The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 22, 1937 · Page 2
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January 22, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Friday, January 22, 1937 The Daily Clintonlan, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWO Rocking Chair Solves Problem Works of Jefferson In 1858 congress authorized the publication of the manuscripts and papers of Jefferson held by the Department of State, and this was re printed in a de luxe, 20-volume me- v . . ,-.! i innjian Thin edl- Farley Gets Mascot England's Historie Bridges Notable among England's historic bridges is King John's bridge at Tewkesbury, which is said to contain several of its original arches, and Monnow bridge at Mon MORATORIUM TO REACH DESK OF GOVERNOR TODAY (Continued iioiu PftKfl I) POPE tS ADVISED tO KEEP ABED AS CIRCULATION AID (Continued from Pice II said, would ho to facilitate traninr. of the disposal of small loads of stolen grain. Thefts of this kind are Increasing in rural areas. Sturm asserted, and authorities have had moriai eamon m ioui-.. tion is in the Library of Congress, as well as the famed Jefferson Bible, compiled by him from the Scriptures to illustrate his religious beliefs. Other Jeffersoniana include the Encyclopedia of Jefferson's sayings and writings published by the Thomas Jefferson foundation. $ino,OfiO Prire for Cloek ' In 1713 the British government offered $100,000 to any one who could make a clock that would not lose more than three seconds a day. The prize was collected some years later by a clock maker named Harrison. rtifflcuty learning where the grain is mouth, believed to be tne oniy one in England that has a fortified gateway on the bridge proper. A Fourteenth century treasure spans the river Dee at Chester, and other early examples are found at or near Kidwelly, Hereford and Llangollen. Birthplace Unknown No record has even been discov-ered of the date of George Hepple-vhito's birth although it is known he was born in Cripplegate. Hep-plewhite become known immortally for his mahogany shield back chairs and is probably the most copied of nil chair designers. lood spirits. When I congratulated him ho replied smillnc: 'ThlB is nil very well, but I should prefer -walk-inn In St. DamoHCUs'g courtyard'." An authorir.ed spokesman said that the pope suffered Intense pain Jn both lees nearly all night and he vu sleepless for the third consecutive night except for occasional brief periods. But at daybreak the pope enjoyed comparative rest. being sold. t CONGRESS WAITS SIGN FROM F. D. R. TO BEGIN ACTION 5s. (Continued from Page 1) FLOOD TERROR AT A GLANCE A' eminent reorganisation plan as the M iww! 'Ski special Hyid senate committee hns yet to complete its separate inquiry into the subject. One phase, cov ering reduction of government per sonnel, is still being Investigated by the Bronkllnga institution upon re quest not only of the senate com mlttre but a special house commit tee and the president's own coin mittee. i 1 " i ;.,...,,J -'a A GIGANTIC SAVING EVENT 1? Creeks Rattled Turks STOCK UP AND SAVE (Continued from Page 1) doed. Arbryd, Mo, Inundated. Cardwell and Kennett, Mo. Virtually Isolated by St. Francis river floodi. Lester, Ark Inundated. Memphis, Tenn. Mississippi streams rising; emergency measures declared to care for more than 12,-250 refugeas In trl-state area; pneumonia and influenza spreading; five dead. Haltiesburg. Mis. Lead and Bouie rivers reaching flood stages; crest expected today; relief workers aid evacuation of farmer. New Orleans Relief agencies report at least two dead in rising water j in Mississippi and Louisiana. A century ago the Greek village of Mesolonghi made such a valiant defense against the conquering Turks, its heroism won the sympathies and aid of European powers, until then favoring Turkey. Read Wise Books "Men do well to read wise books," Said Hi Ho. the sage of Chinatown. "Even though they do not understand them, they are doing no harm when thus engaged." James A. Farley One of the fifitmvt of Innngnral rcreimmiii. l Washington was Qtwenle, presented to James A. Hurley, national drmooiatic chair, man, as new maseol for the party hy I.leiil. (iov. .1. K. Hnrley of South Carolina. Applying a principal suggested by a simple rocking chair in ins home resulted In perfection of a new type of steel processing by a ateel engineer and solved a problem which has stumped the industry for years. In the huge new 80-ron semi-continuous plate mill, nntyre. the world s largest, now starting proaucuon oi u.p um,w steel plant, the