The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 28, 1937 · Page 2
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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) I Tuesday, January .23, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWO ANNUAL H.VtM IAL HTATKMKXT OK VKItMlLLION COUNTY, 1IM A, FOR THE YEAR OF I9B8. Marooned Indian Mounds Big Job Airlieoifltjists estimate that it would l;ike 1.000 men 100 years to lunld all the Indian mounds in Ohio. Behind the Seen 0- Kerelpls 14. 604. 09 i in - County Revenue Balance Jnn. 1st, 136 Salary of Clerk Clerk's Per Diem Clerk's Fees Office Expenses NEWPORT SCOUTS GATHERSUPPLIES Trarkload of Food, Clothing Is Driven From Coimty Seat to Vincennes HOLLYWOOD .'162.89 W him Van Dyke's office T That'aj vt the luckiest on the lot." Answering Your Questions! Mra. DOES BLADDER IRRITATION WAKE YOU UP?- It's not normal. It's nature's warning. "Danger Ahead." Make this -5c test, l'se huchu leaves. Juniper nil, and 6 other drugs made into little green lalilHs. to flush out excess acids and impurities. Excess acids cin cause irritation resulting in gel-ting up nights, scanty flow, frequent dc-dre. burning, backache, and leg iciins. .lust say Hukets to your drug, gist. Ill four days if nut pleased vonr 25c will he refunded. Glllis I'liainiac.v. . adv. B172 Hilary Davis. Los Angeles: Olivia de Havilland's father la still alive. but Uvea In Tokio, where he la ln; business. Her mother name la now Fontaine, ! With Jean Harlow playing In a picture with Robert Taylor, Bill Powell apparently la taking no chances. He sends flowers to her dressing room every day, covering her dressing room table with gardenias. . i j NEWPORT. Jan. 2S The Boy Scouts of Newport were di-mi'seii from ichool about 10 o'clock Monday morning and, under the direction of Scoutmaster Omar McMas-tera and the American Lesion, worked all day gathering food and clothing for flood sufferers. L. P. NelBons' store was their headquarters and hy evening there was a truck load of food and clothing packed ready to he sent out. V. n. nwlggins. accompanied by Jack Nelson, left Wednesday morning In the Dwlggins truck for Vincennes with these supplies which will he turned over to a Red Cross Chapter or the American Legion of that place. By HARRISON CARROLL V)pricht. ISM, King Faalurea byndleata Ine. HOLLYWOO D. Somewhere along the route to England and back, Virginia Field has ahed all her romances. She left here reported, on the one hand, as secretly engaged to Prince Constantln of Lichensteln, and, on the other, as being interested In her youthful puardian, Blake Owen Smith. Published reports of her romance with the prince got hie allowance cut, she says, and weren't based on anything serious anyway. Nor is she engaged to her guardian, she declares. , Which leaves her free to concentrate on her career. "Lloyds of London" helped that along tremendously. Astrid Allwyn, who was In the middle of a picture when she eloped with Robert Kent, got time oft for the ceremeny by telling Director Chuck Relsner she had some Important shopping to da . . t. i nimrtnr Richard Tfc flnar vraino- VOlCS Of BobOV f 1 uAn atnea "i-p Maria" at the fu neral services for John Miltern,. f ? veteran actor, who was sinica down by an automobile In front of the home of his friend, Basil Rath-bone. There is a reason for this. . . . Only a few day before his' ! v, uiitem heard the bov actor HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 LBS. A DAY Doctor! m jcrar kidoeyi sOnUin 15 mTlM of tiny tubni or 61ts which help to purity the blood nd keep you beliiiy. Moat people pnw about apintaaaayoraboutSpounas of nBif. Frequent or acanty pBJMagea with amarurg and burninf ahowa tbera may b BomethiiiH Tong with your kidneya or bladder. An etrefS of arida or poisona in yntjr dIom. rn-hen due to functional kidney disorder, ronv be the cbum of nugpnjjt bafkache, rheuma-i-pHina, lumbago, leg paina, loae of pep and rn-tbv, gftting up nigcita, aweUing, putnnesa m.'ler the evet, beadarhes and diitineaa. Don't waitl Auk your drupgist lor Uoan's Pill iwwi ureeasfnliy by miDiona for rer 4') rrara. They give happy relief and will hrlp tins s milf of kidney tuhea fiuah out pniiTious a?te from your blood. Get Doan'a Pilts. sing the song and commented how Disbursements i 1,920.00 80.00 633.70 900.00 2.240.06 2.534.00 2.395.95 1.920.00 905.99 1200.00 642.40 1.210.00 414.00 900.00 1920.00 8.441.48 78.40 999.96 1.500.00 S31.41 1.710.00 25.00 140.02 300.00 750.00 1.120.00 45.29 385.00 24.75 322.50 475.39 38.51 899.74 960.00 161.41, 472.85 i sno.oo ; 800.00 260.00 1065. ('0 600.00 164.00; 265.00 265.00 390.00 2.019.00 469.40 1.615.00 2,834.27 86.15 1,113.61 1.945. 