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14 foHaihuro Rcofs^r-MQil, Gql«sburo Tuesdey ,JjLiJv .9 t Jfil orts Today New York Stocks NEW YORK (w»D - stock market midday prices: Admiral ttfc lftt Nick 62 Alderw Wk tilt TAT 50% Allegh Lud 3714 Iowa PAL 57tt Alld Chem 60 Johns-Man 4? Alld Sitrs 82% Kennecott 73% Allis Chal 18% Kresge 23Y4 Alum Ltd 26% Kroger 30 Alcoa 67 Lockhd 56 Am Air 25% Mar Oil 59% ABC Pmt 30% Maytag 35% Am Can 46% Min Hnywl 102% Am Cyan 59% Minn Min 59% Am MAP 20% Monsanto 50% Am Mtrs 18% Mont Ward 37% Am T&T 122% Nat Bis 53%. Am Tob 28% Nat Can 16 Anaconda 49% Nat Dairy 65% Armour 42% Nat Gyps 47 Atchison 29% Nat Ld 72% Avco 28% NYC 21% Bendix 51% No Amn 59 Beth Stl 30% Nor Pac 46% Boeing 35% . Nor St Pwr 36% Borden 63% Olin Math 42% Borg War 45% Outbd M 11% Case 9% Pac Tel 32 Catplr 45% Penney 42% Celanese 48% Penn RR 19% Celotex 28 Pepsi Cola 55% Cent Soya 28% Phil Pet 52% C&NW 26 Piper Air 28 Chi HI 25% Pure Oil 44% Chrysler 62% Qua Oats 67% Cities Svc 67 RCA 70% Coca Cola 94% Reo Stl 36% Colum Gas 30 Revlon 44 Comm Ed 49% Rexall 35% Cons Ed 86% Reyn«Tol>39% Cont Can 47% Safeway 60 Cont Oil 61 Schenley 21% Deere 63% Sears 89% Douglas 23% Shell Oil 43% Dow Chem 60% Simmons 41 Du Pont 244 Sinclair 46 Eastman 108% So Pac 36 EI Auto Li 25% Sherry 15% Erie 3% Sq D 45% Firestone 34% Std Bds 74% Flintkt 22% SO Cal 66% Ford Mtrs 52% SO Ind 60% Friden 36 SO NJ 69% Fruehauf 29% SO Ohio 61% Gen • Dyna 26% Stude 6% Gen El 80% Swift 39% Gen Fds 83% Texaco 73% Gen Mtrs 70% Texas Inst 76% Gen Tel 24% Un Carb 104% Goodrich 48 Un El 27% Goodyear 34% Un Pac 41% Grant WT 23% Utd Air L 37% Gt Nor 53 Utd Corp 8% Greyhound 40% Utd Fruit 27% Gulf Oil 47%. . Utd Gas 39% , Homestake 51 US Gyps 82% Hupp 7 US Rub 45% 111 Cent 56 US Stl 47% 111 Pwr 39 West Un 27% Inland Stl 39% Wstghs Ab 31 IBM 440 Wstghs El 35% Int Harv 59% Woolworth 70% Int Paper 29% Yng S&T 100% Pinal Oratft Review CHICAGO (AP) - Considerably lighter selling and a revived moderate demand strengthened most grain futures contracts today in rather slow transactions on the Board of Trade. Speculators who liquidated soybeans or sold them short during Monday's weakness were on the buying side today and prices moved up from the start. In the early afternoon, all contracts were well ahead, over a cent with some of the new crop months holding gains of more than two cents. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 128 cars, corn 37 cars, oats 1, rye none, barley 8, soybeans 15. Wheat was %-2% cents a bushel lower at the close, July $1.83; corn %-l% higher, July $1.29% %; oats unchanged to 1% higher, July 68%-% cents; rye % lower to % higher, July $1.26%-%; soybeans % to 1% higher, July $2. 65%-%. Buthnoll livestock Market is steady. Top $18.25; 200-220 pounds, $17.75-$18.00; 220260 pounds, $17.25-$17.75; sows steady; bulking at $13.50-$15.75; cattle strong; lambs, steady. Galesburg Hog Mark*! Galcsburg Order Buyers C. B. ft Q. Stockyards Market steady. Bulk of Eastern shipping loss $17.75 tO $18.00, top $18.25. Quotations: 200-220 $17.50-$18.25 220-250 $17.00-$18.10 250-300 $16.00-$17.50 Packing Sows: $12.50 to $15.25. 