The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 8, 1948 · Page 4
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January 8, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

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FAGS TWO THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, lLL.,.jrHURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1048 THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1948 THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG. ILK., ADS Charge ; ooi»ts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cosn-with-Ordcr Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines ·Vi · I ; v WASH JOBS THIS i $1. Marathon's Service, Cor, S. Main and Raymond. 159-6 NOTICE -OF CLAIM -DATE j Estate of Cora Harris, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons that February 2nd, 1948, is the claim date -in -the. estate ;of ·Cora ^Harris, Deceased, pending · "in the County Court of Saline · - County, Illinois, and that claims · - m a y be filed against the said i estate on' or before said date .^without issuance of summons. v H. F. WASSON, Administrator i U Y lUIJAl X V U J V AJTKJ JilTMi*- leady Calendar or refilL Phone 180W, Harrisburg Printers, 22 South Vine Street TM°*' 1934 OLDSMOBILE COUPE 6; 4-rooms new furniture, 2 g09d horses. 1340 W. Robinson, Dorris %; DENNIS ·181-- MR. LEWIS ^JACKSON'S Store Saturday, January 10, 3 to 8 p.m. for truss and . ,11V1U v v*» - , -~ - r - -abdominal fittings. 161-1 Card of Thanks ; . : Our heartfelt thanks to all who .·^·extended comforting sympathy am help at the time vOf f the death o -'dur husband and father, John '· Baker. For the beautiful service 'floral offerings: arid other kind "nesses we are deeply grateful. " ' Wife and children *161- NEW 4-ROOM HOUSE. 823 W. O'Gara. 1584 ALEM1TE LUBRICATION SER- rice. See K. Dunn, Saline Motor Co. 132-tf ress. WANT WANT ftlAiN r v" *.y · · -TT- -_ business in cities of Harnsburg, Carrier Mills, and adjoining coun- tv. Permanent if you-are a-hustler. For Particulars write Raw. leigh's. Dept. lLA-942.103.Fiee- 158-- ville. 158-6 COAL, COKE, AND KINDLING. Call City Coal Yard, Tel. 55R1- WASSON COAL AND STOKER, Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 256. 132-tf HELM'S PULLORUM ..PASSED chicks; holder three world's records; R.O.P. sired matmgs; government approved; sexed chicks. Free brooding bulletin. Illinois Hatchery/Metropolis, -HI. -156-11 SMALL 'RESTAURANT, DOING good business. Selling because .of sickness. 220 South Granger. f :Card of Thataks £··'=';'-To those who expressed }their {^Sympathy in so many beautiful sii-'and practical ways during our re- fl-^cSnt bereavement, we extend our mifheartfelt thanks; , '··':·· -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hull C, ---,'H. G. Randolph and Family t;:'"Mrs. Grace-Hull; 161-1 iif.V ·',,'·.. ? InMemoriam. _ ' In loving memory of our mother, Mrs. W. A. Webber, who passed ^ away five years 'ago today, Jan. i'-m 1943, and in memory "6f our '"'··'·"father W- A. Webber, who passed ^laway April 28, 1943. Memory is the only thing That grief can ^call its own, ·SO we mourn for them in silence ·When we are all alone. Sadly "missfed by the children. · 161-1 1946 PONTIAC 8 SEDAN, 23,000 actual miles, new tires. Must see Ihis machine to appreciate it. Phone J; D. Vandeveer, Equality. 