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(1) NotiCM 1(2) BiniiMM S«rv. (Cent.) (4) For Sato (Gout) 1(4) For Sol* (Coat.) (4) For SoU (Coat.) NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Estate of C. R. Jones. Deceased Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday. November 7th. 1055. is the claim date in t h e estate of C. R. Jones. Deceased. pending in the County Court f Saline County. Illinois, and th.:t clainu may be filed against tin ·aid estate on or before said date without issuance of summons ' RACHEL J JONES ; Administrator GLEN O. JONES and i CHARLES H. THOMPSON* | Attorneys. 8* !· Appreciation I wish to thank all those v h helped make my stay in the hospital a pleasant one with their cards and visits. I want to especially thank the Rev. and Mr». C A. Cronk for their many visiu aivl the Nazarene church for their card-, and flowers. Kenneth Kirby. * "5 1 ' PHONE 55 FURNACE CLEANING Okr Cool Yard and Tin Shop. 285-tf BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE Rexall Ic sale at Rainbow's -- a good time to lay in sundries at lo\x cost 85-- BARRETS TV 7 Day Nile Service 219 So Granger Ph. 108frW Antennas Installed. -- Part*. GUARANTEED WORK. U K H A U L ( A N S . A.sHKS. ( ) \ C K a week. Si M m o n t h C a l l 11J2-J, 11 L Seels, 109 K M c H a n e ·84-3 IW1GHTEN THE CORNER OK an room w i t h a living plant, phil odendrum or floxienng plant in beautiful container from the D a v - enport Pos\ Shop Ph 115 79-- SAHARA COAL. WASHED AND FOR THK BEST IN TERMS A N D sand trade in allowance, make your next automobile purchase from PORTER K E N T CHEVROLET CO.. SHAW NEETOWN. 62 tf Page Th« Doily lUgfetor, Hormburg, Illinois Four Thursday. October «. 1;»:. 1 i oiled. Kindling, chat. rock, sane a ! and limestone. Milligan Coal Yard Ph. 507-W. 1-tf (4) ForSoU(ConHmMd) SUFFERING FROM t i s i n ' Get A R T R H U teed pleasant relief. Rexall Drug Store. RHEUMA for guaran- RaTnbow's 1-- FRYERS. PAN DRESSED OK alive. Corrie's. Ph. 943 W. Dorris Hts. 85 1 NEW 1U5C C.E I ' H F TV P K I C K S -tart at $ll!»!»5 l l \ IN APl'1.1 A N C E l. O . iil." K Popl.ir t3 - CONCRETE BLOCKS 19c. MOLIN- arolo block works, Muddy, 111., ph. 20F2. 36-- R U M M A G R F R I large si/ed women's elry and novelties. Walnut. A \ l SVV clothing, jexx Rear, -'10 \V 85 2 IT TOOK V I 1\ A K S (3) ForlUfit S K K M C E STATION FOR I'h 333 R for i n f o r m a t i o n LEASE 79-- DESIRABLE O F F I C E ROOMS and suites in Rose bldg. Air conditioning if desired See Atty L. M. Hancock or Hudson Mugge. 31- 4 K M 1006 S r ard. S E M I M O P HOI SE AT Land. Dr. \ \ m J Black 85 2 '3 RM. MOD. Travelstead. APT. DR. B. H. 39-tf GOOD Vista. 5 RM HOUSE AT BUENA Pickford Flower Shop. 75-- NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Estate of Edward B. Stephenson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, November 7. 1955. is the claim date in the estate of Edward B. Stephenson, Deceased, pending in the County- Court of Saline County. Illinois. and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. ETTA STEPHENSON Administrator. K. C. RONALDS Attorney. 70-- HAHRISBURG TRANSFER CO." Inc., Wbeaton Van Lines, agent fh. 91 day--«17-J nifht. 702 E. Locust M OTing and storag*. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Estate of Theodore Hendrickscn, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, November 7, 1955. is the claim date in the estate of Theodore Hendrickson. Deceased, pending in the County Court of Saline County. Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date Without issuance of summons. CLAUDINE HENDRICKSON Executor K. C. RONALDS Attorney. 79-- 3 RM U N F U R N MOD. APT $20 mo. 1335 S McXinley. ph 238R. 85-- 3 RM. HOUSE WITH ELECTRIC service. 5 mi S of Hbjj. on good gravel rd. 1229 S. Webster. *84-3 3 RM. FURN. APT. PVT. BATH. Refrig. $25 mo. 300 N. McKinley. 75-tf TWO HOUSES AND 3 LOTS AT t21 and 625 W. Lincoln. One house rented Good income property. Will ell cheap. Inq. NATIONAL PAINT A N D W A L L P A P E R STORE. 65-tf F I L L E R BRUSHES G. A. COCHRAN. Eldorado. 69-- K E D J U'KF.T ELECTRIC WATER ··\Ntem«i on terms \ou can well afford O'Keefe Lumber Co. 85-- START YOUR "MEAT - TYPE" HOGS at farrowing time. Feed Staley PIG MAMA 5O50 with grain to your sows and pigs for bigger profits. Feed Pig Kisses in a creep. Ask me about them. WOOLCOTTS MILL. HamsDurg. Rt. 34 at Pankeyville Galatia. 35-2 TEXCEL TAPE AND DISPENS- ers. for home and office. Wholesale and retail. Ask about our quantity wholesale prices. Harrisburg Printers, 22 South Vine, Ph. 1180. N E W ELECTROLUX. $6975. I ' l l 496- W. £:5 ! PHONE 55 Blue Bird Coal, all grada* City Coal Yard and Tin Shop. 285-tf p e r f e i t a No t.ike* i r e p a i r t i lex i- II · ion t t ! Used Car Clearance Sale a t e l x Wo u and i \ our Mce i y n d '.o 1 u ' t o r v .e the l a t e s t !·-! e'iu:|- : H i ' H : e o n i s t u d i t s .-, x a t i s i . i c t i o n v, n h i".u our a i m -. accur . m d j ! d s xx ell GOOD USED rm. suite, $20. M O H A I R L I V I N G 1006 S. Fe.izel Uzz YOUR SHOTGUN SHELLS AT HAUPTMANN GROCERY. TV and Ph. 2:102 e's A I M M . I A N t M i l l - YOUR LIVING ROOM MADE complete, with new doors, new floors. See us for home ideas. O'Keefe Lumber Co. 1-PERSONALIZED -- CLOTH LAB- els. With your name and address. No sewing -- just iron on. Used on all clothing by children, homes, travelers, military' personnnel. 50 assorted color labels for $1.00 at Harrisburg Printers, 22 South Vine. Phone 1180. 65-tf 8 SHOATS MARION OR CURTIS 1-tf j Tanner, Stonefort. 85-3 5 RM. 1215 S. MOD HOUSE. S33 McKinley Ph. 238M. MO 2 RM. APT. FIRST FLOOR, PVT. bath, all furnished Stoker heat. 333 Dayton. Ph. 932-R. 83-tf ALL MODERN 5 ROOM HOUSE. gas furnace By owner. Ph. 1425-W. S5-- RUBBER STAMPS AND MARK- ing devices of all kinds. In stock and made to your order. Quick MODERNIZING YOUR KITCH en? For custom built cabinets, call 894R. Alvey Electric Shop, free estimate. 71-- service and lowest prices, Harris- \ personalize FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS AVAIL- able. HARRISBURG ICE CO. 14-TWO 4-RM. APTS., PVT. BATH. Also two 3-rm. apts., pvt. bath. Legion Apartments, Ph. 167. 65-tf SPACIOUS M O D E R N 4 RM. APT. near McKinley school. Leo Richmond, ph. 1188R or 1274R. 824 NICE LITTLE 4 RM. SEMI MOD. house near Ledford. Leo Richmond, ph. 1188R or 1274R 8 2 4 burg 1180. Printers. 22 S, Vina, P E R S O N A L I Z E D -- BOOK plates. Your name imprinted to i personalize and identify your li- Phone, brary. Many designs to choose from. 50 for $1.00 at Harrisburg Printers, 22 South Vine, Phone 1180. 65-tf 3 ROOM MODERN apartment; pvt. ent 115 South Vine FURNISHED and pvt bath, street. *80-tf WARM MORNING HEATER. PH. 2601 Carrier Mills. »85-2 68 HEAD HAMPSHIRE SHEEP, well matched team, mare and horse, well broken. Mont Scott, l ' v mi E. Stonefort on Stonefort Rt. 1. 83-6 BEAUTIFUL 9 FT WESTING-j house refrigerator in excellent con- FROZEN FOODS. 