Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on November 6, 1941 · Page 14
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STERUNQ DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS y NovprnV>pr 6, W it Farmers That Advertise Livestock In The Want'Ads Find Ready Buyers Want-Ad Rates And Information Phnne Main 42 mink I. 'HP* k for "Art-Taker (ASH RATES per word— U*«d Can Lirtifock r.-fd Car Bargains I'-.r; ronn <'ifi<>> 1 !'?,'•> OLPPMORILK s''dan. ll'.Vi PON'TIAC serian. ]!<:r> PI,YMOUTH : 3r 2c word — 2nd da? lc per word — 3rd and ?ach luicceedmn day. Carrvlne chnrpe— Ic per word flHrHMnnnl If nnt P airt within fr. o dnys 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 ~ FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. M. Card* of Thanks, Furniture for Bale, Wanted to Rent and Situations Wanted advertisements are payable in advance. Announcements FREF^Lm^TpenTTlveird ally at Orove'i Sen-ice Station, Seventh Ave. and W. Second St.. Rock Falls. Card of Thanks wish to thank our many friends for their timely assistance. beautiful floral offerings and expressions of sympathy and condolence during our recent bereavement. Also to the many who made his hospiUliza- tion more pleasant subsequent to his passing. Mrs. Harold Schulz, Mr. and Mrs. August Schulz. In Memoriom CLEVERSTONE — Emma J. My dear mother, who passed away thret years ago today, Nov. 6, 1938. "Sweet are the memories that never fade of one we loved, but could not save." Daughter Sarah. Personals Money For Rent Sounds funny, doesn't It? Actually that in what you do when you borrow monty. 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 Loan Co. 202 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS 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, electrlcaj^appll- ances 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. r03 CHKVROI.ET turlor. 1M?, OK POTO sedan. MANY GOOD BARGAINS Ha Rinnan Motor Co. 1207 East Fourth St. " RPF.riAL THIS WEEK 1P39 HUICK ' 40 ' series cuach. HW; CHFA'ROLKT roach. if»37 FORD coach. S235. 1931 CHEVROLET sedan, $85. Manv others-- Easy terms SMITH MOTOR SALES Rock Falls Jokerst Motor Sales DE SOTO & PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T TRUCKS CADILLAC—PACKARD G. M. C. truck* J H Corbett. 401 E. Third St Phone 1367 1947 FORD de luxe 2-door, 0.000 miles, for trade. Write 151, care Ga/ettr. J. W." McDonald YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER Used Trucks 1936 1' 2 TON IOIIR wheelbase Chevrolet truck. Phone 1133. Automotive X%^XXNXx^XX>.^x^^^^^XXxX^-^\ * TRUCK OWNERS Have your truck tested on our Class A testing lane. Vanetti's. N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear sy»- tem. Bob Browning. Dunnebcck Chevrolet Garage. TRAILER HOUSE for rent, sale or trade. What have you? W. N. Renfro. 15th St., Cantlin road, Rock Falls. 1038 HARLEY-Davidson motorj cycle, good condition. Call at 404 Park Ave., between 5-6 p. m. TWO Goodyear Lifeguard tubes, size 6:00x16, no punctures. Phone 1586-W after 6 p. m. FOUR-VVHEEL~ trailer, "double" deck box. $25. Inquire 509 Ave. I. SHORTHORN bull. IS old. with plenty of qualify. Grade hull, 9 month. 1 ; old, with quality. Geoice Oet7el. Tampico. PUREBRED Duror boar. cholera immune-. f'.\t.<-;i?nt ! yp?. (.' N. Steiner. Sterling. Three miles north on blacktop. CHESTER WHITE spring boars for sale. Eligible for registration. Aaron J. Hill. Prophet.Mown. PUREBRED Berkshire boars for sale, cholera immune. Phone 738. Henry Wiersema. Morrison CHESTER WHITE boar: Estate hentrola Inquire 752 Wallace Rt. Poultry ECONOMY six sow and individual hog houses and hen housed. H. C. Kchuneman, 305 Ave. D. Phone 741. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapin's Hatchery. Tampico 50 PULLETS. beglnnfnR to lay. Call Saturday or Sunday at 611 Avenue L. Merchandise Used Machinery No. 20 John Deere 2-row pull- type corn picker, A-l condition; two u.scd 44 ft. elevators, repainted, reconditioned. TAMPICO HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO. Tampico Phone 144-2 IHcT-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 HAVI-; USERS OF WANT ADS RKCKIVKI) SO MTVH 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 Rooms To Rent ODFRN "ler-pin tinman, private V>3 T'rr.'h Ave . ,? \vpek. .U Call These Are Cash Rate? Payable at Time of Insertion or Within 5 Days of Last Insertion. OTHER INFORMATION MAY HE FOUND ON THIS SAME PAGE We Have Answers to the Following Rlind Want-Ads: Farmer, 533, 989, Beautician, Aft, 291, 192, 438 Housthold Goods OIL HEATER, cookslove, electric refrigerator' for sale. Four room cottage, garage, for rent. George H. Gray, 1400 block, First Ave., Rock Falls. DINING ROOM," parlor suites, walnut tables, beds, dressers, rugs, lamps, other articles. 302 West Ninth St. Musical — Radios lOc lOc lOc Is all it costs to have your favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W Third St PERMANENT waving, $2.00 up. Shampoo and fingerwave, 50c. R. C. Hoffman Beauty Shop, Helen Mayo, manager, Central Trust Bldg. Phone 632. ~~ FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL^ Five gallon Fullustre rubless floco- wax, $12. Gallon $2.85. James Carenen, Rock Falls. Phone 2076. Business Service w *S^^^^^< 1 *^S/V^^W^«^X^»^ l *^ l «^v^«^^. POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway Travel, cinders, dirt of all kind*. 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 DELIVERY service, light dray and rubbish hauled Prank L. Schrader. Smoke Shop Call 681 trades. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. Phone 386. 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.95 and $3.95. Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First CORONA portable Sterling model typewriter, used only a few j SEE US for new and used oil times. Inquire 207 Tenth Ave., j heaters. Priced right. Terms and Rock Falls. 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 Cushman, 206 East Third St. STEVENS single barrel 12 gauge shotgun, good condition. $5. In quire 512 Thirteenth Ave. PLENTY "OF FISH at Keiser's Camp, 3 miles west .of Como Charles Keiser. Ave. Store Specials Window Glass Set free. BrinK in frame. THREE ROOM aparTriPnt for! !:eht houspkeepir.j:. "vrythinc I f-.irni>hed. 201 Dix' r. Avc, Rock i Falls. | TWO furnished ro r -m* in modern home, stoker hear, private rntranre, close In 6 f i2 Third Ave LARGE FRONT nvrr. and kitchenette, furnished, ari'iit? only. 905 Fas! Third Rt Pr.n ;i r 1195-J. FOUR ROOM aparrr.rnt. strictly modern. $25 mon'.h. Grove Material and Supply. Rryk Falls. LARGE ROOM and kitchenette, modern. Inquire at 4"! Sixth Avr. WELL furnished room in modern home. Close in. 712 Locust St. Safe — Real Eitof* H'R ROOM horr,<- a:-.d caraer •••n corner i"'. A\f I.. S'* 1 : '.\r.K. YE ROOM hnn-.P. t'to ,v:rs of iRF.F; ROOM home r.r.i: M''r;:U Legal ROAD .MVT> I TO-.'. :•,<!.:;> ; K ~ <•' I'-. Pel nr.fi dl *•!'.! -. t n r ^ ;-; d ; - - £• M P ? 'I ''"• :i til Mnn'M'.'" Notices Finim;*: rt \ :v:r1;f f'i!-. -r-^H 'r>r r ]'f :• ?"• ^4!: - ; .' i r • ^ ' school FOUR ROOM tra lot*. Rock Fa!! 1 ; t2Vm HUMPHREYS AGF.NCY 'T '>'A ii NFW four room bnsrmrnt. carn limits. 