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London diamond dealer pays record $46 million for rare 'fancy intense pink' gem GENEVA - A rare pink diamond smashed the world record for a jewel at auction Tuesday, selling for more than $46 million to a wellknown gem dealer.

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London jeweler Laurence Graff paid $46,158,674, for the 24.78-carat "fancy intense pink" diamond, which he immediately named "The Graff Pink."

Four bidders competed for the pink diamond, which was last sold 60 years ago by New York jeweler Harry Winston.

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"It is the most fabulous diamond I've seen in the history of my career and I'm delighted to have bought it," Graff said in a statement released by auction house Sotheby's, which offered the stone at its Geneva sale.

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A record price was paid for this rare pink diamond at a recent auction The sale price of this rare gem was almost double the $24.3 million achieved by the blue see “Diamond” on page 3

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Pumpkin Cheesecake This lucious cheesecake combines the two classic favorites, a New York Style Cheesecake and pumpkin pie. The flavors of the pumpkin pie are complimented by a ginger snap cookie crumb crust, sweet whipped cream, caramel sauce, and a sprinkle of crumbled ginger bread cookies. Yield: 10 – 12 slices. Crust Use an 8-inch spring-form pan 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs 1 cup ginger snap cookies 1/4 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 8 tablespoons melted butter Cheesecake Filling 3 8-ounce packages cream cheese 1 15-ounce can pure pumpkin 2/3 cups light brown sugar 3 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves Sour Cream Layer 1 cup sour cream 1/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg **freshly ground if available Whipped Cream 2 pints heavy cream 1/4 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla Additional toppings: Caramel sauce gingersnap crumbs

Crust preparation In a medium sized bowl combine graham cracker crumbs, ginger snap crumbs, sugar, and butter, mix well. Press crust into a springform pan. Press the crust about halfway up the side of the springform pan. Refrigerate crust while you continue to prepare the cheesecake. Filling preparation Allow extra time for mixing up this filling. Remove the pure pumpkin puree from the can and place into a couple of large paper towels. Wrap the pumpkin puree with the paper towels, this will soak the excess water in the pumpkin puree. Continue to remove excess water from the pumpkin puree for about 60 minutes before making cheesecake mixture. Bring the remaining ingredients for the filling to room temperature while the pumpkin puree is having the water removed. With a mixer beat cream cheese until smooth, and add eggs one at a time, and then combine all ingredients for the filling in a mixer. Blend until very smooth. For best results allow all ingredients to reach room temperaturebefore mixing the filling. Remove crust from refrigerator, and pour in filling.

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Bake cheesecake at 350 for 30 minutes, and then reduce temperature to 325 degrees for an additional 30 minutes. When you remove the cheesecake it should be slightly jiggly in the center, the cheesecake will set up nicely as it cools. Sour Cream Layer When you remove the cheesecake from the oven set aside, and begin to prepare the seasoned cream cheese layer. In a small bowl combine sour cream, sugar, and spices. Blend well. Spread seasoned sour cream mixture over the baked cheesecake evenly. Place the cheesecake back into the 325 degree oven for about 8 minutes to the sour cream layer will set. Whipped Cream Now allow the cheesecake to cool, when the cheesecake is completely cool, you can add the whipped cream. In a medium sized bowl combine 2 pints heavy whipping cream, vanilla, and sugar, mix well with a blender or a stand mixer. Whip the cream until it forms stiff peaks. Remove ring from the spring-form pan, and either pipe the whipped cream over the pumpkin cheesecake or spread with a knife. When you are ready to serve the Pumpkin Cheesecake cut each slice, drizzle the top of the cheesecake with caramel sauce, and then sprinkle over gingersnap crumbs before serving.

