The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 22, 1937 · Page 4
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January 22, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

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The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, January 22, .1937 Real Estate TRANSFERS Hiey're.From Missouri, Too! M IB U l.uv, Lloyd btark mid ilauj'lileril ('Union Tnmt Company liy An thony Marietta, receiver to Archibald D. SneniB et ux, lola 1 and 4 block 3.1, orlKinal )hit, Clinton, .ino. llebecca A. Ilaekett et al to Fred R. Hackett EVa SW.V 2-1-16-10; St) a. $1. Citizens Slate Hank ot Ni'wuoii to Edrlck J. Cord et ux, lota 1, 2, S and 4 in block 2 Aikmnn's nrtd M I PACE FOUR I .1 A. 1.1 f l - a sa INVITE YOU TO to T)ana. $1.ikmi. Uana RliliiliiK Axnoclatlon to Frank Fall et ux. loin :l and 4 Kiiiif-)nau' IhI add to Dana. $100. Clydo ItiiHM'll et ux lo Carl Nor-m a u et ux, loin 1, 2. :i. il. 7 and s In block H. lllKhland. $1. Joi'ih W. Monro to the Firm National Hank of Dana N "i NH'4 B- -. ..." -- i mm "Kitchen Tested" GOLD MEDAL 1 8-10; Kll n. 1. Anna IIchk Knl(zgnh(r to Koberl M, Collier NE M NK'i 35-1(1-10; 40 a. 11. Anna Bess Snltzgaher to Robert M. Collier SK'4 SK'4 2G-1G-10; 40 a. $1. Department of Financial Institutions to Gene Boaonetto et ux, lot S, block 6, Arthur Whitcomb's add to Clinton. ?1,200. jiiMiiii FLORIDA-Full of Juice Irene Thomas, guardian ot Susie M. Thomas to Audrey Fultz et ux Mi interest In lot No. 100 original Ifc.f 'lioaiiis ""niMKfc-iiiHitiliirrfttiilnnitiiiiiiiftiTiii-mMiiim-i iftilt " ' T ,-:iia1hi,iAi iiMiiiimi iiiyimi plat of Newport. $500. Nellie Thomas to Audrey Fultz H ux, Interest in Lot No. 100 original plat Newport. $500, Henry Featherland to William L. Bpurr et ux, part SWH 29-14-11; 3 a. $625. Clyde Wilson Torrance et ux to Jennie Setser, trustee to reeonvey lot 12 original plat of Perrysville. $1. Jennie Setser, trustee, to reeonvey to Clyde Wilson Torrance lot 12 original plat of Perrysville. $1. Despite the solemnity of the moment when Lloyd Stark took the oath of office as governor of Missouri at Jefferson City, above, the occasion was not one which awed his two small daughters. Although their daddy was the center of attention for hundreds of spectators, little Kitty, 2, left, found it more amusing to shuffle the pages of the Bible she was supposed to be holding, and Molly, 3, was more ' enthralled with studying the crowd than watching her father. Van .Camp's Little Sport lNoCanslc Tall Cans C Granddaughter Plays for Garners J5 A Vice President and Mrs. John Garner 5 , f ; Grape Nuts. . .pkg. 16c Cream of Wheat pkg 23c SUMMIT GROVE SPBNACH 3 no 2 22c Holsum Jam 32 0z.jar 23c COFFEE del monte Lb. 27c ColdDusfCleanscr3canst3c Dog Food 5 cans 25c Ivory Flakes Large Pkg. 23c CHIPSO Large Pkg. 19c Cake Flour Large Pkg. 19c COCOnilt Bakers Can IOC Chocolate 2 Lb. cakes 15c 1B1 Lombards SUMMIT DROVE, Jan. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller and son, Albert fillmore, were in Terre Haute Haute Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frist of Holt:; Prairie called on Mr. and Mrs. Hs-chol Mack recently. Betty Ann Gilmore is staying with her grandmother, Mrs. M. Southard, of Hillsdale. Henry Gilmore of Terre Haute visited home folks Sunday. Mrs. Raymond Ciosnell of Fair-view spent Tuesday with her pnr-entB, Mr, and Mrs. Mort Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Potter of Montezuma visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mack visited fi 5 Regal Brand J.I V i - V) rio.2 LITTLE SPORT $) Cans Mr., and Mrs. Eschol Mack, Tuesday evening. a ha v t Plant Virus DiseasL First proof that a plant virus disease could be transmitted by an insect was obtained with the Japanese stunt disease of rico. SOAP iJ ir'ri- 4 I h m I h U ' - 1 j; Shortening , .fi a.aiWWMaiiii.iaiaAueneviee Oarner ...fe..-a.'Ji.fei , f tft Chocolate Pie Mil. l-ee, B WH Lemon Pie Ux 23c Big Tree Grows in Georgia One of Georgia's rarest botanical specimens is a big sequoia, or redwood, from California, which is growing in the city cemetery at Milledgeville. With inauguration over and the new congress well under way. Vice President and Mrs. John Nance Garner find time to relax in their Washington apartment as their granddaughter, Genevieve Garner, plays the piano. Noodles. .8-oz. pkff. 10c Peas, giant can 17c Apple Sauce Pineapple ApriCOtS Syrup Cucumber Slices RICE Pound Package 2?-19c 2 CansSC r. Cans 33c 2 25c 10c Two Tobacco Roads Carry On Henrv Hull anil Frtlrin rAHtull -"'''?" fi OT! legion cOy Peanut-Cocoanut Flakes RAISINS 2 Po 15c Wheat ICrispies 2Pkgs.19c Cream Cheese u. 23c Whiting Fish u. 10c Pennant Cans Fresh-Delicious Lb ..15 B n n n n n nn PHONE 41 or 117 FOR. u mm mmmmm Cans Lff i(4 J" r' i M- Tm' ' fei " -if - ,Jl ' ' ' i p-i- i .i-u.!'. y-:,- flTOH.IC CO JU ksiJ ; . , ... . - Fresh Pork I 11 P" P" Sugar Cured "T m m mm m r-. tm f- I - mWmW MHi UBP RESULTS S EUULI9EtS STEAK Young Native Shank or Whole Half or Whole , Lb. SS'zC Lb. n.S Buyers know il; the things ihey want are easy to find when they phone 41 or I I 7. Sellers know it; the things they offer find a ready market when they phone 41 or 1 I 7. Everyone in Clinton knows it; Clintonian Want" Ads are always at work for them. nn IP la 0 i CLINTONIAN WANT-ADS Two Tobacco roads carry on the Broaduay hit wli-h has a cun-t:nuou run of more than 1,300 performances and the Ourr.;a liif.h-way from which took its name. The play depicts life among the "poor whites" of the south and draws much of its ct lor from the taction through which Tobacco road passes. Ersl ine CsHwrll is author of the play, and its original star. Henry Hull The Ueurgia ru4 took it name from the fact that it tapped the tobacco growing sector and boa teen in uw for over century 959 North Ninth and Corner Main & Vine Phones 745746 t

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