The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on August 26, 1947 · Page 6
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 26, 1947
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FOUR THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., TUESDAY. AUGUST 26. 1947 CLASSIFIED Charge Accounts: 15 .'Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Advertisement Accepted--TWO Lines (1) Notices (2A) Bus. Opportunities (4) For Sola (Contfnund); (5) Wanted In Memoriam ! IF IT'S FURNITURE VGJ A.RE- M OTOK SCOOTER. G O L I S H In loving memory of our dear I looking for come to Ozee 16 W Kros - Texaco Station. 517 W. Pop - ' ' and father. Joe Meadows, \vho died one year ago, August 26, 1940. August brings sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest; And those who think of him today, Are those who loved him best. Though your smile is gone forever. And your lace we cannot touch, We still have sweet memories, Of the Dad we loved so much. A happy home we once enjoyed; How sweet the memory still; But death has left a loneliness, The world can never fill. Church. 185-tf WANT TO RENT FURNISHED, modoi n 3. 4 or 5 room apartment 2 or house. Family of 3. parents and 12 \ear-old son. Phone 304 FLOOR SANDING AND REFIN- DOUBLE THE USUAL QUANTI- si.50 120 sheets and 80 envelopes j side. Tel. ............. CAR WA?m\rr CPK- ATJVAT a t ?1 50 P cr box - Kemember this is Witt YVAbHlNCj. SEE ORVAL ,,,_ t . ,,,,,,,,», ,,,- A nonet ««!»· _ TO ROOP for free estimate 28-tf Durfee at Saline Motor Co. 251-tf for the month of August only- ALLEY OOP You Weren't? V. T. Ham, NOW JUST LET THAT \G POPE TRY TO GET fi HK HANPS- CM THIS BOOK.' \VnEW I SAIP HE HX ^^Cllk«±*^kl *r [ ' OOOLA GO AT OOP'S MINP CS)THAT ANYWAY. . WUTS.' WE WE LEARNEP \ M.EEAP* M SOME THISJ65- / kMeW "E A MORON.' LET'S GO 1 THINK TMI$ s.',c P'CTUStt Tf 'SCUoH SEAT' CRUsOE. i VVAW T TME BOCX AWAY By Al Capp Gentfeman of the Old School ·|: FOR PRIVATE Sadly missed by Wife and Daughter. S 50-l n» The Country Club. ftytex Flight printed stationery.) WANT Double quantity for only $1.50. j modem CiKimieiu.u Printing De-|1-l. GJ-. TO RENT 4 home. Have OR 5-RM reference* 30--J 226-tf partment. Phone 75. 24-30 (3) For Rent \VPA TOILET. East Ford. INQUIRE AT 211 MODERN 2-ROOM FURNISHED ·mirfmnnf Kno v ii «i apartment. 608 N. Mam, ^Pho. «· \SSOV POM \MH U AaoUA L,UA1 A.S1) Jackson Ice Coa! tel {NOW, 100 USED SINGER DROP 'Head sewing machines. Highest .. r _TM Call or write Singer j Sew ing Center, Harrisburg. Pho 49 ·' Prices paid. ** Seei 45W. 208-tf 2mf (5a) Help Wanted MODERN 3-ROOM apartment, cept gas. 529W1. FURNISHED furnished ex- A GOOD STOCK GROCERY A N D ' ~ for ! PORTABLE ELECTRIC SEWING machines, by the month. We de- SECOND NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE In the County Court of Saline j County, Illinois. In the Matter of the Estate of Walter H. Hetherington. Deceased. In Probate No. 47-P-4684. Notice is* hereby given to all pei sons that the claim date in the ' above styled matter is Monday, j October 6, 1947 and that claims i ---against 'the Esiate of Walter H. | ROCK PHOSPHATE Hetherington, deceased, may be | Sugar Creek Produce, filed on or before the said claim North Main, phone , . 