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Thursday, Sepf ember 1 1, 1911, THE D'AILV 'CLINTONIAN il'acifc. bow ever. J.t TWO WARS BRING THEM TOGETHER NEWS OF MEN IN THE SERVICE (CcaUcue4 froa 1 ) Gates of Eat I ponox IVY IfO'A" To HUM IT - Kil the oiut-r jp4.ia. It K off mu4 i iUi it tbe ivy iuteUon. tie m ; little f -A fluihm at au Jru t-sttre. Ch-au-? miiIj masip ajid MatH. t .e-'-Bjaiie isliiJid cby;n Ui-ti;-ii' to tli Java .S-a- yVexf Seven Days To Mark Crucial Period In War Against Axis ies wet of t?' Hb'me rier. Atty major break tbtouJj alon.s tit.e at front co-uld braw, a eoMapwe of Xazi retiitauc in lb very near future. In tbe I'aeiJac Hal.- -y'f nilLiy w:-a-air jjj.jLrb-s 'u tbe sout b w I'acifac jj3daeate4 tbat at aaay auvwem j Afply fu Mn iiKtli. It's !UtJ;. (CcBtlaoM From Pace 1 ) lLV9t l - - mflie dorxTS are more liable to ce- jj Htu Ji. Today at t.ilJis liannaci-. pair 414 m jEnjdiiaid. fa-Sore eufler-i&t the Air Forces, be na ewily-H at i It.1 by sii-f FurAty liiiiter-tat ui IiidiaiiiajM.diB. He iLMA'H-ci4ti l-JS.A. la addition to I jowl, tbirty inhabited in the area fell velop anemia aier a dorauoc than are maes. unto Hufifsas baedf. r i. Micae refluriH'd to Id To tii ftQ'Utto. aiore fierce aetioa in pro;refiS in the area of on tbe rilit bank of the XiMuhx fcaet after a ten-day deiLny eai route fect villi fcif ,iiJ. juid cfciidr , W art Am iVI i rie auud J yiu river where tbe RJ ton are firbt-side by side wiftib tbe first po-iifJa arroy. .David. f CroiujKU.ua 111 iJi). J 'vrt . u- CMI tULS tX'tatt ftrailKleJTed from Cnxuy Vl'beeiler, iier? Hie raxieied Hia-ic inunans iM ft- Ooie Meade, l i o t'olujuiAS Mote In ICE KEFKIGEKATIOX IS BEST BECAUSE: It' lli M lUutwiUl Vimj lu Htvy r'uud t'mhl Two eeJ uitef of Martial Roitovsl:y' tirt wfcifle ISufiiaan t I Aj rieaii forces jjjisjjt 3 !-r- ard in a ejw invasion tbrut tbat would braiiig tbeia daAir.rotsifJy close to Japan's ia-ut iatae of dHeajse on tbe Ajf aa i a ck,o;i t a jueaj t . Take Tetrifu TU In J"- tban a k of oj riisiojjt jn I'bilippine c.oasial waters UiM-y't-powerial Tbird f-'b't f.as d--birod uieariy Jap i.aies and bi:s s-ut.fc or daa&a:d c3os to itv sjjj; al u-ecjy ve4s. M-iii3 baie. Gen. fu"la' MacAr-Iburs f-'ar Ea-vtern aar Joa"C Iws raa'ned hombs oxer the tvxih rn l'b:l- THE M'xiern lea refrigerabor Is be- ariuy. nooved in from the ea-ist and 0'Ubea of I'raa, apparently pav- i Mr. and Mrs. WaJJiaaa Fo&ier f inp the way for a Jronflal aJKEault on j tManitude of tbe attaek waa etu- pbajfiz4 in a German fXfi broad-1 cat recorded by OWj wba-cb reveal- ii ed. "tbe Soviet aebaeved a breaeb autaful fa appearance and lx, in many ways, superior to any o.ber refrigerator in efficiency. A cake of Ice 4 to C days. Tbe original co.ft bf very low wben compared wiib others. It never wears o'il or breaks down. So won der more and more people ar turuacz to ice. Couth TJiflJ'4 itjwt bave r-i4 word iuL( tjbear ob, Clyde K. Foster frs been jproouoited frosts a iw raiiak of seaman xjud class ito e.a ju.au teoxi4 cA&as d lias Imb traiisjler-red tx aa hruno, CaJaf. tor f.urfliier traifling- He was formerly gAMiosie4 t L'&SB. barrawiie M Shoemaker. rJif. His new