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Public Auction

Saturday, November 10, 2007   10:00 a.m.

Lake Fork Community Center,
Lake Fork, Illinois

Virginia Handlin has moved into Vonderlieth Living Center and has no need for the below listed personal property.

SHOP EQUIPMENT: Craftsman band saw; 13" Bel Saw planer; Delta shaper table w/molding bits; Delta single bag material collection system 3/4hp motor; Craftsman radial arm saw; Craftsman 9" disk 6" belt sander; ¼" to ½" electric drills; Craftsman portable air compressor; router & table; bench grinder; 16 gallon wet dry vac; hand-held grinder; belt sander; electric impact; cabinets, benches, roller table & desks; Porter Cable dovetail machine;

SHOP TOOLS: drill bits; wood tool chest; carpenters saw box; c-clamps; bar clamps; hammers; hydraulic jacks; ½" sockets; pipe wrenches; extension cords; hole saws; chain hoist; files; log chains;

FURNITURE: Mahogany drop leaf table w/4 chairs; Tell City dry sink; folding rocker w/carved back; entertainment center; 6' sofa; Lazy Boy rocker recliner, blue; several misc. recliners & occasional chair; 2 drawer file cabinet; library index card cabinet; book shelves; maple dining room table w/3 chairs; Tell City maple hutch; maple desk w/chair; full bed, chest & dresser;

COLLECTIBLES: 1877 Oakland school attendance books; Logan Barber campaign poster (1930); Intelligence School bell; RC Romer yard stick; #14 cast iron skillet; copper boiler; (3) crock mixing bowls; brass fire extinguisher trash cans; 5 gallon brown crock jar; kraut cutter; old bingo roller cage; copper Kettle;

CHINA & GLASSWARE: (20) cup & saucer collection; (20) pcs. green Frankoma; Lefton Christmas set w/sleigh, trays, cups & more; hand painted apple pitcher; Lg Blue Willow platter; Eastern Gold plated china bowl; Johnson Bro c/s; several nice hand painted bowls; (40) hens on nest; (3) rooster figurines; pink depression glass biscuit jar; (12) milk glass vases;

(14) DIFFERENT CHINA SETS: Majesty Black fantasy; Nitto Meadow stone blue rim; Silver rim fall pattern; USA china set; Platinum wheat; WS George blossom; Creative 1014; Makasa Versalles 9344; Harmony House gold crest;

(10) DIFFERENT STONEWARE SETS: Baroque gold rim; Newcor blue rim; Stata green rim; MiKassa Potters art brown & green rim; orange rim stoneware; Primavaia 8495; Meadow Brook; stoneware canister set;

HOUSEHOLD & APPLIANCES: RCA 25" TV w/remote; VCR, disk player & turn table; 21"x17"x7" aluminum pan; table lamps; crock pot; Pyrex; Corning Ware; pots & pans; misc. kitchen appliances; butcher knives; linens & bedding-nice & clean;

BOOKS: 1910 Logan Co Plat book; 1873 Logan Co. Plat book (reprint); Pictorial view of Logan Co. 1955; 1982 Logan Co. History; 1986 blue book; Bryson History book; Logan Co. History 1878, reprint; cook books; Popular Mechanics "Do it yourself books"; (15) boxes of hard back novels (mostly mystery);

RECORD COLLECTION: 100's of 78 & 33 1/3 albums purchased many years ago from Springfield radio celebrity-Lots of Big Bands;

LOCAL YEAR BOOKS: Lake Fork 51,54, 61, 62, 63, 66, 67; Mt. Pulaski 52, 59, 60;

LAWN & GARDEN: wood step ladder; misc. lawn & garden tools;

Virginia Handlin, Owner

For more information,
contact Ron Handlin (217) 341-2778

Mike Maske Auction Service
119 S. Lafayette St
, Mt. Pulaski, IL

(217) 519-3959 Ill. Lic. # 440.000157

TERMS: Cash or good negotiable check payable on the day of the Auction. Registration videotaped and a valid photo ID is required to obtain a buyers number. Buyers must show provided number for each and every purchase. Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material. Not responsible for accidents or property after sold. All items must be removed on the day of the Auction

LUNCH: Lake Fork Community Center

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Consignment Auction

White Auction House
501 S. Kickapoo St., Lincoln, IL

Saturday, November 10, 2007   10:00 a.m.

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Glassware; pens/pencils; marbles; Cracker Jack toys; keys; farm seed books & patches; pocket knives; yardsticks; thimbles; button hooks; eyeglasses w/cases; costume jewelry; watches; rings; compacts; key chains; old buttons; Coke tray; beer trays; campaign buttons; old card games; Disney train cars; toys; Matchbox & Hot Wheels cases & cars; black memorabilia; postcards/album; lighters; World War II postcards; metal showcase.

