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Livestock—20 Real Estate for Sale—24 Real Estate for Sale—24 Mlscell»neoiii—M Miscellaneous—28 ^The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Saturday, October 10, 1953 J 5 AriTIFICIAL UltRF.DTNG Proven MiiUs Six Rreorts HOUNHAKKH ANIMAL HOSPITAL Phone 8-1543 HOARS ,10 rcglsltred Spoiled Poland Clilnn honrs B ml. oast, 1 ml south, nnd 1 '.<j nil. cast of Gnlvn E. O Muslin ft Sons, (inlvn. nOAHS, GII.TR, rtAMS, Well medium type boars, tested, nated, guninnlecd breeder*, 1o sell. TJuriicn, Her k shirrs, Clilnns. Chester Whiles and sillies are available. We are offering Suffolk and shire rain? rcidy for servlre. vllle K.K.A. Chapter. Inrpi Knnxvllle High School. Phone or nr> imwi. grown, vacel- prleed Poland Ilamp- ITnmp- Knox- Ire at 05-35HO DUUOC SALE Tuesday nlRht, October 13 at 7:30 r,0 dark led meat type boars and pills, cholera treated, blood tested and clean. Tiny I,. Johnston, Altonn, III. 3 TS:AMS OF sod mures-. Broke lo woik. Spotted pony, f> yrs. old. Two r.its ill work harness. .John Dcier, I block west of St. Augustine depot. Wanted to lluy—21 Z-WHEEL TRAILER wanted, with drop center axle and spring. Prefer low slung box. Must he In good shape. Phone (1052-4 or 2543-6. DISPLAY CASES wanted. Glass tops and fronts. Call 2033-0 or (1255-11. Gil AND PIANO WANTED. 5 or 8 ft. Iteasonable. Phone 71115-0. SHOTGUNS WANTED. Spot cash for used shotguns. Buying anything, any condition except bolt action. Also buying revolvers, old or new. Gil Hebard Guns, Knoxvllle (15-3473. For Kent—22 SLEEPING UOOM. Garage It desired. Private entrance and bath. Near restaurants and bus stop Phone >2 n. SLEEPING ROOMS, large closets. For 1 or 2 girls. Private, privileges. 1114 N. Prairie. 27(12-11. rooms and stove fiir- Call 13(i3-2 UNFURNISHED APT. 3 bath, heat, water and nished. Adults only, after 3 p.m. SLEEPING ROOM. Close to bath, with hot and cold water, to either man or woman. Kitchen piivilcgcs II desired. 5472-4. NICELY FURNISHED clean apt. On bus line.. All iitllillev furnished. Laundry privileges. Adults. IH12-3. EFFICIENCY APT. 1 room and kitchenette; also sleeping rooms. Phone 11301-8. 2(19 W. Main. ONE ROOM HOUSE.' Light housekeeping or sleeping room. Partly modern. Employed couple pre ferred. Phone 2136-2. MODERN SLEEPING ROOM at (102 E. Berrien. To employed gentleman only. Some meals if desired. Phone 2853-8. _ _ 3-ROOM unfurnished apt. Newly decorated. Call after 5 p.m. 25(1 W. Brooks. For Sale: Beauty equipment to outfit complete shop, 2. stoves, bed, davenbed, chairs, vanity dresser, chest oi drawers, also other items. FOR 1954—Good livestock nad grain /arm, 50-50 basis. 100 acies oi pasture, 320 acres farm ground. You need a better farm, I need a good operator. Can help partly to finance. 1.1st family, equipment, finances, cattle feeding and hog raising experience. Write Box (ill, c/o Register- Mail. _ 2 ROOMS AND kitchenette. Unfurnished. Utilities furnished. Inquire lf!9 W. Tompkins St. B ROOM HOUSE, semi-modern. 10 miles from Galesburg. All weather road. Inquire at Thorp Acreage, Rio or call 2570 at Oneida after (5 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 tor couple to enjoy. Call 03-2392. 3-ROOM unfurnished apt. Upper. Private bath and entrance. Insulated. Heat and water furnished. Laundry privileges. Close In. Adults. Inquire J) 18 E. Main. OCT. 10—4-bcdroom bouse. Located at 41(1 Monmouth Blvd. Shown by appointment. Phone 3780-9. _ 100-ACRE FARM. 50-50 basis. Tenant must be honest, ambitious and experienced with livestock. Give references, experience, number In family and equipment. Farm must be kept neat and in good repair. Box 624, c/o Register-Mail. 280-ACRE FARM. 50-50 basis. Livestock and grain. Write giving references and amount of equipment. Box (123,_c/o Register-Mail. 4" ROOMS AND BATHupper unfurnished apt. Heat and water furnished. Inquire 207 Lincoln St. i UNFURNISHED nbOMS."~i»t "floor". All utilities furnished. Adults preferred. 1050 E. MMn. SLEEPING* ROOMS. Single" and "double. Innerspiing mattresses. Continuous hot water. Near bath. Stoker heat. Gentlemen only. 1000 N. Trail in. 2" LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING looms, furnished. Utilities furnished. Stoker heat. On bus stop. Adults only 1138 E. Main. UNUSUAL STOCK FARM, Henry County, III., 2(1 A., good land, on hard load. Two beautiful houses, three slock barns, large corn crib and overhead granary, 2 Bllos, 2 laige paved yards, Implement nheds, etc. Tills is a lihow place. Possession March 1st. Priced to Bell. Donald B. Swanson, Realtor, Cambridge, Illinois. NORTHWEST. Nice nnd new 2 large bedroom brick bungalov*. Long living loom, Hie bath, very modern kitchen, dbliwasher, garbage disposal. Lovely basement, oil heat. Double garage. A. U. Johnson Realty, Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales. 453 Jefferson. 