The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 12, 1944 · Page 8
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, October , 1911, THE DAILY CLINTON I AN f 'age Eight Pfrrj'sville SoMr Is 'fakt-a PrisMwr by Nazis rttm-h week we receive a packaA- Labor Condemns WLB Avoidance Of Wage Issues ((Continue from paca 1 1 BUSINESS SERVICES State Police, FBI Men Hunt Th Escapei) Nazis FliANKMN, Ind. FBI Agenl and State Folic today searched for two Oerman prisoner of war, incarcerated at Camp Afterbury, .who escaped at F'raufciin last night. The men, who wer dressed In prisoner' uniform, escaped late last night while on a -work decail at the t'miikiia plant of the Morgan Packing Company. The fugitive are Wllhelm Schnltz, 'it, f,iv feet (1 Inches, 6 pounds, black hair and gray eye and wearing glasses, and kraut Koppib, 'ii flv feet seven Inch's, 150 pounds, brown hair and brown eye. Neither is beloved to speak Fnglish. f i M rri . Class Meeting At Universal Bflfaiifaf m V, B. Cburtb Has Mffiiug; Shirley H ilson Vttted on Hirthdny The ladies S. S. Class of the Bethlehem church heid their mouth ly meeting at the home of Mr.j - 1 froni the Red Cross containing food and clothing." Pliv first class Maurice C. Smith who is iutmv.A In one of 111 largest (German prison camp fold bis parents, Mr. and Mr. Raymond Smith of Fcrrysvill, in a recent card- , Besides praising Ibe Red Cross work, young Smith informed his parent that lie wa well and that in tin.' camp where he wa they bad sports and enti'rtainmenl. Hi card was a regular prisoner card wilh Oeruiau printing on it, which, when translated, revealed .where Rtc. Smith was. Before receiving the card. Mr. and Mrs! Smith had received wold from the War Hvvvrtuutul saying fheir sou was missing iu action. It was reported that Re w,a last seen when he landed with an airborne division at Hicsvjile, southwest France, on June 7, tlie day after the Invasion- m Vomier NV jMrt Resident Su4tt-4ins iu (CaJifwflia Jauu-s W. Moore. 54. former resident of Newport, died at bis home in Ms Augelee. Cult.. Saturday. Sept. 0). following a heart attack. Born in Newport. Nov. . be is tlie son of W. A. and Ida Moore. Raised in Newport. Mr. Moore attended the Newport schools. Resides bis wife, be is survived by his mother, Wis. Ida Moore of Newport; two sisters. Mrs. Cortland 7irt$tont 7.00 .00-l a Grade A Quality Camelback Wo Ration Certificate heeded t,iaayg ciard, after devotional aJad!juUeh 14 the Miller sale last TburB- vuBuwaus session game were piayi, prize awarded to Mrs. liori Spurr and Mr. lUeoua Hughes. Those present were Mr. Thelnia Curry, Mr. Velma Vaughn, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Mary olmsou. Ieona Hughes, Dori Spurr, Margaret fxwls, Mr. Feggs Metz and the hostess, Mr. Oladys Oard. Miss Madonna Thomas and Mr. Maxiue Wheeler left for Boston, Mas, where they will spend an extended isii with Mrs. Wheeler bu-band Wm. Warren Wheeler S 2c. Mr. Mary Johnson and daughter Kathryne spent the week end with Mr. and Mr. F-rnest Johnson aud son Richard in Aurora, HI. A birthday party wa given recent ly in honor of Shirley Ann Wilson on her iifhtb biniiiiMv TlKiKe itrtwit were Bobby Martin, Mary Ann Bum- gardner, ' Aunebelle Montgomery, Wayne Kelly, Roy Kelley, Hubert Martin, Nancy Sampson, Fhylli Se-coudino. Virginia Sills, Larry Cobble, Mary Lou Kelly, Marline Law-son, Jim Sering. Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Nyda Williams of Lansing, Mich. Games were played and prizes awarded to Mary Ann Buuigard-ned, Bobby Martin and Anuebelle Montgomery. Refreshments were-1 served by Mr. Lillie Wilson, the honw Ktuot received mmy nice 'iO. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ducheue visit - ed Mr. aud Mr. Charles Molle. Mr. and Mr. Noah Ducbene, Mr. Gusta Brown, Mrs. Clara Duchene and Mrs. Victoria Molle visited Mrs. Mary Mollett iiGeorgetown, 111. recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shew and son spent Sunday Willi Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Snider in Dana. Hubert Rraun of Marshall, ill. visited bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brann. Mr. Mary Dellacca visited her sis Frank Ruffatta in Joliet, ter Mrs. ill Mr. Maggie Granger spent a day j POLAND'S SERVICE STATION FIRESTONE TEXACO CM fi. MAIN jl'MNTOiV, ISO. Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day insertion: e tor each reading line (tone KQluam line, W one of tbee. Mext two ay Insertion: ttw c ebarge fyoti wiw y double IRe o f"u y'' Neil itbre ay Insertion: lb iui e enarge fyow "J"1 Seek five 4ayel coat of on Insertion;. liacji group of lUrrea a after. e line. jMUkclnface Uke tbis) 10c xr Mae. AU classified ad Including men orlaui and notice of all kind must j 1m naid in advance excel buoae by regular euetoruers whose account are paid tuonthly or tJuose from organization whose bill roust be allowed before being paid. In tUe iatter case the person asking thr publication of the notice will be held responsible tor it payment. FOB SALE TWO JiOOM iiOL?ii IX I'KJVKK- saj. J'orclwa, a ol aud 111 Kood location. AISO. A TUMKH UOOM HOl'Sh IN t'ulverBul, bawun'nt, KuiaK-. two jiuod 'I1p, two lots iu Harris J'ark Addition. Jiav 1'iKK yTKKKT. THIS IS A room JUouse wllli bawinifnt, IUkIiU. and vuUt. A OOOU liHK'K. K1VK ROOM bouse Willi (urnace. Drand new roof, lu a good location, t'asli or tonus. A OWl l-'OCH-KOOM HOl'SK OX Vino Street in iwoC couditiou. A OOOi; SIX W)M. MOUKKN home. All iu nood condition and iu a splendid residence section. Vacant. O. F. HOUSTON 41 At'HK l-'AKM. 27 1'i.OW Cl.AV and bottom and. very Rood, balance iood nastui'e. a rebuilt three room bouse, very good, lair barn Jiion and complete out buildings, jjos fcession soon, terms, live miles cast of tJlinton. A J2 At'KK FAliM, 70 ACKKS plow, fine improvements, electric lights, price $5.0i. C. K. HAWKIXS Rosedale, iud. 1'lionc 8 FJVJS liOOM HOl'SK AND IXCI.tJS-ed back porch. All newly decxji'at-cd. Three lots, on good road and not far from school. - Cecil Straughu, route three, Clinton. t'JVx BINOKK SKWiNO JMACH1.NK, COOI condition. I'lan.slojmer Welding Alachiue $20. U'yatt House, l.yford. tao.v BY CUCAMXO CAN'T KKMOVK it. One raying of Arab odorl bs mothproof prot4.'cts up to 13 yr. against moth damage. iA'e liaiu. KI.KCTK1C I'l'Ml'. (lOOiJ AS NKW. $40. Also four-horse moujr. $10. h. Al. Mitchell, Newport, Indiana. t:i FOt'lt UOOM HOISK, THHKK lots. Oarage, outbuildings. Choice corner location, reasonable. Hab-icht, 1-yford. tOx 2 I'AIK WOMKN'S SHOKS. 7t2A TiU. V1 North Seventh Strcel. I'houe 184-W. I!(" ilUHSSKS, SIX.KS 12 ANO 14, OOOU feather pollows, one im-ide door. 720 101m St., 1'hone 7S0-W. I.' LAROK SIZK HKATKOl.A AND OIL heater. 1114 South Seventh Street or phone ti70-W. ll. FL'IX FNAMKI, COAJ, RAXOK. 35. 1204 South Fouilh street. SMAI.I, CAIF. MRS. RtKJK Ol A-coiletti, Sandytowu, Fhone l'J''7-l. FIFTH V'F.IN COAL. AI,KO BliA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Rhone Vid-Vi. t 7-17-4 4 f 0HIOK, any kind you want. CTlntoa Auto Wrecking fart Co. Unties, Pbeoe B, VUuUm. Mtf BABY BU'GOY. Fighth Street. 1103 SOUTH t!lx I PALACE ae Mack of Newport, aud Mr. II. Hanson of Wiunamac, Ind.; and five trututfrn. Farmer. Archie and John, all of Newport; Albert of Chicago; and Faul in the 1.'