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- r - i a - October 23 i - OHMNANCfc NO. Sll AN OftfcfNANCfi AMENDING MARKING METER ORDINANCE (Ordiflaftce No. 281) Otf CITY OF GALESBtJftG, mtiNois. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THfi CITY OF GALESBURG, ILLINOIS; SECTION 1. That Section 4 And Section 18 of Ordinance 251 (Parking Meter Ordinance), passed October 6, 1952, approved October 1, 1952, be amended so that said Sections 2 and 18 as amended shall read as follows; SECTION 2. Zones are hereby established to be known as parking meter zones upon the following Streets of the City of Galesburg:, a. The North and South sides of East Main Street from the Public Square to the intersection of East Main Street with the right- of-way of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company at a point East of Chambers Street; the East and West sides of North Broad Street from the Public Square to the North right-of-way line of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company where the same intersects with North! Broad Street; and the East side of South Broad Street from the Public Square to the North line of Simmons Street; the North side of West Main Street from the Public Square to the East line of Cedar Street Parking in the area designated in this sub-section shall be at an angle of 35 degrees with the curb line of said streets. b. The Public Square. Parking herein shall be at an angle of 90 degrees with the curb line. c. The West side of South Broad Street between the Public Square and the North line of Simmons Street; the East and West sides of Cherry Street between the South line of Ferris Street and the North line fo Tompkins Street, except, that o nthe East side thereof there shall be no parking meters installed beginning at a point 128 feet North of the North line of Tompkins Street and a point 179 feet North of the North line of Tompkins Street; and the East and West sides of Prairie Street, Kellogg Street, and Seminary Street between the South line of Ferris Street and the North line of Tompkins; the West side of South Seminary Street between the South line of Tompkins and the North line of South Street; the North and South sides of Simmons Sen. fceir Blasts Sen. an at- of the charg- Farm Policies PADtJCAtt, Tex. (UP) ttobert 6: Kerr unleashed tack on the 1 farm policies Eisenhower Administration, ing that farmers are now' making less than during the depression. The Oklahoma Democrat, Addressing a farmers union meeting Thursday night, said differing farmers are now getting their lowest percentage of the national income in 15 years. He said the administration frankly admits it is trying to squeeze the "marginal farmer' 9 out of business. MARKET REPORTS Plan to Bolster Iran's Economy WASHINGTON (UP) — United States officials reported today that action is underway to bolster Iran's weakened economy under a 45- million-dollar emergency American aid program and that more aid is expected to follow, when that is gone. The Eisenhower administration allocated the emergency money to the new government of Premier Gen. Fazollah Zahedi after assistance had been withheld from the former regime of Mohammed Mos­ sadegh. In speeding the emergency aid, officials said emphasis had been placed on a program designed to ease inflation and combat a serious budget deficit in the shortest possible time. French Troops Abandon Town HANOI, Indochina U» — The French High Command 'announced today its troops had abandoned the town of Phu Nho Quan, 55 miles southwest of Hanoi after destroying all Vietminh military installations there. The French-Vietnamese troops staged a surprise attack Ttuirstlay on the Red River Delta town, believed to have been headquarters for a Communist-led rebel division. GALESBURG HOG MARKET Galetburg Order Buyers " C. B. & Q. Stockyards Market steady to weak. Top $21. 200-250 $20.75-421.00 260-300 $20.25-$20.75 aPcking sows - ?18.00-$20.25 Overnight hogs delivered Gauesburg by 4 a. m. sold 25c above these quotations. Wllion Ac Co., Santa Fe Yard! Market fully steady, Top $21. 