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Farm Implements—* Farm Implements- One of the Largest Selections of Farm Equipment in the State to Choose From, Yet We Need More FINANCE TERMS AVAILABLE Just arrived — Trailer load PTO combination manure spreaders, For age wagons, Automatic cattle bunk feeders, priced from $439.00, Trailer load of double chain elevators from 32 ft., 36 ft., and 40 ft. priced from $316.00 up. 4 Woods I row corn pickers $1066.00. New Ford NAA Tractors $1625.00 up. New M & M TJB Tractor on rubber $2552.00 up. New M&M2 row corn pickers $1553.00 New M & M mounted picker for UB $1475.00] New M & M tractor manure spreader $415.00. New M & M 16-7 double disc grain drill $402.25. New M&M7 ft. power mower $244.00. New M & M 3-14 plow $320.00. New M & M 2-14 plow $239.00. New M & M It $1500.00. New Dearborn baler $2406.68. New Ford 2-14 plow $209.00. New Ford Cultivator $219.44. New Ford 6 ft. side mower $367.13. New Ford Blade $103.24. New Ford Standard Loader $222.38. New Ford Cement Mixer $150.38. New Ford post hole rjiKger with 10" auKer $258.64. TWINE AND WIRE GUARANTEED BALER TWINE AS LOW AS $9.75 PER BUNDLE. DON'T FAIL TO GET OUR PRICES ON BALING WIRE FOR NEXT SPRING, GET THAT EXTRA PRICE FOR EARLY ORDERS. NO MONEY TILL SPRING. 8 ft. Dunham mulchcr $330.25. 10 ft. Dunham mulchcr $460.50. 9 Blade 18" Dunham wheel disc for $537.50. 8 Blade 18" Dunham wheel disc for $502.50. New Coby Wagon gear for $141.00. New Hotchkiss flare box $12400. New Hotchkiss 6x10 Box $164.00. New Cardinal 16 ft. elevator $159.00. New Harvey Corn Sheller with cob stacker $199.50. New Harvey 9" Hammermill $169.00. New Harvey 11" Hammermill with feed table $299.50. New G & D PTO speed jack $65.00. 18 ft. section Little Giant elevator. 1—Tractor Cab $99.00. New Soo hydraulic loaders for $250.00 installed. New Fox Forage Harvesters base unit a slosv as $1347.00. New New Holland PTO side rake $299.50. WE. NEED MORE GOOD USED TRACTORS. ANYTHING WITH STARTER AND ROAD GEARS. WOULD LIKE TO TRADE FOR CAT TYPE TRACTOR WITH DOZER. AS MUCH AS 3 YEARS TO PAY ON SOME ITEMS. ASK US ABOUT IT. USED FARM EQUIPMENT for Rent— it 3-HOOM furnished apt. North side. Desirable. 2nd floor. Adults, net-' erenccB, _JPhone J8HJ2M. _ ONE-ROOM HOUSE. Light nouAe- keeping or sleeping room. Partly modern. Employed couple pre fcrred. Phone 2136-2. MODERN SLEEPING ROOM fit 80SIE nerrlon. To employed gentleman (inly. Some meals If desired. Phone 21553-1). 4-ROOM tipper apt. North Broad, Furnished. 620 3 -HOOM unfurnished apt. Newly dee. orated. Call after 5 p.m. 288 W Brooke. For Sale: Beauty equips tnent to outfit complete shop, 2 stoves, bed, davenbed, chairs, vanity dresser, cheat ol drawers, also other Hems. HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. Unfurnished or furnished. Private entrance. Hot and__cold_water. Phone 104B-3;__ 2 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished. Working couple preferred. No pets. 75 Pine St. 3-ROOM furnished nnt. Private entrance. Older couple preferred. 359 S. Academy. 6-HOOM modern home for rent In Knoxvllle. Immediate possession. Inquire 711 S. Broad or call 98-6381. FOfl 1954-Good livestock nad grain farm, C0-B0 basis. 100 acre* ol pasture, 320 acres farm ground. Vou need a belter farm. I need a good operator. Can help partly to finance 1.1st family, equipment, finances, cattle feeding and hog raising experience. Write Box 611, C/o Register- Mail, 6-ROOM unfurnished apt. 441'/j E Main, over Brown Lynch Scott Farm _Store. _Call L15lt B --_ _ _ _ 5-ROOM upper unfurnished apt. Heal water and garage Included. Adults only. 248 N. Seminary. SLEEPING ROOM, room In modern hnth. Men only. _§L _ 2 ROOMS AND kitchenette. Unfur nlshed. Utilities furnished, inquire 180 W. Tompkins St. Single or double borne. Close to 310 E. Tompkins 4-ROOM AND BATH upper unfurnished apt. Private entrance, Heat, lights and water. $55 per month. No Iaundry._ Phone 9127-5._ IN ST. AUGUSTINE. Apt. 4 rooms and bath. Heat furnished. Contlnu otis hot water. Private entrance Phone Avon 8451J. -Case Baler $225.00. —1945 Case Baler, Automatic, $695.00. -Case NCM Baler $295.00. -M & M Automatic Baler, $1795.00. —M & M Automatic Baler $1095 -John Deere Blower and Pipe, $150.00. -Fox Chopper with corn head, $995.00. -Skyline Chopper with motor, $795.00. -Skyline Chopper with motor, $995.00. -AC Combine $125.00. -Case Combine with motor, $595.00. -John Deere 12A Combine, $325.00. -M & M G4 Combine $2000.00. -M &. M J2 Combine 9 ft. P.T.O. $750.00. -Corn Saver $65.00. -M & M Cultivator $150.00. -Rapid Post Hole Digger $85. -Case 11' Disc $95.00. -Case 10' Disc $95.00. -M & M Disc $125.00. -Columbia 40' Elevator $175.00. -David Bradley Elevator $70. -Papec Ensilage Cutter $25.00. -John Deere Hammermill, $65.00. -Hotchkiss 2 - section harrow $65.00. -IHC Hayloader $25.00. -Lime Spreader $25.00. -Coats Loader $75.00. -Ford Rear End Loader $45.00. -G & D Loader $100.00. -Super Six Loader $250.00. -David Bradley 7 ft. Mower, $125.00. -Dearborn Mower $150.00. -Ford Rear Mount Mower, $125.00. -International Mower, $95. -International Mower $135.00. -GI Picker—Make us an offer. -IHC 2 row picker $200.00. -IHC 1M Picker $200.00. -IHC IP Picker $350.00. -New Idea Picker $595.00. -New Idea Picker $195.00. -IHC Model 24 Picker $250.00. 