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(1) NotiCM Markets I IV I SHH K ST l o l l S N A T I O N A L STOCKY A K D S . I l l IIP -- Livestock: [t. ... . M )oo; s'.i-ydy to 25 lower u . t ' i .1 lowered share of sales s t i . . . l . about 7o head li. S. No. 1 .u .uid L I U Ibs 14 50. several email l . l - It ·:.'. M -tu w i t h bulk ltlU-240 i t , - , in i n i v . - i l lot C S No. I. 2. i 1-1 (xi 11 :':. :i lc-\\ arouiui J«H) PHONE 55 FURNACE CLEANING City Coal Yard and Tta " 3KOOM MODF.KN Ft K M S I I K D apartment; p v t ent and pvt. bath 115 South Vine street 'so If (4) For SaU (Cont.) (4) For Sol« (Cont.) (4) For SoU (Cont.) IS RM. MOO. Travelstead. API. DR. E. M. HARRISBURG TRANSFER CO. Inc.. Wheaion Van Line*, if eat n. 9t Aty-m-J light 702 E. Locust Moving and storaf*. i J 4 K M S A M ) IlATH. stairs, close to sq $25 mo. BOX OK TIE WASTE PAPER (or Scout collectioa Oct. 29. 96-9 4 K M S AND -c I Hauptmann. ph 859-\V. DOWN C. A. K TWO l l o r S K S AM) 3 LOTS AT «j_'l_ and 6^5 \V. Lincoln, (or only $2 .5xi Tt rms if desired. ( i t K i d iiiciiim- property One house rel.t .-(I liiq \ . \ T l o \ A L I'AIM AM) \ \ . \ I . l . P A P K 2 t STOKK. 91 tf S A I . 1 N K W H K \ I utu-.it Kt-:il'.u- !·!., Kl; S M I L L I ) . . ; n- Ul ICKIKS B Ken The Doily Register, Horrisburg, Illinois Friday, (ktoher 21 I our Mi- I4n n i i . s U t i . i u ' i . si I V ! ) I I ) , i l ! l ' Nio s n . i i . ' M I S MOD. APT CALL AT FASHION Palace or 322 W. Poplar. 49 tf 3 KM. F L K N . stoker heat and 212 W. College. APT i;.-\l:AC.K. Utilities included MS '.I RUBBER STAMPS AND MARK ing devices of all kinds. In stock and made to your order. Quick servic-e and lowest price*, Harrisburg Printers. 22 S. Vine. Phone as-tf l . A S tj.'ik. I \ \ o t ~r \: '.. v i.. S l l . K A K M Sl.V ll:i| n i \ 1 'o l i t - \ I t-.K 1» \\ -N. Mi 1 1 si-:. .» M l - \ \ l » i l M :*T 2 ONI: IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO VISIT tzzle's new furniture and appliance store at Eldorado. It is open each iiitftit until 11 o'clock and special values during the Urand Open- j £ ing this week are colossal. 96-4 | Kverett Pa"nke" FULL LINE OF MAYTAG WASH- er parts. Service on all makes of conventional and automatic waih- en. Irvin Appliance Co, 815 E. Poplar. Ph. 114 4-tf 4 KM MOD HULSE, CLOSE I N Inq 411 N Ma:u 9, _· 'I'M »·' i' LET'S C;ET PERSONAL . . LE'l S Nt-:iJ a iiilt that s a s "This s»as iii.ult' j u « t for \ u u ' " Tins u t . m i . i t . i l h V 1 K \ I - K I N T K U SAHARA COAL. WASHED AND oili-d. Kindling, chat, rook, sand and limrsione. MilltJan Col ^ jrd I'h. 507 W. I t f t Nn :i. 13 K5; 170 -.,,!) (n 2!i lower with 12 ~,'., 14 00 i . l i v e s 400; steady; t e n - , appeared; ut«l- K.N KM SEMI MUD Hot l-edford, Ph 4» W 2 RM N I C E L Y Fl'K.N square. I'hone 33!) K AIT N F \ K i.s 2 SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. C H. multti - Fh Austin, ph. 2443 Carrier Mills. 97-4 - RM 1 4 R M . HOUSE NEAR l . K D f u R D ,| Several convenient-* s. Leo Ki IN MKMORIAM In loving memory of our dear brother, Lee Grigsby, who died two years ago today. God knows how much we miss him. Never shall his memory fade; Loving thoughts shall ever wander To the spot where he is laid. Sadly missed by his sister and brother, Anna Miller and Roy Grigsby. 3 RM. COMPLETELY F l ' K N apt. in McKee apartnients !.