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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1048 CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. "Special Discount for Cash-with-Qrder Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines (1) Notices (4) For Solo (Continued) (4) For Sale (Cont.)' NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE / Estate of, Carrie Pankey Moore, deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, March 1, 1948, is the claim date in the estate of Carrie Pankey Moore, deceased, pending in the County Court of Saline County, Illinois, and . that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date, without issuance of summons. ;HARRY MOORE, Administrator. LYNNDON M. HANCOCK, Attorney. 163-- PHONE'303 FOR CAB-SERVICE. 1 *175-5 Card of Thanks Our recent sad Joss in Ihe death of our husband and father, Hugh McNabb, leaves us with grateful hearts toward our neighbors and friends. Their comforting expressions of sympathy and thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Our sincere thanks and gratitude are offered for -all those comforting acts. Mrs. Sarah McNabb ,Jim, Jessie, and Bob. 175-1 In Memoriam In memory of George Russell, who passed away 2 years ago to- j day. ALEMITE LUBRICATION SER-j ASBESTOS SIDING. _ BUILDERS See K. Dunn, Saline Motor]Lumber Co.. Carrier Mills. Ib9-- VJCC. CO " '---- FLORENCE CIRCULATOR HEAT- COAL QUICK DELIVERY. TEDjer, used only 4 months, with \val- Price 'Coal Yard, Tel. 1143R2. nut finished floor board and new 174-2' Pipe. A real bargain for-5110. Se- ?y.JL*5 c LHarmaii Washington Column By Peter Edson NBA-Register Correspondent WASSON COAL AND STOKER. Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 256. 132-11' QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds ten Furniture Store. 174-3 TRACTOR TANDEM WASHINGTpX--(NBA)-- This is the third winter since the end · i o f the war, and still the problem WITH 01 what to do with some 850.000 equalizer. Godard's Farm Market, displaced persons who can never 1734! go" home has not been licked. ! What's worse, it will be another (LARGE MOORE'S COAL RANGE;thice to five winters before the i with reservoir, white porcelain, problem can be cleaned up. Hall' Seten are women and children. Four 173-3 out of five are Christians. One a real buy only $79.50. Furniture Store. are women and children, out of five are Christians, in five is Jewish. These DP's are now located, roughly, 650.000 in Germany, 100,- ·1942 NASH 4-DOOR SEDAN, priced right to sell. New paint _ .. I job, 1946 engine. 518 \V. Lincoln, i 000 in Austria and 100,uOO in 173-3"; Italy. They are kept in DP camps. ---- They cost the U. S. nearly SloU FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTH- million last year, in food, shelter, er washer parts. Sen-ice on all j clothing and protection. As the j makes. Williams Appliance Co., j y. s. takes over the costs of Bri! 615 E. Poplar. Pho. 1146W. 123-tf · tish zones in Germany and Aus- I 1 tria this year, the cost may go i (5) Wanted to S250 million. Obviously, tne i v ** ; T T U I I I C U ! cheapest and best thing to do is 'TO BUY 50 SINGLE ACTION i t o hc! P rcsettle tjiem ' "That's the day we gambled -and used a Register Want Ad." John! Tht '- v want another chance. ;s do they On C O L L I E PUPPIES. ~ -- -- J I . J I I L C v. «. Hughes, mile west and 1-4 mile pho. 38F4. north Liberty. Phone 9F21'. *174-3 . ! TO RENT MODERN OR SEMI- JHAY, BEAN