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30 Qalesbura ReQister-Moil, Galfsbufg,ill. Thursday, July 26,1973 Market Reports Today OALESBimO GRAIN MARKET Cottinmer drift k Stppty Co. Market may either go up of down by 1:30 pin. When final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. . No. 2 Com (old) $2.«3 New Com .,...$2.37 No. 2 Oats $1.03 No. 1 Beans (new) ....$?.20 Grain Future* CHICAGO (UPI)-Wieat and com were substantially higher and soybeans irregularly higher at midmorning today on the Board of Trade. Prices at 10:35 a.m.: Wheat Sep 3.44%: Dec 3.37tt; Mar 3.28, all up 10. Corn Sep 2.8B4; Dec 2.58; Mar 2.54%, all up 10. Soybeans Aug 11.45 up 5; Sep 10.10 unch; Nov 8.17 up 31. N«rta Livtttock f»£0ftlA, til. (UP!) - live* stock: Cattle sales insufficient to establish market. Hogs 2,900; 2.00-2.25 higher; No 1-3 200-250 lb 54.50-55.00; No 24 250-270 lb 53.50-54.50, few 270-290 lb 52.50-53.50. 344% 341% 343% 334% 33,7V* 333 335 327% 328 323 324 321% 315 317 296V4 286% 288 318 311% 286% Chicago Grain Rang* CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Sep Dec Mar May Jiy Corn Sep Dec Mar May Jly Oats Sep Dec Mar May 138 Soybeans Tftatury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through July 23: Wthdrwls $19,654,015,818.21 Deposits 15,819,005,837.27 Cash balance 0,040,094,073.03 Public debt 456,845,250,864.04 Jolltt Livtttock JOUET, HI. (UPI) - live stock: Cattle sales insufficient to es* tablish market: Hogs 700; 2.50-3.00 higher; No 14 200-240 lb 54.50-55.00; No 2-3 240-260 lb 54.00-54.50; No 2-4 270-280 lb 53.25-53.75. Friday estimated 600 cattle, 800 hogs. receipts: 281% 270 280 258 244% 250 254% 245% 249 252% 243 248 250 240 247 271% 248 244% 242% 240 129% 121 133 -s 125 137 124% 123% 129% 127% 129% 130% 131 130% 130% 132 Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jly 1173 970 826 808 805 794 759 1100 970 746 733 1100 970 746 733 1140 1010 786 773 731% 731% 771% 718% 718% 858% 712 712 752 The koto, a stringed instrument, was introduced into Japan in the 8th Century. MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Adviser 189 K HENDERSON ST. (Next to Seastedl RtiUrl 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 for sign Starting Monday, July 30th COME TO THISN-THAT SHOP U97 WEST MAIN Little of -this. Little of that. We have a big assortment of paperback books, also Tote bags, pillows, handmade gifts, wall plaques all kinds, jewelry by Pauline, clever halters with sashes, toys, different kinds of gifts, also clothing. Lots of basement bargains .. . Chicago Produco CHICAGO (UPI)-€heese: Processed loaf 70.25-79.25; single daisies 78-82; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-92.50, B 87-90.50. _ VIOLA AUCTION REPORT Receipts caitia caifM Hoe* Sheep This Keek 151 7 316 80 Last Week 286 14 284 333 CATTLE: Receipts 25% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cattle. Demand food. Slaughter steers and heifers 25-SOc higher. Cows steady. Feeder cattle .50-1.00 higher. SLAUGHTER STEERS & HEIFERS: Choice 850-1000 lb. heifers 47.25-48.50. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 34.00-37.10; Canner and Cutter 3050-35.50. FEEDER CATTLE: mixed Good and Choice 600-1000 lb. steers 48.0052.00: Choice 300-550 lb. heifers 54.006050; mixed Good and Choice 300550 lb. 47.75-54.25. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices 4.00-5.00 per head higher. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 300-700 lb. 36.00-3950. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 31.00-35.00: 40-50 lb. 34.75-39.00; some 80 lb. 61.00; all sold by the head; some U.S. 1-3 150 lb. 50.00; sold by weight; few bred gilts 173.00 per head. SHEEP: Choice and Prime 100-110 lb. slaughter lambs 36.00-38.40; Choice 90-110 lb. 3150-36.25. Interior He* Price! SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 15,000; uneven, mostly 2.002.50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 53.00-53.50; No 14 200-240 16 52.25-53.00, few 52.00; No 2-3 240260 51.50-52.50. THANK YOU We would like to thank everyone wDo helped at the time of the tragic accident that took the life of our beloved son, Dennis; and to our friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness since. We deeply appreciate all the help, prayers, food, donations, and floral tributes. Your thougntfulness will never be forgotten. May God bless you all. The Frank Markley Family THANK YOU Thanks to the nurses and doctors at Cottage Hospital and the ministers at the First Baptist Church and the friends of Miss Alice Lemon, and the Hinchliff- Pearson-West funeral home. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Coolidge and Family Rochester, Minnesota CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Firm; prices up 3 to 7; extra large 87 up 5; large 83 up 5; medium 72 up 6; pullets 49 up 3; standard 72 up 4; checks 50 up 7. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock aver ages: 30 indus 20 trans 15 utils 65 stocks 937.16 up 4.14 167.13 up 0.39 101.99 off 0.20 283.69 up 0.84 Markets at * Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in fairly active trading. Bonds lower. U. S. government bonds tower! in moderate trading. American stocks higher in fairly active trading. Cotton futures mixed. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle insufficient sales to establish a market. There are more than 50 kinds of edible fish in the streams, rivers and lakes of Utah. QUALITY PRECAST CONCRETE Manufactured in Galesburg Do It Yourself Ready-Mode Sidewalks 2'x3' Sidewalk Sections. 2' and 3' Sidewalk Corners. V Sidewalk Trim Blocks Specially Designed Surfaces. GALESBURG CONCERTE MATERIAL (0. 1050 Monmouth ilvd. Ph. 343-3181 AD CORRECTION OSCAR MAYER Wieners or Smokey Links *1.09 Trading Post SUPER MKT. 1515 E. MAIN ST. HELP WANTED Mentally Retarded Workers for Workshop Program Contact BOB JONES Knox County Council for Mentally Retarded 343-9056 ATTENTION FARMERS FREE Removal of DEAD STOCK . Phone 937-2112 or 937-2218 SCHNOWSKE BY-PRODUCTS Cambridge, III. 61238 6 FAMILY BACKYARD SALE 552 Jefferson THURSDAY EVE. FRIDAY 3 P M - -8 P M. SATURDAY 8 A-M. - 12 Child Craft baby bed, infant dressing table, Sabre saw, record player, amplifier, small Schwinn bike, adult bike, elec. fans, games, puzzles, books, toys, dishes, nic-nacs, clothes for children, teen-agers, women & men, all sizes. In case of rain held inside. BACKYARD SALES Corage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this typo must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-71$! TRACTOR PULLER SPECIAL Farmall F30 With Bored 409 Chevie Office Equipment. Stat* Fair Winner in Hot Rod Class 197111 Rtady To Go. Haul It With This I.H. BC 172 Tilt Bod Impltmont Truck, Good Body. The Whole Works So OCA 00 WiM s «" i09U Separately. WESTBAY EQUIP. CO. R.R. 4 GALESBURG, ILL. JULY CLEARANCE SALE ALL SUMMER 1 / ££ WEARING APPAREL /2 Oil Just Arrived NEW FALL QUEEN CASUAL CO-ORDINATES Sizes 10-20 LADY QUEEN CO-ORDINATES Sizes 33-46 MITCHELLS' RT. 34 ONEIDA, ILL 9 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. MON. - SAT. FREE PARKING LOT BIG PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday Night, July 28 7 O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP "MOORE'S" AUCTION HOUSE 534 E. South St., Galesburg 1 Lot of Groceries consisting of \'i gal. buckets of old fashioned Sorghum, canned soup, canned Prem Meat, Confectioners Brown and Powdered Sugar, .Dry Beans. Popcorn, Sure-Jell, Kidney Beans, Artificial Flowers. Fruit Fresh, Spark Plug and Beechnut Chewing Tobacco, large glass show case, Coldspot refrigerator, Tapestrys. 