·.o doors north of post office, for i »u I pie. Immediate possession bee jDr. McKee or ph. 1331 W. » s .o 'SPACIOUS 3 ROOM FURN. APT 7 pvt. bath. Inq. 312 S Mam. 91* - SLEEPING ROOM \\Tl H ~P\ F bath. 306 W. Ray mond ys · S I.M l u . N K U Y l i l h ' T Ku\ S E M B L K (,n -.:.!«· ;it The Kt^ioter Con. nitTi-i.il D«-ojrtment ftr Ot.-ti- U-r only is j u N t Uie Uariti for a t i u ! pero(ial custom-made gift I t ' s b r a u t i l n l l y b«Afil and it con -l^t of ^(.K) SniKle Sheets, or Itw Man Si/e Sheel.s. and 100 Envelopes all personalised w i t h pnnled N a m e and Adtlre» . . PLUS . . . 12 Decorated Thank You Notes ami 1J Envelopes. It cots only 2 us and its a 4 ?u value. The Stationery is of fine quality h e a v y vel!um in choice of White. Blue. or lirey with N a m e and Address in Script or Block style lettering in Blue or Mulberry ink. The White Thank You Notes have a clever illustration in fuchsia and b l a c k . Remember this beautifully- boxed R Y T E X PRINTED STAT I O N E R Y GIFT BOX ENSEMBLE is on sale at The Re^iater Commercial Department for October Only. 84-tf !-· U K . ' I..,!..,!!. B r a n c h N K11 I ' 11. s H i . I..; h o: I!'... \ K ONLY $ 1995°° BUYS THIS BIG 1956 MERCURY MEDALIST low j i M . i l hi i l l i s $12 UU-IH.UO; i i . - i . i l s r o . i l l lots biKber; bulk ,ii,d e h o i t f vealers 2U 00!i u |ii l i r e ii|i L'H UU. C . o ' i . l a n J s about steady . i a k i..".!.-i-.one; bulk choice L'o IHI ;»o ,vo. l e w choice to I'l w ;-O.H| largely 19 ot». it I'linliiir Mi-.nl to firm l on t h i c k e n - : on 11 VACUUM CLEANERS are our only business. O. R. Buford. Mt. Vernon. ·A a : 1 . . . . K - K l M M A l I K \ in i . a r \\ I'ojiiar S A T M 1 '· PHONE 55 Blue Bird Coal, all ^rade*. City Coal Yard and Tin Shop. 285^tf \ V ! , , t , C U K L E E srns, SIM]'. r \ !..p co.it- H h N S H A W C l o l l l l Carrier Mills, 111 ·;,; 1 s COMPLETE LINE OF SALES books and ticket machines and tickets. We invite comparison as to prices and quality. Harrisburg Printers. 22 S. Vine 1-tf I S K 1 A U M I C A L i v -I'. m i r a l has made nn.ii- T\ any n i a n u f a c t u r « T . C Cl.'MB. K a - t Side S-.juare A b t l l a n C, i 11 F E R S O N A L 1 / E D -- Hi OK plate-. Your n a m e i m p r i n U d t.. personalize and Kiontiiy y o u r library. Many designs to" ch^.- f r u m . So fur SI oo at H a m - b u r * Printers, 2J South Vine, i'ti r · 1180. to ;f O N E ROOM E F F I C I E N C Y apartment PICKFORD FLOWER SHOP. 78- S P E C I A L : 3 P I E C E B A T M K , \ lun-s. Terms. O ' K e i - f e L i i : n t i t T '· (4) For Sale RUGS AND WALL - TO - WALL carpet cleaning. Oat ScfamitB. Ph. 21WL 1-tf T H E C O U N T R Y S T O R E H A S GONE "DOG WILD." Sat. last day. Prices lower than ever before. 1st fl.. City hall. 98-1 'SEWING MACHINE, bed, round oak table. mond. ROLLAWAY 615 W. R a y ·982 ALEMITE ice. See Motor Co. LUBRICATION Frank Owens. 8KRV- Saline 1-tf BAKER TV SERVICE Day. Nile, Sunday P?» Galatla 4MJ In In Memorlam loving memory of our dear sister. Grace Gulsby, who died 5 years ago today, on Oct. 21, 1950: In my heart your memory lingers. Always tender, fond and true; There's not a day, dear sinter. I do not think of you. Sadly missed by sister and brother. Daisy Kude and Harry Stout. ·W-l NOTEBOOKS. SHEETS. INDEX- GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. O'Keefe Lumber Co., Inc. Carrier Mills. i Save NOW during . . . HART'S 30th Storewide A N X I V K R S A R Y SALK Men's Kali Suits Values to $50! HARTS--Men's Store BOY your SCO ITS W I L L w a s t e paper Oct PICK I P BOY'S G K A Y WooL SI IT. SIZE 14. Navy blue lined pea coat, si^e 14. both like new Shirts M/e 12 106 W. C h u r c h , ph 7U7H '38 1 NEW ELECTROLt X V A C l I cleaner $69 75. Phone 49C.V. "si T h i s I.o\V pru-o of $1995 is a delivered in H a r r i - . 