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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 6

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, April 27, 1922
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Tins PAHIKOUNT NEWS Byron Traster was n Troy, O., the first part of the week. Misses Ine Albertson and Velma Briles spent Saturday of last week in Marion. MAYFLOWER MARKET George Ferguson and family and Frank Ferguson and wife were Marion Dr. Glenn ;McAtee has returned OME DAY visitors Thursday. from Woodville, O., where he was called by the serious illness of his mother. Dr. MeAtee reports that his mother is much improved. Many people on the verge of des pair have taken Tanlac and recovered. H. W. Hahne. Fresh Strawberries Walker Smythe, formerly a of Smythe Brothers, proprietors Mr. and Mrs. Will Parrill entertain ed Clvde Lewis and family at supper (of the club cafe, has taken a position jas traveling salesman. Clyde Smythe has bought the inteerst of his brother Walker. Wednesday evening. We are going to have nice weather, then you will clean house. When you do, you may find that you will want some new curtains. If you do, we have them. Mrs. Edith Hayworth and children were guests of John Compton and family Sunday at Jonesboro. Specials Friday-Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Verlie Mann entertained the following guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Revincton and rhil- Mr. and Mrs. Von Goodykoontt of ; dppn Maxine and Robert of near Mont- near Jonesboro, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fowler Tuesday. pelier, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Bjortfc, Joseph Engle, j Norton Bortz of Fort Wayne, Miss j Viola Shepard of Marien. Other call-j ers of the day were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Grape Fruit 10e Post Toaaties, 2 for 25c Oranges, per doz...40c and 53c Puffed Wheat, 2 for 23c Lemons, per doz 35c Olio 20c Bananas, per lb 7 l-2c Sweet Potatoes, 5 lbs 33c Fancy Apples, per lb 10c Sunbeam Pork and Beans.. 10c Head Rice, 3 lbs 25c Sun Beam Coffee, per lb... 50c Shredded Wheat, 2 for.... 23c Cheese, special, per lb 25c Mrs. David Jones has gone to Hammond and Laporte where she will visit her sons, Dr. Eli Jones and Dr. Ben Jones. Scripture, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Listenfelt. The Bee Hive Cash Store Some day you may need a pair of good all leather Shoes. If you do, we have them: STAR BRAND The English Speaking class of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wpod enter- tained last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Henry j high school, in connection with their Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Green study of journalism, made a trip to CLEAN-UP SALE OF 40c PEACHES f 30c PER CAN of Warren. the plant of the tairmount JNews Thursday morning under the supervision of their teacher, Mrs. Gilbreath, where they inspected the plant, the editor explaining the different elements entering into the making of a paper from the mechanical point of view. Head lettuce, leaf lettuce,, tomatoes. New cabbage. New potatoes, celery, cauliflower, radishes, green onions, Texas White onions. A full line of chicken feed. Miss Dorothy Luther will spend the week-end with friends in Terre Haute. that Mrs. Elizabeth Bogue entertained at dinner Tuesday, Mrs. Louella Mit-tank, Mrs. Elmer Jay, Mrs. Ellen Hipes and Mrs. May Henley. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Stookey charmingly entertained a small company of friends Monday evening at their home on South Main street. SuitNow The Mayflower Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bertaux spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Bumgart-ner at Alexandria. ACADEMY MUSICAL AT FRIENDS CHURCH. Phone 11. On Tuesday evening, May 2, the academy will present a spring music- J Bob Lindsay, Prop, , . ..... 