M .-fetesbuf9 Rggistef'Maif, ggfe&bufg, HI. Thursday, June 21, 1973 Market Reports Today CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,600. Butcher Trend: steady to 25c lower. No. 1*2: 200-225 $39.50-$40.10 No. 2-4: 190-240 $38.75-$39.50 240-270 $37.75-$39.00 280-300 $36.75-$37.50 Sow Trend: steady to 50c higher. 300-500 $33.75-$35.75 Boars: 350 lbs. up $35.25-$36.00 GALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: fully steady. No. 1-2: 200-230 $37.75-$38.00 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 $37.50-$37.75 No. 1-3: 230-260 $36.50-$37.50 No. 2-3: 260-300 $34.75-$36.50 Packing Sows: $31.75-$33.25 MACOMB AUCTION REPORT June 19, 1973 Recelpis Cattle Calves Hogg Sheep This Week 546 11 75!) 107 Last Week 359 1 150 5 Last Year 387 12 500 54 CATTLE: Receipts 40% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Slaughter steers and heifers steady. Cows 25-50c lower. Feeder cattle 25-50c higher. SLAUGHTER STEERS & HEIFERS: Choice 950-1200 lb. steers 45.2546.80; Choice and Prime 900-1150 lb. heifers 45.50-46.35; Choice 850-1150 lb. 44.25-45.75. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 30.25-35.80; Canner and Cutter 26.75-34.50. FEEDER CATLE: Choice 350-550 lb. steers 54.75-61.00; 550-750 lb. 50.50- f$° iftu 6 A-!$- B8 - 00 : Good 600-1000 iJ&tew i 49.78-55.60; 550-700 lb. 47.7550.00; Good 650-750 lb. 41.75-45.00. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices .50-1.00 per head higher. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 300-600 lb. 33.00-36.10. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 18.25-22.50; 40-50 lb. 22.25-26.00; 6080 lb. 30.00-34.00; all Sold by the head; some U.S. 1-3 140 lb. 35.75; sold by weight; bred sows 117.00150.00 per head. SHEEP: choice 90-110 lb. slaughter lambs 34.90-37.75; 50-80 lb. feeder lambs 35.50-38.00: some Good replacement ewes with lambs at side 18.00 per head. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) ~ Interior hogs: 12,000; unevenly steady; No 1-2 200-230 lb 38.50, few 38.75; No 1-3 200-235 lb 38.00-38.25; No 1-3 230450 lb 37.25-38.00; No 250-270 lb 36.50-37.50. 39.25; 38.50. No 2-3 240-260 lb 38.00 [Friday: estimated receipts: 700 cattle, 800 hogs. Jolief Livestock JOLEET, III. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 50; volume insufficient to establish market. Hogs 700; steady to strong; No 1-2 200-220 lb 39.25-39.50, 75 at 39.75; No 1-3 200-240 lb 38.50- FOR SALE 2-Year-Old Apartment Size REFRIGERATOR Good Condition Phone 289-4939 After 5:00 p.m. WANTED TO BUY Scrap copper, brass, radiators, lead, aluminum, Junk batteries & junk cars. Highest prices paid. Call Harold Bates or Bud Peck at MIDWAY AUTO PARTS 342-1148 WANTED CEMENT or ROOFING WORK Call 343-2523 or 289-2821 Carpet Problems? Call Us New and Used installed. Repairs — All Kinds B&R CARPET SERVICE 342-4650 BACKYARD SALE 1116 LYMAN ST. Thursday & Friday 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. 2 Air Conditioners and a little bit of everything. Not Resp. for Accidents MOVING SALE FRIDAY and SATURDAY 212 West Grove KNOXVILLE Any kind of furniture, dishes, nic nacs, beauty equipment, washer & dryer, air conditioner, and misc. Garage Sale — Sat., June 23, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 1605 North Seminary Moving out of state . . . Tools, linens, dishes, pans, nic-nacs, some toys, games, puzzles, lawn chairs, flower pots, fruit jars, Xmas dec, records, window fans, wood door, drawers, too many items to list. All sales cash — Not responsible for accidents. 