47-tf Bearden s Grocery, Dorns Heiahis. i ^49-6 0 M A N FOR HOUSEWORK s Joe Hobson. Ill We$t Walnut 50-1 Singer Sewing Center. For Sale SHEETS, COLUMNAR Harrisburg p r i nte rs. 49-5 22 South Vine street. Phone 1180W. 170-tf AT CAR. JQ.O CHROMIUM AND WOOD MOULD- ings and cabinet hardware. Harris- bur? Lumber Company. Phone 92 50-1 date without issuance of summons. BALBOA RYE FROM CERTI- .TM T --TM ^uT-nTM ALICE H. CLARK, ified seed last year. Clark-Hawkins' 20 L i E D C H L R CH Administratrix of the Estate offlMwe. Store. 49- Walter H. Hetherington, De-j ... I ceased. ice. Co. See K. Dunn, Saline Motor 3-tf Thompson and Jones Harrisburg National Bank Building. Harrisburg, Illinois. Attorneys for the Administratrix, j SEE CLARK-HAWKINS HARD- ware for hot air furnaces, oil burning furnaces, and room heaters, stokers, and blowers. 49-2 0!fl , , S4 °' l extra S° od piano - S 40 '- x bedroom ~ _ suite - facd - springs, mattress, and ALEMITE LUBRICATION SERV-i t w o good chairs - S6 °: * good oil ~~ and $7; 5 linoleum rug. S10; 1 Top-Flight I LAP IT UP. DAISY MAE.'.'' KICKAPOO OOV-OUICE SEEPAGE IS TH' ONl^ THING iN CREE-AVSHUN MORE ; you foots. 1 : IF YOU S^VVE HER WORTHLESS LIFE.NtXJ'LL DESTRQV MY · IT HAIN'T l--v ' GEKNOLMANLY ) · TKICKNO Is i LADY IN A TH' FACE/7 A GEKNULMAN ALLUS DUKCf- *! A LADY V/IF WrlUTi:v_P "' ^ WEAPOM IS MANDiEST.r i It Pays to Read Daily Register Advertisements Wanted by well-known local garage. Write to Box AA. care the Daily Register, stating past experience and give references. EXPENDITURES FOR: I t Notional Defense Veterans International Affairs and Finance Interest on Public Debt Tax Refunds All Other Functions 33-- church \\OMAN FOR HOUSEWORK, 5 bell. S15: 1 Bible stand, $10. 10 E., days a week. 909 South Land, pho ! O'Gara. *49 2 ' C52Wi. 49-3' Master in Chancery's Sale State of- Illinois, Saline County, ss. | In Circuit Coart of Saline County. GOOD 4-ROOM HOUSE, 50 x 200, Alex Larson, Sr., et al, plaintiffs ft - lot- 501 W. Church st. *49-4 l ELBERTA APPLES. GEORGE STEYERS ! EXPERIENCED W A I T R E S S , bouth of East Ledford school.-\50 6 i Cal1 in Person between 2 and 10 p. m. at Margaret's Cafe. 50-tf | Exparte. No. 47-C-2805. Public notice is hereby given, That, in pursuance of a decree en- . J bushel LIQUOR STORE, GOOD LOCA-'Farm, tion, only one in town. Will sell Egypt PEACHES $1 and up. Ralph's PER Fruit half interest or entire business. In- tered on the 15th day of August,!?" 1 A. D. 1947, by the said Court, in j I U the abovs entitled cause, I. Lynndon M. Hancock, Master in Chancery of the Circuit Court of said 'Saline County, Illinois, will, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., Saturday, the 13th day if September, A. D. 1947, at the South Door of the Court House in the City of Harrisburg in said Saline County, sell, at Public Veudue. to the highest and best bidder, the following described Real Estate, lying and being in the County of Saline, State of ;Illinois, to-wii: Lot 3 in Block 12 in the Original . . fif,**, Y- * c ' uire at 60 ° Liquor Store, Benton. j signs. *49-3 QUICKIES ,. Clt y Yard TeL 5oRl. 213-tf GIRLS 18 TO 35 YEARS OF AGE, 1 1-2 miles easf o"f Little \ V v l t n h] S h school education, to Hotel, Eldorado. Follow I ente ,F ^rses training in fully ac- 48-tf! cre dited school. We have room for i six more students. We have a · v vra.r, w»^-« i.ic, ver -" attractive Foundation plan ,v Ken Rejnolds j w h e r e b y girls can work their ^ vay through the school. If interested, write at once to Director of Nursling Education, Paris Hospital, Paris. { Illinois. 