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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 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 a. m. WANTED HELP WANTED 8K0E SAXESMAN: Experienced, between the ages of 21 to 30. To train for promotion to manager for the world's largest retailers of women's shoes. $60 a week guarantee, plus commissions on findings and bags, plus PM's. Men now averaging $85 a week and bettw. Your Job win provide the following advantages: job security, good earnings, paid vacation, Christmas bonuses, loan fund, insurance ior you and sick benefits for you and family and retirement pension. In replying attach photo. Write Burt's Shoe Store.. 413 Noftb 6th St.. St. Louis 1, Mo. 8-35 TRUCK OPERATORS WANTED to Ltarn Long Distance Moving —Old established carrier has openings for men over 36, owning or able to purchase and personally drive acceptable trucking equipment; Excellent earnings on year 'round long-term contract in an essential industry unaffected by business fluctuations, strikes, layrovere, etc. Write slating age, experience briefly. GREYVAN LINES. Inc. (Affiliated with Grayhound Lines) 59 Wtst Crsnd Avt., Chicago XO, III, 8-25 WANTED—Neat, clean, courteous curb girl to work days, after Sept. 2. Apply in person. No phone calls please. Myrle and Jean's Drive-in on Perkins. tf FOB RENT—3-room furnished apartment at 314 So. 11th. DtillUe* paid. Adults only Phono 548 or 1681 tf MODERN 4-room apartment unfurnished. Newly decorated, 2 bedrooma. Heat furnished, closs in. Adults. D6e -J. tf FOB RENT—Modem 4-rooiB •partmtnt. nnfumlshei) Call 29Q4-J. tf FOB RENT—4 room and 6 room nnfum- tshed apartments 801 So. 10th. adalts. Phnos 1280 •venings. tl FOB RENT—Partially tnmlshed apartment, 12th and Main. Call Harold Watson. 084. U HOUSES FOR RENT—^Modern, furnished farm home. Garage. Bligh Robinson. Walton- riUe, III. 8-37 FOR RENT—^Nice 4 room cottage, modern, all furnished; also 3 room modern furnished apartment. 309 south 11th. tf FOR RENT—Modem 3 bedroom home. 317 No. 7th St. Phone 1818 or 1866WX. 8-26 BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Supply rural families in north part of Jefferson County with daily-used necessities. Substantial weekly profit.^, at 8ta«^ possible foT hustlers. Must possess good car. Write G. Heberling Company, Box 634, Bloomington. UUnois. BODY MAN wanted, setady work year round. Starting wages $75 per week Sommers Body Shop. 1007 Lamar. tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOB RENT. OR LEASE—40x40 biuldmg Warehouse or other occupancy. Call Walter Hyde. 1269 after 6 p.m. tf MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—^Washings and ironings to do in my home. Call 1465. - 8-28 FOB TIN CAN and rubbish removal. Also light hauling. Call John Shores. 3843-J3 or 1561 -W. 8-38 IRONINGS to do in my home. Fast service 'At rear of 810 So. 26th. 8-26 WANTED—^Everyone to use the Free Parking offered by the merchants on the Ace Parking Lot. Just off the Square on Broadway, tf LAWN MOWER grinding, repairing. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge. 811 So. 18th Street. 9-20 PAINTING—^Inside and outside. Do good work, reasonablt. Phona 28S9-W. Erva Boswea 8-23 TIN CAN and rubbish hauling. Phone Phone 3170-J. 0-11 DEAD STOCK WANTED—Phone collect. Harrr Smith. Kcenei. m. 68 Wood- iawn. Dale Bstes. 