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NONCE OF SPECIAL ELECTION FOR ISSUANCE OF SCHOOL BONDS TO THE VOTERS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT: I, T. A. Lowery, Secretary, do hereby certify that at a regular meet- ing of the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson of the Jefferson County School District, held on January 1L 1966, at which meeting a quorum was presented and acting throughout, an order was made and entered pf record in words and figures as follows: AN ORDER OF TIlE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF JEFFERSON DIRECTING AN ELECTION TO BE HELD FOR YHE PURPOSE OF SUBMITTING TO THE VOTERS OF JEFFER- SON COUNTY ALL QUESTIONS CONNECTED WITH THE CON- TRACTING OF DEBT AND ISSUANCE OF BONDS IN THE PRIN. CIPAL AMOUNT OF $1,710,000 FOR A SCHOOL BUILDING AND IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM. Be it ordered by tile BOard of Education of the County of Jefferson: That it appears to the Board of Education of the County of Jeff- erson and the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson does accordingly find ,that it is necessary that improvements be made in Jefferson County School District as follows: 1. To construct, erect, purchase sites (where needed), furnish and equip new buildings, in the following approximate amounts, as fol- lows: New high school for grades 1 12 for Harpers Ferry - Charles Town areas, approximately $770,000. New elementary building to be centrally located to serve the Kabletown, Rippon, Summit Point and Middleway areas approximately $206,000. New elementary building to serve Harpers Ferry, Bakerton and Millville areas to be located in Harpers Ferry Magisterial District, approximately $238,000. New elementary school to be centrally located to serve the Lee. town, Kearneysville and Shenandoah Junction areas, approximately $206,000. Sub Total $1,420,000. 2. To make additions, to renovate, enlarge, reconstruct, improve and provide additional or replacement furniture and equipment, in the following approximate amotmts, as follows: To convert the present Charles Town Senior High to a Junior high and make additions thereto to service the present Charles Town Junior High attendance area, approximately $148,000. Additions to Ranson Elementary SchooL, approximately $55,000. Additions to Blue Ridge Elementary School, approximately $16,000. Additions to Shepherdstown High School, approximately $71,000. Sub Total $290,000. Total approximate cost $1,710,000 3. That abore amounts, for said improvements, include all engineering and inspection costs, the cost of issuance and sale of bonds, the cost of acquiring necessary lands, sites and rights-of-way therefor:, and such other costs as may be necessary or properly In- curred in carrying out the foregoing purpose or purposes. 4. That the funds derived from current levies, applicable to mak- ing said improvements, which this body Is now authorized by law to lay, after Imwlding for the administration of the affairs of said Board of Education of the County of Jefferson and meeting the cur- rent expenses thereof, as required by law, are insufficient to make said improvements, and that, therefore, bonds should be issued to provide funds for such purposes. 5. That it appears to the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson and the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson does accordingly find. that the valuation of the taxable property in the Jefferson County School District as shown by the last assessment thereof for state ami county taxation purposes is $44,065,655; and that the valuation Of each class of property therein is as follows: Class I $ 4,756,475 Class 11 $I5,848J~65 Class III $15,676,255 Class IV 6. That tile, bounded tluie said Jefferson County School District is $491,000 outstanding for School Improvements Bonds Issued July 1, 1955 and that therefore, bonds in the sum of $1,710,000 may be issued wltliout exceeding any constitutional or statutory limitations and the only other Indebtedness, of said School District, is for current expenses, which can be paid from current levy funds. 