Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 26, 1951 · Page 10
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 26, 1951
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THE REGISTER-NEWS ~ MT. VERNON. fLLfNOFS There are Offers Here for Every Purse, Person and Purpose! winiiHWiiitiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiir WANTED HELP WANTED WA>?TEI>—BeUable 1245. baby sifter. Phone 6-27 WANTED—Boy. 16 to 18 yr». old, who can travel for about 8 weeks. Call 1802-J. 6-37 FOR RENT — S room apartment, with utilities paid. Private entrance, on bui line, larn coollnf fans. Tel, 726-W. 6-26 SALESMAN for national automotive hardware firm. EatabliBhed territory southern halt of Illinois. Late model car es- ieritl«l Will train. For interview: Call I. C. Stelmach. Hotel Emmerson, Thursday. 1:00-4: 00 V. m. 6-2" EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person. Boom 202, First National Bank BuUdlnp. tf YOUNG MAN to learn sandinjr and as- sembllng of wrecked cars. Apply only at Baj-er Body Shop, Harrison and Johnson street. tf WANTED—Girl to act as combination cashier, secretary and file clerk. Must be ablp to take dictation and type. Permanent position Address Box C. R,, Care Reeister-Newe, in own handwriting, giving: detailed qualifications and references. 6-38 FOR THE FINEST IN FURNISHED APARTMENTS Se« JAMISON REAL ESTATE FOR RENT—All modern 3 room* a bath, furnished, utilities paid. 2/21 Perkins, Phone 3216-W. tt FURNISHED APARTMENTS - Telephone 3177-W or 160. 8-1 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished 3 room all modern apartment Call Madgs Stull. Phone 364—3486-J, « WANTED—2 young ladies over 18 years of age. free to tr,ivel, short hours. Attractive offer for ambitious workers No experience in our work. See Mr. Louis Beckmen, 1304 Main St., between 4 and 5 p. m.. all this week. P-~° EXPERIENCED WAITRESS — Apply in person Blue Goose Cafe. 6-28 FOR KENT- UDtumlabed S room apt.. modem except beat 1004 Bell: colored only CaU 607 084 It HOUSES FOR RENT—All modern 6 room houso with garag'e, close to new hospital and Lincoln school. Will lease. Phone 568-J. 6-27 FOR RENT—Unfurnished large 2 room house, west part. Phone 3305-W. 6-37 HELP WANTED—Male or female wool presser. wool spotter; good working con- aitions; top wages; steady employment. New Athens Cleaners. New Athens. 111. Phono 190. , 6-37 WAITRESS WANTED — Hotel Emmerson Dining Room. See Mr. Watson. « BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES yiLXiING STATION in Sesser, doing good business. Right party can secure lease, and buy stock and equipment; reason for selling, recalled back in Civil Service work. Bligh Robinson. Waltonville or Sessor, III. 6-29 FOR RENT—3 room nice all modern house, oil heat, shower bath, dry base ment. $30 per month. Herman Knox, Woodlawn, Ul. Phone 2124. 6- NEW ELECTRIC SINGER sewing machine. deak type. Cost iliSS.OO. Discount. Alma Trailer. 