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16 Golesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, III. Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1963 Market Reports Today tggs «nd Poultry Knoxville Road, Galesburg Red Rowe, Hatchery Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7c Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - Produce: Live poultry: Heavy hens 17 %-19^; special fed white rock fryers 18-19: roasters 21^-24. Cheese: Processed loaf 39%44; brick 40-45; Muenster 40-45: Butter: Steady. 93 score 57 %\ 92 score 57%; 90 score 56 %; 89 score 55 Vi. Eggs: Mixed. White large extras 37%; mixed large extras 37; mediums 30%; standards 33 %. Market* at a Glaneo By United Press International Stocks firm in moderately active trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds easier in quiet trading. American stocks irregular. Midwest stocks firm. Cotton futures lower. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans higher. Hogs steady to 25 higher, top 16.40; cattle steady, top 25.25; sheep steady, top 19.50; dressed beef steady, top 42.50; dressed pork loins steady, top 47.00. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)(USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipt 20,000; butchers steady to 35 higher; 1-3 190-240 lbs butchers 14.75-15.50, 1-2 200-230 lbs 15.5015.85; 1-3 240-270 lb 14.50-15.00; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 13.75-14.50; 1-3 350-400 lb 12.75-13.75 ; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.00-12.75; 2-3 500600 lbs 11.00-12.00. New York Stock* NEW YORK market midday Admiral 25% Aldens 21% Allegh Lud 39y 8 Alld Chem 51% Alld Strs 53% Allis Chal 16% (UPI) - Stock prices: Johns-Man 48V4 Kennecott 78% Kresge 27 Vi Kroger 29'/« Lib McN 15% Lockhd 34 Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)Official estimated livestock re- cipts for Wednesday are 10,000 cattle 6,000 hogs and 500 sheep. BACKYARD SALE 350 INDIANA AVE. WED., OCT. 16 - 9 to 4 Wooden Lawn Furnitura, New Itams, Clothing and Mite. Items. LARGE NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE 861 N. Handarson Si. Wad., Oct. 16 — 9:30 to 6 Rain Date — Oct. 17 Womena and mens clothing, girli chubbya, boyi huikiei, dishes, baby furniture and miic. liemi. Not Responsible for Accidenti. BACKYARD SALE 834 E. FIRST ST. Thun., Oct. 17 — 1 :30 to 4 9x12 rug and pad, 2 formal! ilia 12, baby stroller. Home baked goods for sale. Sponsored by Group of Farm Women. Rain Date Friday. Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must be in our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail Alum Ltd 27V 4 Mar Oil 56'A Alcoa 67 Vs Maytag 39% Am Air 29 Min Hnywl 122V4 ABC Pmt 32»/ 8 Minn Min 62% Am Can 45% Monsanto 57 Vs Am Cyan 56 7 /s Mont Ward 38% Am M&F 18% Morrell 23% Am Mtrs 22 Nat Bis 54% Am T&T 22 Nat Can 15% Am Tob 58Vs Nat Dairy 64V 4 Anaconda 50 Nat Gyps 47V4 Armour 39 Nat Ld 74% Atchison 28% NYC 20% Avco 22% No Amn 48% Bendix 48*4 Nor Pac 46 Beth Stl 33 Vi Nor StPwr 34% Boeing 33V 8 Olin Math 42% Borden 64% Outbd M 14% Borg War 49 »/4 Pac Tel 32V 2 Case 10% Pennev 44V 4 Catplr 43% Penn RR 19 Celanese 52% Pepsi Cola 53% Cent Soya 27 Phil Pet 52% C&NW 28% Piper Air 32% Chi RI 26% Pure Oil 40% Chrysler 92V 4 Qua Oats 66V4 Cities Svc 63% RCA 78 Coca Cola 103 Rep Stl 42V 8 Colum Gas 29%Revlon 43% Comm Ed 50% Rexall 37% Cons Ed 86V8 Reyn Tob 41 Cont Can AbVz Safeway 59 Cont Oil 61 Schenley 23V 2 Deere 66% Sears 98% Douglas 20% Shell Oil 43 Dow Chem 58%Simmons 44 Du Pont 244% Sinclair 44% Eastman 111 1 /* So Pac 33% El Auto Li 25% Sperry 18% Erie 3>A Sq D 44 Firestone 38V 8 Std Bds 74 7 / 8 Flintkt 21V4 SO Cal 64% Ford