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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS November 5, 1941 Farmers That Advertise Livestock In The Want-Ads Find Ready Buyers Want-Ad Rales And Information Phone Main 42 Three Trunk l,ine« Ask for "Ad-Taker" CASH RATES 3c per word—l«t dnr 2c per word—2nd dar lc per word—3rd nnd each Mirreeding day. Carrying chnree—lc per word additional If not paid within five days of expiration date Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additional The Gazette will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any advertisement U**d Corf 1!'M7 ("hryslrr Coupe l!K>fi (.'hrypler Srdan Woavrr Motor Sales r,-K \v Fifth H!. Best Garace 1941 DODGE 2-dnor, low mlle- ,;r<\ whttfvuill tirrs, fully pquip- ;>r<!, radio, heater. Rubin's, Rock Jokerst Motor Sales DE 8OTO & PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T TRUCKS ; CAT!!.I,AC—PACKARD I O M C trucks J H Corbett. 401 E Third St. Phone 1367 j 19-41 FORD de luxe 2-door, fi.OOO miles, for trade. Write lf>l, care ! Gnrrtte. J. W. McDonald YOUR OLDSMOBILF; DEALER Livestock C. N. miles FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. M. Cards of Thanks, Furniture for gale. Wanted to Rent and Sltua- ' ma Wanted advertisements are payable In advance Announcements FREE WALTHAM pens given daily at Grove's Service Station, Seventh Ave. and W. Second St., Rock Falls Card of Thanks GREENE — I wish to thank my friends for cards and flowers sent to me during my illness. A. S. Greene, Prophet stow n Personals Money For Rent Sounds funny, doesn't it? Actually that Is what you do when you borrow money. We just rent It to you by' the day and you pay for as many days as you use It. Simple as that. No red tape—no delay — no mortgages or other security. ' $25 to $300 ON SIGNATURE ONLY Community. LQ an_CtL 202 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS Automotive TUUClToWNERS Have, your truck tested on our Class A testing lane. Vanettl's, N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup, free estimate Complete Bear system Bob Browning. Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage TRAILER HOUSE for rent, sale or trade. What have you? W. N. Renfro, 15th St., Cantlin road, Rock Falls. 1938 HARLEY-Davidson motorcycle. Rood condition. Call at 404 Park Ave,., between 5-6 p. m. FOUR-WHEEL trailer, double- deck box, $25. Inquire 509 Ave. I. Business Service Building sand, gravel, driveway grave!, cinders, dirt of all kinds THOS McCUE Phone 970-2 W Llncolnway FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 246. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service. Rock Falls. FOR COMMERCIAL and air-conditioning estimates and service. Mac's Refrigeration Phone 1098. Complete Stock Lay Away Your Gifts Now! Our complete stocks include a wide selection of electric clocks, -Philco radios, Story & Clark pianos, Crosley gas ranges, Bendix Home Laundrys, electrical appliances and band instruments. Records should be selected now —for grown-ups, for children. Album sets are also greatly appreciated. Mervyn H. Reed; 3 W. Third St. PERMANENT waving, $2.00 up. Shampoo and fingerwave, 50c. R. C. Hoffman Beauty Shop, Helen Mayo, manager, Central Trust DELIVERY, .service, tight. and rubbish hauled Frank L. Schrader. Smoke Shop Call 681 AUTOMATIC HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS' SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows Included John Frey, 704 W Seventh St. SHORTHORN hull. 1R month* old. with plenty of buahly. Grade bull. 9 months nkl. wi»h quality. GeorRP Or'/el, Tsmpiro PUREBRED Duroc brmr. cholera immune, excellent Stemer, Sterling. noi'ih on blacktop. TWO PUREBRED bulls, serviceable old bull cnj/ves. Shultz Bros ling. Route 4. CHESTER WHITE spring boars for sale Eligible for registration Aaron J. Hill. Prophetstown. PUREBRED Berkshire boars