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This e Book is made available at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. He passed through the littered city room and into Warner's enclosure in the corner. It takes this whole damn manure pile to produce one perfect blossom like you! " There was no unfriendliness in this, and Mike merely grinned. But you didn't ask me here to talk about the flowers. "I've just been tipped off." "Sure you've been tipped off. "For forty years she was the meek and uncomplaining wife of Charles W. She has a head leech who does her best to keep the others off." "Mrs. She spends the whole day at Helena Rubinstein's getting fixed up for an occasion like that. A white satin gown from Hattie Carnegie's like a bride's; a drift of white fox around her skinny shoulders and a diamond tiara like a sky sign! Ware amounted to double the earnings of a school teacher. She had to put up with a lot from her aging mistress, and she was apt to take it out on her fellow servants.

You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg Australia Licence which may be viewed online. Warner, keen, gray-faced, chewing an unlighted cigar, was the picture of a city editor. Looking up at the latter's fresh complexion he asked sourly: "What time did you get to bed this morning? She was like nothing in the world but an animated waxwork in technicolor. This is a newspaper." "It used to be," said Warner sourly. They called her the Duchess, which did not displease her.

[Rochester Sentinel, Friday, March 9, 1894] [Adv] - - - The Fair Store will close out the China and Crockery Department - - - - Sale will commence Monday, Sept. - - - THE FAIR STORE, Feiser Building, Rochester, Ind. The room has recently been remodeled and will make a very fine store room when all the work now planned is completed. The business has grown from a small beginning into one of the best local business institutions, and enjoyed a large patronage. Franklin's ill health, and a desire to change their place of residence, the Franklins decided to dispose of the business. Hall of Knox is the new owner, having traded lands in Starke county for the store and fixtures. Hall is an experienced merchant and will continue the business. [Rochester Sentinel, Saturday, March 13, 1920] FARMERS TELEPHONE COMPANY [Akron, Indiana] AKRON Akron News.

Holeman room on the corner opposite the Arlington Hotel, and will move the Fair Store there about the first of October. [Rochester Mercury, Thursday, May 2, 1861] [Adv] FARMERS' STORE, - - - in the Arlington block, with a full line of dry goods, notions, hats, boots and shoes, Glassware, queensware, tinware, etc. Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Ribbon Goods, Notions &c. A meeting was held at the library Saturday afternoon when the Farmers Supply Co. This company will issue stocks which any citizen may buy, including the people living in town, regardless of their occupation.

He was usually called Society Reporter, which he didn't like; "Social Commentator" or "Columnist" pleased him better. " said Mike, thinking: What the hell does he want of me? As he picked up his hat, he considered his engagements for the day; 1 p.m., lunch with Peggy Rhinelander et al. He posed as a superman who didn't require more than three hours' sleep in the twenty-four. cocktails at the Alexanders'; 6 would be plenty of time to get there. Get away in time to look in at Gilbert Miller's first night before the show let out; then a quick round of Jack and Charlie's; Stork Club; El Morocco. "They'd rat on me; they're all hyenas; I'm a hyena, too." Mike shrugged. " said Warner briskly; "she's worth sixty million, and she's news. Why, they said for a while that you were engaged to her." "Oh, my God! "You don't have to sign the story," urged Warner, "and you can make it satirical if you want—but not too satirical." "Nothing doing," said Mike. Nothing in this fair land of ours can stand long against ridicule. At nine o'clock on the morning following the over-publicized hay ride, Miss Day Radnor rang the bell of the apartment as usual, and was admitted by Cummings, the butler. Alfred told me they were all out shortly after two." "I see." Day was thinking. He would have been handsome but for his shifty eyes. When Cummings was left alone his whole expression changed. Down in the corner of the card a string of names and under it 'Attorneys-at-Law, 120 Broadway.'" Cummings burst out: "Oh, my God! I told you to watch her carefully while I was out." Alfred cringed before him. "And when she came down to lunch I went into the boudoir and looked for the card so I could copy it off for you, but she'd torn it up." "How did she receive him? ' And he said: 'We will keep our voices low.' Then I couldn't hear any more." Cummings paced the room, struggling to hold in his anger.

