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i^AGE FOUR CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. ' Special Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Advertisement Accepted--TWO Lines THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., WEDNESDAY. F K H K U A K Y 11, 19-18 SID Laboratory (1) Notices ,(4) For Sale (Cont.) | (4) For Sale (Continued) 1 WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE «ETMIGERATOR. ^XCELLENT ^ORENCL H£U for debts contracted oy .inyonc concl. Will bell tcasonapi. i no. ''" " p , . other than myself. Harry T. Me- 814 between 9 a. m, and 4 p m. . Gtan e oi. other than myself. Harry Manus. HEATKOLA, $30: linoleums. 1331 190-2 (5) Wanted SEE MR. LEWIS Drug Store Saturday from 3 to 8 p. m abdominal fittings. TO BUY 50 SINGLE ACTION discs. 12, 15, 18, or 21-ft. John Deere. I. H. C.. Roderick Lean, new type David Bradley, Massey I Harris " or Minneapolis Write Pho. 38F4. 190-2 which looks and wears like real \ stone: Gold Bond rock wool in- j · __ P R y r R c sulation. blown in by modern , DRLSSED Htt ERb. In Memonam suiauoii. uiuv-.i m u muuv... ---·----r.,,,-. ,,. R 0 _,, 0 jt "st In loving memory of our hus- methods. All work fully guaran- \ Ungly. 1212 \\. Barnctt St. band and father, Thomas,McDon- teed. Workmen a^TM^ ' DAN MAT- 190-2 aid, who passed away February your 11, 1941, seven years ago today, and He had a smile for everyone A heart as pure as gold To those who knew,and loved · him His memory will never grow -2 FT. CROSLEY SHELVADOR preway 3-burner oil and Moline. Write G. R. Borg, Biggsville. 111. ·170-24 Studies Yeast as Cancer Project CAKBONDALE. 111.. Feb. 11.-One of the principal projects of Southern Illinois University's new biological research laboratory is a study of a "fading" yeast that may indicate genes--hitherto supposedly stable particles transmitting hereditary factors--may be dam aged and repaired. Because this may offer a clue to the mystery of cancer, this work is supported by the American Can- ror Societv and thc U. S. Public (5a) Help Wanted BRICKLAYERS. PAYING $2.75 per hour. 40 hours per week. All' winter work. S. N. Neilsen Co..' P. 0. Box Pcoria 48433 cer Society Health Service, according to Dr. Carl C. Lindegren, director of thc laboratory. He explained that this new point view concerning the gene "sug- ark. S. N. Neilsen Co.. | ,, ,,. t j iat canc cr may result from c 988, Peoria, 111. Pho. » h * damage of genes, and. on the 433 - 189 ' 7 1 other hand, that if conditions in .o,.,,TMTM A , T V B .*»,!the body are maintained so that MAKE EASY MONEY ALL YEAR! Sell Everyday All-Occasion Greet ing Cards. Stunning 15-card "Li lac" Assortment. You make 50c · damage "is minimized, the frequen- " cv of cancer may be reduced." Load Food for Europe From Store Where Lincoln Clerked NEW SALEM STATE PARK. 111.. Feb. 11.-- (U.R)-- A lanky young man took food from the store where Abraham Lincoln once clerked today and started it on its journey 'to Europe in the name of the man who asked charity for State Rep. G. William Horsley of Springfield, impersonating the young Lincoln, loaded token items "of food aboard an ox cart. Oxen pulled the cart a short distance: , then the food was put on trucks) which carried it to Springfield. The food will be loaded aboard the Illinois section of the Abraham Lincoln Friendship Train at.'Spnng- field tomorrow, the 139th anniver-' sary of Lincoln's . birth: Gov. Dw'ight II. Green will speak at loading "ceremonies at the old Wabash depot where Lincoln boarded the train that carried him to the White Blcc at Weddlnr A wedding Isn't consideredI onk-h. ·mong the Brohmans of India until perfumed rice hus been thrown on the bride nnd bridcRroom. E sc- where rice Is thrown us a sy' nbol(h °' prosperity which Is wished for the couple. I Still In Service The fl r «t completely i oiler be InK steam locomotive was builtV' 1929. It'is still In pnssenKer Ser .