Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 27, 1951 · Page 12
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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i»nti iiniunitnmiimiiim THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, fLLINOIS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1951 •MWHII There are Offers Here for Every Purse, Person and Purpose! Unmmmimiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiitiiiittiiiirnniKiiiiiiiniiiimnntiiii^ WANTED "HELP WANTED EMBOSSED CHRISTMAS CARDS Bell oO for ?1.25, with name. Big cash prolits. Dciiixo 21-carci $1 Assortments, RellRriouH. Comics, 3,''> others pay up to 50c on $1. Impriiilw! Stationery, $1. Boxes on approv.-il. Imprint Samples FREE. Stuart Grect'injfg, 325 W. Randolph, Dept. 107-B, Chicigo 0. 6-27 WANTED—A-1 body man. Bayer Body Shop. tf Man with farming bacltpronnd for work as Sales Supervisor for seed company. Full or part-lime work. Substantia! commig- »lon on your own sales pins additional lommisston on sales of dealers. Drawing- »ccoiint can be arrang-ed for suitable man. Write g-ivinis- full details for personal interview with Sales Manag-er, Address, Sales Manager, in care of Reeiater-NcwB. 6-30 OUARAMTEED whert balkadiw 9i JkO on wheal Pbon* 1480 «1 DEAD STOCK WAWTKD — Pboiia eoUecl: HMTI Smtth. Kumf. m 6S. wood uwn. 0«1» Bmim Ml M* Tarnon tf LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. after i p. m. Dick Rose. 3rd and nut. ^-1" COMPLETE LIKE LEGAL fireworlts. firecrackers. Summers 5 i lOc Store. 6-28 FOR SALE — Kcamore apartment size washer, coiil oil heater, practically new: reasonable. UIO S. 18th. 6-28 FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT—Nicely furnished one side of practically new brick duplex with private basement, furnace and bath, all fur- nishine-s practically new, good location Phone 3879-J4. « FOR SALE—48 in, ventilatinp fan, complete with motor. Entire unit in metal housinir ready for easy installation. H. H. Heidler, Salem Rd, ' 6-27 FOR S.-M.E—One G. E. refriscrator. like new. S H tcct. See at 1713 S. 13th St. or phone 1S62-M. 6-29 RASPBERRIES Best for freezing; or canning:, no waste. Cummins Orchard Dlx, Illinois. 8 Miles North of Mt. Vernon on Route 37 REAL ESTATE FURNITURE LARGE LOT FOR SALE—West; also furniture for sale Phona 1881J Do not phone after 5:30 p m fl-29 HOUSES I MIDWEST HOMES—3 to 7 rooms S1450 up We erect the shell. You finish All materials furnished Write tor free catalOK and see houses on display at MID WEST BLDG. CO Sub-divlsdon: Rte 130. Charleston. 111. Open every day. 6-28 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1048 Indian motorcycle, sell cheap or tr.ade. Phone 1902-J. 409 N. (ith. 6-27 MAKE FRIENDS & MONEY «how FREE Christmas Card samples, Em- toss'd Name-lmprint9, 50 for $1.25. Easy n^ers nay big. Profit to 50c on each 21- C^rd $1 Assortment. Big- line. Imprinted SuLllrf. others. Get $2,500 Contest details. Assortments on approval. ARTISTIC 270 Way, Elmira, N. Y. "'^^ WANTED—Boys to seU Saturday papers Phone 1207. 0-3° WANTED CREDIT MAN National sales finance company. Age 26-35, college graduate. Unusual opportunity to develop into position of responsibility. Banking, loan, finance or credit department. Experience highly desirable. Company provides car. Group life insurance and retirement plan. UNIVERSAL C.IX CREDIT CORP. 121'/z So. 10th 3 FURNISHED ROOMS, private bath ami entrance, electric kitchen. 112 N- l^Jh, Shown by appointment. Phone 4132-J\. S ROOM FURNISHED APT., 2 room unfurnished; private entrance. 1206 So. 12th St. 6-27 FOR RENT—Unfurnished all modern apt., close in. Madg-e StuU, 1110 Main. tf FOR RENT—3 room modern furnished apartment, private bath, electric refrigerator Phone 2114. 