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Gdlesburg Registef*Mail, (klesbufa, Market Reports Today GALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Quotations: No: 1-2: 200-230 $40.2^40.80 No. 1-3: 200-230 $40.00440.28 No. 1-3: 230-260 $39.OO-$40.00 No. 2-3: 260-300 ......___$37.25-$39.00 Packing Sows: $33.7S-$35.25 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,900. Butcher Trend: 50-75c lower. No. 1-2: 200-225 ...$41.25-$41.80 No. 2-4: 190-240 $41.0O-$41.5O 240-270 $40.00-$41.25 280-300 $38.25-$39.50 Sow Trend: steady to 50c lower. 300-500 New Corn $1.73 No. 1 Beans (new) ....$5.26 -,...$35.25-$37.00 MOHMOUTH AUCTION HEFOHT fit S, 1171 fttetlptt CalAvctivMttetttMtp This WMk 229 2 1777 2 Last Year 627 6 1299 0 CATTLE: Receipts mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. FEEDER CATTLE: Choice 550-730 lb. steers 51.50-55.50; mixed Good and Choice 550-875 lb. 47.50-51.75; Good 600-900 lb. 43.50-47.75; Choice 325-500 lb. heifers 51.00-59.00; Good 600-800 lb. 42.00-46.10. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 350-600 lb. 37.75-38.25. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 25.50-32.25; 40-50 lb. 32.50-37.25 ; 50 60 lb. 37.00-41.75; 60-70 lb. 41.50 45.75; 70-80 lb. 45.50-51.75; 80-90 lb. 51.50-58.25; 115-135 lb. 60.00-66.00; U.S. 1-3 50-60 lb. 34.75-38.50; 70-80 lb. 42.00-46.50; all sold by the head; bred gilts 150.00-193.00 per head. GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go up or down by 1:30 pjn. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) . $1.99 YARD SALE 234 COTTAGE AVE. Sat., July 7-8-3 Baby clothes and furniture, sewing machine, 14" wheels, books, clothes, skates, and dinette set. CARPORT SALE 808 S. CEDAR ST. Sat. & Sun. 9:30 — 3:00 Clothes, all sizes, jewelry, lamps and other household goods and many misc. Items. Chicago Grain Rang* CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat was fractionally lower, corn mixed and soybeans substantially lower at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Jiy 2.79% off 1 Sep 2.74 off m Dec 2.72V* off 1% Com Jly 2.13% off 6% Sep 2.00 off Vh Dec 1.94% up % Soybeans Jly 7.10 off 80 Aug 8.85 unch. Sep 7.00 off 40 GARAGE SALE 1411 Webster St. SAT., JULY 7 — 8 a .m. - 4 p .m. Clothing, dishes, nic nacs, bak -i ed goods and lots of misc. Items. Proceeds go to Club 19 Babe Ruth Baseball Team. Yard Sale 1740 MORTON AVE. FRI., JULY • — 3-7 SAT., JULY 7 — S-4 ' Clothes, books, dishes and miSo. items. GARAGE SALE 1494 MULBERRY ST. BAT., JULY 7 — 9-5 SUN., JULY 8 — 8 -4 Lots of nice clean clothes, boys Schwinn items. 20" bike and misc. BACKYARD SALE 1186 GARDEN LANE Sat. & Sunday 12:00 - 5:00 P.M. Men's, women's and children's clothes, miscellaneous. S FAMILY GARAGE SALE Sat., July 7 ~ 8 to 5 1325 E. FREMONT Storm doors, exerciser, clothing, baby clothes, potty chair, curtains, hub caps, lots of toys, portable record player, misc. items. GARAGE SALE 533 HACKBERRY RD. , Sat., July 7 9-5 Very;; good womens clothing (size 7,to, 20) nic nacs, shoes, games, books and other misc. items. YARD SALE 345 Illinois Ave. SAT., JULY 7 9 a.m. — ? Little girls clothes size 5, Jr. petite, and other size cltohing. Like new boys shoe roller skates, Avon bottles, kitchen chairs, tent, lots of misc. items. EXTRA SPECIAL GARAGE SALE 836 W. Grove St. FRI. <c SAT., JULY 6-7 9 m.m. Till 4 p.m. Fiction books, paperbacks, old books, furniture, glassware, 1932 Avon bottle, old pictures & frames, painted plates, clothes & misc. DRIVEWAY SALE Sit., July 7 9-? 