The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 8, 1937 · Page 8
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, January 8, 1937
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Friday, January 8, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 8 New Year Gomts of Daintiest Fabrics CLASSIFIED ADS Hi Ho's Advice "I have given much excellent advice," said Hi Ho, the sage of Chinatown. "I have asked no thanks for it for (ear I might make an enemy by seeming to doubt a friend's superior wisdom." FOR RENT Rates for Classified Ads WANTED Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Prices Paid A. Dumcs ' Water Street and Paid Notices Vlpc Aav nf InaorHnn Rf. fflf A&Ch 848 So. t52 Furnished slopping room. Fourth street. reading line (one column line, like PAID NOTICES A National Event! . . . RYTEX DECKLE EIKJE VELLUM printed stationery . . . double the usual quantity . . . 100 sheels and 100 envelopes of this fine Deckle Edge paper . . . printed with your Monogram or Name and Address for $1.00 . . . January only! On sale at The Dally Cllntonlun office. adv. one of these). Next two days Insertion: the name Ic rharue (you got three days at double the coat of the first day). Neit three days Insertion: the samo 8c charne (you Ret a whole week, six days, at tnroe times the cost of one insertion). Bach Kioup of three days thereafter. 8c a line. Illa.'it Kare (lika this), 10c per line. NOTICE! Common Labor I'nlon No. WI4 I Niibmilllng the following rales of pay effective on nil future contracts. For common lalwtr, (Hie per hour; for hod carrlcrN and all senii-kllleft SIN' Iter hour. Jeorge MaH-sey, financial secretary. 15a ) f J W UHMt. WW FtUOW? ) ( -W AWMI TO VOU II THAT VOU J ESOLVE- I ( 8UVIN0 AT ArP TKK VtAtl RIOHT NOW TO rnwri. st NOTICE! To all members of Local Union 4699, U. M. W. of A., there will be an election Jan. 12. 1937, for District President and Secretary-Treasurer. The following voting places: Universal, 11 a. m.: Bla.nford, 1 p. m.: Joo Davey's hall at. Clinton. 4:30 to 7 p. m.; Terre Haute, 8 to 9 p. m. Frank Ilolmer, secy. t54 . i All clannifled ado- Including memo, rlaina mid notice of all kinds muBt be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts re paid monthly or those from organizations whose 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, SAVE MORI. IN ft) ILiL- s&tfsz: t: 1937 if BUYING ALL YOUR GROCERIES 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE CARD OF THANKS We desire lo express to our kind neighbors and thoughtful friends our heartfelt thanks for their many expressions of sympathy. The beautiful floral offerings were especially appreciated. We also wish to thank Rev. Wagner. Frist, the Half Century club, the singers and Poca Business Services MOTOR STARTING HARD? Starter may need new brushes. Drive In for Inspection. J. L. Homey-Roberts Battery Company, 226-228 Mulberry street, phone 66. tG2 fj fj . ! r nil M ti I! 1 -hs fi- Si . J 'i i5I'- 1 1 i :rr ddL-- Mild and Mellow 17 Pound Bag 49c) hontas. Mrs. Frank Rhoads and family, brother and sisters. t5i! COAL NEWS! AGAIN THIS season we are featuring that wonderful Black Betty No. 5 vein coal. "Can't he beat!'' Phone 10, Harley.Huff- mn ' t62 NOTICE! All card members of local 2274 IT. M. W. A., nrown Hill Mino tin i: CORN KiEAL CRACKERS .: White-' 1 ' National Biscuit Co. Exce'.l Raited Soda working on relief five (5) days por 25-Lb. Bag 2-Lb. Box Lge. Cans monip, must pay dues and assessment, or stand suspended. David Hunter, financial secretary. sch 69c 15c 25c 19c 19c 3 Vegetable ' ,. or Tomato ARB YOU SURE YOU HAVE sufficient insurance coverage on your property? Robb & Gllmour, 141 South Main St., phone 18. t52 FOR SALE NOTICE! Daily I will not be responsible for any if Cans 2 Pkgs. TALL BOY SOUP DOG FOOD PILLSBURY'S GREEN BEANS debts contracted by anyone. Eschol C. Brown. to 3 Pancake Flour lower right, sports a black net dotted in white chenille, with pleated frills of plain black net about the drop shoulder. Helen Wood, left, prefers a gold satin princess gown with full, puffed sleeves. Three charming gowns whleh should help any lady to start the year out right are shown above. The stunning creation wo:n by June Lang, upper right, Is of stiff black faille taffstr, Rochelle Hudson, Stringless 3 CaM 25C One good, black leatherette davenport, quarter oak frame. Cheap. 802 Walnut street. tS2 Canary birds, females 50c. 417 North Water street.' t53- More Speed "If I had a race hoss," sair1 Uncle Eben, "I'd call it 'Money," 'cause I culls and common. $6.00 9. 00 vearlines. $ 8.00 (S 9.25 ; common go don't know anything dat kin faster." and choice ewes, $3.00(5.60 feeder lambB, $5.008.00. Uncle Eben's Envy "I envy a fine education," said Uncle Eben, "even if it doesn't do much foh some people, 'cept to give 'em mo' things to fight about." Lunch room. Good location. Priced light for quick sale. 227 Mulberry street. t52 Baled timothy hay, $16 at barn. Hay Heber, phone 926-2. t56 Distrust and Deceit It is more shameful to be of our friends than to be deceived by them. Twi$ Ereai W tStS Crackeri . 