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1? THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1951 €LA .<i {:^IFIED PA<;E There are Offers Here for Every Purse, Person and Purpose! WANTED HELP WANTED FOB HENT—3 room unfurnished apartment, modern except heat, clean, on bns line. Phone 3200-J. 6-21 iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiHiiniiiiiiiiiiittiiniiiiniiniiinfHiiniii' FOR FILTERED drinldnjf w.iter: Call Abie's Water Wagon, Phone 1021. 6-22 HOUSES KIDWESI HOMES—3 to 7 room* $1460 up. Wa erect the shell. Ton Unish All materials furnished. Writ* for free catalog and see houses on display at MIDWEST BLDG. CO Sub-division; Rto. 130. Charleston. 111. Open every day, e-si LIVESTOCK FOR BENT —Upstairs apartment at 1803 I FOR SALE—Cedar posts. 31c each, rubber Broadway. Call J. L. Bulord at 714 or l tire wagon and bed. Geo. Daniels. Bin- 1305-W. 6-21 lord. 6-21 FOR SALE — Family milk cows, fresh. Calves, stock cows, calves, heifers, bulls. Will trade some for hogi. Geo. Danicb, Biuford. 0-81 PETS Waitress Wanted TO WORK EXTRA AND WEEK ENDS McLoughlin's Cofe JFOR- RENT — 3 room apartment, with ulilitiea paid. Private entrance, on bus line, large cooling fans. Tel. 726 -W. 6-26 FOR SALE—House trailer, 27 ft.. Universal. Priced to sell, 500 Opd.vlte Phone 329-J. 6-21 WANTED — Experienced waitress, day "^shiU Apply at Bar-B-Q Haven. Curb Oirk Wanted Must be 16 years of age; state requirements. TooNN Tell 'Em 2ith and Broadway 403, Chicaeo S. • NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Seeks sales representatives to sell Dutch Boy paints to and through dealers in e s t a b 1 i shed territories. Salary, commission, car, expenses, and other advantages. Only applications by letter wall be considered. All replies will be considered confidential. Address replies to: RUSSELL C. STONE 722 Chestnut St. Louis 1, Mo. FOB RENT—3 room furnished apt., utilities paid. Call 3125 after 4 p. m. 6-20 MODERN FURNISHED APTS.. Frig-idaircs. Private baths. Laundry facilities. Fan cooling: system. North Fifteenth and Harrison, H77-J. 6-25 MAN experienced, operate farm tractor. Original Mineral Springs, Olcawvillc ^ni. WOMEN WANTED to service Avon ten-i- tSies in Mt. Vernon. Phone 3187-J._^^ TADY age 21 to 40. Short hours, Ught ^ork Will train. Original Spnngs Okawville. 111. IT! WANTED—Man lor porter work. Hotel tomerson. See Mr. Watson. tf WAITBESS WANTEIi—Hotel Emmerson I)ininrRoom. See Mr Watson. tf SITUATION. HOUSEWORK WANTED—Will stay nights. Phone 452-JX. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES^ Wflia'sALE —^Tavern, known as •"Buddy 's tla-ce", uTcentralia, ill. Reason for Mlling; other business. For mformation Call 0756, Centralia. I NSTRUCTION; GET A GOV'T JOB! Men-Women. Start high as $66.34 Nveek 50,000 Emer- rency jobs open. QuaUfy NOW. FREE 32-page book shows jobs, salaries, sample Tests. Write: Box 653, Care Begister- yews.' ^-"^ WANTED TCTBUY HAVE YOU a piano for sale? Phone 1563, Fenton's Piano Service, 300 So. 4th St. ^•^•^ WANTED TO BY—AVeaning- pigs and cattle tHie week, Phone 1353-W, J. V. Ander- ion. WANTED TO BUY — Good chain saw. 'E. E . Richards, Rt. 4, Mt. Vernon, Ph. 8839-W4. tl-20 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—Couple with small child desires two bedroom apt., with kitchen furnished. Permanent residents with reference. Box 98, Care Register- New8. 