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January 31, 1948

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RAGE-SIX TIIE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., SATURDAY. JANTAUY IP1S FIED ADS Charge,Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each/insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines (1) Notices I (4) For Sale j(4) For Sale (Continued) -. · ~ ; ..,i i rM PT nuwvrir nit '1041 RI1ICK R-VD10. HEATER. COALAT M««^^ rth edge of Carrier Mil s. 1 *9 ?· Hoinci. 1*3 truck, tncaj .^ Grangcr _ 18M 172-12 i ~ ** north Washington Column By Peter Edson NEA-Registcr Correspondent i ! C O A L COKE. AND KINDL1NG.I ' * * niVER CATFISH. BONELESS.'- c "" City M Sfnndv's all this week ar.d Sun- i __ __ dav 210 E Poplar. 180-2 ! A LEMITE LUBRICATION SER- · ' ! . ,'vice. See K. Dunn, Saline Motor FOR GUARANTEED RADIOED , Cc. appliance aiNL» MiNUL.H\vJ. ---- .,,,,,,.,,.,,-. ,m Yard, Tel. 55R1.1WE ARE N0\\ SERVING HO- 132-tf! made chili, sandwiches and coffee. Baptist lu o. p.istor Sunday school" U a in : Oscar (Cable. s'upi'imU-iKlenl. · ! MOIT.IMI: w o r s h i p 11: pastor '1 i . i ' i i i n n I'liiou G p. m . Mad'-ic Don's director. 1 \ o n i n u \ \ o t s h i p 7: ev.mgcli.slic 'senni' and special music, w i t h the Ipas'i'i 1 h n n m n u tho mes»:i):e. i l - \ o r \ o i K - is mvitod and urged 'to .ittuul these services. CS $o WASHINGTON -- (NBA)--Most j p.il.uia and Kalekh Methodist- political dopestcrs in Washington! j. !·;. Turr.ock. MILLS Our ' south side of street enters Route 4o. l i l l i l U V t l I I i l . i*M I I V* " · * · · · * · * ' " I / U 1 1 1 1 V 4 1 1 » * \ / i f ^ V r ^ ' V ^ . » W · · · . - » - · » · « » . ^ , » V * - t ^ J ^ J'^, l ( , ( l * l 1 l / X ' * * | F » » 4 . - » » . » ' Chili and sandwiches to take home. p rc ,bably figure that General Eisen- 1 ··( L \ ! rry Your Bible to Chu:-cli." Golish Delicatessen, open until 9 j hywer's'selt-scratch from the presi- i-;\oiiina evangelistic soivice to,, , 'vice, isce A.. J^uiiii, juiiuc i.ivw* every night. 180-- , ( » e n tj a i i- ac e leaves the Republican ' n j«.;u at 7:30. Kev. O. F. NVhitluck. NTEED RADIO A N D C c . . 132 ' u -- -- -- _ ' j nomination open f o r either Taf; 0 ,~.' (J| , nct superintendent will ·Diir Dhone UZZLE i " 1540 D 0 D o E o-PASSENGLK i . . Dcwe y. But a few free thir.K- ; b r i n ,, ,|, 0 mc^ai-i-. and fo lowms: P 54R3 CARRIER - V/ASSON COAL AND STOKER. C0 upe. cheap, excellent condition. er;: j, cre ai - e \vond?ring if thci'L 1 l t h e ,,, T;K .hinu service, he will con location' is on the - Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 256. 132-tf! Craig's Texaco Station. Stonetorl. j niay nol ^ c somo \ vay for the Pro-' tlm .,' t j u . business of tlie lourth U S 45 where M a i n ' -- ;-- ~ ~ I . m ' 1 ;giessives in the Grand Old Party quju ., or i y meeting. \^. »j. *« ....*,»». - v w - « f*wr*C* !?«» l^An T^av^TmlHc , · · - - * _ 1_ * I - , . ^1 ,-.«.U» n » ^ i ^ - t r J i - *i*\f * . , . i . . . i _ _ _ i .