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12 THS REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952 CLASSIFIED PAiiE Classified ads Must be in by 12:00 o'clock noon to Guarantee Publication the Same Day — Saturday up to 11:00 a. m. WANTED "HELP WANTJD WANTED—Woman for general houMWork. 2 or 3 days a ™eek. Apply at 816 No WANTED—Experienced day waltre««. Apply in person. Blue Gooee Cafe. 8-18 MAN National Sales Finance Company needa a*:- grcssive young man between 24 and 30. CoUcre education preferred. Rapid advancement available for man who can develop qiiicltly into position of responsibility. Company furnishes car and ' has vacation, bonus, croup life ihsurance plan. Phone 007. Universal C.l.T, Credit Corp.. lgt% So. lOtli, Mt. Vernon, 111. 8-20 HELP WANTED—E.^erienced wool presg- er. Apply East Side Cleaners. Phoae 3111 8-15 WANTED—Experienced waitress. Apply in person. Parltmore Grill. 8-16 BODY MAN wanted, setady worlt year round. Startins wapes $75 per week. Sommers Body Shop. 1007 Lamar. If WANTED— a young men 18 to 26. free to travel for national concern. Above average earning, transportation furnished. No fancy clothes needed. See Martin Zan- hergin, Friday, AugTist 16 only. Colonial Hotel. • , i 8 -1 s FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment, 4 FOR SALE—Black and tan female coon large rooms, bath, hot water. Some utill-• " " ' " — ' T. ties paid. $30 par month. Call SSl-W. 8-16 rOB S5M3^e-room apartment nodera except beat C&U I2«9 after 0 (>di tf FOB RENT—3-room unfurnished apart' ment, front and rear entrance. Neai Wesley Church. Phone 4538. Mrs. Pearl Hutchinson. . tf FOR RENT—3-room modern unfurnished apartment, utilities paid, private bath stoker beat, on ground floor. Newly dec orated, on bus stop. Paul Nelson, 301 So 32nd. Phone 3633-W. 8-16 FOR RENT — Modern furnished 2-room apartment. Water amd steam heat furnished. Phone 2114. 8-18 FOR RENT—Modern three room unfurn ished apartment, downstairs. Modern heat, close in. 82] North St. For informa tion call N. Cohen, 1099 after 6 p.m. 3303 U 3-ROOM unfurnished apartment. Hardwood floors, automatic heat. One block from Square Phone 4380. 8-16 WANTED—SALES CLERK AND TrplST IN RETAIL STORE. WRrTE BOX-A.B.- o/o REGISTER-NEWS. STATE AGE, BEFERENcIs AND EXPERIENCE. AND WAGES IJESIRED. 8-l» EODTE SALESMAN—Experienced, aggrea- sive'and reliable. To sell well estabUshed food items to grocery stores and roarksts, Mt Vernon and vicinity. White Box K. P. c/o Register-News. _ 8-18 NEON TUBE BENDERS FOR PRODUCTION WORK. EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS, AIR COOLED NEON DEPT. JOURNEYMAN SCALE. ONION SHOP WIRE. WRITE OR CALL THE COUNTRY MAN CO., INC 36TH & SODTHERN. COVINGTON. KY, g .l5 WANTED WOOL PRESSER Apply in Person KERLEY CLEANING «i DTEING CO. 909 S. 10th WANTE1>—Truck irivers. See Bud Lashbrook. 1600 Broadway ^ ti SALESMEN W4.NTED—One salesman to travel Con- ^•gfessiinlrmstricls 22. 23. 24 and 26. • eelUng intangible to members of clergy. High minimum income daily. Apply Mr. EE. Ballard, 53 W. Jackon Blvd., Chicago lu. !i? ' AAISCELLANEOUS WANTED—To room and board Old Age .Pensioners. 3 blocks from Square. 1007 . Vaught. 8-^^ FOR TIN C.\N and rubbish removal: also light hauhfig reasonable. Phone 3917-Wl or 3.372^ "-J-S TRUCKING—Coal and stock hauUng. For your winter supply" of coal—Call J. D. Smith. Phone' 3927-W2. Mt. Vernon. Ill 8-18 TIN CAN and rutbish' hauling. Phone 3179-J, Phone 9-11 FOR EXPERT laundry work, blankets, pillows, dyeing bedspreads, rugs, drapes. Sweet corn for sale. Cleo's Laundry. 910 Park Ave.. Phone 3096. 8-18 GUTTER WORK, free estimate. Repair work, also chimney flashing for leaks. Vera Egbert. Phone 4480. . 8-18 PAINTING—Inside and outside. Do good work, reasonable. Phone 2889-W., Erva Boswell. 8-16 WANTED • Maintenance Foreman • Production Control Supervisor • Process Engineer • Chemist If qualified, please apply to: HOOSIER CARDINAL CORPORATION p. O. Box 150. Marion, HI. Phone OrdiU 216 FOR RENT—Modern 4 room apartment, • unfurnished: large living room, outside entrance Automatic heat and water furnished, newly decorated, Adulte. 