7. That bonds Nos. I to 342, inclusive, for $5,000 each, aggregat- ing $1,710,000 be issued and sold, the proceeds of which shall be used only for the improvements hereinahov set forth; provided, however, that the Board in its discretion may allocate to and expend for any one or more of said projects any sums remaining unused upon com. pletion of any Of such projects; and provided further that in the event that any part 'of the bond proceeds should not be needed for com. pletion of all such projects as hereinabove and hereinafter provided, such unneeded part shall be deposited With the Sinking Fund Com. mission of West Virginia to be used for purelmse o! any bonds out- standing issued hereunder at not more than the par value thereof plus accrued interest or for the payment of such bonds and the interest thereon at the maturities thereof. The proceeds of sale of bonds will hot be used eieept as herein specified and provided. 8. That said bonds shall bear interest at a rate not exceeding four per eentula per annum, payable Semiannually and be payable from one to twenty years from their date; and that the maturities of each series of said bonds shall be as follows: Bonds In the amount of $55,000, due and payable one year after date. Bonds in the amount of $60,@00, due and payahle two years after date, Bonds the amount of $65 000, due and payable three years after date. .. Bonds in the amount of $65,000, due and paYable four years after date. Bonds the amount of $70,00 , due and payable five years after date. Bonds in, amount of $70,000, due and payable six years after date. Bonds tile of $75,000, due mid payable seven years after date. . . Bonds in the amount of $75,000, due and payable eight years after date. Bonds In the amount of $80,000, due and payable ni e years after date. ' .... Bonds in tke amount of $60,000, due and payable ten years after date. Bonds in the amount of $85,000, due and payable eleven years after date. ..Bonds ta the amount of $85,000, dee and payable twelve years after date. ' ....... Bonds in anumnt of $ i,000, due and payable tklrteen years after date Bonds In the am0mitof $95 000, due and payable fourteen years after date. - . Bonds hi an upt, of $10 000, due and payable fifteen years after date. Bonds in the amount of $105,000. due and payable sixteen years after date. Bonds la the amount of $110,0N, due and payable seventeen years after date. Boa fine amount $110 0, due and payable eighteen years after date. Bol ds in the amomtt $115,000, due and payable nineteen years after date, Bonds in the Usmm4[ of $115,000, ~ and payable twenty years a~ter date. It ts all. other that m am ated as that t Spodal Elt tlon he Item in Jefferson 8th day ell March, 1966. for the purpose lneurring the debt and issuing said CHARLES TOWN DISTRICT Precihct No. 1 -Shen~ndo~th Jtinttton. Shenandoah Jnnetion School Commissioners - James Blue, Abner Hockensmith and Gladys Snyder Clerks. Bertha Leith and Naomi Benner. Precinct No. 2. Charles Town - Court House Commissioners - Nellie V. Clark, Mamie Ha]m and Harriet Taylor Clerks - Elizabeth Ingram and Betty Clopper. Precinct No. 3 - Charles Town - Citizen's Fire Hall Commissioners. F. B. Wysong, Bessie I. Bell and E, M. Dandridge Clerks. Cora Foster and Addle Green. Precinct No. 4. Charles Town - Wright Denny School" Commissioners. Edna Roper, Mary E. Grimes and Lucille Berry Clerks - Anna J. Everhart and Henry W. Weller. Precinct No. 5. Charles Town - Junior High School Commissioners - Delcia Swartz, Emma Bane and Virginia E. Metz Clerks - Kathleen Riddleberger and Beulah Goode. Precinct No. 6 - Mt. Mission - Blue Ridge School Commissioners. Harold Fritts, Carl Wiley and Hazelteen Dailey Clerks. Charlotte D. Ott and Gertude Heldrick. Precinct No. 7 - Ranson - New Elementary School Commissioners - Mary M. Dunaway, Helen M. Slusher and Kathleen Viands Clerks . Elizabeth Hinton and June R. Willingham. Precinct No. 8 - Charles Town .Senior High School Commissioners. Doris M. Cline, Ruth Morison and Mabel Cain Clerks. Elizabeth Brenneman and Marguerite S. Beeg. Precinct No. 9 - Charles Town. Independent Fire Hall Commissioners . Kenna Knott Travell, Lacey Bailey and Nellie Riley Clerks. Elizabeth Riddleberger and Ruth Shaffer. Precinct No. 10 - Ranson - Old Elementary School. 