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					                   594 Exchange Road, Muncy, PA


      2 Day Public Auction
    Friday, April 11, 2008                           2:00 P.M.
    Saturday, April 12, 2008                         9:00 A.M.

                         Valuable 175 acre Farm
9 Tractors ~ Skid Loader ~ Combine ~ Trucks ~ Shop Tools ~ Butcher Items
       Guns ~ Primitives ~ Stoneware ~ Antiques ~ Household Goods
                                  Saturday, April 12, 2008          9:00 A.M.
                                                Directions:
   Located on the late Fred & Dorothy Wagner Farm at 594 Exchange Road, MUNCY, PA. 4 miles E of
   Clarkstown, just off Rt. 442. Take exit 13 off Rt I-180, 405 N to red light & continue straight on Rt
   442, approx. 6 miles.( Lycoming County)

                         175 acre Lycoming County Farm (Moreland Twp.)
                               To be offered in 4 parcels or the entirety
                                       12:00 Noon on Saturday
                        Captivating views of the Muncy hills from all parcels !
Parcel #1: The home farm located in a country setting consists of approx. 91 acres rolling land, 57 tillable, 16
wooded, 18 pasture, frontage along Exchange Road. A large 7 room farmhouse, 4 bedroom, 2 baths, 100 amp
elec., hot water baseboard heat, large bank barn w/ 200 amp elec. Several outbuildings, large metal machinery
shed w/ workshop area. 3 wire corn cribs, hog pen, etc. Spring feed pond, & great views. East Lycoming
School District.
                       This property has been in the Wagner Family for over 100 years.

Parcel # 2: Consists of approx. 57 open secluded acres, some woods, fantastic views, 50’ right way across
parcel #3 to this property, This parcel will border parcel # 1 & # 3.

Parcel #3: Consists of approx 25 open acres, frontage along Exchange Rd. Super nice views from this prop-
erty also. Borders parcel # 1 & # 2

Parcel # 4: Consists of approx. 5.08 acres, w/ frontage along Exchange Rd, borders parcel # 1 & # 3 This
property has a 5 room, 3 bedroom block home, full basement, hot water baseboard heat, drilled well & septic.
                           GAS & OIL RIGHTS SELL WITH THE PROPERTY
   For more information or to make an appointment to view property call the Auction Co. (570) 546-6907
                                       REAL ESTATE TERMS:
                     Parcel # 1: $25,000 down in cash or certified check day of sale
                     Parcel # 2: $15,000 down in cash or certified check day of sale.
                     Parcel # 3: $10,000 down in cash or certified check day of sale.
                     Parcel # 4: $ 5,000 down in cash or certified check day of sale.

Balance in 60 days on all parcels. 6% buyers premium to be applied to purchase price. Real Estate Taxes pro-
rated settlement day. Transfer taxes divided between the buyer & seller. Any PA inspections can be made 10
days prior to the Auction at the potential buyer’s expense. Parcels are subject to immediate Administrators
confirmation. Other terms known day of sale.
                               All stoves sell immediately after the Real Estate:
  Majestic gray enameled cook stove, w/ water jacket; Harman coal stove w/ fan; Ben Franklin wood stove.

