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3Q_GglesburQ Register-Moil, Goiesbufg, III. Thursday, June 7, 1973 Market Reports Today SALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: fully 50c higher. No. 1-2: 200-230 $37.50-$37.75 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 $3?.25-$37.50 No. 1-3: 230-260 $36.25-$37.25 No. 2-3: 260-300 $34.50-$36.25 Packing Sows: $31.25-$32.75 OARAGE SALE 184 Gatfleld Ave. THUHS. 4-8—FRI. all day SAT. 8-12 Old records, books, some clothes, nic nacs, canning ,1ars, green half gallons, encyclopedia Brt- tannlca and yearbooks, tires H- 55-15. A little bit of everything. Come and browse. GARAGE SALE 1126 N. CHERRY FHL, June 8—9 - 5 Coins, adult & baby clothes, dishes, tools, 1 yr. crib, Insulators, fruit jars, lots of misc. items. Absolutely nothing sold before 9 A.M. GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE 445 N. CEDAR ST. FRI., June 8—10 a.m. - ? Baby clothes, baby furniture, lamps, bedding, drapes, furniture, tires, tools, clothing for all, Antiques, including glass door china cabinet, dishes, camping equip., lots of misc. YARD SALE 364 DAY - Frl. St Sat. — 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Drapes, clothing, men's & worn- ens, infants & sm. boys, fruit jars, antiques, 10 gal, cream can, ice tongs, oil fount for china lamp, wash board, dishes. Nothing Sold Before 9 A.M. RUMMAGE SALE American Legion Home 571 E. NORTH ST. Galesburg, 111. SATURDAY, JUNE 9 9 A.M. till 4:00 P.M. YARD SALE LOT 26 Mobile City Trailer Court- East of Gates on Knoxville Rd. Friday, June 8, 8 to ? In case of rain Sat., June 9 GARAGE SALE 984 N. CHERRY FRIDAY, JUNE 8 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. Clothing, desk, chairs, I0'x24" solid oak bench top, misc. 3 girls bicycles. BASEMENT SALE Friday, June 8 Saturday, June 9 927 N. PRAIRIE ST. Three Antique spool beds, walnut roll top desk, chairs, Antique dishes, rollaway bed, lawn mower, roto broil, electric skillet, drapes, clothing and many misc. items. BACKYARD SALE 102 South Harshbarger ABINGDON, ILL. FRI.—9 a.m. to 8 p.m. & SAT.—9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Antiques & collectors Items, Antique trundle bed. Antique wheel chair, depression glass, new china—service for 8, records, 2—14" tires on rims, misc. Cancelled in case of rain ANTIQUES FOR SALE Buggy, roll top desk, 2 wall phones, brentwood chairs, rocking chair, cane bottom chairs, Iron kettle, cream can, copper boiler, wire wheel tire. 253 Cedar Ave. After 6 Thurs. & Fri. Saturday — 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. BASEMENT SALE 1752 Grand Ave. Thurs. — 3:30 - 9 P.M. Friday — 10 A.M. - 8 P.M. Queen size bedspread, curtains, 2 lg. sz. men's suits, baby and children's clothing, sewing items, patterns, kitchen items, nic nacs. dishes, Johnny Jump- Up, old buttons, 36" coppertone range hood, elec. space heater, diaper pail. BIG MOVING SALE SIDE YARD at 997 FLORENCE AVENUE Friday, June 8—9 a.m .-7 p.m. Furniture, radios, TV, a great variety of household items, dishes, and clothing of all sizes for baby, boys, girls, and adults. 3 Piece mahogany dining room set. LARGE Garage Sale THURS., JUNE 7th 3 P.M. - 8 P.M. FRI., JUNE 8th 8 A.M. - ? 74 N. Ivan Exerciser, Boys Bike, Household Furniture & Misc. CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,500. Btucher Trend: 75c-$l higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 . No. 2-4: 190-240 . 240-270 . $39.50-$39.85 .... $39.00-$39.50 ... $38.25-$39.25 280-300 $36.50-$38.00 Sow Trend: 50-75c higher. 300-500 $34.00-$35.75 Boars: 350 lbs. up ....