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30 Galgsburg ftcQistef-Moih Gdlfesburg, 111. Thursday, April 26, 1973 I Market Reports Today sALKSBtniG mtm BUYERS BttrHiglMi Nmlkeri Stockyirds MarKet: fully steady. No. 12: 200^230 $34:50-$34.75 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200>230 $34.25-$34.50 No. 1-3: Sfl^2eO $33.50-134.25 No. 2-3: 280-300 |31.75'$33.50 Packing Sows: 129.00430.50 CHtCAQO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 2,400. Butcher Trend: Steady to 25C lower. No. 1-2: 200-225 : $35.75-$36.25 No. 2-4: 200-240 $35.00-135.75 240-270 ....$34.50-135.50 280-300 $33.50-$34.25 Sow Trend: 25-50c lower. 300-500 $31.25-$32.50 SPECIAL SAVt S2.00 — REO. KM LATEX WALL PAINT New $3.49 Oallen Good thru June I, 1973 SEED POTATOES RED it WHITE ONION SETS it PLANTS TRADING POST ISlS E. Main ter classes; Demand good. Slaughter «*«r« and heifers 2S-80C lower. ^VLAVG^rtn STtEllS AND HEIFERS: aom* Choice and Prim* 1180 lb. BtMrs 48.30; mixed Good and Choice 880-1000 lb. heifers 42.00-42.78. COWS AND fiULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 32.00-37.40; Canner and Cutter 2«.00-35.80; Utility and Commercial bulls 37.00-40.00. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices .50-1.00 per head higher. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 300-600 lb. 30.00-32.50. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 27.50-30.25; som« SO lb. 34.50; all sold by the head; some U.S. 1-3 165 lb. 37.00; sold by wefght; bred sows 182.50-210.00 per head. SHEEP: 8om« Choice and Prime 95 lb. Slaughter lambs 89.25; sOme Good rcplactrttent vnt* 16.00 per head. SPECIAL WHOLISALI A RtTAIL Bdiltd Carp 40c lb« Buffalo SOc lb. Smakad Fiih FISH IttWK MARKET OquAwka, III. VIOLA AUCTION REPORT April 25, 1973 (Day Sal* Only) Receipts Cailla Calves Hogs Sheep This Week O.T 12 148 fi!) Last Week 194 7 156 99 Last Year 138 13 177 202 CATTLE: Receipts mainly slatjgh- FARGO VINYL (ONCREIE PATCHING 10 Lb. & 40 Lb. GALE5BURG Builders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN STREET Phone 342-4155 EXCELLENT NORTH LOCATION NEW SANDLER4UILT BRICK and FRAME ^ 3 bedroonu. fully carpeted, full dry baicmentt large double attached . cerage. Large trees and nicely landscaped. $31,500 Ph. 343^907 or 3434>138 BEAT INFLATION EARN 9% 1 Year Certificate Notes | 1500.00 Minimum $25,000.00 Maximum For Information Write] to Post Office Box 379, Gaiesburg. FOR PUBLIC CONVENIENCE REGARDING INVESTMENT QUESTIONS WE WILL OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 6:30 P.M. -9 P.M. SATURDAYS 9 A.M. - NOON Blunt, Ellis and Simmons Incorporated Members of the New York Stock Exchange 204 Bondi Building Gaiosburg, III. 61401 Ph. (309) 342-5181 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 on Friday. Phone 342-4155 For Ready Mixed Concrete and All Related Materials. Effective Wed., May 2 CUR SERVICE and PARTS DEPARTMENTS WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY EVENINGS. PARTS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAYS TILL 12 NOON 2195 N. HENDERSON GALESBURG $ 100 REWARD For Informotion Leoding to the Arrest ond Conviction of PERSON or PERSONS Removing or Damaging SEASTEDT REALTY "FOR SALE" or "SOLD" SIGNS SEASTEDT REALTY Phone 343-6162 GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL BACKYARD SALES Gorage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and ail other sales of this type must be in our office by noon the day before od is to be published. DISPLAY ADV. Phone 343-7181 AUCTION SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1973 