Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 2, 1952 · Page 12
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r 10 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1952 CLASSIFIED VMX. 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 WANTED— White woman to help with housework. Stay In homo, permanent. Phone 612 or write P. O. Box 01. 0-3 WANTED—PRODUCTION CONTROL SU- PERV150K. Apply Hoosler-Cardinal Corp., J/arion, 111. Phone Ordlll 216. 9-8 WANTED—Someone to care for child Monday throug-h Friday. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone X78B-M2C or 709. 9-5 MIDDLE AGED lady to stay niBhts with 10-year-old boy whvje parents work. Ph. S24-W between 12 aiid 4 p.m. 9-3 LADIES—Earn SI00 a week and more demonstrating lamoue, nationally advertised Watkins Products on party plan. Over 200 products enables Watkins demonstrators to averag-e $60 parties. Full or part time. No canvassing. No investment. Several territory managerships still available. Write Watkins, 1847 St, Louis Ave.. E. St. Louis, 111. 9-4 WOMAN for maid work. Hotel Emmerson. See Mrs. King. tl BOYS. $00 week easy.' Sell namepjates for houses. Complete kit Iree, Write Box V. E. c/o Register-News. 9-2 . . SALES MINDED?—If you are neat appearing, aggressive, of good character, enjoy talking to people .ind possess a burning ambition to become a top flight salesman, our company can use three such men iramediatelv. We prefer inexperienced men as we give thorough training ,it our expense. After short training period you will earn 25.00 (o .35.00 per day and up. Rapid advancement. Contact Mr. Sherwood. Hotel Emmerson, 6 to 0 p.m., Friday, Sept. 5 only. No phone calls. 9-6 WANTED—White housekeeper, 8 to 4. children in school. Phone 3181. 9-2 -A- FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT—One, two and apartments. Phone 994. three-room tf FOR RENT— 3-room furinshed apartment. Private entrance, garage. Call afternooiip. 701 3o. 20th. tf FOR BENT—Modern 2-room furnished apartment. Heal and water funushod. Phone 2114. !1-5 FOR RENT—3-room. all modern furnishcrf apartment. Private entrance, builim cabinets, 3 clothes closets, washing machine, 546 including sioker heat and automatic hot water, 300 No, 16th. Phone 1798-W. (f FOR RENT 206 Main, 4 room modern, furnished. 31" S. 9th, 3 room modern. 712 Jordan, i room modern. Phone 400 or 48 JULIA RUTHERFORD FOR -i.M.E— 1048 Masco .\lurainum. 25 ri Hml^f' Trailer. Three rooms, ffood condition, i-.ill V>\^nf Wnolbright al 41344. 0-5 FOR SALE—>» s \7 .c bed springs: S-pveco difimt- room suite: 4 Pctirs new rir:n»-?. -I" !'"iirid oak furnace, good condi- (inn (>|),i Sc. -Hth, 9-3 rSFP SF.WtNO M.ACHINE SALE—^Treadles from ?!'Oft up: Electric cabinets from 54!' ."ill Hurry, rhcy won! last long. S^incer .-iewinK Center. 107 No. 10th. 9-» JOIN the throng and sing a song when your rui:s .irc cleruied with 5'ina Fo.itii. Bcnoisl Bros '^-6 Smart, smooth .-ind soilproof. Glaxo plastic ;ype Imoli'nm coating. Ends waxing. Douglas Drag 9-6 .WANTED—Experienced waitress, day shift. Apply in person. Blue Goose Cafe. 9-4 WANTED—E.Tperienced waitress. Agyly in person only, McLaughlin Cafe. ' tf NO SHORTAGES NO COLLECTIONS NO CANVASSING $30.00 PER DAY Work qualified leads only. Specialty selling experience helpful but, not necessary. Must have car and be available for immediate employment. SEE MR. INDERMARK Emmerson Hotel Wednesday, Sept. 3rd 6 to 8 p. m. FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment. Large living room. CtiUtiee paid. Phone 150" or 3S03-W3. a-2 FOR RENT—Modern 3 room apartment: private bath. Call at 1312 Casey Ave. 9-3 FOR . RENT—4 room furnished apartment. Adults. T29 south ISth. Phone 277S-W. 9-2 FOR RENT—Modern 4-room unfurnished apartment, oil heat furnished. Recently decorated, private bath. Large rooms and ample closet space, only 540 per month. Downtown—over Hunt's Coffee Shop. Ph. 2700 or 219S-JX. 9-2 FOR RENT—3-rooni modern duplex apartment in new homo. Nicely furnished, near new hospitals. Phone 3153-W. tf FOR RENT—2-room partly modern furnished apartment. 919 Weacott. Phone 1414. tf LISTEN— Don I go through another winter wTibout 'ThermosealJ. nation's No. 1 .J ^iviminuni Combination Storm Sash and Screen. Reduce costly fuel bills 1/3, Enioy draft-free storm proof ventilation. Fingertip control .Vo more painting and exchanging siorm sash and screens. We invite your inquiry. Free estimate. Write Box 16. Hoffman, 111. 