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Tuesday, January 19, 1937
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Tuesday, January 19, 1937 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton", Indiana PAGE SIX. Washington in Holiday Spirit for As Trotsky Settled in Mexico CLASSIFIED ADS INDIANA WATERS NEARING HIGHEST MARKS SINCE '13 New home (Continued from Page 1) DOES BLADDER IRRITATION WAKE YOU UP? It's not normal. It's nature's warning. "Danger Ahead." Make this 25c test. Use buchu leaves, juniper oil, and 6 other drugs made into little green tablets, to flush out excess acids and impurities. Excess acids can cause irritation resulting in getting up nights, scanty flow, fre' desire, burning, backache, and leg pains. Just say Bukcts to your druggist. In four days if not pleased your 2.1c will be refunded. Gillis Pharmacy. adv. HI 72 Rates for Classified Adt and Paid Notices First dar of Insertion: 8c for each FOR SALE FOURTH, FIFTH AND 81X111 VEIN HHAZIL m,K"K COAL. liOlIE OSELLA, I'HOXK Dlit-12. t72 VP V f J est levels since 1913. Although the rains had stopped pnd cold weather slackened the run Roosevelt Inauguration Ceremony Wed.; Thousands of Visitors I Continued from Page 1) the times prevented enormous crowds. Banks were closed, or closing, and even had they been minded to come, people didn't have the rash. But today It was different. Today they converged upon Washington from every direction, thronging the hotels, with money to spend, anil quite evidently intent upon celebrating an historic event and a great party victory. off, lower reaches of the White, Wa reading line (one column line, Ilk one ot these). Next two days Insertion: the sami bash and Ohio riners and many Two goats, very reasonable. 724 Sycamore street. 163 smaller streams were far out of I their banks. Coal range. Cheap. 468 Elm St. t66 Additional families were forced te charge (you get three aays ai double the coat of the flrnt day) Next three days Insertion: tb tame 8c charge (you get a wholi week, six days, at three times th' eost ot one Insertion). Each group of three days tbers-after, 8c a Hue. Black Face (like tbla), lOe per line. -v- if v V 1 to evacuate their homes as the rlv-ers neared their crests. In the central and northern sec f """"I "i i tion, families which had moved out Four year Guernsey cow, 45. Ray Hener. phone 926-2. t62 1 Hoover vacuum cleaner. Excellent condition. 1 Crosley Amrnd console radio. 7-tuhe. Russell Wilson. 325 South 6th. 162 HALF CENTURY CLUB WILL MEET WEDNESDAY NIGHT 7:00 P. M. Important! All Attend! In Morgan Drug Slore Basement Discovered Way to Cure Herring of their homes were returning ti clean out lite muddy debris. WPA fiivm Aid A Zeeland fisherman discovered the way to cure herring in (lie 7our- teenth century, and these fish have Tr J Works Progress Administration been important in Northern Lu-rope's commerce ever since. 40 acres, well-improved, 4 miles east of Clinton. Immediate possession. Also 6 acres, well Improved, 2j miles northwest of ROBedale. F. M. Brown, 7B9 Elm street. t48tf emergency relief was extended to nine counties to combat the raging . All classified ads Including memo-rlaina and notice of all kinds nun be paid In advance except those bj regular customer whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In tin latter case the person asking the publication of the notice wUI be held responsible for If payment. ret;- 1 waters. L A . Special crews worked on levees In For Sale Coal Good cheap coal, phone 797-W. 67tf Dnvless, Knox. Slid Gibson counties Others were employed in Marion Miami, Vigo, Allen, Clay and Vermillion counties. FOURTH VKIN COAL, UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO. 4, AND BLACK BETTY NO. B. HA RLE X HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. Mtf Business Services HEAD THESE ADS EVERY DAY for late buying and selling Said Mr. X to Mrs. X REMEMBER THAT IT'S SAVING! Vanderburgh county provided trucks to remove several families In Vllln Sites, a suburb of Evansvllle. FIFTH AND SIXTH VFIV COAL. CALL ME FOR PRICKS. DELIVERED. ANDY JOHNSON, TF.l-W'HO.NE 915-18. 