Mtrs 53% SO Ind 63% Fruehauf 28% SO NJ 69% Gen Dyna 23% SO Ohio 66% Gen El 78% STH 5V S Gen Fds 86% stude 7% Gen Mtrs 78V 4 Swift 38 7 /s Gen Tel 27% Texaco WVi Goodrich 56 Texas Inst 81% Goodyear 40V 4 Un Carb 107% Grant WT 25% Un El 27% Gt Nor 53% Un Pac 39% Greyhound 46% Unt Air L 36% Gulf Oil 48 Utd Corp 8% Hupp 7% Utd Fruit 21% 111 Cent 52 Utd Gas 37% 111 Pwr 38% US Gyps 86 Inland Stl 42% US Play C 25% IBM 480 US Rub 48V* Int Harv 59% US Stl 55% Int Nick 60% West Un 32% Int Paper 34% Wstghs El 40 Int T&T 48% Woolworth 73% Iowa P&L 56% Yng S&T 123V 4 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Rummage Sale BY LADIES' AID Mi. Calvary Lutheran Church 74 So. Seminary Thurs. Afternoon 5 to 9:30 p.m. Friday at 1 :30 a.m. NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE «t YARD SALE Gilbert Park, Knoxville. 2>/2 blks south of Standard station oft Division St. Wed. fe Thurs., Oct. 16, 17. 9 to ? Twin size mattress, 1952 Studebaker convertible, mens figure skates, clothing, toys, and games and misc. items. BACKYARD SALE TUESDAY, OCT. 15 4 P.M. to 8 P.M. Cancelled in Case of Rain 1591 MEADOW DRIVE 128 Choice 100 Choice 60 Choice 90 Choice 40 Choice 50 Choice 300 Fancy FOR SALE Nebraska Hereford steers, wt. 860 lbs. Nebraska Hereford steers, wt. 995 lbs. Wyoming steers, wt. 750 lbs. Texas Heifer calves, wt. 540 lbs. Texas steer calves, wt. 475 lbs. Black Whiteface steers, wt. 575 lbs. Warren Ewes, age 4 years old. WALTER SMITH WYOMING, ILLINOIS — 3651 Salesman — Altona — 484-6533 Tool Auction Furniture CORBINS FURNITURE STORE 565 N. WEST STREET WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16th - 7:00 P.M. As we have moved into a smaller place wc have consigned the following merchandise to Corbin's to sell at auction: 2 pc. matching studio lounge and chair, blonde radio and record player combination, Crosley 21" television, matching step end and coffee tables, y Bigelow rugs and pads. Black studio lounge, few Antique pieces. Large round extension maple table with 2 leaves and six extra heavy captains chairs, set of dishes, 17 jewel LeGant pocket watch. 12 Ga. Stevens pump gun, 22 Caliber Automatic rifle. 4 pc. Waterfall bedroom suite. Mahogany bed complete, youth bed complete, White table top gas range, 5 Pc. chrome dinnette set, 20 Gal. glass lined automatic water heater that has never been used, 20 gallon fish aquarium with lights, stand, pump and heater. TOOLS: Rotary mower, 8" table saw and stand, 6'.a" Dormeyer hand saw, paint spiaying outfit complete with motor and 2 guns, large pipe vise, oil heater, oil drum with spigot, extension ladder, step ladder, bench grinder, large assortment ot hand tools, shovels and many other miscellaneous merchandise used by a contractor. Owner* - JACKOBSON AND CONGER CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE Clerk: Fredrick Erickson. Always call Corbin* for your Auction's. Phone 343-9033. Peoria livestock PEORIA, III. (AP)-(USDA) - Hogs 2,500; 1-2 195-225 lb butchers 15.75-16.00; mixed 13 190-250 lbs 15.25-15.75; 1-3 250350 lb sows 14.00-14.50; 1-3 350425 lbs 13.50-14.00 ; 2-3 425-575 lb 13.00-13.50 ; 2-3 575-650 lbs 12.7513.00. Cattle 500; choice 950-1,100 lb slaughter steers 23.50-24.00; package high choice 1,055 lbs 24.50; mixed good and choice 900 - 1,100 lbs 23.25 - 23.75; choice 850-950 lb slaughter heifers 22.75-23.25; mixed good and choice 800-900 lbs 21.75-22.75; calves 5. Sheep 150; choice 90-110 lb slaughter lambs 17.50-18.00; couple high choice 105 lbs at 18.50; utility 80-90 lbs 15.0016.00; few utility slaughter ewes 4.00. Chicago livestock CHICAGO (AP)-(USDA) Hogs 5,500; butchers fully 25 higher and closing steady; mostly 1-2 190-225 