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12 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1952 CLASSIFIED PAdE 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 person. LA N Catr 8M>7J. mother for child while »orUs.~rhrmc CSflS-M. sorU. Hotel wi vrrn— Woman for salsd _ W tSnmon. l-,rm«.«l position. See Mr f rTalson. «TC VT10N «NTEO-Half day **cre- iTrl" Experienced and ^ effl- dent. ..,„ . nrt «. n -ice MM Married man pre- ,A fVSd* illTcii Conrt.1. "< -elUnr and m »YnMlnW a tnnlor home appliance. E «Uent oPPoru.nl W for advancement. « be paid while belnir -- Wo „ K|n , trained. All equipment City a.m. 0 111 12 HEI.P.WANTED-WMI. womw for bo»«. 6-dsj week. to f>, Phone' Z:il53J after B^p.m. WANTED LEAF RAKING Mark Legrers 508 Opdyke — Phono 378-J WANTED — Assistant maintenance man. HoUrEm .ner,on. See Mr. Phillip*. » WANTED 8 Men, experienced in doughnut production. Apply to Mr. Morgan at HOLSUM DONUTS 225 North 10th WANTEB—Waitress. Neat, hono«t. wW' 11 * to work .plH .hlft. Apply In person. Mc- Lauirhlln's Cafe. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES S3S0 CASH, balsnc. like rent, buys new .ern.r lot, Imm.dlst. poit.i.lon. C.H 3468^ MONEY BACK GUARANTEE — $800 Investment fives you your own Independent business operating a route of new fio dispenser* handling now, tn»t-roovln» confections In drug stores, cafes, clubs, bus depots etc. All locations obtained tor you. You must have car. references and $000, which is protected by an Ironclad money- back guarantee. Devoting a few- of your spare hours to the business, you should earn up to $70 wnokly sparo time, full lime more. Uberal financing assistance to old expansion, full Information, Write Boi 10-9 o/o Reglsler-Nows. 11-18 MISCELl^NEOUS CHIUmEN lo keep In my home days. Phono 4!!7.'l. ll-1J WIU. CAKE for your child or children In my homo, l'lionn ai-il-WX. . 11-18 WANTED—Children to keep at my home, week or day. References, rhono «504-w ; COY AND ED FLOTA—Fainting Inside and out, Wall Washing, Panor Hanging and steaming off paper. I'uons 4B8i!-W or 8oao-w. «•«• TOR TOST IIOI.K digging, 10c per hoi* and up, Phone asr >7-Jl, Lei an Carr. 12-10 FOR TIN CAN and rubbish removal. Also light hauling. Call John Shores, S84H-J2 •r 1S61-W. 1B-B KEYS made, .looks repaired HAND SAWS retoothed and filed. A. 8. Bodge, 811 Boutb 18th Street. 12H WANTED — Cabinet and light carpenter work. V. L. KiatU'l. 010 So. Bith Bt. Pbon* 3073-J. 13-0 DEAD STOCK WANTED—Call Dal* Est**, 881 Mt. Vernon. Phone Collect. U FOR UPHOLSTER* and furnltur* repairing. Phone 0B8-W J. L. Wlnlre*. 11-28 CALL E, H IIOFF & SONS. 80*7 Bluford, EU., for tree trimming and tree removal. Chain saw and caterpillar equipment. Can deUvar length hickory, oak barbaqu* and ilreplae* wood. 11-20 MOST PLACES rmi may hare to wail (wo week er longer for glasses. We may make your rlasses while you wait. Have your eyes examined once a year. ITlfty different styles to select from Dr John W Williams. Optometrist, lie North loth St.. Mt. Vernon, 111. 18-20 WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—Stamp collection, large or small, now or used. U. S. or Foreign. T. O. Box 38-1, Mt. Vernon, 111. 11-8 WANTED lo buy good quality 60 or 00 lb. pigs. Cltflord Cherry, rhoiis 8383-J. 11-18 DONT GIVE your equity away. I buy or trade for equities, city or (arms. 4068-J. 11-18 FOR RENT APARTMENTS TOR RENT—Clcnn downstairs apartment 3 rooms, all modern, private entrance, stoker heat, good neighborhood. On bus stop. Phone 3033-W. Paul Nelson. 301 So 22nd. tf MODERN 2-room. S-rnoin efliclnnry opart ment. Good heal, close in. Phone 3031 It NEWLY DECORATED 3-room furnished apartment, private balh. Phone U777-J 11 FOR RENT—furnished apartment, 8 large roonih. 2nd floor. Pearl McPhorson, 121 Main. Phone 1118-J. tf FOR RENT—Modern 2-room apartment, furnished. Electric refrigerator, stoker heal, near High School. 404 So. 7th. 11-15 FOR RENT—3 unfurnished roome. $16 per month. 60fi So. 13th St. Phono 2738-W. 11.IB FOR RENT — Modern 3-room furnished apartment. 420 So. 17th. Phono 2602-J after 4 p.m. 11-16 FOR RENT—Four room unlurnished du plcx apartment. 