The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on April 27, 1922 · Page 5
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 5

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, April 27, 1922
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the fairiiount irnun t 1 SUNDAY SERVICES NEW MULBERRY II FOR SALE WEsi.KVAN-a.i Rrn j gEj mSI" &Jftis hlme The manner of services will vary a ' forth of this place Friday morning at little from the usual mrder Sundav, ' ? oV- The funeral was held Sun-e.rcxialty the evening meeting The , f onTemeferT' TT ftly 1- U The M" Wffc hool will hold mons on the subject of The Church" its commencement at Matthews as shown in the New Testament. A toxvn nal1 Tuesday evening April 25. yourc peorl meeting will fill up j,- anJ Mfs-Ppxev Miller, Costal v . t- - "ms and Myrtle Hamilton at- the time of the eveninc meeting the funei:a, of &STytic Sunday school will convene at 9:30, which was held Sunday afternoon. prcaehir.jr by the pastor at 10:30, j Anderson Mittank and son Willie Some like one kind or coal, Others like another kind; But they all like "Blue Jacket," For sale only by C C Brown. LAWN PARK BROOD COOPS each. Kelley's. Young peopled meeting at 7:30 p. m.:w"f In f"am r -ltr Friday. The foKowfe prvgram will be riv-; the'Sk aYodaV " en, with Clyde Ritchie as leader: John, the little sen of Mr. and Mrs. Price III 4 t II Music Le oerds -emery carter, has been havine- mg the FOR SALE Marion fence, rijrht. Oscar Loy Son. ; measles. Mrs. El ere Leach is her visiting mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Anorson for a FOR SALE White Rock epjrs for TrvjfV r i i I etching. 75 e for 15; or $4.00 per Air-, i?. K. Hall and son Russel were' u ij At-. ,r , . in Marion Saturdav. i hmulr- Mrs- A. M. Kirkpatnck, Mrs. Syrus Davis Mrs. Dovev AHI- Summitville, Ind., Phone 401. Sore ' BiV'.e on Love Ruth Stone, Olive Poarec, Nettie lTodsn, John Stone, Robert Zike, Mrs. Chas. Smith. Mr. Bowman. Mrs. Swift, Chas. Pea roe. Mrs. Ada Ware. Prayers Robert Carter, Gladys Tra- ler and Miss Myrtle Hamilton visiiod' at the Matthews hich school Mondav FOR SALE Yircinia Crvstal Rla. k der, Helen Tearce, Lucile Eddy, afternoon. i a Coal I ov Ron (FERTILIZER Car Vad CorXTY LINE Kelley's. - III lfesk l.y;- Jl w 2o"a Archer, Carrie Coleman. , Song Moffat Edna Whybrew Peculiarities of Great Preachers ' Wesley, Mrs. Eddy; St. Paul, Mrs. Hosier S-.v.hh; Martin Luther, Mrs. Coleman; Goorjrc Fox, Mae Flan- FOR SALE Cultured buttermilk and cottage cheese at Cloverleaf Cream station. The Payne family held their Easter dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zella Hazclhaker. The following guests eniovod the dav towihor- Mr nigan; his own choice, T. J. Pcarce. and Mrs. W. W. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Solo Mrs. Bess Skinner Walter Harvey of Upland, Mr. and Our Fairmount Girls.. Mrs. DeWocrd FVaJlk of nr G ,Cit FOR SALE Eggs for hatching Fishers Direct. $1.50 for 13. Mrs S,. P. Roberts. " - - " . ... & ' i V i " L Little Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Benediction Rov- Brown Richard Mrs. Bessie Couch, Gladys J FOR SALE O ne set wagon scales. J. j. lULtMAA, raster iar.e, lvian ana tine tseli Couch. lau nd Euth Payne, Harrv Under one set truck scales, three large tarpaulins. T. A. Snider Pres. Co. .vm N . t it FOR RENT THREE ROOMS for rent with light and city water on West First street. Nina Davis. went, Earl Elmer Richards, Morgan Luther and Willy Pavne, Clifford, Clayton and Carl Couch. Miss Martha Couch attended Sunday school at the M. P. church, Fow-lerton. Sur.dav. " Mrs. W. W. Payr.e ar.d Mrs. Bessie , Couch shopped in Marion Friday af-I terncon. ; Mr. and Mrs. Will Mason were in Marion Mondav. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning service, 10:45 a. m. Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Williams. B. Y. P. U.. o:30 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Williams. Wednesday prayer meeting, 7:30. W. I. McKIXLEY, Chairman Pulpit Commit tee. LOST Mr. and Mrs. Russel Khues enter-! LOST OR STOLEN Accousticon be-loncr'ng to Mrs. Mary Spears Friday afternoon. Return to 224 East First street. tamed at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. l E. Richard?. Mr. and Mrs .D. E. Richard and son Earl Elmer, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carn:ony of Fainnount. miFNDS CHURCH FOUND II ' VIII mf-K II I 1 If E.l Vr-n AJ-i 7. . r r ill I 4 v iv pj v v-w m u y u rjr- Morning Worship. 10:30 a. m. Junior Mission Br.d. 3 p. m. Intermediate Department. 4 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m. Eveninc worship. 7 p. m. REV. S. ADELBERT WOOD. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. S1S1. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Mary Mar-ley, Deceased, to appear in the Grant FOUND A ring. Owner may have same by proving property and paying for advertisement. Call 394. FOUND Poeketbook containing money and other valuables. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. Call The News Office. Circuit Court, held at Marion, India-j CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday solvit, 9:30 a. m. jna. on ine lith day of Mtiy, 1922, and ishow cause, if any. whv the FINAL WANTED SuV.rot sermon, -Unrecognized SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS with the Christens" ."estate of said decedent should not be ... MARTIN t EE GRANT, Pastor. arrrovexl; and said heirs are notified c to then and there make proof of heir- CHRISTI AN CHURCH aid receive their distributive ;,-.-;x- ".-i-t.vtkr Dav at shares. WANTED To buy No. 1 good cow, Jersey or Guernsey. Call Red 1575. the Fairn'.our.t Christian church. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, NOTICE OF THE ELECTION OF Everv member is urged to be pres-nis -'4 day ot April 1922. nt and enjoy the felVnvship. Big S. A. CONNELLY, Bible school " at 9:30 with Supt. Hill! Clerk of Grant Circuit Court, and other cheers at the helm. Morn- ' April 27-May 4-11. ing and evening sermons by Bro. Har- I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Auditor at the Primary, May 2nd. I have always lived in Grant County. I have never been a candidate for public office. I am a man of family. I believe that I am familiar with the desires of the citizens of Grant County and that I can conduct the office consistent with their desires. If you select me as your Auditor: I pledge you First: To devote my entire time to the conduct of the Auditor's office. Second: The Auditor is a member of the County Board of Review and as a member of the County Board of Review, I pledge you my best efforts toward equalizing the Tax Burden. Third: At all times to stand unflinchingly on the side of the citizens and to protect their interests to the best of my ability, without fear or favor. The best measure of a man's ability to perform his promises is his past record and to this end I respectfully refer you to my neighbors, irrespective of their politics, as I have always lived in the same locality. I will sincerely appreciate your vote. DAVID E. HARRIS. Republican tison. Special music. Expect to see you. Don't disappoint us. TRUSTEES Notice is hereby given that on the third day of May, ninteen hundred twenty-twp, at eight-thirty o'clock P. M. the Fairmount Baptist Church of Fairmount, Iindiana, will elect two Trustees, one to serve two years and one to serve three years. ETHEL COAHRAN, Church Clerk. Done by order of the church at a business meeting held April 19, 1922. CARD OF THANKS We wish in this way to express our thanks to friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during our recent bereavement. Mrs. OH ie Gossett, The Family. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR No. 39 7S j Notice is hereby given. That the un- ' dersigned has been apointed executor of the estate of Effie Fankboner, de- 1 ceased, late of Fairmount Townsl-.ip, Grant Cunty, Indiana. Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. OZRO, G. FANBONER. Administrator CHAS T. TARKER, Atorney. April 27 May 4-11. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR Alfred Hogston Attorney at Law, Marios, lad. REPUBLICAN for STATE SENATOR H -V v' Ha New for Senator It's New in 1922 To The Women Yoters of Indiana: Our first state-wide primary is here. May 2nd, we nominate precinct, county, state and rational officials. SENATOR HARRY S. NEW is up for re-election. He has served one term. Indiana always gives a man the second term when his record is good SENATOR HARRY S. NEW voted for: WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE give hack to him your first ballot in a primary. PROHIBITION Not only the Amendment, but all supplemental bills. THE MATERNITY BILL demanded by womens organisations of all states ALL WAR MEASURES necessary to win the war or to better the condition of the boys at home or abroad. REDUCTION OF STANDING ARMY on Senator News motion quota reduced from 500,000 to 173,000, later 130,000. This is a telling blow to militarism and saves to tax-payers more than $400,000,000 a rear. FIVE BIG AGRICULTURAL BILLS regulating stock yards, stock exchanges, farm loan bonds, creating $25,000,000 fund for farm loans,' extending operation of war finance corporation so that $1,000,000,000 is available for farm loans. RUSSIAN RELIEF $20,000,000 voted. This created a market for American grain, started prices upward for the farmer, and fed a starving people. BUGET SYSTEM greatest forward step yet taken toward business methods in Government. SOLDIER RELIEF more than $3S6,000,000 appropriated this year for benefit of soldiers. THE FOUR POWER TREATY Senator New upholds the hands of Warren G. Harding in bringing understanding and faith to the nations of the earth. This is SENATOR NEWS record. Will you stand by the man who has stood by you ? Yours for the success of the Party, MAUDE BRILES, Fairmount Township Chairman, Woman Division. O x Economy in the conduct of public office is the crying need of the present The only way to lower taxes is to spend less money. Sam Connelly has placed the County Clerk's office on a self-sustaining basis. Taxpayers do not pay a cent towards Us maintainance; it pays for itself and produces a surplus that is turned into the County Treasury. He has saved YOU this money. Think it over. Sam Connelly is a candidate for renomination and is making his campaign solely on his record. Take advantage of his experience and nominate him again. The correct operation of the County Clerk's office is important to taxpayers. Sam Connelly's experience will enable him to give the county even more efficient service. Let's establish a precedent by assuring the fellow who makes good and saves our money of our appreciation. Sam Connelly's experience and splendid record assure you an economical and efficient administration. This is purely a business proposition. Investigate his record then vote for him. Less handshaking but more dollars saved. Madl e , (QQdl In the State Senate t stood and now stand against Boards and Commissions, and for Low eruvg Taxes by Reducing Expenses. Investigate my Record. I shall appreciate your support. No. 20 en the Ballot. Vote for Sam Connelly's Record of Efficency At the Republican Primary in May. ONE GOOD TERM DESERVES ANOTHER

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