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N«w York Stock* NEW YORK (my- Stock market frildday prices: AitffilM fr HI p, wr 27% AtldChem 82% inland Stl 20% Alld Mills 24% IBM 318 A1W Strs 24% Int Harv 26% Allls Ctal 8V4 Int Nick 28'A Alfcoa &8% Int Paper 33% Am Air 12% int T&T 31% Am Can Wz Iowa P&L 23V« Am Cyan 24% Johns-Mn 21% Am Dlat 10% Kennecott 23% AmElPwr 26% Keys Cons 14 Am Mtrs 6% Kresge 36% Am T&T 51 Kroger I6V4 Anaconda 18 Lib McN 4% Ashl OU 26% Litton 8% Atl Rich 84'A Lockhd 5% Avco 9% Mar Oil 29 Bea Fds 23y 4 Maytag 27% Bendix 32% Merck 92 Beth Stl 28 Minn Mm 83 Boeing 16% Mobil Oil 65% Borden 23V4 Monsanto 50% Cap C Bdg 39%Nat Bis 46'A Catplr 56% Outbd M 32% Celanese 31 Owens-Ill 31% Cen II Lt 22 '/4 Pcnn Cen 1% • Cen Tel 23% Penney 81% Cessna 18% Pepsi Cola 82V4 Chrysler 25% Pfizer 44 Cities Svc 45% Phil Pet 52% Coco Cola 144 Procter G 102% Coktm Gas 29%Quak Oat 34% Comm Ed 32% RCA 24% Comsat 43 Rep Stl 24% Cons Ed 23% Revlon 62% Cont Can 28 Safeway 28% Cont Oil 31% St. Regis 37% CPC Intl 29% SanFelnd 24% Dana 30 Sears 94% Deere 39% Shell Oil 51% Du Pont 163% Simmons 20% Eastman 132% So Pac 31% Exxon 95% Sperry 38% Firestone 19% Std Bds 52% Ford Mtrs 56% SO Ind 86% Fruehauf 27% Stvs JP 28 Gam Sko 25 Stude 35% Gen Dyna 17% Texaco 34% Gen El 58% Tex Inst 93% Gen Fds 24% Un Carb 35% Gen Mtrs 65% Un El 17 Gen Tel 28% Utd Corp 8% Gen Tire 18% US Gyps 21 Goodrich 21% US Stl 30% Goodyear 23% West Un 19% Greyhnd 13% Wstghs El 34 Gulf Oil 22% Weyerh 58% 111 Cent 18% Woolwrth 23% Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks sharply lower in light trading. Bonds steady. U.S. government bonds slight ly lower in quiet trading. American stocks sharply lower in light trading. Cotton futures lower. Chicago grain fcitures lower. Caittie 25-50 lower; top 48.25, READ THE WANT ADS! BACKYARD SALE 1067 E. LOSEY ST. (Next Io Friendly Cafe) SATURDAY — 8:30 - 2:00 Cosco table, lawnmower, encyclopedias, electric appliances, trousers—sizes 34 & 42, books & misc. Case ol Rain—Backroom GARAGE SALE 1648 MAPLE AVE. Frl., June IS—4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sat., June 16—8 a.m. to ?? Clothing—men's ladles & girls Jr. sizes, lamps, silverware, antiques, dishes, jewelry and stuff toys & misc. 4 French Provincial dining room chairs. LOCATION WANTED for BACKYARD SALE SAT., June 23 or 30 Have good Items—no place to sell. PHONE 342-5578 Evening! BACKYARD SALE 1472 Moshier Ave. SAT, June 16—9 A.M. to 77 Lots of clothes especially Jr. size, pair of girls roller skates, toys, wooden kitchen cabinet, '65 & '60 Chevy, odds Sc ends. YARD SALE SAT., JUNE 16 8-5 248 W. Brooks Yard Sale Sat., June 15 351 Franklin Ave. (off of West North Street) Garage Sale Thurs., Fri, & Sat. 9 till ? 1023 Frank Street BACKYARD SAII 858 DUDLEY ST. SAT., JUNK 16-8-2 Exerciser, Masonic ring, white dropleaf Ubic & » «•*«!». «;> l « Formica lop dinette, fl chalib, driftwood, books & misc. Chicago Grain Rang* CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat and com were substantially lower and soybeans mixed at ncton today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Jty 2.79 off 10 Sep 2.78 off 10 Dec 2.74 off 10 Corn Jly 2.WA off 10 Sep 2.02 off 10 Dec 1.