AND LESPEDEZA,{modern house by sales representa- Ger- N. E. here, Redtop and baled oat straw. Virgil and Warren Evans, 4 1-2 mi. N. W. of Hbg. "To us it is the saddest of all the j H A Y S TUBBLE LESPEDEZA, year. It was bitter parting, a shock severe, To part with the one we all loved so dear. Sweetly, tender, fond and true. There is not a day dear Daddy, that we do not think of you. Sadly missed by the children. r 1 TK Daily Register. PASSENGERS T 0 PONTIAC, Mich. Mon. morning. Tel. 1089R-2. j 174-9 L ° n . . . \100.000 displaced persons be ad' mitted to tnis country every year r.r.ted countries from came, for fear of They will not help rebuild many. The plight of these people is for another American airing! up two "bills intended to admit up to 400.000 as U. S. immigrants during the next four years. Congressman William G. Strat- has proposed tnat 166-15 I 1754 i UNDERWOOD PORTABLE TYPE- j ------ T .^ ^ ,, writer, bargain. See Scerial Thomp-', COAL AT B 'W MINE NO. 2 j son 174-2' (formerly Knickerbocker M i n e ) I ______________ located north edge of Carrier Mills. | GOOD ARMY SHOES. HEAVY 172 - 12 | soles. Ebb's- Shoe Service. 174-2 FRIED CHICKEN DINNER SUN-!i RTJG AXD PADj 9x21. day at Green Lite Cafe. . 175-1! Raymond St. 213 E. *174-2 ,. . ~ ~ ~ ^ |bottled up in a House Judiciary (5a) Help Wanted i sub-committee under Congressman i Frank Fellows (R., Me.). EXTRA MONEY NOW! Shortly before Congress recessed SHOW LOVELY NEW EVERY- jbst July, Sen. Homer Ferguson I day Assortments. Big values selljfR., Mien.), six other Republicans on sight: Up to 100% profit., and two Democrats introduced an- .Birthday Cards. Wraps, etc. Mon- other .DP bill. It would admit | ey-back" guarantee. Samples on ap-! to the U. S. during the next four : proval. HertelArt. 305 Adams, i years any displaced person who Dept. B-32, Chicago. WE ARE NOW SERVING made chili, sandwiches, coffee, malted milks, sundaes, malteds to| a 7jd wallpaper Co. go, chili to go, in pints and quarts. ! ready to eat. Golish Delicatessen.} t L . c. SMITH SUPER-SPEED miu ' 200 S. Granger, open each evenin 'till 9. 1?4 * 175-1. could qualify under the U. S. im- 1 migration laws. O/i the Rinhi Trail RED RYDER By V. T. Hamlin Hello, Unk! ALLEY OOP lli I \ V ,. v By A! Capo "S" Me Another!! sacaar L'lL ABNER FELAR OF THE UNKNOWN IS THc. MOST'UNBEARABLE FEAROF Ai-LW DLEASE-TELL ME A''-WHAT'S GO.'NG TO HAPPEN TO ME ?- WHAT IS TREATMENT'S" "* of Measles, Lack o! Nutrition Concern to Ci!? Sthoo! Nurse voice that must have been was answering Leiphan. "Ii Hunting down ir.uraorcrs. af We biood mere looking at cacni_.. i other ior a ion;, moment, · ! 1 icil my ieli'-r. cftv school nurse.; resort to burning _ its stored of local and leaving as a by-product :· like I stance known as acetone, tone, which is often used parcnts i n avoiding a j n H arrisburg and sur- .\u c _ XViTJ j · | liiVA litUVX* V.fc*AV* V* M V * » W £-M* vu w t w , f J i l i O fctiiV* *,**·*· «. »* «w ·* * *r w w.^----- r--- ma-ii j partment. A good job for the right ! ing the present U. S. immigration wen- n j_,, ^. iUllJti oujrc-ix-orji.tn^ -p r) av ; s :nmg, typewriter. A-l condition. Call Tel. j 174 " 2 i 100. Barham-Green. 