6-27 MODERN THREE large room apartment, furnished or unfurnished, lisrhts and water furnished. Phone 1550-W. 6-29 FOR RENT— 3 room efficiency apt., furnished, $26 per month. Call 789. 6-27 SELLING OUT all rabbit dops. dog houses and puppy kennels. E. C. Ham, Opdyke. 111. 6-27 FOR S.ALE—Dodpe horse van, cheap. Also spotted saddle horse, gentle. A. J. Keller, Du Quoin, 111., Phone 293-R. 6-29 FOR S.-^LE—Sinser machine. 2 electric washers, drapes, silverware, dishes, window shades, baby carriage, v.inity table, ice cream freezer. Phone 4331, 1012 So. 25th St. 6-29 LET GEORGE apply Glaxo plastic type linoleum coatln? then forget wa.xing and scrubbing. Douglas Drug. 6-30 FRETTED night and day till Pina Foam came my way. Cleans rugs perfectly. Benoist Bros. 6-30 FOB RENT —Modern furnished 4 room apartment, private bath, electric kitchen. Call 356-J, 301 N. 16th. 7-2 HELP WANTED Route man to drive truck and do sales work. Must be will- Ing to drive tractor-trailer and be out of town Monday througli Friday. Age 21 to 35. Apply— Dowzer Electric Machine Works 501 South Ist Street WANTED—Rehable baby sitter, 1345. Phone 6-27 SALESMAN for national automotive hardware firm,.. Established territory southern half of Illinois. Late model car essential Will train. For interview: Call J. C. Stelmach. Hotel Emmerson, Thursday, l:00-4:-00 p. m. 6-37 EXPERIENCED waitress. Apply in person. Boom 202, First National Bank Buildinr. tf WANTED—Girl to act as combination cashier, secretary and file clerk. Must be able to take dictation and type. Permanent position Address Box C. R., Care Register-News, in own handwriting, giving detailed Qualifications and references. 6-38 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS — Apply in person Blue Goose Cafe. 6-28 HELP WANTED—Male or female wool presser, wool spotter; good working conditions; top wages; steady employment. New Athens Cleaners. New Athens. 111. Phone 190. 6-37 MODERN FURNISHED APTS.. Frlgidairee. Private baths. Laundry facilities. Fan cooling system. North Fifteenth and Harrison, 1177-J. 7-2 FOR RENT—Modern furnished apt., newly decorated. Private entrance. Phone 850-J or 780. tf FOR RENT—3 large room unfurnished apt., modern, 303 So. 18th. 6-30 FOR RENT— 3 room furnished modern apartment; ulilitiei furnished. Call 3125. 6-37 UNFURNISHED, A better fully modern 3 room apartment, with nice utility room. See at 221 S. 12th. Phone 1604-J mornings or after 8 p. m. tf FOB RENT—New' 3 rpom upstairs f-urnish- ed apartment, insulated, private bath. Frigidaire, large exhaust fan, automatic hot water, stoker heat. 1507 Cherry. Ph. 898-W, 6-37 FOR THE FINEST IN FURNISHED APARTMENTS JAMISON REAL ESTATE FOR S.A.LE—Blonde oak dinette set. 9x13 wool rug, studio couch, draw dr.ipes and rods Phone 166S ; before 9 a, m.—after 6 p, m. 6-38 R.'^BBIT FRYERS, dressed or on foot, also some breeding stock. J. H. Greenwall. 6 miles east on Rt. 15. Phone 3g25-W2. 6-27 LIVESTCXK FOR- SALE—37 Hampshire pips. 2 cows with calves. 6 miles out Tollc road. Sam Hmes. G-^" FOR S.-\I,E—21 pigs, eight weeks old. 3rd house north of Drive-In-Theiiter. 6-27 FOR S.-VLE—3 sows and 13 pigs. 1 month old. Inquire at Cole's Grocery, Belle Rive. • 6-27 PETS FOR- SALE—3 Pekingese females. Call 3S27-J1. AT STUD—3?i lb. red-fawn Chihuahua, A.K.C. registered; proven sire. 1317 Salem road or Phone 1922-W. 6-30 FOR SALE—0 room modern home, 3 bed rdonis. bath, full basement, stoker heat, plcotrie w.-iler heater, close in 524 N, 11th St. Priced right. E. S. Cook. Phone 387 45-:0. 6-30 FOR SALE — Newly decorated 6 room house on highway. One 5 room all modern houce with 4 acres of land in Dix. III. Herbert Robinson. 0-28 0 ACRES PINE well fenced land with al new 5 room house. Fine built-in sink ami cabineUs. painted walls. Extra nice sh:u1y lot. garage and other outbuild- iiii^s. only 1 miles east of ctt.v. Priced to sell. E. S. Cook, Phono 387-4520. 