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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

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E. Curless were in ! Mr. and Mrs. O. Marion Saturday. are the hills, the river, and the woods geographically like Canada and Alaskan trail. I Mrs. R. A. Morris ond son William The Movies OFFERINGS AT THE ROYAL ; spent Sunday in Milton. Watch for the style of pictures you The 10,000 tons of wood waste and sawdust destroyed each day in British Columbia are capable pf supplying from 40,000,000 to 50,000,-000 pallons of power alcohol. j iiKe, we nave tnem at the Koyal. 1 J ! -hur Rommers and family drove ;to Iipton Sunday and visited friends, FOR SALE 1 Miss Jennie Baker srent thp wppIt. end with her sister Miss Anna Scott "OUT OF THE SNOWS' Unusual photography, a skein pf highly dramatic moments placed together" with a romantic story of love in the great Northwest, and a cast of especial merit are the outstanding features of "Out of the S,nows," the new National Picture which comes to the Royal theatre Tuesday. The scenes are laid around Quebec. FOR SALE Marion fence. Price right. Oscar Loy & Son. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3849. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Marv A. at Little Ridge. Mis! Gail Dav of Alrrnn O .v.n FOR SALE-Ash Coal. -Virginia Crystal Black Loy & Son. 'for a short visit with her parents Mr. i and Mrs. I. T. Daw Why go out of town to buy your Oxfords? Why? Pay $7, $8 and $9 for a pair when you can buy them just as stylish, just as good for $5. Don't buy until you se our line of Ladies' and Men's Oxfords we are selling for $5 per pair. The Bee Hive Cash Store Mrs. John Caskey and two children FOR SALE Cultured buttermilk and the picturesque Canadian Northwest, and far up into the Artie Circle, and the story has all the thrill and intensity of the far stretches of forests cottage cheese at Cloverleaf Cream station. ot ZSautratuck, Conn., are visiting jMrs. Mattie Caskey and other rela-j tives. and the silent snpw country that breeds strong men and faithful FOR SALE Eggs for hatching. Fishel's Direct. $1.50 for 15. Mrs. S. P. Roberts. Marsh, Deceasedf t 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 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. Clyde Lewis is moving his family ?from North Vine street into property Ion the comer lof Sycamore and Adams street. Ralph Ince, in addition to being the director of the picture, is seen in a splendid role of a member of the famous Northwest Mounted Police. He is given splendid support by Zena Keefe and Gladys Coburn, the only feminine members of the cast. Also FOR SALE Dig Type Poland China Male Hog. Two years old. Phone 1861 Black. the able acting of Patrick Hartigan, Huntley Gordon and Red Eagle, the and Bed We will give you $5 for a pair of Star FOR SALE Hot Plate Springs. Phone 10. latter a full-blooded Indian brave, deserve mention. substitute for Brand Oxfords containing any leather. Iwis Freital and Miss Mildred "Becker were married last Wednesday !in Marion. Mrs. Freital is a sister of Mrs. Harry Favors and the voung i married counle will make their'home with Mr. and Mrs. Favors for a short time. Mr. Freital has employment :with the Service Oil company. j THE ONLY SOUND POLICY ' When once the state starts upon a paternalist career, there is no tell-; ing to what extreme it may be re-; quired to go. The sound noliov is fnr FOR SALE Kitchen cabinet, davenport and reed rug, 8-3x11-6. Phone 3G7. "THE IDOL OF THE NORTH' A complete "trail city, the histori. WANTED Li RQY A ! TI IE ATE 1 cal duplicate of Dawson City in 1897, was built in Artie City, a motion picture suburb of Porth Henry. N. Y.. for the exterior scenes of "The Idol WANTED House cleaning to do. Mrs. Del Smith, opposite ihe Grist mill. ; the people to do the things which they i . in good pro- variety RovaL We select a grams for the of the North," Dorothy Dalton's latest can ao oest, and lor the government to do only those thines which it ran An, Paramount picture which will be Order that SuitNow WANTED Jersey cow. Must be a one. Chas. Buller, Phone 1573 Red. r ,r . n , , r , b15!t or can do alone. If that rule Little Margaret Caskey of Fowler- were followed, the cost of eovern-ton is the guest of her ur.el? Lew nient would be greatly reduce,!, and Caskey and family. the substantial welfare of the people . . . ( would be as greatly promoted. Bos-Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bertaux spent j ton Transcript. Sunday in Alexandria the guests of ! , repairing see Otto FOR SIDEWALK Pettiford. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bumgartner. FOUND shown at the Royal Theatre Thursday. The story, by J. Clarkson Miller, deals with the virile struggle for life in the great Canadian Northwest and afforded excellent opportunity for picturesque photography. For purposes of the picture "Totem Citv" was built. Almost over night the Aurora Borealis saYon and dance hall, the Ritz hotel, Brissac cabin, and Bates cabin, sprangi up like magic. The river was bridged in one place with a typical wooden span such as the gold seekers used in 1897. The rugged beauty of the scene was enhanced by the heavy snow that fell during the company's Blue beads are luck tokens of the far east. M. Gounaris, right hand man of King Constantine, always carries a whole string of beads in his pocket. FOUND Watch, owner can have by calling Wm. Eaton. Route 1. Lea McTurnan spent the greater part of last week near Rigdon. called there by the serious illness of his mother. LOST TUESDAY, MAY 9 Ralph Ince IN Oat Of The Snows The glamour of the snow country where life is cheap, but a woman's love is held without price. -Also Snub Polard Comedy and Pathe-News THURSDAY, May 11 Dorothy Dalton The Idol "or" The North Cold! And a rush of soldiers of fortune to No-Man's Land in the North. Also Star Comedv "BOTH BOOTHS'' FRIDAY, MAY 12 Elmer Ambrose Snerry. of gyro- Mr. and Mrs. Ora Couch and son '.puce LOST Monday evening. April 25, at fire, G. C. I. A. Declamatory Contest medal. Finder return to News office. -WOOL basics R:!!ie have returned from a visit with -ccr,Pe lame, has completed the world s Mrs. Couch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'artrost and most powerful search-H. R. Wright of Matthews. .light, having, 1.200.000.000 candle -, power. Among the business firms who have ' ' " " their places of business fitted up with j It is estimated that 43.1 per cent, f.ne new awnings are Bert Briles. ' of the family budget is spent for Ellis & Fowler, Mrs. Buchtel and fowl, 17.7 per cent, for shelter, 13.2 Hill Brothers. per cent, for clothing. 5.6 per cent. for fuel and light and 20.4 per cent. The first Quarterly Conference of for sundries, the year will be held Tuesday evening ; stav at Port Henry and R. llham , Neill. director was able to film many j effective exterior scenes for the pic-j ture. i Arctic City, the sone of the unuun! activities of the Dalton company, has a unique place in motion picture mak- ! ing. Nearly all of the Alaskan and I Canadian Northwest pictures are tak- I en in or near the village, because the E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store , m the M. K. church. The District ' Fourteen descendants of the last ' Office hours: i : t. x. --v ..v. c.iv. mca 01 eru nave presemea a 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 mem deliver the sermon. orial to President losruia. rlcadinsr for the protection of their race. a good Don't leave town to see show, come to the Royal. i 1 IT a T - NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3848. Notice is hereby given to the ered- j van iiunt oi Loganppori is acting 1 ager.t for the Pennsylvania Railroad company at this place during the absence of the local agent. C. F. Gibson ! who is away on a vacation. - 1 r J i f r i it - iii', arm tfjja iet."s 01 laoeiie WANTED j Local representatives wanted to x solicit farm loan applications from farmers in your vicinity. $ Commission basis. We are in a X position to handle a large vol-ume of first mortgage farm loans, with a minimum of de- 5 lay and low cost to borrower. Write today to secure the agen-cy for your territory. Louis Bennison IN Sandy Bark of the U-Bar-U The funniest Comedy Western Also Buddv Post Comedv "HIS WIFE'S HUSBAND" " SATURDAY, MAY 13 Lester Cuneo IN Blue Blazes It's a Cuneo, Nuff said. Also First National Comedy "AERO-NAUGHT" Show each evening, 7:15 and 9, except Saturday Matinee, 2:30, Evening 7 and 8:45. $25.00 to $40.00 Suits Made to your individual measure. Our guarantee of quality and price protects cur customers. Order now for Easter. RIBBLE BROS. (of course) . j .u. raanran, deceased, to appear m The Democratic precinct committee- the Grant Circuit Court, held at Ma- ! if'i meeting recently and ri Indiana, on the 20th day of May i elect ed N. P. anArsdall township . ' ., , ; chairman. Cd. Hiws, secretary, and and show cause, if any, why the Wick O. Leach, treasurer. FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS Mary E. Hollingsworth. May Har- rell and Thurman Morris of Marion, and Warren Smyth of Warren were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ; Wavne Fowler last Thursday evening. Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Kejjistered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical South Side Square Marion jwith the estate of said decedent ; should not bo approved; and said heirs 1 are notified to then and there make j proof of heirship and receive their j distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, ' EOPLE P I DELAWARE Realty Bond & Mortgage Co. 351'3.")3 Johnson Block I MUNCIE, INDIANA EC333 this 26th day of April 1922. Music to correspond with pic- tures with D. M. HEADRICK at S the organ. Mrs. Charles Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wilburn and Mrs. Throckmorton were among the Fairmount people who went to Matthews Thursday night to attend the concert given by the Fairmount bind. S. A. CONNELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. May 1-8-15. Have ycu seen the Royal Program? George Won! came Friday from! Atlanta, Ga.. to join his wife wl has been making, an extended visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Doherty. Mr. and Mrs. Word will soon return to their home in Atlanta, Ga. Mis Ad.? Leach spent Sunday with her cousin Willie Leach and familv. When Price Is Right And Goods Are Rignt The Winning Pair: IT PREST-O-LlTE