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THE FA-lfclOLNT ..LV.'U ixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxr XXXXH I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eaton of Point I Isabel spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Day at their home on Hen-' ley avenue Grant County News M H Royal Theatre In Brief ave Moiniey Mrs. Jane Templeton who has been ill for some time at her home on South Mill street was taken to the Grant county hospital last week. The Upland Commercial Club, which has been endeavoring: to se- cure the location of a tractor factory Tuesday, March 7th, D. W. Griffith's Presentation H !R IN 1M N M H Thillip Cmmer and wife have "at town, nas ieen lorcea to give moved from Wabash county near P the job. It was not able to rabe Lagrw into the Marley property on the required amount of money. While North Main street which they recent- j the tractor proposition was considered ly purchased, i a PVod thing. Upland money seemed shy of investment just at this time. W. G. Moon, who with his wife has ' been spending several months in De- A mass meeting was held in Mat-troit, returned Sunday night to his thews last week to consider the mat-home here foi an indefinite stay. ' tor of dividing Jefferson township Mrs. Moon itmained in Detroit. j-and making two townships, so that . j Matthews might be in one, and Up- The Auxiliary of the O. E. S. will 1 iamj jn the other. It is said that "Scarlet Days" Arwrp"c"C With wonderful cast, Richard Barthelmass, Claire Seymour, Georpe Faucett, Ralph Graves. Coral Dempster in a dramatic entertainment of the Old West that keeps the red blood dancing:. Added Attractions Snub Polard Ccmedy, "Sweet By and By," and Pathe Review. THURSDAY, MARCH 9th M M H M H H M H H H H M H H M M H 14 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. H M meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock j there is considerable sentiment in h HARRY CAREY - "?ATE y4 A man's love for little children that spurns him on through 4 all danger. Also Century comedy, featuring the famous Baby Peggy in "Get Rich Quick Peggy." : at the home of Mrs. Samuel Leer on j favor of the proposition. Henley avenue. This is the regular j monthly ression of the organisation.! Marion will entertain the 1923 con- 1 j jvention of the Indiana Farmers' and I The funeral services of the late Grain Dealers Association, the 1922 John T. Kimbrough, a well known convention in session in Wabash last j M The Bee Hive Cash Store Best Quality ST BRAND farmer who resided southeast, ot ; yret-k voting to accept Marion's invita- Fairmount, were held from the resi- tion. donee Fridav morning and burial was ; . M Saturday, Hnrnt hv fi i s h N H march nth luru l II y vj i n j in "Turning the Tables" j Im-i!c in Park eemeterv. Alonr.o Coddineton, who is wanted Don't dare to miss it. One big, long, side-achy laugh. Also Mack Sennett Comedy "Trying to Get Along." j j in Grant county on a ehargso of child j Mrs. Torter Adkinson has received ! desertion, was arrested in Paulding, I word from her brother, Burl Cox, , Ghio, Friday, and Deputy Sheriff I who submitted to an operation at the , Winchell went to the Ohio town Sat-Mayo Brothers hospital in Rochester, urdav bringing him back to Grant j Minn., a little mort than a week ago COunty. I for a tumor on the kidney, that he is 1 H H H H Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd fjunday, March 5, a baby girl. Good Music to Correspond With Pictures. Musician D. M. Headrick ! T r- nn.t I T 11 -i ari er aSr to bo; it rrr r rrrw ic ti. i" V.i nil ..p .'convalescing nioely and hopes home within thice weeks. pnng Sunday. H Saturday Matinee, 2:30. Evenings, 7 and 8:30 M GIVEN ENDORSEMENT i Mrs. Roseoe Kircher is visiting re- 1 MRS. CLAUDE CAREY lativ in XWth tat-.-hpstpr an.l GIVES SOX A SURPRISE. Candidacy of Huntington County Man For Congress Sanctioned by Home Democratic Club . r , 1 . 1 . . 1 - - . ! Lake ton. I .irs. viauae arvy piaunvu ami ei.v successfully surprised her son, James Miss Velma Briles was home from The members of the Rebekah I Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless spent I Weaver, en Saturday March 4, it be- ;o j & i - r - , r r . l .1 . u 1. : 1. ) ... At a recent meeting of the Hunt- at lodiTP request that there be a good at- ... , . . . t. :inrton Democratic club the candidacy the Indiana state normal scnooi of Alexandria. The puests were mostly the members ( - jmM rt.i At school and includ- ul ,uuv "" "..t.