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8 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, fLLINOIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 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. . t Tunis, D-PVr XTi ^/lam d .^ynnm nriorim**nt i VClR ?;AT,E 21 WOaned pipS. AIRO 2C WANTED HELP WANTED AMBITIOUS, enerfretlc man to Bcrvice and sell Blngrlc cylinder iragoline engine driven chain gaws. water pumps and liitht plants in Illinois south ol Rt. V. S. 40. The work will include direct creative selling to contractors, utilities and municipalities; building up and Bcrvielnp of a chain saw dealer org-anizatlon. Succese/u) applicant must be able to understand and perform repairs to Kaso- line engines. Must be ambitious enough to work hard. Return can be well above the average. Age 25 to 35 preferred. Transportation provided. Salary and commission. Reply in full detail to Homelite Corp., 5560 Brookville Road, IndlanapoUs. Ind. .- 9-ig WANTED Waitress, Downyllake Donut Shop. 124 No. 9th street. Apply in person between 4 and 6 p.m. FOR RENT—Modem 4-room apartment, furnished, let floor. Adults, available Sept. 15th. Phone 1763-\V. tf FOR RENT—3 rooms, furnished, electric refrigerator, stoker heat, utilities paid. Adults. 216 So. 17th. 9-15 2 Men Wanted IMMEDIATELY For established cake routes, no Investment. CONTACT PHIL BAIZE 715 S. 20th, Ph.l905-W FOR RENT—.^-room unfurnished apartment, rear of 1019 Forest Ave. Phone 3480-W. 9-10 ALL MODERN unfurnished four room efficiency duplex. On bus line. Available Sept. 23. Phone 17. If WANTED—Experienced waitress. Apply in person. Hunt's Coffee Shop. B-13 | WANTED—Bus driver for Waltonville Community High School. Make sealed bid application to the Principal's office by 4 o'clock Saturday. "'^•^ SALES LADIES—Cosmetic Manufacturer requires women capable selling beauty shops, free to travel, drawing, expense. THEO BENDER CO. 2911 N. Newstead St. Louis, Mo. WANTED—^Pry cook. Hotel Emmerson See the chef. " WANTED— Utility man for Hotel Emmerson kitchen. See the chef. " WOMAN for maid work. Hotel Emmerson. See Mrs. King. « BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE OR TRADE for farm or rented property, or would lease well established Self Service Laundry business, building and apartment adjoining for living Quarters close ^o business. An opportunity for couple wanting to get into business. If interested see me at Tourist Town Cafe just south of junction 161 and 37. Would trade for merchandise stock or what have you. J. R. Upchurch. 9-17 FOR BENT OR LEASE—40x40 binl<«ng. Warehouse or other occupancy. Call Walter Hyde. 1S89 after 6 p.m. « MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE—^Thrifty Laundry at 1711 Conger open under original management. We will appreciate your business as usual. Upchurch. EXPERIENCED adult baby sitter, will stay day or evenings. Reasonable hourly rate, references. Phone 4067-J. 9 -lS EXPERIENCED tree triming, topping, all kinds of tree work. Shrubs trimmed. Call 2S65-WX. 8-24 BATTERY REPAIRS—Egyptian Battery can replace broken posts, covers, or cases Dependable Batteries—moderately priced. WANTED—Paperhanging and carpenter repair work. Also remodeling and building. Experenced, references. Phone 3480-W. FOR TIN CAN and rubbish removal. Also light hauUnr. Call John Shores. 