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farm Machinery—18A PEARSON PONTIAC Caste tt Oliver Abingdon, IU. Phone 3>fl NEW AND USED MACHINEttY Duo.sterhnus Implement Co, YOUn FEROU80N DEALKR Knoxvtlle noad, IU, 3 Phone 477B _ , [ ; * a J l «*i ? ,H JSLjm' FAYHEE IMI'LKMRNT CO. I'ralrlo City, III. Willys Overland, Raiser-fraser, QMC, M 8c M Farm Machinery, Fox Forage and liny Chopper! and Blowers, Ford Tractors and Ford-Pearborn FnrmEqulpmont. _ •'LINCOLN" FARM WELDERS * Portable nnd Stntlonnry Models. ZIMMER FARM STORE _ Abingdon DRAIN TILE 4, 8, 8, 8, in and 18 Inch. Complete stock of joints. Richard Hill. Phillips fid Service. Station, Feeds and Farm Supplies, Alexis, 111. Phone 10. YATKS CITY IMPLEMENT CO. John Deere Machinery, OR Appliances Phone 181 Yates City, IU. BENTLEY-NEFF CO. Avon, III. John Deere Sales and Service Tot Rent—%% SLEEPING ROOM In modern private home. To steadily employed gentleman ol Clean habits. North side. Oarage. MW-1. 4-ROOM and bath unfurnished apt. Heat, water furnished. Private entrance, Walking; distance "to town Call 6041-7. Real Estate for Sale—24 Real Estate for Sale—24 J-ROOM furnished apt,, duplex. Cedar Ave, No children. 170 SLEEPING ROOM— Warm, south, well furnished, Clean bathroom, Con tlnumia hot water. To employed f entleman. 1115 E. Brooks. Phone 895-3, GOOD USED PICKERS Several Makes, Parli Implement Store Mnauon, 111, Fuel— reed-- Seed—18B WAYNE FEEDS-Hog, cattle, chicken and doR. Berry Seed Co., U83 Grand Ave. • HARDEN'S FEED STORE For the greatest (frow on Earth Critic Super Babv Pig Starter Rt. 150, Henderson Corners, Ph. A033-J Lime Where Needed Will Pay 80% Per Year for 10 years on your Investment. FRED CLINE _»hone 3 Ablnsdon, 111. L, _ M £ COAL—Galesburg and vicinity, $7.50 per ton delivered. Write or call collect. CrnlRmllcs Coal Mine, R.R.. Falrvlew. Ill Poultry and Supplies—19 WHITE ROCK PULLETS—100, laying, $2 each. Leslie Fahnstrom, Victoria. 7 miles south of Galva on Route 180. GET - YOUR DAILY PROTEIN. Be sure the whole family ents an egg every day. Cnll 3132-fi. Gnlesburg Poultry & Egg Co.. 340 B, Kellogg. COMPLETE LINE of Laying Home equipment, Remedies and NUTRENA FEEDS. Try Anreomycln for Blue Comb. GALESBURG HATCHERY. Phone 5856:8 755 W. Main St. FARMER'S MARKET WESTERN ILLINOIS TOP MARKET for Poultry — Eggs — Cream 9 ROOMS and kitchenette. Furnished, Hot water, refrigerator. Share bath. Utilities furnished. Private entrance. Adulta only. _40B N. BroarL__ LOWER unfurnished apt. 3 large roorps, Children permitted.. Inquire 405 Marshall Place, E. Berrien St., or phone B5-3732. _ FURNISHED fi-rnom house with garage. Mice residential district. $125 per month. References furnished. Phonefor app'f at fl5 -.Tefl? L 7-ROOM modern duplex. Gas heal, storm windows. Close to town, Large fenced yard. Possible 4 bedrooms. 62,7n-9 or 7408-0. BASEMENT store room, good location, near Main Street, reasonable, Suitable for following kinds of business: Barber, tatlor, shoe repair, lock and key, newspapers or maga. zincs, watch repairing, Insurance or real estate office, collection agency, luggage and leather shop, radio and television repair, etc. I)f>;i5206. DESIRABLE sleeping room In modern home. Close In. ' Gentleman preferred. Phone (1701-9. 171 W. Berrien. COMPLETELY PRIVATE. Tile bath, kitchenette. 2 newly furnished modern morns for couple to enjoy, Call 95-2302. 3-ROOM APT., semi-furnished. 05-5007. EXTRA NICE 6-room bungalow, Stoker, Oarage. Northwest, $8,500. ACREAGE. 18,500. Can be financed. N, BROAD. Income, $14,500, Wanted: North Side Properties VICTORIA A. WATERS, REALTOR Phone 8-1402 Carr Bldg. 034 E, GROVE, 5-room homo, Living room, dining room, large kitchen, stool down, t bedrooms, new,-,, , r __ ,, bath up. Nicely decorated. Ooort ;B41. N, Kellogg basement, gas heat. Garage. Pos -I - — session. Reasonably priced. ;8-ROOM HOUSE. 4 ISLHJA DEETS DON DEETS B-1488 Realtors 4708 511 Bank of Galesburg $10,000 NORTHEAST. Attractive white frame bungalow. Large 11 v Ing room, picture window, spacious built-in kitchen, nice basement, oil furnace. Garage. Taxes $00, Worth considering, RALPU DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 007(1-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Heavy 0484-2 Eves 1330-5 FRED HUHGLAND, 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, $11,500. 218 Hill Arcade. _B-1551,_7513-0. _____ A. J. CLINE REALTY CO. Realtors FARM AND CITY PROPERTY A, J. Cline A. E. Meatherlngham FOR SALE 12-Apt. Bldg. with 9 garages and cottage. See DR. ADA CHAPMAN Ph. 1541-6 bedrooms, or 2 bedrooms and 2 -room apt. Nesr Weston School, bus, and town. Call 5010-9. 