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,30 ^lesbum .filflJ^e ^MQil^ Gatej ^ffl, Jlj. Wednesday^July 11,1973 m m m m m m S m n m s m • M m ft M • *» M B> ft ft ft m • M ft R ft M ft ' ft ft? Market Reports Today Z "CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET * Volume: 1,900. * Butcher Trend: steady. 'No. 14: 200-225 $42.75-$43.50 No. 2-4: 190-240 ._..|42.2B-$42.75 ^40-270 $41.25442.60 _280-300 $40.00-$41.00 ""•Sow Trend: steady. ^300-500 _;__.___.$37.50-$39.?5 GALESBURG ORDER BUYER* Burlington Northern Stockyards Quotations: No. 1-2: 200-230 $41 .75 -$42 .00 JO. 1 -3: "200-230 $41 .50 -$41 .75 .vtfo. 1 -3:' 4«r * ir­ es ta H W * a w us « K 9 n n m. » EJ » r. Post LO-PRICE Food Store , WHY PAY MORE 24 SIZE LARGE HEAD LETTUCE * 29c * NEW CROP - FANCY NECTRINES Lb. 39c SOFT PLY .: TOILET TISSUE 10 Ro,u 89c OSCAR MAYER BEEF WIENER or Reg. WIENERS 4- SMOKEY LINKS Pk. 99c GIANT SIZE TIDE GOLDEN CRUST BREAD 4 For $100 Reg. 29c KELLY'S — 59c Value POTATO CHIPS *" 39c GOOD LUCK OLEO 3 Lb $ 1 00 r m Coupon B _| FOLGERS | COFFEE i $2 3 ' 1 i 3 Lb Can With This Coupon • Without Coupon $2.69 " TRADING POST |^ Expires 7-14-73 r m Coupon ^ pjpn MAXWELL HOUSE I I COFFEE | $239 3 Lb. Tin With This Coupon • Without Coupon $2.79 M " TRADING POST " 1^ Expires 7-14-73 Jj r m m Coupon . K Ivory Liquid! I DETERGENT I • .r 39c; • With This Coupon • | Without Coupon 59c | " Expires 744,73 " |^ TRADING POST | TRADING" POST Super Mkt. 1515 E. MAIN ST. 230-260 ... . $40.50-$4l.50 No. 2-3: 260-300 $38.75-$40.50 Packing Sows: $35.00-$36.50 GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go tip or down by 1:30 psn. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $2.06 New Corn -$1.77 No. 2 Oats ... .73 No. 1 Beans '(old) ....$6.10 New . $5.49 No. 2 Wheat $2.45 MACOMB AUCTION REPORT July 10, 1973 Receipts Calll* Calves Hogt Sheep This Week 446 10 468 4!) Last Week 407 9 250 11 Last Year 544 15 S49 80 CATTLE: Receipts 40% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Slaughter steers and heifers 25-50C higher. Cows 2!>- 50c higher. Feeder cattle .50-1.00 lower. SLAUGHTER STEERS & HEIFERS: Choice and Prime 1000-1150 lb. steers 47.25-48.00; Choice 1000-1200 lb. 46.25-47.50; Choice and Prime 900-1100 lb. heifers 46.25-47.00; Choice 850-1050 lb. 45.25-46.50; mixed Good and Choice 850-1100 lb. 44.2545.50. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 32.50-37.00; Canner and Cutter 29.00-35.75; bulls yield grade 1-2 1100-1800 lb. 40.00-44.10. FEEDER CATTLE: Choice 300-550 lb. steers 55.00-63.25; 550-750 lb. 51.00-55.25; mixed Good and Choice 550-800 lb. 47.00-51.25; Good 550-900 lb. 44.00-47.25; Choice 400-550 lb. heifers 50.00-52.50; mixed Good and Choice 550-750 lb. 44.50-47.00. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices 1.50-2.00 per head higher. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 250-650 lb. 32.25-37.30. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 20-30 lb. 21.25 7 25.00; 40-50 lb. 26.00-31.50 : 5060 lb. 31.25-37.00; 80-90 lb. 44.00-46.50; all sold by the head; bred sows 150.0O-186.0O per head. SHEEP: Good and Choice replacement ewes 15.50-25.00 per head. Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat and corn were substantially higher and soybeans mixed at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Jly 2.71 up VA Sep 2.66 3 /4 up 8% Dec 2.66 up 8% Corn Jly 2.21% up 7% Sep 2.05% up 6% Dec 1.97V4 up 4y 8 Soybeans Jly 7.30 off 10 Aug 7.25% off 39V 2 Sep 6.40 unch. I Treasury Accounts I WASHINGTON (UPI)Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through July 6: (Wthdrwls $3,352,972,328.40 Deposits 4,331,147,231.31 Cash balance 9,472,997,739.82 Public debt 455,350,919,200.63 Backyard Sale 1236 E. SOUTH Thurs., July 12 9-4 Clothing at Miic. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 9% Inland Stl 29% AltdChem 34 IBM 317% AIM Strs 23% Int Harv 29% Allis Chal 8% Int Nick 29% Alcoa 57% Int Paper 35 Am Air 11% Int T&T 32% Am Can 31% Iowa P&L 22% Am Cyan 24% Johns-Mn 21% Am Dist 22V* Kennecott 25% AmElPwr 26% Keys Cons 15% Am Mtrs 8 Kresge 35 ] /a Am T&T 51% Kroger 16% Anaconda 20% Lib McN 5% Ashl Oil 26 Litton 8% Atl Rich 84% Lockhd 6M Avco 9 Mar Oil 30% Bea Fds 21% Maytag 30% Bendix 33% . Merck 84% Beth Stl 27% Minn Min 82% Boeing 18% Mobil Oil 64% Borden 22% Monsanto 52% Cap C Bdg 44%Nat Bis 42% Catplr 59% Olin Corp WA Celanese 33% Outbd M 31% Cen II Lt 22% Owens-Ill 30% Cen Tel 24 Penn Cen 1% Cessna 18% Penney 74% Chrysler 24% Pepsi Cola 80% Cities Svc 47% Pfizer 46% Coca-Cola 143% Phil Pet 50% Colum Gas 28%Procter G 104% Comm Ed 30% Quak Oat 30% Comsat 46% RCA 24% Cons Ed 23 Rep Stl 23% Cont Can 25 Revlon 60% Cont Oil 30 7 / 8 Safeway 31% CPC Intl 29 St. Regis 37% Dana 26% SanFelnd 25% Deere 39% Sears 95 Du Pont 168% °Shell Oil 52% Eastman 136 Simmons 19 Exxon 94% So Pac 31% Firestone 19% Sperry 42% Ford Mtrs 54% Std Bds 49% Fruehauf 25% SO Ind 86% Gam Sko 27% Stvns JP 25% Gen Dyna 16% Stude 34% Gen El 58% Texaco 33% Gen Fds 25% Tex Inst 89% Gen Mtrs 66% Un Carb 36% Gen Tel 29% Un El 16% Gen Tire 18% Utd Corp 8% Goodrich 20% US Gyps 22 Goodyear 23% US Stl 30% Greyhnd 14% West Un 22 Gulf Oil 22% Wstghs El 36% 111 Cent 18% Weyerh 64% 111 Pwr 26% Woolwrth 21% Mercantile Exchange j CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today:. High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Aug 49.90 48.90 49.90 «.87 Oct 50.45 49.40 50.35 49.42 Dec 50.50 49.50 50.25 49.50 Feb 50.50 49.37 50.30 49.45 Apr 49.97 49.20 49.62 49.40 Jim 49.75 49.20 49.52 49.25 Aug 49.45 48.85 43.90 48.80 Live Hogs Jly 45.47 44.30 45.47 43.92 Aug 47.20 46.10 47.05 45.75 Oct 47.37 46.10 47.27 45.90 Dec 48.05 47.10 47.60 46.90 Feb 48.05 47.10 47.70 47.00 Apr, 45.75 44.50 45.45 44.70 Jun 45,80 44.50 45.55 44.60 Jly 44.80 43.60 44.50 43.70 Aug 43.35 42.00 43.35 42.75 Frozen Pork Bellies Jly 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 Aug 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 Feb 69.37 68.40 69.37 67.80 Mar 68.87 67.55 68.87 67.25 May 68.25 67.00 68.20 67.00 Jly 67.00 66.20 66.87 66.20 Aug 66.10 66.12 65.50 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in moderate trading. Bonds lower. U.S. goveimiment bonds slightly higher in quiet trading. American stocks higher in moderate trading. Cotton futures mostly lower. Chicago grain futures mostly higher. Cattle steady; top 49.50. BACKYARD SALE 1383 Monroe THURS., July 12—9 a.m. Jo ?? Venti-hood, 2 Christmas trees, 2 wash tubs, baby clothes, women's sz. 12 clothing, men's clothing, towels, linens, lingerie, toys & misc. 5 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 207 Lincoln St. WED. — 5 - 8 P.M. THURS. — 9 - 5 National Geographic magazines, garage door opener, electric oven, fishing equipment, drapes, clothing, misc. articles too numerous to mention. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 16,000; unevenly 25-50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 42.25, few 42.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 41.5042.25; No 2-3 240-260 lb 40.5041.50. GARAGE SALE 1261 Parkview Circle WED. EVENING THURS. — 8 - 4 Lots of children & ladies clothing, record player, tape recorder, photo equipment, bike, lots of misc. Backyard Sale 1042 N. CEDAR THURS. FRIDAY - -10-5 10 to ? ? Old buffet & chairs, silver pieces, clothes & misc. GARAGE SALE 1115 W. NORTH ST. Wed. 4-8; Thurs. 