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40 Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III, Sentence Is Changed; Man Sent to Farm Instead of spending approximately 67% days in the county jail laying out a total of $337.30 in fine and costs, assessed Monday in Knox County Court, Edward M. Burns, 52, of the Plaza Hotel will spend one year, less time off for good behavior, at the Illinois State Farm, Vandalia. After pleading guilty Monday to a charge of driving while intoxicated, Burns told Judge Daniel J. Roberts that he previously had not been convicted of a DWI count and also that his driver's license was at the county jail. Later, it was disclosed that a conviction on a drunk driving charge was entered last September against Burns in court here and that his license was revoked. This morning, Jack R. Kirkpatrick, assistant state's attorney made a motion to vacate the judgment entered Monday. This was granted and a new hearing was conducted, with the judge then sentencing Bums to a year at the state farm. Also Goes to Farm Also drawing a year at Vandalia was James B. Jackson, 23, of Sheffield, whose request for probation was denied on recommendation by Sheriff Max E. Jones, to whom it had been referred. Probation for one year was granted Paul West Rossman, 65, who listed Broadview Hotel as his address. He previously pleaded guilty and the sheriff recommended that probation be granted. He was ordered to make restitution for a $31.15 check he cashed and which had been given in payment for stainless steelwarei which was not delivered. He also was told to make good on other transactions including gifts to holders of parties in connection with the display and sale of his items. A plea of not guilty to each of two charges, driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident, was entered by Everett C. Anderson, 59, of 1046 E. Fremont St. He was released on bond as his case was continued to Oct. 7 for trial. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP)-Steels and 1 motors paced a vigorous stock market rise late this afternoon in one of the heaviest volume days of the year. Volume for the day was estimated at 6.5 million shares compared with 5.32 million Tuesday. The list seemed definitely headed toward another record high as the ticker tape ran late and prices rose on expectations of tax reduction and recognition of higher retail sales, price increases and other bullish factors. Gains of most key stock ranged from fractions to about a point, but Du Pont made a 3-point jump. General Motors, up a point, touched another historic high. Ford, up a point, and Chrysler, ahead more than that, also touched highs for the year. First hour volume on the New York Stock Exchange, originally reported as the highest in 30 years by the exchange, actually was the highest in 26 years. Trading, though still vigorous, slackened from the early rate as the session wore on. Steels were ahead only by fractions. Early strength by rails began to falter and the list showed a mixed appearance. Sterling Drug spurted about 4, Electronic Associates 3 or so. Up 2 or better were Polaroid, IBM and Xerox. Prices on the American Stock Exchange also advanced. U.S. government bond prices edged upward. Corporate prices were mixed. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) -Stock market midday prices: Admiral 22% Int T&T 52% Aldens 22% Iowa P&L Allegh Lud 41% Johns-Man 49 Alld Chem 52 7 / 8 Kcnnecott 76% Dave Loring Heads for Convention Dave Loring, news director at radio station WGIL, will leave tonight for Minneapolis, Minn., for the National Radio-Television News Directors Assn. convention. This will be the seventh such convention he has attended. Chief speaker Saturday will be Robert S. Hurleigh, president of the Mutual Broadcasting System, with whom WGIL is affiliated. Workshops for the directors will be designed to provide ideas on how to improve the news