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good butcher steers 22.00 to 24.- er ewes 4.00 to 7.00; stock ewes day.' 00; plain to medium steers 18.00 per head none; Frankie Jackson spent Friday to 21.00; choice butcher heifers Good butcher hogs 18.00 to 18.70 evening with Donnie Laham. none; good butcher heifers 20.00 medium butcher hogs 17.00 to Mr .and Mrs. T. E. Lake spent to 22.00; plain to medium heifers 18.00; heavy butcher hogs 14.00 to [ I several days the past week with 14.00 to 20.00; good bulls 18.50 to 17.00; butcher sows 12.00 to 16.50; I I Mr. Joe Gordon of Edinburg, Va. 22.00; plain to medium bulls 15.00 heavy feeders and light butcherI } Recent Sunday guests of Mr. to 18.00; commercial cows 16.00 hogs 16.00 to 20.00; shoats perI [and Mrs. Clifton Kelican and ram to 18.00; utility cows 15.00 to 16.- hundred 25.00 down down; pigsI lily were Misses Belle Ann and 00; canners ann cutters 15.00 per head 15.00 down; heavy boars[ ]Sarah Ourisman of Purcellville, down; cows by the head up to 10.50 to 11.50; stags 12.00 to 15.00;/ ] Va. 175.00; stocker and feeder steers sows and pigs up to 60.00; stockI J Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. of The Blue20"00 to 25.50; stock heifers and boars 12.00 to 16.00. ] I L. E. Wiltshire were Mrs. Scott Sales at Charies bulls by the head up to 160.00; Miscellaneous sales start 11:00/ IHimes of Pleasant Valley, Md., March 13, 1961. Choice to prime calves 34.00 to A. M..Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M.] J 7 of cows, hogs and cal- 38.0; good butcher calves 30.00 to each Monday. with a good deman~i 34.00; medium butcher calves 25. Spring cattle and calf sale Fri-I [ NOTICE le ho~,~ and veal 00 to 30.00; thin calves 24.00 down day, April 7. Please list your cat-I , [ From Page 6--B of' sale',as prime ~eal heavy calves 20.00 to 30.00; tie soon. [ i[i:::, ~::~: i:!ii [forany such additional parity cows active and high- Blue head grade lambs none; I ~ [bonds shall be semi-annually on red head grade lambs none; Commissions are not paid onI [April 1 and October 1 of each butcher steers none;, lambs med. 14.00 to 16.00; butch- arguments won, but on sales[ ~ [year, and the principal maturties ~-- made. -I o,~,-,v~ ,.m~-v l of any such additional parity PUBLI(: SALE [ ,, ~..... o.~vo..oo.. I bonds shall be on April 1 of the [ 1 MARCH 12-18, 1961 |year in which any such principal [ It PAYS To Buy 1 [ I J is scheduled to become due. The TOM LESSON'S -- [ i [ term "net annual revenues , here I Advertising Specialties I [- m . .,, --- .L .,..... [before used, is hereby defined as . ~ l Easy Selection In Display Room | [ ~[ A K ~ R | [! N [ gross rvenues less operating ex- ] ling Rented My Farm I will sell thereon about 2 miles Nichols BKIg. Charles Town, W. Vs. I Call Collect -- 486, Afte 6, 1132 I [ lJ ~l[ l[ I. II / V I1 J penses which shall include sal- q 6f Frederick, along Route 40, in Frederick County, | "Save W,h a,.. sJo,no.- /By Miss Mar ,aret Houser [aries, wages, cost of maintenance , on 1 I ] - ---- [and operation, materials, supplies WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 196 I --'-- ---" ~ ~ ~" | Mr and Mrs Tanner HouserlpUmping costs, and insurance, as ]and "daughters" of Ha-erstown J well as all other items which are BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. TO-WIT: I ~ '/...lyre. werebrecem" guests- o~; ms-" par' t normally and. regularly included 51 - HEAD oF DAIRY AND | ~ J ents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser J ~nderziPe::tingnt?Xpense~icb[s r~ Sr. and daughter, c g. g g P , ,e BEEF CATTLE - 51 ' [ Mrs Lafe Files and Mrs Naomi I01us,ve of allowances for deprec- I |McBee and dau~,hter of'cherry ~ iation, and the amount of gross ,. n/~-Three are Milk Cows of which all are well bred .