for sale, cholera Immune. Phone 738. Henrv Wlersema. Morrison type. Three Brown two month Ster- Poultry Property Ta Rent Saf«— Real HAVE USERS OF WANT ADS RECEIVED SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE OUR CIRCULATION OF MEANS MORE READERS MORE CHANCES TO GET QUICK ECONOMICAL RESULTS RATES REMAIN UNCHANGED! A 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE INSERTIONS •FIGHT ROOM modern home, prl- ;'. TP wat«T system, new forced ja:r hf-atinK plant. *32 50. Seven 11 '<>:n brick house, double Rarape, |W. Third St . $-35. Six room fur- y.s^hed house. $50 per month. Six r>*om p.-irtly intern home, Ave i D. $-0. 7>.;i room brirk house, W. 'Third S' , $35 Good rrximinK :h n use. Six room cottage. Wallace : S* , $25. Fiats, business district, redecorated. f?rx>d condition, $15 to $25 GAULRAPP & H,OCK Notices ECONOMY six sow and individual hop; houses and hen houses. H. C. Schuneman, 305 Ave. D. Phone 741. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Crispin's Hatchery. Tamplco Merchandise Used Machinery No. 20 John Deere 2-row pull- type corn picker, A-l condition; two used 44 ft. elevators, repainted, reconditioned. TAMPICO HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO. Tamplco Phone 144-2 IHC 1-row picker " 4 year old sorrel horse NOTICE In regard to your parts for next year. Get your needs NOW. STERLING IMPLEMENT CO. J. C. Becker, Mgr, Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm.Supply N. Locust St. Phone 414 CORONA portable Sterling model typewriter, used only a few times. Inquire Rock Falls. 207 Tenth Ave., USED BOILER, suitable for house or service station; practically new grat*fr, base, Morrison phone These Are Cash Rates Payable at Time of Insertion or Within 5 Days of Last Insertion. OTHER INFORMATION MAY BE FOUND ON THIS SAME PAGE We Have Antwer* to the Following Blind Want-Ads: 989, 93F, 492, 438, Farmer, AB, 291, Beautician Household Goods WE JUST received a shipment of studio couches. All colors. Priced $29.50 to $79.50. SIEGMAN FURNITURE CO. DINING ROOM, parlor suites, walnut tables, beds, dressers, rugs, lamps, other articles. 302 West Ninth St. SEE US for new and used oil heaters. Priced right. Terms and trades. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. Phone 38ft. 4280. EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. Help Wonted ____________ FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL live gallon Fullustre rubless floor wax, $12. Gallon $2.85. James Carenen, Rock Falls. Phone 2076. GOING TO Rio Grande valley, take two, share expenses. If interested, John Dussier, Buell THRKE FULLER tooth brushes, cholce"T5f tooth paste or tooth powder, 09c, Frank Whipple. Call 782. ALL PEMdN¥ln^rttld T«rL7"E. Long please call at residence; 1305 Sixth Ave^jto settle account. PRINCE Castles smooth, delicJU ous malted milk in refreshing flavors, One in a Million, 13c. at once in this community to work with our district manager and back up our advertising over radio station WLS. Must have car- and- be-oxerL25_years_QLage^ Permanent work. Good pay. Prefer man. that has lived on .farm. Write to Box 533, care Gazette. GIRL OR WOMAN, light housework, small apartment, care one child. Private room, good wages. 403 Fourth Ave. Phone 1567-R after 8 p. m. GIMTWXNTJED fornighTTiouse- keeping and care of child. Home nights. 706 E. Second St. Ix¥ElRIENCEirb^;aTy~opei ; afor with following for steady position. Phone 606. DISHVVASHER"wanted. Apply in person. Travel Inn, 119 E. Third St. • ,,: •'• • New Idea Parts Good line of New Idea picker parts at Mylin's, 221 East Third. SIX FOOT wall and cigar case, good condition. Reasonable. Wilbur Cushhiahv 206 East Third St. STEVENS single barrel 12 gauge shotgun, good condition. $5. Inquire 512 Thirteenth Ave. FISH~ at" Kelser'* PLENTY OP Camp, 3 miles Charles Keiser. west of Como. Form Products *>,<S.