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32 Qajfelbufg Register-Moi I, Golesbufg, 111, Wednesday, Moy 9, 1??3 Market Reports Today SALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: 25c lower. No. 1-2: 200-230 $34.50-$34.75 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 „ $34.25-$34.50 No. 1-3: 230-260 $33.50-$34.25 ' No. 2-3: 260-300 $31.75-$33.50 ' Packing Sows: $29.75-$31.25 GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co Market may cither go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final hid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $1.76 New Corn $1.54 i No. 1 Beans (old) $8.25 New $4.66 Livestock (UPI) - Live- Peoria PEORIA, 111 stock: Cattle 1,200; steers, heifers fully steady; choice and prime steers 47.00-47.25; choice 45.7547.00; good and choice 44.5045.75; good 43.00-44.50; choice and prime heifers 45.50-46.00; Choice 44.00-45.50; good and Choice 42.50-44.00; good 40.5042.50. Hogs 4,000; 25 to mostly 50 lower; No 1-2 200-240 lb 35.5036.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 35.0035.50; No 2-3 240-260 lb 34.5035.00, 260-280 lb 34.00-34.50. 280290 lb 33.00-34.00, 290-325 lb 32.50-33.00. St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 6,500 ; 25-50 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 35.75-36.00; No 1-3 220-240 lb 35.25-35.75. Cattle 400; all slaughter classes steady; choice slaughter steers 950-1100 lb 45.00-46.00; mixed good and choice 43.5045.00; good 41.50 - 43.50; few choice slaughter heifers 800-950 lb 43.50-44.50; mixed good and choice 42.00-43.50; good 39.5042.00; choice vealers 55.00-60.00; good 51.00-55.00. Sheep 25. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 38-48, medium 35-45, small 2537; B large 34-45. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 38.75-40.50 for this week's delivery. Corn May 193% up 3V4; Jly 183 up Vz to A A; Sep 179% up VA to 1. Soybeans May 873 up 25; Jly 785% up 20; Aug 746 Up 20. Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 2,300; steers steady to 25, instances 50, lower; heifers steady; high choice and prime steers 47.25-47.50; choice 45.2547.00; good and choice 44.0045.75; choice heifers 44.75-45.75; good and choice 43.00-44.75; no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 1,000; 50-75 lower; No 2 200-220 lb -35.75-36.00; No 1-3 200-260 lb 34.50-35.50; No 2-4 260-280 lb 33.25-34.25. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stodt market midday prices: Thursday estimated receipts 25 cattle, 700 hogs. Grain Future* CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat was lower, corn irregularly higher and soybeans substantially high er at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 28-36, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10. Interior Hog Prices . SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 19,000; steady to mostly 25 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 34.7535.00; No 1-3 200-230 lb few 235 lb mostly 34.50 - 34.75, some 34.25; No 1-3 230-250 lb 33.7534.50; No 2-3 250-270 lb 33.2534.00. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged to up 1; extra large 48 up 1; large 48 up 1; medium 45 unch; standard 43 up 1; pullets 33 up 1; checks 34 unch. CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25-79; single daisies 76.50-80.25; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-91, B 87-89. Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat was lower, corn mixed and soybeans substantially higher at midmorning today on the Board of Trade. Prices at 10:35 a.m.: Wheat May 241% Jly 2.31% off 1% to 231% off 1% to 1% May 2.40% off 3 Jly 2.30% off 2% Sep 2.30% off 2 5 /s Sep Corn May 1.92 up 1% Jly 1.82% up % Sep 1.79% up % Dec 1.73% up % Soybeans May 8.81 up 33 Jly 7.85% up 20 Aug 7.46 up 20 Nov 4.84% up 13, CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 2,600. Butcher Trend: 50c lower. No. 1-2: 200-225 . .... $35.50-$36.00 No. 2-4: 200-240 $35.00-$35.50 240-270 ...