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Vmwmft TnilHWH||l|ll|IM!»H*)imWLJ|IH"IIM' ,'l , THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, JULY 1, 1951 MIWHMHMniiUUIII*- CLASSIFIED PA<;E | 7/iere ore Of/ers Here for Every Purse, Person and Purpose! ! fmrnmrniiiimiiMMiiiniiiiMfflu^^ WANTED HELP WANTED WANTED Young man with car who needs to earn at least $75.00 per week. Must be the type who does not watch the clock and who is ambitious to get ahead. Write Box 313, c/o Register-News. FOB SENT—Modern famished i room apartment, private bath, electric kitchen. Call 356-J. 201 N. 16th. 7-2 WANTED—2 attractive yonngr ladies over ]8 years of age free to travel Illinois and Missouri. No experience in our work ncre.ssiirv; expenses paid. See Mr. Louis Beckman, 1304 Main St.. all this week between 4 and B p. m. FOR THE FINEST IN FURNISHED APARTMENTS Sec JAMISON REAL ESTATE FOB SALE—Antique tables and other articles. Phono .1314 or 162. « FOB FILTERED drinking water: Call Abie's Water Wagon. Phone 1031. FOB SALE—Polasb 60 <fr, for $60. Iro- mediate delivery Phone 2091. D. O. Greenwalt, Wayne City. 7-8 FURNISHED APARTMENTS — Telephone 3177-W or 189. 8-1 FOB RENT—Nicely furnished 3 room all . modern apartment. Call Madco Stull. Phone 364—3486-J. tf FOR RENT- -Unfurnished S room apt., modern except heat 1004 Bell: colored only Call 607 994 tf WANTED—Dishwasher, day shift. Bun 7-o Box Cafe. WANTED IMMEDIATELY—School eirl to care for 2 small children, 12 noon until 6 p. m.; Fridays and Sundaya off. Call 1004-M. 7 " d WANTED—Experienced waitress, in person. Parkmore Grill. Apply 7-6 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.I.T. CREDIT CORP. 12114 So. 10th WOMAN FOB SWITCHBOARD operator See Mr. Watson. Hotel Emmerson. NOTICE 1 BARBER WANTED- Good opportunity for young apprentice with at toast 1 yr. experience or young licensed man. Phone 2805 or see Lee Robinson, between 19th and 20th on Perkins. ^ WANTED—A-l body man, also all around mechanic. Apply only at Bayer Body •hop. _ ' WANTED—Truck drivers. See Orla Lashbrook, Mt. Vernon Tent and Awnins Lo^ WAITRESS WANTED — Hotel Emmerson Dining Boom. See Mr. Watson. " BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MOST SACRIFICE CAFE—Doing fairly good business. Must leave town Boon as Bossible, husband ill, wife cannot handle business alone. Good living carters foj, young couple. Across from Shoe Factory Mid school. Inquire 1012 Perkins. FOR SAJLE—Established heating business, franchise -with leader of heating industry. -Total investment $2600. Can be financed to suit buyer. Write Box L. H. C Care Register-News. Mt. Vernon. 111. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED — Upholstering, furniture repairing. Auto-truck cushions repaired, upholstered. Geo. McCoy. 331 Bell. Phone 1498-WX^ 8-2 WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR — Quick service. Williams Jewelers, Stanley Brandt, Mgr. 8-30 WANTED — Lawn mowing with power mower. Work guaranteed. . Prices reasonable. Phone 2007-W. 308 Castleton. 7-6 WEED AND BRUSH control spraying, evergreens and shade trees trimed. For Information: Write or call Herbert Arnett, Ashley road. Tel. 3324-J. 7-5 WANTED—Old age pensioners, men. Call 2302-J. Prefer 7-11 WANTED—Washings. Call 3915-W3. tf LAWN MOWER grinding, repairing. KEYS made, locks repaired. A S. Hodge. 811 south 18th street. 7-25 GUARANTEED wheel balandn* 11.50 per wheel Phone 1490 it DEAD STOCK WANTED — Phone collect: Harry Smith. Keenes, 01 55: Woodlawn. Dais Estes 331 Mt Vernon tf liAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. after 4 p. m. Dick Rose. 3rd and Walnut. • 7-16 FOR RENT APARTMENTS JOB RENT—3 room furnished apartment. newly decorated, utilities paid; adults. 