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,^T^V«V«V« » «««· ·-' - -··- ' * ' ' ' FKBKUAUY 10, 1948 CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Advertisement Accepted--TWO Lines (1) Notices Business Serf. (Cont.) (4) For Sale (Continued) (So) Help Wanted ANCRS A B O O T O O M EXECUTOR'S NOTICE of William Paul Hyers only uvv ^ Hall The^undcrsigncd, having been appointed Executor of the last Will and Testament o£ William ·Paul Hyers late of the County i of Saline and State of Illinois, (2A) Bus. Opportunities deceased, hereby gives notice that] HOUSE CAR WASHING. SEE ORVAL j ^C CHEVROLET'PICKUP. LE- Durfee at Saline Motor Co. 132-tf|roy Brothers, Ledford. I ho. j29VU he will appear before the County ; r0 R PRIVATE Court of Saline County at the Court banquets phone » f :-- TTn***»ic-Kiiv*rf T i l i n n ic nn T^L.. /·*«...·' PARTIES OR 6 1-2 FT. CROSLEY SHELVADOR refrigerator: preway 3-burner oil laundry stove and House in Harrisburg, Illinois, on the 5th day of April, A. D. 1948. The Country Club. rvmn^ ^nrii stove; 4-cap laundry siove ana County 54F11. L galvani2e d hot water tank. 103-tf i asarirs o For l d " Lit V M U* t/VJV v*r ·*** · " m *O ···--· -- -- -- I »rf A V A * justed. All persons indebted to [Raymond. " " Estate are requested to make j · 124 W. 188-3 signed. ' Dated this 10th day of February A. D. 1948. Arthur M. Debcs, Executor. George B. Lee, '·Attorney for Estate. or write Singer Sewing Center. Harrisbur?. Pho. 45W. 183-tf 5-RM. NICELY F U R N I S H E D U. S. 188-3 Card of Thanks 189- iiouYc "Simpson's Garage, j lit. 45, Muddy. seen at 1401 1-2 Locust.. Eldorado, or call 201W p. m. after 5 BRICKLAYERS. PAYING $2.75 per hour, 40 hours per week. All winter \\ork. S. N. Neilscn Co.. P. 0. Box 988. Peoria, 111. Pho. Peoria 48433. 189-7 MAN. WILLING WORKER, OP- * WASHINGTON COLUMN * Switch in Federal Reserve Creates Political Pickle BY PETER KDSON NK.V Washington Correspondent W \SHINGTON -- (NEA) -- By fiscal expert with pronounced \\ Vi.il l l . V J t v - » \ · . / ' I . . . . ! , . , , n.-inrl' .shuliliiifi chairmanship of the Fed- views shared by Clayton. Draper vhiiii us" cnairmansni|j iu uu; JTW ·"-··£ ----·»-« -.- ~ .·.., , , . , , ,, · , . Miiiuinir. v. i G and Evans are uncertain. 1 he man oral h TM"£-TM£$TM «o Thomas caught square in thc middle i* n ° M - c be rPhthdelphia Sic" Szymczak. 1 There is. little doubt 5l ,- i,.t X i h o vice chairman- atom* his confirmation. He be- mu Kcdes to the MCC cnauman . ) h » o:in i i s 11 IK i »v v * v .·· »-- ship President Truman has put the iionor.ible Board in a political . The President s refusal to ex- *·*...»*·, -· -.»-·--·-·-·»- - . v ».*.»..*, v 4, ( i ho I rCMllvlll o j,vi ****** i *·" !·** portunity for permanent job; ex- , , ·,;.. moves, has only heiuht- perience not necessary: about $40 ' ' , ^peculation in congressional per week to start: car needed. F o r j ^ , h a n k in« circles. No one qucs- , .it it**, "in t i t t i ' * * t t ft 15 f l Urt*» " n * J t l i t v * ._ . . . . ' . I * i - intervicw write P. O. Harrisburg, 111. B ° X ,1^: I Uons The" President's right to 89 "°; point whom he chooses. But this SHOP FOREMAN FOR A FORD is ;iiso public business. And with tin-cat of more serious inflation "'' 6 RM. SEMI-MODERN II 0 M E, now empty, corner Sloan and Web- fc*v.