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~ ='- ~ Mrs. Mary Henry attended the ~ former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. k LPL~|llll|~L~L~lllkl !W:S:C:S. meetifig 61 0akland'Harry Wile and f~imilyat Lou. Mr|.HAN||.~|||WN [Church Wednesday night at the doun Heights, Va. I'IIIVIIWII llVtaf/V 11 I ho " ' ' " ........... i me of Mrs. M, cle White in Sunday visitors of Mrs. Julia Mrs. Julia Viands [Charles Town. Viands were Mr. ~:nd Mrs. : [arry , : . ::~~iDon Ott in Wreck Shirley and family of Middl ~way, " i We were very ~ )rry to hear Mr. and Mrs. Dot aid ttove male Mrs. Josephine Johnston andI .... and daughters, ot Leetown Mr. ' about Donald Ott, s ,n of Mr and daughters Joyce and Bonme, ac- " and Mrs. Alberl Viands and Con~nani,~ hel: n~rents Mr ~nd Mrs. Lester Ott, bei Lg in a wreck, .... " ...... la . . - i daughter, Mrs. E,,elyn Wil :s of Mrs Mil*o- Po~tdno t- ~,,ro,, I st Sunday mght In Nashville i the Bloomery. i Va.,"'~ .... last *Sunday" v,-to see ' Mr~ '~"Pop-"J' [Term," where he is Lttendmg col. I Mrs. William Billow, ,Jr., of the kins' brother, Mr. James Gray, [lege. Along with Campbell TabblBloomery' her mother. Mrs. Mary who recently returned from the [of Leetown and some other [Frye, of Point of Rocks, Md., and hospital. They found him getting ischoolmates, a car ran into them. I Mrs. Margaret Border of Bruns- alofig very'well. ]Donald suffered a broken nose i wick, Md., were in ~Iartinsburg Mr. Leonard Vanmeter, of Mar- |and eighteen, stitches were re- Ion Wednesday and visited friends' ]at Newton Baker Hospital. tinsburg,'was a caller last Men-[qmred m his head. All were] day of Mrs. Maude Smallwood ihurt" , Mrs. Clemantine Aits, of and stepson, Amy. I Miss Patsy Rissler, of Wash-[Sterling, Vs., and grandson, i I ington, D c, and Miss Susan Mrs. Sydnor Rhodes, of Alexan-. I Gregory Viands, of Kearneysville, hqa h.mo ! Rlssler of the State College of ............................... 'Ke - . I spent Friday afternoon with me, the hosvita! last Sunday wh~rp, a | yser, spent the weekend with E Julia Viands. Saturday callersi ..... - ........... =..-[--~.~:'t i a e tnm-~ ~va~ ~ .... ,~n ~..~ ho~ I he r p r nts, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I were Mr. and Mrs Jack Goetzan- throat While she was in the hos [Rissler and daughter, Jane. Glad l gander and Miss I~ay Martins, of pital her husband let something i twehear ~-~ew!s is gett!ng along so {Charles Town. ] fall on hi~ fo0t breaking three | t [o e sole [o arlve ms car. I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ashby, : bones. The Rhodes are well | Weekend Visitors I of Falls Church, Va., and Mr and known as they have been visitors j Visitors over the weekend with IMrs. Mayo Shiley, of Bardane, i 0f mine for years. Mr. and Mrs. William Billow, Jr., i were Sunday visitors of Mr. and -'-~ ---" and daughters, Tans and Tonda, [Mrs. Harry Ashby and grandson, ! "' .. " were Mrs. Mary Frye, of Point of ~Bobby T H ~ Rocks, Md., Mrs. Margare Barber, Mr. and Mrs. William Pres- i u t, o~ Brunswick, Md., Mrs. Charles graves, Mr. and Mrs. Weston. Jm~n~ ~ ~,~.~m~-- ~ Shaw and daughter, Karen, of Presgraves and family, of Berry- g~M |N | ~t[K|~M [|| Paris, Va., Mrs Evelyn Riley and ville, Mr and Mrs. Reuben Fos- "mq~Nae mrl IO ~ limiwmill VV4 _.L_ ~-J._ ,Ira " .il- .1 TV ~ * uaugmers, ~rs. ~v~yrue umvaugn ter, son-in.law and daughter, of COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876.2683 and daughters of Purselville, Va., Mrs. Lewis Hardy and son, Bob- by, of Front Royal, Va., Mrs. Kenneth Turner and children, of Middleway, and Mr. Tom Kemp, of Ranson. Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and children, Sherri and Ronald Wayne, spent Sunday with the Overall, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson, of Charles Town, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and daughter, Shirley and son, Mel. vin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton, of Warrenton, Vs., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcas tntdo ttwo children, of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton aand son, of Mill- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Maga- ha daughter, of Middleway, Mr. We will sell the following, located 7 miles North of Martins- burg, W. Va. 1 mile East of Bodington, W .Va. Turn East off Route 11, at~ Bedin~on 'Cr~ss Roa~. Follow sign~. IDAY, APRIL 1, 1966 BEGINNING 10:00 A. M. 44--HEAD HOLSTEIN CATTLE--44 40 heifers (3 mos. to 1 yr. old), 2 cows (dry), Registered cow Show Maid Gray Clterion, Registered Bull Rampart Triune Rag Apple. FARM MACHINERY, Etc. 2 Oliver 70 tractors with cultivators; M.M. tractor; 2 Farmall F-12 tractors with cultivators; Case combine; John Deere hay baler (wire); N. Idea pull type mower with p. t..o.; Allis Chalm- ers corn picker; Int. traetor manure spreader; N. Idea side rake; rubber tire wagon; field sprayer; disc harrow; spring tooth harrow; Genius 2 bottom plow; hammer mill; 1 row corn planter; baled hay loader; Int. 2 pt, hitch corn planter; culti- vator for H tractor; McD. corn binder; Int. cream separator; milker motor pump; pipeline and units; meat grinders; lard presses; meat slicer; gas grill; meat blocks; metal and wooden barrels; elba. motors; asst. of harness and fly nets; corn sheller; grindstone; 1956 l~/s ton truck. HORSES,-Palomt~ rld~. marinading a~t~.d~tvj~ag horse; yearling pony; trot~ing pony. ANTIQUES & HOUSEHOLD GOODS Baby cribs; rope and spool beds; Iron griddles; waffle iron; flat irons; muzzle loader shot gun; Long Tom single barrel shot gun; and other guns; small iron wood stove; stone hammer; hand carved shaving cabinet; kettles; brass and wood butter print; lamps; rockers; picture frames; old sideboard; Majestic wood kitchen stove; Majestic wood and oil stove; kerosene heater; dinette set; tables; chairs; 2 televisions; mounted deer heads; yard chairs; National cash register; Allen cash register (like new); and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. MORROW And BOWLUS--Auctloneers R. E. MORELAND--Clerk CI ENO O J'rT & SONS Not responsible for accidents on premhes. March 17.2t- The undersigned representatives o1~ the National Lutheran Home far Aged acting for Misses A. Ruth and Grace L. Link, will sell at Public Sale at the Link residence located on the earner of Prospect Avenue and Church Stk, eet, Shepherdstown, West Virginia SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1966 AT I1:00 A. M. AN'rlQUE FURNITURE- Cherry loveseat; cherry extension table: walnut chest of drawers; walnut dresser; cherry blanket chest; walnut bedside stand; several walnut stands; marble top walnut stand; several small, aM ~nfl~ wainUt Jewelry box; 3 old straight.back chairs; 4 matching old chairs; other straight- back and rocking chairs; several converted oil lamps; silver- ware-~me sterling; silver tea serviee; silver ice holder; china and glassware; brass candle h0iders; brass b0wl; brass kettle; stone pitcher and jars; old weaving loom; wing chair; wooden bed; old pie safe; ironstone howl and pitcher; 2 powder horns. MODERN FURNITURE - 2 double beds, complete; 1 iron single bed; 3 dresser~; White sewing machine; small desk; studio couch; hat rack; magazine, rack; umbrella holder; straight-back and rocking chairs; $ over.stuffed chairsi some rugs; glass tray; 2 card tables; pictures and #ture frames; books and book ends; clothes hamper; composition wardrobes; wooden bed; bed and table linens; china and glassware; book rack; kitchen stool; jardineer; serving tray; glidder and 2 lawn chairs; kitchen drop-leaf table and chairs to match; floor mats; porch screens; kitchen utensils; kitchen utility table; Frigid. alre refrige~r; electric st~e; 3 burner Perfection oll stove; small oil heart; c0M Heatrola; 3 oil Heairolas; 2 coal heaters: 2 coal hods; washing machine; wash tub; flower pots; giam jars; level and plane; electric fan; electric clock; other articles too numerous to mention. PROMPTLY AT 1:04} P. M., The 10.ROOM FRAME HOUSE AND LOT WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE. TERMS: CASH - Nothing to be removed until settled for. Stanley Eo Eye Ray. John Grissinger Acting for Misses A. Ruth and Grace L. Link Clerks: (Ned) MORROW & MOORE _ .. , ........ ,,, , , , , Life Insurance Plan for your WHOLE FAMILY Nationwide's new Family Pal. icy covers Morn, Dad, and all dependent children under age 8: And new babies covered at no premium increase (after 15 days old). One policy - one low premium -- for all- family protection! HORMAN E KISHER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. DiATIONWIDE Ill II I For Clean And Use Triple-Refined II And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 i ,r i H .I Amarls'e Mneli~ washer, the tatar/ tmu Ban afford, Per Week CltARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. and Mrs. John Magaha and two I on Sunday of their aunt, Mrs. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE callersSnS' OfonneartheirtOWn,parents,Were weekend~Mr. and Virginia Williams in Charles I..t~mta m bviilg~uiQl~; I THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 Visitors on the weekend with I yeterans lo Meet At Town. Mrs Joe Milton. ~~---------- Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, of Arling- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles andt " readers. The insurance coverage is yours by contracting your ton, Vs., were Saturday morning children were Mr. and Mrs. Har-I~|~N~ ~|r~ H:~]] costs only 10 cents a week. I newspaperboy or dealer to callers on Mrs. Albert Viands. ry T. Wiles and children, Donna ] ~"""'-" '~ s,~ ira. For Complete details contact I Read The Pittsburgh Post-G~ Their daughters, Mona and Mary 7des D;bbie, and Mrs. Harry ] The Henry Kyd Douglass Camp the Registrar Agent, Washington land get the "good morning;' National Insurance Co., Reader-I ing habit Jane, remained over the weekend ~ ., ., o~ ~ouuoun ue]ghts, ]Sons of Confederate Veterans, Insm'ance Dept., Box 957, Pitts- I Viands.with Misses Mary and Nancy r~ezghts, ya. . ..... [will hold its monthly dinner meet burgh, Pa. 15230. ] Mrs. Mary Henry had a Stanley .. ~v~r. ann ~virs. ~eivm rmtts, vls-ling at the Citizens Fire ttall, l~ea ~riends in winchester, Va., I Charles Town, Tuesday March 29, Post-Gazette doorstep delivery f Read The Spirit-Advo( party at her home on Wednesday on Sunday afternoon and also iat 6'30 p m night. The demonstrator was a lady from Martinsburg. Mrs. Hen- Cr~eFdr~t~stih:l~l::th:/,TMrn Leon"I Host members are Merle Alger F 0 R Y 0 V R ry had a good turnout. ]Chairman, George R. Crim Emo- ~ Mrs' Frances Bradley and sn' Hs'pttalPatient ...... iryKable'W'P'C'Perry'Lester READY-MIX COHCRSE NEEDS of Charles Town, were Saturday ~v~rs. margaret wmlams re'lStaley and James W. Strider. callers on Mr. an~ Mrs. Nelson mains a patient in the Charles[ Bush. Master Joe Dan Penning- Town General Hospital and does[ PEACE OF MIND HOT WATER NOW ADDED ~on, of Hagerstown, was also a not seem to improve very fast.] Insured peace of mind can be CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR :aller. Mrs. Williams is in her eighth-[yours. Virtually any kind of aceS- VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA Miss Nancy Popkins, of near tourth year. [dent whether at home, at work, at 3altimore, was a caller on Sunday P_a T/~~I ...... Splay or even on vacation is cove- THORN LUMBER COMPANY ,~f her father, Mr. John Popkins ~ |TJ ~b[~l~ SUNDAY ]red under the Reader-Insurance Ranson Plant- Call 725-7612 - Charles Town and son, John, Jr. I program available to Post-Gazette Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 Mr and Mrs. Harry Ashby and grandson, Bobby Ware and sister, -~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ill ~ l I I i ili Louise, and Mr. andMrs. Ray. CLI]SINi; 0LII I;JiLE ii=~i, lii~ mond Ashbyand wife, of Falls PUBLIC;Sll E Church, Va., w____ ere dinner guests i m NOTICE Of Located on Route 40--11 miles east of Frederick, Md.