The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 30, 1948 · Page 4
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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Friday, January 30, 1948
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FOUB THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., F R I D A Y . J A N U A R Y .".0. 11M8 CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines j j Notices |(4) For Sale .(4) For Sole (Continued) NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT OF {T- CLAIMS .; Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Sadie Lena Hill, Ad- ministratrix of the estate of Alon- 20'HUl, deceased, will attend be- fort the County Court of Saline County, State of Illinois, to be '--* j -* 1U ~ Court House in FLORENCE ARE SERVING HO- E. Homer. COAL. COKE, kail City Coa» -. Gchsh DJicate^cn. open A N D K I N D L I N G - every nicht until 9 1BO -Yard. Tel 55 K l . 132-U ilC**« * * "W *J*f%vwm Z. i C : H . ,, 8-ROOM FULLJf MODERN: at the Court House in Har- apartment. 1 -' Price S9.000. ^.rg, in said County, on the IUU1 ' -- · -- · · It Monday in March A. D. 1948 |_ A Ht, on the 1st day of March i for the adjustment of all ' i against said decedent, persons having claims 'COAL. QUICK DELIVERY. TED .Price Coal Yard. Tel. 1143R2 , LUliKlCATi:.\ K. Dunn. Salinr aaaitist said estate are hereby no tiffed and requested ' -"-- *' M 132 :i , lid to attend Court on 'said day for the of having the same ad,,,,,,,, and any person indebted i "said estate is requested to make payment to the under- I PORCELAIN TABLE oil stove, also Char- Oak coal heater. 406 S. Cherry St., Tel. 602W1. * 180-1 1936 DODGE: ALSO. PEIlFEC- ;tion oil heater. 408 W. SoutJh. RIVER CATFISH. BONELESS, ' at Scoodys all this week and Sunday. 210"E. Poplar. 180-2 this 29 ,h day of January ffiE LENA H.LL c A N U s l o K L.rt e Coa,. Tel. 256. FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTH- er washer parts. Service on all makes. \\Yiliams Appliance Co K Poplar. Pho Ii46\\. 123-tI o,L T t : Don'Scott, Attorney. " u--t .- 180-- Refreshed Yes, Let's Be ALLEY OOP FIND CCNTACT . LET UD RETIRE Tc? THE PW TEA AMlP GOAL AT B W -MINE NO. 2 i Fiprmerly Knickerbocker M i n e ) jp:ated north edge of Carrier Mills. fi C. ·' "* V ' In Memoriam ·"- 'in'- loving memory of our dear mother and brother who passed iy'in January. Mrs. Louis Dar- Jtwho passed away January 5. and Dr. Fred Darnall who .^d away January 30, 1945. P; Sadly missed by . Glen (Mabel) Empson s. 'Arthur (Pearl) Hancock - *iso-i QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds KIMBALL PIANO. GOOD KE\- _ board and finish. 51 in. high, good {Jut U u r cond Elmer Ammon. piano tuner. See at Henry Ammon's. 6 m . SW of H'bg. near Cam. -180-j. 1936 CHEVROLET COACH, GOOD condition, cheap. 511 W % Poplar. 1 /b-o CATFISH. BONELESS. at-'Scoody's all this week and Sun- E. Poplar. 1802 ' ,'' In Memoriam ' In" loving memorv of our dear country four, years ago January missed by fa'ther, mother. and sisters. 180-1 Services "Don't stand in iron 01 it. Aivin It was advertised in tne Register Want Ads to kill insects!' CALENDAR REFILLS AND NEW calendar pads. 