0-30 5 ROOM EFFICIENCY modern home, like new. tine built-in cabinets, hath, automatic heat and hot water, carpeted floors. A bargain—only $1250 down. See or call E. S. Cook, Phone .187 - 4520. 0-30 FOR SALE—West, 5 rooms, bath, garage, 5 lots. Phone lOSl-J—do not call after 5 p. m. 7-20 FOR SALE—By owner, leaving city: mod ern 2 bedroom house, large lot. Phone 44oti-W. 6-20 5 ROOM HOUSE, modern except heat, near Junior High and Field School; reasonable: by owner. Write Box 13-C, Care Register- News. 6-37 LOT FOR SALE—Nice lot 50'xl50'. paved street. H block north Perkins on 23rd. If interested, inquire 1317 Salem road. 6-30 FOR SALE—Two acres more or less on Opilj-ke road, large frontage on slab and gravel road on east side. Fine location, nice building spot. Priced right. Ed B, Moss, 1442 or 738 and V. E. Bichardson, 1203. 6-27 FOR SALE—Four terrier puppies with bob tails, a weeks old. 516 So. 15th St. 6-29 FOR FILTERED drinking water: CaU Abie's Water Wagon. Phone 1021. 7-7 FOR SALE Good Used Tires Ail Size* Standard Tire Co. 1014 Broadway — Phone 60 FOR SALE—Registered Cocker puppies, one red male, two females, blonde, and chocolate. Phone 27S2-W. 6-28 OOGS BOARDED — Groomed sheared and bathed Will call lor and deliver aapP7> Pet Shop. N SOtb and Klcbvtew road , Phone «28a. U PLANTS FOB SALE — Tomato. eabt>a«e, oanco peppers, tweet banana peppera small not peppei plants. 831 Gcori* street Phone 1871 -A. U STOVES FOR S-4.LE—Potash 60 ri. for S60. Immediate delivery. Phone 2991. D. O. Greenwalt, Wayne City. 7-6 DRY YOUR SWE.\TY. damp b.-isements with chemical de-Humif idlers from Welge Paint and Wallpaper Store. 6 -28 FOR SALE—22 inch window fans. Cools 5 rooms. Moves more air than any similar fan on the market. Belt driven. Fits any window. Only 549.50. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. 7-6 SHELLANE BOTTLE GAS for cooking. heating and refrigeration. 1 or 2 bottle hook-up. For information: Call 1844, Warren's Bottle Gas Service, 1009 Lamar. 6-27 FOR BOTTLED GAS stove Installation: Phons 2134J, N. Klnman, Benton road. Mt. Vernon, m„ Dealer for PUR GAS. It FOB RENT —All modern 3 rooma and bath, furnished, utilities paid. 2124 Perldns, Phone 3216-W. tf FUBNISHED APABTMENT9 — Telephone 3177-W or 189. 8-1 FOR BENT—Nicely furnished 3 room all modern apartment. CaU iiadga Stall. Phone 364—3486-J. tf FOB RENT- -Onfurnlshed 9 room apt.. modem except beat 1004 Bell: colored only Call 607 994 tf HOUSES FOR' RENT—2 bedroom house, large living room, kitchen, dinette and utility room. Automatic gas heat. Located in exclusive neighborhood, ?7£ per month. CaU 373. 6-28 FOB RENT—3 room house, lights and water, only $30. near Shoe Factory: 2 room house, lights and water, only $20, near Shoe Factory. Phone 789. 6-30 FOR RENT—House on east hard road at Marlow crossroad. Vacant. Would sell. 0, Potorff, Rt. 7. 6-28 FOR RENT—Modern 8 room home: north part. Phone 2522-W—caU after 6:30 p, m. 6-28 FOR' RENT—All modern 6 room house with garage, close to new hospital and Lincoln school. Will lease. Phone 56B-J. 6-27 WAITRESS WANTED — Hotel Emmerson Dining Boom. See Mr. Watson. tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TUJL1S6 STATION in Sesser, doing good business. Right party can secure lease, and buy stock and equipment; reason for •elling, recalled back in Civil Service work. BUgb Bobineon, Walton\'ille or Sesser, 111. 6-29 DISTBIBUTORSHIP — Full or part-time. Modest investment 100% secured. An •xcellent opportunity to own a business. Box 444, Care Regiater-Newa. 6-28 INSTRUCTION 6ET V. S. GOV'T JOB! Men-Women. Start high as $3,450.00 year. Thousands oi jobs aavilable. Security. Promotions. Qualify NOW ! Experience usually unnecessary. FREE information on jobs, salaries," details. Write TODAY 1 Lincoln Institute, Pekin 12, IlUnois. 