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18 Golesburg Registef-MQil, (aQles^^^^^^ III. Tuesday, April 24, 1973 SAtfiSBURQ OftDfill BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: fully $1 lower. No. 1-2: 200-230 $34.00-$34.25 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 $33.50-$34.00 No. 1-3: 230-260 $32.75-$33.50 No. 2-3: ' 260-300 $31.25-$32.75 Packing Sows: $26.75-$30.25 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET -HOGSVolume: 2,500. Butcher Trend: $l-$2 lower. No. 1-2: 200-225 $34.75-$35.40 No. 2-4: 200-240 $34.50-$34.75 240-270 $33.50-$34.50 230-300 $32.50-$33.25 Sow Trend: $1 lower. 300-500 . $31.00-$32.25 . -CATTLEVolume: 200. Market Trends: Steers fully $1 lower. Heifers fully $1 lower. Slaughter Steers: Choice 950-1150 $43.50-$45.10 1150-1300 $43.00-$44.50 Mixed Good and Choice 950-1300 $42.00-$43.00 Slaughter Heifers: Choice 900-1050 $43.00-$44.50 Mixed Good and Choice 800-1000 $42.50-$43.00 Cows: Utility and Commercial . $30.00-$32.30 Cutters _ $28.00-$30,00 Canners .... $25.00-$28.00 Bulls: Utility and Commercial -.. $30.00-$35.00 J«lit» LIvMtoek JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 300; steers 50-75 lower; heifers 25-50 lower; choice steers 45.75, good and choice 45.00; choice heifer 44.00-45.00; canner and cutter cows 23.00112.50. Hogs 1,400; opened fully 1.00 lower; No 1-2 200-225 36.00; No 1-3 200- 250 35.50. lb lb 35.5034.50- GALESBURO 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) $1.49 New Corn ^ $1.40 No. 1 Beans (old) ....$6.57 New $4.09 Expert Claims U.S. Trade With China Will Accelerate Grain Futures CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat andip^" soybeans were substantially lower and corn irregularly lower at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.441/4 off 3% Wednesday estimated receipts cattle 2,200, hogs 700. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 3,000; 1.00-1.50 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 35.00-35.50; No 1-3 200-250 lb 34.25-35.25; No 2-3 240-270 lb 33.50-34.50; No 2-4 270290 lb 33.00-33.50; No 3-4 290-325 lb 32.25-33.00. Cattle and calves 1,150; steers and heifers fully 50, instances 1.00 lower; choice steers 44.2545.50; good and choice 43.5044.50; g,ood 40.50-43.50; good and choice heifers 42.00-43.50; good 39.50-42.00. Sheep 175; lambs steady; choice and a few prime spring 37.00. May Jly Sep May Jly Sep Dec May Jly Aug Nov 2.30V4 off 3V4 2.29 off 3% Corn 1.60% off 1 I .6OJ/2 off IVa 1.6iy4 off 1% 1.58 '/4 off 2 ^/4 Soybeans 6 .50 off 3% 6.14V2 off 4% 5.88M! off 3V8 4.3OV2 off 3% New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: . Cattle 400; steers weak to 1.00 lower; heifers 50 lower; few choice steers 44.50-45.50; choice heifers 43.50-45.00. Hogs 6,000; unevenly 1.00-1.75 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 35.2536.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 34.7535.25; No 2-3 230-260 lb 34.0034.75, 260-280 lb 33.50-34.00, 230300 lb 33.00-33.50; No 2-4 290-330 lb 32.00-33.00. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs 17,000; mostly 1.00 lower; No 1-3 200-230 lb some 240 lb 34.0031.50, few 33.75; No 1 -3 230-250 IS 33.50-34.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 3J.00-33.50. * St. Louis Livestock fST. LOUIS (UPI)—Livestock: ^Hogs 8,000; trading severely limited by no water at East Side packing house; mostly 2.00 lower; No 1-3 200-230 lb 34.5035 .OO; around 200 head early 35.50; 230-250 lb 34.00-34.50. ^Cattle 2 ,000; slaughter steers weak to 50, instances 1.00, low- 34; slaughter heifers 25-50 low- cjt; few lots high choice steers 1^00-1200 lb 45.00-45.50; choice 950-1250 lb 44.00-45.00; mixed good and choice 42.50 - 44.00; cfioice and prime heifers 850- IQOO lb 44.00; choice 800-1050 lb 43.50-43.50; mixed good and elioice 41.50-42.50; choice veal- ers 55.00-60.00; good 51.00-55.00. irsheep 150. .^ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: "Eg^s consumer Grade A large 42-52, medium 38-48, small 2338; B large 37-48. "Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 42.50-44.50. If —— — St. Louis produce: ;Eggs wholesale Grade A large 25-36, standard 22-26, medium 28 -34, unclassified 8-10. Inland Stl 34»/8 IBM 423 Int Harv 28^! Int Nick 3OV4 Int Paper 371/4 Int T&T 37 Iowa P&L 23% Johns-Mn 237$ Kennecott 27^ Keys Cons IBMs Kresge 36'/s Kroger IBVi Lib'McN 5'/8 Litton S% Lockhd 7 Mar Oil 35V2 McD Dgls 36% Merck 96% Minn Min 81 Mobil Oil 72 ^ Monsanto 55% Cap C Bdg 521/8 Nat Bis 48V8 Catplr 64 '/2 olin Corp 15% Admiral II1/4 AlldChem 35% Alld Mills 201/4 lAUd Strs 271/2 Allis Chal 91/2 Alcoa 551/2 Am Air 19% Am Can 32i /4 Am Cyan 28% AmElPwr 26% Am Mtrs 81/2 Am T&T 52% Anaconda 21 Arlans 21/4 Atl Rich 781/2 Avco 12 Bea Fds 25% Bendix 41% Beth Stl 30 Boeing 18% Borden 22% ; BASEMENT SALE •J^ 7«S S. ACADEMY M Tuei. Eve and Wed. Morning 4 ladies diamond rings, gold Hvedding bands and watches, 'purple ametliyst glass, dishes, small antiques, clothing and ^nlicellaneous. . BACKYARD SALE * 981 Hawicinson Ave. Z Tuesday Eve. --4-4. Wednesday • All Day 'Baby clothes, childrens clothing, ^'nic nacs & misc. items. Celanese 35'/a Ccn II, Lt 22% Cen Tel 22% Cessna 23% Chrysler 32% Cities Svc 49 Coca-Cola 139 Colum Gas 30% Comm Ed 33% Comsat 50% Cons Ed 24% Cont Can 28% Cont Oil 34% CPC Intl 30% Dana 36% Deere 41 1 /4 Du Pont 1721/j Eastman 136% Exxon 102% Falstaff 41 /4 Outbd M 38% Owens-Ill 35Vi! Penn Cen Penney 831/4 Pepsi Cola 84% Pfizer 40% Phil Pet 47% Procter G 100% Quak Oat 37% RCA 27% Rep Stl 29% Revlon 60 Safeway 34% St. Regis 41% SanFeInd 27% Sears 97% Shell Oil 48% Simmons 20% So Pac 34% Sperry 40% Std Bds 51% Firestone 21% Ford Mtrs 63% sO Ind 89% Fruehauf 29 Stvns JP 29% Gam Sko .28% Gen Dyna 18% Gen El 63% Gen Fds 26% Gen Mtrs 72% Gen Tel 28 Gen Tire 21% Goodrich 24% Goodyear 25% Greyhnd 16 Gulf Oil 25% 111 Cent 21% 111 Pwr 30 Stude 45% Swift 24% Texaco 40% Tex Inst 177% Un Carb 43% Un El 17 Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 22% US Stl 34% West Un 24% Wstghs El 34% Weyerh 60 '/2 Woolwrth 22 CURIOSITY SHOP 1952 ROBEBTSON AVE. (2 blki. S. of Grand, 2 blki. E. o< Farnham) Wed.-Sat. 10 AM . 5 PM Metal sculptures, paintings, macrame, poly-domes candles, lots of gift ideas. EXCELLENT NORTH LOCATION NEW SANDLER-BUILT BRICK and FRAMK 3 bedrooms, fully carpeted, full dry basement, large double attached garage. Large trees and nicely landscaped. $31,500 Ph. 343-4907 or 343-5138 Yord Sale 147 Virginio Ave. Tue$. Evening & Wed. All Day t GARAGE SALE : 1 ^87 .\. BROAD ST. '7u«»., April 24 - 4 pjoa. - 8 p.m. "W«d., April 25 ~ 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. «, RAIN or SHINE 44 ft. boat; motor & trailer, elec- iric guitar, with amplifier, bowling call, like new shoe skates, t/ikes, golf clubs, electric 4iedge trimmer, black and white *rv, lots of games & ,toys, lots 'Of gojd clean clothes, many inlsc. Items. Hot respou<U >l« for accid«nls REINFORCING STEEL • Bars 1 /4" to 3/4" • Mesh 6x6. #10, #6 GALESBURG Builders Supply Co 600 i. MAIN STREET Phone 34 ;a -4l55 Mercantil* Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chlcag,o Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 43.65 43.15 43.30 43.87 Aug 43.40 42.95 43.07 43.67 Oct 43.00 42.50 42.65 43.25 Dec 43.00 42.67 42.80 43.20 Feb 43.25 42.77 42.87 43.25 Apr 43.05 42.80 42.85 43.20 Live Hogs Jun , 35.70 35.02 35.70 35.45 Jly ' 36.35 35.67 36.35 36.20 Aug 34.70 34.10 34.70 34.42 Oct 32.70 32.10 32.70 32.55 Dec 32.90 32.25 32.70 32.55 Feb 33.27 32.60 33.25 33.00 Apr 32.00 31.15 32.00 31.47 Frozen Porit Bellies May 53.10 51.57 53.00 52.20 Jly 53.25 51.80 53.20 52.52 Aug 52.60 51.50 52.50 52.10 Feb 49.45 48.65 49.40 49.20 Mar 49.00 48.30 49.00 48.75 May 48.80 48.80 48.55 By