8-? (Rain Dai* Sat.) Venetian blinds, drapes, bed spread, clothes, dishes & misc. items. Not Responsible For Accidents Legal Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given by the Board of Trustees of The Spoon Valley Lake Sanitary District, located in the County of Knox and State of Illinois, that a tentative Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for said The Spoon Valley Lake Sanitary District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1973, and. ending June 30, 1974, is now on file and conveniently available to public inspection at the office of the Board of Trustees, (Information Center, Oak Run), ,Persifer Township, Knox County, Illinois, in said District. Notice is further hereby given that a Public Hearing on such Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held at 8:00 P.M. on the 7th day of August, 1973, at the office of the Board of Trustees, Information Center, Oak Run, Persifer Township, Knox County, Illinois, in said District. DATED this 28th day of June, 1973. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE SPOON VALLEY LAKE SANITARY DISTRICT By: Garry L. Seehawer (SEAL) Clerk 7/11-18; 2T Ptoria Llvettttk | PfiOfttA, 111. (UPI) - un* stock: Cattle 1,000; steers steady; heifers Steady to strong; choice steers mostly 47.00-48.00, 1 load high choice with end of prime 48.25; "Choice 46.50-47.00; good and Choice 45.5047.00; good 43.0046.00; choice heifers mostly 46.0047.00; good and choice 44 5045.50. Hogs' 3,000; steady; No 14 200-240 lb 43.0043.50; No 14 200-260 lb 42.5043.00; No 24 250-270 lb 41.5042.50, 370-290 lb 40.5041.5; No 24 29440 lb 39.50-40.50. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 2,400; mostly steady to 25 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb largely 43.00; No 14 200-250 lb 42.2543.00, mostly 42.5043.00; No 2-3 240-270 lb 41.7542.25; No 24 270-200 lb 40.5041.75; No 3-4 290-350 lb 38.50-39.50. Cattle and calves 500; steers and heifers steady to 25, instances 50 higher; choice steers 46.75 - 47.50; good and choice 45.5046.75; few good and choice heifers 44.0045.00. Sheep 175; lambs steady to strong; choice and prime spring lambs 37.5048.50; choice 36.5038.00. Chicago Produce j CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25-79.25; single daisies 78-82; Swissblocks 180-100 lb Grade A 89-92.50, B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged; extra large 64; large 61; medium 54; standard 51; pullets 46; checks 41. READ THE WANT ADS! Carpet Problems? Call Us New and Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds BAR CARPET SERVICE 3424650 Grain Future! CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Lew Close Pre* Wheat Jly 273% 266 273 264 Sep 268^259 268V* 258^ Dec 267% 260 267% 258 Mar 268% 262 266% 258% May 263% 257% 263% 253% Corn Jly 224 215 224 215 Sep 209 201 209 199% Dec 203% 103% 203% 103% Mar 206Vi 196% 205V« 195% May 205% 197 205% 196 « (old) 03% 93% 89 91 93% 90 Sep 99% 93 . 98% 93% Dec 105V4 98 104% 99V4 Mar 106 100% 106 100 May 107 102% 107 101 beans 720 750 740 Aug 750 725 740 765 Sep 670 600 670 640 Nov 598' 556 596 568 Jan '590 546 590 567 Mar 590 550 589 567 May 587% 545 587 569 oats (old) Jly 93% Oats (flew) Jly . 