1—M & M RH5 Picker $150.00. 1—New Idea Picker $350.00. l_0)iver 2-row Picker $95.00. 1—Oliver 2-row Picker $95.00. 1—IHC Plow model 2-14 $75.00. 1—John Deere Plow Model 2-14, $195.00. 1—John Deere 2 bottom plow, $135.00. 1—M _ M plow $95.00. 1—Oliver 3-18 plow $75.00 f 1—Oliver 2-14 plow $75.00. 1—IHC Power Mower $150.00. 1—Newton Power Mower for Ford $150.00. 1—Roller $25 00. 1—Dunham 7 ft. Rotary Hoe, $45.00. 1—IHC Double Roller $112.00. 1—Oliver Stover Sheller $125.00. 1—Htimbolt Stalk Cutter $125.00. 1—IHC 4 blade Stalk Cutter, $50.00. 1—IHC 4 wheel Spreader $150.00. 1—Seaman Tiller $275.00. , 1—Case Tractor „ Cultivator CC $225.00. 1—Case Model SC Tractor and Cultivator $600.00. 1—David Bradley Tractor and Cultivator $285.00. 1—-Ford Tractor and Loader, 1948, $875.00. 1—David Bradley Tractor $125.00. 1—IHC Model C Tractor, like new $895.00. 1—John Deere Tractor and Cultivator $295.00. 1—Farmall 20 Tractor and Cultivator $200.00. 1—AC Tractor (Crawler) Model K $500.0Q. 1—1948 M & M Model R Tractor, $650.00. 1—M & M Model Z Tractor, $750.00. 1—Tractor Cab Ford $35.00. 1—IHC Tractor and Picker $225. 1—John Deere Model D Tractor, $175.00. 1—Wagon Hoist $125.00. 1—Ford Weeder $25.00. 1—1946 Aeronca Plane $695.00. WANT A 4 PLACE PLANE WITH LOW TIME? WE HAVE A GOOD STORE BUILDING IN PRAIRIE CITY TO RENT FOR A CONFECTIONARY, DRUG OR CLOTHING STORE. A GOOD SPOT. New Cars, Trucks and Jeeps 1—1953 Kaiser Manhatten with Overdrive $2950.00. 1—1953 Willys Overland 4-door Lark $1000.06. 1—1053 Willys 6-eylinder Station Wagon $2124.43. 1—102-22 GMC Pick-up $1598.18. 1—253-22 GMC 1-ton Truck $1994.31. 1—101-22 Suburban $2093.26. 1—1953 Kaiser Demonstrator with hydramatic and heater $2300.00. 1—1953 Manhatten Demonstrator $2300.00. 1—1952 GMC Suburban Demonstrator $1650.00. 1—1952 Willys 4 WD Pick-up Demonstrator $1695.00. USED CARS AND TRUCKS 1—1952 GMC Pick-up Va Ton 4 speed transmission $1095.00. 1—1949 6-cylinder Station Wagon $850.00. 1—1047 Frazer Manhatten $495.00. 1—1951 GMC Panel truck $995.00. 1—1951 GMC Heavy Duty dump truck $1695.00. 1—1950 GMC Tractor $1485.00. 1—1949 Frazer $695.00. 1—1946 Pontiac $550.00. 1—1948 Willys Jeep $495.00. 1—1939 Mack Truck $295.00. 1—1947 Kaiser $395.00. 1—1046 Willys Jeep $450.00. 1—1947 International Truck $450.00. 1—1946 Chevrolet Dump Truck $405.00. 1—1948 Ford tandem dump truck $785.00. 1—1046 Ford truck $450.00. 1—1839 Chevrolet Coupe $88.50. 1—Excellent 2 wheel trailer, plywood with shocks $125.00. APPLIANCES MAYTAG CROSLEY WESTINGHOUSiJ All above prices less Freight and O.E. Our Prices Are Better DISTANCE NO OBJECT — WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING FAYHEE IMPLEMENT CO. Prairie City, Illinois 2 ROOMS nnd bath, unfurnished. Private eritrance._No pels. Call 5112-4 WARM, nicely furnished studio-living room and kitchen-dinette apartment Personal laundry privilege. Employed or retired woman. Reference required. Plionc 5340-8. BEAUTIFUL larssc front sleeping room. All modern home. Prefer 2 nice girls or working couple. 269 Maple. C;i!I 6700-9. 6 ROOM upper apt. Modern furnished nr unfurnished or will sell furniture 1 Winkler stoker complete. Good condition, replaced with gas heat. Leonard J. Folger, Dahinda, 111. Phone 93-5511. Real Eitile tot 7-ROOM HOUSE, double lot, double garage. 3 rooms have hardwood floors. Mrs. Hannah Chrtotianson, FOR SALlCon Route 34, west Oalws- burg, J acre*, including 6-room house, restaurant, oil station, recreation room. Ideal spot for motel. Thin must be sold noon, and Is priced to sell. Call James Lenr.y, 309 N. II St., Monmouth, 111. Phone 3433. RAY SIMMONS, BROKER 2-Bed. Rnnch Type. Gas heat, hwd. floors, att. gar. ..*I4,S00 4 and Bath. Brcezeway. Garage. Silas Wlllard Dlst. Will con |, 0 000 B-Rm. Bungnlo'w. W. Main. Gi* * heat. comm. toned. income, fi and bath up. 8 »n<I bath down. Very good condl-^ ^ m 10* Acresrs -Vm*:mod." home." New bnrn. Blacktop road, near Knoxvllle Real Estate for Sale—24 The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, ill. Thursday, October S. 1953: 31 Pr " ,:t "- , *l'y new bathroom good furnace, nice level lot. Priced Wi I-. Broadway, Monmouth, 1'lionr- .W5X. FOIl SALE IZ-Apl. BWItf. with ',) ^nrii^cs and t'Aiugv. Scr: DR. ADA CHAPMAN' G41 N. KHlogn Ph. 1541-6 Miscellaneous—2« Converf Now to Gas TIMKEN CONVERSION BURNERS Designed to Fit All Furnace* nnd Boilers. Terms to Fit Your Budget. Phone for Free Estimates. SPANGLER'S E. Main Mlacellaneons—2« MUREEN HARDWARE CO. Complete line Cht-Namel paints. 