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Farm Equipment Auction
Thursday, December 4, 2008 10:00 a.m.
1174 1600th Ave., Beason, IL

Due to the death of Dan Yagow the below listed farm equipment will be sold at Public Auction on the Yagow farmstead located 5 miles southeast of Lincoln, Illinois.

Directions: Travel south of Lincoln on State Rt. 121 2 miles to 1200 th Street, then east one mile to 1600th Ave. then ½ mile south. Follow the signs on the day of the Auction.

COMBINE & HEADS: John Deere 9400 Combine,1086/ 1540 hrs., (Purchased ned,550 acres per year) S#665391, 24.5-32” tires, single Vittetoe spreader, factory bin extension; JD 693 Corn Head, S#695674, adjustable deck plates, pto drive; JD 920 flex platform S#666536; EZ Trail 20’ header transport;
TRACTORS: JD 4650 MFWD Tractor, S# 15905, 4105 hrs, 15 speed Power Shift, 18.4-42” & 14.9-30 tires, 4105 hrs., new engine in winter of 07, 3 outlets, power beyond; JD 4250 Tractor, S# 144134, Quad Range, 18.4-38” singles-like new, 3208 hrs, 3 outlets; JD 4630 Tractor, S#27975R, Quad, 18.4-24” w/10 bolt hubs 14L-16.1 fronts, tires like new, 6224 hrs., 2 outlets; JD 4230, no cab, S#020607R, 8 speed Power Shift Trans. Good 18.4-34 tires, 6267 hrs, 2 outlets; extra set of duals 20.8-38 w/10 hole rims;
TRUCK & AUTO: Ford F250 diesel truck, auto trans., 4x4, 1FTHF2619FPB18433; (97) Ford T-Bird, 96,000 miles, auto trans., 2 door, good condition;
TILLAGE: JD 980 Field Cultivator, 26’, C shank, 5 bar spike harrow; JD 940 field cultivator, 24’, s-tine, rolling baskets; JD 630 disk, 21’, 3 bar tine harrow; JD 2800 6 bottom plow, toggle trip; DMI Ecolo Champ 900, 5 parabolic shanks, double header leveler; JD 825 12-30 row crop cultivator; 11 knife NH3 applicator; 18’ harrowgator; JD 400 Rotary Hoe, 30’ end transport;
WAGONS & TRAILERS: (2) Kill Bro. 385 boxes w/1386 gears, 16.5-16.1 tires; (5) Kill Bro 350 w/10 ton Camco gears & KB 1072 gear; Miller tandem axle 8’x16’bumper hitch trailer; small utility trailer w/title;
MOWER & SHREDDER: Woods Cadet 72; JD # 27 Flail shredder w/4 tires, 540 pto;
PLANTER & DRILL: JD 7200 wing fold planter w/finger pickup units, 250 monitor, 2 regular dps springs, insecticide, no row tillage; IH grain drill on high steel;
SPRAY RELATED: 1000 gallon stainless tank on tandem gear w/3.5 hp pump; 1500 gal steel tank on rack wagon; Sotera 12 volt Chemtraveller; DJ 1000 spray control monitor; Chem Farm saddle tanks w/hydraulic pump;
SHOP EQUIPMENT: Lincoln 225 arc welder; oxy-acetylene tanks & cart; (2) twin cylinder portable air compressors; 4000 lb. engine hoist; North American 30 ton shop press; Ryobi chop saw; misc ;hand tools; lawn & garden tools, nylon straps; log chains & binders;
MISCELLANEOUS: DMC 47’x10” pto grain auger; home built fork lift attachment; quick hitch; Kewanee hd. 8’ blade w/tilt, ang., offset, skit pads; (3) 500 gal. skid tanks w/pumps; iron pile; hog panels & misc. hog eqpt.; new parts; filters; new field cultivator sweeps; Knipco heater; sm. pull type garden sprayer;

Dan Yagow Estate
Donna Yagow, Executor (217) 737-0274
Mike Maske Auction Service
119 South Lafayette St, Mt. Pulaski, IL
(217) 519-3959 IL Lic # 440.000157

TERMS: Cash or approved check payable on the day of the Auction. Not responsible for accidents or property after sold. All items must be removed from the auction site within a week of the Auction.


