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10 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951 mar CLASSIFIED PAGE | There are Offers Here for Every Purse, Person and Purpose! j IntiinminniiiiiiiinHiiiiiiiMiuiiimiMwmimHiiiiiiiNiiNiiiiiuiiimiimi i FOB SALE—Wheat straw. Norris Baker. WANTED HELP WANTED 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.l.T. CREDIT CORP. 121 </ 2 So. 10th FOB BENT—3 room all modern furnished apartment; adults preferred. Phone 2888. 7-7 FOB BENT—3 room unfurnished apt., modern except heat, clean, lBt floor, on bus line. Phone 3209-J. tf Dareville. FOB SALE—Electric refrigerator, 1st class condition. 1401 Wcstcott. 7-10 LIVESTOCK FOB SALE—5 yr. old bic Jersey cow, giving- 5 ?al. per day. Olaf LarBOn. 1207 N. 12th St. 7-7 FOB SALE—rows, heifers, bulls; calves; pifrs; l'-'O New Hampshire red pullets, lay soon. Geo. Daniels, Bluford. 7-12 FOB BENT—3 rooms unfurnished: individual bath, heat, hot and cold water: $30. Call 1838-J. 701 So. 12th. tf FOR BENT — Modern apartments, also sleeping- rooms, with board. Marie Lancy, 309 S. 11th. 7-9 WANTED — Beauty operator. Beauty Shop, Phone 3041. Maxine's 7-9 DISHWASHER WANTED—Apply In per son. Hunt's Coffee Shop. 7-6 WANTED YOUNG LADY TYPIST CASHIER Age 21 to 28. Experience preferred, with pleasing personality, for small loan office. Applicant selected must be able to deal with general public. Apply at once In person—to J. P. BRESNAHAN WHITE LOAN CO. 1116 Broadway 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 813, c/o Register-News. FOB BENT—Modern furnished 3 room apartment, private bath and entrance: $40 month. Phone 1133-W. tf FOB BENT—Modern 3 room unfurnished apartnftnt, large rooms, on bus stop. 1503 So. 12th St. 7-9 FOB RENT—Modern unfurnished 4 room apartment, newly decorated. Inquire 219 So. 10th. Phone 1426. 7-9 DUPLEX, 6 BOOMS down. 5 up. heat and water furnished; some furniture for sale. 1026-W. 7-9 FOR SALE—30 pigs. 8 weeks old. S. E. Cloyd. 1st road west, H mile north Jiggs & Maggie. 7-7 FOR SALE—Heavy springer cow. Fred Fuller, 10 miles out on Richviow road. 7-6 FOR SALE—Lumber, blocks, roofing and ' sheet rock BUY for less. Sherman ! ANNUAL AUCTION SALE of purebred Roberts Lumber Co., Benton road. Phone | Hampshire and Suffolk rams and ewes 3100 we deliver. 7-12 | from the experimental flocks. Write for ' '. 1 , a catalog and attend the sale, Thursday, July 12. University of Illinois, Dixon Springs Experiment Station. Robbs, Illinois. 7-7 FOB SALE—24" window fan, good a* new Phone 1757. 7-7 FOB SALE—12' steel boat with 3H H.P. Evan Rude motor. Gene Richardson. Belle Rive. T - 7 ATTACHMENTS for your Sunbeam Mix- master in stock. meat grinder, food chopper, drink mixer, slicer and shredder, butter churn, all so helpful during caning season. Feathurstun's. tf FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE—No. 1 timothy hay. Williams. Dareville. Burton 7-11 FOR SALE—Electric refrigerators, one small and one large; cheap. 813 So. ISth. Call 4325-J. 7-9 FOR SALE — Beautiful plastic and oil cloth shoe bags, basket liners, clothes ? 2 FURNISHED apartment, private i dampeners and basket covers. Rust ro- bath, electric kitchen. Phone 1846-J, j mover, removes rust from clothes instant- 1101 So. 13th. 7-6 . jy. Tell us your washing machine troubles. ~~ • we can help you. New and rebuilt motors for sale or exchange, installed at once. Hoover. Eureka. Bevac. Universal and Hamilton Beach belts. Bring old one or machine number. Thrifty Laundry, 1711 Conger. 7-11 FOR RENT — 4 room unfurnished apt. with garage. Close in north. Steam heat, plenty closet space. Adults only. Tel 1623 or 2528. 7-6 FOR RENT—Modern 3 room furnished apartment. ' Call at 1312 Casey. 