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t t The -Mail. Galesburg, 111. Thursday. October 1053 ft«t1 fttite for k A . ^ . ^ .COMPLETELY PRIVATE, Til* bath, M ^s/irlrMA/c I r r% kitchenette. 2 newly furnished mod- meUUOWS Vw-Oai V-AJ.i ern rooms for couple to enjoy, cell 05-2302. Ice and hew 2 Urge bedroom brick bungalow. Long liv in* room, tile ba very modern LUM1" COAL EGG STOKER SLEEPING ROOMS. Prompt Service Phone Knoxville 5515 Collect HARDENS FEED STORE For the Rreatcst grow on Enrth Critic Super Bnbv Pi* Starter tit, 150, Henderson Corners, Ph. 8033-2 BALBO RYE — Pawnee wheat. $3.05 bu. High Germ. Berry Seed Co., 1153 Grand Ave, 8-1500. Lime Where Needed Will Pay 80% Per Year for 10 years on your Investment. FRED CLINE Single and dou ble. Innersprlng mattresses. Corf tinuoua hot water. Near bath. Stoker hent. Gentlemen only. 1080 N. Prairie, kitchen, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Lovely basement, oil heal. Double garage. »A. XL Johnson Realty. Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales. 453 Jefferson. 4373. Heal Estate WantM—M t •: i . J YEAR AROUND COTTAGE at L*Ke Bracken. Write Box 641, e/O Be« fstcr-Mflll. 1 + ^•ta^^jtl ****** SLEEPING ROOMS, large closets, rot 1 or 2 girls. Private, privileges. 104 N. Prairie. 2782-8. SLEEPING ROOM — On first floor, suitable for 2 employed ladles or gentlemen. Private bath. No drinking. Call evenings. 655 E. Main. Phone 3790-9. NORTHWEST LOCATION. B-room bungalow, newly decorafed inside and out, new roof, gas heat, innu- lated, stairway to attic, decorated full basement; garage, overhead door. Lovely yard. Low tafces. Will sell G.t. Phone 6126-7. BUNGALOW, 4 room** or more, or house with 4 rooms first floor. Cash, no agent. Reasonably priced. Box 642. c/o Register-Mail, 4-ROOM modern house and garage, on contract. Can give references. Box 632, c/o Register-Mail. GALE REFRIGERATOR, cheap; counter, 16 ft. Jong, good shape. Wanted to Buv: Good used lumber. Inquire 8400 Grand Ave. Mf*cdlaneotift-~26 For HOME RESALE SHOP 771 E. Knox St. Phone -2 Rent—*23 3-ROOM furnished or partly furnished apt. wanted by young working couple. Close to town. No pets. 581.8. GOOD INVESTMENT W. MAIN. 2 apts, 3 large rooms, hath down, 4 rooms, bath up. Separate entrances. Excellent condition throughout. Comm. zoned. Always rented. Priced right. $11,500, RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6076-6 Call Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 A f J *jfa-f Phone 3 Abingdon, Til. LUMP COAL-Galesburg and vicinity $7.50 per Ion delivered. Write or call collect. Cralgrniles Coal Mine. R.R.. Fairvlew. III. Poultry tod Supplies—19 SPRING FRIES-$1.00. 1 mile north Earl . School on Abingdon-DeLong road. Va mile east. Mrs. D. Nelson. USINESS MAN and wife desire 3 to 3 room furnished or unfurnished apt. or house. Phone 2290-4. -+ i TI m r '* Galesburg Real Estate Ag'cy 437 Bank of Galesburg Bldfi. •*,n+rl ItAtvi.r a f/irmof nrnniiflw num. _ . . *<E Arm yard. Being a former property own er, would respect your property. Phone 3051-4. - -r -m- b - —'<hfti-*l^ Fit + ^ -.->-%- — GET YOUR DAILY PROTEIN. Be sure the whole family eats an egjr every day. call 3132-8. Galesburg FRYERS, white, 4 to 5 lbs., 30c""lb. Mrs. Philip Anderson, Maquon, 111 or 4 miles southeast oj_GHson. COMPLETE LINE of Uy |nV *HouM equipment, Remedies antf NUTRENA FEEDS. Try Aurc<rmycln for Blue Com b. G A LESBVRG 1IA TCUER Y Phone 5950-6 755 W. Main St. FARMER'S MARKET i WESTERN ILLINOIS TOP MARKET for Poultry — Eggs — Cream WANTED to rent or buy—6 or 6 room house in Galesburg by November I5th. Reliable couple, no children. Write to Robert Whipkey, P.O. Box 481, Potsdam, N.Y. 4-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, t bedrooms. On contract. Have permanent work, Can give good references. Write Box 627, C/o Register-Mail^ WANTED LISTINGS, Have good proi- pccilve buyer's for both brick ana frame duplexes. Well located, north side. Mullen Real Estate, 419 Bond! Bldg. Phone 4480, . ... LISTINGS WANTED: Have Prospective buyers for 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, For prompt attention call: WM. E . YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondi Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1031- Miscellaneous—26 175 E. Waters Phone 2244-2 KLIEN Roll-Away Nests keeps eggs clean. GERALD WEAVER HATCHERY, William! 