The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 22, 1948 · Page 4
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January 22, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

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fAGE FOUB DAILY REGISTER, nAKKISBTOG, ILL., Charge Accosts: 15 Cents Ferine for ^h_InscrUon. Minimum Advertisement Acceptcd 7 e Accounts: 15 ^cms i« *-»·* -- Special Discount *" C«*ft*rt**«J ,. . A,i,.^;o» m TMt Accented--1U A^ 1 Lines ^Register Advertisements Pay (Continued from 1'ajic One) Mi: . former Chicago alderman and lately \\orld War uvu (1) Notices NOTICE OF SALE Ndtice is For Sale "(Continued) F o r a ! e C o n O (5a) Help Wanted ^xlSnlxcKi) Charles' Shclton, Lcdford.! l WITH cal m poison F.na Market. , M 1 V. Poplar. Jack's Other Democr; Sherwood Dixon. of Dixon. for Lieutenant l.ovor:' : . COOK.Lu of Carmi. for Attorney General; 1). U. OKPO" o =- rive J"; loi Auditor; Fred Harrison of Ilerrin. for Tre^mcr 1 of Vienna, representing inc -»l.-t SonsloM.'.l db public sale on the Premises inafter described, Th0! .School, District No. Tiour of 1 o'clock P lowing described property: 5 ·Sections-Composition Board 1 Teacher's Desk, 1 Teach- is'n _.. · inn" rocita- arm Market. !f,21 V,'. ropiar. " » - i Paul Powell, of Vienna, rcprcscmm:; i»v. --- · _ - 173 ' 4 ^rVTl^IJUw^PErOR Tvc-'iir thc Legislature, could have selected most any s ',ue i l i - c c «io cho*. Arn PERCH ' Jlnnt-p 4 " - \ i t h supervisor.- a b i l . t y j p - i ' l was mentioned prominently as the s,Mtc c..m. a...i '- 17"-'''fri reUil ostablit-hment V V r i t e ; b U i ,,., s c hosen to continue as a candidate for me H\.I.M^ c · --rT^lbo*. K-l?, i" cave of The I» !psul (iistrict . ' ,..,,, ,, ; |ni . . , h "--ipriced right to ..... - - , -- · *· . cnuinc. olo \. L.HICOIU. w 1 i3*o 173-3 O thcr re-districting reduced do\\nj,talc liai, brought some changes local to the district. aw* · n g School -grounds 2 l-^ acres. Set maps 8 8 (good) 120 torary honks 2 fountain bubblers-, ^ sufs%hich sale will be= made on the following terms, to-wit. Casft in -T?e n Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all bids. A- A. MOORE HENRY DALLAS, SR. No. 9, RangeS. ilA NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE ! -Estate of Cora Harris, Deceasea · Notice is hereby given cO an W ^. li r- 4-ROOM HOUSE A Whitaker. Carrier 1 ! cdTnew 'stool and kitcncn i §.2,000. Will £cll_ on ^. i. or ! 2 1-2 mi. of Hbg. i in Nke S modern 5^oom house, nice Misceilcneous Cora Harris, Deceased r-- the rabbit's foot I got SV^hy 1 ' cou^'of^' !2 V °Jff^hSr 0 ^y 1S pS Couhty, iSinois, and that claims and 'thought it was a mouse! ' S a tL b V f ^ _ bfoJf sa| Sel--^-^^^^j Keal Estate. "sSO^Hvest Church St. Tel. 362W. Card Our heartfelt extended comforting help in our re pecially do we v..---- - tiir.^p' oaui Reid, Robling and Little those ms _ ;,,u« -CP nt flowers and food, in-, tor of Education and · announced he will not be a i open for John Spence. incumbent Bill Ghent of Harrisbur; Knickerbocker M i n e " t ; on circles before he entered located north edge of Carrier Mills. Democratic candidate from the district and sition. He will succeed Ivan A. Elnott of nev General on the regular Democratic slate. State Central committeemen serve on tre stale comnultec. v.l cb formulates general state plans and will select canaicnucs foi *t...e office in ewnt of a vacancy between the primary and thc genera! ^Partv committeemen are elected in their parly primaries. ITc- cinct committeemen from each voting precinct nre elected _i^ _^» to a four- political parties, forming the county committees, the {iir.ctior.i^ .wt · f-rri-. r^ ?'S I tt,^ '!\~TT. V? P 3 ( /2 M'USI Ifeii^M^ I (10) Instruction -Truman Opposes 5-'Hoover Hoover said that the plan. . .