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t|8. JSflJgsbufQ ..Reg!s ^MQJJ /...QM6sbu^_jy , Friday, June .8,,1,973 s Market Reports Today I GAfci&BtmG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: 75c higher. No. 1-2: 2(W-'530 $38.25-$38.50 Quotations : 2 (^ib ' _..$36\00-$38.50 No! '1-3: .230-260 $37.00-$38.00 N(h-3-3: 260-300 $35.25-$37.00 Packing Sows: 25c higher. : $31.50-$33.00 25-50 higher; high choice and prime 48.00-48.50; choice 46.5048.00; good and choice 45.0046.50; high choice and i>rlme heifers 47.25; choice 45.75-47.00; good and choice 44.50-45.75; No canner or cutter cows. Hogs 500 ; 50-75 higher; No 1-2 200-225 lb 39.50-40.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 39.00-39.50; No 2-3 250-270 lb 38.00-39.00; No 3-4 270-300 lb 37.00-38.00; No 3-4 320 lb 36.75. i CHICAGO STOCKYARDS \ ATKINSON MARKET \ "Volume: 1,800. < Butc'her Trend: 50c higher. 5 -~No.:J-2: | -200*230 $38.00-$38.25 NV'2-4: *^ 10^-2*40 $39.50440.00 ; 240-270 $39.00-$39.75 I 280-300 ...$37.50-$38.75 j Sow Trend: 25-50c higher. -300-500 $34.50-$36.00 r^-Boar-s: : 35Tnbs. Up ....$34.00-$34.25 RUMMAGE SALE Amerkart Legion Horn* 671 E. NORTH ST. Galesburg, 111. Sat., June 9th 9:00 A.M. till 4 P.M. (Proesedt id Lsglon remodallng) HUGE GARAGE SALE Saturday, June 9 10 to 5 On Rt. 97 In Repitfts Depression glass, primitives, Hersey cups, hundreds of books, bottles, jars, 78 RPM records, kerosene lamps, household Items, ladles uniforms, clothing tor the family, many in ladles sizes 14, 18, 18, much misc. Monday estimated receipts: cattle 3,000, hogs 1,000. Live' any Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - stocfeTS Cattle 50; not enough class to establish market. omHogs-4,700 ; 75 -1.00 higher; No 1-2 200 -240 lb 39.50-40 .00; No 1 -3 200-26frJ |b 39 .00 -39.50; No 2 -3 2402$ ybi:: 38 .00 -39 .00, 280-300 lb 37 .00 -38100, few No 2 -4 300-340 lb &.OOU36 .00. St, Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 4,000 ; 50-1.00 higher; No 1-3 200-240 lb 39.50-40.00. Cattle 50; not enough for market test. Sheep 50. : (Anterior Hog Prices [ SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - In Lteirior- .hogs: '•i ^LOpBO) extremely uneven 50-75 tohjgg No 1-2 200-230 lb 38.75- p.OiTNo 1-3 200-235, few 240 lb pB.(KHc&5; No 1-3 230-250 lb 0S87 -.5tf38.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 1 (75-37.75. nr-iJoliet Livestock g *JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - LiveJock: * Cattle 700; steers and heifers ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 49-60, medium 44-56, small 3648; B large 44-56. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 41.75-43.50 for next week's delivery. FLEA MARKET OLD COURTHOUSE PARK KNOXVILLE, ILL. SATURDAY, JUNE 9 — 8:30 A.M. Dealer Space Available BRING OWN TABLE FOR INFORMATION CALL 289-2731 SPONSORED BY KNOXVILLE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION St. Louis produce: • Eggs wholesale Grade A large 38-40, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16 -20, Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks sharply higher in moderate trading. ... Bonds steady. U.S. government bonds slightly lower in quiet trading. American stocks sharply higher in quiet trading. Cotton futures lower. Chicago grain futures mixed. Cattle 25-50 higher; top 48.50. Operating Engineers Local No. 649 APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM The Operating Engineers Local #649, Apprenticeship ' and Training Committee is taking applications for Apprentices from May 14, 1973 through June 15, 1973 at the Union office, 404 N. State Street, Peoria, Illinois, between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Tbe basic requirements for applicants are as follows: Age limit — 18 to 25 year (28 for veterans or previous work experience. High school graduate or G.E.D. All applicants must be a resident of the jurisdictional area of Local #649. Physically able to perform the work of the trade. Not convicted of a felony (an affidavit from a local law enforcement officer may be required). HEWLEE McCORMICK, Chairman J.A.C. Local #649 Operating Engineers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5." Montevideo, Uruguay, is southernmost capital in western hemisphere. the the TIP of the WEEK To get rid of ants in your kitchen cabinets, ... spread a few cucumber peels around. Ants hate cucumbers. Jim Hagreiluf Don't get caught with your pollution up! Install a Destroilet in your cabin or boat. It's a dry sanitary toilet that automatically disposes of toilet waste. See them here. Then 1242 .South West St. - Galesburg - Ph. 343-3145 "»pcoj Consignment Auction BLEDSOE'S AUCTION HOUSE 560 S. Chambers St., Galesburg, III. FRIDAY, JUNE 8th 7:00 P.M. 3 pc, walnut bedroom suite, real nice, poster bed, 3 pc. maple dinette set, maple commode, book case, oak fireplace mantle, oak dresser, 2-pc. blue living room suite, occasional chairs, library table, pantry cupboard, recliner, large deep freeze, air conditioner, TV set, window .fans, mirrors, auto, washer, gas dryer, pine benches, end tables t oak wardrobe, bottles, hand tools, sewing machine, dish washer, fireplace irons, 5 ft. aluminum step ladder, 4 track stereo tapes, humidifier, vac. sweeper, rugs, clover leaf table with claw feet, spittoon, ruby glass pitcher, spooner, depression glass, milk glass sets, chain saw, a new Black & Decker power saw, Va & Y* inch drills, lots of good dishes,' lamps, pictures, garden & yard tools, 2 boys bicycles, and lots more misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. BLEDSOE'S AUCTION SERVICE — PHONE 343-2296 Auctioneers: DALE COFFEY and RALPH COFFEY Not H«»poniible for Accidents ' Clerk — . Gsn* Stewart LOTS For Sale in KNOXVILLE uiw- Water, Sewer and Underground Utilities 'MUD: • I Prairie View Sub-Division 289-2496 « t (FACE OF BALLOT) OFFICIAL BALLOT NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION THE SPOON VALLEY LAKE SANITARY DISTRICT KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that on the 28th day June, 1973, a special election will be held in and for The Spoon Valley Lake Sanitary District, Knox County, Illyinois, for the purpose of submitting to the legal voters of said Sanitary Dis trict the proposition of whether the Trustees of said District may levy taxe at a rate in excess of .25% but not in excess of .5% of the value of all taxable property within the District as equal ized or assessed by. the Department.of Local Government Affairs and the proposition shall be submitted upon a ballot to be in substantially the following form: (INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Place a cross (X) in the space (upposltc 7 , the word indicating the way you desire to vote.) ShjaU the maximum tax rate of the general corporate fund of The Spoon J, Valley Lake Sanitary District, Knox ; County, Illinois, be established at .5% ' on'the full, fair cas hvalue of the taxable property within said District as „ equalized or assessed by the Department of Local Government Affairs, instead of .25%, the maximum rate otherwise applicable to the next taxes to~,b* extended for said fund? YES NO Shall the maximum tax rate of the general corporate fund of The Spoon Valley Lake Sanitary District, Knox County, Illinois, be established at .5% on the full, fair cash value of the taxable property within said District as equalized or assessed by the Department of Local Government Affairs, instead of .25%, the maximum rate otherwise applicable to the next taxes to be extended for said fund? YES NO | An estimate of the approximate amount of ! «taxes extendible under the proposed rate of j .5% is $1,890.80. ; An estimate of the approximate amount of taxes extendible under the present rate of : .25% is $945.40. i On the back of the ballot shall appear the following: OFFICIAL BALLOT 'THE SPOON VALLEY LAKE SANITARY DISTRICT Knox County, Illinois j SPECIAL ELECTION held on the 28th day of June, 1973, for 1 1 ehpurpose of submitting to 'the voters of said District the proposition as to whether the Beard of Trustees of The Spoon Valley :Lake Sanitary District shall be allowed to levy taxes at a rate ;in excess of .25% but not in excess of .5% of the