LEROY POPE NEW YORK (UPI) - Ameri trade with China already has substantially exceeded the most optimistic estimates of a year ago and probably will accelerate, says David Buxbaum. Business Today Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wiieat May 248 242 246 247% Jly 2341 /4 229 231 233V2 Sep 231% 228 230 232V4 Dec 2331 /4 229 231 V4 234 Mar 234 230 231 V4 233 ^1 Corn May 161% 159Va 161% Jly 161V^ 160 161 Sep 162 160 161 Dec 159% 158 158% Mar 163 161'/. I6IV2 May-74 165 163y4 163% Oats (old) May 93 92% 93 Jly 97% 961 /4 96% Buxbaum, who speaks fluent Mandarin and is an expert on Chinese history and law, heads May Lee Industries, Inc., of New York. It represents more than a score of U.S. corporations in China and already has executed 80 trade contracts with the Chinese. His deals range from large purchases of fine Chinese rugs to arrangements to export whiskey to China and import Chinese beer to the United States. The rugs and chinoise- rie, both in furniture and bric-a- brac, are his firm's bread and butter so far, but Buxbaum wants to become a major factor in big Sino-American trade something like Ara Oztemal's Satra Corp. is in U.S.—Soviet trade. His company was the first American firm to sign direct trade contracts with China after the 1972 thaw in Sino-American relations. Upset Prophesy In a recent article, Buxbaum I ridiculed predictions in a 1971 report drawn for the American Social Science Research Coun- 161% 1631/4 I6IV4 1621/^ 166 96 97 921/^ 96 99 Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese Processed loaf 70:25-79; single daisies 76.50-80.25; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-91, B 87-89. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Weak; prices off 1 to 2; extra large 54 off 2; large 54 off. 2; medium 50 off 1; standard 45 off 1; pullets 34 off 2; checks 33 off 1. cil that U.S.-Chinese could hardly exceed million by 1980. It has surpassed $350 million in the first year, he said. He also criticized a statement by the author of the report that the United States would not be willing to sell China large aircraft or other major capital goods. Buxbaum said Boeing Co.'s sale of aircraft to China already has upset that prophesy. Among Buxbaum's most recent successes in China is obtaining the right to sell there two farm animal feed supplements made by the Borden Co. —Bospro, a protein-vitamin for dairy and beef cattle, and Fermacto, a similar supplement for poultry and swine. Sedco is an oil drilling company and Vetco Offshore makes offshore drilling equipment. China ranks 12th in the world in estimated petroleum resolirces. Sophisticated Instruments Another new May Lee client is Flue Manufacturing Co. of Seattle, maker of sophisticated electrical and electronic testing j instruments. Selling American goods to the Chinese is not Buxbaum's only activity. The Chinese still are reluctant to buy on credit, he said, so American traders who want to sell in China must arrange purchases of Chinese goods and help the Chinese government effect third nation deals to facilitate trade and financing. He said the Chinese have many things to sell us. Fine pigskin and pig bristles are two trade lexampks. $300 The pigskin makes attractive luggage, and the bristles of the Chinese pig are superior to any others for making fine brushes for painters. "Chinese textiles are certain to find growing favor in the U .S. market, so will many food specialties and they have large supplies of important mineral iores that we need," he said. Ourlemiile , inspection is on die house. ill Dow Jones Averages 30 indus 949.05 off 6.32 20 trans 190.34 off 4.41 15 utils 103.74 off 0.25 65 stocks 297.46 off 2.93 Open Every Wednesday NEW SPRING ITEMS Wataga Congregational THRIFT SHOP NEW ITEMS EACH WEEK Old North School BaMmani 10 a.m. - 4 p.in. We've beenfighting termites for 40 years. And finding