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22 Galesbura Reflist<e,r-Mol!*J3Q.!!e$bura t ., 1,1.1. Monday, Septv 30, 1963 House Sold At Woodhull WOODHULL - Harry Aiider- son of Oneida has purchased the P. D. Kasparie tenant property in the east part of Woodhull. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wilson are building a house in the east part of town. A new Standard Oil station is being erected in the village on Illinois 17, east of the Cowser- Johnson Construction Corp. plant. The station is being built by John Cowser. Hospital Notes Mrs. Albert J. Swanson has returned to her home from a 2-week stay in the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cox in Moline, where she was convalescing from major surgery at the Moline Public Hospital. Mrs. Charles Heflin entered Moline Public Hospital Sept. 22 by ambulance. Mrs. Heflin suffered a stroke in her home Sept. 21. Mrs. Nellie Ulbery fell in the yard of her son-in-law and daughter's home and incurred a fractured left hip. She is a patient in the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Granddaughter Of Negro Slave Given Degree LINCOLN, 111. (UPI) - The granddaughter of a Negro slave who never got past fourth grade is now an honorary doctor. Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson was awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree Saturday by Lincoln College. The award was made "in recognition of her achievements in human dignity and greatness," President Raymond Dooley said. She received the degree with a proud smile and a dignified bow before a crowd of 300 persons, which included Gov. Otto Kerner, She later gave a public benefit concert in the school auditorium. Convention of 111. AFL-CIO To Hear King CHICAGO (UPI) - The annual convention of the Illinois AFL- CIO opened today with a speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. scheduled and a civil rights fight likely during the week. King, chairman of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, was scheduled to speak later in the week on equality in employment and the Negro rights movement. Delegates from union locals in Chicago indicated they will order resolutions over a wide area of civil rights, including some plans to give Negroes preferential treatment in certain hiring areas. The Illinois AFL-CIO passed a strong civil rights resolution several years ago calling for a committee to enforce civil rights in member unions. Nothing has been done to implement it. Market Reports Today Seven Boys Die When Car Dives Into River BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) -Seven youths were killed Sunday night when their speeding automobile failed to make a sharp curve on a park road and plunged into 20 feet of water in a channel of the Niagara River. Six of the victims were found Sunday night when the vehicle was dragged from the channel by a fire department tow truck. A seventh, who had been seen with the other boys earlier in the evening and was reported miss^ ing, was recovered from the channel early today by police and Coast Guard skin divers. A witness to the accident said the car was traveling at high speed when it missed the turn, Girl, 11, Shoots Father to Death During Sleep CHICAGO (UPI) - Police said today an 11-year old girl shot her father to death while he slept because she thought he was too strict. Sgt. Robert Leen said the girl, Renee Saunders, one of eight children, took a pistol and fired two shots into the temple of her father, Abdul Saunders, 32, shortly after he went to bed Saturday night. Police said the mother, Mrs. Lelia Saunders, 31, was away at a drug store, at the time. The girl remained quiet until she was questioned about the shooting. The mother told police her husband was a harsh disciplinarian