&2 off Wi Soybeans Jly 10.26 up 11 Aug 9.69 off am Sep 7.74% off 40 Nov 5.65 off 36 Sep Dec Mar May Corn Jly Sep Dec Mar May Oats (old) Jly 93 Oats (new) Jly 100 Sep 103 Dec 103% Soybeans Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 47.75 47.52 47.60 47.60 Aug 47.17 46.60 46.85 46.95 Oct 46.80 46.40 46.65 46.50 Dec 46.87 46.52 46.75 46.67 Feb 46.87 46.55 46.65 42.67 Apr 46.60 46.15 46*30 46.40 Jun 46.25 46.05 46.15 46.22 Live Hogs Jun 40.90 43.60 40.85 40.60 Jly 41.20 40.90 41.12 41.05 Aug 40.32 40.00 40.15 40.15 Oct 39.35 38.95 39.30 39.20 Dec 39.97 39.60 39.80 39.62 Feb 40.35 39.60 40.35 39.80 Apr 38.55 38.00 38.50 38.15 Jun 38.75 38.75 38.75 38.65 Jly 38.20 38.20 38.20 38.00 Frozen Pork Bellies Jly 57.15 56.52 56.85 56.75 Aug 56.62 55.95 56.25 56.35 Feb 56.32 55.47 56.10 55.40 Mar 55.75 54.90 55.75 55.00 May 55.10 54.60 55.10 54.50 Jly Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 890.58 off 12.34 20 trans 162.57 off 2.82 •15 utils 106.31off 0.73 65stocks 275.14 off 3.69 READ THE WANT ADS! , YARD SALE .347/LAWRENCE AVE. SAT., June 16 — 9 - 4 Kitchen table & 6 chrs.; 26" girls bike, crib, car seat, .jump seat, childs table, curtains, pictures, baby clothes, dog beds, clothing for all, all priced for quick sale—don't miss this one. GOODIES 836 W. GROVE SATURDAY, June 16th 8 A.M. - ? Children's furniture & games, clothing for everyone, homemade rugs, paint, Antique piano rolls & misc. GARAGE SALE JUNE 16 8 AM - 4 PM 1248 N. Cherry St. Children's clothes, men's clothes, formals, bookcase, toys, Girl's 26" bike, books, material, patterns, quilt pieces, and misc. items. YARD SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 16 a- 5 668 W. NORTH All sizes clothing, Avons, something for everyone, etc. BACKYARD SALE FRI., JUNE 15 4 PM - 8 PM SAT., JUNE 16 8 AM 438 W. NORTH OLD CUSHMAN GOLF CART New engine, new battery, runs perfect. S400.00 or best offer HARRY A. NELSON Rio — Ph. 872-2286 Moving to Arizona FOR SALE 1 Clark Field Sprayer 1 18' Harogator 3580574 YATES CITY BACKYARD SALE 773 EAST, 3rd STREET SATURDAY. JUNE 16 Guitar good condition, dishes, tile nacs, good clothing, toys in good condition. FOR SALE Country Home 5 Miles Southeast of Abingdon 1 acre with 3 bedroom Cape Cod Home, kitchen, dining room, paneled living room with fireplace, family room with fireplace, full basement, breeze- wuy with uttuehed double garage. Plenty of shade trees. Abingdon School Bus to Door » AW - 3 VM Phono 462-3601 After 3 PM Phone 463-2183 Grain Puturti CHICAGO range: Wheat Wheat Jly (UPl) - Grain 289 270% 279% 28$i 285^ 278% 286% 281% 274% 274% 284% 279 273 273 283 274 269 289 279 224 212% 212% 222% 213% 201 20a. 211 204% 191% 193% 201% 203 191 li% 200% 202 190% 193 198% 93 93 97 91 96 98 97% 100 92% 97 98 100% 101% Sears Official Blasts Nixon's Economic Move CHICAGO (VPt) - Chairman Arthur Wood of Sears, Roebuck & Oo. said Thursday he was "deeply distressed at the broad brush approach" of President Nixon's price freeze. "It will create further disorientations and can only result In a more difficult problem of returning to a free market economy," Wood said. He said the President should have frozen prices selectively "without creating two months of business uncertainty." Gojesbufg Registef*MaiI^ Golestayr 1070 1015 814 603 600 595 595 1020 1048 968% 965 774% 779 562 572 553 568 552 564 551 563 1020 1008% 814% 602 566% 588 583% ST. LOUIS-McDonnell Douglas Corp, has won a $23.9 million addition to an Amy contract for development of the advanced site-defense antimissile system. MONMOUTH AUCTION REPORT June 14, 1973 Receipts . Cattle CalvM Hogu Sheep This Week 248 2 1708 It Last Week 280 0 1889 0 Last Year 598 8 1779 0 CATTLE: Hecelpts mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Feeder steers and heifers 25-50c higher. Cows 1.00 higher. FEEDER CATTLE: Choice 400-550 lb. steers 55 .75-59 .00; 550-700 lb. 51.25-56.00; mixed Good and Choice 550-850 lb. 47.75 -51.50; Good 600-900 lb. 44.25-48.00; Good 550-750 lb. heifers 43 .00 -45 .25; Choice bred replace, ment cows 350.00-465.00 per head. COWS AND BULLS: Cutter and Utility cows 31.25-38.70. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder I pigs. Demand good. Prices 2.503.00 per head higher. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 350-650 lb. 34.00-36.00. I FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb.. 24.00-27.50; 40-60 lb. 27.25-32.00; 5060 lb. 31 .75-35 .25; 60-70 lb, 35 .00138.75; 70.80 lb. 38.50 -43.75; 80-90 lb. 43.50 -47 .00; 90-115 lb. 46 .75 -50.00; U.S. 11 -3 50-60 lb. 30.00-33.50; 80-90 lb. 41 .75 -44.50; all sold by the head; some 150 lb. 40-50; sold by weight. More Little Miss Among local girls particir parting in the recent Little Miss Pageant in Roekford were Nancy Annette Hodden, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Hol|den, 99 Fulton St., and Kelly Jo Lynch, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch, 308 E. Depot St., Knoxville. READ THE WANT ADS! UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J.—Western Union said it has obtained permission of the Federal Communications Comimls sion to build four more earth stations for its Westar domestic satellite communications network. The additional stations will be built at Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles. CHICAGO - Atlantic Richfield Co. will spend more than $500 million this year on modernization and expansion, Presi dent Thornton F. Bradshaw told Chicago security analysts Thursday. Most of the outlays will go to increase domestic and foreign production of crude petroleum, he said. 4-FAMILY BACKYARD SALE '1955 ROBERTSON AVE. Sat., June 16 — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lots of clothes, dishes, sewing machines, Chevy wire wheels, 1966 Plymouth engine, antiques. YARD SALE 1249 E. BROOKS SATURDAY, JUNE 18 9 a.m. to ?? New Sarah Coventry jewelry, Avon products, bazaar items; also clothing all sizes and misc. items. BACKYARD SALE 107 S. FARNHAM Friday — 4 - Dark Saturday — 9-1 Clothing all sizes including babies, dishes, purses, shoes, appliances, radios, jewelry and nic nacs. , _ , Cancelled In Cue of Rain Removal of Trees STUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMING - FEEDING SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-7618 — 342-8652 Legal Notice NOTICE Or PUBLIC HEARING Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Trustees of The Galesburg Sanitary District, located in the County of Knox and State of Illinois, that a tentative Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for said The Galesburg Sanitary District for the fiscal year beginning May 1, 1&73, and ending April 30, 1974, is now on file and conveniently available to public inspection at 1237 East Tompkins Street, Galesburg, Illinois, in said District. Notice is further hereby given that a Public Hearing on such Budget and Appropriation Ordi nance will be held at 12:00 o'clock noon on the Kith day of July, 1973, at 237 East Tompkins Street, Galesburg, Illinois, in said District. Dated this 12th day of June, 1973. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE GALESBURG SANITARY DISTRICT By Donald E. Johnson Clerk 6/15; IT Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 72.25-80.50; single daisies 7M3; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-92.50 B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged; extra large 62; large 61; medium 56; pullets 48; standard 52; checks 42, Ff iday r n Juris ;.1 ,5, J-jjffi : „ 2 T The first Negro killed for the American Revolutionary cause was Crispus Attucks, who died when British troops fired on a patriot mob in the Boston Massacre of 1770. GARAGE SALE 365 DIVISION SATURDAY, JUNE 16 (8-4) Clothes, dishes, guitar and case and misc. Items. 