* « - _ _ , _ ,, _ _ - - _ - _ _ . hr(*nr Ol IIlUl C aci ivuo i _ » i . n » » * w * r *189-3 garage. Give experience and qual- "';,, f ., cin( , tlie country, the need ifications to Box XYZ, care Daily ; keeping thc Federal Reserve T nf**e*lfm ^ I Q ' T C _ " * « 1 * . . , . . _ ster, $4500. 5-rm. semi-modern nome, b. - . Roosevelt St.. very good home and location, $4750. Register. '187-6 6-rm. modern house, new fur-jice. nace, block of school. $4250. 5-rm. 'modern home. 115 W. Sloan. New furnace, 3-car garage, IS6500. Board on ah even keel is now more ! mw«arv than ever. Congress can't EXPERIENCED BODY AND FEN- j!£ t intelligently on Truman's ap- der man. permanent position, good j pom t m ents unless it knows all the working conditions. Harrisburg L...i ,.,.,,,1 n f «-)m» rrnpc nn hern. Motor Sales, Nash Sales and 184-tf « r ound o f what S° es on here - r c desire to purge another New D cr .ier--meaning Eccles--has been comes key man on the Board. His job will be to reconcile whatever differences may arise between McCabe arid Eccles. If Eccles' leadership prevails. McCabc will be in an uncomfortable position. If McCabc turns out to be the strong man. Eccles may find it convenient xo resign. MARKETS MARKETS -- BROWN LIVESTOCK ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Feb. 10.--U.K-- (USDA) --Livestock: Woman is Miss, Mrs. and Ex-Mrs. WitKin 60 Minutes Mho common-law wife of Hnv \v Itcrs JUKI Circuit Juiluu TluJi ·) IllicU'r validated the i u l n , . . l t ; [Then she said she didn't DETROIT, Feb. 10--lU!-Mrs. Rose Lee Walters held the world's record today for speedy marriages and divorces. She was miss, a Mrs. and an ex-Mrs, inside 00 minutes. Klcctrlc Sliock I*Viu-i^ American formers now us« tnnn 250.000 miles of ek'ctrie fa,"' M These arc u«d to hoop c.mio )~ ,' *" * . * _ .. . - . f i t A*. t\ ft! · »-. * 1,. F^ * M YOUNG LADY TO TRAIN AS We are sincerely grateful toj(4) For Sale our neighbors and frienas for their many kind acts of sympathy during the long illness and at thc death of our husband and, DODGE. S. Land. R. G. MILLIGAN. *189-2 tnc ueani ui uui jjuot»m« »...-- -- _____-father, Wm. Paul Hyers. We: es- ( 5 . KO oI SEMI-MODERN", BATH. pecially wish to thank Rev. Oari i b u iit-in cabinets, on S. Granger. i-». .. _ ^ _ "n _ _ . Ti*l »·*·»*-»*» rf^.**! c iifim Ro\ T i ^ n . ·· i . _i i . i.;^--. *. «_.·_· r-*nt-f ^tv*a«-*j ii*^** »~ -- m ( uuii Downey, Rev. Elmer Gnsham. Kev. j Can R. W. Wallis, the quartet, Rees , A Turner, the undertaker, the pall!|_ A bearers, those who sent flowers. . and those who assisted in any way. , bought on time payments. ~ ~~7 \ /- I Wife and daughter. . INCH C QCO JDOOR i geten Furniture store . 188 . 