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May 11, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS M rs. Burton Elliott arrived from hxx: 7JB J Gary Monday and will spend a week Isaiah Jay has a coxiplete line of Rugs, all new up-to-date, at pne-half the usual price. A large assortment on hand. with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. William YVeirauch and fami-y and Mr. and Mrs. John Dare spent Wednesday in Marion. omething New Lloyd Ford, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ford, is carrying his arm in a sling as the result of a fall while trying to vault over a pole. Albert Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morris, sutTered a similar accident a few days ago. Joseph, the jioun son of Dr. and ins. I. 1 Seale is recovering nicely fioiki a ease of scarlet fever. NOW AND UNTIL Closing Time Saturday Night y ONE CENT WILL BUY Any Of The Following Articles: H $2:-0 HOT WATER BAG. H ?2.50 FOUNTAIN SYRINGE H $1.50 BOQUET RAM EE TOILET WATER M $150 DAZIA COMPLEXION POWDER To show you in Miss Isadore Rush and Miss Mary ICetiner ef the Indianapolis public Ladies and lime Dresses at Old jlihiary staff spent the week-end with Misses Georgia Weser, Georgia Richardson, Mary Arnold, Merle ; Smith, and Helen Cox and Messrs -6TI V.'Klter W. Rush and family. House Aprons Prices. ' i Paul Stephens, Arthur Sinlgieton, ' Will Wickord and family of Ehvood Harrv Williams, Dewey Smith and were the Sunday euests of Mrs. Wie- p11t!i ri.i,-,, and !,, that rnmvn.l a v.'riiio ! kcrd's sistert Mrs. John Dare faaiiiy on South Walnut street. noast Tuesday evening near Gas City 1 The Bee Hive Cash Store Miss Marv Kcnncr and Miss Isa-idoie Rush of Indianapolis, and Miss I a ix ta Rush, were guests at dinner Mtss-s Hort Ribble and Fred members of the local post V. F. , are railing to a:tt.u the first H M H M M H M Q M H fcimiay on au. ana .urs. r.agar .u. ramuai encampment -..vine '.derails j Baldwin. jf)f t.v.v.,.n Wars wh,ca w.:i te held $1.00 TRUFLOR TOILET WATER $1.00 BOQUET RAM EE FACE POWDER $1.00 JONTEEL COMPACT $1.00 LIGGETTS ORANGE AND GOLD CANDY $1.00 SYMPHONY LAWN STATIONERY $ .75 HARD RUBBER COMB $ .85 CLOTH BRUSH $ .50 VIOLET DULCE VANISHING CREAM $ .35 TOOTH BRUSH $ .25 KLENZO TOOTH PASTE AND NUMBER OF OTHER ITEMS The Pioneer Drug Store -Si in i.icnm.nd, May 11, 11, Mid 1... Dr. Something New to show you in AH Leather Oxfords "Star Brand." J. 11 M bVy of Summitviilo, n Major m '.e World War was i- Fairnu.unt Wednesday to consult with the delegates from Fairmount, Mrs. Nellie Davis, accompanied by i her physician, Dr. J. P. Seale, sub- mitted to an operation for the remov-ja! of tonsils Tuesday at the Grant I county hospital. Reniamin F. Allred of Huntington Bartenders' unions in many states continue as active organizations, despite prohibition. THE REXALL STORE. XEN II. EDWARDS, Mgr. ; county, a brother if George N. All-! red and Charles Allred of this city, ; died May 5 at the home of his son j ; George W. Allred. j oi Order theit 1 Dwicht Fowkr was the guest i Porter Thomas in Marion Sunday. ONE THOUSAND Can's of good sweet corn to sell 10c per can. THE BEE HIVE CASH STORE D. M. Headriek and wife and R. P. ik iS t, IZJ SuitNow The Amoma Girls will lld their recwilar monthly meeting Friday evening at the home of Mrs. John Acker-man. The alTair is to be in the nat- Ltr.usey and family enjoyed a mcr . trip to Muncie Swr.day. Mrs. Kenneth Morris and children ! urt" of a "kkl party." f Muncie. are visiting Mrs. Morris j Mr. rnd Mrs. Paul O'Shausrhnessy parents. Air. ana Mrs. Henry Liit. SI hi IS dvve ever f ivm Pennville Sunday and Jwere puests of Mr. O'Shaughnessy's pr. en's, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'ShaUsrh-, rcsv until Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Moon will