9-4 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES APPLES—Jonathan and Golden Delicious. Bushel or truck load, priced act^oniing to size .and grade R. A. WiUoughby, 1 mile south of Cnavat, 0-8 FOR SALE—Vellow Cling Peaches Young orchard, regularly sprayed Bring containers. Pick your own No Sunday sales. Starting Thursd.aj morning, Aug. 28 1 mile cast. Vi mile south Kell. 111. Dan Kell 0-2 PEACHES—Mid-iummer varieties, best for freezing fresh desserts nod canning Tree ripened, sure to please ID slie and Quality, flavor and price Tout best always, remember the place, follow signs to Now ton> Orchard. State Rout* 37. between Marion and Johnson City tf MARKETS By Auoelatod Prtu LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Registered Herctords— ( cows three years old: 3 with calves—2 yearling heifers. Verl Keen. 4 miles north of Keenes. 9-4 FOR S.\LE — 10 head Blackface ewe lambs Phone Mt. Vernon 3888 -Jl. 0-S FOR SALE—2 Duroc sows. 10 shoats. Junior Max Wilson. 3 miles west of Dix on Dix-lrvinglon road. 9-4 FOR SALE The Property Located of 2105 Cherry , .A Beautiful Lot Soe or Call Frank H. Walfter Phone 1-4 or 3817-\V1 rOUR COST per month to feed one cull hep or pullet is 40c Stop this expense now. Phone 2S66 or write Sutton's Complete Poultrv Servics for culling data Mt. Vernon. 111. 9-12 MOVING FOR DRINKING water. Phone 3S22-W1 or 3621. P K, Bullock, 9-29 FOR TOP SOIL or fill dirt. Phone 3S22-W1 or 3021 P R. Bullock, 9-29 ALL MODERN apartment, furnished or unfurnished, stoker heat. Phone 1229. 9-2 FOR RI^'T—Modern unfurnished apartment. Oil heat and water furnished. Ph. 1623-WX. 9-4 yrANTEI>— Salesmen to sell Nation • No. 1 (THERMOSEAL) CombinaUon Storm Sash and Screens, Some leads furnished. •Write Box 15, Hoffman, 111. w-* FOR RENT—i-room unfurnished apartment. Modern except heat, ground floor. 6 blocks from Square. Phone 2500. tf LARGE and email. All modern Furnished, Private baths. Frigidaires. Fan-cooling system. Ill North 15th. 1177. 9-2 FOR RENT—2—3-room furnished apartments with private bath. Call 27T7-J. 1604 Main street. tf $325 PER MONTH SALARY AND EXPENSES PLUS BONUS One of the fastest progressing companies In Its field -wiW have a representative interviewing men who hold the foP-ov/ing qualifications: 1—Age 21 to 35. 2—Own automobile in good condition. 3—Willing to travel Monday thru Friday; Home every week end. 4—High School Education. 5—Available for Immediate Employment. No experience is necessary. Thorough training is given by company ad pay begins with training. .APPLY IN PERSON INTERVIEWS THURSDAY, SEPT. 4 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. MR. LLOYD •Illinois State Employment Office. WANTED—Neat, clean, courteous curb rirJ to work days, alter Sept. 2. Apply In person. No phone calls please. Myrle and Jean's Drive-in on Perkins. tf HELP WANTED—FEA^LE ALERT *WOMAN or young lady wanted for dig-nified line of work involving a vitally needed program lor families in this locality. Full-time or part-time, depending on your circumstances. No previous experience needed. Earnings can range from $65 to $86 weekly. Tell us about yourself. Write Box C. B. c/o Register-News. 9 -2 FEMALE HELP —Attractive position for lady with car and phone. No investment, delivery or collecting. For interview write; Thyda Whitlow, 605 Election, Benton, 111. • 9^ SITUATION WANTED NURSE with 3-year-old son, wants housework. Room and hoard for both, small salary. Call or write Mrs. Sarah Fradenburg, Kinmundy, 111. 9-3 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES rOB SALE OE RENT—Restaurant. Call 44:8. tl FOB RENT OR LEASE—40x40 biulding. Warehouse or other occupancy. Call Walter Hyde. 1269 after 6 p.m. tf MISCELLANEOUS FOB TIN CAN and rubbish removiil. Also light hauling. Call .lohn Shores, aH43 -,r,; or 1551 -W. 0-8 WANTED—Curtains lo wa«h and stretch. 1008 So. 22nd. Phono -Z-lVi-K. 9-8 HILLTOP LANDSCAPING CO.. E, H, Huff & Sons. Phone .10-1 V; Bliifnrri, III., Cavity •work, spraying, trimniuig, trees removed, yard grading and seedine. Cnmpletp evergreen service. Call Us for Free Estimate of above jobs. 10 -',i WELL CARE for elderly people in their home. Efficient, dependable. Write 301 McKeniie, Benton, Hi. 9-3 WANTED—Old Age Pensioners to room and board. Inquire 1007 Vaught St. 9-5 FOE CESSPOOL and Septlc'Tank Cleaning, Phone 889, Benton, 111, Free Inspection 0-2 WANTED—^Everyone to use the Pre* Parking offered by the merchants on the Ace Parkins Lot. Just off the Square on Broadway, tf LAWN MOWER grinding, repairing, KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, 811 Bo.. 18th Street. 