$34.00-$34.50 MACOMB AUCTION REPORT June S, 1973 Receipts Cattle Calves Hogs Sheep This Week 476 11 864 78 Last Week 670 12 857 73 Last Year 515 14 587 158 CATTLE: Receipts 30% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Slaughter steers and heifers 25-50c higher. Cows 1.50-2.00 lower. Feeder cattle steady. SLAUGHTER STEERS & HEIFERS: Choice and Prime 1000-1150 lb. steers 46.25-47.00; Choice 1000-1200 GARAGE SALE, 115 Xlmmiit, East Galesburg (Next to East Galesburg Grade School), June 7ih & 8th, from 9 a.m.-B p.m.— Organ, Refrigerator, Clothes, Household Goods, Nie Knacks, Books & Misc. items. lb 43.00-46.80; Choice and Prime 850-1000 lb. heifers 48.00-45.73; Choice 850-1050 lb. 44.00-45.26. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 30.50-34.80; Canner and Cutter 25.50-33.75; Utility and Commercial bulls 36.50-42.50 FEEDER CATTLE: Choice 350-550 lb. steers 55.50-64.50; 5B0-750 lb 51.00-55.75; mixed Good and Choice 550-850 lb. 47.00-51.25; Good 850-050 lb. 44.00-47.25; Choice 350-500 lb. heifers 50.75-57.25; mixed Good and Choice 550-750 lb. 45.25-48.50; Good 550-800 lb. 42.50-45.50. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand fairly good. Prices 1.50-2.00 per head lower. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 250-600 lb 33.00-36.90. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 20-30 lb. 15.25-20.00; 30-40 lb. 19.75-23.50; 40 50 lb. 23.25-27.50 ; 60-70 lb. 28.0031.75; some 115 lb. 43.75; all sold by the head; U.S. 1-3 130-160 lb. 37.00-38.50; sold by weight; bred sows 128.00-178.00 per head. SHEEP: Good replacement ewes with lambs at side 19.00-23.00 per head. Stocks Move Higher Today On Exchange 4 Family Backyard Sale — 1385 Lane Ave, — Fri. & Sal. June 8 & 9 — 9-7 — Very good chil- drens clothes, sz. 9 mo. to 8, Ids. sz. 10-12, maternity clothes, sz. 9-10. Lots of good toys, nic nacs, Avon cosmetics & many misc. items. BASEMENT SALE — 405 N. Washington, Abingdon, 111. — 'Saturday, June 9 — 9-5 — Many new items, infants sleepers and diaper stackers, selling out business. Driftwood glassware, aquariums plus equipment, Rawleigh products and many other items. Old and new. Church cookbooks, etc. VIOLA AUCTION REPORT June 6, 1973 Receipts Cattle Calves Hogs Sheep This Week 303 7 116 223 Last Week 270 17 524 6fi Last Year 452 10 578 !)2 CATTLE: Receipts 65% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Slaughter steers and heifers steady. Cows 1.00-1.50 lower. Feeder cattle steady. SLAUGHTER STEERS & HEIFERS: Choice 900-1100 lb. steers 45.5046.80; Choice 850-1000 lb, heifers 44.25-45.20; mixed Good and Choice 850-1100 lb. 43.00-44.50. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 30.25-34.75; Canner and Cutter 24.00-33.25; Utility and Commercial bulls 36.00-$42.00. FEEDER CATTLE: mixed Good and Choice 350-500 lb. steers 49.0057.50; Good 600-975 lb. 43.00-45.75; mixed Good and Choice 350-550 lb. heifers 45.75-48.00. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand fairly good. Prices 2.00-3.00 per head lower. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 300-600 lb. 33.25-36.30. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 16.50-20.25: some 60 lb. 30.00; all sold by the head; some bred gilts 97.50 per head: bred sows 160.00102.50 per head. SHEEP: some Choice and Prime 115 lb. slaughter lambs 37.90; Choice 85-110 lb. 34.00-36.25. BASEMENT SALE 892 E. SOUTH Fri., June 8 — ALL DAY Radio, rug & pad, few antiques, lg. size dresses, blouses, men's sport coats & other clothing. Lots of misc. items. Nothing sold before Friday. GARAGE SALE 722 Ruby Thurs., June 7—4 p.m. To Dark Fri., June 8 — All Day Sat., June 9 — All Day Dishes, items. some appliances, misc. GARAGE