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The Daily Independent from Murphysboro, Illinois • Page 4

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PAGE FOUH THE DAILY INDEPENDENT, MURPHtSBORO, ILLINOIS Phone 35 MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1940 Classified Advertising and Legal Notices Daily Market Reports Business Directory daj 13 words or less. 25c tor 1 tSc days. Over 13 words, 2c per word Ursi day. ic pe; word additiona: daya. Card of Jhanis, Ic per word Minimum 35c.

In Memoiiams. ic Obituaries. Ic per Resolutions 'iiu J1.0U dc 1 ULU IB38ltieO fill be received oaid for on following Nonces oer Mae. Special raies for standing aflu Oy tile month CARD OF THANKS To the many friends of Herman C. Stauclt.

the Elks lodge and the' Masonic lodge for their expressions of sympathy and rioral offerings. express our gratitude. Our heartfelt thanks to Rev. Wm. Boatman, the quartette and the bearers.

STAUDT FAXI1LY. FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE, 939 N. 11TH Street. E. M.

Guirm. PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRATT ADVISE our clients to Itave holiday photographs taken now. Easier, better tor all concerned. Come in. We'll help you with your plans.

Whittenberg Studio, 104 N. Fourteenth street. o21-3t Wl'RPHYSBORO BUSINESS DIRECTORY A telephone call will get you any thing you want when you want it from this handy list of reliable firms of WILLKIE APPEALS TO DAIRY FARMERS FOR FREE AMERICA ABOARD WILLKIE TRAIN EN- ROUTE TO MILWAUKEE, Oct. L. Willldo Phone 35 I carried his presidential campaign into Wisconsin's dairyland today with an appeal to the heavily pre- I dominantly German American population to preserve the liberty which impelled their forefathers flee the homeland for America.

In his first speech of Hie day at Wausau, Willkie told an esti- mated 6000: "I I feel a common bond with many oC you people, because my grandfather also came to this land fleeing from tyranny and seeking peace; liberty and happiness in this land. "We know the way to preserve these livings is to keep America productive and tree from in- ivolvemeut in foreign wars." Hie said Thomas Jefferson feared that a third presidential term might lead to a Itie-time ruler. "Thet forces ol dictatorship are abroad in the world," Willkie said. I "It is more important now to "main- I tain the third term tradition. "You who belong to labt.

Do you realize that the first thing that happens when power resiles iu a single man is that the "labor unions are abolished?" Free education is abolished and i the "mouth of the. clergy is closed," under dictatorship, Willkie said. Approximately 50,000,000 tires I a re bought annually by the motor- 'ists oJ the United States. MAJOR ROOPTJ? OTJK WAY TJ WTT Uili iihuulb i-niif- GUI dlG-tt' FOR LEASE SERVICE STATION. WRITE care this office.

O.19—3t* FOR SALE 1931 CHEVROLET COUPE. PICK-' up bed, new tires and radiator. Also Airline wind charger battery complete. R. V.

Crow. Vpsrgeii- iies. 111., Phone 2GF2. 1939 CHEVROLET MASTER 2- door. Excellent condition.

Original paint like new. $525. Will take trade-in or terms. Telephone 2S9. Ernie Piper, Reliance Chevrolet.

olS-ot LEVAX, ROUTE 4, Murphysboro. SEVEN SHOATS.53.00 EACH. No Sunday service. Harry Heiu- inger, Route 2, Murphysboro. RADIO REPAIRING RADIO REPAIRING EXPERT service on all makes.

E. J. Kuhu, Seventeenth and Elm streets. WANTED A AND hone calls. 212S i.

21 OR ii -or general be able to take mall house and child. Write ui Poultry, Produce, FEED rORi i-'ned and' lotli Phono HOME HFATING co "in Pireman Stokers, Torrid V.K,. and Homo furuarHp 12 So lOto St Phone S61 Complete Machine Shop Service insurance. Real Estate G. E.

EBERSOHL AGENCY Insurance Real Estate 1209 Walnut St Phoiit MAYTAG WASHER, EQUIPPED with gasoline motor. A good bargain. Maytag Sales 1414 Walnut phone 732-W. olS-3t PEARS FOR' CANNING. L-.

