at Point Isabel. FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school, 9:15. Morning service will be in charge of J. E. Martin and the congregation of the Congregational church ' will home James Watt is very sick at hii Perm street. Miss Leonie Day had as her Sun- Mrs. Birch Miller is visiting rela-:day uets Misses Lillian Dunbar andunite with the Friends in this service, Maude Kimbrough. ! which is the Anti-Saloon League k?ves in Anderson. Field Day. Mr. Martin, an attorney Terre 'innncctwl with tVio lexral rfpnartmpnt Miss Dorothy Luther is in James Watt of Penn street is ser-?oas!v ill at his home. Haute where she is the guest of Rev, Don Tullis and family. Of the Anti-Saloon League, is an interesting and entertaining speaker, the Dewey Smith of Radley was Sar.day guest of Mrs. Ida Lewis. J Mrs. Samuel Kimes, who was oper- well posted in matters pertaining to ! the cause of prohibition and will give a splendid talk. Inasmuch as the enemies to temperance were nver so "cleanup" In respect of the moral sur- roundlngs of the city. A good deal of j rubbish has been dragged out and done J away with and stray corners are still ' being explored and tidied up with ex- j cellent results in so far as the moral i atmosphere Is concerned. Milwaukee j Sentinel. j I I ated on for a growth in the nose re- Sliss Leora Boeue has been quite ill cer.tlv. is reported to be dointr niceK- it her home on East First street. We, the undersigned will sell at Public Auction on the B. II. Norton farm, 26 miles north of Fowlerton, 5 miles southeast of Jonesboro, 6 miles east of Farrmount on the Eighth street road, and one mile north, on Wednesday, March 8th the following property, sale to begi n at 10:30 o'clock a. m . 6 HORSES One brown horse, 12-years-old, good worker, weight 1250; one bay mare, 11-years-old. good worker, weight 1200; one light sorrel horse, 11-years-old, good worker, weight 1200; one black horse, 8-years-old, good worker, weight 1250; one black mare, good individual, 11-years-old, weight 1550; one black mare, weight 1100 pounds, good worker. 6 HEAD CATTLE One Jersey cow, giving good now of milk, a good one; one Jersey cow, due to calf March 6; one Jersey a. I Shorthorn, a good one, due to calf in June; one Jersey heifer, 1-y .; i-old; one Jersey and Shorthorn heifer, 1 -year-old. These are p..:.. are bred. One calf, 1 0-week s-old. Tanlac will overcome that run down debilitated condition and make Albert Shugart was in Fairmount calling on Slonday on business and friends. FOILING SMALL BOY j you feel just like your old self again, j II. W. Hahne. well organized nor had more efficient leadership than at the present time, it is especially desired that a large attendance greet this noted speaker when he comes. Junior Mission Band, 3 p. m. Intermediate and Senior departments, 6 p. m. Evening service, 7 p. m. Mr?. Ella Buchtel was in Marion 9Toniay on business connected with fcer hat shop. tie Tk Km l! i Mr. ar.d Mrs. E. M. Leach of Ma-jrion and T. B. Dicken of Van Buren iwere Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCombs. Mr. and Mrs. John Parsons of Sway see were puests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M Tuitliff Sunclav. WESLEYAN CHURCH. The revival meetinjr will continue Dwight Fcwler, who has been quarantined for scarlet fever at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fowler, has Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCombs enter- cf ; entirely recovered and the quarantine I has been lifted. tsined Mr. and Mis. Roe Leach Blarion Sundav. Because small boys do not seem to be able to refrain from throwing stones, the Los Angeles park commission has protected the glass covered rules and regulations by heavy wire screens. Pcpular Mechanics over the Sabbath with the usual ser- vices prevailing. Sunday school at 9:30 with preaching at 10:30 and 7. ; Through the week we have m?etings ! at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and 7:15 in the evening. The much needed revival is coming. It is not yet too j late for many more to enlist with us !in the conflict for spiritual victory. !a11 lovers of God and righteousness 1 HEAD OF HOGS 2 Duroc sows, due to farrow last half March; one Big Type Poland gilt, due to farrow last half March; one Duroc sow, bred. CHICKENS 13 dozen chickens, more or less, Plymouth Rock and Buf Orphingiton; 10 chicken' coops, good ones; 500 bushels, more or less, good yellow corn. IMPLEMENTS Two wagions, in good shape; two sets hay ladders with beds, in good shape; one corn planter, 80 rods wire, good shape; one wagon bed with two sets side boards, good shape; one Little Dutchman sulky, nearly new; two cultivators, good shape; one 10-foot steel frame harrow. F.an.a Sellers has moved his family I )Irs- Don Bailey and daughter Miss to Fort Wayne where he has employ- 'Marion of Poitland, have returned rrent as a barber. home after spending a few days with J the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prof. Otto T. Hamilton, accom- George Barrick. anied by Mrs. Hamilton, is in Chica-' . t rT. are welcome. With awful crimes i nae iah.cn eignt ooiues oi lan- i i j . . Jrt i prevailing and the Broad Way to las and have actually gained 40 ; F . , , ' , . - - . i v .. death teeming with souls soon to be rounds in weight and feel better and : ' . , jro this week attending the meetings f the National Association of Public School Superintendents. all that is ! lost forever to God and work harness, good buggy harness, i two STmncer than T havp -felt hefnro m I HARNESS Two double sets brass-mounted shape; one double set chain harness, two sets Columbus buggies, good shape. awake as c n y-v tt ri ' eood. it is hieh time we Queen E.