--2 miles west of Rldgeville. Intending to discontinue farming, I will sell the following Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County West Virginia, made and entered on the 9th day of March, 1966 in Civil Action Number 789, entitled Dorothy H. Henesy, Plaintiff, vs. Darwin M. Henesy, defendant, we will on Saturday the 9th day of April, 1966, at the front door of the Court House of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Charles Fown, West Virginia, at 11:00 A. M. o'clock of that day, offer for sale to the highest bidders, the following described three parcels of real estate, all located in the Town of Charles Town, West Vir- ginia: PARCEL A. That certain lot with a residence thereon located on the west side of South Mildred Street in said town, said lot being designated as Lot No. 13 in the plat of the subdivision of the land of the Hunters heirs, said plat being recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of said Jefferson County, in Deed Book 97 at page 394. Said lot fronts 66 feet on said street and extends back 165 feet to the cen- ter of an alley in the rear thereof. Said lot was conveyed to the plain tiff and the defendant by Guy P. Ebersole and Grace E. Ebersole, husband and wife by deed dated March 26, 1956 and recorded in the said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 211 at page 489. PARCEL B. All that lot with house thereon, fronting 84 feet, more or less, on the northern side of West Congress Street in the block between West Street and Water Street, with a depth of ~1~3 fee:t, more. or less, and also ~the right to use an adjacent strip of land as an alley along the east side of said property. Said lot was conveyed to the plaintiff and de- fendant by Edward Lancaster and wife by deed dated April 27, 1956, and recorded in said Clerk's Office in De~d Book 211, at page 488. PARCEL C. All that certain parcel of real estate improved by two houses, etc.. thereon, one fronting on Lawrence Street and the other on North Street, situate in Charles Town, and being Lot No. 1 on a plat made by J. Jas, Skinner, S. J. C. on September 25, 1956 and recorded in Deed Book 214 at page 233, with deed to Elsie Virginia Painter (Lot No. 2) and described therein as follows, to-wit: "Beginning at a point Jn the east line of North Lawrence Street, corner with Painter, then- ce N 17 52' W 54.8 feet with the line of said Street to the corner of the house~ fronting thereon at the intersection of said street with North Street, thence with the latter's south line N 72 10' E 135.2 feet to a post, thence S 16 51' E 55.5 feet to a stake corner with Painter, thence with the north line of said lot No. 2. S 72 30' W 134.2 feet to the point of beginning." Parcel A is located in one of the most desirable residential dis tricts in Charles Town. Parcels B and C are now rental propert- ies. Each of the three properties will be sold separately. For in- spection of the premises. Call Kenneth W. Metz, Charles Town, West Virginia. TERMS OF SALE: One-third (~) of the purchase money, or so much more as the purchaser may elect to pay, cash in hand on the day of the sale. with the remaining unpaid balance to be paid intwo equal installments, the first due one year after the date of the sale, and the second due two years after the date of the sale, with said unpaid balance to bear interest at the rate of 6% per annum, payable annually, the purchaser to execute his in- terest bearing notes therefore, due as aforesaid, said notes to be secured by a first deed of trust on the said property to be sold. ROGER J. PERRY Bonded Special Commissioner. KENNETtI W. METZ, Special Commissioner CLARENCE E MARTIN. JR. Special Commissioner I. Mary Lyau Riggleman, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, hereby certify that the above named Roger J. Perry, has given bond as required by the said decree with surety approved by me. MARY LYNN RIGGLEMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court of Jefferson County. iarch lO.4.t. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1966 10:00 O'CLOCK (RAIN Or SHINE) 35 FARM TRACTORS 5 Cubs, I0 Fords, 20 larger farm tractors, 150 pieces farm equipment, most anything needed on farm. 3 post hole diggers, 10 corn planterS, 5 new rotary cutters, grain drills, disc harrows, spring harrows, 3 field choppers, blowers, corn pickers, corn binders, wagons, balgr~, 15 plows, mowers, hammer mills, man- ure spreaders & loaders, 3 pL blades, etc., lime and fert. sowers, chuck wagor~, N. H. portable mixer, grinder, N. H. 818 chopper, 2 heads, 4 bottom plows, combine with corn and grain heads, 6 Trucks & Pickups, farm gates. We will sell our equipment on commission, private sales daily. TERMS---Deposit day of sale. March 24-1t-pd. II CLAY MACHINERY SALE MT. AIRY, MD. PHONE 829-0200 Due to ill health and renting my farm and moving to a smaller hoqse, located 4 miles south of Middleway, W. Va., 4~ miles west of Summit Point, Jefferson County, W. Va., 3~ miles north of Brucetown, Va., on: SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1966 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Home Comfort range, (good condition); apartment size elect- ric stove; Oil stove; Kitchen cabinet; China closet; Drop leaf table: High chair; Old cradle; Studio couch; Sideboard; Buffet; 3 Stands; 3 Rocking chairs; Wash stands; Cedar lined ward- robe; Wardrobe; Victoria bed, springs and mattress; Bureau; Vanity with Bench; Old time bedroom suite: Old trunks: 2 Sew- ing machines; Porch glider; 2 Wooden tubs; Oil lamps; Electric !0raps; Glass churn; Butter print; Iron griddles; Dishes; Lot of cooking utensils; Morris chair; Wheel chair; Wrat-Nots; Single bed; Bed clothing; I Picture easel; Picture frames; 2 9 x 12 LiB. alBum rugs; 12 x 12 Linoleum rug; 9 x 12 Reversible wool rug; Wash bowl and pitcher; 5 horse-power David Bradley garden tractor with cultivators; Sickle; Laying-off plow; Sulky; Snow blade and disc. all in excellent condition; 24" boy's bicycle; Wooden storm door; Other doors; 21" Rotary mower; Picnic table; Chicken feeders; Metal ~aest; Watering tubs; 170 laying Hens, heavy breed; A lot of articles too numerous to mention. TERMS---CASH, Lunch will be served by Ladies Auxiliary of Citizens Fire Company ef Charles Town. Mrs H. Brent DeHaven W. D. ORNDORFF; Auctioneer Berryville, Va. 955-2632 N. CLARK FURR; Clerk Not Responsible For Any Accidents. 1959 Chevrolet Pickup ~-Ton, with cattle racks, in excellent condition. March 24-2t- Ralph Horst and Braden King, Auctioneers In preparation for building new building we will sell all used equipt, and some new at our place of business south of Hagers- | town, Md. along Sharpsburg ~ike on: SATURDAY, MA'RCH 26, 1966 SALE AT 10:00 A. M. USED TRACTORS Oliver Super 77 diesel with loader. OJiver 88 gas with hyd., Farmall H. Super C with cult's.. Oliver 66, M- MR with cult's., 2 Massey Harris 44 diesels. Ferguson 30 and others. Oliver Super 188 diesel power unit. Several used Wisconsin engines. NEW EQUIPMENT --- PARTS New Gehl hay conditioners, New M. F: conditioner, M. F. rake, No. 61 corn picker, lot of new parts. USED EQUIPMENT - PARTS - Etc. Int. 141 12 ft. SP combine, Case 6 ft. combine. N. !I. 77, P. T, O. 45T, balers. Ferguson, New Idea and other mowers, Int. fast hitch mower, rakes, conditioners, Gehl Mixall grinder-mixer, several Gehl No. 83 harvesters with corn heads, Gehl No .96 cutter bar. Fox blower with pipe, Smalley blower. Int. 4 row cam planter, 3. D. No. 50 loader, Oliver 2 row. A. C. 2 row and Ford 1 row mounted corn pickers, Ford 4 row cult., Int. cult's., for 300, disc harrows of all kinds, 2 and 3 bottom plows, trailer and 3 pt. of all make and description, some with trip back, Int. fast hitch disc plow. Lot of new and used Oliver, M. F. and New Idea parts, hardware, bolts, etc. A few of above