address is JL'xjah X-j 7 A Cub- No. If. e-o Fieet J'stwf- southeast of Warsaw." and. "beav-p jest iijihuufz is fftiii rajdjig tbere.") ippaues a d tbe toj-sLera Eiift. Jud-ies sanasbaajg im ,y a:r.J:-rjf aj.d sbajpin. Tbe concent ration of Atiiticaw sea and air flower in tbe subweyt li-aij f zexti prdr la relating tbat tbe Bed army bad reaeb4 tbe pre-war frontier of face, 6u Fraiicifico, CaJaf. LSA. IaaaM Bakijufto, It of rtiihej-iwia Is ibow rewijaiii bis "fcowi'" traaia- Conie In, See lUe lU-frigerator, It Is I'nne Tbat It U Iktt log at tffee i1. . Naval Training Ou B. I. PAVEY ABTH.l!i KOTAMV I'l'IMJO NEWPORT, IKD. I'oband and Czeeboslovakia. tbe Mof-I cow comnjiinajue annoAjnced tbe i capture of more tbau fnbabated pjcalatiee. Including tbe vitl raii-!i way junction at Kroifno after tore- i3 the river VisJok and overconi-in? a Xazi treaacb system. 'Having taken Krosno. or troop!1 continued to develop tbeir success in tbe coutbern direction," aceord-ieff to tbe Soviet announcement jj wfoieb said tbat more tban lMHi AM AMBUCAN SOUME AND A ftlHCHMAN win became IrxiAt bj txtociiieDCe c tie firtt W orM VI ar tod anc-tlMT war Uarowicg them together as they reroitusoe over a botUe c cider. Viatic Mocaeur PtfUt Victor, Itft, of Oi&e, France, is t- t-ev.-j F. Claccy of PlaU-tvrg. N. Y-, wtwase ba)ULaiicj made sl btawjiijuarteri at Victor's bouse in the last war. jfMl Corp pbcto (International) ter, Great Laie. I. L'.$ A. Sir. and Mrs. Ieaa Bunuttfa. ir. eS royte fwo bav? recehed urd a iijtt ifeeir ton. Haitooa fwrMajut Wjjjli CLINTON ICE CO. Be. 731 Walnut Si. j "Pal" &vrUB ot the Lasted ifitaiu T3jA-jf ivo uaea, aoiu -v'jitb oiacy ;oitber Jojajaa twldaer. very in grade ifroJii jjrivaitiw to JjesateaaajBt coBotiiei. oeriiuan perisbe4 in I we nummg., Tbis tbrust broubt the IU4 ar- to the rank f f.euty &Mieer tfljsrd L.S. A- NEWS OF NEWPORT Ti:e radaiioat of job h'ui made dj;' - difereo-e in lb aoinpJltb- my to pofatioBS In tbe Ueeki4 Mountains, 175 miles from Buda-j Wnt of the job to be dona. In CO Marine Corns bas iweaa pff'ijBanlMfi to tbe rack of fieownd MeutetiatiiL fx Bvrtos iwajistied to the Marine Cor&b flbree jar ao. lie reeeiw-4 bjs fca-rie traicice at iaa iLef. Catif. e4 Ibas .pi( 1 03jwodie uvm. Mr. B4 Mrs. UmrUm r&ew-4 ww4 titiaA their boo wax own4e4 .w $. - 1914 in tfae Sowibvei Vatithc but tAtfy bave cot Imj jurMa-4 ax l bi cotiidiilaoiB a31ia:uib .ie iau- sua his ltxera Itbat lt i Hue aju4 jbiI- days. foflfloTa-arjg D-Pay. nb Grouu pest. fa fiorthenH fiouaania. tbe Rus- MEN IN SERVICE a'uaKed more than l b'rtf wound- 4 o3di'-r aod carried more (ban h acjirin force, ana. la transyi- fiiList mUiion goujjd of freifibt. . -; Tb Hoosrjer state can be proud of tite men w this group, im4 w IVsvaax? first -laj: Ora Iju?rai- jfioja of Mr. acd idris. Hoy A- Itzprstia i'rjsa Ciiawtf ClaBlwucajf. La., to V A L u E S er Iowijs and willage. iery otSr enice uuot, wbrvr C-S.A. DocaM K- fiiyjauJ'(jF. sue uf Mr. o4 Wr- Oft is UiVfcrfjjj4is uaJj r.i? A KMSirn liiWMiiil Mwf, swn wf Mr. i tjLjwijiiJj a 15 diiy I-ai wjini lari-iLiit.B. Kjp;'U Mwr-e wijo r-'-iJiHy at gra'd'UaniMjjffii .