1161 W. MAIN ST. Lots of stylish women's clothing, in many sizes, and all in excellent condition, toys, shoes, dishes, some antique, appliances, jewelry, books, aquarium, record stand, assorted nic-nacs. Yamaha '72, excellent condition, 250 Enduro, 1962 Mercury 4-Dr. 3 Family Backyard Sale, 114 Garfield Ave., Fri. «t Sat., July •-7. . Antiques t 6 walnut chairs, wire bale jars, flat irons, large picture frames, English postcards, old books, Kenmorc ironer, tool chest, iron wheels, some clothes, lots of nic nacs. Cleaned the attics and basements. Antique adding machine. Traatury Aceeunti WASHINGTON (UP I) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through July 2: Wthdnvls $805,448,829.25 Deposits 1,265,547,284.47 Cash balance 12,992,720,239.86 Public debt 458,385,701,028.45 Markati at a Glanea By United Press International Slock lower in slow trading. Bonds lower. U.S. government bonds steady in quiet trading. American stocks lower in slow trading. Cotton futures lower. Chicago grain futures mixed, Cattle 25-50 higher; top 49.00 Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 50; insufficient volume to establish market. Hogs 4,100; 1.00-1.50 lower; No 1-2 200-240 lb 40.5041.00, mostly 41.00, 150 head 41.25, 200 head 41.50; No 1-3 200-260 lb 40.0040.50; No 2-3 240-280 lb 39.00-40.00, 280-325 lb 38.00-39.00 Intarier Hog Pricas SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 14,000; uneven 25-1.00, mostly 50-75, lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 40.50-40.75, few 41.00; No 1-3 200240 lb 40.25-40.50, few 40.00; No 2-3 240-260 lb 39.25-40.25. DRIVEWAY SALE 90S E. BERRIEN SAT., July 7—9 a.m.-9 p.m. Dining set, 100' wire fencing & posts, interior wood door, new duct work, push mower, misc. sm. furn. & hardware & clothing — No Junk. YARD SALE 1175 E. Brooks SAT., JULY 7 — l-S 36" gas range, night stands, chairs, desks, tables, vanity, ladies uniforms, Vi sizes; dishes and misc. PATIO SALE 854 LOCUST Sat., July 7-8-3 Curtains, dishes, jewelry, clothing & misc. GARAGE SALE 1208 Dayton Dr. FRI., JULY 9 — 5 -9 SAT., JULY 7 — 9 -4 2 girls bikes, applainces, bedspreads, golf bag,& clubs, clothing and misc. items. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE 223 N. Whltesboro SAT., JULY 7 — 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Excellent clean small sz. clothing, summer & winter, shoes sz. 5-6, antiques, Avons. books, records, bl. & Wh. Console TV. misc. items. GARAGE SALE RAIN or SHINE 691 FRANKLIN AVE. Saturday, July 7 9 a.ni. to 12 p.m. Furniture, clothes & misc. items. GARAGE SALE 1439 Summit St. FRI., JULY 9 — 4:30-9 SAT., JULY 7 — 9-4 Exceptionally nice childrens clothes, air conditioner, infants dressing table, grill, clock radio, toys, bedding, household items, nice adult clothing and misc. items, 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. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 PATIO SALE Sat., July 7 9 -4 219 N. ARTHUR Dresser, sofa bed, twin bed, bicycle, toys, bottles & jars, boys shorts, misc. GARAGE SALE Sll E. Main, Knoxvllle SAT., JULY 7 — 9-777 Baby clothes, childrens clothes, bicycle built for 2, 2 bicycles, stroller, buggy, games, toys, nic nacs, bottles, etc. PATIO end GARAGE SALE 1024 BROWN AVE. Friday, July 6 5 -9 Saturday, July 7 9-12 Antiques, childrens, teens, and adult clothing, furniture, 40 yards of gold carpet, air conditioner, dishes, nic-nacs, curtains and linens. GARAGE SALE 909 N. Wast St. FRIDAY, JULY 9 — 1-5:30 SATURDAY, JULY 7 — 9-3 Tools, small appliances, bathroom vanity, lamps, cameras, lawn roller, storm windows, clothing, narrow width shoes, glassware and misc. Not Responsible for Accidents Lferit OUR FIRECRACKER — AFTER THE 4th OF July Clearance NEW SUMMER FASHIONS UP TO Vz * MORE OFF FAVORITE HOT WEATHER m Values to $14 s> from TOPS > SHELLS FAMOUS MAKE KNIT & NYLON STRETCH SHORTS sootoVoo fro- CHARGE IT - LAY-IT-AWAY — USE THE 5 MONTHS BUDGET 2 99 $J99 Dresses Pant Sets Slocks (rom $099 Swim