Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 28, 1952 · Page 15
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, fLLINOIS ts CLA:« I »:$IFIED PA«;E .^Classified ads Must be in by 12:00 o'clock noon to Guarantee Publication the Same Day — Saturday up to II :00 a. m. WANTED HELP WANTED WANTED—Two men with tniok to cut oil mine prop* on the shares. If Interested. Write P. O. Box 106. Mt. Verrion, 1,1. 8-30 Tt ZSTED—Salesmen to sell Nation's No. 1 (THERMOSEAL) Combination Storm Sash and Screens. Some leads furnished. Write Box 16. HoXIman, 111. '8-4 WANTED—Neat, clean, courteous curb ffirl to worh days, after Sept. 2. Apply In person. No phone calls please. Myrle •Dd Jean's Drive-ln on Pcrltins. tl SKILLED and UNSKILLED NEEDED IN CATERPILLAR'S ^ JOLIET PLANT \mm^d\Qte Openings For Arc Welders Weld Helpers Material Handlers 40-Hour Week For Complete Details Contact Your Nearest State Employment Office Or Coterpillor Tractor Co. %\ JOLIET, ILL. Personnel Office Open Monday Thru Saturday PRIVATE SECRETART—Girl with experience to work with busy executive of lonB-estabUshed local concern. Peinianent position. Fascinating worlt with rapidly fToirins orranizatioD. Opportunity lor ad- vancsment Shorthand and lyplns required, but most of all we want someone who has •bility and Intelligence to nee own initia- Mtb and relieve executive of important de- Mils. Write giving tuU personal informa- ^on, experience and salary desired. All replies confidential. Box L. P. c/o Reg-ister- News. 8-30 WANTED EXPERIENCED SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT Steady Work LEE BADGETT TEXACO SERVICE STATION 11th & Bdwy • •/FICB HELP —For secretarial and bookkeeping position. Apply in own handwriting giving aualiticationB. experience, and references. Write Box 28 c/o Register- News. WANTED—Experienced waitress. Apply in person. Blue Goose Cafe. 8-38 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SAIyES -MINDED? Sales aptitude tests griv- en free. Evaluate yourself on a scientifically sound proven basis. Our methods have proven 95 per cent correct with Large Sales companies. Perhaps you are one of jMe thousands of men and women that ^rave been wasting your time in other professions; or you may be presently engaged in sales work and would like to improve yourself. Write today—without obligations P. O. Box 21, Mt. Vernon, 111. tf OIL OPERATORS AND PRODUCERS: Will exchange cash or casing for partnership in oil-producing properties. Also interested in wildcat leases and in actual or contemplated drilling operations. Box Jr. c/o Register-News. 8-30 TOR RENT OR LEASE—40x40 blulding. Warehouse or other occupancy. Call Walter Hyds. 1269 after 6 p.m. tf MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—Baby sitting and housework. Will not be going to school. Phone 4.T.;4. 8-29 . _— ^ • — . —— WANTED—House Painting, inside or outside. Work guaranteed. Phone 4218-M »fter 5 p.m. 8-30 WANTEli—Riders to Pelersburjf, Va., by service man leaving Sat., Aug. 30. Call 3334-W before 7 p.m. 8-28 FOR CESSPOOL and Septic Tank Cleaning, Phone 889. Benton, 111. Free Inspection. ^ 9-3 WANT TO RENT—4 or 5 room modern unfurnished apartment In good neighborhood. Mother and 21-year-oId son. Can furnish references. Mrs. R'eba Wilson. Ph. 3301-J. 8-28 FOR RENT TAINTING—inside and outside. Do rood work, reasonable. Phons S889-W. Erva Boswell. 8-30 WANTED—Washings and ironings to do In ray home. Call 1466. 8-38 rOR TIN CAN and rubbish removal. Also light hauling. Call John Shores. 3843-J3 or 1651-W. 8-28 WANTED—Everyone to use the Free Parking offered by the merchants on the Ace Parking Lot. Just off the Square on Broadway, tf • AWN MOWER grinding, repairing, KEYS H ( made, looks repaired. A. S. Hodge. 811 So. 18th Street. 9-30 DEAD STOCK* WANTED—Phone collect Burr Smith. Eeenes. lU. 66 Wood- U»B. DaJ* Eatea. 331 Mt. Terpoo. tf WANTED TO BUY WANT TO BUY-^^ot glass candy floor case. Call 2500. 8-29 WANTED TO BU>—Male bird dog. Must be well trained. Phone 4264 after 6 p. m. 8-27 r^E WANT to buy your scrap iron, old stoves, furnaces, rags, batteries, radiators, copper, brass, lead. Top prices. Truck pickup. Phone 1885. Dagg Junk Yard, 210 Casey. 9-36 APARTMENTS ALL MODERN apartment, furnished or unfurnished, stoker heat. Phone 1339. 