1, Mrs. Glenn MeAtee spent Sunday in Marion, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Pontius. Rev. C. B. Sweeney and family left Wednesday afternoon for their new home in Mentone. Rev. Jones and family are now occupying the M. E. parsonage. al. lhe entertainment will be given at the Friends church starting promptly at 8 o'clock. Special numbers as well as selections by the orchestra and girls Madrigal club have been prepared. Mrs. Jennie W. Jones will return ! some time next week after spending Miss Cloud of Chicago was in Fair- i the winter in Columbus and Niles, O. mount Wednesday endeavoring to in- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Howard of terest a number of ladies in the or- First Class Laundry J. L. CONRAD, SELLERS & JAY, Agents ! Fort Wavne were the over Sunday t conization of a study club thnough the NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX No. 4049. Notice is herby given, That the un jruests of John Briles and other re- Burton Holmes Travelogue Bureau. latives. J i Miss Louise Arnold, Miss Helen Cox, dersigned has been appointed Execu Frank Coahran of Crawfordsville j Miss Merle Smith and Miss Georgia j trx of the estate cf Margaret James, has soM his residence property on the 1 Richardson members of the faculty corner of First and Vine street to of the public schools, were week-end James Collins. guests of Miss Georgia Wesser at her home in Swayzee. deceased, late of Fairmount Township, Grant County, Indiana. Said Estate is suposed to be solvent. MARGARET HENLEY, Executrix CHAS. T. PARKER Attorney April 27-May 4-11. The New City Laundry never causes the slightest injury to the most delicate fabrics. It gives you a finished piece of work that is a delight to the eye. And we make our charges for this high grade work exceptionally reasonable. We invite a trial order from you in the full knowledge that we can please you. Mrs. W. H. Jackson of Benton, Mich., came Wednesday for a short visit with her daughter, Mrs. Emerson Moon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Davis of Marion called on Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Bogue Sunday afternoon. Mrs. B. P. Bogue accompanied them to their home and attended the funeral of J. L. Massena in Marion. If you are run down, discouraged and out of heart, get a bottle of Tanlac ar.d see how different it makes you feel. H. W. Hahne. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Couch and son $25.00 to $40.00 Suits Made to your individual measure. Our guarantee of quality and price protects our customers. IBillie were the Sunday dinner guests rs. Fairmount chapter of War Mothers jof Mr. Couch's parents, Mr. and M vill Wld their regular monthly meet-Tom Couch near Matthews, drivi NEW CITY LAUNDRY CO. Alexandria, Indiana Just a Few Of the Bargains We Have for This Week Order rnw Ea?ter. afterward to view the wreckage of the storm of some days ago. next Monday evening at the home of Mrs. J. J. McEvoy on South Main street. RIBBLE BROS. (of course) Enos Harvey, superintendent Yearly Meeting of Friends. Nob-lesville, writes: "My wife and I natives of the vicinity of Fair- Mrs. Samuel Leer, and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Adams went to Indianapolis Wednesday where they will attend a two or three days session of Grand chapter. roy tohron the mount are always interested in semi-weekly visits of The News.' 0PLE Born, Sunday, April 23, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers, a baby daughter, Mrs. Charles Haugh, sustained some very painful although not serious injuries when she tripped while descending the stairway at her home last week, and fell. ou IQrow? WILL GIVE AWAY :- Choice of over 100 pieces of Aluminum Ware, many worth over two dollars each, with fifteen dollars worth of groceries. Prices as Low as the Lowest. VAE MEET ANY COMPETITION. Louise. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Myers was Miss Sallie Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Jones. Old Reliable Coffee, per lb . 30c Large Pet Cream, per can. . 10c Small Pet Cream, per can., oc I gal. Good Sirup.. 50c Good Can Sweet Corn..... 10c P. & G. Soap, per bar. ..... 6c 1 lb can Tall Salmon. .... . 15c t lb can Flat Salmon .... 10c Sardines, per box ......... 5c Good Luck Olio, per lb ... . 25c 7c box Matches 5c Phoenix Oats, per box.... 10c Pint Jar Bee Hive Baking Powder ................ 