706 Perkins. Phone 2208-W. N 11-16 FOR RENT—3-room unfurnished apartment. Batb, outside entrance, dose in Phone 3031-Jl. 11-11 APARTMENTS for rent—All modern furn Ished. Private baths. Crlgtdaires, Automatic heat 111 M. IStb, 1177. 11-11 FOR RENT—3-room furnished or unfurnished apartment, heat furnished. Phone 4B43-W. If FOR RENT — Furnished apartment and sleeping rooms. Furnace beat. 704 Main. FOR RENT—3-room furnished apartment. Inquire Lustlg's Shoe Store, 707 So. 10th Phono 4506-W 11-11 FOR RENT—3 room and batb, unfurnished apartment. Private. 714 So. 24th. 11-11 8-ROOM unfurnished apartment, bath, close in. Could convert to 3-room apartments. Phone 3620. 11-14 FOR RENT—Four room furnished apartment. Oil heat, first floor, oloss In. Inquire 600 Harrison. 11-11 CNFURNISHED—4-room apartment, newly decorated, private bath and ball Auto malic oil heat furnished Conveniently lo csled over Hunt's Coffee Shop. Phone 2700 after 0. Phone 2108-f 11-U COLDS? Ton should not hsvs them this winter If yon start now on your COLD SHOT TABLETS. 0 week supply CI.17 Douglas Drug Co 11-11 FOR A kitchen neat, you lust can't beat, a Olaxo-coaled linoleum So easy to clean Douglas Drug 11-11 "UNSCIENTIFIC" tests In thousands of homes prove Plna Foam a great rug cleaner. Denolst Bros. 11-11 FOR RENT— 3 unfurnished 8 -room apart mrnls Private baths Heal and water furnished. J36 pel month Inquire Apt 7 before 8 p.m. 802 Main or Phone 4006. FOR RENT—3-room furnished apartment with refrigerator, gas stov*. steam beat 826 So 17tb. I' FOR RENT Two Bedroom Duplex Apt. 208 N. ISth .it. Cfil Heat Couple Preferred Phone 73S FOR RENT—4-room furnished apartment Front screened In porch. Oarage. 61 It So 20lh. Phone 2000-W. 11-13 FOR RENT—i-room unfurnished apart ment Modern except heat Call Walter Hyde, 1200 evenings or Inquire South Bide Drug Store. 001 So 10th U 4-llOOM efficiency, modern, unfurnished. basement garage North aids on bus lino $46 Phon* 17 tf FOR RENT—On*, two and lbr**-room apartments Phons 004 tf FOIl RENT—3-room furnished apartment Utilities paid 814 So. 11th. Phons 1681^ FOR RENT Oo»,y 8-Room Apt, — Modern, unfurninhed, large modern kitchen complete with now cnb- loots, stove find refrlgerutor. Large bedroom, small living room. Private outside entrance. Located close to downtown, BJ2H east Broadway, Rent $50 which includes automatic heat, gas for cooking, lights and water. Phone 921 or 3579-J HOUSES FOR RENT—3-room house, modem oxcopt heal. Phone 8210-J. 11-13 8 ROOMS, bath, furnished. Water, lights furnished. Clean, oil heater. 012 Ho. 21st. 1MB FOR RENT—Clean 4-room cottage, Park district, $36.00 per month. Inquire "(I'JIl Jones 8t. U-16 FOR RENT—4 rooms and bath. All modern . except heat. 1312 Conger. See llllny Johnson. 701 Mo. 23rd or Phono 1166. 11-14 4-ROOM efficiency cottage, Hardwood " floors, built-in cahlnols, laundry, linoleum, oil heat. BOO No. 8th. 11-12 $06.00 MONTH, good neighborhood north. All modern 2-bedroom home, oil heat, garage. Key 801 Matn, Harlow Service Station. 11-12 FOR BENT—New 4-room horn*. $60.00 pet month 8** Jamison tt*al Estate, tf FOR RENT — Furnished B-room modern house, 618 So. SOU). Pbon* 1080-J. U ROOMS NICE Isrg* siMplnf room*, doubl* or sin(1* Stoker . heat, good parking space Phon*. 4018. 426 No. Oth. tf FOR RENT—Sleeping room, 1H blocks North of Squar*. Ladles only. Phono 2308-J. If TO GENTLEMAN—Comfortable modem bed room, olOM In on aul*t etr**t I'll 188J. „ tf FOR RENT— Nlc* Ian* sleeping room (meals optional) Private entrance and balh. Block from Field and Junior Qlgh School. On* or two ladlw or couple Phon* 1408 after a cm. tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—Office space, north side of Squar*. Call 004. tf FLOOR SANDING, floor Ills, plasUs wail til*. Fro* Mlimat* Satisfaction guar antecd. Phon* Raymond Ed mi son. 40S8-J1 or Boy Hay*. S897-J U FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS 16 GAUGE Remington Automatic with Improved polychoke. Call 1201 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. H. D. Harlow. 