-\ .'in .. ,^. r \ K i ; o \ l \ ! . K . I l l . .l.m. :Jt~- ')'!:·· "IH-W ci\di/:'.tion" i:. i ;our.', lo s-.u.-p lu-loro it m a n y ol the tra- d i t i o n s oi ilit' past, unless a eon- ci ) :· c i l o n i- undt- to preserve i l l - l u l k M. «;-. r,-.,:.u- ,:'u! dance* ,)· i;. ( . p., i V s . .;:r.ih Gertrude K.'o'.i I".-; ti. r ..'.!·: (''tvctor of the \\.HO'.;:i 1 o!k l-'otiv.d. told a i'ioii;i of S o u t i K ' i n Illinois Univer- s i t y K t c u l t y lien* Thursd.iy. Sho drsi-n'.H'd the f o u n d i n g of li-e N a i i o n . i l Folk K^ival 14 \vv.-s . 'o 01.d .-.)id lh.il group* 110:11 SOUK- a," st,:tes w o u l d present I up,. s-o'Ks. i.:ii.-ic i'l-.d 'Luces at t h e nai!;·::.'! u-sii.-.d t h i s year, to be held ir. Hi. i.cr-.is April 7-10. S!K i i i c ('.e.uoi-r.'itie nu- By Ken Reynolds NOTICE 0." 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 Counts- Court of Saline County, Illinois, and that claims may be iilea 'against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. HARRY MOORE, Administrator. LYNNDON M. HANCOCK. Attorney. 16J In Memoriam giessives in iiiv: MIUHU viu i mi.» '· "^TTX-C- P 'x'~^rn i t o Srab the elephant goads anc. %1 "(;'a'ratia Stmd:.\ r schooi 9:30 a. m., COAL. QUICK DELIVERS. TED| go p i ac es. It is an interesting. 1 j H j ac ' K son. superintendent. T^._" .. _ f* -. _ i \ *r.«»j-3 T^rvl i 1 *1X \\.' ^ . . . . . · f . . . . « _ . A »·« ^ * « » I ^ k « - « t ~ l % i 4 ··\c^. - - · * . - * . . ^ . Price Coal Yard. Tel. 1143R2. t °veif if extrcirely long-shot. PO Haieigh Sunday school 10:30 a. Kelly Murray, superintendent. When the Republican National ture of tlv \r.:.-rkan tolk fe.-li- \ , l ;:u/.ciUi."U. winch di-pencls- en- urciy on v . i l u n ' u : » y i)aiiicipation. m co'.iira-l to tin- movements in many Hurope.:n couiUrii-s. which has 'been hVjhly nationalistic in aiui o t t c n have been at :ar;'r. covernmont-siibsidi/- South. · Slasscn O f Minnesota. Gov. Earl; ^^.,,1,,,, service at Raleigh 9:30 ----- Warren of California or any of * m . pastor preaching. i ^X-T-TT-OC ' t h c progressive Republican mem- · A , t ' rn \ ir , service at Galatia RIVER CATFISH. BONELESS., bers of Congress. It was all T a f t ' i at Scoody's all this week and Sun- · Ol . D C \vey. day, 210 "E. Poplar. 180-2 _ tradition that . ,, v ,. GOOD BEAN HA\. !gen. Raleigh. "When Alvin finally came home *·« ··'^·"·""~ I » » I J V l l - ».! » ! * * i l l l * * * * ^ v***»»v- u v - » » » ' - In loving memory of our dear: j as t night he had a chicken, three HI L\/V Liln *i*t*****'*rf ^^ fc ** itii^it *· J^., i t i » * x , *.v-^-» -- - - ,, _ _ _ sister, Mrs. Ada Stewart, who pa.so-, horseshoes, a milk bottle and a ,, JTRATER " PRACTICALLY cd away February 1. 1947. | midget -- got them all. ^he s a i d -inew-' 9x1" Administer Reshe- ,, u -I*, .,,.. ! w i t h a Register V a n t Ad! ; L .^ c ' { Michael Reshe- Our hearts still ache with sadnc.