-jriciA'-' at IVMisai-fwSa. I"la., fea IHffa jffiasiiwitiit-.i aft the Sa-i'al Air Wfafivn at iiletiview. lit.. Cayuga Church Croups Meet Missionary Soriety And Loyal Workers Convene; Legion Elects Officers from wiiy. eoui -Oy. cjmi'.n.ably. tbey cjy he. US A- f'rivat Fnrjfit CHae Harold Myer. jfan of Mr. Clara A. Myers of X'e--jpMjttit. ji' ri o". 'erisa: in a ba bofjtall at AUuMttor4o. X. Mex.. followriui an M-ratioa Monday loorninj? for Ib'rnia. Ili addrej lis; I'f. liaroSd Myers. J?5H5. CCAC. Wei?t Area liox I 7 AAU. Alauaoordo. Sew MeUo. U.S.A. M. M. Tm -(fot.ejfw bo S irt at toned at naiiiijl, U. I- left Wedtaeday eeninK after several days leave wilb l:s& ifPnTJi. Mrs. O, h. Adius and Mrs. Maaion Alb n of Xewnort. M. M-l?toikejr. i in the -abj- CUm&U' les . . . Discover rfal a!ucs at the MARKET BASKET, where you will find all of the food needs you've leen looking for . . . under one roof, making it cheaper for ... , 1... 4L ffk,. a-.i,. cwiTltigg'PwiioaeJ. ptrtnawafl Mrs. Ethel baugbJiu was bostess oHjcbl curWr,. iimujoo inS -bv wit. E-w-y you. liiscoier real tjuality . . . lop-iyrana n:iies inai int-an mc i. mliDf tout iiftir uo cur.rtlt iJiwul to it Tuesday afternoon to the Woman's hhoj;iing where you are sure of iiioiiey-sawng values, anu tne wst in wranu Missionary iteiety ot the Christian trf bear ptrmauecit vc mm i-day at near t.-few-ayo. Win-n Ijs Ume ie he nvida y t jfan Irtenio. CaJiif. Ifi- at Sonh .f-IiiE4, !'(' tfliit cwaJrH of Saw L'S.A S:aajjiaa finsi ia. FKvlM-r( Cwm:e iti'i a nw sBartjjH-"(J ait "i;hjj I5jJ--tjM-wt (fci1 ':-iktj)4 hix iar- ectJf, Mr. au4 Mi. CUtUttA Cwflt. names. Church with the following members present: Mefdanaes Mary Morgan, Celia Adannsf Grace Sprouls. Jean 27. PUMPKIN REGAL FANCY, TWO 29 oz. can Simpson, Eulalie Oonald, Iva Jordan and Mrs. Olive Griffis. a guest. The vottonal "Resides Ibe Still Water' was glren by Mrs. Celia Adams. Tbe lesson '"lied Man and White I-and Dixie flyer Passes Through Clinton Few Minutes Before Crash and Cflizfahip was presented by off Mr. rj(-la Mrt;) wf "St-mt, u Boir itafjB:4 Jwwijr? m Fraun' aeroriin l vor4 r.-'.-i i 4 ly hit Kite. tSi'l. vxs ntzUim'.-d a' MOOSE MEMBERS The Club Room IS NOV OPEN FROM 4 p. fa. to 12 p.m. DAILY PORKand BEANS 19c CAMPBELL'S Two 1 lb. cans DUFF'S GINGER BREAD MIX k. nl u he 1hmM, Cilia Adams and Mary Morgan. Mrs. Olive tirilfis was welcomed into the society as a new fCootfnued from page 1) member, liefresbments of cake, slaer- l"rt and iced ta were served by Iwd.. as injri-d rso.f were eiirict-ed faoiM tbe wr";ka?e of two Cbicapo and Intern liljanois pauer tbe hostess. The October meeting , will be with Mrs. Celia Adams with Mrs. Crac Sprout's In charge of lb trasffis. Tbe plasiwa wa r:ib-d lo lb MACARONI AND CHEESE KRAFT DINNER 10c Ft. lira;;. X. ("., lettre he mux teiii to KuSaiiiitJ mmivumv late in th-supimer. Mr. Mcjj) is now liviu-i0 X-jjrt. L S.A.- A Xfliiilii Air Korcf- a-ni:e Com-ma,u4 Vuit, Eurii:au Tfo:xne ol O"-r4tioijijr: ' Indna men ---jf (h? roMtjr of liiji Xswch Air K'tc. h".rvicc f"mt-naaiiiifj Tntuimrt llwuit. irome are iiioi. utherx like fA-Col. f'oait froijj Kooro art -i-cm- For Home Baked Cinger Bread la A Hurry 14 oz. pkg. 21c devotional. . Ix-sson leader will be I -f ne of the wnck after Carl IJauer- Mrs. Iva Jordan. Tbe U jI Women's Class of Ibe Christian Church held tteir first I meeting after vacation at the homey naeiter. cbalrnaaia of tbe I disaster Committee of tbe led Cross In Terr llaaate. told tbe uwpapir of lb M(jr!Jii-aiey e-d. Cdri,nii4 pla.