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Logansport, Indiana
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Saturday Evening, May 25, 1957. A Classified Ad Will Sell Almost Anything-Call 4141 COMBINATION CLASSIFIED RATES SAMPLE ADS THIS is a sample ad containing ten average size words. An ad the aboTe siac can be ma In both the Pharos-Tribune and Pre« at these tow prices: 10 words, « times 12.20 10 w»rds. 3 times $1.60 THIS sample ad contains fifteen average size words. It performs big jobs at low cost. Your message can be broagbt to 89,000 Pharos-Tribune and Press readers in an ad the above size for these low prices: 15 words, 6 times (3.30 15 words, 3 times »2.40 10% discount for casb with order. If box number is decked add 25 cents to cost of ad. Casb must accompany all orders from outside Logansport unless credit has been previously established. All classified ads run first In the Pharos-Tribune and then in the Press on following morning. Ad copy must be in this office not later than 10:30 o'clock, Monday thru Friday, and 10:15 Saturday on date ol first publication. In case of error advertiser must make correction before second in- aertion. In Memorlam and Card of Thanks figure 5 word* to the line, heading covnti ai 2 lines. First line is charged at 30c per paper, each additional Mne at 3tc per line per paper. Phone 4141 Ask for Want Ad Taker "Oh Boy! I should've got that camera I saw in the Pharos-Trib une and Press Want Ads!" 3. AUTOMOTIVE 2. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE LAWN mowers sharpened. 719 22nd Street. Phone 2538. SEPTIC TANK and toilets cleaned. Local man. Reasonable, Con- klins. 4-0415. EAVE TROUGHS, carpenter work and dry walls. Free estimate. Call 21810. Roy Randolph. LOGAN TIRE SERVICE for Goodyear passenger, truck and tractor tires. Tractor tire vulcanizing and recapping. "Quick service." See Don or Doug Norzin- skay. 229 West Market. Dial 3475. a Appliance Repair SEWING MACHINE AND SWEEP ER REPAIR AND PARTS Uoy Blume. 919 Race St Phone 4684, c. Moving, Hauling BROADWAY Moving & Hauling. Equipped for complete household moving. Dial 3711 anytime. f. Roofers, Tinner* ROOFING, siding, eave troughs, new and repair work. Robert (Bob) Schodrof, 921 Garfield Avc. Phone 9755. I. MERCHANTS WHO GIVE MO TRADING STAMPS H. WILER, Inc. House Furnishings Fourth and Market. Phone 3638 t. MERCHANTS WHO GIVE TOP VAIUE STAMPS KROGER FOOD STORE Live Better .. . For Less 215 E. Market & 801 E. Market 1. ANNOUNCEMENTS h. Auctioneers AUCTIONEER — Property, furniture, livestock. 0. A. Moncsmith, Fulton, Phone UL-7-3575. i. Plumbing A Healing DELCO oil and gas furnaces. Free estimates, install yourself or we will for you. A. J. SCHMIDT CO., 415 Eighth. PLUMBING and InstalTing'aTid'rc- pair. Phone 3711. j. Bldg. Marerlali USED lumber. Ph, 21051 or 5(1010. RUG, Carpet and upholalery clean-! ing. Khoadr. Klcvor Rug Klean- ers Phone 4530. RENT a new portable electric sew ing machine for your spring sew ing, $1.00 per week. Barber's Sewing Supplies, 318 E. Broadway. Phono 4454. RENT a new Singer Machine for only *1.50 per weok. SINGER SEWING CENTER. 