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Wednesday, December 9, 1936
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Page 2 The Daily Clinlonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, December 9, 1936 Work Coal Mine Below River BALDWIN STATES HOUSE MAY GET "Happy Holidays Folks"! LIFE OF CAYUGA YOUTH IS SAVED WORD THURSDAY ...... in..,.. ' nredge under bridge C&EIS,ysltWithVy (Continued from Page 1) Low Round -Trip Rtttt to CHICAGO ntinclatlon of King Kdward hy Mrs, Simpson, or that she mlKht nurce to abandon the proceeditiKS of her divorce from Kniist Simpson, were two of the reports that hnzzeil nround (ioilihnd'a trip. daughter of Danville were guests Sunday of Mrs. Elizabeth Alice. MIns Haxfurrt Kntcrliiiiw Miss Daisy Hasford entertained the Bethany (ilrls at her home Monday night. A covered dish nupper wbb served ut (::t0 p. m. This was in the lorui of a ChrlHtmas exchange and tin capsule sisters of the past year were revealed. Mrs, l,ou Tyler will In hostess to the Io.val Women's clasB of the Christian church al her home Wednesday night. There will he a ten cent gift exchange, X pot luck nupper will he served at 7 o'clock. Marriage Anmmiiecri MIhs Kuhy (iardcu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John tJarileu, was tiuir-rtinl Thanksgiving Day to .lack Sh--, hert of Chicago. The wedding look ft''ii.!1 Other Holiday Bargain Fare Everywhere lMt cents niilr.round trip, tu points South, Soalb-east, West, and Southwest. Travel the safe way, in comfortable railway coaches, with every convenience and plenty of ruoni. 0. fi r?. TWO IN CITY COURT James Harvey's Strength Return! After Transfusions; Shot Thanksgiving Day .. CAYl.'dA, Dec. H- -Afti'i- Binciul days of DkIUIiik for Inn life, .lumen llnrvfy. 14, iuh apparently won. lu lias l-rt St. Klir.uliPlli hoiltul in Hunvlllf sue! ri'liirniri In liin liuim-here. Yoiiiik llurvi-v wn ui-riili-iit-ully linl TliuiikHKlvhiK l:iy ly n riinloillnn, t,ln hiilli'l li-nrlm; lt way DiidiikIi Ilif liver nml i'iiiiiIiik In rest In o l'fl Bide innn lo. Ilia lire Iiiiiik III a balance fur several days and after two lilonil trailHf union wore given a turn for Round Trip In Coaches & j Ralph lloalman niiil Kred Alklre, both of Hhepiirilsville. were an-esleil on South Main street yesterday on churites of drunkenness. They will he lili-il liefnre Mayor ('. M. Zluk In clly courl today. SZ Tickets on sale December 1 to January 1. 30-day limit from date of sale. Cift Suggestion Send your folks a round-trip ticket at these low holiday rates. For lickrti. tic, ih CS- EI TU ket Agent or Phon No. 4. CHICAGO AND EASTERN ILLINOIS RAILWAY place in Chicago uud Father Thomas .1. Kelley perfnrmiil the ceremony. Tile couple were allended hy the hvlde's sister. Miss Lena !arden of Cayuga, and Henry Slehert. in-other of the groom. An Early-Day Physician Dr. Marcus Whitman, the first physician to practice west of the Rockies, arrived in Pacific North-vest September 1. lC3(i. the heller ain and lie was clis-miHseil from llin hiwpltnl Saturday afternoon. When the shooting first oreurrert James aald It wan done hy himself, not chousing to bliune any of his three companions. Hut al'ler reaching the hospital older persona told him It would have heen impossible ANNOUNCEMENT: Markets HOGS. 36,000; 10c lower; holdovers. 2,000; top. $10; bulk. $9.50 fi 11.90; heavy, $9.r0T 10.00; medium, $9. CO 10.00; liKht. $9.40 9.!!i; light liKhlB. $8.7r.(ff 9.40; mii-king bowb, $8.50 5f 9.30; pigs. $ 00Mi.7B. : CATTI.K. 14,000; 25c lower. Calves, 1,500; steady. Beef steers: good and choice. $10.00 12. R0; 10.00; yearlings. $8.f0 fp 12.50. "ommon and medium. $7,001?!' Hutcher cattle: heifers. $5.00 (S VI 50;., cows, $4.6-5017. 