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Commencing at 10 o'clock sharp:
commencing at 12 o'clock sharp, new time.
Horn yearling heifers
McKern Jk Manchester,Auctioneers.
Closing Out Sale ill
Having sold the farm we will sell at public auction on the Robert Pickens farm 2 miles north
east of Davis City and 7 miles south of Leon on Jefferson Highway, on
Having sold the farm we will sell at public auction on the Robert Pickens farm 2 miles north-
Thursday, Oct. 16,1919
133 Head of Live Stock
10 Head of Horses and Mules
Good work mare, 11 years old good work mare 8 years old 4 year old gelding, sound: 3
year old mare, sound two 2 year old colts, sound yearling colt, sound 4 year old bay horse, sound:
span of dark brown work mules, mare and liorse, sound, broke to all harness. These horses and
mules are in good ficsli.
26 head of Cattle
15 head of milch cows, some with calf by side, some to be fresh soon 4 coming two year old
heifers 4 early spring calves coming two year old White Face bull. These cattle are nearly all
White Face and in good flesh. Some oilier tattle will be sold.
60 Chester White Hogs
S sows with pigs by sido 32 shoats weighing about 125 pounds. Some other hogs.
HAY AND GRAIN*—About 25 tons of timothy and clover hay in stack. About 125 bushels of
Yellow Conway Seed Oats. About 400 bushels of White Corn more or lees. 40 acres of stalk
I.actuie, about 20 acrcs of meadow pasture, and about 50 acres fof blue grass pasture.
5 dozen Chickens, more or less
FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC.—McCormick mower, corn planter, disc, harrow, 16 inch sulkey
plow, two 14 inch walking plows, Hcosier oats seeder, walking cultivatoi, 2 bull rakes, sulkey
rake, wagon, low wheel wagon ancl lack. Coin King feed mill, grindstone, wagon box. top buggy,
single butfsy, spring buggy bo:-:, corn shollcr, shafts, bobsled, 2 feed bunks, garden tools, step lad
ders, 2 scoop boards, 3 rain barrclls. hog date, pitchforks, rifle, shot gvn. 75 oak posts, bicycle
set of 4 inch work harness, cot of 1% inch work harness, set of driving harness, saddle
and bridle, 4 work collars.
TERMS—A credit of 12 months will bo given on all sums ov^r $10 uudn purchaser giving note
with approved security drawing 8 per cent interest from date. §10 and under cash. 2 per cent
discount for cash. No property to bo removed until settled for.
R. Pickens & Son
Parker & Son Auctioneers. Clark from Farmers Bank, Davis City.
Having rented our farm and going away, we will sell at public sale at our farm 2% miles
due north of Leon, On the Jefferson Highway, on
Tuesday, Oct. 21st
134 Head of Live Stock
8 head of Horses and Mules
Gray mare, smooth mouth, weight 1600 gray mare 7 years old, sound, weight 1650 gray
horse 7 years old, sound, weight 1 600, an extra good work horse iron gray gelding, coming 3
years old. wpight 1300 iron gray gelding, coming 2 years old, iron gray suckling colt. These
three colts are out of Capt. Brown's fray stallion. 2 suckling mare mules, out of Geo. Gray's
79 head of Cattle
8 good milch cows, moitlv Short Horns 7 White Face cows with calves by side 20 head of
high grade Angus cows and heifers: 9 White Face spring calves 9 good two year old White
Face and Short Horn steers 18 yearling steers, mostly Angus
White Face yearling heifers.
47 head of Hogs
5 high grade Chester White yfearling brood sows 8 young sows 17 shoats weighing about
150 pounds 10 shoats weighing about 75 pounds 1 Duroc male hog 1 pure bred Chester White
sow and 5 pure bred male hogs from Ralph Goodman's herd.
HAY AND GRAIX—20 tons of hay, 3 stacks of good oats Straw, 200 bushels of last year's
Corn, about 13 acres of Corn in shock, 10 acres of Corn in field, about 600 bushels of good Oats,
about 50 bushels of Rye, some Timothy Seed, some tankage.