them. Unfortunately/ you may have termites now. We can let you know with an inspection that's thorough, dependable and free. If we find you do have ter- snites/ we'll get rid of them with our professional and inexpensive process. Just call us: 342-4137. We'll make sure your -world doesn't come crashing in on you. SIMPSON-POWELSON LUMBER CO. 1S9 S. Prairie Oats (new) May 931/2 92V4 93 Jly 98 96V4 97 Sep 99 97 98 Soybeans May 657 646 6541/2 653% Jly 61 mVi 619 619V2 Aug 594Va 586V2 593 591 V2 Sep 497V2 491495 497 V2 Nov 433 429 432 433% Jan 4331/2 430 431% 434% Mar 4341/4 431 4331/2 436 May-74 435 432 434 436i/i 1964 WIllY'S JEEP 4 Wheel Drive, New Tires, Top, Lock Out Hubs, Looks and Runs Great. 343-5775 ^Wanted to Rent Reliable Gentleman with Son would like to rent home in country. _ Ph. 289-4995 PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY, APRIL 27 — 2 P.M. 256 Acre WARREN CO. FARM 140 Acrai Tillabla, Lota of Improvamenti Vi Mile East of Swan Creek, 111. Possession At Closing Owner—CHESTER O. HALE Sale Held at Premises BOULTINGHOUSE AUCTION CO, Aledo, III. - 309-582-5136 WEIR REALTY, Moline III. - 309-797-1173 CALL FOR BROCHURE FOR SALE 1SS5 FORD COMET Fair Condition 1300.00 20 INCH GIRL'S BICYCLE Brand New SSO.OO Phone 342-2468 Or Saa Ai 438 Monroa Get A Load Of This GILSON READY MIX 876-2291 LARRY JOHNSON Walcoma Back All Old tt Naw Cuiiomars 8 Family Garage & BACKYARD SALE 835 N. KELLOGG WEP., April 25th 9:30 a.m. - ? Men's & women'.s clothes, baby clothes, children's clothes, maternity clothes, kitchen misc. & small appliances, clothes dryer, some furniture, boys' 26" bicycle, w 1 g, curtains, sewing machine, women's bowling shoes. DRAIN TILE 4" to 8" GALESBURG Builders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN STREET Phone 342-4155 NOTICE GALESBURG BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. IS now Open on Saturday from 8:00 to 12:00 Please help us give you good service by placing your concrete orders before 4:00 411 Friday. Phone 342-4155 For Ready Mixed Concrete and All Related Materials. - Production Workers Needed Equal Opportunity Employar Good Working Conditions Good Wage Rates Paid Vacations and Holidays -Poid Insurance Apply At — 801 No. MAIN ST. ABINGDON, ILL. BRIGGS WANTED Unfurnished lower apartment near Cottage Hospital for retired gentlemen. Will sign lease and can furnish excellent references. Will pay premium rent for nice place. Pleose coll 342-6787 or 342-0413 between 8:00 o.m. - 4:30 p.m. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this type must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES, INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY THURSDAY STARTING PROMPTLY AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON GARALD B. FISHER, MANAGER Phones: The Barn: 734-2916 Garald Fisher 734-6611 Marvin Hanse 734-3937 Advance Listings For THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1973 15 Mixed cows 3 to 6 years old, preg. checked, to calve in May. 18 Choice mixed steers and heifers, \vt. from -100 to 475 23 Good to choice mixed steers, wt. from 600 to 79'J lbs. 20 Choice Angus steer and heifer calves, wt. from 450 to 500 lbs. 15 Mixed steers, wt. around 900 lbs. 89 Hamp. Shoats, wt. around 130 lbs., to sell in one lot. 170 York, cross Shoats, wt. from 85 to 110 lbs. Warren County Livestock Auction, Inc. MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS Located 2 miles north of Monmouth on Route U.S. 6^ Phones: The Barn, 734-2916 Garald B. Fisher, 734 6611 Marvin llaase, ;34-3937 Area Code 309 Household Auction rURNirUKC, ANTIQUIS, MISCIlUNtOUS Sundoy, April 29, at 12 Af 208 South fin* St., Goltiburs, III. List of properly will be in Thursday, April 26, paper. BCRNADINE L. CUNNINGHAM Afltnt far J«inni« Murphy, Owntr Carl Stcck, Auctioneer Neil Ritenhouse, Attorney ANTIQUE AUaiON I Closing Ouf Sole of Antique