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Friday, November 27, 1936 Ttte Daily Clintoman, Clinton, Indiana Page 6 CLASSIFIED ADS been quarreling with Mrs. Piipke. "He crowded past me," paid -Mrs. Oatuinue, "and said he wanted to see his wife. She came into the room and he started shooting." One of the Hliots pierced Mi-a. Papke's heart and she f''M with a gasp. Then Papke shot hiinsi-lf (liree tfms Ihroiicil the 'l;c?t. Ik' FOR RENT JANNAZZO WILL MEET ROSS FOR VVELTERGROV.N Lucky Izzy Cap Dizzy Rise With Shot at Championship; Odds Quoted at 6 to 1 in Favor of Barney and his wife were deml li lice arrived. po- CHICA'iO. Nov. n HOdS. L'VIMIO; holdovers. 4.0IHI ;!np. $!I.ii0 !l 70; bean. medium 2 tfi : . th 9. fill' light lltllls Livestock l"c liigher: f .ISO; hulk. :i euro :i.mi: light. .! K.;.(. e, !i.2J. packing sows. Is 'iiif II;; pics.'b N.7". CATTLE. .ll": sli-ady Calves. I.tioil; steady H'( ulcers: sood and ( ehotee. $tO.OIii J.".; rldll- nion and mediun.. f 7. ')' rtt : yearlings. n.'iiii 12 Butcher cattle: lieifM-g. $.",.M' fi 1 1 ilti; row. i KMZ ALt- t!? JT U i S-'s0teTt' en utitu rr- K Wit VTk Phone 44 MEYER BAKING COMPANY FOR Butter Krust Bread DOUGH-NUTS BUNS ROLLS Prompt Service Blizzard Starts SO .HAMTiu-'Vl-tESOUJ ec a biseCAcr AJOt-TD MAKE AT tssr one" or 7HH ' If s Worth J. Walsh developments when earned the west coast Washington bid with its Washington; finished its 40 to victory over Slate, while Alabama rcaular season unbeaten with a 14 to fi decision over Vanderbilt. There are. unfortunately, several kinds of finishes and Fordham's was a well merited 7 to 8 defeat hy w v....t, l-tii-ritv This IS. Ol course the same Fordham team that 'rJIw'nn alwavs starts for the ihe middle of November and wind up having its New Year's dinner at a nearby dairy lunch. It hit its peak acainKt Purdue, then faded into a tie with Georgia nd finally lost yesterday for the first time, the winner beins a team that once held Ohio Stale splendidly, ihe score being to (). Kven a New York sport writer can't make anything but hashed browned potatoes out of that. X. Y. I"-. I suspect, ronid have won yesterday by more than It did. Fordham. worn down to nothinz through winning it games by making the other team lose, gave its parsers no protection and. on defense, had Its tackles mouse-trapped all day on the . Yale ctit-ha k p'ay. It even broke a lad mm' Oruie down Be'fl f-ir what would have buen a winnine tooetidown pass but the youna- man began stepping up and down and never got his hand? on a ball that any able scrubwoman would have caught on the end of her mop. It was all for the best of course. Fordham went as far as it could with una! it had and it's just as well for eastern prestige that this didn't - rry it any further than the dressini; room at the Yankee Stadium. DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main Street Clinton, Indiana I Tonight j Fish and Rabbit Fry Dorman's Tavern GOOD MUSIC Plenty of Parkin. Space ICE COLD BEER 5c and 10c All-American One Opinion For What by Davit NEW YORK. Nov. 27 I'nless L. S. r. can and does put on a show against Tiilane at Baton Rouee tomorrow, the great probability is that it will be Washington, of the northwest, versus Alabama, of the deep south, for the Rose Howl' game at Pa-adena on January 1. This much vas indicated if not actually ordained during yesterday's holiday ARMY-NAVY TILT HEADS BILL FOR nnu RIP Philly S'adhira Drawing 100,000 as Service Team Renew Ancient Rivalry on Gridiron NEW YORK. Nov. 27. From a standiioiut of color and tradition, aged in the football keg for nearly a half century, the Anny-Xavy football game at Sesqai statium. Philadelphia, tomorrow takes precedence over 11 others, as the season goe into the grand finale. Even Hose Bowl significance to be found in the