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January 15, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

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FAOE FOUR! THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., THURSDAY, J A N U A R Y 15, 19-18 JHIV ' A ^P^'WW^Wl^W^ · ' ·" A "TVCS CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-toith-Order Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines (1) Notices | (4) For Sale (Continued) j(5) Wanted NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE G-KOOM MODERN HOUSE ON TO RENT 5 OK 6-ROOM HOME. Estate of Cora Harris, 'Deceased. G lots. Eldorado. Price S8750. business man. Pho. 2GOW. 167-tl' Notice is hereby given to all I A ~7 \ C" I--I - ·rsnns Ihnf Ffihrunrv 2nr) 1948. I-- r\ /-. - I \_ II 5 persons that Pebruary 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 may be filed against the said I estate on or before said date iRUMMAGE CLEARANCE JOO ACRE FARM ABOUT 3 MILES'to 4 p. m. northwest of Galatia. Frank Whilt,! 5-RM. SEMI-MOD. HOUSE ON, ; south side. Call Tel. 316, 9 a. m'. 167-1 Nickcrson. Kansas. without issuance of summons. (beginning Saturday, Jan. 17. at H. F. WASSON, Administrator [the Curiosity Shop. Attorneys., 161-RUMSEY DENNIS, ^·164-4 JTRANSPOKATION TO CARBON- dalc Sat. morn.: must be there! by 8 a', m. Call tel. 1285R before 5* p. m. or 730R-3 after 5. 166-2 SALE 166-3 Three Killed in Smash of Freight, Passenger Trains LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Jan. 15-(L'.H--A Rock Islanu lines passenger train, the Californian. smashed head on into » freight train as it headed out of Little Rock early today, killing at least three persons and injuring five others. One of the dead and four of Discuss Validity Of Liquor License (Continued from page one) *ouj!ht the opinion of the attorney general Yesterday he received the opinion, which stated an ordinance or resolution cannot be re- i pealed or .suspended by motion, that they could be amended only, by a formal action of equal dig- j nity to that used in passing the resolution. It concluded that the lid not amend the resolu- wiic ui me uiruu uiiu 1UUI u l i t 1011 the injured were train crewmen, concurs With Opinion en^ineef o U1 ihc 'p°a senir fTM,'i Tlw " r "»° ttcd a d , tecussi cn e incei oi mi. pabien^tr train. ...,,:,,,, ii p ,. m . m M.-F.-ir n Hi MOVING, LONG OK SHORT DIS- tance. Also, coal hauling, No. 5 vein lump and stoker coal, oil! .POULTRY, EGGS AND CREAM. ,6-RM SEMI-MOD. HOUSE. NOW j We pay top prices. Sugar Creek i empty. Bargain. Must be sold j Produce, Phone 918R. at once. Hauptmann Real Estate. 123-tf 323 W. Church. 166-2 j CALL 430--E-Z CAB--FOR DE- treated. Kane's Moving and Haul-1 GOOD R E S I D E N C E HOME. ing Service. Pho. 299R or 884R. Price S2650.00. A Z I C H jpendable 24-hour service. 167-tf Card 'of Th'anks Our heartfelt thanks to all who ALEMITE LUBRICATION SER- extended . comforting sympathy, . Sce K D Saline Motor and help in our recent sorrow be- j Q O 132-tf cause of the death of our loved one, Charlie C. Coats. To the ^^ _ _. Rev.-Carl Downey, Mr. and Mrs. black land 3nd 40 acres tUed all Leo BarneJl, for the beautiful serv- llimcd Water and lights 2 ^ f ice, floral offerings and other miles of Harrisburg. $85 per acre, kindnesses, we are deeply grateful- Hauptmann Real Estate, 323 W. 120-ACRE F A R M . M 0 S T L Y 3 PASSENGERS TO LOS ANGE- les, leaving Fri. or Sat. Tel. 1133W. 167-1 1 RIDER TO PHOENIX. ARIZ., leaving Sun. night. Pho Louie G. Gaskins. 796R. 166-3 TO RENT OR LEASE. SMALL farm in Saline county. Cash rent. Write Box YY, care Daily Register. *160-10 The Family. 