180-190 $20.50-820.75 200-250 $20,85-$2t.OO 2H0-300 $20.25-$20.75 Sows steady. 270-500 — $18.25-$20.25 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of HOWARD ALBERT . SWANSON, Deceased, pending in Street between the West line of the County Court of Knox County, South Seminary Street and the Illinois, and that claims may. be East line of South Broad Street; filed against the said estate on the East side of Boone's Avertue, or before said date without issu- and the North and South sides of ance 0 f summons. East Ferris Street between the ERNEST R. SWANSON East line of North Broad Street Administrator and the West Kne of North Semi- Woolsey, Stickney & Lucas, nary Street. Parking in the area designated in this sub-section shall be parallel to the curb line of said streets, except on the West side of South Seminary Street between County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. ALLAN LIND, Executor 10/16-23-30 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby, given to all persons that November 2nd, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of ROSA HAGUE, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illindis, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. HARRY WITHERELL Administrator 10/9-16-23 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all a point 79 feet South of the South]persons that Monday, December 7, line of Tompkins Street and a point 158 feet South of the South line of Tompkins Street, vehicles shall stop or park so that the right front wheel of such vehicle is within 12 inches of the right hand curb along said street and such vehicle is parked obliquely at an angle of 35 degrees with the said curb. d. There shall be excepted and excluded from the provisions of this Ordinance those areas or portions of streets which have been heretofore by law or ordinance or may in future be designated as unloading zones or no parking zones. SECTION 18. It shall be unlawful for any person or operator to park any vehicle for a period of more than sixty minutes in any consecutive three-hour period and between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M., excepting Sundays, New Year's Day, Decoration Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day in any one block of the following streets, provided that on Fridays the above designated hours shall be extended to nine o'clock P.M., viz., Main Street from the Public Square to Chambers Street; Cherry Street from Ferris Street to Simmons Street; Prairie Street from Ferris Street to Simmons Street; Kellogg Street from Ferris Street to Simmons Street; The East side of Boone's Avenue. It shall be unlawful for any person or operator to park any vehicle for a period of more than two hours in any consecutive four- hour period between the hours above designated excepting Sundays and the holidays above mentioned, in any one block of the following streets, provided, that on Fridays the above designated hours shall be extended to nine o'clock P.M. viz., Broad Street from the South line of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company right- of-way where the same crosses North Broad Street to the Public Square; Broad Street from the Public Square to Simmons Street; the Public Square; Cherry Street from the South line of Simmons Street to the North line of Tompkins Street; Ferris Street from the East line of Broad Street to the West line of Seminary Street; Simmons Street from Broad Street lo Seminary Street; Seminary Street from Ferris Street to Tompkins Street; the West side of South Seminary Street between the South line of Tompkins Street and the North line of South Street; the North side of West Main Street from the Public Square to Cedar Street; East Main Street from the East line of Chambers Street to the West line of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway Company right-of-way where the same crosses East Main Street. It shall