7-6 FOR SALE—Tents, tarpaulins, cots. Guaranteed paints ami sunglasses. All kinds of footwear and clothing. Water cans, FOR RENT—Modern 3 room furnished j picnic cooler?, luggage, new and used footlockers. Everything for farm and home. Come down and help us find them, it will save you money. Dobb's Army Store at south end of Car Shops on 10th. Ph. 37S1. 7-6 apartment, close in; also trailer space. Call 5b6J. .f FOR RENT—Upstairs unfurnished apartment. 4 rooms, 1803 Broadway. Phone 714 or 2734-W. tf FOR RENT—Modern furnished apartment, electric refrigerator, hot water. 909 S. 12th. Phone 2532-J tf FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, exhaust fan, electric kitchen, private bath. Adults. Phone 624. tf FOR RENT—3 room all modern apartment. 117 N. 6th St. 7-10 FOR RENT—2 unfurnished roomi. 2210 Casey. Phone 2647-J. 7-6 UNFURNISHED FULLY modern 3 room duplex apt., with nice utility room, close In. Phone 2906-J or 1604-J. 7-7 FOR RENT—Unfurnished all modern apt., close tn. Madge Stull, 1110 Main. tf IMMEDIATE DELIVERY New 1951 model Wood Brothers Combine, 6 foot cut, motor driven machine. DELIVERY PRICE, YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS THIS UP. Holman Tractor Co. Benton Road — Phone 277 Roads to Kaesong and Possible Peace FURNITURE GOOD MAPLE FURNITURE—Living room suite, dinette, desk, lamp and cocktail tables, electric water heater. 833 North St. 7-7 PEOPLE in the know use Glaxo plastic type coating instead of waxing linoleum. Douglas Drug. 7-10 OUR CUSTOMERS buy Fina Foam again and again. It cleans rugs like new. Benoist Bros. 7-10 FOR SALE—Coldspot refrigerator, new. Phone 3673-W. like 7-6 FOR SALE—8 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 FOR SALE—Building 30x50, Loyd Allen. Sesser, 111. $500. See 7-7 WANTED—Experienced waitress, in person. Parkmore Grill. Apply 7-6 FOR THE FINEST IN FURNISHED APARTMENTS See JAMISON REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—House trailer, 27 ft.. Universal Priced to sell. 500 Opdyke, Phone 329-J. 7-6 WOMAN FOB SWITCHBOARD operator See Mr. Watson. Hotel Emmerson. WANTED Truck drivers. See Orla Lash brook. Mt. Vernon Tent and Awnins Co^ WAITRESS WANTED — Hotel Emmerson Dining,Room. See Mr. Watson. « WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—Good gentla young saddle horse. Phone 3932-W4. 7-6 WANT TO BUY—Boy 's bicycle. 10th, Phone 1744. 315 So. 7-7 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—Nice 2 or 3 bedroom house; references if required. Ph. 1958. 7-6 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOB SALE—Shoe repair shop, fully equipped and supplies, in Waltonville. Paul Davidson. 7-1- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY—Long established business, suitable for couple—be your own boss; enjoy good income. Small capital required. A real bargain. Act quick. Call 3263. 7-8 FOB SALE—Burton's Bar-B-Q at once. Reason for selling, ill health. Apply lour miles west, Rt. 15. 7-9 FABMERS! — Would likt to haul your wheat. Phone 2159-J. 7-10 WILL TRADE 8 ft. showcase for $25 cash or groceries. Mary Jane Studio, 906 Main. tf MUST SACRIFICE CAFE — Doing very good business. Must leave town soon as possible, husband ill, wife cannot handle business alone. Good living quarters for young couple, Across from Shoe Factory and school, inquire 1912 Perkins. 7-11 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—Baby sitting, day or night, by middle-aged lady. Experienced and reliable. Phone 3168-M. 7-7 WANTED — Lawn mowing with power mower. Work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Phone 2007-W, 308 Castleton. 7-19 PA.INTING—Inside and out, paper hanging, wall washing. Work guaranteed. Free estimate. Edward Flota, Ph. 3030-W. 7-11 WANTED—Painting and papering, inside and outside. Phone 855-W, Morris Yost. 7-9 SIGN PAINTING—Show cards, posters, stencil cutting. Also rug weaving. C. O. Clark, Phone 2545-J. tf 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—Old age men. Call 2302-J. pensioners. Prefer 7-11 LAWN MOWER grinding, repairing. KEYS made, locks repaired. A S Hodge. 