The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on April 24, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, April 24, 1922
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THE FAIRilOUNT NEWS Laughs in "Get-Rich-Quick Mrs. Charles Naber, Mrs. John and Mrs. Ed Walsch were in Friday. ' ' '" 4 Mrs. Oscar Loy and Mrs. James Final Week On April Specials I Ladies Oxfords Mrs. John Heavelin, and Mrs. Richards were Marion visitors Thurs- day. Wayne Heavelin spent Friday in S.ummitville. Byron Traster and mother, Mrs Elsie Traster, drove to Anderson Sat- Hinson Wilson has moved from property on the corner of Adams and urday. Sycamore streets to Marion. 35c Puiretest Aspirin Jgc 25c Zinc Stearate QC 23c Boric Acid 19c 23c Henna Leaves 18c 50c Rexall Kidney Pills.. 3gc 56c Rexall Milk of Mag.. . 3gc $1.50 Beef, wine & Iron.. QQC 65c Camphor 44c 60c Cotton 4gc 50c Olive Oil 29c 60c Baltimore Stationary. 39c 50c Cream Caramels 39c 50c Dressing Combs 39c 60c Peanut clusters 49c 60c Vanilla Ice Creams.. 40c 90c Chocolate Almonds... 59c 40c Peanut Crisps 29c 15c Powder Puff's 10c $2.00 Fountain Syringe. 1.19 S. W. Plank and family of Lapel, were the guests of Frank Plank and family iunday. Mrs. Oila Harris and baby of Mun-cie aze the guests of Mrs. Harris ravents, Vi. and Mrs. Jabe Winslow. In Patent Leather, Calf and Kid, in the latest styles, and our prices are right. Fred Albert and family of Hackle-man were the Saturday guests of Mrs. Sallie Heaston. Mr. and Mrs. George Conway of Swayaee were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Downing Friday. c. Will Sinclair and family of Montpelier were guests of Mrs. Edith Bev-ingiton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zike and children of Montpelier were the week-end guests of Rev. G. W. Zike and family. Mrs. Rena Loy and Mrs. Sarah Richards called on Abbie Winslow Friday afternoon. 50c Alma Zada Face Powder FREE with each 60c Jar of Arbutus Cream 23c Klenza Liquid Antiseptic FIEE with each 50c tube of Klenzo Dental Creme 50c Boquet Ramee Talcum FREE with each $1.00 box of Boquet Ramee Face Powder 50c Rexall Orderlies FREE with each 79c bottle of Nux and Iron Tabs 63c Silver-Blue Chocolates FREE with each $1.25 box of Silver- Blue Chocolates 50c Silver Vanity Case FREE with each $1.00 purchase of Jonteel Rouge and Powder Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Salyers and Mrs. Mattie Lnngsdon drove to Indianapolis Sunday and spent the day with their sons. tl The Bee Hive Cash Store Jake Woollen is seriously ill at the home of his mother Mrs. Lizzie Woollen on South Mill street. Mr. c.-d Mrs. Wayne Fowl"" and Pwijrht Fttwler wore the Sundny guests of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Thc?nas and Miss Rose Thomas north of town. V 1 H M B M H M Our prices are right on All Leather Shoes. STR BRAND Athletic Coach Walters of Fair-mount high school spent the at his hiome in Whiteland. M M The Pioneer Drug Store M Th Rexall Store. Xen H. Edwards, Mgr. Carpet tack trips Wallingford into fortune. An old residence on Eighth street has been wrecked and sold as salvage by its owner Hillman Carter. This is one of the old land marks of the tG "ATI. a:xxx: R. A. Morris and Lea McTuman returned Sunday from Chicago where they made a brief business trip. Bloomington for the summer. Mr. Fowler is employed by the U. S. government in the department of the U. S. Bureau of Soils. Order- that SuitNow Miss Maude Kimbrough of near Radley, Mrs. Sarah Briles and Miss Maude Briles were Sunday dinner Mrs. Wallace McClintic and son EVERYTHING FOR THE BABY ORDERS TAKEN FOR COMPLETE LAYETTES I Garrold Weldy of Winamac, has returned home, being the week-end guest of his uncle Frank Plank and family. Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Overmever ! pUelts Mrs" K,mes and dauh" ter Bonnie. Indianapolis were the over night guests of Miss Athaleen Zike Mrs. Hattie Adkinson and Mrs. Mrs. Louella Mittank, who spent the winter in Pasandena, Cal., arrived Ladies' Underwear The Kind You Are Looking For. James Richards were entertained at Mis f ose Thomas has rota-md n inurav vmg visited friends the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Allred. Easter Sunday. from a ,rin Oreg-r: and TOWe Jioaesta, al.. Newcastle, California and is with her jrerts, : Col., Glenwood Springs, Col., and Chil-Mr. and Denny Thomas nort of i ,,cpthc I,L 5&N&3Ta Mrs- Ella Patterson's Ssffftgg f RT STORE Fairmount. L. F. Roush of Detroit. Mirh rm Mrs. James Richards of Anderson, who came Saturday t visit her brother, Oscar Loy and family, returned to her home Friday afternoon. o n- ii- i. ',ast weck for a Vls,t Wlth Mr. and Mrs. Sallie Hollingsworth who re- r, T t, , , .. 