be unlawful for any person or operator to park any vehicle for a period of more than twelve minutes in any consecutive three-hour period between the hours above designated, excepting Sundays and the holidays above mentioned, during the hours that BU5HNELL LIVESTOCK Estimated receipts 1,000 hogs. Market active steady to 25 lower, top $21.15. Sows steady, top $10.75. Cattle supplies limited, most bids fully steady. Lambs bids very uneven asking steady. STTLOUIS LIVESTOCK (By UNITED PRESS) HOGS: 8,000; barrows and gilts mostly 50c lower; bulk choice 180-250 lbs. $21.65-$21.75; few 260-275 lb. butchers 21-$21.25; 150-170 lbs. $20-$21.50. CATTLE: 3,000: calves 600; small Friday supply showing little change in price; movement especially active on utility to low good steers and butcher yearlings at $12-$20; vealers fully steady good and choice $17-$23; prime up to $26. SHEEP: 600; slaughter Iambs strong to 50c higher; most choice and prime wooled lambs $18.50-$19.50; good and choice mostly $16.50-$18. TOMORROW'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO fAP)—USDA— Estimated salable livestock receipts for Saturday: HOGS 300 CATTLE 500 SHEEP 100 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) HOGS—7,500 salable; most choice W0-2G0 lb. butchers S21.50-S2l.65; several loads 200-220 lb. $21.75; most 300-500 lb. sows S19-S20.50; good clearance. CATTLE—1,000 salable; calves —300 salable; few sales good and choice steers $19.50-$25.25; part-load 850 lb. heifers $23.25; few canner to low-commercial steers $8-$14; utility and commercial cows $10,25-$13.50; bulk canners and cutters $8-$lG.25*. utility to low-commercial bulls $12-$14.25; commercial to prime vealers $16-$24; cull and utility largely $9-$14. SHEEP—500 salable; good to choice wooled native lambs $18-$20; top $21; cull to low-good $8-$17; yearlings absent; cull to choice slaughter ewes PEORIA LIVESTOCK (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) HOGS—5,500 salable; toy $21.50; best sows S20.50. Cattle and sheep were to few to be quoted. MARKETS AT A GLANCE (By UNITED PRESS) Stocks firm in moderately active trading. Bonds Irregularly higher. U. S. government bonds firm in quiet dealings. Midwest stocks irregular. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, rye, oats, soybean and lard futures Irregularly lower. Hogs: 15 higher to 25 lower, top $21.75. Sheep; Steady, top $21. Cattle: Steady-25 lower, top $25.25. CHICAGO PRODUCE (By UNITED PRESS) LIVE POULTRY: Steady. 26 trucks. No price changes. CHEESE: Single daisies 42Va-43>4c lb.; longhorns 42Va-43V a ; processed loaf 39V2-42; Swiss A 45-47; B 44-45; C 4143. 1953, is the claim date in the es-| BUTTER: 527,416 lbs. Firm. 93 score tate Of HARRIKTTK H P 9iMP |68^c lb-.' 02 score 68; 90 score 67; 89 rrt*T r* ™T J?' /score &Hk. Carlots: 90 score 67; 89 SON, Deceased, pending in the [score 6434. GALESBURG Consumer GRAIN (Grain bids at 1:30 CORN, No. 2 . $1.33 OAT9. No. 2 - 69 SOYBEANS, No. 2 |2.52 MARKETS Supply p. m.) DeForeet Feed ft Seed CO* (Galesburg-Abingdon). (Grain bids at 1:30 p. m.) WHEAT, No. 2 41.76 CORN, No. 2 $1.34 OATS, No. 2 SOYBEANS, No. 2 _ $2.K Galeiburg Soy Product! Co. (Bids at 1:30 p. rrt.) SOYBEANS, No. 2 ye How _ $2.55 \ CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (By THE ASSOCIAAED PRESS) Cash wheat: none. Corn: No. 1 yellow 1.45»>47; No. 2 1,46%-%; No, 3 1.41^-47; No. -4 1.40^; sample grade 1.41. Oats: No. 2 white Barley nominal: malting 1.30-60; feed 88-1.10. Field seed nominal per 100 lbs.: White clover 8.50-9.00; redtop 58.00-59.00; alsike 15.00-16.00; timothy 11.50-12.00; red clover 24.00-25.00. FINAL GRAIN REVIEW CHICAGO (AP)—Purchase of wheat and soybeans by foreign countries with the hope of more to come, sent those commodities higher on the Board of Trade today. Feed grains dragged. Price advances, were not large, but they sufficed to sen dMay wheat to the best level for any wheat contract since Aug. 17. Firmness in cash wheat at Minneapolis also created buying. Soybeans