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SPtRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 28, 2005 13 far turn. The horses in front of $1.3 million, has won multi- cally. Donald's Pride was one of of me were tired and my horse pie graded stakes in his career, the best horses on the grounds at several week-just went by them." including the Grade I Carterhere two years ago under Pat- at Charles Town In a 6 1/2-furlong allowance Hamdicap and Grade II Gener-ty Burns and, had he been kept the usual blend of that followed, My Simba (A1 al George. eligible to the state-bred stakes, )eless maid- Cortez) was made the even-Peeping Tom-- listed as a gen- might have given Confucius Say that deliver bi-money favorite and the Gary erous 8-1 in the morning line a run for his money in the West but a clos- Capuano trainee did not dis- despite his graded stakes histo- Virginia Classic. also un- appoint. Cortez had tried to ry -- was eventually made the 8- Peeping Tom, whose better runners, wrangle back My Simba, but5 favorite under Travis Dunkel- days are clearly behind him, is night the the favorite was keen to move berger. During his prime, Peep- one of the few multiple grad- a pair of allowance down the backside and he cer- ing Tom was capable of corn-ed stakes winners that Charles race goers tainly did. My Simba gained pleting the distance -- contest- Town fans have had a chance to horses of back command nearing the quar- ed at one turn at most tracks - see while he is still somewhat event of hors- ter-pole, opened a clear lead - in 1:21 and change. With the capable of delivering good ef- They were on the far turn and cruised added turn and perhaps a slight forts. Peeping Tom may no Ion- races on home to a three-length score downgrading in ability due to ger be headed for major stakes a solid in 1:19.4. age, Peeping Tom would stillon the East Coast such as the and a "He was on cruise control have a chance at the track re- Carter Handicap, Met Mile or 'both events, the whole time," said Cortez cord. Fall Highweight Handicap, but allowance of My Simba, who has won Reserved just off a modest tem- he is still capable of posting many of which twice in six lifetime starts for po provided by Clever Yankee, track record-type clockings at one another owner Marty Wilgis. "I had a Peeping Tom gradually advanced Charles Town and that should Stormin lot of horse at the top of the down the backside and pressed be enough for the locals to ap- went postward stretch. I tried to take a hold the leader through the far turn. preciate. under Oscar of him down the backside, but At the top of the lane Peeping One race earlier on the card, Chessie (Greg he wanted to go on so I let Tom surgedto a short lead and 50 onlookers must have known can alwa, be him." yards from the wire looked home a track record was imminent tern- Earlier on the card, Mac free. But Donald's Pride closed when Carnival Chrome, a three- second-choice Lady (Kendrick Carmouche) stoutly in the final strides to nail year-old State-bred filly, romped n North rebounded from two dull ef- the favorite at the wire, covering to a seven-length score in 1:18.3 mak- forts against $10,000 claimers the distance in 1:24, equaling the for the 6 1/2-furlongs. Carni- start of the in April to post a sharp three- track record shared by Ohmylove val Chrome rallied from just off 9-2 third choice, length score in a 4 1/2-fur- and Tutorial. the pace under Oscar Flores to was hard- long event for $5,000 claimers Irregardless of the final time- romp home as the 2-5 choice. the early stages in 52.2. Trained by Charles - track records here are few and This David Walters' trainee re- pushed along Schneider for Frank Carul- far between -- this particular al- mains the future book favorite fractions of li's Trip Aces Stable, Mac lowance event might have been for the 2006 Cavada Stakes at the mcesetter Lady notched her first win in among the toughest ever seen lo- Charles Town. to say aboutfour starts this year and was Stor- promptly claimed out of the WVU BUS Trips at rick@morganawards.com for his time fromrace. all other information. kicked into Six days earlier, two horses The Eastern Panhandle Moun- with plenty of back class met taineer Fan Club will have two bus JCLL "Fall Ball" stretch in a seven-furlong allowance trips to away games this season. past North that must have had onlookers The first trip will be to Syra- The Jefferson County Little Chessie for rubbing their eyes in disbelief, cuse on September 4 and the sec- League will have a final reg- 1:25. Over a track