6-23 PASTURE LAND with residence and improvements. Cash rent. Also six or •even room house in Mt. Vernon. See or write Frank Schafer. 1006 Oakland Ave., Mt. Vernon, immediately. 6-21 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED— A couple to manage rooming bouse, living quarters furnished. Reference required. Write Box M. M., R'egisler- KevfB. 8-21 WANTED —House raising and water proofing basements. Phone 499 from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m.—after 4 p. m. Phone 2585-R. Clarence Frazier. ' 6-21 I AM, BACK in the Barber Shop at work. The public invited and will be appreciated. Fred Sodders, Dahlgren, 111. 6-20 WANTED —Washings and ironings to do in my home. 1310 Jones. 8-25 GOOD PAST PRY COOK. Hotel, restaurant, club experience. Will work any •hift. Phone 1888-M. 6 -21 WANTED—Ironings. 1106 Park Ave. 6-21 ELECTRICAL WIRING—^Light and power; reasonable. Write H. Geist, Rt. 3, Dahlgren, 111. Prompt service. 0-30 liAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. alter 4 p. m. Dick Rose. 3rd and Walnut 7-16 meiDE AND OUTSIDE painting, paper hiBKlng and wall washing. Flota Bros., Phone 3295-W. 6-21 WANTED — Lawn mowing with power mower. Work guaranteed. Prices rea- •ocable. Phone 2007-W. 308 Castlelon. 6-20 WANTED — Painting and paper hanging. T. Wood. Call 3438 after 5 p. m. . 6-22 tAWN MOWER rrindine. repairing. KEYS mide, lock* repaired. A S Bodge. 811 lontb tStb ereet. 6 -23 WATCH BEPAIB3 — Clocks and electric dock*. WiUlamfc Jewelry, lie N 10th. 6 -SX KATTBESSES HADE OVEB — Also up- taolitering, i. B. Bodgera, 711 Bell St. fhoa»34S3. 6 -ai aOAftANTEED wheel tMliudiis. 91M DM vhMl Pbonr 1400. tf FOB RENT— 3 room furnished apartment, downstairs, electric refrigerator, also 2 room furnished cottage, clean, close in; adults. 120 N. 6th. tf FOR RENT—^Two all modem 3-room apts., utilities furnished. 803 S. 23rd. 6-25 FOR RENT—Apartment located in highly deairable apartment building, close in, ultra modern in every respect including garbage disposal, Hollywood closets, steam heat. $76 per month. Call 372. 6-20 FOR FILTERED drinking water 3S56-W1; Andy Maynor. Call 7-14 FOR SALE—One registered male Cocker Spaniel pup: black and white parti­ colored. Eight months old; In perfect health. Only $30. Call 3174-J, «-20 FOR SALE—White flour bags, 20c each. Hawking Bakery. 7-12 BULK BLEACH—Gal 30c. Bring jug. Why pay more? Money bacJt guaranteed as good a!) any bleach. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. 7 -4 CHROMALOX heating units for your electric range hot plate, or water heaters. Phone 3513 Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. 7-4 FOR RENT— 2 unfurnished rooms, on bus line, near foundry, 117 Opdyke, 6-23 FOR THE FINEST IN FURNISHED APARTMENTS See JAMISON REAL ESTATE FOR RENT—2 and 3 room modern furnished apartments. Douthit Apartments. 12th and Perkins. Phone GIS-W. tf FOR RENT—3 room modern unfurnished apartment; private entrance and bath, stoker heat, storage space, 511 So. 15th. 6-20 UNFURNISHED, fully modern, three room duplex apt., with nice utility room, close in. Phone 3492-W. 6-20 FOR P.ENT —Modern furnished 4 room apartment, private bath, electric kitchen. Call 356-J. 201 N. 16th. 6-21 ALL MODERN newly decorated 3 room furnished apartment, first floor. 2 blocks from square. Phone 558-J. tf FURNISHED APARTMENTS — Telephone 3177-W or 189. 8-1 FOB RENT— Nicely fumishefd 3 room all modern apartment. Call Madge StuU. Phone 364—3486 -J. tf FOB BENT- -DnfnmlBhed S room apt.. modern except heal 1004 Bell: eolored only Cau 60? 