The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 2, 1936 · Page 2
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December 2, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Wednesday, December 2. 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton. InJiana Page 2 Thousands Awaited RANKERS START h rsr Celebration VITAL QUESTION IS PUT OFF AT LONDON PARLEY in Markets CIHCAtiO. Dec. 2.-Livestock: -a -i-i nun- r to 10c highei City Friday Night WELKER POLICY IS UNCHANGED Homer Welker announced today that the same standard of service and materials would he maintained at the Welker Auto Service garage as was established under the old f.ini. known as the Axlell-Welker Anln Service garage. CONVENTION AT (Continued from Vas" D i.i,i,,v,.r's K.imii: ton. $10; bulk. (Coutmued from Page 1) ,WASSERMAN'S Madrid government, anil hpanisn fascist sourc s declared 'hundreds i AUGUSTA TODAY " if Hussialis are directing goern- i ::in. At 7 ! ' president of the commercial club, will introduce Mayor Zink. who will .h,-,,. the switch turning ' nient operations in Madrid. Malaga ( Meeting of Board of Governor anil llarc.-loiia. I Welker recently bought out Vein I Axteirs share In the business after Covernniei.t sources likewise la i m hundreds of Italian aviators and iirtillernieti are aiding the having been associated with his lot Opens Sessions; Forum to Be Conducted on Tax Limitation j!i r.nfl-lt.fia; heavy. fi.4i Sr t rt.oo : I medium. ,S.fiiii ln.ofl: light, ts.tiol dlil.KO; light lights. $X.75f.S"; packing sows. $x.r0 fl .3i. ; pigs.: f ll.OOf, 8.25. CATTLE, 10.000; steady. Calves,' l.r.nO; steady. Beef steers: good and choice, 10. 00 i 1 2. '.'5 : common and medium, 7.i0(fi il.r.rt; yearlings. J S.S0 St 1 2.r,0. Butcher 'cattle: heifers. J5.0II (i 11 .SO : cows. 1 4.2r,i 7.00; hulls. $4.25111.50; calves. 5.00 ffi 1 100; feeder steers. t i.f.iiifi s ou: mocker steers. $4.50 (fi7.75; stocker cows and heifers. $4.25 'o fi.SO. i S1IKEP. 10.000; steady; medium . i 1 lighting system. .ink to Speak Mavor Zink will make a short address, after which the band will nlnv ,i, T:M P- nt- A carnival .ptri' met- partner since l:si. rebels. ... .. .i... ..Iiv .1 nvlTlU the en- Altllnde of Tennessee t,.. t f ti. ft sinte of Ten- PRIME MINISTER I Will ri'ipil ill " it Mvenlng and other special fea AUGUSTA, On., V. I 'Mo"' lhan 1.000 nelrst from all P"'" nf Die nation comi-rni'd on this city IOC Mllltltr . .,riu ...?iw:ii'd from a ' ',,ir,' of li (Mil feet at I,.,:,,,, arranged !' 1"':'' III i m 41 1 l,.lm, bouses Santa Clans i DOES NOT FAVUK KING'S ROMANCE (Continued from Pege 1) n .ii,..Mi-niice in muxiiiiieii v.. Mount Lc Conte, near the North Carolina border in Sevier County, to l!i2 feet on the Mississippi River in Ehelbv County. The mean eleva-i, f .i,a einte is nonroMimatcly and choice lambs. $S.50(ii 0.25; culls and common. $7.00 ft S.fnl ; today for thn opi-ning session of thi-2r.th annual convention of Hip Investment Bankers Association of America. Opening today with a mtettne of pectert to ni:ir several stores for the benefit of th .1,, i.l,-,. ii ai-lings. $t;.oofi S.nft; common and (boice ewes. $2. SO 4.50; leed- Suggest That Most Useful r.f All Gifls CLOTHING SHOES ror eeiy member of the fnmlly. TROUSERS nai'iii aiil lonit ci iiir. SWEATERS sei v iccHhle 1ml InexiN'nwIve. SLIPPERS SHIRTS ni:iny pjiHrns mil rolrtt. TIES as bright tis the 41irMni spirit. i.:..i..i.io i, ,ii, lies are being put f!U0 feet. Tlie general slope is west lamlis. $5.50 (f? 8.00 on the drive conducted by the Com by north. ..i..i. tn Simnce tile new I'liirmn Dec 2 Further ac- merciai iiu" Christmas lights nnd although sonu the board of governors, an eiani.i-ate program, Including golf nnd tennis tournaments In addition to the regularly schedull