100 ft. roll more or less of Wood Grain Design Linoleum, SO Ft. of Black Rubber Doorway Runner, Window Shades, Window Shad* Cutting Machine, Wallpaper Trimming Machine; Lots of Paint never opened, 3 new Snow Scoops, Go-Cart with 410x350x6 lire* and wheels. Fireplace screen and tools, Tool Cabinets,Small Lathe—like new, portable BatW TV, 2 very good Automatic Washers, Display Racks, Old Trunk. 5 gooc overstuffed Chairs, 1 good Rocker, Metal Bedstead, Mobile Maid "GE" Dishwasher—works good, large number of Roll Decorative Tape for deep freeze packaging. Lavatory. Kitchen Double Bowl Sinks, Top Carriers, like new Caryl Richards Per- matte Commercial Nahgahide White Chair Hair Dryer, 8 -ft. Garage Door and track. Folding Garage Door and track, Wood Extension Ladder, Radios, Dishes. Full Size Beds with Box Springs and Mattresses, LP Records, Brass Cuspidor, Wise—5 gal. oak keg with spiget in side and holder. Red Mahogany Antique Rocker matching Arm Chairs, Corner Stand Cabinet with Shutter Doors, tools and Articles Too Numerous to Mention. CECIL R. MOORE, Auctioneer — Phone 343-3973 DEL?HA R. MOORE and TERRY W. MOORE, Clerk - Cashier TERMS—CASK Not Responsible for Accidents PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, July 28th At 9:00 A.M. 172 North Whitesboro Street Galesburg, Illinois As I am retiring and moving to Southern California the following items will be sold at auction: Two mahogany desks with chairs; RCA color TV (walnut console); 94" davenport (green It gold nylon); two mahogany step end tables; reclining lounge chair (gold nylon); over-sruffed living chair; two hassocks, one foot stool; two matching tree lamps; junior floor lamp; 2 table lamps; desk lamp; TV lamp; swivel base chair; walnut frame sag seat chair; black magazine rack; 3 smoking stands, waste baskets; light oak kitchen table and 4 chairs; Mors* console sewing machine; glass front china cupboard (light oak); Hew Dormeyer mixer; gray oak Singer desk sewing machine cabinet & bench: Pecky pecan 3 pc. bedroom suite with Beauty Rest box springs It mattress (queen size); 2 pc. gray oak bedroom suit* (with box springs and mattress); 1 - low maple chest of drawers; 2 metal frame plastic cushioned chairs; 3 prs. of dresser lamps; small oak bookcase; 30" rollaway bed. Brown metal wardrobe; 2 metal utility cupboards (1 white, 1 green); 1 Sunlighter plant stand (3 tier ic lights); Cosco utility table; small white utility table; 3 small portable radios; 4 adjustable shelves (metal); oak antique commode; oak antique chest of drawers; Sears dehumidlfier; Easy ironer; elec. skillet; 2 small fans; 2 slice Sunbeam toaster; 2 roasters; razors; new portable hair dryer and 2 Beauty shop hair dryers; small mahogany sewing cabinet; gray oak Singer desk sewing machine cabinet & bench; Hoover tank vacuum cleaner; Bissel carpet sweeper; Deluxe Electrolux tank sweeper with power nozzle and shampooer; queen size bed spread-fitted sheets, flat sheets, pillow slips; table cloths, doilies, throw rugs: 3 cameras; 4-eight piece Orchard Crystal party sets; Shirley Temple doll and Princess doll; assorted framed pictures; 2 ironing boards; picnic basket; books; nic-nacs; several vases; 8 place setting of Ivy dishes; other misc. dishes; mixing bowls; pots 8c pans; kitchen tools; canruster set; spice rack; 2 cake covers; antique waffle iron; Westinghouse elec. roaster; set of 4 party trays on stands (new); fruit jars; jelly glasses; 2 section Ping Pong table with Ping Pong set; 1 heavy duty Battle Creek belt reducing machine; Holliday ice chest; 1 - circle flourescent kiichen light; battery operated kitchen clock; 1—J8" ilorescent light (2-bulb); metal clothes rack: Fuller dust