« ; __ 'ter RFD 1 Hb« "ISO' 2 Our eyes shed many a tear. BASS VIOLIN". GROVE NITE , ter - Ktu *· n °°' icd alone knows how we miss M«;ciub. 18 °- tf nR RPN T . osn , ' Gcd As ends this first sau year iiv ^ service at 10:43: pastor preaching. EMiiiaeliatic service at Galalia ~ ( Oh. yes--ana John Brickcr of p ni 'old fashioned service in ~ n \ v KVT '* Ohio - ' lts a GOP tradition that SOI1! , sermon, praise. M R i - lhe P art - r ' leaders--not tne people; i r3e r meeting at Galatia \Ved- '· -- nick the candidate. Wenacll nesdav 7 p. m. L " ! ~ service at Raleigh Thurs- xe. Bring _ _ . i n our new c ^" Bible series. _ ^ Bricker is the man many j ! party big-wigs would really like; j to see a"s the radiator ornament on the machine. ! t. T ,,..^ - * » » ^ * r p \ r » A-STT* FULL LINE -MAYTAG AND s -.se tho real basis for the movement is the fun which the pr.rtioipaiits got out of sing- in-.: and c'.jr.c-.ng and playing music." siie cioclarcd. "But folk festivals bring together people re-enacting the folk- wr-ys ar.d folksonys of the varied nationalities which go to make up our Air.cncan people -- Indian. Spanish-American, English. Gorman French. C/ochoslovakian and others--if'id st'ch regional groups ;is cowboys, miners, lumberjacks, cc-ton pickers, levee workers. "In tiiis way \ve help to bring about an appivciation for the many !';.cets of our A:r.eric.m culture, and a better understanding of the c'.'.lune oi ether countries. She tirsc-d the development of I l l i n o i s folk festivals, as ;i mr-aiis ol prc-cmr.g the wide raiv,e of tra'M'jons represented by the people of t h i s area. Ml Esjpe Jumps Track, Hits 3 Antes I N D I A N A P O L I S . .l:-n. :U n ' A railroad y.ird engine j u m p e d I In- t r a c k todiiy and p'u\m! i n t o tluro a u t o m o b i l e s w a i l i n g l o r it to ck'.'i' .1 city street crossiiu'.. The d r i v e r ' oi one ol t h e car-.. KoK'it U'l'.l'-r. 2(. I n d i a n a p o l i s . sv;i, k i l l e d , ai.;! six other roi .on--. HK'Iudiiu; iW iiu-mln-is ol the engine f r e \ \ . wore inj'.irrd. The engine t i r s l sidcsuiped a i-.ii- driven by .Jesse Buck. 47. St. Paul. hid. Buck and his wile were u m n j i i n - d . Then il striu-k a car operated by Joseph M- K a m b a u d . 2.5. Indianapolis. Kambaud and three passengers in his car. Dak- B."i'; roll. -H: James Smithers. -5(1. aiui JC.-M' Mills. 25. all ol Indianapolis. \\c'T h u r t . The engine then loll over on it* side on tope ol Lcliler's car. (.rusiunii h i m in the wreckage. IK 1 was dead w h e n an enicigciu-y squad reached him. The injured t r a i n m e n were Maurice B. Rces. 41. Indianapolis, engineer, and Darrell K. Kov.li'- 41. Indianapolis, lireman. All the injured were taken to St.. Vincent's hospital but nope w.is believed seriously h u r t . Tin- D.'ily KOV.ICI-. ·;'!,· h\ i ,ir':-T I' '··'. i! \\ MONUMENTS OFCHARAC1L 7 : I'ricc.-; \\ '-y i ; - - . s . - . ii i i * i ·,j lv ml) Ictus The cardinal was ci'a^cn as UK- Illinois state bird in 1!)0). The vsolo: was selected as tho sLi'.e {'.o:: LT a:ic.' t h u oak as the state tree in ll-OV -,.. i, \. ' :*??i (CC. u h n n e i « l 1:1'.) o i h Sirt'ol K!,!}'.)KAJ)( Marion Cxme" Count v 2GI-':J Still has some nu-re htm I'oi- lie will I)i' :it h i - !i':me ! u n t i l all r* it * ""· V /5 Ccl! Ci' D »-v Ilonu- A!i se !'tn ;·;'!''ui''.