Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 01, 2000, Image 46

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    A46-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, April 1, 2000
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1010-1300 lbs 52.50-57.75. One consign
ment Standard 1-2 1245-1560 lbs 43.00-
47.75.
SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: Choice,
few Prime 2-4 1080-1440 lbs 68.75-
72.25; 980-1035 lbs 67.00-69.00. Select
and low Choice 2-3 970-1415 lbs 65.00-
68.75. Couple Select 1-2 1095-1125 lbs
61.75-63.00.
SLAUGHTER COWS: PERCENT
LEAN WEIGHT BULK LOW DRESS
ING Breakers 75-80 pet lean over-1400
lbs 40.50-43.75 37.75-41.00 Boners 80-85
pet lean over-1200 lbs 38.75-42.50 36.50-
39.50 Lean (Hi-Yield) 85-88 pet lean
over-1200 lbs 38.50-41.50 36.00-39.00
Lean 88-90 pet lean over-1000 lbs 36.00-
Middlebura Livestock Auction
Sales, Inc.
"Special” Riding Horse Sale
Saturday, April 8, 2000
Tack 8:30 AM Horses 11:00
Don’t miss this sale if you are looking for
a “riding” pony or “riding” horse!
Call 570-837-2222 for info
Clarence Shirk, Auctioneer
Lie. #002750
Sale barn located 5 miles W. of Selinsgrove
or 3 miles E. of Middleburg
Restaurant Open
It delivers safe, clean, thermostatical
business, workshop, garage, pool, g
It’s important to fill out your Census form...
Here are a few
of the places
you can go for help.
Crlspus Attucks March 1S -
Community Center April 14
&07 Howard Ave.. Lancaster
Oak Bottom Village
123 Grotfdale Dr.
Quarryville
Water Street March 27 -
Rescue Mission April 14
gin S. Prince St. Lancaster
Lancaster Job Cntr.
60 West Walnut St.
Lancaster
Lancas&r Co- Library f *
125 N. Duke St April 14
Lancaster
Trinity Lutheran
Church
31 S Duke St, Lancaster
Stelnman March 27 -
Boys/Qirls Ctub April 14
333 Dauphin St.. Lancaster .
39.75 34.00-37.00 Lean (Light-Wt) 85-90
pet lean 750 -1000 ibs 32.00-36.25 30.50-
32.50.
SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade
1 1400-1935 lbs 50.00-60.25, few up to
68.00; couple fancy Limousins 1275-
1320 Ibs 72.75-73.00. Yield Grade 2
1240-2315 lbs 45.50-51.50, few early
51.50-55.00. Bullocks: Choice 2-3 835-
1200 lbs 58.50- 65.00. Select 1-3 870-
1530 lbs 47.50-54.75.
CALVES: Vealers not fully tested this
week as buyers for calves to return to
farm took most of the supply. Slaughter
calves 15.00-20.00 higher. Holstein bulls
returned to farm 20.00-35.00 higher.
Holstein heifers steady with last week's
close.
VEALERS: One lot Standard and low
Good 60-70 lbs 23.00.
illy controlled heat for yi
ireenhouse, and more
March 27 -
April 14
March 27 - Mon. - Fri.
April 14 10 ■ 4:30
March 27 -
April 14
Lanc^^^ine
1 E Mam St, Ephrata PA 17522
SLAUGHTER CALVES: Good and
Choice 200-350 lbs 95.00-115.00; lew
400-550 lbs 75.00-90.00. Couple Good
565-730 lbs 40.00-42.00.
RETURNED TO FARM: Holstein
bulls 85-125 lbs 130.00-177.00, with 35
head 95- 100 lbs 181.00-197.00. Plainer
type bulls 80-125 lbs 92.00-145.00,
weaker calves 70-110 lbs 35.00-100.00.
Holstein heifers 80-120 lbs 280.00-
365.00. Plainer heifers 70-110 lbs
175.00-275.00.
New Holland Horses
New Holland Sales Stables
Report Supplied by Auction
Monday, March 27,2000
TOTAL HEAD HORSES AND
MULES 212. MARKET STRONGER.
WORK HORSES 900.00-1125.00.
DRIVING HORSES 610.00-1350.00.
RIDING HORSES 465.00-950.00.
REGISTERED RIDING 810.00-
■%
Mon. > Fri,
8-3
Mon. - Fri
12 - 4
Mon. - Fri.
12:00-4
Mon.-Fit
9-5:30
Sat 10-4
Mon - Fri
12 - 4
Mon. - Fri.
