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Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, May 15, 1922
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h I f THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS 1 Wabash Winner Beau Brummel of Speed World Grows Tired, Haggard and Worn Sectional Meet (Continued from Page One) around the oval, a Union City man caught and passed him. Up to this time Fairmount academy had been trailing. As Woods, the fourth man, was tapped and started, FOR SALE i'1 Price FOR SALE Marion fence, right. Oscar Loy & Son. AL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS with tthe estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof pf 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. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3848. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of MabVlle M. Coahran, 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 Eyes Tested, (Classes Fitted by State 1 1 ent ered OPTOMETRISTS - Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical FOR SALE-Ash Coal. -Virginia Crystal Black Loy & Son. A;f J& G i - . FOR SALE Cultured buttermilk and cottage cheese at Cloverleaf Cream station. : he tore into a terrific pace and on the south turn just before rounding into the home stretch he caught and passed both the Union City and Elwood ! men. As he rounded into the straight-j away with the other two men on his i heels, he appeared a certain winner, but then came the mishap which sent ' both the Union City and academy en-! tries sprawling. Anderson had been j along towards the last up to this time, ; but the accident gave Miller's Madison county clads second place in the relay. Fveetser hiph schcpl, through the South Side Square Marion i s .i! FOR SALE Eggs for hatching. Fishel's Direct. $1.50 for 15. Mrs. S. P. Roberts. with the estate of said decedent I f " should not be approved; and said heirs "I ANO TU N I N C FOR S.ALE Good work mare. Phone j 1103. 1 i . FOR SALE DeLaval separator and three Pekin ducks. Phone 190. VOICING, ACTION REGULATING D. M. HEADRICK 410 No. Main St. FAIRMOUNT Charges reasonable Drop a card and I will call, city or country. Phone 225. aiK nuLiiifu to men ana mere 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. FOR SALE Modern property, cen tral location, hot water heat. See Dr. L. D. Holliday. for instance. This Beau Brummel of 1 i ill luck which hovered over the Fair-j mount academy camp, won the silver i loving cup offered to the one of the j four Grant county high schools which ! scored the highest number of points. ; Sweetser, Fairmount academy, Fair-' mount high school9 and Gas City were the entries. The summary of the meet follows: j Summary: ; Total points each school Wabash 33 Anderson 31 Union City 14 Elwood 7 Jackson 6 Sweetser 6 , Fairmount Academy 2 HELPFUL WORDS FOR SALE Maytag power washer and refrigerator. George DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over PostofRce FOR SALE Pony, cart and ha mess, Splendid outfit. Phone 118, Fair-mount, Ind. WANTED the automobile racing profession never fails to attract attention as he saunters along the avenue clad in the choicest weaves and designs of tailordom, snappy caps, brilliant hued shirts and other accessories of a smartly dressed man. He is distinctive. Then look at him as he appeared after finishing second in the long grind last year. Tired, haggard and worn. He lost nine pounds and couldn't open his hands, after they had been glued to the steering wheel of his race car for almost six hours, until two days later. Sarles suffered more than Milton, because victory takes part of the sting and suffering away, and Tommy was overjoyed when he beat the "Indiana Boy" across the tape. Hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. WANTED House cleaning to do. Mrs. Del Smith, opposite the Grist mill. ?T KDIAXAPOLIS. INI Very few of J- the more tfcan 100.000 people who will see the 500-mile dash for glory and ?old at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Tuesday, May 20, will appreciate the suffering a driver under-roes in the course of 500-miles of gruelling speed dueling with the crack pilots of a pair of continents. Take Roscoe Sarles, pictured above. E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to S From a Fairmount Citizen. Is your back lame and painful ? Does it ache especially after exertion ? Is there a sorness in the kidney region ? These symptons suggest weak kidneys. If so there is danger in delay. Weak kidneys get weaker fast. Give your trouble prompt attention. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Your neighbors use and recommend them. Ask your neighbor. Read this Fairmount testimony. Chas. Cochran, says: "I had pains in my back and across my loins and the action of my kidneys was too frequent, especially at night. Doan's Kidney Pills, which I got at O'Mara's Drug Store, relieved me." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Cochran had. Foster-Milburn Q., alfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Advertisement. WANTED Work on a farm. No experience, but willing to work. Call 270. FOR GARDEN Plowing call W. G. Moon. t airmount High 0 Gas City 0 Portland 0 Individual high point scorer Marks of Wabash, with four firsts, which pave him a total of 20. Order of placing and time: 100 yard dash Marks, Wabash, 1st; Stooksberry, Jackson, 2nd; Anderson, Sweetser, 3rd. Time: II 1-5. 220 yard dash Fowler, Union City; Stooksberry, Jackson; Given, Ander son. Time: 24 4-5. 