The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on February 3, 1937 · Page 6
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February 3, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Wednesday, February 3, 1937 Page Six The, Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Flood Victims Fight Pestilencei CLASSIFIED APS JONESTOWN AIDS FLOOD VICTIMS Sell It With a Classltl Ad Phone 41 Before 11 o'clock! PAID NOTICES Rates for Classified Adi Ravens Larger Than Crow Larger than a crow, not as large as a vulture, ravens measure nearly two feet from beak to tip of tail. Their glossy black plumage, inky beaks and jellike eyes give them a funereal appearance which is heightened by the hoarse croaks they emit. Ravens have been tenants of the London Tower for so long that no one knows when they first come One may conjecture that not long nfter William the Conqueror founded this great fortress, ravens flew in from the then surrounding forests to nest on its high turretn. and Paid Notices Flret day ot Insertion: 8c for each FHEE! If excess acid causes you Stomach Ulcers. lias Pains, Indigestion. Heartburn, GET free sample doctor's prescription, Udga, at Gillis Pharmacy. reading line (one column line, like C For Sale Coal U. B. Sunday School, Ladies Aid Make Cash Contribution To Help Refugees JONKSTOWN, Fell. :! The I'. II Sunday Hrlinnl ii n rl (lie I, miles' Aid Snrlely sent. $10. 'Jt; lt aid fhmd vie tims. Tin' I' II. rhui'Hi Is hiiMiiia a revival. ICveryhoily has an llivltiitiiin. Mr. and Mrs. I in i rni'-yer mid fain ily culled on Mr. mid Mrs. liex Mey one of these). Next two days Insertion: the sam to charge (you got three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 8c charge (you got a whole week, six days, at tbroe times the cost nf one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Hlark Face (like this), 10c per line. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday PHONE 919-3 for " Brazil Block, 3.2li I p; titli Vein. $2.75 I'p; 4lh Vein, $3.25 Up. H. D. Harrison. Clinton. sfit Cood cheap coal, phone 797-W. B7tf "Two Fisted Gentleman11 FOURTH VKINCOAIj, I'NTVERSAI-. MIAMI NO. 4, AND I1LACR BUTTY NO. ft. 1IAKLEY HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. 64tf KiTerts nf Alcohol The average man with a normal heart still appears sober when his blood contains .1 per cent of alcohol. He is still fairly well in control of his faculties when the percentage has been increased to .25. But between .25 per cent and .4 per cent, asserts a writer in Collier's Weekly, he becomes unconscious and between .7 per tent and 1 per cent he dies. ers and family. Mr. mid Mrs. Winnie Mnnt mtniery or Itosedale ret ii riiefl linme Sunday. They spent tile weeli with Mrs. Han' Clegliorn and son llonald. villi JAMES DUNN WANTED 432 South Third t.78 , Girl for housework. Street. Comedy GAGS and GALS' . All classified ads Including memo-rlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those bj regular customers whoso accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter ease the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for its payment., Business Services READ THESE ADS EVERY DAT for late buying and selling Indianapolis, number. All (Jack) Livestock hauling to Will pick up any stock insured. James ray. phone 447-J. Columbus Touched Porto Rico Columbus and his men touched at Porto Rico November 19, 149.'), hurriedly explored it and named it San Juan Bautista in honor of Prince Juan, heir to the Spanish throne. 1 Oc and 1 5c Miss Mary Corhiim spent the weekend in Terre Haute'. Kverett Crowder visited Mr. and Mrs. John Snodgrass from Wednesday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sultels and Tamlly of Yeddo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Darryl daze and family. Mr. and Mrs. Brine Pearman and ram-lly were afternoon callers, Mrs. Omer Oshorne and daughter. Alherta. called on Mrs. Brownie Miller and family. The Ladies Aid Society met at Mrs Davis Wellman's Thursday. Miss Katherina Greene spent from DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO find you and your particular type of service? Tell them! A want-ad costs very little. Flood victims battle disease ODDS-AND-KNUS MERCHANDISE will quickly find sale through this department. Tell the public what you have. This sign above a Cincinnati emergency relief cafeteria warning volunteers to wash their hands in solution is graphic indication of the precautions taken to avoid a widespread epidemic as a result of unsanitary conditions following the flood. : Markets INDIANAPOLIS. Feb. 23 Livestock: HOGS G.non. Holdovers, 12.L 160 lbs. up, 10 rents higher, underweights steadv to 10 cents higher. 160-180 lbs.. $10.50; 200-210 lbs., $10.50; 235-250 lbs., $10.45; 250--60 lbs.. $10.40: 289-300 lbs., $10 25: 300-325 lbs.. $10.20; 155-160 lbs.. $10.25 $10.35; 130-140 lbs.. $9.50 tfp $9.60; 100-110 lbs.. $8.75 $8.85. Sows strong to 10 cents higher. Bulk. $9.25 $8.75; top. $9.85. CATTLE 1.300. Calves. 700. Generally steady. Most steers. $7.75 0 $9.75. Heifers largely, $6.50 $8.00. Beef cows. $4.00 & $5.75. Low cutlers. $3.75 $4.50. Vealers 50 cents lower. 10 down. SHEEP 1.500. Lambs strong to 25 cents higher. Bulk good and choice natives and fed western lambs. $10.25 $10.50. Mrs. Ray ff 10cWED.