Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 12, 1953 · Page 18
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 12, 1953
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18 the Daily RegistefrMail, Qalesburg, 111, Monday, October 12, 1953 MARKET WKPokrs robAfr GALESBURG AOO MARKET OMo.burt Ofd« titftit ... , C. B. & Q. Stockyards JtfUJfret 2Se higher. Top $21.00. J00-2M — — - 2W-S00 flows $2o.6s-*ai.eo "2ft.0Q-! 120.60' 17,38-! 120,00 . OvefBlght hoffs delivered 0 »lesbiirg »y 4 a. m. sold 25a above these quotations. Wilson ft Co., Santa re Yards Market 25c higher. Top $21.00. 160-SOO . ?20.OO-$2O.7S JH0-23O $21.00 280-300 J20.2S-?20,7S Sows steady to 25c higher. S70-SOO $17.78-120.25 TOMORROW'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP)—USDA— Estimated talable livestock receipts for Tuesday: HOGS 10,000 CATTLE 7,000 SHEEP - 2,000 BUSHNELL LIVESTOCK Estimated receipts 1,800 hogs. Market active steady to 25 higher, top $21.50. Choice 210 to 240s $21.25 to $21.50. Sows steady top S20.50. Cattle bidding steady on choice to prime others steady to weak. Lambs, not fully established, asking steady. READ THE WANT ADS GARAGES BUILT ON YOUR IOT See one at 440 S. Whltejboro St. 14'x22', 4" Concrete Floor—$800.00 Phone 6251-6 or 1340-0 FOR SALE 1949 2-ROW OLIVER CORN PICKER Excellent condition. F. W. MORLING Phone 8041-4—-Galesburg, III. PEORIA LIVESTOCK (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) HOGS—6,000 salable; butcher top $21.75r|20.25. CATTLE—1,000; several lota high choice and prime $25.78-$26.50; eanner and cutter cows $6.50-$8.50. Calves 150 top $23. SHEEP—450; choice and prime lots mostly $18. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (By THE ASSOCIAAED PRESS) HOGS—11,000 salable; most choice 190-270 lb. butchers $21.25-$21,50; several loads 210-250 lb. $21.60-$21.65; few 160-180 lb. $20-$21.25; most 300-500 lb. sows in larger lots $l9-$20.50. CATTLE: 20,000 salable; calves —800 salable; few loads prime 1,100-1,325 lb. steers $28.75-$29.50; bulk choice and prime steers $24-$28.50; good to low- choice $19.50-$23.50; two loads high- prime 1,050 lb. heifers $27; load prime mixed yearlings $28.25; bulk choice and prime heifers $22-$28; good to low- choice $17.50-$21.50; utility and commercial cows $9.50-$13; canners and cutters $7-$9.50; utility and commercial bulls $11.50-$14; commercial to prime vealers $16-$24; cull and utility $9-$14. SHEEP—4,500 salable; good to prime native lambs $18-.$20; utility to low- good $13-817; culls down to $7 and below: cull to choice slaughter ewes $4-$5.50. ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK By UNITED PRESS HOGS: 12,000; mostly 15-25c higher; 190-250 lbs. about $21.75; several hundred head choice No. 1 and No. 2 $21.90-$22; two loads early $21.50-$21.60; heavier weights scarce; 150-180 lbs. $21.50. CATTLE: 9,000; calves 1,700; choice to low prime steers and mixed year MARKETS AT A GLANCE (By. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) CHICAGO Hogs—Steady to 25 cents higher; top $21.65. Cattle—Steady to 80 higher; top $29.50. Boxing Notes By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK m — It's East vs. nnnntmv iWest at Brooklyn's Eastern Park- ppp« i wav arena (onight when Rocky B I™Jv CUo 7 . ICasillo. Chicago welterweight pros- LIVE .POULTRY: Steady. 