| , nnd has traveled nearly t wo *' lion miles, and nearly S U| th e Of , nal anti-friction bearing* nrc *J! in use. IU Pure Hypothesis cash profit on fast SI seller. Gift He cautioned that, at present. W R E C K E R phone 6£ Motor C Service." · . _ -- ---- 1 _,, ...... II-ITU o nnn r wixjic»ix vi. A. »iiii \jm*. «· n\j -\LEMITS LUBRICATION S E R M ^ 7 NASH oOO, UITH y - " j w o u l d like to earn additional $50 1 iirp " See"'iv Dunn Saline Motor j miles: 1940 Nash t-uoor scuan. 'p er \vggk working evenings and P O ' ' 132-U very clean: 1939 rord fordor sedan, jg a i ur (jays on National Sales Pro;,,____ ~ - 1940 Chevrolet coupe: 136 Pon "igram. "Opening in Saline county INCOME TAX SERVICE. R - v f o L I X AND VIOLIN CASE, McDowell, McDowell Grocery. both in excellent condition. Vio- Pho. 327R and o9oW2. VACUUM CLEAN Ahfc only business. 0. R. Buford, CU Hall Bldg., Mt. Vernon, III. IS-Mf rich sweet tone R ea son- ablv priced. See Raymond Ren- £ w 1940 Chevrolet coupe: tiac coupe. Harrisburg Motor ried on entirely with yeasts, and is directed toward obtaining a bet- · ' basic vhich the same p n i n g in Saline countv functions Iarch L Co ld lead to $5 QQQ ' in all living matter. 236W " ISEW CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE, ^.OW » · * - . j . * - . « . ! _ . _ T^t A ..J * T * / X r t « r t » ^ I CAR WASHING SEE ORVAL Durfee at Sabne Motor Co. 132-ti, ,THE H. W. RIEGEL HOME. GA- latia. 111. 7 rooms, bath, basement i OR and garage. Write Phillip E. t (2A) Bus. Opportunities FOR PRIVATE PARTIES _.._ ,,__..,,_. banquets phone County 54F11. Smith. 4440 Anderson Are., St. The Country Club. 103-tf Louis 15. Mo. "188-3 ~~~ I WESSON COAL AND STOKEK j Jackson Ice Coal. Tel 256. 132-U j Sales, Nash Sales and Service. vearly permane nt income. Write Hence, Dr. Lindegren. like other qualifications to Chas. F. Rog- j scientists who are studying cells, 4224 North Belt, Belleville, i is really searching for the mystery ,.,_.. . . ,,. , ,,,,. * 190--! of life. Whatever can be learned * 190-31 basement. 2 lots. Floyd \\ooaen.,___ | about the structure, functions, mul- Shawneetown. *190-3; MAN WILLING WORKER. OP- j tiplication. and life history, of the ., -- :--~ rr; portunity for permanent job; ex-; normal cell, throws added light . j QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds, perience not nec essary; about $401 O n the cancer cell, which is re' per week to start: car needed. For I g ar ded as a normal cell which {interview write P. O. Box 393,! has "gone haywire" and started 1 House after his election as president. The Illinois section will follow the same route through Illinois that Lincoln traveled on his way to be inaugurated. Other sections will start tomorrow from Lincoln. Neb.: Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Sioux Falls. S. D. The entire train will proceed! to Philadelphia where its cargo will be loaded aboard Europe- bound ships late this month. New Salem is the village where Lincoln started his political career by running for the Illinois legislature. The village was abandoned not long after Lincoln left it for Springfield, but it has been rebuilt and made a- state park. (3) For Rent i t i i t i t i i t t APART- 11. .. 190-1 F- 1:cs - TWO 2-RM, FURN ATM« A - OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SUP-j ments, upstairs. 211 S. Mill._ ^ ^ Har ? isburg Printers, 13 S ! St. Phone I180W. 185-10, NICELY FURN. Simpson's Garage, U. S. Rt. 190-.5 =" COAL. QUICK DELIVERY. TED Price Coal Yard. Tel. 1143R2. * 189-12 i 2 FURNISHED ROOMS. Raymond. j Harrisburg. 111. 189-3 j growing in an abnormal manner. Controlled Growth The yeasts which Dr. Lindegren iSHOP FOREMAN FOR A FORD ^ grown un der controlled EXPERIENCED BODY AND FEN- der man, permanent position, good working conditions. Harrisburg conditions. Bv treatment with ultra violet can worKing conuiuo,*. « a »»uu 46 light and mustard S^. he Motor Sales. Nash Sales and Serv- strengthen ordeplete certain char- 184-tf actenstics. These yeats can tnen be mated to each other vuch as the agriculturist breeds a new - lce TYPISTS. he jLiJT^o^. WESTERN UNION . has a few openings available and strain of hybrid corn will accept applications. 