3234 Casey, phone 2554-J. 8-18 FOR RENT—4-room unfurnished apart ment. Private bath, garage, close in. Call 556-J. tf WANTED—^Teamjjffork, yard grading, weed mowing, trash hauling, truck service. Otta Jones. Phone 3788-W. 8-20 LAWN MOWER grinding, repairing. KEYS made, locks repaired. A, S. Hodga, 811 So. 18th Street 8-19 FOB UPHOLSTERING and furniture repairing, call 658-W More for less. J. L. Winfree, 629 So. 18th St. 8-18 WANTED—Paper hanging, plaster patching. <;arpenter repairing Other miscellaneous nome repairing. Fhons 3480-W. 8-15 DEAD STOCK WANTED—Phone collect, Harry Smith. Keenes. III. 55 Woodlawn. Dale Eates, 331 Mt. Vernon. tf \^NTED~Tb BUY WANT TO BUY—Good Dairy Cows, fresh or Springers. Will buy feeder shoats. J. V. Anderson. 2008 Perkins. Phone 1353-W. 8-28 WANTED FOR CASH—5 or 6 room modern house in or nenr city. Give location and best price in first letter. Box 373 c/o Register-News. tf , WANTED—^Feeder pigs.. Highest prices paid; Write me a card, L will call. Warren Zelhart, Bonnie, Ul. 8-16 WANTEI^—Good wheat, suitable for seed. Also baled hay Farmers Produce. Phone 235, 1010 Broadway. 8-18 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—50-to 100 acres of good ground for, wheal. Lelun Carr. Phone 3857-Jl. 8-21 FOR RENT APARTMENTS MODERN ,3-room apartment, unfurnished, stoker, automatic hot water. Fine north side location. Phone 1388-J or 2330. 8-16 WANTED—10 people ' to dedicate their lives to God to do, Perecjial Work, Special Singing, and Preaching. Non-denominational work. Write - Box 200 c/o Register-News, 8-l» FOR RENT—3-room furnished apartment. 212 So. 181h. 8 -lB FOR RENT—2.room lurniahed apartment. ' Ptivnte entrance, off bus line. 1206 So. •JSth. s-ia FOR RENT—3 furnished modern rooms, uUJlUes paJd. Phon^ 3125. 8-18 11^,: FQR ;REr5lT , •- Modern 8 room tiipt., nnfur- ntshed, stoker, automatic hot w»t«r. Fine i^orth Bf(3e location. Phone 1386.J 2330 LARGE and small. All modern. Furnished. Private baths. Frigidaires. Fan-cooling system. Ill North 15th. 1177. 8-16 FOR RENT— i room unfurnished apart ment. Semi-modern, newly decorated, on bus line. 2 blocks from High School 6 blocks from Sauare. Phone 3209-J. tf FOR RENT— a -room apartment, unfurn ished, private bath. Front and back en trance. 2 children allowed. Utilities unpaid Phone 1641-J. $36.00 month. - 9-11 3 ROOM furnished or unfurnished apartment. Newly decorated, plaster walls, stoker beat, registers in every room. 1106^ South" 10th. Phone 2464-J or 4543-W. tf FOR RENT—Modern furnished apartment. Private bath and entrance. West Broadway. $50 Call SoO-J. > tf FOB RENT—2-room furnished apartment at 314 So. 11th Otilitlei paid. Adults only Phone 548 or 1681 ., tf MODERN 4-room apartment unfurnished. Newly decorated. 2 bedrooms. Heat furn ished. close in Adults. 966-J. tf FOR RENT—An all modero 3-room and bath apartment, newly decorated, hard wood floors. Venetian blinds, bulltbj cab inets Large window fan Automatic hot water, electric «tov« and refrigerator furnished. This Is one of the better apartments In antapartment bulldlnc. For ap- pointement P^ne 1873-J tf FOB RENT—Modem 4-room apartment, onfumisbed Call 2994-J. tf FOB BENT—* room an4 6 room nnfnm ished apartm«ts 801 So 10th.' adults. Phnoe 1269 evenin** U FOB RENT—ParUally furnished apartment. 13th and Haio Call Harold Wat•on. 884 U HOUSES NEW 2-room modern house, nicely furnished^ Suitable for couple, on bus stop. Phone 3774-J after 6 p.m. S-16 FOR RENT — 3-room furnished house. Lights and water paid, $6 per week. 1307 So. 18th. 8-16 FOR RENT—Beautiful new modem 3-room house, suitable for couple. 1112 So. 23rd. 8-18 FOR BENT—3-room furnished cottage, lights and water furnished, full bath. Adults. 240S Cherry. S-18 FOR RENT—2-room furnished cottage, modern except heat, Venetian blinds, hot water, oil heat. 12th St. near Wesley Church. Phone 4638. Mrs. Pearl Hutchinson. ' . tf FOR RENT MODERN 5 BOOM DUPLEX Close in. Newly decprated, automatic oil heat, garage. PHONE 735 or SEE TROY HAWKINS ROOMS NICE desirable, large, modern sleeping rooms, double or single. Phone 4018. 