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KREIDER SALE furniture and collecti-
A Public Auction of Wes was held Septem-
Mon., October 9« 1995
Super Commercial Property
Near Selinsgrove - Kantz
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Property bat both bone and |nr plot commercial mm. Juu I I a mil*
from Seliniprovc. The home conrtiu of 3 bedroom, I 1/2 bad*. livint note,
dininc room, Ulcbon and laundry and 22x30 earafc. Ctantmcial buUdini it
30*60 with 16x41 addition. Currently med at body tbop wtlh paint nan and
olTicc. fully intuluod. wind, air lira tbroufliout drop and pit.
• Owntr Wry Medrutad. Mutt Sal •
Cab mttlontan rordtowiaf.
ownm; Rich & Judy Varner
Attorney: Moon ft Cravftz
KENNETH E. HASBWQER NEIL A. COURTNEY
McClura, PA 17841 Rlchflald, PA 17088
MI-H 01532-1 AM-002881-L
Sat, Oct 7,1995
9:30 A.M. Preview
from 8:00 A.M. .
Murry Auction Emporium
23 N. Water St, Lititz, PA. directly to
rear of Sturgis Pretzel House.
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Sat., October 7,1995
Lg. Selection of Old Car Parts
Model A & Ts To Include Frames,
Lights, Fenders, Electrical Pts.,
Wheels & More.
Selling Antiques & Collectibles
From The Estate Of Paul Lahr.
Direction*: From Northumberland travel North on Rt. 11,
proceed approx. 11/2 mil**. Turn left on Park Lana, than
right on Ofd Oanvllla Highway, auction I* on the left.
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
Tall Miuion Clock. Oak Bookcase, Sm. Blanket Chest; Plano Stool: 5 Oak
Cham. Oak Rocker: Oak Hall True, Oak Server, Depression Vanity,
Depression Square China Closet, Drop Lear Table. Kitchen Cupboard. Floor
Model Radio, Gilded Mirror, Cast Floor Lamps. School Desk, Fruit Dryer,
Sled, Northumberland Bridge Picture, Broad Ax-Mannedgc. Lewistown, Ray-
O-Lamp, Dietz Inspectors Lite, PRR Signal Lanterns, Kero Lamps. Finger
Lamps, Lite Brackets, Brass Miners Lamp. Stcrcoptic, Griswold Waffle Iron.
Slight Damage. 35 Pc Halls Fall Pattern, Walpak Waffle Iron. Indian.
Damage. Wagner #l2 Fry Pan, Egg Scales. Wood Planes. Spider Cherry
Seeder. Zinc Lids. Squirrel Nut Cracker; Jumbo Peanut Jar, Halls Tfea Pot A
Others, Bear Bank. While House Vinegar Jug, Misc Crocks A Jugs. Swirl
Blue Granite Dish. Gloss Baskets. Salt Dips; Shirley Ibmple Creamers. Ruby
Glass, Chicken On Nest, German Bowl, Carnival-Ware Northwood: Cups A
Saucers. Mouse Creamer, Austria Pieces, Pressed ft Pattern Glass; Misc
Depression, Violm/Case. Cavalier Trumpet, Costume Jewelry, Hat Pins, St
Razors, S S Salts A toppers, Wanatta Co Co Jar, Milk Bottles, Tobacco Tins,
Humpiy Dumpty Bowl Tin. Shed Peanut Butter Tin, Allentown Lard Can.
Wise totalo Chip Tin, 45 Records, Careen Board. Coburn Mill Calendar, 1939
World’s Fair Cane, Date Jars Including Midgets, Glass Wash Board, Clover
Date Thermometer, Hand Bells. Flail, Cast Lemon Squeezer, Roscdole N B
Box, Sirawcuttcr, Bag Can, Gig. Pilcher Pump, Milk Stool, Hay Fork, Coro
Shelter, Oram Cradle, Beam Seales, Buck Saw, Nail Kegs. Bushel Measure.
