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10 YEARS AGO -- 1949 The last concrete ,was poured ~n the floor of the new bridge over ~e Shenandoah R~ver at I-Iarpers Perry. A waiSing period elf 28 days lnus~ .'be a'li~owed Tor the concrete 0) "set" before *floe tbridge wi:ll :be .to Sra~c. New negro hiSh school win be Sn Charles Town. J,ames A. Eearly who has been associated wi',th Boy Socu.t work (the past 10 years with head- uar~ers in Greensburg and Pitts- Pa. has :been appoir~ted ,to in Shis s,ame ,fieid in ~ews, Va. effe'd~ve Oct- lot. The Charles Town Amerircan Le basebal, l team made iS 30 vic ,for ,the season at Front Roy Va. Wednesday night when ~they trimmed the Virginiuns by a 10 .to 1 score. Over 2,500 persons ate 625 chick ens and 20 ~hams a.t Byrd Picnic. DIED:- Funeral services ,for Charles E. Ru.therford, wel!l driller ~by trade were conduc,ted at .the home of Samuel C. Heinz, Kear- neysvflle, W. Va.; Joseph Belmon.t Ful.ton, a former res~ident of Char- les Town died ,at ,his home in New York .City; Charles Rocken'~augh, son of ,tl~e la,te 'Edward and ~lary Rocken~augh @led i,n Philadelphia Pa.; ~unera,l services ~or Mrs. FMa FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 To be held at Huntley Farms, located near Little George- town. Directions:--From The Plains, Vs., 3-Miles East on Route 55, turn South on Blacktop Road 674 for 2 miles. From Warrenton, 3~ Miles North on RoUte 17, turn right on Blacktop Road 628 for 4.3 miles. Follow Arrows to Sale. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 BEGINNING AT 9:00 A. M. (EST) FARM MACHINERY John Deere 720 D[es ! Tractor; John Deere B Tractor; John Deere 14-in. 3 Bottom Plow; John tioner; John Deere Field Harvester with Corn and Hay At- tachments; John Deere Blower and Pipe; John Deere Spring Tooth Harrow; John Deere Wagons with Ensilage Racks; John Deere No. 5 Mower; Light Disc Harrow, Heavy Disc Har- t. row, Cultipacker, McC.-Deermg Binder, Bush Hog, Massey-Fer- guson Side Delivery Rake, Wagner Front End Loader with Bucket and Fork; Dearborn-Wood Bros. Corn Picker; AC Roll Baler; 2 Cultivators for Ford Tractor; Angle Blade for Ford Tractor; Ford 1~ Ton Truck; Ford Pick-Up Truck; Ford 9N Tractor; Economy 2-Bottom 12-in. Plow; McCormick-Deering 10-~Spout Drill on Rubber; Ford Side Mounted Mower; Ford Post Hole Digger; Ford Subsoiler; Sprayer, 150-gallon with Booms; 50-gal. Livestock Sprayer; 2 Platform Scales; Ham- mermill, Elevator, Chain Harrow, Rear End Carrier, 3-Point Hitch; Gravely Tractor with Reel Mower, Cutter Box, Cul- tivator; McCormick-Deering Spreader;English Saddles and Tack. ~ .... ", Assorted Shop Tools. Many Other Items too numerous to mention. HUNTLEY FARMS ARTHUR M. SANSON, JR., Owner For Information Contact-- ,STAN HAWORTH AUCTION CO., Warrenton, Va. ~eptember 3 and 10- 2t. In Packing For College, Some Things Must Be Left Behind BUT THE NEED NOT BE ONE OF THEM. It Can Go With You For Nine Months For Our Special Student Subscription Rate Of n~ Plus 5 Cents Tax in West Virginia Fill in the Order Form Below, Giving Us A Date ~ " With Which to Start Your Subscription. STUDENT'S NAME ........................................ ~EGIN'WITH ISSUE OF .................................. ADDRESS .................... ~ ............................. CITY ...................................................... Enclosed Check. Baker Hospital; Joseph Wi,lliam Alexander died in %he Charles Town General ,Hospital; Mrs. Nel lie G. Holdsworth a resident of Washington, D. C.; l~Iiss Lil~lie E. l~amey in Charles Town General HosplSal; John H. Newman, Ne- :gro native of Ol~ades T~wn died in Was~hington ,County ,Hospi.