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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 24, 1964
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Tuesday, Nov: 24; 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion ! 4c per word 2 insertions 7c per word 3 mtfrtions 9c per word 4 insarttons lie per word 5 insertions 13c per word 6 insertions He P* r word » Minimum rate — $1.00 Charges are at a reduced c«sh rate' and apply if the ud is paid within 10 DAYS after the FIRST insertion. SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. Advertisers should check their advertisements in the first issue they appear and report any error at once as no allowance can be made ifter the first incorrect insertion. :— BLACK FACE LOCAL — ISc per line. MEMORIAM — ltc pu­ rine. CARD OF THANKS — $1J5 Can OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day, except Saturday—call before !':00 A. M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:12 A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. Inch 90c 1 inch per mo. daily — $18.00 Each additional inch _ $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—New split level at 320 Armstrong. Will take older home on trade. Phone OS 52652 C-tf USED CAPS FOR SALE—'62 -Chevy station -wagon, V-8, $1,195.00. ?58 Ply mouth, $i50.00.*53 Chevy pan- nel truck, $150.00. Cast trade or best offer. Elwood, FE 22109. 704. Main. C-44 For Your Car Needs See ~ THE FMB1EM OF.OHAUIY ^ 120 S. West St. Phone OS 5-4>H Tipton FOR SALE—New 1965 GMC pick-up, 5 tires, 8 foot body wide side, 127 inch" W/B, 6 cyL, oil filter, air cleaner, fuel filter, air flow Iieater and defroster. $1,795. Service Motor Company, Inc., 123 S. Independence, Tipton. C-tf FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St SERVICES SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults vacuum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2884. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf FOR SALE—House, 7 rooms. Vice lot. Call OS 5-6047. C-44 SMILEY POLE BUILDINGS— Designed to fulfill your needs Built by factory crews, of construction grade material. Write or phone Smiley Lumber Co., Denver, Indiana C-49 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Cider. Lester Illges OS 5-6795. C-37 ARE YOU SICK of hot promises and cold services. Weathertite storm windows and doors make warm friends. Join our friendly circle—Samples—References—Demonstrations on request. Discount on quantities. Carnahan Painting and Betterment. P.S. We also have open schedule for interior painting — residential — industrial—at winter prices. P-49 FOR SALE—John Deere mounted corn sheller. Excellent condition. Phone Sheridan PL 8-5820. C-47 FOR SALE—Water conditioners and water softeners. Russell's Dairy sales, R. R. 5, Tipton. Sharpsville phone 963-2550. C-tf FOR SALE—Apples. Turley Winesap", Rome Beauty and others. On State Road 28. One mile east of Kempton road. Mitzenberg Orchard. C-43 rOR SALE—Spinel organ, -excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf rOR SAI-E-Appla^ and cider. Smith Orchard, 1 mile north, 14 mile east of Sharpsville. C-tf FOR SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. -Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. C-tf MUSIC IN YOUR HOME. Pianos — organs. Rental plans available. OS 5-6558. P-tf FOR -SALE—White male toy fox terrier. OS 5-7260 after 5 p.m. C-45 SINGER ZIG-ZAG 37.43 FULL BALANCE Assume six payments of $6.24 monthly. A-l condition with warranty. Complete with walnut cabinet. Makes buttonholes, sews on buttons, monograms; appliques, makes fancy designs and other fancy stitches. Call 'OS 5-2135. C-tf FOR SALE—Angle iron stands; make welding tables, saw horses, draftsmen tables, work benches. Out of Tipton furniture factory. Levi's (scrap­ yard) Conde & Erie Streets. P-45 FOR SALE—Used washers and dryers. Wiseman Sales and Service, IDS Dearborn. C-47 FOR SALE—Tractor, 101 Sr. Massey Harris, 2 bottom plow $150.00. 