-Ther market, one week from Saturday, March 11. At Swift's creamery. Plenty of good tlvnes to mt, cakes, salads, etc. of Nashville, Tenn. H. W. Hahne. ! Christians and prove the sincerity o. lour Christian faith and profession. , , . , The God of our Fathers will not fore- Mrs Farley Fntz and guests, Mr. sake ug Let ug not forsake Him. Practical City Planning. There is n mystery whatever Sihov.t city planning. It is only the application of common sense business methods to the development of a city. Too frequently city planning has been understood in this country as relating merely to the esthetic side of city improvement and city development. We must get rid of that notion. The element of beauty, of course, must never be overlooked, but It would be more to the point to fix as the goal of a city plan the Idea of making the city a more practical city. Real city planning must Inevitably deal more with the practical than with the beautiful. It must aim for better and more attractive living conditions. Charles F. Coffin. ! "enr rou "no are lsl"n JCome to the revival meetings. Come drove to Fort Misses June Zimmer and Onal ; here from Missouri, not to criticise nor to be an indiffer- ONE FIVE-PASSENGER FORD, IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER TERMS All sums under $10, cash in hand. All sums over $10, six months time, purchaser gtiving m'e with approved security bearing 8 per cent, interest. James O. Howell & Virgil Carmony FIIANK HZLFi:, Auctioneer. EARL ALLEN, Clerk. returned home Powers visited their grandmother, Wayne Monday and Mrs. Grr rge Powers, at the Marion ; Wednesday, tospital Sunday. ent on-looker, but to join with the minister and your fellow-Christians for the salvation of a multitude and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Downinei en- Uko etrorxrthonin? of all mir local John T. flimbrough, a well known . tertained at S,unday dinner the fol- j churches. Old time humility, love, farmer living on the John Borrev lov ing guests: Mr. and Mrs. George and sacrifice, will bring old time Conway of Swayzee, Mr. and Mrs. j power and blessing. William Karwin of Marion and Misses j j COLEMAN Pastor. farm east of town, remains in a very erious condition, following a stroke paralysis some time ago. He is gradually growing weaker. I Lavena Smiley and Mary Seright. Elilllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllin Donna Jean, the baby daughter of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heck, submitted to ! The Loyal Women's Bible class et with Mrs. N. C. Heneear on a mastoid and adnoid operation Mon Kawanis Community Fund Benefit Royal Theatre i Sooth Walnut street Monday after- day afternoon at a hospital in Indian- i aoni After the business session a apolis. The mother has been with ieiightful social hour was spent, a the little one for two weeks in In-Venth consisting of sandwiches, coffee, . dianapolis and was joined by Mr. cmke and fruit salad was served by Heck Sunday. The latest report f&e hostess. Mrs. Bitner and Mrs. states that Donna Jean had recovered Cinslow were visitors. from the anesthetic in good shape. 1 LAST TIME TONIGHT I PRESENTING I . PRISCILLA DEAN in Political Announcements 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. FOR STATE SENATOR Alfred Hogston authorizes the announcement of his name as a candidate for the nomination for state senator from Grant county in the Indiana General Assembly, subject to the decision of the Republican primary election to be held on May 2, 1922. For Sheriff Frank C Tukey, who has served several years as deputy sheriff, and who has seen active service in the U. I TREPUT AHO SPECIAL SALE! aiss,,.. woo $35.00 All Pure Wool Suite $22.50 and iO.vUW $50.00 Pure Worsted C Ofty Smto $34.00 and $p&&.VV 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 Broo., of course S. Army, as well as law enforcement work for both the state and federal government, authorizes the announcement of his name as a candidate for nomination for sheriff of Grant county, subject to the decision of the Republican primary election to be held on May 2, 1922. Eugene Hubbard's Screen Adapatation of the Great Novel, "False Colors." EE Proceeds from these two nights to be used by Kiwanis as the foundation of a fund EE EE to be used exclusively for community interests. Fairmount needs a big public park, needs j EE a community house, and has other needs for the advancement of the general community EE EE interests. EE Tickets for sale by each member of the Kiwanis club. Proceeds from tickets sold EE - by them go into this fund. Buy your tickets in advance. Tickets good eitehr night. i If you can't go the first night, tickets will be good the second. , EE .. . . .... . . .. 11 You Will Want to Sec thb Great Picture. Comedy f H Picture Also. Admiccion 30c, including the war Tax. H COUNTY ASSESSOR John W. Pittenger, of Center township, authorizes the announcement of his name as a candidate for the nomination for County Assessor, subject to the decision, of the Republican 1 primary election to be held on May 2, 1922. !J,l,,,,"f"llll m: ::::::n:::::

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