The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on April 27, 1922 · Page 4
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April 27, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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S3 FAdTOUNT NE77S of Calif ornia and this particular part not want to miss a copy. This is very gratifying to the rest f the News EXPERT OPINION When Mr. Williams leaves the that body will be a loser by much. GIRL IN THE GOLDEN WEST of th San Joaquin valley is called "The Valley of the Sun. If you hear of any one interested we shall be glad family who, no matter where they live, like to think of Fairmount as "Home, The Mississippian has always been ! I to have the literature concernine Porterville sent to them which des- fearlessly and extremely outspoken MTSS STELLA JENKINS EX PERI -tribes the place and it opportunities ana generally ngnt, certainly always; conscientious. Nashville Banner. FRANK SIMMONS, Jr. REPUBLICAN FOR AUDITOR OF GRANT COUNTY. NOT A CANDIDATE I hereby wish to inform the voters of Fairmount townshin that f am not ENCES UNEXPECTED much better than t can. THRILLS IN WEST j The economic situation here has been improving since the first of the a candidate for the office of Justice- " ,u Banner also agree to the of-the-Peace my name having1 been ; statement made by the Senator, some Mrs. Stella Davis Kirk Writes Enter- but as yet has not returned to taininjtly of Beauties of California noTmai- Sused in that capacity without my , years ago, "that the Democratic Par- ' Of Its Opportenitios -of -Home1 1 5ff 1 n5T wrmen at quite ji Folk Who are Located in IVrter-i ,erth 4 good-night, j knowledge. ty di4 not have sonse erugh to gov. ! Respectively, Irrn itself, let alone the United J. O. DULING. I States?" East Tennesee Republican.! STELLA DAVIS KIRK. , And a Fa rmer. an ex-service man standing for th Members of the News family will 4 Ve rre than interested to read the ' following letter from Stella Davis '. Kirk of Porterville, Cal.. a former : Best Interest of the people and the tax-payers. II. B. Cassell, living in Indiarmpolis, i and formerly of Fairmount, writes "We enjoy The News and would hate to do without it. Seems like getting a letter from home. resident of Fail n-.our.t and a long News family. tinie member cf the CAPABLE AND QUALIFIED Mrs. Kirk writes entertainingly of some of the unexpected thrills that VOTE FOR J. W. WESTFALL FOR County Commissioner, 2nd District ON TUESDAY, MAY 2. W.ks from heme" ane experiencing VOTE FOR SIMMONS TUESDAY, MAY 2. out there. Other wni;e so Yc u m i n g Mrs. John Selby, a member of The New? family who is located at Phoenix, Arizona, writes the News that she looks forward each week to eeivir.g her copy of The Fairmount News to keep in touch with the happenings at home. and that she does f the News far r.iv also write. NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING QUICK RESULTS 3 w - 1 - , Kyvs Tested, (i lasses Fitted by State Uevdstered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical South Side Square Marion 5 5 Porterville, Cal April IS. 1922 Editor of Fairmount News, Faiir.-.eur.t. lr.s... Dear Friend: You will f.nd enclosed a check to pay for a yearss subscription to The Fairmount News. Like others of the News family we do rot care to deny ourselves the pleasure of keeping in touch with the old ho-mo. It has been of interest to me to read in cur Porterville Recorder about peep here whose entire names are identical with people who are now, or have been residents in or rear Fair-nvur.t, but to read the names of the ores,. at home who have ""passed on makes one feel strangely sad. Some of the ones t recall reading about are; Helen Wells a high school student hcret, J. D. Montgomery, Ozro Cun-ringham. Err.est Johnson, Jos. Pepper, C! as. White, Mary Davis, E. O. Ellis. Ida Ellis, Mary Wright, Gov Davis. Harry Davis. Henry Davis. Jr.o. Schuster, E. K. Hedrick. Frank Stewart, WT.liam Jones, Grace Shoemaker, Mae Carter. Walter Johnson. Frank Singleton and Will Harvey. Is it any wonder I begin t feel at home? Ozro Cur.r.ir.chsm is such an unusual name that it made me wonder if he were not another Fairmour.ter so-.ourr.tr. g in our land. Lillian Watson Cole, a