6-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW , j. iLong living room. Newly decorated. /-ucciroomi jjnrrlwood fi CIO rs. Built-in cupboards. Stairway to attic. Sun porch. Storms Miscellaneous—28 The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 1)1, Monday, October 19, 1963 U Floor Model Television Sale! Reg. $329 O.E, 17" Msh. Console $2.34.05 Reg. $379.93 RCA 17" Man. Console $244.95 Reg. $4R9.03 RCA 21" Mali. Console $379.95 Others Reduced over $100 All New '53 Sets Block & Kuhl Co. Dopp Hardware end screens. Stoker. Garage. Choice north location. Shown by appoint. men I. FRED A. JOHNSON, BROKER 057 N. Kellogg St. Phone 2502-5 Mrs. Scibert, Sales. Phone 3708-91 „. - -I PARKEHETTE LAWN SWEEPER 190 ACRES located near Nekoma. 7-1331 E. Main Phone 4RR3 room houRn with bath, hav and cattle' barn, extra large double crib, hog house, barn cattle shed on side, tool shed. Buildings all first class, land Is all llrncd and phosphated, woven wire fences. Phone 1544-8. W. A. Thompson Agency, Bk, of Gales. Bldg. P. M. Decker, Woodhull, phone Nekoma 5 on 2. Miscellaneous—26 NEW RANCH TYPE BUNGALOW Living room 12x18, 2 bedrooms, private den, bath, modern kitchen, and utility '• • rated, BATEMAN School District. 3-room house, 2 lots. Quick possession. $1500. CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR Robert Kelly, Salesman Room 3, Carr Bldg. Phone G67IJ-8 Why Save Rent Receipts? SAVE MONEY THROUGH HOME OWNERSHIP! BUNGALOWS room, all beautifully deco-!4 Rm. 2 bed. Mod. bath. Bsmt. Venetian blinds, insulated,! Furnace. $0850 Phone| 1219 Hill Arcade October Is The Month For Hallowe'en And Fall Parties The Largest Sr-loctlnn 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 Evrninps 7 to 9 p.m. MODERN SLEEPING ROOM. Berrien, Some meals If Gentleman preferred. Phone 2853-9 UPPER 3-ROOM APT. Furnished or partly furnished. All utilities furnished. Adults. No phone calls. 149S 9. Seminary. GARAGE — Two-car. Cement floor good roof and sides. 150 Maple Ave. eat forced air heat, storm windows 5 Rm. 2 bed. Bath. Bsmt. Fur and screens, 12x24 attached garage, nnce N.W Garage. $7-00 large "lot, landscaped and shade, J Rm. 2 bed. Bath. 'Jdwd firs. , Corbin's Auction House Shown by appointment only. Bcmt Aut. oil heat. Garage. N. ^rr_ m ] h V.ucu m Ji JU.M -ryryn TiV^CPirn location. $7500 039 S. Cedar Phone B -I4JJ l)\J13 fUOlUt 8 Rrn. 3 brd. Hdwd. firs. Bath. | Will Buy, Sell. Trade or Auction RTCAT, ESTATE Bsmt. Stoker heat. DbJ. garage. | Furniture, Tools, Antiques. l\L,i\U MJA1 ^ NW i oca tlon. $8000 Open 8:30 till 5:30. l ! inM .":'™5Ilm. Brick. 2 bed. Mod. bath. I Always Call 8-1433 for Your Auction RR2 E. I 809 FLORENCE AVE. 3 bedroom brick,! gas heat. Garage. $10.500 desired. gas heat, drapes, carpet, mirrors, LITTLE HOUSE. BIG HOUSE. LOW j -r >v ,- n .T ,r>m i !S TV antennai garage, $17,000. Phone' PRICE OR HIGH, SEE US BEFORE; 2 -PC. BEDROOM 8194-4. I VOU BUY! STEPHENS, BROKER 110 N. Seminary Marv Stephens K. Stanners 8-1230 3640-5 H Quiinhy Wm. Undprwood 8-1223 _.. 324f,-2 USED OIL HEATERS $20 and up Large Selection. BROWN LYNCH SCOTT 244 __E ^_Maln Phone JM2SG Convert Now to Gas TIM KEN CONVERSION BURNERS Designed to Fit All Furnaces and Boilers. Terms to Fit Your Budget. Phone for Free Estimates. SPANGLER'S 433 E. Main Phone 8-1318 RANGE—Coal and wood, with reservoir. Very good, good baker and warming oven. Reasonably priced. Call 7080.8 after 3:30 p.m. GAS STOVE—Apt, size, excellent condition, $78; roll-away bed, $20. Inquire Labor Temple Club, 52 N. Prairie. KITCHEN RANGE—Monarch, combination gas and coal. Good baker, 1494 South Pearl. Cheer Up Chores! Storm Windows! By Ingersoll Borg-Warner Co. Highest quality Aluminum Combination Windows-Doors, Save $$$$. Be/ore buying, get our prices — see these units. II. J, Wasson Co., 152 W. Main St. 1558-6. SLEEPING ROOM - On first floor, suitable for 2 employed ladles or gentlemen. Private ball). No drinking. Call evenings. 855 E. Main. Phone 3790-9. FOR RENT—3-room unfurnished apt. at 311 E. South St., Knoxvtlle. Phone _95-2598, 3-ROOM unfurnished upper apt. Private bath, entrance, Insulated. Heat, hot water furnished. Close In. Prefer adults. 818 E. Main. NICE CLEAN front sleeping room. FOR SALE A home and approximately six acres of all tillable black soii, in a nearby, community with excellent schools.! The house can be used as two units.: A real bargain at $0,500. ;A. J. CLINE REALTY CO - 4664 A. J. Cline A. E. Meatherlngham! Real Estate Wanted—25 Harvest Oak. Triple dresser and bookcase headboard Reg. $184.95, Sale $159.88 Montgomery Ward & Co. 225 E. Main RAY SIMMONS AGENCY 3-Bed. Bung. 12x16 brcezoway. Garbage disposal. Carpeted living room. Large 1-car garage. Insulated. Com blnation storms. Very nice, hard district. 