629 So. 19th. 7-3 MODERN 2 room furnished apartment: utilities paid. Phone 3125. 7-6 FOR RENT—3 room all modern apartment. 117 N. 6th St. 7-6 FOR RENT—2 unfurnished rooms, 2210 . Casey. Phone 2647-J. 7-6 FOR RENT—Upstairs apartment, 4 rooms. 1803 Broadway. Phone 714 or 2734-W. tf FOB RENT—3 room unfurnished apt. and 2 room unfurnished apt. with % bath, at 313 Jordan. Call or see Mrs. Fred Nelson, 301 So. 22nd. Phone 3633-W after 6 P.m. . " 7-3 FOR RENT-^ room apartment, unfurnished, newly deoorated, V4 bath, close in. Call 3032-W. 7-2 UNFURNISHED FULLY modern 3 room duplex apt., with nice utility room, close In. Phone* 2006-J or 1004-J. 7-7 FOR RENT—New 3 room upstairs furnished apartment, insulated, private bath, Frigidaire, large exhaust fan, automatic hot water, stoker heat. Adults. 1507 Cherry, Phone 898-W. 7-3 TOR RENT—3 room apartment, near modern except heat, lights and water furnished, 1014 So. 10th. Phone 4397. 7-2 8 ROOM MODERN unfurnished apartment, gas and electricity. Private bath and sntrance, stoker heat. 511 S. 15th. 7-2 FOR RENT—2 furnished apartments with private baths. Phone 2777-J. 7-5 FOR RENT—3 room furnished apt.: private entrance; adultB. 616 So. 20th, Phone 1301-J. 7-2 FOR RENT — Nicely furnished 3 room apartment. Light!) and water paid. Near industries, Phone 3650-J. 7-2 FOR RENTV-Furcished apartments. Inquire -nipt Broadway. Call 1260 or 16H-J. 7* VOB BENT-—-Nicely furnished one side' of prseucalw; new brick duplex with pri- •»te basement, flirnace and bath, all fur- Wihiwrs v ' p .r^Uc»%/8.new, rood location. : none 38T0-J4V.'. J '' ' • •• tf JOB RJBNT—Unfurnished all modern apt., .clow ilk. N*1f« Btuli, 1110 Main. tf MODERN FURNISHED APTS.. Frigidalres. Private baths. Laundry facilities. Fan cooling system. North Fifteenth and Harrison, 1177-J. 7-2 FOB RENT—Modern furnished apt., newly decorated. Private entrance. Phone 850-J or 780 tf HOUSES FOR RENT—Furnished modern 2 room cottage with kitchenette and bath. Private. Phone 581-W, 1721 Cherry. 7-3 FOR RENT—4 room furnished house, lights and water furnished, $10 per week. 1307 S. 18th. 7-3 FOR RENT—5 room modern house, 3 room unfurnished apartment. Phone 3434. 626 So. 24th. 7-3 FOR RENT—4 room furnished house. Call after 4 p. m., Phone 3908-W1. 7-6 FOR BENT—2 room cottage, modern except heat, at 914 Jones St. Key at Zesto stand, 10th and Jones tf FOR KENT— 5 room all modern house. Available July 1st Write Box A. Care Register-News. tf ROOMS FOR RENT—Modern furnished room for light housekeeping, S6 per week. West part. Phone 1539-J. 7-JJ 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 S49.50. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. 7-6 IT'S FUN TO COOK with (as. Cooler and cleaner kitcheDS See as for dependable double bottle hook up of Trl-Gas Tri-State Consolidated Gs> Co., Fairfield Rd Phone 3460. tf FOR BOTTLED GAS stove Installation: Phons 2134J. N Kinman. Benton road Mt. Vernon. 11!.. Dealer for PUR GAS. tf GAS HEAT 1* best. Yeu can enjoy g-aa heat beyond the city mains. Free esti mates. Tri-State Consolidated Gas Co Fairfield Rd. Phone 3460 7-6 FOR SALE—Combination fuel oil and bottle gas Florence range. Regularly $299.95. ons to sell et S149.95. Mitchell's tf WASHERS FRYERS—Extra choice New Hampshire*, 35c per lb Hinrich Hatchery. Phone 3144-J. tf PHOTOS—Chaffeurs 10c: billfolds 20c: also refreshing, cooling snowballs, all flavors. Photo Place, 813 10th. tf JUST RECEIVED—SHIPMENT OF ALL AMERICAN QUARTET PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—89c. FEATHEBSTUN CO .7-5 BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHERS— Complete installation and repair service on all models Repair service on all conventional type washers. Wringer rolls cut to fit your wringer. For your washer service: Call 1844. 