Suits Body Shirts Jackets From $C99 Ntw York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 8% Inland Stl 28% AlldChem 32% IBM 299% Alld Mills 24% Int Harv 27% Alld Strs 22>/4 Int Nick 27% Allis Chal m Int Paper 33V& Alcoa 56% Int T&T 30V4 Am Air 10% Iowa P&L 22% Am Can 31% Johns-Mn 21 Am Cyan 22% Kennecott 24Vi Am Dist 19% Keys Cons 15Vfe AmElPwr 26% Kresge W* Am Mtrs 7% Kroger 15% Am T&T 51 Lib McN 4Vi Anaconda 18% Litton 8M> Ashl Oil 25% Lockhd 5% Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 2,900; unevenly 1.25-2.00 lower, closing mostly 2.00 lower, instances 3.00 lower on 290330 lb; No 1-2 200-235 lb 40.7541.75; late and closing 40.7541.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 40.2541.50; late and closing 40.2540.75; No 2-3 230-270 lb 39.0041.00; late and closing 39.0040.25; No 2-4 270-300 lb 37.0039.50; late 37.00-39.00; No 3-4 300-350 lb 36.00-38.00; late 36.0037.00. Cattle 100; not enough to test market. Sheep 75; steady; few good and choice spring lambs 36.0038.00. Friday, July 6, 1973, 2t Ml Rich 82 Avco 8% Bea Fds 21 fiendix 32V& Beth Stl 26V4 Boeing 17% Borden 21V* Catplr 57% Celanese 31% Cen II Lt 22% Cen Tel 22% Cessna 16% Chrysler 23% Mar Oil 29% Maytag 27% Merck 83% Minn Min 79% Mobil Oil 64% Monsanto 51 Nat Bis 42% Olin Corp 12% Outbd M 30% Owens-Ill 28V4 Penn Cen 1% Penney 73V4 Pepsi Cola 79% Cities Svc 47% Pfizer 44% Coca-Cola 138% Phil Pet 51% Colum Gas 28%Procter G 99% Comm Ed 30% Quak Oat 29% Comsat 44% Cons Ed 23 Cont Can 25 Cont Oil 31 CPC InU 27% Dana 28% Deere 38V4 Du Pont 164% Eastman 129% Exxon 97% Falstaff 3% Firestone 18% RCA 23% Rep Stl 22% Revlon 58 Safeway 30% St. Regis 36 SanFelnd 24 Sears 92% Shell Oil 51% Simmons 17% So Pac 31% Sperry 40 Std Bds 48% Ford Mtrs 53% SO Ind 86% Fruehauf 25 Stvns JP 24% Gam Sko 27% Stude 34% Gen Dyna 15% Texaco 33% Gen El 56% Gen Fds 25% Gen Mtrs 66% Gen Tel 28% Gen Tire 18 »/4 Goodrich 20% Goodyear 21% Greyhnd 14% Gulf Oil 22 111 Cent 18% 111 Pwr 26% Tex Inst 84 Un Carb 33% Un El 16% Utd Corp 8 US Gyps 21% US Stl 29% West Un 21 Wstghs El 33% Weyerh 60% Woolwrth 21% St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 3,500; 25-50 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 42.25-42.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 42.00-42.25 ; 240-260 lb 41.75-42.00. Cattle, not enough on hand to test prices. Sheep 150. Missouri ST. LOUIS (UPI) produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 48-58, medium 41-52, small 3042; B large 43-54. Hens ice-packed broiler-fryers 42.65-45. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 38-40, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. READ THE WANT ADS! JIM BLACK AND FRIENDS WiU entertain with Country Wtstern Music at in* AVONDALE CLUB Saturday, July 7th At 9 :30 - 10:30 P.M. PUBLIC IS INVITED FOR SALE Good Woods Under Mount MOWER Cuts 5 ft. Model 62. Extra blades and belts. Hook up for Ford or Ferguson. Call 734-7407 after 6 P.M. FOR SALE DAVENPORT (Good Condition) 896 E. LOSEY WANTED Year round farm hand. Experience needed in farm equipment fc cattle. Good wages. Modern tmall house fc extras furnished. HAWKINS FARMS 342-7258 or 342-7781 FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 Story Frame 3 or 4 Bedroom Homo Excellent North Location UPPER 20s FULL BASEMENT—PATIO Phone 343-4069 8-10 a.m. — 3 - 7 p.m. FOR APPOINTMENT FOR SALE » By Owner room, 4 bedrni.. 