coverage of their respective stations. Loring said one topic sounds interesting to him: "How Deadly Are Deadlines." He said the director of the psychiatric division at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., will discuss the emotional problems of newsmen caused by the daily stress of deadlines. Loring will fly to Minneapolis and will attend the breakfast Saturday morning hosted by Hurleigh for all directors whose stations are connected with Mutual. He will then attend the workshops at the Radisson Hotel. Beginning Sunday he plans to begin a week's vacation by watching the baseball game between the New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins. Then he will travel to the Black Hills, S.D., for the remainder of the vacation. Mrs. Michelson Appointed as AFS President Mrs. Werner Michelson was appointed president of the Galesburg chapter of the American Field Service at a meeting Tuesday. She replaced Mrs. Dale Sward who resigned due to conflicting schedules. The new president will serve the remainder of Mrs. Sward's term. AFS members were informed at the meeting that Carol Wicks, an exchange student from Galesburg who spent the summer in Finland, arrived home Tuesday. She started her senior year at Galesburg High School today. Carol is the first Galesburg student to be selected by the AFS headquarters ip New York to spend a summer abroad. Applications are being accepted fpr next year 's Americans Abroad Program, sponsored by the AFS. A tocal committee will narrow the U&t of applicants to four, and the nlioftal headquarters wUl make § find selection. The group pays Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Produce: Live poultry heavy hens WA; barred rock fryers 21; special fed White Rock fryers 18%-20; roasters 23-24. Cheese processed loaf 39V2-44; brick 39V2-43'/£; Swiss Grade A 5055; B 49-53. Butter steady; 93 score 58; 92 score 58; 90 score 57; 89 score 55M>. Eggs white large extras 40; mixed large extras 38Vz-39; mediums 36; standards 34^. Market Reports Today Alld Strs 52% Allis Chal 17V 8 Alum Ltd 24% Alcoa 62% Am Air 29 ABC Pmt 35'/4 Am Can 46'/ 8 Am Cyan 61'^ Am M&F 20'/ 8 Am Mtrs 19% Am T&T 124% Am Tob 28% Anaconda 52 1 /s Armour 41% Atchison 29'A Avco 27 Bendix 52'/« Beth Stl 33 VB Boeing 35% Borden 64% Borg War 48% Case lO'/s Catplr 44'/a Celancse 55% Cent Soya 27": C&NW 30% Chi RI 25% Chrysler 74 MJ Cities Svc 67 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in active trading. Bonds mixed. U.S. government bonds firm in quiet trading. American stocks irregular. Midwest stocks higher. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans lower. Hogs steady to 25 lower, top 16.50; cattle steady to 25 lower, top 25.35; sheep steady, top 21.00; dressed beef steady to 25 lower, top 43.75; dressed pork loins 50 to 1.00 lower, top 48.00. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI)—Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 743.17 up 5.74 20 rails 173.11 up 1.02 15 utils 143.79 up 0.12 65 stocks 264.00 up 1.57 The Americna Bowling Congress figures its members knock down nearly 80 billion pins each league season. expenses to selected students, according to needs. BACKYARD SALE 1490 MONROE ST. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th 9 A.M. Jo 4 P.M. Lois of nice clothing and miscellaneous. In case oi rain — in basement. 1961 LAMBRETTI MOTOR SCOOTER Fully equipped, windshield, spare lire, passenger seat. OLIN & SWANSON Phone 734-2614, Monmouth LARGE BACKYARD SALE 785 N. SEMINARY THIRSDAY and FRIDAY Sept. 12-13 — 9 to 5 In case oi Rain Sale will be in Basement. BIG BACKYARD SALE 789 Lincoln St. Thurs., Sept. 12—8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Rain Date Fii., Sept. 13th Clothing, dishes, small tools, doll clothes ic misc. items. Not Responsible for Accidents. Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc Must be in our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail Krcsgc 23% Kroger 29% Lib McN 14 Lockhd 37M> Mar Oil 58% Min Hnywl 119V4s Minn Min 64 7 / 8 Monsanto 57V4 Me. 