^XV^^V^^>WXN^SXVW»^ FRESH BULK SUPPLY Corn meal, coarse rye meal, gra- ._ flour. Warner's. Phone 81. SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. Hanrt Plock, Chadwick. Phone 35H. HI-WAY GARDEN MARKET Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.95 and "$3.95. Dunbar Furniture So., 311 Art: First Wearing Apparel GET~YOUR customed suit or topcoat now. Don't wait. STRICTLY modern, newly decorated five room first floor apartment, in new building. Heat, water. Janitor service furnished. Pperom apartment building, 206 W. Fifth St, Sterline. Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call 795. EIGHT ROOM house, 407 West Fifth St. Gas. Merits, furnace, toilet. Private entrance to upstairs. Garage. $27.50 per month. To be wen call for key at 410 Ave. C or call A. A. Herman, Tampico. SOUTH half double house, modern, half block from post office, Rock Falls, six rooms, new floors, new paper, new kitchen linoleum, soft water, garage. $35. Call Dr. Davis. Phone 249. FIVE ROOM bungalow, bath, garage. n,ewly remodeled, desirable location on paved street In Rock Falls. $30. Immediate possession. Address, Rock Falls House, care Gazette. MODERN roomy furnished apartment, four rooms and bath, private erttrance front and rear, stoker heat, references required, tailored! Phone 1551-M. 01. (FIVE ROOM modern furnished __ Phone 938. i home, well located, Rock Falls, TWO LADY'S coats, size 14-16, j reasonable rent. Humphrey's good condition. Reasonable. Or- Agency. Phone 1930. FURNISHED modern five rooms, newly decorated, new rugs. Fri- gidaire and furnace. $35. Otto F. Castendyck. ONE MILE north of Prairievllle we have a 200 srre farm that lays just ritjht and is a good producing farm. The rorn on this , farm Is'averaging 85 bushels per | acre. This farm has a wonderful 'set of buildings. The h.ou«e is ni j nice seven r<x>w home •wi'h fur-' nace. A wonderful, nice barn that can't be built today for less than $6.000. Also double cm n crib that holds 5.000 bu. and upper part, of crib will hold 4.000 bu of shelled corn or oats Barn and crib are practically new. Al<" other outbuildings. This farm Ss priced at $!25 per acre. We would be glad to make a loan on this farm of $15,000 at 4 r ; for 10 years Tan Rive possession March 1 We have been offered $10 per acre cash rent. See W. H. Stanley and son, Donald. NOTH F. OF CLAIM HAY Nf>!ire i« hTPby RUTt fr> *! «om th«' Iv>r»rnVy»r i. IMi. !s the rlnlm dn?*- in -h» estftfi* of F.'.'.A M R^ed. f}M»rfl«/-ri. pTxitnz !" th? r<Mm!v Court of Whitp«i.-1*» r«'ir.TT arwl that Ib* 1 e nif] m»v GRENNAN'S INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. STERLING — Modern two bedroom semi-bungalow, hardwood floors, garage, Twelfth Ave., $3500. FOUR ROOM home, toilet, bath, Fifteenth Ave., $1800. FOUR ROOM bungalow cm llth Ave., Rock Falls, with two lots, $2250. MODERN four room bungalow. $2500. vimmrms. I>>!iBlr1 . I. L. \\>n\?T. attorrw Oct. 22 "P. NOT. S NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY No'irr !< hrrrby EUfn to »'.; rr- *r>n<: that Monday, rvc^mbfr 1. 1341. h th* 1 rlflim flair In the rfa> Clcrhnrd J. Mever. f|,Trn«y1. iriE In thr County Court o,' \Vhlt<?- | Mele County. Illinois, snrl tha 1 clair i»- 1 ville Geesey. Dillon Ave. Rooms To Rent ^^tH^^J**,-^^^*****^***^^ MODERN three room furnished first bath floor apartment, private and entrance, insulated brick building, close in. adults only. Immediate possession. Call 272. Blum Apartments. MODERN three large room furnished apartment, downtown. NEW FIVE ROOM all modern bungalow, partly- unfurnished. 1211 Phone 1315. furnished or Twelfth Ave. SMALL HOUSE....modern, except FOUR ROOM home and gnrage on corner lot, Ave. L, Sterling. $1200. FIVE ROOM home, two acres of ground on new highway. Rock Falls, $2000. THREE ROOM home near Merrill school. $900. ' FOUR ROOM bungalow, two extra lots. Rock Falls. $2500. HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone 1930 mny \w filM nenlnM th* 1 on or before .