PAGE TEN ^^^j^^^^^^^^Mjd^m^y^ ANNOUNCEMENTS THE FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARD PHONE 3100 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11,1944 Card ot Thanfc* J •-AMK—we "wish to extend our sincere thanks to all those who helped us in ftny way during our recent bereavement! for the cards of • sympathy, the beautiful floral offerings; and the cars loaned. Mrs. Benjamin Fahr, Mr. & Mrs. Emil Wallmann, Mr, & Mrs. Chester Wallmann, Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Belknap. Mr, & Mrs. Roy Barmgre HODECKER—I wish to express my sincere thanks to my neighbors, friends, relatives and nurses for their gifts, cards and many kindnesses shown me while at the hospital. FRANK _HODECKER. LEOPOLD^We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all those who helped us in any way during our recent bereavement, for the cards of sympathy and the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. & Mrs. Carl W. Miller, Mr. <te Mrs. Henry Leopold, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Leopold, Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Wlrtjes, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Leopold. MEINERT—I wish to thank, my relatives and friends for the gifts, cards and visits during my stay at the hospital; also the nurses for their kindness. LEE MEINERT. MURPHY—I wish to thank my relatives, and friends for the flowers, cards, gifts and visits during my stay at the hospital. Also the sisters and nurses for their kindness and care. MRS. JOHN P. MURPHY PAULSEN—I wish to thank my relatives and friends for the cards and gifts while a patient at the Deaconess hospital. Also the doctor and nurses for their kindness. Mrs. Andrew Paulsen and Daughter Marcia Lynn. Rb"SEMEIE~R~We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for the kindness shown us during our recent bereavement; also for the beautiful floral offerings and cars donated. MRS. HERMAN ROSEMEIER, WILL TRADE—% ton Dodge pickup truck for light sedan or coupe with good tires. Inq. 1632 8. Oak. 2 ""WHEELTRAILER—With "4x8 box. Price $30. Inq. 1538 S. Chicago. _____ __. WINGART—For the cards and well wishes we received on our sixty- third anniversary of our marriage we wish to say thanks. Mr. & Mrs. George E. Wingart Personals ENJOY PRINCE CASTLES'—Hamburgers often. Only 7c. Made with ground beef . . . your choice of garnish^ WE'RE SETTLING—MiFra "Moth Im- munizer like "nobody's business." It's Dr. Geo. Washington Carver's ' sensational discovery. One application prevents moth damage 2 to 5 years. F. A. Bead Co. Announcements 8 FOR—Correct time pho'ne Main 2605. For Bulova, Elgin, Hamilton or Westfield watches see Moss Jewelry Co., 12 E. Stephenson St. "at Coming Events TON IGHT~—"Social activities Moose hall. 6CTOBER~i27~TirURSDAY— Social activities at Eagles' hall. OCT. 13—The Willing Workers of the M. church of McConnell will serve their annual chicken supper. Served from 5:30 until all are served, OCTOBER~T4, SATURDAY—9:30 Rummage sale at Moose hall by Women of the Moose.__ OCTOBER lirSATURDAY— 1 p. m Rummage sale at 119 S. Galena by Business and Professional Club of Y. W. C. A. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST Brown billfold. Reward. Return to this office. LOST—Bralded~brown zipper bag containing green billfold, Reward. Call Main 1921. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles for Sale 11 "AT HAyPERT Y S'" 25 USED CARS WANTED AT ONCE HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ANY MODEL USED CAR OR TRUCK 116 E. EXCHANGE NEXT TO SANITARY LAUNDRY Cash Imniinniedlately For Your Gar HIGHEST MARKET VALUE PAID PLUS EXTRA EQUIPMENT VANN MOTORS, INC. 1251-59 S. Galena Ave. Formerly Frank Ewlng Motor Sales 'EXPERT" RECAPPING TRUCK AND PASSENGER CARS NO CERTIFICATE NEEDED KLAPP MOTOR SALES __ypUR_ LOCAL NASH DEALER MODEL A"~FbRD~SEDAN for Sale. E. SdiHthting, Dakota, 111. QUALITY"USED CARS" WE BUY USED CARS THE AUTO MART 115 N. GALENA AVE. SELL US YOUR USED CAR RATHBUN AUTO SALES 115 N. Van Buren, State 421 SPECIAL ATTENTION LET OUR REPAIR SWPP RENE>y YOUR CAR NOW. WE SPECIALIZE IN FIRST CLASS BODY AND FENDER REPAIRING AND PAINTING. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT NOW FOR ANY NECESSARY REPAIRS NEEDED. WE SERVICE AND REPAIR ANV MAKE OF AUTO- BILE. WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB SERVICE AUTOMOTIVE Auto Trucks *nd t fuller* Auto Accessories, Tires, Paris 13 REBUILT MOTORS . Ford A $63.95 Also '33, '34, '35, '36, '37 V-8 motors '36, '37 Chevrolet blocks. Liberal trade-In allowance if re- buildable. SEARS AUTO STORE TIRES JUST RECEIVED STOCK OF RECAPPED TIRES 600-16 625-16 700-15 B. F. GOODRICH STORES of the B. F. Goodrich Co. 24 W. Main St. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 I EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—M«l» 1.1 CUSTODIAN WANTEO FOR THE 2ND PRES. CHURCH CALL MAIN 145, MAIN 1765 MAN—For maintenance and general shop work. W. E. Kautenberg Co, BOY'S— Bicycle for sale, Phone Lake 1468. regular size. Repairing and Service Stations 16 "BODY~AND FENDER~WORK MONROE CHEVROLET SALES HENNEY BUILDING ~ MOTORS Wheel Alignment — Balancing WE BUY USED CARS RADIATOR — REPAiRING NOW AT HILLE'S SINCLAIR SERVICE, JACKSON AND WALNUT. STATE 1899. GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP AND PRICES RIGHT. Wanted—Automotive 17 WANTED""" TO BUY—Large "late model car, for cash. Call Ridge 1701 or Main 3435. BUSINESS SERVICE Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 WANTED— \" Ashes and rubbish to haul. Phone West 1538. WANTED— Ashes and rubbish to haul. Phone West 2886. WANTED—Ashes""and "rubbish to haul. D. Moore, Kent 1949, formerly Lake 635. Painting, Papering, Decorating 26 YOU CAN—Paint the woodwork in the average kitchen with Nu-Enamel for only $2.95. Goodyear, 26 W. Exchange. Repairing: and Rcfinisliing 29 HARRY REINTS—Registered piano tuner, repairing and demothlng. All work guaranteed. Main 880. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—Female 32 PLEASE" (CALL AT WMC OFFICE FOR REFERRAL CARP woman wanted to work 11 to 3 at fountain. S. S. Krcsge Dollar store, corner Van Buren & Stephenson. WANTED™" JANITRESS—WRITE BOX E-6, J OU R NAL - STAN D AR D. WANTED— G irl or woman for housework. Stay or go home nights. Good wages. _state 282. or 2nd cook. S. MAN WANTED TO UNLOAD ORE AND COAL CARS FULL OR PART TIME GOOD WAGES Biuirge§§ Battery Co, WANTED—High school boy for work after school. B. B. Dye Works, 1448_S. Galena. _ WANTED—25~la"6orers" for construe^ lion work. Cheeseman Construction Co. WANTED—Truck drivers and yard men. Steady year around work. The H._A. Hillmer_Co. WAITED"— Mechanically Inclined man over 21. Steady work, good pay, opportunity for advancement. Yellow Cab Co. WANTED — Expe r Ie nc e d m a IT Ie d man to work on farm by year Must be able to furnish best of references. Tenant house with electricity. J. Clayton Kaul, Chadwick, III. 34 FINANCIAL t« hMMMM«*lt*f*i ON SALARY CAR—FURNITURE LIVESTOCK AND FARM MACHINERY BORROW $20 TO $300 Without endorsers or guarantors, Quick, private service. No credit Inquiries of friends or relatives. LOANS MADE TO FARMERS Cash Choose a Payment Plan You Get $ 25 50 75 100 150 200 300 6 pmts pmts $ 8.85 17.69 $ 9.24 26.54 35.38 52.98 70.53 9 pmts 12 pmts 13.86 18.48 27.66 36.78 55.10 5.03 7.55 10.07 15.04 19.96 29.76 at per LIVE STOCK Horses, Cattle, 6th*r Slot* 41 S. Kresge Lunch Dept. 1 W. Stephenson St. The Jtore with the corner entrance. _ ^G Tfls~f or~la ii nil ry~work~ . Experience not necessary. Apply at office for interview. Hiring done according to W. M. C. rut- ing, Sanitary Laundry, 120 E. Exchange. WANTED—Girl or. young woman tft assist in dental office. Pleasing personality. Essential. Good sal- ti ry and permanent position. Write Box E-10, Journal-Standard. WANTED "" ~ Girl for full time office work. Experience in use of calculating machine and typewriter. Permanent and interesting work and excellent opportunity to learn all office procedure including bookkeeping. Write Box E-3, Journal-Standard. WANTED GIRL FOR FULL TIME OFFICE WORK. INTERESTING WORK AND EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY. APPLY SEARS ROEBUCK WANTED A TRAINED OR PRACTICAL NURSE FOR LARGK INDUSTRIAL PLANT WRITE BOX B-17, JOURNAL-STANDARD Help Wanted—Male 53 BOYS—OVER~15 AS COMMUNICATION CARRIERS. FUUL OR PART TIME. APPLY WESTERN UNION, CARPENTER— Wanted for general farm work. Carl R, Olson, Freeport^Ill MAN—Wanted. Butcher~dcpt."