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•I The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 121. Fuel—Feed—Seed—MB LUMP COAL—aaleshurg and vicinity, $7.60 per ton delivered. Write or cnll collect. CralRmiles Coal Mine. R,n„ Falrvlew, in. Poultry and Supplies—1§ GET YOUR DAILY PROTEIN. De sure the whole fnmlly eats an egg every day. Cnll 31J12-6. Galeaburg Poultry & ERR Co, 340 S._KcJlogg. FRYERS, while, 4 to 5 lbs., 30c lb. Mrs. Philip Anderson, Mamion, 111., or '4 miles southeast of Gllson. COMPLETE LINE of Laying House equipment, Remedies and NUTRENA FEEDS. Try Aurcomycln lor Blue Comb. GALESBURG HATCHERY. Phone 995B-6 _ 755 W. Main St. FARMER'S MARKET WESTERN ILLINOIS TOP MARKET lor Poultry — Eggs — Cream 173 E^. Waters _ Phone 2244-2 KLIEN Roll-Away Nests keeps eggs clean GERALD WEAVER HATCHERY Wllllamsfleld ,111. Livestock—20 PIGS--68, while, around 100 lbs.; f) piggy BOWS; 2 boars. Frank H. Peterson, 8 ml. north on Rt. 150, 3 west Phone 8031-4. BOARS—Registered Hampshlres. Long and rugged. Some weigh up to 300 lbs. Disease free. Claire Poltorl, Rio, POLAND CHINA BOARS. Outstanding meat types. Farm on Rt. tl, 5'/ 3 miles N.E. nushnell. Boatly Bros ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Proven Bulls Six Breeds HORNBAKEIt ANIMAL HOSPITAL Phone 6-1543 BOARS-Spotted Poland China, also 2 Hampshlres, purebred, tested, vaccl- nnled. Priced to sell. A rating 4-H Club Show. James Rnmp, 2',i ml northeast Gllson, 111. HAMPSHIRE BOARS — 1 registered senior yearling and 6 young boars farrowed In March 1953. Utter mules to Knox County 4-H cham plon gilt. All blood tested and ell glble to register. Raymond Benson, Maquon, III. Phone Mlddlcgrove 8R7, orjl 3 ,^ ml. north of Mlddlcgrove POLAND CHINA BOARS. Medium tvpe. excellent for crossbreeding, Guaranteed, tested. Priced to sell. James Litchfield, 312 Galesburg Road. Knoxvlllc. 95-3686 REGISTERED Yorkshire boars that will lengthen those pigs from your present sows. W. A. Hayden, 4 miles N.E. o( Maquon. 9 HEAD QUALITY Hereford*, weigh 700 lbs., 18c lb. Sell to anyone with homo locker also. 17S2 Grand Ave. BOARS—Purebred Hampshire. Blood tested. Farmers prices. C. R. Emery and Son, Prairie City, 111. HAMPSHIRE BOARS—These boars are from a clean herd and good. Capron & Nelson, 2',i miles south of Klrk- wood. BLOCK — DUROC — BOARS 8 mi. cast of Gllson. J. W. Block & Son, Maquon, 111. BUCKS 2 full blood Shropshire. Reagor, Alexis, 111. George RAMS Registered Corrlcdalc. R. S. Bacher, F.I m wood, Phone 203. BULLS — Purebred Polled Shorthorn, serviceable age. Farmer's prices. Also good calves suitable for club prolects. G. W. Svmonds, 1 mile north of Victoria, III. WANTED! 200 lo 300 head feeder pigs. Call collect. LaVerne Estcs, Canton, III. Phone 2057-W. POLLED HEREFORD COWS, eTregls- tcred. with calves. Three choice pollpd bulls, 17 months old. Two open heifers. All calfhood vaccinated. Chester A. Brooks, Strong hurst. 111. For Rent— it Real Rrtatc for ial*~84 SLEEPING ROOM - On first floor, suitable for 2 employed ladles or gentlemen, Private bath. No drinking. Call evenings. 655 E. Main. Phone 3700-8. Wanted to Rent—23 NORTHWEST LOCATION. 8-room bungalow, newly decorated Inside and out, new roof, gas heal, Insulated, stairway to attic, decorated full basement; garage, overhead door. Lovely yard. Low taxes. Will sell G.I. Phone 6128-7. THREE 4 or 9 room homes or downstairs apts. Call 4730. BUSINESS MAN and wife desire 3 to S room furnished or unfurnished apt. or_ housc,_ Photic 2206-4. WANTED to rent or buy-5 ov 0 room house in Galesburg by November 18th, Reliable couple, no children. Write to Robert Whlpkey, P.O. Box 481, Potsdam, N.Y. Real Estate for Sale—24 A. J. CLINE REALTY CO. Realtors FARM AND CITY PROPERTY A^ J. Cllnc A. E. Meatherlngham BOB FOSTER City and Farm Properties All Types of Financing 2|fl_ Hill Arcade Phone JM548 "NEW RANCH TYPE BUNGALOW Living room 12x18, 2 bedrooms, private den, bath, modern kitchen, and utility room, all beautifully decorated, Venetian blinds, insulated, gas forced air heat, storm windows and screens, 12x24 attached garage large lot, landscaped and shade Shown by appointment only. BOB FOSTER REAL ESTATE 210 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1548 HOMES •- HOMES Knoxvlllc - Galesburg - Knox County DALE 11. BRAGG, BROKER KNOXVILLE SPACIOUS 3-bcdroom brick. N.W Bateman School. Largo living room fireplace, modern kitchen, beautiful bath. All rooms on 1 floor. Full basement, gas furnace, stool, garage Television, new gas stove Included ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-148H Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg BOB FOSTER 210 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1548 BRICK BUNGALOW—Northeast location, 5 rooms, balh, fireplace, nice basement, stoker, water heater, softener, storms, screens, insulated. A good buy at $14,750. 