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CHARt[S TOWN WATER D PARTMEN FINANCIAL STATEMENT FISCAL YEAR ENDING+ JUNE 30, 1966 OPERATING FUND RECEIPTS Cash balance July 1, 1965 2,244.39 Water rents & D~sc. 76,055.86 Mis. co]~lec~ion & refund 7,243.22 Trans. from Con. Fund 6,423.15 Trans. from Depre. Fund 19,500.00 Bmili~ 12,725•05 Int. earned 141.54 12,866.59 122,088•82 Sewer & Garbage (Collect~ns) 26,095.81 Total 150,429.02 DISBURSEMENTS Total orders i~ued 145,383.25 , , ut Cash Balance 6-30-66 5,045.77 State Sinking Fund 7,888.54 Depreciation Fund 1,959.16 Investment: Deprecation Fund 6,851.96 J Total Depreciation Fund 8,811.12 S te Compensation Com- missioner 30.00 Petty Cash Fund 10.00 Total _C~sh Balance 6-30-66 21,785.43 CLASSIFIED DISBURSEMENTS July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 ADMINISTRATIVE SALARIES" (NET) J. Rabert Cain, Supt. 5.183.97 SALARIES OF ASSISTANTS & CLERKS (NET) Malt K. Payne 2,309.68 Marie L. Ringe 2,308.68 Helen N. Slusher 2,041.17 6,659.53 LABOR - PLANT & WATER LINES (NET) ]terbert McDaniel 3,319.26 Jacob M. Hehle 2,952.46 Danny E. Wilt 1,656.58 Roger Gaskins 178.19 8,106.49 JANITOR'S SALARY (NET) Mandy Alger 213.29 AUDIT EXPENSE Charles F. Prin~z, C. P. A. 1,801A0 State Tax Commissioner , 346.88 2,148.28 ADMINISTRATIVE & GENERAL EXPENSES J. Robert Cain 599.60 STATIONERY & OFFICE EXPENSE C. Manning Smith - box refit 6.00 C. Manning Smith - Postage 65.78 Cager~ons 54.09 Burroughs Corp. 27.50 Lennon Advertising Co. 4.65 Pffer Stationery & Office Supply 13.30 Russell C. Miller, Jr. 57.50 Pt!bl ing do. 69.051K b]e 0il Co. 5.04, + + ± +up Ma er Charlie Luca returned, 39.75: good butcher c, Ive , 30.0{} SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Jefferson tobacco t~o. 10.15[American Equip. Co, 25.97 ~u-~H to her home in Hurt, Va., Monday to 34.75; medium butcher calves, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 Valley Hardware Co. 2.89]Myers Coal Co. 4{;.32 gll PllN after having spent the last eight Pauls Super Market 5.39[Gen.eral Wrecking Co. 13.60 amaaaval weeks with his ~'andparents, Mr. 26.00 to 29.75; thin calves, 25.75 down; heavy calves, 23.00 to 32.00. Mrs. (: J: J..Newberry Co. 1.19 [Whitmore Lumber Co. 66.81 Mrs. Austin Nieodemus and Mrs. C. E. lIammond and Blue head grade lambs, 24.30; , ,, "~kr~-~.~ ~lb~:::$ ~mcK & eager 1.20[Fred F. Hammond 10.00 ....... + ........ ~ aunt Mrs Camilla Wiltshire Magazine. , Publishing. Co. 5•001Am'brose Machine Sho,-~, 11.~'8- ~" "-" -~ ~vtr.'" + anu' '" lvirs.'" hey" Snzrmy::;'" " • anu" red head grade lambs, 22.60; red ,, -- - ,k~,~.~-,,--~,,-~.,~'[ ] Sunday a v SflCo CUt Przce Store .991Kennedy Valve & Mfg. Co. 23.59 Promoted to Sergeant Mr and Mrs Bryan Houser anent shoulder grade lambs, 20.00; LOOK lot t ZnU eed Bank Of Charles Town: [Joseph G. Pollard Co. 9.68 Cpl. Donnie Ceravalo, son of Friday in Cumb-eriand, Md, with butcher ewes, 3.00 to 7.00; stock Checks 25.54[J. Edward Magaha 16.65 Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo who their brother-in-law, Mr Charles ewes per head, none. i BLUE R~B~O~ ~ ~ed a let~ Night DeposR bag 6.00[CharLton Bros. 1732 has been stationed at Cha Lai Furtn~v " " • Good butcher hogs, 23.70 to _. +~ =~ ....... - ~ nci o~ m 31.54]Ford Meter Box Co. 292:30 Viet Nam for the last eight Mrs-'Tom Fen ..... 24.10; medium butcher hogs, _ -- ~-'~--~"~l~ chmond, h -- ! Fo~tz Mfg & Supply Co 57 40 months has been promoted to -- . .. .. ton, ~erry~?lm, 23.00 to 23.60; heavy butcher hogs, ~ ~'~7]r~e~'I~][f~'~ .'