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***** #•#»•«* *SBL (kriesbura Reqistef'MQil, (Satesburfl, 1 iI, Menday> July 23, 1973 Market Reports Today -~ " GALBSBURG ORDER BUYER* Bottltgts* Ntrthern Stockysr «h NSMT. - MM 206-230 $48.00-$48.50 No. 1-3: 230-280 $47.25*$48.25 No. 2-5: 2«0-300 $45.25-$47.25 Packing Sows: 300-500 $39.50-$41.00 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET . .Volume:, 1,800. . Butcher Trend: 50c-$l higher, No, 1-2: 200-225 $50.25-$50.60 ' No. U: 190-240 $49.50-$50.25 240-270 $48.75-$50.00 280-300 $48.00-$48.50 Sow Trend: 50c-$l higher. 300-500 $43.50-$46.25 : Boars: 350 lbs. up $37.25-$38.50 Pooria Livtitock ,. PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: , Cattle 1,800; steers strong to 50-75, instances 1.00, higher; heifers steady to 25 higher; choice, and prime steers 51.0051.25; choice 49.00-50.00, some 51.00; good and choice 47.5049.50; good 44.50-47.50; choice and prime heifers 48.25-48.75; choice '46.50 - 48.25; good and choice 45.50-46.50; good 42.0045.50. Hogs 3,800; steady; No 1-2 200235 lb ,49.75-50.00, few 190-195 lb 49.50; No 1-3 195-250 lb 49.5050.00; No 2-3 250-270 lb 49.0049.25, 270-300 lb 47.50-49.00; No 3 300-350 lb 47.0047.50, Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: ... 17,000; 50-75 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 48.7549.00; No 1-3 200-240 lb mostly 48.25-48.75, few 48.00; No 2-3 240-260 lb 47.5048.25. Joiiet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 2,000; steers 75-fully 1.00 higher; heifers 1.00-1.50 higher; high choice and prime steers 51.00-52.00; choice 50.0051.00; good and choice 49.2550.00; choice heifers 48.0049.50; good and choice 47.0048.00; no canrier or cutter cows. Hogs 800; 50-75 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 50.00-50.75; No 1-3 200-250 lb 49.50-50.00; No 2-4 250-270' lb 48.5049,50; No 34 270-300 lb 47.00-48.50. 48.50; good 44.5047.50; choice heifers 410041.00; load 40 .50; good and choice 46.00 - 47.25; good 43.0046.00. Sheep 350; lambs 50*1.00 higher; choice and prime spring 37.50-38.00; choice 36.50-37.50; good 34.5046.50. St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-iLivestock: Hogs 4,500; 1 .00 higher; No 1-3 200-240 lb 50.00; around 50 head No 1*2 50.25. Cattle 2,000; slaughter steers and heifers fully 50, instances 75, higher; high choice and prime steers 1125-1250 lb 49.5050.00; mixed choice and prime 1075-1225 49.2549.50; choice 9501250 lb 48.0049.25; mixed good and choice 900-1150 lb 46.5048.00; good 44.0046.50; mixed choice and prime hiefers 9001025 lb 47.00-47.50; choice 8001050 lb 45.75-47.00; mixed good and choice 750-950 lb 44.00-45.75; good 41.0044.00. Sheep 250. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri (produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 58-68, medium 48-59, small 3345; B large 52-63. Hens ice-packed broiler-fryers 48.50-50 for this week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 3840, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. Tuesday estimated receipts: 300 cattle, 700 hogs. XEWANEE AUCTION REPORT July 20, 1S7I Receipts CetileCslvee Hogs Sheen This Week 25 26 442 62 Last Week 27 33 60 66 CATTLE: Receipts mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Feeder Eteers and heifers .50-1.00 higher. Cows steady. FEEDER CATTLE: mixed Good and Choice 450-550 steers 49.00-53 .00. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 32 .75 -35.10. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices 3.00-4.00 per head higher. FEEDER CATTLE: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 30.00-35.75: 40 -50 lb. 39.50-40.00; 50 -60 lb. 39 .75 -44.25 ;60 -70 lb. 44.0048.50; 70 -80 lb. 48.25-53 .75: some 100 lb. 56.50: all sold by the head; bred sows 195.00-212.50 per head. SHEEP: 30-45 lb. feeder lambs 17.50-19.50 per head: Good replacement ewes 18.00-21.50 per head. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 2,500 ; 75-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb 50.00-50.50, 25 head 51.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 49.5050.00; No 2-3 250-290 lb 48.5049.50; few No 3-4 280-330 lb 46.5048.50. Cattle and calves 1,200; steers and, heifers steady to 1.00 higher, late mostly 50-1.00 higher; choice steers 48.50 - 50.00; 2 packages high choice and prime 50.50; good and choice 47.00- GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may cither go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $2.56 New Corn $2.26 No. 2 Oats (new) .96 No. 1 Beans (new) ...$7.47 No. 2 Wheat (new) ....$2.90 Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI)—Wheat and corn were substantially higher and soybeans irregularly higher at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Sep 2.14% up 10 Dec 3.07V4 up 10 Mar 2.98 up 10 Corn Sep "2.56% up 10 Dec 2.43 up 7 Mar 2.40 1 / 2 up 4% . Soybeans Aug ' 10.20 unch. Sep 9.60 up 40 Nov 7.79 up2iy 2 | New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock mafket midday prices: Adtnifal 11% Inland Stl 20 AlldOhem 34% IBM 315 ' Alld Strs 26^4 Int Harv 30V« Allis Chal 10 Int Nick 31 Alcoa 61% Int Paper 36% Am Air W* Int T&T 32% Am Can 31»/4 Iowa P&L 22% Am Cyan 25% Johns-Mn 22% AmElPwr 26y« Kennecott 27% Am Mtfs 7% Kresge 38 Am T&T 53 Kroger 17% Anaconda 22% Lib McN 5% Ashl Oil 26 Litton WA Atl Rich 82% Lockhd'6% Avco 10% Mar Oil 27% Bea Fds 22% Maytag 31% Beth Stl 28% Merck 89% Boeing, 19% Minn Min 83 7 /s Borden 23V 4 Mobil Oil 62V4 Cap C Bdg 47%Monsanto 55 Catplr 61V4 Nat'Bis 45 Celanese 34% Olin Corp 14V4 ICen II Lt 21% Outbd M 36% Cen Tel 24% Owens-Ill 29% Cessna 22% Penn Cen 2% Chrysler 25% Penney 78% Cities Svc 43% Pepsi Cola 82% Coca-Cola 143% Pfizer 51Vi Colum Gas 28 Phil Pet 52 Comm Ed 31 Procter G 107 Comsat 53% Quak Oat 33% Cons Ed 23 RCA 26% Cont Can 26 Rep Stl 24% Cont Oil 29% Revlon 65% CPC Intl 29% Safeway. 33% Dana 30% St. Regis 40% Deere 45% SanFelnd 25% Du Pont 168% Sears 100% Eastman 142 Shell Oil 52 Exxon 93% Simmons 20% Falstaff 3% So Pac 30% Firestone 20 Sperry 44% Ford Mtrs 56% Std Bds 50V4 . Fruehauf 27% SO Ind 80% Gam Sko 27% Stvns JP 27% Gen Dyna 20 Stude 37% Gen El 62% Texaco 33% Gen Fds 25% Tex Inst 103 Gen Mtrs 67% Un Carb 37% Gen Tel 31% Un El 16% Gen Tire 20 Utd Corp 8% Goodrich 21% US Gyps 22% Goodyear 23% US Stl 29% Greyhnd 14% West Un 22 Gulf Oil 24% Wstghs EL37% 111 Cent 21 Weyerh 64% 111 Pwr 26 Woolwrth 20% Grain Futures CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Sep 314% 304 314% 304% Dec 307% 297% 307% 297% Mar 298 288% 298 288 ' May 291% 283 291% 282 Corn Sep 256% 256% 256% 246% Dec 246 232% 245 236 Mar 244% 231% 242 234% May 243 228% 240 233% Jly 241 230 238 ... Oats Sep 119% 114V4 119% 114 Dec 122% 117% 122% 116% Mar 128% 124% 128 124% May 128% 126 128 122% Soybeans Aug 1060 1060 1060 1020 Sep 960 959 980 920 Nov 790 745 761 760 Jan 768 725 744 730 Mar 762 721 741 725 May 749 713 730 715 Jly 946 721 724 LARGE BACKYARD SALE 913 N. Prairie TUBS. Eve. 4-8 Wed, 9 AM-? 2—13-6:00 snow tires, furniture, AMF pool table {exc. cond.), high chair, baby buggy, toys, grill, bike, clothes, bakery items, sewing machine, record player, books, dishes, paint, misc. items too numerous to mention. Mercantile Exchange upi 07-23 01:52 ped CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today:. High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Aug 51.75 51.50 51.75 50.70 Oct 52.82 52.60 52.82 51.87 Dec 54.15 53.85 54.15 53.10 Feb 54.52 54.00 54.52 53.25 Apr 53.55 53.55 53.55 52.55 Jun 53.47 53.47 53.47 52.47 Aug 52.80 52.80 52.80 51.80 Live Hogs Aug 51.05 50.05 51.05 49.50 Oct 50.87 50.10 50.87 49.35 Dec 52.90 52.00 52.90 51.35 Feb 52.92 52.00 52.92 51.40 Apr 51.42 50.50 51.42 49.97 Jun 51.50 50.15 51.50 50.00 Jly 50.75 50.50 50.75 49.25 Aug 48.20 47.50 48.20 46.70 Frozen Pork Bellies Jly 62.70 6L20 Aug . 