R. Allen, one mile south Easterly's, Route 13. EstsLa or Herbert Rush, Deceased Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 2, .1940. is the claim date in the estate Herbert Rush, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Jackson County, Illinois, and that claims may filed against the said Estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated October 14, 1940.

BERTHA RUSH, Executor ISAAC K. LEVY, Attorney. 014-21-2S Job Printing ME DAILY ''he- Beat at Reasouablc ri7iting Of AD 3P 11 "HI Markei McCANN'S MARKET Better Moat for Less I50S Walnut St. Phone it Market Niews 13 STEER YEARLINGS, WHITE- face and $hqrt horns. F.

A. Shupe! Verger.nes,' ill. WTNESAP APPLES, MRS J. M. i Etherton.

SIS S. Normal, Carbondale, 111. -'HPHYSBORO MARKETS! Wheat, No. 1, SSc. Wheat, No, 2, S2c.

Milk, basic S1.90 per hundred for SWEET CIDER vinesar. 1742 Lske St. iLrVERTCD: LUMP. MINE ran and nut. Moving of all kinds Phone Frank Brown.

o7-tf EGGS CREAM Butterfat, No. 1. 2Gc. Butterfat, No. 2, 24c.

Heavy hens lie; cocks, 7c; leg: tii-ns. 7c Cream: No. 1, 26c; No. 2, 24c Monuments HOEF M'BORO MONUMENT CC Monuments Crom $5.00 to $500.0 107 S. 15th.

Phones 313-W and Restaurants GROTTO CAFE Chicken Dinner 40c Sundays ar Thursdays, Lunch 30c Daily M-iOt Tailoring M'BORO CLEAN REPAIR SHO" Ph 473 Geo Sauter. 13 Wai) Paper, Paints GRIZZELL'S Paint's For '33H Wa'nut Si PAINT STORS Any Purpose Phone LUMP S3.10: 02 -f I'. A punching bass Wilson Prices reasonable Strickliii's Newsstand. s23tf 4.TJTO GLASS. PARTS, TIRES, DRAIN-TILE-PIPE, I-BEAMS.

We buy iron, hides. 1900 Gartside. j23-tf PUBLIC SALE AT ROBERTS STOCK FARM, located 4 1 miles west of Marion, Route 13, Thursday, October 24th, Starting 1 p. Pure-bred Hereford Cattle. Excellent Breeding quality.

Compact Poland Hogs, medium type, best breeding Registered boars: i'at hogs; tractor; plows; discs; implements. o21-2t 3 PHOTOS 10c EXCHANGE PHOTOS WITH friends. All size enlargements. Quick service. Next to Liberty Theater.

LUBRICATION GEARS. SPRINGS. STEERING "We do a thorough job of greasing. Light grade I'or winter driving. Complete chassis lubrication.

50c. Drive ill. then you'll be sure. Wides Oil tclc- phone 433. olS-3t "MATTRESSES REBUILT YOUR OLD MATTRESSES CO.M- pletely rebuilt.

covering furnished for We call for and McClintock Mattress Shop. Phone Curbondule. CLEANING AND DYEING NECKTIES, DRAPES, CURTAINS, furniture covers: Cleaned to perfection. 2-day service. Special care -given dainty party dresses, Tony HufiiagcJ, telephone SGfi.

STOKERS I STOKERATOR STOKER. NO More hand iiring when Stokerator is on the job. Perfect heat, requires little attention. Special $129.50. Thomas Plumbing and Heating, Telephone UUS.

OUR SPECIAL OFFER i 50 BEAUTIFUL FRENCH FOLD Christmas Cards and envelopes S5c. Name printed free. Hors- lield Printing Murphysboro, -III. olti-tf MARKETS AT A GLANCE By United Press Stocks irregularly lower and ijuiet. Bonds irregularly lower; U.

S. governments steady. Curb stocks irregular. Chicago stocks' irregularly lower. Foreign exchange about steady in relation to the dollar.

Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: easy, wheat unchanged to off about 1-4 cent and corn otf around 1-S to 1-4 cent. Chicago livestock: hogs weak, cattle steady to weak, sheep to strong. tAST ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK EAST ST.