4 FAMILY PORCH & FRONT YARD SALE FRL, 9-9 — SAT., 9-5 414 DAY ST. Furniture Sc. clothing all sizes. A Little Bit of Everything. RAIN or SHINE Under New Management DALES CAB CO. Effective Mon., June 25 6 a.m. to 12 midnight PH. 342-1156 MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Advisor 189 N. HENDERSON ST. (Next to Seastedt Realty) '9 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help you! All readings confidential. For appointments Call 342-6639 Watch tor sign 6 FAMILY DRIVEWAY SALE 518 Olive Friday ~ 5 - 9 p.m. Saturday « All Day Huge assortment of clothes, all sizes, childrens games & books, paper backs, records, shop vacuum, car seat, Avon & lots of misc. —GARAGE SALE 507 JOHNSTON (Off Bateman) Friday, June 22 8 AM - 3 PM Mens & womens clothes, lots of nice girls summer outfits, dresses & shoes, lamps, curtains, bedspreads, towels, kitchen utensils, purses & wlglets — all in good condition & for sale cheap. CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES 25 Lb. Whole or Sliced — Sugared $13.25 These Strawberries are here now and available while supply lasts. MICHIGAN FRUITS It you are ordering for more than one person please place order* seperately. .30 -12 .22 -II -30 .15 .20 .10 .30 .20 -10 . 8 -30 Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb, Lb. Lb, S -. — S .. NS . — NS . IQF — IQF 8',i Lb. -30 .15 -25 12 22 II .30 .15 -30 .15 -28 .30 -15 .15 -10 .30 -15 .10 30 Lb Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb, Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. -UVz Lb. -23 Lb. STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIES BLUEBERRIES — NS BLUEBERRIES — NS APPLES — S — GOOSEBERRIES — NS GOOSEBERRIES — NS PEACHES — IQF APRICOTS — S APRICOTS — S —BLACKBERRIES — IQF BLACKBERRIES — IQF ------ DRK. SWEET CHERRIES — S DRK. SWEET CHERRIES — S .. DRK. SWEET CHERRIES — NS DRK. SWEET CHERRIES — NS RED PIE CHERRY — S RED PIE CHERRY — S HED PIE CHERRY — NS RED PIE CHERRY — NS RED RASPBERRIES — NS BOYSENBERRY — IQF BOYSENBERRY — IQF CHUNK PINEAPPLE — NS CHUNK PINEAPPLE — S CHUNK PINEAPPLE — 8 CRUSH PINEAPPLE — NS CRUSH PINEAPPLE — S CRUSH PINEAPPLE — 8 RHUBARB — IQF RHUBARB — IQF -@ $15.50 -@ 5 7.15 -@ $13.65 -® S 7.15 -@ SI8.80 -@ $ 9.95 314.50 -@ S 7.75 $12.50 -@ S10.10 -® $ 5.95 $ 5.35 $15,80 $ 5.65 -@ $23.00 -® $12.25 -@ $13.25 -@ $ 6.85 @ $12.55 -@ $ 6.75 -® $12.20 -® S 7.15 -® $12.80 -® S 7.60 -® $23.60 -® $23.00 -® $12.25 -® S 7.90 -@ $ 5.75 -@ $14.30 -@ $ 7.15 ® $ 5.15 @ $12.80 -@ S 4.95 @ $ 8.35 NOTE: Prices on tome sizes ol peaches, red raspberries, and Blk. raspberries have not arrived yet because of crop shortages. If you wish these you may leave an order and we'll let you know prices when we get them and if they will be available. IQF—Means fruit individually frozen with no sugar. HS—Mean* no sugar. 8—Means sugared. Get your orders In now. Phone or mall us this bandy order blank. You will be notified by phone or mall when your fruit will arrive- Probably last week of July or First week of Auugst. Prices are subject to change without notice. KITCH'S LOCKER 600 NORTH MAIN STREET — BOX 156 MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS PHONE 734-341$ Pftdrla Livestock | PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 125; not enough to test market. Hogs 4,300; mostly 25 lower under 270 lb, heavier steady; No 1*2 200-230 lb 38.75-39.25, few 39.50; No 14 200-250 lb 38.25-38.75; No 24 240-270 lb 37.5048.25, 270-290 lb 37.00-37.50, 290-300 lb 36.50-37.00; No 2-4 300325 lb 36.0046.50; 1 lot No 3-4 360 lb 34.50. Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through June 18 Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 2,000; strong to mostly 25, instances 60, 'higher-; No 1-2, 200-235 lb 39.2549.50; 30 head 39.65; No 14 200-250 lb 38.5039.25, mostly 38.7649.25; No 2-3 240-270 lb 38.0048,75; No 2-4 270 290 lb 37.5048.00; NO 3-4 290410 b 36.00-37.50. Cattle and calves 125; too few steers and heifers for test. Sheep 100; lambs 50-1.50, mostly 1.00 lower; choice and prime spring 38.0049.00; early small lot 40.00; choice 37.0038.00; good 36.00-37.00. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Oheese: Processed loaf 70.2540.50; single daisies 7842; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 8992.50, B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: steady to weak; unchanged to off 1; extra large 80 off 1; large 69 off 1; medium 65 unch; standard 51 unch; pullets 47 unch; checks 42 unch. Withdrawals Deposits Cash balance Public debt $268,859,078,097.82 239,921,052,560.21 7,562,303,280.77 456,127,661,498.79 Lot No. 61 LITTLE SWAN LAKE BUILDING LOT Very good location amid new homes. Nice view of lake, fishing, swimming, golf and many other fun activities. A Good Buy at $3,850 Phone 343-5547 GOLD - BUYING GOLD X. F. or better by type $20—gold pieces ._..$H5.00 10—gold pieces 65.00 5—gold pieces 47.00 2\'a— gold pieces 42.00 1—gold pieces 75.00 Ph. 342-3329 Before 9:30 or after 5 Buying pre-85 silver paying 62% HUGE BASEMENT SALE 282 Highland Ave. (S.W. Corner West North St.) FRIDAY, JUNE 22 SATURDAY, JUNE 23 9 to 6 o'clock Linens, lots of toys, needlecraft Items, .dolls, nice clothing for children, men and women, rugs, furniture, misc. B&B CATTLE CO. Burlington Northern Monmouth, III. Stockyard* Ph. (309) 734-5181 AT THE YARDS 190 Angus and Angus WP steers, avg. wt. 650 lbs. 90 Angus and Angus WP steers, avg. wt. 475 lb. 140 Angus and Angus WP heifers, avg. wt. 550 lbs. 75 Angus and Angus WF heifers, avg. wt. 670 lbs. Arriving the End ol the Week 180 Angus and Angus WF steers, expected to avg. 450 lbs. 100 Angus and Angus WF heifers, expected to avg. 425 lbs. MIKE BRENNAN JOHN WEAVER 734-3106 734-5426 WALK-IN SALE Frl., June 22 — 1 p.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday — All Day Clothing — all sizes, nic-nacs, Neo-Life Natural Foods and Cosmetics, Grimes — 304 N. Swaris St. ABINGDON, ILL. YARD SALE Friday, June 22-9-5 222 S. Simmons WATAGA, ILL. Clothes, bowling ball, athletic shoes, miniature lamps, brlc- brac and other choice junk. WANTED TO GIVE AWAY Seven 6 week old puppies. Mother, Black Labrador. Phone 879-2318 JOB WANTED FOR SUMMER Babysitting children 3 to 10 years old. Call 343-7064 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 story beautiful 3 or 4 bedroom, living room, dining room, family room, large kitchen, baths, fireplace, and lot more extras. Home shown by appointment only at 1388 N. Broad. 343-6479. Mid 20's. In oil FOR SALE 10x50 RICHARDEON MOBILE HOME real good clean condition, heat, $1,595.00, furnished 1966 PLYMOUTH FURY STATION WAGON Looks like new -- runs like new $695.00 Call 343-8365 Between 8:30 a.m. - S p.m. NEIGHBORHOOD SALE 1713 N. SEMINARY Frl., June 22 — 9 a.m. - ? Sat., June 23 -- 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Dinette set, chaise lounge, dehumidifier, glassware, Rattan chair, movie-- thrillers,— toys, books, nic nacs, oars, clothing, some chubby, end tables, linens and etc. BACKYARD SALE 998 N. Seminary FRIDAY, JUNE 22 - 8-5 SATURDAY, JUNE 23 - 8-12 Something for Everyone FOR SALE 1964 VW BUS 1000 miles on overhaul, needs body work, QA 50 Honda Mini Bike, golden oak antique cocktail library table. Phone 342-0572 MOVING SALE JUNE 23, 24, 25 525 Iowa Ct. Fans, wigs, clothing, jewelry, beauty aids, small appliances, furniture, misc. items. WANTED Middleaged Lady 25 or. Complete control of kitchen in hotel for retired gentlemen, 6 days weekly. 