5-ROOM BUNG ALOW—Good location, hardwood floors, Insulated, new furnace, garage, large lot. $8,500. NEW MODERN HOME—4 rooms, bath, sun porch with 8x21 plute glass front, full basement, electric water heater, 16x24 garage, chicken house, 1 acre with fruit, located In Altona. $8,000. BUILDING LOTS — Near Galesburg Heights Addition. Can be bought on contract. All B for $2,000. WE ALSO HAVE other good listings of homes, acreages and farms. STOKER Large size Conco. Phone 1724-2. PIANO—Free for the hauling. Call between 12 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. 1790 E. Fremont St. REFRIGERATOR Montgomery Ward, $25. Phone_3023-2. GOOD HOMES-WANTED for 4 young cats. All are houscbroken, quiet and real pets. 1370 Brown Ave. FOR SALE 12-Apt. Bldg. with 9 garages and cottage. See DR. ADA CHAPMAN 641 N. Kellogg Ph. 1541-6 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 of water and good fences. The right people can buy this tract with a down payment as low as $4,000, balance carried back nt 4','a% interest. Price $20,000. 180 acres with house, barn, cattle shed, double corn crib, 80% tillable and on paved highway. A down payment of $5,000 will give possession of this farm with balance carried back at 4',4% Interest. Price $16,000 228 acres, no buildings, 90 acres highly productive farm land, balance pasture. Owner wants $4,000 down, balance carried back on contract bearing 4% interest. Price T30.000. THE HARRY C. LISTER AGENCY Realtors Monmouth. Illinois 8-ROOM HOUSE. 4 bedrooms, or 2 bedrooms and 2-room apt. Near Weston School, bus, and town. Call 5916-9. $7,000 FARNHAM SCHOOL. 5-room home. 2 bedrooms, bath up. Cement basement, gas heat. Good condition throughout. Screens, storms. Garage. Low taxes. Mflke reasonable offer. RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484.2 Eves. 1330-5 FLOYD W.SARGEANT H. A.YELTON Realtors. 125 S. Cherry. 4145. Buy now! Avoid apt. or house hunting worries In winter. 5-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW Long living room. Newly decorated. Hardwood floors. Built-in cupboards. Stairway to attic. Sun porch. Storms and screens. Stoker. Garage. Choice north location. Shown by- appoint, men I. FRED A. JOHNSON, BROKER 657 N. Kellogg St. Phone 2802-5 Mrs. Seibert, Sales. P^™L- 3 ™_"® NORTH — 2-bcdroom bungalow with stair to attic. Nice modern kitchen with dining area. Good concrete basement. Large screened patio. Garage. Nicely arranged home. $11,700. 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.'Oulglev. Sales — 6155-2 Real Estate for Sale—24 FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR YOU'LL NEVER REGRET buying 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 $71.88. $8,000. Hill Arcade. 8-155), 7513-6. When you want to TRADE, BUY, OR SELL real cslale f.'AI.I HARRISON AGENCY, REALTORS 4540, 411 Bank of Galesburg Bldg. Mlscellaneona— 1% Friday, October 16. lfl&'3 2{ 4-ROOM BUNOAI-OW. N.W. Well decorated, oil heat, modern kitchen, new double garage. $0,250. Wayne Ooodrtlc Really Co. 7824-6 or 2980-9, or Mrs. Alters 5446-0. 3 BKDROOM utility type bungalow. 2',i years old. Near new school. Nice lot. S. E. Could finance to responsible party. Sec anytime. Phone 7149-7. G. W. PARKINS, REALTOR City Properties—Sales—Phone 8-1288 Dora K. Clary Phone 3965-7 FAMILY HOME, well located. Can be financed on conlract to responsible parly. $8500. For further Information call CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR Phone 6678-6 Room 3, Carr Bldg. 28 ACRES, well Improved. Second road north Cozy Inn, 114 miles west, ',4 mile Rio. north. Carter Purl, Route 1, 809 FLORENCE AVE. 3 bedroom brick, gas heal, drapes, carpet, mirrors, TV antenna, garage, $17,000. Phone 6194-4. 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 make the payments. Immediate possession. 