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Gotesbu f g Register* Ma 11, Golesbu ra, III. Wednesday, Oct, 1, 1963 J9, Now York Stock* NEW YORK (Ufi)-Stock market midday prices: Admiral 42% Iowa P&L 57% Aldens 23 Johns-Man 48 Allegh Lud 40% Kennecott 77% Alld Chem SI Kresge Wk Alld Strs 53 Kroger 29% Allis Chal 16% Lib McN 15% Alum Ltd 26<A Lockhd 35'A Alcoa 66V4 Mar Oil 55 Am Air 27% Maytag 38% ABC Pmt 30V4 Min Hnywl 120 Am Can 45% Minn Min 61% Am Cyan 58V« Monsanto 58% Am M&F 18% Mont Ward 36% Am Mtrs 20 , Morrell 24% Am T&T 129% Nat Bis 54% ' Am Tob 27% Nat Can 15% . Anaconda 49 Nat Dairy 63%. Armour 39% Nat Gyps 47% Atchison 28% Nat Ld Avco 24 NYC 21% Bendix 49 No Amn 49% Beth Stl 31% Nor Pac 48% Boeing 34% Nor St Pwr 34% Borden 65% Olin Math 41% Borg War 48% Outbd M 13% Case 9% Pac Tel 32% Catplr 42* Penney 44% Celanese 50% Penn RR 20% Celotex 26% Pepsi Cola 56% C&NW 28% Phil Pet 54% Chi RI 28% Piper Air 30% Chrysler 83% Pure Oil 41% Cities Svc 66% Qua Oats 66 Coca Cola 105 RCA 70% Colum Gas 28% Rep Stl 41% Comm Ed 51% Revlon 42% Cons Ed 86% Rexall 36% Cont Can 45% Reyn Tob 38% Cont Oil 64 Safeway 60% Deere 62% Schenley 21% Diana 9% Sears 99% Douglas 21 Shell Oil 45% Dow Chem 58% Simmons 42% Du Pont 244 Sinclair 45% Eastman 112 So Pac 32% El Auto Li 24% Sperry 17% Erie 3% Sq D 43% Firestone 36% Std Bds 73% Flintkt 21% SO Cal 64% Ford Mtrs 54% SO Ind 61% Friden 44% SO NJ 70 Fruehauf 28% SO Ohio 66% Gen Dyna 24% Stude 7% Gen El 79% Swift 39 Gen Fds 86% Texaco 69% Gen Mtrs 77% Texas Inst 81% Gen Tel 27% Un Carb 106% Goodrich 54% Un El 26% Goodyear 40% Un Pac 39% Grant WT 25% Unt Air L 36% Gt Nor 54% Utd Corp 8% Greyhound 46% Utd Fruit 21% Gulf Oil 49 Utd Gas 37% Homcstake 47% US Gyps 87% Hupp 8 US Play C 25% 111 Pwr 39% US Rub 47% Inland Stl 43 US Stl 53% IBM 449 West Un 32% Int Harv-56 Wstghs El 38% Int Nick 62 Woolworth 74 Int Paper 35% Yng S&T 119% Int T&T 51 Chester White BOAR and GILT SALE MONDAY, OCTOBER 7th t P.M. HEMPHILL * HARDIN 1 Mi. South of Orion, Illinois Backyard Sale 109 LINCOLN ST. 9 A.M. till S P.M. Woman'i, children's and men's clothing; bathlnelte and maternity wear. Miscellaneous. AMONDATA CLUB Garage Sale 3363 Windsor (Lincolnshire) THURSDAY. OCT. 3 — 9 to 5 To be held rain or shine Proceeds Donated To Welfare Projects Ooltiburf H «f Mdttftf Gatetbttrg Order Bayers C. B. k 4. StAckyftrib Market 10-25 cents higher. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $15,15$15:40. Top, $15.65. Quotations; JMO-230 :$14.90-$1S.6S 230-260 $14.65-$15.60 260-300 $14.25-$15.15 Sows: 300-500 $12.00-$14.25 Buthnoll Livestock Market is active. Top $15.75; 195-260 pounds, $15.25-$15.60; 260300, $14.75-$15.25;. sows steady, bulking at $12.75-$14.50; cattle strong; lambs, steady. Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts for Thursday are 800 cattle 5,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 26,000; demand good, butchers and sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 190-240 lb butchers 15.00-15.50; 13 240-270 lbs 14.50-15.00; 1-3 280350 lb sows 14.00-14.50, few 14.75; 1-3 350-400 lbs 13.00-14.00 ; 2-3 400500 lbs 12.00-13.00; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.00-12.00. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP) - (USDA) — Hogs 3.550; moderately active, butchers steady to strong; sows steady; 1-2 200-230 lb butchers 15.75-16.00; mixed 1-3 190-250 lbs 15.50-15.75 ; 2-3 245-290 lbs 15.2515.50; 290-325 lbs 15.00-15.25; 1-3 260-400 lb sows 14.00-14.75 ; 2-3 400550 lbs 13.25-14.00; 2-3 550-600 lbs 13.00-13.25. Cattle 350; active, slaughter steers and heifers strong to 25 higher; choice 800-1,200 lb slaughter steers 23.75-24.00; mixed good and choice 900-1,150 lbs 23.0023.75; good 20.i5-23.00; choice 8501,000 lb slaughter heifers 22.7523.00; mixed good and choice 8001,000 lbs 21.75-22.75; good 20.7521.75; calves 8; moderately active, insufficient volume to establish a market trend; good and choice 24.00-27.00. Sheep 530; moderately active, slaughter lambs weak; ewes steady; choice 90-100 lb wooled slaughter lambs 17,50-18.00; good 16.50-17.50; utility and good slaughter ewes 3.00-5.00. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! GARAGE AND PATIO SALE 1702 S. SEMINARY THURSDAY, OCT. 3RD Rain Date Oct. 4th Dishes, furniture, household items and miscellaneous. Clothing good—10 to 201/2. Christmas decorations, clock parts. BREAKFAST and BAZAAR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3 9 A.M. ONTARIO CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Solid Rock Maple Dropleaf Table and four chairs. Perfect condition $45.00 Double Bed, Springs and mattress, dark wood. Must sell. $15.00 35 Ft. of New White Picket Fence. . $10.00 Electric Heater. $2.00 2 Men's Heavy Winter Coats, size 42, 1 ladies' black imitation fur, size 14. All in good condition. $5.00 each 21 in. TV. Dark wood. New picture tube. Ph. 343-7052 For FALL CHECK & CHANGE SEE... Danny Marier's Cities Service SEMINARY A MULBERRY GALESBURG, ILLINOIS FURNITURE AUCTION at 522 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ABINGDON, III., on FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 1963 AT S O'CLOCK SHARP Silvertone 21" custom High Fidelity TV set, extra good; Coldspot Apt. si;e Refrigerator; Chrome breakfast set; Beige nylon davenport, 2 months old; 3-pc. bedroom suite, double dresser, coil springs, this suite just like new, 2 months old; 2-door metal dish cupboard; utility table drop leaf; reclining chair like new; swivel chair; Kenmore elec. sewing machine, good condition; portable Stereo; record cabinet; combination magazine rack and smoking tray; large metal wardrobe, like new; cedar chest; corner what not shell; Electrolux sweeper; bathinette; baby scales; baby feeding seat; high chair; stroller, like new; pole shelves; 9x12 rug; record rack; several throw rugs; coffee table and matching step end tables, like new; pair table lamps, like new; Electric toaster; elec. iron; Exerciser; TV trays; cooking utensils and dishes; metal ironing board. "Pon't mill this sale if in need ol good furniture" Please be on time •• there are very few small item*, TERMS—CASH VIRGINIA MOORE, Owner Auctions*** - LEWIS Q. MARKS end MICHAEL £• MARKS CARROLL MARKS—Clerk Chko«o II vt stock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)— Hbgs «,000; 1-2 200-230 lb butchers IG.00.16.35; mixed 1-3 190-230 1)» 15.^-16.25; 230-250 lbs 15.5015.75; 250 - 280 lbs 15.2548.S0; mixed 1*3 300-400 lb sows 14.00* 14.75; some around 290 lbs 15.00; 400-500 lbs 13.50-14.25 ; 2-3 500-650 lbs 13.00-13.50. Cattle 0,500; calves 25; high choice and prime 1,075-1,325 lb slaughter steers 24.50-25.25; high choice and prime 1,325-1,400 lbs 23.75-24.25; choice 1,400-1,500 lbs 22.75 • 23.00; good 9004,250 lbs 22.50-23.50; standard and low good 21.00-22.25; high choice and prime 1,000-1,025 lb heifers 24.00-25.00; choice 800-1,105 lbs 22.75-23.75; good 21.75-22.50; utility and commercial cows 14.00-15.75; utility and commercial bulls 17.00-18.50. Sheep 400; choice and