9-20 DEAD STOCK WANTED—Phone collect, Hanr Smith, Keenes, UJ, 66 Wood- Iftwn. Dal* Estea. 831 Mt. Vernon. tt WANTED TO BUY WANTED—Bean haji, Hani off field. Geo, DamelB, Bluford. „ 0-8 WANT TO BUY—4-foot glass candy floor caae. Call S&OO. t 0-2 .WANTED—^Bean hayJdrill, Haul off field. a «o, DauleJa, Blufc^hl, 0-5 WB WANT to buy/your scrap Iron, old stoves, furnaces,, rags, batteries, radiators, copper, brass, .lead. Top prices. Truck pickup, Phone 1886, Dagg Junk Vard, 310 Csnmj, ' 8-28 FOR RENT—Furnished 2 -rbom apartment, upstairs at 900 North. Call 5S8 -J, tf FOR RENT—3 room modern duplex apartment in new home. Nicely furnished, near new hospitals. Phone 3153.W FOR SALE 5 room efficiency house, automatic heat, insulated, built-in cabinet and bath, patio, porch, corner lot, landscaped, large jarage. .S7800.00. Xo. 1 Bishop Ct.—E. "Gene" Irtin. WALTER HUGHES—Local and itafe-iride moving, experienced and equipped. 114 No 6tb Street—Phone 3699. 9-18 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BARGAINS in anythtn* Musical renton's Music Sendc* 300 So *th Phons 15fi3 9-12 PETS DOGS BOARDED—Cool individual Mae Callander Phone 809J pens tf DOGS BOARDED — Groomed, sheared and bathed Will call for and deliver Happyi' Pet Shop No 26lh and aichvle* road Phone «28S. M STOVES FOR SALE—Coal good condition Circulating heater in WALL STREET By Astoclated Press NEW YORK—H If y gains were registered today in the stock market with trading stili restrict, ed to less than a million shares. The advance was along a somewhat broad front with gains ranging from fraction' to between 1 and 2 points. Losses among leading issues were infrequent and small. Railroads did well in early trading, but in the afterioon the steel division came to life with a flurry of buying that added hefty fractions to leaders. Also participating in the advance were motoi-s, oils, coppers, utilities, merchandising issues, aircrafts, chemicals, and radio- television issues. Other divisions held steady or retreated piecemeal. U. S. Steel and \mcrican Telephone traded in several large blocks at higher prices, and among other gainers were Santa Fe, Southern Railway, Bethlehem Steel, General Motors, Sinclair Oil. .4naconda Copper, Soars Roebuck. Allied Chemical, Vandium, United Aircraft and Zenith Radio. Lower were such issues as Homestake Mining, American Cyanamid. Dome Mines, and Kenne- cott Copper. U. S. government bonds were higher in the over the counter market. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Associated Press CHICAGO. — Butter firm; receipts two days 835,589; wholesale buying prices unchanged to a cent a pound higher; 93 score A.\ 74.5: 90 B 72.5; 89 C 71; cars; 90 B 73.25; 89 C 71,75. Eggs weak; receipts two days 10,001; wholesale buying prices , sis.oo.s -burner table unchanged except on U. S. e.x-tras top white enamel Oil stove, like new $15.00 i „Jtt~ ^ i IT o ;;05 So. 6th. tf SINGER Sewinc Machine, round bobbin. Portable 54-.50. New saddle lor sale or trade. Phone lOoS-JS. 0-2 FOR RED STEER Blenn & Brimm Fertilizer. See Lelan Carr, Waltonvills Road. 9 -10 FOR SALE—Sieslcr Oil heater, complete with blower. Five-room size. Excellent condition. Phone 3803-J2. 9-5 FOR BOTTLED CAS. store InsWllatlons Phone 2134, S Kinman Benton aoad, Mt Vernon. Ul Dealer for PUR GAS. tf RADIO & RADIO SERVICE BLOOMFIELD all wool blankets, army blankets, also Indian blankets, Dobbs Arm.y Store, 9-9 HUNTERS—Get your clothes, shells, gtin, licenses and all sportinr needs at Dobbs .Army Store 9-9 NEW B 29 and tanker jackets, dress jack ets. blue denim jackets, all sizes. Dobbs Array Store. 9-9 BUNK and foldine beds and mattresses. Tarpauhns. all sizes. Dobbs Army Store. 9-9 PURINA DOG CHOW Builds Condition- It's a Square Meal, a favorite, a real treat for any dos. Riley Produce. 215 So. 11th tf MODERN fumlEhed apartment. Private bath, ground floor. S50.00. West Broadway. Phone 850-J or 780. tf FOR RENT—I room onfurnlshed apartment. Semi-modern, newly decorated, on bus line 3 blocks from Hlffh School 6 blocks from Square. Phone 3309-J tf FOR RE2ST—3-rooai apartment, unfurnished, private bath From and back entrance 2 children allowed D till ties unpaid Phone 1641-J. $35.00 month, 9-11 FOR BENT—2-room furnished apartment at 314 So 11th Dtmtlea paid Adults only Phone 648 or 1581 tf MODERN 4-room apartment unfurnished Newly decorated. S bedrooms Heat furnished, dose la. Adulta. 