mop & wax spreader. GARDEN. LAWN 8c OTHER TOOLS: Lawn Boy 21" rotary mower; 1 - Black & Decker electric lawn edger-trimmer: 3 extension cords; plastic garden hose and reel; power drill & bit set-new; eletcric orbital sander-new: power grinder 8c motor; long handled round nose shovel; 1-short handled round nose shovel; short handled square nose shovel; 2 garden rakes; 1 lawn rake; 1 tile spade; 1 sledge hammer; 2 axes; 2 hoes; ice scraper: aluminum snow shovel; aluminum snow pusher; two wheeled push snow plow; lawn sweeper; lawn or garden cart; Row Hoe garden cultivator: grass hook, Bolo knife; 2 pr. grass shears; panel saw and rip-saw; metal tool box; screw drivers; pliers; hammers; files; chisels; pipe wrenches; hack saw; assorted wreenhes; brace ic bits; tool caddy; parts bin: root feeder; Ortho sprayer for garden hose; pr. of saw horses with metal brackets; 1-5 ft. step ladder; 1-25' step ladder; new 24 ft. aluminum extension ladder (2-12 ft. sections). Not Responsible for Accidents Terms: CASH Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stevens, Owners Auctioneer—DONALD E. NELSON. 604 N. Monroe. Abingdon, 111. Clerk—CARROL MARKS PS. Rain date will be Sunday, July 29th at 1:00 P.M. This sale will be run with the number system. Please do not bother these people before sale date. Everything is in showroom condition. This is one of the finest household auctions you will be able to attend. COLLEGE STUDENT HOUSING- Ftnont with furntsttttJ •partitrtrttl or sktfMnf rooms •villible in the Galesburg area for colrOfo student housing beginning in Sopfornber, Itft, ere requested to call: Carl Sandburg College 343-6101 Extension 237 FURNITURE AUCTION As I have sold my home, I will sell at auction, on Wash* ington St., Avon, 111. Saturday Morning July 28 10 AM DuMont console colored TV. G.E. refrigerator with freezer top. Roper gas range. G.E. automatic dishwasher. G.E. automatic washer. Large grey davenport. Kitchen table and six chairs. Four piece bedroom suite. Hollywood single bed. Utility cabinet. Kitchen base cabinets. Two dressing tables. Three piece wicker set. Birds Eye Maple writing desk. Corner what not. ANTIQUE CHERRY SETTEE WITH TWO MATCHING CHAIRS, Some antique dishes. Pie cupboard. Thread display cabinet. Walnut Organ case. Two Needle Point footstools. Old books. Walnut chair. Pictures and frames. Wooden bowl. Mugs. Glassware, some Fostoria. Two Alladin lamps. Kerosene lamp. Craig AM-FM radio, new. Humidifier, nearly new. Electric knife. Old sewing machine. G.E. tank type sweeper. Lamps. Bedding. Cooking utensils. Steam irons. Electrical appliances. Old sliding doors. Garden tools. Electric knife. Yard equipment and tools. Lawn Boy mower. Charcoal grill. Numerous other articles, some treasures and some trash. Terms— CASH Not Responsible For Accidents Auctioneer—LOWELL BUCK Clerk—JACK GORDON VERA SUNDBERG Note: Attend the Eva Martin sale at 1 P.M. FURNITURE AUCTION As I have sold my home and am residing in a nursing home I will sell on Woods St., Avon, HI. SATURDAY, JULY 28 1PM ANTIQUE SETTEE WITH SIX MATCHING CHAIRS, including Gentlemans and Ladies chairs. Walnut table with White Marble top and white castors. Oval Walnut table. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE with Marble top Wishbone Mirror dresser and Commode. Combination China Cupboard Secretary with Round glass. Round Walnut drop leaf table. Antique four poster bed. Walnut cupboard. Twin four poster beds with box spring and innerspring mattresses. Oak writing desk. Oak commode. High back rocker. Oval Walnut table with drawers. Walnut drop leaf table. Antique high back bed with dresser and commode to match. Library table. Oak dresser. Large library table. Organ stool. Antique childs rocker. Buffet with mirror. Four straight