7.5 WIUHQsa MOLLS tor am Brtns is) sld rolls for WTtnrer reathsrstan'* Radio Sales. 11 IS Broadway Free nieamD sad wsllvsrr Phase. Ht a MISCELLANEOUS FOR DRINKING WATER—Phono 3822-W1 or 3621 P. R. Bullock. 7-20 FOR SALE!—For filtered drinking water: Call Hodges & Warrens D-X. Phone 403 7-18 FOR FILTERED drinking water — Call 3856-W1, Andy Maynor. 7-14 BULK BLEACH—Gal 39c. Bring Jug. Why pay more? Money back guaranteed as good as any bleach Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger 7 -4 FOB SALE—White flour bags. 20c each. Hawkins Bakery 7-12 CHROMALOX heating units for your electric range hot plate, or water beaters Phone 3513 Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger 7-4 AUTOMOTIVES FOR SALE—1941 Chrysler convertible, $110. Inquire Army & Navy Store. Ashley Rd. 7-6 FOR SALE OB TRADE—1940 Dodge; excellent shape; one owner. Only small down payment. 423 Casey. 7-2 FOR SALE—1937 Dodge with 194S motor. Wm. Rapp, Rt. 6. Mt. Vernon. 7-3 MODERN FRONT sleeping room: gentleman. Large closet, shower and tub bath. Near square. Phone 4304. 7-9 FOB RENT—Sleeping room, modern, close in and near bus stop, private home. Call 871-J. tf FOR* RENT — Mice, desirable, sleeping rooms, single or twin bads, 426 N 9th Phone 1420. tf MISCELLANEOUS FLOOR SANDING — RENTAL SANDERS. Call 4055 for free estimate or reservations. Wm. H. Carnahan, 1215 So. 23rd St. 7-28 FOR SALE—1949 Hudson Commodore 8, 2S.000 miles, A-l condition. Inquire Mt. Vernon Produce. 7-2 FOR SALE — By original owner, 1947 Tudor Deluxe Ford, radio and heater. Phone 2715-W5 or 1169-J. 7-2 FOB SALE—1948 English Ford. Prefect. Engine'recently overhauled. Owner leaving for overseas. Leonard Whitlock. 900 Park Ave. tf OFFICE SPACE for rent—1106 hi Main. Phone 994. tf Need A Car or Truck? Rent A Car or Pickup Truck by the hour, day, week or commercial. New cars and trucks. MT. VERNON RENT-A-CAR CO. 821 Jordan Phone 4078—Night Phone 4137 FLOOR SANDING —Free estimate (Satisfaction guaranteed) Raymond Ed mi- son. Phone 923- W 2701 College. tf FQR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Extra nice china cabinet, antique Victorian love seat, both in excellent condition. 501 S. 22nd. Call 2534-J. 7-3 FOE SALE—Large barn to be wrecked. W. L. Bullock. Rt. 3, Phone 3964-W1. 7-3 FOR SALE—30 gal. gas water heater with Bide arm. Phone 833-W, 1004 Welkins. 7-3 FOR SALE—7 ft. General Electric refrigerator, Norge gas range. 4 ft. home freezer. Used very little. 615 S. 25th. Phone 330. 7-3 FOR SALE—600 watt Powerlite generating plant, used 2 yrs.; also one 32 volt motor for washing machine. John Whitsell. Rt. 5. Centralia. 111., near Richview road going to C.B.Q. R.R., name on mailbox. 7-3 THINK! When You THINK of Baying or Selling a Used Car THINK of the S. R. VENTRESS MOTOR CO. 505 S. 10th Street Where You Buy for Less and Bank the Rest. WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING—Films developed. Watches, bracelets, wrist bands, rings. Credit may be arranged Williams Jewelry Store. 116 N, 10th St., Mt. Vernon. 111. 8-11 I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts other than those contracted and signed for by myself. Signed—Thomas Junior Smith. 