\ ahr."^! vi.' "rorii ?) a, m. U"!i! .·' r- ui- :).;v Sunr5.iv 350 ACRES OF LAND OJV/ It is exactly this prospect which Sadlv missed by her sisters «r ! (2). Business Services ; OR TRA DE: 1942 NASH 4-DOOR . U K MK.-\L1L.: If*^. iN-^ori -i-uwwi^ . 'sedan with 1946 motor. S900. 518 (5) Wanted .West Lincoln. 180-3 ' over a candidate. But who? .continent. "v'hnno" ViRnw Here is a real opportunity for. They hoped his death would rnone 1 ·"«"»· the po il.takers. H tne voters oi'have the opposite effect--th::i of the country could express their'sobering and restrainms Hindus- "'· preferences", the results might star- and ^loslems and bringing calm W R E C K E R SERVICE phone 69, nite phone 214B. Saline Motor Co., "Chevrolet Sales «Kt; I S 4 7 XAS1 : 300. ^ _.... Service." 12l " tJ -! miles: 1940 Xash 4-door seaan.. 0 c .i m ar. Hbg. · r e r , ,Ue the paunchy party leaders rignt instead of increased communal · ' oil their perches. violence to India and Pakistan.. a U*I lllcii pciv.iic3. * luiuiii-t: LU i.iiuiu w**vi ^ » . . v . ^ « , . - . iP-XSSENGERS TO P O N T I AC.'. u might show, for instance, tha,. But UN delegates appeared lo ex- V/ITH 9.000 Kjich.. leaving Sunday. 1224 S. j t: ie biggest man in the Kepuohcan pec t the worst. * _i -«^.^-* '1^ , " T T I 31C1.1 T-*_ ' - - - - 5 = - r» \ « « r U . . « U \7**n r* i i . : - _ , 3 TM « * r^s. o ,, o fj \ / 1 . * % "* : " i= c * j fr"? 'ff · ' s Ki \ '^ "LI L* ticiLCU* Aid* A iOUUA ^ A *.fc**^**fc^** ** v 'f J. I \J fc.i. i J.HJ »V L J [*** i/4*» **-* A^i l*V**w^ f »·»%*«··- v^,- j i . 4 5 i t i i _ , i . V j i V j i a i i ^ f c ^ * , , * v v r « *· . » « » ^ *j---- k ^ v . t i i * * * ^ ' * * v » » % ^ » · ^» - - ^^- - - · r- f e L 87 127-tfj . ]Ha r ris or Minneapolis Moline.' backers he is not interested in Hindu and Moslem dominions ' · : - i o p TRADE FOR SMALLER Write G. R. Borg, Biggsville, 111.' the presidential nomination. He: i n c jj a already has told the cour.- iVACUUM'CLEANERS ARE OUK 1 r{v . 7 . rm sem i-mod. house, ipho 38F4. *170-24 \v-il ue * years o'.ct on March zz. c ji it opposes a majoniy-bacti^i only business. 0. K. Ku.ard, City'g^'^. Grander Tel 1177R. -180-2: -'That's pretty well along ior any-. proposal for a Security Cour.ai HaU Bldg., Ht. Yemen, !U. 132-tf :_______f _ ; (s -\ Holn Wanted ne to start being President -- picbi.sc.te to determine whcin- r _ ^ ,\30) neip TTunicu i though Harry Truman will be 64 Kashmir, a princely stale. sh.,!t S. H CAR, WASHING Buriee at Saline -- r'-r-T^TTT · LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL-! VJO; AC. i-^ C'ivV ; vi. in Soulbera niuiois. ^-U VOAIA .me Motor Co. lo--.- ; io ' nal Paint and Wallpaper Co-iJJJMA (2A) Bus. Opportunities i tnougn iiarry ILUIIIIII «m "= "- Kasiimir. a piinix-iv sutu. M.,»,I ^T,^T T7At ^WMTTPAT MOTT^F i on May 8. but Vandenberg. team- j o ; n i n di a or Pakistan. The !;-W f allpaper Co.i^°^ IA ^79\ G ^^r;^ ^ml ed with Stassen or Warren, woulu di ans - contend that Moslem i'- 103-tfi wo / k - Must £ av T GX ,?,o rie c nC lT^n 'b» a hard ticket to beat. va-Jers now in Kashmir .'ir.