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Logansport, Indiana
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PAGE'TWENTY-SK THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS/LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER M, 19ST 11. FOR SALE a. Household Goods 6 FOOT refrigerator. Good condition. $25.00. Call after 4:30 p.m. 2594. 12 Mile. FOR SALE: 1954 General Electric ^automatic washer. Excellent 'condition. John Binkley, Star • City. Phone LY 5-6226. FOR SALE—Hotpoint dryer. Good condition. Phone 4757. MAYTAG WASHER & DRYER $389.95 and old washer.' General Supply Co., New Waverly. SPEED QUEEN washer, (wringer type) $25. Excellent condition. Phone 6152. ' GUARANTEED USED SEWING MACHINES 'Majestic console, like new $49.50 M W Console $39.50 White Portable $24.50 New Home Electric Stand $17.50 Several others to choose from .Barber's Sewing Supplies. 318 E. Broadway. GAS' RANGE and electric refrigerator. Phone 50946. CLEAN oil burners the easy way . with Burn-R^te. Soot and hard carbon distroyed. Guranteed. Only $1.49 at Flannegin Ace Hardware. USED TV'S FOR SALE 1958 MOTOROLA 24", blond console, UHF, $175. 21" MOTOROLA Console, $75 2i" ADMIRAL Console, $75. 21"' RCA Console, $100.' 17" MECK table model, $35. 17" MOTOROLA, $25. - PENN TV -'AND STANDARD : STATION ^ Phone LY 5-3051 Star City, Ind. Open Saturday & Sunday IT. FOR 5ALE FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. Y4 mi. S; Akron. c. Musical Instruments SPINETS — Guaranteed lowest prices. Term's.' Ivers & Pond, 834 West Miami. SMALL size accordion. Phone 9156. TRUMPET. Good condition. Phone 50397. USED PIANOS Medium size upright. 52" high, used but in good condition only $129.00. Other uprights at $65.00. Terms. Strange' Music House at Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix SPECIAL CLEARANCE . price of Jamesway Clean Egg Community Nest. Reg. $34.65. Now only, $25.40. King's Hatchery & Feed. 6th'& North Streets. BIGGER Poultry Profits the Na- piana way. Feed Napiana egg feeds for better results. Krum- bles or Pellets. King's .Hatchery, 6th & North Streets. LEGHORN Hens. Yearling laying, Manwaring Strain. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek 2451. TAKE over payments on 1956 24' Console Television. $2.75 per week. Phone'3922. 1—5 ROOM, and 1 room oil space heaters with blower attachments P.hone 56108. SPECIAL on the finest in new and used appliances. We take •trade-ins. Wallar Electric. Burrows. ' CLEARANCE of used electric re- 'frigerators to make room for truck load of new 1958 Westing- 'house appliances. Briggs.Elec- ,.tric Co. 203-205—5th. 6, ROOM Duo-Therm oil heater. •Reasonable. Good condition. Phone 8183. FOR SALE—Combination radio ,and record player. Phone 50844. USED G.E. Washer. Good condition. $5.00 down delivers. Goodyear Service. 6th and Broadway. Phone 2917. FOR SALE: Seigler oil heater. Like new. Phone 56625. b. Miscellaneous 1 GAS space heater. 1—30 gal. automatic gas water heater, 1 cash register. Call- after 5:30. 1217 Smead St. 20" GIRLS' Schwinn bicycle. Play pen. Phone 21286. Wooden Slat Venetian Blinds 1 We just recently replaced our ;\vood slat Venetians with new •steel slated ones during our Remodeling program. •'THESE OLD .BLINDS WOULD BE EXCELLENT FOR WAREHOUSE, UTILITY SHEDS, -FACTORY, • GARAGE, ETC. 3-76%'-' width—103^" length 3—131" width—118" length 4—76%" width—55%" length 2—40" width—103"' length 5—76" width—75" length 2-39" width-55" length fl l-33 ?l width-54"* length . 5-76" width-75." length ANY REASONABLE -OFFER WILL NOT BE REFUSED FOR ALL BLINDS. - First Come—First to Save! 1 MONTGOMERY •: WARD 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 REMINGTON pump. Deluxe mo- 'del 760, .300. Sling and 4 boxes -of shells. Call 8168 after 6. USED stoker and controls.. In good condition. Phone 9789. CUSHMAN Eagle 1954,, with new 8 h.p. motor. Accessories. Two 26" bicycles," one girls, one : boys. Kenneth Fritz, 701 Bur- 'son Street, Winamac. Phone -3201. ' TTWO wheel trailer, on e 4-wheel trailer. 