62.70 62.70 62.70 61.20 Feib 75.52 75.52 75.52 74.02 Mar 74.60 74.60 74.60 73.10 May 73.90 73.90 73.90 72.40 Jly 72.25 70.50 Aug 71.77 71.50 71.50 70.00 Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 914.06 up 3.16 20 trans 164.85 up 0.66 15 utils 101.58 up 0.19 65 stocks 278.31 up 0.93 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher.and fairly ac tive. Bonds slightly lower. U.S. government bonds higher in quiet trading. American stocks higher and fairly active. Coititon futures higher. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle 754.00 higher; top 52.00. Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through July 18: Wthdrwls 17,749,072,955.56 Deposits 12,748,201,653.45 Cash balance 6,972,560,900.20 Public debt 456,441,756,847.33 Dollar Per Gallon of Gas Not Far Off: Oil By LEROY POPE UPI Business Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - One dollar a gallon for gasoline in the United States? It's a possibility partly because of the long delay in building an oil pipeline linking Alaska's Arctic slope to western ports, Chairman Robert R. Dorsey of Gulf Oil Corp. said in a recent Rotary Club speech in Austin, Tex. Business Today Dorsey said the American energy crisis will take 20 years to solve, and he doesn't believe there ever again will be enough energy for people, to move around the way they have in the recent past. Chairman William Fulbright of the Senate Foreign Relations committee raised eyebrows even higher a few weeks ago when he said the worsening global energy crisis conceivably could lead to military seizure of Women- (Continued From Page 21) tion. The 8-foot long planks can be cut to any length. IN A BEDROOM, for example, the wall graphic might turn a stylized floor-to-ceiling headboard in ultra blue, flanked by a red and white striped wall. A hallway might feature half horizontal stripes, half vertical. The deft craftsman can even achieve a checkerboard effect by alternating paneling colors horizontally and vertically. Using the same method, a contemporary design or mo- siac can be inset into a solid color wall. Marlite designer planks are available where building materials are sold. New House- (Continued From Page 21) er's attention. Don't confuse this with humid air condensing on water pipes. Plumbing, heating and wiring should give no trouble in the first year and if it lasts that long you can be fairly sure it will last even longer. Built-in appliances, furnaces, water heaters, air conditioners, dishwashers carry manufacturers' guarantees. Save the papers. PUT YOUR complaints in writing. Unless there is an emergency, save the complaints until you can make a list of them instead of giving the builder one at a time. Making it worth his time to send a repairman around once in stead of several times will get you better service. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) FOR SALE <. 1379 N. Kellogg Tues., July 24 • A.M. Crystal, China, silver, electrical appliances. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-€heese: Processed loaf 70.25-79.25; single daisies 70-82; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 8992.50, B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged; extra large 73; large 69; medium 60; pullets 46; standard 59; checks 42. Catch up with the dehcate pastels for summer. This goes for clothes, jewelry, make-up and nail polish. Dark colors brighten up when teamed with pastels. Backyard Sale 218 GARFIELD TUESDAY, July 24—9 - 4 All size clothing, uniforms, Craft, some Avon, jewelry. 