Clipped From The Daily Telegram
is PUBLIC AUCTION "Having sold my farm must sell at punllc auction on the farm-known as the P. I. Alderdyce farm. 1 mile east of Onsted. or 1'A miles south of Spring- Mile, or 12 miles northwest of Adrian: the following described property. Wednesday, March 17, 1943 . '•• -' Commencing at 1:00«o'clock: . , HORSES: -Matched sorrel team; 6 yrs. old, sound and sensible, lady worked last summer. Mare and gelding, wt. 3400. . /COWS: Six 2-3 yr. old, first calves; one 5 yr. old, with twin calves, Holsteins; 3 Holstein and Jersey, soon to freshen; 2 heifers to freshen in. Aug., 4 not bred. These cows are T.B. and Bangs tested. SHEEP: 15 ewes,-1 to 6 yrs., coarse wool; 5 choice red gilts, due in April. cmCKENS: J50 Leghorns.. " FEED: Hay, 15 ions.'some mixed, mostly alfalfa; corn, 500 bu.; oats; 25 bu. for seed, 75 bu. regular. Potatoes, 8 bu. FARM-TOOLS: FARM-TOOLS: Wagon and flat rack; Oliver stag plow, 14 in.; 3 sec. spring drag; 99 Oliver plow; 2-horse riding cultivator; drag cart; mowing machine, used 2 years: side rake, used 2 years, raked 15 acres per year; dump rake; 8 ft. grain binder, perfect for horses or tractor; set of dump boards; buzz saw frame and mandrel with sliding table; wheelbarrow; set of fence stretchers; set of horse nets; DeLaval cream separator, 750 Ib. size; 3 sets of doubletrees: 2 neckyokea: log chains. 2 T. tackle block. 20 ft. ladder. 2 gas barrels, 2 Myers hay cars,, dinner bell, 30 rods new No. 9 wire fence, new double double harness, older sel, greased and repaired; 3 10-gal. milk cans; hay sling; log chain, -2 harpoon hay forks, 50 ft. garden hose, kitchen range, brooder stove, writing desk. P. I. ALDERDYCE, Owner Linehan & Linehan. AucL 103 W. Maumee St. Adrian.