The Bee from Danville, Virginia on November 27, 1930 · Page 7
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Danville, Virginia
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THE BEE, DANVILLE, VA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1930. WANT ADS AEE CASH IN ADVANCE This Size Type 8c a Word--2flc a Line. This Blzo Typ« 2c a Word--I2c a Line. Minimum Charge 3Cc. All Claasltled Advertising m The Register and The Bee will be run In direct combination only. Advertising beginning In the afternoon will be continued In the following edition ol The Register. The above are combination r*tes for Tin Register and The Bee. I-- ARTICLES FOR SALE 1-- Articles-- Varied. 2 -- Barter and Exchange. 3-- Building Material*. 4 -- Foods. G -- Household Goods.' 6-- '1-uel, Ice, Etc. 7 -- Machinery and Tool*. 8-- Musical-- Radio. 9 -- Oftice-- Store Equipment. 10 -- Seeds -- Plants -- Bulb*. 11-- Sp«rtlng Goods -- Gun*. 12-- Wearing AppareL IS-- Wanted to Buy. II-- AUTOMOBILES H-- Autos for Bale. 15-- Autos for 16-- Auto Repairing. IT-- Auto Tires, Etc. 18-- Wanted-- Autos. Etc. III-- ANNO DNCBMBNTS 19 -- Lost and Fosnt 20-- Special' NotlAa. IV-- AN1MAXS, FOULTBY, ETC. 21-- Poaltry-- ESCB. 22-- Dogs, Pets, Etc. i3 -- Horses-- Cattle, Etc. 24 -- Supplies-- Feed. V-- BU61NKS5 SERVICES 25 -- Business Services -- Varied. 28 -- Building -- Contracting. 27-- Housuhold Service. 28 -- Insurance -- All Kinds. a) -- Plumblnjf, Heating, Hoofing. 30-- Transfer-- Storage. VI-- BUSINESS PERSONALS SI -- Business Personals -- Varied. 33 -- Hair Dressers -- Barbers. 33--- Laundering. 34 -- Millinery -- Dressmaking. VII -- EMPX.O1MBNI 3(3 -- Help Wanted -- Female. S7~Help Wanted-- Hale. 38 -- Salesmen Wanted. 39 -- Agents Wanted. 40 -- Situations Wanted. VIII-- ED U CATIOXAIi 41-- Business and Trade Schools. 42 -- Private Instruction. IX -- FIN AN O1AI, 43 -- Business Opportunities. 44 -- Investments 45 -- Money to Loan. 48 -- Wanted to Borro-if. X-- BOOJ1S AND BOABD 47 -- Kooms With Board. 4b -- Kooma Without Board. 4t) -- Booms for Housekeeping;. W) -- Wanted -- Booms. 51 -- Wanted -- Board, Lodging. SI-- HEAL ESTATE FOB BENT 02 -- Apartments -- Flats. 53 -- Houses for Bent. 54 -- Business Locations. 53 -- Farms and Lands for Bent. 06 -- Garages for Kent. 57 -- Wanted to Rent. XII-- SEAL ESTATE FOB SALE 68 -- Homes for Sale. S3 -- Lots for dale. 60 -- Business Property for Sale. 61 -- Farms for Sale. 82 -- Real Estate for Exchange. I -- AKTICLEfc FO« SALE Machinery -- Tools 7 We Can Supply Your Needs In Pumps and water systems for every pur- posfe; estimates gladly furnished. Danville Pump and Machinery Co , IX--FINANCIAL Money to Loan Money To Loan uu jD:omono», watches, shotgun*, typewriters anu »U personal property. Low Interest r:' ·. Enterprise Loan Co.. H-te Main St. - atrb XI---Real Estate for Rent Apartments--Flats 52 For Rent: A Nice Apartment In * Stonewall Hotel, price very reasonable. United Hotels Corporation. 27rb3 For Bent -- Three Furbished Rooms, $12.00. No. 1325 N. Main St. Phone 788-J. 26br2 For Rent: Nicely Furnished Steam- heated rooms; Phone 1756-J. board II desired. 24br3 For Rent: Small Heatiif Apartment. Good location. Phone 1352-J. r 22rb6 VII--EMPLO YMENT Help Wanted--Male. 37 Attention, Men! with Real .Silk. Get a 2 now Territory available. . Each has over 400 repeat customers, also can' place 3 men to help out on established territory. Pay dally. About $135 per month to start. Apply Real Silk Hosiery Mills. 816 Greensboro Bank " and Trust Bldg., Greensboro, N. C. 26br6 Salesmen Wanter 38 MEN WANTED. for Rawleigh routes of 800 consumers each In Danville, Schoolfield and parts of Plttsylvanla and Halifax counties and nearby localities. Bellable hustlers can start earning $35 weekly and Increase every month. Write immediately. Rawleigh Co., Dept. VA-10-S. Richmond, Va. 27rb Situations Wanted Wanted- By .Middle .Aged .White lady, house-work or nursing, charges reasonable. Call 2069-J. 27rb ROCKY MOUNT ROCKY MOUNT, Nov.- 28.