27 trucks. „ . r „. S-i •' „ f Poultry Board prices: Hens: Colored POCt, faces Young Joe Klein Of over s lbs. 22c lb.; colored 6 lbs. and 'New York in the top ten rounder. Casillo, winner of 24 of 26 under 27; hybrid 18',i; bareback 18'i; Leghorn 1854. Springs: Colored 21; White Rock 23; Plymouth Rock 23; bareback 18. Fryers: Colored 22; White Rock 23;" Plymouth Rock 23; bareback 18. Broilers: Colored 23; White Rock 23; Plymouth Rock 23; Gray Cross 23; White Closs 23; bareback 23. Commercially grown—springs: Colored 27; White Rock 30; Plymouth Rock 30; Gray Cross 28; White Cross 28. Flyers: Colored 27; White Rock 28; Plymouth Rock 29; Gray Cross 28; White Cross 28, No. 2 chicken 15. Leghorn 18. Capons: 7 lbs. and up 39; under 7 lbs. 37. Old roosters 18. Ducks Heavy 20; small 15; ducklings 28; mus- covy 15. Turkeys: Tome 27; hens 36. Guineas: Old 25; young 30. Pigeons $2. Geese: Young 20; swan 12. CHEESE: Single daisies 40-41Vie lb.; longhorns 41-42; processed lofa 394114; Swiss A 44-45; B 42-43; C 39-40. lings steady at $23-$26; cows opened steady; utility and commercial $9$11; vealers steady; good and choice $14-820; few prime $23. SHEEP: 2,300. None sold. Dr. H. O. Conn OPTOMETRIST —- Formerly of Monmouth — Now Located Room 407, Bondl Bldg. Calesburg, III. PHONE 23604 COAL Phone 4531 People's Fuel & Coke Co. TELEPHONE BILLS ere now dut). They are payable at the Company Office. 100 N. Cherry, or lit the Independently Owned and Operated by Bill Kremheller. ON ROUTE 150 Across from Airport TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY SPECIALS OPEN 9 to 9 FOLGER'S Royal Prince Pumpkin No. 303 Size — 2 Cans RED PONTIAC Storage We Reserve the Right to Mmit Quantities. FOH SALE LEGHORN FRIES 31 /j fo 4 lbs. $1.00 Each HARRY DITMARS Phone 8049-4 pro fights, is the favorite but that doesn't mean much at the Parkway. The arena is known as the "House of Upsets." Klein's record is 19-7-5. DuMont telecasts the 10 p. m., EST, bout to some parts of the country. Heavyweight contender Danny Bucceroni of Philadelphia takes a big chance on Wednesday when he meets cagy Jimmy Slade of New York at the St. Louis arena in the bout of the week. Bucceroni, 6-3, and 193 pounds, ffs being talked ibout is the next opponent for Heavyweight Champion Rocky Marciano. The talk would drop to a whisper if he fails to show impressively against Slade and that could happen very easily. Bucceroni is the fourth-ranked heavy contender while Slade is rated sixth among the light heavies, j But the 5-10,177-pound Slade has done better than all right against the big boys. He flattened Don Cockell, the British empire heavyweight champion, in four rounds. Starting time is 10 p. m., EST WANTED CUSTOM CORN PICKING Picking with 2 row. New Idea. $4.50 per acre plut fuel. SEE—DALE JONES Or Phone 1734, Abingdon, III. for the ten rounder which will be telecast coast to coast by CBS. Lulu Perez, the 20-yeaf old Brooklyn featherweight sensation, seeks his 23rd straight victory on Friday night with 23-year old Joey Cam of Boston as his opponent. The ten rounder will be fought at New York's St. Nicholas Arena, Don't Dig Up Your Sewer »OTO-ROOTfR FOR CLOGGED SEWIRS A DRAINS PHONE 7789-6 l F NO ANSWER. CAU B714-* 1500 to 2000 Bushels of CORN WANTED From field or will pick. MELVIN McCAW & ERNIE MILLER Ph. 8051-4 RFD 4, Galesburg, III. FOR SALE FEEDER LAMBS BREEDING EWES Registered Oxford and Suffolk Rams. REX H0RNEY Smithshire, III. Phone 555-9 WELDERS Every farmer needs a Torney. The only complete farm repair unll. Heali, cuts, welds, drills, brazes, solders, lhaws water pipes, charges batteries and can be used as a booster to start cars, trucks and tractors, using either 6 oi 12 volts. This equipment carries an UNCONDITIONAL 2-year guarantee. For more Information call or see your Forney Farm Welder Dealer GENE SULLINS 830 S. Cedar —• Phone 7213-3 