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April 6, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS BUSINESS REVIEW OF GRANT COUNTY this work is of a class surpassed by none in this country. CHARLES F. NABER & CO. . C g Lacated in Fairmount Furnishes the Farmers of this Vicinity Top Markets for their Grain and Has Buiit Up an Extensive Business Deal in All Kinds of Grain, Feed Prices Effective October 28th 1921 Touring $8S5 Roadster $885 Coupe $1385 Sedan $1485 All prices F. O. B. Detroit subject to current government tax and frieght. and Coal Located First Prominent amor.g the concerns in ' this count v which have aided in the tirosrress and expansion of their home citv and vicinity is this well known ' concern. Thev have built up a large patronage among the farmers of this community by offering at all times the highest market price for their grain. They have a modern mill and furnish the surrounding community with a first-class grade of Winter Wheat Flour. This furnishes the farmer a better market for his wheat. They make a specialty in farm feeds and are considered authorities on the proper feed for farm animals. Through its extensive dealings in gra.i and allied lines, it has afforded the farmers of this community a most advantageous market right at their very door, where they are able FAIRMOUNT This popular ranking institution of t-,;,, T.V,. rr.-.-.H7,.l in " ' , December 1902. Its management at : : once found a warm acceptance in the j public mind of this locality and from j the first day's business and its unpre- ' tentious beginning it took deep root . and has made a steady, vigorous growth each successive vear of its j business life and each vear out-do- ing its previous year until at the pres- zed bv its devoted patronage as one of the soundest banking institutions in this j cart of the state of Indiana. Its capital stock is $ 40,000 and be-' sides payir.g its stockholders a divid- end each year it has also accumulated : and laid away for the owners a sur- ; to 1 yp, gP and Railroad Sts. Phone 46 secure the best prices for their products and are saved the expense and trouble of shipping. They bring; thousands of dollars into the com munity that would otherwise go to some other center. Just as the public has come to them to look for information and ad vice in regard to grain, so have the farmers of this section learned that from this popular company, they can secure the best feeds of the highest nutritive value. Fair and honest methods have brought this establishment into a leading position, which it occupies today in the commercial and agricultural life of the section. In this business review we wish to compliment them upon the admirable manner in which they are serving the public. STATE BANK ! in their private j advice and counsel 'matters as well as to trust their sur plus hard earnings with this banking Ti ... , . fi. house. Its capital, surplus and profits accourit are $50,000. The building stands out in bold re- j lief and pleasing to the eye of the ' transient man, convenient in every , point in its interior. This banking j institution with faith pinned to the in- terest and prosperity of this locality, with fidelity to all will push forward and upward building honestly and i ... surely upon the confidence and mteg- j rity of the people, This bank pays 4" certificates of deposit. It also has an ; insurance department representing a ; very strong; list of companies. Its ! Trust department is iuiiy equippeu io . i trust company, Its officers are: W. F. Morris, President. R. A. Morris, Cashier. Tony Payne, Ass't Cashier. Earl Morris, Ass't Cashier. STUDIO ; 1 t Prices Effective October 31st 1921 Type C Standard Roadster $1345 C Touring Car 5-Passenger. . $1395 B Touring Car 7-Passenger. . $1495 C Coupe 4-Passenger $1995 C Sedan $2295 All prices F. O. B. Detroit subject to current government tax and frieght. M A X W E L L N E W C H A L M E R S AUTO SALES Phone 2925 up her school work again last week, after three weeks absence. Palmer Talmadge was able to take up his school work last week after a severe case of scarlet fever. Mrs. Henry Deshon and Mrs. Ancil Stewart called on Mrs. James Payne Friday afternoon. j Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little and ' daughter spent Wednesday afternoon ' shopping in Marion. j Mr. and Mrs. Wick O. Leach and daughter Hazel spent Tuesday shopping in Marion. Arthur Pavne and Walter Rarrisnn I : Throughout this county it has come to be known as headquarters for all of these many things and by fair and honest dealings with the contractors and public, this company has not only increased its patronage, but has held its old customers. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS BACK CREEK .11 Mr. and Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Kirkpatriek- Miss Adie Barkdull spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barkdull in Fairmount. Nancy Olive cott, Ruth Hoskins, and Robert Kirkpatrick passed the township examination held at Fowler-ton in March. Miss Fannie Spangler spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Corlin Shields. MYs. Margaret Thomas and daughter Helen, are spending the weekend with relatives in Marion. Prayer meeting will be at Lin Wilson's Thursday night. Marcus Winslow spent the weekend at home. Mrs. George Hill has returned home after having spent several days at the bedside of her sister, in Sullivan. Uncle Robert Wilson is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. George Howell and ! children Howard and Helen spent i ounaay witn Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howell. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Knight and sons, Chalmers and Thurlow. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sprong spent aunaay with their son, in Muncie. Miss Ruth Hoskins entertained at dinner Sunday, Misses Nancy Olive Scott and Clara and Alta Demaree. OAK RIDGE !! i Mr. and Mrs. Branson Harris spent last Thursday at Fairmount visiting friends and relatives. on yT and Mr. Hilton Hodson of Maple Run last Tuesday. 