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. . . “Diamond” 35.56-carat Wittelsbach-Graff diamond in 2008, also bought by Graff. "This is the highest price ever bid for a jewel at auction," said David Bennett, the head of Sotheby's jewelry division, as the auction room in Geneva's luxury Beau Rivage hotel erupted into applause. "Everybody was surprised it went that high," Mart van Drunen, a jeweler from Amsterdam, commented after the sale. "He clearly wants to have all the rarest diamonds in the world." Rich buyers from developing countries have been dipping their hand in the high end of the market in recent years, but experts say emerging middle classes particularly in India are doing as much if not more to lift prices. Ongoing doubts about the stock market have also helped drive up the value of gold and precious jewels, said van Drunen. Four bidders competed for the pink diamond, which was last sold 60 years ago by New York

jeweler Harry Winston. The seller chose to remain anonymous, said Sotheby's. Graff had the blue diamond recut after purchase, to the displeasure of purists who considered it an act of vandalism against a unique object. It wasn't immediately known whether he planned to alter the pink diamond, which Sotheby's says has a flaw unnoticeable to the naked eye but may be graded as internally flawless after repolishing. Sotheby's said it sold jewels worth $105.1 million Tuesday, also a world record for a single sale. The auction included items once belonging to Christina Onassis, the daughter of the Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis, and Cristina Ford, the second wife of Henry Ford's grandson Henry Ford II. "I think this tells you a bit about the health of the market," Bennett told reporters after the sale. One Israeli diamond dealer, who asked to remain anonymous, summed it up differently: "These are crazy prices," he said.

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Just a few of the amenities: •5 Bedrooms •2 Lots Street to Street •3 Full Baths •Near Hospital •Built-in Cabinets •Park Like Setting •Replacement Windows •Kitchen/Dining Room •Living Room •Utility •Office or Nursery •Paved Driveways •Recent Roof & Heat/Air •Landscaping •2 Bay Shop •Just off U.S. 431 •Covered Patio •Much, Much, More

Make Plans To Be Ready to Bid on this fine home in one of the prime locations of Russellville, KY. Call any Lender TODAY! Get approved and spend Christmas in your NEW HOME! Selling Following Real Estate: Glassware – Sewing Machine – Tools – Christmas Items – Cookware – Furniture – Several Porcelain Dolls – Cookbooks – Couch & Chairs – Bow Front China Cabinet – 2 Bedroom Suites – Refrigerator – Stove – Ox Yoke – Oak China Cabinet – 2 Remington Shotguns (12 & 16) – 1 Savage 22 over 20 ga (like new) – Box Lots LEAD PAINT: Any home built prior to 1978 could contain lead base paint. If potential purchaser requires lead base paint inspection, at their expense, it must be completed prior to November 26, 2010 at 5:00 P.M. Purchaser will be required to sign lead base paint waiver prior to purchase contract.

TERMS & CONDITIONS: 15% non-refundable deposit day of auction, balance on or before 30 days with deed. Current Bank Letter of Guarantee required with business or personal check. – Personal Property – CASH day of auction. All property offered in “AS IS” “WHERE IS” condition and basis and no warranty or representation either expressed or implied concerning the property is made by sellers or auctioneer. Each bidder is responsible for conducting his/her own independent inspection, investigation, inquiries, and due diligence concerning the property including but not limited to utilities, soil work, building permits, E.P.A., ingress or egress, zoning, easements or any other matter. Agent and auctioneers are exclusive agents of the seller. It shall be the responsibility of all potential buyers to inspect prior to bidding and all bidders shall bid or buy based upon that inspection. All announcements made day of auction take precedence over all printed or oral information. OWNER: Forbis

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Pot o' gold: Family's old vase fetches $83 million in UK auction

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Chinese vase, 16 inches tall and with a fish motif, that sold for $83 million on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010, at Bainbridges auction house in Ruislip, England.

Directions: From downtown Nashville take I-65 North to Exit 92 towards Madison. Merge onto TN-45S toward Madison/Old Hickory Dam. Go approx. 4.4 miles & turn left on Industrial Dr. Go approx. 4/10 mile & turn right onto Old Hickory Blvd. Go approx. 4/10 mile & turn left onto Donelson Ave. Go approx. 2/10 mile & turn right onto Lawrence St. Go 1/10 mile & sale will be at 807 Lawrence St. on left. Watch for auction signs. Reason for Sale: Mrs. Frances Kunkel is in a nursing home and no longer needs this property. Sale is subject to court approval