1 P.M. (DST) 1739 CLAY DRIVE Af we hflve sold onr home, Corbin's will sell the following merchandise. ANTIQU£S—10 Haviland plates; da.vbed;-48" round oak pedestal table; walnut lamp table; English ware; oak swivel desk chair; other misc. pieces. FVIINITUIIB— 2 Danish modern chairs; occasional chairs; maple step end tables; electric mantel clock; large chair; record player and stand; rocker; kneehole desk; paintings and pictures; 5 pc. maple bedroom suite, complete; set of maple bunk beds; maple chest of drawers; 4 drawer chest; bedding and linens; wood storage box; dinette set; 22 cubic ft. Side by Side Admiral Duplex refrigerator; 40" MS range with griddle In the middle, visual oven; pots, pans and dishes; window fan; kitchen cabinet; Ice chest; globe; house paint; small hand tools; lawn chairs; refrigerator supplies and tools; 28 ft. extension ladder; lots of lumber; squirell cage blower; Masonite; Lawn Boy mower; 15" tires and wheels; house paint; lavatory; wheel barrow; lots of misc. mdse., Including clothes MR. & MRS. JACK CUTES, Owner CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE a49 -90S3 COOK Mid WOODS, AuctlenMrs DELENE COOK, Clerk EXECUTORS PUBLIC SALE The undersigned executors o! the estate of James A. Huff will sell at auction, 10 mile East of Avon, or one half mile South and one and one half mile V/est of London Mills, on the Avon-London Mills road. Saturday, April 28 -- 1 P.M. MACHINERY — 1960 IHC B275 D Industrial type tractor with Freeman loader; John Deere No. 39, 3 Pt. mower, two years old; IHC No. 37, 12 ft. disk; John Deere 3 pt. rotary hoe; Ford 3 pt. blade; Ford 3 pt. rotary mower; IHC wagon with hoist; John Deere wagon wtih hoist; IHC No. 76 combine; Continental post hole digger; Field sprayer; Two wheel trailer; Bachtold weed mower; Old spreader; Milk cooler; Two unit Surge milker; Klien hog feeder, nearly new; Two gas tank heaters; Three steel water tanks; Two fence stretchers; Creep feeder; Six stall pull together hog house; Pickets; Some hand tools; Butchering kettle; Anvil; Lots of old Iron; Cross cut saw; Numerous other articles; 1962 Ford Fairlane, V-8 motor, automatic; 1954 Ford V-8, 4 speed, pickup truck. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND ANTIQUES — Westinghouse automatic washer; Westinghouse automatic dryer; Westinghouse electric stove; GE automatic defrost refrigerator; Two good Seigler oil heaters; Round dining table and chairs; Buffet; RCA TV; Kneehole desk; Davenport and chair; Rockers; Cabinet base; Porcelain top kitchen table; Kitchen cabinet; Metal wall cabinet; Two metal cabinets; Sunbeam mix master: Some kitchen utensils; Dishes; Silverware; Telephone stand; Beds; Chests of drawers; Window fan; Lamps; Folding picnic table; Lawn cart; Some bedding; Sleigh bells; Antique pie cupboard; Old Oak cupboard! Alladin lamp; Gasoline lamp; Gas iron; Kerosene lamps: Some old dishes; Set of Warwick china;. Clocks; Several 10 gal. milk cans; Sausage grinder; Lard paddle; Kerosene lantern; Old trunk; Pictures; Picture frames; 20 gal. stone jar; Pitcher pump; Ice tongs; Commodes; Meat saw; Stone jars; Top for Model T windshield; Model T running board; Soap stone foot warmer; Many other items. TERMS —CASH Not Responsible For Accidents LOWELL BUCK, Audlonaer JACK GORDON. Clerk CRISSEY, X08T and DOWNS, Attorneys HUBERT HUFF DORIS BELL Co-ExecUtors of the Estate of JAMES A. HUFF, Deceased Administrator's Sale OF PERSONAL PROPERTY SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1973 COMMENCING AT 1:00 P.M. Located hi the Northeast Comer of Kirkwood, III. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES — Electric dishwasher, Hotpoint refrigerator; Robert Shaw 30 inch gas range; food blender: Electrtflu.x sweeper; IHC IS cu. ft. chest freezer; electric floor waxer and polisher; Signature heavy duty 18 gas dryer, like new; Kenmore automatic washer; GE refrigerator; kitchen table and chairs; dining room suite complete with table. 6 chairs and buffet; Coronado console 23" color TV, like new; living room suite; coffee tables; table lamps: floor lamps; Signature zig-zag sewing machine, used short time; bookcase headboard bedroom suite single bed; 2 Jenny Lind style beds; book shelves; white double dresser: set of home made bunk beds; large toy chest; pans; dishes; glassware; piano and bench; Magnus chord organ; 120 base accordibn, beautiful. ANTIQUES — Wooden barrel type churn; glass churn; coffee or corn grinder; mantle clock; many other articles. TOOLS AND MISC. OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT — Lincoln 225 elec. arc welder, near new; electric sander; hydraulic jack; bicycles; 275 gal. oil storage tank on legs; steel frame picnic table; basket ball bank board on pipe; tent; lots of hand and mechanic tools; large cement lawn roller; life jackets;-bird feeder on pole; portable air compressor. CARS, BOATS V AND TRAOTORS — 1964 Cadillac Coupe De Ville blue convertible, good running order; 1964 Cadillac 2 Door Coupe DeVille, maroon convertible; 1962 Cadillac White 4 Door; 1961 Cadillac, Beige with camper built on; 1958 Cadillac 2 Door Coupe De Vilie, Black; 1960 Pontiac Station Wagon; wrecked Cadillac 2 door junk for parts; Volkswagen convertible, needs motor work; Wheel- horse yard tractor with mower, nfeds motor work; IHC B tractor, in running condition; Super Marathon Mercury outboard 50 H.P. motor with 2 gas tanks; 16" Runabout boat (wood hull) with 50 H.P. or more Mercury niotor; boat trailer for same; 40'xl2' pontoon boat with 12'xl5' cabin built on with all controls and truck running gear; many other articles too numerous to mention found in an Estate Sale of this type. TERMS — CASH Not Responiibla For Accidents Jomes C. Crongle, Administrator Of Th. Eitat. of James R. and Batty L. Wandling, (Deceased) Auctioneer*: EDWARD BURNS, Moninouth, Ph. 734-3350 WILLIAM PORTER, Monmouth, Ph, 734-7695 PUBLIC AUCTION OF Antique Cars, Model T Parts To be held in the Warehouse at 735 South 1st St. in Monmouth, III, on MAY 6, 1973 Starting Promptly at 1:00 p.m. the Following CARS 193.5 Piymoutl-i 2-door itdnn: 1927 Model T Ford sedan; 1919 Model T Touring Ford, in perffjc condition. TRACrOR 1935 or ir/.i6 Case tractor •unt-i i RADIATORS OakliRrt. Modf! T, Chfc.. ' • ; ladiator shrowd. MOTORS I'llj Mo'Jtl 1 tA<jvk, ail a.u(i.,iiUii.. with hug heads; 1917 Model T mo-.of wilh orsnd MM pMon., 2 Model T Tuagage carriers for running board; Modc-1 T irjtaki-i-., exhauit manifold; 30 Model T coiib; three cr^jtrry wood iletnnii v/heelt; 1915 cherry wood steering column; aluniinurf, hotyi, keat cur.hloris for Model T, in good condition; 15 Model T ur,ivefijal joirit*, 4 )itarttr)>; generators; carburetors; headi and ttijndici; 2 matthinii ijde li«htb: side light; 2 ignition swiU-htfc for and 1W2 Mod<rJ T'», 2 coil boxes; misc. tail lights: 2 Model T !:i>lder»; 14 in. and l.'s In, '.ttermg wheelb; 3 misc. bloclis; rear c-nds; bn:*. ti'ii»Ujr stvi:tii^jrlt:r.: 4 ihHkhit: 8 Model T chassis; I'JH radiat'jr tan/; all Yji.m X'Mfi tAo'iti 'V mot/jr; 5 gasoline tanlis, round awi uviil f'ji SA'yicl 't: 2 /r-etal /ire v/alli for 1923, 24 and 25 Mod<rl T-. The abovi- i/atu. r.a/e r.ot ,-<«:</. ;";>',/' '1 Tlii', 1( only a partial i;--.