9-2 WANTED TO BUY—Good quaUty 50-pound pigs. Clifford Cherry, Phone 3283-J. 9-3 WANT TO BUY—Good Dairy Cowi, fresh or Springers. Will buy feeder shoats. J. V. Anderson. 3008 Perkins. Phone 1363-W. 8-28 WANTED TO RENT WANTED—To rent 4-room unfurnished house In West S^lem school district. Rea- fl .*nable. Phone 3ia3-M. 8-30 FOR RENT—.1-rod*n modern apartment, upstairs, close In'. Newly decorated. Ph. 2070-W. 8'30 FOR RENT—Modern 4«toom unfurnished apartment, oil heat furnished. Recently decorated, private bath. Large rooms and ample closet space, only $40 per month. Downtown—over Hunt's Coffee Shop. Ph. 3700 or 3198-JX.' 8-39 FOR RENT—^Modern -unfurnished apartment. Oil heat and water furnished. Ph. 1623-WX. 9-4 WANTED TO RENT—Will pay 3 months In advance for 3-room furnished apartment "mVa. rarage. Phone 3447-JZ. 8-29 FOR RENT—4-room unfurnished apartment. Modern except heat, ground floor. B blocks from Square. Phone 3500. tf FOR RENT— 3-ream modern duplex apart- msnl in new home. Nicely furnished, near new hospitals. Phen* 3153.W. 8-29 FOR RENT—4 or 6-rdom apartment about Sept. 1st. Newly decorated. 317 Main. 8-20 FOR RENT—3-room apartment, nice, clean furnished. Utilities paid, adults. Phone 3107. 9-3 FOR RENT—2-room furnished apartment. Private entrance. 1206 So. 12th. 8-39 FOR RENT — 3-room modern furnished apartment. Llphts and water furnished. Front entrance. $46 month. 820 No. 7th. Phone 855-W. 8-29 FOR RENT—3-room furnished apartment. Private bath and entrance. Utilities paid. 520 So. 20th. Phone 2327-W after 6 p.m. 8-28 FOR RENT — Modern 2-room furnished apartment, electric refrigeration, Near high school. 404 So. 7th. . 8-30 FOR RENT 120 N. 14th—8 rooms modern. 317 S. 9th—2 rooms modem. 712 Jordan—2 rooms modem. Phone 400 or 48 JULIA RUTHERFORD FOR RENT—3-room apartment, furnished or unfurnished, 2nd floor; also one room and kitchenette, adults. 1213 Main. Phone 1118-J. tf FOR RENT—t-room furnished apartment. garage. Sept. to June. Preferably to teacher. Phone 1056-W. 8-30 UPPER 2-room and lower 3-roohi furnished apartmpnt. Private, dean, good heat. Phone 2472. 8-28 FOR RENT—3-room apartment, 3 blocks from Square. 704 Main. Phone 4268. 8-30 FOR RENT—3 room modern duplex apartment in new home. Nicely furnished, near new hospitals. Phone 3153-W LARGE and small. AH modern. Furnished. Private baths. Frigldaires. Pan-cooling system. Ill North 15th. 1177. 8-30 FOR RENT—Two 2-room apartments; 1- room apartment: sleeping room, modern. 310 So. 11th. 8-28 FOR RENT—Modern 4-rooro apartment. unfurnished, outside entrance. Automatic heat and water furnished. Adults. 2334 Casey. Bus stop,. Phone 3554-J. 8-38 FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment. 3 rooms and bath, modern except heat. $25.00 per month. 1017-A So. 10th St., Phone 894 or 607. 8-28 FOR RENT—2—3-room furnished apartments with private bath. Call 2777-J. 1504 Main street. tf FOR RENT—Furnished 3-room apartment, upstairs at 900 North. Call 658-J, « MODERN furnished apartment. Private bath, ground floor. $50.00. West Broadway. Phone 860-J or 780. tl FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment. 2 rooms and kitchenette. Hot water and stoker heat, furnished. Private entrance and bath. North 13th. Adults. Call 295 tf FOR RENT—3-room furnished apartment, 1101 So. 12th. Phone 2380-W. tf FOR RENT—4 room unfurnished apartment. Semi-modern, newly decorated, on bus line 2 blocks from High School 6 blocks from Square. Phon» 3309-J- « FOR RENT—3-room apartment, unfurnished, private bath Front and back entrance 2 children allowed DtUitles unpaid Phone 1641-J. $36.00 month. 8-11 FOB RENT— 2-room furnished apartment at 314 So. llth Utilities paid. Adults only Phone 648 or 1681 U MODERN 4-room apartment unfurnished Newly decorated. 2 bedrooms Heat furnished, close in Adults. Q66-J. tf FOR RENT—Modem 4-room •partment. unfurnished Call 2894-J. tf FOR RENT—« room and 6 room nnfnm Isbed apartments 801 Bo 10th. axlulta. Phno* 1268 avenioia U FOR RENT—Parti »11 J furnished apart ment. 12tb and Main Call Harold Watson. 884, tf HOUSES FOR RENT—All modern 6-room house with 2 sun-rooms. Stoker, Electric Hot Water. Located at 801 So. 18th. Phone 390 9-3 FOR RENT-T-S-room house, water and lights, at 1008 North lOlh. Inquire at 514 No. 5th. 9-4 FOR RENT—5-rnoni hoiiBP. modern oil heat, at 900 North 7th. See Homer Shaffer at Camp Ground. 