2008 Chevy Aveo (8,900 miles)

This lovely 2 story home is located in the Village of Old Hickory and could possibly have historical value. It has hardwood floors, a full basement, central heat & air and a rocking chair front porch. It has a great back yard and is located in a beautiful neighborhood with tree lined streets and sidewalks. This home is move-in ready and would make a great first home. PERSONAL PROPERTY 3 Pc. Maple bedroom suite Cherry bed Several table lamps Antique walnut marble top dresser Wall mirrors Wicker furniture Metal cabinets Metal shelves Yard tools Picnic table Old dolls Washer & dryer Wooden step ladder

Refrigerator Stove China cabinet Cherry chest Maple table & 6 chairs Couch Kitchenwares Assorted figurines Coffee tables Bookcase Brass floor lamp Microwave Walnut rocker Brass bed

Hand painted double globe lamp TV 4 Drop leaf tables Queen Ann chair Old clock Spool leg small table Beer steins Small head vases Glassware Metal lawn chairs Wooden swing Camel saddle 2008 Chevy Aveo (8,900 miles) Other items too numerous to mention!

Terms: Personal Property: Cash or check with proper ID. Real Estate: 10% down day of sale and balance upon court approval.

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Holiday World auctions off surplus

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The Associated Press SANTA CLAUS, Ind. — A southern Indiana amusement park plans to auction off hundreds of surplus items this weekend, including an antique circus truck and bumper boats.

Friday, December 3rd at 9am (note time) Saturday, December 4th at 9am (note time)

The auction will be at Holiday World & Splashin' Safari in Santa Claus, about 35 miles east of Evansville.

Selling Top Quality

Hundreds of items will be auctioned, including electric scooters, professional kitchen equipment, costumes, Christmas decorations, theatrical lighting, old license plates and an antique oxen yoke.

Industrial Supplies and Contractor Tools.

Holiday World President Will Koch says the theme park's clutter could easily be someone else's treasure

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Go To: WWW.COLSONAUCTIONS.COM for more photos and details. Directions: From Nashville take I-40 East to Mt. Juliet Exit # 226B Continue on North Mt. Juliet Rd. 5 miles to Lebanon Rd. Left on Lebanon Rd. 3.2 miles to Grandview Dr. (at U-Haul) Right on Grandview Dr. ½ mile continue on Lakeshore Dr. to Right on E. Shady Trail. Real Estate: This brick ranch style home is in excellent condition, has living room, den w/ fireplace, kitchen w/ tile, extra cabinets, island, breakfast nook and appliances, dining room, 21x20 bonus room w/ additional storage, laundry room, 23x14 Florida room w/ tile floor & sky lights, 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, HVAC, security system, blinds & window treatments, ceiling fans, attic storage, landscaped 1.1 acre lot w/ private gardens, sitting areas, & 25x18 gazebo, 2 car attached garage, concrete driveway, 2 car detached garage w/ concrete floor & work bench. Great neighborhood, minutes to lake, shopping, interstate, Mt Juliet schools, dining and more. 2006 Saturn Ion w/ 10,000 Miles Furniture/Glassware: Cherry Lillian Russell (bed, vanity w/ bench, chest), (3) cypress stump tables, crystal stemware, cut glass pitcher & glasses, crystal, harmony house china set, china cabinet, glass top kitchen table & chairs, ornate base dining table, maple drop leaf table, Seth Thomas mantle clock, milk glass, figurines, vases, leather reclining sofa, loveseat & chair, coat rack, hurricane lamp, marble top tables, Howard Miller Grandfather clock, Duncan Phyfe table, chairs, crock, coffee grinder, wicker patio furniture, gate leg table, bakers rack, plant stands, leather sitting chairs, end tables, desk, Singer sewing machine, Swarovski, 2 Tiffany style lamps, dressers, quilt racks, king beds, cedar chests, entertainment cabinets, roll top desk, bar stools, office chairs, wrought iron patio furniture, umbrella, lawn chair & cushions Collectibles/Guns: Colt 357 magnum, Smith & Wesson 32, 38 Smith & Wesson, pocket knives, large safe, autographed pics and prints of Minnesota Fats, Fast Eddie, Paul Newman Poster, Jerry Reed, Bobby Bear, Faron Young, Bo Snyder, 2 vintage Cardinal 4 spinning reels, Ambassadeur 5500C, fishing reels and lures, huge mounted largemouth bass, old costume jewelry, cuff links, charms, broaches, cameos, old watches, pictures Tools & Misc: Husky tool box, hand tools, sockets, wrenches, jigs, hooks, molds, lead pot, Chilton Books, ladders, 2 wheelers, anvil on stump, sander/buffer, shovels, rakes, post hole digger, weed eater, back pack blower, push mower, Samsung SS Side by side refrigerator, old GE Refrigerator, area rugs, Dyson vac, Maytag washer & dryer, Gateway computer, printer, grill, wall decos, crock pots, corning wear, serving dishes, Samsung LCD TV, artificial trees & plants, cook books, holiday decos, globe, planters, gardening items. Terms: Real Estate: Cash. Make you own financial arrangements prior to sale. 15 % down day of sale, balance due at closing. Deed and Title provided by estate. Or 20% Down. Bank terms available with Wilson Bank & Trust 6% Initial Interest Rate contact Janice Durnburger (615) 547-5601 for info. Personal Property: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover. Driver lic required for bidding number. Sale # 06310 Diane Stem, Crye-Leike Agent


