1 Tuesday, September 12, 1914. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN AtogeSlx A disastrous of the war against Japan's BUSINESS SERVICES St. Bernice Current Events Officers Visit at Local Homes This Week; Party Honors Corporal, Wife Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Doan had a lottcr from their son, Charles, who Is with the U. 8. Army In Persia. Ho expects to enjoy a trip to the mountains and lo tho Caspian Sea while ou a furlough in the near future. Pvt. Hilly Elliott (Slpea) brother of Stanley and Merlin Elliott is ex pected lo arrive in the. U. s. A. soon. He has been In a hospital In Eng land being treated for a serious leg Injury. Second Lt. George Hailley Is en joying a ten-day furlough wnn ins nnrenls. Mr. and Mrs. George nan- ley on I hn Jonestown Road. He has lust completed a course In advanced Training in the Air Corps and re ceived his "Wings" on Sept. 8 at Pecos, Texas. At the close of this furlough ho will proceed to Yuma, Ariz, for a new assignment. Ensign W. E. Maloney of New Orleans, La. accompanied by his wife and little daughter, called on friends and relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Stuart enter tained Sunday Mr. Stuarts sister. Mrs. James Keisner of Cory, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hale and son. Jack, of Torre Haute. Ensign (J. O.) John Nelson. Jr. stopped on his way from San 1- ran-clsco, Calif, to visit his wife and little son; also his parents, Mr. and Mrs! J. B. Nelson of St. Bernice. Thomas Underwood has returned from a trip to Omaha. Neb. where ho visited Mr. and Mrs. James Hall and Mr. and MrB. Clyde Goodwin and family. . Pvt. Teddy Hehman, Jr. of Fort Bragg. N. C. was on furlough for a few dayB with his parents last week. : Mrs. Iva Woolen and children, Eleanor, Nancy and Norman were guests at a surprise birthday dinner at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Norvel Bynum on Crompton Hill last Sunday. The dinner was In honor of Cpl. and Mrs. Fern Wooten. lt being Mrs. Wooten's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilly C.reen of here and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heber, Jr. were also guests. Cpl. Wooten left this week for Camp Bowie, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Nye Parker and son. Jack, accompanied by Mrs. Josie Harper and son Archie attended the birthday dinner honoring the birthday of the twin daughters ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker near Chris-man, 111. Maj. Forest Parker of U. S. Army and family also were pres- j ent. . Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ferguson of Terre Haute met with some of their former friends and neighbors at Road-side Park for supper recently. I Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott and Bon Larry of Indianapolis are expected to visit for several days this week with Mrs. Elliott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jordan and . daughter of Terre Haute were the j guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Wallace Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. ' Milton Crane. 1 Mrs. A. L. Inman has returned 1 from a pleasant visit with her son-1 in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. I Gilbert Weldman of Missouri. I Word has been received from Clyde Jordan that he Is In Camp Van Dorn, Miss., with the 1288 combat engineers. First US Army Cracks Across Reich Frontier (Continued iiiK. ug 1) D. Einsenhower's headquarters described as a "good wide dent" into German positions. These British forces "fully captured" the strategic town of Bourg-Leopold. At the same time, the Nazi garri- son at Lo Hur surrendered lo the Canadian First Army. Gen. Elsenhower continued to maintain a blackout of secrecy regarding tho movements of Lieut. Gen. leorgo S. Patton, Jr., and tho American Third Army In the Mots-Nancy region of tho Moselle river. Headquarters announced that from D-Duy to September 11, tho First Army captured 169, 70G prisoners, while tho British Second Army scooped up 28. 