866-J. tf FOR RENT—* room and 6 room onfum- tsbed apartmenU 001 So. 10th. adults. Ptuios 1269 •reciota, tl HOUSES FOR BENT—Nicely furnished one' side of Brick Duplex. Private basement and sarage. Phone 3879-J4. tf FOR BENT—Modern 6 -room house. Inquire after 6 p .m. at 317 No. Tth 0-5 FOB RENT—B-roora house, modern oil heat, at 909 North 7th. See Homer Shaffer at Camp Ground. 9-2 FOR RENT—Modern 3 bedroom house, unfurnished Located at 20th and Perkins. $60. Phone 780. tf FOR RENT— 3—3-room furnished apartments with private bath. CaU 2777,1, 1504 Main street. tf ROOMS FOR RENT—Sleeping: room in modern home on bus hne. Stoker heai. Workinc gii-\ preferred. Phone 2081-W. 0-5 FOB RENT—^Large sleepdng room to working girl. 409 north uth. 0-2 FOB BENT—Clean, modern sleepinu room, private home. Ladies. Phone 3'478-J. 90 FOR RENT—Sleeping room, first floor, adjoining- bath. Stoker heat, garasre. Ladies, 2516-W, 1603 College. 0-2 FOB BENT—Nice large sleeping room (meals optional). Private entrance and bath. Block from Field and Junior Hieh School. One or two ladies or couple Phone 1406 alter 6 p.m. tf FOR RENT—To Gentleman. Comfortable. modern bed room, close in on auiet street. Phone 138-J, tf NICE desirable, large, modern sleeping rooms, double or single. Phono 4018 426 No. 0th. tf FOR RENT—Sleeping room. \y, blocks north of Square. Ladies. Phone 2398-J tf MISCELLANEOUS CARNAHAN FLOOR SERVICE ~ Floo. sanding, rental Sanders, Unoleum, asphalt and rubber floor tiles. Phono 4066, 1813 Mi Perkins, across from shoe factory, 0-2S FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE 1, 2, or 3 Room Suifes Phone 348 FOB BENT—Steel building. Can be used as warehouse or store room. Apply Illinois Hotel, fj FOB RENT—Office space, north side of Square CaU Harold Watson, 904 tf FLOOR SANDING, floor tile. plaaUe wall Ule Free estimate SaUsfacUon guaranteed. Phone Raymond Edmlson, 465S-JX or IJ'oy Hays, 2827-J. M FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOB 'SALE—New 30x70 Combination Storm door. Bargain. Phone 3012-J. 0-3 WANTED TO Btnr—Good quality 60-pound pl*«. CWItor-J Cbejry, Phone 3Z83-J. B-a COMPLETE SAW MILL, good condition Phone 30X2-J, fl.g FOR SALE—Florence heating stove; 2 leather beds. Call Mrs, Beba WtUtn. Phone 3301-J, IB.6 FOB SALE—Parking by the da? or week, .4ce Parking Lot. off S, E. Corner Square on Broadway. tf FOB SALE—Filtered drinking <tater. IISO gallon tank. Phone 3810-J4, Wilbur Jones. Rt, 3, 9-13 FOB SALE—Complete reatsoraat Sxtcret. Phone 166 tf FOB SALE—Coal, all grades Cinders, mine shale, sand, gravel. Contract driveway and road building. Call 4014-J, Vance Skinner. 0-13 TROPICAL FISH ana aquarium supplies! Visit oar showroom 'On The Square." Mary Jane Studio 906 Main 9-4 •PHOLSTERING and Slipcovers Also custom made furniture Free estimates Free pick up and delivery within 70 mile radius Dllica hours 9:00 a m.—5:00 p m Monday throa.igh Friday Saturday 9:00 a ter 12 30 p, m "Satisfaction Guaranteed." ArtisUe Opholstering. 1701 So. 10th. Phone 1702 « FOB SALE—^Ttred of ironing with yoor heavy weight Iron? Trade it to today on a new Steam Featherweight Iron at Fe*th- erstun's Most all brands oo display tf FOR SALE—100 lb. white Qotir ba«a, 20r each Hawkins BakeiT M AUTOMOTIVES RADIO SEHVICe — CALL 32? — FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY We repair and correct any radio failure In aeeerdane* with msdern snalneerini prinefpiet. Th* result Is a ouarantsed satisfactory leb Art Featherstun, 1112 Broadway. Tubet tasted free of eharfa, W ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES USED RADIO — A few very laed eenaole models and table models. Priced for quick sale. Featherstun'a 1112 Broadway tf BEPBIGERATIOS SEBTICE on all makes refrigerators and air coDditioo equip ment Fred Skaggs Phone 1467 tf VACUUM CLEANEBS are onr only bust ness New and used Parta service, any make We rent cleaners Phone 1813. City Hall Bid* 0 a Baford tf WRINGER ROLLS tor any washer. Bring in eld rolls for wringer. Featherstun's Radio Sales. 1112 Broadway. Free pickup and delivery. Phone 322. H GOOD OSED BPpllaaeei- Befrlgerators. Oaa Stores, Electric Stoves. Kerosene Stoves, Bedioa Television Seta. From J5.00 Buy on Easy Terroa Ooodrear Serrfce Store. Phones 1101 or 1003 tf WELDING ACETYLENE and Electric Welding Boiler Repairs, Fuel Tanks, Ornamental Fences Clark's Welding Service, Phone 3293, 1106 So. lOth street. 8-6 REAL ESTATE HOUSES FOR SALE—Choice building lots, mersville area. Call 2726-J. Sum- 9-8 FOB S.ALE—^Two lots each 50.'c20O. west hard road. Inquire Mrs. E. E. Langraf, 2526 Cherry. 9-8 FOB SALE by owner—5 room all strictly modern house, fine shade, lots of small fruit, 2-car garage, chicken house. 