The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 11, 1937 · Page 6
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January 11, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Tfie Dally Clintonfan, Clinton, Indiana Monday, January If, 1937 PAGE SIX over an area 12 miles wide and 16 miles deep. CLASSIFIED ADS GRIEF-STRICKEN PARENTS AGAIN TO MAKE PLEA NEW GOVERNOR TAKES REINS IN INDIANA TODAY have boen atidreasing the kidnaper as directed In bis ransom note. Their "Mable-Ann" ads unparalleled in American crime annals, have reflected the changing tempo of the case hope, frustration, disappointment and finally deep fear. BAND SCHEDULES THREE PROGRAMS FOR RENT Rates for Classified Ads (Continued Trom Fg 1) (Continued from Page 1) and Paid Notices LlKht housekeeping rooms. 650 So Fourth street. tea First day of Insertion: 8c for each s uniting, In announcing today's assault, the government declared the loyalist troopii -supported by the air force, had hfld their strongly fortified positions and that the Insurgents had been repulsed with heavy losses. Count er-Claims -Government officials declared loyaliHt troops had repulsed a rebel brhuuH on the Guadalajura sector, but Insurgent officials at Avlla broadcast announcements they were "completely Hutisfied" with progress of the pant week's campaign. They hailed it as a "decisive buc-chhh and claimed to have advanced reading line (one column line, like one of these). WANTED REBELS RENEW ATTACKS UPON MADRID TODAY Next two days Insertion: the same (c charge (you get three days at crowd, but lie dwelt at connideruble length on conservation activities, predlcled changes in soclar security and old age ieiilon laws in conformity with experience, pleaded for slum clearance und heller housing, betterment of farm conditions, Improvement of schools and the uliol-Ixliment of child labor. Three more programs have been scheduled by the WPA band, which la supervised by Paul Fidlar. On Thursday, Jan. 21, the band is to play at the courthouse in Newport, when community night will he held. During the first week of February they are to play In Terre Haute, and plans are being made to present a program In Indianapolis fn the near future. among law enforcement agents working on the case that the fate of Charles is hidden under the deep snows which blanket the mountains of Washington, or the Ice crust of fur flung Puget Hound. Ada to He Faed The Mutlsona. It waa believed, would rely for their final plea on tlit personal column of a Seattle afternoon newspaper In which they WuhIiIiiks and ironliiKS. 716 llig gins street. t6(l' double the coBt of the first day). Next three days insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the (Continued from Pi te 1) coHt of one Insertion). Each group of three days there-afii-r, 8c a line. thou ulit the liiHiirKMitB would have to await further re-lnforcomonlR from Italy and (Jermany before re- Hlk Fare (like this), 10c per TODAYS line. PERMANENT PWA WOULD INCREASE PLANNEDBUDGET (Continued from Page 1) . All classified ads Including meino- (Continued from Page 6) rlanis and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or ttume from organization whose bills must be al He Wanted the Clintonian to Sponsor a Trade-At-Home Campaign said Belter, "PWA has on application projects whirh would require $367,000,000 to complete, but It has a balance of upwards of $200,000,- I've explained before why the tennis officials don't like Grant. As 1 get it, they don't think lie wears his flannels properly, or lowed before ueina; uaiu. in uio laurr carte the person askuig the publication of the notice will be held. BUT: combs his bair in a becoming man responsioie ior lis imjhicm. ner. In short, if some one would hand Robert Taylor a racquet, and teach him how to hit a ball within 45 degrees of the right direction, he would be chosen over the diminutive Atlantan. Business Services KKAU THESE ADS EVERY DAY lor lale buying and selling information. 