52500. F'lVF. ROOM Im Strrline, I'D'- o! * irk for fn-intv of i', .:n f T O f t^ iho Town f \VhitP-' «dc ci ni Ii . (!<';io--r .i:. '. ins s'atf in'':.' v thai me Mi fnl- Property To Rent STRICTLY mocl7nT~rie"w!y " orated five room first floor apartment in new building. Heat, water, Janitor service furnished. Kperonl apartment building, 206 W. Fifth St.. Sterling. Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call 795. ' EIGHT ROOM housrT407 West Fifth St. Gas,, lights, furnace, toilet. Private entrance to upstairs. Garage. $27.50 per month. To be seen call for key at 410 Ave. E or call A. A. Hermes, Tampico. SOUTH halFcknible"housed"mod- ern, 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. HALF of double house, six rooms, bath, garage. W. Fourth St., $30. Seven room brick residence with garage. W. Third St.. $35 month. GAULRAPP & FLOCK « ONE STALL garage, also storage ipacc over three stall garage, will rent part or all. Located at 710 E. Fifth St. Inquire 309 W. Thirteenth St. Phone 1495-R. Wearing Apparel TAILOR made suits, topcoats and j f hone 1551-M. mcnt, four rooms and bath, private entrance front and rear, stoker heat, references required. AUTOMATIC HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS' SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows Included John Frey. 704 W Seventh 8t. E«ER^RADl6'repalring',*e~iee^ trical wiring. Ear! McNeil Electric-Service. Phone 111. GOING TO Rio Grande valley, take two, share expenses. If Interested, John Dussler, Buell road, Rock Falls, after 6 p. m. FROM THIS DATE Twill "not be responsible for debts other than those contracted by myself. O. E. Meenen. TRREE~FULLER~ tootrTbrushes, choice of tooth paste or tooth powder. B9c. Frank Whipple. Call DRINK Prince Castle's Onv'liTa MlllUn malted milks — rich, creamy, smooth— only 13c. MAYTAQ IRONER~ne'ver~used. $7950 cash. Write 811, care Oa- cette. Lost — Found oR^ST^AY^D^u bull. B. Purington. 5 miles''sputh- westof Rock Falls or phone 350. Help Wanted w^^^N-^j-w^^Ny^^^^rf^xv^V^^s^vi __..___. GOOD ROUTE available of 800 Rawleigh consumers in Sterling. No experience needed to start. Large -sales Permanent. mean ..big., profits. Full time. Write Rawweigh's, Dept. ILK-671-104, Freeport, 111. - ............. . GIRL WANTED for light keeping and care of child. Home nights. 706 E. Second St, EXPERIENCED beuafy operator with following for steady position. Phone 606. Farm Products i^**^'"^NX^»«wrt^- % i«^^-w-«.Nj»x^^_- COME AND GET "EM All kinds of No. 1 Michigan apples, 75c bu. and up. Nancy Hal sweet potatoes. 75c bu. Michigan sweet cider, 25c gal., bring container. Spring chickens, 18c Ib All leading brands cigarettes, 15c package. Ice cream, all flavors 16c pt. Just a fair trial please We try to satisfy you or your money gladly refunded. HI-WAY GARDENS MARKET J. C. Relmer, Manager Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily FRESH BULK SUPPLY" Corn meal, coarse rye meal, graham and New York buckwheat flour. Warner's. Phone 81. SECOND andThird"cutting alfal^ fa. baled and delivered. Harya Plock, Chadwick Phone 35H. CORNFED beef sale. Fed six months. Leonard Hodge, Mil- ledgeviue phone. SWEET CIDER. Bring own containers. Powers' Orchard, Pralrie- ville. ~- Work Wanted PART-TIME or night work wanted by young man, ambitious, wide experienced. Phone County 989-4 evenings. Dogs, Peti TWO Fox Terriers for sale, months old. Mrs. E. Bailey, Shore Acres, Rock Falls. Uied Con J^^V^W'*-^-^W%^»«^J'N^S^%^ Guaranteed OK Used Cars Livestock $2.00 TO tTooPArolor dead c»t- tl» and horses (exact price depending on size and