SALE 516 MONROE FRI. & SAT—9 a.m. - ? Schwinn bikes, sewing machine, window fan, end tables, lamps, floor tile, mowers, extra wide drapes, all sizes clothes & misc. OMICROM THETA GARAGE SALE 650 Kenwick Dr. FRIDAY, JUNE 8 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. SATURDAY, JUNE 9 10 A.M. -4 P.M. Trash and treasurers, chil- drens clothing on up, books, dishes, shop vacuum, carpeting, nic nacs, jewelry, kitchen items and misc. BASEMENT SALE 1639 Bateman JUNE 8 - 9 9 - 5 Extra clean late style women's clothing, mink cape, refrigerator, Hoover sweeper, beauty shop hair dryer, hair setter, tables, chairs, radio, mixer, bike, toys, old bottles, wig case, silverware, lamps, chest of drawers, drapes, curtains, 24x12 tent with floor, :amping equipment, lots of misc. GARAGE SALE THURSDAY, JUNE 7 8 a.m. to ?? FRIDAY, JUNE 8 8 a.m. to 7? 1746 Jefferson St. Corner Hackberry & Jefferson Cirls clothing, excellent condition, size 6-12, mens suits, size 38-40 short, women! clothing, size 5-12, nic-nacs & many misc. items. St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 5,000; 75 higher; 175 head No 1 215-225 lb 39.50; No 1-2 200-230 lb 39.00-39.25; No 1-3 200-240 lb 38.75-39.00. Cattle 1,000; not enough slaughter' steers or heifers for test; choice vealers 58.00-64.00; individual high choice 66.00; good 54.00-58.00. Sheep 50. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 49-60, medium 44-56, small 3648; B large 44-56. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 39.00-40.50 for this week's delivery. NEW YORK (UPI) - Prospects that an emergency cabinet meeting tnigtlit lead to tighter wage * price controls boosited stocks sharply in light trading today on the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones Industrial average jumped 10.76 to 908.94. Advances were far ahead of declines, 773 to 320, among 1,442 issues traded. Turnover totaled about 6,400,000 shares by noon, compared with 6,600,000 shares at the same time Wednesday. Winnebago Industries led the actives, and lost % to 5Vi on 487,900 shames, including two large blocks-one of 291,000 shares, and la second at 181,000 -nboth crossed at 5. Addressograph - Multigraph was 'second, off % to 12Vi on 194,700 shares, and S.S. Kresge followed, off % to 36% on 123,800 shares. Prices on the American Stock Exchange gained ground in quiet trading. Gold mining stocks lost as the price of bullion declined for the second day in foreign markets. Campbell Red Lake dropped Vk, Dome Mines 1V4, and ASA Ltd. 1. Among the higher glamors, Polaroid added 3%, Avon Products ZVz, Walt Disney 2%, and Xerox 2%. IBM soared 6, Burroughs 3, Motorola 1%, land General Electric 1V4. Oils posted solid gains; Atlantic Richfield added 2, I Exxon l 3 /4, anil Natomas.l. Dow rose 1%, DuPont and Eastman Kodak Wi each. Flying Tiger advanced 1V4, leading other airlines to fractional gains. Steels, motors and rails rose slightly. Berwick Couple Hosts for Dinner St. Louis produce: /Eggs wholesale Grade A large 38-40, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle insufficient volume to establish market. Hogs 2,600; 50-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-240 lb some 250 lb 38.5039.00, few 39.25; No 1-3 200-260 lb 38.00-38.50; No 2-3 240-270 lb 37.00-38.25, 270-300 lb 36.00-37.00; No 2-4 300-345 lb 35.50-36.0Q. BERWICK - Mr. and Mrs. James Perm hosted a dinner May 21 honoring their daughter, Mrs. Donnie TofHrtger, who left the next day to join her husband at Cherry Point, N.C. Attending were Bonnie and Becky Toflinger, Phoenix, Ariz.; Delbert and Clinton Tofllnger, Kockford; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krepp, Bushnell, and