4 FAMILY Backyard Sale 326 E. Main Knoxville, III. Ill DRIVEWAY SALE 522 FRANKLIN TUESDAY, July 24th 8 :30 A.M. - ? Ladies Schwinn bike, $30; Magnus organ, lamp table, clothing, games & misc. BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other safes 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 APPLY NOW 1 We Train Men to Work As | LIVESTOCK BUYERS If you Have some livestock 1 experience we will train you to buy cattle, sheep and I hogs. i For a local interview, write | today with your background. Include your complete ad| dress and phone number. CATTLE BUYERS, INC. 2 East Gregory Blvd. Suite 307 .308 Kansas City, Mo. 64114 TECH SEAL Crack Filler Easy To Mix $075 Per A Gal. Perfect for filling cracks in driveways. Easy to follow instructions for all types of installations. Ideal to install in-warm weather. Builders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN STREET Middle East oil resources by western nations if Arab rulers continue escalation of royalties and taxes. President Sadat of. Egypt is believed to be trying to persuade King Feisal Of Saudi Arabia, the west's best Arab friend, to threaten to withhold petroleum from the western nations unless the United States abandons political support of Israel. Hot Political Issue European motorists are" feeling the energy crisis worse than Americans. The Arab oil supplies Europe first. That relieves the western hemisphere, Asia and the Communist countries substantially from the burden of supplying the whole world. But the escalating demands of Middle Eastern oil producing countries have had a critical impact on gasoline prices in such countries as Italy and France. In both countries, the price of gasoline is an inflammatory political issue with many implications. The price in Italy, for example, is rigidly -controlled by the government and the gasoline tax is a whopping 76 per cent on the retail price. Italy's domestic output of oil is small and her government oil trust, ENI, controls only a quarter of the 700 million barrels Italy consumes annual ly. International companies- American, British, Dutch and French—control most of Italy's oil and they are threatening to E ull out of the peninsula ecause of the squeeze between the Arabs' demands and the Italian government's price controls. • Exxon Wants Out Shell Italiana expects to lose $30 million, and Chairman Norman Bain said this is forcing the company to reconsider its future in Italy. After losing $12 million last year, British Petroleum sold its Italian oil network to an Italian firm 'Which now must find the oil and gasoline to fuel it. . Exxon Corp. announced it is seeking a buyer for 200 of its stations in Italy unless the government raises gasoline prices sharply. Similar problems have emerged in France and Belgium. Gulf's Dorsey clearly doesn't see much easing of the escalating demands of the Middle Eastern oil exporting countries to help bring about an earlier solution of the global energy crisis. And it will be years before Arctic Alaskan oil comes to market in the United States. < So, Dorsey predicts dollar-a- gallon gasoline for Americans and says "that will have a tremendous impact oh our society." Not to mention the pocketbook. " FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM RANCH STYLE HOME IN ABINGDON Brick front, garage, large shady $2O,00O. Shown by appoint- lot, ment. Ph. 462-2028 FOR SALE 1935 CHEVY MASTER 4-DOOR SEDAN Needs little restoring—$70O or best offer. Call 639-4217 After 5 P.M. Weekdays GARAGE SALE MON. «c TUES.