Glass Oil Jars, Buggy Poles, Cant Hook. Bone Grinder, Platform Scales, PRR
Spike Puller, Apple Peeler, Sod Irons, Dough Scraper. Tnvets, Meal Saw, Cow
Bell, Milk Cons, Draw Knives, Hay Fork, Augers. Tongs; Scales. Oiler, Anvil,
PRR Shovel, Masons Tools, Sprinkle Cun, 2 Man Saw, D.T Boxes; Shoe
Last Hood Ornaments. Milk Bottles’ Fisher's, Manchester Cream Top.
Brcmkhuff Cream Tbp, Kauffman Cop Top, A.H Myers, Ross. Glen Cove.
Shsmokm. Poitzlinc; Whiling. York, Billows. Rothermels, Harrisburg:
Hoffman. Clover Leaf, Shaffer. Elijah Balmer, Lycoming. Romhcrgere:
Liverpool, Glendale. Vincents, Campbell. United, Irwins, East Malta, Engles,
Erdlcys. Ncidiga, Fetters. Selinsgrove, Guns Win MD 94-55#2820987.
HOUSEHOLDS, SHOP &
18 Cu Fl Refrigerator Wuhcr. Fall Front PA Houae Desk Also Oropleaf
Tabic, Sofa ft Choir, Miac Upholstered Chairs, Roll-A-Way Bed, Hoover
Upright Vacuum. Hutch Top, Bedding, Card Ihhlc, Folding Tkblcs. Poreh
Swing, Step Stool. Potato Plow, Walk Behind Cultivator, Metal Traps, Chisels
ft Slicks. Stanley #45 Plane. Still m Orig. D T. Box, Cyclone Seeder, Chains,
Bench Grinder. Vise, Handles, Lawn Roller. Creeper, Buckcl-A-Day Stove.
Butcher Kettle ft 1 Foot; #l2 Meat Grinder, 1 Qi Sausage SuifTcr, And So
AUCnONEB* ’S NOTE: GrmtttUctUm, Amtmintkit
Burdette Lahr, to*
KENNETH E. MASSINGER NEIL A. COURTNEY
RR 02, Box MS R.D. «1 Box 239
MeCluro, PA 17541 Rlchflold, PA 170 M
(717)868-3536 Urlii (717)539-8791
ber 23 by Thelma A. bowl $47.50, Marlin
Kredier and others at 33 30-30 rifle $925, Marlin
N. Kinzcr Rd„ Kinzers. 22 rifle $lO5, table and
Lane. Co., Pa. There 6 chairs $2OO, chest of
were 190 registered for drawers $l4O, wooden
the sale. wheelbarrow $205 and
Some prices received cement mixer $l9O.
were: Gap advertising Barr/Davis were the
Mon., October 16,1995
• Real Estate •
Homt/CommtrcM Building -10.58 Acres
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Hie home cousins of 3 bedrooms. 1 3/4 balks, living room, dinning room,
kitchen, roll basement with 1 car garage and 3/4 bath, deck oft of dining room
with sliding door. Also on the property is a 40x90x16 It fully insulated garage
with oil hot air heat and separate sewer facilities and well Complete with office
and parts room. This real estate is very versatile with possible subdivision
Cal Aacliaaaan ftir *owtaf
on« David and Kathy Varner
KENNETH E. HASSINBER NEIL A. COURTNEY
MeClura, PA 17M1 /Wpfev Richflald, PA 17086
(717)658-3536 U-Sm (717)539-8791
EARLY QUALITY ANTIQUES A COLLECTIBLES
WINFIELD L. ERBS TAVERN
A (10) ROOM APT.
COMPLETELY FULL OF NICE ANTIQUES 6
COLLECTIBLES, FURNITURE, GLASSWARE-CHMA
(30) LAMPS - BAR RELATED ITEMS - CIVIL WAR
NICE OAK STORE FIXTURES ■ STATUES ■ PRINTS, ETC.