2 acres ground. 4 % miles out on Fairfield road—terms. Phone 3996-W2. 0-6 FOR SALE—1051 GMC Pickup: 1049 Hudson Club Coupe: 1047 Chevrolet; 104" Ford Tudor; lOl'.: Oldsmabile; 1941 Ford Pickup. Jim .McDermoll. Phone 51'2. 9-5 FOB SALE—1051 Buick 4-door. fully equipped Dynaflo, Rl, 3, Ashley Road. Phone 1907-WX. 9-5 FOR SALE—1950 Ford pickup truck. Inquire 1020 Perkins. Phone 3595. 9-3 FOR S.ALE—'39 Ford coupe with radio. .Motor in excellent condition. Call 3828- W3. 9-4 FOR SALE—'51 Henry J., excellent condition, 2110 Logan, Phone 1325-J, 9-2 CLEAN OSED cars bougni and sold. Trade, Terms Moore Motors, WaltonvlUs Boad at 12th Ph 2953-W tf BEAUTY SHOP M.ACHINE Permanents 54.50: Cold Waves $5.00. S6.00. ,'B8.50, 510.00 305 So. 11th St, Phone 1414, Glamour Beauty Shop 9-3 CHICKS WOODLAWN PENNANT CHICKS—Hatching .S'ew Hampshires and White Rocks each Tuesday "Dixie Better Feeds" and Poultry Supplies, Woodlawn Hatchery, OWNER TRANSFERRED—Gl-financed S room efficiency, hardwood floors', full basement, stoker heat, automatic hot water, screened porch, corner lot—1100 south 24th street—$8750. Call 2750-W for appointment. 9-8 FOB SALE or TRADE—3 room house, electricity, cistern, larg-e lot. close in—$600 equity. Will take car. cash or cattle. Box 6. care Register-News. 9-4 two cents a dozen lower: U. S. extras 54; U. S. mediums 48; U, S. staniiards 42-44; current receipts 35; dirties 32; checks 29. CHICAGO POULTRY By Associated PrcSi CHICAGO — USDA — Live poultry; steady to firm; Receipts 1.776 coops; F. O. B. paying prices unchanged except on fryers or bi-oiiers '2 cent a pound higher outside; heavy hens 23-27; light hens 19,5-20,5; roasters 30-32; fryers or broilers 37-38,5; old roosters 18-19; ducklings 29. LIVESTOCK By Associated Pres.^ •VATIOiVAL STOCKYARDS 111. USDA — HOGS 14.500; bulk choice 190-230 lbs. unsorted for weights 21.00-10. popular price 21.00 to all interests; top 21.15 sparingly; 230-250 lbs. 20.75-21.00; heavier hogs scarce, most lots 260300 lbs. 19.25-20.00; small lots 310-350 lbs. 17.25-18.25: choice 180-190 lbs. 20.25-75; 150-170 lbs. 18.25-20.00; 120-140 lbs. 15.2517.50; sows 400 lbs. down mainly 16.75-17.25; heavier kinds 14.5016,25; boars 11.50-15.00; few stags 13.00-15,00; good early clearance. CATTLE 7,500; CALVES 1,800; choice yearling type steers 32,0034.00 with a few good and commercial steers and heifer yearlings 24.00-28.50; utility and commercial cows 17.50-20.00; canners and cutters largely 13.00-17.00; utility and comemrcial bulls 19.00-23.50; cutter bulls 15.00-17.50; good and choice vealers 26.00-32.00; sorlred prime to 34.00 with utility and comercial vealers 18.00-26.00. SHEEP 3,500; about 1,500 native spring lambs on sale; nothing done early. ST. LOUIS PRODUCE By Associated Press ST, LOUIS — Live poultry: Live poultry; fowl, heavy breeds 20-21, leghorn I6'i-17; No. 2s 5; commercial fryers, broilers, reds TES. you're only a matter of feet from your nearest office supply store—Pick Up your phone for anything yon need—Call 360. Southern Illinois' largest office supply dealer, and we'll deliver NOW I Utiles Office Supplies. Hotel Emmerson Bldg tf STEVENSON AT WORK ON FARM TALK (Continued from Page One) PRACTICALLY new 2 bedroom house, attached garag-e. large lot. Northwest location, immediate possession. Ph. 1853- W. 0-3 FOR SALE BY OWNER—5-room all modern home, new Holland type furnace with stoker. 2 screened-in porches, full lot. Reason lor selling, leaving town. Immediate possession Price 58500,00. Call 4018. ^ 0-5 FOB SALE—5-room house, modern with 2 lots. Price $5,500. Bargain lor quick sale. Phone 3947-J3. 9-2 FOR SALE— a-room house. 8 acres. 1 ^4 miles from city on BrownsviUe Road. Vt mile from school Call 448, tf SHAW WALKEB desks, files and fireproof filing cabinet* displayed at our warehouse showroom See them, feel them and get deUvery now from Southern niinois' largest office supply dealer Call 360 Littles Office Supplies. tf MISCELLANEOUS Grand Rapids, home of the late Son. Arthur Vandonberg, chairman of the Senate F'orcign Relations Committee in the 80th Congress. .