~AJ> ply Rawleigh Farm, Harlem-Lena _rpad, Freeport. MEN"WANTED^" furnace""instair ers to help out in spare time. Phone Red 1115 between 5 and 7 p. m., . Help [Male and Female ELP2 HELP', HELPS WANTED MALE AND FEMALE SKILLED AND UNSKILLED ALSO TOOL AND DIE MAKERS AND MACHINISTS FOR STEADY, LIGH1 AND PLEASANT FACTORY WORK ON CRITICAL WAR MATERIAL CARRYING HIGHEST PRIORITIES Striucto Manufacturing Co. FREEPORT, ILLINOIS ALL HIRING IS DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH WMC REGULATIONS MEN OR WOMEN—25 to 54. Are you interested in permanent employment? We have an opportunity that will bo here after the war. We school you for management of our business and pay you while learning. If you are interested in your future see Mr. Sanderson, Freeport Hotel, Thursday and Friday evening 7 to 9 p. m. or write Jewel Tea Co. Inc., 808 S. Fourth St., Clinton, Iowa. Phone 4J_54J. WANTED—2 waiters or~wa"itresses j for extra evening work. Tel. Main 411. _ WANTED—Bookkeeper and ""typist. Man or woman 25 to 40. Permanent position. Freeport office. Write Box E-3, Journal-Standard. Salesmen, Solicitors, Agents 35 SALESMEN" WANTED^"Good~opportunity for post-war positions. Agc.s 2,'i to 40. Salary and commission. Freeport Farm Store, Carglll Feed Co. i 6.43 9.65 12.87 19.23 25.56 105.62 55.10 38.16 Payments include charges Household's rate, of 3^ . month on that part of a balance not exceeding $100, and 2'i% por month on that part of n balance in excess of $100. HOUSEHOLD. FINANCE CORPORATION 27 E. Stephenson St., cor. State St. 300 STATE BANK BLDG., 3RD FL. R. W. Blander, Mgr. Phone Main 137 Loans Arranged By Mail forOut-of- Town Customers. $ 100,00 COST ONLY 42c A WEEK AT LOCAL LOAN BASED ON SIX EQUAL MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOANS MADE IN NEARBY COMMUNITIES, WRITE TODAY Working men ana women can borrow from $25 to $300 on their signature only, or can use our furniture or auto loan plan.s. Confidential. Friends or employer not notified. If you prefer, phone for your loan before you stop in for your money. Above example figured on basis of 3% " pel- month LOCAL LOAN CO, UNDER STATE SUPERVISION Stephenson St. at Chicago Ave. 402 Smith Bldg. Phone Main 3460 Arthur J. McLean, Manager Immuned. M. W. Merman, Rock City, 111. _ PUREBRWD^-Polahd China" boars'. Weight 250 Ibs. Cholera im- muned. Merrill Gahm, Pearl City. PUBEBBEiS— ChcsteiF~Whlfe ""boars", Cholera Immune. Carl Block & Son._Pearl_City, m._ __________ PUREBRE'D— DuToc "boars," dark red, easy feeders, cholera Im- muned. Schubert Bras,, Woodbine, 111. _ __ PUREBRED — Yearling Guernsey heifer. Out of high testing cow. Worth the money. Dotson Black, Waddams Grove, 111^ PUREBRED— "ciiester^White "boars for sale. Cholera immuned. Del- bort Wilson, Rock City, 111, Phone Rock Grove 720. REGISTERED— Belgium ""stallion, 7 years old, silver mane, tail, chestnut. E. Vocht, Lena, tel, 176. REGISTEREb— ' Poland China male hogs for sale. Irvin Miche. Pearl City. _ REAL "GENTLE— OlcF work horse. Price $40. While 1873, George _Hunt. __ _ __ ; ___________ 2'~NYCE— " Lambs. 1 ewe. Cheap. Tel. Main _246l evenings. _ _ 2~bUROC "JERSEY— Male" "hogs, cholera immune. Glenn Kraft, _Red Oak, 111. _ 5 PUREBRED— Duroc boars for salt-. Cholera immune. Thomas Rodebaugh, Lena, 111. 6 "2-YEAR-OLD — Breeding ewes. Ted Gross' garage. Tel. Lake __2476, _ ~ 9 SUMMER PIGS For Sale. Tcl. Shannon 41, Evenings. 12 ""HOLSTEIN— HeifersT" to freshen soon. Also 1 Surge single uiilt for sale. Kaney Bros., Florence Station, 111. LIVE STOCK Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 NEW ZEALAND RA"BBITS—1 doe 2 years; 3 does, 1 buck. 6 months old. 4 2 months old. Write Gene Babcock % Eber Babcock, Ridott, 111., R. 1. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 BLACK— Poland China male hog, !'