18 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111. Thursday; Oct. TO, 1963 Market Reports Today New York Stock* NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 24% Int. T&T 48V4 Aldens 23 Iowa P&L Allegh Lud 40% Johns-Man 48'£ Alld Chem 16% Kcnnecott 78Vii Alld Strs 53% Kresge 27% Allis dial 16% Alum Ltd 26% Alcoa 65?s Am Air 27T ABC Pint 28V* Am Can 45% Am Cyan 55% Am M&F 1814 Am Mtrs 21% Am T&T 128% Am Tob 27% Anaconda 49% Armour 39% Atchison 28% Avco 22% Bendix 48% Beth Stl 32% Boeing 33% Borden 65 Borg War 49% Case 10% Catplr 43% Celanese 52 Cent Soya 2VA C&NW 27% Chi RI 26% Chrysler 91% Cities Svc 63% Coca Cola 103 Colum Gas 30 Comm Ed 51% Cons Ed 86% Cont Can 45% Cont Oil 62% Deere 64% Diana 9% Douglas 20% Dow Chem 58% Du Pont 243% Eastman 111% El Auto Li 25% Erie 3% Firestone 37% Flintkt 20% Ford Mtrs 53% Friden 42% Fruehauf 28% Gen Dyna 23% Gen El 77% Gen Fds 86% Gen Mtrs 77% Gen Tel 27% Goodrich 55% Goodyear 40% Grant WT 25% Gt Nor 52% Grevhound 46 7 /g Gulf Oil 48% Fomes^ke 47% F "nn 7% J" Cent 50% 111 P\»T 39% Tninnrt SI] 431 /4 IBM 462 Int Farv 58% Int Nick 61 Kroger 29% Lib McN 15 Lockhd 34% Mar Oil 56% Maytag 38 Min Hnywl 117-% Minn Min 60% Monsanto 57% Mont Ward 37% Morrell 23% Nat Bis 54% Nat Can 16% Nat Dairy 64% Nat Gyps 47 Nat Ld 74% NYC 20 No Amn 48% Nor Pac 46% Nor St Pwr 34% Olin Math 42 Outbd M 14% Pac Tel 32% Penney 43% Penn RR 19% Pepsi Cola 56% Phil Pet 53% Piper Air 32 Pure Oil 41% Qua Oats 66% RCA 75% Rep Stl 41% Revlon 42% Rexall 37% Reyn Tob 40% Safeway 59% Schenley 23 Sears 98% Shell Oil 43% Simmons 42% Sinclair 44% So Pac 33% Sperry 17% Sq D 42% Std Bds 74% SO Cal 62% SO In 61% SO NJ 69% SO Ohio 66% Stude 7% Swift 39% Texaco 68% Texas Inst 78% Un Carb 106% Un El 27% Un Pac 40% Unt Air L 37% Utd Corp 8% Utd Fruit 20% Utd Gas 38% US Gyns Rfi% US Rub 47% US Stl 54% West Un 31% Wstshs El 40% Woolworth 73% Yng S&T 121% Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI) — Produce: Live poultry: Too few receipts to report prices. Cheese: Processed loaf 39%-44; brick 40-44; Muenster 40-44; Swiss grade A 52-55; B 50 54; Butter: About steady. 93 score 57%; 92 score 57%; 90 score 56%; 89 score 55%. Eggs: Steady. White large extras 39%; mixed large extras 39 %; mediums 30%; standards 34 %. Eggs and Poultry Knoxville Road. Oalesburg Red Rowe. Hatchery Laree clear ERRS 22c I'ndor grade ERgs Inr Leghorn H°ns 3c Heavv Hens 7c Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. A Q. Stockyards Market steady. Bulk of easier? shipping hogs, $15.25-$15.50. Top $15.75. Quotations: 200-230 $15.00-$15.75 230-260 $14.fi5-$15.65 260-300 $14.25-$15.15 Sows $12.25-$14.25 Bushnell Livestock Market is active. Top, $15.50 bulk 195-250 pounds, $15.25-$15.35; 250-300, $14.75-$15.25- sows steady, bulking at $12.75-$14.50; cattle, steady; lambs, Steady. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); 20,000; 1 3 190-240 lb butchers 15.00-15.50, 1-2 200-230 lbs 15.50-15.85; over 130 head sorted Is 210-225 lb 16.00 16.25; 1-3 240-270 lbs 14.50-15.10; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 14.00-14.50; l -'c 350-400 lbs 13.00-14.00; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.00-13.00; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.00-12.00. Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts for Friday are 6,000 cattle, 6,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP) - (USDA) — Hogs 3,100; 1-2 195-230 lb butchers 15.75-16.00; 1-3 190-260 lbs 15.2515.75; 2-3 250-295 lbs 15.00-15.25; 13 270-400 lb sows 13.75-14.75; 2-3 400-500 lbs 13.00-13.75 ; 2-3 500-650 lbs 12.00-13.00. Cattle 150; choice 1,100-1,200 lb slaughter steers 23.50-24.00; good 900-1,200 lbs 21.00-23.50; choice 775-900 lb slaughter heifers 22.0022.50; good 20.75-21.75; calves 10; good and choice 24.00-28.00. Sheep 90; moderately active, all classes steady; choice 90-100 lb slaughter lambs 18.00-18.50; choice 85-100 lbs 17.00-18.00; good 16.00-17.00; utility 10.00-16.00; a few good slaughter ewes 4.00-5.00. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP)—(USDA)-Hogs 5,500; butchers steady to 25 higher; largely 1-2 190-225 lb butchers 16.25-16.50; mixed 1-3 180-240 lbs 15.65-16.25; 230-265 lbs 15.40-15.85; mixed 1-3 300-400 lb sows 14.2514.85; 400-500 lbs 13.75-14.25. Cattle 1,000; calves none; not enough steers for adequate test of trend; few sales about steady; small lot and part load choice 950-1,200 lb slaughter steers 23.7524.50; part load high choice 1,000 lb slaughter heifers 24.00; few choice 800-1,100 lbs 22.50-23.50; utility and commercial cows 14.0015.50. Sheep 500; wooled slaughter ambs steady to weak; few lots choice and prime 90-110 lb wooled slaughter lambs 19.50; good and choice 80-100 lbs 18.00-19.00; cull to good slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI)—Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT verages: 30 indus 737.90 off 1.93 20 rails 168.92 up 0.42 15 utils 139.25 up 0.22 65 stocks 259.81 off 0.17 Treason, felony and breach of the peace are t^e only three offenses for which a member of Congress is subject to arrest while in office. AUCTION Having acquired the late Eva Stockcr estate, 1 will sell the following personal property at 614 W. Murray, Macomb, Illinois, SATURDAY, OCT. 12, 1963 STARTING AT 10 O'CLOCK Antiques and other items, marble top table, walnut table, chest of drawers, spool cabinet, spinning wheel, platform rocker, love spat, pie cupboards, sectional bookcases, refrigerators, gas stoves, ojl heaters, antique dishes, vases, silver, etc. Beautiful davenport with matching chair and ottoman, all reupholstered, lamps hanging, kerosene lamp, rugs, linens, coverlets, bedding and other articles. Sale starts promptly at 10 o'clock TKKMS — CASH VERDA M. SHAKE, Owner Auctioneer — Hughey Martin Not responsible for accidents FURNITURE AUCTION As I am moving into an apartment I will sell the following furniture at residence located first house West of the grocery store in DeLong. 111. on Sat. Morning, Oct 12, 1963 at 10 O'clock Sharp. Davenport and chair, round oak table 4 chairs and buffet, Studio couch, 11x12 rug, R.C.A. radio console, floor lamp, library table, enamel top table, Ziegler oil heater like new w/blower, 275 gal. fuel tank, elec. fan, bed and box .springs, baby bed w/innerspring mattress, fruit jars, 3 tool boxes. 2 axes. 4 spades, 7' step ladder, 14' ladder, small tools, elec. grinder, lawmnower, block & tackle, tree trimmer, lace curtains, wash bench, dishes some are antique, antique rocker, table lamps, antique oval 40" mirror, table linens. CAR: 1356 BelAir Chev 6 cylinder, automatic transmission. Good 8 ] ..x7 building. 16 gauge double barrel shotgun. Many items loo numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. MRS. JAMES LAWVER—Owner Auctioneer*: Lewii C. Marki, Michael E. Marki. Clerkj: Carroll Mark* and Keith Brown. Galesburg Grain Market Consumers Grain & Supply Co. Corn, No. 2 $1.11 Oats, No. 2 62c Soybeans, No. 1 $2.66 Chicago Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat sales. Corn No 1 yellow local 1.26; No 2 yellow lake billing 1.25-26; No 3 yellow lake billing 1.23-24; No 4 yellow 1.21; sample grade yellow 1.00. Oats No 1 extra heavy white 71%. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2.87%-HO; No 2 yellow 2.89%: No 3 yellow 2.87 :, /4. Soybean oil 9%-%a. Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP)—The grain futures market moved in a steady to easier trend late today as traders adopted a cautious stand following confirmation of wheat sales to Russia. Trade observers said it appeared the wheat-to-Russia deal now has been largely discounted as a market influence after a month of steady advances. Commercial houses were active buyers of wheat futures early in the session but profit-taking and liquidation by longs resulted in decisions. Carlot receipts were estimated at: wheat 5 cars, corn 120, oats 4, rye none, barley 12, soybeans 179. At the close wheat was cents a bushel lower to Vs higher, December $2.11Vz-%; corn % lower to Vs higher, December $1.21'/I- , /B; oats , /4- , A higher, December 71%% cents; rye 'Vn-2 cents lower, December $.5214; and soybeans 1 cent higher to 1 cent lower, November $2.87Vi-Mt. Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP)—Grain futures were steady to lower in an active mixed trade on the Board of Trade today. President Kennedy's announcement that the United States will sell about $250 million worth of wheat to Russia and its satellites caused profit taking in the futures market. Traders said they believe the recent steady advance in wheat and other grains, mainly as a result of the expected Soviet wheat deal, may have been overdone and the trade now is inclined to adopt a stop, look and listen attitude for the present. Wheat started mixed With the distant contracts up a cent or more on accumulated overnight buying orders. But profit taking on the bulge turned the market downward and prices dipped below yesterday's close. The feed grains were strongest, influenced by the possibility the Soviets may buy corn and oats. Early buying of soybeans met selling pressure on a one to two cent advance. Liquidation followed. About an hour after the open ing wheat was 2V4 cents a bushel lower to Vs higher, December $2.11V4; corn % higher to Vs lower, December $1.21%; oats Vs to % higher, December 7VA cents; rye VR higher to V* lower, De'cember $1.52'A and soybeans V* lower to V* higher, November $2.86'A. Chicago Grain CHICAGO (API- High Low Wheat Dec 2.12 2.10% Mar 2.12V* 2.10% May 2.09 2.07 Jul 1.79 1.73 Sep 1.81 1.75% Corn Dec 1.22 1.20% Mar 1.26% 1.24V4 May 1.29 1.26% Jul Sep Oats Dec .71 7 /» .71 Mar .73% .73 '/4 May .73% .72% Jul .68% .67% Rye Dec 1.53 1.51% Mar 1.57% 1.55V4 May 1.57% 1.55V4 Jul 1.30V4 1.27% 1.26% 1.25 Soybeans Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug 1.47% 1.45% 2.89% 2.85V4 2.93% 2.89V4 2.95% 2.92% 2.99 2.95 3.00 3.06 2.971 /4 2.92% Range Prev. Close close 2.11% 2.11% 2.11% 2.11% 2.07% 2.09 1.74V4 1.78 1.75% 1.80 1.21% 1.21% 1.25 1.25% 1.27 1.26% 1.28% 1.28% 1.25% 1.25% .71% .71 '/4 .73% .73V4 .73% .73 .68 .67% 1.52V4 1.52% 1.55% 1.56 1.55% 1.56 1.45% 1.47% 2.87% 2.86V4 2.91 2.90% 2.92% 2.93% 2.97V4 2.96% 2.97% 2.97 2.94 2.95 Methodists Are Divided Over Coeds' Pray-in JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Three college girls, arrested during a "pray-in" attempt at a white church, have been released under $3,000 appeal bond raised by the National Methodist Church. The girls were arrested last Sunday at the Capitol Street Methodist Church and charged with disturbing public worship and refusing to leave the church grounds. They were tried in City Court Monday and sentenced to six months in jail and fined $500 on each count. Two of the girls were Bette Poole, 19, of Chicago, a Negro, and Julie Zaugg, 21, of Lake Forest, 111. MIXED HAY WANTED Call or »e«—Bill Bowen, ear* CB&Q STOCKYARDS Caleiburg. 111.