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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

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18 (falesburfl fttttitMfrMgl!, Gglttburfl, Tutsdov, Moy 1 $> 1973 Market Reports Today OALttBLUG ORDBR BUYERS1 BtfrfMitM NWttwN Stockyards| Market: $1 .28 higher. No. 1-2: mm I318M37.50 dtwtatloni: N6:1-3: 200-230 I3100-I37.2S NO. 1-3: 230-200 $30.00-137.00 No. 2-3: 200-300 Packing Sows Jollot Llvtittck JOLIET, III. (UPI) - Live- $34.25-$3«.00 75c higher. $31.25-132.75 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET —HOGS— Volume: 1,700. Butcher Trend: $1 higher. NO. 1-2: 200-225 $38.75-130.30 No. 2-4: 190-240 $38.00-138.75 240-270 $37.25-138.25 230-300 $36.25-$37.00 Sow Trend: $1 higher. 300-500 $33.75-835.50 Boars: 350 lbs. up —. $33.00-$33.50 —CATTLE— Volume: 200. Market Trends: Steers: steady. Heifers steady. Slaughter Steers: Choice 950-1150 $45.00-$46.50 1150-1300 .. $44.50-$46.25 Mixed Good and Choice 950-1300 $43.50-844.50 Slaughter Heifers: Choice 900-1050 $44.00-845.10 Mixed Good and Choice 800-1000 $42.50-$44.00 Cows: Utility and Commercial $30.00-$35.00 Cutters $27.00-$30.00 Canners $24.00-$37.00 Bulls: Utility and Commercial „ $30.00-$38.00 Interior Hog Prieos SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: Estimated receipts 13,000; Monday's actual 14,400; uneven fully 1.00.-1.25 higher, demand good; No 1-2 200-230 lb 37.5038.00, few 38.25; No 1-3 200-235 lb Unevenly 37.00-37.75; No 1-3 230-250 lb 36.50-37.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 35.75-36.75. Stock: Cattle 200; volume insufficient to establish market; one load Choice steers 45,75; one load prime and choice heifers 45.50; one load choice hellers 45.80 Hogs 800; trade active; 1.50 higher; No 1-2 200.230 lb 38.5039.00; No 1-3 220-240 lb 38.0038.50; No 2-4 270 lb 37.00. Wednesday's estimated re ceipts 1,800 cattle, 600 hogs. Poorla LivMtfKk PEORIA, III. (UPI) - tlveatock: Cattle 200, fairly active; insufficient volume steers and heifers to establish trend; choice steers 45.75-48.50; good and choice 44.50-45.75; choice heifers 44.25-45.75; good and choice 42.50-44.25. Hogs 2,900; very active; 1.001.25 higher; No 1-2 200-240 lb, some 250 lb 38.00-38.50, few 38.75; No 1-3 200-260 lb 37.50 38.00; No 2-3 260-280 lb 37.0037.50, few No 34 300-350 lb 34.75-35.50, RtWAfttlLAl LMt ft yap CATfti: Rfetlpti •«ft»t «J ftlpoitf cutue, and httftf* •W*dy id cows ftiedjv _ _ EDER CATTLE: Cholct M.OO-SCSO; a • re: lb. lb! heifars st«*rt SS .OO-M 41.S6-4S.7S: C art 50.SO -M .80; Choice ... ' o<ed am bred, refjlacemtnt cowi 300 .00. Cutter and ader '•t .00 rlcai p 'cows AND BU: UUllty cowi 31.90.1 HO&S: Receipts pits. Demand good per head hither. FEEDER PIC. ^ 28.00-31.78; 40-Sp lb. 81,80-84.78; 50 60 lb. .14.80-39.00: «oma 70 lb. 43.00; all sold by the head: U.S. J-3 125180 lb. 34.00-38.80; told by wa!|ht; bred filU lit.00-lB3.00 per head; replacement boars 81.00-198.00 per head, SHEEP: Good replacement awes with lambs at tide 18.00-38.80 per head. Grain Future* High Low Close prev. Daw Jonas Avarafat NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. stock avenges: 30 indul 914.21 Up 4.82 20 trans 177.89 up 1.32 15 utils 107.23of0.55 65stocks 235.64 up 1.10 Markets at a Olanea By United Press International Stocks lower in active trading. Bonds slightly higher. U.S. government bonds slightly lower in quiet trading. American stocks lower active trading, Cotton futures mostly higher. Tim Hasten Sez 'IF YOU ARE NOT RIDING ON Jetian Urns PLEASE SLOW DOWN" S0UTHSIDE GULF 406 S. Chambers Galesburg GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $1.74 New Corn . $1.51 No. 1 Beans (old) .