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Jig THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1917. V*
Five Spring Hogs
From Yearlings up to 12 years old.
and other articles too numerous to mention.
I. A. HARRIS, Auctioneer
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HE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD, VALLEY C!TY, NORTH DAKOTA
4s I have decided to try (arming on a ^mailer scale, (be following personal property will be sold at Auction to the
highest bidder, on the Gust Elm (arm, section 24, Skandia township, S miles north oi Hastings.
COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., ON
IN OF STORMY WEATHER, SALE WILL BE POSTPONED UNTIL THE 14th
2 John Deere gangs, Oliver gang, John Deere breaker bottom sulky, John Deere stubble bottom
sulky, Peoria 20-single disc drill, 2 26-foot Boss harrows, 18-footspring tooth harrow, McCormick
mower, hay rake, disc harrow, 2 Wilberg pulverizers, 2 7-foot McCormick binders, 8-foot flcCor
mick binder, Rock Island hay loader, side delivery hay rake, corn cultivator, 2 wide-tire wagons
complete with grain box, 2 wide-tire wagons complete with hay racks, single top buggy, riding
cart, Hero smut cleaner, Jumbo cockle mill, 100-egg incubator, 175-egg incubator, 2 brooders,
5 sets heavy work harnesses, set driving harness, 2 water tanks, 1 cutter gear. Some household
FREE LUNCH AND HORSE FEED
Sums of $10 and under, Gash over that amount time will given until
1918, on approved bankable paper with interest at the rate of 10 per
7 Head of Cattle
Prom Spring calves up to cows 7 years old.
A Few Turkeys Twelve Ducks
O. T. OLSON, Clerk