T2 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, JULY 9, 1951 CLASSIFIED PAtiE There are Offers Here for Every Purse, Person and Purpose! JmiiimitiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiimuiir iiiiHmiimiiMHiii(wiK(iiimiiiiiiiHfw«Hi(imimmHiiiiNniiiiiiHiiiuiiiiiiHimiiiiwHfliiiiiMmmn«iiniimi»miii»iiiii7 WANTED HELP WANTED your present income selling: McConnon Products. Write Charles Hefner, 2518 College Aremie, Ml. Vernon, Illinois. 7-9 AMBITIOUS YOUNG MEN, 27 to 34, to train for managerial positions with world's largest rubber company. Good starting: salary, expenses, free insurance, retirement plan. Write G. W. Dempsey. District Manager, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, 4310 Forest Park Blvd., St. Louis, Missouri. Attach photo. Give background of business experience and men. Call 2302-J. 7-11 Phone 994. tf GUARANTEED wheel balmadac tl.fi0 c*r wheel Phon» 1490. tf Phone 994. tf GUARANTEED wheel balmadac tl.fi0 c*r wheel Phon» 1490. tf FOR SALE DEAD STOCK WAMTKD — Pfton. collect: Harry Smith. KMoea, 01 55. Woodlawn. Dal* Eitea. «31. Hi TTnaa If FOR SALE DEAD STOCK WAMTKD — Pfton. collect: Harry Smith. KMoea, 01 55. Woodlawn. Dal* Eitea. «31. Hi TTnaa If MISCELLANEOUS LAWN MOWE3S sharpened aDd repaired. after 4 p. m. Dick Rose, 3rd and Walnut. 7-16 WE CAN PUT YOU IN a trailer home, the quickest, most reasonable way. Our big inventory of used trailers makes it possible to ofter great bargains, never equalled in twelve years. Liberal terms. ROGERS TRAILER RANCH, Rantoul, Illinois. ; 7-14 1 , —— FOR RENT WE CAN PUT YOU IN a trailer home, the quickest, most reasonable way. Our big inventory of used trailers makes it possible to ofter great bargains, never equalled in twelve years. Liberal terms. ROGERS TRAILER RANCH, Rantoul, Illinois. ; 7-14 1 , —— FOR SALE—Clean 1H40 Ponllac Sedan. Photi? 21, 8 a. m.-4:30 p. m.—13:J8-JX after 4:30. 7-10 FOB SALE—1051 G.M.C. pickup: 1948 Chevrolet pickup; 1!>-IH G.M.C. pickup; 1941 Dodce. radio, heater: 11140 Chovrolet. radio, heater. Several other used cars and trucks. Terms. Jim McDermott, Benton road. 7-10 APARTMENTS education. 7-11 WANTED CREDIT MAN National sales finance company. Age 26-35, college graduate. Unusual opportunity to develop into posjtibn 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. lSV/z So. 10th UNFURNISHED FULLY modern 3 room duplex apartment with nice utility room, close in. Phone 2006-3 or 1804-J. tf FOR RENT—3 unfurnished rooms with basement room privilege; no children or pets. 2205 Casey. 7-10 UNFURNISHED 4 rooms and bath. 4 blocks from town. Insulated. Adults. 120 N. 6th. tf FOR SALE Concrete Mixer, 3 cu. ft., Gas Motor, like new. Steel Clothesline poles. Outside Water Hydrant. Electric Motors. Ice Cream Freezer. One Gallon Buckets (new). Five Gallon Pails (new). Angle Iron.. Some Lumber, Roofing, Linseed Oil and Paint. Steel barrels. 11108 NORTH STREET--PHONE 996-J FOR RENT—3 room furnished apt. vate entrance: adults. 615 So. Call 1301-J. Pri- 20th. 7-12 FOR RENT—Modern 2 room furnished apartment, on bus line, private. Phone 3894-J4. 7-12 FOR RENT—Modern furnished 2 room apartment; newly decorated. Phone FOR SALE—4 Montgomery Ward tires, size 0.00x16, never been used, cheap. 321 So. 4th, Phone 4440-J. 7-10 FOR SALE—Estate Heatrola, large size, used 5 months. Upright piano, gas heater and water tank. Coal range. Phone 24.12-M. 7-10 PRICED FOR QUICK SALE—Refrigerator, gas range, pump model washer, 2 home 2114. 7-10 freezers. 