—$8.72 New $4.55 Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI)-Futures today on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 45.80 45.52 45.72 45.35 Aug 45.57 45.27 45.55 45.0 Oct 4.35 44.95 45.25 44.85 Dec 45.50 45.22 45.35 44.90 Feb 45.70 45.32 45.50 45.07 Apr 45.55 45.20 45.30 44.82 Live Hogs Jun 39.37 39.00 39.30 39.00 Jly 39.47 39.12 39.40 39.20 Aug 38.85 38.30 38.80 38.25 Oct 37.30 36.85 37.25 36.65 Dec 37.45 36.87 37.10 36.67 Feb 37.85 37.45 37.70 37.30 Apr 36.10 35.60 35.80 35.47 Jun 35.72 35.70 35.72 Frozen Pork Bellies May 56.80 56.17 56.75 56.00 Jly 56.90 56.30 56.90 56.30 Aug 56.60 55.75 56.07 55.75 Feb 56.05 55.45 55.75 55.15 May 5.90 55.20 55.40 54.87 1 May 53.50 53.50 52.00! Wheat May 252V* 247V, 251 245 Jly 248% 243 V4 246 241% Sep 251 242V4 244M. 242'4 Dec 250 243 244 242% Mar 250 243 244'/. 242% May 196H 194 198V* 188% Jly 185 181 184 179 Sep 180 175% 177 175Y4 Dec 174 169 171 169% Mar 176 171 my* 172V* May-74 176% 171% 173 172% Oats (old) May 94 92% 92»4 90 Jly 95% 94 94%93% Oats May Jiy Sep Dec (hew) 94 90% 96% 94 99 97 102% 101 91% 93% 98 96% 101% iooy4 91% 95 Soybeans May Jly Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May-74 964 897 837 826 786 775 644% 628 493 474 488 473 % 478 490 474 476 488 .474 476 905 827 788 637 478 905 817 766 624 473 472 473 471 GARAGE SALE HIES., MAV IS, S asm. - 8 a.m. WED., MAY 18, 8 a.m. - 4 a.m. 170* Jefferson St. Drapes, carpet, clothe*, light fixtures & lots of misc. item*. GARAGE SALE 1518 I. BROOKS WEDNESDAY Si THURSDAY • a.m. — I p.m. Low, Low Prices. Paperbacks, dishes, TV console, clothing, all sizes; formal!. Garage Sale $15 N. CHERRY Wed., May 16 9 AM -12 Noon BACKYARD SALE 932 E. SOUTH WED. & THUR. MAY II Si 17 — S a.m. • S p.m. StiSns, womens & childrens clothing all sizes, toys, puzzles, paper backs, tools, furniture, appliances, trailer hitch, bicycles, new afghans, new hand crochet round table cloths, first day covers. BACKYARD SALE 205 MATTISON E. GALESBUHO, ILL. Wed., May 16 9 a.m. — 7 LUile Bit of Everything FOR SALE in Krtoxville, III. 12 Year Old House In Ideal School Location Phone 289-2782 Wtd. GARAGE SALE Mast Addition 1148 BRIDGE AVE. Thun., Fri., 9 m.m.-i p.m. Pans, children & adults clothes, books, toys, appliances, dishes, linens, jewelry & misc. items. CASH BUYERS Wants House? With or Without Furniture. Call 343-4205 REAL ESTATE WANTED TO SELL FARMS. I need buyers for any size, large or small. Can Gel Market Valua Financing Available Call for Appointment — LEO F. HAGER Altona - 484-5993 Auctioneer-AppraUer Broker FOR SALE HOUSE TRAILER 28'xa' 2 bedroom, completely modern, good condition. CALL 483-2241 After I Styrofoam Insulation 1" & 2" GALESBURG Builders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN STREET Phone 342-4155 WANTED TO BUY used furni- All kinds of good, ture & appliances. Highest Prices Paid COFFEY'S FURNITURE 145 E. Waters Phone 343-8365 HIRING Current Openings For Men and Women Modern Air Conditioned Plant. APPLY At OFFICE PROTEXALL INC. 77 S. HENDERSON ST. FOR SALE 1966 FORD Custom 2-Dr. Beet oMer. Four E78-14 whitewall fast-track belted Uniroyal tire take-offs. Reasonable. 876-2246 CURIOSITY SHOP (2 Blocks S. of Grand, 2 Blocks E. of Farnham) 1952 Roberlw Sand candles, painting on barn boards, metal sculptures, wall plaques, polydomes, macrame, old barn boards, little girls shorts & smocks . . . custom sewing . . . * LANDSCAPE GRAVEL • STEEL LANDSCAPE EDGING GAI ESBURG Builders Supply Go 600 E. MAIN STREET Phone 342- 4155 PLANTS Farm fresh, Land of Lincoln grown. Vegetables and flowers, sweet potatoes. Beautiful hanging baskets. Half mile East of Xnoxville on Hit. 150. 