The Stuber farm having been sold and as I am moving to Indiana I will offer at Public Auction at my home located 2 miles North and one-half mile West of Lima, Ohio, on State Route 81, on
Tuesday, Sept. 19, 1944 Commencing at 1:00 PM., Slow Time
12 Head of Cattle
Consisting of 6-year-old Guernsey and Holstein cow, fresh 10 weeks; 5-year-old Guernsey cow, fresh 12 weeks, 5-year-old Guernsey and Holstein, to freshen November 15, 4-year-old Guernsey cow, with calf by side, one Bundle heifer, bred; two Guernsey heifers, bred; four nice Guernsey heifers, under 6 months old.
11 Head of Sheep
Consisting of five 3-year-old Shropshire ewes and six Shropshire lambs. 15 ton mixed hay.
Consisting of International manure spreader in A-1 shape; John Deere walking plow, 7-ft. McCormick grain binder; spring tooth harrow; Dane hay loader; Osborn hay tedder, 6-ft. tandem disc, two sets of harness; four collars; McCormick mower, 5-ft; 1 brooder house.
Consisting of medium size Sunny Home base burner, good condition; medium size Renown heating stove, coal or wood, good condition; square extension dining room table; 100-lb. side icer refrigerator; wood bed and springs; leather davenport; Aladdin lamp; three oil lamps; clothes wringer; vacuum cistern cleaner; oven for oil stove and miscellaneous articles.
Terms - Cash
Come And Spend The Afternoon
Clarence Stuber, Owner
Dorsey P. Miller, Auctioneer
Robert Hahn, Clerk
This was the auction sale of my paternal great aunt & uncle, Clarence and Vera (Haley) Stuber. They sold their property and moved from Ohio to Salamonia in Jay County, Indiana to help take care of Vera's parents, Eli and Cora (Metzner) Haley. According to my uncle, Paul LeMaster, when Vera and Clarence made the move of nearly 50 miles, they did it with a wagon and a Ford tractor.