963-2459. C-44 FOR SALE—Used heat houser W.D. 45 Allis Chalmers, $8.00 OS 5-4049. -P-tf FOR SALE—Hens, 50c each,Fred Wolverton, Phone 5"bn 119, Route 2, Atlanta. .... P-44 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE-^-67 head feeder pigs. Wm. Ziegler, 2'/4 miles south of 28 on 213, 1st house east. Atlanta phone.<.» C-44 FOR SALE—7 gilts and 6 boars Purebred Hampshire. 963-2551. Thomas.Duncan.. . C-45 Gilts all sold. We have extra good S.P.F. Hampshire boars. Bill Findling. Phone LY 5-3575. ill -GENERAL fvTpT© R S '"CORPORATION;' TRUCKS raoM y» TO «b TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. FOR RENT—Nice unfurnished upstairs apartment. Close in, gas heat. Phone OS 5-2916., C-tf iFOR RENT—5 room semi-mo dern home in country. OS. 56827. P-45 FOR RENT—New brick 3 bed groom home. Highway 31. PL 8-4440. C-47 YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf FOR RENT—Hoover Rug shampooer - polisher. Safe, easy to use. Professional results. $1.00 per day. Compton and Sonr Across from Postoffice. C-49 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO SUPPLIERS OF EQUIPMENT Pursuant to an order by* the Board of- Commissioners of Tipton County, Indiana, notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Auditor of said county until 9:00 a.m. (D.S.T.) December 1, 1964 for the purchase of the following" equipment for all County offices. One (1) accounting machine Specifications are on file at the office of the County Auditor. Each bid must be on form prescribed by the State Board of Accounts accompanied by a statutory non-collusion affidavit, and a certified check or bond for five (5) per cent of the amount of the bid. As guarantee bidder, if successful will enter into proper bond and contract subject to approval of the board. The Board of Commissioners reserves the rig-lit to reject any or all hids. OHVILLE T. CLICK Auditor of Tipton Countv C-3S-44 FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair. Servire. Ph^ne OS 57125. C-tt CAKES and.cater ing by Estelee Clark. Cakes for weddings, showers, birthdays. Arcadia ' YU 4-4972. P-49 ONE of the finer things of life Blue Lustre carpet and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Carney's Drug Store. . C-48 PLASTERING, new and repair. Refinish your rooms with "thin coat, plaster". Floyd Chaudion Contractors, Arcadia, R. R. 1, Box 11F2. YU 44229. P-44 WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence PiccreQ, OS 5-4358. &tf MALE HELP WANTED HELP WANTED — Routeman. Wholesale food route. Age 40 to 50. Indiana Food Service, Windf all; LY 5-3545. P-47 WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—3 bedroom modern home: A-l shape. Not more than .5 blocks from town, preferably.' Northwest. Write Box E.-Tipton Tribune. . P-47 WANTED—Home for a male Fox Terrier dog. Inquire at 808 OakJStreet-., • C-45 WANTED—Home for puppy] Phone LY 5-4501. P-tf WANTED — Cora picking and shelling' with . Gleanor Combine. Omer Brown. Phone At­ lanta2 On 27 ., P— FOR RENT FOR .RENT—4 .room modern house. in Sharpsville. Velma Hudson, 963-5915. C-50 iFOR RENT OR SALE—3 bedroom bungalow. All modern, gas neat .r Columbia Avenue. OS 5-2766/ • ; P-47 FOR RENT—5 room modern apartment, ;.hot. water heat, garage in Arcadia. YU 4-3925 ' " ,. C-47 FOR RENT—2 'bedroom apartment.-23614 South Main. New remodeled r ' and redecorated. Heat, water and sewage furnished. Phone OS 5-6812. C-tf FOR RENT-i-3' downstairs partly furnished rooms, .gas heat. $8.00 a week.' '2 utilities free. 468-NorthiCoade,-- - -C44 STATE OF INDIANA SS: COUNTV OK TIPTON In the Tipton Circuit Court September Term, 11164 Cause No. S939 Joe Adams, Plaintiff vs. Thomas McCrary, Telitha McCrary, his wife, Gideon Stevens, Gideon Stephens, Lewis Mitchel, Eliza Ann Mitchel, his wife, the unknown heirs at law and the unknown devisees of Thomas McCrary, Telitha McCrary, Gideon Stevens, Gideon Stephens, Lewis