Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 18, 1941 · Page 10
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Sterling, Illinois
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, TLLINOIB Farm Lands » Homes - Lots, The Best Buys-Always Listed In The Want* Ads Wan) Arl Rates And Information Mulln 41 Trunk l.ines for "Ad-Taker" CASH RATES Xe per word — 1st da? Ic per word — 2nd da? le per word— 8rd and each, succeeding day. Carrying charge — le per word additional if not paid within five day* of expiration date Minimum charts 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additional Ustd Cor* Guaranteed OK U?fd Cnrs CHEVROLET DUNNEBECK CHEVROLET CO 506 Locust St. Dogs, IT COSTS LESS TO USE MORE NICELY marker? ma)p Fox Tr>r- puppy. $5. Enri Grouse, 1702 Avr WAMT-AD A WKRTI»(G Rooms To R«nf Property To R«nr Sole — -Real !stat« iTWO furnlshfd rnom<: fnr licht FOUR ROOM partly infirm <W3 ho'.wkpppiriE: nbo on*- furnish- ' hunpnlnw. Grmvnld Avr.- fnquirr Ird room for licht, hou.^PkpppinR. Mrs. Ollvrr Spirrr, 509 Thud A\p. Livtsteck $2.00 TO K5.00 PAID for dead cattle and horses (exact pri:s depending on size and condition) We also pay for dead hogs Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling, 111. Phone Main 462. Reverse charges. CASH PAID for dead animals, horses, cattle and hogs We pay phone calls. Reverse charges Phone 1424. Sterling Rendering Th» Gazette will not b« responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any advertisement. Cards of Thanks, Furniture for Bale. Wanted to Rent and Situations Wanted advertisements are payable in advance. Announccmtnts WE WILL be glad to servt our old friends as well as new ones at McCue'« Corners. Phillips 06 products, lunches and cold drinks. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Buckingham. "Buck and Anne." Personals HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW those two words •re very popular, but to us they are not at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been used to defend many homes against the worry of unpaid bills, needed operations, home repair* and many other reasons. . WE* LOAN $35.00 to 1300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mort- fife* or^other aecurity. Repay to suit your Income or take as loof as II months. AH confidential of course. Community Loan Co. 202 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 846 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS , 1936 Chevrolet 2-DOOR 1939 Ford Coupe Weaver Motor Sales 6-8 W. Fifth St. Best Garage Jokerst Motor Sales DE SOTO & PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T TRUCKS Used Trucks "S^>^Si*%^*k^«rf 1 ^J-*XXX 1 lw*^^X^SXVj« 1931 FORD truck. Will trade for lumber. Charles Morris, 1500 W. Third St. Phone 1531-M. Dairy • Feeding program now Sunshine Feed Store. Phone 586 Weekend Sale Only CHEVnOLET tudor. . .'.$195 IMS DE ROTO 5Pdan $!>5 1933 CHEVROLET tudor.... $75 193fi FORD fudor $185 1935 TERRAPLANE tudor.. .5150 1934 FORD tudor S9R ' GET MORE milk dollars by start- 1933 PONTIAC tudor $85 ,^K your cows on the Wayn Haldeman Motor Co. 1207 East Fourth St. 1938 PONTIAC de luxe .sedan, radio and heater. 1936 PONTIAC roach 1936 CHEVROLET coupe, radio and heater, $275. 