012 So. 25th. -12 FURNISHED APARTMENTS — Telephone 3177-W or 189. 1-7 FOR RENT — Furnished apartment. 3 utilities paid. Call 2777-J. 7-13 FOR RENT—Two 3 room apartments at 1604 Broadway; unfurnished, modern except heat; S35 per month. Inquire oil So. 7th. t 7-10 FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment. Phone 3216-W. tf WANTED — Experienced snrubbrey and spray man. Call 4233. 7 " 9 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 — Beauty operator. Maxine's Beauty Shop, Phone 3041. 7-a WANTED—Truck drivers. See Orla Lashbrook, Mt. Vernon Tent and Awning Co ' ^TfUATlONTWANTED MERCHANDISER—Handle any phase of merchandising, store operation, management wide experience variety and department stores. Age fifty six. Any position considered. Box 685, Register-News.^ ^ WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—Good used 26 in. bicycle. Curtis Cockrum, Ina, 111. 7-10 WANTED—Stock saddle. Ashley, 111., Rt. 1. Julius Klein, 7-9 'WANTED TO RENT WANT TO RENT—4 or 5 room house or 1st floor apartment, automatic heat, laundry facilities, after Aug. 19th. Write Box 505, Register-News. 7 -l° FOR RENT—4 room modern furnished semi-basement apt., $15. Phone 7S0. tf FOR RENT—3 room unfurnished apt., modern except heat, clean, 1st floor, on bus line. Phone 3209-J. tf FOR RENT—3 rooms unfurnished; individual bath, heat, hot and cold water: S30. Call 1838-J, 701 So. 12th. tf FOR RENT — Modern apartments, also sleeping rooms, with board. Marie Lancy, 309 S. 11th. 7-9 FOR RENT—Modern 3 room unfurnished apartment, large rooms, on bus stop. 1503 So. 12th St. 7-9 FOR RENT—Modern unfurnished 4 room apartment, newly decorated. Inquire 219 So. 10th. Phone 1426. 7-9 FOR RENT—3 room all modern apartment. 117 N. 6th St. 7-10 DUPLEX, 6 ROOMS down, 5 up. heat and water furnished: some furniture for sale. 1026-W. 7-9 FOR RENT—Modern 3 room furnished apartment, close in; also trailer space. Call 5b8-J. j 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 SALE—9x12 rug, solid neutral colir, coffee table, and lamp table with glass tops, all like new. Call 4627. tf FOR SALE—New 9x12 brown fiber rug; full size Roll-away bed and mattress, good condition. Phone 3394W after 4 p.m. FOR SALE—Fryers. 2% to 3 Vi lbs. 2*4 miles northwest of OpdyUe, 111. Bill Kissel. 7-11 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 MARION LODGE No 13 I.O.O.F meet* every Tuesday 8 pm. 121 M 10th Vlsltlne brothers welcome tf BEAUTY SHOP SFF.C1AL FOR JULY—Machine Creme oil permanent S3. 00: cold wave So. 00, SO.50, SS.50 Phone 1414 7-11 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES HOOVER VACUUM CLEANERS—Factory authorized sales and service (You'll be MARKETS By AisoclMid Prtia PETS DOGS BOARDED—All have clean individual pens. Mae Callander, east hard road Phone B09-J. 7-30 DOGS BOARDED — Groomed sheared and b.thed Will call for ind deliver Happy'. Pet Shop. N t6tb and aichrtew road PhoD* 4284 tt VACUUM CLEANERS we our only bus! ness New and used Parts, service any make. We rent cleaners Phont 1912 City Hall Bldg. O R Buford tf WALL STREET By Associated Press JNEW YORK, July 9 — With only a little buying encouragement the stock market today swung ahead. Gains among leaders generally happier with a Hoover for 51 and the I ran from a few cents to a little y car» to come.) Featheratun'a. Phone 322 more than a dollar a share. Declines were held below a dollar a share. . Trading was on the slim side with an estimated volume of 1,100,000 shares. The total Friday was 