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Farm Msenlnery—MA i FAYHEE IMPLEMENT CO. Prairi* City, 111. WIHyi Overland, Kaiser-Fmer, CMC, M St M Farm Machinery, Fox Forage and Hay Chopper* and Blowers. Ford Tractors and Ford-Dearborn _Farm Equipment. ToFMTRKOT 'p ¥icWfoV>7rmTerap. rags, metals, batteries, kraft bags, magazines and tires. Galesburg Iron St Metal Co., Knoxvllle Road, next to the track. BENTLEY-NEFF CO. Avon, ni. John Deere Sales and Service DRAIN TILE 4, 5, «, 8, 10 and 12 inch. Complete- stock of Joints. Richard Hill, Phillips 6« Service Station, Feeds and Farm Supplies, Alexis, 111, Phone 19 YATES CITY" IMPLEMENT CO. John Deere Machinery, GE Appliances Phone 181 Yates City, 111 WIDMER St DREDOE ALLIS CHALMERS and NEW IDEA Maquon, 111. PEARSON PONTIAC Case 8t Oliver Abingdon, 111. Phone 36 NEW AND USED MACHINERY Duesterhaus Implement Co. YOUR FERGUSON DEALER Knoxvllle Road, Rt. 3 Phone 4770 Galesburg, m TUCKER'S % Mi. South Williamsfield 2—K5 Trucks. 1—KB7 Truck. 1—Fl Ford Truck. 1—KB2 Pickup Truck, 1—43 M Tractor. 2—H Farmall Tractors. 1—John Deere A Tractor. 1—L Case Tractor. l—C.C. Case Tractor. 1—D.C. Case Tractor. 1—K20 Tractor. 1—Regular Farmall. 1—J.D. B Tractor. 1—216 Plow, IHC. 1—212 Plow. IHC. 1—31(1 Case Plow. 1—312 I.H. Plow. 2—2M IH Pickers. 1—No. 24 IH Picker. 1—AC Picker. 1—61 Case P 1-Row Picker. 3—No. 62 III Combines. 1—Mechanical Loader. 1—Stalk Cutter. 1—Fruehauf Stock Trailer. 1—Case Rake. CORN CRIBS On Hand for Immediate Delivery. 700-bu. with ralprooflng $245 700-bu. without ratproofing $229 pnn-bu. with ratproofing $320 900-bu. without ratproofing $305 All With Galvanized Steel Roof. Montgomery Ward FARM STORE 47 N. Kellogg Phone 4960 DEERE i2-A COMBINE, $395: late model AC No. 60 combine with motor and pick-up, $695; extra good New Idea two row rubber tired picker, $175; Deere No. 228 pickers, 1941 to 1043 models. $100; 1944 to 1946 models, $195; 1947 to 1949 models, $325; 1950 and 1951 models, $495; IHC three bar side rake, $55; IHC No. 25-V seven foot power mower, $75; 1950 IHC M tractor, $1895; 1949 M-H No. 44 tractor and cultivator, $1395; IHC two row mounted planter, $25; M-M hammer mill with good drive belt, $95; used manure loaders, $50; Deere 32 foot elevator, $145; 1035 three speed John Deere model D tractor on good rubber, $375. MONMOUTH IMPLEMENT COMPANY John Deere Dealer 123 S. 2nd St. Phone 870 "LINCOLN" FARM WELDERS Portable and Stationary Models. ZIMMKR FARM STORE Abingdon Fuel—Feed—Seed—18B NOW IS THE TIME TO PHOSPHATE AND LIME. GET YOUR MATERIALS ON FOR NEXT YEAR'S CROPS. FRED CLINE REAL ESTATE BROKER Phone Abingdon 2640 FALL is the time to plant your HOLLAND BULBS Tulips, doz. — —69c BROWN LYNCH SCOTT 244 E. Main Phone 8-1266 Livestock—2» REGISTERED Hampshire boars. We have an extra good ottering. They are long and heavy bodied.^ Clarence Talbott, 1 mllei east Stronghurst. ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Proven Bulls Six Breed* HORNBAKER ANIMAL HOSPITAL Phone 8-1543 MODERN BUNGALOW, Florence Ave. 4 rms., bath. Gas heat, Large living room, hardwood floors, Youngstown kitchen. On bus line, near achool, grocery. $7,250. Phone 8546-8, rxjaro w. SARGEANT• H. A7 YELTON [Realtors. 125 S. Cherry. 4145. Buy and retire in your own home. BOARS-Reglstered Hampshlres. Long and rogRed. Some weigh up to 300 lbs. Disease free. Claire Pottorf, Rio, 111. BOARS—30 registered Spotted Poland China boars. 8 mi. east, 1 mi, south, and 114 ml. east of Galva. 8. G. Dustln St Sons, Galva. BOARS. Registered Hampshlres. New blood lines, double treated, Bang's free. Also, Polled Shorthorn bulls. Stegall Farms, Victoria, 111. BOARS. Registered Chester White. Best quality, Bang's tested, disease free. Dan Thurman, 1 ml, north, 1 mile eaBt Yates City. BOARS, Registered Duroc. Priced reasonable. 'A mile East Knoxville. 2'/ A miles Srtuth, then East to first house on right. Frank Delost and Son. HAMPSHIRE MALE HOGS. Good type. 3 miles south, 1 mile east of Klrk- wood, 111. Carl Lundberg. GOOD PROSPECT second calf heifers; 10 Angus grass calves, 600 lbs.; also 10 smaller Angus calves, 350 lbs. Claire Horton, Route 2, Avon, 111. POLAND CHINA BOARS. Outstanding meat types. Farm on Rt. 9, bYi miles N.E. Bushncll. Beatty Bros. SPOTTED POLAND CHINA boar and gilt sale, Tuesday night, October 13, Knoxville Sale Pavilion. Carl Seller, Oneida, III. POLAND CHINA BOARS. Medium type, excellent for crossbreeding. Guaranteed tested. Priced to sell. James Litchfield. 312 Galesburg Road. Knoxvllle. 9. r )-368fl. HAMPSHIRE BOARS. These boars are from a clean herd and gbod. Capron Sr. Nelson, 2Vi miles houth of Kirkwood. AUCTION SALE. Registered Spotted Poland China boars, gilts, sows with litters. Saturday night, October 3, 7:30. Eugene Schertz, Metamora, 111. GUERNSEY COW, milking, TB and Bang's tested. 5 miles northwest of Williamsfield. Mrs. Joe Scott. 63 HEAD good feeding lambs. 10 miles north 150, 1 mile cast. See Robert C. Stewart, R, 1, Rio. DUROC SALE Tuesday night, October 13 at 7:30. 