5H 786.90 2.052.00 7.580.43 9. 00. 00 5.000.00 3.199.90 1.503.05 6.809.85 1.T65.00 1,367.30 63.95 604.00 6.00 247.00 1. too. 00 1.760.00 1.180.66 1,330.83 29.25 851.12 145.48 ine ut-aui " - Boleslawski robs Hollywood of a gallant gentleman. He was a brave man who kept his counsel In the This flood-bound cow presents a pathetic picture as she stands above the swirling flood near Kennett, Mo., where all families have been moved to safety from the St. Francis River Valley. sweet It was to near it renuereu vyt the voice of a child. j Day's Gossip: Luise Rainer wears her wedding ring on her' right hand. . . . The princely favors of the Maharajah of Indore included a trip to California for the beach boy who attended him in Hawaii. The boy, named Akana, now Is in Hollywood and will play a bit In the Crosby picture. "Wal-i.m.i M'.iiT.rr" . . . Anita Louise. face of Knowieage inm n was near at hand. Three days before the fatal heart attack, he told 1.1. I !. rnpenentative. Dave Epstein, that he might die any minute, -uon i m u. ,m "hut . when It comes. Olivia de Havilland and Busby one, see that my wife la not alone In Berkeley are the tnree laiesi victims In the film colony. ... Mary Maguire. Warners' Australian find, Is back from a quota . . u-r(f.n ... That WBS TV EDICT her trouble." Yi,-" n he was affection ft Clerical Assistants Salary of County Auditor 163. B6 Auditor's Fees : Offlcn Expense Clerical AssiFtanls Balmy of County Treasurer Office Expense Clerical Assistants. . 642 40 S Fees on Dellnnuent Persenal Tax Salary of County Recorder 1 .589.75 Recorder's Fees Orflra Expense Recorder's Deputy Salary Salary of County Sheriff 8S8.5S Sheriff's Fees Olfire Expease neputy Sheriffs tor Emergencies 9.70 Salsry of County Surveyor Office Expense , ? Salary of County Superintendent . Expense of County Teachers Institute Office Expense Traveling Expense Deputy Hire i Salary of County Assessor Office Expense . Per Diem County Coroner Office Expense and Supplies All Other Expense Salary County Health Commissioner Office Expenses and Supplies All Other Expenses Salary of County Commlraioners Office Expense and Supplies Salary of County Council . Salary of County Attorney Salary of Pauper Attorney County Board of Review Per Diem Per Dlm of Attendance Officer Office Expense and Supplies Assessing Highland Township Assessing Eugtne Township Assessing Vermillion Township Assessing HeU Township Assessing Clinton Township Repair of Court House Bldgs. Etc. Janitor and Other Employees Supplies Repair of County Jail Bldg. Etc. Supplies Poor Farm New Bldgs. Etc. Repair of Bldrs. Etc. Salary Superintendent, Physician. Etc. 1,752.93 Supplies Mother's Aid Expense Orphans in Other Institutions Expense State Penal-Benevolent Inmates Expense of Insanity Inquests Election Expense Expense ef Soldier Burials Expense Public Printing and Adv. , Expense Farmers Institute 70.49 Expense Miners Examination Board Expense Justice of Peace Expense Employes Special Contract School Fund Investigator Salary Expense and Salary County Agent 1,886.09 Expense School Fund Loans 192.00 Rent County Offices Tubercular Indigents Testing T. B. Cattle Premiums on Official Bonds 157.98 Taxes Refunded 1.700.00 Exam. Public Records 22.265.00 Old Age Pensions Registration Expens? County Agriculture Fairs 26.77 Other Receipts Salary Prosecuting Attorney 526 31 Prosecuting Attorney Fees Office Expense 130.00 Salary of Special JFudgc Expense of Juries Official Reporter Per Diem of Bailiffs Expense Board Children's Guardians Per Diem Probation Officer, etc. Court Room Expense Orders of Judge Return of Fugitives 1.303.99 Intangible Tax 1,333.40 Excise Tax 125.844.86 Connty Tax Balance December 31. 