7.0 BATTERT RADIO OWNERS — Buy' Iks oe» Every n"«dy Layer Sill 1OO0 hour Oattsrj park—*nl» 16.95 r«atherstiin's Ilia Brosdwa* M air KIGERATIOS 8E»T1C* en all make* rstHrerstor* and all eoadltloa esuip meet Fred Skacga Phons 1467 tf MOVING MARKETS By Associated Press WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experienced and equipped 1604 Broadway Phone 2699 7-13 RADIO & RADIO SERVICE DSED RADIO—A tsw »ery rood console models and table models Priced (or quick fate Feathering's. 1113 Broad way U RADIO SERVICE—CALL 122 OR 328— FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY Wf repali and correct any radio failure in sc eorttoncs with modem engtneerins prin ciples rh» reeult It a guaranteed '• u » factory Job Art Feathe-stun 1113 Broad way Tubes tested fret of chars* •* REAL ESTATE FOR RENT. SALE or traile for car—My ninny m 3 room house, near Shoe Factury. Phone 30'JS-Wl. tf ATTRACTIVE SMALT, HOME—Ni'w, close in on Fairfifld road, modern except heat. For sale on attractive term.". Renton Grrcory. 1205 S. 20th. Phone ;11R5-J. 7-6 FOR SALE—7 room house, modern except heat, furnished or unfurnished. Will take house trailer. 612 Opdyke, Phone 238'J-R. 7-0 VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover factory re built, guaranteed; priced from $34.95 up Featherstun's, Phone 322. tf NOW OPEN—Ace Parking Lot. off S E corner of square. Park by hour, day or week. 7_o PICTURES AND NOTARY—One stop serf ice for chauffeurs Mary Jans Studio 906 Main Phone 2247 7-7 RAY DUKE'S RODEO. Wayne City every Sunday at 2:30 Admission 2Sc and 60c. Wood's Grove. 7_g WE REP AIR your Maytag washer, wringer or motor reasonable or sell you the parts for yon to repair It yourself Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. Phone 3513. ^ T-4 GLASSES—Dr J W Williams. O D. 116 M 10th. Mt Ternon. IU. 8-6 CHICKS MT. VERNON HATCHERY CHICKS — U S. APPBOVED 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. tt Complete line of PURINA CHOW for poultry and livestock RILEY PRODUCE, 215 So. 11th. Phone 83. tf SWIFT'S CHICKS are husky, healthy. hardy, 0 S approved. Pullorum passed, sexed or straight run. Hatching each Wednesday. Place order now Complete line of poultry, cattle and hog feeds. Swift's Hatchery. Phone 561 500 Casey Are. tf FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE—Coldspot refrigerator, like new. Phone 3073»W. 7-6 FOR SALE—Franklin treadle sewing machine. Gall 61R23, Dahlgren, 111. Mrs. L. E. Cross. 7.3 GOOD USED dinette living room suite. tables, lamps and desk, all maple. 833 North St. 7.3 FOR SALE—Crocheted bed spread. Phone 3436. 7.3 FOR SALE—S cu. ft. Frigidaire, good condition. Phone 2614. tf FOR SALE—J. C. Higgins 16 gauge 6 shot repeater, bolt action. 704 So. 22nd. 7-6 NEW HAMPSHIRE fryers. $1.00 each. Mile Bouth, 4 miles east Bonnie. Ella Pettypool. 7.1 FOR SALE—Building 30x60, $500. See Loyd Allen, Sesser, 111. 7.7 FINE NEW HAMPSHIRE fryers, on foot or dressed. 1808 Stanley, Phone 1853-J. 7-5 FOR SALE—1 wheel trailer, $35. Phone. 3659-W. 7.2 FOR SALE—WindowB and doors: also all types used building material. 1309 So. 18th. 7-2 LARGE ELECTRIC FANS % off- used letter file cabinets; 1042 Chevrolet 5 passenger coupe. Hilltop Supply, Bluford. 7-3 LIBERAL TERM FINANCING on used trailers. Many exceptional values in modern used trailers with or without hath Open evenings and Sundays. ROGERS TRAILER RANCH, Rantoul, Illinois. 7-3 FOR SALE—House trailer, 27 ft., Universal. Priced to sell. 500 Opdyke Phono 320-J. 7 .g DRY YOUR SWEATY, damp basements with chemical de-Humifidlers from Welge Paint and Wallpaper Store. 7-6 MOMMY AND DADDY, GRANDMA AND GRANDPA: ARE YOU GOING TO BUY ME A HIGH CHAIR, STROLLER, CAR SEAT, AND A TABLE AND CHAIR'? WELL GEE WHIZ LOOK AT THE BABYHOOD WOND A -CHAIB AT HAMPER SKELGAS, 114 NORTH 10th BECAUSE IT MAKES ALL THESE THINGS AND MORE AND I'LL LET MOMMY BORROW IT FOR A SERVING TABLE AND TO WHEEL THE CLOTHES OUT TO THE CLOTHESLINE. 7.5 POPULAR RECORDS— Sheet muBic. 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. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. tf NEW PERFECTION water beater, all white kitohe.n type, provides instant hot water automatically. Ready to hook to your regular fuel oil tank. $175.50. One to sell $85. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. 7 -3 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 277 FRUITS & VEGETABLES FOR SALE—Fancy red ripe tomatoes: transparent apples, at the big tent, 1310 So. 12th St. J. O. Riley. 7-0 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Heavy springer ..cow. Fred Filler, 10 miles out on Richview road 7-6 FOR SALE—Two good milk cows, giving about 4 gallons of milk daily. 2 miles west of Rt. 37 on Walnut Hill road. Price S225 each. Leon McBride. 7-3 FOR SALE — Tennessee Walker saddle horse, 5 years old. Phone 3873-J2. .7-3 ANNUAL AUCTION SALE of purebred Hampshire and Suffolk rams and ewes from the experimental flocks. Write for a catalog and attend the sale, Thursday, July 12. University of Illinois. Dixon Springs Experiment Station, Robbs, Illinois. 7-7 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Learn to PLAY ACCORDION Instrument f'j,nis ; -?d Cail to^.j,. V ABEL'S 1502 Bdwy. Phone 330 FOR SALE—Upright piano. 122 N, 7th. Phone 1770-J. 7.3 PETS DOGS BOARDED—All have clean individual pons. Mae Callander, east hard road. Phone 600-J. 7.3O FOR SALE—6 pointer pups, 6 weeks old. Harold Beard, 305 Herbert St, Tel 1750-W, 7.3 DOGS BOARDED — Groomed, sheared and bathed. Will call for and deliver Happy'* Pet Shop, H 86tb and sUchrlew road Phone 428*. tf PLANTS FOR SALE — 1,000 late tomato plants, Bwect potato, mango. 1 Shewmake. 010 Park Ave. Phone 3000. 7.3 FOR 8 A LB — Tomato, cabbage, mango peppers, sweet banana peppers, small hot pepper plants 621 George ilmi Phone 187i -a tf STOVES FOB SALE—Florence kerosene range with oven, $15. Phune 3545 between 8 am and 5 p. m. 7.3 YOUR BEST BUY IN BOTTLE Bin IB SKELGAS—2-100 lbs CYLINDERS IN STALLED S29.00. CHANGING CITY GAS T0 BUR ' N SKELGAS OUR SPE- CIALITY. KAMPEB KELGA9 AND AP PLIANCE, 114 NORTH lOtl PHONE 9i8 ' T-I3 PERSON ALIZED stationery Tonr name or monogram imprinted with out new machine. 24 hour service At low as 79c per box 1 Personalised bridge cards, nap kins and many other items Llttls's Office Supplies. Emmerson Hotel Bldg. if NOTICE—Complete well drilling sod wstei system Installation and services Haynes * SchelL £ R 1. Geif. m Phons 818ft Fairfield. tf MARION LODGE Ho 13 I.O.OJ meet* every Tuesday. 8 p. a. 181 M 10th Visiting brothers welcome. tf BEAUTY SHOP SPECIAL FOB JULY—Machine Creme oil permanent $3.00: cold wave $5.00, $6.50, $8.50. Phone 1414. 7-11 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES HOOVER VACUUM CLEANERS —Factory authorized sales and service. (You'll be happier with a Hoover for 51 and the years to corns.) Featherstun 's. Phone 322. tf VACUUM CLEANERS are our only bust nees New and used Parts, service any make. We rant cleaners Phone 1012 City Ball Bldg. O ft Buford tf FOR SALE Grocery Store, Meat Market & Building-. iMust sell immediately due to ill health. Write— Box M.L., c/o Reg.-News FOR SALE—Beautiful modern 6 room ranrh lype Buseh Homestead and 7 acres or entire farm of 67 acres: 5 suburban lots, north side. Phone 1103-VT. 7-3 FOR SALE—3 room house, modern, west part: small down payment. Ph. 2918-J or 5v0 7-3 FOR SALE—2 room house, size 24x12. to be moved from location. Phone 217S-J. 7-3 FOR SALE—Good building lot in 600 block of So. 15th street. J R Winn. Tel. 103. 7-6 FOR TRADE—City property for 50 or 60 acre farm with 7 or 8 room house, H to % mile off highway Wesn or southwest. 5 or 6 mile? from town. Write Box 5-M. Care Register-Sews. 7-2 FOR SALE One corner lot. 100'x200'. three miles from Ml Vernon square on east hard road. Phone R04S in Fairfield. Illinois, or write Cambridge Courts No. 9. Fairfield. Illinois. 