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The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Tiicsduy, November 17, 1936 n six Political New" Deal for Youth? CLINTON DRAWS BICKNELL HERE CLASSIFIED ADS MECCA NOTICES FROM THE MAIL COLUMBIA I FOR LAST TILT Continued from Page 5 ) Op the other hand, alter a hitter defeat at the hands of Keith Memorial, the only undefeated team in the state, the Wildcats should bo mighty hard to get along with Friday night, especially If they choose to display tlto hu mo style nf virions t -u kIhu m ployed in the battle at Kvanfv'tle Rut win, lose or draw, a Tnt 'ii-Bicknell football game Is seldom dull. READ THE ADS if 4 : 5' ' ' - J - tr - - 1 r vnp 1 f- j MA jf Zii! tL Professor De Witt Poole ; mataaTanaVBaBBBBaaaaBi HAPPY! TUNEFUL! HILARIOUS! f7f.riir abot Lodge, JrTj Hriir abot Lodge, Jr. WEDNESDAY I Henry Hunter and Judith Barrett in Thursday f "YELLOWSTONE" Tuesday and Wednesday Final Hour with RALPH BELLAMY and Marguerite Churchill 'jirtooii "CRAZY'S NEWSREEL" wit ounce H 1 0c and 1 5c 10c TONIGHT 25c Silly Symphony "TOHV TORTOISK" Fox Movietone News "Kiiixk, KntM'k, Who's Thrrc" "ItWasWorth All It Cost And Then Some . That is what one customer said about his HAT. The same thing in substance, is what so many of our hat customers say that we pass the word along. CLEANERS Phone 13 Painting Plastering f Redecorating Cement Work 1 Garage Hardwood Floors Termite Control fat.wa iih . I W Virginia Lambert. Mary Ellen FUher Home to Spend Weekend MKCCA. Nov. 17. Miss Virginia I.umhert and Mury Klleu Fisher, who have employment In Anderson, spent the weekend wilh their parents. Mrs. George McArty and Mrs. Jesse Shull Friday afternoon gave a stork shower in honor of .Mi-h. Virgil Smith at the home or Mrs. Shull. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brookes and children and Harry Johnson spent Sunday in Clinton as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Doan. Mrs. J. C. Murphy and children spent Wednesday afternoon In Terre Haute. Mrs. ieorge Richardson and daughters and Mrs. Mux Swain spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. park Leu man and son and Mrs. B. O Cook. Mrs Harry Leonard entertainer1 a number of relatives and friends Wednesday afternoon at a miscellaneous fdiowcr In honor of Mrs Carl Cllnord. Among those who attended th' funeral Mrs. Jennie ITnrt of Clinton Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Orval Montgomery. Mrs. Belle You mans Mrs. Belle Reeser. Mrs. FHz.n Thomas, Mrs. Frank AVI Hard, Mrs. Prossly Daniels and Fred Yociim.. Mr, and Mrn. Ifollis RlrharoVr "pent the weekend in Clinton visit ing relatives. RELATIVES FAIL TO BREAK STORK MARATHON WILL (Continued from Page 1) 'he shame." nothing in the will would have prevented an unmarried woman from entering the race." H Umuth told the court. "It's disgraceful," Hellmuth asserted. "In this case a prize was 'angled before women as nn Inducement to see which could produce the most children within the shortest 'me, irrespective of whether they lied after birth and irrespective of anything else just get them fast. my it (s a degredation of morals." ROOSEVELT LEAVING TODAY FOR JOURNEY TO SOUTH AMERICA (Continued from Page 1) ventlon open to all nations supplementing and clarifying existing rulet oncerning rights and duties of neutrals with reference to certain classes of trade and commerce." Also, the Americas will consider "step looking to a more eompre hen give restatement of Internationa1 law pertaining to neutral and belligerent rights and duties." No secretaries are accompanying the president south. His party wii' include his son. James; Edward Ga!-!aeher. a business associate of ibr alter; Capt. Paul Baltedo and Co' Kdwln M. Watson. White House naval and military aides, and Copt Ross Mclntire. V. S. N., AVhif House physician. 