00: b.ulls. fur1 him to have done it. Only then did Jamea tell who had accidentally Bitot him. He 1b now on the road to recovery and In a short time abould he able to join bis school mates and resume his studies. Harvey is the son of Mm. nianclie Harvey and has lived In Cayuga all of his life. The Firm of PERERO & JACKSON Has Been Dissolved. i,e - j . i A - .J3.': ( oal coming utf '0 IMii'T'l i) i In the Future the Business Will Be Known at the 4.25 iff 0.25; calves. $5.00I 1 1.00 ; feeder steers. $4.50 08.00; stocker Deposits of granulated coal, cursed by Pennsylvanians for blackening the Schuylkill river, have provided a good living for John Etwr-sole and his eight employes Operating a dredging industry started by his father in the "Gay Nineties", Ebersole and his men reclaim about 20,000 tons annually from the river. The deposits they tap were washed down stream from the large upstate colleries. Almost as fine assand, the river coal is used in blow-type furnaces. steers, $4.50 7.75; stocker cows JACKSON MOTOR CO. and heifers. $4.50 ff 0.50. , SHEEP, J2,U0; steady; medium and choice lambs, $8.509.00; culls and common. $6.E08.O0: yearlings, $6.00 8.00; common and choice ewes. $2.504.50; feeder lambs, $5.O08.O0. & :5V- POLICE PLAN TO GIVE MURDERESS SANITY HEARING Sea Monster Reported in Norris Lake; Witness Says Animal Might Be Catfish; Professor Doubts It (Continued from Page 1) CHICAGO, Dec. 9. With lighter and demand fairly grains were on the upgrade at Ou?bU of Mr. and Mrs. William Baker over the weekend wre Clarence Bracken of Lima, O., Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Jordan of Went Lebanon and Auburn Baker of Rantoul. Ktar i:iM-ion The Eastern Star lodjce members hare elected the following officers to Berve the coming year; Worthy mrijon, Mary Fultz; worthy patron. Lane Clark; associate mutron, Margaret Albright; associate patron. William Newsome; secretary, Lena Hitter; treasurer, Emma Coffin; conductress, Florence DeVerter: Associate conductress, Daisy Beardsley. MisB Gwendolyn 'Axton of Long Island City, N. Y., who has been here visiting her faiSier, Ceore Axton, has returned to her home. (Continued Trom r-ige 1) It Will Retain the Dodge & Plymouth Agencies and continue the same policies of courteous and fair treatment. LAURENCE JACKSON, Prop. Vein Axtell Will Be in Charge of Parts and Service skeptical. the opening today. Wheat was to c higher, corn to c up and oats VI to 14 c up. , WHEAT: Dec, 12C-r4; May, ; July. 1084-. CORN: (new) Dec., 109-109; May, 103-104; July, 99; (old) May. 101-7A; July, 97. OATS: Dec.; 48; May, 48-48; .Inly, 44 Vs. "It would have heen impossible for a catfish 18 feet long to haye lived In the shallow Clinch river.'' be said. "Besides, the largest catfish known weighed only 200 pounds and was not over seven feet long." QUEZON MOVES ' TO GIVE AID TO FLOOD VICTIMS A Gentle Hint Don't expect a stranger to saw your wood while you sit in the shade. . tlement work after sludying abnormal psychology during her college days with Miss Giltner, was held in the county jail at Mason for arraignment oday, A special matron was assigned to her cell. She had tried to kill herself after riddling Miss (Mltner's body with bullets late yesterday in tiie breakfast nook of the latter's home, she told police. The victim, daughter of Dr. Ward S. Giltner, nationally known dean of veterinary medicine at the stale College, was to have been married to Captain David S. Jiabcock, (T. S. army attach? at the school, Saturday afternoon. The girls were addressing invitations. to the wedding when the bizarre slaying occurred. Police said Miss Morgan showed no signs of remorse and once in a calm voice expressed a desire to shoot one of her questioners. (Continued from Page 1) The Bridge of Sighs The Bridge of Sighs built about 1600, spans Rio della Pagli2 in Venice and leads to the prisons. Max Harper and friend, "Dunk" Fmith of the C. C. C. camp near "Waveland spent the week-end with Mr, and Mrs. John Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Dale JohtiRon of Champaign visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wllhite and family over the weekend. '!Mrs. Auburn Baker, who was op-prated for appendicitis recently at the Danville Lake View hospital, was brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Baker Friday. Home Rnms The home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam TIaun, who reside In the Horseshoe cession of flood waters in Cagayan and Isabela provinces where many towns were Btill beneath the vast in land sea created by an historic series of cloudbursts. Kpiilenilcs Break Out "Sterns like all my customers ore buying Terra plane: Virtually all food supplies in some 50 Barrio towns were reported de Rules in Life, Rules may help in life, but the solution is a living imperfectly contained in any rules. "Ribbon