The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 3, 1936 · Page 6
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Thursday, December 3, 1936
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Thursday, December 3, 1936 Page 6 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Modernism Marks Designs for New Yule, Cards CLASSIFIEDADSl Help Wan ted -Female DO YOU want to earn oxlrn money? Simple, easy work at home. No experience necessary. No canvassing. Simply address and mail envelopes. Everything furnished. Send 3c stamp for particulars. Km-erson Studios, 127 N. Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.1 123 Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of insertion: 8c for each reudinK line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same 8c charce (you get Jhree days at double the cost of the first day). Next three daya insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three ttmo the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three daya thereafter, 8c a line. Black re (like this), 10c per line. Male Help Wanted MAN WANTKU Tor nearby llnw-leigh route. Write Immediately. Rawlelgh Co., Dept. 1NK-7D-SAC, Freeport, III., or see F. B. Crawford. 125 N. 4th St.. Clinton. Ind. sih . All classified add Including memo-Hams and notices of all kinds must be paid in advance except those by regular customers whose account are paid monthly or those from organizations whoso bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. f ' A GiiLr fNv. 1 ' 1 -1J One Opinion FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH By Davis J. Walsh Business Services Trade In Your Old Tires Mrs. Andrew Barber, seamstress, has moved to 865 Walnut street. t23 HAVE YOU A PAINTING PROB-lem? Bring It to us. Expert work. Phone 173-J, Lowry & IT 13 IT IT I I?u" non"skid safe,y I If tH during the winter plus 30 MORE MILES if you buy now ask us why! FOR SALE Fat hens, dressed and delivered. J. F. Carlin, phone 966-2. t25 Tractor, plows, cultivators, gas en gines, trucks, trailers ana repaiis D. R. Murray. t28 H. J. Schrader & Co. 300 South Main Street Phone 11 Timothy, clover and alfalfa hay. Oat straw. 419 West Edgar St., symbols such as Santa Claus. the reindeer and sleigh and nickering candles shining to the stars are once more popular. The verses on holiday greeting notes this season are more religious in tone ana the cynical wisecracks are outmoded. Modernistic designs mark many of the new Christmas cards which offer an unusual variety of colors, formalized treatment and elimination of detail. Gone are the days of cubistic extravaganzas and angular motifs, however. Many of the old favorite Paris, III., or 1712 South Main. Paris. t24 Player piano; oil stove. Albert Davis, Crompton Hill. iz Campaign Begun Lunch room 227 Mulberry street. t23 Guaranteed mine mules, 46 to 58 inches. William's, south of Dem-ing Park on Fruitridge Ave., Terre For Membership Of Farm Bureau t25 Haute. NEW YORK, Dec. 3 Somewhere rustling very slyly about among murmuring groups at various brigade headquarters and in the wardrooms of ships at sea there's a pretty hot story concerning 500 tickets that are said to have "gone wrong" at the Army-Navy game in Philadelphia last Saturday, They allegedly were sold for Jo.OOO-at. in fact, ten dollars apiece through ticket brokers and curbstone speculators with so much ostentation that ultimately the service academies became unpleasantly aware that something 'very ominous was happening. A check-up followed, it Is said, and the tickets were traced back to their source, upon which the officials first looked grave; theu very grim. Crooked Bijrwig The latter expression probably was brought on by the sudden realization that they could do nothing about it. The indicated party was neither of the Army nor the Navy. He was a civilian and pretty big; big enough, in fact, that, if they're right about this, they've really got something. "What the tickets originally cost the indicated party is also another story, for if I were to tell that. I might point a little to obviously and I'm no copper. As It is. it won't happen again, at least with the gentleman in question; in fact, It probably will bring about a general tightening of the lines around ticket distribution, with some private probing into the motives of (hose who: may be making application strictly on the "inestment" plan. Gypl! Customers Anyhow, that's as far as the matter and the story, too. goes at present and I'm telling the latter now because there may be a development later. If and when this comes, it may be seemingly irrelevant and j even innocent and it struck me it would be nice to know the situation I for what it really is. I The field work on the 1936 membership campaign begins in farm bureau districts 7, 9 and 10 this week, according to L. L. Needier. Good furnace, elevator, used lumber and brick. Ninth street at railroad crossing. t25 Coal. Want coal hauling. James Fox, phone 890-W. 15tf t tk?? l':t W 1 director of organization for the Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc. Twenty-eight counties in the districts named began membership solicitation Monday morning, Nov. 30. For Sale Coal "Reports coming in from these RYTEX PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS Jackson Hill six-inch lump, 13.40. Ray Baird, phone 588-M. IStf For good coal phone 797-W. 60tf FOIRTH VKINOOAL. I XIVKRSAI,, MIAMI NO. 4. AMI HLACK HI-TTV NO. B. HARLEV HUFFMAN, rllONE 10. 