831 Mt. Vernon. tt WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BOY—Male bird dog. Must be well trained. Phone 4264 after 6 p, m. 8-27 WANT TO BOY—A few contracts for Deeds. Give particulars of Purchasers payments, location of property and title holder In first letter. Address P. O. Box 133, Mt. Vernon, 111. 8-25 WANTED TO BDY—0sed late model station wagon or sedan delivery car. Write Box 101 c/o Register-News, stating model, mileage and your price. Will pay cash. 8-23 WANTED TO BUY—Good quality 60-pound pigs. CUfford Cherry, Phone 3283-J. 9-2 WANT TO BDY—Good Dairy Cows, fresh or Springers. Will buy feeder shoats, J. V. Anderson, 2008 Perkins. Phone 1368-W. 8-28 FOR RENT APARTMENTS BENT —Modern furnished apartment. Hot water heat complete, garage. Adults. •60. CaU 3312-W. 8-27 lOB BENT — 3-room modern furnished apartment. Lights and water furnished. Front entrance. $45 month. 820 No. 7th. Phone 865-W. 8-25 FOR RENT—All modern 4-room furnished house, with fireplace. 5 miles southeast Mt. Vernon on Rt. 460. $45.00 per month. Phone 2420. U FOR BENT—Nice 3-room furnished cottage. Lights and water furnished. Bath. Adults. 2408 Cherry. 8-26 FOR BENT—4-room all modern duplex, wired for electricity: gas: also television aerial. Inquire 604 So. 16th. 8-37 FOR RENT—4-room house, pantry, east. just out of city limits. Priced reasonable. Phone 3631. 8-23 FOR RENT—5-room house, water and Ughts. af 1008 North 10th. Inquire at 514 No. 5th. 8-25 ROOMS FOR RENT—L.irge sleeping room to working girl. 409 North 9th street. S-25 NICE large, clean sleeping room. Private bath and entrance, close in. Will rent to man or working ladies. 206 So.6th. tf FOR RENT—One Sleeping Room In private home. Gentleman preferred. 325 No. 8th. Phone 511. 8-25 FOB RENT—To Gentleman. Comfortable, modern bed room, close in on quiet street. Phona 138-J. tf NICE desirable, large, modem sleeping rooms, double or single. Phona 4018. 426 No. 9th. • tf FOB BENT—Sleephij room, IH blocks north of Square. Ladiea. Phona 8398-J. U MISCELLANEOUS FOB BENT—Steel building. Can be used aa warehouse or store room. Apply Illinois Hotel. tf FOE RENT—Office rooms: also building 20x40, close in, ground floor, good street. Phone 2205-W. 8-23 FOR RENT Modern Office Rooms Air Cooled Call 4242 or 753 CARNAHAN FLOOR SERVICE — Floor sanding, rental sanders. linoleum, asphalt and rubber floor tiles. Phona 4056. 1812 H Perkins, across from shoe factory 8-23 FOR BENT—Office space, north dds of Square. Call Harold Watson. 894 tf FLOOR SANDING, floor tile. plasUe wall tile Free estimate Satisfaction guaranteed. Phona Raymond Edmiaon, 4658-JZ or Roy Hays. 2827.J. « FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS VOSi SALE—Clarinet; girls 26-Inch bicycle; 100 bales of straw. Hiram Adams. Dahlgren. 8-26 • yOB RENT—^Modern 4-room apartment, unfurnished, outside entrance. Automa- tie heat and water furnished. Adults. 2234 Caaey. Bus atop. Phone 3ee4-J. 8-28 FOK RBNT—^Tlnfumished apartment, 8 rooms and bath, modern except heat. $26.00 per moilth. 1017-A So. 10th St.. Phone 964 or 607. 8-28 FOR RENT— 2 —3-room apartments with private bath. Call i777-J. 1504 Main atreet. tf FOR RENT—Modern 3-room apartment, unfurnished, newly decorated, close in. Call 2976-W. 8-23 FOR RENT—Furnished 2-room apartment, upstairs at 900 North. Call 56e-J. tf FOB RENT—2-room furnished apartment, private bath. Inquire 1006 Oakland after B p.m. •' 8-23 MODERN furnished apartment. Private bath, ground floor, $50.00. West Broadway. Phone 880-J or 780. tf FOR RENT 120 N. 14th—8 rooms modern. 