lb butchers 16.15-16.40; mixed 1-3 180-240 lbs 15.85-16.25; few late sales 15.6515.75; 2-3 230-260 lbs 15.50-15.85; mixed 1-3 350-400 lb sows 14.0014.50; 400-500 lbs 13.50-14.00; 2-3 500-650 lbs 13.00-13.65. Cattle 2,000; calves none; slaughter steers about steady; short load prime around 1,100 lb slaughter steers 25.25; bulk choice 950-1,200 lbs 23.75-24.50; few loads mostly high choice 1,000-1,200 lbs 24.75-24.85; good 900-1,200 lbs 22.50-23.50; most choice 800-1,050 lb heifers 22.7523.65; small lot prime 1,000 lbs 24.00; utility and commercial cows 14.00-15.50. Sheep 500; wooled slaughter lambs steady; couple lots choice and prime 90 - 105 lb wooled slaughter lambs 19.50; good and choice 80 - 100 lbs 18.00-19.00; cull to good wooled slaughter ewes 4,00-6.00. Bushnell Livestock Market is active. Nos. Is and 2s, 200-220, $15.35-$15.50; mixed 190-260 lbs., $15.00-$15.35; 260300 lbs., $14.50-$15.00; sows steady; bulking at $12.75-$14.25; cattle steady; lambs, steady. Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. & Q. Stockyards Market active, 25 cents higher. Bulk of Eastern shipping hogs, $15.25-$15.50. Top $15.75. Quotations: 200-230 $15.00-$15.75 230-260 $14.65-$15.65 260-300 $14.25-$15.15 Sows: 300-500 $12.50-$14.25 Galesburg Grain Market Consumers Grain & Supply Co. 12:IS P. M. Corn $1.06 Oats $ .62 Soybeans $2.52 Grain Future! CHICAGO (AP) - After two sharp setbacks, soybean futures met active buying support and prices turned strong today on the Board of Trade. The grains were mostly firm to strong. Nearly all soybean contracts moved up about 5 cents a bushel before easing slightly on more liberal selling which dealers said appeared to be profit cashing and perhaps some hedging. In the two previous sessions, losses had amounted more than 15 cents or about half the gains since the bull market began a month ago. Rye posted gains of more than 3 cents on initial transactions. Wheat and corn moved up a cent or so. Wheat was % to 1V4 cents a bushel higher, December $2.11V4 ; corn % to IVs higher, December $1.17%; oats Vt to % higher, December 69% cents; rye 1% to 2V2 cents higher, December $1.49; soybeans 2Vi to 3 Vi higher, November $2.73. Chicago Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat No 1 yellow hard 2.14%. Corn No 2 yellow 1.22; No 3 yellow 1.18-20; No 4 yellow 1.12%-19%; No 5 yellow 1.14V4 - I6V4: sample grade yellow 1.05-07. No oats sales. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2 .74 -76; No 2 yellow 2 .73-75. Sovbean oil 9V4a. Wheat was V2 • 2Va cents a bushel higher at the close, De cember $2.12%-%; corn 1% 2% higher, December $1.18%; oats %-V/i higher, December 7OV2 cents; rye 4 -4V4 higher December $1.52%; soybeans 6 -7% higher, November $2 .77%-77. Diamond and other minerals are present in the high moun tains of Basutoland, but they have yet to be profitably mined. Dial 343-8771 — 342-6923 Before Noon, After 7:30 p.m. WINDOWS WASHED EAVES (LEANED GARAGE SALE 1430 Florence Ave. Wed., Oct. 16 — 9 to ? Pressure cooker, clothing, ceiling light fixtures, misc. items. VERY REASONABLE. Rain Date — Frl., Oct. 18. Backyard Sale 1610 WILLARD WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16 9 to ? MONEY NONE YOU NEED To Buy This Late Model Chevy 2 Ton Truck With New Motor, Hydra Dump Body. WHY PAY MORE? Terms: Most Any Way We Give Worthmore One Dollar Stamps FISHER SALES CO. Joy, III. Ph. 584-2311 MEN WOMEN TOP MONEY Training in I.B.M., Key Punch and Tab Installations qualifies you for salary range from $300 to $600 monthly. Free Placement Assistance BUDGET TERMS — TRAIN AT HOME in spare time followed by short residence training. Don't delay, write now for free details and