<nid dntp sunnr*' of summons. Mlnnir M^yer. Admlnistratrin O. Wft'.trr Zerr, »ttornr>'. Morrt- Fon. Illinois. Oct 29. Nov S, USED sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, repair all makes. Moore's. 1815 Locust. Call 1411-W NEW HEATROLA, slightly used heats three or four rooms, $25 307 E. Fifth St.. Rock Falls. 8-PIEC1 dining suite, A-l condition, reasonable. Call at 003 Broadway. MODERN Universal gas range fine condition. Hurdle Hardware Rock Falls. DAPPLE JUICE Mile east of Gap Grove, U. S. 330 Lawton Orchard used. $79.50 cash. Write 811, care Gazette. • * ,. Losr — Found LOST—My black kitty, "Frisky." Black with spot on chest, stomach. June Lee Holcomb. Phone 1568-W. LOST—Parties that took cement mixer from Morris Clayton home return at once to save trouble. U$«d Cors Guaranteed OK Used Cars PART-TIME or night work wanted by young man, ambitious; wide experience. Phone County 989-R evenings. « washing and 1546-J. 4 a dy w a t cleaning... Phone CORNFED beef sale. Fed six months. Leonard Hodge, Mil- ledgevii<'e phone. • SWEET CIDER. Bring own containers. Powers' Orchard, Prairie- vllle. .. . HouMhold Goods Household Goods Linoleum, utility cabinet*, break- Dogs, Ptts TWO Fox Terriers months old. Mrs. E. Bailey, Shore Acres. Rock Falls. •... Livestock $2.00 TO $£Bo^AJD?Sr dead cattle and hors«i (exact price depending on aiae and condition). We ateo pay for dead hot• Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling, 111 Phone Main 462. RCVMTM charge*. DUNNEBECK CHEVROLET CO 506 Locust 8t Used Car Bargains 1937 FORD tudor. 1938 OLDSMOBILE sedan. 1935 PONTIAC sedan. 1985 PLYMOUTH sedan. 1935 PONTIAC tudor. 1933 CHEVROLET tudor. 1933 DE SOTO sedan. MANY GOOD BARGAINS Haldeman- Motor Co. _1207 East Fourth St._ Weekend Specials 1»37 CHEVROLET coupe . . .$375 1935 BUJCK coupe. 40 series. $175 1934 FORD coaUi. : ......... $185 1830 FORD "A" 1 coach ........ $35 MANV OTHERS SMITH SAL£S Roci CASH PAID for dead animal*, horses, cattlt and hoga, We pay phone call* Reverse charge* Phone 1424 Sterling Render^*? Work* J A Bhepard PUREBRED Holstein bulls,' *er- viceable age, Sir Inka May breeding, from high producing dam*. D. J. Long, 2 miles northeast Polo. MAKE MONEV'by selling the extra milk you save by feeding Wayne Calf Pellets. Sunshine Feed Store. Phone 586. bUROe JERSEY boars for sale", reasonably priced. Charles Hudson. Fenlon. Phone Erie 153R7. $5-$15 PAID for iive ~sick or eu£ abled cows Call Scott Ba'frv A Electrical Service, phone SOS TWO purebred Duroc boar* for le. Harold Wlliii, Erie. Phone 152R6 CHEStjER WHITE boar. Estate heatroia. ijaquire 7W Wallace &:. Mia, kitchen cabinet*, kitchen table* and chairs, ainks, bath tuba, dining table* and chain, china cloeeta, bedroom suite*, bed*, new springs and mattresses, dressers, chest of drawers, rug*, studio eouche*. overstuffed suites, portable electric sewing machine, Singer sewing machines, vacuum sweepers. In fact a complete line of household-furnishing*. TERMS AT PRB^SCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 21 Musicol — Radios •^^^^^>X*XS^^^^ < ta*^N'VNXVWW<tS^^x>iS-v^*^ NOVEMBER CLEARANCE BALE Closing out all pianos returned -from rental, floor samples, many new makes. Save up to 30%. $5 i* all you need. A new easy way to own a piano. Then make small semi-monthly payments until Christmas. Piano of your choice will be delivered to your home. Delivery before if desired. Emery CrWales Piamr WrThird lOc c lOc is all it costs to have your . favorite popular recording Come In today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W Third St SELECT YOUR Christmas piano or Solovox from our large stock of new. quality Instruments, sm- gel's Music Store, 1210 E. Fourth. Storo Specials " l f<M>W^*>^V%S%XN>%*NXV«>\*-^XXNS Window