6-Rm. Brick. About Hi A. land on FROM OWNER by elderly couple—4 or : DHOPLEAF TABLE, antique walnut: 5 room modern home or 2-bedroom. grand piano, $325; 2 wing fireside utility home. Reasonably priced. chairs; dining room set; mahogany -.-Pi 15 "-.... 7143 " 8 - : console table. Call 95-2932. 108 N. Lom- YEAR AROUND COTTAGE at Lake West, Knoxvllle. biter-Mail. B ° X M ' C/ ° NURSE'S UNIFORMS, "nylon, size USED WASHERS $14.95 up REFRIGERATORS $29.95 up Fully Guaranteed ARLING'S Phone 4500 Main at Cherry 4685 SI2ES S-14-I6 M-18-20 1-4CM2 Select Committees For Legion Auxiliary At Alpha Meeting ALPHA—Nlneteen members and a guest attended the meetJfitf Wednesday night of the Oxford Legion Auxiliary At the home of Miss Ann Padavich, Assisting hostesses were Mrs, Tony Buban Sr, and Mrs, Bernard O'Deay. Mrs, Eric Streed gave the prayer, and the meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Joe Buban, Mrs. Streed reported on the 18th district meeting held recently at Abingdon and Mrs. Ted Bork gav« a report on the party given for the East Moline State Hospital. U was decided to make 60 candy tray favors for the veterans hos» pital at each meeting, Christmas gifts will be sent to Oxford Town, ship service men. Announcement was made of the Henry County Council meeting at Galva Tuesday. Hostess committee for November is Mrs. Laverne McKce, Mrs. Lawrence Barton and Mrs. Elmer Beck. Cash donations were made to each of the eight point program and to'the "Yanks Who Gave" project. Mrs. Buban appointed the following committee chairmen: Americanism, Mrs, William Jones; Auxiliary loan fund and education of orphans of veterans, Mrs. Sidney Cole; child welfare, Mrs. Richard Kutledge; civil defense, Mrs. Stanley Hernstrom; Gold Star, Mrs. Duane Anderson; junior activities, Mrs. Lawrence Barton; legislation, Mrs. Ted Bork; membership, Mrs. Max Lutrell; members liaison, Mrs. Vera Hurstrom; music, Mrs. Ralph jKelly; national security, Ann ;Padavich; Pan-American study, jMrs. Louis Engstrom; past presidents' parley, Mrs. Dean Kelly. Also, poppy, Mrs, Eric Streed; 38, hard road. Hwd. iloors. Close In, 2-Bed. Ranch Type. Stone School. Gas heal. Attached garage. Hwd. floors. Very nice. everything modern. Close in, on bus'4 & i lath . Breezeway. Garage. Stok. _prlced very reasonable. Phone 7648-8. BUNGALOW, 4 rooms or more, or rnnK ~nnr-«! '.'•> "n*u =»t». s TTUIT house with 4 rooms first floor. Cash,, R°v;iK„n M V ?1 h u«i r? no acenl. Reasonably priced. Box 1 R ' wilson - 798 E - *°"rth. 1401-0. 042, c/o Register-Mall, lino. Kitchen and laundry nrivl lepcs if ricalrod. 289 Maple. Phone 0760-0. Wanted to Rent—23 Miscellaneous—26 179 E. Waters Phone 2244-2 KLIEN Roll-Away Nests keeps eggs clean. GERALD WEAVER HATCHERY, Willlamafleld, III. Livestock—20 BOAR3—Purebred Hampshire. Good ones. Corrledale rams. Ford Whip. pie, Route 3, Galesburg. Phone 8068-0. SUNBEAM" FARM Purebred Duroc boar»,' tested, vaccinated, dark red with lota of length. Purebred Hereford bulls, polled or horned, priced reasonable. Will deliver. Hi miles south, I mile east, V* south of Appleton Corner, Route 150. Epli Hughes, Gilsan, III. ¥lGS-68, white." around - 100 lbs.; 8 piggy sows; 2 boars. Frank H. Peterson, 5 ml. north on Rt. 150, 3 west. Phone 8031-4. BOARS—Registered Hampshire*. Long and rugged. Some weigh up to 300 lbs. Dlsense free. Claire Pottorf, Rio, 111. POLAND CHINA BOARS. Outstand- 'ln? meat types. Farm on Rt. 9, S',i miles N.E. Bushncll. Bcatty Bros. 2-Bedroom Unfurnished Apt. Wanted by Register-Mall employe. Boy 4 and Infant, Prefer north side. A-l references. PLEASE PHONE 2773-0 er heat. Quick possession, 10 A. Near Knoxvllle. 5-rm. modern 1 home. New barn. Very good loca-J MUREEN HARDWARE CO. tlon, 1 7-Rrn. Hi bath, Stoker heat. N.E. Will contract. $6,500. 416 Hill Arcade Phone B-1422, 5022-0 Art Jacobson 0487-2 Bill Davis 1004-2 Parkwette lawn sweeps and lav/n supplies. 42 N. Prairie. 7112-6. MULLEN REAL ESTATE 41!) Bond! Bldg. TWO OR THREE bedroom unfurnished 1N.E.—3-bdr. brick, close in, good deco- apt., or house wanted by responsible couple with two children. Please call 7188-2. 3-ROOM lower unfurnished modern For SKELGAS The Supreme Bottle Gas, See LUKE'S 45 S. Prairie 2840-8. BUSINESS MAN and wife desire 3 to 5 room furnished or unfurnished apt. or house. Phone 2206-4. WANTED to rent or buy—5 ov 6 room house In Galesburg by November 15th. Reliable couple, no children. Write to Robert Whlpkey, P.O. Box 481, Pot-dam, N.Y. THREE 4 or 8 room homes or apts. wanted where children are permitted. Call 4730. URGENTLY NEEDED, place for 3 stock cows. 2 calves, for winter and spring. Will tend them myself. Phone 8048-8. ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Proven Bulls Six Breeds HORNBAKER ANIMAL HOSPITAL Phone 8-1543 BOARS—Spotted Poland China, also Z Hampshlres, purebred, tested, vaccinated. Priced to sell. A rating 4-H Club Show. James Ramp, 2 l ,fc ml. northeast Gllson, III. HAMPSHIRE BOARS — I registered senior yearling and 8 young boars farrowed In March 1053. Utter mates to Knox County 4-H champion gilt. All blood tested and eligible to register. Raymond Benson, Maquon, III. Phone Mldrilegrove BR7, or l a ,i ml, north of Mlddlesrove. POLAND CHINA BOARS] Medium type, excellent for crossbreeding. Guaranteed, tested. Priced to sell. James Litchfield, 312 Galesburg Road, Knoxvllle. 03-3686. » HEAD QUALITY Herefords, weigh 700 lbs., 18c lb. Sell to anyone with home locker also. 1752 Grand_ Ave. BULLS — Purebred Polled Shorthorn, serviceable age. Farmer's prices. Also good calves suitable for club projects. O. W. Symonds, 1 mile north of Victoria. Ill, Real Estate (or Sale—24 COMFORTABLE 3 - bedroom utility type bungalow. Nice southeast residential neighborhood. Priced below today's real estate market for quick sale. We Invite your Inspection. Dial 7140-7. OWNERS MEAN BUSINESS. Your opportunity to buy lovely bungalow or 3 -bcdroom home at bargain price. Also bargain In apt. Call today to see these homes. A. U. Johnson Realty, Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales. 453 Jefferson. 4575. $8,750 W.- TOMPKINS. Income or family home.- 5, modern bath down; 4, bath up. Separate entrances. Hardwood floors. Newly decorated. Cement basement, oil heat. Garage. Nice lot. RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 83 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 rations, gas heat, garage. $15,500. N.E.—3-bdr. brick bungalow, large llv lng rm., modern kitchen, cementi„. „, ., . basement, gas heat, garage, quick jELECI RIC RANGE, Westlnghouse, 2 1 years old, excellent condition, $100. 422 N.W. 5th St., Galva, III. Phone 433-M. possession. Z ?k?* nieA by eldcrIv ladv - Phone 'EAST—4-apt., close In, on bus, hoLair 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 GUARANTEED SERVICE and parts on all sewing machines. Round bobbin sewing machines, $10. 30 years ex? erlence. The Sewing Machine Shop, 4 S. Seminary. Phone 2215-2. N.W.—7 rooms, furnace, garage, ccllcnt neighborhood. Close In. duecd for quick sale. $7,000. N.E.—7 rooms, stoker. Garage. Low taxes. Immediate possession. Will G.I. $4,500. S.E.—Brick. Can be converted ta 3 apts. Stoker. Storms, Double garage. Large lot. Low taxes. Shown by appointment. NICE extra large lot. N.E. $2,000. G. W. PARKINS. REALTOR Phone 8-1288 Eves. 3865-7, 0183-6 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. 8-1551. 7513-6. WANTED; 200 to 300 head feeder pigs. Call collect. LaVerne Estes, Canton, 111. Phone 2057-W. BOARS—Registered Hampshlres. New blood lines, double treated, Bang's free. Also, Polled Shorthorn bulls. a Stegall FarmB, Victoria. PUREBRED' Poland China spring boars, good type and breeding—Also some purebred Shorthorn club calves. John Laughead, Alexis, 111,, R.R. 1, BOARS, GILTS, RAMS. Well grown, medium type boars, tested, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders, priced to sell. Durocs, Berkshlres, Poland Chinas, Chester Whites and Hamp­ shlres are available, We are offering Suffolk and Hampshire rams ready for service. Knox­ vllle F.F.A. Chapter. Inquire at Knoxvllle High School. Phone 88-3568 or 85-3686. BOARS — Poland China, registered. Good quality, reasonable prices. 10 open gilts, eligible to register. Phone 85-3910. Myron Dempsey, Gllson. Wanted to Buy—21 SHOTGUNS WANTED. Spot cash for used shotguns. Buying anything, any condition except bolt action. Also buying revolvers, old or new, Gil Hebard Guns, Knoxvllle. 95-3473. YARDE REAL ESTATE 419 Bondl Bldg. A VERY NICE two-bedroom bungalow In Batcman School Dlst. Has full basement, gas heat, plastered walls. Automatic washer goes with this home. Phone now for appointment. $8,500. Dale Knlss, Salesman Ph. 8-1274 Eves. 7918-5, 1831-0 KNOXVILLE—6 room modern home. 3 decorated. Fireplace, stoker heat, rooms down, 3 and bath up. Well garage and large lot. $8,750. Wayne Goodale Realty Co. 7824-8 or 2980-0, or Mrs. Alters, 5446-0, INCOME PROPERTY, East Main. 5- room apt. with bath down. 3-room apt with ball) up. Private entrance. Stoker heat. Double garage. Large lot. Good condition throughout. $9,250. Wayne Qoodale Realty Co. 7824-6 or 2980-8, orJ>1__ Alters, 5446^. FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR KNOXVILLE. Business building, 5- room apt. up. 3 bedrooms, gas heat, f irivate entrances, basement. Build- ng suitable for any type business. Immediate possession. $8,500, • Make Offer. J18 Hill Arcade. 