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26 Gglesburg ReglstefMtiil. (adlesbufg, ill. Thufsdoy/ Apfil 19, 1973 Market Reports Today | Jttliat LivMtock JOLIET, 111. (tJPI) - Uve- stock Cattle sales Insufficient to establish market. Hogs 500; fully 30-75 higher; No 14 210-225 lb 36.00-36.75; No 1-3 200-250 lb 35.00-36.00. Friday estimated cattle 800, hogs 800. receipts St. Ldult LtvMtock sr. LOtriS (UPD-Llvestock: Hogs 4,M0; strong to My 25 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 35.5035.75; 100 head 36.00; No 1-3 200-240 lb 33.00-35.50; 240-260 lb 34.25-35.25. Cattle 1,200; not enough slaughter steers or heifers to test prices; choice vealers 55.0060.00. Sheep 100. BEAT INFLATION EARN 1 Year Certificate Notes) $500.00 Minimum f25,000.00 Maximum I For Information Write to Post Office Box 379,| Galesburg. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce Eggs consumer Grade A large 44-54 medium 40-50, small 2537; B large 39-50. Hens ice-pad(ed broilers and fryers 44-46.25 for this week's delivery. St. Louis produce Eggs wholesale Grade A large 28-36, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10. Ntw Yttrk Sfttcki NfiW YORK (tJPl) - Stock market mMdiy prices Admiral 11% III Pwr 29 ^4 AlldChem35% liiM Stl 34% AlldStM27V4 IiBM490 Allis Chal 10 lAt tfarv m* Alcoa 54^ Int Nick 31% Am Air 19V4 Int Paper 38 Am Can 32% Int T&T 36% Am Cyan 28% Iowa P&L 23% AmDist24 Jdhns -iMn 24% AmfilPwr 26% Kennecott 28% Am Mtrs 8% Kresge 37 Am T&T 53% Kroger 18% Anaconda 21 Lib McN 5% Arlans 2% Litton 9% AshI Oil 28 Lockhd 7% Atl Rich 78 Mar Oil 37% Avco 12V4 Maytag 34 Bea Fds 25% McD Dgis 36V4 Bendix 41% Merck 96% Beth Stl 30V4 Minn Min 82% Boeing 19 Mobjl Oil 71% Borden 23% Monsanto 56% CapCBdg52%Nat Bis 48% 'Catplr64% Olin Corp 15% You work hard enough to grew it, cutting it should be o breeze. There's a lot of pride in owning a piece of land. There's also a lot of work. And before you realize it, here's another crop of grass. That's why we put our heavy-duty tractor to work on. the grass. The International Cub® 154 Lo-Boy tractor goes wherever there's a full day's work to be done. Other IH lawn and garden tractors from 7 to 14 hp. International® Cub 154 Lo'Bey. Stands only 49" high. Hugs hills and embankments. Big IH "L" head engine provides speeds up to 9 mph Hydraulic lift is standard. WESTBAY EQUIPMENT CO Phone 309-342.8112 • Knoxville Road — Galesburg, III. International Harvester Sales & Service Any way you cut it. Intemationol Horvester Celanese 35% CenllLt22 Cen Tel 21% Cessna 24% Chrysler 34% Cities Svc 47% txitk Met *r6m«n'«, m«n'« and boy« clothes. Many misc. iMma. CALL UtiS^^t Mf.IMI WAITRISS WANTED Apply HARIOk UOHTS iufm ciui Outbd M 39 Owens-Ill 37% Penn Cen 2% Penney 83 Pepsi Cola 83% Pfizer 41% Coca-Cola 143% Phil Pet 47% Colum Gas 30% Procter G 103% Oomm Ed 33% Quak Oat 37% Comsat 51 Cons Ed 24% Cont Can 28% Cont Oil 35% CPC Intl 31% Dana 35% Deere 43% Du Pont 173 Eastman 137% Exxon 100% Falstaff 4% Firestone 22% Ford Mtrs 65% SO Ind 89 Fruehauf 29% Stvns JP 28% RCA 27% Rep Stl 29% Revlon 61% Safeway 34 St. Regis 41% SanFeInd 27% Sears 100% Shell Oil 48% Simmons 21% So Pac 35 Sperry 41 Std Bds 49% Gen Sko 28% Gen Dyna 18% Gen El 64% Gen Fds 26% Gen Mtrs 74% Gen Tel 28% Gen Tire 21% Goodrich 24% Goodyear 26% Greyhnd 16% Gulf Oil 25% 111 Cent 21% Stude 45% Swift 25% Texaco 41% Tex Inst 172 UnCarb43 Un El 17% Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 23 US Stl 34% West Un 26% Wstghs El 34% Weyerh 56% MR SAIE -* By Owner 3 Bedroom Ranch, Utility