Glass Set free. Bring In frame. Sterling Home Improvement Co. 410 E. Third St. Phone 625 SPECIAL One used 8 cu. ft. Leonard refrigerator. Come early and get this unusually low priced bargain. Domestic sewing machine. ' Treadle type. One only. $6. Sears, Roebuck & Co. T~R E ETA r DTo~" With any purchase of $88.95 or more you receive absolutely free a $1695 nationally advertised Emerson radio or any single item in stock priced up to $16.09. LEAT H'S _ S T 0 V E S NEW AND U8KD Coal and oil circulating Heaters Ohnen & King 4011. Third Phone 803 NEW $18 50 inner-spring mattress/ $19; dropleaf br*afcf*»t **, four chairs, W lb. ice box: Maytag washer wah portable tuba, $M fbone 30W-W Weoring Apparel %SVXi^X^^*^WN^f > VWS^^WK^V'^xV^N*« TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. WOMAN'S blaek r eoat, slse^iO. worn only once,.very reasonable fie"aTTpTTiVat* bath, hot soft ter, Immediate possession. Adults phon ' furnace. $20. 1205 East Fifth. Inquire 410 Twelfth Ave. Phone 1670 or 192. TWO furnished light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges. 102 Twelfth Ave., Rock Falls. TWO NEWLY decorated furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Stoker heat, electricity, gas furnished. 607 First Ave. THREE room unfurnished apartment, private entrance and bath. References. Adults. 509 Fourth Ave. Phone 447-W. FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment, 1303 W. Sixth St.. Rock Falls. Phone 765. Inquire West End grocery. TWO ROOM enette apartment, new hardwood floors, two private entrances. 408 First Ave. except furnace. Phone 81 5- J. 909 W. Fourth St. Phone 1562-WX SMALL seven room home, all modern, close in. Reference required. Call at 502 Fifth Ave. FIVE ROOM modern house, 305 Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fiftti Ave. Phone 1946-M evenings. NEW four room house, cement basement, garage,.outsde clity limit*. $2500. FIVE ROOM house. Northwest Sterling, beautifully arranged, fireplace, screcned-in porch— $6500. PITNEY REAL ESTATE Lawrence Bldg. F. L. Pitney Bill Pitney, Crruck-^prinkel l',a STORY modern home, garage attached; five fooms, Northwest Sterling, $5500. SIX ROOM residence with five acres, comparatively close in, $4500. GAULRAPP & FLOCK SIX ROOM house, gas, lights and furnace. $18.50 month. Inquire 702 Ninth Ave ..Rock Falls. THREE ROOM apartment for light ' housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dixon Ave, Rock Falls. SEVEN ROOMS, jnoderg j _with garage, $45. 304 Sixth Ave. See Gouidlng. 15 W. Third St. HOUSE FOR"RlE:NTTReferences required. Inquire Oscar Cobb, Shore Acres, Rock Falls. HALF of double house, garage, close hi. Inquire 603 Third Ave. Phone 1494-W. TWO furnished rooms in modern home, stoker heat, private entrance, close in. 602 Third Ave TWO NICELY furnished rooms for light housekeeping, adults, $! week. Inquire 1607 E. Fourth St LARGE FRONT room and kitchenette, furnished, adults -only, 905 East Third St. Phone 1195-J, POUR ROOM ap&rt ment, strict- y modern. $25 month. Grove Material and Supply, Rock Falls. MODERN three room unfurnished apartment downtown. Adult* L. E. Long, 1305 Sixth Ave. LARGE ROOM and kitchenette modern, inquire at 401 Sixth Ave WELL furnished room In modern home. Close in. 712 Locust St. Property To Rtnt *^**WW%^<hXSrf' > WWWV%tf' l WVN*NSWS^VWXX SIX ROOM home. Inquire Dave price. 12U_Second Ave. 134«-]R.- Manfield. Phone 770. The Evening Argument Aunt Net •V ROBBI1 QU1LUBI Poor Po •T CLAUDB CALLAJf "Bill means well, but I wouldn't let ra lend him a Aunt A f ambler toot worry about lotto' I owr children an' we hope hi» money, w he don't tat any)children will t*k* rare of "Ma an' me dent use our good W* are savin' 'em for the 'em f**«0B why you ihouJA. j«&4 not ust 'MB TWO ROOM house. Inquire at 515 East, Ninth St., Rock Falls. Phone 584-M. 20 ACRES with strictly modern buildings, two miles north of Sterling, Route 88. Fine home. Call J. L. 