174-4 j Apply in person or call L. barriers have both been heavy. " tel. 118W, Eldorado. i Whether the Stratton or the *««a less lengths of truth. "My agent bacK. j ro "unding districts. So far. no cases among the local f£ Sfe COMPLETE LINE OF DU K ^ j YOUNG MAN TO KEEP BOOKS \"STb^n support ofthesei^^ ^USren SH. caThardS ^^'u^^'on the breath, 5a. P '£ a «£,,2S?fco. Aatl01ial foTtfi-lJ^ ^^^J^±\^^^}^ S ^^^^ naiura^^^nlme.to reel, | to co,,,,t ,-,:,*,, 1 aul ^ "^cS Stoid the disease entire-|o£ these youngsters. me committed to the sani-t _et us s:.y that I a'J11 I ihj.k iv. she ;|never E-Z Cab. (2) Business Services W R E C K E R SERVICE DAY phone 69, nite phone 214R. Saline Motor Co., "Chevrolet Sales and Service." 127-tf LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL- paper in Southern Illinois. National Paint and Wallpaper Co. GOOD LUMP COAL, S6 TON DE- livered. Tel. 1168W2. 1424! MGHT WAITRESS AISD .MUK.V ing cook. Applv mornings, in person. Margaret's Cafe. 169-tf EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. AP-; (6) Employment Wanted ir.ise mav be agreeo on, me raie of only half of the 850,000 -Euro- nean DP's will be settled. " The other half of the problem must be handled ultimately by the UN International Refugee Organization. IRO is largely an American idea. When it was ·mvsteries in as man\ years had be'en pretty profitable for him. ^ie .wanted me to live to write some m »t , I was bitter and hostile. Darn inis policeman. Darn Max Hotter. .Darn Jefi Haverson. Darn ev ^ervbody to v:hom my heart naci savs Children who have | Parents can, do much to sa\o had measles should bc the family finance and health from ,u« closely for sign of the , inroads caused by illness by bemc ion colds that are usually the j sure that their children arise ir noiiceabli svmptoms of meas- 'time to have an appetite for brca-- . "Ar.-.cuc :* ei-pauiu 01 iiuiiiu.-!!, · ' jf a s t, and that they do cat a vel! id:-r cei-Min coi.cr.-oas. ' p PC *m;e of the hi«h rate of con-i balanced, breakfast without hurr\ ^ -^ ^^*^$tt^£*3sstt measles should treatment be kept and ' l o- par, MOVING -- LONG OR SHORT distance. Also coal hauling. No. 5 vein lump and stoker coal, oil treated. Harrisburg Transfer Co., TeL 87. 127-tf FOUR PIECE LSED BEDROOM P t e r 6 d ' jMAN WITH CAR WANTS PART i svmbly in December 1946, isi c^-n P £ft ter P 6 d ' n 5 t , » st I time or permanent job immediately :dtal was that IRQ would not come . $49.oO. Seten Furniture Store- j g s sale ^ man O r representative, i into being until its constitution _ 'Free to travel' any where any time, j was ratified Dy lo nations. , |Ted Tucker, 7o Zarlingtons. Ra-i Lntil that time, a Provisional I located north Carrier . seeking love o: iust common Kind- like this--it no\v back in m y p \. I was ieft alcne to ; ny shattered pieces. did . ou VACUUM CLEANERS ARE OURj only business. 0. R: Buford, Citys Hall Bldg, ML Vernon, HL 132-tf (8) Found iwas to take over the DP relief ,. \vork from UNRRA. PCIRO set ! up headquarters at Geneva, Swit- Izcrland. · _^ There is little that PCIRO can It v. alway And " is a.: iviici tiiac 1 v.?a M Leiphan merely looked jc-i v.nlir-ij ir.o SLU;. ihoughtful. "I knew that--" he ^ co-Mi make ir. ·;aid "But why did you try lo \vriting a-ain thut 1 commit suicide? That's what ! "He i-:i.bi be a tJ want to know. There has to be ,\:ax IIcM.-f. reason back of such an act. ' "lie ;s. and moved away irom Leiphau relaxed the length ot the rco-n ir . a 11C v , a .; b0 .-j. L on:. ananiett it. have me j lie kr.cv. ;;o uac.-i i vj all r;:_,iu -- «- r * » t t " i *l ·t*. v ?