4575. W. TOMPKINS near Academy. Income properly or family home. 5 rooms, bath down, 4 rooniK, bath up. Hardwood floors. Cement basemen), nil heal, blower. Garage. Imiiicdi- Jile poiscsr-ion. $8,750. ISLT'.A DEETS DON DEBTS B-14RSI Realtor 4708 511 Bank of Galesburg COI-ONIAL HOME. Long carpeted living room and dining room, fireplace, large modern kitchen, powder room down. 3 nice bedrooms, tile bath up. Unusual Bmounl closet space. Beautiful hardwood floors, attractively decorated. Full basement, recreation room with fireplace, oil heat. New double garage. This well constructed home not overpriced. $22,500. ISLF.A DEETS DON DF.ETS 8-14 (1(1 Realtor 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg CRAYCRAFT, REALTOR Woodhull, III Phone 58 DISTRICT SALES II. T. GOFF, Knoxvllle. Phone 2823. FRANK ANDERSON, New Windsor. IMPLEMENTS, hardware, feeds and seed business. Good location In neai by town. Doing good business. Owner has other Interest' now. Would consider land. NURSING HOME. Under stale supervision. Good loealion. Doing good buslnrss. Owner now a widow and not able to conlirui" alone. Will finance pari. 15 ACRES. Near Knoxvllle. Good improvements. Possession soon. 20 ACRES. East of Knoxvllle. Half farm ground. Jusl off Route 130. Basement bouse. 30 days possession. «5,250. 500-ACRE stock farm. 2 sets buildings on hard road. Good location. A real investment. Owner not able to continue. 80 ACHES. Near Knoxvillc, All modern ,ind good. 150 AND 100 ACRE farms just listed and well located. INCOME N. CEDAR. Close In. 2 apts. Sepa- i.'ite entrances 5, bath down, 3, ball) up. Good condition Ihrouph- mii. Low taxes. Consider under SO.nnri. See it! Make offer. RALPH DAVES. INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers - - Phone BB78-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy _ 6484-2 Eves 1330-5_ FRED BURGLAND. REALTOR NORTHEAST. 4-room bungalow. 3 years old. Youngstown steel kitchen. Utility room. Oil beat. Insulated. $7,000. $1,839 down. $40 monthly. 218 Hill Arcade. 8-1551, 7513-0. FOR SALE OR TRADE on farm 75 to 120 acres. Good 6-room house, barn shed, chicken house, brooder house. Close to factories. Box 620, c/o Register-Mail. " If Beauty Comfort & Luxury Are the factors you've been seeking, you will find It here In this lovely 3-bcdroom, 2-story home. 13'x2(r living room, fireplace. Dining room. Large, bullt-ln kitchen. Modern hath up, 'i bath down. Excellent basement with recreation room. Aut. oil heat. Double garage. Tbls desirable property situated on a beautifully landscaped lot In the top residential area of Galesburg. Prompt action will enable you to be the proud owner of this home! STEPHENS, BROKER 119 N. SEMINARY M. Qutmby - 8-1223 Mary Stephens — 8-1256 lot, double MUELLER GUN TYPE oil h«rn'. ' complete with control* _ an",/,/ 3 „*,„ 7-ROOM HOUSE, doubl garage. 3 rooms have haidwood floois. Mrs. Hannah Chrlnllanson, 101 Miller Ave., East Galesburg, FOR SALE— On Route 34, west Galesburg. 5 acres, Including 5-ioom house, restaurant, nil station, recreation room. Ideal spot for motel. This must biv sold BOOH, and if; priced to sell™ Call James Leary, 309 N. H St., Monmouth, III. Phone 3433. RAY SIMMONS, BROKER 2 Bed. Ranch Type. Gas heal, hwd. floors, at), gar $14,500 4 and Balh. Breczewav. Garage. Silas Wlllard Dlst. Will contract .. $10,000 5-Rm. Bungalow. W. Main. Gas lieal. Comm. zoned. - 7,500 r;|lwon ll-fl. Upright Income. S and bath up. 5 and i vnlur- bath down. Very good condl- , * JIU • JJ vnnlc lion $ 9.0001-.,, , 7 ,, Uorlghl 10 Acres. r,-iin. mod. home, New \ li " ," P * barn. Blacktop road, near ! $549 9.) value Knoxvillc. $12,500 416 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1422, 5022-9 Art Jacobson (1487-2 Bill Davis 1004-2 fuel lank, Priced for quick flair.; E C. Rlngllen, 1481 N. Academy.) Phone 1450-4. ; PROOF AGAIN! Proof Again! REYBURN SAVES YOU MONEY Convert Now to Gas TIM KEN CONVERSION BURNERS I)'" nmed lo Fit All Furnace* and Boiler".. 'I < i mi to Fit Your Budget. Phone for Free Estimates. SFANGLER'S Mam Phone 8-1318 SOME RESALE SHOP Good, used. Can 1002 Grand Ave. ''I V.. Knox St. Phone 3043-2 JUKI HfCEHATOR ; 'i'-iivr lo horn. '•' "V 'N'I Ktt STOOLS Eleven swivel I'P M.o 'Acw, Muoi escent lights, '•••i'l lights. iangc. fuse and switch L'JXI •. service enliancc, Lub lank, «!"»<•! howl, incisure water tank, I '-pe and l.itings, post drill I) V.'i'iirow, Oneida. PRICE PLUS QUALITY 5 rooms. 