2 full baths FAMILY HOME on large lot in Wlllard School District. Low 20's For Appointment Call 342-4064 Jeliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 800; steers 25 to mostly 50 highef; heifers 25-50 higher; high choice and prime steers 48.5049.00; choice 47.2548.50; good and choice 46.2547.25; 1 load high choice and prime heifers 47.50; choice 46.0047.25; good and choice 44.7546.00; no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 1,000; 1.00 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 40.75-41.25; No 1-3 200-250 lb 40.25-40.75; No 2-3 250-270 lb 39.5040.25. READ THE WANT ADS! Wonted To Buy FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES 529-9431 529-9493 FOR SALE 1964 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille Excellent condition, fully equipped. Moving—Must Sacrifice. PHONE 342-4682 LetMioen* Is: |Don't Dig Up Your Sewer| No Charge If We Fall Call 343-6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK NOTICE We Will Be Closed Saturday Afternoons During June, July & August CLOSED FOR VACATION JULY 2 through JULY 14th Seed & Grain Co. Woodhull, Illinois 934-2118 Production Workers Needed Equal Opportunity Employ** • Good Working Conditions • Good Woge Rates • Paid Vacations and Holidays • Paid Insurance Apply At — DDirrC 801 No. MAIN ST. DlYIVjVJd ABINGDON, ILL. OPEN HOUSE 527 BURGLAND AVE. 12 to 5 Sat., July 7 — Sun., July 8 FOR SALE — By Owner Priced in Upper Teens CAN CALL 342-3843 Weekdays after 5 — Weekends anytime. Entry living room, dining room, large kitchen with disposal, pantry, 2 or 3 bedrooms, large bath, plenty of closet space, full basement with 1 room for recreation, garage, fence around yard, good location, near schools. 0UALITY PRECAST CONCRETE MANUFACTURED IN GALESBURG STEPPING STONES & PATIO BLOCKS • Round 12", 18", 24" • Hexagon 18" ' • Square 18" • Rectangular 12x18" and 12x24" All in natural cement color, red, green or black in either plain surface or beautifully exposed aggregate. GALESBURG CONCRETE MATERIALS CO. 1050 MONMOUTH BLVD. PHONE 343-3181 Knoxville Community Sole Co., Inc. KNOXVILLE, ILL. "WE DON'T MEET COMPETITION WE MAKE IT" Certified Livestock Marketing Center. State Licensed A Bonded for Your Protection. SALE - MON., JULY 9, 1973 Storting At 12 O'clock Noon 20 Angus cajves, 450 lbs. 17 Mixed steers and heifers, 500 lbs. 20 Hereford and Angus steers, 800 lbs. 15 Hereford steers and heifers, 500 lbs. 100 Mixed cattle, 300-800 lbs. Cows and Calves. 100 Mixed, pigs, 40 lbs. 50 Mixed pigs, 50 lbs. Roland Bell Phone 289-4446 W. E. Bruniga Phono 289-4128 Day or Night If you have fat cattle or feeder cattle, contact us for an appraisal. Auctioneers: Lane Hyett, Don Wolf. RtmoYol of Trtti STUMP REMOVAL —tMB »LA!TrlitO TMMMIRO - momcr SHADE TREES TOR SALE SOUTHARD Till StftVlCt S4J-7IU — 341-MSI FOR SALr :; RAILROAD CROSS TRS Call 343-2287 or 343-2632 -->• Ask for Shirley I'M MOVING > And Must Sell Some Household Items: Refrigerator, Portable Dishwasher, lVz ton Ait- Conditioner, Attic Fan, Several other odds Ai 1 Ends. 1492 I. KNOX ST. or Coll 342-4682 Fri. & Sot. 1 TIP of the WEEK Here's an effective home remedy for stop- . ping the itching of insect bites — squeeze ^ J; some toothpaste on them. Honest! It works! Jim Hagrtliut , , , . Win a gas grill in our Up, Up and Away contest. Nothing to buy. Stop in at our office for your free entry blank and all the details. Thmrmoaam 1242 South Wast St. Oalesburg - Ph. 343-3145 Large Antique Auction Saturday, July 14 STARTING At 9 A.M. At Residence in Maquon, III. This is a large sale with many good Antique and Collector Itiems that have been in the family for 5 generations.; 1 Wacli for ad in Thursday, July 12 paper. MINNIE HUGGINS, Owner urn CARL STECK, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE Commodity Credit Corporation will offer for sale the following property at Public Auction. The sale will be 10:00 A.M. THURSDAY, JULY 12th At the CCC bin site located in the southwest part of Douglas, Illinois. Three metal buildinngs — 40' x 100* ^ Concrete blocks — Aeration tunnels — metal Used 2" lumber — Aeration tunnels — wood Aeration fans — large — Aeration fans — small Aeration tubes — Ladders For further information, contact the Knox County ASCS Office. Phone 342-5138. Auctioneers: Carl Steck, Maquon, HI. Jim Folger, Williamsfleld, HI. EVENING AUCTION HOUSEHOLD and ANTIQUES This is a moving sale of old attic items and furniture to be held 3 miles West of Galesburg to Thompson's Grain bins, North to 1st house on West side. : „.