1 ' i u f . T h i s is iut to be ronfused w i t h g i m m i c k r ! ; - i : i / i.r distress mrivtiuiulisf. The price is tor ;!; .-i.'.r - t i ( M , r w i t h Mercury's in-w 210 l l o i s « - | M . v v t r -;jr;/v Kiitfine. A f u l l line of aco ssm n-s an- · !f at c u s t o m e r ' s option. Only Illinois L'.-c Tax i a ) win be added at time of sale. ITS THE BIG M SKF. IT -- DRIVE IT -- liCY IT WILEY Motor Company Hoard price s : ,n,| White " t k K. Ply rown f r y e r s s ami White ·k and P l m · a y ; 90 i r r e g u l a r ; '·2 3 doz.; 4'J. mediums current re- Widow of Bernarr Macfadden Cut Off from Estate Phone TH'I WA.NTA W I N A gratis for nothing -- A.sk Ft Super Plenamm entry b l a n k Rainbow's Rexall DruR Store. ( MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. ALL COI.- or* At lowest prices. Harrisburg Printers. 22 South Vine. ·! tf SIGNS. PL AS- For Sal* (Cont.) (4) For SaU (Cont.) Save MAKE YOUR tic letters and decals in all sues. Stick to any smooth surface. Eco- ». K K V T diVvm-it t~r rrT cii»~«~ nomical. Harrisburg Printers. 22 tH£.^l ltVROLCTco -' SHA _W : KoK T I 1 K BEST IN TERMS AND TWO COON DOGS. t r a d e - i n allowance, make your next female, also rabbit purchase from PORTER McSparin. Stonefort. M A L K A N ! ) A C«.« 1 t } \A t l . k $29.95 A P P R O X I M A TELY 2000 L N cleaned bricks, $10 per thousand T. P. Thompson Son, 402 N,,rth Webster, ph. 397. *at 4 COUNTRY STORE R U M M A G E . Warm clothing, household i t e m s . books. Halloween outfits. 1-t fl City Hall Sat. last day 98 l es, for every need. Printeri. 22 8. Via*. Harriaburg 1180. LOOK SAVE ON THE PURCHASE OF best new 21 inch console OF. televisions, during UZZLE'S G R A N D OPENING at Eldorado Regularly $229.95. for $199.95 during this big opening. % 4 THK PARKWAY CAFE IS NOW STAYING OPEN ON SUNDAY. Sieciali/.in"; in fried chicken and homemade bread. Corner Locust and Jackson LINOLEUM IN 6-9- AND 12 FT. widths in beautiful Gold Seal marble, spatter, leaf, and geometrical design patterns and colors, to harmonize with any room in the house. JOE G I D C l ' M B S USED FURNITURE, 17 S. Vine St. ttt-- PIT BARBECUE, FRESH D A I L Y Sandwiches 2fc Meat by Ib SI 40 ABBIE'S BARBECUE, 921 W Pop lar. Ph. 429 H. ««; . T R E E TRIMMING SERVICE: Topping, pruning, removing. Also spraying. Insured. Ph. 1051-W after 5 p. m. «6-tf TOASTER REPAIRS--MIXER RE- pairs--all table appliances repaired and serviced. Skagga Electric Co., phone 37, Vine at Locust, Har- risburK. 1«-- Wrecker Service At Night Call 214-R Saline Motor Co., "Chevrolet Sales and Service" Phone 69 or 68 Operator. Rodney Myers PHONE 53 ARMSTRONG FURNACES. COAL, GAS AND OIL. Atr cooiea and water cooled air conditioning. Stokers and guttering CITY COAL YARD AND TIN SHOP 288-tf WATER WELL DRILLING. QUEN- Un Richey, Carrier Mills, ph. 3273 M-tf BARTLEY'S TV 7 Day Nile Service 219 So. Granger Ph. 1088-W Antennas Installed. -- Part*. GUARANTEED WORK. (J) 6 RM. MOD HOUSE, GAS HEAT, 7 mi S of llbg. on Rt. 34. Inq. Ill S Mill or ph. 12R2W. * 4 S RM. FURN. APT. FICEFORO FLOWER MOP. ONJt BIG ROOM AND KITCHEH- 'JMI* «n 1st flew, 1 rm. mi 2nd ··1 W AH C! h. rkin..t t7ti Don't lay a w a k e nights worrying about f u r n i t u r e that needs i t - u