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CB SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1998 CLASSIFIED THE SALINA JOURNAL 311 MISCELLANEOUS 379 PETS & SUPPLIES 395 FARM EQUIPMENT 395 FARM EQUIPMENT 405 SEEDS, FEEDS, s __,,^,:,,,,,,.„„,_,,,..,,.JL..,,. , II ,,,... ', .....,„,,.JL,, ,,, , .,.. ... • FERTILIZERS 429 AUCTIONS 429 AUCTIONS 429 AUCTIONS 429 AUCTIONS ORIGINAL VIDEO Arcade Pac- man, excellent condition, $500, ' (785)825-5688. PANASONIC KXT 3280, 2 ' telephone system. 2 years intercom, space horn, etc. Pai $850. Sell S250. (785) 243-4693. WHITE GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, AKC, 2 males left. (785) 658-2512 or 2571. ROSELAWN CEMETERY, 2 spaces, Section A, Lots D & E, $1,200, (785) 825-7644 after 2pm. JD 12O9 PTO swather, good condition $1,500; John Deere hay wagon 953 running gear, $400. Top good. (785) 668-2396. 1994 30' GLEANER HEADER, used 200 hours, excellent SHARP CAMCORDER good condition. S250/ best offer. Big Foot truck. Baby swing, baby bath ring. 825-9358. WILL LOAN on or buy guns, tools, cameras, TV's, Hummels, Precious Moments, Lladros, jewelry, gold, diamonds and etc. M & J Pawn & Gun, 760 North Broadway, Salina, 1 block east of Payless Cashways, 826-9000. WOLFF TANNING BEDS Tan at home Buy direct and SAVE Commercial/ Home units from $199 Low monthly payments FREE Color Catalog Call TODAY 1 -800-711 -0158 condition, $7,500. 227-2578 or 227-4141. (785) EXCELLENT 1989 9500 combine, cut mostly wheat, just reconditioned, field ready. (785) 227-2578. FLATBED UTILITY trailer, removable sides, 16'x 6.5', |ust like new, (785) 823-9488. 1-800-273-9489, dealer. WILL LEASE 9600 combine to careful operator for wheat harvest. (785) 227-2578. JD7O, good rubber, wide front. ood paint, runs good. 3 pt. hitch, 2,750; JDA, nice tractor, runs good, $1,450. 826-1850. JOHN DEERE 9500, 1989, big engine, excellent maintenance, immaculate condition, always shedded, field ready, $59,500. Also 925 or 224 header available. (785) 227-2435 or 227-4141. ALFALFA Last cutting. $4.00 bale. Heavy bales. (785) 825-5203. STSSOYBEANS Star Seed 800-782-7611 JOHN DEERE 772O, 1979, new engine and hydrostat, completely reconditioned, excellent appearance and mechanical, field ready, $27.000. (785) 227-2578 or 227-4141. 399 FARMERS WANTS & SERVICES WANT TO buy- damaged grain. Screenings or cleaning. (913) 726-3503,1-800-749-4690. JOHN DEERE 95. 1969, 19 ft., 303 engine, shedded, excellent condition. $2,500. (785) 227-3027. Custom Swathing & Baling. Bennington area. Call (785) 827-5686 or 823-2866. 429 AUCTIONS 429 AUCTIONS FLEA MARKETS ||| Marquette City Wide Garag Sale June 6, 8am-2pm. Free Will Donation Pancake & Sloppy Joe Feed. 6am-2pm at the Le' gion. Maps available at 7:30am at the Legion. Sponsored by ' Marquette EMS SIDEWALK SALE June 4, 5 & 6-7am Rolls & Coffee Served HUGE savings on desks, tables. gliders, curios & home decorating items. Savings up to 50%. Forever Oak 619 E.Crawford Elmore Center, Salina SW. 1900 HIGHLAND Saturday 7:30am-1pm. Boys clothes 8-14. crafts, household items, toys, adult clothes, some girls. ANTIQUE DRESSERS (2), refinished. $250 each. Hanging glass lamp, Victorian $60. Wooden frame hardback antique chair, S75. Maytag dyer, good condition. S35. (785) 655-3741. KNA Coin & Stamp Show : June 6 & 7. 9-5. 4-H Building, • 21st & Ridge Rd. Wichita, KS. Free Admission. 316 524-0629. 345 FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 2ND HAND HANNEMANNS Buy-Sell-Trade Furniture Monday-Friday 10-6, Saturday 9-4 640 N. Santa Fe, Salina (785) 827-8689 FOR SALE 220 volt air condi- ' timer, 2- 7 rooms, guaranteed, ; delivered. $120 up. 822-8423. FREEZER $95, washer $95, stove $50, air conditioners, . dryers $75, (785) 825-5376. KENMORE ELECTRIC self. cleaning stove. You haul. (785) . 823-5601. .KENMORE REFRIGERATOR, side-by-side, Kenmore 30' electric range. Call after 6pm. (785) ' 825-7443. 'LIGHT BROWN La-Z-Boy recli i ner lift chair, like new, $600, ; (785)427-3195. 'NEW FURNITURE, as low as ' $15/ month. Ask for Tim, '• 823-1002. REPOSSESSED/DAMAGED appliances, as low as $15/ i month. Ask for Chad Petersen, I 823-1002. WHIRLPOOL 20 CU.FT. side i by side, white, used less than 2 » months. S575 firm. 823-2423. 