                                             Butchering Items
Biro model 33-3455 SS meat band saw; Buffalo #51B commercial meat grinder on pedestal w/ large pan; Wellsaw 404
backbone saw; meat tenderizer; Little American porcelain meat slicer; Dayton white enamel scales; home made band
saw; band saw blades; elec knife sharpener; SS table top; 20” bottle gas stove; 3 wood meat tubs; Steiner meat
grinder; Enterprise 12 grinders; 2 - 8 qt lard presses, complete; LUDWIG SS COMMERCIAL ELEC CHICKEN
PLUCKER-REAL NICE; 7 butcher kettles; large butcher kettle w/ ring; gas kettle burner; meat stirrers; real nice
wood scalding trough; 12’ wood meat bench; 2 beam scales; l ton elec. chain hoist; long meat hooks on rollers; other
long meat hooks; big metal gamble stick; butcher knives; hog scrapers; microwave; lovely copper apple butter ket-
tle, dovetailed; apple butter stirrers; pig sticker knife, w/ pig head handle; several milk cans.
                                              Friday, April 11, starting at 2:00 PM
                                Antiques, Guns, Collectibles, Household Goods
                                                     Early Table Top Concert Roller Organ music box (May 31, 1887)
                                                     w/music rolls; 2 -matching oak chest drawers 1 w/ mirror; 5 leg
                                                     oak farm table; 5 leg oak round farm table; 2 door jelly cupboard;
                                                     Solid end jelly cupboard; oak library table; Victorian square top
                                                     stand; Fancy uph. seat settee; 2-oak towel racks; Singer console
                                                     sewing machine; sev. oak dressers & stands; 2-cottage washstands;
                                                     Brunswick Victrola-w/ records; round top trunks; kneehole desk;
                                                     wooden easel; Lots of early assorted chairs & rockers; lots of fancy
                                                     p. frames; sev. old kero. lamps; sev. sets sleigh bells; cherry pitters;
                     apple peelers; Lots of CI frying pans mostly Griswold; corn dryer; tumble barrel churn; Blue&
                     white granite pails; 2-barn boring machines; sev. wooden butter bowls; RR lanterns; Early child’s
                     painted sled; Kelly stove co. small cook stove; table top balance scales; 2-pitcher pumps; Libby’s
evaporated milk cardboard cow display; 2-egg scales; cow bells; Singer treadle
sewing machine; David Armstrong Print “The Blacksmith” 492/950; Round
butter churn – green paint; Milk Bottles: Pint Chamberlains, 1/2 pint W.B. M.P.
Co., Castle Grove Farms-Danville; Quart Broeske Bros. – North Wales; Shuman
Dairy-McEwensville, McDaniels; plus lots more; Lots of early Adv. Tins; 1945 US
Naval Training Center Sampson, NY (sailors from Pearl Harbor) all signed on back;
1909 Muncy calendar plate; Glassware: 2-cut glass water pitchers; cracker jar; lots
of pink dep.; Iris bowl; sev. Carnival pcs.; yellow dep. cake plate& sherbets; pea-
nut butter glasses; Stoneware: Outstanding Harrie C. Hoy Wholesale Liquor
Dealer Muncy, Pa crock Jug- excellent condition; Ack & Bro. Mooresburg, small
brown crock; Cowden&Co. crock jug; Sipe & son 2 gal. crock; 30 + assorted crocks & jugs up to 20 gal; Lots of quilt
tops; Lots of early tin lunch pails & berry buckets; Square top wringer washer; sev. saddles; traps; slaw cutters;

Guns: Springfield Savage 840 222 bolt, Bushnell 4x12 scope; Savage 340 30-30 bolt; Stevens 840 22 bolt; Crossman
BB gun; Currency: 1923 Large $1 bill; sev. 1953 large $2 bills; sev. $1 & $2 silver cert.; plus lots more assorted pcs.

Household Items: Frig. 2 door Refrigerator; GE 30” elec. stove; GE washer & Maytag elec. dryer-like new; 32”
Sanyo TV-like new; uph. Recliner (massage); uph. davenport; Cherry tone Grandfather clock; Maple 4 hole gun cabi-
net; Golden Companion 3-wheel invalid scooter-never used; Bissell upright sweeper; Baker’s rack;

                                                    Auctioneer’s Note:
  This is only a partial listing of Antiques & Household Items, Many items are not listed.



                                 Saturday, April 12, Starting 9:00 A.M.