p h o l s t e r i n g . Benme is "snowed under" but he w i l l f i x it for you Just ph 821-W. Steinmarch Upholstering NOTICE TO THRIFTY SHOPPERS A word to the w i s e is s u f l i c i e n t * Look w h a t v o u can buy now at y i v a l l y reduced prices: Permanent antifreeze, pressure cookers, a u t o m a t i c coffee pots, BB (juns. Perfection oil heaters, coal b u c k e t s ; Winchester h e a v y duty duck Kims at wholesale cost; F u l l y a u t o m a t i c irons $895: P i n k linht globes the talk of the n a t i o n : Klectrie h e a t e r s , guaranteed for l i v e \ t a r s . o n l y $15!)5. Stove pipe e l b o w s : ; K l e c t n c r:t/.ors at greatly reduc- nl prices, all kinds; We c a r r y all types of portable r::li,) batteries in stock at all F.veready llu.-,h li^ht bat 2 lor 25c indse at reduced prices; w lor C h r i s t m a s K i t ' s are overstocked and m u s t NOW duriii!; . . . HART'S 30th Storewide A N X 1 V K I I S A U Y S A L K .Miss.-s' Fall UNuist-s V a l u t a to $:5.'.i,s! HAKT'S- S. Vine. \ K E T o W N . $1.99 - M a i n Floor LOWEST P R I C K S E V E R ON GAS ranges. Trade n u w . One year's , free supply of gas. IliVTN APPL' ANCE CO., 615 E. Poplar. 62-- F R I G I D A 1 R E . MAYTAC, WASH er. l i v i n g r m . suite, rut.'- and other f u r n i t u r e . 212 W College 98 tf Chicken Supper SAT. OCT. '2'2 A T C . A L A T I A L K C I o H A L L B2-t£ FINAL CLEARANCE ON H..s;, -. Studebakers. Set- us for b a r g a i n - -- EXIDE S E R V I C E l»8- v. i t h i . . i t T i i u r - i l ; The ( t' i! I'.i'! nien: .1 d a v . I n i - ; f i f . . ! l y l a s t u . ' The ] hei i I f i t h e s , / e I I e ;; · ' \ ' I I '. N .1 .;··. (», 1 C . · : - · · ' - ' l - i i n . i i r M a t - f a d - - ' i ^ ' i ' i i - I u hen he and .'·.rin.e I . I T , separated n i l her off f r o m his estate a c e n t , it w a s revealed !o.i '.! X? y e a r old physi- i i r i s t s ].,,,! u ,;i a n c j t t ..,t a . h : i h A i l l he probated Mond a v . s ;.f'er h:s death, spe- «· ^ - l u i l c d h i s t h i r d and it; f r o m the t tit- l belle! -·. t i n i ; a v t t - t a t t no i-lue as to but it w a s FIREPROOF SECURITY BOXES. : $11.75. also suitable for small wall or desk safes--now available at Harrisburg Printer!. 12 South ; Vine. »29-tf Ily l . f o i u n A u \ i ! i . i i - St-rvinjf t a r t s at .". p. l i t I L I d N T . INT ILL r n . CHOOSE FROM A N U M B E R OF colors when you buy v u u r r e f r i g - erator at Fanner's Supply. Special features in the new K e l v i n a t o r are "clear to the floor" coldness. Push button defrost door, sepanitf built-in cheese chest, butter chest, frozen juice tray, and m a n y other handy features 8 cu. ft. for only S229.95. See them today at F A R M ER S SUPPLY, 610 N. M a m . 72 -- A L L SPECIAL G R A N D o P K M N . i prices at L'zzle's no.v E l d o r . . ( i store a p p l y to nic-rcha:v.li-e !j,iiu-;t :n C a r r i e r M i l l s - t h i s A t - i k o i i : \ These prices cannot be r e p i - a l e ' l so. Bl V N O W . ;«, | " i x n y , a: 1 .'! li I l a - t let) feet, contains gree- ni-a'u market, meat locker i in apartment. business of $90,000 I'riced to sell. v-i-ar. 1 ' i i t i n e SSS or See Y O U ' L L F I N D B I G . s U T V . f u r n i t u r e and t e l e v i s i o n * - if \ - i rlur.n? the Grand (Jperiini. 1 . zlc'.s FuiT.it.irc and A p [ . ; i .