311 Fourth, Phone 3417. OLD AND RELIABLE McKINLEY MONUMENTS WINAMAC, INDIANA PHONE 77lfl for rug cleaning by Moocly's Magic Carpet Cleaners. a. Lost A Found KKD & black Loiiannport Jacket. Lout <il Kivorjtido park. Reward. Phone (XXII. b. Personal Notices TURKEY dinners nerved overy Saturday. I'enwoU'x Cato, iflfth and North. Cloned Sundays. AIAKONRY work, block work, atone awl brick veneering. PLanl- cr», fireplaces and barbecues built. Free osllmatim. Write Box A-2K8 this now«papor. LOGANSl'ORt Collection Agoncy Inc. Servicing bunincKS, commercial and prolcsflional account;!. Licensed & bonded, 100 Barnes Building. Phono 2300. pl'ANOl'UNING'SEltVICE ot privcn ability 3ft years experience. f'rco entlrnatcH. DlnJ 71:11. Claudu II. Conrad Completely automatic. Lifo- tlrno Kiiarnntfio. Modorn equipment, «(>!d or ranted. llox (15, New Wuverly. Lotjnmiport Ph. EVERY BUSINESSMAN: You can ndvcrllMS your bumncHs here everyday on n yearly contract basis for only IBc it line per dny Phone 4I4J for further detail*. UJGANST'ORT SANIT/UVY~Sowor Service — Cleaners ol septic tanks. cesspools, toilet*, Dam- mum drain* Sewor cleaned with olnctrlc cutting machine Froo rKtlmaloa. All work guaranteed. Prompt xorvlcc. Phono BU»)4. SEWER TROUULK? Ciill Blxlcr Koto Korvlc* Phono M04II TERMITE CONTROL—Call 4(104 for free. innpcctlon. Reliable ISx> tcrmlnalnrs. 323 Pearl. LAWN Mower iiharponlnij. 314 "C" St. Phono IIHOH. LAII-JD'S~ROTO SLWbK SERVICE All ilnilns donned cloclrlenlly. 1 year root miaranlco. PHONE 22(10 CEMENT and munonry work, remodeling, Urown Construellori I'd. 204M. CF.MKNT Jt Masonry work, out- »iiil<i flroplacu. Free J'Jiitlmnte. Phono C.'!M5. .PIANO liming, rogulntlon and repair sorvlco. Freo ostlrnatos. Toody COMO. Phonu 1)135. GARAGES UTILITY BUILDINGS Lowest Prices in Town No Money Down—Ph. SI704 FOR SALE: Bargains! Indiana's Finest Native building lumber! Entire inventory reduced 10% (below wholesale). Sheathing— $50.00 per M' (in 500 ft. lots). Come & get it! Whilo it lasts. Pike- Lumber Co., Akron, Jnd. USED. Cfimonl mixer. Excellent condition, $1(5. Phone 11)21. 3 7 AUTOMOTIVE b. Autos For Solo HMO CHEV. Sedan, Good shnpn, tires, low mileage. Fulton UL- 1IM1—MODEL A, Pick-up truck, Rebuilt motor. 504 Culberlson. 11)55 FORD, good condition. Can makfj excellent deal wllh or " without trade. Change of employment ar.d car furnl.slied. 2020 Spear. Station Wagons! We've Cot 'Em! Come In, We'11 Trade Open Tonight'Til I 9 Sunday I to 7 IBM NASH Rambler Station Wngim, 4-dr. Hydratnn- tl<:, fxiwor brakes, low mileage. Thin IK the ceo- nomy run winner! And will give yrni lolft «f Bummer fun. 11)53 MKUCURY Monturey Station Wugun 4-dr. 0- pa«H. Murcomallc, while flnlfih, rod and whllo vinyl Interior. One own <:r, Excopllonally clean! ! i FORD Ranch Wagon, radio mid huater, excel-1 lent llros. l,ow inlleawe.: Car nhowH quality care. | i PONTIAC Safari Station Wnijon 2-dr. 0-pannoiij/" «r, Highly Mtylotl ;IH Pnn- llac'ti flaeiitl llydnima- He. power steering, power brukcM. ll'« a beauty. IOS4 FOlin Country .S(|u!r (J Station Wagon, 4-dr., II- pawiengur, Kurdnmnllc, I'lhruglaHK Him u I it I c d wood Irlm. Light green flnlnh, 2-l.one gruon vinyl and leiilher Interior. Don't mliw III HAVENS MOTORS, Inc. LINCOLN MERCURY Market al 25th Phone MHO CLEANEST' USED CARS IN CASS COUNTY 1957 CHEVROLET Bel Air 2-door, 8 cyl. Power Glide, 2-tone blue with whitewall tires, radio, heater, back-up lights. Only '1100 miles. 