200 ITEMS. dition: 4 burner ivory enamel f i n - 1 Frozen Food Center. HARRIS- ish oil stove, very good. 1203 S. Webster. *85-2 BUILDING MATERIALS. 36 MOS. to pay. O'Keefe Lumber Co., Inc. 75-- COAL jo 50 $7 50 TON P K L I V - ered G E O R G E C H A N C E Y . Ph 734-R. 81 -SPECIAL! SAT. AND SUN. C H O C O I . A T K T A S T K K - K R K K X A T S A M K P K I C K its u-s'.ial in p i n t s . (.'((IK'-*. O t C . DAVE EVANS T A S T K K - K K K K X "17 K. Poplar ALUMINUM STORM WINDOW Sale. Double track windows installed $19.95. Aluminum doors I installed $59.95. Ornamental iron custom made. We repair Venetian blinds. Free Estimates. Ph. 193. KARL L. WALLACE, 71-- BURG ICE CO. GET AN ESTIMATE MODERN CONSTRICTION R e p i i r -- H e model Aluminum storm dnorv \ x i n d o \ x i HOUSTON SMITH RALPH STOUT 1U33 S Roosevelt. 69-- 1955 Chev. V8, 210 Series. 4 Dr. Sedan. Power Glide. Ka-tio and Heater, and Seat Covers. Like New. 1!54 Chev 210 Del Ray Coupe. 2 tone color, one owner SI !75 1953 Ford V8, 2 Dr. Sedan. Overdrive, R H. 2 tone ureen. Si U»5 lt53 P l v m 4 dr. Sedan. Cranbrook. Overdrive. Heater. Tinted Glass, 20.000 actual miles, $1195 lir.3 Pontiac 8. 4 dr. Sedan. Hydramalic. R H. clean. Sl25n 1951 Chev 4 Dr Sedan. Deluxe. Power Glide. R 4 H. 2 Tore Color, one owner. $750. H"1 Chev 4 Dr. Sedan. Deluxe. Power Glide. R i II. Sc it Covers. $750. 1SI51 Chev 2 Dr. Sedan. Fleetlinc, R H, Scat Covers, one o w n e r . $695 1951 Ford V8 Tudor. Radio and Heater, blue. $650 1931 Packard 4 Dr Sedan. R H. white tires, local o w n e r St'o 1949 Chev 2 Dr. Fleetlme. R H. Green, $495. SPECIALS 1951 Ford V8 Club Coupe. Overdrive. Radio and Heater. S595 151 Dodge 2 Door Wayfarer. Green, very clean. $495 1951 Plymouth 4 Dr. Sedan. Cambridge. Green. 5495 1!50 Buick 4 Dr. Sedan. Special. Radio and Heater. S49" 1950 Chev 4 Dr. Sedan. Fleetline. Maroon. $495. 1948 Chev 4 Dr. Sedan. Blue, clean, $225. 1948 Pontiac 6. 2 Dr. Sedan. 2 tone, $175. 1948 Chev. Station Wagon. $150. 1941 Chev 2 Dr. Sedan. Green. $75. 1951 Chev. Sedan Delivery Panel, $550. 1950 Chev 3-4 ton Pickup, 4 sp. trans.. Deluxe Cab. Good "I.ies. Overload Springs, $550. 1950 Chev. 3-4 ton Pickup, very clean, blue, $495. Sales Pept.: Hack Wilson, Glen Phelps, C'. I. M o r t o n . An evening 1 appointment may be arranged by c a l l i n g 390 or 413, Eldorado. LOW COST GMAC F I N A N C I N G U n i t s from $-100 up carry a 30 day 50-50 w r i t t e n guarantee. BURNETT MOTOR CO. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER SINCE li»2.", PHONE 390 QVICKIF.S Ken Reynolds NICELY FURN. MOD APT 3 rms pvt bath Downstairs. C A E. H a u p t m a n n . ph 89W. 75-tf (2-A) Bin. Opportunities AN OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO business for yourself and be your own boss. The Western Auto Associate Store franchise is now available for several towns in this area. Be one of 3400 men. just like yourself, who own and operate Western Auto Associate Stores coast to coast. Get the many benefits of chain store operations, yet own and operate your own business. F.x- perience not necessary, we tram you, and assist in the f u l l set-up of your store Write for free booklet which explains this profitable pi: n No obligation Walter Gardner. 27-21-A Trimble, Paducah. Ky Phone 5-7393. 85 l~2 (2) 2 RM. F U R N . sink, newly dec. Walnut. HOUSE, $15 mo. RATH, 320 W. 80-tf BLUE BIRD COAL, WASHED, oiled; treated. 3 x 8 and stoker. Jackson Ice Coal, ph. 256. 1-tf 1953 HOUSE TRAILER. 