-. .at Eldorado. C a r r i e r M i ! . - ; m a y t r a n s f e r their a c m u ; i t C a r n t T Mills store. o\ GEORGE LAZICH A t A A A Office. : COAL ALL ( i B A I ) E S ( J E O I S C K Chancey, 625 W l.nu uln Ph i 1129R. 9; 1.' FARM M A C H I N K K Y CORN P I C K E R : Brand new 1 I row New Idea Cornpicker. W i l l sell at dealer's cost. $5J 00. W i l l deliver. Closing out dealership ' L E O N A R D W SAPP. Kt 8. i Springfield. I I I . at j u n c t i o n l i t ' 'M and 1Z5 Ph Spnn^fitSd 87JU2 u r ;; i r : - ! j t : o : - Irr .1 ·^ l.ini . ill 'i at I:-.-,! i,l I .1 n u m b e r of mod- i s to relatives and ' I N - t h e remainder litriiirr Macfadden I n f i . r t v r j u s t i f i a b l y !t-f! h »·("· h a - f j . i i ' to nu- a ie Leo. · i : t f..r i. ho was bat- l i m o n v when -·I s t i l l is f i i / h t i n ^ t o g e t (,is t . ( a t e . he said: i · · i - r o v isions for my e l.i t- Macl.idden. here- reason t h a t she had un- andoned me and has i t h n ' i t m v eonsent and and refused to return F L O R E N C E OIL HEATH: youth bed, Island bed. Barx-.m Ph. 977 J. !)T . S A V E AT H A R T ' S O\ A special purchase ol Van I l e u - e n Salesmen'- S a m p l e s at 1 :i olf i f - ; i i l a r pr.i-e O r c - s S h i r t s . Si"ir! .".hirts ami P . i j . i i n a s in me i a i m sue oi;ly . An ' t i e r A n r , u » - i - - a r v . S a v i n g s at H A R T ' S M e n ' s Store ' B I H D p i . l . ' H i T 1411-R. DOCS: . 72:5 S K T w. RO K K COAL. ALL G R A D E S ' Schalasky, 62y N. Land. Ph h i e inil-e at retluced n i i r needs e v e r int.' see me for the price «|HTI deal f BK; I;AH;AIVS IN NEW Studebakers ( . e t the li-st n(,w E X I H E S E R V I C E . [ ' K K S C K I I T I O N S A' · ( ! ! A I I !.'i' :'illfd: Be sure o i i ^t-l l u i l 1,, - i , . . f i t of your D i K - t ' T ' s m-ilt-r.- I ··; us f i l l your p r e s c r i p t i o n s . \V,- n ,· i r i l y the freshest nf f j n i o u - i; ;".· p h : i n n a c « M i t i c . ; l products l r \ i \ ' UOU R E X A L L D R l (J .STOHK TOP No I ( M \ \ L U K S AT A R M Y S I ' O K E A N D SHOES- B K A l ' T I F U L CROSLEY ETCH t n cabiDuLs, O'Keefe Lumber Co. 72-- .-s.,-.e \ i \\ d u r i n g . . . H A K l ' S 3oth Storewide A N N l ' . ' K I ^ A I i V SALK \ V i · - : i ' s ( u t t d i i Frocks (5) Wanted WILL BL'Y: CLASSED IN Silo'.V case 5x6 ft long. M A C S CAP. A HOME St:PPLY. Ph 17 :-s .' Specialist Says Ike Could Run for Second Term if He Wishes !'.! I M . I N i . T o N VI IP-President K . s . - n h o '., r co-i!d seek a second t i - - n i i f * r - t . - . h e i l . ;K cording to a noted t . e . : : t - p e i - i a l i s t w h o h a s - t t i ' ! - e - l t l . e I ' r e - iilent'.s cardio- 1 $1.99 -Hasement Store HELP PROMOTE G O D S WORK Donate your used clothing to the Bargain store, Ph. 976-W. 84 (5-A) H«lp Wontotf :t if .in I n, h.- ·...., i H r. I. I."pe ( h k i n told a "day "it's hard to P r e s i d e n t avoids r phv sical s t r a i n n i c h e s h,s h e a l t h . 'I be p h y s i c a l l y able to K ML; i l l - s'IP'S EI.ECTFMC Phone »)W. In SPECIAL P f R C U A S K 20 Styles Women's and iirl.s Sport Shoes Melven's Factory Outlet Shoe Store U. s. ir, C A K R I K K M I L L S P E R S O N A L I Z E D -- CLOTH LAB- rls. With your name and address. No sewmc -- just irr-n on. Used on all clothing by children, homes, t r a v e l e r s , military personnnel. 50 assorted rolor labels for $1 00 at Harrisbnrs; Printers, 22 South Vine. Phone 1180. 65-tf RI UE B I R D COAL, WASHED. oiled: treated. 3 z 8 and stoker Jackson Ice Coal, ph. 256. 