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Mexico Ledger from Mexico, Missouri · Page 10

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_ « "Give Me Five Minutes More" to Read the Ledger Want Ads Announcement— An economical, time saving gift suggestion—your portrait. Appointments day or evening. Leppard Studio. Phone 1041. 243-12c A. good photograph is the an- •wer to all gift problems. Make an appointment today at Toalson's Camera Shop. Phone 340. 247-6c A small deposit on any item in •ur store will hold it until Christmas. Come in today. Ostermeyer's. 243-6c Before you tiuy or trade visit our • u$ed car lot. Nice selection of models and makes. Prices and terms to satisfy. Roberson Motor Co., 524 S. Clark. Phone 20. 244-tfc Work Wanted • For Rent- Bring your sewing and crochet-1 DOWNSTAIRS sleeping ing to Mrs. Davis. Phon 2 704 M. • • " 1102 N. Clark. 247 Gp DRESSMAKING and designing. Phone 201SJ for appointments. 24S-12p Farm Needs— FARM T.OAXS of all kinds. Reasonable rates. Orma Mackey, lOla South Washington. 4S-Tues.tfc For Sale Baled lespedeza hay. Robert W. Smith, Benton City, Mexico. Phone 600S-J-1. 247-3h Complete line of Gibson and Hallmark Christmas cards. Also Christmas paper and ties. Mexico Book Store. 246-12c F*r. prompt, courteous, efficient taxi service, phone 313. 313 Company. 244-24c _ F»r the largest selection of fine watches, Elgins, Bulovas, Hamiltons, Gruens and Longines- Wittnauers. Select yours today •t PILCHER'S. 244-6c GIVE a watch from Golden's for Christmas. At a special price Bulpva, Elgin and many other nationally advertised watches. A small deposit will hold any watch. 233-tf'c "GCODNESS, gracious, Gladys! New rugs!" "No, I cleaned them with Fina Foam." Lawrence Drugs. 248-6c How are collections? Too much jnoney on the books? Our modem collection methods will help solve that problem. Phone 435. Guaranty Collection Service. 244-6c NEW Spinet pianos. Priced from $449.00. Sannebeck Music Co., Phone 1616. 232-26c Phone 1202 O. W. Hacker, Jr., Inc., Security Gas Inc., and order your bottle gas now. Complete line of gas appliances. ". 247-6c Phone 1350 for the best in prescription service. For night service -call 2176-R. The Prescription Shop. 244-tfc BEAR cat wagon hoist, S109.00. operated by hydraulic system of tractor. No hand pumping, Fast and Easy. Models in stock to fit Ford-Ferguson 1HE-H&M. — J. D.-A&B. Bushnell Tractor and Equipment Highway 22 Mexico. Mo. 24S-6c close in 502 E. Monroe. room. 248-3p Floor sander and edger rented. $5 per day. H. Richards & Sons. Phone 430. Tues-Thurs c SANDERS — edgers — vibrators. Gamble Paint and Glass Co., 108 W. Promenade. 238-20c Sleeping room. Modern home. 603 W. Monroe. Phone 1000-W. 217-2p TRAILER house, furnished. Phone 823-W. 62S E. Prom. 247-6p TWO large office rooms on first floor Continental Building. Phone 116. 248-2h j WE have room for a few more elderly boarders at 814 South Union" street. Phone 1019LM or 2193. 248-lh FULL line galvanized stock lanks. Pete Erdel and Sons. 24S-3c SEED corn, Funk's "G" Laura Wilmshorst, Rush Hill, Mo. 234-96p Wanting To Rent 500 TO 600 ft. of warehouse space. Write P. O. Box, 844 Jefferson City, Mo. 224-tf For Sale— Household Goods 175 White leghorn hens. 1 year old. Phone 6039-M-2. 