1956 CHEVROLET "210" 2- door, 2-tone green and ivory, radio, heater, low mileage. Clean and sharp! 1954 CHEVROLET Del Ray 2- door, brand new whitewall tires. Radio, heater, 2-tone green and ivory. All leatherette interior. Power Glide. Clean and sharp. Like new. 1953 CHEVROLET "210" "2-door 2-tone green, heater and defroster. Nice and clean I 1953 CADILLAC Hardtop Coupe original green finish like new, radio, heater, new whitewall tires, mechanically A-l. Local car. One owner. 1952 CHEVROLET Hardtop 2- door, bittersweet and ivory. Radio, heater, whitewall tires, Power Glide. Clean and sharp. 1950 NASH 4-dr., clean, low priced car. TRUCKS 1352 CHEVROLET long W. B., chassis and cub, 2-epced axle, S.25x20 tires. New paint job, 1040 INTERNATIONAL %-ton with farm body and stock 'rack. A clcnn little truck 1 good tires. WE HAVE OLDER LOW PRICED CARS! OPEN SUNDAY UNTIL NOON DILLMAN'S CHEVROLET SALES Clyrnora and Slate Road 25 PHONli 1012:1 954 Bel Air Chevrolet ncrlan, extra nice. Phonn Wnllon 4150. Shilling's Better Values '55 ClioV. 210, « cyl, 4-dr. 1'owor Glide, beautiful maroon rni'.lallk: flnlnh, v/hlli: HldowallH. Thin low mlloago, I owner car In jusl Ilko IH;W, I T,n Olfln. Deluxe (III 2-dr. R fi. II, llydramalic, vnry low mileage. Nice. 'nn Ford Custom II cyl. 2-dr, R & H. '55 Chev. 210 6 cyl, 2-dr. R & II '54 Ch(;v. 210 4-ilr. .Station Wagon, R &. II, Power Glldu. '54 C'hov. 210 4-dr. R St II, Power Glide. '5,1 Bulck Kpoclal Hnrdtop. R k II, standard ti'aii.'inilnHion, "S3 Plymouth Savoy Suburban. '52 ChiiV, Stylullnn deluxe 2-dr. R fc II, Power Glide. •51 Chcv. 2-dr. Bank Financing Guaranteed . SHILLING'S Highway 24 ill Went Linden 11)54 CADILLAC Hardtop coupe, 02 HvrloH, ll^lil blue, whllii top, wlru wheulK. Phone 1)155 Wiillon. s— o cKvwnt ki!l. N. II. liiiHh, K. M nr- f. Molorcycloi A raal hundy Uiroo-wheel 10411 Ciifthman ncoolor, Whuimiie 7505. lim HAULEY David/ion 74FLII Phmio 40302 iKiluro 4:00 p. m. h. Boats X Supplloi 10 li.p, JOHNSON oulhoard motor. Cheap. liK|ii!ro Bud'x T.V. Store, Lake Clcotl. Motor, compluU) with rermiLo eonlrnlH. Usud onu month, ConL new, $402.' PiMco now, f20». Ainu other lined motorn for aulo. U mun'ii, 302 K. Market. I 3. AUTOMOTIVE 1951 PONTIAC Chieftain 8. Perfect condition. Phone 56769 after 5. 500 MILE PACE CAR VALUES AT HAVENS AAOTORS Open Tonight Till 9 Sunday 1 to 7 1956 LINCOLN Premiere 4-dr. Black finish. Red and black all leather interior. Full power, one owner. 11,000 careful miles. Car is showroom new. Don't miss it! 1956 BUICK Special Riviera Hardtop. Local, low mileage. Fully equipped. Extra clean. 1956 OLDSMOBILE Super "flft" Holiday 4-dr. Hardtop. Fully equipped. 2-tone blue. Low miles. Price $250 under market value. 1956 MERCURY Custom 2-dr. Red and white. Merc-o-ma- tic. Very Sharp! 195(i FORD Cuslomtine 2-dr. Blue and white. Clean as a pin inside and out. Extra low price. 1955 LINCOLN Capri 4-dr. Full power. Gray finish. Red leather, black nylon interior. Ask about our weekend special price. 