6-37 WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—Radio, to fit in dash of 1946 Ford-, Andy Pace, Tel. 2380-J. 6-37 WANTED TO BUY—Good used electric washing machine. Must be in good con- <lltion and reasonable. Write Box M. A., Care Register-News. ti MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE or wiU trade for 5 room house. my 4 room house, all modern with utility room and oil furnace at 1804 Cherry St. Call 1336. tf WANTED—Old age pensioners, men. CaU 2302-J. Prefer 7-11 WANTED—Washings. Call 3D15-W3. tf PAINTING—Inside and outside, also, in the country, do good work. CaU after 6:00 o'clock, Erva Boswell, 3250-W. 6-30 PAINTING—Inside and out, paperhanging and wall washing. Free estimates. Coy and Gale Flota Brothers, Phones 3295-W or 4089-J. 6-30 LAWN MOWER grindinr, repairing. KEYS made, locks repaired. A.. S. Hodge. 811 south 18th street. 7-36 COMBININtf—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 Bd., Phone 987-W, 8-28 HOV KLEIN -i-Authority on evergreene. AU kinds of spraying for pest control. Phone 4333. 421 So. 20th. 6-28 MATTRESSES MADE OVER — Also upholstering. J. B. Bodgers. 711 Bell Bt.. Phone 3463. 6-28 WANTED — Lawo mowing with power mower. Work guaranteed. Prices rev •eaabla. Pbona 2007-W. 301 OuUeton. * 6-27 WEED AND BhUSH control spraying, ever- treena and itiade trees tri.ned, For InformaUoo: Write or caU Herbert Arnett, Ashley road, Tfl. 3324-J. 6-27 BLECTRICAL ^IRINO—Ugbt and power: reasonable, jWrttw H. Geist, Bt. 3. DaUgreo, lU. prompt aervlca. fl-30 FOB BENT—Unfurnished large 2 room house, west part. Phone 3365'W. 6-27 FOB BENT—Unfurnished house, modern except heat. 309 S. 24th. $35. Phone evenings only. 2464-W. 6-30 FOR RENT— 6 room all modern house. Available July let. Write Box A, Care Register-News. tf ROOMS FOB RENT —Comfortable sleeping room, private home, near town and schools. CaU after 5 p, m., 230-J. tf FOB RENT—Two large sleeping rooms In private home, close in. Phone 285-WX. 6-27 FOR BENT — Mice, desirable, aleepini rooms, single or twin beds 426 M 0tb Phone 1420 tt MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—-Garage. 510 So. 24th. Ph. 2818. , 6-28 OFFICE SPACE lor rent—1106 Main, Phone 904, tf FOR S.ALE—House trailer. 37 ft., Dni- i-ersal. Priced to sell. 500 Opdyke Phone 329-J. 8-38 FRYERS —Extra choice New Hampshires, 35c per lb Einrich Hatchery, Phone 3144-J. tf NEW ELBCTRIC SINGER sewing machine, desk type. Cost $336.00, Discount. Alma Trailer. 216 So 18th. ' 6-27 PHOTOS—Chaff eurs 10c: billfolds 20c: also refreshine, cooling snowballs, all flavors. Photo Place, 811 10th. tf IT'S PUN TO COOK with gas. Cooler ' and cleaner kitchens See us for dependable double bottle hook up of Trl-Gas Tri-State Consolidated Gas Co., Fairfield Rd Phoae 3460. tf YOUR BEST BUY LN BOTTLE GAS IS SKELGAS—2-100 lbs CYLINDERS LS- STALLED $29,00. CHANGING CITY GAS RANGES XO BURN SKELGAS OUB SPE CIALITY. KAMPEB KELGAS AND AP PLIANCE, 114 NORTH 10th. PHONE 916. 7-13 FOR SALE—3 room house, 316 Forest. Call 23S3 or 3Sd4-W4. 7-3 FOR SALE—.\lmost new well constructed cottage in Oak Grove Add., in fine condition. Large cistern and beautiful lot with fine trees nnd good property on both sides of it. Owner leaving city, will sacrifice. Living room, two bed rooms, kitchen and dinette. Ed B. Moss, 1442 or 738 and V. E. Richardson, 1203. 6-37 GAS HEAT Is best. Teu can enjoy gas heat beyond the city mains Free esti mates. Tri-State Consolidated Gas Co., Fairfield Rd. Phone 3460 7-8 JUST RECEIVED—SHIPMENT OF ALL A.MERICAN QUARTET PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—89c. FEATHERSTUN CO 7-5 FOR DRINKING WATER—Phone 3822-Wl or 3631. P. R. BuUock. 7-30 FOR SALE—For filtered drinking water: Call Hodges & Warrens D-X, Phone 403. 7-18 FOR FILTERED drinking water — CaU 3856-Wl. Andy Maynor. 