42 N - Prairie. Phone 71ia-<. _ WF.STINOHOUSE Laundromat Auto- rnatlc Washers, only $248.85. LUKES 48 3. Prairie HOME RESALE SHOP 771 E. Knox St. Phone 3043-2 REFRIGERATOR, deliver to home. Phone 8-1318 USED FURNACES—We have several good used coal furnaces and stokers. Trade-Ins on gas Installations. E. F. Burger Heating Service. Phone 7358-2. Residence 1479-2. Good, used. Can 1062 Grand Ave. J.38.75 MONTHLY '-.'ii Hiicc or buy G.I. | down, sun porch BABY CRIB, complete, maple, like new. Play pen with pad. Used only 2 months. Reasonable. Phone 5832-3. $1,800 DOW 17 Irirliifjf-s in/f-.. i 2 o,!,'X' U '<',','!'" , ''""-ent basement, IcOUNTER STOOLS. Eleven swivel R'I'Xi flllllMlf. ;,>,r,.., C ; . »,> w ,,,,,( Good siding RALPH DAVK '>''• S ( h;,n,b. 4(12 *>00 Knoxvllle. ----- -.'..ki, " «o22-9l K " 1 P'" D;ivr- 418 Hill Arcade .Phone 8-1422, sozz » ' Art Jacobson 6487-2 Bill Davis 10O4J | H(Ei) IHJRGI.AND, REALTOR arw Appro*. 1 a''ie. •<. L'.'' ., REALTORS ih Rhone 8878-8 Bernard Heavy I-'.1330-5 $10,500 Check the value here! 4-yr.-old bungalow. Llv. rm.. large kitchen, bullt- 1ns, 2 bedrooms, modern bath. 4 closets. Hdwd. firs. Floored attic can be easily finished for 3rd bedroom. Very nice cement basement. Gas heat. Deep lot. K.W. location, close to school. STEPHENS, BROKER 119 N. SEMINARY , DIAL fl-125fl SAVE MONEY! Here's Value. Abingdon. White frame. 2 apti. 5 rooms, bath down, same up. Hardwood floors. Good decorations. Cement basement, stoker, blower. Nice lot. $8,000. RALPH DAVES. INC., MALTORS 82 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-8 Ralph Daves , Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 MODERN FOUR-ROOM HOME. Recently redecorated throughout, new roof, new outside paint. Basement, pas floor furnace. N.E. location. Priced at only ..--•••"•»«" >00 WM. E. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bond! Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-9 LET THIS HOME pay you to be the owner. Two 5-room apts. Modern bath. Modern kitchen. Lower arranged for 3 bedrooms. Close In north location that always makes a good rental. Owner leaving state. $8,000. HENSHAW REAL ESTATE 1196 N. Kellogg Phone 4318 Wm. Qulgley, Sales, 0155-2 top. Showcase, fluorescent lights, yard lights, range, fuse and switch boxes, service entrance, Lub tank, closet bowl, pressure water tank, pipe and fittings, post drill. Otis b. WJthrow, Oneida. DOGS FOR SALE. Two coon hounds. 3 hunting Terriers. Phone 9228-8. 102.') McClurc. GUITARS~-New and used. $7.60, $10, $12.50 and up. Gumblner's, 05 S. Seminary. _ PAINT SPRAYER. Steel porch chair. Small Mnk. Suit and dress, size 40-42._ All new. 278 N. Ivan. Hazolton Grand Piano For Information phone 95-2932. McFall Monument City Limits - W. Main - Galesburg GARDEN TOOLS, push cart, saw extension ladder, numerous other 1319 E. Main _articles,_ Phone 3522-4. 43 Division. COAT—Light grey, full length, fur trimmed. Tuxedo rtyle with swing- back. Size 12, Worn one season. Priced to tell. See at 180 N. Henderson. YOUR FAMILY will enjoy this 3->>ed room i.ooif near Stone School. 24x14 living loom, rilninE room, larcc mod- fin kit'iK-n. oak floors. Attractively decorated. Basement. Oarage. New roof. Storms, screens. Insulated. _Lov taxr.;_ $10,000. 8 -1551. 7513 -6. MULLEN'REAL ESTATE" 110 Bondi Bldg. AT TR AC! IV K SUBURBAN RANCH- '''VPF near CaU-sbmg, 3 bdr., bath, EXTENSION COURSE In Nu-Weaving. living 1111, fiii-plac-, dining rm , TI,I« couisc Is new. Phone 3901-8. lovely kitchen. h «M"rienl, oil heat, - — - — • " bM.7cv .a-,, gin age About 2 A. land- GALE REFRIGERATOR, cheap; coun- M aped ground*., barbecue, poultry! tcr,_18 ft. long, good shape. Wanted house ' PHILLIPS ST. Modern 4-rrn. brick: living rm , l.i/:24, 2 bdr, lovely bath: kitchen with built-in cabinets. Nice basement, fla* heat: J-car garage. M-M-I1 I lot. Ouick possession. 110,500. KNOX CO, 4.'i A. V-i mi. N.W.; good gravl road, j-rrn. house, electricity, drilled well: :>, r > A. tillable, balance pa'b.re Jl.'i.JOO. KNOX CO. Short 20 A, 5 -rm. house. fan set outbuildings, good gravel roi,d. near n/hool. Possession on f>et- tlcirent. JlO.OfiO. FARMS & FARM LOANS V.'.M. P. MULLEN, REALTOR Phone 44M Res. 8-1241 Lowell Buck. Avon. Ill, Phone 79 WEATHER STRIPPING Reyburn Hdwe to Buy: Good used lumber, quire 2400 Grand Ave. In- Phonc 8-15(50 jr. 500 NORTHEAST. Living room, dining room, kitchen down, 2 bedrooms, bath up. Hardwood floors. Good decorations. Cernent basement, furnace. Good siding. Garage. Vacant, RALPH DAVES. INC., REALTORS U2 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-0 'Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy good; B484-2 Eves. 1330-5 room house with 5 acres, modern conveniences. CaU 95 -2779. 