2 room, 40 ft. Inquire 628 N. gcr. Gran- ! ·85-3 IMODINE HEATER, EXCELLENT condition. Priced right. Dr H. J. Raley. -85-3 VACUUM CLEANERS MOD. APT CALL AT FASHION Palace or 322 W. Poplar. 49 tf W I N T E R OATS AND BARLEY, $1 25 bu. BONA'S GENERAL STORE, Harco. are our only buiineaa. 0. R, Buiord, Mt Vernon. (4) ForSoto OR TRADE w h i t e leKhorn rado l-F-5. FOR PIGS -- 50 pullets, Ph. Eldo- ·85-2 1949 PLYMOUTH 4^DR. SPECIAL *82-5 ' deluxe. Also 1941 Ford coupe ' Bill Borders, Dorris Heights. *85 3 ALWAYS WONDERFUL WEATHER INDOORS HEATING -- COOLING 36 MO. TO PAY STAIN'S, Phone 923W N A T I O N A L PHARMACY WEEK s O C T O B E R 2 8 SKAGGS PHARMACY has served t h i - s area sitico 1903 with careful, accurate prescription service, fine toiletries, drtijr ptindries, fine tobaccos and f o u n t a i n service. FOR BEST NEW LOW COST C r o s l e y television on terms. O'Keefe Lumber Co. a*5-- FIREPROOF SECURITY BOXES, 111.75, also suitable for small wall or desk safes-- now available at Harriaburf Printers, a South Vine. 5 RM. MOD HOUSE. CLOSE TO srade and high school, has 3 bed- iooms. large living room, kitchen xxith double sink and cabinets, one bedroom knotty pine. Lot completely fenced. Ph. 1105-W. 82-6 2 YR OLD WHITE FACED HF.IF ier with calf by side. Ph. 849 - M X . 843 HEATING STOVE, FOUR TIRES .7.60 x IS; also 'S3 model All State Motor Scooter. 1029 S. Ledford. (5) Wanfwd WOMAN TO KEEP BABY IN home Ph. 1348-W or call at 11H S Vine. 85-1 WATER HAULING. NEW TANKS. Ph. 33F4. Low den Perkins. 83-10 TO R E N T NICE MODERN SMALL hou.se by couple. Call 389M after 5 p. m. »83-tf Markets W I L L BUY: knee-hole desk. LADIES' Ph. 534. G O O D 842 WILL BUY: GOOD USED MEAT .slicer of medium size. Write P. O. Box 195, Shauneetown. 111. 83-3 ook the ex e-the C 0 M P L E T E DINING ROOM suite. Houston Coker, Dorris Heights. gj-2 YOU (JOT THK PICTURE ·«,K! SET 3 WALL CABINETS W H I T E metal, cheap. JOE GIDCUMB'S USED Furniture, 17 S. Vine St. 84-2 . . We can f i n a l l y w h o l e x x n r l d strai.'M in tV except th.it loan c n m p . m j in RcKistcr W a n t A d s ' " A N T I Q U E SOLID W A L N U T LOVF, s e a t , n e w l y upholstered. t u f t e d a r m s and h a c k . $". Lnrge chest of d r a w e r ^ , $10 1028 S Webster 85-1 ALE1IITE LUBRICATION Ice. See Frank Owena. Motor Co. SERV- PERSONALIZED -- A D D R E S S Saline I-abeN. Your n a m e and address 1-tf ' printed on R u m m e d labels. Ideal i fur stationery, envelopes,, greeting FULL LINE OF MAYTAG WASH- cards, checks books, or loaned i t e m s . 300 for SI 00 at Harrishura Printers, 22 South Vine. Phone 1180 65-tf er parts. Service on all makes of Conventional and automatic washers. Irvin Appliance Co., 615 E Poplar. Ph. 1146. 4-tf BAKER TV SERVICE Day. Nile, Sunday Ph. Galatia 48-C '4»i FORD. R L A C K W I T H 4 NEW t i r e s , radio and heater N-.v ( f i x e r s 13 E Park St ^V NOTEBOOKS, SHEETS. INDEX- es, for every reed. Harrisburg Frinteri, 22 S. Vine. Phone 1180 T W O B E D R O O M S . A L L M O D E R N home on North Mill St , in Carrier M i l l ' This homo is in A-l condi- t . n i i , \ i t h nexx stoker er| se.- \ \ ' ! - i n Nolen, ( . i n : , r \1, If interest- N M i l l S t . 70 12 A L L WRONG, MAC: I t ' s not the weather that's af- fectms your television . . . it's v o u r set t h a t needs repair. 7 q u a l i f i e d servicemen S service trucks Latest test equipment enable us to give ou courteous. e f f i c i e n t service. Let's get it taken care of today! UZZLF T K L K V I S I O N * Phono Carrier Mills 2303 R U M M A G E FRI AND SAT. CLO t h i n « j all si7es Aqua formal size 9, Girl Scout uniform Electric irons and toasten Dazey churn. runs, fruit, percolator, etc. 1101 S Fcazel. 