—Tel 343-5612 Wertholmer Cattle Co. Inc.— FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW IDEA PICKER No. 20 Mounting! lor WD4S. Trade for New Idea Pull Picker with Rear Elevator. JOHN MALLERY LaFayelte, 111. Phone 993-3173 Arriving Sat., October 12 ? 1963 700 Head of strictly choice angus steer and heifer calves weight from 325 to 500 lbs. THE ABOVE CALVES ARE THE A. L. HOLTEN CATTLE FROM POTEAU, OKLAHOMA. The bulls that the calves are sired by are from the famous KERR -MAC RANCH. These calves are thin due to drought conditions in that area. 105 Good to choice Hereford steer wives wt. from 410 to 475 lbs. 75 Good to choice Hereford yc;irling steers wt. from BOO to 725 lbs. 85 Choice Angus yearling steers wt. from 525 to fi25 lbs. WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION, INC. GARALD B. FISHER, MANAGER Phone 734-291S or 734-6611, Monmouth. Located 2 mi lee north of Monmouth on Rout* 17. SALE of FARM LAND (80 Acre Improved Farm) PUBLIC AUCTION On Saturday, October 12, 1963 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. At premises located about 2 miles North of Maquon, Illinois, and about V-± mile East of Highway Route 8 & 97. Landlord's share of growing crop — about 50 acres of corn— "looks good"—will be included in 5,ale of farm. Purchaser shall pay 1963 general real estate taxes due in 1964. Abstract will be furnished. This is a good eighty, all tillable except approximately 10 acres in extreme north part of farm, with one story frame dwelling, barn, garage and combination storage shed, corn crib and machine shed combination, and hen house. It is most desirable for people working in town and living in the country. Description: John E. Barber Farm, part of Sections 20 and 29, Haw Creek Township, Knox County, Illinois. Terms: 25'" 0 of bid on d;iy of sale, balance on or before Nov. 13, 1963. Possession: March 1, 1964. KOI.LAM) W. L1MKSKY, Auctioneer JOHN J. IfLAKK. Master in Chancery I'EEL, HENNING and MATHERS. Attorneys for plaintiff LLOYD HARM1SON Well Street NEW YORK (AP)-Stock market prices held mixed late this afternoon after recovering from a noontime dip. Trading was running behind Wednesday's pace but still at a fairly active rate. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.5 million shares compared with 5.52 million Wednesday. Motor stocks improved somewhat but were generally irregular. Chrysler, off 2 points early in the session, showed a small gain in heavy trading. Ford was up a little but GM was off about V2 and Studebaker a small amount. American Motors was unchanged. Rails, metals and chemicals were mixed. Oils, savings and loans and airlines were lower. Tobaccos, drugs and sugar issues retain a slight upside edge. Electronic and space age issues were among the active groups but price changes were uneven. Du Pont showed a loss of more than 1 as the company gave details on a new process to blow things together rather than apart. RCA picked up another 2 points to a 1963 high. IBM was ahead about 2% and Xerox more than 1. Polaroid fell back about 3. American Stock Exchange prices remained mixed. Bond price changes were narrow in light trading. Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks irregularly lower in moderate trading. Bonds irregularly higher. U.S. government bonds easier in quiet trading. American stocks mixed. Midwest stocks irregularly lower. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans—irregularly lower. Hogs steady to 25 higher, top 16.50; cattle not enough for market test, top 24.50; sheep steady to weak, top 19.50; dressed beef steady, top 42.50; dressed pork loins steady to weak, top 46.00. READ THE WANT ADS! I TruttiportaHon ' Departure* effective April IS . ALL SCHEDULES 1 DAYLIGHT SAVING TTMB •atiinftoa, tatifteeaa 8 fast Mall - 3«» a. SO AkSarBen ...