64tf counties indicate a very lively interest in the campaign." said Mr. Needier. "Most farmers are ahead of the season with their coin harvesting, which lends to the prospect of a rapid completion of the mem WANTED bership work. "Farmers feel the need of a V 1 Girl to work in cafe. Dorman's Tavern. tS3 strong organization to protect their i nterests in the approaching session FOR of the state legislature and the national congress.' continued Mr. River bottom land. Will purchase tracts of 80 seres or more. Give particulars and price. Write Box SI, Alvin 111. t26 Needier. "FarmerB are still paying a bigger percentage of their income PAID NOTICES vim m'm tiet your tickets for Junior Claw. Play, ltwemlier 14. t20 for taxes than any other important Industry. They mean to keep up a fight that will last until taxes on their farms and homes are on a filed ratio basis just the same as the excises, the income and the Intangible tax.'! PRINTED WITH YOUR NAME Here they are these ultra-smart cards that are always so individual. French folder style . . . exquisite stock . . designs especially created by Bytex. LI m i ma tn rii e I to ...5r a... 0 r-n ' 6uU How! WAGK INCRKASK TOJYO Kmplnyees in the Motor assembly plant at (iika NOTICE! Member U I". 1481 I". M. W". or A. Hail will be open from 2 p. ilium il 6:3" p. m. Tuesday. lec. 8. for election of international and district officers. Cleo Bridgeman. financial secretary. tS5 NOTICE! Bickett No. 2. Local J5S4 will vote from 3 to 4 p. m. at Myers hall, Dec. 8. Financial Secretary Harry Guinn. 124 NOTICE! There will be a special meeting of Vermillion mine workers Friday at 7 p. m. All members urged to attend. t24 F'l.KXIBI-E TAKIFF MANILA. P. I. Approval of a flexible tariff law as a step preparatory to the holding of a trade conference between the Philippines and the United States, will be urged upon the National Assembly before the present term expires. President Manuel Quezon has revealed. It is proposed to grant the president authority to raise or reduce existing rates from a minimum of 75 percent to a maximum of 300 percent. celebrated when off duty i(h a par- ; ty after learning they would le gir- ; en a Ave sen pr hour wage inrn-aw. j The order likewise included an- ; nouncemenl that retiring aHowanrs j would be given after January 1 in ' compliance with a new labr taw j protecting workers from sudden dig- ) missal. ! V UtljT.S j tjl NOTICE! To all members of Local Union No. 4 5S9. The following voting places for election of district officers. Dec. 8. Universal 10 a. m., Blanford 11-1. Centenary I p. m.. Clinton 4-7 p m.. Terre Haute 8-9 p. m t27 2.400 VKAR OLD RING CAMBRIDGE. Mass. A ring five centuries older than our calendar, is the object of a hunt by Cambridge police. It was lost by Spencer Bee-man. Chicago. Harvard university student. The 2.400-year-old ring was made of yellow gold. VISIT US AT L'AMOR CAFE At Our Present Location for Real Good Food! Plate Lunches, Dinners and Genuine Italian Food. Managed by our chef, Mr. Alfier DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 i Sooth Main Stnc Clinton, Indiana LEAVE ORDERS AT THE OFFICE OR SEND REMITTANCE TO THE DAILY CLINTONIAN The only gift that only you ran give, your phntigTraph. Maa the appointment today. Canlinrr Madia. t24 NOTICE. tM.U: Big social night for members and families at 7 p. m. Thursday. Ladies to bring either pie or cake. Bingo and other games will be played. J. C. Hayslett. sec y. tS3 FOR RENT Modem room. Sti Mulbirry. t2i Two furouhed light housekeeping rooms. Si's S. Main St. 124 By Brandon Walsh A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND Two room furnished apartment-100S South 4th. LOST Y Im ewe wtoaS2S jm X-Vc,"Mr5te ' w)r-u. Torino. L t -rx'S .s a wcss. S - . tm 1 ioo ro J nZH - v.") M &a x s.t W r-j ; H V , CKf -BAH! Ladies small black purse containing small sum of money between Ninth and Main street. Phone SsS-J or 31. Liberal reward Dorothy Shelton. itZ A brown and white dog. Springer spaniel. Answers to name of Danny. See Van Boxsnh. IS S. 4th St. Dog is lagged. Reward. til READ THE ADS

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