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January 19, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 6

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Ifrr TI ·* PAGE TWO PAGE FOUR THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL,, MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1048 THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 10-18 CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines (1) Notices (4) For Sale (Continued) (5a) Help Wonted In Mcmoriam In loving memory of- Connie Jo 1105 E. Church. Eddy, who departed this life, Jan- j ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE. , WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE- 170-3 work. Clyde Priest. RFD. 2. Tel Co. II*lt*V 1943 Sadly missed by Father, Joseph Louis Eddv, and Grandparents. "170-1 SIZE 9 MATERNITY DRESSES, 9F11. *170-- jumpers and slips. Tel. 935W1.; EXPERIENCED GRILL C 9 0 K. ITM' 1 Call in person at Jack s Drive-In. Card of Thaujis The recent bereavement which has visited our home has brought to us a greater appreciation of our friends. Such kindnesses expressed by so /nany, especially the person |521 W. Poplar. 170-1 SEW AND SAVE. MAKE THAT .,, ... ir ,^ lovely spring suit. Nice line of SIX NEAT APPEARING \OUNG materials; woolens, cottons, linens, crepes, and printed silk from Chas. F. Wclek Co. of St. Louis at men to work on advertising unit. Must be free to travel in state of Illinois. Transportation prCSSCU Uy SU lmllj, UOftCiailJ tilt O. U l d J l g V l . uvt U1VOV, oaiii^ivo Rebekah lodge No. 679, flower I any evening after 5, Thursday af- girls, American Legion, P. M. W. ternoon or Friday afternoon, from v v s f i* ^ · my home, Mrs. Ina Skaggs, 111 furnished. Good salary, plus con S. Granger. See these samples mission. Earnings $oO to S/0 per c i; :. 5 : i- r of A. No. 16, the Rev. Carl Downey and Rees Turner can never be forgotten. The Moore Family. 170-1 Card of Thanks I wish to express my sincere thanks to the friends and neighbors for their sympathy at the time of the death of my brother, James S. Hull, who passed away January 14; also thank Rev. Potter and the singers. John C. Hull *170-1 EDITH HARRY, WHO FORMER- j week. Apply to Paul Fox. Saline Hotel, between 7 a'nd 8 p. m. ^no.2 Jan. 17 to 23rd. 169-2 CANARY SINGER, W I T H OR without cage. Tel. 267R1 or 202 E. Lincoln. *170-1 NIGHT WAITRESS AND MORN- ing cook. Apply mornings in person. Margaret's Cafe. 169-tf NIGHT PORTER. APPLY IN TM . TM TM T . ^ - ^TTrJPerson Horning Hotel between 7 MRS. IDA BATEMA1V THE| and 9 p _ m _ No phone ca . ls . 170 .2 - - Citizens Rcuthcr Predicts Economic .Disaster Unless Inflation Halts BRANTFORD. Out., Jan. 19-- tu:--Walter P. Rcuther, president of thc United Auto Workers (CIO), believes the United States- will have an economic disaster unless thc inflationary spiral is stopped. Addressing a meeting yesterday of UAW delegates representing 100.000 agricultural implement ^me ^iiT'nucieus"'^"'^^^ A. workers Rentier predicted ceo- ^ al , act .s l h i r d party. PCA state nomic dislocation would set in | l5lt . tfctori , buckled down to learn after next fall s elections. , t t t lhe vote for Wal . He said the UA\\ s recent wage ^ · Bomber. About Town And Country (Continued from P-^o ():u'» CHICAGO, Jan. 19--IW--With the w:iv paved for the Progres- Citizens of America to be^ Growth Cutchlnj; U|» Improved fire protection by tlr? United States