The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on March 30, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, March 30, 1922
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THE FALIM'jIHT l:L?.'a Mrs. Clint Keplar is in very poor health. Tliree Days 1 -1 Mrs. Meyer and daughter Ruth continue quite ill with the flu. I VE HUNDRED Yards We like to sell Tanlac because it satisfies our customers. II. V. Ilahne 1 H 1 O F Cammed Goods Mrs. Hort Ribble spent the with her parents at Hanfield. March 31st and April 1st and 3rd Miss Bobbie Weyler made a trip to Marion Tuesday ' - The Following Special Bargains J. R. Fink, a former Fairmount re- i sident, has moved from Auburn, to We place on sale this week 500 YARDS Imported and Tissue Ginghams, 50c per Yard. Waterloo. Miss Margaret Seward of Muncie, formerly of this place, visited friends here Saturday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Bitner enter H M N M M M M 10c can Diadem Pumpkin, per can, ; 13c can VanCamp Red Kidney Beans, 9c; three for Genuine Sugar Corn, per can - No. 2 can Tomatoes, per can - 35c can Blackberries, per can ..... 50c can Phoenix Apricots, 35c per can; three cans for 39c can Apricots, per can - 50c can Sun Ripe Peeled Apricots, 35c per can, or 3 cans, All 35c and 30c can Apricots, per can ... All 40c, 35c and 30c can Peaches, per can ... Honolulu Pine Apple (Broken Slices) per can 15c glasses Armour Jelly, per glass, 8c; two glasses 50c can Hoosier Poet Preserves ..... tained Rev. Roland of Anderson, and J Miss Ethel Coahran at Sunday dinner. 5c 25c 10c 10c 25c 1.00 30c 1,00 25c 25c 25c 15c 35c ?! The Bee Hive Cash Store Absolute merit and merit alone is responsible for Tanlac's phenomenal and unprecedented success. H. W. Ilahne. On Sale All the Time, All Leather Shoes STTR BRAND Will Swaim and wife are expecting to move within a short time into their home on Madison and Sycamore re- streets, which they recently modeled. Tanlac is one medicine that does what they say it will do. H. W. Hahne. UAVp 15 lo 20 gallon cans of Peaches, Gooseberries and Apples VC liaVC that we will sell regardless of cost. In addition to the above we have several small broken lots that will be sold at about half price. Easter April 16th Miss Edna Bell, who has employment in Marion, was home over the week-end bringing with her Misses Lorena Pickering and Florence Ebner as guests. I Mrs. Ralph Parker has retuined from a visit with friends and relatives in Newcastle. Mrs. Ella Patterson spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hut-chins in Marion. Mrs. Ira Dean of Muncie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Cox living on South Barclay street, is reported ' The Bee Hive Cash Store seriously ill and no hopes are entertained for her recovery. M. B. Ainsworth of Gas City was in Fairmount Monday making brief calls on friends and relatives. 2C SwnvW 2k W. C. Rush, former Fairmount iillXiUXi A .C. xfK ,S. man, who has been spending the win- J While in the east Rev. Wood visited vith his daughter n New Jersey and his son in T', sVrgh, Pa. ter in St. Petersburg, Fla., is leavincr.i . . .. , , for Ashboro, N. C, where he will be' Wade and AIlen DrcyeT ,hav b,oen stationed for some time. j confined to their home with chicken j Pox. Mrs. Jennie Jones, who has been i " spending the winter at various points ! Mrs- h T- Da' attended the funer-in Ohio, and who has been for several al of an aunt in Greentown last Mon- NOTICE! ! Miss Grace Cleveland, supervisor of ; music in the Delphi schools, spent the j week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cleveland. mm day. weeks at Xiles, O., has gone to Columbus, O., for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Will Jones is spending the week in Indianapolis and attending the Flower Show. Mrs. Will A. Beasley and Mrs. Walter W. Rush and daughter Mar- has Mrs. Charles Lambour, who John Treon has bought the Ekla Trader home on Henley avenue and is niovinsr there. garot went to Indianapolis Wednes-i l,ern spending several days in trie day to attend the Flower show and totcountr with hcr lister, Mrs. Burr visit relatives. I Leach, who has been very ill, has re- , j turned home. Mrs. Leach is some- As a mark f respect, all business j what improved. houses closed their doors from 2 J VWL- until a r l.V r. m TnM,l9v ! Mr. S. M. La 'ham, who has beo- Farmers Co-operative Cream Co.. composed of Fairmount and Liberty township, have purchased the Swift & Co. cream station, two doors north of the Post Office in Fairmount. We will appreciate all M. L. Battling, son Martin Jr., and i daughter Jane, have all been sulTer-ing with acute attacks of chicken pox. some tri e, is improving very Mi. vj us. who ws ng the funeral services of the late I In Vrc Tonic Tlill Slow! at the ?!rs. S. M. f.atham heme. There will be an all day meeting! of $25.00 to $ 10.00 Suits M t ie to your individual measure. Our .guarantee of quality and price protects our o u s t o xv c r s . Order now for Faster. RIBBLE BROS. (of course) Miss Audrca Jones of Sway zoo will j revered and rotuir.ed to her horn.