-- Mrs. Robert C. Wlgginton entertained at a bridge party. Saturday afternoon in her home on Diamond Avenue, in compliment to Misses Bailie Stevens of Roanoke, Kathleen Glass of Buena Vista. Three tables were engaged In playing. At the conclusion of the game, a most delectable ice course -was served. The guests weer, Misses Stevens and Glass, honorees; Ruby Walker, Grace Turner, Elizabeth Angle, Elizabeth Carroll, Lerabeth Menefee, Evelyn Scott, Hessle South Boston ' D. L. Traynham Dies SOUTH BOSTON. Nov. 27.--W)-Information was received here tJduy of the sudden, death In a hotel at Ashland Kentucky of David L. rran- ham of South Boston. Mr. Trayn- bam la a veteran traveling man and has made Ashland his headquarters for several years. He was born Led raised In this county. At this tl.Tie funeral arrangements have not been completed " but his body will be brought to this county for burial. Troop Call Surprise On Wednesday shortly after 12:CO o'clock theitown was surprised by the ringing of the riot call on the local fir alarm system. The call was :or Company F. local military unit which had been hurriedly summoned to Danville for duty In the mill district. The call while a surprise to many of the citizens was not unexpected by the local military unit as they had previously been notified to hold themselves In readiness for duty :n Danville If the situation should got beyond control of the county and cliy police. The men under command of Captain Hunter A. Headspeth ifft over the Southern at 6:10 full equipment. There was a large crowd at the station to see the boys off. Clubs May Merge A Joint meeting of the Lion and Klwanls clubs was held at Hallux at the Lord Halifax hotel on ruts- day evening of this week. The meeting was thef Irst joint meeting held for several months and was largely attended. The proposal to merge these two civic organizations was discussed, resulting in, the matter Leing left to the directors of the ciubs for disposal. In. the event the merger is adopted these two civic organizations from South Boston will cooperate and work Jointly with the six men's clubs of the county. William Hughes Dead William Hughes of Cluster Springs, age 56 years, died at his home en Monday of this week after an illno-ss last several months. Burial services were held on Tuesday afternoon with Interment in Cherry Hill church cemetery. He Is survived by his wife and several children. Locals Win Last Game The Crimson Cyclone closed a most successful season on Tuesday afternoon when it defeated the fast aud heavier team from the Scottsburgh High by the score of 14-0. Coach Snead began the season with a. ounch of raw material, half of which had never before played a game of football and succeeded in whipping them Into, an. excellent team work with Williams, Mildred Scott, Frances | machine-like perclsion In both de- 230 Loyal St 24br3 Wearing Apparel X ' 12 Ladles' Silk and Jersey Dresses Are priced lower at Raylass--where your dollar buys most. 335 Main St., Danville. 27br Wanted To Buy. 13 Wanted: To Buy Small Paying Business. In or near the city,. Address Box 76, care The Bee. 25br2 IV--ANIMALS. Poultry, Etc. Poultry and Eggs Fall Chicks: Will Soon Be Delicious arred Hock and winter broilers. Rhode Island Red babies each. Tuesday all from certified stock. Write today for Information. Quality Hatchery Co., Box 652. Lynchburg. Virginia. 22rbsututhur For Sale: Choice Purebred Rose comb young White Wyandotte roosters, $1.50 each. Phone 43P02, Richard Coates, Danville, Va. 27rb \-KUSlNESS Business Services Varied. 25 Ihe Old Reliable T. C. McLelland Shoe Shop 127 Market St. Phone 316. 13rbl6 III--AWNOUNCEA1E N i a Lost and Found. 19 Turkey Lunch 50c. Hotel Burton. 19rb* Special Notices. 20 Danville Machine Works, Electric ^ welding, 215 Lynn St. Phone 2430. 8rb* Big Thanksgiving Wrestling Match At Fox's Billiard Parlor, Thursday night, 8 o'clock, benefit of Church of Adventls. Also, special added free attractions, seven rounds of boxing. 