$34.00-$35.25 280-300 . $33.00-$33.75 Sow Trend: 25c lower. 300-500 . $31.75-$32.75 Gen Mtrs 72 Gen Tel 29% . Gen Tire 21 Goodrich 23% Goodyear 27% Greyhnd 15% Gulf Oil 25% 111 Cent 19 7 /s III Pwir 30% Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 3,200; unevenly weak to 50 lower, mostly 25-50 down; No 1-2 200-240 lb,35.50-36.00, mostly 35.50-35.75; No 1-3 200-250 lb No 2-3 No 2-4 No 3-4 240-270 250-280 280-320 35.00-35.50; 34.25-35.00; 33.75-34.50; 32.50-33.50. Cattle and calves 300; steers and heifers about steady; choice steers 45.25-46.25; 'load high choice 46.50; good and choice 44.75-45.50; good ' 41.75-44.75; choice heifers 44.25-45.00; part load high choice 45.25; good and choice 43.25-44.00. Sheep 50; lambs steady; small lot mostly prime spring 37.50; few good and c h o i ce wooled 35.50-36.00. GARAGE SALE 357 N. CHAMBERS Baby, Other Thursday, May 10 1 P.M. ladies, men's clothing. misc. men s items. BACKYARD SALE THURS. - FRI. May 10-11 — 8 - 5 1681 BAIRD AVE. Drapes, uniforms, shoes, jewel- age cloth- ry, ing, children and all nic-nacs, misc. Off 1%; 2%; Sep GARAGE SALE 1212 KLEIN AVE. Thursday, May 10 9 A.M. - 4 P.M. Girls hike, vacuum cleaner, clothing, coats, etc., good condition. CASH BUYERS Wants Houses With or Without Furniture. Call 343-4205 MOVING SALE 1249 FLORENCE AVE. Call After 4 p.m. STARTS TUES., MAY 8 Italian davenport & chair, needs upholstering; tilt back lg. leather chair, antique tilt back oak rocker, 2 wooden porch posts. CALL 343 -8677 Admiral 11% AlldChem 34% Alld StfS 28% Allis Chal 9% Alcoa 62% Am Air 15% Am Can 32% Am Cyan 27% Am Dist 25 Am T&T 53% Am Mtrs 8% Am T&T 53 % Anaconda 19% Arlans l% Ashl Oil 27% Atl Rich 84% Avco 11% Bea Fds 23% Bendix 40% Beth Stl 30% Boeing 20% Borden 23% Inland Stl 33% IBM 420 Int Harv 31 Int Nick 30% Int Paper 37% Int T&T 37% Iowa P&L 23% Johns-Mn 23% Kennecott 26% Keys Cons 15% Kresge 39% Kroger 17% Lib McN 5% Litton 8% Lockhd 7% Mar Oil 34% Maytag 31% McD Dgls 33% Merck 95 Minn Min 84% Mobil Oil 67% Monsanto 56% CapCBdg 44% Nat Bis. 45% Catplr 62% Olin Corp 15% Celanese 34% Cen II Lt 22% Cen Tel 22% Cessna 24% Chrysler 31% Cities Svc 47% Outbd M 39% Owens-Ill 35% Penn Cen 2% Penney 83% Pepsi Cola 83% Pfizer 40% Coca-Cola 136% Phil Pet 49% Colum Gas 32% Procter G 102% Comm Ed 33% Quak Oat 39% Cons Ed, 23% RCA 29% Rep Stl 30 Revlon 61% Safeway 35% St. Regis 40% SanFelnd 26% Sears 99% Shell Oil 52 Simmons 21% So Pac 34% Sperry 40% Cont Can 29% Cont Oil 33% CPC Intl 31% Dana 35% Deere 41% Du Porit 178% Eastman 137% Exxon 96% Falstaff 4% Firestone 21% Ford Mtrs 63% Std Bds WA Fruehauf 29% SO Ind 89% Gam Sko 30 Stvns JP 28% Gen Dyna 21% Stude 47% Gen El 62% Texaco 39% Gen Fds 25% Tex Inst 188% Un Carb 42% Un El 17% Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 23 US Stl 34% West Un 27% Wsths El 35% Weyerh 59 Woolwrth 20% Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI) - Gfito tange: nigh Loir am Pm. Wheat May Jly Sep Dec Mar Corn May Jly Sep Dec Mar May-74 Oats May Jly Oats May Jiy Sep ! Soybeans May 244% 237 238 243% 234 229% 232% 233% 233% 230 233 233 233% 230 233 233 233% 230 232% 232% 196% 187% 190% 190V4 187% 179% 182% 182% 183 178% 179% 179% 175% 171 174 173% 179 173% 176 178% 175% 177 92 94% 176 177*4 92 97% (new) 93% 96% 92 95 91% 95% 91 94% 97 92 95% 97% 91% 98 98% Jiy Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May-74 905 860 905 848 785% 785% 785% 765% 748 746 748 728 807% 800 807% 588 491% 474 491% 472 490% 474 , 490% 471 491% 474% 491% 472 491% 474 491% 471% Markets at a Glanca By United Press International Stocks higher in moderate trading. Bonds higher. U.S. government bonds steady in quiet tradings American stocks higher moderate trading. Cotton futures mostly higher Chicago grain futures mixed Cattle steady to 25, instances of 50, lower; top 47.50. Insurance Ads To Be Wtttche* tinmit »insurance IN* Malik has warned insurance- ccitipahf executtvii that his office till glv« increased attention" to Advertising claims