-.t:»8 a. 10 Denver Zephyr —_—?:S» a 2 Local —8:80 18 California Zephyr 12:81 U Nebraska Zephyr ....74)8 •ariutaten. Weetkewnd i to Omaha Lincoln 1:48 88 to Kansas City ._— 1 :S8 7 to Denver ——...3 6S 38 to Kansof City —S AO 11 to Omaha. Lincoln - 9:10 17 to California — 6:38 1 to Denver 8:8* Santa re, Eattbennd 20 Chief ... , 4:40 16 Texas Chief — 6:40 IB Super Chief- El Capitan* ^...11:10 S S.I Chief* 11:48 184 Grand Canyon — 8 JO 18 Chlcafoan ... ....8:80 Santa Fa, Weetboand .2:38 ..12:88 ...3:20 —.7*8 0:88 p. m a. P P a. P. II K. ';. ChM 10 Chief . . 12: Grand Canyon « 1 S.F Chief* 18 Texas Chief —~ 17 Super Chief- El Capttan* —.10 as •—Flagstop Otark Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* 9 06 906 to Chicago** ...4:45 690 to Chicago*** _.8:30 Osark Soathttoand 141 to St. Louis** 8:89 691 to St. Louis*** 8:44 '—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday '* Saturday only Saturday only *OS SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast 6:30 a To West Coast p. rc To West Coast ......8:48 p. m _ Eaatbound To East Coast 11:58 p. m To East Coast 8:00 D m To Peoria 120pm To Peoria ... 8:25 p. m Soutlibound To St. l^outs 10:00 Northbound To Devenoort ..9-an m a. m e m COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 8-2103 Gilion, 111. Galesburg. 111. — 342-1214 FRESH EACH FRIDAY 60c SWEET CIDER a gal. in your jug APPLES $1.00 and up SWANSON'S ORCHARD 4 miles North of Yates City CLOSED ON SUNDAYS REAL ESTATE AND HOUSEHOLD AUCTION 231 N. CEDAR STREET SAT., OCT. 12 - 11:00 A.M. As we are moving out of State, we will sell our house & home furnishings to the highest bidder as follows: Pullman 3 cushion large davenport; this has to be seen to be appreciated. Zenith 21 in. console TV, only 2 yrs. old. Coo-coo clock, good condition, originally from Scottland. 9 by 10 grey twist rug. Beige club chair, 2 mahogany step-end tables. Matching table lamps. A walnut CHEDENZA TABLE with extra leafs. Grey TV chair. 2 plastic automans. 2 metal book shelves. Nice .') way bridge lamp. Mahogany coffee table, 6 drawer knotty pine twin dresser and nice chest to match. Matching twin beds complete with double size head board. Turquoise barrel-back chair. Spinet desk. 2 walnut desk chairs. 2 oval coffee tables. Portable 3 sp. record player. 2 Hollywood twin beds complete. Walnut book case. Kenmore vacuum sweeper, all attachments, 6 mos. old. 3 pee. Samsonite card table set. 5 pc. dinnete set with walnut woodgrain-formica top and 2 extra leafs. Phllco 2 •pd., 4 cycle automatic washer, only 1 yr. old. GE 14 ft. combination freeier and refrigerator, turquoise exterior, 4 yrs. old. Kenmore Deluxe 30 in. gas range, 2 yrs. old. (visador oven). TV trays. Step stool. Complete set of Melmac dishes. Set of nice china dishes, service for 8. 12 nice goblets. 2 Chaise lounges. 2 lawn chairs. Briggs-Stratten rotary power mower. Garden cart. Dormeyer mixer. Pressure cooker. Set of silverware. Philco clock radio. 1903 Springfield rifle with new stock; this gun in perfect condition. Porch swing. Window fan. Barbecue grill. Pots, pans, dishes and more misc. items too numerous to mention. MR. AND MRS. SAM ANDREE, Owner Dale Coffey, Auctioneer. Bud Allen, Clark. Auctioneer comment: This merchandise has to be seen to be appreciated. Sale will be postponed in case of bad weather to Sat., Oct. 11, 11 a.m. REAL ESTATE: To be sold at 1:00 P.M. sharp. Nice income property. Three rooms & bath up with private entrance. 