2-BEDROOM BUNGALOW in northeast location. L-shaped living) room with dining area. Unusual IN KNOYVII I v r/,„-,.,,,i, , amount of closet space. Large pic-1 —V. „ :::.,[ <0 ^"'!L,r ep;i ' r S d 0 Phone 4500 ture windows. Nice basement with gas furnace. Garage with overhead door.' Extra ground included. Immediate possession. SI 1.900. HENSHAW REAL ESTATE 1196 N. Kellogg Phone 4310: A f i,.' r Wm. Qulgley. Sales, 0155-2 I -- V mf . ~ 3 BEDROOM . USED WASHERS $14.95 up REFRIGERATORS $29.95 up Fully Guaranteed ARLI NG'S Main at Cherrv AT J. CLLNE REALTY CO. j CAULK NOW! Block & Kuhl S_A_L.E New Hamilton, General Electric and Maytag Driers We have many used Refrigerators and Washing Machines, S25 to $90 Block & Kuhl Co, Your RCA. and G.E. Television Dealer Bclitiotnt BELMONT—Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simmons and ton returned to their home in Texas after visiting fief parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rontld Laird. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Salmons spent from Thursday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butman in Chicago. Preston Purleo spent the weekend with his daughter, Mrs, Woodie Timberlake and family. The P. T. A. meeting was held at the school house recently with a potluck supper. Mrs, Everett Fredrickson snowed pictures of the senior class trip to New York. Mrs. Walter McKelvie will entertain the Priscllla Club Thursday afternoon, Oct. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Free and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fredrickson spent Thursday evening at Nlota where the Little York school board entertained the high school teachers. Torrence Free and Mrs. Pete Fredrickson are members of the board. The M.Y.F. held a wiener roast at the Belmont Church recently wilh 36 present from Fall Creek, Little York and Belmont. The next meeting will be at Fall Creek Church on Sunday, Oct. 11 at 6:30. Mrs. A. It. Ring of Winston- Salem, N, (.'.. and Mrs. R. W. Stover and Mrs. Woodie Timberlake of North Henderson spent a recent afternoon with Preston Purlee. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shike and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meehan and Mrs. Ed Meehan attended a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Whitehall in Monmouth on Sunday honoring Mrs. Dooley Crouch, who will leave on Thursday for her home FALL BULBS IMPORTED FROM HOLLAND CROCUS, mixed colors 50 for $1.68 HYACINTHS. mixed colors 10 for SI.09; . ... ., , m . , „_ 25 for $2.4o'at Vinita, Okla. There Were 35 DARWIN TULIPS, ! present. mixed colors 25 for SI.29i •«»_ n T * „,,,_„„„„ . r „„. so for $2.49 j an " Mrs. Lawrence rest ana family of Rock Island were callers at the Merlin Shike home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ranney drove to Starved Rock on Sunday where they enjoyed a picnic dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Herman SaravalM and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saravalli and family of Maywood. 5 ROOM HOUSE, semi-modern, 10 miles from Galesburg. All weather road. Inquire at Thorp AcreaRe, Rio or call 2570 at Oneida after 6 p.m. SLEEPING ROOM, warm, well furnished. Clean bathroom. Continuous hot water. For Sale: Electric lamps, hot water tank. Phone 7895-3. COMPLETELY PRIVATE. Tile bath, kitchenette. 2 newly furnished modern rooms for couple to enjoy. Call 95-2392. FLOYD W. SARGEANT II. A. YELTON Rcoltor.s. 125 S. Cherry. 4145. Buy and retire in your own home. CHARMING BRICK HOME. English, Cotswold cottage type architecture. North location. Carpeted living room and dining room, 3 bedrooms, modern kitchen with dishwasher, disposal. Tile bath. Attractively decorated. Beautiful natural wood ;xHIS SMALL FARM of 73 acres hasj Realtors FARM AND CITY PROPERTY A. E Mcatheringham j modern home. N.W.j Assorted—Your choice ol colors DARWIN and PARROTT TULIPS 25 for $1.45 50 lor $2.88 Montgomery Ward & Co. FARM STORE 17 N. Kellogg Phone 4960 Bateman-Hitchcock district. Long living loom, dining room, large modern kitchen with nook down. Completely redecorated. Heated floored attic. Cement basement, stoker heat. Garage. Shady lot. $11,000. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-148R Realtors 4758 511 Bank of Galesburg 'Save heat this u inter—keep moisture from entering window and door! frame area 1 -. Moisture will take that paint off it it gets in at these points. We have guns and caulking for your every need. Caulk before painting. • work. Cement basement, gas heat, stool, recreation room with knotty pine finish. Double garage. Landscaped. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg 3-ROOM unfurnished apt. Upper. Private bath and entrance. Insulated. Heat and water furnished. Laundry privileges. Close in. Adults. In- qulre 818 E. Main. _____ Wanted to Rent—23 BUSINESS MAN. wife, daughter need 3. to 6 room furnished apt. or house. North »idc. Will pay fi months advance. Phone 7238-6, 8 to 5. APPROXIMATELY 400-acre farm for '54. Preferably cash and grain. Con slder 50-60 with right party. Farming 300 acres at present. Box 613, c/o Register-Mail. 2-3 BEDROOM HOUSE WANTED by Galesburg Club manager, wife. 2 children, by Oct, 16. Write Galesburg Club. 4 OR 5 ROOM unfurnished apt. 'by business man, wife and 2 children. Cnn furnish excellent references. PhoneJ 434-6 between 9 and 5:30. RELIABLE COUPLE with young child want S or 6 room house, unfurnished. Preferably tn quiet neighborhood. Phone 2013-8. 4-ROOM unfurnished apt, by couple with 11-year-old boy and 9-year-old girl. Silas Wlllard school district. References. Phone 4902 days. 3 OR 4 ROOM unfurnished apt. employed couple. Call 2136-0. By HOME WANTED within 10 miles of Galesburg. 5 rooms or more. Electricity. By Nov. 1. References. Write Box 54, Bishop Hill. 111. 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. PASTURE or stalk field wanted. Also desire someone to winter my catUe Box P99, c/o Register-Mall. Real Estate for Sale—24 IN MONMOUTH—Practically new 4- room home in west part. Nice long living room, modern kitchen, 2 bedrooms with closets, bath with tile floor and built-in shelves. All newly decorated. Garage attached with breezeway. Conley Cole, Real Estate, Farm Loans. Monmuoth, 111. Phone 306X; BY OWNER. 2-bedroom all modern. Forced «ir gas heat. Hardwood floors. Large garden. Close in. 545 Churchiil Ave. Inquire 566 Churchill Ave E. MAIN — Income property. 3-apt, Furnace. Finance on contract to re- &ponsfble party. S.E.—7 rooms. Modern. Stoker. Garage. Nice lot. $8,750. CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR ROBERT KELLY, SALESMAN Room 3. Cair Bldg. Phone 6678-6 NEW THREE • BEDROOM BUNGALOW. Hardwood floors, full basement, automatic gas heat, storms and screens. Youngstown steel kitchen. G.I. approved for $12,800. Ready to move into. Corner of Florence and Lane Aves. For appointment to sec, phone: WM. K. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondi Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-9 BOB FOSTER City and Farm Propertlej All Typea of Financing 219 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1548 , MAKE OFFER [EIGHT ROOMS. Near north side. Family home. Can be converted to income. Owner wants to go to Florida. Immediate possession. RALPH DAVES, INC.. REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-3 [Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 Galesburg Real Estate Ag'cy 437 Bank of Galesburg Bldg. N.E.—Very nice 3-bedroom bungalow, gas heat. Just finished, ready to move in. $15,000. N.E.—Very good 3-bedroom home, gas heat. $15,500. Income Property—E. Losey, gas heal. $173 income per month. $12,000. Centrally Located—Very good income property. $15,000. S.E.—Good 3-bedroom home. $8,500. Several Good Farms for sole. II you need a home, call u». We have them all prices. JOHN POGUB, REALTOR Ralph Pogue John Leahigb U250-6 1689-7 58?5-8 6-ROOM BUNGALOW. N.W. Large living l'uuin, modern kitchen, 3 large bedrooms. Hot water healing plant. Garage attached. G.l. approved. $9,000. Wayne Goodale Ready Co. im-i or 2Sao-s. or Mrs, Altwi 6449-0. 203-ACRE stock and grain farm near Galesburg, 150 acres high producing plow land. About 100 acres plowed out of alfalfa this year. Plenty of good buildings. Water piped to buildings and fields. Practically all limed and phosphated within last 4 years. There has been a lot of cattle fed on this farm. Good modern home. Conley Cole. Real Estate, Farm Loans. Monmuoth, 111 Phone 306X. DO IT NOW Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. the things the home buyers are looking for, a modern house, good chicken house, barn, small crib, ga-l rage, deep well and most of the 247 E. Main fences are A-l. 32 acres are tillable. | . the balance being open pasture wlthj Trade-In good sprine that has flowed all «um-| 7onith TV ^4Q Qr> mer lone Can you use a small farm : ^eniin iV iia.JJ Phone 4255 like this? Harrv C. Lister Agency Realtors, Monmouth. Illinois. 3RD FLOOR 16-in. Console. O. T. JOHNSON CO. Replace Broken Glass in STORM SASH NOW Phone 4216 for Free Pick-up & Delivery ONE DAY SERVICE Galesburg Glass Co. Broad & Ferris Phone 4216 BY OWNER. 5 -room modern home Perfect condition inside and out Garage. Large lot. Good location. $12,000. Phone 2422-9. BUNGALOWS! 5 rooms, Willard school, owner transferred. Reduced to $5,000. 