9-3 FOR RENT—Modern 3 bedroom house, unfurnished Located at 30th and Perkins, $00. Phone 780. tf FOR RENT—Modern 3 bedroom home. 31^7 No. 7th St. Phonel965WX. 8-28 FOR RENT—3—3-room furnished apartments with private bath. Call S777-J. 1604 Main street. tf FOR RENT—5-room house, basement, furnace, electricity, and garage with 3 acres of land, fronting south to State Rt. 15, about 13 miles west of Mt. Vernon. E. B. Marshall, 406 S. Linden, Centralla, 111. 8-30 FOR RENT—Ail modern -t-room furnished house, with fireplace. 6 miles southeast Mt. Vernon on Rt. 460. $45.00 per month. Phone 2420. tf ROOMS FOR RENT—Sleeping room, across from Lincoln School. 1701 Oakland. Phone 1683-W. 8-20 FOR RENT—Sleeping room, first floor. adjoining bath. Stoker heat, garage. Ladles. 2618-W, 1603 College. 9-3 FOR RENT—To Gentleman. Comfortable. modern bed room, doss in on quiet, street. Phone 138-J. tf FOR RENT—Nice large sleeping room (meals optional). Private entrance and bath. Block from Field and Junior High School. One or (wo ladies or couple. Phone 1406 alter 6 p.m. tf NICE desirable, large, modern sleeping rooms, double or single. Phone 4018 426 No. 9th. tf FOR RENT—Sleeping room. \Vt blocks •orth of Squar*. Ladies Pbon* 3388-J. tf MISCELLANEOUS CARNAHAN FLOOR SERVICE — Flois sanding, rental senders, linoleum, asphalt and rubber floor tiles. Phone 4056. 18131/4 Perkins, across from shoe factory. 9-26 FOB RENT —Steel building. Can be used as warehouse or store room. Apply Illinois Hotel. tf FOR RENT Modern Office Rooms Air Cooled Call 4242 or 753 CLEAM 08ED eart b«o>*t and said Trad*. Terra* Mocr* Motor*. WaltoBTlU* koad at IStli V\ a8 »l-W U BEAUTY SHOP DON'T overlook this number—-3031 for your half price school permanent. Evenings by appointment. 8-30 MACHINE Permanent* $4.60; Cold Wavea $6.00. $6.00. $8.60. 510.00. 305 So. llth St. Phono 1414. Glamour Beauty Shop . B-3 CHICKS FRYERS —Speda] price. OTer i'A lbs. at 30c lb. 3 to 3H ibw. 36c lb, STARTED PULLETS 7&C to $1.26 aach. Hinrich Hatchery. Phone 3144-J. 8-30 WOODLAWN PENNANT CHICKB—Hatch- Inr New Hampshire* and White Bock* each Tuesday. "Dixie Better Feed*" and Poultry Supplies. Woodlawn Hatchery. Phono 2271. ' M BAB7 CHICKS—Peultrr SuppUe* Wayne Feed*. BaUbury'* SDd Lederls Medidnea Do not oetlecl thos* Growln« Pullot* Mt frernoD HatehoiT lOlS Ca*«» At*. Phone 101. »« FARM EQUIPMENT FOB RENT—Office *pac*. north aid* of Square Call Harold Watson. 894 tf FLOOR SANDINO. floor tile. plaaUe waU tile Free estimate Satisfaction ruar- anteea Phone Raymond EdmUon. 4068-JX or Roy Hay*. 2827-J (f *FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS LISTEN—Don't go through another winter without (Thermoseal), nation's No. 1 Aluminum Combination Storm Sash and Screen. Reduce costly fuel bills 1/3. Enjoy draft-free storm proof ventilation. Fingertip control. No more painting and exchanging storm sash and screens. We invite your inquiry. Free estimate. Write Box 16, Hoffman. 111. 9-4 FOR DRINKING water. Phone 3822-Wl or 3621. P. R. Bullock. 9-39 FOR TOP SOIL or fill dirt. Phone 3823-Wl or 3631 P. R. Bullock. 9-39 SINGER Sewing Machine, round bobbin. Portable $42.50. New saddle for sale or trade. Phone 4058-JX. 8-3 FOR SALE—All State 75 amp. Battery Charger. Call 605-W alter 4 p.m. 8-30 FOR RED STEER Blenn & Brlram FertlU- zer. See Lelan Carr, Waltonville Road. 0-10 FOR SALE—Girl's bicycle, for riders 13 yoarssor over. Good condition. Price $18, Phone 3494-W. 8-30 FOR SALE OR TRADE for car: 1946 Harley Davidson, extras, exceptional. Charles Donoho, Rt. 4, City. Phone 3880-W3. 8-38 FOR SALE—Good used Universal Ironer; Also Warm Morning heater with Jacket. See at 1010 Forest. 8-30 FOR SALE—Good 3-yeor-old Polled Hereford bull. $450.00. Yearling Hereford and Guernsey, $105.00; 13 in. walking plow, $7.50. 1 % miles north on County Farm Crossroad. Verner Hamilton. Phone 3831-J4. 8-30 FOR SALE—Several rabbits (does). Also Florenc Table Top Oil Stove. 1013 Prairie. Phone 943. 8-38 SPECIAL—Just received shipment of new laundry bags. White canva?, draw string type, your choice 85c. Dobbs Army Store. 8-29 BLOOilFIELD all wool blankets, army blankets: also Indian blankets. Dobbs Army Store.. 9-9 HUNTERS—Get your clothes, shells, gun. licenses and all sporting needs at Dobbs Army Store. 