*jnif. at tr.efr a/s hyf.''r*:'i. 'J I V.I!:;IJ- (yjrt , lie v/ith u^, on sale 'iay hji M.i: Li(.u...ji ot<;/o/tun;'/ ;/''' <iot di.'i.'iapoinled. TSflMS CA!JH DON R. ALfXANDER, Owner WM. CONTefif «04 tiJ a'JHM'a. Aucttonser* 2it W. riII»T Ave-, MOMKOUTH, ILL., 734-7287 SPORTSWEAR • DRiSSES (Ir.r lli|«l«r ttlHi X4«fi* tItM) Jewelry • Purses Sleepwtdr MITCHELLS' Rt. 34 — On«irftt, III. » A.M. • 5:30 P.M. -> MON.^SAT. FREE PARKINO LOT Lincoln Components 205 S. Main St. — Abingdon, III. Phone 462-2996 and 462-3668 Corodco Windows Most Sim In Stock Rhitin 40 GoL Got Hot Water Heoter '65.00 Americon Stondord Fibergloi 1 Pc. Bothtubs n50.00 Coleman Central Air Air Conditioners Vi" and Vi" Plywood ond pre-cut studs HOUSEHOLD AUQION Furniture, Antiques, Miscellaneous The foUow .'Dgf personal property will be sold .it residence located at 208 South Pine St., Gaiesburg, III., Vk bloclis South of Giant Food Store on East Main St., on SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1973 At 12 O'CLOCK Coldspot combination 2 door refrigerator & freezer; Magic Chef gas range; Sears console TV; Table model radio; Dining room set, table with extra leaves & 6 chairs, & buffet; Oal< dropleaf table & 4 chairs; Small porcelain top table; Utility table; Single door utility cabinet; Card table; Several small stands; Davenport & 2 chairs; Occasional chair; Other chairs; Studio couch; Metal bed, with spring & mattress; Wood bed with spring & mattress; Approx. 9x12 wool rug; Throw rugs; Braided rugs; Foot stool; What not shelf; Electric floor, table & other lamps; Large door mirror; Other mirrors; Elect, cloclcs; Alarm clocic; Small electric appliances; Folding baclt rest; Porch glider; Step ladders; Hand lawn mower; Bedding; Dishes & pans; Small hand & garden tools. ANTIQUE & COLLECTOR ITEMS Good Tiffany table lamp & shade: Walnut dropleaf table; Old commode; Small dropfront desk with filing holes; China cabinet with glass door; Ant. dressers & chests of drawers; Stand table; Old trunlc; Old light fixture; Pictures & frames; Singer treadle sewing machine; Writing deslc with fold over top; Old smoking stand; Old Philco console radio; Ingraham mantle clock; Wall mirror; Flower stand; Feather tick; Wood rocker; Ant. wall mirror; 2 Kerosene lamps; Small German China jewel box; Buffet bowl & candle holder set: Rosevilie Pottery cookie jar; Old Stone jugs, jars, crocks; Several what-not Items; Old metal boxes; Buttons; Copper boiler; Old 1857 Best & Brussell Co's cigar box. Old Brown News Depot cigar box; Old elect. Iron; Razor stropper; Old kitchen utensils; Pottery pitcher & mugs; Matching set of glass Butterfly pattern including pitcher, 6 glasses, 6 sherbet dishes & berry bowl; 1 other Ant. glass pitcher & 5 glasses; Other pitchers; Large glass vase; Greenwood China platter; Other platters; German & Bavarian plates & saucers; Depression glass items; Set of 9 blue berry dishes; Relish dishes; Some red dishes; China cups & saucers; Sugar & cream sets; Bowls; Set of 8 glass salters; Cake stands; German set of creamer, sugar & toothpick holder; Bavarian mustard jar; 7 Etched tumblers; Vinegar cruet; Tray & butter dish; Souvenir spoon; Ant. glass dresser, perfume — powder holder; Celluloid mirror, comb, & powder box dresser set. Other items too numerous to mention. TERMS :CASH. No property to b« temovad until paid for. Not Reiponiible for Accidanii BERNADINE L. CUNNINGHAM AGENT FOR JENNIE MURPHY, OWNER NEIL RITENHOUSE. Attoriwy