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I: i ,~.~4RS~ AGO---194g land they were married in Phil., f~,~t sweeperis ordered Pa. ~ COntributions still com [home on East Washington Street; [~{inal reports from sev* ] Harry B. Baker ret.ired brick mas- ' '" 'n ~e Count , on and builder at his home East ] MARRIED Janet Pearl Miley dau ~lhtds for infantile Par- ].ghter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Miley ~d~t4on in Jefferson [became the bride of Mr. Garland in over $275 .0. ]Francis Snyder, son of Mr. and .~Lnd girls in the Wrigh~e ] Mrs. J. A. Snyder of Shenandoah :L~V~ol this week chose ,t e E Junction, W. Va. for [the hn-I 20 YEARS~ --- 1938 I in the big Springs ~,Y POpular vote Tommy'~ The temperatures;, in Charles 'i~"~l Peggy Jenkins were ~gistered 70 degrees. Fruit men I~ anti queen respective'Twn n Sunday, Feb. 19, 1939 re- ~?a~enr~,n Furniture Co.,Ireprted[ are swelling.tha~t buds on apple .trees ~,~llounced their Grand[ DIED:At his home in :the Bill- t~tle for Saturday, Feb. [myer Mill section, William Albert r [Turner; a~ the home of her sister, lions to ,two of ou [ Mrs. C. J. Moore, in Pikesville, Md. :ends, Mr. and Mrs. [Miss Fannie Hurst, native of Jeff- s on their 30th wed- [erson County; ~n a Martinsburg ~ry which occurred [hospital, 'Mrs. Jennie T. Unger, ~bruary 23. Mrs, Wil |wife of J. W. Unger of Leetown; at ormer Miss Dorothy Ibis home near Bakerton, Alberta Collingswood N. J. A. Lwmon. ~v~iss Virginia Eby of Charles 50 YEARS AGO -- 1908 Town and Mr. Lewis G. Albin o~[ MARIED:ln Baltimore, George Rippon were married in Warren- ]Baulmbaum, a merchant of Char- ton, N. C. ,by the Rev. Mr. Long/lea Town had Miss Rosa Roths- pastor of Vhe Methodist Church. ]'child of .that city; in Charles Max Derr, Science teacher at~Town by the Rev. J. H. Wolff, the Charles Town High School, !Thomas E. I~odeffer of near Char- planning ~bo begin a lumber and lea Town and M~ss Alice Flora farming im,plemen~t "bu.siness in Cole of Harpers Ferry; in Wash- Shepherdstown early in March. :Snatch Joseph Chriswell Duke for Real Estate Transfers: Robert merly of this county and Miss T. and Mary Browse to Robert T. M, ary Gray Petrie of Washin:g~on. Bly, unimproved lot on S. Church . Mrs. Margaret J. Moore, wife of St at the corner of lV~ason Hun- james V. Moore aiea ~t her home ~er' Addition to Charles Town;near Bakerton; a~ her home near "Wnodland" the Daniel Bush farm Carlisle, Pa., Amanda Boyd, wife containing 71 A., 1V2 miles north- of Samuel J. BoFd, for~nerly of west of Charles Town ,to Theo near Charms Town; at ~he home IAtti~t~n of '-[he chanty- 'of his daughter Mrs. W~lliam -'- - .......... K~ahn in Charles Town David 165 members and guests attend- We~l ed the annua,1 Yokefellows ban-" " quet. S. R. Stone was president of! =m==~ =m the class and guest speaker for the: ~[ ~i~~|||~ event was Claude O. Meckley of Illl~l~llllil/~illll'lll" Hanover, Pa. W. J. Young 'who or ,~ ,,, n ~ " ~ ""-W--"- ganized the or,iginal Bible class ~Y ~vlrS. ttooer~ ~ralm m~ spoke briefly, Dr. G. G. Sydnor ... . ~ . . . led the group in singing, vexerreu vrom Last week ------- The wedding of Miss Elfrieda 30 YEARS ~GO ~ 1928 Frances Dodge daughter of Mr. r,~,~rlos ,,T~ft,,, ~xr~.~,;~ ,, ~ Joseph W. Dodge and .the .lwte . "~ .... _ 2-2.V ~.. ".'"'~._~" ~Y~" ,Mrs. Lil,lian Morel,and Dodge PineI ~own ann rmss uor~'na "rearrlng c,.~,,,~o v~ ~,~ 2~n ~l.~.~' Pot- of CoHingswood, N. J. were mar- ,~evfi'elcl fI'II"son~oF'iVI'r.