2 bdrms., bath up. W. $14,000 6 rooms, 3 bdrms., bath up, insulated, garage, N. Academy. G.l. loan - $11,000 7 rooms brick, N. Cherry $20,000 6 room. I bdrm., >i bath down, 2 bdrms., bath up, dble. gar. $ 8,500 HARRISON AGENCY, REALTORS 4548 — 7471-3 Chris Frederick, Sales — 8036-7 BY OWNER. 2-bcdroom all modern. Forced air gas heat. Hardwood floors. Large garden. Close In. 545 Churchill Ave. Inquire 568 Church- 111 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, Carr Bldg. Phone 6678-6 Wanted to Rent—23 BUSINESS MAN, wife, daughter need .'I lo (I room furnished apt. or house. North aide. Will pay 6 months advance. Phone 7238-6, 8 to 5. APPROXIMATELY 400-acre farm for '51. Preferably cash and grain. Consider 50-50 with right party. Farming 300 acres at present. Box 613. c o Register-Mall. 2-3 BEDROOM HOUSE WANTED by Galesburg Club manager, wife, 2 children, by Oct. 16. Write Galesburg Club. i OR 5 ROOM unfurnished apt. by business man, wife and 2 children. Can furnish excellent references. Phone 1434-6 between 9 and 5:30. RELIABLE COUPLE with young child want S or 6 room house, unfurnished. Preferably In quiet neighborhood. Phone 2013-B. 4-ROOM unfurnished apt. by couple with 11-year-old boy and 9-year-old girl. Silas Willard school district. References. Phone 4902 days. 3 OR 4 ROOM unfurnished apt. By ejriployed^ouple. Call 2138-0._ PASTURE or stalk field wanted. Also desire someone to winter my cattle. Box 999, c/o Register-Mall. Real Estate for Sale—24 FLOYD W. SARGEANT 11, A. YELTON Realtors. 125 S. Cherry. 4145. Buy and retire in your own home. MULLEN REAL ESTATE" 419 Bondl Bldg. ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN rtANCII- TYPE near fJalesburtj, 3 bdr.. bath, living mi., fireplace, dining rm„ lovely kitchen, basement, oil heat, bree/eway, garage. About 2 A. land- bcaped grounds, barbecue, poultry house. PHILLIPS ST. Modern 4-rm. brick; living rin.. 13x74, 2 bdr., lovely balh: kitchen with built-in cabinets. Nice basement, gas beat; 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 pisture. $13,500. KNOX CO. Sliort 20 A., 5-rm. house, fair set outbuildings, good gravel load, near school. Possession on settlement. $10,000. FARMS & FARM LOANS VVM. P. MULLEN, REALTOR I Phone 44fi0 Res. 8-1241 Lowell Buck, Avon. 111., Phone 79 4 -ROOM BUNGALOW. N.W. Well decora led, oJl heat, modern kitchen, new double garage. $9,250. Wayne Goodale Realty Co. 7824-6 or 2880-8, or Mrs. Altera 6*49-0. 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 Lvine Aves. For appointment to see, phone: WM. F.. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondi Bldg. Phone IM274 Eves. 1931-1) BOB FOSTER City and Farm Properliej All Types of Financing 219 Hill Arcade Pnon _ e _ 8-1548 Galesburg Real Estate Ag'cy 437 Bank of Galesburg Bldg. N.E.—Very nice 3-bcdroom 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 FBrms for sale. If you need a home, call us. We have them all prices. JOHN POGUE, REALTOR Ralph Pogue John Leahlgh 0250-6 _ 1689-7 5875-9 6-ROOM BUNGALOW. N.W. Large living room, modern kitchen, 3 large bedrooms. Hot water heating plant. Garage attached. G.I. approved. $9,000. Wavne Goodale Realty Co. 7H24-6 or 29R0-9, or Mrs. Alters 5448-0. 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 apis. Stoker, storms, screens, Double garage. Large lot. Low taxes. Immediate poss. Shown by appointment. G. W. PARKINS. REALTOR Phone 8-1288 Eves. 3965-7. 9103-6 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 clooi. Extra ground included Immediate possession. $11,900, HENSIIAW REAL ESTATE 1196 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Quigley. Sales, 6155-2 $10,500 Check the value here! 4-yr.-oid bun-JGIb^on Electric galow. Llv. nn„ large kitchen, built-; '<.,•„ Ins, 2 bedrooms, modern bath. 4! *™' ,M - *»"••• closets. Hdwd. firs. Floored attic\ rn ,.,,„ v , n ,., ri ,. can be easily finished for 3rd bed- \°"*»" Llectric room. Very nice cement basemen) Gas heat. Deep lot. N.W. location close to school. STEPHENS, BROKER 119 N. SEMINARY DIAL 8-1256 Freezer. . $289 95 Otis Freezer $439.95 I)(K;S I-OH SAI.E. Two coon hounds. ' - '•••'.ling Terriers, Phone 9228-8. 1953 21-ln. DuMont Deluxe Con- I'./..) •;, • ; !; , sole TV Set with doors. Reg $425. Sale $349.95 SAVE MONEY! Here's Value, Abingdon. White frame. 2 apis. 5 rooms, balh down, same up. Hardwood floors. Good decorations. Cement basement, stoker, blower. Nice lot. $8,000. RALPH DAVES, INC.. REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2_ Eves. _ 1330-5 MODERN FOUR-ROOM HOME. Recently redecorated throughout, new roof, new outside palnl. Basemen), gas floor furnace. N.E. location. Priced at only .. $4,500 WM. E. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondi Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-9 LET THIS HOME pay you to be the owner. Two 5-room apts. Modern bath. Moilern kitchen. Lower arranged for 3 bedrooms, Close in north location that always makes a good rental. Owner leaving state.'ANTIQUE Range. Range. KXTF.NHON COURSE In Nu-Weavlng. ' vomse is news Phone 3901-8. Rc *' ' ; C-'' K f.'' TUG ERA TOR, cheap: coun- $3«J».) 'i. 1<; ii. |,,ng. good shape. Wanted i «< f'.siv: Good used lumber. In- Nire 2100 Grand Ave. $309.05. Sale Reg. $269 85 Why Walt? Buy What You Need Today. YOU'LL SAVE MONEY Use Rev burn's Easv Pavment Plan Reybum Hdwe. 319 K. Main Phone 8-1560 EXECUTIVE DESKS, 3 wooden: 4 swivel chairs with arms; 6 arm chairs; 4 straight chairs. Farmers National Bank, Knoxvillc, III. Pli 95-2000. COAT - Light grey, full length, fur trimmed. Tuxedo style with swing- back. Si/.e 12. Worn one season. Priced to sell. Sec at 180 N. Henderson, USED WASHERS S14.95 up REFRIGERATORS $29.95 up v Guaranteed $8,000 HENSIIAW REAL ESTATE 1196 N Kellogg Phone 4316 Win. Qulgley, Sales. 6155-2 CHARMING BRICK HOME. English, Colswold 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 bascrnenl. gas heat, slool, recreation room with knotty pine finish. Double garage. Landscaped. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4763 _ 511 Bank of Galesburg 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. 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 1196 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Qulgley — 6155-2 GAS STOVE ! Detroit Jewel. 2 oven:;, broiler and 6j burners. No reasonable offer re- | fused. Can be seen at 1743 N. Cherry I St. _ _ _ I "$75; 3 I WALNUT secretary. pair floor length gold draperies,; lined, £2 pair; navy wool suit, size |S, 12-14. $0. 3131-4. ARLI NG'S Ph 'jtio 4.VJ(J Main at Cherry CAULK NOW! 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 Kellopg ,V Simmons Phone 4384 ARGUS CAMERA, C-3. Flash and case like new. Wanted, good 8 m.m. movie camera. Phone 6843-9. PRICES REDUCED — 1.070-bu. corn 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 OFFICIAL BALLOT For Voting Upon the Question of Organizing and Establishing the Maquon Community Fire Protection District .SPECIAL ELECTION Tuesday, October 13, 1953 Held within the Area described as follows: In Maquon Township, Knox County, Illinois: Ail of Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, IB, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 35, and 30; The West Half and also the Northeast Quarter of Sec- lion 1; The West Half of Section 12; The West Half of Section 13; I The West Half of Section 24 and also the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 24; The West Half of Section 25; The East Half of Section 28; and the East Half of Section 34; In Haw Creek Township, Knox County, Illinois: All of Sections 14, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36; That part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 13 lying South and East of the center line of Spoon River, being known as Lot 2 by Revenue Plat of 1904 and containing 110 acres, the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 13 except that part thereof lying North and West of Spoon River containing 7 2/3 acres; The South Half and also the Northeast Quarter of Section 15; The South Half of the Southwest Quarter and also I lie South Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 16; AH that part of the Southwest Quarter of NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of NELS FINDAHL, Deceased, pending in the' County, Court of Knox County, Illinois, ; and that claims may be filed j against the said estate on or be-; fore said date without issuance ofj summons. i Show Cost of Government For Oneida HARRY FINDAHL and n . It , m . ., . HELEN B. WINDOM, . 0N ^?. A ~ A .\ a Jffular mcf Executors!!"* , of ,hc ? ncMf,a ? l l C ?" n . c i' McLaughlin and McLaughlin, Attorneys. 10/10-17-24 the treasurer's report showed the following balances: city fund, $754.27; wheel (ax fund, $45.10; motor fuel tax fund, $175,89; water works revenue fund, $755.96; Allen Park fund, $642.52. The following bills and claims NOTICE Sealed proposals will be re-! ceived by the City Clerk- of the! City of Galesburg, Illinois, until;were allowed: (city fund) H. H. 5:00 P.M., Monday, October 19, jGunther Construction Co., for pipe, 1953, for furnishing a car for the;$26.93; Hanson Road Supplies, for Water Department. ispeed limit signs, $7.70; S. D. Lor- A 1940 Ford Coupe is to be ton for auditing books, $50; Lee traded in on the purchase price Implement Company for spark and bidder must state amount for plugs, $4.68; Claude Sornberger such used car. [for mowing streets, $85; Vernon The City reserves the right to Reed for siren, $10.84; Ralph Vas- reject any or all bids. |sar for janitor and light bulbs, Done by order of the City Coun- ! S15.49; Illinois Power Company cil o£ the City of Galesburg, Illi-for street lights, $53.22; (water nois. Dated this 8th day of October 1953. ALFRED NYSTROM, City Clerk. PUBLICATION NOTICE KENNETH PEEL, PLAINTIFF'S ATTORNEY CIRCUIT COURT JUNE TERM, AD. 1953 Section i7~Jylng"wcst oTthrChT-l STATE 0F ILLIN 0 IS j cago, Burlington and Quincy Rail-j nF ., V ,, Y SSl road; The South Half and ,f - 0 /r ^/, Y i JtlI ^X ,^,Tic.