Mitchel and Eliza Ann Mitchel, Defendants. NOTICE TO NON-KKS1DKNTS Notice is hereby given that, on the 5th day of November, 19G4, Joe Adams, Plaintiff, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court, Tipton County, Indiana, -a Complaint to Quiet Title the following described real property, in Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: , Ten (10) acres off of the ' whole North end of the East Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section Thirtv-fivo (35), Township 22 North, Urjlge 3 East, EXCEPT two and one-half <2>A) acres off of the whole West end thereof: And that said Joe Adams filed with .the Clerk of the Above said Court, an affidavit showing that the following named • Defendants, Thomas McCrary, Telitha McCrary, His Wife, Gideon Stevens, Gideon Stephens, Lewis Mitchel, Eliza Ann Mitchel, his wife, the unknown heirs at law and the unknown devisees of Thomas McCrary, Telitha McCrary, Gideon Stevens, Gideon Stephens, Lewis Mitchel and Eliza Ann Mitchel, and all persons who may claim under said Defendants, are not residents of the State of Indiana or that the residence of said Defendants and all persons who may claim . under such Defendants, after diligent search and inquiry, is unknown to the Plaintiff : - That said cause of action is instituted and prosecuted by the Plaintiff for the purpose of <]uiet- inff title to the above described real estate as against all said named Defendants, persons wJio may claim under said Defendants, all claims and claimants whatsoever and whosoever and as against the world: That said Plaintiff has by endorsement on said complaint re- Quired said Defendants or other claimants, to answer and demur to said complaint on the ISth day of January, 1965. NOW, THEREFORE, said Defendants named in said cause and all persons claiming under them are hereby notified of the said filing and pendency of said complaint against them, and that unless they appear and answer or demur to said complaint on the ISth day of January, 1965, the same being the 7th Judicial Day of the January term of the said court, to be held at the Court House in the City of Tipton, said complaint and all the matters and things therein contained will be heard and determined in their absence. Dated this 5th day of November, 1964. T.OSS SI. HUFFORD, Clerk Tipton County Circuit Court C-32-38-44-50-56 NOTICB'TO BIDDERS The City of Tipton will, on December 14, 1964, at 7:30 p.m.. In the City Court Room In said city, receive bids for the following, to be supplied during the year 19S5: BVVV1MSS Regular and premium grades of gasoline. Regular and premium grades of lubricating oils. Tires and tubes for cars, trucks, and equipment. Permanent type antifreeze. Batteries. MATERIALS (1) All grades Liquid Asphalts, Emulsions, and Tar, per gallon. (a) To be furnished and applied at any site in Tipton. (2) Crushed Stone or Mineral Aggregate, all sizes. Class A and B, per ton. (a) To be furnished and loaded by vendor at his yard or plant. (b) To be furnished, delivered, and tail-gated at any site in Tipton. (c) To be furnished, delivered, spread with mechanical spreader, and rolled, afany site in Tipton. (3) Bituminous ' Coa'ted Aggregate.- per ton. (a) To be furnished and loaded by vendor at his yard or plant, using cither No. 9 or No. 12 aggregate. (b) To be furnished and laid, including rolling and completely finished at any site in Tipton. (4) Bituminous Concrete (AH) 3>inder Course, per ton, and Bituminous Concrete (AH) Surface Course, type B and C, per ton. (a) To be furnished and loaded by vendor at his yard or plant. (b) To' be furnished and laid, including all prim ing, roiiinp:, and completely finished, at any site in Tipton(5) Ready-Mix Conorete, all mixes, furnished and de livered at any site in Tipton. - (6) Cement, all types, per 100 lb. or per ba*r. A deposite of $25.00 shall be required of all bidders, or a bid bond in such amount. All bids must be