425 No, 8th. tf NICE LARGE, CLEAN sleeping room. Private bath and entrance. Can convert to housekeeping room for teachers or employed ladies. Close in. Phone 2344. tf FOR RENT—Sleeping room, 1% blocks north of Square. Ladiea. Phone 2398-J. tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—^Two office rooms at 814 Main. Sea Geo. Carr at Carr's Service Gkrage. 8-18 dog, 3 nionlhs oM. Bight to train. Jim Woodland. Hoits nddUion. 8-16 FRYERS—2>i to 3 lb., $1.00 each ori foot Will deliver. Call 1110-J. 8-16 FOR SALE—Filtered drinking water, 1150 gallon tank. Phono 3S10-J4. Wilbur Jones, Bt. 3. 9-13 FOR SALE—Coal, all grades. Cinders, mine shale, sand, gravel. Contract driveway and road building. Call 4014-J. Vance Skinner. 9-13 FOR SALE OR TRADE—O.H.V. 1840 Harley Davidson Motorcycle. Low mileagre A-1 condition. Phone 3912-Wl. 8-16 FOR** SALE—300 bales of lespedeza hay .$1.00 per bale Henry C, Sanderson. 8 miles north of Keenes. 111. 8-19 WATERLESS cookware, watches, irona, toasters and other appliances. Reduced prices. Phone 3T78-J. 8-16 BOYS ANKLETS 5 PR. $1.00. School Shoes and Clothing at lowest prices in town Also Shoes and Clothing for the family Lustlgs. 707 So. lOth St. S-18 FOR SALE—Beltone hearing aid: tike new. Price S76. Oscar Williams, route 4. Phone 3851-W2. 8-16 ANTS and other pests disappear after one application of Roach Films. Contains chlordane. Douglas Drug. 8-16 So bright, shiny and easy to clean Glaxo plastic type linoleum finish, ends waxing. Douglas Drugs. 8-16 IT'S here to stay, get some today. Fina Foam for cleaning rugs and upholstry. Benoist Bros. 8-16 TROPICAL FISH and aduarinm supplies I Visit our showroom "On The Square." Mary Jane Studio 806 .Main 9-4 BE SURE to attend our Annual Harvest Sale House and barn paint Special Reduced Prices, tor a Umited time only Welgo Paint i Wallpaper Store. North Side Square. Phone 36 8-18 TOR SALE—CotnpleU rMtonrant OztarM Phone 466 M dPHOLSTERING and Slipcovers Also custom made furniture Free eetimstes Free pick up and dftjiverj within 70 mils rsdius Office hours 8-.00 a m.—6:00 p m Monday through Friday Saturday 8:00 a m.— 12:30 p. m "SatisfnctioD Guaranteed." Artistic Dpholstering. 1701 So lOth Phone 1702. tt FOB SALE—Tired of tronln» with yonr heav7 weight Iron 7 rrade it IB today on a new Steam Featherweight Iron at Fsath erston's Uost all brands oo display tf FOB SALE—100 lb white flour bacA tOc each Bawkist Baket» tt AUTOMOTIVES 1948 PLYMOUTH 2-door. Heater. Write Box 391. Broadway Cafe. Wayne City, 111. • 8-16 FOR SALE — Exceptionally clian 1950 Chevrolet 4-door: 1941 Chevrolet 4-door; 1040 Olds 2-door: 1038 Chevrolet 2-door: llViO Ford Tudor. Moore Motors. Walton- viUe Road. Phone 2B53-W. 8-16 FOR SALE—'35 Ford Coupe with '39 motor. Good tires and good condition, Phone 3i»30-VV3. 8-16 FOR SALE—1052 Ford. 2-door Deluxe, fully equipped, 52250.00. No trade. Roy Clemens. Phone 3038-Jl. 8-19 FOB SALE OR TRADE 1931 Model A, Good condition. 1200 So. 23rd. Phone 2904-J. 8-16 FOB SALE—1840 Plymouth -t-door sedan. Radio, heater, 4 new tires, new motor. Body first class condition. Robert Teal, 1004 Welkin. 8-15 FOR S.ALE OB TRADE—'48 Pontiac Station Wagon, fully equipped, good condition. Call 4131-J. . 8-15 CLEAN USED ears boufltt and told. Trade, Terms Moore Uotof*. WaltoorlUs ftoad at 12Ui Ph 2853 -W tt STARTED CHICKS—New Hampshire and While Bocks at reduced prices. Hlnrieh Hatchery. Phone SU4J. tf BAB7 CHICKS—Poultry SnppUes. Wayns Feeds. Salsburr't and Lederle Medicines Do not oeglect those Growlnc PuUets, Mt Vernon Hatchery 1010 Casey Are Phone 101 tf POOLTBT serrics work Traiosd teatmldao 20 years crperlence Feeding and man •remeat problem* solved CuUiat. testing, worming Complete service Joe L. Sutton. Phone 2806. Offlo* Salem Boad. Mt Vernon, m 8 -18 FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE—6 cylinder Ford Tractor; P-20 Tractor and Cultivator: Mounted Mowrr for F-20 or 30; John Deere trail type mow er: Side delivery rake: A.-C. Combine. Several corn pickers, one mounted for F-20 or 30; 7 and 8 ft. discs: 3—14 in. plow Mitchell Hopkins. Belle Rive. 8-19 New and used Allis-Chalmers all-crop har vestcrs; used Case, Massey Harris, and MAM Combines priced right. New Allis Chalmers and New Idea one row corn pick ers. 1951 VAC Case and Cultivator, price $1250.00: J D "B" and Cultivator $500.00 good tires, motor, and paint, Ben Kull Imp. Co. Shelbyville, Illinois. 