- Uu, ladiw, of tho Baptist church Thurs- J rr-Aam anfl PrT(yj wJl-oiKw a momKoW spend the week-end with Mrs. II. P. j in Marion. tIay at tho humQ of Mrs. IUnry p-ar-! H CI Cclrl1 aQ ggS, WnCIHCr a member I.indsey and Miss Velma Briles and j . bvr. There will be a business session j H rf Fr1 f f t rn rV rif r ir,U. will attenvl the high school play, "Mr. Kasyman's Xeice." in the morning, dinner at the noon hour and a prograri in the afternoon. Mrs. Charles llann will taKe a three weeks' course of training on the care of the hair and scalp and also CHAS. D. DEAN, Mgr. facials and manicuring of Mrs. Lind- j sey, who is with Mrs. Hahn at hcr fvf,-J4v home on Henley avenue. ! X i i 4 McDonalds :- Miss Loreta Rush left Monday morning for Detroit to begin a month's engagement in the state of Michigan, as advance agent in a disarmament campaign. r i r I ODORLESS BEEF SCRAPS; f Recommended by Turdue .NOW Directors: j Mr. and Mrs. Walter Briles and son, ; Walter Junior of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Frsnk Vickers of Akron, O., Mrs. Charles Buller has retuined from Anderson where she was called by the illness of her sister, Mrs. H. H. Kerr, formerly of this place. Mrs. Kerr submitted to an operation Tuesday for tumor and is getting along nicely. Liberty township: OTTO RIGSBEE, ALVA JOHNSON, ARTHUR BREWER. Fairmount township: JOE HOLLOWAY, CEO. PAYNE, WICK O. LEACH, CHAS. D. DEAN. . were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Sarah Roy Mayse and Harry Meek of Ma- Briles and daughter Miss Maude. Hon were Fairmount visitors Tues- day. Mark Baldwin, who has been in h- rfTice of the U. S. Bureau of Soils in U ill vtri ftic . i vi otiit- v.iu- x sively at X Kelly's Feed Store Phone 275 t Supt. Otto T. Hamilton and wife and Prof. T. B. Krouskup and wife will entertain at a Theatre party this veninp their guests including the faculty of Fairmount public schools and the Board of Education and their wives. Mrs. Frank Vickers, who has been Washington, D. C, for the past thro the guest of friends in Fairmount for or four months, wit! arrive soon f.r some lime, will leave Thursday for a visit with his pan:. its, Mr. and Mr Ver home in Akron, O. Edgar M. Baldw n WeekEnd Specials Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Dickey of Nashville, Brown county, who are s-endincr a month with Grant coanty , relatives and fri-ids, were gues : ' Sunday of Mr. i.nd Mrs. Edgar M. Baldwin. Wednesday they went to Marion for a several days visit wi'h friends there. i Harley H. Fritz DRY GOODS and GROCERIES To Cut H. C. L. According to word received Monday there was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bevington a baby boy which has been named James Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Bevington live near Mont-pelier and Mr. Bevington is the son of Mrs. Edith Bevingiton of this city. ROYAL THEATRE SATURDAY, APRIL 1 10:30 a. m. ONE SHOW ONLY A good feature and Mack Sen-nett Comedy. Price of Admission-Two Potatoes or the equivolent in any vegetable. The proceeds of this show to be given to the needy of Fairmount. April Fool us with the biggest crowd of the season and plenty of vegetables. We Save You Money On Every Order. Phone Orders Given Careful Attention. According to an announcement made by Supt. J. E. Henderson, the Jonesboro schools will close on April 28 for the summer vacation. It is understood that before the close of the year it is possible that Jonesboro will hold a track and field meet and a declamatory contest. There will be eleven graduates in this year's high school class. 1 Groceries of the Highest Quality; Self Serve plan, and save money. Our sat-isfied customers are our highest recom-tnendation. Our new Dry Goods Department is now ready for inspection. CJ Silks, Pongees, Ginghams, Percales, Curtain Nets and Drapery Materials. J We are going to let you celebrate our Cpening with us Saturday by giving you the Greatest Values. New Beets, per bunch 15c Kale, short green, 2 lb for. .25c Apples, per lb 7c and 10c Can Peaches, clean up of 40c- Value at 30c Jello, all flavors, per pkg..l0c Sunbeam Flour $1.35 Rookwood Coffee, per lb . . . 35c Rookwood Tea, per box ...20c Cabbage, per pound 4c Potatoes, per peck 40c New Kit Fish 85c Salt fish, per pound 10c Fancy Bacon, per pound . . . 35c Good Luck Olio, per lb ... . 23c Radishes, three bunches for. 10c Celery, per bunch, . .10c and 12c Green Onions, per bunch . . 5c CHARCOAL, MASH AND CHICK FOOD, OYSTER SHELL. LaFRANCE SILK HOSE Ginghams, Organdies, Linens and Latest Novelties in Waist Girdles at Mrs. Ella Patterson's Art Store Parisiana and Bon-Ton Corsets The Mayflower Come In and Be Convinced Phone 11. Bob Lindsay, Prop, n't:

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