^ ) the Northeast Quarter of Section : ^"Vr Y A- H0 V fMQU ' ST> on 18 except a tract of land in the: beh , alf off h ™ se \ l ? n( L?f, ex ; Northeast Quarter of said Section ! ^, cut ;! r ofA »he last Will of 18 bounded by a line beginning at 1 * * r lc _. Andcr Soni deceased, a point at the intersection of the et a1, namUlls West line of the right-of-way of v £. takejthe Chicago, Burlington and Quin- "O^" 1 Y (JKK ANDERSON i .r- v. ?n!cr— -keep moisture '•ring window and doorl Moiuure will ~- , . " ff " 'imn^and cauikfng l cy Railroad and the North Hne; et al > Defendants. - ' jof said Section 18, running thence' |Wcst along the North line of said' TQ . Y^XnJersonTndreiving aid in oiling the shoulders .(•rv need. Caulk belore DO IT NOW Johnson Real Estate 5-ROOM BUNG. Furnace, West. $6,800 2-APT. INCOME. Furnace. East. $8,500',425 E. Main 5-ROOM BUNGALOW. Oil. N.E. $7,500 3-BEDROOM 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. $9,000 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. Selbert. Sales. Phone 3708-9 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. 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. GALESBURG GAS SALES E. C. Rlngllen, Owner Phone 2211-6 Dopp Hardware PARKERETTE LAWN SWEEPER 331 E. Main Pho«e 4883 Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 247 E Phone 4255 works revenue fund) American Well Works, part payment for recent work on pumps, $249.18; Klenzade Products for chlorine, S13.4G; A. F\ Row Sr., for printing, 10/10-lt S5; Kenneth Lawson, upkeep and postage, S32.19; Illinois Power Company for power, $42.46; Anderson Slate Bank, payment on generator, .$80.46; postmaster for 1,000 envelopes, $25.86; water works bond account, $250; Claude Sornberger for mowing, $4. A motion was made to write regarding wheel tax stickers for 1954. A motion was made and carried to order six new water meters. A motion was made to appoint Reid Carson to the library board. At the September meeting, a motion was made that Alderman J. A. Campbell serve on the library board. Also at the September meeting the clerk was instructed to CHANCERY , . CASE NO. 156301 wnte to the state in regard to re Section 18 for a distance of 15 ,. - _ nTTinf ihp fii^hwav rods, thence South 16 rods, thence Su f an Roberta Anderson, Defend-the ™b™*Y F'.ast 25 rods, more or less, to the ants. The books and records of the Tho rpmikifr. affidavit* havinu^'i 'y oC Oneida for the year end- West line of the right-of-way of be5 on clJly^"iIeU ir» fhV?VbSte coii?t Uns April 6, 1953 were recently the Chicago, Burlington and Qmn- thereby even to you and: a u d i ted. Of interest to citizens is ^ a, rw^ £o, i? w,ng avcrage pcr capita along the West line of said Ral! -; C han-erv to construe the Will of cost table: road right-of-way to the place of£, ha ;^ ™ s Purpose Per Cap. Cost ftraS 'HTo^ and , A1Ieys ? 7'S The West Half of Section 24; The, ^ . . , . * , lav istreet Lights 1.15 n rrmsoio i Northwest Quarter of Section 25, !> ? uc ln . sai ° co " r i, °" l , e if a Jr£k,] 3r ies % C T ns jOHNSON co. and also the North Half of thei of '^^03 and which*Salary Southwest Quarter of said Sectioni sald fsul , 1S now pending and you n=. r„ /-il:,„„„ T^,.„ r ^ir> v„r,„ are further notified that unless r„ m? ininnt AH 2 wHr,^™ or before the 2nd day of No-|Auditing Fees 24 2?' and TL SouSi vember A - D - 1953 V™ sha11 makelLegal Fees ntlJpr n? J ^inn 9R ill tnfh^ w ^ or otherwise appear andiBonds & Int., Gen'l ... Sal* the Northeast' Quarter of! de * cncl in said suit default judg.|Gen'l * Misc Section 26, the Northeast Qu. rt <-^ Total per capita cost Dated at Galesburg, Illinois,! — Trade -In Zenith TV $49.95 3RD FLOOR' BAND INSTRUMENTS . . . Rent- }'.e:',rc-Vi.!i-Kuy plan at Byeriy- C -.::,;:;p M-JHC Bring your boy and «.:) in U,i h Music Aptitude Test— UU to the band teacher at school— t:':n irni o brsnd new Pan Amerl< hr, f weeks trial. Rental de- P'.s;' applies a« down payment when vi.i b.;-.. Phone 7394-6 for informa- i :on. DUO-THERM oil heaters authorized dealer-Bill's Appliance Sales and Service, 563 N Henderson St. 6172-6 WE GUY AND SELL used furniture. Cnffevs Auction Co., 771 West Main. _J53I -a 50c JIFFY SHAMPOO BRUSH and 89c tattle Fitch Shampoo, both for 98c. Red Cross Drug Store, Main and Seminary. * Waterworks Bonds & Int. _. Water Department Corbin's Auction House 639 S .Cedar Phone 8-1433 WUI Buy, Sell, Trade or Auction Furniture, Tools. Antiques Open 8:30 till 8:30 Always Call 8-1433 fnr Your Auction SIKGLER OIL HEATER. 