60 hend dark red meat type boars and gilts, cholera treated, blood tested and clean. Ray L. Johnston, Altoni, III. PUREBRED Chester White boar and gilt sale. Tuesday, Oct. 6, 7:30 p.m. Some sired by Illinois grand' champion. Knoxvllle Sales Pavilion. Har- iey Allen, Abingdon, ill. SPOTTED POLAND GILTS — Purebreds. These gilts have been on pasture and have been fed separate for two months. Found: Spotted coon hound. Pearson's, 3 miles east Ab- Ingdon on DeLong Road. Wanted to Buy— 21 OIL FURNACE WANTED. In perfect condition. Phone 8080-Oafter 6 p.m. SHOTGUNS WANTED. Spot cash for used shotguns. Buying anything, any condition except bolt action. Also buying revolvers, old or new. Gil Hebard Guns, Knoxvllle. 95-3473. Real Estate for Sale—24 Real Estate for Sale—21 SILAS WILLARD DISTRICT. Brick. 3 bedrooms and bath up. Large living room, dining, den, modern kitchen, glass porch, storms, gas furnace, Insulated, double garage. Excellent condition throughout. Call owner, 5254-6. RAY SIMMONS, BROKER 2-BED. Ranch type. Stone SchI, Gas heat. Attached garage. ..$14,500 2-BED. Breezeway. Gas heat. Attached' garage. Stone Schl. $10,800 5-RM. BUNG. Close in. W. Main. Gas heat. Comm. zone $ 7,500 5-RM. BUNG. N.E. Gas furnace. Garage. Quick possession. $ 6,500 LARGE 1-RM. HOME. Full lot. S.W -$ 1,200 5 RMS. Silas Willard school. Basement. Large lot. $ 5,000 10 A. 5-RM. modern home. Barn. Blacktop road. $12,500 416 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1422, 3022-9 Art Jacobson 6487-2 Bill Davis 1004-2 HURRY I , . iWON'T LAST LONG. Northeast. , •room, 3-bedroom white frame utility bungalow. Attached garage, OX. approved at $9,600. Bargain $2,200 down or buy O.f. PHONE NOW I Immediate possession. RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS "02 S. Chambers- — Phone B878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Re*vy 6484-2 Eves. _ _ . THREE BEDROOM BUNGALOW Located In Stone School Dist. Has attached garage, oil fired conveetor healing. Han been O.I. approved for asking price of $9,000. Quick possession. WM. E. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bond! BIdg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-9 W^^^^'^-fn^^i^o'it, 2 ~i >ed- rooms, file bath, living room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast nook. 1752 Grand Ave. ATTRACTIVE family home. N.E. Near Silas Willard. Long living room, dining room, large modern kitchen. Picture windows down. 3 bedrooms, unusual amount closet space, bath up. Nice floors. Newly decorated, Finished recreation room In basement. New gas furnace. Double garage. Landscaped lawn. Possession. $16,500. ISLEA DEBTS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg 633 E. GROVE, near Pearl. 4 rooms, hardwood floors down, 2 rooms, bath up. Stoker heat. Comb, storms, screens throughout. Owners moving. Priced under $7,000. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4788 511 Bank of Galesburg • $5,750 LOMBARD ST. While frame. Long living rbom, bedroom, kitchen down, 2 bedrooms up. Cement basement, good furnace, stool. Garage. Make reasonable offer. RALPH DAVES, INC.. REALTORS '92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph DHVCS Bernard Reavy 6484»2 Eves, 1330-5 _ 3-ROOM modern home. Furnished. Gas heat. Garage. Large lot. Near Farnham School. Phone 1813-4. ' 8-ROOM HOUSE with electricity, and four lots, including cave, garden and some fruit. Frank Ragon, Greenbush, III. STONE SCHOOL/ — 2-apt. 4 rooms, bath down. Same up. Gas heat. Private entrance. Vacant. Bargain. $8,000. A. U. Johnson Realty, Realtor. 453 Jefferson. 4575. HERE YOU'LL FIND pea«e and quiet, in this beautiful 5-room home. Excellent north location. Fireplace, carpeted floors, game room, oil heat, beautifully landscaped. Investigate at once. Fred Burgland, Realtor, 218 Hill Arcade. 8-1551. 7513-6. MONMOUTH BLVD.—Income. In 600 block. 2 apartments. 1 apt, has very modern kitchen; other apt. has steel cabinet* and sink. Full basement, gas heat. Priced right. $7,250. OTIS HOLMES, BROKER 406-407 Hill Arcade 8122-8 LET THIS HOME PAY YOU TO BE THE OWNER 2 FIVE ROOM APTS. MODERN BATH, MODERN KITCHEN. LOWER ARRANGED FOR 3 BEDROOMS, CLOSE IN NORTH LOCATION THAT ALWAYS MAKES A GOOD RENTAL. PRICED TO SELL. OWNER LEAVING STATE. HENSHAW REAL ESTATE 1196 N. Kellogg Phone 4318 William Qulgley, Sales. 6155-2 A HOME OF NO REGRETS. This substantially built, well decorated, 3- bedroom home with garage, excellent north location, for only $10,500. Should pass G.I. Don't delay. Fred Burgland, Realtor, 216 Hill Arcade. 8-1551, 7513-6. A. J. CLINE REALTY CO. Realtors FARM AND CITY PROPERTY A. J. Cllnc A. E. Mcatheringham 2-BEDROOM National Home. Corner lot. Automatic gas heat. $1,700 down, $47 monthly covers payment, taxes and Insurance. Phone 7239-4. BUNGALOWS 5 Rooms. Northeast. $5,000 4 Rooms. Stone School $8,850 HARRISON AGENCY, REALTORS 4548. Chris Frederick, Sales, 8-0267 For Rent—22 3-ROOM furnished apt. Private bath and entrance. Adults only. 483 Monmouth Blvd. KNOX COUNTY ACREAGE consisting of 15 acres, pasture and crop land, good fences, lots of fruit, barn, poultry, other buildings. Nice 6-room house, electricity. Can be financed with reasonable low down payment to reliable buyei. VICTORIA A, WATERS, REALTOR Carr BIdg. Phone 8-1462 MODERN 4-ROOM upper apt. Heat and water furnished. 