5th Avenue Commissioners . Katie Jenkins, Elizabeth Jenkins and Pauline Robinson Clerks - Lillian Hough and Elva Lancaster. HARPERS FERRY DISTRICT Precinct No. 12 - Bakerton. Bakerton School Commissioners . Juanlta Horn, Anna M. Hetzel and Ethel Watson Clerks. Julia Rowland and Isabel K. Flanagan. Precinct No. 13 - tlalltown - Basement, HaHtown Presbyterian Church Commissioners - Roxie Watson, Virginia M. Gray an dClifton E. Haines Clerks. Elizabeth Love and Cora ont. Precinct No. 14 - Harpers Ferry - Harpers Ferry Graded School Commissioners . Alley G. Rissler, Eleanor J. White and Dorothy Reed. Clerks. Virginia Moler and B. M. Dennis. Precinct No. 15 - Bolivar. High School Commissioners . C. M. Trundle, Hazel F. Eggborn and Annie L. Mauzy Clerks - Margery Wilt and Geraldine Willis. Precinct No. 16 - Millville - Millville School Commissioners - B. W. Hoffman. T. E. Lake and Maude Milton Clerks - Geraldine Rice and Mamie Wiltshlre. KABLETOWN DISTRICT Precinct No. 20 Kabletown. Kabletown School Commissioners . Kathleen C. Hughes, HoWard O. Bush and Mar- iann Smallwood Clerks - Mary F. Hough and Virginia H. Clipp. Precinct No. 21 - Rlppon - Rippon School Commissioners . Caleb F. Burns, Mary R. Wilt and Mary R. Smith Clerks - Helen R. Coulter and Ethel H. Chapman. Precinct No. 22 - Summit Point. Summit Point School Commissioners - Mary W. Hinton, Frances Hott and Elizabeth Crim Clerks. Shirley Macoughtry and Betty Crane. MIDDLEWAY DISTRICT Precinct No. 25 - Middleway. Mlddleway School Commissioners . Holmes D. White. Reva J. Smith and Mary M. Hardesty ~ks - Roy J. Lambert and MabeT'Durst. Precinct No.~ 26 - Leetown . Leetown School Commissioners - Taylor Winkler, Mary B. Furr and Margaret B. Gardiner Clerks. Ruth B. Locke and Emily M. Bell. Precinct No. 27. Kearneysville Kearueysville School Commissioners . IL H. Benner, Norval Johnston, Sr. and Elmer Vlckers Clerks. Kathleen Miller and Fannie C. Boyd. SHEPHERDSTOWN DISTRICT Precinct No. 31 - Duffieids. Elk Branch Church Academy Commissioners . Adam Link, Jr., Evelyn Hendricks and Lula V. Catrow Clerks - Jane J. Jones and Mary F. Hockman. Precinct No. 32 - M01ers Cross Roads - F. M. Donley Residence Commissioners - Charlotte Koontz, Vernice H. Morgan and Lilllan Staley Clerks - Lillian Moler and Richard S. Renaud, Precinct No. 33 - Shepherdstown . War Memorial Building Commissioners Mildred S. Rhodes, Yolande Gehri and Reva White Clerks. Zuia Knode and John W. Harris. PrecinCt No. 34 . Shepherdstown . Old Grade School, FrOnt Door Commissioners. Laird Marshall, Alice B. Strider and Sarah Tennant Clerks - Louise T. Rentch and Jean V. Ambrose. Precinct No. 35 . Shepherdstown Old Grade School Back Door Commissioners . Clara D. Banks, Russell White and Newt Wash- lngton Clerks- Sarah Snyder and Elizabeth V. Parkinson. 9. That the registration of voters and the use of the registratlou books Shall be governed by the permanent registration law of the state and the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson hereby ~dopts the registration list of Jefferson County as amended and co~ according to law as the official registration llst of sald lefferson Connty School District for this election. 10. The form of ballot for such election Shah be as follows: THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF JEFFERSON OFFICIAL BOND BALLOT MAR~H 8, 1966 Shall the Board of Education Of the County of Jefferson incur debt and issue bonds in the amount of $I,710,000, to run not more than years from the date thereof, with interest not exceeding the rate of four per centum per annum, for the purpose of. L To construct, erect, purchase sites (where needed), furnish and equip new buildings, in the following approximate amounts, as ~ollows: New high school for grades 10-12 for Harpers Ferry - Charles Town areas, approximately $770J 0 New elementary building to be centrally lo~ated to serve Kahle- tow ,Rippon, Summit Point and Middleway areas, approximately $206,00 New elementary building to serve the Harpers Ferry, Bakerton and lillville areas to be located in Harpers Ferry Magisterial District, approximately $238,00~ New elementary school to be centrally located to serve the Lee- ' own, Kearueysville and Shenandoah Junction areas, approximately $206,000 Sub Total following approximate amounts, as follows: TO convert the present Charles Town Senior High to a Junior high and maine add/ti ns thereto to servlee the present Charles Towa Junior High attendanee area, approximately $148,000 Additions to Ranson Elementary School approximately $ 55,000 Additions to Blue Ridge Elementary School, approximately $16,0q Addttiems to Shepherdstown High School, approximately $ 71,000 gesville High Eagles Friday night at Hedgesville, and they ran into such a barrage of Eagle field goals they never had a chance. The result, they dropped a decis- ive one-sided 97-54 decision to the Eagles. The Cardinals were ,no match for the torris 62-percent shooting pace the Eagles came up with. And by the end of the first per- iod they knew they were in real trouble. Hedgesville's boys quick ly moved into a wide 27-8 first period lead and by halftime had broken the game so wide open with 17 points each. The win was l the 10 of the season for Hedges- ville as against four defeats and it was their seventh in Bi-State play as against four defeats. 