5 rooms and bath down. This home in good state of repair. New gas furnace. Nice back yard with patio. Upstairs apartment has been renting for $60.00 a mo. This property to be sold to the highest bidder, so if interested in a nice home and income property, give this your attn. Property can be seen by appointment prior to sale. 25% down day of sale balance on delivery of deed. Contact Mr. Andree, or auctioneer. FURNITURE AUCTION! Having sold our home, and moving out-of-state, we will sell at Public Auction the following furniture at 836 Maple Ave., Galesburg, 111. on SATURDAY, OCT. 12, 1963 at 12:00 O'clock Sharp. Admiral Dual-Temp refrigerator; extra good Kenmore 30" gas range; 3-piece bedroom suite with coil s p ri n g s and innerspring mattress; reclining chair; ottoman; occasional chair; platform rocker; barrel back chair; 2 -piece sectional; end table; dresser with mirror; TV table; metal wardrobe; large cabinet; gun rack; 24" fan and frame; pole lamp; utility table; cabinet; ironing board; chaise lounge; walnut knee-hole desk and chair; portable electric sewing machine; step stool chair; Colclspot 9' deep freeze; Maytag gas dryer, good; swivel TV table: large chest, drawer type; swivel office chair. ATTENTION: GUN COLLECTORS 37 long guns, including 1848 Sharps; 45-90 Springfield; 22-caliber Quackenbush; Hamilton model 19; 10-gauge double and single barrel; 45-70 Springfield; double barrel 16-gauge pin fire, and many others. Several pistols, gun parts. ANTIQUES Golden Rod vacuum cleaner; Victor talking machine with morning glory horn and in perfect condition; 5-gal. dash churn, dated 1870; solid copper statue; apple peeler; cherry pitter; nut cracker; 2 glass candy dishes; steak pounder; pewter sugar bowl; 2 coffee grinders; 1-lb. dash churn; mandolin; sugar scoop; tongue and groove planes; silver plated crumb trays; 2 shaving mugs; silver soap box and drinking cup; alcohol burning cenfee pot; stereoscope and pictures; several fluting irons & flatlrons; stone jugs; gas Iron; candle molds; silver candlesticks; old railroad engine; kraut cutter; 2 clocks; toothpick holders; silver and satin glass; bone dishes; inkwell; swivel drawing board chair; Seth Thomas clock with weights; mantel clock: cut glass gas light and shades; coal burner flatiron; lots of records; 2 battery radios; 2 ice cream chairs: copper kettle with side handle; old lantern, electrified; solid walnut coffee table; Kennedy rocker with cane bottom and back: globe, made in Scotland. SHOP TOOLS, ETC. Tank air compressor; portable paint sprayer; 18" jig saw.; Craftsman 8" tilting arbor table saw in perfect condition; 4\'i" jointer; 6" belt sander; 30" wood turning lathe; 8V»" Craftsman power saw; large bookkeeping machine; Duplicopy machine; two gas motors; two grinding arbors; Craftsman belt sander, large size; many electric motors; Presto-Lite tank with torch and tips; pipe die set with vise- cutter & stand; horizontal stone polisher; new 10" step ladder; 6' ladder; 28 extension ladder: lead melting furnace; 3 \ ton chain winch; McCaskey cash register; 3 Burroughs adding machines; Hotpoint garbage disposal: 24' riding lawn mower; 2 18" rotary push mowers; yard sweeper; hundreds of other items, too numerous to mention. (NOTHING SOLD BEFORE THE AUCTION). TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible for Accidents. MR. and MRS. WILLIAM H. SNOOK Owners Auctioneers: LEWIS G. MARKS k MICHAEL E. MARKS. Clerks: CARROLL MARKS * KEITH BROWN. Cemetery Head Attends Meet In Belleville Fred T. Brown, manager of Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens, Galesburg, was one of a number of delegates who attended