8-28 FOR SALE—Machinery, new and Used Massey-Harris Clipper Combines, 6 P.T.O. Lelan Carr, WaltonvtUe Road. 0-15 FOR SALE—New and used AUls-Chalmers Combines, including 1 with motor, one 40 inch; New Idea corn pickers PcrtlliiiT grain drills; New and used plows, discs, mowers, and side rakes; 2 AUU-Chalmers W-C tractors. See our full line of farm machinery before you buy. South Side Implement, The Will Brown Farm, south edge of Marissa, Illinois. 8-18 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES PEACHES at Hale Orchards, 2 miles north Dix on Route 37. and 1 mile east, be- Inhlng KMf. 16 to Aug. 33. 8-21 ELBERTA peaches. Bring containers. Also watermelons, cantaloupes, prices rca sonable. 1511 So. 10th. Across street iron- Fair Store. • PEACHES FOR SALE—Phone 3911-W2 for information. 8-1S TREE RIPENED peaches now ready. You mar ptek the best in my orchard, $2.00 bushel, or at shed at market price. Geo. A. Thompson. 1 mile north of Richview. U. S. Route 51. 8-21 PEACHES—Mid-summer varieties, best lor freeiing. fresh desserts and canning. Tree ripened, sure to please in siie and quality, flavor and price. Your best always, remember "the place, follow sigms to Newton's Orchard. State Route 37, betwc Marion and Johnson City. t( FOR SALE—^Elberta peaches. Pick them yourself Bring containers. Will be readv by Monday. H. A. Whltlock. Phone Dix 8-18 PEACHES—Extra nice, by bushel or truck load, IVi miles south of Cravat. C. A. Witzel Orchard. 8-20 atBERTA peaches. Pick your own. IVa toiles south of Cravat. Bring containers. Bert Stonedpber, 8-18 TREE RIPENED Canadian Queen peaches. Pick them yourself. $2.00 per bushel Frank Fairchild, known as Daniel Aldag Orchard, I mile northwest of Irvington. 8-15 PEACHES—All grades, Aug, 16 to S5th at R. A. Willoughby peach shed, 6 milei east of Irvington and one mile southeast of Cravat on gravel road. 8-87 PEACHES—Startini Thursday, Aug. 14 Good quality Elberta peaches, all grades by bushel or truck load. Short crop. One mile west of Waltonvllle on oil road. S. E Boles. tf FOR SALE—Golden Bantam sweet corn at SaTTj Shewmake garden, 910 Park Ave. Phone 3096. 8-19 CANNING. PEACHES—Belle Of Georgia and Elberta. Bring container. Wllker- sons, 1506 south 10th. 8-15 LIVESTOCK GUERNSEY cow, fresh in November. stilJ giving milk. Hampshire sow and nine pigs. Phone 3631. 8-16 FOB SALE—Spotted Shetland ponies, 1-6! Saddle mare, 13 hands. Will trade Guernsey cows for whiteface heifers. Donald Winkler, Dahigren. III. 8-16 COAL FOR SALE—Coal. Stoker. Egg, Lump. Ray Wiehn. Phone S819-J. 8-19 CHICKS 100 YOUNG laying pullets. New Hampshire Reds, SI .25 each. Jess Skinner. South Bethel School. Phone 4014-W. 8-16 FOR SALE — Two registered yearling Guernsey bulls, or will trade for old bull. Jin Gibson, Bloford. 8-18 FOR SALE—3 feeder shoats. 100 lbs. each. James Cralley, north end of No, 11th. Phone 4431-W. 8-15 FOR SALE-^3 year old Guernsey cow. Raymond Lane, Biuford, m., Rt. 2. 8-15 FOB SALE—4 head registered yearling Oxford Rams. North of bus station. Be at home until 7:30 ajn. Fred Tucker. Ashley, 111., a. a.' 2. . 8-23 FOB SALE—Bay team, one of team nice p.iddle mare. Bemle Spurlock, Una, 111. Rt. 1. g-lB .MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BARGAINS tn anything Hasleal Fenlon's .Muslo Service 300 So 4th Phons 1663 8-13 MOVING WALTER H0QHK8—Local and state-wtds movini experienced and equipped 114 No. 6th Street—Phone 8689. S-lfl PETS PUPPIES — Scottles, Bostons. Cockers, Dachshund, Pekingese. Welsh Terriers, Collies, Fox Terriers, and Toy Manchesters. George Schafale. 712 E. Main, Marlon. 111. Phone 646-W. 8-16 MOST BB SOLD— 7 ropm all modern home with garage attached. • Newly remodeled, new oil furnace and plumbing; with 3 plus acres and 200-foot frontage on Salem Boad. First house south of Pleasant GroTs school. Shown by appointment. NeU a. Thompson, phone 2525 or 1401, 8-16 FOB SALE—^Kerbcr's Hilltop, 3 bedroom modern home, 1 V4 baths. Modern kitchen hardwood floors. Newly decorated throughout completely insulated, basement, furnace heal, stoker: 3-c«r garage. 