1-tf R A I L R O A D S A L V A G E . K U K K . canned Koods and K t n e r . i ! II T. J Davis. 222 W P a r k T Y P E W R I T E R S F O R SALE: N E W and used $io d o w n and $5 a m o n t h We al.so rent A repair type w r i t e r s X addini; machines C L I N K W A D E T Y P E W R I T E R STA T I O N K K Y S T O K E . 404 E Mam H ' l . W e s t F i a n k f o r t . Ill Ph 444 90 tf YOU'RE USING 75% TOO M U C H SOAP if you are still struRuling ilong on bard water. Start en oying the savings and convenience of soft water today. Ph 170, lleis ter Plumbing and Heating. 51 -- H \ I ; Y A K K I er c h a i r both i';in;.'er for AND \i Jlo 21H S KS u t h H E R E IS A W O N D E R F U L . WoV- D E R F U L "TWIST" . . . For every Name on your C h r i s t m a s List Buy the R Y T E X E N S K M B L E of S T A T I O N E R Y . . . i t ' s custom made and l o v e l v to -rr' Yes t h i s RYTEX P R I N T E D S I A T I u N E R Y GIFT BOX E N S E M H L E is so Ix-autifully boxed and such a wonderful value! It's a 4 70 value for only 2.«5 . . in each box there are 200 Single Shnets, or loo I.arce M a n - ^ i / e Sheets, and loo Envelopes all p r i n t e d v \ i t h N'.imo and Address. Hut t h a t ' s not all . . y o u ' l l also «et 12 Decorated Thank You N o t e s and 12 Envelopes to complete t h i s custom- made writinc ensemble. Here is a 4 70 v a l u e that costs o t i only 2fi5 d u r i n g t h i s October S;ilo at The Register C o m m e r c i a l Department l i t t l e r «et y o u r order in e a r l y f o r t h e H Y T K X P R I N T E D S T A T I O N E R Y G I F T BOX ENS K M H L E at The Register Commercial D e p a r t m e n t for e v e r y N a m e on your Christmas List' 84 tf p : i n t s BOOTS rer's boots, guaranteed S12 H.S v a l ue for $995. F i s h e r m a n ' s boot , y u a r n r i l e e d w a t e r p r o o f . 'J !(") lie»i price on oxfords for men and h \ s in s o u t h e r n I l l i n o i s . \,, b e t t e r u o r k boots and shoe- .civ w h e r e for tlie price C O R D I lioY H o a v v S.1 95 v a l u e for S-I li.i S h u t H t a u t i l u l new Wc»ter:i s h i r t s . N E W ( H A R A C O A I . covr.r a n y si/e a n d l e n ^ l h . priced A l s o C b a r a c o a i - ' M a t r l i me" C o v e r a l l s m ;,|| of the 11-11. o r s . B L A N K E T I . I N K D .11 M P K I t S excellent i | i l . i l i t ;it f . i i r |.| n ·· . Also h e a v y w o r k j.icket.s of b e ^ t M I N . W o M K N A N D COUPLES '· !'!;;STMAS COMES BUT ONCE a y e a r . . . and w h a t do you know . . I t ' s a l m o s t here! And here's .n c u s t o m made gift you'll want for e v e r y o n e on your Christmas l i s t . Th Register Commercial Dep a r l i - i e n t has a wonderful sale of t h e R Y T E X P R I N T E D STATION- K I f Y C . I r T B O X t h a t ' s M b e a u t i f u l l y boxed for w i l t s AM! i t ' s such a wonderful v a l u e . . a 4 70 v a l u e for only . on sale for October SALESMAN FOR LOCAL SOFT drink route, age 25-10, High school education. Uniforms furnished. Group insurance, hospitalization and paid vacations. Must be energetic, and interested in making a future for himself in this business. Write box V. L, B. can of Daily Register. P' 1 c h k i n member of the U n i " · ' · ' '.