8-1551, 7513-6. YARDE REAL ESTATE 418 Bondl Bldg. NEW 3 -BEDROOM RANCH STYLE BUNOALOW, located in Willard School Dlst, Full basement, gas heat, storms, screens, etc. Excellent decorations throughout. Has been G.I. appraised for asking price of $12,800, Possession on date of settlement. For appointment to see this home phone Pale Knlss, 8-1274; eves. 1818-3. GOOD USED ping pong table, electric train, also Ice cream freezer, gallon size or over. Boy's bicycle wanted. Write Box 830, c/o Register-Mail. £,OT— 2 or 3 spaces wanted in Hope Cemetery. Write Box 646, c/o Reg- lster-Mall. For Kent —22 JM PLOYED LADY will share her apartment with another lady. Phone J2858-0. yURNISHED APT. on third floor. 3 rooms and bath, private entrance. Adults only. No pets. Phone 8278-8, SLEEPING ROOM with large closet in modern northside private home Near bus line. Inquire at 683 N, Cedar. BOB FOSTER City and Farm Properties All Types of Financing qi9 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1548 HOMES — HOMES Knoxvllle . Galesburg - Knox County DALE H. BRAGG, BROKER KNOXVILLE MULBERRY — 7-room family home or Income. Close in. Commercial zone. 4 rooms, new bath down. 3 rooms up. Nicely decorated. Insulated. Cement basement, stoker heat, stool. $8,000. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 51M3ank qfGalesburg FAMILY HOME, well located. Can be financed on contract to responsible party. $8500. For further Information call CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR Phone_6fl78-6 Room 3, Carr Bldg. A LADY needed the money worse than this diamond ring. She paid $95. You can have It for $33.75. Gumblner's, 65 S. Seminary. 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 6881-3 or 6678-6 PITTSBURGH PAINTS Look Better Longer. Free Books on Color Schemes. Ask for Yours Today. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. 247 E. Main Phone 4255 tern (Note: Send pattern orders direct to Chicago. Watch address below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office.) Cheer up chores with a pretty, new; apron. Thl3 one is hrlght and gay as_, .•,•:(., «»„„ fr„»... ti..u„- T» . a sunny morning with simple embrofd-.PUMC'ty. Mrs. Tony Buban Jr.; ered tulips. For frosting on the cake, radio, Mrs. Bernard O'Deay; re£M» c ^ n r,n d - d l\ Tieh ll!, ckrac l- $Z habilitation, Mrs. Dean Kelly; vet- wide straps—tney never ever slip off I • , •! , Pattern 4683: Misses' Sizes Small (14, erans' craft exchange, Mrs. David 16); Medium (18, 20); Large (40, 42). Beck; coupons, Mrs. Laverne Mc- fn™deri kes 2 yards • !5 ' inch ' Transfer Kee; ways and means, Mrs. Stan- This pattern easy to use, simple to ley Hurstrom; sunshine fund, sew is tested for fit. Has complete Mrs. Gene Collingwood; and illustrated instruction. ru -\ r t*~ n e o-,^ . send Thiuy-fiv. cents in coins for .Christmas and service men, Mrs. [this pattern—add 5 cents for each pat- Eugene Jordan. for Ist-cl'ass mailing. Send to: BAND INSTRUMENTS . . . Rent-!^ n " e , A , da , m !i care ° f . Ga '" bu I, g R _f ', s ' i Before-You-Buy plan at Byerly- ,,er - MaiI > Pattern Dept., P.O. Box 6710, n 1 TV • I 1 Gamble Music * B?in_? your boy a/d f^So «».">• Pjlnt »*»«•! Royal Neighbors at girl in for a Music Aptitude Test— ADDRESS with ZONE; SIZE, STYLE 1 ' 15 talk to the band teacher at school— (NUMBER. then rent a brand new Pan Amerl-i can for 8 weeks trial. Rental de-' _. posit applies as down payment when; Police Interfere you buy. Phone 7394-6 for information. SPECIAL General Electric Swivel Top Vacuum Cleaner Reg. $89.95, Now $49.95 BLACK BROS. Main at Seminary DINING ROOM SUITE, modern limed oak. Like new. Table and 1 exten sion leaf, 4 chairs and buffet. Suit able for small dining room or living- dining room combination. Phone 3543 -2. FLASH your own pictures with one of our easy to use cameras. Birthdays, anniversaries, family get-togethers are perfect occasions. Midwest Photo I Service, 158 N. Broad St. Phone 6474-6. jAJtona in Meeting ALTONA — The Altona Royal Neighbors met Thursday after» , AT • T i noon * n ' ne Legion Hall, with a In Lawn Mowing Job fair attendance. The district dep. TOLEDO, Ohio UP) — A laxpayerjuty, Mrs. Ruth Riley, was present, telephoned police and said he! The meeting was called to order wanted written permission to mow by the oracle, Ida Simpson, The his lawn in his underwear. traveling basket was reported on Sorry, said Desk Sgt. Vincent; and it was asked to try and have Kwapich, you'd better wear a the basket completed and back to swimming suit. No, answered theirs. M. W. Collinson by the No- nature lover. It's a free country jV ember meeting. The relief com and it's shorts for me. The sergeant's phone rang again The man was wearing his ab and the it. pu . p99i brevia.teds Ph. 48?.2; didn - t like THREE NEW-TYPE hot water radia tors and new ornamental covers for