Wainbarg Arcada, Galaaburg, 111. — Ph. 343-7517 CARL STECX, Auciienear—Maquon, III. Ph. 175-3576 LAWRENCE COOK, Clark CARLINE JOHNSON, Caahiar PUBLIC AUCTION Carpenter Tools, Other Tools, Miscellaneous Due to the death of my husband, I will sell the following Personal Property at residence located West of Fire Station in Henderson, 111.; 3 miles North of Gaiesburg on Seminary Road. Saturday, April 28, 1973 At 12 O'CLOCK Craftsman in. electric drill; Craftsman 8 in. power saw; Shopmate sabre saw & case; Craftsman elect, sander; Shopmate vibrating sander; Craftsman tilting level transit & tripod, Ikie new; Craftsman miter box; Craftsman horse grinder; 36 ft; aluminum ext. ladder; 36 ft. wood ext. ladder; other ladaers; step ladders; 2 sets of ladder jacks; 20 roofing brackets; 3 siding jacks; 12 scaffle jacks; shingle stapler for copper bound shingles; double side tool box for pickup truck; 2 cable clamps; power pull; small locking cable winch; cable cutter; Sears 7fi,000 B.T.U. space heater; Several heavy duty drop cords; dye threader set up to ^4 in.; pipe tube c^utting & flanging set; 100 ft. Lufkin steel tape; some galv. pipe fittings; air compressor; bench vise; small oil heater; elect, tank heater; 3 gal. hand sprayer; grinder & motor; several ropes; Plummers pot; large screw jack; large rachet jack; other jacks; basement floor jack; gas torch; several hand saws; levels; planes; squares; files; axes; hammers; malls: bars; clamps; screwdrivers; nails; chisels; pipe vise; pipe wrenches; pipe cutter; 3 socket wrench sets; crescent wrenches; vise grips; box end & open end wrenches; bolt cutters; brace & bits; breast drill; several drill bits; set of mason drill bits; set of easy outs; set of metal markers; plastering trowels; 4x8 peg board; large fan on stand; elect, motor; chalk lines; 7 post anchors; bottle gas tank; rope block & tackle; service station bell; meter base & switch box; some scrap iron; 8x14 3 stall hog shed; other small tools & misc. items. ItSt Evinruda SO H.P. outboard motor, in good condition. ANTIQUES, COLLECTOR & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Ant. china closet with curved glass front, mirror on top, and paw feet with castors in very good condition; ant. walnut base cupboard; walnut lumber; 22 walnut door?; screens; 6 oak dining chairs; Maple single bed; occasional arm chair; maple magazine rack; Hoover upright sweeper & attachments; foot stool; bathroom scales; flower stand; sun lamp; Dormeyer deep fryer; 2 iron skillets; 8 gal. stone jar; dishes & pans; Ant. wood storage chest; old shingling hatchet; old draw knife; buzz saw blade; wood keg; 2 horse single trees; old buck saw; Row-ho post hole auger; silage fork; ice tongs; grinding stone; old wood pump spout; old wood vise; blacksmith anvil; horse shoeing rasp, knife, hammer & nails; butchering gambles; old hay knife; good horse hide robe; other items. SET Of SINGLE RACING HARNESS Stable Sheet & Cooling Blanket. AUCTIONEER 'S NOTE: This is a laige sale with a variety of many items in very good condition. TERMS — CASH No Piopaity To Ba Removed Until Paid For Not Refpousible for Accidents—Lunch by Hendexion Fireman Aux. VIRGINIA K. SMITH, Owner Auctioneer: CARL STECK, Maquon, 111., Ph. 87S-3S7S Clerk: LAWRENCE COOK Cashier: CARLINE JOHNSON FARMALL Hydreitate F«» Hitch as • • • 576 Hours IHC PLOW and DISC 995-3828 Lo Foyette FURNITURE AUaiON The household effects of the late Gerda Zuck, West Wash* ington St., Avon, til. Safurdoy Morning, April 28 9:30 A.M. Admiral IB ft. frcez«r wfrfiewtorj OE electric