811 •outh 18th Btreet. ; 7-25 GUARANTEED wheel balsnclnt SI.60 pet wheel Phone 1*90 tf DEAD STOCK WANTED — Poone collect! Harry Smith, Keenes, Dl 56. Woodlawn. Dale Beta* 831 lit Vernon. LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired, after 4 p, tn. Dick Rose. 3rd and Walnut. 7-16 FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOB RENT—Two 3 room apartments at 1804 Broadway; unfurnished, modern except heat; $35 per month. Inquire 511 So. 7th. 7-10 FOB BENT—3 room furnished apartment. .Phone 3216-W. tf FOB, RENT—Modern 3 room furnished apartment. Call at 1904 Conger. T-7 S FURNISHED BOOM§; private bath and entrance, electric kiftchon. Adults. 112 lSttl. Phono 4132^-W. *OJ* RrBNT—Fhns^roora' unfurnished apartment, newly decorated, modern except heat; $40.00 month. j 304 H So. 10th. Phone 68D-W. 7-7 i. ""••V'.tHCTH"'. II' i. *©R RENT--1 room,- modern furnished , eeml-basetnent apt., >&45, Phone 780, * - % it MODERN 2 xoom Yurnfshed apartment; . *WMm paid, V&one 8186. 74 able. FURNISHED APARTMBWTS — Telephone 3177-W or 189. 8-1 FOR BENT—Nicely furnished 3 room all modern apartment Call Madg. Stull. Phone 364:—3486-J. tf FOR BENT- -Unfurnished S room apt.. modern except beat 1004 Bell: colored only Call 607 994 tf FOB BENT—Modern furnished apt., newly decorated. Private entrance. Phone 850-J or 780. tf DBY YOUR SWEATY, damp basements with chemical de-Humifidiers from Welge Paint and Wallpaper Store. 7-6 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. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. tf FOR FILTERED drinking water: Abie's Water Wagon. Phone 1021. Call 7-7 FOR SALE—Potash 60%, for $60. Immediate delivery Phone 2991. D. O. Greenwalt. 'Wayne City. 7-6 HOUSES FOR RENT—2 bedroom furnished home, oil heat. 12th and Waltonville road. Adults. Phone 4132-W. 7-7 FOR BENT—6 room house, modern except heat, close to grade or high school. Inquire 415 Broadway, 1260 or 1614J. 7-10 FOR BENT—3 room furnished cottage. 704 Main. 7-7 FOR BENT—Cheap, 3 nice size rooms; 2 room house furnished or unfurnished. 1008 So. 7th. 7-6 FOR RENT — 6 room efficiency house, modern except heat. Phone 3295-R. 7-9 FOR RENT- cott. room house at 1307 West- 7-7 FOR BENT—3 room house in Bluford, lights and water, near schools. $22 per month. Phone 3085. 7-7 FOR SALE—22 inch window fane. Cools 6 rooms. Moves more air than any similar fan on the market. Belt driven Fits any window. Only $49.50. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. 7-6 3-PIECE SECTIONAL Divan, light green. made bed. has storage space. 1017 N 7th St., Phone 2621-W. ••; S I a TUT • MUtS sourw ,KORtA MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS VAItEL'S 1502 Bdwy Phone 330 PETS FOR SA\E—Cocker puppies, $10 and $15. 1012 w 3. 24th St., Phone 4458. T-G DOGS BOARDED—All have clean individual pens. Mae Callander, east hard road. Phone 609-J. 7-30 DOGS BOARDED — Groomed sheared and bathed Will eall for and deliver Happy'* Pet Shop. N t6U> and Blcbriew road Phone 428J U PLANTS FOR SALE — Tomato, eabbare. manro peppers, tweet banana pepper* smaP hot pepper planta 821 George street Phone 1871-K tf STOVES FOR SALE—Table top 4-burner oil stove. 1419 S. 12th. Phone 3080-R. 7-6 Map locates Kaesong In relation to Seoul and Pyongyang nnd routes to the city near the 38th parallel where plans are being made to meet to work out a cease-fire in Korea. Allied negotiatoYs will go to Kaesong either by helicopter (solid arrow) or by jeep (open arrow). Solid line is approximate battlefront. There is no indication as yet how Red envoys will reach the site.—(AP Map) a—. — — FLOODED MISSOURI RIVER CUTS NEW MOUTH TO THE MISSISSIPPI MARKETS By Associated Press WALL STREET NEW YORK, July 6.