2 ·timates. Card of Thanks We wish to take this method to thank each and everyone who ren-1 _ dered their assistance during the ; X E W .MODERN PERFECTION illness and following the death | portable h ea t e rs with Pyrex glass of our beloved mother, Rhoda. bov;ls Limited supply, $18.85. Joiner. We especially thank the Scten Furn i* ure Store. 188-2 ministers, flower girls, singers i ________ and our friends and neighbors i CO M PL ETE LINE OF DU PONT who -were so kind and helpful. ; Q ua ij ty paints. National Paint "189-1 «r^ ·niv.llY^rvci- i l_/t i I t i TM ' J l V * l l » » » i * » «^%- V-»»*-*^ « . » « i » r - , » , -- , - - sir'"ested. Also the. thought that Hbgs 10,200: salable 10,000: mar- V O U A U L,.-\m iu iKAUN AS thc^;ulministration might like to ket uneven; weights to 240 Ibs. salesgirl in ladies' apparel shop, i n a \ c a Republican--McCabe-- to and -sows. 25 to 50c lower than : 500 age 20 to 25. High school educa-| W ork with the GOP Congress or I Monday's average: heavier weights. 5-rm. modern house, North Main tfon. Write in detail to Box S.,G. to blame in case the country- head- weak to 25c lower: 170 Ibs. down. . " . . . . i .,,,,,,» !n norn nf Thr rnilv RAoicfor 1 R8.3 ,,,! ,.-.»/% n»«rnrmir' fViclrPRS Rill to corners' street, nice basement 5-rm. house, Ford St., lot. $3250. 3-rm. house, corner kitchen sink. _new foundation. S2250. ...,-,.... -- -- - , 4-rm house, new roof, stooi and, and 9 p. m. Call for Aven Wright.: - _ · * _ i - * r » r » o l H U H . » I Z l L t l i t * . I V » M 1 1 tV/ J./W.X *J.f \J^ j £ Q U i i i l l i C HI VrtOV *.!!*- \ , V / M * i l . * . » »»%.*.« . » - W M . % *v --w*r in care of The paily Register. 188-3 j c d into economic distress. But to f u iiy steady. Bulk good and choice -- loot a fuller understanding of this igo" to 250 Ibs.. $22.50 to $23: I SALESMAN FOR LOCAL 7-UP i situation it becomes necessary to j t op . $23. lowest prices since April ner lot. stool, route: must be between 21 and''look over the membership of the (23. 1947. when $22.75 was paid: i- siding, solid 28 yrs. and with selling experience, full Board of Governors. 250 to 300 Ibs., $21.25 to $22.50; jApply at Saline Hotel between 6! * * * 300 to 325 Ibs.. $20.25 to $21.25; kitchen sink, newly painted and papered, $2250. Hauptmann Real Estate, 323 W. Church St. (6) Employment Wanted 189-2. PAPER HANGING .. First name that strikes thc eye ·*188-3!is that of Commodore James K. Vardaman Jr. It will be recalled that Vardaman--one of the Mis-had been Truman's na- He was appointed vo souri boys FRANK ival aide. 1947 NASH 300, WITH 9,000 miles: 1940 Nash 4-door sedan, ·rArEjK ilAi\vjli\VT. r IX-^iMV 1 · ^ 4 «*·*·»,. --- --c-c---- - ti\j luz I Bond. 516 W,. Lincoln. Tel. 1208W-1 i Federal Reserve Board in Janu- to $16 i *iRQ--'nry. 1946. ' .. r ^«i few extreme weights down to $17.50: 160 to 170 Ibs.. $20.50 to §22; 130 to 150 Ibs., $17 to $21; 100 to 120 Ibs.. $11 to $16: sows, 450 Ibs. down. $17 to $17.75: over 450 Ibs., $16.25 to $17; stags, $14 VENETIAN BLINDS FREE ES- ^^939 ForcTfordor sedanj | (J} Karl L. Wallace call v 1936 Pon- v/ ; '*ino-!l94"0 Chevrolet coupe: 1936 Pon- ;tiac coupe. Harrisburg Motor tiac