-t mv:^ j references. Apply ^^ s. ..\iair!. j It Vanden b er g is out of the race, be ejected and the warfare loH- ,1037 CHEVROLET STANDARD. I j progressives feel that the country e( j before a plebiscite cnn re tak- · - ' - = - - - --'··- I--*-- ««-=?-. T,- . - . c i^. vo n otfe.r 'iriisnt fare much worse than by en . District Sales Manager set tling for Stassen and Warren. it was believed bv almost e\ery- jTo hire, tram and manage route wanted vigorous young leader- one here that the slaying of the in this locality for one ^ j p ,_. reat _ Hindu lcad{jr ^ ?Uribut . ·'· * ~ ^ able directly to the Hindu cx- V^; ror rvcui ; . joa lt i.. o^^ u.^~---- v ~"Ti t f n What spoils the chances of these tremist elements opposed to the __ -- ' G O O D LUA1P CO-XL $6 TON DE- Permanent \vork. txceiieni iu- candidates more than anything Indian government's policy of co- 2-RM. UNFUR. APT.. UPSTAIRS: vprpd Tel 1168W 142-t£ lure - Not a t rave | nl S W- TM e lse is the fact that there is no operation witii the subcontinent's ' - ' = " i«erea. iet. zioo . , J t _ o f _ c AtJ sn to 48. i d bloc of progressives in Moslem minority. All members of the V.F.W. :ia«l llic .'v'.r-. arc n^ked lo aitontl (his meet!:-·:;. red bi's wili Psave the T vsic?Gr.3 o: Q 4 JV'V S"«QOV ^/ jp"-o » / » - * f vr T.* «· k «*» »·- v. * C ^P^J-.pf T h o J T j b o ^ i ' V j Ci5rsl5?7- ^ d 1j^ ^ C " * · J £ **J 4 * 4 t^^ '« -r ·* / / ^* a * *- · « » · · · · FOR PRIVATE PARTIES O R ' 4 new tires, radio, heater. S62o; ; banquets phone County 54F11. also, gabardine, belted style ram-| The Country Club. 103-tf ;coat_size 33. never oeen , salesm en in mis IUL-SUHV xu» -- - hin SI (.oO. See Charles Pl_e_ Jr.._a^ , o £ Ae nation . s major companies. tl] P " i Salary and attractive_ overwriting. (3) For Rent ; o r e l 14^-tf mre. Not a travelin Ii-hte water, heat; r.n 'children: ' m ^ u - ^- -- **- u forC ed transfers Age 30 to SB mo. 105 E. Ford. 180-2 - DELICIOU s_ BARBECUED RIBS. jMust have can Only^ober. ~^7., Take them home_ by the .his club. SLEEPING ROOM. PRIVATE EN- trance. automatic heal. 11 W. South. COAL AT B W MINE NO. 2 HI. _ , , ,, _ m _*,._,, U1 no..«^v. -- r - - ^ . Moslem minority. ; ! Must have car. Only sober, mature , » tv There 1S tne marking __ . __ [ men with proof of ability to lead * ch - movemenl in K epublica!i oiy celong 1:1 ir.. ._ .. {salesmen will be considered. All i } 1 delegalio ns. particul- Ne'-v Yon:, tor ,n a .-n^-. K nt. '. ..-. -'replies strictly confidential. Write ^!(°£ th Senate . a nol pledged to DC-AO.V. O.'C. Maxwell. Box 651. Decatun - -- h d toget - nc r, it would The important ;r.i-:t is tlir.l I·;.'.-. in *160-i . . - · . _ , ,, ..,, i^,,«Vi r.ff n mm- is s»i!! a serm of tne -"Id fr.cjnor( 11 mev mo.i;u tu^cm'-i, i. ..v,v^« .r,--' .· . ., , r be impossible to laugh off a com- is still a germ of tne -.Id ,i;.co..o.» SaMasrSfaalw^^r^'gSHHSs "^ · =: ! / - » \ i _ _ ^ '"r i,,«^v,'» c( .ttf Vandenbera and the Repubiican.s s'.cp out cc:::: MA! ! DELICIOUS HOMADE CHILI. W'E ] .. Hampshire, i^uusi; auv.. v/c.v«..