Bentwood chairs. Antique flour bin. Copper boiler. .Antique Walnut clock. Oak commode. Two kerosene lamps. Several half pint, Ball Perfect Mason jars. Currier and Ives prints. FULL SET, SERVICE FOR TWELVE, ORIGINAL FRENCH PROVINCIAL HAVILAND CHINA, ROSE PATTERN. Some Ironstrone, tea leaf pattern. Picture frames. Sewing machines. Overstuffed suite, nearly new. Frigidaire electric stove. Rollaway bed and mattress. Woodstock typewriter. Cooking utensils. Bedding. Dishes. Numerous other articles. Terms: Cash Not responsible for accidents EVA MARTIN LOWELL BUCK, Auctioneer JACK GORDON. Clerk NOTE: Attend the Vera Sundberg Sato at 10 AM. PUBLIC SALE As Mrs. Biederbeck is moving to an apartment and Mrs. Hammerlee is moving to a smaller house they will seU the following at the farm located south of Williamsfield, Illinois on Rte. 180 to Wight's Chevrolet then 2% mi. east on blacktop to Elmore road then south to 3rd house or south of Laura, Illinois on Rte. 78 to first blacktop road then 2 mi. west to Elmore blacktop then south to 3rd house on SAT., JULY 28, 1973 AT 11:00 A.M. ANTIQUES Beautiful walnut dresser with swivel mirror; 2 nice oak drop front desks; very old Seth Thomas striking kitchen mantle clock with S and T hands; nice wamut chest of drawers and dresser with mirror; 4 very old fruitwood cane bottom chairs; 2 cane bottom walnut straight chairs; 4 very nice oak straight chairs; 2 beautiful oak straight chairs (have been caned); S beautiful cane bottom oak chairs; 4 beautiful walnut straight chairs; 2 other straight chairs; nice small oak drop front desk and glass door bookcase comb.; beautiful walnut marble top coffee table; ant. walnut platform rocker; very old ant rocker; walnut stand table; beautiful spool double bed and dresser with mirror and bench,* nice oak drop leaf table with extra leaves; old pine stand table; small drop leaf table; walnut shadow box; 2 walnut frame mirrors; walnut 3 A bed. Oak glass door bookcase; 2 nice buffets, 1 with mirror; very old Singer tredle sewing machine in unusual cabinet; walnut base for stand table; Atlas of Peoria Co. 1873; beautiful glass pitcher and 8 glasses with deer hunting design on all the pieces; nice pewter castor set; nice glass butter mold; beautiful green carnival glass dish; brass wall candle holders with crystal drops; 3 nice vinegar cruets; 4 cobalt blue dishes; glass covered butter dish; old syrup pitcher; glass compote; old vases; very old glass pitcher; very old hand painted rose pattern dish; fruit bowl; 2 presidents plates; lots of souvenier and state plates; small copper bucket; large Bavaria plate; 2 plate racks; some old books; old top hat; pair of brass cat-idle holders; 2 ant light bulbs; some pictures and frames; very old small footstool; fireplace set; 3 stand tables; wicker baskets; marble base floor lamp; ant. clock shelf; stilyard scale; apple peeler; 2 iron holders; 2 old potato mashers: stone jars: some old bottles; 3 large ant. foras came from the Civil War; porcelain coffee pot; glass chum; sewing basket; fluting iron; stone jug; some old buttons; 3 old sleds; misc. glassware and other items. , TOOLS and HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Good Bach told weed mower; good wheel barrow; reclining chair; davenport; swivel rocker; green rocking reclining chair; dinette table and 3 chairs; medicine cabinet; 2 metal kitchen cupboards; metal base cabinet; metal double bed; Airline console radio record player comb.; table lamps; good Philco radio record player comb.; 2 30 cup coffee makers; good blender; elec. roaster oven; childs toy piano and bench: set of Pope Gosser rose pattern dishes service for 12; good Underwood typewriter; good Singer vacuum cleaner: Kodak camera kit: slide projector; projector screens; toy