-Maa were two staff w-ml::K of tbe newspajttT. The platae,. rtoperty of tbe Motarch Air of Miss Gladys Samuels. A covered i $1.09 COLD MEDAL E? I fi II R 25 lb ENRICHED I U U U 1 1 dub luncheon was served at 7:00 j o'clock. Business meeting was in I liv oififrs, but p tarQb'&& of tiieir job ti.it-' have lb aioe thing Ut charge of Mrs. Celia Adams, in the absence of the president, Lucille cmni'tn a djri- to kw-i iti? aerial CrH b t i:i; to Kra iwo i n aul to evaeuaU A3!i'4 aii4 AiH''j-aeii Katelifr. Kleclion of offieem h held the following elected: iTi-i-i-fl det. Kern ice Foster; Vice president. !,S'rvjte was piloted by Antbony Mac-Ki'-wiez. W'b- n tbe n d for tbe plasma was toM to tbe newspaper. Miss Mary Akn-w. asfrdstaajt dirc-ctor of tbe Atnaeocaii ll'-'d Cross flood bank lis t.bicai-'o. was isou(Ed at b'T bom. h' ht 4 to ibe Mood bank and ini- can't keep gm;d;,ia hi her chair ma Lireljr as a Youngvlar how br fftaHiTha U bcttr fu4 Ciy, le'iie &4 4.-J- uim. fn--n w ecian feswg Lf.'? w 'JJ JJ1 your kaiJif-f cr buOG7. Ffw, U'Wfwdu'.ljr by Biyi ovw 4f3 rr 7 tr Lhipy nui i-.sp t It niie iaiir7- t-v.oaif f uai, 'juU ii-.i - aa mm iron j tw UmL Ga lbu. t i M. Gladys Samuels; Secretary-Treasur-1 Sweetheart Soap" - 20 prSeman Stravb'ryJamn.SS Apricot Heqtr Juice two 12 oz. 23c weist. Se " f.rt . I u 4 . , boa( if a u w i r Oil' & l jijjj - l?je I' iht inh.u l aiii!. Ora aw'I (vfa, aHl t bey 're as mwfo a3ii:e a .s be firoxrbcal j-h- j a iyrf. er. Alma Kobbins. Mrs. Celia Ad-auis was elected to serve ag teacher and Mrs. Ett.el haughlin, assist t;,' 4. if iy lurn' d over to tfie new- CQUJWDIIflDUa ant t'-acl er. ;am- and cotn st $ were In chare of Mrs. Etbel La u all-, I Tbey -Jii(-4 to-n b-r lit iftt.. iap' r w.-i'. ril eass of pr.vj- ma Haute a Red CroH auto-j lin aitl jrs. Bernfce Foster. lriF Kitckitteski Snu4 "-re a-.fj;:w''J to ibe mme nu jvaiC'ija s iv M.'r-i'irou. Vb'!i tby ir- At T UiOh: te was wait tag to td I b I wt.re won bv Miss fieri rude Samuels, i riv ti e K ;i'Hai 'i ie ot tuuui Miui. (he l$t',4 io iioz(fiiuls and any luer r" '.!. if anions set nil tor tbe injured Li PARD DOG FOOD Two 8 oz. pkgs. 19', 0(H;aaiotis. gjj y teiuaw:4 tuy ln- i mi esmi4 i 4 it miMn t. Krauce ei.a'iualiiwg wounded foidw.-ri Itiancte Walton and Gladys Sau.u- , els. Gertrude Samuele of Kingman ! was a guest. Tbe October meeting will be at ibe borne of Mrs. Nina' Holton. t ! The American Ix-gion I'ost, Cayu-' ea, met Friday evening and elected French Troops Spear Into Upper Marne Area, oil jeers. The following were elected: tl Grade "B" Beef 13 points Belfort Battle Nears R'JI.IE. Italy French troops spearheading i(je Seventh Army drise into the upir Marne valley Commander, Kdar Alderson; Vice Commander, Kenneth Sprouls; Adjutant, J. M- Ilarirer; Finance Odicer, Everette Shelby; Sergeal-al-Arms, Williaaii McCoy; Graves It'-pjsirar. today f-Ai :h-4 Cbaiimont. headuar- Sirloin Steak n. 34c It. E- Wat n; Service Oftic-r, I'aul s of American Gen. John 1. per- 4 Grumb-y; Chaplain, Mark Davidson. .