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: THE DAILY REGISTER, HARKISBUKG. IL3U, THURSDAY. 1-TOUUAKY 5, 1018 CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Spec/a/ Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Advertisement Accepted--TWO Lines (4) For Sale (Continued) (2) Business Services NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of February 1948 the trustees of schools of m Motor Co., "Chevrolet Sales and, Service." 127 " tf 11947 NASH GOO, WITH 9.000 1940 Nash 4-door sedan, trustees ot scnoois 01 IUWIIMUP \iyti INASM ow, «**" ~,v^ No. 9, Range No. 5 will sell at j W A L L P A P E R CLEANING, miles; 1940 Nash 4-door sedan, public sale on the premises here- JJA^ S c rvicc . Phone 1029W. very clean; 1939 Ford fordor sedan. , f rt«_ /tncni.ihnrl ThnmnSOn \ } l" l "l"- J t " 1 QQ K levin P V i o v r n l f t OOUDC: 1936 POn- ^ «··- «. inaftcr described, Thompson School, District No. 19, at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M., the fol-1 lowing described property: 5 Sections-Composition Black Board, 1 Teacher's Desk, 1 Teacher's Chair, 7 1-2 sections slate 183 . 5 an, i JL-^ otvuv.ac. ~*~-~ _ 8 feet x 4 feet, 1 two! Tel. 87. ! MOVING -LONG OR SHORT distance. Also coal hauling. No. 5 vein lump and stoker coal, oil treated. Harrisburg Transfer Co., RUMMAGE SALE CONTINUED Boards 8 feet x 4 feet, 1 t w o j ' " "' 127 ' tf door steel cabinet, 1 globe, 1 li- .._,,,,,. ~ T r .AVR; AT?F nim brary table, 1 Kindergarten table, VACUbM CLbAN^RS^ AKb OUK , 1 large dictionary, 2 long recitation seats, 2 bulletin boards, 1 small upright chair, 19 desks No. 2 one back, 13 desks No. 3 one back 7 'desks No. 4 two- backs, 1 desk No. 5, 1 set Comptons 15 vol 1935, 1 set Human Interest 6 vol. 1935, 1 set Progressive Reference, 10 Vol. 1928, 2 Fire extinguishers, 1 set 8 maps, 1 framed Picture 1 two room frame building, School grounds 2 1-2 acres, 1 set maps 8 (good). 120 library only business. 0. R. BuXord, City Hall Bldg., Mt. Vernon, 111. 132-,tf CAR WASHING. SEE ORVAL Durfee at Saline Motor Co. 132-tf (2A) Bus. Opportunities FOR PRIVATE banquets phone The Country Club. PARTIES OR County 54F11. 103-tf » V * / W * ^ W » » » *.wv ·»««·» T-» 1940 Chevrolet coupe: 1936 Pon tiac coupe. Harrisburg Motor Sales, Nash Sales and Service. 1 8-tf (5o) Help Wanted RAWLE1GH DEALER WANTED I . at once. Good opportunity. Write ! b u \ r at once. Hawleijth's. Dept. I L B - j u M i v , 942-105. Freeport, 111. "182-- i a M:I ' bity r.v JOHN K.UNHY I Press Staff Correspondent -, \GO (UR--Housewives are · feu or .groceries but are ·More spice* in home menus. v -\ bv Northwestern Univer- EXPERIENCED BODY AND FEN- der man, permanent position, good workiim conditions. Harrbbury () K1 ( Motor Sales, Nash Sales and Scrv- 1 ,, rcHV ice. 184-t£ i T j K . -pantry roll." which has i , niched its second \enr. found tendency to block lower ' on \"-.I Da and i IO AMBITIOUS OPERATOR WANT- , c i sitmucd downwanl in many L. Allen, assistant dean /\.iil JL I V VO WJL J^ll. i i W A f c i i * * i - » A - f ^ M J ' H _ ' S Lj. . ' \ I l t i l , tlJ'C'I^UUU V * V * U I "RmrviA.GE SALE ju.Mi.MJiMu ed to service Candy Bar Machines O f \ 0 :th\i eastern's Medill School u n t i l q-itiirdiv 'Ml clothinq 1-2!vending Hersheys and other well O f journalism, is conducting thc wiced Curiositv Shop. " 185-1 known bars. $345.00 cash rcquir- COI1 ..,.uii,- poll. puceo. lunusu. | cd £very ap p hcant Wlll t, e m _ t A!; ,. 