the convention of tne Illinois Cemetery Association in Belleville this week. Herschel Auerbach of Palatine, president of the association, said that the laws in many states, plus American reluctance to think about anything unpleasant, are responsible for most of the problems connected with death. The solution to many of the problems would be, he said, to pre-arrange funeral and cemetery needs. He said by this method, families can make plans in leisure instead of haste, without emotional pressure, and at a time when family income has not been impaired by illness or death. Attends Show Leroy Morri9, 228 Hawklnson Ave., attended the annual National Stationery and Office Equipment Show recently in Chicago. Me is district manager of Lindy Pen Co. Lei Blossoms Most popular blossoms used in leis by the Hawaiians are the vanda orahid, plumeria, carnation, ginger, pikake, tuberose and bougainvillea. One type of vanda orchid has more than 300 blossoms. READ THE WANT ADS! WANTED RELIABLE FARMER To Take Oyer Payments on Near New Case 130 Diesel Tractor — Case 3-14" Plow — Case Tandem Wheel Disk. 13 ft. 4" Cut — Case 4 Row Cultivator— or Choice of any of above. Terms to suit. We give Worth- more On* Dollar Stamps. FISHER SALES CO. Joy, 111. — Ph. 514-2311 BOOK ABINGDON FEEDS NOW FARMERS this It money In your pocket. NO GIMMICKS or PRIZES, JUST DISCOUNTS FOR TOP QUALITY FEED at REAL SAVINGS ABINGDON MILLING CO. Phone 89 Abingdon, III. FURNITURE AUCTION - 1521 E. GROVE ST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 - 10:00 A.M. RAIN OR SHINE As I have sold my home and moving Into an apartment, 1 will sell my surplus furniture as follows: Admiral Air Conditioner; club chair; platform rocker; occ. table; 6x10 spice beige rug and pad; throw rugs; table lamps; hall tree; pictures; drapes; metal wardrobe; vanitay and bench; twin size bed complete with box springs and Innerspring mattress; chest of drawers; some bedding and linens; bed lamp; 5 pc. melon and grey chrome dinette set; Coronado apt. size.gas stove; double door utility cabinet; metal wall cabinet; electric washer; kitchen stool; regulation size ping-pong table with aluminum base; basketball bankboard and basket; dog bed; luggage; cut glass cruet; electric clock; artificial flowers and fruit; step ladder; hand tools; yard tools; storm door; porch swing; metal lawn chairs; dishes; pots and pans, and other items too numerous to mention. CORBINS AUCTION SERVICE. MRS. LOUISE PENICK, OWNER. KENT and COOK, Auctioneers. FREDERICK ERICKSON, Clerk. PHONE 343-9033. REMEMBERI THIS SALE STARTS AT 10:00 A.M. SHARP, RAIN OR SHINE. Antique and Furniture Auction 981 LINCOLN ST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 - 1:00 P.M. RAIN OR SHINE As I have purchased the home and furnishings of the late Mr. W. Newkirk, I will sell the following: ANTIQUES: Beauiiiul hand painted china hanging lamp complete with prisms; satin glass organ lamp with baby face; Gone With the Wind lamp; umbrella lamp; bracket lamp complete with reflector; rail lamp; brass hanging lamp; kerosene lamps; miniature lamps; extra nice grandfather clock dated 1840 and rum perfect; Seth Thomas clock; weight clock; other clocks; set of sleigh bells; copper tea kettle; chaffing dish; other copper pieces; all kinds of antique glass including carnival, pressed, vasoline, opalescent, hand painted china; 2 antique guns; wall telephone; pitcher and bowl set; rose bowl; mustache cups; shaving mugs; claw foot organ stool; love seat; paintings; picture frames. FURNITURE: 2 TV sets; several record players; oak desk; commode; sewing machine; radios; Colclspot chest type deep freeze; 