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December 4, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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i v Friday, December 4, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 6 day In Terre Haute. Mrs. Raymond (Josnell spent Wednesday afternoon In Terre f Hmite. 1 CLASSIFIED ADS Thanksgiving day with his parentB, Mr. and Mrs. James Varda. Mrs. Joe Gamoia and Jimmy Mon-tiul of Clinton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Massa. NEWS RECEIVED FROM KLONDYKE Help Wanted Mrs. Sanford Helt and daughter, Louise. Mrs. Southard and Mrs. Mori Miller of Salem were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gosnell. FAIRVIEW 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. Airier Joe Giacoletti Return to I. U. After Spending Holiday With Parents Salesman and collector between 26 and 35 years old to handle collections and learn salesmanship. We teach you local work. Old concern. Salary and commission. Apply between 7:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. or wiite T. C. Bear, 711 WabaBh Avenue, Terre Haute, Ind. 126 Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Tirst dar of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same 8c charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the Mime 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the rout ol one Insertion). Kach group ot three days thereafter, 8c a line. Illxk Ite (Ilk this), 10c per line. Diet of Ostriches The ostrich's diet is nlmosl wholly vegetable, consisting ol seeds, fruits and grasses. Eggs and insects are rarely eaten. They swallow small stones and gravel to aid digeslinn ' and relatives of .Kloudyke. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Klanthetlo and daughter Edith of Range Line spent Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Airola and family. John, James Jr.. and Charles Mas-sa of lndianapoliB spent the week end with their parents, Mr, snd Mrs. James Massa. Mrs. Forest Bay of Chicago spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hock Olacoletti. The Misses Mary Knriro. Margaret CoHlaiitino, Annette and Margaret Hlanca or Clinton spent Sunday rt-emoon with Rose Mary Mettloda. . The Misses Christina Airola and Kllnor Uuffattola spent Sunday vis-It lug frie nds In Clinton. Mr. tind Mrs. John Mnttloda and sun SI and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oacllu spent Saturday evening In Terre Haute visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Roms and daughter Jenny. James Varda of Chlrago spent LEGAL NOTICES FA1RVIEW, Dec. 4. Mrs. Doin riouse of Pitswood, 111., was a Thursday guest of her sister, Mrs. Nick Daney. Mrs. Henry Myers spent a few days with her brother, Dewey Cole of Indianapolis. Mrs. Louis Mulanowskl went to Dayton. Ohio, to spend a few days with her husband, who is In a serious condition at Veterans hospital. Mrs. Hubert Stokes spent Tuesday In Terre Haute. Karl Ingram Is still confined to his home with Illness. Mrs. Corbet Kemp spent Tues- KLONDYKE. Dec. 4 Joe Oia-coletli has returned to Indluna University after having spent Thanksgiving vacation with III" purents. Mr, and Mrs. Rock tilacoleill. Mr. and Mrs. John Multiuria and family had as llielr Thanksgiving day dinner giusts Mr. and Mrs. Kd Frannen and duughter Slimline and Barbara Ann of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osella and Hum .Muttinda of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mis John 'niberosa Jr. and daughter Catherine Ann of Paris. 111., spent Sunday with friends NOTICE OF AKMIMHTKATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judae of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County, "tale of Indiana, Administrator of the estate of Armlnta Brann. lute of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate Is supposed to be bo vent. HAROLD H WISEHART, Administrator. Nov. 24th, 1936. 1127; 124-11 EXTRA SAVINGS low Every Day Prices and Bis Week End Specials You Save 2 Ways . All rlaaairixd ads Inrludlng uinno-rlains and notice of all UUkU must b paid In advance riwpt tlnmt regular riuturarra whose arconnla are iald monthly or tlioee from or-ganluilluaa whose bills must be allowed be-fore being paid. In tJie .r oaae I he pMnon asking tlie lubllcaliun of tlie notice will be brid r.