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E22-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 18,1993
A Public Sate of trac
tors and antiques was
held September 11 by
Walker Road, Balti
Some prices were:
Case 530 G tractor w/3
pt. TFE (needed
repairs) $1650, J.D. 530
G tractor w/3 pt WFE
(needed repairs) $2025,
Ford 8N tractor (needed
repairs) $1445, J.D. #9
3 pt. 7 ft. sickle bar
mower $4lO, Ford 3 pt.
cultivator $l4O, J.D.
post hole digger $4OO,
J.D. #246 com planter
(rough) $l7O, small oak
wardrobe $2OO, little
walnut stand $l4O, hay
fork $3O, cream can
$lOO, little ice wagon
$9O and peanut butter
glasses $2.50 each.
The auctioneers were
Melvin Haines and
A Public Auction of
farm machinery was
held September 11 by
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Ensor, 2336 Mt. Carmel
Road, Baltimore Co.,
included: White 2-155
D tractor $B7OO,
Schwartz 27 D loader
$l6OO, ‘67 Mack R-600
truck $2OOO, A.C. WD
45 tractor $9OO, A.C.
Dl7 tractor $1125,
grain head $7OO,
$l4OO, J.D. 8300 grain
drill $3200 and N.H.
Nevin Tasto was the
A Public Auction of
real estate and antiques
was held September 11
by Charlotte M. Martin,
Timber Road, Troxcl
The 10.5 acres in
Snyder County with a
2 I A story log house, 2
car garage and 1 acre
stocked pond was sold
for $Bl,OOO. It was the
former home of famed
Other items sold
were; dove-tailed cradle
$255, ornate oak bed
$585, oak hall tree
Richfield fuel can $55,
all-front desk $2OO,
caned chairs $45 each
and high chair $ll5.
Kenneth E. Hassin
ger and Neil A. Court
ney were the
A Public Auction of
100 old Pendulum
clocks was held Sep
tember 8 at the Ridge
Fire Co. Pavilion, along
Route 23, between
Phoenixville, Pa. and
Some items sold
clocks' $lOO to $250
each, red mantel clocks
$175 to $225 each, Mis-
sion style wall clocks
under $lOO, Big Ben
alarm clocks $lO to $3O
each, Cuckoo clocks
$lO to $4OO each, Seth
Thomas 30 hour clock
$3OO, Seth Thomas reg
ulator clock $370, large
clock $230, Buddy “L”
loco steam engine
$1250, live steamer
loco 2'/j ” gauge $750
and stationary steam
models $l6O to $350
Ted Maurer was the
GUNS ft COLLECTOR
From ■ Homo In York County.
Owners Moving Upstate.
SAT., SEPT. 25, 1993
Preview Showing - Friday Evening,
September 24, - 6 to 8 P.M.
To bo hold within Choneoford Community Holl,
Broguo (York County) PA. Rt. 74 oouthooot from
Rod Uon approx. 8 ml. to Broguo Root Offlco.
Turn right and go '/» ml. to hall on loft.
Two-pc. pine cupboard; book cue - glass pane doors w/
beaded edges; Ig. pine cupboard; oak table w/QA legs 2
leaves; Hoosier-type broom closet; folding oak bookshelf;
'A size blanket chest; 8 ft. oak full-spindle deacon bench;
very old oak desk from a post office; 4 drawer chest;
mahog. dresser, mahog. buffet; DR table & 6 chairs; oak
library table; yam winder, Ig. desk; oak youth bed; oak
minor oak map cate; oak file card file cab. w/18 drawers;
oak lap desk; marble top lamp table; 3-tier piecrust stand;
several nice mirrors twin beds; 2 tables w/porcelain tops;
oak pony seat; Ig. butcher bench; rocking chairs; glass pie
cate; child’s table & chairs; child's oak desk & chair;
cradle w/spindle sides & ends; highchair; factory shoe
rack; trunks; yam winder, osstd. chairs; 8 ft folding table;
benches; 3 stylet of drying racks; good old comb back
chair, Maytag auto, washer, Wettinghoute elec, dryer,
Frigidaire refrig. w/freezer below; patio table w/umbrella
& chairs; glasstop patio table w/6 chairs; iron A wooden
cribs; iron butcher ketlle; pudding stirrer, tm. & Ig.
wooden wathtubt; wooden washtub on legs; wooden
wringer, Aladdin lamps and kerosene lamps; Shepherd
city gas Bar-B-Q .grill like new.
ADVERTISING ITEMS, ETC.