~'~ en very bu ' • " • ser ean~ ......... va, Mrs JsrooKe tsiacKzorcl, - ~ ................. - ~ d taking c' 356.221 R. M. Smith 13.85 g t. lie wu~ go [o uKinawa Charles Town Mrs Willis Dear 20.00 to 22.75; butcher sows, 17.00 POSTAGE I Riehard R Feller Co 170 75 this week . .: ., !. .~ .+.... " to 18.50; heavy feeders and light " "-.. ,,... ,._... ,- ---- ~ ~les, and • ' • " lng, flume, va, mrs uaoel Tap- -~-- C. Manning Smith, P. M. 1,075.92 Tri-State Mobile Homes 29.10 Mr. and Mrs. William Wheizel scott Mrs J "City:'" ....... a but+her hogs, 2200 to 2300; In the"stay.fresh"bag! POWER & PUMPING+ IN. & W Railroad Co 2500 and son William, Jr, Mr and Mis '-i'l' " :: .... ): .... " .... shoats per hundred, 28.00 down; • ' " " ", M • " ." s ~ ~ zan myers were mncneon • - D Potomac Light & Power Co. I Mac s Welding Service 8.20 rs. Robert Miller of Gmthers- m~ests of Mrs C E ttamm--a pigs per ,head, up to 15.00; boars, ~ Plant) 4,421.41 The Biondi Bit & Drill Steel Co burg, Md., Mr and Mrs David an~ ;7 .. :;. :...,: _. . ?--, 15.00 down; sows and pigs, up to • .- -- - • .. :" . . uct vz ss t:amma wutsmre Samr- 85.00. LIGHTING 30.14 r~ousaen ana son uawa ~r., OZlda. " " Potomac Light & Power Co. I Cle~dening Motors Inc. 1.00 Shenandoah Junction were Sun- ~" . "A.M.--LivestockMiScellane°us Salessales Start1:30 11:08p.M. ;e'- Hillb cy'eme'er + (office) 46.88 H. c. Smmners Co. 298 day dinner guests at the home of IwiMnrhfs~3irl B~Irrym:~ia~ P~itioentitia~ I TELEPHONE [ Goode Brothers, Inc. 44.30Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and ' P Each Monday [ CDaUmem~: General Telephone Co. - Office Merchant-Noland Chev.31.66family. Whh3reehe w ltlis d:r o surgeryr 18S.901 Community Oil Co. 36.64 Mr. and Mrs. James Mercer, _. ".. : [ Plant 136.20 Gary. Arthur (refund water refit) Berryville, Va., Mrs. Herbert mMac°mptexe recovery. ATTEN I H CHARLES TOWN, W: VA. ]ust off R, --i 24•27Chamblin and son tterbert, Jr., iss Lillian Mlers returned to OFFERS FOR SALE SAT / 325.101Ladd Mill Outlet Store (refund of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis work at the Interwoven office, HEAT I sewer & garbage) 2.42Wiley of Berryville, Va., were Martinsburg, on Monday after NOn'ICE J. Empty Kable- office 153.53 Petty Cash 2.89Sunday guests at tbe home of Mr. having been indisposed the past 100--.- Plant 315.29 Roger Gaskins (equip. Hire) andily. Mrs. Thomas Wiley and fam- I tWOten byweeksa°m having been bit- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Mr• and Mrs. Lewis Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harries, of 468.82 OFFICE RENT City of Charles Town 600.00 INSURANCE Ranson Real Estate & Ins. Co. 1,450.94 RF~T FOR WATER LINE CROSSINGS N. & W. Railroad Co. 19.00 B. & O. Railroad Co. 18.00 37.00 PURIFICATION EXPENSE Mardey - Regan Chemicals, Inc. 1,440.30 La Matte Chemical Products 1.75 830.10 Charles Town Water Dept. (sewer) 17.04 J. Emery Kable Reimbursed by cry 2,268.21 Net gasoline used 189.71 2,457.92 9,492.11 WORKMENS COMPENSATION •. PREMIUMNS 95~4 FRANCHISE AGREEMENT Corporation of Ranson 200.00 TRANSFERS Charles Town Water Department Dopreci~ion Fund 3,900.00 BONDS & INTEREST 1,442.05 State Sinking Fund 30,199.35 NEW METERS SOCIAL SECURITY DEDUCrION Badger Meter Mfg. Co. 1,471.92 State AudRor PUBLIc UTILITY ASSESSMENT S. S. Deduction from salaries State Tax Commissioner 68.95 893.59 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES -- M~ching