^.-. -- _ 1(7) Lost ' o f Massachusetts..Vandenberg and '.nc^epucncan^.e^ o* \ias;2cnust;iu, vttiiucii«Jtic, ^^^ ...^ --;,. v, . ;_. . ' i.-* t .r=ruson of Michigan. Cooper of on the T. u. pat."., i ncy'.v - j - - - HHIi^^^m^^ 1 -r -- « ·» T T " -- TM4- Trt»^l^»* T Rfli.^ 1ft j l n , 521 West Poplar. LI\T;STOCK COUCH. PILLOW BACK. 181-3 (8) Found Toft CaHs for Return to Thrift i:«iain. elief in Livestock: Hogs 450: market steady v.-!t-1 ;-- fridav. Top S27 on ioO to 230 j ft/ Ibs. 'Pigs, steady. Packing sows.! »* 25c lower: top. S23.75. C o m p a r e d ' * a i f t * T^U with close last week. 180 Ibs. "pl^MB! fOf LOIO $1 to $1.50 lo-Acr: IbCMTC Ibs..! rfa i»*- a 9VS - . w w 2Hc to 75c lower: 150 Ibs. do.vr. steady to 25c lower: snv.s. f)Jc' to 75c lower: top for v.eck. o'-ii:. top Friday. S2T; mor-; loii-^OO !i.-.., S25.T5-S26.75. Cattle 150: calves 50 earmarked ^\ t I \**7 · **»····» | » X ^ t M l i l i l a** · · · · « - » Li'pMR MAN'S TAN LEATHER ' By American People · ~i' n ,.»c Tnnniro Dailv Register 181-11 gloves. '.Office. Inquire Daily waiting. They v ; l i a better opportunity to rojOi - . i pr.rty. as progressives, tiiart i i now. The one tiiiiu th~* :-cvr.is moke Harrv Truman the -: t ' i loco- (9) Miscellaneous Register ' book favorite th:t 180-2 LANCASTER. Pa.. Jan. 31--14.' reactionary- Rcpi'l-i-.^n^ Sen. Robert A. Taft. R.. 0.. said n , ; , n s greatest poliiic;;! a.-sc last night that the cost of govern- '·--- ·**-'· --' «·!,,,.-»··.· % jr^^ : " "like Tafl and Wherry. '":.:^ inent °vas the greatest current j, n( j Knutson -- the v- 0 «? threat to the freedom and wel ..j ca ji ers ." ( ^u.-iL. rtt » «. .. .-. ,, - ,,' T tare of the united States. That's why | (formerly Knickerbocker M i n e ) Jn ^ addrcss bcforc lhc Ma au- c!!ns arc l««o«orl nnrin onfo OI Lamer .Mills. , . ! _ . : -- - .- -. ~ ·...· - f -?~.-^~.\ rf£-?* -U/'X. £'-'· ' Vui'fVi 11, ** ^! A - ef p ^··V__^%f^3fe^- : :i4^. / ; i-"- x ^ g^vv '^^ut^?t" : ^^- ""' 4 ; ' : - f ''' "'^V -'-·'--''. ·' V %' "·"· " ^ - ^ / f -^ -'- ":/:'. ^\"^5 ^ X C ' · v ' - - · - - COAL AT B W . located I5v United Press ;jy AnicKviuu^i, - " · . - ' ln an address bcJore tne .wanr.- c north edge of Carrier .MJIJS. faclurers Association of Lancaster, j, '" ." he said there tan be no hope for - ., vc a beginning · foel hjfng chant.-. . .. America if the nation wa-, going Gandhi S Body to "try to find the taxes" to fin- · ·- - ·_" ' ' ar.cc President Truman's S3s.000.- Funerai ryre ooo.ooo fiscal 1949 budget. Taft. a candidate for the Re- from page one) publican presidential nomination. n a .ann easiness o;^ _ u o , c : :··»:. .,, rnqcd across Tcnnc-scc. souin-1 __ -- wrncd thai sumvai of a (re, ° Slly i!^Sr'-^^tn'in. m - crn Kcn l" cky and castward in '° ;around the newly bricked burning cconomv in , his country ck-wan.:; replacement s i e c r s s b a r n un , he Caro ] inas . nlatform for as far as the eye ... ... chan ., c in thc ptin . of MC-V. platform for spread- .. The .