2 Great nALACr Slar. I TONITE t MSToars MIGHTIEST DRAMA! Katharine Hepburn Fredric March scorumn FLORENCE ,i' EID3IMC i -P, IAN KEITH , - Cartoon and Musical J Every Woman Will Be Given Free a Large Picture of Katharine Hepburn Coming Thursday and Friday -ill! 0 SET KJU.E0" Tftit their l4gt! m Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Fliet day of Insertion: 8c for each readlnx line (one column line, like one of thesa). Next two Unyl Insertion: the same 8c rhume (yon sot throe days at double iIib cost of the first liay) Net three, days Insertion: the same 8c charite (you get a whole week, six dnya, at three times the rosl of one Insertion). Bach group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Mark l-'aie (like this), 10c per line. . All clawiiicd ails including mem Hams and notice of all kinds must bo paid in advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid mtnthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed befoio bring paid. In IJie Inner case the person asking the publication of the notice will le held riwpoIlKH'te lor H paymrm. Business Services Fl'RNACE REPAIRING. Have that smoke pliie renewed now. &bu-mates free. Hoy Taylor, Phone 817-W. 9 FOR SALE Davenport and dresser. Mrs. Lapwortb, Shepardsville. John tl2 Baby grand piano, like new. Can be had for small balance due on contract. Write Credit Mgr., 200 No. 3. Terre Haute, Ind. tlO Upright piano, walnut finish and complete new action. Mas pianu bench with drawer for music, ?37. Call at 1301 South Main street or phone 183. til Jersey cow. Two gallons milk a day. John Toffolo, Fall-view. tl5 Coal range, 5; library table, $4: used 9x12 linoleum rug. ?1. Mis. Harold Hu, 240 South Sixth. Wicker suuroom furniture. Cheap. Can be seen at 1125 S. lith St. tlO Thanksgiving ducks, alive dressed $1.50. Mrs. Bob phone 926-13. 11.00, Carlln, tlO Furniture. 553 N. Third St. tl3 Used lumber and bricks, at R. R. crossing. Ninth St. tl2 YOU ARE LOSING MONEY ON furniture and other household articles which you are not using CaBh in on them through the For Sole columns. LOST Tire. rim. tube. 7.50x20. Between Shepardsville and Terre Haute. Notify Mr. R. Beai of Shepardsville. t For SaleCoal For good coal phone 707-W. dOtf )l Ftl ll VFIXCOAL, INIVKIiHAI., MIAMI NO. 4. AXI) BLACK HFTTY SO. 5. HARLEV HITF-MA.V, PIIONK 0. ' PAID NOTICES RUMMAGE SALE! At Morgans building November 23 and 24. Sponsored by south section of Metl odist-church. tl5 FOR RENT Modern room. 458 tilm St. Modern light housekeeping 239 Vine itreet. rooms tlo 5-i oom hous close in. B. F. rison. 657 Elm street. Har- tlO ANTED Watch and clock repairing. 1. D Johnson. : 43 South Main St. 14 River bottom land. Will purchase tracts of to acres or more. Give particulars ind price. Write Box 61. Alvin 111. t26 LEGAL NOTICES I.KGAL MTM F. OF PUKI.IC II K A KING Notice is hereby given that the Local Alcohdic Beverage Board of Vermillion County. Indiana, will, at 9: no A. M. on the 3rd day of December. l.1i, at the Clerk's Office. Court House, in the town of Newport, in said county, begin investigation of the application of the following named person, requesting ttie ifegue to the applicant, at the location hereinafter set out, of the Alcoholic Bi verage Permit of the class hereinafter designated and will, at said time and place, receive information concerning the fitness of said applicant, and the propriety of issuing the permit applied for to such applicant at the premises named: Harvey A. Moore. 22711. (Clinton Hotel, 3(1 South Main Street. Clinton Beer, Wine Retailer. Said investigation will be open to the public, and public participation is requested. III ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION OF INDIANA By: K. A. SHIRLEY. Secretary. PAUL P. FRY. Excise Administrator. 