004 U HOUSES FOR RENT—6 room modern duplex, available now. Call 3391-W. 6-21 FOR RENT—Five room home, fireplace, basement, pantry, utility room, oil furnace, garage, electric water heater. 1020 Oakland. $80. Phone 2522-W, if no answer—call at mng City Drive-In, 303 E. Main St. 6-21 FOR BENT— 3 room modern duplex, newly decorated, excellent location; adults. Phone 1386-J. 6-20 FOB RENT —Unfurnished 2 room house, nicely decorated, semi-modern, near high school. Phone 3879-J4, tf FOR BENT—5 room all modern house. Available July let. Write Box A, Care Hegister-NewB. tf ROOMS FOR RENT— Large furnished room for light housekeeping or sleeping room. Call 293. 6-22 FOR RENT—^Uptown sleeping rooms, single or double. 215 So. 10th. 6-21 FOB BENT — Htce, deairkble, deeping roozDi, sii^tl* or twin btAa. 425 H Oth Phone 1430. tt MISCELLANEOUS FLOOR SANDERS and POLISHERS for rent. Phone 36 for reservation. Welge Faint Store, north side of equare. 6-21 NEED A CAR? Rent-A-Car by the hour, day, week or commercial. New cars. MT. VERNON RENT-A-CAR CO. 821 Jordan — Phone 4685 FLOOR SANDING — RENTAL iANDERS. Call 4056 for free estimate or reserva- tiont. 'Wm. H. Camataan. 1216 So 23rd St. 6-28 FLOOR SANDING—rm estimate (Sst lif action guaranteed I EUymood Edmi •on. Phone 023-W 2701 College U FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—25 ft. trailer, very clean. Keith Groves, 411 north 12th St. 8-21 FOR SALE — Stock peas. $3.50. Tony Pitchford. Tolle road. See Wm. Wegman, 1st house east. 6 -21 FOR SALE — Gooseberries; also wanted, baby sitting. Call 4153-W, Mrs. Pickett. 6-21 FOR SALE—Baby buggy, black leather. Phone 2577-J. 6-21 FOR DRINKING WATER—Phone 3822-Wl or 3021. P. R. Bullock. 7-20 DIAD STOOl WANTED - riione collect: Bin? Snttta, fCmuM, 01. S5: Wood- Iftwa. bu« EelM m. Mt: T «fB «a FOR, RENT APApTMEN*^ RSTVBirr—3 room etlidency twfumUh- •d wt. Private'bath and^trance. 618 U(4a at.. Pbone |437, 6-S3 :.ifO''A KENT^ Ibrge room unturoUhed m.. modem, .'^3 So, ISth. 6-23 VOA EEN3V>4 room furnlihed afit., prl- bMh. Phone 2777J. «-22 FOR SALE—^Two doors, 24"x6'0', 32"x6 'e' new with hardware. Also three five gallon cans of Old American Foundation coating. Phone 1335-W, 101 N. 26th St. 6-33 FORi SALE—Apartment size eloelric stove; cabinet style gas stove; 1 gallon ice cream freezer. Call at 223 S. 17th St. after 5:30 p. m. 6-21 FOR SALE — Baby bed, complete with mattress and springs; also bathinette, excellent condition. Call 1005-W. 6-22 RABBITS FOB SALE—Does with litters and without litters, also hutches for sale. 1402 N, 12th St., Phone 4218-M after 4 p. m. 6-20 FOB SALE—140 sheets corrugated galvanized roofing, 10' lengths. 1% miles northwest Waltonville. Pete Ochap. Waltonville. 111. 6-25 POOTPBINTS left behind, don't mind, clean the rug with Fina Foam. Benoiat Bros. 8.33 IF WORN linoleum look* forlorn, use Glaxo plastic type coating. Ends waxing. Douglas Drug. 6-23 FOB SALE—-For filtered drinking water; Cal.\ Hodges & Warrene D-X, Phone 403. 7-18 COMBINING—Wheat and grain. See us now. We will arrange to do your combining when you are ready. Will haul your grain. L. D. Broyles, Benton Rd., Phone 987-W. a.03 FOR SALE— 25 lb. air operated chassis grease gun, used only few times A bargain. J F Brook., Phone 1186 -W. 416 80, Mth St. XOVU. BE aAPPlEB WITH A HOOVER —FOB 61 AND THi yEABS IX) COME FACTORY BEBUILTS FAtrPOBS GUAR ANTEED PBJCED FHON J19.B8 UP PEATHEBSTUN CO.