1933 PLYMOUTH coach. $75. Many Others—Easy Terms SMITH MOTOR SALES Rock Falls The cost becomes less per day ag more words and more days are used, 0-day ads cost 507o less per day t^an do ads for 1-day only. For best results, fully describe your proposition—order your ad to run 6 davs—cancel it when results are obtained. You will be charged only for what you use. Check the chart below and convince yourself of the savings of a 6-time run. These are CASH RATES payable at time of insertion or within 5 days after expiration date. REGISTERED Berkshire boars purebred yearling Jersey bull Morrison 2882. Arthu Phone Burch. ' CHESTER WHITE glUs hand stock hops, cholera Immune Chas. B. Jones, West Uncolnway HOLSTEIN BULL. 17 months old Guernsey heifer to freshen about Feb. 1st. J. C. Becker. Phone 424 SPECIAL PRICE on 100 Iba. of calf feed at $3.75, limited supply Bob Warner & Son, phone 81. $5-$15 PAID for live, sick or disabled COWS Call SCOtt B.V!rry Electrical Service, phone 503. Automotive ^SX>-*^ l *^W«^lui'SX^-N^V > SX l WHEEL alignment, free checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear system. Bob Browning* Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. ANTI-FREEZE GET YOUR NEEDS EARLY THEODORE JOHNSON OIL CO. PUREBRED Duroc Jersey spring boars, also one fall boar. Cholera immune. Jack Eddy. Erie. ONE COW. one heifer, both fresh soon. Henry Recnts. 8 miles north Sterling. Hoover road. Poultry . _ _ _^>U-V^XV^^^^N^>M-k_ CASH IN on the call for more eggs with Ful-O-Pep Egg and Breeder mash. You may save up to 15 to 2Q% on feed costs. Jos MaeLennan. Phone 937-W. Business Service Keys! WB NOW HAVE Victor's second gift offer. Two $1 Red Seal ftc- ords for only $1. Supply limited MERVTN H. REED 1 West Third St. Sterling We make auto> tension, door, store, house, office and padlock keys by duplicate or code. Master locks, mortise locks t night locks, springs, parts and lock SPECIAL every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, shampoo and finger wave 50c; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 75c. R. C. Hoffman Barber Jt Beauty Shop. WANT TWO passengers to share expenses and help drive on trip to Phoenix. Ariz, leaving Oct. 25. J. C. Thomson, 810 Ave. A, Rock •Falls. t*JM> to $3.50. Beautiful designs. Mrt. John P. Phelps, 108 West Fourth 8t. Phone 425-M. service at PRESCOTT'S '''• Third Phone 21 POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of all kinds THOS. McCUE Phone -970*2 - W— Uncolnwaj- FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 24«. Twfci City Plumbing and Heating Ser- FULLER tooth brushes'. I vice - Rocic Fall s choice of tooth paste or tooth powden Me. Prank Whlpple. Call TO. . - - DMNXTPrinee Castles One in a BfllUon malted milks— creamy, rich, smooth—only I8c. -___LMf-.—JFoyNd~.~.— LOST—Small brown silk purse with brown alligator billfold. Re- i.ward. SOI W. Seventh St. Phone LAWN GRADING, landscaping and tree surgery. Call Harry Duuck. Phone County 918-4 after 7 p. m. JACKSON'S Radio~8erv.ceT~402 W Seventh. Phone 495-W Amplifiers built to order. Guaranteed se: ice,-— ! Usitf C«rs FOR COMMERCIAL and air-conditioning estimates and service. Mac's Refrigeration Phone 1098. DELIVERY service. Ught~dfay and rubbish hauled. Prank L. Schrader. Smoke Shop. Call Ml AUTOMATIC HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHREN8' SERVICE CALL 1719 21% BREEDER mash, $3.15 cwt.; 32% Poultry Supplement, $355 cwt.; Egg mash, $2.45 cwt.; 32% Dairy, $2.65 cwt. McCarthy Feed Co., Rock Falls. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapln's Hatchery. Tampico. Merchandise 2 14" Hi-clearance plows. $110. Tilt-Bed trailer, holds 20 cans, $75. Wood Gear farm truck on rubber, $54.50. 