and often beat the children, who range in age from 4 to 15, with the buckle end of a belt. Car Wins Out LONDON (UPI) — Edward Bailey, 29, was sentenced to six months in jail Saturday for set- ing fire to a car owned by his former fiance, Anne Serra, 18. He admitted he started the fire because he was jealous of the car. "He became madly jealous," Miss Serra said later, "and accused me of thinking more of the car than of him. Then came the final row — when I told him I did." READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Girl Drowns as Waves Wash Her Off of Shore CHICAGO (UPI) — The body of Jane Richards, 18, found wedged between some rocks after she apparently drowned in Lake Michigan, has been identified by her uncle, Frank Richards. Police said the girl was apparently swept into the lake by one of the 12 -foot waves that lashed the Chicago shoreline Saturday night. The suburban Chicago Heights girl and a friend, Karen Mueller, also 18, Flossmoor, came to the city to "see the night life" Saturday night, police said. The two were walking on a lakefront walk with the Adler Planetarium when one of the giant waves washed them into the lake. Miss Mueller was able to cling to a mooring mast, but another wave jerked Miss Richards loose, police said. New York Slocks NEW YORK (UPI)-Stock market midday prices: Admiral 21% Int T&T 50 Allegh Lud 401* Iowa P&L Alld Chem 50 3 /4 Johns-Man 48 V\ Alld Strs 52Vs Kennecott 77 Allis Chal 16% Kresge 26'/« Alum Ltd 25y 8 Kroger 29% Alcoa 65% Lib McN 113V4 Am Air 26% Lockhd 34% ABC Pmt 30 Mar Oil 55 Am Can 45% Maytag 38% Am Cyan 58% Min Hnywl 120 Am M&F 18% Minn Min 61% Am Mtrs 19% Monsanto 58'/ B Am T&T 127% Mont Ward 36% Am Tob 27V4 Morrell 24 Anaconda 48% Nat Bis 54Vi Armour 39% Nat Can 15% Atchison 28% Nat Dairy 64 Avco 24 Nat Gyps 46'A Bendix 4914 Nat Ld 74% Beth Stl 31% NYC 23% Boeing 33% No Amn 48'A Borden 64% Nor Pac 47% Borg War 48 Nor St Pwr 35 Case 9% Olin Math 41 Catplr 42% Outbd M 13% Celanese 49% Penney 21% Celotex 26% Penn RR 21% Cent Soya 27 Pepsi Cola 56% C&NW 28% Phil Pet 55 Chi RI ?8% Pure Oil 41% Chrysler 82% Qua Oats 68% Cities Svc 66% RCA 69% Coca Cola 102% Rep Stl 40% Colum Gas 2914 Revlon 42% Comm Ed 50% Rexall 36% Cons Ed 87 Reyn Tob 38% Cont Can 45% Safeway 58% Cont Oil 64% Schenley 21% Deere 62% Sears 99% Diana 9% Shell Oil 46% Douglas 21% Simmons 43 Dow Chem 58% Sinclair 45% Du Pont 246 So Pac 32% Eastman 112 Sperry 17% El Auto Li 24% Sq D 43 Erie 3% Std Bds 73% Firestone 36% SO Cal 64% Flintkt 21% SO Ind 62% Ford Mtrs 53% SO NJ 70% Fruehauf 28% SO Ohio 66% Gen Dyna 24% Stude Pack 7% Gen El 79% Swift 38% Gen Fds 86% Texaco 70% Gen Mtrs 76 Texas Inst 81% Gen Tel 27% Un Carb 107% Goodrich 53% Un El 26% Goodyear 39 Un Pac 38% Gt Nor 53% Unt Air L 36% Grant WT 25% Utd Corp 8% Greyhound 46% Utd Fruit 21% Gulf Oil 47% Utd Gas 38% Homestake 48% US Gyps 87% Hupp 8% US Play C 25% 111 Cent 50% US Rub 47% 111 Pwr 39% US Stl 53% Inland Stl 43% West Un 31% Int Harv 56% Wstghs Ab 28% Int Nick 63% Wstghs El 37% Int Paper 35 Woolworth 72% IBM 449% Yng S&T 119% Ambassador Returns WASHINGTON (UPI) - John Bartlow Martin, U.S. ambassador to the Dominican Republic, today was expected to begin giving his views to government officials on the military coup which ousted Dominican President Juan Bosch. Martin returned to Washington Sunday accompanied by the heads of the U.S. military and aid missions in Santo Domingo. The United States severed diplomatic relations with the new junta and suspended aid when military leaders seized power last week. City of Decatur Buys Hospital For Offices DECATUR, 111. (AP)—The purchase of the old St. Mary's Hospital for use as a City Hall has been announced by officials of Decatur. The older portions of the building will be razed. A five-story