3843-J2 or 1551-W. 9-15 PAINTING—Inside and outside. Do good work, reasonable. Phone 2889 -W. Erva BosweU. 8-13 LAWN\|OWER grindinr, repairing, KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge. 817. So. 18th Street. 8-20 HILLTOP LANDSCAPING CO.. B. H. Huff & Sons. Phone 3047. Bluford, HI.. Cavity ^ork, spraying, trimming, trees removed, yard grading and seeding. Complete evergreen service. Call ue' lor Free Estimate of above jobs. 10-2 WANTED—Everyone to use the Freo Parking iollered by the merchants on the Ace Parking- Lot. Ju«t oft the Square on Broadway. « OKAD STOCK WANTED—Phone collect. Ham Smith. Keene*. 111. 65 Woodlawn. Dale Eetee. 831 tit. 7emon. tf WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—4 large coal stoves, 4 to. 6 room size. Henry Marlow, Bt. 6, 9-15 TOUNO, couple with2 small children would like to buy or rent 2 or 3 bedroom home in nice residential area of city. Please call 1044 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 9-13 WANTED TO BUT— Hay. State price and Quality. Phone 3886-W4. Gale Knox, Rt. 8, Mt. Vernon. tf WANTED —Studio Couch, steel or chrome arms; also chrome breakfast set or odd chrome chairs. Must be in good condition. Phone a464-J. ^ tf WE WANT to buy your scrap iron, old stoves, furnaces, rags, batteries, radiators, copper, brass, lead Top prices Truck pickup. Phone 1885. Dagg Junk Yard. 219 Casey. 9-26 FOR RENT APARTMENTS LARiGE and small. All modem furnished. Private baths. Prigidaires. automatic heat. Ill N. 15th. H77. 0-10 FOR RENT—4-room apartment, partly furnished, 328 Main. Inquire 711 Harrison, . 9-lB FORI BENT—Nice 3-room apartment, all modern duplex, unfurnished, excellent location. Phone 1388-J. 9-13 FOR RENT— Partly furnished 2-room apartment, modern except heat. Share bath. On bus line. % block oJf Broadway on 32nd street. Adults. $15.00 per month. Phone 744-J. 9-13 FOR BENT—Nicely furnished 2 and 3- room all modern apartments, dose in. Phone 656-J. tf FOR RENT 206 Main, 4 room modern, furnished. 317 S. 9th, 3 room modern. 712 Jordan, 4 room modern. Phone 400 or 48 JULIA RUTHERFORD 3 -ROOM nicely furnished apartment. Private front and back entrance, private bath. 824 So 18th. 9-13 rOB BENT —1-roora efficiency, hot water heat. All utilities paid. .813 So. 22nd. Phone 4414 -J. 9-16 JfOK BENT—3 -room modern unfurnished - apartment, upstairs. Automatic oil heat and water furnished. Wired for electric •tovB. Newly decorated, close in. Call 3970-W.' 9-13 P09 RENT—4-room unfurnished apart - ment.' Inquire 1082 So. i2th. tf FOR RENT—All modern furnished apartment with garage, furnace heat. All utilities paid. Adults only. Phone 077-J. 2413 Perkins. « X<OR;BBNT—Nice 2-room furnished, and 3-room unfurnished apartments. Modern, •toker . heat, private entrances. Phone 9280-W. 9-16 iPOR-BENT—3-room unfurnished apart! ment Modem except heat. Newly dec- ' !«rated. AdulU prefered. 1819 Casey. 0-16 t 'i-! • "• . : vjMB BENT—Clean, modern, 3-room apart»)| ment. Furnished, electric refrigerator, iiiatoker heat, good locatiooi^ Foster Sum; {men. 823 No. «th St. 10-18 APARTMENT — AvaUable Oct. 1st. Modem 3 roooi unfurnished downstairs apartment. Garage, basement. 6 blocks off square. 