'ard 39 '/4 Morrell 24% Nat Bis 56'/« Nat Can 17'/ z Nat Dairy 66 Nat Gyps 46'A Nat Ld NYC 22% No Amn 53 7 /s Nor Pac 46% Nor St Pwr 36V 2 Olin Math 42 Outbd M 12'/ B Pac Tel 33% Penney 45% Penn RR 20% Pepsi Cola 50>/ 2 Phil Pet 55>/ c Piper Air 32 Pure Oil 45'A Qua Oats 71 >/4 Coca Cola lOlVz RCA 75>A Colum Gas 29% Rep Stl 43% Comm Ed 53% Cons Ed 08% Cont Can 46'/ 4 Cont Oil 65y 8 Deere 65% Douglas 23 Dow Chem 59% Du Pont 248% Eastman 111% El Auto Li 26% Erie 3 ] A Firestone 36% Flintkt 22M: Ford Mtrs 58% Friden 45 Fruehauf 29% Gen Dyna 25% Gen El 82V 4 Gen Fds 89 1 /!, Gen Mtrs 79Vi Gen Tel 28% Goodrich 54% Goodyear 38% Grant WT 26% Gt Nor 53% Revlon 45% Rexall 39Vs Reyn Tob 40"A Safeway 63'A Schenley 21% Sears 98 Shell Oil 48% Simmons 42V 2 Sinclair 48 J /s So Pac 35% Sperry 14% Std Bds 73% SO Cal 67'A SO Ind 64% SO NJ 70% SO Ohio 65 Stude 7% Swift 39% Texaco 72*4 Texas Inst 93% Un Carb 109V4 Un El 28% Un Pac 39'/^ Unt Air L 39% Utd Corp 8% Greyhound 43 J /4 Utd Fruit 24% Gulf Oil 50% Utd Gas 39y 8 Homestake 51% US Gyps 86 Hupp 8 111 Cent 53V 4 111 Pwr 41 Inland Stl 4614 IBM 459 Int Harv 57% Int Nick 65% Int Paper 34% US Play C 25% US Rub 49% US Stl 56% West Un 32V 2 Wstghs Ab 29V4 Wstghs El 37% Wool worth 73 Yng S&T 119% READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! PATIO SALE THURSDAY, Sept. 12th 939 SO. WHITESBORO 8 A.M. 'til 6 P.M. Good clothing for all the family. Misc. Rain Dale—Next day. COAL - COAL Order your winter's supply of coal now. Prices advance Sept. 15th. Prompt courteous service. Phone 343-9036 WEST MAIN COAL YARD 476 W. Main St. ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING WAYNE WEBSTER Contractor PUONE 343-1720 COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimate! POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 6-2103 Cilson, III. Galesburg, 111. — 342-6234 *4jfO-R06Tlft FOR CLOGGID •VbRAl Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342-6430 Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyerl C. B. A Q. Stockyards Market steady to strong. Bulk lower; lambs, steady. $15.75. Top, $16. Quotations: 200-240 $15.25-$16.0O 240-260 $15.20-$15.90 260-300 $14.75-$15.70 Sows: 300-500 $12.50-$14.75 Bushnell Livestock Market is active. Top, $16; mixed 200-260 pounds, $15.50$15.75; sows steady to 25 cents higher, bulking at $13-$15; cattle, of eastern shipping hogs, $15.50- Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts for Thursday are 800 cattle, 6,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 24,000; butchers steady to 25 higher; 1-3 190-250 lb butchers 15.2515.75; 1-2 200-230 lbs 15.75-16.25; few Is 203-220 lbs 16.35; 1-3 280350 lb sows 14.00-14.75; 1-3 350-400 lbs 13.00-14.00 ; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.00-13.00 ; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.012.00. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (UPD-Livestock: Hogs 5,500; under 240 lb steady to 25 lower, 240 lb and up steady; mostly No 1-2 200-240 lb 16.25-16.35; nearly 230 head at 16.35; 135 head at 16.40; 25 head at 16.50; mixed No 1-3 200-260 lb 16.00-16.25; 175-200 lb 15.50-1600. Cattle 13,000 no calves; slaughter steers steady to 25 lower; heifers steady to fully 25 lower; 2 loads prime 1115-1183 lb slaughter steers 25.35; bulk high choice and prime 1055-1300 lb 24.50-25.25; bulk choice 900-1250 lb 24.00-24.75; comparable grade 1250 - 1350 lb 23.00-24.00; good 900-1250 lb 22.2523.50; load high choice to mostly prime 975 lb heifers 24.25; couple loads high choice and prime 950-1000 lb 24.00; bulk choice 850-1050 lb 22.75-23.75; good 21.7522.50. Sheep 300; small supply mostly steady on spring slaughter lambs; few lots choice and prime 900-1010 Backyard Sale 889 W. NORTH THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 9:30 to 3 DRIVEWAY SALE 955 HARRISON Thursday, September 12 9 A.M. 