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Friday, July J 3, l^ffiffi Market Reports Today CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,000. Butcher Trend: .50-$l higher. No, 14: 200-225 ...$44 .7M4l00 No. 2-4: 190-240 $44.2$-$44.75 240-270 -..$43.5^$44 .gd 200-300 .1 t4l.75443.00 Sow Trend: steady to 25c higher. 300-500 $38.75-$40.50 Boars: 350 lbs. up $37.00-$38.00 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) $2.25 New Corn $1.89 No. 2 Oats (new) .79 No. 1 Beans (new) ....$6.21 No. 2 Wheat (new) $2.58 READ THE WANT ADS! FOR SALE STATION WAOON 1971 Plymouth Loaded, Like New h Cheap Phone 342-0330 GALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Quotations: .$42.75443.00 442.50-$42.75 441.50442.50 No. 14: 200-230 . No. 1-31 200 230 \ No. 1-3: 230-260 . No. 2-3: 260-300 ..$39.7544150 Packing Sows: $36.00437.50 MONMOUTH AUCTION REPORT July 12, 1173 Receipt! Celtic Calves Hog* Sheep This Week 177 2 2707 0 Last Week 229 2 1777 2 Last Year 343 6 2549 0 CATTLE: Receipts mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Feeder steers and heifers steady. Cows steady. FEEDER CATTLE: Choice 550-900 lb. steers 51.50-54.00; mixed Good and Choice 600-950 lb. 47.00-51.75; Good 600-900 lb. 44.00-47.25; mixed Good and Choice 550-750 lb. heifers 45.00-48.25; few Choice replacement cows with calves at side 490.00 per pair. COWS AND BULLS: Canner and Cutter cows 29.25-34.50. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices 3.00-3.50 per head higher. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 250-500 lb. 34.50-37.75. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 31.50-36.00; 40-50 lb. 35.75-40.25; 5060 lb. 40.00-44.75; 60-70 lb. 44.5048.25; 70-80 lb. 48.00-53.00 ; 80-90 lb. 52.75-60.00; U.S. 1-3 30-40 lb. 30.0034.50 ; 50-60 lb. 38.75-42.50; all sold bv the head; some bred gilts 135.00 per head; bred sows 157.50-165.00 per head. READ THE WANT ADS! EMPLOYMENT WE ARE READY TO TRAIN a YOUNG MAN to accept MANAGEMENT responsibility in our local business. Maybe you have been trying to decide between going to College or staying in GALESBURG to learn a profession under an excellent training program. You may be a young man older than college age and working on a job with no future, you would be considered too. We would like to interview you for this position, an excellent opportunity. SEND US A LETTER TELLING US ABOUT YOURSELF. Write Box 927 Register-Mail VIOLA AUCTION REPORT Jaw H, lit* - . Receipt* cetiie ctlv« Hofe Sheep This Week 352 4 430 . 362 Lets Week No sale July 4 Holiday Last Year 314 14 347 151 CATTLE: Receipts M% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. SLAUGHTER STEERS) & HEIFERS: Prime 1175-1250 lb. steers 49.5049.80; Choice and Prime 1000-1200 lb. 47.75-48.50; Choice 1000-1250 lb. 46.7548.00; Choice and Prime 900-1000 lb. heifers 46.50-47.30; Choice 850-1100 lb. 45.50-.46.75; mixed Good end Choice 800-1100 lb. 44.25-45.75. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 33.25-37.00; Canner and Cutter 29.00-35.75. FEEDER CATTLE: mixed Good and Choice 550-800 lb. steers 48.5052.75; mixed Good and Choice 550 650 lb. heifers 46.00-49.50. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 250-700 lb. 32.50-37.30. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 20-30 lb. 18.50-25.00 ; 50-60 lb. 34.00-37.75; some 80 lb. 41.75; some 105 lb. 48.25; all sold by the head; some U.S. 1-3 145 lb. 44.00; sold by weight; bred gilts 112.00-130.00 per head; bred sows 187.50 per head. SHEEP: Choice and Prime 90-108 lb. slaughter lambs 35.50-37.00; Choice 90-115 lb. 32.50-35.75 ; 60-85 lb. feeder lambs 25.50-32.75. Chicago Product CHICAGO (UPI) - Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25 - 79.25; single daisies 78 - 82; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 8992.50; B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged; extra large 66; large 63; medium 54; standard 53; pullets 46; checks 41. PeorU Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 25; insufficient volume to establish market. Hogs 3,800; 1.00-1.50 higher; No 1-2 200-240 lb 44.50-45.00; No 14 200-250 lb 44.0044.50; No 2-3 250-270 lb 43.0044.00, 270-290 lb 42.0043.00, few 290-315 lb 41.0042.00. Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through July 10: Wthdrwls $4,753,426,574.41 Deposits 6,990,448,959.15 Cash balance 8,642,209,874.14 Public debt 455,540,892,229.11 NOTICE Applications For APPRENTICE ELECTRICIANS Will Be Accepted July 2 thru July 13 Apply At 687 Lincoln St. Galesburg, III. Electricians Union 184 Knoxville Community Sale Co., Inc. KNOXVILLE, ILL. "WE DON'T MEET COMPETITION WE MAKE IT" Certified Livestock Marketing Center. State Licensed & Bonded for Your Protection. SALE - MON., JULY 16, 1973 Storting At 12 O'Clock Noon We Will Be Selling The Usuol Run of Livestock Roland Bell Phone 209-4446 W. E. Bruniga Phone 289-4128 Day or Night If you have fat cattle or feeder cattle, contact us for an appraisal, Auctioneers: Lane Hyett, Don Wolf, ROOFING & CEMENT WORK WANTED Very Reasonable 343-2523 or 289-2821 Removal of Trees STUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMING — FEEDING SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-7618 — 342-8S32 FOR SALE PICK UP CAMPER 8 ft. fibreglass cab-over, fully equipped, excellent condition. $600.00 1425 E. Losey FOR SALE 7 ROOM HOME 3 or 4 bedrooms or 2 apts., modern kitchen,.dining room, living room, 2 modern baths all well decorated, alum, storm sashes and siding, 2 enclosed porches, nice lot. Located Southeast, close to schools. AVAILABLE SEPT. 1 PRICED UPPER TEENS Write Box 925 % Gml.iburg Reglit.r-Mall Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 12,000; mostly 1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 43.25-53.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 42.75-43.25; No 2-3 240260 lb 42.00-42.75. Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 600; steers fully steady; heifers fully 25 higher; high choice and prime steers 49.0049.50; choice 47.75-49.00; good and choice 46.25 - 47.75; high choice and prime heifers 47.5047.75; choice 46.25-47.50; good choice 45.00-46.25; cutter cows 31.50-35.75; canners 28.50-31.50. Hogs-600; 1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 44.50-44.75; No 1 - 3 200-250 lb 44.00-44.50. I' I Dig Up Your Sewer No Charge II We Pail Call 34J 6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTIED WORK MRS. LANE Palm Reader end Adviser lit N. HENDERSON ST. (Ntxt to S.MI.d! RMlty) % a.m. to $ p .m. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help you! All readings confidential. For Cell 3424639 Wileh lor lion QUALITY 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 Monday estimated receipts: 2,700 cattle, 800 hogs. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 1,200; 1.00 to mostly 1.25 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb 44.5044.85; No 1-3 200-250 lb 43.75230-270 260-300 No No 2-3 2-4 lb lb 43.2541.50- 44.50; 44.00; 43.00. Cattle and calves 100; not [enough to test prices. Sheep 100. California has more mobile homes than any other state, about 197,000, followed by Florida and North Carolina. FOR SALE by OWNER CAPE COD HOME Heated garage, concrete drive, family room, 2V4' bath, central air, 3 large bedrooms. 1299 BRIDGE AVE. Shown By Appi. Only PHONE 343-1064 J-J Painting Contractors Free Estimates Reference Phone 342-6036 Wonted To Buy FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES 529-9431 529-9493 HELP WANTED (Male or Female) Man or Woman, AGE NOT IMPORTANT, single or married, for Telephone Collection Work in our Clinic Collection Department. Experience Not Necessary but would be helpful. If you think you can qualify or could be trained in this type of work, please reply giving a resume of your background and qualifications. Write Box 926 Register-Mail TECH SEAL Crack Filler Easy To Mix $2 75 Per Gal. Perfect for filling cracks in driveways. Easy to follow instructions for all types of installations. Ideal to install in warm weather. Builders Supply €o 600 E. MAIN STREET NEED A GRAIN DRYING TANK? SEE US FOR A BETTER IDEA The BfHLEN 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*2129 Continuous Flow Grain Dryer Choose from 4 models to match your harvest rate. Capacities vary, by model, from 183 to 435 bushel; per hour, ALIEN SALES AND SERVICE 5 Mile* North on Routs ISO P.O. Box No. 1. Galeifeuig, III. 61401 Tel. 309-343-J14J AEF SHORTAGE SPOIL YOUR VACATION FUN! Instead install a new Central Air Conditioning System in your home ... we are offering our new low rate. Call us for a Free Estimate. Financing Available. Til All HC PLUMBING * HEATING inUlflflV COMPANY 2262 GRAND AVE. Phone 343-1101 ANTIQUE AUCTION Sunday, July 15 — 11 AM PARTIAL ESTATE — ANTIQUE SHOP and CONSIGNMENTS Over 60 Pieces of Walnut & Oak Furniture; Wall, Mantel