1.83% 1.85% 1.91% 1.83 1.84% 1.90% Chicago Grain CHICAGO (API- High Low Wheat Jul Sep Dec Mar May 1964 Jul Sep Corn Jul 1.94% 1.93% 1.90% 1.88% 1.66% 1.64% 1.70% 1.67% Range Prev. Close close 1.83 1.83% 1.84% 1.85, 1.90% 1.91% 1.93% 1.93% 1.88% 1.89% 1.65% 1.66 1.67% 1.69% Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jul Sep Dec Mar May Rye Jul Sep Dec Mar May 1.29% 1.25 1.19% 1.23% 1.25% , .68% .69% .72 , .73% .73% 1.28 1.24 1.19% 1.22% 1.24% .67% .68% .71% .73% .73% 1.29% 1.24% 1.19% 1.22% 1.25 1.27% 1.23% 1.18% 1.22 1.24% 1.26% 1.25% 1.30% 1.29% 1.33% 1.32% 1.35% 1.34% 1.32% 1.32 Soybeans Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May 2.67 2.65 2.68% 2.66% 2.67% 2.65% 2.67% 2.65 2.71% 2.68% 2.73% 2.7W4 2.76 2.73 .68% .67% .68% .68% .71% .71% .73% .73% .73% .73% 1.26% 1.26% 1.29% 1.29% 1.32% 1.32% 1.35 1.34% 1.32% 1.31% 2.65% 2.64% 2.66% 2.66 2.66% 2.65 2.66 2.64% 2.69% 2.68% 2.72 2.71 2.74 2.73 The world's highest average annual temperature, 88 degrees Fahrenheit, is found at Lugh Ferrandi, Somalia, Africa. REPORT OF CONDITION of Anderson State Bank Of ONEIDA in the State of Illinois At the close of business on June 29, 1963. Published in response to call of The Director of Financial Institutions of the State of Illinois. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection $ 774,342.23 2. United States Government obligations $1,348,818.75 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions - 203,511.28 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures 90,088.12 5. Total securities 1,642,418.15 8. Loans and discounts (including $61.82 overdrafts) 1,415,006.59 9. Less reserve for bad debts 45,728.90 10. Bank premises owned $7,843.83, furniture and fixtures 11,304.56 11. Real estate owned other than bank premises 14. Other assets (Item 6 of "Other Assets" schedule).. 1,642,418.15 1,369,277.69 19.248.39 1.00 5,041.21 15. TOTAL ASSETS $3,810,328.67 LIABILITIES 16.Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 17. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 18. Deposits of U. S. Government (including postal savings) 19. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 16 to 21) ....$3,475,394.11 (a) Total demand deposits .... 1,912,877.69 (b) Total time and savings deposits .. 1,562,516.42 1,703,652.24 1,562,516.42 6,433.94 202,791.51 27. TOTAL LIABILITIES 3,475,394.11 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 28.Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $100,000.00 100,000.00 29. Surplus - 100,000.00 30. Undivided profits - 84,934.56 31. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 50,000.00 32. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 334,934.56 33. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $3,810,328.67 I, A. B. Anderson, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct-Attest: A. B. ANDERSON, Cashier J. H. ANDERSON MARGARET ANDERSON Directors State of Illinois, County of Knox, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd day of July, 1963. My commission expires Feb. 1966.1 (SEAL) VERNON E. REED, Notary Public Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 7,000; 1-2 190-225 lb butchers 18.50-18.75; mixed 1-3 190-230 lbs 18.00-18.50; 230-250 lbs 17.75-18.25; 2-3 250-270 lbs 17.50-17.75 ; 270-300 lbs 17.00-17.50; load 1-3 around 285 lb sows 16.75; 350-400 lbs 14.50-15.25 ; 400-450 lb 13.50-14.50; 23 450-550 lb 12.75-13.50. Cattle 3,500; calves none; slaughter steers strong to 50 higher; two loads mostly prime 1,3251,450 lb slaughter steers 26.50; a few loads high choice and prime 1,200-1,375 lb 25.75-26.00; bulk of choice 900-1,350 lbs 24.75-26.00; good 22.00-24.00; load high choice 900 lb slaughter heifers 24.75; few lots and loads choice 800-1,050/lb 23.25-24.50; few good 22.00-23.00; utility and commercial cows 14.50-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 19.00-20.50. Sheep 700; spring slaughter lambs steady; several packages choice and prime 80-100 lb spring lambs 20.00-21.50; cull to good slaughter ewes 4.50-6.50. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 17,000; demand fair, butchers steady to 25 lower; sows mostly steady, instances 25 lower; 1-3 190-230 lb butchers 17.50-18.00, mostly 17.50-17.75; 1-2 190-230 lbs 18.00-18.35; 1-3 230-250 lbs 16.7517.50; 2-3 230-270 lbs 16.25-17.00; 1-3 280-330 lb sows 14.50; 500 lbs 12.50-13.50 ; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.5012.50. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP)—(USDA)— Hogs 2,500; 1-2 190-220 lb butchers 18.25-18.50; mixed 1-3 180-250 lbs 17.75-18.25; 1-3 300-390 lb sows 15.00-16.00; 2-3 370-450 lbs 14.0015.00. Cattle 500; phoice 1,000-1,100 lb slaughter steers 24.00 - 24.75; mixed good and choice 900-1,200 lbs 23.50-24.00; choice 800-1,100 lb slaughter heifers 23.50-24.50; good and choice 900-1,100 lbs 22.5023.50; calves 31; prime vealers 28.00-29.00; choice 25.00-28.00. Sheep 160; moderately active, all classes steady; prime 90-100 lb spring lambs 20.50-21.25; choice 90-100 lbs 19.50-20.50; utility- to choice shorn slaughter ewes with No. 3 pelts 2.00-6.00. Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts for Wednesday are 10,000 cattle, 6,500 hogs and 500 sheep. Chicago Cash Grains CHICAGO (AP)—Wheat No 1 red 1.86%-87Vfe; No 1 hard 1.99%; No 1 mixed 1.97 V;. Corn No 1 yellow 1.34V-35VJ; No 2 yellow 1.34- yellow 1.30V2. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 72. Soybeans No 3 yellow 2.68%. Soybean oil 9b. NOTICE The Board of Review of Knox County, Illinois, will receive complaints, which must be made in writing, signed and sworn to in triplicate and can be filed with the Clerk of said Board each day (Sunday and legal Holidays accepted) up to and including August 1st, 1963. Said filing of complaints must be between July 10th and August 1st, 1963. After August 1st, you will be notified as to the date and hour of the hearings on your complaint. Hearings will be held in the Office of the Board of Review on the third floor of the Court House in Galesburg, Illinois. By order of the Board of Review D. Reece Jones, Chairman. 7/2-9-16-23-25; 5t. NOTICE TO BIDDERS The deadline for the receiving of sealed bids on 100 Parking Meters for the City of Galesburg, Illinois, originally scheduled for 1:30 P.M., C.D.T., Julv 12, 1963. is hereby extended to 10 A.M., C.D .T., July 25, 1063. Bid forms may be obtained at the office of the City Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Michael A. Gravino Purchasing Agent 7/9; 1963; IX lojt and Poultry Red ttowe, Hatchery Kfioxvtlte Road, Galesburg Large clean Eggs ............28c Under grade Eggs .....16c Leghorn Hens 8e Heavy Hens ?c Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPl) - Produce: Live poultry: barred rock fry* ers 21; special fed White Rock fryers 19-20; roasters 23Vfe'26. Cheese processed loaf 39-44; brick 39-43H; Swiss Grade A 6055; B 49-53. Butter steady; 93 score 57Vfe; 92 score 57%; 90 score 55%; 89 score 54 3 /4. Eggs steady; white large extras WA; mixed large extras 30%; mediums 25; standards 28%. Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP)-Prices started off generally firm in the grain futures market on the Board of Trade today with soybeans mcv- ing up well over two cents a bushel in spots. The grains advanced mostly fractions although corn was up a cent or so during the first several minutes of moderately active dealings. Brokers said the revived demand appeared to be largely speculative reinstatement of long positions that had been liquidated during the sharp setbacks of Monday. Traders said there had been ho changes in the factors from those which guided Monday's market when prices were weak all around. They added, however, that the heavy selling seemed to have run its course for the present. W eat was % cent a bushel higher to 1 cent lower, July "$1.83 %; corn % to lVs higher, July $1.29; oats % higher to Vs lower, July 67% cents; rye Ys to % higher, July $1.26%; soybeans iYt to 2 cents higher, July $2.66. TIZZY By Kate Osann Markets at a Glance , By United Press International Stocks higher in moderate trad ing. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds easier in quiet trading. American stocks firm. Midwest stocks higher. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans higher. Hogs steady to 25 lower, top 18.75; cattle strong to 50 higher, top 26.50; sheep steady, top 22.00; dressed beef fully 50 higher, top 44.00; dressed pork loins steady, top 49.00. Tempo Steps Up In 28th Jr. Chicago Meet CRYSTAL LAKE, 111. (AP) — Competition picks up today in the 28th annual junior championship of- the Chicago District Golf Association. Led y Bob Zender of Skokie and Bill Lee of Dolton, the low 60 scores and ties out of an origi nal field of 161 will compete Wednesday for the title vacated by Ray Barnhart of Downers Grove. Barnhart could not defend his title this year since he has passed his 21st birthday. Zender and Lee grabbed a first place tie in the opening round with two-over-par 74s over the Crystal Lake Country Club which has a par of 36-36—72 and measures 6,450 yards. They were followed by Mike O'Connell of Carthage and Larry Furlong of Chicago with 75s. Tied with 76 are Greg Gilroy of Waukegan; Judd Hanson, La Grange; Sonny Brauer, Aurora; Al Mc- Lo 'Mi. Evanston; Wav Thompson, Palatine; John Fleming, Highland Park, John Proctor III, Flossmoor and Greg Pitzer, Waukegan. READ THE WANT ADS! CASH FOR GOOD USED FURNITURE W« Need it Nowl Call COFFEY'S USED FURNITURE 325 W. South St.—Ph. 343-8365 Dal* CoJfey—Auct. BACKYARD SALE WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 1282 ROCK ISLAND 300 Gal. Oil Drum, Record Player, Baby Buggy, Dress**, DUh«», Etc. Backyard Sale 910 MADISON. KNOXVILLE WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 Baby clothing, furniture and Misc. Item*. Something lor Everyone. "Will you be using the record player tonight? Jeannie lent me 150 records and I have to return them by tomorrow morning!" Wall Street NEW YORK (AP)—The stock market held fairly good gains in a general recovery late this afternoon. Trading was moderate. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.5 million shares compared with 3.29 million Monday. , Key stocks made gains of fractions to about a point, recouping part of the losses taken in the previous session's sharp decline. Rails were up on a broad front as hope prevailed that President Kennedy's proposals would avert the threat of a national railroad strike Thursday. Recoveries by the more volatile issues ran to several points. Xerox was up about 6, IBM 5, Polaroid 4, U.S. Smelting 2. Chrysler paced motors with a rise exceeding a point. Other leading automakers posted fractional gains. 1 up about a point were Texaco, Liggett & Myers, Westinghouse Electric, Kennecott, Control Data, Merck, Radio Corp. and Jones & Laughlin. Airlines, tobaccos, building materials, aerospace issues, mail-order-retails and chemicals were mostly higher. Prices.on the American Stock Exchange were irregularly higher. Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. government bonds continued their decline. Oow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPD—Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages; 30 indus 714.39 up 3.73 20 rails 174.55 up 2.48 15 utils 139.44 up 0.21 65 stocks 257.08 up 1.71 BULLETIN PITTSBURGH (UPD — Three passenger cars and a bus collided in a violent and fiery crash on the Penn Lincoln Parkway today. Witnesses reported five or six persons burned to death in the flaming wreckage of one car. One of the dead was a 5-year-old boy. Backyard Sale 1421 WILLARD WED. Ic THURS. — July 10-11 9 'til dark Toyi, clothing, furniture and Miscellaneous. BACKYARD SALE 1045 NORTH HENDERSON TUESDAY—6 P.M. to 9 P.M. WEDNESDAY—9 A.M. to 11 100 African Violets. Antique lamps, dishes, iurniture, power lawn mower, clothing, misc. Galesburg Grain Market Consumers Grain * Supply Co. 12:15 P. M. WHEAT $1.82 Corn (old) $1.21 No. 2 (new) $1.06 OATS $ 58 SOYBEANS (old) $2.52 No'. 