216 So ISth. 6-27 PHOTOS—Cha'feuM lOc: also rclrcFhins-. coolinp flavors. Photo Place, S13 billfolds 20c: snowballB. all lOlh. tf $500,000 Loss by Thefts to Ward's By Associated Press NEW YORK. June 26. — Goods worth $500,000 have been stolen from the Montgomery Ward and Co. mail order house here in the last 30 months, police disclosed today. Authorities said they were questioning two of the firm's truck drivers and a housewife. None TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1951 MARKETS By AtMctatad Prfi* WALL STREET By Asseclattd Priii NEW YORK. June 26- jnST RECET-V-ED—SHIPMENT OF ALL | , , , A3iERic.\N QUAUTET PHo.NOGRAPH 1 had beeij. Charged. RECORDS—S9c. FEATHERSTUN CO 7-8 FOK. DR1NKI>^G WATER Phono 382S-W1 or 3U:i, P. R. Bullock. 7-20 roa SALE— For filtered drinking water: CaJl Hodges & Warrens D-X. Phone 403. 7-18 FOR. FILTERKD drinking SSoO-Wl, Andy .Majiior. water — Call 7-14 FOK. SALE—Whin flour Hawkins Bakery bags. 20c each. 7-12 BULK BLEACH—Gal 39c. Bring int. Why pay more? Money back guaranlesd ts g-ood as any bleach. Tliriftj Laundry. 1711 Conger. 7-4 YOUR BBST BtTT IK BOTTTLE GAS IS SKELGAS—2-100 IhB CYLINDERS IN STALLED $29.00. CHAiNGING CITY GAS RANGES TO BURN SKELG.VS OUR SPE- ciALrrr. KAMPER KELGAS AND AP PLUNGE. 114 NORTH lOth PHONE 018. 7-13 GAS FTEAT Is best Ye\i can enjoy gan beat beyond the city mains Free est! m.ites. Tri-Stato Consolidated 6u Co.. Fairfield Rd Phone 3460 7-8 CHKO.MALOJ heating unit* for your electric range tiot plale, or water heaters. Phone 3613. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conffer, 7-4 rOO'li BE a -A.PPlB« trXTH A B0OV £lt —FOH '61 AMD m VEAH9 fO COME FACrXOKV KEBUILTS FACTO US 6CAB /INXEED PK.1CED FHOli 119.06 OP FEATHEKSTO » CO.-Pbon* US. II FOR RENT—Unfurnished house, modern except heat. 309 S. 24th. $35. Phone evenings only. 2464-W. 6-30 FOR RENT—4 room house, newly deco. rated: reasonable rent. 13U So. LSih. ti-20 FOR RENT—Modern 5 room home; north part. Phone 2523-W call after (3:30 p. m. 6-20 FOR RENT—5 room Available July lit. R-egister-NewB. all modern house, Write Boi A. Cafe tf DISTRIBXJTORSHIP — Pull or part-time. Modest investment 100% secured. An excellent opportunity to own a business. Box 444, Care Register-News. 6-28 INSTRUCTION GET U. S, GOV'T JOB 1 Men-Women. Start high as $3,450.00 year. Thou- aanda of jobs aavilable. Security. Promotions. Qualify NOW! Experience usually unnecessary, FREE information on jobs, salaries, details. Write TODAY 1 Lincoln Institute, Pekin 12, piinoii. «-27 ROOAAS POF>ULAR RECORDS—aita Qf yMMrdV Wefltcn muaic, til MW on oar barcmin countei 114 foi $1.00 Limited UoM only FeaLherstun'a t 113 Bh)Bdwv It AUTOMOTIVES FOR SALE OR TR.VDE 1041 Chevrolet 4 door, fair coniiition, radio, heater, spot lirtt: will arraufo finance. See at 1305 S. '.;olh. a-2Sl FOR SALE—Combination fuel oil and bottle ras Florence range Regularly $209.95. ona to tell at tl49.95 Mltchall's U WASHERS ITKL'^UIfiB ROLLS tof aB> vaMCTt Brtni (a old roll* for wrtncer reathentuD'* Kadlo Saiea. 