11-13 ELECTRIC Mixers, Coffee Makers, Hand Mixers. Electric Heaters, Food Choppers, Coukio Jars, Pottery, Kitchen Scales. Dobbs Army Store. 11-16 DIRT can't hurt linoleum coated with Glaxo. Ends waxing, lasts months, easy to apply. Douglas Drug. 11-18 FOR RENT—Modern furnished apartment, stoker beat. Utilities paid. 800 So. 12th. Phone 2532-J. tf FOB RENT~Efflciency 2-room furnished apartment, stoker heat, private entrance. Adult*. 808 No. 6th. it FOR S.VLK—20 Weaning Pigs. 11160 A. 0. Tractor and equipment. David 8. Uullock, HI. 3, City. U-16 IF rugs are clean, new they'll seem. Uso Flna Foam rug and upholstery cleaner. Bcnolst Bros. 11-18 SUEDE JACKETS. Gnbrfrtllne Dress Coots. M.on and Hoys, P-coats. all sizes. Hblg- woy Bnps. Shirts, Blankets. Make your Christmas selection oarly. Dobbs Army Slore. 11-16 MINK DYED. Muskrat fur coat, else 18, good condition. Priced reasonably. Call at 500(1 Perkins. Phono 108S-J. 11-16 WE STILL hare guns, shells, hunting clothes, gloves, license, compasses and warm socks. Dobbs Army Store. U-16 FOR SALE—Bathtnotte, car bed and ofat. Teeter Babe, medium weight, crib cover. Phone 4407-W. 11-13 IF YOU NEED a tarpaulin, any slxo, good prices. Come In. Dobbs Army Store, U-16 FOR SALE—Full blooded Red Irish Sottor, !li years old. with papers $100. See Lowell Logg at Wayne City Elevutor. 11-18 BOYS combat boots, overshoes for the en- lire family. Rubber boots, work shoes and dress shoes. Dobbs Army Store. 11-15 WALLPAPER SALE—Stock reduction, as much as 60% cut in price. WELCE'S, North Side Squaro. 11-18 ORDER NOW for Christmas. Watches, lew elry. sweepers, electric drills, clocks and electrical appliances. Phone 4071-J. 11-12 FOR SALE—Phllco radio and vlctrola combination, mahogany cabinet. Perfect condition, reasonable. Phone 380J-W4. 11-12 FOR SALE—Trained hunting dogs. Pointers and Setters. H. A. Illggs. Bonnie, III. 11-14 SEWINO MACHINES—Specials price* on reconditioned Treadle from $12.60. Repairing and part*. 1806 Harrison. Phone 1081-J. Clevenger. 11-14 FOR SALE—Baby beefs, still sucking and been on full feed of corn 10 weeks. 460 to 650. Just right for locker. The best that can be bought, 26c a pound on foot. Phone 2231. R. A. Germenn, Woodlawn. 11-14 ORDER waterless cook ware for Christmas. 18-plcn set,, $33 per sot. Guaranteed. Phono 4071-J, 11-12 FOR HALE—Baby buggy, large size, practically now. Phone 234-W. 11-12 FOR SALE—5..veor-old Setter female, papered, $76.00; .'l-ycar-old Setter male $60.0(1; 3-year-old Pointer male, $60.00: nun -'I and ono 6-yoar-old Pointer female $-10.00 each. Redbono Coon dog, 1-year-nld $30.00; Trenwalker, 1-year-old $26.00. Phono 4218-M. 1310 No. 12th St 11-14 FOR TOP SOIL or fill dirt. Pbone 3822-W1 or 3021. 12-8 FOR SALE—2 registered treeing Walker Coon hound pups. 4 months old. IProm Forney's Beautiful B«a-Ma|or'« Texlco Tony No bettor blood to be found. Myron Simmons, Roll, 111, 11-11 FOR DRINKINO water. Phone 3822-W1 or 3021. P. R Bullock. 12-8 REGISTERED Pointer Bird Dog, 2V4 year* old, broke, $50. Also 7-montlis-old pup, $25. 6 mllos East on Fairfield Rond. Phone 3005-J1. 11-13 FOR SALE—2 Beagle dogs, 8 months old Phono 2012-J. 11-12 DEBUTANTE Cosmetics for Christmas rift nt|ggoallons. Culler Brush Man. Phone 2823-J. Manuel L. Jackson. 718 Jordan. s 11-10 WATER—For filtered drinking water, call Wilbur D. Jones. Phone 8810-J4. Rt. 8 U-16 $12.30 EXCHANGE buy* *6-plale Z4 month battery, all tax paid. Egyptian Battery, So Tenth. . 11-27 FOR SALE—Cheap, quarters of baby beef. also young steer* Sal* Knox. Phon* 3880 W4 tf SPECIAL—While they last— Radio tree with each gas range Several makes Gas hot water heaters $00.05 Sea our Dem onstrator Oil (leator without a flu* burn Ing Several used oil heaters, Solgler. Qilak er. $20 up Coal stoves $10 up Used Ben- dlx washor $80 60; llarullton dryer, eleo trie $80.60 Used Perfection oil range* New radio tubes 26% off Shellane Bottle Gas and Service Warren's Sottls Qas. 1300 Waltonvllle Road Phone 1844. tf Permanent Antifreeze, $2.50 per gallon, while It lasts Lei an Carr, Ocdldenc* on WaJtonrlil* Road. tf FOR SALE— IflO lb flout bags, SOe each or $2 per dozen Hawkins Oakery tf FOR BALE—Man's suit da* 42—418 trousers Gray-blue, al,' weoL n*v *r b*en worn $26 Call 1182 allot S pjzt. tf FIRE eXTINGUI8HBHo—Al) type* and •lies of Randolph Fir* Extinguishers at Oenolat Bros Hard wax*. tf PURINA DOG CHOW Build* Condition— It's • Square Meal, a favorite. • real treat for any dog. Ul *y Produo* 116 S*. 