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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, January 27, 1937 PAGE SIX As Floodwaters Battered at Dyke Guarding Portsmouth, Ohio CLASSIFIED ADS Franklin Originator The grent French revolutionary watchword, "ca ira," ;s said to owe its origin to Benjamin Franklin, the words being his cheerful reply during our War of the Revolution, to a query about the new republic's chances of success in that struggle. For Sale Coal n mm j7 ; I H M r ' 1 - : Ill-' j ,) I'M 4 a 4-.- dyke which guarded the city from the rising waters which took terrific toll of property damage. One of the most seriously stiiken cities in the flood area was Portsmouth, )., where the raging waters of the Ohio river battered at the Greatest Woman Rifle Shot Annie Oakley was the greatest woman rifle shot the world has produced. She was born in 1866 and died in 1926. She traveled with Buffalo Bill's Wild West show in the 1890's. Sitting Bull gave her the name Little Sure Shot. In 1900 she was famous for her skill in hitting glass balls thrown into the air by the scores. Once she fired 1,000 shots in a contest and broke 943 balls. Ephedrine Drug From China The drug ephedrine was first prepared by Nagai in 1887 from the Chinese drug ma huang. 'Communism' Used in 1834 The word "communism" first was coined in the secret revolutionary societies of Paris between 1834 and 1839. Foods Rich in Iron Foods rich in iron include bacon, beets, dried fruits, egg yolk, green vegetables, legumes, nieat juices, mushrooms, nuts, oatmeal, oysters, poultry, shrimp and whole wheat. NOTICE! Speed Campbell's Radio Show AT HILL CHEST January 29, 8 P. M. SpoiiHored by Falrvlew P. T. A. I Tire Oe ami 2lc DALACC I FINAL TON1TE Li Treat Yourself to the Best And See Little Spanky! Starting Thursday Matinee MOTOR CO. II Opening jf the WED-THURS. Betty Boop Cartoon Paramount News 10c Pictorial 25c I"""' and .i aJ lrtoi Docy& ""If, y'ti, iii1 " a Tf ";:!';. Comedy V Ti" - k and I XL J raw hu, "QV w Ota n Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of tbeee). Next two daya Insertion: the same (c charge (you get three daya at double the coat of the first day). Next three daya insertion: the tome 8c charge (you get a whole week, six daya, at three times the cust of one Insertion). Kiirh group of three daya thereafter, 8c a line. Mark Face (Ilka thla), 10c per line. . All claaalfled ads Including memo rlanis and notice of all kinds roust m' paid In advance eicept those by regular riistonicra whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In Hie latter oaae the person aeklng the publication of the notice will be held responsuiie ror lis payment. Business Services READ THESE ADS EVERY DAY for late buying and selling tnror-matlon. 1)0 PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO find you and your particular type of service? Tell tbera! A want-ad costs very little. ODDS-AND-END8 MERCHANDISE will quickly find sale through this department. Tell the public what you have. Special offer of a permanent for a friend at 50c. Will lie good until February 1 at the Modern Way Beauty Shop. tea YOUR IGNITION SYSTEM needs periodic inspection. Neglect ie expensive. Causes power lops. J. L, Homey-Roberts Battery Company, 2215-228 Mulberry street, phone 6G. TIRE DOWN? PHONE 540. Weil get the tire, repair It, return It. Quick and reliable. Clinton Auto Wrecking Company, "ERNIE'S." FOR SALE Work mare and mine pony. Brown, Rosedale, Ind. Harry t70' Philco radio, 6. 127 Water St. t70 1936 V8 motor and lj-ton rear end. 646 North Tenth street. t70 Baled timothy hay. ware. Lewis Hardsell One 1931 Ford Tudor Sedan In good condition. Dallas Dickey, Summit drove. t68 Fat hens 45 pounds up. Dressed free. Mrs. J. F. Carlta. t71 One oak wardrobe, Frazier Co. $10. See Raynes-tC9 WANTED 300 People to Eat Supper with the Modem Martha Class of the Methodist Church Thursday from 6-7 p. m., 36c per plate, Includes drink and dessert. Splendid supper. t68 FOURTH, FIFTH AND VKIN BRAZIL BLOCK WOUK OSKI.LA, PHONE SIXTH COAL. 915-12. t72 PAID NOTICES CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for their