317 8. 9th—2 rooms modem. 712 Jordan—2 rooms modern. Phone 400 or 48 ' JULIA RUTHERFORD FOB BENT—3-room apartment. Modem except heat. Furnished or unfurnished. West location. Phone 2176-J. tf FOB RENT—^Unfurnished apartment. 2 rooms and kitchenette. Hot water and stoker heat, furnished. Private entrance and bath. North 12th. Adults. Call 295. tf LARGE and small. All modern. Furnished. Private baths. Frlgidairei*. Fan-cooling »tem. Ill North 16th. 1177. 8-25 FOB RENT—3-room furnished apartment. 1101 So. 12th. Phone 2280-W. tf FOB BEST—3-room unfurnished apartment. Phone 3700. • 8-25 LARGE all modem 3-room and bath apartment unfurnished. Newly decorated, automatic hot water and heat furnished. Choice apartment in an all modem apartment building. Excellent location. Call 1643-W after B p.m. tf FOB RENT—3-room unfurnished apartment, $20. per month, elderly couple preferred. 1010 Forest. 8-23 FOB BENT—2-room furnished apartment Electric refrigerator. gas.> 616 So. 17th Phona 2127-W. tf fOB BENT—3-room unfurnished apart ; ment, front and re'ar entrance. Near Wesley Church, Phone 4638. Mrs, Pearl Hutchinson. tf FOR. SLBST—i room anfumlshud apart' 'ment. Semi-modern, newly decorated, on bus tine 2 blocks from High School. 6 hlo^ka from Squve, Phone ^208-J. tf New life for old linoleum/ with protective hi-lustre Glaxo plastic type coating. Douglas Drug. 8-29 TREAT rugs right, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Fina Foam. Easy to use. Benoist Brots. 8-29 PUBINA DOG CHOW Builds Condition- It's a Square Meal, a favorite, a real treat for any dog. Rljey Produce. 216 So. lHh. tf FOR SALE—^Parking by the day or week. Ace Parking Lot, off S. E. Corner Square on Broadway. tf TEN DAY AUGUST CLEANER SALE Trade in your old sweeper on a Hoover Cleaner. Double Trade In Allowance. .Floor Model Sale in progress. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. 8-26 FOB SALE—^Wheel chair, good condition, cheap. O. S. Williams, Rt. 4, Mt. Vernon. Phone 3851-W2. 8-26 FOB SALE—Hartman wardrobe trunk. Phone 2939-W. 1303 Main street 8-33 FOR SALE—^Binoculars, gun cases, shot runs, rifles and pistols. Shells, hunting clothes. Johnson outboard motors. Bunk beds, pressure well pumps, tractor funnels, foot lockers and paints. Dobbs Army Store. 8-23 FOB SALE—Uncollapsible baby carriage, high chair, bathinette. rocking horse, small tricycle. 411 So. 15th. Call afternoon Saturday. 8-23 FOR SALE—^Turtle neck T-shirts, winter coats, wool blankets. Paratroopers boots, driller boots, engineer boots. Dobbs Army Store. 8-23 FOR SALE—Mahogany secretary desk, 8- piece Duncan Phyle dining suite. Phone 587. 8-26 FOE SALE— 1951 Superten Outboard Motor, like new and 12 ft. Speedliner boat. See John L. Foster at State Tubercular Sanitarium. 8-23 FOR SALE— 12 ft. Frigldaire. 2-door. Price $135.00. Phone 1105 or 1050. 8-23 FOR SALE—Walnut Duncan Phyfe drop- leaf dining table, 4 ladder-back chairs. Stationary laundry tubs. Call 1032. 8-23 FOR SALE—Filtered drinking water, 1150 gallon tank. Phona 3810-J4. Wilbur Jones, Rt. 3. 9-18 FOR BAU:— CwD »lato rwtanJWt llztnrM. Phona 466. « FOB SALE—Coal, all grades. Cinders, mine shale, sand, gravel. Contract driveway and road building. Call 4014-J. Vance Skinner. 