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May 1, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS BROOKLYN LAD WILL DRIVE MYSTERY CAR DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY- Rooms over Postoffice Hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. for Thursday's issue) (Too late LITTLE RIDGE U I' FOR SALE LAWN PARK BROOD COOPS $2.50 each. Kelley's. E. B. COUCH DENTIST , Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 FOR SALE Marion fence. Price right. Oscar Loy & Son. Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical to meet Thursday night at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Claud Scott. Miss Dorothy Davis of Orestes spent last week with her sister Mrs. Clyde Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jackson. Miss Millie Hunt spent Tuesday visiting Mrs. Charles McClintock. Mr. Joseph Seibold formerly of this vicinity passed away Tuesday night at his home in Elwood. Miss Opal Waymire, daghter of Mr. and Mts. Claud Waymire died at her home Tuesday evening with tumor on the brain. Miss Waymire was taken to the Indianapolis hospital and an operation was performed but did rot give relief. . FOR SALE White Rock eggs for hatching, 75 c for 15; or $4.00 per hundred. Mrs. A. M. Kirkpatrick, Summitville, Ind., Phone 401. YOU CANT BURY AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THIS PAPER. THE NEWS IS READ THROUGH. Prayer meeting: was held Tuesday evening at the church with Hiram Harvey as leader. St. John 14 was the topic lesfvn. Following the prayer meeting: services, the names of the candidates who are running for offices in the state, county and township were announced and a discussion followed as to the efficiency of each. J. B. Whiteky presiding. Mr. Elwnod Townsend and daughter Inis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fredrick and the Misses Charlotte South-witte and Mary Boxell of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Harvey and daughters Idris and son Ralph were entertained for Sabbath dinner at the Rev. and Mrs. Hiram Harvey's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Safford enter ru oouin siae square Clarion jl FOR SALE-Ash Coal. -Virginia Crystal Black Loy & Son. urn FERTILIZER Car Kelley's. load in stock. ' c0:00,r',0i0 g ii FOR SALE Cultured buttermilk and cottage cheese at Cloverleaf Cream station. 7 ( 3 -Jl ' 2 WATCH EOR THE MAN WITH THE BLA CK BA G tained the latter's parents, Mr. and i Mrs. Samuel Woodrulf for Sunday dinner. j If, nn.l "rc V T? llon-ov ontoi-- ! FOR SALE Eggs for hatching. Fishel's Direct. $1.50 for 15. Mrs. S. P. Roberts. I: cm FOR SALE One set wagon scales, one set truck scales, three large tarpaulins. T. A. Snider Pres. Co. RALPH C. COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 409 Marion National Bank Building MARION, INDIANA Phone 246 Sundays by Appointment NDIANAPOLIS. IND. Ira Vail, the Brooklyn lad who dotes on the per- 11 J ss c J 8? c m m i i fume of burned castor oil, is very -Strawberry plants. Call FOR SALE-179-3 Red. 5 2 FOR RENT tained for Sunday dinner, Mr. Hiram Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jarrett and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stannis-bury all of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley attended the Fairmount township S. S. convention at the Friends church Sabbath afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Harrold bid as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Yale. In the afternoon they visited the storm stricken district in Madison and Delaware countiei. Mr. A. E. RatlifT attended church in Anderson Sunday night. The Little Ridge school taught by Mr. E. H. Garner closed last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harvey THREE ROOMS for rent with light and city water on West First street. Nina Davis. 3 sr : r C stcl Vil WHO fc. arS," DO V secretive about the car he is going to drive on Tuesday, May 30. Ira maintains that misfortune always rides with him at Indianapolis and that he is not going to tip off what car he will pilot until the last minute. Vail is built like Abraham Lincoln and does not look like he could stand a hundred miles of fast driving over the bricks but he always fools the railbirds and goes the route, usually getting a piece of money but failing to gain his cherished ambition to win one of the five centuries. LOST Prest-O-Plates Mean Plenty of "Pep LOST A pair of glasses between ; home and north school building j Friday noon. Mrs. M. L. Bartling. LOST Lost Monday evening, April 25, at fire, G. C. I. A. track meet medal. Finder return to News office. GRANDPA HEARNE IS READY FOR ACTION ;LOSi Automobile jack near Central Finder return to the News els, but regular Prest-O-Lite Batteries, backed by the regular Prest-O-Lite guaranty; a definite, generous obligation, plus a spirit that says the car owner must be pleased. Pr-sst-O-Lite Batteries are speciued by G7 leading manufacturer.;, and this list is growing. How is your battery working? Is its pulse low? Come around and consult our specialists. We prolong the life of all batteries, and we never tell you that you need a new battery until you do. Drive around, and get our friendly expert advice. They are the backbone of Prest-O-Lite