355 ELECTRONICS *2 V MTX 10'S in band pass box. I J-^OD. (785) 823-6339. ' J RCA console TV, 1998 style, 4fe). looks like new. 823-9269. 6 DISC CAR CD 1SJ.5P Jim 827-7017 361 COMPUTERS [PACKARD BELL eo MHZ Pen- L *urn, 540 MB hard drive, 40MB t iRAM, modem, CD Rom. $800/ >. (best offer. (785) 452-9753. 365 BUILDING MATERIALS, TOOLS SPIRAL STAIRS Wood/ steel models, wholesale 1 ' .1 800-536-4341 369 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT •SKID LOADER Attachments. . 'Dirt bucket and back hoe. Excel- i lent condition. 820-0117. YARD TRENCHER and plow, .• ideal for sprinkler systems, die- i sell boring PTO, $4,250, '827-7241. 371 LAWN MOWERS 'CUB CADET 124 lawn tracti i '12hp, 42" deck. Above average : condition. (785) 243-2545. TROY BUILT Sicklebar mower. Extra sickle. $1,250. 827-1543. 379 PETS & SUPPLIES 1 MANCHESTER MALE 1 1 year. 1 Cavalier King Charles , male, 7 months. 1 Miniature Poo: die male, 1 year. 1 Toy Poodle . male, 4 months. 1 Miniature Poodle male, 2'/fe months. (785) 763-4273. AKC PUPPIES, Pomeranian, • ,Sghnauzer, Shihtzu, Cocker. ' ;(785) 628-8152 or 392-2541. AKC PUPPIES: German Shepherds. Shalties (miniature Col'. lie), excellent companions. (785) : 258-3032. AKC REGISTERED Australian Shepherd puppies. Red merle, blue eyes, female. (785! 388-2531. .AKC REGISTERED puppies. 3 Shitzu males. 3 Cavalier King '• .Charles, 2 males, 1 female. ; Dachshund males. 1 Bichon male. Will be ready 6-8 & 6-9. 2 •poodles, 1 male, 1 female. (785' 763-4273. .ENGLISH Bulldog pups. AKC , stud service available, champion r. bloodlines. (785) 527-2409. ^GIVEAWAY: kittens, delivery i. possible, black & black & white ( (785)827-8278. ^HIMALAYAN KITTENS $175 • Seal points. First shots, da '. wormed, ACFA. (785) 455-2255. .THE SALINA KENNEL Club t ^ffering Summer Obedience *• .classes and Puppy Kindergarten I' Erirollment is Sunday, June 7th ' between 1:00 and 3:00 pm. Doj , must be up to date on all vacci >, nations. Proof must be presentee , at the time of enrollment > Classes run for a weeks. Adul ' and Puppy classes cost $4 [0. An advanced class will be avail f .able for $45 to dogs who have J iearned a CGC Certificate. Enrol i 'men! and classes will be held a £- the Club building, 540 Idlewilde t 'Questions? Call (785) 827-6657 t 'or 826-1582. V*; ANTIQUE AUCTION Sunday, May 31 !£?££ Auction will be held in Kenwood Hall at the Saline Co. Fairgrounds in Salina, Kansas FURNITURE STORE FIXTURES COLLECTABLES Auction conducted by HUMMEL AUCTION 339 ANTIQUES & [j COLLECTIBLES \\t BobThummel Belolt, KS 785-738-5933 Ronnie Lagasse Ames, KS 785-243-7371 AUCTION Monday, June 8,1998 4:00 p.m. We will sell the following antiques at public auction located at the 4-H Building at the fairgrounds in BELLEVILLE, KANSAS ANTIQUES, ANTIQUES, ANTIQUES Old kitchen hutch with top; old oak hutch with doors and drawers; 20 gal. Union crock; 8 gal. Union crock; Liberty Bell cookie jar; sponge pitcher and bowl; teapot with grandma and cats; pipe and match holder made out of dental matter; vase with poppies; pig creamer; wood vase, blue vase; Abraham Lincoln home plate; Garfield cups; Hobnail cake plate; bells; old man bottle opener; 1946 My Three Years with Eisenhower, 1945 black boy, Richard Ubright; 1957 Statue Lifton (050); Fenton green basket; Young Jefferson Claude G. Bowers; blue birds (Hazel); basketball players book ends; Royal Couple bear; Eisenhower bust (C); 1944 The Beards, US History; Weller vase; large camel back trunk; copper bottom boiler; 2 doll beds; antique lamp; Frankoma boots, 1 white, 1 brown; Frankoma vase; blue glass salt and pepper shakers; 8 blue glass sherbets; Maxine Andress mosaic collages of blacksmith shop and Ford car; milk glass vase with flowers; spoon holder, clear glass; red goblets (17); 8 8" red goblets; Santa cup; 20 piece set of red dishes, Arcoroc; green mug, cat face; McCoy bird vase, blue green; milk glass ruffled hat; Frankoma jug; cookie jar, McCoy, world with airplane; Frankoma signed vase; liberty bell dish; Frankoma Liberty bell; wooden figurines; Currier & Ives winter, made in Japan; wooden apple basket; paper weights; toothpick holders; teapot cookie jar; 50 year old doll that wets; handkerchiefs; 40 year old pig bank; Ironstone fruit bowl; berry spoon; 60 years old necklace; 3 glass Christmas balls; Indian bracelets out of nickel; brass bracelets with camels (India); pewter bracelet; copper bracelet; mother of pearl necklace; rhinestone necklace; necklace with short small crystals; long crystals bead necklace; strand of pearls, 2 bracelets, 1 blue diamond, 1 crystal; blue diamond necklace; bracelet with bead people; 2 Art Deco bracelet; watch fob; 5 Indian necklaces; coral bracelet; Sterling Albany shell; gun key chains; Concordia belt buckle; boot belt buckle; 2 men's rings; gun key chains; 5 Indian necklaces; Avon bird on nest; music box, doll out of twine, blue glass canister set; 1971 Fenton paper press; (2) Fenton plates; Hull art; anchor glass butter dish; walnut bowl, Anchor Hocking milk glass fruit bowl; Belleville plate, 1969; purse with beads; Blue Willie creamer; cat salt shakers; Fenton blue bowl; cat milk pitcher, red bowl; old pocket watch; Fenton red bowl; blue bowl with roses; cut glass pitcher; Toby mug; 1962 President flash cards; black vase with flowers, 1900 Discipline Methodist Episcopal Church; pitcher with cherries; black vase with tulips; McCoy cat vase; light blue vase; Imperial bowl and candleholders; green pitcher; small yellow pitcher with gold band; Westnorland green bowl; sterling creamer; white with green bowl; Harvest King Kansas City shot glass; marble vase with flowers; red hobnail bowl; Royal Couple deer vase; cowboy boot, Royal Couple with cat; Germany pitcher with flowers; satin' glass; Fenton red dish; brass vase bell; old sleigh bells; Avon red cups; Royal Couple rooster; Washington Delaware plaques; red jug; clown statue; nut cracker; Japanese vase (TT); duck vase, Royal Couple; Lula bank girl troll bank, blue camp house; yellow vase with fruit; DF PPAPD glass piece; Pub World collection England plaque; quilts; feather pillows; doilies; marble vase; crocks; wooden slide; lamp with flowers; metal lamp; cut glass pitcher; pressed glass; lemon juicers; bells; signed Kermit the Frog; Dwight D. Eisenhower campaign pencil; Japanese teapot; crocheted piece with U.S. flag; tin box fossil car; license plate Arkansas; license plate Pennsylvania; Veronware bowl; match box, King Solomon; Ford Ickonoline card; Ford Mustang card; 3D Travers pitcher; Charley Taylor red Skin (Wonderbread); Craig Morton (Wonderbread); Monsta cards; The White House (Rainbo Bread); black birds; sterling Albony shell; Fairbury knife, 4 Roaring Twenties glass; Rock Island rag; Rock Island passenger's claim heck; Rock Island envelope; Rock Island ticket, Rock Island matches, pictures of trains; teacher's railroad kit; 9' brown crock; cut glass; Eneso sugar and creamer, green; The Dairy Queen salt and pepper shakers; Munden Centennial button; Cuba Bicentennial button; Bicentennial button; Mexico money; Cerny Brothers ad card; cups and saucers; cut glass sugars; glass boot; 1982 Pac Man mug; Hull pheasant flower; McCoy frog; Mary Poppens bowl; Narka Lumber fork and knife; pressed glass bowl; Fenton Santa salt and pepper shakers; Kansas salt and pepper shakers; 5 Walt Disney mugs; 1979 Looney Tunes Warner Brothers (Pepsi); tin cup of Texas; The Coca-Cola Christmas glass (Norman Rockwell); 2 small old dolls; box Marigold safety pins; Small Coors mug, small bird pitcher; small gold pitcher, Czechoslovakia; cutglass shot glasses; Vernoware bowl; Mickey Mouse small vase; Mouse small vases; lobby mugs; Depression glassware; cast iron bank; milk glass; India copper vases; Norcrest China creamer and sugar; blue hobnail glassware; Lefton china; Germany vase pitcher; pitcher and small crock, made in Italy; Austria vase with woman's picture; Ezbrooks telephone; Jim Beam telephone; lamps with globes; pottery; wall hangers; Indian bank; blankets; 45 records; iron skillet; wall tiles of Washington crossing the Delaware, The Spirit of 76, Betsy Ross, Battle of Bunker Hill; Sheri Louis doll; 50 year old paper dolls; 18" walking doll; Santa doll with dolls; old metal small truck; old tins; old wooden train; autographed picture ol Bob Hope in frame; wooden coffee grinder, old newspaper stand- old wooden orange box; old wooden cheese box; A&W Root Beer mugs; small metal wash tub; lantern; Easter 1972 Frankoma Oral Roberts; Bird of America plate, #79; Coca-Cola glasses with Christmas Santas; Pepsi glasses with Looney Tunes; 4 Apollo II glasses; Concordia Dairy milk jar; 1808 Mason glass jar; black bowls, black