7-14 FOR S.AXE—White flour bags, 20c each. Hawkins Bakery 7-13 BULK BLEACH—Gal 39c. Bring Jug. Why pay more? Mdiey back guaranteed as good as any bleach. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. 7-4 CHROM-ALOX heating units for your electric range hot plate, or water heaters. Phone 3513. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. 7-4 AUTOMOTIVES FOR SALE—103!) Chevrolet Coupe. $200. Call 237-W days, 4494-J evenings. 6-38 FOR SALE or trade—1041 Chev. 2 door; i 1040 Chevrolets; 10-48 Chev. pick-up; several other ears that run good for $75. Jim McDermott, Benton Rd.. Tel. 512. 6-30 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1941 Chevrolet 4 door, fair condition, radio, heater, spot light: wiU arrange finance. See at 1305 S. 25th. , 6-29 FOR SALE—1948 English Ford, Prefect. Engine recently overhauled. Owner leaving for overseas, Leonard Whitlock, 900 Park Ave, tf FOR SALE—1948 Chevrolet Carryall Suburban, radio, heater, good tires, low mileage. $800. Call 1952-J. 6-28 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. CaU 4056 for free estimate or reservations. Wm. H. Camaban, 1316 So. 23rd St. 6-28 FLOOR SANDING—Fm eitlmata. (Sat isfaction guarantMdl Raymond Bdml son, Phons 023-W 2701 CoUega. U FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS POPULAR RECORDS —Sheet music. Pay us a visit, we have the largest selection of records in southern Illinois. Many hits of yesterday and western tunes, all new on our bargain counter, 4 for $1.00. Featherfirtun'e, 1112 Broadway. tf FOR SALE—A deep well pump -with 100 ft. of pipe, standard make (Deming), in good condition. See Paul Patton, 917 N. 4th, Mt. Vernon. CaU after 2 p. m. 6-30 NEW PERFECTION water heater, all white kitchen type, provides instant hot water automatically. Beady to hook to your regular fuel oil tank. $175.50. One to sell $06. Featherstun'e, 1112 Broadway. 7-3 FOR. SALE—-51, 34 ft. Colonel 4 room trailer, used 3 months. Just like off the lot. Musi sell this week. Can arrange financing. 1203 Salem Rd. or rear 1100 Salem Bd. Ivan Hamilton, 6-30 MINNOWS, WOBMS. daily, crappie size 3 doz. $1.00; bass size 60c doz. up. Brown's Minnow Hatcliery, 2 miles south of Herrln on Rt. 148. 6-30 FOB SALE—Antique tables and other articles. Phone 3314 or 102, tf FOR SALE—Coldspot refrigerator, good condlUon, Phone 3584-W. 6-28 THINK! When You THINK of Buying or Sellinc a Used Car THINK of the S. R. VENTRESS MOTOR CO. 505 S. lOtli Street Where You Buy for Less and Bank the Rest. CHICKS MT. VERNON HATCHERY CHICKS — U S. APPROVED PULLOBUM 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 a Complete line of PURINA CHOW for poultry and livestock. RILEY PRODUCE 316 So. 11th. Phone 83. tf SUTTON'S CHICK. Hatch each Tuesday NUTRENA FEEDS. Plenty parkin, space FEEDING ADVISORY SERVICE Commercial FRYERS. See us (or your poultry hog and dairy needs. Sutton's Poultry Farm & Batchery, one tails north on Salem Rd Phone 2866. 6-30 SWIFT'S CHICKS are husky, healthy. hardy, 0 S approTed. PuUorum passed." sexed or straight run Hatching each Wednesday. Place order now Complete line of poultry, cattle and hog feeds. Swift 's Hstehery. Phone 661 600 Casey Ave tf FARM EQUIPMENT IMMEDIATE DELIVERY New 1931 model Wood Brothers Combine, 6 foot cut, motor driven machine. DELIVERY PRICE, YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS THIS UP. Holman Tractor Co. Benton RoBd — Phone 277 FOR SALE—Combination fuel oU and bot tie gas Florence range. Regularly S299.95. one to sell at (149.95 MitcbeU's tf WASHERS WUlNUtK KULLS tot an} wallers Brliifl la eld roUs (or wringer reatherstan'* Uadio Saiea. 