FULTON COUNTY, INDIANA HANDBOOK F FAIR STORE [Rochester, Indiana] [Adv] The FAIR Wishes to inform their numerous Friends and Patrons that they have REMOVED! Wile & Sons have disposed of The Fair Store, which they recently purchased from Mr. - - - - - AMERICAN DRY GOODS STORE, Formerly The Fair Store, Opposite Arlington Hotel. The new stockholders have been assured that the old bank will declare a dividend of approximately 40% when the new bank is opened and a number of the depositors will use the dividend money to purchase stock in the new Farmers & Merchants Bank. Also trimming done with neatness and dispatch, at his old stand, Rochester, Ind. With his mother, he resides in the wintr months at Mansfield, Ohio, but enjoys the summer seasons on the farm in Newcastle township. - During the early history of our country there lived among the hills of Vermont a family of whom we know but little and can learn nothing more.

AXE, in THE MASONIC BLOCK where they purpose [sic] adding a large new line of Goods. [Rochester Sentinel, Wednesday, November 2, 1892] [Adv] The FAIR STORE in their new location - - - -Mc CLURE & HERENDEEN, Masonic Block. Go to the Fair store for boots, shoes, rubber goods, dry goods, notions, silver plated ware, tinware, whips, gloves, mittens, hosiery, etc. - - - [Rochester Sentinel, Monday, October 16, 1911] WILES BUY THE FAIR STORE An important business deal, which has been pending for the last few days, was closed this morning and as a result the Fair store is now the property of M. [Rochester Sentinel, Thursday, April 4, 1912] [Adv] CLOSING OUT SALE - ,000 stock to be sacrificed including all fixtures. The Fair store must be sold, owing to un-for-seen circumstances - - - - THE FAIR STORE, M. [Rochester Sentinel, Friday, June 14, 1912] FAIR STORE HAS NEW OWNER M. [Rochester Sentinel, Monday, July 29, 1912] [Adv] AMERICAN DRY GOODS STORE, J. Hall, Proprietor, offers the buyers of Fulton county relief from high prices. Dysert, Walter Caffyn and Harry Cooper of Indianapolis. The stock in the bank is listed at 0 per share, there being 500 shares with an additional charge of each to provide the required surplus. It is understood that Herman Wells, secretary of state department will conduct the hearing here. This new bank will have no connection with the old U. Bank as this latter institution will be closed by the state banking department and liquidated as rapidly as possible. [Rochester Mercury, Thursday, January 24, 1861] The Farmer's Store . We have understood that the switch board will be put in the rooms over C. [Rochester Sentinel, Saturday, December 7, 1878] FARRINGTON WAGON & CARRIAGE SHOP [Rochester, Indiana] H. Farrington, Carriage, Sign, Fancy and Ornamental painting. He is a former newspaper man who graduated from Talma high school and later attended Wabash college.

[Rochester Sentinel, Wednesday, November 24, 1909] [Adv] FRANKLIN'S FAIR STORE, Corner room opp Arlington Hotel. The stock is one of the best in the city and the sale will afford buyers an unusually good opportunity to buy goods cheap. Franklin has not decided upon his future business program. Arthur Wile, who has had charge of The Fair Store, will devote his attention to the Wile store in the future. a public hearing will be held at the city hall in Rochester on the application and organization and any person who is interested may appear and be heard either in person or by his attorney. Bank Rooms According to the directors it is planned to lease the rooms and the equipment of the United States Bank and Trust Comany and conduct the business of the new bank there. Dry Goods, Groceries, Latest styles of Fancy Goods, &c, &c. [Rochester Sentinel, Monday, February 10, 1908] AKRON Akron News. They have nice, large, smoothe poles erected in a line from the east almost to the main part of town. [Rochester Sentinel, Saturday, March 21, 1908] FARRAR & HAZLETT DRUG STORE [Rochester, Indiana] DRUG STORE IS SOLD AGAIN The drug store at the [NW] corner of Main and 7th Sts., again changed hands Friday when it was sold by Frank Terry to L. [Rochester Sentinel, Saturday, December 14, 1918] FARRIGAN & CLARY [Rochester, Indiana The old reliable BOOT & SHOE STAND, opposite the Bank - - - FARRIGAN & CLARY.