room, disposal, water softener, double garage, all carpeted except hardwood floor In living room. 487 FRANKLIN AVE. tl4.0M call }42-44ai after S P.M. Income Property FOR SALE Close to Town Call 343-3041 For Details Get A Load Of Thli GILSON READY MIX 876-2291 LARHY JOHNSON Walcoma Back AU Old it '^•w Cttitemaia Fresh Cotfish BUFFALO and SCORED CARP While They Last CGFFErS FISH MARKET 1280 S. HENDERSON GARAGE SALE 850 E. South Friday, April 20 1:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. Moving -to Florida, lots of odds and ends^ BACKYARD SALE Sat., April 21 • 9 am to 4 pm 433 PHILLIPS ST. Boys ScouU Troop 214 Lots of gift items including new aprons, clothing, dishes & misc. Rain Data Tuoa.. AprU 24th GARAGE SALE 326 Indiana. Ave. Friday, April 20 Saturday, April 21 1A.M. •6 P.M. Self propelled lawn mower, portable washer, grill, gas space heater, clothes, GI greens, tires, tools, dishes, pans, square dance dresses .& misc. items. EXCELLENT NORTH LOCATION NEW SANDLER.BUILT BRICK and FRAMK 3 bedrooms, fully carpeted, full dry basement, large double attached garage. Large trees and nicely land- acaped. $31,500 Ph. 343-4907 or 343-5138 BASEMENT SALE Friday, April 20 9-3 WE'RE MOVING OUT OF TOWN 1792 Bateman 1 Block East on N. BamnUry 2ad HouM Bouth of Boaoaich Vaa Bid* Door Dishes, furniture, toys, apt. size gas stove, G.E. portable dishwasher, lots of clothes, ladies size 7 thru 12, girls size 5 thru 10, infants, boys size 2 and 8. Mmny Other QualUy Items Just in time for SPRING! DECORATE YOUR HOME, GARDEN. PATIO TREE RINGS Routed scallop, round plain and hexagon. Makes either openings of 20", 32" or 72". CONCRETE STEPS Top quality, cast in one piece, steel reinforced. All steps 4' wide, available in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 risers with or without platform. Wrought iron railings available. STEPPING STONES Round, hexagon, rectangle — natural, red, green or black colors — smooth or exposed aggregate finish. Hexagon -18"; Rou;id.l2", 18", or 24"; Blocks ~ 12"xl8", 12"x24", or 18"xl8". MOWER LAWN TRIM Makes grass trimming a breeze, ideal for garden edges, driveways. Available in 3'. 2', T; inside & outside corners. Parbinf logs % Patio Quarltr Sections # Survoy Markort Cemprtssor Pads % Modarn Btnch # Curb legs # Sidawalk Sactiena 9 Spanish Blocks Monufactued By ^ GAIISBURG CONCRETE MATERIALS CO. 1010 Mdnmouth BM. 34301B1 WANTED RELIABLE CHILD CARE WORKER 40 HOUR WEEK Call 342^315 KNOX CO. DAY NURSERY For Pra-8cr«anlng Inttrvtow GRAND OPENING SPECIALS THE HOWARD GREENHOUSE 207 W. MARTIN ABINGDON. ILL. Sale on Seeds and Some of The HOME GROWN PLANTS FRIDAY. APRIL 10 «ATURDAY, APRIL SI Op«r«t«d By: TOM £ ELLEN lAONX BUD Ic MARYLIN WHITE Hours: S a.m. -1 p.m. SPECIAL SAVE 92.00 — REG. $S.4S LATEX WALL PAINT Now $3.49 Gallon Good thru June I, 1973 SEED POTATOES RED &c WHITE ONION SETS & PLANTS TRADING POST 1515 E. Main COMMUNITY PEST CONTROL Spring Cieon-Out SPECIAL Roaches Avorogo Sizo Water Bwgs Homo Service Operator CARL A. HANEGHAN Phono 343-1694 READ THE WANT ADS! 19i4 WItlYt lilP 4 WJHMl Drive, tit«i Ldck Oirt Hubs, Looks and R<iA> Great. 943-S77S 4rAfllLY lACKYARD SALi ABrtlH-f't SMifiirj April tl -9-? Ifti lATIMAN WW df If mitiiiiio 8 FAMILY GARAQE SALE m LAWRINCt AVI. Thynday 4 p.m.