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Market Reports Today New iwk Stotki NEW YORK (UP!) - stock market mid-day prices: Admiral 1714 Int T&T 49V4 Aldens 25V* Iowa P&L —— Allegh Lud 37>/< Johns-Man 47 Alld Chem WA Kennecott 72% A !ld Strs WA Kroger 29% Allis Chat 18% Lib McN 14% Alum Ltd 24% Lockbtf 49% Alcoa Mar Oil 54% Am Air 26% Maytag 35% ABC Pmt 29 Min Hnywl 105% Am Can 45 Minn Min 69V4 Am Cyan 58% Monsanto 51Vn Am M&F 19 Mont Ward 37% Am Mtrs 18 '/4 Morrell 24'^ Am T&T 120% Nat Bis 51% Am Tob WM Nat Can 15%, Anaconda 47 Nat Dairy WM Armour 41-y* Nat Gyps 44% Atchison 28 '/4 Nat Ld 74 Ve Avco Wk NYC 20% Bendix 51 No Amn 56 Beth Stl 29% Nor Pac 47% Boeing 33 ' Nor St Pwr 3(5% Borden 62% Olin Math 40% Borg War 43% Otitbd M 12 Case m Pac Tel 3114 Catplr 43% Penney 40y B Celanese 49% Pcnn RR 18% Cent Soya 28 Pepsi Cola 53% C&NW 26% Phil Pet 51% Chi RI 25% Piper Air 28% Chrysler 58% Pure Oil 44'/ 2 Cities Svc 70% Qua Oats 64% Coca Cola 95% RCA 69% Colum Gas 29 Rep Stl 36% Comm Ed 49 Revlon Cons Ed 86% Rexall 38 ft Cont Can' 45 Rcyn Tob 37% Cont Oil 59% Safeway 58 Deere 61% Schenloy 21% Diana 10 Scars 88% Douglas 22% Shell Oil 43% Dow Chem 59% Simmons 42% Du Pont 237 Sinclair 46 'A Eastman 109% El Auto Li 25% Erie '3% Firestone 32% Flintkt 20% Ford Mtrs 51% Friden 39% Fruehauf 28% Gen Dyna 25% Gen El 78% Gen Fds 81% Gen Mtrs 71% Gen Tel 25% Goodrich 48% Goodyear 34% Grant WT 23% Gt Nor 51% So Pac 34% Sperry 15 ft Sq D 46% Std Bds 71 SO Cal 66% SO Ind 61% SO NJ 70% SO Ohio 65% Stude 6% Swift 40% Texaco 72% Texas Inst 76% Un Carb 105% Un El 27% Un Pac 39% Unt Air L 38% Utd Corp 8% Greyhound 39% Utd Fruit 25 'A Gulf Oil 48ft Uld Gas 38% Homestake 50% Hupp 6% 111 Cent 51 'A 111 Pwr 39'^ Inland Stl 41 IBM 445 Int Harv 54% Int Nick 57% Int Paper 28% US Gyps 85% US Play C 25% US Rub 45'A US Stl 47 West Un 27% Wstghs Ab 30% Wstghs El 34% Woolworth 68'A Yng S&T 104 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in moderately active trading. Bonds mixed. U.S. government bonds firm in quiet trading. American stocks irregularly higher. Midwest stocks higher. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans mixed. Hogs 25 to 50 lower, top 19 .25; cattle lightweight and low grades strong to 50 higher, heavier and higher grades about steady, top 25.50; sheep about steady, top 21.00; dressed beef steady, lop 43.50; dressed pork loins 1.00 lower, Lop 49.00. First enclosed baseball park was built in 1862 at Brooklyn, N. Y., and called Union Grounds. Garage Sale 525 MONROE ST. Thun., Aug. 1 — 8 'ill ? All kinds ai good clothing, spreads, drapes, It misc. BACKYARD SALE 800 LOCUST ST. Thuri, k Fri., Aug. 1 It 2 9 a.m. to ? Lois of 10c items. Men, Women and Children Clothing. Small Electric Stove. APPLES Transparent apples, final cleanup this week $150 bu. About 30 bu. left to pick now. Red Dutchess apples $2.00 bu. this week while they last. BRING CONTAINERS Gillette Fruit Farm Avon, Illinois Route 41 — Vi mile South of St. Augustine Odleibure Hog Market Ottlcshurg Order Buyers C. It. & Q. Stockyards Market steady to 25 cents lower. Bulk of best eastern shipping hogs, $I8.10-$18.35. Top, $18.60. Quotations: 200-230 $17.85-$18.60 . 230-250 $17.60-$18.50 250-300 $16.75-$18.10 Sows: 300-500 $l3.25-$ie.00 Bushnell Livestock Market is weak. Top $18.50; bulk 190-200 pounds, $18-$18.35; sows .25-50 .cents lower, bulking nt $13.50-$16.50; cattle strong; lambs, steady. Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts' for Thursday are 800 cattle, 5,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP) - (USDA) — Hogs 2,300; 1-2 190-230 lb butchers 18.59-18.75; about 190 head 1-2 195-220 lbs 18.75; mixed 1-3 180260 lbs 18.00-18.50; 1-3 270-370 lb sows 15.50-17.00. Cattle 275; choice 900-1,200 lb slaughter steers 24.00-24.75; mixed good and choice 900-1,100 lbs 23.0024.00; choice 800-050 lb slaughter heifers 22.75-23.50; mixed good and choice 800-1,000 lbs 21.7522.75; Calves 11; choice vealers 25.00-26.00. Sheep 550; choice 80-110 lb spring Iambs 19.00-20.00; utility and good shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.00. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA )— Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal:) Receipts 16,000; 1-3 190-230 lb butchers 17.75-18.50; 1-2 190-230 lbs 18.5019.00; around 138 head 210-225 lbs 19.25; 1-3 230-250 lbs 17.50-18.25; 2-3 250-270 lbs 17.00-17.50; 1-3 280350 lb sows 15.25-16.25, few 15.50; 1-3 350-400 lbs 14.25-15.25; 2-3 400500 lbs 13.25-14.25 ; 2-3 500-600 lbs 12.25-13.25. Chicago livestock CHICAGO (UED—Livestock: Hogs 4,500; 2 r j to 50 lower; No 1-2 200-225 lb 19.00-19.25; 150 head at 19.25; mixed No 1-2 190-260 lb 18.50-19.00; No 2-3 240 - 290 . lb 18.25-18.50; load around 275 lb 18.25. Cattle 8,00i), no calves; slaughter steers 1250 lb and down grading choice and below moderate strong to 50 higher, over 1250 lb high choice and prime steer about steady; heifers 25 to 50 higher; mixed high choice and prime 1050 - 1350 lb slaughter steers 25.00-25.50; 20 loads at 25.50; choice 900-1250 lb 24.5025.25; high choice and prime 1400-1450 lb 24.25 - 24.75; choice 1250-1400 lb 23.50-24.75; good 9001250 lb 22.50 - 24.00; load high choice and prime- 1030 lb slaughter heifers 25.25; load high choice and prime 916 lb 25.00; choice flOO-HOO lb 23.75-24.75; mostly good 22.00-23.25. Sheep 300; small supply spring slaughter lambs about steady but hardly enough for market test; fed lots choice and prime spring slaughter lambs 20.50-21.00; good and choice 80-100 lb 18.50-20.50. Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (AP)— Prev. High Low Close close Wheat: High Low Sep 1.79V4 1.78% 1.79 1.78% Dec 1.85% 1.84'A 1.84% 1.84to Mar 1.88 1.87 1.87% 1.87% May 1.82 1.81 1.8lto 1.81% July 1.56% 1.54% 1.54% 1.54to 1964 Sep 1 .57% l.S6'/a 1 .56% 1 .56% Corn Sep 1.21% 1.20'/ 2 1 .20% 1 .22 Dec 1.13% 1.121/z 1.12% 1.13% Mar 1.18% 1.15% 1.15% 1.16% May 1.18 to 1.17% 1.17% 1.18% Oats Dec 66% 66% 66% 66% Mar 68% 68 to 68% 68% May 68 to 68 68 68% Rye Sep 1.25% 1.251/4 .1.25% 1.25% Dec 1.28% 1 .28% 1.28% 1.28to Mar 1.31% l.SOto 1.31% 1 .30% May 1.30to 1.29% 1.30to 1.29% Soybeans Aug 2.63 2.60Vi 2.60% 2.63% Sep 2.60% 2.58% '2.58% 2.60% Nov 2.58to 2.56% 2.56% 2.59% Jan 2.62 2.60 to 2.60% 2.62% Mar 2.6414 2.63 2.63to 2.64% May 2.66% 2.65 J /s 2.65% 2.67 Chicago Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 red 1.82; No 2 red (tough) 1.79%; No 3 red 1.81; No 1 yellow hard (tough) 1.93%; No 2 mixed 1.92%. Corn No 1 yellow 1.30; No 2 yellow 1.30. Oats No 1 extra heavy white 67%-68; No 2 extra heavy white 68; No 1 heavy white 67%; No 1 extra heavy mixed 67%; No 2 extra heavy mixed 67%. No soybean sales. Soybean oil 8%n. Garage Sale Thurs., Aug. 1 - 8 a.m. til ? 767 LOCUST 2 Bicycle*, clolhlng and mlic. articles. Backyard Sale 905 E. SOUTH ST. THURS., AUG. 1 - 9 'til 4 All sizes clothing and misc. Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP)-Corn and soybean futures extended their downward trend today as steady selling pressure continued on the Board of Trade. Other grains showed little change generally although wheat was firm at times. Loss in soybeans again ran to two cents or more most of the time while September corn slipped about a cent. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 91 cars, corn 56, oats 58, rye none, barley 43, soybeans 8. Wheat was unchanged to % cent a bushel higher at the close, September $1.79to-79; corn %-l% lower, September $t.20%-%; oats % lower to to higher, September 63% cents; rye unchanged to % higher, September $1.25%, soyb- bcans l%-2% lower, August $2.60%-%. Galesburg Grain Market Consumers Grain & Supply Co. 12:35 P. M. Corn (old) $1.18 Corn (new) $1.01% Oats 59c Soybeans (old) $2.44 Soybeans (new) $2.39 DcForcst Feed & Seed Co. Wheat $1.81 Corn $1.17 Oats 59c Soybeans $2.45 Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP ).— Selling pressure was moderate but fairly general in the grain futures market today and prices were mostly lower. Losses in soybeans ran to about 2 cents a bushel and the grains eased small fractions after a little scattered support at the opening. Brokers said favorable crop news again was a bearish influence in corn and soybeans and that speculators were cautious about more than moderate commitments on the long side of trade elsewhere. Wheat was % cent a bushel higher to VB lower, September $1.78%; corn VB to % lower, September $1.21%; oats unchanged to Vs higher, September 64% cents; rye % lower to % higher, September $1.25%; soybeans % to 1% lower, August $2.62%. Eggs and Poultry Red Rowe, Hatchery Knoxville Road, Galesburg Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7c READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! FOR SALE Our 3 bedroom homo at 756 Maple Ave. Large rooms, lovely convenient built-in kitchen. Full brick basement, ideal ior recreation room. Double garage. Large Lot. 1 block to Jr. High and Grade Schools. 517,900. May be seen anytime. 343-2572. Backyard Sale 596 JEFFERSON THURS., AUG. 1 - 8 til ? Clothing and misc. lOMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 6-2103 Gilson, 111. Galesburg, 111. — 342-6234 BACKYARD SALE 139 PINE ST. Thursday, August 1 Sale Starts 9 a.m. Rain Date Friday Clothing, Ironer, etc. STUMP CUTTING May cost less than you think to get rid oi that unsightly stump. Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-0816 BEFORE SPRING DECORATING! Let us clean your cold-air and warm-air ducts and registers, as well as your oil, coal or gas-fired furnace! Truck powered vacuum cleaner. Wilkinson Oil & Heating Co. DIAL 342.1214 GOT TERMITES? PHONE 342-5315 GI r A me TERMITE INSPECTION *., NO OBLIGATION! ARWELl-a highly respected name throughout the Midwest since 1932. ONLY ARYVEIL OFFERS LIFETIME PROTECTION . . . PLUS A $10,000 TERMITE DAMAGE GUARANTEE! Also Services for Control of , , , Rats and Mice, Roaches, Waterbugs, Moths and Silverfish, Bedbugs, Flies and Ants, Spiders, Bees, Wasps, Hornets, Crickets, Grain Insects, All Pests and Vermin. Experienced, thoroughly trained servicemen. Free estimate -reasonable rates -Prompt, efficient service. [AtURWtlLMIX AREBONPFD-IHSUHiD-lOCAlHtSIDENTSJ Agency Cites Broiler-Type Flock Buildup WASHINGTON (UPI)-Thc Agriculture Department sairl today a significant buildup is under way in the poultry flocks that supply the nation's broiler hatching eggs. These eggs eventually hatch into broiler-type chicks. If the buildup continues, the department said in a review of the poultry and egg situation, the result may he an expansion in broiler production accompanied by depressed prices late this year and early next year. This would mean a continuation of low-priced poultry meat in ample supply for