~" ~] revenues aforesaid may be ad- Run and Mrs. Bill Sponseller and.. ~il~sWi}lexcept 2be freshGuernseyS'by sale timeElevenand 6werewill freShbe dueininFebru'jdly. /Mr and Mrs. Jack Landau of HarJ !usted for the ,purpose O~n the ~tdis--One is Registered Hereford Poled Bull and other m )pers Ferry were Wednesday [~rne[:~ng+cc~PU~{li~s %~,ineer guests of Mrs. Annie Loudan ant ~'~'~. .... . ~' ~. Matein about I-yeax old. /,ir and Mrs Hardin~ and son I not interested m the mummpal Yearling Heifers, some'Holsteins and some Herefords. I I" V. ~" - "'" " f Mar I waterworks system or better- EIereford Poled Cows of which three axe fresh and others / lwr. ~. T. van ~osen o -/ ....... / insbur~ who visited his son in / hen,s ann ]mprovemems mere~o, freshen in April. , " - ...... t I a" ~" ..... d Mr j ;o as to reflect any revision in ~rd is T.B. ~nd Bangs Accredited ann 3u a~y ~es "m ,aw ann oaugmer Mr. an s. [dharles Dau~hertv and daughters [ he schedule of rates and charges e and look the herd over anytime. I /. ~. - - "" - - ~'e /being imposed at the time of the | Mr John Shirley of Cumber~l issuance at any SUCh aamuona[ FARM MACHINERY AND 1 /last week has remrnea nora . l ........ I. - " ....... "" - "~er in" / parity bonds, or to reflect any in- RY EQUIrMENT | ,,ano, Mo. v,slteo ns .roan - -, .... |law and sister Mr and Mrs W /crease m me revenues vy reason ~iiiall Super C MeCormict~-Deering Tractor with eultl- 1 ] J B Houser on'Friday night'| of the betterments and improve- ~andl2"plows; power takeoff 7-tt. mowerMcC-I)eering; m J i~rs.'Shirley remains ill in the|men:t~ to ~alt:~:e2,ttrheuC~Sttt~ Chalmers Tractor on rubber; New Idea ~tor ma~ure narles Town Hospital. "" .... ~" " " ~ "t ~r; New Idea side delivery rake, Ontario 13 disc power | "~-"~t~ C~. ~ / Mr and Mrs Ernest Houserl ssuance of such add~tmnal par~ y riil; MeC-Deering disc l~rrow, Oliver low down rubber ~ ~)LOCALTRADEMARK$'|~c Wagon, long fiat bed; Century sprayer with two drums; 2 Your burner likes the cam- ! and dau-nter and Miss ~v~a j )ands but such latter adjustment " ~ " 'hall only be made if contracts t~ harrows, 3 spring tooth harrows, clod crusher, power plete combustion our fuel | garet Houser motored to Hager | '. ...... onstruction ole digger for tractor; force rake, 13-inch Papec s}lage oil gives. Your comfort is | ~own, Md. on Saturday and we~ | Ir ~ne iltmme~)~esCch better- ,~r and p~pes; 24-ft. Lavelle grain amd bale conveyor; [ ~aests of their son and daughtez/ '~" ~?~"' ..... ave ,rae corn binder plows, small tools, assured economically. | a-law Mr and Mrs. Tanner Hous| hems anal1 l emprTV2e e n o rior Unit DeLays[ MMKers with pump and motor; dairy hot Just Phone 118. z ..... a:- ters been or p el anu u u~, . . . r heater, Victor 6 can dairy box, coal fired boiler, cans, | Miss Bertie Jones is a ~atient to the ~ssuance of such add~tmnal els, 2 sterilizers, clippers, 700 bales Straw, small tools. . ~" parity bonds ] m the Charles Town General Hos .... : ..... ~I~ger Hammermill, low down rubber tire wagon, Su- | pital ~ecuon 1~. The prowsmns oz grain drill, New Idea manure spreader, 30x48 t~ble ] Mr and Mrs Charles Eaton and this ordinance shall constitute a Weaver 20 ton machine press, rotary hoe, Sa~xten hax- | :amily of Silver Spring, Md. were c~ntr~aCt ?:wtWe:nnd tth: hC~Trs o~ springtooth haxrows, anday guests of his mother Mrs. ~""" ~ " .. disc harrow, 20 disc heavy duty harrow, 3 section spring ] lbert Eaton and sister Misse, he bonds hereto authorized to disc tractor plow, seed sower, New Holland baler, Case ] " ~ ~e issued and after the issuance take-off binder, NeW Idea side rake, ,lime sower, ary Louise and Sandra Eaton. corn planter, John Deere corn binder, power post Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holmes