Pap STERLING DAILY GA£f5TTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS O c tnrv?r In, Th « -/..,.—. Want-Ad Rates And Information Fh«m» Main 42 Thre* Trnnk Line* A*k for "Ad-Taker" CASH RATES 8« per word—1st day fft per word—2nd dar le per word—3rd and each •necwdlhg day. Carrying charge—le per word additional if not paid within five days pf expiration date. Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads K cents additional Automotive WHEF.L allcnment, fire checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear system. Bob Browning. Dunneboclc rh.evroiet Oaraec Business Service ~?~POWER EXCAVATING Building sand. Rravcl. driveway ', gravel, cinders, dirt of all kinds j THOS. Me CUE ' Livestock 47 ANGUS steers, weight about 7i)i). r.vn (rr-.li grade Jerseys, third ral'.rs Wm. E. Crew.!;, three miles north and east. Prairieville. PUREBRED Duror boars, fllglble for reeistr.i;i'>n. cholera Immune Richard L. Johnson, Prophets- (nwn. S;i-$15 PAID for live, sick or disabled rows Call Scott Bnttrr\ A.- Phone 970-2 W Llncolnway ; Electrical Service, phone SOS FOR COMPLETE pltimbms and service, phone. i!4*) T\vm City Plumbinc and Heating Ser- v,re. Rnrk Fall,. .Poultry The Qatette will not be respon- alble for more than one IncorrecMJ-ACKSON'S Radio Service, 402 insertion of any advertisement Cards of Thanks, Furniture for Bale, Wanted to Rent and Situations Wanted advertisements are payable In advance. Card of Thanks of our many friends, nelRhbors and relatives for their expressions of sympathy and kind assistance during the bereavement of our loved ones; also for the beautiful floral tributes. Fred Btrike and children, Mr. and Mrs. OeorRf Sandrock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Strike and family. Personals HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW those two words are very popular, but to they are not at all new. us OUR CASH LOANS have been used to defend many homes against the worry of unpaid bills, needed operations, home 'repalra and many other reasons. WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mortgages or other security. Repay to suit your Income or take as long as 18 months. All confidential of course. Community Loan Co. 302 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 648 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS WE NOW_HAYE Victor's Mcond ttft offer. Two II Red Seal rec- dtds for only $1. Supply limited. CASH IN on thf eggs with Eul-O-Pep ege: and LAWN GRADING, landscaping . breeder mash. You may save up and tree surgery. Call Harry jt,, 15 to 20', on feed costs Jos Uuuck. Phone County 918-4 ftf- | Mar-finnan. Phone. 937-W. t n r 7 n rn ! -- - . ~'~ BREEDER mash, $3.15 cwt ; Poultry Supplement, $325 ma-sh, $2.45 cwt ; 32% W. Seventh. Phone 495-W Amplifiers built to order. Guaranteed sei -Ice. FOR COMMERCIAL and alr-con- dltlonlng estimates and service Mac's Refrigeration Phone 1098 DELIVERY servicer light "dray and rubbish hauled. Frank L Schrader. Smoke Shop Call 681 CEMENT mixers for rent Rubber tired wheelbarrows Included John Frey. 704 W Seventh St. Refrigeration Service W R AHRENS PHONE 1719 EXPERT RADIO repairing. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Call 111. MERVYN H. REED I West Third St. Sterling IN machine or ntachineless permanent waving, $2 up. R. C. Hoffman Beauty Shop. Mabel Bishop, beautician. Phone 632. LEAVING for Ban Diego NoV 15^ Dte. 1. Will take parties, share expenses. 