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i»AGE FOUB TOE DAILY REGISTER, HARR1SBUKG, ILL, THURSDAY, K E i m U A U Y 12. 1048 ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Spec/a/ Discount for Cash-yfiih-Order Minimum Advertisement Acccptcd-TWO Linea_ (1) Notices (4) For Sale (Cont.) '1(4) ForJalcJConHmied) ling moinur, ;uia. .-in..' " . - · man, who passed away on .un- coin's Birthday, one year ago. i,c,»ccn , , n,, 4 p. LARGEST paper in tional ;ALL 103-tf (6) Employment Wanted BOOKKEEPING OR GENERAL office work: experienced. Bert Schroll, 1024 \V. Barnett. * 191-2 SttSraS- £WWS«. °"^r^ -£iS£ i-c-ar T«,. A^Pty =-£!«.: ^ 9 tSi Fur"^ (iTwSSd Your Joving Jevotion, fc.J-Jo. -""· 191-3 , We sadly miss and mourn; j Your dear face and tender words, Seem lost and far away GOOD LUMP COAL. o $6 TON DB- (7) Lost TO BUY 50 SINGLE ACTION ^ -- T^() 15 U 1 ·**' o l. i * v* *J ^ * »-w -- - --· -ALL"KI\DS OF ROOFING AND discs, 12, is, is, or 2i-ft. John B^-nfy* SAW - | | ^frVo'nVK^ : $S 2T Ui ESS *£? · J ! lr .," e ". rt f., i ,, ,,n»v, st »v. iShirt, looks and wears like real Harris or Minneapolis Molme. our hearts And there will always stay. Greatly missed by her av ! which looks and wears like real Harris or TMTM e *W.TM ftTM"'«· · two.stSne: Gold Bond rock wool in- Write G. R. Borg, Biggsville IU Isolation, blown in by modern pho. 38F4. 1(z * » . * t_ A H ..*A**I- f i i l K - riiprrti. -· (9) Miscellaneous ELDERLY -,ADY WANTS AN- other elderly lady to share her Call between 7 "191-2 ULIlvl ITiUv* *,,» »MX-_. · ·«· home with her. Call between a. m. and 5 p. m. " LEAVING FOR MICHIGAN SUN- day morning. Call 858R. 191-3 (10) Instruction feSl^S, .»-! 'j^o^^ 2 "? lor ^^^ =^Z__ sergeant .^^ prot ection. Free estimates v !LJ^-.I*I* K!A%I/C I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE ' and n o obligation to buy. Iso FQRMER G . L WITH CAR WHO', f l C Q I t l l Pl^W^ SA TMsTM re,*r SSFSKS ',£££ -i^ ss «s? a ** ,.,,,,.* »«* *** "_ -i-lKCL:. i · . .j T»"»r-tt1orincf Pr»mn3nV- Kzl *: . . _ .-_*:«««i Coloo Trn- _ ---- WILL BE AT THE REYNOLDS, 1* A X J i ^ ^V*-- - .| J i l l " uv/»n ya.»u«*"^» «*r* V" » T««r \VOU1U H*vC iv t«m «««·-; -- pay. Call or write the Pate Roof- k working evenings and ina and Insulating Company. 821 § aturdavs on National Sales Pro- X6rth Park. Herrm, 111., tel 52.1. Opening in Saline county * 189-20 » , . Could i eac i to So.OOO , l fur __^_^_-- ·» u " lv 11 i- ^ , . __,,, w,-i'-.» · TO oe wiiiiuuc 01IH. »" «"~ -191-2; OK TRADE: 1941 FORD wncE jSMSSEf t?8E F.'iK ' J- *?££*«£ i - . " i . _. j _ u .*i« M* *-i *-«i»* '^rtrt- x i « » * » i * » T I * - D *-\l l A Y ' i i l n O1GS \ Cv II1****J j*» *.^v/i*o *,\*«»w» 1 . oi-c 4994. Xorth Belt, rSeilcMllt., y *"»· - ^ A »u~:« ^-.roc cave s Understanding The Eye signi is one of Drug Store Saturday. February 14.; ij^^i eni ent Co. from 3 to 8 p. m. for truss and, - - __ abdominal fittings. (2) Business Services ^^\^^^^^^ SSSh 5 Belt Be», ^gJ^Li?^. S f a , ^SJg'and! l«i^nt'5. "** 191-3 ^-2 75 t^^oJmuSe'Tthe 6 imnds ! START ING E.VRLY. Although only five ^^.^^^S^ 0 ^ SS!?!^£i±l^! .._! index cards. Harrisburg Printers, Pftor i, . 18433 . -89-i vwual mpre^ions w i _ --- - H-S^ Uil W R E C K E R SERVICE phone 6_9, nite phone 214RSahB3 i eauipment, in:.ig caws, u.uc.^o, p Q pox y!j index cards. Harrisburg Printers, j p ja ^3433. DAY " S. Vine St. Phone 1180W. i {80W'i reona "!!:!±___ ~^- The eye thus brings knowieage 01 ~ · . · »"·*-- - 166-tf ·;"~^T^TnvATTY KNOWN CORP our environment to the brain and 'irjyf I inf||ln B^SK^-ar^wTM^ ^ YS Lin( ° !n Fripnf l, i3i5il5pH^^A E! -i^^!S!j? l pS? ® - "^SS "X'eseSlS: -ffi %.