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10 Head Horses
and Mules. Age Wt. One black mare, 9 yrs. 1250 One black mare, 9 1150 One bay mare, 15 One bay horse, 12 One bay horse, 4 One colt coming 2 Four good work mules One fresh milch cow One heifer, fresh in June, 2 years old Three pigs, wt. 125 lbs. 1300 1300 1200 TFKMS Of* fiAf F# Friday, March 8 I AI1 ™"miover ten dollars bankable paper will be accepted due Oct. 1st, 1912, drawing 8 per cent interest. 5 per cent discount for cash on all sums over $10.00. ALL PURCHASES MUST POSITIVELY BE SETTLED FOR ON DAY OF SALE. No exceptions will be made to this rule and nothing can be removed from the premises until settlement is made in full with the clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Sackrison,Prop F. W. Ehred, Clerk The undersigned will sell at Public Auction at the Peter Shellman farm, 5 miles north of Hope, 4 and 1-2 miles south of Sherbrooke, 3 and 1-2 miles southeast of Blabon, Sec. 7-145-55, the following property, on beginning at 10:30 A. M. Free Lunch and Horse Feed at Noon. sums of ten dollars or under, CASH. On sums Farm Machinery Etc. 2 McCormick Harvesters 1 Hoosier Drill 1 Dowagiac Drill 1 Emerson Triple Gang 2 John Deere Gangs, 14-in. 1 wide tire wagon and grain tank One Wagon One Johnston Mower One Johnston Hay Rake One Fanning Mill One Breaking Plow One 4-horse Harrow Some Household Goods rt 12 I. W. Standley M'4y. pipi __ AUCTIONEER Mope, N.D.