26br2 Turkey Lunch SOc. Hotel Burton. I Flora, Sallle Prances Perdue, and Mrs. B. R. Dlxon. Mrs W. A. Bennett entertained the Young Matrons Auction Bridge club Saturday afternoon, in her home on Spring Street. After Boveral progression, refreshments were served Mr Frank B. Hopper of Newport News, who is walking from. Raleigh, N. C., to Roanoke, to attend the game Thursday, between V. P. I., and V. M. I., will arrive In Rocky Mount today, and will spend the night at Hotel Rocky Mount. He will be met In Roanoke by his family, who are traveling by automobile Mr. Hopper Is the lather of Frank Hopper who Is the Captlan of the V. M. I. football team. Mrs. C. A. Mattox the recent guest of her sister, Mrs. F. P. Brammer In Chrlstlansburg, has returned to Rocky Mount. Mrs. H. E Mosely is In Hopewell, to spenThanksglvlng Day with Mr. Mosely, ^ssiie expects to return the first of next week. Mr. W. A. Alexander the country- farm agent. Is leaving today for North Wllkesboro, to spend the Thanksgiving Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Alexander. Mr. and Mrs C. D. Spaugh left Sunday for their home In Great Bend, Kan., after spending ten days with Mrs. M R Warner in Rocky Mount, and H. W. A. C. J. Shoaf in Roanoke. Mr. Ryland Goode remains critically ill in Roanoke City hospital, where he is a patient Mrs. Goode and his daughter. Mi§s Clara Gdode are at his bed side The Rev. and Mrs J. W. Dixon have returned from Richmond, where they vllsted relatives and friends. Dlv. Supt. of Schools of Franklin. H. W. Ramsey, left today for Richmond, to attend the State Teachers Convention, which is in session there. Mr. and Mrs. Denton Peters who spent the past several days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Webb, have returned to Portsmouth, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W D. Rucker and little daughter, Frances, will arrive In town today, to spend the Thanksgiving Day holiday, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N Montgomery, and Incidentally to spend the Patterson-Peake marriage tomorrow evening. Miss Cora Ponton who is quite sick fensive and offensive playing. Personals VANISHED ESKIMO TRIBE GIVES NORTH MYSTERY STRANGER THAN FICTION Man Is Sent to Another Prison So He Can Smoke MUNICE. Ind., Nov. 26.--(/P)--Hither than stop smokln? Joseph Mllle;. 71, farmej\ yesterday obtained a change of t^atence on his convlotlon of assault and battery, to permit him to enter the state prison. THE 'TILLAGE OF THE DEAD" that Joe Labelle. trapper, foun d In the Arctic wilderness Is shown above. At the right Is Labelle; below, a typical Eskimo family like those of the tribe that vanished. By EMMETT E. KELLEHER (Copyright, 1930, NBA) "THE PAS. Manitoba, . 26. -- The northern lights have seen queer sights --as the much-quoted Robert W Service remarks--and the everlasting silence of the regions under the Arctic Circle cloaks some strange mysteries. But the northern lights do not tell of the queer sights, nor does the Arctic silence get vocal about Its mysteries There is nothing to do, usually, but guess. Far up la the heart of one of tne most lonely places on earth--In the Lake Angikuni country, 500 miles northwest of the port of Churchill, on Hudson Bay--a whole tribe of Eskimos has vanished. Somewhere, somehow, the endless desolation of Canada's northern Barren Lands has ^swallowed up 25 men, women and children. ^ It Is one of the most puzzling mysteries that has ever come down out of the Arctic. The news of It has Mrs. Hugh Kyle who has be^n a. j just reached The Pas, on the fringe patient In ~a. Winston-Salem hospltil, has recovered sufficiently to be m?v~ ed to the home of her daughter. Mrs. James S. Easley in Halifax, Virginia. Miss Nancy Lea who has been spending the past month in New York City has returned to her home on Upper Main street. Mrs. George Whittler of-Winjton- Salem, N. C., spent the week-end tJie guest of her sister, Mrs. H. W. Brown Dudley on Washington street. Lewis M. Walker left today to spend the holidays with his family In'Pet- ersburg, Va. in the home of her niece, Mrs. H. D. Menefee, Is reported much improved. Mrs. Minnie Zeigler who has been a patient In Lewis-Gale hospital for the past several months, is reported doing nicely, and will be sufficiently recovered -to return to her home in Rocky Mount some time next week. Mrs. Mary Jones Carper