852 (RADIANT CIRCULATING 60.000 * BTU Gas space heater, now onl\ $100.95. Irvin Appliance Co , 615 E. Poplar St. 74 30 RED SPOT OUTSIDE P A I N T , special at $5.49 gal. during f a l l painting season. O'Keefe Lumber Co. 84 6 BIRD DOGS: pointer. 723 W. R. S E T T E Robinson, 1 A N D 1411 ·H52 OR T R A D E FOR CITY P R O P E R - ty. by o x x n r r : F a r m , consisting of HO acres. 2 U J mi. W. of Carrier M i l l s , w i t h 5 rm house, f u l l b a ^ o - ment and bam 50 x 52 ft., also good henhouse. Another f a r m : 20 acres w i t h good 4 rm house, f u l l basement and o u t b u i l d i n g s , 2 mi. N. W. of Carrier M i l l s Sec W i l l odum. 2'a miles W of Carrier M i l l s or Ph 3722 7810 (5-A) Help WM SALESMAN FOR LOCAL SOFT drink route, age 25-40, High school education. Uniforms furnished. Group insurance, hospitalizatlon and paid vacations. Must be energetic, and interested in making a future for himself in this business. Write box V. L, B. car* of Daily Register. S5-tf HOUSEKEEPER IN ALL MOD- crn home m the country, no ob- irction to children, only 1 in fam- ilx . Also for sale, plenty of all sues ladies' clothing. For further information call at 107 E. Gaskins. 853 TELEPHONE OPERATOR FOR Galatia Independent Telephone Co. to bo«in work on or before Oct. 15. See or phone Edgar Thompson, Rt. 2. Galatia, or C. L. Lockwood, Rt. 1. Galatia. 84-2 LIVESTOCK ST. LOUIS NATION \L STO K YARDS, 111. V -- Livestock. Hogs 9,500. mostly 1525 l o - x r r bulk mixed No. l. 2. 3. 2H) 2^0 Ibs. 15.50-15.60; moderate n u m b e r 15.65; several hundred head most. ly No. 1, 2, 15.75: about 70 head No. 1. 2, largely No. 1. 200-230 Ibs 15.85; lowest top since M a r c h . heavier weights scarce: 170 Itfit Ibs. 15.00-15 25; few to 15 M Cattle 2,000. c a l v e s liiK), s t e e r , and heifer.-, moderately act n o d«- mand; clearing several loads and lots good and choice r a r l i t i L ' s and medium weight steers s t e a d y at 19.25-23.25; good and clinic e h' it ers and mixed yearlim;s I S I H I 21.50; vealers 1 oo h i g h e r , good and choice 2000-2400: f w h^h choice and prime 2S(X)270o Sheep 600; fully stradv , m o s t l y chocie; few prime lambs 20 ,vi- 21.50; good and choice lots; mostly good 19.50-20.50; u t i l i t y and good 16.00-18.50. Chicago Produce Live poultry: Weak on c h i c k e n s , steady on fowl; 14 trucks No Chicago Poultry Board price changes today. But ter: 499,882 Ibs ; steady; 90 score 56*4. I Eggs: 8,274 cases; unsettled i White large extras 48 a do/.; m i x - icd large extras 47; mediums 38" ; 'standards 38; current receipts 33. ! MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. ALL COL- · ors. At lowest prices. Harrisburc Printers. 22 South Vine. *l-tf TAVERN. NEW BLOCK Bt ing. Luther Gabriel, Pittsbur; l i . l ) :. ill «5 6 fi 2«' P1IONT ^ ARMSTROM, FURNACES, COAL, G A S A N D OIL. Air eorirn and water cooled »lr conditioning. Stokers and gutter- tec. CITY COAT, Y A R D AND TIN SHOP 285-tf 14. TWO I50Y S I Inq 41« W 84 2 Wrecker Service At Night Call 214-R M Motor Co. "Chevrolet Sales ad Service" Phone 60 or 68 Operator. Rodney Myers HAi K T i S HOOL WITH A l Y P F W R H E R . Royal Portables At $10 d i ' u n and $.1 a month . . r i . I N K U \ I . K . T Y P E W R I T E R «c S T A T I O N E R Y STO'fE 404 E. M.nn. \ \ r t I rar.kfort Phone 444. V\e aNo ren* and repair typewriters and a d d i n g machines . . . 