the consumer, but reduced income for the chicken farmer. Many of the remaining small poultry growers would be forced out of business. Increasing 10 Per Gent The department said that because of the great number of pullet chicks added to the hatchery supply flocks in recent months, indications are that the number of layers in these flocks by November will be 10 per cent greater than a year earlier. Economists believe that the buildup in hatchery supply flocks will make it extremely difficult for the poultry industry to reduce output when prices become unfavorable. This is because these flocks, once a cyclical upswing or production is underway, continue to expand for several months after broiler prices turn downward. It takes time to begin a downward adjustment, and the number of new layers added to these flocks continues to increase because of pullet chick placements already made. Galesburg Reqistef-Moil, Galesbufg, III. Wed., July 3h 1963 27 Wall Street NEW YORK (AP)—Stock market prices strengthened late this afternoon In active trading. Volume was estimated at 4 million shares, compared with 3.52 million Tuesday. The market opened strongly with 1.2 million shares being traded in the first hour and then suffered a mild sinking spell at mid-day. Brokers described the four-day rebound as technical but said it could be considered a traditional summer rally although it might be brief. Profit-taking ate into some of the large gains of Tuesday. Motors, rubbers, aircrafts, utilities, chemicals, rails, airlines, tobaccos and building materials advanced. The averages were bolstered by a 4% gain by Du Pont. U.S. Steel advanced a minor fraction, as did other steels. Chrysler dropped a point. Other motors were off fractionally. Xerox lost 7 points. IBM was up better than 2 points and Control Data added 3. U.S. Smelting and American Viscose dropped more than a point. American Stock Exchange prices were mixed. Corporate and U.S. government bonds were mixed. Starters in the Kentucky Derby have carried the racing silks of 571 different owners. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK fUPD— Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT slock averages: 30 indus 699.42 up 3.00 20 rails 167.88 up 0.67 15 utils J 40.16 up 0.04 65 stocks 251.06 up 0.87 READ THE WANT ADS! ONLY 1 MORE DAY TO FILE YOUR OBJECTION WITH THE BOARD OF REVIEW. Knox County Farm Bureau Board of Directors MIXED HAY WANTED Call or tee—Bill Bowen, care Wertheimer Cattle Co.. Inc.— CBfcO STOCKYARDS Galesburg, 111—Tel. 343-5612 FOR SALE Wood and steel TRUCK BED 71/2 it- wide by 8 ft. long. Will fit % or ton truck. COREL'S WELDING SHOP 247 S. Chambers St. Ph. 343-3018 ROYO-ROOTER FOR CLOGGED SEWERS. A DRAINS 53« Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342-6430 FOR RENT NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDING ALL MODERN 18x36 - Gas Heat 122 S. WHITESBORO PHONE 343-4402 FEED ABINGDON 32% SOW and GILT A Supplement designed to provide a variety of Proteins and an excess of Vitamins and Minerals during that critical gestation and lactation period. Abingdon Milling Co. Phone 89 Collect Per Annum * Payable Semi-Annually Investments by the 15th Earn from the First with Insured Safety /ffec/M/y /CS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 250 EAST MAIN ST. MILEAGE MONEY! That extra baby crib/ or any other useful but no longer needed item wil help provide extra cash for your vacation when you sell it with a Register-Mail Want Ad today. Call 342-5161. Transportation DetMirtures Effective April Z* ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIM* Burlington, EMtnound 8 Fast Mali .