~and Mrs. i tied in Phila., Pa. Milton 'Por~erfieid, Wa~ SpringsI H ,y~man Viener, who has been in Road Hedgesville scoured Friday] the ~un~ ann me~al business ~n evening February 20 a~ 7:30] Ch,arles Town for some years has o'clock-in ~he Kearneysville Pres-I ~aKen two of his sons, Harry ann byterian Church. The Reverend Joe into partnership with him. Paul Curvey of Shei~herdstownl m " - -- The na e of the new f~rm is Hy- perform ~ the nu~ptials. Miss Mary man wener and Sons. Hartzell Dol~bins sang "O, Promise Mrs. Virginia L. Fellers, widow Me", "Because" and "When You of Randol~ph Fellers died at :her Walk Through a Storm" ,accom- home in Ransom partied by Miss Rachel :Snyder, Monday of this week was obser- both former teachers of Miss Dod- red as liquor pouring day by ge. The bride wore a white" nylon coun, ty officials. Sheriff Moler and .lace gown, ballerina length and Deputy Sheriff Ramey and Police- carried a white orchid wi*~h white man Warren Shepherd were mas- roses on a w~hite leather Bible. Her ter of ceremonies. 35 gallons, that .maid of honor, Miss Virginia had been aoculuaing at ~the jail Creamer wore roYal blue ~affeta from ,time ~o time, having been ob and carried a nosegay of red rose rained in raids, in the county were buds. Charles Porterfleld, broker disposed of. of the groom served as best man. All but .a small part of the funds Ushers were Mr. Carlton Swartz needed .for ,the instalaltion of a Leetown, and David Portenfield, Whi~e Way for the business por- Hagvrstown, another brother. A re rtion of Charles Town's Main St., ception was held in ,the educwtion have become assured, al building of Vhe church directly A heavy snow 12 inches deep following the ceremony. ,Mrs. GiN descended upon Charles Town and bert Creamer and Mrs. Fred Hos- Jefferson Countythis week. feld, Shenandoah Junction were in Charge with Mrs. CharIes Darr, Adapted Varieties 40 YEARS AGO'-- 1918 Round HHI, Vs. sister of the bride serving ~he wedding cake. Mrs. * Tree to VlrieW hisDIED:home COl.nearWilliam~shepherdstown;Morgan atj. David Porterfield, s~ster-in-law o.f I. the groom was at Vhe punch bowl. D. Chambers, n~atlve of Harpers i Mrs' Robert Brai;thw~ite, Hall.town : ~ ~re~ted ~Or Disease Ferry, died ~n Kansas City, Ms. niece of the bride :had the guest ii: * High in Gemination Invitations were issued .to the ,book. Miss Dodge is a gradua~te of marriage of W. Edgar Leedy :to Shepherdstown High School, Shep E, Pm.edv Cleaned Miss Beatrice Ellen Beavers, ,both herdstown, el,ass of '57 'and has of this county, been employed wi.th the U. S. In- r ~ Dealers were paying cash .for formation Agency under the bran hides the resuE being that many h of the Department of Health, homeless oats mysteriously disap- Education and Welfare, Washing- ~!~::~:..~i~:~::t~.:.:~:'~..~*..'~.~..*..:~~~.~i:igi pared from the places ,that once .ton, D. C. for the Cast eighteen ..-.: :: .: .: ~:'..::. ~ ~ :.,.: ~: ~.~ (~:: ~:.~ ' 'q{: ' " }~.i: knew them. The cat rifle in the months. Mrs. Porterf/eld is a grad : hands ~f small boys is said to be uate of Hedgesville High School, responsible. Hedgesville .and is in business wi~Vh THE A hailstorm with vivid lightn- ,his father in the Porterfield Or- SOU RN STATES in g and heavy t!hunder ,passed .chards, 1no. Mr. PorteNield's par- over the county on St. Valentine's ents entertained ~he wedding par Charles Town Cooperative Day. Generating machinery in the ty ~fter rehearsal on "thursday power ,plant of the Northern Vir- night. She was given inre[marriage PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA, ginia Power Co. on ,the Northern by her brother-in-law and sister Virgins Power Co. on the Sh doa h River was damaged. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer. Mrs. Dorothy Burnett returned " -~ome Friday after being a pxtient ~ I W N D~O ~ ~ ~ ~ ~n the Charles Town General Hos l~anson. FAMILY ,Miss Arlene Zinn, s,tudent nurse ,at ,the King's Daughters Hoxpibal ,Martinsburg returned ,home Sun- ~lay from Philadelphia, Pa. where she ,had been 'training and spent i~g Yes, this Reliable phar- the weekend with her mother Mrs. Dorcas Zinn. Another daughter a~. ~q Rentedat Our Farm and Discontinuing 'Farming, I macy is dedicated to the Blanche of Wasi~ington, D. C. |--~ll~ ;| ~Outh ofCherrYWilliamsportHill Farm(Md.)l-mileBridge,NOrthon Routef Marlox, e,ll, on service of your household,mother.Spent a day last week with .her [ {SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1959 youCallmayn USneedfOrinany~h/ng ~Miss Virginia Creamer of Wash . ~EGINNING AT I0" OO'CLOCK A. M. "'~''~'~ "~ ~'"~'''~'"'" drugs or ~'~ MACHINERY sundries. And do be sure To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Paul E. I~: F~erR~GUSON TRACTORS in good condition with good to bring us your Doctor's :Miller, Sr., deceased. i,~. ~r guson cultivator with fertilizer attachment; Fer-prescriptions. You'll value ~ All persons having claims a- Igainst the estate of Paul E. l il~; Fl~e harrow (7-ft. pick-up type); 2-2-12 in Ferguson our expert compounding IMiller, Sr. deceased, whether due |~'~l,; ~erguson harrow, 8-ft. pick-up type; Ferguson.mower, or not, are notified to exhibit the i~,~l_lt~'-'-~'erguson side rake, on rubber; Ferguson fertilizer and our fair prices, same, with vouchers thereof, le- |tl~ ~r, on rubber, pick-up type; Ferguson manure loader gully verified, to the undersigned, h~"eket; Ferguson rear-end grader; Ferguson dump-bed NICHOLS.*- STUCK at my office in the Citizens Office lbt. Building, Charles Town,West "~|~, Ia:~Ok'up;'^ Ferguson tractor jack, Ferguson tractor pu}- Virginia on or before the 18th |t a,l~t~~ternatlnal 13-7 tractor drill on rubber (metal box); P H h R M A u I S T S day of Aug., 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all |,.~k,~;*~hal corn planter with fertilizer attachment, 3-pt. Phone 173 benefit of said estate. All bene- |~ W4'~ International manure spreader on rubber; rubber ficlaries of said estate are notified --- m|~n; 7-ft. pulverizer, Sears-Roebuck elevator on rub- Charles Town, W. Va. to be present on said date to pro- electric hole ho feeder 4 hole ho |~t, 2 " " motor, 26-ft.; 8- g , . g feet t~ir interests. 7 hole hog feeder, hog waterer wxth electric heatm ~|~"t; " " g Calvert under my ,hand this 17th oeooeoesesee ds, y of February, 1959. |~, ~ tractor radio, tractor umbrella, heating cab for true- L. C, BRISCOE |~ ~.[' hammers, grease gun, lot of tools, platform ~eales, Commissionercounty offJeffersonACcunts articles too numerous to mention. Other Feb, 19-3T- i t% F E E D NOTICE TO CREDITORS. , o, 400 "II I II ;ll;' Juries of ~the Estate of Russell P. rden MISCELLANEOUS oler,All persons deceased. having claims a- |~,; ~ Tractor, 3 H. P. with motor, sulky, and cul- D~lil~CPper Kettles (10-gal.); 22-in. Lawn Mower with gainst the estate of Russell P. [t 'Ill! Moler, deceased, whether due I~-{k-;,'Utor; 16-in. Electric Lawn Mower; Wheelbarrow, {I Ill I or not, are notified to exhibit the I~ll~, ~}'YWood Boat, new; 3 H. P. Motor Boat Motor; Boat same with vouchers thereof, le- I,~t%, ~_able Wash Up Tank, Milk Can Hoist; Hot Water ~,. ~;::1~ gaily verified to the undersigned a my office in the Citizens Office a~Ulk L" ~I~~{~'T::kg~arN~e 2C~5 IL~C~I~IEN2 Building, Charles Town, West , Virginia on or before the l th I) d; NS. ELIMINATE THE HOLES day of Aug., 1959; o herwise ,they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- 12.'H io OUSEHOLD GOODS As a homeowner you want ficiaries of said estate are notified tb be sure there are no to be present on said date to pro- liX; n, 3-Piece Living Room Suite; Single Bed and holes in your insurance feet their interests. --'~--~,l;~{""resser' Wash Stand, 5 Bedroom Chairs, 9.x.12 protection. The best way C=dven under my hand this 17th to make sure of sound day of February, 1959. ~-~, , r Rug, 9 x 12 Linoleum Rug, Library Table, 2 End home insurance protection L.C. BRISCOE [~ Sr~all Stands, Rocking -Chair, 2 Drop-Leaf Tables is to get a modern Home- Commissioner of Accounts ~;~CUl~board, Studio Couch, Several Electric Lamps, owners Policy