The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on April 6, 1922 · Page 8
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, April 6, 1922
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f THE FAHtMOUNT NEWS AUss Rena Fritt was in last week on business. Mrs. Iva Thomas of Indianapolis is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fear. Don't worry about the backward Spring Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Do-Doeker Saturday a baby boy. LADIES SILK HOSE A. P. Bryan remains critically ill at his home on First and Walnut streets. Miss Bertha Thurston of Anderson was shopping in Fairmount a O. R, Scott and family have moved into the Charles T. Parker property on South Walnut street. If you want plenty of pep, strength and energy, take Tanlac. H. W. ttahne. In Black, Brown and Graj At Pre-War Prices. and gloomy weather, Brighten up the inside of your home with new Wall Paper. We are proud of our selection of KITCHEN PATTERNS They comprise Blocks, Tiles, Granites. Varnished Tiles and small conventional designs. We want you to see them. Some priced as low as 5c Per Roll Remember: We help you design, we trim your paper, we deliver to any part of town and we take back what you have left. THE PIONEER DRUG STORE THE KKX-ALL STORE XEN II. EDWARDS, Mffr. R, W. Shugart and Mrs. W. II. Braunlin of Marion spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Bosrue. Mrs. Lloyd Campboll, who has been quite ill for some time, is slightly Mrs. lKuise Overman Bragg and children of Lima, O., are guests of C D. Overman ami family. Mrs. Nettie Monohan and daughter Miss Hattie, made a brief visit in Anderson this week. $2.00 $1.50 $1.25!and:$1.00 PER PAIR Charles Naber and family ,who have been spending the winter in St. Petersburg, Fla., arrived home Mr. and Mrs. Harley Frit and Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Stookey dtove to Richmond Wednesday. Clyde Smith of the Club Cafe is visiting at his old home near Warren. While there his brother Carl of War- Rev. J. P. Williams will preside at 0 The Bee Hive Cash Store Baptist !ron js substituting in his nlr nt fho Earl the Easter services in the church on Easter Sunday. Toby Bugher Club Cafe. SEE OUR NEW OXFORDS STAR BRAND Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allred visited their daughter, Mrs. Oscar Loy and fatnily Tuesday of last week. Candidater For Vergil Carmony of near Gaston is moving on Stouth Main street in the property recently vacated by Otto Wallace. Mr. Carmony will work with Elmer Flint at the blacksmith shop. Miss Hattie Monohan, who teaches in the public schools at Anderson, is home for the spring vacation. Amid. Mrs. Dangler of Muncie is the it or I Mrs. Charles Shulti of Summitville j shopped in Fairmount Wednesday. EOPLE P guest of Mrs. Lenore Edwards, called Isiah Jay for wall paper, right styles, ripht prices. A fine line of rugs, beds, mattresses, and linoleums. here by the illnes of her mother, Mrs. Galloway. Miss Minnie Caskcy of Rokomo, was the week end guest of her mother east of town. Mrs. Henry Barber, who was called to Noblesville on account of the death of a relative returned home Tuesdav. Of Grant County. The family of Cecil Couch is moving this week from the McCaslin farm near Summitville to the Stanford Little farm near Matthews. Mr. Couch, who is still in he Grant county hospital, is reported to be able to be up and petting along nicely. Mrs. Irene Brewer S.tout assisted Mr. and Mr?. Lin Wilson have been Mr anJ Mr Austin Brunson and spending a few days with relatives in little son Bobbie are here from In-Carthage. " jdianapolis to spend a week with Mr. .and Mrs. William Weirauch. j at the postoflico Tuesday while post mistress Mrs. Minnie Walpole was in Marion. ! The Beasley business room on ' South Main street, one of the oldest If you are feeling all worn out, if yon can't s'etp or work wit a any satisfaction, you r.tcd Tanlac. H. W. Hahne. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bertaux, Miss Maude Kimbrough, Mrs. Sarah Briles i ouHvi'.ncs in me town, is inline- r- Capable ! Efficient ! ! On Sunday night at G:S0 o'clock at : the M. P. church in Fowlerton the Christian Endeavor Society of the church will give a special program. ! The subject will be "The Master's I Calling." There will be other special ! numbers on the program and it is . i i paired and remodeled for new ten- i atv Mrs. J. P. O'Shaughnessy were -;ants to the extent of an entire new ! in Muncie Tuesday. j t'oer, including new sills. ! , j Mrs. E. A. Moore of Marion was in j Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Kimes enter- i Fairmount Tuesday and Wednesday Itainod the following cuests Sundav : F"vff Mrs. Charles Haugh instrue- ster f f I Willing urged that all the young people of the church be present. evening at dinner: Mr. and Mrs.' ticns " beauty culture. Charles York and son Charles Junior, The Plymouth Circle of the Congre- Mr. and Mr?. Carson and son Robert i u-i-. o a k vvrw A A AAAAAl r ..-nr, 1 gational church will hold a meeting and daughter Mable a,l . I ft; Coming to the Royal The : (re NEXT UEEK: Wednesday and Thursday. Kimes. . wus airernoon at tno home of Mrs. Nellie Buck on North Vine street. The April meeting of Fairmount I ... , chapter of War Mothers will be held I A,fr Kcmmer. a well known citi-Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. j 7cn livir? wcst of town- vrho fel1 from Charles Parker on East Second street.' 