9-13 TROPICAL FISH sn« aqtiarlum suppUeal Visit our showroom "On The Square." Mary Jane Studio. 906 Main. B -4 FOB SALE—1050 Plymouth DeLuxe Club Coupe. Private owner. Will sacrafice for cash. Runs and looks like new. No better buy on the market. M mile east of Camp Ground. 3rd house south. Fred Bayne Phone 3960-W2. tl Need A Car or Truck? Rent m C%r or PIcknp Truck by tbe hour, d»y. week or commer- ciaL New cars and tncks, MTa VERNON RENT-A-CAR CO. New Location — 801 Jordaa Phone 4078— Nlcht Pbone 4187 CLEAN DSED eara bonrkt and eeld. Trade, Terms Moore Motora WaltoariUa Road at 12th Ph 8963- W tt BEAUTY SHOP MACHINE Permanents $4.60: Cold Waves $5.00. $6.00. $8.50, $10.00. 306 So. 11th St. Phone 1414. Glamour Beauty Shop 9-3 6 -ROOM oil heater, used two seasons, excellent condition. Cost SI 39. Now $80. Geo. R. Daniels. Bluford. HI. 8-27 FOR •OTTLK* GA*. stove (aMallatlana. Phana 1134, R Kinmao. Benton Road, Mt Taraea. HI Dealer foi' PUR GAS. «f RADIO & RADIO SERVICE RADIO SCNVICB — CALL 3tt — FRKC PICKUP AND OCLIVCRY Wa refair antf aarraat any radia lallyra In asaardanaa with madarn snflnaerlng prinalplaa. The result la a iKaranlaad satlsfaatary lob. Art Faalharstun. lilt •raa'way. Tubaa tasted free af aharfl* M ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES USED RADIO — A few vary teed aenaoM medals And takia medals. Priced far «uick sale. Fcatharttan'a 1111 •roadway. tf REFMGXRATIOn SCRTtCR en all nakaa refrlraratora and air eonditloa equip- osant Fml Skacce Pheaa 1487 U TACmm CIJSANKRS are ear only bnal- aeaa Maw and need Parte, serrlcak any make We rent eieanara. Phooa 1B13. City Hal) Bldf O • Bnford tf WRINCEK ROLLS far any washer. Mrlna In eld rells fer wrintar. Featherstyn'a Radie Salea. 1112 araadway. Free pickup and delivery. Phana 112. M GOOD DSRD appUaaeet- Refriraratora. Oaa StoTaa, Blectfie Btovaa. Ceroseae Stovee, Radloa Televlslop Sata From tS.OO Boy on Ba«T Terma Ooodyaar Sarrlea Ston, Phonea 1101 or 1003 tf WELDING ACETYLENE and Electric Welding. Boiler Repairs, Fuel Tanks. Ornamental Fences. Clark's Welding Service. Phone 3393. 1108 So. 10th atreet. 8-8 CHICKS WOODLAWN PENNANT CHICKS—Hatching New Hampshirea and White Rooks each Tuesday. "Dixie Better Feeds" and Poultry Supplies. Woodlawn Hatchery, Phone 2271, tf BAB7 'CHICKS—Poultry Supplies Wayne Feeds. Salsbury 'i and Lederle Medicines. Do not neglect those Growing Pullets Mt VernoD Hatchery 1016 Casey Ave Phone 101 tf FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE—New U.S. Challenge Grain Elevators. Laverne Barnard. Phone 2541. Wayne City, 111. 9-3 New and used Allis-Chalmers all-crop harvesters: used Case, Massey Harris, and M & M Combines priced right Sew Allis- Chalmers and New Idea one row corn pickers. 1961 VAC Case and Cultivator, price $1250.00: J D "B" and Cultivator $600.00, good tires, motor, and paint. Ben Kull Imp. Co. Shelbyvim. Illinois. 8-28 FOR SALE—Machinery, new and used Massey-Harris Clipper Combines. 6' P.T.O. Lclan Carr. Waltonville Road. 0-16 FURNITURE NEW and USED furniture. We buy, sell and trade. West Side Furniture. 1812 Perkins. Phone 4441. 9-3 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ELBERTA PEACHES—$2.00 bushel. Now ripe at Sumners orchard. Well sprayed, good quality, fertilized. Pick your own. Bring containers. Open early, until Late. 4 miles east Route 15 to Camp Ground, 6 miles north or come ToUe Road. tf FOR SALE—Improved Concord grapes. North on 37 11 miles to Waddel's fiUing station, then 2 miles west. Rex Price. 