Clipped From The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune
PUBLIC SALE As I am leaving the farm I will sell the following property at the farm ?. 1-1 unh'.s souih of Wheeling on the Bedford road on Monday, January 5,1925 HORSES AND MULES—1 pair mules S and 9 years old; 1 pair males' 7 yciis old; 1 mule 6 years old; 1 black mare coming 4 years old. CUWS—o extra good milk cows; 1 heifer calf. llOlia—S head of hogs, 3 big sows, 2 with IS ."'Uvkling pig~. 4 silts, l heat. HAY AX 7 D GRAIN—300 bu. of good corn, 10 tons of timothy hay, 10 !'.•».• of tin ashed hay, 40 bu. of wheat straw stack and stock field JIAKiVKSS, MACHINERY, ETC.—3 sets of work harness. 1 saddle and h:-ii'l> , S lio!>o collars, 1 6-ft. Decring binder in good shape. I During mow,: mow,: ;; 1/1 u!i,:;e. 1 1 i-in. ?.u ng plow, 1 16in. walking plow, 1 wheat drill, 1 new I»,CA Harrow, ((.!. I. Case), 1 now 12 ft. harrow, 1 G-Pe-tion harrow, lever- i . -, '. 2-vow cultivator, good as new, 1 Oliver culrivator. good as new, 1 n.uv Century Cultivator, good as new, 1 G. I .Case corn planter, good as •i'MV. 1 corn p!:;in<T in good shape, 1 self-dump hny rake. 1 corn cutter. 1 ;-•)•;.ul si one, 1 hay fork, several pitch forks, 1 new ro:a r, 1 new basket iiay .-•:i;a\ 1 buggy, 1 Ford speedster, full set of mechanic tools. 1 new Fordscn iractor with ])!ows, 4 individual hog houses, 1 big chicken brnockr, 1 small «; t -c!-n Ci:y < hi. ken brooder, 1 Old Trusty incubator, 1100 it. flooring. i work bench. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—2 dressers, 1 Davenport, 1 library table. 1 piano, piano, a gooii one, 2 bnd.lcnds niul mattresses, 1 child's bed and nuutrr.s?, 2 Bating :-!(>\<>s, 1 co:;i luirnrr. 1 wood, 1 Singer sewing machine 2 rugs 1 6x3. oilier f»x32. 2 I0i-king chairs, 4 dining room choirs, 1 round table. 1 bum:!. 1 k'u-hou cahim-t. 1 cook 1abU\ 1 Superb Glo'o^ cook stove. 1 Linol,•!'.!!!, Linol,•!'.!!!, 1 wnslii-.i- ih.vfhfMe. some oak lilliug, 1 Galloway Creava sen-.in-.t.or. A!l .lis'n.es and cookfn- iren--;ls. Some canned goods, ?, gas lanterns, fruit ,'.:r:-: and other nriiclcs too numerous to mention. 170 acres of wheat to sell or lease, private. Sa'.' to begin ni; n o'clock. Lunch will be served on the grounds. Terms mnde kncwn on dav of salo Mrs. Dan Figg, Owner. Col. A. W. Cies, Auctioneer. H. W. Shiflett, Clerk.