12 - 8:30
Sat. 10 - 4
Public Auction Register
Closing Date Monday 5:00 P.M.
of each week's publication
Internet Sale Register will be updated
every Sat. at 2:23 P.M,
APRIL Spring Consignment Sale 1 mile
SAT APR 1 ■ 9AM Hall Equip- of Fredericksburg, Pa Along
ment Co Farm tractors, trucks H 1 “
and farm machinery, Rt 14A
Hall, NY Roy Teilsworth, aucts
. Collectible Auction Held at Mason
SAT APR 1 - 9AM Lebanon Val- Faeitrty, Rt 19. Fillmore, NY R G
lev Livestock Mkt sth Annual Mason Aucls
public Auction
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, ANTIQUES, FURNI
TURE, GLASSWARE & HOUSEHOLD GOODS
☆ SAT., APRIL 22, 2000 ☆ 9:00 AM ☆
LOCATED AT: 811 NEWPORT AVE , GAP, LANCASTER CO , PA
From Route 10 & Route 41 at Gap, take Route 30 West to Newport
Ave , (3rd left) turn left to auction on left
* REAL ESTATE * (to be offered at Noon)
Real Estate consists of 1 5 story bnck dwelling on a 43’x94’x50’x123’
lot of land The first floor contain! living room with fireplace dining
room, kitchen, bedroom and a full bath The second floor has 2 bed
rooms and storage space There is a full basement, with a built in
garage The dwelling has oil hot air heat, cistern and has public sewage
This home needs TLC but has a great location on one of Gap’s pretti
est streets This property is seriously for sale and deserves your atten
tion
* OPEN FOR INSPECTION! SAT. APRIL 8, 2000 2-4 PM *
* CALL AUCTIONEERS FOR COMPLETE BROCHURE
OR PRIVATE SHOWING H
is ANTIQUES AND FURNITURE it
Marble fireplace mantel and surround, Rudolph player piano. Rose,
Marble-top Rectangular table, secretary, wooden bench from
Gordonville Railroad Station, set of plank bottom chairs, ladderback
chairs oak shelf, rockers, oak plant stands, oak sideboard, end tables,
library table, cane rocker, pine nursing rocker, oak rocker, swivel chair,
cane chair, rec table & chair round wicker table, kneehole desk, slant
top desk, mahogany coffee table, mirrored dressing rack, seamstress
table, iron bed St John treadle sewing machine child’s rocker, asst
lamps, upright Philco radio, Philco table top radio, and much more'
it ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & HOUSEHOLD GOODS *
Old hanging light fixture, top hats, oval pictures, asst pictures, reverse
glass picture, old photos, L C Miller Soudersburg Mirror, Toys, games,
asst dolls from early ’7os, asst doll furniture, alphabet blocks, sled,
croquet set, 48 Slate flag, apple butter stirrer, meat hooks, sprinkling
can. aluminum siding, pewter tray, carnival glass vase, Haviland,
Homer Laughhn plates, large ironstone bowl, German dish, asst glass
ware, crock, mixing bowls, Flow Blue dishes, 1949 Railway Guide,
PR R passes. ’4ss, sheet music, 1939 NY World’s Fair Guide, 1894
The Century Book, 1874 Children of the Abby, Hemingway, nice lot of
novels, based on motion pictures from 1920’s & 1930’5, many with dust
jacket and much more'
Auctioneer’s Note: Nice early furniture & local collectibles Home
needs TLC, but could be good investment Don’t miss n
Real Estate Payment Terms: 10% Down Payment day of auction, bal
ance due May 31,2000 Buyer pays all Realty Transfer Tax
Personal Property: Payment in full day of auction with cash certified
check or approved PA check
Broker Participation: I c /c tee available tor successful registered buyer
prior to April 20. 2000 Registration letter must include Respective
buyer's signature Brokers call Auctioneers for details
Auction Conducted By:
DABD Stephen J. Barr AU-002422-L
James S. Davis Jr. AU-002421-L
[yy|V Gap, PA 17527 (717) 442-9221
AUCTIONEERS!
Food Service Provided by J & M Catering
Announcements Day of Auction take Precedence Over Previous Advertising
1750.00,1 AT 2350.00.
BETTER RIDING 1000.00-2000.00,1
AT 2350.00.
PONIES 160.00-400.00.
LARGE PONIES 500.00-610.00.
COLTS 210.00-410.00.
REGISTERED COLTS 285.00-
575.00.
Livestock Cooperative
Auction Market Of North
Jersey
Hackettstown, N.J.
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, March 28,2000
Hay—Straw—Grain
ALFALFA: 5 LOTS, 2.35-2.90 BALE.