8-29 FOR SALE—Corn, $1.75 bushel: also oats $1.00 bushel—northern grown. Mrs. Fred CampbeU. Ewing, lU. RFD. 8-29 THE new Roach Filmi with chlordane leaves an invisible film. Kills roaches and ants. Douglas Drug. 8-29 CHOICE Hale and Elberta Peaches. All picked and sprayed. WUkersons, 1506 So. 10th St. 8-28 FOR SALE—Concord Grapes. WilUam Jenkins. One fourth mile east of Opdyke on Cemetery road. 8-23 FOB SALE—Concord Grapes starting Saturday, at 201 Castlelon Ave. Phone 1173-J. U. W. Melton. 8-23 FOR SALE—Concord Grapes. 1 mile east of Texico or H mile north. H mile west of Field Consolidated School. Kelley Whitlock. 8-23 PEACHES—$1 bushel. Pick them yourself. R. A. Willoughby. Cravat, HI. 8-27 ASCORBIC acid to prevent peach brown. ing. We have it. Livingston's Drug Store Phone 1100. 8-25 ELBERTA and Hale peaches. One mile north of Texico. Bring your containers. Doke Hawkins. tf LARGE ELBERTA peaches. H mile north of Dix. No Sunday sales. Jesse E. McBride. tt PEACHES — Elbertas, $2.00 bushel. Bring containers, pick your own. Baird's Orchard. 2 miles east, V4 mile north of Kell. tf PEACHES—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 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 PEACHES—AU grades. Apg. 16 to 26th at R. A. Willoughby peach shed. 8 miles east of Irvington and one mlla southeast of Cravat on gravel road. 8-27 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—30 head sheep. 80 lambs, ewes: all young ones. Terry Webb, 2 -niH^s east Bonnie on Spring Garden road. • 8-26 FOR SALE—Reasonable, cattle any size. Steers for your locker. Phone 3886-W4. tf. SALE—to Head Purebred Hampshire bred gilts At Princeton Fairgrounds, Princeton, Ind. Wednesday night. August 37, 1052. 7:00 p.m. Wabash Valley Hampshire Breeders Association. 8-26 FOR SALE—Four 2 year old Oxford rams; 3 registered Spotted Poland bred sows. Homer Moore. Bluford. 111. 8-23 FOR SALE—Durocs. boars, gilts and weaning pigs. Clarence Stroud, Tolle Road. Phono 3008-W3. 8-26 .CFHOLSTEBIMO and BUpcovera, Also cue- torn made furniture Free estimates Free pick up and delivery within 70 mile radlua. Office hours 0:00 a m. —6:00 p. m Uon day through BVlday Saturday 0:00 a 12:30 p. m. "Satisfaction Guaranteed." ArtlsUo DphoUterlng, 1701 So. 10th, Phone 1702. tt ^ rOR '.&SMTn^-room apartment nnfum- iab'ed. Dtivate bath. E^ont and l}»ck en- IraQcp. 9 children allowed. ptiUtiet unpaid, ' gbon <».ieti .-J. >35.00 mont|i. 9-11 8 ROOM tnniltbed or onfohiiibed apartment. Nawly deeoratad, ,'platter walla, •tokar beat, regiiteri tn I every room. 1106% 8ou(* lOth. nop* or «M3-W. «t rOB SALE —Tired of Ironini with yonr heayy weight Ironr Trade It ID todw en a new Steam Featherweight Iron at Faath orstun's Most all brands oo diaplay tf FOB BALE—100 lb. wUU flotir bail, SOc •ach. Hawkln* Bakatv. tf AUTOMOTIVES FOR TRADE—'37 Chevrolet truck for a tr»ctor. OaU 761B. 8-28 FOR SALE— t head registered yearling Oxford Rams. North of bus station. Be at home until 7:30 a.m. Fred Tucker. Ashley, ni., R. R. 2. e-23 MOVING WALTER HUGHES—^Local and state-wide moving, experienced and equipped. 114 No. 6th Street—Phons 2600. 8-18 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BARGAINS tn anything Musical. FeBtea'a Mualo Serrice. 300 So. 4th. Phona 1663. 