Mark Your Calendar for these 3 Big Ben Bray Auctions! AKERSVILLE ROAD • FOUNTAIN RUN, KENTUCKY AKERSVILLE COMMUNITY

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672 HIGHWAY 52 BY-PASS WEST • LAFAYETTE, TN

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STONE HOUSE • SHOP BUILDING W/SHED • COUNTY WATER AVAILABLE • 1.75 ACRE LOT • PRIMITIVE TOOLS • SHOP EQUIPMENT • (3) GAS PUMPS (RESTORED) • 10 CENT COKE MACHINE • CIGARETTE DISPLAY • METAL TOYS PEDAL TRACTOR • CAST IRON KETTLE • BLUEGRASS SIGN • LARGE COKE COOLER • FLOUR CABINET • UTILITY TRAILER • OLD SHOT GUN • PLUS MUCH MUCH MORE....MR. JACK COOK ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF MR. DEWEL BULLINGTON

TRACTOR W/LOADER • 1967 PLYMOUTH GTX • 1994 FORD F250 • 12’ DUMP TRAILER • 20 FT. LOWBOY TRAILER • (2) FIRE TRUCKS • HONDA 4 WHEELER • 24’ LAYTON CAMPER • 12’ ENCLOSED TRAILER • SNAP-ON TOOL CHEST • SNAP-ON TOOLS • OLD CASE KNIVES • $5 AND $10 GOLD PIECES • GUNS • GLASSWARE • ROOSTER & HEN • COLLECTION • TOY TRACTORS • COCA-COLA MEMORABILIA PLUS MUCH MUCH MORE.... DORRIS, WEST AND CITY OF RED BOILING SPRINGS PROPERTY ALONG WITH A PORTION OF THE MS. JOHNIE PHILLIPS ESTATE

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27th At 10:00 A.M.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2nd at 9:00 A.M.