159-3 "Your Register Want Ad said you wanted someone to imitate birds--well, how many eggs must I' lay?" PETTY'S STARTS Business Services RELIABLE MAN WITH CAR wanted to call on farmers m east and south Saline county. \Vpnder- -- ~ ^vTir'ful opportunity. $15 to $20 in a FUEL OIL BURNER, USED ONE No exper i e nce or capital re^ m«i onmvo *iKl-2 quired permanent. Write today. McNESS COMPANY, Dept. A, "161-- month. Tel. 1-2 TON PAN- S(T)UN SUIT. Shirley Modell sports a new hair-do at Miami Beach, Fla., called the brow cluster which features a cluster of ringlets at the left side of the head. If you have time, you might also glance at her French-style, zebra- striped bathing suit, which is also · \'f\jf\:Lf xi*^ J-* ^»*^*---------- ^ing.: "ChasrEwell,'Jr. Tel. *161-3 AMOVING -- LONG OR SHORT ^distance; "Also coal hauling. NO; ·"5 vein lump and stoker coal, .oil ^treated. Hamshurg Transfer Co, ·r-VACUUM CLEANERS ARE .OUR ^dnlytfcusiness. O,;;R...;Burd, - :rHall5Bldg-rMt. Vernon, 111. 5cAR WASHING ^ SEE ORVAL ' a t - S a l i n e Motor Co. 132-tf el truck. Call 1041R1. 160-3 1 ACRE GROUND, FENCED, and barn. 817 W. O'Gara. *161-1 COMPLETE LINE OF DU PONT Quality Paints. National Paint and Wallpaper Co. 103-tf NO'. 1 GRIMES GOLDEN AP- ples, $2.50 bushel. Roy Cozart, 1 mile north of Ledford. 161-3 PAIR OF HOUNDS. 824 W. LIN- coln. . * 16 °- 3 1940 DODGE, MOTOR IN GOOD cond., 5 good tires. Priced to sell. Tel. 136W, Eldorado. *160-2 1947 NASH 600, FULL EQUIP- ment, 15,000 ^ miles; 1947 Hudson Commodore 6, 4-door sedan, li,000 miles; 1939 Chevrolet coupe; 1936 Pontiac coupe; 1939 Ford 4- door sedan; 1942 Chevrolet 2- door sedan; 1942 Nash 600 4-door sedan. Harrisburg Motor Sales, r rcciJiu i, A". EXPERIENCED WOMAN FOR general housework. Apply j£~ South Main. I3trtl COLORED GIRL FOR CLEAN UP work. Apply at Singer Sewing Center. 158 - tt EXPERIENCED AND CAPABLE deputy for Saturday nights. Grove NJte Club. I 58 "" (6) Employment_Wanted[ TRUCK DRIVER, SEMI OR straight bed; age 37. Tel. 282W2. 'IDl-o EXPERIENCED W A I T R ESS, fountain or short order cook. Pno. 1208R2. *i60-3 COAL OR RAMP HAULING, new truck Write Box BB,,care Daily Register. ~Ibl-t new. seoan. «.arnsDurg iwuiui. oa«;o, Nash Sales and Service. 157-tf GOOD LUMP COAL, $6 TON DE^ livered. Tel. 1168W2. 142-tf (7) Lost EAR. SCREW WITH RED SET Tel. 1017W1. 161-2 · ' S s~, c ^'SAEBS AND SERVICE FOR -^aectrbiux'cleaners. John Hodge, 922R. ; -'GOAL HAULING AND GENERAL ~:fiaulini by Smokey Joyner, tel. ·^1299. W R E C K E D ^SERVICE DAY W ·'* mnite phone 214R. Sahne Co., "Chevrolet Sales and · 12 * "il ; --'jnuiwi. ^ I -Service." CLOVER HAY, $1 BALE, AND wheat straw,- 60c. Raymond Vinyard, Rt 13, 7 mi. E. of Harris*160-2 SHORTS AND BRAN. GODARD'S _ _ _ * ' m 1 Cf\ A Farm Market 169-4 I AM WILLING TO SHARE MY home with an elderly couple. JW Dooley, 1219 Largent. *161-3 LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL- paper in Southern Dlinois. National Paint and Wallpaper Co. iUo'tX (9). Miscellaneous (10) Instruction PRIVATE banquets .phone The Countty 'Club. PARTIES OR County 54F11- 103-tf 5-RM. MOD. HOUSE, NICE FULL basement, new furnace and blower, fine location. Bargain. ' 5-rm. modern new home, N. Main-St. . Two 4-rm. semi-mod, houses. 