andf any of the bonds no change, dirt scoop, wagon gate unloader, motor unloader Ass Edith Geary of Charles ariation or alteration of any McCormick-Deering milker units, milker pump and :own were guests of Mr. and rind of the provisions of this or- milker pail. Items,in last two paragraphs I am selling ,&rs. Charles Daugherty on Sun- dinance shall be made until such time as all of said bonds issued of my neighbors who have this surplus equipment. FURNITURE:--2 old drop leaf tables, (an- 2 bedroom suites, ,davenport, breakfast suite, other and malty items not listed. i)elong to my son and ha~, ral~ed here on faanm. Not responsible for accidents on premises. JOSEPHUS L. REEDER EDWARD L. REEDER R. BOWLUS & GLENN TROUT, Auctioneers. ALEXANDER, Clerk. bY Ladies of Evangelical U. B. Church of Frederick 16-1t. Farming and Dairying because of my health. E. L, McDONALD, JR, Brooklemd Farm along Liberty-Johnsville Road Route 26 toward Union Bridbe, in Frederick iT~r~land, on A G E N C Y THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961 INSURANCE AND BEGINNING AT 10 :,00 A. M. TO-WIT: -HEAD DAIRY CATTLE - 58 Five are Holstein Milk .Cows, all well bred and good a~ad 25 a~e in first lactation. Thirty have fresh- e~rly December or are now fresh and several Balance in summer and fall and now in full milk. ~eifers about 6 months old. ~est from dairy averages 3.5% B. F. T.B. and Bang's accredited and certified and 30 be run prior to s~le. 1 . RIDING MARE - 1 Years old, sound, gentle and may be In foal. FARM MACHINERY Model 450 Tractor 3-yeaxs old; 3 bat- hitch plows'new. Faxmall Model 200 Tractor with h~st ~Ower, mounted plows, corn planter and cuiti- zast hitch equipment. chopper Model 611 with corn and grass sickle bar pick-up, PTO, all like new. 77 Baler, motor mounted and good as new; Silage Blower ~nd p~pes; NH wagon and high rOller drag; New Idea rubber tire wagon with roller drag; unloader outfit with motor.6 mounted rubber tire 32 disc lmrrow; Roto-Speed John Deere 36 tooth haxrow, new: 2 S~xten and saw belts; 50-ft. endless belt, new; 13x17 disc drill, New Idea 4.bax side Case 30-fL grain-~nd bale elevator; 2 wheel Case 3 bottom 14" tractor plow; Case 4-bax Case 25 tooth lever harrow, potato plow, manure sppreader, fast unload unit, Con- field sprayer, McC-4)eering flat bed harrow, rubber tire wheelbarrow, corn shei- an~l, drill press, log chains, shop tools, bar grinder, electric motors, circulating stuffer and grinder, meat bo~rds, small hand all kinds. 300 gal. Milk Tank, used 3 tank. new wash tank 10. ft. with back board ettrts, 2 sets Stewart Clippers, 4 Surge Milker Surge milker pump for 6 units; electric and pil burner with tank; 2 rotary wheel truck chains, 2 new white oak 12- many small items not listed. I$Ot~E HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. Not responsible for accidents on premises. EARL R. BIDDINGER PHONE MOnument ~,6947 BOWLUS, Clerk. of bibert~own Methodist ghurch. ,t6,9tl REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Vs. ~ Irt~ 11tAWItt.mN~ t~t'~ I you buy a family monument of Ages offers I Double Protection Guarantor When your family monu- ment k identified mtth the Rock of Ages trademark teal, it is guaranteed not on- ~-~ ly to you but to th. cemetery where it e~ l~ erected. ARock of exclualve. Your Itock of Ago| AUthorized DeJoe MARTINSBUR6 GRANITE WORKS 109 West John Stree Telephone Amherst 7- 6141 Martinsburg, W. Vs. FLOYD C. ODOM, Owner day. The last Quarterly Conference hereunder and the interest there of Shenandoah Junction Charge on have been paid in full. Section 13. If any section, para- was held on Sunday at the Meth- ,dist Church by :Rev. Paul War- ,*raph, clause or provision of this :rdinanc~-shall be held invalid