247-3p Farm Equipment COMPLETE line fuel oil and Electric stock tank heaters. Pete Erdel and Sons. 248-3c 1949 Ford Tractor, S1095.00; 1941 Ford $745,00; F-14 Farmall Tractor plow and power lift cultivator, $595.00; Red River grain separator, S295.00; New Holland Side Rake like new, $350.00; 1948 Wood Bros, corn picker, $595.00; Tractor loader for H'or M Far- mall, $175.00; 30 ft. used grain i elevator $150.00; used power corn sheller like new, $125.00; we have new grain elevators in stock. Cuno Tractor Sales Montgomery City Mo. Phone 393 24S-lc Tile, floors — asphalt — inlay linoleum. Plastic or rubber. Let itt figure your job. Free estimate. Peck's. Phone 602. 244-6c THE home for Perfection fuel and oil heaters. Pete Erdel and «ong. 248-3c the ideal Christmas gift for all boys . . . model airplanes and motors. See at Mattinglv's fcTTTLE HOBBY Shop. 247-12c SHEET MUSIC we have it now! Put in by popular request. Peck's Paint and Record Store. 248-6c Shop now, avoid the'rush—$1.00 will hold any item until Christmas. PILCHER'S. 244-6c Surprise Dad! Clean his favorite chair with quick-acting odorless Fina Foam. Lawrence Drugs. 243-6c Tou can buy all types of Fidelity and Surety Bonds at Kemp- McMonigle Agency, 306 S. Jefferson. Phone 550. 245-6c • Auto Service- and Used Farm Machinery 1—Massey-Harris 7 ft. self-propelled combine. 1—12 A. J. D. P. T. O. Combine. 1—60 A. C. P. T. O. Allis Chalmers combine. 1—6 ft. Case P. T. O. combine. All in good condition. 1—Model E corn sheller-Minnea- polis-Moline. 1—1 row Great American corn picker Al-shape 1—New 1 row M-M corn husker. 1—good used 1 row self propelled Massey-Harris corn picker. 1—S. C. Case tractor, cult, and plow. 1—used Z tractor M-M and Cult. 1—used R-M-M-tractor and Cult. 1—1950 Model V. A. C. Case tractor, plow and cult, wagon jacks. New wagon and boxes. Columbian all steel grain bins, stock tanks, all metal stock feeders and waterers. 1—32 ft. Sam Mulkey elevator. It pays to buy the best so come out 'o see us. Hollingsworth Implement Co. Phone 975 Mexico, Mo. 248-3c Radiator Repairing — all work guaranteed by Herb Fisher. Many years experience. McKenzie Motors, 118 West Liberty. 244-tfc Wrecks repaired, car body, fend- der and painting work our specialty. McKenzie Motors, 118 W. Liberty. 244-tfc Business Services— Carpentering and painting. Hendren's. Phone 2175-W. 239-tfc Hearing aid batteries. Mail orders receive prompt attention. Badaracco's, 115 W. Monroe, Mexico, Mo. 244-tfc Window Shades, practically all Sizes, colors, qualities. Gamble Paint & Glass Company. 244-tfc Floors Floor sanding and refinishing, free estimates furnished: W. D. Carter. Phone 6033-R-4. _ ; - - • 244-tfc • Employment— 1948 row crop 88 Oliver tractor. 1947 Oliver 70 row crop tractor. 1944 Oliver 60 row crop tractor. 1948 Minneapolis-Moline Model R tractor. 1945 Woods Brs. 1 row pull type corn picker, first class shape. SCHULTZ IMPLEMENT CO. 1216 E. Liberty Phone 2124 243-6c Used Equipment for Sale 1950 Woods Bros, corn picker S750.00 1948 Woods Bros, corn picker, $650.00 1948 Ford Tractor Motor overhauled, $975.00. 1942 Masscy Harris 81 tractor and cultivator, $450.00. 1950 John Deere M and cult. $1100.00 Several good used pickup balers and combines at off season prices. Bushnell Tractor and Equipment, Hiway 22 Mexico. 24S-6c BLUE living room suite and small walnut buffet. 