· of V e r m o n t f a c u l t y , .said he , \ ; i s c a l l e d m to s t u d y 20 elec- !ro i . i : - d i o r r a m s of the President's h e . l i t " b e c a i . - e the healing process hospitalization h.id been s;,, u ,.r t h a n n o r m a l " H u t he s.i'd "bv the t i m e I con- · · i ' t e i l t!,e !jti-st c a r ] o ; r a p h s , t h r c o m p l i c a t i o n s had disappeared " F N S F M R I F i W O M A N T0 W O R K P A K T ENSEMBLE selling soft water service Box RRC care of D a i l y It i n t e r v i e w . No t W r i t e 1- J( ke.nn this beautiful gift M A L E COMPANION "TO A I L I N G opes all printed w i t h I Address . . . PLUS , Name . . 12 i E v K D swi-'vr A r m \ 4 p a i r SAVE UP TO 50', ON H A I M S hrillinK assortment of w o m e n ' s nylon lingerie. Slight irr 's oi $3.95 In $5.95 .slips . . $1' *· S l i g h t rr 's of $5.95 to $7 95 K " ^ n s 13.99. Only two of many A n n i v e r s«ry Saving.*! in .store for you at HART'S -- Basement Store SK I T E X C E L TAPE AND DISPENS- ers, for home and office. Wholesale and retail Ask about our q u a n t i t y wholesale prices. Harrisburg Printers. 22 South Vine Ph 1180 K E L V I N A T O R larte one dixir FLEC. oven R A N G E . I'sed one I.ONI; s i. E S H I K T S . 97e S l j . X . I l l I , | o n S o i l " S o y ;-nd N ' . i v y s o \ , tlie l.,tli r lor SI Y o u w i l l find T O P NOTCH v a l - ues in a l l w i n t e r w e a r f o r n n - i and boys at B K o W N S A H MY STORE on West K i m . opposite K r o n e r p a r k i n * lot. :»ti Decorated Thank You Notes and ]2 K n - . e l o p c s . All this for only 2 n." a Ix.x The stationery is of fine f j u a l i t y v e l l u m in White, (Irey. ir Blue w i t h N a m e and Address p r i n t e d m lilock. Script, or Strate- l i n o l e t t e r i n g in Blue or Mulberry ;.te e l e v i r l y i l l u s t r a t e d in Fuchsia a n d Bl.-ick For beautiful custom: ii'.ide t i l l - buy boxes and boxes o f ! t i . o R Y T K X P R I N T E D STATION! F.RY c.lFT BOX ENSEMBLE at i Tie R e g i s t e r Commercial Depart- j meat d u r i n g the Octoter Sale. S4-tf (10) liMtntcfion GET YOUR HALLOWE'EN" fit at The Country Store only 25c. Sat. last d a v fl.. City Hall OCT Some 1st UK 1 CALL MORRY NEWMAN Lindale Memorial Gardens. Phone Eldorado 26F13. 70 tf P A P E R 29 FOR % 9 v e a r A bargain 4O| Ford Si S W E E T POTATOES. di en, Libert v. Ph. 12 H c HKN VISIT OTHER R U M M A G E SALES hen come nee our «electiona. W. Poplar, upulain. M ·t KM M i l l ) Mo) SK FI I.L MASK "lent. h.irduood floors. t,m|i ,,, , c . i l i i n i ' t s Priced for |inck sale I'll L':ti.l: for a p p o i n t m e n t 9t) 2 W A U M M O R N I N G HEATER? Terms. O'Kerfe Luiuhor Co. 8«^ S M A L L I I O I S K . 2 ' · RMS |i)27S L..MI Ph IUL'4 l ,,r 782 J. WMJ FOR SALE PERSONALIZED -- A D D R E S S Labels. Your name and address pnnt«l on gummed labels. Ideal for stationery, envelopes, greeting cards, checks, books, or loanea items. 300 for $1 00 at Harrisburg Printer*, I I HO. 22 South ViM. Phone r. I v S. of w a t o r , m i i u i t o «lrivo from Harrishni-jr. |inr. l««rn and o i i t l u s«-r\ ict-. on « n- I A K G K SELECTION MEN'S NEW f i i l l jackets. HENSHAW CLOTHING. ( arrier Mills, III. *9020 SPAR CHAT FOR ROADS AND driveways. $1 .V) per ton by load MiUiflan Coal YardTph. 507 W. 1- T75 GALLON Fl EL T A N K Wooden stand $5. 214 E rear. LINGER S E W I N G MACHINE Mrs. Sarah Parks, tl.S N MEN'S $1 V A I . I E STRETCH" AN- k i d s .,:»,· ,,;, ir . 3 pr *2 Test Match ···I u n i f o r m s ; pants $2911. shirt ---- $1 !W Test overaIN $2 7» Oshkosh *l.V Overalls $3 :,» p ; ,,r Henshaw C!o Ford. thiriK. i arrirr Mills *W 20 ·JW-I ; - - ----I RADIANT CIRCULATING «.