0-13 PETS SPECIAL lor Friday and Saturday only— Toy .Manchester puppies. $20.00 each. Registered Toy Fox Terrier puppies. $35.00 each. Canary aingers $8,00 each. Happy's Pet Shop. 8-23 DOGS BOARDED—Coo) individual pens. Mae Callander. Phone 609-J tf DOGS BOARDED — Groomed, sheared and bathed Will call for and deliver Happy 's Pet Shop. No, 26th and Rlehview road Phone 428S. « STOVES FOR SALE—Kenmore White Enamel table top oil stove, used only short time. Coal Circulator. Both cheap lor quick sale. 20B So. 6th. tf FOB SALE—New Perfection Oil Stove, with oven, throe burners. Call 3004-W4. 8-20 / REAL ESTATE HOUSES WILL TRADE 1049 DeSoto Sedan for equitv in city property or good trailer. Phone 2447-JT. ' 8-29 FOR SALE OR RENT—Good 6-room house in Bonnie. Close to school. Phone 3942-J4. 8-33 FOB SALE OR TRADE—Extra good 3 bedroom home. Sun parlor, 7 rooms. 1 Vi bath. Recently remodeled. 2 blocks Hotel Emmerson and High School. Would consider small home or car as down payment. Balance monthly. Earl Garrison, Res. Ph. 3540-J. Business 3616. 8-25 FOR SALE—6-room house. 8 acres. 1H miles from city on Brownsville Road. H mile from school CaU 448, tf FOR SALE BY OWNER—Good 5-room dwelling, extra large lot, fine shade. mile south Wagner Electric on highway. Newly decorated, immediate possession. Terms if desired. Phone 1523 or 2528. U FOR SALE—5-room house, garage, wash house, full lot. Joe Atchison. 1703 So. 16th. 8 -23 LOOKING FOB 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 NEW AND USED ALL MODERN HOUSE TRAILERS FOR SALE. CENTRAX PONTIAC CO.. 221 W. BROADWAT. CEN- TRAUA. ILL. tf FARAAS FOR SALE FOB SALE—48 acre farm. Land limed: 6 room house, built in cabinets, water in house, barn, hen and brooder house. Has electric, coal and utilities house, on black top road: school bua line. 18 miles south Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Fred Campbell. Ewing, 111. RFD. • 8-29 FOR SALE—S3 acre farm. 6 miles west. and 2 miles south, oil road. 1/3 mineral rights. Good house, electricity, 1/3 crops. Cash or terma. Kay Phelps, Woodlawn. 111. 8-23 120 ACRES farm land, no Improvements. About half timber, in Jefferson county, Rome Township,. 2 miles east Boyd sec- lion 22 and 27. Louis G. Buettner, 412 Monroe. St. Charles, Mo. 8-26 FOR SALE—^120 acres, Farrington Township, 60 'acres good com. Will sell separate. Reduced price if sold at once. 1952 C. A. AUis tractor and equipment, like new, if farm is sol* Gravel road being built. Terms. Lambert Greenwalt, 223 No. Lincoln. Centralia, HI. 8-25 OFFICE EQUIPMENT WHEN rOU NEED Adding Machines. Calculators. Ditto Duplicators, Office Furniture, Filing Cabinets or any Office Equipment, Machines or Office Supplies— CaU VEBL SKINNER 4681. 806 Broadway, 9-12 SHAW 9ALKER deiki, filee and fireproof tiling cabinota displayed at our warehouse showroom See them, feci them and get delivery now from Southern Illinois' largest office aupply dealer Call 869. UtUea Office SnppUea. tf BETTER BE Meslef Safe than Sorry I See tha Hoaler 4-hour and 2 -honr safes on display at oat warehouse. Tour local dealer knows your problems beat. CaU 369. Littles Office SuppUea. tf FRIDEM Calealatora new on sale at Lit- tlea Office SuppOiaa. CaU 369 for eales and service Come In and see Frlden. the think Ing machine of American badnese. South em niinoia' largest aupply and fnmlture dealer. Uttlea Office SuppUaa tf TES. you're only a matter at feet from your neareat office aupply etore— Pick np your phona for anythlnc yon need— Call 369. Southern IlUnoia' largeat^offiee supply dealer, and we'U deUver NOW I UtUes Office SuppUea Hotel Emmeratt Bldg. tf DO TOO MEED addint maehlnea. Calcnla- tore, DupUeatore. Office r 'nmlture. Fil tnc Cabinata. or any efflea equipment, ma­ ehlnea or office suppIieaT Call yonr local dealer. Uttiea Office SuppUea. 