Mike Maske Auction Service

Mike Maske, CAI
119 S. Lafayette St., Mt. Pulaski, IL (217) 519-3959
IL Auction License #040000157

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Saturday, December 6, 2008 10:00 a.m.
Logan County Fairgrounds, Lincoln, Illinois

Habitat for Humanity Auction

Local individuals and estates have donated items to be sold and the proceeds to be given to the Lincoln Habitat for Humanity. For more information contact George Dahmm (217) 732-6234


FURNITURE: oak kitchen table w/6 wicker back chairs; walnut drop leaf dining room table w/matching china cabinet; round top oak plant stand; very nice solid walnut full bed, chest, dresser & two lamp tables; (2) twin beds; pecan dresser and lamp stand; floral/rust 3 piece upholstered sectional sofa; brown leather sofa w/matching occasional chair; Windsor rocker; nice oak rocker; (2) oval top lamp tables; redwood picnic table;
APPLIANCES: Roper refrigerator freezer; Amana upright freezer; Zenith Digital system 3 TV, cable ready; Westinghouse roaster; table lamps; Kerosun heater;
CHINA & COLLECTIBLES: part set of W S George “Radison” china; nice Japan tea pot w/matching tray; Mikasa “Citation” china; several misc. pink depression pieces; several hand painted plates & bowls;
MISCELLANEOUS: Toro self propelled mower; Sunbeam gas grill; kitchen utensils; lawn & garden tools; pots & pans;


Robert Kuhlamnn Estate Auction

After the Habitat Auction a separate auction for the Robert Kuhlmann Estate will be held. This Estate will sell the below listed woodworking equipment and boat. For more information contact Margo Kuhlmann (217) 648-2532

SHOP EQUIPMENT: Pertormax 16-32 drum sander; Delta AP400 dust collector; Rockwell/Delta wood lathe; 10” Lazer Trac chop saw; Delta 12” portable planer; Craftsman 6” joiner; Rockwell #14 band saw; Craftsman 10” radial arm saw; Delta bench mount drill press; Sears spindle sander; Craftsman 1” best sander on table; Craftsman scroll saw; 21”x17”x38” 27 drawer parts bin; portable air compressor; Central Machine 110volt mortising machine; Craftsman rolling tool box with top chest; 2, 4 & 5 drawer file cabinet; several small shop vacs;
POWER TOOLS: 10 amp battery charger; Porter Cable Mod 550 pocket cutter; Craftsman electric stapler; Bosch 3258 hand planer; (2) Craftsman routers; Royobi & Porter Cable detail sanders; C/H pneumatic brad nailer; pneumatic chisels, impacts, and buffer; Rigid palm sander; Several battery drills, circular saw, saber saw, and misc tools; Porter Cable #555 plate joiner; Milwaukee Sawzall; Dremels and attachments; Makita 4” grinder; Stihl 034 chain saw;
HAND TOOLS: nice screwdriver sets; standard & metric hand wrenches; lots of 1/4, 3/8 & 1/2 socket sets; c-clamps; bar clamps; Quick grip clamps; Dowling jig; Dovetail jig; Craftsman universal jig; picture frame corner jig; Wood planes which include, Bailey 4 &5, Stanley 5 1/4 , 6 & 7, sm. 103 and 10 misc. planes; 14 pc. Forstner bit set ¼” to 2”; Mortise bits; hole saws; lots of twist drill bits and spade bits; router and shaper bits; shop vise; punches; chisels; hand wrenches; lathe tools; pipe wrenches; tape measures; levels; many hammers; lg. lathe calipers; Delta 7” dado set (new
MISCELLANEOUS: Popular Mechanics “Do it yourself” Vol. 1-12 and annuals fro 1970 to 84; Euro Pro portable steam cleaner; electric crimp connectors; large bolt trays full of nuts, bolts & screws, hardware; casters; Vector 2 million candle rechargeable spot light; Hitachi portable TV; Weed Eater leaf blower; Orfeck Professional air purifier; small electric bath heaters; paints stains and finishes; extension cords;
BOAT & TRAILER: 18’ Cabin Cruiser, aluminum hull, single axle trailer, no motor;
FURNITURE: King size, pine water bed w/heater, chest and lamp table;
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT: Ouantum Fitness, Trainer bike; Weslo Cadence 850 Treadmill; Pro-Form 3001 STX Programable stepper;

Mike Maske Auction Service

Mike Maske, CAI
119 S. Lafayette St., Mt. Pulaski, IL (217) 519-3959
IL Auction License #440.000157


TERMS: Cash or approved check paid on the day of the Auction. All items must be removed on the day of the Auction. Not responsible for items after sold.
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Items sold by the Robert Kuhlmann Estate have no connection to Habitat for Humanity.