1 (new) $2.47 Collision Is Probed by Police A police accident report indicated that no charges were filed, pending further investigation of an accident Monday shortly before 7 p.m. at North and Seminary Streets. Involved were a northbound taxicab driven by Carmen J. Keim, 56, of 347 E. Main St., and an eastbound auto driven by Miss Lucy J. Cooper, 16, of Galesburg, Route 3. Miss Cooper was taken by squad' car to St. Mary's Hospital and Mrs. Louise Swedenberg, 58, of 1353 E. Losey St., passenger in the cab, was moved by First and Puckett ambulance to Cottage Hospital. - Neither remained as patients, according to hospital reports. Steady Work NASHVILLE, Tenn. (NEA) — Art Guepe coached Vanderbilt football squads for 10 years, longer than anyone except Dan McGugin. Carmen Mauro, former major league outfielder, coaches the University of Washington baseball team. FOR SALE 1960 Fleetwood Cadillac Low mileage, full power, air conditioned. Can be seen CITIES SERVICE STATION Henderson at Dayton Sts. BASEMENT SALE Dahinda, III. Eugene Little residence next to Happy Hollow Lake gate. Clothes, baby bed, stroller, windows, davenport and miscellaneous Items. — ALL WEEK. Backyard Sale 750 S. FARNHAM WED., July 10-8 to 5 Rain Date Thurs., July 11 Backyard Sale 486 LOMBARD ST. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 9 to 5 AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 13th 10 A.M. Good Income Property 2 APARTMENT HOUSE 784 Ella St. 5 rooms and bath down, 4 rooms and bath up. Private entrance, double garage, gas heat, large beautiful lot. Lovely $creened and glassed-in porches (both up and down.) Immediate possession. To be Sold by CORBIN AND KENT AUCTIONEERS (If not sold before sale date) Shown by appointment call Dick Wilcpyen 343-4979 or auctioneer Cotton Crop Shows Decline WASHINGTON (UPl )-4e July 1 cotton acreage report indicates that the 1963 cotton crop may be nearly two million bales below the 1962 crop. Such a reduction would mean a cut of about the same size In the amount of cotton accumulated in government Warehouses through the price support program. The cotton acreage report Monday showed that farmers have planted the 1963 crop on 14,856,000 acres. This is 9 per cent less than the 16.3 million acres planted last year. The Agriculture Department has asked recommendations from wool producers on the incentive price level for shorn wool for the 1964 marketing year. The department needs the recommendations by July 31. The Crop Reporting Board said sales of carnations, chrysanthemums, gladioli and roses grown in six selected states had a wholesale value of $59 .6 million in 1962. This total is nearly 3.4 million more than the wholesale value reported for the same cut flowers in i:>62. States included in the survey were California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Iowa and New York. Values by flowers were: Chrysanthemums, $18.5 million; carnations, $17.1 million; roses, $12.2 million; and gladioli, $11.9 million. Seeded Players Win Opening Round Matches MILWAUKEE (AP)-All seeded entrants, led by top-ranked Marty Riessen of Evanston, HI., won opening round matches in men's singles , in the Western Open Tennis Tournament at the Town Club Monday. Riessen, National Collegiate Athletic Association champion from Northwestern University opened Western action one day after taking his second straight championship in the Tri-State tournament in Cincinnati. Riessen defeated Dick Williams of Winnetka, 111., 6-2, 6-0. Second-seeded Bill Lenoir of Tucson, Ariz., was a 6-4, 6-3 win ner over Wilson Burge of Dan ville, 111. FOR SALE A Polled Shorthorn Bull, It months old. Dark Red. Performance tested. 