—Moderate losses today in the stock market replaced early gains and halted a three-day recovery movement. Leading issues cushioned their fall a little beyond the one dollar mark. Some maintained gains of a few cents with one or two holding a bit more than a dollar. The volume of business contracted on the decline, coming to an estimated 1,200,000 shares for the day. Yesterday in a rising market business amounted to 1,410,000 shares. Today's reaction came after yesterday's advance that, established a record as the widest of the year as measured by the Associated Press average of 60 stocks. Stocks losing ground included Bethlehem Steel, Goodrich, Montgomery Ward, Douglas Aircraft, Admiral Corp., American Can, General Electric, American Tobacco, Southern Railway, Union Pacific, Texas Co., and United Air Lines. Red Casualties Up to 1,191,422 By Associated Press WASHINGTON, July 6. — The » army estimated today that enemy casualties in Korea rose to 1,191,422 by June 25, an increase of 5,958 for the week. Of the new total, 606,219 wore North Korean casualties and 585,203 Chinese communists. The total battle casualties now stand at 863,949, an increase of 3,649. "Of these, 371,309 were North Korean and 492,640 By Associated Press ST. CHARLES. Mo., July 6 — The Missouri river, on its worst rampage since 1944. formed a new junction with the Mississippi river near here today on its break through a major levee and isolated the eastern part of the county lying in a Y between the two rivers. Some 15,000 acres of rich farmland was inundated by "Old Muddy's" mighty rush across countryside. It smashed a 100-foot wide gap in the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad embankment north of here yesterday. Then it gnawed through at other points. Sheriff Lester Plackmeyer reported today the Missouri, which had engulfed 24,000 acres before the break through, had reached the Mississippi. He said state highway 94 near here was under water. But the river had started to fall. The Weather Bureau at St. Louis reported it had dropped nearly a half-foot from its crest of 36.4 feet yesterday. The rvier lacked just one-tenth of a foot of reaching its record high in 1944. PHOTOS—Chaffeurs 10c: billfolds 20c: also refreshing, cooling snowballs, all flavors. Photo Place. 811 10th. tf FOB DRINKING WATEB—Phone 3822-W1 or 3621. P. R. Bullock. 7-20 FOB SALE—For filtered drinking water: Call Hodges & Warrens D-Z. Phone 403. 7-18 FOB FILTERED drinking water — Call 3856-W1, Andy Maynor. 7-14 FOR SALE—White flour bags. 20o each. Hawkins Bakery 7-12 AUTOMOTIVES 1947 KAISER 4 DOOR: radio and heater: holder of mortg-agre must sell today for best offer. Inspect car and submit bids by contacting Harold Ashby, Universal CI.T. Office. 7-10 YOUR BEST BUT LN BOTTLE GAS IS SKELGAS—2-100 lbs CYLINDEBS IN STALLED $29.00. CHANGING CITY GAS BANGES TO BURN SKELGAS OUR SPE CIALITY. KAMPER KELGAS AND AP PLIANCE. 114 NORTH 10th. PHON 918. T-I IT'S FUH TO COOK with gas Cooler and cleaner kitchens See us for de pendable double bottle hook up of Tri-Gas Tri-State Consolidated Gas Co.. Fairfield Rd Phoae 3460. tf FOR BOTTLED GAS store Installation Phone 2134J, rJ. Kinman. Benton road, Mt. Vernon. 111.. Dealer for PUR CAS. tf GAS HEAT Is best. Yen can enjoy gas heat beyond the city mains Free esti mates. Tri-State Consolidated Gas Co Fairfield Rd. Phone 3460. 7-fl FOR SALE—Combination fuel oil andbot tie gas Florence range Regularly $299.95. one to sell at £149.96 Mitchell's WASHERS FOB RENT—Small house furnished, clean, water and lights. 1008 N. 10th. 7-10 FOR RENT—4 room furnished house. Call after 4 p. m., Phone 3908-W1. 7-6 FOB RENT—2 room cottage, modern except heat., at 914 Jones St. Key at Zesto stand, 10th and Jones tf ROOAAS FOR RENT—Sleeping room for gentleman, 315 north 9th. Phone 149-J. Call after 6:30 p. m. tf FOR RENT—Modern sleeping rooms at 704 Main. 7-12 FOR RENT — Modern sleeping room, 2 blocks of square. 