condition) We also pay for dead hogi. Rock River Rendering Work*, Sterling, III Phone Main 462. Reverae charges. DUNNEBECK CHEVROLJET CO : 8M Locust St. "1937 Chrysler Coupe" 1936 Chrysler Sedan \yeaver Motor Sales i-8 W. Fifth 6t Best Garage 1M1 DODGK 2-door, low mileage, whitewalj tires, fully equipr ~beattr* Rubin's. Rock ' CASH PAID for dead animals, horses, cattle and hog* We pay phone calls. Reverse charges Phone 1424. Sterling Renders- Works J A Shepard Housthold Goods V-«W»^%rf»vj^<-v^ J »\ J "S GENUINE PLATE GLASS MIRRORS Hand engraved designs Copper sealed backs 12x16 ,„ $1.79 12x18 $1,98 12x22 $2.49 12x24 $2.98 18" circles $1.98 Plate glass mlrorrs, frarHed and unframed. in larger sizes, $4.95 to $11.95; 18 styles and shapes. 8IEGMAN FURNITURE CO. SPECIAL 1 One used 8 cu. ft. Leonard refrigerator. Come early and get this unusually low priced bargain. Domestic sewing machine. Treadle type. One only. $5. Sears, Roebuck & Co. DUROC boars, purebred, cholera immune,.deep red, easy to finish type. Ready for service. M. O. Muiidorff. Phone County 918-3. MAKE MONEY by selling the extra milk you save by feeding Wayne Calf Pellets. Feed Store Phone 586. Sunshine DUROC JERSEY boars ,for sale, reasonably priced. .Charles Hudson, Fenton. Phone Erie 153R7. $5 %\b PA!'' in; u. K QI i.'all St.utt USED COAL range, circulating heaters and an Estate oil burning heater complete; Detroit combination coal and gas range and several coal circulating heaters. These are all priced to sell. Knabe Hardware ROCK FALLS With any purchase of $89.95 or more you receive absolutely free a $16.95 nationally advertUed Emerson radio or any single item in stock priced up to $11.99. LEA T H^S NEW $19.50 innersprlng mattress, $10; dropteaf breakfast act, four chair* ; 50 Ib. ice box; Maytag washer with portable tuba, $30. TJL. ~— -, fifl&if\ \1Lf A.UI.U xll ^" Electrical Service, phone MS, JPUon* 3090-W eveuin**. KALAMAZOO heatrola, new grates, stove pipe, sink under stove, all "for $15. 1105 Eighth Av ONE SLIGHTLY"used","nationally advertised Spinet piano for half price. Engel's Music Store. USED sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, repair all makes. Locust. Call 1411-W _< overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. I FIVE ROOM modern furnished NEWHEATROLA, slightly used" heats three or four rooms. $25 307 E. Fifth St.. Rock Falls. 8-PIECE dining suite, A-l condition, reasonable. Call at 603 Broadway. MODERN Universal gas range! fine- condition. Hurdle Hardware, Rock Falls. ZENITH cona61e~radlo,~1940 ~rn del. Bargain fdr cash. 1208 East Sixth St. BLUE ENAMEL "Windsor cook stove, good baker. Cheap. Phone 487. Musical — Radios v^M^rT«SA^ANC^S Closing out all pianos returned from rental, floor samples, many new makes. Save up to 30%. $5 is all you need. A new easy way to own Ji piano. Then.maJte small semi-monthly payments until Christmas. Piano of your choice will bj. delivered to your home. Delivery before if desired. Emery C.^Wales Piano Co.. 23 W. Third. STOP!" LOOK! AND LISTEN to the new 1842 model RCA Victors. Combinations, record play, ers, portables, table models, consoles, tubes, parts and service. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. ti porch — sn.vio. PITNKY RFAL KSTATE LawiTnce Bide F L. Pitnpy Bill Pitnry, Chuck Spnnkrl 20 ACRES with strictly mndrrn buildinRs. two miles north of Sterling, Routp 88. Fine home. Call J. L. We.Mier. 505 Seventh Ave , Sterling. Phone 1567-M. IF YOU 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. 270 ACRE FARM on cement road. $55 per acre. $2000 will handle. 