'Please | One or the new call for personal interview at lo- has produced is a vanetv which is , B R , FARM FACTS. A FARM RECORD j -^ 0 a re noi saiiMiecl. certainly l office please do not ph one. red in color. 188 ~ 3 for Income Tax Returns, designed I yon can get your money back -- , 190.3 Normally, such a jeast \\OJio PORTABLE ELECTRIC SEWING machines, bv tba -north. Phone or write Singer Sewing Center., Harrisbur?. Pho 45W. 183-tf 1C43F. Sl.CO. Harris- 23 S. Vine Street. ilSOW! 188-10 (4) For Sale 'PHOSPHATE AND FERTILIZER. just sell them with Want Ad!" a Register LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL- ^ _ o .. paper in Southern Illinois. Nation. Write in detail to Box S. G. , , remain red as long as its cells YOUNG LADY TO TRAIN AS! were "living," and normally this salesgirl in ladies' apparel shop, I color would be transmitted to suc- age 20 to 25. High school educa- ceeding generations. U c i j J W i "* O W U f c * » \ - A I* ****»»v»w tional Paint and Wallpaper Co. 103-tf '36 DODGE. 918 S. Land. -- field seeds and seed corn. Now con- . · ·_ · -R. G. MILL1GAN. trading '43 popcorn crop for S5, GOOD LUMP COAL. $6 TON DE- Alert for Deviations n care of The Daily Register 188^ His new discovery howeven is · that one group of tnese red yeasts '189-2 oer hundred at crib. Martin 5rcs.. livered. Tel. 685W. ISO 3 i SALESMAN FOR LOCAL 7-UP, loses its ability to produce pig- route; must be between 21 and ment, and -fades, .gating that ,,« L i ..^«u nn ii;., R OV n 0 ^;on^o rhp moment-transmitting gene naa Tel. 1168W2. 142-tf 1 28 vr g an( j V( ^ t h selling experience. According to a Mexican scientist man evolved from a centipede. New York subway sitters will tell you that man still is' a centipede. People who break their word find out that it never again is as good as new. COMING TO HARRISBURG, ILL. Friday. Feb. 13 Dr. H. J. Saunders * M. D. --SPECIALIST-At The HORNING HOTEL 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. One Day Only To .Give FREE EXAMINATION Learn the facts about your case: take advantage of this free offer now. because incurable complications frequently result from neglect and delay. !OR TRADE: \VE HAVE VENETIAN BLINDS. FREE ES- ,, timates Karl L. 'Wallace, call '32 BUICK. GOOD CONDITION j late model clean cars-one 1940: 193W ; - *189-5 117 West O'Gara St. 189-2 ; on e 1941: "-"-* j 28 vrs. and witn selling experience, j uie pigment-transmitting o---- ----, g ie ct anu ueidv. rrri \pbl» at Saline Hotel between ©.somehow become damaged and did Hundreds "of persons from all 7E 5 GOOD:vjT£-p Call for Aven Wright, not function properly. j parts o£ the sta t e have benefited ,,,,» i o A n - ! a n a y v- "'· ^ l ~~Z~~ , This in itse if W as surprising j £ rom Dr .Saunders' treatment for three 1942. Mitchell j "188-3 COMPLETE LIM- Ul' i L Quality Taints. National and W'allpapcr Co FOR QUALITY FLOWERS THAT ; '(Bros., 830 Longiey street, phone ! EXPER1E xcED WAITRESS. AP!283. ISJU-o - , · T^moc rafp 190-2 n' 1 ' are reasonably priced see Gobensj ~T^7--777 . S-li Flower Shop. 429 W. South. *185-- C H I C K E N BROODERS. ALL, I sizes, electric. 50 to 500_chick capa-1 \O) olv" James Cafe. Wontcd FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTII-'FRYERS AND BAKING HENS. C ity. Priced from S9-9o to S49.9o.j-- er washer parts. Service on all Sugar Creek Produce. 1S8--! Wiley's Home. Farm and Auto \/) Appliance Co.. -- -----Sucply, 22 W. Poplar. er makes. parts. Williams 615 E. Poplar. Pho 1146V/ Co.. 12341 5-ROOM 184-12 SEMI-MODERN. BATH. cabinets, on S. Granger. enough, since individual genes have been thought to be constant and to retain their power throughout the life of the organism- person or plant. But a second surprise followed the first. Dr. Lindegren found that mating the "fading" yeast with another normal yeast restored the : SMALL BULOVA WRIST WATCH [ igment to the offspring. L « _ i T.._!