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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 22

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, May 4, 1973
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22 Golesburo Register-Moil, Golesbyfg, Fridoy,May ,4, 1973 Market Reports Today at GALfertlimO GRAIN MARKET ConrtfliW Grata ft toptfy Co. Market may eltntt go up of down % 1SK> p.m. when final bid riv*. 11:80 p 'OUMk bid. NO. 2 Corn (old) $1.63 fleVr Corn $1.48 No. 1 Beans (old) ....$7.63 New $4.38 St. Lottls Lkrtteek ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 4,500 ; 50-7J higher; 150 head No 1-2 200-230 lb 36.25; No COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST 15 Minutes from Galesburg 3 BIDROOM 4 Year Old Ranch Spacious, on 2 landscaped acres, fenced. Beautifully carpeted and draped. Large double attached garage. 2 ceramic tile bath- rdoms. Full dry panelled basement with 20-ft. built-in bar. " HICE . . . VACANT @ $30,500 LEO HAGER Broker Auctioneer - Appraiser Phone 484-5993 1-3 200-230 lb 35.75*36.00; 230-260 lb 35.25-36.00. Cattle 100; not enough of any one class for test; choice veal- ers 55.00-60.00; good 51.00-55.00. Sheep 50. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 38-48, medium 3545, small 2335; B large 34-45. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 38.75-40.50 for next week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 26-36, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10. GARAGE MOVING SALE Saturday, May 5 - All Day 115 Blaine Ava. Couch slip cover, toys, furniture, twin girls clothing and misc. items. WADE'S GREENHOUSE IS BUSTIN OUT ALL OVER WITH BLOOMING VALUES Tomatoes In Peat Pots 5 for $1.00 Big Boy, Better Boy, Burpee v.f.. Early Hybrlda and Other* We have cabbage, peppers, and many other garden plants and all seeds. Geraniums 6 for $1.79 We have SO varieties of petunles, potted or In peks, alto pintles, marlgolda, salvia, aiyssum, moss rose, begonias. Im­ pellents, foliage. Asparagus fern, vines vine, Draeeena spike, and literally ooiena more. So come out—you get quality, value and our helpful friendly service. 1421 JEFFERSON OPEN 8-7 — SUN. 12-5 A 66 d> o CO TREMENDOUS YIELDS HIGH QUALITY GRAIN STRONG STALKS XL-66 DEPEND ON DEKALB SEE ME TODAY! ARMOUND OLSON — Monmouth 734-7283 LLOYD COCHRAN — Knoxville 289-4302 FORREST BROWN — Abingdon 462-3507 R. W. (DICK) EDWARDS — Gerlaw 482-3838 ROGER WENSTROM — Wataga 372-6792 IRA SMITH — Alado 482-3283 WILUAMSFIELD CO-OP — Williamsfield 639-2226 JOHN ALLISON — Rio 872-2341 REX PAVIIS — GiUon 875-3150 GARAGE SALE 1470 MtatJow Dr. Saturday, May 5 - 8 a.m. Childrens, ladies, clothing, nie nacs, lots of miic. items, lawn mower. WANTED Carpenter Work, Roofing* Remodeling A Odd Jobs. Phone 876 2457 or 639-4412 WANTED TO RENT BY LATTER PART OF JUNE 3 BEDROOM HOUSE In Abingdon School District. In country on good roada or in town. Call Collect a4|.|40l Galesburg WANTED All Kindt of CARPENTER WORK Phone 342-3t4« Anytime Garage A Baka Sale Sat., May 5, 9:00 a.m. to ?? 