candleholders; Jurassic Park chopper; LIFE MAGAZINES: Collection includes 100 years of automobiles; 2 Elvis Presley; 100 Most Important Americans of 20th Century; Liz Taylor, 60th Anniversary of Life; Gone with the Wind; The Bill of Rights, 1792; The White House, 1992, Diana, The Royal Photo Album; Michael Jackson, President Kennedy, Rose Kennedy. Baseball cards, lots & lots of antiques not mentioned; Autographed pictures of movie stars and cowboys (these were given way at fairs 45 years ago. There are lots and lots of them); Better Homes and Garden Cookbook, 1948, 1973,1976; Lone Ranger comic book; Louie Lemore book;1972 Farm Journals Country cookbook; STAMPS 4e Kansas Statehood; 29c Elvis; 6e Alabama, 1819-1969; 6c American Bald Eagle; 6c Maine Statehood; 10e Paul Laurence Dunbar; Be Rose of the Spirit of Independence; Be A Decade ol Achievement; 10e Continental Navy; 6e John Wesley Powell; 6e Dwight D. Eisenhower; Be 1009 Anniversary of Mail Order; 10c Salem Poor, 8e San Juan Puerto Rico; 19e Mineral Heritage Amethyst; 8e John Sloan American Artist, 1871-1951; 6e William Harnett American Painting; 5e Christmas; 8c Apollo; 6C Grandma Moses; 6s Stone Mountain Memorial; 1/2c stamp; Be Peace Corps; 10e Letters Mingle Souls; 10e Universal Posta Union, 1876-1974. COINS Fifty cent Kennedy, 1776-1976; 3 Anthony B. dollars; big Liberty coin, 1779-19786; $20 dollar gold piece medallion; (4) Liberty silver dollars; Liberty half and quarter. One cent pieces: 1865 1872,1886,1898, 1907, Indian head nickels and other coins. Owners: Dawn & Wllma Cerny 785-527-2684 AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Some nice rare and unique antiques plan lo attend. TERMS: Cash. Lunch by St. Edwards Catholic Church. No responsible for accidents. Clerk: Munden State Bank, Munden KS. Nothing removed until settled for. AUCTIONEERS: NOVAK BROS. & GIEBER Les Novak Roger Novak Butch Gleber Munden, KS Narka, KS Cuba, KS 785-987-5588 785-778-2744 785-729-3831 Auctioneer Auctioneer & Broker Auctioneer 409 LIVESTOCK 'BLACK BEAUTY" Older black gelding. Anyone can ride. Veiy gentle. (785)524-3419. 429 AUCTIONS 429 AUCTIONS Public Auction Wed., June 3rd Starting at 5:00 PM 255 North 10th (Back Door) • Salina SALINA POLICE DEPT., SELLER Selling over 70 unclaimed bicycles, men's, ladies' & kids' bikes of various brands and sizes, also selling TV, bird bath, wind chimes, jewelry, 12v air compressor and other miscellaneous items, EVERYTHING SELLS AS ISI Roger A. Johnson and Sons Auctioneers 785-825-9306 TERMS ARE CASH OR GOOD CHECK WITH PROPER I.D. AUCTIONS WITH ACTION Personal Property AUCTION _.. , , . Starting At Thursday, June 4 5=00 P . m . 517S. Fifth-Salina, KS Tools • Vehicles • Boat Skil Saw; drill; 78 Olds Delta 88; '67 Ford Pickup; electric power washer; carpenter tools; masonry tools; mechanic tools; levels; aluminum scaffold plank; double stack tool box; 16 ft. extension ladder; 14 ft. extension ladder; 2 wheel closed in utility trailer; '69 Sea- King 50 hp Evinrude boat with trailer; and other items. Collectibles • Household Stove; refrigerator; freezer; washer; dryer; Neon Bud Bottle sign; Neon Coors Light bottle sign; Large pool Bud sign; other beer signs; black bed set w/night stands; metal desk w/chair; computer desk; black leather chair; entertainment center; child's wicker chair; fan back wicker chair; child's plastic chairs; swing set; teeter-totter; free standing tree house w/slide and sand box; cozy car; outside toys; chairs; drop leaf table; octagon coffee table; drop leaf dinette table w/2 chairs; dishes; book shelves; kitchen items; stereo and cabinet, a pair of St. Bernard dogs and other items not listed. Auction Conducted By: Omli and Associates, Inc. Salina, Kansas 1 -800-499-6182 • 785-825-1316 Auctioneers: John W. Omll, Eric Blomqulst and Wayne Rohleder Lunch served. Announcements day of auction take .precedence. Not responsible for accidents. AUCTIONS WITH ACTION OMLJ AND ASSOCIATES. INC AUCTION -» . . , - STARTING AT Saturday, June 6 io :3 o A.M. 668 SYLVAN PLACE - SALINA, KS Hammond elect, organ with bench; full size violin with case; 3/4 size violin; Conn E flat saxophone with case; 3 cushion divan; vibrator .lounge chair;'platform rocker; 2 plush chairs; floor lamps; throw pillows; misc. table lamps; pictures; full size bed with box