1936 ately known In Hollywood, had a Eddie Grainger with Mary Rogers at the Victor Hugo. . . . Eddie lXIwe I FUNERAL HOME : Lowe will succumo anu ouj .!., OTinntA . - . And drift ing smudge smoke from the nearby JONESTOWN JONESTWVN, Jan. 2S. Maty Gorbam spent Sunday afternoon with Mabel Glaze. The Aid Society met with Mrs. Davis Wellman Thursday. Revival meeting of the Jonestown U. B. Church is starting January 31. Everyone has an invitation. Mr. and Mrs. Owin Hutswm and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Hiitson. Atlas Holston and son. Charles, visited James Hutson aiid family Monday. Mrs. Brownie Miller and Mrs. Vlnnie Johnson and families spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Vandiver. citrus orcnaros i i""s mwi cameramen plenty of head aches on exterior shots. lively sense or numor. Some time ago Roy Del Ruth was signed to make a picture at M. G. M. and asked the studio to assign him a certain office which he considered lucky. Boley happened to be occupying this office. A note arrived from the studio manager, asking if he would be willing to change with Del Ruth and explaining the reason why. Boley agreed, but penciled back a message: "Why don't you give DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE IO0 Flash! At the Trocadero with husband Rex Bell, Clara Bow startled stay-up-later by displaying dark brown hair. The Bells were snowed out of their ranch and will be in Hollywood for two months. Meeting Postponed The business and social meeting ef the Ladies Aid Society of the Melhodiat Church, which was to have met on Thursday afternoon, bas been postponed. The Electa Sun-rlny School Class meeting scheduled to meet Friday night has alto been losi polled. Mr. and Mrs. William Jlegarly spent Wednesday in Indianapolis. Irvin Hollingsworth. who is a ft-tnl.er of the Butler University !: -ml, has been named for member-ib:p In the local chapter of Kappa K 'tipa Psi. national honorary musical fraternity. number of concerts lias been hooked for this hand during the spring semester. A concert engage-jii-nt is scheduled for the group at KWlh's theatre in Indianapolis on F-liiuary 7. Irvin is the son of Mrs I'-m Hollingsworth of this place pii'l graduated from Newport high clicol with the class of '3i. "hartes Gardner has returned to t 'tlln. 111., after spending several t! cys, with Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Saunders and family. .Mr. and Mrs. Orville Adams, who have been ill for the past week, arc getting better. Miss B. I. Pittman and Mrs. Clair Van Sant spent Monday in Roekvillo Have Marshall and Bill Jackson or Chicago and Bill Hegarty, stu-d-ts of Wabash College, are spend-th" mid-semester vacation with the Inter's parents. Mr,, and Mrs. 'Willi.'' m Hegarty. Irvin Moore, who bas an Inter-i t In the Newport Mining Co., and i I and Barney Davey of Montezuma 1 1 irted to Louisville, in a speed boat r n after the flood became serious. Moore lived In Louisville for a vnihcr of years before coming to Montezuma. The Daveys are exner- ning. January 20. Mrs. Doan was a graduate of Newport High School with the class of '29 and has been emnloved in Danville several years. Ideas of Infernal Regions Some of the medieval ideas of the Infernal regions, celebrated in poetry and art. can be traced to religion of the ancient Etruscans. Mr. Doan graduated from Danville high school the same year and is a insurance salesman In Kankakee, where they will make their home. ienced handlers of a boat and they thought that they could ho of as sistance. Irvin llnllingsworlh of Indianapolis is the guest of his mother. Mrs. Kern Hollingsworth. and family. There will be a benefit card party ;it the K of P hall Wednesday evening. February given by the Knights of Pythias and the Pythian Sifters. Refreshments will he served alter (he games. Mrs. Iluth Hair or near Newport announce the marriage of her daughter, pelores. to tleorge S. Doan. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Doan of Kankakee. 111. The service Denning "Inr-peach" To impeach a person holding public office, from President down, is to bring accusations of misconduct against him and call him to account before a competent tribunal. In this country, the house of representatives has the power to impeach federal officers, while the senate has sole power to try all 35,325.00 750.00 1,700.00 2,000.00 60.5C 170.00 404.60 1,000.00 887.00 45.53 1.000.00 457.62 158.68 were read hv Rev. John M. New- some at the First r.aptist Church in Danville. III.. Wednesday eve , Modernize with Pictorial Review of Stricken Flood Areas 37,581.56 I "' 1 .