The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 21, 1937 · Page 2
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January 21, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday, January 21, 1937 PAGE TWO The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana ie Cox. i Mrs. Christins Dunn Of Clinton spent Wednesday with Mrs. Ida Convict Riot Leaves Ontario Prison in Shambles PERSONAL NEWS FROM FAIRVIEW SMALLPOX HITS CAYUGAHOMES Quarantine Established as More Are Stricken f Basketball Games Called Off I Scene of wreckare r, ' - am 7 &y-'uffjC:,. r - Billy, spent Monday with Mrs, Roy .lames of Clinton. ( Mr. and Mrs. Lee Griffin and sons spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen McMaaler of Cayuga. .Mrs. Chaiincey Ahernathy spent Sunday night and Monday In Indianapolis. H ti nio urn Ahernathy of Indianapolis spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ahernathy. Mr. and Mrs. James Voto and Edwin Hedges are spending a few days In Whiting. Mrs. Edwin Hedges and daughter, Betty Jo, Is spending n few days with Mr, and iMrs. Herman Hedges of Universal. . i ' m Wllbert and Bobby Little, sons of Mr. snd Mrs. Claude Halls, are confined to their home with Illness. Mrs. Oliver Kite Is confined to her home with Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dean. David Scott and Marian and Ilene Runyan of R. R. S. were Sunday guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Weaver and family. , , Mrs. Byron Hunter and Mrs, Barton Pavey spent Tuesday with Mrs. Jennie Dean and family. Donavan Cox of the C. C. C. camp of Shakamak spent the weekend with his parents Mr. snd Mrs. Arch Several Persons Attend Funeral Held on Tuesday for Mrs. Umpleby FAIRVIEW, Jan. 21. Mrs. Ora Weaver, Mrs. Ethel Mleldalse and nltlv mil ttnrrv ftiim anil son. Harry Jr., attended the funeral of Mr. Gum's sister, Mrs. Mary I'm-( plehy, of Carbon Tuesday. I Mrs, Motile Smith of Clinton spent Sunday with her brother, Sam Kerr, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Faulds and family of Anderson spent the weekend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kelley of Hazel Bluff were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Smith. Mrs. Russell Neldllnger and son and Leona Fauld spent Tuesday i with Mrs. Gertie Silkwood and fam- 'Mrs. Leland Reid went to. Indianapolis Thursday and Friday to attend the American Legion convention. Mrs. Ethel Mleldaize and son. interior of the penal institution which was left In a shambles by the Irate inmates. Their "demonstration" was caused by protest over quality of food served and th rule barring outside gifts.) When inmates of the Canadian reformatory at Guelph. Ont., staged a riot which lasted for hours, and ended In escape of a score of the worst offenders, more than $200,000 damage was caused to the Eller. DOES BLADDER IRRITATION WAKE YOU UP 7 It's not normal. It'S nature's warning, "Danger Ahead." Make this He test. Use buchu leaves, juniper oil, and 6 other drugs made Into little green tablets, to flush out excels acids and impurities. Excess adds can cause irritation resulting In getting up nights, scanty flow, frequent desire, burning, backache, and leg pains. Just say Bukets to your druggist. In four days if not pleased your 25c will be refunded, tllllu Pharmacy. adv. B172 WAIITED Hides Iron Hags Metal and Paper Highest Price Paid A. Dumcs Water Street 0 0 Up Eisrisi3 CAYUGA. Jan. 20 Loral pliyst-rlans and health authorities were bending every effort today to check the spread in this community of smallpox, which is rapidly approaching the proportions of an epidemic. Latest steps taken to combat the disease was the decision of officials to cancel all basketball games until February 6 because so many players and students hare been stricken. Schoot children who have not been vaccinated within the past five years must be treated before returning to classes. A strict quarantine was clamped down on all homes where smallpox has been discovered. Persons living in a placarded house face a $25 fine if they go but. Shower Given Mrs. Russell MoLain was honored with a gift shower Thursday night ai the home of Mrs, Lane Clark. The twenty-etght guests present spent the evening playing bridge and bunco. Prises In bridge were awarded to Mrs. Pearl Davis of Clinton and Mrs. Sam McClellan. In bunco Mrs. Paul Grumley won hlgh-anrt Kis. John Gllmore low. Miss Maxine Mahoney of Marion and cousin of the bride, read a poem writren by Mrs. Clark telling of So-t ie and Russell's boat "Coming Pn." At this time a whistle announced the docking of a fcoat named Clark-McLain, laden with a beautifully wrapped cargo. Mrs. McCain unloaded the boat and the gift were viewed by all. Numbers were drawn and the guests found their corresponding B umbers at tables lighted with candles, where a two course luncheon was served by