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Livestock—20 PUREBRED Hampshire buck and thren 3-year old ewes. Kenneth Jones, Phone 0210, Galva, _ . RAMS. One 2 yr. old Hampshire, one 2 vr. old Oxford. Also 2 11.P. electric molor. Denn LoSk, Avon, 111. Phone 2RBR. ' BOARS — 11 purebred Hampshire. BiitiRs tested and double Ireatcd for cholera. Kenneth Jones, Phone 0219, Galva. ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Proven Hulls Six Breeds HORNBAKE1? ANIMAL HOSPITAL Phone D-1M3 BOA RS -DO registered Spotted Poland China honrs 8 ml. east, 1 ml south, and 114 ml. east of Galva E. O Ditslln & Sons, Galva BUTJ.S ,1 dark red registered" Polled Shorthorns. Ready for heavy service. Also extra Rood Now Idea 2-row picker, picked 3 seasons, fine shape, readv to f»o to field. II. Cox and Sons, Rl. 3, Galesburg^ _ BOARS, GILTS, RAMS. Well grown, medium type boars, tested, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders, priced to sell. Durocs, Berkshires, Poland Chinas, Chester Whites and Hampshire* arc available. We are offering Suffolk and Hampshire rams ready for service. Kriox- ville F.F.A. Chapter. Inquire at Knoxville High School. Phone 9S-3S66 or 1)5-3686. SPOTTED POLAND CHINA boar and gilt sale, Tuesday night, October 13, Knoxville Sale Pavilion. Carl Seller, __Onelda, 111. DUROC SALE Tuesday nlRht, October 13 at 7:30 60 hend dark red meat type boars and gills, cholera treated, blood tested and clean. Hay I„ Johnston, Altona, 111. Wanted to Buy— 21 2-WHEKI, TRAILER wanted, with drop cooler axle and spring. Pre for low slung box. Must be In good shape. Phone 0052-4 or 2543-8. _ DISPLAY CASES wanted. Glass tops _and fronls. Call 2833-0 Oj-_0_25J-8._ GRAND PIANO WANTED. 5 or 0 ft. Reasonable. Phone 7185-0. SHOTGUNS WANTED. Spot cash for used shotguns. Buying anything, any condition except bolt action. Also buying revolvers, old or new. Gtl Hchard Guns, Knoxville 9S-3473. For Rent—22 SMALL HOUSE, all modern, partly furnished. Suitable for 2 people. Close to business district. Inquire li .'ifi V.. South. Phone 5783-0, SLEEPING ROOM. Garsigc if desired. Private entrance and bath. Near restaurants and bus Mop. Phone 6102-0. SLEEPING ROOMS, large closets. Kor 1 or 2 «n*ls. Private, privileges. 1 M N. Prairie._ 2702-8. rooms and stove fur- Call 1303-2 Real Estate for Sate—24 UNUSUAL STOCK FARM, Henry County, 111,, 28 A., good land, on hard road. Two beautiful houses, three stock barns, large corn crib and overhead granary, 2 silos, 2 large paved yards, Implement sheds, etc. This Is a show pliicc. Possession March l«t. Priced to sell. Donald B, Swanson, Realtor, Cambridge, Illinois. THE GUY T. MEEKER FARM. 80 acres Improved, also 80 acres unimproved. ('.. f. Boll Agency. Ray J. Ives, Salesman. Alerlo, III. Phone 840. NORTHWEST. Nice and new 2 large bedroom brick bungalow. Long living room, tile bath, very modern kitchen, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Lovely basement, oil heat. Double garage. A, U. Johnson Realty, Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales. 453 Jefferson. 4575. W. TOMPKINS near Academy. Income property or family home. 5 rooms, bath down, 4 rooms, bath up. Hardwood floors. Cement basement, oil heal, blower. Garage. Immediate possession. $8,750. ISLEA DEBTS DON DEBTS 8-1488 Realtor 4708 511 Bank of Galesburg COLONIAL HOME. Desirable north location. 3 nice rooms, fireplace, sun room down. 3 bedrooms, modern bath up. Hardwood floors. Cement basement, gns heat. Garage. Immediate possession. $10,000. ISLEA DEBTS DON DEBTS 8-1488 Realtor 4768 ,111 Bank of Galesburg COIvONIAL HOME. Long carpeted living room and dining room, fireplace, large modern kitchen, powder room down. 3 nice bedrooms, tile bath up. Unusual amount closet space. Beautiful hardwood floors, attractively decorated. Full basement, recreation room with fireplace, oil licat. New double gaiage This well const ruclod home not overpriced. $22,500. ISLEA DEETS DON nKF.TS 8-14811 Realtor 4708 511 Bank of Galesburg UNFURNISHED APT. 3 bath, heat, water and nlshcd. Adults only, after 3 p.m. SLEEPING HOOM. Close to bath, with hot and cold water, to either man or woman. Kitchen privileges II desired. 5472-4. NICELY FURNISHED clean apt. On bus line. All utilities furnished. Laundry privileges. Adults. 1812-3. r'RAYCRAFT, REALTOR Woodhull, III Phone 58 DISTRICT SALES II. T. OOFF. Know-ill". Phono 282,'t. FRANK ANDERSON, New Windsor. IMPLEMENTS, hardware, feeds and seed business. Good location In nearby town. Doing good business. Owner has other Interests now. Would consider land. • NURSING HOME. Under state supervision. Good location. Doing good business. Owner now n widow and not able lo continue alone. Will finance part. 15 ACRES. Near Knoxville. Good linpro"enieni^. Possession soon. CO ACRES. East of Knoxville. Half faun ground. Just off Route 150. Basement house. 