4l4 N. 12th ST. FOR RENT— 3 -room apartment. See after 4 p.m. 709 So. 12th SI. 9-16 FOR RENT—One. two and three-room apartments. Phone 994. , tf FOR RENT—Nice upstairs three rooms. Private bath, private entrance, automatic hot water heater —unfurnished. You pay your own utUitiejs — Rent $30 a month. 426 East Main—phone 127. Midwest Seed Co. FOR RENT—2-rooms, nicely furnished, modern apartment. See Jamison Real Estate. tf FOR SALE—21 weaned pigs. Also 200 bushels corn. Johnnie Nociar. V> mile southeast Nason. 9-16 CUSTOM COMBINING AND CORN PICKING—Call us now to engage your baans and corn. Phone 987 -W. L, D. Broylcs. Benton Road. 8-26 FOR ^AI.E —1 round oak dining table S'fi.OO: 1 t'hui;i cabinet $10.00: H dining chairs with lc:Uher seats $2.00 each; 1 white t.-ible top ranKC $35.00; 1 kncehole desk 510.00 Phone 335ti. 9-17 FOR SALE—New Kodak Retina Camera, P ,1.5 lensp. speed 1/500. with case. 1 new Bertram liclU meter, 1 roll color film. All three St'O DO. Phone 3S33-J1. 9-13 CAR superphosphate Granular. Now rolling best Fertilizer for wheat. Ralph Kollinson. Kell. 111. 8-18 FOR P.-VLE—Utility cabinet, double door, Uke new Phone 2327-R. 2031 Cherry. 9-13 FOR SALE —Collapsible baby buggy. Makes car bed. used 3 months. Phone 2628-J. n-15 ONE CENT WALLPAPER SALE now at WELGES on North Side of Sauare. B-17 FOR SALE Recleaned Seneca Wheat From certified seed. High yielding potential, smooth variety. Everett D. Atkinson Phone 3918-\V2 FOR SALE—'40 Ford. .K-l condition; large size air compressor Priced right. See at 1300 Shawnee. 9-15 FOR SALE—300 White Leghorn year-old hens. Been wormed and vaccinated. Laying good, $1.00 each. Chester Knauss. Shi miles north on Marlow road. 9-15 BOOTS—Driller, engineer, paratrooper, iron workers. Rubber boots all sizes. Dobbs Army Sto!-e. South 10th St. 9-13 FOR RENT—t-room unfurnished apartment. Modem except heat, ground floor 6 blocks from SQUare. Phone 2500. tf FOB RENT—4 room aaforaished apartment. Scml-modern, newly decorated, on bus line. 2 blocks from High School 6 blocks from Square, Phone 3209-J. tf FOB RENT—2-room fumlshed apartment • at 314 So. 11th. OUUtiet paid Adults only Phone 648 or 1581 tf MODERN 4-room apartment nnfumiehed Newly decorated. 2 bedroome. Heat furnished, close in. Adult*. 966-J. tf FOR BENT—4 room and 6 room nnfum lahed acartments 901 So. 10th. adults. Phnoe 1269 evenings. if HOUSES FOR RENT—3-room house, glassed-in back porch. 1608 So. 14th. Call 3852-J'i. Roy Brow^. 9-15 FOB RENT — 5-room house, electricity, garden. 11 miles west on 480. Vi mile south on gravel. Anthony Pytlindi, Phone Ashley 911-R. 0-15 FOR BENT—^To permanent party, lour room house, modern except heat. Pull lot Available Sept. CO.. 905 So. 23rd St. F. C. Wilbanks, Belle Rive, lU. Phone 30R32. 9-13 FOR RENT—4-room house furnished, modern e-xcept heat, $45 per month, near Horace Mann School. Phone 883-J. 9-13 FOR RENT 3 Room Unfurnished House^— Toilet and shower. Rear 320 south 11th. SEE MR, EVANS FOR RENT—3-room cottage, glassed-in porch, nicely furnished. Electric kitchen. Couple prelered. Call after 4 p. m. Phone 3032-W. 9-13 FOR RENT — 3-room house, furnished. Lights and' water paid, $6 week. 1307 So. 18th. 9-13 FOB RENT—4-room house. Pump and sink in kitchen. 6 miles east on Route 15. J. H. Greenwalt. 9-16 FOR RENT—Pour room house, north. Lights furnished, $30 month. Inquire at 318 No. 7th St. 9-13 2 ROOMS and bath, uniurnished. Modern except heat. 914 Jones. Call 607 or 994. 