1055 MERCURY Monterey 2-dr. Overdrive. Power slonrinf;, power brakes. Ono owner. Don't miss it! 1955 PACKARD Clipper Deluxe 4-dr. Local one owner. Ul- Iramalic. An unusual car! Don't miss it. Priced budget wise. 1955 FORD Fnirlane 4-dr. Se- dun ll-cyl. Fordomnllc, power film-Inn. A real cream puff. You'll like it. Corne in, we'll trade. 1953 MERCURY Monterey Hardtop. Maroon finish. Her! leather inlurior. Mci'c- o-niiil.ic. Power sleurliiK, power brakes. Above aver- ago for u Ti.'l. 105.1 BUICK. Super Hardtop. Local one owner. Fully equipped. Exceptional. 1953 FORD Victoria Hardtop. Furdaniallc. Like now tiros. Como »co It. 1952 LINCOLN Ciiprl 4-dr. Local cur with low mileage. Uliick finish. Bumper to bumper It's In top condition. Many Olher Earlier Model's lo Choose From HAVENS MOTORS, INC. LINCOLN MERCURY Market til 25th Phone .'lOI'.fl h. Boats and Supplies i'A HP JOHNSON Outboard motor. Phone 11124. 0 i'-i.'l'. OUTI10ARD motor] $115. 20U Highland SI.. 4. DOGS, CATS, AND PETS WAI/THING nilee, while mle.u, llanipfili.'i', pupplOH, haliy mule Parnkudti), (Jiiai'iiiitend ulnHor c.'iiiiu'k!)!, cnnary liiiiin, Iruplri'l Hull, Hiild fliih, all pel HlipplleH. CJnddlH Aiiuarliini. I'lionn 22(111, YOUNC! parnidiolH, MIX) W, Mill- Imiirno. Phono III Hi. Mi'«. Or- vlllo Hmltli. MEXICAN burro for mile, 4 yuarn old. Phono 4(wr<0, lViuS fiir pei.N7l''h.'i!2(m! DLAC'K and iillvot 1 pullet 1 punn. CharluH Meiwlo, • Uuor Crook phone. NK lire now taking ordoi'K for yoiinfi hand-fed Indian Hill My- n/ih JllrilK, (iiip.i-anlrcd lo talk and whlnlle. Phone 22(111. 'ART Hplix piippioii. i'liDiie 401102. 5 EDUCATION a. Instructions PRIVATE m u « I u Iniilnicllon, lu'iMiKtN find wmidwInilH, Chnrlonu Apfelntudl,. Phone 40345. 'ItiVATE or Kroii|) liiiilrtictlunN, JO'H Bunco Studio. Ph, 237(1 of 24211, ACME trained tool & dlo unrn tip to $10,WK) annually Many enter Hold In IUHH than a year HuKlnter now, nvcnlnn clag.'ie:; throe nlRhln wookly. ai2'A FlILh Kt. i'lKliM 2007. 3. AUTOMOTIVE b. Autos For Sol* EVERY DAY IS SALE DAY HERE 414 S. Ci'cott 1956 MERCURY Monterey Sedan, Red Book price $2505. Sale Price— 52250.00 1955 FORD Country Sedan Station Wagon. Red Book price $1750. Sale Price— $1595.00 1955 BUICK Centuiy 4-door Hardtop, air conditioning. Red Book price $2455. Sale Price — $2250.00 1954 FORD Ranch Wagon, automatic, radio and heater. Red Book price $1425. Sale Price— $1295.00 1954 BUrCK Century Sedan, Dy- naflow, radio and heater— $1495.00 1954 BUICK Straight Slick 4-dr. $1295.00 1954 PLYMOUTH Savoy 2-door $895,00 1054 CHEVROLET Bel Air 2-dr. $995.00 1954 PONTIAC Star Chief Sedan $1195.00 1953 MERCURY 2-door— $895.00 1953 OLDSMOBILE Super "811" Hydrumntic, radio and healer — $1095.00 1953 BUICK Hardtop Super— $995.00 .1953 BUICK Special Sedan with JJynaflow — $995.00 11)53 CHRYSLER New Yorker Deluxe Sedan — $995.00 1052 STUD El! A KER Hardtop V8 $675.00 "' Recondi honed * Guaranteed * Bank Financing R&-R MOTORS 114 S. Clcoll. Phone 4.141 3. AUTOMOTIVE b. Autos For Sale For the Best For the Less No Need to Cuess "Drive a Little Save at Lot" at CRABLE'S 1956 FORD 2-door Customline, radio, heater, loads of accessories. Clean. 1955DeSOTO Sportsman Hardtop with overdrive, radio and heater. 