9-9 NEW B 29 and tanker Jackets, dress Jackets, blue denim Jackets, all sizes. Dobbs Army Store. 0-9 BUNK and folding beds and mattresses. Tarpaulins, all sizes. Dobbs Army Store. 9-9 FOR SALE;—Sea King Outboard Motor, like new. 1108 So. 13th. 8-39 FOR SALE—Corn, $1.7S bushel; also oats $1.00 bushel—northern grown. Mrs. Fred Campbell, Ewing, 111. RFD. 8-29 THE new Roach Filmr with chlordane leaves an invisible film. Kills roaches and ants. Douglas Drug. 8-29 FOR SALE—Com. $1.75 bushel; also oat* $1.00 bushel — northern grown. Mrs. Fred Campbell, Ewing, 111.. RFD. 8-30 FOR SALE—260 White Leghorn hens, 1 year old. 4 miles north of Harmony Store on Marlow Road. Willie Ayers, Texico. 8-28 FOR SALE—3 lots in Scheller with wells. Also good used Bellnap heatrola. N. Rowc, Bonnie Phone 3880-Wl. 8-28 SEWIf/G MACHINES—Special prices for .this week on Electric Consoles. Portables and Treadles. 1606 Harrison. Phona 1681-J 8-38 FOR SALE—Gat Set For Your Fall Sewing. with a new SINGER MACHINE. We Just received a few consoles for only $117.60 and a lew Portables tor $80.50. Easy terms. A sewing course of the latest fashion stitches given FREE with these machines. HURRY! HURRY!—Thay won't Last Long. Singer Sewing Center. 107 No. 10th, Mt. Vernon. 111. 8-28 New hie for old linoleum with protective hl-lustre Glaxo plastic type coaling. Douglas Drug. 8-29 TREAT rugs right, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Fina Foam. Easy to u.>ie. Benolst Brots. 8-29 PURINA DOG CHOW Builds Condition— IVji a Square Meal, a favorite, a real treat for any dog, Riley Produce. 216 So. llth. tf FOR SALE—Parking by the day or week. Ace Parking Lot. off S. E. Corner Square on Broadway. tf FOR SALE—Filtered drinking water. 1160 gallon tank. Phone S810-J4. Wilbur Jones. Rt. 3. 8-13 FOR SALE— Complau roalaaraat Oztnrta Phona 406 tt FOB SALE—Coal, all grades. Cinders, mina shale, sand, gravel. Contract driveway and road building. Call 4014-J. Vance Skinner. 9-13 TROPICAL FISH »ji(J aquarium euppueel Visit our showroom "On Tha Square." Mary Jane Studio 906 Main 0-4 OPHOLSTERINO and Slipcover*. Also eu*- torn made furniture Free eitimatai Free pick up and deUrerj wlthW 70 mil* radiu*. Office hours 0:00 a m.—6:00 p. m Monday through Friday Saturday 8:00 a », 12:30 p. m "Satisfaction Guaranteed." ArttsUe DpholslW'lDg. 1701 So. 10th. Phone 1702. tf FOR SALE—Tired of Ironing with your heavy weight'Iron? Trade It U> todaj on a new Steam Featherweight Iron at Faath erstUD's Most all brands on display tf FOR SALE—100 lb while floor bag*. >0c each. Hawkins Bakarr. tf AUTOMOTIVES FOR SALE—'61 Henry J., excellent condition. 2110 Logan. Phone 1325-J. 9-2 FOR SALE—1949 Hudson 4-door; 1949 Dodge 5 passenger coupe; 1048 Chevrolet 5 passenger coupe; 1049 Ford Tudor; 194B Buick 4-door; 1943 Buicft 4-door; 1941 Chevrolet 3-door. Wc buy. sell or trade. Easy Terms. Barger & Wood Used Cars. 1303 So. 10th. 8-29 FARM MACHINEBT FOR SALE—2 Ute model Woods Bros. Corn pickers (special price) : New Idea 1-row Corn Pickers; IHC 2-row mounted picker, mounts on H or M Tractor: Allls-Chalmers Combine*, including 1 with motor and one 40-inch (special price); Late model IHC "H" Tractor; Used Ford Tractor and Plow: Allls-Chal­ mers W-C Tractor and CultWator; 3 Alli*- Chslmer* W-C Tractor*; 1 AUIs-Chalmer* W-D Tractor: Late model John Deere Field Harvester with corn and hay attachment and Blower; N«* Papec Field Harvester with corn and hay attachment; 1960 Gehl Field Harvester with corn and hay attachment and Blower; 13x7 Fertilher Grain Drills.' New and used discs, plows, mower*, side delivery rakes; 8 ft. Dunham Culti- Mulcher. See our full line of farm machinery. South Side 'ImpIemeDt. The Will Brown Farm. South Edge of Marissa. Illinois. 8 -30 FOR SALE—New 7x14 ft. Wagon Bed; one 3-bottom 14 in. Allls-Chalmers Plow; one 3-sectlon Harrow; one 7 ft. International Disc. Vernon Earls. Waltonville. lU. Rt. 2. 8-30 FOR SALE—(3) three rood used A-8 Case Combines, all In A-1 shape, readr to go. Lang Implement Co.. Bonnie, 111. 8-9 FOB SALE—1949 Case Pick-Up Baler and New Holland Side Delivery Rake, used one year. Good .Suy. See Fred Staggs. Wayne City. 111. 