were aided by light receipts of cash beans, which met a good demand. Feed grains lagged because of fears of a big run of cash corn at Chicago next week. Etsimated carlot receipts in Chicago: Wheat 2, corn 281, oats 8, rye none, barley 19 and soybeans 11. Wheat closed %-U'a higher, Decem- NEW YORK (UP) midday prices; Aid Chem 68V4 Aid St 37 7 /s AUis Chal 44% Amerada 15594 ABC-Pmt Amn Can 35 7 /a Amn Dist 31V» Amn R&SS 12-14 Amn Smelt 28-% Amn T&T 156 Amn Tob 75 Anaconda 31Va Armour 8% Atchison 91*4 Bcndlx GVA Beth Stl 50% Borden 60 Briggs 31% Budd 11 Vs Burroughs 14% Cal&Hcc 7Vz Case 16V4 Catplr 49 Celanese 20 Celotex 16Vi Cerro 21% C&O 36 Chrysler 67W Coca Cola 108V4 Coium Gas IW2 Com Cop 36V4 Cont Can 56Vfr Cont Oil 51 Corn Prod 72*14 Curt Wr 7% Deere 26 *i Dome 15% Douglas 72^ Du Pont 104!^ Erie 18% Firestone 60 Stock maricet Attorneys 10/9-16-23 chsrificd rye lK -ift higher. December $1.21 - u, soybeans l^-3»/ a higher, November $2 .72V4. and lard 13 to 57 cents a hundred pounds Qiigher, November $16.02$16.05. CHICAGO GRAIN RANGE CHICAGO m — High Low Close Prev.close Wheat Dec 1.96V4 1.94V8 1.95% Mar 2.00 1.98V4 1.99% May 2.01 7 /* 2.00 2.01% Jly 1.97% 1.95V2 1.97% De C c° rn i.48 3 /4 1.47% 1.47% 1.47% Mar 1.51% 1.49% 1.50% 1.50%-Vfe May 1.550 1.49 1.49% 1.49% Jly 1,50 1.49 1.49% 1.49% Oats .76% .77% .75% ;72% 1.94%-95 1.98% 2.00% 1.96V4 Flintkt 26 Gen EI 79% Gen Fds 57V4 Gen Mtrs 59% Goodyear 50% Ghm Pg 1% Grum Air 22% Homestake 35% Howe Snd 11 Hudson 10% 111 Cent 71% Inland Stl 40% Int Harv 27% Jnt Nick 39% Int Paper 56% Int T&T 14y 8 Johns Man 60% Kennecott 66% \Keyst 21% *Kresge 34% .77% .76% .73% ,76%-77 .77%-% .76 .73% Kroger 43% Lockhd 25% Loews 11% Marsh Fid 24% Martin 15 Msti Dvp 17% Monsanto 82% Mont Dak 20% Mont W 57% Nash Kelv 17% Nat Avn 21% Nat Bis 34% Nat CN 34% Nat Dairy 60% Nat Dist 18% Nat Ld 34% NYC 20% Nor Amn 21% Nor Pac 58% NW Airl 9% Ohio Oil 53% Otis EI 41% Owens III 74% Packard 4 . Pan Amn 8% Penney 72% Penn Ml 19% Pepsi Cola 12% Phelps Dge 33% Philco 30% Phil Mor 50% Phil Pet 53% P&Gam 65% RCA 23% Rem Rand 15% Rep Stl 46% Reyn Tob'47% Safeway 38 Schenley 22% Sears 56% Sinclair 33% Socony 33% ' Sou Pac 38% Std Bds 27 S.O. Cal 50% S.O. IND. 68 S.O. N.J. 71 S.O. Ohio 34% Studebaker 24 Swift 39% Texaco 55 Tran Am 26% Un Carb 69% Un Oil 42% Un Pae 105% Utd Airl 23% Utd Corp 5% U.S. Gyps 106% U.S. Stl 37% Wauk Mt 14% West Ua 43% 1.21% 1.18% 1.26% 1.24 Soybeans 2.70 2.73% 2.73% 2.71% 2.68% 15,75 13.70 12.75 12.50 12.50 16.02 13.75 12.95 12.60 12.55 1.19% 1.24% 1.26% 1.28% 2.70%-% 2.73%-% 2,74-73% 2.72%-% 2.68% 15.60-45 13.50-47 12.62 12.45 12.42 SHIPP AUTO SALES & STANDARD SERVICE 516 N. Seminary St. 1950 Ford 2-Door, heater. 1946 Chevrolet Club Coupe/ radio and heater. 1953 Ford % Ton Pickup. (Brand new.) 1950 Willys Jeep, like new. 1938 Chrysler Royal 4-Door. The best buy in town. Open Evenings — Dial 8136-2 EGGS: 9.176 cases. Steady. White large 60-69.9 per cent A and ovef 61 */aC doz.; mixed large extras 60-69.9 per cent A and over 56; mediums 60-69.9 per cent A and over 43; standards 5153; current receipts 44; dirties 42; checks 40. WALL STREET NEW YORK (AP)—Actively higher oils today headed a moderately advancing stock market. Gains in the oil section ran from major fractions to between one and two points. Elsewhere in the list, gains and losses spread out over a range of a point or less with emphasis on the higher side of the market. Business was right around the pace that has been maintained all this week and in the neighborhood of Thursday's 1,340.000 shares. aRilroads were buoyed by a few strong stocks, and some good gains were shown in steels, motors, coppers, chemicals, and building materials. There were no eral weakness seen. In any major group. Judging from the few we've had this year, you'd better not eat chestnuts in the dark. HAMPSHIRE BOARS AND GILTS rugged, long, feeding New blood for old Cholera immune. Big, quality, customers. Bangs free and clean. Will Deliver! FRESH DRESSED LIVERS AND