forest service li:is not made it possible for the (-rowth of trees to catch up with timber lom-i due to ilre and other onuses. I'llltlllUtll AS Ruthenium, one of the metals. Is rarely used in form. Instead H Is en.,, harden ita sister jcwchy platinum and palladium. . demands of 30 cents an hour re-, p ro f css i on al politicians of the fleeted the adjustment required; , sanizatIOI1 herded 24 state to regain the purchasing power, c £ lors iiuo i lotc i rooms fo lost since price control was aban- concentrated two-day course in dl for a doned. MARKETS LIVESTOCK i political science. , The directors had attended the PCA's. second annual convention! j which roared approval yesterday j of a proposed platform embracing most of Wallace's political views. The delegates condemned the Spencer corsctiere will be in Harrisburg Friday, January 23. F o r L O N G DEEDED INVENTION, appointment phone 901R. 170-1 p rove d success. Powerful derr.on- ALEMITE LUBRICATION SER- vice. See K. Dunn, Saline Motor Co. 132-tf stration. Every home, factory, store, office a prospect. Low price, long profit. Exclusive. Fine outfit furnished. No deposit. Get facts · ly operated the Nu-Way Beauty j CHEVROLET COACH, -jquick. Write 388 R. .. ._. ,, _ GOOD Red Comet, tac., Littleton, Colo- \ sows. 450 Ibs. 1 Marshall plan and Truman doc ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- times, and set out to get rent YARDS. Jan. i3--l'.K)---(USDA) --;controls renewed, wages increased,] Livestock: prices frozen and rolled back, ana; Hogs 15.500: salable 13.000: un-i rationing restored. . '. even: opened 25 to 50c higher.' They also voted for destruction | Later slow, advance largely lost ! of America's stockpile 01 atom i with some bids 25c or more lower., bombs and an- immediate stop to; Most 240 Ibs. down sold early. 180 theii manufacture. _ I to 270 Ibs.. early. S28 to -$28.50:, Groundwork for Third Party i top. $28.50 mostly for 225 Ibs., Today's lessons were intended down. 270 to 325 Ibs. ^$27.50 to to give the directors a dose of $23: 160 to 170 Ibs. $27 to $28: 130 -practical politics" to use when to 150 Ibs. $24.25 to S26.75: few. thev 201 back hnmt vr.\ ; ; : kins Beauty Shop , fc is now employed by Haw- , cond.. 5 good ut Shop. Pho. 433.. 170-- ! 411 W. Locust. good tires. Tel. 592W2. *170-2 ;' Card of Thanks ;" Our recent sad loss leaves us 1; with grateful hearts toward our i WASSON COAL AND STOKER. Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 256. 132-tf relatives, neighbors and friends. QUICKIES Their comforting expressions of sympathy and thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Especially do we thank Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Clayton and J. B. Clark, for their very efficient services: also the Revs. R. W. Wallis a'nd Leonard Whitlock for their consoling words. Jess Whitlock and the Boys. "170-1 ______ (2)' Business Services MOVING -- LONG OR SHORT distance." Also coal hauling. No. 5 vein lump and stoker coal, oil treated. Harrisburg Transfer Co., TeL 87. 127-tf By Ken Rejuol'ds VACUUM CLEANERS ARE 5? 1 ,? ^ SmeS ^V °,V R BU TM? f iS? HaU Bldg, Mt. Vernon, 111. 