11th U it>H 8ALU—Complete raatanraal ItatsiM Phon* 40S If FOR SALE—Ttr*d of lronlna with rtmi heavy weight Ironf rrad* It in today on i new Steam Peatherwalght Iron al Faalh ersttin's Most all brands on display tf UPUOLSTEiUNO and Slipoovar* Al** en* torn mods furniture Fr** Mtimate* Fr** Pick up and dnllvery within 70 mil* radlu* Office hours 8:00 a m,—6 :00 p m Monday through Friday Saturday 9:00 a •>, 12:30 p, m "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Artlatlo Upholaterinc. 1701 to. lota. Phon* 1702. tf AUTOMOTIVES FOR SALE OR TRADE—1040 Chevrolet 4- door sedan, first class condition. Thone 34 3II-J. U.18 FOR SALE OR- TRADE—1041 Pontine, Leland Uayno, Llborly Road. Phone 3010-J3 U-16 Need A Car or Truck? Rent s Car or Plclrap Truck by the hour, day. week^or commercial. Now cars Mid tracks. MT. VERNON RENT-A-CAR CQ. New Location — 801 Jordan Phone 4078—Night Pbon* US? CLEAN USED oar* bongnt and sold Trad* Term* Moor* Motor*. Waltotivllj* load at IStb Pb 3083-W tf FOB SALE LINCOLN COSMOPOLITAN, 1949. I will soli this good oar very reasonable, as my husband Mils Packard and Insists on m* driving Packard. Low mils- as*. MRS. GLENN E. COLE Phone 2310 116 No, 14th St. BEAUTY SHOP $15.00 Cold War* $6.60 on Monday*, Budget Cold Wave $4.60. Evenings by ap pointment. Phone 3031. 11-11 MACHINE permanent* $4.60. Machlnoloss $5.00. Cold Wave $6.00, $6.50, $7.60, $8.50 and $10 Phon* 1414. 11-18 COAL FOR SALE—Good washed coal, ,$8.80 per ton: Also stoker Clarence Phillips. Phone 3527. 11-14 FOR SALE —One smooth mouthed mare % mile South Johnson Filling Station off Fairfield Road. 11-13 FOR BALE—Yorksblr* Spring Boars and Hereford Roars. Ready for service. How ard Hlrons. Waltonvllle. HI. 11-11 FOR SALE—Registered polled Hereford Bull, 14 months, good one: Registered Guernsey cow, fresheD soon, Guernsey cow. fresh 30 days: Duroc male hog, weight 300 lb*. H. Ellis Roane. Opdjks. 11-11 PURE BRED Poland China boars, plenty of size and quality. Louie Schmidt, Rt. 3. City. 11-12 REGISTERED Duroc spring gilts: also fall boars and gilts. One rubber tire wagon and bed. like new; one 14" 2-bottom Allls- Chalmera plow; 7' International disc. Ver ner Earls. Rt. 2, Waltonvllle. 11-14 FOR SALE—1 Guernsey cow with heifer calf. Southern Illinois Equipment Co.. Glenn Colo, Waltonvllle Road. Phone 2310. 11-14 FOR SALE—7 Feeder Shoal*. 46 lbs. each. James Craley. 4431-W. North end of north Uth St. 11-12 FOR SALE—Pure bred Duroc sprinr boar. Earl Simmons, 1st farm east of Divide, 11-12 FOR SALE)—Registered Scotch Shorthorn bulls, tervlcable: Poland China Boar*: mixed timothy and Isspedeza hay. Eugene Jackson. Rt. 6. Mt. Vernon, Phono 3842-J2. 11-12 MILK COWS with calves. Springers, all sizes, heifer*, steers, Terms. Geo. Daniels. 11-13 FOR SALE—Duroc*. 12 weaning pig*. $10 •ach. 10 boars, $16 to $60 Clarence Stroud, Toll* Road. Phon* 3008-W3 after 4:80 p. m. tf MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE—Small Grand Kimball piano Call 420 or 8088. CHOICE selections of every typo of Musical Instruments Terms Rentals Lessons, accessories. Varel's. 816 So. 17th. 12-1 PETS DOGS BOARDED In heated kennel, Indl vidua! runs. Toy Peklnge** at stud Phon* 000-J. Ma* Callendor. tf DOGS BOARDED - Oroomsd, sheared and bathed Will «all for and delivo Happy's P*l Shop N« teth and Richvi.w road Phon* 42SS. tf STOVES 1060 Kelvinator electric range with timer, used 3 months, gun run tee perfect condition, $150. Call 2680-W. 11-12 BEAT WITB OAS The servant that oevei sleeps Enjoy fully automatic beat with a gas heater or a gas (loot furnace Be* our complete line of gas beating equip ment. Kemper Skelgaa. 106 No Oth Phone 010. 