- -Phone 828 O FOB DBINKINQ WATER—Phone 3822- Wl or 3621 P B Bullock 6-18 POPULAR RECORDS—Biu of reatarday Weetern muilc. ail oaw 00 our bargain counter ei 4 tot $1.00 Limited time only Featbenitun'e 1113 Broadwif tt AUTOMOTIVES FOR RENT—All modern 3 rooms and bath, furnished, utilities paid. 212-1 Perkins, Phone 1336 .ifter 4 p. m. tf Johnson Motor Service Guaranteed Used Car Special 1948 STUDEBAKEB COMMANDER 2-DOOR Deluxe black finish, sun visor, dual rear view mirrors, ciimit- izer, seat covers, wheel discs. FOR SALE—1940 Chevrolet, good tires, solid body, good motor. §265. 314 So. 4th St. 6-23 1950 2 DOOR Special DeLuxe Plymouth, low mileage; §1500. Phone 39-JX. 6-21 FOR S.ALE—1941 Che v. 4 door, radio, heater and spot light, fair condition; price §275. 1305 S. 25th. 6-20 FOR SALE—1940 Ford, good condition, new tire*. • Herbert Woodward, 1723 Forest. 6-20 FOR S.ALE—Late 1949 De'Soto sedan with small mileage. Fine clean car. with one owner. This car was traded in on a new home. A real bargain. Call 372, 6-20 DOGS BOABDED — Qroomad eheared end bathed Will call (or and delivet BappT • Pel Shop. » «6»b and MichTiew road Phone «28a U PLANTS FOR SALE — Sweet potato, mango and tomato plants. Floyd Duncan. Phone 2SS9-W. tf FOB SALS — Tomato, cabbage, maoro pepper*, nweet banana peppen email not peppei planta 821 OM>rge etreel Phone 1871 -a tf STOVES FOR SALE— AMen circulator coal heater: reasonable. Riley E. Johnson, 704 So. 23rd. Phone 2341 or 3502. 6-23 24 IN. FURNACE and stoker, complete with controls; three years in use; un- nsuM bargain Phone 1335 -W, 101 N. 2Uth. tf FOR SALE—1950 Chevrolet club coupe. white wall tires, heater. Priced to sell, 602 Main. 6-21 FOR SALE OR TRADE—The price is high but still a bargain. ..far below ceiling. What this car hasn't got. it doesn't need. '49 Euiek Super. See or call CUfton King, Phone 3378-W. 6-23 FOR SALE —Chevrolet truck. 1%. low mileage. Will trade for car or livestock. Geo. Daniela. Biuford. 6-21 FOR S-ALE—1948 Chevrolet CarryaU Suburban, radio, heater, good tiree. low mileage. Call 1953-J. 6-21 THINK! When Tea THINK of Buying or Setlini; a Used Car THINK of the S. R. VENTRESS MOTOR CO. 505 S, 10th Street Where You Buy for Less and Bank the Rest. i Johnson Motor 1 Service Guaranteed Used Car Speciol 1950 STUDEBAKEB. CHAMPION 4-DOOR [Regal beautiful blue finish— , overdrive, radio, seat covers and climitizer. CHICKS MT. VERNON HATCHERY CHICKS — •0 S. APPROVED PULLOROM PASSED Hatching each Monday Raise some fryers now—cut down on cost of meat. Plenty of Power Packed Wayne Feeds. Poultry Supplies and Remedies. Mt. Vernon Hatchery. 1016 Casey Ave. Phone 101 it Complete line of PURINA CHOW for pouUry and Uvestock. RILEY PRODUCE, 216 So 11th. Phone 83. tf SUTTON'S CHICK, Hatch each Tueeday, NUTRENA FEEDS. Plenty parkini space FEEDING ADVISORY SERVICE. Commercial FRYERS. See us for your poultry hog and dairy needs Sutton'i Poultry Farm & 'Hatchery, one mile north on Salem Rd Phono 2866. 8-30 SWIFT'S CHICKS are husky, healthy. hardy, 0 S approved. Pullorum passed, eexed or straight run Hatching each Wednesday Place order now Complete line of poultry, cattle and hog feeds. Swift's Hatchery. Phone 661 500 Casey Ave tf FARM EQUIPMENT IMMEDIATE DELIVERY New 1951 model Wood Brothers Combine, 6 foot cut, motor driven machine. DELIVERY PRICE, YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS Tins UP. Holman Tractor Co. Benton Road — Phone 377 FOR SALE—Allis mounted mower; cultivator for itohn Deere A or B; 14 hole single disc grain drill; cultivator for Oliver 60 or 70; Ford mower, rear mounted, good one; corn planter with fertilizer; rubber tire pull type mower. L. D. Broyles, Benton Rd. 6-21 FURNITURE FOB SALE— 3 rogims used furniture like new, includes Norgo refrigerator, gas range and heater. Inquire 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., IIIOH Main, Room 301. Phone 1670. 