The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on January 26, 1922 · Page 2
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January 26, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS i ! a tongue that has no curb. SliillllllllllllilllillilliilM The Fairmount News NOTICE Or FINAL. SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE i les W. Sewell of Ofcterbein, a leader in Farm Bureau women's work. Mr. and Mrs, Charles S. Davis of Muncie, Ind., have been in Washington on a pleasure trip. Fred L. Feiek, a well known Garrett, Ind., attorney, formerly legisla- 1 HEALTH TALK EE CHIROPRACTIC is founded upon the theory that EE pressure upon a spinal nerve by a displaced vertebra EE is the physical and perpetuating cause of a vast major- EE ity of all diseases. EE EE That thousands of former invalids have been re- e E stored to health by the simple method of adjusting the EE EE vertebra is positive proof that the so-called CHIRO- EE PRACTIC theory is an ACTUAL FACT. EE EE Why not try it in your case? Phone 280 for an EE appointment. McATEE & McATEE Chiropractors No. 3846. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of James O. Hinds, Deceased, to appear in the Grant Circuit Court, held at Marion, Indiana, on the 27th day of January 1922, and show cause, if any, why the Final Settlement Accounts wih 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 NCourt, this 5th day of January 1922. S. A. CONNELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. ; Jan. 9-16-23. The roadbed of the Niagara Gorgie railroad is to be made a public highway for automobiles and other vehicles. LETTER LIST Letters remaining in the postoffice for the week ending January 21, 1922, which if not called for in two weeks will be sen': to the dead letter office: Mr. Tom Farmer. Sam B. Eccles. Miles Wilson. W. P. VAN ARSDALL, P. M. EE Palmer School Graduates E 210 North Main Street - Fairmount EE iliilllilliillliiillllllilliiillliiiiillillllillliliilllllllilllllillllllllllllllliiiilllilllllllli tive representative of the Brother hood of Railway Trainmen, has been in Washington recently on business. He has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the Democratic nomination for representative in congress from the twelfth district. Robert M. Pilkington of Elwood, Ind., was recently appointed Chief Clerk of the United States Employ ment service. He is now located in Washin?ton. John S. Bilby and Mrs. Bilby of Os good, Ind., have been in Washington on business. Mr. Bilby has been con- nected with the United States Geode- : J m o f "K anu ur ior earfc- Mr?- Bilby is Republican chairman for jwomen ,n RlPleT nty. Representative John Benham, of the fourth Indiana district, intends to press for immediate action a bill to promote Sergeant Sam Woodfill, whom General Pershing designated as the greatest American hero of the World War, to the rank of captain, U. S. Army. Woodfill is a native of Bellview, Ind. Published on Mondays and Thursdays A . S. ROBERTS, Editor and Publisher. Minnie MeLueas Roberts, Associate. Office: Main 265 Res, Black 382-1 TELEPHONES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One year . .$1.50 i Six months 90 (Outside Indiana.) " y- S months - ". 1- in advance; paper discontinued at expiration of subscription time un- less renewal is received prior to ex- piration date. j Entered as second-class matter at the posteffice at Fairmount, Ind., under the Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. i They say red tape in Washington is disappearing. Using another color, perhaps. The fool is about the only person on earth who doesn't try to keep others from thinking he is one. j Woman is born to sacrifice. She brings man into the world only to give him away to some other woman. AS THE EDITOR SEES IT And now Associate Justice Clark of the United States Supreme Court , solemnly assures us that we should cancel the eleven biMions of debts the allied governments owe to us. j That would he generous indeed. ! . m 1 I tsut we suggest to tne leamca justice ar J o.her advocates of cancellation that they combine and buy up these r ligations, paying for thvm from tl eir own private funds, and then surrc:iuci them to our foreign debtors or touch a match to them. Tlis: would t-e even more generou. And for once we ordinary tax payers would not object. A fev days ago a daily paper contained a picture of a number of women, garbed only in scanty bathing coi-turn. playir.fi a game of baseball n the beach at Atlantic City, N. J., on New Year's day ir. zero weather. Under normal conditions a bathing suit vould attract no undue attention wr.atc r. Flaying baseball is good exerciic, even