\gain in Hamtramck, a separate island-community inside Detroit, with a heavy Polish- American population, the governor's subject was foreign relations. He took issue in Hamtramck with Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's recent speech in which the Republican candidate came out for a warnin-' to the Soviet Union. The Pontiac sj, ch—if he had given it—would ,have dealt with labor and management. And the Flint speech was a general discussion of Republican"; versus Democrats; that \s. his version of their separate^Iicies and what the Democrats have done in the past 20 years. At the end of the long, wearing day, Stevenson told correspondents it was "all good." He said he was .satisfied with the size of the crowds, their responsiveness and tlie comments of the people who accompanied him. On most of the air-and-automobile trip, Walter Reuther, president of the CIO United Auto Workers, Gov. G. Mennen Williams and Son, Blair Moody of Michigan were with him. Trumiin Got Bigger Crowd Police estimated the Cadillac Square crowd at about 15,000. Correspondents said Truman drew nearly 50,000 people four years ago. Grand Rapids police gauged the crowd there at 10,000 although the figure looked high to newsmen. They said th" president attracted double that manv in 1948. WMson Wyatt. campaign manager for Stevenson, said he thought television might be the explanation for the smaller crowds. Literary Speeches Stevenson's speeche<: were highly literary in quality. But standing in the crowd, you detected a certain note of uncertainty among the listeners. ALLIES REPEL RED ATTACKS By Associated Press SEOUL, Korea.—U. N, infantrymen repulsed three liglit Chinese thrusts aganist Allied defenses in the Old Baldy and Bunker-Siberia Hill sectors today on the Korean Western Front. Clouds cut Allied air raids over North Korea after the U, S. Navy's spectacular strikes Monday near the Manchurian borders In which carrier planes blasted the Aoji refinery, Munsan iron works and the big northeast port city of Chongjin. Bomb Sinchang Twenty-two B-26 bombers last night smashed the East Coast city of Sinchang and bomber crew re ported 22 secondary e.xplosions set off by their bomb loads. THOUSANDS TURN OUT TO GREET IKE (Continued from prtge one) their jobs too big for their breeches and too long in power." He said a wholesale clean-out was needed to restore decency, honesty and integrity to the national government. "This Washington mess," he said, "is not a one-agency mess or a one-bureau mess or a one- department mess — it is a top-to- bottom mess," The general declared it was enough to make Americans "hang our heads in shame." The tone of the speech fulfilled advance word from his regional campaign headquarters in New York that he would 'pull no punches" on his Di.xie trip. Eisenhower named no names in his prepared text. He said the cost of the "Washington mess" was being taken out of every American through higlior ta.ves, higher prices and by "cutting down the value of every dollar you have put a\vay for the future." "You pay for the incompetence, stupidity and corruption on the part of those who have been caught and those who have not been caught," Eisenhower said. 3 Airfields for Price of 5 He said newspapers reported that "we are getting two airfields in North Africa for the price of five" and that the papers carried countless other items concerning waste. The general asserted: "If you are sick and tired of all this as I am; if you are as tired as I am of picking up your newspaper every morning and reading about a fresh government scandal, then let's get together and restore decency and honesty and integrity in the nation's capital." Referring to Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois the Democratic presidential nominee, Eisenhower said: "Even my distinguished opponent admits that his party had produced a mess in Washington." Stevenson told an Aug. 20 news conference that crime, corruption and misconduct ai-e "messy" wherever they are, and they must be eradicated. He also said the convictions for wrongdoing showed there had been a mess in Washington. "I intend to deal with corruption ruthlessly." he declared. Eisenhower said in his te.vt today that President Truman has announced that the Democxatic candidate "must run on one issue —the record of the administra- • tion." j "On both these points I am in \ hearty agreement with ihe oppo-1 sition," Eisenhower said, mean-) ing the "mess" and the administration record. Washington Wiwte The general held that Ingredients of the "mess" were made of "Washington waste and extravagance and inefficiency; of in- coinpetonco in high places and in low places, of corruption such as makes us hang our heads in shame of bungling in our affairs at home; of fumbling in the life,and death matter of war and peace." Eisenhower said he was not predicting the outcome of the election Nov. 4, but he pledged that, whatever his future status, he