2 acres, heavily #t'ooded. North Salem Road, Phone Dix. H. Kerber. 8-17 FOR SALE—Thoroughbred collies, 10 weeks old; $26. Phone 3802-W3. 8-16 DOGS BOABDEI)—tool Indlrldual pens. Mae Callander Phone S09-J tt DOGS BOARDED — Groomed, sheared and bathed Will call for and deliver Happy's Pet Shop No aeth and aichview road. Phone 4S8S. If STOVES FOR SALE—Used Roper Cook Stove, reasonable. 2406 Casey. Phone 2366-J. 8-16 KING CITY CAS AND APPLIANCE PKOPANE— CoBiplets BolUed Ga* Servtee tor Homss Beyond the Oa* Maiaa alss aa thorised Maytag Dealer Truck delivery Nsw locaUoD 131 Ne 9th St Ph 84S0 tf FOR BOTTLEB CAS. store tnetallatlone Phene «134, R Klnmao. Benton Road, Mt Vernoa. 01 Dealer (or PUR GAS, M , RADIO & RADIO 'SERVICE RADIO SCRVICt - CAUL 3« - FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY Ws repair anri correct sny radie failure In accerdsncs with medcrn eniinserini principles, The result U s luarenteed satisfactery feb Art Ftatherstun . 1112 Kreedway. Tubes tested free of shane^ «f ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES USED RADIO — A few very good ssnsole madslt snd tabis msdcls. Priced tor euick (Sis Featherslun's 1113 Bresdway. tf REFBlQERATlOIt SEaVICF on aU makes refrigerators and air condition equipment Fred Skaggs Phone 1487 tf VACUUM CLEANERS are out only bust ness New snd used Parts, service any make W» rent cleaners Phons 1812. City Ball Bldf 0 a Buford tf WRINGER ROLLS for any washer BHni in aU rollt for wringsr. Featherslun's Rsdio Sales. 1)12 Broadway Pree biskup and dalWsry Phone 322. H GOOD USED appUancei Befrigerators. Gas Stoves, Electric Stoves. Kerosene Stoves. Radios Television Sets From 86.00 Buy oD Eaey Terms Goodyear Serrlee Store. Phones 1101 or 1003 tf WELDING ACETYLENE and Electric Welding Boiler Repairs, Fuel Tanks. Ornamental Fences. Clark's Welding Service. Phone 3283, 1106 So. 10th street. 8-0 REAL ESTATE HOUSES SMALL HOME, modern except heat. Venetian blinds, built-in cabinets. Small down payment. Would trade. Benton Gregory. 1205 So. 26th. 8-10 FOR SALE—Equity in three room house. enclosed back porch, built-in cabinets. Newl.v decorated and painted, good well. 2 miles out on Benton road. Paul Quinn. Route 1, Mt Vernon. 111. 8-15 FOR SALE BY OWNER—5-room house, Hoits .iddition 2 lots, corner lot, 3 blocks off hard road. All weather road. Immediate possession. Marion Harrison. 8-16 THE A. J. CHAMBERS home in Dahlgren, New brick five room efficiency, built-in cabinets, full' basement on one acre of ground. Phone 1187-WX. ~ 8-10 PRACTICALLY new four room house, tile kitchen, steel cabinets. Water in house, new garage, wash house. 3 lots in Dahlgren. 1187-WX. 8-16 FOR SALE—A good lot in old Shawneetown across the street from the Catholic Church, with an 8 room house and garage, all In good eondlllon. Write Elila N. Fields, 304 East St., McLeansboro, 111. 8-16 BARGAIN for quick sale. See out of town owner on premises at 1301 So. 27th St., Aug. 16-17lh 6-room efficiency home, 2 corner lots, near City Park. Unusual opportunity. 8-16 FOR SALE—Six room house In vicinity of Lincoln School Please write Grace L. Reeder. 6131 No. Talman, Chicago 46, nUnoU 8-20 NEW AND USED ALL .MODERN HOUSE TRAILERS FOR SALE. CENTRAL PONTIAC CO.. 331 W BROADWAY. CENTRALIA. ILL. tf FOR SALE~-ModerD home, 7 lots. West 1881 Do not caU after 6:80 p m 8-ld MARKETS By Asseslated Pres* . 5^ FARMS FOR SAL^ FOR SALE—40 acres, 5 room house. Basement, piped furnace. Hot and cold water, built-in cabinets. Other outbuildings. Vi mile from producing oil wells. Part of tnineral. All weather road. Close to city. $6,000.00 cash or terms. Write Box 47 c/o Register-News. Private owner, 8-19 FOR SALE—40 acres, good 4-room house. good outbuildings: 8 acres timber, partly limed. Benny. Loyd, 6 miles north, 2 niiles west, mile south, Keenes. 