[Rochester sentinel, Tuesday, October 8, 1912] Herman E. lodge here, he being a member, but no further particulars were given. Franklin came to Rochester years ago from Huntington and for about fifteen years had The Fair Store here. Providing favorable action is taken by the state banking department, it is probable that the new bank will be opened and operating shortly after 60 days. Bank will be carried on as rapidly as possible for the best interest of the depositors and stockholders and dividends declared for the depositors whenever justified. [Rochester Chronicle, Thursday, June 27, 1867] See Union Wagon Shop FARRY, CREAMER [Rochester, Indiana] LOCAL MAN'S ARTICLE IN READER'S DIGEST Creamer Farry, route 5, is the author of an article entitled "Life In These United States," which appears in the September issue of Reader's Digest. [The News-Sentinel, Tuesday, August 28, 1945] FARRY, SILAS H. All that is known of them is, that their name was Farry (or perhaps Ferry).

FRANKLIN, former resident of Rochester, died Tuesday at his home in Milwaukee. He later sold out and moved to Milwaukee where he engaged in the motion picture theatre business, and became the owner of two or three theatres. Farley was in Indianapolis Saturday where he assisted at the dedication of a new wing to the Indianapolis postoffice building. The new owners of the bank took possession at the close of business Wednesday evening. It takes at least that much time to meet all legal requirements of the state, officials explained. The directors explained that it is their belief the establishment of the new state bank in the city will help facilitate the liquidation of the old. Pershing of the firm of Pershing & Rannells -- of the Farmer's Store, we understand has sold his interest in the establishment to T. To this family was born, near the close of the last centry, a son, whom they named John Cephas.

FULTON COUNTY, INDIANA HANDBOOK F FAIR STORE [Rochester, Indiana] [Adv] The FAIR Wishes to inform their numerous Friends and Patrons that they have REMOVED! Wile & Sons have disposed of The Fair Store, which they recently purchased from Mr. - - - - - AMERICAN DRY GOODS STORE, Formerly The Fair Store, Opposite Arlington Hotel. The new stockholders have been assured that the old bank will declare a dividend of approximately 40% when the new bank is opened and a number of the depositors will use the dividend money to purchase stock in the new Farmers & Merchants Bank. Also trimming done with neatness and dispatch, at his old stand, Rochester, Ind. With his mother, he resides in the wintr months at Mansfield, Ohio, but enjoys the summer seasons on the farm in Newcastle township. - During the early history of our country there lived among the hills of Vermont a family of whom we know but little and can learn nothing more.

AXE, in THE MASONIC BLOCK where they purpose [sic] adding a large new line of Goods. [Rochester Sentinel, Wednesday, November 2, 1892] [Adv] The FAIR STORE in their new location - - - -Mc CLURE & HERENDEEN, Masonic Block. Go to the Fair store for boots, shoes, rubber goods, dry goods, notions, silver plated ware, tinware, whips, gloves, mittens, hosiery, etc. - - - [Rochester Sentinel, Monday, October 16, 1911] WILES BUY THE FAIR STORE An important business deal, which has been pending for the last few days, was closed this morning and as a result the Fair store is now the property of M. [Rochester Sentinel, Thursday, April 4, 1912] [Adv] CLOSING OUT SALE - ,000 stock to be sacrificed including all fixtures. The Fair store must be sold, owing to un-for-seen circumstances - - - - THE FAIR STORE, M. [Rochester Sentinel, Friday, June 14, 1912] FAIR STORE HAS NEW OWNER M. [Rochester Sentinel, Monday, July 29, 1912] [Adv] AMERICAN DRY GOODS STORE, J. Hall, Proprietor, offers the buyers of Fulton county relief from high prices. Dysert, Walter Caffyn and Harry Cooper of Indianapolis. The stock in the bank is listed at 0 per share, there being 500 shares with an additional charge of each to provide the required surplus. It is understood that Herman Wells, secretary of state department will conduct the hearing here. This new bank will have no connection with the old U. Bank as this latter institution will be closed by the state banking department and liquidated as rapidly as possible. [Rochester Mercury, Thursday, January 24, 1861] The Farmer's Store . We have understood that the switch board will be put in the rooms over C. [Rochester Sentinel, Saturday, December 7, 1878] FARRINGTON WAGON & CARRIAGE SHOP [Rochester, Indiana] H. Farrington, Carriage, Sign, Fancy and Ornamental painting. He is a former newspaper man who graduated from Talma high school and later attended Wabash college.