(17) West Pueqeiele St, Downtown
(Near Mid-State Bank). Generations
Of Inventory From 20'a - 30'a. ate.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8. 12:31 PM
AlWqua Furniture A Fixtures: (2) 3 pc SaM Oak Bedroom Sukaa, wftlgh
Back Bids With stand, Dramri, Oik Chun, Platterm Rockers, Victorian
Dnm, Iron Bids, Slip Back Cupboard, Nice 2 pc KHchan Cupboard,
Hoilir lypi Cupboard, Claw Fool Chairs, Small ok) Cupboard, Sawing
Machlnas, Mahogany Levs Baal, Buffats, Chastnut Table, Round Oak
Psdastal, Claw Fool Tabla w*S Chairs, S Pc. Early lea Craam Sal, Victorian
Chain, Oak Claw Fool, Übrary Tabla, rnarbls Top Tablaa, Victorian Whin
Matbla Top nWaa. 4 Victorian FhgarCarvad Chain, Victorian Minora, High
Back Bookcasa Sscmaty Disk, 3 Re High Back Badtoom Suita, Droplaal
Tablaa, walnut Chssts, Baldwin Spinal Plano Ex. Core) nica. Lamps:
Approx. 30 dlffamnt asaottad lamps Including' Early hand palmed hanging
calling lamps, Cirda Piano Lamps, Alladsn lamps, numarous banqual lamps,
savanl lamp stands, 2 aariy Brass floor lamps. Rad Satin Floor Lamp, 3
Sons With Tha Wind Lamps, AHadan disk lamp. Cotlactiblea: Cories
Grinders, Deitz Lanlamt, Many Many Bsautiful Fmmsa, Rsgulator Wall
Clock, Signed Laroy Dalad 1888 Wal Prlnla, Toros Ihs but rights, Mogatt
busL Balhovan bust, many ok) raootda, mounted hsada, signed bisque llg
urines, brass buckets, teddy bast*, aariy book markers, carxanrs, brass tur-
Das. manna docks, photo album a, Balhovan status, aariy Ink wets. Oso
BuaL many 30s pictures. savaral Karmen rugs, vlokn, thS Ortantal Rug, ok)
BWaa, waeh bowl tat, kerosene lamps, wash stand, wicker baskets, Leroy
F.MMsr and Sons Plano NICE, 100 other flams 100 numarous to mention In
glassware, china, dishes, ale Country Blom and Bar Raided Mamar Nice
old dya cupboards, decorated L-ahapsd gists from oak atora cab. unusual 8
nice, Quean Ann China CloisL Early Bear Trays. 2 Brest Cath Registers,
Other Bar and Store Related Fixtures and ktma too numarous to mention.
Special Note: Ntoa Dtooreltd Sds, alto boar coders, gas grid, Hotpolm
flafrig., Maytag Auto. Waahsr.
TERMS: CaeMer Cheek • Food • Port*|ohn • Bring Chain
Autfioriaed Sofd By Carmen Mootore ■ QuerdUn, Deve Meeon - Counc*
DON’T MISS THKAUCTIONII
TRUCK & HEAVY
EQUIPMENT REPAIR SHOP
TWO WRECKERS, TOOLS, PARTS, etc. from
a Retired Doyles town, PA Mechanic TO BE
HELD @ THE WARWICK TWP. FIRE CO.
BANQUET HALL, RT. 263 (York R<L), JAMI
SON, BUCKS CO., PA. ON
Wed., Oct 18th, 1995
@ 9:30 AJM.
INCLUDING: OTC SS Shop Press, Ammco 3000
Giant Safe Turn Brake, Van Norman disc brake
grinder, port, engine crane, 10 ton floor jack, pres
sure washers, Miller 200 amp mig welder, Robin Air
recycling machine, Vacula brake tools, CP & Snap
On Impact tools, Mateo 10 ton porta power. Coach
tire repair tools, PLUS: INTERNATIONAL 10
WHEEL WRECKER, FORD WRECKER, wide
variety of brand new hardware & bins, parts, etc.
WATCH FOR FULL LISTING IN UPCOMING
ISSUES OF THIS PUBLICATION
ROBERT H. CLINTON & COMPANY, INC.