1112 Broadway Free pleknp and dallTarr Pboo* SSS U MISCELLANEOUS VACUUM CLEANERS —Hoorer factory rebuilt, guaranteed; priced from S24.05 up. Fealherstun's, Phone 322. tf Learn to PLAY ACCORDIOH "istru'ient rv m h-J. < .O'l 'odayl VAREL'S 1S02 Bdwy. Phone 330 NOW OPEN—Ace Parking Lot, off S. E. corner of square. Park by hour, day or week. 7-2 WATCH BEPAIBINQ—Films dSTeloped. Watches, bracelets wrist bands, rinrs Credit may be arranged Williams Jewelrj Store. Stanley Brandt, manacer 116 N 10th St Ut Vernon. Dl S-11 PICTURES AND NOTABY^ne stop serr- ice for chauffeurs Maiy Jan* Studio. 906 Main. Phone 2247. 7-7 BAY DUKE'S BODEO. Wayne City, every Sunday at 8:30. Admission 26e and 60c. Wood's Grove. 7-fl GLASSES—Or J W WllUama 0 D.. 116 M tOtb. Mt Vernon. Dl 0-6 WE REPAIR your Maytag washer, wringer or motor reasonable or sell you the parts for you to repair it yourself. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger, Phone 3513. 7-4 TRUCK 8IGMS, •tenclle, indoor and outdoor signs; mt wearing- 008 Conger. Phone 2546-J. 6-30 PEBSONALIZED stationery Tour name or monogram Imprinted with our new machine, 24 hour service A^ low a* 79c per box! Personaliied bridge cards, oap- kins and many other items Little's Office Supplies. Emmerson Hotel Bide. tf NOTICE—Complete well drllUnt and water system Installation and aervioee Hayne* A ScheU. a a 1. Gaff, 01 Pbou 8166 Fairfield. tf UABION LODG> Mo 13 I.O.O-F meets every Tuesday 8 p. m. 121 M 10th Visiting brothers welcome tf BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE—Reasonable, 30 heater Shelton permanent wave machine, good condition. Phone 1414. 6-28 SPECIAL FOB JULY—Machine Creme oil permanent $3.00; cold wave $5.00, $0.50, $8.60. Phone 1414. 7-11 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES HOOVER VACUUM CLEANERS —Factory authorized sales and service. (You'll b* happier with a Hoover for 51 and the years to eome.) Featherstun'e, Phone 322. tf VACUUM CLEANERS are our only bust neea Mew and used Parts, eerTloe any make. We rant cleaners Phone IB12 City HaU Bldy.. O B Bulord tf BAOTEBT kAOIO OWMEBS — Bw the new BTaryN«d7 Layer BUt 1000 bow battery pack—4Bly 9»M ItetharttOD'a 1113 Broadww U FRUITS & VEGFTABl ES FOR SALE at the big tent—Another load of tomatoes—wholesale—redail 1310 So, 12th St.. J. 0, Riley. 6-27 USrBlOEBA 'noit raBTICB «• all mUm ralriceratora and ait eMdltfM avnlp- oiait Fred Ikam. t \m» 1469 tt MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experienced and equipped. 1604 Broadway, Phone 2699. 7-13 RADIO & RADIO SERVICE USED RADIO— A few »erjr food console models and table model* Prieed (or quick sal*. .FaatberttnD'i^ 1113 Broad way U RADIO SERVICE—CALL 322 OR 32B~ FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY We repair and correct any radio failure tn ac- cordanoe with modem mrlneerSnt prlD' dples Tb* result Is • cuarsoteed satis factory Job Art Fsatherstun 1118 Broad way. Xubaa Mated tras ol chart*. t« FOR S.\LE—3 bedroom modern home, located at 401 S 2Gth. 6-38 FOR SALE OR TRADE for used car~ $200 equity in 3 acre building site, one mile from town. 1019 Forest. Phone 34S0-W. 6-29 FOR SALE—Good building lot in 600 block of So. 15th street. J. B. Winn, Tel. 103. 6-28 FOR SALE — 5 room house: newly dee- orated Inside and out, 3 outbuildings, two acre's of ground. Liberty road — $500 down. $30 monthly. Call after 4 p m„ 3935-J2, e-87 FOR SALE — Nice, hlfh bulldini lets an all wtathtr road, near school. Electricity. See or call Mrs. Mott Warren. 118 days, or 1712 after 5 p. m. tf LOST WELDING—Any kind; portable equipment. Oil field—structural. Phone 1481. 0 -30 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our mother, Mrs. Eva Gregory, who left us June 27th, 1950: When evening shades are falUnf .\nd we sit all alone In our hearts there is a longing For you to come home. We roam the house from room to room We look beyond the sea But there is nothine we can do But trust oar aU with Tliee. Sadly missed by: DAUGHTERS. In remembrance of our dear daddy, .