1311 E, Fourth St. after I p. m. THREE FULLER tooth brushes, choice of tooth paste or tooth powder, We. Frank Whipple. Call TM. PRINCE Cattle's smooth7~delici- ous malted milk in refreshing flavors. One In a Million, 13c. Inquire Lee Horning, Route 2, Morrison. Morrison phone 918. YOUNG MAN~wlth meat cutting experience to manage grocery and market. Write BP, care Gazette, stating references, age and experience. ROUTE MANjwanted. Must know Sterling and Rock Falls. Good character, references required. Apply Sterling Cleaners; GIRL or middleaged woman to help with-general-housework and care of two children. Mrs. Dr. L. C. Johnson, Tampico. EXPERIENCED single farmhand wanted, year round work. Albert Vock, 2 miles south Round Grove. MAID for general housework, go or stay nights. Mrs. Foster Fike. Phone 268. cwt, Dairy, $265 cwt. McCarthy Feed Co., Rock Fails. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapin'g Hatchery. Tamplcp. Merchandise Guns, Rifles And Ammunition NEW AND USED SHOTGUNS AND RIFLES. KLEANBORE AND SUPER-X AMMUNITION. GUN REPAIRING AND PARTS. HUNTING LICENSES TERMS AT PKESCOTT'S 1.02 W. Third St. Phone 21 Farmers HERE IS A WAY to help your- Help Wanted YOUNG"TArSY?higii W scrmol graduate, for office v;ork in Sterling, Permanent position. Apply in own handwriting. Give age, experience and phone number. Write 818, care Gazette. E X~P E R I~E N C E D housekeeper wanted. Must know how'"to _ drive car. Two or three in familyrHjSED GP^ John Deere tractor, Tf 11 il Ji -,/r We Have Answer* To The Following Blind Want-Ads: 818, ME, BP, Roofers, 499 Household Goods 9x12 five year guaranteed rugs $7.95 9x12 Armstrong Quaker.... .$6.95 9x12 Armstrong Standard.. .$5.95 9x12 Bird-Neponset ,. $4.95 9x12 Manitex $3.95 We stock odd sixes from 6x9 to 12x15. Yard goods in 6, 9 and 12 ft. widths Ask to see the new soil-proof inlaid linoleum. SIEGMAN FURNITURE CO.. COMPLETE bedroom outfit including bed, chest, vanity, Simmons coil spring, innersprlng Store Specials selves and your country. Trade mattress, bench, pillows, bed light us your scrap Iron and steel for gasoline, oil, coal, lumber, farm machinery, etc. Grove's, Rock Falls. MAN dishwasher. Apply in person at kitchen of Lincoln Hotel. WAITRESS wanted^ Apply person. Crabb's Resfllurant. in Lest—.Found LOST—Key ring. Ideal Laundry -•i»t"OB~ringr Reward. Bring to Guette office. Used Cart Guaranteed OK Used Cars Work Wanted 'W'»«*"M"^N^'»kXN*MwSji^/>^X<'V's^-»XV/"v MARRIED COUPLE to work on farm, good home, electricity, no children. Write 215, Gazette. JOB as chauffeur or trucjc_drjyer._ 12 years' experience. Write 7887 care-Gazette. Financial 10-20 International tractor, both A No. 1 shape; two good used 2- row horse cultivators; several horses. Meyers & Litwiller, Mll- ledgeville. DE~LAVAL MagneVlc~rnlike7s' also Sterling milkers, $147 and up. Also used milkers and-new Su- pertcxr oil heaters and Westco electric pumps. C. J. Stutzke, 405 Locust St. NO. Ib~7jOHN DEERE~PiCKER OLIVER PICKER USWPLOWg-AND DISCS ~ STERLING IMPLEMENT CO. J. C. BECKER, MGR. Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT ieed's Farm Supply and vanity lamps, all for only $99.75. See our windows. LEATH'S FULL LINE OF NEW MACHINES NOW IN STOCK. GET YOUR SPECIAL FINISH ORDERS IN NOW. USED MACHINES, $7.50 UP. GUARANTEED REPAIRS, ALL MAKES. SINGER AGENCY. 310 EAST THIRD ST. CALL 1994. of La Salle models. Buy now for Christmas on lay-away plan. Wide raiiKC of prices. Oh?ien & 408 East Third St. This Week's Special ~~ 20"x4" attractive all - purpose glass utility shelf, 25c each. Hurdle Hardware, Rock Falls. Roomi To Rtn? TWO furnished room*, kitchen ha* sink; furnished. Dents, Ras and xvntrr $*>. 