111. Livestock—20 POLAND CHINA BOARS. Medium type, excellent for croSHbreedtng. Guaranteed, tested. Priced to sell. James Litchfield, 312 Galesburg Road. Knoxvtllc. 95-3680. REGISTERED Yorkshire boars that will lengthen those pigs from your present sows. W. A. Hoyden, 4 miles FOR SALE A home and approximately six acres oi all tillable black soil, in a nearby community with excellent schools. The house can be used as two units. A real bargain at $0,500. A. J. CLINE A. J. (."line REALTY CO — 4604 A. E. Meatherlngham RAY SIMMONS AGENCY 3-Bed. Bung, 32x16 breezeway. Garbage disposal. Carpeted living room. Large 1-car garage. Insulated. Combination storms. Very nice. Lombard district. 0-lim. Brick. About \\j A. land on hard road. Ilwd. floors. Close in. 2-Bcd. Ranch Type. Stone School. Gas heat. Attached garage, Hwd. iloors. Very nice. 4 & Bath. Breezeway. Garage. Stok. ur heat. Quick possession. 10 A. Near Knoxville. 5-nn. modern home. New barn. Very good location. _ 7-Hrn. l'/a bath. Stoker heat. N.E. Will contract. $6,500. 41G Hill Arcade Phone 8-1422, 5022-9 Art Jacobson 0487-2 Bill Davis 1004-2 old. 3 bedrooms. - $15,000 N. CHERRY—Nice Bungalow -.$12,000 S.W.—3-bedroom home $ 5,500 MODERN HOME — 1 Acre, 5 mi. North. -* 6,500 13 ACRES—Close to Knoxville $ 8,500 JOHN POGUE, REALTOR Ralph Pogue John Leahigh 6250-6 1689-7 FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR YOU'LL NEVER REGRET buylrtj? this substantially built 5-room frame bungalow, near Stone school. Basement. New forced air heat. Plaster walls. Nicely decorated. Garage. Lot 66X200. Heat $80. Taxes $71.08. $8,000. Hill Arcade. 8-1551, 7513-6. When you want to TRADE, BUY, OR SELL real estate CALL— HARRISON AGENCY, REALTORS 4548. 411 Bank of Galesburg Bldg. 4-ROOM BUNGALOW. N.W. Weil decorated, otl heat, modern kitchen, new double garage. $9,250. Wayne Goodaie Realty Co. 7824-6 or 2960-9, or Mrs. Alters 5440-0. BEDROOM utility type bungalow. 2'/ 2 years old. Near new school. Nice lot. S, E. Could finance to re USED OIL HEATERS $20 and up Large Selection. BROWN LYNCH SCOTT 244 E. Main ___ j _Ph?. in JLJ ?i?5? BEAGLE HOUND—6-month.old female. Reasonably pri^d^G^Indiana^Ave. HOLLYWOOD double bed, complete; while Storkllne crib, complete, dou- blc drop sides. Phone8^1521. WINDOW COVERINGS PROTECT YOUR HOME AND OUTBUILDINGS WITH WARD'S PLASTIC WINDOW COVERINGS. SKELGAS The Supieme TJottle Gas, See LUKE'S 4$ 8 P/airle MUREEN HARDWARE CO. Complete line Chl-Namel paints. 42 N. Prairie. Phone 7112-6. GUITARS—Nev/ and used. $7.50, $10,, „ $12.50 and up. Gumbiner's, 65 s. Main & Seminary Seminary. ' GENERAL ELECTRIC Washing Machine Special Reg. Price $149.95 Now $118.88 and your old washer BLACK BROS. Israeli Raiders Slay 32 in Jordan Natives Claim 9 Ph. 4822 RED CHROME extension table and 4| A chairs, slightly used. Bargain. BlaCki /A fur coat, size 14, 510. Coat, atilta.' *lze 14. Cheap. 942 Jefferson after 5 p.m. Lighting Fixtures Big discount all this week. HIGGINS ELECTRIC SHOP 1065 E. Main Phone 6R3S-6 _ _ Open till 5 p.m. FLASH your own pictures with one ot'- Aon v Main our easy tn use camera*. Rlrthdaya, ^£L~- 1V)d,n New Discovery Battery Guaran!ecd»5 Yeart f60 Months) New Hurricane Battery 57 and 63 Plates Plastic Separators $19.95 GAMBLES # . Phone 4511 anniversaries, family get - togethers; are perfect occasions. Midwest Photo' Service, 158 N. Broad 6474-6. St. Phone Dopp Harclwa JERUSALEM (UP) — Israeli troops ''invaded" Jordan Wednesday night and killed 32 persons in the village of Qibyah, 20 miles northwest of here, Jordanian sources said today. Two others were wounded in a six-hour Israeli attack with mortars, machine guns, rifles and explosives on the villages of Qib- jyah, Shukbah and Badras, the sources said. Thirty-eight houses and one police car were destroyed and 22 cows killed, the reports added. Jordan*s cabinet met in emergency session Thursday to discuss possible retaliatory action, while Jordan military observers toured the attack area. Union Electric Time Running Out on 4 * Rent and Try Before You Buy THAT Band or String Instrument Piano, organ rentals — lessons at BENEDICT MUSIC CO. 64 So. Cherry i ! PARKERETTE LAWN SWEEPER 331 E. Main „Pho«_4883 Corbin's Auction House 639 S .Cedar Phone 8-1 Will Buy, Sell, Trade or Auction Furniture. Tools, Antiques Open 8:30 till 5:30 Always Cgll ft-1433 for Your Auction! Place-O-Giass, per ft, „ .12 iMv-c w. ~. - ,Std. Viophnne, per ft. .15i , sponsible party. See anytime. Phone Supreme Vlophane, per ft. 20| f I 714fl-7. 2fT Scrccnglass, per ft. 271 I G.