ahd Kitchen Clocks; Carnival, RS Prussia, Depression and Painted China; Pickle Castor and Castor Sets; Guns such as Winchester Model 42, Kentucky Rifles, Muzzle Loaders, etc.; Alladin and Pattern Glass Lamps; Large Selection of Primitives. Auctioneer: COL. FINN - TERMS: CASH RED SHED AUCTION Route 97 South Vi Mile — Havana, III. BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Only $1.95 (Plus tix) NORTH STAR AUT0-B0AT COMPASS (Retails up to $6.95 as new car accessory) Quickly installed on dash or windshield. Especially useful on rural roads and long boat trips. AND WHILE YOU'RE AT OUR STORE Take advantage of low prices on furnaces, heating systems, and air conditioning during our Up, Up and Away Sale, and be sure to enter our Up, Up and Away contest, Guess how long Tom Oerman will stay aloft in the Thermogas Balloon when he sets out to break the world hot-air balloon endurance record. You can win a chareTTe gas grill, or even a full refund of the puchase price of any gas-burning equipment or major appliances you purchase during the sale, for a tank plan with appeal, be aura and get our deal! Cnmrmo 9SS ) 1242 S. West 343-3145 ANTIQUE AUCTION As we are moving to a smaller home we have decided to sell our antiques. Sale to be held on Fulton St., Avon, 111. SUNDAY, JULY 15 1:30 PM Pressed glass; Compotes; Berry bowls; Cake stands; Jams; Pitchers; Sugar bowls; Three bread plates; Pattern glass; Celerys; Tea pots; Carnival glass bowls; China bowls; Plates; Platters; Good Pink Crystal; Depression ware; Captains chairs; Straight chairs; Two Morris chairs; Rockers; Walnut telephone table; Crockery; Stone jars; Two drop leaf Oak tables; Two square Oak dining room tables; Round Walnut table; Occasional tables; Three kitchen cupboards; Kitchen cabinet; Pie cupboard; Two Oak dressers with mirrors; Full size Walnut bed with spring and mattress; Two oval Walnut drop leaf tables, need repair; Some picture frames; Two Oak dressers; Two Maple or Birch dressers; One mahogany dresser; Mahogany chest of drawers; Mahogany bed; Mahogany dining table; Two speaker cabinets; Secretary desk; Metal book stand; Guardian Service cookware, incomplete; Walnut occasional table, needs work; Numerous other articles of household items. Some modern furniture. Etc. TERMS — CASH Not Reiporuible Fox Accidents MR. AND MRS. LOYD (RED) ARINGDALE Auctioneer: LOWELL BUCK — Clerk: JACK GORDON READ THE WANT ADS! READ THE WANT ADS! TIP ol the WEEK If yon mix putty with a little ol the H>use > , or trim paint when using it around windbws, \ ); a touch-up won't be necessary. * Jim Hagr.Hui \ there's a lot of hot weather left this summer. See us about central gas air conditioning by Serve!. Call for freCftome cooling analysis. Thmrmofa* 1242 South Weit St. Galesburg - Ph. 3434145 ESTATE AUCTION AUTOMOBILES — ANTIQUES — TOOLS ?v CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 NORTH WEST STREET Sat., July 14th - 10:00 A.M. To settle (he Estate of Burton LcRoy Slants, deccasedj we will sell the following Chattlc Property. - ; AUTOMOBILES: 1370 Gremlin 2 door 6 cylinder automobile with automatic transmission, radio and heater, only 1,510 miles. 1967 Impaln S.S. Chevrolet 8 cyclinder 2 door sedan. This is a super- sport automatic with 4 on the floor. 1363 Chevrolet Green Briar B cylinder sports wagon built into a camper. Only has 26.00J Miles, Has radio, henter and stick shift. 1360 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 hajid 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 nil be on display at the store Friday, July 13th from 8(30*a.m. till 3:00 p.m. ' ANTIQUES: Roll top desk, old bicycle, office chair, anvil, Jnlsc. tools, set of drawers, metal hnll tree, spool thread box, other primitive pteccs. i 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; pcdtstal grinder; Mall saw; Craftsman sander; Zip saBVo saw; Sunbeam drill; Craftsman table saw; Craftsman planer and,,at)ach- mcnts; pipe vises, pipe threader and die sets; tool storage,.cfiblnet and contents; largo vise, Craftsman bench grinder; electrics wtJdcr; drop cords; all kinds of wrenches including sets; very complete line of hand tools Including end wrenches, pipe wreenhos} socket sets, pliers, screw drivers, li" and W drills, furniture ^clHmps, block and tackles, floor creepers; 100's of other Items InSWdlng boys bicycle, garden and yard tools, floor jacks, saw horses',; rjietal desk, camp stove, metal