WILL LEASE Food establishment in Galesburg, has finest equipment, good money-maker for right person, suitable for man and wife operation. Ad replies confidential. Write Box 618, care of Register-Mail, giving name, address and phone number. SWEENEY'S GROCERY NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS 1621 Willard Sr. Paul and Betty Sweeney PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of filing application for Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity or Permit as a local Carrier under the provisions of The Illinois Truck Act, To Whom If May Concern: The undersigned applicant hereby gives notice to the public that there has been filed with the Division of Motor Carriers of The Department of Public Works and Buildings of the Sfafe of Illinois an application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity or Permit as a Local Carrier with base point or principal place of business at Galesburg, Illinois, for authority to transport by motor vehicle the following commodities: Coal, crushed rock, gravel, sand asphalt. All parlies interested In this application and the public hearing to be held thereon may obtain information relative thereto, by addressing the Chief Clerk, Division of Motor Carriers, Ridgely Building, Springfield, Illinois. DATED this 10th day of October, A. 0. 1953. Oscar Stanley Jackson, Applicant. 1 242 E. Main St., Galesburg, III. REPUBLIC RADIANT The Only Different Gas Burner No need to fear discomfort or In between cold periods, if you have a Republic Radiant gas burner Installed In your present furnace. The operation Is much more economical, than with ordinary gas burners. Republics Hl-low flam* and Radiant Combustion Chamber gives you the same- even temperature from floor to ceiling . . . our satisfied customers should know. SEE U AT IDEAL HEATING COMPANY 76 N. Seminary Phone 3084 -4 THE PLACE TO" BUY YOUR BEEF BULL IS "THE SALE OF SATISFIED BUYERS' Choice Scotch SHORTHORN CATTLE Friday, Oct 16 in the Knoxville Community Sale Pavilion, KNOXVILLE, ILL. 33 Bulls, all but 4 ready for immediate service. 32 f (males, 10 cows with calves, 18 bred, all others at breeding age. The most profitable program Ihe Cornbelt farmer can follow is to buy dependable, richlybrecl Scotch Shorthorns -— the world's greatest converters of grass and roughage. The calves mature early and attain greater weight. What better place to buy them than in a sale where over a million dollars have been paid by satisfied customers. The cattle in this sale »re not pampered nor in extra high flesh. It's the place where your Shorthorn dollar goes farther. Sal* starts promptly at 12 noon CST. Built will be told first. Female sale starts about 1:30 p.m. HAL LONGLEY, Sale Mgr., 16 S. locust St., Aurora, Illinois THIRD ANNUAL SALE OF CALVES, FEEDER CATTLE AND BREEDING STOCK At Sale Pavilion, Albia, Iowa TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 We Will Start Selling Angus Calves at 12 O'clock Sharp Albia is located 65 miles southeast of Des Moines on Highway 60 and on Highway 34, 100 miles west of Burlington, Iowa, and 320 miles west of Chicago, III. Albia is on the main lines of the C. B. and Q. and Wabash railroads. BETWEEN 1400 AND 1600 HEAD FOR THIS BIG SALE Be Sure to Attend This Special Cattle Sal* of Good Calves, Yearling Steers, and Breeding Heifers. 