166-2 14-ROOM SEMI-MODERN. · buy, $3500.00. (2) Business Services DALE'S WELDING SERVICE. I f A "7 \ . C* Portable, arc and a'cetylene; just!*-- / * *-- ' ^-* siv.near as your phone. Call tel.! 1078R-1 -or 104 W. O'Gara. -166-3 GOOD H MOVING -- -LONG OR SHORT distance. Also coal hauling. No. COAL, COKE, AND KINDLING. Call City Coa) Yard, Tel. 55R1.; 132-tf .-.-~, lu 5JP a . n ^ st° ker co, 31 . ottjWASSON COAL AND STOKER, treated, riamsburg Transfer: Co., j Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 256. 132-tf i - : - ! CALENDAR REFILLS AND NEW VACUUM, CLEANERS ARE OUR calendar pads. Harrisburg Print- only business. 0. R. Buford, City! ers . 22 S/Vine St. Phone 1180W. Hall JBldg., Mt. Vernon, 111. 132-tf ; 16 6-15 CAR WASHING SEE Durfee at Saline Motor Co ORVAL j S . ROOH FULLY MO DERX. EX. 132-tf ! ,,,,,,,,,,, f . nnf) ii ion . F onl St.. S8500. sion in \ns scalds! to de'-ith hv i^ci,»»»· i w h i c h "'-·nnaii McFarlin (U.. In- Sam when Uie two loconSnvet dependence) *aid "1 don't think SSTcd Kjethcr rmminTTS TMJ' ^^H^'.he'^lf rinttrrv. t u r n II P llie classification 01 the paCK- The other two dead were -i a » e salc store - Thc 1943 resolu - Ne-rJ bo md ° \"ro woman tio " was "Bended for places where r .\e e ro DO ana a AC O IO woman. ^^ was consumed on the opcn premises." Chairman Vinyard concurred to both as yet unidcntitied, passengers in the first coach behind the baggage car of the California!!. . , ,. . . - , ., ' The crash occurred at a b o u t ' W l t h . hls °P»» on . and said -- . . n ,-..«. · _ . _ l v / \ n · I / i c * 3 'a. m. (EST) as the 7-car Cali- fprnian left the Little Rock station headed for Los Angeles. The passenger train originated in Memphis, Tenn. The freight, also a Rock Island lines train, was No. 994 eastbound from California to Memphis. Railway officials had no immediate comment on the cause of the wreck, but apparently the engineers of both trains failed tc set the lights of the other .trains as they rounded the bend. Both engines were badly damaged as the plowed into each other head on. The baggage car of the Ronalds: "Then, I suppose, the only thing ^ wrong is that we need to classify the package liquor store by a resolution. Our 1943 resolution was intended to keep out the opcn tavern, and if we charge these people at -Texas City $3,000, it might turn out to be an open tavern. We don't want the opcn tavern." V * GOOD OLD LOOK. Good news! And Tom Maxwell (D.. Eldo- Reports from winter beaches indi- rado) commented: '·Nobody wants any kind of a liquor store." those meddling New Look fashion designers haven't messed passenger train, immediately be-' said that - according to the law. bind the locomotive, and the first!this was.correct. passenger car telescoped together, No Co p' or Resolution hut no cars left the rails. At this point \inyard said that Carncr pointed out that the . around with bathing suits. Wit- board could not stop the sale of liquor, on or off the premises, if the S3.000 were paid, and Ronalds About Town And Country (Continued from Pcge One) ness Martha Stewart, above, dallying fetchmgly on y. Hollywood. Calif., beach. The skirl of her two-piece swim suit is the same. brief length. Utken before the grand jury." Doc -- my wife is suf- SALES AND SERVICE FOR | L A Electrolux cleaners. John Hodge, Tel. 922R. 'ceHcnl condition, Ford St.. S8500.j r ««"'. " oc -- m v wiie is sui| . __ ' . ,-, , j Ifering from a typographical error , 109-tf H lJtllllg 11 Ulll il ivpugldp IlILdl C1IUI j--instead of carrots, the Register 'Want Ad said eat four parrots W R E C K E R SERVICE DAY :f. ecl ^ c phone 69, ntte phone 214R. Saline d!0 bh °P' A 'NEV/ PHILCO BATTERY AND 165-3 ,,, Service.' 