30 days possession. «5.250. 50 (1- A CUE stock farm. 2 sets buildings on hard road. Good location. A real investment. Owner not. able lo continue. 80 ACRES. Near Knoxville. All modern and pood. 150 AND 180 ACRE farms Just listed and well located. EFFICIENCY APT. 1 room and kitchenette; also sleeping rooms. Phone 6301-0. 289 W. Main. ONE-ROOM HOUSE. Light housekeeping or sleeping room. Partly modern. Employed couple pre _fcrred. Phone 2130-2. MODERN SLEEPING ROOM at 862 E. Berrien. To employed gentleman only. Some meals If desired. Phone __2«5.'t-0. 3-ROOM unfurnished apt. Newly decorated. Call after o p.m. 258 W. Brooks. For Sale: Beauty equipment to outfit complete shop, 2 stoves, bed, davenbed, chairs, vanity dresser, chest of drawers, also oilier Items, HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. Unfurnished or furnished. Private entrance. Hot and cold water. Phone 1946-3. t. Private preferred. cn- 359 3-ROOM furnished apt trance. Older couple _S. Academy. 6-ROOM modern home for rent In Knoxville. Immediate possession. Inquire Til S. Broad or jcall 95-5381. FOR 1954—Good livestock nad grain farm, 50-50 basis. 100 acres of pasture, 320 acres farm ground. You need a better farm, 1 need a good operator. Can help partly to finance. List family, equipment, finances, cattle feeding and hog raising experience. Write Box 611, c/o Rcgister- _Mail. 6-ROOM unfurnished apt. 44114 E. Main, over Brown Lynch Scott Farm Store. Call 1838-^. 8 -ROOM upper unfurnished apt. Heat, water and garage Included. Adults _only. 248 N. Seminary. SLEEPING ROOM, room In modern hath. Men only. St. INCOME N. CEDAR. Close in. 2 apts. Separate entrances 5, bath down, S bath up. Good condition throughout. Low taxes. Consider under $9,000. See it! Make offer. RALPH DAVES. INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers - - Phone 0878-0 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 0484-2 Eves. 1330-5 FRED BURG LAND, REALTOR NORTHEAST. 4-room bungalow. 3 years old. Youngslown steel kitchen. Utility room. Oil heat. Insu lated. $7,000. S1.839 down. S46 monthly. 216 Hill Arcade. R-1551 7513-0. FOR SALE OR TRADE on farm 75 to 120 acres. Good 0-room house, barn shed, chicken house, brooder house Close to factories. Box 620. c/o Heglster-Mail, Single or double home. Close to 316 E. Tompkins 2 ROOMS AND kitchenette. Unfurnished. Utilities furnished. Inquire 189 W. Tompkins St. If Beauty Comfort & Luxury Are the factors you've been' seeking you will find It here In this lovely 3- bedroom, 2-story home. 13'x26' living room, fireplace. Dining room Large, built-in kitchen. Modern bath up, \'i bath down. Excellent basement with recreation room. Aut oil heat. Double garage. This desirable property situated on a beautifully landscaped lot In the top residential area of Gale s burg. Prompt action will enable you to be the proud owner of this home I STEPHENS. BROKER 119 N. SEMINARY II. Quimby — 8-1223 Mary Stephens — 8-1256 HAVE GOOD BUYS IN HOMES $8,000 to $50,000 Also if Interested in sale of your home can give you quick action if priced right. OTIS HOLMES, BROKER 406-407 Hill Arcade 8-1228 2 ROOMS and bath, unfurnished. Private enttance.__No_ pets. Call 5112 -4. 6 ROOM upper apt. Modern furnished or unfurnished or will sell furniture. 1 Winkler stoker complete. Good condition, replaced with gas heat. Leonard J. Folgcr, Dahlnda, 111. Phone 95-5511. _ 5 ROOM HOUSE, semi-modern, 10 miles from Galesburg. All weather road. Inquire at Thorp Acreage, Rio or caU 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 05-2392. 3 -ROOM unfurnished apt. Upper. Private bath and entrance. Insulated. Heat and water furnished. Laundry privileges. Close in. Adults. Inquire 818 E, Main. Wanted to Rent—23 BUSINESS MAN, wife, daughter need 3 to 6 room furnished apt. or house. North side. Will pay 6 month* advance. Phone 7238-6, 8 to 5. APPROXIMATELY 400-acre farm for '54. Preferably cash and grain. Consider 50-50 with right party. Farming 300 acres at present. Box 613, co Register-Mall. 2-3 BEDROOM HOUSE WANTED by Galesburg Club manager, wife, 2 children, by Oct. 16. Write Galesburg Club L 4 OR 5 ROOM unfurnished apt. by business man, wife and 2 children. Can furnish excellent references. Phone 1434-6 between Sand 5:30^ _ RELIABLE COUPLE with young child want 5 or 6 room house, unfurnished. Preferably in quiet neighborhood. Phone 2013-8. 4 -ROOM unfurpished apt. by couple with 11-year-old boy and 9-year-old girl. Silas Willard school district. References. Phone 4802 days. 3 OR 4 ROOM unfurnished apt By employed couple. Call 2136-0. PASTURE or stalk field wanted. Also desire someone to winter my cattle. Box 999, c/o Register-Mail. 