15c 1 lb Peaberry Coffee, per lb 25c Best Eating Apples, per lb.. 10c Special Prices on Canned Fruits Mrs. Rose O'Neal of Elkhart is the guest of Mrs, Sarah Briles and Miss Maude Briles. Newton Allen and daughter Miss Nora Allen, Charles Allen and wife and Mrs. L. II. Henley attended the funeral of Mr. Allen's brother-in-law, Mr. Kirby Culbertson at Gaston, Frank Day is recuperating from his accident which befell him some two weeks ago. Mr. Day was injured severely by the falling of a heavily laden loadinp truck which carried him between a box car and the factory. Frar.k Coahran and son Donald of Crawfordsville were the over Sunday Ituests of Charles Coahran and William Lamb. EVERYTHING FOR THE BABY ORDERS TAKEN FOR COMPLETE LAYETTES Tanlac is a powerful, reconstructive system and stomach tonic. It tones up the system, restores lost appetite and makes you feel strong, sturdy and well, as nature intended. H. W. Hahne. A. A. Ulrey has returned to his "Vtne in North Manchester after a short visit with his daughter, Mrs. Charles NaVer arnl family. Vergil Hearne and Ted Pace, after a week's visit in Fairmount, have returned to Chillicothe, O. Messrs Hearne and Pace are taking government vocational training) work, being in the customs tailoring department. Ladies' Underwear The Kind You Are Looking For. - THE BEE HIVE CASH STORE parisiana and Mrs. Ella Patterson s lfrance BON-TON CORSETS 1,11 3 i-,,a dUII a sluc HOS MRT STORE He's Better known Than a King! He's Better Fun Than a Circus! The Women's Benefit AssoeiatVm of the Maccabees will have a class for initiation at their regular meeting which will be held in the K. of P, hall next Monday night. The Marion team will come over and confer the degree. The O. E. S, Auxiliary will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Monta Buller on South Main street. Mrs. Buller will be assisted in her duties as hostess by Mesdames Estella Kelley, Alice Ramsey and Ida Montgomery, 5 tomUS VACCINATE YOUR HOGS WITH THORNTOWN SERUM Strictly Throat Bled Pure and Potent Ch4rwurctfc Chirwvf1' ci prove U- aJ Serum and virus, also capsules and iodine, at labra-tory prices. Keep a supply on hands at all times sell your rriena. klcATKK tt MeATER Graduates of Palmpr School Davenport, low Connopotirari Pnxhction Phone Black 1802. B ATURE is the real physician and the HL D WILSON, Rep, N Dr. Clyde Payne who has been an interne in a large hospital at Cincinnati, O., since his graduation last spring from the University of Cincinnati, will locate in Dayton, O., something neat the first f June, specialising in the diseases of children. Dr. Pavne Is spending some time here science of Chiropratic has opened the way for man through spinal ad t justments tjt remove the JL cause of disease. Seek .J ' J a correct analysis of .4 $ J your case and have the ClI with hts parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. i Payne. ROOF PAINTING subluxations of your f i Mr. and Mrs. William Gregg enter Pos-i-tive-ly guaranteed as the gosh-ll-dern-, dest crooked est yarn that ever tickled the ribs it the world! v A yarn for the hundred million folks who itch, at times, to speculate. Property lies H Boobv-.lle, Pennsyltucky. Every ticket good for a thousand per cent in laughs! Oast Includes Sam Hardy Doris Renyon Diana Allen Norman Kerry a j tamed Wednesday evening at a charm-T j ing 6 o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. spine locaiea ana aajust ed. Chiropractic will Erove itself to you as the est friend you ever had pr could have. i Gregg's sister, Miss Kloise Thomp- If your iron roof needs painting let na do it for you. We use the best of paint and do not pot any oil, gasoline or lamp black in it. And we will guarantee it to atay on. We will paint your roof and yon can pay for It when yon ara aatiafled. Black paint pat on complete fof 75c per aqaare, and Red paint $1.00 per square. n 11 lj Ask tor Chiropractic literature sun WUV IS f IBIUIIg UVIC .land, O. The guests included, Mr. ahd Mrs. C t. Roberts and son Jack ' Norman. Mr. and AErs. Glen Gift and Call PARKER Fairmount, Ind. Phone 6 or 102. ROYAL THEATRE THURSDAY and FRIDAY. Adm. 1 5c Cc 5c - mni plica abauw xxk, THE TINNER t, Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. David Gregg and . . . u. ..... I A nr. ana urs nuoert wuson. j K2JU TE3 CLACCIFIZD CCLUUN

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