5-room, with P MOFFET Is located in shop at rear of house at 289 N. Henderson. 3318-6. Clocks, watches sold, repaired i inn circulator. Hide-a-Bed sofa and MUREEN HARDWARE CO.i chan. 4oa oak. 3723-4, Complete line Chi-Namel paints N. Prairie. Phone 7112-6. WESTINGHOUSE Laundromat matic Washers, only $249.95. HOMES - HOMES Knoxvllle - Galesburc - Knox County DALE H BRAGG. BROKER KNOXVILLE BY OWNER. 5-room modern home. Perfect condition inside and out. Garage. Large lot. Good location. $12.000._ Plume 2422-9. IN KNOXVILLE. Recently repatred 3 room house with 5 acres, modern conveniences. Call 95-2779. A. J. CLINE REALTY CO. Realtors FARM AND CITY PROPERTY A. J Cline A^E Mcatherlngh»m S.E. Lovely 5 room bungalow. Carpeting and drapes in living and dining room. Painted plaster walls. Modern kitchen. Tile bath. Full deep basement, furnished for recreation. Stoker heat. Double garage. Landscaped lot. $12,750. Corbin Realty, 7103-9 Delia Harrison. Sales. _ BUNGALOW. 5 rooms, modern kitchen nnd bath. Floored heated attic could be finished for extra bedroom. Stoker heat. Wired for electric stove. Double garage. Nice Urge lot, fruit trees. 2466 N. Broad. Phone 6338-4. FOR SALE 12-Apt. Bldg. with 9 garages and cottage. See DR. ADA CHAPMAN 641 N. Kellogg Ph. 1541-6 3-BEDROOM brick home. 809 Florence Ave. Gas heat. Insulated, garage. $17,000. 6194-4 after 5 p.m. for appointment. ABINGDON — Solid brick bungalow. Large living room, fireplace, den, dining room, two large bedrooms, modern kitchen, and bath, enclosed back porch, deep basement, automatic water heater, attic fully floored, Insulated, hot water heating system. Double garage. Large lot. Asking price now only $13,500. Must be seen to be appreciated. 305 Western St., Abingdon. Phone 2103. 2.40 ACRE FARM 185 acres plowland, 8/3 prairie soil. Buildings all freshly painted. Farm good enough to loan almost half for 20 years. $45,000. BOB FOSTER 219 Hill Arcade • Phone 8-1548 $975 DOWN BUYS 2-story 7-room frame. $7,000. Income or family home. 4 down. Immediate possession. 3-room apt., bath up. New oil furnace. Conveniently located. RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 FLORENCE AVE. 6-room home. Worth considering. 4 large rooms, hardwood floors, bath down, 2 rooms up. Cement basement, hot water heat. Garage. Possession. $5,750. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR YOUR FAMILY will enjoy this 3-bedroom home near Stone School. 24x14 living room, dining room, large modern kitchen, oak floors. Attractively decorated. Basement. Garage. New roof. Storms, screens. Insulated. Low taxes. $10,000. 8-1551. 7513-6. Real Estate Wanted—25 FARM—160 to 240 acres near Galesburg. Good top grade land. Deal with owner direct only. Write Box 614. c/o Register-Mall. 42 YOU CAN still borrow a flash camera . . j any time free for easy flash pictures Auto-i o( children, family or pets . . . Just I point, press and pray. You'll get good I pictures every time. Midwest Photo I Service. 158 N,_Broad. Phone 6474-6, [FALL COLORS AHEAD! Get ^,'our . .— | ('(jlor film now. Kodachrome. Koda- GUrTARS—New and used. $7.50, $10,: color, Ansco Color. Illinois Camera $12.50 and up. Gumbiner's, 65 S.; Shop. 84 S. Prairie. Seminary. L~ /~.,TTirz : — =—— iRECEIVED nice assortment of heavv weight gabardine pants. 5 newest olors. Side seams hand stitched, 'oil can save $2. Buv now at $5.95. Bell Tailors. 54 S. Seminary. LUKES 45 S. Prairie McFall Monumentj v City Limits W. Main - Galesburg| |CEDAR CHEST, gas stove, rcfrigera- ; tor and floor lamp. Few other arti- FALL BULBS IMPORTED FROM HOLLAND ! cles. Phone 3522-4. CROCUS, mixed colors 50 for $1.69 REFRIGERATOR, 8 cu. ft., also elec- HYACINTHS. i trie nut machine. Phone 6255-8 or mixed colors ..30 for 51 09: 2633-0 25 for $2.40j —— DARWIN TULIPS, mixed colors 25 for $129' 50 for $2 49! Assorted—Your choice of colors DARWIN and PARROTT ! TULIPS 25 for $1.451 50 for $2.89 GENERAL ELECTRIC Washing Machine Special of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26, the Southeast Quarter of! the Northwest Quarter of Section 26, the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 26; Section 35 except the North Half of the Northwest Quarter thereof; In Chestnut Township, Knox Coun- tv, Illinois: All of Sections 1, 2, 12, and 