Tom and Mark Williams. Duane Pratt Jr. who was on leave from Fort Knox, Ky., visited here May 25-27 with his parents and other relatives. Mrs. Buel Mack has returned home after spending a week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Dorie Bennett, Springfield, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Varies Eaton and son and Mrs. Walter Eaton were guests May 25-28 at the home of'Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Slither and Mrs. Caralee Clen- dinin, Fayette, Iowa. Mrs. Betty Crull and daughters were guests May 27 at the home of Mrs. Ruth Crull, Fort Madison, Iowa. A man who weighs 150 pounds on earth would weigh about two ton® on the sun. Tte Negev Desert, the. triangular southern half of Israel, is now irrigated and used for farmland. FOR DAD Executive Chairs Desks Files Pen Sets Ash Trays SAVE 20 to 50% BEST BUY 47 South Cherry Galesburg 343-7214 B & B CATTLE CO. Burlington Northern Monmouth, III. Stockyards Ph. (309) 734-5181 ARRIVING THIS WEEK 140 Angus Yearling steers, avg. wt. 650 lbs. 60 Angus & Angus W.F. steers, avg. wt. 500 lbs. 100 Angus steer calves, avg. wt. 425 lbs. 150 Angus Yearling heifers, avg. wt. 575 lbs. 90 Angus & Angus W.F. heifers, avg. wt. 500 lbs. 100 Angus heifer calves, avg wt. 425 lbs. MIKE BRENNAN JOHN WEAVER 734-3106 734-5426 PATIO SALE 672 West Grove St. JUNE 7 4 In 8 P.M. JUNE 8 9 to 1 P.M. Rain Date: June 9 — 9 to 3 P.M. C'hromcraft dinette, platform rocker, deep-fryer, 20" fan swivel boat seat, floor lamp, small mimeograph, bed and table linens, lavatory, stool with tank, clothing, miscellaneous. 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 Member* of the New York Stock Exchange 204 Bondi Building Galesburg, III. 61401 Ph. (309) 342-5181 Spring Clearance 6 Fairway Road 1 Mile East of 1-74 Overpays On Fremont Thurs., June 7 — 3:00 lo 9:00 Friday, June 8 — 8:30 to 4:00 Lawnmower, girls sting ray, golf bag, antique furniture, toaster, clothing, rink skates, games, miscellaneous items. FLEA MARKET OLD COURTHOUSE PARK KNOXVILLE, ILL. SATURDAY, JUNE 9 — 8:30 A.M. - ? Dealer Space Available BRING OWN TABLE FOR INFORMATION CALL 289 - 2731 SPONSORED BY KNOXVILLE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION GARAGE SALE 1550 Beecher Ave. FRI., June 8—9 a.m.-8 p.m. SAT., June 9—9 a.m. to noon Ladies & men'.-, bowling balls arid bag;, hair dryer, ladies golf clubs & cart, pole lamp, portable stereo and stand, bays' clothing biith thru .'i yis.. ladies cJoihmg s/.. 1^-14, nic nacs. picture frames, bathroom scale, books, drapes & music. 8% COMMERCIAL. NOTES FOR SALE Leading Midwest Wholesale Grocery Firm Is offering 8% Annual interest ... 6 months Commercial Notes — Call Zone Manager: PHONE: 309-343-8739 CONSIGNMENT SALE CORBINS DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 NORTH WEST ST. Thurs., June 7th - 7:00 P.M. We will sell the following consigned Furniture: Library table, 3-pc. sectional sofa, Voice of Music console stereo, matching Mr, and Mrs. chair and ottoman, rug & pads, 10x12 Congo rug, lounge chairs, bookselves, tables and table lamps, spool beds, mahogany dresser and mirror, chest 'o' robe, poster bed complete, refrigerator, apt. size gas stove, automatic washer, lawn mower, metal porch chair, floor fan, table fan, garden and yard tools, air conditioner, and other misc. merchandise, Including tank and stool, pots, pans, and dishes, garbage disposal, outboard motor, kitchen sink. Large old Blanket Chest, Old Pine Tool Chest, Old Lift Top Desk. CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE — Phone 343-9033 COOK and WOODS—Auctioneeri