1s . ;m j h e i, a d not determined THRFF PIECE WALNUT FINISH-Uerviewed. Write, give phone whether the trend was the result ·* AlAXl-rflJ A iij %/·*-* * · . » * ! T_ _... 4 A T n.*r /"·_ T » M /"» »*rt r*F T Jirt i .. i . - i - i ..»i: ^ _ jLJLI.XXE'Ej i^lJuvl^ V\ * \ J - i i N %- 1. l A ^ ^ i v ? * * * ^ - * 1 * ^ " * - " ' ' r . ** ** " \ i l v U I V L i*iv- u \.iiu *» M.3 t.*iv * V-.J *.*»!, ed bedroom suite, large waterfall!number to Box GL, in care of The j o t - tl ,,,,._. u p Jons--j,tored supplies! vanity with circle mirror, chest Daily Register. 183-3 , or an increasing resistance to high and bed. only $98.50. Seten Furniture Store. 184-3 ' prills (6) Employment Wanted Less canned Goods *^ . _ . . _ . ... l ' * * A » » · » * · *»itri /Mir* QUICKIES WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY j. o\;i liiwfk? v \ o -- - -- f - , n i i f \ ^ » ^ *XAJ*»* *-' --· · -- - - ,.-_ -- -- ~ books, 2 fountain bubblers, 2 THE j R v/ATKINS COMPANY. i sinks, which sale will be made on| oldest and largest institution of its the following terms, to-wit: Cash kind in thc world, has a fine open- in Hand. . . , , ; ing in Saline County for the man The Trustees reserve the right wno W ants to start a business of to reject any or all bids. I his own with opportunity for ad- A. A. MOORE ivancement. No experience nec- HENRY DALLAS, SR. 'essary. For further information A. 0. BOATRIGHT . i write" Watkins Distributor. 900 Trustees of School of Township West Maplewood. Marion, Illinois. ·*,- n *-._-.,.,, C 175 «1fl=\.3 No. 9, Range 5. Card of Thanks We wish to take this method to thank each and everyone who ren-1 - c n _ For JllllC^O «"V* *v"«- ' - - - - Q - - , -j. our beloved husband and father., * Chiltori A. Pyle. We especially i; thank the ministers, flower girls. ladies' quartette and our friends and neighbors who were so kind , o -and helpful. , , ! ;'~.f.~ Pyle and cnilaren. j suite, 185-1 suite, FU RXISHED s !85-3 I.? D I N N G (7) Lost - - , - - - -- __ _ - _ , - \ any rate, our poll indicates By Ken Reynolds ! PLAIN SEWING. 27 1-2 WEST that i nr.ihes are stocking less and Poplar. *183-2 i Ci . s (...nned goods." he said. ' · A major decline was found in ' the number of pei^ons stocking ! w h i t e and dark bread. In August. 2 ENGLISH SETTER BIRD DOGS. 184G sr per cent o£ the families male and female-- female white polled stocked white bread, while with black ears: male black and the percentage dropped to 62 in i tan head and white and black the *?me month of 194 1. A sum- ticked body, right rear leg solid mary oi dark bread showed a drop black Both with" collars and name | from r,o per cent to lu per cciu plates of owner. Liberal reward. : over fie same perioo. Bill Brooks. Box 112 Galatia. 111. i The survey indicated that more 185-3 i women \\cre baking at home, how__ _ _ _ . - i ever. BLA.CK COCKER SPANIEL PUP. i Among the few grocery items . 