13. PRECINCT NO. 1 Embracing the Area within the Limits of the Village of Maquon, Knox County. Illinois. POLLING PLACE: The Town Hall, in Maquon, Knox County, Illinois. PRECINCT NO. 2 Embracing all the above described territory which lies Outside the Limits of the Village of Maquon, Knox County, Illinois. POLLING PLACE: Hill Top Community Club (formerly Suigart School) located one and one-half miles north of Maquon. Knox County, Illinois. GEO. A. LARSON County Clerk of Knox County, Illinois. OFFICIAL BALLOT (Notice to Voters: Place a cross • in the square to the right of the proposition indicating the way you desire to vote.) $30.79 Montgomery Ward & Co. FARM STORE 47 N. Kellogg Phone 4M Repli ace Broken Glass in STORM SASH NOW Phone 4216 for Free Pick-up & Delivery ONE DAY SERVICE Galesburg Glass Co. Broad & Ferris Phoiir 421(1 Mulberry Hobby Shop All Craft Master Subjects Available to Paint 881 Mulberry Phone 2ii33-0 64 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. S. Cherry St. Phone 718.)-!) WANTED — Bungalows. 3-bedroom homes, »pts., any price. Anxious buyers waiting. A. U. Johnson Realty. Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales 453 Jefferson. 4575. LARGE "FAMILY HOME with large yard. Gas heat preferred but not necessary. Will pay $1,500 down, balance on contract. In Galesburg or withln_ 5 miles. Phone J403-8. LISTINGS WANTED: Have prospec tive buyers lor 2, 3 arid 4 bedroom homes. For prompt attention call: WM. E . YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondl Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-9 Miscellaneous—26 USED CARPET—100 sq. yards. Green and rose. All wool twist. Phone Mia-6. SEE Betty Crocker's NEW GENERAL MILLS MIXER WITH A TIMER $43.95 Also Other G. M. Appliances LAWSON ELECTRIC CO. 62 S. Seminary Phone 7166-6 IVIES, PH1LODENDRON, ivy geraniums, begonias, oriental poppies, ins. in: • • • Reg. Price $149.95 Now $118.88 and your old washer BLACK BROS. Main & Seminary Ph. 4822 A New Discovery Battery Guaranteed 5 Years 160 Months) New Hurricane Battery 57 and 63 Plates Plastic Separators $19.95 GAMBLES 420 E. Main . Phone 4511 FOX TERRIER puppies, 3. six weeks old. Nice pets for children. 1U9 Aliens Ave. CANARIES Phone 95-5243. BREAKFAST SET, $10; Magic Chet Stove, $25: Philco refrigerator; kitchen cabinet, $5: dining room suite, $20; large wardrobe, $15; chest oi drawers, $3 up; dresser, $6: radio, *5; washing machine; beds $5 up; davenport and chair, $20; kitchen table, $2: odd chairs, $1: 9x12 rug. $5; comblnaUon china cabinet and desk. $7.50; sewing machine. $10; round table: small tables; corner FOR Maquon j Community Fire j Protection District ! AGAINST Maquon Community Fire Protection District STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) ss. September 23rd. 1953 WM. K. RICHARDSON Clerk of the Circuit Court of Knox County, Illinois. (OFFICIAL SEAL) 9/26; 10/3-10 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the County Superintendent of Highways until 10:00 o'clock A.M., October 13, 1953, for furnishing materials required in the construction of the following: Gravel or Crushed Stone Surface Course, Type "B", Furnish and Spread on Road. Surface Township Section Course Chestnut 101 TR 1854 Cu. Yds. Elba 101 TR 1950 Cu. Yds. Elba 102 TR 819 Cu. Yds. Haw Creek 101 TR 1674 Cu. Yds. Where the Municipal Dollar comes from: Taxes .. 5 .29 Motor fuel taxes .10 Water 36 Misc. -25 Total $1.00 Indian Point 101 TR 1643 Cu.Yd.s Knox 101 TR 1654 Cu. Yds. Salem 101 TR 782 Cu. Yds. Salem 102 TR 1206 Cu. Yds. Truro 101 TR 782 Cu. Yds. Truro 102 TR 897 Cu. Yds. Victoria 101 TR 1602 Cu. Yds. Victoria 102 TR 1092 Cu. Yds. County Wide Pipe Culvert, Type "l, (C.M.P.), Delivered to Road Site 12" 15'" 18" 1212 L.F. 212 L.F. 20 L.F. 24" 30" 70 L.F. 54 L.F. Gravel or Crushed Stone Surface Course, Type "B", F.O.B. Plant Site, Pit or Quarry Surface Township Section Course Orange ^101 TR 2497 Cu. Yds. and at that time publicly opened and read. Proposals .shall be submitted on COUNTY OF KNOX ) I, Geo. A. Larson, County Clerk, do herebv certify that the above ballot is a true copy of the officialjforms furnished by the County ballot upon the question of the,which may be obtained at the Of- Where the Municipal Dollar goes: Streets & Alleys .23 Street Lights -04 Salaries -02 Waterworks Bonds .18 Water Dept. 37 Legal Fees — -01 Bonds & Int. „ 08 Gen'l & Misc. -07 organizing and establishing the Maquon Community Fire Protection District to be held in the proposed Fire Protection District to be voted at a special election Tuesday, October 13, 1953. Given under my hand and official seal this 9th day of October, 1953. GEO. A. LARSON, County Clerk of Knox County, Illinois. (SEAL) 9/10-lt NOTICE J . The Village of Victoria will ac- ?