*t «>- PrMay 7 i.m. A liturdiy 7 HM Men'i clominc, all 8l2«s; woitMM'a tlothli sites io M UMSludin* undemeah ^iownSp ^sli*. and tops; teen-age girls and diUdtdn iii4b «}3 sizes, many new ones; lietUr cobbler aprdiis: pill f. from the smallest drtties, Mick suits eiethesi 8K(i«i, aH. cases; satin eases; curtains; rugs; new afgahaA; crocheted shawl; boxes ol remnants, 80c a bag; buttons and material trim; leather, scraps; zippers; IS MgB, all colors; electrical apbliances; TV; broiler; toaster, etc.; 3 electric sweepers and a Blssell hand sweeper; round holder; child's desk and chair; Children's toys, dolls and stuffed animals; jewelry; hand painted pictures on Wood, others framed; books — paper backs and technical books; many other articles. EASTER DRESSES Lorg* Stltction in SiiM M5; 6-20; n%.24% Rt. 34 ^ Ontido, III. 9 A.M. -5:30 P.M. MON.-SAT. FREE Parkina Lot BEDROOM FURNITURE SPECIAL CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 N. WEST ST. Open Daily 8t30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Fridays Till 9:00 P.M. Absolutely Free 10-Year Warranty Ther-A.Pedic Box Spring and Matching Mattress with Any 3 Pc. Bedroom Suite in Steele in tiie Following Lines. Bassett, Mobel, Hoolcer, Lea Co., Riverside or Deliver, or any oilier Suite we liave on tlie floor that sells for $250.00 or over. Liberal Credit Terms to Responsible Parties.. Free Delivery Up to 25 Miles. Lots of Free Off-Street Parking. This Sale runs through April' 28th or as long as present stock lasts. If you need a Bedroom Suite you can't afford to miss this Sale. Complete Closing Out FARM SALE! Having sold my farm, I will hold a Public Sale of the following livestock and machinery at the farm, located 1% miles West of Alexis, III., on Route 135, and North to end of lane. Saturday/April 21, 1973 STARTING AT 11:30 A.M. 41 HEAD REGISTERED ANGUS CATTLE 41 41 head of Registered Angus Cattle; 40 head of cowSi 3.7 yean old, calving now, and at least 20 calves at side by sale date; 1 Angus bull, 4 years old (Boxer Breed). All cows are of prominent breeding and originated from Barnes herd. All catUe tested and clean. 3 DOZEN HOMER PIGEONS - 2 BEAGLES 1000 BALES OF ALFALFA MACHINERY, TRACTORS & TRUCKS X-T-190 Allis Chalmers Diesel Tractor (less than 1,000 hrs., excellent condition); AUis Chalmers S-t>ottom 16" high clearance Plow; Kewanee 18' Disc with 20" serrated blades; Kewanee 18' heavy duty Harrow; 1968 930 Case Diesel, recondlUoned 3-pt.; 1963 Chevrolet pick-up, 'A-ixm, 4-speed; 1959 Chevrolet 1^ ton truclc, with grain bed, fold down etock rack and hoist; John Deere 406-A Planter, with herbicide, Inicctlclde and liquid fertilizer attachment; New Idea mounted Corn Picker, excellent condition; John Deere Spreader; Case running gear; Anthony running gear; 2 Hay Racks, good con. dltion; A.C. No. 60 Combine, new canvas; Meyers 44' Elevator; Kewanee 44' Elevator; 2 Stanhoist Wagon Hoists; I.H.C. Endgate ^5eeder: Husky Hog Catcher; New Idea Hay Rake; A.C. 7-ft. Mower; Bushnell Tank with drinks; old Tank Heater; 12x12 Platform: large pile scrap Iron; many miscellaneous hay rack lten)s too numerous to mention, found in a sale of this kind. . Terms—CASH Not Resitonslbla for Accidents ART NORRIS, Owner — Alexis, lllinoit Aucilonsers-MURLE JCElL. AUxU, 111.. 4U-3HI: STAN GREaORt -AlexU, lU.. 4U-5S7S CUrlc—FLOYD GHEOORY—AtoxU, lU.. 4I2-3U8 LUNCH ON OlIOUNDS BY U, P. CHURCH / GET BARE GROUND WEED CONTROL Pramltoi* liquid gets rid of weeds where you don't want them^ In fences. And around buildings, silos, f eedlots, gas tanl(s. and pumps. If 8 great for loiocidndl out weeds where you can't mow. Pramitoi liquid works \\ke a ciiarm. One early spray * keeps weeds down all season. Try Pramitoi 25E liquid. You'll find ail kindsof usesfor it Or, if you prefer, use easy to spread Pramitoi pellett. Spoon River FS Inc. 95 N. SEMINARY GALESBURG, IlL "See YQur FS P«trol«um Spscialist" Goragt Sak 10S4 I. liPMkt fi^^ A Itfynliy I •.n. ^ I p.fii. OARAOeSAli lOlf K SMiffi It. A t«# llftU<IU«« RUTLEDGE'S Ifum W«st off Rt. ISO on Main St., Cross R.R. Tracks & turn l^th. Mon.