'child's pet. Pho. 1164W1. '·Here's a cafe in the Register 185-2 , which enjoyed purchase increases ' were cake flour, regular flour, iT'VN LEATHER GLOVE. RIGHT, baking powder, cornmcal. flour ihand, new. Call 209W2. 184-2 , mixe and cracker meal. _ Taking Life Easier The .survey, v.hieh co\ered families from all social-economic population groups in a large metro- TARnrsrr S T O C K OF- WALL-^" fYii»v«iiw..ww« . , pohtan area." showed a trend to- LARGEST b r O O J x UU . VvAL£-, _____ _--_ ( ^.^ .. lak j ng life a l l t ti c easier. UoS Pair!;^^WaSlpaper CoEAVIXG FOR M I C H I G A N ' Regular coffee and tea purchases ncics a edit; J" i"c iitoioi.-i j /«»» p i Want Ads offering steak dinners;(8) Pound --on easy terms!"' Miscellaneous los-tf; TcL 480 . ENTIRE STOCK OF FIRESTONE CURIOSITY SHOP WILL BE, closed for one month after Satur- j day. Drastic reductions in used, clothing. i 85 ' 1 i tractoi. tires, Church. U-p 184-3 (10) Instruction REFRIGERATION * 182-3 dropped about eight per cent, but , "instant" coffee doubled and tea ! bass ro-e from 32 to 50 per cent, i In sharp contrast was the buying ' of s?.ice. In August. 1946. just IMMEDIATE veterans and OPENINGS FOR six per cer.t of the pantry shelves _ _ veieraiis ami non-veterans to were stocked with spices, but in -- -,-" --r.-- GOOD LUMP COAL, $6 TON DE-'learn servicing and installation of 1947 the figure was 88 per cent. Appliance Co...^" d UT j 1168W '2. 142-tf,domestic and commercial units,' Fats ana shortenings also suf- . -MARW i9-?_tf{ ^erea. lei. noow^. , frecze-frozen food lockers, fered cons'terable declines m per- Ph o. 1146W. 123-ti MARKET! ' ' SLEEPING ROOM FOR MAN. 507 |N. Jackson. * 185-3 I MOD. SLEEPING RM., PRIV. l e n t , automatic oil heat. 11 \V. ' South. _ , _ . . . . . . . _ U t t M *··»· CtiC *1 U4.V11 A . V / V V * AV^A**.*.*-'!! * V . « V . V * . V. V it-~- · · » - · . » « - - « · * - » - - -- -COAL. QUICK DELIVERY. TED'etc. No experience necessary. We centage. Butler dropped from 76 Price Coal Yard Tel 1143R2 will train you m our shop on moa-' to 62. marsanne from 3 to 2.1, *177-12'ern equipment. Details can be vegetable shortenings from b / to I^ihad about this training by writing 63. and lard from 37 to 21. FELT BA.SE RUGS IN FLO-'to "Service Manager." Box R. in Shopping habits v/eie invesu- 18o-2 LIVESTOCK Livestock: Hirrisbur" Hogs 9,200; salable 8.000: un- riamsour . even: barrows and gilts SI to S1.25: 45W. 183-tf even: barrows and gilts SI to S1.2: 9 L , R G E CLE\X FURNISHED instances $1.50 lower than average - ^ d bath 18 West j^y. ""' s a X l i rijl-iJ. OrtOHi I X U V J O ii A !-_- IW u v . i . » - - --.«..«-. . ,,- , " - - r = ^ ral and tile patterns, $5.98. Seten,care of The Daily Register. -18D-1; gated by the pollsters also. It _ * - *» * n _ ' _ . TM f * v . » * x ~ « 4 V ^ - - 4 f t * » » i r ' * i ^ " » i ; T r * ' ^ t ' \ T f ' Furniture Store. 