go to Shirley Sunday where Rev. Moon will have charge of an all day ociencc 'The Spell of the Image' BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF FAIRMOUNT ACADEMY A play full of pep and humor and filled with thrilling incidents. Come and see "The Spell of the Image" broken. See what the "Spell" really is. A real live play given by a live wire class. Come, and go home full of smiles. Mark Baldwin, who has been doing j sc l survey work in Ohio with head- j qua tors at Wauseon for several! Mrs. Mariah Sott has made some improvements to her prxperty on i sa: H M M H M M M M H X H M M H H N H M H H b.ic'.c ; v. el5 . will spend the week-end with; his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. j Fast First street, including p.r h. 1 William MeCormiek ad family f3 in II! I1! Li t . -i rs '1 v to to Rod Key Surday where they ; i will be sruests cf Noel Wittacre and In tlierai titM.f (hmpt actio is thp prrvfof its xiituf. MoATKK & McATKK Ur;uiu:tfs if IViinn-r school OavcajHrt. Iowa CHIROPRACTIC stands at the right side of Nature, too gacat physician. An adjustment of the spine allows me nerve energy that has teen le.nittu toilow towanls the ii.i-poverished part of the iuly that has .tceri.o dist nsvd .r;l Nature ni a.- imhamperod bu;ld back tl-.e sickly member ic. hoahh. You will tiiul ih- nr.iple proof in a few diustmrnts. There will be a meeting of the American Legion Friday night in the V. F. W. hall. Business of importance is to be transacted and it is urg- hi n B t- I- tami.v. entile members nip be that th ea f , ! . . frer.t rert-h advicd to his home and is ; . - ' a'so treating his property t? a fresh MONDAY AND TUESDAY May 15 and 16, '22 ACADEMY GYMNASIUM George N. and Dora Allied. Oscar Allred and son Donald. Mr. and Mrs. coa of paint. $25.00 to $40.00 Suits Charles C. Allred. Carl Allied audi Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ley attended the j funeral of Benjamin F. Allied which j was 'eld Sunday at Monument City.! Ak forf!iir.nntnu Jiterature j Miss Isadore Rush was home from 1 1ndianapolis for a short visit with I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. I Rush. Maie to your individual r.-.oure. Our vruarantee o: : j ty and price pro-t ;: - v r.r c i: t m t r . M IN N Tickets on Sale at Pioneer Drinr Store Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fowler and ' Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Wilson drove to ' PHONE FAIKMCUK V -25 -Q Mrs. Charles S. S. White of m;s is visitlrcr at the home of her Order now for Easter. Bal 25 Reserved Seats, 35c. alcony, H. Wilson on N s Mr. and Mrs. J. Main street. parent North I Marion Sunday where they attended 'services at the Congregational church ; and were dinner guests of friends and RIBBLE BROS. Miss Dorothy Luther went to Rich-j afterward enjoyed a motor trip to Ko- j ot course Announcement enjoying a ; ,. i An interesting item in connection - i i i mount We vlr.e sday ief visit with friends. x PEOPLE THE LATEST DESIGNS IN CHILDREN'S PIQUE! HATS Made ready for hand work tofinish. , wan trio ceienration ot tne mrtnaay ; . will move his family anniversary of Mrs. Cynthia Winslow ; East Sixth street I not long since was the fact that ein j Albert Jarvis into property on for his the cay she was VO years old she was I w hie h he aequirtt in a trade Miss Floy Huston will he at property on West Fifth street. if ninety and a half pounds. Silk and Lisle Socks. Also Ladies Silk Hose, Ginghams' Organdies, etc. PARISIAN AND BON TON CORSETS. M H H M N M H N H H M H M M H N H M H M H M H H M M H M M M M M X I: V s t Mrs. Lou Kimes and Miss Leonie Dav were in Marion Mondav nieht to home after Tuesday, June 0, and will take pupils in music for the summer after tlit date. attemd the Re-dt heaver concert which 0z Far.hoer.er is isiting in