«.» TTl *-*"«li*-*rt I r*nn " ^* . . . . . t on time payments, j truck. L A Z ! C H VALENTINE C H O C O L A T E S wrapped for mailing at Barter and Keltner Drug Store. 188-3 THE BEST IN VALENTINE BOX -- MODERN H O M E candy at Barter and Keltner Drug · *- · «· - sioan and Web Store, $1.00 to So.OQ. 1884 no* e^ , semi-modern home. S y good home anc ^ ^_ i i t ..juse. new fur- ELEC M \YTAG WASHER. LOW!n acc', block of school, 54250. ell \Vise Rt 4. Hbg. Call Eldo-i 5-rm. modern home. no \ « . rado HF 1 * " -189-4'Sloan. New furnace. 3-car garage. 'S6500. . . . . . CLEARANCE ' 5-rm. modern house. North .na:r. 1S40 CHEVROLET P ANEL % -TON j between Junior Hi school and «-» · -- - ·--· -- ,, _ _ - ^ ( . ^ ^ r v - . w - . -- -- T -Pho. 40R3, Carrier MtUs.|p 0 Richmond's R e w a r d - R e 188-6, turn to Leo Richmond s Service : Station. 190-2 AKENSMAVS SHOE STOKE . | lo.. ik;tchen sink, WALLPAPER Hundreds of Beautiful New Patterns Priced To Save You Money Barter Wilmoth Wallpaper. Paint Glass Co. 5 W. Church Phone 304 OTncr , s , , new siding, solid WILER WRIST WATCH BE- tween Masonic temple and west As scientists are always on the alert to notice any deviation from the expected, and to speculate as to the reason for the aberration. Dr. Lindegren has the suspicion that this "fading" and "restoration" may indicate the possibility end of Poplar street. Return to -th t mav be damaged and Dailv Register. Reward. 189-2 V.* ,1 .PARKER FOUNTAIN )'EN. Name engraved. Max E. Swan. Return to 511 S. Main or Pho. 323R1. ·» 189-2 1(9) Miscellaneous I - W A N T E D : PASSENGERS TO ! Michigan. Leaving Thursday. Pho. 877. 188-3 MARKETS 1 foundation. $2230. j 4-rm. house, new roof, stool ana ·kitchen sink, newly painted ami) 'papered. S2250. i Hauptmann Real Estate. i 323 W. Church St. ; ! 189-2J LIVESTOCK ' ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. Feb. 11. -- (U.?-) -(USDA)-- Livestock: Hogs 5.300: salable 4.500: mar-' kct active. 50c to T5c higher than average Tuesday. Some 150 Ibs. . down SI higher. Bulk good and J |JftV$ "3 choice 180 lo 250 Ibs.. S23 to , f f l RS^I J C eposes (u! in \hm Produciion to Haintsin Prices ;(10) Instruction repaired. To Build Up Staff Thc new biological research laboratory was set up at Southern Illinois University Jan. 1. when Dr. Lindegren came here from Washington University, bringing with him an advance guard staff of Mrs. Lindegren. also a widely diseases of the stomach, heart, kidneys, bladder, liver, catarrh, asthma, weak lung, rheumatism, debility, leg ulcers and other chronic ailme'nts of men, women and children. Dr. Saunders treats without surgical operations enlarged prostate, hemorrhoids, gall stones, goitre, tonsils, female disturbances and appendicitis. If you suffer from any of the above* named or similar conditions and would like to know what might be done for you without surgical operation, it will cost you nothing to find out. On this trip Dr. Saunders will give you his professional services free of charge. He will give you a thorough examination charging for medicines only in cases accepted for treatment. Married women must be accompanied by their husbands. Address: 221 Fullerton Bldg., St. Louis. Missouri. OLD FRIENDS ARE BEST FRIENDS Your favorite grocer now has in stock the flours that have been the favorite of Southern Illinois for 56 years. Renew your friendship wifh 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. Belle of Harrisburg All Purpose Flour CREAM OF PATENT Cake and Pastry Flour MASTER Hard Wheat Bread Flour WOOLCOTTS 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 WOQLCOTT MILLING CO. Harrisburg, 111. Phone 136 Order A Sack Today! ELECTRONICS--RADIO START NOW ON YOUR CAREER i In Radio and Electronics. 1 School G. I. Approved, i SMAL CLASSES ! Laboratory Work Included Write toda'v for information. ^Jj^ J,tll^» J L 4 * * f t V t w ^ a ^r«»« »-.*.