2 and 5/10 pound! per day gained. Top pedigree. Reasonably priced. Phone 484- S667. Altona, 111. 1 Feed Abingdon Vita-Min-Soy Vitamin Minerals and Antibiotics. Made to University specifications. Available Bulk, Pellets or Meal. ABINGDON MILLING CO. Phone 89 Collect TERMITES ROACHES - WATER BUGS Other Pest Control • Free inspection and estimates • Locally owned and operated • Insured Frank Chemical Co. PHONE 342-5713 AJX tttttlHJLftS • DAYLIGHT lAVTNQ fMB to etiitf II !•**• CM II AlMJgL, 1 SJT. Chlaf* * * 124 Grand Canyon 19 Chieat >an •anta r «v I K, C. Chit* ... 19 Chit* 123 Grand Canyon 1 S .r. Chief' IF Texas Cjjief D Capitan* _.10:28 p, nit flight 140 to Chicago* —.I :8S a. 141 to St. Louii 12 JS p. •—Except Sunday •aaMMMtlV tM P» m. m. m. m. ra. m. To Wert Coast To Weal Coatt lo Weat Coatt 1:88 .120 J 41 a. m. P< nt« p. rn. P. m, p. rn. a. tn. p. m» p. TO* p. m* •as MBIIMM. EaitEraM . „ To Eait Coast .~ m UAl To East Coast — - I AO •dwtttcmad To St. Louis .... -_.10*0 ffovtawOvBsl To Davenport To Peo la To Peoria -83* SIU Professor Honored by Baseball Brass CLEVELAND (AP) - A Southern Illinois University professor received accolades at a meeting of National League baseball officials and club owners Monday. Dr. Jay A. Bender, a staff member of the SIU physical education department, outlined a program of physical conditioning which he said could be used by all National League teams. The Pittsburgh Pirates have used Bender's physical conditioning program for the last two years and Pirate General Manager Joe L. Brown said he was highly satisfied. The meeting was held in connection with today's major league Ail-Star game. BACKYARD SALE 1419 N. SEMINARY WED., JULY 10 - 9 to 4 Clothing, all ages, lots of teen alaes. toys and miscellaneous. Rain Date—Friday. July 12 COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimate! POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call CoUect — Trojan 1-2108 Ollson. 111. Galesburg. 111. — 842-1284 APPLES Picking transparent applet this week and next. Bring containers^ GILLETTE FRUIT FARM Avon, III. Route 41-% mi. South of St. Augustine Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must bo in our office 12 noon c|iy before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Galesburg Regtster»Mall Display Advertising Dept. WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES, INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE EVERY THURSDAY Starting Promptly at 12 O'Clock Nooa. Garald B. Fisher* Owner and Manager Phone 794-2818 o» 7*4-8811 MQnmoutfc, Wlneta. ADVANCE LISTINGS THURSDAY, JULY 11th 36 Native Hereford yearling steers wt. 650 to 700 lbs. to sell in load lots. 63 Choice native fleshy two-way cattle, wt. 850 to 105O lbs. to sell In load lots. 1 Purebred Angus bull coming 2 years old, guaranteed breeder, 18 Choice native Angus steers and heifers wt. 550 to 600 lbs. 200 Hybrid shoats wt. 80 to 90 lbs. vacc. to sell in two lots. 100 Mixed shoats wt. around 60 lbs. to sell in one lot. 28 Choice fleshy native Hereford and Angus steers wt. 800 to 850 lbs. Hogs from other sale barn* will aol be achates], STOCKED AND FEEDER CATTLE OFFERED A? PRIVATE SALE DAILY - AUCTION*?** - ilAaOLD 8ACKM4* MOaTON PIATT 1

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