The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 16, 1948 · Page 4
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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^TT* ·tV*jT/tf«» ' '.* :'^w^*"Tl-'^:."-^'. 1 ~" Ffjn,,. i" ,,, f*.,*. , r ««TMu~ ·»»*' - »/·»· "-«*··!·« i-- - \ , ·" 'i' fag:" il'ttiiid :*"' hv/'.r.'o \T, i 1 _ ·" " _ . ^ ! n n n i r r i -- * - v ^.",i SOS- CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Social Discount for Cash-with-Ordcr ' Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines Notices MOVING, LONG OK SHORT'Dis- tance Also, coal hauling, No. 5 ve"J 9 'luinp and stoker coal oil treated Kane's Moving and Hauling Service. Pho. 299R or 884R. buy. 164-tf (2) Business Services (4) For Solo (Continued) I (4) For Sole ilioOiM SEMI-MODERN. GOOD , 1939 CHEVROLET. L A Z I C H ' Garage. HED BALL '168-2 | COAL, COKE, AND KINDLING. ·Call City Coal Yard, lei. 55R1. RUMMAGE CLEARANCE SALE, beginning Saturday, Jan. I / , a t . . WELDING - SERVICE, ire and acetylene: just J T U i m w i v , m- """ · _ _ _ ,, rSll f p l fovsTfo^i^Vfea^efe OlV kJJLAW *.»·*· hauling. No. oy business. O R . Buford Cit Hall Bldg., ML Vernon, HI. 132-tf 5-ROOM SEMI-MODERN 163'RUMMAGE SALE. LADIES 1663 'clothing, sizes 9 to 13. child s Gaskins City L A Z 6-RM. empty. C cioinui£, s»i«.» * «··" . .·. . clothing, small sizes, high chair, child's car scat, man's top coat and jacket, misc. items. 212 AN. Locust. l 68 ' 1 once. Estate TO . RENT 5 OR . 166-2 business man. Pho. 2 SEE ORVAL SALES" AND SERVICE FOR Electrolux cleaners. John Hodge, Tel. 922R. lua ' u W R E C K E R SERVICE DAY phone-69;-nite-phone-214R. Saline Xff t Po «"~'i.~"»"»'i°* Saloc and Service." " L CALL 430-E-Z CAB-FOE DE- pendable 24-hour service. 167-tf SEMITE i,uisiuwvAiy« ,?» "vice. See K. Dunn, Saline Motor GOOD FEED OATS. Creek Produce. 132-tf e . "Chevrolet Sales and OIL STOVES REPAIRED. ALL work guaranteed. Lon Partam Dorris Heights, phone 1062R. -Ib8-^ (2A) Bus. Opportunities APPLY YOUR SPARE TIME TO-j 5c Candy Bar Machine dispensing Hersheys and, other will known candy. Excellent profits. Cash investment required, $345. Give phone number ·ami[address. Will call in person. Write Box NJN, in care of The Daily Register. lbK FOR PRIVATE PARTIES OR banquets jphone County 54F11. The Country Club. 103-tf WASSON COAL AND STOKER Sctaon ice Coal Tel. 256. 132-tf i RIDER TO PHOENIX, ARIZ., leaving Sun. night. Pho Louie G. Gaskins, 796R. 166-3 EXPERIENCED GRILL COOK. Call in person at Jack's Drive-In, 521 W. Poplar. . 168-2 TO RENT OR LEASE, SMALL farm in Saline county. Cash rent. Write Box YY, care Daily Register. *lbU-lU SIU Semester Extension Courses Will Start Jan. 26 CAK1SONPALK. ML. J!». 1( - .sc-im-Mi'i- extension tM-on M-l UP by Automatic electronic instrument*, a-ilomc-tt-rs. accurately unil eoiitln- sly measure the distance from Ut'V*** 1 / * I I X "*'"" ~ , ground to clouds. nldmjj planes In Tailor Younir Glrli Girls, arc likely to be taller than boys between 11 und 13 ycnrs because they «aln InMielKht lit on nc- cclerated rate from 0 to 12, while the boys do BO from^ 11 to 14. iiUtV t was announced .today by RaynVoml II. l)ey. extension d, rector. The program .· i(«li»villc. C'armi. --. Christopher, Kast St. Louis L - w-iro.svnle. llarrisbuni. l l e i i i n . M-»rion 'pinckneyville. Ml. Vernon, Sparta and Shawneetown, The Daily Register. 20o a week, j by carrier boy- ECIAL n0 ME SUGAR 168-4 (5a) Help Wanted for the poster. HKKK1N rKAHUi: POST NO. 643 I'KESENTS 2nd Annual Legion Gloves Amateur BP^ ^Vr ** ^^ -TOURNAMENT January 19. 