coupe Harrisburg Motor BRQWN BILLF OLD CONTAIN- Sales, Aash bales ana service. | ing ^ r i ver « s hcense, pictures, lo-tii m f t n f i v Return to Darrell Mov-! The Children. iand Wallpaper Co. 103-tf I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE, COAL RANGE, LIKE NEW, $25. for debts contracted by anyone i 209 W. Raymond, Tel. 1295W1. other than myself. Harry T. Mc ; Manus. -189-v. 188-2 j FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTH- i er washer parrs. Service on all Williams Appliance Co.. In Memoriam in 1nvin2 memorv of our %i if e ! makes. ..... --*·* and mother, Nina' McDole wh? ! 615 E. Poplar. Pho. 1146W. 123-tf miss^er^hen^we^need^a I VALENTINE C H O C O L A T E S friend, ! wrapped for mailing at Barter^ and On her we always could depend: j Keitner Drug Store. She cheered us in sickness, soothed I 188-3 our -oaiii, j THE BEST IN VALENTINE BOX j God grant some day we'll meet ; ca ndy at Barter and Keitner Drug ° - l / - t . i _ ^ _ _ - f*-* r\f\ *«, OK nA 1QQ--1 ..... , ;. , " _ _ ,,.».,M Kr. Tru assumed \ardaraan would be Truman's man on the Board and xuti- mate.y would becotrc cnairman Cattle 4,200: salabe 4.000; calves iUK.«r»^^^. .^r-?3i«i"TMKriffia . Monday, with 20 loads of steers on sale. steady money. Return to Darrell Moy- j \vhile it might therefcrc be as- er, Route 3, Harrisburg. *189-^ - - . - - . ~\ in^viiLiiii StvGI S, «^«-«.w ·*· - - T - · . medium to good heifers and mixed WILER WRIST WATCH BE-! ilv so " In the last two years, Var- yearlings, $19 to $24; canner and tween Masonic temple and west!daman has lost his former position cutter cows, lar f«{y- *{* i° * '' end of Poplar street. Return to | a3 C0 urt .'avorite. ^STcia"^ Sf« ?TMd beef cows paily Register. Reward. 189-2 | Ecc i es . an aggressive, fast-think- $17 to S19; a few gqpd^eef cows. ing and fast-acting personality, al- $20 and above bulls, f " u *gead. *'EN. I ways dominated the Board. Law- medium to.good au ge bulls S_-0 FOUNTAIN 1 f AKivtn ruuAi.-i.ii\ rtiiv \vavs clominaten me uoaru. ija%\-| HH.U.U..L ^ ? r , . ,r *,, | Name engraved. Max E. Swan. Re-; re nce Clayton, formerly assisiantlto $22: good beef bulls to turn to 511 S. Main or Pho. 323Rl.! to Eccles. later a Boston banker. I good ana choice v » i o n f i , i i, _ T. i _i. T7«..i«,-1 «t OOQ to C70- rr»mn · J L - i t o tccies. laier a -DOSIOJI uauft.v;i.i s uuu """ · ^ ea j ,,,,,!,,,,,·, »-2| was named to the Board at Secies' i at $23 to »0; conunon and medium i insistence a vear ago. ! steady to SI lower at $lo to $23. There are three other members | ---~ , I of the Board. Ernest G. Draper, Chicago Prouuce K V A V T F D - P \sqFNCERS TO I Washington manufacturer. R. M. Poultry: 16 trucks: steady to | Michigan. Lea5^fSS? PTMJ^^^J w STM C bariS d ^ S ' ^ br ° iler$ 31 " 33 '' | 87T - 188 ' 3 | zmcza ' * % - . " ' ! 'gutter: 336,319 Ibs; nervous: 90 A T T-mTE-n ! When Eccles went to the White i score 81. ·"· Lil.UL^I^LJ \-,T n ,,, n ;_ rtor-am'hnr 4r t a l V ahrtllf ' ·Carte- P | (9) Miscellaneous ·_ again. -. i Store, $1.00 to $5.00 ^ Sadlv missed by husband ant. __ children. a1 -89-l 4 . R0 OMS, BATH, FULL 188-4 for $4 with a Register Want Ad! 