132-tf Building. $27: 100 to 120 Ibs. $20 to $23.75: leaders"considered the course vi-| Red Comet, tac., Littleton, Colo-1 sows. 450 Ibs. down S24.50 to tal. in view of the convention's! rado. '"I"0-11$25.50: over 450 Ibs. $23.75 to actions. i j $24.75: stags $18 to $21. , The convention yesterday gave 1 WOMEN DEMONSTRATORS Cattlc 6 00 o : salable 5.500: the PCA's national board of di-i wanted for Household Plastic Products. Display products to church and club groups or to organized house parties. "Over 100'products all salable. Market authority to affiliate o r i , , . . - . generally steady on all classes. Se'v- merge the organization's 100,000, oral loads and lots o£ medium to members into the new third party, j 100 products good steers $26 to $28; a few. $30:, v.hen it is formed. --curtains, table covers, aprons, d heifers an( j m _ xe d yearlings Groundwork for forming the bed spreads, etc. \\ ork 2 to 4! S26 to S28; me aj um S20 to $25; third party probably will be laid hours a day. Our lowest paid dem- j _, ood cows $20 to S2 2 : a few to m Chicago April i2. the tenta- o^strator averages So.OO peri $23 . common an d medium $17 to live date Wallace supporters have week. Excellent opportunity for' s l 9 5 0 . canne rs a-nd cutters $14 set for a meeting to talk over advancement.-Be the first in your; t o s 16 ' 50 - bee{ bu u s §21.50 to $22: the third party. TM~ f " '"· + ^-"' j sausage bulls $19 to $21. Good and There was little doubt but what ~°- 'choice vealers $25 to $32; common'the PCA would be the rallying 1908 St. Louis Avenue St. Louis, 6. Missouri ; and medium $15 to $25. 170-3! . (6) Employment Wanted ·| Chicago Produce 1= fniok5- TM ' torn AT MY HOME FIRST part of week. Call 482R after 1 p. m. . *169-2 By Ken Reynolds dollars? -- but an ap- (T_ I n cf IQ TJonJcfor- I* ' "·**** point for the new party since it contains a large portion of the leading Wallace supporters ar.Q hens tince the organization was the first nation-wide political group 32- to give blanket endorsement to ""illace candidacy. 465 delegates irom 24 states- · ' admitted in a preamble to their resolution that the 300 'dealer in the Register (TAR WASHING. SEE ORVAL| L Durfee at Saline Motor Co. 132-lf Want Ads says his will pay for j TV r j, , .., I IN ' 1 , , . hemselves! KFY 4 ; WITH iSJi.J.0 vviixi MAYTAG WASHING MACHINE, j postal derk at P ' °' =JS'25. WV* Rctu .^? trStf «·?£. jTA-i-K j *-**£ . SS^Sftf**?*** « roosters 18. difficult He said he "shuddered , Butter: 392.401 Ibs. nervous; 90 when h g thought about the next' score 83 1-2. 10 m(V iths.'' i ' Eggs: 28.570 cases: irregular; ex-, came to Ilarrisbur};. County teachers institute was held at the Ilan'isburg high H-hool. Bill "Rod" Walkor. 1«. wa.s hurt seriously at Peabody 43 mine. Lloyd" Fink. 41, Equality, was killed" when his truck and an L N train collided south of Eldorado. L. M. Hancoi'K ami l i a i t o n Dennis filed for city jud^e. J u a m t u Maddox and niaiu-lic Bea.sK-y filed for city court clerk. Pounds Hollow lake repairs were completed and the lake awaited rains to refill. The Raleigh Baptist^ church observed iti i l O t h anniversary and j Cottaqc Gro\c .Methodist' church , observed its 100th. | The Class of 1922. HTUS, held j its reunion. i Gwinn Davis of Mountain town-1 ship kept his seat on the county | board after he called the f l i p of the | coin in the couit room. His election j to the oftice v as contoMod b y ; Loren Milligan. but the judi;e ruled ! the result a tic and ordered a court ' room flip. i The Greater Egypt association ; rail and press meeting was held here with F. A. Behymcr of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch the chief j speaker. , ! The Saline County Housing auth- . ority bought 16 1-2 acres of ground | near the Sunset Lawn cemetery to build modern houses to be sold. P?ul Hood resigned as town clerk and his daughter was named to succeed him. i IITHS football scores: Centralia ' 13. Harrisburg 7; Harrisburg 7.' Carmi 6 in the Homecoming game at which Betty Glascock vat. queen: Ilarrlsburg 37. Marion 6. Deaths during October: George E. Savior. 