11-20 OIL HEATER SERVICE-«Carbur*tor* Ml entlflcolly cleaned and tested Warren's Bottl* Oa* 1800 WaltonvUl* road Phon* 1844. tf FOR BOTTLED OAS, stov* InMallatlom Phon* 1114, a Kin atari Banton SVo*d. alv Varnoa ui D**J*> to PUP OAS. tf RADIO & RADIO SERVICE RADIO SERVICE — CALL Stt — FREl PICKUP AND DELIVERY W* nstli and •*vr*** ami rattle failure In oscardans. with m **1 *m tn|ln**rln* prlnalal**. The result Is • an*r*nte **1 *atlsfa*t*r> lab Art F**th*rMun. 1111 •roadway. Tub** tested fr** of share*. at FOR EXPERT radio repair, call Warren's Bottl* Gas Phon* 1844. tf ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REFRIGERATOR SERVICE on aO makes refrigerators and air condition equip ment Frsd Skagg* Phon* 1487 tf USED RADIO — A few very IMS mn*s>ls m**1*l* an* tekl* m**t*la Prl ***1 f*t «ul*k sal*. FMiharttvn'e. lift RraaSway tf VACUUM CLE A ME AS arc m> only trad DM * H*w and o**d Parte, eervle* any roak* W* rent oi*an*r* Phoa* IBIS. City Hall Bids O B Bnford U WRINGER ROLLS ter any wash** Brlna In *4* rails f*t wrln**r f**therstun't Raai* Sal**. 1111 Br**S«ray. Fr** a)l*kup and delivery. *>h*n* lit tf GOOD USED appllanoM' Bterrliwator*. Sat Stove*. ElMtrie Stov** K *ro*en» Stov** ktedto* Television Set*. From SA .00 Bay on Easy Tana* Ooodyat Sttrvia* Stom. Phon** 1101 or lOOS. (J WASHERS BENDIX automatle tsihtt rapalr service Also parte Warren's Bottl* Oaa. Phone 1844. tf HOUSE TRAILERS S** Th* Newest |*j MOBILI HOMES New *n Olsplay CnbeUeveable convaa- lenc*. 2 bedroom models, tub or shower bathe, heat, refrigeration. TV. snack bar Th* world'* most live­ able home* on wheel* Easy term* 8** them Open evening and Sun— day SALES and SERVICE ROGERS TRAILER RANCH Ranteul. Illintts REAL ESTATE HOUSES FOR SALE—Equity In Filling Station anrl small Grocery Store, 1 aero ground, living quartora on FalrJiold Road. Call 3006--W3. 11-18 FOR SALE—Or trade for smaller house, 6 rooms, all modern. Phono 3074-W1. 11-13 EQUITY 7-room modern houso. Will trade for livestock or lato model car. Phone 2040. 11-13 OWNER will sell equity cheap, In all mod ern B-room house In Mannen Addition Purchaser make take over small monthly payments. Write Box L c/o Register-News. 11-11 FOR SALE—By owner, 6-room efficiency. loan-established, payment $50 per month Make an offer I Phone 4284. 11-11 FOR SALE—6-room house, new built-in cabinets. Inlaid linoleum, closed-ln back porch. $3,860.00. Phone 4218-M. - 11-U FOR SALE OR TRADE—8 acre*. Influir* 6th house north of Puckelt's Stor* on Wal tonvill* road. 11-11 NO HUNTING, trespassing or training dog* day or night on farm* owned by Ma* Willis Martin. 11-11 FURNITURE FOR SALE—Storkllne buggy, excellent condition. Phone 4273. 11-13 FOR SALE—Al Mlll'a Curve. Rt. 400— Filling Station equipment, restaurant equipment, stoves, etc. Electric water pump, oil heaters and Venitlan blinds. 11-13 ORDERS TAKEN for holiday fruit cakes or Xmus fudge to Nov. 26. 2441-RX or 3862-J2. U.25 FOR SALE—Portable washing machine, like new. Side arm gac water heater, choap. Ph. 3760-W. 11.15 BIRD DOGS for rent by day or by week. Kelly Marcum, 1318 No. 12th, Phone 4218-M. 11.16 NEW and USED furnltur*. W* buy. sell and trade. West Side Furnltur*. 1812 Perkins Phone 4441. If FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CALL OSCAR HALL. 3978-J4. Special offer. Fall and spring fruit tree planting. Stark Bros. Nurseries. 11-17 FOR SALE—Th* beat m apples. Red and Golden Deicious, Jonathan, Wine Sap, and Grimes Golden. J. O Riley, 1810 So. 12th stresL 11-7 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Registered Hereford Bulls: Two horned, Oct. '61: one polled, Sept. '51. Reasonably priced.) Ashley Road West, mile North Salem Church. Irvln H. Ward. V-1 1118 NOTICE—Owing to th* danger of fir* du* to th* drouth,'th* undersigned land own ere will not allow any hunting. Geo. D. Williams, Marvin Latta. 0 *0. Milt, Jack Dedman, Lester Huston, Carl F Houser, Sam Hayes, W. M, Barefleld. John J. Tobin. Frank Franklin, Joe Rostallan, Marvin Warner, Lee Scott, Orley Stonecipher, Maudia Whltlock. John Beck, Sam Stanrtdge, Roy Chattain, John Hayes, Ira Shehom. Robert E. Arnold. Warner Green loe. Max Kelly, Richard Buckbam. W. O. Whltocll. R. C. Henson. 