288-2728 ' Meet A Low-Priced Indian 1973 LeMANS 2 Dr. Hardtop —Pingree Cloth Seats —Tinted Glass — All —Front Mats —Power Steering -G78.14 WSW —Deluxe Wheel Cover —AM Radio Gerry —Full Carpeting —Bodyside Mid«s. —Factory Air Conditioning —Power Frt. Disc Brakes —350-3V Fngiiie —Turbobvuramatic —Dual Horns Pontiac-CadiHac, Inc. 172 S. Prairie Make Galesburg Beautiful-Buy a Pontiac Ph. 342-1188 ©Efi=VN?Tie}S3 >B>-> Our termite inspection is on the house. We've been fighting tet- mites for 40 years. And finding them. Unfortunately, you may have termites now. We can let you know with an inspection that's thorough, dependable and free. If we find you do have termites/ we'll get rid of them with our professional and inexpensive process. Just call us: 342-4137. We'll make sure your world doesn't come crashing in on you. TERMIMXl SIMPSON-POWELSON LUMBER CO. 159 S. Prairie Open Every WeiMsd*? NIW SPftINO MM* Wttaga C«m *Uonal THKirrlHOF 4 FAMILY PHONTYAIO Mil 1441 mnt— wtD„ MAY U, • a.m. « i MI, Wfi wifht find at a 4 family iaie, ofrican hots . . . thesft marvelous straw hots are just the thing for th« sunny days to come . . . of bond woven straw and each one is unique . . priced at $7.95 calico cat NOTICE TO HENRY COUNTY TAX PAYERS The 1972 tax notices will be mailed May 30th, 1973, the delinquent date for first installments and personal property taxes will be July 2nd, 1973. The second installments will remain due Sept. 1st. AH taxes can be paid at a n y Henry County bank as well as t h e court house in Cambridge every day except Saturday from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. G. HERBERT JOHNSON County Treasurer Large Auction OP HOUSEHOLD GOODS and ANTIQUE DISHES "MOORE'S" AUCTION HOUSE 534 E. South St., Galesburg, III. Sunday Afternoon, Moy 20th 1 O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP 2 Sale of Beautiful Twin Bed teti; Walnut tt-Pe. Bedroom Suit*, very lovely; 'GE" Color Conaole TV Set. vary good: Pool Table; 2 Like New Portable TV Bote; Cold Devno Bed; End Table*; Table Lampi; Elect Ranges; Gas Ranges; 3 Steel Utility Cabinats; Maple Drop Leaf Dining Set; 3 Steel Dinette Set; Beautiful 12 ft. x 12 ft. Bed Pile Carpet; 9x12 Orange Shag Carpet with Rubber Pad; Big Baautliul Had Mahogany Duncan Phyfe 3 Drawer Chest; Picnic Table; "Sears" Power Riding Mower; Tool Chest and Tools; Ladder*; "Lawn Boy" Self Propelled Lawn Mower; Duncan Phyfe Drum Table; Duncan Phyfe Kidney Shaped Inlaid Leather Top Red Mahogany Deck and Chair; Load* of Clothing; Books; "Dacca" Consolo Stereo, like new; Amber Swag Lamp; 2 Very Expensive Paintings in Gold Glass Frame*; •»«-•— Statue Figurines; China; Dishes; — • - " _ Antique Dishes Consist This I* A 5 FaVnliy VggfoST"' Auctioneer: CECIL^ p MOOR B ^ Phon, 34,. 3 , 73 TERMS - CASH DEt *M pV* 00 ^* irw of Bis Lots Of •quo Nice AWOTHERI ^^TIQUE M^^QW^AT MVOTC, MAY 27th Public Sole LOCATED JUST SOUTH OF THE GRADE SCHOOL IN LAURA, ILL. on SAT., MAY 19, 1973 at 10:30 A.M. Antique furniture including: Very nice cook stove,'dry sink, lots of very good oak furniture, some walnut furniture, china and glassware including: China dolls, Haviland, Austria, Bavaria, Germany, Meakin, Laughlin, and other types of. dishes. Pressed glass, toothpick holders, and much more. Some good household items and tools, VERNON MILLER, Owntr Auct: Jim Fdger, Wiiliamsfield, III. Phone 879-2373 Watch for complete listing in Thurs., May 17 Regiiter*Mail SIDING ALL TYPES FOR LESS ALUMINUM • STEEL • VINYL WHY PAY TOO MUCH? We will beat arty Legitimate prUe Includlngl Sale Price! CALL COLLECT (309)342-5758 OR MAIL COUPON COMPLETE CLOSING OUT SALE of ALLEN'S AUTO REPAIR SHOP Located at 230 East 3rd Avenue — Monmouth, III. Saturday, May 19, 1973 COMMENCING AT 1:00 P.M. (DST) Two Gray-Forta Matic BF 100 Air Bumper Jacks, like new; Bfackhawk 4 ton floor jack; Roblnair