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 breeze way. Con ley Cole, Real Estate, Farm Loans. Monmuoth. 111. Phone 3U6X. FLOYD W. SARGEANT H. A. YELTOM Realtors. 12S S. Cherry. 4145. Buy 9A& r*Ur« lo your own homa. PRICE PLUS QUALITY- 5 rooms, 2 bdrms., bath up. W. $14,000 8 rooms, 3 bdrms., bath up, insulated, garage, N. Academy. G.l. loan. $11,000 7 rooms brick, N. Cherry $20,000 6 room, 1 bdrm., <4 bath down, 2 bdrms., bath up, dble. gar. $ 8,500 HARRISON AGENCY. REALTORS 454a — 7471-3 Chris Frederick, Sales — 8033-7 BY OWNER. 2-bedroom all modern. Forced air gas heat. Hardwood floors. Large garden. Close in. 545 Churchill Ave. Inquire 566 Churchill Ave E. MAIN — Income property. 3-apt. Furnace. Finance on contract to responsible party. S.E.—7 rooms. Modern. Stoker. Garage. Nice lot. $8,750. CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR ROBERT KELLY, SALESMAN Room 3. Can- Bldg. Phone 6678-6 NEW THREE - BEDROOM BUNGALOW. Hardwood floors, full basement, automatic gas heal, storms and screens. Youngstown steel kitchen. G.l. approved for $12,800, Ready to move into. Corner of Florence and Lane Aves. For appointment to see, phone: WM. E. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondi Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-9 BOB FOSTER City and Farm Propertlei All Types of Financing 210 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1548 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 Properly—E. Losey, gas heat, $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 sale. If you need a home, call us. We have them all prices. JOHN POGUE, REALTOR Ralph Pogue John I.cahlgh 6250-6 1689-7 5875-9 8-ROOM BUNGALOW. N.W. Large living room, modern kitchen, 3 large bedrooms. Hot water heating plant. Garage attached. G.I, approved. $9,000. Wayne Goodale Realty Co. 7824-8 or 2980-9, or Mrs. Alters 5446-0. N.E.—7 rooms, stoker. Bargain. $4,500 N.W.—7 rooms. Stone Dlst $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. 0193-8 2-BEDROOM BUNGALOW In good northeast location. L-shaped living room with dining area. Unusual amount oi closet space. Large picture windows. Nice basement with gas furnace. Garage with overhead door. Extra ground included. Immediate possession. (11,800. HENSHAW REAL ESTATE 1186 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Quigley. Sales, 6155-2 BY OWNER. 5-rogin modern home. Perfect condition inside and out. Garage. Largi lot. Good loc«Uon. 111,000. Phone 2422-8, Real Estate for Sale—24 7-ROOM IIOUSE~double — lot," double garage. 3 rooms have hardwood floors, Mrs. Hannah Chrlstlanson, 101 Miller Ave., East Galesburg. FOR SALE—On Roule 34, west Galesburg. 3 acres, Including 5 loom house, restaurant, oil station, recreation room. Ideal spot for motel. This must be sold soon, and Is priced to sell. Call James I.enry, 30!) N. H St., Monmouth, III. Phone 3433. _ RAY SIM MO NS, B RO K ER 2-Bed.- Ranch Type. Gns heal, hwd. floors, att. gar. ... $14,500 4 and Bath. Brcezewny. Garage. Silas Willard Dlst. Will contract. . . SIO .000 5-Rm. Bungalow. W. Main. Gas heat. Comm. zoned $ 7,500 Income. 5 and bath up. 5 and bath down. Very good condition. $ 9,000 10 Acres. 5-rm. mod, home. New barn. Blacktop road, near Knoxville. $12,500 410 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1422, 5022-0 /\rt_.Taeobson_6487-2 BiUJOavis 1004-2 $10,500 Cheek llio value hero! 4-yr,-old bungalow. Llv. rm., large kitchen, built- in s-:, 2 bedrooms, modern bath. 4 closets. Ildwd. firs. Floored atllc can be easily finished for 3rd bedroom. Very nice cement basement. Gas heat. Deep lot. N.W. location, close to school. STEPHENS, BROKER 119 N. SEMINARY DIAL 8-1256 SAVE MONEY! Hero's Value. Abingdon. While frame. 2 apt 1 '. 5 rooms, bath down, same up. Hardwood floors. Good decorations. Cement basement, stoker,] blower. Nice lot. $8,000, RALPH DAVES. INC. REALTORS 02 S. Chambers - Phone (M78 6 Ralph Daves Bernarrl Heavy (1484-2 Eves. 1330-S_ MODERN FOUR-ROOM HOME. Re- eently redecorated throughout, new roof, new outside paint. Basement, gas floor furnace. N.E. location. Prlcerl at only .. $4,500 WM. E. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondi Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-0 LET THIS HOME pay you lo bo 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 1106 N Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Quigley, Sales, 6155-2 _ 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 work. Cement basement, gas heal, stool, recreation room with knotty pine finish. Double garage. Landscaped. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 51J Bank of Cralesburg 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 phosphatcd 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. Real Estate for Sale—24 The Daily Kefflstet^Mall, UalGsburg, Til. Friday, October §, 1953 25 Miscellaneous—2# ' on rl I '• f i to home. I hit ) i.' i n g 1./ ; f • • in:; wi:.% FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR YOUR FAMILY will enjoy .this 3-bedroom home near Stone School. 24x14 living room, dining room, lflrge modern kitchen, oak floors. Attractively decorated. Basement, Garage. New roof. Storms, screens. Insulated. Low (axes. $10,000. 8-!5.M._ 7513-fl. MULLEN REAL ESTATE 419 Bondi Bldg. ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN RANCH- TYPE near Galesburg, 3 bdr., bath, living rm., fireplace, dining rm., lovely kitchen, basement, oil heat, breezewny, garage. About 2 A. land- i |tl-:r- \<.\r,\ K /. '| on scaped grounds, barbecue, noultry house PHILLIPS ST. Modern 4-rm. brick: living rm., 13x24, 2 bdr., lovely bath; kitchen with built-in cablnels. Nice | basement, gns heat: 1-car garage, small lot. Quick possession. $10,500. KNOX CO., 45 A.. 7 ',i ml. N .W.: good gravel, road, 5-rm. house, electricity, drilled well: 35 A. tillable, balance pasture, $13,500. KNOX CO. Short 20 A., 5 -rm, house, fair set outbuildings, good gravel road, near school. Possession on settlement. $10,000. FARMS A- FARM LOANS WM. P. MULLEN, REALTOR Phone 4480 Res. 8-1241 ^ Lowell Buck. Avon, III., Phone 79 _ IN KNOXVILLE. Recently repaired 5 room house with 5 acres, modern _convenlences. Call 95-2779. A. J. CLINE REALTY CO. Realtors FARM AND CITY PROPERTY A.J Cilne A. E. Meatheringharn 3 BEDROOM modern home. N.W. Bateman-Hlfcheock district. Long living room, dining room, large modern h lichen with nook down. Completely redecorated. Heated floored attic. Cement basement, stoker heat. Garage. Shady lot ISLEA DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg THIS SMALL FARM of 73 acres has the things the home buyers are looking for, a modern house, good chicken house, barn, small crib, garage, deep well and most of the fences are A-1. 32 acres are tillable, the balance being open pasture with good spring that has flowed all summer long. Can you use a small farm like this? Harry C. Lister Agency JtcaMnj;!^ Monmouth, Illinois. BUNGALOWS I 5 rooms, Willard school, owner transferred. Reduced to $5,000. Lincoln Ave. !S rooms; 2\? acres; $9,000. SPECIAL BARGAIN. 3 bedrm., ranch ' hav type. G.I. approved. N.W. $9,000. j ]' Harrison Agency. Bank of Galesburg 1 Bldg, 4548. Chris Frederick, sales 8036-7 y S.E. Lovely 5 room bungalow. Carpet-' U Ing and drapes In living and dining; p room. Painted plaster walls. Modern! kitchen. Tile bath. Full deep basement, furnished for recreation. Sinker heat. Double garage. Landscaped lot. $12,750. Corbin Really. 7103-9; Delia Harrison. Sales, • '.it Nov/ to Gas HMKEN ' o:; VERSION BURNERS !>• irnr -d to Fit All Furnace! and Boilers. '! • • • 1M f il Your Budget. I 'll',;,' lor Free Estimates. SPANGLER'S Phone 8-1318 l')MK RESALE SHOP Koov St. Phone 3043-2 Good, used. Can 1002 Grand Ave. Miscellaneous— M MUREEN HARDWARE CO. Complete line Chl-Namel paints. 42 N. Prairie. Phone 7112-6. WESTINGHOUSE Laundromat matic Washers, only $249.05. Auto- LUKES 45 S. Prairie been Knox STOOLS. Eleven swivel . ea:-e, fluorescent lights, range, fuse and switch rvice entrance, Lub tank, v.l, prer-.sure water tank, fittings, post drill. Otis Oneirla. IALE. Two coon hounds. Terriers. Phone 8228-8. COURSE In Nu-Weavlng. (oiii --e is now. Phone 3901-8. GAI.K KEFRIGKRATOR. cheap: coun- 1'. It. long, good shape. Wanted ''* to' - : Good used lumber. In- ruii': 2400 Grand Ave. USED WASHERS $14.95 up .'REFRIGERATORS $29.95 up Fully Guaranteed ARLI NG'S Phone 4;H)0 Main at Cherry CAULK NOW! Knox Memorial Bookshelf Gets New Contributions Many contributions have received recently by the Memorial Bookshelf, according to Librarian Benjamin B. Richards. The Memorial Bookshelf was GUITARS—New and used. 47.50. $io. established earlier this year after $12.50 and up. Gumbiners. 85 s. ]jv )rary received a num- J *mL ™ T J.