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li .•1 i1 i , I THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1952 CLASSIFIED PA«;E Classified ads Must be in by 12:00 o'clock noon to Guarantee Publication the Same Day — Saturday up to 11:00 o. m. WANTED HELP WANTED -•iwTED A-l bookkeeper. Reply in own ^^^-S K S ^ Write BOX X. c/o Renater- WANTED—Salfsmen or Saleswomen to sell low Priced auto and fire insurance, for Itrtre company full or spare time. Phone 4200 or write 1504 Broadway, Mt, Vernon, ni. 8-23 WANTED — Two Roofers for Asphalt BuJlt Op Roofe. Big Job Ready Soon. Good Wasree. Write or Phone i5, Edmund Marilere. La Salle. Illinois. 8-22 WANTED—Woman for general housework, 2 or 3 days a week. Apply at 816 No. nth. 8-16 WANTED—Eiperienced day waitress. Apply in person. Blue Goose Cafe. 8-18 " MAN National Sales Finance Company needs ag- (TSsslre youne man between 24 and 30 College education preferred. Rapid advancement available for man who can develop quickly into position of responsibility. Company furnishes car and has vacation, bonus, group life insurance plan. Phone 907. Universal C.I.T. Credit Corp.. 131% So. 10th, Mt. Vernon. lU. 8-20 WANTED—Experienced waitress. Apply In person. Parkmore Grill, S-16 BODY MAN wanted, setady work year round. Starting wases S75 per week, Bommers Body Shop. 1007 Lamar. tf WANTED—SALES CLERK AND TTPIST IN RETAIL STORE. WRITE BOS A.B., c/o REGISTER-NEWS STATE AGE REFERENCES AND EXPERIENCE. AND WAGES DESIRED. s-is ROUTE SALESMAN—Experienced, aggressive and reliable To sell well established food items to grocery stores and markets, Mt. Vernon and vicinity. Whits BO.T K, P. c/o Register-News. 8-16 FOR RENT—3 furnished modern rooms, utilities paid. Phone 3125. 8-18 FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment. 4 large rooms, bath, hot water. Some utilities paid $30 per month. Call 381-W. 8-16 FOR RENT — Modem furnished 2-room apartment. Water and steam heat furnished. Phone 2114. 8-16 FOR RENT—Modern three room unfurnished apartment, downstairs. .Modern heat, close in. 821 North St. For information call N. Cohen, 1099 after 6 p.m. 3303 tf FOR RENT—Modern 4 room apartment. unfurnished: largo living room, outside entrance Automatic heal and water furnished, newly decorated. Adults. 2234 Casey, phone 2554-J. 8-18 FOR RENT—t-room unfurnished apartment. Private bath, garage, close in. Call B66-J. tf LARGE and email. All modern Furnished. Private baths. Prigidaires. Fan-cooling system. Ill North loth. 1177. 8-16 FOR SALE—8 (t. Holpoint Refrigerator: w'hite enamel combiiuition Homo Comfort coal and gas range, like new: Maytag electric washing machine. CLvde Ncal, Belle Rive. Ill, Route 1 8-16 FRYERS—2^1 to 3 lb . 51 00 each on foot. Will deliver. Call lllO-.I. 8-16 FOR SALE—Filtered drinking water, 1150 gallon tank. Phone 3S10-J4. Wilbur Jones, Rt. 3. 0-13 FOR SALE—Coal, all gr.ides Cinders, mine shale, sand, (.'ravel. Contract driveway and road building. Call 4014-J. Vance Skinner. 9-13 PEACHES FOR SALE—Phon» 3011 WS for information. 8-16 TREE RIPENED peaches now ready. You may pick 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 61. 8-31 PE.\CHES—Mid-summer varieties, best for freezing, fresh desserts and canning. Tree ripened, sure to please in size and Quality, flavor and price. Your best always, remember the place, follow signs to Newton's Orchard. State Route 37, between Marion and Johnson City. tf FOR SALE—Elberta peaches. Pick them yourself Bring containers. Will be ready by Monday. H, A. Whitlock. Phone Dix. 8-18 PE.^CHES—Extra nice, by bushel or truck load. I Vi miles south of Cravat. C. A Witzcl Orchard. 8-20 PEACHES—.-VIl grades. Aug, 1,'5 to 25th at R. A. Willoughhy peach shed, 5 mile* east of Irvington und one mile southeast of Cravat on gravel road. 8-27 FOR SALE OR TRADE— O H V 1949 Barley Davidson Motorcycle Low mileage. A-l condition. Phone 3£)1C-W1 8-16 FOR SALE—300 bales ot lespedeza hay $1.00 per bale Henry C. Sanderson, 8 miles north of Keenes. 111. 