many expressions of sympathy during our sad bereavement. The beautiful floral offerings were especially appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzbugh Wheeler. NOTK'F, EAfJLKN! Thursday night is our regular social night. All members are urged to attend. J. C. Hayslett, secy. t(9 DANCE Melody Belles Six-piece All-Girl Orchestra. Moose hall, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 8 to 12 P. M. Plenty of entertainment. Couples 60c, Men 36c, Ladies, 16c. 108 NOTICE Members Workers Alliance No. 81 be at Wednesday night meeting. Business of importance. John Bar-llshok. Bee. I6S- CARD OF THANKS To our friends, neighbors and relatives we wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation for their acta of kindness, sympathy, and the beautiful florul offerings received at the death of our beloved husband and rather, Sam Cleghorn. Also want to thank Rev. Laswell of Jonestown, the minister of the Rosedale M. E. church, the singers, and the C. II. Thomas Funeral Home. Wife, Mrs. Kllzabetb CUghorn, and son, Donald. tli8 For Sale or Trade Two good used trucks to trade for coal. Clinton Auto Company. 170 168 Personal FREE! If excess acid causes you Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indigestion, Heartburn, GET free sample doctor's prescription, Udga, at Gillis Pharmacy. Salesmen Wanted Coal heaters and electric appliances. Willing workers can earn good income. Apply at once, 319 South Main St., THE ROOT STORE. t69 READ THE ADS PHONE 919-3 for Brazil Block, 13.25 I'p; 6th Vein, 12.76 Up; 4th Vein. 13.25 UP. H. D. Harrison, Clinton. 66f Good cheap coal, phone 797-W. 67tf FOURTH VKIN COAL. UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO, 4, AND BLACK BKTTY NO. B. HAHI.KV HUFFMAN, rilONK 10. tt LEGAL NOTICES XOTH'K OF AII.MIN'ISTRATION Notice la hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Slate of Indiana, Administrator of the estale of Maurlzion Cones, late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate Is supposed to be solvent. SAM CONCA, Administrator. January 11, 1937. R. E. tiulnn, Attorney. 113-20-2737 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice l hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County, State of Indiana, Administratrix de bonis lion of the estate of Ann Edwards, late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estale Is supposed to be solvent. ELIZABETH TAYLOR, Administratrix de bonis non. January 11, 1937. R. E. (luinu, Attorney. , l13-Su-?.737 SHERIFF'S SALE By virture of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County. Indiana, in a cause wherein SANTE FORTE, JAMES MAfiNABOSCO, BARNEY GIACO-LETTO, BEN NARDI AND DONA-TO BALLERINI, AS TRUSTEES UNDER THE TERMS OF A DEED OF TRUST DULY EXECUTED FOR THE PURPOSE OF LIQUIDATING THE ASSETS OF NINTH STREET BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, NOW DISSOLVED, are plaintiffs, and LILLIAN BRUSHER and RAYMOND BRUSHER, are defendants, requiring me to make the sum of Eight Hundred Eighty-two and 89100 Dollars U882.89), with interest on said decree and costs, I will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder, on Saturday, the 20th day of February, 1937, be tween the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M., of said day. at the door of the Court House in Vermillion County, Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years, of the following Real Estate, to-wit: Lot Number Thirty-one (31) in Glendale Second Addition to the City of Clinton, Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, I will, at the same time and place expose at public sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to discharge said decree, interest and costs. Said sale will be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. January 23, A. D. 1937. ALLEN HENNIS, Sheriff, Vermillion County. Mark W. Lyday, Attorney for Plaintiffs. 125; 21-837. Markets CHICAGO. Jan. 27. Livestock: HOGS, 21,000; market 6c lower; holdovers, 2,000; top, $10.25; bulk $9.2510.20; heavy, $10. OO 10.20; medium. S9.9010.25; light $9.8510.20; light lights, $9,250 10.05; packing sows, $8.25 9.75; pigs. $7.009.60. CATTLE. 