The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 2, 1936 · Page 4
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 2, 1936
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Wednesday, December 2, 1936 The Daily Ginlonian, Clinton, Indiana HORACE WRIGHT COURT NEWS IN NEW POSITION You'll Find the Answer to What to Buy for HIM Right Here? . . Horace Wrliilil. until recently nf AteiTa. . INSURGENTS USE POISON GAS, RED CLAIM ASSERTS (Continued from l'age 1) lacks. Up to a laic hour this muni-lug, the scheme had sun ceded In keeping liiMirgi'iit aerial bombers al bay. The louiicKt and fiercest battle yet fought fur poKHftotion of Madrid ended temporarily at noon yesterday, vi M rllnlim, hits been appointed an llii' lii'W I'nulhic dealer in ItcdhilidK, Cal.. Ity tin- Southern Culifui nla I'mitlm- representatives. 1 'ii til tin- aiipollltini-nt wan made Wrlitht wa associated with his brother. II. II. Wiitlil. u I'oniim denier in Kali liernardino. NKWrORT. Dec. 2 Ail affidavit chaiKiug John II. Harms with contempt was filed In Vermillion circuit court Tuesday. The affidavit alleges he wiis ordered by the court on May 2S to pay the sum of 1.10 fur use of his wife's atlorniy on or before Sept. 14, and that he had failed to pay Hi of this umoiinl. Bun us Is seeking a divorce from Ills wile. Numiii Ruth Hurrus, on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment and is asking tor the custody i,f their two children, Patrica. 21 months old, and John, 7 months. Hearing is set for December 21. Pajamas " 98cto$l49 Neckwear m ' ; - - - 39c lo$l Mens HosePr.l5,25,35c . SUITS . OVERCOATS . SHOES with u.iKitloiis In general unchiinced. a 'A vjr s The conflict lias developed tnio a war of attrition, with each side l- if. a Last of Ringling Brothers Dies in New York Today tempting to wear the other down by. steady, relentless pounding. hiii(C Mn'ft Kati'-y CORDUROY TROUSERS Wlllllow I'ane tfO OA ( lut ks 3dC Men's HcHty BLUE MELTON JACKETS S2.93 S3.95 M'n' SPORT SWEATERS I a in y i)or fl 4 QQ W till ZIiM-rs 3 mi RITES PLANNED THURSDAY FOR JAMES C. GILLIS Expense Reports Of Candidates in County Are Filed MvWI'OH'l". I" - A IMIIIllHT III till! I'lllllllllill'-K I" III"-" IIT11 1 I'lK- lliill have lil'd lli'-lr i-xin'iiw etate-ut'iilK 111 I Ik- ri "i It"' Clerk ol IIk- Vet minimi ciif'U-1 court. All candidate "I""' lii'' "'eir :' l'1 statement viith tin- lik iiiiu ;i days afti r chillim. TIwm li have reported arc follow: Paul I) Si in in. 1 1' ' H'l' !" K. J Dudley (1 1'iosc-i utniK attorney. 2C00 Hubert K. tlulllll. Ill) prilseCUl- mii attorney tJi Allen lli-nnls. IM sheriff, S75 . Vi-rn Aldirmn, ill i sheriff, 75. Kvelcll K KlittMilvE. lit) cleik, IUlib P. Janes, lit I clclk, tiiM. Cbarlca II Cooper. I) I auditor $210 t5. Harry MI'rea. 1) I treasurer, IS. Juliu A. HuKbes. K ) treasurer. 1117. . , John A. Hooe. Illl (surveyor, tl2"S0. H j. Kllliiil-er, iR.j surveyor. fi28.i. f f fen Jap V. Bwayne, ill I corouei. If, 4 00. Andrew Jobusun. U.I commissioner. 170.00. Harry Krisl. IU.)' coiumii,'Sioiier. $22.85. DANCING (Continued from race 1) A FULL LINE OF CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISE Cut Price Clothing Store o z o X H Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Your Favorite Beer On Tap Wine Liquors Mixed Drinks man streets is an uncle of Mr. Gillls. The local Gillls store will be closed from 1 p. in. until a p. m. tomorrow and the Terre Haute Gillls stores will dote from 1:30 lS 334 South Main E. O. HUTCHINSON. Manager Phone 673-J ... M.niiafrs.i U DLn.. C71 I II until 5 p. m. tomorrow, -' 1 NKW YOlt K. Ilw. 2 -John rtlns-linc. millionaire cirrus ' maitnale. di-d at his home here early today of bronchial pneumonia alter sever-al days illness. He was 70 ''a old. I,asl of tin' five brothers who spent their lifetime in buildinsr up the worlds largest circus. King-ling had bn in poor health for the pasf year, and lacked the resistance to fiirht the pneumonia with which he was recently stricken. The first RiUKlfnx circus venture was a small teut show in Wisconsin. Later the brothers organised Ringling Brothers circus, and some years later acquired the Itanium Bailey circus. liingliiig was also head of the American Cirrus - corporation, whiih controlled a number of smaller circuses, including Hells-Kioto. John rtobliiKon. Al ft. Barnes and Sparks