Shop As we are going out of business, we will sell the following merchandise at Public Auction at 1\% Southeast 2nd Ave., Aledo, Illinois ' Saturday, April 28, 1973 12:30 P.M. Chandelier (180 cut glass prisms, 6 Ig. amber); 3 showcases; handgun or Jewelry case; walnut burl front wishbone mirror chest; solid cherry lamp table; handmade walnut Jelly cupboard, 100 yrs. old; walnut chest; corner cupboard; 2 oak commodes; walnut drop leaf table; oak drop leaf table; child's wicker rocker; beds; church pew; kitchen cabinet; chairs; trunks; walnut kneehole desk; oak buffet; rockers; furniture In the rough; old scales; walnut cupboard; porch swing; horse collar mirror; single and double trees; horse collars; neck yokes; .3 school desks; large oak mirror; lanterns; picture frames; old lamps; Coleman gas lamp with shade; Cuckoo clock; plaster of paris cigar store Indian; pottery; 6 Sandwich glass pulls; handmade quilts; pocket watches; fob; some Jewelry; license plates; iron; tin; dishes including R. S. Prussia; Royal Bayrouth; mlik glass; Bristol; Cambridge; Posterla; Occupied Japan; pattern glass; blue bubble glass; lots of figurines; over 200 advertising cards; 3 Schleger Haviland books; hospital bed complete; roll away bed; lots of miscellaneous items not listed but found in a sale of this type. SMITH'S ANTIQUES Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, Owners TERMS—CASH Not RaisoMibto for Accid*nti Numbar Sysisin Uied — Idtniiiieaiion R«qulr*d. SIMPSON'S AUCTION SERVICE LOUIS and MYRON SIMPSON, Alexli — Phena 4IZ-S26S PUBLIC SALE •Located West of Grade School Building on Route 180 in Wiiliamsfield, Illinois, on SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1973 AT 1:00 P.M. D.S.T. ANTIQUES and COLLECTOR ITEMS Very old dining room outfit including table with leaves, 5 straight chairs, captains chair and buffet with brass pulls. This outfit has lots of fancy work and will clean up real nice; wood replica of a Civil War cannon on wheels; very old Gone With The Wind lamp without top globe; nice small oak rocker; very nice small purple carnival glass dish with 3 legs; brass crumb tray and scraper; 1890 hand pump vacuum cleaner; drug store scales; ant. foot stool; nail kegs; ant. stand table; good quilting frames; picture frames; 5 English china pansy pattern soup dishes and matching platter; blue willow dish; very old fancy glass cake stand; 1 other good glass cake stand; neck yoke; hay knife; 3 gal. cream can; old iSottles; railroad switch key; railroad message holder; railroad lantern; well pulley; straight razors; 2 straight chairs; stone jars: small stoneware pitcher; hand corn planter; brass knob hame and horseshoes made into ashtray; nice silver sugar and creamer with small tray; hand painted tea pot; large ruby glass compote; several cream pitchers and sugar bowls; 2 old glass water pitchers; several good vases including 2 green gia.ss. 1 blue swirl, t from 193,1, Chicago Worlds Fair, 2 milk glass, 1 very old Dresden, 1 bone china, several other vases; souvenier dishes: milk glass dish; 2 old Germany dishes; glass lid for a butter dish; 6 berry dishes; gold rim relish dish; 2 old Jelly dishes; milk glass plate; coo-coo clock; other items. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS R.C.A. color TV set works good; 2 good 3 piece bedroom outfits: very good small kitchen dinette set and 4 chairs; 1 other dinette table and 4 chairs; 3 three drawer chest of drawers; good small Kelvinator refrigerator; Kelvinator elec. stove; Ele'ctro Master elec. stove; picnic table; very good Maytag auto, washing machine: good Kenmore gas clothes dryer; Hotpoint elec'. clothes dryer; good Comfort-Air 8,500 B.T.U. air conditioner; dresser with mirror; davenport and chair: rocking chair; wood dining room table; baby bed; floor fan; Zenith portable stereo (needs some work); 8 place setting of Pricilla