(ik BTU Gax s^ace heater, M« only $109 M Irvui AppUasje* C*, MS ;tt Tliis land «-;ui n jrrt-at p r o f i t . re-sold in lots or I r : , IU MNKSS BUILDING IN GALA- ti.i Z s i n r y brick bldg. Income upstairs, income downstairs. On p.ived main thoroughfare. Priced to sell f.i t Mrs. Anna M. Karnes, 8J9 w. Forn Drive, Pullerton, .-.lif. *»1 10 172 E. Poplar M. T«-» a l f ° f t h oil h o a l t h makes I ho sale of w i t h thiit place land. iM««-ssary. S T A R T PIGS ON THE M K A T T Y P E " HOGS. WAY TO Peed Su BE SURE TO ATTEND H A R T S 30th Storewide Anniversary Sale now in progress and c o n t i n u i n g through Saturday, Oct 29 Bi« Savings for You . . Your F a m - ily ... Your Home Buy for o u r present and future needs. 981 274,365 Persons On R*W Rolls in Stote During August SPRINGFIELD W -A total of 274.3A5 persons were on the five state-federal assistance rolls at the end of August, (he Illinois Public Aid Commission reported lt»day. The total figure dropped for the I 0 ;/ 01 " "" sr who a PP |v by"Nov"'lt! fifth consecutive month The Auc A ' l ' lll " nal w r i t l e n tests w i l l be giv- iist total was 407 fewer than .Inly ''" evpr ' few months since the ex- Total expenditures for the public a ' ninil '"" w i l l N- open for receipt - ' "' -- - ' - - · - until further mHic*. Mrs. Cornelia Gray, Vienna, Sister of Former L6cal Teacher, Dies V : - C o r n e l i a G r a y . :,!). V i e n n a , V l ' r "f Mrs A r l m e S m i t h Kess- ! " r ' I ' f l in Barnes h o s p i t a l , St. l.oi... T h i i r s t l a y of cancer. Her l - ' i l v i ; , , s heen received a t t h e Ro t " - i ! M , - i tiiner.il home. V i e n n a , a n d h ' - r l i b e r a l W i l l be held at 2 p m S a t - r i l . i . v a t t h e C h r i s t i a n church "' \ - e i u i a B u r i a l w i l l be in the F r a l e r n . i l c e n n ' t e r y \Mie:i \ i , s s A r l m e S m i t h was a t e a c h e r at the Harri.sburK Tovvn- s.'iip h i L , h school her sister visited h i r e f r e q u e n t l y a n d became widely k n o - A r i . They are the dauKliters of t h e l a t e .luilj-e W i l l i a m Y. and Su-.aii K . n i t h of V i e n n a . A brother, Ben. and M r s Kessncr, w h o re- Milt-.-, m Inilianapolis. s u r v i v e U. S. Civil Service Accepting Applications For New Examinations The U s C i v i l Service Commission has announced that applications are now being accepted for its new Federal Service entrance examination This examination will be used for f i l l i n g positions paying Irorn $X«;o i,, n.525 a year in a wide v a r i e t y of occupational fields. The Federal Service entrance examination is open to college »«i- lors and graduates reyardless of l.n-ir field of major "ludy and to college call her people who have had equivalent experience The first w r i t t e n test w i l l b* held Dee. or So* th* owrwr. Arthur Crowdcr at Carrier Mill*. D. K. ( avender, at Hurri-shur*. lev Pi(i HISSKS to pifs In a creep and I'M. M A M A SO-90 to pigs when ihev *rr 5 weeks old. Ask m about them WOOLCOTTS MILL, tUt- p n ^ L - - -- ^ MA ^^k ^M K^^^^^^^^^BO^ ^^*^ rnourK. w*. ^ ·« rwufwrmif, MM (ialatM. 87-7 to asaUlance programs was $I2.«4S. tM. with the average grant per person placed at *4« 20. The nxure* were for general re- «" information andri applica- ^. ineo fn Ihe Commission's repre«enlctiv«. harles U. Wasson. located at tftt tion forms may be obtained from to tl» M*aMed and cMMre*. ·id IT S aril Vrric* Waskmgta* », D C. ·iiEV/RPA PF.C I ·HRCHIVF.S

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