75 bu. manure spreader on steel, $162.50. Slightly ustd 3-section rotary hoe. $90. Sears, RoejHick_&_Ca rAKM STOKE Farmers HERE IS A WAY to help your-, selves and your country. Trade us your scrap iron and steel for gasoline, oil, coal, lumber, farm machinery, etc. Grove's, Rock Falls. John Deere pick-up hay press with motor . /2-row pull-type picker fiFACR WORDS 2* IT fi DAYS rMh Price 1.35 1.44 K.S2 1.8« 2.23 Dully COD. .tt!4 .24 3,1 M . .37 H 2.71 I S DATB i:»»n Price .941 .M l.M 1.19 1.54t i in imiiT Co»t .31 M .36 .40 .50 Ml 1 DAT Cash Price .45 M .75 .99 Dairy Cwrt .45 .41 .75 COMPLETE DESCRIPTION COSTS LESS PER UNIT. MORE INSERTIONS COSTS LESS PER DAY We have answers to the following. Blind Want-Ads: LH, 818, Roofers, 499 Form Products •>^^^^^^^Vr^S^>-^k^*^X>^XSX 1 XXS^^-«. SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. Harve Plock, Chadwick. Phone 35H. POTATOES. 75c bag; cabbage, 2c Ib. 605 Grace Ave., Rock Falls. By the Prophetstown road. DUCHESS Af^~SECkEL PEARS 512 Nlnteenth Avenue Phone 1439-J Household Goods USED OIL burning circulating heater. Inquire 102 Twelfth Ave. Rock Falls. Household Goods > *>'>i«N-*^,*^N-r>X%S > VX<i^N^^'tS<^W%SX*' > fcX'W-X^X*N> FELT BASE LINOLEUM 9x12 five year guaranteed rugs $7.95 9x12 Armstrong Quaker $6.05 9x12 Armstrong Standard.. .$5.9 9x12 Blrd-Neponset $4.91 >x!2 Manttex ...;.... $3.9! We stock odd sizes from 6x9 tc 12x15. Yard goods in 6, 9 and 12 ft. widths. Ask to see the new noil-proof inlaid linoleum. SDSGMAN FURNITURE CO. Musicol —- Radios *"*^>^^i»X*>^%i^^*%^*%<"».»N.»%rf"s»%^rf'W>^.J'' l <-<^i<'W^V 10c lOc lOc is all It costs to have your favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. BAND instruments. Trombones, •cornets, trumpets, saxophones, drums, etc. Excellent stock. Engel's Music Store. 1210 E. Fourth. VANETTI'S N. LOCUST ST. PHONE 386 Oil heaters Phllgas stoves Coal circulating heaters Frlgldalres f:roai*y STERLING IMPLEMENT COT J. C. BECKER, MGR. Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Heed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. Phone 414 1937 . &•' DESOTO 1936 OLDS. COACH 1936 LA SALLE SEDAN 1935 OLDS, SEDAN 1996 CHEVROLET COACH 1936 CHEVROLET SEDAN CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows included John Frey. 704 W Seventh St. EXPERT RADIO repairing, elec^ trical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric .Service,. PJione. m. _ . Help Wonted CARRIER BOY, must be 14 years old, have phone in own home, living in east end of Rock Falls. Apply George Engel, care Gazette. MIDDLEAGED married man wanted to take charge of small farm with dairy in connection. Write LL, care Gazette. GIRL or woman for housework and care of child. Steady. Home nights. Mm. K. L.. Bummers, 505 W: Twelfth St. - TWO-ROW M-M picker, picked .50 acres; one new McCormick- Deering 2-row jn.ll-picker.Gonl- gam-BassrHUl-Co., Walnut. HAWAIIAN" guitar~and~ case" in good condition, $10. Crochet table cloth, large sice, $25. Write CO, care Gazette. Cadillac sweepers Haag washers Used stoves .of all kinds Used auto parts.and tires Used hot water auto heaters Prices right Terms and trades Priced To Move Used washers, $8.50 up; radios $2.95 up; cooking stoves, $5 up Grab these bargains. Also good used oil burning coal and wood circulating heaters at attractive prices. Gamble Store. W, EXPERIENCED mechanic wanted, steady work. References required. Apply Vanetti's, N. Lo- c.utt Bt. TOLEDO scale, market type, almost new; also Royal typewriter, standard size. Inquire 1508 East Fourth Bt. COOK"STOVE,'t«ft» wbeeTTraiP er, both in good condition. Bargains for quick sale. Call M8-M. USED NEW IDI^."Trpwrcorn^ picker, good condition, $200 cash. R. N. Long, County 930-11. x Several used tractors, plows, discs MYLIN AGRICULTURE STORE ' ___ _ BLACK DIRT, good clay Wright, 604 Fifteenth Ave , Rock Falls. SHOTGUNg- RIFLES-BHELLfi WILLIAM SHARP PHONE 1176 NOW IN STOCK. GET YOUR SPECIAL FINISH ORDERS IN NOW, USED MACHINES, $7.50 UP. GUARANTEED REPAIRS, ALL MAKES. SINGER AGENCY, Slp^EASTJTHIRD ST. CALL 1994. POUR ROOM l>f f ui-niture, room, baby furniture, living room, kitchen, electric refrigerator. Sacrifice. Mrs. 107 Sixth Ave. Milford Hosier, SPECIAL Sewing machines cleaned, oiled, adjusted, $1. Parts for all makes. Moore's 1815 Locust St. 1411-W 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.95 and $3.95. Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First Ave. ESTATE Heatrola, 10" pot; oil burner, other heating stoves. Reasonably priced. 1906 E, Fifth. WATCHi for our grand opening ad in nejtt week's Gazette. Ltath Stor« Specials Hunters Special DUCK SEASON IS IN FULL V.V SWING Shells at lowest price in the city Complete assortment of guns for duck hunting Sears, Roebuck & Co. INVEST in LOTS !.'>! nrr a mvr.'-t rnrn! We r, , _, i. i_-,j i • , havr thf Inrcrst sHectlnn n f RpfprPnrp rfnuirfd. No children .-»•,.,- ^.-, * ' . ..,«., ,-L 208 E FiffhSt ROOM flat, nrwiy df\-or- .choir" ints in Sterling. Choo>« _ ated. private hath and rntianre. fill Fourth A\r. Phonr 155S-.I. TWO furnished room. 1 ;, gn.s. TV trr. heht.s and heat furnished. FO UR ROOM modern h^e' 3f)i Private entranrr. i ai indn-_priv- Thirteenth Avr.Call a? nni Fifth Adults only. Phone 1785-R TWO furnished light housekeep- Ave. Phone 1946-M evenmcs. or t-.xn in the new, fast eroding subf!i\is!on~ now. These lots •.viil douh! < - in value. Easy Jprms F L Fi'ney Bill Pitney rh;ifk Sprinkle Room 2ii. : > Lawrence Bide. : ; per $.15 per month. Five room npartment, east of ing room,, .round f.nor. private'! ™° S^' ^^ f^N ROOM br.rk h= nn N. rntranre. sink, laundrv privileges.'Siren. Routed Rork Fall, L " r " St R? mndrrn ln PVPry fP * 102 Twelfth Are , Rork Falls TUT,,^ D ,W, . — -. . THREE ROOM house, water ftir- MODERN four room flat for rent, nished, has lights, cas and toilet. Broadway. S35 per month. Half Inquire Frank Girardi's Shoe Inquire at 90R Eighth Ave of double house in good residen- Shop. 220 East Third St. Sterling., SEVEN ROOMS and ban, B ». ""' ,f"™'. rl ™< > '"• "" <*' »5. », 8 .,«, Ave. Le J^, "-';, ^^V"' TWO LARGE light housekeeping ' Goi 'l dinK ' I5 w - Third st rooms. $3.25 ;one sleeping room,: STEAM heated cottages, garage IS DANGEROUS to rely on $1.75. Lights, water. 204 W. Eleventh St.. Rock Falls. LARGE furnished apartment, ,««£..- ,^ «„=; <"'""„"<»:< «"^*>>± Cabins. West Lincolnway. stracting can prove, very costly in the end. Demand a reliable HALF of double house, strictly' abstract made by H B Wilkin- ground floor, strictly private, i modern, garage, possession Nov ' son Co. Morrison 111 Everything furnished but gas.! 9. 312 W. Third St. - LAD-P.-.. ^— 510 East Seventh St. , OJV •-- - .PAR HA modern four room cot__ SIX ROOM well located home, I taRe, IncIudinR electric range, oil MODERN two room furnished!Immediate possession. Ezra Ma- first floor apartment, private thew. Phone 1180. THREE and one-half room partly modern bungalow, Inquire 1306 Locust St. bath, entrance, adults, bus line. 1306 Locust. THREE ROO~\f~modern~ apartment, downtown. Possession Nov. 1st. Adults.only. L. E. Long, 1305 Sixth Ave TWO light housekeeping rooms, furnished. Water, heat furnished. Sleeping room. Adults. 602 W. Third St. TWO furnished rooms In modern home, stoker heat, private entrance, close in. 602 Third Ave. MODERN furnished" apartme"nt", newly decorated. Gas, heat and wat«rjurnishcd. 401 Eleventh Av. THREE unfurnished rooms, water and lights furnished. Private ntrance. 1111 Third Ave. TWO ROOM apartment "with iath; also sleeping room. 10 ~ourth Ave. HALF of double house, partly modern, $12.50 month. 