GIZZARDS When Available. FREE DELIVERY Phone 6032-8 Heller & Wells Poultry 1271 Monmouth Blvd. JAMES STEELE MAQUON, ILLINOIS miles east of Gilson, uction A directly in front of and contiguous to the side of any State or National Bank containing its front entrance door. It shall be unlawful for any person or operator to park any vehicle for a period of more than twelve minutes in any consecutive three- hour period between the hours above designated, excepting Sundays and the holidays above mentioned, provided, that on Fridays the above designated hours shall be extended to nine o'clock P.M. on the following portions of streets: Along (he South side of East Main Street commencing at a point 66 feet West of the West line of i Chambers Street, thence West 156.5 feet. SECTION 2. Any person, firm or corporation who violates or fails to comply with any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be [ined not less than three dollars, nor more than fifty dollars for each offense. SECTION 3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith to the extent of such conflict, are hereby repealed. SECTION 4. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and due publication as required by law. PASSED: October 19, 1953. APPROVED: October 20, 1953. LEO W. MORRISON. MAYOR ATTEST: ALFRED NYSTROM, CITY CLERK STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF KNOX CITY OF GALESBURG I, Alfred Nystrom, City Clerk of said City, hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true copy of an ordinance passed by the City Council of said City on the 19th day of October, A.D. 1953, and duly approved by the Mayor of said City on the 20th day of October, A.D. 1953, and now in force, the original of which is now on file in my office, and further certify that as such City Clerk I am keeper of the same. Witness my hand and the seal of said City this 21st day of Octo- State or National Banks are openjber, A.P. 1953,, for business on the following por- ALFRED NYSTROM, tior^s of streets; City Clerk. Ttat fioxiiou of East Main Street] W /23 -lt HOMELITE CHAIN JAWS SALES AND SERVICE FOR SALE HAMPSHIRE SPRING BOARS igible to register Vaccinated tested New Used Saws Sold and Serviced by people who use them. We also buy standing timber. Kendrick Timber Products Abingdon, Illinois New blood lines few open gi CARROL OAKS North East MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS SPRING BAKERS FRIES Free ivery Home Killed CORN FED BEEF ly hilvM or quarftr*, for locktrs or froxvrs. Fro Dtlivtry Reasonable Pnctl HOUSEHOLD GOODS Sat., Oct. 24th At 1:30 P. M. Corner Ann Sr. & Henderson Rd. Knoxville, 111. Hardwick Apt gas stove, G.E. refrigerator, ABC washing machine, kitchen cabinet, 2 solid walnut tables, dishes, cooking utensils, bedding, chairs end furnishings of 5 rooms. Garden tools, ladders and many articles too numerous to mention. On inspection some articles of antiquity may be found as ihis is the property of • lady who has kept house for sixty years, Not responsible for accidents, Mrs. Ida Edmonds, r Owner —Terms Cash— Alvin UFolletfe, Auctioneer Marine Hero Of I wo Jima Gets a Break Ira Hayes, a raise the CHICAGO (UP)Marine hero who helped Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima's Mt. Suribachi and came home to land on Chicago's Skid Row, left today for a new job and a chance for a new life. A full-blooded American Indian. the 30-year-old Hayes was found drunk and confused last week in a cheap dive district. He was shoeless when a judge sent him to jail because he could not pay a $25 fine. The Chicago Sun-Times later paid the fine, and, with his permission, put him in a sanitarium for a week's medical care. A fund grew for Hayes a£ interested persons throughout the country contributed to aid him. Many donors inclosed clippings of a United Press story of Hayes* plight. Hayes was released from the sanitarium Thursday with a new wardrobe purchased by the fund. "I guess the best way I can say what is in my heart is to promise I won't make anyone regret that he helped me," Hayes said. He had several job offers, he said. He accepted one to chauffeur for a prominent Los Angeles family. He will receive $300 a month, plus room and board. 