8-16 OFFICE EQUIPMENT WHEN YOU NEED Adding Machines. Calculators, Ditto Duplicators, Office Furniture, Filing Cabinets or any Office Equipment, .Machines or Office Supplies— Call VERL SKINNER 4681, 805 Broadway. Q.IS SHAW WALKEB desks, files snd fireproof fiUng cabinets displayed at our ware- bouse showroom See them, feej them and get delivery now from Southern Illinois' largest office supply dealer Call 860. Littles Office Supplies. tf BETTER BE Mosler Safe than Sorry I See the Mosler 4-hour and 3-hour safes on display at oni warehouse Your local dealer knows your problems best CaU 369 Littles Office Supplies tf FRIDEN Calculators now oo sale at Littles Office Supplies Call 369 for sales and service Corns In and see rriden the think tng machine of American business. South ern Ulluois' largest suppl; and furniture dealer UtUee Office Stipplles U DO YOU NEED adding machines Calcnla tors, Duplicatora Office r 'umiture. Fil tng Cabinets, or any office equipment, machines or office supplies? Call your local dealer UtUea Office Supplies. 368 tf YES. you're only a matter of feet from your nearest office supply store—Pick UP your phone for anything you need—Call 369. Southern LUlnoJs' largest office supply dealer, and we'll deliver NOW ! Uttles Office Suppliea. Hotel Emmertoa Bldg tf MISCELLANEOUS BAKE SALE—Saturday, Aug. 16th at Cooks Paint Store. Sponsored by P.T.A. of Bethel School. Proceeds to buy equipment for Boy Scout Units. 8-16 FOR POST HOLE digglng.Phone 3867-Jl Lelan Carr Waltopvilla Road. 9-6 DR. JOHS *» WILLIAMS. Optometrist lis North 10th St.. Mt Vernon. Ul 1-10-63 NEW HEARING Aid* as low as $76.00 Batteries Williams Jeweb?. 116 No 10th. Mt Vernon 1-16-63 WALL STREET By Aisaclstcd Prtss NEW YORK,—The stock market today vyandered along a mixed path that tipped a little lower. Prices were.from fractions higher to between 1 and 2 points lower with a high priced share or two down beyond that. Trading came to an estimated 900.000 shares. , Lower prices were paid for Santa Fe, Atlantic Coast Line, Sinclair Oil, Phelps Dodge, Union Carbide, American Woolen, Amerada, Youngstown Sheet & Tube, and Consolidated Edison. Gains wore made by Douglas Aircraft, Distillers , Corp. Sea­ grams, Du Pont, International Paper, Chesapeake & Ohio, and Eastern Air Lines. In the over the counter market U. S. government securities were steady. LIVESTOCK By Aisoeiatod . ress NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. — (USDA) — Hogs 6,500; bulk choice 190-230 lbs unsorted for grade 22.70-23.00,240-270 lbs largely 21.75-22.50; 280-300 lbs 21.0021.50; 170-180 lbs 21.50-22.25; 150170 lbs 20.00-21.50; few 21.75; 120140 lbs 17.75-19.50; sows 400 lbs down 17.50-18.00; heavier sows 15.50-17.00; stags 13.50-15.50; boars 11.50-15.00. Cattle 650, calves 500; individual head of choice steers to 33.00; commercial and good steers and heifers 25.00-30.00; utility and commercial cows 17.50-21.50; canners and cutters 13.00-17.50; utility and commercial bulls largely 19.00-22.50. few to 23.00; canner and cutter bulls 15.00-.17.00,:; good and choice vealers 27.00-36.00; sorted prime to 34.00; utility and commercial veal­ ers 20.00-26.00. Sheep 500; choice and prime spring lambs largely 29.50-30.50; good and choice lots 26.00-29.00; utility and good largely 20.00-25.00; occasional cull lambs down to 12.00; cull to good slaughter ewes 4.50-6.50. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Associalsd Prsis CHICAGO — Butter firm; receipts 659,187; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 72.75 - 92 A 72; 90 B 70.25 ; 89 C 69.25; cars: 90 B 71.5; 89 C 70. Eggs about steady; receipts 7,294; wholesale buying prices unchanged; U. S. extra 56; U. S. mediums 52, U. S. standards 43.545.5; current receipts 38; dirties 33; checks 32. OHICAOO PRODUCE By AssoeUlod Press CHICAGO — USDA — Live poultry: about steady; receipts 1,037 coops; F, O. B. paying pricey unchanged; heavy hens 22-25; lighi*' hens 19-20; roasters 30-31; fryers or broilers 32.5-33; old roosters 18-19; ducklings 27. CASH GRAIN By Assoelalod Press CHICAGO — Cash wheat: No. 2 red 2.31; No. 3 2.27%-30Vi; No. 1 hard 2.35'/2. Corn: No. 2 yellow 1.81-81^4; No. 3 1.79-8014; No. 4 1.72y,-76i4; No. 5 1.6514-72; sample, grade 1.52i^-74Vi. Oats: No. 1 white 88%. f Barley nominal: malting 1.35-*^ 81; feed 1,10-29. Soybeans: none. ST. LOUiS PRODUCE By Assoclatod Pross ST. LOUIS — Produce and live poultry; Eggs: extras 56-60, AA large 5458, A large 51-56, A mediums 4749, B large 41-47, A small 28-31. Fryers, broilers: commercial crosses and whites 33-36, nearby miscellaneous farm run reds 28- it, Roosters, old cocks 16 Va. All other prices un(;hangod. ' ILLINOIS PEACHES By AtsDctated Prtss ST. LOUIS — Illinois peaches: Elberta, bushel 2-21,4 inch, 1.502.50, best 3.00; smaller and poorer 1.25-1.75; J. H. Hales, bushel, 2- 2V4. inch, 2.25-3.25. WANT ADS GET RESULTS! FOR LEASE Ma)or Oil Co. Service Sfafrion Phone 1530 LOST .