8-2 FOB SALE—1050 Ford Tractor, A-1, priced to sell; 1838 W. C. AUl* with power lift Cultivator, large tires, bargain $350.00; W. C. AUl* Corp Picker, used one season. Sare about half. Famous New Idea one-row Picker, husking reel and rear elevator, only $400.00; 1849 Massey-Harris Combine with motor overhauled.'like new. Don't overlook, this i* a real bargain; I94lfi Alii* Combine, ready to go; All-Steel Flare Wagon Bed; One-horse Wheat Drill with Fertilizer: International 13* Plow, one year old. L. D. Broyle*. Benton Road. 8 -30 FOB SALE—New 0.8. Challenge Grain Elevators. Lavem* Barnard. Phen* 2641, Wayne City. HI. 9-3 FOB SALE—Machinery, new and used Maasey-Barris Clipper Combine*. «' P.T.O. Lelan Carr. WaltonrUl* Road. 9 -16 New and used Allls-Chaln^ all-crop, harvester*: u*ed Case. Masse; Harris, and M * M Combines priced right New Alii*Chalmer* and Newldea one row corn pickers. 1851 VAC Case and Chiltivator. price $1260.00: J D "B" and Cultivator 5500.00. good tires, motor, and paint. Ben Kull Imp. Co. ShelbyTille. HUnol*. 8-28 FURNITURE FOR SALE—Chrome Breakfast Set. J. A. Westbrook. Phone 3324-W, 8-30 FOR SALE—Bed with new spring and Innerspring mattres*. reasonable. Call 3843-Wl. 8 -38 NEW and USED furniture. We buy. aell and trade. West Side Furniture, 1813> Perkina: Phon* 4441. 0 -3 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES USED RADIO — A f*w v *ry *an**le madsis and tibia medal*. Priced for «ul(k sal*. Feathsritun'a ma araadway. tf JLEFAIOERATION SEHVICK on aU make* refrigerators and air coadlUoa equip. ment li'red Skagg* Phone 1487. tl VACUUM CLEANERS are enr only bu« ne** New and used Part*, aervlc*. any make Wa rent cJeaners. Phone 1812. Oty Hall Bldg O K Buford. U WRINGER ROLLS for any washer, •rini In eld rolls far wriniar. FaatheritHn's RadI* Sales, 1112 Brsadwey. Fra* plckuv and dallvary. Phon* 322. «f GOOD USED appUancei Refrigerator*. Oa* Store*. Electric Stores. Kerosene Sto^e*, Kedtos Television Sets. From $6 .00 Buy on Ei*7 Terms Goodyear Serrie* Store. Phones 1101 or lOOa. tf WELDING ACETTLENE and Electric Welding Boiler Repairs, Fuel Tanks, Ornamental Fences Clark's Welding Service. Phone 3293. 1106 So. lOtb street. 8-6 REAL ESTATE HOUSES FOR SALE OR TRADE—Building lot, good location north, 60 ft. frontage. Call 4474-W. g -aa NEW SMALL 1 room house. Lights and water on 3 acres. All fenced hog tight. Plenty of shade, $3000. Phone •1187-WX. 8-39 "MIDWEST HOMES— 3 to 7 rooms $1460 up. Shell is erecleU in one day. High quality building materials furnished to complete; Custom built for the individual. See our homes on display. V4 mile south of Rt. 16 on Rt. 130, Charleston, Illinois, Write for free catalog at Midwest Building Co., Box 3;)4. Charleston, Illinois." 8-29 OWNER IRANSFEKRED—Gl financed 5- roora efficiency. Hardwood floors, full basement. Stoker heat, automatic hot water, screened porch, corner lot. 1100 So. 34th St. $8750. Cdl! 2750-W for appointment, 8-38 FOB SALE—5-rooni house, modern with 3 lots. Price $5,600. Bargain for quick sale. Phone 3047-J3. 9-3 UPSET? 'Cause you can't find a mobile home that s "just right?" Relax I Here's the largest, most complete selection of fine mobile homes (both new and used) in Illinois Liberal trade-ins; tailored financing, too! Open evenings and Sundays. ROGERS TRAILER RANCH, Rantoul, Illinois, 8-28 FOR SALE—4-room house, garage, close to garment factory. Summersville School District. Phone 3840-Jl. 8-28 FOR SALE BY OWNER—9 room house. modern except heat, conveniently arranged in 3 apartments, 2 complete baths, corner lot, double garage. Very reasonable. Narvin Green, 901 So. 12th. Phone 2666-W 8-80 FOR SALE—6-room house. 8 acres. l'/4 miles from city on Brownsrille Road. % mil* frodi school Call 448. tf FOB 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 1623 or 3628. tf LOOKING FOR the best buy in town. Modern 4-room house. 3 years old Large lot 75x300 On highway. Priced to sell Now vacant Phone 1414 tf NEW AND USED ALL MODERN HOUSE TRAILERS FOR SALE CENTRAL PONTIAC CO.. 331 W BROADWAY. CENTRALIA. ILL. tf FARMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Farm home, southeast State Gath'e Farm. See S. M. Storey. Davis road Saturday or Monday. 8-38 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES HILLTOP ORCHARD—Now picking. 8 miles east Fairfield Road. Route 16. Elberta and Hale Peaches in yard. Floyd Swartzlander. • 8-30 FOR .SALE—Crosley, 1047 Cab Pickup, Good as new. Good for grocery or light delivery of any kind. Will saerifice$300.00. Npiv lirpB. will paint to suit customer. 