1117-2430 NOTItF OF FINAL MKTTLKMKNT OF F.STATE Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs ind legatees of William Gregson deceased, to appear In the Vermillion Circuit Court, held at New port, Indiana, on tbe th day ofi iKcfiuber, 1136, and show ranse. if J. a any. why the FINAL, BrJ i I i.i-j.iik.n i ACCOUNTS with the estate of said decedent should not be approved: and said heirs are notified to then and there make proofs of heirship, and receive their distributive shares. Witness, the clerk of suld court, this 'lit diiv of November. 19.111. KVKKETT K. fi HO AUKS, Clerk of Vermillion Circuit Conn. Murk K. Nebeker, Alty. lllu-17-24311 BLOOMINGDALE CLUB PROGRAM Members Observe Armistice Day at Last Session; Curry Family Moves BLOOMINGDALE. Nov. 17 Fea turing a program in keeping with the spirit of Armistice day. the Women's club met Thursday afternoon with Miss Ida Moffett as hostess and Mrs. Lenora Hobhs assistant. Mrs. C. W. Lindley recited "TtiJ Unknown Soldier." Mrs. Gail Bow man read a paper on "Honoring the Unknown Warrior." and a playlet was presented entitled "America Three Women." C. W. Curry and family have raovpd Into the Tenbrook property recently vacated by Moad Copner. Bloomlngdale high school basket ball team lost to Hrldgeton ani Rosedale, the score of Fi-fdav eve ning's gnme being 15-13. Thanks giving evening the Incal team wll play Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Kelly and daughter, Virginia, were the dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Claude Kelly. -Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Holaday attended the funeral of John Ship man at Terre Haute Sunday after noon. The services were conducted at the Isaac Ball funeral home by Rev. Stanley Ralston, pastor of the local M. E. church. Miss Lucille Coffin of Blooming dale, who Is a member of the Au. burn. 111., school faculty, ha pur chased the grocery stock of the Hanner estate, and has made added improvements, such as installing modern electrical appliances, which makes it an up-to-date grocery. Markets CHICAGO, Nov. 17. Livestock: HOGS, 36,000: steady; holdovers 4.000: top. $9.60; bulk, $9.00 9.50; heavy. $8.8-5 (5-9.60: medium. $9.0013 9.60; light. $8.75 iff 9.40; light lights. $8.25 8 75; packing sows. $8.509.25; pigs, $6.00 CATTLE, 8,500; Bteady. Calves 2,000; steady. Beef steers: good and choice, $9.50 & 12.00: common and medium. $7.0O9.50; yearlings. $9.0012.0. Butcher cat tle: heifers, $4.50 Iff 1 1.00 ; cows $4. 256. 00: bulls. $4.506.25; calves. $4 509.U0; feeder steers $4.508.00: Btocker steers. $4.50 i 7.50; stocker cows and heifers $4.250 6 25. SHEEP. 7.000; Bteady: medium and choice lambs, $8.509.25; cullB and common. $6.00(5 7.50: yearnngs. in.bun 8 nil: common and choice ewes, $$2 4 tiO; feed er lambs, $6,000 8 00. CHICAGO. Nov. 17. Grains gen erally were firm at the opening to day, many futures reaching new tops for the season and longer First prices for wheat ware He down to c up but later moderate gains were noted in all futures, De cember reaching $1.184. the high est since 1929. WHEAT: Dec.. 1 1 8 'i - 115-H : July, 102H-103. CORN: (new I Dec, 104 "4 97 V,; July. 3-94; (old) 96 - ; July, 92T.-93. May, May. May OATS: Dec. 44 May, July. 40H-H- 43; Pierpont Morgan Docks Today With Nothing Much to Say About Anything; No Indication of Illness (Continued from Put 1) away at his pipe. He had been abroad almost four months. He spent cnsniderable of iiB time abroad at his estate. Wall Hall. In Aldnnham. about 26 miles from London. Teach Baby Seals to Ssrini The infant seal would be drowned when it first got into the water like human baby, if it were not taught to i-im by its parents. Swelled Bead, Big Heart "I has noticed," said Uncle Eben, "dat a man very seldom hai a swelled head and a big heart at one an' de same time." Christmas just isn't Christmas without RYTEX PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS . . . and here are the new samples . . . gay, color ful and smart looking . . . and the; price, as of old ... 