93% Soybeans Jly 755 Jollet Livestock JdUEf, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 1,700; steers and heifers steady; high choice and prime steers 49.0049.50; choice 47.7549.00; good and choice 46.00-47.50; choice heifers 46.2547.50; good and choice 45.0046.75; cutter Cows 31.00-35.25; Canners 28.0041.00. Hogs 1,000; steady; No 1-2 1200430 lb 43.0043.25; No 1-3 200-250 lb 42.5043.00; No 34 290 lb 40.50. Thursday estimated receipts: cattle 25, hogs 700. CIMINT WORK W ANtiO Very Reasonable 343-2523 or 2lf 2121 Wonted To Buy •ARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cert Removed D&D SERVICES 520-9431 529.0493 FOR SALE STATION WAGON 1971 Plymouth Loaded, Like N.w k Cheap Phone 3424)330 FOR SALE - By Owner 8 room, 4 bedrm., 2 full baths FAMILY HOME on large lot in Willard School District. Low 20's For Appointment Call 342-4064 Don't Dig Up Your Sewer No Charge It We Fail Call 343-6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois, hereby invites sealed bids for the Demolition of Condemned Buildings located at the following address: 885 South Academy Street Galesburg, Illinois Bids will be received until 10:00 A.M., C.D.S.T., July 26, 1973; and, at that time, publicly opened and read aloud in.the office of the Purchasing Agent. Bid Forms may be obtained at the office of the Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Resolution No. 73-382 requires the compliance with ILL. FEPC "Equal Employment Opportunity Clause". Arvey W. Hanson Purchasing Agent" 7/11; IT 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 READ THE WANT ADS! BACKYARD & BAKE SALE Thurs., July 12 -9-4 No Sale* before 9 A.M. Sponsored by Armed Force* Service Club 547 RIO ST. Production Workers Needed Equal Opportunity Employer • Good Working Conditions • Good Wage Rates • Paid Vacations and Holidays • Paid Insurance Apply At — BDirrc 801 N °- MA,N sT - DlVlO\ela# ABINGDON, ILL. NOTICE Applications For APPRENTICE ELECTRICIANS Will Be Accepted , July 2 thru July 13 Apply At 687 Lincoln St. Galesburg, III. Electricians Union 184 Backyard Sale 782 N. ACADEMY s Thurs., July 12 - 8-5 Ladies, teens, childrens clothing, summer & winter, coats and other misc. items. NEED A GRAIN DRYING TANK? SEE US FOR A BETTER IDEA The BEHIEN KA170 Automatic Dryer — Plus Our 10,000 Bu. Storage Tank For Less Than Our Popular Drying Tank —- Faster Drying Too. In Stock Now. Avoid Late Delivery. KIRK # S CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 1006 Monmouth Blvd. Galesburg 343-2128 Western Illinois University Swine Evaluation Station Performance Tested BOAR SALE LOCATED AT THE W.I.U. LIVESTOCK CENTER 1 mile north and 1 mile west of Macomb, Illinois Monday, July 16, 1973 8:00 P.M. Tuesday, August 21, 1973 8:00 P.M. Selling Approximately 60 Head of Boars in each sale Individual pood, Roto of Gain, Sonoray, Backfar, and litter Mate Slaughter Data Available on all Bears told at these sales. Western Illinois University Swine Evaluation Station Rural Route 1 Macomb/ Illinois 61455 Phone: (309) 837-2613 SALE Phono (309) #37-3139 J-J Painting Contractors Free Estimates Reference ' Phono 342-6036 — PRESBYTERIAN —— RESALE SHOP ECONOMY CORNER Knoxville, III. OPEN THURS. 10 a.m .-4 p.m. New Entrance on East Sid* of Church MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Advisor 189 N. HENDERSON ST. (N»x» la Stutedt RMlty) 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help youl All readings confidential. For appointment! Call 342-6639 Watch lor sign READ THE WANT ADS! 10% «>ONT LET A GASOLINE ^ JKC SHORTAGE SPOIL 1™ YOUR VACATION FUN! Instead install a now Central Air Conditioning System in your home ... we are offering our new low rate. Call us for a Free Estimate. Financing Available. Til All AC PLUMB,NG * HEATING inUHIfW COMPANY 2262 GRAND AVE. Phone 343-1101 Quality Precast Concrete MANUFACTURED IN GALESBURG Scalloped Lawn Mower Trim with inside or outside corners. Ask about our V* squares to ring 18" & 24" round to make a 30, 36 or 48" square. 7 Foot Parking Curbings. 