covering fire, theft, water damage, - County of Jefferson ~'~-i~chine with attachments; 2 Electric Clocks, 2 Metal personal liability and Feb. 19-3T- ~ ~talrs, Porch Swing, and Many Other Articles that many other perils. m~---n~i~,h~'~lrs' PorchSwing, and Many Other Articles that W. Berry Grove ----- ll/, ~- Ur~erous to mention. To the Creditors and Benefic- iariesof the Estate of James Her- T R U C K S Agency sell Dailey. deceased. All persons having claims a- ARMY JEEP, 4,900 Actual Mileage. PHONE 216 gainst ,the estate of James Hersell 3/4 TON PICK UP TRUCK with Dalley, deceased, whether due 28,000 actual mileage. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- FORD PANEL TRUCK in excellent condition, gully verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office ~Unday School Class of Harmony Methodist Churdt Building, Charles Town, West: LUnch. Virginia on-or 'before the 18th day of Aug., 1959; ot,herwise *.they Nothing to be removed until settled for. may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- C. E. SIGLER fieiarles of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. tect their interests, Given under my hand this 17th 7-4961 day of February, 1959. ItENSELL, Clerk. L.C. BRISCOE 26, March 5 - 2t. ~m ~J~ m~W ~a Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson ~%'~@~" Feb. 19-3T- ington, D. C. visited ~'he holiday ith please contact me at the above weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gil,bert Creamer. Mrs. Edith Thomas spent ,the weekend in Silver Spring, Md. width her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harding, Mr .and Mrs. ]~rvinHall and Dar- lene Thomas motored to Silver Spring and brought ,Mrs. Thomas back ,with them. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Thoreson and children ~parky and Anna, Alexandria Va. ,were the weekend guests of the formers sister and brot~her-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Creamer and family. Also vis- iting lahem over th.e weekend and last weekend were Mrs. Hubert Costello, Pine, Grove, Va., Mrs. Charles Dart, Round Hill, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Robert'Brai~hwalte and daughterh,t Christina, Hall town. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kees and child- ren Donnle and Joyce Ann, Arden and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Creamer. Arden. Guests ,this past weekend were Mr. and ,Mrs. Francis Lages and children Fritzi and Yvonne, Bal,timore, Md., Barbara Gall Creamer, Mr. ahd ~Irs. Fred Hos- reid, Shenandoah Junction-and Mrs. Richard Brai,bhwaite, Ran- son. Miss Beverly Putman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Put,man .had an accident when she fen and cut her knee. I,t is now in a cast. All of her friends w~sh her a speedy recovery and hope to see her back in school very soon. Mr. and Mrs. George Cox ~and daughter Pamel,a spent Sunday~ evening with Mrs. Cox's father Mr. Leon Upright of Bolivar. Miss Kaye Buhrman spent F~ri day night with ~her classmate Judy Riggleman Shepherdstown. ,- Benny Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laird M~rshall has been on the sick list. A speedy recovery to you. Miss C~trole Files, Martinsburg has viisted for 0he past two week ends wi,th her friend Eleanor Creamer :Sunday, February 22. They motored to Richmond, Va. ,where they viewed the tournament game between Sain~t Benedict and Saint Gertrude. Mr. and Mrs. William Stanley, Martinsburg x, isited with his sis- ter Misses Belle and Lois Stanley and Mrs. Robert Whiting Sunday evening. Miss hindu Lou Creamer is ra,p idly recovering Srom tonsilitis. Mr, and Mrs. John Porter~ield Hedgesville returned home Thurs- day from ,their honeymoon trip ~hrough ~the southern slates. , Clothes Needed Anyone wishing to contribute clothes, money, etc. to the Ken- neth Knott .family which was corn pletely