± - — Iber of gifts for the purchase oft lowering above this capital, was M ^C-ill Mnni lrYI0nti bw,ks in memory of members ofjopened to the public. Cra I I /VlUnun ICJ lli lhp c . ol | Pge family. Many peoplej Business on the steam elevator Main^__p|ijMburg :naV(! chosen this tangible andjthat day, Oct. 9, 1888, was only PATT TJ T TT nc ^permanent way lo memorializeimoderatcly brisk. IMPORTED FROM HOLLAND ifrionds, who were .dedicated to! But tiie 210 hardy souls who rode Capital Shaft 65 Years Old; Business Brisk WASHINGTON (UP)— It is 65 years today since the Washington Monument, the great white spire City Limits CROCUS, mixed colom. HYACINTHS, mixed colors DARWIN TULIPS, mixed colors „_10 for SI.09 25 for $2.40 23 for $1.29 50 for $2.49 Assorted--Your choice of colors DARWIN and PARROTT TULIPS — 25 for $1.45 50 for $2.88 Montgomery Ward & Co. FARM STORE 47 N. Kellogg ' for Replace Broken Glass in STORM SASH NOW Phone 4216 Free Pick-up & Delivery so for $1.09: Knox during their lifetimes. When a gift is received, specially - designed acknowledgment cards enclosing an inscribed bookplate are sent both to the donor and to the bereaved. Especial care is taken by the library staff in choosing books of permanence and of a type in keeping with the interest and work of the persons they memorialize. Several larger gifts already have been received establishing endowment funds to provide for annual purchases of phone 49SQ hook memorials. I Recent contributions to j.Mcmorial Bookshelf include: By Harold M memory of Francis C. Willard, '96; by Dorothy Weinberg Swank, '18, in memory of Loom is C. Lecdy, '18; by Pi Beta Phi Alum the creaky elevator to the tip-top that fall day were the forerunners of a mighty procession that swelled with the passing years into many millions. By this week, 27,377,732 persons from all quarters of the globe had visited the 555-foot monument, a trademark for the city of Washington in the same fashion as the Eiffel Tower for Paris and the Empire State Building for New York. Cornelius W, Heine, historian for the National Capital Parks Service which is in charge of the monument, finds names of kings and ir n i >oo -Queens and assorted other royalty " r. '„™'..l, from many faraway lands on the register of distinguished guests. But the register shows only one president of the United States the ONE DAY SERVICE Galesburg Glass Co. nae in memory of Helen Caldwell! gazed °^ from the mon » mc . n . t Pf ak jj oover across the rooftops of Washington. 'That was Harry S. Truman, in 1946. winter—keep moisture g. window and door Moisture will take ! il it gets in at these ,avc guns iind caulking ry need. Caulk before Rroad A Ferris CLARINET. Pan Phone 80B8-4. pho Jl e _ American, wood. ('abcen, Anna Frances '89, and f.'orcnne Swenson Smith, ':;i; by Whiting Hall Friends in memory of Maria Nicholopoulou Papadrianou; by Mr. and Mrs. Sharvy G. Umbeck in memory of Naomi Turner; by the Fifty Year Club in memory of Elizabeth Ste- 4216 'venson Losey, '96; by Mrs. G. A. Eldgar and Miss Helen B. Hubbard in memory of Marjorie Spick- 1)0 IT NOW 881 Mulberry Hobby Shop All Crafl Master Subjects Available to Paint Mulberry Phone 26.13-0 "Knox 100 Club" [g Name of New Booster Society An organization of people "100 per cent interested in the second uy ^"apter «,] century 0 f Knox College progress" memory of Anna r ran- iV ,„„ u r„™„,i ;„ r-„i.^u..,« ~r,j ler Cavanagh, '16; by Chapter W, , A 2"LE ra ^'ihas been formed in Galesburg and oy nooen t\. , nc t„u„„ »u„ «_ m „ «tf„„, -inn Real Estate Wanted—25 Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. FARM—160 to 240 acres near Galesburg. Good top grade level. Deal with owner direct only. Write Box 614, c/o Register-Mail. , 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 lo tell. $12,000. 7-ROOM HOME. Good southeast lo-, cation. 1 bedroom down. Stoker. .MUELLER Storms all around. 2-car garage. $8,230. 5-ROOM COTTAGE. South, close In. Nice large kitchen with plenty of cabinets. Stoker. Insulated. This Is a good home for $5,500. HENSHAW, REALTOR 1106 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm, Quigley — 6155-2 274 ACRES, all been limed. Double corn crib. Cattle shed. 7-room modern home, oil furnace, nice basement, $125 per acre. Conley Cole, Real Estate. Monmouth, III. Phone 306X. WANTED -- We have several buyers wanting medium priced small homes. Your listing will be appreciated. Conley Cole, Real Estate, Farm Loans; Monmouth, 111. Phone_3Q6X. WANTED — Bungalows, 3-bedroom homes, apts., any price. Anxious buyers waiting. A. U. Johnson Realty, Realtor. Rita Johnson. Sales. 453 Jefferson. 4575. 247 Phone 4255 3—TV r..,-,irs (slightlv soiled) ...$29.50 Libia:-. Table ..-$10 to $20 Blue Overs-tuffed Chair $10 2—7 -r.e Dining Room Sets S37.50 ON CONTRACT. Two bedroom mod-12— Kuff'-t- .. .. $5 and $8 Box 607. c/o Small IJie .s .-.ei $10 •Rollav .av Bed. 4-.':. $25 Ze. 3RD FLOOR Trade-In ith TV $49.95 v-in. Console. -- O. T. JOHNSON CO. USED FURNITURE Electrolux Cleaners Repair parts, filters, bags, hc -Fes. switches, anything you want for voui Kleelrolux. HIGGINS ELECTRIC SHOP 106.") E. Main Phone_68.18-6 Rent and Try New or Used BAND or STRING INSTRUMENTS P.E.O. in ces Hcover, '89; u, Clark, '18, in memory of Wallace£? s . f? kcn thc name Knox ^ L. Thompson, '17, and by Mr. and u "1; L , „. Mrs. B. B. Richards and Alfred' Although the first 15 members W. Bays in memory of Mrs. Myrtlei are locaI residents, Chairman Ber- L. Umbeck. jnard Schimmel says that friends (of thc college everywhere will be . . 