-Sat. 8 to 5 Sun. 1 to 5 Now it flw fime fo p/onf: BURPK GARDEN SRD Sta-awberrles Asparagus Potatoes Onion sets & Plants Shade IVees Evergreens Shrubs Grass Seed Dick A Mark Rutledge are here on Sunday afternoont to help with your landtcaps plant. For best results please bring a picture of your home and measurements of the area to be planted. For Appointments Call: Landtcap* 529-5631 Oreonhouse 529-5551 PUBLIC AUaiON FURNITURE A MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS As I am moving to a furnished apartment, I will sell the following personal property at residence located Z^A miles West of Yates City, III. on Route 8 to Douglas Comer, then 4 miles North, or ZVt miles East on Route 8 from Junction 8 & 97 South of Maquon, then 4 miles North. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1973 AT 12 O'CLOCK Zmlth Bpu* Cemmaad UO Combtaiailon Color 23" TV, with AM & FM radio and stereo record player, remote control, pecan wood, a late model top quality set like new; Westinghouse portable 21 In. TV; Admiral Dual Temp combination 2 door refrigerator and freezer with automatic ice maker, 1 year old like new; Kenmore gas range with automatic self cleaning oven, 2 years old, like new; Coldspot 22 ft. chest type freezer; Speed Queen multl cycle automatic washer; Maytag gas clothes dryer; Sears Coldspot air conditioner 11,000 B.T.U.; G.K. air conditioner; Toastmaster humidifier; mahogany dining room set Duncan Phyfe style table with extra leaves,and pad, S chairs, host chair and buffett; dinette set table with 2 extra leaves and 4 chairs; bedroom suite with bed spring and mattress; dresser and chest of drawers: Hlde>a-bed: 2 chest of drawers; living room set, davenport, chair and stool; re- cUner chair; occasional chair; ant. rocker; folding high chair; metal folding chairs; set of pecan end tables and coffee table; large wall mirror; approx. 12'xl5' rug and pad; approx. 12'xl2' rug and pad; approx. 2—9'xl2' rugs and pads; throw rugs; set of large table lamps; pole lamp; set of dresser lamps; floor lamp; curtains and drapes; drop cords; TV trays; window fan; set of Saladmaster stainless steel cutlery knives; Saladmaster stainless steel salad maker; silverware; dishes and pans; other household items. Shopmate Vi in. electric drill; drill bits; 34 ft. extension ladder; 5 ton hyd. jack; 5 gal. of 30 diesel oil; Hyline electric fencer; pdist driver; Craftsman socket wrench set; open and box end wrenches; Crescent wrenches; vice grips; other wrenches; coon hunters carbide light set; small hand and garden tools. Tuff Bee Riding Lawn Mower with 7 H.P. Motor. Other items too numerous to mention. Auctioneers Note: This Is a sale of good top quality furniture and merchandise. Terms Cash. No property to be removed until paid for. Not responsible for accidents OLEY WEST, Owner CARL STECX, Auctioneer OWEN MeXINTY, Cleric Maquon, XU., Ph. tli-im DORIS McKINTY, Caihiar PUBLIC SALE Having discontinued our farming operation we will sell the toliowing personal property at the farm located 4 miles east of Knoxvllle, Illinois on Route 150 then l </4 miles north and east to second house or 9'/^ miles west of junction of Routes 150 and 180 on Route 150 then 1% mUes north and east to second house (turn off of rte. 150 at first road