11-1,1 $380 CASH, balans* Ilk* rent, buys now modsrn bunaslow In West part. Garag*, sornsr lot, Immediate possession. Writ* Box 4, Mt. Virnsa, III. 11-12 MIDWEST HOMES—4 to 7 rooms. Low In cost—High In quality. All houses custom built to your specifications and floor plan. Beat the winter weather with our one day shell erection. Write for free catalog or see our 8 model homes on display at Midwest Building Co.. Box 334-PA, Charleston, II- linoi*. 11-13 FOR SALE—4-room hous* with full bath and basement. So. 16th.: 3-room house with shower bath: Small place near Bethel School Can use bouse trailer a* part pay. J. R. Winn, 800 So. 17th. 11-14 8-ROOM houio, light*, water; 2-room hous* In rear. Pric* $3,000.00. 100S So. 7th. Phon* 171BJ. 11-18 SPARTAN and Lintx-eraft Trailer Home*, 8 body styles, priced from $2,000 to $6,000. Central Pontile Co.. Ceotralia. HI ti WM. COMBS. C. C DECK. LOUISE CUSTER. W. B. HORTON. 11-12 MISCELLANEOUS RONALD ATKINSON will allow no hunting on his farm, day or night. 11-15 NO HUNTING allowed on the following farms: Curt Correll. Paul Gardner. Wilson Smith. Fred Osborn, Frank Cherry, Fount Moreland, Frank Hrovatin. Herschel Flanagan. 11-12 NO HUNTING allowed, day or night, gun or dog. Roy Edwards. 11-14 NO HUNTING allowed on my farm. C. M. Capp. 11-14 NOTICE!—No hunting or trespassing on the following farms: Charlie Jenkins, Oeorgo Hargis, Leon Wilton, Clelus Jenkins, Harry Hargis. Maurice Musgrarcs, Jerry Moor*. Jess Davis. Orval Sturman, Roy Shrum. Noel Richards, Perry Sexton. 11-T2 NO HUNTING on farms operated by Harold Standcrfcr. 11-14 NO HUNTING or trespassing allowed. Edward Breazcale. Jl -12 NO HUNTING on these farms: Charley 1 Fe- noll. Earl Tinsley, Everett Bruce, Cortland Sanders. McCormlck farm George Sargent, Murland Foster, Emmet Leneave, Ray Bruce. 11-12 NOTICE^—Allen's Home Made Ice Cream at 1003 Jordan Is again open dally from 8:30 a.m. until 0 p.m., except Monday. 12-10 NO .HUNTING on the farm of Clarence Smith, 4th house South Marlow School. 11-12 NOTICE—Land owners of the Bakcrvlllo bottom land from the road west of Bakerville approxlmotely ono mile west. 3 miles south on west side Route 37. on both sides Casey Fork Creek, will not allow hunting this xeason. 11-12 NO HUNTING or trespassing on the following farms: Clyde Adnms, Albert Adams. Harry Pierce, Evan Adams, Troy Adams, E P Adams. Oscar Dobbs, Walter Adams, Clyde Beard, Will Owens. 11-13 NO HUNTING or trespassing will be permitted on my farm. Etta Elnnlgan. 11-12 DUE TO THE DRY WEATHER and danger of fire, no hunting will be allowed on farms owned or operated by the following: Alec Bean. Blllle Nowell. Jerry Elllston, Russell Elllston, Raymond Myers. Ray El­ llston. Joe Elllston, H W. Myers, W G, Pemberton. Orley Rutherford, Lowell Davis, Gladys Wells. Sam Black, George Taylor, Hubert Danner. Sherwood Danner. Frank Bean, John Earls. Louie Schmidt. Walter Falrchlld. J. J. Enter. Newton Scott, Alva Phelps, Homer Bumpus, Benton Lacey, Stanley Roaenbcrger, S. W. Mannen, George Ellbcrth, Ray Cherry. Herbert Stovono, Carl Reed. Charles Hall, Robert, Eubanks, Carwin Eubauks. W A. Robinson. 11-22 NO HUNTING on my premises south of Liberty road. Signed: A. R. Robinson. 11-13 NO HUNTING or trespassing: RICHARD POSTON. FRANK CHESNEKE. FRANG CHESNEKE JR.. TONY RYNSK1, TONY MEYERS," JESS GREENE, EVERETT MILLS. GEORGE LANGA MARTHA LANGA'S ESTATE. ARTHUR MCMILLAN. DR. JOHN W WILLIAMS. Optometrist. 116 North 10th St.. ML Vernon. HI 8-16-63 NEW HEARING Aid* as low as $76.00 Batteries Williams Jewelry. 118 No 10th Mt Vernon 3-16-53 NOT!OB—Complete well drilling and water •yatem Installation and services Haynes A SchelL R B 1. Gaff. 01 Pbone 8185 Fairfield tf OAR WASHING 81.80 and Vacuum cleaned Ac* Parking lot off 8 E Corn*r Square on Broadway. ti MARION LODGE No 13. I.O.OF meets every Tuesday. 7:30 p m. 121 No 10th Visiting brothers welcom*. tf MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experienced and *qulpp*d 114 No. 8th Street—Phon* 2800. 11-18 LOST LOST—Black and tan mnlo Terrier puppy. Bobtnllcd. 603 Conger. W. A. Gilbert. Phone 2328. . 11-13 LOST—$30 In currency between 17th and Conger and Veribest Grocery. Reward. Call 2715-J. 11-12 LOST—One key ring of koys. Phone 1128. Reward. 