Mrs. Clark. John Harper Is now superintendent 'df the United Brethren Sunday school, - , "11;Bil Stroke Buffered! Oden Baker an employe of William 'Babe'' Adams, suffered his third paralytic stroke Saturday night at his place of business. Mr. Baker was first discovered by Dillon Newman. After first being examined by a physician he was removed to the Clinton hospital In the Watson ambulance, I ' JameS "Bud" Moora was taken to the CliDtoa hospital Sunday evening after receiving serious Injuries when he tell down the steps at the bank ImiMinc. Hearing him fall, Lute Fulls rushed to his aid. Mr. Moore lives alone in a room over the bank. Examination Given Several men and boys from Cayuga and Newport went to Clinton Saturday to lake the exam for rural mail carrier. The position is now being filled by Donald Clark, who took It over last spring after the re-lliement of William Myers of Newport. , 'Mrs. Clarence Alexander, of Champaign visited Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Wilhlte. Her Sister, Mrs. Dale Johnson, went oa to Akron. O., to visit a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Harper entertained at dinner Friday Mrs. Sarah Harper of near Clinton and Mr. and lira, Dane Harper. Virgil Van Sant was a week-end !' uesr of friends in Danville. riareucb Bracken of Lima, O., 'rices Are Going p We are not shouting "Wolf 1" Prices are going up and we mean F o3 d on fl d on go was a week-end guest of .Mr. ami Mrs. William Baker and stin, Kuii. Earl accompanied him home fur an indefinite visit. Weekend gui'sln in Indianapolis were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Milikin and son, Jenks. Mrs. Blanche Harvey and family entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. ftuscoe Koark, Mr. and Mrs. Dane Harper, Mr, and Mrs. Max Harvey and Frank Peterson of Montezuma. -.V! Miss Lena Garden spent tile week- ' end in Danville at the home of Mr. and Mrs. t'arl Shelto. Mrs. Edd Sleulie or Danville, Mrs. Sarrh Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hartman and children were Sunday t'uests of Mr. and Mrs. John Harper. . . I W. J. DeVerter assisted in the post office Saturday during the ab sence of Assistant Post Master Franklin HlgginB. Hj Gene McMurtry is ill at his home. The two daughters of Lee Richard son have Hie BnuiHpox. Mrs. Alice Wire spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Gephart. Mrs. Harry Martin of Perrysville viBited Thursday aud Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Lane Clark. Identical Twins Identical twins usually have perfectly symmetrical laces, a physical feature that is rarely if ever found in fraternal twins, not to mention singly born individuals. Collier's Weekly. Father of Piqua Indians Piqua, the name of one of the Shawnee tribes, means "a man formed out of the ashes." According to Indian tradition, the Shawnee were seated around their campfire centuries ago when suddenly a full-formed man grew out of the ashes. He was the beginning and the father of the Piqua tribe. ThouKan.ls of people wait for this tnuua! Nale of KVTEX I HI. KIM.IO VllLLlM printed stationery. iMirlnir January only you run buy! RYTKX DHTKLH VKl.H'M stationery In double the usual quantity . . . ! sheets and 1X elive-ci . . . printed with your Monogram or Name uud AdilrcsH for only 111. 00. Two ni7.es . . . large flat SheelH or Mlinrt double Mieela. Kee samples at. The Daily t'lialoJilan ; ,.ffi. Srflv. I ......... juu jusr ti iriius. ...,f.. . . . V, .u owu.u.g nicr utri vtrs ...... it Bsoall package or bottle St I of materials and new taxes will soon ' higher-You can actually SAVE ordering needed printing supplies now Rising cost force them MONEY by U n r A KsltaiSaW assist)'' h T'iss Why not check up right now and see what your needs for the next few months will be? Remember by buying NOW you can save yourself MANY DOLLARS. Dr. Miles Nervine (Liquid or Effervetcent Tablets) Soothes irritated nerves, permits refreshing sleep, helps you to."getliold of yourseli." NEARLY everyone is nervous tliese days. Financial worries, street and home noises, late hours, hard work and exciting recreation put a stram on the nervous system that brings on Sleeplessness, Nervous Headache, Nervous Indigestion, Restlessness, Irritability. An attack of npnM m i mgu .,n. i i Buy in Clinton, where you get double satisfaction, helping yourseli and your local newspaper. Just Phone 41 help you figure or 117 and a salesman will call to your needs and estimate your costs. auarrel with vnur linh:.rJ to your children. DR. MILES NERVTMF Ka of the nation for neurit, fin nnn J jw.a. i. ymi arc nervous, get a bottle or narkane at vnnr Art,ai u :n t H r ' " ,-... lie Wllj K-IUIH1 your money if vou are not entirlv at,.f. .u.. Ti ill suits. Larie package or bottle Jl.st. U - UU LIU U KJ t i

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