610 I. MILL Knoxville, 111. — sponsored by — Women's Fellowship Pilgrim Congregational Church BACKYARD SALE 940 N. PARNHAM Thars. - Frl. • Sat. I A.M. - 3it0 P.M. Horse and Pony saddle, bridles, breast plate, instant hair setter, baby items, stroller, play pen. Car seat & more, nic-nacs, dishes, new Tupperware, bedspreads, maternity clothes, clothes and misc. items. Held Rain or Shine Mot Responsible fox Accidents "PLANTS" Hybrid and regular tomatoes, potted or in paks. Cabbage, peppers, eggplant, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, celery, and onion plants, also pkg. seeds. GERANIUMS IN BLOOM We have petunias, snaps, ageratum, salvia, marigolds, aiyssum, dusty miller, many, many other annuals and perennials. Cement planters it bird baths and other planters. For "THRIFTY PLANTS'* at "THRIFTY PRICES" COME SEE US MAHAR'S GREENHOUSE 306 E. South St. (1st House East of Christian Church) KNOXVILIX, ILL. Open Daily 8 • 8 Sundays 1 - 6 p.m. JOHNSON BLACKTOPPINO DRIVEWAYS, PARKING AREAS * ETC. Phona 876-2291 For FREE Estimates WANTED TRASH HAULING A SMALL ODD JOBS. With Truck 289-4656 GARAGE SALE Sat., May 5-9-2 1137 HAWKINSON Baby, children's & maternity clothes, vacuum cleaner, books, formats, shoes, men's & women's clothes all sizes plus misc. items. COMFORTABLE 3 BEDROOM HOME IN, ALTONA At present has modern kitchen, dining room, living room, bed-' room and bath on first floor ~ 2 bedrooms up — large lot with basement. New single garage. PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE BALE AT $15,000 LEO HAGER BROKER - AUCTIONEER APPRAISER Phone 484-5993 READ THE WANT ADS! PUBLIC AUCTION The Albert Sundberg Company Avon, Illinois FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 11th 7:30 P.M. - BUILDING Two story brick structure, approximately 3,500 ft. of floor space. Four apartments up with front and rear entrances, all rented at present. Full basement with Natural gas furnace only 2 years old. Building in good repair, suitable for many types of businesses with a choice location. TERMS: 20% of purchase price, day of sale and balance upon delivery of deed at which time possession will be given. Parties interested in prior inspection of building may contact the undersigned auctioneer, or Alberta or Richard Luper. - FIXTURES AND STOCK Tyler 14 ft. frozen food case with shelves; Sherer 6 ft. frozen food case; Hussman 12 ft. meat case; Sherer 10 ft. dairy case; Tyler vegetable case; Universal freezer suitable for home or store; Walkin cooler; Hobart meat nicer; Hobart meat grinder; Chest type deep freeze; Two Defiance graduated meat scales; Adding machine; Meat grinder; Shelving and grocery racks; Grocery carts; McCUS- KEY BOOKKEEPING FILE; Peg boards; Two good window air conditioners; Two good Monogram natural gas space heaters; Coffee grinder; Lots of new bolts of various sizes; Other hardware; Paint mixer; Paint shaker; Some paint; Hi Boy pump; Barn' tracking; Stainless steel sink; Stove pipe; Rope cutter; Antique candy case; Antique medicine cabinet; Miller High Life electric clock; Antique Library tables; Remaining stock of groceries, hardware, appliances, etc. 1963 Chevrolet Half Ton Pickup. TERMS — CASH Not Responsible For Accidents Auctioneer: LOWELL BUCK, Ph. 465-1370, Avon, 111. HILLMAN'S HOME LAWN & GARDEN CENTER Big Boy Ported Tomatoes 19c All Troys of Flowers & Vegetobles —59c Grade #1 California Roses, Ported -$2.99 . Package Roses $2.25 or 3 for $6.00 Humus or Organic Peat, 50 lb. bag $1.29 Kill tha DandeCons and Waads in Your Yard Plus w»" in WEED & FEED $ 3 95 Bag We Have Lots Of Yew Evergreens on Hand and More Coming In . . . BIRD BATHS and POTS at SPECIAL PRICES Special for Friday, Saturday & Sunday 7.95 BLUE SPRUCE Free With $ I0.00 Order or More HILLMAN'S HOME LAWN AND GARDEN (ENTER 1055 Grand — Open 7 Days A Week POR SALE 1961 lulclt llettre 228 Limited - M>r. with black vinyl seats. All power, ait cond,, excellent. Phone Avon 4«S4ttl or 4 «WM* 4 GARAGI SALIS 301 to JOT N. CEDAR IN ASINODON Sat., May 5, f a.m .