612 Thirteenth Ave. FIVE ROOM houscT~ncw.y orated. Inquire 1213 W. Fifth St. WonNd To Rtnt SMALL HOUSE or unfurnished apartment wanted, close in. Call 762-W. Real Estate TWO ROOM furnished apart ment, close in. Inquire at 317 xx:ust St. THREE ROOM furnished apart went. Inquire 404 Seventh Ave Rock Falls. BICYCLED. Complete line ef La Salle models. Buy now for Christmas on lay-away plan. Wide range of prices. Ohnen & King 408 East Third St. This Week's Special 20"x4" attractive all - purpose glass' utility shelf. 25c each. Hur- dlfc Hardware, Rock Falls. CEILINGS FREE WITH WALLPAPER SIDEW ALLS AND BOR- PROVEMENT CO., 410 E. THIRD Wonted To Buy MEDIUM SIZE upright piano wanted for Sunday school use Must be reasonable or if presented as a gift to the Lighthouse Chapel; 1003 Ave. L, will be much appreciated. Phone 1465-R. Wtoring. Apparel •**+**J******f*****t***^*»~~*S>***r**S^^ SEE MY big line of custom tai- ored clothing and yoTl'll be a customer. Paul Bonn .man. 936. TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics, 'rank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. Si Co., 211 First Ave. Rooms To Rbiit - - - -rfX*^r%^>«.rw^-«.«-^^x^«^*^w%.«.(rw^**.«> - .^^^ MODERN two room apartment, urivate bath, large closet/ dress- ng room, furnished or unfurnished. Cl«tn, attractive, reason° - {able. CkN«<1n. Phone 8&3-J. Property To Rtnt *^^-^^^>«^^>*%-^^^XS.^HI-» al -M-*^^ ROOM modern home with hrte stall garage, $40 per month ight room house with garage 35 per month; nine room home long the river, modern, oil heat arage, $50 per month; eight oom house, modern, garage, N Locust St., $40 per month;-half f double house, Sixth Ave., six rooms, $30 per month; six room ouse, furnished, to a reliable arty, $50 month; six room ouse, lights and toilet, $20 per monthr-six-Toom-HBatr-$2S-per month; four room flat, modern. $25 per month; six room bungalow, modern in every way, $45 per month. Six room cottage, modern except for hardwood floors, garage, Rock Falls, $25 per month. Five room bungalow, modern, $35 per month. W. Sixth St., possession Nov. 1st. GAULRAPP & FLOCK STRICTLY modern, newly decorated fire room first floor apartment in new building. Heat, water; Speroni apartment building, 206 W. Fifth St., Sterling. Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call 795. COMPLETELY furnished first class new bungalow to right couple, Rock Falls, All modern conveniences. Young lady reserves privileges. Inquire Girardi's Shoe Repair Shop, 220 East Third St., Sterling. MODERN HOME on N. Locust, Immediate possession; also four room apartment. Inquire at of- fice.JL J^Folkera. HOUSE, thjre«~ro6ms anTliath. immediate possession. Inquire E. L. Albus, 111 Fourth Ave., Rock Falta. THE FOLLOWING FARMS FOR CASH OR ON EASY TERMS 175 acres, $12,000, down payment $1.200; good buildings, land rolling; will make a good livestock and dairy farm. 143 acres at $120 per acre, down payment $5,000; well located In Lyndon township. 180 acres, $25,000, down payment $5,000; good buildings; 120 acres of this farm—no better land anywhere. 200 acres, $20 per acre, $2.000 down payment. 160 acres, $30 per acre. $2,400 down payment; sand land with good buildings. Also many other listings. PAUL D. CARLSON ERIE, ILL burner and water heater. Eastend. Sterling. $1800.1. B. Snavely ECONOMY cottager"and smali 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. Ltgal Notices '^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^'^^^^^^ ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE All perrons havinc'claimB"ajrair the pstatft of Pertnison M. R/*d, d>notified and requested City Farmers and Farmerettes Attractive four room bungalow and 5Vi acres of good black sol n