608 Main. 7-7 FOR RENT—2 large Bleeping rooms, large closets, private, one-half bath, Bhare tub. Private home, nicely located, near bus stop, 316 So. 15th. Tel. 285-WX. 7-7 MODERN FRONT sleeping room: gentleman. Large closet, shower and tub bath. Near square. Phone 4304. 7-9 FOR RENT—Sleeping room, modern, close in and near bus stop, private home. Call 871-J. tf FOB RENT — Ktee, desirable, sleeping rooms, stnrle or twin beds. 425 H 9th Phone 1420 tt MISCELLANEOUS FLOOR SANDERS and POLISHERS for rent. Phone 36 for reservation. Welge Paint Store, north side of square. 7-6 FLOOR SANDING — RENTAL SANDERS. Call 4055 for free estimate or reservations, Wm. H. Carnahan, 1215 So. 23rd St. 7.28 OFFICE SPACE for rent—1106 ft Main Phone 094. t f Need A Car or Truck? Bent 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 ruaranteed) Raymond Ed mi- son,- Phone 023-W »701 College. tf FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOB SALE—Brand new 1951 RCA television set, 17" screen, way below ceiling list price: Norge electric range $20; boy's 26" bicycle $10. Phone 1893-WX. 7-10 FOR SALE—Two 30 gallon water tanks; new 6.00xi6 tire: new french fryer; radio-phonograph, 1022 Herbert. 7-7 HOMART GAS hot water heater, 20 gal. capacity. Practically new, very reason- Phone 28B-WZ. 7-7 FOB SALE—1949 Studebaker K ton pickup, good condition, 8900. Call 4628-W. 7-7 FOR SALE—1939 Ford ton truck. - ing Coal Co., Phon. 1031, Brown- 7-7 FOB SALE—1940 Pontiac, 6, 2 door, fair condition. Burton Cook, Dahlgren. 7-9 FOB SALE—1948 Chevrolet Carryall Suburban, radio, heater, good tires, low mileage. $800. Call 1952-J. 7-11 For Sale—'46 Pontiac Driven 44,000 miles, excellent condition. Will sell less than ceiling. H. H. Hick's, Brownsville Road Phone 3853-J2 FOR SALE—1949 Plymouth 2 door. Radio, heater, seat covers. Excellent condition, good rubber. 19.000 miles. Owner recalled to Navy. $1200. Can be seen at 607 N. 7th street or Phone 3187-W. tf 1942 NASH 2 DOOR sedan, radio, heater, extra good motor, body and tireB. 1017 N. 7th, Phone 1548-J. 7-7 FOR SALE—1941 Chrysler convertible, $110. Inquire Army & Navy Store, Ashley Rd. 7-6 FOR SALE—1948 English Ford, Prefect. Engine recently overhauled. Owner leaving for overseas. Leonard Whitlock, 900 Park Ave, tf THINK! When You THINK of Buying 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. WUidUfciB BOLLS tot am tuceri Bring la eld roll, for wringer Featherstun'i Radio 8ale* 1113 Broadway rre. picknp and deUrwr Phosw Stl MISCELLANEOUS 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 VACUUM CLEANERS—Hoover factory rebuilt, guaranteed: priced from $24.95 up Featherstun's, Phone 322. tf PICTURES AND NOTAKK—One stop serv ice for chauffeurs Mary Jane Studio. 906 Main. Phone 2247 7-7 BAT DUKE'S RODEO. Wayne City, every Sunday at 2:30. Admission 25c and 60c Wood 's Grove. 7-fl GLASSES— Dr 3 W Willrama, O D.. 116 M. 10th. Mt Vernon. IU 0-6 PERSONALIZED stationery Tour same or monogram imprinted with our new machine, 24 hour service AB low as 79c per bozl Person allied bridge cards, nap kins and many other Items Little's Office Supplies. Emmerson Hotel Bide. U NOTICE—Complete well drilling and watei system installation and services Baynet * ScbelL & R 1. Geff, Dl Phon. 8165 Fairfield. tf MARION LODGK No 13 I.O.O.F meets every Tuesday 8 pm. 121 M 10th Visiting brothers welcome tf BEAUTY SHOP SPECIAL FOR JULY—Machine Creme oil permanent $3.00: cold wave $5.00, $6.50, $8.50i 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 come.) Featherstun's. Phone 322 tf CHICKS MT. VERNON HATCHERY CHICKS — U. S. APPROVED PULLOKUM 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, U 8 approred. Pullorum passed, eezed or straight run. Hatching each Wednesday. Place order now Complete line of poultry, cattle and hog feeds. Swift's Hatchery. Phone 561 600 Casey Ave tf FRUITS & VEGFTABt ES FOR SALE—Apples, yellow transparent red June. You pick them, $1 bushel this week end. Ira Childere, 4 miles out ^Ji °,1, v , iUe Rd " % mlle eaBt - Phf, ne oUJo-Wl, r ~_Y TBANSPARENT APPLES, $1.50 per bu • pick your own. 1 mile east Cravat on gravel road. Charlie Witzel. 