80, retired fanner: Agnos , Gelto'sky. 35: Mrs. Richard Floyd, 1 33. Carrier Mills: Casey Hutson. 53. Carrier Mills: Charlie M. Jones. 30; Mrs Allen Riegcl. 85: Loren McDermott. 31: A. J. Reynolds. 82. retired Brushy farmer: Jan:es H- Mott. 80: Mrs". Don Moiicld. 72; Mrs. Addie Belle Speaks. C7: Evclyne Arlene Todd. tu o m o n t h s old daughter of Mr. and Mis. Willian T o d d : N. N. McKcel. 57. ex- mechanical superintendent at The , Daily Register Dolphus Davis. 87. near GlaUa: Mrs. William Hopkins. 64: Mrs. Clarence Fcazcl, 73. near Raleigh: James A. D e a t o n. 80. Stonefort. Both ends of Ironrite are completely open and usable. Full width materials are ironed without a crease. Ironrite is the greatest time and labor- saver for the home. Recent surveys show there arc more Ironriccs doing 100% of the ironing in the American home than all other ironers combined. AVAILABLE NOW 2, p. m. Wed. Jan. 21 l / U - i SALES AND SERVICE FOR Electrolux cleaners. John Hodge, TeL 922R. 109-tf W R E C K E R SERVICE DAY £___£, phone 69, nite phone 214R. Saline ·Motor Co., "Chevrolet Sales and condition. 427 W. College. 169-tf 45: standards 1 and 2: 424: 41; current. receipts 4 MERCHANT MARINE IDENTIFI-1 £ t £' 33 chec k s 37 _*: j « - c Tj,«j^^;«t- r tr^i-_, dimes oo, uiectvb 01. c a i o n c a d o f R h o d e r i c k D . Harr n i H R ^ n T?Tir QT7TT l o i n s , bearing New York address.' ,-COLORED RL'G, SIZE 12 ^ {Q Mr ° HarriS; RFD 2 , Car-; =170-2 j 170-2 Service." 127-tf i Mills. . SHELL RIMMED GLASSES IN A. : ' balance like rent. Full price $2285., . Call at 823 .W. O'Gara or tel. j t l g 524R2 169-2 (2A) Bus. Opportunities A 810,000,000 NATIONAL SALES organization can give the right man in this county an excellent Sam Martin, 2 mi. N. E. of Carrier chance to make unlimited profits. Mills. °170-6 That man must be able to BEAN AND LESPEDEZA. !(8) Found !o Move USES Conlro! JTo Labor Dep'S ! WASHINGTON, Jan. 19-- . . (President Truman today- notified .Congress that he intends to trans- Ifer the U. S. Employment Serv- ,_ 'ice and the Bureau of Err.ploy- , SPRINGFIELD, 111.. Jan. 19-- ment security to the Labor De- ruR)--Competition in the April 13 par tment e File \m PAIR LADY'S BLACK GLOVES, primary was indicated for at least purpos e of the plan, as ex' full time to this business, have CALENDAR REFILLS AND NEW some sales experience and have ] calendar pads. Harrisburg Printability to organize-, a sales force., ers, 22 S. Vine St. Phone 1180W. He must have a car, be financially ·, 166-15 ! responsible and of good standing · in his community. For detailed I XEW IDEA cloth and leather. Inquire Daily two statewide posts on the Re- P i a _ ne( j j n a presidential message i _. r r-' " ^ r * r \ r t t i * _ _ _ i ? _ l i. ^ ~ * 1-. ^ v*» *^V»* ftf\\? * - . . » · _ 3 ^ nA ..-^4 i Register Office. 169-2 publican ticket as the eight-day will bc to centralize and coordi- period for filing nominating peti- pate ^g f unc ti 0 ns of the two em- ^ions with the secretary of state p i oyn i en t units under a new $10.' opened today. 