pattern dishes; 2 door metal kitchen cabinet; clothes hamper; small braided rug: small crocheted rug; fruit Jars; step ladder; some books; lots of misc. items. CAR 1968 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova four door sedan with 6 cyl. engine, standard trans., 4 new tires and only 34,000 actual miles. This car is in good cond. and will make someone good economical transportation. Mrs. Edna Stewert and Neighbors, Owners Auctioneer: JIM FOLGER, Wmiamsfield, 111. — Phone 879-2373 Clerki: LESTER and IRENE JOHNSON TERMS — CASH Not Responsible For Accidents PUBLIC SALE Due to tiic death of my iisuband I will sell the following at my acreage located 10 miles North of Gslesburg, Illinois on Route 150 to Ontario blaclctop then V/:i miles East or 5 miles West of Oneida. Illinois on Ontario blacktop on SATURDAY, APR5L 28, 1973 AT 11:00 A.M. MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT 1946 J.D. Model B tractor with starter and hyd., runs good — 1936 A.C. W.C. tractor with good rubber and runs good — good rear mount P.T.O. drive seeder — J.D. No. 2i|0, 2 row corn plnnter — good J.D. Model H manure spreader — M and M 1 row pull type corn picker — Case 8 ft. pull type disc — Oliver 2 bottom pull type plow — 3 sec. harrow and drawbar — rubber tired running gear with metal flare box — J.D. 2 row cultivator — A.C. 2 row cultivator — good portable loading chute on rubber (new) — Unico pig creep feeder (new) — covered water tank — 3-275 gal. fuel tanks — 50 ga. barrels — cement mixer — some new woven wire — small 100 bu. portable corn crib — good 8'xl2' brooder house — hog pans — some hog feed — scrap iron. CORN 200 bu. of ear corn (more or less) — 75 bu. shelled corn (more or less). STRAW 85 bales good wheat straw (more or less). CAR 1972 Ford Maverick Grabber with 302 V-8 engine, auto trans., and vinyl Interior. This car is yellow with orange stripes and has only 13,000 actual miles and is in like new condition. TRUCKS 1970 Ford 350 1 ton truck with 360 V-8 engine, custom cab, metal grain box with extensions, twin hoists, good tires, radio and stereo tape player. This truck has only 21,000 actual miles and is in perfect condition — 1958 Ford 1 ton truck with flatbed, 2 new tires on front, 312 V-8 engine and upholstery and body Just redone. CAMPER Alum, campera paneled inside with elec. stove and sinii (fits a 1 ton truck). TOOLS, AIR CONDITIONERS AND MISC. Good Craftsman drive socket set — Craftsman radial arm iaw (very good) — Sears lightweight chain saw (almost new) — good air compressor — portable air tank — large chain hoist — good hand tire changer — metal tire patching cupboard with unit on top — good bench grinder — 20 toa rachet jaclc — good hyd. bumpei' jack — 2 good jacks with small cable winches — good Black and Decker air impact wrench — air sander dec. sandeis — 2 'li" elec. drills — bench vice — large metal cupboaiii — filling itation paper towel dispenser — good wheel barrow — lawn roller — wood extension ladder — log chains — good hand tools - guori Remington 20,000 B.T.U. air conditioner — Sears 15,000 B.T.U. air sonditioner — small Amana air conditioner (almost newi — space heater — some tires — large ant. grindstone — some lumber — •some cement blocks — 200 feet of new garden hose — water skiis — lots of other misc. items. NOTE: This is all good clean merchandise as everything has had good care and is in very good condition. The 3 above vehicles will be sold subject to the titles returning from Springfield which will be Just a short while after the sale. For further information contact the auctioneer. MRS. MAXINE HILLYER: Owner Auctioneer — JIM FOLGER — Wiiliamsfield, 111. Ph. 879-2373 Clerks — LESTER and IRENE JOHNSON Terms: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents Lunch Served on Grounds Read the Want Ads

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