springs and mattress; step table; Cherry wood 3/4 bed with box springs and mattress; dresser with beveled mirror; wicker chair and 2 end tables; Motorola 21" color TV; Panasonic 10" BW TV; Bohsei 13" color TV; sewing machine cabinet; Cherry wood TV stand; step stool; metal kit cabinet; 2 Curtis Mathis home entertainment centers; blond step-coffee-corner tables; Signature upright deep freeze; clothes dryer; Litton microwave; Hot Point 18.2 cu. ft., ice maker, double door refrig.; 12 cup coffee maker. POSSIBLE ANTIQUES-COLLECTIBLES: camel back trunk; square trunk; foot lockers; 2 wash stands; high chair; picture viewer with pictures; 2 hand mirrors; 5 oak dining chairs; wall mirror with comb rack; food grinder; oak rocker; baby bed; beveled mirror; 2 wash stands; 2 dropleaf table; toys; games; wrenches; table oil lamps; marbles; 2 wash tubs; 1 man cross cut saw; 12 pieces Modern Tone; Cobalt vase; 2 Royal Ruby glasses; cat cookie jar; Singer 3-120 portable sewing machine in case; pencil and pen collection; hostess sets; new 1984 Ford pumber; moldings; mirrors; lap robe; quilt; comforter; costume jewelry; life vests and jacket; 2 new motorcycle helmets; 21" Lawn Boy mower; Commercial sewer auger with 125' cable; 1/4 and 1/2 HP elect, motors; 164 ft. 1/2 copper tubing; air compressor with 3/4 HP motor; 3 boxes rubber floor tile; assortment elect, fans; 18 ft. new Butcher Block countertop; misc. car parts; canned motor oil; elec. heater w/fan; garden tools; hand tools; elect, cord; 2 radial V195/75P mud and snow tires; nails; screws; assortment of screen doors; storm doors; TV, CB antennas; large assortment of good dimensional lumber. There are several other items too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash. Lunch Served Edward Jilka: Seller Sale conducted by McCllntock Realty • 785-827-3703 Auctioneer: Fred Hlrsch LAND AUCTION RESULTS The land auction of 75 acres held at the Civic Center in Abilene, Kansas, Wednesday evening, May 27, 1998 resulted in the following prices: $105,750.00 or $1,410.00 per acre. The farm sold to Alan and Barbara Pettijohn. The farm consisted of 75 acres of top quality riverbottom farmland currently in alfalfa. The farm is located 1 1/2 miles southeast of Solomon, Kansas and owned by Elizabeth Czapanskiy of Huntington, New York. An outstanding auction with very competitive bidding. AUCTION & REALTY PH. (785) 655-4747 128 W. MAIN SOLOMON, KANSAS 67480 ?ia/ists In Land Auctions ANTIQUE AUCTION Monday, June 1 Auction will be held at the home located at 1212 Roach in Salina, KS HOUSEHOLD & COLLECTIBLES 1988 Whirlpool 18 cu. ft. refrigerator; 1988 Kenmore automatic washer & electric dryer; Admiral 15 cu. ft. upright freezer; RCA 25" color console .TV; 19" Color TV; Antique oak display cabinet, 12'x7'; Cigar boxes; Candy boxes; Computer desk; maple 2 piece bedroom set w/box springs & mattress; maple 3 piece bedroom set w/box springs & mattress; maple hutch; 4 maple chairs; wooden desk; brown recliner; tan recliner; brown extra long couch; 2 brown rockers; 2 piece brown sectional; dining table; 5 shelf corner shelf; several end tables; wall desk unit; metal bed; 8'x10' carpet, like new; table lamps; fan; electric appliances; bedding; music books; assortment yarn; blankets; Kerosene heater; Bissel sweeper; wooden step ladder; luggage; fish- Ing poles; electric heater; utility cart; clocks; radios; lawn chairs; tape recorder; assortment of hand tools; Mastercut 19" electric lawn mower; Lawn Chief 19" electric lawn mower; Craftsman electric edger; fertilizer spreader; garden tools; Ford hubcaps; chrome truck rails; picnic table; wash tub; camel back trunk; Tom Moore cigar boxes; Horseman doll; other dolls; crock bowl set; Jewel T bowl; Betsy Ross tin; assortment of chickens; figurines; vases; fancy work; assortment of pictures; miniature cedar chest; assortment of jewelry; sprinkling can; quilt; baby dress; umbrella w/Bakel- ite handle; assortment of other items GUS REED, OWNER Auction conducted by HUMMEL AUCTION BobThummel Belolt, KS 785-738-5933 Ronnie Lagasse Ames, KS 785-243-7371 PUBLIC AUCTION SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1998 STARTING 6:00 P.M. 507 N. MULBERRY, ABILENE, KANSAS 1 1/.2 story, 2 bedroom home, two bath with approximately 1, 194 sq. ft. Located in nice area of