8-1551, 7513-6. • 4-ROOM BUNGALOW. N.E. Large living room, well decorated, modern kitchen, good basement. Oil furnace, garage. $10,000. Wayne Goodale Realty Co. 7824-6 or 2980-9 or Mrs. Alters, 5446-0. Real Estate Wanted—25 YEAR AROUND COTTAGE at Lake Bracken, Write Box 041, c/o Reg- Jstcr-Mail. BUNGALOW, 4 rooms or more, or house with 4 rooms first floor. Cash, no agent. Reasonably priced. Box 642, c/o Register-Mall. 4-ROOM modern house and garage, on contract. Can give references. Box 632, c/o Register-Mail. 4-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 2 bedrooms. On contract. Have permanent work. Can give good references. Write Box 627, c/o Register-Mall. STUDIO COUCH — Innersprlngs both sides. Makes Info double or 2 single beds. Slip covered. Very reasonable. Phone 8155-7. TV SET—Console, 14 In. Excellent condjtlon. 89 "Blaine Ave. EXTRA NICE 5-room bungalow. Stoker. Garage. Northwest. $8,500. ACREAGE. $8,500. Can be financed. N. BROAD. Income. $14,500. Wanted: North Side Properties VICTORIA A. WATERS, REALTOR Phone 8-1402 Carr Bldg. 190 ACRES located near Nekoma. 7- room house with bath, hav and cattle barn, extra large double crib, hpg house, barn cattle shed on side, tool shed. Buildings all first class, land Is all limed and phosphated, woven wire fences. Phone 1544-6. W. A. Thompson Agency, Bk. of Gales. Bldg. P. M. Decker, Woodhull, phone Nekoma 5 on 2. BATEMAN SCHOOL FOUR-ROOM white frame bungalow. 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 95-2779. BOARS—Registered Hampshlres. New blood lines, double treated, Bang's free. Also, Polled Shorthorn bulls. Stcgall Farms, Victoria. PUREBRED Poland China spring boars, good type and breeding. Also some purebred Shorthorn club calves. John Laughcad, Alexis, III., R.R. 1. BOARS—17 purebred Chester Whites. Several sired by son of 1953 grand champion boar of Illinois. Darrel McMecn, 2 miles south of Gllson Corners on Route 8, and 2 west. BOARS. GILTS, RAMS. Well grown medium type boars, tested, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders, priced to sell. Durocs, Berkshires, Poland Chinas, Chester Whites and Hamp­ shlres are available. We are offering Suffolk and Hampshire rams ready for service, Knoxville F.F.A. Chapter. Inquire at Knoxvllle High School. Phone 98-3866 or 95-3686. Wanted to Bay—St SHOTGUNS WANTED. Spot cash for used shotguns, Buying anything, any condition except bolt action. Also buying revolvers, old or new. Gil Hebard Guns, Knoxvllle. 98-3473. GOOD USED ping pong table, electric train, also Ice cream freezer, gallon size or over. Boy's bicycle wanted Write Box 630, c/o Register-Mall. For Rent—22 EMPLOYED LADY wanted to share apartment with another lady. Phone 2858-0. FURNISHED APT. on third floor. 3 rooms and bath, private entrance. Adults_only._ No_ PJi.tt._PJione _8a70-8. SMALL COTTAGE in country near Galesburg, suitable only for Email family. Prefer tenant who can work odd days on farm. Call 1643-7 be tweeji 5_and_7_ p.m. J[o_r._detalls^ SLEEPING ROOM with large closet in modern northslde private home, Near bus line. Inquire at 653 N, Cedar. 2-ROOM furnished apt. Clean, mod ern, 3rd floor. Soft water. Utilities furnished. Share bath. Close to bus 568 Maple Ave. 2 ROOMS and bath, unfurnished. Private entrance. No pets. Call 5112-4 5-ROOM furnished modern home. South side. $85. No objection to children. For further Information phone 3733-0. 1 ROOM furnished for light house keeping. Everything furnished. Sleeping room. Near oath, continu- ?4£_ t°I water. 464 N._Senv[nary. TO ADULTS — 2 modern furnished housekeeping rooms. Close in. North side. Call 8563-9. 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 rnaga. zlnes, watch repairing, insurance or real estate office, collection agency, luggage and leather shop, radio and television repair, etc. 85-6206. DESIRABLE sleeping room in modern home. Close in. Gentleman preferred. Phone 5761-9. 171 W Berrien. Trade-in Sale! UP TO $40 ALLOWANCE On Your Old Washer When Traded In On Any G.E. WASHER. Prices Start at $114.95 Terms as low as $12 Down, $1.25 per Week GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES Kellogg and Simmons Sts. 834 E. GROVE. 5-roorn home. Living room, dining room, large kltclv en, stool down. 2 bedrooms, new bath up. Nicely decorated. Good basement, gas heat. Garage. Pos session. Reasonably priced. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg $10,000 NOHTHEAST. Attractive 2-bedroom white frame bungalow. Large living room, picture window, spacious built-in kitchen, nice basement, oil furnace. Garage. Taxes $60. Worth considering. RALPH DAVES. INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 0484-2 Eves 1330-5 SEVERAL GOOD FARMS REASON ABLY PRICED, with March 1st possession. Small down payment. Come see them or write for our free farm list. H. E. Gilbert, Realtor. Elkhorn, V/isconsln. FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR 3-BEDROOM BUNGALOW. Northeast. Bath, living room, dining room, large kitchen, dining space. Full basement, gas heat. Excellent construction. Storms, screens. Garage. Near school. $11,800. 21S Hill Arcade, 8-1551, 7813-6. FOR SALE A home and approximately six acres of all tillable black soil, in a nearby community with excellent schools. The house can be used as two units. A real bargain at $6,500. ' A. J. CLINE REALTY CO — 4664 A. J. Cllne A. E. Meatheringham RAY SIMMONS AGENCY 3-Bed. Bung. 12x16 breezeway. Garbage disposal. Carpeted living room. Large 1-car garage. Insulated. Combination storms. Very nice. Lombard district. 6-Rm. Brick. About l<i A. land on hard road. Hwd. floors. Close in. 2-Bed. Ranch Type. Stone School. Gas heat. Attached garage. Hwd. floors. Very nice. 4 & Bath. Breezeway. Garage. Stok. er heat. Quick possession. 10 A. Near Knoxvllle. 5-rm, modern home. New barn. Very good location. 7-Rrn. I',4 bath. Stoker heat. N.E. Will contract. $6,500. 416 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1422, 5022-9 Art Jacobson 6487-2 Bill Davis 1004-2 TWO 2-room apts or one 4-rooin apt., second floor, utilities furnished. ^Adults onl^JMOJ^Kellogg^ SLEEPING ROOMS. Single and dou ble. Innerspring mattresses. Con Unuous hot water. Near bath. Stoker heat. Gentlemen only. 1080 N Pruirle. COMPLETELY PRIVATE. Tile bath, kitchenette, 3 newly furnished modern rooms for couple to enjoy. Call 93-2392. SLEEPING ROOMS, large closets. For l or a girls. Private, privilege*. 184 JN , PraiiH. 1762-1. MULLEN REAL ESTATE 419 Bondi Bldg. N.E.—3-bdr. brick, close in, good deco rations, gas heat, garage. $15,800. N.E.—3-bdr. brick bungalow, large liv lng nn„ modern kitchen, cement basement, gas heat, garage, quick possession. EAST—4-apt., close in, on bus. hot-air stoker, clean property with good Income. N.E.—New 3-bdr. tungalow, basement, gas heat, very attractive. Possession on settlement. Will G.I. $12,800. BUILDING LOT—1400 block Willard St., good location. KNOX CO.—186 A., L. & G. farm near Hermon. 5-rm. semi-modern home, garage, barn, 2 corncribs, new machine shed, 2 wells, good fences, mostly prairie-type soil and very productive. WM. P. MULLEN, REALTOR Phone 4480 Res. 8-1241 Lowell Buck, Avon, III. Ph. 79 3-BEDROOM bungalow type home. N.W. Near Bateman School. Living room, dining room, bedroom, modern kitchen, bath down; 2 bedrooms, bath, sleeping porch up Hardwood floors, well decorated Ample storage space. Cement basement, stoker heat, stool. Garage. Possession $12,750. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511JBank of Galesburg BATEMAN School District. 3-room house, 2 lots. Quick possession. $1500. CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR Robert Kelly, Salesman Room 3, Carr Bldg. Phone 6678-8 BY OWNER. Modern 2-bedroom bungalow. "L"-shaped living room with dining area. Basement. Low taxes. Stone school district. Phone 7801-7 for appolntment. BUNGALOW — 2 bedrooms down, 1 up. Large living-dining room. AH modern. 404 W. Snyder St. Abingdon. Phone 2440. Why Save Rent Receipts? SAVE MONEY THROUGH HOME OWNERSHIP 1 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 $8000 8 Rm. - Brick. 2 bed. Mod. bath. gas heat. Garage. $10,500 LITTLE «OUSE. BIG HOUSE. LOW PRICE OR HIGH, SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY I STEPHENS, BROKER 119 N. Seminary Mary Stephens K. Slanners 8-1256 3640^5 H Qulmby Wm. Underwood 8-1223 3246-2 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 of property. RALPH DAVES. INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-S NEW 4-BEDROOM RANCH TYPE BUNGALOW. Good south location. 