LOUIS, 111., Oct. 21 Livestock: Hogs: 17,500, 17,000 salable; ISO Ibs up 5c to lOc lower; lighter weights steady; later 5c to lOc lower; sows steady to lOc lower; good and choice 200-2DO Ibs top 1GO-190 Ibs S5.S5- C.20; 1-10-lCO Ibs 140 Ibs down good sows .55.506.10. Cattle: 7.20C; calves 3,300, 6,500 cattle. 2, ('00 calves salable; not cnr.i;i;,'i: oi! steers to estab- 1 iish -In-: biitcher yearlings and i abcia steady; cows' 11 bulls steady 25c lower, t(; i' ter steers 000 salable; no CnivAGO PRODUCE I iicceinls 60 trucks, market unsettled. Heavy hens l.

small hens 13; No. 2 hens, 11; bareback hens 12; leghorn hens and over, "small, youn No. 2 li'jghorn hens colored springs, 4 Ibs. and up under 4 11; Plymouth rock springs, 4 Ibs. and up 15, under 4 Ibs.

15; white rock springs, 4 Ibs. and up under 4 Ibs. colored broil- 3.00 doz. Butter: Receipts 670,796 ma ket'firm. 93 score 92 scor 91 score 90 score 28V ears 89 score 2S, cars 2SM SS score cars ETggs: Receipts 4,265 case? market firm.

Extra firsts LCL cars 26; firsts LCL 20, cars current receipts'19; drities 16'' check- 15; refrigerator extras ID standards Cheese: Twins Daisie 1 Longhorns Potatoes: Arrivals 245. on track 467, total shipments 757. Supplies heavy, demand light, market steady. Idaho russet bin-banks 1.37V4-1.45; No. 2's 1.05-1.10; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs 1.30-1.40; Minnesota and North Dakota Red River valey sec tion cobblers unwashed SO-90; ca 1 brushed S2y 2 Early Oliios Triumphs unwashed 90-95; car washed 1.15; Colorado Red Modules late Saturday 1.20.

ST. LOUIS. PRODUCE ST. LOUIS, Oct. duce: Eggs: Standards cur reiiE receipts 53 pounds and up 20' pullets 14.

Live poultry: Fowls heavy (5 Ibs. and under) 13; light (3 1 to 5 Ibs.) 11; leghorns SVi-9. Spring chickens: local white rocks (3 Ibs. and over) 15; ply(mouth rocks (3 Ibs. and over) 14; 1 colored blacks 10; No.

2, S. Staggy birds discounted Ic to 2c. Fry.ers: (over 2 Ibs.) white rocks 10; Plymouth rocks 15; colored 13Vi; leghorns 12; blacks 10; bare backs 10; No. 2, S. Broilers: rocks, 2 Ibs.

and under 17; colored, 2 Ibs. and under, 16; leghorns, under 16; bare- backs 10; blacks 10. Cocks: Old roosters Gease: Young 10; geese, old. Ducks: Young, white, 4 pounds white 10; old white Turkeys: Young hens 16; young i era Plymouth rock broilers IS; white rock broilers IS; leghorn broilers, 2 Ibs. and up 12; leghorn broilers, under 2 Ibs.

No. 2 chickens bareback chickens 12; black chickens 12; cox 11; old cox 10; Ipghorn cox heavy ducks white colored small ducks white colored ducklings 17; muscove ducks delivered St. Louis' old geese young geese 14; cheese: In jobbing swan geese young torn turkeys pound: northern twins toms 13; No. 2 turkeys tl at 1C; fla(jS mld loins 14; old hens 13; old toms 11; No. 2, 9.