Trademark Hand PREST-O-LlTE Price Will Vinson of Marion visited his sister, Mrs. Sallie Heaston, Friday of last week. Cecil Tetrick of Marion, was the On account of the funeral of James Watt, the meeting of the Ladies Aid ! Society of the M. E. church has been i postponed until Thursday afternoon when it will meet with Mrs. O. C. At-, kirson on Henley avenue. Mrs. ErTle Kimes will be assistant hostess. her mother, over Sunday guest of Mrs. Jchn Dare. TRY A TRIAL ORDER O When you considerthatyoucan get a Prest-O-Lite Battery at $19.90 (trade-in price )for popular makes of light cars. and link it up with the Prest-O-Lite trademark, and remember that it contains the famous Prest-O Plates, Joseph Hutchir.s of Markm was the week-end guest of his grandmother, I Mrs. EUa Patterson. Mrs. Harry Miller of Terre Haute, will come Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lud Leer, Miss Velma Briles, Miss Aurdea Jones of Sway-ee and other friends and relatives. Mrs. Miller was Miss Norma Wence pnor to her marriage and was a clerk in the local postoffice for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Hense Wilson of Marion were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles York Friday night. And be convinced that The Mayflower Market is the Right Place to Buy. and is guaranteed by the regular Prest-O-Lite guaranty, a generous, definite obligation, plus a spirit that says tie cut owner must be pleased. you are sure to realize that the Prest-O-Lite Battery is the best buy on the market. There are correspondingly low prices for other types of Prest-O-Lite Batteries. How is your battery acting? If it is not working eagerly and vigorously, drive around and let our specialists prescribe the right treatment for it. Our business is to prolong the life of all batteries. We never say you need a new battery until you do. We are part of the Prest-O-Lite Service, the oldest organized service to motorists. Russell Dare of Anderson spent the week-erd with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Dare on Seiuth Walnut stfe?t. Miss Floy Huston came home from DePauw last Tuesday night and sang at the funeral of the late A. D. Brvan I- - L 1. 1 J J J . ' SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY SUGAR, 5 Cents a Pound At a business meeting of the Bap- 0 r:- ' tr..lT : tist church held recently Will Parrill ' givVn bvThe Mai I and Cort Creek were elected trustees Civic orchestra at the First M. ! for the coming year. jE church am, on Thur?dy rrU)rnpd 1 r- r Lt- vi- i m- to Greencastle. ! Misses Bobbe W eyler and Lillian! Pull up where you a this sign Dunbar were Sunday dinner guests f r I r x e - II . & i - l Flour, per sack ........ 98c Ohio Early Potatoes, per pk 60c Cobler Potatoes, per pk.... 60c Cabbage Plants, per do... 10c Bacon, per lb 25c, 35c, 40c Green Tea, per lb 35c Special Dry Peaches, per lb 15c Baker's Cookies, per do.. 10c Milo Olio, per lb.... 20c and up Chick (Mash. 251b sack. .. .$1.00 Charcoal, 5 lb sack 25c Pinhead Oats, per 1001b ..$3.40 21b can Common Sense Baking Powder 30c THINK OF IT 50,000 Persons Publicly Recommend Our Remedy Some are Fair mount People B. L. ALLRED, Distributor, FAIRMOUNT, IND. ol cimer ay ana iamiiy ii ineir country heme northwest iof town. Mrs. Jennie Jones returned to Faimxmnt Friday night after spending several months with relatives at Columbus, O., and other points. THE OLDEST SERVICE TO MOTORISTS Over one hundred thousand have recommended Doans Kidney Pills, For backache, kidney, urinary ills, Fifty thousand signed testimonials Are appearing now in public print. Miss Edna Bell was home from Marion for the week-end. Miss Bell spent Saturday and Sunday a week ago with a friend in Indianapolis. WITH EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE 5 POUNDS OF SUGAR FOR 25 CENTS WITH EVERY FIVE DOLLAR PURCHASE 25 POUNDS OF SUGAR AT 5c A POUND No more than 25 pounds sold to one customer Some of them are Fairmount people j Miss Nell Miller of Lebanon, who has been teaching school in the northern part of the state, stopped pver for a short vist with Mr. and Mrs. Os Wilson while enroute to her home. I and up I FRESH FISH FRIDAY f GET OUR PRICES ON FRESH PINE APPLES FOR CANNING. crme are published in Fairmount. No other remedy shows such proof. Follow this Fairmount man's ex ample. C H. Everhart, S03 N Seymour St. says: "My kidneys were not act-ing right and I had lumbago and sev. ere backaches that made it hard to do any stooping or lifting. The action of my kidneys was irregular, at times very free. I used Dons Kidney Pills and they soon rid me of the back aches and put my kidneys in good condition. Price 60c, at all dealers. Dont limply ask tot a kidney remedy gH Dun'i Kidney Pills tha tarn that Mr. Everhart had. FosterMilburn Co. Hfrs &u3ata, N. Y-AtfyertiMneat. A program will be ftiven at the Friends church next Sunday morning t the regular preaching hour 10:30 a. m. This will be in observance of Parents Day instead of Mothers Day. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fowler drove to Mju Hon Sunday and attended nvmihj rerrice at Ue Onrreratina1 church, f which Rev. Martin Lee Grant is Tine M&yiHoweir Ubrraate Phono 11. CoZ Ut. Prep,

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