Louisiana State-Tulaue contest is over-shadowed by j the all-service claFsie which was j started in 18S0 with seldom a dull momeiU since. j Army Picked j This time 1J.0 spectators will j be on hand lor m-bat probably will ! be a customarily close ttruggle, and. I think, with the Army eventual winner, contrary to popular opinion. Navy has played the tougher schedule and has done all right with it, to be sure, but Army was handicapped in at least one game by illness, and now reportedly is bak in bup sbane. Moreover, the Cadets played last week while Navy has been idle since Nov. 14. I Layoff Angle j Coathes say that when m team moves along Blowly to a peak, it is litely to slump after a layoff and Navy will have this to combat, not mentioning that Army bss a really capable eleven when all hands are present and functioning smoothly, j Swinging ciOwn into the south. , Louisiana State, a powerhouse ap- i pareutly beaded for the Hose Bowl j ever since it bounced back from a tie in its second game, should coo- , tinue undefeated against Tulane. al- ' though a brisk battle would not be surprising. This is anotner oi tnose things which each side mails for all season. fmA A SNOUFMJ.. I y or 1 fi IS SETTiAtCUHOERWAy.. It. -- 'if f&r . . ... SHOW SATURDAY , 1 $4.25ff i,75: bulls, $4. 2508.50; calves. 5. nu 9.50; feeder steers, $4.508.00: Blocker steers, f 4..i0 7.75; stocker cowh and heifers. 14.25 iff 6.50. SHEKP. 13.000; steady; medium and choice lambs. $x.50ier.25; culls and common. $7.00S.50: yearlings, ffi '8.25 ; common and choice ewes. J2..10 (8 4.50 ; feeder lambs, ff.00 8.00. riiii'Af'.fi Vov 27. Strength ut Liverpool influenced active buying of wheat futures at ihe opening here today with prices 'j, to l3.,c i up. Corn also was in demand and ! gained to c while oats moved un 't c ' W'HKAT: Di.. 11S'4-I1: May. l ir, i.-i 1 7 2 : July, litti-ioii t, . CHUN: mewl Dec. 1 05 ;-); . M.iv. 1 no ' - :ii : July. !' '4 ; loldi Mai. !is': July. S5V i OATS: Dec. 45i,-:S,; May, 44'l,- tlne Horse Power One horse power is equieaTent to raising 3.1.0H0 pounds one foot per minute, or 550 pounds one foot per -econd. Opens Saturday HP. M. Show I hem! K"K31 tr - WHEN I. 1 XKW YOKK, Nov. 27 -l.ady Luck in vei has had to smile twice to gel an anewer from Izzy Januaxso for lny has been on friendly terms with that fbkle dame since the day he a-a horn. ' In fact, most of the cauliflower gentry insist Izzy was horn under a horseshoe and with a fnnr-leaf rlov-ir ill his hand. And the same uell-try insist be will need Ihe horseshoe rather than Ihe clover In his hand tonight when he Bteps Into the ring against Harney Ross in a 15-rnund battle, for the welterweight championship of the world. Izzy Italctl fiw Most or the fliiht mob say Izzy doesn't belong in the same ring with the champion and are laying 0 to 1 or more azainst him. Some of them. like Abe Lyman, the hand b-sirtVr. are laying 3 to 1 Barney will knock him out. These scornful optimists would do sell to pause and consider Izzy s luck and ability. Since he started, boxing few semesters hack, good fortune has dogged Izsy's steps. He took a preliminary bov's place as a sub in his first pro fleht. Everybody thought he'd be beaten. But he won. . One Way A good fighter would tnrn up with a had hand and Izzv w.