'iment. 2 -M In Hemoriam ! sc hool. *5 in memory of our dear husband , and father, Robert A- Bamondge. i · ^vho passed a\yay one year ago! lots, near Z 1 C H! LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL- paper "in Southern Illinois, tional Paint and Wallpaper Na- Co. 103-t£ JUST -RECEIVED A LUUTtu ^-"^" D ^ m ber to talk about'^Eg gs - (Whites and browns mix- supply of New Perfection modern i reaooointment as chair- e d) 31.760 cases; steady "to firm: )- portable heaters %vith_ pyrex glass, man it was *- also to rec0 mmend extras 70-80 percent A 46 1-2: extras 60-70 percent A 4o 1-^: standards 43-44: current receipts 42 =i-43; dirties 40; checks 39. The Daily Register, 20c a week. "These are just my cheap 89- portable heaters with pyrex glass. man it was *- also to rec ommend cent ones -- my good string I sold bowis, also New Perfection kero- th t Szvmczak be Rame d vice-chair- ~ ' · '!" sene hot water tank heaters. Seten, man s - ucceedi ng the late Ronald -- Furniture Store. 188 " 2 kansom. (10) instruction ^ .XTT^ T,'T^TTvr COAL, COKE, AND KINDLING, - CHE\TIOLET SUBURBAN Phone 32, 187-3 I* Sadly missed by family. 189-1 _J. MAYTAG WASHER. LOW- ell Wise. Rt. 4. Hbg. Call Eldo rado 14F2. C 1894 GOOD LUMP COAL, $6 TON DE- livered. " " Ransom. Early last January, the President j decided to name McCabe to the 'vacancy caused by Ransom's death. ' ' -- ~-- ' vacancv taustu u j^uusuni ucam, WOULD- LIKE TO HEAR .FROM t ai ,d maker him chairman. 'Eccles reliable men who would like to|f our .y car term" as chairman ex- train in spare time to overhaul and : pired on Feb. 1. 1948. McCabe install Refrigeration and Air Con-j w as apparently told he could pick ditioning equipment. Should be his own vice chairman. QblcWy Relieves Distress of mechanically inclined. Will not j McCabe said he wanted Szymczak interfere with your present work.; to be his vice chairman. The Pres- j ' In Memonam -5- » In memory of our dear loved ALL KINDS OF ROOFING AND «· ^ -- _ . __ T_ * T» _1 «. + + «. *irlin r\OCCOrI _ : J I ^r- nr-Kn^f^kr* ol 1 //\1/\l"C" T T l C n l - 3 " * in incinorv UJL uui ^^.M*- *v-^-- I^\LJLJ Ai.i*JL/-j v.*. AUV^V^*. **^^- ^»*,--. ·· one · Joseph" Bolatto, who passed siding; asbestos all colors; insul- '··' awav one year ago today, Feb. 10, ! a t e d brick: Stone-Kote siding · ' 1017 " which looks and wears like real 1947. - - ^ ^ 11 Sadly missed by all. Wife and children. j stone: Gold Bond rock wool in- In Memoriam *189-l !su lation, methods. blown in by modern All work fully guaran- For information about this iow J ident crossed this up. ' 1 GOOD PAY JOBS OFFERED (talking the situation over with con- j **- TM£ e And if C H I C K E N BROODERS. ALL, traine( i auto body-fender men in gressional leaders, he decided to j ^ at firstsniJSeor _ ± .. _ --1 A«.4»C A ZZf\ trk ^Ofl f*rt i/*lr /*^STQ*. ^ »* i~ . _ A. T _ ' J t"*..*- * «- ·* ff\*t* 'c-i-iTf f\n trtf\ c-1 i/»l* i ^ - ^ ^ t ^ i - . ^T.^ *._-*. »-.