20 - 21 . 22 Kidrick was the top scorer for Forty wagon loads of liquor Trounce Shepherdstown with 14 points, are being sent to Denver for In the preliminary game Hed-thirsty miners who want it for ------- gesville gave the Eagle fans some the long hard winter months The Shepherdstown High Card- thing to cheer about in the first inals invaded the lair of the Hed- half of the doubleheader attract- ahead. A troop of U.S. cavalry is ion, by scoring a 63-28 victory over the Shepherdstown Jayvees. The defeat was the llth for Shepherdstown this season as against one victory, it and the miners are insuring its delivery. The forces on the field come to grips during a sandstorm, breaking loose in a mad, funny battle where no one is hot. When the sand subsides, the firewater flows freely, and even the mili- tant leader of the temperance la- dies imbibes, for medicinal pur- By Kant Lane, Mgr. )oses. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1966 "RETURN FORM THE Showing Wed - Thur., Thrilling intrigue )ense are tied together mate murder to make thi~ citing entry of interest to adults, who will best ciate the basic romantic tions, the villainy, the murders, etc. It's aged by J. Lee Thom has an impressive record type of fare. Charles Washington Theatre PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION with a 55-22 lead, the Cardinals never did have a chance to come OF WEST VIRGINIA back. "HAVING A WILD WEEKEND" CHARLESTON Although Shepherdstown did Showing Friday . Saturday, Feb. not permit the Eagles to monopo- 18. 19 Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST lize the boards, they could not combat the 40 for 65 shots which Another in the series of "spe- GINIA~ at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 7th the Eagles hit on from the floor, cials" for teens, this entry speaks February, 1966. Even in the early stages of the se their language, which is a unique CASE NO. 6209 eond half by Hedgesville's coach one, and the gals and guys cavort GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF on the beach as usual. Stars the THE SOUTHEAST, a corporation Charlie Spencer sent his reser- ves into the battle, the Eagles Dave Clark 5. Also showing on In the matter of establishing the same program, "FFBI CODE kept on scoring. The result was 98" rates for suburban services. that 10 Hedgesville players fig- starring Jack "Maverick" WHEREAS, on~ the 7th day of January, 1966, General ured in the scoring, six of them Kelly. Company of the Southeast. a corporation, filed Original Sheet in double figures. Fink and Shickle were the lead- "THE HALLELUJAH TRAIL" Main Station Rate Schedule - Bluefield Area. and Original 5, Main Station Rate Schedule Panhandle Area. to its Tariff P. t ers in the scoring for Hedgesville Showing Sun. - Men. - Tue., Feb. W. Va. No. 2 - Local Exchange Tariff, which summarize local rates already approved and to establish rates for suburban I I YES which will be offered as a replacement for multi-party facilities become available, issued January 5, 1966, to become tve February 11, 1966, in the entire territory served by it. ] [ NO IT IS ORDERED that General Telephone Company Of the east be, and it hereby Is, made respondent to this proceeding NOTICE TO VOTERS: To vote in favor of the proposition sub- pending investigation, hearing and decision there on, the mitted on this ballot place an X mark in the square before the word Tariff Sheets issued January 5, 1966, effective February 11, "Yes." To vote agalnst It, place a similar mark before the word "No." and they hereby are. suspended and the use of the aforesaid 11. That the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson be, Sheets deferred until the llth day of June, 1966. unless and is hereby authorized to lay annually upon the assessed valuation ordered by the Commission, to provide time for its staff to of all taxable property within said Jefferson County, a levy sufficient study and report concerning the matters involved herein. to provide funds for the payment of the annual interest upon sald WHEREAS. by order entered herein on the 31st day of bonds, as it accrues semiannually, and the principal the~reof at matur- 1066, this matter was set for hearing to be held on the 16th ity; for which purpose a levy upon each hundred dollars valuation, March, 1966; and, based upon the last assessments of said property for state and eonnty WHEREAS, counsel