-»·-*" L * l i ; protection from contracting ..disease that is possible. ^ ! Nutrition, so effective on resistance to all diseases, is al=o causing the school nurse con- Of 90 ifood with sweets and cold drink? a that furnish him neither vitamiiu nor mineral nor proteins wui I which to build and regulate hi- body and the child whose nutn the a itU lo i'.U. FOR PRIVATE PARTIES banquets phone County 54F11.! East Side Square. The Country p.ub. 103-tf' (3) For Rent jWarm Morning Heater used .than three months -- S30.00 ^o . _ . . . . ,. OR.than new price. C. F. Gidcumb. (9) Miscellaneous 175-3 I tunied mv bac.% on past year only 12 govern-.------· ^ th ^ Studl0 mtnts have acted. Tftey are Aus-i 111 . mJ =.?.",,,,j," AVnrf n ,, t ,, r Canada, China. Doiniracanj Hit. so iou^n a tiv.c, uul iisat inv.rc v.r.a iioir.iiii, no co-jitl ao a window and looked out unseeing!;/ i -. iero v .^ no doui,i. h-j ^u school without breakfast. Three , - Live the reason that they did not the child with low ilike breakfast, one reported a [disease. -.-,; piece of pie for th'e morning meal j .^; and the others stated they did not Sugar Beet Industry i;ct up in time. A substantial breakfast is a must for the growing child. Energy sup- child or resistance to that Millions of dollars arc expended annually by the sugar beet industry for such things as farm and factory COAL AT-B W HORSE AND SLEIGH. SILVER Horse Shoe Riding Ranch, near SW cor. city cemetery. 175-1(4) For Sale i DELICIOUS HOMADE CHILI, j (formerly Knickerboci 1 We have plenty of containers: take located north edge " f r 1 it home bv the quart. Jack'3 Drive- In. 521 West Poplar. 174-2 NEW 6-TUBE ADMIRAL COM- 1 bination automatic phonograph\ radio plastic case $69.95. C. F. Gidcumb Furniture. East Side of These countries have provided, . . . . '! three-fourths, or S115 million out j J; in fJ|J- cHp p c d. precise ' ,,r iho Sln.S million buQ«et COll-:-_ n com ' " 1 /l "- u - l plied by the evening meal the day | mac hincry. trucks, autos. fuel. oils. before is not sufficient to carp- i gas che mi c als, rubber, leather. on the body activities during the othcr metal , umber and ·niuht and last out the next morn- ling. Children who go without cement, paper and tools as wel! n? 35 million dollars for freight ard of the $155 million budget con MARKETS BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS, COL- (Square. umnar pads, ledger sheets, filing j -35 CHEVROLET TRUCK, equipment, filing cases, indexes, j cash. 611 East Locust. index cards. Harrisburg Printers. ____ 22 S. Vine St. Phone 1180W. j THE FOLLOWING GOOD CLEAN ,--Livestock: 166-tf reconditioned Chevrolet cars and; H Ogs ],ooO: j LIVESTOCK 8200 i ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- · YARDS. Jan. 24.--UJ!»--(USDA) market on sidercd the minimum necessary Nine ocher countries have tied their intention of coming in, : bui haven't formerly ratified. j In the meantime, the lory Commission---I'CiliO--is mi, what little it can. ",-' Squeeze all emotion out of them. i v t " .. . . « · . . . ;«.. *··· ^^ vJon L ict lon time foi a trucks: '42 Chev. 1-2 ton pick-up | v .-ci"hf hogs 130 to 240 Ibs.. steady: COAL. S6 TON DELIVERED. 520-truck. '40 Chev. 3-1 ton pick-up. ! top S2 s ; butcher hogs 250 Ibs. and W. O'Gara, Tel. 1040W2. s 174-2;'46 Chev. 2-ton truck. "41 Chev. j u p 25 to 50c lower: packing sows ;town sedan. *40 Chev. town sedan. ;5Q C lower than early Friday. in love with him ior a and we had been engaged- long time. But he would:: i · me until he was maKin^ ci -:--, | «·*£**£ LTn-.is-S 0 V", ,.»c ul ,,= ^Sn?