o C. T. Water Dept. EXPENSE Southern Meter & Supply 821,97 893.59 Frederick Trading Co. 1,746.19 1,786.98 Powhatan Brass & Iron Works] STATE WITHHOLDING TAX ' 199.68i State Tax Commissioner 151.75 Valley Hardware 100.89 Propst Plumbing & Heating 11.75 INTERN~ REVENUE Hagerstown Cash Register 355.20 SERVICE CommuaRy Auto Parts 136.49 Ranson Real Estate & Insurance 86.00 Jefferson County Motors10.90 RusseU C. Miller 408.00 Baltimore Office Supply 27.84 Addressograph. Multigraph Co. 2.08 Pifer Statiouery 14.45 Richard Dodson 24.00 Paul J, Hough 25.00 Beater Long, Inc. 138.92 BIF Industi-ies 6.38 Peoples Supply Farm Machinery 14.48 R. M. Hann 95.50 Federal Income Tax - Deduction 1,989.70 EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT PLAN W. Va. PubLic Employee Retire- ment System Employee - deduction from salaries 736.88 Charles Town Water Dept. - expenses 1,298.11 2,034.99 LAND PURCHASES Dixie-Narco Inc. 13,000.00 Clerk of Cmmty Court 175 granddaughter Debbie Griffith Hagersto~vn, Md., spent Sunday sent the ~oliday weekend in Bal- with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darr timore~ Md., at the home of their and Miss Mac Morris. dauL~ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mm/Herman Copley. Mr. Lewis Carroll and Mr. Her- man Copley attended the ball 'game on Monday at Baltimore Stadium. Mr. and Mrs. David Nicodemu s and daughter Lesa Kaye returned on Tuesday from Crisfield, Md., where they vacationed a few days at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tawes. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus attended the wedding of their niece, Miss Mary L~e Pope to Richard Yancy, McLaughlin, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o clock, Sept. 10 at Front Royal Presbyte- rian Church and attended the reception given by the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Pope following the ceremony in the Social Room of the churh. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hayward Hetzell ,of Morgantown, spent the weekend wRh Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Randolph Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., spent Sunday in Mount Jackson, Va., guests at the Home of Miss Effie Moore. Miss Elizabeth M. Smith had as her guest on Sunday Miss Jac queline Smith of Winchester, Va. and Miss Lucille Smith of Berry ville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. l~uzzy Carroll an( young son Ronnie of Shepherd town and Mrs. George Griffitl and daughter Debbie were Sur. day dinner guests at the home c Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll. Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson, of Wil- liamsport, Md., visited her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hill, of Luray, Va., visiled his brother, Mr. Jasper Hill, Sunday. -: __- ~.- _~-_:~ :- :_ _- Quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, Sept. 12, 1966. Receipts of all classes moder- ate, with a good demand for all butcher classes. Feature of sale was prime veal tap, 39.75. Choice butcher steers, none; good butcher steers, 23.50 to 25.00; plain to medium steers, 20.00 to 23.00; choice butcher heif- ers, 23.00 to 24.00; good butcher heifers, 21.00 to 22.75; plain to me- :lium heifers, 17.00 to 20.75; good bulls, 24.00 to 25.50; plain to me- iium bulls, 20.00 to 23.75; eom- nercial cows, 17.00 to 18.00; util- ty cows, 15.75 to 16.75; canners nd cutters, 15.50 down; cows by he head, up to 240.00; stocker