'Moving, Storage Industry Unresponsive to Consumer' NEW YORK (UPI) - Gross profits of the moving and storage industry are "unconscionable," says a Harvard Business School graduate who got into the business, almost by accident. Business Today "Moving and storage seems to be America's last non- rational business," E. F. Stefenson told United Press International. He heads Stefenson & Sons, Inc., the former Kiraiy Moving & Storage Co., New York. He took over the presidency of Kiraiy last year when its owner decided to move to Florida and look after real estate interests. Stefenson, who was a fighter pilot in World War II and spent some months in a German prison camp, worked for various advertising agencies and for Best Foods and CPC International, the former Corn Products Co. He went to Kiraiy simply to reorganize its marketing program. He Was Shocked "I was shocked to discover how inefficient and uninnova- tive this industry is and how prevalent is the low estimate followed by a bill for two or MOVING SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 16 — 9-5 65 LOCUST — APT 11 (PISBM Park on Street) King size water bed with carpeted frame, typing table, Infants swing, dishes, womens and childs clothing, misc. items. FOR SALE '68 Dodge Charger 343-7461 1973 LIVING AT 1972 PRICES See our new 3 bedroom, carpeted, two car garage home located in Knoxville at 117 Prairie Ct. Open evenings June 12 through June 15 from 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. and open Saturday and Sunday, June 16 and 17, from 2 P.M. to 8 P.M. PECK REAL ESTATE No. 2 Weinberg Arcade 342-9178 or 343-8270 PATIO SALE The Corner of W. Ann St. and Northwest St. in Knoxville. JUNE 15 & 16 Friday 4 p.m. io 8 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to ?? infants, chlldrens and adults clothing, nlc nacs and misc., salt & pepper collection, new and used merchandise, facial Sauna. i Rain or Shine DOUBLE BACKYARD SALE 534-540 Lombard St. FRIDAY-SATURDAY SUNDAY - MONDAY 1 Family Moving Out of State so Have Loads of Goodies Air conditioner, refrigerator like new $65.00, stove, fan, plants, pictures, loads of good clean children and adults clothing and lots of misc. items. FOR SALE JUST NORTH OF ALTONA ON RT. 34 2 ACRES with modern 3 bedrm. 2 story frame home. Has basement, garage & workshop. Will sell at $20,000. Will Show By Appointment LEO F. HAGER ALTONA 484-5993 WANTED TO RENT TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT By Retired Couple NO PETS Best of References Possession by July 15 Write Box No. 892 GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL WANTED TO BUY SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICE 529-9431 529-9493 SWANSON'S LOCK & KEY SHOP (Rick Cannon, Proprietor) LOCK & KEY SERVICE 342.5012—712 E. Main • Commercial • Industrial • Residential WANTED TO BUY German, Jap, Foreign & American Swords, daggers, knives, guns, uniforms, h e I m • ts, hats, medals. Anything Military Call 343.3818 After 5 PM GARAGE, PATIO & DRIVEWAY SALE S A.M. to 5 P.M. SAT., JUNE 16 U73 N. PRAIRIE 2 Kenmore portable straight stitch sewing machines with attachments Si button-holer, girls 20" bike, bike parts, all kinds of pottery ware, womens, mens & chlldrens clothing, shoes, jewelry and ml.se. Hems. Antiques: Dry sink, piano stool, old wood box( old barber's cabinet, marble collection, bottles, old metal cans & misc. Not responsible for accidents. In case of rain held