-biM.' in the last IW..J War. Iaiej bin) Id. a"-i Th American Legion Auxiliary also elected officers recently as fol Tbe Seventh Army commanded by lows: President, Gladys kamuls: tl Lb-;at. tim. Aieiand' r M. Patch ad- Vice nr-id-nt, Lora Shlato; Swre- BOILING BEEF -a -m, u. 19c tary-Treasurer, Minnie Wi-nke; St- ff anl-at-Armrr, Flora W-ai barman; I j.u4 t-M Tnl n-iejf io the north a-ritiuift varying ;ei -man r-sitance. W .s;e te Sxzi fought dehperately rt.n.-i; the a;w rwuns of H e Sev-i;iii Army driving toward Ibdort. i.'HJ:? a s'iff erap before entry in Chaplain, Esther Harper and Histor-fl an. Kulalia Hoitald. I ne Auxliary wiil have Ihir regular tiief-tin,.'- POT ROASTPI"-29c Thursday evening. S-iten.ber 21st j to ii-.t-t Mritvl. the u iuY opnoitition at the home of Mrs. Esther Mr. and Mrs. A -Iran Elliott re-; ceiled word this week that their , daughter, Hons, is now t-iaiiom-d ; :and he's the second jury permanently al Corpus Chrisff, Tex as. She is in Ibe Wave Corps and Is in the communication department of SHOULDER ROAST a Vn . 28c Chili Roll lb. 30c Ss LARD 15c -4Wil on the (eft Hank where the Ft efj5 iee .)... 4 fangres. Two f owrif ?vi' t;eii-rier-s. north wef-t of Cham-ij!fe. as itcruiit 4 "it bout resiet-a;j'.- and Gray, iiuitu diately to the mn;t h. was cleared- French troos ,'iUfhed wveral miles beyond on the tif'per Saone ri.er. The Yank advance northward from IVsoul continued methodically, wtfh spearheads reaching Cubry es Fav. -rey and capturing Calmouiier and .V-.roy l.e Hour a. (til the extreme right flank fight-si, g across difHruh terrain was snir- that organization. Miss ElnoU was j f orginally stationed in Maryland un-j til recently when she was transfer red to Texas. Mrs. Grace Allee returned lo hr VEAL BREAST Grade "A" lb. 1 Rn home in Chicago today aft-r sp-nd- i Erer a IM "try out" a Sraltett let Crrun can kith Ilia tongue? Ali;i he eaya "Ummmm . . . prat". For, Imt, Sraltect tnuft a an ero more rritKal jury our board of finkijr jtr-ttr fao inttet that firry israllrrt Ire Cream or Sherbet be not meretf "food", but "ujer" Try SriJlrtl today. week here with relati.es. Her: fii; Kr wat ionm j i i 9 M I J M ui m I r I rl 1 1 1 1 1 T i ' 4 witii Fr-nf'h troops taking Font d" Koidf and Aulechaus. daughter. Edna, accompanied her lo ( Chicago for a visit. I Miss M-rlin Cillis kft today for Chicago where fche will spend a few days with relatives and friends, j I nr n mm M mm H a i ll Hort lUiMarne Miff I UI M ' "Ibe Gi-rmaus launcl.r-d strong ioJ.:r- r-;ita Kt, tiiporied by tankfe. mo n.ti's weft of Autecl.auk in an Hon to hold otf the threat to licl-lurt iron) the south. Ciarr CMIItl (OMMNT, HUTIHtOM, INDIAN tfGtMfur ciovtuiAf cuAtauti. mc f Coa t an jooa Com ia tfw Wieat ViDoga Storm frearam Thurida$, Game as Human Prints Fir.ger-pru.ts of t'.vo orang-utans and a chimpanzee were recently taken at the Philadelphia zoo, and shov,ed the same v.fioris and aichc-s as hun.an prints. Read Onr Up-to Date Sport Newt

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