itove; RCA^Sl Inch TV; Two davenporto and chairs! Two bedroom miiteaj Kitchen table with four chairs; 11x19 green rug; Three AxW j™i?L'**?..1?f ^ Antique chest of drawers; Two electric mixers: Eleetrie. akiUtt; MobOe Cart; rolding.step stool. Two end tables; Two window fans; Card tables; Folding chairs; Electrolux tank type sweeper' and at- tachmenU; / Hoover upright sweeper and attachments; Lamps; Mirrors; Two arm chairs; Lawn furniture; Porch swing; Oil conversion burner with controls; Shallow well pump and pressure tank; Clothes rack; Flower stands; Two mowers; Garden tools; Extension ladder; Step ladder; Garden cart; Steel tote cart; Garden hose; Drapes and curtains; Quilts; Blankets; Linens; Electric irons; Kitchen utensils; Dishes; Throw rugs; Two snow tires, 7:79x14; Many other articles too numerous to list. TWO CAR GARAGE AND BOARD FENCE TO BE REMOVED BERWYN G. ZUCK TERMS - CASH LOWELL BUCK, Auctioneer Mot Responsible For Acddenii JACK GOROON, Clerk PUBLIC SALE •Located West of Grade School Building on Route l[80 In Wiiiiamsfield, 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 glol>e; 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 bottles; 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 hante 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 glass, 1 blue swirl, 1 from 1933 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; glas.s lid for a butter dish; 6 l>erry dishes; gold rim relish dish; 9 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 Kelvlnator refrigerator; Kelvinator elec. stove; Electro 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 Prlcilia 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. Edno Stewert ond Neighbors, Owners Auctioneer: JIM FOLCER, Wiiiiamsfield, 111. — Phone S7I-2373 Clerks: LESTER and IRENE JOHNSON TERMS — CASH Not Responsible For Accidents PUBLIC SALE Due to the death of my hsubahd I will sell the following at my acreage located 10 miles North of Gaiesburg, Riinois on Route 150 to Ontario blacktop then miles East or 5 miles West of Oneida, Illinois on Ontario blacktop on SATURDAY, APRIL 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. 290, 2 row corn planter — 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) — Unlco 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 houge — 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 wilh 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 sink (fits a 1 ton ^'^"'^''^QQj^g CONDITIONERS AND MISC. Good Craftsman ^X' drive socket set — Craftsman radial arm saw (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 ton rachet jack — good hyd. bumper jack — 2 good jacks with small cable winches — good Black and Decker air impact wrench — air sander — elec sanders — 2 Vi" elec. drills — bench vice — large metal cupboard — filling station paper towel dispenser — good wheel barrow — lawn roller — wood extension ladder — log chams — good hand tools — good Remington 20,000 B.T.U. air conditioner — Sears 15,000 B.T .u" air conditioner — small Amana air conditioner (almost new) — 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 titlos rptnrnino fr^v., will be just a short while contact the auctioneer. iry gooa condition. The 3 above vehicles tiUes return ng from Springfield which after the sale. For furiher information MRS. MAXINE HILLYER: Owner Auctioneer — JIM FOLGER — WimaouJleld, m, pj,. 879-2J73 Clerks — LESTER and IRENE JOHNSON Terms: Cash Not R«.pon»ible for Accidsats Lunch Served on Ground.s Read the Want Ads

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