by insurance firms. "In this regard," Mauck said Tuesday, "I have been a little bit angered and a little bit amused by the advertisements of our better known newspaper publishers lor so - c a 11 e d •tfaveler's inSoraiH*." ''Among the protections prom* ised by this policy is coverage against such 'dreaded* disease as smallpox and bubonic plague." Mauck made the remarks before a Chicago Insurance Day gathering. Mercantile Ixehinee CHICAGO (UPI) - Future* on the Chicago Mercantile E* Dow Jonas Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 20 trans 15 utils 65 stocks 957.71 up 1.13 186.05 off 0.85 106.80 unch. 297.54 off 0.10 READ THE WANT ADS! in Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Withdrawals and deposits in Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through May 4: Wthdrwls $231,525,543,124.19 Deposits 210,211,674,593.66 Cash balance 15,557,095,515.46 Public debt 453,325,434,249.27 GARAGE SALE 115 BLAINE AVE] Thurs., May 10 - 9 -1 Baby furniture, boys & girls clothing, dishes, blue sink, twin girls clothing, antique rocker Si misc. Garage and Driveway 1443 EAST KNOX ST. (TWO-FAMILY ESTATE SALE) Thursday 12 noon til «:0U p.m. Friday 9:00 ».m. Ill 7:00 p.m. Saturday S:0O s.m. iU ?? Drapes, Curtains, Duncan-Phyfe Dropleal Table, Men's Clothing, Ladies Dresses and Coats, Maytag Ironer, Treadle Sewing Machine, Linens, Buttons, Jewelry, Dishes, Appliances, Nic-Nacs. Nothing Mid before Thurs. noon WHY PAY MORE THAN YOU NEED. I own the company, I do the work. Roofing, siding, gutter & repairs, call-. . . ItlGG'S ROOFING CO. 342-1144 • a.m. to 7 p.m. FREE ESTIMATES LOTS FOR SALE 1 Acre to 1 1/6 Acre Lots 4 miles West of Abingdon, III. 1—6 Room All Modern \ Country Home on 1 Acre of Ground. Phone 462-3766 JOHNSON BLACKTOPPINO DRIVEWAYS, PARKING AREAS * ETC. Phone 876-2291 For FREE Estimates MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS At low prices, knit dish cloths, refrigerator towels and other items too numerous to mention. MRS. EARL HANER 113 LOCUST ST. MlifcLowCtoMPfer. Live B#rf Ctttle Jun 45.27 45.05 45.05 46.25 Aug 44.72 44.35 44.35 44.67 Oct 44.05 43.85 43.95 44.05 Dec 44.35 44.05 44.05 44.20 M 44.49 44.25 44.30 44.S0 Apt 44.30 44.07 44.07 $.20 live Hop 3un 37.97 37.67 37.72 37.75 Jly 38.35 37.95 36.12 31.10 Aug 37.12 36.77 36.90 38.80 Oot 35.80 35.35 35.52 35.47 Dec 34.00 35.40 35.75 35.52 Feb 36.40 35.90 36.25 36.00 Ap* 34.70 34.20 34.70 34.15 Frozen Pork Bellies May 54.55 53.95 54.10 54.30 Jly 54.50 54.00 54.15 54.32 Aug 44.00 53.45 53.45 53.90 Feb 52.70 52.10 52.40 52.10 Mar 52.05 51.85 52.00 51.60 May 51.30 51.30 For Sole WOODED MOBILE HOMESITtS V* to 1 Acre in Size All Utilities Included. PH. 375-6712 WATAGA, ILL. HILLVIEW STABLES 1800 WEST MAIN Ph. 343-4012 Riding Lessons Horses For Rent Boarding Several Horsos For Sale Also Tack Shop FOR SALE 1970 CHEVY Vz Ton PICKUP Excellent Condition. Low mileage. $2,000.00 343-6079 GALESBURG HUMANE SOCIETY RUMMAGE SALE 926 E. MAIN Everything at Reduced Prices THURS., MAY 10 9 a.m. — 4 p.m. READ THE WANT ADS! GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this type must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 HIRING Current Openings For Men and Women Modern Air Conditioned Plant. APPIA At OFFICE PROTEXAU INC 77 S. HENDERSON ST. • LANDSCAPE GRAVEL • STEEL LANDSCAPE EDGING GAL [ ',1'HJKb Builders Supply Co 600 E MAIN STREET Phone 342 -4155 IN MEMORIAM Avon, Illinois. May 9, 1973. Ot ORA F..REUTER who passed away one-year-ago today. PROVERBS 25 11. A word fitly spoken is like apples of sold in pictures of silver. In loving memory of one so dear. Two Sons, Five Daughters, Eighteen Grandchildren, aad Wife, Mable We Heve Sold Our Horn* Need 3 Bedroom Home In Knoxville School District To buy or rent by June 15th. Excellent references. Price range to buy not over $18,000. Call after 4 P.M. 342-1598 IOTO.ROOTIR POR A DRAINS |Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 — or .Phone 342-6430 No Charge If We Fail GUARANTEED