former student of the Academy and at one time a teacher of third grade in Fairmount lives here; Harvey Stewart and wife are also here, had lived within thrc? blocks of us for six months before we found them; and as you know, Estelle Jenkins is with us. If there is any advertising I can do to persuade seme others to follow I surely shall do it. It certainly is interesting to see how Stella Jenkins is enfoying her trip. She hf.s kept an account cf her journey and said she disliked going to sleep on her way out for fear of missing something. We had hoped she would get the benefits of all the thrills arsl the joys cf our loautiful valley but had rt For Sale By Kelly & Son PHONE 2T5 j Earl (Toby) Eun gh McDonald's ; ODORLESS : i BEEF SCRAPS i r Recommended by Purdue T j Republican For bargained for the earthquake we had a short time ago. It came about O fc JL x-'a Cft .V 1 .A ' i sivelv at S oV'ook in the momirr and lasted V Kelly's Feed Store Phone 275 about one minute, but did no damage. However it was severe enough to ! A awaken most of the inhabitants .&ucueuwt&&&& & a. v a. a. a. lasted long er.ugh for one to realize what a real earthquake is like. There ; was at low rurr.hle acc.-.jar.ing it and ' r0 f 11? NTON Of Grant County Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postofliee Hoors: $ to 11:30 a. m, 1 to S p. in. giving Kr.e the same ser.sativn ro- ceived when being suxldcr.lv lowered ; in an elevator. Were f Tightened ? We just sat up in hod ur.til it was ; over, said. That must have been an ; earthquake, sought our pillows again and were soon fast asleep, j Son-.e claimed the r.ext day that they still felt r.auseated by the disturbance, j Stel'a said, "Now that is something i Vote for Buigher E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms ver Itahne Drug Store Office hors: 8 to 11:39 a. u, 1 to 5 That same week we had freakish weather, having snow, hail, rain and sunshine alternately. This has been an exceptionally cold winter for this section. The oranges were frozen earlier in the season also the Rowers, o rur section is not so beautiful as usual at this time, however, the poppy PIANO TUNING VOICING, ACTION REGULATING D. M. HKADRICK 410 No. Main St. FAIRMOUNT fields are a mass of yvllew, fruit trees . Charge reasonable Drop a card and I will call, city or country. Phone 225. in bloom and roses in bud. We think we are in a wonderful sec" .-. To the east of us are the 1 Mh S;crra mountains, whose peaks are snow capped until late summer. He's the only experienced candidate for the office of County Auditor. Just think what this means It means your protection from the start. It means an efficient handling of your affairs. It means a greater economy in office. It means a safeguarding of your interests. This is what you gain by voting for Bugher He Treats All FAIR and SQUARE PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST ! IS NONE TOO GOOD Are always the most enthusiastic concerning the excellence of our DRY CLEANING and DYING We have one of the most efficient REMODELING DEPARTMENTS in the country. Furs transformed into the mode very quickly. Men's and women's garments altered in They have been especially beautiful ths winter, the snow coming well down into the foothills. The sun of late afternoons made a wonderful panorama colors on the rocks and snow, especially when the clouds were hovering oer their peaks. I would not attempt to describe it but it is beautiful. Mt, Whitney, ur highest mountain, as you know, can be seen I from here being located m this (Tul-s or.ur.ty. The stump from which , Califv . r:as tree was cut for the Cen-ter.rrl exposition at Chicago is In the' big f e district just above us. Fif- rses can stand abreast on this stun;, The Yosemite valley, Grant's park, and the Sequoia Natvnal are within days ride by auto from here so you see we are in a wry interesting part any way desired. We dye fur skins and remodel them in any way. We tailor make men's or ladies' suits, $50.00 ten. Latest styles. We pay $JL50 railroad fare on every custom-made suit ordered from us. Send goods parcel post. We have NO. 27 ON THE BALLOT no agents. THE TEASDALE CO. S23-S2? Wa'nwt Street, Ctnclnwati, Ohio.

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