-4 p.m. Furniture,* clothes, toys, '62 Chevy, Tropical fish 6t misc. Let Off Jury NEW YORK (UPI) - Joseph H. Wallach was excused from jury duty Thursday because hi is 100 years old, MOVINO SALE 7M N. Cherry FRL, 4 P.M. - Dark SAT., • A.M. • 4 P.M. Clothing, camping equipment, household Items, toys, games, books, Etc. BACKYARD SALE 5B0 MONROE BAT., MAY 8—10 a.m. - 4 p.m. SUM., MAY •—10 a.m. - 2 p.m. S Mens suits, record player, golf accessories, toys, games, misc. clothes, all sizes; 2 burner camp stove. CUSTODIAN WANTED Pull Tlmo Pleasant Conditions With Fringe Benefits References Preferred Hours: I a.m. - 4 p.m. First United Presbyterian Church Phone 342-1871 For Insurance With More Sting and Protection SEE YOUR INDEPENDENT AGENT HUFF INSURANCE 407 HILL ARCADE Galesburg Ph. 342-3414 GARAGE SALE 1IS9 ROBERTSON NIL, MAY 4 - M BAT., MAY I - t-t Nice girls clothes, size 8-12, ex- nfee mens suits and ladies tra clothes, typewriter, table chairs and misc. Items. and DRAIN TILE 4" to 8" ( IALI SRURG Builders Supply Co 600 E MAIN bIRLET Phonr 342 - 4155 NOTICE ALUMINUM CONTINUOUS OUTTIR Made on job. No joints. Have home owned machine. Gutters «hd repaired. cleaned mi ESTIMATES Ph. 342-f58i3 4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 12*9 Day ten Dr. SATURDAY, MAY I I a.m. • 3 p.m. Baby elothei, stroller, fair canvas drop sheet, moat anything. SIDING Ai I TYPES FOR LTSS ALUMINUM • STEEL # VINVL WHY PAY TOO MUCH? CALL ( Ol LF-CT JO'>)3 12 57 r ,8 OR MAIL COUPON Just one trip... feed and weed with Hopcaid liquid fertilizer Our Hopcaid trucks deliver. They bring the custom-mixed fertilizer formula that's right for your fields, plus the herbicide of your choice for weed- free crops... all in one application. Thermoaas 1241 S. West Sr., Galesburg Phone 343*3145 You get the right chemicals, in just the right amounts, where you want them, and in far less time than you ever thought possible. Call today and see what Hopcaid can do for you. you prefer to apply lawn " " * • products with a spreader, the . BEST arid EASIEST way to get RID Of DANDELIONS and most Other BROADL1EAF WEEDS is to use EXPEL in a BAG. you w^t the rnoaj effective prodUcUhe#£|£and EASIEST to get rid of DANDELIONS os! other BROADLEAF **" SistouseEXPEL LIQUID ton with a Greenfield^ BPRAYERft 5? : •<>•;'"-" I Quart Can 10,600 sq.ft. you wantttr^moveafew DlfsiPEtlQNS or VERY SfPBORN BROADLEAF WpPS, use EXpr SrfrWEEDERjhthe^;,,,. aerosol can. / • v r / $|39 17 oz. aerosol Greenfield!.. ask somebody who knows! Elanco guarantees you will be satisfied with the performance of any Greenfield product, when used as directed, or your money back. Simply send evidence of purchase to: Elanco Products Company, A Division of Eli Lilly & Company, Indianapolis, Indiana 46206, U.S.A. Ralston--Hanna FARM AND GARDEN CENTER PHONE 343-9266 Plenty of FREE P.rklng 2200 GUANO AVE. i

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