nd feeder steers, 20.00 to 27.00; tock heifers and bulls by the end, up to 125.00. Choice to prime calves, 35.00 to Notice Of Sale Of Valuable Real Estate Badger Meter Mfg. Co. 706.74 Winchester Typewriter Co. 35.00 Anthony Johnson 11.00 Muetler Co. 21.39 Jefferson Hardware Co. 21.08 Southern Sta~s Coop. 1.44 Wallace & Tiernan 24.13 Shenandoa.h Air Conditioning Co. Roger Perry (writing deed) Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Brow~ 23.00 and daughter Jeannie of Under- Dixie - Narco, Inc. (taxes) wood Road, Roland Park, Balti- 25.41 more, Md., were recent visitors at the apartment of Mrs. J. Straith 13,050.16 Briscoe. Miss Jeannie Brown will enroll in University Denver TREASURY BILLS -- College in secretarial work• PURCHASED Mrs. William Whetzel and son FORMER VAN B. WILSON HOUSE AND LOTS CORNER OF CHURCH AND HUNTER STREETS, CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA. The undersigned Executor by JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA GUY R. AVEY, JR., AS ADMIN- ISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF LAURA VIRGINIA SANBOWER, DECEASED, Plaintiff VS. CIVIL ACTION NO. 816 BEATRICE SANBOWER CROWL and WALTER CROWL, her hus- band, ETHEL SANBOWER AVEY, widow, ANN SANBOWER GARDNER, w~dow, IRENE SAN- BOWER BUTTS, widow, JOSEPH Y. SANBOWER, widower, GEO- RGIA SANBOWER CARNEY, widow, LILLIAN SANBOWER HAYS and CLAYTON HAYS, her husband, JOHN W. SANBOWER, JR., widower, HERBERT L. SAN- BOWER and GLADYS SAN- BOWER, his wife, JACK G. SAN- BOWER and MARY SANBOWER +his wife, DAVID K. SANBOWER and HELENE SANBOWER, his wife, ROBERT SANBOWER and TEENA SANBOWER, his wife, MARGARET SANBOWER NAL- LEY and NEAL NALLY, her husband, CHARLES E. SAN- BOWF_~ and HELEN SANBOW- ER, his wife, HELEN SANBOW- ER MASTERS and J. LLOYD MASTERS, her husband, CHAR- LEE THOMAS FUNKHOUSER, an infant single, THE MELVIN T. STRIDER COMPANY, INC., a corporation, D. E. HENDRICKS, M. D., KINGS DAUGHTERS HOS- PITAL, and E. ELIZABETH MC- FETRIDGE M., D., and ALL UN- KNOWN CkEDITORS OF LAU-+ RA VIRGINIA SANBOWER, DE-, CEASED. I Defenaants I To the above named parthes and all creditors of Laura Vir- ginia Sa~zbower, deceased, includ- ing those holding liens by judg- ment or otherwise, on her real estate or any part thereof; In pursuance, of decree of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County West Virginia, made in a cause therein pending to subject the real estate of said Laura Virginia Sanbower, to the payment of her debts, including those which are Ranson Machine Works 104 E. Washington St. - Charles Town DIAL 725-7321 I t ,,,,| ATLANTIC ....... I. GASOLINE! V IMPERIA Belt Avenue -- Ranson, W. Va. TELEPHONE 725-2215 24.52 6.97 Bank of Charles Town 19,577•01 TOTAL EXPENDITURES -- CHARLES TOWN WATER DEPARTMENT 117,064.28 PAYMENTS TO CITY OF CHARLES TOWN Sewer 8,014.16 Garbage 20,304.83 28,318.99 Total current year orders issued 145,383.25 CONSTRUCTION FUND . RECEIPTS Cash balance JUly 1, 1965 r " 1,143.15 Withdmwels from investment 11,025.12 . earned on investment 506.49 11,531.61 of Gaithersburg, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and son El. wood, Jr., and Mrs. Robert Miller of GaRhersburg were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burkeley Richard and also Mrs. George Breeden, Sr., of Charles Town. virtue of the authority vested in liens on such real estate, or any him under the Last Will and Test part of it, you are hereby re- ament of Van B. Wilson, deceas- quired