The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 22, 1937 · Page 8
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January 22, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

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Friday, January 22, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Fage 8 2,000 WP A Workers Demonstrate in Washington Invented Railroad Ticket The railroad ticket owei its origin to Thomas Edmondson of Lancaster, England, who in 1838 wai station master and booking clerk at Milton on what was then the Newcastle & Carlisle Railway. The Waterea Bivwr The Wateree river rises In the Blue Ridge, North Carolina, Its upper course being known as the Catawba. Flowing south Into South Carolina, It unites with the Con-garee to form the Santee river. CHURCH NEWS C-BXTKK CHt'RCII Humid It. rlolcliKlsN, 1'iislor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. 11:0(1 a. in. MiirnlUK 'Worship. Subject for morning Kervlre- ('bilst's liitlnlle ItesourcHB." I , J I 1 J-Si WOMAN INJURED AT MONTEZUMA Ui. B. F. Pitman, 79, Brulnet Knee in Fall off Chair on Thursday 1 r -.aw"" i Vr4 ! Oil O M IV U- Lonnie Ritchie and hit ion, David, of 239 Mulberry Streel have moved to 129 South Main Street. (IIHmv office of Dr. tieiTlh) Always Water Vapor In Air There is always water vapor present in air, but the amount varies over a wide rank arcortling to the weullier. It may be a low as .1 per tent on a bitterly culd, clear day on the northern plains, or as high as 5 per cent on a steaming day In the tiopiia. ii:'t'nAitY cm in n llurolil It. II4 hltlxK, I'MNtor I ii : 0 U h. in., Mornlnii Worship. I I nil a. in., Sunday Si huol. Subject for tnoiiilnii servlc CIiiihIs lnllliit" Itesources." EXPAH fr?Em RECIPES f0f t3Jb a"!V. ' ' " "" "raH"" "' """""" '" eJ w :m ytyV" Z, S! 1 rwrj iii ii i ii If t i J rr (ISA Her. 1. . section of the army of 2,000 WPA worker, that Invaded nMl(S?$r& approve a new relief appropriation of $1,250,000,000. The marchers are shown vn.g th e build in r of th. Department of Labor to parade tu the White House. There was no disorder. Police had issued a perron l.lli) IN EVERY SIZE SACK OF "Kitchen-tested" "KI(iiwUI" U rtiUluad trade mrk 0" MIHi, ln. atlves at Ceorgetown, III. care mid control of their son, l.nrry I The couple have seven children. nRci S. The couple was married ' They were married October 7. 19119 July 14, 192K and separated ill and separated November 11, 1935. Mrs. Millard Hurry spent Tuesday MONTEZUMA. Juu. 22 Mrs, I). V. Pitman hunIiiIiihI a Rt'Vurnly lihiUed knee wlii-n aim full off a rtinlr while wuhUIiik wIhiIuwh tit her horn last Thursday. Mrs. l'llmim IS ulmom 7 yenrs nld. Hr. and Mrs. James Ril-y Hr. of Rnrkvllle spent SHveral (luys lant weoll with Mr. and Mrs. Murrls .Iiir-Mr. and Mrs. Luke IVi'vlur and rhlldien ot Frankfort, Ky are visit-llIK at the Jarvis home this week. Klniar Oo of Hume, 111,, has purchased the Btxker properly on Jefferson street and plans to move here soon. Mr. Cox Is employed hy the Soard Motqr Comliany at nana. MJss Hael Ferguson of Terre Hakite spent the, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hughes. Betty Smith ot Coloma spent Monday night with her grandmother, Mrs. Clara MdKaown. Mrs. Charles Blackford nnd son, Charles, returned hlome Saturday from' a weeks' visit Willi Mr. Blackford, who1 Is employed at Slielhy-vlllfi. Miss Elizabeth Ann Pitman of Anderson is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Pitman. Ijoward Huffman of Crawforda-vilie Ib visiting his sister, Mrs. Otto i ill I, and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sutton of f.rtmh Bend spent the weekend with rrlulives here; Mr. and "Mrs. Louis Leverenz and Mrs. Emma Ford of Danville, 111., snept the weekend with Mr, and Mi'h. Clair Waggoner. Mrs. Ida Dunlup is seriously 111 at hr home here. Hobert Williams nt West Union npeiit Saturday with his grandmother, Mrs. Eiiuna Williams. lr. and Mrs. Heece Johns and children and Mrs. Otis Spurgeun r)tut Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .I.'luf-s Giles at Hillsdale. Don, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Daniels, is seriously HI with the flu. Mrs, Robert Burns Is visiting rel- COLO MECJU. FLCu'K "Kitcbeittestef . U.