8 hours a day. Contact: MRS. MOONEY 342-4018 YARD SALE Friday, June 22 9-? St. Augustine, III. 2 Blocks East of Route 41 Acroos from School House Window fans, electric coffee pots, toaster, rugs, bedspreads, dishes, rotissierie, lots of teen girls' clothes, womens clothes 10-16. NOTICE SATURDAY DELIVERY OF CONCRETE 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 GALESBURG BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 600 EAST MAIN ST. GALESBURG, ILL. WANTED EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Must have good typing speed with dictation and shorthand preferred. Good starting sal- airy with excellent fringe benefits. For further information contact Personnel Office, St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg Illinois Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. thru 4:30 p.m. PUBLIC AUCTION Furniture — Antiques — Miscellaneous As we are moving, we will sell the following personal property at residence located 3 mile West of London Mills, III., on Route 116 to Hermon Road, then 1 mile North, and % mile West Saturday, June 23, at* 12 Frlgldaire refrigerator; Coldspot 20 cu. ft. deep freeze; Singer console electric sewing machine; West Bend humidifier; large 3 speed window fan; Royal typewriter; portable radio; metal bed & springs; dressers; kitchen enamel top table; small stand tables. ANTIQUE & COLLECTOR ITEMS —Ant. glass door book case; ant. dining table with extra leaves and buffet; old dressers; small ant. book case; lots of books; ant. medicine cabinet with beveled mirror; hall tree seat bottom; ant. love seat and chair; oak library table; small ant. tables; wood rocker; reclining chair; other old chairs; wall telephone case; old base cabinets; pictures and frames; stone jars and jugs; fruit jars. Hand pressure sprayer with weed burner attachment; small hand and garden tools; numerous other items ... 7 Geese. CONSIGNED ITEMS— Cory humidifier; R.C.A. cabinet radio; Philco combination radio and record player; electric boat motor. Terms Cash . . . No Properly lo bo Removed Until Paid For Not Responsible for Accidents. Lunch on Grounds PAUL POWERS, Owner CARL STECK — Auctioneer Maquon, 111., Phone 875-3576 LAWRENCE COOK HELEN ELLISON — - Clerk Cashier For Sale Acreage BEST BUY On Black Top Just South from Altona on Walnut St. • 8 Acre tract has utilities at $12,000 • 3 Bedroom Ranch —Carpeted, 2 car garage & basement, (2 baths, many extras on 2 acres landscaped and fenced. $30,000 • Buy Now — Make an Offer. Possible to purchase with 10 Acres. Call 484-5993 for Appt. Leo Hager Broker, Auctioneer, Appraiser Farm Listings Needed DON'T LET A GASOLINE SHORTAGE SPOIL YOUR VACATION FUN! Instead install a new Central Air Conditioning System in your home . . . we are offering our new low rate. Call us for a Free Estimate. Financing Available THOMAS 2262 GRAND AVE. Phone 343-1101 PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY AUCTION ANTIQUES FURNITURE TOOLS SUNDAY, JUNE 24th — 1:00 PM LOCATION — Go East from Galesburg out Route 150 to the Deep Rock Gas Station — turn South 11/4 miles. As we have sold our home and moving out of the State, Cor- bln's Auction Service will sell the following merchandise: ANTIQUES: Square oak lamp table, Spool settee, Oak bookshelves, Solid round oak table 54'' pedestal. Several Antique dishes, Austria sugar and creamer, Milk glass. Old books, Antique cupboard in Pine, Several old telephones. Hall tree, Milk can with mushroom top. Kerosene lantern, Piece of marble, Corn sheller, Grinding wheel. 