3 ?cffolJ recently, sustaining serious An interesting program has Wen pre- I iniuris is " very bad condi- pared and important business will bejlon tiar.sacted. j . . " j Isiah Jay is thankful for returning GEORGE iWbLFObiD 0 1 a Mrs. Ome'vena was the recipient J health and for the support of his f:iends in trade. Furniture gaiore. I i 1 i un. Come and . i .t- - .i . paper on the r.oral otTenng from the Woman s see. TVix icn Missionary Society of the M "1 1 church. as a mark of appreciation ; r.- r. t t r..t , - .v . . aim ..i;?.. jl.. r iuj;vr an1 nil oi :ur across at tno annual tnank- sruosts of Rev. Coleman this week i f Chi jr:ctie arr a Mi..ini; MfATKK & t A . i. Graa;!:iiis of Tal n-r ol.ol 1 I ,jiort. io v i "Vf OU are entitled to your share oihealth. If you have boon terribly disappointed by the nostrums and patent meilicines you have taken seek a Chiropractic adjustment and when the ailing part of your body is a.rain be-in)? fed the life-giving nerve farce that it has been denied you will know that the principles and practices of Chiropractic are a wonderful blessing. Ak U r ehiroprao K t.t ra-ir otTcrir.g service or, Sunday evenincr. CO j while in attendance at the Theological Institute being held at the Wes- In order that they mav have the leyan church. rcvcssavy care, Granville Mabbitt and .wife, who have been suffering with in;;uen2a at their home on South ; Sycamore stixet, were removed Sun-day in an ambulance to the home of 1 their children in Anderson. . Mrs. Susan Cassell went to Richmond last week to be with her daughter Marie, who has been in a hospital in Richmond. Mrs. Cassell will bring her daughter home this week. M 33 rap; 111 MTATSS&ERgEE , Ernest T. Caddis, living on West , c.cond sti-eet, seems to have a natur- al talent for winning prizes. Some $5.00 to $40.00 Suits Mai? to your individual misure. Our cruarantee oi quality and price protects our customers. Order now for Easter, RIBBLE BROS. (of course) v-J PHONE: FAlKMOU.Sr- 230 4 -vm ry' v'--j Tanlac is the ideal strengthener and body builder for old folks, be cause it creates a healthy appetite for wholesome food and strengthens and invigorates the dicestive organs. H. W. Hahne. thing like three months ago he won a $10 prize m a newspaper contest j and just recently he was awarded the LaFRANCE SILK HOSE Ginghams. Organdies, Liner.s and Latest Novelties in Waist Girdles at Mrs. Ella Patterson's Art Store Parisiana and Bon-Ton Corsets ruth prize in a contest put on by an Indianapolis newspaper. This last prize was for the amount of $200. r V. L. Wright was in Matthews Tuesday called there by the serious illness of his grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Richards. Mrs. Richaids has suffered a third stroke of paralysis and is threatened with pneumonia. L R THEATRE Fill Your Market Basket R?ITTTTITTTTITITTTIIITTTYTY'PI Oscar Loy of Fairmount and Isaac Said of Marion, attended a birthday dinner at Anderson S.unday at the home of Mr. Loy's sister, Mrs. James Richards. Sunday was also the anniversary of Cecil Norris birth. A fine time is reported. Triangular AT THE MAYFLOWER AND SAVE YOUR PURSE. AND FO Track The remains of the late Elihu Fra-zier, whose death occurred at his home in Pennville, were brought to Fairmount Tuesday and the funeral was held from the Friends church. Burial was made at Park cemetery. Mr. Frazier was the father of Mrs. Hanley Thomas who lives southwest of town. Special For Friday and Saturday 7V Sweetser, Fairmount H. S. and Fairmount Academy THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS at 7 and 8:45 A Splendid New Edition "CABIRIA" By Gabriete D'Annuniio, famous Italian War-Poet. In these days when the words "Masterpiece and "Super Picture,, have been so abused in heralding many mediocre productions you must remember that God gave you five senses, the most important of which is Sight. Rembering St. Peter's motto was "Seeing is believing, we want you to "Be from Missouri and see this picture, an other milestone in movie achievements. Massive Scenes in "Cabiria A fleet of twenty-seven warships destroyed. Volcano eruption. Cities dsstroyed. Ten thousand men in battle. Soldiers forming a human pyramid to mount the battlements. Settings that took months in the building. Colorful effects never equaled. AND HERE ARE SOME MORE v, April 8 1 O'CIork P. M. Mrs. Gertrude Williams and daughter Mrs. Mabel Benedict were heme from Indianapolis for a short visit. Mrs. Benedict has been in a hospital in Lafayette taking a nurse's course of training. While there her mother has been caring for her children at the home of Mayor Lew Shank in Indianapolis where she has Field Smalt Hams, speciaUper lb 20c Apples, special, ?c lb $2.40 box No. 3 can Apricots 25c Special Blend Peabery Coffee per lb 3Sc Rook wood Coffee, per lb... 35c Full Cream Cheese, per lb.. 30c Clothes pins, 3 doe. for 10c Good Grade of Flour $1.05 Fig Bars, pet lb 20e Graham Crackers, per lb 15c Krispy Crackers, per lb.... 15c New Park Kit Fish 75c Salt Fish, 5 lb for.., 5e Cabbage, new, per lb 5e Radishes, 3 banches for Ilk Celery, per Imnch. .10 t 12 l-2c Carrots, per bunch 5e sRuflse Complimentary to Prof. Edgar L. Morphet, principal of Fairmount high CHICK FEED, MASH, MNHEAD OATS, and ROLLED OATS First meet of the season and one of the best. Come out and see the first meet of the season. All the dope points to a hotly contested meet; school, who will leave in the near fu ture for his post in the Philippines, Superintendent and Mrs. Otto T. Hamilton entertained Tuesday eve TEie Mayflower ning at 6 o'clock dinner at their home ADMISSION: - - Phone 11. Music to correspond, with D. M. Headrick at the organ. on Henley avenue. Other guests were Prof. Walters, athletic coach, Cob Lindtay, Prop, !.TTIIimTTIimiITT?fe zr--pr- J and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leer, '.A

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