41-tf A C R E F A R M N E A R RAL- cull S rm. house, water in house. b u i l t in cabinets. Outbuildings ( t i n s . Bradcn. Raleigh. III. *82 6 OR T R A D E : '49 DODGE COUPE ;20 W O'Gara. ph. 1040M. *85 2 O N E STALLION PONY. BLACK .ind w h i t e . See Mrs Gilbert Hanks. I B Indiana St.. Gaskins City. '34 ;t FLORENCE COAL New C. F. GIDCUMB square. H E A T E R East Side mm OJJOUUA OLDER Strategists Say Ike Will Avoid W A N T E D AT ONCE: man not .subject to military service for good Rawleigh business in Pope or Hardin counties or City of Eldo- 1 ·· j . rado. Stop working for others · !a?f)CfOrSGn7Gf1t Be your own boss. Good Profits. »«..v^.-^.t If interested write at once. R»w- WASHINGTON i P _ Some I c i i - h s Dept. ILJ-M2-AA, Freeport. fluential Republicans predicted HI 85-1 ' (10) ImtrucffiM MEN'S AND BOYS *10f»f W H I T K buck Oxfords for only *fi fl.i Melven's Factory Outlet Store. ( urner Mills. ;.-,. 1 ZONOLITE AND ROCKWOOL IN sulatioo. O'Keefe Lumber Co , Inc. 291-- I F Ft K K F.STIM \TE ON GAS space h e n t e r or f l o u r furn;ice. All s,/e- and p i u r s 'I rade now. EZ , p a y m e n t s . I R V I N A P P L I A N C E 'CO . til.) E Poplar 63-- WF.STINGIIOUSE or. fi cu ft. $50, Ph. 685 R WATER WELL DRILLING QUEN- «· lUctoj. Carrier Mills, ph. 3273 Ktf WE HAUI. OFF^OLD W I R E A N D tin free of charge, call 11:12.) H- L Sects. 109 E McH»nry -84: ·uot es AND WALL-TO WALL Ph. Itf HY ( i \ \ M . R :, I!\I M.l MOD- (·rn h ' H i i c . h i t h lia cinent pr.ic- l i r . i l h n \x funi.icp. f u l l lot. elosr to school and c h u r c h , concrete ] street, r;in he ln.n:;]it t u r n , or tin l u r n .us S I. d l n r d K U M M A G E l i E D I Ihurs. and 1- n ;',2fi St. ED P ' l ES. \V li.)mond ·M-2 FIDDLER CATFISH Also Scale Fish. Open till 6 p. m. daily. SCOODY'S Ph. 483 Adi D«y RFFRirFRAT s R*» HOUSE. 3 BEDROOMS. Jood cond'mon ' h a f h an(1 *caling system Good »,ood conditmn RaM8P Cowl }nci n nn corner lot , on two paved streets Priced low for quick sale. Owner leaving town Phone 402. *842 F M I . :u-J Reed's Flower Shop l",o \V. I ' a r k St. L I M N G R O « i \ I .si ITES P R I C E D M «isnn;ible \\ · b u x sell and t r a d e used f u r n i t u r e Come in and swap ours for a better one. Joe Gid- c u m b ' s Used F u r n i t u r e , 17 S. Vine. 84-2 C A L L M O R R Y NEWMAN ABOUT Lmdale Memorial Gardens. Phone Eldorado 26F13. 70-tl ·BE tKAGGS ELECTRIC CO^ 100, R TtM. fef twt«p r repair* We ' 3 U N I T SOFT pen*er, stainless i finish 1m w D I U N K PIS- cl and chrome Floor mo1ol Good a* Inq U S «,» Cafe. B5-.T REGISTERED CHESTER WHITE boars Service «ge Vaccinated. Toftteri. guaranteed Priced reasonable, »ls« weaned pifn, either wx nil.!. nosilFR F.nfleM, ITI. *84Z COMPLETE MNV OF SALES books and ticket MMhiMs and tickets. We Invite eootpariflon to price* Printers, nu %rva»i-» Hin^uiMaf BIIU We Invite eoaipar1«on ra and ooaltty. Marriaburg a f. VlmX. 1-tf HOUSE, Midkiff. G B. DAVIS, 21t W '84-2 2 RM. HOUSE TRAILER, $400 IF taken this week. Has electric brakes, hot and cold water, shower. Inq. POOL PONTIAC GARAGE i S4-J GOOD USED HEATING STOVES. Terms if desired It is time to Set it installed and ready for use. J O E G I I H U M B S I S E I ) F U R N I TURE. 17 S. Vino 842 C U S H M A N SCOOTER. DOZENS of different IIT*. $«.% Also good bed springs. $y lo^s S. WcbMer. 851 MAGIC CHEF GAS R A N G E . I S ed very little. 617 S Mam. 833 coon CLEAN ton Ph 11.1? J. Lightning strokes between tv.