-THU.25c f if hCTjAJ) PARAMOUNT NEWS J)ltJi OSWALD in M' "Unpopular Mechanic" 'fJllL' JVCTZJIRlSS Better Housing News Flashes j" "" Tho New Universaprwents The star-discovery of the age I ' 7 DORIS NOLAN n THE MAN .Jv ( MARRY h r A MICHAEL WHALEN daughter, Esther and Mr. and Mrs. j the weekend with his aunt Eaton VTvnru attended the funeral of Wright, and Mr. Wright,. Friday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. dene Stqwart of Dana. Jack Dorfmeyer spent the week end in Terre Haute with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cleghorn had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Bert Blue and family fruni Indianapolis. Mrs. Clegliorn is improving hut not ahle to he out. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Clegliorn and family spent Sunday afternoon in Rosedale visiting relatives. Helen Pearman spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Darryl (Haze and family. anil daughter, .were Ju Terre Anson Miller in Clinton Monday Mrs. Amy Sturm morning. Mary, and son, Roy Make your own job. Own Interest in your own Business. Opportunity for eight good miners with $25 each to get possession ot an exceptionally good truck mine. See I. C. Easter, 1427 South Fifth Street. t77 BUY USED TIRES AT GREAT SAV- INGS. Wc have many sizes. Every tire a good Investment. A. Dumes. Haute Friday. MOHAIR DAVENPORT and CHAIR, nearly new. Used three burner Perfection oil stove. Used American Radiator VIcto Heater. Lee Hain Furniture Store, 235 South Main St. Ramon Snodgrass spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Misliler Margaret. Virginia and Woodrow Crane and Ivoraine, Lois and Melvin Jones attended an all-day institute ot the Epworth League' of the sub-district in Kockville Saturday. Classes were held from 9:30 a. m. until 3:30 p. ni. , Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crane and children were Sunday dinner guests or Mr. and Mrs. Hal lo Frist and family. Mr. and Mrs. timer Myers and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. Henry Ford is ill of influenza. Billy Birt of Terre Haute spent of Kidley, Illinois. Spectacle Glass Spectacle glass differs from that used in windows and bottles. It is composed of silica, lime and soda and other ingredients used to impart particular qualities. This "mix" is heated in handmade ceramic pots for twenty-four hours at white heat. Following this operation the molten glass is poured on a steel casting table and treated in specially controlled ' annealing ovens to remove stains and to prevent the glass from cracking. On leaving the annealing ovens i the glass passes into the cutting room and finally is ground and polished. IGNITION TROUBLE BEGINS before you realize it. Drive your car in and we'll make a complete inspection. J. L. Rornny-Koberts Battery Company, 226-228 Mulberry Street. Phone 56. CHICAGO. Feb. 3 Further gains were recorded in Wheat futures at the opening here today on buying encouraged by strong Liverpool cables. First prices were to 1 cents higher with the nearby options showing the greatest strength. Corn followed the action of the market leader with prices H to cent up at the opening and Oats also advanced H to cent. WHEAT May. 129V4-; July 113-; Sept. lOSt-. CORN New. Mav 1058-; July 100-100 54; Sept. 944-. OATS May 50V4-; July 44 FOR SALE hay. Lewis Baled timothy ware. John Deere 12-in. tractor plow. Excellent condition. 4 steel shears. Inauire 6 miles north. 1 mile west STARTS MATINEE THURSDAY ANOTHER GREAT PICTURE PALACE t75 and i-mi. north of Clinton. Electric sewing machine and a lady's fur coat. 545 Blackman street. t"4 BIRTHDAY DINNER HELD AT CENTER Alfalfa hay. Inquire. John Kastei Crompton Hill. t75 THE BEST SELLING BOOK of All Time Charles M. Sheldon's Immortal Novel which Sold 20,000,000 Copies Mrs. Eliza Ford Reaches Age of 81; Many Guests Present For Celebration 25 Acres. Former "William Holt farm. Good improvements. Located IS miles northwest of Geneva. Dennis Grounds. t77 One gilt six months old. James Jones, Lyford. t"4 THEY SOUGHT ONLY THE RIGHT TO LOVE! YOUTH before the bar of justice . . . charged wiih the crime of love . . . guilty of living a life of service and devotion . . . THEY turned the tables on their bewildered elders and made them realize the existence of a higher law which governs all mankind. Fruit trees, shrubs and flowers and all kinds of landscaping of the famous Stark Nurseries. Also monuments and markers made by Durham Monument Company. Representative. Carl D. Williams. 425 Lincoln Street, "Faiiview," Clinton. Ind. t74 CENTER. Feb. 3 Mrs. Eliza Ford celebrated her Slst birthday with a family dinner on Sunday. Her birthday was on January 30. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ira ("lliurch of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Ilnmnr Ritchie of Faiiview, Mrs. Howard Clover and children of near Centenary. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ford and daughter. Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Myers and daughter Barbara Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Milli- FOR RENT Modern sleeping room and light housekeeping rnnms. Vine street. t7 can of near Bono. Mr. and Mrs. Beit Fold and & - Clinton's Most Beautiful Theatre TONIGHT and THURSDAY THE ICACTT Of DEI RIO! THE VERVE OF DODO, 1 1. J I.! Aef,MUIIC and MURDER! CBITEIION rilMS DOWJUK UULUMtj UtL HIU an id n H j - . t j t Extra Cartoon Newt Act t A GRAND NATIONAL PICTURE LAST SHOWING TONITE STANDARD PRODUCTS Of All Kinds Atlas Tire and Batteries MUHSON Cc HESLER Third & Elm Road 163 Dickenson's Service Station State Road 163 ( Centenary ) BATTERY CHARGING A SPECIALTY Atlas Tires U. S. L. Batteries STANDARD SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Hudson Terraplane MILLER'S SERVICE GARAGE 115 Elm Phone 665-J nnDCNTr BASIL DESMOND ... SYDNEY T IOI ACI.S ori ClOICI IUD Policed hf MARCEL HELLMAN -2m Children 10c Adults 15c

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