Abilene, Kansas. Legal Description: The south 52.5 feet of the West Half of Lot 36 and tne South 52.5 feet of lot 38 on Northwest 6th Street, Southwick and Augustine's Addition to the City of Abilene, Dickinson County, Kansas. Lot Size: 52' x 60* Taxes: 1997 Taxes of $276.14 will be prorated to date of possession. Terms: 10% due upon signing contract, with balance due at closing on June 19, 1998. Possession: Upon Closing OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY. MAY 31,1998 - 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. THURSDAY, JUNE 4,1998 - 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. SELLER! SOLOMON STATE BANK Financing: Contact Dave at Solomon State Bank, Abilene, (785) 263-1332: or Dennis or Kirk at Solomon State Bank, Solomon (785) 655-2941. BROKER PARTICIPATION: 3% Broker Participation is welcome. Contact the Solomon State Bank for details. AUCTION Saturday, June 6 c °Sa.S NG: 808 Elizabeth (3rd house north of 8th St.) Ellsworth, KS VLASTA WILLIAMSON - OWNER HOUSEHOLD ITEMS & FURNITURE 2 pc. Birdseye Maple bedroom suite, 3 pc. Maple bedroom suite, 2 pc. bedroom suite with end tables, Chest of drawers, GE upright 21.1 cu. ft. freezer, RCA washer, Heavy-duty GE dryer, Upholstered rockers, Upholstered footstool, (8) Matching wooden chairs - 2 winged, Coffee tables, Dining room table with 4 matching chairs & buffet, (4) Matching wooden chairs, Pole lamps, Floor lamps, Table lamps, Vanity lamps, Wooden table lamp with leaded glass shade, (2) Leaded Lamp shades, (2) TVs, Sunbeam Mix Master, Sunbeam waffle iron & grill, Hamilton Beach portable mixer, Rival meat/food chopper, Trenaware Salad King, GE hamburger & hot dog grill, Mirro corn popper, Fans, Toaster, Irons, Osterizer blender, 22K Gold-trim dishes, Melmac dishes (2 sets), Enamelware, Pyrex cookware, Teakettle, Luggage, Magazine racks, TV trays, Foot locker, Assorted pots, pans, kettles, dishes, Linens, towels, material, Misc. tools, garden tools, hoses ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Mission buffet, Oak rocker, Child's rocker, Granny rocker, Rocking chair, Feather tick, Wooden ice chest, Trunks, Marbles, Sad irons, Philco radio, Pressed glass, Newer carnival glass, Hand-painted plate (Germany), Royal Chintz pitcher and plate, Lustreware candleholder, Stemmed candy dish (small), Crystal glass S&P shakers, Brown Wedgewood (3 large, 1 small), Washboards, Old Sears catalogs, Wire egg basket, Milk carton delivery boxes, Old picture postcards, Quilting materials & pieces SECOND HOUSEHOLD - EMMA SVOBODA - Owner Double bed, Chrome Craft Dining table with 6 chairs - center leaf, Large table lamp, 3-bulb floor lamp, Airway vacuum with attachments, Regina electric broom, Lloyds radio, Kitchen scales, Pollenex air purifier, Glass trays & cups, Footed compotes (red), Silver plated tray, Sunbeam Iron Master, Kitchen knife set, 20 gal. Rubbermaid trash container.TV trays, Magazine rack, Ash tray stand, 3 tier tray, Gas heater, Folding step stool, Ironing board, (4) Folding chairs, Ice chest, Shoe rack, Telephone, Green afghan, Christmas tree stand, Christmas decorations, Assorted pans, Misc. dishes Many other items too numerous to mention - This is only a partial listing - Still unpacking Terms: Cash or approved check. Not Responsible for accidents. Lunch available. Statements made sale day take precedence over printed material T&H Double H Auction & Realty •• ^vji OFFICE PHONE: * « (316)257-5656 800-536-5605 JIM HOLLINGER Auctioneer/Broker Lyons, Kansas (316) 257-5278 GARRY HOSTETLER Auctioneer McPherson, Kansas (316)241-5887 ESTATE AUCTION SUNDAY, JUNE 7,1998 OT ™g. AT LOCATION: 210 N.E. 9th, Abilene, Kansas ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: (Approx. 