value of all vtaxable property within the District as equalized or assessed ;by the Department of Local Government Affairs. ? Palling Place: The Garage of Garry Seehawer, i Persifer Township, Knox County, Illinois ! \ i ; (Facsimile signature) i \ Clerk, Board of Trustees An estimate of the approximate amount of taxes extendible under the proposed rate of .5% is $1,890.80. An estimate of the approximate amount of taxes extendible under the present rate of .25% is $945.40. That for the purpose of said election the boundaries of said Sanitary District shall constitute a single election precinct and the polling place for said election shall be: Polling Place: The Garage of Garry Seehawer, Persifer Township, County of Knox, Illinois The Polls at said election shall be open at 6:00 a.m and will be closed at 6:00 p.m. on said date. Each legal voter resident within such Sanitary District shall have the right to cast a ballot at such election. The special election has been called on the order of the Board of Trustees of said Sanitary District requesting the calling of this special election for the purpose of submitting to the legal voters of the District the proposition of whether the Board of Trustees of said Sanitary District shall be allowed to ilevy taxes at a rate in excess of .25% but not in excess of .5% |of the value of all taxable property within the District as equalized or assessed by the Department of Local Government Affairs. By order of the Board of Trustees of The Spoon Valley Lake Sanitary District, Knox County, Illinois. Dated this 5th day of June, 1973. /s/ Virginia Sue Seehawer President ATTEST: /s/ Garry L. Seehawer Clerk BREAKFAST SAUSAGE or BACON Hath Browns — Eggs $j m (Bki\m — Toast and Coffee 7Ww SATURDAY SPECIAL BAR-B-QUED RIBS ftl^^ 413 N. SEMINARY vern s rlace o «i«ibur*, 61401 SUNDAY AUCTION HOUSEHOLD GOODS — ANTIQUES "MOORES" AUCTION HOUSE 534 E. South Galesburg Sunday Afternoon, June 10 1 O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP 4 Mellon book cat* — Macomb poiicty IS gal. itono Jar — I gal. alon* jar — 10 and IS yr. anniversary platta — mamograph machlna — school desk — 4 vary good IS Inch lirai, 1 snow and 2 regular — 5 copper-tone matching dinette chairs — Admiral duplex I refrigerator — big "Coronado" refrigerator freezer on bottom — good go-carl — tan wing back chlar — 2 burner gat plate camper cook slove complete with bottle — bicyole — good small electrical appliances — hand wheeler — tube tester — belt sander — 2 vibrator senders — fishing rod and reel — fans — desk and chair — tape recorder and player — 2 B&W portable TV sets — "Sears" console color TV set — "Admiral" console TV set, beautiful maple cabinet — "Toledo" grocery counter scales — lop carrier and canvas — like new dark finish corner table — end table — coffee table — pole lamp — 2 burner elect, hot plate — 6 shelf steel shelf assembly — insulators — fruit jars — bottles — books — hundreds of items too numerous to mention. CECIL H. MOORE — Auctioneer — Phone 343-3973 Terms: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents TOP QUALITY — ALLIED CHEMICAL BLACK TOP SEALER Seal, protect and beautify your blacktop driveway with Allied Chemical Sealer — The finest product available. Just pour and spread. Complete instructions on container. Phone 342-4155 for representative for assistance with your installation GALESBURG * Builders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN ST. Phone 342-4155 CAMPERS SPECIALS ^ SALE GOOD THRU FRIDAY, JUNE 15 CAMPER DAMPERS End Dangerous Bounce $0795 and Sway. Reg. $42.95 O I ALL SAFE HITCH LOCK Theft Proof On-or-Off The Car. Pick Resistant. Reg. $5.95 Si $495 Hitching Post Bicycle Carriers WILL CARRY ONE OR TWO BIKES No Tools Required -- Easy $^ 95 Installation. -__Reg. $16.95 1*1 Screw Handle Coupler CLASS II LOADS To 3500 LBS. Safety Screw Handle — Steel Constructions. Adjustable Ball Tension. $Q95 Bar Included. Reg. $11.15 M Rear Tire Carrier FOLDS DOWN FOR EASY ACCESS TO TRUNK Opens and Closes in $•• /L°5 Seconds, Reg. $19.95 IO Step-A-Matic Steps For Your R.V. Fingertip One