2 bathrooms. Long living room. Croslev kitchen. Automatic washer and dryer. Winkler gas furnace. Double garage. Fuji lot. Owner was transferred before home was finished. Take over F.H.A. loan. $3,700 down. $68 per month. $14,500. HENSHAW, REALTOR 1198 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Quigley, Sales — 6158-2 LOMBARD 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. Johnson Realty, Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales. 453 Jefferson. 4578. GOOD INVESTMENT W. MAIN. 2 apts. 3 large rooins. bath 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 6878-6 Ralph Dave* Bernard Reavy MM -l Bvt*. M3Q -I YARDE REAL ESTATE 419 Bondi Bldg. 2-Bdrm. Bung., N.W., gas heat $ 6,800 2-Bdrm. Bung., N.W., gas heat. $ 8,500 2-Apt. Income. W. Main. $ 9,000 2-Bdrm. Utility, Brown Ave. $10,800 3-Bdrm. Utility, East, F.H.A. „.$11,500 3-Bdrm., new, N.E., G.I. appr. , $12,800 2-Bdrm. Brick Bungalow, N.W. $19,800 Dale Knlss, Salesman Ph. 8-1274. Eves. 7918-5. 1931-9 LISTINGS WANTED: Have prospective buyers for 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. For prompt attention call: WM. E . YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondi Bldg. Phone 8-127J Eves. 1931-9 USED OIL HEATERS $20 and up Large Selection. BROWN LYNCH SCOTT 244_ E. Main _ Phone 8-1266 HOLLYWOOD double bed, complete; white Slorkllne crib, complete, double drop sides. Phone 8-1521. Miscellaneous— Z« For SKELGAS The Supreme Bottle Gas, See LUKE'S 45 S. Prairie WINDOW COVERINGS PROTECT YOUR HOME AND OUTBUILDINGS WITH WARD'S PLASTIC WINDOW COVERINGS. Place-O-Glass, per ft. .12 Std. Vlophane, per ft. .15 Supreme Vlophane, per ft. .20 28" Screenglass, per ft. .27 48" Screenglass, per ft. .45 Montgomery Ward Farm Store MUREEN HARDWARE CO. Complete line Chl-Namel paints. 42 N. Prairie. Phone 7112-6. GUITARS—New and used. $7.50, $10, $12.60 and up. Combiner's, 65 S. Seminary. Lighting Fixtures Big discount all this week. HIGGINS ELECTRIC SHOP 1065 E. Main Phone 6838-6 Open till 8 p.m. _ FLASH your own pictures with one of our easy lo use cameras. Birthdays, anniversaries, family get - togethers arc perfect occasions. Midwest Photo Service, 158 N. Broad St. Phone 8474-6. 47 N. Kellogg Phone 4960 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 Nov; 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. Main Rent and Try Before You Buy THAT Band or String Instrument Piano, organ rentals — lessons at BENEDICT MUSIC CO. 64 So. Cherry FALL COLORS A HEAD I Get your color film now. Kodachrome, Koda- color, Ansco Color. Illinois Camera Shop, 84 S. Prairie. Week's SetV'Thrifty SEE Betty Crocker's NEW GENERAL MILLS MIXER WITH A TIMER $4,195 ALSO OTHER G.M. APPLIANCES LAWSON ELECTRIC CO. 62 S. Seminary _Phone 7166-6 PUMP ORGAN—Old fashioned, in excellent condition. $35. Call Mack, 2579-6. Mulberry Hobby Shop All Craft Master Subjects Available Liquid Tri-Chem Paint 881 Mulberry Phone 2633-0 Phone 1-1313 : JKHIS HAIR TONIC, reg. a3c, Jeris hair oil, reg. 40c. both for 79c. Red Cross Drug Store, Main and Seminary. RANGE—Coal and wood, with reservoir. Very good, good baker and warming oven. Reasonably priced. Call 7080.8 after 3:30 p.m. LOUNGE CHAIR. $10: davenport, $20; both for $25 if taken together. 978 N. Jefferson. Phone 3964-8. Miscellaneous—26 DUO-THERM oil heaters authorized dealer—Bill's Appliance Sales and Service. 586 N. Henderson St. 6172-6. J. P. MOFFET is located in shop at rear of house at 289 N. Henderson. 3818-6. Clocks, watches sold, repaired. WE BUY AND SELL used furniture, Coffey's Auction Co., 771 West Main. 1591-8. 1953 DuMont TV • Deluxe Console with doors Reg. $425, Sale $349.95 Use Reyburn's Easy Payment Plan Reyburn Hdwe. 319 E. Main Phone 8-1560 McFall Monument City Limits — W. Main — Galesburg Dopp Hardware PARKERETTE LAWN SWEEPER 331 E. Main Phone 4883 Floor Model Television Sale! Reg. $329 G.E. 17" Mah. Console $234.95 Reg. $379.95 RCA 17" Mah. Console $244.95 Reg. $489.95 RCA 21" Mah. Console $379.95 Others Reduced over $100 All New 'S3 Sets Block & Kuhl Co. USED WASHERS $14.95 up REFRIGERATORS $29.95 up Fully Guaranteed ARLING'S Phone 4500 Main at Cherry October Is The Month For Hallowe'en And Fall Parties The Largest Selection Ever of MASKS BEARDS — HATS MOHAIR WIGS — MOUSTACHES GOATEES — MAKEUP, ETC. Jokes and Novelties to Have a Good Laugh Magic Tricks to Entertain Your Friends Ray's Hobby Shop 224 East North Open Tuesday Evenings 7 to 9 p.m. Corbin's Auction House 639 S. Cedar Phone 8-1433 Will Buy. Sell, Trade or Auction Furniture, Tools, Antiques. Open 8:30 till 5:30. Always Call 8-1433 for Your Auction 2-PC. BEDROOM Harvest Oak. Triple dresser and bookcase headboard Reg. $184.95, Sale $159.88 Montgomery Ward & Co. 225 E. Main AWNINGS, nearly new. Used 2 years. 