000-a-year "commissioner of cm- ELECTRONICS--RADIO The posts of attorney general pi oyn . e nt" to be appointed by the ST\RT NOW ON YOUR C-\and state audltor drew £'° G0 , ? ' Secretary of Labor. ? T /_ L £-,:,, X* w"*«ni;c aspirants for each as office-seek-; The plan calls for keeping the (10) Instruction and Electronics, ·* ^(W-* · · * *-* *^»»- i*f*0T* i n iCsciio uiiu. jc^itjcci. uiiito* ~"^~ * _ . A'A* ^.«»v* __*»»··· »^-~-- --, - · ^-^ information, write Rexair Divi- MANURE SPREADERS write todav fo" information en ers began filing their petitions, -y s Employment Service in the sion Martin Perry Corporation, SAFRANKA FARM EQUIPMENT i ^"vnS nreoarei for a real fu- Filing for attorney general were Labor Department and _ transfer- Central Illinois Branch. 427 S 3rd Co St., Springfield, Illinois. * 170-3 OF APPLY YOUR SPARE TIME TO j Quality Paints. National operating new 5c Candy Bar ?Ia-| ar ,d Wallpaper Co. chine dispensing Hcrsheys and! other will known candy. Excellent profits. Cash investment re-i EQUIPMENT h n w v o u c a n oreoare"for a real fu- Filin § for attorney general were Labor Department and transier- u 170-5 L h ° \ ' ° P rc P are lor a reai IU th e incumbent, George F. Barrett. rino there thc Bureau of Employ- ai %rhool annroved for G I Train- TM* Jack J. Ruben. Chicago. ent security from the Federal lj F DU PUINi in f xow ?laies ^tartin« everv' statc Auditor Arthur C. Lueder Secur ity Agency. The employment ational Paint ^!;,u^ C ' % ClaSSGS siarim ° e ' er - and Lewis D. Yaeger. wtchfield. servi ce is only temporarily in the NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADERS quired. $345. Give phone number SAFRANKA FARM EQUIPMENT and address. Will call in person. Co. 170-5 Write Box NJN, in care of The j Daily Register. *168-3 FOB PRIVATE PARTIES OR banquets phone County 54F11. The Country Club. 103-tf (3) For Rent 3 LARGE UNFURN. LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL- paper in Southern Illinois. National Paint and Wallpaper Co. 103-tf aP dai e e d s "artin« ^Verv · TMState"Auditor Arthur C.'Lueder security"Xgency. The employment m ^n»h ciasses - wr "»» e Cl - and LCW J S D . Yaeger. Litchfield. service = s on ly temporarily in the ini-kviTIF R4DIO SCHOOL both filed petitions for the audi- Labor Department, having been 41S"IU^ jSf?5?n StrS Lou- tor's post on the Republican tic* p , aced therPc by Mr Truman under Frank G. Thompson , To Speak at City Hall Thursday Night The Saline County Council of the American Legion is sponsoring an address by Frank G. ' Thompson, director of the Illinois Department of Registration and Education, at the city hall at 7:45 p. m. Thursday in the court house. Thc council, composed of representatives of all Legion posts in the county, is starting its Americanism program, which consists of combatting Communistic elements and tendencies. \ith this address, which is titled. "Education in Americanism." Thompson has made this talk in Chicago, downstate Illinois cities and in Portland. Ore. The speech will be broadcast over WEBQ starting at 8 p. m.. 5wt thc meeting will start at 7:45 with the Legion ritual. Thc public is urgently requested to attend the meeting. Ministers and school teachers are espccial- lv invited. ELECTRIC CO. Phone 37 HARRISBURG, ILLINOIS COLOR RCTEKTtCN The Daily Register, 20c a wee/. I by carrier boy. isville. *163--, ct -James Simpson. Jr.. Wadsworth. [or" state treasurer in the layers, electricians, etc. Men needed who can supervise, estimate and read blueprints. During the next few months leai:i this TV,,;C»M M trade in your spare time. Get.ready , ed Gov^ Dwight H for without opposition so Others who filed today oU Both for ll£Ui: 111 V U l £l*ai»- inn.,, ·y^wi. .,,».