shears' are curved In the shape of -a rocker so .v. to avoid bending the steel strip when It Is cut, Meaning of Term "Plagium" The term plagium is used in Scotland to mean the theft of children, male or female, under puberty. It is a Latin term for a criminal offense in Rome, the purchase of a free person. Literary Digest. How Mosquito Spreads Malaria Mosquitoes spread malaria by sucking blood frpm an infected human being and later transferring the malaria parasite to the blood of another person who gets' bitten. V. S. Constitution Preliminary Article 7 of the Constitution provided that "the ratification of the conventions of nine states shall be sufficient for the establishment of this Constitution between the states so ratifying the same." Plato's Beading. Writing Rnle Plato laid down the rule that no child should leatn rending and writing before the age nf ten-. - Orchid Growing a Science Orchid growing is an exact science. Every variety with antecedents is 1 sted in a stud-book. Bu, ia Qity S.. PRICE V TomrtJuit ccy 3 c?". 25t "jaT "95e 189 Peichet "a." 2M&; 29fll5T 169 3.35 Plumt ' . 2"&y-25 llT 145 2.85 fineipple CZT 2WC. 37e IB" 215 45 Ptm CZT 2Z,l? 27c W 4.25 Hominy cZl" 2 15c 1ST 5c 169 Green Giant Pen 2 29 "ssT 169 3.35 MHk caa" 3 19c 38c 76c 152 Grapefruit CT Y.J 10c 19T 1W 229 Cherries t 27e "79T 157 2.99 Pineapple Juice CT 2Er 145 285 Grapefruit Juice 3 Nr;: ?Bt 49T 95 189 Pine STSS'iSS. 2 ?Ff TbT 2.05 4.09 Kraat 2 25c 73c 145 2.85 Battling Behemoth, Bares Bicuspids , FOR ONE WEEK A- i - . f - - I 1 1 if "' 1 Nn TJmit 49 c Lbs. 10 SUGAR , Buy All You Want No-. 2 9Ci 3 Green Beans COF.N-PEAS- Cans We Must Make Room for NEW Goods! jFWFtcarFEi- "it:6 3 49c O Bag LA IV nriiiDN S UNION PiEfiMilS ... Big,055c OATS Country Club 55 oz. Box 15c RAMAS oir " 5c Unseasonable winter weather has left us with a lanre stock of fine merchandise which we must move to make way tor spring orders. Although we always sell at reasonable prices we have made honest reductions on every item in the store for this great Mid-Winter Clean-Up. We urge you to lake advantage of this BUnket Lired COATS Fine tor cold winter days. Sale price SUITS Heavy weight, fleece-lined or ribbed underwear. During this sale 79 c POTATOES U. S. No. 2 98 lb. bag $1.79 . .. i llu si ,'.. 2 Stalki 13i t:- , WJ -wkmt' T$ ' ...... ::V" i-j ' i Mantln Levr f J Grapeiruit '"St Celery ' N.w Florids Urn Criip SUlk $1.25 6 y Tu 8dl Et Them. lot 88e Quality 69e Grances D- 25e Iceber; Lettuce 2 ' 15e Apples 2 15c Carroti-Bettt 5 i'.ncr WmBlmton Bos Dtfitlou. LW tomctim New Cabbare 3 u lOe Celery Heart lw Our Already Low Prices Now 1IAHBURGER 3 lbs. 29c BUTTON Big Reductions On All Rubber Goods . Men's RUBBER BOOTS Fine Orade RcijuUHy CI QQ J2.4S, now Men's nd Young Men's HATS S1.79 S1.48 S1.25 Boy's B!ue Work Shirts Mne r;rade nQp 'h CUT TO NEW LOW LEVELS n Ulvoro Roasts Leg o' Mutton r'knn . . Anvon in the path of Una man-mountain had better move unless they want 626 pound of fieah to come hurtling down on them This collection of caUonca is no other than Martin Levy Boston matman. who has been wrestling for five years without being thrown, all hicb seem explainable when one weighs the idea of tossing betur - . than a quarter of a ton around? ' - try DOWN GO SHOE PRICES ! ! Stew, lb. .. lw DLEO Eatmore Brand 2 Lbj- 27C have reduced every Item in s great money -saving event, we t our port unit &Z? big stock of shoes Iw tne cm. re idmuj. n SEE THE NEW 1937 Croslcy Savamaid Washer X ! nave Before You Buy Any Washer. L.. " " AjtT A FINK SKI.WTIOX OF LADIES' OXFORDS, PUMPS, STRAPS, ETC. Values to $3.50 and $4.00 SALE PRICE lb. lb. lb. lb. 14jc 12c 14k 14ic Tender Steak . Pot Roast. ... . . Swiss Steak . . Chuck Roast. Roilina; Beef . lb. 10c rf nn Hen's Dress Oxfords Soys Oxfords 0 Sturdy Lone Wearing 1 . Faslcr 2. -Safer 3. Cleaner 4. No Belts 5. Sealed in Oil j U U Rubber Soles BREAKFAST Dqcob Light Weight Whole or HaH Rubber $1.69 Soles, Pair Price $4S Up j j YOU WILL FIND THESE RE DUCTIONS ON OUR ENTIRE i i SHOE STOCK J' It LADIES' SHOES Regular SALK BOYS' & GIRLS' SHOES VEAL Steak Roast MEN'S SHOES Regular SALK S3.98 S3.45 ii Sold on a Money Back Guarantee Easy Payments No Finance Company 53.89 S3.39 S2.98 S2.45 $3.75 $2.98 $3.48 S2.98 S2.4S 51.98 $3.48 52.69 Chops ........ Pocket or Stew si. yu si.by 2.yw s.o S2.93 S2.48 .-.-.lb. 12 c HOI.I AT SALT FISH Ncv7 Keg 3 Lb. 29c Taylors Radio Service I'HOXE 7ns i ,X MKTH SIMM STRKET "Where You Save E very Day in tne Year" R RKFAITt ALL MAKES OF W AsHFHS

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