9 single, 2 double, 1 triple window. Brown and white striped. Cost new $150. The lot $50. Phone 5416-4. DROPLEAF TABLE, antique walnut: grand piano, $325; 2 wing fireside chairs; dining room set; mahogany console table. Call 95-2932. 108 N. West, Knoxvllle. NURSE'S UNIFORMS, nylon, size 38, priced very Reasonable. Phone 7648-8. STOKER—Fire-Tender, good condition, 3 vears old. Phone 2143-4. 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 $13,600. Must be seen to be appreciated. 305 Western St., Abingdon. Phone 2102. Galesburg Real Estate Ag'cy 437 Bank of Galesburg Bldg. N E.— 3 bedrooms, very nice. — $15,500 N.W.-Brick Bungalow. 1 3%. old. 3 bedrooms. !}5'xS£ N. CHERRY—Nice Bungalow --$12,000 S.W.—3-bedroom home * 5,800 MODERN HOME — 1 Aero. » ml. North. • 6 ' 500 SEWING MACHINE. Singer electric console model. Also want to buy 60-in. high or less upright piano. Phone 2733-9. BATHTUB on legs, and lavatory: fixtures included, $25. 2 French doors, $5 each. Inquire 1079 N. Cherry. GAS STOVE—Apt. size, excellent condition, $75; roll-away bed, $20. Inquire Labor Temple Club, 52 N. Prairie. KITCHEN RANGE—Monarch, combination gas and coal. Good baker. 1494 South Pearl. DINING ROOM SUITE — 8-pc. solid walnut. Would trade for or buy a dropleaf table. 1706 Balrd Ave. Phone 2407-0. Frank Fleming. Storm Windows! By Ingersoll Borg-Warner Co. Highest quality Aluminum Combination Windows-Doors. Save $$$$. Before buying, get our prices — see these units. H. J. Wasson Co., 152 W, Main St. 1558-6. Floor Sample Hamilton Electric Dryer Reg. $259.50, Sale $194.50 3RD FLOOR — O. T. JOHNSON CO PITTSBURGH PAINTS Look Better Longer. Free Books on Color Schemes. Ask for Yours Today. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO, 247 E. Main Phone 4255 BAND INSTRUMENTS . . . Rent- Before-You-Buy plan at Byerly Gamble Music. Bring your boy and girl in for a Music Aptitude Test- talk to the band teacher at school- then rent a brand new Pan American for 8 weeks trial. Rental deposit applies as down payment when you buy. Phone 7394-6 for information. To Make the Paint Job Easier Paint Rollers 1—5 INCH ROLLER 1—5 INCH WOOL COVER 1—5 INCH MOHAIR COVER 1—PAN — ALL FOR $1.98 Galesburg Glass Go. Broad 8c Ferris Phone 4216 4777 (Nole: Send pattern orders direct to Chicago. Watch addreu below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office.) Three to mix! Three to match! THREE to multiply your wardrobe! Blouse, skirt, jerkin — easy as 1-2-3 to sew. Jerkin is open on the sides—so smart! Shirt has 4 gores—so flattering. Blouse buttons down front—so wearable! Pattern. 4777. Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, French Pierce Rebel Defense, Drive Inland HANOI, Indochina (UP)-Ffencb commandos stormed ashore lil north central Viet Nam today dealing a powerful new blow In Gen, Henri Navarre's win-the-war fall offensive against the Communists. The amphibious attack was aimed at the central Red stronghold of Thanh Hoa, a city of 50,000 population about 20 miles north of the beachhead. This correspondent, flying over the invasion site in a C-47, saw French Union forces pushing inland with little opposition. Navy Hammers Coast French naval vessels, including the American-built aircraft carrier Arromanches, pounded the coast to pave the way for the assault. Overcast skies hindered air support of the commandos. To the north, massive French armored forces closed in on two Red divisions entrenched in a 65- mile-wide iron triangle some 50 miles south of Hanoi. US Air Force Tests Flight Of Red MIG TOKYO (UP)-Gen. 0. P. Wey. land, Far East Air Force commander, disclosed today that American experts have given extensive tests to the MIG-15 jet plane surrendered by a North Korean fugitive from Communism. Weyland said the flight tests took place on Okinawa under the direction of specialists from Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Ace Pilot on Hand , The special team included MaJ. £rd!VLh^irt ^d^nljCharles Yeager,.first man to crash jerkin, v* yard 54-inch. 