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One new John Deere Gang Plow
One Janesville Sulky Plow, 16-hi. One Van Brunt 22-Disc Drill One John Deere Disc Harrow One Deere Corn Planter with check rower Two Corn Plows One McCormick Mower, 5-ft. One McCormick Hay Rake One Champion Hay Rake One Dane Hay Stacker Two Bull Rakes Two Hay Racks One 8-ft. Deering Binder, nearly new One Hard Coal Heater One Majestic Range, nearly new One Laundry Stove One Oil Stove One Oil Heater 1TDMQ fir AI P" AUCTION Wednesday, One Registered Holstein Bull, 9 mo. old One Registered Holstein Cow, 7 yrs., springing One Registered Holstein Cow, 6 yrs., springing One Registered Holstein Cow, One Registered Holstein Cow, 3 yrs., giving milk Two Registered Holstein Yearling Heifers One Bay Team, 6 & 7 yrs. One Brown Mare 6 yrs. One Spotted Mare 5 yrs. One Brown Mare 15 yrs. One Span Mules 12 yrs. One Bay Mare Colt 2 yrs. 4 3000 1200 1200 1200 2600 Two Stands One China Cupboard One Dining Table One Couch One Divan A11 sums of I. W. STANDLEY, Auctioneer $ 1000 or THE HOPE PIONEER yrs., springing Owing to the fact that the junior member of the undersigned partnership has been drafted for service in the National Army, we will offer our com plete farming equipment at auction on our farm, Section 10-144-55, Colgate Twp., 5 miles east and 1 mile south of Hope, on Beginning at 10 O'clock A. M. 26—HEAD OF REGISTERED and GRADE HOLSTEIN CATTLE—2B This herd was headed by the splendid Holstein Bull, Maple Crest DeColl Pell, No. 94158 HORSES, MULES, HOGS, SHEEP AND POULTRY One Bay Mare Colt 1 yr. One Spotted Horse Colt, 1 yr. One Sucking Mare Colt, 4 mos. 112 Head of Sheep and Lambs 1 Shropshire Ram, 2 yrs. old FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HAY, ETC. One 8-ft. Acme Binder One Hallock Weeder One 3 1-4 Tank Wagon One 90-bu. Tank One 75-bu. Tank One Grain Elevator Two Truck Wagons One Success Manure Spreader One Single Top Velie Buggy One Surrey One Spring Wagon One Bob Sled One 5-H. P. Economy Engine ItlflHd Ur OHLC. ed. All property must be settled for with clerk before removed from premises. HOUSEHOLD GOODS B. A. KERSTING & SON, One Bookcase Six Dining Chairs Six Cane-seated Chairs One Morris Rocker Five Rocking Chairs FREE LUNCH AT NOON October 10, '17 under, Cash. On sums over that amount bankable papers due September 15th. 1918 will he Five Grade Holstein Cows, 3 to 6 yrs. old Three Grade Holstein Heifers, 2 yrs. old Seven Grade Holstein Yearling Heifer Calves Two Red Cows, 5 and 6 yrs. old Two Steers, 2 years old (One cow in bunch is fresh and balance will be fresh before Christmas) OWNERS One Brood Sow, 1 yr. old Twenty-three Shoats Sixty Buff-Rock Hens Eighty Spring Chickens One Tom and Four Hen Turkeys Twenty-eight Young Turkeys One 6 in. Burr Martin Feed Grinder One De Laval Cream Separator One Babcobk Milk Tester Five Cream Cans One Blacksmith Outfit Six Hay Slings One Pump Jack Twenty Acres of Corn in Shock A Quantity of Potatoes 50 to 75 Tons of Tame and Wild Hay in Stack Five Sets of Work Harness One Set of Driving Harness One Set of Single Harness Two Bedroom Suites Two Bed Steads One Ice Cream Freezer Two 15-gal. Stone Jars And numerous other household articles De K. W. HAVILAND, Olerk accept"