20.Years A 1 Monday, Oct. 23, 193.1 Local temperatures: 6 a.m. p.m. 70. 1 46; Firm control of the dollar's gold value was added by President Roosevelt to the government's multiple efforts to lift commodity prices. The Burlington Railroad tested a new type oil-electric motor car between Galesburg and Aurora. Carl fceiler, Oneida, 1932 world champion cornhusker, in an exhibition on the W. Harry McGaan farm, northwest of Altona, picked 37.335 bushels in 80 minutes, breaking his '32 record of 36.914. Knox County Post No. 2257, Veterans of Foreign Wars, announced plans to organize a band. Strawflowers and Winter Bouquets Of ell typee and material. In color of floral arrangements. Freeh Flowera. Brinoj your container If you wish. CELOS1A GARDENS AND ANTIQUE SHOP 41 C. Davie St. 4t7l FOR SALE 1952 INTERNATIONAL LI 62 TRUCK And Country Milk Route Goes Wifh It. PHONE 95-5835 TELEPHONE BILLS ar« now du*. Thty «• payable at tha Company Offica, 100 If. Charry, or at tha CHOICE CORNFED Home killed, for locker, for deep freeze. AVAILABLE BY QUARTER OR HALF. Reasonable PricesI Free Delivery! JOHNSON Oneida, III. Phone 478 AUCTION 180-ACRE FARM The auction will be held on the premises located 2 miles south at Princeville, commencing at 1:30 p.m. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31 This farm will be sold in two tracts and then all together. Whichever way it brings the most money, it wili be sold. Tract No. 1, Improved BO acres, more or less, of the west half of the southwest quarter of section thirty (30)—(11)—(7). Akron township, Peoria county, Illinois. This 80 acres has good 8-room house with furnace heat, two good barns t good corn crib with overhead granaries and inside elevator, machine shed, chicken house and two-car garage. It has a good well with plenty of water. This tract is all tillable^ Tract No. 2 100 acres, more or less, of the west half of the northwest quarter of section thirty-one (31) and the west half of the northwest quarter, of the southwest quarter of section thirty-one (31) — (11) — (7), Aljrou township, Peoria county, Illinois, This tract is located across the road from the 80 acres and Is all tillable. ;oth tracts have ben treated with commercial fertilizers and are in a ?ood state of productivity. This is one of the best farms In this territory and is located on an all-weather road, close to good markets, schools and the church of your choice. For the investor, there is none better. TERMS OF SALE 10% of the purchase price to be paid on date of sale, balance in cash on or before March 1. 1954, upon delivery of executor's det-cl and abstract showing merchantable title. Seller will pay all 1953 taxes, payable in 1954. and convey title clear of all encumbrance and Jien. Lillie M. Evans Estate Carl E. Phllllpi, Trustee, Tint Nail. Bank Bldg., Peoria, III. For Information prior to sale, contact Col. J. M. Bliss, Auctioneer, Telephone 64, Princeville, 111. 883 Monmo Blvd John Pruett Knoxville, Phpne 95-3967 FOR ) ) S>S. ) Phone 4531 People's Fuel & Coke Co WE GIVE GREtN STAMPS ALL KINDS 0B PRINTING Mailing Piece* A Specialty! V Quality — Reasonable 77ie Daily RegiVer-Aiail ANNUAL PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE BOAR & GILT SALE Will be held «t Mason's Purebred Stl* PtvUion in Aledo, HI., on Thurs. Nile, Oct. 29 Starting at 7:30 P. 50 — HEAD 40 BOARS - 10 GUTS All Bang'* Tested Within Last 30 Days. Healthy end Cl««:n. Veterinarian Vaccinated and Double Immune. Sired by GOLDEN RULt, Iowa Grand Champion; PRAIRIE TOPPER, ILLINOIS PATROL AND MODEL BOUNCER. New breeding our old customers can use- The finest, well grown meat-type bocrs and gilts we bave ever sold. We Cordially Invite You To Attend Our Sale. —-Write for Catalog TERMS—CASH Delberi Decker & ALEDO, ILLINOIS Auctioneers: Col. Keith