structure, built in 1938, will remain for use for all city offices. The old hospital is about four blocks from the downtown area. A new St. Mary's hospital was built three years ago on Lake Shore Drive near Lake Decatur. The city paid $75,000 to the Third Order of St. Francis nuns who operate St. Mary's. Remodeling and other costs are expected to bring the total for the City Hall to $350,000. EXECUTOR'S SALE 960 SOUTH CHAMBERS STREET GALESBURG, ILLINOIS Pursuant to Decree of the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, in Probate, the undersigned Executor will sell at public sale at the North front door of the Courthouse in Galesburg, Illinois, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1963 Sale commencing at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate; The North 4 rods of Lots 14, 15, and 16, in Block 75 in the Second Southern Addition to the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois. IMPROVEMENTS: The property is improved with a modern six room house located in a good residential neighborhood. TERMS OF SALE: Sale is to be made upon terms of 25% of the amount bid, cash in hand on day of sale with the balance of the purchase price to be paid on or before November 1, 1963, at which time possession will be given. Sale is to be made subject to the lien of the real estate taxes for the year 1963, but free and clear of all other liens and incumbrances. INSPECTION: Property will be open for inspection on Saturday, October 5, and Saturday, October 12, from 1:00 P.M. to 5.00 P.M. MYRTLE SOTTOS, Executor of the Will of William C. Holt, deceased. Nelson, Gustefson and Blake Attorney* for Executor 303 Hill Arcade Galesburg, Illinois Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. ft Q. Stockyard* Market steady with Friday. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $15-$15.25. Top, $15.50. Quotations: 200-230 $14.75-$15.50 230-260 $14.50-$15.40 260-300 $14.25-$15.00 Sows, 25 cents lower: 300-500 $11.75-$14.00 Bushnell Livestock Market is active. Top, $15.50; bulk 190-260 pounds, $15-$15.35; sows steady, bulking at $12.75$14.50; cattle, steady; lambs, lower. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 22,000; demand fair, butchers are steady to weak, spots 25 lower; sows mostly steady, instances 25 lower; 1-3 190-250 lb butchers 14.75-15.25; 1-2 200-230 lb 15.25-15.50; 2-3 250-280 lbs 14.00-14.75; 1-3 280-350 lbs sows 14.00-14.50; few 14.75; 1-3 350-400 lbs 13.00-14.00; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.00-13.00; 2-3 50060 lbs 11.00-12.00. Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts for Tuesday are 3,000 cattle 6,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP) — (USDA) Hogs 4,600; 1-2 195-230 lb butchers 15.50-15.75; mixed 1-3 190-250 lbs 15.25-15.50; 1-3 270-400 lb sows 14.00-14.75; 1-3 400-500 lbs 13.2514.00. Cattle 750; choice 900-1,150 lb slaughter steers 23.75-24.00; mixed good and choice 900-1,100 lbs 22.75-23.75; good 20.50-22.75; mixed good and choice 800-1,000 lb slaughter heifers 21.50-22.75; good 20.50-21.50; calves 15; good and choice 24.00-28.00. Sheep 250; choice 85-105 lb spring slaughter lambs 18.25-19.00; good 17.25-18.25; utility 15.50-17.25; 28 head prime 86 lbs 19.50; good slaughter ewes 4.00-4.50. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 8,000; butchers steady to 25 lower; 1-2 200-230 lb butchers 15.75-16.00, over 300 head at 16.00; mixed 1-3 190-250 lbs 15.25-15.75; bulk 190-240 lbs 15.50-15.75; 2-3 250-280 lbs 14.85-15.35; 280-300 lbs 14.50-14.85; mixed 1-3 280-300 lb sows 14.25-14.65; 300-400 lbs 13.7514.25; 2-3 400-500 lbs 13.25-14.00, mostly 13.25-13.75; 500-600 lbs 13.00-13.50. Cattle 12,500; calves none; slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 higher; load prime 1,175 lb slaughter steers 25.00; load lots mostly prime 1,175-1,275 lb slaughter steers 24.50-24.75; bulk high choice and prime 1,0751,300 lbs 23.75-24.25; choice 9001,250 lbs 23.25-24.00; bulk choice 1,250-1,350 lbs 22.25-23.50; load choice 1,600 lbs 20.00; good 900- FOR SALE ISO ACRES NEAR AVON 115 tillable with houie and adequate building*. Contact SCI l^?. I ,P En HIEL—Avon, or LEWIS HIEL—Bushnell STUMP CUTTING May coat lest than you think to get rid oi that umightly stump. ' Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-0814 Backyard Sale 822 E. South Tues., Oct. 1 — 9 to ? Nothing Sold Before 9 In ca»e o| rain, in basement. Drapes, coats, clothing, all sises and misc. items. 1,250 lbs 22.25-23.25; standard and low good 20.00-22.25; bulk choice 850-1,100 lb slaughter heifers 22.50-23.25; several loads mostly high choice with few prime 23.50; standard and low good 19.5021.50; utility and commercial cows 14.00-16.00. Sheep 800; few lots choice and prime 90-105 lb wooled slaughter lambs 19.50; good and choice 17.00-19.00 including double deck good and choice 83 lbs 19.00; cull and utility 13.00-16.00; cull to good slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00. TERMITES \ FHA Time Payment I Fret Inspection HANSEN LUMBER CO, 342-5185 SEED WHEAT SEED RY6 SWANSON SEED FARM RBI, Galesburg Phone 342-8239 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks lower in moderately active trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds firm in quiet trading. American stocks firm. Midwest stocks lower. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye, soybeans higher. Hogs steady to 25 lower, top 16.00; cattle steady to 25 higher, top 25.00; sheep steady to mostly 50 lower, top 19.50; dressed beef steady to 50 higher, top 42.50; dressed pork loins steady, top 44.00. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Produce: Live poultry heavy hens Wk- 18 Vz; special fed White Rock fryers 18-19; roasters 2.3-24. Cheese processed loaf 39V2-44; brick Swiss Grade A 50 -55 ;B 49-53. Butter steady to firm; 93 score 6OV2; 92 score 60%; 90 score 59Vfe; 89 score 58'/i. Eggs top firm, others mixed; white large extras 43; mixed large extras 41; mediums 33Vs; standards 34%. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI)—Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 732.02 off 5.96 20 rails 170.16 off 0.49 15 utils 139.71 off 0.72 65 stocks 259.22 off 1.64 Eggs and Poultry Knoxville Road, Galesburg Red Rowe, Hatchery Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7o The ghost of Catherine Howard is said to race screaming along the picture gallery of Hampton Court Palace as she seeks her husband, Henry VIII, to beg his mercy. WANTED DRY WALL TAPING Experienced Work PHONE 343-7448 VERY BIG Yard Sale 139S Moshier Ave. Tuesday It Wednesday—8 to ? Little Bit of Everything. Vacuum Cleaner, Tools, Furniture. tOTO-tOOTlfc FOR OGOED JEWERS A DRAINS Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342-6430 Galesburg Grain Market ConJfimers Grain ft Supply Co. Com (3-day del.) .'. $1.16 Corn (Dec. del.) $1.09 Oats 62c Soybeans $2.53 Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP) - The grain futures market surged higher on the Board of Trade today as traders took a new look at the possibility of the U.S. selling large amounts of grain to the Soviet Union. Feeling among the trade is that the U.S.-Soviet deal is assured and that President Kennedy will announce soon this country is ready to sell wheat to ease a crop shortage behind the Iron Curtain. Indications that Washington may act in the next day or so brought heavy demand for futures in all pits. Wheat moved up more than two cents a bushel soon after the opening bell. Rye advanced 5 to 6 cents and soybeans ranged from 2 to more than 5 cents higher Corn and oats followed the higher trend. Wheat was 2% to 3 7 /s cents a bushel higher, December $2.05%; corn V/z to 1 3 A cents higher, December $1.18%; oats 1 to lVscents higher, December 71 cents; rye 5% to 6 cents a bushel higher, De cember $1.53. Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP) — Expectations of a government decision favorable to sales of wheat to Russia firmed grain futures on the Board of Trade late today. Reports that the Kennedy ad ministration is about ready to announce a decision on a much dis cussed U.S.-Soviet deal for massive amounts of American grain brought increased demand for fu tures. The feeling generally among grain men is that the administra tion will favor selling grain to the Reds to ease a crop shortage in the Soviet Union. While the Russians have not made a formal of fer to buy U.S. wheat, it is believed they are awaiting Avord from Washington that the United States is interested in such a deal. Carlot receipts were estimated at: wheat 36, corn 232, oats 18, rye 6, barley 46 and soybeans 376. At the close wheat was 2 VB to to \ l k cents a bushel higher, De. cember $2.06Ms- 3 /4; corn was 2Vs to 2% cents higher, December $1.19%-%; oats V/s to 1% higher, MIXED HAY WANTED Call or see—Bill Bowen. eare CBfcO STOCKYARDS Werthelmer Cattle Co.. Inc.— Galesburg. IU.—Tel. 343-5412 YARD SALE 355 LOMBARD TUESDAY. OCT. 1—« to ?t All sices men's, women's, children's clothing; 2-pIece sofa; Guardian Service cookware; winter coats, toys, etc. Serving Coffee LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS HOBBY CRAFTS SLOAN'S DECOR CENTER 1058 E. LOSEY 343-4516 SPECIAL SALE Wednesday, October 2, 1963 These Stockers and Feeders are lower. We don't know what to expect for this SALE. Our customers don't know whether to sell now or wait until later. Some will be here. Others will wait for a later date. Could have anywhere from 200 to 500 YEARLINGS 200 to 400 COWS, Odd 200 to 400 CALVES Cattle & Slaughter Cattle Have one entire herd of ANGUS COWS and CALVES consisting of 68 cows, 68 calves and 3 bulls. These cows will all be Bangs and T.B. Tested before sale day. We will estimate 800 to 1200 cattle for this sale. At these prices it looks like a good time to buy. LINN COUNTY AUCTION CO. BROOKFIELD, MISSOURI — on 36 Highway ROYAL SEPTIC TANKS REINFORCED CONCRETE SEWAGE DISPOSAL WITHOUT SEWERS Manufactured by Galesburg Vault Co. 240 Weft Main Phone 342-241? Chicago Orflin CHICAGO (AP)High Low Wheat Dec Mar May Jul Sep Corn Dec Mar May Jul Oats Dec Mar May Jul Rye Dec Mar May Jul 2.07 2.02% 2. WA 2.06 2.03^ l.W* 1.65% 1.70 U7tt 1.02% 1.17% 1,24% 1.21% 1.25H 1.23 1.26% 1.23% .71V4 .70 .73V 4 ,72 </4 .73 VA .72 .69 ^4 .68 1.551 /4 1.50 1.58% 1.52 1.58 1.51 1.46 1.41 Soybeans Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug 2.741/4 2.661 /4 2.79 2.75% 2.82% 2.75V4 2.84'A 2.77 2.86 2.79 2.83 ^4 2.74V4 Rono* Prev. Close closrt 2.06% 2.02% 2.0814 1.04% 2.05 2.011/4 1.66% 1.64V4 1.68% 1.66% 1.19% 1.17% 1.23% 1.21% 1.24% I.22V2 1.26 1.231/4 .71V4 .69% .73V4 .71% .731/4 .71% .68% .67% 1.55% 1.47V4 1.58% 1.50% 1.57% 1.50% 1.45% 1.38 2.74% 2.65% 2.78% 2.70 2.82% 2.72% 2.84 2.75% 2.86 2.771/4 2.83V4 2.73% Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market decline deepened late this afternoon in moderately active trading. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.9 million shares compared with 4.38 million Friday. Losses by key issues ranged from fractions to a point or more. A fall of nearly five points by Du Pont dragged the averages down. Although the business background was favorable, some analysts felt that the market was due for a reaction after going to new highs recently. Steels, motors, utilities, nonferrous metals, rail and oils fell back. U.S. Steel and other major issues in the group took fractional setback. Ford was off a point and Chrysler a half point. U.S. Smelting, actively traded, recouped a loss of about a point and was ahead by near the same amount. Declining about a point were U.S. Rubbery, Polaroid, Xerox, Anaconda, American Cynamid, December 71 ] /8 -i /4 cents; rye 7 to WA cents higher, December $1.55%-% and soybeans were 8V4 to 9% cents a bushel higher. Nov- vember $2.74-74%. FOR RENT: 4 rooms upper and 4 rooms lower. Will rant together or separately. All modern, rent reasonable. Inquire 3S4 S. Kellogg Si. Garage Sale 1536 W. Loiey Monday Evening Tuesday All Day Extra Nice Winter Clothes, All Sises. Storm Doors. Some Furniture. Misc. Items. SOYBEAN STORAGE available at CAMERON and BERKWICK WAREHOUSE Receipts issued. CONTACT WAYNE GLASS Phone 51 on 6 Cameron CAMERON and BERWICK GRAIN STORAGE Cameron, Illinois m. m. m. m, m. m. m. m. m. Tmmpomtion Departure* Effective April » ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TtMK Burlington, fcMIMuM. B Fast Mall $0 AkSarBen 10 Denver Zephyr ^ 3 to Omaha J -JMo™ — 1:15 85 to Kansas City — *J-»g 7 to Denver 35 to Kansas City --.—3*0 U to Omaha, Lincoln *-»!«> 17 to California "$2 1 to Denver —------— i Santa r», EMtbound 20 Chief J;* 0 . 16 Texas Chief ——8*0 18 Super Chief- El Capltan* ~—~}}*f> 2 S.F. Chief* .11:45 124 Grand Canyon ——.-2:20 12 Chicagoan —- — ----Santa Fa, Westbound 9 K. O. Chi«* -2-39 19 Chief . . 12:65 12C Grand Canyon ——3:20 1 S.F. Chief* 15 Texas Chief .9'.58 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* —_.10:25 p. m. •—Flagstop Oi«rk Northbound Flight . „ n , 140 to Chicago* 9 :06 906 to Chicago'* — 4:45 690 to Chicago*** 6:39 Ozark. Southbound 141 to St. Louis** 8:59 691 to St. Louis*** 8:44 •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday "•—Saturday only •••—Saturday only •< US SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast . 8:30 «. To West Coast -.__.-l-.20 p. To West Coast —.9:45 p. Easlbound To East Coast 11:55 p. To East Coast ., , „ • 8 *10 D To Peoria 1:20 p. To Peoria 8:25 p. Southbound To St. Louis 10:00 a. Northbound To Davenport 9:20 p. a. a. a P p P p a. a. a. a. P p a. P P P p m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. a. PP- a. P. m. m. m. m. m. m. TO. m, m. m. m. m. m. Chicago Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 1 red 2.08Vfe. Corn No 4 yellow 1.25; sample grade yellow 1.27-28%. No oats sales. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2.72; sample grade yellow 2.65%. Soybean oil 9 n. Control Data, Standard Oil (New Jersey), Standard Oil (Indiana) and Merck. Chrysler and Sperry Rand appeared for top spots among the day's most active issues. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were irregularly lower in moderately active trading. U.S. government bonds were steady and corporates were mixed. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insurad — Fraa Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 1-2101 Cllson. 111. Galesburg. IU. — 342-6234 BACKYARD APPLE SALE BEGINNING TUESDAY, OCT. 1 10-Lbs. 50c — $1.50 Bushal BRING CONTAINERS Also Antique picture frames, records, books, etc. 848 E. MAIN Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must b« in our office 12 noon day beforo ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail Try Abingdon's New CREEPER and FEEDER RATIONS with Aureo SP 250 Tests Show 87% Faster Gains in young pigs. Exceptional Control of Scours and Rhinitis. Aureoniycin. Sulfa and Penicillin are today's most powerful weapons against disease. THESE ADVANTAGES ARE YOURS WITH ABINGDON FEEDS ABINGDON MILLING CO. Phone 89 Per Annum Payable Semi-Annvaliy Investments by the 15th lorn from the First with Insured Safety 250 EAST MAIN 5T.

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