557 from the 3rd to the 10th of this month. An official statement also estimated that German oil production has been reduced 81 percent since the Allied ulr forces launched strategic bombing of Nail oil targetB on May 1. Air assaults continued, with medium Marauder and Havoc bombers In uctlon against German home territory for the first time. These fast planes dropped bombs on numerous targetB, Including pill-boxes or the Siegfried Lino 10 miles from Trier. Heavy bombers also were out a-gnlnst t lie Nazi llelch. German air force opposition again was strong but not as heavy as yesterday. The Americans made their thrust Into Germany in the direction of Trier. Exploiting their deep penertatlon of Gorman home soli, the Americans pressed on toward the central defenses of the Siegrried Line. These troops first Allied soldiers to give battlu to the Germans on Nazi homo soil poured across the heavily defended Reich frontier from the Duchy of Luxembourg. Move Toward Industry The forward advance against the center of the Siegrried Line waf begun after a 23-mile advance from the capital city of Luxembourg and sent spearheads of United ' States forces lunging toward the important German industrial area lu which Coblenz, Mainz and Frankfort tare located. S BOWEL CLEANING POWER OF ERB-HELP MEDICINE On Til ATI recently lok EftB- uu 4l,ren flavH and snid after ward that lie never would have believed his liody contained so much filthy substance. He says his stomach, intestines, bowels and whole system were so thoroughly cleansed that Ills constant headaches came to an end, several pimply skin eruptions on bis face dried up overnight, and even the rheumatic pains In his knee disappeared. At present he is an altogether different man, feeling fln in every way. KKH-IIELI contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gad from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys, miscranic people soon feel different all over. So don't go n suffering! Get ERB-HELP. White's (llexall) Pharmacy Drug Store. 7CK0 THEPfGTURES CLINTON'S COOLEST SPOT 9c FINAL TUE. 40c Thls'll Make fJ , I With Glee! i mi CCHUMWA HCTlWf Color Cartoon News intone L' If THURSDAY 1 M SSI P MM Rates for Classified Ads an.S Paid Notices Fl,t day Insertion: So for each wading line (one column line, like ran of these). , Next two days insertion: the same e charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 80 charge (you get a whole Seek five days) at three times the oat of one Insertion). Each group of three days then-after, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid in advance except those Ly regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In tht latter case the person asking th publication of the notice will be held responsible for its payment. FOB SALE 20 ACRE FARM FOUR MILES Bouthwent of Rockville, good house and barn. Price J1.500. GOOD RESTAURANT FULLY equipped, newly decorated, and going good business. 45 ACHE FARM ON PAVED ROAD, five room house, lights in, about halt plow land, half good blue- grass pasture, priced to sell. 155 ACRES IN RACCOON BOTTOM, five room house, small bar, 95 acres plow land excellent for corn and alfalfa. Price $10,000 a bargain. 160 ACRES ABOUT ALL LEVEL, on hard-top road, well fenced good ' house with lights in. Price 100 per acre. For further Information, write or call FREEMAN COX, Rockville, Ind. FARM 225 ACRES, EIGHT MILES north of Clinton. Seven room modern bouse. 165 acres under cultl- . vation. Delia S. Swinehart, 05 Walnut St. Clinton. t67x MOTHS CANNOT EAT CLOTHING for 2 yrs. Furniture and rugs 5 yrs. after one spraying of Arab odorless mothproof. Lee Hain. SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE, TWO lots, 1457 So. 4th. Inquire at Mrs. Johnson Hehl, 924 N. Eth St., Terra Haute. t68x USED FLOORING, BEST HARD-wood also maple flooring sizes ' 2x6; 2x8; 2x10 and 2x12. J. M. Viettl. t68x H O O S I E It KITCHEN CABINET, chest drawers and heating stove. Inquire 33214 So. Main or Call 645-W. t67x UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER LIKE new. 435 North Ninth Street. t68x HOLLAND ELECTRIC WASHER. 803 North Seventh Street, Clinton. t6Sx SHOATS. FRED BENNETT LY-ford, three blocks south of school ' house. t67x ONE 1937 CHEVROLET action. 732 So. 8th. KNEE- tfiOX GRAPES, JAMES VARDA, KLON-dyke, R. R. 3. t66x THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your baskets. Mccracken's Market, South Main Street. t55f TWEED COAT WITH FUR COL- lar, size 14 also plain black coat, size 12 or 14, 1534 So. Fourth. tCCx FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BHA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-4 4 f COW AND CALF. FRESH IN IE cember. See Anton Giacherio, Cen tenary. t66x BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Anto Wrecking Parts Oo. Ernie's, Phone S, Clin to. SBtt FOR OVERSEAS CHRISTMAS gifts see Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t"9 KITCHEN CABINET AND ALLEN parlor heater. 320 So. Main, ttiix GEESE. 1208 PIKE STREET. t70x HALE HELP WANTED MEN TO WORK ON EXTRA GANG track work. Harry W. Cole, Gen eral Foreman. Universal, lnd. Charles Kief, 123 Casey Ave. t67x MILE DRIVER FOR COAL MINE. Inquire after 6 p. m. Jim JoneB. Lyford. 