4, tlx . ' JIrs J- K- Busing and other relatives. cently purchased property on East , r.. tl t , . T. . , , , , . , , ;Mr. Koush formerly lived in Fair- becond street and moved in from heri,,. . . ., , ... ., , , - . I mount and only recently lost his wife Eddie's nicktie in "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford." iarm, is nams quue a numoer ot lm- ,.. r r t . no was a sister of Mrs. Busing. ! provements made including a front Porch- The Metropolitan Entertainers with VACCINATE YOUR HOGS WITH THORNTOWN SERUM Strictly Throat Bled Pure and Potent I whom Hugh Dee Pope is associated. Mrs. Elizabeth Manly of Indianapo- will soon come from South Bend ; lis came over from Indianapolis for ; where they are at present stationed, a short visit with Mrs. Edith Beving- j to Culver where they have an engage-; ton. Mrs. Ella Patterson and Mrs. , nient for the summer. Mrs. Pope was Serum and virus, also capsules and iodine, at labra-tory pric s. Keep a supply on hands at all times vienn iieniev. ne returned home fnr r "m; 7nn.i r i Friday. place. Phone Black 1802. H. D. WILSON, Rep. lony rayne and family and the; Rev. D. W. Whybrew of Upland, other members of the Fairmount formerly of this place, who has been State Bank visited Orestes Wednes- ill for some time is improving, con-day and other places in the stjorm cerning which the Communitv Courier IF LAUGHS WERE DOLLARS THIS PICTURE WOULD BE WORTH MILLIONS! 'Get-Rich-Quick' Wallingford A Cosmopolitan Production with a Big All-Star Cast He breezed into town like a circus parade, and found the folks just ripe for picking! Come and watch him "Kid" the coin from Hickville! With the wildest, cipokedist, funniest, schemes that ever made an audience roll in lauerhter. stricken district. $25.00 to $40.00 Suits Made to your individual me?ure. Our sruarantee of quality and price pro-t ect? oi;r c u ? t nmer?. Order now for Easter. RIB3LE BROS. (of course) says: "Rev. D. W. Whybrew, who has had quite a siege of sickness for several weeks, is beginning to show his cheery face on the street again. He preached the funeral sermon of J. j Miss Marie Cassell. who recently submitted to an operation in a Rich-j mond hospital is with her mother Mrs. j Susan Cassell. As soon as Miss Cas- P. Ballineer at the Friends church. ROOF PAINTING If your iron roof needs painting let us do it for you. We use the best of paint and do not put any oil, gasoline or lamp black in it. And we will guarantee it to stay on. We will paint your roof and you can pay for it when you are satisfied. Black paint put on complete for 75c per square, and Red paint $1.00 per square. jsell regains her strength she will re- Tuesday afternoon and expects to oc- inn paMwiaie ai eniennie. , cupy tne pulpit of his church again ! next Sunday. His people will rejoice In the announcement of the candi- to have their pastor in his place dacy of Mrs. Culla J. Vayhinger as again, and his many friends all over state senator it was stated that Mrs, town are glad to note his return to WcWhirter resigned as state presid- health." Call PARKER Fairmount, Ind. Phone 6 or 102. Thursday Friday THE TINNER ent to take the directorship of the de . ! -k 1 III Lead pencils have not changed in partment of Americanization in the national W. C. T. U. This is an er-: ill Ann s. t nnn k mi design for a hundred years. i 1 1 1 nnir i t Titr i vn ii ; . , . !r. Mrs. ayhmger was the state been m Georpa a.l winter have re-1 pre5ident and ri at that time r r-rZZir. .11 lit I Y a I IHhA llfh Vawr . . ( me nuim ' m -w m m i - m mm ti m M m Mf I A turned to Indiana and have located at .for the work mentioned. that nrovides Dublic baths fnr oc If II ww all : rOyAl DO YOU PAINT A T-I , O TUESDAY, APRIL 25 Gladys Walton IN "The Man Tamer" You paint a house to conserve the buildingi and make it wear longer. In the same way, Dry Also Snub Polard Comedy Cleaning:, pressing and repair ing will conserve your clothing to much lpnger life. .III I ?-- i WW "SINK OR SWIM" and' Pathe Review THURSDAY AND FRIDAY April 27 and 28 "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford" Have your cleaning done by one of the best equipped plants A Cosmopolitan Production. in the state. Watch For The White Truck. Don't buy any stocks or bonds until you see this. Every foot of film a rollicking roar of laughter. Also Burton Holmes Traveloque The Brown Laundry SATURDAY, APRIL 29 Edmund F. Cobb IN And Dry Cleaning" Co. L. A. McNEIL, Agent. "Wolves thpe Street". I III " ' 1111 DR. C L. FENTON Takes yon from New Yorks underworld to the Big West. Also Capitol Comedy Evninra 7 a n1 Q "Omits-i&m of 4 vsets ONL1P Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postofiice - " X Saturday Matinee, 2:30 S Hours: 8 to 11:30 a. ml, 1 to 5 p. m. Music to correspond ' with pictures with D. M. HEADRICK at the organ. E. Bl COUCH DENTIST ' Rooms over nahae Drug Store I --- -- --5 - mm It alwavs Dan to advrtiA fn TV, ' -JI Oico hours: 8 to 11:S9 a. nu, 1 to 5 Fairmount News.

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