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.—low down iron wheel wagon, wagon bed, hay rack, bobsled and
qnj 'eSBUJB.i 'jpbj aappojber tired buggy, sleigh, 2 extra wagon tongues, set of extra wagon
wheels, corn sheller, 3 section harrow, 6 foot Milwaukee binder. 6 foot (Milwaukee mower, 6 foot
McCormick mower, nearly new McCormick corn binder a good one, hay rake, low down seeder,
Blackliawk manure spreader, John Deere corn planter, weeder, Deere riding or walking culti
votor, P. & O. cultivator. Deere spring tooth cultivator, John Deere 16 inch sulkey plow, Casaday
16 inch sulkev plow, Deere cutaway disc, P. & O. disc, double shovel garden plow, hand garden
plow, lawn mower, 2 sets work harness, set of single buggy harness, some good extra collars, a few
stands of bees, 15 or 20 loads of wood, good kitchen range, cream separator, washing machine,
some potatoes and numerous other articles.
Ladles Aid Will Serve Lunch
TERMS—A credit of 12 months will be given on all sums over $10 upjpn purchaser giving
note with approved security djawing 8 per cent interest from date,
property to be removed until settled for.
Angus yearling heifers 3 Short
$10 ana under cash. No
Fred Teale, Cleric.
TBI HON KKPOKTKK, THUKSDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1919.
Closing Out Sale!II PUBLIC SALE!
We will sell at public sale at the
Davis City and Pleasanton road on
Commencing at 12 o'clock sharp:
Parker & Son, Auctioneers-
11 milch cows 3 to 6 years old 2 two year old heifers 4 yearling heifer 14 calvcs extra
good Short Horn bull and White Face bull, toth extra good ones.
head of Horses
2 smooth mouth mares 2 mares 11 years old 2 bay horses 3 and 4 years old yearling
26 head of Hogs
3 brood sows 21 shoats weighing 100 to 125 lbs. Registered 2 year old Duroc boar: Poland
.HAY, GRAIX, ETC.—400 bushels of good old White Corn, more or less 150 bushels of Oats
6 to 8 tons of hay 5 tons of bound cane.
FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC—16 inch Satley sulkey plow, Deer^ng mower, sulkey rako, corn
planter, 2 listers, 2 go-devils, 2 drills, Busy Bee riding cultivator, walking cultivator, stalk cutter,
disc, new Kratzer buggy, basket hay rack, 2 two leaf harrows, bull rake. Acme stacker, Dcoring
swinging stacker, good as new, 2- 14-inch walking plows, 16-inch walking plow, buggy pole, low
wheel wagon, set of single buggy harness, saddle, and other articles.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Kitchen cabinet, 2 couches, center table, 2 iron bedsteads,. wood bed
stead, lawn mower and numerous articles.
10 CORDS OF WOOD. LUNCH BY CUMMIXGS BROS.
TERMS—A credit of 6 months will be given on all sums over $1,0 upon purchaser giving
note with approved security drawing 8 per cent interest from date. ?10 and under cash. 2 per
cent per annum discount for cash. No property to be removed until settled for.
W. D. Merritt C. G. Cummings
I will sell at the Harve McClaran farm 4 miles northwest of Decatur, qp.
Thursday, Od. 23
Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp, the following property:
232 head of Live Stock
59 head of Cattle
40 head of 1 and 2 year old high grade Hereford heifers 5 yearling steers 6 milch cows 8 spring
calves. This stuff is fat and ready for market.
40 head of Ewes
Extra good ones, shearing better than 9 pounds of wool this year, bred to thoroughbred Shropshire
133 head of Hogs
17 brood sows, six with pigs by side, rest to farrow by day of sale thoroughbred Chester White
boar: 3 thoroughbred Duroc Jersey spring boars 35 spring Chester White gilts 77 spring shoats.
weighing from 60 to 115 pounds. Most all of these hogs are Chester Whites, but not recorded.
1000 bu. Corn, more or less
1000 bn. Oat»s
Nearly new Good Enough Gang Plow
TERMS—A credit of 9 months will be given on all sums over $10 upon purchaser giving note with
^•approved security drawing 6 per cent interest from date if paid when due, otherwise to draw 8 per
cent from date until paid. $10 and under cash. No property to be removed until settled for.
*. 2 per cent per annum discount for cash.
Gooding, McKern Manchester, Aacttaeen CSeric from Clllww Slate Savings
D. Merritt farm 2 miles southeast of Davis City, on the
head of Live Stock
33 head of Cattle
J. N. Gates, Clerk.