40-tf i 5-RM. HOUSE, SEMI-MODERN. All furnishings go with it. Price $5500. See Lazich Lazich, Auto . Club, ph. 888. 50-2,' COMPLETE LINE OF DU PONT Quality Paints. Wallpaper Co. National Paint and 213-tf ' ELECTRIC COCA-COLA BOX 6- O^UL o in uiutrv ±A 111 uie unmuui ,,,,_ · ·,»-, TT ,, - . .; ; 'Plat, of Carson City, the same being !«« "«» M£o Hull 1-4 mile south I L L I N O I S , U. S. APPROVED chicks; C o r n o feeds. Pyramid Hatchery, N. Jackson st. 8-tf platted out cf the Southwest part o£ Harri ^urg Equipment Co. *49-2, of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, ·Township 8 South. Range 5 East of the Third Principal Meridian, except the coal underlying the surface of said lot together with the-right to mine and remove the same therefi-om. Terms of Saie: Cash. Dated at Harrisburg, Illinois, this 19th day of August, A. D. 1947. LYNNDON M. HANCOCK, Master in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Saiine County, Illinois ·A. E. Somers, ' Complainant's Solicitors. 44-- WEEK-ENDERS: SPEND AN EN- (6) Employment Wanted WASHINGS WANTED West Lincoln. AT 305 *49-2 WASHINGS. St. 1523 S. McKINLEY *49-2 ' I TO DO MEN'S LAUNDRY. 628 W. 'Lincoln St. *49-2 BOTTLE GAS STOVE, TANKS and tubing, $50.00. 129 S. Jackson. 49-3 "I see \our brother-in-law reads the Register Want Ads--he just moved into the room you offered for rent!'' FULL LINE MAYTAG AND other washer parts. Service on, all makes. Williams Appliance Co., 615 E. Poplar. Pho. 1146W. 300-tf FACTORY-BUILT FARM WAGON beds, S69 50 Barham Green. 50-tf CANNING PEACHES. DAN MAT- LARGEST STOCK OF WALL- paper in Southern Illinois. National Paint and Wallpaper Co. 213-tf 919 Rarnpft U _l- Barnett bt. - . RFRX , T VAT?V; FAR \T T 47 »i BLKNAT YARNS FOR ALL 4-ti d feit M PIANO, BAUMISTER GRAND, ' Giffcn 212 w - McHaney. -50-1 (7) Lost SMALL BLACK SCOTTIE; \\ard. Pool Pontiac Sales. (JAN. ESTIMATES) (AUG. ESTIMATES) Judge Says Boy's Mother Shou!d~Share Blame for Robbery CHICAGO. Aim. 26. *- (U R) -- A youth who earned S60 a week to help support his family and robbed mailboxes to biipplement his own $2 allowance was sentenced to three years in a federal correctional institution today. Federal Judge John P. Baincs said, however, thaj. the boy's mother should share the blame. Haiold Ziemann, 17. was charged with stealing more than S3.'5 in checks from mailboxes. He told the judge his parents weie ed, that his mother had 13 childien. and that he worked to help suppuii them. , He .s.iid hi;, mother. M i s \hlho Ziemann. ijave him only $J a uek tor spending tuonoy. Young wept ,,x i ns mother walkcu pa^t him w i t h o u t a word on her way out ot tin- uurt i loom. Sausajrc Apple To stuff apples with sausage, pare and core the apples, and fill the cavity in the apple with pork sausage, either in links or in bulk. A generous amount of sausage is allowed for each apple. Any excess sausage which connot be stuffed into the apple may be left on top or around the apple. When the apples are stuffed, they are baked until soft and the satisriite thoroughly cooked The home economists suggest that tnesc sausage stuffed apples may be used as a main dish for luncheon. 