000. "The program also would bring some agencies of the government now having a hand in construction work under the PWA. I nnderBtand there is a tendency at the white house to do this." Meantime, a fight was opened for both greater WPA funds and for continuation of the RA. The lntter agency, which has received $375,-0S0.000, in allotments, mushroomed DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO lind you and your particular type of service? Tell them! A want-ad costs very little. Markets OUDS-AND-ENDS MERCHANDISE The Letter Head Was Printed In PARIS ! ! from presidential action. will quickly find sale, through INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 11. Livestock: HOCS, 8.000; holdovers, 447; 260 lbs. down, steady; weights this department. Tell the public what you have. above 250 lbs., unevenly 5-25c high- WPA TO HAVE PUBLIC DANCE WHEN YOUR BATTERY FAILS er. 160-180 lbs., $10.65; 180-200 to stay "up," the generator probably needs adjusting. See us. J. U Hornev-Roberts Battery -Co., 226- IbB., $10.70; 200-225 lbs., $10.75; 226-235 IbB.. $10.80; 235-250 lbs., $10.70; 250-260 lbs., $10.60; '260-275 lbs., $10.50; 275-285 lbs., $10.40; 285-300 lbs., $10.30; 300- 228 Mulberry street. Phone 56. t54 325 lbs., $10.20; 325-350 lbs., FOR SALE $10.10; 350-400 11)3., $10; 150-160 lbs., $10.25; 140-15 lbs., $10: 130-140 lbs.. $9.75; 12-130 lbs., $9.50; 110-120 lbs., $9.25; sows strong to Lunch room. Good location. Priced right for quick sale. 227 Mul berry street. t56 A public dance will be sponsored by the WPA recreation department on Thursday night. Jan. 14, at the Moose hall on Blackman street. The purpose of the dance Is to build social activities for both the old and young. . The WPA dance band will furnish the music, and the dancing will be from 8:30 p. m. until 12 p. m. A small admission charge will be made to defray the heating and lighting expenses. 16c higher, mostly $9.25 9.50, top CCC BOYS MUST REPORT Baled timothy bay, $16 at barn. Hay Heber, phone K26-Z. tCC 40 acres, well-improved, 4 miles east of Clinton. Immediate possession. Also 6 acres, well Improved, 21 miles northwest of Rosedale. F. M. Brown, 759 Elm street. t48tf J600.00 Grand Piano, only $172.60. Beautiful apartment grand piano (like new) can be had for balance due of $172.60. Terms only $8.00 per month. Reference required in first letter. For particulars write Credit Manager, 812 Main Street, Anderson, Indiana. t56 $9.90. CATTLE, 1,700; calves. 600; steers, yearlings fully Bteady; steer top. $11; most steer sales. $7.75 10.25; heifers about steady; most sales. $6.008.25; cows and bulls steady; hsef cows, $4.75 5.50; cutter grades. $3.254.50; weighty sausage bulls upward to $6.25: vealers steady; bulk good and choice. $13.00013.60. SHEEP, 2,000: very little done early; few sales of natives early at $10.50 down; steady with Friday; nothing done early on fed western lambs; slaughter ewes, $3.50 4.60, top $5. m All boys who have signed for work in the CCC camps must report to the Terre Haute national guard armory at 301 North Ninth street, Terre Haute, at 8 a. m., Tuesday morning, Jan. 12. himself keep his business, by advertising. He is too much inclined to pine for the "good old days" and let enterprising competitors run off with the good things the present offers. There was only one thing wrong with the letter. IT WAS WRITTEN UPON STATIONERY PRINTED IN A NON-UNION PLANT AT PARIS, ILL. He had never even asked for a price at his home printers, but took his printing out of the state and then used a piece of the paper to appeal to the home printer to help him keep his own business, that seemed to be going to Terre Haute. Is there something wrong with the picture? It seems to us that there is! "What Clinton needs more than any other one thing, is a concerted move to induce people to trade at home, wrote a local business man the other day. "Folks don't real-lize that they could nearly always buy things just as cheaply here as elsewhere Instead, they just run off to Terre Haute or some similar place and do their shopping. "If you want to do Clinton a real service, why don't you carry bn such a campaign at your own expense. You get your own business from Clinton; you ought to help us keep it here." There was sound sense in that letter, although