0-16 FOR RENT—3-room houee, electricity. newly decorated, low rent. 1 mile east of Bluford. Guy Scott, Bluford. 0-13 ROOMS FOR RENT—Nice quiet sleeping room, adjoining bath, in modern home. Kitchen privileges. Working girls. 1718 Cherry. Phone 2193-W. U FOR RENT—Sleeping room, 1% blocks north of Square. Ladies only. Phone 2398-J. If WIDOW Willi cither rent room or share modern home with lady, preferably working lady. Stoker heat, on bus line, nice north location. Phone 1H83-W. 0-13 FOR RENT— Sleeping room in modern home on bus line. Stoker heat. Working girl preferred. Phone 2001-W. 9-13 FOR RENT—3 extra nice sleeping rooms. Private bath, stoker heat, private home, on bus Une. Phone 3681-W. 522 So. 24th. tf ROOMS — Sleeping room, gentleman. 2 blocks from Square. 300 No. 10th. tf FOR RENT—Nice large sleeping room (meals optional) Private entrance and bath. Block from Field and Junior Bigh School. One or two ladles or couple. Phone 1406 after 6 p.m. tf NICE desirable, large, modern sleeping rooms, double or single. Phone 4018 425 No. 0th. tf MISCELLANEOUS TTPEWKITERS, Adding Machines. Calculators. Salcs-Service-llenlals all makes and models. "We service what we sell." MASON Typewriter Exchange,dllU Broadway. a.l7 GROUND FLOOR office space with show window. See Jamison Real Estate. tf FOR SALE 5 room efficiency house, automatic heat, insulated, built-in cabinet and bath, patio, porch, comer Jot, landscaped, large ?arage. $7800.00. No. 1 Bishop Ct.—A. E. "Gene" Irvin. FOR SALE—$200 Webster-Chicago Tape Recorder $150. If not interested don't call. Phone 572-WX after 5;00 p.m. 9-13 COTTON -Mattresses, canteen covers, foam rubber: Western jeans and jackets. Dobbs Army Store, So. 10th. 9 -13 FOR S.ALE—300 bales of good lespedeza hay: 100 bales of timothy. Chas. E. Thompson, Lynchburg Road. 0-13 COLDS? You should not have them this . winter if .vou start now on your COLD SHOT TABLETS. 9 weeks supply, $1.17. Douglas Drug Co. 9-15 FOR SALE—One heavy team smooth mouth mares. Also one set good leather breeching harness with leather collars. 3^4 miles southeast of Mt. Vernon on Lynchburg road. Joe C. Garrison. 9-15 FOR SALE 18 Ft. House Trailer $350.00 Cash Phone 4668 FOR DRINKING water. Phone 3822-Wl or 3621 P R. Bullock. 9-29 You may this very day end waxing linoleum. Dso Glaxo plastic type coating. Douglas Drug, - 9-13 YOU'LL get a thrill as Pina Foam wiU clean rugs and upholstery beautifully. Benoist Bros. , 9-13 BOYS' OXFORDS, basketball shoes. General Ridgway army caps, football helmets. Dobbs Army Store. 9-19 FOB TOP SOIL or fill dirt. Phone 3822-Wl or 3621 P R Bullock. 9-29 PURINA DOG CHOW Builds Condition— It's a Square Meal, a favorite, a real treat for any dog Riley Produce. 216 So. 11th. 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, IIBO gallon tank. Phone 3810-J4. Wilbur Jones, Bt. 3. 9-13 FOB SALiE—Compleu rMtanradt Oztoru. Phone 406 «l FOR SALE—Coal, all grades. Cinders, mine shale, sand, gravel. Contract driveway and road building. Call 4014-J, Tance Skinner. 0-13 FOB SALE—^Tlred of Ironinf with yotir heavy weight Irocf Trade it ID today on a new Steam Featherweight iron at t'e«th- erstun's Uoet all brand* on ditplv- U FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GOLDEN DELICIOUS apples, inches and up. No. 1 $3 per bu.shcl. Apple butter and cooking grade 51 bushel. Bring iont,iiner. Rex Price, North 11 miles on Rt. 37 to Waddell's filling station, then 2 miles west, then lit house north. 