3 : rm- house, -water, toilet, cor- MARKETS (3) For Rent ner lot. 5-rm, house,. '2 Heights, bargain. 6-r/n. semi-mod. 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 521 W. Raymond street * 1K1 - 1 *16M ·4-RM. UNFURNISHED APART Sent Call 1041R1- 1fin " 160-3 » j* }i TWO 3-T»L FURN. APTS. rquire at 121 W. Ray««"^ -^ -and 8 p. m. or tel. 800. IN (4) For Sale lots, Dorris D-IIII. ac«.i-."«-- house, cor. Sloan Weoster; possession, at 'l05-acre farm, store, ice house, gasoline pump, cream buying station^ $7,000. Will take a small home as part payment. Hauptmann Real Estate 323 W. Church SU 161-2 (4-A) For Trade LIVESTOCK ST LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Jan. 8--W---(USDA)-Livestock: ,,,,,, Hogs 9,300; salable 9,000; weights 170-lbs. and up, "25 to 50c lower than average Wednesday. Lighter weights and sows, steady to 25c lower; some pigs under 120 Ibs.. off more. Bulk good and choice 180 to.300 Ibs., S28: top, $28 25 for several loads, mostly 190 to 230 Ibs Few early. $27.75: 160 to 170 Ibs.. S27 to-$27.75; 130 to 150 Ibs., S24.50 to $26.7o: 100 to 120 Ibs.. $20.75 to S23.75: good sows. 450-lbs. down, S2450'to $2o; over 450 Ibs.. $23.75 to $24.oO; stags. $17.50 to $21. Morgenthau May be Called To Grain Probe MORGENTHAU --RAY WASHINGTON, Jan. 8--U£)-- Senate investigators said today that former secretary of treasury Henry Morgenthau may be called upon to explain publicly his speculations in corn. ^ Chairman Homer Ferguson, 'R., ! Mich., of the senate subcommittee on speculation said Morgcathau would be asxed immediately for more data on his commodity mar: | jet dealings. *; "If it is found that he was not speculating in commodities while a member of. the cabineV Ferguson said.'--"it will not be necessan,' to call'him'for testimony." ' 'But, if it is found that his trading goes back to the _ days when he was secretary of the treasury, then we'll call him down here as'a witness." After Morgenthau's name appeared on a list of corn traders made public last night, "he issued a statement through his office saving his market operations took place "a year and a half after L resigned from office." Last night's list showed that Viorgenthau was 195,000 bushels '«=hort" of corn last June 30. He llost because the price of corn went up Speculators on the snort ;ide bet that prices will drop. Check Paulcy Account 60 ACRES, 7 ML NW OF HAR- tisburg on gravel; has 5-rrn. house, ton, other outbuildings, close to -Sool and church; price |3.?00. T= A : 2-story house on N. Mam St., -«4o» in; has 3 apartments, two of *«Huch are bringing »» SaO per month and owier lives in r onc; price ^,500.00. 4-ROOM HOUSE, LIGHTS. \VA- ter, full basement, 2 acres for property in Harrisburg. Orval Barnfield,-Saline Four. '161-2 . . . Cattle 3.200; salable 3,000; calves. 1,200. all salable. Litte more than 1-2 dozen loads of steers on 11 Kill J. *- \4 */**-« »v«w -*-- -- - - sale. Market active and fully. sale iuarKci acu»c ««·« *«.