11 1 1 1 . a T V xneima ana Kooert nonoway call- s . T 11 J T-1 , i-ii an .HiN linoru i nomas ana son Rn?pr FVidav aftprnnnn .iis Jtiiiue euiwi FDent last lues- f : t : i i . i . m day night with Miss Pauline Moon. -Mr. and & taught Mr. and Mrs. Winford Thomas, son and Mrs. David Cobert and daughter Jennie called on Mr. and Mrs E F Holloway Friday night. " v hiiii I Hiiirnipr Charles White called on Tilman Cox last Sunday. Phillip Cobert called on Burr and Lester Haisley Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Moon called on Mr. jnd Mrs. Mlorton Bright of Marion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Haislev called on Mr. and Mrs. George Hasty last ! Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Holloway and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holloway and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Doherty called on the former's brother. Cvrus Do- herty of Marion. j M!rs. Marie Powers called on Mrs. ! Anna Haisley Monday. Mr. Ephraim Long spent Saturday , - - - - " . . ma . iii in pin. n j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long of Marion Mrs. David Haisley. son Howard, daughter Florence Olive, called on Mrs. Anna Haisley Monday. Sunday school convention will be held at two o'clock next Sunday afternoon. Doxie Payne snd family called on Mr. and Mrs. John Manning Sunday. Miss Jennie Cobert was an afternoon caller. Bertha Moon, Rosa Harris. Emma Cobert called on Mrs. Clara Holloway Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Winford Thomas called on the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Thomas of Marion Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Davis and daughters, Frances and Elxis called on the former's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stanbury of Lincolnville Sunday. W. C. T. U. meets at Mrs. Ella Hockett's Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Callie Scott, son Riley and daughter Mildred, called on Mrs. Lawrence Davis of Van Buren Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilson called on the former's mother, Mrs. Mary E. Hilton of Hackleman. Mrs. Henry Myers called on Mrs. P. S. Benbow Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carmony spent Sunday afternoon at the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carmony near Summitville. .Baker-Moms plus of more than $10,000. This it did act as Executor and Administrator of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Milikan of Ma-bv strict integrity of its officers close- j estates. Guardian of minor heirs and ! rion. Miss Thelma Holloway, were K- wtrhed and'e-uarded bv diligent. ' all other business transacted by the : Sunday guests of Mrs. Anna Hais- MARION. South Adams St. sturdy, honest, upright board of di- j rectors, bv its cojirteous treatment i - I over the counter and its confidential : business methods with all patrons. It has won enviable place in the hearts of all the people who daily seek its HOCKETT Which is located in Fairmount Is the Art Center for this Section and Enjoys an Excellent Patronage From AH the Surrounding Territory S. A. Hockett, Proprietor. in charge of finished photographers TT rT . m onsus re-, , . J r ... : moved last Wednesday and is getting who have made a life study of this aiong, nicely. Koscoe Whvbrew had his tonsils re- passed on their eighth grade examin- j announcement of his name as a can-ations. ! didate for the nomination for County Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson ' Auditor subject to the decision of the and family entertained at Sunday ! Republican primary election to be S. A. Hockett Studio at Fairmount, is a thoroughly modern photographer, who is making a specialty of high class pictures. He has equipped the studio with the latest devices and while he takes care of all classes of photos, specializes in the better classes. Mr. Hockett does a great deal of high grade work and his studio would be a credit to cities of much larger size. The art of photography which was introduced by Da Guerre nearly a century ago, has within the period developed from a mechanical trade to an art of science, and the photographer today must be a person of advanced ideas and thorough training so as to successfully compete with those who are now making this profession an art science. As regards to the above we can say that this studio is, FAIRMOUNT CO. 610 Political Announcements FOR SHERIFF Jacob C. Campbell authorizes the announcement of his name as a can- didate for the nomination for sheriff, subject to the decision of the Repub- lican primary election to be held on Mav 2 1922 FOR AUDITOR David E. Harris authorizes the held on May 2, 1922. ACADEMY SOPHOMORES' DECLAMATORY CONTEST The Sophomore class of Fairmount Academy will hold their Declamatory contest at the locai Friends church on April 7, at 8 p. m. The following program will be given: Selection Academy Orchestra Invocation. Selection Academy Orchestra "Judas of Kerioth. . . . FlorenceCarroll Vocal Solo Irene Thompson "When Angry Count a Hundred" Pauline Elliott Selection Girls Quartet "Aunt Elnora's Hero"... Ruth Covalt Selection Academy Orchestra "On the Other Train". .Wilbur Brook-shire. Selection Academy Orchestra Decision of the judges. Benediction. Mrs. Charles Harshbarger and Mrs. Dicks are in Marion today. Miss Ada icks are in Marion today. Miss A Dicks is leaving today for Chicago. The Community Class of the 'C'mnnrlcs CnnifotT olSn1 Will Vl d VP J 1 1ICUUO UUIIUOJT .H-liWI rw a.. ' social at the home of Mrs. B. P. Bogue Thursday evening. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ,TT . . . . WANTED Curtains to launder. Phone 277. FOR SALE Good DeLaval separator. J i j j t t SUNDAY SERVICES CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sunday school, 9:20 a. m. Young people's meeting, 7 p. nr. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Sermorp subject, "Singing Stones."" The high school orchestra and chorus will furnish the special music for the evening service. A cordial invitation is extended to all who care to meet with us at this time. MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor FRIENDS CHURCH Bible School, 9:15. Meeting for worship, 10:30. Subject of sermon, "Building Christian." Evening service, 7:00. Junior Mission Band, 3 o'clock. Intermediate C. E., 1 o'clock. Senior C. E., 6 o'clock. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching service, 10:45 a. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Stereoptican lecture by Rev. Roland 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, 7 p. m. W. I. McKinley, Chairman Pulpit Commitee. WESLEYAN CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching, 7 p. m. Quarterly meeting services will be jheld with the Back Creek Wesleyan church beginning) Saturday at 2: o'clock p. m. Preaching by Rev. F. R. Eddy. A Christian welcome to all-J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. A few miles southeast of Syracuse N. Y., in a cavity whose bottom is 220 feet below the surface of the ad- 'jacent upland, lies Jamesville lake. a body of water 500 feet in diameter and about sixty feet in depth. Eastward from the lake extends a gorge through which flows Butternut creek. One authority says that in former times a river flowed here, and that Jamesville lake is the pool that was formed under a great waterfall. Steep 'cliffs rise around it on three sides, and all the features of a dry Niagpra interesting and artistic profession and j never let an opportunity pass to im prove themselves. He has in his studio which may be well termed this county's art center, the latest mechanical devices for the production of artistic photographs and is admirably equipped to produce anything in the way of modern photography to please the most critical. In the art'stic production of children's pictures he has gained well merited commendation. In the mat ter of making out door views they have ably demonstrated their ability on many occasions. Taken all in all the proprietor is a worthy member of the profession and the citizens of this section are to be congratulated upon having a person of such artistic ability in their midst. LUMBER CO. j The power of such large buyers can ; not be too emphatically stated. It J gives them a prestige and advantage j which accrues to the benefit ot their customers. The stock which arrives in car load lots is offered the public at very reasonable prices and is made up into all of the standard and special supplies that are demanded by the trade. Shingles, doors, casings, lath, builder's hardware, roofiing, but what is the use of trying to give even a brief review of the stock of the concern. Sufice it to say that they have absolu tely everything there is in the lumber Jand building material line, and that and family and Joe Faucett. Zola Little spent the afternoon with Ber-niece. Albert Barkdull worked for James Payne last week. Miss Dessie Carmony formerly of the neighborhood, was a visitor at Pleasant Grove Sunday school Sunday. Mrs. Nancy Wood and children, Iva Yula, and Everett, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lewis and family. Later in the eve-bn Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little and daughter Zola. Misses Myrtle and Hattie Leach spent part of last week in Indianapo lis. Mrs. Anna Richards of Muncie, spent the latter part of last wreek with her sister, Mrs. Burr Leach, who was seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Buller took din- ner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little. Mir. and Mrs. H. E. Payne, Mrs. Carrie Kimes and daughters, Lucile , Margaret and Georgia, and Misses Zola and Marjorie Underwood, took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Leath Smith and daughter Doris. Rev. Teltoe took dinner Monday with Mr. and Mrs. James Payne. n a xtJ, wr;ii;ow ut Cormick and family. Mrs. Robert Little arrived home from Indianapolis this morning. Mrs. Little has been at the Long hospital for the past few days with her son Cedric, who was taken there for the purpose of having his eyes straight ened. Owing) to some preliminary treatment the operation will not be j ... . . , penormea until nexi ?aiuraay wnen Mrs. Little will again go down. The surgeon is also planning to do some- thing to help Cedric's arm which has : Located in Fairmount Enters the Largest Market and Secures Large Quantities That Are Offered at Rock Bottom Prices. fj GRANT j) H 'I There are few, if any cities the size of this, that have the advantage of the location in their midst of such an establishment as this well known firm maintains. By reason of their modem facilities they are able to execute all classes of work and furnish excellent service witii promptness and dispatch. By rtas.-i of their buying power this lo-ccl o-ncern enters the largest marks: i- rnd secures large quantities at prices so low that they offer their customers astonishing values in lum- ber and building supplies of every de- fcription. Fred Robertson, who is going to Franklin college, was home last week during the snring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Payne and daughter Madeline took dinner a week ago Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wessie Payne and Eva Hurst. Joe Faucett is going to work for George Robertson this summer. Mrs. Burr Leach who has been seriously ill is slowly improving. Mrs. Retta Crisco spent Saturday night and Sunday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little and daughter Zola. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Osbom and Mrs. Dessie Roberts called on Mr. and Mrs. James Payne, Monday afternoon of last week. Victor Payne was in Indianapolis last wek-end. Mass Zola Little was able to take remained slightly stiff ever since it had to be reset after being broken. Also good No. 1 Jersey cow with calf by side. Phone 1575 Red. are here disclosed in great detail.- Washington Star.

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