The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 19
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8SBAY,.EMEC. id, 1946 .ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. .PAGE THREE CLOSING OUT SALE Hitting sold my farm* ami moving to town 1 will hold a closing out sale of my personal property ; lit Ui6 farm located % mile east* 2 miles south from Hurt, on December Ifc at ,. . . * liurt) on December 18 . : ; . • ' WEDNESDAY. DEC. 18 1 O'CLOCK 1*. M. SHAltl* ;> LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS HORSES 1 grey marc, 12 yrw. old, wt. 1800 Ibs. 3 HOLSTEIN MILK COWS be fresh in February 16 HEAD OF HOGS Six head Spotted Poland brood sows; 2 Spotted Poland boars; 8 bead feeding sboats, wt. about 150 Ibs., vaccinated. CHICKENS 150 LEGHORN PULLETS 75 YEABLING HENS MACHINERY 3-bottom 14-,in. tractor plow; 18-ft. tractor disc; 4-row John Deere com planter; John Deere horse- drawn corn planter; single-row John Deere corn plow; McDeering 6-|ft. mower; 8-ft. Deering winder; Hock Island manure spreader; nnrrow tired wagon with triple box; steel-wheel wagon with rack; Mod*-' el A trailer with flare box; lt-in. walking plow; 32-ft. portable elevator with wagon hoist and power; 12-ft. by 14-ft. brooder bouse; ({-ft. by 12-|ft."'brooder bouse; James way brooder-stove. Cord wood buzz,saw; Hoo.sieY endgafu seeder; bob sled; New Idea single-hole corn sheller; band corn planter; 14-ft. diiiiip rake; 12-In. McDeoring feed grinder; 8<>-ln. slip scraper; DeLaval cream separator Xo. 15, with motor; gas barrels; oil barrels; hog troughs; chicken roosts; manure forks; 180-ft. trip rope; IT.O-ft. %-fln. bay rope; set of harness with collars; fly nets; 200-ft. chicken netting, 5-ft.; 120 rods 28-in. woven wire; hoi? waterer for tank; Cow-UJoy heater; chicken feeders and waterers. C25 HALES OF CLEAN DRY STRAW—Baled out of stack. Free from thistles. Wheel barrow; set of bay slings; many good hand tools; pile of stove wood. /" . HOUSEHOLD GOODS Single bed with spring and mattress; 2 chairs; rocker; baby buggy, good as new; high chair; chest of drawers; kitchen stool; leather colored occasional chair; mahogany living room table. TEEMS OF SALE—Cash, or make arrangements with clerk. *'-....". Paul Deitman, Prop. IS^EWART & FLAIG, Aucts. HURT SAVINGS BASK, Clerk •i«*Jlr'-«»''\a^»""*^^ _ **&»~*nr-+*to~*~#r-+~rti^^ As the farm is sold, I am going to quit farming and will sell all my property at the farm located 1'/a miles south and 2% miles east of West Bend; or 2% miles north and % mile west of Ottosen, on MONDAY. DEC. 16 Sale Starts at 12 O'clock Sharp 2 HEAD OF HORSES : 2 strawberry roan mares, 7 years old, weight about 3000. 270 AUSTRA RED PULLETS i Laying 150 FEEDER PIGS 60 to 120 Ibs. Good and healthy. 1% T. 1935 CHEV. TRUCK S. W. B. 6x8 folding stock rack and box. New 7:50x20-10 ply tires. Had complete overhaul last spring. In good condition. FARM MACHINERY ;•: Model A John Deere tractor and cultivator, equiped wtih 9-36 tires, lights, and hydraulic seat; 22-36 McCormick-Deering tractor and 4-bottom Oliver plow; Minneapolis-Moline 8-ft. combine with motor and pickup attachment; 2-row New Idea corn picker in good condition; Mc-Deering horse corn planter with ;,160 rods wire; International 9-ft. heavy duty tandem disc; 4-section John Deere spring tooth harrow; 6- section John Deere field drag; cornstalk cutter, brand new; John Deere manure spreader; 6-ft. McCor- 'mick mower; 10-ft, John Deere grain swatter; 8-ft. Deering grain binder; Dain hay loader, good as new; 12-ft. McCormick dump rake; McCormick endgate seeder; circle saw and frame mounted on Model A John Deere tractor; wooden flared wagon box and wagon; steel flared wagon box on 1946 Dodge trailer; triple • wagon box and wagon; 16-ft. tight hay rack on low wheel McCormick wagon; enclosed feed wagon built on threshing machinery running gear, about 400 bu. shell corn capacity; 16-ft. feed bunk with bridge plank floor all around; set of light harness; 150-bu. hog feeder; rotary hog feeder; several mineral feeders; about 200 fence posts; 200 rods 32-in. woven wire; about 500 rods barbed wire; 6 rolls of corn cribbing; 10x16 brooder house; brooder stove; chicken waterers and feeders of all sizes; barrel spray pump; .No. 2 Clipper fanning mill, equipped with Briggs & Stratton motor; 1926 Chev. elevator motor; wheel scraper; 10 16-ft. bridge plank; 200 ft. of lumber; 25 cords of sawed firewood; garden plow; potato dig" ger; wheel bari^w; John Deere hand corn sheller; oil burner tank heater, new; 70-gal. hog waterer; elec- •'trie motor with emery and buffer; woven wire stretcher and barb wire stretcher; block and tackle; 2 hay , forks and hay slings; tap and die set from % to % in., new; drill press; lawn mower and many other arti- 'cles too numerous to mention. . HAY AND STRAW— 350 bales of wild hay; 100 bale* of clover and timothy hay; about 10 or J2 ton* fofloose straw in barn, , .,. • < . . -...'