*·,, %£% WOfl NieilOS Service." ^'' tl , Esta tc electric ranqe. Immediate lus bonus guaranteed experienc- the wo HSSilSpa^^^^'^^S^^ i? 2 TeinS rt r°ep^eS!S J pSSJ.,3 cmto^ ^= WjM. gjjr Hrgjeue, L.L., gene^ ^; Q ^ \Tiiis All work guaranteed. - - ^ ~~ ,TMT, C A V n HFXS. GO- ^?, nc ' *i9i-l back o lie WOnu uuuaiuc wui .jw..~~. The chief factors involved m are the eye, the optic ^^^risTO?'*TM 55 - ^si ^up^e,^-- saffif5^_j« ^r^^s^- 3f Hall SHEET METAL SHOP, FbLL\ cauipped to turn out all types ol sheet metal work, furnace pipes and fittings. Operated^ by experienced sheet metal workers Barham-Green Tractor Implement Co. I9i ' 6 CAR WASHING. Slit ^'^ Durfee at Saline Motor Co !·*--- (2A) Bus. Opportunities TRUSTWORTHY MAN OR \VO.vI- an part time to sen-ice route ot 5c candy bar machines. No experience required. Income discussed at interview. $345.00 cash Snow, Rain Hit East, Blizzard in Texas, Oklahoma By United Press Snow ana r?in fell over most of the eabtern portion of the nation today wi : ,n blizzard conditions ~r -- j Oklahoma Pan- into the second Register. * 187 - b S" l " ^ *"" Todav as the nation observes ~The"weather bureau said the TTVTnN! Proper care of the eye is es- the 139th anniversary of Lincoln's sno \v area extended from the cen- ui J% ;pntial to general good health birth new studies of recently open- tra i a nd southern plains states Die ana acu«w«. ___i.. ^^^^ oonoml .j ^r fhn rivii \v^r Prpsi- ~~~n*~~-i,i,ir-A intn thflrt\vcr Great Taft Sees No Alarm Over Market Slump ST. PAUL. Feb. 12.~U.R-Sen. Robert A. Taft. R.. 0., said today he feels the present commodity market slump will "straighten itself out" and will not result in depression and unemployment. Invading the stronghold of Harold E. Stassen. a rival for the Republican presidential nomination. Taft said Stassen had exaggerated the differences in their thinking. He also reiterated that he thought the Minnesotan had made a mistake in entering the Ohio presidential primary against him. . Taft at a news conference, said he saw no reason to become alarmed over the slumping commodity market. , .. . "It depends on how much it develops, of course," he said, "but at the present time I see no reason why it should not straighten itself out. Savs Good Thing "There still is a large demand for products and tremendous purchasing power, and I don't believe the commodity market dip \viU interfere with full employment unless it becomes much more general " He added that he considered some drop in commodity prices a good thing because it will help somewhat to straighten out the curve of price inflation. Taft said he did not feel the market slump would force Republicans in Congress to amend then- plans for income tax reduction. Taft was asked whether it was true his Lincoln day dinner here tonight would point up "vital differences" between himself and Stassen on international affairs. "I don't think there will be a j 1 lot of differences pointed up," he said, "except on the question of a world state. Frankly. I think Mr. Stassen has exaggerated the differences between us." Taft would venture no prediction on the number of delegates he will have pledged to him when he goes to the GOP national conven- J tion. Snowslide Hits Narrow Gauge Train in Colorado ALAMOSA, Colo.. Feb. 12.