3 blocks from business district. Adults only. Call 6127-3 after 5:30. WORTH CONSIDERING 4-BEDROOM BRICK. N.E. near Silas Willard. Carpeted living room and dining room, modern kitchen, powder room down, tile bath up. At- I tractlvely decorated. Stoker heat. i Insulated roof. Garage. Owner ! leaving cltv. I ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 I 511 Bank of Galesburg 3-BEDROOM brick home. 809 Florence Ave. Gas heat, Insulated, garage. $17,000. 6194-4 after B p.m. for appointment. INCOME. Upper and lower apts. 5 rooms and bath each. 183 Cedar Ave. In good condition. Stoker heat. 2 Joining lots. Inquire at 1056 E. Fremont. Phone 2103-2. Real Estate for Sale— ti The Daily Rcgister-Mail, Galesburg, 111. ...FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 2. 1953,. 19 Farms At Reduced Prices Highly d*«irable 160 acres prairie soli, fine buildings, excellent location. Quality 320 teres, mostly level plow- land, 2 SM» of buildings, priced to *ell. WHI located prairie 80 acres, quality land & buildings, fine location. P. II. Wiegand, 327 Weinberg Arcadf. STEPHENS SAYS "Just a Youngster" Bungalow only 4'/j yrs. old! Full price $6,850! Living room, picture window. Dinette. 2 bedrooms. Beautiful mod. hath, combination tub & shower. Kitchen. Cement basement. Hot air heat. NW section. Look todayi "Not So Young" But not too old for many more happy yVars of family living. Frame, 2- story. fi-rm., 3-bedroom Sr. bath. Hdw<| Mrs. Cement basement. Gas heat. n*f : p lot. Single garage. Near Silas 'Willard School. See for your- seltl STEPHENS, BROKER 119 N. SEMINARY DIAL 8-1256 Wm. Underwood — 3246-2 Ki>n Stanners — 3640-5 Mary Stephens — 8-1256 H. Qulmby — 8-1223 _ YOU CAN still borrow a flash camera any time free for easy flash pictures of children, family or pets . . . Just point, press and pray. You'll get good pictures every time. Midwest Photo Service, 158 N. Broad. Phone 6474-6. $3,500 New. Small house. 3 rooms, bath. Large lot. Good location. 1245 Rock Island. Owner selling. BY OWNER—7-room modern house. New Insulated siding, good roof, stoker. 3-room apt. upstairs, private entrance. 4 rooms and sun room down. Will take good used car for part payment. Reasonable. Inqviire ill Columbus Ave., south door Miscellaneous—26 B. & K.'s Super Home Dry Cleaner Renuzit Cleans Rugs, Draperies and Apparel. Odorless. Reg. $1.29 Gallon 98 (2 N.W. BUNGALOW. 5 rooms. Modern. Nicely decorated. Full basement. Garage. $l),500. CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR Room 3. CarrJB'dg. Phone 6678-6 8 ROOMS, MODERN~4 bedrooms up, 4 nice large rooms down. Hardwood floors, oak woodwork. Deep basement, furnace. Extra 4x12 rod lot included, all for $7,500. Quick possession. Corbln Real Estate. 7103-9. Delia Harrison, Sales. lIBIock & Kuhl Co. WEATHER STRIPPING Reyburn Hdwe. 1319 E. Main Phone 8-1560 Miscellaneous—26 MEN! Looking for quality in clothes at the right price—see u*. We have a select line of gabardine and sharkskin suits In latest fall colors. Carrying the same guarantee as clothes that cost twice as much. Don't fall to see them. Only $29.95. Bell Tailors, 64 S. Seminary. DUO-THERM oil heaters authorized dealer—Bill's Appliance Sales and Service, 868 N. Henderson St. 6172-6. MANY USED RADIOS, $5.00 and up. For radio and television repair call Sargent Radio Doctor. Wanted, used television. 93 So. Seminary. 1629-2. Wurlitzer Spinet Pianos New — Fully Guaranteed $463 and up Terms If Desired BENEDICT MUSIC, CO. 64 S. Cherry ELECTRIC HEATERS From $11.95 to $21.95 LAWSON ELECTRIC CO- 62 S. Seminary Phone 7166-6 FRESH LINE of boxed chocolates. Priced $1 up. Red Cross Drug Store, Main and Seminary. BE PREPARED FOR WINTER! Replace broken glass, caulk joints and seams with caulking compound Paint and Roof Cement Galesburg Glass Co. Broad & Ferris Phone 4216 FALL COLORS AHEAD! Get your color film now. Kodachrome, Koda- color, Ansco Color. Illinois Camera Shop, 84 S. Prairie. 80-ACRE FARM. 4 miles south of Clayton, Illinois. Modern 7-room house, oil heat, good barn and outbuildings, elegant water system. 50 acres in cultivation, 30 acres good pasture. Located on good gravel road. Price $16,000. Can be financed. See Roy Huff, 929 S. Main, Canton, Illinois. Phone 1454. THREE BEDROOMS Comfortable two-story family home. Modern kitchen, sun room and den. On north side in Willard and Hitchcock school district. Double garage. Spacious .landscaped yard. Economical to heat with nearly new furnace. Call 7845-3 for appointment. ELECTRIC RANGE— Hotpoint. Clean, A-l condition. Cheap. Phone 761 Altona. R. M. Westerdale, Altona, 111. FALL BULBS IMPORTED FROM HOLLAND CROCUS, mixed colors 50 for $1.69 HYACINTHS, mixed colors 10 for $1.09 25 for $2.40 DARWIN TULIPS, mixed colors 25 for $1.29 50 for $2.49 Assorted—Your choice of colors Mlacellaneona—2« BAND INSTRUMENTS . . . Rent- Before-You-Buy plan at Bycrly- Gamble Music. Bring your boy and girl in for a Music Aptitude Test- talk tq the band teacher at school- then rent a brand new Pan American for 8 weeks trial. Rental deposit applies as down payment when you buy. Phone 7394-6 for information. ELECTROMASTER ELECTRIC RANGE 8085-9 USED WASHERS $14.95 up REFRIGERATORS $29.95'up Fully Guaranteed ARLING'S Phone 4500 Main at Cherry CHEST OF DRAWERS, $3 up: gas stove, $20; davenport and chair, $20; breakfast set, $10; cabinet, $5; refrigerator, $29.50; dresser, $6; bed and springs, $6; radio, $8; sewing machine, $9.50; rugs, $5; chairs, 50c; washer, $5 as Is; dining room set, $20; wardrobe, $15; baby bed; coal heater, $20; birdcage and stand, $3.50; wicker settee, $10; china cabinet, $27.50; comb, bookcase, $7.50; studio couch, $12.50; vanity dresser, $6; plastic platform rocker, $10; bookcase; 18 ga. shotgun; 2 wheel :RJ r v trailer, $45; shovels; ladders; axes:'" 1 " rakes, etc. ANTIQUES and NEW SPINET PIANOS. Lawson Trading Post, The Big Red House, 2047 Grand Ave. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 20 Years Ago MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1933 Local (temperature: 6 a.m., 48; 1 p.m., 74. v President Roosevelt was given a mighty ovation when he defended his economy plan in an address at the American Legion national convention in Chicago. O. N. Custer addressed an assembly of 250 diners at a Republican party roundup dinner meeting at the Soangetaha Country Club. The dinner meeting followed an afternoon of golf on thd club links. Keithsburg Civic Club Plans Reception for Teachers Wednesday KEITHSBURG — The Civic Club is sponsoring a public reception for members of the grade and high school faculties Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. in the Civic Club room. A potluck supper is planned and the families are asked to take meat and a covered dish. A program will follow the supper. The mothers of the children of Hazel Dell School will sponsor a square dance at the school Tuesday evening. Hamilton Gas Clothes Dryer SPECIAL CLOSEOUT ON '53 MODEL $279.95 Reg. $299 BLACK BROS. Main & Seminary _Ph_._4822 Corbin's Auction House 639 S .Cedar Phone 8-1433 Will Buy. Sell. Trade or Auction Furniture. Tools, Antiques Open 8:30 till 530 REFRIGERATOR — 8 cubic ft., good condition. Will sell reasonably. Call 6255-8 or 2633-0, IcOOD USED STOKER with controls. Also 75 bu. Western Kentucky stoker coal. Priced reasonably. Phone 1863-7. D TULIPS *™™IL -23 for $1.45i Alwa y* CalT'B-1433 for Your Auction 50 for $2 MODERN sleeping room. To employed gentleman only. Meals if desired Phone 2853-9. 882 E. Berrien. SLEEPING ROOM. Single or double. Close to . bath. Laundry optional. Near town, on bus line. Gentlemen only. Phone 5760-5 or 6135-2. 531 E. Brooks. SLEEPING ROOM In modern home for gentleman of good habits. 1028 E North. 3574-0. COMFORTABLE single room for quiet, respectable, employed person. Downtown district. 53 N. Chambers. 3 ROOM furnished apt. Utilities furnished. Working couple preferred. 854 Liberty. Evenings 5 to 7. UPPER APT., 4 rooms and bath. Located 83 So. Broad St. Heat and water furnished. $45 per mo. Couple prefercd. Phone 6062-2 COMPLETELY PRIVATE. Tile bath, kitchenette. 2 newly furnished modern rooms for couple to enjoy. Call 95-6372. ' _ Wanted to Rent— 23 LUMP COAL—Galesburg and vicinity, $7.50 per ton delivered. Write or call collect. Crnlgmilea Coal Mine, R.R.. Falrview, 111. BALBO RYE—$2.75 bu. Pawnee wheat. $3.05 bu. High Germ. Berry Seed Co., 1153 Grand Ave. 8-1566. HARDEN'S FEED STORE For the greatest grow on Earth Critic Super Baby Pig Starter Rt. 150, Henderson Corners. Ph. 8033-2 Poultry and Supplies—M WHITE ROCKS, 85; 100 New Hemp shire Reds, 5 months old. Also one 2-year-old Hampshire ram. George I. Inness, 2nd house on west side of road after leaving pavement on S. Seminary St. 8077-7. PEOPLE GO A LONG WAY for fresh eggs and poultry. You don't have to. Call 3132-6, Galesburg Poultry and Egg Co., 340 S. Kellogg. FRIES, HENS, ROASTERS Fresh eggs. Clark Rosenberry's Poultry Farm, 1288 Nelson Ave. Phone . 2956-4. GEESE Melvln Whiting, Dahlnda, 111. COMPLETE LINE of Laying House equipment. Remedies and NUTRENA FEEDS. Try Aureomycln for Blue Comb. GALESBURG HATCHERY Phone 6956-6 758 W. Main St. FARMER'S MARKET WESTERN ILLINOIS TOP MARKET lor Poultry — Eggs — Cream 175 E. Waters Phone 2244-2 KLIEN Roll-Away Nests keeps «8 «J „ T Cle »n. GERALD WEAVER HATCHERY. Williamsfield. 111. Livestock—80 RAMS — Registered Shropshire and Hampshire yearlings and lambs. These are winners at 3 state fair*. Keith McMillan, Prairie City. TEAM OF ROAN MARES. Good work team. One 5 -year-old spotted aaddle mare, broke, gentle for children. One 3 -year-old bay aaddle horse, weight 800, gentle. One buckskin filly, little past yearling. Clive Ragon, 620 8. Academy. 5128-9. 60 HAMPSHIRE BOARS and Gilts. Registered and guaranteed. New bloodlines. Farmer's prices. Blood- tested and delivered. James Steele, 3\U miles eastof Gilson, 111. BOARS—Purebred Hampshire, blood- tested. Fanner's prices. C. R. Emery and Son, Prairie City, III. MILK COW, Hojsteln. Just fresh. Cali at aide. Stanley Wolford, Abingdon, SLEEPING ROOM by widowed lady. Call 8129-7, Scandla Bakery. [TWO ROOMS unfurnished and bath wanted by elderly lady. Reasonable. Amanda Schrodt, 335 N, Cedar. Phone 7617-5. . RESPONSIBLE COUPLE with one small child wants 4 or S room un furnished apt. by November 1st. Excellent references. Phone 5675-0. WIFE AND 6-year-old child of man In service desire to share home of someone In similar circumstances. Write Box 994, c/o Register-Mail. CHEVROLET Motor Division Representative wants 2 or 3 bedroom house in nice location. Please call Blake Walker, Hotel Custer. Will return call If not in. 3 TO 5 ROOM unfurnished apt, or house by young couple with small child. References. Phone 7283-8. 