( a ,ia C n;'^ 5 !S«,?in dt ov=,. as and v,, -1 rtflrti-l h?ic Hoon lf KliiCU. lib principal efiort has been to, *"»·«· ht lhat %voul(i bc C nouc:i. set UN members to accept pro--, V; p £ t he XV ould be iatisfisd i-ortunate quotas of refugees incy- *,. 1 "^'^ 20-Year Military Pad Signed by 1 175*1-to" Monday. Compared with close ' ' last week, good and choice t Hungary, Romania j Found Dead BUDAPEST. Jan. 24.-- r.K'_ .Frankfort, Believed Hungary and Romania today sign- L c ...£i:i« cd a 20-year friendship -and mili-lVlCfim Ot ^CUttlC - AVEST ^ANKFORT, 111.. two Local Boys n re red in Fisher Auto Contest Harrisbwg boys arc listed , jjjjjrc h^ to grieve r s . . After-- he was killed, there the" matter of his estate. His so". crnmcnl insurance and all ifcut lo be scU'.ccl. 1 founc'. out tr.cn t.w. he had married someone else ..I'M. ore he went overseas. A v.om^ mint- 1 choice vcalcrs SI higher: replace- nmons; \ouths from throughout the i rr.cnt steers steady. Tops (or the Ucck: choice 1120 Ib. .vtccrs S32: : t o p good 938 Ib. yearlings. $?.0: i choice TsOO Ib. mixed ycarhncs. lot mixed. S29.2.X s lor." Slates entered in'the lW8i cv J nw ^ rl * d 'a*round"and iaccd r.im. Kishcr Body Craftsman'* Guild conipt-Jitioji for designing and b:;j'.din^ of model automobiles, the Dclroil iirm reports. just look:ns at m-.- The commuted both gov- i 4 rcccntl bulls. S21 and he was Locking at me intcntiy. r« roallv were to'inS u I cried pasfionalely. "1 1:511 age all movements which prevent aggression and to peace all over the world. im "The" two governmental dclcga t'ons reached complete accord on all maior questions," a formal an-: aW. "The agreement 1 n important factor in ance of peace in ««! Basin ^nd the BalkaTis. ; delegaUons have tt WcndshiP in an alley a half- ·Mock from his home, apparently i f] TM steers. S Sheep none. Compared t week, lambs v.ith .n c victim of . o]icc '" Da the ;]cd a scuttle late last, lo g] lower: other cla.^cj. scarce-, little changed: top \\oolt-d Inmb ,cm -v. -- o f . for the week S26.50. paid froc-ly ( . n L Frankfort fa^v Monday: bulk goon HTIC\ C!.OH- f.ir at first to have week. $25.50 to S26.30: ^.c.'Jium to but Police Chici good. S22.50 to $25.50: cull :o «.- discounted the mur- dium throwouls. Slfi lo s20. fcv. examination show- culls down to S12: £oo;i a,id chox.o n the body :hal lambs ^with^ No. 1 jc!; nn'3 ir.]] : clipped. S25.25 to $26. rr,c-dr,:rr. ;o was "ir.ciinod S«od "o. 1 to fill shorn. $2-; 75: Thc local entrants arc: Bob 1 w} , cn j lrjc d tp H;;ntcr. .Ir.. 703 Webster, and Ra- i- vc " nc vcr been crazy. There- \\a r. i no vhin« to live for--thnt \\.is i' Guild is offering ' ^j v W h 0 ] c Hie was t:cd up in in.-,1 tol«il 01 S65.000 in av.ards. hiclud-! ^'^ ^uddcnly 1 tound that cvoi.-' in,; ci^ht university scholaihips. j jj.j n r everything 1 had built n..10 4 .3jc Jxiys who doi.sn and build . ,jj t on simply wasn't there. V(.. Irse hot model cars this year. En-1 ^^ undci^tand that. car. ou , . - n u n i 1 rants are tx-lwcen the ages of I2jxobody can." r .'.ml 20. and arc divided into junior % a ybc I c " S C f?TM alliance, peaceful dtj R»tarf,a^ "^rtoT^n^odiTM, to £«-! »»«:;,i .^c.rta^ '«TS5'J5fBSS. * M^r Sa«Si$W^ «3 S %% can. he snid. ;md senior divisions. Thc Harris-! | C an." Irjrij onlran!s will compete first j$ c wailed for rnc to :~et for tne 14 .-tale av.ards offe.-cd inl^yscif. ir.inoi.s. The top junior and senior ' \\Q \\aitcd and he sr.v.lcd r. \Mrsners thcr. wil! vie with other' 3cprccatmgly and he lijtc« boys from neighboring states for, *,tif( right hand in an aw.v ro^ion.'