P.0.80x 29, Ottsville, PA 18942
(610)847-5432 * FAX (610) 847-2536
A Public Auction of
antiques and toys was
held September 23 for
die estate of Florence K.
Reitz, 4 miles east of
Red Cross and Rt. 224,
included: oak kitchen
cabinet $4OO, 3 piece
oak bedroom suite
$425, Hannan wood &
coal stove $775, Colum
bian parior stove $3OO,
butter print $l3O, butter
bowl $65.1 quart glass
butter churn $2lO,
decorated jug $260, red
ware plate $2BO, Charlie
McCarthy wind-up toy
Mickey Mouse Safety
Patrol car $175 and
Fisher-Price Pop Eye
Mark J. Jones and
Jeff Dunkelberger were
The District Heifer
Auction was held Sep
tember 22 at the Leba-
Peiiod 18th dr 19th Century Furniture From
Chester Co., Balt., Mass.; Samplers From
1786-1818; Coverlets; Primitives; Advertis
ing dr Ephemera; Books; Cast Iron, Christmas
Items; 6" Mocha Mug; and Morel
The Lifelong Collection of Raymond St Audrey Delano, of
(Advert, Cecil Co., MD will be offered at “Hebron's Gift" ■
211 Brick Meeting House Rd„ Northeast MD ons
FRI. OCT. 6 -10 AM, SAT. OCT. 7 - 9AM, & SAT. OCT, 14 • 10AM
DIRECTIONS: Approx. 35 mi. north of Baltimore A 35 ml. south of Philadelphia. Exit 100 off
1-95 onto Rt. 272 wost bound. Go approx. 4 ml. to Brick Meetinghouse Rd.'A make right.
Naar tha inter, of Rt. 272 A Rt. 273 across from Calvart Nursing Roma.
FRIDAY OCT. 0 • 10AM: Staffordshire China, C. 1830; pressed pattern glass; some flow blue;
Liberty Bell glass; Mercury glass; Nippon; T. Haviland; Hsisey; salts; books to incl. old chil
dren's books (Mother Goose), old atlases: history, Martha Findley books (Elkton, Md.) military;
1893 Exposition World's Fair Book; 1877 Cecil Co. Atlas; Christmas Items (Die Cuts, miniature
figure) balls, small feather tree); early women A children's clothing; lady's & men's hats; Scout
items; advert, pcs. to incl. Oxford, Lancaster, York, Balt., & Cecil Co. calendars, shotglasses,
bottle openers; 1900's Cecil Co. postcards; 1863 Balt. Daily Gazette-death of Stonewall Jack
son; 1865 Cecil Whig art-death of A. Lincoln; beadwork purses, Viet, drapes; M. 1.8. doll
manikin; dolls to Incl. Effanbee "May Star* in orig. box; Pinnochio; 20* & 30* composition dolls;
McCarthy puppet, windup tin toys; plus much more!
SATURDAY OCT. 7 - BAM: Approx. 80 pcs. of furniture to incl. (mostly 18th & early 19th cen
tury) wal. tilt top tea table, birdcage base, w/cabriole legs & padded snake feet C. 1790 (minor
repair); 2 pc. mah. banquet tables, hand turned spiral legs w/some carving around apron, C.
1820; 7' drop front plantation desk; early 7' double door china cupboard (14 panes of glass
per door), pegged, glass cemented in; Viet. sofa from Robt. Fulton House in Lancaster Co.;
mah. swivel top game table, empire pedestal w/4 legs; 2-earty candle stands & lamp stands;
camphorwood stagecoach trunk, leather bound with brass nails; 6-Vict. upholstered chairs;
Sheraton wal. backsplash graduated chest of drawers, C. 1780; Sheraton chest of drawers;
wal. wardrobe signed Henry Oubree-Unionville, PA (Chester Co.), May 30,1843; early pine
bench table; Windsor A Heywood Wakefield Windsor chairs; Sleigh bed C. 1820-Mass.; mah.