'Harrisburg Pnnt- 99 S; OR RENT: 350 ACRES OF LAND with good improvements. Renter must have sufficient equipment to handle a farm of this size.- Most,, of this land has been treated and will produce If interested see Julius Eons, owner, at Harco, Sa- .ir:e Co . Illinois. *180-3 BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS, COL- umnar pad;., ieciger sheets, filing .equipment, cases, indexes. - ~ 2 X cards Harrisburg Printers, "s Vine St. Phone 1180W. 166-tf (3j Wonted , TAX SERVICE. R. well, . McDowell Grocery, and 5" IS VIOLIN. GROVE NITE Club. ^O-tf COOLERATOR. PRACTICALLY new. Elbert Langford, 20 East Park. *179-2 TO BUY 50 SINGLE ACTION discs, 12, 15, 18, or 21-ft. John Deere, I. H. C., Roderick Lean, new type David Bradley. Massey Harris* or Minneapolis Moline. Writ*; G. R. Borg, Biggsville, 111. Pho. 38F4. *170-24 Wanted r Co.; "Chevrolet Sales «d A Z ce"- 12*/-tf ~ w H work. Must have experience and references. Applv 322 S. Main. ^ . r , r ,, rao-tf «OVJNG -- LONG OR SHORT 2 REGIS roiLD J'i.^/rJV'^oV ,..,,,-a f . r , v --7^; S»«^Sto?S "A Sr^d ll Lh^:£ars ^ SSS^n^H^SSi M^r ^ed.5aSurg Transit t Co,'JR^ey near Hamburg Coan- gales Xash Sales and service Til. SI " ' * ' " · ' '127-tf :ry Club. i ' d ' a i' 8 ' 3 VACUUM CLEANERS ARE OUR only business. G. R. Buford. CH Hall Bldg., Mt. Vernon, 111. 132-tf Pi^ir, LINK UP O'^',, 1 Jin s V, ri iXn ' l0: " ii \vallp«ptr Co. ^ 1 Distr ict Sales Manager J.^V:- To hire, train and manage route ^^--^ salesmen in this locality for one THAT'S WHY I DID ITI MEVER KNJOW WHUT VOU MIGHT OW.' THAT FAR FROM TH' POOR ANJP HE THIMKS I PUT IT THERE TO WIPE HIS FEET , V ON/ YOU NEVER WL I KNOW WHAT A FATHEAD MK3HT DO.' T. M. REG. 0. S. PAT. OFF. COPR. 1M8"BY"HEA SERVICE. THE: WORRY WART n XA/-II- Young Widow and By W.lhams Three9Children Burn to Death British Wartime Air Chief, 28 Olhets Missing in Plane LONDON, Jan. 3 0 . -- u j p i _ t Marshal Sir Arthur CoiiinKhj!!, wartime commander of allied ta tical air forces, and 28 otlu-i D,! sons were missing toc!a\ j w , a transatlantic plane behind diu, about 400 miles east of 1 the British South AmnuMii ways announced. The BSAA. operators of I t R ,. dor transport, said Comiu,hdin v among the 23 passengcis .md ' crewmen aboard the plain- it | a ' was heard from at 11 p m IK m. EST) yesterday. The passenger compli-ini'M v,made up of 16 Britons, one- s«i,? two Czechs and four · statel^ persons, according to tlu- rt , tor( j. of the line. The transport \J piloted by Capt. D. Colb Coningham was the oiil\ p ro . inent Briton aboard. He comma'" ed the first tactical air forie u French North Africa in 1943, 2r j the second tactical air lorcc 194445. He was made an mar in 1946. , Ten American supei fortren i from Bermuda were sluittlm^ o\e; the area east of Bermuda wh-' the transport was feaii-d do.v the BSAA reported. N'mrenx 1 ships'ip the area were elicited join in the search, it addi-d i No sign of the plane had w 1 found" this afternoon. ·a is'I 1 MOKRISTOWN. Ind., Jan. 30-- r.K-- A young widow and three of he- five" children were burned to death today in their rural home. The victims were Mrs. Norma Bunch, about 35 years old. and her children, Judy, 6: David, 3, and ' The plane was flying