·... t * *v-».--w--- stea'dv on medium to good offer- physician. ».,,,»»,.. inS at $27 to $29; butcher year- "The listings are so sketch* my «ii. ·*«·· w "*"_*,.. j «^,,. ^ ·. _«^ n -^vthinff in the (5) Wonted ___ ASSENGERS TO NORFOLK, - ^~ ^rij, BarnhiJL 1 OU-* COLUMNAR f t , -Write Box X, c-o Daily Rcgis- " icviv K iuivj rf*x,%.-«««-» Ferguson made the statement to reporters-after a secret subcommittee session during whicn members went into a "complicated account" of the commodity speculations of Edwin W. Pauley, special assistant to Army secretary Kenneth C. Royall. The subcommittee also heard private testimony from Pauley's business manager --Claude Cameron of Los Angeles, who is treasurer of Pauley's Pet- Ferguson said his subcommittee was handicapped in its appraisal of the speculation accounts ol Pauley, Morgenthau, and Brig. Gen. Wallace H. Graham because Agn- culutral department lists dealt _ « ;*i» _*.«»««\«r% *^ivc i«r?in3rn CUlUilUl \acjfc/«" «"*··"* * -- . ^ . onlv with certain days. Graham is President Truman's personal ings »L v^"* * v '****'« «**·»'--·-' - £,~~" lings in light supply and firm: medium to good largely. $20 to $27; cows active and unevenly strong to higher. A few good cows. "161-3 rvjrwTM, LESPEDEZA AND clover at highest market pncc. Martin Bros., Tel. 686\V. inS-lf . $19 to $22: common and medium beef cows. $16 to $18; canners and cutters. $13 to $15.75: bulls, firm: beef bulls, $21.50 to $22: sausage bulls $21 down: good and choice » A** * _ f* IA.«WA«* «·*+ ?VK Trt con't mean ~r-- -- -' --- - ' -in the over- OVERCOAT: NEW, SIZE Vineyard's Shoe Shop.^S. RIDE TO PONTIAC. MICH...FOR i^ one. 1225 Oak, Domsvillc. *161-2 · AND FRENCH FRIES WITH POULTRY, EGGS AND CREAM. We pay top prices. Sugar Creek Produce, Phone 918R. 123-u vcalers. $2 to $4 lower at $26 to .; common and medium, steady ··"·" "t6» ·ij o.jiw. o.*.*..*.*' ^iOUw« Ft- v t .y«. include three decks yearling wethers: balance mostly lambs. No early sales. co all program;" Ferguson said. man may have been out of the market on one day (such as those da^ on which spot checks oj, traders' identities were made) and | have been trading heavily o n j ° Ferguson said Anderson would | he called upon for further ncsti- . ir.onv to explain the importance! cf the dales which spot were made. TO BUY: 4 OR 5-RM. SEMI-MOD crn house. Tel. 752R2. Chicago Produce Poultry: 18 trucks: unsettled: uricrs 38-42' plvmouth rock and 16M \ white rock springs 36: colored TO RENT OR LEASE. SMALLj^gjg.,? 4 3^553 lbs; . WC ak; 90 farm in Saline coun^?. CM« TM"J: score 79. Write Box YY, care Daily Register. | £ggs: , 1979 cascs; steady: ex- EBONITE B-FLAT CLARINET. Golish Delicatessen, 200 S. Gran ger. way lEWSFAPESr ·160-10 161-1 CIPS Bonds Plated on Market NEW YORK, Jan. investment group headed by Halscy, Stuart Co, Inc., today put en the public market $10,000,000, - ol Central Illinois Service Eccs* ll,y» cases; suwuv, VA- o i ccnirai »uniw» »w. Iras 1: 52: extras 2: 51: 3 and]company i'.rsi mortgage bonds at 4? 49: standards 1 and 2: 48: 3 102 .365 per cent and .accrued in- and 4: 46; current receipts 43-j lcrcst to yield a--»»"-«^« ** - _ _ . .