that has rapidly end trip will be to Maryland on istration for its "fall ball" sea- my horse," become lightning-fast, Peep- September 17. The cost for the son on Saturday, July 30, from 0f Stormin Oedy,ing Tom and Donald's PrideSyracuse trip is $169. The cost 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the league's 3-2-0 slate in highlighted a card that had of the Maryland trip is $75 and concession stand at the field in "The speed fans trackside and viewingincludes bus and game ticket. Shenandoah Junction. up for me. I just via simulcast doubting their Reservations and payment "Fall Ball" is for ages 5- going into the sobriety. Peeping Tom, sport- must be received by Monday, through-14 and the fee is $30 ing a lofty bankroll in excess August 1. Contact Rick Rohn at per child. For any other infer- 263-7425, 263-4700, or by e-mail motion call 724-7445. Charles Town .igh cross Football Meets begin prac- There will be an informa- at 7:30 a.m. attional meeting for all stu- Park. Fresh- dents interested in partici- to run cross pating in football at Charles should Town Middle School. The physical form meeting will be on Monday, practice. All stu- August 1, at 6:30 p.m. in the 2.0 GPAfrom visitors bleachers of the foot- ball field. Students entering to be eligible,the 7th and 8th grade with COncerning cross the needed grade point aver- be related to age are eligible. Managers are 876-6677. also needed. hole, she hit a beautiful tee shot onto the fairway, which was followed by a sound second shot. Her third shot, which was Hollow 100 yards from the pin, was Holes" hit low and disappeared over tourna- the small mound in front of the 1, 2, green, looking for her ball, she and 18 count- found that it had gone in the hole to score a birdie. Too bad captured first she couldn't have seen the ball a net 41. Beth go in the cup. This week, another octo- Gone genarian showed the ladies With a net 44. how the game is played. Beth Moore Printz, 86, hit balls straight competition and far. She didn't falter in the to corn- humid heat and almost won e also bird- the tournament of the day. Beth loves her golf and prac- had a won- tically nothing keeps her from With her Tues- the course on Thursdays for On the ninth our Ladies Day. p. Saturday, August 13, 2005 11:00 A.M. Saturday, August 13, 2005 2:00 P.IVI. Valuable 4.35 Acre Building Lot 0 BOwer Road, Koameyslrille, West Virginia. light, follow Leetown Road for .5 mile, property located 1.5 miles on left. (Sign) will offer for sale a 4.35 acre building lot. Manor Subdivision. Unrestricted, approved perk subdivided into two building lots with planning is a bea dM lot with small growth a rural road. This is a must see! For pictures web page. of the Jefferson County Clerk, inia in Deed Book 986 Page 284. ] ~ ESPY: A non-refundable Cashier's Check or paid on day of sale, with the balance of deed not to exceed 45 days from date of sale. is" condition without warranty. Colony Home Development Corpm on Please call for viewing or Information. L. NIBERT, AUCTIONEER/BROKER Junction, West Virginia wv Lic. #660 E3 Email: dcer@Frontiemet.net State Sponsored Graded. Uniform Lots All Beef Breeds 60 DAY OWNERSHIP REQUIRED ALL CATI'LE TAKEN IN DAY OF SALE (7 AM to 2 PM) FEIBBUl IMliIIl BCBIIIIF, IN,IBtBClIIIIK Ill. MMI2I Wednesday, August 10 7:00 P.M. Wednesday, September 14 7:00 P.M. NORTNIERN VIRGINIA LIVESTOCK, INC. P.O. Box 440, Winchester, VA 22604 Phone: Office (540) 662-2946 to the Texas Rangers, couldthe past have not been mend- be a mite useful if five runs a ed by all the salves, ointments, game could be found at the end and creams known to man- of a wish list. kind. So many trade rumors bounceBaltimore doesn't have a off the locker room walls at lineup that can score enough Camden Yards that believingruns. any of them isn't a useful pol- Sosa, Mates, Bigbie, Gib- icy. bons. The "outs" they just on a- Angeles is the party with rollin'. the final say if a player the co- And the middle relievers are general managers want is paid not at all reliable. more than few hundred thou-Of course, politics will still be sand. in a policy role of unimpeach- And Angeles doesn't accept able leadership. the mega-millions contractsSammy Sosa and the poll- unless he dumps the Ponson's tics of staying with a player the and their mega-millions con- dwindling number of season tracts, ticket holders were told was go- Angeles seems to believe: ing to be a run producer of no "One overpaid failure for an- equal. other overpaid failure". No equal? Will Sammy drive The burns on Angeles' handsin