-Vdam Kluck, who left us three years ago toda.v. Signed: CHILDREN. In memory of P. E. Hawkins who passed away June 27, 19i0: Two years have passed but memories stay As near and dear as yesterday Deep in our hearts you are with us yet We love you too much to ever forget. Sunshine passes, shadows fall But loving memories outlasts all. MRS. P. E. HAWKINS AND FAMILT. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank every one for the assistance given during the illnesB and death of Homer HamUn, and for flowers and cards sent and the consoling words spoken by the Rev. Phelps and Rev. Ace Summers. THE HAMLIN FAMILY. We wish to thank all friends, neighbors for their cards and acts of kindness during the recent illness of my husband, Oscar Foutch. MRS. OSCAR FOUTCH. (111 H'k MUNICIPAL OPERA Ut 6 There's grand entertaiomeat awaiting you in St. Louis during the first week of July. "Miss Liberty," the patriotic musical which ran for 308 performances in New York, will be presented at the world-famous Municipal Opera. It's filled with 17 sparkling new tunes by Irving Berlin, superb singing and dancing. Bring your whole family to St. Louis for this special presentation of "MiM Liberty." And don't miss the other attractions in the "City of a Thoiuand Sights": big-league baseball... romantic river excursions . .. the magnificent TJOO ... the Art Museum, the Jewel Box, Campbell House, the Old Courthouse, Cherokee Cave and many other interesting show -place*. There are plenty of ezcettent hotel accommodatioos. An illuuated boeUar^ suBgeitiag sights to see, places to go, thiogl to do ia St. Louis — "City of a Thousaad Sights." For your free copy, write today to -VISIT ST. LOUIS COMMITTEE 511 Locust St. St LOUIS MO MARKETS By AssMlalatf Press WALL STREET NEW YORK, June 27.—Q u i e t buying nudged the stock market a little higher toda.v but there was scant enthusiasm for the rise. Leaders with the best gains added a little more than a dollar a ^are with a few pushing beyond the two dollar level. There were losses in virtually every major section of the list, but these were held to a few cents. The volume of trading amount- er to an estimated 1.300,000 shares. Yesterdav business came to 1,260,000 shares. * Steels and motors showed the best activity, but the heaviest part of the rise was in the chcm- ican section. Corporate bonds moved narrowly CASH GRAIN CHICAGO, June 27.— CASH WHEAT: No. 2 mixed 2.33 CORN: No, 2 vellow 1.70 '4 -•''i; No. 3, 1.63V3-68Vi; : .0. 4, 1.61 •''i- 62; No, 5, 1,50; sample grade 1.41-60. OATS: No. 1 heavy mixed 88'/^; sample grade mixed 76; No, 1 heavy white 80Vi-£l; No. 1 e.x- tra heavy white 80^; sample grade heavy white 77^4-78 '>4. Barley nominal: malting 1.SO- SO; feed 1.05-18. Soybeans: none. LIVESTOCK By Associated Press NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., June 27,—(USDA)—HOGS: 9,000; barrows and gilts steady to 25 cents lower than Tuesday's average; sows 25 to 50 cents lower; bulk good and choice 180-230 lbs. $22.75-$22.85; top $22.85; 240-270 lbs. S22.75;; 270-300 lbs. $21.75$22.35; 150-170 lbs. S21.25-$22.50; 120-140 lbs, S19.25-$21.00; 100-110 lbs, $17.75-S18,75; sows 400 lbs, down 518.50-$19.50; heavier sows $17.25-$18.25;; stags S14.00-?16.50; boars S12.00-$15.00. CATTLE: 1,500; calves, 900; WIN «5000 JUST FINISH THIS 2-LINE JINGLE IN BIG 10-2-4 OrPepper JINGLE CONTEST! •«A LIFT FOR LIFE AT 10, 2, and 4 It HURRYI CONTEST CLOSES MIDNIGHT, JULY 31, 1951 Imagine! A simple rhyme you can dream up in a minute may bring you $5,000 tax free—enough to solve financial problemsi or start making dreams come true! Or you can win a Willys station wagon, or a trip to Mexico for two, a Motorola console Television set with 19" screen, or a swell Schwinn bicycle. And there are hundreds of other prizes! Don't just think about it! Enter today, and enter as many times as you wish, as long as you