—9 - S 1299 Bridge Avenue Dehumidifier, toys, tires, shoes, bike accessories, adults & children's clothing. Brownie scout uniform, 3-speed . Chevy transmission, washtubs. 1D63 Rambler body free. the Board of Review of Knox County, Ulinois will receive complaints, which Must be made in Writing, sighed and sworn to in triplicate and can be filed with the Clerk of said board each day (Sundays and legal Holidays excepted) up to and including August 1,1973. Said filing of complaints must be between July 10th and August 1st, 1973. After August 1st, you will be notified as to the date and hour of hearings on your complaint. Hearings will be held in the office of the Board of Review on the third floor of the Court House in Galesburg, Illinois. By order of the Board of Review. Richard M. Burgland, Chairman 7/2-9-16-23; 4T FOUR FAMILY BACKYARD SALE (across from sale barn) 304 EA8T DEPOT STREET . Knoxville, 111. TUESDAY. July 24th—9 - ? Baby clothes & accessories, bookcase, melmac dishes, silver, large assortment of clothing, large green hassock, vacuums, curtains. Nice clean assortment oif everything". Nothing sold before sale. Rain Date: Wed. BACK YARD SALE TUESDAY—« to 4 1466 HARRISON Small portable washing machine, rug shampooer, roller skates, 2 snow tires on rims 800x14, V* h.p. motor, some antiques, ladies clothing size 12 & 14. Many other items. No children's clothing. FOR SALE 1967 60 Ft. Kewanee No. 600 Elevator With Truck Dump Call 482-3308 Evenings J-J Painting Contractors Free Estimates Reference Phono 342-6036 Removal of Trees STUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMING — FEEDING SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-7611 — 342-8652 Wanted To Buy FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES 529-9431 529.9493 NOTICE GILSON ELEVATOR COMPANY IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL GRINDING EACH MORNING MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Advisor 189 N. HENDERSON ST. (Next to S .ast.dt Really) 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help you! All readings confidential. For appointm.nts Call 342-6639 Watch for sign FOR SALE BAKERY RETAIL A WHOLESALE Good Equipment. Good Building. Good Business WANT TO RETIRE ERZINGER BAKERY 910 FIRST AVE. SILVIS, ILL. QUALITY PRECAST CONCRETE Manufactured in Galesburg Air Compressor Pads Survey Markers Special Prices Given for items made to your exact specifications. GALE$BURG CONCRETE MATERIAL CO. 1050 Monmouth Blvd. Ph. 343-3181 JULY CLEARANCE SALE ALL SUMMER 1 / WEARING APPAREL V2 VII Just Arrived NEW FALL QUEEN CASUAL CO-ORDINATES Sizes 10-20 LADY QUEEN CO-ORDINATES Sizes 38-46 MITCHELLS 1 RT. 34 ONEIDA, ILL. 9 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. MON. - SAT. FREE PARKING LOT FOR SALE 12 FT. ALUMINUM BOAT and 5 HP. MOTOR 343-3056 LOST Vicinity df Moenier end .Hariri* ion. Sentimental pet. Prtftnii 3424429 JUNIOR AUDITOR • Oaleabntf Aree « Aceduiine **«jar e Nominal Overman! f tarsi • Extent* id Aftiealhire Call: MIKE FLOWERS (309), 121.0021 Of Bend Resume To: Illinois Agricultural Auditing Association IAA Bldg. Bioomington, in. 11701 FOR SALE 1971 "ROAD RUNNER" 383 Automatic — 19,000 miles, Phone 342-2785 WANTED CARPENTER WORK Free Estimates Work Guaranteed Phone 342-5848 TO-ROOTK [Don't Dig Up Your Sewer No Charge If We Fail Call 343 6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK READ THE WANT ADS! fax-free income KUKEft TAX-EXEMPT BOND FUND Series 49 Check-A-Month Plan eonilila of • diversified, pro* f easlonany selected portfolio of State and Municipal bonde. Interest Ineome from this Fund la totally exempt from Federal In­ eome taxes, In the opinion of counsel, and le distributed