(REAL ESTATE TO SELL AT 10:00 A.M.) DIRECTIONS FROM FOUNTAIN RUN, KENTUCKY: Take Hwy. 87 (Akersville Road) toward Akersville to sale site on the right (signs posted). DIRECTIONS FROM LAFAYETTE, TENNESSEE: Take Akersville Road crossing into Kentucky to the Akersville Community with property and sale site on the left (signs posted). REAL ESTATE: 3 bedroom / 1 bath stone house (built 1957, approx. 1128 sq. ft.); living room w/flu for wood stove, kitchen/dining room w/cooking stove and utility room. The home has electric A/C plus spring water with county water available. This is a 1-owner home with a roof that is approx. 5 years old plus the exterior wood is trimmed in vinyl. All of these improvements plus a shop building w/shed positioned on a nice lot (1.75 acres) in the heart of the Akersville Community. The Cook family called this home for many many years. Be a part of history and invest your money in a well built house with an excellent lot in a well known “country community”! MACHINES • ADVERTISING MEMORABILIA: Set of Phillips 66 (Bowser Brand) gas pumps-restored, Mobil dial face gas pump-restored, 5 cent bubble gum machine, 10 cent coke machine, 10 cent vending machine, u-select candy machine, RC drink machine, large coke cooler, Coca-Cola metal sign, 1930’s metal Gulf sign, Prince Albert tobacco print, Rit display rack, advertising thermometer, Packard thermometer, cigarette display,Winston lighted sign, cigarette signs, gulf oil can, Bluegrass scales, Belknap/Bluegrass sign, Lance jar, Sinclair grease barrel, Camel thermometer,Winston clock. ANTIQUES • TOYS • COLLECTABLES: (5) pedal tractors (International, John Deere & other), fire truck pedal car, metal train cars, old metal toys (U.S. Army & others), red wagon, 2 wheel push scooter, pinball games, toy pistols, Smoky Joe toy pistol, Kit Carson toy pistol, toy wagons, Bluegrass reel mower, cast iron kettle, cast iron kitchen utensils, wash board, shoe last, old tractor seat, water pail, 5 gal. milk can, old hand held corn planter, #2 crock, (3) mantle clocks, crock jug, ox yoke, well pulley, old tire pump, parking meter, meat saw, auto harp. MOTORCYCLE: Honda Trail 50 motorcycle. FURNITURE: Philco Radio (floor model), cedar bed w/dresser, old wooden washing machine, flour cabinet, display cabinet, old Magic Chef stove, china hutch, butcher block coffee & end tables, sofa, floor lamp. GUN: 1842-1870 Percussion shot gun. TRAILERS • TOOLS: 5x10 utility trailer, 5x8 Halmark enclosed trailer, primitive tools, shop tools, hand tools, primitive made hay fork plus much much more..... SELLERS: Mr. Jack Cook Estate (Paul Cook, Pete Cook and Lillian Meador) and Mr. Dewel Bullington. TERMS: REAL ESTATE: 20% (non-refundable) deposit down day of sale and balance with the deed. PERSONAL PROPERTY: cash or good check (positive ID required). AGENT: Ben Bray (615) 666-2232. LEAD BASE PAINT DISCLOSURE: The home was constructed before 1978. Any bidder will be permitted during the 10 days prior to the sale to conduct a lead based paint test. Buyer will be required to sign a waiver the day of sale.

DIRECTIONS FROM LAFAYETTE SUPERWAL-MART: Take Hwy. 52 By-Pass traveling west approx. 1 mile to sale site on the right (signs posted). 65 miles NW of Nashville, TN and 45 miles SE of Bowling Green, KY. TOOLS: Snap-On rolling tool chest, Snap-On Tools (rachets, sockets, wrenches, air tools and more), Craftsman tools, power tools, specialty tools plus much much more... TRACTOR: 2009 Massey Ferguson 2615 w/L210 quick attach front end loader; 45 hp diesel, PS, 3 pt. hitch, 102 hours. TRAILERS: 2009 Lawrimore Pro-Series dump trailer (7’x12’), 10½ ton Belshe 20 ft. pendle hitch trailer, 6x12 enclosed trailer. CAMPER: 2995 24’ Layton Camper (bumper pull). CAR • TRUCK • 4 WHEELER: 1967 Plymouth GTX 2 door, 440 engine with A/T (numbers matching); 1994 Ford F250 diesel engine with 5 speed transmission; 1989 Suzuki 4x4, 4 cyl., 5 speed; 1987 Suzuki Samurai 4x4; 1995 Honda 300 4x4 4-wheeler. KNIVES • GUNS • GOLD: (10) old Case knives including (2) 6488’s, (1) 54052 and other dotted knives from the 70’s, (4) 2010 Macon County Club Knives, (1) Bethpage Club Knife, German Creek, Boker and other knives, (3) $5 gold pieces, (1) $10 gold piece, silver dollars,Winchester model 94 Buffalo Bill Commerative 30/30,Winchester Model 1911 12 gauge,Winchester Model 67 22 cal rifle, Remington 300 Ultra Mag Model 700, Remington 32 cal. break action, J. Stevens 410 Model 38A bolt action w/clip, Stevens Model 311 12 ga. double barrel, Revelation Model 100 22 cal. rifle, J.C. Higgins 22 cal. bolt action w/clip, Stevens Model 77B 20 ga., Marlin 1897 22 cal. lever action, Rossi 410 single shot, Mossberg 22 cal. Model 353, Savage Mark II 22 cal. Savage 22 cal. lever action Model 88, Savage Model 311C 20 ga. double barrel, Savage 24D 22/410, Savage 24 22/20, HiStandard double nine 22 cal. pistol w/holster, Iver Johnson 32 cal. pistol, Ruger P89 9mm pistol,Walther P38 9mm pistol, black powder pistol, Connecticut Arms 50 cal. black powder w/scope, (2) Knight 50 cal. black powder, (2) cross bows. FIRE TRUCKS: 1979 Chevrolet C70 fire truck (1 owner), 427 eng. w/5 speed trans., 23k actual miles, FMC fire bed, 1970 American Lafrance, 671 Detroit diesel w/5 speed trans., 36k actual miles. TOY TRACTORS: Set 1/16 Scale Special Edition International Tractors (Sept. 1990 to July 1991; Serial #’s 4620 to 4625), 1466 turbo, 966, 1066 Rops, Hydro 100 Rops, 1566 & 1066 - 5,000,000th tractor. GLASSWARE • COLLECTABLES: Large collection of roosters (approx. 200), large bell collection (approx. 60), collection of glass slippers, cut glass and crystal, Coca-Cola collection and more. MISC.: Road runner heads, 289 Ford engine, Ford C4 trans. w/Hurst shifter, Husqvarna chain saw, John Deere rear tine tiller plus other items. TERMS: Cash or good check (positive ID required). AUCTION AGENT: Ben Bray (615) 666-2232.