for the respondent, General purposes, will be required as follows: pony of the Southeast. has requested that this matter be a later date and stating that publication was not made In Upon Class I property, approximately 10 cents with the aforesaid order of the 31st day of January. Upon Class II property, approximately 20 cents UPOn consideration whereof, the Commission is of the opinion UPOn Class III property, approximately 40 cents the hearing scheduled for the 16th day of March, 1966~ Upon Class IV property, approximately 40 cents continued u tll the 28th day of March, 1966. In the laying of said levy, the assessment levy authorized to be laid IT IS ORDERED that the hearing heretofore scheduled for by the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson by the Consti- 16th day of March. 1966 be and it hereby is continued, and tution of West Virginia and the statutes enacted pursuant Utereto matters involved therein set for hearing as hereinafter re, shall not be exceeded: Provided, however, that said rates i~ereinabove IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this proceeding be. and it set forth: may whenever necessary be exceeded in making the annual is, set for hearing to be held in the Commission's Hearing levy for interest and principal of said bonds within statutory and the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 28th day of March, constitutional limitations; and that In the levy, collection and dis- at ten o'clock a. m., Eastern Standard Time, at which time bursements of taxes within constitutional and statutory limitations ] the respondent shall appear to offer evidence in support of this levy for interest and principal shall have preference over all ]mentioned Tariff Sheets, and anyone may appear and make other taxes eoll~tea by said Board of Education of the County of- objection thereto as may be @emed proper. Jefferson for any purpose whatever, except the p ty ent of interest IT IS FIYRTHER ORDEItED that the respondent, General and sinking fund requirements on bond issue or issues which here- phone Company of the Southeast, give notice of the filing of t fore have laWfully been authorized or which hereafter may be Original Sheets Nos. 4 and 5, to its Tariff P. S. C. W. Va. No. of the time and place of hearing thereon, by posting a copy lawfully authorized, applicable tariff sheet at each of its exchanges for a period 12. If the debt represented by this bond any issue shah be up- least 30 days prior to the 28th day of March, 1966, for public proved by the voters, such bonds together with all existing, bonded ion and by publishing a copy of this order once each week for indebtedness heretofore incurred by Section I, Article X of the Cons- l (2) successive weeks, the first publication to be made at least 32 i titution, will not exceed in the aggregate five per eentum of the] prior to the 28th day of March. 1966, in some newspaper of taxable property in the Jefferson County School District ascertained circulation in the entire territory served by it, making due in accordance with Sections 8 and 10, Article X of the Constitution thereof on or before the day of hearing. A Copy. of this State, and will be payable from a direct annual tax levied and collected in each year on all taxable property in said Jefferson County School District, sufficient to pay the principal and interest maturing on said bonds in each year, together with any deficiencies for prior years, within, and not exceed.ing thirty.four years which tax levies will be laid separate and apart from and in addition to the maximum rates provided for tax levies for school districts on the several classes of property in Section L Article X of the Constitution, but in the same proportions as such maximum rates are levied on the several classes of property; and said tax will be levied outside the limits fixed by Section I, Article X of the Constitution. 