1 " Chevrolet S a l e s ' 5 - R O O M FULLY MODERN HOME MEN -- BOOKKEEPER OR AC- dailv:" (5a) Help Wanted 127-tf (2A) Bus. Opportunities on South Ledford, 86,000.00. !L A Z I C H FOR PRIVATE banquets phone The Country Club. PARTIES OR i COMPLETE LINE OF DU PONT County 54F11. Quality Paints. National Paint 103-tf i and \\ allpaper Co. 103-tf (3) For Rent LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL- paper Southern ""Illinois. Na _ _____ 120:ACRE FARM, 2 MILES OUT. | tional Paint aad Wall P a P cr G O. 1-3 .grain rent. E. E. Ledford,. _ 101 l-2-N._ -Vine. _ 167-1 ^-ROOM SEMI-MODERN HOME, countant with supervisory ability from retail establishment. Write Box K-15, in care of The Daily Register. 167-Registration Representative The Louisville Radio School has an opening for a representative in this community; full or part time name "Smith" is listed 45 times. '·Johnson'' is next, 36 times, there are 33 "Browns," 33 "Williams" and 30 "Jones." C- -? "^ PROGRESS DEPT.: I notice in tiie Eldorado Daily Journal that Dr. Lee Pearce, owner ol the Pearce hospital in Eldorado, has notified the Eldorado high school board of education that he will deed a five-acre site to the school foi an athletic field site. The field is situated at the north end of Organ street and is between Fourth street and the L . N railroad tracks (us kids used to dig "coal mines" in that field when I was growing up many, many years ago). The ground has a gentle slope, the paper points out and sa\s: "On the side of the hill, an amphitheatre could be constructed with only a small amount of grading or excavating being done. The athletic field would be con- Ronalds had not given Barrett a l l j There \\ere several assents to the facts concerning the 1943 res-i this suggestion, olution when he wrote for an May Prepare Resolution opinion and asked Ronalds to write I Following more detailed discus- for a further opinion setting forth nun Carner made his :nu!i:):i t h a i the features of the 1943 resolu- the liquor commissioner ' tion. Ronalds replied: 01 BERLIN. Jan l. r ~ «'«:- union leaders in the R u h r today threatened a genera! sink 4000,000 men in pn.test a food .shortages and British M sought to place the blame lor the threat upon a com'inmi«' plot to ruin the Marshall pl.tti. The BritiMi said thoi' agent h;ui started a manluin! throtii,h out the Ruhr in search ot know a communist leaders believed to tv linked with a mysteriou- docu mcnt called "Protocol ;v'"--!-aK' by the British to in- a communist sl'rike plan dosigned to p.irnly/t.' the rich industries el the i a i m . Frankfurt report 1 ' said I', s. Army forces had been aierietl ti. meet tiie threat of a German r.ul strike in the western /om-s. Despite British ei forts to p!::ce blame for then ciifficuitio.- or the alleged communist document. it became apparent that :i major crisis uas in the makiny 1:1 Biitish zone. Burgomaster-, of i'H impo"t Ruhr towns and inembeis of north Rhine Mate met \\ilh tish. officials in Duss-ekioi'i t» pre sent Uiree demands. These i't ficials, almost 100 per ten' comniunist and .·iiiti-coiiimi h;i\e threatened to n.-.triiH \\orkers in the Ruhr to \\:l j Newton Residential Area Threatened by Gasoline Truck Fire N'KWTON. 111., Jan. 15--U.1!»