0-19 JONATH.^N apples—No. 1 canning grade $1.50 per bushel. Starting Sat., Sept. 13th. J. D. L ,icey Packing Shed, 3 miles north of Woodlawn. tf FOR SALE—Jonathan, Golden Delicious Apples, sweet cider, nice cantaloupes, and watermelons, 1511 So. 10th, Flota's Market 9-16 CANNING TOMATOES (red and green) • by pound or bushel, green beans, new sweet potatoes, turnips, green peppers, cabbage, eggplant, all kinds of apples (by bu.ihel or truck load). Priced reasonable. Wilkcrson's, 1506 So, 10th St. 9 -15 JONATHAN and Golden Delicious apples, all grades, this week and next, .1 mile west of Waltonville on all weather road. S. E. Boles & Son. tf JONATHAN and Golden Dellcioui Apples. bring containers. Wilkersons Market, 1606 So. lOlh. B-13 FURNITURE FOR S.\LE —^Maple crib and dresser, good condition. Joe Kieley, No. 4 Logan Western Gardens. 9-13 3-PIECE bedroom suite: 1 bed, 1 oak breakfast set, 2-piece living room suite. Priced tor quick sale. 1220 So. S3rd. 9-15 NEW and USED furniture. We buy, sell and trade. West Side Furniture, 1812 Perkins. Phone 4441. 9-25 LIVESTCX:K DPHOLSTEBINQ and SUpcoveri. AIM ena- tom made turmtura Free eetimates Free pick up and delivery within 70 mile radina. Office hours 9:00 a m.—5:00 p. m Monday through Friday Saturday 9:00 a M. 12:30 p. m "Satisfaction Guaranteed." Artistic Dpholstering. 1701 So 10th Phone 1702. tl FOR SALE— 8 weuiing pigs, Tom Molea- hour, mile east of Marlow Store. 9-15 FOR SALE—3 registered Hereford cows and calves; 2 heifers, one bull. Domino breeding. Swiss cow and heifer calf registered, calf weighs 700 lbs. L. K. Stevenson. Salem. 111. Phone 1003 Salem. 9-15 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Ori'ORTUNTTY for p.\lnting contractor in reiur.iUa: owniT ileceascd; in business ni.inv ve;>rs: good will, stock, and fixtures only' Jt.OOOnO RUDE'S REAL ESTATE, Ccntr;Uia, Illinois. 0-16 FARMS FOR RENT FOR RKNT—50 acre farm, % mile 80Ut» of Field Conaolldiited school, east of Texico. ii miles northeast of Mt. Vernon on (fr;ivpl road House, chicken house, garden an .l lurti House wirfsl for electric stove. Plicne 1507 or 3S03W3. tf FARMS FOR SALE FOR s.VLE—.SO acre farm, located P miles nnrili of Keencs. H mile from church. I, mile from gravel. Good 5-room house, mithniKiinss. plent.v of water. Electricity Part ot mineral rights. Fred IrMn. 9-16 FOR .SALE—100 acres unimproved land on gravel ro.nd. ISO ft. from Route 148 50 (lores in cultivation H mineral. Price $6000 00 cash. Phono '-06S. 0-18 FOR SALE—Improved 100 acres, near Bcllo Kive. t.imed and phosphated. New woven wire fence, price $100 per acre, terras M K Martecney. 107 HSo. 10th. Phone 109':. 9 -17 OFFICE EQUIPMENT WHE.V TOU NEED Adding Machine* Calculators. Ditto Duplicators. Office Furniture. Filing Cabinets or any Office Eqiurnieni. M.ichines or Office Supplies— Call VERL SKINNER 4681. 805 Broadway. 9-ia MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—G*,od cow. I. E. Rash, 6 mile? out Salem Road. 9-15 FOR S.\LE—12 early lambs, 4 bucks, 8 ewes. Goins Turkey Farm. Phone 7B12. 9-16 FOR SALE—YearlingHampshire Bams. 6 miles west on Highway 460. Stanley Rosenberger, Phone 2217, Woodlawn. 