just 58 runs this season? from Sammy Sosa, Steve Kline, And here comes a hard land- Steve Reed, Jason Grimsley,ing in fourth place with Sosa Sidney Ponson, and those in- batting fourth and Kline and jured bodies costing millions in Grimsley coming to the rescue. Saturday, August 6, 2005 9:30 AM. ON PREMISES SALE, the David Fry Smith Estate of Mlddleway, WV (originally Smithfield, VA ca. 1734) will be sold on Saturday, August 6th under a large tent; lunch will be served by Grace Episcopal church with parking near by. DMLCTIOIR: From 1-81, take WV exit 5, go east on RL 51 (through Inwood, WV) 6 miles to Middleway, turn South on Lontown Rd. Into Mlddleway. Auction will be on left behind #7268 Lontown Rd. from Charles Town, WV go West on Rt. 51 approximately 7 miles, left on Lontown Rd. TBff & SF 411#K A PAImAL LIST DISPLAYSATURDAY ONLYFROM 7:30 J FURNITURE: Walnut 4 drawer chest, all original except no feet, ca. 1790/ Walnut fall front plantation desk, ca. 1830/ Sheraton washstand, acorn turnings, ca. 1815/ Walnut comer cupboard, single glass door, ca. 1800/ Walnut bedside table/ Walnut pedestal base center table/ Victorian Ioveseat/ Cherry drop leaf table/ Mahogany wardrobe, Empire/ Dark finish Poplar wardrobe, Gothic panels/ Pine blanket chest/ Drop center chest/ Walnut cupboard top, tapered leg basel Walnut marbe top washstand/ Spinet organ/ 6 plank bottom Adams chairs/ Boston rockers. 190011950: "Hale" stacking bookcases/ Gooseneck rocker/ Mahogany dining room suite/ Hoosier style cupboard top/ Agate top kitchen table/ Mahogany card table, keehole desk/ Poster bed/ Cedar wardrobe/ Sausage turned what-not shelf/ Tooled leather top table/ End tables. MORE: Upholstered chairs, sofas/ Wing chair/ Many items that you would expect when closing a home. POTTERY: Redware crock, Weiss, Hagerstown/ Palatine, WV canner/ Stripers/ Coarse clay Redware pitcher/ Bennington pitcher/ Others. ART POTTERY: Cameo glass vase/ McCoy vases ROSEVILLE: 70+ pieces/call for list. MISC: Graphophone cylinder player/ Hammond typewriter/ Pine violin/ Folding screen/ Linens/ Comforters/ Decorated trays/ Snapp's Bull dog door stop/ Brass pan scales, bucket/ OG clock/ Sessions clock/ Iron elephant cigarette dispenser. Lamps: Handel style/ GWTW/ Weller Prohibition flags/ Farm bell/ Pr. iron urns, damaged/ Coffee mill/ Patsy Cline poster/ Frames/ Oriental style carpet/ Betty Boop items. GLASS/ CHINA: Mary Gregoary bottles/ Depression/ Stemware/ Satin glass/ Cake stand/ L.C. Tiffany favrile paper weight/ Majolica plates/ Soft paste pitcher/Hall china/ Nippon. See our web site www.hoadleysauctlens.com for pictures. Lunch on Premises Headleys Auction (540) 662-6350 By c, ce Joe L. Headley, W.Va #871 Episcopal Church Ou,~ 60th ~ea~ iEI of Valuable Real Estate 214 W. 4th Amnm, Ilamml, West At 2:00 p.m we will offer for sale a one story residence. (above] DESCRIPTION: Two (2) bedrooms, living room, kitchen, full bath, enclosed back porch plus a partial unfinished basement/cellar. Amenities include EBH, public sewer & water, appliances & fenced yard. Approximately 800 sq. ft. of living space. Close prox- imity to the Charles Town Races, businesses, and schools. Property recorded in the office of the Jefferson County Clerk, Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 903 Page 181. Terms .o f sa/e on Rsa/ESPY: A non-refundable Cashier's Check or Cash in the amount of $10,000, paid on day of sale, with the balance due upon delivery of deed not to exceed 45 days from date of sale. Property sold in "as is" condition without warranty. Bicltard & Angle Jenkins Please call for viewing or information. of Valuable Real Estate /.OCAgON: 405 Amue, Char/es Tern, West I/ /n/a At 11:00 a.m we will offQr for sale a one story residence. (above) DESCRIPTION: Three (3) bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, full bath, endosed back porch with laundry room, plus a full unfinished base- ment/cellar. Amenities include hardwood floors, EBH, public water & sewer, appliances, fenced yard. Approximately 900 sq. ft. of living space. Close proximity to the Charles Town Races, businesses, and schools. Property recorded in the office of the Jefferson County Clerk, Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 874 Page 497. Terms of sa/e on RN/~: A non-refundable Cashier's Check or Cash in the amount of $10,000, paid on day of sale, with the balance due upon delivery of deed not to exceed 45 days from date of sale. Properly sold in "as is" condition without warranty. Warren Oden& Mercia Cletterbuck Please call for viewing or information.