MIXED HAY; 8 LOTS, 2.10-2.50
BALE.
TIMOTHY: 4 LOTS, 1.80-2.30
BALE.
GRASS: 3 LOTS, 2.10-2.60 BALE.
MULCH: 1 LOT AT 2.00 BALE.
OATS: 1 LOT AT 5.40 BAG.
CEDAR POSTS: 3 LOTS, 1.70-2.10
EACH.
25 LOTS TOTAL.
SAT APR 1 - 10 30AM Estate &
Auction Conducted For:
Estate of Josephine Souders
Doug Good, Attorney
Pennsylvania
Livestock Auction
Wayncaburg, h.
Thuraday, Mar. 30, 2000
Report Supplied By Auction
CATTLE: SL. COWS: UTILITY A
COMMERCIAL 37.00-44.50; CANNER
A BONING UTILITY 30.00-38.00; CAN
NER A LOW CUTTER 26.00-3230;
SHELLS 26.00 A DOWN. BULLS:
YIELD GRADE I lsoo#-2000#
40.00- YIELD GRADE 2
1000#-1400# FAT 40.00-36.00.
FEEDER STEERS: M&H 300-500#
55.00- 250-2*o# 54.00-118.00, M
600-900 LBS. 40.00-82.00. HEIFERS M
l&L-l 300-500# 42.00-112.00; H
400-650# 42.00-90.00. BULLS M&Lrl
300620# 45.00-11530.
CALVES: VEAL: PRIME 68.00-90.00;
CHOICE 38.00-80.00; GOOD
35.007000.
FARM CALVES: #1 HOLSTEIN
BULLS 90-120# FEW 35.00115.00; #2
HOLSTEIN BULLS 80-100# FEW
12305000; BEEF X BULL&HFRSyHD.
20.0095.00.
HOGS: BARROWS & OILTS #l-2
210-255# 34.00-42.00, #2-3 255-280#
30.00- SOWS #l-3 300-500#
22.00-
FEEDER PIGS: 1-3 15-20#
5.00- 17.00/HD.; 1-3 25-35#
10.00- 1.00/HD.
LAMBS: HIGH CHOICE 80-100 LBS.
80.00- CHOICE 40-75 LBS.
80.00- FEEDER LAMBS GOOD
60.00- SHEEP 20.00-45.00; FAT
SHEEP 59.00 A DOWN.
GOATS: LARGE 35.00-135.00/HD.;
MEDIUM 30.00-70.00/HD.; SMALL
20.00-
HORSES: 35.00-66.00; PONIES
20.00-55.00.
Owner Retiring!
An Endless Opportunity In The endless Mountains!
Public
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
SAT., MAY 6th @ 12:00 Noon
“The Ararat Lodge” (Resort)
Baldwin & Stalker Roads (Off Ridge Rd.)
Susquehanna County, Ararat Twp, PA
(7 miles North of Elk Mt.)
Includes; Main Lodge, Tavern, 10 Person Public
Hot Tub, Four Cabins, Four One Bedroom Unit
Bungalow, Pond 32’ Deep, Outdoor Pavilion,
Pole Bam, Indian Longhouse, Two Homes-
Panoramic View, Vehicles, Equipment,
Furnishings and MORE!
Inspection: Sun., April 9th, Noon - 3:00 P.M. *
Details!
Col. Steve Sitar (570) 586-1397
PA Lie. #AU2I24-L
Col. Dick Monasky (800) 800 ÜBID,
PA Lie. #AU2I44-R
PUBLIC AUCTION
31+ ACRE LANCASTER
COUNTY FARM SELLING
TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER OVER $195,000
ANTIQUES, FURNITURE,
HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
60+ YEAR COLLECTION
SAT., APRIL 15, 2000
8:30 AM
Located between Elizabethtown and Bambndge
Lancaster County, PA, at 2608 Bambndge Rd.
(Route #241) Bambridge, PA
2-1/2 story brick/log house with 4 bedrooms,
large living room, dining room and eat-m kitchen.
Oil hot water heat with private water/sewer. 3 car
garage and bank bam. About 17 acres tillable
with stream and some wooded. For fact sheet and
to inspect this property call 717-367-8000.
Terms: 10% deposit day of auction with balance
in 45 days. Real Estate to be sold at 11:00 AM.
Expanded list to follow.
Sale For
FAIRY E. KAUFFMAN
Attorney: David Greer
SHAFFNER AUCTION CO.
Mark Diffenderfer
2897-L 717-367-8000
Marty Fleck, Apprentice
(717) 367-9672
“We treat your property as if it were our own ”