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, ,,,, , ,, , , 100: medium butcher calves 24- i,e homo ilo lcador aack l,ent speak," s,i " V" ,,Cam'*'e" " ' ' r .... 100 to 27.00; thin calves 23.00 down Catrow. Two :~ew members were his company had been been very I I i! , I I t I [heavy calves 22.00 to 28.00; welcomed into the club, Connie successful wit'h i.ts' investments ,,, , ,, , luo head grade iambs 2350: Barton and haron Halloway and is m king some money for Perform Confirmation II I J red head grade lambs 21.70; red New ofticers were elected for .t'helits membership. Tile quo.ta~ions of The Bhle Rid it,her ewes up to 6.00; stock ewe~ Fannie Catrow; Vice president, I L P t ~ R 7 ,e Livestock Sa,es Chalies per head none; enev.,veSecretary. Nan, M, rr rtt Bvr r ion ,. ova, Church n | T~wn, Monday, September 14, [ Good butcher hogs 14.25 to 15.- cy Blue; Treasurer, Edward Mc-[ rNJ,, ,~.~ ~,,n ,I ,,,i 1959. 100; med,ium butcher hogs 13.50 to Kee; Reporter, i~lsie Knighten; ] Lm / m .... ~ .~: Receipts or cattle and hogs l14.25: heavy butcher imgs 13.00 /Song Leader. Dickie Brown andI N lm0(! m rll/,lNr fit heavy w:ith a good demand for all ~to 14.00 butcher sows 10.00 to Recreatic.n Leader Patricia Knight I ............ ci~ice veal and hogs. ]13.00; heavy feeder.~ and light bu~ en; Home Comcilors. Mrs James~ _ .. ...... Feature of ~a]e was cows steady, ]cher hogs 12.50 to 14.00; shoats Blue, Mrs. Edward McKee, Mrs. ] ~n~h~h ~, ~h~h~rd veal too $3425 " [per hundred 16.75 down; pigs per 'Charles Brown Mrs Waiter Kni-f " --,ghten ,and Ml':~. Winton Viands"]] ......... ........... Iff .... j i Choi~'e butcher steel's none; ]head 9.25 down; heavy boars 6:00 ,~...~^. ~M., .~.~,. o .......... ~ ~s' I lne appomtme,nt o, lVll'S ~'l'eo- good butcher steel-s 23.00 to 25.00; Ito 7:45: st~}gs none: sows and plg:~ i l=~,~er ,~,,'s. ~,~ ,~,~,'~,~ ~,,~ ~"-I " " ' enck O Byrer as mst,xlctor m 's~stant leadel, Mrs. Ralph Renaud . " . " " plain to medium steers 20.00 ,oI Inn/~; stock ooars 8.00 t:.o !2.O0.,,, [ Enrollment cards were given to Enghsh at ShepherdCollege for 22.50"......... (hoice butchel heifels 24 - ,,tts(.ettaneous, . . ~atcs., . .start ~t',,. / ILne coming year has oeen announ 00 to 25.00; good butcher heifers IA. M.-L~vestoek Sales 1:30 P. M. memoers presenL uc[o~er meet- . " . ling to be held at "the home of aim Iced by President Ohver S. Iken- 217.00 to 23.00: plain to medium leach Monday. l mie Richard Nancy a,ndMary [ "" s B .... f -- heifers 18.00 to 20.00; good bulls [ Annual l:ail Feeder Cattle and' uerry ~ll~n RINo ' " I Mr., yrer, uIne wl,e o a unar- 22.50 to 24.20; plain to medium [Calf Sale Friday. October 16 ............... lies. re" wn attorney, will ...... ~n tne va bulls17.00 t,o 22.00; commercial ] ~ i ~ learner created by the resignation CoWs 18.00 to 19.50; utility cows[ ~,,nP|e~ ~|~l~t~^~ i l^^ ~|~mu~ tJ~m|~$^~ [of Dr. Louise Johnson who accep- 17100 t'~)1800; canners and cu'tter:s I JUlIII3~ II~:I~IIIJUIIIt/UU ! L~U ~IUIII~[;/ IIUIIIIIIGICU I ted a positien on the faculty of 16.75 dow,~; cows by the head ul)] ! " ]Harris Teachers College in St. ~o 206.00; sleeker and feeder [~|,~ ~n|'l~e ~ V~l~ ~,,~/ ~|~n|e ~e|~n~ ]Louis, Me. Dr. Johnson tendered s~eers 22.00 to 26.00: stock heifers [~llJl~ l~/l~l[llln/.G;,.~ /Vl /~,Ul IlI~1~/ Itl~UIIl~) /I~)IU~.IIII [:her resignation because of illness and bulls by the head up to 176.00. [ i lin her immediate family. Choice to prime calves 32.00 toI The Sunrise Neighborhood 4-H i Nomination of officers for tile[ The newly appointed English in 34.25; good butcher calves 28.00 to club held its regular meeting a~ year and a talk by Charles Clen- [structor is a native of Mt. Hope, .......................... Ill-Ill " Illl ......... :tenning. Jr. on small investing IV. Vs. and the mother of two loa,n companies, featured the reg-]children. A member of the Meth UILDIHG C R REMODELIH ,,,,. weekly dinner meeting of the ,odist Church, she has been active Charles Town Kiwanis Club held [in the D. a. R., U. D. C., Charles [ at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel ]Town-~a,nson P. T. A. and the I~ri RT. REV. WILBURN CAMPBELL thursday evening, Sept. 10. [day Book Club. She served as a The Rt. Rev. Wilburn C. Camp- The nominating committee re- ]member of the executive board bell, Bishop of t, he Protestant E pis ~ommended the following officers, and as program chairman for the copal Diocese of West Virginia, C A L L :or the ensuing year. President Ip. T.A. will make an official visitatic,n in Leo Widmyer, Vice President, All A