2 0 ' . Finals Jan. 2b ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE at DRUG STOKE aicSpadden Brothers Rollerdrome HERK1N. ILLINOIS Chen-Yu and Peggy Sage NAIL POLISHES Values of 60c and $1.00 Specially Priced FOR 25c ·s Soiled Packages KAGGS PHARMACY 'YOUNG WOMAN. SINGLE. OVER 18. under 30. high school grad-, uate. some college preferred, S170 month salary to start, chance for i advancement. Apply in person to iMrs. Hanson, personnel director., Horning Hotel, immediately. No · phone calls. * 168-2 "I've been talking to myself for a half hour -- why didn't you tell sale 3 GIRLS (18-23) NEAT APPEAR- ance. to handle publishers con- facts, no experience necessary- Free to travel California. New; (York. Florida, and New England 'resorts. Transportation turmshed. | Permanent position and good fu-, ture Salary, commission, and l bonuses. Average earnings S65 weekly. See B. Williams from 4 to 6" p. m.. Horning Hotel. Ap- . * _ . _ O1 KK_X ays Vitamin svejMay Promote Tooth Decay (4) For Sale COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES. 2 Wj,ck females. Call Mrs. Mary Gladson, pho. 185M. Eldorado. By United Press whipped a new cold ply in person. -166-3 iCO 1 NIGHT WAITRESS. APPLY mornings in person. Margaret's Cafe. 166 - tf oil supplies M. ·· = . . dropped to the danger point in many shivering communities . Industrial shutdowns were re- A i · ,, \_...^.»nl ^iitiAc Hctnonn^Tli- I CHICAGO (U.E--A Northwestern University chemist says that vitamin B may promote tooth decay. Dr. Leonard S. Fosdick, in a| paper presented to the American, Association for the Advancement ' Science, said that may explain ---"-- : -" from pella- . _ SEMI-MODERN HOMt. i newly painted, new roof, corner _--, · j p(_\Viv UtiiUlt-».L, l l t v v L\J\JL, s,v-».~.. BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS, COL-j loL 50 "x 200 ft.. S3500. Haupt- umnar pads, ledger sheets, filing mann Real Estate, 323 \\. Churcn equipment, filing cases, indexes, lba " , ;» -- -filing cases, indexes, index cards. Harrisburg Printers. 22 S. Vine St. isburg Printers, i __ -- - -Phone 1180W. ! CALENDAR REFILLS AND NEW - · - many sniveling. ^ ~ - hv p ersons suffering irom pmid- Industrial shutdowns were re-1 ra - are immune t o dental decay, j ported in Several cities dependent I * algo cxplainS| he said, why on natural gas. At Toledo. O- j , iatives o£ po *st-war Italy have lit- major industries were forced to h decav Surveys have mdi- , x ; _ _ _ TM .il-tsv*^ Tr»mT* HOT- 1 ^ TM i *^ i Y ^ ^ » f i _ (6) Employment Wonted decay Surveys have mdi- cate( j a » C neral vitamin B defi- PAPER H A N G I N G . FRANK Dond, 516 W. Lincoln, tel. 1208\\ 1. 159-- B-FLAT - TENOR Pho. 1027R. SAXAPHON2- j 168-2 . CALENDAR 166-tf · calendar pads. Harrisburg Print- { · - ie'-s. 22 S. Vine St. Phone 1180W. i n^~z- v ' 1KK.1^ (8) Found LADY'S GLOVE FOR RIGHT -~ ·· -- -- I |Sr ' _ · ^j*»»* *^ ·* ·* i*----^ -- -.j Pho. 102 R. _ - B U C K E Y E COAL BROODES.J- - -- ~ - -PERMANENTS OIL MACHINE- complete with pipes; used 2 mo/.} (9) Miscellaneous le?s $4 complete. Lou's Beauty price d reasonably. 724 \V. Parish - - Ship, 1230 S Granger, Tel. 725R. k or tel. 996R. ' t LiAUi o (jj-iwu . ~*- -- At \Va«nl 5 hand, black leather and cloth in-, - - m w i l w _ ! quire Daily Register Office. 1 6 - 2 |i5per cent reduction in the use " ! i of fuels, including oil and natural IllcljUjL iliuujn *^o ...-»« - - - - - - reduce operations when their natural gas supplies were curtailed c j evn cy "among Italians. 