$174,990.83 Overdraft TOTALS.. Miscellaneous Funds i)isbnrsements County Revenue 1137,409.27 PHILCO AUTOMATIC TUNIMG A demonstration of the new Philco 10X will prove to you how modern radio can be! One twirl and "Click . . there's your station!" tuned instantly, perfectly, with automatic accuracy. And with such features as Philco Fop-eign Tuning System, Color Dial, Inclined Sounding Board, it's one of the best-performion & the new Philcos! CoM t itA PhitcB Wtt"Frimcy Aerial to imurt rrfrif foretell reception. tAST TERMS LIBERAL ALIOWANCES Balance 37.681.66 32.937.90 6,274.23 20,010 63 U 'i --A Gravel Road Rprs. Bond or Sink. Fnd. Connty Hoenital Taxation Twp. Rd. Bonds and Interest Tax Sale Redemp, Depository Interest Mortgage Tax Principal .Common Prin. Congressional Priu. Per. End'wni't interest Common ,774 69 104.60 29.50 3.348.52 1.442 68 96.58 48.191.02 52.766.94 32.922 39 50,051.92 1.386.70 13.325.00 1.100.00 24.237.67 7.708.7.1 1.239 98 916.33 9.955,71 V OSFIOH BROTHERS : "Radio's Home" I 224 Blarkman Strecl Phone 169-W I 14.S47.3S 6.569.56 982.90 509 00 168.00 1. J Y-Oti- 4 . V 200 00 Int. Congressional Int Per. End'wm't Flns 4t Forfeitures Ryerson Wl Fd Prin Ryersor. Wl Fd Int Stale Tax Hannah Cssebeer Cem. Trust Fund Priii State School Tax State Sol Melu Fnd. State Teh Pen Fnd Ind. Brd. ef Agri. Inheritance Tax State Forestry Docket Fees Intangible Tax (Stamp Salts) Township Tax ri i Zjr ffe, I fsTOP YOURE f I 10VE TO SEE sn' Ol DRIVING ME j I THE CHILDREN HAVE f ?l "j ti" , 1174.990.83 Receipts $174,990.83 81,128.92 58.041.17 62.933.02 59,826.61 104 50 1,386.70 29 5 16.673.52 2,543.68 96.58 9.390 29 1.139.17 257 US 1 .13 gnu no 168 00 9.955.71 200.00 12.594 19 6 4 5 "I! 3.870 14 664 43 4 491 76 322 64 80.00 2.107.05 1 024 66 97.703 6! 92.689 81 32 039 56 1.372.02 3,!.ll 96 6.858 Tl 2.209 85 5.363.39 31.540 til 2.4IMI 80 833 66 T8.S2 1.420. 25 409.52 70.143.47 145.419.61 24.494.64 1.60 44.460.86 125.06 12.594 19 645. n 3,879 14 564 43 4.S66.70 822.54 80.00 2.107 05 19.024 66 97.T03.62 92.689 61 32 069 56 ' Lrectuig emergency iUkm vt H&zMvn, 1a4L " 1.372.02 1.033.93 Local Tuition Tax Special School Tax Sp. Schl. Bond Tax Road Tax Imangthle & Excise Tax Distribution Com. Schl. Revenue Surplus Dog Fund Library Fund Corporation Tax Waier Works '(Mx Electric Light Tax Par Tax Sink. Fund Ccrp. Civil Twp. Bond and Interest County Gen. Pmr Co. Poor Fnd. Con. Co. Poor Bond Fnd County Poor Bond Redemption Fand Public Weltare 3.91 I 98 6.856 Tl 1.176 92 5.362.39 34.540 81 2.400.80 831 64 73.32 1,620.26 409 52 34.44T.6i 1 19.206 89 23,354.49 Do you "fly all to pieces" when the children are noisy, or when the vegetables burn, or when the jelly won't "jell?" Some mothers are just naturally cranky. Some mothers are cross and impatient because they are nervous. If you are a natural crank, DR. MILES NERVINE won't do much for you. If you are irritable because your nerves are overtaxed, DR. MILES NERVINE will do a lot for you. Do you suflcr from Sleeplessness. Restlessness. Nervous Irritability, Nervous Headache, or Nervous Indigestion? Do you worry over trifles, start at sudden noises? Overtaxed nerves will cause all these troubles, and DR. MILES NERVINE will help you to relax those overtaxed nerves. Why don't you give it a trial on our guarantee of satisfaction or your money back? Your druggist can tell you about DR. MILES NERVINE. He has been selling it ever since he started clerking in a drug store. Dr. Miles Nervine comes in two forms Liquid and Effervescent Tablets. Both equally effective in quieting overtaxed nerves. Both sell for 25f and $1.00 depending on the size of the package. 36.695 79 26,213 72 1. 140. 15 1 60 9.275.78 35.185.08 :: f ts t : I - i 11, 1 080.246.46 TOTALS 1916.619.56 $186,026.74 $ 22,399.84 BaJ. in all funds Dec 81. 1936 $163,626.90 Respectfully submitted this 27th day of January. 1937. C. B. COOPER. Auditor D. M. HAKNA HARRY MrCP.EA, Treauter O. K. WEATHERMAN CLEVE JONES 1 Board of Commissioners Patronize Our Advertisers Btness aectiv ef. Cincinnati Inundated.

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