--(UP.t --Bruised and shaken passengers! and crewmen today told how ;m avalanche of snow thundered do\\n on their liny narrow-gaugo t r a m last night and swept them 300 feet down a mountainside. The 10 passengers and four trainmen were brought hero a i dawn by a rescue train. All 0 ( the crew members and two of tin- passengers were taken to hospu. als. None, however was injured seriously. The snowslide, on a desolate' mountain stretch of the Denver Rio Grande railroad, knocked u\ 0 passenger cars and the parlor car off the tracks. The two coaches tumbled down the side of a canyon 300 feet and came to rest on 'their sides. The parlor car skidded down the mountainside 15 feet but remained upright. The only cars left on the tracks were the baggago, car and the mail car. |, The five-car train was winding I slowly up a steep grade on 10.000- foot-high Cumbrcs Pass, pan of a stretch which railroad men call the "world's worst 200 miles." Passengers and trainmen said the giant snowslide was "on top of us before we knew it." The stunned passengers scrambled from the derailed coaches and plodded through the deep snow and sub-zero cold back to the res'« of the train. Despite the cold. recorded here at 30 degrees belou zero, only one passenger. Miss Mary Martinez. 19, Parkvieu, N M.. suffered from frostbite. Fine Ten Members of Congregation for Handling of Snakes CHATTANOOGA. Tenn., Feb. 12 U.R--Ten members of th $ Dolly Pond church congregation were fined $50 today for violating the ne\y state law against handling snakes in religious ceremonies. It was the first conviction under the law enacted after two worshipers died of snakebites at Cleveland, Tenn. TYPISTS. WESTERN has a few openings available ana «i.«« *"£·;-- will accept applications. Please and com ersei.. call for personal interview at lo- healto cal office. Please do not phone of the . . ° good general to the health some part of ply James Cafe. tne eye ii uaumecu, \*»»«»*v- ~ -results in headache, indigestion, A.P- backache, nervous disorders and 190-2 other conditions. U l i t l l Itcvv ALUUI^O v* *v-v.v.*»**-.- « £ - -- - ed papers of the Civil "War President disclosed more evidence of his compelling personality. David C. Mearns, Lincoln expert of the Library of Congress, says the collection sheds more light on youthful days of the Lanky "rail "S300 for a watch! Great Scott. _ _ . . ,.·.-.. TTTJ^T T^* f* \ CXT 1 ! at interview $345.00 cash "S300 for a watch! Great bcott , HJ Si ^^^^^^^^^ ss sSeiiTo Refuse Aid if iyropean Nations i i I I I t t t » I 9 FOR PRIVATE banquets phone The Country Club. ^ VIOLIN AND VIOLIN CASE, j in Production other conditions. youthful days of the LanKy ran In turn poor sight may be as- sp ijtter" who was to lead the na- sociated with disease, such as tion through some of her most '·syphilis, arteriosclerosis, or dia-1 decisive years. ! betes. The normal process ot i f Humor Poverty ' ornwino old may affect the eye,, . See all of Se"tissues concern-i Mearns quows :rom the i bl " Le ..f ., _..»_:».- «f tv, 0 ot;o -inmiblished notebook 01 The Daily Register. 20c a \\cek iuearns quuieo -ium -^^ ,u.i.v,n« unpublished notebook of a biographer who interviewed Lincoln's old ~" . * * · _ » i. _ A 4.1.^ 4«w*n. ed with the nutrition ot t ne eye -^-^^,^-7 Lincoln's old S sr:« siact-^* JfiiTaS-u .,. V.'ASHINGTON. - -- -6 ' The Senate Foreign Relations com-, mittee voted unanimously today off Marshall Plan aid to · nations which fails . , Q - · coin's "humor. Of his strength, of (3) For Rent 5-RM. NICELY" FURxTHOUSE. Jackson Ice CoaL TeL 2 56 isz-u j ^/Eurwean nations which faiH^^'arear'^oinetim^ the Simpson's Garage, 1). i- «t., -?. .Vito'boost their own production. ', ids will be ' crus ted together atter ( ot ms poveny imu **TM "'»·. 190-3, STOVE WITH HOT WA1E.R AT- p° recc iving countries also ^ p A . tired eve i! unable to Lincoln welcomed his appointment -------^7^., tachments. 109 S. Mam. 191-2 j The ^=e^ ^ . f ^ sleep. ^^^^^^ It becomes ' in 1832 as posmaster-of New Sa- ELECTRIC bt« i i :1 ^ i .^.