90 per cent. Fosdick said no lactic acid forms The curtailment was ordered be-, iR t h e mouth if there is no niacia cause of the need for more gas to Frese nt: Niacin is a member of the heat homes. Commercial users, vitamin B complex family, such as hotels, bakeries, night j other important factors in tooth clubs and stores were faced with decay Fosdick said, are ferment- the possibility of a complete gas a bi e -sugar in the met and the cut-off if the temperature drops to ?n iount of saliva flow of the inm- zero today as predicted. vidual. .^ it-_^u:««*^,« ·co/'rotarv of in- j^ about 90 per cent of all cases. he said fermentable sugars are necessary for acid production in At Washington. -Secretary of , rior J. A. Krug warned that LINE OF DU PON1 | National Paint 103-U (10) Instruction NKUI AND TRAP SHOOTING _, ISday 1 p. m. Coy C. Elam. *168-2 and Wallpaper Co. OTIATITY CLOTHING FOR EV-: DELICIOUS BARBECUED RIBS, ^member of the family reduced; Take them home by the pound, to rummage sale prices beginning jack's Drive-In, o21 \\. p °P lar / « _ . a ,,* *U«. PiirinCltv SHOD. J . D O -- OI lUclS. iiiv.iw***«t3 " «..-- V" gas is the only measure which can prevent hardship this winter. He said it was up to consumers to make the saving. Meanwhile, the most severe cold JLJ 4^ i^ -^s *i *- -- -rf- -START NOW ON YOUR CA- reer in Radio and Electronics. Write today for information on how you can prepare for a real iu- the mouth "If we assume all other variables are constant, then the mere fact 1 that the Eskimo, the inhabitants ol war-torn Europe, and the starving people of India have little or r r . . 1 _ _ . _ :« *V«n M e a n w e , t e m peop i e 0 n i a a v e wave of the winter swept down lfermentab i e sugar in the diet a£ter forcm g schools l d ejtplain their appareut re-, cjose ^ disrupting bus . air . ^ caries ;- Fosd i ck S a,d.j - n Minnesot a - i lain wh, when; IO ruiuuiagc o"-- r*-;~~~ ~-°-- Saturday at the Curiosity Shop. ^i LARGEST S T O C K . » B W ALL- TORN DEERE MODEL D FARM! paper in Southern Illinois. Na-' tractor good condition, with Mo-jtioaal Paint aod \\allpaper Ca riel No 5 trailer mower. 7-i~ j aei IN". ^ Call T _ u _ r,,.. _ "school approved for G. I. Train- ever lO ClOSc anu ui^iufni'o v -- -line and rail traffic in Minnesota and the Dakotas. At least 10 persons died ing. -\C lv,U.*5L A V ^w* ^w**-- \VJllLC IllCti* ·- v*l«iU« fc«*^, T ... -- .- _ - i JWI at ,t,L '^' t - n ~ a ovprvithroughout thc nation in fires from rarnpa nt caries, and why the canes New classes starting e\er loverh ^ ?ted s t oves . an d at least two p - *- r «,»· a rm*H RADIO SCHOOL Street. Kentucky. o v e r e a e , more, including a 60-year-old man ... i * i _ _ T\ (** fve\ifi 1 f\ D. C.. froze to iantK iu v«"ito. *· w------ "It would also explain why, when ( caries-free Eskimos assume thei v.-hite man's diet, they may develop | rampant caries, and why the caries { activitv of members of our armed forces'who spent time m Japanese prison camps decreased maten- il^.-.«:.-.r-.-" : -.-?Tr:.-. : ::.=; ; .Vi::.. Jack's 168-2 !°'tel 91 Marion.JDELICIOUS HOMADE CHILI. T11 " " «168-2! we have plenty of containers: take "*· --jit home by the quart. Jacks FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTH- i privc-In. 521 W. Poplar. er.washer parts jgrvjc^on^ STREA MLINE\STORE PoplarPho. H46W. 123-tf shelving counters and fixtures. rop Write or call Tarter Fixture Co.. Zeiglcr. Pho. 96R3. * 166-6 About And (Continued from One)^ SHRDL-xETAOETAOETA EES S " p os dkk said persons witli a copi-j The cold wave already had _ flow O f stimulated saliva are _ . *-^ _ _ _ * T _!