*i1 few stay on and stick it oat. sizes, electric, 50 to500_chick capa . 'teed. Workmen are insured for i III IVAUlIlvl J,«iii« L\J\iU. » » wi rviiiv-**. «* »«· **··**··· ·»·« -- -- - · » In loving memory of our dar- i your protection. Free estimates : ling baby. Eddie Reeder, who de-. an d no obligation to buy. No " : ; parted this life 2 years ago Feb. down payment, up to 3 years to '- jo jpay. Call or write the Pate Roof--Our home is so lonely, little Ed- j n g and Insulating Company. 821 -'~ die 1 North Park, Herrin, 111., tel. 5271. No otner can take-your place., * 189-20 But we have a sweet memory. ] -- --In our hearts all locked away. BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS, COL- · - ' "-- '-"-- umnar pads, ledger sheets, filing equipment, filing cases, indexes, index cards. Harrisburg Printers, 22 S. Vine St. Phone j^ti V/Ul IAW***- v_ «·· - w ~ _ 1 Sadly missed by mother, father, gfandp'arents, aunts and uncles. In Memoriam 1180W. 166-tf In memory of our mother. !Wrs. j bl«.CO ? d C U C l l V , */w tv v v v .««*-.» *r*-r" I (jailV \VciUL aUO. A UL 111 o A \ . » T %?.**,,. v » * M*»^» ^ v « v i v A W vui.. SliCci-t:. V^-Llu-iJ-v* · ^ ci f v Priced from $9.95 to $49.95.11^^5 weekly learning welding.' But. as the Board lines up now, helps to prevent many colds Wiley's Home, Farm and- Autoj painting ? mc tai work. etc. Chance the period ahead is bound to be ^op^jigr it F^ow Supplv, 22 W. Poplar. 134-12 i^ or ^^ wages or your own busi- difficult. McCabc is an organizer, direction in te pac-age. : ness Veterans and Civilians. Vardaman is likely to side \vith j mffg^BTfi WA-lflSfl _ _ . .,»^ ^ * i-*m -*-\ *. .--T?«T *»/ ·T"/^ I N.* i»%-«3-^. » v.*.v.» M W ( i - . _ · J . T - ^ _ _ « _ _ ·»-· i _ i vf BH^HA *M ^t MM M BH.V -- -- nes s Veterans and Civilians. Vardaman is likely to side \vith 1940 CHEVROLET PANEL =4-TON v vrit'e for free information. Auto-!him against Eccles. Eccles is a truck. Pho 40R3, Carrier Mills i ~ ,. ,,. _, ·* T ' l l ( » · * I l W JLV*. A * %-V- * * « » v * ··.».»- -- .-Mills.; Crafls Training, in care of The 188 ~ 6 i Daily Register. c 188-2 IU IlUJlUvi v VA \/w* » » * v « - -- - · j ---- -Jossie Hankins. who passed away. 3 . R oOM, NEWLY BUILT six vcars ago Feb. 10. 1942. i.Gaskins City, priced to sell. We "miss you so much. Mother, j j A -p j p We love you so dear. , L_ r\ *-- « -Oceans of sweet memories about | us linger. ] As we smile through our tears. ;Y | CC Sce IN H iALEMITE LUBRICATION SER- s Y Thc children and grandchildren L c Du nn, Saline Motor 132-tf WALLPAPER Hundreds of Beautiful New Patterns Priced To Save You Money Barter Wilmoth Wallpaper, Paint Glass Co. 5 W. Church Phone 304 DIESEL i Mechanics are in demand to scr-j vice trucks, tractors, dicsel equip-1 ment. Train in a few short months j for a good job. high wages. sp!en-| idid future. G. I. Approved. Non-j jvets accepted. Part time work! iand living facilities available. Act 1 inow while we have an opening i i for you. Write today. Box D. in| care "of The Daily Register. ^139-1 I Elect Officers Df So. Division "·-RMS. GOOD FURNITURE. 