prime 90-105 lb wooled slaughter lambs 19.00-19.50; good and choice 80-100 lbs 17.00-19.00; cull and utility 13.00-16.00; cull to good slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00. Markets at a Glanco By United Press Internationa] Stocks mixed in moderately active trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds easier. American stocks steady. Midwest stocks mixed. Cotton futures firm. Grains in Chicago: wheat, corn, oats, rye, soybeans — irregularly lower. Hogs steady to 25 higher, top 16.50; cattle 50 to 75 higher, top 25.25; sheep steady, top 19.50; dressed beef steady, top 43.00; dressed pork loins 1.00 higher, top 46.00. Oolosbwrf Grain Morkot CotMuttwrt Grata I Supply Ca. liiM noon Corn, No. 2 ..... $1.16 Com, No. 2 (Dec. del). $1.09 Soybeans $2.53 Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP) - Grain fu tures dipped sharply lower in ac tive trading early today on profit taking and liquidation. Extreme losses in wheat ranging up to more than four cents a bushel at the opening of the Board of Trade, were trimmed somewhat later as selling decreased. A report that Russia may not be in the market for U.S. wheat after all spurred selling of other grains and soybeans as well as wheat. Commission houses were the most active sellers, indicating a large speculative interest in the market. Local traders were the best.buyers. There was little evidence of commercial demand. Aside from the possible Sale of massive amounts of wheat to the Soviets, there were no other major factors to affect the grain markets. Near the end of the first hour wheat was 1 to 1% cents a bushel lower, December $2.06; corn % to 1% cents lower, December $1.19%; oats % to 1% cents lower, December 71% cents; rye Vk to 3% cents lower, December $1.51V4, and soybeans were V% to \V\ cents lower, November $2.73%. Chicago Oraln Rant* CHICAGO (AP)- Prev. High Low Close close Wheat Dec 2 .OAV4 2 .04 2 .07% 2 .07% Mar 2.09V* 2 .05 2.08% 2 .09V4 May 2.05% 2.02% 2.04% 2 .06 Jul 1.67% 1.64% 1 .66 1.67% Sep 1.69V4 I .66V4 I .68V4 1.69% Corn Dec 1.20% 1.18% 1.19% 1.20% Mar 1.23% 1.22V4 1.23 1.24% May 1.25% 1.24 1.24% 1.26% Jul 1.25% 1.24% 1.25 1.26% Sep 1.25 1.21% 1.22 1.25% Oats Dec 71% 70% 71% 71% Mar 73% 72% 73V4 74% May 73% 71% 73% 74 Jul 68% 66% 68% 69 Rye Dec 1.54 1.46% 1.51%, 1.54% Mar 1.57 1.51% 1.54% 1.57% May 1.56% 1.51 1.54 1.56 Jul 1.43% 1.38% 1.41% 1.42% Soybeans Nov 2 .76% 2 .69% 2 .73% 2 .73 Jan 2 .80% 2 .74 2 .77% 2 .78% Mar 2 .84 2 .78% 2 .81% 2 .82 May 2 .86% 2 .81% 2 .83% 2 .85 Jul 2.87% 2.82 2.85 2 .86% Aug 2.85% 2.79% 2.82% 2.84 i Eggs and Poultry Knoxville Road, Galesburg Red Howe, Hatchery Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs lttc Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7c READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Want To Buy 2 BEDROOM BUNGALOW North of Main. S13.000 to Sll.000 BOX I3S % REGISTER-MAIL Farm For Sale SO Acre*—5 miles from Galesburg on East Fremont Foad. 75 acres tillable. Modern house, excellent water supply. Adequate buildings. Contact John E. Kennedy. Ph. 343-5093 or 1188 W. Lossy after 5 P.M. ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING CABINETS, Etc. — Free Estimates — WAYNE WEBSTER 343-1720 The daily high temperature in Saigon, capital of South Viet Nam, averages from 87 to 95 degrees the year round. NOW OPEN — THE EVERGREENS 1188 W. Main St., Galesburg, 111. A State Licensed shelter care home for ambulatory men and women. Reasonable rates, good care, well balanced meals. For appointment phone 842-3241. Mrs. Grace E. Zugg, operator. WINDOWS WASHED EAVES CLEANED Dial 343.8771-342-6923 Before Noon or After 7:30 P.M. Garage Sale 455 N. PLEASANT WED., OCT. 2—1:30 to S THURS., OCT. 3—> to 3 You name it we've got it. Clothing all sites, curtains, drapes, dishes, toys, etc. # 59 Chev. 2-Ton Truck BOX at HOIST This truck is a one owner. '50 CHEV. Truck with 4 nylon 8.25:20 tires. JOHN DEERE No. S Shelter — Mounted on Chev. '57 FORD Falrlane 500 2-Door Hardtop. BOB ALLEN 375-6612 — Wataga, 111. PATIO SALE 665 OAK WED. «c THURS., OCT. 2-3 9 to 5 Clothing, toys, dishes, and misc. items. Nothing sold before 9. SEED WHEAT SEED RYE SWANSON SEED FARM RRl, Galesburg Phone 342-8239 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. Aureomycin, Sulfa and Penicillin are today's ^ost powerful weapons against disease. THESE ADVANTAGES ARE YOURS WITH ABINGDON FEEDS ABINGDON MILLING CO. Phone 89 For Annum Poyabto Somi'Annually Investments by the 15th Earn from the First with Insured Safety AT Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP) — Liquidation and profit-taking depressed prices for grain futures today. Late in the session most grains were lower in a nervous and erratic market. Uncertainty over possible sales of large amounts of wheat to Russia kept the market in a nervous state. A report that Russia may not be interested in buying U.S. wheat after all caused general selling early in the session. Later an opposite report caused a pickup in demand and selling decreased. Estimated carlot receipts were wheat 5 cars, corn 33, oats 5, rye none, barley-12, soybeans 136. At the close wheat was un- Abingdon Report on fatten! Terry Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack fterto of 204 Lower St., Abingdon, is a patient in the Illinois Research Hospital in Chicago. He is under observation and may undergo major surgery Monday. His address is Illinois Research Hospital, Orthopedic" 4, Chicago 12, Illinois. Chicago Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat sales. Corn No 2 yellow 1.35V4; No 3 yellow 1.34%. Oats No 1 extra heavy white 71 V*; No 2 extra heavy white 71%. Soybeans No 2 yellow 2.76-78V4. Soybean oil 8%b-V4a. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPD-Produce: Live poultry: Barred rock fry ers 21; special fed white rock fryers 18-19; roasters 23-24. Cheese: processed loaf 39Vz-44; brick 39%-43Vfe; Swiss Grade A 50-55; B 49-53; Butter: Steady. 93 score 60%; 92 score 60%; 90 score 59*A; 89 score 58'A; changed to 1% cents a bushel lower, December $2.07%- 3 /4; corn was VA to 3'/8 cents lower, December $1.19%; oats 3 /4 to % lower, December 1VA-V» cents; rye VA to 3V4 lower, December $1.5iy4- %; and soybeans were ((% cent higher to 2% cents lower, November $2.71-73%. 250 EAST MAIN ST. STUMP CUTTING May cost less than you think to get rid of that unsightly stump. Call DevVAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-0116 1OTO-R0OTER FOR CLOGGED SEWERS. A DRAINS Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342-6430 BACKYARD SALE 1111 JEFFERSON ST. THURS. - FRI. - SAT. OCT. 3rd, 4th. Sih 9 A.M. to S P.M. Furniture, clothes, fur scarl, etc. MIXED HAY WANTED Call or see—Bill Bowen. care CBatO STOCKYARDS Werthelmer Cattle Co. Inc.