$10 REWARD for return of small bobtailed- brown male dog. Lost south of town two weeks ago. Phono 188-W. tf Bulldozing, Land Clearing Excavstlni, Ponds Uskss, Busmsnts Rsad Bulltflni Crsdlnt. Winch CaU sec PNONt — WRITE JOHN J. OSLAUEB TRANSPOB-I CO. Wsltenvllls Rssd Ml Vsrnen. Ml. Phwns t1l» PACKAGE LIQUOR WINE AND BEER By Bottle or Case Get Them Fronn THE WOODEN INDIAN Free Delivery Phons 100 or 708 1' MABIOR LODGE No tS. t.O.OJ' meet* CTerr Tuesday. 7:30 p B 131 No 10th Visiting brothers welcome Retrsshmsnts tf LOOKING FOR the best buy ID town. Modern 4-room house, '2 years old. Large lot 75.\200. On highway. Priced to sell. Now vacant. Phone 1414. tf FOB SALE—5-room house and 3-room house in Wayne City. Edna Miller, 304 No. loth or Ross Miller, Wayne City. Phone 1026-J 8-16 FOB SALE—2 room house, H acre, 1 mile north of town. High ground and rood location CaU 3848-W3 for information. 8-16 PERSONALIZED Stationer; — Tolu aarae or monogram imprinted with oui aew maoblne 24.hom serTlce As Ion a* 79r p*> boi PersonaUzed bndis cards, nap klDs snd many othei items Llttls's Office Supplies EmmersoD Hotel Bld> tf NOTICE- -Complete well drilUni and water system (nstallatioa sad serrlces Baraer * ScbeU. B 1. Osfl Di Pbons 81 es Fairfield tf BEAUTY SHOP MACHINE Permanent* S4.50: Cold Waves $5.00. $6.00. $8.60. 810.00 305 So. 11th St. Phons 1414. Glamour Beauty Shop 8-1Q FOR RENT OR LEASE NEW BUILDING LOCATED AT 225 NORTH 10" STREET Formerly used for Hudson Mofor Safes, size 24x60, with large parking area. Suitable for ony type of business. Unusually good location for cleaning business inasmuch as there is no cleaners in the North part of Mt. Vernon. VIRGIL T.BAILEY PHONE 4380 ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE TOWNSHIP TREASURER FOR PUBLICATION TOWNSHIP THREE, RANGE ONE, IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FROM JULY 1, 1951, TO JUNE 30, 1952 Receipts—Building Fund Dl«t 18 2o Balance Just 1st, 1951—received from $ 1,129.69 $ 440.72 EHstrict Taxation 194.90 Sale or Rent of School Property ........... Sale of School Bonds .' Premium and Accrued Interest on School Bonds... All Other Sources (include tuition paid privately) , Received From Other Township Treasurers :. Dist. ?1 D 1st, 28 $ 275.43 $ 370.22 149.84 119.49 188.20 1,324.65 Total Receipts j 1,324.65 Paid Other Township Treasurers 1,324.65 440.72 440.72 $ 1,749.92 $ 677.91 677.91 Dist. 25 $ 6ES.76 117.79 679 ;20 43.10 $ 1,498.85 1,498.85 Dl8t. 210 $56,927.46 20,505.59 48.00 17,000.00 31.21 304.13 Dist. CI Diat..C4 Dist. 15 260.87 53.08 36.77 $94,816.39 $ 260.87 260.87 $ 53.08 53.08 $ 36.77 36.77 Dist. 22 $ 151.49 721.70 89.44 962.63 962.63 FOR MNT—All modern trailer apace. Phone 4414-J. 8-15 CARNAHAN FLOOR SERVICE — Floor sanding, rental sanders. linoleum, asphalt and rubber floor tUes Phone 4055 1812^ Perkins, across frono shoe factory 8-23 FOB RENT—Office space, north dde ot Square CaU Harold WaUon. 684 tf FLOOR SANDING, floor Ule. plasUe wall tile Free estimate SatlsfacUon ruar- anteed Phone Raymond Gdmlsoa, 4668-JX or Roy Hays. 2827.J tf FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Winkler lloor furnace, almost new.. Phone 3522.W. S-10 FOR SALi"!—Cheap, rip saw, new. Also 'A H.P. Brigg^s-Stratton gUB motor. Phone 3985-W4. 8-16 FOB SALE—15 tube Motorola cabinet radio, walnut finish; one occasional table. Phone 3238-^, 8-19 FOR SALE—2—26" boys' bicycles. 1117 So. 13lh street. - 8-10 KITCHEN cabinets, push cart, antique buffet, wash stand, quilt tops, black plush coat size 40, sooi condition. 1010 Prairir. 8-16 FOR SALE—New 1050 Whizzer bike, nev- N er used. Good porch swing-. 