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The Dally Register (Established 1869 a* Saline Couuty Register.) ' Publlihed evenings except Sundays and holidays at 35 South Vine Itreet. Harrisbur*. Illinois, by ' J REGISTER PUBLISHING CO. of Ilarrkburg, l MRS. ROY L. SERIGHT, President. CURTIS G. SMALL, .Editor and Manager. .' Entered as second class matter at the post-office at Harrisburg, Illinois, under act;of March 3,1879. Â· Subscription Rates: By Carrier 80 cents-per week. By mail ..in, Saline, 'and Adjoining Counties, $5.00 per year in advance; $1.50 for three months. Outside Saline and ad joining'counties, $7.00. per year; $2.00 for three xdonths; 75 cents per month. The Daily Register is a private business institution. The management reserves the right to be sole judge as to acceptance or rejection of any statement for use either as a news item or a.paid advertisement. Where to Start? BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY e Faith is the creative power that; cave substance to the universe.' Learn to use it. Heb. 11:1: "Now faith is~the substance 'of things hoped for; the evidence of things unseen." BIBLE READING FOR TODAY Jan. 20. The Cost of Discipleship. --Matthew 19:16-30. The Daily Register, 20c a week. Neuritis Pains Like . An Electric Shock To a Local Woman MERRY- (SO- ROUND Ancient Wati-i melon Ancient KK.vptlnns, durinj; (he days or Uic building of the Pyramids, cultivated the watermelon. Countlcii In Maine contains :o counties cities, 422 towns. 05 plantation*'.,,, townships. DKKW PEAKSON Says: JBd Pauley's football team puts Secretary Krug on spot; I'auley be' - ronies partner of cabinet member who rules on Tidelands oil; six new Friendship projects S WASHINGTON. -- H looks like Ed Pauley has an innate and unhappy faculty for leaving muddy tracks wherever- he walks. He is now ;ilout to muddy uÂ» the financial life of another cabinet mem- jber. this time Secretary of the Interior Julius A. Krug. ' Kruu. a former University ol Wisconsin football star, has long ! hankered to get an interest in a j professional football team, and through his state and who did so; much to help start the original, train is sending California's man- lime training shin "(Jokloii Hear on a good-will mission carrying canned milk. The ship has to take a cruise anyway, so the governor thought it would be a fine idea to pick up cases of canned milk and carry them to the children of France. Italy and Greece. . One hundred young California cadets, including Karl Warren. ,Jr.. will sail with the ship as am! bassadors of good will. G North Carolina "Friend Ship"--the North Cardlina 'Coun- ] cil of Churches is endeavoring 'to raise a shipload of clothing 'dur EAGLES Regular Meeting Tonight AÂ» 7:00 O'Clock Lunch will be served Droii'ssionai looiuiiu ivtuu, Â«"Â« raise a smpiuuu MI v-iwim..^_"-- i last summer worked out a deal j n g the week of Jan. 25-31. Every Â·with William Levy, the Louisville, county in North Carolina has set i TV-V (icoartment-store man. to pur- un a "committee and is 'working to v department-store man. to pur chase a 5 per cent interest in the Los Angeles Rams. It cost him 1 $7.500. The remaining interest in the up a committee and is -working to take care of one of Europe's greatest needs--clothing. Their slogan is "Fill a ship with friendship." HOT WATER IX PALESTINE Irving Gcist and Louis Nizer of iteam is owned by Levy, with 20 *-TTl*lrvIil* IllUIls- Â· i*.