184-3 C H I C K E N JBROODERS, ALL sizes, electric, 50 to 500 chick capacity. Priced from S9.95 to $49.95. Wiley's Home, Farm Supply, 22 W. Poplar. and Auto 184-12 Wednesday. So\vs, 7oc to SI er- 180 to 250 Ibs., $25.25 to S25.7D; *1'35-1 9-n tn TMn In, S2^ 25 to 1 -=-A ING ROOiL down. 2oO to 300 IDS.. ^^^-K i« $25.25; a few early. $25.50: 3001^ to 325 Ibs.. $23.50 to S24.25: 160 j - . to 170 Ibs., S24 to $25: 130 to (4) For i»ale 150 Ibs., $20.50 to $24: few. $24.2o: I --- ^^^ 14.50 to S19.2o: STATE TESTED 1110R. 185-3 BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS, COL- umnar pads, ledger sheets, filing equipment, filing cases, indexes, index cards. Harrisburg Printers, ! 22 S. Vine St. Phone 1180W. 166-tf iwas found that'Friday is the big | shoppi:i4 day and Wednesday was i the' iov, point. The largest per- centaqc o! housewives shop in "independent" stores, thc survey sho\\ed. SA.LT LA.KE CIT , Stocks. Break, Disagree on Cause (Continued from Page One) 700.000 shares the previous ESTATE HEATROLA. to 120 Ib Pi«s $14 50 to Siy-zo: STA'iJK. -itox^ FIRST QUAt ]38F4,"Edwin~Rilying. sows 450 Ibs down, $2225 to $23: , ity Red clover, Sweet clover, La-. iEl t 'o b si 9S21 ' 751 ° ^-\^ ^' TM? -L ^-i (5) Wonted Cattle 3.000: salable 2.500: calves i ket. 700. all salable: few small l o t s r - -- -medium light weight steers. S23.oO PIANO. ABE to $26: odd lots medium heifers; and mixed yearlings. $20 to $23.50; I in a Salt Lake City hos- T0 BUV XVP.WH.TEK. Box 367. Harrisburg. . uitures foil 10 cent, on operation on what they call the «TMcn P" ces , · : thoracic duct. That is the duct £ ems m one a a -' U l i V A l l l i * V V * * A J %»»*». -·-·^j-" -T- -- -- · AC* these about steady, but continuing - 4 2 on the easy side. Cow selling, and tires, S 9 0 and above, almost at a stand-, ' offer- 1 --- NEW MOTOR, 500 E. Locust. * 185-1 discs, 12, 15, 18, or =· . steady. Common and medium cows, · $18 to $20: canners and cutters, j s Godard s AS W A - l - f ·*·- J . A - ^«» -.·«!-»-- .».. -- -- 7 ^y ill" * » I l I J ^ l new type David Bradley, Massey b i 00( j stream wSe S G°R ^g^lsv^e 011 ?^'. Sixty such operations had been ^^^^ n a m l -commodity Pho %RFA B O g ' e S » n 0 : 2 4 ' P e r f o r m e d , the records said and n1earkcts .s ; mplv h l t lhc ir satura- Pho. 38F4. i u ^ 4 - ,, , h r, a t lC nt had died. '- ^ " VIOLIN. GROVE . beef "bulls to $23: good and yealers. $27 " t c , S36_: common medium. $16 to $2 JUST ARRIVED, CERTIFIED - Godard's Farm medium, sib to s^i. . ip 1inton SCC( i O ats. Godards Farm Sheep 1.500: all salacle: receipts Clinton sccu oau include two decks fed elippcu jSiarkct. include two UCCKS ien v -"i'i jv -" j -lambs:" balance mostly fed wooled , , VILLYS S 165: NEW TABLE- lambs. No early sales or bids. 1 t *' p ^^JJc. 133 1 S. " a chvlc froTn the small intestine the lymphatic system of the seemed to feel that the selling v.ave v.as thc nat- -ral outcome of the high prices of recent weeks. One said hc be- TO RENT 4-5 RM. MODERN OR semi-modern Box KL. c-o point and had to adjust itscif." Ha t His Hat international wheat council would impose a $2 limit on wheat for Anostolin Rev -, va i ! Jimmy started his journey to a C x port and cut the U. S export Thc rev??X if the^Apostolic ta- P a S c in mcdical history when he ota to j 85.000.000 busncls com- ine revi\ai ai me Aposiouc w r ,, n ning across his back yard ' i ,,.;*·« !ho mrrpn! oxnort aoal bernaclc cot a d s o t full the campaign so far in , . with thc current export goal 45o - ooo ' oo ° bushcis - nnrn open t , ».r Sc fc / Neor Actress Signed, Then Not Allowed to Act; Asks Only $400,000 RANGE. LUvE NEW, $25. '.Skaggs. !» S. according to the Rev. J. L. ^ ^ - ' ^ ^ ning. pastor. n 'blade pfungcd Ynto°h"is"chcst. just WaltonY'He Burns The evangelist. Rev. \\a\ne gbovc thc inncr cn(1 o£ lhc !cll -ks. is 'known in many states collarbonc . MT . VERNON. 