~al in Hagerstown, Md. MARRIED:Miss Gertrude Rode ffer and ~ir. Dearing LeHew Me- Kay, both of Washington, D. C. 20 YEARS AGO -- 1939 Jr., a~torney. Franc~s White purchased ,the genecal merchandise s.tore of Ray & Co. in Bolivar. tMiss EHzWbeth Sites, daughter of ~Mrs. David E. Si.tes and l~he ta.te Mr. Slates of Charles Town ,was married in Was'hmgton, D. C. ,to .M. William Chester Wri.ght, of Wash&ugton. The cermeony ,was performed by Oba~plain A. C. Ol~- ver, Jr. Dt. Col. U. S. Army. Miss Dorothy E. Fu,rr, daughter of ffVIr, and Mrs. Raymond Furr o~ near Halt,town and Mr. Lloyd L. Watson of Bolivar were mar- ried at ~he Methodist Parsonage in Berryvl!iie, V~. by ,the Roy. W. L. Lu,t~tPell. DIEDvElwood ors, son o4' The- m,as Ott of ~Mt. IMission, died at hi,s home in Front Royal, Va.; Joc key Lou Machado, known to rac- ing fans all over She coun.ty was fatally injured in a race at tMar- ,lbore, Md.; Joseph H. Easterday, a native ,of Charles Town died at his,~ home ,in BalSimore; .Mrs. Mar- garet Dearing, d~aughSer of .the late Mr. and Mrs. Eug6ne Shu~ar% of Harpers Perry died at the Sh~ gart "home in C~m,p ,Hil~i. i Ourchaser of :the ~S~nirley Eby, ~ ~&L |, house and l(~ts *located on W. Lib- ]|UU||| I erity Street ~or ,the ~considerwtionI ...... I i[ of $3,3~10. I I II I ' J,aznes Shirley, for several years: I Jonn, in the ~pharmacy bu~ness in Char l ...... les Town en.tered t,he servi:ce of IW|II ka ,he .,; Event ,,. of Balltimore as a sa,iesma,n. DIED:AS I~alttown, ,h~iss Jennie Ott, life long resident of ~the coun ,ty; in iMcKeesl~vt, Pa. Mrs. Annie Myers Perks, l~sS surviving ~nem- ber of the ~am,ily of She late John Myers o~ Nverstown. Howard Stewar, t, son or ~vh~ Bushrod Stewart of #~his counSy ,was ktl~led in a mine xhaf.t in the Faivmont ,coal regi(~ of ,this state. The ,tax levy for county ~pur- poses, fixed :by ,the CounSy Corn- ,missioners for ~the currer~t year, ag gregated 47V2 een.ts on She hun- dred dollars. The high school tewVhers ~f .the counSy iformed ,a High School Tea- chers' Organization ~wiVh the ,fol- lowing olTi~cers elected; President, Prof. K. W. EuSsler of ~Shepherds- town, Vice 'President, Prof. Gee. P. Lud,wlg o,f ~avpers gerry, Sec- retary and Treasurer, .Mrs. Dick of Charles Town. MARRIED:In Hagerstown, Md by the Rev. ,L. ffVf. Ferguson. Brown L. Rissler to Miss Clara M. Hoekensmith both of Charles Town. The Charles Town Horse Show Association made a net 9rolls of $1,756.09 Shrou~gh iSs 1919 ,horse- show. D. R. 'Hou,ser resigned ,as man- ager of ,the Washingt~'~ Building 'Lime Co. at ~akevton ,and ~vas su, ceeeded 'by 3WalSer J. ~lannagan of S~ras:buvg, Vs. ~orme~ly of Bak erton. 50 YEARS AGO --- 1909 DIED:In Charles Town ~Irs. E1- ,iza Selden WaVhington, ~unter wife elf Major Robert W. 'Hunter, Secretary of Virginia War Re- cords; near Harpers gerry, Dr. Wal,ter S. A. Stuart a native of Holi~and at his home J,n Bolivar. A large em'ollmenS re'ado it ne- cessary for ~he Board of Educat- ion of Harpers Ferry Dis~tri,ct to employ Swo teavhers :for She school ~t H'ailtown. Mrs. R. K. Nevi'tt .and Mrs. Thelma Turner ~were apooin,t ed. IMary Jones, widow of Osbourn 30 YEARS AGO--1929 Jones died at her home in She Joseph Budden~hagen ~he counSy. 