11,000; steady to 25c lower. Calves, 1500; market steady. Beef steers: good and choice, $10.00014.50; common and medium, $7.00 0 9.50; yearlings, $7.00 14.40. Butcher cattle: heifers. $5.00012.00; cows, $4.90 8.00; bulls, $4.5007.50; calves, $8.00012.00; feeder steers, $6.00 08.75; stocker steers, $5.0007.75: stocker cows and heifers, $4,00 0 7.00. SHEEP. 11.000; market weak; medium and choice lambs, $10,500 10.75; culls and common. $8,000 10.25; yearlings, $8.7509.75; common and choice ewes, $3.0006.10; feeder lambs, $8.5009.60. CHICAGO. Jan. 27. Weakness at Liverpool induced heavy selling in wheat futures at the opening here today and prices were to lc lower than the precedina close. Corn also was under pressure with prices to c off and oats 4 to c down. WHEAT: May, 127-128; July, 11 2-1 12 ; Sept., 108Vi-10. CORN: (new) May. 109-10914. Jii-y. nn; sept., 9914.; (0d OATS: May, 50-5014 Sept., 41. July, 44 Growth of Icicles Icicles grow faster on a .clear day, at zero weather, than they can on hazy days, even though the temperature goes down to 30 below. Early Name of Cincinnati The name Losantiville became Cincinnati at the word of Gen. Arthur St. Clair, first governnor of the Northwest territory. On a visit there in January of 1790, the rough-and-tumble soldier showed his dislike of what he called an effeminate-sounding name by ordering that the town be known as Cincinnati. This latter name was in honor of the Order of Cincinnatus, a society of officers of the American Revolution, They're Coming, COMING to Our Big MYSTERY SALE OF USED CARS Come and Learn the Reason JACKSON Grand Chosen. Citrus Queen In competition with 14 other beauties from 11 peninsular cities, Doris Harrison of Bartow, Fla was chosen queen to reign at the state citrus festival at Winter Have Paul Sturm Chosen to Help Make Survey of Indiana's Flood Areas Before Appropriation Is Settled (Continued from Page 1) am:e, vaccines and serums were being rushed into the flood area f.iis morning upon reports that contagious diseases were spreading. Scene of Flood Disaster Shifting Today From Ohio River Lowlands To Rich Mississippi Valley Acres (Continued from Page 1) waters, backed up oy mo Ohio, spread over their banks. Cincinnati suffered from an acute water shortage today, a situation which authorities expected to partially remedy, however, by diverting privately owned artesian wells and springs into the city mains. The danger of an epidemic from polluted water was serious. Red Cross authorities reported the relief situation in Cincinnati, Hamilton county, and In northern Kentucky "well In hand." TWELVE DIE IN CRASH ORAN, Algeria, Jan. 27. Twelve persons were dead today, victims of the crash of a Belgian air liner of the Brussels-Congo line. (1 COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday VIRGINIA WEIDLER in "Girl of the Ozarks" Comedy "Porky, Rainmaker" Also Short Subject 10c and 15c 1 11 1 f; : 1 f: ss&$; Doris Harrison awwoiiaij COUNTY GETS NO REFUGEES UNDER PRESENT PLANS (Continued from Page 1) perishable foods or clothing were again urged to bring it to the general headquarters at the WPA oTflce or call either the relief office or police station and trucks will be sent to bring contributions in. Rural mall carriers have also offered to bring in any donations given them by persons living along their routes, D. Cordingley said. ' Drives were in full swing In Falrview and Universal today with the appointment of Conrad Kite as chairman for the former and John Secondlno and Mrs. Harry Lewis as co-chairmen for the latter. Following is a list of donations made to the Red Cross since yesterday: Boy Scouts $210.50; I. O. O. F., $25; Loyalty Sunday School Class of M. E. Church, $8.75; Moose Lodge, Delta Theta Tau sorority, Ricatlda Stages, each $10; Woman's Relief Corps, A. A. A. club, Dreamland Pleasure club. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Kell, Bert Huffman, Dr. E. W. Cordingley, Matt Rodeghiero, Moth er's club, J. B. Stine. Mr, and Mrs. Louis Gambaiani, and the Tuesday Bridge club, each $5; Current Event and Art club, $4: Hill Crest Christian Endeavor Society, $3; Roberta's Tavern, $2.50; Joe Davey, Dr. C. M. Zlnk, Howard Clover, Charles Farnsworth and Clinton Hotel Employes, each $2; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Fugitt, Pearl Scott, Hunger-ford Family, Mrs. Jack Craig, William Habicht, Charles Cluder, Vernon Cluder, Don Stitt, Common Labor Union, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blair, Mary Blair, B. F. Harrison. Richard Walters, Mrs. L, McKay, Rose Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Touhey, J. Nick Didler, I. D. Hautz. R. M. Stwalley, Harold Wlseharl and Robert Reynolds, each $1; and Mrs. Hannah Burton, 50c. The Red Cross director of Southern Indiana who is in the fl.io-icd district at Evansvllle has requested that the Clinton Chapter keep all additional food and clothing collected here until definite Instructions are sent as to where the distribution should be made. THREE MEN TO BE EXTRADITED NEW YORK, Jan. 27--Extradition papers were prepared today for thrre men arrested in Miami, Fla., In connection with the hold-up of a Brooklyn Ororers association on Jan. 5 in which $000 was obtained. The men's names were given as David Friedman, Robert Case and Sidney Elnhorn. The Widow's Stone In the Greek language the word amethyst meant not drunken. The Greeks believed that this gem protected them against drunkenness. Any man who placed an amethyst under his tongue might drink any amount of wine with impunity, they said. Placed n.der,the head of a sleeping person it produced pleasant dreams. It restored lost memory and turned away wrath. Pearson's London Weekly. Has Supernatural Vison In Malaya a supernatural vision is attached to the little lemur, or monkeylike animal, called the slow loris. During the day, says a writer in Collier's Weekly, this nocturnal creature frequently has to protect his large, hypersensitive eyes, for a few minutes at a time, by covering them with his hands. Consequently the natives think he is constantly seeing ghosts. BANKS IN TROUPE When Noble Sissle . and his talented entertaining orchestra makes Us appearance in Tern; Haute Saturday niht, Jin. 30, at the Trianon, pleasure seekers will 1m afforded an opportunity to see Billy itufiktt, famed for his clever art of mimicry, who has delighted audiences both in this country and in Europe with his comedy antics. tanks rendition of The Man on the Flying Trapeze" Js a classic in Itself, while lie Is no less amusing with his crooning and tap-dancing. flMM ami i il POPE REPORTED FEELING BETTER VATICAN CITY, Jan. 27 Pope Plus slept soundly lut night and seemed considerably refreshed, a Vatican spokesman said today. Wounds In both legs, affected by varicose veins, were healing, the spokesman said, and pain was di minished. The pope's appetite was better he said, and he was more cheerful, Prof. Amiuta Miluni, the Vatican physician, visited the pope as usual this morning. His stay was per haps his shortest during the pope's illneBs. At 10 a. m. the pope was taken In his wheel chair to the salon of his private apartment. There he re ceived Cardinal Pacelll. his secretary of state, and Cardinal Mercuti, chief of the Vatican llhury and archives. ' PATIENT QUIZZED IN WIFE'S DEATH FORT WAYNE. Ind.. Jan. 27 Police yesterday questioned Oeorge Hyde, charged witli the murder of his wife January 8, regarding a motive and threatening note allegedly sent. Hyde is in St. Joseph's hospital recovering from self-Inflicted head wounds. Hyde, who is still in a strait jacket, was reported by police to have said he shot his wife "to save her the embarrassment of my suicide." Bad First Paper Factory The Keystone state can lay claim to the Brst paper factory, the first soda pulp mill, the first experiments with the sulphite process, ard paper pulp from wood. The first paper mill was established at Roxborough, now part of Philadelphia, in 1793, by David Rittenhouse, and the paper was turned out from rags by band labor. CAPITOL THEATIRE Sunday, Jan. 31 f EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE NAME 1 L YOU'LL BE SURPRISED J m wsr m m m 0 r rmm w .sr "PCKO'. THPCTURS 'o. l IT, 11 ' V k XT ''III

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