would not rest until "the peddlers of privilege and the destroyers of( decency are banished from the nation's house." Eisenhower is due to visit Jacksonville and Miami, Fla., later to(^ay and Tampa, Fla.; Birmingham Ala.; and Little Rock, Ark., tomorrow. Tallt.s With Scandal Discoverer One of hir, latest callers in New York ht^fore a plane trip south was Sen. John J. Williams, Delaware Repuhlican who uncovered ta-x scandals in the Internal Revenue Bureau. ' Williams arrived at Eisenhower's office in the Hotel Commodore yesterday, carrying a brief case full of documents, and spent more than two hours with the general. Williams later told newsmen he had supplied Eisenhower with campaign ammunition and said; "1 think you'll be hearing from this." MISS AMERICA CONTEST^OPENS By Associiitod Pros ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.—Today is facts and figures day for 52 lovolies longing to don the mantle of Miss America. Contestants spent the day registering, reading over the rules and weighing their .chances. Wednesday they'll be on display in a boardwalk parade. From then on until Saturday night when Colleen Kay Hutchins, Miss America 1952, crowns the new queen, the girls will be on a merry-go-round. They'll show they can do more than look pretty by singing or dancing or displaying some other talent and then compete for points in an evening gown and bathing suit. This .\-car's pretties are from 45 .states, four big cities, Chicago, New York. Philadelphia and Washington plus Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Canada. With the title goes a $5,000 scholarship, ,S4,000 in cash, an automobile, clothes and reams of other prizes. Miss Hutchins made over .S40,000 above expenses during her reigning year, according to pageant officials. 34-35, crosses and whites 35-37 nearby miscellaneous farm whites 32-33, nearby miscellaneous farm run reds 28-31, nearby red roosters 25-28, leghorns 24 barebacks 22-25, No. 2s 12-18 ducks, young white 19, dark or small 16; geese 15; turkeys, young hens 33-35, young toms 29-34. beltsville hens and toms 32. fryers 34, old 28-29. CASH GRAIN CHICAGO — Cash wheat: No 2 red 2.31. Corn; No. 1 yellow 1.84ii-86; No. 2 1.83Vi-86; No. 3 1.82'4-3^; No. 4 1.66'4-80'4: No. 5 1.66i2-78'4; sample grade 1.3079Oats: sample grade mixed 87 Vi, Barley nominal; malting 1.35-81; feed 1.10-29. Soybeans: none. C.\R WASHING $1 .50 and Vacuum cleaned Ace Parking lot, off S. B. Corner Square on Broadway, , tf FOR POST HOLE dlgglng,Phone 3867-Jl Lelan Carr Waltonville Road 9-6 DR. JOHN W WILLIAMS. Optometrist lie North 10th St.. Mt Vernon. Ul 1-10-53 NEW HEARING Aide as low ae $75 00 Batteries Williams Jewelry. 118 No lOth. Mt VemoD 1-16-53 FOR SALE BY OWNER—Good 6 -room dwelling, extra large lot, fine shade V* mile south Wagner Electric on highway Newly decorated. Immediate possession. Terms if desired. Phone 1523 or 2528. tf Phone 2271, If BABY CHICKS—Poultry Supplies Wayne Feeds, Salsbury's and Lcderle Medicines Do not neglect those Growing Pullets Ml Vernon Hatchery 1018 Casey Avs. Phone 101 tf FARM EQUIPMENT IMPLEMENTS for sale or trade t-heap. 104R Mi-Cnrmifli -iJPcrJnf 0 tl. Combine, W, H. Snioot, Phone iHiS -Vf. fi-5 FARM MACniNEBY SALE—BIG SAV JNG.S—NEW AKD USED—10-16 H Tractor, excellent, with new No. 24 Picker, $11)00.00; lil-1.'^ H Tractor, lilte new, $1250.00; 19-1': H with 1040 No, 24 Picltcr $1500.00: lOfiO .Mnclcl C Tractor with mower, lilte nnw $1K)1 ).00: 1050 Allis-Chal- mprB 2-row Piclicr. good $,'JH5.00, SPECIAL on Bale Twine $12.00 per bale. Big eavini -'H on now raises, drills, plows, couil:)inos, NfW Super C Traclors and other cfiuipnicrii too numerotis u> mention. Bill Sl.ack, Gibson City. Hi. Plione 400. 9-3 FOR SALE— IntcriKaioniil Stationarv Baler wilh Power lalte off. Louis Rynslii, Ashley, 111., Rl. 3. FOR SALE—(.•)) Uiree good used A-6 Case Combines, all in A-L shape, ready to go, Lang Implement Co,, Bonnie, III, 0-9 FOR SALE—^1940 Case Picls-Up Baler and New Holland Side Delivery Ralte used one year Good Buy. See Fred SlaggB Wayne City, HI. p.-j FOR SALE—New U.S Ch.nllenge Grain Elevators, Lavcme Barnard, Phone 2541 Wayne City, Ul, 9.3 FOR SALE—Machinery, new and used Massey-HarriB Clipper Combines. 6' P .T.O. Lelan Carr. Waltonville Road. 9-15 F.URNITURE NEW and USED furniture. We buy,, sell , and trade. West Side Fur.Qiture, 1R12 Perkins, Phone 4441. 0.3 ' LOOKING FOft the best buy In town. Modern 4 -rooro house. 