east of Knox Co. highway dept.) on Saturday, April 21, 1973 at 11:00 A.M. FEEDER PIGS 84 good mixed feeder pigs weighing from 35 to 80 lbs. by sale day. These pigs are as good as you will find anywhere and will be sorted according to size. MACHINERY and EQUU>MENT 1954 Ferguson No. 30 tractor with 3 pt. hitch, good tires, overdrive and in very good cond.; 2 bottom 3 pt. hitch plow; 2 row 3 g t. hitch cultivator; 2 row 3 pt. hitch rotary hoe; good 3 pt. hitch lade; 3 pt. hitch carry all box; 3 pt. hitch boom; good rubber tired barge wagon; rubber tired gear and hay rack; J.D. model H manure spreader; Kewanee 24 ft. 4 sec. harrow with folding drawbar; Int. hay rake on rubber; 300 gal. gas tank and stand; Surge heavy duty afr compressor pump for milker; 4 surge stainless steel milk buckets; some parts for a Surge milker; Johnson gas tank hacter; set of Ford tractor chains; TRUCK — 1961 Chevrolet 'A-ian pickup truck with 6-cyl. engine, 4 -5peed trans, good stock rack and in good condition. ANTIQUES No. 2 dinner bell with yoke and in very good cond.; nice Seth Thomas striking mantle clock with lions heads on ends; very good spring seat; good -ladies side saddle; very old grain cradle; ant. telephone; beautiful purple carnival glass fruit bowl on 3 legs with Stag and Holly design; dining room outfit with table, 4 matching chairs and buffet with brass puUs; small golden oak desk with writing board; cast iron implement seat; large blackboard from ^n old school house; good grindstone with seat; large iron kettle; solid brass door knocker; horse collar and hame« made into a mirror; potato plow; wood beam walking plow; old hand cart; 18 good 10 gal. milk cans; large wooden bowl; 2 small wooden bowls; butter paddle; small wooden scoop; some old salt and pepper shakers; kraut stomper; S gal. stone jar with lid and spicket; stone jars and jugs; coal buckets; small round walnut table; very old flare; ant. seat; 6 wood stirrups; platform scale; cast iron buggy wheel oiler: old pot belly stove; circle single tree; wagon jack; lantern; nail kegs; cow bell; 3 sheep bells; 2 tea leaf bowls; tea leaf plate; tea leaf platter; several pieces of good pressd glass; some pewter; shoe lasts and stands; old horseshoes; iron skillets; flat irons;); insulators: wicker basket; picture frames; pair of dated brass knob hames; other hames; 3 iron stands; school desk; 2 school seats: 2 wagon, wheels; cistern pump; small bowl with rose design; silver sugar bowl; 1 old American Flyer elec. train car: 2 Currier and Ives plates; some old silverware; glass chum; small stoneware bottle; 2 pair of ice tongs; 3 egg cups: glass hen on nest; very old cream pitcher: some old bottles; old Science and Invention magazines from 1925-X930; Olneys Science of Arithmetic 1876; Composition and Rhetoric 1874; several old Life magazines: some old history books; other old books and managlnes; other articles. SADDLES, TOOLS, HOUSEHOLD and MISC. Nice small English type riding saddle; 1 other riding saddle: table saw; good Craftsman elec. hand saw: small roto tiller; good handyman jack; Va in, elec. drill; in. elec. drill; good set of wrenches: good Coldspot refrigerator: vanity table; good picnic table and benches; Zenith T.V.; elec. fans; 2 elec. skillets; planters and vases; lots of misc. items. MARTIN ond GLYDA Pond«r, Ownfrt Auctioneer: JIM FOLGER, WUUamtfield, lU., Phone I7S-2373 Clerk*: LESTER JOHNSON and LAWRENCE COOK TERNS — CASH Not Responsible For Accidents — LUNCH SERVED ON GROUNDS —

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