__.** V**«J ·*· . . « . _ J__».-,l rt/»r«nV ! 5-ROOM SEMI-MODERN, FULL basement ' on Raymond, SSoOO.OO. L A Z 1 C H Beauty Shop, tel. 433. ! CHEX .YU SPECIAL PEGGY SAGE SS t:ce here, associated with Atty. L. M. Hancock. ^tiL/l-»-.VA.'X»i*-'l-. A.k'VA^ ^. * * -The cold wave already had i reached the western Great Lakes ;area. and the temperature in Chi- 'cago tonight was expected to drop to 5 to 10 degrees below. U. S. weather forecasters said thc cold air mass would move southeast- wardward tomorrow, eventually reaching all the way to Florida L. M. HancocK. reaching all the way to m Hube Summers. 63, Eldorado.. whcrc thc c i lrus crop already was killed at Dering mine and Ar-1 endangered by cold, thur G. Moore, 66. Bankston died j . __ ,oij?iuriet^^S^L^S£SlWerrin Man Dies for taking i Of Auto Injuries oirl I ^·^ \ - «- w », W nv Mirkct has a store f u l l of Featured Grocery Items, and plenty $"*£? *£* S "£·* t" « "«-·· M '« lhe «""*' shoppins slorc '" Har " risburi?. i BALED RED-TOP HA\. HAROLD I t McKin i c y scnool. rcc iFort one mile west Carrier Mills, j .,,. okcjl i cg when hit by *J67-3 1r ,, r i- ftn south Granger L'iOKVJl it« ».».».». --" -truck on South Granger street. Wilmer "Bill" Watson was bad- HERRIN. HI., Jan. 1C--(t".ni-- n inquest was scheduled tonight a coal, into the death of Klec' Clifton --~ j _ . -- -- Wilmer uiu «auu» ««^ ·--- k A A f 1^ C^TC ! SPECIAL iv beaten about thc head and face MARKETS isfgs-^aJSS'^ ·Bapa^'sS'S -- ~ isi.OO specially priced for only 2oc.^j. au i t to murder. nvFSTOCK ISkaggs Pharmacy. 168-11 Harr . g. uoyd resigned as \cl- Mjt. w jc*«j * ** x/»» , - _.._ - --- - -- * ^··Minici fit i v*f* contsct. 1*0" Pierce, 44. who died at IK-rrin hospital today of injuries suffer- cu \\htn he wab struck by o he aligh OUS HOW Ui Sll.l.uio^v. - - " J | less susceptible to dental deca., while those with'no saliva invan-j abiv have poor teeth. "In this regard, it is intcresting| »o speculate on the effect of pro-j longed nervous tension or emotion-1 al disturbance on the flow oi, r'SJ5^"!i."5SS'2S l K7^a ra rS.TU c S "u"«csted that, during times of stress, caries activity increases. Set License Fee for Package Liquor Stores (Continued from page one) 1 S\i« . . . . Ib. 29c .P DA8LY . . . loof 13c rettes, all popular brands dn $1.69 ilOQNA l£ 29c suffered cuts and a com- L1VESTOCK . ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK-, CHEVRCLE T. YARDS, Jan. 16--U!'-- (USDA) i |-o,, pankcvvillc . -Livestock: T H O M A S 167-3 t i · i i C t Hog^ 13,500; salable 12,500: mar-1|g. ROOM MODERN HOME. SOUTH ket 50C to 75c lower than ]J««: 1 Lcdford. j--·_ _..,,.-«.£ Snxvs. ^Oc lower.i . . ---r i r* \ i o g s , ; , ket 50C to 75c lower than ]J««r 1 Ledford. day's average. Soxvs. oOc l^er , Bulk of «ood and choice i80 to, I ^70 Ibs., S27.75-S28: top S28, mostly n'. fracture. The driver 0«*». Ho, pre of stmav.w here. b. O. oi thc CIPS was transferred 10 Canton. 111., and William J. hop- kins Marion, native of Hamsbur-. was moved here as manager. Tops District as Insurance Agent Ul*Vt j » » - » - - -- tr same, the tavern by dealers. In Immediate Effect . . · . _ _ _ -- . m f ^ f i ' ler White Pototoes, Ib. 3c N f Sliced, Leon . . . . . Ib. 69c _ , _. . . was moved here / j C j--J I Supervisor Roy Olson 01 thci |^ ol ,i s McDowell, agent io z -- !