1007 Lamar. . 8-38 FOR SALE—Yellow Cling Peaches. Young orchard, regularly sprayed. Bring containers. Pick your own. No Sunday sades. Starting Thursday morning, Aug. 38. 1 mile east, y, mile south Kell. 111. Dan Kell 9-2 PE.ACHES—Large Diamond Kings, and El- bertas. Bring container*. Pick your own. R. H. Baird, 3 mile* east, H mile north of Kell. ' 8-38 FOR SALE—Fresh load peaches everyday. Will have rest of week. John W. Trout Fruit Stand. 10th and Bell. 8-20 FOR SALE—Improred Concord grape*. North on 37 11 mile* to Waddel's filling etation, thee 2 milee weit. Rex Pric*. 8-28 ELBEBTA and Hale peaches. One mile north of Texlco. Bring your container*. Doko Hawkins. tf PEACHES—Mid-summer rarietiet. beat for freezing, .fresh de**ert* aiid canning. Tree ripened. *ur* to pleas* in *iza and quality, flavor and price Your best alway*. remember the place, follow signs to Newton's Orchard, State Route 37, between Marion and Johnson City. tf LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Hampshire Pigs, 8 weeks old. H. J. Meyers, Dahlgren, 111, 8-20 FOR SALE—Duroc weaning pigs. Leland Bayne, Liberty Road. Phone 3816-J3. 8-30 FOR SALE—Large Guernsey heifer calf, weaned. Philip Rollhaus. South end of 30th street and Missouri Pacific tracks. 8-38 FOR SALE— Registered Poled Hereford bull calves by ALF choice Domino 77. Registered Suffolk rams. 1.000 bales bright wheat straw, 4pc per bale. Ernest Haw thorne, 13 mll«l north of McLeansboro, lU. 8-28 FARMS FOR SALE EIGHTY acre farm, electricity, all weather road, one mile and half south of Ewing, Inquire at Mills Turkey Farm, Benton, III. Phone 6F33. 9-4 FOR SALE OB RENT—Sixty-eiifht acres, four room house, electricity, fruit cellar, two good cistern wells and one stock well, located 1 mile cast and 1 mile north of Frisco stofe, priced at $35.00 per acre, or would rent td responsible party. Write or see W. F. Butler. Dahlgren, 111. 8-29 FOR SALE—10 acres, 4-room house, good outbuildings, plenty fruit, on all weather road. 4 miles Waltonville road, »,i mile south Skidmore Store, turn east gravel road 1 mile. Robert Bechtel. 9-3 FOB SALE—40 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 bus line. 18 miles south Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Fred Campbell, Ewing, 111. RFD. 8-38 OFFICE EQUIPMENT DO 70U NEED adding machine*. Caleula tors. Duplicators. Office F'umlture. Pil Ing Cabinet*, or any office equipment, machines or office supplies? Call your local dealer Utile* Office Supplle*. 368 tf WHEN YOU NEED Adding Machine* Cal- cnlatpr*. Ditto DupUcators. Offic* Furniture. Filing Cabinets or any Office Equipment, Machines or Office Supplies— Call VERL SKINNER 4681. 806 Broadway. 9-12 BETTER BE Hosier Safe than Sorry! Sea th* Moaler 4-hour and 2-hoar *afe* on display at oui warehouse Your local dealer knows your problems beet. Call 868 Littles Office Supplies. tf FRIDEN Calculators now on *al* at Littles Office Supplies Call 868 for sale* and service Come in and sea Friden th* think Ing machine of American businesa. South ern Illinoia' largest supply and furniture dealer Little* Offic* Supplies tf MOVING WALTER HUGETES—Local and state-wide mo\-ing. experienced and tqulpped. 114 No. 6th Street—Phone 2688. 9 -18 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BAROAIMS iB anything MaitcU FeBtM'* Muaie Serriee. 800 4th Phone 1666 9 -12 PETS DOGS BOARDED—Cool Indlridnal pen* tfae Callander Phon* 608-J tf DOGS BOAHDED — Oraomsd. (heared and bathed frill eall for and deliver Happy* Pet Shop Me. 26tk And UehTlew road. Phen* 4S8a. M STOVES FOB SALE—Kenraore Coal Heater, reasonable. 1116 Park Ave. 8-38 FOR SALE—^Two good used Warm Morn ing Circulator heaters and one coal range cook stove. Browning Coal Co. 8-38 FOR SALE—Oil Heater. 2 In 3 rooms, used one season. $36.00. Phone 3941-W;?. 8-29 FOR sA .LE—Kenmore White Enamel table top oil stove, used only short time. Coal Circulator. Both cheap for quick sal*. 