each. Priced to sell. Phone 1332-6 or may be seen at 1042 N. Cherry. Don't Buy Until You Have Seen Our Used Appliance Bargains GALESBURG GAS SALES E. C. RInglien, Owner 425 E, Main Phone 2211-6 CALL 6870-2 8 rooms of household furniture. Rent and Try Before You Buy THAT Band or String Instrument Piano, organ rentals — lessons at BENEDICT MUSIC CO. 64 So. Cherry Trade-In Sale! UP TO $40 ALLOWANCE On Your Old Washer When Traded In On Any G,E. WASHER. Prices Start at $114.85 Terms as low as 112 Down, $1.25 per Week GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES Kellogg and Simmons Sts. mittee reported that Mrs. Pearl Andrews was a patient in the Methodist Hospital in Peoria. All neighbors:members are asked to send greet' ings to her. since. A police squad scurried to the: it was voted to hold the No- scene, They made a short case V ember meeting in the Boy Scout out of it. They ordered him into.Cabin, and Mrs. Esley asked to something longer than shorts. And.b e hostess at their gathering. The the police have had no complaintsjdraping of the charter for Mrs. Louise Nelson was held at thi» time, Mrs. Carl Swanson read the poem "One By One" and a prayer was given by Jennie Theesfield. Mrs. Ida Simpson was at the piano and played during the ceremony. Following the ceremony, thf oracle, Ida Simpson, was called home due to the accident of her Stupid Reds Walk !ln Front of Trains HONG KONG CP) — It appears that the people of Red China, as in other countries, fail to "stop, color, Ansco Color. Shop, 84 S. Prairie. Illinois Camera FALL COLORS AHEADi Get your'LEAVING ciTY-3 rooms furniture in-ijook and listen" when they cross; „ color, film now, Kodachrome, Koda-1 kitaenhden ' was'^g "mTchfre : railwa y s - The dea ' h to11 is too daughter, Harriet. Mrs. Riley $1,000, or will sell separately, pwico high, says the Peiping Peoples closed the meeting. 11-ft. refrigerator, $200; Deluxe Tap- Daily, Followinff the uennv drill th« a B WW.»'S !il 4 Communist paper reportsLSg ^losS wrfh prayer. A chair, Fiexi-steel, $275, cost $425 216 deaths in a five -months span I tray lunch was served by Mrs. new: desk andi chair. $25^ co^Keejn t h e Harbin, Manchuria, distnct ;Leroy Simpson and Mrs. M. W. 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 25 ACRES, well improved. Second road north Cozy Inn, l',_ miles west, ',_ mile north. Carter Purl, Route 1, Rio. Galesburg Real Estate Ag'cy •31 Hank ol Galesburg Bldg. N.E.—3 bedrooms, very nice. __$15,500 N.W.—Brick Bungalow. 1 yr. old. 3 bedrooms $15,000 N. CHERRY—Nice Bungalow „I12,000 S.W.—3-bedroom home I 5,500 MODERN HOME — 1 Acre, 8 ml. North t «,800 15 ACRES—Close to Knoxvllle $ 8,500 JOHN POGUE, REALTOR Ralph Pogue John Leahtgh 8250-6 16FW-7 5B75-9 CAST IRON PIPE 5,500 ft. Bell & Spigot pipe 12" diameter, 12' 4" lengths, 1 inch wall thickness. Like new condition. Erman-Howell Division LURIA STEEL & TRADING CORP. 332 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, 111. Wab. 2-0250 BY OWNER—1-year-old brick bungalow. 9 bedrooms, one knotty pine wood, kitchen also knotty pine, separate dining room. Wide staircase to attic with possible 2 rooms. Closed In porch, possible den or bedroom. Large lot. Located 253 Ma_pl«_Aye_. j'-BEDROOM HOME. Close to Willard school, Good decorations. Oak floors. Gas heat. $10,500. 3-BEDROOM HOME. Northwest. Oak floors. Gas heat. Good garage. Concrete drive. $9,500. fl ROOMS on 1 floor. South. 3 bedrooms. Good basement. Large garage. Chicken house. Full lot. $8,000. HENSHAW. REALTOR 1198 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Qulglev, Sales — 6155-2 SPACIOUS 3-bedroom brick. N.W. Bateman School. Large living room, fireplace, modern kitchen, beautiful bath. AH rooms on 1 floor. Full basement, gat furnace, stool, garage. Television, new gas stove Included. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg 3 ROOMS and bath, unfurnished. Prl yate entrance. No pets. Call 8112 -4, 1 ROOM furnished for light houaa keeping. Everything furnished. Sleeping room. Near oath, continu- oushot water. 484 N. Seminary. SLEEPING RO0MS. Singla and double. Innersprlng mattresses. Continuous hot water. Near bath. Stoker heat. Gentlemen only. 1080 N. Prairie. BOB FOSTER 219 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1548 BRICK BUNGALOW—Northeast loca tlon, 5 rooms, bath, fireplace, nice basement, stoker, water heater, softener, storms, screens, Insulated. A good buy at $14,750. 