1005 Rf-rond AVP. THREF, unfurnished room. 1 ;, water and lichts furnished. Private rnttanre 1111 Third AVP S0i«—Reel £sfat« SEVEN ROOM h<- Falls, paved «?rr-et, | n lot POxlRO, IP carncp. i!ir. c This benuUful tree.?, ri^.ih- suitable for t-,vo fn : r. - housp is R hareain a; L«gci! Notices NOTIfK OF (I. Af>1 HAY Property To Rent HALF of double house, 7 rooms, rlose in, $40 month. Seven room IN BUYING real estate modern home, W. Fourth St., $35 shmild hp no .. R , lr , s wnrk . month. Two room furnished vmir (lt]p Wr do ,, 0 apartment. Rock Falls. $550 V Ve own the only complex week. Half of double, furnished, ahlp nbstrar , rrrf , ni , „, five rooms, past of Broadway Otto F. Castendyck, 411 Central Trust Bldg. Sf' p us for Ints ant! nrre F. L. Pi'p.py Bill Pi- Chuck Spnnkel Room 205 '" -" ni;i:v c\\r n to nil nfr in nr.ri that 3, county. H. B. Wilkinson Co . rison. ren- this Mnr- r,Ti. ,~,^~.. i J 'E HAVE a nice six room hnu.se SIX ROOM modern house, two This house has only open built bedrooms and bath downstairs; tnrec yeflrs Is nlce ,: loratPd Bnd on or :*~ff>:r anrr of t mi! A F. H' virf da!' 1 nithoil' . Oct. i, 8, 15] Uon, LF.CiAI. NOTICE In the Circuit Court of| W!:itr«.irie County, lilinoil October Term. A. D W-. nn Company, a 'CorpoH Musical — Radios is all it costs to have your, favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. BAND Instruments. Trombones, j cornets, trumpets, saxophones, drums, etc. Excellent stock. En- fjei's Music Store, 1210 E. Fourth. N. Locust St. Phone 414 12 PLATFORM shop trucks, 1-ton platform scale, good condition. Cheap. Mr. Wynn, Arcade Laundry. COOK STOVE, two wheel trailer,-both in good condition. Bargains for quick sale. Call 668-M. USED FURN"ACE~loFsaleT also pipes and registers. Sam Tate. Pljone 133R2 Prophetstown. USED PARLOR suites. All are In excellent condition, priced right Conie In and see these suites to- day^-flrsl come first served. Dunbar Furniture Co., 311 First Ave. PRACTICALLY"new kitchen cabinet, chest of drawers, navy blue overcoat, size 38. 407 Second Ave., Rock Falls. Phone 1903-J. Wanttd To Buy ^V^V^«^ < H^»^N^»^'^^*-W^X^ 1 S»* 1 »LXV<''\XX^NX" WANTED for cash. Good secondhand wheel chari. H. E. Cain, Tampico. Vacuum cleaners for rent. Repair all makes Rebristle floor brushes Moore's, 1815 Locust. Call 14I1-W LARGE circulating"heater.llie- place model, A-l condition. Call 419-R or inquire 505 Third Ave., Rock Falls. CORONATX) oil-burning heater. 13 Inch size, good condition. Inquire 1203 Eighth Ave., Rock Falls. 67c on 100 first cla'ss building lots and four houses; abstract up-to-date. Write 6100, Gazette OUNNKUCK CHEVROLET CO 800 Locutt flt "• WeekendI Sale Only ~~ " CHEVROLET tudor... .$195 1*5 DI 80TO »ed»n........ .$95 IMS CHEVROLET tudor $75 ISM FORD tudor. ,.j $185 IMI TERRAPLANI tudor.. .$150 MM FORD tudor. ,$98 IMS PONTIAC tudor ......... $85 Htldeman Motor Co. East Fourth St. 1M1 PONTIAC dc luxe sedan, ra- radio Mio^nd he§t«r. UM PONTIAC coach. 1|M CH1VROLET coupe, Dogs, P«ts PUPPIES, chickens, cheap. HQUSI for rent; also apartments, $3.5( weekly. James McMahon, Shore Acres. TWO COON hounds lor sale, four years old. Charles Taylor, Ave A. E. Fourteenth St., Rock Falls FLYMOUTH co*ch, $75. M*nr Others— Easy Terms •MITH MOTOR SALES Hock rails 1936 Chevrolet 2-DOOR 1939 Ford Coupe v W«aver Motor Sales Mi W. fifth at. Beat Oarage W)'YOU want'to'sell your car? hifheat caah price on late tl UMd can see J. Rubin, Hock ralir Phone 58. 1OI BUICK, 40 «eries~S|peciar. •Bart coupe, low mileage, excel- condition. 201 Dixon Ave., Livtttock THREE blaTiTTnd^ttTn hounds Hi yearsj pair of.'Beagles, three years; 36 White .Leghorns and White Rocks; Jersey bull, elghi months old; six wild ducks; 12 Muscovy ducks, Sale or trade Francis Fisher, Eighth St., First Ave., Rock Falls. $2.00 TO $6.00 PAID for dead cat- tl« and horse* (exact prlct depending on size and condition) Wt also pa^ for dead hogi. Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling III Phone Main 462. Reverae charge*,. CASH PAID for dead animal*, horse*, cattle and hogs We pay phone call*. Reverse charge* Phone 1424. Sterling Render HIP Works. J A Shepard. Special Saturday Sugared Schumacher calf pellets, $2.20 for 100. See Jos, MacLennan. Phone 937-W. GET MORlTmTikrdollars by starting your cows on the Wayne Dairy Feeding program now. Sunshine feed Store. Phone 586. Jokent Motor Sale* DI tOTO * PLYMOUTH OiAMONP T TRUCK8 CAJUILLACTACKA (D O tflMMU J H CorMU HAMPSHIRE stock hogs from prize winning stock, eligible for registry. Ransom Egert and Sons, Tampico. CHESTER'~WHlTE^and Poland China stock hogs. Jacob Bruns, of Rock Falls on Route 88. Al7 PRICE on 100 ThsTof calf feed at J3.75. limited supply. Bob Warner & Son, phone 81. PUREBRED DorocJerseylpring •tv'one f01J bo:?r Cholera luuuune. Jack fcciiiy, Several used tractors, plows, discs W¥LIN-AORIGULTURE~STORE 221 East Third St. NEW 44 ft. steel elevator; one Sandwich-horsepower^ James .F, Hansen, Deer Grove. WOOD AND .STEEL filing cab£ nets. Cheap. Call L. K. Wynn, at Arcade Lau/idry. . SHOTGUNS—RIFLES—SHELLS WILLIAM SHARP PHONE 1976 Farm Produces *%^s^%^x^N*-t_^vyv^*xs—H^WI^^ I H^VJ^-^_ _ COME AND GET 'EM Michigan sweet cider, 25c gallon, plu* lOc deposit for container. All kinds of Michigan apples at bargain prices. We *ell the best for less, Let us prove it to those who haven't given us a trial yet. Our motto is satisfaction or your money refunded. • Hi-Way Gardens East Llncolnway SOLID cabbage foTkriiutTMichN gan cider and apples. Matt Vogel'« Market, East Llncolnway. Phone 458-J. USED COOK stoves, good assortment of all makes. Bargains. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. Phone 386 FLORENCE pot oil burner, coal burning heaters, heatrols. 1906 OAK DINING room suite, round table, buffet, six chairs, $12. 406 Seventh Ave., Rock Falls. OBLONG dining TableTbuFfet, 4 chairs, good condition. 324 East Second St., Rock Falls. ed." Phone or call c*t Arcade Laundry. slcWDHAI^wheeVcriairTDr. L. C. Johnson. Tampico. Wtoring Apparel lored clothing and you'll be a customer. Paul Sonneman. 930. also room upstairs; all newly decorated, new floors downstairs, nice shade trees, large lot. Adults only. Inquire 410 Seventh Ave. SEVEN ROOM modern home, all modern conveniences, 804 West Seventh St. Inquire 108 Fourth Ave. FOUR ROOM modern house. 305 Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fifth Ave. Phone 1946-M evenings. SMALL, NEAT horneT suitable young couple, $15 month. Humphrey's Agency. Phone 1930. SEVEN ROOMS and TathT f?a- rage, $45. 304 Sixth Ave. See Goulding, 15 W. Third St. STEAM heated cottages, garage attached. Inquire Woodlawn Cabins, West Llncolnway. NEW FOUR room bungalow. 18th Ave.. all modern, immediate possession. Phone 276-M. HALF of double house, strictly modern, garage, possession Nov. 9.JH2 W. Third St. SIX ROOM modern, half of double, close In, R. G. Procter 603 Third Ave. modern in every way. See W. H Stanley and son. Donald. PARTLY modern four mnrn cottage, including electric range, oil burner and water heater Eastend, Sterling. $1800. I. B. Snavely. ECONOMY cottages and small homes. See our complete line. H C. Schuneman. 305 Ave. D. Phone 741. MODERN five room home ,oak floors, fully insulated. Inquire 1100 West Second St.. Rock Falls Legal Notices *^X^^^X^^NXV^V^X^NXN^N^^X-*^ LEGAL NOTICE In thp County Co.irt VVlilt«>side County, In thr mutter of thp ev.At? Lmira C. Dunbar Harshmnn, of A. Chubbard. ft a! , De-| of Noticp is hereby given to the unpaid creditors, if any. of said estate and to every person entitled to a FIVE ROOM country home, with electricity. Jake Kurd, Stone Station. HOUSE Just outside of Morrison Phone 1264-J. Wonted To Rent ern apartment, close in, reasonable. See Mr. Winter. Blankinship Shoe Store, 12 W. Third St. TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. SELLARS kitchen cabinet, medium size, reasonably priced. Call evenings. 508 Ave. G. ENGLISH CAB for7sale~ good Rooms To Rent TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping; also one furnished room for light housekeeping. Reference required. No children. 208 JE. Fifth St._ TWO MODERN rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Furnace. Lights, heat, water furnished. $5. Ga rageJJOc ^week^318 JSasLTWrd St., Rock Falls. FOUR ROOM apartment, down- town,r Rock— Falls.