11-14 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Robert H. Moore, who passed away Nov. 12, 1060. Sadly missed by: WIFE, DORIS. DAUGHTERS, CARRIE AND VIRGINIA : MOTHER AND DAD, SISTERS AND BROTHERS, AND ALL WHO LOVED HIM. t Buy Now on GOODYEAR'S XMAS LAY-A-WAY PLAN BE FIRST AND SAVE MARKETS By A*M*lat*d Pre** WALL STREET By Associated Press NEW YORK. — Early gains evaporated in today's stock market and prices presented a mixed pattern. Bolstered by transfer of some sizable share blocks, total volume came *to an estimated 1,500,000 shares. • Improvement during the morning hours was led first by railroads and then by radio-television issues, without attracting much of a following in other sections. Many of these gains faded late in the session. Settling into lower ground were Studebaker, Youngstown Sheet & Tube, Bethlehem Steel, Standard Oil (N. J.), Gulf Oil, American Woolen, International Harvester, American Smelting. Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard Railroad, Schenley and J. I. Case. Holding to gains were American Tobacco, Southern Co., Zenith, Radio Corp., Nickel Plate, New York Central, American Telephone, Consolidated Natural Gas. CASH GRAIN By Associated Press CHICAGO.—Cash wheat: none. Corn: new: No. 1 yellow $1.58%59; No. 2, $1.58-58%; No. 3, $1.5257; No. 4, $1.44%-51Va; No. 5, $1.41; old: No. 2 .yellow $1.59; No. 3, $1.57-58%; No. 4, $1.55%- / 56 '/2; No. 5, $1.52%-54%; sample grade $1.29%-54%. Oats: none. Barley nominal: malting $1.3581; feed $1.28-38. Field seed per hundredweight nominal; sweet clover white $9.00-$10.00; yellow $9.00-50; redtop $38.50-$39.50; alsike $30.50-$31.50; timothy $13.50$14.00; red clover $31.50-$32.50; alfalfa central common $29.50$30.50; alfalfa northern common $32.00-$33.00. Soybeans: none. LIVESTOCK By Associated Press NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111. —(USDA) — HOGS 12,500; top 17.15; bulk choice 190-270 lbs. 17.00-17.10; moderate sprinkling 210-240 lbs. 17.15; choice 280-350 lbs. sparingly 16.50-16.75; choice 150-170 lbs. 15.25-17.00; most 170180 lbs. 16.75-17.00; 120-140 lbs. 12.25-14.50; sows 400 lbs. down 16.00-16.50; over 400 lbs. 14.0016.00. CATTLE 5,500; calves 1,500; slaughter steers and heifers not established; early sales limited to few choice and prime 1112-lb. steers at 34.00; early sales utility and commercial cows 13.50-16.50; few 17.00; good to prime vealers 27.00-35.00; individual head prime to 37.00; liberal share of supply utility and commercial at 16.0026.00. SHEEP 3,500; scattered sales good and choice wooled lambs 20.00-23.00; one lot choice and prime 24.00; not enough done to establish price trend. CHICAGO POULTRY By Associated Press CHICAGO — (USDA) — Live poultry: steady to firm; receipts 1,490 coops f. o. b. paying prices unchanged except on fryers or broilers 2% cents a pound higher heavy hens 19-20; rosters 30-32; fryers, or broilers 40-40.5; old roosters 18-20; ducklings 32; turkeys not quoted. ST. LOUIS PRODUCE By Associated Press ST. LOUIS — Produce and live poultry: : Eggs: small 33-35, A mediums 42-47, A small 32-37; B large 44-47. Fowl: young pullets 25, heavy breeds 21, leghorns 17%; fryers broilers: commercial reds 33; turkeys: young toms 31%-33. Other prices unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Associated Press CHICAGO — Butter firm; receipts 675,921; wholesale buying prices unchanged to a cont a pound higher; 93 score A A and 92 A 70.5; 90 B 68.25; 89 C 66.5; cars: 90 B 69; 89 C 67.25. Eggs firm; receipts 16,414; wholesale buying prices unchanged to three cents a dozen higher; U. S. large whites 59; U. S. large mixed 57; U. S. mediums 49; U. S. standards 45-48; current receipts 40; dirties and checks 33. TURNIPS—TURNIPS ABOUT GONE ORDER NOW Phone 479-J O. E. Yandell a Tractor Tire TROUBLE? Phone 1101-1003 FLATS FIXED right on the spot CUTS and BRUISES repaired. LIQUID FILLING drained and replaced. TUBE VALVES replaced. GOOOSVtAR TIRES GOODYEAR SERV,ct G. B. (DUTCH) REED I S. 10th St. — Sprinkle Skin Froiti Shaker to Cover Burns By Associated Press