to present your claim to ed, duly probated and recorded the undersigned for adjudication in the Office of the Clerk of the at his office in the Citizens Office County Court of Jefferson County, in Charles Town, Jeff- West Virginia, in Will Book K, erson County, West Virginia on page -192, and having been re- or before the 23rd day of Septem- Mrs.. Austin Nicodemus spent quested so to do by Bank of ber, 1966; otherwise you may, by Sunday afternoon at the home of Charles Town, Committee of law, be excluded from all benefit her sister,and, Mr. Mary Guy Wilson, will offer for of such real estate. and Mrs. Da, llas Lester Kibler of e at public auction to the high- The above parties are further bidder at the front door of notified that in pursuance of said Boyce, Va. Recent guests at the apartment the Court House of Jefferson decree entered on the 16th day of Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe were Count, West Virginia, in Charles:of August, 1966, said use was Mrs. Bryan Benson Morton and Town, West Virginia, I referred to ,the undersigned com- daug~er Frances Lee of Eliza- ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, I missioner to take, state and re- bet~, New Jersey, Mrs. Charles 16th, 1966, AT 10:30 A. M., D. S. T. I port an account, showing: Strider, Mrs. Warren Smith of of those fwo certain lots or l (1) What personal estate the Charles TOwn, Mrs Robert Ran- parcels of land, situate in the said Laura Virginia Sanbower dolph Smith and Mrs. Austin Ni- Eastern Section of Charles Town, ! owned at the time of her death, codemus. Jefferson County, West Virginia,, the character and value thereof. • ,, improved by a bungalow, known l (2) What disposition, if any, --U-_-U:-_-S-?: ....... as Lots Numbers 47 and 48 onwas made of said personal estate the plat of the Rebecca Hunter by Guy R. Avey, Jr., Administrat- 12,674.76 Heir's Addition to Charles Town, ~ or of the Estate of Laura Virginia DISBURSEMENTS which said pla~ was made by Jas. Sanbower, deceased, and how Total orders issued 12,190.21 K. Hendricks, S. J. C., in June, much, any, of said personal 1903, and is recorded in said estate is now in the hands of 484.55 Clerk's Office i~ Deed Book 97, said Guy R. Avey, Jr., as Adm4n- nvestment (U. S. Treasury Miss Lfllian Myers page 394. Said lots fronting-re- istrator, available for the pay- 91 day bills) 8295.71 .....~ .... 5--= _- .... -__ . spectively 56 and 66 feet on East ment of any debts owing from the Club Meeting or Church Street E ended, and Estate of said Laura Virginia San- Total cash balance 6-30-66 extending back with parallel sides bower. 9,380.26 The Jefferson Home Demon. 159 feet along Hunter Street to (3) A settlement of the admin- CLASSIFIED DISBURSEMENTS stration Club met at the home of an afley in the rear, being the istration of the Estate of said July 1, 1965 to Sune 30, 1966 Miss Camilla WiRshire and Mrs. same lots which were conveyed deceased by Guy R. Avey, Jr., her SALARIES NET C.E. Hammond for the Septem- to the said Van B. W.tlson by L.F. Administrator. Roger Gaskins 20.79 ber meeting. Wilson and wife by deed dated (4) What debts said Laura Vir- EQUIPMENT HIRE Mrs. J. H. Daniels opened the the 8th day of March, 1920, and ginia Sanbower owed at her Roger Gaskins 168.00 meeting with devotions• The les- of record in said Clerk's Office in time of her death, to whom they MATERIALS & EXPENSE son, "You, Your Weight and Your Deed Book 118, page 290. are payable, their nature and