0-16 MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experienced and equipped. 114 No 6th Street—Phone 2699. 9-18 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS DSED instrument! bought and sold. Liberal trade ins on new instruments, accessories. Sacred, classical and popular music Open evenings. Fenton's Music Serrict, 300 So. 4th St. Phone 1863. . 10-3 PETS PUPPIES—Bostons, Cockers, Pekingese, Fox Terriers, Toy Terriers, Dachshund, Collies and Rat Terriers. Schafale's Kennels. 712 E. Main, Marion, HI. Phone 645-W. 9.13 DOGS BOARDED— Warm individual pens. Mae Callander. Phone e08 -J. tf DOGS BOAHDED — aroomed. iheareif and bathed WHJ call for and deh^er Happy's Pet Shop Me 28tk and Rlehvlev road Phon« «28a tf STOVES FOR S .A.LE —Coleman Oil Heater. Good as new. Address James Tuttle. Ina. Illinois Phone 165. 9-17 FOR SALE—Warm Morning Circulator, used three winiers, $50.00. 720 So. 17th St-. 9 -15 FREE COIN PURSE with hearing aid receiver cord. Wi> carry in stock batteries and ri'.-eiver cords tor all types or hearing aids Send .vour worn reclever cord with a $'2 .00 .'hpi'l; or r.ior.e.v order today to cover cost, roni arui posiaK"c. nnti receive a new cant .mil ••> br.nititiil coin purse. Telex Hcarin,; CfilUT, STJ Maple St.. Mt. Vernon, 111. 10-13 PIE -irrPFR. ^hiMi .''chool. 3 miles out Rirhviow Bi >,-id. Sept. 16, at 7:30. All welct'aif. 9-16 LIBERAL REWARD paid for information as 10 the whereabouts of Lawrence C. Hughes, an oil worker who lived in Mt. Vernon Illinois, in 1950. Write or call Joseph T. 5cott. Telephone 333. GrayviUc, Illinois 9-15 HERBERTS—.\ name it will PAY to remember • "Herbert the Jeweler," 313 South 10th Street. 10-10 NOTICE—Complete well drilling and water system Installation and serrlceB Ba.Tne» & Scbell a R 1. Getf. Ul Phone 8166 Fairfield U SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS—A complete line of service. Factory trained, 13 years experience Zig -zag specialist. Free estimates, pickup and delivery. Day or night service Call Fergie Ferguson. Phone 4058- JX or Write No. 6 Evergreen Place, Mt. Vernon. 10 -3 CAR WASHING 51.50 and Vacuum cleaned Ace Parking lot, off S E. Comer Square on Broadway. U DR JOH."' W WILLIAMS, Optometrist 116 North lOtb St_ Mt Vernon, Dl 1-10 -63 NEW HEARING Aids as low as $76.00 Batteries Williams Jewelry. 116 No. 10th. .Mt Vernon 1-16-63 MARION LODGE No 13. I .O.OJ meets every Tuesday 7:30 p m., 121 No. 10th Visitinj brothers welcome. tf FOB SALE—Guiberson oil heater, 3-room size $30. Can be seen 221 So. 16th or call 1745-JX. g.i3 TWIN TEMP coal heater, large size, white enamel coal or wood range; round oak table. Phone 2109-J. 9-13 OIL HEATER SERVICE— Carburetors scientifically cleaned and tested. Warren's Bottle Gae. 1300 WaitonvlUe road. Phone 1844. tf FOR BOTTLEQ GAS. itOT* UMailatloni Phone 2134, n Kinaan. Benton Eoad, Mt Vernon. 01 Dealer for FUR CAS. H RADIO & RADIO SERVICE RADIO SERVICC — CALL 3» — FREE PICKUF AND DELIVERY W. repair and eorraet any ra4ie falture In aecerdanc* with modern engineerlni prinelpltt. The result it • fluarantced tatlifaetery^ lob. Art Feathantun. 1112 Ireadway. Tubct tested free of chart*. M ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES BEFRIGERATOB SEBVICE on all makes refrigerators and air condition equipment. Fred Skaggs. Phone 1467. tf USED RADIO - A few ..ry .MM ..n»>l. rj^*'*.