accompanied by a non-collusion affidavit, and the City of Tipton reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive any irregularities in the bidding. CAROL LORD Clerk-Treasurer Citv of Tipton, Indiana C-41-r.O ^remimne orizdn By HORTENSEMYERS * liever in the necessity of the United Press International '.'war, to end war" which en- INDIANAPOLIS (U P I) — gulfs her homeland and is Twenty year , old Trung thi: grateful to the United States Nguyen has. something £ o r,for helping fight it. which to be thankful, though she is far from her native-Vietnam and each news story from Saigon brings worry about her family. Trung, a new student at Marian College here is a strong be- ADMINISTUATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE IX WINDFALL . Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Viola B. England, deceased, by order of the Tipton Circuit Court, will sell at private sale for not less than the.full appraised value, on Saturday, November 2S, 1964 at 10:00 a.m. and from day to day thereafter until sold, 'at his insurance office near Five Points in Windfall, the following described .real estate, in Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: . The South half of! Lots, 6 and 7 In Block 2 in the original Plat of the Town of Windfall City, Bids will -De received anytime. Terms: Twenty per cent (20%) down on day of sale and balance within 30 days after abstract is furnished. Possession upon full settlement. FRANK BUTNER . Administrator Hutto & Regnier, Attorneys C-3S-44 24 TOWlHoHR. SERVICE CALL, BARNEY GOODNIGHT DAY: OS 5-4549 NITE: OS 5-6166 SERVICE MOTOR / COMPANY INC Foreign News Commentary By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst Notes from the foreign news cables: Vietnamese Controversy: A simmering disagreement over how to fight the Vietnamese war may come out in the open as result of another gigantic Vietnamese military campaign which Jailed to pay pff in dead and captured Viet Cong guerrillas. An increasingly influential faction within the American mission at Saigon has long helieved that big military operations and Viet Nam's conventionally organized Army are obstacles in the way of a successful war effort. They would prefer to see the dismantling of the Army's conventional structure of corps, divisions and regiments and its replacement with small units fighting in their own neighborhoods. Such big operations as last week's, involving 115 helicopters and thousands of soldiers, are described by this faction as "Communist recruiting campaigns" since they allegedly terrorize more peasants into joining the Viet Cong than the number of guerrillas they put out of action. Almanac By United Press International Today is Tuesday, Nov. 24, the 329th day of 1964 with 37 to follow. The moon is approaching its last quarter The morning stars are Venus, Mars and Jupiter The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn The 12th President, Zachary Taylor, was born on this day in 1784. On this day in history: In 1869, women from 21 states met in Cleveland to draw up plans for the organization of the American Woman Suffrage Association. In 1944, superfortress bombers of the U. S. Air Force their first raids on Tokyo, taking off from Saipan. In 1961, the U. N. Security Council gave Secretary General Thant permission to use force if necessary to settle the Congo crisis. In 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald, accused assassin of President John F. Kennedy, was shot to death by Jack Ruby while being taken from one jail to another in Dallas. The petite and lovely coed is "war o nd war" which engulfs her homeland and is grateful to the United Stales for helping fight it. The petite and lovely coed is the only Vienamese among the 21 foreign students enrolled at the college. Marian's 1,000 students come from nearly all of the 50 states and 10 other.coun­ tries. "There is so much war," Trung said of her country. "We are 