Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 23, 1955 · Page 11
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph | Monday, May 23, 1955 Page 11 LEGAL ) S3. Count v of I.ee ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LKE COUNTY THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDINGS OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. FOR \\D ON BEHALF OF THE PEO-FLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Petitioner, UNKNOWN HEIRS OR DEVISEES OF HENRY E. MILLER. DECEASED and THE UNKNOWN OWN- VRS AND UNKNOWN PERSONS INTEKKSi VU lis TMt; DUUJJW-A-n PREMISES. TO-WIT: A Lot pi- Tract o£ Land (about 8 rods square) near the Southwest „-,. nt the Northpast Quart? Section Ten (10) in Township Twenty-one (21) North, Range Eisrht (8) East of the Fourth Prin-t ipal Meridian in the County of Lee and State of Illinois I being the lot or tract of land now used for a school house site..). Defendants. AT LAW CFN. NO. 55 - -1? PETITION FOR CONDEMNATION to YOU. UNKNOWN HEIRS OR DEVISEES OF HENRY E. MIL LER. L>iL^£.At>tLU. ana inc. uiv t.-x-OWN OWNERS AND UN KNOWN PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING PREMISES, TO-WIT : A Lot or Tract of Land (about 8 rods square) near the Southwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section Ten (.10! in Township Twentv-one (21) North, Range Eight iSl East of the Vnnrth PnnciDal Meridian in the Countv of Lee and State of Illinois i hpmp the lot or tract of land \is°d for a school house site), that suit entitled as above has been commenced and is now pending asramst von ana otner perso u-hnrem Petitioner seeks to exi snish all rights of access from the following described leal estate to, fiom or over the highway adj< mcr surh nremises and known State Bond Issue Route 6 and also known as Federal Aid Road 7: A Lot or Tract of Land (about Kignt lis) rtocis sq- bet- East of the Fourth Principal Morirlipn in the CoUlltv of Lee and State of Illinois (being the lot or tract of land now used for a school house site): ?nd to make iust compensation to the owners and persons interested in said real estate. AND YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that unless on or before Monday June 20th. 1955. you shall appear and defend in said suit, default judgment mav be entered against vou on the 'day following or thereafter. JOHN O. SHAULIS. JR. Clerk of the above Court May 9, 16, 23. 1955 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF LUTHER W. NEWCOMER, LATE OF DIXON IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, RETIRED HOTEL MANAGER. DECEASED. All claims against the above estate, dulv verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if anv. must be sent to the undersigned before the 21st day of June, 1955. F. X. Newcomer, Aiice B. Hersch, Executors 202 First Sheet Dixon. Illinois HL WSPAPtRl 30. 19; IRCHIVE® . reject any o LEGAL PROPOSALS STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDINGS DIVISION OF WATERWAYS Sealed proposals for furnishing 11 labor, services, equipment and materials, and for doin^ all woi-k necessary for reconstructing: the Pearl Street Footbridge over the Illinois and ATirfiie-an Canal in i Marseilles, LaSalle County. Illinois wm oe received ov the State or Illinois, Department of Public Works and Buildings. Division of Waterways, 201 West Momoe Street Springfield. Illinois until 10:30 a.m., CDST, Mav 24, 1955 and then publiclv opened and read. Anion? other items the nroiect includes approximately 3500 board feet of untreated lumber and 300 pounds of hardware. nans ana specifications are on le in the office of the Division of Waterwavs, 201 West Monroe Street Springfield. Illinois, and the Illi- and Michiean Canal Ofnce. &03 State Street Lockport. Illinois, where they mav be obtained free of charge 'bv interested parties. ine prevailing wages to oe paiu i said work are as listed in said specifications. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a Bank Cashier's Check. Certified Check or Bank Draft in the amount of at least ten (10) per cent of the total amount of the proposal. ine state reserves tne ngnc to all bids. Thomas B Casey, Chief Engineer. Mav 13, 18, 23, 1955 Countv of Lee ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LEE COUNTY; CHARLES A. SCOTT. EVA PEARL SCOTT. Plaintiff Defendant In Chancerv. General No. 55-60 The reouisite affidavit for oub- lication having been filed, notice is nerebv riven vou. mva. Feari Scott, in the above entitled suit that the above suit nas been com menced in the Circuit Court of Lee Pn.mtv Illinois hv thp said nlain- ff against you, ana tnat saia suit > now pending and undetermined i said Court. Dravmg for divorci from vou. and for other relief that summons was auiv issued out of said Court against you as pro- Now. therefore, unless vou. the said Eva Pearl Scott, the said de fendant, file vour answer to the complaint in said suit or otherwise make your appearance therein, m the said Circuit Court of Lee Coun-1 v held in the Court House in the City of Dixon. Illinois on or before the tnira Monday in june xsdd, hPino- thp 20th dav of June 1955. default may be entered against vou at any time after that day and a decree entered in accordance with the praver of said complaint. John O. Shaulis, Jr.. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lee County, Mav 15. 23, 28, 1955 I The job you've been hoping to una may oe m me wain, aus-this very minute. But if it's not there today, look again tomorrow, and the next. Yes, new job-offers -appear in the Classified section daily. Many of the best positions in town are filled directly through Want Ads. Dial 2-1 1 1 LEGAC be received by the State of Illinois Division nf Ai-pniteotnre and Engi neering. Armorv-Office Building, Springfield. Illinois, Tuesday. May 31. 1D55. at two rnirty o ciock P.M.. Central Daylight Saving Time : 1. uenerai; Mecnanicai: Electrical Work - New Pasteurizing Plant. Kitchen and Dining Build-inr. Alton State Hospital. Alton. Illinois 2. uenerai: Heating ana numD-ing: Ventilating: Pipe Covering: Kitchen Equipment; Electrical Work - Rehabilitation of Ward Building CW-19. Chicago State Hospital. Chicago. Illinois 3. Repairs and Retubing of Boiler No. 3 - Illinois School for the Deaf, Jacksonville, Illinois 4. Disposal of Old Filtration Plant Equipment. Classified as Junk or Obsolete Items. Manteno State Hospital. Manteno, Illinois 5. General: Heating tnd Plumbing: Pipe Covering; Bakery Equipment; Electrical Work-Relocation of Bakery. Peoria State Hospital. Peoria, Illinois 6. General W oik Including Electrical and Mechanical Work-Storage Building. Division of Highways, near Northfield, Illi- All proposals to be in accordance vith nlans and soecifications which mav be viewea in tne division oi Architecture and Engineering Of- Spriiigfield. Illinois, and 160 North L,asaiie bireei. <jmcago. uiinuis. Louis H. Gerding SuDervisinz Architect May 17. 23. 27, 1955 NOTICE State of Illinois ) County of Lee 1 City of Dixon > i mv oath, do denose and sav that the following is my expense ection to the office of Commis-oner for the City Election held i ADril 19th. 1955'. for the City of Dixon, Illinois. EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED Dixon Evening Telegraph ..$ 84.00 k k. Shaw Pnntmz com pany 23.75 Grand Total $107.' L. J. WELCH Signature Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th dav of April, A.D. 1955 Corrine Gerdet, Notary Public May 23. 1955 City of Dixon ) I, Paul Potts, being duly sworn on mv oath, do depose and say that the following is mv expense account for the campaign 'for the election to the office of Commissioner, for the City Election held on April 19th, 1955, for the City of Dixon. Illinois. EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED Amount Matches $ 29.25 B. F. Shaw Printing Uim- co Postage Dixon Evening Telegraph 83.15 Radio 20.0 Car Expense and workers .. 85.0 Grand Total $381 9 PAUL POTTS Signature May 23. 