50 for $1.00.1 including your Name on the cards! and 50 Envelopes to match. Make your selection early at The Daily: Clintoniaa. i of REMEMBER Our New Dry Cleaning Plant Is the most modern and efficient in Clinton. Our solvents are harmless to your garments No odor No shrinking and no fading. ne MODEL 220 B!ackman Street 'j Rush Holt Xpoq jsnSnB )si) jo s3qBq air) SB IC iCluo si oum BU3 jia 1S3M jo 1IOH usnH ini gUOB 3)8U38 pOJIUfl "! 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We know pr-ectly wfll Denhardt haunt fired a sun for six month " 4'lHllplilMlloilH Overtret Baid lie would confer Willi KttkHtif nKardig re-exhuma- lon of Mm. Taylor's body. The cor ner, howevor, naid he did not be ieve the widow family would rant permittKton In view of the pre-ioii exhunmtion and examination ne autopsy report, the coroner aid, in on tile and is available to oih the prosecution and the de fense. sirs, layiorn body was round on country road side, fiftt) feet from he spot where the car of Gen. Den- ardt wat stalled by a defective bat- ery, a fw miles from Laeranpe. Near her was the general's .45 ral- bre service revolver. Voice of Conscience "De botce of conscience a in loud enough foh most men," said Uncle Eben. "Dey needs an alarm lock." 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All of the etjuipmpiit will be weatherproof, so that the investment this year will last for years to come. After t he holiday season the wiring will be taken down and stored. Five colors of :tO-watt bulbs will be used and the lichting is expected to be as attractive as any seen in this secthin of the state. I'mmnlttee Membem of the light celebration committee of the organization, whe are also heading the Christmas light drive, are: C. T- Roll, Paul Fletcher Montelle ()smon, Herschel Cheek and Koy Know. Other members will SKsist with the light canvass. As the firift step in a movemen' designed to revive the coal Industo in the Clinton field, a committee wa named to make a complete survey of mines in operation, problems In volved and to confer with operator on steps toward their solution. Freiiclil Iroblere. This group will consist of Let IlfUn, chairman; Roy Staats, George Stevenson, Ca I Meyers and Raymond Wedlock. One of the first moves of the group will probably be to cooperate with action already being taken to have the present freight rate for hauling; coal into Cliutor from neighboring mines adjusted tr correspond with that at Terre j Haute. A constitution and by-la wa for the j new organization were also read and ! approved and a committee consisting of Roy Snow and Laurence Jackson was named to make plant for tbe December meeting:. While no efforts are being made to form a large group, for the Bake of numbers alone, membership in the commercial club is open to all men (n Clinton actively interested in retail business. R. B. Wedlock was elected president early in November. READ THS ADS FREE INFORMATION OF THE Federal Home Modernization Plan The Daily Clintonian has available, in simple, readable fcrm, the important facts concerning the plan of the Federal Housing Administration to provide funds for repairing and modernizing homes. There is nothing complicated about the plan, so far a the home owner is cencemed. To any reader who fills out and mails the coupon be-l-w. The Daily CI:ntonian will send, free of charge, complete details on who may apply for a loan, where to apply and all other necessary information. Pleace print or write plainly. Please send me the pamphlet explaining the home modernization plan. I have rooms in my home. I am interested in the type of home improvement checked below: Roofing 1 Plumbing n Electrical Work Additional Rooms T1 Heating Brick Work Landscaping and Grading Or 1 Hi-rv ric- ny rtJi-r fyM of pn.itrt. Name Address Address your letter to: Home Modernization Editor, The Daily Clintonian, Clintonian Building, i Clinton, Indiana. i

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