120-200 ACRE FARM for '54. Preferably 5 yr. lease. References. Harvey Heady, Alexis, 111. R.R. 2. 6-ROOM HOUSE or apt. wanted by business man of local concern. Please phone 2132-8. Real Estate for Sale—24 FOR SALE 12-Apt. BIdg. with 9 garages and cottage. See DR. ADA CHAPMAN 641 N. Kellogg Ph. 1541-6 N.E.—7 rooms, stoker. Bargain. $4,500 N.W.—7 rooms, Stone Dist $8,000 S.E.—Large brick. Can be made into 3 apts. Stoker, storms, screens. Double garage. LARGE LOT—Low taxes. Immediate poss. Shown by appointment. G. W. PARKINS, REALTOR Phone 8-1288 Eves. 3965-7, 6193-6 HOMES A nice, 4 room modern home in Knoxville. A good Income property in Knoxville, 4 apts., live in one, let the others pay the way. A nice 4 room house, stool, shower and hot water heater, perfect for a couple or couldn't be beat lor someone on pension. A dandy 3 bedroom house on Main St., Knoxville, see this one. Priced right. We also have several very good farms listed, improved and unimproved. DALE H. BRAGG, Realtor Knoxville, Phone 95 -2121. If no answer call Gena's Beauty Shop, 95-2143 WATAGA—Beautiful home with about 1 acre land. 18x28 ft. living room, dining room, den, large modern kitchen, utility room dawn. 3 bedrooms, bath up. Attractively decorated. Gas heat. Bern, garage. Reduced price for quick sale. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg READ THE WANT AOS 3-BEDROOM HOME, north side. Large living room, half bath down. Stoker. Insulated. New double garage. Extra large lot. Will finance to re sponsible party. $10,500. Wayne Goodale Realty Co., 7824-6 or 2980-9, or Mrs. Alters, 5446-0. BY OWNER. 5-room modern home. Perfect condition Inside and out Garage. Large lot Good location. $12.000. Phone 2422-9. FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW. Hot water heat with new gas fired unit. Double brick garage. Small lot. Convenient NW location. Will consider contract to responsible party. _._$ 7,250 TWO BEDROOM BUNGALOW. Bateman school dist. Hardwood floors, full basement, good lot. Very clean. Reduced to „ $ 7.900 NORTH CHERRY ST. Four bedroom brick family home. Gas heat, insulated, good slate roof, aluminum comb, storms on second floor. A well built home $15,800 TWO BEDROOM BRICK bungalow. Stone school. This home is less than two years old and is modern throughout. Has garbage disposal, dishwasher, Rusco storms, double garage. A very attractive home $18,500 WM. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondl BIdg: Ph. 8-1274 Eves, 1931-9 657 RUBY St. New ranch type home. Tastefully dec orated, well arranged. Stone school. Nice living room, 2 bedrooms with large closets, modern kitchen, heated knotty pine den or .extra bedroom, bath. Attached garage. Gas heat. Fenced back lawn. Unusually wide lot. Immediate possession. Will G.I. tSLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors . 4768 811 Bank of Galesburg MAKE AN OFFER. 137 S. Ivan. 6 room bungalow. 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath. Hardwood floors. Full basement, furnace. Single garage. Large lot. Immediate possession. Corbin Real Estate. 7103-9. Delia Harrison. Sales. HOMES - HOMES Knoxvllle - Galesburg - Knox County DALE H. BRAGG. BROKER KNOXVILLE 915 WARREN ST. One of the prettiest little streets in town. Modern 5 -room bungalow with sun porch. Mary Lu Smith. 5 -ROOM HOME in East Galesburg, good basement and 'furnace, city water. Will sell on contract to responsible party. Vacant Nov. 1. A. V. Eldert. Johnson Real Estate 5 ROOM BUNG. New. Long living room, modern kitchen. Oil. N. $7,500 7 ROOM HOUSE. 4 & bath down, 3 up. large lot. Real buy. East. -.—$8,500 8 ROOM BUNG. Good floors & decorations. Sto. Gar. North. $10,500 7 ROOM HOUSE. 4 & bath down. 3 up. Modern, Oil. 1 lots. S.W $8,800 5 ROOM BUNG. Nicely decorated. Hdw. floors, Gas. Garage. E. $12,500 KNOXVILLE. 6-Room Home. 3 bedrooms. Modern. Good floors & decorations. Gas heat. Garage. 6x10 lot. Priced to sell & worth the money. , $8,230 FRED A. JOHNSON. BROKER 657 N. Kellogg St. Phone 2502-5 Mrs. Seibert, Sales. Phone 3708-9 4 - ROOM BUNGALOW. Northeast. Large living room, well decorated, modern kitchen. Good basement. Oil furnace. Garage. $10,000. Wayne Goodale Realty Co., 7824-8 or 1380-9, or Mrs. Alters. 8446-0^. BOB FOSTER City and Farm Properties All Type! ol Financing 219 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1548 LIVE ON 1 FLOOR And yet have space upstairs for children or grandchildren to return. This attractive Cape Cod home, excellent north location, has 4 large rooms and bath, screened porch on 1 floor, 1 large room, large closets, half bath, second floor. Modem kitchen with dishwasher, disposal, breakfast nook. Full basement, gas heat Attached garage. Beautifully landscaped. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 ill Basic of Galesburg / GOOD INVESTMENT NORTHEAST. Close in. 2-story frame. 3 apts. 5; modern bath down. 3, 4, bath up. Good condition throughout. Price reduced. $13,500. Take over G.I. loan. $4,000 down. $88.50 monthly includes taxes, ins. Income up. $95. RALPH DAVES, INC.. REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-8, Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330 -5 FREEZER, 7-ft, $60: Elgin water softener, $50; Rexair sweeper, $10; Singer hand sweeper, $4; davenport, $4; Electromastcr stove, $5; typewriter, $12; radio, $4; furniture; fur coat, size 38. Call 7091-9. 