^ ^-r. !,» i»- n ,,n to pledges to reduce! ilv i rr i ta ted and is more like-.lem. 111., because then he couic. _ j _ u^^^;ar-e i. ." ^ _ r j«j K,T fnroian hfifi- r-o^ri th* nftwsoaoers wnicn ne Iv have red and swollen eye- coin's numor. ui nis buengu:, ^ with constant watering, and his awkward, but unmistakaole shot areas in the normally dignity, of his struggles to learn, areas Sometimes the eye-; and of his poverty. ..;u K»'/.n,«:tPfl tneether after. Of his poverty one said that maddneTby the'month. Phone' OFFICE EQUIPMENT .S- write Singer Sejvmg Ccntci Ues _ _ Harrisburg Jnntcrs, +S S. es _ , 183-Jj Vine S L Phone 1180*. i88-10 trai anu souiut:iii j/iauu ov«v_v, northeastward into the lower Great Lakes region and most of New England. The snow in the New England states brought much warmer weather and communities which reported temperatures far below zero yesterday had readings in the 20s earlv" today. Heavy rain fell from eastern Texas and Arkansas northeastward through" the« Ohio "river valley and eastward to the south Atlantic coastal states. ' Memphis. Tenn., reported the heaviest rainfall with 2.07 inches veste'-day, most of it between 6 p. m. and midnight. Rain was failing over the entire area from northern Florida to southern Penn- svlvania. . . " At New Richmond. O., giant ice floes in the Ohio river smashed against the front of a mountainous «or-*e of ice and army engineers warned that if the gorge broke, 7 d is more like-.lem. 111., because then he could TM oiR T 0 be"bad!" lv to be invaded by foreign bod- read the newspapers which he "^f f'^ hlmond is 30 -\rthur H. Vanden- es SU ch as cinders and dust, be- could not afford to buv himself. . e^ K'cnm^^. ^ Arinui n. , _ ies :._ Vu« ««,,« Hn not react Another said that Lincoln ne sTS5^0M. p PH£AJ|^ (4) For Sale .nay !*--.-."· -,RR.in ri^irrmn \rthur H. vanaen- ; es sucn as cinders ana uusi, uc-coiuu nui. «»'.««."«·» "»; " , - -St. Phone 1180-V. '88-10 Ctoman Arlnm ^ JSJ" the tissues do not react Another said that Lincota never QUICK DEMVERY TED I «re "TO ot a series oi| Cnorma lly to get rid of such for-! sought to use l"**«"3Ui jnd ·cJaV^rd^Tel'^l^l Ss U S *^^f^*^ ,, should see ffS?,5 VSS-K ^!^ ( «p£ BKT ^ir^ffl^v^ m "" whal « rtf^ ci«vd Svc ouUinbdi at Paris last sum- cr or i^er distances. But cm- footraces he did it to be agrce- -^L" scl%es ou" lutu i:_,«:«« «-;th its readme and in- -.hio with the people. William O. t s going 10 uc "«"*· i New Richmond is 30 miles upriver from Cincinnati and the engineers said that if the gorge breaks loose, it will rush down j eight miles of open water before striking another gorge. If it breaks through the second gorge nothing MI ^««« if frr\m c\v**»nin?? into Puerto Rico Not Tropical The island of Puerto Rico lies def-. initcly within the tropics. The cli-, mate, however, is not tropical, i The island lies directly in the path ] of the constant trade winds which j I temper the heat of the tropical sun. ; i The average daily maximum tern- i i pcrature is 86.0 degrees, and the i I avcrase dailv minimum tempera- · SSSSS^"--i c V£:i;- *?j_ ^- »· "'* s! _ _ j ..i r--i,. r^^ tiunrmr! temperature occurs IjLiJjv-; JMJ\ » , -ju ell \V5sc. KL 4, Ho 0 . rado 14F2. MARKE Harry Eordcr. 1028 b. Webster. l91 ' 2 'FLORENCE HEATKOLA. sso: ( \vardrobc. 2 large linoleums. Uj31 .S. Granger. 1JU '" FUYKRS. DAN MAT j r »* A»»f«.'"» · » * . · " * · " " ^ , ! '.ingly, 1212 W. Uaroctt i ) N . ^ ^ » * W * .