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Monday, September ?5, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six ANYBODY GOT A MATCH? PUBLIC NOTICE Dewey Readies Fighting Speech In Oklahoma Continued xi om .page J) BUSINESS SERVICES Cayuga Soldier Wounded in Action in France pfc. Joseph Perry Nqlaon, .husband of Mrs. illixabeth Nelson. Cayuga, ,Iud. and brother of Mrs. Charles .David Kunyan, route three. Clinton, was wounded in Prance, Aug. with the 1'nited States Army, according to word received by the wife recently. Before entering the U. S. Army he was employed at Cuff man Brothers Orchard at J'errysville, Ind- ie received basic training at Camp Cook. Calif. Nashville, Tfnu., imlio. Calif, and Pine .Camp. N. Y. Jle was senl to Kngland the first of .February and in August of this year he .loft iCngland for prance. : ) j mlSzi. SlXinlii r . -'SZ-S IdAII PROPAGANDA, by the hale, was found in a library of a German-run school near Metz, France, by TJ. S. forces. The school was .being used as an officers' cadet school for Russians with the books printed in Russian. Warrant Officer Frank F. Donghi of .Royal Oak Mich., scans the proDaEanda in the photo above. (Intemationali , BACKING UP NAZI FORCES NETHERLANDS & BELGIUM Statute Miles o iu ao ix s i many for any man und that Jti years would bo far too lonp. "Kiiico the man who wnulB to br IMTHident for iti yearn has now dropped the mask of a 'non-poHtieul' campaign, and is cam paifcn ins on the remote pHHt, J Bhiill feel free to examine hie record with unvurn-irilird candor in the future, bein-nitiK with a national hroadruNt from Oklahoma City. Monday niht, at t v'uluclc l Central War 3'ime ) . WASHINGTON. C. Presi dent Koospveil's political Hpeech ac- ciihiiiK the .Republicans of fraud and 'malicious falsehood" served notice on the nation's voters today that the chips wore down for a alaui-haiif 1 1M4 campaign. Evvn as .Democratic .leaders were choering the fightinp character of the President's words. Gov. Thomas E. J)ewey. his .Republican opponent, promptly took up the challenge. Hv promised to answer in kind starting with his speech tonight ,in Okahoma City. Aside from indicating that the .pattern of the founh term drive wi,U be to ignore no GOP threat, Mr. KuoscYe,lt'3 address to the A"L Teamsters Union held these points qf significance to Washington obser-, vers;. j .4. Itesu predion of the "New I Dea,i' ita-g; first reclaiinod by ViceJ President Wallace, as a still fitting1 4iii!ilnm .fur 104 4 Tim Prnuiriont ne ed .the ;teri several (times, once re-(l buivig ,the Jtopublican "old guard" for, as he said, drying to '"pass 'it-sy uff as -the New ieal." 1 "" - " 2. An implied acceptance of sup port Xrom Sidney iJilluian's CJO political action committee, a iiigh priority target of the .Republicans. markets CHICAGO, J1J. Hogs 13.000. including 3,000 directs; Xully steady at ceiling" levels; .good 'and .choice 3 50-24 0 ibs. $14.1 weights over 240 lbs fl4; few .medium to choice 120-240 Jbs. $ 12,50-f li.U. Cattle 22.500; cajves 2.000: good aud choice fed .steers and yearlings steady; strictly choice s,teers absent; top $18.25; long yearling fig. 15; common and medium grades weak to 2uc lower; largely $12.5U-$18; common steers $30-111.50; lieu-fers steady to 25c lower; best $17; grassy lieifers $12.50 down; cows weak to 3 5c lower; cauners and cutters $-$7; beef cows f-$ll; good western .grass cows ,$13.50; bulls scarce; fully steady; vealers scarce at $16 downward; good aud choice stock cattle 25c lower. Sheep 14,000. including it.OOO di-. rects; spring lambs steady to, 25.c lower; good and choice Washington spring lambs held above $14.50; natives $14-$14.25; few me-Uiunj aud good shorn yearling wethers $30.75; slioru native ewes $3.50-$525; Washington ewes $5-75; common kinds $4. CHICAGO, 111. Estimates Tuesday: Cattle 7,000; liogs 11,000; sheep 3,000. iNIJIANAPOUS, Ind. Livestock: Hoks 10.000. Steady. 