Jones & Laughlin Steel 8.05 Food," was lead by Mrs. Fred Said lots improved by five their respective amounts and prim- LAND PURCHASE Hosfeld. She spoke of the desir- room bungalow, 2 bedrooms, bath, rity. Dixie-Narce, Inc. 5,000.00 able weight for a person in good kitc~hen, di~ room, hall, attic (5) What real estate was owned health and how the individual's and basement, o[1 heat. Excellent by the said Laura Virginia San- I REFUNDS ', TAPS ON WATER weight affects the way he feels, location. ,bower at the time of her death, I LINES Everyone's diet should consist TERMS OF SALE: One third its fee simple and rental value, [George M len 71.37 of milk, meat, fruit, bread and cash on day of sale, balance the liens .thereon, their amounts ' A D. Jones 206.00 Hill - Dale Inc. 257.50 cereals. Overweight is caused by in two equal installments, eviden- and priorities. Thomas Clark 35.35 earring more food than the body ced by the notes of the purchaser (6) and such other matters as needs. A good diet satisfies the bearing even date with day of any party in interest may require, TRANSFERS appetite . Proteins help this. As sale, payable on or before one and the same being pertient or such one grows older he should eat two years after date respectively, other matters as said Commission- Charles Town Water Dept. less fats, starohes and sweets. The bearing interest from date at six er may kteem pertinent, whether (Reimbursement to Operating club members took part in a dis- (6) per cent per annum, payable so requested or not. Fond) ' cusston on the lesson. During the semi-annually, secured by deed And said parties wiU take not- 6,423.15 meeting the following meetings of trust upon the property sold, ice that on the 23rd day of Septe- [Total current orders issued : were announced: Sept. 17, Camp and assignment of fire insurance mher, 1966, at my office in the Frame dinner; October 3 and 10, in a reasonable amount upon the Citizens Office Building, in Char- I 12,190 21 Sept. 15-1,t. ' Driver Retaining workshop; Nov. building thereon, with the privi- les Tmvn, Jefferson County, West 1, Achievement Day banquet; No- lege to the purchaser of paying Virginia, I Will proceed to exe- vemher 16, Christmas Ideas, Miss all cash on day of sate or increas- cute said decree at 10:00 A. M. Margaret Flickinger. ing the cash payment as he may D. S. T. You are hereby required Following the meeting delicious desire. Purchaser to pay 1967 to present your claims to the refreshments were served by the real estate taxes, undersigned on or before said hostess assisted by Mrs+ James The undesigned Executor re- date, otherwise you may be, by Hammond. serves the right to reject any and law excluded from all benefits of Mr. Jesse Boyd, Mr. and Mrs.all bids, ,if in his opioion the such estate. Jimmy Boyd, Carol Ann Boyd, amount bid is inadequate or tot Given under my hand this 2rid Suzanne Myers and Danny Boydcontinue said sale to a later date. day of September, 1966. attended the Shepherdstown and John C. Skinner, Executor of/ MARK B. WETZEL Romney football game in Romney Van B. Wilson, deceased.1 Commissioner in Chancery [ Saturday afternoon. Aug. 25. 4-t. Sept. 8-3,t. On Monthly Installment Plan FOUR GRAVES LOT -- $280.00 Payable $27,00 Dow Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $23.00, Per Month SINGLE GRAVE LOT -- $75.00 Payable $9.00 Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month NO BURIAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL COMPLETE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. 