30 gal. auto, hot water heater; Warm Morning heater; oil burner with blower; deep well pump; Frigidaire automatic washer; Maytag automatic washer; glass gun case; Hoover sweeper; window fan; and many more items too numerous to mention. CORBINS AUCTION SERVICE. KENT and COOK, Auctioneers. PHONE 343-9033. REMEMBER THIS SALE TO BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE MRS. M. TINCHER, OWNER. FREDERICK ERICKSON. Clerk. PUBLIC SALE OF RIVER PROPERTY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12,1963 AT 10:00 A.M. (DST) at the COURT HOUSE in tha Village of Oi|uawka, of Harvey Brent River Property. This Property is described as: Apart of Fractional Section 14 Township 10 North, Range 6 West of the Fourth Principal Meridian, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a stone at the South Quarter comer of Section Fourteen (14), Township Ten (10) North, Range Six (6) West of the Fourth Principal Meridian; thence west along the south line of Section Fourteen (14), 371.0 feet to the center of the MISSISSIPPI RIVER levee; thence N 12° 15' East 468.9 feet; thence North 07° 50' East 1,397.3 feet to an iron fence post which is the point of beginning; From the point of beginning; thence along said levee North 07° 50'; East 1,241.6 feet; thence North 18' 17' East 571.3 feet; thence North 22° 08' East 554.6 feet; thence North 33° 32' East 799.0 feet; thence North 37' 45' East 354.5 feet; thence North 36° 38' East 225.4 feet to an intersection with the north line of said Section 14; thence South 89° 23' West 450.0 feet to an iron pipe; thence south 89* 23" West approximately 10.0 feet to the edge of the East bank of the MISSISSIPPI RIVER: thence southerly along said east bank approximately 3,204.4 feet; thence east approximately 4.0 feet to an iron pipe; thence east 500.0 feet to the point of beginning, as shown on a plat of survey dated 8-1-1963, and containing 28.4 acres more or less, situated in Henderson County, Illinois. This property is located three (3) miles west, one (1) mile south, one and one-half (l'/a) miles west of the village of Gladstone on the Mississippi River. Thirty (30) lots of this tract are subject to lease for cabin and cottages to persons who have constructed cabins or cottages on the property. These leases run for twenty-five (25) years and each bear an annual rental of thirty-five (35.00) dollars. Property will be sold subject to these leases. There are several open lots which could be leased in the future. Most of these leases have twenty years before they expire. Property will be sold on the following additional terms: Twenty-five per cent (25%) on day of purchase. Balance of purchase price within thirty days with possession, subject to leases, to be given upon delivery of Deed; Sellers will sell the tract as one tract and subject to the above leases; Sellers will be entitled to rentals for the year 1963; 1963 taxes due in 1964 will be paid by Sellers. Above description has been determined by survey heretofore made; Sellers will furnish Chicago Title and Trust Title Insurance to the extent of the amount of purchase price. Leases to the cabin sites will be assigned to purchaser, subject to sellers right to rentals for year 1963. Leases may be inspected at the office of Fort and Fort, Stronghurst, Illinois. Premises may be seen by contacting Edward Burns, Auctioneer, Phone Monmouth 734-3350. GERTRUDE UBY - CLARABELLE PETERSON, Owners Edward Burns, Auctioneer—Monmouth, III.—Pb. 734-3350. Woolsey, Stickney & Lucas, Galesburg, Illinois—Attorneys Fort and Fort, Stronghurst, Illinois—Attorneys.
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