1 jinvited lo join thc club. lAledo i Membership is not limited to I ALEDO — Mrs. William JohnjKnox alumni, as evidenced by the iKummel and son, of St. Louis,'fact that six of the "first 15" Mo., are visiting in Aledo withjmembers have never attended the •relatives and were guests Monday'college. The original group, all 64 NEW SPINET PIANO . at BENEDICT'S where rental applies on purchase price. BENEDICT MUSIC CO. S. Cherry St. Phone 7185-9 ern home with garage. Register-Mail. Miscellaneous—26 GUN TYPE oil burner, complete with controls and 275 gal, fuel tank. Priced for quick sale E. C. Rlnglien, 1481 N. Academy Phone 1450-4. Johnson Real Estate 5-ROOM BUNG. Furnace, West. $6,800 2-APT. INCOME. Furnace. East. $8,500 5-ROOM BUNGALOW. Oil. N.E. $7,500 3-BEDBOOM HOUSE. Oil. S.W. $6,800 2-APT. INCOME. Stoker. West. $8,800 4-ROOM BUNGALOW. Oil. N.W. $7,500 3-APT. INCOME. Sto. Gar. S.W. $9,0001 3-BEDROOM BUNG. Oil. East. $9,500 7-ROOM HOUSE. Furnace. S.W. $7,500 5-ROOM BUNG. Sto. Gar. West. $8,000 FRED A. JOHNSON. BROKER 657 N. Kellogg St. Phone 2502-5 Mrs. Seibert, Sales. Phone 3708-9 PROOF AGAIN! Proof Again! REYBURN SAVES YOU MONEY Child's Desk ;,r.d Chair $17 Metal Bed Spring and matt., 3x3 ..$20 14 Pic-o.-' Linokum, odd sizes 15c-20c Citild's Scooter $4.50 Marble Top Dresser $27.50 Square Exchange y Public Square Gibson 11 -ft. Upright $389.95 value. Freezer. .$289.f<5 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. Gibson 17-ft. Upright Freezer $549.05 value. $439 .'J5 1953 21-In. DuMont Deluxe Con- ' sole TV Seb with doors. Reg. $425. Sale $345.95 | Gibson Electric Range. RCR. $439.95. Sale $369.95 Gibson Electric Range. Reg $309.95. Sale ...$269.95 Why Wait? Buy What You Need Today. YOU'LL SAVE MONEY Use Reyburn's Easy Pavment Plan DAVENPORT and Chair. Wine mohair. Tan floral platform rocker. Good condition. Howard Hall. North Henderson, Illinois. HIDE-A-BED, Simmons. Used only 4 months. Call 6939-8 or 6345-2. _ BAND INSTRUMENTS . . . Rent- 1 Before-You-Buy plan at Byerly -i Gamble Music. Bring your boy arid 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. i'of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Speer of Aledo were business callers in Rock Island Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Criswell of Seaton was a business caller in Aledo Monday afternoon. Merle Nesbitt of Aledo spent 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 of them now securing additional members, includes: Clifford L. Anderson, '33; Ray M. Arnold, '02; Burrell Barash, '28; Gene Bragg, '38; Henry C. Brown; Charles S. Gamble, '41; Alvah Green, '90; Dale Gunther, '35; Quint F. Johnson; Abram J. Powelson, '15; Dale H. Rowe, "34; F. J. Ryan; Bernard and BREAKFAST SET. $10; Magic Chef Stove. $25: Philco refrigerator, kitchen cabinet, $5: dining room suite, $20; large wardrobe, $15; chest the weekend with his son-in-lawj and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.iSchimmel; Arvid Schoning; Trilbett of Milan. jSharvy G. Umbeck. Mrs. Letha Peters of Aledo was| Organization of the "Knox 100 admitted Monday to Mercer coun-iClub" was officially sanctioned by ty hospital. jthe college board of trustees last Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fraser ofJune. Streator were recent guests in the | home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.! H. Fraser. Cub Scouts OI The Hedwig Lindorff Hospital, p . «. * circle met Monday evening in thep a ^** * lY church parlors with Mrs. C. ,0.;Giveil Awards Ford and Mrs. Tillie Bjorkman on the tea committee. This meeting of drawers. $3 up: dresser. $8: radio, j was a g ues t night and a silent aUC- $5; washing machine; beds $5 up;| davenport and chair, S20: kitchen DUO-THERM oil heaters authorized dealer—Bill's Appliance Sales and Service. 568 N Henderson St. 6172-6 WE BUY AND SELL used furniture. Coffev'a Auction Co., 771 West Main 1591-8. STOKER HEARTH CEMENT For Sale. CHRISTY COAL CO. 463 E. Berrien Phone 4741 N.E.—6-room modern home. Large living room, dining room, bedroom, kitchen, stool down. 2 bedrooms, bath up. Hardwood floors throughout. Double garage. Bargain $8,000. A. U. Johnson Realty, Realtor, 453 Jefferson. 4575. 30 ACRES on U.S. 34 at the edge of a town of 30,000 population. Nice modern home. Barn equipped with excellent grade "A" milking parlor. Owner has sold up to $50 worth of milk a dav from this well located 80. This Is only one of the many opportunities this farm offers. Con- lev Cole, Real Estate, 600 East Broadway, Monmouth, 111. Phone 300X. HOMES - HOMES Knoxville - 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 Goodale Realty Co. 7824-6 or 2980-9, or Mrs. 