6-23 FOR' SALE— Complete bedroom suite, good condition. Phone 3400-W. 6 -20 FOR SALE —Miscellaneous furniture Including cedar chest, washing machine, 2 chest of dnawers, baby crib and mattress, kitchen table and various small articles. Phone 1306-W, 204 N. 4th. 6-20 LARGE LOT ^OR SALE— West; also furniture for sale. Phone 1081-J, Do not phone after 6:30 p. m. 0-29 FOR BOTTLED GAS stove Installation: Phone 2134J, N. Kinman, Benton road. Mt. Vernon. 111.. Dealer for PUR GAS. tf VOUR EE.ST BUY IN BOTTLE GAS IS SKELGAS—2-100 lbs CYLINDERS IN STALLED S20.00. CHANGING CITY GAS RANGES TO BURN SKELGAS OUR SPE CIALITY. HAMPER KELGAS AND AP PLIANCE. 114 NORTH 10th. PHONE 916. 7-13 IT'S FUN TO COOK with gas Cooler and cleaner ititchens See us for de Dcnd.ible double bottle hook up of Tri-Gas Tri-State Consolidated Gas Co.. Fairfield Rd Phone 3400. \ tf GAS HEAT is best. You can enjoy gas heat be.vond the city mams. Free esti mates. Tri-State Consolidated Qa» Co.. Fairfield Rd Phone 3460 7-6 FOR SALE—Combination fuel oil and bottle gas Florence range. Regularly $209.95. one to sell at 5149.96 Mitchells U WASHERS WKl,NUl!:K K0LL9 toi eu) •a«i«n Brtng to old roUe for wrlnter Peetheretun'* Radio Saiee. 1113 Broadway rree pieknp and delivery Ptaone tt* tf MISCELLANEOUS Phooe 830 PARK—1st hour 15c. Ace Parking Lot. off S. E. corner Square. 6-23 WHY PAY RENT? Your furniture can be your down payment on a new furnished home. 6 ^0 interest. 3% years to pay- Lowest prices and biggest bargaine at Carbondale Tr .ailerB on east Main St. Box 513, Carbondale. til. Open evenings and Sunday, Ph. 44-lK. 6 -30 WATCH aEPAlRING —Filmi developed. Watchee, braceleta wrist bande. ringt Credit may be arranged William* J'ewelry Store. Stanley Brandt manager tlO N lOtb St.. Ut Vernon. Dl S-11 PICTURES AND NOTARY—One stop serv ice for chauffeurs Mary Jane Studio. 906 Main. Phone 2247. 7-7 RAY DUKE'S RODEO. Wayne City, every Sunday at 2:30. Admission 25c and SOc. Wood'i Grove» 7-8 GLASSES—Dr J W WiUiame. 0. D.. 116 M. lOth. Ut VemoQ. Ill . 0-8 WE REPAIB your Maytag waaher. wringer A motor reasonable or sell you the parts for you to repair it yourself. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger, Phone 3513. 7-t TRUCK SIGNS, itenclle. Indoor and outdoor signs; rag weaving. 608 Conarer. Phono 2545-J. 6-30 PEBSONAIilZSO etatiooery. Toor name or monogram imprinted with oiu new michine, 24 hour service At low at TOc per box I Personalieed brldce cards, oap- kint and many other itemi Little's Office SuppUei, Emmerson Hotel Bids- tf NOTICE—Complete well drllUni end wetei oetem tnttallatioo and lerrioee Baynet * ScbeU. a a 1. Geff, Dl Phone 8165. Fairfield. U UAaiOM LODGK (fo 13 I.O.OJP meets every Tuetday 8 p m. tSl M lOtb Vliiting brotbert welcome tf BEAUTY SHOP INTRODUCING a new Cold Wave Procest, regiilar $10 wave $5. PhoD* 3631 for appointment. 6 -20 SPECIAL FOR 2 WEEKS—Machine Creme oil permanent $3.00; cold wave $5.00. $6 .50, $8.50. Phone 1414. 