--Adults-only. References required. Mowrer's Food Store, Rock Falls. No phone calls. Sal*— R«al Estate XV-«S^*/V^VXS^^^^>^^«-|» 1 GRENNAN'S INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. STERLING— Modern seven room home, three bedrooms, E. Sixth St., $3500. Five room apartment for rent, Fifth Ave., $20 month. Modern seven room house, oak floors. West Sixth St.. $3000. ROCK FALLS— Four room house, garage, rent for $16 month, price $800. Modern four room bungalow with garage, $2250. TWO ROOM "cottage" We"st ling, $750. Tefms. FIVE ROOM modern home with garage, East Sterling, $3800. $800 cash will handle. EIGHT ROOM residence, close share of said received that estate who has not share In ful'. that Carl E. Sheldon, executor of the last will and testament of Laura C. Dunbar Harshman. Deceased, has filed his final account as such executor from November 11. 1940, to October 10, 1941, in said Court, and that a hearing will be had on said account in said Court in the County court rooms in Morrison, Illinois, on October 24. 1941, at' 10 o'clock a. m. Carl E. Sheldon, Executor. Sheldon and Brown, attorneys. Oct. 15 in-.— double -garage.— Ideal rooming house, $4250. for condition. 212 Ave. C. Rock Falls. Store Spec io Is •NX>***^NXS^«'W l S'>SNXVN^V'%S%xNi« Hunters Special DUCK SEASON OPENS THURSDAY One used 1941 3% hp Waterwltch outboard to sell for $39.85 Shells at lowest price In the city Complete assortment of guns for duck hunting Sears, Roebuck & Co. MODERN four room flat for rent. Inquire Frank Girardi's Shoe Shop. 220 East Third St., Sterling. Phone 1535-R evenings. LARGE furnlahed apartment, ground floor, strictly private: Everything furnished but ga«. 510 East Seventh St. THREE ROOM upstairs apartment, unfurnished, all modern, private entrance; heat, water furnished. 100 W. Fourth St. MODERN two room furnished first floor apartment, private bath, entrance, adults, bus line. 1300 Locust, FIVE ROOM modern bungalow, Northwest- Sterling, r gtrr a g e , paved street, $5500. Many others GAULRAPP Si FLOCK City Farmers and Farmerettes Attractive four room bungalow and 5Vi acres of good black soil on .fioutejULHas ; twowell»,_chjck- en house, pig pen, double garage. Here is an opportunity to raise most of your needs and still be near town. Selling price only LEGAL NOTICE In the Circuit Court of Whiteside County. Illinois October Term. A. D. 1941 FVederic D. Utley, individually, and as trustee. Plaintiff, vs. Leonard Gamber, et aL, Defendants. In Chancery. No. 5448. Notice is given of the pendency of the above entitled suit In the •bovc entitled court, that the number of the case is as above stated, that the name of the party to be served by publication is Leonard Gamber. and that the date on or •ft#r which default may be entered •gainst said defendant is November 18. 1941. Lee E. Whistler. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Whiteside County. Illinois. Sheldon and Brown, attorneys for plaintiff. Oct. 15. 22. 29 LEGAL NOTICE In the Circuit Court of Whitesid* County, Illinois Oct9ber Term, A. D. 1941. BJarierreTSpra VB. Unknown Owners, Defendants. 5265. $4500. HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone 1030 SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. Harve Ptocfc, Chadwick. Phone S5H. POTATOES, 75c bag; cabbage, 2c Ib. 605 Grace Ave., Rock Falls. Byjthr PropheUtown read, DUCHESS AND 8ECKEL PEAR6 511 Ninteenth Avenue Phone 1439-J PEARS. Bring own containers. George Zapf, Rock Fall*, Route 1. Prophetstown road. •S*«K«wWV»i,»VNX*^VV^iXSi Stoves! CEILINGS FREE WITH WALLPAPER SIDEWALLS AND BORDER. STERLING HOME IM- THREE ROOM modern furniihed upstairs apartment, electric refrigeration. Adults. 