Misha-waka. his oM boyhood home. was given in the First M. E. church. MRS. ELLA PATTERSON'S ART STORE Thone 298 Ernest Aekley and family. Misses Susie and Olive Robb and Miss Cath-eryne Burk of Marion were guests at the M. E. parsonage Monday evening. These guests were friends of Rev. Jones and family from his former congregation of Grace M. E. church. Fair mount -Mrs. Anna Lar.ib ot Bridgeport is Mrs. Charles Stevens was in La the guest of Mrs. Maria Scott. ! Fontaine Sunday where she attended a surprise dinner given in honor of Wallace McClintic of Indianapolis. ' the birthday anniversary of her was the guest cf Miss Athaleen Zike '' mother. Mevnday evening. . j W. G. Moon and wife and Isaiah Wir.if.m McCprraiek went t Mun- Jay and wife drove to Marion Sunday tie Tuesday accompanied by John night to hear Rev. Y. L. Picket of Leach of Few It rt on who will take the Kentucky, a noted evangelist, at the examination given to cream testers, j First U. B. church. In celebration of the birthday anniversary of Rev. G. W. Zike, Mrs. Zike and daughter Miss Athaleen entertained at Sunday dinner the following guests: Fred Zike and family of Mt5ntpelier, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wil-more of Marion and Frank Zike and family. H H f N 1 ' "' Hot Weather Specials Quick Meal, Perfection and Puritian Oil Stoves In One, Two, Three and Four Burner Designs. A Complete Line of Ovens ranging in price from $3.00 to $7.50. Sugar Still 5c a Lb. Mrs. Will Stewart of Oxford, O., came "Wednesday fior a visit with her sister Mrs. Lincoln Stookey. She will be joined on Sunday by her husband, Dr. Stewart, Mrs. Catherine Welsch and Miss Laura "Morland. Dr. and Mrs. Stewart will return to Oxford, O., Monday, while Mrs. Welsch and Miss Morland will remain for a visit with their sister, Mrs. Stookey. AT THE MAYFLOWER MARKET o Refrigerators and Ice Chests, Lawn and Porch Swings, Porch Furniture and Rugs. We can now supply you with the Lemco Moth and Dust Proof Cedar Bags. These are sure protection for your winter garments, blankets, furs, etc. against moths, dust and moisture. 15 cents each. Mr. Far rill has received word from Mrs. G. H. Jayne that the condition of her husband, Rev. Jayne, formerly of the local Baptist church, is no better and that it is quite probable that he will never re pain his normal state of mind. It will be remembered that while pastor of the Baptist church, Rev. Jayne was suddenly bereft of reason and his condition was such that he had to be taken to an institution in Indianapolis for care. WITH $1 PURCHASE. 5 POUNDS .25 WITH $2 PURCHASE, It POUNDS .5 WITH 3 PURCHASE, 15 POUNDS .75 Wmi $1 PURCHASE, 29 POUNDS 1.00 wrrn ss purchase, 25 pounds 1.25 NO MORE THAN FIVE POUNDS TO A CUSTOMER. FRESH PINEAPPLES, STRAWBERRIES We Carry Wicks for All Oil Stoves Made. Good Bulk Coffee 20c Pea berry Coffee 30c and 38c Reekwood Tea..... 35c Sunbeam Flour. ........ .$15 2t lb. Tin Pineapple 35c Bananas 7H Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c Salt Fish, 2 lb .....23e 5 lb Kit Ffeh 85c 3 lb Best Hiee 25c Pancake Flour tc Parrill &. Lewis i i . BMP I fVt 6 .. .. . Mr.- and Mrs. Gannon K. Rogers will arrive from Humbolt, la , Friday to spend the week-end with Mr. Rogers sitter, Mrs. T. B. Krouskui and itm'ly. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers are newly weds and are now in Detroit where they will purchase a ne car and drive fnom Detroit to Fairmount. After a short visit at the Krouskup home they will start on a mo f trip that " ill take them to San Francisco where they will attend the Shriners convention. K 8 FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING Ambulance Service . n r n n rs es rs The Mayflower A COMPLETE LINE NEW PRICE Dob Lindsay, Prop, Phone 11.

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