6-26 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES VACUUM CLEANERS are out only butt oeee New and aied Parte. Mrviee anj make. We rent cleaners Pbon* 1012 aty BaU Bide.. 0 a Bnford- tf BAITBHl KAOIO OWMEKS - Buy Uir new Bveoieedy Layer BUl 1000 houi Dsttery pack—enly 964)5 reethertton • Ilia Broadway U UraiOEftATIOR SCBTIoe ee all mmkM rafrtcerator* and all eondltloe eanl* aeot rred Skacva Pkooe 1469 tl MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experienced and equipped, 1604 Broadway, Phone 2690. 7-13 RADIO & RADIO SERVICE RADIO REPAIR SERVICE on all modele. Tubes tested free. Call 1844 for free pick-up and delivery. Guaranteed service. Warren Bottle Gas Service, 1009 Lamar. 6-20 DSED RADIO—A tew rery rood coneole model* and table modele Priced tor anick taie featbartttin 'et 1113 Broadway tf RADIO SERVICE—CALL 322 OR 32»— FREt PICKUP AND DELIVERY ffc repali and correct any radio failure to ae- cordance wltb modern enrlneerlnt prlD- dplei The reeull It a luaranteed aalle- tactory Job Art Featbentan. t114 Broadway Tube» teeted free of ebara* WELDING OIL FIELD Structural trucks repaired. Experienced, dependable. Day or nite— Phono 1481. 6-83 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE— 5 room efficiency home, with H bath, ideal location, close to store and park. $500 down, $30 per month. Full price $3500. Phone 3378 -W. 6-23 FOR SALE—Modern 3 bedroom home, located at 401 So. 26th. 6-23 FOR SALE—2 room house, 316 Forest. Call 2383 or 3864-W4. 6-26 FOR SALE OR TRADE—5 room tfiodern house, stoker and blower, close in. Ph. 1930-W. 6-20 FOR' SALE— 6 room house and 8 lott in Dahlgren. near busiueBs district. A. T. Bisworm, fl-Sa FOR SALE—Modern 4 room home in i M.-»nnen Sub-Division, beautiful kitchen. Take over G.I. loan direct from owner. Will lake car a» part paj-mout. Inauirc 1600 So. l '2lh St. 8-36 FOR SALE—New 3 room house, all mod- rrn, dry basement, oil heat, shower bath; cost $4500 — will Like $3500. Terms. Herman Knox, Woodlawn, 111. O-'JO MARKETS By Aaieeleted Preee FOR .SALE—8 room house. 4 lots. House wired for electricity. Wired for electric slove. East of Melhodl.st church in Op- d.vke. Call 2752-J, Mt. Vernon. 0-23 FOR SALE—5 room house on Conger Ave., lights and waler. Possession now. Price $3000 Terms rca9on;ibIe. See Clinton Hoit, 414 No. ICttf or Ph. 145-1-,1. 6-23 FOR SALE BY OWNER—5 room modern house, west part, full basement, furnace, jloker, hanlwood tloors. built-in cabinets, garage. GI financed Phono 3255-J 0-23 FOR S.A£E '— B room house; newly decorated inside and out. 3 outbuiUiniBS. two .icres of ground. Liberty road — S500 down, $30 monthly. Call after 4 p m.. 30SO-J2. 6-27 FOR SALE — Nice, high building lots on all weather road, near school Electricity. See or call Mrs. Molt Warren, 118 days, or 1712 after 5 p. m. tf LOST LOST—Lad.v's twin stone white gold diamond ring. (Uccpsakel. Reward. Call .•Uiuiire Stiill. Phone 301. tf LOST OR STOLEN — Small bl.ick dog. Tooth out in front. Phone lTli!-J. Bessie Lee. Reward. 0-20 LOST—Pair glasses in caie. Friday. Call 4659-W. Lost last 6-20 IN MEMCRIAM In memory of Td.i Viol.i M.ihry. who p:issoci away three years ago. June 20. l!