-.M,nllile for He payment. BIG WEEK-END SPECIALS Business Services I.b. Bag Jewel Hot-nated Lb. Bag 17c COFFEE 49c 25c Mrs. Andrew Barber, seamstress, has moved to Si5 Walnut street. 123 3 3 No. 2 Cans Juice Flavorite Save a Few Pennies Each Day Buy Qualify Foods at Every Day Low Prices at Your OAKLEY'S Store Bar Soap 4c GRAPEFRUIT FELS NAPTHA PINEAPPLE HAVE YOU A PAINTING PROB-lem? Bring It to us. Svpert work. Phone 173-J, L.owry & Simpson. FOR SALE No. 2 Can 17c Countrj Club BEER, Derby. . 4 for 25c Waldorf The Perfect Shortening 4 Ron. 17c 4 b" 25c Fat hens, dressed and delivered. J. F. Carlln, phone 9C16-2. t25 Health 51' 3-Lb. Tin Flour "' "J,"- 75t Lifebouy CRISCO Markets CHICAGO. Dec. 4 Livestock: HOGS. 19.U00; 10-15C lower; holdovers. 8.000; top. $10; bulk. 9.40(5 9.90; heavy. $9.40 10.00; medium. 19.50 10 00; light. J9.25 9.75; light lights, $8.759.60; packing sows. $8.50f9.40; pigs. $6. 00 8.75. CATTLE. 1,500; steady. Calves, 1.000; steady. Beef steers: good and choice. $10.00 12.50; common and medium. $7.00 10.00; yearlings, $8.50 fi 12.50 Butcher cattle: heifers, $500?11.50: cows. $4.25 7.00; bulls. $4.256.25; calves. $5.00 10.50; feeder steers. $4.508.00; Blocker steers. $4.50. 7.75; stocker cows, and heifers, $4.50 6.50. . SHEEP. 6,000; steady; medium and choice lambs, $8.50 (S 9.00; culls and common, $7.0O(u8.50: yearlings. $6.00ig)8.00; common and choice ewes, $2.50 0 4 60; feeder lambs. $5.00 ?i 8.00. CHICAGO. Dec. 4. Wheat prices reached new tops for the year or 21c CunCry Club. 24-Lb. Bull 85c LOW EVERY DAY PRICES Itll'VII TIN KNOX GELATIN, fruit flavored. . 3 pkg. JOc Tractor, plows, cultivators, gas engines, trucks, trailers and repairs. D. K. Murray. t28 Timothy, clover and alfalfa hay. Oat straw. 1S West Edgar St., I'aris, III., or 1712 South Main, Paris. t2i intry Lb. 25c Lb. 5c 4 pkg.. 19c Coffee c Brown Sugar Jeilo c 8 20-oz. Loaf Hollieanna, sliced Watch for valuable coupon wrapped in each loaf BREAD Scott Tissue 3 - 23c Scott Towel u 10c Catsup 3 Ib";t. 25c Lye J 3 c... 25c Puree Avonj.i. c.n 5c WKOCEiJ Country Club Albert 124 Player piano; oil stove. Liuvis, Cromptou Hill. Lb. 1C. 21 few Qu:uili!i''N LfiMitei Nothing Hold lo dealers. Jriees Mibject to market Peanut Butter Peaches Evporta Raisins Soup T" Bo' 3 HpriCOIS Whol. P!led C.n i3 Lb. 13c Tall )C, C.n. Guaranteed mine mules, 46 to 58 inches. William's, south of Iteming Park on Fruitridge Ave., Terre Haute. vii Good furnace, elevator, used lumber and brick. Ninth street at railroad crossing. 25 35c u:L Country I"" Club ,, longer today under continued broad COFFEE OAKLEY SPECIAL It'. New Try It KROGER SLICETTE Wire Cake Slicer with Our Famous Fresh From the Roaster buying. First prices were to lc up. Corn also was in better demand and ruled V to c up. Oats were c higher. WHEAT: Dec. 126-126; May. SESSION ELECTRIC CLOCK For Only $1.49 by Our Special Merchandising Plan. Otber Model. $1.8S and or You May Get a $5 Coaiter Wa(OD for 2-8 Get Uetaila ' Pound For Sale Coal 17c 39c Cream Deyila Food Cake Bag 12214-; July. 108-109. Jackson Hill six-inch lump, 83.40. Kay Baird, phone 588-M. 18tf CORN: (new) Dec. 1084; May. (old) 102-103:' July, &-; Lb. Peck Michigan Round Whites 15 POTATOES May. 101; July. 9TVt-. OATS: Dec. 4 6 - : May. 46 ; July, 43-43. 35c 15c . 5c for good coal phone 797-W. 60tf POl RTH VMS COAli, UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO. 4, ANI BLACK BKTTV NO. 6. HARLEY HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. 4tf FLOUR. KITCHEN QUEEN AU Purpose Flour Each Large Snow White Heads CAULIFLOWER COURT NEWS Apples 4 i-b.. 25c Sweet Potatoes Washincton Wine.api Southern Yam. 68c 24'sT' WANTED do,. 19c Carrots Zl 5c Oranges River bottom land. Will purchase tracts of 80 acres or more. Give particulars and price. Write Box CI, Alvin 111. t26 Florida Pineapple bweet juicy rancy vaiueruw Grapefruit Doz- 35c Celery 5c Xcui Seedtteu WU B leach td Miebiga Lettuce 2 H"d' 15e Vanilla Wafers, oven fresh 3 lbs. 29c Hershey Cocoa Lb. tin 11c Corn, eolden field corn 3 cans 25c Peas VrJ'TJ,ry 4 No. 2 cans 25c Oleo, Brednut 2 lbs. 27c Crackers, big value 2-lb. box 14c Corn Flakes, Hollieanna 3 large pkgs. 28c Soap, Dixie yellow laundry . . 