4,000 years old and very few times have we had peace. Just war and war. If the money put in war could only be used to feed people." Neutralize Not Answer But Trung .firmly believes that talk of trying to halt the present fighting in Vietnam under a neutralization plan is not the answer. "Neutralization is not a true peace, it is just saying we are losing, that we stop for a while and then fight again," she said in a firm voice. "We want to finish. It is' better to have a big war. Neutralization is surrender to the Communists step by step and there would be no peace." Trung's parents, her two brothers and her sister and broher-in-law live in Saigon, so news stories telling of bombs thrown or planted in the South Vietnam capital are disturbing to her. Her father is a retired postal worker, one of her brothers is an engineer and another is a scientist. Her brother-in-law is in the South Vietnam Air Force. Trung was one of 500 young months over both Laos and ! men'and women of Vietnam se- North Viet Nam. This is by jlected for scholarships but only American-supplied planes be-, two came to the United States longing to the governments of with most of 111(2 others going Lacs and South Viet Nam. the to didn't even know an indoor swim- France Study in Languages , _ Her main field of study at Multi-lateral Force: Marian ^ Jn languages . Be . Diplomats say the row over cause 0 f jj er ] a te • arrival, she American-sponsored multi-; has Deen - wor king so hard on lateral nuclear force for NATO |j, er studies in an effort to catch now raging between the United l up j na t ^ e States and some of its Euro-|jf ar j an j, ac j •pean allies is likely to be kept! m ; n g p 00 i_ out of the Dec. 15-18 NATO | F 0r "recreation" Trung ex Ministerial Council session—as pects t 0 wor ]j j n an indianapo it was last year, too. The min- ][ s s t ore as a jewelry clerk on isters have a habit of keeping holidays and weekends. The the big controversial topics like Dadly neet j e d financial lift came MLF off their official agenda aD0U t because Trung was cry- and leaving them for discussion j ng wnen she boarded the air- at the private sidelines meet- pi ane that brought her from Sai- ings which always feature 'such g on io the-Uhited States.- gatherings. i I An official of the store was her seat - mate and after he learned of Trung's hopes to remain in Indianapolis long enough to complete work on a THE GIRLS By Fronklin Folger "Henry, I heard the most wonderful speaker today — he said we only live once, so get the most out of life!" FALVEY'S will be open WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON STARTING NOV. 25th Escalate The War? While the strategists argue the pros and cons of extending the war to North Viet Nam, the Indochina conflict may be escalating under their noses. Asia observers see in recent American air strikes ' against North Vietnamese gun positions in Laos a pattern that could lead swiftly to a massive movement of North Vietnamese combat troops into that country. This development could, in turn, lead to the dispatch of American ground forces' to Laos. The result would, be a head-on confrontation between the United States and North Viet Nam, Paradoxically, Washi ton hopes that Nanoi fully realizes the danger inherent in such escalation and therefore has to try to make it appear as credible as possible. But North Vietnamese gunners have shot down a total of five American Center aircraft in the past six WORSE THAN LIGHTNING and WINDSTORM - According to Dr. Thomas E. Snyde r, entomologist, Smithstonian institute. Termites destroyed 250,000,000 dollars worth of U.S. property in 1961. This Is more damage than was done by- the combined efforts of anon, lightning, and windstorm during that same year. , . Bill McPharson, local agent for the A-l termite Control Service, advises homeowners that trite U.S. Department of Agriculture urges property owners in. Indiana, to have their