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Golesbura Rjfegjstef-MajGoiesburQ, 111, Wednesdoy, July 18, 1973 1 27 Market Reports Today OALE8BURO0W)KR BuYEt© UfUlflM NMIM1H swcKytrn Quotations: No. 14. 200-030 I43.25-M3.50 No. 14: 200-230 .....143.00-143.25 No. 1-3: 230-210 -$42.00-143.00 No. 2-3: M0-3W .,.:|4025-$42.« Packing Sows: $36.00-137.50 READ 1*HE WANT ADS! Buy Food For Loss at tht TRADING POST Lg. 24 Sia* Htad LETTUCE Each 29^ Na v Crop Mad. ONIONS lb. 15< Good luck OLEO 3 u, $ r Amarican Baauly CATSUP > 12 ez. • Bott. 39< Aged Colby Longhom CHEESE lb. 98? Young Tender S»«f lb. LIVER 79m Rath's Hickory Smoked BACON 1 & 99* I jyj.iiij.i.'aatai FOLGERS S COFFEE *2.39 3 Lb. Can With This Coupon Without Coupon 2.79 TRADING POST Exp. 7-21-73 JBK3SEB2ZNL H Folgert Instant ft " COFFEE " H.19 10 oz. Jar With (his Coupon Without Coupon 1.69 TRADING POST Exp. 7-21-73 £ OPEN PIT BAR B0 SAUCE 49 t 21 oz Btl. With This Coupon Without Coupon 59c TRADING POST Exp. 7-21-73 S «T PALMOLIVE J Liq. Detgt, fl % 59< • With This Coupon Without Coupon 80c TRADING POST Expires 7-21-73 g 11011110011 SUPER MKT, TRADING POST 1515 E MAIN ST. CHICAGO tTTOCKYARW ATKINSON MARIUCT Volume: 1,200. Butcher Trend: $142 high' ef. Live- No. 14: 200-225 No. 24: 100-240 240-270 280-300 445.50440.00 .$4fte^F$4 r )tta$0 S42.90444.00 Sow Trend: $143 higher. 300-500 ..$40.00443.00 Boars: 350 lbs, up •..•$30.75437.15 GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain ft Supply Co. Market may either-go up or down by 1:30 pjn. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) .$2.20 New Corn $1.95 No. 2 Oats .84 No. 1 Beans (new) ....$6.55 No. 2 Wheat .........$2.67 Ntrii Ltotttck PEORIA, tU. (UPI) stock: Cattle 700; steers 50-1.00 high* if; hellers 50-75 higher; choice steers 40.00-50.00; good and choice 47.0040.00; choice tad prime htdfan 41.0040.25; choke 40.5040.00; good and choice 4l.Sf4f.00. Ws J,M0; opening fully 1.001.50 higher under 250 lb, heavier not fully established; No 1-2 200235 lb 45.5040.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb mostly 45.0045.50, few 44.50; No 2-3 240-270 lb 44.50-45.25. Jollef Livestock JOUET, III. (UPI) - Live* Stock: Cattle 1,000; steers and heifers 2540 higher; high choice steers 50.0040.50; choice 4fl.50-50.00; good and choice 47.2540.50; choice heifers 47.0048.50; good and choice 45.7547.00; canner and cutter cows 30.00-36.25. Hogs 600; 75-1.25 higher; No 14 200-240 lb 44.2545.00; No 14 200-250 lb 43.5044.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 42.7543.50; No 34 205 lb 41.50. Now York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 11% IBM 315% AlldChem 34% Int Harv 30 Alld Sirs 24% Int Nick 30% Allis Chal 9% Int Paper 34% Alcoa 57% Int T&T 32% Am Air 10% Iowa P&L 22 Am Can 31% Johns-Mn 23% Am Cyan 24% Kennecott 27% AmElPwr 20% Keys Cons 15% Am Mtrs 8 Kresge 37% Am T&T 52% Kroger 16% Anaconda 21 YA Lib McN 5% Ashl Oil 25% Litton 9 Atl Rich 82% Lockhd 6% Avco lOVi Mar Oil 28 Bea Fds 22% Maytag 31 Bendix 35% Merck 89 Beth Stl 28% Minn Min 83% Boeing 18% Mobil Oil 60% Borden 23% Monsanto 53% Cap C Bdg 46'i Nat Bis 42% Catplr 58% Olin Corp 14% Celanese 33% Outbd M 34% Cen 111 Lt 22% Owens-Ill 30 Cen Tel 24% Penn Cen 2 Cessna 21% Penney 79% Chrysler 24% Pepsi Cola 83 Cities Svc 43 Pfizer 49% Coca-Cola 140% Phil. Pet 51% Colum Gas 27%Procter G 107% Comm Ed 30% Quak Oat 33 Comsat 50% RCA 25% Cons Ed 23 Rep Stl 24% Cont Can 25% Revlon 64% Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 1,500; unevenly 1.00-200 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb 45.0045.50, 00 head 45.75; No 1-3 200250 lb 44.5045.25; No 24 240-200 lb 44.0044.75; No 34 300350 lb 40.5041.25. Cattle and calves 350; steers and heifers 25-75 higher; choice steers 48.00 • 49.25; load good 46.50; load choice heifers 46.25; small package mostly prime 48.00; good and choice 45.0046.00. Sheep 200; lambs steady; choice and prime spring 36.5037.00; choice 35.50-36.50; good 34.00-35.50. Thursday estimated receipts: 25 cattle, 600 hogs. . Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 9,000; uneven, fully 1.00-1.25 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 43.7544.25, few 44.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 43.2544.00; No 2-3 240-200 lb 42.2543.25. READ THE WANT ADS! — PRESBYTERIAN — . RESALE SHOP ECONOMY CORNER Knoxville, III. OVEN THUMB. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mew Entrance oa Eaat Side of Church Cont Oil 29% CPC Intl 28% Dana 28% Deere 43% Du Pont 169 Safeway 32% St. Regis' 39 SanFelnd 25% Sears 99 Shell Oil 50% Eastman 139% Simmons 20% Exxon 92% So Pac 31% Firestone 19% Ford Mtrs 55 Fruehauf 26 Gam Sko.27% Gen Dyna 20 Gen El 60 Gen Fds 25V 2 Gen Mtrs 65% Gen Tel 30 Gen Tire 19% Goodrich 21% Goodyear 24% Gulf Oil 22% 111 Cent 19% 111 Pwr 25% Inland Stl 20% Sperry 44% Std Bds 50 SO Ind 82% Stvns JP 26 Stude 36% Texaco 32% Tex Inst 95% Un Carb 37% Un El 16% Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 22 US Stl 29% West Un 24% Wstghs El 36% Weyerh 63% Woolwrth 20% There are about 50,000 thatched roof cottages in England. FOR SALE GOOD HOKE CROWN SWEET CORN ALSO HOME GROWN GREEN BEANS 1108 Grand Ave. FOR SALE by OWNER CAPE COD HOME Heated garage, concrete drive, family room, S% b ath, central air, 3 large bedrooms. 1299 BRIDGE AVE. Bhown By Apot. Only PHONE M1-1M4 MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Advisor 189 N. HENDERSON ST. (Next to Ssastsdt Realty) 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help you! All readings confidential. For appolntmenti Call 3424639 Watch for alga tOTCMtOOTIR >B |Oon't Dig Up Your Sewei No Charge If We Fail Call 343 6913 — or Phone 3424430 GUARANTEED WORK AUCTION WEST END Or BRIDGE AVENUE AT 1323 IN THE MAST SUBDIVISION SATURDAY, July 21 — 1:00 P.M. _ As wo have aold our home and moving Corbtn'a will aell our Furniture and Furnishing* as follows: Admiral Stereo AM and FM Radio in Mediterranean, Two Brass Lamps, Green Lazy Boy Chair, Plaid Hide-A-Way Bed, Set of Step End Tables and Cocktail table with Marolite top, several Table lamps and Floor Lamps. Two Wing Back chairs, Two piece Oak Danish Modern Davenport and Chair with Vinyl Cushions, Wood Grain Record Cabinet, Table model Radio, Lota of Books, TV Stand, Floor Fan and Window Fan, De- humidtfier, Card Table and six chairs, Oval 9x12 Rug, Square 9x12 Rug, Mission Oak Dinding Room Set with two host chairs and four upholstered straight, chairs, Reflectory, Table, Gun Rack, Two Twin Jenny Lind Beds, Dresser, Two nlte stands, Desk and Chair all in White, Hollywood Bed Frame, Clothes Hamper and stool, Lots of Blankets and Linen, Nlte Stand, Five piece woodgrain top Dinette with six chairs, Admiral Imperial Duplex side by side Refrigerator and Freezer, Frlgidaire Automatic Dishwasher (four level) with wood grain top. Lady Kenmore Coppertone Electric Washer and Dryer, Small Electrical Appliances, Lota of Centerpieces, Glass ware, Lots of Dishes, Lot of Jigsaw puzzles, Golf Bag, many games, Ping Pong table, picnic table; Large Stone Jars, 24" Girls and Sting Ray Bicycles, Lawn Boy Electric start 21" Mower, Childs Wagon, Unicycle, Garden and Yard'Tools and other misc. merchandise. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ARTZ. Owners CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE — 343-3353 COOK and WOOD, Auctioneers DELENE COOX, Clerk Auctioneers and Owners assume no responsibility In case of Accidents should they occur. 13 Wonted To Buy FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES $29*9431 529-9493 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION of LAURA STATE BANK of Williamsfield and subsidiaries at the close of business on June 30, 1073. Published in Response to Call of the Commisisoner of Banks and Trust Companies of the State of Illinois. ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks 351,463.61 2. U.S. Treasury securities 250,000.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions .. 90,997.21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell '... 600,000.00 Other loans (including $1,904.87 overdrafts) 1,537,357.18 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 107,790.44 Other assets 1,506.58 14. TOTAL ASSETS ..... .1 $2,939,115.02 LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 1,308,042.49 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . 875,399.28 Deposits of United States Government . 1,668.96 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 448,068.59 Certified and officers, checks, etc. — 5,482.93 TOTAL DEPOSITS 02,638,662.25 (a) Total demand deposits $1,578,358.97 (b) Total time and savings deposits .$1,060,303.28 27. Other liabilities 38,717.68 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES —— —- 2,677,379.93 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) 20,581.85 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS 20,581.85 33 APPLY NOW We Train Men to Work As LIVESTOCK BUYERS If you have some livestock •xpgrisnca w« will train you to buy cattle* ahttp and hot** For e local Interview, writ* today with your background. Include your complete »d- drttl «nd phono number, ami mm, INC Suite 107*000 fees* City, M» #4114 AND 42 241,153.24 100,000.00 SECURITIES . CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital, total (items 36 to 40 below) — Common stock'total par value 70,000.00 (No. shares authorized 700) (No. shares outstanding 700) Surplus Undivided profits 61,153.24 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 10,000.00 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 34 and 35 above) 241,153.24 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES.AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 28, 29, 33, and 41 above) $2,939,115.02 I, Earlene Lutby, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct-Attestf EARLENE LUTHY EVERETT BITNER GERALD C. WEAVER - PHILIP J. RYAN Directors State of Illinois, County of Knox, ss. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11 day of July, 1973. My commission expires Feb. 9, 197$. (Notary's Seal) CHARLEf Y. THOMPSON, Notary Public Quality Precast Concrttt MANUFACTURED IN GALlftfttlftG # Scalloped lawn Mower Trim with Inside of outside corners. # Ask about our V* squares to ring 18" & 24" round to make a 30, 36 or 48" square. # 7 Foot Parking Curbing*. # 6 A 7 Foot Parking Logs. # Special prices for quantity purchases of parking logs & curbing*. GALESBURG CONCRETE MATERIAL CO. 1050 MONMOUTH BLVD. PH. 343-3101 ANTIQUES AUCTION WW||TUM CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 North Wont St. THURSDAY, JULY 19fh — 7.00 P.M. AMTIQVCSt Butternut kitchen cabinet; pine chair tobVs-, Lyon-Healy Vlcirola with records; 4 drawer antique dreeser bate with hankefchtef boxes on aide: oval antique table with porcelain c uteri; 3 oak commodes; oa« tnuale cabinet, antique medicine cabinet; fern' stand; oak drop front ladles desk; wicker blanket cheat: wicker plant standi rocktaf chain; oak cheat; wooden chain; davenport table. FURNITURE: Realistic solid aUte communications receiver, like new; sectional sofa; Early American recliner; club chair: record cabinet; console color T.V. set; Zenith ateree consols record player; 11x13 all over pattern rug; round maple drop-leaf table; maple student* desk; hall tree; Duncan-Phyfe dropleaf table With 3 leaves; 2 pc. bedroom suite consisting ox double dresser and mirror and bookcase bed; twin beds; linens; maple chest of drawers; maple baby bed; all kinds of baby accessories; childrens toys including tricycles and wagon; brass vanity