8-19 BOYS ANKLETS 5 PR. SI.00. School Shoes and Clothing at lowest prices in town. .Also Shoes and Clothing for the family Lustig^. 707 So. lOlb St. 8 -lS WANTED WOOL PRESSER Apply in Person KERLEY CLEANING & DYEING CO. 909 S. 10th FOR RENT—4 room unfurnished apart ment. Serai-modern, newly decorated, on bus line. 2 blocks from High School 6 blocks from Square, Phone 3209-J tf FOR RENT—3-room apartment, unfurn (shed, private bath Front and back en trance. 2 children allowed. Dtilities unpaid Phone 1641-J. 535 00 month, 0-11 3 ROOM furnished or unfurnished apart ment Newly decorated, plaster walls, stoker heat, registers in every room 1106 H South 10th. Phone 2464-J or 4543-W. tf FOR BENT—Modern furnished apartment. Private bath and entrance. West Broadway. S50 Call S30-J tf FOR REST—2-room furnished apartment at 314 So nth atilities paid Adults only Phone 548. or 1581 tf MODERN 4-room apartment unfurnished. Newly decorated. 2 t>edrooms Heat furnished, close In Adults. 966-J. tf WANTED—Truck anvers. Si« Bud Lwh. brook, 1600 Broadway « BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIET FOB BENT OR LEASE—40x40 biulding Warehouse or other occupancy. Call Walter Hyde, 1260 after 6 p.m. tf SALESMEN WANTED—Oao salesman to travel Congressional Districts 22, 33, 24 and 25, selling- intangible to members of clergy. High minimum income daily. Apply Mr. B. E. Ballard, 53 W. Jackon Blvd., Chicago, lU. 8-16 MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES—Wanted 10 people to dedicate their lives to God to do Personal Work, Special Singing, and Preaching. Nondenominational work. Write Box 200 c/o Register-News. 8-20 FOB TIN CAN and rubbish removal: also light hauling reasonable. Phone 3917-Wl or 3372, 8-18 TRUCKING—Coa) and stock hauling. For your winter supply of coal—Call J. D. Smith, Phone 3027-W3, Mt. Vernon. Ill 8-18 FOB BENT— AD all modem 3-room and bath apartment, newly decorated, hardwood floors. Venetian blinds, bulltln eab inets Largo window fan Automatic hot water, electric stove and refrigerator fur nisbed. This it one of the better apart ments In an apartment building For ap polntement Phone 1873-J tf FOR RENT —Modem 4-room apartment, unfurnished Call 2g94-J. tf FOB RENT— i room and 8 room nnfnm ished apartments 901 So 10th. adults. Phno« 1269 evening* tf FOR RENT —Partially furnished apart ment, 12tli and Main Call Harold Watson. 994. tf HOUSES FOB RENT—3-room house on all-weather road. See Catherine Hastings, Belle Rtve, lU, 8-20 NEW 2 -room modern house, nicely furnished. Suitable for couple, on bus stop. Phone 2774-J after 6 p.m. 8-16 FOR RENT — 3-room furnished house. Lights and water paid. So per week. 1307 So. ISth. 8-16 FOR BENT—Beautiful new modern 3-room house, suitable for couple. 1112 So 23rd. 8-18 FOR RENT—3-room furnished cottage, lights and water furnished, full bath. Adults. 2408 Cherry. . 8-18 TIN CAN and rubbish hauling. Phone Phone 3170-J. 8-11 FOB EXPERT laundry work, blankets, pillow*, dyeing bedspreads, rugb, drapes. Sweet com for sale. CJeo's Laundry. 910 Park Ave., Phone 3006. 8-16 GUTTER WORK, free estimate. Repair work, also chimney flashing lor leaks. Vern Egbert. Phone 4460. 8-16 PAINTING—^Inside and outside. Do good work, reasonable. Phone 2889-W. Erva BosweU. 8-16 WANTED—^Team work, yard grading, weed mowinc, trash hauling, truck service. Otta Jones. Phone 3788-W. 8-20 LAWN MOWER grinding, repairing. KEYS made, locks repaired. A, S. Hodge, 811 So. 18th Street, 8-X9 <>» UPHOLSTERING and furniture re- palrlnr. call 668-W Mora for lesa. J. L. ffinlree. 629 So. 18th St. 8-18 WANTED—^Paper hanging, plaster patch- iat, carpenter repairing. Other miscel- laheoui home repairlBg. Phone 8480-W. 8-15 DBAD STOCK WANTED—Phone coUect. Eanr Smith, Eeenea. HI. 66 Wood- iMwn. Dale Estea, S31 Mt. Vernon. tf WANTED TO BUY WANT TO BOY—Good Dairy Cows, fresh or Springers. Will buy feeder shoats. J. V. Anderson, 2008 Perking. Phone •ia63 -W. 8-28 WANTED FOR CASH—5 or 6 room modern house in or near city. •Give location and best price in first letter. Box 372 c/o Register-News. tf WANTED—Feeder pigs. Highest prices paid. Write me a card, I will call. War- wn Zelhart, Bonnie, Dl, 8-16 WANTED—Good wheat, suitable for seed. Also naled hay Farmers Produce. Phone 235, 1010 Broadway. 