111.. Feb. 5.-« ·- his sen-ice to ^" J ^" h "i f t d i f o r nis sen-ice to God. He has "V ; """·"" mo ihrr b^nda^cd thc --School officials were mceti;r: lto4 ccnductcd ^revivals throughout a woj TM dmal f d Tt s ?Sncd bScd n«» \ here todav to try to find now d«v --- rumbcr of states., and has appear- }voundland J^ rSl0 Pf ^J 1 -^'"- J TMo " " 1 . -- ;*--.-- . » · i ../-was iinuu w i u i Jvicc tooK place at tnc close of , fa vcrcd lh r i services last evening. The auui- - ,,, ^V/AJ Vl«itI«vij«,-^-«^ «·«.-. ^ -- - f . - -Charles R. Rogers for promising : ini s . the one-room rural frame school- They brought Jimmv to put her in a picture and then , posed thc rr asked St ^r'thc SCTC-en: and $100.000 for her share of the profits. A ~~~A Mii-hnf»l Anne OHO micnuei Will Marry in May Father S*cfes ru . l t Wallpaper Co. 10o ' il I I.QSC of which is to be responsible Slim Hope Held ; . - - - ~~^... ,,,- «.,,, 'lor the greatest number of per- Surgeons said thc delicate r.pcra- 1 SET BROOM MACHlNc-R.S10.i v 0 n s altcndin g the revival upon Jicn was thc child's only hope of electric sewing machine witn an i nv j« a ;, on w ill receiv r -' r sweeer year! , 'attachments: Singer sweeper year! o[ music sun£ , bv - xv ill sell at bargain. 326 «- Raymond. a record surviving -- and that hope . o u t hful A tube was placed in JimmVs «-^ X anaclist \\ir.dpipc and hc was ciicn a new j Even-one is cordially invited to anesthetic called cyclopropane ens. l l h e so " -- c o r a y n v e o . which "bccm each A skilled j.yr::con n-..-»:e an open- '· Harrisburg Commar.t!cr - No. SO. ION SEK-jXmahts Templar, last night con- 1 "vVc7"Sc"c K. Dunn. Saline Motor-fcrrcd the Order of thc Temple - During thc last 4.000 years there c ' ccc - ° CC 132-tJ '.degree. ». ,,« \een o^lv 2S5 ycsrs Jrcc o'}___ -; In thc class were a father and have ocen , T]ME T0 FERTI . n ^ charlcv Roc k wc ll. Sr. and 1 * ' ^* «»-' · · · _ * -^ ^.*.*«* i _ . . «. »» « ^ ^ . f v* . i i ·war. Gcc Whiz Ind. startled Patrolmen \OW lo inc» JiJ-' 1 " * v .!.«-.·**« , con. v,nari"v nuiK^vii. .-i. «nm 'iizc vour l«iwn=. We have a com-i c Lindall Rockwell, of Kaloi'.-h 'pletc line of garden and lawn fcr- visiting Sir Knights from o)hcr · ^, 'ijijzers. Al^o. blue grass, while, Southern Illinois Co:r.riiandc::i\- what clover and shndy lawn mixed ) U t r c in attendance. wore seeds. Godard's Farm MarKeJ, Following the ceremonial, a hr.r. k^ife. Uepairs to thc duct were impossible. So the surgeon tied the two ends to prevent further drainage. 1hon sewed up She opening. He bc- licvod that other lymph channels would lake over lhc job of taking thc chyle to the bloods'ream. Tnat' what happened. Eisht days after the operation. Jimmy v.ont ho::io-'1o all o-itward ;.p- pcaranccs perfectly normal. He's been examined several limc^, .since Do TMI Tr"l lift^ TO-,3 arc t!