fiom Azores -to Bermuda. found their six-room house enveloped in f ames a e tins morning. Ihe charred bod- ics. all except one huddled toge h- cr. were found in the smoking ruins. The children's father died only a few weeks ago. The Daily Kegister, 2uc a week, Tomorrow Last Day To Withdraw Nomination Petitions ! Saturday. Jan. 31. i.s the day to..withdraw petitions of n _ _ nation " foi the coming tlcciKi pccqrdin" to an annouiucmcni t; County Clerk Don B Garrw. Mr. Gacrison stated that the clerk] ', office would close at noon ;. i morrow, the usual SaturJa\ c',« ! ir.g time, but tnat he or one f i the deputies would be a\ailat' at any time. CAR -WASHING. SEE ORv ,t Saline Motor Co. 132-U 2-RM. UNFUR. APT., UPSTAIRS: OR TRADE FOR 2-RM. UNFUR. APT., UPSTAIR-. UK IK.TM r w . SMALLER (6) Eir.pIoyment_Wantc_d_ lights, water, heat: no children; property: 7-rm. semi-moo, nouse. -- - H , K x G I N G n i A N K $2S /m o. 105 E. Ford. 180-2 614 N. Granger, Tel. llnR. '180-2 i A.^^A i£.c*ln tel 120". VI ---'. ··· --· :--~~. ...., T · ~" ""' i.V- FUR. APT.. HEAT. BAT II. 320 LARGEST W. Walnut, tel. IOS9R2. 372-tf 2-RM. FURNISHED APARTMENT. B» Loagtey St. ^1 jVsfTii^ROLET STANDARD. ·SLEEPING ROOM. PRIVATE EN- 4 new V rcs ,-._ rad l?:,.^ al ":i i n trance automatic heat. iSouth. Pht). 14f)V,'l. t I^j JLJl^* "X l l t » « *.*A^«^» ··- -- - · - . . ~** 11 \V. also, gabardine, belted style rain- ---180-2 coat size 38. never been worn. (7) tost ci-r^n ;oo fharles Pvle Jr.. be-. . MARKETS V,UOb Ol«.^- w- · · -- -L 517.50. See Charles Pyle Jr.. be( __ fore 1 p. m.. Carrier Mills. 180-2,^ p o u n c j stove. Inquire Mrs. ! , telephone 95 cr 462R. 178-3 gloves. -- Office. Register 180-2 STOCK . : S"^ Sfe 56 ""^ (9! Mtacllanco-7 -TARDS. Jan. 30.-U.P.)-(USDA) D ~ UCIOUS BARBECUED RIBS. C O V L AT B \V MINE NO. 2 -^Livestock: Take them home by the pound, ^'formerly Knickerbocker M in c) ;Hogs 10.600: salable 8.000: un- j ack . s Dr ivc-ln. 521 West Poplar. . ocalcd no: ;,, cd-c of Carrier MiUs.. .even: weights 180 to 270 Ibs.. 2o 180-2 172-12 .to 50c lower than average Thurs- _ day; heavier weights. 50 to 75c CO .\L AT B W MINE NO. 2 ._-., i.,~«. r ., c f5on ·idi-er: under 180 Ibs., uneven, av- VJJVmcriy Knickerbocker M i n e ) (10) in^.rucnon eraging steady to a shade lower. locatc d north edge of Carrier Mills. pi vrTRONIC?--RADIO Sows. 25 to 50c off. Bulk good 1*2-12 ·=· v mv QN - YQUR CA . and choice 180 to 250 Ibs.. S26.50 START NOW UJ HcSronics to .$26.75: top sparingly S27: 250 DELIC iOUS HOMADE CHILI. WE TM* m j£ l ° o ?7nf«SnSS^w -in. inn ihc 52575 lo S26oO: 300 ·. _i«.,»,- «· rvmtninors: lake it »»rue iwu«i »"' ""^ . you can prepare for a real fu).' turc. School approved for G. I. Train- ins. New classes starling every ~~~ ana viiwivv *ov *w ^m «v^.. v «^."" __^--___^ -- . _ ,. j == to .$26.75: top. sparingly $27: 250 DELIC 10US HOMADE CHILI \VE rccr; ini R-d 10 ana ~ 'to 300 Ibs.. S25.75 to $2650: 300 ££r p i cnt v of containers: take it Jruc toda lor in» -- to 325 Ibs., S25.25 to S25.75: 160 hom C bv the oi-art Jack's D*vc- how you can prepare =· -10 .170 Ibs, S26 to S26.75: 130 to JJ^f West Poplar. 