sessions, has been arranged. .. k. , rtr i wnn.W wheat and corn featured generally higher open difficulty Is beinc experienced m ..... ... mn....v It l expected that ilonals which have not hern so strongly worded about the monarchy since the days of Queen Victoria's temporary unpopularity, served to ?et the country by the ears. The vbw was generally held that now the mailer has been brought into the open. King Kdward must make an immediate 1 decision one way or another. ing dealings in grains lonay. ji) options reacnea new lops wnu uo-nearby wheat and corn options a nt above yesterdays ciose. whfat- llec.. 124V.-125: May. the goal of M'M will be reached, officers said. It is hoped that sufficient money will be raised at this time to pay for current used this vear and next. "lli-itilta Lights t-k. i;l,.c ,..- Iieillg . Oil l I'll t "''! 12O-120H; July. 10774-108. Mixed C'ond Ratio When a person has the blood of two or more races the denominator of the fraction expressing the ratio of blood is always two or a power of two. One may be one-half, one-fourth, one - eighth, one - sixteenth, one - thirtv - second, or one - sixty-fourth Indian blood, but he can not be one-sixth, one-twelfth, one-filth, or one-tenlh. Pain Alto Is Spa.ush Palo Aiu, is Spanish, meai.ins hich timber. Tiie site of the city ,n "California waa formerly heavily wooded. ! PI INTON HIGH Points for Pvbatc The regular sessions themselves will take up a wm-e of problems with the questions of municipal taxation, national recovery and problems confronting railroads and utilities virtually certain to be thoroughly discussed by the delegates. In addition, any number of informal meetings have been arranged, at which a variety of general topics will be discussed by the various del COIiV: (new) llec. 1 1 u ; May. 104 V,-i',: July, flfnt-loo. COItS": told I .May, IPS; July. !lSU-. OATS: Pec.. 4C,-H,; May. 4 ". T-s -V. ; July. 4-2-43fi.' SCHOOL NEWS Il. l.ales were held in the fourth ,.,.! sixth neriod English 5 classes by Kendall & Sen. They will consist of IS strands of 2 lUhts ! and will be stretched fmm the new str-et light stand.ir.ls. Workmen are installing the new boulevard ligl.ts to- in connection with the pari ta men Hemp Old in China Hemp has been grown in China as early as 2300 B. C. tarv procedure which they are now dav and the Christmas lights win ! si'.nlvii.g in oral English hung at once, so that all will be in readiness for Friday night. The fourth period class selected Hi as its (pieslion for debate. Resolved THE ROOT STORE Clinton extends a hearty invita That machinery and invention are i tion to residents of the sun-on lid inr .iiUunoinc faster than the average Christmas Sale of TIES territory to be ils guests Friday night. Pome and see the new le-htn. "3 iiv utti main otreei The Merry Christmas Store see the Christmas displays and enjoy egates. Ta Question Shortly after the meeting of the board of governors, a forum on t:ix limitation will be held with T. T. Richardson of Chicago presiding. C A. Dykeman, city manager of Cincinnati, will also address this forum, A railroad forum, with h. A. Downs, of Chicago, president of the Illinois Central railroad presiding, is scheduled for tomorrow morning. For Friday "morning t he delegates will attend a forum on regulations man. The r.ixlh period class selected as its question. Resolved: That machinery and invention have In Iped man more than they have hindered him. In both classes the affirmative 1 a pleasant evening. James Bennie and Clarence Daugherty. local contractors, an- tliio morning that their Through a fortunate purchase, we are able to offer you the lowest price on high-quality grift ties seen in rae.ny years. Beautiful patterns, rich materials and a part of the work on the new boulevard