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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

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Thursday, October 5, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAI " i'age Eight BUSINESS SERVICES jQJlBILOC Swift Red Columns In Mile-an-IIour Drive on Belgrade (Continued rrom page I) der of East Prussia to the north, Ited army units before tlio lowu ol Marlainpole penetrated German defense positions in an offensive action which accounted for a company of Nazis. In this area Soviet snipers directed accurate fire towards German positions to kill 48 Germans during the day. Smash at liciirnulo Soviet units which smashed through the German defense positions north and northeast of liel-Rrado were disclosed to he members of the second Ukrainian army of Marshal Itodlon Y. Malinovsky. ThcBe troops surged forward for advances of more than 45 miles into and advance the last 27 mileB separating them from their goal. Fierce Air Attacks With the land front advancing In separate actions from Poland through Yugoslavia, Russian airmen intensified their assaults on German planes and ground positions. Cleaning Green Vegetables In cleaning green vegetabes, add a handful of salt to the second water. This will make the sand sink to the bottom cf the pan so that another rinsing will make the vegetables thoroughly clean. COLUMBIA THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c JAKE EYRE With Orson Welles Joan Fontaine Margaret O'Brien "Tom Turn and Daffy" Merrie Melody TEXACO ('LIXTQ.V, 1X1). Yugoslavia within 4S hours. ; Seizure of Ilanatska Kraljevico, i which marked the high point of the j drive ou Helgrade, severed the last rail line north of the Danube which ' Axis defenders of the Yugoslav cap-; Hal might flee to Barely. Defenders of Helgrade have only one railroad south of the Danube as an escape route from the' jaws of the rapidly closing ltussian trap. 1 North of Helgrade. Soviet forces which seized the rail town of Petrov- grad fought to cross the Tisa river I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, AT THE CLINTON AUTO COMPANY BUILDING, AT 120 MULBERRY STREET, CLINTON, INDIANA, ON SATORHDAY, (SIT. 7 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M., certain personal property of Maurice Hegarty and others, as follows: HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Two antitjue beds, two antique dressers, one sewing machine, 1 library table, 1 China cabinet, 1 chest of drawers-antique, 1 small desk, 1 roll top desk, 1 large rocker, 4 average size rockers, 4-6 straight chairs, 2 stand tables, 1 small book case, 1 fern stand, 1 large clothes press-antique, 2 iron beds, 1 ice box, 1 dresser and chest combination, bedding, feather pillows, 1 Clinton eating stove, Speed s King electric water heater, 1 Kenmore electric mangle, 1 set golf clubs and bag, -six-piece dining room suite complete, one wicker sofa, one two-piece living room suite, two kitchen tables, eight chairs, two oil sloves, one heating stove, one kitchen range; four tubs, two wash' boards, one electric toaster, two kitchen safes, two beds with springs, one 9x12 Axminster rug, two kerosene lamps, one lot of linoleum, one set of curtain stretchers, one lantern, two sacks of cement, one lot of barrels, two trunks, one suitcase, one kitchen cabinet, one dresser, one alarm clock, one breakfast set, two kerosene cans, antique glass and dishes, utility dishes, and kitchen ware, tools and hardware and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH IHI. EI. W3S6lfoan?tf, Trustee AUCTIONEER: Col. "Buster" Roberts CLERK: Charles A. Brown SETTLING CLERK: Fred Hayes rl 1 WWaM jpM3PMWBMCTPMMWMMMTMr51l MIIJU ta aellM 1M aWWaa ia fires to nt FACTORV-IONTHOIXED It E C A ! I I IV G 7.00 6.00-16 e Orade A Quality Camelback No Ration Certificate Needed POLAND'S SERVICE STATION FIRESTONE 120 N. MAIN PALACE 9. -35c TQfJITE EVERYBODY'S HOWLING! You'll bounce with joy when they show you how to Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Viral rlnv InKArr.lnn: 8 for 6ECh reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two daya lnaertlon: the aame lo charge (you get three daya at double the coat of the firat day). Next three days lnaertlon: the aame 80 charge (you get a whole eek five daya) at three timet the cost of one lnaertlon). Each group of three dayi thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (Uke this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-orlama and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customera whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible lor its payment. FOK SALE HEAL ESTATE 1'OUK SEMI-modern homes, in Clinton, 1 in Lyford. 