~W7 PARKINS, REALTOR 48 " Scr -"« iass - » er 45 NEW SHIPMENT of gabardine trench coals. Crease resistant, durable, water repellent, silk lined. Most popular com. Special $19.95. Bell Tailors, 54 S. Seminary. _ FALL COLORS AHEAD! Gel your color film now. Kodachrome, Koda- color, Ansco Color, Illinois Camera Shop, 84 S. Prairie. Sal PROOF AGAIN Proof Aga REYBURN f City Properties—Sales—Phone 8-12H8 Dora E. Clary Phone 39fi5-7 » • lr 4 E. of Maqiton. 9 HEAD QUALITY Uercfords, weigh 700 lbs., 18c lb. Sell to anyone with home locker also. 1752 Grand Ave. BOARS—Purebrcd Hampshire. Blood tested. Farmers prices. C. R v Emery and Son, Prairie City, 111. HAMPSHIRE BOARS—These boars are from a clean herd and Rood. Capron & Nelson, 2la miles south of Kirkwood. BLOCK — DUROC — BOARS 5 ml, east of GllPon. J. W. Block & Son, Maquon, 111. DUROC BOARS — Pure bred and registered Large and dark red. Reasonable prices. Gerald Anderson, 4 ini. N, E. of Gilson, III. BUCKS. 2 full blood Shropshire. Reagor, Alexis, 111. George RAMS Registered Corrfedalc. R. S. Bnchcr, Elm wood. Phone 293. BULLS — Purebred Polled Shorthorn, serviceable age. Tanner's prices. Also good calves suitable for dub prolects. G. W. Symonds. 1 mile north of Victoria. III. MULLEN REAL ESTATE 411) Bond! Bld«. N.E.—3-bdr. brick, close in, good decorations, gas lieat, garage, $li >,5oo, N.E.— 3-bdr. brick bungalow, large living rm., modern kitchen, cement babemcnt, gai, iic»t, garage, po.sscs&ion, EAS'J'- 4-apl„ close in, on bus, hot.air stfjker, ciean property witli good income. N.E.—New 3-bdr. bungalow, basement. gas heat, very attractive. Possession on settlement. Will G.I. $12,&00. BUILDING LOT—1400 block Willard St., good location. KNOX CO.—18fl A., L. & G. farm near Hermon. garage, barn, 2 corncribs, new machine shed, 2 wells, good fences, mostly prairlc-type soil and very productive. WM. V. MULLEN, REALTOR Phone 44ft0 Res. 8-1241 Lowell Buck. Avon, III, Ph. 79 FAMILY HOME, well located. Can be financed on contract to responsible party. $8500. For further information CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR Phone 6fi78-6 _ „ n °£ n 2-?'—?? rr ? ,dfi ' 25 ACRES, well Improved. Second road north Cozy Inn. l\' 3 mi)es west. \' 2 mile north. Carter Purl, Route 1. Rio. $10.BO0 rlttTAic'BROWN AVE. 4 room white frame qui i utility bungalow. Nearly new. Ttfe bath, shower. Living room, 1 bed* room carpeted. Built in kitchen. Plastered walls. Newly decorated- New garage. _ RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S, Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves' Bernard Reavy 04B4-2 Eve S. 1330-5 „ ___ $5750 fl-rmV 'semi-modern home,)LOMBARD ST. 5 room white frame. Long living room, bedroom, kitchen down. 2 bedrooms up. Cement basement. Good furnace. Stool. Garage. RALPH DAVES. INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 Montgomery Ward Farm Store SAVES YOU MONEY Gibson 11-ft. Upright Freezer. $389.95 value. $2B9.D5i Used Singer Sewing Machines; Electric Consoles from $79 .50jGibaon n-ft. upright Freezer. * Electric Portables from $59.50* * 549 - 95 value - $439 - 93 47 N. Kellogg Phone 4960 FOR SALE 12-Apt. Bldg. with 9 garages and cottagq. See 641 N. Kellogg CHAPMAN Ph. 1541-6 'ANTED: 200 to 300 head feeder pigs. Call collect. LaVerne Estes, Canton, III. Phone 2057-W. POLLED HEREFORD COWS, 6, registered, with calves. Three choice polled bulls. 17 months old. Two open heifers. All calfhood vaccinated. Chester A. Brookfi. Stronghurst, 111. IOARS—Registered Hampshires. New blood linen, double treated, Bangs free. Also. Polled Shorthorn bulls. Stegall Farms. Victoria. 1 PUREBRED Poland China spring boars, good type and breeding. Also some purebred Shorthorn club calves. John Laughead, Alexis, 111., R.R. 1. __ BOARS—17 purebred Chester Whites. Several sired by son of 1953 grand champion boar of Illinois. Darrel ?*TcMeen, 2 miles south of Gllaon Corners on Route 8. and 2 west. BOARS-Regtstered Hampshire*. Long and rugged. Some weigh up to 300 lbs. Dtseaso free. Claire Pottorf. Rio. 111. POLAND CHINA BOARS. Outstanding meat types. Farm on Rt. 9. 3',& miles NX. Bushnell. .Beatty_jiros. REGISTERED Hampshire boar* We have an extra good offering. They are long and heavy bodied. Clarence Talbott, 3 miles east Stronghurst. ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Proven Bulls Six Breeds HORNBAKER ANIMAL HOSPITAL Phone 8-1543 FARMS The following farms can be purchased on- contract; 160 acres seeded with Improved grass. About half of this tract of land can be farmed. Plenty ot water and good fences. The right people can buy this tract with a down payment as low as $4,000, balance carried back at 4Va% interest. Price $20,000. 180 acres with house, barn, cattle shed, double corn crib, 80'^ tillable and on paved highway. A down pay-, ment of $5,000 will give possession of this farm wltn balance carried back at W/o interest. Price $1^000. 228 acres, no buildings. 90 a»res highly productive farm land, balance pasture. Owner wants $4,000 down, balance carried back on contract bearing 4% interest. Price $30,000. THE HARRY C. LISTER AGENCY Realtors Monmouth, Illinois ROOM HOUSE. 4 bedrooms, or 2 bedrooms and 2-room apt. Near Weston School, bus, and town. Call 5816-9. BOARS—30 registered Spotted Poland China boars. 6 ml. east, 1 mi. south, and Ui mi. east of Galva. E. G. Dustin & Sons, Galva. BOARS. GILTS, RAMS. Well grown, medium type boars, tested, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders, priced to sell. Durocs, Berkshlres, Poland Chinas, Chester Whites and Hamp­ shires are available. We are offering Suffolk and Hampshire ramn ready for service. Knoxville F.F.A. Chapter. Inquire at Knoxville High School. Phone 95-3368 or 95-3686. Wanted to Buy— 1\ GOOD r -.„ M train, also Ice cream freezer, gallon size or over. Boy's bicycle wanted. WrUe_Box^3JLc/oj^l^^^ SHOTGUNS WANTED. Spot cash for used shotguns. Buying anything, any condition except bolt action. Also buying revolvers, old or new. Gil Hebard Guns, Knoxville. 05-3473, For Hent—28 TO ADULTS — % modern furnished housekeeping rooms. Close in. North side. Cell 5563-9. 3-ROOM upper unfurnished apt. Utilities furnished. Share bath. Southwest location. Phone 6893-3 after 4:30 p.m. \_ BASEMENT store room, good location, near Main Street, reasonable. Suitable for following kinds of business: Barber, tailor, shoe repair, lock and key, newspapers or nraga. *ines, watch repairing, insurance or real estate office, collection agency, radio and $7,000 FARNHAM SCHOOL. 5-room home. 2 bedrooms, bath up. Cement basement, gas heat. Good condition throughout. Screens, storms. Garage. Low taxes. Make reasonable offer. RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484.2 Eves, 1330-5 809 FLORENCE AVE. 3 bedroom brick, gas heat, drapes, carpet, mirrors. TV antenna, garage, $17,000. Phone 6104-4. Why Save .Rent Receipts? SAVE MONEY THROUGH HOME OWNERSHIP! BUNGALOWS 4 Rm. 2 bed. Mod. bath. Bsmt. Furnace. $6850 5 Rm. 2 bed. Bath. Bsmt. Furnace. N.W. Garage. $7500 5 Rm. 2 bed. Bath. Hdwd. firs. Bsmt. Aut, oil heat. Garage. N. location - $7500 6 Rm. 3 bed. Hdwd. firs. Bath. Bsmt. Stoker heat. Dbl. garage. NW location. — _ v __..$8000 5 Rm. Brick. 2 bed. Mod. bath, gas heat. Garage. _$10,500 LITTLE HOUSE. BIG HOUSE. LOW PRICE OR HIGH, SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! STEPHENS. BROKER 119 N. Seminary Mary Stephens K. Stanners 8-1256 3640-5 H Qulmby Wm. Underwood 8-1223 324A-2 FRED BURGLAND. REALTOR NORTHEAST. 4-room bungalow. 3 years old. Youngstown steel kitchen. Utility room. Oil heat. Insulated. $7,000. $1,839 down. $48 monthly. 216 Hill Arcade. 8-1551, 7513-6. ^ BOB FOSTER Farm Treadles from $19.95 Singer Ay and All Typei of Financing clt «. 219 Hill Arcane Phone 8-1548 FLOYD W.SARGEANT H. A. YELTON Realtors. 125 S. Cherry. 4145. Buy nowl Avoid apt. or house hunting wj?rrles in winter 5-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW Long living room. Newly decorated. Hardwood floors. Butlt-tn cupboards. Stairway to attic. Sun porch. Storms and screens. Stoker. Garage. Choice north location. Shown by appoint FRED A. JOHNSON, BROKER 657 N. Kellogg St. Phone 2602-5 Mrs. Seibert, Sales. Phone 3708-9 A. J. CLINE REALTY CO. Realtors FARM AND CITY PROPERTY A. J. Cline A. E. Meatheringham COACH—3 large rooms, well finished. Gas and electricity. Also 60 fine chickens. Phone 7078-9. > NOTICE If you want to sell your home call us. We have buyers for all types and kinds ol property. RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-3 Eves. 1330-5 NEW 4-BEDROOM RANCH TYPE BUNGALOW. Good south location. 