hand sewing machine; some good fruit jars; misc. pots, pans and kitchen utensils; other articles. MRS. WILMA BIEDERBECK and MRS. PHYLLIS HAMMERLEE - OWNERS Auctioneer—JIM FOLGEB — WUliamsjield- 111, Ph. 879-2373 Clerks—LESTER and IRENE JOHNSON (Terms—CASH) (Not Responsible For Accident*) — Lunch Served — FRUITS HERE! ALL FRUITS NOT HCKID UP IY SATURDAY, JULY 21 WILL II FROZEN PROCESSING SERVICE lorn.rd L Ny, Owner Fit. 4424844 Abrrtfton, 111. FEY'S PUBLIC SALE As I have rented my farm ground we will sell at public auction at our place located south edge of Abingdon on East Sanitary Road Saturday, July 28, 1973 BEGINNING AT 1 P.M. SHARP MACHINERY and LIVESTOCK Allis Chalmers W.D. tractor recently overhauled on good rubber; International M Farmall tractor on good rubber, with 2 way hydraulic lift; 2 bottom Allis Chalmers mounted plow; 2 row Alii* Chalmers cultivator; 11 ft 2 inch Kewanee disk; 3 bottom Interna' tional plow on rubber, real good; John Deere 490 corn planter act for 38 inch rows in good condition; 2 section steel harrow: rubber tired wagon with 38 Inch John Deere box and scoop board; steel Wheel gear with flared box; 2 steel wheel gears with good boxes; 3 rubber tired gears with boxes; 2—2 wheel trailers with boxes; 1 barge wagon box. MISCELLANEOUS Barb wire stretcher; woven wire stretcher; 8 sheets of galvanized tin, 8 feet long; 2 rolls of pickets; flare boards for wagon boxes 6 feet long; 4 rubber tired wheels with 18 inch tires; gas barrels; double hydraulic cylinder; and 1 single hydraulic cylinder; log chain, 15 ft. long, extra good; 2 log chains, 12 ft long, like new; several shorter log chains; 3 good grease guns; c resent wrench; pipe wrenches; 2 old house jacks; one antique Model T Ford jack; 4 good tarps. 3—6x12 and 1—8x12; bucket of grease; pile of old iron; boxes of bolts: 6 inch 12 foot electric auger and many articles too numerous to mention. HOG EQUIPMENT 6—16 foot gates: 32 iron posts; 8 cresote posts: 3 single stall hog houses; 60 bushel Star hog feeder, extra good; Pride of the Farm hog feeder. FEEDER PIGS 30 head of choice Chester White feeder pigs weighing around 60 or 70 pounds. FLOYD HULICK, Owner Carl Miller will also sell a 1966, 8-cylinder, >,i-ton Chevrolet truck with 56,633 actual miles. If in need of a good pickup truck don't miss this sale. Auctioneer: EVERETT MORS* — Phone 442-MM 109 South Ohio St., Abingdon. 11L TERMS — CASH Clerk - Fred Danforth Not Responsible For Accidents PUBLIC AUCTION AS WE ARE MOVING FROM THE FARM, WE WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING Antiques, COLLECTOR, & MISC. ITEMS at farm located 3 mi. Southeast of Maquoo, 111. on route 8, then 3% mi. South and East to first place; or 5 ml. West of Farmington on route 118 to Middlegrove, then 2 mi. North and 1 mi. West. SUNDAY, JULY 29 AT 11 A.M. Antique & Collector Items Ant cupboard with top glass doors. Ant pie cupboard. Walnut buffet. Cabinet bases. Wood dinette table tc 4 chairs. Oak carved dresser. Other dresser. 2 Iron single beds. Ant bed. Oak library table. Small oak table. Oak swivel' chair. Old stove. Wood stove. End tables. Ant high chair. Trunks. Treadle sewing machine. Ant scales. Fern stand. Quilts. Horse hide blanket tc mittens. Ant slide picture projector. Ant Picture frames. Gilbert mantle clock. Dishes—Milk glass, satin, carnival, depression, ironstone. Fiesta, and other glass items. Rosevilie, Hull Sc Peoria pottery items. Kewpie Dolll. Stone jars & jugs. Small ironkettle. Wash board. Butter mold. Iron skillets. 