requirements. No obligation. Box 860, c-o Register-Mail. PUBLIC AUCTION of Shop Tools and Antiques 686 WEST BERRIEN ST., GALESBURG SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19th 1:30 P.M. SHARP Due lo the death of my husband I will sell tools and antiques as follows: Big ctrill press on stand complete with motor; big air compressor; 6 inch bench saw; "Craftsman." plainer; pipe vise; pipe cutter; 2 pipe threaders and dies; paint gun; "Eclipse" bench grinder, like new with double grinding disk: wood plaines; hammers; wood and steel bits; pipe wrenches; tool chest; garage creeper; hand and elect, reel type mowers; can hook: well auger; hack saw; hand saws; levels, bars; chisels; punches; lathe; axe; 9x12 rug; misc. tool.'. ANTIQUES — Butter tester; "coats," spool chest: mahogany love seat and rocker; pie cupboard; picture frames; tea leaf china consisting of covered butter dish, big platter and i plates; covered tureen; kero lanterns; kero. lamp; vasoline glass server; copper boilers; round oak table; sad iron and holder; youth chair; fruit spoon; rose pattern china commode; books: umbrella lamp; eight, bell shaped Sweedish sleigh bells on strap; 30 small round sleigh bells on strap; small, gum glass showcase; walnut dry sink; walnut center table; clock: double barrel muzzel loading shotgun in excellent condition; big powder horn hand carved by "Joanna Hewitt" dated 1880; 1 pr. of copper powder b shot horns; horn full of shot; big varnished gun rack for six guns with cabine at top and storage space at base; old wooden plaines; Articles too numerous to mention. CONSIGNED — A good 14 it. Run-a-bout Boat and Trailer. MRS. J. D. INNESS, Owner Cecil R. Moore. Auctioneer. Ph. 343-3973. George Bealer. Clerk. TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible for Accidents. Always call "Moores" for a well planned auction. Remember, the more I can gel for you the more I get for myself. Chlcag* Oraln Rant* CHICAGO (AP)— Pfev. High Low Close close Wheat Dec 2 12% 2.10% 2.12V4 2.HH4 Mar 2.13% 2.11% 2.12% 2.11 May 2.10 2.07 2.09 2.07 Jul 1.77% 1.75% J .75% 1.75 Sep 1.79V4 1.77 1.77% 1.77 Corn Dec 1.18% 1.17V4 1.18% 1.16% Mar 1.22% 1.20% 1.22% l.tttt May 1.24% 1.22% 1.24% 1.22V4 Jul 1.25% 1.24V4 1.25% 1.23% Sep 1.22% 1.21% 1.22% 1.21 Oats Dec .70% .69% .70% .69V4 Mar .73% .71% .72% .71% May .72% .71% .72% .71% Jul .67% .66% .67% .66% Rye Dec 1.52% 1.46% 1.52% 1.47y 4 Mar 1.55ft 1.51 1.55V4 1.50V4 May 1.55 1.50% 1.54% 1.49% Jul 1.47 1.44 1.47 1.42% Soybeans Nov 2.7SVi 2.71 2.77 2.69% Jan 2.83 2.74% 2.81% 2.74V 4 Mar 2.85% 2.79 2.84% 2.76% May 2.88% 2.81 2.87V4 2.79% Jul 2.89% 2.83 V* 2.88% 2.81% Aug 2.85% 2.80 2.84% 2.78% Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP) - Nearly all interests were on the buying side on the grain futures market today and prices generally were strong on the Board of Trade. Some what contracts reached season highs on advances ranging to more than two cents a bushel. Corn advanced a cent to more than two cents and soybeans to well bver six cents at times. Brokers credited much of the support in soybeans to talk that the Russian trade mission might be interested in soybean oil as well as wheat. Carlot receipts were estimated at: wheat 1 car, corn 95, oats 2, rye none, barley 16, soybeans 51. 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 342-3241. Mrs. Grace E. Zugg, operator. HELP WANTED Experienced Tractor Mechanic, must be qualified and aggressive, looking for advancement. Good pay, good working conditions. FISHER SALES CO. Joy, 111. — Ph. 584-2311 Dew Jorto* Av*r*§ to NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT avenges: 30 Indus 742.87 up 1.03 20 rails 109.39 Up 0.17 15 utils 138.96 up 0.34 65 stocks 260.88 Up 0.39 Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Steels and selected issues did better late this afternoon and the stock market displayed an irregularly higher edge. Trading was mod' erately active. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.6 million shares compared with 4.28 million Monday. U.S. Steel was up a full point and Jones & Laughlin well over that. Bethlehem and Republic Steel added fractions. Xerox spurted half a dozen points, IBM more than 3. U.S. Smelting and Control Data rose' more than 2. Sugars continued their rally. American Crystal Sugar was up 2, Central Aguirre more than a point, South Puerto Rico Sugar and Great Western Sugar around a point each. Sunray DX oil ran up about 2, Sterling Drug and J. Ray McDermott more than a point each. Chrysler was active and frac tionally higher following its steep loss of Monday. American HOUSE FOR SALE • 19 AVENUE B $9,000 Modern 8 room and bath, basemen, stoker heat, garage. Will sell on contract. 343-3239 ASSISTANT MANAGER WANTED at Five Minute Car Wash, 1585 N. Henderson. Apply in person. FOR SALE 15 Open Hampshire Gilts. Priced According to the Market. EUGENE CARLSON Gllson, 111. 289-7424 FARMERS ATTENTION New galvanised 22 gauge building sheets. Sc a square foot. Sheets 3x20' — S3.00. 400 N. WHITESBORO Phone 342-0816 PUBLIC AUCTION of of Ken-Ray Gas and Elec., 109 So. Main, Abingdon, III. As we have sold our building and discontinuing the retail business we will sell the following office equipment, appliances and parts at Public Auction on THURS. EVENING, OCT. 17,1963 At 8:30 O'clock OFFICE EQUIPMENT Mosler safe; Haskell office desk; Haskell sec. desk; Allen-Wales elec. adding machine; National elec. cash register; Paymaster check protector; 2 drawer file cabinet; 36 drawer file cabinet; 24 drawer file cabinet; drawer card file; 2 Good Form Posture desk chairs. APPLIANCES ETC. Magic Chef built-in oven & burners new; Radio and TV equipment and parts; TV and radio speakers; oil burners; elec. motors; 2—100 amp. and one 200 amp. safety switch's; misc. tools; flexible steel tubing; Brass fittings; misc. elec. supplies; light fixtures; misc. sheet metal, pipe fittings, etc.; work benches and cabinets; new small tape recorder; 2 new Puritron's; few clocks; new dishes and other small appliances; shelving lumber; hundreds of items too numerous to mention. Pair 8 ft. pickup truck tool cabinets. TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible for Accidents. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Lankford, Owners Auctioneers: LEWIS G. MARKS and MICHAEL E. MARKS. Clerks: CARROLL MARKS at KEITH BROWN. WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES. INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE EVERY THURSDAY Starting Promptly at 12 O'clock Noon Gat aid B. Fisher, Owner and Manager Phone 734-2916 or 734-6611 Monmouth, Illinois ADVANCE LISTINGS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 23 Choice native Angus steer and heifer calves, wt. around 425 lbs. 30 Good to choice native yearling steers, wt. from 550 lbs. to 600 lbs. 35 Good to choice native mixed steers and heifers, wt. from 425 lbs. to 575 lbs. 85 Choice Angus steer calves, wt. from 400 lbs. to 550 lbs. to sell in load lots. 80 Choice Angus heifer calves, wt. from 325 lbs. to 425 lbs. to sell in load lots. 50 Good to choice Hereford steer calves, wt. from 400 lbs. to 450 lbs. to sell in load lots. 50 Good to choice yearling steers, wt. from 525 lbs. to 650 lbs. to sell in load lots. 250 Hamp shoats, wt. from 60 lbs. to 80 lbs., vacc. 105 Duroc cross shoats, wt. from 70 lbs. to 90 lbs., vacc. Hogs from other sale barns will not be accepted. Stocker and feeder cattle offered at private sale daily. 