- . ; ; .'..;- •'-: ; .;- '•:- : . •-• , -•'.•' •• : • ?:X COMPLJTU ,&im QJ^HQUSEHQW) qoops^owth lewd ^ ^«v^i wish stoverWtcheji cajwi, net; 2 fruit cabinets; kitchen table and <ghairs| dining ropm tqble end chairs; parlorjuite; g rocking chairs; i 2 steel hedjj eet; Whitu sowing machine; Speed Queen washwig machine; 32'VoJt radio; to mention, ' : •' ' ' ' • " ' '' i ^ PUBLIC AUCTION As I have purchased an acreage in Whittemore, I will sell the following described property at public auction at my farm located 4| miles east of Algona on the McGregor street road, or 1 mile south and 2£ west of Sexton, on ED.. DEC. Sale to Start at 12:30 Lunch Wagon on Grounds 31 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK . HEAD OF CATTLE . . 10 Ten head of Shorthorn feeder steers weighing between 350 and 600 Ibs. HORSES 1 sorrel gelding, age 7; 1 roan mare, age 7; both are well broke. SHEEP 18 young ewes; 1 good buck. Farm Machinery, €ic. Mc-Deering F-20 tractor on good rubber with cu Itivator; Mc-Deering F-12 on rubber with cultivator; J-2, Minncapolis-Moline 9-ft. combine with MM motor, on gopd rubber, complete with pickup attachment, flax, bean, and clover selves; Int. 22B mounted 2-row corn picker; Int. 2-row mounted tractor plant- erj 10-ft. Int. power binder; 15-ft. Int. disc; 10-ft. disc; 12-ft. Int. spring tooth; J. D. 2-16 tractor plow; Int. endgate seeder; 24-ft. drag; J. D. hammermill, 10-in., new; Int. manure spreader; 42-ft. Kewanee elevator; Farmers Friend speed jack, new this fall; King and Hamilton wagon hoist; Int. 6-ft. mower; windrower for a 7-ft. power mower; 2 wagon boxes; 1 steel wheel wagon; 1 wood wheel wagon; 12x20 building 2 yrs. old; 14x14 brooder house; about 200 bales of straw; about 350 bales of alfalfa hay; 16-ft. feed bunk, fits on any wagon; oil burning tank heater; cooling tank; cream separator; milk cans; some 12" boards 14-ft. long; pump jack with % h. p. motor; 70-gal. Successful hog waterer; 75-ft. hammermill belt; 1 set of harness; hog troughs; barrels; 3 Tolls slat cribbing; 2 hog feeders; post drill; some household goods and many other items too numerous to mention. "TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. " MERTON CHRISTENSEN Clark and Fraser, Aucts; Security State Bank, Clerk Public Auction As I have sold my farm and will move to Algona, I will sell the following described property at the farm located 5 miles west and i north of Corwith, or 2 miles south, 1 east and i south of St. Benedict, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17 SALE TO BEGIN AT 12:30 10 .. HEAD OF CATTLE . . 10 5 head of,good milk cows. Registered Shorthorn bull, 2 years old. 4 early spring calves, 1 steer, 3 heifers. _! HEAD OF HOGS 38 27 mixed Poland China and Hampshire feeder pigs. 10 Spotted Poland feeder pigs. 1 Spotted Poland boar. ' '- • r «: •? «: 230 LEGHORN PULLETS 230 In good production. FARM MACHINERY F-12 tractor with new tires and lights; F-12 two-row cultivator; single row tank picker, good condition; McCormick-Deering 2-12 tractor plow; McCormick-Deering 8-ft. binder, good condition; McCor- mick-Dcering horse planter, 2 yrs. old, 100 rods wire; fertilizer attachment for same, used on 40 acres; lift. John Deere tractor disc; 8-ft. Keystone disc; Me- Cormick-Deering endgate seeder; 4-section wood lever harrow; Deering hay rake; Mc-Deering manure spreader; Mc-Deering 5-ft. horse mower; 30-ft. National elevator with overhead jack; potato digger; steel wheeled wagon with good box; narrow tired wagon with box; 3-in. tire wood wheel wagon; Keystone hand sheller; burr grinder; Clipper 2-B fanning mill; mounted wood saw with 28-in. blade; 24-in. blade for saw; speed jack; V/s h. p. John Deere gas engine; 3 55-gal. gas barrels; 4 steel chicken feeders on legs; 2 chicken waterers, 5 and 3 gaj,; several small feeders; Hudson oil burning brooder stove; belting; feed barrels; round tank; feed baskei; pails; Mc-Deering No, 3 cream separator; baled straw; several gallons red barn paint; brushes; gov't approved mailbox; roll chicken netting; lawn mower; garden plow; pitch fork; shovels; numerous tools?;, power take-off knuckle; 2 balls binder twine; 2 sacks 044*7 fertiliser; pump jack; yard fencing; ? gal, sprayer; pwrop oil can; bunch shingles; vise; g cream cans spreader frame on whee Js f 9'4xl4 water proof canvas; tractor umbrella; blocl^ and- tackle; grind stone; s^yew jack; set harness with new bridle; set string fly nets; bob sled; forge. * HOUSEHOLD GOODS; Range Eternal cooking stove; steel bed with spring and mattress; ww4 burn? ing stove; 2 folding chairs; fruit ja/s; butter churn, r vj : W ' " ' " " OSWALD F,

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