2 years old Large lot 75x200 On highway. Priced to sell Now vacant Phone 1414. tf NEW AND OSED ALL MODERN HOUSE TRAILERS FOB SALE CENTRAL PONTIAC CO., 221 W. BROADWAY. CENTRALIA. ILL. tf REAL ESTATE WANTED DELIGHTFL family wants u» to find them .'1 bedroom home in Field school district. Can pay up to $12,000. Mus Imove soon. Murphy and Garrison, Realtors, 825 Main —Phone 2420. tf FARMS FOR SALE EIGHTY acre farm, electricity, all wsalher road, one mile and half south of Ewing. Inquire at Mills Turltey Farm. Benton, Ul Phono 6F23. 9.4 FOR .SALE— 10 acres, 4-room house, good outbuildings, plenty fruit, on all weather road. 4 miles Waltonville road, Vi mile south Skidmore Store, turn eiist gravel road 1 mile. Robert Bechtel. 0-3 OFFICE .EQUIPMENT DO YOO NEED adding machines. Calculators, Duplicators, Office F'umiture, Filing Cabinets, or any office equipment, machines or office supplies? Call your local dealer Littles Office Suppllea 869 tf WHEN YOO NEED Adding Machines Calculators, Ditto Duplicators, Office Furniture, ijMling Cabinets or any Office Equipment, Machines or Office Supplies Call VERL SKINNEE 4681 806 Broadway. 0.12 BETTEB BE Mosler Bafa than Sorry I See tb« Mosler 4-hour and 2-hour safes oji display at oui warehouse. Tour local dealer Ijnows your problems beat. Call 869 Littles Office Suppliea tf FRIDEN Calculators now on sale at Lit- ties Office Supplies Call 369 for sales ajid service Come in and see Priden the th'uk' Ing machine of American businese. South- em Illinois' largest supply and fomittire 0-3 dealer. LittJei OWloe luppUw -"^"""^ MARION LODGE No 13. I.O.O.F meets. every Tuesday 7 30 p m. 121 No. lOtb Visiting brothers welcome. tf PERSONALIZED btaUonery — Your name or monogram imprinted with oui new machine 24-hout service As low as 79r per box Personalized bridge cards, nap kins and maay other Items LittlB'» Office Supplies Emmerson Hotel Bid* tt - —' 1—•— ' NOTICE—Complete well drilling and watei system Installation and services Hayne» A Schcil a a. 1. Geff. Ill Phoo* 81B5 Fairfield. U LOST LOST Beagle. lemon and white female. Ten dollars reward for return or information. W. H. Smoot, 641 So, 26th, Phone 410;i-W 0-5 Bulld02lng, Land Clearing Exeavatlna, Pan4t. Lakss. Basements Read Building Cradlns, Winch CaU SEE PHONE Of WRITE JOHN J OSLAOER TRANSPORT CO. Waltonvills RoM Ml Vernon. Ill, Phenc tif* NOTICE! Are you 16oking for a painter or paperhanger ? Do you want quality work? Secure a man of experience and integ:rit,y. Call RALPH ALLEN for an esti-^ mate. 2388-J. IF YOU WANT A LOAN Consider This Fact . . . 319^ of our new customers come to us at the suggestion of a friend. That's Our Best Recommendation $25 TO $500 CASH LOANS JOE HEBBST, Mgr. mm Main St.—Phone 1526 STRAYED from Mt Vernon Sale Harn. 400 lb, red calf. Call W. J, MuBgrave or Harl Estes, !l-;i LOST—Small Beagle hound pup, hl.xcl?, fan and whrte. female. Wearing collar, Reward. Contact Gale Lemmon, 908 WarrPii. n-5 LOST —Northwest of Dix: Black, white and tan female Pox Hound. Walter Vear- wood, Kt. 2, Mt. Vernon. Phone 3848-Wl B-2 IN MEMORiAM In memory of Arthur Wilson, who passed aw;iy one year afro, Sept. 2nd. Just one year ago you left us, How our hearts have yearned for .vou. But we linow that you'll be wailing. Far above the Jfeavens blue. Sadly missed by: WIPE, CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thanlt our many friends and neifrhbors lor their Itindness and sympathy i nthe loss of our dear husband, father and brother, L. D. Wilhams. Especially do we thanh Ilev, Bird Green. Kev. Dowey Merrill, Alycrs Funeral Home: Nr-el Davis fur (he befjiitiful songs. Also the pallbearers, and for all the beautiful flowers and all who helped us in Hny wiiy. MRS, L. D WILLIAMS. MR. AND MRS. DEWAIN WILLIAMS, MRS. MYRTLE JENKINS, MR.S BONNIE CABTEB, MRS, EOSE JOHANN. ATTENTION! Production Workers Mainfenance Men JOIN OUR VAST EXPANSION PROGRAM U. S. RUBBER CO. Jollet Arsenal — Kankakee Unit We will conduct interviews at the Illinois State Employment Service Sept. 2nd, 1:00-4:30 P. M. Sept. 3rd & 4th, 9:00-4:30 P. M. Sept. 5th 9:00-11:00 P. M. 1003 Conger St. Telephone 518 919 Broadway SPECIAL PURCHASE ON MEN'S SUITS Reg. $45 ^24^^ S«'e V E S20 S A V E $20 MEN'S ALL WOOL WORSTEDS AND GABARDINES 2477 Sole Price if\ First Quolity Only Tailored for good fit and smart appeoiance. Good- looking, tightly woven 2-ply worsteds that resist weor ond wrinkles. Conservative or iemi-drap« models in a choice of smart new patterns and color*; ALSO SPECIAL PRICES ON TOP-COATS CORDUROY AND WORSTED SPORT COATS

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