275 Choice Angus steer calves, wt. from 400 lbs. to 550 lbs. on hand. 200 Choice Angus heifer calves, wt. from 300 lbs. to 400 lbs. on hand. 75 Good to choice Hereford steer calves, wt. from 400 lbs. to 475 lbs. on hand. 120 Good to choice yearling steers, wt. from 525 lbs. to 650 lbs. on hand. - AUCTIONEER* HAROLD SACKMAN MORTON PRATT Motors, briskly traded, was slightly lower. Trans World Airlines, up a fraction, and Pan American World Airways (ex dividend*, off slightly, were also among the active issues. Prices were mixed on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate and U.S. governments bonds were mixed. Cows Take Stroll NATIONAL CITY, Calif. (UPI)—When an excited motorist telephoned that "a bunch of cows walked through a red light," police embarked on an impromptu cattle roundup Monday. It took eight policemen two hours to corral 40 animals which had strolled away from a meat packing pen near this San Diego suburb. Headless Peter, a drummer boy who was robbed and beheaded a few centuries ago, is said to appear regularly at Dover Castle, England, beating a ghostly tattoo as he marches through the corridors. COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 8-2103 Gllson, 111. Galesburg. 111. — 342-6234 Public Notice Final tax salt will be held at 1:30 O'clock Friday. Oct. 11. 1963. CARL T. GOETHE County Collector. FOR SALE S-Room Modern House. 2 Bedrooms. Completely remodeled. New gas furnace. New double garage. 304 E. COAL Wataga — Ph. 37S-671S CLERK- STENOGRAPHER CITY OF GALESBURG Clerk. Stenographer wanted for City oi Galesburg. Pension plan, two weeks vacation leave, sick leave, fully paid group insurance, 40-hour week. Salary range $265.00—3339.00 month, Starting salary based on qualifications. Apply at City Manager'* Office, City Hall. Charires Reversed TOKYO (UPI) - South Viet Nam has been accused of sending troops into the demilitarised zone between South Viet Nam and Communist North Viet Nam, the Communist New China News Agency said today. In a broadcast monitored here, New China said the complaint was made to the International Control Commission in Viet Nam by the North Viet Nam army command. Orphans Complain EPINAL, France (UPI) Forty-five orphans fled their or* phanage Monday and sought refuge in a local vicarage, claiming they were overworked. Local officials said they were investigating the children's claims that the orphanage director made them pick flowers which he sold at a profit. MIXED HAY WANTED Can or a**—atu Sown, nra CBfcO STOCKYAJIOI Oalesburfl, lit—T«l MI-MIS Wertheimer Cattle Co. Ine,— 10 DAY SALE Brand New Case 600 Combine $4796.00 Brand New Case S Bottom Plow Tractor $3121.25 First Come — First Served TERMS We Give Worthmore One Dollar Stamps FISHER SALES CO. Joy, III. Ph. 584 -2311 BOOK ABINGDON FEEDS NOW FARMERS this is money In your pocket. NO GIMMICKS or PRIZES, JUST DISCOUNTS FOR TOP QUALITY FEED at REAL SAVINGS ABINGDON MILLING CO. Phone 89 Abingdon, HI. CLOSING OUT FARM SALE Having decided to move to Missouri, I will sell at Public Auction my entire herd of Dairy Cows, Hogs and complete line of machinery at the farm located 3 miles East of Edwards on Route 8, or 7 miles Northwest of Peoria on Route 8, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1963 Beginning At 10:30 A.M. 50 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE 15 Holstein Cows, milking now, 2 will be fresh by day of sale; 2 Guernsey Cows, fresh with calves by side; 5 Holstein Heifers, fresh with calves by side; 8 Holstein Heifers, 15 months old; 2 Shorthorn Heifers, 6 months old; 3 Holstein Heifers, 6 months old: 2 Holstein Steers, 6 months old; Angus Cow, 2 years old, fresh, with calf by side; Angus Heifer, 15 months old; Black Whiteface, 18 months old; 4 Black and Holstein Calves, 4 months old; 6 Small Calves, 4 to 6 weeks old. This herd will milk from 5-8 gals, per day when fresh. 