Black gelding, 5 years old, wt. 1200
Bay gelding, 0 year« old, wt. 1150
Brown gelding. 14 years old, wt. 1100
Grey gelding, 11 years old, wt. 1100
Bay mare, 10 year- old, wt. 1100
Brown mare. 11 years old, wt. 1150
Mare tolt, vomiiig years old
Gelding colt, coming years old
Gelding colt, coming 2 years old
Black gelding, 8 years old,
The land which will be sold at Public Auction, described below, is located in that beau
tiful, rich valley along the foot-hills east ot the "Coteaus" on the old Trail mid-way be
tween Sisseton and Vehlen. This Valley is really a continuation of the famous Red
River Valley, only better.
The described land is about 11 miles from Sisseton, 7 miles from the Hustling town
of Claire City, about 5 miles from Dahlberg's Station, 11 miles from Vehlen and 12
miles from Lake City, the coming summer resort of the Northwest.
In a very desirable Neighborhood of mixed Nationalities, with a good school and
churches of different denominations close by.
The climate in this immediate locality is milder than other localities in this part of
the state as the harsh Northwest winds are timpered by the "Coteaus" on the west
with its thickly timbered gulches.
The soil is a rich black loam with a clay subsoil very productive. This land is water
ed by a beautiful stream of water passing through the northwest part and north edge
known as the Little Minnesota River, having its source at the famous "Big Spring" in
the Hills a few miles above the land never known to have gone dry. The different
Tracts are described as as follows: "120 acres" the NE quarter of the NE quarter of
Grey gelding, 9 years old, wt. 1500
Bay mare, 9 years old, wt. 1200
Bay gelding, 10 years old, wt. 110o
Brown mare, 4 years old, wt. 1000
Mare colt., 1 year old
Bay marc, 4 years old, in foal. wt. 1:550
D. J. PRINDIVILLE, Auctioneer
SISSETON, S. D.
The personal property
County, S. D., 4 1-2 miles S. W. of Da hi berg Station 6 miles S. E. of Vehlen 14 miles N. W. of Sisseton.
lied and white cow, .'! years old, fresh in spring
lie, cow, 5 years old, fresh in April
1 cows, fresh in March
2 heifer calves
I McConnick hinder, S ft. cut. in good order
1 Heering hinder, Oft. cut. in good order
2 fleering mowers. 5 ft. cut. nearly new
2 Deering hay rakes, nearly new
2.lohn Deere gang plows. 1 nearly new
I .I Deere sulky plow with breaking attachment
I Vanl'runt double disc drill, 17 shoe, good
I Van Brunt I I double disc drill, nearly new
I American "20 double disc drill, good condition
I Stoughton wide tire wagon, triple box complete
FARM LANDS and PERSONAL PROPERTY
The Land Sale will be held on the different described tracts immediately after the personal property sale.
Brothers being about to leave the state, will sell at Public Auction all of their personal property and real estate,
il property sale will be held at the Ole Dahlberg place on the NE 1-4 of Sec. 7, Bossko township, Roberts
Sale Beginning at 10:30 O'clock A. M.
Description of Real Estate offered for sale:
HORSES, CATTLE, FARM MACHINERY, ETC.
Sale Starts at 10:30 O'clock Big Free Lunch at Noon
TERMS---of personal property sale, all sums under $10 cash. All sums of $10 or over time will be given on bankable paper with the usnnl rate
of interest. The terms of the land sale will be made known at the time of the sale.
GROVE BROS.. Owners
wide tire wagon, triple box, nearly new
1 wide lire truck wagon with rack
1 narrow tire wagon with rack
1 narrow lire wagon with box
1 narrow tire wagon running gear
2 Buck sweep rakes. 1 nearly new
I 4-horse steel harrow
1 4-horse wood frame harrow with lever and cart
2 grind stones
I Junior hay stacker
1 10 Disc Oshoiirne disc
1 999-John Deere corn planter, nearly new
I Moline corn planter, nearly new
1 John Deere 2-row corn cultivator, nearly new
with 4-horse hitch and 3-horse hitch with
spring hack of shovels instead of wooden pegs
1 John Deere one row corn cultivator
section 20. and the W 1-2 of the NW 1-4 of section 21, Township 127, Range 52.
The improvements on this Tract consist of 80 acres under plow, a small grove and the
remainder fenced pasture and buildings consisting of a five room two story dwelling
house 12x28 with lean-to 12x16, a barn 26x30 12ft posts, a large hog house and hog
yard, a large chicken house, cattle shed 30x70, 3 graneries with a capacity of 5000
bushels, machine shed and automobile garage, a good well of pure water, a stream of
water running through the NW corner of this land never known to have gone dry.
'An Ideal Dairy Farm".
"80 acre Tract" The E 1-2 of the NW 1-4 of sec. 21, twp. 127, range 52. The im
provements on this Tract consist of 70 acres under plow, the balance hay land. Can
be all broken. This tract is quite level, no waste land, the soil is a rich deep black
loam in very good condition.
A NICE PIECE OF LAND "40 acre Tract" The NE 1-4 of the NW 1-4 of section
26, Twp. 127, Range 52. The improvements on this tract consist of 15 acres under
plow. The balance is used for hay land a good crop of upland hay being cut from it
each year. This land is exceedingly rich. This tract would make an ideal Truck
Farm. Can be all broken.
I old style disc cultivator. I shovel cull vat or.
I pair of boh sleigb~
2 Hero fanning mill. I new.
5 set of heavy work banner
1 set light buggy harness
15 tons of good upland hay
One Five Passenger Ford Car
nearly new, in good condition
of every discription and many other arti
cles too numerous to mention.
LEO J. LUKAN1TSCH, Clerk
SISSETON, S. D.
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