60 YEARS AGO -- 1899 Dan,iel Reyno'lds died ~at his PITTS- JEFFERSON home at Du elds. Dr. W. F. Li.ppiSt, Jr. ormerly T H E A T R E of Charles Town. Surgeon in ,the CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. .regul!ar ,army, was .promoted .to . Major and ,was ordered So .the Phil Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. ,lt ppines. ,Miss Mary A. Lewis aughter of Matinee Sunday 3:00 P. M. ,the ~ate Dt. James B. Lewis, died 7:15 a~ her ,home "The ,Me,rings;' ~ea~!; i ~Viyerstown. Wednesday and 'Thursday September 9 and 10 "2" BIG HITS! O "HOT" FOR THE IJ star.., tough, handsome GEORGE NADER PLUS=-- 70 YEARS AGO -- 1889 At .the "Bower" near Lee'go~,n ~Mrs. Serena C. Dandridge; near ,Hail,town, James W. Colbert at his home in the counSy, William Buck los. In the sale of the real es:ta~e of ~he ,late James ~H. Moore, .the home farm of 155 acres near Zoar was purchased by Michael Bow- ,ler~ ,at $47 ~per acre; ~he Capital ifa~m of 176 by H. H. Moore at $47 ,per acre; Engle ~farm of 106 acres by C. E. Kelier alt $30 ~per acre. The, Hurst if.arm was with- drawn. FIRST !INTO Friday and Saturday September 11 and I2 ..,.. ROGLqT MffCHUM STANLEY BAKER'ELISABETH MUELLER ., GIA SCALA. 0 m sc0 Sunday and Monday September 13 and 14 By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard ,Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son were Sunday af,ter:noon v.isi- %ors'with relaSives in Millville ~e- cently. ,1V~r. and Mrs. Paul Staubs of ;Neersville. Va. were Monday even eaing callers w4%h Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stouts and family. ~VIrs. Len, a Stouts is "spending sometAme in Bal.timore, Md.' wiSh her son and family Mr .and Mrs Roland Stouts. tMr. Coley Vthite of Wiley Ford, W. Va. is staying width his brot~her ,and family Mr. and Mrs. Don Vth!%e a~d has employment in Vir ginia wish his brother. ~Mr. Walter Coglc. Mrs: Leona Everhavt, Mrs. EtLce Cook and dau ~h.ter Barbara Ann ~tended the ,funeral o~ Mr. Vincin,t Cook who died suddenly on Monday at his home in Marlow, W, Vs. He was: a cousin of Mrs. El,sic Cook late husband Mrs. Edgar Cook. Mrs. Hazel Stouts and children were Sunday visi,tovs wi,th Mrs. Effie Fields in Raison. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper, Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and two children of Chestnut Hill were Sunday evening vis[toxs w,ith Mrs Maude Eve~hart and family. ~Mr. and Mrs. Stanley See we,re Sa.tu, rday ni~h~ guests wit'h Mr. Sunday Shows :--3 & 8 P. M. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and ram ily in Mannings recen,tly. Tuesday and Wednesday September 15 and 16 I[CHHICOLOR ;Several ones attended the fun- eral of Mrs. Lizzie Lor~gerbeam on Saturday aS Ches.tnut Hill. iMrs. Longerbeam will be great~ly ~missed by all whom knew her. She was a wonderful Christian per- son and everyone loved her. 'Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and ghiqdren, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick and family of Chestnut Hill were :SaSurday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and ,f,amHY. " Pfc. Gerald Buford of Fort Eu's tis, Va. spenS the weekend with his w~fe Mrs. Bet,ty Buford. Mr .and Mrs. Bonny Ramsburg announced the birth of a fine son born to hhem on Friday eveni,ng Thursday - Friday - Saturday in Oharles Town General Hospit- aq. The li. tie fellow has been given September 17, 18 and 19 S he name of Dennis Craig, the me t~her was formerly Miss Jeannette Davis. IMr. and Mrs. Ea,rl Rodgers of Brunswick, Md. we,re Sunday guests wi:th" Mr. and Mrs. CaPtain Rodgors a~nd family. ,Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Walden :and f~amily (If Neersviile, Vs. were Sunday visiSors witth Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pen,well and family. L~tt~e Rhond,a ,~l~,itlt~ ~,taubs, A,n evens of nation wide im,port ante, ~he 100~h