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Friday, January IS, 1937 The Daily Clintoni&n, Clinton, Indiana the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joe THEATER BLAZE Boote. Markets ntMin ktti Ion 1 K Part Of VCS- Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Gallahus CLASSIFIED 4Bi and children of Danville, III., spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Maggis AT MONTEZUMA terday's losses were recovered In wheat futures at the opening here today when firmer cables Inspired good buying and lifted prices 14 to c. Corn was to c higher fnd oats Vc off to hie up. Warner. One Opinion FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH By Davit J. Walsh INDIANAPOLIS. Jan. 15. Livestock: HOGS. S.000; holdovers, 82; market generally 15c higher on 180 lbs. mi: underweights 10c higher; bulk NOTICE! All card members of local 2274, U. M. W. A., Crown Hill Mine No. 6, working on relief five (5) days per month, must pay dues and assessment or stand suspended. David Hunter, financial secretary. sch Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Llndsey, Mrs. Fred Llndsey and Mrs. J. A. Adams will spend the next two weeks vaca 160-180 lbs., $10.60 180-200 Ins., tioning in Florida. $10.65; 200-235 lbs., $10.70; Z3i 25(1 lbs., $10.60; 250-260 lbs. 10 50: 260-275 lbs.. $10.40; 275 Slif'rt't Damage Done by Fire at Hex; Two Reels of Film j Are Destroyed v . MONTEZUMA, Jan. 15. Two rs.els of film were destroyed In a fire at the Rex theater Sunday eve WHEAT: May. li-lf. Juiy. 116; Sept., 112-. CORN: (new) May, 11214-4. July. 107-'4; Sept.. 103H-1: (old) May. 109; July. 104. OATS: May. 5414-': J"', 47; Sept.. 45. Wood fold Gallahue has gone to Danville, 111., where he has employ 285 lbs.. $10.30: 285-300 lbs., NOTICE, KAGLE8! j Pay your dues before January 151 and stay beneficiary. J. C. Hays-j l.n sch ment, Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices FirEt day of Insertion: Sc for esb reading line (one column line, like one of (base). Next two days Insertion: the stme 8c chaw (you get three days at double (he cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the came 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter. 8c a Una. Illatk (Hkt this), 10c per line. , $10.20 300-325 lbs., $10.15; 325 ar,o lbs.. $10.06: 350-400 lbs. i95: 150-160 lbs.. $10.25; 140- 150 lbs., $10; 130-140 lbs., 9.75; 120-130 lbs.. $9.50; 110-120 lbs. ning. The blaze caused Utile damage. Mrs. Horace Griffith, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, was able to accompany her daugh $9.25; 100-110 lbs., $9; packing HOSPITAL NEWS David Asbury of Newport, who heen a mulent at the Vermil NOTICE! Dreamland I'lraaurr Club's party will be held Hiinilu), January 17, at 7 p. m. at Ijreamlaiwl Hall for all members and famiHca. to" David Smith of Colonia spent Monday night with Joseph and Robert McKeown. Miss Edna Brower spent Sunday with Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson. Max Jarvis, NelBon Rohr and Howard Berry, who are In the CCC camp at Waveland spent the weekend at home. sows steady to strong; bulk mostly lion county hospital for several ter, Mrs. Dwight Richards, to her !l 10 fi d. (if), top $9.75. CATTLE. 800; veals, 300; market generally steady on all classes: full load 1,682-lb. steers. $12; other sales mostly $6.60011.00: weeks, was dismissed today. home at Marshall, III., Sunday. Betty Lou Johns spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Spurgeon. Mr. and Mrs. Reec? Johns and son. Jerry, spent Sunday All classified ads liKliirtlng memo-rlaiiii and nxls of all kinds must be paid In advance exwpt thoae b) regular customers whose account are paid monthly or thoe from organizations whoae bills must M allowed bcf'ire Ix-liMf Pld. In the laller w the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible f'T Ha payment. Mrs. M. M. Doyle of Brazil, mother of Mrs. Frank Mlchell, who has been a patient at the local hospital since Sunday. Is Improving. few heifers upward to $8; beef cowb, $5.005.75; cutter grades, $3.76 ijji 4.75 ; top sausage bulls. $6.60; veals mostly 6flc lower; bulk of good and choice. $13.00 13.60. SHEEP, 2,500; supply mostly fed western lambs: market fully steady; at the Spurgeon home. Miss Marie Gaines ot Indianapolis spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gaines. A National Event! . . . RYTEX DECKLE EDGE VELLUM printed stationery . . double the usual quantity . . . 