1119 Broadway rrta pickup •iH) daliyary Phcm* SM 'tf MISCELLANEOUS NOW OPEN—Ace Parkins Lot. off S. E. corner of sciuare. Park by hour, day or week, 7 -2 -Stock prices held barely steady in today's market, after many eatly gains were reduced or wiped out. Changes in cither direction were generally less than a dollar a share, and a number of leading issues clung to yesterday's closing level. Advances and declines were about evenly divided. Despite an opening rush of overnight orders that pushed the list higher for a time .total volume for the day was in the neighborhood of 1,300,000 shares, compared with 2,440,000 Monday, Individual strength was found in some of the Petroleum, Aircraft, Building Material, Chemical and Mail Order shares. Railroads, Steels and Motors found it difficult to hold even. Corporate bonds were narrowly mixed. NOT RESPONSIBLE for any one killed stealing after dark at Burwell Salvage Yard. Gale Knox. 6-26 FOR. SALE—X94S Enfrlish Fonl, Prefect. Eng-inc recently ovrrli.iulcd. Owner leaving- for overseas. Leonard Whiilock, 900 Park Ave, tf WATCH REPAIRING—Films dsTsloped Watcbea. bracelet! wrist band*, rinrt Credit may be arranged Williami Jewelry Store. Stanley Brandt, manager 116 N 10th St. Mt Vernon 111 8 -H FOR RENT—Largo sleeping room with private bath and entrance. North 12th St., close in. Tel. 295. 6-27 FOB BENT—Comfortable sleeping room, private home, near town and sctiools. CaU after 5 p. m., 230-J. tf FOB BENT—Two large sleeping rooms in private home, close in. Phone 285-wx. 6-27 WANTED rO BUY •VTANTED TO BUY—Radio, to fit in daah oi 1948 Ford, Andy Pace. Tel. 2380-J. 6-27 WANTED—^Uaed truck tires, sire 7.00 or 7.50. 16" rims. Phone 1481. 6-26 WANTED TO BOY—Good used electric washing machine. Must be in good condition and reasonable. Write Box M. A.. Care Register-News. tf roa SENT — Mice, deairabi*. lieeptni roomi, ainrJa oi twin tMda t26 N Otb PhoDt USO If MISCELLANEOUS OFFICE SPACE for rent—llOBH Main Phone 094. tf FOR SALE BY OWNER 1950 Nnsh 4 Door, Statesman- Super, Equipped with overdrive, radio, weather-eye and bed. E.\cellent condition. Reasonable. Would trade for 41-48 model, if clean. See at 710 So. 2oth. Phone 2970-J. FOR, SALE—X948 Chevrolet CarryaU Suburban, radio, healer, grood tires, low mileag-e, SSOO. Call 1952-J. 6-28 PICTURES AND NOTARY—One stop serv ice for chauffeurs Mary Jane Studio, D06 Main Phone 2347. 7-7 KAY DUKE'S RODEO. Wayne City, every Sunday at 2:30. Admission 260 and 50c. Wood's Grove. 7-6 GLASSES—Dr J W WlUiama 0 D., 116 N lOth. Ut Vernon. Ill 9-6 WE REP.\IB your Maytac washer, wringer or motor reasonable or sell you the parts for you to repair It yourself. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. Phona 3613. WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—Furnished S bedroom hous6. duplex or apartment. CaU 1601. 6^ A^ISCELLANEOUS NEED A CAR? Rent-A-Car by the hour, day, week or commercial. New cars. MT. VERNON RENT-A-CAR CO. i%l Jordan — Phone 4685 THINK! men Vou THINK of Buying or Selling a Used Car THINK of the S- B. VEVXKESS MOTOR CO. 505 S. 10th Street Wbere You Buy for Less and Bank the Rest. TRUCK SIGNS, stencil*. Indoor and outdoor signs: rui weaTlnc 608 Concer. Phone 2345-J. 6-30 PERSON ALIzaD atationery Tour name or monogram Imprinted with cat new machine. 24 hour service Aa low as 79c per box I Personaliied brides carda. nap kins and many other Items Little's Office SuppUea. Emmerson Hotel Bld<. U NOTICE—Complete well drillinf and watei system tnstaUatloo and serrice* Hayner A Schell. a B. 1. a «U. DL PhoM 8166 Fairfield. a CHICKS FLOOR SANDING — RENTAL iANDERS. CaU 4055 (or free estimate or reservations. Wm. H. Carnahan. 