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|Joy Bjirgess BURGESS—Mr. and Mrs. Best of Princeville entertained a number of relatives and friends at their home Sunday. A potluck dinner was served at noon. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKelvie of Burgess, Mrs. Kate Thompson, George McKelvie, and Mr. and Mrs. John McKelvie and daughter, Velma, of Alexis; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spicer of Monmouth, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lyons of Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gowdy were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fields and family at USED FURNITURE meli/^I .S 'J 'i .'HT * 9 J???J3-TV chairs (slightly soiled) ...$29.50' SwTcV ISTN. Bro^'phone' wi'i-'i. j "Miss Laura Gowdy returned Sun. ^ty ^G.! 3 !^ to Princeville after a week. Harrison Agency, Bank of Galesburg if^ 7en e v Dm^T Ro^m'se'ts""$37*50i "ber^ "lengths" 14x18 ft. 1—1000 bu.i end visit with her parents, Mr. Bldg., 4548. Chris Frederick, sales 8036-7 jj ,.3^" . 'jj-Vanri M stave corn crib and several rolls of and Mrs _ Joe Govdv. Mr. and Mrs. A. -R. Pender of Bloomington, are visiting this week MODERN BUNGALOW, Florence Ave./lmSl*tosaer" ™~:~™:7..~"$l5J Pieket cribbing priced reasonable. 4 rms., bath. Gas heat. Large llv-JRollaway Bed, 4-ft. - - S2of A. M. Kennelly, Yates City. ln« room, hardwood floors, Youngs-Child's Desk and Chair 517 AHI-ADI r»t town kitchen On bus line, near MeUl Bed Spring and matt.. 3.\3 „$20 FALL COLORS AHEAD! Get fehori. grocery. $7 250° Phone 5545-5. 14 Pieces Linoleum, Qdd sizes 15c-20c co or film now Kodachrome THREE BEDROOM BUNGALOW Located in Stone School Dlst. Has attached garage, oil fired convector heating. Has been G.I. approved for asking price of $9,000. Quick possession. WM. E. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondi Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-9 3 BEDROOMS each apt. 2 apts Close in northwest. 6 rooms each. Attractive proposition for home or investment. Everything separate. 2 gas-fired hot water furnaces. Front and back entrances. Priced to sell. $12,000. 7-ROOM HOME. Good southeast location. 1 bedroom down. Stoker. Storms all around. 2-car garage.. „ . . $8 250 STONE SCHOOL — 2-apt. 4 rooms, 5-ROOM COTTAGE. South, close in. I bath down. Same up. Gas heat. Nice large kitchen with plenty ofj Private entrance Vacant. Bargain, cabinets. Stoker. Insulated. This! $8,000. A. U. Johnson Realty. Real- Is a good home for $5,500. i tor. 453 Jefferson. 4575. HENSHAW, REALTOR i N .E .-7 rooms, stoker. Bargain. $4,500 1196 N. Kellogg „* h ° n * 4316 :N.W.—7 rooms. Stone Dlst $8,000 V m. Qulgley — 6155-2 jS.E.—Large brick. Can be made Into 3 apts. Stoker, storms, screens. Doirble garage. Large lot. Low taxes. Immediate poss. Shown by appointment. G. W. PARKINS, REALTOR Phone 8-1288 Eves. 3965-7, 9193-6 274 ACRES, all been limed. Double corn crib. CatUe shed. 7 -room modern home, oil furnace, nice basement. $125 per acre. Conley Cole, Real Estate, Monmouth, 111. Phone 306X. Johnson Real Estate i 3e?nE c° R Ave M c &^e ^.uut2i r *lV 5 -ROOM BUNG. Furnace. West. $6,800 ^* $nj)0a" 8U« ifti? 's' pm" 2 -APT. INCOME. Furnace. East. $8,5001 for appo ntment 5-ROOM BUNGALOW. Oil. N.E. $7.5001- , , • '•3-BEDROOM HOUSE. Oil. S.W. $6,800,SE. Lovely 5 room bungalow. Carpet- 2 -APT. INCOME. Stoker. West. $8.800 ! 'ng and drapes In living and dining 4-ROOM BUNGALOW. Oil. N.W. $7,500 3-APT. INCOME. Sto. Gar. S.W. $9,000 3-BEDROOM BUNG. Oil. East. $9,500 7-ROOM HOUSE. Furnace. S.W. $7,500 S-ROOM BUNG. Sto. Gar. West. $8,000 FRED A. JOHNSON, BROKER 657 N. Kellogg St. Phone 2502-5 Mrs. Selbert. Sales. Phone 3708-9 208 DIVISION. Good brick- building. Designed for your business and home. Lower floor suitable many types business. 5 -room modern apt. up. Separate entrances. Full cement basement, good furnace, stoker, stool. Deep shady lot. Immediate possession entire building. Would consider contract. Shown by appointment. ISLEA DEETS DON DF.ETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg room. Painted plaster walls. Modern kitchen. Tile bath. Full deep basement, furnished for recreaUon. Stoker heat. Double garage. Landscaped lot. $12,750. Corbln Realty, 7103-9 Delia Harrison, Sales. Real Estate Wanted—25 FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR Save $1,500 on, this 5-year-old ranch type 4-room bungalow. Tile bath, oak floors, plaster walls, basement, gas heat. Enclosed breezeway. Insulated. Attached double garage. Storms, screens. 110-ft. frontage. Immediate possession. $10,500. 216 Hill Arcade. 8-1551, 7513-6. 494 ACRES In Henderson County. 300 acres corn and beans. Beans making about 25 bu. this year. 2 houses, 1 modern, good barn and cribs. Conley Cole, Real Estate, Farm Loans. Monmouth, 111. Phone 306X. N.E.