&i'at. ull. fiNIIUi MIU. IWC tMNItUi MIU. IC with Mrs. Dee Brower. , I The pluinlitf Is represented In court hy Attorneys Fisher and Shuw, Clin- Novemher, 192S. The plalnlllT is represented in court by Aitorney ton, William II. Heeler or .Newport. Daniel IlinliiH of Clinton township n t;aArm. n ThimH NOW ON DfSPLAY IN THE FOLLOWING STORES COURT NEWS NEWPOHT, Jan, 22. Alva Anderson 'of Clinton 'entered a ph-a cl guilly to a statutory charne In Vermillion Cinilit Court Tliuridtiy alt-ernoon' and was placed on official probation. lias filed suit in Vermillion Circuit in the days of Queen Anne, there Court seeking u divorce from l.u-lwere 10,000 licensed watermen on cindu llipkis. The complaint at-1 the tidal reaches of the Thames Ices crl and inhuman treatment. ' above Lo,ldon bndge' Digestible as milk itself CITY MARKET 325 South Main GAMBYS MARKET 400 North Ninth DAL SASSO BROS. 429 North Ninth JOHN VALENTE 1301 North Ninth A. & P. STORE ' 353 South Main BONACORS1 BROTHERS 247 South Main NATION'S FOOD MARKET 345 South Main CHARLES NOVELLA 231 Eureka St. ANTON SCAGGIARI 1245 North Ninth KROGER'S 209 South Main' Mike Pui'inalis of ninnford and Domico Uallai!cainn of Clinton entered pleas of not guilty to a charge of robbery in Vermillion Circuit Court Thursday afternoon and wen-placed under bonds in the sum of $10110 each and no trial date net. The affidavit allencs they robbed Joseph Christina of Clinton of the sum of approximately $H!0 on May 19, 1936. The defendants were represented in court by Attorney Frank R. Miller of Terre Haute. . . this cheese food with the deliriously mild Cheddar flavor 0 It the family bav this nutritiooa P. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS COOPERATIVE STORES 959 North Ninth Corner- Main nd Vm " SECONDINO BROTHERS , J ;j; Universal cbec&e fuud ofiea . . . a saodwicbeBV la camteiule dishes, and, uielttid, w a wuuutli feauoc fur egd or sett loud. Georgia flrollch of near Cayuga has tiled suit in Vermillion circuit Court seeking a divorce from Fred Orolli'h on grounds or desertion Tile plaintiff asks for the custody, By E. C SECAR Starring Popeye THIMBLE THEATRE SEE BONDER & MV ? VJELL HE-RE VJE ftHE, 1 Eft-IF T 6 ftUU A OREfSM BOX - rMftKt M THE SftMt TO YOO, I ... .Xn, i- vV LAKjiC tm rrsx n nM'-r writ I V vni TUlMW THIS SECRET CfSSTut- HftVt SEVEN Or AHtMlfH 16 SOME.THN&? PO0EV-VOO SHO0LO SEE ME. UlFFtKtN I VPnt OF THE WORUO ON HrXUlOVOEEN UTFAVVOOHftFJS ST 2Ffl I rpK wk isn't THIS the Comfort you have been seeking?? Haven't you always wanted WARM floors? Don't you want QUICK radiant heat, to' take the chill off the house QUICKLY in the morning, and warm TOU when you come in from out doora, chilled to the hone? Wouldn't you like a aat-lsfying EVEN temperature alt tnroHffb the house, so you wouldn't have to live In a Bingle room all winter? Isn't that the kind of home heating COMFORT you have been looking for Allrlgbt then NOW you can have it? The new DUO H U DI AN does ALL OF THIS and even more because it does It easily and economically; You MUST see thla marvelous new type heater. VVhy put up with the beat-IiiKi diBCOmforta of an ordinary heater when Duo Nubian oubIb you no more to own. By RUSS WESTOVER TILLIE THE TOILER jgf FIMe! MOW! WE fa VES, DOCTOR I I I'M TOT m MOVJ PULL HAR TAKf IT .. t WAS APPAIO litEF vimiM ' , flHtMlf Secret Operative 48 DANN DUNN I'M GOING TO GET OUR STAR FOR THI5-" DIDN'T BRIMG HER BACK ? VOU BIG m EFFIE, THI5 FELLOW OU6HT TO LOSE- WIS-JOB - jr ; HE DIDN'T BRING BABS BACK- TIM YOU'RE AJIO IF WE OON'T GET HER THROUGH WE WON'T GET THAT REWARD GET OUT OF THft ET Lo SHE'S GOING TO COLLECT cr INSTITUTION V rn-i 7 TV AND STAY OUT- JH- VOU'LL BE THROUGH --CAN'T EVEN HANDLE THESE. KIDS HERE NA.W, I COULDN'T Gt T BABS--THERE WAS BIG DAWG THERE WHAT NEARLV CHEWED ME UP AND THEN A, BIG HARD GUV COME IN huhpihI M, NOW, I I DID I ME . J 1 I I'D ry 111H. . 1 AT THE HOME:, ?HE Or FlCER PROM THE " HOME" WHO WA.5 SENT TO BRING BACK ARRIVED AT NUMBSKULL, VOU AM' PUSHED ME OUT. V ft?p ; I frjjM Hi! l'rA ,Mt?)5 EFRE5 ornce. THEN MATILDA. A.fslO A. J- Doughty FURNITURE RUGS OIL RANGES Quality Ffrnt, rm wy" Imw, 2?,2 Elm SL Phone 361 NOPTIMER -T, ARRIVE.

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