at 1155 N. Prairie. READ THE WANT ADS! BACKYARD SALE 1779 MEADOW DRIVE FRIDAY — 4 - ? SATURDAY — 9 - ? Womens, uniforms, dresses, coats, fruit jars and misc. GARAGE SALE 698 N. Wait St. Frl., Evening, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sat., Juna 16, 8 a.m. to Noon Car top carrier, electric meat slicer, appliances, dishes and clothes, camping equipment and washing machine, aquarium and misc. STORAGE TRAILERS For Sale or Rent Call 289-4348 Crop Hail INSURANCE Deferred premium payment till Fall. Acreage discounts available. For a quotation call . . . ED BOWMAN Oneida 483-8202 Roekford Mutual Ins. Co. GIGANTIC YARD SALE — 1526 Bridge Ave., Sat., Juna 16—9 - ? Antique pendulum clock, old oak rocker, butter mold, coffee grinder, farm bell, old lamp, picture frames, tea leaf platter, white iron stone platter, new Queen's Way clothing, new shoes, jewelry, purses, large rug, bedding, pictures, poly- domes and other homemade crafts, stroller, high chair, dishes, books, 2 hamsters with cages, bookcase, microscope, toys, all size clothing, loads of odds & ends. In case of rain— held in back room. three times ad much wlthoutofders on time, thus putting proven justification," he said He promptly persuaded the owner of Kiraiy to cut rates from 11 to 14 per cent. Then he bought the company. "The industry seems to lack rhyme or reason. Its last major contribution to the 20th Century was the mover's dolly," he said. "It is moribund and totally unresponsive to the consumer movement." The sweeping change in American society after World War II which made Americans so mobile caused movers to feel they could charge ever higher prices, pass on wage increases, make unrealisticaUy low estimates and then present bills for two to three times the estimate, Stefenson said. Trouble Not Surprising It's not surprising, he said, that a number of the bigger companies are in trouble with the Federal Trade Commission. "They have been cited for frequent failure to fulfill their customers in violation 1 of their leases," Stefenson said''. Stefenson said the small local movers tend to "march In lock step with big companies," thereby reducing price competition. He said large moving companies have attempted .to put pressure on him to rejSJsjnd his tariff cuts but so far have kept their objections within^ legal limits. The solution, Stefenson said, is real competition —"consumers should demand flat contracts from movers with the total price guaranteed in advance." BACKYARD SALE Sat., June 16 — 8-3 211 N. MARKET ST. KNOXVILLE Lots of good quality clothing and misc. WANTED Roofing, Siding and Cement Work Reasonable Price* Phone 289-4630 or 289-2821 BASEMENT SALE 461 W. BROOKS ST. FRL, JUNE 15 3-8 SAT., JUNE 16 8 - 4 Washing machine, lawn mower, jewelry, infants clothing, large oval rug, wall mirror, shoes, material, Avon products, adult clothing and misc. BACKYARD SALE 547 N. CEDAR ST. Sat., June 16 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. Dishes, furniture, Avon bottles, fold away bed, clothes, cabinet sewing machine, appliances, lawn mower, .tires, hand sausage stuffer, electric meat slicer & tenderizer, cash register, auto air conditioner, luggage, much more. Driveway Sale FRIDAY 5,? SATURDAY 8 -12 Noon (rain date to be announced) 1528 N. Prairie 7'x7* tent, 20" girls bike, dolls, games, misc. toys, girls clothing, 10 gal. milk cans, glasses, misc. items. Also Slim Jim. LOTS For Sale in KNOXVILLE Water, Sewer and Underground Utilities Prairie View Sub-Division 289-2496 BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other salei of this type