6 & 7 Foot Parking Logs. Special prices for quantity purchases of parking logs & curbings. GALESBURG CONCRETE MATERIAL CO. 1050 MONMOUTH BLVD. PH. 343-3181 Used Furniture Sale CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 N. WEST STREET Open Daily 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM Fri. Till 9:00 PM All Prices Subject to U-Haul on Used. G.E. Console Color T-V Set _• —, $59.95 Zenith 2 Component Part Stereo Record Player $59.95 Gold Permalux Swivel Rocker ($198.00 Value, Like New) $98.95 Matching Studio and Chair — Nice — Only $89.95 3-Pc, Sectional Sofa in Beige — Reduced To — $69.95 T-V~ Chair - ... $ 9.95 Black Boston Rocker, Like New — $69.95 Value — Only ... $39.95 Jr. Size Office Desk in Walnut — Just Like New $79.95 Like New Maple Students Desk — $119.95 Value $69.95 8-Pc. Walnut Finish Dining Room Suite $29.95 Mahogany King Size Head Board end Swing Out Frame $29.95 2-Pc. Bedroom Suite, Complete , $59.95 Twin Size Hollywood Bed — — $39.95 Twin Size Maple Bed, Complete $29.95 Gas Range — , — $ 9.95 LOTS OF FREE OFF STREET PARKING See Our Complete Line of New Name Brand Furniture We Take Trade-Im — Liberal Credit Termi To Rstponiibl* Pattlet ESTATE AUCTION AUTOMOBILES — ANTIQUES — TOOLS CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 NORTH WEST STREET Sot., July 14th - 10:00 A.M. To settle the Estate of Burton LeRoy Staats, deceased, we will sell the following Chattle Property. AUTOMOBILES: 1970 Gremlin 2 door 6 cylinder automobile with automatic transmission, radio and heater, only 1,510 miles. 1967 Impala S.S. Chevrolet 8 cyclinder 2 door sedan. This is a super- sport automatic with 4 on the floor. 1963 Chevrolet Green Briar 6 cylinder sports wagon built, into a camper. Only has 26,000 miles, Has radio,, heater and stick shift. 1960 Falcon 6 cylinder 4 door station wagon with radio and heater. A home made 1940 single axle 2 wheel box trailer 1500 lb, load capacity with hydraulic hand operated dump. NOTE: Mr. Staat always kept these cars in top condition and have low mileage. The cars must be seen to be appreciated. They will all be on display at the store Friday, July 13th from 8:30 a.m. till 9:00 p.m. ANTIQUES: Roll top desk, old bicycle, office chair, anvil, misc. tools, set of drawers,, metal hall tree, spool thread box, other primitive pieces. TOOLS: Norseman snow blower; 20 ft. aluminium extension ladder; 20 ft. wood extension ladder; step ladders, drill press and stand; like new 3" belt sander; battery charger; drill press stand and tilt table; grinders; welding equipment; Dunlap table saw and stand; pedistal grinder; Mall saw; Craftsman sander; Zip sabre saw; Sunbeam drill; Craftsman table saw; Craftsman planer and attachments; pipe vises, pipe threader and die sets; tool storage cabinet and contents; large vise, Craftsman bench grinder; electric welder; drop cords; all kinds of wrenches including sets; very complete line of hand tools including end wrenches, pipe wreenhes, socket sets, pliers, screw drivers, Vx" and ?»" drills, furniture clamps, block and tackles, floor creepers; 100's of other items Including boys bicycle, garden and yard tools, floor jacks, saw horses, metal desk, camp stove, metal cabinets, new boiler tube*, tool boxes, glider; 3 Antique Shot Guns and a Saber, to be sold at the first Part of the sale. MRS. MARGARET STAATS, Adm. of the E*tai* of BURTON L.ROY STAATS, Deceased DONALD L. STOFFEL. Attorney for the Administrator PHONE 343-3117 CORBINS AUCTION SERVICE—Phone 343-9033 DELENE COOK—Clerk M. W. KENT—Caihi.r COOK *nd WOODS-AucHonter* Mr. Staats had a very complete shop and most of his equipment is in top condition. It was impossible to list each and every item. If you need tools, plan on attending this auction. The automobiles Will be sold »t 10:00 AM. Sharp.

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