215 Seybold. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Svj. sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W. on U. S. 3i. Maple Springs. STEVENS rifle. 30-30 bolt action. -Brand new. Phone 50061. Can see .^between 9-12 .aim., 5-9:30 p.m. 27' FT. 1952 Elcay . housetraikr. ,G'ood shape, Stoney Pike Trailer Court. ' HOUSETRAILERS NEW & USED ^Anoka Trailer Court^ & Sales, 4 .miles southeast of Logan on 35. 85 FT. 6 IN. galvanized pipe. 10 it, 10 in. pipe. New. Phone 2fll25. f. Wearing Apparel MEN'S town topic flannel "shirts. $1.95. Ivy League pants, sun-tan, black, gray, and striped. $2.89. Bargain Center, 322—3rd. G EORCE- SEZ. DON'T "DUCK" .. THE .FACTS A DUCK GET'S IT'S FEET - WET BUT THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR YOU "IF 7 '-YOU , WEAR WARD'S WATERPROOF SHOE And It's.Insulated too!! Guaranteed? Yes! MONTGOMERY WARD 412 E. Broadway Ph. 4193 SPECIAL at the THRIFT SHOP Men & Women's FALL AND WINTER COATS, 411 E.. Market GIRLS' 2-piece coat set. White leather jacket. Phone 7091. GIRLS snowsuit. Size 4. Extra nice. Phone 2763. h. Wanted to Buy 2 CAR garage- with electricity and prefer cement floor. Phone 53856 after 6 p.m. i. For Sale or Trade FOR SALE or trade for acreage. 3 acres in town with semi-modern 5 room house, "also trailer sets, and block building, 33x43, stocked with hardware and plumbing supplies and equipment for welding and shop w'ork. Ray'Sanders. Forest, Indiana. 13 REAL ESTATE WE HAVE. " ABIC DEMAND FOR FARMS AND ' • SUBURBAN • PROPERTIES TO SELL, • / PLEASE CALL, Otto H'lbert REALTOR PHONE, 2684 11 acres North edge-of city. 7 room all modern' home, warehouse bldg, 2 car garage, barn, nice creek. FRANK.T. MORRIS AGENCY, INC. 125—4th Phone 3063 a. Houses US'35 SOUTH AT ANOKA—2 bdr. ranch, 2 FS old, many extras.' • 421 FIFTEENTH—2 bdr. semi- mod, one story, bsmt., f6850. 220" W. OTTAWA—2 bdr. in XLNT repair, modern kit., stok- • er. 1618 -E. BROADWAY—4 bdr. sq, type, bath & half, stoker. 633 S. BURLINGTON-2 bdr. one story, gar., bsmt., gas heat. 820 NORTH ST.—5 bdr., bath & half, 2 car gar., oil furnace. 37 acres with 6 rm. good house, barn, hog fences, 33 A. cult. 1809 SMEAD—3 bdr., story ,& half, bsmt., oil fura. Low down pmt. . MERRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales Repr. 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Phone 7277 HOMES (3 Bedrooms) • GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT You furnish ground. Get my prices first and .let me show you how to save 50% on your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK' MILLER Phone 21466 1622 East Broadway 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT APPLES: Red Delicious, Winesap, Rome,. Jonathan, $1.00 to $2.00. Bring containers. Harvey Winton. Dial 6948. BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Grimes and Cortland Apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott. Fresh cider. Barr's Orchard. b. Fruits and Vegetables APPLES and cider. Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. . APPLES, red and yellow delicious, Grimes and greenings. Milo Smith's orchard, S. on 29. Phone 40429. Will deliver. FRESH chilled sweet, cider. Apples, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 4£5 South Cicott Street. APPLES and cider. Bert Rhoades, High Street Road. ORCPIARD fresh fruits, cider, sorghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, % mile west Rochester on Road 14. Open until 8 p.m, No Sunday sales. QUALITY Red and Golden Delicious apples. Stayman Winesap '& cider. Dwight Smith north on 25. Airport-Road. 13. REAL ESTATE Downtown Building. 6000 square feet. On one floor, ample parking.! Immediate possession. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, INC. 125—4th Phone 3063 WE CAN SELL farms,'residential and business properties in 15 days, at: the highest price. Write for personel interview. No /obligation. Wyant Auction Co.,'Ralph L. Drake, Kempton, Ind. a. Houses WANTED TO BUY from owner: 5 room house, or older house in need of repair. Eastend. .Write Box A-18 this newspaper. FOR SALE: We have many, many very good homes for sale. All locations and prices.^ All very well financed. THE TIDRICK. AGENCY - 414-4th St. Phone 4524 EASTEND—Nice 3 bedroom home on corner lot. Plenty of room and built-ins. Immediate possession. Cash or contract.^.Phone 2976 or 2638. $600 DOWN • • 1401 Lobelia, 6 rm. mod. One story. Hdw. firs. Oil furnace, fenced yard. Garage. $900 DOWN 1427 Lobelia/Brand new 2 bedroom. Mod. One story. Hdw. firs. Oil" furnace. New 2, car "garage. $1,000 DOWN 521 W. Market. Duplex. Stoker heat 2 car gar. Upper rented. Good income property. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 MODERN home'. Large rooms, Aluminum storm sash. $5000. Dial 3265. . Beautiful new 5 room home in- 55. , Lot 100 by 200 North. 4 bedroom modern home. 3 bedroom modern home. 2 'bedroom^ modern home. ;' Building lots in .city and country. DOUGLAS OR ROSCOE MARTIN, REALTOR 202-4th ' Ph. 4567 FOR SALE: 5 or 10 acres, $400 per acre. ,800' highway frontage. Phone 56843. How did you insure your home? With "cheapest" policy? From a -"friend?" Or did you get the BEST—the MOST'for your money, from a qualified agent?; Why not visit PIERCE AGEN-CY, and get acquainted. 1 Ask ' for-'"Bodie", "Russ", or "Mel"/ Pierce Agency, Inc. 218 Fourth St. Phone. 3939, Insurorsr-30 years^-Realtors' U.S. STEEL homes. 2% down, payment for V.A. Loans; also'F.H.A. . Loans available.. See our demonstration, house this week; Wayne Myers Steel Bldg. Sales," Inc. Ph. 2397. ' ,113 ACRES, 100 acres tillable; 6 ' • room modern house, 40x60 : barn, 20x40 chicken house. Garage. .15 min. drive N. of Logansport.. Call Lucerne :2231T " ,. '-"" " SIDE GLANCES 1: ro-2.1 T.M. Rtt. U.S. P«t Off. © 1957 bj NEA Stnlci.'tne. "Why be so fussy about how I look, Mom? Even the teacher in my class doesn't know I'm there!" 13. REAL ESTATE a- House* 222 Wheatland AT*., 5 rm. mod. Liv., Din., Kit., with built-ins, full bath dn. 2. nice rms. -up. Hdw. -firs, plenty closets. Good coal furnace, garage. A lovely home. $7,500. . 901—19th St. 7 rm. mod. One "story.- 2 baths. 28 ft.- liv.- rm. Oil furnace, water softener. Lg. lot. $7,500. 230 W. Miami. 7 rm. mod. Gil furnace. To settle estate. $4,250. 1312 W. Melbourne. New 2 bedroom, mod. 2 nice lots. Owner leaving state. $4,500. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 6 ROOM, 1-story modern home, oil, hot water heat.. 2 dar garage, 3130 North Pennsylvania Ave. Phone 2489. ;. . TO BUX JO SELL, TO TRADE." "See On" IF YOU'DON'T KNOW OTTO, ' YOU OUGHT TO. Otto H'lbeit REALTOR PHONE 2684 13. REAL ESTATE c. Farms 120 ACRES of Fulton counties best 1 level land 5 miles southwest of Rochester. Fair. buildings and hog tight fences. Priced right, in fact four corn crops will pay for this one. Lloyd Sausaman, Realtor, Rochester,' Indiana. FOR SALE: Elderly owners wish to make immediate sale of 47A farm. Good well kept house, henhouse, barn, lever soil. Also, excellent 60-and 80 acre farms. Deamer & Deamer, Rochester, Indiana. St.MeimadArtHeld Fine Italian Originals BLOOMNG-TON, Ind. Wl' — Ten religious paintings brought to 'Indiana University from the St. Meinrad -archabbey ior identifca- tion and display were labeled Saturday as Italian originals dating as far back as the 16th Century. Craighton Gilbert, I. U. art historian, said it is unusual--to find so many originals among paintings of this type.'The paintings were brought from a castle/ near Naples shortly after World War n, somg °f them showing war damage. Gilbert identified the oldest as a "St. Jerome" by Marco Pino da- siena, who lived from 1525 to 1588. .The collection'will stay on display here through Wednesday, FARM LOANS Representing four major investor* MERRILL WILSON 300 North Street Phone 3798 GOOD semi-modern home. Paved street. Reasonably priced. Dial 3265. b. Lots LOTS FOR SALE. Reeds addition to Metea. Rd. 25, North. c. Farms DON'T delay inspection.. Ideal 80 A. farm'home. Outstanding im' provements and setting. Priced •below market value. Deamer & Deamer,' Realtor, Rochester, Ind. ' LONG TIME Farm Loans at reasonable rate of interest, write or call Bricker Insurance Agency, 65 W. Canal Street, Wabash, .Indiana.,, Phones'715'Office and 37M Residence. .20;-year farm loans, low rates, no commission. See FRED SMITH,' 511 Tanguy. Phone 2804. 