535 Monroe. 4 PORCH POSTS, 7 ft. 9 in. long. Used. Good condition. Wooden porch railings, 33 ft., good condition. Phone 3625-8. PEARS — Hand picked. Bring own containers. $1.50 bushel. P. A. Wilson, 105 Third St., East Galesburg. BARTLETT PEARS, girl's bicycle, gallon Coca-Cola Jugs and jars, 1 pr. engineer boots size 10, 3-burner oil stove. 1173 N. Henderson. ATTRACTIVE AND WELL BUILT 2- BEDROOM BUNGALOW IN GOOD NORTHEAST LOCATION. L-SHAPED LIVING ROOM WITH DINING AREA. DINING AREA In KITCHEN. UNUSUAL AMOUNT OF CLOSET SPACE. LARGE PICTURE WINDOWS. VERY NICE BASEMENT WITH GAS FURNACE. COST $65 TO HEAT LAST WINTER. GARAGE. OVERHEAD DOOR. EXTRA GROUND INCLUDED BUT MAY BE PURCHASED WITHOUT. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. $11,950. HENSHAW. REALTOR 1196 N. KELLOGG PHONE 4316 WM. QUIGLEY. SALES. 6155-2 SEDE ARM GAS water heater and tank, complete. Call after 5:30 p.m. 1383-7. REFRIGERATOR. 54-ln. Norge. Good condition. $30. Call at 70 Boones Ave., Apt. 6, before 11 a.m., be tween 2-5 p.m. GAS RANGE — Detroit Jewel, white enamel. . Timing alarm and light Perfect condition. Phone 7978-2 be fore 7 p.m. MONEY IN YOUR POCKET when you own this fine duplex. 6 rooms on each side or suitable for 4 apts. Close In. New paint. Garage. Immediate possession 1 side. See It today. Fred Burgland, Realtor, 216 Hill Arcade. 8-1551, 7513-6. STARK TREES BEAR FRUIT. For best results plant trees propagated from trees of known records. Limited areas plant Stark Hardy Dwarf Trees. $4 each. Assortment Six (6) Dwarf Trees now $21. Have tree ripe fruit all season. John Stewart, local representative, 1384 Clark St., phone 2927-0, Galesburg. 111. IG.E. REFRIGERATOR, 8 -ft Good condition. Mrs. Rodger Olson, One) da. 111. Unusual Opportunity For you to own an A-l upper &. lower Income in an ideal North location. Five Rm. & bath apt. down, beautiful modern kitchen. 4 Rm. 8c bath apt. up. Hdwd. firs. Cement basement. Two gas heating units. 4x12 rod lot. Dbl. garage. Immediate action will make you the proud owner of this desirable propertyl STEPHENS, BROKER 119 N. SEMINARY DIAL 8-1256 BED— Hollywood type, complete; Frig idaire; other furniture. All prac> ticaUy new. 1267 Florence. HOME RESALE SHOP 1771 E. Knox St. Phone 3043-2 Galesburg Real Estate Ag'cy 437 Bank of Galesburg BIdg. S.E.—Good 3-Bedroom Home $8,500 CHESTNUT ST.—3-Bdrm. Home $8,500 W. MAIN—Income Property $9,000 W. TOMPKINS—Income Property 3 Apts. r $9,000 FOUR Very Nice Brick Bungalows. Several Good Commercial Sites. JOHN POGUE. REALTOR Ralph Pogue John Leahigh 6250-6 1689-7 5875-9 433 E. Main MULLEN REAL ESTATE 419 Bond) BIdg. BUNGALOWS NORTHEAST. 4 rm. modern brick, gas heat, basement, small lot, garage, quick possession. $10,500. NORTHEAST. Near E. Main, 3 bdr. modern brick, oak floors, beautiful quarter-sawed white oak trim, large rms., hot air gas and oil combination, garage. $15,000. BROWN AVE.. New 4 rm. 2 bdr. utility type, oil heat, nicely decorated, garage, large lot. $10,800. GROCERY. Northeast. Good clean stock, apt. In rear. Building and fixtures cash, stock at Inventory. Owner says sell I APARTMENTS N. BROAD. 3-Apt. brick, hot air heat. $22,500 W. MAIN. 4-Apt. brick, new steam boiler. „ $20,000 KNOXVILLE. 3-Apt. 4 rm. up, two 3-rm. down $10,500 E. MAIN. 4-Apt. brick, close -in. $11,500 GARFIELD, 3-Apt., sell on con- tractT. $ 8,000 FAMILY HOMES WILLIAMSFIELD, 4-rm., 3 story frame. $ 1,400 E. LOSEY. 7-rm. brk, gs. ht., gar $16,500 N. KELLOGG. 5-rm. attrac. fr. $15,800 N. CHERRY. 7-rm. brk, 4 bdr. gas heat $15,500 ACREAGES & FARMS KNOX CO., 45 A.. 35 A. til., elc. $13,500 KNOX CO., Short 20 A $10,000 VICTORIA, 3 A., 10 rm. mod...$ 7,500 AVON. 5 A., 6-rm.. 2-$tory..„$ 7.000 KNOXVILLE, 9 A., 5 rm. lg. gar. $12,500 MONMOUTH, 9V» A., 6 rm., fruit & poultry -$12 ,500 WM. P. MULLEN, REALTOR Phone 4480 Res. 8-1241 Lowell Buck, Avon, 111., Ph. 79 COLONIAL HOME. N. Broad. Unusually well constructed. Carpeted living room and dining room, large modern kitchen, fireplace, powder room down. 3 bedrooms, tile bath, 6 closets up. Full basement, oil heat, recrea'ion room with fireplace. New double garage. Owners leaving city. $22,500. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 811 Bank of Oalesburg STOKER HEARTH CEMENT • TOT Sal*. CHRISTY COAL CO. 465 E. Berrien Phone 4741 Montgomery Ward & Co. FARM STORE 47 N. Kellogg Phone 4060 BAND INSTRUMENTS BENEDICT MUSIC CO. Rent & Try—Before You Buy NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS Lessons on Sax., Clarinet, Cornet, Oboe, Violin, Cello, Bass, Organ, Accordion and Guitar RIO — Otto Livingston suffered a heart attack one day last week and has been confined to his bed. Mrs. George Jaeris of Chicago attended the funeral of Mrs. Einer Dahlstrom and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Melton entertained relatives at a dinner on Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversary of their grandson, LeRoy Melton of Abingdon. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Melton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Courson and baby of Abingdon, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Adams of Oneida and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Melton and family. Mrs. Mae Robertson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Art Hazel- kamp and Mrs. Lucy McDonald of Galesburg to Riverside, Iowa, Sunday where they visited at the Cloyd Cress home. Emery Peterson from Texas is visiting his brothers, Fred and Luther Peterson. Mrs. Amma Berry of Osceola, Iowa, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Berry. Mrs. Claus Malmberg spent last week with relatives in Woodhull. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pugh and family of Pinckneyville spent the weekend at the homes of his 64 S. Cherry St. Phone 7185-9 STOKERATOR STOKER — Complete . with mil controls. Can be seen at . 770 Pine St.,after 5:30 pjn., or phone 3669-7. PUBLICATION NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) ss. COUNTY OF KNOX ) In the Circuit Court of said County. Emma Anderson, Plaintiff, vs. Estella A. Berggren, et al., Defendants. Partition. Chancery Case No. 15565!brothers, Floyd and Lyle Pugh. Public Notice is hereby given j Miss Marilyn Harpman and Wil- that pursuant to a decree entered|liam Tutt of Galesburg spent Sun- in the above captioned cause by i day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. said Court at the June, 1953, term John J. Pitman. Bill, a brother of thereof, I, Robert E. McLaughlin, Mrs. Pitman, has recently re- Master in Chancery of said Court, turned from service in Korea, will, on Tuesday, October 20, 1953, The Rio Boots and Saddle Club ;,at ten o'clock in the forenoon ofjheld a wiener roast and trail ride \ said day at the North front door/on Saturday evening, [of the Court House in the City of Mrs. Frank Shirk and Mrs. Rosa Convert Now to Gas TIMKEN CONVERSION BURNERS Designed to Fit All Furnaces and Boilers. Terms tn Fit Your Budget Phone for Free Estimates. SPANGLER'S Phone 8-1318 Don't Buy Until You Have Seen Our Used Appliance Bargains GALESBURG GAS SALES E. C. Ringllen. Owner 425 E. Main Phone 2311-6 1950 ROPER gas stove, baby buggy and stroller. Call 2471-4. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE — 4 com plete rooms. Will sell at private sale at once.. 3522-4. DOUBLE OIL HEATER with fan. Used 1 season. Also small heater for 2 or 3 rooms. Also 1 room gas heater and high chair. 3702-2. 617 Mul berry. LEAVING CITY. Selling aU my house, hold goods. Everything must be sold this week. Furniture. Philco rerfig- erator, Maytag washer, tabletop stove, chairside radio, cut glass din ner, silver and glassware, some antiques and many other articles. All priced for quick sale. 1092 N. Prai rie. ' Used Specials Oil Heater, 4-room $50 Refrigerators $25 to $75 Washers $18 to $50 Auto. Washers $75 to $179 1 Electric Range $25 GAMBLES 420 E, Main Phone 4511 BEAUTY SHOP equipment and fural- 1 ture consisting of I drier used 2 years; 1 shampoo bowl and chair, used I year: 3 chrome leather dner chairs. Used 6 years. Charles Medley. Call Bishop Hill. 81 on 9. READ THII WANT ADS Mulberry Hobby Shop All Craft Master Subjects . Available to Faint. 881 Muttfjry 4 ?hoftt *•»-<> OIL HEATER. Ziegler. In good condition. Priced reasonably. Phone 9120-3. CAULK NOW! Save heat this winter—keep moisture from entering window and door frame areas. Moisture will take that paint off if it gets in at these points. We have guns and caulking for your every need. Caulk before painting. DO IT NOW Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 247 E. Main Phone 4255 Used Furniture 8-pc. Dining Room Suite, like new r $140 15 cu. ft. Deep Freeze $300 2-pc. Rose Living Room Suite SIS 2 Chrome Breakfast Sets $79.95 k $89.95 Wicker Porch Furniture $35 Gas Stove, 2 months old $129 Occasional Chairs $5 to $7 Electric Gas Apt. Stove $25 Linoleum Remnants 50c to $2.50 Wooden Breakfast Sets $20 Square Exchange 8 Public Square 1954 G.E. TV SETS PRICES START AT $179.95 18 Months to Pay. Small Down Payment. Terms as low as $2.55 Week. Goodyear Service Stores Kellogg & Simmons r Phone 4884 LITTLE GIRL'S COATS in good condition. Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6x and 9. 1171 N. Cedar, • WE HAVE SEVERAL Hoover upright e'eaners that are rebuilt and carry a new cleaner guarantee. Prices start from $12.50 on up. See them at Kellogg Drake's Downstairs Store or phone 4411. SEE US FOR YOUR USED APPLIANCES LUKES 45 S. Prairie MUREEN HARDWARE CO. 42 N. Prairie Phone 7112-8 For Your Hardware Needs. 20 GAUGE SHOTGUNS, $17.50. 100 rifles and shotguns to • choose from. Gumblner's, 65 S. Seminary. KITCHEN WALL SINK. 54 inch. Deep apron. 843 N. Cherry St. Phone 3439-2. OIL BURNER. Large size, Montgomery Ward. Fan and, thermostat controls. Used one winter. $65. J. C. Burnett, Oneida, 111. BIGELOW RUG. Wool, 9x12. Table lamps. French doors. Call 6928-9 or 1394-0 after 5:30 p.m. . McFoll Monument] City Limits - W. Main - Galesburg J. P. MOFFET is located in shop at rear of house at 289 N. Henderson. 