Route 88. Has two wells, chicken house, pig pen, double garage Here is*an opportunity to raise •and-still "PIT near town. Selling price only $4500 HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone 1930 GRENNAN'S INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. STERLING—Modern seven room house, three bedrooms, E. Sixth St., $3500. Five room apartment for rent, Fifth Ave., $20 month. ROCK FALLS —Modern four room bungalow with_ garage GOOD productive 180, has seven room modern house. Other buildings in good repair. Also 80-60-40 acres, 'ARMS and city properties wanted for sale. My commission for sales 2 and 3%. Fred W. Berge. ; AN ATTRACTIVE 4~room home n Rock Falls on two lots. Excel- ent condition throughout as It is practically new. Abstract available for extra lot. Only $2250. GAULRAPP & FLOCK Exclusive Agents VE HAVE a nice six room house. This house has only been built hree years. Is nicely located and modern in every way. Eke W. H. Stanley and SOD, Donald. cPa.sod. lo nttend the third Monday'of'Utt month of November, A. D. 1941. oJ the County Court of Whitesld* County, Illinois, in probate, for the adjustment thwof. Dated this llth dny of Octobtr, A. D. 1M1. Donald Rwd. Administrator. 1. L. Weaver, attorney for •drain- is tra tor. Oct. 11, II. LEGAL NOTICE State of Illlntjfi > >ss. County of Whitesid*) In the County court of ,S*id County In th* matter of the petition Charles L. Oilroy and Sue Oilroy to adopt Jayne Rowbottom. No. 11 M. ADOPTION NOTICE To Jamea Rowbottotn, Defendant: Take notice that on the 32nd <U of August, A. D. 1941, a petlttoB~ was filed by Sue Gllroy and Chartes L. Gllroy in the County Court of Whiteside County, Illinolii. for tbt adoption of a child named Jcvnc Rowbqttom. Now' unless you appear withia( twenty days after the date of this notice and show cause against such application, the petition shall b» taken «* confessed and the decree of adoption entered. &ated_October-l*r--A?-D.—1»41 _„ jop^pfo Mann, Oct. II LEGAL NOTICE State of Illinois ) County of Whlteslde) City of Sterling ) In the City Court of Sterling < Alice M. Wilt, et a), Plaintiffs. vs. Glenn W. Whitebread, et al., Defendants. In Chancery. No. 2622. Notice is ttereby given to W. Whitebread, Galen M. White- breadi Maud Kelsey. Clox! CUB Whitebread, Clyde Whitebread, Mar. tha Sawin, Jacob Whitebread, Gertrude Allen, Grace Cline, Lydia Clifford, Blanch* Smith, Walter P., Whitebretd, Sidney Whitebread, LylvU Loft us, Goldie WhiWbread, Aaron Whitebread, Albert Whitebread, ETizTTililler, Joslah Whitebread, Amanda Cullison, Bert W, Holllster. J. H. Hollist«r, Grace M. Brown, Zet« M. Politi, Fred K. Hoi- ' ister, "Unknown Heirs or Deviaee* of Mary E. Taylor, deceased," araf •Unknown Owners." defendant* to be served by publication, that Midi suit entitled as above is now pend« ng in said court, and default may be entered against you and each •( you therein on and after the lllfc day of November, A. D. INI. Roy R. Baer. . J. J. Ludens, attorney, Sterling M. .Oct. 11, II, » MOtttSON Ml WCttlTY NEWS The Evening Argument Aunt Her •T BCMUBT QUILL** Poor Pa •t CLAUDB OALLAM Sears, Roebuck & Co. to work on farm, good home, electricity, no children. Write- 555. fJazett.. ^ FILL DI R T {^ ior clothing EXPERIENCED clothing man i W in Don ^y-_* <tt Broadway. Good position. Write 438. care j 350 SIDeWALftfbrtek. Cheapln" " i quire 507 W. Sixth 8t Gazette. Oldsmobile* Dealer Third Ave. DO ¥OC want to atii your car? caak pric* on laU «• /. «uWu, AMD M. ft. •t; 1. Oortoit U«l, FOR SALE WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FULLY EQUIPPED BOOTHS ANft COUNTERS SEATING CAPACITY 39 Selling because