. S. Navy somewhere in the Facific. One sister. Mrs. Blanch McOrath died at her iviua in cbicago only (wo uioutbB and two days before Mr. Moore succtuubed. Burial wa in lo Angeles. Tbro yur Scrap Into tha rucbU COLUMBIA TIRBSDAV Admission ifa and 2Jc IIIIIE GIRLS With Ana Harding Eyt iH Kt-yes iim Falivrnlxirg lslitf Brooks 4e f t Ihmiu-W "CHAMPIONS" Warner Short 35c TONIGHT 9c FRI. & SAT, 55c Big Double Feature 2 BIG PICTURES fSM OslUw liSMdaliHaH FEA1 1 RE k mi 17 f 1 ., t 1 s zryi . J I- Jft ' i , f'1 ,y Hillsdale News Of Interest LoceI Wouwn Attend Ciub Mfftiug in BotkviJte; Faster is Citest Here ' Mr. (Cecil Cbnrcb and Mr. Irene Mager attended the bunco club meeting last Thursday at Mr, flell Thomas of Rock ' Hie formerly of this place. Mis France Oliver and Mr. Fleanor Baywnger spent Sunday evening in Clinton. . Ren Church and Fred Church peut Sunday afternoon in Oana. The J. B- Fasixjr. Rev. Ooss and family of Terre Haute spent Sunday at Mr- and Mrs. Claude ifuvurt. I. i. fbnoDO and family nxove4 to the Ciea Orabam property. Mr. and Mr, fear! SykeB lisited at Cbrisman. 111. with their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morgan over the weekend. Mrs. Irene Magers and Mrs. Sarah Fonton attended grand lodge at In dianapolis as delegates from the ijiiii:,i u.j.eiiaii i-odno fhe i. a Church women served Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morion and children of Indianapolis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mis. R. 'f. Morton. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dugger have received word from their sou. Warren of I'. S. Army thai Re 1b now in Fngland. - Sam Underwood aud 4aughtcr, Klla spent Sunday at Kinsman with relatives. The Hjllsdak' Woman's Republican Club met at the home of Mrs. Maud B'own. Tuesday. Oct. loih. Mr. and Mi's. Richard Herrick are the parents of a son. boi'U at the Clinton Hospital Saturday, Oct. 7Ui. The U. B. Aid Society will have its all day meeting Thursday, Oct. 12th at the home of Mrs. Mary Roe-back. Mr. and Mrs. Kruest Brown visited their son. Jack of the U. S. Army last week in Oklahoma. Mrs. Lillie James tisiu-d last week near Terre Haute with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Icenogel. Officers Naiutid for Year At Ftrrj sviile School Betly Ann Stoup was elected pre-ident of the senior class of I'errya- vilte f'1'00' 'eceut class 1 ,, wuooi. r.ieau- or Hegg was elected vice presidenl aud Virginia Shumaker, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Lillian Fabler was chosen as sponsor aud Will Hyvm as con-spouor. Other class officers elected were. Junior, president, Doris Jones; vice president, George Metzger; secretary treasurer. Jean Hauna; aud sponsors. Miss Lucille Adam and Mrs. Kdna Allen; Sophomores, presidenl. Bill Switzer; vice president, Annie Holycross; socrclare-trcasurer, Fred 1 soup; sponsor, Mis Keith; Fresh man, president, jack Kuauz: vice president. Hill Jeiiner; secrelary- aud elected the following officers: eighth graie, president. Mary Ann Morgan; vice president, Richard Boughucr; secretary - treasurer, Frances Middletoli; sponsor, V. Adams; seventh grade, president, Lliz-abeth Jackson; vice president. Junior L'slock; secretary - treasurer. Willis Sare aud sponsor, Mr. Crow der. The G. A. A. officials for (lie school year are, porsident, Lleauor Hegg; vice president. Doris Jones; secretary-treasurer, Barbaia Holy-cross; aud activity caplaiu, Ruth Llleu Gouty. Save Words One picture can save 10,000 words in any man's language. LOANS,,, $50 $100 SZOO $250 2nd $300 Ye, you can obtain a loan based on your earniug ability aud you pay interest ONLY for the lime you bave the loan. 7'he Fuhlic Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If you are steadily employed in a factory, office, slore or elsewhere. Come in aud talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payment to suit your lucoiue. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 2 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to 150; amounts f 160 to 300, 1 !-; per month on unpaid balauce. A 150.00 loan repaid in five monthly Installments of I10.H2 each, cost 4.5 but if repaid in 10 day, costs only 50c. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or insurance . . . or any worthy purpose. If a loan can help you, phone or come to the Fubiic Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan Y ou Need. S Fay 10 Fay 12 Pay uu-nt. 6.U2 UO.O.i i.w;i went. 60 $ 7. t!l 100 0I4.US 2UO SZHJM SltiO 40.17 (MOO HI.U4 meats. 11.72 PUBLIC LOAN CO. Stum Main St. Rhone 2A2 IIWU FROTi'jUTION 2 ytiS. ON clothing and 5 yrs. on- rngs, furniture ao4 WJma, 'J1. ope spraying of Ari"b OtiorlesB pjotbproof. Me Huin. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Hire and Tube. Vulcanizing and Recapping done atd Guar anteed- Vtti and Rogart Mobllga Station, Joe Otaeoletto, Clinton. i!2t DEAD A W J MA REMOVED, larg or uuJl, prompt service. Call Crawford 21 or Crawler 621t Tjrre Haute or Pan 42 w j,ay gjj pbone cbarge. John Dl-.M) AMMJ lUOIKI of limine by li(4tcin " -. Ut-ur4 dtalrr. r .aU un ac awou as tiu y 4ie ami rvr-e 'bjuKc. Iaua 'eed iservice, liana, fbone fiu. text 4t ) Uj,AeiS. W O' ;ia.s for all uialu-B inMaib J. Mmt-Jbj and iail-pifM' for all ar. f-joieV. f'boue , boutb Main, iiiU ou i)b a beauiiluj new plnntuuuw jilouuliuK fruui f'iorao' tvMvlry Slum. IM Kill VI.. WK OOT JT! SI KE also 0 ply (ires Tn Oas Mar ket, 1)0 North Main Street, Clinton. WW UJIONZK SCiiliKX W1HK J6 MchIi - 2t' in.. 20 in., SO in., Zi in. t'liniou 1-umber A: Supply Co. Tel. S22. tiuaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Jiomestic. F. I lionebrake, Fbone I0i-t Clltt' ton or lii-i-t, Montezuma. iOIS OI H ' HUJS'J'MAS I.AVAM AV A lub and M'1X a KwpsaJu- Jia- inoiitl rbiK at kiUiuVn 4vwuliy Shop. liUN'NET TMANSKKK UX'AL, AND Jong distance nioiug. 4i'ti South i'ourth Street. I'bone 454. tfeDf MALE HELP WANTED bOVS TO CAKHY J'Al'KK ROUTKS. 10 years or over. Aplly , 13111 Ulackburn, Cliutonian. EOB KENT MOOKUX Fl'ltNlSHiSU AI'AKT-meut. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t4 3f WANTED TO BUY l'll'4(lt. U AMtill for quick sale on your 14 4 Crop Write: 1). H. Sclialliuger, co t.'ou-feciion Cabinet Corp., 4IJ0 W. Kric St.. Chicago. HI. 11 SAMTAity TOIl.KT. IN COOO CON-liitiou. Call i'airview. t90 FEMALE HEM WANTED KX I'KK 1 KN KD WAI TKKSS. lay. Autijnini Restaurant, Ninth Street. OOOD North W7x RI'TH 23S-K. K5tf HorsKKKKI'KK Owens, 211 N. FOR 2. Main, Tel. VVAITRKSS. VICTORY OlNKii. tSlx FAID NOTICES VOIR''' ' Sale of us.'d clothing aud other articles includijig evening aud street clothes. 12 a. ju. South Alain. Sal. ft :'', NOTK K Not responsible, for any bills con-traeled by anyone but myself. Sam Lambert. Lhbx ill. Li K AILS .NOTK li! b i.aij fr will meet Friday, . at lial). 7 : 30 t8S p. 01 .mihk: Rummage Sale. Saturday, Oct. XI, 217 South .Main St. 