air conditioner machine with vacuum pump; acytlena welding and cutting torch with Smith life time torch and owner tanks; Black Hawk Porta Power with attachments and prase; 4 Black Hawk floor stands; Coca Cola 15c pop machine; 2 battery 'chargers; brake riveting machine; Alemite electronic wheel balancer; 5 floor creepers; V/ 2 H.P. Kellogg commercial air compressor; Lincoln power grease gun, like new; Bear portable front end alignment equipment; complete set of National Service Data Manuals from 1941 thru 1972; Snap-on % Inch drive Bocket set; all steel portable work bench; Parker 3" bench vise; Parker'4" bench viae, like new; Sioux hard seat grinder, used only ihort time; Universal loint preu; Blue Point hub & drum puller; Gray Mills parts washer; Snap -on distributor machine; Snap-on rolling cabinet; electric drills, all sizes; large body sander; bench grinder; spark plug tester and cleaner; wheel bearing packer with bucket of grease; Black & Decker valve refacer, near new; Black Hawk transmission jack with V.W. and Corvair adapters; gear lube dispenser; large exhaust gas blower with H.P. motor; large floor fain; many other misc. tools and supplies found in a sale of this type. NOTE — This is an exceptionally clean and wall taken care sf Una of equipment'. Auctioneers: EDWARD BURNS, Monmouth) Ph. 734-3350 WILLIAM PORTER, Monmouth, Ph. 734-7195 — Not Responsible In Cass Of Accidents — WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES, INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY THURSDAY STARTING PROMPTLY AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON GARALD B. FISHER, MANAGER Phones: The Barn: 734-2916 Garald Fisber 734-66U Marvin Hanse 734-3937 Advance Listings For Thursday, May 17, 1973 17 Choice light wt. steer and heifer calves. 25 Choice steers wt. from 650 to 800 lbs. 34 Good to choice steers and heifers wt. from 500 to 600 lbs. 22 Mixed steers wt. from 450 to 650 lbs. 290 Fancy hybred shoats wt. from 80 to 95 lbs. vacc. for Ery. 150 Fancy Hamp. cross shoats wt. around 60 lbs. Warren County Livestock Auction, Inc. MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS Located 2 miles north of Monmouth on Routt U.S. 67 Phones: The Barn, 734-2916 Marvin Haase, /31-3937 Area Code 309 Garald B. Fisber, 734-6611 RABIES CLINICS For the convtnionco of dog owners, in complying with the annual Riblti vaccination requirement, The Knox County Veterinarians will conduct Rabies Clinics as Follows: Galesburg — All Veterinary Clinics during regular office hours. Wiiliamsfield - May 15, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Hockgraver* Office. Rio - May 17, 7-8 P.M. - Dr. Allen, Fire Station. Oneida — May 17, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Vinson' Office. East Galesburg - May 18, 7-8 P.M. - Dr. Allen, Fire Station. Yates City - May 18, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Hockgraver, Fire Station. Henderson — May 19, 2-3 P.M. — Dr. Walters, Fire Station. Maquon — May 21, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Sbrahler, Fire Station. Abingdon — May 22, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Strahler Office Dabinda — May 22, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Hockgraver, Fire Station. Altona — May 22, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Hills, Fire Station. Gilson - May 22,7-8 P.M. ~ Dr. Hoyme, Fire Station. Knoxvllle - May 23, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Hoyme, Fire Station. Victoria - May 23, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Mills, Fire Station. Wataga — May 24, 7-9 P.M. — Dr, Vinson, Fire Station. RABIES FEE $5.00 PER DOG Read the Want Ads

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