—. 3-09 a. 30 AkSarBen -.»**..,.5:55 a. 10 Denver Zephyt i --7:52 a. 2 Local .-^-8:50 a. 18 California Zephyr —-12:31 p. 12 Nebraska Zephyr —7:05 p. Burlington Wastbourtd 3 to Omaha, Lincoln —1:48 a. m 65 to Kansas City -^--1:55 a. ~ 7 to Denver . ——.3:55 a. 35 to Kansas City .——3:00 p. 11 to Omaha, Lineolfl .—.3:10 p. 17 to California 6:32 p 1 to Denver 8:22 o, Santa Pa, Eastbound 20 Chlei - «... 4:40 «. m 16 Texas Chief -*~6:40 a. m 18 Super Chief- El Capltan* 11:10 a 2 S.h ChiA* . . 11:45 a, 124 Grand Canyon ——2:20 p. m 12 Chicaj. an 5:90 p. m Santa F#, Wattbound 9 K. C. Chief 2:35 19 Chief 12:55 J23 Grand Canyon -.—3:20 1 S.F Chief 7:05 1! Texas Chief ——..6:55 17 Super Chief- El Capltan* —.10:25 •—Flagstop Ozark, Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* 8:53 a 64 to Chicago* .4:45 p. Ozark, Southbound 141 to St. Lo Is •• 12:26 •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast _________ 6:55 a To West Coast „„•„,,.. - 1 'an p, lo West Coast ...9:45 p Eaitbound To East Coast ...12:01 p To East Coast 8<J0 p. m Southbound To St. Louis __10:00 a. Northbound To Davenport ..9:20 p To Peo 'a 1:15 p To Peoria 8:25 D. m m m m m m m m Chitoft PrtfJittt CHICAGO .(UPD-Pwduce! Live poultry barred rack fryers 21; special fed White Rofck fryers 18^-20; roasters 2445. Cheese processed loaf 39 * 44; brick 39-43V4; .Swiss Grade A SO- 55; B 49-53. Butter steady; 93 score 92 score 57 3 /4; 90 score 56%; 89 score 55 Vt. Eggs barely steady; whlti large extras 32'/2; mixed large extras 32V2; mediums 29; standards 29'/ 2 . p. m p. m m m m m m READ THE WANT ADS! POODLES Small Black Poodla Pupplat. A.K.C. Registered. Reasonable. Call 342-3518 — no Miller Ave. East Galesburg BILL CORB1N. Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must be In our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Galesburg Register-Mail Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Livestock Sales Company E. Fremont Road Regular Weekly Auction Starting at 9:30 A.M. on Fat Cattle 12:30 P.M. on Hogs and Stock Cattle ADVANCED LISTINGS FOR AUGUST 2 32 Hereford steers, wt. 425 lbs. 40 Angus steers, wt. 450 lbs. 40 Hereford steers, wt. 450 lbs. 23 Angus heifers, wt. 500 lbs. 31 Native Angus steers, 775 lbs. 23 Choice Hereford steers, wt. 700 lbs. 50 Hamp shoats, wt. 80 lbs. Will Have More Friday Lindscy Bros, and Lowell Buck, Auctioneers Galesburg Livestock Sales Company E. Fremont Road Phone 342-1416 NITE FURNITURE AUCTION CORBINS FURNITURE STORE - 565 N. WEST ST. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 - 7:00 P.M. As I have sold my home and moving in with my daughter, I will sell my 4 rooms of furniture as follows: 2 pc. grey frieze living room suite, antique walnut cane rocker, rose frieze sleepy hollow type rocker, rock maple magazine table, rock maple fly leaf table, rock maple coffee table, 24" Motorola console TV set, hassock, matching pair of swing arm bridge and floor lamp, 8 pc. oak dining room suite consisting of buffett, 48" round table and 6 chairs, china cabinet with glass front and sides, 4 pc. walnut bedroom suite complete with spring and mattress, 4 drawer walnut chest, cedar chest, 3 fiber porch rugs, 5 pc. natural oak dinette set with ladder back chairs, chrome step stool, white table top gas stove, 30" deluxe cabinet base, Deluxe square aluminum tub Maytag washer like new, electric clock, ladders, portable oil heater, dishes, pots, pans, 3 like new aluminum lawn chairs, TV snack trays, other misc. merchandise. Owner-A. H. WELLS