180-2 lure to 170 Ibs.. S26 to S26.75: 130 to 450 Ibs.. $22 50 to $25.75: 100 to 320 Ib. pigs, $16.50 to $20.75: sows. -;450 Ibs. down, $23.50 to $24: few. *$24J25: over 450 Ibs., $22.75 to $23.50.' Stags. W ' ( J ' N . h % :»N " machincr-. John Bascp. S nM SQIOOL Street, l^ot:- ·163-- on sale lo make a market. Only buy. $3500.00. . odd head and small lots medium i A ~7 I to good butcher steers and h^'crs. l_ *\ /-- ' $20.00 to $27.50: common and mc- dlom beet GOOD C H **4 uium oeei w»»o, ·«· w »*--*». »TM»- , ..^...-.. ----- , .. , head good cows above. Canncrs ljA sT WEEK OF SALfc. ALL ·a'nd cntters. $14.50 to $17: medium C i 0 thing one half price. CunoMi\ lo good sausage bulls. $20 lo $22.50: c^«^ : Cdod beef bulls to $23: good and "tfioke vealcrs, $26 to $34: common :^nd jnedium, $16 to $26. Gcneral- ' .fy steady in all classes in clean-up ittdnec Grains by 2.4- hsvc a selective c"cc: in weeds'Jn small grair.s. but ]f pu* oj. Senator McKellar Hears Record for Length of Ssrvics as Lawmaker 1 SOCK POCKET. ' Alice Nie^en. top. latest thins t MEMPHIS. Tenn.-- f.E) --The veteran Sen. Kenneth D. McKellar has been a friend of nine presidents. He hopes to equal the all- time record of 36 years service in the United States Senate before he retires from the political scene. At 79. McKellar has outlived all but two of the presidents he knew. He is entering his 31st year in the upper house. \Vhen his present term expires in 1953, McKellar will have equal- led the 36-year record established by the late "Sen. Francis J. Warren of Wyoming. McKellar. however, has served longer than Warren in Congress. -With 31 years already on tap in the Senate. McKellar boasts six years in the House of Representatives. I Of his acquaintances at the! White House. McKellar describes j President William McKinley as a "short, gracious gentleman, quite' stout, with one of the finest faces I have ever seen." To McKellar. President Thco-! dore Roosevelt was blessed with a ' strong character, vigorous and earnest, using his hands a lot when he talked. McKellar lirst mei ^resident William Howard Taft :n 1899 when the latler was a federal judge in Memphis, sent here to clear the docket of another federal jurist. Remembers Wilson Of Wood row Wilson. McKellar reminisces: "The day he went out of office, a feeble and invalid old man. 1 was talking to him as he sat in the President's room at the Capitol. A joint congressional committee headed by Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts, his bitterest Republican enemy, called to ask Mr. Wilson if he had any further message. ' "Wilson's face «as stem and cold as he said very curtly. *No. Chicaso model thank you.' Thus he dismissed displays the some $400.000,000.000. every dollar of which went through McKellar's hands. McKellar and President Harry S Truman served together in the Senate. He lauds Mr. Truman, saying "he has grown steadily in strength and ability." Use of Psper Containers Although developed in 1906. littls use was rri^de of paper containers for milk until about 1935. The advantages of the paper containers are that they relieve the storekeeper of the chore of handling empty bottles and refunding deposits They also weigh less than glass bottles and take up less space. A 12 bottle