7-11 FOB SALE — Bed raspberries, 40c qt Phone 3833-J1, if no answer, call 3980-J1. ' 7 „ FOR SALB-A-Fancy red ripe tomatoes: transparent apples, at the big tent, 1310 8o. 12th St. I, O. Biley. 7-6 VACUUM CLEANERS are our only bust •esa New and nsed Parts, service any make. We rent cleaners Phone 1012 City Ball Bldg.. O R Buford. tf BATTEB? RADIO OWNERS — Boy the new Bveryr*«dy Layer Bill 1000 aour battery pack— wly ta.Oi reatber.iun 's 1113 Broadway tf BJWaiGERA'nON HKTICB ee all BMke* reirifarators and air ceaditloa eanip- •ent Fred Skacr* Phoae 1487 If INSTRUCTION GET A GOV'T JOB! Men-Women. Start high as $00.34 week. 50,000 Emergency jobs open. Qualify NOW. FREE 32-page book shows jobs, salaries, sample tests. Write: Box 652, Care Register-News. . 7-8 MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experieneca and equipped. 114 N. 0th St. Phone 2600. 7-l'3 RADIO & RADIO SERVICE RADIO REPAIR-SERVICE on all models; tubes tested free. Call 1844 for free pickup and delivery. Guaranteed service. Warren's Bottle Gas Service, 1000 Lamar. 7-11 USED RADIO—A few rery rood console models and table models Priced for quick aala. Featharstun's, 1113 Broad Carrier Pigeon . Walks 175 Miles By Associated Press COPENHAGEN, July 6 — A tired carrier-pigeon came walking into Dove-Cote in Copenhagen and fell asleep after having traveled 1 175 miles on his two feet. Svend Christensen of Hammel, the pigeon's owner, said the bird had walked the distance in eight weeks. Christensen had bought the pigeon in Copenhagen a couple) of months back. He tied its wings with rubber bands to prevent it from returning to its old cote. But the pigeon disappeared eight weeks ago. The owner assumed the cat had taken it, until a telephone call from Copenhagen notified him that the pigeon was back in the old pigeon-house, its wings still tide with the rubber band. FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS C r pi IKIIM p RADIO SERVICE— CALL 322 OR 328— FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY We repaii and correct any radio failure tn ee cord an e. with modern entineerini prin ciple. The result Is s ruaranteed satis factory job Art Featherstun 1118 Broad way Tube* tested (re. of eharr* •« PEAL ESTATE NICE LOT ON PAVED ST.—50x150, So. 2!ird, % block north Perkins. Inquire 1317 Salem road. tf HOUSE FOR SALE by owner—4 room house, hardwood floors, all modern except heat. Phone 2622-W. 7-9 SMALL HOMES that can be financed with small down payments, balance like rent Phone 32B3. 7-6 FOR SALE BY OWNER—4 room house (large rooms), plastered walls, newly decorated inside. 2 lots on bus line, store and church near. Plenty shade and water One shed 18x10, 2 large porches, nice yard. 910 Dewey. 7-10 FOR SALE OR TRADE for late model car—Equity in house. Second house north of Game Farm road on Rt. 37 7-7 FOR) RENT, SALE or trade for car My equity in 3 room house, near Shoe Factory. Phone 3028-W1. tf ATTRACTIVE SMALL HOME—vNew, close in on Fairfield road: modern except heat For sale on attractive terms. Benton Gregory, 1205 S. 26th, Phono 3165-J. 7-6 FOR SALE—7 room house, modern except heat, furnished or unfurnished. Will take house trailer. 512 Opdyke, Phone 2382-R. 7 . 0 FOR SALE—Good building lot In 600 block of So. 15th street. J ft Winn Tel- 103. 7.g 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—West, 5 rooms, bath, rarage. 