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409 S. Madison, Middletown, IL.
Sunday, December 7, 2008 2:00 p.m.

Legal Description: Lots 7 and 8, Block 61, original town of Middletown.

This is a house on the corner with 2 lots, the house consisting of a living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, a total of 948 square feet. It has asbestos shingle siding and asphalt shingle roof. There is no basement or garage.
This would be a great “fixer upper” for the right price.

Open house will be on Sunday, November 30, from 2:00-4:00 pm
or by appointment with the 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.

Marsha Wolpert Carpenter and Kent Carpenter, Owners

White Auction Service
Auctioneers: Col. Dan White
Il. License Number: 440000381
501 S. Kickapoo St., Lincoln, IL 62656
Phone: 217-732-4718 or Cell: 217-737-8984

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Art Glass & Collectible Auction
Sunday, December 14, 2008 1:05 p.m.
Zion Lutheran Center, Elkhart, Illinois

(Formerly the Elkhart Grade School)

Susan Johnson and her brothers Jack & Skip Dobey have no need for the below listed items and have come together to offer these family collectibles for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder.

ART GLASS: Beautiful red & gold art glass vase; nice 2 ½” square vase 8” tall; 21”x 6” striped vase; Dresden 10”x 3” vase; Royal Copenhagen 11” vase; amethyst vase;
LEAD CRYSTAL: Orrefors Crystal-(2) large vases, crystal fruit bowls, candy dishes; brides basket; crystal centerpiece vase; Kruf (Sweden) hex vase; (2) Stueben bowls, one covered; 4” crystal ball; (2) beautiful cut glass decanters; cut glass nappies; covered candy dishes; crystal stemware, 10 each of water, wine & sherbets; Rosenthal wine glasses; 9”x8” Champagne chiller; Czechoslovakia vase;
COLLECTOR GLASS: Ruby Glass,10” vase, (2) square vases, (2) 6” sun catchers, (5) nice vases; lg cranberry crystal vase; several lg. blue crystal vases; lots of cobalt, green blue, yellow glass; paperweights;
CHINA & PORCELAINE: beautiful 5 place candelabra w/hand painted figurines said to come from St. Louis in the 1870’s; (6) Berevther salad plates; 92) Rovenmal dove figurines; (8) Royal Staffordshire plates; German Castle plate; (7) Rosenthal collector plates; (2) Noemil plates; (12) demitasse cups & saucers; (2) unique busts; Metamine figurines; Quimper pink monkey; lots of pottery vases;
COLLECTIBLES: Singer 3-120 portable sewing machine w/case from Elkhart High School; 1952 Echo yearbook; Graham mantle clock, refinished but needs repair; Signed Jessie D. Gillette, 1891 A.H. Bogardus “Field, Clover & Trap Shooting”; Golden Manuals of Manners, 1893; History of Logan County 1982 & 1800’s no cover; several branding irons; 8 place spice chest; hand woven runners; (5) Persian rugs; several old postcards;
CROCKS & POTTERY: crock canning jars; 10 gallon crock w/molded handles; crock mixing bowls; Bennington-(4) mixing bowls, large pitcher, (3) small pitchers, (5) misc. pitchers, plates, cups, bowls, (2) bed pans, spittoon and marbles;
FURNITURE: pie safe w/3 paneled doors; primitive cabinet; 1929 Sellers, oak, Hoosier cabinet, never been painted; bentwood cradle; (2) large blanket chests; several nice lamp tables;

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Susan Johnson, Jack & Skip Dobey, Owners
(217) 947-2379 or (217) 737-4895

Mike Maske Auction Service
119 S. Lafayette St
Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548
Illinois Auction License 044.0000157

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 from the sale site on the day of the Auction.


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