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 3 ,i Acres in Knoxville, Mod. home. $15,000 4-Room new mod. on Frank St. $ 8,250 2-Family—1—3, 1—4 room and bath on Monmouth Blvd. $ 7,250 Call 4145 for full Information. BUNGALOW. 5 rooms, modern kitchen and bath. Floored healed attic could be finished for extra bedroom. Stoker heat. Wired for electric stove. Double garage. Nice large lot, fruit trees. 2466 N. Broad. Phone 5328-4. IN MONMOUTH — 5-rooni modern hom.c. Practically new bathroom, good furnace, nice level lot. Priced Reasonable. Conley Cole. Real Estate, 600 E. Broadway, Monmouth, Illinois. Phone 306X. ANTIQUE WALNUT secretary, $75: 3 pair floor length gold draperies, lined, $2 pair; navy wool suit, size 12-14, $6. 3131-4. FOR SALE 12-Apt. Bldg. with 9 garages and cottage. See 1 DR. ADA CHAPMAN 641 N. Kellogg Ph. 1541-6 $9,000 $1,600 DOWN $38.75 MONTHLY Includes taxes, Insurance or buy G.L East Galesburg. S down, sun porch, 2 bedrooms up. Cement basement, good furnace, shower. New roof. Good siding. Garage. Approx. 1 acre. RALPH DAVES, INC.. REALTORS 93 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 3-BEDROOM brick houie. 809 Florence Ave. Gas heat, insulated, garage. $17,000. 6184-4 «lt«r • p-m, lor oppoiatmcat Reybum Hdwe. 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, I1JL 319 E. Main EXECUTIVE DESKS, 3 wooden; 4 swivel chairs with arms; ti arm chairs; 4 straight cbairs. Fanners National Bank, Knoxville, III. Ph. 85-2606. 50c JIFFY SHAMPOO BRUSH and 89c bottle Fitch Shampoo, both for 98c. Phone 8-.'.560 Red Cross Drug Store, Main and Seminary. table. $2: odd chairs, $1; 9x12 rug, $5; combination china cabinet and desk, $7.50; seeing 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, $8.00: misc. items. NEW SPINET PIANOS. Also ANTIQUES. Lawson Trading Post, the Big Red House, 2047 Grand Ave. Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 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, tion was also held. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Wood of Reynolds spent Tuesday in Aledo in " the home of their daughter, Mrs. Clair Headley and family. J P. MOFFET Is located In shop at rear of house at 289 N. Henderson. 3818 -6. Clocks, watches sold, repaired. USED CARPET— and rose. / All 5612-5. 100 sq. yards, wool twist. Green LIVING ROOM SUITE $45. Hollywood Phone COAT—Light grey, full length, fiu trimmed. Tuxedo style with swing- back. Size 12. Worn one season. Priced to sell. See at 180 N. Henderson. GAS STOVE Detroit Jewel. 2 ovens, broiler and 6 burners. No reasonable offer refused. Can be seen at 1743 N. Cherry St. bed, $10; bed complete $10: dresser $«: 6 dining room chairs, $1.75 each. Phone_594_2-9. 941 E. Berrien. _ Take a Holiday From Ironing Drudgery For the Rest of Your Life See Ironrite 1954 G.E. TV SETS PRICES START AT $179.95 18 Months to Pay. Small Down Payment. Terms as low as $2.53 Week. at BLACK BROS. Main at Seminary Ph L 4822 Used Appliance Clearance Goodyear Service Stores ; Kellogg & Simmons Phone 48B4 0 ,| Heater, 3-rooni $30 ARGUS CAMERA. C -3. Flash and case'Refrigerators .'. $25—$45—$55 like new'. Wanted, good 8 in.in. '•> Washers each $15 _movle camera^ Phone 6843-9. Auto. Washers „"V".."V.V $75 to $179 PRICES REDUCED — 1,070-bu. cornji Electric Range $15 2 Mangles, table models. cribs while they last, $175. Stockyards Farm Supply, Peoria Union Stockyards. Peoria, 111. Phone 6-6930. Don't Buy Until You Have Seen Our Used Appliance Bargains GALESBURG GAS SALES E. C. RIngllen, Owner 425 E. Main Phone 2211-6 Dopp Hardware PARKERETTE LAWN SWEEPER 331 E. Main Pho»e 4883 Corbm's Auction House 638 S .Cedar Phone 8-1433 Will Buy. Sell, Trade or Auction Furniture. Toolt,, Ar.Uques Open 8 :30 till 5:30 Always Call 8-1433 lor Your Auction OLD BUILDING. 20x30 to wreck. Best offer to tear down and haul away accepted* 1323 W. M*in. perfect. Choice S* 5 Motorola TV, like new $125 GAMBLES 420 E. Main Phone 4511 SIEGLER OIL HEATER, 5-room, with fan circulator. Hide-a-Bed sofa and chaiy. 403 Oak. 3728-4. YOU CAN still borrow a flash camera any time free for easy tlasli 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. iALL COLORS AHEAD I Get your color film now. Kodachrome. Koda- eolor, Ansco Color. Illinois Camera Shpp^_^p r airie. 