5 lots. Phone 1081-J—do not call after 6 p. m. 7.26 FOR SALE — Nice, high building lots on all weather road, near school Electricity. See or call Mrs. Mott Warren. 118 days, or 1712 after 6 p. m, tf FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE—55 acre Improved farm, rood fishing- hole, electric available, southeast Wayne City, III. Chas. Bee. 7-7 RICHARDSON PLACE—23 acres, 3 miles S. E. Mt. Vernon; 6 room house, good barn, tractor. Also 2 cows, 1 calf, 18 pigs,. 15 hens. Tony McKenzie, 1505 Lamar. Phone 1148. 7-7 LOST LOST—Setter male bird dog, white with black spots. Write or call A. H, Williams, 706 N. 18th, Phono 4254. 7-6 Weekend in Bagdad On The Subway By HAL BOYLE AP Staff Writer NEW YORK, July 6.—Are you looking for an unusual vacation? Well, if you are poor of purse but young in heart, you can't do better than spend a week-end in Bagdad—O. Henry's old Bagdad- on-the-subway. There are still magic and adventure in this great sprawling king of cities, and the time to come and look for them is when you are chock full of youth and dreams. For what there is here to be discovered cannot be found when you are old. I think—if I had it—I'd gladly give $1,000,000 to recapture "that first fine careless rapture" of seeing New York City for the first time. But you can't really journey twice to Mecca in one lifetime. Both you and Mecca change. » • . » MY FLYING CARPET WAS A BUS, and I rode 36 hours in it to get here. For $5 I rented a room for a week—a room so small I had to open the door in the morning to take a stretch. And I saw this city, this whole big fable in concrete, with a pocket- full of nickles. Today it takes a pocketful of dimes, as the price of a ride on the underground chariots has doubled. Anyone who has never done it before can have a real week-end of glamor here for, $25 or less. What can he do on that budget? Well, he can lunch at one o-' the big-name restaurants, have a highball or two in a famous nightclub, take in a Broadway play, see a big league ball game, and watch the high-kicking rockettes in Radio City music hall. • ... * DO YOU LIKE TO WINDOW- SHOP? Stroll up Fifth Avenue, and wares are spread before your eyes no emporer could envision a century ago. Does history or art Interest you? Some of the great museums of the world are here, and nobody ever went broke buying his way into a museum. Churches? j There are great cathedrals of stone here, and the doors are open. Chinatown, the Bowery, the Lower East Side, Harlem, Greenwich Village—you can learn more by walking through them than by speeding through in a cab. Before you board your bus or train or plane to go back home, you ought to take a farewell walk through the Times Square glitter belt. It will make you homesick for your own home town. And you can leave, broke but happy, saying to yourself—as most visitors do: * • * * "IT'S A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT, but I sure would hate to live here." But if you took the city on its own terms you'll always have a warm memory of your first weekend in Bagdad. LIVESTOCK Bv Associated J-ress NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., July 6.— (USDA) — Hogs 12,500; weights 180 lbs. up steady to 15 cents lower than average Thursday: lighter weights and sows 25 to 50 lower; bulk choice 180-230 lbs. 23.00-35; several loads mostly under 220 lbs. 23.40; one load 23.50; 240-270 lbs. mostly 22.50- S5; few to 23.00; 270-300 lbs. 22.0050; 150-170 lbs. 21.50-22.75; 120140 lbs. 19.50-21.25: 100-110 lbs. 18.00-19.00; sows 400 lbs. down 18.75-19.50; heavier weights mostlv 17.50-18.75; stags 14.00-16.50; boars 12.00-15.00. Cattle 500; calves 700; odd head utility and good steers and heifers 27.00-33.00; utility and commercial cows 23.00-28.50; canners and cutters 17.50-22.50; commercial hulls 2S.00-29.50; utility bulls 25.5027.00; good and choice 32.00-37.00; prime to 39.00 and commercial vealers 31.00. Sheep 500; shippers and butchers paying up to 33.00 for best lots of springers; merely good and choice 31.50-32.50; few carrying more grade 28.00-31.00; nothing over 32.50 to big packers; slaughter ewes largely 12.00-15.00; occasional lot culls below 12.00; aged bucks mostly one price, 12.00. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Associated Press CHICAGO, July 6. — Butter weak; receipts 867,924; wholesale selling prices unchanged to a 4 cent a pound lower; 93 score A A 68; 92 A 67; 90 B 65.25; 89 C 64.25; cars: 90 B 66.25; 89 C 65.25. Eggs; top firm, balance steady; receipts 12.095: wholesale selling prices unchanged; U. S. extras 50; Chinese. Non-battle 819 for the casualties were 88,-^ North Koreans and 75,524 for the Chinese, a total of 164,343. The bag of prisoners increased to 163,130. Of these, 146,901 were North Koreans and 17,039 were Chinese. U. S. mediums 47; U. S. standards 45.5; current receipts 40; dirties 39; checks 37. (USDA)—Live poultry: steady; £ Receipts 22 loads; FOB paying" prices unchanged to a cent a pound higher; heavy hens 29-31; light hens 26-27; fryers 31-32:5; old roosters 21-22; ducklings 25; roasters not quoted. CASH GRAIN CHICAGO, July 6.— C WHEAT: None. CORN: yellow 1.76>- a -77. OATS: extra heavy mixed 81 'i; hcavv white 22'4; No. 2 white 80VR1'••i. Barlev nominal: 50; feed 1.05-18 none. A S No. No. No. H 2 1 1 heavy, malting 1.30- SOY BEANS: vealers ; utility 25.00- For A Happier Tomorrow... INSURE WITH SUNWAY TODAY All Types of Insurance Coverage Phone 1558 For Sale-By Owner 2 BEDROOM HOUSE — Large glassed in front porch, large utility room, modern with new automatic oil furnace, new inlaid linoleum in kitchen and bath, built in cabinet with new inlaid counter top, automatic oil hot water heater. GI financed, small down payment. 4 acres. Located west on Ashley Road. CALL GUY C. FOX 3810-JS ST. LOUIS PRODUCE ST. LOUIS, July 6.—Produce and live poultry: Eggs, unclassified (Iowa) 39V£- 41, unclassified (nearby) 32-38, no grades 34-36. Fowl, nearby miscellaneous leghorns under 1% lbs 20. Other prices unchanged. vf ' DID YOU LOSE : YOUR BILLFOLD? Or Do Other Money Troubles Have You Down? CROWN FINANCE can console date those many payments In one small monthly payment. [LOANS _ $10 to $500 Phone 1526 Today, or COME IN. CROWN FINANCE CORPORATION 111 0 12 Main — Hawkins Bldg- _ R. S. DICKSON, Manager FOR SALE MON.-—TUES.—WED. One Minute gas washing machine, Briggs & Strattan motor. 75 lb. porcelain ice refrigerator. Perfection 8 burner cabinet oil range. 3 piece wicker living room suite, sofa, chair, rocker. lleatrola, with new fire bowl. Porcelain top kitchen table with drawer. 25 bu. good white oats. 5 MI. DUE EAST OF DAHLGREN ON GRAVEL ROAD ROBERT RAWLS EXCAVATING BULLDOZER AND TRUCKS Land clearing, pond and basement work. All kinds of dirt work. Now is the time to dig those ponds and do your clearing. SHAMROCK TRACTOR SERVICE — Phones 1644 — 2913-W jp 2310 — 3484-VV. WE CAN "WAVEWASH" YOUR CAR IN JUSTA FEW MINUTES! Let us show you how amazingly fast and thoroughly our new WAVEWASH Car Washer will wash your car! NO STREAKS ... NO GRIME ... It's rsally tparkllng eltanl HERE'S a lune -saving serv> ice that is a big advantage to you—no long waiting. You're next in line to get your car washed whenever it need* it. PRICE ONIT AS FAST AS you can imoke a king size cigarette—your car is cleaned. Entire car is"shampooed", rubbed clean and rinsed. Our WAVEWASH Car Washer uses special self-drying, non - streaking solution. Your car is ready to drive away the second it comes from the washer. $1 INCLUDING VACUUM CLEAN- I.Dw INC INSIDE OF CAR FREE! Ace Parking Lot OFF SOUTHEAST CORNER SQUARE

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