1922R. 1028 Ruth St. Phone 248-3p HEATING stoves, several extra good ones. Coal, fuel oil and wood. Call 698W or 211. 24S-3c 9 piece dining room set, 5 piece breakfast set. Phone 1379-M. 244-6p WINE divan and chair, rood condition, $50. 629 W. Maple. 248-3h Miscellaneous Livestock For Sale CASH for dead or disabled animals, . . . horses, mules and cattle if not skinned or decomposed. Phone Mexico 9698. Central Rendering Co. 248-tfc CHOICE shorthorn milk cow, 5 years old. calf at foot, born, Sept. 7, 3 ] 2 gallons milk a day when calf 1 month old that contains 4 2-10s butterfat. Also 3 good stock cows, 2, 4 and 5 year old. All have calves at fool'thai weigh 430, 230, 210, 200. Cattle quarter mile west Mexico Ceme- tery'on old Columbia road. D C. Owen, 413 S. Jefferson, Mexico. 248-d2wlp Help Wanted WHITE • Cook and downstairs work, 3 adults, good home, good wages, '-Scholz. 20 Southmoor, St. Louis, Missouri. 248-lp Female Help Wanted NIGHT waitress. Jefferson Hotel. 248-4c Salesmen Wanted WANTED AT ONCE —Industrious man with car to supply 1500 families with Rawleigh Products in Bowling Green, Louisiana. and Vandalia or Rails County. This is near where I have been selling 16 years. I'll help you rrct started. Write Rawleigh's D-pt. MOK-412-FJL, Freeport, . 7 11. 24S-lp 28 head of White Faced Northern sheep. 3 and 4 years' old. Would trade for cows and calves. L. E. Rawlings, Route 4. Centralia. 243-6p Extra nice Duroc boars, registered. Double treated. Clayton Brown. Phone 6103-M-4. 244-Gp Registered Hampshire Boars and gilts; eight yearling feeders and good lespedeza hay. Malcolm M. Coose, Vandalia, Mo. Phone 4327. 246-3h Wanted Tho Ledger carries no ques- Jic-::;b!e advertising;. That is an- othrr reason Ledger ads pay— our readers have confidence in cur columns. See us for rock phosphate, delivered and spread the way you want it. Ample supply. Lewis DeHart, Phone 97 or 1747-J. 244-tfc For Rent— A Vacuum or washer from Koen's by the day will pay. _ Phone 2122, . ......."„_ 244-ife APPLES in parking lot Saturdays and Thursdays. Also at orchard. Hayes Orchard, Wellsville, Mo. 235-24p Cocker puppies. 414 N. Craig. Phone 1335-J. 243-6p Merchant Specials Make .this a STERLING Christmas, give her sterling silver from PILCHER'S. 244-6c MATCHES, three sizes, all colors. Monogrammed and packaged distinctively, they are wonderful gifts. We do the work. The Fish Bowl, 902 E. Jackson. Alice Fish. 'Phone 1237. 248-6p Venetian blinds made to order. Guaranteed by Good Housekeeping. Aluminum and Steel. Phone 458 for estimate. Davis Paint. 244-tfc | I Wanted MILK bottles —Phone 30—we pick up or bring them in. Audrain County Dairy. 248-tfc £ Watch Repair Greetings Fine watch repairing. Three day service. Genuine repair parts used. All work guaranteed. Reasonable prices. See us for prompt, courteous, efficient service. Ostermeyer Jewelry 200 S. Jefferson. " 243-6c Notice- Attention A. F. & A. M.—Stated communication Hebron Lodge No. 354 A. F. & A. M.. Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1951. Regular business. C. E. Lindsay, W.M.; B. C. Denton, Secy. 246-3p DELTAH pearls, billfolds, Westlock earrings, Ronson lighters, Zippo lighters and many other gifts for Christmas. A small de posit will hold any article. Golden's, 203 West Promenade. 