ST. LOUIS — New skin sprinkled from a salt shaker to cover burns is a prospect raised today in a report to the National Academy of Sciences. The skin would be quick-frozen, dried under a vacuum, then powdered and stored under vacuum. But the skin would remain alive, able to provide a living cover as a first step in skin-grafting over severe burns. Blqpd vessels or other human spare parts might also be kept alive, intact, for years by the same freezing and drying. The possibility is foreseen in success in freeze-drying influenza virus and other tissues, and finding them still alive some time later. This work was described by Dr. Donald Greiff, professor of biology at St. Louis University. He used a specially-built apparatus to freeze the virus or tissue with dry ice and acetone, and dry it under low pressure to vaporize the liquid. OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE 5c BUNDLE Bulldozing, Land Clearing Excsv.ttng. Ponds L*k*s. B*s*m*nta Road Building Grading Winch Cats SEfc PHONE .r WRITE JOHN J. OS1.AGER TR ANSPOR1 CO. Waltonvllls Road Mt Vsrnon III. Phon. lit* For Sale By Owner New 5 room modern efficiency ranch \ type home. Fireplace, built-in tiled kitchen and bath, hardwood floors, birch woodwork, full dry basement, Timken oil heat, breezeway and garage. 5 acres. 2 miles out on hardroad. Owner being transferred, will sacrifice for Immediate sale Phone 3978-J3 Trust 1 Fund for Rita's Daughter By Associated Press NEW YORK.—Rita Hayworth's lawyer, Bartley Crum, said today a "very substantial" trust fund had been agreed upon for the actress daughter, Yasmin, 2, but declined to confirm published reports that it amounted to a million dollars. Crum arrived in New York by plane today after reaching the trust fund agreement in Paris with Charles Torem, attorney for Prince Aly Khan, estranged hug- band of the actress. The attorney said Miss Hayworth may start a' divorce action in Paris. She already has a suit pending in Nevada. GIs Rushing to Wed Frauleins By Associated Press FRANKFURT, Germany — The United States is issuing visas to German wives of American soldiers at the record rate of 500 a month, U. S. consulate records showed today. These figures indicate that the number of marriages of German girls and U. S. soldiers is twice as high as last year and far above the number during the rush which followed the lifting of the ban on such marriages in 1947. FREE $1.00 Tube Pile Ointment Noted Clinic Makes Most Unusual Offer to Any Afflicted Person- No Coupon—No Charge In order to introduce to anyone, who is afflicted with Piles (Hemorrhoids) or any similar rectal condition, the Thornton Minor Clinic will send free on request, a full-size $1.00 tube, of Thornton Minor Pile Ointment—free and postage paid. Send only your.full name, age and address—no money, is required. This offer is limited and may be withdrawn at any time, so we suggest you write at once. Address Thornton Minor Clinic, 911-A Linwood Blvd., Kansas City 3, Mo. This offer is exactly as stated above- no charge—no obligation^no bill now or later. Fall SpeciaM WALLPAPER WAS 70 e PER DOUBLE ROLL NOW 30 e w .*y.-y: -''•'•^if-'"^*^ NeweK patterns in lovehr colors and designs—at money-saving prices! Values to 45c Values to 60c Values to 50c Values to 60c 1 bordft to Mokfi- Jc and 4c Per V«W ALL PAPER PRICES Per Double Roll WALLPAPE R Here is the sale you've been waiting fori Now you can redecorate your entire home with beautiful wallpaper. Imagine, one roll of .wallpaper free with the purchase of every roll. Save 50% in every room! In three Value Groups: 0 IU0GET—The lowest prices you con pay for wallpapar. Mod*m, attractive designs. 0 FADEPROOf— Better quality wallpaptr In patterns and colon d*tign*d for harmony In gracious homo*. • FADEMOOf ANP WASHAIU - Th* flneit wallpapert your money can buy. Beautifully itylsd, and long-latllng. In a larg* variety af patterns and colon. SPECIALS! YOlfa INTERIOR DECORATING PROBLEMS ARE OUR CONCERN. BRING THEM TO TJ8. GLIDDEN GOLDEN RULE PAINT - WALLPAPER SERVICE CENTER 1022 Jordan Phone 1825

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