13. That if the debt and bends submitted to the voters shall be approved by virtue of Section 8, Article X of the Constitution, known as the "School Bond Amendment," and Section 10, Article X of the Constitution, known as the "Better Schools Amendment," and the enabling legislation enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia, Regular Session, 1951, amending ahd reenacting Sections 3 and 4, Article 1, Chapter 13 of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, and the enabling Legislation enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia, Regular Session, 1959, amending and reenacting Section 4 and adding Section 34. Article 1, Chapter 13 of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, the levies hereinafter provided will net violate any constitutional or statutory provisions of this State estalflishll~g maximum levies; that said levies herein provided shall be levied and allocated each Feb. 17-2-t. year for the purpose of discharging the interest and principal of the bbnds to be authorized, and for such purposes shah be laid separate and apart from all other levies made for all other purposes of the Jefferson County School District, and that the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson does further find that after laying and allocating said special levies for payment of bond prinel~l and inter. est requirements of said bonds, there WIll be out of the levies author- iztd by law a~d apportioned for current expgnses a s~fficient levy authorized by law. which when added to other income, Will be suite, lent to carry on the proper requisite functions of said Beard and of said JeffersOn County School District. 14. The Secretary of the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson is hereby authorized nnfl directed to l/r6ure and furnish to the election Commissioners at each Voting precinct, insofar as praetieal, the ball0ts, poll books, tally sheets ~nd other things access- ary for conducting the election as provided by Section 11, Article 1, Chapter 13 of the Offieiai Code of West Virginia, and perform all duties imposed by law upon elerks of the Circuit Courts in relation to general elections, insofar as practical, and, in accordance with Section 13. Article 1, of said Chapter 13, the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson shah canvass the election returns. 15. It is further ordered that notice calling such election shall be $1,420,000 given by the publication of this order at least onee eaeh week for P lt.] a-2"m, To make additions, to renovate, enlarge, reconstruct, lm rove four suecossive weeks prior to the date of the election in the Spirit provide additional or replace furniture and equipment, in filetof Jefferson - Advocate and The Independent, two newspapers of different politics published in the Jefferson County School District; and further that notice shall also be given by posting printed copies of this order at the front door of the meeting place of the Board of Education of the Cotmty ef Jefferson, and at each voting precinct at which the election is to be held at least ten days before the election. properly connected therewith; and] Sub Total $290,000 for each of the legalIy established ] TOtal approximate cost $1,710, 00 for helding said election .beand and.levy taxe sufficient to pay interest on, and the principal of such [ bond Given wader nty hand this 3rd day of February, 19#8. The Board of Education of the COunty of Jefferson LOWELL H. HETZEL, Vice President Atte T, LOW]gitY, Seczetaty Feb. 3.5t. Teste: Charles P. FOR YOUR HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 Discontinuing our farming operations on the David H farm, Which we purchased in 1965 with maehinery, dairy and equipment, we will sell machinery from these Marker ltd., in Locust Valley, 5~ mi. SW. Middletown, lck County, Md. on: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1966 AT 12:00 NOON, TO.WIT: John Deere Diesel R tractor, John Deere Model G John Deere Model 40 tractor, John Deere Model A tractor, tivators, 2 John Deere hay conditioners, same model; and lowing all John Deere machinery: 2 Model 1119 self silage wagons, Model 953 farm wagon with flat bed, 3 fiat wagons, dual Urc power dump wagon, 3 wire tie balers, for grain or bale with motors, small dual tire dump truck ch0pp~, manure spreader, cultipacker, 7 ft. mowers, 2 tooth harrows, PTO manure spreader, 2 sets 3 bottom plows, silage blower and pipe, offset and heavy duty harrows, tractor blade, 4 bottom disc plows, 4 bottom 16" side rakes, 3 bottom pull type rubbertire plows, wood saw, comi ressor, welder, shop tools, 4 row mounted corn rubber tire disc drill, other items. N. H. bale loader, mixer, saw mill stone crusher, etc., complete machinery two large farm operations. Note---In addition to tractors, et above listed, the remai i tractors, lt anure spreader, loader, 'etc. Will be sold March when dairy herd will sell. TERMS--CASH on day of sale. Not responsible for accidettt& Richard P. Moran, Owners J. Russell Allnutt EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer H. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk Lunch Rights Reserved Feb.