2 old chamber pots. Old books. World Atlas. Peanut jar. Granite ware. Tin ware. Boilers. Kerosene lamps ic lantern. Old marbles. India brass buffet set candle holders, vase tc pitcher. Glass churn. Clothes stamper. Old baskets. Crocks tc bowls. Pans. Tea kettle. Toaster. Carbide lantern & light Ant glass paper wgt 2 china eggs. Tubs, Kegs. Ant bicycle with driveshaft Ant Brass scales. Other Primitives. OTHER HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Standard size pool table. Hoover Electric vacuum sweeper. Elertrolux sweeper. Adding machine. Electric sewing machine. Telephone bench. Picnic table. Electric lamps. Overstuffed chairs. Clothes dryer. Awning. Gas stoves. Refrigerator. Collector Items, Horse Equipment, Misc. Good Luthy & Co. bob sled. Sleigh. Wide wood wheel wagon. Good pony wagon with farm type box. Wood wheel road cart. Good big stock saddle. 3 Sets of work harness. Single horse tc pony harness. 2 pairs of good bridles. Several bits. Good horse collars. Single. 2, 3 & 4 horse doubletrees. Hay horse singletree. Neck yokes. Horse shoes new tc used. Horse shoeing equipment Plastic hobbles 8c hangers. Chrry combs tc brushes. Steel end for wagon tongue. Leather rivet machine. Harness oiling vat Old ant harness rings. Hay fork. Rope block. Feed bags. 2 Feed bunks. Pump jack tc motor. Power plant belt drive with 110 & 220 volts. Other pump jack. 2—13.6 x 38 tractor tires. Hydraulic kit for tractor with pump St supply tank. Old Oliver tractor with 1952 Ford motor. Many Other Items Too Numerous to Mention. TERMS: CASH. No property to be removed until paid for. Not Responsible for Accidents LUNCH ON GROUNDS Bob & Helen Buckman, Owners CARL STECK, Auctioneer—Maauon. DX Ph. 873-U78 . JERRY BUCKMAN, Cashier LAWRENCE COOK, Clark 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 8c small shelves, mirror & castors; small ant walnut secretary; ant. walnut high back bed with spring ic mattress; ant. marble top commode; large long ant. mirror 8c 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 ic base lamp; kerosene wall lamp & bracket; other kerosene lamps; large Tiffany lamp shade; elec. floor & table lamps; sofa; recliner chair; Electro- lux sweeper with wind up cord ic attachments; Kirby sweeper ic attach.; metal bed spring 8c mattress. Approx. 9x12 wool rug & pad; throw rugs; bedding; linens ic lace work tc yard goods; linen tc lace table cloths; clocks; old greeting tc post cards; whatnot items; Atlas of the World 1901, other books; pull out single tc double cot; Ironrite ironer; folding ironing board; elec. iron; sewing basket; luggage; card table; Christmas decorations; flat irons; walnut comb box; old candle holder; small glass bell; ant. hand bell; china doll head; dresser set; old button collection; green glass violin; vases; towel rack: walnut crumb scraper; glass desk pen & pencil holders; several kitchen wood- ware items; small elec. appliances. . Old Peoria pottery crock; other ant. stone crocks ic jars; glass pitchers, cream ic sugar, salt & pepper; glass candy jars; China painted musical tea pot; old childs A B C plate; Aesop's Fables, The Cock & The Fox; several brand name China painted plates ic saucers; Depression glass items; large glass cake platter; large glass compote with lid; milk glass compote; other China <Sc glass items; dishes ic pans; Holmes ic Edwards Inlaid silverware set for 8; other silverware items; step ladder; mail box; small hand tools; other small items. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is an ouistandina sal* of tome Tar* good Antique Walnut Furniture, and other aierchiimtiie. TERMS—CASH No property to bo removed until paid for. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. LESLIE B. McCOY, CONSERVATOR for Estate of MAE E. HARRISON CARL STECK—Auctioneer — Maqcoa, I1L, Ph. I75-J57* LAWRENCE COOK—Clerk KEITH BROWN—Cashier McLaughlin at Hsilery. Attorneys — Bank of Galesburg Building Phone 343-513* Read the Want Ads

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