*..,- -, for a good paying job next spring.! gection, and No need to leave home or fiu:t your .Richard Y. Rowe, lor ONE-HALF PRICE ALL USED CLOTHING AT THE pV^enTjob." Tra'inlng approved for' governor. :kson. ;.,,,«. xnn.vcts accepted. Write for 1 No Democrats had filed A or NOW. Box B. T. in statewide races up to noon today. war powers in two agencies have been op- in close coordination since Social Security act establish- 'ed the unemployment compensation system. Both use the same ! nationwide network of local of- 'fices. Whenever a jobless person · applies for unemployment com- ipensation, he is able to register i immediately for a new job. Curiosity Shop. 15 S. Jackson. 170-fireplace in living room, lights r.nd oil TRADE: '--C CHEV. DUMP ·water furn., $22.50 month. Comer j iruck, bargain. 1227 Longley. Ravmond and Shaw. ·"· 170-2- " ^les"? * . -*-·*' -- veti. care of The Daily Register. » SLEEPING ROOM IN MODERN* home. 224 W. Poplar. Nominating petitions must DC ' filed between now a'ld Jan. 25. in ! elusive, by all candidates for state-1 iwide offices. Congress. President. The Daily Register, 20c a week. carrier hoy 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. I19A West Church. ' * 170-21 . . . mf m 169-21 50 PER CENT DISCOUNT O N i / l l p.!*" , all clothing at the C u i o s t v s h o p fr ' MOUtaQIHCry JaCkSOfl.delegates to national party cor. ·venlions and stale central -ronimit- tce members. Ca'ndidates for county offices must file during i!:e; r, ' same "period with the county clerk.' / 1 ROOM EFFICIENCY OH SLEEP-= _all Cily Coa , yard, Tel "ing room. Pickford Flower Shop.' 162-tfj COAL. COKE. AND KINDLING. ° f BanforcI Ala... di j7Q i 'same period with tne county cicrK. Montgomery Jackson. 41. native ·, yj ic q U £ S tion whether the April j DL1NG of Banford - Ala., died Saturday at J3 i]]_ no _s primary will p r o \ i d c j 55 * R1 i the Lightner hospital. Mr. Jackson s a lcsl of s t rcn j, t h for \arioiis Kc-| 132-tf -home address was 819 East TM°P' ar ' p u b]j can presidential possibilities! 1 tf-"t*rtA? IJ aT'»"icHl1T'* ' r..H5 *.-. --.._...AT-A.j-1 K»» *T»ft /**ir^ /".f ll*** 1 3-ROOMFU: ment, private Real Estate. i will be answered by the end of the J i OR TRADE: 1941 DE SOTO SE-! Hc is survived by his wife. Clem- filing period. Supporters of any j . j street. Harnsburg. FOUNDATIONS GIVE BEAUTY WITH CGMFOXT 2 FURNISHED Poplar St (4) For Sale JiOSS I v \ few=l wwp o rf '·'^ fj \ SiL'A D2UGLAS f. 6 E. C vk / :35~.v: t A jo^--- ·\rmy in .iaiaii. v/mvt am » « » » M O ·«·- ··*.· · j-j ·««.- ···-·-.---- · , , elude two sisters. Mrs. Cora Parch- marj- is not binding upon ,,.c IAMERA. man of Harrisburg: Mrs. Mozcllc state's national convcnt.o«. c.clc-, ROOKKFFPIXG SYSTEMS COL-i^ 2.7 lens. 1-1/1000 shutter. Re- Meadows of Sclma. Ala., two broth- gates. However. '- « » . ' n : c 'j ^ K r K S^7h!o 5 g- SS|*«d. «3 N. W.hto. -IWl jors,.y»H.. -.acjjon o Whechnj »*d » . « o. ^ c .l,. . j 1 MERCURY II CANDID CAME filing ca«Kis indexes ' w . Va.: Elijah Jackson of Colum- Harrisburc Printers'' G . OOD LUMP COAL - ^ TON DE - J bus. O.. five grandchildren, and a Suffers 22 S. Vine St. Phone Ii80w!