stool; typewriter; Westbend humidifier; bar-b-que grins; rubber tire wheelbarrow; garden and yard tools; 2 electric hedge trimmers; umbrella clothes line; set of bar bells; Coronado automatic washer; Magic Chef gaa stove; metal hl-chair; Hoover Upright cleaner; 2 bail top fruit Jars; gas space heater with blower; metal wardrobe; Cosco tables; pots, pans, dishes. Like new the weavers delight loom msnufsciursd by Ihs Nswcomb Loom Co., Davenport, Iowa. CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE DeLENE COOK—Clsrk Phone 343-1011 COOK and WOODS—Auctioneers AUCTION — FURNITURE — ANTIQUES 311 NORTH 8CANOIA — ALPHA, ILLINOIS SUNDAY, July 32nd—1:00 P.M. Turn Eaat at ths School snd go one block. As we have sold our home and moving out of the state, Corbins will sell our furniture and Antiques as follows: ANTIQUES: Metal safe bank, sterc-o-scopc and pictures, Melal Clock with Trojsn Wsrrlor on top mede by Peacock of Chicago, Spoon rack and spoons—sterling silver, Birdseye Dressers with mirrors, Birdscye Vanity, and Nite Stand, Walnut Drop Front Ladles Desk, Stone Jars, Japdenler. FURNITURE: Xroehlsr 32" Cold thrse cushion sofa. Vinyl Reel Iner, mahogany end table and lamp, 2 piece sectional, folding chair, Tree lamp, Club chair and magazine rack, Electric clock and shadow box, Brandt record cabinet, S3 record albums, pictures and books, set Encyclopedias and wood case, 2 oak stands, Lamp table, 2 TV stands, Vacuum Sweeper, White Rotary Cabinet Sewing machine, 3 sets snack trays, Telescope, 2 desk lamps, Sewing Cabinet, Electrolux (1 yr. old), 3 piece bedroom suite, bedding and linen, Spread, Twin Beds, Wooden Chest, Throw Rugs and Pillows, Bar Bell Set, Roll-A-Way Bed, 2 baby Beds, Costume Jewelry, Stuffed Animals, Gun Rack, Bobbsle Twin Book, Blender, G.E. Refrigerator and Freezer. Pin up Lamp, Blackboard, 30" Norse Divided top Gas stove with Vista Door oven, G.E. Heavy Duty Washer and Electric Dryer, Pots. Pans, and Dishes, 2 base cabinets, Kitchen Stool, Vases, Thermos, Misc. Bale Jars and Mason Dated, Lawn Chairs and 4 folding chairs, Tackle Box, Sander, Hedge Trimmers, Saw Horses, Hand Mower, 3 sets Snow Tires, Misc. Toys and Tools. Complete set of Tool & Dye Maker Tools. OWNER SYLVIA JOHNSON CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE—Phone 343-1013 COOK and WOODS—Auctioneers DsLENE COOK—Clsrk and Csshier SALE TO BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Saturday Morning July 21st 10 AM 1563 W. WATERS Due to health of Mrs. Ernstein we are moving into an apartment and the following will be sold to the Highest Bidder: Gold velvet club chair; large white taplstry davenport; fruit wood coffee table with inlaid marble top; floor lamps; black naujha- hyde hidabed, (can't be told from new); Zenith B&W console T.V.; table lamps; 2 odd club chairs; 3-pc. childs table set; Baby Tcnda high chair; some childs toys; tricycle; Lane cedar chest; mahogany credenza type buffet; 3-pc. modern walnut bedroom suite consisting of triple dresser, large chest of drawers and panel bed complete with box spring & matt,; antique spool cabinet; 2 square nite stands; 2 piece French Provincial bedroom suite consisting of Mr. and Mrs. dresser, good chest of drawers and bed complete; 1 — 5 drawer chest; childs rocker; rollaway bed; portable record player; 5 pc. dinette set with walnut wood grain top table and 4 good chairs; Kenmore 70 automatic washer and Kenmore solid state elec, dryer with elec. sensor; older G.E. refrlgrator; step ladders; several sheets of fibre glass; NOTICE: lots of misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. Doctor ond Mrs Lester Ernstein, Owners Auctioneers—DALE COFrEY, RALPH COFFEY—343-3313 Clerk—ROBERT STEWART Csshier—LORRAINE LYNN Public Auction The following personal property of the Estate of Mae E. Harrison, will be sold at her former residence located at 104 N. Sanburn St., Knoxville, 111. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1973 AT 1:30 P.M. ANTIQUES, COLLECTOR & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Antique walnut - cupboard with glass top doors; ant, walnut dropleaf table with castors & extra leaves; 4 ant. kitchen chairs with front castors; ant. walnut dresser with marble top front, top side drawers & small shelves, mirror & castors; small ant. walnut secretary; ant. walnut high back bed with spring & mattress; ant. marble top commode; large long ant. mirror & frame; ant. dresser; walnut pedestal stand; walnut stand; other stand tables; vanity bench; cedar chest; ant. wood arm chair; ant. straight chairs; ant. high chair; 4 chrome dinette chairs; occasional chair; stack glass door bookcase; ant. picture frames; elec. china globe & base lamp; kerosene wall lamp & bracket; other kerosene lamps; large Tiffany lamp shade; elec. floor St table lamps; sofa; recllner chair; Electro- lux sweeper with wind up cord St attachments; Kirby sweeper & attach.; metal bed spring it mattress. Approx, OxlS wool rug & pad; throw rugs; bedding; linens It lace work it yard goods; linen & lace table cloths; clocks; old greeting 8c poet cards; whatnot items; Atlas of the World 1901, other books; pull out single it doublet cot; Ironrite ironer; folding ironing board; elec. iron; sawing basket; luggage; card table; Christmas decorations; flat irons; walnut comb box; old candle holder; small glass bell; ant. hand bell; china doll bead; dresser set; old button collection; green glass violin; vases; towel rack; walnut crumb scraper; glass desk pen 4c pencil holders; several kitchen wood- ware items; small elec. appliances. Old Peoria pottery crock; other ant. stone crocks & jars; glass pitchers, cream it sugar, salt Sc pepper; glass candy Jars; Chins painted musical tea pot; old childs A B C plate; Aesop's Fables, The Cock & The fox; several brand name Chin* painted plates it saucers; Depression glass items; large glass cake platter; large glass compote with lid; milk glass compote; other China & glass items; dishes & pans; Holmes & Edwards Inlaid silverware set for 8; other silverware items; step ladder; mail box; small hand tools; other small items. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is an outstanding Hie ot some very good Antique Wslnut FumUuxe# and other merchandise. TERMS—CASH No property to be removed until paid for. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. LESLIE B. McCOY, CONSERVATOR for Estate of MAE E. HARRISON CARL STECK—Auctioneer — Maquon, 111., Ph. 875-3571 LAWRENCE COOK—Clerk KEITH BROWN—Csihlsr McLaughlin It Hsllsry, Attorneys — B»nk of Cslesburg Building Phone 343-SUS Read the Want Ads PUBLIC SALE IN THE COUNTRY 1 mite north and 2'i mile *e*t of the Historic Village ot Bishop Hill or 3% mile north of Nekoma on Rte. W then */* mils east or %Vt mile south of Cambridge on Rte 12 then *A mile east ! SATURDAY, JULY 21st i COMMENCING AT 11 AM SHARP i . ANTIQUES: German Bisque Dolls, Brass steam engine whistle, •olid wslnut Swedish Buffett, Carved door kitchen cupboard, 1893 —Rc-ysl hand painted lamp, Flo blue dishes, depression glassware, Vinegar cruets, Sherbets & water glasses, old picture frames, Edison diamond Disc phonograph, Schiller piano, year 1900—Roll playing Angelus organ 'rare' 239 rolls for -mis organ, Maple commode, 2— cane bottom chairs, 4—walnut parlor chairs, Jenny Lind spool bed, Walnut bed, Walnut fainting couch, Ingraham 1929 banjo "telbek, oak swivel chair, World War I helmet, Child's oak rocker,'3—treadle sewing machines, Walnut dropleaf table, Wooden clothes racR.'year 1900 oak sideboard, Maple swing rocker. Walnut platform Ko'cker, several other rockers & chairs, 3-wall telephones, Pink glass^Aladdin lamp, Coleman gasoline lamp. Coffee grinder, Junior De-Laval cream separator, piano