1:30p,m.) Pr. Winchester shoe type ice skates, (Barney & Berry); Wagner deep iron skillet; crock bowls; 5-gal. Red Wing, 2-gal. Western and 2 gal. Pittsburg crocks; primitives; old tools; cast iron Ehrsam nut cracker; watering can; tea jar; Falcon folding camera; NWA aluminum head axe; Stereoptic cards; 1904 Worlds Fair and Spanish American war; 1917 Infantry Drill Regulations book; 1890 "Sparks from the Campfire",.civil war stories; 1946 "Audels Automobile Guide"; 1920 "Boy Scouts Nature Collections" booklet; 1938 & 39 Cub Scouting books; 1927 Dickinson Co. Public Schools yearbook. OLD TEXTBOOKS; 1864 Appletons 5th reader; 1867 McGuf- feys Electric 4th reader; 1870 White Arithmetic; 1874 World History; 1885 speller; 1879 Appletons 5th reader; many early 1900's Kansas text books; 1940-1960 Nebraska Red Tractor books; 1941 -Brown & Sharpes tools catalog; small cedar chest; McCoy pottery 2 Jardinieres; Haeger Madonna & child figure; Shawnee Owl S&P; English teapot; head vase girl with bonnet and bow; 2 girl vases; Imperial yellow glass covered candy dish; Fostoria Vaseline 'Tut" vase; Jadeite tea canister; green batter bowl; blue Fire King; collectible Pyrex bowls; Depression glass; Santa and Snowman figural light bulbs; Bubble lights; old Christmas items; German Anniversary clock; white marble lamp; Crazy Quilt comforter; 3 old comforters; Friendship quilt, Enterprise area Needle Art Club; embroidered Basket of Flowers quilt; linens; hankies; ladies hats (old); 2 Velour scarves; 1957 & 63 Chevrolet yardsticks; Ouija Queen board. ANTIQUE FURNITURE: (Approx. 2:30p.m.) Walnut dresser with marble insert, glove boxes and mirror (VG); 2 stacking carved Teawood tables; 5 drawer oak highboy chest; oak library table; 1930's dresser with mirror; wood bookshelves; oak treadle sewing machine "White Rotary"; wood bench; walnut drop leaf dining table with 4 needlepoint seat chairs; Jenny Lind full bed; 1940's Federal style walnut dresser; 2 oak 4 drawer file cabinets. APPLIANCES & FURNITURE: (2:30p.m.) 14.5 cu. ft. Coronado refrigerator (VG); Amana 16 cu. ft. refrigerator; Whirlpool HD Extra Large Capacity electric dryer, Aug. 1997; Speed Queen Contempo mate 110-V stacking washer & dryer; San- yo microwave oven; Electrolux Silverado Deluxe vacuum with power head; modern beige wood trim loveseat (VG); brown handicapped lift chair recliner by People lounger, good; kneehole desk; metal 4 drawer legal file cabinet; Hammond limed oak electric organ. HOUSEHOLD: (12:30p.m.) Card table set; brass floor lamp; Ig: button telephone; 4 place set Corelle dishes; large pressure cooker; metal cabinet; kitchenwares and appliances; binoculars; other small household items; tools. Will run 2 auction rings part of the day. Statements made day of auction take precedence over printed matter. MAUDIE LECKRON ESTATE TERMS: Cash or good check. v pS MUGLER GEIST v V Auction Service / P.O. Ilox5«5 102 N. Buckeye Abilene, Kansas RANDY REYNOLDS PAUL GEIST HAROLD MPGI.ER AUCTIONS WITH ACTION Personal Property AUCTION Tuesday, June 2,1998 SH" 2242 Fair Road- Abilene, Ks. SELLERS: Robert and Mary Nelson Farm Equipment'Tools Heil 16' stock trailer, new tires; 3 pt. heavy harrow; 3 pt. springtooth; pull type John Deere disc; drop type seeder/fertilizer spreader; JD hay rack, real good; double and single section drag harrows; 3 pt. bale fork/carrier for Ig. round bales; 3 pt. cultivator, 2 row; field leveler 10'; 3 pt. boom; 2 each combine bin feed trailers, real good; 8 ft. stock water tank, new; oval water tanks, good; used motor oil barrel w/pump; calf head gate; cattle oiler; hog feeder, single; 55 gal. barrel hog waterers; 2 hog feed troughs; 2 large round bale feeders, good; 2 5 ft. cattle feed bunks; 2 wheel 8x10 ft. flat bed trailer w/winch and bumper hitch; riding lawn mower, like new, 12 HP 38" cut; push mower 20" cut MTD, 3 HP B&S engine; grain auger 12 ft. electric motor 4"; 40 gal. propane hot water heater, new in original box; shop built 20 ton 6 HP log splitter; Sears Craftsman 6 HP Roto-Tiller; HD galvanized cans w/lids; 2 garbage carts on wheels; wheel barrow; gas cans; used motor oil barrel w/pump; large dog house; used truck and car tires; plow shears; chain link fencing and posts; misc. lumber; barbed wire; 12 ft. cattle gate, 6 bar; 6 ft. cattle gate, 5 bar; cement blocks; railroad ties; tomato cages; small stock carrier; dog box for transporting hunting dogs; used truck and car tires; tip down TV antenna pole, 35 ft.; 3 pt. tool bar; 5th wheel plate w/ball hitch; Delta Easy loader full size PU tool box; 10 ft. aluminum flat bottom boat on good trailer; Chevy PU bed trailer w/jack; scrap iron; chicken feeders and cages; wood and metal shop tables, shelving; step ladders and more. Collectibles • Household Kitchen table; console AM/FM stereo w/8 track and turntable; stainless steel serving table; Eureka upright vacuum cleaner; small Kenmore microwave; Frigidaire washer; GE dryer; small wood desk; lamps; desk chair; misc. pictures; books; furniture items; picnic table; lawn chairs and other items. Auction Conducted By: Omll and Associates, Inc. Salina, Kansas 1-800-499-6182 or 785-825-1316 Auctioneers: John W. Omll, Eric Blomqulst and Wayne Rohleder Lunch served. Announcements day of auction take precedence. Not responsible for accidents. AUCTIONS WITH ACTION PUBLIC AUCTION SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1998 STARTING 7:30 P.M. HOME AND ONE ACRE The following real estate will be offered at public auction to the highest bidder. 