—6-room modern home. Large living room, dining room, bedroom, kitchen, stool down. 2 bedrooms, bath tip. Hardwood floors throughout. Douhle garage. Bargain $8,000. A. U. Johnson Realty, Realtor, 453 Jeflerson. 4578. FARM—160 to 240 acres near Galesburg. Good top grade level. Deal with owner direct only. Write Box 814. c/o , Register-Mail. WANTED — We have several buyers wanting medium priced small homes. Your listing will be appreciated. Conley Cole, Real. Estate, Farm Loans. Monmouth. III. Phone 308X. WANTED — Bungalows, 3-bedroom homes, apt*., any price. Anxious buyers watting. A. U. Johnson Realty, Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales. 453 Jefferson. 4575. ON CONTRACT. Two bedroom modern home with garage. Box 607, c/o Register-Mall. Child's Scooter .54.50 Marble Top Dresser $27.50 Square Exchange 8 Public Square DAVENPORT and Chair. Wine mohair. Tan floral platform rocker. Good condition. Howard Hall, North Henderson, Illinois. BAND INSTRUMENTS . . . Rent- Before-You-Buy plan at Byerly- Gamble Music. Bring your boy and girl in for a Music Aptitude Test- talk to 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. DUO-THERM oil heaters authorized dealer—Bill's Appliance Sales and Service, 568 N. Henderson St. 6172-8. WE BUY AND SELL used furniture. Coffev's Auction Co.. 771 West Main. 1591-8. STOKER HEARTH CEMENT For Sale. CHRISTY COAL CO. 465 E. Berrien Phone 4741 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 t6> Dwarf Trees now $21. Have tree ripe fruit all season. John Stewart, local representative, 1384 Clark St., phone 2927-0, GaJ.esb_urg,_ 111. REFRIGERATOR - 8 cubic ft., good condition. Will sell reasonably. Call 6255-8 or 2633-0. Koda color, Ansco.Color. Illinois Camera Shop, 84 S. Prairie. your, at the home of their daughter and PHONE 4524 For free service on sewing machines. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 220 E. Main LIVING ROOM SUITE; 9x12 rug and pad; 2 plastic chairs; 1 chrome high chair, 2 training chairs; lamps: 3 babv beds, complete: 1 chest: 3 piece bedroom suite, washing machine, 2 laundry tubs. 5231-2. 60 Sheldon. RECEIVED nice assortment of heavy weight gabardine pants. 5 newest colors. Side seams hand stitched. You can save $2. Buy now at $5.95. Bell Tailors, 54 S. Seminary. WILBUR STOKER Like new. Complete with controls. Reasonable. Call 1607-9 days. CLARINET, Pan Phone 8068-4. American, wood. 50c JIFFY SHAMPOO BRUSH and 89c bottle Fitch Shampoo, both for 98c. Red Cross Drug Store, Main and Seminary. . P. MOFFET Is located in shop at rear of house at 289 N. Henderson. 3818-6. Clocks, watches sold, repaired^ Miscellaneous—21 CONVERSATION PIECES, antique silver: Castor, covered butter dish, distinctive sugar bowl, card tray. Several imported vases, bracket lamps. Few other pleces^SSBSM. 1954 G.E. TV SETS PRICES START AT $179.95 la Month* to Pay. Small Down Payment. Terms as low as $2.55 Week. Goodyear Service Stores Kellogg Sc Simmons Phone 4884 ARGUS CAMERA, C-3. Flash and case like new. Wanted, good 8 nun. movie camera. Phone 6843-9. 30 ACRES on U.S. 34 at the edge of a town of 30,000 population. Nice mod- pHICES REDUCE- 1 - 1.070-bu. corn ern home. Barn equipped with ex cellent grade "A" milking parlor. Owner has sold up to $50 worth of milk a dav from this well located 80. This is onlv one of the many opportunities this farm offers. Con- lev Cole, Real Estate, 600 East Broadway, Monmouth, HI. Phone 306X. cribs while they last, $175. Stockyards Farm Supply. Peoria Union Stockyards, Peoria. 111. Phone 6-6930. HOMES - HOMES Knoxvllle - Galesburg - Knox County DALE H BRAGG. BROKER KNOXVILLE 4-ROOM BUNGALOW. N.W. Well decorated, oil heat, modern kitchen, new double garage. $9,250. Wayne Goodal* Realty Co. 7834-8 or 8880-9. ?£._____ Alters 5446-0. FLOYD W. SARGEANT. REALTOR 5-Room mod. home on Ave. B. Can give immediate poss $ 4,500 7-Room mod. home. Extra nice. On N. Seminary St. $15,500 4-Room mod. Close In on Pearl $ 4,750 9?i Acres In Knoxvllle. Mod. home $15,000 4-Room new mod. on Frank St. t 9,250 2-Family—1—3, 1—4 room and bath on Monmouth BJvd $7,250 _C_aU_ 4145 for full Information. BUNGALOW. 5 rooms, modern kitchen and bath. Floored heated attic could be finished for extra bedroom. Stoker heat. Wired for electric stove. Double garage. Nice Urge lot. fruit tract, am N. Broad, phona 6X18-4. Don't Buy Until You Have Seen Our Used Appliance Bargains GALESBURG GAS SALES E. C. Ringlien. Owner 425 E. Main Phone MU-JJ HUNTING SUIT, man's, coat, vest and 2 pair pants, i pair high top boots, socks and moccasins, cap. Phone 2841-0 or call at 846 W. North. LIVING ROOM SUITE $15. Hollywood bed, $10; bed complete $10: dresser $6; 6 dining room chairs, $1.75 each. Phone 5042-9, 911 E. Berriem Mulberry Hobby Shop . All Craft Master Subjects Availabts to Paint 881 Mulberry Phone 2633-0 Electrolux Cleaners Repair parts, filters, bags, hoses, switches, anything you want for your Electrolux. HIGGINS ELECTRIC SHOP 1065 E. Main Phone 6838-6 Rent and Try New or Used BAND or STRING INSTRUMENTS or a NEW SPINET PIANO at BENEDICT'S where rental applies on purchase price. BENEDICT MUSIC CO. 64 S. Cherry St. Phone 7185-9 Dopp Hardware PARKISUSTTS LAWN SWEEPER 331 E, Mala Phoae 4883 Corbin's Auction House 639 S Cedar Phone 8-1433 WW Buy. SeU. Trade or Auction furniture. Tool*, Antiques Open 8:30 ttti 5:30 _.J .