160-ACRE farm,. good buildings mostly level land, $24,000.-;Je£- feries Agency, 403 East 13th., Rochester. Dial CA-3-6111.120 ACRES, nice seven room modern house, with-or without furniture, all out buildings gopd, hog tight fences, open . ditch. East of Buffalo/ on Highway 16. Possession March 1. Write Box A- 15.this newspaper. / 90% ACRES farm. 5 room .modern house, VA mile north.of Royal Center. Gale Skinner. Phone 3012: .' "•• • ,...- REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-Way 24 18th and Woodlawn Seventh'and North See Britain Scared By Satellite By EDMOND LEBRETON WASHINGTON (tfMThe'' Soviets said Saturday their satellite; success is inspiring a drive by Britain to get nuclear weapon information' from the United States. Without remarking 'on./this, particular , statement' broadcast by Radio Moscow, U. S. Secretary' of the Army, Brueker said Soviet Communist party- boss-. Nikita Khrushchev has started 'a clever campaign of exploitation to get all the propaganda value out.of the Russian "satellite." • Brucker, .in a talk at the dedication of a Revolutionary War monument at Yorktow.n, Va., said all right-thinking' Americans -support Secretary of State Dulles in warning "Khrushchev, that America doesn't scare^ easily." . .' . On the contrary, Brucker said,' the danger is complacency after the initial effect of something like the satellite launching wears of. The' Moscow broadcast, quoting the government newspaper Izvest- ia, said that on hig visit to Washington next week British Prime Minister Harold MacmiUan will use the Soviet earth satellite as justification for seeking information on nuclear weapon production. See Further Pooling ' There have been sign's, during the current visit, of Queen Elizabeth and Prince- Philip to the United States, that further pooling of British and U. S. efforts in advanced scientific fields may be under consideration. A number of Congress members have urged establishment of a single authority over U.S. satellite and missile programs. Meanwhile there was no public report on what apparently was postponement of a test of the Navy's Vanguard rocket, one designed.to propel .an American satellite into space. Observers at the Cape Canaveral, Fla., test area saw. equipment that seemed to be designed for a Vanguard-firing twice moved into place yesterday and twice removed. The test reportedly'would have been only of the first stage of the rocket—not those that would actually place a -payload into an orbit around the earth. The cause of all the talk, Sputnik the satellite, spun so routinely around the earth Saturday, well into its third week in orbit, that there . was little echnical comment from observing scientists. Seen Over Yankton The satellite, whioh has -been considerably harder' to see than its accompanying rocket, was reported sighted by moonwafcchers in Yan'kton, S.D., this morning, 26% minutes behind the rocket. »The Smithsonian Asferophysieal Observatory at Cambridge, Mass., put out a detailed two-day timetable for the rocket. A-longer-range" forecast was is- sued by another kind of specialist, H a r v a r d- University economist Malcolm P. McNair. He said that as a^result of Sputnik'there may be more defense spending,' no tax :uts and stiffer Credit' controls. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY ' Marie Smith, Mgr. Phott« 3293 EAT BETTER FOE LESS , With Town and Country Wholesale Foods. For Food reorders and sales. Call your home town representative,-Fred B. Llewellyn/ Phone 8087. WANTED!! . - ' Women who think cooking a chore! Has meal getting ceased being fun? LETUSSHOWYOUTHE'THINK- 1NGEST" Range ever. It's the all new Frigidaire Electric Range with the new SHEER LOOK styling that fits ini everywhere. If Bookings no fun for you, stop in and see this kitchen miraciel And, for the thrill of your life, Buy One! < JACKSON-KITCHEL 510 High Street Phone 3085 GUERDON SPARCAST BUDDY CHAMPfON COZY, NEWMOON SPARTAN PACEMAKER LECAR CADILLAC HALLMARK GREAT LAKES TRAVELO ANDERSON DETROiTER We will give you a li&eral trade-in for yaur trailer or furniture on one of the beautiful "Mobile Homes.. We have a Mobile Hom.e to fit every family and famiJies pocketbopk. ' ' * - BA1RD MOBILE HOMES, INC 2 mi. south of Peru on U.S. 31 Phone Peru Gridley 39808 Reappraise US Aid To Yugoslavia By JOHN -M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON OT-^Secretary of State Dulles is reported.. to be making a careM reappraisal of U. S. support for Yugoslavia. The question is whether that Communist country has kept enough independence of Russia to justify continuing American,aid/ The United States and its British, and French Allies may be approaching the brink of another cold war defeat at the hands of smart and aggressive Soviet leadership, on the Yugoslav issue. Officials here are not prepared to •concede a setback now but they are uneasy about the'future. It would be a political-diplomatic triumph for Soviet party boss Ni'kita Khrushchev if he could pull Yugoslav President Tito back into the Soviet orbit completely— or achieve -virtually the same result " by creating a situation in which Tito had no other place to go. W. Germany Breaks The Yugoslav problem was spotlighted _ Satur'day by West. Ger- many's' break in diplomatic relations with the Tito regime over its recognition earlier this week of Communist East Germany.' The recognition was iri line with Russia's policy of building up the Red German regime and trying to compel direct negotiations be- between it and the West German government. > The United States together with Britain and France in effect supported Chancellor Adenauer of West Germany by expressing the sympathetic understanding of his move. The American actiofc in itself was secondary but by far the most important consequence of the Yugoslav. - German dispute may be its impact on Yugoslavia'* relations with the United States.. The situation has reached a critical point in the view of officials here for two reasons: Leaning,To Left First, the increasing- evidence that yito, once .reviled and condemned by Moscow,'was becoming constantly more friendly- with the Khrushchev regime. Second, the fact that Congress has put increasingly heavy pressure on the State Department t« prove that its .Tito aid policy is justifiable by showing that Tito remains friendly and" dependable so far as the west is concerned. Sen. Bridges "(R-NH) ' called Saturday for an end to all aid for Yugoslavia, calling such aid "a travesty on sound diplomacy and a waste of the taxpayer's money." Bridges,- top Republican on th* Senate Appropriations Committee, said the United States has given Tito nearly ' VA billion dollars worth of military and economic aid. $15,000 WnkCoat Presented To Queen COLLEGE PARK, Md.: «| — Queen Elizabeth H just before the kiokoff of the Maryland - North Carolina game Saturday slipped into the luxurious full-length mink coat presented to her by air American organization of mink breeders. . • , The coat, by a New York furrier who .said it was worth -more than $15,000, was waiting for the Queen- when she arrived in Washington. And she needed it Saturday for the weather was strictly for football—'chilly, windy and raw. MADE CHAIRMAN SAN FRANCISCO tf> — Georg« W. Dowdy of Charlotte, N. C., was elected chairman of the executive board of the National-Retail Dry Goods Assn. Saturday. Bowdy succeeded Joseph W. Dye'of South Bend, Ind., who had resigned. The Bryan-Ghamorro Treaty of 1914 gave the United States the right to construct a canalr across Nicaragua. , SALE CALENDAR Oct. 23—Max & Carolyn Eshelman .'