Willis and son Harry W. Willis of Roanoke, will- arrive in Rocky Mount tomrorow to attend the Patterson-Peake wedding. Miss Sallie Stevens the house guest of her sister Mrs. R. C Wigglnton, on Diamond Avenue, has returned to Roanoke. Mrs. C. L Hunt who has been quite sick for the past several days, is much Improved. Mrs. J. W. Wlmbish, J r , has returned from Salem, where she visited her sister. Mrs. Gordon C. White of civilization. It was discovered when one_ Joe Labelle, a roving trapper of the Barren Lands, came upon thfe tribe's abandoned camp. Its tents, m«le of caribou skins, were still standing. Inside were hides, clothing, cooking utensils,-even rifles--the-most prized possessions of any, Eskimo. There was no sign of violence, no sign of trouble. The place was simply empty. Mounted Police Join Search. The Royal Northwest Mounted Police have taken up the hunt, and white trappers have been, asked to be on the lookout. But nothlhg, so far. has been learned. Joe Labelle admits" that stumbling on the abandoned village gave him the creeps. A man doesn't get the creeps readily when he spends months at a time trudging by his lone across the Barren Lands, where there Is never a house, or a human being or anything to break the white-rimmed silence, but Joe Labelle got creepy, just the same. The empty sky and the silent, rocky plain held a mystery, and the trapper didn't like it. Even when he spied the tent colony, Labelle says, he sensed that there was something wrong. He had beached his canoe on the edge of the lake, ·a hundred yards or so distant, and he let out a hail of greeting as he walked up. But there was no answer. Then "two half-starved "husky" dogs crawled out and came towards him. They did not snarl and bark, as huskies usually do with a stranger; they 1 crept up, whining dolefully. The ·* A Holiday Puzzle 19rb- Shoes for the Entire Family--at Great savings. Raylass--where your dollar buys most. 335 Main St., Danville. 27br NOTICE ^x^ is to notify the public that G. K. Linkous is not In any way connected with the Motor Service Com- j pany, Incorporated I EPPBS CARTER, | Trustee of the Motor Service ! Company, Under Deed of , ' Assignment. 27b Fif teen-Month Term For Selling a Drink DISSOLUTION NOTICE. . The co-partnership of J. C. Hunt and W. B. Hunt, Gretna. Va., trad- Ing ae J. c. Hunt and Son, haa been dissolved, by mutual consent, J. C. Hunt retiring. The mercantile business of the old firm will be continued at same stand In the name of W. B. Hunt. Signed: J. C. HUNT, W. B. HUNT. Gretna, Va. Nov. 28, 1930. 27rb2 JR. O. U. A. IrtT NOTICE. ' All members of 3ros- vllle Council No. 61, Jr. O. U. A. M., are requested to attend Thanksgiving services at Brosvllle Church Sunday morning ·t 11 o'clock. C. D. HYLTON, Recording Secretary^ 27rb. bodies of seven dead dogs were lying around, · A "Village of the Dead"' ''There were six tents, made out of skin." he says "I'll admit that when I went In the first tent I was a little Jumpy. Just looking around, I could see the place ^hadn't known any human life for months, and I expected to find corpses Inside But there was nothing there but the personal belongings of a family. A couple of deer parkas (skin coats) were In one corner. Fish and deer bones were scattered about. There were a few pairs of boots, and an iron pot greasy and black. Under one of the parkas I found a rifle It had been there so long It was all rusty. "The whole thing looked as if it had been left Jusc that way by people who expected to come back. But they hadn't come back. " "I went outside and looked over the rest of the camp. I tell you, I was puzzled. I figured there had been about 25 people in the camp but all signs showed the place hadn't been lived In for nearly 12 months A3 I strolled about, with those two walking skeletons of dogs following me. I found the other tents in a similar state. Kecalls "E\ll Spirit" "I tried to figure out where those Eskimos had gone to. They hadn't moved to a new territory, or they would have taken their equipment, especially their guns and their dogs Then I thought of the Eskimos' 'evil spirit' Tornrark, who