30 cows which ha milk and heifers $I 30 days given. So average ] by W. W calf. This with a wi TERMS- MORRO~ MORELA ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE YEAR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL AT SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE EAST CONGRESS STREET, Charles Town, W. Va. 849 Ken FOR COMPLETE DETAILS Discontinuing farming we will sell the following on the formerly known as the J. WLWare Farm, located 2 miles Shepherdstown on Shepherd Grade Road on: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th, 1.966 AT 10 A. M. 23--Head of Dairy Cows--23 3 Holstein cows in full flow of milk; 3 Holstein cows freshen by day of sale; 2 Guernsey co~s will freshen in bet; 1 Ayshire cow will freshen in December; 10 Holstein milking will freshen in December; 2 Holstein heifers freshen in December; 1 Holstein heifer possibly field bred; Holstein Bull 1~ years old. T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual certiflca~es Will be given. Farm Machinery, Etc. 1 Farmall H Tractor; 1 Super C Tractor; 1 McCormick 45 Hay Baler with Wisconsin Motor; 1 Single row Deering corn picker; 1 P. R.; 1 McCormick Deering 52 R with motor; 1 McCormick wagon with bed; 1 New Wagon with bed (5 Ton); McCormick 3 bar Side Rake; 1 No. Tractor Mower for Super C Tractor; 1 2-Bottom 12 inch for Super C Tractor; 1 Cultivator for Super C Tractor; Mounted Corn Planter for Super C Tractor, practically Manure Loader with bucket for Super C Tractor; 1 DeeHng 10-7 Grain Drill; Oliver 2-Bottom 12 inch Raydex on rubber; 1 &foot pulverizer (Brillon); I International Manure Spreader on Steel; 1 McCormick Heavy duty 6 Disc Harrow; 1 32-ft. Ruth conveyor with 1 IL P. Motor raising); 1 Old Tlme 2 H. P. Falrbanks Morse Gasoline 1 Spring Tooth Harrow, 22 Teeth; 2 Land drags; 1 Truck; 1 Pump for H Tractor; Tractor Seed Sower;, 1 Mandle & Saw on Wheels; 1 HomeHte Chain Saw; 1 Electric Sheep Clippers with extra knives and grinder; I fan; Corn Sheller; l.Man Bushman Hand Saw; 1 Bag 1 Anvil; 1 Forge American Wire Stretchers; 2 Hand Stretchers; Block and Fail; Single Shovel Laying-Off Forks; Scoops; Hammers; Axes; Scythes; Shovels; Log Cha/~; De-Homers; Grease Gun; Self-Filler for Grease Gun; Grease; Belts; Rope; Cow Chains; Digging Irons & Rammers; Cross,~t Saws; Pony Halter; 1 Double Emery; Lot Grain Saclm; 1 Wheel" barrow; Hog Troughs; 100.ft, 220 Electric Cord; 50.ft, Duty Electric Cord; 1 24-ft, ladder; Some Junk. Other article / too numerous to mention. Dairy Equipment MeCormizk Milker pump & pipeline with 2 units; 10 can Cooler; 1 Single Wash-Up Tank; 14-10 Gal, Milk Cans; Pails & Strainer; Feed Chest. Feed 300-400 Bales of Oats & Barley Straw. Any clover or hay left by day of sale. Furniture 1 Meal Master Cook Stove,, White Enameled, +Coal or Wood; 1 Warm Morning Heater, Model 400; 1 Warm Morning Heater, Model 818, all in excellent condition; 1-20 in. Rotary Mower; 1 Set Car Top Carriers, New; 1-7.65 M. M. Manser Rifle with 32 rounds of hunting amino. R. A. & M. L. Shepherdstown Fire Auxiliary will serve unch. TERMS--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for, MORROW & MILLER; Auctioneers m HENSELL & FURR; Clerks Not responsible for accidents on premises. At the same time and place and on the same terms, I will sell the following: 11 ewes and i Thoroughbred Hampshire ram; 1 L-H. P. Dei" co electric motor, practically new. Mrs. JUNE E.