1 Acre of ground, four room bouse, newly painted, lights and furnace. 3 modern houses, In Clinton, 1 close in. 2 Fairview residences, 1 Briar Hill 4 room house, 4 acres of ground. H. S. Call phone 326, 227 Iilackman. ' I85 1937, FOKD MOTOR A-l CONDI-tion. Horman White, II. 3. t85x GOOD GOAT MILK, 410 N. 7TII Street. t87x MODERN HOME, EXCELLENT Location. South side near school. Owner leaving city. Mrs. Evorson, 230 Higglus St. Clinton, Iud. t8Cx TWO HEATING STOVES, ONE large size, Newliug Hot-Ulast and one small heater. Lawrence Sanders, R. 1 Fairview. t83x APPLES, DELICIOUS, CHIMES, Jonathan. Banana and other varieties. Drops reasonable. Vowell's one mile east of Lyford. t83x DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE It. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 6 yrs. against moth damage. Lee Haln. 4-DR GRAHAM PAIGE SEDAN. 19,000 miles. Good condition. 4 '5 0 N. Ninth Street. 87x FOUR MILK COWS. TWO MALE hogs, two heifers. Bill Dunkley, R 3, Clinton. t84x 16 JEWEL GOLD ELGIN POCKET watch, $25. Good condition. Write Box E, 442, Clinton, lnd. t84x GOOD EATING AND CANNING pears. 250 North Ninth Street. t84x APPLES AND PEARS, NARDI'S Fruit Farm, Lyford. All leading varieties. ' t83x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO I1RA-lll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BBIOK, amy kind yoo want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts do. Ernie's, fhone 8, Clinton. BAtf USED FURNITURE, STOVES. TOM Turley, 628 So. Eighth St. t84x MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS. White's Pharmacy. t7Uf FOR RENT MODERN FURNISHED APAKT-ment. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t4 3f WANTED TO BUY TIMOTHY Oil MIXED HAY, AL-falfa or clover also wheat and oats Btraw, loose or bailed. Write Frank McNcer, 1712 South Main Street, Paris, 111. t84x LOST IN SOUTH KND OK TOWN, ONK i rachet handle for mechanic's I? inch drive, socket set. Call 427 or bring to 1'ord Garage. Howard. 183 FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. GOOD pay. Antouinl ItcBtauraut, North Ninth Street. t87. WAITRESS. 7 A. M. TO 3 P. M. Victory Cafe. t83 WAITRESS, VICTORY DINER. t7Cf WANTED WORK AS HOUSEKEEPER IN Widower's or motherless home. Uox 1115, Cayuga, lnd. txm Wanted to Buy, SeH or Trade GOOD USED FURNITURE AND stoves. What have you? Tom Illgsby, 142 South .Main Street. t90i WANTED TO RENT FOUR OR FIVE ROOM HOUSE. Write or call at 120 North Third Street. tS7x MacAllister Tractor Co. 94.85 James Tuttlo 9.23 I JesH L. Jenkins 24.59 Ohio Oil Co. 632.45 Firman Equipment Corp. 117.00 J. D. Adams Co. 14.04 Lester Draper 345.28 j J. D. Adams Co. 45.36 j Material Service Corp. 9.42 Terre Haute Heavy Hardware Co. 9.40 Rohert Lee Fletcher ti.66 Roliert Leo Fletcher 4.75 ' Rulicrt I.ee Fletcher 13.95 j Emory F. Itonebrake 9.15 J T. R. Woodliurn Prig. Co. 32.50 j -aa"-m , ' I fT-f A i J America 1 i ; ' f' lolvei Ihe ' k fj 2 ) I J ASTROLOGICAL - FORECAST. A brief general guide, covering, business, financial, health, vocations, love'afairs. and etc. Send one dollar with day, month, and year of birth. Tour questions will be answered absolutely free. Money refunded If not satisfied. Write to I,. K. Vestal. 406 South Main St., South Ucud, Indiana. tS5x OCTOWill BI'KCIAL: $5.60 OIL I'erniauents $4.60; Shampoo and Hair Btyle $1.00. Arches Hair-lints Facials. Adnmson'a Heau-torlum, 366 hi South Main. I'hone 602. 184 MOTH PROTECTION 2 YRS. ON clothing and 5 yrs. on rugs, furniture and blankets, with one spraying of Arab Odorless mothproof. Lee Hain. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD ANIMIALS REMOVED, large or email, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trn Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. 