.» years old. LaVerne Miche. Pearl City. BR^WN~SW"ISS "BULL^For sale. 14 months old. Melvin Wingert, Lena, 111. Tel. 16027. BULLS— Rent or sell. 5 breeds. Springer heifers. Butcher steers. weight 500 to 1000. Oxford and Cheviot bucks. Work horses. 500 bushels 2nd year Vicland seed oats, Tractor plow with fertilizer attachment, used 1 year. Creosote triple box and wagon. Your choice with free trucking. Edward Herman. Lost Lake farm. 3 miles southeast of Dakota. Tel. Dakota _ _ _ __ CATTLE "b N~H A N D— AT" a 1 f" t im es. Wertheimer Cattle Co., Durand, 111. Phone 120. FINANCIAL Business Opportunities 38 "AGGRESSl"VE~b'EALER—Desires a luel oil connection. Write Box C- 20, Journal-Standard. NOTICE ALL ADVERTISEMENTS WHICH CONTAIN A JOURNAL-STANDARD BOX NUMBER MUST BE ANSWERED IN WRITING. SIMPLY ADDRESS REPLY TO THE BOX NUMBER PRINTED IN AD, CARE OF THE JOURNAL - STANDARD AND IT WILL BE CALLED FOR BY THE ADVERTISER. PLEASB PO NOT ASK US TO MAKB KNOWN THE ADVERTISER'S NAME. DAIRY—And feeder cattle. Lambs in carload lots. Finance if desired. Davis Junction Illinois Cattle Co. FOR~SALiE — Pufebred" Chester White boars. Leslie Meehan, Wlnslow, m. Phone 91-1. HOLSTEIN^^Cow for sale. Will freshen soon. Mrs. Fred Borchers, German Valley. FOR SALE~^ piirebred Chester White boars and gilts. Cholera immune. Good feeding qualities. Wm. Schubert, Stockton. Phone 97R6. __ FOR SALE—New western saddles. Sorrel saddle horse, 6 years old. Choice of 16 head of horses, sorrels, roans and greys. Edw. C. Drake Forreston, 111. Tel. 18-20. _ bulls of serviceable age. Very good quality and excellent breeding. Try to see these bulls before you buy. Also offering one of our herd bulls. A tried sire that has produced good individuals. Newcomer Bro., Mt. Morris,Jll. Phone 977-22. FRESH^And springing cows and heifers. Serviceable bulls. Bull calves. Carnation breeding. Purebred Holsteins. Homer Curtlss, Stockton,_IU. _ HOLSTEIN^Arid Guernsey heifers for sale or will trade on good team of work horses. Also 2 black face sheep bucks. Herman Bamberg, State 1186 Freeport, 111. North Henderson_Road. _ _ MASTITIS VACCINATibN"— We have the only bacterial vaccine made especially to overcome the Streptococcus Agalactiae infection which causes Mastitis. No other one like it. This explains the superior results secured from its use. Se us at once. The George H Conn Co., 122 N. Chicago Ave., Freeport, 111. PUREBRED—Spotted Poland China boars. You will like them. Perry Kellner, _Pearl_City. PUREBRED—Spotted Poland China boars. Herman Krum, Forreston. Tel_4930.__ _ PUREBRED —"Spotted "Poland China stock hogs. Frank Albertus, Ridott. tel. Dakota 3732. PUREBRED—Spotted Poland boarg". Cholera umnuned. Harry Kuebj, Orangeville. Tel. 1334. 2 BULLS—1 Holstein and 1 roan Shorthorn; l Spotted Poland boar, 20 months old, double im- muned. Call Cedarville 1812, Ira Public Sale Dates 48A LIVE STOCK SALE"POSTPONED— Tho Joseph and Arthur Myers sale has been postponed. BROOKVILLE — Consignment sale every Wednesday. Bring your livestock. C. E. Wehmeyer. OCT. 12, THURSDAY—338 acres oC Stephenson county land. 1:30 p. m. on the premises. 2>.i miles northwest of Winslow, 111., on .stale lino road. Farm in good state of cultivation, lays level to gently rolling. 100 acres in corn. 150 in oats and clover, best creek bottom pasture in state. No waste land. Bank barn, cemented for 30 cows, 60x50 cement stave silo, new 40x72 ft. cement hog house and feeding floor, 7 room house, horse barn electricity. Farm 'known as August Neusus farm where he fed 200 to 400 head of cattle for many years. Be there—will sell cheap—the biggest bargain in Stephenson county. $10,600 will be left in farm, balance March 1st, 1945. Possession March 1, 1945. I0 r ' a down sale day. Absolutely will be sold to high bidder. Robert B. Saucerman. owner. Col. Edgar C. Eells, auctioneer. LIVE STOCK Oct. 13, Friday 11 o'clock sharp. Leslie Moore's closing out sale located 1 mile north, 1'i miles east of Durand, 111. on blacktop road. 2 head of good hordes; 4-year old . grey marc, weight 1400; 4-year old bay horse, weight 1100, good saddle hor;:e. 21 hsacl cattle. Hol.stein-Guern- sey; 12 cows, close springers; 3 heifers, close springers; 3 2-year old heifers; 3 year-old heifers. 