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Tne Central Record, Thursday Sept. 14 1916
Fine Farm, Mules, Horses, Cattle, and Sheep. Having decided to move my residence from Garrard County, I will, beginning promptly at ten o'clock a.m., on THURSDAY, SEPT. 21st, 1916 sell my farm, four miles from Lancaster, on the Lexington pike, to the highest and best bidder. This farm contains 1 37 acres, more or less, with splendid improvements, consisting of eight room two story frame dwelling, with all necessary out-buildings, in splendid repair, with good tobacco barn sufficient to house six acres of tobacco and all well watered. The farm is well located, near good school and is in a splendid neighborhood and lies near the best turnpike in Garrard County. Twenty-five acres of this land is now in corn, six acres in tobacco, eight acres in hemp and the remainder in good grass. The farm will be sold on the following terms: $4,000.00 cash January 1st, 1917, when deed will be made and possession given. Balance on a credit of one and two years, with negotiable lien notes, bearing interest from January 1st, 19 1 7, at the rate of six per cent. Seeding privileges will be granted to the purchaser this fall. At same time and place will sell the following personalties; including 25 acres of growing corn. TERMS: (Battle. Mules, Implements. cow and one cow and calf. 5 tnree vear old mules a11 broken. IK. ne tW0 horSe sled; two turnIn2 Plows; one five tooth CUCC7D 0ne four year old horSe raule' plow; two douWe snovels one cutting harrow; one O ii E- i Four yearling mules. H-HHL drag harrow; one cum planter; one cultivator; one 26 head of high-grade ewes and one Southdown Buck. Two draft mares, good workers. RHHMIIHHi single shovel plow and numerous other articles. TfHBTSTqg TWp-gSfr All sums of $10.00 and under cash in hand, sums over that amount payable January 1st, 1917, without interest, but secured note required. COL. I. M. DUNN, AHCtloHeer.