'till 5 P.M. Clothing and knlck knacks. Large mirror and car rack. STUMP CUTTING to aT « c . 0, i MleM . ^ » ou lhln * •lump. unsightly Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-0811 MIXED HAY WANTED S?"... 0 ^ BUI Bowen, care Wsrihelmer Cattle Co.. Inc.— CB&Q STOCKYARDS Galesburg, 111.—Tel. 343-5812 WANTED TO RENT FOR '64 Farm of 200 acres or mora, plenty of equipment. References. Lifetime experience, present farm Bold. Lived on previous farm 16 years. Box 71. Bushnell, 111. BIG BASEMENT SALE 42 LOCUST ST. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 This one is different — Don't Miss It. 1953 FORD Lawnmower, dishes, Jewelry, Old phonograph records, odds and ends. LOTS OF ANTIQUES 8 A.M. to S P.M. No Sales Before or After. Not Responsible for Accidents. PUBLIC AUCTION 113 CALIFORNIA AVE., EAST GALESBURG Go to the top of South Brick Yard H1U, first Street West. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 ~- 1:30 P.M. Sharp Leaving for service will sell our good clean furniture as follows: 2-pc. brown 2-cushion modern living room suite; "Admiral" 21" table model TV set; gold hi-fi stand and record holder; 2 nice red plastic rocking chairs; nice bar with sheifs for glasses and bottles; big lieu, ft. refrigerator; 36" gas range; cabinet base; nice dining table, buffet and chairs; metal dresser; bed complete; Kenmore automatic washer; glass door cabinet; wood dresser; Coronado console 21" TV, real good, 2 yrs. old; stereo hi-fi record player, 4-speeds; yard, garden tools; buttons; jewelry; enamelware; woodware; dishes; rock collection; doctor book dated 1880; small appliances; dishes; articles too numerous to mention. We will also have some good consigned articles on this sale. GARY G. MOORE, Owner CECIL R. MOORE, Auctioneer — Ph. 343-3973 TERMS — CASH Not Responsible for Accidents If you need some good clean furnUure attend this Auction •»> Always call "CECIL R. MOORE" for your Auctions. lb spring slaughter lambs 21.00; good and choice 80-100 lb 18.0020.00. Peorio Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP)-(USDA)Hogs 3,000; 1-2 200-230 lb butchers 16.00-16.25; mixed 1-3 190-280 lbs 15.50-16.00; 1-3 260-370 lb sows 14.25-15.25. Cattle 500; choice 900-1,000 lb slaughter steers 23.75-24.00; mixed good and choice 900-1,200 lbs 22.7523.75; choice 900-1,050 lb slaughter heifers 22.75-23.25; mixed good and choice 800-1,050 lbs 21.2522.75; calves 15; prime vealers 28.00-29.00; good and choice 24.0028.00. Sheep 350; prime 90-100 lb spring lambs 19.50-20.00; choice 90-100 lbs 18.50-19.00; utility and good slaughter ewes 3.00-5.00. Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP) — Prices in the grain futures market were generally narrowly mixed today although soybeans showed some firmness on a government crop report. Soybeans moved up well over 2 cents a bushel in spots at the start of trading but the bulge met resistance and prices of most deliveries soon backed down about a cent. New crop corn months also came under light selling pressure after the broad advances of the previous session but the September contract turned strong on active demand. Buying of September wheat slackened somewhat after seven consecutive advances. Wheat was V\ cent a bushel lower to % higher, September $1.86; corn % higher to % lower, September $1.25y 8 ; oats Vs to Ms lower, September 65 ] /4 cents; rye V\ higher to Vi lower, September $1.33 7 / 8 ; soybeans VA to 1-14 higher, September $2.57. ANTIQUE SALE SATURDAY, Sept. 14, 1963 Starting at 10:00 A.M. 1210 South Main, Monmouth, 111. ELZA KERSEY, OWNER Louis Simpson, Auctioneer Phone: Alexis, 482-3266 Backyard Sale 317 E. FOURTH ST. THURS.. Sept. 12—9 to 5 Nice Clothes, Toys and Misc. Rain Dale—Friday, Sept. 13 TRENCHING WITH DITCH WITCH Water, tile, and footings. Also pipe, hydrants and fittings. Reasonable Rates. DEAN STANLEY 440 Pine St. — Phone 343-2315 WANTED Experienced man for year around farm work. References required. ART WOLFORD Abingdon Phone SI or 6124 BLACK DIRT And FILL DIRT NOW HAULING DEWAYNE JOHNSON 342-0816 Wanted to Buy 80 to 120 ACRE FARM Modern in vicinity North to Northeast of Galesburg to Galva. Call 343-6907 or Webster 2-268E. Garage Sale 1018 E. SOUTH THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 9 to 5 Galesburg Grain Market Consumers Grain ft Supply Co. 12:3$ P. M. Corn (old) $1.18 Corn (new) $1.03 Oats ... 