stool—glass ball claw foot, upholsterjti 'SUp plies, seed corn hangers. Many Other Items In a 60 Year Aiiic Collection Year 1929—8-picce dining room suite, channel back arm'chair, wing back erm chair, 2—battery console radios, bedroom suite..with vanity dresser, sofa table, wood turning lathe, table saw, old pie cupboard, Singer leather sewing machine, Sunbeam skill saw,' hand tools, seed corn hangers, home grown Tobacco, 36-f t. Kcwanee grain elevator, Winkler stoker, outboard motor, air compressor, iron kettles, Swan shaped cutter needs repair, mill stone, hand forged log roller, numerous other Items. „ vt TERMS—CASH Not Respomlble for Accidents Auctioneers—DALE WILLIAMS, TOM TUMBLESON, ART WESTLIN Clerk It Caahler—OALVA 1ST NATIONAL BANK. MRS. JULIAN ANDERSON, Owner LUNCH ON GROUNDS „,.. This Sale will he Sold by Numbers Public Auction Due to our health we are moving from Falrvicw and will sell our Personal Property at residence located North of Post Office in Fairvlcw, III. FRIDAY, JULY 20 at 10 A.M. ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS ITEMS Walnut cupboard; walnut base cupboard; kitchen cabinet." oval drop leaf kitchen tabic; walnut drop leaf table; mahogany 'secretary table; ant. chairs & rockers; ant. stand tables; set of wicker rockers; pedestal stand; old metal flower stand rack; wicker sowing basket stand; ant. pictures & others; dresser; chest of drawers; swivel wrought ifon & wood stand; wood storage chest; china base lamp; book case; bracket lamp with reflector; other kerosene lamps; china commode; several pieces of Fostorln glass ware items, plates, saucers, cups, coasters, sherbets, relish dishes; largo Fostorla "cake plate, salad plates; footed berry dish; thistle pattern glass ""'howl; vases; large footed bowl & 4 small servers; largo thumb prln,t & star design glass bowl; Bavarian painted china bowls; Austria painted china bowl; other painted china bowls; 2 chlna-,rcllsh dishes; grav.ey pitchers; crumb set; set of 6 china bono .plates; painted china pitchers; china painted saucers it plates; china"Bavarian plates; glass pitchers; silver etched glass buffet dlshfglass thistle pattern footed bowl; large glass tumbler with top; etched cutglass pitcher & 12 glasses; S, H, M. & Co. Silverware, service 1 for 12; iron muffin molds; brass ceiling light fixture with 5 crdta & brass light fixtures, German china hat pin holder & hat pins; buttons; wooden butter molds; stone jars; marbles; cow bell; Kraut cutter & tamper, i FURNITURE, TOOLS & MISC. Good mahogany dining room sot; Ducnn Phyfc table with' fcxtra leaves & pad, buffet, glass door china cabinet & fl chairs .with needle point seats; Magnnvox solid state stereo radio & rpcprrt player high fidelity, 3 yrs. old, natural walnut finish, llko'-'.riew; bedroom set, bed, box spring & mattress, chest of drawers, ^vanity k bench; bed with box spring At mattress; metal bed with spring & mattress; single bed & mattress; birdscye maple rtrc.sscr; blvds- cye maple vanity dresser; Singer console sewing machine & attachments, model S3R touch & sew, zlg zag, like new; set of wall' & base kitchen cabinets; kitchen cabinet; 2 cedar chests; occassional arm chnlr; 3 platform swivel rockers; set of walnut slack c,nd tables; electric broom; small metal desk; ullllly table: Sunbeam food blender; table model radio; Colliers Encyclopedia, 20 vqluracs, year books from 1957 through 1971; Colliers Dictionary; .other books; book stand; small sowing stand; good chrome cushioned glider; card table; sewing Items; electric floor, table & dresser lamps; small electrical appliances; bedding; luggage case; throw rugs; G.E. mantle clock; kitchen utensils; 20 In. power lawn'mow­ er; lawn & garden cart; good Kee Line power snow blower;, (i,ft. wood step ladder; aluminum ft ft. step ladder; 24 ft. extension ladder; Parker leaf & grass reel rake; ,1 metal