2 Antique sorghum pans. FURNITURE: Curved front Kroehler Sofa in crushed velvet. Step end tables and lamp table, Drum top Duncan Phyfe table, Thinline G.E. TV in black and white, Kneehole desk and chair, Singer console sewing machine, bookshelves, Maple couch with wooden arms, Mahogany Chippendale 5 piece bedroom suite complete, bedding and lineni Hollywood bed, Vanity lamps, Luggage, Credenza buffet, 6 Chippendale chairs; Large dining room table, Hoover upright sweeper, Metal filing cabinets, Lots of books, 5 piece Bronzetone dropleaf dinette set, 13 cubic ft. G.E, refrigerator-freezer, Ironing board, Whirlpool automatic washer, pots, pans and dishes, Ping pong table, Folding cot, Storage trunk, Humidifier, Window fan, Army cots, Coolers, Milk Cooler, Roll around sweeper. TOOLS: B r> Table Saw, Jig Saw. Motor, Level, Lots of small hand tools, Remington chain saw. Work bench—solid walnut, 275 gal, tank, Hayrack—rubber tired, Garden and yard tools, Picnic table—large, Bike parts, 14' wood & fiberglass runabout, boat trailer. Lots of other misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland (Rollie) Eekman Sr., Owners CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE — Phone 343-9033 COOK and WOODS, Auctioneers DELENE COOK, Clerk SALE TO BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE Owners and Auctioneers assume No Responsibility In Case of Accidents Should Any Occur. l^Jl T IE RELIABLE Male For FULL TIME employment in locally owned men's clothing store. Must have sales ability, neat in appearance and willingness to work. Contact in Person, C. W. Knaack, MALE'S CLOTHING CO. PUBLIC SALE Having sold the house that belonged to my father, the late Lester P. Hanchett I will sell the following personal property at the house located at the Corner of Oak and Berrlan Streets in Galesburg, Illinois (just 1 block South of Grand Ave), on SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1973 AT 12:00 NOON ANTIQUES Very nice walnut dining table with 10 leaves and custom made pad; 4 nice walnut chairs for above table; very good walnut bul- fet; beautiful cast iron cook stove In like new cond; very good walnut library table; good solid oak dinette table and 4 matching oak chairs; walnut 4 poster double bed; very old walnut radio ana desk cabinet comb.; very good oak students table; hand corn planter; old eyeglasses; brass elcc. light; wrought iron floor lamp; 2 stone Jugs; 8 gal. stone Jar; stone crocks; beer stein; kraut stomp- er; reversible flour sifter; some wicker baskets; some graniteware; Currier and Ives plate; some old tools; old dresser; some depression glass; 2 blue cream pitchers; 2 old stone jars; Cobalt blue vase; hand carved walnut furniture legs; 4— 2"x2" walnut pieces of lumber; some oak and walnut pieces of lumber would bo good for repairing antique furniture; other Items. HOUSEHOLD, TOOLS and MISC. ITEMS Late model QE. refrigerator-freezer In very good cond.; good leather davenport; Motorola TV; utility table; Hoover upright clec. vacuum cleaner; hand trunk; fruit Jars; granite roaster; hospital trays; misc. kitchen items; good Davis rotary lawn mower with new engine; hand sprayer; 2 step ladders; 3 wheel yard cart; hand saws; work table; home good hand tools; tool boxes; some paint; some copper; lots of misc. items. Mrs. Margaret Hanchett Soule, Owner Auctioneer—JIM FOLGER, WiUUmtileld, 111., Ph. 878-2373 Clerks—LESTER «nd IRENE JOHNSON TERMS: CASH Not Responsible tor Accidents NOTE: Everything on this sale hs« hsd exceptional care and in good condition. II you want good clean merchandise plea to •fiend. 