8-19 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—50 to 100 acres of rood ground for wheat. Lelan Carr. Phone 3867-Jl, 8-21 FOR RENT APARTMENTS TWO ROOM furnished apartment. Modern private entrance. Utilities paid. Aoi-ept child. Close to Field and Junior High School. 1727 W. Main. Phone 3707-W. 8-20 FOR RENT — 3 -rQom medern furnished aipartment. Adults. 117 No. 6th. 8-23 WOR BENT—6-room modern unfurnishe« apartment. 529 So. 18th. Phone SISB-J. 8-20 FOR RENT— 2 -room furnished apartment. Electric Refrigerator, G^S, 616 So. 17th, Adults. Phone ai27 -W. tf MODERN 3-room apartment, unfurnished. ' stoker, automatic hot water. Fine north tide location. Phone 1S86-J or 2330, 8-16 FOR RENT 120 N. 14th—S rooms modern. S17 S. 9th—2 rooms modem. 712 Jordan—2 rooms modern. -Phont 400 or 48 JULIA RUTIECBFOBD FOB SENT—3-room fumiahed apartment. . ai2 So. 18th. 8-10 FOB BENT—^Z-room furnlBhed apartment. Private entrance, on bus* line. 1208 So. XSib.' ' "• " 8-10 FOB BENT-—8-room untarnished apartment, front and rear Wrance. Near Wealey Church. Phone 4538. Mrs, Pearl Hutchin»oni ' tf FOB BENT—3-room modern untarnished apartment, utIUtiea paid} private bath, atoliter beat, oni (round tl^or.. Newly dec- oraJed, on bus atop. Paul 'Nelson, 301 So. 9i2qd, Phone MS3>W. " 8 -16 FOR RENT—2-room furnished cottage. modern except heat, Venetian blinds, hot water, oil heat 12th St. near Wesley Church, Phono 4538. Mrs. Pearl Hutchinson, it FOR RENT MODERN 6 ROOM DUPLEX Close in. Newly decorated, automatic oil heat, garage. PHONE 735 or SEE TROY HAWKINS TROPICAL FISH and aquarium supplies! Visit our showroom On The Sapare." Mary Jane Studio 906 Main 9-4 PEACHES—Starting Thursday. Aug. 14 Good quality Elberta peaches, all grades, by bushel or truck load. Short crop. One mile west of Waltonville on oil road. S. E. Boles. tf SHAW WALKEB desk*. fOee aotf flraproot tiling cabinete displayed at our warehouse showroom See them, feel them and gel delivery now from Southern nUnoii' largest office supply dealer Call 869. Littles Office Suppliei. If BETTER BE Mosler Sate than Sony I Be* the .Mosler 4-hoQr and 2'honr aafea on display at out warehouse. Tour local dealer kno\v9 .vour problems beat. Call SSS Ut> tics Office Suppliea. tf FRIDEN Calcalaton now on lala at Ut- tlcK OKice SuppUea Call 389 for sale* and service Come In and see Friden the think' Ins machine of American businesa. South crn Illinnis' largest supply and furniture dealer Little* Office SuppUee tf DO VOU NEED adding machine*. Calculators, Duplicator*. Office F'umlture. • Fil ing Cabinets, or any office eQUipment. machines or office supplies T Call your local dealer Utiles Office Suppliea. S6B tf YES. rou're only a matter of feet froi j-oiir nearest t>ffice supply store—Pick up .vour phone tor anything yon need—Call 3iifi Southern Ilhnole" largest office *np- ply dealer and we'll deliver NOW I Uttle* Office Supplies. Hotel Emmereon Bids, tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Golden Bantam sweet corn at Harry Shewmake garden, 010 Park Ave Phone 3096. 8-19 LIVESTOCK GUERNSEY cow. fresh in November, still giving milk. Hampshire sow and nine pigs. Phone 3631. 8-16 BE SORE to attend our Annual Harvest , Sale House and barn paint Special Reduced Prices, for a limited time only Welge Paint & Wallpaper Store. North Side Square. Phone 36 8-18 FOR SALE—-ComplcU reataaraat (Iztvrt* PhOD* 468 U FOR SALE—Spotted Shetland ponies, 1-61 Saddle mare, 13 hands. Will tr.ide Guernsey rows for whiteface heifer*. Donald Winkler. Dahlgrcn. 111. 8-16 DPHOLSTERING and Slipcovers Also custom made furniture Free estimate* Free pick up and delivery within 70 mile radius Office hours 9:00 a m—5 00 p m Monday through Friday Saturday 9:00 a m.— 12 30 p. m 'Satisfaction Guaranteed" Artistic Dpholstering. 