- •"•^•<»- 'rie«4 tor «uUk tata. Faatkarttun'a. mj •reiiway. tf VACDDM CUEANZBS ar« ear only bail' neae New aod oaed Partt. eervice. any make We rent eJeanere. Ptaoa* 1912. aty HalJ Bide O ft Btrfort. u WRINGER ROLLS tor any washer, Bring In old r«lli far wringer. Fcslherstun'i Radio Salat, 1112 Broadway. Free pickup and delivery, Fhaiie 3t2. H GOOD 08EO appUancM- Befrifaraton. 6a* Store*, Blectrle 8t0T«*, Raroien* Stove*. Radio*. TelerliioD Set*. From S6.00 Buy 00 Eaoy Term* Ooodyear 8*rrie* Iter:, Phonee 1101 or 1003 tf REAL ESTATE HOUSES FOB SALE—100 lb. whlu floor b*«B. 30r each. Hawkins Baken. tf AUTOMOTIVES FOR SALE—Good 1930 Model A. two door new radiator, mud grip tires. A. L. Fullerton, Woodlawn. Phone 2296. •' tf FOB SALE—1049—21 ft. aluminum house trailer, good condition. Write or call Richard Smith, McLeansboro, HI. Phone ^•i^. B-15 FOB SAUS OH BENT— e -room modern house, 1603 So. 10th, Immediate possession. Call 4663 after 4 p.m. 9-18 CLEAN OSED cars bought and sold. Trade, Terms Moore Motors, WaltonvUl* Bo ad at 12th. Ph iJ953 -W. tl BEAUTY SHOP PHONE 1414 for your permanent appointments. Prices $4.50. $5.00, $6.50. $8.50 $10.00. 306 So. 11th. 9-18 CHICKS WOODLAWN PENNANT CHICKS—Hatching New Hampshires and White Rocks each Tuesday "Dixie Better Feeds" and Poultry Supplies. Woodlawn Hatchery, Phono 2271 tl FARM EQUIPMENT CARNAHAN FLOOR SERVICE — Floo. sanding, rental sanders. linoleum, asphalt and rubber floor tiles. Phone 4055 ISVihii Perkins, across from shoe factory 0-20 FOB RENT—Office space, north side of Square Coll Harold Watson. 094 tf FLOOR SANDING, floor tile. plaeUo .wall tile E'ree estimate Satisfaction guaranteed E>bon* Raymond Edmison, 4658-JX or Roy Hays. 2827-J tf FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS VOB (UENTV-Modienj 8 rtfom furnished ''apATlmeatt (teatri heat, "pa bu* line. 'Mione ail4. ; 0-18 afll'PRSISHED, all modern ^-room apart' ment. lovely hea*. close* in. Ideal for virlk. l%oa* 3631. i tf FOB SALE—Coleman Oil Heater, 4 rooms, Metal rack, 3 barrels an--! fittings. See after 4 p.m. 2S8 So. ISlh. 0-15 FOR SALE—^Filtered drinking water. 1150 gallon tank. Phone 3810-J4. Wilbur Jones, at, 3 10-13 MAPLE BED with springs and matlresd. H5, Phone 1101, 017 So. 18th, B-16 FOR SALE—New U. S. Challenge Grain Elevators. Laverne Barnard. Phone '.Z541, Wayne City, 111. 9-26 FOR SALE OR TRADE—H foot Case combine $125.00. Henry Marlow, Rt. 0. ^ 9-15 LARGE TYPE wagon box. all Iir lumber; 2" tlooring covered with sheet metal, holds 100 bushels ol ear corn. Sides and ends removable. Will carry 4-ton. Price $126. Earl Sanders. Wayne City, 111. 9-16 FOR SALE—42-R IHC combine, new belts and canvasses. A-1 condition. Fine for small tractor. Cheap. Inquire 800 So, 17th, 9-15 1948 ALLIS-CHALMERS combine, real good one, $750.00; 1940 Masaey-Harris combine with motor, really a bargain, $750.00; Small Allls-Chalmers combine, lino for small tr.actor and rowed beans, only $226.00; 30 ft. Corn elevator, one row Corn Picker. Wagon Beds, Plows, Discs and Hammer Mill; AUis W. C. Tractor with power Lift Cultivator, only $375.00. Farm machinery for less. L. D. Broylos, Benton Boad, 8-15 FOB SALE—By owner: 0 -room home, modern except heat. Arranged into apartments 2 complete baths, corner