61c Soybeans (new) $2.38 Deforest Feed A Seed Co. Wheat $1.81 Corn $1.17 Oats 62c Soybeans (new) $2.41 Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP)-The grain futures market was generally firm most of the time today with new crop corn and oats showing a little weakness at times on the Board of Trade. Speculative buying on the government's new crop report boosted soybeans well ahead despite profit cashing. In the early afternoon, some deliveries held advances of around three cents. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 8 cars, corn 99, oats 3, rye none, barley 4, soybeans 3. Wheat was 1 cent a bushel higher to Vs lower at the close, September $1.86%- :, /4; corn 1% higher to Vi lower, September $.25 7 /s; oats 3 /4- 5 /8 lower, September 65Va cents; rye % higher to Vs lower, September $1.34V4-M!; soybeans 2!4-3% higher, September $2.58% READ THE WANT ADS! Backyard Sale THURS., SEPT. 12 - 9 'til ? 266 Division St. Ironer, clothing, and misc. items. Corn Drying and Storage Available Warehouse receipts issued CONTACT WAYNE GLAS Phone 51 on 6, Cameron CAMERON and BERWICK GRAIN STORAGE Cameron, III. BIG Backyard Sale 42 MADISON ST. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 8 to ?? Shoe roller skates and case, baton boots, all like new. Children's, ladles' and men's good clean clothes. Priced low. Furniture, lamps, fishing tackle and many other miscellaneous items. 80ME ANTIQUES Rain or Shine Big Yard Sale 723 WARREN ST. (Cor. Warren «c Pearl) FRIDAY, Sept. 13th 9 to 6 P.M. SATURDAY, Sept. 14th 9 to ?? Rain Date: Friday St Saturday. Sept. 20th and 21st Bedroom suite, excellent condition; Coronado wringer type washing machine, good condition; little boy's, men's, women's clothing and shoes; rug, knickknacks, dishes, glasses, miscellaneous. Not Responsible for Accidents POWER^TOOLS Do-it-yourself projects ore just o snap with "SKIL" Power Tools os o partner. See these on display ot our showroom* • VA" and V%" Drills • Power Sows • Grinders • Sanders • Jig Saws • Grass Shears • Trimmers COMPANY 1000 Monmouth Blvd. Galesburg, III. 3424813 1.87% 1.85V4 1.91% 1.89% 1.93% 1.91% 1.88 1.86% 1.59 1.58% 1.60% 1.60'^ 1.60V4 1.60% Chicago Groin CHICAGO (AP)High Low Wheat Sep Dec Mar May Jul 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mar May Jul Oats Sep Dec Mar May Rye Sep Kongo Prev. Close close 1 .86% 1.86V4 1.91 1.90% 1.93 1.92 1.87% 1.87 1 .58V2 1.58% Dec Mar May Jul Soybeans 1.26% 1.24% 1.13% 1.12% 1.16% 1.15% 1.18% 1.17% 1.20% 1.19% .65% .65% .68% .68 .70% .70 .70% .69% 1.34% 1.33% 1.39% 1.38 1.41 1.39% 1.40% 1.38% 1.33% 1.32% 1.25% 1.13% 1.16% 1.18% 1.20% 1.24% 1.13% 1.16% 1.18% 1.20% .65% .65% .68 .68% .70 .70% .70 .70% 1.34% 1.33% 1.38% 1.38% 1.39% 1.39% 1.38% 1.38% 1.33 1.33% Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug 2.59 2.56% 2.58 2.55% 2.61% 2.59% 2.64% 2.62% 2.67% 2.64% 2.68% 2.65% 2.65% 2.64 2.58% 2.57% 2.61% 2.64% 2.67% 2.68% 2.65% 2.55% 2.54% 2.58% 2.61% 2.64 2.65% 2.63% WHITE ELEPHANT SALE BENEFIT FOR KNOXVILLE FIRE DEPT. SAT., Sept. 14 1:30 p.m. 