1137 DEAD ANIMALS UEMOVEI) FREE of charge by Dwiggins and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana ' Feed Service, Dana, I'hone 50. , . - ; , .1 t5xf AITO ;I,AHS. AM, TYPES OF (lass for all makes installed. Mufflers mill tail-ilH's for all rurs. Ernie's, l'hono 8, South Main, (Union 18 MODERNIZE Y O I' It DIAMOND with a beautiful new plaiitlnuin mounting from Faraco's Jewelry Hlioii. (100 ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 6 ply tires The Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. tliOf SAVE "FUEL MONEY" WITH storm Bash and attic insulation. Put in your order now. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322. Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 166-J-2, Montezuma. JOIN OUt UIKINTMAS LTYAWAV 4'lnh and select a Koejtsokft Diamond ring at Faraco's Jewelry Khop. 11 00 FIFTH VEIN COAL, GENERAL hauling. Phone 592J or 1130 Pike Street. t83x PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Stated convocation for' Vermll- Chapter 125 II. A. M., Thursday, October 6th, 7:30 p. in. William Vastbinder. Ill' Ray Shew, Secretary. t83 NOTICE! Democratic Headquarters will be open every afternoon and evening this week for registration and transfers. t83 XOTM'K! ! OPKN FOR IMJSINHSS AT COZY Pnriifir A UK Nn Wpvcntli Kt met ' Under new management. tS lx I'l lil.lf NOTICE! Not responsible for any debts! made other than myself. Cecil Keller. ' ' t8Sx NOTII E! ' """"j Rummage Sale. Saturday, .October 7. D to 12 a. m. llillcrest Community, Center. ' 184 MALE nELP WANTED DRIVER SALESMAN FOR DRIVE R route In Chicago. Must he intelligent, cleau in appearance. per week guaranteed, can. earn J85-$10U. Permanent post-war position. Give references. Write Uox 288, Clinton, Indiana. t8C BOYS TO CARRY TAPER IIOUTE3. 10 years or over. Aplly Hill Blackburn, Clintonian. HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOR PERMANENT employment even after war termination. War and peace time orders already booked 12 mo. ahead. Lathe operators, minimum 12 mo. experience. Planing mill operators, Journeymen, all on maximum wages at stipulated by National War Labor Hoard. Report Immediately either by Phone 85 or at U. S. Machine Tool Manufacturing Corp. 85 Grafted Animal Pupil Surgeons grafted pupils from th eye of an animal to the optic nerve of a boy who wa born without pupils 25 years ago. The boy, Prank Bentz, since has been graduated from the University of Wisconsin law school. Phone (12 1X0. NEWS : : NOVELTY PUBLIC NOTICES CLAIMS FILED IX SKITEMBKII ALLOWED AT OtTOItElt TERM, IM-1. GENERAL FUND: Citizens Telephone Co., services 40.75 Remington Rand Co., treas. off. 6.60 Dicken Insurance Co., treas. off. 5.00 Karl G. Dicken, same .60 T. R. VVooilbiiru Printing Co., and. off. hupp. 118.90 Ralph Adams, same CO. 12 Rurroughs Adding .Machine Co., same C8.00 Daily Clintnnian, same .30 Abel S. Asbury, rec. off. aupp. .85 Oil E. Potter, sheriff mileage 33.36 Angelo Tasso, dep. sheriff mileage 25.00 OH E. Potter, slier, gas 100.00 Angelo Tasso, dep. sheriff in cage 20.00 The Daily Cllntonian, sur. off. exp. 1.25 Fred Hayes, sell. tup. mileage 21.20 Tiie Daily Clintonian, sch. sup. off. exp. 28.03 M. C. Wiggins, same 20.00 Modern Hclmol Supply, name 13.711 Edbert P. Sb-ll, pros. .. , any. exp. 37.7Q Daily Clintonian, att. ': Off. off. ux-p. 31. B0 ; LOANS... S50 STOO S200 $250 and S300 ys, you can. obtain, a loan based on your earning ability and you nay Interest ONLY for the time you have the loan. The Public Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If you are BtenUily employed in a factory, office, store or elsewhere. Come in and talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payments to suit your income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to $150; amounts 9150 to $300. l7c per month on unpaid balance. A $50.00 Joan repaid in five monthly installments of $10.92 each, costs $4.50 but if repaid In 10 days, costs only 60c. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or Insurance . . . or any worthy purpose. If loan can help you, phone or come to the Public Loan Company, Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Tay 10 Pay 12 Pay nients. ments. mcnis. SO 7.12 ft. 80 fi.02 SI OO $14.2.1 911.72 tfO.0.1 $200 28.S.1 -.!. 20 $10.0.1 $.- :.-. 17 2X.H7 2 1.(17 fUUO $11.04 $:14.0 $20.35 PUBLIC LOAN CO. 2191 Main St. Phone 2.