Veiy old jug tigned J.B. Pfaltzgraff & Co. with one-of
a-kind blue decoration - not regular production; other
crockr & jugi - tome decorated; 4 copper kettles - various
sizes - some signed; copper washboiler, signed copper
teakettle; copper & brass dippers; lg. brass boxing ring
bell from York Fairgrounds and others; copper chestnut
roaster, copper bed warmer, wicker doll carriage; very old
Teddy Bear; old Coke tray and Coke tip tray; glass star
picture frames; satin wedding gown; old clothing; quilts;
Balleek vase; German demitasse cup, saucer & dessert set;
American Sweetheart dishes; all sorts of dishes & glass
ware; bank signed “Pint NatT Bank of Red Lion" in orig.
box; mixing bowls; coffee mill; lg. Swiss cowbell; butler
scales; iron kettle w/agate lining; very unusual cast iron
grater w/crank and grater wheel - first we’ve seen; wooden
handle flatware; several pcs. agateware - light blue, etc.;
bam lantern w/red globe; Moul whiskey bottle, beer bottle
& shot glasses; Theo. Helb items; glass mug signed “Kel
logg’s Pure Grape Juice”; Horlick jars; Tinker Toys in
orig. box; red metal express wagon; cigar racks; cherry
seeder; old postcards; leather doctor’s satchel; lg. agate
roaster; many hundreds of collectible and nostalgia items
too numerous to list.
GOOD COLLECTIBLE GUNS AND
Winchester Mod. 62A 22 cal. rifle; Marlin 22 cal. bolt
action w/Weaver 4X scope; Winchester Mod. 9422 22 cal.
lever-action w/Bushnell 4X scope; Mossbeig Mod. 283
bolt action .410 ga. shotgun; Eastern Arms Co. 12 ga.
single barrel shotgun; Hopkins & Allen 20 ga. lever-action
shotgun; Ruger old-model 22 - 22 magnum Single 6 w/
orig. box; two old-model Ruger Black Hawk .357 mag.
6'/i" barrels w/boxes; two new-model Ruger single-action
Black Hawks .41 magnum 4 5/8" barrel w/holster & belt
& 6’/, ” barrel; Ruger Bear Cal (1958-73) 22 cal. w/4” bar
rel; Ruger Security 6 - .357 magnum; J.P. Sauer 45 cal.
single-action revolver, Uhem Cattleman .45 cal. single
action; four Colt Frontier Scout 22 cal. Comment,
revolvers, mint cond. in orig. presentation chests, never
fired - Nebraska, Alabama, Arizona and California edi
tions. Guns will be auctioned at approx. 12:00 Noon. 20 ft.
ext. ladder, lawn & garden tools; etc.; etc.
(NOTE; Must be 21 years of age and Pennsylvania resi
dent to buy handguns.)
TERMS: Strictly Cash to Strangers. Checks w/
JLmwt aicmsT wijSaTTu
Kurt Conlres A
Lie. NOS. 820 & 821 Dsna Branneman,
Home-Made Soupi & Apprentice Auctioneers
Piei, Smoked Hot Dogs, Lie. Nos* AA-0002005-L
Etc, by and AA-002172-L
A Public Sale of farm
machinery was held
September 11 by Nor
man and Dorothy Saud
er and Gary and Sharon
Bender, 1293 White
Oak Road, Manhcim,
Lane. Co., Pa.
included: J.D. 2640
tractor $ll,OOO, J.D.
4020 tractor $lO,lOO,
J.D. B tractor $1325,
J.D. 7000 com planter
$4500, Brillion culti
packer $l9OO, J.D.
4200 3-bottom roll-over
plow $5lOO, Int. 3-bot
tom plow $1500,2 field
cultivators $lO5O each, cutditioner $9OO, bin
2 manure spreaders wagon $lOOO, flat bed
$1375 & $2400. N.I. wagons $390 & $BOO,
& PRODUCE CO.
SAT., SEPT. 25, 1993
At 10:00 A.M.
Located at 1621 North 7th St., Harris
burg, Pa. From Cameron St. turn West
on Herr St. go to traffic light turn right
on 7th to auction on right.
20 4 wheel warehouse carts, 6 2 wheel bag
carts, 5 2,000 lb. pallet jacks, 25 sections H.D.
warehouse pallet racks, 8 polar freezer ship
ping container boxes, 80’ roller racks, water
melon bins, 2 150,000 BTU salamanders,
Honda 650 w/generator, 'A drill, wheelbar
row. 2 drums 15/40 motor oil, Thermoking
reefer unit, double conveyor potato bagger,
Cryovac AVC package machine, bag closer,
cargo bars, 40’ ext. ladder, stepladders, tools,
dock plates, parking lot stripper, 1300 tomato
boxes, 10 lb. w/dividers, plus more!
FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
Focel 2 door display freezer, 3 door upright
display freezer. Hill 12’ selfcontained deli
case, 6’ & 8’ display freezer, Coldin 6’ deli
case, 300 lb. ice maker, Vulcan'gas broiler
oven model S6S, 2 4 basket elec, fryers,
ansulsystem/exhaust hood, S/S ref. table,
Toledo Verilux 711 scale, 2 digital Toledo
scales. Wells elec, stove. 3 sect, s/s wire racks,
2 s/s work tables, shrink wrap, alum, kettles,
s/s pans, utensils, cases of take out paper pro
ducts, 8 lb. plastic tubs/lids, copper edge dis
play unit, shopping carts, apple/potato bags,
100’s plastic containers. Sharp microwave,
elec, steam table, soup kettle, cases of season
ing mix, 2 anti-theft mirrors, mop buckets,
brooms, plus more items.
advance NOTICE TROUTVILLE HOLSTEINS MILKING HERD 262 head
262 HEAD & BRED HEIFER DISPERSAL
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 * 10 A.M.