in freezing weather. But though liberal in our views, we yet can conceive of no excuse for such a radical departure from the conventions of good breeding and womanly modesty, unless ii be an inordinate craving for the vulgar exposure of legs and more through the medium of the illustrated sections of the public press. As a fitting finale, we suggest to such women a parade through populous streets, c!ad only in the garb nature provided them, mounted upon jackasses, and with a battery rf camera men ready to portray every step. Perhacs then the men would be sufficiently disgusted to pay r.o more attention to them than to any other animal unadorned. on a A thouehtless man stands street comer as an attractive lady is parLlnf ' , . . . J Wuhout any desire to injure, and with no apparent purpose in mind, he 15 1 1 . , makes a nip or sucrgestive remark. , ... , Others hear it, and repeat it, and , . . m time it mows to wild nrotrortions i 1 i ! 1 I Step on the brake. Officers ;f the National Retail Shce association have sprung a bomb upon the country. They assert that the feet of our charming women are gradually growing in size, and that as a consequence much larger shoes are in demand. Scandalous! We never dreamed that an American man could be so ungallant! Even if have said it were true, they should "larger shoes are more in demand, owing; to the superlative wis. dom of our enlightened and emanci- rated womanhood in declining to longer torture themselves by cramp-1 mg tneir eei in snoes a size iw small for them." x As long as a dollar bill is circulat- . ing around here it is worth a dollar to the community. When sent awav it begins to enrich oMier people in other places. It sel - dom ever returns. Keep the dollars at home as long as cossible. Others are not tearing their hair in an effort to hand them to us. The Field Museum in Chicago has ' an exhibition of food which, according to President Stanley Field, is the greatest in the west. It contains i everything in the way of edibles j that belongs to the vegetable king- j dom. The department of botany alone lists more than 250,000 items. Gold was discovered in California only eight miles from the present j Lincoln highway, at Placerville, in 1S48. INDIANA WANTS NEW IN SENATE FRIENDS OF SENATOR DO FAVOR HIS REMOVAL TO CABINET POSITION' NOT A His Record in the Upper Branch of Congress Such as to Entitle Him to a Re-election and Campaign Organization for. Him Being Perfected in the State. ! Senator Harry S. New, of Indiana, j has been urged by a number of his J political friends in the Senate to con- sider an appointment to the Cabinet j of President Harding as successor to Will H. Hayes, of Indiana, present I Postmaster General, who is to retire March 4. The Senator has indicated to these friends that he desires especially to be returned as Senator from Indiana. His friends in the State are insisting that he remain in the Senate, believ-iinar that he will be of more use and value to Indiana as a Senator than as 1 Postmaster General. j Senator New would not discuss the I Cabinet position because no formal j official tender of the appointment had ; come to him. It is recalled that ru- I mor placed Senator New in the original Harding Cabinet, and ic was understood generally that Senator j New could have had one of these posi- I tions had he desired to leave the Sen- ate. His relations with President Hardine are as intimate now as thev were then. Eben Walcott, of the State Savintrs , - .. , . , , T ,. . A I :a member of the Indiana State Board j , . . ... 1 of Tax Commissioners, called on Sen-! . x- , , . . j ator New here during the week. Mr. j - . . . I though its discontinuance was recom-, mended in the annual report of the earners. Inese towns are, Albion, Argos, Batesville, Brookville, Butler, Cambridge City, Cannelton, Clay City, Corydon. Covington, Danville, Dunkirk, Edinburg, Fortville, Greenwood, Hope, Huntingburg, Jasonville, Jasper, Knif?itstown, Knox, Lagrange, Loogootee, MStcheli, Mooresville, Oakland City, Petersburg, Rockport, Rock-ville, Salem, S.heridan, Thorn town, VeVay, West Terre Haute, Winamac and Worthington. The Senate recently confirmed the nomination of the following Indiana postmasters: Lee H. Roberts, Dills-boro; Elmer L. McKnight, Fowler, and Joseph T. Nighbert, Hanover. . The following have been nominated for postmasterships in Indiana subject to confirmation by the Senate: Harry H. Spencer, East Chicago; Charles H. Fee, Waterloo; Robert M. Campbell, Lafayette; Woodson E. Greenlee, Coatsville; William W. Schmidt, Wanatah; Gilbert M. Jordan, Flora, and Howard Chitty, MitchelL. 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