lawn chairs; smalLhnnd At garden tools; tree pruncr; complete wall papering set with board Sc tools; other items too numerous to mention. TERMS—CASH — No properly to be romoved until paid for. Not Responsible For Accidents Lunch on Grounds Auctioneers Note—Tills is a large sale of very good merchandise. BURTON & RUTH WHITE, Owners ' CARL STECK—Auctioneer Maquen, 111. Phone 175-3571 CUrks—LAWnENCE COOK. TED MARKLEY CLOSING OUT SALE I * As I have reached the retirement age of 82 years, I will sell my real estate and personal property at public auction at my residence, located VA miles cast of Colmar, Illinois on Saturday, August 4, 1973 Sal* of personal property to start promptly at 10:30 A.M. Sal* of real ostate to start at 12:00 noon - REAL ESTATE Tract I—This tract I call the home place. I have lived here' sixty years. It is located l',i miles northeast of Colmar, Illinois on.the county blacktop road. Being the northwest (NW) quarter of Sec. nine (9) Lamolne Township, McDonough County, Illinois, containing 180 acres, more or less. It has about 130 tillable acresand the remainder Is permanent pasture and building site. The house was built new In 1956. It is a modern well arranged frame structure having three bedrooms, living room, dining room, bath, kitchen with excellent hand built cupboards, full basement, closets where ever needed, electric heat and a two car attached garage. This is one of the best watered farms you will find. Fences: The pasture land has good hog tight fence. Good lot fenceB. The barn Is 40' by (50' and is equipped with farrowing stalls for 20 sows with cement floor. Cement block silo is 10' by 32'. Chicken house. Two 800 bu. wire corn cribs with cement floors. "Farm scale with good fences and holding pens. All In good condition'. This is an Ideal family type farm. Tract II—This farm is located in Sec. 18, Lamolne Township, being one half mile south of Colmar, Illinois on Illinois Ttoute ,61. This tract contains seventy (70) acres, more or less, fi5 of which are tillable. The tract runs from the St. Mary's rjoad south to the:La­ molne Wver, being fifty (SO) rods wide. Buildings consist of a story and one-half house with four rooms and bath on first floor and two bedrooms on second floor. The house Is completely modern with oil heal, storm windows, aluminum Insulation siding, full basement with cement floor. The place has a large cistern and three fresh water wells, one of which is a drilled well. The barn is 60' by 40", about 20 years old. It has cement floors and storage bins with about 1,500 bu. capacity for small grain. ,Thare is an 800 bu. wire crib with cement floor. All fences are good where livestock is kept. — CORN — 2,000 bu. of 1972 ear corn which is stored in cribs with good roofs and cement floors. - FARMING IMPLEMENTS - HOUSEHOLD GOODS WARD F. HIGGINS, Owner Plymouth, Illinois Phone: 309/458-3225 ; r. Attorney—CHARLES H. FLACK, Macomb, 111. Phone 309/833-4184 Auctioneers-^. KVQHEY MARTIN and JIM COOK. Phone 309/776-3223). Clerk—GEORGE WHITE Cashier—SHARON PHELPS Terms on all personal property — CASH. Terms on Real Estsie—25% on day of sale. Balance on or before March l, 1974 when deed and possession will be given. Possession of the house on Tract one will be given September 15, 1973., The remainder of the- real estate will be sold subject to the tennancy of Ralph Kepple, ending March 1, 1974. Sellers will pay 1973 taxes, due and payable in 1971. All subsequent taxes will be paid by purchasers. Sellers will furnish abstract of title and it can be examined at the office of Charles H. Flack, attorney, at 32',i West Side Square in Macomb, Illinois. . , , Anyone wishing to inspect any of the property before the sale may call the owner. Ward F. Higgins, for an appointment. HILLS GROVE LADIES WILL SERVE LUNCH , -

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