425 PECK, CARLTON, KANSAS Located on Vi Block containing over one acre 3 bedroom, one bath, 1 Y: story home with approximately 1,300 sq. ft. with single car detached garage. Legal Description: Lots 2, 3, 6,8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, & 30, all in Block 16, Town of Carlton, Dickinson County, Kansas Lot Size: 125' x 375' (1.07 acres) Taxes: 1997 taxes of $199.30 will be prorated to date of possession. Terms: 10% due upon signing contract, with balance due at closing on lune 19, 1998. Possession: Upon Closing OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY. MAY 31, 1998 - 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1998 - 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. SELLERs SOLOMON STATE BANK Financing: Contact Dave at Solomon State Bank, Abilene, (785) 263-1332: or Dennis or Kirk at Solomon State Bank Solomon (785) 655-2941. BROKER PARTICIPATION: 3% Broker Participation is welcome. Contact the Solomon State Bank for details. AUCTIONS WITH ACTION ROSEBROOK ESTATE LAND Auctioqi Monday, June 8th tarting At 7:00 p.m. BeslWestern Heart of America Inn, Westport Drive - Salina 1-135 & Crawford St. Exit - Across from Russell's Restaurant SELLER: Estate of Helen Rosebrook; Mike Berkley, Executor; Evan Gorman, Attorney TRACT I: 4853 N. Hohneck Rd. on 15 M/L acres. 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath home; Full basement, Approx. 1,416 Sq. Ft. 2-oar Garage; 40 x 62 Machine Shed; 22 x 50 Cattle Shed; Rural Water; 9.6 Acres Cropland | • OPEN HOUSE TODAY | Terms & Possession on Tract 1: $5,000.00 down day of sale and sign real estate contract - balance upon closing on or before July 8,1998. Taxes pro-rated to date of closing. 1/2 Title Insurance to Buyer; 1/2 paid by the Seller. TRACT II: 160 Acres Saline Co. NE 1/4 15-13-4 Located: Hedville Exit I-70 N 3 1/2 miles, 1 mile east, 1/4 mile south 160 M/L Acres less improved 15 Acre Tract 145 M/L Acres with 53.9 Acres Cropland, balance in PASTURE WITH LARGE POND TAXES: (1997) $779.48 Terms & Possession on Tract 2: 10% down day of sale & sign real estate contract. Balance on or before July 8,1998. Possession: Pasture November 1, 1998. Buyer receives pasture rent (Tenant: Russell Burger). Cropland: After Harvest in 1999 with Buyer receiving Landlord share 2/5 and pay 2/5 share of a fertilizer. (Tenant: Duane Flaherty). Hay in waterways and meadow put up by Russell Burger - $90.00 cash rent per year. Title insurance shared equally by Buyer & Seller. Taxes for 1998 paid by the Buyer. TRACT III: 160 Acres Lincoln Co. NW 1/4 35-11-6 Located: 4 1/2 miles west of Tescott then 2 1/2 miles north. 160 Acres M/L with 109.2 Acres in Cropland Balance in pasture with windmill TAXES: (1997) $539.17 Terms & Possession on Tract 3: 10% day of Sale and sign real estate contract with balance on or before July 8, 1998. Title Insurance shared equally between Buyer & Seller. Taxes for 1998 paid by Buyer Possession: Cropland: 2/5 Landlord share to Buyer at harvest. Buyer pays 2/5 share of fertilizer and full possession after harvest of now growing crop. Pasture: Possession Nov. 1, 1998 Tenant: Jeff Meyer, Pasture rent to Buyer. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Great opportunity to purchase quality land and country home at public auction. Plan now to attend this auction. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over printed material. Omll & Associates, Inc. is the agent lor the seller In these transactions. EVERYONE WELCOME Sale Conducted by: John Omll, Auctioneer/Broker 604 Barney, Salina, Kansas 67401 (785) 825-1316 • 1-800-499-6182 AUCTIONS WITH ACTION

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