has an ugly man's face with two long tuska stick- Ing up from, each side of the nose The natives live In fear of Tornrark, ajid they wear charms' to ward him off. I thought about Tornrark, and I had to make an effort to put the picture out of my mind. "I walked Into another tent One side had been ripped to ribbons by the wind. On the floor were three fox skins, made worthless by rain and snow and mud. Under them was another rusty rifle. Those two rifles seemed strange--the last thing an Eskimo ever parts with Is his rifle One of the dogs brushed against my legs and whined, and I thought of that Tornrark again and got outside. "I went down to the lake and won- derel'^lf the whole tribe had got drowned. But that sounded slly, unless they had all commtted suicide, which didn't seem likely. Then I found one of the most puzzling things of all. Gra\c Is Riddle. "It was an Eskimo grave, with a cairn built of stones But for some reason the grave had been opened. The stones had been pulled off ol one side and there was nothing Inside the cairn at all. I had no way of telling when It had been opened. or what had been done with the body Tt had once contained. And I couldn't figure out why it had been desecrated "I stajed around all afternoon, trying to figure things out. There were no signs of any struggle Everything looked peaceful But the air seemed deadly I caught a few fish out of j the lake and gave them to the two] dogs, and then moved on I didn't want to spend a night there." During the season Labelle visited a dozen or more Eskimo camps, but In none of them could lie find anyone who knew anything of the deserted camp Most of the Eskimos, when he told them about It, blamed Torn- rark and let it go at that. Probe Deepens Mj story. Officers of the Northwest Mounted Police, trying to trace the lost tribe. are equally puzzled. They say the tribe may have perished In a blizzard while off on a caribou hunt, although admitting that H Is unlikely that all the women and children would have gone along Pestilences occasionally strike Eskimo camps-but In that case there would have been bodies One queer clew did come to light, but It hasn't lessened the puzzle. A tribe living about 150 miles north of the abandoned camp has an adopted 10-year-old Eskimo boy, who seems to have wandered into camp one day a few months ago and who does not belong to any ol the nearby camps But the boy and the tribe are reticent about things, and nobody has learned anything from them so far. Another time an Eskimo named Saumek was brought down to a hospital on the Hudson Bay railway for treatment -for frozen legs It was thought that he might know something about it. so. after a long search ail Eskimo was found who coul speak Saumek's dialect, and he be gan to question him. But Saume refused to talk about It, mentlonini Tornrark mysteriously and refusin, to answer any questions. It occurred to the authorities thn Saumek might talk If he got Intoxl cated So his Eskimo questioner wa given a quart of whisky and told t ply Saumek with It. This. too. fall ed. Saumek refused to touch a drop Like most Eskimos, lie did not like the taste of it. So any knowledge that Saumek might have remained a secret. The police (ire doing-their best to unravel the mysteiy. They may succeed; on the other hnnd, 7he Arctic 's lull of mysteries. The northern .Ights have seen queer signcs, but the northern lights keep their secrets. ' AUCTION' SALE I will sell at public auction for cash on Wednesday, December 3 1930. at 3 p m at'627 Main St. the entire lot of machinery, spare parts accessories of all kinds tires an tubes. second-hand automobiles, paint and paint shop equipment office furniture and fixtures, accounts receivable, license and lease all the property of the Motor Service Corporation, will be offered separately and as a whole EPPES CARTER, Trustee. 26br2-2br Mrs. Marie Badger, 27, of 'Detroit, Mich., was sentenced to serve 15 'months in the Federal Penitentiary |for Women at Alderson, W. Va.. ;because she sold a sinele dirnk of I whiskey. It was her firit offense. i SJ0 Y'.rrTM--'" " I ' / ' i o K l ' / - , I · 1 ,': t, /.s . V nl ·, HORIZONTAL, 1 K.vpredsm gratitude*. n Befiton Inc. J 1 To help. 12 Anrictilnte. ' 1 Afternoon meal. 13 Exists. 