must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 BACK YARD SALE SAT., June 16—9 - 4 205 N. MAIN Abingdon, III. Antiques, furniture, clothing, girls bicycle & misc. HUGE CLUB BACKYARD SALE, 696 Arnold Street FRIDAY—3 lo » • / SATURDAY—8 t£? ; LOTS OF EVERYTHING PORCH SALE 932 E. BROOKS ST. SATURDAY - {-? Clothes all sizes & baby elc Clothes WANTED Reliable Male For full time employment in locally owned men's clothing store. Must have soles ability, neat in appearance and willingness to work. V'T Contact in Person, C. W. Knaack, MALE'S CLOTHING CO. Galesburg Public Library USED BOOK SALE SAT., JUNE 16 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Children's « Adult Book! f c NOTICE We Will Be Closed Saturday Afternoons During June, July & August CLOSED FOR VACATION JULY 2 through JULY 14th £^ercj,dtrom! Seed & Grain Co. Woodhull, Illinois 934-2118 TIP of the WEEK Have trouble cleaning the white ceihent ^ between ceramic tiles? Use undiluted ?^ !j bleach. They come out snowy cleart.: ! Jim Hagrelius i 1 There's lots of hot weather left. And plenty of time-for us to install contnil gas air conditioning for you. See us fpr a free cooling ona.'ysis of your home. ThermoaaM 1242 South West St. Galesburg - Ph. 343-3145 ''"'SH ESTATE AUCTION TOOLS, GUNS, BOAT and MOTOR AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS Saturday, June 16, 1:00 P.M. 1555 Bate man St., Galesburg, III. To settle the estate ol Earl Kneii, the following will'be,'told io the highest bidder: 14 cu. ft. Admiral 2 door front-free refrigerator; white G.E. electric range; 5 pc. red dinette set; poi£,,pans and dishes; 15' Admiral upright deep freeze In good condition; Homart exhaust fan; Admiral dehumidlfler; Sears humidifier, not very old; Cosco step stool; table radio; gold with wood trim Luxury Lane Hidabed, 6 nios. old; maple platform rocker; Seichell Carlson 23' console color TV in good condition; 17" Admiral portable color TV, works good; Gold club chair; blond occasional table; walnut knee hold desk; beige club chair; brass table lamp; mahogihy"lamp table; Electrolux tank type sweeper; 2 brass wall plaques; M floor lamps; sofa bed; several pictures; 5 pc. blond bedroom sufte. complete with like new box spring and mattress; some beading; 9 drawer maple chest. POWER TOOLS AND TOOLS: Small electric welding outfit; Dormeyer skill saw; small spray paint outfit; 10" Craftsman'table saw with 220 motor; some extra blades and equipment foi* table saw to be sold separate; E-z-I Homellte chain saw, not very old; Saber saw; several electric drills; disk sander, like new; M' "Heavy duty drop cord; carpenter tools; mechanics tools; •uma.DUrnp; screws, nuts and bolts of all kinds; C-clainps; saw horses' rubber tired wheelbarrow; good martin bird house. BOAT, MOTOR AND TRAILER: 12 horse Buccaneer outboard motor, good condition; some rods and reels and fishing equipment; 14" wood Jon boat, like new; heavy duty factory built boat trailer: good home made two wheel trailer; lots of firewood; No. 77 pot belly heating stove. GUNS: Late model 12 ga. Hamnierletis shotgun; Westernfleid 22 bolt action rifle with srope; Sears 3 shot bolt action 410 ga. shotgun; sonic hardwood 2x4's and lots more misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. LAVERE KNES8, Administrator fox Estate PEEL. HENNINQ, MATHERS and BELL, Attorneys . Auctioneers-DALE and RALPH COFFEY-Fn. MM3IS or M2-|»12 ROBERT STEWART. Clerk LORRAINE LYNN, ClfMff Auctioneer's comment: This Is a good sale wiUi lots of good tooJi and household goods. Don't inlss it.

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