120-240 lbs $14. SO. Above 240 lbs $14.05. 100-11 'J 10k 513.75-fll. Good and choice sows $14-$14.i. . Catlle 2.100. Calves 800. Generally wealt to 25c lower. Two loads llSC-lbs. su-en $16.85 Kew loads Kood steers. $15.50-110.25. Bulk cuiuion and medium $i-$14.25. lAad iHOHlly choice heifers lield a- round $.16. Bulk medium and Ood j 'heifers $1 0.50-$14.50. Vealers stea- j dy. Top $1.6. j Sheep 2.500. .Sprinp lambs mostly i steady. Bulk Rood and choice $13.75-, $14.50. Most common to medium i $8.75-$14.25. A-ltltDAM.yr 1 C Nijmegerii 1 Ifx "Tt Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Vint Aui iiiRnrtlon: 8is for each teadlng line (one column line, like sne of theBe). Next two days Insertion: the eame (0 charge (you get three oays at double the cost of the first day). Next three dys Insertion: the same 8e charge (you gat a whole aeek five duya) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-orlama and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts (re paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills muBt be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible lor its paymeui. FOK SALE 6 ROOM MODERN HOUSE, WATER softener, all storm sasli and insulated basement under full house, linoleum in kitchen and batnrooi Venetian blinds throughout bout r,.:w,,n:ili!p nrice. 830 Walnut street. .Call before 11 a. in. or itfter fi n. m. t77 MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY TO SET- tle estate. 5 Itoom semi-modern home. 154 8 South Fourth St. See T. Wess itoyse, 4 mile northeast of Clinton, 1st house north on grarol load off 41. t79 BED ROOM SUITE, DINING ROOM ! suite, 18" New-WOnder Stove, Grey topcoat, two men's suits, 36 and 38, two fur coals, 20, and childs snow suit 2 to 8. 1639 N Ninth St. t"5x YELLOW JERSEY FAMILY COW also about a ton of Alfalfa hay F. T. Moore, two miles north of Lyford on Road 41. 1 7Cx GREEN BEANS, KENTUCKY WON ders, Irish and sweet potatoes and cabbage. C. E. Woolen, two mill's north of Hillsdale. t0. SIX R.OOM, MODERN HOME, ALL newly decorated. Good location immediate possession, terms if de sired. O. F. Houston. t74f DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE it. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yrs against moth damage. Lee Hain. EXTRA NICE PEONY CLUMPS IN red. pink uud white. Now is the time to plant. Hershey's Store and Greenhouse. t70f GOOD EATING AND CANNING pearB. 250 North Ninth Street. t84x PINING ItOOM SUITE, IN GOOD condition, St. Bernice, l'houe 424. t77x ZENITH CABINET BATTERY liA-dio. Everett Boulter, Wheelerville. t79x APPLES AND PEARS, NARDIS Fruit Farm, Lyford. All leading varieties. t83x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Charlie JR. Ferguson. Phone 13C-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind you wane Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's. Phone a, Clinton. . Mtf FOK OVEKSKA8 CHKISTMAS gifts see Portico's Jewelry Shop. t79 USED METAL BABY CARRIAGE. $7. 444 South 4th St. 175 REBUILT ROYAL TYPEWRITER. Jack Kosmaeh, Universal. t75x 1940 CHEVROLET TRUCK, LONG wheel base. 1130 Pike St. t75x LOSI BLACK BILLFOLD. COLD I.ET-terB Souvenir of Macon, Ga., contains important papers. Edith Davis, co James Barry, li. It. 1, Box 86. t70x WANTED XO BUY BICYCLE FOR BOY. 242 N. Third Street. t7tix HALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn. Clintouian. EMPLOYMENT WANTED POSITION AS RECEPTIONIST OR typist. Doetur or dentists office. Knowledge of MCH forms. Box 442K. t77x FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED WAITRESS FROM 7:00 a. ni. to 3:00 p. m. l'houe 785. 17M WAITRESS, VICTORY DINER. t75f U IF F. E. ter to seer. has tial the the a, r"- .