DELENE COOK—Clerk We can uie a little more merchandise on this Auction. It you have anything to sell, bring It lo Corbln'i by noon Thursday or call 343-9033. Consignment Auction BLEDSOE'S AUCTION HOUSE 560 S. Chambers St., Galesburg, III. FRIDAY, JUNE 8TH 7:00 P.M. 3 pc. walnut bedroom suite, real nice, poster bed, 3 pc. maple dinette set, maple commode, book case, oak fire place mantle, oak dresser, 2 pc. blue living room suite, occasional chairs, library table, pantry cupboard, recliner, large deep freeze, air conditioner, TV set, window fans, mirrors, auto, washer, gas dryer, pine benches, end tables, oak wardrobe, bottles, hand tools, sewing machine, dish washer, fire place irons, 5 ft. aluminum step ladder, 4 track stereo tapes, humidifier, vac. sweeper, rugs, clover leaf table with claw feet, spittoon, ruby glass pitcher, spooner, depression glass, milk glass sets, chain saw, a new Black & Decker power saw, V2 & V* 2 boys bicycles, and lots more misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. BLEDSOE'S AUCTION SERVICE — PHONE 343-2296 Auctioneers: DALE COFFEY and RALPH COFFEY Not Responsible for Accidents Clerk — Gene Stewart HOUSEHOLD AUCTION ABINGDON, ILL. Saturday Morning, June 9th 10 A.M. SHARP 302 PENNSYLVANIA, ABINGDON, ILL. Wizard Refrigerator (nearly new); living room suite; twin beds (complete); double bed; picture enlarger, dryer, trays, screen projector and amber light; small electrical appliances; portable elect. Singer sewing machine; 3 elect, fans; dinette set with 6 chairs; elect. Hoover upright sweeper; other household items; pots, pans; bedding; dishes, and many other misc. items; small tools, J ,V' elect, drill; drill bits; elect, jigsaw; 2 wood planes; blow torch; pipe valve; clamps; angle iron; pipe; lumber; 2 rolls of roofing and other misc. hand tools; 2 Sterling slide rules; Bell & Howell (pocket comparator); collectors items and antiques;' laundry stove; some dishes; 3 stone jars; old car books; light fixtures; 2 stone jugs; old tire gauge; other old books; some old bottles; 4 table legs with claw feet & glass balls; old clock; some old knives; old office desk; small steam train engine and one piece of track; other misc. items. Terms: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents DALE ESSEX Owner Auctioneer — DON NELSON, 462-3124 Clerk — CARROLL MARKS NOTE: In case of rain at sale time, this sale will be Sunday P.M. June 10th at 1:30 P.M. There are many other items that are not listed. FURNITURE AUCTION 145 N. ELM ST., GALESBURG, ILL. SUNDAY, JUNE 10th, — 1 P.M. LOCATION—Go to end of East North St., turn right second house on left side. As I have moved to nursing home, Corbin's will sell the following. R.C.A. Portable TV; 2 pc. brown living -room suite; long mahogany davenport table; Duncan Phyfe octagonal table; end tables; occ. chairs; platform rocker; console radio; mirrors; pictures and bric-a-brac; floor lamps; desk lamp; 2 matching 9x12 rugs; round dining room table with Queen Ann legs, 6 matching chairs; Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table; dishes including some antiques which includes partial set of Homer Laughlin (in Sunrise pattern); 4 pc. bedroom suite, consisting of poster bed equipped with spring and mattress, chest of drawers, vanity and bench; cedar chest; oak chest of drawers; oak dresser; boudlour lamps; quilt tops; 2 pc. bedroom suite; roll-away bed; Kelvlnaior double door rifrigerator with deep freeze; Detroit Jewel gas stove; 5 pc. wooden drop-leaf dinette set; cabinet base; Cosco table; step-stool; window fan; dishes; pots; pans. PRIMITIVES AND MISC.