· +***- _i_ _^.1*A O*7 *f«; dirties 38; checks 37. Size *T Transformers Charles Michelson, j ^ ^^S^IL^S'S ForiUCr Democratic j an ounce to a 475,000-pocnd giant as Publicity Man, Dies " ; «iu vu **» ·* " 1 w Demi, velt in the 1932 eleciion. per cent, , , ., Proceeds from the sale of the bonds and from the recent sale ol additional common stock wui be applied to the cost of additions znd extensions lo the company si properties. . The bonds, scries cent due Sept 1, . redeemed by the company at any time at prices TM£TM2 from . TMZ -* per cent until Sept, 1, 1948. to 100 per cent on and after Sept. 1, 1976. _ pcr xrac ci wiacsi Bowling was popular in German;, as early as 300 A. D., as a leligiou? ordeal. CURTAINS $4.95 Ruffled Curtains, Flotked Marquisette · 96 in. Wide to tKe Pair, 90 in. Long *\T $4.95 Kenneth and Paramount Swiss Dot Marquisette . . $3.95 100in. Wide to the Pair, 90 in. Long $3.95 Ruffled Tie Back Colored Cushion Dot . . . . . . $2.95 94 in. Wide to the Pair, 94 in. Long ,, Odd and Display Curtains, one and two of a pattern . eq^h 98c Ruffled and Tailored Values to! S4.95 ;·;-..·f v f^ f Drap-0-Mal Bedroom Curtain Ensemble, Novelty Marquisette . $4.95 2 1-2 Yds. Long with Drap-O-Mat Valance, Reg. $8.9o Tailored Curtains, Novelty Weave, Rayon and Cotton, Sale, pat $1.95 68 in. Wide to the Pair, 90 in. Long. $3.25 Value -:%·:·. , Regular $3.25 Value Swiss Dot Marquisette Pairs . . pafc $1.95 76 in. Wide to the Pair, 81 in. Long BEDSPREADS and DRAPERIES 4 Only, Tufted Spreads, Full Siie f Reg. $14.50 . . mw(,$9.95 2 Bedspreads, Twin Size, Green f Regular $12.50 . $aO6.95 FLOUNCED BEDSPREAD DRAPERIES AND VANITY ENSEMBLES BONNIE PLAID PATTERNS $17.95 Double Spreod . . . . $12.95 $15.95 Single Spreod $13.50 Draperies, Pair $10.50 Varrity Skirts $10.95 $9.95 $8^5 OLD GREENWICH PRINTS $22.50 Double Spread $19:95 Single Spread $13.75 Draperies . . 9.95 Vanity Skirts $T5.75 $1450 BATES Nationally Advertised Spreads and Draperies $9.95 Spreads and Draperies . $7.95 $8.95 Spreads and Draperies . $6.95 $7.50 and $7.95 Spreads and Draperies $5.49 ODD READY MADE DRAPERIES Floral Print or Natural Color Home- Spun one or two of a kind. Values to $8.95 Sale' $2.95 DISPLAY AND SUP COVER FABRIC DISCONTIKUED PATTERNS OR LIMITED YARDAGE TO PATTERHS Values to $1.95 f Sole Priced, a big value . . 79c Values to $2.95, .on sale . . . . . . . . . ..,.,,, 98e :· REMNANTS-PRICED TO S|.L Ute Table Cloths, 72x90, Reg. $9.95 «n|$6 Table (loth, 6 Napkins, Blue/Rose, Yellow and Grey, $9.95 wl. $6.95 Bridge Sels, were $3.39 now only $2.59 Dresser Sels, were $1.95 now only 79c 3 Table Cloths in Blue and Chartreuse, Reg. $2.95 val. sate 79c Balh Sels, Variety of Colors, $3.95 val $1.95 Only 3 Cushion Studio Couch Covers, Reg. $9.95 . now $4.95 Blue, Rose and Green. Welted Seams, Pleated Flounces N Closing Out Room Size Wool Wilton Rugs 4 9x12 Rugs, Regular $119.00 val only $84.50 1 12x12 Rug, Regular $145.00 val. . $94.50 -Double Blonkets, $7.95 values . . on sale $5.95 Satin Bound. 25% Wool, 75% Collon, Rcgnlar ; · Home Decorations , lEWSFAPESr

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