3 door bookcase; linen press; several blanket chests; very nice early needlepoint rocker; child's
drop leaf table; Deacon's Bench; early pine baby cradle; Adirondack rockers; foot warmer stool
with punched tin hearts; fantastic metal A wooden music/book stand; jelly cupboard; mah.
drop leaf table; plus many more pcs. MATERIALS TO INCL: 5-homespun Samplers dated
1785-1815 (1786 made by Liza Lovtjoy), 5 coverlets (2-dated); several rugs to incl. Chinese
oriental room size rug; small braided rugs; old patchwork quilts A tops; MISCELLANEOUS
ITEMS TO INCL. IT Mocha mug (banded creamware); carved folk art horse A sleigh w/driver
approx. 36‘ long); cast iron door stops, early trivets, A boot jacks; ABC tin plate-Maiy Had A
Little Lamb; 6 pc. Britannica tea set; pewter chargers; hallmark pewter plates; blue decorated
stoneware crocks A pitcher w/flowers; primitive fireplace tools A utensils; andirons made by
local blacksmith (Jackson) from Battle Swamp, Port Deposit, iron forks A turners, bellows;
coffee grinder; pantry boxes; numerous old cookie cutters; squeeze box accordion; tin oil
mammary warmer; muzzle loader percussion shotgun; butter molds A prints; candle boxes;
sugar firkin; paintings to incl. C.X Carlson (Chester Co.Pa); 3 steel etchings by G.H. McCord,
J. Henry Hill, A W. Wellstood in beautiful frames; decoys (19S0's M. Mitchell); etc.
SATURDAY OCT. 14 - 10 A.M.: Household items, tools, planes, unfinished furniture and odds
A ends left over from first 2 days of sale.
TERMS: Cash uniats known to Auction Co. If not, Bank Lsttsr of Credit nsadtd I.D
M/C A VISA aecsplad. Out of stala tax I.D. * not accepted. Tan percent buyer's premium.
NOTE Hebron's Gift was first recognize In 1730 A was used as a lanyard by a John Day.
The Estate pasted through many hands until the Delano family purchased it in 1956. Both
Raymond A Audrey were well known In the area both at collectors of fine antiques. Their
personal collection will now bo available, with no reserves, at public auction. It it with great
honor and pleasure that we have been commissioned to conduct this auction. Please join
us to honor On Delano family at this auction that will be remembered for some lima In the
Cecil Co. area. Auction held under tent rain or shine.
UntieiMfcmhfl, fcifcmHy; September fe,
non Area Fairgrounds,
offRL 72 south of Leba
The 75 head of regis
tered and grade Hols
teins, red and whites.
Brown Swiss and
$lOOO. The top heifer
sold for $3OOO and a two
month old calf $lOOO.
Harry Bachman was
A Public Auction of
real estate and antiques
was held September 23
for the estate of Harry
W. Hamilton, 2 miles
west of While Horse
along Route 340, Lane.
Co., Pa. There were 456
attending the sale.
The S 3 acres with a
2i4 so try brick house
and a barn was sold for
$336,000 to Emanuel
Floyd of Bird-in-Hand,
An additional 17
acres of land were sold
for $175,000 to Amos
Lapp, Hershey Church
Road, Kinzers, Pa.
** FANTASTIC 3 DAY **
Other prices were: 3
piece marble-top bed
room suite $1650, C
roll secretary desk
$l5OO, maple wardrobe
$BOO, kitchen cabinet
$5OO, oak chest-of
drawers $290,2 Empire
bureaus $2OO & $225,
' oak dresser $250, spool
oak bed $2OO, pressed
back rocker $lOO,
blanket chest $350,
North Pole wooden ice
box $350, feather
Christmas tree $360,
wooden high chair
$3OO, 2 flower stands
$460, wicker W)y
coach $3OO, pie 'pup
board $325, thrpe
gallon jug $l9O, four
gallon corck $l2O. old
salt box $l4O, copper
kettle $450. oak head
board $3OO and box of
zinc lids $llO.
Roberts. Martin. Jef
frey R. Martin, Randal
Ranck and apprentice
Michael L. Martin were
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