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199 FOLLIS ROAD • WESTMORELAND, TENNESSEE

ABSOLUTE AUCTION

MOBILE HOME • 5.22 ACRES (2 TRACTS) • OUTBUILDING • RIDING MOWER • FLAT SCREEN TV • REFRIGERATOR • STACKABLE BOOK CASE • BAKERS RACK • GLIDER ROCKER • PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS.... MR. JACK ROSE AND MS. LOUISE PAYNE PROPERTY

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4th at 10:00 A.M. DIRECTIONS FROM INTERSECTIONOF “NEW” HWY. 52 & HWY. 31 IN WESTMORELAND: Take Hwy. 31 traveling north going thru 4-way stop toward Kentucky, crossing into Kentucky to Oneal Road, right on Oneal Road which changes to Follis Road to property and sale site on the right (signs posted). REAL ESTATE: 5.22 acres with 382.16 feet of road frontage; improved with a mobile home and outbuilding. This property has been surveyed, platted and staked to be sold in (2) tracts. TRACT #4A: 1.38 acres with 194.89 feet of road frontage. This tract is improved with a 2 bedroom/2 bath single wide mobile home (approx. 1080 sq. ft.). The layout continue with a living room, kitchen/dining room, den, utility room, screened porch and covered porch. The home is improved with built-in appliances(cook stove & dishwasher), C/H/A, electric window A/C and spring water. TRACT #4B: 3.84 acres with 187.27 ft. road frontage. This tract lies level to rolling and primarily in woods with a good boundary of marketable timber. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Troy Bilt riding mower (17½ hp 42”), Scotts push spreader, charcoal grill, 14 ft. pipe gate, 15 ft. ladder stand, porch swing, Frigidaire washer & dryer, Hotpoint refrigerator, queen size bed frame, end tables, coffee table, night stand, 5 drawer chest, bakers rack, card table & chairs, consolestereo, sofa, love seat, LG flat screen HD T.V., T.V. stand, DVD player, glider rocker, bookcase, stackable book case, kitchen step stool, microwave, small kitchen appliances, cake stand, stemware, china, silverware, plates, bowls, cookware, clock, pictures, electric fan, HP computer printer and more. TERMS: REAL ESTATE: 20% (non-refundable deposit) down day of sale and balance with the deed. Please check with Macon Bank & Trust (615) 644-5156 or Citizens Bank at (615) 644-2119 for some super qualified bank terms. Financing arrangements with the bank must be made prior to the auction. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash or good check day of sale (positive ID required). SELLER: Ms. Louise Payne and Mr. Jack Rose. AUCTION AGENT: Ben Bray with Ben Bray Real Estate & Auction, 615-666-2232. REFERRING AGENT: Donnie Cannon with Cannon Realty 615-644-3444.


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