868. U MISCELLANEOUS MOT. RESPONSIBLE for any debts other than my own. Cora Muir Shehorn. 8-26 NOTICE—^I will not be responsible for debts other than those made by myself. Mrs. Ruth E. Berst. 8-26 CAR WASHING $1.60 and Vacuum cleaned Ace Parking lot, off 8. E. Corner Square on Broadway. tf FOR POST HOLE diffflnjr.Fhone 8867-Jl. Lelao CaiT. WaltonvUle Road. 9 -6 DR. JOHIf W. WILLIAMS. Optometrist, lie North 10th St.. Mt. Vernon, ni. 1-10.6S MEW HBARIMQ Aids aa low aa S7&.00 Batterlaa. WilUama Jewelry, 116 No. 10th, Mt. Temon. 1-16-53 MABIOM LODQB Mo. 18. IX>.OJ'. meets every Tneeday. 7:80 p. m„ 12] No lOth ridtinf brethera welcome. RsfreShments. tf PE^SOMAUZBD BwUenary — Tour aame or •tonetram imprinted with eur new machine 24-hoar aarviee Aa low as 7ae per boa. Paraoaalised bridfe earda. napkins and many other items. Little's Office SuppUea. tJaunaraoB Ketal Bldg tt MOnOB —Complete weU driUlat and water aratem iBatallaUea and aervieee Haynss * Schea R R> 1. Geft. ni. Phone 8166. Fairfield. tf LOST LOST—Baby gold ring on chain, between Taylor and Broadway on 9th. Reward. CaU 884-J. 8-25 LOST—"Tim" Registered Chihuahua — blaok, tan and white. Age P months; weight 6 lbs. Reward. 1608 IsahelU Ave. Phone 18^. S-25 LOST— ^Little all brown Dachshund dog. Bring to MitcheU Furniture Store. Reward. 8-28 910 REWARD for return of small bobtailed brown male dog. Lost south of town two weeks ago. Phone 188-W. 8-23 OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE 5c lUNDLE READS OVER BOTH SHOULDERS—Eddy Merky. in Frankfurt, Germany, has the answer tor people who don't buy their own nc'\ spapcrs and subsequently have to strain their necks to read sr • "s -'s. Eddy demonstrates his way on a park fence. Yep—ho's a circus performer. MINOR CRASHES HERE YESTERDAY Two minor accidents, including a hit-and-run case, occurred in Mt. Vernon Friday. Last night an unknown hit-and- run driver struck a parked car owned by Earl Wells of this city, at 12th near Broadway. Cars driven by Lela Belford, 904 Taylor, and Billie Hamlin. 1609 south 13th, figured in a minor collision yesterday. About 250,000 beetles have been catalogued in museums, says the National Geographic Society. IN MEMORIAM In lovinr memory of our little son Gary Lee Sutton, who left us suddenly 6 years a?o. God Jiathrred .vou. ur precious bud And carried .vou away, and now Tou are a (lower in the Master's bouquet We didn"! get to say goodbye, I rue.'s he thouirhi it best: For such A shock ,is losinc you Sure put us through a test. We 11 do our be^t to carry on .\nd try Hi,« will to do and then, .