2 PLEA MARKET 2 *«y* Antique Car Show Do y* June 23 and June 24 - 6:30 AM THE OLD COURTHOUSE COURT - KNOX VI LIB, ILL. Parade - SAT.. 3:30 P .M. — Supper Meal ~ 8 P .M. * $1.25 Sttect Dance ** 8 P .M. — $1.00 Per Couple MUSIC BY OLIVER SMITH'S BAND Dealer Space Available — Antique Car Owners Welcome Trophies Awarded to Best Cars. Phone 309-269.2731 PUBLIC SALE Due to the death of my mother I will sell the following personal property at the house located in the west edge of Wll- llamsficld, Illinois (turn west off Rte. 180 at Standard Service' Station then go through town to end of street, then 1 block north and 2 blocks west) on SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1973 at 1:00 P.M. — ANTIQUES Nice glass front china cabinet with storage space below' — nice antique oak rocker; Wicker bottom straight chair; 2 very old oak straight chairs; old Sllvertone radio and wire recorder comb, (needs repair); nice captain's chair; Large oak rocker; Some pictures and frames; Old Ford spoke wheel and tire; Stone iug; 2 Wash boards; Old barn board painting; very old wood store box; case Iron griddle; nice kerosene lamp; milk glass vase; buffet; bud vases; Some old books including Horatio Alger and Zane Grey; some old bottles; a few insulators; Old grindstone; other Items, - HOUSEHOLD ITEMS - Sllvertone 25" color TV" set only 2Vi yrs. old In very good cond.; good matching Red davenport and chair; 3 piece bedroom outfit including double bed, dresser and chest of drawers; dinette table and 4 chairs; Skelgas gas stove; Frlgldaire elec. stove; good Kenmore elec. sewing machine with button hole attach. In blond cabinet; good desk; small desk; gossip bench; utility table; picnic table; 2 metal lawn chairs; some silverware; misc. pots, pans and kitchen utensils; approx. 100 ft. of garden hose; misc. items. KENNETH DEWOLFE, Owner At The Same Time and Place The Following Items Will Be Sold By Truro Township from The Old Town Hall. 26 Round back Antique wood chairs; several other old chairs for parts; nice oak library table with drawer; large wood table; 2 old wood tables; approx. 20 ft. of very old hand carved wood railing. Auctioneer—JIM FOLGER, WUHamsfield, 111., Ph. 879-2373 Clerks—LESTER JOHNSON and LAWRENCE COOK TERMS: CASH Not Responsible for Accidents PUBLIC SALE As we have sold our acreage and are moving to town we will sell at public auction at our home located 1 mile north of Abingdon on Route 41 and 1 mile West Saturday, June 23, 1973 BEGINNING AT 1 P.M. SHARP MACHINERY Ford tractor number 8N on real good rubber in "A" one condition, 2 bottom Ford tractor plow, also 2 row cultivator, and Ford disc with 3 point hitch, one 6 foot section of harrow, John Deere tractor spreader, 2 wheel trailer, 3 point lift 6 foot long for tractor. Air compressor, 300 gal. gas barrel on stand. MISCELLANEOUS Log chains, forks, shovels, iron post driver, skill saw, scythes, 10 foot extension ladder, 12 foot ladder, levels, rubber belt, barb wire stretcher, extension cords, cow kicker chains, 3 squares, chicken crate, some window frames, bolt cabinet, crow bars, old hinges, pipe wrench, grinder with motor, anvil, gas can, vice, clevis, small house jack, some small tools, water tank, 4 hog troughs, lantern with batteries, harness punch, several rods of woven wire, 20 iron posts, 8 hedge posts, 8 ce'dar posts, barb wire, electric drill, large tool chest, chicken feeder, garden plow, calf buckets, lawn chairs, 2 flower vases. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, FURNITURE AND ANTIQUES Dining room table and matching buffet, real nice, bed and dresser, bedstead and mattress, kitchen cabinet, metal cabinet, curtain rods, small fan, TV snack tables, dollies for moving refrigerators, man's fur coat, table model cream separator, several steel milk carriers, 3 wooden milk carriers, flower pots, egg case, 2 small radios, glass churn, kerosene lamp, stone jars, fruit jars, meat grinder, old fruit press, meat saw, buck saw, shaving mug, wooden button paddle, antique writing pen, picture album, picture frames, some Swedish Victor records for record player, lots of old stamps, some real old newspapers, old doctor book, and many articles too numerous to mention. SHEEP 9 head ewes, 12 large lambs. MR. and MRS. CARL MILLER, Owners R.R. ABINGDON, ILLINOIS Auctioneer: EVERETT MORSS, 105 S. Ohio, Abingdon, Ph. 462-3090 Clerics: Fred Danforlh and Beverly Morrison TERMS: CASH Not Responsible for Accidents WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS ESTATE AUCTION Sat., June 23 - 1:00 P.M. 407 S. Broad St., Knoxville, Illinois To. settle the estate of Ernest Bernard Schenck, Deceased, the following will be sold to the highest bidder: ANTIQUES: Some good pink Depression ware dishes, square oak table with ornate legs and 5 oak chairs, several hand made quilts, 2 china doll heads, lots of good antique dishes; some good oak tables, wood-with-cane book rack, small corner whatnot shelf, lots of primitive iron and wood pieces, blue jardineer, some good old picture frames, old Indian arrowheads and hatchet stones, some collector's items of rocks, long Butternut flower table, Nippon tea set, old 10 ga, shotgun hulls, 2 Satin Glass candle holders, 2 old World War mess kits, one with message from soldier, antique fruit cabinet, shoe cobblers outfit, oak combination bookcase and desk, sad irons, 3 old turtle back trunks, high back wicker rocker, cane bot).om sewing rocker, Gilbert mantle clock, oak commode, 2 oak dressers, 3 cane bottom oak straight chairs, round piano stool with claw and ball feet, oak pedestal, cane bottom ladderback chair, good walnut chest of drawers, :, ,4 walnut bed complete, ornate iron bed complete, some good oak tables made by Mr. Schenck, other furniture, oak hall tree, some old buttons, nice old oak rocker, 2 sets of old silverware, vanity set with triple beveled mirrors and caned bench, long heavy oak huffet - traditional style. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND TOOLS: End tables, walnut glasstop coffee table, piano and bench, studio couch, 2 piece rose living room suite, green swivel platform rocker, whatnot shelf, West Demi humidifier, beige club chair, one 12x12 rug in good shape, one 9x12 rug, Admiral 21" console TV, floor lamps, table lamps, table radio, Zero window fan, projector and movie screen, 2 good mohair club chairs, full size panel bed complete, chestrobe, 2 solid cedar chests, betiding and linens, Electrolux tank-type sweeper, electric stove, Coldspot refrigerator, pots, pnns and dishes, wringer washer, lots of carpenter tools and mechanics tools. Craftsman lawn mower, sot of extension ladders, 2 sets of golf clubs, graden and yard tools and lots of misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. THE FARMERS it MECHANICS BANK, Executor of estate of Ernest Bernard Schenck, Deceased. PEEL, HENNING, MATHERS It BELL, Attorneys, Galesburg, Illinois DALE COFFEY—Auctioneer, 343-8365 — Robert Stewart, Clerk RALPH COFFEY—Auctioneer, 342-8512 — Lorraine Lynn, Cashier BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Baiemenr, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this typo mu$t be in our office by noon the day before ad Is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7101 READ THE WANT ADS! READ THE WANT ADS!
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