1 .. .. - » » * - - r t - ^ t " t NOTICE OF CLAIM *$?% '§ omc practically new. Call 524W1. ESTATE OF BRYAN STANLEY, '139-2 DECEASED. Notice" is hereby given to all THE H \ v . RIEGEL HOME. GA- USED KITCHEN CABINET. RA- ley's Beauty Shop. 189-1! (5) Wanted , CARBONDALE. 111.. Feb. 10-- a'?.'--Goebcl Patton. principal of THE H »· 1\1JC«\JEL 11U-UIJ. M.-v- ·«. i.- vivt.i/i.1 « utiv»i. j»»i«i-ij'u« "' persons that Monday, April 5. j latia- u j. 7 rooms, bath basement J TO BUy 5Q SINGLE ACTION West Frankfort high school was 1948. is the claim dale m the cs- = and gara g c . Write Phillip E.HV ,~ ,^",o __ o, r» T«ITM ejected to take over July 1 as SwTfc the claim dale in thc cs-5^~ ga ragc . Write Phillip E. ^ »£ js^lS or 21-fl John clcctcfl to take owr July 1 a, tatc of Bn-an Stanley. Deceased. Sm i t h 4140 Anderson Ave.. St.! TM~~' *f if r; Roderick Lean president of tnc Seultiern Drusion Ending ta the County Court of , gJS ^M*- ' * 18W 1 JSTtvi Da5d BrtdScy? 3fa2S ?- f thc Illinois EduCall ° n ASi ° Cia " C*«.H«A r"r»n«iv illiTinis- nnd TnSi.: - ---- ~ i»» - _ * n»:_----«.-^*.i:« Alolinc *-cn. in:iiunts *** ^"^ ^ WM ··-- - . . 4 Saline County. Illinois, and th:u;__ _ _ _ _ _ , ,, . claims may be-filed agaihst the FERT ILIZE AND ROCK PHOS--""" 1 * said estate on or before said date p ] ia t c . Sec us for immediate dc- j without issuance of summons. njvcn* while slock is available. Su-j JULIET STANLEY ,,,, Crcc ]; Produce. " M ' A ' A. E. Somcrs, Alt or Minneapolis Borg, Card of Thanks We desire to tafcc this mctr.nd ci thanking each and everyone i-uno assisted in any way at thc time of thc death and funeral of our dt-ar companion and mother, Mr». Lula Wilkins. We cspccsaily tbank those who sent such bcauti- iu 1 . floral pieces, those who ^ur- ftishcd cars, thc quartcU Rcj- Clifford Potter, and Rev. Car! Downey, for their consoling ivords, -thc Gibbons funeral hotr.e lor their services and thc OormyilK' Social Brethren church njcmocrs. fcr thc use of the church Ma God's richest blessings be showered on you all. Claude Wilkins. Ray Von Licnen, Kcv. and Mrs. F. A. Barnahy^^. Jnckson Ice Coal, Tci. 256. 132 ' ' CAR. ration was elected to succeed 7rt "4 Albert Nicholas, principal of Anna* v Jonesboro high school, at the an- GOOD " ua2 ^c 0 *! 51 .^ of thc asiociation's THANKS TO COUNTY OFFICERS The Woman's Christian Temperance Union wishes to thank thc officers of our community who arc endeavoring to rid our city and county of liquor and gambling. We Vi". C. T. U. women, wish to co-operate in every way possible with these officers. Woman's Christian i emperance Union Mrs. George Fowler, President. Jk i I V *·*· -- - - . - - . . . . , _ . ( - t *· l v I V |" , to keep other unhmils fiom brt' v side 00 minutes. ' , . in . ' lul She proved yesterday she w a s " "^ '".,,, ..... r FOR Let Us Check Your Car and Tires Goodrich Tires ond Tubes Bear System Wheel Alignment and Ba!