2 bathrooms. Long living room. Crosley kitchen. Automatic washer and dryer. Winkler gas furnace. Double garage. Full lot. Owner was transferred before home was finished. Take over F.H.A, loan. $3,700 per month. $14,5' Don't Buy Until You Have Seen Our Used Appliance Bargains GALESBURG GAS SALES E. C. Ringlien, Owner 425 E. Main Phone 2211-6 Convert Now to Gas TIMKEN CONVERSION ^BURNERS Designed to Fit All Furnaces and Boilers. Terms to Fit Your Budget. Phone for Free Estimates. SPANGLER'S 433 E. Ma in Phone 8 : j 318 REFRIGERATOR. Good, used. Can deliver to home. 1062 Grand Ave. PUMP ORGAN—Old fashioned, in ex- 'cellent condition. $35. Call Mack, 2579-6. RANGE—Coal and wood, with reservoir. Very good, good baker and warming oven. Reasonably priced. Call 7080.8 after_3:3^p.m. LOUNGE CHAIR. $10; davenport, $20; both for $25 if taken together, '978 N * Jefferson. Phone 3964^8. BATHTUB on legs, and lavatory; fixtures included. $25. 2 French doors, ..S STOVE—Apt. size, excellent condition, $75; roll-away bed, $20. Inquire Labor Temple Club, 52 N. Prairie. Center 220 E. Main SEE Bettv Crocker's 4- NEW GENERAL MILLS MIXER WITH A TIMER $43.95 ALSO OTHER G.M. APPLIANCES LAWSON ELECTRIC CO. ;62 S. Seminary Phone 7166-6 Mulberry Hobby Shop All Craft Master Subjects Available Liquid Tri-Chem Paint 881 Mulberry Phone 2633-0 Ward Week 1053 2l-ln. DuMont Deluxe Con sole TV $425. Gibson Electric Range. Reg. $435.&5. Sale $360.95 Is Granted Rate Increase SPRINGFIELD (UP)—The nii- noi.s Commerce Commission today granted Union Electric Power Co, an $856,000 a year rale increase. The order becomes effective in 10 days. It applies to the company's 57,000 electricity customers in Adams, Hancock, Henderson, Jersey, Macoupin, Madison and St. Clair counties. Union Electric originally sought a rate hike of $1,117,000, or 8.6 per cent. Later it reduced its re- auest to $856,000. or 6.9 oer cent. The cities of East St. Louis and Alton and several industrial groups withdrew their objections after the Sale"" * " - $349.95'company cut down its request. ' The ICC said the $856,000 rate increase actually will boost income $380,000 after taxes. It will Gibson Electric Range. Reg, igjve the company a net Illinois $309.95. Sale $269 .95 j income of $2/794,480, or a 4.58 per Why Walt? Buy What You Need Today. YOU'LL SAVE MONEY Use Re.vburn's Eas.v Payment Plan Reyburn Hdwe cent return on company value. ;319 E. Main NEW 20 in. TV; Good used gas range; jcago. Oquawka OQUAWKA — Mrs. Franklin Brokaw spent Sunday and Monday with her husband, Franklin Brokaw, who is stationed with the Coast Guard at Michigan City. Phone a-1560 They also spent some time in Chi- Baby buggy; Refrigerator; Washer; Radio; Living room suite; Miscellaneous furniture, Phone 2311-8. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Miss Teresa Hall, who is a student at Western Illinois State Col-' lege in Macomb, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John "Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Werts of Sp Notice is hereby given to all. persons that Monday, DecemberjAlonmouth and Miss Georgia Werts, who is a student at Monmouth College, spent Sunday with the 7, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of WILLIAM ROY, Deceased, pending in the County Lo-LoadSr. WaROn'Court of Knox County, Illinois, By PHIL NEWSOftl VP. Foreign ftMt lEdJtAf Time is developing Into dtte ot the most dangerous elements ot the Korean negotiations. The United States and its United Nation* allies struggle against a shrinking timetable of their own- making and against the Communists to whom time is of no importance. And they struggle against an Impatient, aging Syng- man Rhee to whom time is important because for him it is running o\it. When the Korean truce was signed at Panrnunjom last July 26, attached to it was a carefully worked out schedule providing specific actions to be accomplished within specific time limits. It looks lovely on paper. Translated into calendar dates, it provided: July 27: A cease-fire. Oct. 28: The start of the political conference to settle Korea's future. Dec. 24: The end of the period during which "explainers" would attempt to persuade unwilling prisoners to go home. J an. 23; A decision by the political conference on the final disposition of still unwilling prisoners. Feb. 21: Unwilling prisoners declared to have civilian status and removed to the neutral country of their choice. The dissolution of the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission. Included in the time Uble against which we now race also could be Jan. 26. It is the result of a corollary agreement between the United States and Syngman Rhee that the U.S. would walk out of the political conference if, after 90 days, it became convinced that