'J a. lu. to 6 p. ui. I'niiersal i', T. A. Ih'JX Wulitt'd tf Buy, SeH or Trade GOOD USi:D FURXITURK AND stoves. What have you? Tom Rigsby, 112 South Main Street. I'JOi In Menioriam 111 Meijj, wi:o lel( Ui i;eiob. r : V of Oianotti 17 ears ago lod-y. -. Threa tJiauolti and l-'amily. Ringworm Contagious Ringwurin on cattle is due to fungus and is contagious not only to otner eat tie but also to human beings. Round, hcaviiy crusted, hairless spots r&r.xxg in size from a dime lo a r.aif-duar, more common on tiie head and neck, are characteristic of bus tlyublo. Rhone 62 INDIANA I I j 1 i J Jabor leader pointe4 uwl (tbese aspeicU ot the situation: I. Furlber postTebaction 4elay appear inevitable, ltboutb bnion chief bav been prombiing rank and Hie member an Immediate favorable decision on tlteir vwage Mernand. CIO president Fbilip Murray bim- self previously pvt such a promise. 2. opponent of tbe adminjstra-tion in the labor field nay make po-Uiical capital of tiie incident. WIM May xwe jL'wUw 'true 3. Having failed to act on such a vital labor issue, the WM mayl lose tbe nonfidence of many nnions w bicb ill ref uae to bring their case before M. Mbor originally subscribed to the uo-strike pledge In return for tlte tri-partite agency to resolve wartime dispute. 4. Six month of time and effort spent by Murray' ateel worker in presenting testimony and mountains of evidence before the W(LB on the "Utile Suicl" issue resulted only in delay and finally no decision at all. lUtbor I'buis KK Talk 5. l-abor member of the Wf-B plan their own recommendations to President Roosevelt, condemning tie board for adopting a ''subterfuge in order to postpone and delay what it consider an unpalatable 4ecision." After three day of executive aes-sious on the question of modifying the wage freeze. Industry and public members of tite !B teamed up to approve -a resolution Xeight to four, with labor dissenting) slating that the board would "not include iu it factual report to the FreBident any recommendation for action one way or the other with regard to the Little Steel Formula." 1 The board i not sufficiently in formed as to the possible effect of a modification of tn tiuie nieei Formula on the price structure, and on the national economy generally, to warrant assurance that any modification could be made consistent with the stabilization needs of the country and with the provision of the act of October 2, 1942,'" the resolution said. The board announced further that it would decide peudiug case ac cording to present policy, although they could be reported in event of any change iu tlie stabilization pro gram. The WI.B also rejected, eight to four, an AFf resolution to re-guest Fresideut Roosevelt to revise the wage formula upward to com pensate for higher living cost. In A separate statement, the four labor members of the board declar ed that the resolution was "a clear surrender of the board commit meuts to exercise its judgment." Hungary Sues For Armistice; Reds at Prussia 'Cno'tnuod frnm Pmf The advance to Fonove was effected simultaneously with a drive to the Baltic coast region north of the l.ilhuauian port of Memel which isolated that city. The Soviet high command revealed lhat the Russians had reached t,jC Iia)lic regiou at I'alanga. 15 f kernel. The Oermaus rushed up reinforcements of three infantry divisions and one tank division to iaunch more than 30 futile counter-attacks. The olfcusive In the north was matched by Soviet columns smashing headlong through the Balkans in steady drives to knock Hungary out of the war. Occupy Hungarian Cities Hungary s second largest city, Szeged, and flu), capital of Transylvania, were occupied by the powerful Soviet legions- Soviet aircraft gave strong sup-' port lo the northern offensive. I11-icessanilv bombing the Gerinau and 'inflicting heavy losses on them. I ne advances norm ana east 01 Memel resulted in liberation of more than 100 localities. An additional 50 inhabited places were freed from the German yoke in drives northwest and west of Shai. Stalin