1701 So lOth Phone 1702 tf FOR S.A.LE — Two registered yearling Guernsey bulls, or will trad* for old bull. Jin Gibson. Bluford. BAKE SALE—Saturday, Aug. 16th at Cooks Paint Store. Sponsored by P.T.A. of Kethel School. Proceeds to buy equip- mi -ni for Boy Scout Unit*. 8-15 FOR POST HOLE digglng.Phone 3857-Jl. Lclan Carr Waltonville Road. fl-fl DR .)OHT» w WILLIAMS, optoaetriet 116 .Sortb lOtb St„ Mt. Vernon, HI. 1.10-63 NEW HEARING Aid* a* low at 876.00 Baiteries WiUlam* Jewelry. 116 No, 10th, Mt Vernon I-IS-SJ FOR SALE—4 head registered yearling Oxford Rams. North of bus station Be at home- until 7:30 a.m. Fred Tucker. Ashley. Ul., R. R. 3. 8-23 MARION LODGE No 13. t.O.OJ". meet! every Tuesday. 7:30 p m.. 121 No lOlh s'l's I ^><'t'°' brother* welcome. Refreahaenta, tf MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE—Tired of Uronlng with your heavy weight Iron ? Trade it tn today on a new Steam Featherweight Iron at Feath erstun's Uost all brands on display tf FOR SALE—100 lb white flour ban %0c each Hawkins Bakerr tf AUTOMOTIVES FOR S-ALE—1950 4-door Special De Luxe Plymouth, creellent condition, low mileage, radio, healer. Phone 30S0-R, 1419 So, 12th St. 8-18 1048 PLYMOUTH 2-door. Heater. Write Box 391, Broadway Cafe. Wa ,n3e City, 111. 8-16 FOR SALE — E.vceptionally clean 1950 Chevrolet 4-door; 11)41 Chevrolet 4-door: 1940 Olds 2-door: 193S Chevrolet 2-door: 1920 Ford Tudor. -Moore Motors. Waltonville Road. Phoue 29o3-W. 8-16 FOR S.ALE—'35 Ford Coupe with '39 motor. Good tires and good condiuon. Phone 3930-W3, 8-16 Need A Car or Truck? Rent a Car or Picknp Tmck by the hoar, day week or commercial. New cars and trucks. MT. VERNON RENT-A-CAR CO. New Location — 801 Jordan Phone 4078—Nlcht Pbone 41 BARGAINS In anything Musical Fenton's Music Servtc 300 So 4th Phon* 1563 0-12 MOVING WALTER gXTGHES—Local and state-wide moving experienced and equipped 114 No. 6th Street—Phone 2609. 8-16 PETS DOGS BOARDED—Cool IndlvlduaJ pens Mae Callander Phone 609-J tf 006S BOAHDSD — Groomed, sheared and bathed Will call for and deliver Happy's Pet Shop No 36U> aad aichrlew road Phone 4288. U STOVES FOR SALE—Used Roper Cook Stove, reasonable. 2406 Casey. Phone 2366-J. 8-16 KING CITY CA8 AND APPLIANCE PaOPANB—Complete BotUea 6a* S«mo« tor Home* Beyond the Oa* Main*: alio aa thoriied liayta« Dealer Truck delivery New loeaaoD 131 No 9tb 6t Ph 8460 tf FOn BOTTLES CAS. etore toMaXJatlona. Phene 2134, N Kinraan Benton Boad. Ift VemoD. lU De«ler tor PUR CAS. H FOR SALE—1952 Ford. 2-door Deluxe. fully equipped. 52250.00. No trade. Roy Clemens. Phone 3938-Jl. S-16 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1931 Model A. Good condition, 1200 So, 23rd. Phone 2004-J. 8-16 CLKAN asED ear* bonrbt and eeld. Trade, Term* Moore Motor*, WaltonrlUe Koad at 12th Ph S053 -W tf COAL ROOMS NICE desirable, large, modern Bleeping rooms, double or single. Phone 4018. 425 No, 9th. 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. IH blocks north of Square. Ladie*. Phoue 2398-J. tf MISCELLANEOUS FOB RENT—Steel building. Can be used as warehouse or store room. Apply Illinois Hotel. 8-22 FOR RENT—Two office rooms at 814 Main, See Geo. Carr at Carr's Service Gara«e. 8-18 CAHNAHAN FLOOR SERVICE — Floor sanding, rental sanders, linoleum, asphalt and rubber floor tiles Phone 4056. 181214 Perkins, across from shoe factory 8-23 FOR RENT—Office epace. north side of Square Call Harold Watson. 904 tf FLOOR SANDING, floor tile, plastic wall tile Free estimate Satisfaction guaranteed. Pbone Raymond Edmison, 4668-JX or Roy Hays, 2827-J tf FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOB SALE—Winkler floor furnace, almost new. Phone 2522-W, 8-10 IT'S CAUSING talk, this new ant and roach uonirol Roach Filmz, containing chlordane Douglas Drug. 8-'J2 FOR SALE—1/3 HP, Air Compressor, Arts Garage, 1 Mi miles south Ina. 8-18 WE REPEAT, it's obsolete to wax linoleum. Use Glaxo plastic type coalinK. Douglas Drug. H-2'Z AT TOUR command, genlle to hands, Fina Foam rug and upholstery cleaner. BP- noiBt Bros. S.-Jli FOR SALE—Cheap, rip saw, new. AIBO 'A HP. Briggs-Slratton gaa motor Phone 398B-W4. 