                                             9 TRACTORS, SKID LOADER, COMBINE,
                                                       TRUCKS, ETC.
                                      IH 1086 diesel, wfe tractor, full cab, nice; hub mount duals for 1086; IH 1466D
                                      wfe tractor, cab, 18.4-38” rubber, dual hyds, sharp; Farmall 806 D nfe tractor, 2
                                      pth, dual hyds, 18.4-34” rubber; Farmall M nfe gas tractor w/ belt pulley, nice
                                      metal; Farmall C tractor; AC D-17 Series IV gas tractor, w/f/e, real nice metal,
                                      (started to overhaul); AC G gas tractor w/ belly mower; AC C tractor w/ cultiva-
                                      tors; JD hand crank B tractor, nfe; Case 1840 skid loader, 2 manure forks, bale
                                      spear, only 2600 hrs; AC E self propelled combine, cab, 10’ grain head, real nice;
                                      Ford 350 truck; Ford 350 dual wheel truck w/ snow plow; 22’ tandem axle tag
                                      along trailer; Simplicity 14 hp 44” deck riding mower.
                                   Saturday, April 12, 2008
                                 GENERAL FARM MACHINERY
MF 12 tooth pull type chisel plow; JD # 340 12’ transport plowing disc; AC 14’ transport wing disc; IH 710
5 btm semi plow-side hill hitch; IH 540 4 btm semi plow-side hill hitch; JD 14’ transport harrow; 12’ culti-
packer; IH 5100 16 double disc grain drill w/ grass seeder, l owner, very sharp; Hesston PT-10 haybine – l
owner; Pequea 910 pto tedder; NH 256 rake; NH 55 rake; NH 846 round baler; Wrap Around 3 pth bale
wrapper, 20” plastic; IH 430 baler w/ thrower; 18’ wood thrower rack wagon; wood hay rack wagon; sev-
eral running gears; Little Giant 40’ all-purpose elevator; Little Giant drag elevator; NH 36 flail chopper; NH
36 flail chopper-no spout; JD 2 row stalk chopper; AC blower; Avco NI #324 2 row corn picker, 12 roll bed,
real nice; 2 Kilbros 350 gravity bin wagons; 2 McCurdy gravity bin wagons; NH wagon w/ high sides; sev-
eral old running gears; wooden drag elevator; Cardinal 45’ grain auger on wheels; Mayrath 44’ grain auger
on wheels; NH 518 manure spreader w/ top beater; Gehl 100 grinder/mixer; Brady pto bean processor;
Woods RB800 3 pth back blade; JD 4 row 3 pth cultivator; 3 pth bale carrier; 3 pth log splitter; Herd 3 pth
fertilizer spreader; Leinbach 3 pth post hole digger; JD 1240 4X corn planter; Walsh 200 gal. trailer sprayer;
Lamco SU wagon; Gehl 640 SU wagon; JD 38 harvestor-2 hds; JD 490 4X planter; 2 way plow for C; walk
behind plow; Flip over plow; Harvest Handler alum elevator; 2 Grain o avator grain carts w/ auger; burner
off grain dryer; grain cleaner; Several grain augers, various lengths & sizes; fertilizer auger for bin wagon;
MM parts; cultivators for C; 12 hole round hog feeder; tractor & truck chains; buzz saw; Harley Davidson
golf cart; Quantity of old scrap machinery; old school bus; manure spreader; 14 x 70’ mobile home on
wheels; fuel tanks; mobile home metal frame; large pile of roofing; 4 rings high grain bin-already torn
down; 6-H concrete bunks; round bale feeder; 20-telephone poles; pile cinder blocks.

                                       Shop Tools, Primitives, Etc.
2 Campbell Hausfield 60 gal. air compressors, l just new; 12” planner; 6” jointer; table saws; Craftsman 10” bandsaw;
Cummins wood lathe; 30 ton Manuel press; Forney welder; Guardian 12 spd drill press; Central 5 spd table top drill
press; big fly wheel puller; 3 anvils (l approx 300 lbs); buck saw; battery charger; Sears tool box; air compressor;
creepers; 3/4” socket set; bumper jack; dbl bench grinder; c clamps; air tank Milwaukee skil saw; jack stands;
Brinley l btm plow; come alongs; chain saws; several floor jacks; Dayton 1 1/2 hp motor; wood measures; paint
sprayer; x cut saws; new broom handles; car ramps; floor jack; cylinders; round steel welding table; several grease
guns, 2 air; lots of wrenches; vise grips; Clipper #1B seed cleaner-lots of screens; other seed cleaner; platform scales;
1 horse sleigh made in Cortland NY-nice; 1 horse buggy-real nice; bob sleds; potato plow; iron wheels; double trees;
horse collars horse hitches; old grapple hay fork; Blacksmith old forge blower; Buckeye Wood Cider Press made
by PP Mast Co. real nice; standing seam tools; 3 fuel tanks, l-500 gal. w/elec pump; 500 gal. poly tank; fast hitch
arms; PTO cyclone seeder; chicken crates; chicken feeders; quantity of oak lumber; barn fans; Small quantity of oats
in bin; some round bale straw in barn; 2 Delaval pail milkers; SS strainer; SS carrying pail; Surge milker pump; barn
gates; wheelbarrow. Many items not listed.

Terms: Cash or good check day of Auction. Out of state buyers must have a bank letter of credit addressed to
Fraley Auction Co., Inc.

Sale Order: Starting 2:00 PM Friday - selling all items from the house, Antiques, Guns, Household Goods
Starting 9:00 AM Saturday - with wagon items, butchering items at 11:00 AM - Real Estate at 12:00 Noon
followed by big farm equipment.


                     Owners:
     Dorothy Wagner Estate
           Woodlands Bank, Adm.

				
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