26 Hampshire spring nigs; Hampshire stock hog; 50 AAA WhHc Rock laying hens. 20 tons chopped clover and alfalfa mixed hay in barn; 243 bales clover and alfalfa mixed hay; 290 bales straw; 36 acres Pioneer hybrid corn in field; about 2 bushels Pioneer seed corn; 500 bu, Vicland oa ts. Big line farm machinery. 17-28 Twin City tractor on rubber; 17-28 Twin City tractor on steel, rubber in front. Both tractors in extra soocl .shape; 3-bottom 14-inch Centennial Case plow; 2- bottom 14-inch McCormick-Deering plow; 10-ft. International tandem disc; Case 8-ft. tandem disc, good as new; 22-ft. folding drag; New Idea side delivery; New Idea loader, good as new; 10- ft. Case power lift grain drill, fertilizer and grass seed attachment, nearly new; '10-ft, McCormick- Docring power binder; Minneapolis power mower on rubber with 6 and 7 ft. bars; Minneapolls-Mo- linfi manure spreader, tractor and hor.se hitch; McCormick-Deering corn binder; Birdsell clover huller; Minneapolis-Moline corn planter with carrying truck, fer tilizer attachment, nearly new; 3- s-ection spring tooth harrow; Mc- Coimick-Deering dump rake; Case single row hor.se cultivator; John Deere single row hor.se cultivator; steel ..wheeled wagon; hay rack; Letz feed grinder and chopper; one-hole McCormick-Deering corn sheller with motor; corn cribbing; Hudson 14-hole hog self- feeder, new; narrow tired wagon; Hudson tank heater; air pump; 14 milk cans; 2 wash tanks; Surge milker pump, new with pine tree double unit milker, -pipe for 18 cows; 263-gallon gas barrel, new; high power 32-volt windchargei with 10-ft. wheel; 32-volt motors; electric sweeper; 32-volt radio; 32-volt iron; New Jamesway grapple fork; grapple fork, 127 ft hay rope; 50-ft. 6-in. rubber drive belt; new breeching harness, ! inch; new army .saddle; and scores of other articles too numerous to mention. Some household goods. Terms: Cash, or whatever arrangements made with clerks, 01 your local banker. E. Hofmeister, State Bank ol Davis; L. Newcomer, Bank of Pecatonica, clerks. John Dieken and L. L. Kinyon auctioneer. Circle 11 of the Methodist W. S C. S. will serve lunch. 'OCT." 14, "SATURDAY—12 o'clock Davis Junction Cattle Co., in Davis Junction, 111., on Route 72 200 extra quality Hereford steers, weight from 300 to 900 Ibs. 20 extra good springer Holstein cows 10 springing 1st calf HoLstein heifers. Holstelns T. B. and Bangs tested. Edgar Eells, auctioneer. Sal* Date* OCT. 13^MrsrOu7~i;)ittmai ; rSora, 111. 1 o'clock. Good if room house with electricity, new well, 2 acres of land with lots of fruit, Col! E. Sprague, auct. OCT. 14—Auction" of pcrsbnaFpro- perty of the late O. J. Frlsley nt residence in Lena at one o'clock. Complete line of household goods Including tables, chairs, wardrobe, beds, stands, clock, secretary, sewing machine, books, chest of drawers, commode, dishes, pictures and articles too numerous to mention. Included are some fine antiques. Col. E. Sprague, auctioneer. bCTbBER"~i"4, "SATURbAY—il a. m. R. Ferguson, auction sale of farm located 1 mile east of Balley- ville, 1 mile south of county line road, about 5 miles southwest of German Valley, about 5 miles northeast of Forreston. Sale will start promptly because auctioneer has another sale at 1:00 o'clock. This farm of 260 acres, laying in 1 tract, 160 of which is level, drained and excellent soil. This is an exceptionally good 160. 80 acres at buildings, is sloping, nil tillable, free from ditches. 20 acres of permanent pasture, with spring fed running water, located beside barn yard. A very strong spring, a few feet from the house, furnishes water at barn. Buildings consists of 36x64 foot full bank barn, good 8 room house, large double corn crib, 2 granaries, 2 .hog houses, garage, tractor shed, chicken house. Electricity available. Possession will be given March 1, 1945. A good clear title furnished. Inspection invited. Sec R. Ferguson, Lena, 111. Phono Lena 142 or auctioneers, John Maas and_Al_Van Loh._ 6CTOBER~l4^Satu"fclny, 1 p. in. Herman Rockow 3 miles southeast McConnell. Household goods, 3 rockers, G chairs, kitchen range, oil stove, bedroom set, dresser, davenport, lots of dishes, some antiques, saws, chains, tools, boiler, forks, shovels, poultry equipment, pillows, curtains, etc. R. Hayes, auct. _ I OCTOBER" 14." SATURDAY—i :oo o'clock. Delbert Fisher sale. 1 mile east of high bridge, Rockford, 111. 