511 So. 15th 8-10 FOR SALE—Regristered Whitelace cdws; Ca«e '3-bottom tractor with all equip- meut. Call 3008 Perkins. Phone 1353-W. 8-16 FOR SALE—1000 ft. new erey asbestoB Biding, cheap. John Nociar, mile southeast ot Nason. 8-16 FOR SALE OB TRADE—New DeLuxe BEnuine tan leather saddle. Phone 4058-JX. . 8-18 FOR SALE—House trailer, new 16 It., unlini6li?d $500. 1403 White. 8-16 FOR SALE—^Two registered Hampshire buck sheep; 1 grade yearling; also 260 White Leghorn, 1 year old hens, H. A. Whitlock, Phone Plx. 8-18 FRESH DONUTS—Sss Agsths Ohms, Downytlsks Donut Shep, 124 Ne. 9th St. Far, •pseial ordsrs. Froitod, cinnamon su0sr, plain. Phons 1290, S.I 8 FOR SALE—B ft. Hotpoint Refrigerator: white enamel combination Home Comfort coal and gas range, like new; Maytag electric washing machias. Clyde Neal, Belle Blve, 111. Routs 1. 8-16 Total Deductions $ 1,324.65 $ 440.75 $ $ 677.91 $ 1,498.85 $ $ 260.87 $ 53.08 $ 36.77 $ 962.63 Net Receipts „ „ ^ j Receipts—Educational Fund Balance July 1st, 1951 $ Distribution of Trustees .• .... District Taxation I— Tuition of Transferred and Non-Hi Pupils Received .... All Other Sources (including tuition paid privately and transportation) .... P>.ein\bursements by State Board for Vocational Education .... Anticipation Warrants Sold .... Received From Other Township Treasurers .... $ 1.749.92 $ $ $94,816.39 $ $ $. 597.22 $ 1,450.38 $ 712.07 $ 25.45 : 1,160.07 866.49 1,122.51 749.22 597.46 290.21 428;33 $ 5,385.12 $. 413.42 ... 19,414.16 900.00 ... 1,284.28 ^5 '•••"266 .58 210.10 605.94 DISTRIBUTIVE FUND RECEIPTS Balance July 1, 1951 , $ 22.43 Income of township fund 50.00 ^ From county superintendents 1,573.49 From other sources 69.26 80.00 17.80 17.80 5,343.06 1,463.71 156.72 862.34 8,145.00 Total Receipts $ 1,463.71 $ 2,572.8S $ 4,165.07 $ • 640.71 Anticipation Warrants Retired .' Paid Other Township Treasurers ^ "1,463.71 '2,547.89 622.91 Total Deductions _ $ 1,463.71 $ 2,547.8'9 $ 622.91 $ 17.8C $ 893.06 $40,463.10 $ 1,284.28 $ 260.58 8,145.00 875.26 ,1,284.28 260.58 210.10 "210.10 Net Receipts V Expenditures—Building Fund General Control $.. Insurance -. .... Repairs and Replacements .... Interest on Anticipation Warrants .... Total Operating Expense .... Bonds Retired Bond Sinking Fund .... New Grounds, Buildings & Alterations (not repairs) .... New Equipment (not replacement) Cash on Hand June 30, .1952 25.00 $ 4,165.07 $ "17.80 875.2 $ 8,145.00 $ 1,284.28 $ 26U.58 $ 210.10 17.80 $32,318.10 Total Expenditures—Educational Fund Boards, Business' Offices and Compulsory Att, Services Administrators, Supervisors and Teachers Salaries (less deductions) Text Books Stationery, Supplies, etc Janitors and Engineers Salaries (less deductions) Fuel Water, Light and Power ". Janitors' Supplies, Freight, Express and Drayage Insurance Transportation of Pupils to and From School Other Expenditures Repairs and Replacements Interest on Anticipation Warrants .25,00 Total Operating Expense ' ... $ New Equipment (not replacements) ' .... Cash on Hand June 30, 1952 $ 25.00 94.40 1,854.69 33.70 26.36 35.00 l&M 5313. 1,080.00 15^55 $ • 66.50 $ $• 2,018.67 67.11 6,910.00 9,062.28 10,000.00 11,770.51 53,474.29 15,227.64 6,368.72 $ $94,816.39 $ $., 17.80 17.80 497.40 20,194.91 90.74 432.22 1,403.85 706.80 1,100.23 63.08 223.51 2,499.48 4,039.06 216.55 64.39 $ 3,268.89 $ 896.'i8 Z 17.80 $ Total 17.80 $31,532.22 232.24 553.64 357.74 "981.4fc "g'es.'es "96^68 "~1T80 Total $1,715.18 EXPENDITURES Incidental expense of trustees $ 13.50 For publishing annual statement ...................._ . 18.16 Compensation of treasurer 45.33 Added to principal of township retirement paid 63.38 Distributed to districts 1,573.49 Balance June 30, 1952 1.32 Total $1,715.18 TOWNSHIP FUND RECEIPTS Cash on hand July 1, 1951 $ 49.40 Bonds on hand July 1, 1951 .... 2,000,00 17.80 Total $2,049.40 EXPENDITURES Cash on hand June 30, 1952 ....$ 49,40 Bonds on hand June 30, 1952 .... 2,000.00 Total $2,049.40 INEZ GILBERT, Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 day of August, 1952, (SEAL) Sidney S. Hirons, Notary Public , $ 17.80 I $ 25.00 $ 4,165.07 $ 17.80 % 17.80 $32,318.10 $ % $ $ 17.88

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