-- A large gasoline transport truck caught liro in the residential dis- tnct here today and threatenoiL (or .several hours to throw flanTM |in ( 4 fuel over the entire section j before firemen from Newton and i Oblong brought the flames under toiitrol. The truck and trailer, which carried 7,600 gallons of gasoline, |C.umhl fire shortly after loading j .it the- railroad dock here. The I driver escaped without injury, but , minor explosions of the truck tires kept residents anxious and fearful that the gasoline would plodc. j The trailer and truck chassis, ' owned by (he Rich-Law Service i Co., a Farm Bureau affiliate, were 1 reduced to molten metal. Authori- |tie could give no cause for the 1 b!a/.e. Volume of Black 1'eppcr The average American uics \\\ 0 ounces of b!nck pepper n v»ar. the t:., Bn- ;t»n- all out if the demands a»'c not met. \} The Soviet-licensed press in Berlin took up cudgels in support of the Ruhr food demands. The Cerlinct'r Xeilung said that "the hunger crisis in the west i^ Icadinii to more restrictive mea- Mcios. Tho Hamburg food minis- 'r announced that the monthly ration has been cu'Vrom 150 · r;jm» to 50 gran 1 .;. Improvement the food situation is impose bciore Ma;.." - ·n 'I haven't got a copy of the 1043 resolution." be s-lrm-ju to collect the $.5.000 foe in the 1343 resolution until a new resolution could be adopted clan- Questioning by board members j fymji the matter. lie received of Earl Wood, depuiv county clerk, a second from S. E. Pemberton biought forth thib replv: , iR, Eldorado. but withdrew his "The resolution is not in the j n-otion when feared t'lis records It was completely torn ;:ct v.ould throw the single p'ace cut by somebody." j in h:s township into the open From tiie reaction lo the .state- j :-aii,o» category, n.ent, apparently most board moiv.-i Kor.a'.ds tokl the loar! that if burs had learned of the disappear- he could gel the concensus of arsc-e ot the resolution previously, and Carner stated: "I think this nv.ttcr should b^ the board on the matter, he would ha.'e a proper resolution prepared ior the next meeting. NO. 5 i Gaskins City. S3800. ... FURNISHED APART-)L A Z I raent. ' 733 Longley, Dorrisville. | Tel. 849R2. 166-21 ~ C details, giving vour experience. ·LOUISVILLE" RADIO SCHOOL 413 West-Jefferson-,Street, Louisville, Kentucky. *165-- Write for l n i e n t to the downtown section he *y and the plot s la ge H 3 GIRLS (18-23) NEAT APPEAR- j ance. to handle publishers con- i tracts, no experience necessary. 1'ROOM EFFICIENCY OR SLEEP-' Cecil w athen. Rt. 1, Equality HOUSE IN EQUALITY. Free to travel California. New · - - - " ^K»-- - ing room. Pickford Flower Shop. SJEp 0 -" 162-tf ^ (4) For Sale **3t5EX% ·* ' L | * ' ' - -- -- ^^^^---n -. - _ . -_ · --" ' " RUMMAGE SALE AT 100 W ; COL- · * 164-4 MODERX STREAmiNE STORE 'shelving counters and fixtures. I Write or call Tarter Fixture Co.. ·Zeigler. Pho. S6R3. York. Florida, and New England resorts. Transportation furnished. Permanent position and good future. Salary, commission, and bonuses. Average earnings S55 weeklv. See B. Williams from enough to contain a parking lot. Being only two blocks away from the high -school, football teams cuuld walk to the playing field." i *166-6 j 4 to 6 p. m., Horning Hotel.^ Ap- lege, from 2 p. m. Thursday. Fur · BALED RED-TOP HAY. HAROLD coat, suits, dresses etc. 166-2 Fort, one mile west Carrier Mills. -77T-- : : ' "167-3 GOOD LUMP COAL, $6 TON DE- liyefed. Tel. 1168W2. 142-tf , 3-ROOM HOUSE, GASKINS CITY. -r : rr : .Price S2850. COFFEE MILL. 6 SELF-SERVICE j A -r carts, radio, 6-ft. aisle display table, j L_ / \ Z_ swivel desk chair. Open till 9 I C H every night Golish Delicatessen. TIIE FOLLOWING GOOD CLEAN 166-2 | reconditioned Crevrolet cars and tmcks: "42 · Chev. 1-2 ton pick-up BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS. COL- trHcfc x6"ch«C M ton . umnar^pads. .ledger sheets, filing , » 46 chev . 