WORK Styrofoam Insulation 1" & 2" GALESBURG Builders Supply Co 600 E MAIN STREET Phone 342-4155 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 g resent. Full basement with Natural gas furnace only 2 years old. uilding 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 slicer; 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 MonogTam 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. litt Chevrolet Half Ton Pickup. TERMS — CASH Not Responsible for Accidtnls Auctioneer: LOWELL BUCK, Ph. 465-3370, Avon, IU. —— PRESBYTERIAN— RESALE SHOP ECONOMY CORNER Knoxville, III. Short blonde wig, spring formal*, many Reader's Digest books & magazines, recent patterns, bowling balls, odds & ends Open Thurs.—10.1 WANTED Lonely widow looking for lady age 55 to 65 to share my home in Abingdon. WHITE IN CARE OF 525 W. LATIMER ABINGDON, ILL. Waitress Wonted Please Apply In Persia or Phone For Appointment CLUB 19 2200 N. Henderson St. GALESBURG, ILL. Pherie 342-6015 Tim Hasten Sez ... "IF YOU ARE NOT RIDING ON Jetzan PLEASE SLOW DOWN" S0UTHSIDE GULF 406 S. Chambers Galesburg I HELP ! OZARK NOT PlYiNft .. WE'RE NOT RINTINO CA«II MUST HEDUCE OUR FLEET .. . 19ft PLYMOUTH fUHY II 11)119 Miles, Air Conditioned, Power ftiterHijfc Radio. W/Walls and Etc. $3150. AVIS RENT-A-CAR — 342-2612 Pre-Summer Special ALL AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT for the next 14 DAYS SHALL be sold at 10% DISCOUNT. Per Qualify, Workmanship and Proper Service Coll---343-1101 TU/Yki A C PLUMBING AND I rl VlVI Ae> HEATINO COMPANY 2262 Grand Are. FREE ESTIMATES — FINANCING AVAILABLE HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Sat. Morning, May 12th 11:00 AM 471 NORTH BROAD As we have sold our home, the following will be offered at auction to the highest bidder: Kenmorc coppertone table-top dish washer, 3 yrs. old; Mart 21,000 B.T.U. air conditioner, only utad on* Mason; 25,000 B.T.U. air conditioner in real good condition; also, Coronado humidifier; 10 ft. aluminum boat and trolling motor; solid cherry cabinet black & white home entertainment set, consisting of good 25!' T.V., AM & FM radio with good stereo record player and tape deck, made by Curtis Mathis; 3-pc. green floral tapestry living room suite like new; Kroeler recliner; floor lamp; table lamps; 3-pc. brown nylon Mdlonal, Ilk* now, made by Haus- •1M; Beige upholstered rocker; Mahogany chat bench; old Queen Ann style desk; old style console radio, (works); occasional chair; complete bar and back bar - set consisting of black padded front bar and black padded back bar with 6 swivel bar stools; 3-pc. set of redwood .lawn furniture; round redwood umbrella table with umbrella, redwood picnic table with benches to match; some aluminum lawn 1 furniture; wicker fernery; 'blond Kroeler double dresser; vanity bench; 36" metal wardrobe;, garden & yard tools; some small hand tools; some ladders and lots of misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bryce, Owners Auctioneers: DALE * RALPH COFFEY, Phone 343-1313 or 342-IS10 Clerk: ROBERT STEWART Auctioneer's Comment: All oi this merchandise has io be seen to be appreciated. ATTENTION FARMERS ALTON A COOP GRAIN COMPANY has FUR AD AN "THE PURPLE NUGGET" Af%c PER ••V POUND 3% CASH **/° DISCOUNT Call or See Delmar Phone 484-5911 PUBLIC AUCTION BIG PUBLIC AUTO AUCTION SALE FRIDAY NIGHT-May llth-6 P.M. Big Used Car Savings! 250 New and Used Cars and Trucks IN STOCK FREE DRAWINGS for Gifts throughout the Auction Sale! & Everyone Welcome—Anyone Can Buy CAR DEALERS WELCOME AUCTIONEERS: - BUD HENDERSON - LOUIS LAKIS CLERKS: Bob Henderson — Bill Rosenberg — Gary Sage — Mike Addis — Gene Stull — Ray White — Jack Ball — Duane Witters — Harry Happing — Bob Psrker — Gene Horn. All Sales are subject to 5% 111. Sales Tax, except to Dealers and Out -of -state Buyers TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET LAKIS FORD YOUR VOLUME DEALER KELLOGG & TOMPKINS - 342-0177

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