1216 So 23rd St, 6-28 WANTED—3 paEsengers to New Mexico, leaving- Wednesday noon. Call 4880. 6-26 PAINTING—Inside and outside, also, in the country, do pood work. Call after 5:00 o'clock. Erva Boswell, 3250-W. 6-30 PAINTING—Inside and out. paperhangrin? and wall washiiif. Free estimates. Coy •nd Gale Flota Brothers, Phones 3205-W or 4089-J. 6-30 LAWN MOV.'ER grinding, repairing, KEYS made, locks repaired. A S Bodge. 811 touth 18th street. 7-26 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 087-W. 6-38 ROY KLEIN—Authority on evergreens, j All kinds of spraying for pest control. Phone 4233, 421 So. 20th. 6-28 FLOOR SANOIN0 -Fre« esUintte tSat Ufaction rnaranteedl Baynond Edmi eoB, PhoD* 9231? 2701 CoUen- tt FOR SALE m. VERNOS HATCHERY CHICKS — U S. APPROVED PULLORUM PASSED Hatching ea-cb .Monday Raise some fryersi now—cti t down on cost of tneat. Plenty of Power Packed Wayne Feeds, I Poultry Supplies and Remedies. Mt. Ver- ' non Hatchery. 1016 Casey Ave. 101 . «t UARIOM LOD6K Ho 13 t .O.OJT meets every Tuesday 8 p o. 132 M lOtb risltinf brothers welcome. tf BEAUTY SHOP SPECIAL FOR 3 WEEKS—MacWne Creme oil permanent S3.00; cold wave $5.00. $6,50, $8.50. Phone 1414. 6-26 Complete line of PURINA CHOW for poultry and U-ireslock RILEY PRODUCE, 215 So. nth. £>liona S3. tt MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—18 in. Tentilatin? fan, complete with motor. Entire unit in metal housing ready for easy instaUation, H. H, Heidlcr, Salem Kd. 6-27 FOB SALE—One G. E. refrigerator. Ifke new, 8"^ feet. See at 1713 S. 13th St. or phone 1852-M. 6-29 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1048 Indian motorcycle, sell cheap or trade. Phone 1902-J, 400 N. 6th. 6-2T SDTTON'S CHTCK. Hatch each Tuesday NUTRENA FEEDS. Plenty parkini ipace FEEDING ADVISORY SERVICE. Commercial FRYERS. See m for your poultry hoj axid dairy needs Suttosi's Poultry Farm A Hatchery, one mile north on SaJem Bd £»bone 2866. 6-30 SWIFT'S CHICKS are hueky, healthy, hardy. 0 S approved. Pullorum passed. Mxed or itraigtit run Hatching each Wednesday Place order now Complete line of poultry, cattle and hog feeds. Swift's Hatchery. Phoae 561 SOO Casey Ave tl FARM EQUIPMENT MATTRESSES MADE OVER — Also up hoUtering. J, R. Rodgere, 711 Bell St., Phona 3453. 6-28 WANTED -. Lawn mowing with power mow(^r. Work raaranteed. Prices rea- •onabl*. Phone 2007-W. 308 CMUeton. 6-87 WEED AND BP.DSH control spraying, ever greens and shade trees trimed. For information: Write or caU Herbert Arnett, Ashley road, Tel. 3324-J. 6-27 BLECTRICAL WIRING—Light and power reasonable. Write H. Geist. Rt 3 Dahlgren, 111. Prompt service. 6-30 I.AW1J MOWERS sharpened and repaired after 4 p. m. Dick Rose. Srd and Walnut. 7.ig OOAaAMTEBD wheel balsnolBB tl.60 vtt wheal PboD* 1400 DEAD STOCK WAWTBD — Pbone eeUeet- Harry Smith, Reraei. Ul 65, Wood Uwa. D«la Bales 181. M*. Tsruoa FOR RENT APARTMENTS 8 BOOM FURNISHED APT., 2 room un- r,:^'""'.^'^^'^' P"^'ate entrance. 