170 acre farm, $4500, ' 2 mile from cement road. I. B, Snavely, Lawrence Bids;. Legal Notice TOWN FIND A fiimncinl statement of th.o Town of Montmorency, WhlteMrtp County, Illinois, for the year A. D. 1P40. mnde by Gcor(?c Thomt, supervisor of said town: Recripts Balance t 23.45 Amount received from county treasurer 964.74 Amount collected nnri paid over to me as siiivnxwr.. P64.74 Total receipts .............. $988.19 $111.60 March. 1940. to March. 1941 Clerk Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. | home, well located. Rock Falls, GET" YOUR~custonied"Tailored r . ca _ sonab ! e ,; rc "L. Humphrey's Janitor suit or topcoat now. Don't wait. Paul Sonneman. Phone 936. FUR COAT, size 16, good condition, $15. 511 First Ave. Wonted To Buy TO BUY, good used rug, in Rood condition. Phone 244. 212 Wcstjphonc 1315. Third. , O»*»TT — 1 SMALL seven Agency. Phone 1930. FURNISHED modern five rooms", newly decorated, new rugs, Fri- pldaire and furnace. $35. Otto F. Casteridyck. NEW" FYVE~"ROOM""all modern bunsalow, partly furnished or unfurnished. 1211 Twelfth Ave. Rooms To Rent MODERN three room furnished room home, all modern, close In. Reference required. Call at 502 Fifth Ave. FOUR ROOM partly modern Supplies 23.49 Thistle commissioner 83.50 Trustee meetings 27.50 Comm. and meetinps 129.74 Llpht.s 25.24 Justice pence services ....... 22^50 dee 6.59 Health officer 3.00 Assessor 150.00 Treasurer s bond 50.00 Labor 10.70 Insurance on hall 113.92 Publishing report 31.10 Total $78888 Balance on hand $199.31 PAUPER FUND March. 1940. to March, 1941 |l a criiiet-' >-!n!r:T,(-n' nf thn Amount of innri nnd hri<1;p f'lrui 1 ; on hsnd n' thr IvcltinllK of t!;e fl5rn above t'a'fri; thr amount of roxd and blirlvr I'.ii'.rK •-"in re*, f; nrn v hirh nrnoun' '•xpcmiPd nnd tlip purpo<« for whlrh cxprnded. as «wt forth In said stntrnipnt. George Thome. Trrn.«!irer. <SKAL> Subsrnbrrl and sworn to before nir this 30th day of Octobr. 1941. A. C. Carlson. Notary Public. RECEIPTS March IB, 1940 Balance brought fonvaid $ .04' March. 1940. to Mnrch. 1R41, county trensurei, taxes .. 2.382 99 Vern Schrader, earned by truck 30735 Totnl Totnl receipts $2.69058" Summary of expenditures .. 2.128M Balance on hand 58176 EXPENDITURES Mareh, 1940, to March, 1941 Grading „..$ Comm. and license 559.00 Repairs 6293 Supplies 3253» J03J2 9575 Transfer to bond Issue SOOOQj Insurance on truck .....',_. . 17.00' Uw of patrol grader ....... 63.00 Labor 481.«8 Gas and oil Gravel ...... GRAVEL TAX Township treasurer'* annual report of funds received and disbursed for the fiscal year ending March 25. 194J. State, of Illinois ) County of Whiteside )sa. Town of Montmorency) To the highway commissioner. Town of Montmorency. County ol Whiteside. State of Illinois. I, Georce Thome, treasurer of the road and bridge funds for the town and county aforesaid. State of Illl-i nols. duly sworn, depose and first floor apartment, private bungalow. Grlswold Ave. Mrs. bath and entrance. Insulated Oliver Splcer, 509 Third Ave brick building, close In, adults •_---- „.;-,- • ., ^ FIVE ROOM modern house. 305 Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fifth Ave. Phone 1946-M evenings. SEVESTROOMS; modern^~wlth TWO ROOM unfurnished kitchenette apartment, new hardwood floors, two private entrances. 408 First Ave. . LARGE, WARM, nicely furnished sleeping room in modern home. Reasonable. 405 W. Eleventh St. MODERN furnished steam heated apartment, private entrance, 318 West Third St. Phone 21 SELECT YOUR Christmas piano _ _ or Solovox from our large stocifLARGE, pleasant, front light of new, quality instruments. En- housekeeping room, or room and gel's Music Store, 1210 E. Fourth, board. 