105 DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO find you and your particular type of service? Tell tbem! A want-ad costs very little. Male Instruction If l Leon Tret,ky ' Jj ODUS-AND-END8 MERCHANDISE will quickly find Bale through this department. Tell the public what you have. PITTSBI IMiH HIT AC.AIX PITTSBURGH, Jan. 19 Flood waters from the swollen Allegheny and Monganela rivers' spilled into Pitsburgh early t iday. Waters covered the Duquesne Way, the street that runs the length of the downtown district along the Allegheny and culminates in the Golden Triangle where the Alle Sellable men to take up AIR CONDITIONING and Electric Refrig Mrs. Rivera and Mrs. Trotsky eration. Prefer men now employed and mechanically inclined, with fair education and willing to train spare PAINT INFORMATION. Complete directions with each type of paint you buy. If you have a paint problem, come in. Marshall & Son, phone 9?. 161 Newest home of exiled Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky Is the stucco villa in Mexico City. top. Forced to leave his rural haven In Norway because of the enmity Of Josef Stalin. 8oWet dictator, Trotsky was offered refuge In Mexico after intervention by Diego Rivera, noted artist, whose wife and Mrs. Trotsky appear below. gheny meets the Xtonongahela and time to become experts in Installation and service work. Write giving age, present occupation. Utilities Engineering Institute, Box 442. Clinton. t02 forms the Ohio. This was the scene of the worst damage in last year'!' disastrous flood. NOTICE! YOU CAN BUY UNIVERSAL. Coal in lump, egg, stove and nut size. More heat. No clinkers. Hurley Huffman, phone 10. t61 PAID NOTICES GERMANY SENDS SWEDEN PLANES CINCINNATI, Jan, .19 National HUSBANDS approve the shopping jaunts that lead the Want-Ads way! They know real economy . . . and they recognize it in the Want-Ad columns of the Clintonian! Here they find the things they want, too . . . sporting goods, automobiles, positions. . The Want-Ads jaunt is one shopping tour that husbands enjoy along with their wives! LOYALISTS HAIL GREAT VICTORY SOUTH OF CITY (Coutlnued from Page 1) Guard details were ordered out today to provide for scores of lowland CARD OF THANKS To those who expressed their sympathy in so many beautiful and prac. tical ways during our recent be HiNITION SPECIALISTS. Drive In for complete check-up. Cost Is slight. J. L. Homey-Roberts Battery Company. 22(1-228 Mulberry Street, phone 66. fl BERLIN, Jan. 19 Indicating Germany's rearmament is approaching reavement, we extend our heartfelt dwellers forced from their homes by the second Ohio river flood in less than a year. - - ' Its peak, 30 liugu Junkers bombers thanks. Mrs. Mary Malanowski and family. t60 and seven experimental fighting planes have been sold recently to RECONDITIONED BATTERIES. We have the right one for your car. Priced reasonably. Clinton Auto Wrecking Company, "Ernie's," phone 540. CARD OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to friends and neighbors, the Pletra Micca and Libero Pensero lodges Sweden, it was learned today. The transaction , involving $4,500,000, was interpreted as meaning Germany is now able once again to take orders for armament sales abroad. and Father Sylvester Ziemer for RURAL ELECTRIC MEETING IS SET AT COURTHOUSE (Continued from P. ge 1 1 LOST their many kind acts of sympathy during our sad bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately the hill and then charged the 300 defenders with fixed bayonets. Attack Is Sudden The onslaught was so sudden and unexpected the defenders had no time to resist. The loyalists captured 200 men and a large quantity of arms and ammunition. General Jose Miapa, commander of the loyalist junta, inspected the prisoners and Informed them their ltves would be respected. Premier Francisco Largo Caballero wired his