— Galesburg. I1L— TeL 343-M1S LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS HOBBY CRAFTS SLOAN'S 1058 E. LOSEY 343-4516 PUBLIC AUCTION 134 ACRE KNOX COUNTY FARM The undersigned Administrator of the estate of Samuel T. Wai- son, will sell at auction the following described real estate and personal property. Sale to be held at the farm located approximately 4 miles West of London Mills, 111. on State Route 116, or 4 miles East of Junction of Routes 41 and 116. Saturday, Oct. 5, 1963 STARTING AT 1 P.M. REAL ESTATE Legal Description. 117 Acres, Lots 1 and 3 of NEQ Sec. 31-9-2. Chestnut Twp., County of Knox, State of Illinois. Also 17 V2 Acres, except 2\' a Acres Hard road, of West ','2 of NWQ of NWQ., Sec. 32-9-2. Chestnut Twp., County of Knox, State of Illinois. This farm has an excellent location with approximately 90 acres tillable. Balance pasture land, with never failing spring. Improvements consist of house, two barns, crib, machine shed and other outbuildings, all in fair condition. Terms.-20% of purchase price day of sale and balance on or before March 1, 1964. Farm to be sold free and clear of all encumbrances. 1963 taxes will be paid by seller. Abstract of Title will be furnished. For further information contact the undersigned auctioneer. PERSONAL PROPERTY Ford tractor with disk, plow, two cultivators and weeder: three section harrow; wagon gear; oat seeder; two planters; 1,000 lb. platform scales; hand corn sheller; 50 gal. hog waterer; 14 concrete hog troughs: iron kettle; 24-ft. extension ladder; power lawn mower; dinner bell. Some household items. Some small tools and numerous other items. Terms—Cash on personal property. Not Responsible for Accidents LOWELL BUCK, Auctioneer—Avon, 111. DON B. PIOLETTI. Attorney—Eureka, 111. JOHN WASSON, Adm. EUREKA, ILL. PUBLIC AUCTION 125 Acres Warren County Farm Land Saturday, Oct. 5, 1963 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. SHARP. Sale to be held at East Front Door, Warren County Courthouse, Monmouth, 111. Location of Farm: 2','2 miles north of Youngstown and Vz mile east, or 2 miles east of Roseville on Route 116 then 214 miles south then Va mile east. TRACT 1 — 45 ACRES Legal Description: A part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 10. Improvements consist of 6 room house, cave, a good well, good open metal shed, old barn and crib, hog house. Approximately 8 acres are tillable, balance open pasture land with spring. TRACT 2 — 80 ACRES Legal Description: The West Hal of the Southeast Quarter of Section Ten in Township Eight North, Range Two West of the Fourth Principal Meridian, situated in the County of Warren and State of Illinois, containing 80 acres more or less. Improvements consist of 6-room house, cave, 18x30 hog house, 20x30 barn with 12' lean-to, 8x24 corn crib with 12' lean-to, 18x20 barn, hay shed and other small buildings. Good well, 30 acres tillable, balance good pasture and timber land. Several walnut trees. Running water and springs in pasture. Tract I and Tract II will first be offered separately and then together, and will be sold in the way which brings the highest price Bids will be solicited by the acre and the purchase price calculated as though Tract 5 contains exactly 45 acres and Tract II contains exactly 80 acres although no warranty of precise area is expressed or implied. The tracts are, or may be, subject to easements for highways or electric transmission lines. TERMS—10% of the purchase price in cash on day of sale; balance on or before March 7, 1964, at which time possession will be given. Abstract of title will be furnished, and may be examined at the offices of Ranney and Shanks, Monmouth, Illinois. 