816 FOR SALE—15 tube Motorola cabinet radio, walnut finish: one occasional table. Phone 3238-W. SW FOR SALE—2—26" boys' bicycles. 1117 So. i;ith street. 81fi KITCHEN cabinets, push cart, antique buffet, wash stand, quill tops, black plush coat size 40, good condition. 1010 Prairip, 8-l(i FOR SALE—New 1050 Whizzer bike, nev. er used. Good porch swng. 511 Tjo, 15ih 8-lB FOR SALE—Registered Whiteface cows: Case 3-hottoni tractor with all equiij- ment. Call 2008 Perkins. Phone 135ri-W 8-lB FOR SALE—1000 ft, new grey asbestos siding, cheap, John Nociar, H mile southeast of N-ason. 816 FOR SALE OR TRADE—New DeLuxe genuine tan leather saddle. Phone 4088-JX. g.j^g FOR SALE—House trailer, new 16 ft unfinished $500. 1403 White. 8-16 FOR SALE—Two registered Hampshire buck sheep; 1 grade yearling; also 250 White Leghorn, 1 yoar old hens. H. A. Whitlock. Phone Dix. 8-18 FRESH DONUTS—See Agath* Ohm., DownytUke Denut Shop, 124 No. 9th St, For special orders. Frosted, cinnamon *ug*r, plain. Phon* 12d0. 8.18 FOR S.VLE—Coal. Stoker, Egg, Lump. Ray Wiehn. Phone 2819-J, 8-10 CHICKS 100 YOUNG laying pullets. New Hampshire Reds. SI.25 each. Jess Skinner. South Bethel School. Phone 4014-W. 8-16 STARTED CHICKS—New Hampshire and White Rocks at reduced prices. Hlnrich Hatchery Phone 3144-J. tf BABY CHICKS—Poultry Supplies Wayne Feeds. Salsbury'* and Lederle Medicine*. Do not neglect those Growing Pullets Mt Vernon Hatchery. 1016 Caaey Ave. Phone 101 tf PODLTR'J service work. Trained teahnidan 20 years experience. Feeding and management problems solved Culling, testing, worming Complete service Joe L Sutton, Phone 2866. Office Salem Road, Mt. Vernon, 111 8-18 FARM EQUIPMENT FOR S.\LEir-:-6 cylinder Ford Tractor; F-20 Tractor and Cultivator: Mounted Mower for F-20 or 30: John Deere trail type mower: Side delivery rake: A.-C. Combine. Several corn pickers, one mounted for P-20 or .-iO: 7 and 8 ft. discs; ,3—14 in. plow. .Mitchell Hopkins, Belle Rive. 8-19 New and used Allis-Chalmers jU-crop barvesip.rs: used Case, Massoy Harris, and M & M Combines priced right. New Allis- Chalmers and New Idea one row corn pickers, 1051 VAC Case and Cultivator, price Sl -'.iO ,00: J D "B" and Cultivator $500.00, cood tires, motor, and paint. Ben Kull Imp Co. ShelbyviUe, Illinois. 8-28 FOR S.ALE—Machinery, new .-ind used .Massey-Hams Clipper Combines, 6' P TO. Lelan Carr, Waltonville Road. 9-15 FOR SALE—New and used Allis-Chalmers Combines, including 1 with motor, one 40 inch: New Idea corn pickers Fertilizer grain drills: New and used plows, discs, mowers, and side 'rakes; 2 Allis-Chalmers W-C tractors. See our full line of farm machinery before you buy. South Side Im- pleincnt. The Will Brown Farm, south edge of Marlssa, lUinois. 8-18 FURNITURE RADIO & RADIO SERVICE RADIO SERVICE - CALL 322 — FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY W* repair and cOTrect any radio failure In accordance with msdtrn engineering principlM. The result i> • guarantMrf laflsfaeiery iob. Art Feathcrstun 1112 Iroadway. Tube* tested Ire* of Chan*. M ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES USED RADIO — A few very good •ensel* models and table m.dcl*. Priced for «uiek sale. FeatharstHn'a. 1112 treadway. tf PEKSO>A1J:ZED Stationery — Tout aai or monogram imprinted with our aew machine 24'boui service A* low a» 79t per boi Per*onaitzed bndca card*, nap kiat and many other Item* Llttl*'* Ottlce Supplies Emmersoo Hotel Bide If VOTICE- -Complete well drllllat aad water system Instailatloo and serrice* Hayue* A Schell R R 1. Geft. OI Phone 8166 Fairfield U BEAUTY SHOP -MACHINE Permanent* 84.60; Cold Wave* So 00. 56 00. S8.60. SIO.OO 306 So. Uib S: Phone 1414. Glamour Beauty Shop 8-19 LOST $10 REWARD for return of small bobtailed brown male dog. Lost south of town two weeks ago. Phone 188-W. *tt IN MEMORIAM 111 loving memory of our husband and fiiher. \. -A. Lowry, who passed away one jL'.ir af:o. Aug. 16. Gone from us your dearest presence. But sweet memories linger, dear: .Slid those memories bring you near us. In the home,you loved so dear. Looking back thru pain and sorrow. To the happy da,vs gone by; Looking forward to our reunion, In nur Heavenly Home on High, Sadly missed by: THE LOVING FAMILY. In loving memory of our dear husband and father. Earnest Rich, who departed thi -i life four years ago today, August 16. li)4S. Our hearts sliU ache with sadnes*. Our eyes shed many tears; .Vn one knows how we've longed for you Thi?se past lour years. As pvening twiKght hour draws near, .