1 :. ..-.r^-i*/^-^- ^-Jr*/·».- . *--.,-*i:-r ·,,·?.**;» (9) Miscellaneous ROOM FOR 3 PASSENGERS TO Hot Springs. Arkansas, leavin soon. Otis Little, 1015 S. Granger. 50-5 RADIATOR REPAIR SERVICE, testing and cleaning. Main Body Shop. 213-tf (10) instruction joyable week-end at GUL'LETT'S upright' mahosanv finish excel-' =" " LODGE. Good road to the Ohio lent condiUon rJll nr «i w A 'WATER HEATER WITH 30 GAL.'TRAINED PRACTICAL NURSES River. Excellent fishing, ming. Bring your boats. river road Golconda. swim- Williams, Leave two miles north of *49-2 Galatia, 111. PIANO, CHEAP, or 638R. PHONE 737W 49-6 STONEFORT Methodist church building will be sold at auction Thursday, August 28th. Money to be used on new church building. 47-6 (2) Business Services NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE your heaters and ranges repaired. ONE TWIN BED AND SIMMONS mattress: also what-nots, cheap. West Poplar. tank, A-l condition. Harold A.! are in demand -- full or spare time. Wiley, Wiley's Auto Supply. 49-2 .Easy to learn at home with Wayne ' plan. No high school or previous MATERNITY DRESSES, SIZE 16 ! experience necessary. Get free in- 20 West Baker. 50-1 1 formation. Write Wayne School ]of Practical Nursing, in - - - - - 4 COMPLETE ROOMS OF FUR-[The Daily Register. "49-2 niture, electric sewing machine.! electric washer. Can be bought! 5 MAYTAG WASHERS: 10 ROLL- i separate. Frank McConnell. 2 1-2 I miles southwest Hairisburs on care of *49-2 away rinse tubs: electric mangle: two 85-gal hot water tanks: 2 water heaters: one 2-burner gas plate. W. Poplar. % 49 2 southwest Route 45. ^50-4 Bring in the name of the stove, : manufacturer's name, and number, or call Joe Giacumb's New Used 6 KM. HOUSE WITH BATH. _ 'equipped for gas: has hot water ROOF COATINGS OF ALL KINDS I tank. Only 1 1-2 blks. from squaie. Furniture Store, ph. 139W. 13 W. Church, 15-tf FOR WRECKER SERVICE CALL day phone 69, night phone 214R. Saline Motor Co., "your Chevrolet dealer." 269-t£ VACUUM CLEANERS ARE OUR only business. 0. R. Buford, City Hall Bldg, Mt. Vernon, 111. 156* 55 gal drums or from 50c per gal. up. cans. I at 312 E. Poplar. $4500.00. Call L R. Lumber Company, Phone 92. - . Harusburg Barham, Tel. 100. 35 If o-- MARKETS LIVESTOCK ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Aug. 26-- U.E-- (USDA) Livestock: Hogs. 9,300; salable 9,000; ONE LOT OF JUNIOR DRESSES. 'slaughter barrows and gills fully LARGE STOCK GENUINE CHEV- ' sizc 9-11 - vcrv reasonable. ' rolct parts. Try us for hard-to-get I Souih Main. items: fenders, running boards ! motor assemblies, brake parts u n i - ' I C E COLD ' 709 ,50c lower than Monday's average; 50-1 top $27.75; bulk 180 to 240 Ibs , - $27.50 to $27.75: some choice 250 versal and gears, etc. O'Keefe Carrier Mills. differential houbing, Motor Co., 34-- WATERMELONS. 'Ibs. included in $27.75, but most Jackson's Ice House. 35-tf|lots 250 to 270 Ibs., S26.50 to I S27.50: litle done on heavier kind: REMINGTON .22 CALIBRE PUMP 160 to 180 Ibs., $2625 to $27.50- rifle. 16 shot, good as n e w , $20. 