'the sound barrier, and ace test This pattern easy to lire, simple to j pilot Capt. Tom Collins. m w ' t ls ,JA es ^L ,%JJ U Has compIetc i Weyland said technicians dis- illustrated instruction. ,i , _ . . . „ . send Thirty-five cents in coins for j mantled the Russian jet on Sept. this pattern—add 5 cents for eac^pat-122, the day after North Korean '"Lt. Noh Keun Suk landed it at Kimpo Air Force Base near Seoul. It was flown immediately to Okinawa in a C-124 Globemaster. tern for lst-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register-Mall, Pattern Dept., P.O. Box 6710, Chicago 80, III. Print your NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE; SIZE, STYLE NUMBER. Hallowe'en Costumes | . for rent. Children's and adults. 797 E.jACCUSeS UlllCerS Fourth St l Anfl Getg Arregted DAVENPORT and chair, $20; gas stove, $20: kitchen cabinet, S5; bedroom suite, $50: dining room table and 6 chairs, $10; breakfast set, $10; fernery, S3.50: comb, radio: dresser, $6; rugs; lamps. $2.50; ironing board, $2.50; chairs; round table; lamp tables: corner cupboards; bed complete, $20; 12 ga. single barrel shotgun, $8; 16 ga. bolt action shotgun. $18; sewing machine; NEW SPINET PIANOS, also ANTIQUES. Lawson Trading Post, the Big Red House,!.. " -,i i 2047 Grand Ave. Hours 10 a.m. tol ttle illegal Contraption. 6 p.m. -The saw REFRIGERATOR, 8 cu. ft., also electric nut machine. Phone 6255-8 or 2633-0. Knoxville Want Ads FOR RENT—3-room unfurnished apt. at 311 E. South St., Knoxvllle. Phone 95-2598. OIL BURNER— Kenmore, double bunv er, fan. Copper tubing, connections, two 50-gal. oil drums included. 203 S. Timber, Knoxville. 95-2388, BATHTUB on Phone 6923-8. legs, good condition DAVENPORT — Rose, 3-cushion, mohair. Cornet and case. Phone 7284-0 SIEGLER OIL HEATER, 5 rooms, with fan circulator, good as new. Edgar Robertson, Gilson, 111., R.F.D. Phone 4G18. LADY'S COAT, green, size 38; bed spread and matching drapes; linen tablecloth and napkins; kitchen stool; miscellaneous articles. Phone 2593-9. * DOG HOUSES, weU built, nold St. 249 Ar- HOME RESALE SHOP 771 E. Knox St. Phone 3043-2 GENERAL ELECTRIC Washing Machine Special Reg. Price $149.95 Now $118.88 and your old washer BLACK BROS. Main & Seminary Ph. 4822 COON DOGS—2. Call after 5. John R. Wilson, 798 E. Fourth. 1491-0^ Wood or Aluminum Combination Windows That go up and never come down. Year 'round convenience. Rain-proof, draft-free ventilation. 1/3 Fuel Savings. F.H.A. Approved. $18 to $21 AL PREWITT €881-3 or 6678-6 A New Discovery Battery Guaranteed S Years 1 (60 Months) New Hurricane Battery 57 and 63 Plates Plastic Separators $19.95 GAMBLES , Phone 4511 420 E. Main NEW 20 In. TV; Good used gas range; Baby buggy; Refrigerator; Washer; Radio: Living room suite; Miscellaneous furniture. Phone 2311-8. 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. ELECTRIC RANGE, bathroom fixtures, window sash. Call after 6 pjn. 1637-0. NEW SHIPMENT of gabardine trench coats. Crease resistant, durable. water repellent, silk lined. Most ular dress co Tailors. 94 I. ular dress coa^^pecj^ $19.95. NOTICE OF PROBATE 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 0. 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, has been filed in my office; also that an instrument in writing purporting to be the Will of Emma 0. 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 & Gustafson, Attorneys. 10/9-16-23 POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. Uri­ native was angry when he three men fiddling around with his home-made fish trap on the St. Francis river recently. But he got hotter than a blister when he got close enough to see they were actually breaking up He ac cused them of stealing his fish, tOQ. , The three conservation agents silently took him before the magistrate. And he lectured the man about illegal fish trapping. Then the judge charged him $19.50 forjpiers. the lesson. Judge Widens Dock Strike Injunction NEW YORK (UP)-A Taft-Hartley temporary no-strike injunction against the International Longshoremen's Association has been extended to include a rival union organized by the American Federation of Labor. Federal Judge Edward Weinteld signed an order Thursday night barring both unions from engaging in work stoppages on New York Bookie Gets Stuck Without Chewing Gum CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (St—A stick of gum was evidence in a charge of registering, bets on the speed of a horse. Police testified in introducing the piece of gum as