*iv* vÂ»n- A Â» ^ * . F ^ . f c r j . w Â» w Â» Â» - w . . _ ,, _ . - _ _ i Snulv proposes selling one-half man explained that he favored 1 of its share to Ed Pauley, which [an international police force, made 'would give him 37 1-2 per cent i up of token armies from the mem- Just recently rf \Vashingtons of England The Washington museum. Sul- 2MÂ£SSÂ£ inlaid sheTelt like ' Â«raÂ« Manon England, home Â«, the a sharp knife was being gouged into Washington family, contains many Tier muscles, and sometimes these mementos of the Father of Our pains would strike her like an elec- Country. trie shock. She said one could hardly stand it. Today this lady is again enjoying Me and she says the change is due to taking TRU-AID. Her, pains are gone now. No more feeling like a knife gouged into her muscles. She is entirely free of her rrusery, thanks to this remarkable compound. TRU-AID is the new liquid formula containing three valuable medical ingredient These Three Great Medicines, all blended into one, go, right to the very cause of rheumatic and neuritic aches and oains. Miserable people soon feel different all 1 over. So don't go on suffering! Get TRU-AID. Sold by Unquestionable Elmer Ammon Phone 877, P. 0. Box 129 Harrisbnig USED CARS FOR SALE OR TRADE 1947 Ford Pickup LIKE NEW 1939 Chevrolet Tudor New Paint, New Motor, Heater, Radio, Good Tires 1940 Chevrolet Club Coupe Good Tires, Heater, Seat Covers, New Paint, Extra Clean 1946 Ford Super Deluxe Tudor Heater, Radio, Like New 1946 Fleetmaster Fordor Chevrolet Heater, Radio, New Tires, Extra Clean 1940 Chevrolet 4-Door Special Deluxe, Extra Clean Throughout 1939 Deluxe Fordor Ford EXTRA CLEAN 1939 Buitk Fordor Sedan Radio, Heater, Good Tires, Good Condition . 1936 Standard Chevrolet Tudor Extra Clean, Heater and Seat Covers 1939 Dod?e Tudor Heater, Radio, Fair Condition. Priced to Sell. 1938 Chevrolet 1-ton Pickup Reconditioned Motor, Good Tires, Priced to Sell. 1946 Pontiac Six Heater, Radio, Good Condition. North Market Motors Richard Arlen, as Buffalo Bill, bids his adios in this scene from Screen Guild's "Buffalo Bill Rides Again," with Jennifer Holt. Plus "Our Hearts Were Growing Up," starring Dioua Lynn and Gail Russell, showing at the Grand Tuesday and Wednesday. Former Victim ids Biffii ainsf ianTvirfual control. " jber United Nations. Â· This in turn makes business, "You have to have a police .partners out of Pauley and the'force," he smiled, "even in Wash- 1 cabinet member who has to pass ington, D. C." . . . . . . .. ,,, I o n millions of dollars' worth of i Nizer remarked that the sittta- jPaulev's Tidewater oil lands. . ,tion reminded him of the man 1 For bv a recent Supreme Court with neuritis who paid $100 for decree submerged Tidelands oil medical advice. He was instructed lands arc now the property of to soak his right arm m hot water, the federal government. ' but his maid insisted cold water Paulev is no small operator. His . would be better, u hen the not holdings of Tidelands oil run into water gave no relief, he tried the, millions In fact, he was the maid's advice and it worked. Ihe man who helped collect around next day he protested to his doc- 'S300000 in campaign contribu-, tor, telling how his maid had rec-j ' tions for the Democratic party in ommended cold water. the hope that the Democrats! 'That's funny.'' mused the doc- would keep Tidelands oil under , tor. "my maid said hot water. state control (which incidentally. The President chuckled Truman did not do). i "That's about the sue .of it, he Now that Tidelands. or submerg-, admitted. ".Maybe that's the reason eel oil has reverted to the federal we get into so much hot water. government, some ticklish prob-| Note--Truman told Gcist. who lems have to be settled regarding ! possesses the Legion of ..lent. the companies which are still op-; that he hopes to make this medal crating as virtual squatters on this the nation's highest award. forbidden territory. And Krug. -charged with protecting the oil lands of the nation, has to pass upon the leases of his new football