1955 CHEVROLET "210" 2-door, 6-cyl. standard transmission. 1954 FORDS Choice of two. One 2-door, one 4-door. 1954 CHEVROLET "210" 2-door, standard transmission. One owner, radio and heater. 1954 PLYMOUTH 4-door, radio and heater. 1953 CHEVROLET. 2-door, Power Glide, radio and liculcr. 1953 PLYMOUTH 2-door, radio and heater. 1952 CHEVROLET Hardtop, radio and heater. Vary clcnn one owner. 1951 BUICK Roadmaslcr, radio and hcnlcr. OLDER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM TRUCKS IOGI CHEVROLET 2-lon Truck wllh bod. 1949 FORD 2-l.on Truck. "Drive a Li ['He . . . Save a Lot!" CRABLE'S CHEVROLET Twelve Mile, Indiana Phone. 2211. 6. EMPLOYMENT 6. EMPLOYMENT b. Help Wanted Main a. Holp Wanted—partial* Young Lady In manage, and HiipervlH(! Siida l''oiiiilnlii mill ILeHlauniiit, Ex- |}c,rieiH:cd In fnod and organl'/.a- liiin. Salary anil Cuniini»;<lon,, Apply Box A-268 This Newspaper Woman for (.'(joking. Expei'lnneed. Six ilayN n week. No Hunday or evening work. Apply S. 5. Kresges Co. -122 I:. Broadway HOUSEWIVES earn nxlra money iltii'liiK your iipare IIIIUI'H, iivuniKi: $1.02 per hi 1 ,, pleaiiruil work, no ear or ovonhiy work ronulred Pli, 2275, i) a.m. lo in a.m. WA NTEI)': lllTliy~BTU()i'"lTrm"7 iitiiM. dnyn, 2 chlldron. Ph, 2li:i:il. PAiSTItY cook iinii naiad womiin, Apply In person. LlndoHiiiilh'n. MO FOR 4 aftarnooiiK or 4 eve"- nlnxM weekly.doiiionnli'allnK Stan- loy Homo Product)!, Cor ncc;eii- Hary, Wrllo Box A-2112 thin news- popcr, ixPKliFENCKD cwic wimTetl, Wtllu J.lox A-2K3 IhlH noWHpaper. wllh HBO' 1 womiin. Not bgcll'iiHl, for home, hoard and mmil wnfjOM, Uux A-Mtl this new«pup«i - ovur JO. Apply Drive-In Thunler. b. H«lp Wanlnd-MaU LAnOKKIlS WANTED: 2 JKol Itlv- or Avunuu. ATTENTION MEN When you plan » permanent, career, you want to he Nitre you are unlerhiK a dROWING MUSI- NESS. Hero nre Home nf Hie IhlnKn wu nffer you for the rusL of your life: 1. Mnri! innnny than you lire now uarnhiK. 2, I'lenNiint. dignified work. II, AHnnelallnn with n mniiiil, Hlalih), Hiiijeeu«liiJ comiiany. 4. Steady, year around Ineome uiuntli nl'lor iiinnth, H, Security riiKarilleim of K<!"- ernl bu»lniii<K. D. Purmaiienl, and Indepunihint. '1'hln opportunity In dedicated In people who wlnh lo oani bntler l.han itvt'rnxc. living, $150 lo £100 n woisk and uji fur niilonman. You do mi NollcilliiK—mnkfl no ilollverloK—carry no munition— you buy niilliliiK—you ku«p no bookn, You line nil your Hum for Jtuit one purpontf, makliiK money for yotii'Holf. ThlH amio- ultillon wllh Ihu company in open to reliable'pimple who lire looking for n purrnanrnl, career In which they can be pronpor- oun, happy and Nocuru. Mii.sl hiivo car and bo roady lo ularl Immodlnluly, Nuucl men fur Cans county. Apply in pt'i'Bon — 5:14 Ann- Hlriiiiif-Iyiinclon Hltl(j,| Kokoitio, Indlniiii. Monday 2 p.m. to 3 |),m,, Tuenday Ihru Siilurdny 10 !t.m. lo B p.m. c, Mala or Furnole EXl'tORIKNCISD iiuirnlnK cook. Apply In ])i!r,'i(»i Ciiurl llouuu View Cufo, Rochoutor. 6. EMPLOYMENT b. Help Wonted-Mole WANTED TWO. MEN THAT ARE STILL LOOKING FOR A CHANCE TO BETTER THEMSELVES. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. WE WILL TRAIN. PROMOTIONS AND INCREASED EARNINGS DEPEND ON HOW FAST YOU CAN LEARN OUR WORK. IF YOU CAN BEGIN IMMEDIATELY AND CAN MANAGE ON $140.00 PER WEEK WRITE P. 0. BOX 32li, KOKOMO, INDIANA, STATE QUALIFICATIONS — GLADSTONE 2-8258. WANTED YOUNG MAN Tor stock room and general store duties. High School graduate. Excellent opportunity for further advancement. Apply S. S. Kresge Co. 422 E. Broadway SERVICE MANAGER WANTED An onlslanding opportunity is wailing for a high calibre man with previous automotive maintenance experience. A secure future wilh a well established dealership. * ahova average income * year around employment * 2 weeks vacanon and 0 holidays with pay * group insurance Wrllo your cnialificalions In Box A-205 Ibis newspaper. All appli- ciilions will be held in strictest confidence. 7. FARMBR'S COLUMN 5 ACRES of alfalfa hay. Baled or sold in field. James Burtis, 1st crossroad past Lake Cicott, west on 24. FOR SALE — New horse saddle. Never been used. Fulton ULr 725%. HAWKEYE beans. Nice. Ph. 40464. SEED CORN 449-620-702 SINGLE CROSS 405-636 ISOTO SEED CORN TREATMENT SOYBEAN INOCULATION MARTIN BROS. R.R. 1, WALTON PHONE 3854 HAY for sale in field. Phone 2404, Burnettsville. INDIANA Certified corn, 252, 419, 620, single cross 405. Martin & Sons. Route 2, Walton. Phon« 2053 or 2058. JHAROSOY brans, good germination. Carl Wilson, IVi miles NW Onward. MARTIN steel silos, corn cribs, dryer grain bins, and utility buildings Dale Davidson. Metea Phone 40045. MOR1ARTY Quality Farm and Industrial Pole Buildings. Wayn* Johnson, 56S01. I-ULLER BRUSH CO. Has nne opening in l.0|,'ansport. Our dealers average $1(10 lo $ia.l weekly. Company expense allowance, plus retirement benefits, hospilal insurance. $tis per week guaranteed In slarl. il you meet i|uiilificnliun.s Phone Mike. Fawley 11329 Iur inlerview. c. Malo or r-omcilo SAI.ES AGENT for I.cigansport and surrounding trading area for home and cliureh nrgnni/.alloiis. Part lime lo sliirl. Ueferenre and resume. Write llox A-2H7 Ilihi newspaper. d. Agents Stilus Holp WANTED AT ONCE. Mini wilh enr fin 1 Hawlolgh hnslnesK In N. ('HNS or Central Miami (Vs. or city of hiigansporl. Duy on lime. Wrlle Immediately l<! Raw- lolgh's. Dept. INrc-222-.'KM, Freeport, 111. o. Situation* Wantod-Fomalo WILL care I in- aged person or children. Experience. Live In. S12 W. Illlli, Kuehesler. WILL euro for children in my home dn.vH or nights, reliable, Phone IHII7. WASHINGS and~ir<mii/g,sTcalf for and deliver. Phone T/IO. J, VACAN(iil';s"for "aged liidy'or NKiiil-lnvalld. llox J0:i or call lloyal Center 211112. f. Situation! Wonted-Main WALL CLEANING, Interim 1 , exter-: lor painting. Work guaranteed, IIIM7. 'It, high school hoy wants ynrd work. Phone 2Mii;i, VVANTEI) — I'^iuMorj' wurk, cun- Hlnii.'lliin, nialnUuinni'i 1 , m (ruck 1 (Irlvlng. Phono lliirnetlMville 211)11. llTTIN(i down Irei'ii and tree ! rimming. Hurl Wimwinlncr piiiinn rmm. .