3818-6. Clocks, watches sold, repaired. WE BUY AND SELL used furniture. Coffev's Auction Co.. 771 West Main. 1591-8. Dopp Hardware PARKERETTE LAWN SWEEPER Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, sell at public vendue, to the highest and best bidder or bidders, the real estate described as follows: TRACT I Lot 5 in Block 16 in North Park First Addition to the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois. TRACT II Lot 6 in Block 16 in North Park First Addition to the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois. TERMS OF SALE: Tweaty-five per cent of the amount bid, cash in hand on day of sale, with the balance thereof to be payable upon approval of said sale by said Court. Sale will be made free and clear of all liens and encum brances except the lien for general real estate taxes levied for 1953 and payable in 1954, and as to such taxes, sale will be made subject thereto. Possession of said premises will be given upon ap proval of said sale by said court, payment in full of the purchase price, and delivery of a proper deed of conveyance. Dated this 25th day of Septem ber, 1953. ROBERT E. MCLAUGHLIN, Master in Chancery as aforesaid. Burrel Barash and Robert C. Stoerzbach, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Herman S. Allen, Attorney for Defendant. 9/25; 10/2-9 Fairview FAIRVIEW — Mrs. Fannie Negley is a patient in the St. Francis Hospital in Macomb. Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vollmar Sun day were, Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Suydam, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suydam and son, Leon, and Mrs. Cloma Morse of Galesburg. The dinner was in honor of several of the guests who were celebrating birthday anniversaries in September. Ollie Posten came home from Rochester, Minn, where he was in the Mayo Hospital for surgery. He is improving nicely. Kenyon Wyckoff of Valparaiso, Ind. flew here Sunday to visit in the home of his father, Bayard Wyckoff and wife. He returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hitchcox spent the weekend in Chicago with Alfred Bitar. Miss Edna Lewis returned home Sunday from a week's visit in Peoria in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marshall, who brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saigh and son, Charles, spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. James Betar. Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler of Corpus Christi, Tex., are visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. Elsie Montgomery. The C. E. Group of the Fairview Reformed Church sponsored a roller skating party at the Canton Bink. The ninth graders mete Cotton of Sorento visited friends here and called on their sister, Mrs. Harold Bland at a Moline hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shepherd and Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Melton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shepherd and daughter attended a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene McKie in Oneida on Sunday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mr. McKie, which had been the week previous.. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Swanson and son, Ronnie, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hughes of Woodhull took John Hughes to his home in Mississippi the first of last week returning home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Frankenburger are vacationing in the Eastern states. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Lindell have returned to their home after a visit with relatives in Des Moines, Iowa, Minneapolis, Minn., Chicago, New York and Elizabeth, N. J. Fairview FAIRVIEW—The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Kansmerad and son, Bruce of Raritan visited in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Bartell Bylsma Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Catleau and Nelson Graves of Peoria were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tiezzi and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hartough left Monday morning to visit their son, Howard, in Wilmington, Del. Mrs. Mae Hatten of Galesburg spent Sunday here with relatives and friends. Miss Verna Hagaman of Greenfield spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hagaman. Her father and grandmother, Mrs. Ada Hagaman, took her back Sunday evening. Mrs. Clana Florea of Galesburg spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wilson spent Sunday in Lewistown with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schultz of Chicago were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Schultz is the former Miss Mary Cretcher, a former teacher here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clauson visited their cousin, Mrs. Addie Sweasy, in Monmouth Hospital Sunday afternoon. They also visited Doren VanNys. Mrs.' W. V. Wyckoff, Mrs. Bernadine Waible, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wyckoff of Peoria, called Sunday afternoon on Miss Mary Mitchell. They all went to Canton to see Miss Mary Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Emma Melick, who is in the Graham Hospital suffering with 8 broken hip. invited to attend. Foliwjdjng the skating party the group was entertained with refreshments and games at the Church Chapel on Tuesday. 1

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