=hawne« Forest announced t»at. sour j insurance company it ^T-'tht- forest's timber ^les for tr,e| r j sl , ur g has rcceive! a let ON ,Jf,inl vcar totalled S3a.846 withi commcn( j alion fro m C. R. mme Jones then moved that a rcsolu- Uon be adopted to amend tne 19-,3 resolution of liquor control. seUing ' Sc "cense fee at S5.000 for retail i 2fe of alcoholic beverages where Ithcv were to be consumed off or - .d fl t Sl.:00 ior . 29c 4 r»r»\* \vore »v */** x.^«*«**-···---- -Olson oi the', Loi]is McDowell, agent for M i s - ' t h e premises ^.d fl t S1.500 for ' - - ' in Har- rctail sales in onginalpacKa.cs , RED 61 HARLEY-DAVIDSU.N . -- ---;- ·rcyclc. Sec Bob liarrwopd i ^^ 1]Vth ;ter of - . $27^827^0: 160 to 170 Cattle: 1,800: salable calves: 600. all salable: generally steady in clean Odd lots medium to ? slcer and heifer j and medium bcei canncrs and cu«ers. \\itih a few shells dium to good sa I' odd head beef ~-- - , and choice vcalers SI hi^ht $25^32; common ind me Ulti^fV* *'w-^-- ' J i J i U U l ^ , »»**^ » S » N . N - » - - - - -- - ,'mca. ^*. stalled S3a.846 withi commcn( j alion f ro m C. R. Gullcy. ^ ib^ i n:o;orcycic. o-v -- '-^^oioMC-foin-th thc amount being givcm-^j^^ vice-president of the com'?V!or call'Eldorado !!··". l b / " ~ h / the counties where thc timber, p n r v , n forminc him that his rcc- -_?ri'i -- ! " .... ord'for 1M7 hn placet! him on is, hauled from -top" in thc Poplar Bluff District. W v 10 mine. His photo will appear in thc "Spot- ,miui.'s"l3-monthsold white h^ht" macazmc this month. Horn steer was named 2nmn --_ ---- i -lunu.i i Rout}, Arkansas State bul a ^Vn^Tc-'Cage Team, Visits Here i wild caused the cMitoir.enl The by \otcrs. ... ,,nrker, 42. Eldoraoo. died i.-'.lor a fall while lc\eimc po::.5.- cs onlv and not to be consumed on immediately. no dissent on this goes into effect ?rccn caused lhe s Township -,.,,, hich school and now r.n as- co.ich .^t Arkansa*. Stale. !'f.v."horo. v-a m Harnsburc to- tiny \\slh i!-:cmbcrs of lhe Arkan- 14 Tilr.^er. arc on route to \-l!e Kv for a iwkelbail' County ' ' " ' Tl.e\ bad i the Chicago Produce . Poultry: 11 trucks; steady: v.o] 3 . KM HOUSE NEAR tricc change. ; school. S2.000. Call 430. Butter: 331.264 It*: nervous 90 j ^_ O^ * V*V^.\i^ '^^* » v - ·· ^^"14,678 cas«: steady: cx-\W. 0'Gara. tel. *** 1: 47; ^^ S l 2a nd ; i- a 4243:iRADIO-PHONOGRAPH i*^ S*4?S^n" ^ipU"41. nation, perfect condition. -\*V a ^!*_4:«.' 38; checks 37. J 4.0. the order in which Mrs. 1-ec Cam' r., ;.:;d 47. .inti Mrs t Louis' all of C.rriT i ';.-me , B vr**- 1 * 1 \J t V. ·"« · * « " . - , « · O. Car.-»n. lormcr''' Vcabody 47 "employe: Mrv Slu, lier«. HIGH Man ?:dwards. 5o: BraUhrr r.r. ;* I t r 65 retired farmer and -toc-.s Hcmovc Fnrmtnrc r.-.,n Mrs. Daniel Carpon'.oi. 73 Fv.rr. turc 3c^l rra SchTucrJcV cjfe \JU*Cr iiVl«VJ« ^v-^* -- , Claims for December, read by Tom Maxwell. Eldorado, were ap- J^'A^CW three-year contrart^vjas V OlvQ IV ^* *T*Vi "smrtllTlt ' f «},« countv farm, me aumum Ol IHC cumit. · ..^vanM-fl 25 receive was au»aiicvu ~SI 25 per day pcr inmate. Barrett, Eldorado, chair,^TI o5 thc reports committee. man oi "^.JJj. had chcck? d the thc county officers them in order. l "liTEvcin Missavagc. Saline · ' -- - - \Vclfarc worker, loin it she was lea\mc Washington lis to work on her r, that she was bein; AGRAFES . . . . Ib. 15c LETTUCE, large size . . . 15c CAN LARE o o · · · » . . . . Ib. 49c V/ieners lb« 39c KRAUT O « · No. 2j can 10c . : 2 for 25c soon to sitv at St. Hancock, loc,,l HIGHWAY MARKET Phone 1290ROn Rt. 45 SPAPLR iWSPAPLRl

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