Batteries. Better than ordinary plates, they make Prest-O-Lite Batteries better than ordinary batteries. Prest-O-Plates combine a peculiar porosity with- an unusual hardness, which explains their quick delivery of power in cold weather, and great, heat-resisting, non-bucklingstxcngthinsummer. We have Prest-O-Lite Batteries as low as $19.90 (trade in price) for popular makes of light cars, and other types at correspondingly low prices. These are not special mod garage, office. LOST Large yellow Persian cat. Reward effered for return of same. Call 242. for ; DIANAPOLIS. IND. Watch jM -. V I and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson visited the storm district of Orestes ! Sunday evening. Some of the crowd going farther northeast to see the disaster. i Mr. and Mrs. A. E. RatlifT, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley attended the banquet Monday nicht held at Fairmount acadi-my. The banquet was given in honor of the winners of the athletic and declamatory contestants. An all day meeting of the Aaron Worth and Little Ridge W. C. T. U. was held at this place last Thursday, There was a contest by five of the ' Is, the little man with a much-check- ! WANTED erod snort coat, eisar as big as him- j self, everlastingly toting a big. black ; bag at the International 500-mile dash ' for approximately $100,000 at the In-! dianapo'is Motor Speedway, Tuesday, ! May 30. No. he's not a bootlegger with a convenient supply, but he is B. L ALLRED, Distributor, WANTED House cleaning to do. Mrs. Del Smith, opposite the Grist mill. FAIRMOUNT. IND. the man "who runs the race." Eddie WANTED To buy No. 1 good cow, ! i Jersev or Guernsey. Call Red 1575. ! county superintendents of department f Edenburn is the representative of the ' THE OLDEST SERVICE TO MOTORISTS I Call Byran Tras- ! WANTED Teams. ! ter, 235 Red. American Automobile Association ' Contest Hoard under whose auspices j the great IuJianarolis speed affair is ( held. Edenburn is the father con-1 fessor of all the drivers and me- j chanies and one of his annual bor- j mides is, '"Who do I notify in case you ' don't come back." j AGENTS WANTED work, Mr?. Adda Atkinson of Fowler- 1 ton won the prize. Mrs. Elizabeth ; Stanley cf Liberty, state president of, the W. C. T. U. was the speaker and interested her audience very much. j Mr. Rudolph Broyk-s of Gaston was a guest at supper Friday evening of ; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley. j Mr. and Mrs. Russel Harv ey and ' Mrs. Hiram Harvey were Marion vis- ; itors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Brewer have been recent callers at the home of Mr. r r t " t AGENTS WANTED $100.00 weekly j r.or ?ible through our exclusive repre- j NDIANAPOLIS. IND. Eddie I "Grandpa" Hearne is annually the i scntative plan. Fastest selling Ford accessory on market. '-Masco" Splash Fender for front of Ford car elimin- ' ales rattling of front fenders, pre- ' vtnts radiator, lights and front of car CANNONBALL ' BAKER IN 5 00-MILE JAUNT first pilot to enter the Indianarolis "0" -mile race, and this year the ; veteran will atrnni carry No. 1 and r.ilot a Disreel Duesenberc. Although Mrs. Wm. Briles, who have late ana d I you 8M this sign WfNv05r' " 'V 1 TlOkQOX ly moved o Delaware county. i Mr. an 1 Mrs. Henry Panis and family visited ea?t of Fairmount Sun- ' day afternoon. i I still a young man and in his prime, he j becoming mud splashed, induces great- answers to the sohriiuet of "Grandpa," )er volume air into radiator, reflects . ! i almost entirely bald and one of the 'irmo's rays onto road in night driv- i four drivers who contested in the first i ir - beautifies lines of car putting' ! r.OO r.iiler in mi. who is still driving j car in hi her priced class. The1 : lace cars, for money, marbles or chalk, i '' . . ., T:fi,t ; Ford car, being the only car without j ! " a splash pan protection, every owner , I THAT BAD BACK wants this essential attachment. Any- "Headquarters forPrest I I nnd uh I ! Hi Jl i 1 O-Lite's special battery I tfrade inr O-Lite's special battery G KANT for radio purposes j Do you have a dull, steady ache in ' one can attach fender in few minutes. ; the small of the back sharp, stabbing Retails $6.50. Send $4.00 for agent's ! twinges when stooping or lifting dis- sample and contract application for ; tressing urinary disorders ? For bad ; territorial rights. Give references, i back and weakened kidneys Fairmount Mayer. Auto Accessories Corporation, Doff Dickey has a new tractor. I Mrs. George Robertson spent Satur- j residents recommend Doan's Kidney Manufacturers. 333-335 Washington i i Pills. Ask your neighbor. Read this St.. Buffalo, N. Y. . ! Fairmount statement. '- I ' J26.-f maS f9jsZ J SALESMEN One for citv. one for 2 county. Men who can earn from $2,000 to $6,000 per year. Sell the Mrs. E mma Egdorf, 3rd & V ine Sts. says: "My kidneys troubled me and I felt dull and sluggish most of the time. I bad severe beadarbes and mv . r people what they want, groceries, food HOT SHOtV HOT SHOT AATTxHT back was weak and lame and often supplies, household necessities, manu-ached. I had rheumatic pains in my factured specialities used dady in ev- 5 I day afternoon with Mrs. Bert Little. , William Lewis and children visited the storm district Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Little and daughter, entertained Saturday night and Sunday, Miss Grace Little of Anderson. Gladys Leach was a Sunday guest. Grant school will close Friday with a big dinner and a program. Mrs. Lew Harrison, Mir. and Mrs. Paul Kibby and Mrs. Metcalf called on Mrs. Bert L-ittle one afternoon last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Payne and family spent S.unday with Mr. and Mrs, Otho Oompton of Fairmount. Rev. Rhoads is driving the academy hack this week. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Five hundred miles of speeding won't bother I couldn't stand . eiT nome' so,a unaer our uwlT limbs and suffered so Protective Guarantee. Ula estamisn- rm mxr f ot Inner pflniiffh t r rV imnintr . - -o, XrtAr, oi ed company, quick sales. Large pro Permanent and frequent repeat frequently. I used Doan's Kidney i "tS- 4 business. Exclusive territory, no ... I .. , , , ,r r 4.1 t E. G. "Cannonball" Baker, who has entered to drive a Frontenac In the International 500-mile race to be held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Tuesday, May 30. Baker has made more trans-continental speed tours than any other living man, havine made 52 tours. This year will be his first drive In competition at Indianapolis, although he has driven numerous tests on the track. mi;f trv, ootnu i capital neeaea. ipur cmuce ui v.ncc They gave me Fix that bell today! Columbia Dry Bat-teries work better and last longer and the rheumatic pains left and I felt fine." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't bella and biuMra ways to sell. yuicK-starxing x-ian finances you, no waiting for commissions. The men we want may be employed but we make it worth their while to change. Write today for fen thermostats j simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that ignition on the I your city or county. The E. C. Harley Mrs. Egdorf had. Foster-Milburn Co- RIG DON Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Advertisem ent. I Company, J-040, Dayton, Ohio. Ford while starting for dry battery light-ins; in dosec, cellar, garret, bam, etc Get one Columbia "Bell Ringer" Battery, or two Columbia "No. 6" Batteries, . and make the old bell happy. Columbia Dry Batteries are better for every purpose. More power and longer life at little cost. Used everyv.hcre for doorbells, buzzers, heat regulators, alarms, etc., for gas engine and tractor ignition, and for quick starting ignition on non-self-starting Fords. Columbias are for sale all around you electricians, hardware stores, general stores, auto supply shops, garages, implement dealers. Insist upon Cjlurr.bia. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3849. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Mary A. Marsh, Deceased, to appear in the Grant Circuit Court, held at Marion, Indiana, on the 20th day of May, 1922, and show cause, if any, why the FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS with NOTICE OF THE ELECTION OF TRUSTEES Notice is hereby given that on the third day of May, ninteen hundred twenty-two, at eight-thirty o'clock P. M. the Fairmount Baptist Church of NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3848. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Mabelle M. Coahran, Deceased, to appear in Mr. and Mrs. Clair Meyer are the proud parents of a baby boy named Charles. Miss Carrie Wheatley is staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hill and assisting in caring for Mr. Jeff Gifford, who fell a short time ago and broke his hip. Tke wotld'M most famous dry battery. Used where group of indtriduat cells is needed. Vakrtestock Spring Clip Binding Posts at no extra charge I Fairmount, Iindiana, will elect two the Grant Circuit Court, held at Ma rion, Indiana, on the 20th day of May Trustees, one to serve two years and 1922, and show cause, if any, why the one to serve three years. ETHEL COAHRAN, Church Clerk. Done by order of the church at a business meeting) held April 19, 1922. tthe estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this 26th day of April, 1922. S,. A- CONNELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. May 1-8-15. Rev. and Mrs. Harter took Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elster Hiatt and family. A great number from this vicinity motored to Orestes and the surrounding country last Sunday. Miss Dorothty McClintock spent Sunday and Monday visiting Miss Lois Miller. Mrs. Carl Ferning and children spent Saturday night and Sunday Tfsiting Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hallawell. FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS with the estate of , said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this 26th day of April 1922. S. A. CONNELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. One of the oddest cargoes on record was probably that carried lately by a : " fa? British steamer bound for Morocco. It ' List itfKtrr consisted of 2,000,000 gallons of purified drinking water for the use of the Spanish troops fighting the rebels in Mc occo Natives of Poland now living in the United States number 3,500,000. May 1-8-15. The Willing Workers are planning,

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