zer. he invalidity of such section, p~r ;. S. C. S. Meeting The WSCS met Wednesda) graph, clause or provision shall .fight at the home of Mrs. Charles mt affect any of the remaining _~nott. The program was in char- )rovisions of this ordinance. ~e of the vice president Mrs. He1 " Section 14. All ordinances, re- :n Mills. The business meeting ~olutions and orders, or parts oy Mrs. Lowell Hetzel and after hereof in conflict with the provis :he meeting Mrs. Knott assisted ions of this ordinance are to the oy her son served refreshments, extent of such conflict hereby re- Mrs. Wallace Gifft and children ?ealed and the ordinance adopted isited her brother and sister-in- ~y the Common Council on June mw Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Bond and her mother Mrs. Annie Bond n Harpers Ferry on Sunday. Mrs. Warren Walker of Charles iown visited her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoff master and children on Tuesday and visited also some friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loudan and Mrs. Annie Loudan attended the iuneral services of Mr. Samuel ..;ecura of Knoxville which wa~ aeld in the Catholic Church las~ ~veek in Petersville, Md. Inter- .nent was in Knoxville~ Mrs. Berkeley Winters and ~ons of Harpers Ferry were Wed aesday guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tablet of Iartinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. 3ardner Loudan of Charles Town were Sunday guests of Mr. and Ars. Harold Harding and son and Ars. Annie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Just and Jon of Johnstown, Pa. visited her )rother-in-law and sister Mr. and :Ira. William Snyder over the ,veekend "and also visited Mrs. lohn Looking and Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti and sons. IL ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake Sun'day Gues~-'---- Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire and son were Mr. and Mrs. Pittman Russell and daughter Karen of Winchester, Vs., Mr. and Mrs. El- more Wenner, son Freddie Lee of Lovettsville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire of Ran and Mrs. Merle Wfltshire and children Veronica and Merle of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshire and sons Michael arid Timmy of Ranson. Mr. Fred Saum of Hagerstown,, Md. spent Sunday With Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake. Mrs. William Hough of Baker- ton and Carl Shank of Ran- son were visitors with Mrs. James Lilla and sons on Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Staubs and child n of Martinsburg, Mrs, Greta Hardy and Mrs. Howard Slonaker and adopted daughter Carole of Pikeside, Mrs. Elmer Davidson and fancily of Harpers Ferry and Mr, and Mrs. Merle Wiltshire and children of Har. pers Ferry were x isitors , Of Mr. anct Mrs. Robart Hardy on ,Stm. ~'2, 1959 entitled: "AN ORDINANCE providing )r the acquisition and operation f a municipal waterworks sy- stem by the City of Charles Town, :.Vest Virginia, and the c6nstruc- Aon of betterments and improve- aents thereto; providing for the ~ssuance of Water Revenue Bonds ff said city and setting forth the erms,, and conditions upon which ,ach bonds and any additional )ands payable from the revenues f said system are to be and may )e issued and outstanding; pro- iding for the payment of such )ands and Interest thereon from ;uch revenues and fixing the men mum rates and charges for water md water service." s hereby repealed and it is here- y specifically ordered a~d pro- ided that any proceedings hereto ~re taken for the issuante of ~her bonds payable or secured in my manner by the revenues of aid municipal waterworks sy- ~em and which bonds have not :eretofore been issued and deity- red are hereby revoked and res-