7-5 WALL STREET NEW YORK, July 2 — A gentle recovery movement pushed ahead tod^y in the stock market bringing a lift to virtually all sections of the list. Leaders posted gains running from a few cents to a little more than a dollar a share. Losses were held down. The upswing excited no particular amount of buying. Volume dame to an estimated 1,300,000 shares for the day. That compares with 1,730,000 shares on Friday when the market suffered its third break of the weeK inspired by negotiations for a Korean armistice. The better sentiment throughout the market for the greater part of the day followed last week's slump which was the greatest since the week ended June 30, 1950, when the market felt the impact of the outbreak of fighting in the Korean war. A considerable portion of today's buying was traced to bargain hunting and quiet investment demand. Higher were Bethlehem Steel, Gentral Motors, Southern Pacific, Standard Oil (N. J.) Phelps Dodge, U. S. Rubber, Montgomery Ward, Homestake Mining, Allied Chemical, Pan American World Airways, Lockheed, Radio Corp., American Can, U. S. Gypsum, and General Electric. LIVESTOCK By Associatod Press NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., July 2.— (USDAU — HOGS, 17.000; few early sales 40 to 50 cents lower; later 180 lbs. up mostly 50 to 75 cents lower than Friday's average; 170 lbs. down and sows mostly 50 cents lower; bulk good and choice 1801230 lbs. $22.50$23.10; several loads earlv $21.15: about two loads $23.25; 240-270 lbs. 322.00-S22.50; 270-300 lbs. S21.50-S25.25; 150-170 lbs* $21.50$22.50; 120-140 lbs. S19.50-S21.OO; 100-110 lbs. S18.00-S18.75;; sows 400 lbs. down S1S.50-S19.25; over 400 lbs. mostly 17.25-S18.00; stags FOR SALE—West, 5 rooms, bath, parage. 5 lots. Phons 1981-J—do not call after 5 p. m. 7-26 BUILDING LOTS $10 down and $10 a month buys one on Old Union Road. Write giving name and address to— Box 612, c/o Reg.-News FOR SALE — 20 acre improved farm, southwest Dareville store on all-weather road, 5 room bungalow, hardwood floors, steel rabinets. electric water system, rood nntbuildinrs. Knox Rowe, Rt. 1, Bonnie. [ 111. 7-2 FOR SALE — Nice, high building Iota on sll westher rosd, ntar school Electricity. See or call Mrs Mot« Wsrrsn. 118 dsyt. or ^.1712 sftsr 5 p. m. tf FARMS FOR SALE RICHARDSON PLACE—23 acres. 3 miles S. E. Mt. Vernon: 6 room house, good barn, tractor. Also 2 cows. 1 calf. 18 pips. 15 hens. Tony McKeniie. 1505 Lamar. Phone 1146. 7-7 LOST LOST—Setter male bird doc. white with black spots. Write or call A. H. Williams, 706 N. ISth, Phone 4254. 7-3 LOST—White Toy Fox Terrier, answers to ."Prince". West side. Call 2490. , 7-3 mostly S14.00-S16.50; boars $12.00$15.00. CATTLE: 2,500; calves 1,300; commercial to choice heifers and mixed yearlings steady at $28.00$34.50; utility and commercial cows $22.50-$28.00; canners and cutters $17.50-$22.50; some low commercial bulls steady at $28.00$28.50; a few of the better kinds available utility bulls $25.50$27.00; good and choice vealers $33.00-538.00; prime to $40.00; utility and commercial vealers $25.00-532.00. SHEEP: 1,500; choice and prime spring lambs $33.00-$33.25; top $33.25; most packer bids 25 to 50 cents or more lower than Frdiay; few salesdownward from $32.50; run includes load shorn yearling unsold; slaughter ewes unchanged; early sales mostly $12.00-$15.00; some held higher. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Associated Pross CHICAGO, July 2. — Butter steady; receipts (two days) 803,453; wholesale selling prices unchanged; 93 score A A 68.5; 92 A 68; 90 B 66.5; 89 C 64.75; cars: 90 B 67.25; 89 C 65.75. Eggs weak; receipts (two days) 20,111; wholesale selling prices one to two cents a dozen lower; U. S. extras 50; U. S. mediums 47; U. S. standards 45.5; current receipts 41; dirties 40; checks 38. (USDA) — Live poultry: about steady. Receipts 33 loads; FOB paying prices unevenly a cent a pound lower to two cents higher; heavy hens 29-31; light hens 26-27; roasters 33-36 (excluding crosses); fryers 30-34; old roosters 21-22; ducklings 26. CASH GRAIN By Associated Press CHICAGO, Julv 2.—Cash wheat No. 4 red 2.29; Corn: No. 2 yellow 1.72-72sample grade 1.45 1 4-57. Oats: No. 1 heavy mixed 80; No. 3 heaw white 78'4; No. 4 heavy white. 79. Barley nominal: malting 1.3050; feed 1.05-18. Soybeans: none ST. LOUIS PRODUCE By Associated Press ST. LOUIS, July 2. — Produce and live poultry: Eggs, wholesale grades, extras 46-48, standards 42-43, Iowa unclassified 41%-42, nearby unclassified 37%-38, no grades 35-37; consumer grades, AA large 49-51, A large 47, A medium 45, B large 44-45. Fowl, heavy breeds 26%, leghorns 23 V 2 , No. 2s 5; commercial fryers and broilers, crosses 34-35, reds 33-34; nearbv lots, whites 3132, reds 30-31, leghorns 25, bare- backs 25; ducks, young 23, small young and old dark 15, turkeys, hens 36, toms 36, old roosters 20; guineas, old 20. J. P. COURT Francis A. Haney of Bluford, was assessed three fines before W. O. Page, justice of the peace, yesterday. He was fined $50 and costs for reckless driving, $25 and costs for failure to have an automobile license and $25 and costs._ for failure to have a driver'&V* license. The charges were filed by State Policeman L. R. Lyons. OBITUARY Sgl./F.C. Orlan Wllforrt Tolley, son of Henry and Laura (Mitchell) Tolley, was horn March 28. 1(110 111 Mt. Vernon. Departed this life nl Fort Lee, Va., June 21st, 1051 at the age of 32 years, two months mtel 24 days. He professed faith In Chrlyt at an early nue. He enlisted in the service of his country Feb. 18. lH-ll am! was still In service..^ While In Austria lie met and married Miss ' Mariraret Konard on Nov. 15th, 1047 at Wels. Austria. While in service ho would write about our I'raylntr Son. He was wnl across two different times—onco in World War 2 unci returned home Oct. 8, 1048 with his wife. fn Aire, of 11150 ho was sent to Korea where he was wounded Nov. 2nd, 11)50. Ho is survived by his wife, father and mother, one brother. Lawreneo Ray, two sisters. Helen Kennedy and Lllabcll nniiuley. all of Ml. Vernon: a prandmoth- er. Mary Gibson, a host of relatives and frirmls. One brother proccded him in death, Oscar Phillip Tolley. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the American Legion, to the many friemls who sent flowers and sympathy cards, also Rev. John B. Maiikling for his words of sympathy, also Ed Funlc- houser for his SOUKS. A lovlns one from us is irone A voire we loved is still A place is vacant in niir home That never can bo filled. • Sadly missed by: WIPE. FATHER AND MOTHER, "% MR. AND MRS. H W. TOLLEY, » BROTHER A NO SISTERS. FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 5c RMMDI P I wish to express our thanks and irrati- futle to our friemls ami neiirhbors for all the kindness and sympathy dimnK our recent bereavement In the loss of my wife, Joan Rodntz. also for the beautiful floral offerings and to Rev. Walter Faguu for his ronifortinpr words. Husband: HEN ROUATZ. We wish to thank everyono for the kindness shown lis in the sudden death of our daughter, and for the many beautiful flowers, and the cards sent, and tho consoling- words spoken by the Rev. John .M.mldirik-. k THE LEWIS TATE FAMILY. PAY YOUR BILLS WITH OUR MONEY CASH LOANS $1 qoo TO $5oo°° On Ton? Sl(rnatnre — Auto — Furniture. 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