305 So. 6th. tf FOR •OTTLC* 6AS, (tor* Uwtallatlon*. Phen* !!134, R Klnmaa Benton Kead. Itt remoB. m D«»l*r tot PUR AAt. «• RADIO & RADIO SERVICE RADIO SCRViCE — CALL 3» — PRCE PICKUP AND OKLIVERV W* repair and correct any radio failure In aceardanea with medern antlnaerini prlnclplaa. Tha result la a luarantaed •atlsf**t*ry i*b AM Faatharstun. Hit IrMdw*/. THkaa «Mt*d free ekari*> YES. you're only a matter of feet from your oeareit office supply store—Pick up your phone for anything you need—Call 369. Southern Illinois largest office supply dealer, and we'll deliver NOW I Littles Office Suppliea. Hotel Emmerson Bldg tf SBAW WALKER desks, fllee and fireproof fiUng cablnela displayed at our ware- bouse showroom See them, feel them and get delivery now from Southern Ulinol*' largest*^^ office supply dealer, Call 369. Litlles Office SnppUe*. tf MISCELLANEOUS CALL 3978-J4. Oscar Hall for fall and spring Planting, fruit dees. Special offer Ibis week. Stark Bros. Nurseries Reprrsen- taiive. 8-39 CAR WASHING $1.60 and Vacuum cleaned Ace Parking lot. off S. E. Corner Square on Broadwaly. tf FOR POST HOLE dlgglng.Phon* 3857-Jl Ulan Carr. Waltonville Road. 8-6 DR. JOHN m. WILUAMS. Optometriet 118 North lOtb St.. Ut. Vernon. Ill 1-10-63 NEW HEAIUNG Aids as low aa $76.00 Batteriee • William* Jewelry. 116 No. 10th, Mt Ternon 1-16-63 MARION LODGE No 13, l.O.O.P meets every Tuesday. 7:30 p m. 123 No 10th Vtilllng brothere wclcom* B*fr**hni*nt*. tf PERSONALIZED Stationery — Tonr aan* or monogram imprinted with our new machine 24-houi service As low a* 79c per box Peraonallzsd bndg* card*, nap kins and many other item* Llttl*'* Office Supplie* EmmersoB Hotel Bldg tf NOTICE—Conplet* well drilling and watei system tnitallatlOB and aerrtee* Sayn*» A Schell B B 1. Oetf. 01 Phen* SI 66 r «lrfi*ld. tf Bulldozing, Land Clearing Cxs*va «lnB, Pond*. Lekee. •esamanta Read •ulldint Sradlng. Winth Cat* SEE PHONi *r WRITE JOHN J. OSLAUER TRANSPORT CO. Waltanvilla Read Mt Vamen. III. Phaiia 111* MARKETS By A*iMlat*d Pr*i* WALL STREET By Assoei*t*d Press NEW YORK — Strength in a few major sections today was enough to put the stock market moderately ahead. Gains ran from fractions to around 2 points while losses were fractional except for a few issues under pressure. Volume picked up to an estimated million shares. Higher stocks included Rock Island, Seaboard Railroad, Atlantic Coast Line, Sinclair Oil, Barber Oil, Texas Pacific Land Trust, Western iJnion, Anaconda Copper, American Smelting, Dow Chemical, American Woolen, Chrysler, Douglas Aircraft, and Radio <rorp. U. S. government bonds were mostly unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Associated Press CHICAGO — Butter: tops firm, balance easy; receipts 596,729; wholesale buying prices uneven V*: cent a pound higher to lower; 93 score A A 74.75; 92 A 74; 90 B 71.5; 89 C 71; Cars: 90 B 72.75; 89 C 71.75. Eggs easy; receipts 5,890; wholesale buying prices unchanged to two cents lower; U. S. extras 56; U. S. mediums 50; U. S. standards 43.5-45.5; curent receipts 35; dirties 32; checks 30. LIVESTOCK By Associated Press NATIONAL STOCKYARDS lU. _ USDA — HOGS 7,000; choice 190-230 lbs. unsorted for grade 20.75-85; few early sales at 20.65; about 70 head choice 21.00; 240270 lbs. 10.75-20.65; 280-300 lbs. 19.00-25; 320-360 lbs. 17.00-18.25; 170-180 lbs. 19.25-20.25; 150-170 lbs. 17.50-19,50; 120.140 lbs. 14.5016.75; sows 400 lbs. down 16.5017.25; heavier sows 14.00-16.00; boars 11.50-15.00. CATTLE 2,000, CALVES 1,100; demand poor; few commercial steers 24.00; small lots of utility and low commercial steers and heifers 18.00-22.00; utility and commercial cows 17.50-20.00; banners and cutters 13.00-17.50; utility and commercial bulls 19.0023.50; cutter bulls 15.50-18.00; LOST LOST--Northwest of DIx: Black, white and tan female Fox Hound, Walter Yearwood, Rt, 3, Mt. Vernon. Phone 3848-Wl. 0-3 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Frank Pyszkax, who passed away five years ago today, Aug. 38, 1D47. Sadly missed by: WIFE. MARY; SON, LATTIE, AND GRANDCHILDREN, CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and rcila- tives for their many kindnesses at the lime of the passing of our husband, father, son and brother. Earl Greer. Your thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated. THE FAMILY. SAYS SAUCERS ARE IMAGINERY I By Associattd Prast NEW YORK—Secretary of the Army Frank Pace says he thinks flying saucers "are products of the imagination." "I think we have enough real problems to worry about without conjuring up imaginary ones," Pace said on a NBC television program Wednesday night. MAKE JUNK OF SLOT MACHINES By Associated Press MARION, 111.