Corbim Auction Service — Kent and Cook, Auctioneer!. Frederick Erickson — Clerk. We will sell 3 other lots of furniture consisting of 2 good living room suites, 30x30 plateglass mirror, leather covered davenport, Prov. style davenport, 2 sets of book shelves, maple desk and chair, brass floor lamp, Kenmore sweeper and attachments, blonde comer table, Round Bobbin sewing machine, Remington air conditioner, 2 automatic washers, Eazy spin dry washer, Norge electric dryer, outboard motor, work bench, vise, motor with grinder, pr. oars, 16' ladder, tree trimmer, Rotary power mower, hand mower, ice cream freezer, small hand truck, chain saw, shovels, paint spray outfit, adjustable window cornice and other items too numerous to mention. Including a Smith-Corona portable typewriter and some antique dishes. Auctioneers Comment: This is a very clean lot of merchandise. If you need furniture don't fail to attend this auction. NIGHT SALE REAL ESTATE AND FURNITURE At the residence in Woodhull, Illinois, on SATURDAY, AUG. 3, 1963 Sale of Furniture at 6:00 P.M., Sale of Real Estate Between 7:30 and 8:00 P.M. 10-ROOM RESIDENCE AND INCOME PROPERTY Has two bathrooms; steam heat with .stoker; single garage attached to house; full basement; five-room apartment upstairs, fully equipped: well located on corner lot; house in good condition and has 10x20 workshop. Open for inspection at any time. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The North 100 feet of a tract originally described as follows: "Two Hundred Nine and One-half (2U0',i>) Feet by One Hundred Eighty One (181) Feet, Northwest corner, Out Lot One (1) Bigelow & Hough's Second Addition to Woodhull," and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner of Out Lot One (1) in Bigelow & Hough's Second Addition to Woodhull as shown by plat recorded in the Recorder's Office of Henry County, Illinois, in Book 159, page 602, thence running South along the West line of said Out Lot 100 feet, thence East 181 feet to the East line of said lot, thence North along said East line of said lot 100 feet to the Northeast corner of said Out Lot, thence West along the North line of said Out Lot 181 feet to the place of beginning. TERMS: $1,000.00 Down Payment by Successful Bidder on Day Of Sale, Cash in Hand Paid and Balance On or Before 30 Days at which Time Warranty Deed will be given. Immediate Possession may be given on this Properly. FURNITURE General Electric Refrigerator. Frigidaiie Electric Apartment Size Stove. Kitchen Table with 4 Chairs. 17-Inch RCA Victor TV Set. TWO Radios. Drop-Leaf Dining Room Table with 6 Chairs. Davenport and, Chair. Platform Chair. Rocker. Two Sewing Rockers in Good Condition. Two Antique Buffet Che&ts, One in Excellent Condition. Cedar Chest. Four-Piece Matched Bedroom Set. Writing Desk. Bed. Round Lamp Table. Two Floor Lamps. 12x15 and 9x12 Matcned Rugs, Brown Leaf Pattern. Antique Corner What-Not Stand in Good Condition. Complete Set of Wall Papering Tools Good Rotary Power Mower. 12-Ft. Ladder. Step Ladder. Cot. Antique Swedish Vase. Extensive Collection of What-Not Items. White Milk Glass Hen Set. Some Hand Painted Items. Dishes. Pots, Pans, Rugs, Pictures and Also An Almoji Complete Set of Homer Lauglilm Dishes. Mixinaster and Many Othff Small Items. Some Carpenter Tools Will Be Sold TERMS: CASH ON PERSONAL PROPERTY. No Lunch on QrQUI )4f, . FRED SAMUEISON, Owner Rolland Lind»«y and Robert Lindssy, Auctioneer!, Dale Nelson and Dale Johnson, Clerkt. Not Responsible Fox Accidents. s

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