property checked every six to twelve months for signs of.termite infestation," so that; these properties can be treated in the early, stages before major repairs are necessary. McPHERSON'S Eastern Contracts: (France is .stepping up contacts with the eastern European Communist countries, France bachelor's degree, he offered and Romania will sign a new.her part-time work, trade treaty soon. Yugoslav | If Trung's plans to be gradu- Foreign Minister Koca Popovic ated from Marian materialize, comes to Paris Nov. 25-26 for it will mean four years away talks with Foreign M i n i s te r'jfrom home with no chance to Maurice Couve de Murville. return. When she does, she Czech Foreign Minister Vaclav hopes it will be to help in the Murville Nov. 27 on his way '• rebuilding of her country's war- to the U.N. I wrecked econpfy. PUBLIC SALE I, the undersigned, on account of dissolving partnership, will sell at the farm, 1 mile south of Sheridan, Indiana, on the Mule Barn Road, or to first crossroad and west % mile, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28,1964 Beginning at 10:30 A.M. 26— HOLSTEIN CATTLE— 26 6-year-old Holstein cow with calf by side, giving 7 gal per day. 6-year-old Holstein coW„ fresh in Sept., giving 7 gal. a day. 5-year-old Holstein cow, fresh, with calf by side, giving 7Vi gal. a day. , 7-year-old Holstein cow, to freshen in Feb., giving 5 gal. a day. 6-year-old Holstein cow, fresh in Aug., giving 4 gal. a day. . 5-year-old Holstein cow to freshen in Dec, giving 10 gal. a day. 5-year-old Holstein cow, fresh in April, giving 5 gal. a day. 4-year-old Holstein cow, calf by side, giving 9 gal. a day. 6-year-old Holstein cow fresh in March, to freshen in Feb., will give 10 gal. when fresh. 4-year-old Holstein cow, calf by side, giving 10 gal. a day. 8-year-old Holstein cow, freshen in Feb., will give 10 gal. 7-year-old Holstein cow with calf by side, giving 9 gal. a day. 7-year-old Holstein cow with calf by side, giving 9 gal. a day. 7-year-old Holstein with oalf by side, giving 10 gal. a day. 6-year-old Holstein cow to freshen in Dec, will give 10 gal. 7-year-old Guernsey cow, giving 4 VJ gal., will freshen in Jan. 5-year-old half Holstein, half Guernsey,, will freshen in April, giving 5 gal. a day. / 6-year-old Guernsey cow, fresh in July, giving 4 gal. a day. 2-year-old Guernsey heifer, freshen in March, giving 3 gal. a day. 6 coming yearling Holstein heifers, 1 Guernsey coming yearling heifer. 4 coming yearling bull calves, 1 Guernsey coming yearling bull calf. 2-year-old Holstein bull from the Wiley herd, an extra good breeder. These cows have all been tested and are on good production. MILK EQUIPMENT ,; Mueller 300-gal. bulk tank; twin wash tanks; Universal 50- gal. hot water heater; small gas heater. FEED . i . 1600 bales of alfalfa hay, extra good; 100 bales of orchard grass; 300 bushels corn. IMPLEMENTS International H tractor, in A-l condition; Horn loader; No. 448 International 4-row cultivator; 490 John Derre 4-row corn planter; 36 ft. Universal elevator with Wisconsin motor; Allis- Chalmers 66 combine; John Deere No. 25 combine; International 13-disc wheat drill on rubber; tank heater"; Dawson 6-hole hog feeder; Oaks winter nog fountain; lot herders; hog pans; Duo- fherm 75000 btu oil heater, orv« year old. TERMS CASH. Not responsible in case of accidents. Ward Hand & James Baker, Owners MURPHY, Auctioneer MARTIN, Clerk LUNCH WILL EE SERVED . PUBLIC AUCTION Having discontinued farming the undersigned will sell at public auction at the farm located 3 miles west of Tipton, Ind. then V* mile north or 2 miles east of intersection state roads 31 and 28 /hen VA mile north on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1964 at 1:00 P.M. sharp TRACTORS: 1960 Ford 841 Power Master tractor in excellent condition; 1955 Ford 850 tractor in good repair. COMBINE: 1958 Ford combine with 7 foot auger head., always ieen shedded and looks new. -ARM EUIPMENT: 2 