440 yard dash Anderson, Sweetser; Given, Anderson; Lipp, Union City; Don't Go to Great Auto Derby If You Must Have Pet Worries A new device invented in Sheffiehf. England, for disinfection of clothes and other material by health departments promises to revolutionize pres-eint methods. It can be carried icm a bicycle and can treat a ton and a half of clothing in six hours. Time: 54 1-5. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3849. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Mary A. Marsh, Deceased, tx appear in the Grant Circuit Court, held at Marion, Indiana, on the 20th day of May, 1922, and show cause, if any, why the FIN- READ THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS. PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS. No War Tax j Half-mile run Jackson, Anderson; j White, Union City; Hamilton, Andcr-j son. Time: 2:08 3-5. j Mile run White, Union City; Syl- vester, Anderson; Haisley, Fairmount j Academy. Time: 4:49 4-5. j 120 yard high hurdles Marks, Wabash; Miller, Anderson; Ash, Elwood. iTime: 0:17. ! 220 yard low hurdles Marks, Wa-Ibash; Ash. Elwood; Stone, Anderson. 'Time: 0:26 3-5. High jump -Canaday, Anderson; Morrow Wabash, and Knee, Wabash, j tied for first. Heighth: 5 feet 9 5-8 inches. f Broad jump Marks, Wabash; East, 'Elwood; Beatty, Anderson. Distance: ! 21 feet 1 inch. j Pole vault Millar, Anderson; Mor-j row, Wabash; Woods, Fairmount aca-idemy. Heighth: 11 feet. ) Sliot put Miller. Anderson; Knee, Effective May 8, 1922, the Excise Tax on United States Tires for passenger cars, both casings and tubes is absorbed by the makers and is not added to the selling price. United States Rubber Company. To Ae Fimirclhaseirs of ! Wabash; Marrow, Wabash. Distance HEN the "Usco" Tire announced 39 feet, 4 inches. Relay race- Eiwood, 1st; Anderson, 2nd. Time 3:50. Winning team Ash, East, Swanfelt and Shinn. Attendance -Estimated at 1,000. Officials were: Referee and starter: J. A. Town-send, Crawfordsville. Clerk of course Otto Hamilton, Fairmount. Timers R. Mittank, A. A. Staggs, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. If you'll watch the crowd t the Inter-ternational 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Tuesday, May 30, you'll see some mighty interesting things. People climb on top of costly automobiles, sedate women point, children hang to barbed wire fences, never murmuring, while men Jostle their way through dense thrones of humanity all to have a better look its new price of $10.90 it carried this understood contract with the buyer at the best drivers and cars of Eurrp-? and America flash their way to victory and fame or defeat. There is an eminent phychologist who attends the race every year, watching the crowd and taking pictures. He never even gsies track-ward, but he is the one exception. For everybody else wants to be near U track and on it if possible. A price reduction made in good faith-using all the U. S. advanced art of tire making not only to get the price down, but to keep the quality up, j R. Purviance. j Judges of finish W. Gilbert, S. E. Baker. Field judges Carson, Elliott, J. O. James. Inspectors R. Winslow, Dr. Couch, A. Cowan, W. C. Goble. ill' Designer Trusts ffis Car So Much He Drives It Himself wmm Today $10.90 is not the uncommon price it was last November. But the "Usco" Tire is still the mm Scorer L. Little! Announcers P. McCombs, J. uncommon tire value it always has been. Because in carrying out & IJ mffl AGRICULTURAL MEETING AT POINT ISABEL. The Green township unit of the the Usco" price reduction in good faith, we learned j Grant county agricultural association something about raising the quality, too. will meet Tuesday evening at Pt. Isabel M. E. church and the members of that church will furnish an interesting program. The binder twine, wool pool and boys and girls'pig club will come up for discussion and it is desired that all boys and girls interested in the club be present. United States Tires art food Tires 6 u.a&'o. Hickory, with its unrivaled strength, elasticity and resiliency, is used for tool handles, for the spokes of automobile wheels, for golf clubs, and for many other purposes. There is increasingly )keen competition among the industries for this wood, although there are still 15,784,000,000 board feet standing throughout the country. Manufacturers have to go United States Tires I llrqW United States Rubber Company , $ W : S-' M W United States Tires United States Rubber Company ArMM Rubhtr Organiamito in (A World Ilk SA ,S f farther for their supply, and really INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Back of every car that races in the annual Indianapolis five century on Memorial Day Is the genius and the ideas of an engineer. However it is the exception to the rule for an engineer to drive one ot his own creations. This introduces C. W. Van Ranst, designer of the Fronte-nac fleet, which includes the one that carried Tommy Milton, champion and World speed king to victory a year ago. Van Rantt believed in his creations and elected to drive one of them last yar, lie was battling with the leader whan select stock is already very hard to obtain in the required quantities. Scientific American. J. C. ALBERTSON, FAIRMOUNT. ROY ROGERS, FOWLERTON, IND. PRATTS GARAGE, MATTHEWS, IND. CHAS. W. DAVIS, PT. ISABEL, IND. Wit. H. MARKLE, RIGDON. IND. Where You Can Buy U. S. Tires: Pipes have been found in Europe that antedate those of America. The pipe in thise prehistoric times must have been used fior smoking herbs other than tobacco, probably as ceremony. V mechanical fault relegated aim te te pit wall and his mont to t!M graveyard." Van Ranst has designed seven of the cars entered tor the mile race oa Tuesday, May tt. X

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