- i i r,f 'It NOTICE TO NOX-lUiSIDENT STATE OF INDIANA VERMILLION .COUNTY SS: IN VERMILLION CIRCUIT COUKT SEPTEMBER TERM, 1944. EDNA LUCILLE W1LFONG VS. ORION VERNON W1LFONG. Cause No. 17523. Be it known that on the 13th day of September, 1944, said plaintiff filed in said cause a Petition lor Divorce, together with her affidavit slating that the defendant was a non-resident of the State of Indiana, and further filed an affidavit of a disinterested person in said cause, by which affidavit It appears that the defendant Is not a resident of the State of Indiana and is a necessary party to the complaint filed herein, and that the object of said complaint is for an absolute divorce. Said non-resident is now hereby notified of the pendency of said action yigainst him and that the same will stand for trial on the 2utli day of November, 1944, the same being the lilst Judicial Day of said September Term, 1944 and unless said defendant appear ar.d answer or demur to said complaint at said date, the same will be heard and determined in his absence. Witness my hand and seal of said Court this 13th day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk, ; Vermillion Circuit Court. E. J. Dudley. Atty. for Plaintiff. 918-25; 10244. NOiTICK-OF ADMINIHTKATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned hoc ten appointed by the Judge of Xho Circuit Court of Vermillion County, State of Indiana. Administrator of lie estate of Charles Nolan, late of Vermillion County, deceased. ',' :' i I ' ' Said estate is supposed to be solvent. .:.''AtALFltEb'M. NOLAN. Administrator. Sept. 14, 1944. 918-25; 102 44. With The CumpHmeau Of THE DAILY CLINIONIAN, There Axe Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office MKS. SINA KINDRED Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day YOUR NAME MAY BE JiJEAT COLUMBIA SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c THE GANG'S ALL HERE With Alice Faye Fhil Baker Carmen Miranda "HELICOPTER" Terrytoon RKO New s No. 5 Tuesday and Wednesday DOLBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c TWO MAN SUBMARINE With Tom Neal Ann Savage FEUS THE CROOKED CIRCLE With Zau rills lien Eyon THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c MEET THE PEOPLE With Lucille Ball Dick Powell "Batty Baseball" Cartoon "Practical Joker" Pete Smith Comedy ASTKOLOIHCAL FORECAST A 11R1EK GENERAL CUUDE covering Business, Financial. Vocations. Health. Love Affairs and etc. Kcnd ONE DOLLAR with BAY. MONTH and YEAR of birth. Four questions will be answered absolutely free of cIihi'kp. Write to L. E. Ves-ii I 4115 South .Main Street. South llciid 10, Indiana. t7.rj FOR J'Ll'MIIINC, HEATINU, ELEC-trir wirint; and sheet metal, stove pipe and elbows. 0. & 1 Kamn-ratn. :i"G N. !Hh St. Dilutes 20 and io:ivv. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Coodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Jlecappiug neatly done and Guaranteed. 9 th and Bosart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 3109 T.-rre Haute or Sana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. U37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by XlHiggins and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. liana Feed Service, Dana, J'uoue 00. tExf AITO GLASS. AJJj TYPES OF Cila.SK for all makes installed. Mufflers and tail-pipes for all ears. Ernie's. J'houe 8, South Main. Clinton t YOU HAVE PROPERTIES TO sell, I will be glad to have you list them with me. J believe J can sell them. O. F. Houston- . t75f ETHYL. WE COT JT! SURE also 5 ply tires The Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. tCOf MODKUXIZE y O V 11 JWA.MOND with a beautiful new platinum mounting from J-'araco's Jewelry Shop. 179 SEWER TILE AND FITTINGS. Clinton .Lumber & Supply Co., Tel 322. Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. FIFTH VEIN COAL, GENERAL liauljng. Phone 592J or 1130 Pike Street. t83x PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & fiX, A. M. called meeting Tuesday. Kept. 2t;th at 7:00 P. m. Work Is in A. Degree. John Griffith, W. M. Charles Brown, Sec. ,176 NOTICE! I will not be responsible for any debts Incurred by my wife. Thomas Lark. 17 7x NOTICE! Tri Kappa Rummage Sale. 219 South Main, next to the bank. Saturday. Sept. 31. , 179 JOIN Ol'It CHRISTMAS J.AVAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faraeo's Jewelry Shop. 7tf FOB BENT MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. Close In. 415 South Third Street. t43f Fierce Winter in Store j Fur Indiana, Sage Says I RUSH V1LLE. Ind. A fierce' win-' is in store for Indiana, according the annua prediction of Mark Pureed, noted Rusliville weather For the past 26 years. Purcell has , issued weather forecasts and often "hit it on the nose." ' ' ' ' i He said that after a study of winds during the three-day equinoc- j period last week, he has reached conclusion that the first two months of the winter will be severe : with much snow, but that the latter i winter months will be milder. Purcell sai dtliat lie and his two j aides cheeked the winds for 16 hours daily last Thursday, Friday and Sat urday. On the first two days the wind came from the north and northwest and on the last day from east and northeast. Guaranteed PARTS and SERVICE On All Make of RADIOS and WASHING MACHINES Taylor's Radio Service S6 BT. 0th St. Phone 792 Phone 02 Drunk, Traffic Cases Fined in City Courts Guy Hilton, Clinton, was lined $1 and costs iu city court, Sunday, Sept. 4, following arrest by city police for public iutoxicatiou, it was reported today. Claude Harris was ,flned $1 and costs by justice of the peace Floyd Guinn, Saturday. Sept. 23. following arrest by state police lor speeding, it was reported today. Time for Cutting frees The best time lor cutting tree if in the spring after the sprouts havt started and the tree i in full leaf. The death and decay of some species can be hastened by introducing poison into the circulatory sap system of the living tree, IIECAPPJIVG Wirt Gni A CamlbacU 4.0OJ6 7.C3 Only the szt material and the best vorkmanaolp Into jicestooe zecajw. POLAND'S Firestone-Tezaco Service I2U N. Muln Clinton, Ind. 7CKOi THBPCTtRES ' iuj More J&ojtds $c FINAL TLE. 40c i". ,''' M an. .EU( IINSCK ARTHUR IRMCUtt I. tDKIARO BROWeEM " 'Qm KM" mi mum Comedy and News VAYJIE oif eefe fa l Grade 0. rameuaclt I .1 m i iii item AACHEN. -J FRANCE ' rJ J$$r ALLIED FORCES IN HOLLAND plunge ahead In a drive-designed to flank the northern anchor of the Siegfried Line, stabbing 3" miles into German defenses to reach past (alien Eindhoven to the region of the Rhine city of Nijmegen (1). As British Second Army forces and units of the Allied first air-borne Army fought to flank the West Wall the U. S. First Army (2) presaged a push into the Rhincland by shelling Duren, 20 miles southwest of Cologne- (International) LtUWARDEN .CRONINGE' assen to 1 i A Hard A COLO0NfJ rnAAllKHrll V STOLBERG'VDlll(Ehl Color Marks Bombs 1 Bombs dropped from war planes are of various ty pee--high explosive or armor piercing, fragmentation, smoke or (demolition, tracer, incendiary, etc. Each type has a specific color to enable prompt identification in handling thera in the stress at I combat. goodyear TO MOST MOfORISTS Row as always, first choice of most motorists is Goodyear ... a big, good-looking' tire built for txtra safety and long1, low-cost mileace. Bring in your Grade I certificate today; $1 05. ' jmiMiiofmn... Af'D FIGHT TO LOVE! Benefit From Potash Corn and legumes show more favorable results from the use of potash than do small grains. Soybeans are in between. LOANS,.. 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