1 130 to 150 Ibs., $2350 to $2575 : -- - - " - 324 E. Raymond St. RECONDITIONED installed, $130.00. ph. 100*. V-8 MOTORS Barham-Green, 300-tf FOR WRECKER SERVICE CALL Barham-Green. Night phone 444R, phone 100. er/ Your Ford Deal- 213-t£ SPECIAL FOR SCHOOL 'CHILD- ren, $7.50 machmeless pcrma- nents $4.50, also cold waves $7.50. Velma's Beauty Shop, 15 East McHaney, Tel. 1283R. 43-IF YOU HAVE A CAR FOR SALE, see Jack at Jack's Used Car Lot, Route 45. 50-tf : Cannibal Fish ' 'Feared no less than the electric "eel in the streams of South America is the formidable piranha, or cannibal flsh, whose blood-thirsty appetite for animal llcsh makes it the scourge of the waters it inhabits. Its ferocity is belied by its size, ranging from just few inches to about a loot in length. Its bulldog-like jaws, armed with two dozen or so sharp triangular teeth, enable it to tear chunks of flesh from man or beast coming into contact with it. It is said that piranhas attacking in schools clean the flesh from the bones of an animal in short order if if Is unable to make its escape al- Immediately. __,, Co " 20 l 2 W - p °P Iar - -50-2 100 to 120 Ibs, $20.50 to $22 50: sows 50c to $1 lower; some bids 806R. 46-- 2-FOOT GE REFRIGERATOR. B and II Refrigeration. 601 \V Poplar. OR TRADE 1937 CHEVROLET I off "more; early sales mostly $19 1 1-2 ton truck. Bill Walker, RFD |to $24. 2, (Ledford), Harrisburg. * 4 9 6 J Cattle G.OOO: salable 5.500; calv- of IhSe PEACHES, ELBERTAS AT SINKS Orchard. 2 miles west of Piltsburg, 111. Bring containers. 46-- ,,.,.-..*... PORTABLES FOR i..i..n,i^-joi sic ers onereu: zz cars ot these 50-2 'ate delhcry. Leroy Mitchell T\ nc-1 southwest range steers- approxi- writer Sales and Service. 7 South mately 35 per cent of total re- Vine street, Harrisburg. 111. Phone ;ceipis cow*; maiket opening with 502 stronger undertone on virtually all classes; choice medium weight 5 ROOM HOUSE. MODERN W. Walnut. 2'- blocks from square. Call after 5 p. m. Phone 10U5R 'GROUND -- , HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. IN- 22 quire at 504 N. Granger St. 30-2 WHEAT. 50-2 Farm Market. steers. $3250; several loads medium to good steers. $24 50 to ! $27.50: lighter weights, medium CURTIS attached: GODARD'S, flesh but good quality $20; little 505 done on western grass steers: good [heifers and mixed yearlings, $24 DRESSER I (o $26; medium, $17.50 to $23; KEEP LAYERS EATING. HELP i 1 IIELENE prevent an Cirly molt. Pep up an- with petitcs with famous Purina £?£' ct G m? r(1 S oo*' arm Mailki;i ' "'· «"«; v,"'»» "'ji--'-;, n u m i monei.'. si;',.au 10 5i«: canners and cut- blm St. Pho. o82. 44- j 1 Mode Parcc dryer: 4 dryer tcrs. $10.75 to $13: good beef chairs; 1 new shampoo bowl w i t h (bulls around $17; vcalers 50c high- adjustable chair. Also about 5 or: sood and choice Pep up an- with mirror attached: 1 plain i common. $13 to $1650- few cows' ·maChek-R- dresser, both with chairs. 