partner. . , Result: Krug may sell out his share in the Los Angeles Rams. Â· He doesn't want to. because it would mean a loss, and no man who has to live on a government; salary can afford to take a loss. But nevertheless, he may have to do it. In other words, it's tough to be a government servant these days --especially when Ed Pauley keeps tracking mud. MORE FRIENDSHIP TRAINS A total of sue Friendship projects are now being organized by [patriotic citizens in different parts of the nation. They will have an thnportant-impact on Europe. In ,fact; no money value can measure i the good will they will spread--es- 'pecially if American citizens ac' company the food and apply the 'old. old principle that the gift i without the giver is bare. : Here are the six Friendship ! projects: j 1. New England Friend Ship-;the SS Eucadia has sailed from OOZENS OF SPARKLING SHINES'FOB A o ( Â« Â£ P A S T E S H O E Made by the makers of LIQUID DYANSHINE o. 5. PAT. OFF. P O L I S H MAIM 7 1 1 South Main Street (Former Locution of Main Body Shop) The Mighty Universal Get Mis quick ff V 'Â·!Â·;. n,'k- 401 North Market MARION YOUR PONT1AC DEALER "WE FINANCE" Phone 6 Tri-County Methodist _ . Meeting Jan.27 . ., -, An all-day meeting of the Tri- county Methodist Evangelistic Fellowship will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the First Methodist church in Murphysboro. Rev. James H. Bryant \viii -~-e iiost-minister. The day's program will include j morning and auernpon sermons on ^ UI;IUUI ,,,, Â«,,, ... -Personal Evangelism given bv MIXNEAPOL1S Jan . 2 0-CR)_ Boston for Glasgow with 1,200 tons Â£ ;v ; J - wH -- B "^ e n'JtoroMhlFt! A former victim of infantile pa- of food and clothing for Scotland. \\ L. Hanoaum. Pagor Â£ ge Fit^ ralysis . pushed scie nce's battle ; Th i s was collected from all over MethÂ°dist church m Â£ a l lo Â£ n oon against the disease one step fur- New England when the mainline lowsmp hour *Â»" Â£Â«."Â«'Â£ TM n Â° e Â° dn ,ther ahead today. -Friendship Train was not able to "association con'j Dr. Frank Gollan, physiologist at go through that part of the coun-, i Williamson and,the University of Minnesota, an- try. j - nn A C i.; n ' eoun'4 inounced that he had isolated a I 2. Abraham Lincoln Friendship 199.94 p e r c e n t pure strain " of .Train--will start from Lincoln., "MM" virus, which causes polio i Nebraska and Springfield. 111., o n ; in small rodents. \ jFeb. 12 with cars collected from | He said the discovery might' all.over the: Middle West Chan- open the way for development of cellor Gus Gujjavson of the Urn-, ,a vaccine to immunize humans versity of Nebraska *.helping. i against the disease i sparkplug the train with .Carl Â· against tne Disease. ! Sandburg, Lincoln's famous Diog-1 1 , However. Dr. Hart E. Van R i P - J ^ n e r . Is general chairman. The ' ,per, medical director of the Na-, C h u r c h World Service and church-' I tional Foundation for Infantile Pa- j f all denominations are co-' ralysis. cautioned that the dis- i ODCra ti n Â« i icovery did not mean that the dis- j ^ 3 No ^thwest Friend Ship--the ease had been conquered. Â· , sg Gretna victory with about 5."Before we can think of a vac-, 000.000 pounds of food and cloth' cine we must determine how m a n y ' j n c , ' w j n sail from Seattle about 'strains are capable of producing ip-eb. 1. This was collected by the , polio in man and how many J p eo pi c of Washington. Oregon. ' strains have the same immuno-, id a ho. Montana and Alaska after j logical characteristics." he said.' t }, e mainline Friendship Train was, Â· "When we know these things we unable to go through the north- Â· 'can talk about a vaccine. west. The State Department has -- ' " Long Road to Travel ! recommended that this ship go to i "We're not Irving to belittle ! Germany and Austria which mth-; ,, .. .