The Coshocton County Beacon April 17, 2019 - Page 34

NORTHERN MUSKINGUM CO. LAND AUCTION 130+ GUNS VINTAGE BOAT MOTORS 100+ KNIVES - AMMO Location: Kaufman Auction Center, 559 Belden Parkway NE, Sugarcreek OH 44681. Directions: Off of SR 39 east of Sugarcreek, turn north onto Belden Parkway. The Kaufman Auction Center/ Warehouse is on your right. GPS Coordinates: 40.509654, -81.622768. Tues, April 23 rd , 2019 • 3PM 252+/- Acre farm near Dresden Offered in 12 Parcels Thurs., April 25 , 2019 • 5:00PM th GPS Coordinates: 40.027110,
81.718196 Directions: From Zanesville OH. Take Maple Avenue /OH 60 North to Northpoint Dr. continue North 10 miles on Northpointe Dr. & Frazeysburg Rd. then West on Narrows Rd.1.2 miles to Thomas Ln. and North to farm. From Coshocton OH. Take OH 16 Southwest 13 miles to OH. 60 S. (Frazeysburg Rd.) 1.7 miles to Narrows Rd. W. to Thomas Lane and farm. * 130+ Guns * Shotguns * Rifl es * Binoculars * Boat Motors * Ammo * Knives * Misc. 130+ Guns: 20 Winchester Model 12 – 12 Ga, 16 Ga., & 20 Ga.; Winchester Mod. 1911 12 Ga.; Winchester Mod. 36 9mm Shot; Win. Mod. 41 .410 Ga.; Win. 52B .22 Cal.; Win. Mod. 1892 .32WCF; Win. Mod. 1892 .25-20 Cal.; Win. Mod. 03 .22 Cal.; Win. Mod. 06 .22 Cal.; Win. Mod. 69A .22 Cal.; Win. Mod. 20 .22 Cal.; Win Mod. 69 .22 Cal. & Other Winchesters. Ruger Mod. 77 7x57; Marlin Mod. 336 30-30 Win; Marlin Mod. 39A .22 Cal. Remington Mod. 760 .270 Win.; Remington Mod. 17 20 Ga.; Parker DH 12 Ga.; L.C. Smith Field model 12 Ga.; universal M-1 Carbine; Krag Springfi eld 1894 .30-40; Browning Auto .22 Cal. Stevens Crackshot; Little Scout and more. Handguns Include: Walther Creed; Colt “Ithaca” 1911 .45 ACP (Nice); Rock Island Mod. 206 38 spl.; Savage 1917 .32 ACP; Kel- Tec Mod. P-32 .32 Auto; S&W Mod. 686 .357 Mag.; S&W Mod. SW-40VE .40 Cal.; Boat Motors * Binoculars: 1948 Martin Outboard; 1938 Evinrude Sportwin; 1953 Mercury MK5; 1940 Elto Ace; 1935 Evinrude Sportsman; 1925 Johnson J-25; 1940 Johnson AT-10; 1937 Elto Pal; 1923 Elto Lightwin; 1940 Evinrude Sportsman; 1934 Evinrude Lightwin Imperial; 1946 Evinrude Zephyr; 1947 Evinrude Sportsman; Seek Thermal Imaging Camera; Swarovski Binoculars; (4) Leupold Binoculars; (3) Carl Zeiss Binoculars; Kahles Binoculars; Vortex Binoculars; Hawke Binoculars; Nikon Monarch Binoculars; Knives * Ammo * Misc.: Winchester 1917 Bayonet; Rem- ington Mini Trapper, Camp, Tracker, Presidential, Guide and Silver Bullet Knives. 175th & 200th Anniversary Rem- ington Knife; Case XX Johnny Cash; Older Case Knives; Buck Knives; Schrade Knives; Winchester Knives; Misc. Ammo of all calibers; gun cases, bow & more. Terms: 10% Buyers Premium. Cash, Check or Credit Card. Proper ID required and sales tax applies. Note: This will be an FFL regulated sale, with photo ID required and FFL forms being completed. We will start the sale at 3:00 PM with the ammo & misc. Boat Motors, Knives and guns at 4:00 PM. For a complete catalog visit of Guns please visit or call 330.852.4111. Online bidding available at PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
Offering 250 + acres with minimal improvements in northern Muskingum Co., the farm has been in the Spiker family for multiple generations and now the opportunity to acquire all or a portion of it is here! The buyer will receive immedi- ate possession of the tillable acreage for the 2019 planting season. The land is comprised of both creek bottom and elevated crop land as well as pasture and wooded acreage with exceptional Whitetail and turkey hunting. The improvements on the farm include an older home in need of some TLC as well as 3 Morton post frame buildings to house machinery and livestock. Home and building tracts from 7 acres up will be offered and seclusion is found here on Thomas Ln. only 2 miles from OH. 60. Wakatomika Creek borders the North and portions of the East side of the farm. Join us for
a property tour on Monday April 15th at 5:00.