16 Envoys. · 8 Type . mcflsnre. 10 Blower. 20 I,InM». :!7 Kouthenst. :U Deviates. 40 All rlRht. 41 Since. 43 Horso. 44 Verb. 45 Malz*-. -' 46 To harden. 47 Rerrptarlo /or food. VKRTICAli J Knd of a OrcHg coat. 2 1'ronoun. :J Tnld pub, liclty. 4 Sharp. 3 To sink. O To secure. 7 Thought. YKSTKRnAY'.S ANHWKR BIR|A|ClE»Dl IQIYISITIEIRI HOB HGSQ 1)0111-8. ·24 Knock. ^ 130 l'«ntt'liiM . £8 Blt-rt. :JO Alleged foiTf-. ;li Tree. ;Kt HnitcnriT. ;M 8 Neuter pro- nonn. 0 Born. 10 Football -- ? 1:5 Assessment amount. 1 n rortnMo stairways. 17 Recoils. lOSnble. 21 Spigot. 22 Kvll. 23 Tog. 2GNrn»ll fov. 27 Haukct nil. i"g*. li8 Purnlshci! with pui ofl. 20 Houcionil fowl :)2 Kncountors. :t(l MnpTe. :t« Self. 40 Coin. 42 Klllicr. ·n At t n , We Are Selling USED CARS At almsot unheard of Prices, Our entire stock of Used C^rs has been greatly reduced in price-Below we list some of the cars in stock. Model 'T" Fords Roadsters.... $30 up Tourings . . . . $35 up Coupes $35 up Sedans $90 up Truks $55 up Model "A" Fords Roadsters, Std. Coupe Spt. Coupe Tudor Sedan Fordor Sedan OTHER MAKES 1927 Essex Coach, 1927 Whippet Coupe 1928 Nash Coach 1927 Pontiac Truck 1927 Essex Coach 1926 C h e v r o l e t Touring. , 1928 Whippet .Roadster See these values if you are on the market for cheap transportation. Most all cars have been reconditioned and repainted and are iV) good condiiion. CROWELL AUTO CO. Used Car Depl. 1st. Floor Phone 2120 GVTEWOOD COAL WOOD CO. Telephone 310 Good wood and coal at the lowest possible prices--Call us for your next load. C. M. McCEAW, Phones 349 and 2506-W Miller was fined 8700 and .sentenced to six months at the state penal farm, where rules prohibit smok'ng. With consent of the Jurors. Judge A. L. Quthrle changed the sentence 'o one to ten years In state prison, where tobacco la furnished SCHEDULE CHANGES Effective after 12:01 noon Sunday, November 30th., the following schedule changes will be made in trains leaving Danville: NORTHBOUND No. 32 Lv. Danville. .. 9.12 P. M. No. 38 Lv. Danville ... 9.S5 P. ~ I No. 40 Lv. Danville ..12:15 A. \"o. 136 Lv. Danv^ie ... E:40 A. ·- Kastbound No. 14 Lv. Danville 2:05 P. M. S O U RAILWAY m E R R · Y S T E For Starter, Generator and Magneto Trouble Sec our Mr. Lakey at West End who lias had jears of Experience in this Work. 13 Plate 12 mos. Battery $6.85 Ex. Automotive Service Corporation Save Safely With Red Bird Coal A Most Satisfactory Coal Always Call us at Phone 92 Red Bird^Coal Co. For Health--For Economy For Real Satisfaction Use DAN VALLEY FLOUR A Favorite for 35 Years. Always Good--Always the Same White Leader Dan River T E L E P H O \ NO. 87 Automobile and Truck Repairing-. Radiator Work Welding and Brazing. YOUNG BAILEY Rear Leeland Hotel You Should Use Pasteurized Milk VERY person wants to know the truth. We all want the facts. If there is a best kind of milk to buy, of, course you \vant to know about it. All right, then, here are the facts and truths about pasteurized milk as shown by the scientific world, and the reasons why you should us»e PASTEURIZED MILK. Reason No."2 'appeared in last week's paper. Reason No. 3 Pasteurized milk is pure, wholesome milk. It is milk which has been heated to a temperature of 142-145o F. and held at this temperature for thirty minutes and then cooled immediately. This is done so as to make the milk absolutely safe for human consumption. JHeatimj the milk up to this temperature kills all possible disease germs 'that might be in the milk, as a result oJ^the cows which produce the milk being infected with tuberculosis, or the men who handle the milk having colds, sore throats, or some other contagious disease, such as typhoid, diphtheria, scarlet fever. Reason No. 4 and 5 will appear in this paper next Thursday. . Call us today and have our wagon leave you pasteurized milk tomorrow, or insist on pasteurized milk from your grocer. Danville Dairy Products Phone 680 Loyal St. Phone 581

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