Building" in England "Ribbon building" was banned in England by a law passed in 1285. This compelled landowners to clear all land within 200 feet of the road. The object was to deprive robbers of any cover. stroyed and epidemics already were The Mina Bird The mina bird comes from Southern India and is a relative of the starling. His glossy black coat reflects purplish and green lights, and his head is marked with orange, lie is cs mischievous and amusing as the magpie, and twice as articulate. breaking out in the wake of the biggest flood since 190G. With all the resources of the commonwealth directed at relieving the distress. President Quezon was expected to cut short his holiday trip to Chins, and return on the first available boat. He left here Monday, unaware of the disaster, which occurred last Friday and was nn! then believed or major Importance because all communication with the stricken provinces was destroyed. Improving an Nature Practically all people try to improve on nature by arranging their hair. Tibetan women hold their coiffures in place with yak's butter, tome African women do the same with lard. neighborhood west of town, burned to the ground Saturday. MrR. Haun had poured kerosene on the fire, and this caused an explosion. They immediately opened the doors and the wind rushed through the bouse. Mr. and Mrs, Roscoe Hoark w-re Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Carter a-nri daughters. Mrs. Willai'd Newman and Mils Marie Newman spent Monday in Danville. Monroe Hosford or LaTayelte visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hosford over the wek-t?ud. Ernest Newell and family have moved into tuo Saunders properly recently vacated by Alfred Conard. . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Allee and Learning, Experience Experience without learning is better than learning without ' J'r-r t - SJ The Himalayan Bear Family The Himalayan bear family inhabits Eastern Iran, parts of Afghanistan and Northern India, Burma and Southern China. He lives mostly in forests and is somewhat smaller and of a lighter color than othe- Old World bears. --.w.,.. '. fTt(-nMltf Feeling for Others A quick perception of the feelings of others, and a gracious tenderness for such feelinc?, even if mistaken, are gifs to be coveted an.1 Russian Post in California In 1812 the Russians founded post on Bodega bay in California which they held until 1841. They traded and hunted for furs from this n- produced fiom motuJ phologrtpt Super TmrtspMam Brougham, Mat at Acteqr THE ROOT STORE 319 South Main Street is No. 1 in Power, increased to 96 and 101 smooth horsepower . . . greatest of the four by at least 11 horsepower. With proved performance, certified by Contest Board, American Automobile Association. No. 1 in Endurance and Economy. Eight official AAA. Contest Board endurance records smashed by a 1937 Terraplane! 1,000 miles at 86.54 miles an hour in the most punishing "torture test" a stock car ever endured. And top economy proved in official tests made at everyday driving speeds. No. 1 in Safety. Body all of steel, with roof of solid steel . . . pioneered by Terra-plane. Duo-Automatic Hydraulic Brakes . . . rwo separate braking systems from ths same pedal. Safety proved in official tests, stopping in half the legal distance. "Sua ..HUDSON That's why so man? thousands are changing to TcnnnPLJiriE Just read TerrapUne'a "No. I' features below ... a list unmatched by any other low priced car. HbuH bad many more when you visit your Hudson and Terraplane dealer. . ' No. 1 In Driving Ease, with new Selective Automatic Shift, an optional extra. You need no hand gear lever . . . need push no clutch pedal. The car almost drives itself) Front floor all clear of gear or brake levers. No. 1 In Size, with wheelbase increased to 117 inches . . . longest by nearly 5 inches of all four low priced leaders. No. 1 in Roominess and Luxury. 55 full inches of front seat comfort for three ... at least 3 Vi inches more than any of the others. And interior richness always thought "too fine" for a low priced car. Act Quickly to Share This Value for Homes! G. E. RADIOS 4 3 ft s ft-I ft Oriifinally $84.50 . . . Lucky Purchase $U.50 3. 3k "A .1 i tn wttk Hiilli'l t I t. 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