burned ou~t earlier this mon ~D~ To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Bonney Youngbl0od, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Bonney Young blood, deceased whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gaily verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before the 18th day of Aug., 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ,lciarles of said estate are notified, to be present on said date to pro-I tect their interests. Given under my hand this 17th day. of February, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County, W. Va. Feb. 19-3T- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Esta~te of Charles P. Snider, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Charles P. Snider, deceased whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers therenf, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before the 18th day of Aug., 1959; ~therwise ,they may, by law be excluded, from all benefit of said estate All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests Given ~nder my hand this 17th day of February, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. 19-3T- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- mries of the Estate of Harry Dole- man, deceased, All persons having claims a- gainst 'the estate of Harry :Doleman, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, Is- i gully verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before the 18th day of Aug., 1959; otherwise ,they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified~ to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 17th day of February, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. 19-3T- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Linden Fran 'cis Bradley, deceased. All persons having cIaims a- gainst ,the estate of Linden Fran- cis Bradley deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before the 18th day of Aug.. 1959; otherwise ,they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. ~iven under my ,hand this 17th day of February, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. 19-3T- !]ii SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMEI ADVOCATE phone number for information. ITHURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1959 ' 5---B ~o~~_ -- ' ~~,/,~o,,' " REAl Y MI'( l'Ol~l: 1:1: To the Creditors and Benefic- Juries of the Estate of Mary M. ~ ~ Snyder, deceased. CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Mary M. VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Snyder, deceased, whether dueTHORN LUMB COMPAN or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gallv verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Building, Charles Town, West Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 Virginia on or before the 18th day of Aug., 1959; otherwise they ~mm may by law be excluded from all ----- benefit of said estate. All bene- m~ ficiaries of said estate are notified dayteCtt be presen, t on said date to pro-~ivenoftheirFebruary,C~mmiss~nerunderinterests.CountymyL.1959.C.handOfBRISc~EofJeIIers~nAccountsthis 17th Executor's Sale ~ Feb. 19-3T- To settle the estate of the late It. H. McAtee, I w'll sell the following Personal Property at the late farm, located 3- miles West of Berryville, Va., 1-mile Off Route 7 at the To the Creditors and Benefit- Clarke County Motors, on Route 653, on Juries of the Estate of J. Henry Dutrow, deceased. FRIDAY, MARCH 13 ANI) All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of J. Henry SATURDA' , MARCH 14, 1959 Dutrow, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- ORDER OF SALE WILL BEe--Farming Implements on gully verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or be$ore the 18th day of Aug., 1959; otherWiSe ~they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate, All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be presen,t on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 17,th day of February, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County' of Jefferson Feb. 19-3T- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To The Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Louise Cook us White, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst ,the estate of Louise Cook- us White, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, ~o the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles TowrL West Virginia on or before the 18th day of Aug., 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 17,th day of February, 1959. L. C: BRISCOE Commissioner .of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. 19-3T- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Josephine C. Delauter, deceased. All persons having claims a- gains,t the estate of Josephine C. Delauter, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before the 18th day of Aug., 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 17th day of February, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. 19-3T- Model DM.13 Friday, March 13, and Dairy Cattle and Equipment on ~at- urday, March 14, 1959, BEGINNING AT I0:00 A. M. 100 - HEAD DAIRY 'CATTLE - 100 Fourteen Holstein Cows, full flow milk; Guernsey Cow, full flow milk; 25 Holstein and Guernsey Cows, will freshen by day of sale or shortly afterwards; 28 Holstein and Guern- sey Cows, will freshen in June and July; 18 Holstein Heifers. will freshen in April; 7 Holstein Heifers, open; 5 Angus Heifers. open; Angus Bull Calf; Holstein Bull, 2-yrs. oid. All Cattle T. B. and Bangs Tested 30 days prior to sale. DAIRY EQUIPMENT :--Two Milk Coolers, Farm Mas- ter Water Heater, Strainers, McCor.-Deering Milkers with 3 Units and Pipeline for 20 cows; 30 ten gallon milk cans; wash up tank and can rack. 13 HOGS:---Eleven Shoats, 2 Black Sows. 4 HORSES: .... Mare (leader); Mare (strap horse); PAIR OF MULES (leader and strap mule). FARMING IMPLEMENTS TWO FARMALL "H" TRACTORS, Oliver 60 Tractor with cultivator, mower and 2-way Oliver plow; Oliver 90 Tractor, New Holland 66 Hay Baler with mo[or; 32-ft. Sam Mulkey conveyor with gasoline engine; Ontaria 13- 7 disc drill, John Deere tractor manure spreader, wheel rake, used one season; John Deere disc plow, Oliver gang plow, 2 rubber- tired wagons, 3 McCor.-Deering disc harrows, McCor.-Deer- ing corn binder, corn planter, 2 single row corn planters, pulverizer, 2 hammer mills, John Deere Binder, on rubber; lever harrow, 2 McCor.-Deering horse mowers, road drag. side-draft disc harrow, McCor,-Deering riding cultivator, double shovel plows, barshear plow, dump)rake, wheat fan, hog oiler. MISCELLANEOUS Air Compressor/-t'ream separator, 2 water tanks, hog crate, stone crusher, hog feeder, gasoline engine, cutoff saw, roll of American wire, wire streacher, 2 butchering pots, chain saw with post hole digger; drill press, pipe vise, bench vise, forge, screw jack, anvil, 2 jack hammers, cutting box, drill bits, log chains, drums, belts, 3 tarpaulins, lot of harness, tools of all kinds, and articles too numerous to mention. 2 FORD DUMP TRUCKS. Also Remainder of Hay and Corn not used for feeding by day of sale. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. SAM T. McATEE EXECUT01 . W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND. Clerk. Luncheon Rights Reserved. February 26 - 2. ouse Combination Cold Iniector System chills foods and beverages faster . . keeps them better Twin porcelain vegetable crispers Cheese and bu'Acr compartment Handy egg storage in door Concealed hinge lets door open 90 degrees even when side is flush against waft Wcsti n house Telephone 424 North George Street Charles Town, W. Ya. OPEN Every Friday Night---CLOSED Saturday Night