'Werner, 505 Seventh Ave.. Sterling. Phone 1567-M. IEJXOU-BUY real estate- demand an abstract. It will show the condition of your title. Protect yourself with an abstract made by H. B. Wilkinson Co.. Morrison. WELL BtJILT five room bunga- lowr-south-end of Rock—Falls, close to highway. Has electric pump, gas and electricity. Priced right. Phone 661 or U59-M. NOT1CK OF CLAIM DAT Notice U hereby given to si; per-| son* that December 1, 1M1, claim date In the estate of Ferru-I «>n M Reed, deceased, pending aj the County Court of WhiteMd County, Illinois, and that claims be filed against the said ejitat* or before n«ld date without of rummonn. Donald Reed. Administrator. I, L. Weaver, attorney. Oct. 32. 38. NOT SALE OF REAL E8TATK By virtue «f an order and d«rt« of the. County Court of Whit«*Se County, Illinois, made on the pets- | tion of the undersigned H. Smith, administrator of the est of Louis H. Smith, deceased, for to sell the real estate of said ce*t*Pd, on the fourth day of ber, 1941. I shall, on the third of December, 1841, between the h< of ten o'clock In the forenoon four o'clock In the afternoon of day, to-wlt, at two o'clock p. Mil at public sale, at th« preml»» I hereinafter described in Rock-Pa2s| In said county, the real estate scribed as follows, to-wit: Lot Three <3> In Block Ten O in Merrill At Hapgood'R Addition the City of Rock Falls, in White*** I County, Illinois, on the followta*>| terms, to-wit: Twenty-five per cent cash In on day of sale; balance on i of the sale by the court. Dated this fourth day of -ber. A. D. 1»41. Cornelius H. Smith. Administrator of Estate of Louis H, Smith. Deceased. Jacob Cnntlln, attorney. Nov. 5. li 270 ACRE FARM on cement road, $55 pe,r acre, $2000 will handle. 170 acre farm, $4500. 4 mile from cement road. I. B. Snavely, Lnwrence^Bldg, Wonted To font MODERN three room unfurnished apartment, garage or small modern house, garage. Write 488, care Gazette. Mortgage Loons WE HAVE PLENTY of 4% money to loan on farms. See W. H. Stanley and son. Donald. S«lo — Rosjl Estate Un«. corner lot, paved streets. double garage, six blocks from business., district. Phone 698. WAUOT NEWS FIVE ROOM modern bungalow, 1406 Second Ave., $300 down, balance monthly. Immediate possession. Call 1211 First Ave. MASTER'S RALE Public notice is hereby given thrt pursuant to a decree of the draft | Court of Whlteslde County, In State of Illinois, rendered on fifth day of November. A. D. 1 in a certain partition suit thes I pending- therein, on the Chancery | Ride thereof, wherein Harold Hawkins. et al., are plaintlffa_and Robert j Johnson, rt al.. are defendants. number 5439. I. M««Hi Bull. Mi in Chancery of said Court, wfEL Saturday, the 15th day of November, Notic* EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Re: Estat* of Henry L. Snavely, deceased. All persons having claims auninst the estate of Henry L, Snavely, de- c«as*d, are notified ami requested to attend the first Monday ot the month of February, A, D. 1W3, of th« County Court of Whlteside County, Illinois, in probate, fixed for the adjustment thereof. Dated this 24th day ot October. A. D. 1M1. Anna A. Snavely. Executor. Sheldon & Brown, attorneys. - Oct. 29, Nov, 5, 12 Legion Auxiliary to Observe Armistice Doy on Walnut Street The Walnut American Legion auxiliary met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Lloyd Wahl with Mrs. Adalyn Grablll, presiding. The membership committee reported all members paid up for 1M3. Plans were made to observe Armistice day, by having the fire siren blown at 11 m. and the sounding of tap*. The unit will be auitted downtown by the Boy Scouu and the Cube. Donations to major project* of the depf/tment were made as follow*: Personal shopping fund for Dwight, II; treasure cheat, *4: child welfare, IS; auxiliary loan fund. IS; Christmas (mid, 15; national rehabilitation. S9.10; national defense plate. Id; insulin fund. «: veterans' craft shop, II. a total of §33.10. The recent card party committee reported •17 cleared. Lunch was served by Mrs Wahl and Mrs. J«hn Abraham. Visitors Honored A large number of relatives were Sunday dinner pvuttt* of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Peach In honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peach of Omaha, Nebr., who. were weekend guests. Quests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mott. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Leonard. Miss Dorothy Long, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cramer and daughter" Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ton Abnet. William Oamblen. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mott and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Bamman and two sons, ail of Poh- tlac, and Arnold Lubbs of New Bedford. . Observe Birthday A birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Stickles of Walnut celebrated the birthday of Mr. Stickles' father, A. L. Sticklec.'GuesU were Mr. and Mi si Glenn Renner and family of Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Rentier of Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rcn- ner and family, Mr. and Mrs Joe Hopkins and daughters. Mrs. Earl Get tie. Silver Anniversary A family get together Monday evening at the Otto Yank home in Walnut observed the sliver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Yank. The event was spent socially and lunch wu served Gu«&U were Mr. and Mrs, Lafe Pordhaw, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur fihearburn and M>M ana o'clock in the afternoon, at 1 premises situated three-fourth* R mile East of the Steuben in Genesee Township, sell at . auction to the highest and best bidder, for en ah, all and singular. Che premises and real estate mentioned in said decree, and described as fellows, to-wlt: _Th*-.We*t IJRlf of-lh« Soutt quarter of Section One, and the W«it ten rods of the East half of the Southeast quarter of Section One, Township Twenty-two north. Range six East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, in WhlteMde Count Illinois, containing ninety acres i or less, And also The Southeast' quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section One. Township Twenty-two North. Rai Six East of the Fourth Prine Meridian in Whlteslde County. Illinois, containing forty acre* more < less; Upon the following terms: 3fl p cent of the purchase price will I required of the purchaser on day of sale, the balance of the \ chase price to be paid upon confirmation of sale and delivery of deed «n or before March 1. if4J; possession to be given March 1. 1MX. Dated this fifth day of November A. D. 1941. Mason Bull, Master In Chancery. Robert W. Besse and Kennard J. Be&sr, attorneys for plaintiffs. Sterling, Illinois. • ' Nov. Musical Program at Meek School P. T. A. The Meek school P. T. A. Monday evening with Carl Wise, the president, conducting a brief bust. neat meeting. The program whkb opened with ' group tinging WM charge of Mrs, Harry Renner Mrs. Major Fordham and consisted of the following numbers: Reading*, Wanda Fordham, Leslie Renner, Eleanor Renner; tongs. Morma Rld- Inger; piano and clarinet Eleanor and Dale Renner; CharL McCarthy act, Wilda Vickery: music, with Vema Wrrd playing the cornet, Lily Olson, the piano, and Eleanor Renner and Joyce Broer singing. Lunch was served by Tom Conley and Mrs. Ray Newn Entertoin Cord Club Mr. and Mri Elmer Wedding were hosts to their card club evening, with four tables High stcore prtfcs were von by Burke Llvey and George Short Or and lire. W. H. Kindt and Mr an* r and UH. Harold SUme ttid ciUJ- ,Mr». Dan Mcruliy «ere club iueMk. &en. ,. 1 Lunch wa<.

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