eaeh month. NUVttN Ttt-raanf •ONOTUMO For a free Prospectus, Tilk to yew IBS S|KCitltst#' DONALD MAKEEVEH 1775 Brentwood GaUsburg. I1L 61401 Phono 342-2225 IT'S YOUR FUTURE INVESTORS DIVERSIFIED! SERVICES , HUM Mnd IM fhfonniUM en tfw NuvMn Tix-Ewmpt Bond Fund, Series 49 Check-A-Month Plan Nam*— Addrtss. City State. Telephoh*. -2p- READ THE WANT ADS! Abingdon Rock Co. ABINGDON, ILL. Closed for Vocations Aug. 4 thru Aug. 19 Open As Usual MON., AUG. 20 ESTATE REALTY & HOUSEHOLD AUCTION EVENING SALE—Selling Ih. following properly of Luclnda Smith, (decaaad) in Stronghurst, III. Located Vi block south of Neff Im- pl.m.nt Store on FRIDAY, August 3, 1973 at 6:01 P.M. sharp PERSONAL PROPERTY: Nearly new FrigidWre. frost .free refrigerator & freezer combination', Frigklaire 4, burner electric stove (good); utility base cabinet; Hotpoirrt electric, dryer; General Electric automatic washer; 3 lawn chairs; old Singer sewing machine; Lawnboy power mower; garden tools; metal hanging flower trellis; 5 by 7 ft. metal yard storage <shed on platform; good yard swing 6 frame; garbage cans & carrier; bird bath; small Maple dinette set, round table & 4 chairs, like new; kitchen step stool; hamper;' bath tub stool; kitchen utensils; dishes; silverware; electric coffee pots; toasters; fans; small oak desk & chair; green davenport & chair; 2 end step tables; 3 nice lamps; throw rugs; 2 nearly new swivel rockers; small round table; flower stand; oak dresser & nite stand; maple bedstead with innerspring mattress & box spring; sweeper; walnut tobacco stand; linens; towels; pillows; 21" zenith console TV; 8 day, two weight, cuckoo clock; plus many miscellaneous items. , ' • CAR: 1962 Chev. Impala 4 door Hardtop with P.S. & P.B., V-8, only 66,000 miles, good. REAL ESTATE: Sells following sale of p.rsonal property. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots Eight (8), Nine (9) and the South half of Lot Ten (10), Block Seven (7), of the Village of Stronghurst, Henderson County, Illinois. This small one story frame house has 3 rooms and bath and utility room. The house has many features that make it very desirable for a small family. Fully insulated so is easy to heat, carpeted, plenty of cupboard space, in a very good state of repair, and ready to move into. Located convenient to the needs of any family. Be sure to attend this auction. TERMS: 25% day of. sale. Balance due January 30, 1974. TAXES: Payable in 1973 by sellers. Taxes due thereafter to be paid by purchaser. TITLE: Will be by Warranty Deed. Fox impaction contact Executors DOREN E. and GLEN A. SMITH—EXECUTORS Auctioneers; ELMER HARDEN, Mason City, Iowa. HARVEY LINK, Media, 111. Attorneys: FORT It FORT, Stronghurst, 111. SAVE THIS AD. IT APPEARS ONLY ONCE! MERCER COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION VIOLA, ILL. WED., JULY 25, 1973 9:30 AM — 12:30 PM 10 Mixed Cows & Calves 21 Angus & Bl/WF Heifers — 425 10 Hereford Steers & Heifers — 500 14 Crossbred Steers & Heifers — 625 50 Mixed Steers & Heifers — 300-800 60 Hamp Pigs — 45 75 Mixed Pigs — 65 All classes of Cattle, Hogs & Sheep remain very active Last weeks top on a load of Hereford Steers are 1,230 lbs. was $50.30. Another load of Hereford Steers at $50.25, Heifer top on a load of Mixed Heifers was $48.80. Two more loads at $48.60, remember keep the competition we need in this market by consigning to a competitive market. Give us a call — We want to help you 9:30 AM — FAT CATTLE 12:30 PM — SHEEP, HOGS, FEEDER CATTLE Mercer Co. Livestock Auction Home of Locally Consigned Cattle. For Further Information, Phone Office Phone 596-2125 - Home 667-2218, Day or Night RONALD DOUBLER - Manager

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