| livcrcd - Tel. 1368W2. 142-tf j num bcr of nieces and nephews. 165-tf i : 1 Tho hodv now lies in state at the FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTH-,. 111.. Ian. in-suffer- er washer parts. Scr\-icc on all ( TO BUY 50 SINGLE ACTION i plctcd. makes. Williams Appliance Co., di$.cs. 12. 15, 13. or 21-ft. John] rranccmcnts have not been com- Fined at Marion isYiitcd by a card- boVrti box which caught fire from her kitchen stove. Mrs Mamc Anderson v.«is at-. new tvpc David Bradley, Masscy ' _ " * « _ · ·- tm m ^ · Saturday and his on 615 E. Poplar. Fho. 114SW. 123-tf; Dccre. I. H. C.. Roderick Lean. MODERN STREAMLINE "shelving counters a Write or call Tarter Zeigler. Pho. 96R3. I H ,.«,..,,.. · TO RENT 5 OR 6-ROOM^r's'ii'^nVc was revoked follow ins 6-ROOM HPUSE AND 2-ROOM. h-.isir.ess man. 'Pho. 260W. 167-tf I h]S ^lea of s«JH" to a charge of house, water and lights in big houe. j -- . 'drivin» while intoxicated. Travel- Barn, wash house, side walks.! TO RENT MODERN OR SEMI- j ^..d was arrested by Statc crapes. dandy place in D o r r i s ir.odcm house by sales represent-, " n - cn j 0- . n D. S\\ and Orvai Heights, rents for $40. a month. ;;ive for Proctor ar.d Gamble lis-: v TMBibbcr Jan - !0 ncar t n c inro '"' Jaric Hale. 18. both of Kidt»r?do. i Owners live in Peoria, quick sale-iributing Co. Pho. 171, Mr, Andcr-' fCC ' t _ ons 0 { Routes 13 and 166 f o u r , ·nrice SZ750.00. Hauptmann Real'son. ^"O- 1 !J.iiles cast of Marion. j Build Mcrry-Go-Konnd IState,5C3 West Church st I^A-OI 1 . ! A rn. : ,___ t .^_ ,. .. William C. Stiles. 21. ;.nd Kls A Chicago firm has built a Merry- Go-Round warehouse which is said i ·'CALL 430--E-Z CA-FOR DE-] SPECIAL Ipcndablc 24-hour service. 167-tf First magazine for children pub-j to save 400 miles per day in 1^.0^ MACHINED On-^PERXU-i^^ __ ^^ ^ ^ j ^^^^^f a * m '^^^^'" m ~ d " i OATS - 168-4 FORD TILLER --for sub-soiling, s««dbed preparation, cultivation, pasture renovation, "trfi^V farming. If you have a roush niece vf ground, come in and ei a seven foot Ford Tiller. Sec how ca. c y you can prepare a seed bed without plo\vi:ig. It is perfect for posture rcnox.y,- ing. It prepares the ground on hillside to hold the mojs- iurc. Try it yourself. No obligations. Bsrham-Green Tractor Implement Co. n Mill Sts. Phone 456R GREATS* dPKQTECTlON 9 9 I s j »£ \eSZS*JSil5FS3$f Dull Lustre specialised clear linclsam varnis'n. A lovely gloss finish for walls and wood- SI .45 Floor Enamel Qt. $ 0 Docs your car wobble like an overworked nag? If so. you probably m-ed ·· have the \vh£olj? al We aro special isi-- i". this. ynamc Suve^ You Money LVes c:ily two v.'ci^hts to each wheel. Weights arexpensive: they i^rrcu^" the cost of whc'fi iMi We -S* flfk Charge Se^U Perfect balance f tcod or v.^i cost to Per "heel MOTOR SALES 432 Wsl Poplar Street NASI1 SALES ard SERVICE _ioss cram- tl -- Easy to apply, fast to dry. Ot ?-i zrr* v ' *V C *% ^ OJ[,OD An ideal f i n i s h when solid colored, floors are desired. Withstands extreme abase and wear. Eight popular colors. KICHTONE A flat finish for all types of walls. Qt 95c KANT-SCAR Floor Varnish Comes in high gloss, dull and satin finish. Ideal protection for floors, woodwork and furniture. Quart Stricklin "Where Saline County Bays Its Paint" JOS N. Vine Hanisburg, Illinois Phone 151 SPAPFRf

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