100 sheets 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 Clintonian office. adv. Lodge Conducts Services for New Officers of Year At the close of another year of the Royal Neighbors ot America, Installation services were held for the newly elected officers of Wabash Camp, 1517, and June Camp at a meeting last night at the hall on Elm street. Wabash Camp officers are as follows: oracle, Mrs. Katherlne Kels-helmer; past oracle, Nell Montgomery vice oracle. Mrs, Robert Gulnn; good and choice wet fleece offerings Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ingram and $10.50; sheep steady to strong, hulk of slaughter ewes, $4.00 Alonzo McBrlde underwent an appendectomy at the Vermillion county hospital yesterday. He is get ting along satisfactorily. son, Eugene, of Indianapolis spent NEW YORK. Jan. 15. After a series of forced marches In several dliectlnns. including a hospital. It Is noted that Ellsworth Vines and Fred Perry have arrived in l'ltls-buigh for tonight's exhibition of tennis in their Jack-end-Charley tour of the country. Where do I get that Jack-and-Charley business? I haven't got it. Ellsworth and Frederick have. Briefly and In a word, the tour p olmhly the last of the pro tennis Junkets of any pretenlions-U financed by a New York night club partnership, celebrated in one way or another as Jack and Charley's. One way, Incidentally, happens to be that time, not so long ago, when Jack (las( name Kriendler), became known as the grotesque "Mooey. Mooey" of revelations In connection with a divorce suit. This time, Jack and Charley are very much In the tennis promotion business. Perry, for one thing, got a $50,000 bonus for signing bis contract and they put the money up. For anolhiau, Francis T. Hunter, promoter of the tour, has his New York office In a part of the night club. For a third, the mink-coat set that occupied the best seats at the Madison Square Garden premiere, January 6, were as often us not monied habitues of the club. So, if it wasn't these gentlemen of the tap room and grill, Pittsburgh might be seeing no Vines-Perry match tonight, which might he all right with Pittsburgh, and 6.00, top $5.50. Business Services BEAD THESE ADS EVERY DAY for late buying and selling 'UifArirt Ion If. Livestock HOGS, receipts, 16,000: market ,.,.,, I.,. hnlrinvora 1 000:. tOD Mrs. Margaret Walraven was removed to her home on Walntu street from the Vermillion county hospital this morning. A Protective Food Yoa Can Eat or Drink! NATIONAL BUMPER CROP SALE GRAPEFRUIT DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO tind you and your particular type of service? Tell them! A want-ad costB very little. recorder, Mrs. Mary Tate; receiver. Mrs. Geller. chancellor, Effle Phil lips; marshal, Mrs. C C. Manshlp; ODDS-AND-ENUS MERCHANDISE assistant marshal, Mildred Guinn; Lsrf a Size, Each 5 nner sentinel, Anna Crosby; man Lyle Vernon Marshall ot Detroit, formerly of Clinton, Is slowly Improving at a hospital there following an emergency operation for appendicitis. I trm Harold Marshall, who has been with his brother for the past week, returned to bis home last night. ager, Miss Mary Marvel; musician, Texas Seediest Medium Siz will quickly una erne imuu this department. Tell the public what you have. BUY UNIVERSAL COAL! YOUR tlurnace will appreciate it, bo will your family. Phone 0. Barley Huffman. 168 Florence Batterlee; physician, Dr. I D. White: Faith, Mrs. Charles $10.50; bulk. $10. 00 10.40; heavy weight. $10. 00 10.60: medium weight. $10.0010.50; light weight $9.6010.40; light lights, $9.25 10.00; packing sows, $9.2510.00; pigs. $7.509.76. CATTLE. 10,000; market steady; calves. 