904 Fourth Ave. TWO furnished rooms in modern home, stoker heat, private PROVEMENT CO., 410 E. THIRD entrance, close in. 601 Third Ave. The Evening Argument Aunt Met AT ROBERT QDILLBN Poor Po CLAUD* OALLAJN NEW COLEMAN OIL BURNER HEATROLAS, ONLY $39,95 Jsed oil burners, heating stoves, leatrolas, oil heaters, electric heaters, laundry and cook stoves, as plates, stove pipe, furnace pipe, dampers, generators, wicks, larts and srvice. TERMS AT PRESCQTT'S 02 W. Third St. Phone 21 room, baby furniture, living room, "Men are queer. They get set- "I was looktn' to see what kind tied and dignified and frown on • of material Fay's dress was made aprjftce. 07 Sixth f^ric reWgerAtor. *tn, but they still like to brag ol. but Ma aays I was lookirr ; about how devilish they u*ed to i where there was the tewt ma- Mo. MUlori ibe. i teri&l of any kind." Barbecue for 6,500 Planned at War Plant In Honor of Workers JOLIET, ILL. —(AP>— The 8.500 employes of the Elwood ordnance plant, largest «tiell and bomb-loading plant in th« country, will sit down Thursday to the biggest barbecue ever heard of-In these parts, .celebrating tbe completion of the manufacturing units Involved in the original $25,000,000 contract. The third loading line and the fuse and booster assembly unit will go into operation trUs week. A fourth line, provided for in a supplemental contract, It being built. Sanderson and Porter, builders and operators of the plant, are giving tbe party for the employes In celebration of the completion of the original work in less than a year. Construction WM started last November. Besides the barbecue, In which 8,000 pounds of baby steer quarters, and some lambs, will be roasted over long open pits on the plant's administration -grounds, there will be speeches! entertainment, and the raising of the official post flag. Notice Is given of the pendency of the above entitled suit In the above entitled court; that the number of the case is as above stated; that the names of the parties to be served by publication are "Unknown Owners" and the date on or after which default may be entered against "Unknown Owners," and each of them, U November 4. 1941; Dated September 29, 1941. Le* E. Whistler. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Whiteside County. Illinois. Sheldon and Brown, attorneys for plaintiff. Oct. 1, 8. 15 In CliRnc«'iv. No. 5449. Noticr j.? eiveji of the of the abovr pnlitlrd suit In tf ftbovo entitlrcKcourt. that the num- txr of the ca«^ if. as Rbovp statt that tho nftmes of the parties to by publication are Sherrna A. Chulibnrd, Shrrman A. Chut buck. Nelson Mnson. Albert Prr brry. Helen F Hnsklns. Surah Pre.'.brey, and Unknown Owners, andl Hint the dnte on or nftPr w bids I mny be entered agalnM Mu3| firfondsnts. niul each of them, November IS. 1941. Dated, October 14. 1941. Lee K. Whistler. of thf Circuit Court of Whiteside County, nilnois Sheldon and brown, attorneys fa plaintiff. Oct. 15, 22. LEGAL NOTICE In the Circuit Court af| Whlt^sldf County, October Term. A. D. IHl'l Frank Gos.«*l *t al:, Plaintiffs, vs. Godfrey Dnnlcl.s ct al.. Dcfcndi In Chancery. No. 544-4. Notice Is given of the pcndtexy| of the above entitled suit, In above entitled court, that the nos-»| ber of the case Is as above sUt that the names of the parties be served by publication *re: frey Daniels, Samuel Gockley, Ei beth Gockley, Naomi Gockley, ces Gockley, Levl Gockley, Gockley. Thomas Maeland, W. Blackis'ton, Cecelia C. Blac OdeUa J. Blacklston. and Un Owners; and th*t"the date on after which default may be enterrtl sRnlnst said defendants and e«rit[ of them Ls November 18. 1941; the relief sought is quieting titie. Dated, October 8. 1941. E. Whistler. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Whiteside County, nilnois. Sheldon and Brown, attorney* iar | plaintiffs. Oct. 8. 