anniversary of .the ~amed J(~hn Brown raid, is sche- duled ,for Harpers Ferry Shi,s fall. The observance is set for She same four days, October 1,5 So 18, th,at a century ago, Brown 'led a sm~l'l group of fol:lowers in an aS~ck on ,the federal arsenal and armory. Don Crisiip, executive director of the Industrial and ~FublicA:ty Com.m~ssion, poinSed out that 100 years ago, ,Brown's raid was a 9re- lude to ,the War be.tween the States and Sha$ the Harpers Ferry observance :~his year wil,l be a pro ~lude :to t~he .cenSermial observance of that ,war. One of the leading attractions to be staged during the observance w~l,1 be ~.the premier performances of a Shree-aet histories;1 drama depicting ,the life o'f ~rown. Titled "The Pr(~phet", it was written by Dr. ~Edwin ,Wal!lace Dace, Ass:istanS Professor of Drama ~at Sweet Briar College. It will be directed, produced and act- ed entirely by local ,people and wi,l'l be shown ~t She Harpers Ferry Hig,h School Audi.torium. Anot,her evens ,to be ifeaSured will be ,the re-enactment of the storming of John Brown's Fort by United States ,Marines. This mere orable incidenS wiN ,be re-lived on t'he same day it occurred a cen- tury ago, Sa.turday, October 17. Special exhibits, including an 1830 Tom Thumb engine and ,pas- senger oar, will be viewed by .the pu'blic during %hd $our-day period. The Harpers Ferry National Men ument 'area wil,1 ,be open as wen as an exhibit at the original John Brown Fort on ~,he old Storer Col lege cam~pus. The ,last .three days of the ob- servance have been given special designations. Friday will be known as Historian's Day; Sa.turday as Governor's Day; and Sunday as Homecoming Day. Concerts ~by .the Shepherd Col- lege Band and the high s~hool bands of :Harpers Ferry and Char ies Town will also be a fea~ture of the observance. Thousand's of We~t Virginians and residents of nearby states will jam the Mountain State's ~EasSern Pan~hand.le during this Fall's com- memoration. Further in:formation on .the cen- tennial may be o~tained from the and l=~.~blioiSy Co,remiss- ion or the Harpers Ferry Area Foundation. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- rffond St aubs was baptized at the even~ing worship on Sunday by t,he pas~or Roy. C. W. Lloyd. iMrs. Vaness~a Everhart and Mrs. Howard Cogle are the sick folks. BoSh have been Io,.'1 ,the sick list. We join in w~ishing ,for them a speedy recovery. IMrs. Luther Cogle was a paSien.t ,in K~ngs Daughters Hos,piSal "in Mar~nsburg for severa~ days. She is now at her home dmng fine. IA!ttle Sta:n~ey See Jr. celebrated ~his first birthday on S3:turday ,wi,~h a little party given by his mot(her Mrs. Violet See and grand mother Mrs. Margaret Cogie. Set oral li,ttlc fo~ks wens in and h~lp- ed him celebra,te.. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Vthi.thair and son Keibh of Ha~pers Ferry were Saturday guests wish She la.t Sers parenSs Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eve~hart and f,amily. !Mrs. 1V~ary Nuse and Mrs. Della ~Snider of Bolivar were cal'lers on Su,nday wi:Vh Mr. and Mrs. How- ~ard Eveffaart. Mr. and Mrs. l~land Stouts and Mrs. Leon,a Staubs of Ba~ISi- :more, Md. were visISors on Mo~]- day with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon St~u'bs and f~mA,ly. Double Life For Roofing Shingles Workmen razing old %uJldings ifrequen*ly saTv~ge A~bestos Cem- ent Rmoffing ~hingles and use ~t~hern again. They aotmally be- come stron,ger wi%h age. Good luck rarel$ comes unex- pected; usually, 1, is over-expect- ed. hat o4. .9 .eer? 4 OO0 WHY SEND YOU DO0 b4ci / o help 5er cio chores we wanf ii , to" know more "ol:x:x mis % dedri , So ol r te ra , dr or, ktax ml GET eUtt VAtUE from dl 6~ ~r NO O LIGATION NO / potomac EdJem Hagmtown, Md. e .. tm fw t.l,t Mil t ill r"l clm Um imhcl D e.a . wu,0 u np ,im -- iiili i .... iN i iii J i iiii - ........ - SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1959 5--H Euy Terms. Low Down Payment. LIber~ Tr&de-In, Come in Tod~yl CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., Inc. PHONE 225 CHARLES TOWN, W. V/k OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY AT DICKERSON, MARYLAND By virtue of the power of sale contained in the last will and testament of James Maurice Carlisle, St., late of Montgomery County, Maryland, deceased, and pursuant to the Order of The Orphan's Court for Montgomery County. Maryland, dated the 22nd day of July, 1959, the undersigned Executors will offer at Public Sale on the premises located on Mt. Ephrian Road, leading to Stronghold and Comus. about 1-mile North of Dickerson, in Montgomery County, Maryland, on SEPTEMBER 15, 16 and 17, 1959 BEGINNING EACH DAY AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D. S. T.) THE FOLLOWING TO-WIT; 120 -- HEAD DAIRY CATTLE -- 120 68 HOLSTEIN MILCH COWS, some freshened recently, some to freshen in late fall, some to freshen in late winter. balance in full flow of milk. 21 Bred Holstein Heifers for early freshening; 9 Holstein Heifers between 1 and 2-years old: 17 Holstein Heifers 1-year old; Pure Bred Holstein Bull; 1 Grade Angus Bull. Cows are bred to pure bred Holstein bulls, heifers bred to Angus bulls. This herd is vaccinated, T. B. and Bangs Accredited, last test within 30 days of sale, eligible for interstate shipment. Health sheet given with each animal. Loading chute available. This is a Hi$h Producing and Testing Herd, milk goes on Washington market. EQUIPMENT:--International Super "C" Tractor, No, 300 International Tractor with fast hitch; "H" Tractor, Super MTA Tractor, Leader Tractor, New Holland No. 77 Baler. International 6-ft. motor driven Combine; International corn binder with loader; John Deere motor drivcn field choppe,'; Paper power take-off chopper: International blower witi~ 100- ft. pipe; John Bean hay conditioner, International 2-ro~ mounted corn picker; Smoker 50-ft. barn conveyor, Smoker 3t~ ft. elevator, 20-ft. elevator, 21-ft. grain augur. 2 International low down wagons on rubber; New Idea low down wagon on rubber; 2 90-bushel New ldea manure spreaders; horse drawn manure spreader, International manure loader, ensilage cutter, 2 7-ft. "V" type International mowers; International pull-type corn planter; Danzer post hole digger, New Idea pull-type mowers; 2 sets cultivators for "H" tractor: set cultivators for "C" tractor; 3 wagon unioadet:s, motor and tail gates; Oliver disc drill, International blue grass seeder. Van Brunt disc drill, Fairbanks Morse Hammermill. 2 high-pressure spray- ers on rubber: mounted sprayer, fast hitch harrow, fast hitch plow, John Deere lb~l~,t~reader on rubber: lnternatienad offset heavy disc on rubber; straight disc, I 10-ft. and 1 8-ft. spring- tooth harrows; 2 2row cultipaeker, Oliver 14-inch trailer plow on rubber; McCormick-Deering 3 bottom 12-inch fast hitch plow; John Deere 14-inch plow; New Idea 4-bar rake, lntel- national new-type rake, hog house. All of the above machinery in A-1 condition, some nearly new. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT:--Motors of all sizes; Crafts- man 10-inch table saw with stand; 2 heav.v duty air compres- sors and motors; several vises, portable oil tank, 2 anvils, drill press with motor; set of pipe dies, 4 grinders with motors; V2-ineh Black & Decker drill, 3 battery chargers, Ja~'ks of all sizes, Hydro mechanics jack, Pressure operated heavy dut,x grease and oil equipment; power take-off chain saw; log chains of all sizes; power belts of various sizes; heavy duty trouble, extension and drop cords, all sizes; 2 platform scales, spark plug cleaner, 1934 Junk Chevrolet Conpc; metal shelving, Lumber of all sizes and deseriptions~ paints of all kinds. 3/4 h.p. air compressor. Commercial type grease outfit; lot ot new and used hardware, lot of asbestos shingles~ and buildhlg supplies; hopper and controls for stoker; bolts of all sizes: 2 40-ft. extension ladders, 2 ~/t-in. electric drills; 40-ft. endless belt. Lot of miscellancous shop tools too numerous to men~ tion, both power-driven and otherwise. TRUCKS:--1958 Studebaker 1(2 Toll Truck, cattle racks; 1949 Studebaker 1~ Ton Truck, stake body; 1951 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton Truck with racks, less than 10,000 miles; 1957 2-Door Pontiac Catalina; 1948 4-Door Packard (9,000 miles); Army 2-Ton Trailer on rubber. DAIRY EQUIPMENT:--400 Gal. Majonerier Milk Tank complete with controls; 5 Unit DeLaval Milkers, complete; Hotpoint 82-gal. Electric Water Heater; 3-Section Wash Tank: strainer, 2 feed carts, large watering troughs, 40 Washington type milk cans Miscellaneous Dairy Equipment of all,kinds. FEEDS & GRAIN :---10,500 Bales Hay. 2,200 Bales Straw sold by the ton; 400 Barrels of Ear Corn. HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT:--2 Kelvinator Refrig- erators, 10 and 12 ft.; Zeigler house heater, heatalator, new 2-ton air conditioner, new window fan, new large fan on pedestal; 2 new TV tables, Combination Radio and Phono- graph, electric adding machine, electric hedge trimmer, elec- tric meat slicer, lot of new Linoleum Rugs. electric lamps, lot of new kitchen cabinets, all sizes; lot of dishes, glass- ware and cooking utensils, Several Radios. Many Miscellane- ous Articles. . AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:--This is one of the best equipped farms in Montgomery County. and all of the above in ex- cellent condition. ORDER OF SALE:--ON TUESDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 15, 10 O'CLOCK A. M., ALL CATTLE, DAIRY EQUIPMENT, HAY, STRAW, EAR CORN AND FEEDS WILL BE SOLD. ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 10 O'CLOCK A. M., HEAVY MACHINERY AND POWER DRIVEN PIECES WILL BE SOLD. ON THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17, I0 O'CLOCK A. M,, HOUS'EHOLD EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS ARTI- CLES WILL BE SOLD. TERMS OF SALE:--As prescribed by Court, CASH with Clerk on Sale Day and no property removed until paid for. The Ladies of Dickerson Methodist Church Will Serve Lunch and Refreshments. FANNY C. ENSOR, JAMES IV[. CARLISLE, JR., Executors DICKERSON, MD. W. JEROME OFFUTT, Attorney NULL AND NULL, Auectioneers Frederick. Md. MERHLE N. WACHTER, Clerk ON THURS'DAY. SEPTEMBER 17, at the same time and place, I, the undersigned, will offer for sale the following:-- Wilson 25ft. Upright 2-Door Freezer: 10-Piece Oak Dining Room Suite; 3-Piece Living Room Suite, 1 i~rge Buffet, 1 china closet, 1 server, several rockers, lot el bedroom furniture, 3 wardrobes, 9x12 summer rug, large assortment of new electr~ lamps and clocks; 2 new Rotisseries. 1 electric meat slicer, 1 adding machine, lot of dishes, glassware, jardiners. flower pots, etc. Many Miscellaneous Articles. TERMS :---CASH. MRS. MAURICE CARLISLE, SR., Owner September 10 - lt