congratulations from Valencia. The hill was immediately re-christened "Red Hill." PHONE 41 or 117 For Information and Rates DAILY CLINTONIAN WANT-ADS expressed. Black calfskin purse containing documents. Reward for return to Clintonian office. t2' The Giovanlni Family. t61 ARMORED TRAIN CARRIES BULLION tion. Boone Gets Power Boone county farmers have been serviced with lights and power for farm equipment for several months. Electricity on the farm is a live issue all over Indiana and many counties are expecting to be serviced NEW YORK, Jan. 19. Over a closely guarded route, with all traffic shunted aside for a clear right of way, an armored train sped today "somewhere" between New - York during the months of-1837. f A HILLSDALE M. E. TO HAVESUPPER Sunday to Be Men's Day at U. B. Church; Anniversary I Celebrated HILLSDALE, Jan. 19 The M. E. church wil serve a soup supper Wednesday evening. January 20. Any farmers in Vermillion interested in having electric serv HOWARD HUGHES TRIES NEW SHIP Markets CHICAGO, Jan. 19. Hogs held steady today In slow trading. Top was $10.25 with the better kinds higher. The supply at 22.000 was 8.000 under advance estimates. Cattle receipts were 8.000. Demand was fairly good for good to choice steers but lower for the medium and lower grades. Good cows and heifers sold steady at the recent decline. Lower qualities moved slowly. The run of 8.000 sheep was 2,000 less than expected. Salesmen were asking higher prices for lambs with nothing sold early. ice should attend the meeting next Friday evening. and Fort Knox, Ky., its movements strictiy secret, with $120,000,000 in gold bars. The bullion is the first shipment of two billion dollars' worth that will have been transferred to the impregnable treasury storehouse at Fort Knox by May 1. commencing -at 5 p. m.. in the Fame LOS ANGELES, Jan, 19 Howard Hughes, motion picture magnate and speed flier, hopped off fron here for Chicago at 2:14 a. to. toda in his new "mystery plane." Airport officials said they "as sumed" he would make the flight non-stop, perhaps in an effort ti break the land plane mark of 352. 4ci miles per. hour which he holds. The noted flier has been testing his new ship here for several days Silence Is Golden Give your tongue more holiday than your hands or eyes. Clark building. Sunday, January 24, will be Men's Day at the U. B. church. Everyone is invited. Birthday Pally CHICAGO, Jan. 19. Weaker cables induced good liquidation In wheat futures here and prices were to le lower at the opening today. Corn was firm as a result of a Relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Roeback strong cash corn demand, coming but his hop today was a surprise to Sunday to remind Mr. Roeback of his sixty-eighth birthday anniver his friends. Nicknamed "Dumb Ox" The nickname "the dumb ox' from most all markets, and due to continued light offerings from the country. WHEAT: May, 132-132 : July, 11414-115; Sept., U1U-K. CORN: (new) May, 112W; July, 107; Sept.. 108: (old) May, 108-; July, 10414. OATS: May. 61-K: July, 46. "'pi l i m mat, uijinas.1 1 i "mm V0tm was given to St. Thomas Aquinas. sary, Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tippy, William Roeback and family. George Roeback and family and Norman and Kenneth Roeback of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Russell of Yeddo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonebrake and Mrs. Almeda Wlltermood and son. Archie, of Hillsdale. His fellow students at Cologne gave him the name because of his taci RYTEX 0ECO.E turnity and dreaminess. His tutor said of- him: "The dumb ox will EDGE VELLUM one day fill the world with his low to". . WITH f'f ARIFI Democratic Majorities of Indiana CongressPrepafeSpeedy Passage For Bills Supported by Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Self of Terre Haute visited Mr. and Mrs. Monroe THELJ-UUE-LF Watson Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. George Lewis and (Continued from Page 1) D I iuu