or feel free to view the farm at your convenience prior to auction day. Take advantage of your opportunity to buy a property of this caliber while it is
The farm will be offered in
12 parcels as well as in combination. Parcel 1: 
67 Acres with older home and Morton Building. Cropland, wooded acreage with Wakatomika Creek frontage. Parcel 2
7 Acre home or building site with good elevation. 410’ frontage. Parcel 3: 7.4 Acre home or building site with good elevation. 410’ frontage. Parcel 4: 7.3 Acre home or building site with good elevation. 400’ frontage. Parcel 5: 8.1 Acre home or building site with good elevation. 380’ frontage. Parcel 6: 7.8 Acre home or building site with good elevation. 493’ frontage. Parcel 7: 17 Acres cropland & woods. Open or wooded building site. Parcel 8: 10 Acres open tillable land. Parcel 9: 5.4 Acres open land. Good building lot. Parcel 10: 8.5 Acres with 2 Morton Barns. Parcel 11: 56 Acres of exceptional hunting land, comprised of tillable areas, old growth, woods and creek frontage. Parcel 12: 63.4 Acres primarily tillable bottom land with some woods and creek. LEGAL:
 Parcel #’s 10-04-03-06-000, 10-04-08-01-000, 10-04-08-08- 000, 10-08-61-13-000, 10-08-61-13-001, 10-08-61-14-000, 10-08-61- 15-000, 10-08-61-16-000, 10-08-61-17-0002018 Taxes per ½ year were $2,235
CAUV. Recoupment if any, will be
responsibility of Buyer. REAL ESTATE TERMS:
 10% nonrefundable down payment due day of auction with balance at closing in 45-60 days w/no fi nancing contingencies. A 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added
the high bid price to determine the fi nal contract price. Property is sold “AS IS”.
All acreage and frontage
amounts are preliminary and subject to fi nal survey.
 Auction will be offered in various amalgamations, including as individual parcels or lots, combinations of parcels or lots, and all parcels or lots as a whole. See sale order addendum day of sale for more details. Announcements day of sale take precedence over
all previous advertising and statements. Peyton’s pitching shuts out Zanesville WARSAW - Peyton Werntz threw a shutout to lead the River View Lady Bears Varsity past Zanesville 14-0 on April 5. River View got things started in the fi rst inning when Alyssa Th omas doubled on a 2-0 count, scoring two runs. Th e Lady Bears put up fi ve runs in the fi fth inning. River View’s off ense in the inning came from singles by Th omas, Mikensi Ehlinger, and Kelsie Williamson and a double by Werntz. Werntz allowed one hit and zero runs over fi ve in- nings, striking out fi ve and walking one. River View hit one home run on the day. Bailey Het- tinger had a four bagger in the fi rst inning. River View totaled 13 hits. Williamson, Ehlinger, Hettinger, and Th omas all managed multiple hits for River View. Williamson went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead River View in hits. Th e Lady Bears were sure-handed in the fi eld and didn't commit a single error. Melanie Giffi n had the most chances in the fi eld with four. River View tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Claire Warschauer led the way with three. Contributed | Beacon Contributed | Beacon 34 THE BEACON Auction by Order of: Charles & Lori Spiker Kaufman Realty and Auctions, LLC (886) 439-4111 • Jason L Miller, CAI Auctioneer (740) 541-7475 • Pet of the Week LLC Kaufman Realty and Auctions, LLC (886) 852-4111 Derrick Kandel, Auctioneer (330) 231-4524 • Cliff Sprang, Auctioneer (330) 464-5155 • LLC Meet Scarlett . She's a beautiful calico, very clean, play- ful, and sweet! She's about 8 months old, fully vett ed! Her adoption fee is $50. Application is required. Coshocton County Humane Society, P.O. Box 11, Coshocton, Ohio, 43812. 740-575-5829 APRIL 17, 2019