evidence that the bookie wrote customers' plays on gum and if approached by police put it in his mouth and began chewing. He wasn't fast enough, police said, and inspector Duncan MacNeil grabbed the gum before the bookie could do away with the damaging evidence. It cost the bookie a $50 fine—plus the stick of gum. NOtlCE 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 St Lucas, Attorneys 10/9-16-23 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of HARRIETTE H. P. SIMPSON, 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. ALLAN LIND, Executor 10/16-23-30 Pinched in Own Jail ANADARKO, Okla. (* — Under- sheriff Clyde Blakley knows how it feels to be pinched by a fellow officer. Few in Parliament Refuse Pay Increase JERUSALEM (Israel) Wl—Israel Parliament members of the So- cialdemocratic labour party "Mapai" had it their own way when collecting their allowances for the past month. When the cashier paid them fifty-four Israel pounds more than usual because the House Committee had approved an increase in their representation fees and travel expenses,, the Mapai deputies said "No" and returned the money. The State budget is big enough anyhow, they thought. Deputies of other factions dis agreed with the gesture. They felt entitled to accept the raise. Hearing Set Weinfeld also extended the temporary injunction against the ILA until Oct. 25 and set Oct. 20 for a hearing on the question of whether the injunction against the nevr AFL-ILA should be made permanent. The jurist made it clear that although the order forbids members of either union from taking part in work stoppages, it did not intend to interfere with the unions' membership warfare. Don't Want Drivers To Look at Bridge OMAHA W>—"This structure is one of outstanding design and warrants more admiration than it gets," wrote the Nebraska State Highway Department of a graceful bridge which arches above a busy transcontinental highway just west of Omaha. But, the highway department asked Douglas County commissioners, please paint the bridge black or dark green. That way motorists won't be looking up when they should be watching the road. 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 without issuance of summons. HARRY WITHERELL Administrator 10/9-16-23 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed Bids will be received in the office of the City Clerk until 7 P.M. November 2nd for 800 ton more or less of white rock, size small rejects. The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Done by order of the City Council of the City of Knoxville, Illinois. Dated this 10th day of October 1953. JACK F. MANUEL, City Clerk. 10/16-23-30 The redwood tree seldom is found more than 35 miles inland Deputy Herman Elliott acciden-or above 3,000 feet in elevation, tally closed « jail door on Blak- according to the Encyclopedia ley'* finger. jBriUnnict. i Farmers Puzzled hy Odd Looking Calf WEBBER, Kan. Lfl — They've tagged it a "dow"—but Tom Fulton and his son T. H. Fulton, Jewell County farmers don't know for sure whether the. new calf is what it looks like, half deer and half calf. The 80-pound animal, found frisking in a pasture, has fawn­ like markings and is thin-legged though it otherwise resembles a calf. While the Fultons report seeing deer with cows on their farm, livestock experts at Kansas State College say they don't believe cows and deer inter-breed. Ellisville ELLISVILLE — The Ladies Aid met Friday at the dining room for an all-day quilting bee and potluck dinner. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tourtolott were Mrs. Robert Tourtolott and son of St. David, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and family of Cuba and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weaver and son, Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Shumaker and Joe Shumaker of Bushnell were supper guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howerter. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hobbs and Mr. and Mrs. James Shelby of Galesburg spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mas. Arnold Kreider and family. Earl and Pearl Cheneworth and Irene Mahr of Fairview were dia- ter guests Sunday of Mr. and MM. Ray Howerter. Carl Voorhees of Galesburg spent Saturday with his vaothtT, Mri, Battle Voorheei,

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