The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 02, 1919, Image 7

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At the farm known as the John Kusey' Place
T wo Miles northwest of Stay ton on the c/4.umsville R^oad
Commencing at 10 o’clock sharp, the following Stock, Machinery^, Etc:
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3 High Grade
15 Head of
SHROPSHIRE “ REDPOLLED” 0 O W S l
SHEEP Fresh in 6 or 8 weeks
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TA RM IMPLEMENTS
i Gov. Leather Saddle 60 pounds
12 New Clover Sacks
i Hog Scalding Vat
i Sheering Machine
i 20ft i 1 - 4 'in. rope with blocks
1 Clover Seeder, all kind of tools
1 Saw, Sledges, Chains, etc.
1 6 lid Range, 1 Heating Stove
i Lumber Wagon
i Wagon with Rack
i Spring Wagon with top
i Spring Tooth Harrow
1 Merry-go-Round
i Hero Fanning Mill
i 600 capacity Scale
i Set Farm Harness, 30 Grain Sacks
One Edison Phonoqraph Complete
cAll Kinds of Household Furniture and Dishes
FORD RUNABOUT
DELIVERY BODY
1918 MODEL
IN GOOD SHAPE
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Gerk,
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No Goods to be Removed Until Settled For
FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON
/T ''C %'D TV/fQS c^ll sums of $20.00 and under, Cash, over that amount six months vme will be given at
A 1 - ^ r v iV lO . 8 per cent with bankable note.
See the Clerk before you buy"
John Kusey, Owner
Geo. Keech, Auctioneer
Printed by THE MAIL, Steyten, Or.