233-tfc Local and long distance moving to and from everywhere. We also haul water. O'Brien Transfer Co., Phone 48. 244rtfc Duplicate of your house or car keys. Made while you wait. Reasonable prices. Lock combinations changed if you lose your keys. House cylinders set up so 1 key will operate them. Kehl's Office Supply. Phone 40. 247-'3c For rats and mice, Warfarin ready to use and concentrated. Gilman Chemical Co. 244-tfc It's the store behind the diamond that counts, select her Christmas diamond at PILCHER'S. 244-6c DIME and dance tavern in choice location on highway money maker-reasonable quick possession. F. Edwin Pollard, Phone 786. 24S-3p 1951 Ford Deluxe. See at trailer house after 4:00 p. m. 413 S. Jefferson Street. 24S-3p Four tables and sixteen chairs. Suitable for home or cafe. Call 2163-LJ. 244-6p GIRLS bicycle. Cheap. 620 Yale. 248-6p HOME made fruit cakes, and candy, also crocheting. Please give "us your Christmas orders. Julia & Margie Pulis, Phone 1439W. 248-lp Join PILCHER'S Silver Club, for only 75c a week you can own your sterling. PILCHER'S. 244-6c Topcoat, with zipper interlining, in good condition, size 36. See at 114 E. Meyer after 5 p. m. 244-61 TWO (2) Brand new M-W 7.00-15, 8 ply. Super Power Grip Heavy Service Truck Tires. These tires have never been on a wheel. HUGHES & LONG EQUIPMENT CO., 1103 Hiway 15, Mexico, Mo. 247-3c Young baking chickens. Will deliver. Phone 6133-W-l. 245-6p Lost and Found— LOST: Electric Iron. Between D. C. Matthews and Mrs. C. T. Matthews farms. • 248-2p Lost — Man's billfold. Containing money and valuable papers. Reward. Return to Willard Ludden, 628 E. Prom. 247-2p Hunters Attention YOUR attention is called to the fact thai there will be no hunting or trespassing allowed on the following farms and estates under penalty or prosecution. "Posted. No Hunting" signs now on sale at the Ledger office, 25 cents each. D. M. DILTS C. HAROLD HENDERSON FRED H. ALBERS MERRITT A. CLARK HARRY PILTOSKI RAY MARTIN JOE.C. DAVIDSON C. M. BRADFORD A. L. BRADFORD JUDGE J. A. EDWARDS L. K. SHEPHERD MARGARET CUNNINGHAM JESSE MARTIN MINNIE & PRESLEY WALKER BILL CUNNINGHAM C. K. DOWELL ERNEST SMITH EWELL V. MARTIN & SON E. G. MICHAELSON & SON ELMER DICUS MARSHALL & ACKLEY FARM 217-tfr Merchant Specials FINE diamond engagement and wedding rings. Moderately priced. Golden's. 203 West Promenade. 233-tfc SO Gallon heated hog waterers. 4 and 6 foot galvanized hog feeders. Pete Erdel and Sons. 24S-3c LADIES cotton wash dresses. Sizes 14 to 4-1. SI .88. Scott's. 248-3c LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! For only Sl-50 Moore's Grocery will mail three rolls of Meng cheese any place in the U. S. as a gift from you. Solve your Christ inns problems . . . send Meng cheese. Phone 130. ."__ 245-8C None better, nuff said, for the best in cleaning it's Walker Cleaners, 116 East Liberty Phone 22S8. 246-tfc SPECIAL convocation Mexico Chapter No. 27 R. A. M. Friday, November 23, 1951 at 7:00 p. m. Work in Royal Arch Degree. Refreshments. J. W. Maddox H P. B. C. Denton, Secy. 248-3p The telephone number of the taxi operated from the Jefferson Hotel is 313. Lawrence "Red" Elsberry. 244-24c TRY that good coal Lue's. Call 2382-W. of Jesse 228-24p YOU can buy 2, 3 and 4 bedroom National Homes with or without basement. We have many plans available. We arrange the loan. See us now for details so you can start in the spring. Gallaher & Kent, 112. East Liberty. Phone 480. 