-2 Margaret Helms, alt. off. mileaKC 40.00 Art Kennedy, miners ep. bd 12.00 Edward Ruby, same , 12.00 Krnest Johnson, 'same 1 12.00 Sanco Products Co., jail supplies 17.00 Claude Iloltilas, repr. work jail 10.00 Carl It. Welch, fliel jail 17.00 Vern Alderson, p. a. supp 2.85 John Huvford. p. a. live stock 30.00 l'otter Bros. Farms, p. a. feed ' 70.15 Clinton Tobacco Co., ' p. a. expense 68.15 Modern School Supply, p. a. supplies ' 25.89 Clinton I'ackiiiK Co., p. a. supplies 21.02 Claude M. I'oo's. p. a. food-- 12:i.l2 Otis Klevafor Co4 ' c. h. elevator repr. 31.00 Richard Randolph, c. h. repr. of equipment 1.00 C. E. Ilio.idy. e. h. clocks 45.00 T. It. Woodliurn Printing Co.. election supplies 4.50 Public Ser. Co. of lnd., power 112.34 Modern School Supply, c. h. supplies 27.00 Frist Funeral Home, soldier burial 75.00 Howard IiiWatson; -r '. ' " coroner e.xneu.so , .r afi.50 Dully Clintonian. public prig. 91.20 The Dally Clintonian, : election supplies a.-. -t' '. 8.00 DUPT, PUBLIC. WELFARE; Armlnta K.' Logan -. T-l 31.92 Citizens Telephone Co! 6.55 Nancy E. Lewis j . 15. on Bertha E.. Wheeler , t J5.0O Zella A. Bonato 15.00 Helen I.. Parke ''15.00 Oey C. Collier j - 15.00 'Burroughs, Adding Machine , 'Company 3.00 (IRAVIOL ROAD REPAIR: Jei.se I.. Jenkins $100.00 Ward FarriliKlon 35.10 J. J. Repair Service 49.85 C. M. St. P. R. R. Co. 179.92 Donald Hall J. 12.00 II. L. Filliniter 21.9i; Ellis Volkel 53.70 Slants Auto Supply Co. 10.81 Heltonville Limestone Co. 207.01 Truck Loader Co. 151.60 The While Motor Co. 4.07 Terre Haute Heavy Hardware f'o. , 25.20 The While Motor Co. .57 ImiuMrlal Supply Co.;, 1.1:7 Indiana Equipment f.'o- Inc. 30.02 With The Coupllmeata Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for JOHN FOSTER South Seventh St. Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch Thi Spare Every Day TOI'R NAME MAT HE NEXT Garcie Hay 25.00 Clinton Auio Co. 2.80 C. M. St. P. & P. It. It. Co. 375.73 The While Motor Co. 7.38 J. L. Horney-Roberls Ilaltery Co. 10.95 Clt.zens Telephone Co. 2.85 IRA J. CHURCH, Auditor, Vermillion County. 929; 106 44. The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends In our re-'pent- sorrow1, will 'al-. :Ways remain with us ta precious., memory. Our sincere thanks nad prat itudd' Yor ' all . those comforting' acts-Mr. and Mr ... ' V'ake Jones, Wake Family.' ' Yanks Take, Corner or 'A Fort DriantFrorn Nazis Airmen Bomb Railway (Oon'liiufHl Ton rage 1) they can stand the fiercest type of haltering I lie Nazis are able to toss at them from the steel und concrete logouts. Hani German Itefi.stancc The southeast corner which the enemy still holds is a naru nut 10 crack but the main inorlur and artillery fire of the enemy has been coming from Fort Jeanne d'Arc and Mareville above Driant and tho Ver dun chain of forts south of Metz. Fanatical Metz students defending tho fort were slaughtered the moment they stuck their heads into the open. The Yanks quickly learned the lo cation of danger points and where the exits of underground tunnels are situated. (A Reuter dispatch said Ameri can infantrymen had penetrated a subterranean tunnel in Fort Driant.) Artillery Works Willi Infantry Relying on the accuracy of Ame rican artillery which repeatedly gave first-hand support, the infantry per sisted in a continued assault. As Sheridan tanks rolled up in a circle 4 75 yards from the port bieeer guns lifted their range on directions from observers in piper cubs and blasted away to keep the Naeis pinned underground until troops were able to come to close quarters anil blast ihe enemy out. Card of Thanks VITAI'IIONE : : PCKO THEPCTURES liny More Honds Soldiin ii slacks to into OV action... on the swing shift ...tnd the battlt of love! COLUMBIA riciu 3MJL n 7 raj i --X, "Jiu. rna I'rfv'i JESS BARKER (? try lL0YD B8IDSI iT i ri inLomut a fjJjr t m lanl EJg aii Produced by S MJ l v WALLACE B M IVC. MocOONAlD 3 H Vk Directed by 8 v WM. CASTlEl 9c FRI. & SAT. 35c pig Double Feature . r! 2 BIG PICTURES A FIGHT TO THE FINISH! Billy Corson ridas r j oflairj...to rid tha I f f1 rangs of Rostlaril "ALWST.J0HM Final Showing Tonight linn I Misvi It! 4 ' eS! I J 13 i "A QUICK TRIP WASN'T IT!" It Is a Simple, Easy, Quick Transaction to Borrow Money Here. Amounts to J300. SECURITY LOAN CO. "Going My Way" 22.1 Blackmail St. CLINTON',

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