-*^ -- - jof Meetings l,r\"ESTOCK 1 I CT LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- r {riccralor: r^-wnv r,-ourncr o:,j · vSbS Feb. 12-TM-t:SDA) Jiovc: 4-cap la^n-.ry Move . r « ; I i SftrtKB^sswawisj I · WcdScsd^v's average moslly op · TM Notice Masons: Spccia: meeting of Harrisburg Lodge No._32o. A. F \ M.. Friday at · P- m. Work in the F. C. degree. E. 0. joy. \V. M. There will -·= « regular staled ' Eastern Star the Masonic case. ,, ' Your two eyes must last you an your life. Give them the best possible care. Railroad Worker 'Awarded $71,750 For Crushed Foot The youth choir of the First Bap list church «ill meet for rchcarsa, i. and the adult choir Pennsylvania Louis across Iowa and northern Illinois. 1 Other sections will roll out to- 1 nicht from Council Bluffs. la., and 'Sioux Falls. S. D.. in addition lo ian Illinois section starting here. ! The entire train will join at In- idianapolis and then proceed to ' Philadelphia to he loaded on ships .later this month. . The lllir-ois section was *ch"v ulcd to follow the route Lincoln traveled en route to be inaugurated in Washington. It will stop at Decatur. Tuscola and Chrisman to pick up contributions from central linois train was loatkd i t i » t t i i i i t i i i i t i *i l-Y 50c higher. to S22: »"· *·""^i"« down: 100 to 12f) largely, »!.» fov 4 _ 0 s- *$££?£· zstfg/Ss. tsrs 1 «* 5tfB*V«S.« $15 to $23- NKW CONCRETK W.OCK HOI *r.., basement. 2 lots Hoyd \Voo^. New Sha-*r.ccto^n !»- oTTKADiirWE HAVE 5 GOOI) iai* rrodcl clean cars--one I!*i9. on« 5*1? three 1942. Mitchell Bro., S30 Longlcy .street, phone 283. '* C H I C K E N ""BROOUESS. ALL j,i;cs clcctr-.c, 50 to 500 chick ca?a t: -v'Priced fron S-05 to $4.1.a. '\v7lcy's "os«e. farrn and , A ;'lo .Supply, 22 W. Poplan 184-12 ' 1940 CHEVROLET PANEL VTON tmck. Pho. 4CU3, Carrier Mills. 1886 GCCV.) dav at 2 p ,. 1 F! v lack-on at the home of her mo*h- U?04 cr. 123 West Poplar Mrcct. The Union Association of Sine crs, will meet Sunday at 2:30 p. jn at Macedonia Baptist church. ncar"Mitcncilsvillc. All sincere arc urged lo attend, and the public is invited. Daughters of Ruth Sunday- school" class of McKinlcy Avenue Baptist church will have a pot luck supper this evening at 6:30 at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Ken- cipp, 108 Wct Homer street. More Shoes Manufactured ' While the 1936-40 average produe tion of shoes in the United Stale? · was 411 million, the production foi 1947 will reach 350 million pairs. 250 pound steel while he and a i unloaded plates . _^________-^ from a freight car. | ·.!»...*» Maf-c Hcrron's attorney said his cli-; HorriSDUrg V3erS cnt was permanently injured.^. ·*·+{· _ Ck nr A Railroad witnesses testified that 2!,/·«? o^ J M W I C he had failed to exercise the pro- j Qr lU o t or Fuel S O X per care in his work. w » f » t w « w __ SPRINGFIELD, 111, Feb. 12-Father of Apple Planting dpi--Tha State Finance Dcpart- ! One of our country's most pic- ' mcn t today announced allotment Uircsquc pioneers was Jonathan ' o j $1,112,511 to municipalities as Chapman--Johnny App:esccd--who , their net share of January motor ; introduced the apple in wide areai ,f u c j tax receipts. west of the Appalachian mountains, j Allotments included: Cairo. $1,and for whom one c' our most popu- J9Q8: Ccntralia, $2,789: Du Quoin, lar vane ics, e j ,, . ,, - ' ,, ,, ,, ici'ift?" Marion S1.246' Mt. Car- icy aemonsirau» pcnv^t udidni.x- named. An cxp.o.c,-missionary, $l,lb·u ^TM,S;'*£ ^ 0 S1 50] . skimming across water on one ski. i^Twcnl P '" ^VT^S^i^ at Cvorc^ Gardens, Fla. 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 with this family 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 lo you. Belle of Harrisburg All Purpose Flour CREAM OF PATENT Cake and Pastry Flour MASTER Hard Wheat Bread Flour WOOLCOTT'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 WOOLCOTT MILLING CO. Harrisburg, III. Phone l- 6 Order A Sack Today! . JEWS PA PER I JEWS PA PER I

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