__j_L r <» l> 8-1433 tor Your Auction OLD BUILDING. 20x30 to wreck. Btbt offer to tear down and haul away •cceputd. Itm W. Main. Take a Holiday From Ironing Drudgery For the Rest of Your Life See Iron rite BLACK' BROS. Main at Seminary Ph. 4822 Used Appliance Clearance Oil Heater, 3-room $30 Refrigerator* $29—$45—$55 2 Washers, each $15 Auto. Washers $75 to $179 1 Electric Rang* ——,._„.$15 2 Mangles, table models, perfect Choice W Motorola TV. like new $125 GAMBLES 420 E. Maui Ph"n_e_ 4511 SIF.GLER OIL HEATER. 5-room. with tan circulator. llide-a-Bed tufa and chair. 403 Oa_. 3728-4. SEE Betty Crocker's NEW GENERAL MILLS MIXER WITH A TIMER $43.95 Also Other G. M. Appliances LAW SON ELECTRIC CO. 62 S. Seminary Phone 7166-6 BREAKFAST SET, $10; Magic Chef Stove, $25: Philcu refrigerator; kitchen cabinet. $5: dining room suite, $20: large wardrobe, $15; cheat of drawers, $3 up: dressci, $6; radio, $5; washing machine: beds $5 up; davenport and chair, $20; kitchen table, $2: odd chairs, $1: 9x12 rug. $5; combination china cabinet and desk, $7.50; sewing machine, $10; round table: small tables: corner cupboards, studio couch. $15: library table, $4: rocker, $2.50: ironing board, $2.50: new 24" table lamp, $2.95; shot gun, $6.00: misc. items. NEW SPINET PIANOS. Also ANTIQUES. Lawson Trading Post, the Big Red House. 2047 Grand Ave. Hours 10 a.m. to 6 pjn. DINING ROOM SUITE. 8 piece. Cheap if taken at once. Call at 43 S. Chambers. IVIES. PHILODENDRON, ivy geraniums, begonias, oriental poppies. Iris, Japanese peonies, bay lilies, double peonies, strawberry and raspberry plants, fruit trees, plant food, potting soil, vermlculate. Wade Greenhouse. 1421 Jefferson St. CEDAR CHEST, gas stove, refrigerator and floor lamp. Few other article*. Phone 3523-4. Valuable Candelabra Taken From Museum SAN FRANCISCO OB—A pair of 18th century French candelabra, valued at $200, disappeared from husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Greer. Robert Gowdy returned Tuesday morning to Tucson, Ariz., where he will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wertz were dinner guests Sunday at the home of their nephew, Roy Wertz and family near New Windsor. • Virgil Balmer and son, Larry, visited over the weekend at their home in Burgess. They are employed in Iowa in well drilling. Gilson GILSON—Mrs. Olin Jones, who was a patient in a Wisconsin Hospital several weeks, has returned home. Mrs. Jones became ill while she and her husband were on a fishing trip in Wisconsin. She will b* confined to her bed for several weeks, u is announced. Mrs. Laura Walllcker, who sustained a fractured bone Aug, 9 and who has been in the Methodist Hospital in Peoria for several weeks, has been moved to the Elm Haven Hospital at Elmwood and is reported convalescing nicely. Theodore Putnam, who has enjoyed a three-week furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. D, Putnam and other relatives, has returned to Boston, Mass., for further orders. Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Sexton and sons, David and Rocky, of Galesburg visited all day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Lunnemann. Shanghai SHANGAI — The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Reeder were Monmouth business callers recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt spent Monday evening in Monmouth and visited at the home of Mr. Hunt's mother, Mrs. Carl Ahistrand. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gustafson spent several afternoons last week with Donald's aunt, Mrs. Ida Stephenson, at Mercy Hospital in Davenport. Mrs. Clarence Libby and Mrs. Clyde Bock and Linda Lou were Galesburg shoppers a recent afternoon. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7th, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of LEWIS L. DAWSON, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. JAMES A. DAWSON, Administrator. Clyde M. Weat, Attorney 1303 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. Peoria, 111. 10/8:18-2? the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park. Police .inspected teen-agers, but admitted ruefully they were very diacrimioating burglar*. i

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