2 -lon truck, '41 Chev. equipment, filing cases, indexes. lown scdall- 40 chcv . town sedail; index cards. 22 S. Vine ds. Harrisburg Printers..-40 chev. 4Kloor sedan, '39 Chev. me St. Phone Ii80\\. coupe. '38 Chev. 4-door, '37 Chev. IbS-li. 9-door. O'Kecfe Motor Co., Car~"~ rier Mills. 5-ROOM SEMI-MODERN, FULL basement on Raymond. SS500.00. | it^tj CHEVRCLET. I A ~7 J C\ LJ ; licgg. Pankeyviile. 165- T H 0 M A S * 167-3 ;5-KOO.»I HO3IE: UUILT-OK GA- ply in person. 166-3 NIGHT WAITRESS. APPLY mornings in person. Margaret's Cafe. 166-tf (6) Employment Wanted LICENSED BEAUTY"" OPER Ator wants emplovment. Phone 1281R1. " 166-2 U. f. Extension Course in Music at Camp Next Summer DU QUOIN. 111-. Jan. 15--uE-- A credit course in music methods of Illinois Extension Service at the ss\enth annual Egyptian Musi-: Camp here next summer, it was announced today by A. T. Atwood, camp 'director. High school graduates who complete the 14-week course under a University of Illinois instructor will receive two semester hours' credit. The camp will be held from June 14 to Juiy 10 at the Du Quoin state fairgrounds. (7) Lost MARKETS WHITE AND BLACK SPOTTED bird dog. Finder please notify M. R. Williams. 308 E. Raymond. 167-2 (8) Found '41 PLYMOUTH SEDAN AT AX- '· rage. East Daton. S6750. derson-s Gulf Service Station. U. I A ~7 «-- r\ Z-- LADY'S GLOVE FOR RIGHT hand, black leather and cloth. Inquire Daily Register Office. 167-2 S. Rts. 13 45. S750. A bargain at '-165-3 U j(9) Miscellaneous f l _ . 4-ROO.M MODERN HOUSE. 3 1(10) Instruction PERMANENTS. .OIL MACHINE-'Mock* of square. S3.000 buys 11.-*, , less $4 complete. Lou's -Beauty J-room sei^i-modern v.ith 2 lots.j \ffflfit Shop. 1230 S. Granger, Tel. 725R_. r ,« South Lard. Has toiict and «JHvvl 165-5 ii^;h. hot ,i:u? cold water, close! i U; I]i-'h rchool. and it's a good. DYED CONEY FUR COAT. PKAC- , pi-a h c ,-, i;sC v.Ml trade- for'coodi tically new. size 14: new wedding f;, r . tr;:ck. trsclos. cattle, hogs.i and engagement ring set. 221 W. '{j. ;m ()r othei iironerl\. ' Lincoln. 165-3 R-room semi-nwdcrn house. 4 j ;f town, fixed for 2 fami-i LIVESTOCK ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Jan. 15--£E--(USDA)-- Livestock: Hogs 10,500: salable 8.500: fairly active, mostly 25 to 50c higher than Wednesday's average: closing . 25c higher: sows, mostly 25c higher Bulk good and choice 180 to 240 Ibs.. S28.25 to $28.50: top, S28.50: most 250 to 300 Ibs.. S28 j to S28.25: 310 to 350 Ibs.. S27.50 j to $28: odd head below: 160 to 170 Ibs.. $27.50 to $28.25: 130 to 150 i !lbs.. $24.75 to $27; few. $27.25: 100 | - _ _ ~ nn -~ to 524.25: ,, frias,SERVICE' ^~N! wwcti ujwfi-1 BETTER WHEEL SERVICE AT LOWER COST BY. DYAMETRfiC V/HSEL BALANCER Precision balancing:, using: only 2 weights to each wheel. Perfect balance guaranteed al all speeds or :«io cost io you. MAKE YOUR TIRES LAST TWICE AS LONG PY HAVING YOUR WHEELS BALANCED! © Doubles Life of Tires © Eliminates Wheel Shimmy © Stops Excessive Vibration © Prevents Cosily Repairs Per Wheel Cl AA Plus \Vcights . . - *P§o^V You save on the weights. Other methods of wheel hn.laneinjj usually call for many more weights. Nash Sales ami Service 432 \V. Poolar St. Tel. 119R 8 f\ . ; IJ ·,, i Good 250 ib 430 Ib. sows. $25 to i|||| III IrlHin '«:9^^n- nvor 450 Ibs ^425 to VUI III IMOIII .2o.oO. S ' ' A | I)«lArfinA ^- QUALITY CLOTHING FOR EV- H.v. IY iCC d at S2.650. I $24.75. Stags. $17.50 to $21. Cattle 3.500: salable 2.500: calves. 