30 high grade dairy cows, Hoi- steins, Guernseys, and Shorthorns, mostly fresh with calves at side, balance springers; ducks; chickens; 20 acres corn in field; some farm machinery. Thorpe Finance terms. John Dieken, auctioneer^. OCTOBER 147" SATURDAY—1:30 p. m. Margaret Gunclry, 921 S. Walnut. Public sale of all household goods. Complete dining room suite; 2 bedroom suites; Frigidaire electric ice box; Roper table top gas stove, nearly new, VORS electric washing machine with pair of double tubs; all cooking utensils; complete set of dishes; many other odd dishes; 2 good 9x12 rugs; throw rugs; Philco radio; electric sweeper; 3 Venetian blinds; rockers; studio couch; breakfast set; bicycle; numerous other articles! G. J. Molter, auctioneers. Edwin Reel, clerk. OCTOBER" ~ 147"" s ATURDA Y—T: oo o'clock. Estate of the late Allen F. Gross, deceased. 1613 S. Galena Avo. 10 rooms of household goods, electric stove; breakfast set; dining room table and chairs; buffet: library table; odd chairs and rockers; bed davenport; clay bed; mahogany love scat and chair; 2 Wilton rugs, 11x12 and 9x12; other rugs; piano; beds and dressers; china closet; book case; combination book case and writing fl&nk; lamp; dishes; baby buggy; canned fruit; fruit jars; sausnge press; moat grinder; crocks; ladders; steel tank; barrels; wheelbarrow; many other articles too numerous to mention. Leo Bangasscr, clerk, Al Van Loh, auctioneer. OCTOBER 16, MONDAY—12:30 sharp. Myron Schoch, closing out '.sale, 1 mile east and '.-4 mile south of Davis, 2 head of horses; 24 head of Holstein cattle; 52 head of hogs; 140 chickens; hay, grain and farm machinery. John Dieken, auctioneer, OCT. To, MONDAY—1 Ti'clock. Earl Schulz, located I'.i miles northeast of McConnell. 4 head of good work horses, 10 head of cattle, 40 head of spotted Poland China spring pigs, cholera immuned, 13 acres of corn in field, 250 bales of alfalfa hay, 250 bales timothy hay, 50 bales straw. 85 White Rock yearling chickens. Complete line of farm machinery, practically new, purchased in the last, 3 years. Watch for complete list later. Terms: Cash, CHARLES PHILLIPS, CLERK AL VAN_LOH, AUCTIONEER OCTOBER 18, WEDNESDAY—1:00 o'clock. Elmer Toelke's closing out sale, 2 miles south of Rock City, 2',i miles east of Dakota. 2 good work horses; 14 head of HoLstein cattle; 400 bushel of oat,s; '15 acres of good corn; 34 tons of alfalfa and clover hay; 400 bales of alfalfa and clover hay; 300 bales of straw; full line of farm machinery. John piekcn, auct^ OCTOBER 19^12 o'clock noon. Charles E. Comly's closing out sale, 4 miles southeast of Pecatonica. 6 head of horses; 16 head of cattle; 11 head of sheep; complete line of; farm machinery. John Dieken, auctioneer. OCT~17—C. "Howard Treat's" complete dispersal sale of entire dairy herd at farm located l mile past and l ;! i mile south of Lena and Pearl City crossroads at 1 o'clock. Due to help shortage, I am discontinuing dairying. 37 HIGH GRADE Holstein cows and heifers, fresh and springers. All Bangs tested. An outstanding herd of high producers. Matched team of large type mules, 5 and 6 years old. MACHINERY AND DAIRY EQUIPMENT. Moline corn planter, fertilizer and bean attachments and tongue truck, like new; Masse y Harris hay loader; set of \\'i inch work harness; Hammer King hammermlll with traveling table; 3 pail Surge milker with pump and pump line; rubber tire milk cart; DeLaval cream separator, 1000 Ib. size with new bowl and pulley attachment; 10 10 gallon milk caas. Terms: Cxsh. Col. E. Sprague, auct. E, L. Otto, clerk. f ttfeiifi «»»• IHl«» ISA bCfOBEfTfe, iffONDAY— 1 o'clock, Kehl Bros, annual sale of 70 head of Purebred Duroc boars and gilts. To be sold in Stockton, III, Every litter Is from a Production Registry dam. 10 litters entered In ton litter contest. Average 242.42 Ibs. for 114 