negotiations were futile. The opening date of the political conference already has been abandoned. The Communists have demanded and the neutral repatriation commission has recommended that the Dec. 24 date for ending talks to prisoners be extended. The period of mounting tempers has seen U.S. Marines move to the fringe of the neutral zone housing some 22,500 anti-Communist and 359 pro-Communist prisoners, with guns pointed both at the Communists and the restless South Koreans. And, as of today, the Reds start their "explanations" to war pris- 72" track, short turn. On Sale for Ward Week Only Reg. Price 155.00 Sale Price .139.88 MONTGOMERY WARD & CO FARM STORE Phone 4960 AS RANGE—Montgomery Ward, lull size, white porcelain, like new; apt. size G.E. refrigerator. Priced low. Call 1942-2. _ N. Kellogg Block Kuhl _ . _ oners 20 days behind schedule in former's and latter's parents, Mr. an atmosphere filled with tension, and Mrs. M. M. Werts. suspicion and ill-will. Miss Susie Voorhees of Strong- When the United States went to hurst spent Sunday with her the rescue of invaded South Korea nephew, John VooThees, and fam-\in the summer of 1950, it entered ily- * (not only a conflict but a world Wendell E. Knox, a member of completely alien. It was an ancient the Coast Guard at the Boston,/world which had learned the. new . words c£ democracy but used nonea on me snip Humboldt, has " been transferred to a station all So, our differences *.rswir^ ^ n n»v f Key West ' Fla * Wendell was one man Rhee, an ardent patriot NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY 0 f three boys selected in the Bos-impatient of democracy's inevit- Notice is hereby given to all)ton district to take a civ_mnnthUM<» wnt QVC and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance oi summons. WILLIAM SELKIRK, Administrator. Burrel Bar ash, Attorney. 10/15-22-29 ITCHEN RANGE—Monarch, combination gas and coal. Good baker. 1494 South Pearl. New Hamilton, General Electric and Maytag Driers. We have many used Refrigerators and Washing Machines, $25 to $90 Block & Kuhl Co. Your R.CA. and G.E. Television Dealer DINING ROOM SUITE — 8-pc solid walnut. Would trade lor or buy a dropleaf table. 1706 Baird Ave. Phone 2407-0. _^^nk_FlejT]ing : PIANO — Schumann upright, with bench, $15; lady's shoes, size 5ii 'to 6 lb- Phone 2348-3. Storm Windows! By Ingersoll Borg-Warner Co. Highest quality Aluminum Combination JERIS HAIR TONIC, reg. 83c. J«rls|«|T.j|. i i Windows-Doors, Save Before hnif . nll r „ 40ff . both for 79c. HedlWllliaillSIieiCl buying, get our prices — see these units. H. J. Wesson Co., 152 W. Main 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. iClyde M. West, Attorney 1303 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. Peoria, 111. 10/8-15-22 St. 1558-6. down, $68 . ... », HENSHAW, REALTOR 2-bedroom bungalow with. U9fl N< K ellogg Phone 4316 MI „* -nrt.m iriinh»n I w Q u \g \ e y, Sales — 6155-2 NORTH — - - - stair to attic, Nice modern kitchen with dining area. Good concrete basement. Large screened patio. | LOMBARD Garage. Nicely arranged home. $11,700. 5-ROOM COTTAGE, Bouth, Close in. Nice large kitchen with plenty of cabinets. Stoker. Irfsulated. This Js a good home for $5,500. HENSHAW, REALTOR 1196 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Qufgley, Sales — 6155-2 DISTRICT. 2-apt. duplex. 6 rooms, bath each. 2 furnaces. Everything separate. Furniture, rugs, refrigerator, gas stove, washing machine goes with 1 apt. Be sure to see this wonderful buy. A. U. John- pUnno d^OO »« n tt«*nr Riu Johnson, ' rnone HDUU 4575. son Realty, Realtor. Sales, 453 Jefferson. Floor Sample Hamilton Electric Dryer Reg. $259.50, Sale $194.50 3RD FLOOR — O. T. JOHNSON CO. USED WASHERS $14.95 up REFRIGERATORS $29.95 up Fully Guaranteed ARLING'S Main at Cherry Cross Drug Store, Main and Seminary. . ISTOVE—Coal and wood range with reservoir. Very good, white enamel, good oven and warming oven. Reasonably priced. 