800: all salable: market steady on all classes under light receipts JERUSALEM. Jan. 15.--'U.R)-- these including about 40 per cent cry member of the family reduced to rummage sale prices beginning ire:;;. Saturday at the Curiosity Shop. MJuini 166-3 wr 1 rouse with S-ROOM FULLY MODERN 3 room apartment. Price SO.OOO. Z I C ^ L A ( .. , j Street fighting broke out today in i cows A few medium to «ood ., ' u " l)asc ": downtowTi Haifa, the main port of j steers. $23.75 to $29; medium to IP lxrr;.svii!c. close t« | Palestine which suddenly battened) good heifers and mixed earlings. crurcr ;jv( s.ore.s. · j ow n against a threatened storm!$20 to $26.50: good cows. $20 to ' "^1 l^l^^llll i of violence. iSCS: common and medium beef r.7"rT."T~;7-~,-y j\\-H)SC\ · Authorities closed the port gates j cows. $17 to $19.50: canners and l:oh | I \ftf c a l l Ll'Iorrdo 1K5 KVMMAC.r.. ALL j j of Hjjjfa aft?r a nijihl nnd jnoming cunc,^ mos Hy $14 to $16.50: a j Vr-,lof communal strife and Jension. few shells below. $14: K ood beef j T A r b s and Jews stayed close to or hulls Jo $22: sausage bulls d o \ n - 1 NORGE R E F R I G E H A T O r. S: hrM-priced al tlic Curiosity Blacksionc washers: boys" and b c - i r m n s Saturday. girls* 20 and 24-inch bikes, immed iate delivery-. Uzzlc pliances. Tel. 69R-3 i r\T«ivr'I inside their homes. Public services j ward from $21: good and choice' IA "" IA jwcrc .suspended. i Dealers. S24 to $31: common a n d ' I Sporadic f i r i n g was heard i medium, $15 to $24. ·throughout the night. Thc 70.000\ Sheep 1.200: all _salahje: three AND ,, . Venice on all AITLIANC niakcs. "Williams Appliance Co.. reprir, -si3.000. 615 E. Poplar. FhO. 114SW. 333-ti ]_ j\ 2. 1 C Process of Pistcorization A process named for Louis Pas- Two Jews were killed and KV- der receipts entirely woolcd lambs. ·" \N1 r \I)IO crai " crc injurcn wnen inc irounic i · ' " ' *' j spread to Kingsway street in the ' Chicago Produce H commercial center of Haifa. On j Poultry: 12 trucks: lirm: hens j the same street an Arab uas killed '32: fryers 4042: broilers S3 to 37: land six others were wounded s,ra\e- 'old roosters 18. ^;' ly when a bus u-as attacked. w ' Butter: 258.813 Ibs. hrm: JK) shopkccp- *corcM 12- SO detrees or lower to destroy any 1)arns . ^hcr i,ldc., clo^e !o .school «» }*** or unloaded. Neither ^0: dirties 08: cheeks harmfal bacteria that may be prcs- ' r . r( ] church, on St. hishway. 5-rm., Jc*sh nor Arab stevedores showed eat Vrittout affecting flavor and food ( hr.jtc. lights. 5 Jo 7 .-icres land. ] "P for work on tnc w valoe. Another method raises the t o-..o fruit, all-west her road. 1-2; ~T* temperature of mOk quickly to at 'm . from corp. limits. 4-rm. ».ousc, J Money for . i«»it *«vA»rr^* v-r oni loss than 15 .1'g' 1 '--- large g:.rac;c. on Rt. 45,; J^S^SSTlTS^Soi. i«Tulh. S2.000. E. F, Ledford. U,an 2% mHlion dollars dai,y for , me Pcrsistem Investor : George Weslinghousc. famed in. j vcnt w. invented, p^icntcd and sold The American public spends more lo ftc P ublic a new dov:o c on an average of ono cvco six v. ccks da' ^ ing a period of 48 years. 1G7-1 newspapers lismarki , 40c Tr-ramcl Fia\or» lyrnovars, each V "·s-« /_ sT.« k '/./U/1 //f/::l / W : k\ Mode By CANNON" Barker Ra!ls ? doz. . 24c Pean Sweel Soils, each (Charv. (ecoanul Ms . . . 35c Id Style R?s y k Cherry C?ke . 50c Mr.c Since Fuli Size . . . Heavy Weight . . . Long Double Loop Thirsty Fibres... Beautiful Assortment of Pastel Colors ... TO MATCH s 27 Mode of fine, soft, obsorbcnf diopcr cloth, neatly hemmed. Buy now at this extremely Jov price.

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