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will sell every-
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At her creek ranch one mile west of lone
Sale to begin at 9 a. en. sharp. Free Lunch at noon:
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Eight-mule team of workers. One span of fine leaders. One span large wheelers.
All young, sound and gentle. Four 2-year-olds, two yearlings.
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Three span matched brood mares in foal. All very gentle and not afraid of automo
biles or cars. Two standard bred trotting cojts, 2 years old, ready to break.
Good work horses, mares and colts.
Five fancy Jersey heifers, fresh and to become fresh soon.
5 lhDg 1 laying toons
Wagons, Tools & Machinery
Three wheat wagons, wheat racks and header boxes complete. One water tank and wagon.
One Campbell sub-surface packer, new. One Dunham packer, nearly new. One Deer-
ing Header, two mowers, one rake, plows, harrows, and
FARM TOOLS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Large quantity of dishes, tinware, and granite ware. - - Rope, chain, and extras.
ll&Jo nn vpar's fiini fmnn sonrovecL bankable note bearing
eight per cent. Interest. 10 per cent, discount for cash over $10.00.
HELEN V. KN APPENBERG,
E. E. MILLER,