head at 180 days. Th most of them sired by Invincible. The greatest offering we ever had. All cholera 1m- muned. Another Thorp Sale On account of the death of my wife I rim forced to sell all my personal property located nt the farm on Highway 75, 3 miles west of Harrison, 8 miles east of and "4-corners" on LIVE STOCK type white Leghorn pullets. Sadls Stouffei 1 , Hatchery,, WadMamU prove, phone 24406, Leghorn hens for Bate, Tel, Ccdarville 4908. each. Walter Hardcl, Lena. Tel. __10527, _____ __ 110 WHITE BOCK— Pullets'; t months old. Phone 91M, Wlnslow, Mrs, Frnnk Worklnger, Wanted—Live-dock ' Alt Dead Cattle Horses, hogs wanted. We pay highest prices, Call us collect for quick service mid sanitary truck Commencing nt 12 o'clock noon sharp. Lunch served at noon by New England Grange ladies. 24—HIGH GRADE DAIRY CATTLE 12 HOLSTEINS—2 springing, 2 recently fresh; balance milking; 6 Jerseys, 3 first-calf and 3 second- calf heifers, nil Jresh this summer, (production records and 4% herd test). Ono bred heifer, 5 Hoi- stein dairy heifers, from 8 to 18 .months old. -TEAM BAY GELDINGS About 1900 Ibs.; one black gelding, riding and work horse. 12 O. I. C. purebred spring gilts. Ready for breeding. 25 yearling Leghorns, AAA. FARM MACHINERY, ETC, Ma.ssey-Harris 101 Twin Power tractor on rubber; cultivator used 2 seasons; 2-bottom David Bradley plow; McCormick-Deering corn binder; Massey-Harris hay loader, the large size, new; side rake; corn planter; 4-section steel drag; 8-ft. tandem disc; New Idea manure spreader; endgate seeder; grain blower; one steel wheel rack; one rubber tired rack; 2 single unit Surge milker, pipe and stall cocks for 26 cows; box wagon; 10-hole self feeder; .some lumber; water pipe; roofing; milk cans; forks; poultry equipment and many small items. Poultry scales and milk cart. HAY AND GRAIN: 800 bu. N. 37 Vicland oats; 300 bushels No. 36, Columbia oats; 1000 bales first and second cutting alfalfa liny; 500 bales straw; 65 acres good standing corn. TERMS: Usual Thorp terms; one-fourth cash payment day of sale, balance in 6 to 12 months with interest nt the rate of 7%. Simple interest. You may buy up to any amount that you desire, sign your own note, no further security needed. LEONARD CHREST, OWNER JOHN MAAS, AUCTIONEER OCT." 17,™ TUESDAY—12 "o'clock noon. George Fisher's closing out sale on the farm known as the Wm. Kinney farm, 3 miles north, 1 mile east of Ridott. 5 head of horses and mules; 44 head good cattle; hay; grain; chickens; complete line of machinery including V C model Case tractor on rubber, Rock City Bank, clerk. John Dicken, auctioneer. OCTOBER 20," FRIDAY—1:00 o'clock. Newbcrg and Iserman, closing out .'•ale, U mile west of Rock City. 2 head of horses. 8 head of cattle; 57 head of hogs; 540 bushel Vicland oats; 300 bushel good corn in crib; 14 acres standing corn; 50 bales clover hay.; 14 tons hay; full line of farm machinery. John Dieken, auctioneer. SALE"~6F~ PERSONAL 'PROPERTY —The undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Harry Heise, deceased, will soil at public sale to the highest and best bidder pursuant to an order of the County Court of Stephenson Comity, Illinois, all personal property listed in the inventory of said estate and in the appraisement bill filed therein, the property coaslsting of all household furniture, rugs, kitchen utensils, tools, lawn mower and also one 1928 Ford car. Said sale will be held at the front door of the dwelling house which was the late residence of said deceased, and known as number 512 South West Avenue, Freeport, Illinois, on Monday, October 30th, 1944, at 1:00 O'clock P. M. TERMS OF SALE; Cash in hand, WILLIAM VAN MATRE, Administrator of the estate of Harry Heise, deceased. MANUS Ac MANUS, Attorneys. ALVIN VAN LOH, Auctioneer. THE SANITARY RENDERING CO, NORTH_ON_RT._26. FREEPORT Tdp'PRICES—For oldnnd dTisabTee! horses and cows, Call Rural 5706. N. J. Sorensen, R-3, Freeport. TOP PRICES We pay spot cash for live poultry nnd eggs. DONALD W. PHILLIPS CO. 315-317 N. CHICAGO AVE. MERCHANDISE Articles for Sale SI BLACK""LEA'THER—tiripfT burner electric plate; electric razor. Tel. Main 1980. BOY'S" B 1C YCI.E— Ping pong table and set; steel day bod. Blue 2457._ _ FOR SALE—Extelisiv'e~"6"" "gauge modern electric train set with 6 cars and 11 accessories, in first class condition. Ideal Christmas present, now scarce. Can be seen in operation. Phone Main 3043 for appointment. 