1963 taxes, payable in 1964 will be paid by Sellers. For further information, contact any of the undersigned: Auctioneers: LEWIS G. MARKS and MICHAEL E. MARKS IRVIN JAMES WALLIS. MAXINE WATSON, MARTHA MASON, DOROTHY BLENDER and BARNICE GREENSTREET — Devisees under the Will of Minnie B. Weill* and their wife and husbands by Charming L. Pratt and . G. Durbin Ranney. their Aitorneys-ln-F»ct. Well StfMf NEW YORK (AP) - Weakness in Pennsylvania's Railroad and New York Central featured an irregularly lower stock market late this afternoon, trading was moderately active. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.1 million shares compared with 4.36 million Tuesday. Losses of key stocks went from fractions to a point or more, trading slackened somewhat as Wall Street's attention was distracted by the opening game of the World Series. Pennsy and Central slumped on news of opposition to their proposed merger from the office of the U.S. attorney general. Both stocks were unloaded in big blocks at the opening. Pennsy looked like the day's most active stock as it lost nearly 2 in heavy trading. Central, off more than 2, also was among the volume leaders. Chrysler and Sperry Rand, recently the market pacemakers on volume, traded about unchanged in active dealings which were far ess than Pennsy's. General Tire was active and fractionally higher on news ol a dividend boost. Western Union, reporting sharp* ly hfgher earnings, was strong and up a point. General Motors showed a gain of nearly a point. Ford lost a fraction. Polaroid dropped 6, Control Data more than 2, American Smelting, Homcstake, IBM and High Voltage Engineering more than a point each. Prices were mixed on th« American Stock Exchange as trading moved slowly. Corporate bonds were higher with some railroads strong. U.S. government bonds were unchanged in quiet dealings over th§ counter. HOUSE FOR SALE Near Gates. S rooms. Modern built-in kitchen. Lew taxes, city gas heat. CALL 342-5095 FOR SALE 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE Reasonable Taxes 289-714* Dow Jonas Averages NEW YORK (UPI)-Dow Jones p.m. CDT averages: 30 indus 738.24 off 0.09 20 rails 170.16 off 0.77 15 utils 139.61 off 0.26 65' stocks 260.45 off 0.38 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! COMPLETI TRIE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE CaU Collect - Trojan 0-2109 Gllson. 111! Galesburg, I1L — MI-MM FOR SALE New Holland grain dryer, NO bu. L.P.G., P.T.O. automatic controls, good condition, ready to go. Tom Curtis. Phono 1 on 24, Cameron. III. 1 mile west, i/a mile north of Cameron. FOR SALE Homo of tho lato Luciano Henry 571 S. Chambers 3 Bedrooms. Ges heit. Cell 342-6766 or 343-9825 Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Mutt bo In our office 12 noon day beforo ad runs. Coll 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail CLOSING OUT SALE At the farm 5 miles south. 2 miles west of Toulon. 2 miles south, 1 mile east ol West Jersey; 41/2 miles north and 1 mile east ot Laura; or I miles west of Duncan. Wednesday. Oct. 9 Beginning »f 11 AJfl. TAnMIMG EQUIPMENT 1962 A-CD-17 Series 11 Tractor, wide front end, 300 hours', 1962 Semi-mounted 14-in. 4-bottom Plow; 1956 WD-45 Allis-Chalmers Tractor, wide front end; 1955 WD-45 Allis-Chalmers Tractor, wide front end; N8 Ford Tractor and Loader with blades; A-C 14-in. 3-bottom Plow; 1959 Oliver Corn Picker, Model 4 with A-C mounting; 1957 New Holland Super 66 Baler; Two 4-row Allis-Chalmers Cultivators; 2-row Allis-Chalmers Cultivator; 1958 4-row Internat'l Planter with fertilizer attach.; Massey-Harris