8-ROOM BUNGALOW—Good location, hardwood floors, insulated, new furnace, garage, large lot. $8,500. NEW MODERN HOME— 4 rooms, bath, tun porch with 8x21 plate glass front, full basement, electric water heater, 18x24 garage, chicken house, 1 acre with fruit, located In Altona. $8,000. BUILDING LOTS — Near Galesburg Heights Addition Can be bought on contract. All 8 for $2,000. WE ALSO HAVE other good listings i of hornet, acreages and farms. THE LATEST in a fine home. New brick ranch type bungalow. Arranged for 3 or 3 bedrooms. Fireplace open on 3 sides. The most beautiful ceramic tile bath. Twin pane windows throughout. Garage attached. Lot 80x120. Northwest. $24,500. HENSHAW, REALTOR 1196 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Quigjey, Sales — 6155 -2_ NORTHWEST LOCATION. 5-room bungalow, newly decorated Inside and out, new roof, gas heat, lated, stairway to attic, decorated full basement; garage, overhead door. Lovely yard, Low taxes. Will sell G.I. Phone 6128-7. WATER PUMP—Everready electric, \'< h.p. Like new. Make offer. Child's 5-car electric train, some accessories. 417 Burgland Ave. OIL HEATER. Safeway. Equipped with blower. 5-room capacity. Good condition. $30. 567 E. Fremont. GAS STOVE, tabletop; white oak dinette set; also two coon dogs. John R. Wilson, 798 E. Fourth. Phone 1491-0. ROLL-AWAY BED, 8x12 cloth rug, metal wardrobe, General Electric sweeper and attachments, coffee table. Inquire 484 Maple Ave. DINING ROOM TABLE, oak, round; 6 chairs; combination china closet. 8273-9, 78 N. Farnham. USED LUMBER Suitable for garage or other building. Shoe base attachment for angle outs witli Mall 60 portable saw, 1087 E. North. NORTH — 2 -bedroom 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 4318 Wm. Qulglev, Sales — 6155-2 PEARS—$1 bushel. Bring your own containers. P. A. Wilson, 105 Third St., East Galesburg. DUO-THERM oil heaters authorized dealer—Bill's Appliance Sales and Service, 586 N. Henderson St. 6172-6. McFall Monument City Limits — W. Main — Galesburg J. P. MOFFET Is located in shop at rear of house at 288 N. Henderson. 3818-6. Clocks, watches sold, repaired. JERIS HAIR TONIC, reg. 83c. Jeris hair oil. reg. 40c, both for 79c. Red Cross Drug Store, Main and Semi nary. table, $20; leather top round table. ianf T ni " f Hpn « n ThP P P ninVi^ r ^«.^«» 1,1 ' $15: Axis rose ail wool rue and pad,i ana 74 accidents in tne Feipmgj Collinson. Mrs. Scott Lawrenct $50; $15; tan tapestry rocker (platform), district last year. red tapestry rocker (platform). 1 "These accidents mostly occur cn°a : ir, r^ r c 0 oTerh"g. te $5: ? s 7 t 5 eei Jiffidue to the masses lacking common $20; Norge wringer type washer, $5o : jsense about railway traffic, was drain tuh, $2^50; green foot stool, S3: lt h e paper's sharp comment. floor lamp, $5. Inquire 1092 Grand r r r Ave.. Upstairs. REFRIGERATOR Montgomery Ward, $25, phone 3023-2, 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 Co. Broad & Ferris Phone 4216 Hallowe'en Costumes for rent. Children's and adults. 797 E. Fourth St. DAVENPORT and chair, $20: gas 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; corner cupboards; bed complete, $20; 12 ga. single barrel shot gun, $8; 16 ga. bolt action shotgun, $18; sewing machine; NEW SPINET PIANOS, also ANTIQUES. Lawson Trading Post, the Big Red House, 2047 Grand Ave. Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.rn. ELECTROLUX CLEANERS Special P/lce — Like New, Floor Waxers to fit your Electrolux. HIGGINS ELECTRIC SHOP 1065 E. Main Phone 6838-6 OIL BURNER—Kenmore, double burner, fan. Copper tubing, connections, two SO-gal, oil drums included. 303 S, Timber, Knoxvllle. 85-8383. HOME RESALE SHOP 771 E. Knox St. Phone 3043-3 FLOYD W. SARGEANT H. A. YELTON Realtors. 185 S. Cherry. 4148. Buy now I Avoid apt, or house hunting worries in winter. IN KNOXVILLE. Recently repaired 8- room house with 5 acres, modern conveniences. Call 88-3779. WE BUY AND SELL used furniture, Coffey's AucUon Co., 771 West Main, 1591-8. 1953 DuMont TV Deluxe Console with doors Reg. $425, Sale $349.85 Use Beyburc'g Easy Payment Plan Reyburn Hdwe. 319 E. Main Phone 8-1860 Mulberry Hobby Shop All Craft Master Subjects Available Liquid Trl-Chero Paint 881 Mulberry Phone 2633-0 AWNINGS, nearly new. Used 2 years. 9 single, 2 double, 1 triple window. Brown and white striped. Cost new •ISO. The lot 150. Phone 6418-4. NEW 20 in. TV; Good used gas range; Baby buggy; Refrigerator: Washer: Radio; Living room suite: Miscellaneous furniture. Phone 8311-8. ELECTRIC RANGE, bathroom fixtures, window sash. Call after 6 pan. 1637-0. 