5"6OD"USED WA" r rER~SOFTENER —With new mineral, $25.00. KAHL APPLIANCE CO._ LAWN" "LOUNGE—Lawn chairs- folding day bed with mattress; electric fruit juicer suitable for restaurant; electric coffee grinder; large mirror; an assortment o/ baking tins; women's clothinfc si/s 44. Inq. atJ501 Smith Bldg._ WOODMANSE" ^HDeep * well "jet pump. Complete with 42 gallon tank. Used very little. Sadie Stouffer Hatchery, Waddams Grove, phono 24406. Sporting Goods 63 HARRINGTON "~tt RICHARDSON— .22 special revolver, $25,00. White 922. _ _ 410 "NEW"~ WINCH ESTER—Pump with shells; -16 gauge Winchester pump with shells;..22 automatic with .shells. Inq. at Bill's Welding Shop or tel. 150 Durand,_Ill. Building Materials 53 CEMENT "'BLOCKS~AND "BRICKS HUNSICKER MFG. CO. MAIN 464. SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY —The undersigned administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Alice Winkel Heise, deceased, will sell at public sale to the highest and test bidder pursuant to an order of the County Court of Stephenson County, Illinois, all personal property listed in the inventory of said estate and in the appraisement bill filed therein, the property consisting of all household furniture, rugs, chinaware, kitchen utensils, washing machine, canned goods and other articles. Said sale will be held at the front door of the dwelling house which was the late residence of said deceased, and known as number 512 South West Avenue, Freeport, Illinois, on Monday, October 30th, 1944, at 1:00 o'clock P. M. TERMS OF SALE: Cash in hand. SAMUEL S. KREIDER, Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Alice WJnkel Heise, deceased. MANUS & MANUS, Attorneys. ALVIN VAN LOH, Auctioneer. Business and Office Equipment 54 FOR SALE-^Complete or separated equipment for small size restaurant. Automatic gas water heater; electric pop cooler and refrigerator; new Silex coffee maker; Neon slfin; dishes; milk shake mixer; booth.';; steam table; cash register; oil heater; etc. Call 263, Polo. Farm Equipment S3A ANN~ARBOR—Junior pickup baler. In good condition. Orvis Pflle, tcl. JDakpta 3404. AT SEARS HEAVY FIELD FENCING* COMPLETE STEEL STALLS WITH HEAVY STANCHIONS, $14.24 TOP QUALITY HARNESS, $87.«0 WESTERN STYLE STOCK SADDLE 5 FT. STEEL FLOCK FEEDERS, $3.75 OIL TYPE $15.75 TANK HEATERS, I'.-i H, COOLED P. ECONOMY ENGINES $37.99 AIR ELECTRIC FENCERS $11.95 UP COPPER EACH BULL RINGS, 299 ELECTRIC STOCK PRODS, $3.33 EACH NOSE GUARDS, 39c EACH INDIVIDUAL EACH HOG PANS, 358 Poultry and Supplies 49! Re«d The Journal-Standard. BAB*/ CHICKS — Each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Also started chicks, fStouff- er's Hatchery, Lena, phone Lena 260. __ _ . . FLOCK FEEDER SPECIAL—Sturdy wood construction with metal bottom, 8 ft. long, $7.50 value at $6.75. Haight & Krape, 114 E. Stephenson St. POULTRY""WATERERS— And water heater. 3, 5 and 10 gallon sizes. yr,eeport Feed & Supply Co. 100 GALLON HOG FOUNTAINS, $24.95 LARGE ASSORTMENT OP TRAILER HITCHES TRAILER KITS, $23.50 LARGE STOCK OF MILKING MACHINES AND ACCESSORIES ROOFING Sears Fannni Store DE LAVAL MILKERS AVAILABLE NOW SCHEFFNER & CO. FO'RTSALE—R &; L "mariuwTload'erV. See your dealer. Ivan Gahm, R. 2, Freeport. 26TNCH—Wagon box~like new. Also good shoveling board. Reynold Offenhlscr, Pearl City. 32 VOLT—Dclco light plant with batteries for sale. Tel. McConnell 1827. FOR SALE—30 ft. portable corn and grain elevator complete with hoist, engine and .si>eed .tack. Manuel 'Arnold, Woodbine, 111. FOR SALE—12 loot John Deere single disc; 2 bottom Case Grand Detour plow; 2 rubber tire waf« ons; stone crusher. Wesley fleti* Jgff.jWolkey Garage. __ _ GOOD JOHN DJBEBE^-Modfl P power take off. Also Stover windmill. Would sell head only. Chris Ludwig, Jr., Forreston.
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