NOTE:  There will be 2 rack wagons of items from the Emden Hardware Store.

APPLIANCES: Magic Chef gas stove.

FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD: Porcelain top kitchen table; oak mirror.

TOOLS & MISCELLANEOUS: 3 pt. cat. 2 boom; Drawtite hitch; tow bar; Ford cat. 2 draw bar; 4 & 6' aluminum ladders; Craftsman: wrenches, jig saw, dbl. wheel grinder on stand, 7¼" circular saw, ¼ & 3/8" drills; truck hitch cylinders; hand tools; chains; chain binders; grease guns; bench grinder; vise; battery charger; camper satellite dish; Waterloo red toolbox, 10-drawer on wheels; 10 fishing poles, Garcia reels.

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: There will be many more items by sale time.

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Lunch will be served.

Terms: Cash on day of sale with valid photo ID. Not responsible for accidents or for items after they are sold. Announcements on day of sale take precedence over printer material.

White Auction Service
Auctioneers: Col. Dan White & Gary Morris
Ill. License Numbers: 440000381 & 441000185
1923 2250th Ave., Beason, IL 62512
Phone: 217-447-3555 or Cell: 217-737-8984

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108 Williams Street, Broadwell, IL

Sunday, November 11, 2007  2:00 p.m.

Legal Description: Lots Lots 10, 11, and 12, Block 4 in Village of Broadwell, Logan County, Ill.

If you are looking for a clean, affordable home in a small community, this could be the place for you. This roomy, fully carpeted, double wide trailer has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, kitchen and dining area, and utility room. The refrigerator and stove, washer and dryer, water softener, and window treatments will stay with the house. It is on the new Illini natural gas line, has central air conditioning and city water. There are enclosed front and back porches.

The detached 30'x 50' garage comes equipped with electricity and a furnace, half bath, is insulated and has a separate septic system. A shed measuring 8'x 14', with overhead storage, is insulated and has electricity. In addition, there is a 2 story barn measuring 24'x 24'. The roof on the house was replaced 2 years ago and the garage 3 years ago. The established landscaping and functional garden complete the attractive package.

Open house will be on November 4th from 2:00-4:00 p.m.
or by appointment with auctioneer.

TERMS: Purchaser will enter into a written agreement to pay 10% down at time of sale, with balance due within 30 days or delivery of clear title. The house sells as is with no warranties or guarantees. The seller reserves the right to reject all bids.

Paul and Phyllis Muchow, Owners

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: "Loved and well cared for" are the appropriate words to describe this home and property. Call us or come and see for yourself.

White Auction Service
Auctioneer: Col. Dan White

Il. License Number: 440000381

1923 2250th Ave.,
Beason, IL 62512
Phone: 217-447-3555 or Cell: 217-737-8984

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Real Estate Auction

November 13, 2007    7:00 p.m.
217 N. Gillette St.
Elkhart, IL

Elkhart Grade School

REAL ESTATE & IMPROVEMENTS: Approximately 6.8 acres of land improved with a well maintained brick frame structure which consists of a 2656 sq. ft., two story building attached to a 12,980 sq. ft. single story building w/gymnasium. The entire building is heating with gas fired boiler. Recently a new roof was installed on a majority of the structure. A list of fixtures and tangible personal property to be removed will be provided prior to the auction.

REAL ESTATE TERMS: The Elkhart Grade School Site shall be sold in accordance with the procedures provided in 105ILCS 5/5-22. The Property and all improvements thereto sold "AS IS". The Seller reserves the right to remove, prior to closing, tangible personal property and fixtures which can be removed without causing substantial damage to the remainder of the property. Buyer to acknowledge the presence of asbestos on the Property and to be responsible for the abatement and removal of asbestos. Buyer to indemnify Mt. Pulaski Community Unit School District No. 23 against any costs arising subsequent to closing and related to environmental conditions at the Property. The Seller reserves the right to accept or reject all bids submitted at the Auction. Title shall pass by quitclaim deed. A minimum earnest money deposit of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) in the form of a bank certified or cashier's check made payable to the Board of Education of Mt. Pulaski Community Unit School District No. 23 must be paid by the Buyer on or before the day subsequent to the sale. The earnest money deposit will be forfeited by Buyer in the event of a default in the terms of the Real Estate Purchase Agreement. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid by bank certified or cashiers check made payable to the Board of Education of Mt. Pulaski Community Unit School District No. 23 at the time of Closing. The seller retains full rights of rescission in event the terms of the Real Estate Purchase Agreement are violated. For a copy of the Real Estate Purchase Agreement or to schedule a showing contact the auction service at (217) 519-3959.