«3 io n . . . . -- ,r. f . - j «-v *f» Of «OWi:2!"~ dr.-.!: ^"Wl count ho:d VMS miv ro' - ^ -c vlbr.irjt ·j-clf. f:brc. c^ll. - hour--m::i!5r.- oT :'% ~':-t TOVT Jorlh of :· o-.:r bore-. "D rc- nrr" Ti'orn-o':-. A lo-w ailect you an v.m! '", vr.:icn?tls~. r.i :t CM.illv ^n. :«cl: or t-on a::'l J'"·?.'". ~J %^"j r.v:"t k«^p ~3p i! M"...cVia'it v .or.:!f s. ·.·!. h;ivc hv irj '.- « an hour L AND STOKER,; 5 ^- '.VENETIAN BLINDS FREE f Senate Approval as ". Prosecutors Navy Aids Gotham i WASHINGTON. Feb. 5 -- J ? -'The Naw j^id Joday iJ \\ili h-r.n ^.eOO.OOO gallons of f u e l oil to New York City and state for emergency u«c in hospitals and other ro. Con't li a IO-Ado-.Ti T.Jicn vo-.: faTC' *3 "·'" ra j;vc:V iav--c-. t: {'.r.v rrrl-h^oo'i-c'-' Ir'pm the .i.-.,-.rrov.' pcc S^inw thit fc^-xl count r-.^r ·*«-,-·;: r.o .-.TV- · fTJ«TCT. -1 Tlj:i-«JOV rc'KVftricc 1n in:"'' To m TfM T":J - nv.rWfxxi '·-·'·r.'-:: ^·- an.i3y c .-. o* i · . foTniv:i -sJi'.ch contain-. «.?/'.c.V. :·«* :fl-.;.:ir.5 ir.^cd.tr.1«s SSS Tor.ic h'-?« yo-] cr.jtrr th" Jor-i y'o-J t-T. v ir.cr«_-ir.c thc r; 'T.C r. :«; r.ororr ,:.:- by S KWSPAPLRl Doyle have been confirmed by The Senate as U. S. attorneys in Blame Kcsts Here First ir.usic schorl :r. '.he- Ur.;:co heat- scicn* 6-FOOT COLDSPOT ELECTRIC Illinois. Hart will scne Iho cast- States was Mu^c V.-.lc «cminary, i/v lxx cood condition, priced orn district of Illinois and Doyle' Salem, Conn., operod by Ornr^e: '^'V. _ C *^1_ ^ HfllTtt T O ^ O *Urt *-tm1\\f*f-n /9i^4^yst * ' Xt*Vi?1l AOA^. T*. T? 1 *?^ §100 cash. Pho.. 403R2. 185-2 thc southern district. i Whittlcscy 5r. lS?o. "lA-A't Vrali! Enfrc:."* yo^rr K-x2- r!cn.'.cd-b;ocxl. St^ri OTI SSS^Tor. 1 .! v-vir ·c-^'o.o b*civ. CT^'T f'c-.nr.t^'; i-.^jrth sbo-.Jlcl mp^c TO-.I rn*. *"' ;" t pW.vr. :«: V-.-T. v.-"-. v p-^T lx-rt«-. ha-..- a S'-a.-v^v W r , o * 0 -'- s.in--^rr.^ r«si f..". f - : -.· '.lace* MinsoTii or Jo;!i «o:(3. r,' ho-tle'fr.im \vi? dr.n; «orc ?Ss, "·'· ·i-s Eulld Sturfiv HC.X.U-.. , Vr. HEAHT-W1NN1NG DRESSES For Spring Dresses in fabrics you'll siffh over, colors you'll revel in. styles "he'll" lose his heart to. Come now and choose your heart-winner from our exciting collection. New Spring COATS Coats go to all lengths this new season to make you all thc more alluring, the more attractive! $13.99 to $24,! See our hright new springtime collection of fa- cinating fashions. And everyone so different --each one a favorite new style. right few Compliments! . . for .your new suit or skirt. Lovely, lovely blouses, some tailored, some dainty and prim. AVhite and colors. Diion 3-Way $2.99 Tailored $3.99 Spring . . . for so little money! Select one of our late model dresses and coats for your little jrirl. $5 99 . ^9 99 · * « « ·U/ I ^eX ^ a ^? ^ e s^ ^ ide range of styles and sixes. -OUT BARGAINS! Women's and Children's WINTER COATS ON SALE See these outstanding values today! DRESS SHOP SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE -.-.. NEWSPAPERHRI

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