-td i" shoved into his place to get licked, of course but he'd win. And he's kept on winning and climbing. The writer feels sure that Izzy will be on his feet at the finish and cvt-n If he should lose, it probably will be by a hairline dec'sinn. Former Champion Murders Spouse, Commits Suicide I.OXO BEACH. Cal . Nov. 27 William I Billy I Papke. former world's middleweight boxing champion, lay dead today after fatally shooting his estranged wife. Mrs-Edna Eloise Papke, 4U. and then turning the smoking gun on himself "They got into an arsument." said Mrs. J. s. Cabanne. a witness o! the tragedy, which occurred at Pap-ke's Balboa Island home last night "and suddenly Mr. Papke pulled on" a gun and shot her through ih' heart. Then he shot himself ih the chest three times. ' Papke was trying to effect a re' onciliation before the tragedy, according to authorities who said n inquest would tie held as it appeared to be a clear case of murder and suicide. Mrs. Cabanne said she had a premonition of trouble last n:ght whe"' Papke rang the doorbell, as he ha ' COLUMBIA Friday and Saturday PETER B. KYNE'S "Stampede" starring CHARLES STARR FIT Comedy "HOME ON THE RANGE" Screen Snapshots 10c Sunday mad Monday Modern home at 14 n I'lione ZS1-J. 4th St. I2U Male Instruction Reliable mn to take up AIR CONDITIONING and Electric Refrigeration Prefer men now employed and mechanically Inclined, with fair education and willing to train snare time to become experts in Installation and service work. Writs giving age, present occupation. I'tll-itles Eng. Inst.. Hox 442. Clinton. 18 Help Wanted -Male WAX WANTED for nearby Haw-leleb route. Write Immediately. Rawleigh Co.. Dept. INK-7S-SAC. Kreeport. III., or see K. II. Crawford. 125 X. 4th St.. Clinton. Did. sch LEGAL NOTICES NOTIO; OF FINA1, KKTTLKMK.MT OF KKTATK Notice is hereby given to the .1 . 1 r..-.. kaip. inn IrniatAM nf 1 IMI- sie Prout, deceased, to appear in the. I Vermillion Circuit Court, held at Newport, Indiana, on the 30th day of November, 1936. and show cause. If any. why the Final Settlement Accounts with the estate of said decedent should not he approved: and said heirs are notified to then and there make proofs of heirship, and receive their distributive shares. Witness, the Clerk of said Court, this 10th day of November. 1936. EVERETT E. KHOADES. Clerk of Vermillion Circuit Court. Everett A. Davisson. Ally. 1112-19-2736 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given lhat the undersigned has been appointed by the Juclse of the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County. State of Indiana, administrator of the estate of Joseph Marietta, lale of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be sol vent. JOHN J. MARIETTA, administrator. k-tober 31. J936. M. C. Wigeins. Ally. 1112-19-2736 xoticf: for iiids Notice is jereby given that the Commissioners ol the County of Vermillion. Stale of Indiana, will receive sealed bids up to the hour of two c'clock In the afternoon of Friday, the 4th day of December. 193, at the county Auditor's Office, for books, blanks, stationery and supplies for 1937. in accordance with the specifications therefor on file In said Auditor's office. Each bid must be accompanied by bond or bid bona in the amount of Two Thousand Dollars i $2,000.00 i and mutt be to the approval of said Board. The Board reserves the right to reject any and alt bids. By order of the Board of Commissioners of said County, the Cth day of November. 1K36. C. B. COOPER. Auditor Vermillion County. Indiana. 1119-27SC NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned- has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County. State of Indiana. Administrator of the estate of Arminta Brann. late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. HAROLD F. WISEHART. Administrator. Nov. 24th. 1S3. 1127; 124-11 GRID ARGUMENT ENDS IN DEATH SEW YORK, Nov, 27 An arjju-' ruvnt oviT a football earn ha4 ?nd-j ed SuuUy toddy for Mrw. Antia Kif-e, SO. She van debating: t b? merit of the Cornel1 aud Peiin football team witii a friend. Everett Rice, when Bbe suddenly ran t a tbird-floor window and Jumped to the street. Her neck mas broken. HUFFMAN NAMED MOST VALUABLE BLOOMJNCTON. Did . Nov. 27. Vernon Huflman. Indiana's, star guarlerbaek. hc.s been sHerted by his teammates us the player most valuable to the iVSC team. It wus-anuouueed today. One of tbe best passers in the Big Ten. the floosler couijtleled 4 5 out of 314 for total yardage of 7C3 yards. He threw ttiree touchdown parses in the annual game with Purdue, a .C-yard luurhdown pass against Nebraska. Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these I . Next two lays insertion: the same 1c charge 'ou get three days at double Hie cost of the firBt day). .t thr-e days insertion: the same 8c ch -rae (you get a whole week, six . at three times the rout of one insertion). Earn urii.p of three days thereafter, 8c a Hlark l o (like this), 10c per line. . All rlaixl l In-rltnllna- memo, rlams and ' of all kinds must be paid In i dvance except thoee by regular cu wrier whose acounu are paid nii If r I twine fiuiu or-anluiloBs li) bills must tie allowed before being paid. In the Inner oau the person asking the publication tt the nollee will be held rcpHH.Ihle for H payment. Ousin ass Services Twelve I'l.i -ORi-aplis. Kolrc twelve Xiruw Rifl problems. -Hake thr appointment t day. t'anhnrr Studio. Fl'KNACE !EI'AIKINi. Have that smoke pi e renewed now. Estimates free. Koy Taylor, Ihone S17-W. FCFL SALE Laving stra a K. I. pullets, perfection coal-jil heater, three email incubators. First farm house South Main street. t2w How-lawn L (shorn cockerels. A-A-matiug. ames M. Crane, 1 mile east of Cen-it church. t22 Laie model l:l Ford Tudor le-Lue, M 3. A bargain. Kmall down payment. See H. BuffUiKton. Fab-view, ol rail S5W. Exclusive fesrnat yarn for hand-knit. Vogue styles, instructions by appoint:: ent. Phone 330 and SS, Deresa Wisehart. tl Turkeys. 341 N. 7th St. US One Farmall tractor outfit, complete. 4 good rows. 2 yearling boilers. I Rood, mm ami 13 fall pies Roscoe Walker, 631 Black- nian street. 118 t omb honey. 15c lb. Extracted. 45c quart. H. Vardrop. 16U5 South Third street. 118 foal. War: coal hauling. Jam Fov. C90-W. 1H For Sale Coal Jackson Hill six-inch lump. 13 40. Ilay Baud, phone 56S-M. IM For good coal phone 77-W. 4WtI X U in H VI iTcOAU l.VIVFRSAI.. .MIMI XO. 4. A-M lil-ACK BF.TTV SO. 5- HAKLEV HI FF-MAX, lIKR 10. tf WANTED Housework. Write Box A. Clinton. Indiana. 442. t2 Hoys ageg 12 to IS to do pleas-am. edue tionai work afternoons aud Satin ys. Good pay. Apply by letter tu JT. Box 44 2, Clinton. tie RiVer botton land. Will purchase tracts of acres or more. Gife partienlans mi price. Write Box II, Alvin II!. t26 Wan or wo nan for night duly at hotel. Experience necessary. Write H Bos 442. Clinton. US LOST Parker fou tain pen with name Pauline 1 jte. Heturn 7Sa Nebe-ker street. - v1f Jilaek leath' r purse containing keys. fountain ia and other valuables. Ileward for return of keys and pen nt Cliinonia" office. tl PAIE' NOTICES is memokiam In loving memory of my father. Hoy Teal, itio passed away one ya'r f.go toe' cy, November 27, 3 985. Nothing cul ever take a way A Jjove. : heart holds deyr; Fond menu- w-s linger every day liememijv rice keeps him near. (Son, TUoi as C. Teal. tit 1S0TIC : TO PUBLIC! Stmrtinj MONDAY NOVEMBER 30 Hair C A in AU Union 51.or W31 Be 50c NINTH STREET LIQUOR STORE 448 North Ninth Street Clinton's Greatest Stock ol 0 WVskeys Wine 0 Cordials Gin At Popular Price! K . Tonight & Saturday I a 4 (4lMjii Final Chapter i JliffljL0 Buck Jon" m i I 'Vf-VfSi "Phantom Rider" 'lMffCtCOx 'Diamonds in the Rough" Z THE PfOURES 10c 25c mmfm 1 1 A LAUGH EVERY SECOND! fALACJ!? ! I A RIOT AT THE END ! Final Tonite j witt, S T U A R T E R vTiTC I Msjr nt&r Vi I I BOWES NEWS Act 1 I 10c-25c 1 l-l.irr.kt Tk Bir Show When Bigger Shows Are Made the ' ' n a.i, n,, L ' V "w-V A ' " 1 - PALACE Will ID VAi Hjtr ,i HO SANTA cAst lusm l-IIIIIB CIAUS- &S I ' t-v. i I ! Err Url JfrP- n h ... " , - - ' ' .... - , . ... - - - - - - -

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