\nd sunset flames the sky: We think of you, dear Dad. In h:ipp.v days gone by. Kvery hour we sadly miss you. f;really do we Iccl our loss: I.onel.v is our home without you. Help us Lord, to bear the Cross, Sadly missed by: WIFE. SARAH RICH. CHILDREN AND GR.ANDCHILDREN. REFRIGERATION SER'nCT: on all Makes refrigerator* and air eonditJoo equip ment Fred Skan* Phoo* 140? tf TACDDM CUJANEB3 are otjr only bn»l ne** Mew and used. Parta. aerrice. any make W* rest cleaner*. Phone 1S13. City Hall Bide O a Butord. U WRINGER ROLLS for any waihcr. Bring in old roll* far wringer. FcathCritun's Radio Sale*, 1112 Irbadway. Free picliup and delivery. Phone 322, H GOOD OSEt> appUaneei- Befrlreratore. Ga> StoTee, Electric StOTea. Eeroaene Stove*. Badioa Televiaioa 8*t*, From SS.OO Buy on Easy Term* Goodyear Berriea Store. Phone* 1101 or 1003. t< WELDING ACETYLENE and Electric Welding. Boiler Repairs, Fuel Tanks, Ornamental Fences Clark's Welding Service. Phone 3293, 1106 So. 10th street. 9-6 REAL ESTATE HOUSES FOR SALE—By owner, new 4-room house with garage attached, modem except heat. 3 miles out Richview Road. Phone 3896-Wl. 8-20 FOR SALE—One full-blooded Cocker Span iel pup. 4 months old. 328 Main St. 8-18 FOR SALE—Cocker Spaniel puppies. Can be registered. Mary Willmore, 110 Perkins. S-18 S.MALL HOME, modem except heat. Venetian blinds, built-in cabinets. Small down payment. Would trade. Benton Gregory, 1205 So. 26th. 8-10 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. 8-16 PRACTICALLY new four room house, tile kitchen, steel cabinets. Water in house, new garage, wash house. 3 lots in Dahlgren. 1187-WX. 8-18 LOOKING FOR the best buy in town. Modern 4-room house, 2 years old. Large lot 75x200. On highway. Priced to sell. Now vacant. Phone 1414. tf FOR SALE—2-picco living room suite: breakfast set, cheap. Phone 536, 000 So. 2,'Jrd. <• 8-18 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LARGE ELBERTA pparhfis. mile north nf Dix. No Sunday sales. Jesse E. Mc- Bridp, (J PEACHES—By bushel or truck load. Sun- da.vs or wf^ek days. Priced according to grade, now at farm. West of I)ix on Dix- IrvinKloii road to sign. One mile north or two miles south Walnut HUl. Birthel Cop- Pie & Son. 8-22 FOB SALE—5-room houee and 3-room house in Wayne City. Edna Miller, 304 No. lath or Ross Miller, Wayne City. Phone 1028-J 8-16 FOR SALE—Kerber's Hilltop, 3 bedroom modern home, 1 baths. Modern kitchen hardwood floors. Newly decorated throughout completely insulated, basement, furnace heat, stoker: 2-car garage. 2 acres, heavily wooded. North Salem Road. Phone Dix. H. Kerber. 8-17 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 condition. Write Elila N, Fields, 304 East St„ McLeanaboro, 111, 8-16 BARGAIN for quick sale. See out of town owner on premises at 1201 So, 27th St., Aug, 16-17th 6-room efficiency home, 2 corner lots, near City Park. Unusual opportunity. 8-16 WILL START picking Elbertas Monday, Aug, ISth. Alson Myers Orchard, Kell, lil, 8-18 PEACHES—Hale and Elberta. we have tons in size and quality. We guarantee nur friiii free of worms, $2 pc|- bushel ai French A. Son Fruit Farm. HM, miles north of Benton. Look for signs at new pon- structlon bridge. 8-18 PEACHES—Early Elliertas, $2.00 bushel. Bring conLTincrs, pick your own. Baird's Ori 'harri. 2 miles east, V4 mile north of Kcii. a FOR SALE—Elberta peaches. Tree ripened. Bring containers, pick your own. Two miles east and Vj mile north of Sessor. See sign on Route 183. Archie Lewis. 8-20 PEACHES at Hale Orchards, 2 miles north Dix on Route 37, and 1 mile oast, be- tuning Aug. 16 to Aug. 23. 8-21 ELBERTA peachss. Bring containers. Also watermelons, cantaloupes, prires reasonable. 