^ . . ... . .,, !*.*Â«./% Â«rtt T'rtfOlVflfl f* t"lt*7llisnill ve roimii ('in 1 iui;? Gel thi- pn-vrrblion-l;. jv for ot proven tmij-'Ii-n-lirf in':r"]V':S .itscl.ly Wtir-. Quick. iTC^-I.-.-.ti' lief S iin[Mirl;i!il 'AaVi: , Eases throat tickle 2.Soothes raw,irritated membrane; 3. Helps loosen ph!ccm STILL C.\LY ESS, Jeeps, Station Wagons, Trucks ovn * and a full line of allied farm machinery . . . standard Jeep equipment. '-,'-Â· Well eouipped shoo for repair work and body rebuilding. - A LINE OF GOOD USED CARS 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE Day Phone. 378 Night Phone, Gene Shelton. ;896W The Daily Register, 20c a week. -Spoils Sleep Tonight! A few drops of Va-tro-r.ol in each nostril Vv-orks right v.-hcrc^ trouble is to open nose, relieve stuffy, tran- Gientcongestioa-Brinqs^ quick relief from snifSy.' sneezy head cold distress. Try ilf Follow directions In packace. DO THiS to make breathing essier- Furniture utith Style-: Furniture with Quality-- "Luxury for Your Home at Economy Prices Walk up a flight and Save 'Over Woolworth Store" IM\ IN AMERICANISM" at the Court House, HarrisbssrÂ§ f 7:45 p. m, r Thursday yes vie re not. irvms 10 DCUUIC iw .Â«"".Â· Â«Â·Â·- -- - - - - - . - . . _ Dr. Gollan's accomplishments. We'crto have not received Friendship Â·Vare trving to be cautious and not visits. It has not yet been decided 1 give people hope that we'll have a whether any northwest citizens I vaccine tomorrow. This is just will go with the food, one of the definite steps toward' *Â· Michigan Friendship cara- winnine our battle. There's a long van--the Junior Chambers 01 road vet to travel." Commerce in about 0 Michigan , . " . , . . . -, -L. cities have done a great job 01 He said that even if science has JJJf^jJ^ L0 00 ions of food for 3 piirC Y1TU5. li 7H3V HOI- OC 301C _^, /~\--;^rir.-*ll*Â« Â«4 it*-^c- rkl^rmrwrl to "ct T vaecino France. Originally it was planned SÂ» %3LCC1 " C - as a motor-truck caravan, but when Gollan. who began his research not cnou gh trucks were available three months ago under a grant ^ ; cw York Central RR patriot- from the foundation, was more j ca jiv helped out In Detroit 5.000 hopeful. Â«rocers helped collect the food. . "I uould say we will have a vac- j},c Javcecs arc sending five men cine by next summer. However. |o FranccJo interpret the spirit of Â·thai docs not mean it will be for, Mich -,g an friendship, use on humans. Any vaccine will j " g -amvÂ»rnia milk have to be tested and re-tested un-' nor ' til we are absolutely sure it is ^j, safe." i 1 ^ He said that the "great virtue"' of his discovery is that now virus can be gotten cheaply and rapidly and that standard medics! laboratory equipment can be used UÂ» obtain it. milk ship--Govcr- Barren of California who on the Friendship Train all wisiancc Around World The distance around the carlh a: ihe equator is 24.902 statute miles. but on a meridian is 24.S60 miJos. estrogen contains natural estrone use rmone twins loves his country; so attend and hear it. WEBQ Broadcast S P, Sponsored by Saline County Council, American Legion. Ralph Dennison, Comm. Montgomery Jackson Funeral Wednesday Funeral Services for Mcn Watermelons -lackson. 01 81f' asl Poplar street \\ill be held ' *i1 '.he "Christ HolmcW church .on Commercial street at 1 p. ni. r.n Wednesday. Rev. C. J. Hoefcr \\ill conduct the service and bn- ilal will be in Sunset Hill come- tcr-. , The Daily ScÂ£is*ci, lOc a by carrier boy. Wednesday Nites VENICE CLUB DEACON WATHEX and His Band Join the crowds and dance to your favorite tunes. Â·and-day beauty treatment packaged together rubinsfein BOW'S NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE NFWSPAPFK!