1,170,000 shares. The best performers were steels oils, motors, and chemicals, with the motors making less progress than the others. Stocks going higher included Bethlehem Steel, General Motors, Standard Oil (N. J.) Texas CO., Dow Chemical, Du Pont, U. S. Rubber, Westinghouse Electric and Southern Railway. Corporate Bonds moved narrowly. BATTERY RADIO OWNERS — Buy the new Everyr#«dj Layer Dili 1000 hour oatterj park—vnly S6.95 faatheratnn'a 1113 Brnadwav tt aEFKlGEKATIOM 9EKTICC OB all make* refHrerators and all poadtttoB equip meat Fred Skarri Phone 14A7 If MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moviiiK. experienced ami equipped. 114 N lith St. Phone SHOD. 7-13 RADIO & RADIO SERVICE STOVES YOUR BEST BUY LN BOTTLE GAS IS SKELGAS—2-100 lb» CYLINDERS INSTALLED $29.00. CHANGING CITY GAS RANGES TO BURN SKELGAS OUR SPE CIALITY. HAMPER KELGAS AND AP PLIANCE. 114 NORTH 10th PHONE 916. 7 . 13 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1948 Indian motorcycle. Phone 39S5-W3. 7-11 FOR SALE—Five good used white sidewall tires and tubes, size 7.00x16. 715 So. COth St. 7-11 FOR SALE—Brand new 1951 RCA television set. 17"' screen, way below ceiling- list price: Norpre electric ranee S-0: boy's 26" bicycle 510. Phone 1893-WX. 7-10 FOR SALE—Electric refrigerator, 1st class condition. 1401 Westcott. 7-10 FOR SALE—Lumber, blocks, roofinp and sheet rock. Buy for less. Sherman Roberts Lumber Co., Benton road. Phone 3106. we deliver. 7-12 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 FOR SALE—No. 1 timothy hay. Williams, Dareville. Burton 7 -11 FOR SALE)—Electric refrigerators, one small and one Jarg-e; cheap. 813 So. 18th. Call 4325-J. 7-9 FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, exhaust fan. electric kitchen, private bath. Adults. Phone 634. tf FOR RENT—Unfurnished all modern apt., close in. Madee Stull, 1110 Main. tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CAR OWNER with 4 hours week spare time to service route of new type Nut and Amusement Merchandising- machines. Income up to S200.00 monthly to start possible. S300.00 working capital required which is secured. Applicant must be dependable and have references. For interview with factory representative in your town include phone and address in application. Abbey Mfg. Co.. 5553 Easton Ave., St. Louis 12, Mo. 7-10 FOR SALE OR LEASE—Tavern: excellent business; kitchen. Should see. Bill's Place, 301 Ferry St., Metropolis, 111. * 7-12 FOR SALE—33 room hotel, fully furnished; good income; building leased; full price $5,000. For complete information: Write or contact prop. Rose Hill Hotel. Christopher, 111. 7-13 FOR THE FINEST IN FURNISHED APARTMENTS See JAMISON REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — Beautiful plastic and oil cloth shoe baps, basket liners, clothes dampeners and basket covers. Rust remover, removes rust from clothes instantly. 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 PEOPLE in the know use Glaxo plastic type ooating instead of waxing linoleum Douglas Drug. 7-10 FOB RENT- -Unfarnlihed * room apt.. modern except beat. 1004 Bell: colored only Call 607 094. tf HOUSES FOR RENT — Nicely decorated 2 room house, modern except heat, oil heat, near high school. Call 3879-J4. tf FOR RENT—Unfurnished 4 room house. $30 per month. Children accepted. 309 So. 24th. 7-14 ALL MODERN 4 room unfurnished duplex, heat and water furnished, basement privileges, garage, close to new hospital. 