.l honors, and -50 regional j gesture. "Maybe t'is will receive free trips tojcomparison." he said , __ ^ T *"» . _: i j ^. n _ .. ^ ._ « . A. » 4 A. « _a i^ ^.. ^.« ·% ^ i f t l r * i ' ^jt a so.tis. ir.i; sues. ody had I t he said. lccn loft,undisturbed, 1 n.edium O: some medmm the national Guild convention to compete for one of the eisht uni- oue, so jo voi-Mlj- Kchoia^hip. '.' t;oo,l a t ! Deadline for shipment of models is ,Iulv 1. hand is just a little thing. But r. helps me to undcrslar.d. 1 '- :,rtis1 artist, people , before this happened. I had a future, too. Now I'm just a co?. thev hnd lo JOOK lor ir.otiM:s m i g vht bao. 'rounoi- 2iut iii tilt- relationships 01 iiX' people l l i \ O i V O J . j ] And v.iicn : .':cy iour.d Uvj r:g:it' i n:otr»e. tiu-y'u Knov. v.lio t;;c kilicr. U h e o.iiy irojol'j in tni ta^o v.as that there" \.c'ix- too i.:a::y .!-.O.:VL.-. ' i JOHN'S STANDARD SERVICE w i l l be closed all day today because of iluUJu''"'^'^^/"'.!.^!^- Sa i";i the funeral service of Mrs. John Cuth- tSe'Soii'vc" " c : h " J . d Ul ^| bertson, grona'mother of one of the pro( t o ic C«Ki!;nac:« i§ K prietors, John ."Sonny" Cummins. h.vyA^t', 8i r% 5*/^r5* *-*^'^5%^S 12 t^SLJwl \,«-;6»i;3i s l ' S * £ * s I B I?S !^A'('5il W^^i^ L ill nysi avUvsiii ] i W!!!i 6!r! Prodigy j s.\:; j": \xci-co. .*.j:i. 21-- ''· :'. }.i "";·- ij.-.c::: ....:r. Co.--'.:':'iC i l ?.l:'v^. '··iu- lix.'isi"riC.vd li-y^.-r-ol;: j ,..ac-..u'/iiiiv 1. ":...T dj.:"r.c the j r'.'-r.uc-cJ! :.."./" pr.)..:_ . v.?i-k :or.^ :-.:.:i*. ci'- * p;cv. :;.;---il a ; rciJr.-.::.a:y ncar:^,-: !r v by or. t/.an.vs i .(ir"'ib'.4:r^ '·'· '.::c dc-' i.! ir..t,'*H'. *1 a '.^!!.o.\ ^c-.'r."i.i"n ~L \ . . . . I U L C Vi'eiK. lf!! yiov old '..}.:' ^ .ill v.:i.:.i .lactic s ;c:-.5 s i n e v.:i -. -·;..; irccd o: »i7."j.ar cli.'.i' v--, k --ic.'.Mi' a.'cr a -, i , . . -.'.;·! cx^:.'. i '.'·/·"· '·'- ·:':c;i '.hi- · : I". 1 - ii'p. li.Ti'rj;': J-'.L' h .· no nr.- :;j,:"i 'cls "'·i.^ii.'o ^ :'.!i 'i«'»31--. i .M. ).-.;-,. .1 .·:. t' i. I- ila.-ro. .-·;';::::; :.-. :i.\?r.- ] : c-- rJ. .v:d ·..:t:i| :(·,'-..·' : . ( . ; . . i i f j i :ha". ho l-iiod io -i.::v'i 'in.v. ··!r.- c.ri'/M'K- i - ·.: i ci-:i:'if ..tr.t-y f t '-,;r!-. .Mr,'- ?"·"·-. .'·:·: i i i » c a r o l d r.i^hl s]'-,i ( T :·'',·· ,:"i" '.^r. "·«-· hoi'* Jor - v - . r ^ ' . r i . J;T *"j tii 0 1 r "» car-olfi i j.' ··.'-·:,!'. : ' , c'^ri.o.- r-. ^c\0l.:] J :.;·· ]",.-· .,,-!;. '.o :-ay.-. ·. - : j . r - , c t.'».'r«-..-l rf :,n;''.-:-tc. ,-:,! -.or :-,-:.r.'i': -. .!../-.:c c.-'.rr- ; c : .;.v u-M M V.oKs \.av. "4cntk- ^:.;ir.ly ..^2 :"i-'f' i'."i:"u ihu ;:ircJ (' \^ '".hry J.;T - . t o o t h e r . \ j Volume Of oi.TCk IVppCf Thc average Arrcr.cr.n ,^cs ;v., WE m HELP YOU BUY A HOME i ! ! Whether you've fousid or arc still looking for tins' home you want . . . whether you're plattninj: to build the home you've always dreamed of ... there is one item you won't want to overlook: A visit to The Harrisburg National Bank to discuss the best \vay to finance it. I We can offer you not only a sound, economical i financing ijlan. but the friendly advice of a local i bank which has had years of experience helping 1 customers with buying and constructing property i in this community. And that can bc worth a great * deal to you. I | Come in to see us -- won't you? 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