600 Angus calves; 700 Hereford calves. Yearling steers, Breeding cows. We Hold A Horse a nd Mule Sal* Every Other Monday. Remember—We Sell a Big Cattle, Hog and Sheep Sale Every Saturdiy »h* Year Around. We operate under government super- iston and are bonded for your protection. H. C, Peterson, Ross Pedigo, and Oran Garrett, Auctioneers ALBIA SALES CO. H. C. Peterson and Son, Don, and Paul Moreheed, Owners and Mgrs. ALBIA, IOWA Our Cafe Will Be Open All Day to Serve Meals. Our Yards Are Open 24 Hours « A D.y. REGISTERED SPOTTED POLAND CHINA HOG S CARL SEILER, ONEIDA, ILLINOIS - 40 BOARS FASHION ACE -10- GILTS All pigs vaccinated for cholera and erysipelas. All bangs tested. Bang* Frti. PUnty of new blood for old customers. Have just purchased the 1953 Grand Champion Boar of Iowa, Missouri and Spencer, Iowa, Fairs. See him sale nightl Tuesday Eve., Oct. 13 SALE STARTS AT 8:00 p. M. 1953 " ' ' " 'IY1. . # , « 17*4 Held al KNOXVILLE SALES BARN, Knoxvill nois Um.h by Youth F.ll.w.hip ot QnUri. C.n a ,. n .,i„„.l church. SALESMAN WANTED! SALESMAN, resident of Galesburg and Surrounding counties. Reliable, sincere, neat appearing, 21-55 years, married, who has the ability ot self - supervision 'and appreciate pleasant, dignified sales work. Car necessary. We offer the finest sales training program to insure, even an Inexperienced man success, If accepted. No high pressure selling. Our 100-year success patterns offer one of America's finest opportunities for promotion to a confident hard working man. Our business has no off seasons, provides good security regardless of general business conditions, offers exclusive territory with steady repent business each year. Full earnings paid weekly. No traveling. Average salesman earnings of entire organization for past year was $03 for a week. Above average men earned $172. Many ranged up to $250 for a week. For personal interview phone MR. LE1CII. CUSTER HOTEL 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. October 12 and 13 starting at 10 p. m„ EST. ABC will broadcast and NBC will telecast the scrap coast to coast. Used Furniture For Sale CORBIN'S AUCTION HOUSE 639 S. Cedar St. 20 ROOMS OF BEDROOM FURNITURE Complete Beds $7.50 up Dressers $4.50 to $19.50 Chest of Drawers, New, Unfinished and Used ...$6.50 up Child's Chest o Robes $14.95 up 3 Wardrobes $4.00 to $7.50 Gate leg Tables $8.95 Breakfast Sets $7.50 up Oil Heaters r , $1.00 up 4 Warm Morning Heaters, Used $22.50 to $39.50 Estate Heatrola $12.50 Hospital Beds (will sell or rent) $49.50 and $59.50 Cabinet Bases $14.95 up New Studio lounges $49.50 Green Living Room Suit* (New) must be seen to be appreciated Only $149.50 Bran-Divan Hide-A-Bed $147.50 New and Used Living Room Suites $7.50 up Used Electric Refrigerators $12.95 up New Platform Rockers $13.95-$39.93 New Blonde Bed Room Suite with Mr. and Mrs. Dresser (slight damage) $79.93 3-Pc, Used Bedroom Suite ...$37.50 Metal Porch Chairs $1.99 **. New 9x12 Congoleums (For 1 week only) $4.99 «a. Lots of Other New and Used Furniture Bought, Sold and Traded Daily. If you have furniture, tools, antiques, or anything of value to sell, we will buy 1 piece or a house full and pay cash. If you need furniture or fur- minings always com* down to Corbins in the low rent district and sav* money. Open for and doing business dally from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Apples Fresh Orchard Hand Picked RED JONATHANS $098 Bu. Stayman Bushel Winesaps ... $2.98 Red Delicious $1.98 Grimes Golden $2.98 N.Y. Senators $1.98 Garver Pears $1.98 Sweet Gallon Apple Cider... 69c Sweet Bushel Potatoes.... $2.98 Fancy Washed • Waxed RED RIVER POTATOES S2.49 100-lb. Bag... 10 lbs. 29c Florida Grapefruit 10 for 49c | Dromedary Dates, lb. 39c Sunmaid Raisins 2 lbs. 43c I Del Mont* Prunes _ 2 lbs. 59c i 700 South Seminary Phone 4836 MR. FARMER! Buy your furtilixer from a dealer that has a complete line. A. & M. COAL & LIMESTONE CO. HAS ITI Avon, III. FOH RENT—Brick bldg., 310-312314 E. Main, Knoxville. 