1206 So. 12th St. 0-27 FOR RENT—Unfurnished all modern apt close in. Madge StuU, llio Main, ti FOR RENT—2 room modern furnished aPart-^ent, private bath, electric refrig- 0-37 erator Phone 2114. "•Jnr^^s H™^^^ apartment, . u"":. unfurnished, lights and water furnished. Phone 1550-W. 6-29 FOR, RENT—3 room efficiency apt., furnished, $35 per month. Call 789, , 'B -27 FOB RENT—Modern furnished 4 room apartment, private bath, electric kitchen CaU 356-J. 201 N, 18th. 7.0 MODERN FURNISHED APTS.. Frigidalres Private baths. Laundry faiilitVe? p"' cooling system. North Fifteenth and Harrison, X 1 Y 7- J. 7-2 FOR BENT—M'odern furnished apt, newlv fi^TT%o. ^'•"""^ FOB RENT—3 large room unfurnished apt., modern. 303 So. 18th. |.|o FOB BENT—3 room furnished modern apartment; utilitiei furnished. Call 6-37 S126. SELLING OUT all rabbit dog-s, dog housef and puppy kennels, E. C. Ham, Opdyke, lU. 6-27 FOR SALE—Dodge horse van, cheap. Also spotted saddle horse, g-entle. A, J. Keller, Du Quoin, 111., Phone 293-R. 6-29 FOR SALE—Singer machine, 2 electric washers, drapes, silverware, dishes, -window shades, baby earriare. vanity table, ice cream freezer. Phone 4331, 1013 So, 25th St, 6-29 FOR SALE—8 cu. ft. Frigridaire, good con- ditioa, S116. 30 gal. ras water heater, 419 Johnson. 6-26 LET GEORGE apply Glaxo plastic type linoleum coating then forget waxing and scrubbing. Douglas Drug-. 6-30 FRETTED nig-ht and day till Fina Foam came my way. Cleans rugs perfectly. Benoist Bros. 6-30 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Vew 1951 model Wood Brothers Conibine,' 6 foot cut, motor driven maohine. DELIVERY PRICE, YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS XHIS UP. Holfflon Tractor Co. Benton Road — Phone 277 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES VACUUM CLEAMEBS «re our only bust •ees New and used Parte, service any make. We rent cleuere Pbooe 1S12 City HaU Bldc.. 0 B Buford. U BATTEST RADIO OWHVBS — Boy the new Bveryraedj Layer Bilt tOOO ttoui battery p»ck—will tO.86 reatharatan's 1113 BroAdwaf U UrsiOEttATIOM aCBTIca M all mtkm Mtriwatort »md ait ewMUtlOB HO I I^ aeot Trad Shatra PkoM I4flf. tf LIVESTOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111, June 26.-{USDA).-H0GS: 12.- pOO; bulk good and choice 180-230 ibs 3!22.75-$23.10; several loads $23.15 the top; 240-270 lbs. $22.50$22.75; 270-300 lbs. $22.00-$22.50; 150-170 lbs. $21.50-$22.75; 120-140 lbs. $19.25-521.25; lOO-llO lbs. $17.75-$19.00; sows 400 lbs. down $19.00-$19.75; heavier sows $17.75$18.75; stags $14.00.$16.50; boars $12.00-$15.00. CATTLE: 2,500; calves l,6O0; a few head of prime yearling steers $36.75; commercial and low good around $30.00-$32.25; utility and commercial cows $23.00-$28.5O; a few $29.00; canners and cutters $S17.50-$22.50; commercial bulls $28.00-$29.75; utility bulls $26.00$27.50; vealers $1.00 lower; good and choice $33.OO-$38.00; priane to $40.00; utility and commercial vealers $25.00-$32.00. SHEEP: 1,000; several sizeable lots $33.25 to shippers and butchers; some of which not strictly sorted and all lambs carrying very wet pelts; oth* early sales largely $32.00-133.00; early packers top $33,00 same as Monday; scattered sales slaughter ewes steady; cull to good ewes mainly $12,00-$15.00 including sizeable lots mixed qual ity ewes $15.00; carrying cull end aged bucks mainly $12.00. CASH GRAIN CHICAGO, June 26.