daughter of Greencastie visited rela lives here Sunday. Up OTtlf J. E. Self and wife of Terre Haute "Assault and Battery" An assault is an unlawful attempt or offer, on the part of one man with force or violence, to inflict a bodily hull upon another. A battery is a wilful and unlawful use of force or .violence upon the person of another. The actual offer to use force to the injury of another person is assault; the use of it is battery; hence the two terms are commonly combined in the term assault and battery." Advance Styles at I - A Bargain Price! Practically every type of bag you can think of, in good- i . jfr looking leather jCiii"r ,V grains. Pouches, en- ? velopes and vaga- bonds in top handle, VVF11 s back strap and slide - tMCy'J b -lues -don't mi them! -''' simulated MIMTSO STATIONERY ' : . ' . , t. ; y Th sale yoa'v fccea waitia? for . . . Bytes Deckle Edge Vcliaa statiaaerjr . . i ouMe taa aaaai .oaaatity . . . printed with yaw aasM and aadreaa or .saasocraa for only fl ; Large flat sfceete mi large envelopes lor yir longer letters sad for tat falsify 100 SHEETS 100 ENVELOPES visited in Hillsdale Sunday. Several cases of chicken pox ant Bore throat have developed In thii vicinity. , Fred Russell and family of neai Yeddo spent Sunday with Mrs. Rus sell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T York. l Mr. and Mrs. Ren Church and Air set penalties for violation of rules. The measure represents the greatest single concession to labor in years, and may give additional impetus to the dozen lesser labor bills already Introduced In the legislature. Introduced In the house by majority floor leader Frank G. Thompson. Rluffton, was a bill with the specific' approval of Gov. M. Clifford Townsend providing for a reassessment of all property In the state this year and every four years SWINEH ART'S and Mrs. Phil McCarty visited In Clinton Saturday afternoon. Melvln Sykes from the CCC camp '1 DANA, NEWPORT MEN ARE GIVEN PURDUE AWARDS pi:;lco 6ib at Waveland spent Sunday with hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sykes Arthur Oliver and Charles McCarty, who are attending Normal at Terre Haute, spent the weekeuL with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller of Clin ton. Earl Trossner of Newport and Inchxllnf PrtatlitJ C4 toulU SUcttt fCoDtfooea rrom rg X) Atnerictn tod Foreign gett "th world brw" in radio reception. fhilcv Foreign 7 umtmg System, Vt ide-Viftioo UiaT, tnd nun? other big tcauues. Hate you order now ! Torf omh with Philco High-htfit irmty Aerimllo insure grtmtttt ferctgm Ttttpttem. Miss Louise Bybl of Montezuma wag presented with the Home Ec Stock Up On GE LAMP BULBS At This Low Price 15 Watt 500 Hour 10c 30 Watt 500 Hour 10c 40 Watt 1000 Hour 15c 60 Watt 1000 Hour 15c 75 Watt 1000 Hour 20c lOOWatt lOOOHonr 25c 150Watt lOOOHour 35c onomics Creed for 100 per cent or took Sunday dinner with Harolc Tressner and wife. ganization within the county. Thow attending the annual meeting were n Mrs. Audry Burger of Terre Sat art deckle dgt doable sheets for fayer sad starter csrretipondeMe 100 sheers. 109 ro- -Telopes . . . including printing ... SI . Haute Is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Earl Milligan. Mrs. Wm. G. Parrett. Mrs. Otis Watson and Mrs. S. J. Brown. More than 6900 persons attended the four-day annual agricultural conference. Others from Vermillion County in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clover, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brown. Mr. Franklin Morey. Mr. Paul Kickle and Mrs. F. F. phleger. - Be sore to bay loe3s si beta sizes for Bw ... and for f atto-e ass. - Osmon Bros. "Radio's Home" 224 Blackmail Phone 169-W Forks Placed Tines Downward The forks at Balmoral castle are always placed with the tines downward. This was a rule inaugurated by the late King Edward after the points of a fork had caught in the flowing sleeve of a woman guest of honor. The Clintonian

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