—Workmen directed by a U. S. marshal Wednesday eledge hammered 117 slot machines into .iunk. They were confiscated by federal agents in raids on Williamson county clubs a few months ago. Marshal Carl Werner said 13 were listed as the property of the Herrin Elks Club and 104 as the property of Earl Walker of Herrin who had placed them in various clubs. Coins from each machine were placed in sacks, tagged with the number of the machine and turned over to the marshal for disposition as a court orders. Scrap metal was sold to a salvage dealer. good and choice vealers 28.0033.00; sorted prime to 35.00; utility and commercial 22.00-26.00. SHEEP 1,000; choice and prime lambs 27.50-29.00; good and choice mostly 24.00-27.00; utility and good 20.00-23.50; cull springers and feeding lambs 16.00-19.00; cull to good ewes 4.50-6.50. CHICAGO POULTRY Fv Associat»d Presr, CHICAGO (USDA)—Live poultry: fully steady. Receipts 1,331 coops; f.o.b. paying prices unchanged except for ducklings two cents a pound higher; heavy hens 23-27; light hens 19-20; roasters 30-32; fryers or broilers 37-38; old roosters 18-19; ducklings 29-30. CASH GRAIN ev Associated Press CHICAGO—Cash wheat: none. Corn: No. 717 and No. 727 yellow 1.83Vo-1.85; No. 4, 1.791/2-801/2; No. 5; 1.75%-76%; .sample grade 1.456214. Oats: sample grade medium heavy white 86%. Barley nominal: malting 1.3581; feed 1.10-29. Soybeans: none. ST. LOUIS PRODUCE Ry Associntod I ross ST. LOUIS—Produce and live poultry: Eggs, unclassified, nearby 36-38. Fryers and broilers, commercial reds 32-35; ducks, young white 19. Other prices unchanged. ACTRESS WINS TAX DISPUTE By AisscUtsd Prtit LOS ANGELES —Actress B«tt« Davis is $66,000 ahead today. The government said she owed that amount in income tax (or 1942-43, but U. S. Judge Ben Harrison ruled for Mis.s Davis Wednesday. He said the issue was "whether a surviving spouse is liable for taxes of her deceased husband where the latter's liability arose by reason of his community ownership of one-half the surviving spouse's earnings. My answer Is no." Miss Davis was married at the time to Arthur A. Farnsworth. He died in 1943. DITCH DIGGING By Machine Jeep-A-Trench Phone 1775-J Printing FOR ALL Purposes No matter what your printing need, you'll find an answer at our shop. Top notch nnaterials and workmanship guarantee your satisfaction! CALL 118 FOR SERVICE Mt. Vernon Register-]>i[ews "If It Comes From Borden's It's Gotta Be Good" The Biggest Little Store In Town Labor Less on Lobor Day ond Enjoy Swift's Premium Fully Cooked Hams Laeatoi Ootnitewa Betweea Broadwajr ud Mala «n ISth Sfc i rOR PROMPT COVRTEOUfl FREE DELIVERT SERVICE TO YOUR HOMS CALL 80« - Swift's Premium Skinless Wieners ' Cello Pkg, 58' Swift's Choice Govt. Inspected Leon Juicy Pork Roast - lb. 55' Swifts Select Branded Tender Juicy Beef Roast . lb. 68* All Cuts Choice Firm Golden Ripe Bananas . 2 ibs. 25' Garden Fresh 4 Size Large Lettuce . 2 heads California Large Lemons Sweet Juicy Oranges 2 69* New Fancy No. 1 Red Sweet Potatoes. 2 ibs. 27' Garden Fresh CUCUMBERS GREEN CORN GREEN PEPPERS for 17c Pet or Carnation Milk 2 c^i^ 31c Milnot.... 2 a 23c Swift's Sweet Rasher Bacon .... _ lb. 1 Lb. Layer Sliced Borden's Tasty Mild American Cheese. 1 Lb. Box 74' Home Made Potato Salad Swift's Premium Fresh Sliced Pressed Ham lb. 59- Swift's Select Branded Sirloin - T-Bone - Round STEAKS Fresh Dressed Skillet Ready Fryers All Grinds "86' Perfect Brand POTATO CHIPS Fresh Crisp 15c-25c-35c-59c Diamond Brand Paner Plates . doz. 18c 80s. a PAPER CUPS — SPOONS ova. Napkins. 2 boxes 25c Charmin Soft Toilet Tissue . 4 rolls 37' Swift's Colored Quarters All Sweet Oleo 2 lbs. Swift's Lean Select BEEF Ground .... Lb. Pure AU Meat 58* Borden's Home Made Ham Salad lb. 55c BORDEN'S HOME MADE PURE PORK BARBEQUE American Beauty Fancy Kraut—Hominy 2 303 cans 19c Fancy New Pack Indiana Tomatoes 2 No.2 cans 37' American Beauty Catsup .. 2 14 oz. Bottles Joan of Arc New Paclc Cream Stj'le Corn 2cr.39' Joan of Arc Red Kidney Beans •••• I^IV^ Joan of Arc Butter BeansZcS 25* Dolly Madison SweetPickies .^'rBS' Schulze Oven Fresh Crackers 1 lb. box 26c GRAHAM Crackers 1 lb. box 33c SHOP EARLY — CALL 808 — ALL MEATS CUT TO ORDER CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, LABOR DAY

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