248-tfc You can insure your antiques against breakage at Kemp- McMonigle Agency, 306 S. Jefferson. Phone 550. 245-6c • Public Sale Dates— Auction Furniture, Antiques and miscellaneous items. Beginning Friday night, Nov. 23rd, at 7:30 p. m. Auction every Friday night thereafter — Rain or Shine—inside new building. Consignments of all kinds solicited. Call G9S-W. To sell or consign your items. Call 69S-W. Raymond Lees. auctioneer. Auction room, 1415 S. Morris (S.E. corner Fairgrounds). Plenty of free parking space. 243-9c Real Estate for Sale 120 acres, 10 miles of Mexico. 72 acres, 3 miles of Mexico 160 acres. 5Vi miles of Mexico. Several other bargains in farms. Some swell homes in Mexico W. H. HOLLINGSWORTH Broker 104 E. Promenade 243-Gp FOUR room house in Mexico Phone 6009W3 or 319. 248-3p Four rooms and bath. Full basement, completely modern Phone 1430-J after 4:00 p. m. 244-6p If you would buy a good, well- btiill almost new propertv for 88,500.00. renting for $1.200 00. paying 147,. Phone l.^ or . 2 029-W. 247.3p rn Call C0al Of Jesse Lue ' s - 228-24p SEVEN room home or duplex in nice town near "Mexico', electricity. gas. sewer in street,. lot 130 x 240. choice location ' F Edwin Pollard. Phone 786. _ 24S-3p Used Cars for Sale 19oO Plymouth 4 door. Special deluxe, loaded with extras 1941 Ford 4 door, super deluxe, clean E. L. Levings, Phone . 1942M 318 W. Jackson. 24S- 9 p New 1952 Studebaker Vs ton pick up. 1948 Two door Champion Studebaker. 1948 Nash Ambassador 1950 Champion Studebaker 1947 Nash. Several cheaper cars AUDRAIN MOTOR SALES 111 IS. Cole Phone 633 243-6c Wanted HOME organ, must be good condition. Phone 285-W. _24S-3p Used lumber. Phone 2175-W 245-Ss YES. it is Golden's for the best in watch and clock repairing. 15 years of experience, 203 West Promenade. 233-tfc The Ledger covers the Little Dixie news like the dew. JOHNS-MANVILLE Blown Insulation. Also White Asbestos Siding. For Estimate Without Obligation—Call 333 or Write 107 West Monroe. 12-30 Months to Pay. Birthday cake and candles tomorrow to Donald Squires, Susan Jungle, Mrs. E. M. Penick and Elmer Dicus. Mrs. Cecil M. Harden was born November 21. 1894 in Covington, Ind. First woman Republican representative from Indiana, she was elected to Congress in November 1948, and was a featured speaker at the dinner of the Republican National Committee in Omaha in Januarv 1949. Mrs. Harden began her political career in 1934 as a precinct vice committeeworrien in her home town. She is a grandmother and active clubwoman. Mexico (Mo.) Evening Ledger Page 10-Tues., Nov. 20, 1951 Screen Star Answer to Previous Puzzle Just for Fun We Pay CASH Dead or Disbled Horses and cows Hogs and Sheep Removed Free For Prompt, Sanitary Removal Service Call Mexico, No. 9676 FARMERS RENDERING CO. In the course of a hot-tempered telephone conversation with a high-powered executive, a harried junior executive was moved to remark, "Take it easy, will you? If you're not careful you will get ulcers." To which the executive snarled back: "I don't get ulcers. I give them." LET UP PORCELAINIZE YOUR CAR For Longer-Lasting Beauty That SAVES YOU MONEY Roberson Motor Co. Phone 20 524 S. 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