411 Ave. C. The Evening Argument Aunt Net VK BOMRT QUILUDI Poor Pa BY OLAUDB CALLAH "It make* Doc mad if 1 him what's in the medicine he "Henry's old wife had a headache all the time, so he got gives me, but it looks like retired of it an' divorced her. Now got a right to know what I'm (he's got a young wife that gives puttui' tn my own stomach." JhUn a headache." Goulding, IS W. Third St. HOUSEFOR" Refef e'nces only. Immediate possession. Call 272. Blum Apartments. MODERN three large room furnished apartment, downtown, *,-.,„ heat, private bath, hot soft wa-ISSKlf 4 ?! l°, 4 ^ h - Ave ' ^ ter, immediate possession. Adults only. Reference required. Phone 1670 pr 192. TWO furnished light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges 102 Twelfth Ave., Rock Falls. TWO NEWLYliecorated furnish^ ed rooms for light housekeeping Stoker heat, electricity, gas furnished. 607 First Ave. FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment, 1303 W. Sixth St., Rock Falls. Phone 785. Inquire West End grocery. required. Inquire Oscar Cobb Shore Acres, Rock Falls. HALF of double house, garage, close in. Inquire 803 Third Ave Phone 1494-W. TWO ROOM house. Inquire a East Ninth St., Rock Falls. Phone 584-M. Mortgogt Loom WE HAVE money to loan on Improved farm and city real estate —for 4 to 5%. Gaulrapp & Flock. WE"HAVE~PLENTYof 4'i'money to loan on farms. See wr H. Stanley and son, Donald. > Soli — Rtol I itott we have a 200 acre farm that lays Just right and Is a good producing iarmT The corn on this farm is averaging 85 bushels per acre. This far,m has a wonderful set of buildings. The house is a nice seven room home with furnace. A wonderful, nice barn that can't be built today for less than $6,000. Also double corn crib that holds 5,000 bu. and upper part of crib will hold 4,000 bu. of shelled corn or oats. Bam and crib are practically new. Also other outbuildings. This farm is priced at $125 per acre. We would be glad to make a loan on this farm of $15,000 at 4% for 10 years. Can give possession March 1, We have been offered $10 per acre cash rent. See W. H. Stanley and son, Donald. QRENNAN« INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. STERLING - Modern two bedroom Mmi-bungalow, , hardwood floor*; garage. Twelfth Ave., $3500. FOUR ROOM home, toilet, bath, Fifteenth Ave., f 1800. FOUR ROOM bungalow on llth Ave., Rock Falls, with two lot?. $2250. MODERN four room bungalow $2500. FfvE~ 1400 Second Ave.. $300 down, balance monthly. Immediate . Gail i2il Ftm Ave. " jployed la" tiie* Balanc* brought forward $103.59 County treasurer, taxes 27057 Total $374.16 Expenditures Food $ 9.V92 Fuel HOO Transfer 75.00 Medical 1500 Total ....................... $199.92 Balance on hand ............ $174.24 Stat« of Illinois ) Whiteside County i&s. Town of Montmorency) I, George Thome, supprvi.sor of said town, do hereby certify that the foregoing statement is true and correct, as I verily Witness, my hand this 30th day of October, A. D. 1941. George Thome, Supervisor of Town of Montmorenry. Nov. 3 HOOPPOLE NEWS •cpcrter, Muriel Honor Ronald Druien On Sixth Birthday Ronald Druien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Druien, was honored lit a birthday dinner at thf home of his parents Wednesday evening on the occassion of his sixth birthday uuUversary. He received many birthday gifts horn the guests. The centerpiece at the table was a rake l»ked and decorated by his aunt. Mm. Clarence Pierson Guests included: M/. and Mrs. Robert Roush and daughter Shirley of Deer Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pierson and son Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Mm&sengiU and children Billy and Patricia of Thomas,. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Klockenga and family, and Mr. and Mrs. William Druten and daught*r Betty of Hooppole. Midget Trio to Give Sacred Concert The Midget trio from Kewanee will give a sacred concert of singing, whistling, and. instrumental number* at the Zion Evangelical church in Hooppole Nov. 9 at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. The' trio is composed of Mary Ruth Bau«h- man, Jeanetie Live* and Joan Lamb, under the direction' of B. H. Baughnan. The accompanist is Mrs. Fern Jones Lamb. The girls are eight, line and ten years of age. The R*v. Grant V. Graver, pastor, will conduct the opening worship wrvic« and introduce the group. Enters Naval Reserve LaVerne Wolf, a graduate of school and mi- say that the followlnjj statement by me subscribed is H corect statement of the amount of road and bridge funds on hand at the beginning of the fiscal yenr above stated; the. amount of road and bridge funds' received; the M>urc*s from which received; the amount expended, and the purpose for which expanded, ai set forth tn said statement.- George Thome, Treasurer. (SEAL) Subscribed nnd sworn to bcfort me this 3()th day of October. 1941. A. C. Carlson. Notary Public. RECEIPTS March. 1040. to March. 1941 County treasurer .......... 51,473.27 I Transfer from road and bridge ................... 200 00 Forfeit tax ................. 21.75 $1.695.02 Total receipts ............ $1,695.02 Summary of expenditures .. 1,125.05 ' Balance on hnnd ....... . , $ 569.97 EXPENDITURES March. 1940, to March, 1941 Haul frravcl ... ............ $ 332.19 i Truck hire ................. 211.76 Com. and use of patrol .... 25.50 Gravel .................... 555.60 Fotal $1.125.05 at Washington. D. C., as a junior stenographer, has enlisted in the naval 'reserve. He will be stationed at Norfolk, Va. La Verne Is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Wolf, formerly of this community, now of Mineral. Hooppole Briefs Mr. and Mrs! Gus DeNeve and daughter Rose Marie and son Walter of Mitchell, S. D , are visiting at the j home of Mrs. Elizabeth DeNeve and family of this community. Glenn Isaacson, son-of Mr.-and Mrs. Milo Isaacson, Is ill at the home of liis parent*. Mrs. Beckham Price burned her right arm Tuesday evening, which injured the nerves on her arm. She was taken to Anna wan for medical treatment. Congress Not to Quit For Balance of Year; War Tension a Factor WASHINGTON — «AP) — Administration opposition to any extruded recess of congress at th|j time wa* dlKclowd authoriattvely yesterday and stirred Immediate conjecture that the tern* situation in the Atlantic and. Pacific WR* r«- Although houM- members have talked of a lengthy reces* after the neutrality and price control bills are disposed of. H wa* teamed that nothing more than three-day holidays would be permitted regardle*6 of the lack of legislative bu.sine.vv Thb> development coincided with woxd from Japan that Saburo Ku- former Japane.s* amlwuvttdor to Germany, wtts Jiving here »« a special envoy bi an attempt to u>»ch an accord with the United SUte*. Chairman Bloom <D-NY> ol I he house foreign .affairs comuntuw, questioned on the po&ub:2i:y o( the hou.se rect-vslng for the bal$i>r«> ol war, declared that lie thought tht- people wanted eotj£rei& tu it» mi Uie job,

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