8062-4. To Make the Paint Job Easier Paint Roll 1—ft INCH ROLLER 1—5 INCH WOOL COVER -5 INCH MOHAIR COVER -PAN — ALL FOR 1 1 $1.98 Galesburg Glass Co. Incurs Broken Leg WILLIAMSFIELD — During the- high school football game on Friday, Gerry Weaver was victim of a mishap resulting in a broken left leg- He was taken to Cottage Hospital where the leg was set with pins and encased in a full cast. The break is just above the knee. Gerry was released from the hospital Tuesday evening but it will be several days before he will be able to return to school. road & Ferris Phone 4216 Disabled persons, rehabilitated into employment in 1952, increased their earnings from $16 ( 000,000 to $116,000,000 per year. Estimates indicate these* people will pay back in income taxes with- a slvmonthjable delays, course in Son^r at that place. The So, too, the present mounting boys left Boston Monday to take danger. The United States fights up their new station. Wendell for the rights of« man but grows has been in service for nearly a impatient. The Reds, caring noth- year. He is a son of Henderson ling for human values and regard- County Judge Eari Knox. ing time only in the sense of Clint Welch, Marshall Spears history, believe they caft outwait and Chester Law of the Oquawka us. An explosion could result by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blick of Swedona, attended the funeral of Frank Lasiey at Rock Island Tuesday. The following from the Lutheran Church attended the tea at the Ophiem Lutheran Church Tuesday afternoon: The Rev. and Mrs. Rudolf Nilson, Mrs. Gus Chiiberg, Mrs. Reila Peterson, Mrs. Arthur Benson, Mrs. A. G. Voungberg, Mrs. C A. Swanson, Mrs. Anna Anderson, Mrs. Clifford Swanson, Mrs. E. W. Johnson, Mrs. Donald Hall and Mrs, Ernest C. E. Johnson. Attending the tea from the Presbyterian Church were Mrs, Rachel Thomas, Mrs. Bessie Garrett, Mrs. Hugh Marks, Mrs. T. E. Nelson, Miss Mabel Coleman, Mrs. Harmon Blaine, Mrs. Donald Crawford, Mrs. J. W. Robb, Mrs. Ray Keim and Mrs. D. W. Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johonson visited her brother, Earl McElhinney, at St. Anthony's Hospital, Rock Island, Wednesday. Masonic Lodge are attending Grand Lodge in Chicago this week. Select Nominating Committee for New Windsor Brotherhood NEW WINDSOR —Oliver Leif, Oscar Swanson and John Nelson were appointed nominating committee at the meeting of the Lutheran Brotherhood at the church Tuesday evening. Glenn Setter- dahl, president, Who presided also led the devotions. The program included a group of clarinet selections by Eugene Benson and readings by Mrs. Gus Chilberg. Servers [were E. W. Johnson, Gus and Kenneth Chilberg, Arthur and Eugene Benson and Franklin Stevenson. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Smith and daughter, Harriett, accompanied hy Mrs. Roy Swanson of Viola, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blick accompanied in four years the full $21,000,000 cost to the Federal government of the vocational rehabilitation program. ESTATE 419 Bondl Bldg. 190 ACRES located near Nekoma. 7- 2-Bdrm. Bung., N.W., gas heat. $ 6,8 room house with bath, hay and cattle 2-Bdrm. Bung., N,W.. gas heat. $ 8,500 2-Apt. Income, W. Mam. $ 9,0i _ _ Brown shed. BuHdrngVairTlTsrcUMT 'land 3-Bdrm. Utility". East, F.H.A. $11,500 woven 3-Bdrm., new, N.E., G.I. appr. _*12.S00 wire fences. Phone 1544-6. W. A. 2-Bdrm. Brick Bungalow, N.W, $19,500 barn, extra large double crib, hog house, barn cattle shed on side, tool Thompson Agency, Bk. of Gales. Bldg. P. M. Decker, Woodhull, phone |Ph. 8-1274. Nekoma 5 on 2. Dale Knlss. Salesman Eves. 7918-5, 1931-9 247 ROOMS and kitchenette twrni^hed upper apt., private bath. Utilities furnished, laundry prlvUegea. Close to business district, norUi side, nice neighborhood. Call 7325-0 after 5:30. ROOMS furnished for light housekeeping. On bus line. Inquire 63 E. Mary St. Phone 6973-2. DESIRABLE sleeping room in modern home. Close in. Gentlem&n preferred. Phone 5761-9. 171 W. Berrien, NICE WARM FRONT sleeping room. Stoker heat, hot water, near n £«h. Near bus. Close In. Call 6760-9. TWO 2-room apts or one 4-room apt., second floor, utilities furnished. Adults only- J04Q N. KgUqgg/ | BOOMS and bath, unfurnishud. Prt- f vatc entrance. No peta. C*U Sltt-4. BATEMAN SCHOOL FOUR-ROOM white frame bungalov Modern bath. Cement basement, oil heat. Low taxes.. Priced to sell. $5,500. Consider contract. RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 IN KNOXVILLE. Recently repaired 5 room house with 5 acres, modern conveniences. Call 95-2179^ 3-BEDROOM bungalow type home. N.W. Near Bateman School. Living room, dining room, bedroom, modern kitchen, bath down; 2 bed* rooms, bath, sleeping porch up Hardwood floors, well decorated. Ample storage space. Cement basement, stoker heat, stool. Garage. Possession $12,750. ISLE A DEBTS DON DEBTS 6*1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg BATEMAN School District. 3-room house. 