Seller: Mt. Pulaski Community Unit
District #23

Mike Maske Auction Service
119 S. Lafayette St., Mount Pulaski, IL 62548
 (217) 519-3959  Ill. Auction Lic. # 440.000157

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Larry & Beverly Wake
Antique Auction

Saturday, November 17, 2007    10:00 a.m.
10345 Bell Fountain Rd.,
Dawson, IL

Larry & Beverly Wake have decided to sell the below listed personal property at the Wake home, located 5 miles south of Dawson, IL on Bell Fountain Road.

Directions: Travel 2 miles south of Dawson on "Dawson Rd." jog ¼ mi west, then back south 2 miles on "S. Tower" Road to Bell Fountain, and then 1/2 mile east on Bell Fountain; follow the signs on sale day.

AUTOMOBILE: 1964 Ford Fairlane 500, 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic transmission, 82,000 actual mileage original interior;

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: 4' porcelain Johnson Motor Oil sign; Standard oil dispenser; Selectrama 5 place vending machine; Prestone & Royal Crown thermometers; lighted Stag beer sign; Stag cooler; Reisch beer box; Red Rider #1938, lever action BB gun; wash boards; beer steins; Harper Method tonic bottle; Fostoria-Avon pieces; red & green handle kitchen utensils; several boxes of clean collectible soda bottles; Cobalt bottles; medicine bottles; stereo scope viewer; miniature oil lamps; (2) silver plate lighters; 15 dozen wood egg crate; 3 dozen metal egg crate; egg scale; (6) one gallon milk bottles; large Planters Peanut jar; pickle jar; 5 gallon White Hall crock; large oval bubble glass frame; Columbia phonograph cabinet; White treadle sewing machine; chicken coop;

JUKE BOX: Seeburg SS160 Juke box, 160 selections selling with many 45 records;

FIREARMS: Winchester Model 97, 12 ga., full choke, S# 967726; Fox 12 ga. Double barrel, Model B, S#A760345; Stevens Savage 87T, 22 cal, S#2223093; Winchester Model 190, 22 S L LR, S#643906; Winchester Model 37, 20 ga., single shot;

TOYS & RELATED: JD 6600 combine, flare bed wagon, manure spreader, 3 bottom plow; Structo dump truck; Buddy L car hauler; Vyli VT ladder truck; (2) Hubley log haulers; Tonka fire truck; plastic model car kits from the early 60's; GI Joe; Tom Thumb typewriter; (2) doll beds (one canopy); Sears child's kitchen set, stove, refrigerator, sink; doll high chair; child's table & chairs; wicker doll furniture; small ironing board; Del Monte "Umpkins"; 40 comic books from 70's; a collection of rocking horses suitable for a nursery or little boys room;

FURNITURE: oak dinning room table w/4 chairs; porcelain top oak high chair; oak rocker; beveled glass wall mirrors; wall mount display cabinet; oak book shelves;

SHOP EQUIPMENT: 10" Craftsman radial arm saw w/2 hp. motor; (2) sand blasting pressure pots; Walker style, pneumatic bumper jack;

CHINA & GLASSWARE: Fostoria pastry tray; salt dips; West Germany lead crystal vases; green Depression floral vase; (3) pcs. Gufus glass; pressed glass ice bucket; lots of Arby's gold rim Christmas glasses; partial Nippon sake set; 4 pc. Occupied Japan figurines; Masterpiece Porcelain bird figurines; Lennox bird figurines; covered elephant & donkey glass dishes; Hall refrigerator pitcher; McCoy potbelly cookie jar; Oreo cookie jar; (8) Cat/Pepsi glasses;

HOUSEHOLD: brand new, woven floral drapes; lace curtain panels; nice lace and crochet table cloths; lots of sheets & bedding; comforters; quilt tops and quilt blocks; old quilts; baby quilts; clean towels; nice queen size comforter; throw pillows; afghans; sewing & craft items; lots of home décor items; lots of good quality Christmas; 2' aluminum & ceramic Christmas trees; unique hand crafted baskets; GE under cabinet radio; Shiatsu massaging cushion; Pfaltzgraft organizer; nice 5 place ceiling light fixture; table lamps;


Larry & Beverly Wake, Owners
(217) 364-4888

Mike Maske Auction Service
119 S. Lafayette St., Mount Pulaski, IL 62548
 (217) 519-3959  Ill. Auction Lic. # 440.000157

TERMS: Cash or good negotiable check payable on the day of the Auction. Registration video taped and a valid photo ID is required to obtain a buyers number. Buyers must show provided number for each and every purchase. Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material. Not responsible for accidents or property after sold. All items must be removed on the day of the auction.

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