the man who wrote it seldom helps CHICAGO. Jan. 11. Wheat futures opened to c down today on selling Induced by weaker cables. HEAD THE ADS Truck Mine near Clinton. Good , location. Equipped to go scales hoist cars spike team. Equipment for sale cheap. Thirty acres coal, long lease. Make yourself a ten to 15 year job. Write T, Box 442, Corn was Mc higher to c lower and oats unchanged to c off. Liverpool wheat "due" 1 to 1 Clinton. t69 PAID NOTICES Chest Colds Rub on Mustcrole. Used by millions for 25 years. NOT just a salve, but a "counter-irritant." All druggists. Three strengths. by millions for 25 years. NOT just a salve, but a "counter-irritant." All druggists. Three strengths. pence higher, started Vi to d up. and at noon was unchanged to & higher. Winnipeg wheat was e lower at the start. Opening prices here:' WHEAT: May, 133 94-134; July, 11614-; Sept., 11316-14. CORN: (new) May, 109-; NOTICK! sj To all members of Local Union 4699, U. M. W. of A., there will be ', ', ; ; ; July, 105-; Sept., 101-; (old) May, 10714; July, 102. OATS: May. 63-14; July, 46-47; Sept., 44. an election Jan. 12, 1937, for District President and Secretary-Treasurer. The following voting places: Universal, 11 a. m.; Blauford, 1 p. m.; Joe Davey's hall at Clinton, 4:30 to 7 p. m.; Terre Haute, 8 to S p. m. Frank Rohner, secy. t54 -y Watch for This TWO FINED, SENTENCED George Davis and J. K, Hitt were each fined $10 and costs and sentenced to 30 days in the county Jul! on charges of intoxication, when tried In city court by Mayor C. M Zlnk Saturday. They were arrested Friday. NOTIOK! In the District Re-election to he held January 12, both shifts of Local 5618 will vote at the mine. Members not working and exonerated members will vote at Meyer's Hull from 7:30 to 8:30 p. in. R. G. Pavey, record-secretary. t54 Label Union '"fQSr 3W I "the pCTURES :: 10c Monday-Tuesday 25c THIS is the ONLY Union Printing Establishment It Will Cost-No More to Have Your Printing Bear the UNION LABEL NOTICE, MOOSE! Pay your dues before January 15 and stay beneficiary. J. C. Hays-lett. sell NOTICE, KAtil.KS! Pay your dues before January 16 and stay beneficiary. J. C. Hays-lett. sen Circulars Statements Cards Stationery Weight Tickets Handbills, Etc. It is your guarantee that the printing waa done at home, in a union establishment, doing its share to build your home county. JpALAC3 in Final Tonite Vermillion & Parke Counties mjlOptnctoji NOTICE Tuesday and Wednesday will be the last nights for Butterkruat shows due to a ruling by the Indiana Theater Owners Association. t54 i For Sale Coal FOURTH VEIN OOAli, UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO. 4, AND BLACK BETTY NO. 8. HAItLEY HUFF MAN, PHONE 10. 4lf FIFTH AND HIXTH VEIN COAL. CALL ME FOR. I'lllCRS. IK. MVKKKD. ANDY JOHNSON, TEL EPHONE 015-12. 105 THE CLINTONIAN DOES NOT ASIC FOR 'HOT HOUSE' TREATMENT! It does not believe any local business enterprise is justified in demanding that local people pay a premium for the privilege of patronizing home business. It asks only that it be given the first chance that it be allowed to submit an estimate. Then, if its price is out of line if a lower price can be secured at a plant employing union labor, paying a similar living scale of wages and furnishing the same quality of paper and workmanship take your printing there. We will have had our chance and failed. We do not deserve to succeed, for no business can successfully buck the law of supply and demand. ' 'iftFuJi YES, MY FRIEND, THE WRITER OF THAT LETTER, WE AGREE WITH YOU: CLINTONIANS SHOULD PATRONIZE CLINTON BUSINESSES THAT DESERVE THEIR BUSINESS. WE WILL BE GLAD TO FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT LETTER HEADS. . ' w J Help Wanted Cole- Five experienced mechanics, man Auto Company. t56 COLUMBIA r Last Timet Tonight EXTRA 6 THE DAILY CLINTONIAN NEWS OF THE DAY Cartoon in Colors 10-25c x Your Home Newspaper Your Home Job Printers Your Home Institution - TUESDAY and WED. I js-y ot thi Cartoon in Color 'Two Lazy Crows' Movietone Newt 10c and 15c Comedy Newt Cartoon

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