- . Muncle for the week end. Our new Spring suitings are in Come in and look them over. We make them to your own measure. Our prices are reasonable and we gi e you best w ork-msnhip. style, and quality of material. tendance at the regular meeting of j the organization next Wednesday eve-, ning, as there will be drill practice sentative m coneress irom ine r.iev-, ! Mr. and Mrs. John Gift of Jones- .,i f.iir,x-n TTai-rtM J Rullr the ' lx.ro were ruosts of Glenn Gift and poyte Rics. Benjamin Babb, Jack c,nth Jistrict w;s PProvod, Hal Langsdon, who is taking a dorsement cominsr as a surprise tamuy ;uutay. Leminsr, Charles Hollinjrsworth, Wil- preparatory for the district convention of the lodges of Grant and Madi- course at the Indiana Dental college . t . ; Ham Smith, O. M. Bevinjrton. Kenneth Isaiah Jay carries a complete line Wl.ifht rhilip Taylor and James be held in at Indianapolis, came home to attend ft0n counties which will the tornament at Marion. j April. of wall paper, rugs, j ixsses ar.d beds. nnoieum, mat- Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Phillips, grandparents of .Tames, were 251 RIBBLE BROS. (of course) aiso present to enjoy me surprise. Misses Iva Louise Taylor and Mary Weirauch assisted the hostess in sere- ! We are all ready for business at Jays furnture store, two blocks north of Sjate Batik corner. , mjr reiiesiimcnts wnicn cvnsistei oi H. Parker is er.tertaininc ice cream and cake. James received Mrs. E. Mayflower Specials TO START THE WEEK v. . UPLE slu r father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. ; many nice pifts and the boys enjoyed :U; :ht i T Indianapolis. Kod time. HR. HENLEY SENDS Bom to Mr. arul JIrs, Bannister, Judsre Cook. The indorsement was as follows: "To the democracy of the Eleventh congressional district: '"The Huntinyr'on County Democratic club, representing S00 democrats, indorses the candidacy of Judjre Samuel E. Cook for the nomination for eonsrrcss on the democratic ticket. "Mr. Cook is a life-lonjr democrat, has always been a progressive democrat, and has always fousrht reactionary policies. He owes no allegiance to any corporate or special interest. He stands for a four-square deal for the interest of the farmer and the laboring men of the district and the nation. He is amply qualified for the honorable position to which he aspires, and the democracy of Huntington county is for and behind the candidacy of Judge Samuel E. Cook an 1 feels that his nomination this year means that the Eleventh district will be represented in the halls of congress after March 4. with a man and NOW living vest if town anJ formrrlv Ait V gsvipti: vv of KIWANIS ORAXKKS. a Last week a bi box of tine oransres jwas received by the Kiwanis club ? t aumount. ev.nes:av CVsrli Btas'ty left Saturday for ten-pound Ky. H. l.t.. on a rustness trip. , from Dr. Glen Henley, who is spend- Mr. ar.d Mn. Earl Rybolt and Mr. 1 jng-( the winter in Florida in order rd Mrs. Ben Rybolt of Portersvi'le that ho may recuperate from a severe pcr.t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. illness with which he was seriously ill Mrs. .T;-.-i Troon and -on Charlie attacks of Corn Flakes 2 for 15c Peaches, peeled, per lb.. ...20c Prunes, large, per lb 20c Prunes, small, per tt t."c Raisins, seedless, per Ib....2"c Raisins, seeded, per lb 2"c Dates, special, per lb 13c Apricots, choice, per lb 35c Rio Coffee, per lb.. 15c and 20c Poaberry and Java, per lb. .35c Tea, per lb 30c to 70c Kookwood Coffee, per lb... 35c Sunbeam Coffee, per lb.... 43c Trj- a box of Rookwood lea, 20c P. & G. and Kirk's Flake soap, 5 bars for 28c Grandma's White soap, 3 bars for 25c Cleanser, 2 cans for 15c Foot tuhs, special 50c 5 pounds SHgar 35c Fresh eggs, per dozen 20c Swans Down cake flour.... 38c Pulverized Sugar, 21b for.. 23c the Curless. Otto Ve!s sr.d son Bi ison are qtiito Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tark. whe at his homo in Fairmount for several weeks before lie was able to make the , ttin to the south. The oranjres are exceptionally fine ones ar.d Secretary Clyde Lewis says that any one bavin? n Bu. k eve u. ; t ,c:i ar.d have Ken vistinp Mr. ar.vl Mrs. Reu-i l en Frit?, returned to their home in i ects. SprinsrfU-ld. Mo.. Thursday nia:ht. sickness in the family where the Mi. ar.d Mrs. Leo Kir.tes an I Miss i 1 . ...1 K il... patient micht be benefited bv an or- "" " i l ange is invited to cad at the ParriU "ct can well bo proud. Le-or.ie Day drove to Marion Friday to d the da v. Mis Eloise Thompson of Cleveland, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. : & Lewis furniture store where the or- Fruits and Vegetables of all Kinds. j William Gregg, has gone to vis- aWrc as long as Miss Lcr.a Au'.t of Anderson anges will be given out they last. Lola Fleming ar.vl her brother, Rurch Mi!!er. Mr. and Mrs. William Gresrsr and WE DO NOT SUBSTITUTE OR MISREPRESENT WHAT WE HA R LEY FRITZ ENLARGES SCOPE OF HIS BUSINESS. Harley Fritz, who has purchased the stock of the Franklin Stores Company, on North Main street, and who has announced that he will continue the grocery business on the cash and carry plan as already established, is Political Announcements ,vn Junior have returned to their Born to Mr. and Mrs. David Weaver ih me in Marion after a three week's f South M J1 street Saturday morn-J visit with David Gregg and family. tag a nine ani three-epjarter pound ( baby boy. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Vinson were FOR CONGRESS Samuel E. Cook, of Huntington The Mayflower u ailed to Union City by the death of , County, Democratic candidate for j making arrangements to enlarge the scope of his business by putting in a full line of dry goods. Phone 1 1 Isaac vvoc.;aere. wno has been v;sit-Rev. Vinson's sister, Mrs. Catherine 1 Congressman in the eleventh district ir.g h-.s son Charles Goodacre ar.d j Wease which occurred Saturday morn- ' t the election two years ago. is a ether relatives and friends, has re-ing. i candidate for re-nomination, and asks turned to his home ir. Hopeston, 111. " -your support at the primary May 2, Bob Lindsay, Prop PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS Alva Pmaree. wVi,- ra Kapfc tn !lo- Mrs- Mary E. Tulley, mother of place of business for a dav after' t - - oeen .rartianv ret--i-vriTir' frvm a l.-ino- rir ! Mrs. W. A. Taylor, who has EulllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllli FOR STATE SENATOR - - . - - . . . . . and is I Alfred Hogston authorises the announcement of his name as a candi- of illness, suffered a relapse again confined to his home. making an extnded visit at the Taylor homo, left Saturday for her home in Lafayette. l date for the nomination for state sen Mr. and Mr. Henry R cuar l -n and later from Grant countv in the Indiana 1 A eh eh u n c e mnieitM Mrs. Edgar M. Baldwin vrent to In- ?rn an I M s W U S;vt of M rion, j General Assembly, subject to the de-ii:srarolis Thursday whore she w:lli? i.0 Wf re here to attend the fw eral ? cision of the Republican primarv elec- oe ire sest oi naries t.. Kusn. puo-. 0f the late John T. Kimbrough Fri- tion to be held on Mav 2, 1922. nc iiDranan. r.nt tanr.'y, ar.d ot her Ktay. were dinner guests of Mrs. Nel tieiee Miss Zola Beasley, a member of lie Buck. the Shcrtridge high school faculty. We now have on display the most complete line of oil stoves ever shown in Fairmount. New prices guaran- Mrs. Hugh Dee Pope, nee Zonda Zike, has been confined to her bed for the past two weeks, according to. teed until Sept, 1 Make your selec- For Sheriff Frank C Tukey, who has served several years as deputy sheriff, and who has seen active service in tie U. S. Army, as well as law enforcement work for both the state and federal government, authorites 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. irord received by her parents, and is i tion now and hare delivery made later. rery ill with rheumatism. Mrs. Parrill & Lewis. Zifre will probably go to Michigan the first of this week to be at her bedside. We have just received from the press our lv'SZ spring catalogue or rugp, linoleums, etc.. this is a wonder Having purchased the stock of the Fairmount Branch of the Franklin Stores Company, I will continue the business on the already establish- EE ed Cash and Carry plan. I will at all times carry a full line of 1 Staple and Fancy Groceries and tj Freeh and Cured Meats EEs of all kinds. In addition I will in a few days add a complete at H Dry Goods Department 5 where the ladies of Fairmount and vicinity will find everything in the g Dry Goods line to satisfy their wants. PRICES AND QUALITY WILL 5s? PLEASE YOU. ful piece of art and will be a great help to any one selecting your 'floor coverings. Ask us about it. ParriU COUNTY ASSESSOR John W. Pittenger, of Center township, authorizes the announcement of hi nnmp a ranrtirln to t or Did nnm . TTre lad es Aid of the M. E. church mil held a St. Patricks Social at the liome of Mrs. Al Dreyer on East Washington street Wednesday, March 8, at 2 p. . This will -be in the nature of a silver offering. Attractive invitations in green and shaped like a shamrock have been issued by the ladies. & Lewis. Parrill & Lewis are now offering . ,ni.Uon for runtv AssSSor. ,hWt wonderful values in rugs and lino- in fKo H-;cinn f rw- The funeral of Arnold O. Barrick was held from the Friends church Monday afternoon at 1:30 p. m., with Rev. Candy of Huntington in charpe leums, all new designs and the P"ce priniary election to held on May 2, is very attractive with terms to suit ! j92 all. Better have your requirements " t for spring; laid away while the For Surveyor stocks are complete. Frank W. White, of Fairmount, au- : thorites the announcement of his W. S. Eppihimer, who was called name as a Republican candidate for from his home in Pennsylvania some j County purveyor, Grant county. In-time ago by the illness and death of diana, subject to the decision of the Ttis wife who, while visiting her sister, j Republican primary election of May Mrs. Ann Payne southeast of Fair-: 2, 1922. and burial was made in Summitville cemetery. Mr. Barrick passed away at his home in Fairmount February dfath beins? due to fuherculer Hair 11 y Fir nit trouble. II wea 62seyars e ' mount was stricken with pneumonia, ! trouble. He was 26 years of age and was a soldier in the service of the is suffering from the same malady bPbX.IAL. XNUllCfc, ttJnited States during the World war. jand is very ill at the home of Mrs.; Just received a car of blacksmith He is survived by his widow. 'Payne. .coal. C. C Brown, Fairmount.