170 MILKING AGE FEMALESI 50 BRED HEIFERS! 30 HEIFER CALVES!
12 BULLS (9 MONTHS TO SERVICE AGE)
Majority Of Herd Is Red & Whije Holsteins! Over 220 Red & Whites & All Red Factor! One
Of The Very Largest Red & White Offerings Ever!
‘Herd Is Not On Test! Shipping 3.5% Butterfat & 3.0% Protein *
MR. & MRS. NORMAN STITLEY WOODSBORO, MD. (301) 845-2794)
“Cattle Will Be Tested For Immediate Interstate Shipment, Examined For Pregnancy
& Inoculated Against Shipping Fever.
“The Stltley’s Have Never Pushed Their Cattle! A Similar Sale Was Held At Their
Farm Several Years Ago And Cattle Went On To Please New Owners By Producing
Way Above Expectations! The Cattle Are Bred To Mllkll**
Catalogs Will Be At Ringside! Make Plans Now To Attend
“Farm Located On Rt. 550 North Of Woodsboro & South Of Thurmont!
CONTACT _ w
KiMkut M ITn* /aIKS. /-I-, Dovtißomo 802 Box 79 Mhi NY 13753
717/»«7.7«T» . ■ Ph 607/746-2226 fox 607/744 29 M
J.D. front-mounted cul- John D. Stauffer auc
tivator $425, and straw tioneers conducted th«
$62 & $6B per ton. sale.
LOCATION Glenmoore, PA next to
Bryan's Pizzeria Dell. From Rt. 322 take
Rt. 82 North to Saint Peters & Paul
Church, turn right onto Falrvlew Road,
follow to Glenmoore crossroads. Turn
right onto Creek Road approximately 1
block, sale on left.
9 Pc. Walnut dining room suite; sq. Oak
lamp table; 5 pc. Walnut bedroom suite w/
mirrors and finials; 30’s 3 pc. living room;
Victorian Marble top table; 2 swivel rocker
recliners; knee-hole desk; Oak fem stand;
recond. Cane chairs of various designs; 2
single Craflmate beds; butcher bench; 4 draw
er filing cab.; partially restored secretary desk;
medium size safe; 5 bar stools w/backs; porch
glider w/4 chairs; 7 oval braided rugs; washer
and dryer; 23.1 & 18 c. freezers; 6 metal
matching chairs; apt. size Whirlpool refrig;
7500 BTU window air cond.; dehumidifier;
porch swing; Horse Hame mirror; Seth Tho
mas weight shelf clock; shelf clock w/quarter
columns made by (L.R. Stilgen in Marietta,
PA Dec. 17,1891); pictures; TV; Walnut deep
frames; Christmas decor; hanging chandelier
w/glass prisms ruby red base & shade; Gone
With The Wind lamp; Ige. bottle & insulator
collection; marbles; luggage; books; 3 legged
iron pots; John Wright iron tea kettle; fireplace
equip; Brass spitoon; Iron cat; meat saw;
signed meat clever; wood clothes drying rack;
bed and table linens; 2 Adirondack lawn
GLASSWARE: Carnival Black Amythyst
candle sticks; Holland water set; cookie jars;
occupied Japan, 76 & 77 Christmas plates;
brown mix bowl; jaidiners; knick-knacks and
many other small items; kitchen utensils.
TOOLS: B&D shop vac; 'A h p. Craftsman
bench grinder, floor jack; jig saw; routers; San
ders; sabre saws; 100-80 AMP battery char
ger; drills; circular saws; 6” sander/polisher;
18” push mower; Simplicity 11 hp. tractor w/
mower, snow plow and wheel weights; gas
and electric weed eaters; B&D workmate;
Craftsman tools - belt & disk sander w/stand; 1
h.p. air compressor; 225 AMP A/C ARC wel
der; table saw, wood lathe; variety of plumb
ing and carpenter hand tools; lumber and fur
niture parts; bench vise; wet stone grinder;
bench top drill press; bar clamps; wood vises;
organizers; pipe wrenches; c-clamps; Lorn
land chain saw; lawn and garden tools; car
ramps; wheelbarrow; sleds; wood hand cart w/
original red paint and stenciling; Estate Heat
rola wood or coal stove; many other small
items too numerous to mention.
TERMS: Cash or Certified Check. No
Out of State Checks.
ETHEL E. EVANS
Kenneth Grlest & John Stoltzfus
Lie. «AU-001270-L Lie. «AU-001728-L
Phone: (215) 857-2149 between
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
INSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS
SAT , SEPT 25, 1993
At 9:00 A.M.
GOODS & TOOLS