16 Hx BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , liil) Blackburn, Clintonian. HELP W ANTED FOR GENERAL STORE Call Lewis Hardware. WORK. t7 AI'PLE PICKERS Fruit Farm, Lyford. NAKDIN'S ltl8. PUBLIC NOTICE NOX-ttIjSII)ENT NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA VERMILLION COUNTY, SS: IN THE VERMILLION CIRCUIT COURT, Vacation Term, 1944. Robert D. Shaffer vs. Ruby Mulling Shaffer. No. 17514. Be It known that on the 1st day of September, 1944 said plaintiff filed affidavit In duo form, showing that the defendnnt Ruby Mulllns Shaffer Is a non-resident of the State of Indiana and a necessary par ty to the complaint herein; and thnt the object of said action Is Divorce Said non-resident defendant Is now, therefore, hereby notified of the pendency of said action against her and that the snme will stnnd for trial on the 2nd day of October, 1944 the same being the 19lh Judicial day of the said Term, 1944 of said Court, and unless said defendant appear and answer or demur to said complaint at said date, the same will be heard and determined in her absence. Witness my hand nnd the Seal of said court, this 1st day of Septem ber, 1944. CARL R. BIOGS, Clerk. H. H. Wisehart, Atty. 95-12-1944. niltTII CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that John Wilds has filed a petition In the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of his birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 18th day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. I1IRTII CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Anne Dclnfes Hiineii lias lilea a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 18th day of Septem ber, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk ' of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Americans Poised at Siegfried Line, Ready To Crash at Berlin (Continued from page I) actually opens. Patrols, meanwhile, were extornicly active, probing Into Germany. The Yanks, basking in the sun shine and enjoying the outdoor pas time of gazing into Hitler's domain like mystelf, look smack into two German villages. Both appear, like the whole Siegfried Line, absolutely lifeless not even a dog Is visible, as if the worst were to happen at any moment. Car Door Locks Freezing of car-door locks can be prevented by forcing a small amount of alcohol into the keyhole with an eye dropper. Alcohol containing a rust inhibitor is preferable, and one application should last the entire winter. Be sure not to spill any on the finish of the car- Image Remains When the eyes blink sight Is shut off for about three one-hundredths of a second. However, because it takes a visual picture about five one hundredths of a second to fade, ordinarily the interruption of sight is not noticeable in blinking. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c HEY, ROOKIE With Ann Miller Joe Besser Jimmy Little Hal Mclntyre and Band PLUS MARINES FLY HIGH With Kit-hard Dix Lucille Ball Chester Morris THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THREE MEN IN WHITE With Lionel Barrymore Van Johnson "OYER THE WALL" Warner Feature Russians Launch Forceful Assault Toward E. Prussia (Continued from page 1) slans approached to within two and one-half miles of Lomza. A battle of major proportions loomed In this sector of northern Poland, where Moscow said "the enemy bus turned his bridgehead on the left bank of the river Nurew Into a strongly fortified area covering the approaches to East Prusslu." "The Germans are putting up stubborn resistance," the communique added. Unofficial reports Indicated the Russians were massing new strength along the East Prussian frontier unci In northern Poland. General Ivan D. Cherniakovsky's third white Russian army has been reportedly reinforced with more than 100 formations of infantry in the last forthy eight hours. Advance Through Romania In central Romania, Soviet troops were advancing swiftly in cooperation with Romanian forces who join ed them in sweeping up 200 towns and villages, including Sighisoara, 25 miles southeast of the Hungar ian stronghold of Etargu-Mures. Me-dias, 18 miles farther west, was also among the localities taken by the Russians. Other Red army troops In Ro mania scaled the 8.000 foot Tran-sylvanian Alps to capture Pctrosa-nl. 124 miles from Hungary's prewar frontier and only sixty-five miles from the Yugoslav border. a (;,.nl-nils Captured Two more Nazi generals have fall en into Russian hands, Moscow announced. Lt. Gen. Treger, commander of the German 13th tank division and Lt. Gen. Pieger, commander