case of mil's in glass containers weighs 61.5 pounds, while 12 bottles in paper containers weigh only 32.5 pounds. A truck of 1.5 tons capacity can carry 120 cases of mill: in gl'ass or 300 cases in paper. They also require- less refrigeration and i*e less refrigerator cr-aw Don't Take Chances Why take chances ruining your car in winter weather when a thorough check-up at the right time will prevent serious trouble. Particular attention should be-'given spark piu^s. carburetor, ignition points, radiator and differential grease. "WE'LL IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE" DEAN'S GARAGE 626 N. Main St. -. ,, Telephone r6 CHOCOLATES '.:'- Chicago Produc* ', -.- Poultry- Eight trucks: easy to ''/steady; hens 31: leghorn hens 21: Hundreds of Beautiful New Patterns Priced To Save You Money Barter Cr Wilmoth Wallpaper, Paint Glass Co. :$£ ^'«~»i ;1 ? 1 ^Sks r ^^ 5 W. Church .*4i 1-2; dirties 38 1-2; checks J/ i - J WALLPAPER Phono ,104 v.cll. accoidir.r, to the \Vjorr..r-p c\ 1-onrr.cni i*.?tion They l-\:r6 Val 2.4-D spr.iylnp of v.ecd-frcc b^-ey srd spnre whcj' Jri :hc ' Vol stase" significantly depresses v.c'.d. as cnmpnred with ur.trcaled r'o: of these £T3.r,;. Denef.c:al cffccl c! 2.4-D on a weedy s'nrd of crnin ·AOu'id outweigh its Jerres«;ir.s ef feet on gr^in y.cjds :n rr.oy; cases Spr.iyjr.g v.eedy gra^n beca;:se ol wood eradication will TCEJH in rote Ihclv less reduct.oi in cra:n 4Cld« I Impressed by FDR j With the Republican President 'Herbert Hoover, McKellar breakfasted on many occasions at Jhe ·^ in circuit ' irom Ollie Big Tractor Market The American tractor marVci i estimated at 4..'0n.000 farms, c? which many already have ,-cplaccJ a com- ' T ~ X 12 FT. FLAT COAL BED. their ho«es with tractors The v»" a B flat clarinet, Knox Picko-- bcr of tractors on farms is ^-peeler "* ---- " ' - 180-2 to reach three ic;llicn by 1CSO. for carp'ins spare ea.h A scarlet- .»»---- President Calvin So^n .J'TdoiS olTo ncw'Coolidgc while al the same mad Soffev eSe ' ^ olcl whc " Cooh ^ c w:s VICC prcs ' Serve as Baby Sit'cr? Scouts are 3cirniis UiiT active citizenship can .md docs begin at home ar.d can best be expressed through service Irs'.ead of resting or. their record of more lhan 15 mil- l.on hours of wrr work. Girl Scouts todr.y arc slill as hosvilal aiacs. baby sitters, ranger and farm o.dcs. There are n-orc than 40 difTerer.t kinds of jobs in Girl Scouting, ranging all the way from sharing a hobby with a single troop, to working with the world-wide movements on international friendship projects. To McKellar. the late President 'Franklin D. Roosevelt was "by all 'odds, the most remarkable man I lever knew--and. before his crip- line infirmity, a handsome, stal wait six-footer." Under Franklin D. Roosevelt, McKellar was first acting chairman and later chairman of the Senate appropriations committee during almost the entire war. In that time the government spent · BUSY BEE · KOLLINGSWORTH'S · JOHNSON'S · SCHARFFT'S Mary Love II Chocolates 50c and $1.00 box We will have a large selection of Valentine candies ** * fresh from the factories. ·- OW'S North Side of Square SPAPFRf "SPAPERJ

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