Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 26, 1955 · Page 23
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 23

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 26, 1955
Page 23
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph | SALE-REAL ESTATE Thursday, May 26, 1955 wasted to buy Paj?e 23 Beeler Buildera Inc. ANNOUNCING a few lots adjoin- ■ — ■ iriR Assembly Park. (Dixon), . . . m . . . with city water, gas and sewer SALE-REAL ESTATE North Side Lanewood Drive. Be- _ ^^^StJ^LZZlCZZ^^ tween Institute and Myrtle Ave. •■>:. acres with 7-room house in Build a luxurious National Home"i «?f River. Can be used as "> Three or Four bedroom - One or apartments. Priced to sell. Phone two baths - With or without base- .3112 Leaf River. ment. Homes restricted $12,500 to _L- J19.500 starting $1,200 down. Call Several sood buys in homes. collect Sterling 3722 or see us JOHN W. KING. REALTOR 102».£ West 2nd St.. Rock Falls. Phone 2-4173 — — 2 Lots in Amboy: 1 occupied by Ross 2nd Hand Store. Mrs. Paul et»t* nf Illinois t Thiel. -Maple Park. 111. State 01 Illul0la ■ }> M ' T i T~ County of Lee ) 5 room bungalow .large rooms, ESTATE of Maude H. Chris-full basement, oil heat, insulated, tiance. DECEASED Sarag;e. South side. Price $13,500. Public notice is hereby given. Modern 2 story 7 room house, gas that the undersigned, executor of heat, double garage with extra the estate of Maude H. Christiance, lot. North Side. deceased, will attend before the 5 Room bungalow, oil heat, close County Court of Lee Countv. at the to school. Northeast Side. Court' House in Dixon on "the 15th F.'^s for sale. dav of June> AD. 1955, at 10 Lots for sale. o'clock A.M.. for the. purpose of F. X NEWCOMER & CO. making a final settlement of said Phone 4-1821 'estate, at which time and place I Evenings F. M. Kness 3-7172 will ask for an order of distribu- . tion, and will also ask to be dis- KNOW WHERE BARGAINS ARE? charged. All persons interested In Classified! Home, car, furni- are notified to attend, ture anything - see Want Ads Dated at Dixon, Illinois, May FIRST. ' 23rd, A.D. 1955. Harry C. Christiance 4 room modem bungaiow, oil heat. . , _ , Executor «i 500 down, balance $55 per Albert H. Hanneken, month. Price $10,500. Attorney. H. E. GERDES. Realtor May 26. June 2, 19no Office phone -1-9411 Evenings phone 3-65S7 or 4-2K.T1. Mighty Little Want Adt — "Mar- . ket - Place of Millions" Make it in minutes! Tes, it's speedy and easy to tolre problems TT _ T 1VT ^""can^'Sii.^ Economical Have JNew JName -swissviLLE special" Argoniie Lab Will 3 bedroom bungalow complete ~ with hardwood ' floors, plaster ,r»tmvrTnm in n * _ walls, citv sewer, storm windows WASHINGTON i.P-The Argonne and screens throughout, enclosed National Laboratory at Lemont. ! front porch. 2-car" garage. Price 111., would be renamed in honor 512.500. Call for an appointment of the ^ Dr Enrico Fermi unto see ^^Th^LCH c0_ der legislation introduced Wed-102 First St. ' Dixon nesday by Rep. Yates (D-Ill.) Phone 3-S171 or 2-9671 [ The italian-born scientist made placing Want Ads is simple. Just the first atomic reactor and write out your offer and mail it achieved the first nuclear chain to the Telegraph. If you'd like a reaction on Dec. 2, 1942, under hand with the wording, telephone -tand- ftt th- tinivM-sitv of Chi 2-1111 and a friendlv. helpful ad- stands at the Lnneisity of Chi- writer is at your sen-ice. cago football field. Carnival Place A* WANT AD By Mail! By Dick Turner t the boy to learn the by sine** from the bottom up, so Tm starting him with you!" CLIP and Write Ad Below PLEASE PUBLISH MY AD FOR - ENCLOSED PLEASE FIND $ NAME TOWN Kfc ■ iBllBBBB^^^M " A LIVIN' DOLL— The long and short of the graduating class at Claiborne County High School in Tazewell, Tenn. are Bill Yoakum and Joan Hayes. Bill reaches 6 feet four inches, which is not unusual, but Joan stands only 32 inches high. She's not short on brains, however, as she ranks among the top ten students of her class and is a member of the Beta Club, national honor society. EXCLUSIVE NEA PHOTO. "The new family next door has some lovely furniture— I'll certainly have to do "a lot of shopping next week'." Use This Convenient Order Form to Place Your Evening Telegraph .Want Ad . . . By Mail SELL . RENT . HIRE . BUY . SWAP ' # 1 Anyone who has anything; to sell can easily sell it with the Telegraph Classified Ads. Your ad will be placed . 1 ~ in over 8894 homes six days each week reaching over 36,000 readers. You, too, can use Want Ads profit| | ^ J ably by using this convenient order form. crs | PLEASE PRINT IN PENCIL (Ink May Blur) YOUR LOW COST Size 13 6 of ad day days days 15 words 51.05 $2.25 $3.60 16 words 1.12 2.40 3.84 17 words 1.19 2.55 4.08 IS words 1.26 2.70 4.32 19 words 1.33 2. 55 4.56 20 words 1.10 3.00 4.80 21 words 1.47 3.15 5.04 22 words 1.54 3.30 5.28 23 words 1.61 3.45 5.52 24 words 1.68 3.60 5.76 25 words 1.75 3.75 6.00 —DAYS STARTING —TO COVER COST OF AD. -ADDRESS _.. -PHONE Send to Classified Department, The Dixon' Daily Telegraph, Dixon, III GET IN STRIDE ... USE CLASSIFIED WHAT'S YOUiTYaPPOINTMENT PROBLEM^^^TH THIS Abbie and Slats IPOP-WHATS THAtTjuST FIGGERIN", IWReWORWNS /HONEY. I'M ADDIN' I OVSR SO HARD'? ) UP HOW MUCH ITTT\ IH^^C^AVI6ATIN& Alley Oop ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Freckles and His Friends [DOES SO'J^ Sisal" - </^N\TU PU0DLE5 OF PURPLE SjK$! f PASSION] . YOU'RE tAY LIV— • Boots and Her Buddies iv re Captain Easy (OF COURSE. ) 1 no. nrurr— > 1 know <& tVLKTDUUY IM WASHIMGTOM- s — JUST A f MINUTE WHO IS TH S cAap? Guz a Prisoner Buggs Bunny Super Brain YooVe a T Natch, WZ.LtZ' J THATCH — MERE'S 7 I NEVER. I VES.SOK5.Y OO- OS-it WW vath vonw . 3- ftSWKKD VOV. <— f i SWUV C:,R. f TH*rtS THfc \ 1 /TT I ■PTgETALL MIXED UP^T^BB Fall THAT INSIDE BRAINWORK YJ ^CARRYIN" PAST TWO WEEKS. TUCKERS A MAN OUT, SUE . <Tj W LOOKS LIKE HE D0NT DO TOO ■ GUESS I'LL GRAB ^ LITTLE / I Dinner at Talton's IS?- THfc.Nl WHAT By Al Capp » TELLING VOU,SlR — VCU'LL UUST f MAV£ TO READ * SOMETHING H » ELbfc bb^lDfci? 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