- CASH WHEAT: No. 3 red 2.31% CORN: No. 2 yellow 1.69-69^^ No. 3, l,62%-76i ,2; No. 4, 1.61%65; No. 5, 1.57^-62%; sample grade 1.33%.60%. OATS: No. heavy white 78^4; No. 1 extra heavy white 79%; No. 1 white 75%; sample grade heavy white 77. Barley nominal: malting 1.3050; feed 1.05-18. Soybeans: none. ^M1^^7 ^JV.."^.f "^'^^ L i C H T - St Pet.,', B«ailc. and St Peter'. Square Colonnade, Vatican City, are bathed in lisht after beatification of Pope Pius X, .0 CHICAGO POULTRY By Associated Pren CHICAGO, June 26.—(USDA) live poultry: about steady; Receipts 28 loads; FOB paying prices unchanged to a cent a pound higher; heavy hens 30-34; light hens 26-27; roasters 34-39; fryers 31-35; old roosters 21-22; ducklings 29. MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experienced and equipped. 1604 Broadway. Phone 2699. 7-13 RADIO & RADIO SERVICE 09ED BAOIO—A few very cood coneole modeli> and tible modele Priced for qaick reatberataD'k 1113 Broad w«y RADIO SERVICE--CALL 122 OR 328— FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY We repair and correct any radio failure to ac- cordane* witb modern enrltieerini prin dplee The reenlt la • rtiaranteed Mtlc factory lob Art Featheratnn. 1113 Broad way iSiba* taated fraa oi ehana H REAL ESTATE FRUITS & VEGFTABIE.S FOR SALE at tlie big tent Another load of tomatoes -wholesale retail. 1310 So. X2th St., J. O. Riley. 6-27 FURNITURE MAHOGANY barrel-back love suite: banquet lamp, $25. Richard Hunt, 1 bloclis Bouth Sinclair station, Sesser. 6-26 FOB SALE—Electric Maytag- washing- machine, also 9" electric Ian. 607 S. 12th 6-36 St. FOB SALE—Hay, 300 bales No. 1 timothy; 100 lb. Coolerator. Burton Williams, Dareville. g.og FOB SALE—Blonde oak dinette set, 9x12 •wool rwg. studio couch, draw drapes and rods Phone 1688-J before 9 3. m.—after 6 p. m. 6-28 URGE LOT FOR SALE—West; also furniture for sale. Phona 1981-J, Do not phone alter S :30 p. m. 8 -29 FOR SALE—West. 6 rooms, bath, ?arage^ 5 lots. Phone 1981-J—do not call after 5 p. m. 7-36 FOR SALE—By owner, leaving- city: mod ern 2 bedroom house, large lot. Phone 4459-W. 6-29 5 ROOM HOUSE, modern except heat, near Junior Hig-h and Field School: rea.sonable; by owner. Write Box 13-C, Care Refister News. 6-27 HOUSES MIDW:EST HOMES—3 to 7 rooms $1450 up. Wo erect the sheU. you finish. All materl.iis furnished. Write for free catalog: and see houses on display at MIDWEST BLDG. CO. Sub-divi3ion: Bte. 130. Charleston. 111. Open every day. 6-28 FOB SALE—Coldspot refrigerator, condition. Phone 3584-W. g-ood 6-28 BABBIT FRYERS, dressed or on foot, also some breeding stock. J. H. Green. ?a"= 0° 16, Phono yOB, FILTERED drinking water: Ablei Water Wajon. Phone 1021. CaU 7-7 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—21 " piffs, eight weeks old. 3rci house north of Drive-In-Theater. 6-27 FOR SALE—2 sows anfi 13 pigs, 1 month old. Inquire at Cole's Grocery, Belle Rive. 6-27 LOT FOR SALE—Nice lot 50'xl50', paved street, % block north Perkins on 2.Srd. If interested, inquire 1317 Salem road. 6-30 FOR SALE—Two acres more or less on Opdyke road, large frontage on slab and gravel road on east side. Fine location, nice building spot. Priced rig-ht. Ed B. Moss, 1443 or 738 and V. E. Richardson, 1203. 