of poor health. WRITE M7. CARE GAZETTE PURKBKIP Chow farm north of Plum Hollow goll Wade, COMK AND GET *EM Michigan sweet cider; 15c gallon, plus lOc deposit for container. All kindj of Michigan apples at bargain prices. Wt sell ti* best for less. Let us prove it to thow who ha vent given us a trial yet. Our motto is satisfaction or your money refunded. Hi~Way Gardens _ MM* Unc^lnway CABBAGE and p*nr«M*ry»ui», JCQMl. Pt¥MM §*§-W. • Uen don't know ao much about apart. I've always beard «H!W> "I pity Dora's little boy bc- cauM he don't like htr new hu*- ,--- «-^ -— • - - »« ---.--no- - JT-i ,T=.» air . immimmffl fl^W* *^^P W ,^W" T^W"W fP£9r'9r*?Jf. AsX. out, but n0 tven F» can re- it snout be long^nUl she'll find W |^t pitctow dpoa »4." OM to suit Wmk" 'Ktys of Hit Kingdom- Reviewed by Miss Anil Potttrot Club A book review by Miu Ann Potter, was a feature of the meeting of the Morrison Houiehold Science club held Friday afternoon at the country home of lit*. Paul Wilson. The guest speaker gave a review of the book. "Keys of the Kingdom," written by A. J. Cronin. Mia. Ralph Lane, dUlrkt garden chairman, and lira. W. H. Sprinkle, ter •pending several days at the office in Springfield. His work will take him away from Morrison two or poisibly there days each week. Farewell Party for Mrs. H. W. Burkitt airs. H. W. Burkitt was honored at a farewell party and meeting of the Morrison O. E. S. Friday ever ning in the Masonic hall. Mrs. Burkitt. who ic « past worthy matron; of the lodge and who hu been the organist, has moved to Rockford. Knox strett is weU uiidtrway. but-. when the bids were let it v as found that the $30.000 bond issue would not cover the cwt. . Hostess to Teachers Eleanor Mathew was hoetcat !• the MprrlGoit Teachers' club Wednesday evening at which time B^rnlot Coiirady reported on the book, "There's No Place Like Home." Ttw members held a social hour. TtMt Peter&en will tw the next hoetaw. * Hew Arrivol Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mr*, Ray Morgan of Thomson at the Morrison hospital Saturday. district civil service chairman, re-) which will be her future home. She ported on the federated meeting'was presented with a gilt from the they attended at Stockton on September ir At th* mwUng, which wac attend-' «d by M iwnoac. including five ttutc womtn. Mn. Fred B. Ra&tecte. Mre. Bdna Barrett and Mrs. Robert WilMo, Ucuoe members of the group. , The refrethment cooiuiittee wa* MnpOMKi o« Vera Fields, Rachel Roteruoo. Nellk Bum*, Arvilla Watt and Luva MarUn. lodge members by Wlllard Humphrey and she responded with a short talk. After the meeting 14 tables ol cards were played. Voters to Decide on ly Home from Springfield Dr. H. L. PMtiU wtMt ww sut« at tirtitMt dittcter of ef public The MorrUon rt&idenu. will go to the polls Tuesday to decide the late of the propoMd 910.000 bond i&sue to complete the building of Morrison's new Munidpoi hoapital. The polls wffl be open from I •. m. until i p. m Work oo the new hQ*piwj 135Men toColoneli WASHINGTON — <AP> ~ Th| promotion of 135 regular army lieutenant colonels to the temporary rank of colonel was announced UK. day by the war department. Virtually all the officers hav§ been performing the dyttes of colon* els. such *s regimental commander*, and their temporary promotion wa» in line with a department policy of giving officers the rank corn- mensurate with their assicruncuu. Permanent promoUoa to colonel U bawd on aeniority. but the tem« porary promoUons were made en §' election tack of the officers' r»c» ordf fc tiw performnnce of th»tr duUe*. parttcularb/ Ui* 4U_ t «f

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