[Rochester Sentinel, Wednesday, November 24, 1909] [Adv] FRANKLIN'S FAIR STORE, Corner room opp Arlington Hotel. The stock is one of the best in the city and the sale will afford buyers an unusually good opportunity to buy goods cheap. Franklin has not decided upon his future business program. Arthur Wile, who has had charge of The Fair Store, will devote his attention to the Wile store in the future. a public hearing will be held at the city hall in Rochester on the application and organization and any person who is interested may appear and be heard either in person or by his attorney. Bank Rooms According to the directors it is planned to lease the rooms and the equipment of the United States Bank and Trust Comany and conduct the business of the new bank there. Dry Goods, Groceries, Latest styles of Fancy Goods, &c, &c. [Rochester Sentinel, Monday, February 10, 1908] AKRON Akron News. They have nice, large, smoothe poles erected in a line from the east almost to the main part of town. [Rochester Sentinel, Saturday, March 21, 1908] FARRAR & HAZLETT DRUG STORE [Rochester, Indiana] DRUG STORE IS SOLD AGAIN The drug store at the [NW] corner of Main and 7th Sts., again changed hands Friday when it was sold by Frank Terry to L. [Rochester Sentinel, Saturday, December 14, 1918] FARRIGAN & CLARY [Rochester, Indiana The old reliable BOOT & SHOE STAND, opposite the Bank - - - FARRIGAN & CLARY.

[Rochester sentinel, Tuesday, October 8, 1912] Herman E. lodge here, he being a member, but no further particulars were given. Franklin came to Rochester years ago from Huntington and for about fifteen years had The Fair Store here. Providing favorable action is taken by the state banking department, it is probable that the new bank will be opened and operating shortly after 60 days. Bank will be carried on as rapidly as possible for the best interest of the depositors and stockholders and dividends declared for the depositors whenever justified. [Rochester Chronicle, Thursday, June 27, 1867] See Union Wagon Shop FARRY, CREAMER [Rochester, Indiana] LOCAL MAN'S ARTICLE IN READER'S DIGEST Creamer Farry, route 5, is the author of an article entitled "Life In These United States," which appears in the September issue of Reader's Digest. [The News-Sentinel, Tuesday, August 28, 1945] FARRY, SILAS H. All that is known of them is, that their name was Farry (or perhaps Ferry).

FRANKLIN, former resident of Rochester, died Tuesday at his home in Milwaukee. He later sold out and moved to Milwaukee where he engaged in the motion picture theatre business, and became the owner of two or three theatres. Farley was in Indianapolis Saturday where he assisted at the dedication of a new wing to the Indianapolis postoffice building. The new owners of the bank took possession at the close of business Wednesday evening. It takes at least that much time to meet all legal requirements of the state, officials explained. The directors explained that it is their belief the establishment of the new state bank in the city will help facilitate the liquidation of the old. Pershing of the firm of Pershing & Rannells -- of the Farmer's Store, we understand has sold his interest in the establishment to T. To this family was born, near the close of the last centry, a son, whom they named John Cephas.

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