566-J. 7-10 OUR CUSTOMERS buy Fina Foam again and again. It cleans rugs like new Benoist Bros. 7-10 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 Feathers-tun's, 1112 Broadway. tf PHOTOS—ChaffeurB 10c: billfolds 20c; also refreshing, cooling snowballs, all flavors. Photo Place, 811 10th. tl FOR DRINKING WATER—Phone 3822-W1 or 3621. P R. Bullock. 7-20 FOR SALE—For filtered drinking water Call Hodges & Warrens D-Z, Phone 403. 7-18 FOR FILTERED drinking water — Call 3856-W1. Andy Maynor 7-14 FOR SALE—White flour baga, 20o each. Hawkins Bakery 7-12 FOR RENT — 4 room furnished house, lights, water, gas, large lawn. Inquire at 1213 So. 24th. 7-12 FOR SALE—Shoe repair shop, fully equipped and supplies, in Waltonville. Paul Davidson. 7-12 FOR' SALE—Burton's Bar-B-Q at once. Reason for selling, ill health. Apply Jour miles west. Rt. 15. 7-9 FARMERS 1 — Would like to haul your wheat. Phone 2159-J. 7-10 WILL TRADE 8 ft. showcase for $25 cash or groceries. Mary Jane Studio, 908 Main. tf MUST SACRIFICE CAFE — Doing very good business. Must leave town BOOH as possible, husband ill.'' wife cannot handle business alone. Good living quarters for young couple. Across from Shoe Factory and school. Inquire 1912 Perkins. 7-18 INSTRUCTION GET U. S. GOV'T JOB 1 Men-Women. Start high as $3,450.00 year. Thousands' of jobs available. Security. Promotions. Qualify NOW ! Experience usually unnecessary. FREE information on jobs, salaries, details. Write TODAY 1 Lincoln Institute. Pekin 13, Illinois. 7-11 GET A GOV'T JOB I Men-Women. Start high as $66.34 week. 50,000 Emergency jobs open. .Qualify NOW. FREE 32-page book shows jobs, salaries, sample tests. Write: Box 652, Care Register-News. 7-9 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—Baby Bitting, day time work. Phone 13S7-W. , 7-0 WANTED—Yard grading, any kind of team work. George Mare. Phone 3821-J1. 7-20 WANTED—Washings to do in my home, 1 block east Werner Equipment Co., turn left, 4th house on right. Lewis Simms. , . • 7-9 ; WANTED — Lawn mowing with power mower. Work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Phone 2007-W, 308 Castleton. , 7-19 PAINTING—-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—phow cards, posters, •tencil cutting. Also rug weaving. C. O. Clark, Phone 2546m., tt WANTED '— Upholstering, furniture repairing. . Auto-truck cushions repaired, 'Upholstered. Geo. McCoy, 331 Bell. Phone ;U»MW. -•2"- . '8-2 WATCH AND CLOCfc REPAIR — Quick •ervice. • William* Jewelers, Stanley *r «K»;"Miv. • :8 . 30 LAWN MOWEP rrlndiQf. repairinr. KEYS miide, lock* 'repaired. A. 8. Hodge, 611 •wtth lith. «<trc9t. 7-26 FOR RENT — 4 room furnished house, lights and water furnished; reasonable. 1307 So. 18th. 7-9 FOR RENT—5 room unfurnished house, semi-modern, at 313 Jordan. Call or see Mrs. Fred Nelson. 301 So. 22nd St. Phone 3633-W. 7-9 FOR RENT—5 room house at 720 Herbert. Inquire at 1121 So. 9th. 7-9 FOR RENT—6 room house, modern except heat, close to grade or high school. Inquire 416 Broadway. 1260 or 1614J. 7-10 FOR RENT — 5 room efficiency house, modern except heat. Phone 3295-R. 7-9 FOR RENT—Small house furnished, clean, water and lightB. 1008 N. 10th. 702 yOB RENT—2 room cottage, modern except heat, at 914 Jones St. Key at Zesto stand, 10th and Jonea tf ROOAAS FOR RENT—Sleeping room for gentleman, 315 north 9th. Phone 149-J. Call after 6:30 p. m. t f FOR RENT—Modern sleeping rooms at 704 Main. 7.12 AUTOMOTIVES SPECIAL—1946 Plymouth sedan; radio, heater. Only S495. Jim McDermott, Benton road. 7-10 1947 KAISER 4 DOOR: radio and heater; holder of mortgage must sell today for best offer. Inspect car and submit bids by contacting Harold Ashby, Universal C.l.T. Office. 