-o -- clouds, or within a single cloud, COAL. tT .are far more frequent than " · » * ~ --I.^.J . - _ ~ J · k _ _ !·· J t » Aly Tostis Cold Water On Speculation He ami Rita Will Remarry PARIS HP -- Prince Aly Khan, looking as if he meant it, today tossed cold water on all the speculation that he and Rita Hayworth t will kiss and make up. I "We are good friends," be said, "that's all." Rita smiled coyly the other day when asked about a renewed romance. But Aly appeared dead serious as he spoke to SJCWSSMB today. Asked whether be intended to remarry Rita, Aly replied wfcftNMt hesitation: "We are good friends. She Is bringing my beloved d««|M«r over and that's aB tkm to to My about H." Aly Mid he Intend* to tak* Ms ;»uuhieT on » tow nf Itasjee. tnat President Eisenhower avoid publicly endorsing any ; i | candidate if he decides a^ain-a run ning for reelection. But even so, they said, Mr K.is enhower, by his private .-.rtions ;md attitudes, will have a c o m m a n d i n g voice in the selection of his sue cessor and wjll urge that the GOP nomination go to someone s t r o n g l y committed to the Eisenhower pro Kram. 1 These Republican -itrateei.sts .dso predicted that President Eisrnho-v er will make a decision q u i c k i e on whether he will or will not seek a second term. They said an announcement might come as «-arly as December and should not Ix- later than January. These GOP informants wrr.- hy no means sure, however, that President Eisenhower will take himsr-lf out of the running. Some thought the President w»fi decide to run despite his illness, if he concludes that is the only way to pirwrve the administration's program and -- especially -- to preserve world peace. FawMlvd Coant G«ard Alexander Hamilton, first Secre- J*«7. o* «* Treaayry, founded the United Mate* Coast Guard in 1790. lo protect life and property on UK- WwlgaMe waters of the State*. Medical Group " Reverses Stand Against Vaccine ( H I C A G O 'I I' 1 The American \i-.ideinx l IVdutric* has upprov- l the resumption of the Salk anti- i l i t i x .iccinaiion program. The .iradeiiix s executive board. M i e ' t t n u in conjunction with the 4 :«KI member croup's 24th annual . i i i i v t - n t m n . Wednesday reversed a st..ml against the program taken l i s t .lime l approving a report t r i ' i n us niiiimittee n the control nl i i i l e c t i o u . s dist-jses I he committee, headed by Dr. \ni!- r (.uinness. WashinKton, D. i -.,i,i ih.it it-purls from the If. s I ' u i - i u - l l r . i i t h Service and olh- ,-rs m h i . i t e d the vaccine was ef- i r c t i x c m the cuiitrol of paralytic C u m m ss s.,il the committee had n-i-nmmeiulcd the discontinuance i i t h e x . u c i n . i t i o n s "because of un- t e i t . i i i i t i e s x x i i h resp«'ct to prob- l i - i i ' s i-ncerniii^ the manufacture, s.iN - \ ii".tmi; .md potency of the · h e n , i \ . n l it'le vaccine " Km rec-nt improvements in vac- i i i u - p r i x l i u t i n n ;md the continued M i r v i - i l l . i i u - o of the process partial- Ix n v e r c j i n e the e.irllcr objections, ^ h c o m m i t t e e members hold Mime reservations About x.iccinc he s.iid. "vaccination d yo torxx.ird in the ipecifii* i t x .i.:e ^roiips " This would de c h i l d r e n Irom 1 to 9 years l \ l - - . i r i \ v l i i l c Chicago's Board of H e a l t h ores;,lent. Dr. Herman N. f'.undi-M-n sjid incidence of polio .iiMi'im the c i t x ' - , .school children xx hi* h.id s.tlk shots was cut by 90 per cent RUDEMENT Mr .i-vl M r s I! T Gribble had :i-. d i n n e r q u e s t s Sunday. Mr. and M r s Brit-e Shexx maker and children and Mr and Mr* Lowell Shexxnukt-r and MHIN of Harris- b u r ^ Hex and M r « Clifford Potter. Mr .md Mrs Leo PeNeal and Mr :md Mrs c.enr^e DeNeal xxere dinner u t i e s t s Sund.ix of Mr and Mrs. Lee DeNe.il Mr :ind Mrs clarrice Foster h.i I the f o l l i u x i n x for dinner Sun- d.ix Mr ;md Mrs Frank Shelton and d a u g h t e r . Ixurl!n, Mr. and Mrs Bin shelton and daughter of V i e n n a . Mr and Mrs J L. Fost e r . Mrs A l m a Killingsworth. Mr. j n d Mrs G r a n t Ricgcl and sons. Sex o r a l from this community at- t e n d e d the sale Tuesday of Mr. .md Mrs Chester Thomas, who sold their home here, are soon for Colorado. Mr and Mrs John Bishop visit- 'd r e l . i t u e s m O l i x e Branch Satu r d a x Hex and Mrs Bob Booten and sun c d l l ' - d at the home of Mr. and M i s M.tt Sadler Sunday after noon Mr and Mrs W i l l i a m Brocket! and d a u g h t e r of Kldorado visited Mr and Mrs Hoy DcNral and son S u n d a y The t o l l o ^ m ^ visited Mr and Mrs C h a l l i s B u c h a n a n and son S.ind.ix Mr and M r s . Ralph Stea- p l e t o n Mr and M r s . John Jackson and sons Mr«. Nettie Langford and ^n. Mrs Lura Hicks and d a u g h t e r s K S B u c h a n a n is visiting his s n n m ! a \ and daughter. Mr. and Mrs K r s e l \ i n e x a r d . a few days. H e x \ n i t o n Broxxn and Mr and M r s Kied Younger visited Mrs. N e t t e L a n ^ f o r d and son. Chick, recent! Piano Recital At Galatia Friday Evening Thr students of Mrs. P. O. Up- c nun h of C.alatia x x i l l present a piano r e c i t a l Friday evening, Oct. i The p r o g r a m is as follows: A m e r i c a and Faith of Our Fathers by .Judy Sutler and Karen Euh a n k s . The Fair and A Spanish Fiesta. B a r b a r a C.uvr; The Irish \ \ a s h r r W o m a n . Pn-'cilla Puiliam; S t a r l i g h t W a l t / . Karen Gunter; Sini a Sony of Sixpence and Sing li.rdie S i n u . Helen Lyn Chonko; K a s t e r Parade and Oh Susanna. M a r n a n - t Ann Tale and Lewis V. a \ n e Kose; c'mderrlla at the B a l l . K l l i n Kayo Harrelson; D('\M) in the Valley. Doris Wcb- bei . 'I hi- Spider Dance Tatan- t e l l e . i : n a H x a n ; Pony Trot and B e t t v ' s Serenade. M a r t h a M a e S t e w a r t . J o h n n y - J u m p - U p . March of the Gingerbread Men and In a \ \ i « w a m . Priscilla Pulliam and Barbara ( i u x e . Airy Fairies and I Relieve. J u d y M c l l r a t h ; Waves of the Danube. Carla Kay Harris; Spinning Sony. Margaret Ann T a l e , 'I ne W . i l t / Kins and Jenny Lind Polka. Cjirol Ann Gardner: The h i l d r e n ' s Ball and Chop Sticks. Sandra Bird and Robert Harris; Sprint; F l o w e r s . Beverly Sanders- Dancint; Buttercups. Judy M alone- Is He Satisfied. Judy Mcllrath; The Old Plantation and What a Friend We Have in Jesus, Lewis V A a x n e Hose; Bluo Danube Waltz. Annette G u l l r h r r ; Silver Threads Amonu the Gold. Carla Kayc Harris. ( arol Ann Gardner; Whispering Hope. Karen Eu- b a n k s ; Bnk Winds and Bam Dance. Sandra Bird; School Day*. Judy Ma lone and Beverly Sanders; Pomp and Pageantry and Book of Gold, Robert Harris; Black H a w k Waltz. Judy Dona; Humoreske. Joyce Hudson and Nancy Peyton; Fur Elise, Carolyn Courtney; Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2. Joyce Hudson; Robe of Calvary. Freddie Edwards; Melody of Love, Nancy Peyton, and Stan and Stripes Forever, Carolyn Courtney and Judy Bon a. 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