•Jnme d ,iy He will call us home. Where aeain wo will be with you. Sadly niipsed by: MR. and MRS. HAZEL SUTTON and family CHURCHES SEND HELP OVERSEAS By Assecisttd Presi NEW YORK — Church World Service says it has shipped §2,187739 worth of goods — some 6,679,923 pounds of food, clothing, medicine and other articles — to Europe and Asia during the first seven months of 1952. The service is the overseas relief arm of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U. S. A. The textile and apparel industries consume over seven millions tons of bituminoum coal per year. The National Geographic Society claims Napoleon once told his brother Joseph: 'If we are forced to flee to America, I should choose a place between Philadelphia and New York and on the Delaware River, in order to get news by packet." Coal-carrying self-unloading lake vessels can discharge their cargoes at the rate of 2,100 tons per hour. T. B. RUSSELL AUCTIONiaEB Land, Furniture. Fann. Phone Mt. V. 127. 170 Hoyleton, Satisfaction Kuaranteed. All aalea broadcast over WMDi, PACKAGE LIQUOR WINE AND BEER By Bottle or Oasa Get Them From THE WOODEN INDIAN Free Delivery Phone 100 or 708 FOR SALE BV OWNER 9 room home, modern except heat, conveniently arranged in 2 apartments, 2 complete baths, corner lot, double garage. Very reasonable. NARVIN OREEN Phone 2666-W — 001 So. 12th Bulldozing, Land Clearing Exeavitino, Pends. Lskas, Basamcntt. Read •uilding Grading. Winch Cats SEE PHONE ar WRITE JOHN J. OSLAOEB TRANSPORl CO. Waltonvllla RaM Mt Varnan. III. Phana tit* FOR RENT A fine selection of modern office suites, store rooms and industrial buildings and locations in Mt. Vernon and Herrin. We will be glad to show you. SEE George W. Howard Jr. Phone 94 or Harold J. Howard Phone 176 open house #^g»»fiiilliiSSi:liiiil«ii NUMBER 20,•NORTH HIGHLAND PLACE Sunday, Aug. 24th-2:00 to 5:00 p. m. You are cordially invited to visit and inspect this spacious, excellently designed and beautifully decorated residence, in finest location north. This fine home consists of large living room, dining room, three bedrooms, and two halls, all fully carpeted, kitchen and one and one-half baths, Ceramic tiled, with rubber tile floors. Unusually convenient utility room, and two-car garage. Fine lot, landscaped and planted. You will be delighted with the large rooms, wonderful cabinets, abundance of big, roomy closets, picture windows, fireplace, mirrored walls in baths, automatic heat, garbage disposal, and every other modern feature conducive to comfortable and gracious living. Constructed by one of Mt. Vernon's outstanding builders, and offered for sale by this Real Estate Firm, you can have full confidence in the integrity of workmanship and finish in this beautiful home. VIRGIL T. BAILEY 10th & Harrison INC. Phone 4380 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 . . . CLrP 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. EJnclose your money, stamps or check with the form and mail to: CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT In Care of THE REGISTER NEWS -Cash Rates For Classified Advertising- 2 Times 4 Timet 6 Time* 12 Times 1 Month 15 WORDS ....$ .75 $1.25 $1.50 $2.50 $5.00 16 WORDS 80 1.33 1.60 2.66 5.30 17 WORDS ... • «>85 1.41 1.70 2.82 5.60 18 WORDS 90 1.49 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 ..«^. 1-30 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 9.50 MINIMCM CHARGE—75c for two Insertions. IN MEMORIAM—10c per line. Minimum charge 75c OBITUARIES—Ic per word. Minimum charge 75c. CARD OP THANKS—15c per line. Minimum charge 75c 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 . . "The More You Tell—the Quicker You Sell!" *BUY! *RENT! •SELL! •TRADE! * • • Write One Word To The Line The More You Tell-the Quicker You Sell!

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