7-10 FOR SALE—1939 Ford ton truck. Browning Coal Co., Phone 1031. 7-7 FOR SALE—1940 Pontiac, 6, 2 door, fair condition. Burton Cook, Dahlgren. 7-9 FOR SALE—1948 Chevrolet Carryall Suburban, radio, heater, good tires, low mileage. $800. Call 1952-J. 7-11 FOR SALE—1049 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 FOR SALE—1848 Englisn Ford, Prefect. Engine recently overhauled. Owner leaving for overseas. Leonard Whitlock, 900 Park Ave. tj MODERN FRONT sleeping room; gentleman. Large closet, shower and tub bath. Near square. Phone 4304. 7-9 FOR RENT — Mice, desirable, aleeptoi rooms, elnrla or Vwiu bada 426 » 6th Phone 1480 If MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—1,000 square feet of office or business space. Will arrange to suit on lease. Heat and water furnished Free parking space. Call 1873-J. tf 10R LEASE—Conoco service station. Inquire Conoco Bervice station, 504 west Muin street, Salem, Illinois, Telephone Salem 1039. . 7 11 FLOOR SANDING — RENTAL SANDERS. Call 4055 for free estimate or reservations. Wm. H, Carnahan, 121B So. 23rd St." 7 . 28 Need A Cor or Truck? Rent a Car or Pickup Truck by the hour, day, week or commercial. New caw and trucks. MT. VERNON RENT-A-CAR CO. 821 Jordan Phone 4078—Night Phone 4137 THINK! When you THINK of Buying or Selling a Used Car THINK of the S. B. VENTRESS MOTOR CO. 505 S. 10th Street Where You Buy for Less and Bank the Rest. CHICKS MT. VERNON HATCHERY CHICKS — O. S. APPROVED PULLORiUM 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 lino of PURINA CHOW for poultry and livestock RILEY PRODUCE 215 So. 11th. Phone 83 « SWIFT'S CHICKS are bu»ky. healthy hardy, O S approved. Pullorum passed, sexed or straifht run. Hatching each Wednesday. Place order now Complete line of poultry, e»ttle and hot feeds. Swift's Hitchiry. Phone 501 500 Caaey Are. if 1RUITS &VEGETABI ES TRANSPARENT APPLES. $1 .50 per bu'' pick your own. 1 mile east Cravat on gravel road. Charlie Witzel. 7-11 FOR SALE:—Fancy red npo tomatoes- K lI ™ 8 P arent apples, at the big- tent, mo 7-0 FLOOH SANDING— Fra. Mtlmat* .[Sat if faction guarantied} Raymond Bdml So. 12th St. J. 0. 'Rllcv. LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Cows, heifers, bulls; calves- pigs; 120 Now Hampshire red pullets' lay soon. Geo. Daniels, Bluford. 7-12 FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE—?045 model B Farmall tract" with 12 or 14 in. Weird plow. Thomas Wray, Boyd. 7 . 10 IT'S FUN TO COOK with ra«. Cooler and cleaner kitchens See us for de pendable double bottle hook up of Tri-Gas Tri-State Consolidated Gas Co.. Fairfield Rd Phose 8460. tf RADIO REPAIR SERVICE on all models: tubes tested free. Call 1S44 for free pickup and delivery. Guaranteed service. Warren's Bottlo Gas Service, 1000 Lathnr. * 7-11 OSED RADIO—A few very coed console models and table models Priced for quick sale.- Featberstun'a. 1112 Broad way tf RADIO SERVICE—CALL 322 OR S28— FREE PICKUP AND DEIIVERV W* repair and correct any i -adlo tail lire In ao cordance wttb modem engineering prin doles The result is n guaranteed «ati» factory Job Art Featherstun 1112 Broad' way Tube* tested free of charre M FOR BOTTLED GAS stove installation Phont 2134J, N Klnman. Benton road Mt. Vernon. 