Joseph Sahli Farm Auction
Tuesday, October 9th, 1923
This text was translated from German by Julia (Sahli) Kelvie from the printed poster distributed in the Hague area by the auctioneer, F.F. Volk, 1923.

A u c t i o n

Since I am giving up farming, I will have an auction of my properties on my farm which is one mile east and 1/2 mile south of Hague, ND. It will be on

Tuesday, 9th October, 1923,

weather permitting. Otherwise it will be held definitely on the 10th of October at 10 am.
Noon free lunch.

Horses, Cows, etc.

8 workhorses, 1 two year old foal; 30 head of good shorthorn cattle, 11 of which are milk cows all with calves; 7 two-year old heifer, some of which are pregnant; 6 one-year old heifer, 5 one-year old bulls, all bred from one bull. 3 dozen Plymouth Rock chickens.

Machinery, household goods, etc.

1 Monitor Drill, 1 plow, 1 24-foot rake, 1 12-foot rake, 1 wagon, 1 manure wagon, 1 headerbox, 1 hay box, 1 stone wagon, 1 corn seeder, 1 cultivator, 1 pulverizer, 1 cornbinder, 1 corn tester, 1 one-seated buggy, 1 two-seated buggy, 1 DeLavol cream separator, 1 4-horsepower engine, 1 shredder, 1 McCormick grass machine, 1 Deering grass machine, 1 hay raker, 3 pair horse harness, 1 single harness, 1 saddle, 1 big meat tank, 1 galvanized tank, 1 26-inch wood saw, 1 30-gallon tank, 1 16-gallon tank, 1 knife sharpening wheel, 1 300-foot rope, 1 inch thick, 100 bushels of early seed corn, 30 bushels 100 percent proof seed corn. 1 large stove, 1 china cabinet, 1 large table, 1 kitchen range, and many other items.

Joseph Sahli (Owner)

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