1611 So. 10th. Across street from Fair Store. g.jO ELBERTA peaches. Pick .vour own. 1 Vj miles south of Cravat. Bring containers. Bert Stoneclpber. g .ig / FOB SALE—Six room house In vicinity of Lincoln School Please write Grace L. Reeder, 6131 No. Talman. Chicago 45. Ilhnois. g.20 NEW AND USED ALL MODERN HOUSE TRAILERS FOR SALE. CENTRAL PONTIAC CO.. 221 W BROADWAY, CENTRALIA, ILL. tf In memory of George W. Power, who pas.sed away one year ago today. . His life is a beautiful memory. His absence is a silent grief; He sleeps in God's beautiful garden. In sunshine and perfect peace. Sadly missed by: WIFE, LILY POWER AND FAM- XL v. BOYLE ASKS-CAN A MAN DO ANYTHING ABOUT HIS LIFE? By HAL BOYJLE NEW YORK — Can a man really do anything about his own life ? Or is its length—and the manner of his death—prescribed by higher powers before his birth? The possibility that they are merely pawns of fate has interested fools and philosophers since men first looked up at the stars and asked the eternal "why?" A baby falls from a seventh floor window and lives , , , Another tumbles two floors and dies. Why ? Is it chance or doom ? The other day a transient, sleeping 30 feet from a toad, was killed when a passing car was forced off the highway and ran over him in the dark. Probably no man had napped at that exact spot since the beginning of time . , . chance or destiny? Life is full of such mishaps, and many people say. "well, it was just in the cards" or "everything is a matter of odds," And for some reason it comforts them, perhaps because they don't have to blame themselves for what happens. All of which is preamble for a true-life story that has just come to our desk—an eerie little' happening the Demaupassant or O, Henry might have fashioned into a Macabre talc. The setting is that continent of darkness—-Africa, And the events were brought out at an inquest court in Salisbury, South Africa, which was investigating the death leap of a native fisherman into a river infested with crocodiles. The fisherman was named Mu- dungwe. One day while fishing in the river he was seized by a crocodile. His right arm held helpless in the reptile's jaw, Mudungwe saved himself by drawing his sheath knife with his left hand and slashing the crocodile's eyes. But hospital doctors had to amputate Mudungwe's right arm. The crippled fisherman in time returned to his task, fishing the same river. Years later he again was seized by a crocodile. This time he was rescued by a companion who stabbed the crocodile with a spear. At the hospital doctors amputated Mudungwe's left arm. Returing to his village, he refused to eat or talk and sat alone, brooding. One day he jumped up, muttering, "crocodile calling me, crocodile calling me," He ran to the river, leaped in, and was immediately dragged under and killed by a crocodile. A policeman, summoned by the villagers, shot the reptile to death. When the 'villagers hauled it out, they were awed to find it was blind in both eyes and bore the SEEKS $505.42 IN AUTO MISHAP A suit asking for a total of $505.42 was filed in the circuit clerk's office late yesterday by Paul V. Jones against John D. Gallo. Jones represented by Attorney Morton Dorothy, charged Gallo with negligent and careless driving April 13, 1952 when cars driven by Jones and Gallo collided one mile north of town on Route 37. Jones asks 205.42 for car repairs, and $300 for being deprived of the use of his car in his tjusi- ness. REPORTS THEFT OF HJS AUTO Joe Crosnoe, 1305 Harrison, reported to police at 2:35 this morning that his car was stoleri, The car is a light gray 1950 Chevrolet. Prowler Report Here Last Night A prowler was reported in the 2700 block of Mannen street a few minutes after midnight last night. Police found no one when they arrived. POLICE COURT Alonzo Arnold was fined $55.40 for indecent exposure; Neal Davis was fined $15.40 for drunkenness by Police Magistrate W. O. Page. FOR LEASE SERVia STATION High Gollonoge Major Oil Compony Well Located Call 902 scars of spear wounds on its body. The