6-27 FOR SALE—2 room house. Call 2383 or 3864-W4. 316 Forest. 7-2 FOR SALE Good Used Tires AU SiZfsa Standard Tire Co. 1014 Broadway — Phone 60 LOADS OF USED TRAILERS. If you're oargam hunting see our huge Inventory Sfi.,^'!,?," "J^'^ Many complete with bath. We do our o-wn liberal term R.= ^f„'^,?^„-^°'^^«^ TRAILER RA.VCH, Rantoul, Illinois, (Open evenings and Sundays). Q.^Q FOR SALE—4 reg-islored Minnesota so-ws, 33 pigs. Pigs subject to reg-ister. Henry llarlo-w, 6 miles north Salem Rd. 6-26 PETS AT STUD-3^i lb. re(l-fa-«.-n Chihuahua, A.K.C. refietered: proven sire. 1317 Salem road or Phone 1I)22-W. 6-30 FOR SALE—Four terrier puppies with bob tails, 0 weeks old. DIO So. 15th St. S-20 FOR SALE—Almost ne-w well constructed cottage in Oak Grove Add., in fine condition, Large cistern and beautiful lot with fine trees and good property on both sides of it. Owner leaving city, will sacrifice. Living room, t-wo bed rooms kitchen and dinette. Ed B. Moss, 1442 or 738 and V. E. Richardson. 1203. 6-27 FOR SALE—3 bedroom modern home located at 401 S. 26th. 6-28 FOR SALE OR TRADE for used car— $200 equity in 3 acre building site, one mile from town. 1019 Forest, Phone 3480-W. 6-29 FOR SALE—Good building block of So. 15th street. Tel. 103. lot In 600 J. R. Winn, 0-28 CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, June 26.—Butter steady; receipts 846,673; wholesale selling prices unchanged except on 90 score B cent a pound higher; 93 AA 68.5; 92 A 67.75; 90 B 66.75 ; 89 C 65; cars: 90 B 67.25; 89 C 66. Eggs steady; receipts 16,464; wholesale selling prices unchanged e.xcept on dirties two cents a dozen higher; U. S. extras 53-54; U. S. mediui 48; U. S. standards 47; current receipts 43; dirties 42; checks 39. Here's the new toaVter TOP GAS-SAVER OF THE TOP 4 ITS LOW PRICE FIELD! See ft! Try ftf Buy Hi ST. LOUIS PRODUCE By Associated Prisi ST. LOUIS, June 26.-Produce and live poultry: Eggs, wholesale grades, extras 48-50; consumer grades, A A large 49-51, A medium 45, B large 4445. Fowl, commercial fryers and broilers, crosses 34-35. Other prices unchanged. RESULTS! WANT ADS GET Look how much more you get in a Studebaker Champion One-piece windshield . . . Brakes that automatically adjust themselves .. .Variable ratio "extra leverage" steering . .. Soft-glow "black light" instrument panel dials . . . Automatic choke . . . Automatic spark and heat controls . . . Big capacity trunk... New longer wheelbase . . . Flight-streamed styling ... Rich upholstery... Extensive choice of body colors. Johnson 824 Harrison '51 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION One qfthe 4 lowest price largest selling cars! A REAL GAS MILEAGE CHAMPION! In this year's Mobilgas Economy Run, a Studebakar Champion made the best actual gas mileage of the 26 "standard classifications" cars competing—did 2'/2 to 6 miles per gallon better than the entries of the three other largest selling lowest price cars. Overdrive, optional at extra cost, was used. Motor Mt. Vernon, IIK Service Phone 1044 Mount Vernon State Fair J(/Ly8-9-70-/7-J2-73-74-75 PROGRAM FOR WEEK- roa SALE—«l Coclier puppies.. one red male, two females, blonde, and chocolate. I'hooe 2782-W. 6-28 t'NFDBNISHED. A better fully modern 3 room apartment, with nice utility room S. X?... Phon. X604-a mU-nT. »OB RENT— Mew 3 room upctaira furnish• fS..'