items may be sold before sale but other items will be added. Harvesting equipt, can be financed, ~ down with approved credit. TERMS---CASH: Lunch Stand Reserved. March 24.1t-pd. Arnetts Garage llagerstown, Md. R. 3 Phone RE 3-0515 the Cat Tail Farm, located 5 miles east of Charles Town, Va., 2 miles north of Mechanicstown, W. Va. Follow sign& SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1966 BEGINNING 10:00 A. M. 28--HEAD HOLSTEIN CATTLE---28 12 cows, milking; 3 cows, close springers; 6 cows will in late April; heifer, springer (first calf); 6 heifers, 6 old. T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual Certificates will be given. FARM MACHINERY Int. B-275 tractor with No. 209 2 14-in. bottom plow and Super M Farmall tractor with 3-pt. hitch; No. 209 3 14-in. plow; manure loader; cultivators; corn picker; corn N. H. Super 66 hay baler; N. H. side rake; N. H. 450 Clark field sprayer; McD. wagon; M. W. Girton model 53 rater Int. disc harrow; Int. tractor manure spreader; manure spreader on Steel; McD. grain drill; McD. mill; 2 lever harrows; spike harrow; Ferguson cultivators; drag; wood saw; tractor seed sower; tractor wind tractor chains; air compressor. DAIRY EQUIPMENT, Etc. --- 300-gal. Girton bulk milk Int. milker motor pump; 3 units and pipe line for 14 Norge water heater; wash-up tank; can rack. Kitchen sink; living room suite; china closet; coal stove; ing desk; piano; dishes and other articles too numerous mention. FEED ~1,500 bales timothy and brome hay; 20 bbls. corn. PONIES -- Mare, 6 yrs. old; Stallion, 3 yrs. old. TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. MELVIN W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Not responsible fer,~accidents on premises. e March Discontinuing farming we will sell on Honey Locust located on Rt. 671, 5 miles north of Hillsboro, Va. and 6 south of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. on: SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1966 AT 10:30 A. M. LIVESTOCK 90 - Head of Purebred ,and Grade Hereford Cattle- 90 4 Chardais BuNs, 2 Pure Bred, 2 15/16, all With Papers 30 cows, several with calvesby side, balance close Purebred Hereford cows with papers; 14 good grade heifers bred to freshen around sale date; 5 yearling Hereford heifers with papers; 10 good grade yearling heifers; 20 yearling Hereford steers; 1 3rd calf Holstein will be fresh by sale day, heavy milker. All cattle T. B. and Bangs tested within 30 days of sale. of these cows are bred to a Purebred Charolais Bull Cattle will be sold in lots of 5 and 10. H OG S 6 good size bred gilts to farrow around April 15tlL FARM MACHIN Y International 340 gas fast hitch and 3 pt. hitch, good 600 hrs.; International 33A manure loader with hyd. bucket; International 300 Utility Tractor with fast hitch; C International Tractor with plow and cultivator; Johp 12 ft. power take off Wiudrower; Little Genius 2 gang International 45 PTO Baler; 2 rubber tired wagons, 1 high racks for ensilage or bale thrower with hyd. pump with new bed; I Ford PTO Field Chopper with corn and ! heads; 1 J. D. 3 pt. corn planter with fertilizer pt. cultivators with front attachments; International 13 drill qn rubber, good condition; W~ bush hog, good J. D. Model L tractor manure spreader; 3 pt. 2 gang Disc Int. 2 gang 14" and Int. 2 gang 12,' Plows; Heavy Du~y plow with hyd. lift; Single role cultipacker; 3 pL J. D. 10 ft. Binder p. t. o. good canvass; J. D. Hay heavy 2-wheel tractor cart; Cement mixer with electric pipe; several rolls of poultry fence; 35 ton Grain Bin for dryer, used less than one year; International K truck, good rubber; Ford 1948 ~ ton pickup, runs good~, racks~ TERMS:--CASH: On day of sale. Not responsible for accidetdb You are welcome to make inspections anytime before sale- H. C. MULLEN & SON Purcellville, Va. COOPER and MORROW, Auctioneers R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Lunch by Ladies of Hillsboro and Ebeneezer W. S. C. March