cabinets, new boiler tubes, tooI™box«s, glider; Model 572 Remington Floldmastcr 22 Rifle, Hiawatha Model 180—.22 Rifle with inverted Scope, New Machettc, to bo sold at the first part of the sale. MRS. MARGARET STAATS, Adm. ol in. Eitaie of BURTON L.ROY STAATS, D.c.aiad 1 DONALD L. STOFFEL, Attorney for th. Admlnlitrafor • PHONE 343*3117 CORB1NS AUCTION SERVICE—Phon. 343-9033 DELENE COOK—Cl.rk M. W. KENT—Caihl.r COOK and WOODS—Aucflonaar* Mr. Stnats 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 at 10:00 A.M. Sharp, " u ' REAL ESTATE AUCTION of LONDON MILLS PROPERTY Due to ill health, the owners will sell at Auction at the Premises, the former Hotel Property located at the Northwest .corner of Main and Third Streets, in London Mills, Illinois;' SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1973 AT 10 A.M. PROPERTY: Lots 26, 27, 28, except 25'/J feel off North"£fid of said lots in the Original Town of London Mills, Fulton County, Illinois. Improved with n large 2 story wood frame house, with Metal & asphalt roofing, part basement, stoker heat, 2 hot water heaters, City water, combination storms, screens. 1st. floor consists of 7 rooms, bath, Vi bath, 3 closets, 3 kitchen sinks, 3 electric rAnge outlets. 2nd floor consists of 9 rooms, bath, 3 closets, 2 kitchen sinks, 1 electric range outlet. This property was formerly used as a Hotel, but in later jjears as rental apartments. , Property Is located on the route of Spoon River Scenic Drive, and would be Ideal for an Antique and Collector Item display home. This home is large enough for your own living and rental apartments. Also trailer on lot paying rent at present titTttS, With water & electricity to trailer. i ' This property has a lot of opportunities, look It over -and bo here sale clay. J Abstract to a current date will bo provided. » , TERMS OF SALE: 20% Payable ;it time of sale with balance due on or before 30 days from clay or sale, at which time Warranty Deed and possession will be given subject to rights of tenants presently renting. 11)73 Taxes to b prorated to time of delivery of Deed. Some household Hems will bo sold for cash Immediately following sale of real estate. J Property may be Inspected by contacting Owners or Auctioneer. — Not R.tpontlbl. For Accld.nti — \ Clarence L. Shover Lorraine Shover. Owners Ph. 486-3302 u > Auctioneer: CARL 8TECK. Maquon, III. Ph. §75-3576 ' Attorney: CHARLES WESNER, 10S N. Main, Abingdon, Ph. 462}2II7 FURNITURE AUCTION We will sell the following articles at Auction, one block East and one block North of the Park, London Mills, III. SATURDAY, JULY 21 sr 1 PM Norgc automatic washer; Norge electric dryer; Magnavox console color TV; Four piece bedroom suite; Admiral electric stove; Dinette drop leaf table and four chairs; Corner cupboard; Kelvinator refrigerator; Daveno bed; Console AM- FM radio; GE tank type sweeper; Red recliner; ANTIQUE OAK COMBINATION DESK AND CHINA CUPBOARD.WITH ROUND GLASS; ANTIQUE BOOKCASE; ANTIQUE BED AND DRESSER; ANTIQUE DRESSER; Iron bed; Library table; Old picture frames; Kitchen cabinet, good; Utility-cabinet; Ping Pong table; Cooking utensils; Dishes; Odd chairs; Electrical appliances; Quilts; Outdoor grill; Record cabinet; Two lawn mowers, one with snow blower; Lard press; Coleman heater; Coleman lantern; Fishing equipment;"Hand tools; Lots of electrical supplies, wire, plugs, plates, etc; Battery charger; Car vacuum cleaner. Many other items. " At the same time and place the following articles belonging to Ncola Hale will be sold. Sears four burner gas stove, extra nice; Dinette set with four chairs; GE console TV; Kneehole desk and lamp^'Rex- aire sweeper and attachments; Living room suite; ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN AND BENCH; Iron bed with new box springs and mattress; Dresser; Chest of drawers; 9xl2~wool rug and pad; High back rocker; Platform rocker; Bridge and 'floor lamps; Set of dishes, service for eight; Window fan; Osculating fan; ANTIQUE COMMODE; Camel back trunk; Treadl^'sew- ing machine; Presto electric oven; Scatter rugs; Philco clock radio; Costume jewelry; Pictures; Flower stand;"(Mher dishes; Seth Thomas clock, strikes; Wall mirror; B'e 'dding and blankets; Numerous other articles. TERMS-CASH. /, 7 Not Responsible For Accidents. • 1 Lois McAtee & Neoia Hale, Owner,!, Lowell Buck, Auctioneer. Keith Webb, Clerk.

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