2-Unit DeLaval Milker with stall cocks; Stainless Steel Wash Vats; 250-Gal. Stainless Steel (inside and out) John Wood bulk tank; Stainless Steel Strainer. 300 HEAD OF HOGS 55-Gal. John Wood Water Heater; 270 Feeder Shoats, vaccinated for cholera and ery.; 30 Open Gilts; 3,000 Bales Alfalfa; 400 Bales Straw; 350 Bales Oats Stubble; 500 Bales Beans and Sudan Grass Hay; 50 Bales Clover Hay, FARMING EQUIPMENT 1954 A-CWD 45 Gas Tractor with M&W pistons and sleeves; 1956 A-C 4-row Cultivator; 1954 A-C 2-row Cultivator; 1956 A-C Model 33 Corn Picker; 1956 A-C 12-ft. Wheel Disc; 1951 A-C Model 60 Combine with motor; 1952 A-C Roto Baler, with new bands; A-C Hydraulic Cylinder; International 4-bar Side Delivery Rake, on rubber; 1949 M.M. "U" Tractor with hydraulic; 1951 M. & M. Semi-mounted Mower; 1963 M. M. 3-point hitch Mower; 1963 John Deere 18x7 Grain Drill, double disc and grass attachments, like new; 1963 M.M. Twine Baler, baled 3,000 bales bed with 7-ton hydraulic hoist; No. 41 Kewanee Gear with 6 ply nylon tires, 7x10 bed with 6-ton hydraulic hoist; No. 41 Kewanee Gear with 8-ply nylon tires, 7x14; 4-row Dunham Rotary Hoe; 4-section Hotchkiss Harrow; 4-row International 450 Planter with fertilizer atachment and disc openers; Rubber Tired Gear with flared box; Endgate Fertilizer Spreader; 10" Case Hammer Mill on trailer; New Idea 44-ft. Wide Elevator; 3-horse Electric Motor and Speed Jack; Stanhoist Manure Loader for WD45; Ear Corn Dryer; 2-wheel Trailer; 1.000-Gal. Water Tank; Hog Feeders; 8x12 Brooder House; Life Time Tank with 4 Hog Waterers; 300-Gal. Gas Tank and Stand; 300-Gal. Gas Tank; 300-Gal. Fuel Tank and Stand; Carry-All; Meyers Bale Loader; 6 "A" Hog Houses; Stock Tank; 6-pen Farrowing House. HOWARD A. HAUK TERMS: Cash. No property to n« tamovad until aatllad for. Lunch will b« served on the grounds. Not Responsible for Accidents. Auctioneers! COL. J. M. BLISS and COL. E. S. BLISS, Phona Princevllle 385-4464 or 315-4710. Clerks: ALBERT MEGAN and J. R. SCHELKOPF. PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming I will hold a Public Sale at the farm located 4 miles West of Galva to the Bishop Hill Road, then 3 miles North, or 1 mile North of Bishop Hill, Illinois, on THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1963 STARTING AT 1 O'CLOCK P.M. DST Farm Machinery 1951 Oliver Model 88 Diesel Tractor; 1959 Oliver 4-Row Cultivator; International 3-Bottom 16-inch Hydraulic Plow; Kewanee No. 10 Wheel Disk; 1946 Ford Tractor; Ford 2-Bottom 14-inch Plow; Ford Pulley; John Deere 12-ft. Grain Drill with Grass Seed Attachment; Oliver 2-Row Pull Type Corn Picker, rear elevator; John Deere No. 490 Corn Planter; John Deere 4-Section Harrow; John Deere No. 5 Tractor Mower; New Idea Side Delivery Rake; Heavy Duty Rubber Tired Running Gear with 5-ton Hoist and 6x12 Barge Box, like new; Stalk Shredder; Manure Spreader; Old Wagon; John Deere 2-Row Corn Planter with 3-Point Hitch; International Weed Chopper; Electric Fencer; John Deere Tire Pump; V4-Horsepower Electric Motor, good; Vi -Horsepower Electric Motor, good. Other articles too numerous to mention. Some Household Goods Will Be Sold At This Sale. TERMS: CASH. NO LUNCH ON GROUNDS ROBERT KENNEY, Owner HOLLAND UNDSEY and ROBERT LJNDSEY, Auctioneers. DALE NELSON, CLERK. Not Responsible for Accidents,

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