Goode, Col. Roy Damp, Col. Raymond Fisher FieJdmen: Walt Briggs, Big Chief Co.; Lei Srone, The Times Record, Aledo, Illinois. FOR THE BEST IN READY-MIXED CONCRETE CALL 1050 Monmouth Blvd. Phone 1050-6 In our advertisement in Thursday's Register-Mail MEADOLAKE MARGARINE as advertised should not have been listed. This deal will be effective in our advertisement of November 5th. VARIETY MARKET Southeast Corner Grand and Michigan Public Aid Workers Wilt Attend Meeting Seven members of the staff of the Knox County office of the Illinois Public Aid Commission plait to attend a 4-day conference of the Illinois Welfare Association in Chicago from Nov. 4 to 7. It is possible that other local people from other groups may also be in attendance at the affair. Those from the commission to attend will be Robert O. Johnson, superintendent; Mrs. Inez Kelly, Mrs. Florence Manley, Mrs. Isabelle Wendell, Mrs. Olga Tucker, Mrs. Genevieve Nelson and Mrs. Lavonna Torley. READ THE WANT ADS any Alio own FOR SALE All WHITE MUSCOVY DUCKS WHITE ROCK FRIERS 4-5 IBS. EATING PEARS 50c A Buthtl KnoxvilU — PHont 365ft SCOTT RADER $1600 CASH will buy 4 room houst, 9«r*g«, tnd 2 full loft In Fairvtow. —BY OWNER— Writ* Box 655, % R*gi«ter-M«ll O- Conn OPTOMETRIST formerly of Monmouth Now lo eared Room 407, Bondi Bldg. GaUsburg, III, PHONE 23604 CHESTER WHITE fcOAR & GILT SALE 25 BOAnA 2S GILTS MASON'S PUREBRED SALE PAVILLION ALEDO, ILLINOIS OCTOBER 27, 1953 Tues. Nile — 7:30 P.M. Boar* lo ault Iho broodtra and commercial hog ralaer*. GlUa suitable lor ioundatlon h«rd and 4-H prolocla. Nftw blood lor old customers. Bo with ua on sale nlghl. Visitors welcome. Cholera Immune Bangs Tested Write for a Catalog SHE HER & FUHR, JOY, ILLINOIS Enjoy COOKING lass Don't Dig Up Your Sow«r OTO-ROOTlft FOR CLOGGED A OUAINS PHONE 7789-6 NO ANSWER. CAU 5716-t LOW COST with Poultry A boiler year yound market for your farm produce. GALESBURG POULTRY & EGG CO. 340 S. Kellogg St Phone 3132-6, Galesburg, CUUING AND PICK-UP SERVICE ON VOUft FARM. RAPID GAS TK-c Preferred IP BOTTLED GAS SffiVfCF Your RAPID GAS ranflr* takes the drudgery out of cooking. Quick-heat action of RAPID GAS gives you faster cooking" at a lower coat . , . no fuel Is wasted. Enjoy new cooking pleasure with RAPID GAS Stop In today for demonstration. GALESBURG GAS SALES iauMQ 'ueiiBujg *3 *3 Main PWom 2211-6 HURRY! HURRY! CORN BORER CONTROL have Jusi received another shipment of those I. CASE FIELD SHREDDERS that everybody is talking about. Come and see them. Let us demonstrate and show you. GUY MEEKER SONS North Henderson, 111. • Owing to other business activities 1 wish to sell my fully equipped grocery store and meat market at 117 S, Main St., Abingdon, 111. before Nov. 1. All electrical fixtures are in A-l condition. $3500 cash for fixtures; invoice stock. Would consider livestock in trade. Call at store days or at residence, evenings. S. Jefferson FEY Abingdon, III. RAIN OR SHINE DON'T MISS THIS SALE Rallrotd Salvage Nationally Advertised Items Factory Outlets HOME FURNISHINGS — ALL NEW MERCHANDISE W1U be sold to the highest bidder tor Cash. Chrome Dinette Sets, Mattresses. Vacuum Cleaners (latest models), Husky AUoy Socket Wrench Sets, Zephyr H\% Electric saw (mirror finish), Electric Drills Vs" capacity with Jacobs chuck, White Utility House Paint, 8x12 Oriental Rugs, Table Lajnps, Beacon Wool Blankets, 53-pc. Stetson China Sets. Marv Proctor Ironing Boards, Hair Clippers, Table Cloths, Toasters, Waterless Cook Ware, 30-ft. Manila Lariat Rope (with Brass Honda), Saddles, Bridles, Horse Blankets, Stock Whips (by , T. Crump Co., Richmond, Va.), Never Rip Brand Tarpaulins, all sizes. FOR INSPECTION COME EARLY See and Hear the Lady Auctioneer! BOHART BOHART MERCHANDISE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS Sale Starts at 7:30 P. M. 2 Big Niiee FrL Oct. 23, Sat., Oct. 24 KNOXVILLE COMMUNITY SALE BARN KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS

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