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. ReasonaMe.jL'^l Hiu7-9 da\t. IKDAH CHEijT. gas stuvc, reflibera­ tor *jjd floor lamp. Few other arti- cie *- thm» 35U-4. Block & Kuhl S-A .L.E New Hamilton, General Electric and Maytag Driers We have many used Refrigerators and Washing Machines, $25 to $90 Block & Kuhl Co. Your RCA. and G.E. Dealer Television NOTICE OF I'ROB ATE OF WILL STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) ss. COUNTY OF KNOX ) In County Court, in Probate. In the matter of the probate of the Will of Emma O. Larson, deceased. To the unknown heirs at law, legatees and devisees of Emma O. Larson, deceased, and all other persons interested.' Notice is hereby given that an affidavit of death of Emma O. Larson, deceased, on July 27, 1953, lias been filed in my office; also that an instrument in writing purporting to be the Will of Emma O. Larson, deceased, filed in my office on August 3, 1953, will be offered for probate in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, in probate, on Thursday, November 12, 1953, at 10 o'clock A.M., at which time and place, you may appear and show cause why said instrument in writing purporting to.be the Will of Emma O. Larson, deceased, should not be admitted to probate. By order of the County Court. Dated this 8th day of October, 1953. GEO. A. LARSON Clerk of the County Court (SEAL) Nelson St Gustafson, Attorneys. 10/9-16-23 Woodhull Brothers Are Polio Patients WOODHULL — Stanley Carlson, 10, and Douglas Carlson, 4, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Carlson, have been admitted to the Molme Public Hospital being ai- flic ted with polio. PUBLICATION NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS, COUNTY OF KNOX ) In the Circuit Court Of said County. Emma Anderson, Plaintiff, vs. Estella A. Berggren, et at.. Defendants. Partition. Chancery Case No. 15565 Public Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a decree entered in the above captioned cause by said Court at the June, 1953, term thereof, I, Robert E. McLaughlin, Master in Chancery of said Court, will, on Tuesday, October 20, 1953, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the North front door of the Court House in the City of 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: Twenty-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 encumbrances 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 approval 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 September, 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 The Cub Scouts of Pack 5 of Farnham School met with their parents in the gym Thursday evening for their monthly pack meeting. There were 61 persons present. This was the month for thc annual inspection of uniforms to check their neatness and completeness and to help with this inspection were Roy Damberg. Knox district commissioner; Bob Tomlin, Pack committeeman chairman; Fred Gummerson, committeeman; Jack Larson, cubmaster, Grubb school, and Dale Armstrong, cub- master, Pack 5. The total average score made by the pack was 87 out of a possible 100. Awards were made to the following boys: Bobcat badge—Donald Shaw, Douglas Hallberg, Phillip Holmes, Thomas Cook, John Tucker, John Schlaff, Terry Voeller and David Ashton. Service Stars—Laverne Johnson, Mike Armstrong, Richard Liby, Richard Johnson, Jim Beregie, Frank Stewart and Clinton Kelley. Denner stripes—Jimmy Denny and Frank Stewart. Assistant denner stripe—Douglas Shearer and Terry McKay. Additional awards were made as follows: Billy Tomlin, Wolf badge and gold arrow point; Byran Spit- lars, two silver arrow points for his wolf badge; Bobby Moberg. gold arrow point for his wolf badge; Billy Roos, Bear badge and gold arrow point and two silver arrow points; Richard Johnson, Wolf badge; Larry Anderson, Bear badge and gold and silver arrow points, and Clinton Kelley, gold arrow for the Bear badge. Paul Holmes was chosen to be assistant cubmaster for the coming year and Wilbur Danner was named pack committeeman for Pack 5. A movie, "The Red Wagon," was shown, telling of the opening of the West, old Chicago, early railroading, cowboys—all the excitement of a young company growing with our young nation. This movie was obtained from Swift and Co. through E. R. Koons and Orville Stevens of the local Swift plant. READ THE WANT ADS NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that November 2nd, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of ROSA HAGUE, 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 with out issuance of summons. HARRY WITHERELL Administrator 10/3-16-23 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of HOWARD ALBERT SWANSON, 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. ERNEST R. SWANSON Administrator Woolsey, Stickney & Lucas, Attorneys 10/9-16-23 The first boys' choirs in tfc* Uuited States were those which supplied music for the mission cnurcbes of New Mexico. HEAD TU£ WANT ADI

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