111.. Dealer for PUR GAS. tf FOR SALE—Combination fuel oil and bot tie gas Florenca range Regularly $299.95. oa» to sell at $149.95 Mitchell's tf WASHERS WKlNliEK ROLLS toi ao waaoera Brtni la old roll* tot wringer Feather*tun> Kadio Salaa. 1113 Broadway Fra* otcknp and deli Tory Phonr S2S tf MISCELLANEOUS " LAR-GE BARN to be wrecked on W. L. Bullock farm. Rt. 3. Call 3964-W1. 7-10 Learn to PLAY ACCORDION in--.trj. U,.M '! >>/!".-' - d today! V ABEL'S 1502 Bdwy. Phone 330 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 re built guaranteed: priced from $24.95 up Featherstun's, Phone 322. tf PEAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Beautiful. 5 room, completely modern home: reasonably priced: Oak Grove Addition. Call 117iiy-WX. 7-12 S300 CASH, balance like rent, buys new 4 room bungalow, west part; hardwood floors, built-in bath; immediate possession. Call 400 or 48. tf FOR SALE—A %vell constructed, almost new. two bedroom home on a fine lot in Oak Grove Adilition. Nu-e homes on each side of it and it is the nicest part of this Addition Owner leaving town and will sacrifice for ouiek sale. Price only S;i250.00 with $1250.00 down and balance financed. Ed B. Moss. 1-142 or V. E. Richardson, 1203. 7-9 FOR SALE—5 acres with nor wire fencing. good house, nice yard with beautiful maple trees anil on all weather road adjoining Ina, 111. on the west side. Abundance of soft water, low taxes, spleudid garden and nice corn crop crowing. All for S;i250.0ll with quick possession. Ed. B Moss. S14 Main. Phone 1442 or 738. 7-9 NICE LOT ON PAVED ST.—^0x150. So. 2.'lrd. block north Perkins. Inquire 1317 Salem road. tt HOUSE FOR SALE hy owner—4 room house, hardwood floors, ail modern except heat. Phone 2022-W. 7-9 FOR SALE BY OWNER—1 room house i 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. 810 Dewey. 7-10 GLASSES—Dr J W WiBrama, O D„ 116 M 10th. Mt Vernon. HI 0-5 PERSONALIZED atationery Your name or monogram imprinted with our new machine, 24 hour service Aa low a# 79c per box I Personallaed bridge' cards, gap kina and many other items Llttle'a OKice Stippliea. Emmerson Hotel Bldg. tf NOTICE—Complete well drilling and water •ystem tastallation and services Baynes A SchelL a a 1. Gaff. Ul Pa on. 8166 Fairfield tf FOR RENT. SALE or trade for car—My emuty in 3 room house, near Shoe Factory. Phone 3928-Wl tf FOR SALE—7 room house, modern except heat, furnished or unfurnished Will take house trailer. 512 Opdyke, Phone 23S2-R 7-0 FOR SALE—West. 5 rooms, bath, garage. 5 lots. Phone 1981-J—do not call after 5 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 S p. m. tf CASH GRAIN By Associated Press CHICAGO, July 9 — Cash Wheat: None. Corn No. 2 yellow 1.77^-78; No. . 1.67; No. 4 1.72 3 .i- 74 Vi; sample grade 1.35-%-72%l. 'Oats: No. 1 heavy white 82 Vi; No. 2 eytra heavy white 82 3 4. Barley nominal: Malting 1.3050; feed 1.05-18. Soybeans: none. LIVESTOCK By Associated Press NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., July 9.— (USDA}.~-HOGS: 15,000; 180 lbs. up steady to 15 higher; lighter weight is fully 25 higher; sows strong to 25 higher; spot up to 50 cents; 180-230 lbs. $23.15- S23.50; mostlv $23.40 down; 240270 lbs. $22.50-$23.00; 120-140 lbs. S19.755-S21.50; 100-110 lbs. $18.25$19.25; sows 400 lbs. down 518.75$19.75: heavier sows $17.50-18.75; stags $14.00-$16.50 boars $12.00$15.00. CATTLE: 5,500; calves 1.S00; 3T- UNIFORMED ARTIS T -Patrolman Joseph L. Cur. tis, 29, of New York City's police force, whose hobby is painting in water colors, studies some of his work in his Brooklyn home. LOST LOST—Top section of cas stove between Hiway 37 and Sportsn-.ans Cluu. Call 2224. 