. Roy Grume & Harry Bridge, Aucts. Oct. 24—Maurice Fitzgerald '. Waldrph Oct. 23—Rose Paterson Rinehart- & Sons Oct.' 24—Luther Bussert .. Steiner Oct. 25—Earl M. Utterback Roy Grume Oct.- 25—Myrtle Rush, Estate Auct. Teel 'Oct. 26—Linnie Bending Rinehart & Sons Oct. 30—Lavy & Garber ....: J., A. Miller Oct. -30—Edward M. Dingeldine Estate ........Auct Teel Nov. 2—R. W. Bray Rinehart & Sons' Notice of Sale of Real Estate ' Notice is hereby given that the Administratrix of the 'estate of Bruce Babb, deceased, will sell at private sale at the office'of'Hanna & Small, 208 Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. (CST) on the 25th day of October, 1957, .and from day to day thereafter until sold, the following described- real estate situate, in the County of Cass, State of Indiana, to-wit: Lots 4 and 5 in Block "F" in Pan Handle Addition to the City of Logansport, Washington Township, Cass County, Indiana. . . i The 'Administratrix hereby 'reserves the right to reject any and all bids and said sale will be made subject to the approval thereof by the Cass Circuit Court in the matter of the estateof Bruce Babb deceased. TERMS OF SALE: One-fourth (V 4 ) upon the date of sale and the, balance upon the furnishing of a deed and merchantible or insurabj* title and an abstract showing the same.,*Dated this 8th day of October, 1957. GOLD1E PATTERSON Administratrix of the Estate of Bruce Babb, Deceased ' HANNA & SMALL, Attorneys for Estate • AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1957 1:00 P.M. (CST) ^ ;To be held at 503 May Street, Walton, Indiana HOUSEHOLD GOODS: 1 new davenport, 3 rocking chairs,'2 chairt, 2 stands, table radio, 1 clock, 1 table lamp, 1 bedroom suite, 1 bed and dresser, dining room table and chairs, Kelvinator., refrigerator, dishes and cooking utensils, Florence coal heating.stove,(nearly new), GIo-Boy heating, stove, coal oil range, dining table with 6 chairs', kitchen' cabin . utility cabinet, library table, stove trucks, washing machine and many other articles. '• TERMS OF SALE: Cash Not responsible for accidenti WILLARD ALSPAUCH ESTATE The Cass County State Bank, Walton,. Indiana, Executor Hanna & Small, Attorneys for Estate Orville Thompson, Auctioneer . Lewis Babb, Clerk PUBLIC AUCTION I will sell at public auction located on 117—18th St., Logansport WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23—12:30 P.M. Consisting of the following-property: 1 Montgomery Ward refrigerator; 1 Coldspot refrigerator; 1 Kelvinator apartment;size,electrio stove, good; 1 General Electric^range, good; 2 living room, suites; 1 dining room suite; telephone stand; 2 writing desks"and"chairs; coffee" tables; library table; end tables; ~2 radios; antique commodes; .antique chests; :oak table; oak shelves; piano stool; rocking-chair; small stands; 2 breakfast sets; kitchen- cabinet; sewing cabinet; 2 dressers; 2 chest of drawers; 2'antique'straight.chairs; 8.day clock; 2 utility cabinets; lamps, stand and floor;'on e lot orpictures; .one.lot;of mirrors; 1—9x12 rug; 2—7x9 rugs; runners and throw rugs I poster bed with -springs and mattress; portable, wardrobe; '3 card tabjes; hall tree; 3 comfort jboxes; one lot of beddings-one-lot of'dishes; one lot of cooking utensils; pressure cooker; 2 step ladders; .Maytag,"electric, washer; tubs-^ ironing board; 'Hoover electric sweeper; curtain'stretch-, ers; quilting ""frames; snow-shovel;, porch swing;; electric clock; dividing screen; .kerosene 'lamp; -bathroom scales; many articles not mentioned. /","...: , TERMS—Cash. Pay as you go. Not responsible in case o£ accident.. MRS ROSE PATERSON, Owner R. Rinehart & Sons, Aucts,, Flora Phone 11 Martin, Clerk i

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