Announce Capture The capture of Szeged after a crossing of the Tisa river wa announced in a special order of the day by I'ramier Marshal Joseph Sta lin I A broadcast by the Budapest ra - dio. heard by NB' asserted that "fresh German reinforcement bave .arrived iu the area between Szeged and Debrechen." No mention was made by Budapest of the announced ,a" of Szeged. (The Germans meanwhile report ed a new Soviet offensive in prog-; ress north of Warsaw bad penetrat- j ,ed Nazi position at several points.! it The Nazi account claimed that the Soviet penetrations, made be-iween the Vistula and Bug rivers. either were clean d or narrowed be-' ween the Vistula and Bug rivers, either were cleared or narrowed down.) j Oleiwbeliii Defenses In the fighting for Cluj. the high i command said, several German j strongholds were liquidated. The Germans had large force assembled for the defense of Clu) but there were ground down . by the Soviet j avalalK-he which broke into the eiiy troin three sldej.iK j,i,J i . - j I in Terre Haute visiting her daughter '"usurer, uics uunivau; sponsor, Jennie Cook. ' W,s' luU u Myers- Mr. and Mr. Barney Davitto audi J1"' seventh and eighth grade al-daughters AniU and Annette and j organized their classes recently NEWS COMEDY SPORTS STARTING I1P.M. SATLRDAV PCKOk rHPCTUR8 L,l!tL Roberta Klaiue of Chicago visited Mr. Davitto ' mother, Mrs. Anna fla-rigiiettl and brother Joe Davitto and family recently. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Little and family of Lihertyville visited Mr. and Mrs. William Counsell and lauiily recently. Andy Soltis of Whiting. Ind.. vis-j ited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Molle re cently. Mr. and Mr. John Dellacca of Marshall. III. visited Mr. Dellacra's parents. Mr. and Mrs Doin Dellacca. Mrs. Katie Gugllclmetti returned home after spending a few day with her daughter Mr. Kd Farriugion and family in Maywood, HI. Mrs. Margaret Vallosia and Mrs. Grace Abernathy spent a day iu Clinton recently. New Girl Seoul Troop Is Organized in Newport Under the sponsorship of the Newport Lions' Club, the local girl scout troop was re-organized this week. Miss Betty Simpson, high school home economics teacher, will be the new leader of the group. Approximately 40 girls attended the first meeting of the troop which t was held in the high school building Tuesday morning. Miss Virginia Walthall wa selected to help Miss Simpson in the leadership of the troop. The new scout troop will lie diu- ner guests at the regular meeting of the Lions' Club on Monday, Nov. 6. This is only one of the worthwhile projects the local Lions' club has started. Only two months ago. the club re-organized the Boy Seoul troop which is now under the leader- ship of M. J. Feicrsou and Roy Bush. ; .Wttb To CaawpMmf Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for KATHKVN DEVANIS Vii Pike St. Just Come I And Ask For Them ! Match This Space Every Df YOUR SAME MAY BE NEXT Fi ANO, 1215 SOUTH FOURTH Street. tyx LAROK J1ARY HUH, 7. 041 SOUTH Third street. ISkx 41UOD FATiNO AND CANM.V. pears. 250 N. Ninth St. I4. TJU0 0r. ft V.: IXST BOVS GLA.-SLS. DARK Kl.fK case, lost in f.iinton or between Clinton and S--niiytowu, reward. Notily Waller Oilman, Route t7x WANTED WORK AS HOUSKKLLTKit IX i widower' or motherless borne. i Box 105, Cayuga, lnd. l&x j a . A " PLLS ND f i: : I i - ' i FINAL TONIGHT "INVISIBLE A Loan Service ... Up to $300 in Tune With Your Needs of the Season. Quick Reasonable Convenient. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY MAN'S REVENGE" 225 Biackinan St. CLINTON,

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