-tinging cold wave top lot? j.i,d heifers. 530: mixed vcarlinus. ows. S24: good frood sausage bul vealers. $3^. c Meet falling along tho Mas- under . c: "a change in the pom! of MO" of thc American people." T h e i'T bodv was reverently of spcr.dm- in the yo^is of ;K ihe pvie with %%ood r-.-.v deal, he said. »nnl any ur.K JW and around it. of government spenn.n4. v.as look.,,,.,,. ,-jw «iiiu «»·"» -narrow-minded ar.;l While thc crowdI raised . a_cry: "l^TM^.* "Gandhi! Gandhi! Ganrtni. has Oil Refining PJanr PurchGsed to Supply Farm Bureau Members CHICAGO. -Ian. chase of the Pana sheath of , R.-'in fell south of the slccl area : "-" F ^ " a 'n"unciicnt, a mixture of ss i;.r os tho Gulf but did not ex- j. d ' buUcr ' an d incense, was _ _ _. . , - icrd into Florida. , jwiircd over the pyre. Then DCva- CIO ChiGt I A licht snowstorm swirled (]as faccd toward the sun, now . , across eastern Kansas throucn lowering to lhc west, and began Jo nriurray ^-^ Missouri ,-ind into southern Illinois. cnant ,} lc an cicnt verses of the Welfare Third i; was headed northeasterly to- san^rit Veda, thc oldest and mot vrusiuue I I I J I M ., ,.«i ihc sub-zero temperature ho ]y j^^ o f j nc }|ind«s ; ' The verses committed Gandhi 1o j. ^1 j j t v · ** *·«» ^*'- i" · ·· · · i*or«o 11 n" · \ i "*\. v* v^"««* '**^-'*" »·»··»"··· « - · out "effort to pmidc r^m jj-j t -.r,, ' cr bi)rcni] ^ no ^ thc cods «ho will le responsible j ;;j · ^JiJ.^^"^-,.. ,h,rd-i.-.r: n'Cinbcrs ol JHin:«. )V_ l ./..'.,.,. lk-f was in sight for the cold- for his next reincarnation. '· ~"' c """' - - .. . t .n;ial fuels needed f^r i;..""!·· ' l:i.s been annour.ced i,; »»ois Farm Supply cago. 'Ihc Chicago vnth the Illinois sociation. thc stajlc Firm Bureaus, tral manager oJ rr.ny. said the Pana con, paa v or^^i TMTM% ""^^i^ ^Vn'^hev "touted: "Victor- to ?v,.uld be operated um. .' its Pre- cd tne plan A ^"JJ^^j lhc ^ n d hi! Gandhi still livoV f ,nt name 3l1 d «lh i- P^^'^^n^Uh^STlSSo «o; ,/he multitude watched a, the jx-rsor.ncl. . ^..^-... rom- inr cars mostlv Packards and flames hcked up through tho san- The.iHinois^r^^^.^Com iw^«rs. TM£' ^ Pcnnsy] . d alwx)od pre and seemed 1« ex- jljcsidonti.41 candidacy of Hc:n:« b\ ^ n i n u mo people* .': t." Tc.-.clion in 1he next four \o;.r. 7»1urr.T. said in a broadcast sp Lccion Still Grows S.n^c its or^.'iruzr-lion jn *';; 1919. ihc American L^r:t.n .h.ir;crcd 16,000 poVtS. N, "" ·' :^i:" : -. -,-- X acp-r -\ ' · X '"'_ ^".".^ % «-.:5^f:»V ? ^ :: '^ V ' ; r^.y^"""";: ·*N. NK\V NEW IJornr.v purcbr.s smaller mcnts ir« stead of : counts. « . \r /^ · · ·· T O i liv.- -v, "! ^ fr«*r.: ; ir..r.tl'5\ -·: i':i\ For Your · * r ; ^^ *. * » -w I : /:.-:,-. 'J nc-.v t prill (.-jr record l i s t e n i .lc::. i a ; Ihcr c:-;u: K--VC.".! · :.' T.-S-.V cvv-i fro.Tueir o c.-!^ :c ."jpcrrci n n ^ - : ", o Vc r":;'_ : : :cr.c ccnirc: . . * c Hn:.:. cc.~consaf;on ·"· c- O'lir, : .i-3 rrenc'i Golci grille c ?!;-/s up :c« ^2 rccc:.-?s aylsr.- ;· bee ^ ml SPAPKRf

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