duel between Mudungwe and his crocodile was over. What brought them together three times? Chance or destiny? PACKAGE LIQUOR WINE AND BEER By Bottle or Case Get Them Prom THE WOODEN fNDlAN Free Dehver; Ptaone 100 or 708 Fifth District Amvets, Auxiliary Here Tomorrow AMVETS and the Au.xiliary of Turner Roehm Post No. 4, will be hosts to the Fifth District meet in Mt, Vernon tomorrow. AMVETS are scheduled to assemble in the AMVETS club room at noon. Au.xUiary members will meet at 1:00 p. m. in the City Qerk's office. Posts from Granite City, East St. Louis, Harrisburg, Salem and Long Beach will be reprrsentcd. Bill Herman of Granite City is Commander of the Fifth District and Mrs, 'Bobbie Hanna ,of this city is District Auxiliary President, Bulldoiing, Land Clearing Excavatint, Pondi Lak«, BaMmcntj Raad lulNina Gradlna. Winch Cat< tec PHONE ar WRITE iOHN J. OSLAOER rRANSPORT CO. Waltonvllla Neari Mt Varnan. III. Phana tit* FOR LEASE Major Oil Co. Service Station Phone 1530 WOODEN INDIAN Mt. Vernon, III. FOR RENT OR LEASE NEW BUILDING LOCATED AT 225 NORTH 10'^ STREET Formerly used for Hudson Motor Sales, size 24x60, with large parking oreo. Suitable for any type of business. Unusually good location for cleaning business inasmuch as there is no clean- ' ers in the North part of Mt. Vernon. VIRGIL T. BAILEY PHONE 4380 FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE—<0 acreB. 6 room house. Basement, piped furnace. Hot and cold water, buUt-in cabjneti!. Other outbuildin«-«. Vi mtle from producin? oil wells. Part of mineral. All weather road. Close to city. $0,000.00 cash or terms. Write Box 47 c/o RegiBter-NowB. Privale owner. 8-10 FOR SALE—40 acres, food 4-room house, Kood putbuUdinifs; 8 acres timber, partly limed. Benny Loyd, 6 miles north, 2 miles west, mile south, Keenes. 8-16 For Our Want-Ad Users' Convenience USE THIS HANDY FORM TO MAIL IN YOUR ADS If it's unhandy for you to come to our office to place your ad , . . CLIP THE FORM BELOW and WRITE YOUR COPY in the space provided . . , It 's the easy way to place your wants before a large audience of readers. (OVER 35,000 READERS IN THIS AREA) The convenient rate chart below will show you the cost of your ad according to the number of words and times you want your ad to run. Enclose your money, stamps or check with the form and mail to: CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT In Care of THE REGISTER NEWS -Cosh Rates For Classified Advertising- 2 Times 4 Times 8 Times 12 Times 1 Month 15 WORDS ....$ .75 $1.25 $1.50 $2.50 $^.00 16 WORDS 80 1.33 1.60 2.66 5.30 17 WORDS • • •» BSS 1.41 1.70 2.82 5.60 18 WORDS .:.. .90 iA9 1.80 2.98 5.90 19 WORDS • • • • 1.57 1.90 3.14 6.20 20 WORDS .... 1.00 1.65 2 .00 3.30 6.50 21 WORDS .... 1.05 1.73 2 .10 3.46 6.80 22 ''WORDS .... 1.10 1.81 2 .20 3.62 7;10 23 WORDS .... 1.15 1.89 2 .30 3.78 7.40 24 WORDS .... 1.20 1.97 2 .40 3.94 7.70 25 WORDS .... 1.25 2 .05 2 .50 4.10 8.00 26 WORDS .... 130 2 .13 2 .60 4.26 8.30 27 WORDS .... 1.35 2 .21 2 .70 4.42 8.60 28 WORDS .... 1.40 2 .29 2.80 4.58 8.90 29 WORDS .... 1.45 2 .37 2 .90 4.74 9.20 30 WORDS .... 1.50 2 .45 3.00 4.90 9.60 MTNIMCJM CHARGE—76c for two insertions. IN MEMORIAM— 10c per line. Minimum charge 75c OBITUARIES—Ic per word. Minimum charge 75c. CARD OF THANKS—15c per line. Minimum charge 7oc 8 POINT READERS—15c per line; 25c per line for Blackface headings. SPECIAL HEADINGS in Classified Section—50c each. HOW TO WRITE A WANT AD Results come quicker when you tell everything necessary to make your offer clear and attractive . . • Describe completely . . . Make it sound interesting to yourself and It will sound interesting to others . . "Tlie More You Tell—the Quicker You Sell!" *BUY! *RENT! •SELL! *TRADE! r 4' OFFICE EQUIPMENT WHEN you NEED Addinr Machines, C»l- dilators. Ditto Duplicators. Office Furniture, Pilinir Cabinets or any Of«c« iiiiuipmcnt. Machines or Office Supplies— Call VERL SKINNER 468i. 806 Broad- I Write One Word To The Line The More You Teli-the Quicker You Sell! it

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