— Copper boiler; clock shelf; wooden wheel barrel; Model "T" coil; depression glass; old dictionary; bail fruit jars; stone jars; 5 gal. water bottle; wicker basket; collection of license plates; garden and yard tools; Ro-Hoe; garden plow; extension ladder; small hand tools; misc, mdse. found at a closing out sale. MRS. BESSIE WILSON, Owner CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE — PHONE 343-9033 COOK and WOODS — Auctioneers DELENE COOK — Clerk Sale to Be Held Rain or Shine Auctioneers and owners assume no responsibility for accidents should any occur. SALE As I am moving to a smaller apartment I will sell the following personal property at 301 State Street in East Galesburg on SATURDAY, JUNE 9 AT'10:00 A.M. KITCHEN Sears Kenmore washing machine with 2 speeds in excellent condition; Admiral refrigerator (apartment size) good condition; Autocrat gas stove (good condition); metal kitchen cabinet; dishes; hot plate; pans; cake plate and cover; canister set; ice chest; pitcher and glasses; dish btralner; picnic basket; 4 TV trays. LIVING ROOM 9x12 rug; pictures; shadow box, ash trays; vases; 1 pair glass curtains; chalrtop cover and arm cover set; 2 sets of Cape Cod curtains (yellow); 2 pair beige curtains and hooks; magazine rack; 2 matching end tables. BEDROOM Double bed and dresser (mattress and springs) good condition: 2 bed fapreads; scatter rugs (2 pink, 3 white ones); twin size bed and mattress and springs; hamper. MISCELLANEOUS 1 St. IAJUM batting hat; radio; window screen; table cloths; 1 vanity; old scales; trunk; 3 side chairs; 1 window fan; old dresser; fishing equipment; hip boots (size 0) (3 fish seines); water jug; st-iiter heater (burns alcohol) new; 3 pair boots; W.W. II rationing books, Alum. Xma.s tree & stand; ornaments; lights; work basket magazines; trouble light; rake; pitch fork; Hilggs & Strulton lawn mower 4 cycle 3 (J"; 2 gas gallon; garden tiller (hand); 2 wash tubs; axe; hoe; shovel; rake; minnow bucket; grill; adding machine, and other miscellaneous items. MRS. ROY CLEVENGER, Owner Auction**!: JIM MURDOCK. KnoxvUl* 289-2350 Terms: Cash Not R*»pon*lbl* lot Accld»nts PUBLIC SALE SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1973 1 P M RAIN DATE JUNE 1>,'l973 — I P.M. Wilt be held Vk miles cast of Galva, III. next to (tie C.B.&Q. railroad tracks. HORSES 1 well broke palomino mare 0 yrs. old; 1 well broke chestnut mare 7 yrs. old, colt at side; 1 well broke sorrel mare, white markings, 7 yrs. old, colt at side; 1 well broke dapple gray mare, 6 yrs. old, colt at side; 1 black smooth mouth pony, broke to ride and drive; 2 nanny goats; 1 kid goat; 4 laying hens. MACHINERY Farmall tractor H with manure loader; Super (C) International tractor with mower and trartor 2 bottom plow; New Idea manure spreader; hayrack gear; New Holland hay baler; 11)39 Chevy 1 ton truck (hydraulic cylinder); overhead gas barrel, 300 gallon; water tank with hog waterers; gas tank heater; plastic pipe; cedar post; double work harness; single driving harness; collection of bits, horse collars and horseshoes; 2 saddles; spring wagon seat; British 303 coliber rifle 1010; Winchester 10 gauge shotgun; Kalamazoo cook stove; electric fence charger; battery fence charger; Model (A) wheels and other parts for model (A); porch glider; 1 picnic table and tools. ANTIQUES & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Bone china tea set service for 6 (made in England); 2 planter lamps; 2 coffee pots; 2 Ezyra Brooks bottles; 1 large ornate antique telegraph clock, (lectric wound); 3' glass baskets; portable stereo record player, 2 speakers; set of 6 TV trays; hunting lamp; Al- ladirt lamp; 3 sad irons with handles; 