500; market steady. Beef steers: good and choice. $11.00 14.25; common and medium, $7.00 A'11.00; yearlings. $9.00014.40. Butcher cattle: hellers. $6.00 12.00; cows, "$4.758.00; bulls, $4 6007.00; calveB, $5.00013.00; feeder steers, $5.0009.25; stocker steers. $5.0009.00; stocker cows and heifers, $4 76 0 7.25. SHEEP, 7.000; market steady; medium and choice lambs, $10.00 010.50; culls and common, $8.00 010.00: yearlings, $8.0009.60: common and choice ewes. $3.50 0 Doughty; modesty. Miss Earllne C Ewing: Unselfshness, Zolin Mc Doe. 35 la eo-oprmtioa with tk Amcrteaa Fralt Orowtr. and In th IdUtmU of our euttomtrs, w art afferiar a tremendous amouat f flue Grapefralt at low priea. Help rourself to Health I Help the Country! Firm, Yellow, Rip Laughlin; Endurance, Mrs. William Sizemore: Courage, Mrs. Birdella WE TAKE A PERSONAL INTEREST in the Insurance problems of every one ot our policy holders. Kobb fc Cllmour, 141 South Main street, phone 18. t58 Brown and flag bearer, Mrs. Edna JanwB Varda of Klondyko left today for Springfield. III., to enter a hospital there. He was accompanied by Oatber Daniels of Elro street. rl Wl Anstead, For June Camp the officers are at there even might have been no 5c 15c BANANAS LETTUCE Lb For follows: oracle. Mrs, Lena McCon- Madison Square Garden premiere. nell; past oracle. Mary Gianotti; 2 Mammoth Site Heads Crisp, Solid vice oracle, L. Carli; recorder, Anna Donzero: receiver, Julia Nolte; chan BUY USED AUTO PARTS. WE have them for practically every make of car. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co., "Ernie's," phone 540. 158 MOTOR LOSING POWER? IT MAY le worn distributor points. Drive In for check-up. J. L. Horney-Rob-erls Battery Co., 226-228 Mulberry street, phone 56. t6s We Don't MEET PEIICES cellor, Mary Spiers; marshal, Lucy Giacoletto; aslstant marshal, Jean- 3 10c 4 u. 23e 8uara 5f Oranges Do- 23c New Cabbage .Sunkist Cftliforoia 8edlss Nsvelt Frcib Solid Hud flfplei 6 "- 25c Sweet Potatoes tirccninst Good Cookcn Southern rams Tangerines 2 0- 25c Carrots-Beets Tret Ripened gwt and Juier Ln4 Buocbaa nie Morgan: inner sentinel. Bertha Smith; outer sentinel, Helen Macarl WE and manager, Mrs. Margaret 2 5 Broccoli bucioc Radishes fresh. Green Large Site Bu tie bee Red Button Large Bunches WINDOW GLASS FITTING. ANY size, any type of glass work. Phone 92 when repairs are needed. Bring sash to store. Marshall & Bon, Elm street. tB8 During the meeting Mrs. Kels-heimter was presented a beautiful POTATOES $1.79 U. S. No. 2 97-lb. Bag lace table cloth. Refreshments were served. pnb Oil 0 15c OATS Jumbo Fkc 2 No. 2 Cans Country Club Keg. She Pkg.,7e Sun.weat Red Sour Pitted Pie; Cherries Joe Batterman Weds Pk. 17a FOft SALE Four rooms of modern furniture at tremendously low cost. Write Box SS, 44 2, Clinton, Indiana. t60 Two men's suits and a topcoat, size 40; lady's coat and dresses, size j 220 Blackman street. t60 Apricots Country Club Jello 1 Made from the finest ingredients Hjl u. 25o r... 19, Coffee Vetuua Packed Six Delicious Flavor Margaret Vallosio Couple lU-unlled In Marriage Wed-newday at Terre Haute; Secretly Wed July 11, 1 . at Highwood, III. ValuaDie coupon in mui turn t $ oa i ill We reserve the right to limit quantities.) Prices subject to market change Apex gasoline washer, one electric washer and Easy gasoline washer. All floor samples at 110 off regulur prices. The Root Store, 319 South Main street. Pgg Tender Flavorful Tomatoes m r"k gjg Fancy Blua Roaa TwinklO Oatatln. D...art Brow Sugar Oakley' Special Bourbon Santo IT Pound Bag , I f COFFEE Cana Lb. St pk... 25e Lb. St Boa 15e Peaches Kaugetle, good condition. $10 for quick sale. 442 Vine St. t60 fVaaeo Soda Country Club Crackors Pancake Flour Miss Margaret Vallosio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vallosio of Universal, and, Joe Batterman of High-wood, 111., were re-united in marriage Wednesday at the St. Joe Catholic convent house at Terre Haute. The young couple was secretly married July 11. 1936, at Highwood. Miss Lillian Vallosio, sister of the i.riHo oriprl as the bridesmaid, and CRANBERRY SAUCE, ready to serve can 15c KNOX GELATIN, fruit flavored 3 pkea. 10c 10-foot coal chute, $3. 546 North 10th street. t60 Pedigreed Scotlies. Glenn Jlles, Richardson's Grocery, 14 Paris Ave., West Terre Haute, Ind., Route 150. t60 P&G Soap Ivory Soap ' Crisco Lb- Can ,lc Choice Muir, Pound . . . 14 24 No. I Quality 2-lb. Jar Peanut Butter Lb. 55a Caa 10c No. 2 Can GRAPEFRUIT Joe Vallosio, her brother, best man. Country Club Tre Ripened TOMATO JUICE, giant tall can 3 for 23c PORK & BEANS 5c Lunch room. Good location. Priced right for quick sale. 227 Mulberry street. t58 APRICOTS J Cans 20c MILK Country Club for Richer Results Pirv Park Pumnkin a. nnc 40 acres, well-improved, 4 miles ru . ru u no. 2i c.n. east of Clinton. Immediate possession. Also 5 acres, well Improved, 2i miles northwest of Rosedale. F. Blenheim pj Choice T m Quality, lb. B ' M. Brown. 