78-ft. front. Plate glass, cement floors. One large display room and office for auto* or machinery, and office SO feet deep'. One offle*.. Display room, and metal lined room for feed and seed storage and large work room for auto repair, this part 75 ft. deep. Excellent location for grocery, hardware, paint, auto sales and repair, Implement, feed and seed, cream station. Fluorescent lights, gas, and If taken at onco oil heat available. All In excellent condition Mrs. Glenn Elkcr Leu, 404 E. Main St., Knoxville, 111. Phone 95-3322. SHIPP AUTO SALES & Standard Service 516 N. Seminary St. Dial 8-1362 or 3938-2 WINTER IS JUST AROUND the CORNER It's Time to Winterize That Carl PERMANENT ANTI-FREEZI AND ALCOHOL 1930 Ford, 2-Dr., looks and run* like new. 1953 Ford V« fon Pickup. If. brand new. 19S0 Willys Jeep with governor power takeoff, factory mad* 2 wheel luggage Trsiler. Duo Therm Oil Burner READ THE WANT ADS Corn Borer Control FARMERS—Let us show you our new Stalk Shredder. The one that everybody is talking about. CALL US AND ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION GUY MEEKER & SONS J. I. CASE SALES & SERVICE Phone 11 North Henderson, 111. Leland M. Smith INSURANCE Room 435 Bank of Galesburg Bldg, — Phone 4410 J. S. BOTKIN - ASSOCIATE FOR THE BEST IN READY-MIXED CONCRETE CALL 1050 Monmouth Blvd. Phone 1050-6 STOCK CATTLE 600 High Quality Yearling Steers Direct from Wyoming and Nebraska. Best of cattle section. Real cattle to winter. 100 Steer Calves for sale off cars Norris, 111., Tuesday afternoon to save handling costs. Advise buying before bad weather.* Attractive prices. W. F. Wolf and Sons Canton, 111. Administrator's PUBLIC SALE To settle the estste of Harry A. Shover, deceased, I will sell at public auction at farm located 3 miles north and 1 mil* west and 1 mile south of London Mills, III., Vi mile south and IVJ miles east and I mil* south of Harmon, or 1 mil* south of Bliss school on FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1953, AT 1:00 SHARP 14 - HEAD OF CATTLE -14 5—head of good 'mixed shorthorn and guernsey milk cows with small calves. 2—head of good mixed Shorthorn and Guarmey milk cows due to calve soon. 1—steer calf. 1—heifer calf. 47 - HEAD OF HOGS - 47 7—head of good Duroc sows bred to Duroc bosr due to farrow list of October. 40— head of choice Duroc feeder shoals. 25 - HEAD OF SHEEP - 25 12—head of good native ewes and 12 good lambs. 1—good buck. FEED—400 bushels more or less good oats; 1000 bushels more or lets torn in crib; 1500 bales more or less good alfalfa, clover and stubbl* hay. IMPLEMENTS—7 ft. tandem disc; IHC 2-bot. 14" plow; 3-sac. iron harrow; 1948 IHC H tractor & cultivator, this tractor is perfect. 1942 Two door Chevrolet car on good rubber. Motor in good mechanical condition; low wagon 4 rack, self feeder; old wagon; overhead gas tank and stand; hand corn shelter; lawn mower. Small tools and articles too numerous to mention. Some furniture. OWNERS: Estat* of Harry A. Shover, deceased Stanford R. Shover, Administrator lyl* Dickson LEWIS O. MARKS, AUCTIONEER CARTER TRUMPY, CLERK JOSEPH V. TOOHIll, ATTORNEY TERMS — CASH NO LUNCH COUNTER —Not Responsible For Accidents— Keystone "Bed Brand" FENCE See Us for All Your Fencing Needs! Barb Wire — Galvanized Staples Steel Post — "Moss Tie Co." Creosote Post Braces — etc. SUTOR - ORWIG HARDWARE & FEEDS 75 Maple Avenue Phone 6492-6

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