=KI . r , ds ' s,udio touch. $15; library < „, u;^ r.,- rernov l n p anr i rp table, $4: rocker, $2 50: ironing board, . . . re,] V n)n K ana r e- W .50; new 24" table lamp, $2.95; shot placing broken sidewalks. Ap- flANrvs* f? l8C - i l £S?«?i^ v s p,NET !pn)ximately 1500 sq. ft., 4 inches frX S >£. 0 t ^e NT ^ed tt'thick. Reserve right to reject any 2047 Grand Ave. Hours 10 a.m. to!or all bids. Bids to be in office of Village Clerk by October 15th at noon. GERTRUDE P. SAYRE, Village Clerk. 10/10-12-13 6 P.m. Block & Kuril 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 JI.C.A. and G.E. Television Dealer Japanese peonies, bay lilies, double peonies, strawberry and raspberry I pliinls, fruit trees, |ilanl food, pot Ung soil, vermiculate. Wade Green house, 1421 Jefferson St NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7 1953, is the claim date in the estate of JESSIE FINDAHL, 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. HARRY FINDAHL and HELEN B. WINDOM, Executors . In past centuries, sailors cro.s.v ing the Indian Ocean gave the ,..,. I ail „hiin and Mci,auehlin Andamans a wide berth because MtLaufchlin and McLaugniin, HIDE-A-BED. Simmons. Used only 4 wand aborigines tortured and| Al • 10/IQ.17-24 month*. c#ii 6838-8 or 0345-2. {Massacred shipwreck victims. lu/iu -n** fice of County Superintendent of Highways, and shall be enclosed in an envelope endorsed "Material Proposal, Township, Section " The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. Proposal guarantee will be required. A surety bond for the full amount of the award will not be required. By Order of Knox County Board of Supervisors, October 1, 1953. G. W. HENDERSON, Co. Sup't of Hwys. 10/3-10-2t NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of ALBERT D. JOHNSON, Deceased, pending in the County;; our n"in 0 six l 'weeks'for' Court of Knox County, Illinois and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons IONE JOHNSON, Administrator. Marjorie L. Schneider and Burrel Barash, Attorneys Total S1.00 Total receipts for the year were $19,073.83 and total disbursements were $17,055.45. Plan Antique Show At Prairie City PRAIRIE CITY — An Antique Show is being planned for the Wednesday, Oct. 14, meeting of the Prairie City Household Science Club. Mrs. Grace Cheek and Mrs. Edith Underwood will be in charge of the show and all members are to bring antiques. Roli call will be answered with "A Family Heirloom." Mrs. Mary Johnston will provide the recreation. Hostesses' are Opal Hubble, Betty Fayhee and Charlotte Hornbaker. The Friendly Class will meet at the church on Oct. 15. The hostesses will be Elizabeth Chambers, Madelyn" Childers and Beatrice Freburg. The Prairie City Woman's Club met with Mrs. B. A. Spurgeon on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lillian Zimkoskee, formerly of Cody, Wyo., but who is spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. Perle Fisher, was the guest speaker, and her interesting talk on Cody and pictures shown were enjoyed by the members. A lengthy business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. E. L. Capps. The Silent Eight Club was entertained with a dinner in the home of Miss Lucia Turpin Wednesday. The afternoon was spent with visiting and needlework for the hostess. The Depend-On-Us Class met on Wednesday afternoon in Bushnel! with Mrs. Dale Reining with a good attendance. Little Margaret Smith is now home from the Cottage Hospital where she has had two operations during the past few months. She is doing splendidly but will re- a further checkup. Mrs. Lillian McMahill of Biggsville has been a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Orwig the past week. Mrs. Bernice Emory has returned home from Florida, arriving in Chicago on Sunday where she wai met by Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Em- 10/3-10-17 lory. The Warren Billings family recently moved to the Forrest Serven farm on the county line road. Among the colorful range-land names in New Mexico are Corral, Cinlf/.n U^..n..l. n /-'..II..— If „ Gets Vacation on Each Half Century PLEVNA, Kan. yi— Hinshaw's general store closed its doors re- _ cently for the first time in 50lstetson, Broncho, Galfup, TlorVe years. I Springs, Mule Creek, Pwto and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hinshaw de-jR 0 deo. cided to take a three-day vacation: — trip. They've managed the store! Theoretically, .2.2 pounds of 35 years. Hinshaw's parents bought;uranium have the exploitive power it a half century ago. iof 40 million, pound* oj TNT.

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