769 Elm street. t48tf ViC Fruits and Vegetable! Truck Mine near Clinton. Good location. Equipped to go seal en hoist cars spike team. Equipment for sale cheap. Thirty acres coal. Mrs. Batterman was attired In a blue crepe costume with black accessories. Miss Vallosio wore a brown outfit and had brown accessories. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding supper was enjoyed at Terre Haute by several relatives and Robert Malaul of Highwood. After a two weeks visit at the home of relatives the young couple will make their home In Higbwood, where the groom is employed . CLASS HOLDS MEET The regular meeting ot the Golden Hour Class of the Salem Methodist church was held last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ham-merslev of north of the city. A short SoDp P&G Naptha lOt".' 37 29c 10c NEW POTATOK8. Texas TriuKinflK 8 IjBH. tJRAI'EKKl'lT, Texas Heedless S FOB MI KTAKD Greens or long lease. Make yourself a ten to 16 year Job. Write T, Box 44 2. Clinton. t& Prunes Santa Clara Pounds FOR RENT Large front sleeping room, modern Turnip Greens 4 WW. HWEKT POTATOES 0 pounds (iKEKN ONIONS 8 buncliea KA'UIKHEM, fed button 8 hunches I.EMONH. California Garage. Centrally located. Hi 25c 10c .5c 29c OLEO Eatmore Brand 2lbs.27c BEEF STEAK HAMBURGER You Cm Eat POT ROAST SWISS STEAK PEANUT BUTTER CHUCK ROAST BRAIHS Fresh, Not Frozen MUTTON Any Cut SLICED LIVER Vine street. tfcU "Room and garage. Mrs. Tom Dan program was enjoyed during the iels. 345 Mulberry street. t6!f evening. i 1 4 Hunklst diwen BKKTti. new crop 5 c ler hunch HONEY Pure Comb Honey Rack 21c Milk Hollieanna 3TaIICan$20c Salesmen Wanted s 30 00 PER WEEK . . J"b Open 6c CtKIUrTH. Tetaa crop Itlinrli OATS Hollieanna 2BigPkSs.31e TWO MEN needed with Nations! Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hoy James, Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Frist, Mrs. Forest Mack, Mrs. Frank Kuhns and Mrs. Lewis Reed fluents were Mary, Betty Lou and Robert Fred Frist and Richard. Robert aud Lee Mack. The next meeting will be an all day session at the home of Mrs James on February 11. ORANGES, California Protective Service. Earn $30 up to $60 weekly full lime work. Car needed, complete training given. 2HM size 8 doien afc- NliW CABBAGE A (. IVr pound Reliable men over 25 only. LIMITED. WRITE TODAY. H. B. Pig man. Dept. I 20, Capper s Farmer Topeka. Kansas. sch For Sale Coal Good cheap coal, phone 79 7-W. 67tf P icicles Sour or Dill A. Qt. jars 35c t)- Your Choice Lbi 1 1 1 1 CLI N ARD-LAM BERT Miss Mary Virginia Lambert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lambert of Mecca, and Roy Leon Clln-ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clln-ard of Montezuma, were united in marriage Thursday at 3:30 p. m. at the parsonage of Rev. H. H, Wagner, Blackman street. Both Mr. and Mrs. Clinard are employed with the Guide Lamp Company at Anderson. At the present time they are visiting their parents. ( if FOI'RTH VKIKCOAI TNIVRKSAL. MIAMI NO. ' 4. AND BLACK BKTTY NO. 5. BARLEY HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. 14tf rTrTH AM) SIXTH VEIN COAL. CAM, ME FOB PRICKS. DELIVERED. ANDY JOHNSON. TEIj-KI'HONE 915-12. ,tt0 Cho-xe Spring Lamb, Chops or Steak. lb. 15c Roast 15c and 12Jc Stew -.lb. 10c Bologna or Conies lb- 122c Shortening, pure vegetable for all cooking, per pound , 2zC Sugar Cured Bacon, Boston style or Radio, per pound 122C Hamburger, fresh ground lb. Sc Steak, choice minute, no bone or waste per pound Bacon, 3 to 4-lb. pieces, sugar cured lb. 17Jc Boiling Beef, rib or plate lb. 8ie Fish, filet of haddock, no bone or waste, per pound 122c Corn Flakes Hollieanna PAID NOTICES BACON Breakfast Light Wl Sugar Cured lb. 22c Person who took dark blue topcoat from Moose hall last night is known. Return to Clintonian within three days or police will be sent alter it. t58 BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Norman Popello of Blanford are the parents of a baby girl, Paula Kay. born at the Union hospital in Terre Haute last Sunday, Jan. 10. Mrs. Popello waa formerly Miss Pauline Moselle of Sbirkieville. MATCHKS, Satin Tip 4Q II iMnra NOTICE, MOOriK! Pay your dues before January 15 and stay beneficiary. J. c nav ch lett.