^ Tuesday Evening, July 10th 6:00 P.M. Antique marble top dresser with hanky drawers; antique" douch; old bed and matching dresser; trunks; dinette set; sewing .machine; old rockers; kitchen cabinet; pine cupboard; stone jars; jugs; iron bed; wicker chair; 4 kitchen chairs; bath tub; sink; stool; end tables; lamps; books; picture frames; fruit Jars; piano bench; coffee grinder; cherry seeder; post cards; sausage grinder; waffle «iron; dresser; electrical appliances; child's chair; fern stand; "betitling; rugs; clothing; cream separator; toys; boiler; lots of miscellaneous. TERMS—CASH Not RaaponilbU for Accident,' „ EVERETT BRUINGTON, Owner SIMPSON'S AUCTION SERVICE LOUIS and MYRON SIMPSON, Phone 412-3266, Alexii, Illinois ANTIQUES, FURNITURE ^MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Saturday, July 7 at 12 Noon Fannie Pratt Shepherd Residence, Roseville, Illinois One Block North and Three Blacks East of the Intersection of Routes 67 <wd 116. This is a sale of furniture, antiques and miscellaneous property accumulated through over 50 years of occupancy of the Josephine McReynolds Pratt residence in Roseville. For more than 50 years items have been "taken up to the attic." Nothing has been removed unti) now. Everything comes out of the attic and the house, for this "cleaning out" sale on Saturday, July 7 at 12 noon. Among the very, very old items, to name a few, are the/following: Old toys, old children's books, very old trunks, wicker suitcases, mirrors, sewing machine, antique jewelry chest, picture frames, old bird cage, children's chairs, vases, cut glass dishes, cane bottom chairs, etc. Tbere is simply no way to describe the int?rest­ ing Items that have collected through the past 50 years in' the Josephine McBeynolds Pratt — Fannie Pratt Shepherd atUc. Until the day of the sale, no one knows just what may be brought T out, but there's one thing certain, you've never seen anything like it before. If you like to browse over items set aside and packed.ia.way over a 50 year period by families of more than average means, this sale is for you. n>s> Among the more uninteresting but auite valuable, usable household items are good quality chests, dressers, beds, cane birttom chairs, hall trees, straight chairs, oak dressers, lamps, table lamps, floor lamps, wicker baskets, mirrors, vacuum sweepers, rockers, tables, magazine racks, chairs and hassocks, davenport, swivel'rock­ er, floor fan, end tables, desk lamps, throw rugs, 9x12 rugs, waste baskets, china, dining room sets, buffet, tea carts, sewing cabinets, flower stands, mantel clock, antique dishes, commodes, sewing, machine, good Westinghouse refrigerator and range, attractive i kitchen table and 4 chairs, electric skillet, kitchen utensils, antique coffee grinder, dozens of fruit jars, jugs, vases, pots and pans, bedding, table linen, garden hose, sprinklers, crocks, wicker baskets, trays, very, very old books, all sorts of glassware, old silverware', garden tools. Come and relive the nostalgia of the last 50 years of living in Roseville. , ^ RICHARD P. LAMOREAUX, Executor. '," ESTATE OF FANNIE PRATT SHEPHERD, Deceased RONALD C. TENOLD, Attorney for Executor VERNON SALLEE, Auctioneer. Phone: RoMVille, 426-2689 — Monmouth, 734-2733.

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