bottom 14 inch Ford breaking plow, with . break back beams; 2 row Ford cultivators; Ford 7 foot power mower; about new 449 International planter complete with large ' fertilizer capacity 'also grandy equipment for insect control; nice 3irch 8 foot wheel disc; New Idea manure spreader; John Deere jrain drill; good heavy duty rubber tire wagon complete with bed; • foot single packer; John Deere 2 row rotary hoe; 3 section spring tooth harrow; F &'L 12 foot spreader; 2 wheel trailer; over- .ead gas tank; electric water.tank heater; 2 winter hog founds; 1 -lUmmer hog fount; 2 Pride of the Farm hog self feeders 40 bushei ize—There is no junk in this sale so please be prompt. TERMS:- Cash Not Responsible For Accident. DEWARD W.BURNETT: Owner EDDIE NASH and O. B. SW1NFORD, Auctioneers VERL MYERS, Clerk Closing Out Sale We, the undersigned, on account of selling the farm, disolving partnership, and quitting farming, will sell at the farm located 2 miles northeast of Ladoga on State Read 234 and north V4 mile, or V /2 miles west of New Ross to Road 775 and south 2Vi miles., cr 3 miles weft of Ladoga Rest Park and Vi mile north on what is known as the Donica Farm, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1964 Beginning at 9:30 A.M. 153—HOLSTEIN CATTLE—153 eleven 4-year-olds started freshening Oct. 12 to Nov. 5, giving from 60 to 70 lbs. Nine 4-year-old Springers to start freshening Nov. 15 to Dec. 10, will give 65 to 75 lbs. Six 5-year-olds that started freshening Sept. 10 to Oct. 15, giving 65 to 70 lbs. 5-year-old Springer to calve Dec. 26, giving 70 lbs. Seven 6-year-olds freshened from July 29 to Nov. 7, giving'65 lbs. Eleven 6-year-old Springers, will freshen from Dec. 5 to Feb. 15, will give 70 lbs. Six 7-year-old Springers'to freshen from Nov. 25 to Jan. 27, will give 70 lbs. Twelve 7-year-olds were fresh Aug. 3, giving 65 to 75 lbs. Five 3-year-olds milking 45 lbs., will frehen in Jan. Two 3-year-old Springers to freshen in March. Sixteen 2-year-old Springer heifers, will freshen in Dec, with a iotofsire. .,-*4« «W1H1B1II 18 coming 2-year-cld heifers, bull was turned in with them Aug. IB. Twelve 10-month-old hiefers. Eighteen 7-month-old hiefers < Two 5-month-otd heifers. 17 heifer calves, lVi-month-old. _ All cattle have been oalfhcod vaccinated, TB and bangs tested. All heifers have been dehorned. This herd has been in production 5 years and has been throughly culled, with a lot of size and quality. Can be Inspected anytime before sale. All heifers are from American Breeder Sires. FEED 400 bushels oats, more or less; 4,000 bales alfalfa hay; 2,420 bale* alfalfa and clover hay;'400 bales wheat straw; 600 bales, oats straw.- MILK EQUIPMENT 600-gallon Griton bulk' tank; Surge pump that will pull 4 units with Briggs-Straften motor to pull milker; 4 Surge unit milkers; 50-gallon electric water heater; wash tanks; 2 strainers; buckets; bottle gas healer, IMPLEMENTS 1951 M tractor with foot or hand clutch in A-l condition; 1954 Ford 8N tractor on new.rubber in A-l condition; new heavy duty Freeman loader;' heavy duty grader blade; 2-bottom 14-inch breaking plow; rear dirt-scoop; New Idea Frail power takeoff manure spreader in perfect condition; heat houser for M tractor; portable cement;mixer with gasoline motor; new 500-gallon stock tank; locust posts; 14 new wood 12 x 14 gates; 3 new 14 and 16 foot wire gates; 40-foot extension ladder; grab-fork; several feet used lumber, 2 x 4's, 2 x 6's, 14 and 16 foot long; several rolls picket cribbing; cattle troughs; coal heating stove; many other miscellaneous articles.' - TRUCK 1959 International 1-ton truck with twin cylinders, hydraulic bed, good rubber in A-l condition. TERMS: Cash Not responsible in case of accidents. C. I. DONICA and DAVE LOWE CARPENTER & MURPHY, Auctioneers HERSCHELL DISNEY & ROACHDALE BANK, Clerks SALE. WILL BE HELD UNDER COVER — Lunch will be served.

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