of the 153rd German infantry division, were taken in the Soviet cleanup of Axis remnants in Bulgaria. Crippling U. S. Air, Sea Attack Hits Philippines (Continued trom page 1 WASHINGTON. D. C. The smashing American sea-air assault against Japanese shipping and port installations in the Philippines ap- Dcared aimed today at checking possible enemy move to gut loot out of the East Indies before that area is pinched off by the next anticipated United States Invasion drive. Third Fleet in Action Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr., kent his promise to meet his fighting men further along the road to Tokyo when he sent his powerful new Third Fleet into action off Mindanao and destroyed or crippled at least 89 Jap cargo ships and 68 enemy planes. Naval analysts expressed the belief that recent heavy ship move ments in that Jap-held area were aimed at getting as much raw rubber, oil, tin and other vital materials out of the East Indies nnd back to Japan as soon as possible. Expert Philippine Invasion The Tokyo radio already has warned its listeners that they could expect an invasion in the Philippine area In the near future. The heavy concentration of powerful American Fleet units in the southwest Pacific indicated that the next invasion move was imminent if not already underway. Mindanao has been pounded for weeks by Gen. Douglas MacArthur's airmen, and the strike by Halsey's Third Fleet foreshadowed important developments in that new Pacific war zone. Palau in Limelight ' Also In the limelight was the Jap anese stronghold or raiau, wim-n guards the eastern approaches to the Philippines and which must be taken or completely neutralized before American ships with men Bnd materials can move safely Into Far Eastern waters. Halsey's blow was one of the most POLAND'S Firestone-Texaco Service ISO . M.iin '' Clinton, Ind. pf!,:ii?i k-i'iijyn I Kowl Grade A U R Camelbaek ! u U "iom this! jj ?ire$fone l For lory-4'n I rolled RECAPPING ll Wits 6rade A Ceawlbockl I & 6.00-16 7.00 ft I Only the must materials II ; : b and the best workmanship V I J go into Firestone recaps. J j badly battered sea supply lines. In one scries of raids 32 enemy coastal cargo ships and 20 Sampons were wiped out. MacArthur's airmen have sunk or crippled dozens of ships In assaults in the Mindanao area recently. ' Subs Sink 0 Ships News of the new blow against en emy Bhlpping came shortly aftor the Navy reported Its submarines had sunk three small enemy warships and six cargo and supply vessels in operations In Pacific and Far East ern waters. US Seventh Army Tanks Smash To Seal Escape Cap Continued From Page 1) DoubB nnd Ognon Rivers despite heavy German opposition. The Nazis fought hack with artillery and tanks but failed to keep the Americans from taking the outskirts of Vesoul. The Nazi command launched desperation counter-attacks to keep withdrawal routes into tho Reich open. Iteiel Gernmn Counter Attack One strong German attack at Mer-sault was repulsed. Some 300 Germans were killed and 300 others taken prisoner In tho engagement. The fight proved costly to the Germans In equipment, with the Americans destroying 300 enemy vehicles and 12 guns. French troops crossed the Ouche River, west of DIJon, at several points. Other elements drove north-. ward between DIJon and Sombeinon. Headnuarters revealed that In the battle of Autun. 40 miles southwest of Dijon. 32,00 Germans were taken prisoner. The Yank forces fighting the battle to gain control of the Belfort Pass into southwest Germany met stiff opposition all around Vesoul. Yank Commander Wounded In the fighting on one sector of the Belfort front Nazi Mai. Gen. Al-bin Nake, commanding the 159th Reserve Division, was critically wounded. Destroy Atrocity Records A captured enemy order Issued by German 10th Army headquarters and dated June 19 indicated a Nazi realization that the war then was not going well for Germany, it was disclosed. The order decreed that documentary evidence of atrocities be destroyed because it "might be damaging if taken by the AllieB." Dana Events Of Interest Louisville Guests Back After Visit Here; Hear Lt. Hughes is Injured Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Johnie Jones were John Ross and family, Mrs. John Jones and daughter of Clinton and Elmer Jones, j Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hughes have received word that their son 1st Lt. Lawrence L. has been injured in France and returned to England. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols v!b- Ited Mr. and Mrs. Myers at Monte zuma Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hugg were In Rockville, recently. j Robert Nichols has been attending the free show at Newport. Ind. I Warren Cooke and Harold Cooke and son, Johnie of Dana were callers at the home of the latters grandpar ents Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Cooke, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Rowe and son Herbert were called to Iowa by the death of the formers mother. Lee Dunlvan, wife and daughter of Kingman took dinner wnn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols Monaay Callers in the evening were Mrs. Opal Walthall and daughters Vir ginia and Mrs. Louise Ory ot Newport. ' The missionary society met wnn Mrs. Oscar Maxfield. Tnursoay. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nlenols vis ited Mrs.' Margaret baunaerB ana called in the evening onrMr. and Mrs. Marion Roderick at Lindsey Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Cooke caneu Clay Thomas and son Lewis near Scottland. 111. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Virgil Smith and son Vin cent left Wednesday for their home in Louisville, Ky. after Beveral neeks visit here with the latters grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Smith. Robert Nichols and wife called on Harry Buggs at Highland, Wednesday morning. Ronald Mlrianl and Esther Rowe are spending a few days with their uncle Richard Ellis and family. Mrs. Ethel Miller and children of Lindsey Chapel visited Mrs. Robert Nichols recently. Frank Gerard spent the past week at his place here. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Nichols of Marshall. Mrs. Miriam Farley and : children of Dana and Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Jones. Russell Kyger and family visited relatives at Georgetown. 111. recently- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Moore took the latters sister. Martha Ellis, of Rockville to Columbus. Saturday, where she will teaclu the coming year. Kills Vermin Kerosene used In the chicken house is not good disinfectant against bacteria. It will, however, help kill lice, mites and other vermin, .. 1 ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tires The Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clin ton, teor MODKIIMZU YOUR DIAMOND with a beautiful new platinum mounting from Faraco's Jewelry Hlmp. 170 WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF colors In water paint. It's Rood, too. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322. KOIl ri.L'MUINd, HEATING, ELEC-trlc wiring, and sheet metal see C. & J. Kamarata. 336 North Ninth St. Phones 20 and 153W. 17tf FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly dene and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32t( DEAD A N I MA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T.-rre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwlggina and Sons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon aa they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone SO. t5xt Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. FOR RENT TWO ROOM HOUSE, CROMPTON Hill, Minnie Davis. 417 North St. or Inquire at George Decant, Crompton Hill. tG7x MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t43f MODERN FURNISHED ROOM. 515 South 7th. t69x Help Wanted Female GIRLS AND WOMEN, 17 TO 40, (white), for waitress work In fine Evanston tea room. No alcoholic beverages served. Assured weekly income of $:!0 or more; meals and uniforms furnished; no experience necessary; full pay while learning. Carefully selected rooms available. Transportation furnished. Live in Evanston, enjoy the many advantages of one of Chicago's finest suburbs. Permanent positions. Write to Cooley's Cupboards, Evanston, Illinois. t67x LADY TO DO FAMILY WASHING and ironing. Call 226. t66x PAID NOTICES .NOTICE! y. Called convocation Vermillion 7 Chapter 125 R.A.M. Work In M. M. und P. M. degrees. Wednesday, September 111. 7:30 p. m. William Vastbiuder, H. P.; Ray Shew. Secretary. t67 NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & QX, A. M. called meeting. Tuesday, September 12, 7 p. m. Work in M. M. degree. John Griffith, w. iw.. Charles Griffith, sec. tC5 JOIN Ol'lt CHRISTMAS I.AYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Dia mond ring at Faraco's Jewelry , Shop. t79 LOST BILLFOLD WITH MONEY AND important papers. Friday evening. Call 506-R or 634 Elm street. Reward. t66x WANTED FIVE OR SIX ROOM MODERN home. Phone 492-R. t9x Seed Beds Working the ground too early packs and hardens wet Soil and prevents working the soil into a good seed bed. 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