'til ?? Across the street from the Fire Station in Knoxville. Donations of any kind will be appreciated. Contact any Fireman of the Knoxville Fire Dept. LOTS OF ITEMS ON SALE! Chicotjo Cosh drain CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat of soybean sales. Corn No 1 yellow 1.35; No 2 yellow 1.35; No 4 yellow 1.32%; sample grade yellow 1.29. Oats No 1 extra heavy mixed 70%. Soybean oil 8n. Eggs and Poultry Red Rowfi, Hatchery Knoxvtlle Road, Galesburg Large clean Eggs ....22c Under grade Eggs ...16C Leghorn Hens * 3c Heavy Hens 70 St. Louis University has played in every final of the NCAA soccer championships since the tournament was inaugurated in 1959. The Billikens have won 7 the title three times. Rogers Hornsby's 42 home runs hit for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1922 is still a record for National League second basemen. For Canning or Freezing ELBERTA PEACHES STANLEY PRUNES BARTLETT PEARS CRAB APPLES WEALTHY APPLES Bring Containers WILKINS MARKET 1060 N. HENDERSON PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming, I will sell at the farm located 2 miles West of Oneida, Illinois and 2 miles North; or 4 1 A miles South of Woodhull, Illinois and 2 miles East, on Thurs., Sept. 19, 1963 STARTING AT 1:00 O'CLOCK FARM MACHINERY 1953 International "Super M" Tractor, In perfect condition; 1946 International "Mcdel H" Tractor, recently overhauled with 2-row cultivator; International "2M" Corn Picker, used on only 60 acres; John Deere 11-ft. Wheel Disk, like new; John Deere "Model 44" 2-bottom 16-inch Plow, on rubber; John Deere "Model 290" Corn Planter with dry fertilizer attachments on rubber; Dunham 8-Ft. Cultimulcher; John Deere "Model 5" Tractor Mower; New Idea "Model 12" Manure Spreader; International Endgate Seeder; New Idea 44-ft. Elevator with hoist and speedjack; Caswell Manure Loader; 2—Flare Box Wagons on rubber, 1 wood and 1 steel; High Wheeled Wagon and Box in good condition; Kewanee 4-Section Harrow with folding draw­ bar; 2-Row Rotary Hoe; Side Rake on steel; Dump Rake; 2-Section Harrow; International 2-Row Rotary Hoe; 250-Gallon Overhead Gas Tank on Stand: International 2-Bottom 14-Inch Plow on steel; Avery Tandem 8-Ft. Disk; Peoria 36-Ft. Elevator with Hoist; International Hammermill; Hay Rope; Hay Fork; Hay Rack on steel; 350-Gallon Water Tank on Steel; Feed Bunk; Hog Oiler; 32-Ft. Extension ladder; 20-Ft. Ladder; Hog Troughs; Chicken Equipment; Good Light Rope Block and Tackle; Good Heavy Rope Block and Tackle; Good Woven Wire Stretcher; 8x10 Brooder House in good condition. MANY OTHER SMALL ITEMS GARAGE Good Single Garage to be moved—10x20. TRUCK 1949 CHEVROLET PICKUP TRUCK, %-Ton, Grain Box and Stock Rack. Recently overhauled and in good condition. TERMS: CASH LUNCH ON GROUNDS WILL RICE, Owner ROLLAND LINDSEY and ROBERT LINDSEY, Auctioneers ANDERSON STATE BANK and DALE NELSON, Clerks Not Responsible for Accidents Galesburg Livestock Sales Company E. Fremont Road Regular Weekly Auction Starting at 9:30 A.M. on Fat Cattle 12:39 P.M. on Hogs and Stock Cattle ADVANCED LISTINGS FOR SEPTEMBER 13 25 Angus native steers, weight about 800 lbs. 10 native steers and heifers, weight about 700 lbs. 55 fancy Hereford heifers sorted in load lots, weight about 475 30 medium Hereford heifers, weight about 625 lbs, 26 Angus yearlings, weight 650 lbs. 45 choice Hereford heifers, weight about 600 lbs. Sorted in load lots. 45 good to choice Hereford yearlings, weight about 650 lbs. 550 hogs from one consigner that is dissolving partnership and selling the hog operation that has been producing 2,500 hogs a year including 26 choice fourth litter hybrid sows bred to likes hybrid boar to farrow this month. 20 choice fourth litter hybrid sows bred to like hybrid boar to farrow in November. 18 choice second litter hybrid sows have been bred two weeks. 39 wet sows pigs just weaned off. 300 choice hybrid shoats weighing from 80 to 110 lbs. 130 choice hybrid pigs weight about 50 lbs. 4 choice like hybrid boars. 29 Yorkshire pigs weight about 35 lbs. 400 good to choice yearling steers to arrive Friday or Saturday for private sale, weighing about 600 to 700 lbs. Will Have More Friday Lindsey Bros, and Lowell Buck, Auctioneers Galesburg Livestock Sales Company E. Fremont Road Phone 842-141$

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