19c Grapefruit New Pack c" 10o Salad Dressing i" 25 P-Nut Butter '; 2iirb- 25c Little Kerrel c 2 c.n.25o Bulk Rice ' Lb- 5c MustarJ ff; 10c lello-Wheat Pk- 19c Our wn Tea Ammonia aw & 10c Hominy 3 c. 23 FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ' CAULIFLOWER head 15c HEAD LETTUCE head 5c Winesap or Rome Beauty Apples 4 lbs. 25c GRAPEFRUIT, Texas each 3c ORANGES, large Califrnia dozen 29c Newton on His Discoveries When Isaac Newton, the famous English scientist, was asked how he had made so many profound discoveries, he answered: "Because I have loved -them and have constantly thought of them." CHICAGO, Jan. 8. Wheat lost part or its gains of yesterday at the opening here today on liquidation Induced by weakness abroad. Opening prices were to 7,ie off with July showing the greatest loss. WHEAT: May, 13294-133; July, 116'4-; Sept., 11314. CORN: (new) May, HO'-94: July, 106W-: Sept.. 105-',fc: (old) May, 107; July, 102. OATS: May, 53; July, 47; Sept., 44-. Markets CHICAGO, Jan. 8. Livestock: HOGS, 19.000: 10c higher; holdovers, 1,000; top, $10.70; bulk. $10.2510.60; heavy, $10..25(3) 10.70; medium, $10.25 10.70; light. $10.0010.60; light lights, $9..r0(S 10.00; packing sows, $9.50 10.00; pigs, $8.0010.00. CATTLE, 2,000; steady. Calves, 500; steady. Beef steers: good and choice. $ll.O013.75; common and medium, 7.00 1 1.00: yearlings, $9.00 13.85. Butcher cattle: heifers, $5.00312.00; cows, $4.50 (M7.50: hulls, $4.507.00; calves, $5.00012.50; feeder steers, $4.50 8.50; stocker steers, $4.608.00; Blocker cows and heifers, $4.50 6.75. SHEEP, 10,000; steady; medium and choice lambs $, 10.25 10.75; Three rooms ot furniture. Write Box s, 442, Clinton, Indiana. t52 40 acres, well-improved, 4 miles east of Clinton. Immediate possession. Also 6 acreB, well improved, 2 J miles northwest of Rosedale. P. M. Brown, 759 Elm street. t48tf Joy to the Pure If there is such a thing as joy in the world certainly the pure in heart possess it. Yule Quarrel Ends in Slaying Electric scales, store shelves and show case. Mrs. Wm. Emmart, Lyford. t52 For Sale Coal ' Fresh Water 200 Miles at Sea . The outflow of fresh water from the Amazon river into the ocean l more than 1,000,000 cubic feet in a second. FOI'RTH VEIN COAL, UNIVKRSAIi. MIAMI NO. 4, AND BLACK BETTY NO. 5. HARLEY HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. 64tf FIFTH AND SIXTH VEIN COAL. CALL ME FOR PRICKS. DELIVERED. ANDY JOHNSON, TELEPHONE 015-12. 85 WANTED TED i If- Jl t..... pt"(y X 1 T (j f is Jo I 1 WHiitt e a p if 545 Blackman tS2 Girl for housework, street. EVERY PURPOSE Salesmen Wanted FOR For: $30.00 PBR WEEK . . Job Open. TWO MEN needed with National Protective Service. Earn $30 up to $60 weekly full time work. Car needed, complete training given. Reliable men over 25 only. LIMITED. WRITE TODAY. H. B. Pig-man, Dept. P20, Capper's Farmer. Topeka, Kansas. Bch For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use Sell It With a Classlfl Ad Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery Phone 41 Before 11 o'clock! v4 Orin Warren. 15. of Munfordvllle. Ky.. wanted to buy his little brothers and sisters some Christmas presents. He had no money but he had a. chicken which he had raised. He sold the chicken for IS cents and thus was able to play Santa Claus to his poverty-stricken brothers and sisters. But when his father. Owen Warren. 38. found out what he had done, he threatened to beat the lad who picked up a shotgun and fatally wounded him. Such was the story told police by Orin Warren, right, shown in county jail where he face a murder charge. At the left, sharing a bag of peanuts with Orin, Is his brother Oris. We Have Installed a "Jiffy" Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! Mr. Business Man Inventory Time is "Printing Time!" CHECK THIS LIST For Your Printing Needs To be sure that a roll of the size you will require will be waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Daily Clintonian, Phone 41 or 117, and order paper from th Jiffy Re-winder in advance. Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c Save wear and tear on linen. Just use clean, white paper on the, tables at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. At this time, when you review the old and get set for the new, give a thought to your Printing Needs . . . Perhaps your supply of state--, ments, billheads, stationery, checks or order forms is running low . . . Whatever you need in the printing line for 1936, let Vermillion County's only union printing establishment serve you! Our Service Department will be more than happy to design and submit for your approval a new letterhead, blotter, office form or whatever you need that new type, and a new design, might improve. There's no obligation or no charge for this layout service. But don't wait until you need a "rush job"; check your printing needs NOW and start the New Year with a fresh supply of modern printed forms! K Order Blanks Shipping Tags Business Cards Filing Cards Circulars Bank Checks Tickets Handbills Circular Letters Office Forms Letterheads Envelopes Statements Billheads Blotters Shipping Labels Booklets Window Cards Post Cards Posters The Daily Oisitomae THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Only Union Printing Establishment in Vermillion and Parke Counties

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