Handle Control. Balanced Spring Loaded Control. $1|Q95 No-Slip Step Surface. _Reg. $22.25 1^ FREE ACCESSORY CATALOG With $10 Purchase 1 V, The Pleasure People of Camping HOPPING'S RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SERVICE AND SALES 1 101 W. Morion St. - Egit Galocburg Phone 342-6115 J - ATTENTION ~ ONEIDA COMMUNITY BUS LEAVING TO ICC RAILROAD HEARING IN SPRINGFIELD ftiday, June 15, 1973 7:30 A.M. Soiithsidc Business District of Oneida Price $3.00 Per Penan Round Trip Purchase Fares At: Anderson Srare Bonk ONEIDA, ILL. Sponsored By: Oneida Lions Club PLASTIC SHEETING 4 Mil/ 10 , x25', 250 Sq. Fr. For the HOME For the GARDEN For the AUTOMOBILE BLACK or CLEAR Appliance covers, bedspread protectors, log covers, storage box' linens, rug protector, drop cloth. Frost protection, weed control, bar-b- que grill cover, wading pool cover. Equipment cover. Fender cover, car trunk liner, upholstery cover, floor drain protector, tool Cover . PACKAGED IN $ CONVENIENT 15" ROLLS—Only 2.95 GALESBURG Builders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN STREET Knoxville Community Sole Co., Inc. KNOXVILLE, ILL. "WE DON'T MEET COMPETITION WE MAKE IT" Certified Livestock Marketing Center. State Licensed & Bonded for Your Protection. SALE • MON., JUNE 11,1973 Starting At 12 O'Clock Noon 15 Bl. and BI. w/faced steers, 500 lbs. 20 Bl. heifers, 450 lbs. 10 W/faced heifers, 475 lbs'. 15 Mixed heifers, 550 lbs. 25 Mixed steers on feed, 850 lbs. 100 Mixed cattle, 300-650 lbs. 100 Mixed Shoats, 40-60 lbs. 60 Mixed Shoats, 70 lbs. W. E. Bruniga Roland Bell Phone 289-4128 Phone 289-4446 Day or Night If you have fat cattle or feeder cattle, contact us for an appraisal. Auctioneers: Lane Hyett, Don Wolf. WATAGA CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BENEFIT AUCTION CHURCH GROUNDS, WATAGA, ILL. SATURDAY, JUNE 9th 11:00 A .M. (DST) ANTIQUE AND COLLECTOR ITEMS: Ball Glass Footed Table; High Chair; Piano Bench; Pottery Gallon Jar; Coal Pail; 2 School Desks; Heavy wooden Kitchen Chairs; Trunk; Lard Press; 4 Matching Chairs—High Back Bentwood; Small Fern Table; 2 or 3 Ice Cream Chairs; Egg Case; Wooden Barrel; Two Telephone Lamps; Zinc Ice Box—Avocado; No. 12 Crock; Milk Can Painted Avocado; Telephone Insulators; Cream Cans; Gallon Jars. FURNITURE! Maple Hutch; Maple Settee; Oak Hutch; Recliner Chair; Foot Stool; Gun Rack; Three piece Bedroom Suite; Dresser; Platform Rocker; Oak Extension Table; Gold Styrocco Mirror and Shelf; Air Conditioner; Baby Swing; Trunk; Wheel Chair; GE Sweeper; Lamps, Dishes and etc.; Portable Stereo; Clothes Hampers; Lazy Susan; Pictures Wall Ornaments; Bathroom Sink; Oak Buffet; Window Air Conditioner; Black & White Console TV; Dresser; Aluminum Combination Windows & Doors; Truck Load of Pottery. PHOTO COPIER — POLAROID CAMERA CARS: 1U68 Chevrolet Station Wagon — Bel Air, Air Condition, A.T. TOOLS: Table Saw; Assorted Hand Tools; Garden Tractor, Lawn Mowers and Bicycles; Automatic Saw Filer; Reel Type Lawn Mower Sharpener; Saw Retoother; Large Circle Saw Sharpener; Sickle Bar Sharpener; Extension Ladders & Step Ladders; Floor Tile; Car Top Carrier; Set of new Truck Helper Springs. MORE ITEMS COMING) IN EVERY DAY DONATED AND CONSIGNED ITEMS — Anything and everything accepted as donations. CONSIGNED ITEMS will be charged 10% up to $200. y'n over $200. TO LIST YOUR ITEMS OR FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Geo. Knapp, .'175-6002—Sale Man.; Russ Westfall, 373-6968— Pres. Board of Deacons; Laverne Smith, 375-6597— Pres. Board of Trustees; Rev. G. Ellcey, 375-6680—Pastor. WATCH YOUR PAPER FOR COMPLETE LISTING Aucllonmi: JIM FOLGER, WUllunifUld, III. ELVIN ULM, Handtrton. DALE and RALPH COFFEY. QalaibUTg. 111. LEO HAGER, AUona, IU. CARL STECK, Maquon, 111. Claiki: LESTER JOHNSON and LAWRENCE COOK TERMS: CASH Not R»ipon»lbl» (or AcoldanU LUNCH BY LADIES AID BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this type must be in our office by neon the day before ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phono 343-7181 4

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