2 lots. Quick possession. $1500 CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR Robert Kelly, Salesman Room 3, Carr Bldy. Phone 6678-6 BY OWNER. Modern 2-bedroom bun- S alow. '^''-shaped living room with Jning area. Basement. Low taxes. Stone school district. Phone 7801-7 _Jtor_ Jftppqlntmcni, BUNGALOW — 2 bedrooms down, 1 up. Large living-dining room. All gwdern. 404 w. Snyder St. AWagdon. Phone 24W ^ 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 2102. YARDE REAL ESTATE 419 Bondl Bldg. TWO FAMILY UNITS* SIDE BY SIDE. Built in 1949. Each unit has "L" shaped living room with picture window, modern kitchen, bath and two bedrooms. Plastered walls, hardwood floors. Nice basement, oil heat with separate controls. Double garage. Excellent location. $25,000. Dale Knits, Salesman Ph. 8-1274 Eves. 70V8-5, 1931-9 FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR DUPLEX, CLOSE IN. 3 bedrooms each side, everything separate; solidly built, newly painted. Triple garage. Live in one side. let the other side PITTSBURGH PAINTS Look Belter Longer. Free Books on Color Schemes, Ask for Yours Today. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. E. Main Phone_4255 Rent session. payments. Immediate 8-1551, 7513-6, l-BOOM BUNGALOW. N.E. Large living room, well decorated, modem kitchen, good basement Oil fur* pace, garage. $10,000. Wayne Goodale Realty Co. 7824-6 or 2980-9 or Mrs. Alters, 5446-0. BAND INSTRUMENTS Before-You-Buy plan 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. ^ OIL BURNER—Kenmore, double burner, fan. Copper tubing, connections, two 50-gal. oil drums included. 203 S. Timber. Knoxville. 95-2388. IATHTUB on legs, good condition. Phone 6923-8. 1954 G.E. TV S PRICES START AT $179-95 18 Months to Pay. Small Down Payment, Terms as low as $2.55 Week. Goodyear Service Stores Kellogg & Simmons Phone 4884 Hallowe'en Costumes for rent. Children's and adults. 797 E. Fourth St. Fast, Easy Way to Your Want Ad Ifegister-Mail Mail this Order to the Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, IU. Ads may be cancelled when rt> suits are received. You are charged only for yy^jvj^ J\Y) ORDER ^ utmi uumber ° f days the td u p ub|,gheA at Byerly- DAVENPORT and chair, $20; gas DOUBLE UNIT rinse tank and drain board for restaurant or tavern use. Practically new. See it at QuimVs Tap. 175 E. Simmons St. DAVENPORT — Rose. 3-cusnion, mohair. Cornet and case. Phone 7284-0, stove, $20; kitchen cabinet, $5; bedroom suite, $50; dining room table and 6 chairs, $10; breakfast set, $10; fernery, $3.50; comb, radio; dresser, $6; rugs; lamps, $2.50; ironing board, $2.50; chairs; round table; lamp tables; comer cupboards; bed complete, $20; 12 ga. single barrel shotgun, $8; 16 ga. bolt action shotgun. $18; sewing machine; NEW SPINET j PIANOS, also ANTIQUES. Lawson I Trading Post, the Big Red House, 1 ' 2047 Grand Ave. Hours 10 a.m. to 6 P-m-_ HARRIET HUBBARD AYER dolls with makeup kits and curlers. Clothes made to order for all dolls. Doll's Dress Shop, 1139 Brown Ave. Phone 6836-9. f JS WING MACHINE — New portable". Inquire 249 W. Brooks St. after 4 p.m ELECTRIC RANGE, bathroom fixtures vA aa „ window sash. Call after 6 p.m. 1637-0 WM uutuMiiur, *uvo o# avw* Edgar - — n -—"— ZJZ Robertson, Gilson, JR., R.F.D. Phone DUO-THERM oil beaten m UP TO 20 WORDS $3.3* 234 1.30 for 7 days for 4 days for 1 day 11 TO 25 WORDS $392 1 .68 143 for 7 days for 4 days for l day 16 TO 30 WORDS $4.37 2 90 1.57 for 7 days for 4 days for 1 day SI TO 3$ WORDS $5.10 for 7 3.39 for 4 1*1 for 1 days days day 4G18. dealer -Biirg A HOMES - HOMES Knoxville • Galesburg • Knox Gov DALE H- BRAGG. BROKER LADY'S COAT, green, size 39; bedspread and matching drapes; linen tablecloth and napkins; kitchen 8tool; miscellaneous articles. Phone 2593-9. 2 DOG HOUSES, well built. 249 Arnold St. Service. W N. Henderson Ippltanca Henderso Sales and WE BUY AND SELL used furniture Coffey's Auction Co., 771 West Mot 1591-8. McFall J P MOFEET to located In Shop at| C i^^* W^Main Gaie^burj rear oi house at 289 N. Henderson. IREFRIGERATOR. 8 cu. ft. also nuxnbtr Enclo«#d $ In paymtnt Nam* 3818-6. 9 *4X94* Clocks, watches sold, re* trie nut 2633-0. machin I Andrew ,—^ m Pbont-«^ w ,.,„ Town.**.*** 6255-8 orj| TO riGUBS THE COST fntart oniv CUM • la t *cfe tjpac** Cc tfca% tolal nambai words (spaces) kx& o« above cb*rt fes correct alsyo*£ These «r* G imM price* ~ pertile •imli— • 1*

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