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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1910)
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We will sell at Public sale at the WEAVER FARM, 7 miles southwest of Fails City, 5 miles
southeast of Salem and 6 miles north of Morrill, Kansas, on
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Commencing at 10 o’clock sharp, ail of our Live Stock and Farming Implements,
All mares of breeding age are bred. Ail
horses old enough to work are well broken
and are used to farm work.
i team mares, bay and grey, age 3, weight 2,800.
1 bay mare, age 13, weight 1,400, extra good brood mare.
1 brown mare, age 6, weight 1,500, extra good brood mare.
1 bay mare, age 7, weight 1,400.
1 black gelding, age 4, weight 1,100.
1 span brown geldings, age 3, weight 2,500.
1 span bay geldings, age 2, weight 2,400.
1 span bay geldings, age 2 this fall, weight 2,200.
2 yearling draft bred colts, s horse, 1 mare.
4 sucking draft bred colts, all mares.
I he well known stallion St. Anthony, seal brown, age 7, weight 1,700.
a perfect individual, a good disposition. 12 of his get included in the
above list. If you need a draft stallion he will suit you. See him.
i team well matched black mares, age 7, weight 2,300, sired by Col.
Weaver. This team has raised 8 colts in 4 years. Fine brood
mares, carriage team or single drivers.
1 bay mare, age 3, sired by Col. Weaver, good single driver, not afraid
1 bay pacing mare, 4 years old, weight 1,100, sired by Red Basco,
standard bred, good saddler and single driver, not afraid of autos.
1 roan mare, 4 years old, weight 1,100, standard bred, good single
driver, not afraid of autos.
1 grey mare, 4 years old, weight 1,050, single driver, not afraid autos.
1 bay mare, 3 years old, weight 1,150, single driver, not afraid of autos
1 sorrel gelding, 0 years old, weight 1,100, single driver and saddler.
1 black 2 year old gelding sired by Davy Logan, dam by Col. Weaver.
2 black yearling colts, sired by Davy Logan, dams by Col. Weaver.
2 sucking colts, sired by Jay Cafferv, dams by Col. Weaver.
Standard bred trotting stallion, roan, age 10, weight 1,300. Sire,
Glazier, he by Jay Bird. Dam by Charles Cafferv, he by Gen. Knox.
3 extra good Jersey milk cows, 2 to be fresh soon
Consisting of about 20 sows, some clue to farrow soon, 40 shoats.
HAY—About 30 tons of Hay, Alfalfa. Clover and Timothy. 20 tons of good Oat Straw
Most of this is good as new. Sharpies cream separator No. 4; new 8-foot Deering binder, latest model; Demp
ster double disc grain drill, 2 broadcast seeders, Corn King manure spreader, 14-inch Emerson high lift gang
plow, 2 sulky stubble plows, walking plow, 3 farm wagons (one new), iron wheel wagon, old spring wagon, top
buggy, old buggy, Hoon Bros, carriage, bob sled. 3 hay racks, 2 hog racks, 0-foot Deering mower, Keystone hay loader, side elivery rake,
bunch rake, buck rake, 50-foot cable stacker, 20x40 stack cover, sickle grinder, 2 sulky listers, walking lister, 2 double row stalk cutters, 2 no
line disc harrows, drag harrow (3 section), 3 disc cultivators, 2-row cultivator, 3 walking cultivators, 2 two-row curlers, Deering corn binder,
harrow cart, 2 fanning mills, hand corn sheller, slip scraper, buzz saw and frame, cross cut saw, one man saw,sulky Cart and many other arti
cles used on a large farm too numerous to mention.
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5 sets 1 3-4 double work harness, set 1 1 -4 inch double work harness,
set carriage harness, 2 sets single harness, 3 saddles, one new.
will also sell Quick Meal 6-hole range, kitchen cabinet. 3 bed steads,
incubator and 3 dozen Rhode Island Red chickens, heating stove and
other household articles.
“ITprO JUS All sums of $10.00 and under cash; over $10.00 four months on bankable note without interest if paid when due. If not paid
I Emm MX (vu«J? when due 8 per cent from date of sale. 2 per cent off for cash. Property to be settled for before being removed from place.
WEAVER & CROOK, Owners
C. H. MARION, Auctioneer G. B. HOLT, Clerk
ALL CANDIDATES INVITED TO BE PRESENT
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