10 giant bars 28c Matches, Satin Tip 6 boxes 17c FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Grapefruit, Texas seed 'ess 3 for 10c Celery, Michigan 3 etalks 10c. Tomatoes, hot house lb. 15c Celery Cabbage 2 for 15c . Radishes bunch 4c Mangoes 3 for 10c Carrots i bunch 5c Stick Candy, choice of flavors . . . 2-lb. pkg. 19c Hard Mixed Candy 2 lbs. 23c Fancy Filled Candy 2 lbs. 27c Candied Orange or Lemon Peel pkg. 9c Candied Citron, sliced or dried pkg. 9c Assorted Fruits, candied ' - pkg. 15c Currants, recleaned pkg. 9c Pecans, large paper shell . .' lb. 22c English Walnuts, new crop Ib. 21c Mixed Nuts, fancy lb. 22 J c PUMPKIN Dry Pack, Golden Pumpkin 4 N 29c NEWPORT, !. 4 Lillie Halter has filed suit iu Vermillion circuit court asking a divorce from Charles Halter, alleging cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple have the following children: Lethe, 25. Clarence, 24, Harry, 19, Charles 18 and Genevieve aged 11. The plaintiff asks for the custody of the minor children. The couple was married July 10, 1909 and separated November 30. 1936. STEAKS BABY BEEF SPECIALS ROASTS PAID NOTICES NOTICE! W All members of the Eastern "V star' - E- s" 264, are to meet at the Presbyterian Church Saturday at 1:45 p. m. to attend the funeral of Mrs. Flnley Carmichael. t24 3 - - -- Tender Beef tb 12Jc Swiss . . tb 15c Round tb 20c Sirloin tb 15c T-Bone tb 22c Pot Roasts tb 12c Rump tb 15c Chuck ft 12Jc Stand. Rib tb 13Jc Rolled Rib tb 17Jc PANCAKE FLOUR KIRK'S QUALITY INN 3 18c Furn L. Bennett has been appointed administrator of the estate of Rebecca R Sanders, late of Highland township, deceased. Bond has been approved in the sum of $1,000. NOTICE! Members of L. V. 2312 will vote 9 a. ni. to 1 p. m. and from 5 p. m. to 6 p. m. at Davey's Hall, Dec. 8. 1936. Claude Abernathy, Financial Secretary. 126 Get your ticket for Junior Class Play, December 14. v2a BEEF-VEAL-LAMB, stew or boil, lb. 10c rv CHOICE VEAL PEANUT BUTTER No. I Fancy Quality 2 22c FRIST I FUnRAL YEARLING LAMB Leg o' Lamb I f5" Steaks ,, ILV Chops ID. 1 lb. 15' Steaks Roasts Chops I Home QUALITY INSPECTED MEATS r ci j it Half or Whole 11 rresh Skinned Hams m to ia-n.. avr. ..id. NOTICE! Members L. I'. 1481 V. M. W. of A. Hall will be open from 2 p. m. until 6:80 p. m. Tuesday. Dec. , for election of International and dlc-trict ofrloers. Glen Bridgeman, financial secretary. NOTICE! Bickett No. 2. Local 3584 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 ttend. t24 18Jc BACON jowtfut. Ib. 16kc GREEN BEANS Cut Stringiest 4 "J 33c FRESH SUGAR CURED DAY Picnics lb. 15c I Picnics Ib. I9!c Pure Pork Sausage lb. 13ic Fresh Oysters, solid pack . qt. 40c Small Lean Pork Chops. . . lb. 231c Beef Roast. lb. 15c-12k Loin Pork Roast from 10 to 12-lb loins, lb. Sc Fresh Meaty Spare Ribs, small . .lb. 15c Fresh Ground Beef, no cereal added . . lb. 1 1 c Cheese, full cream lb. 19lc Fresh Link Breakfast Sausage. . . . . . lb. 171c Choice Sirloin Steak lb. 15c OR niGHT Oysters, fresh solid pack . qt. 49c, pint 25c PEACHES Superior Yellow Cling Sliced or Halves ... NOTICE! To all members of Local Union ,o. 4589. The following voting place for election of district officers, Dec. 8. Universal 10 a. m., Blun ford 11-1, Centenary 3 p. m.. Clinton 4-7 p to.. Terre Haute 8-9 p. m. t" Hie only girt that only you ran . Itlve, your photograph. Mak" the apiKiiniiiH-nt today. a-lim-r Kludlo. t!4 33c 2 No. 2 Cans mm t i FOIl RENT By Brandon Walsh A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND Modern furnished apartment, close in. 415 S. Third street. J!4tf ill I (."5 1 Stop SIABwG-lT'S VSJy lk-J 0Sn' DON'T VENliOl ) ('"i I fVj. BR4VE WEKOiC V?-tAvws TO vRCH AND FiSHT ) A J l ."Tt! A . . . tt fli I J m i-BjTZ auix. ou toe &zse I Mvittvw-Oi2 - sJX I A TWxiSnNO WiH w Some wreisn Nuanar- S M t "fr f HALT A I LYJi I SOLWKS WESH KWWE t uiL SCARE THE PAINT ) r M-W ANOWHTHEBWT1lSc,SceCHro-UlfWTfO, 4 uewly-decorated modern rooms Huat furnished, if desired. Reference required. 1058 N. 8th St. t'6 Modern room, 315 Mulberry. t25 Two furnished light housekeeping rooms. 900 8. Main St. t24 LOST A brown and white dog. Springer spaniel. Answers to name of Danny. See Van Boiarth. 136 S. 4th St. Dog is tagged.Reward.t24 FOR LEASE Easy terms. t26 Small ..'oal mine. Adam Mair Sr.

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