10% Off On All Shopmaster Too I sky Fair Director Pays Off With Peanuts Was SPRINGFIELD, Mo. OR — K. G. Wells, director of the Ozark Era- ,pire Fair, got an emergency call NOW |on the public address system. Band Saw . $87.50 $78.75! Fairgrounds police • sent him Drill Press $48.95 $44.06'hurrying to the grandstand where 7-in. Saw $45.95 $41.36 *' S >? un S S0 ". Keith - WaS Waitin 6 for nlm. Planer and Jointer $49.50 $44.55: « You want me? » WeUs asked Lathe $49.95 $44.96) "Yes, Daddy, I waat some Saber Saw _ $17.95 $16.16|peantlts." GAMBLES 420 E. Main Phone 45U PIANO—Free for the hauling, between 12 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. £. Fremont St. Call 1799 Not Recommended for Newspaper Week Copy ALLENDALE, S.C. IS) — This is the way the Allendale County REFRIGERATOR, apt. size. Frigidaire, I Citizen noted the closing by the in "working" condition, new "unit re-'government of a stream in the centiy. cheap. May be seen at 271 ; Atomic Energy Commission's nearby H-bomb materials plant area: Fulton St. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY received the door prize. C. Itolland Rylander and a group of F.F.A. boys stopped at the Clell Rylander home on their way t<j Kansas City where they attended the F.F.A, national convention. May Commercialize On Thistle Crops HERMISTON. Ore. Lfl — Thistle* are being'suggested asa cash farm crop instead of wheat. Dr. Carl Larson of the Umatilla Field Sta» tion says the safflower, a member of the thistle family, might do well on Pacific Northwest lands being taken out of wheat production under the new acreage control* program. The suggestion came originally from George Penrose, Union Pacific Railroad agricultural agent at Portland, Ore. He said safflow. er oil is used in paints because of its high protein content. Device Makes Stops SSV /t Monda y v fill S w.t2. b ^ th'SjOn Hill* Possible rsons that Monday, November A lr , lfln , c ; „ iho * „ ~t *>,_ c.,„o„„„iJ cniiw mrun T,„I I. persons 1953, is the claim date in the estate of ROSE C11ENELER, 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. JOSEPH CHENELER, Executor. Kenneth J. Peel, Attorney. 10/6-12-19 Oneida WSCS Sets Wednesday Breakfast ONEIDA — The October meet- plants in the area of the Savannah! SOUTH BEND, Ind. Lfl — On«j River and while the waters might automobile manufacturer (Stude. not hurt you, the property isbaker) has installed an anti-creep AEC's responsibility and you ain't'device in his automatic transmis- welcome. Besides if you were a!sion. The device includes a "hill, spy you might be able to tell fromlholder" that automatically holds sampling the water how's the H-!cars on uphill stops, bomb business. You'd probably doj This improvement, say the engi- it by counting the tegumenters in;neers, will permit a girl to powder one drop of water and then count ing the drops in the stream which multiplied and subtracted would equal X and that, as you know, marks the spot. But don't tell Mr. Five by Five." Close Traffic to All ing of the w.s.c.s. of the Meth -|But Big Black Bears odist Church will be an apron; TITP p P R T A v V K V I«_T_V breakfast Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. TUPPER LAKE, NY. (fl-Jay* ° , "suuc.uaj at walking bears created a traffic V^^Tto A ^ African Ugion apron, an unusual one or one with f™? 1 * « £f m P near thls Adlron a history which would add to the, aacc ^ ™ l *}>i- Kq „,„ „„ atmosphere of the gathering. f So man> ' bear ? be * an wandering Son Born AVON — Mr. and across the road connecting the Paradise Point and Horseshoe Lake camping areas to get at Rayledible refuse left by campers and Tailors, 84 S. Seminary. NEW SHIPMENT of gabardine trench coats. Crease • resistant, durable,. Avnxr J „„ water repellent, silk lined. Most pop- L AVON —• Mr. and Mrs , ular dress coaj. Special $19.95. Bei!,Carnco, now living in Urbana.lmotonsts that the Legion decided are the parents of a son born to close the private road. It will be reopened, the Legion said, after the bears have been enticed away from the Camp premises. HOLLAND STOKER in good condition 3 years old E. Main. Oct. 12. Their first child, he has can be seen at 1034 j been named Geoffrey Craig. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. REFRIGERATOR, 8 CU. it, also elec- Arnold Carrico and Mr anH Mrs trie nut machine. Phone 6255-8 ori - ^ ar « CQ - a «°- Mr - * na Mrs. 2633-0. Corliss Powell, Avon. TV SET—Console. 14 in. Excellent condition. %a Blaine Ave. i BEAD THE CLASSIFIED ADS Nebraska's first oil well wa8 discovered near Falls City in 1839. her nose or a man to light his cigarette while waiting for the light to change without causing a catastrophe. Centenarian is Coy About Correct Age NEW BRITAIN, Conn. UP) — No one will ever know for sure whether Isaac A. Alkas was 124 or 127 years old when he died. His 90-year-old widow and state records gave his age as 127. Alkas always insisted, however, that h© was three years, younger. Son Born MAQUON—A ton was born to Mr. and Mrs. Max Sanford Friday at the Graham Hospital In Canton. This is the fourth child and second son. hull EE AD T11E CLASSIFIED AM

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