-- -- . recognized scientist, and Bessie Ka- \ wachi. a laboratory technician.) Mrs. Joseph Rafalko. wife of a j university zoologist, has been a p - j pointed as a laboratory assistant.! and ultimately a staff of about a ( half dozen will be built up. Dr. Lindegren has received a renewal of "a $15.000 fund from. Anheuser-Busch. Inc.. since he! came to Southern. He was also, permitted to bring here some $30.- · 000 worth of equipment furnished · » · 1 lit IV\*«1» AW* « » I » , V A »**«»*.»*/»·· V/V/V " V*. v*t v» -tf-^v-i ' . i T R H \ W in PVh n U1P ' LOUISVILLE RADIO SCHOOL bv Anheuser-Busch to be used in C M CaVcV UniveSty if Illinois! «3 W. Jefferson Street I his investigations, ««« ««rk r.orn ifarm economist, was on record to Louisville, Kentucky iday as opposed to farmers cut- I tine crop production in order to -- - ~~ (maintain current price levels. Anderson Names ! Case spoke here yesterday b c - r - f . T^J^. iforc more than 3.000 Illinois Short OfQin I rOOer "186-- 1 farmers and their wives attend- .inn thc University of Illinois" an- farm and home (Continued from page one) His work here is"also supported by a $5000 grant from thc American Cancer Society and a $5000 grant from the U. S. Public Health Sen-ice. Pop Proves Realistic GOSHEN. Ind. -- UE» --Sheriffs deputies hurried more than Usual when an accident call rc- Ibs., $17 to $17.50. $16. S!4 to be Si.043.500,000. The government's store in Thc program qot under- Maynard did profit by inside m- ported Monday and -will end Fri- formation. =°n the Thc "boom and bust" in the _jsc. who recently served wi;h commodity markets. Anderson said, *n~l"~{^ c jr"' 0 " nc o f the vehicles ia special Senate commilicc \\hich might have occn averted if margin r" , . = * collision he-.proVains. said Jhat except for requirements of 25 per cent had .'" v ° Ucd J" a comsion crop yields in good been instituted last Marcls when United States can con- the government suggested. The | food it produce, 1 ;. margin requirement now is 33 1-3 J. R. Mctcalf. I. Ph. New Camera Room 18 S. CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY At its Best by Modern Speed Lite Method. Avoid Harsh, Raw Lites of any Nature. Play Safe - Don't Gamble with Your Children's Eyes. Phone 1280 J. R. Metcaif's Modern Camera Room 18 South Mill Harrihu«? BY APPOINTMENT ONLY medium light wcicht i c ic\.-ctl annuai.y .' !.»! Ullr-rc 1 ..1 · f-rr-"ll i 11JU« · v · * - " « · ·"*" "' ·"··.- - - 10Ca leaS! with W« ScU- wclcd oxer a ihroc-jcar pencd._ "imcvcnlv lower. Bulls op- Congress has af:ropna:cd S^.-,rcn. «,«- \teadv "medium to -o-xl 500.0'JO of Jhc a'lthon/cd fundv and , Jn 03 %« tailis $20 to ?22 (.(2d srV7.n.)2.fl2S in turn ha*. 3w-en alKi 1 i w , yoslcrday. William SH^Srtftd beef bull? to S22-0. «:-J to SM airport yrojoct.s Thc^c ^amfjcld. won a - iijtir.'-ljro per cent. It is voluntary. Denies Tafl Charge thc commit- iy last night's A. TafU Republican prcsi- "charged that I 50.000.000 to keep the s? HART'S MOTQRS aclivj " ! " cvcr l alkcd alxnit buying Vr.lrfV.ii oO.uOn.OOO bushels and I never talk' ' ' keeping thc price up," i i t « i *t i i i *i t i cd) elude-' \r.na-Jor.csboro. Cuiro. Cnr-' Freight Fleet Grows c.s. s miv bondalo Carbor.dalc-M«rphyslxro., CHICAGO rs» -- An oulntil o f ; I . ciPanv EK-^'Ccnr,; Ccntralia. Du Quoin. F.-.;r-':rl,400 new freight cars delivered The largest number of coconut 621 ^'J^ °^extras 0 fi-lf SaS Snar^ectotn. Vit-rn?.'to railroads by Pullman-.SJar.dard' wAms. 10.000 of them, to be found .. per cc nt . A .Y i?: S iandsrn 3 and 'west Frankfort. A class 2 C-.r Mfg. Co. here during 1947 was'in one place in the United States per cent A **/ ' 42 a. ^3- 'airport was appnned for Harris- insufficient to assemble 328 freight IITC on the upper half of Key Bis^^44; s current ^^ '* , burg-Raleigh. tir.ir.s of 50 cars each. ca\-nc. near Miami, Flonda. dirties 40; checKs J»- i j^ « · GET THIS CKR TO FENDER AND BODY -G\U1CK/ THE SEBIOF SWISFHtTIOn * 4 « « 4 4 » » » » » ' CHURcmM«NST HflRRISBORG. \ ' KWSPAPLR! NEWSPAPER!

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