1955 G«t what tou want by reading want Aas; An aniaonc nuw h*r of sala-offers acoear in Classi fied »ection. That'i where vou ret help in a hurrv. LEGAL State of Illinois ) County of Lee ) City of Dixon ) ) as. City of Dixon ) I. Orval L. Gearhart Jr.. toeing duly sworn on my oath, do depose and say that the following is my expense account for the campaign for the election to the office of Commissioner, for the City Elec tion neia on April i»tn. idoo, tor thp Oitv of Dixon. Illinois. EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED Amount Advertising B. F. Shaw ....$102.33 Printing. Slagle and Son .. 31.50 Printing. Rapid Printers ... 24.00 Stamps , 6600 Grand Total J223.83 ORVAL, Li. UEAKHAKT, JK. Signature Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th dav of May. A.D. 1955. Irene E. Hamill Notary Public of Illinois ) County of Lee ) Mav 23. !».">& i. Lawrence k. Koos. being auiv vorn on my oath, do depose and iy mat tne lonowmg is my ex-mse account for the campaign for the election to the office of Police Magistrate, for the Citv Election held on April 19th. 1955, for the Citv of DLxon. Illinois. EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED Amount W.S.D.R $ 45 00 oixon evening leiegrapn .. ^.ou siagies r-riniing v^u Workers 96.00 Grand Total $260.' LAWRENCE E. BOOS Subscribed and sworn this 20th day of Mav, Irene E. Hamill Notary Public Signature May 23. 1955 City of Dixon ) I. William V. Slothower. being duly sworn on my oath, do depose and say that the following is my expense account for the campaign for the election to the office of Mayor, for the City Election held on April 19th. 1955, for the City of Dixon, Illinois EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED Amount Dixon Evening Telegraph Advertising $ 82.00 Printing election cards 7.50 Automobile Transportation , expenses 40.00 Grand Total S129.50 WILLIAM V. SLOTHOWER Signature Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th dav of April, A.D. 1955. ry Public May 23. 1955 State of Illinois ) County of Lee ) ) ss. City of Dixon ) l, c i_.yie Banara, oeing auiy sworn on mv oath, do depose and sav that the following is mv ex pense account for the campaign for the election to the office of Commissioner, for the Citv Elec tion held on April 19th, 1955, lor the Citv of Dixon. Illinois. EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED Amount Newspaper Ad's and plates $ 58.20 Book Matches 39.50 Cars 20 00 Hand Bills 17.50 Grand Total $135.20 C. LYLE BALLARD Subscribed and sworn to before me Signature Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th dav of May, A.D. 1935. Irene E. Hamill Notary Public. May 23. 1955 Shopping With Our Neighbors FRANKLIN GROVE and ASHTON Ashton Concrete A , , A . I \a/ cdp ATT Co Anhydrous Ammonia J. W. orKAl I Phone 21 -asMoiliil YYl lb Live Stock and Manufacturers Norwaik . ■ " General Trucking concrete vaults $2.50 Per Acre Application Fee EAGLE TRIPLK FRANKLIN asphaxt™ G^o^ 8240Q GRovE( ^ See Your Undertaker for sample Models STANLEY HULLAH Phone 88 Ives Concrete Vaults COLLECT Trench Digging for Sewer n Q| ^Q P> QQS Blirhenn Tile — Septic Tanks— Dry 7 - >-o w n TP4PTAP 20 lbs- or i.000 Gal. & Well — Filter Beds ^2 W-D TRACTOR _ x. _ j I.* '47 J.D. A TRACTOR K\r\nr*r homev Footings - Foundations BAYLOR-FIT WEED NORGE Full Insurange Coverage SPRAYER A I * j. I T I ■ For w.c. and w.d. Appliances Livestock trucking r, t < n TRACTORS . For Information on all _ , „„r m„T. „„„„ and ROTARY CULTIVATORS rn, Digging Jobs caii ^ ^ rKUl I O General Hauling Andrew Scharpf WEISHAAR GARAGE Ashton, III. 215, Ashton " " ' p, 111 Anrfrpw Alhrprhf Allis-Chalmers Dealer rnone DL^^ H7 3 4^2, Dixon ASH^On! ILL. | Franklin Grove, HI. Ph°ne 137 HOWARD SHELL SERVICE ~ LOOK Bud Howard, Prop. Where peop!e Advertise Franklin Grove, Ph. 42 ADVERTISE TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES - WASH grease - tire repair - polish Where People Look Li'l Abner By AI Capj I "^3^ fr> iili.fr 1 I (-'BUT-IT'S ALL '—v/- s'gK*- 1 f^KNO^nW^E^^9$8 MY^-THASS \( WHO VOJLOfP Abbie and Slats By Raeburn Van Burco ■m^H^^MBH^H r.-MUSTHAV6 BttN M DON' I '^fl W SO AMANDA SOKE'S JUST ^1 I BUT ITS NOT ThFma|^^IHB| ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B j*V 1MA&NADO). MUCH ) M6NT1OM ) WHAT SHE APPEARS TO BE - A ^B AMANCWS STARJS6 AT.' 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