~FARMERS COIUMN WANTED—Fcalhertlcks (no chicken). Horton's Mattress Co. Royal Center Community Sale Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Every Thursday Phone 375S Bring Cattle to Be Tested by 12 o'clock. Bridge & Garner, Aoicts. a. Livetfock FOR SALE: Outstanding 2 year old Landrucc boar: registered Land- race sow and leu pigs. Kenneth Cooke. Deer Creek Phone. GUERNSEY springer, raised from artificial insemination. Burl F.ber, Kewanna 2718. REC!isfiOREl)"~year'lTiig polled Shorthorn hulls. Calfhond vac- rinnlinn, George Conrad, 1'i miles north. Hi east. Chili. MR. DAIRYMAN— Forsiiihl and planning often proves out helpful. The market for slaughter cows ai present IK very active, culliim your dairy-herd now mid m.'irkrling Hie culls, coillil mean higher priees than later on when grass callle start In market. Ki'pliiring now wilh springer heili'rs i>r ones that will freshen later I'ould he a smart move, with Hie almmlaiK'C ol cheap feed in sighl. llolslein springer heifers, heiJers to freshen laler on or upen heifers all ilehornod and 'vncdniiled lor .sale. OTIS WALL Advance, Indiana Phone I3S 1*111 HEAD of Hampshire pii;. 1 *. Usual !''r.v, 1st linu.se Kd,i!h ol Cas« Slaliiin Hrld|;e. Phone MllKl. KOlt SALE al c'.-imileii: ill) lleriv fiinl heifers 450 Ih.s.. I IS llere- foril sleers '.<:'.:> Ihs., 110 N. link. yearliniiK KM llw.. :: loads In arrive 400-450 Ibs. Wcrlheiiner Cal- lle Co., I'hoiie 40. KOIl SALE lit all limes: :ioo t» 1 000 head (it calves and yearhnns. W. V. Palmer, Peru, Indiana. OITieu phone Tru/.an H2HZI Mexlrn, lie- sldence phnae Grldley 117724 Peru. •Ill WKAN'ED plus.' Itiehiinl Smilhr Deer Creek. Phone :il)«l KOIIH eliKihle lo re«lsler ])nlle<l Shorthorn hellers, bred ti> ealf IhlN siiniinei 1 . I'Vedcrick CliiiKen- peel, Kliirn. It. I, Phone 2II-I''21, USED MELTINCr KOU SALE CHEAP. t, li, I! ami II Inches wide, In varloiiH leiiKthii. Lealher and canvan Ask fur Mr, Niiwvhikle at PIIAROS-THIUUNE & PRESS OI'TICK 1000 SEED IS ALWAYS A GOOD INVESTMENT. AiiHlIn, llurrown 24 .1. PLANT Hammer farm, Indiana Hybrid Seed Corn, J.'i.'jn lo *7I)5 Hu. Sold ut KliiH'tt llatchnry, Oth (It North 1>01; j, ; ' HiJILDlNGS Waul to KIIVII $200.00 to $51X1,007 See us today for a lrt<e enllmat(i. Smllity Lbr. Co., R. 3, Peru. 1ml. Phono Denver nii-l''-22. EAHLY need corn, Phinccr. Floyd Wllfmo, Ph. 21117 YoiuiE America. , R. R. 2, Illd. PUItlOHItl 1 )!) Lnmjrnce boars; open Kills. Raynuiiul Nlcoll. Kunit-'lts- ville. ion PlCIsy.loe'.SeiiHri'iiiile norllu 2 iniies west ol IlurlliiHlon. 2 ANGUS llull.1. ' Don ' WoudlliiK,' .Phone liitlOII. HOG irARMEUS™ N«w iioR market huylriK Monday thru frldny. '/ a. in to I p.m Nn commlnsiflim or ynrdaKV. IIKINOLD'S, Hoyal Center Hot: Mnrkft. Call us lor liirlhor detallu. Phono 321)5. l,o- en I I'd at Uiu Royal Center Salu Barn. DEAD STOCK ItEMOVED Indiana RenderlnK Co., Loiianxport Phones 4729 or 4730 ciitTiss rAiMs stud Dudley I) lirlilne. Phonn U>nanii. port 4IKI5, lloynl Canter 21115, 1/uceriio 24(10. All SHOATS fur mile, Eiiltiin UL- 72572 alter 11:00 p. in. Ralph Krleilrleh, _ b. Implamomi W, C, ALLIS-C'IIALMEHS Iraelor; rultlvfitiii-s; liiterniillonal 2-14 breakhiK plow; AlllH-C'lialinem 7 (not Tfimhim disc. 2 Hi'clliin violin Denro spike liiolh hurrow; 1 Hurd »ee<ler. Phnne 11124, ONE MAN chain saw ami Il'/i IIP Xnnlen Iraelor. llolh 1 yenr old. Phnne 11124. FOR SALE: 2.H"~InlenmlkiiinT plow, New Idea manure spreader, tilde delivery rnk«, 2-ruw cul- llvnlorn for Kannall "H", ('am hny bnlur. Kennutlt Cooke, l»e«r Crook

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