15. LEGAL NOTICE In 'the Circuit Court «(| Whlteside County, October Term. A. D. 1J411 George Hunsberger, et al., PJaia- | tiffs, . vs. Paul- David 8cott, et al., dants. In Chancery. No. 6441. Notice Is given of the of the above entitled «uit In thit | above entitled court, that the na ber of the case IN as above star that the names of the parties to b» served by publication are John Bowman, Wm. W. Durant, Hardy McCormack. Isaac Cadwalader, Par* Ter~Coh'er,-Dayid--Hi- Macurdy, Hoto^ ert H. McCurdy, R. K. Me Robert McCurdy, James M. Eliza belli[Brown, 37 "MTBrownr ter Culver, Burrell M. Culver, Charles King, Alamanza King, Sam* uel M. Bowman, Elizabeth A. Bow. man, Jesse Bowman, and Dnknoi Owners, and th« date on or aft which default may be entered against such defendants, and each of them. Is November 4, 1941; that the relief sought Is quieting title, construction of a will, and other Btltnted Oct. 1 to train candidates from the southern part of the state; It is operated In connection with the older school at fitateville. Col. Whlpp utd both schools would probably be operated In the future as the demand for personnel dictated, School to Groduote 30 As State Prison Guard SPRINGFIELD, ILL. — (AP) — About 30 state prison guard recruits will be graduated at Uie end of this month from the new guard school for Southern Illinois at Menard. Col Prank P WhJpp. »tat* superintendant of prisons, said yesterday. Tb* guard »u rn- Czech Sport Society Is Ordered Disbanded BERLIN — (AP) — Dissolution of Sokol, the grwt Czech national sport organization, has been ordered by the new rekh'j protector for the Bohemia-Moravia protectorate, Oen. Relnhard Heldrlch, it was announced here Tuesday. The move was announced by the authoritative new 5 service Die st aus Deutschland. Whether Sokol already had jteen disbanded or was about to be was not disclosed. Dienst asserted that the sport organization, which has branches In many parts of the world, had been more-concerned with opposing Germany than with developing the bodies of its members. The commentary asserted that the excluded members had ;< io a certain extent" conducted themselves contrary to political principles laid down by Fireside^ Emil Hacha. equitaBle-rel lef-.- Dated, October 1, 1941. Lee E. Whistler, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Whiteside County, Illinois, •heldon and Brown, attorneys fa plaintiffs. Oct. 1, i, Rural Visitor Caught In City Folding Bed PORTLAND. ORE:—(AP>- new-fangled foldln' beds may be all right for city folks, but Warner Richmond thinks they're plumb dangerous. , He settled down for the away from hl« rural home, one did just what Qrandpappy _ ways said they would—folded hiii right into the wall, He w»s treated for lace and laceration). Cordinol Conali Chosen As Grand Penitentiary VATICAN CITY — (AP) — Pius XII today appointed Nie Cardinal Canali grand penitentiary to succeed the late Lorenzo Cardinal Lauri.. : The cardinal |>enitentlary administers supreme absolution when Ult pope dies and heads the PtnitensM4| ri» ApOBtolica which determiner penances imposed by the church both lay and clerical members. U. S. Plowing Tirl.st Enters Conodion Meet PETERBOROUGH. ONT. — iAJ») *-Gr»eme Stewsrt of -PtainfieM,rltt.7" who Mid he held the Wheatiand tUl« for thiep-boilotn plows, is the first U. 8. entrant in the 28->ear-hl»U» of the International plowing niatc _ flicaari. *iif» arrived ye»Ur4L with hi* wife at otice began pr«f£ Slayer Again Indicted KANKAKEi;, ILL. - <AP> — Bernard "Knifey" S»*-ickl, 18. who was sentenced to <fcatb f«r murdering a Chicago policeman, today was tuitU-r uuUctmwit ou a charge of murder* ing Hwiry Allaurj, Momence farmer, ^ on June 37. A Kankakee county tlcing in the Canidtan plowing styjg^ grand jury rcitin«4 the indictment > which he said, tra» causing hiM : ye*tejrda>'. j*otn* dtlftculli'.
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