>-tS: We w:itched yo>i suffer day by day. It c.iusei! us hitter crief. to see you slowly pass :\w;iy. Kac\ oouM not irho relief. Grnl s:-iw you were HUffcrinsr. And the hills were h.ini to climb. He oloscii your weary eyes and Whispered peace bo thine. But in our hearts, yotir memory lingers sweetly, teiiiler. fond and true. There is not a d:ty or iiiL-ht dear Ida Viola That WK do not think oJ you. Sadly missed b.v: Husband—M. T. MABRY, Brother—A. L. CROUCH. RESULTS! WANT ADS GET WALL STREET By Assecialad Press NEW YORK, June 20. — The stock market drifted a Jittle lower today but both losses and gains were only a few cents in most instances. Traders were cautiovis as they kept alive an eye on the deteriorating Iranian situation and Congressional action on controls. Their hesitancy was reflected in the lack of activity with the volume of trading running to about 1.100,000 shares. The market was erratic most of the session but during the final hour more and more issues drifted to the downside. Most price changes continued to be measured in small fractions and there was no panicky rushing to the downside. Corporate. Bonds were lightly traded with'prices narrow. LIVESTOCK By Assoclstod Press NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., June 20. — (USDA) — HOGS: 7,500: 25 to 50 cents higher than Tuesday's average on all weights of barrows nd gilts; sows strong to 25 cents higher; no change stags or boars; bulk 180-230 lbs 23.25-50; top 23.50; popular price for weights under 220 lbs 23.35; bulk 240-270 lbs 22.75-23.15; 280300 lbs 22.50-85; 150-170 lbs 21.7523.00; 120-140 lbs 18.75-21.25; sows 400 lbs down mainly 19.5020.25; over 400 lbs 18.25-19.00; stags 14.00-16.50. CArrLE, 1,200; calves, 800; about a dozen loads of steers offered with heifers and mixed yearlings in modest supply; cows making up about one-third of the run; high, good and choice steers 34'75; one load good quality feeder steers 32.50; odd lots commercial to choice heifers and mixed yearlings 29.00-34.00; utility and commercial cows 22.50-28.00; canners and cutters 17.50-22.50; commercial bulls 28.00-29.75; utility bulls 26.00-27 .5a.- good and choice vealers 32.00-37.00; prime to 40.00; utility and commercial vealers 25.00-30.00. SHEEP—500; shippers and butchers to most outstanding lots of springers paying 33.75 for mostly strictly choice to prijjie lot; other good and choice kinds and sprinkling choice and prime offering 33.00-50 largely; top to packers 33.50 paid for several lots TWO BUNDLES OF JOY - Leading Seaman Jim Ashworth, of Winnipeg, Canada, holds twin daughters. Pamela and Patricia whom saw for first time After hiis ship returned from Korean waters. His wife holds first child, David. 19 months old. not closely sorted; few mostly good kind 32.00-50; scattered lots, throwouts and culls 27.00-30.00; old crop clipped lambs virtually lacking; a few merely good No. 1 skins 30.00; cull to good slaughter ewes'12.00-15.00. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO. June 20 — Butter steady; receipts 544,.573; wholesale selling prices unchanged except cent a pound lower on 90 score B; 93 AA 69; 92 A 68; 90 B 66.75; 89 C 65; Cars: 90 B 67.75; 89 C 66. Eggs firm; receipts 18,782; wholesale soiling prices unchanged; U. S. extras .^2; U. S. mediums 47; U. S. standards 46; current receipts 40.5; dirties 40; checks 39. ST. LOUIS PRODUCE ST. LOUIS, June 20.—Produce and live poultry: Eggs, wiiolosale grades, nearby uncla.ssificd 39-40, Iowa unclassified 41-41 li. Fowl, commercial fryers and broilers, crosses 34-34 ^/2, reds 31H-33i'i. Other prices unchanged. CHICAGO POULTRY CHICAGO. June 20. (USDA)— LIVE POULTRY: Hens, firm; balance steady. Receipts 22 loads. 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