."'"'?'""- InBUlatod. private bath, rrlddaire. large e)thau»t fan. automatic 6-27 FOR RENT—t room and 2 room modern JliS! •P «r'ment. a «Monible; 6o" »OR ^REWr —uicei, fnpnlriiad 8 „ apirtment. Ujhte and wat«r *Mrlnduitrie».VPhone 2660J. room paid. 6-26 FOB SALE—Reasonable, 30 heater Shelton .lo^*"""^""' 'machine, food condition. Phone 14U. e.og r ,ISn w ''^J '^fi'-y' Phone 2801. D. O. Greenwalt, Wayne City. 7-6 °"i ^i,h^°"? SWEATY, damp basements Wpl^i P .i^.^^'S*'™ .-le-Humifldleri from Wel»o Paint and Wallpaper Store, 6-28 <„., "^"^i"*' Moves more air than any Fi?« /n.'""- '^'iTket. Bell driven f/^rximTo -adw"^^ '^m.«^i !''7^ nn'urnlahad apart.' 'I^J^^*^.^""" ''""w- 27 ft,, cfnl. verwl. Pric«l to wU. 600 Opdj-ko. e-28 DOGS BOABDED — Oroomed ibeared aod batbexl. WtU call for and deliver Bappy'* Pel Shop. N t6tb and Blcbvtev roid^ Phone 428«. tf FOR SALE, BT OWNER—Ten or twenty acres with high buildinfr sites, on highway 37, 5 miles north. Sea Ashley Gal. braith at farm. FOB SALE — 6 room bouse: newly dee- orated Inside and out, 3 outbuildings two acres of ground. Liberty road — $600 down, $30 monthly. Call after i p. m. 3986-J2. fl-27 PLANTS TOR SALE - Tomato, cabbage, manco pepipera. iveet banan* Deppem small hot oepper pl«ziu. 821 George street Phono 1871 .a. ii STOVES SHELLANE BOTTLE GAS for cooking heating ami refrijreration. 1 or 3 bottle hook-up. For information: Call 18-14 Warren 's Eoltio Gas Service. 1000 Lamar' 6-27 FOR SALE — Nies. high buildini lets en sli wsathsr road, near school. CIsctrl- city. Ssa or call Mrs. Mott Warrsn, 118 days, or 1712 afiap 6 p. m. tf LOST LOST—Setter bird dog. male, white with black spots. Call or write: A. H Wilhams, 706 N. 18th St.. Phone 4254. 6-26 Phone 320-J. ^'36!''^^lh"'" n^°"t Hampshiree, FOB BOTTLED GAS stove In.tallailoD; Phono 2134J. N. Klnman. Benton road Mt, Vernon, Ul.. Dealer tor PUR CAS. tf WELDING—Any kind; portable equipment. 0)1 iield—structural. Phone 1481. fl-30 FOUND IT'S KUN TO COOK with gas. Cooler and eleajier kitchens See us for de- pendatjle double toottle book up oj TrI-Gas Trl-Stata Consolidated Oas Co.. Fairfieid Hd, X'boat 310O. ^ iOUND—Lemon and white female hound, Owner may have sanip, by ideniilying and payintr for board and ad. Tom Harsh- bargcr, ^ ml, east of BakerviUe, 111. e -ae SUNDAY AFTERNOON-Horse Pulling Contest SUNDAY EVENING-Jack Kolhman's Hell Drivers. MONDAY EVENING-Western Horse Show. TUESDAY—4-H Club Day, Harness and Running Races, Night Show. WEDNESDAY—Harness and Running Races, Night Horse Show. THURSDAY—Mt. Vernon Day, Extra Big Races, Night Horse Show. FRIDAY—Harness and Running Races, Night Horse Show. SATURDAY—Jeff. Co. Derby, Jack Kohlman's Hell Drivers. SUNDAY—Midget Auto Races. SUNDAY EVENING—Ail-American Quartette. FREE ACTS EACH AFTERNOON & EVENING

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