lot dou- oL^of '^^ ^''"^e S '?.OO0, Phone 2666-W. g.j^g MIDWEST HOMES—3 to 7 rooms $1460 up. Shell erected in one day. High quality building materials furnished to complete.. Custom built for the Individual See our homes on display H mile south of Rte 18 on Rte 130, Charleston, Illinois. Write for free catalog at Midwest Building Co Box 334-PA, Charleston, Illinois 9-1,3 FOB SALE—6-room house, cmeap if sold immediately. Good location. Call 4499. M Norris Thomason. g.j ^3 FOB SALE—Two lots each 50x200. west onn/f^J*"^- ^"""i" Mr.. E. E. Langr.if, 2526 Cherry. g .33 FOB SALE—1052 Terry Rambler house trailer, 16 ft. At 517 So. 20th St. 9-13 FOB SALE—3 bedroom house, recently re- m^odeled. 1% bath.. Close to Library and High School. Good income property. Small down payment, balance monthly Earl Garrison. Phone: Day 3615. Evening 3640-,! 10-16 FOR SALE— Close in. modern cottage duplex, one side will pay monthly pay- f/fo"'R ^""^ attractiv, terms. Phone 45yj-«, g J^g FOB SALE—-O-room houee. 8 acres, 1^4 ra es from city on BrownsTlU* Road. % mil* from school Call 448. tf NEW AND DSED ALL MODEBN HOUSE TBAILEBS FOB SALE CEN'^RIL ^RALu^-'nx: BHOADWA^^EN: tt FOR S^LE—Machinery, new and used Massey-Harria Clipper Combines. 6' P .T.O, Lelan Cac|>, WaltonrtUe Road. 8-16 DITCH DIGGING By Machint Jeep-A-Trench Phont 1775-J •fabe Anderson, Operator Bulldozing, Land Clearing Eicavatlng. Ponds Lake*, Basementa Road Building Grading. Winch Cat* SEE PHONE « WRITE JOHiN J. OSLAGEB TRANSPORT CO. Waltonvlllf Roa« Mt Vtrnon. III. Phone flf* LOST LOST—Red leather shoulder bag contaln- ina personal articles and billfold. Reward. Phone 31. 9 -16 LOST—Bunch of keys on ring. Call 4147. 9-13 LOST—1 bank draft and 2 money orders. Reward. Phone 02B-4 Sesser.' M. E. Laur. 0-13 CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to the B'ev. Roger Neal. Pulley's Funeral Home, neighbors and friends for the many kindnesses shown us. during the death of our father, W. L, Winkler. Also, for the floral offerings, and the organist. Mrs. Cochran, the singer, Mr. Thomas and all who assisted us in any way. MR. AND MRS: HAROLD REED. mm- INSURE WITH THE ROGER WEBB AGENCY Benoist Bldg.—Phones 516 or 615 Ho ollwrilrmk MOVING OUT! TONS & TONS OF MERCHANDISE HAVE BEEN SACKED, BOXED AND MOVED OUT SINCE DOOR OPENING TIME THIS MORNING! YOU'VE STILL GOT TIME! GRAB THE KIDS, MAW AND PAW AND GET DOWN HERE BEFORE THE DOORS CLOSE AT 8 P. M. Only Til' 8 P. M. Tonitc ^^'•'^ ENAMEL PAINT White and assorted colors 70x90 Single White SHEET BLANKET Reg. $1.98. First quality .... S Only Til' 8 P. M.-Values to $5.95 WOMEN'S UNIFORMS Only Tir 8 P. M.-Reg. 98c LQUILTING COnON One $ 1 00 Big I Group • While 55 Lost Only Til'8^P._M^ GENUINE DOVE-SKIN Reg. & X size. Whites only. 79c vol. vniy III or. nn. PANTIES for $100 Only Til' 8 P. M.-24x36 LOOP RUGS Non-skid back. Assorted colors $144 Only Til'8 p. M.-9x12 Felt Base LINO RUGS Only Til' 8 P. M.-Men's Reg. $2.49 ^ A nf) 8 OZ. DUNGAREES r ''2'"' Only Til' 8 P. M.—Men's Reg. $7.95 FAMOUS MR. GREEN OXFORDS & LOAFERS Only Til' 8 P. M.—Lodies' Misses-Jrs.' NEW FALL PLAY SHOES Reg. $1.99—NOW Only Til' 8 P. M.-Ladies' Reg. $1.00 to $1.49 NYLON HOSIERY Sizes 8 !/2to .l0 !/2... Sg99 • $^66 77 ILLINOIS BROKERAGE PARK FREE SATURDAY NITE!

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