Combine, 7-ft.; 1954 Case 10-ft. Wheel Disc; 1959 International 10-ft. Wheel Disc; 1958 Schultz Stalk Shredder; New Idea Mower, 7-ft., pull type; Gehl Hammer Mill, power take-off; Stanhoist Corn Elevator, 52-ft.; Kewanee Corn Elevator, 42-ft.; Stanhoist Hydraulic Wagon Jack; 1958 Case Rotary Hoe, 4-row; 4-section Harrow, 20-ft. 2-section Harrow, 10-ft.; 100-gal. Weed Sprayer; Turly power Take-off Oats Seeder; 9-ft. Mulcher; Case Manure Spreader; Helix Auger Wagon, 85-bushel; Wagon and Gear, steel box with hoist, on rubber; Two Wagons and Gears, with flared boxes, on rubber; 2-Wheel Trailer with 6-ply tires; Hay Rack with gear, on rubber; Quincy Air Compressor; Set of dual wheels for Allis-Chalmers; New Idea Hay Rake; 4-in. Grain Auger with motor, 12-ft.; 15-ft. Aluminum Single Chain Elevator; 2 Briggs and Stratton Gas Engines with water pumps; Two Weed Mowers; 500-gal. Water Tank on rubber tired gear; Two Pull-Together Hog Houses; Three-pen Hog House; Two 2-pen Hog Houses; 25 'A' Hog Houses; 85-bushel Walk-in Calf Feeder; Two 20-ft. Hay Bunks; Grain Bunk; Three 50-bushel Hog Feeders; Three 35-bushel Hpg Feeders; Three Pig Creep Feeders; Green Gables Brooder Hous, 10x12; Three 1-hole Mineral Feeders; Three Lifetime Hog Waterers, 1 500-gal.; 2 400-gal.; Three 60-gal. Pride of the Farm Hog Waterers; Two 250-gal. galvanized Hog Waterers; Gas Tank Heater; Two Mundie Coal Tank Heaters, self sinking. 1500 Bales Hay — 300 Bales Straw. 400 Shoats, average 100 lbs. Two Hybrid Male Hogs (Swine vaccinated for Cholera and Erysipelas). 18 Ewes — One Buck. Kelvinator Refrigerator, Dinette Set, Table and 4 Chairs, Mahogany Buffet, Two Smoke Gray Occasional Chairs. Bench vise, press drill, hog catching chute, hammermill belt, and many other items too numerous to mention. SANFORD WHITE and DAN KUNTZ Lunch will be served by West Jersey W.S.C.S. Clerks: Albert Megan and Raymond Scholkopf. TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Auctioneers: Col. J. M. Bliss, Phone 385-44(4 and Col. Lawrence Van Hyfte. PUBLIC SALE OF Residential Properties OCTOBER 12,1963 AT THE PROPERTIES 956 DAYTON DRIVE, GALESBURG, ILL 3 O'CLOCK P.M.—D.S.T. Nearly new home consisting of living room, dining room, large kitchen complete with GE counter top stove and built-in oven and garbage disposal, 3 bedrooms with many closets, lovely bathroom. Utility room. Attached, heated garage with cement drive. Gas furnace and gas water heater. An usually attractive home on lot 80 ft. by 160 ft. in size. Very near schools and in a preferred residential area. Owner leaving the state. NOTE:—This home will be open for inspection Saturday P.M., October i from 2 to 4 p.m. and Thursday night, Oct, 10 from 7:30 to • P.M. Visit this heme during these hours, or at other times by appointment. CaU the auctioneer or the DAVID M. HALLAM AGENCY, 209 E. Broadway, Monmouth, 111. Phone 734-3331 for appointment. Also, selling at I P.M. on the same day, at the property located at 901 S. SIXTH ST., MONMOUTH, ILL. This property consists of all modern home and 5 lots. Home has living room, kitchen, bath and 3 bedrooms. Oil heat. Basement. Shown by appointment. Call too Auctions** or the DAVID M. HALLAM AGENCY TERMS: 25% cash day of salt. Balance upon possession which will ge given November 15, 1963 and upon receipt by purchaser of warranty deed. ROBERT D. and LOUISE ICENOGLE, Owngrt Auctioneer: EDWARD S. BURNS—Phong Monmouth 734-3350 or Office Phone 734-3331

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