- ancing. Brake and Battery Service. Vulcanizing and Retreading. We have parts to replace those worn out, for most cars. Over 21 Years Experience. Witsosi Tire 114 N. Vine St. f / M , p Phone-ir,'.)W Chas. H- McCIendon, Prop. Your favorite grocer now has in slock the flours that have been the favorite of Southern Illinois for 3G years. Renew your friendship with this fam- il of fine Family Flours! If your grocer is unable to supply you or is temporarily out of stock, telephone the mill--Phone 156-and your flour will be delivered to you. All Purpose Flour CREAM OF PATENT Cake and Pastry Flour MASTER Hard Wheat Bread Flour WOQLCOTT'S BEST All-Purpose Hard Wheat Flour PERFECTION OLD KENTUCKY A Good Economical Flour 'SNOWDRIFT A Very Low Priced Flour Also Self Rising. Flours Indian Meal Cream Meal Crystal Meal Take Advantage of the New Low Prices in Effect Now WQ0LC0TT Harrisburg, Hi. Phone Order A Sack Today! 1 "l/«*^-**«^ V - ) t -- W -*-- T ^ _ - I I I ' - "- " ' · OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SUP-jJJ ^ch^nc^^lf^^Sm^ IvSs^pS^^^w" 10 "- iaj^^ *^- is7 - ! co\i~ QUICK DELIVERY. TED!Robinson Oil 'Price Coal Yard. Tel. »«RJ ]2 jp roduecr Dies I FARM FACTS. A FARM RrXORl) :for Income Tax Returns, denned ' to conform to Government Schc- 1 dul" of Farm Income and Exremc iForm No. 104SF. Sl.OO.^ Harris- 'burg Printers. 23 S. Vine Street. ! Phone 1180W. 18S-10 i PHOSPHATE AND FERTILIZER. 1 field seeds and seed corn. Now con! trading '48 pope 0 ." 1 cr °P ^ or ^ ^pcr hundred at crib. Martin .-Jros., 'L , --^,.T ]893 ] ROBINSON. HI.. Feb. _ ]_ William C. Bell, one of Ihc (2) Business Services SERVICE '32 BUICK. GOOD CONDITION. 117 West O'Gara St 1S9-2 i h t r c following a long illncs*. He ·was 81 years "old. ! Bell was president of Be!! I»o- 5ocr.«. oil producers, and Kid ev j tensive holdings tbrouuhoui the Msiithern Illinois oil fields. He !v.;,s a past president of Iho 1J1: 'i.ois Oil Producers Association ar.o 'for thc past two years had scncd ! on the board of directors of the 'American Petroleum In1it'.;tc. !.'" .-jlso ,en - ed on a commission v.i.i:-:-, j^l al Marion, ar.d -J. V.'cslcy Nc-j vii2e. Perry county supcnnlcnricnt of j-chools vice presidents: H. W.' YMi*. Herrin clcmcntarv' school, principal, secretary; and Elbcn r'uikcr.von. assistant profc^or at Southern Illinois Unncrsity. treasurer. · Royc R. Brj'ant, Metropolis. w«ns named chairman of the Finance i committee, and T. L. Dodd. Eltio-, rac'o." chairman of the Excculucl committee. Jeffrey Hushes. Franklin co;irity superintendent o f , ,xchool. v.as named to thc FACCU-, t i \ ( committee, and Stanley Vcich.! Vienna, and lllainc Munal. Metro-, ]-oii. were named to the^ Public Ktlations committee. i Eric thc Red Es5I«-a Eric the Red, thc HAVE AV.OOK.Sje., '.^,y/ i'Si Service," 'Chevrolet Thc Daily Register, 20c a \vcck.j 127-tf! modern. 206 W. Church. 7 L A Z 1 C Y conserve oil and gas in 11B5. H ; The Daily Register, 20c a wetx. ,by carrier bor. exiled from Iceland for killing a · man with his sword. In 935 he cs- , tablishcd a colony near what is no-.v Julianehaab. EWSPAPER . F W S F A P F R l

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