Guineas: per dozen, young (2 Ibs. and over) to 2 Ibs. 3.25; Kl AMD THERE TOO HAVE IT, MR.MUMM HOOPLB AUTOMAYiC CATTLB IT'S NiEW, IT'S REVOLUTIONARY I KNEW BY THE GLINT IN EYE THIS VtoULO BE BAD ONE CAM SPOT A DOODLEBUG EVERY WISH YOU FELLOWS WOULDM'T THIMK THAT I'M BCJIGHTER THAN YOU, FOR. I'M WHAT REALLY HAPPEMED WAS THAT LEARNED TH' FIRST GRADE BEFORE WENT TO SCHOOL SO I HAD TIME IN TH' FIRST TO STUDY TH' SECOND, AMD THE THIRD IN THE WELL, NOW SINCE YOU'VE EXPLAINER THA.T DOM'T SEE.M SO BAD, DOES IT SOUNDS WORSE SINCE HE'S EXPLAINER' BECAUSE I DID THE SAME WITH TH' SLIGHT EXCEPTION! THAT I DIDN'T DO ABOUT TH' SECOND WHILE I WAS IN TH' FIRST, AN' T'M AFRAID THAT LITTLE SLIGHT WILL MAKE ME A DAY LATE AND A DOLLAR SHORT ALL MY ALL UEED IS A BIT OP NO NNITMO'OT BR.INSIM6 UP-HIS BLOOD HE LOOKS LIKE A VIOLENT TNP YOU HAVE A FORTTUNE RIGHT VJITHIM VOUR I HAME A FEW QUE9TIOMS COULDM'T THEM HE WORRIERS Not in Hie Plans Rv FRED HARM if, FE.LLA—I'LL TALKIK) 1 HH.RE OUST UOOK OUTSIDE SHANE HOVJ'D FllSSD AMTD THE RAILROAD IS BROUGHT -To FEVER. PI-TCH THE AT1ACK.

RAKICHER. SHANE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES HOW -you oo VOR HOT 1 SVT ALLEY OOP JUoc Makes 1. HAMLLN AK1CIEUT EGYPT, 51 B.C... ALLEY OOP HAS- DUCED HIS FR1EMDS TO CLEOPATRA, A PER- MV DEAR.THAT YOU CODLD IMDEED BE THE CLEOPATRA AMD AT THAT PERIOD OF YOUR LIFE TKAT RA9 A MYSTERY SONAGE REMARKABLE OkiLV TO OR. VCU TKiMSS THAT VET TO COME TO OH, DOCTOR, A LOVEUY LIKiE.

SO YOUMfe THE MILE THE 201b CENTURY MEMBER. OF THE PARTY 6IMCE MY HOVJ YOU'RE NOT WOULDKl'T CLEOPATRA, VJHO'iE KNOW ABOUT BUT SHE FAME GOME, THE FAME QUEEN RIMGINS 6ALLAMT SIRE, BUT WHAT IS IT THAT MY EXPLAINS FOR TWO THOLV5AMD AUD A SHE CAT TO I ij PRACTICALLY KUOVJM TO OF Trife PART OF CLEOPATRA'4 LIFE, B.C. BY KEA INC. REG. U.

WASH TUBES Down, but Not Out fjjASV L1FT6 THE By ROY CRANE COPn. IWOOVNCASERMCE IHC 7 REC FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Disturbing the Peace young, small, 2.50; old, 2.50. Pigeons: per dozen. 75c. Butter: whole milk extras, 92 score 29; standards 90 score first SS and S9 score seconds S4 and S7 score, per pound; country roll, 12c per pound.

Butterfut: Quote No. 1 at 2-lc and No. 2 at 22c per way, per and chi3d- singles at hen turkeys 20; young gincas, 2 Ibs. 0 ng horns at daisies at and up $5.00 under 2 Iba. $3.00 1(i prilUs 17 bl -ick Mo.

and pigeaus 65c old suiucas ucar by at Ic to per pound less. FRECKLES PVS- NEVER HAD SO MUCH FUN 'LIFE LARD RGURED THIS ALL OUT TO MAKE PEOPLE SORE AT ir WAS UP To BE A THEY A MINUTE: WASN'T SUPPOSED COLOSSAL. DISAPPOINTMENT FOR EVERYBODY By MERRILL BLOSSER BOY, WE SURE HAD TROUBLE FINDING THIS PLACE, TO WARN You THE COPS ARE ON THEIR WAV OUT FARMER SAID You NWER.E- MAX-. ING TOO MUCH GIVE YOU AM IDEA HOW MUCH NOISE YOU'RE.

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Years Available:
1923-1949