lighting system was completed. Thev exnressed gratitude for til- cooperation of the city administra fine selection. tion and the street, fire and ponce departments. !faW Z"'""""'"'.''m at which the delegates will hear addresses by Dr. Lionel n. Edie. of Austin, Tex., president of the National Association of Securities commissioners and James M. l.andis, of Washington, chairman of the Securities and Exchange commission. Your Choice: won. In the fourth period class the officers and speakers were as follows: Ilirl Khepard, chairman; Edward Paloncy. timekeeper; Margaret I.. Haltotn, secretary; Lucille Webster. Lewis Jiiewend, Fred P.azzani and John Caveney. affirmative: Jean Dal Sasso. Helena Perona. Anthony Tr.-iskey and Anthony McConnell. negative. Ill the sivth period class the de-balers were: John Palmer. Jane Robertson. .Martha Edwards and Cesira Scorza, affirmative, and Margaret Cianotti, Mildred Keikes, Ilia Mae I.owley :.rui liiily Elegy, Honesty Is Best Knavery may serve tor a turn, tut honesty is best in the lone run. 25c 3E (1 REVOLUTIONIZES TUNING . ,i .!. mhi Uie ,' 1 li it isv. -;..rr- . n: r,r. ...tor-. ui.i . ' JLlim. Hal you'll " for Ihr Sr.. lim. bjr Ifcr C-fc tOCUStU TONt BUIO. Muselehmind The term nuis !:'bo:;r.-i refers In a hypui trophied and inelastic :o:idi-non of the muscle due to Men's Gifts That Will Please You! SHOES SLIPPERS HATS Manhattan Shirts and Pajamas We Handle Only the Best! SILVERMAN'S South Main Street Clinton ii iJ W r lFhH ml ', - ,i .if A K i Li Qxl ( iS Army Never Idle That great army of Imperial Rome of ancient days was never suffered to remain idle. In times of peace they were always employed in different ways building roads, bridges, canals, haruors and even planting vineyards and stamping out locust plagues. It is with deep regret that we announce the death yesterday of our President, Mr. James C Gillis. Our store will be closed Thursday From 1 to 5 P. M. GILLIS PHARMACY tSTli nU suk.irt yr-L" . , . ami Trblf Lomn wbwI ShoT";r' iTT -y $99.95 GENER&L ELECTRIC Make Mother Happy This Xmas! CiVEHERaNEWttfr, OTHER NEW G-E FROM $20.00 UP 31 rr a. O 14 y l.i Li i w ELECTRIC WASHER TT! T f" 3K si I m ai 'A 3k & t, si. 0 ',n . S Hi 20 Boxes of b'iN-.-C av coxes oi hy SrJU -&tA r.tf!Td;i I ir? v.. it Take a Tip from Santa! Give Her A MAJESTIC nTyM n Anrl One 1 I I ... ' ' ,;iS' M .'JTI vTJ Tfc.. ft: - G. L Hotpoint Electncron 'Streamline' ElAMGB 1 V4 IThe exclusive Ape Double Iahcr wubci cfly mm your own haiuU. Vftca M any wtcr level. 4; vii "s: ft; If U: i1'"F 1 (TC1.7',-r 1 f i'r5ftr--s, Nothing does more to brighten a woman's life than a good range and the new Majestic "Streamline" is just that. All working parts are enclosed, it gives uniform results on coal or wood and its all-enamel surface is easily cleaned. Come in and see it! With Each Washer Priced At I' --wgr lis I TIE exclusive Apex Doable Daffher vrashe all garments tttoroughly pentfy, rapidly even dainty silks sund fluffy woolras without damage As Uttle as a quarter of ft tubful of water may be nsed when only ft -frw things are to be washed. Yoor clothes actually last loojer whea washed m an Apex. 2 The Ape Adjuit. ble Pressure Selector Wringer tells you correct pressure for all fabrics. 3 MODERN STYLE. New graceful lines make Ape Washers modern and attractive. TERMS AS LOW AS $1.00 IVr Vtk RAYfJES-FRAZIER GO. SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS! $1 Lays Away a New Crosley Washer for Christmas. Sold By TAYLOR'S RADIO SEEYICE 436 North Ninth Street Phone 792 GUARANTEED SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF WASHERS Let us tell you the inside story of Apex, the finest washer you can bavl HARDWARE S3 mm Phone 33 323 South Main Street i

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