__t :,*!,«. '.rloctrnv n delegates to the presidential nomhiatinu (5) Wanred I Le T 3dins CI Democrats labelled the distr jcts. r- -Hoover n" as isolationist -- of Mt. Vernon. Robert G. Milcy of Gobiia and of Raleigh are Democratic candidates. GRAY WOOL SUIT V recorc P.O. Pho. 38F4. Marshall "house by mile i .melt our friends. Discount to R o r h o£ truck drivers. 3-2i committee instead of the T- IS of course, gat our pro ; own economy. ,V IDEA from 3 abdominal fittings 172-2 1 . National Paint! BEDDIXG H A Y . D U X C A N ! ENTERTAINMENT SPONSORED J FcUs , Mitchellsviile. IiainuUls eli5 f*"' iflT).^ ,1 ·X5--,'1^-nrr Cn by Gospel Airs quartet "l^^iar.d V.a.lp-pcr co. (2) Business Services V^FCKER SE^Vira""^ _ _ . phone 69, nite P hone , 2 . 14 g; 1p f al ^5 motor, new M«» n r -rn. "Chevrolet Sales ano . A . n . nr LIVESTOCK J ' 'rf« ST. LOUrsNAT,ONAL STOCK ; .^^S'T.S^^ ^ UiHIO OS -.YARDS. Jan. 22.--lb.R-- (LDA) i«-^ M Hoover recom-, E ^ ISh^riW ,.UM. -o ? :is^S?n^4 r S;^' f""*-*! *« 103 " u weishts 140 Ibs. up and sows fairb nc ana o S3 . 20 O.COO.OOO in ; thaf the recoven' program written would drain American re- Eldoraao nas u«:u .» Sources continue high taxes and . Republican positions. oerhaps bring on depression. , P -ThV country needs tax relief i t , its nroductivity and employment, are to be sustained, he said. j _ Regarding expenairares^for^thc . 5 8 _5. ^,^ £ Ae3 or recom-, the Argen- 9% * sV 3 ioiB.-fi| Kf hemisphere : jf0f|! lOlllU @1 M*. © Warm, © Block DO J ." E A S J E R A K D I T H A Full Size . . . $utt husky Pcri'-Wool Peirs. Plcsd Fcl-tsrsrs. · Double-sHfC^edr ^; Satin Bound. « Buy How . . . Save! f|| Motor '.Co., Service.' XVE'-'ARE EQUIPPED TO HAN-',' die commercial and home instal.a- tioh of asphalt and rubber tile. Seten-Furniture Store. m-- _ CII tor, n ^ iolor NEW IDEA . , , . - , "570 "to 325 ibs.. S25 to jlS 1601 to 170 Ibs. S2S.25 to quest for a four-year h « apartment here \, y Congress for thc zimmcrma n ruled that a land lord may gam possession ot MOVING -- LONG OR SHORT', dSnce Also coal hauling Iso s "-' 5 vein lump and stoker coal, oil, ?rS. anisburg Transfer^, ·· TeL 87. . WEAVING. CUSTOM , arsss.*^ y TM cn "' ^ ^^^-^^iss s^^-^^i^js-ia-v-M u L _^»* -,,,,. i ^ n r f h . ' -- . f j o s h P f ? rhoicc tiuah'y .tceri 10 i-- * K^a«Rfl J rat-viisE^j ; Ileshcd choice qua. VACUUM onlv business. HaU Bldg. bv Mrs. Susan Armstrong, a one- third owner. }lrs. Armstrong said she wanted one apartment for occupancy by herself and her son John u. Armstrong, who-owns the other t v.o- thirds interest. She said .snc Wanted to rent thc other inrcc 9__a-.D apartments to university students to make it pay more, as she nau :i s.u«,v... bcsn unable to make expense* if church with high costs and lp« rcn^s Zimmerman, in confinninc the a Large size, warm ra heavy weight, col- orf wi assortment Indian patierns. STOP : cn (2A) Bus. OppoTtunitie FOR -PRIVATE PARTIES J)R ·"banquets phone County The Country Club. (3) For Rent 3 -FURNISHED ROOMS. South Jackson. 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS "500 W. Poplar (IVbg.). '-1 dorado 67W between 8 5 p. m. 4-ROOM HOUSE. P1CKFOI Flower Shop. (4) For Sale ioQKKEEPING SYSTEMS umnar pads, ledger sheets equipment, filing case? ' index cards. Harnsbur. 22 S. Vine St. Phone Polls to Tcft :n;:cd from .-nvored toward an Kisenov.-- -^j^-^^ .4,, .^. ^. -.-^l^liiiiiii 1 i is5 %» fi i?J '-- /:' / -· ths Electric Rcnqa * the prc. r crc:it:al '.ith .- ^=s^5ri55r«.i^^"-»- - "-ssa ^s^j^^^ ?, '^^\^^-'^^^sS^^ ^rts Heights, barn ^^"gj:_____-- --; ;' Rosc ^^_ -e^k-N nr.fi v.-ncftr.n.j c-ou'ih cajcs ; take z {JJ' cxpcc , s to , ;e t r/.n A.ove KWSPAPERl .'SPAPERf

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