7-12 LOST—Female fox hound^pup. ring neck. white feet, black ha^k. Finder notify Lyal Sands, Mt. Vernon, 111.. R.R. 6 or Phone. 7-3 LOST—Setter male bird dog. white with black spots Write or call A H. Williams. 706 Jt. 18th, Phone 1254. tf CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone for the kindness shown us at the sudden passing of our mother, Mr" Francis Pean-o. the many beautiful flowers, the card? scut and the consoling words spoken by Rev. Steve Shehorn. THE PEARf'E FAMILY. IN MEMCRIAM BILLIE L. COCKRUM In loving memory of Htllic L. Co<krttm. who passed away 10 years ago July U. 1H41-. What would we give to clasp his hand His happy fa<'<> to see To hear his voice and see his smile That meant so much to me With one so loving kind and true How hard it was to part with you. DAD AND MOTHER. one load prime heavy steers $37.75; prime medium weight steers $36.85: weak to 25 lower; little done on others; bidding lower; a few cows about steady; bulls and veaJers steadv; commercial bulls S28.00-$29.50; utility S25.50-$27.00: good and choice vealers S32.00-S37.00; price $39.00; utility and commercial vealers $25.00-$31.00. SHEEP: 2,000; receipts predominately good to prime spring lambs; numerous lots carrying wet pelts; market starting out dull; only few lots sold; undertone weak to lower; early sales good to prime $31.50-532.50; including at $32.50 being several sales to big packers; bidding sharply lower on throw- outs and culls;; run including load of yearling wothers; considerable number aged sheep; bidding sharply lower on slaughter ewes over 150 lbs.; lighter ewes steady; most $15.00; culls S10.00-S12.00. CHICAGO POULTRY By Associated Press CHICAGO, July 9 — (USDA) — Live Poultry: Steady: Receipts 19 loads; FOB paying prices unchanged except one to l y 2 cents a pound higher on fryers; heavy hens 29-31; light hens 26-27; fryers 32-34; old roosters 21-22; roasters and ducklings not quoted. ST. LOCI'S PRODUCE By Associated f rcss ST. LOUIS, July 9 — Produce and live poultry: Eggs, wholesale grades, extras 45-47, standards 41-42, unclassified (Iowa) 38-39. unclassified (nearby) 36It:-37, no grades 3035, pullets 25-28; consumer grades AA large 49-50, A large 45-47, A medium 43-45, B large 42-44. Fowl, heavy breeds 26, leghorns^ 23 1 «, No. 2s .05; commercial fryers and broilers crosses 34-35V2, reds 34-35; nearby miscellaneous lots, whites 32-33, reds 31-31, leghorns 25, leghorns (under 1% lbs. 20, blacks 20, barebacks 25; ducks young 23, small young, old and dark 15, geese 15; turkeys, hens and toms 36; old roosters 20; guineas, old 20. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Associated Press CHICAGO, July 9 — Butter §• weak; receipts (two days! 1,317.073; wholesale selling prices ¥i to one cent lower; 93 score A A 67.25; 92 A 66.25; 90 B 64.25; 89 C 63.5; Cars: 90 B 65.75; 89 C 64.5. Eggs weak; receipts (two days) IS, 164; wholesale selling prices unchanged to a cent a dozen lower; U. S. extras 50; U. S. mediums 17; U. S. standards 45.5: current receipts 39; dirties 38; checks 36. DID YOU LOSE YOUR BILLFOLD? ; Or Do Other Money Troubles \ Have You Down? 5CROWN FINANCE can consoli | date those many payments In one small monthly payment. [LOANS . $10 to $500 [Phone 1526 Today, or COME IN CROWN FINANCE CORPORATION 1110 1 1 Main — Hawkim Bldg. R. S. DICKSON, Manager t Like putting a new kind, of Gas in your tank... 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