Brothers. Ringling was associated with Tex Rickard in building Madison Square Garden, and was also interested in two railroads, the Ardmore St Ringling Hue in Oklahoma, and the White Kulphur Kpriims St Yellowstone I'ark railway in Montana. V All' JL-S LQCDGDgJ t .....sA sftsm Mwsr l..t rtm mm in mmmu Cockatoo U IntllieB The cockatoo is readily tamed and Shows unusual intelligence. His vocal abilities are decidedly limited, however. A raucous squawk or a barsh chattering i about all the best cockatoo can manage. Cocky s family is native to Australia and the East Indies. The cockatoo rms crown of feathers which lie can erect at will. He usually inhabits forests end feeds on fruits, seeds and the larvae of insects. Shepards' Fetes .Rollicking The most unconventj-ir.yl rollicking social gathering are the Hhep-ards' dhir.ers held in the Lake District ol Pn"hnd Do Your Christmas Shopping at Penney's-Use Our Lay-a-way Plan! Come to Clinton Friday Night, Dec. 4th! See the new lighting system turned on for the first time, and the new Christmas decorations. Penney's will be open until 9 o'clock. Do your shopping now and avoid that last minute rush. After the ceremony at 7 o'clock bring the kiddies to Toyland! Santa will be there in person. THURSDAY SPECIALS 5c 10J-oz. can Pumpkin Toyland at Penney's Fibre Doll Carriage DIAL TYPEWRITER GIVE HER ALL SILK Q0 Gaymode1UDlCIVT Sheer chiffon or aervice weight Full Fashioned Ringlets! Self - ink in llVi' x '.'," typewriter that tikes a full "!iz letterhead ! An educational toy BeurU fnu fn-isfaed fibre car-rif with bright wire wheels and rubber tires. For dolls op to 1" r79c 98c Our Finer, Sheerer HOSIERY Beautiful, ringleas pair... Hkte'Oa Loco tnc tire MT8TEST CAR Heavy Gauge Steel! Q0C 39c Irango Slices c Juet Received Fresh- 2 pound. for .U W Sfaloy's Syrups Dark U-lb. can 10c, 5-lb. can 27c, 10-Ib. 49c Light H-lb. can 12c, 5-lb. can 29c, 10-lb. 52c SPAGHETTI and MACARONI Fresh Shipment at New Lew Price - 3 lbs. 25c 20-lb. cases $1-39 Some fun to ride this 20th Century Limited' 2 2' I 0 D -steers from the -r mil lWil M GLAMOUR! I tm All Wool If I French Ilanncl l ROBES (I 1.98 A gift that will t delight any woro- -sv an! Robes that look and feel like V far more expena- JJt Ive one. Lovely it solid colors trim- LV med with con- l3f trasting bindings. rTTiTaWHIalliii IIMI in , An ideal tor! No wiadinc nae-easary )ust presa down oa the top and watch it t. On Sale Friday Night at 7 30! TOWEL REMNANTS 3c ea. None Sold Before 7:30 Ss tip Eay for Kiddies of 2 to 4 to Steer! . w, n.fnva TPieVClfi AU Built 98c S2!! Ladies' "Cyntbla" SCpt Ladies' Quilted Robes Bear, Whe keeU wLr Ladies' Q9 Oft Fitted Bags pafcasX-P ! Sturdy stwl trik with ri IJ enamel finish. Btreamhned hst- The Practical Gift! HANDBAGS Rod J QO Leather! JJ It in't nftm you find wh tin-nmjf ra' lathfr bags at irn fmarbMy lew ru-. Iit -tivn d't-irn in tlw p-ulur frwi' rat uil ltni dlebars are afljusie; r-n-e trie horn, fenders, rear sUps. KlaNhbitht hstiericii entra. !- 98c Manicure . Seta DEGBIAQO GDEESE f5 i'te TOILET SET 3 Years Old Lb. 4 Ci of Beauty Q0c- ' I $98 a 1mu.m9 BED SPREADS l ull (Kl hi- AtLfMrtiva thrs pn et , . . ron.t.ti of co nib, bruh nl mirror with tvavf cpUuioid Gift Suggestions FOR HIM Trf or Hit Gift! I.IUFFLEH8 Initial, Boxed 51- Handkerchiefs aJiQC Corduroy Sheen- 5"y .90 Men' fell or Leather CLIPPERS lined CoaU 9 B New PUmt im Tovmrraft Men's Shirts SI Men's Fancy Pajamas Men's Fancy . . Sex, 4 prs tfxfibit Lined Clove Men's Belt SeU All Wool MeJlon Jackets, Suiperiders . . . - 49 c SWANSDOWN EAD FLOUR Made by the makers of the famous cake flour 24 lb. bag 98c OLUMBUS ( (OOPERATIVE STORES 959 N.9th St. and Corner Main and Vine St. TcL 745 We Deliver TeL 746 49 Bis; Assortment a. 49c 98c Filfc or wool mufrlers in rood toukins; designs or solid dp-tnes. These are designed to blend well with practically any overcoat! He'il apprwruu on. ad tt is resllv irrBtnive! .98 Blanket Cloth f?5 S8 52 Robes ZPawa. Yoall rmd his favorite her . . Oprra, EvereU or collar styles. Cuatiton or Uather heels. Solve all rft problems with these fine sbirta. Pra-sbrunk fabrics ... all new fast colors 1 Lamfur MEN'S TIES M Jackets $H49 Boys' Leatherette Holiday Boxes "7 wmrnmnK, ssnawaww, -ji 1 ll s a J I f " 1 11 111 " ui i m i m

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