3 crocks, 2 gallon, 8 gallon, 10 gallon; 5 gallon milkcan; 10 gallon milkcan; O.E. refrigerator (very good condition self-defrosting); dishes nad other articles too numerous to mention. HAROLD CONNER — Owner Terms — Cash Not Responsible for Accidents MIKE CLUCAS and DEL PITZER — Auctioneers ANDERSON and LUWIN — Clerks PUBLIC AUCTION To settle the estate of the late George Stauduhar, the contents of his antique store will be sold at auction beginning on Saturday, June 9th and Sunday, June 10th f If Necessary at 10:00 A.M. at the store in Keithsburg, Illinois ANTIQUS and COLLECTORS ITEMS Old oak file cabinet (100-drawers), 2 other oqk file cabinets, antique jewelry, picture frames, drapes, assortment of antique dishes, collection of match books, old curling irons, flat irons, old razors, shaving mugs, selection of advertising pencils, pens, and rulers, collection of old banks, old eye glasses, old Kodak collection,' old doll buggy, assortment of old tin ware, collection of old phonograph records, old keys, collection of advertising souvenirs, ash trays, many old prints, large collection of medals and old political buttons and many other old buttons, 4 large boxes old sheet music, large collection of old stamps of every description and country,. 80,000 post cards (one of the finest collections of old post cards), Xmas, Thanksgiving, sunbonnet babies, leather, best regrads, all state, old steroscope cards, advertising cards, Chicago, birthday, scenery, other great assortment, many albums of old post cards, large assortment and description of antique bottles, medicine, beer, Jim Beam, milk bottles, collection of atlas, almanacs, and catalogues. Books, books and books of every type and description, History, three editions of Daily Dispatch 1020 to 1932, collection, of His- try of Mercer County, Rock Island, Moline, Davenport, Bureau, many other books on above, many books on John Deere, Life Magazines, National Geographic, Medical, Law, old print books, old comic' books, antique Journals, Liberty Magazines, business books of executive cabinet minutes, Volume of 12 "The Illustrated Do It Yourself" Encyclopedia, many other books of every des- scription, approximately 20,000. 4 Ice cream chairs and tables and other old chairs, pie cupboard, tables, oak dresser, metal cabinets of all kinds and fixtures, 15' glass show cases, 8-4 foot steel shelving, double metal wardrobe, apartment size gas stove; triple bunk bed, refrigerator, Craftsman 10" radial saw, electric complete, 30' extension ladders, metal and wood step ladders, small hand tools, nails, other items too numerous to mention — PARTIAL LISTING. OPEN FOR INSPECTION — PREVIOUS DAY 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Number systems to be used. Due to limited space," registration fee of $1.00 per person. Registration begins at 9:00 A.M. Identification required. Note: Small Items sold at first sale. Post cards, books, furniture ,and fixtures sold the following sale. Since it is a large sale it must start at 10:00 A.M. .. . „• . ... TERMS: Cash — nothing removed until settled for — all removal day of sale. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS TED JACKSON, Administrator ROY J. LAWSON, REAL ESTATE and AUCTIONEERING SERVICE Coal Valley, Illinois — Phone: Office 799-5271 PUBLIC SALE As we are moving to a mobile home we will sell the following at public auction at our home. 107 WEST MEEK STREET SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1973 BEGINNING AT 1 P.M. SHARP ABINGDON, ILLINOIS Admiral Copperton Duplex refrigerator freezer, large size; Coppertone gas stove; breakfast set with table and 4 chairs; 2 straight chairs; swivel rocking chair; plastic overstuffed rocker: studio couch; divan hide-a-bed; occasional chair; office desk and 2 leather covered office chairs with arms; 1 wooden office chair with arms; 2 floor lamps; Sears electric broom like new; Sears floor polisher like new; G.E. hand vac. sweeper; TV lamp; ultra violet sun lamp; bedroom suite consisting of bed, chest of drawers, and vanity with bench; bed pillows; 1 small chest of drawers; 1 set of double springs and mattress on legs; 2 sets of 3 ,i springs and mattress with one on legs; 2 sets of springs for twin beds; 1 vibrator pillow; 2 Tugs 10 ft. 10 in., by 13 feet; 1 rug 9 ft. by 10 ft. 10 inches; 2 air conditioners, 1 is 16,000 BTU and 1 is 8,000 BTU; miscellaneous kitchen tods and dishes; Betty Crocker electric iron, air purifier; humidifier; de-humidifier; assortment of vinyl floor tile; 1 gallon Fabulon floor finisher; 3 medicine cabinets, incomplete; typewriter; 2 box cameras; hand hair dryer; Pyrex beverage server; meat grinder; 2 ironing boards; curtain stretchers; blonde chest of drawers. MISCELLANEOUS Cast iron lavatory; cast iron bath tub on legs; 2 toilet stools; 3 oil burning stoves; Warm Morning coal heating stove; electric 52 gallon water heater, like new; 60 inch kitchen cabinet with double sink; 48 inch kitchen base cabinet; 2 home made electric fans; with aluminum blades; rubber bladed fan; 1 smaller fan, plastic frame; 2 power lawn mowers; small bar-b-q grill; new bicycle seat; 50 foot roll new 3 ,a copper tubing; old 12 volt battery; several electric motors; 10 inch .aluminum fan blade; new electric stove element; aluminum counter-top edging; adjustable tent pole; shower rod; clamp on bleacher seat; flower rack; adjustable voltage transformer; box of miscellaneous V belts, some new; miscellaneous radio and appliance parts; tube caddy; appliance tester; tube tester; boat ladder; car seat head rest; 2 floor brushes; electric skill saw; axe; 4 section .') inch aluminum vent pipe; mop bucket with wringer; 4—8.25x14 inch tires; 4—7.75x14 inch tires; 1 brand new fancy mailbox with post. New Harmony 2 Pickup electric Guitar with Harmony 25 Watt Amplifier with case. ANTIQUES Pie cabinet, flat iron; soapstniie foot warmer; large old painted meat platter; old folding camera; leather rocking chair; writing desk: old walnut bed: 4 gallon stone .jug; stone jug chicken water- er; 1017 copywrite edition of Prairie Farmer - Farmers and Breeder dictionary of Knox County; 18H5' edition Secret of Success In Business; photo album; some old newspapers dating back to 1020; old hat pins; old books; 1B0!) edition "First Days in School Primer"; Pollyanna, A Girl in Ten Thousand, by Meade; Opening a Chestnut, by E. P. Roe; Hollo in Paris, by Abbots; Modern American Poetry copyright 1021 Untcrmeyer; 2 old Prairie Fanners 102B edition; 3 old telephone ringer boxes. ABINGDON POTTERY Horsehead book ends; water pitcher; fruit bowl with candlestick holders; wall bracket; vegetable dish; and many articles too numerous to mention. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Stegall — Owners 107 WEST MEEK STREET ABINGDON, ILLINOIS Auctioneer — EVERETT MORSS — PHONE 482-3090 Clerks — FRED DANFORTH tc BEVERLY MORRISON 105 S. Ohio St., Abingdon, 111. Not Responsible for Accident! AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Sale will be held in back of home, rain or shine. BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, From 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. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPUY ADV. — Phone 343-7181

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