enclose a Dr. Pepper bottle cap or facsimile for each word in the entire jingle,'To get first prize money, tax free, |ust double the number of bottle caps to be enclosed and send your entry on an official entry blank. See your Dr. Pepper dealer or write Dr. Pepper, Box 5086, Dallas, Texas. GET RULES AND ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR DEALER'S Drink Or. P^ppmr For Aunmum utility and commercial cows 523.00-$28.00; canners and cutters jl7..'50-,?22..'50; good and choice vealers $33.00-$38.00; prime to $40.00; utility and commercial vealers S25.00-?32.00. SHEEl^': 1,000; few sales choice and prime springers $33.25-$33.50; numerius lots held at $33.50 or above; slaughter ewes steady; scattered lots cull to good ewes $12.00-.$15.00; extremes .$11.00 or bolow on vcrv thin culls; aged buclis mostly $12.00. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, June 277, — Butter unsettled; receipts 783,561; wholesale selling prices unevenly V2 cent a pound lower to i-i higher; 93 score AA, 68.5; 92 A, 68; 90 B, 66.25; 89 C, 64.75; Cars: 90 B, 37.25; 89 C, 65.75. EGGS irregular; receipts 15,662; wholesale selling prices unchanged; U. S. extras, 53-54; U. S, mediums, 48; U. S. standards, 47; current receipts, 43; dirties, 42; checks, 39. CHICAGO POULTRY CHICAGO. June 27.—(USDA) -Live poultry: unsettled; receipts 18 loads; FOB paying prices unevenly W-i cents a pound higher to two cents lower, heavy hens 30-32.5; light hens 26-27; roasters 36-38; fryers 30-34; old roosters 21-22; ducklings 28. ST. LOUIS PRODUCE ST. LOUIS, June 27.—Produce and live poultry: Fowl, heavy breeds 27*^, leghorns 24 '4; commercial fryers and broilers, reds 33-34; young ducks 23, old and dark ducks 18. Other prices unchanged. NOTICE I am now working 01* Karcher's Barber Shop 313 S. 10th Will appreciate serving all my old friends and meeting new ones. BOB SLEDGE Files Suit to Divorce Husband Joyce Nadine Knox filed suit for divorce against Edward B. Knox in circuit court here lat*, yesterday, charging cruelty in tliti complaint. The plaintiff seeks restoration of her former name, Meyer, and asks for a writ of injunction restraining the defendant from molesting her. The couple married September ^ 2, 1950 and remained together until June 21, 1951, according to the compl int. ^ The law firm of Hassakis and Eckti represents the plaintiff. 3 Current % Dividend On Your Savings Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 KING CITY FiDERAL SAVINGS ft LOAN ASS'N GUY A. WOOD, Pres. 1005 Broadway Phono 2044 PAY YOUR BILLS WITH OUR MONEY CASH lOANS $1000 T-$50000 On Tour Slipiatiire — Auto — Fnrnittire "MONE" IN MINUTES" CROWN FINANCC CORPORATION 1110 >/2 Main St. — Phone 1526 ALUMINUM SCREENS NOW AVAIUBLE SCREEN-TEST YOUR HOME! '••••••••••iv Never Need Painting—Lost a Lifetime EGYPTIAN BUND AND FLOOR COVERING CO. 810 S. 10th Street — Phone 81S4-J FARMERS & BALERMEN YOUR CASH MARKET FOR BALED STRAW IS THE FT. WAYNE CORRUGATED PAPER CO. VINCENNES. IND.—PH. 308 PROMPT UNLOADING FACILITIES For Your onlY premium pale beer ^ at popular price... hYDE ftBK BBEWEHIES ASSOCIATIOH. ST. LOUIS, Ma FARMERS DON'T STO P WORK PHONE 1101 When You Have Tire Trouble We'll come right out to your farm and service your tires on the job! • Flats fixed on any make or size tire without removing the wheel from ^our equipment. #Cuts and breaiis repaired. • Tubs valves replaced. • Liquid billing drained and replaced. If your tires need vulcanizing we'll loan yon tires while yours are being repaired. SERVICE TRIP CHARGE $2.50 For a Service Call Up to 10 Miles From Town (Reasonable Additional Charge for Greater Distances) " • FREE PARKING • GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE G. B. (Dutch) REED, Mgr. 328 SOUTH 10th STREET TELEPHONE 1101 I

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