3 Hcl-j$17 to $18: common to medium* Market, W. cnc Curtis dryers, T r u A i t model.'S13.50 to $16; canners and cut- TRUMAN TELLS OF BUDGET TRIMS. President Truman reports the U. S. budget for fiscal 1948 now has expenditures down half-a-bilhon and receipts up four billion over last January's estimates. But Republican leaders say that the S4 7 billion suiplus thus achi^'od 1 really should have been balanced by an income tax reduction. NEA Newschart compares current budget w i t h original estimates ana previous years' expenditures. FLIES 650.6 MILES PER Navy jet plane which holds miles per hour, breaking its previously. HOUR. The Douglas Skystreak new the world's air speed iccord of'650i6 own record of 640.7 set five davs Marriage Ratio In the age group between 25 and 29, 39 per cent of the men in the United States are unmarried; in Eire, 80 per cent of the men in this group are unmarried. New York Leads New York City has more telephones than any city in the world, with a total of 2.218,000. This compares with 1,290,000 in all of South America. based on the LOW PRESSURE PRINCIPLE Make up your mind now to' enjoy the finer, lower cost, completely -automatic oil heat that only Oil-O-Matic, based on the Low Pressure Principle, makes possible! Come in and let us show you how, unlike ordinary or high-pressure burners, Oil-O-Matic mixes air and oil, at low pressure, within the burner. Learn how this method enables it to burn any oil without clogging . . . how it gives you* more heat from less fuel, plus years of v lo%v-cost, trouble-free operation. Then you'll appreciate why, with hundreds of makes to choose from, etery eighth oil burner is an Oil-O-Matic! 'LIBERAL FHA TERMS E£ THERE'S AN OIL-O-MATIC FOR EVERY TYPE OF HEATING AND FOR EVERY SIZE HOME ... NEW OR OLD! F. Heating and W. Church Plumbing Contractor Phone h beds, , BarhanvGtocn '31 REO CAR. GOOD CONDITION, I Club, new tires. Roy Flemings, at Ledford in Englm row. -50-1 . a u s t a e c a r . Also 5 ,,: ^ d a r n l choiw S19 to $24- tocn oO-tf 'boxes of pre-war permanent wnve ! common to medium, $1250 to $18 __ --- 1 pads. Sec George La?ich \ u t o ' __ L ' Gas Warning Carbon monoxide, widely and unfavorably known for its deadlincss anywhere, may be even more son- · , , , " - - - - » · «-«v»\, »\;i l- ous high m a plane, where oxycen is scarce, than it ia on the ground. Quick detection and speedy re edy of the cause arc needed. A sensitive detector was developed by the bureau of standards during the rem- Chicago Produce Poultry: 27 trucks; firm; black 5-RM. HOUSE. NEWLY REMOD- chlckcM 24? legh^ hens 25 frt elcd, 4 acres qround, owner now ers 33 to 36: broilers 34 to 37- Of*f*linVinf_ imi"»i^rlinfr» f \ r t f f r t ^ , i^..* f A ^ 1 _ _ i : f\r\. ·*-».* .« * Frank McConnell, 2 west Ilarnburg on .hen turkevs 35. LIVING ROOM sum:. 1'RACTI-j Kpus: 1*1,873' oases: firm to " l " cally new. 807 N. M.un 1113W2. 5r- " I NEVER. KNEW TILL' l GOT A CAB. THAO" PROFANITY WAS SO TPE.EVALENT DO VOU HEAR. MUCl-fN IT ON TH' WMY.VJEAK.LV \ 8UMD INTO DB.EADFUL.LY -S IF YOU'D HAVE BRAKES ADJUSTED AT BSOTOHS / THEN VOU WOULDN'T | "\BUMP INTO PEOPLE. phone 'regular; extras 1, unquoted- ex- "S02;trns 2. 52 to 55; 3 and 4, 45 to standards 1 nnd war. 43 1-2; lo PERFECT WHEEL BALANCE IS ESSENTIAL. WITHOUT IT THE CAR RIDES HARD, TIRES WEAR OUT FAST, DRIVING IS MORE DANGEROUS WE ARE ANXIOUS TO GIVE YOU THE BEST PERSONAL SERVICE AT THE'sMALLEST POSSIBLE COST. MAY WE EXPECT YOU TODAY? USE OUR U C 1 I T BUM ET PAYMENT PLAN FOR PARTS, SERVICE, TIRES, ACCESSORIES,'PAINTING UNDERCOATING. ' TM ! " Nfc1 ' ·v^^^^-v^v^ttr^HEJEBlWSBaFBmSlitifl , IP,

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