graduate of West Virginia Un Zion Church Sunday, September Nerhood; Sect'y-Treas., Joe Chris[iversity, she received the bachelor 20 to perform the right of Con- ROSE JENSEN tai,n. They also nominated the follof arts degree in1943 wi~h a ma- firmation at the ll A. M. sezTice. lowing members for Directors: J. [jor in speech and a minor in Fren i "'Confirmation is a public afti- I Burns Huyett. Max Brown, Ros-[ch. Later in 1949 s,he received the rm~tion of faith in Christ and coo Payne and Ernie Siler. ]master of arts degree in English : Confirmation, or the laying on of .Mr. Clendening, president of the ]from t'he same institution. At the GENERAL CONTRACTOR ae~erso,~ Investors Com,pany, said[University she was a member of these small loans companies have ]Alpha, Psi Omega, an ho,norary been springi,qg up all over the lsociety in speech. FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING Call Martinsburg Collect AM 3-9411 TWO DAY PUBLIC SALE CONDUCTED BY NULL & NULL AND BOWLUS, AUCTIONEERS. By virtue of the power of sale contained in the last will and testament of Barbara B, Sabine, late of Montgomery County, Maryland, deceased, and pursuant to the order of the Orphan's Court of Montgomery County, Maryland, dated the llth day of August, 1959, the undersigned Executor's will offer at public sale on the premises located midway between Gaithersburg and Laytonsville (Route 124) Montgomery County, Maryland" on SEPTEMBER 25 and26, 1959 BE(~INNING EACII DAY AT 10f00 O~CLOCK A. M. (D. S.T.) THE FOLLO~rlNG TO-WIT: 135 .... HEAD 'OF LIVESTOCK .... 135 71 HEAD MILUiI COWS, 65 are Holsteins, and 7 are Guern- seys. 30 of these cows have freshened within the last weeks, some are springers, balance in full flow of milk. 12 Holstein bred heifers, 23 Holstein heifers 1-yr. old; 11 Hol- stein started heifer calves, 1 Registered Holstein Bull from Mr. Edward Frye's herd ,with a show record, which was pur- chased at The Gaithersburg Fair, This Herd vaccinated, T. B. and Bang's aecredited, last test within 30 days of sale. Eligible for interstate shipment. Loading chute available, He~tlth sheet given with ea~ch animal 18 HEAD HOGS:---1 Chester Sow with 11 pigs, 10 weeks old, 1 Chester Bred Sow, 5 Shoats," weighing about 50 pounds each. MACHINERY .... 5 TRACTORS 5 3 "II" Farmall Tractors, 1 "M" Farntall Tractor, Super "C" Farmall Tractor, "lI" tra~tor mower, 1948 l[~.z Ton Studebaker Dump Truck, MeCormick-Deering 6-ft. Combine with motor; New Idea single row corn picker; Papec field harvester, John Beane hay crusher, 2 Joht~ Boone tractor 14- hole lime spreaders; Allis Chalmers side delivery rake, 77 Super New Holland Baler, 16-hole International grain drill, John Deere 9-A corn planter with fertilizer attachment; Dan country. He said the club which he heads has been operating for the past several years and tha~ i,t has 15 members, each o,f whom pay into the club $10.00 per ,mon- th. This money is invested largely in common stocks which are sold when they show a substantial pro fit, and are replaced by other .stocks that have a promising fut- ure. He said tha,t this system en- ables a ma,n to save a little money each month, and watch his invest * A LASTIN( TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION, A Rock o/Age, Memorial! Th, whol, msrt of memo..' rial art I~ to eommemorato the personality and ccom- plkhrnents of n individual or fmily. Rock of Ages) skilled design staff translat~ theee ceomplishments into beutiful memorial design~ There k no KULR ~ wy to show yott~ o devotiou to loyal MARTINSBURG GRAHITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Va. ILock ot'Al monummek Hauser post hole digger, cut-off wood sa~, Dumoor manure loader, John Deere 2 bottom 14-inch gang plow on rubber; ensilage blower complete, alfalfa spraying rig, Smoker elevator: ~c ~%P~P~P~~ J~P ~ English chain harrow, 2 14-inch International gang plows; ~ [) McCormick-Deering cultipacker with seeder; John Deere side delivery rake, International heavy dut~ disc harrow, New ~ t Idea manurf spreader on rubber; 3 low down wagons with beds and racks, on rubber; 2 bottom 12-is~eh "C" gang plow: mower for "C,' tractor; cultivators for "H'" tractor: Harley- l)avidson Motorcyfle, 10 h. p. electric 3 phase motor with starter on skids; Papec feed grinder, 100-ft. of track with a 2-ton and [/~ ton hoist; 3 feed racks. 1 ton 10 x14 haler wire; 50 pound Brower feed mixer with 1 h.p. moto,r; lot iron pipe fence braces, 200 locust posts, lot of new 14-gauge fenc- ing wire. miscellaneous paints, butchering equipment, in- eluding electric sausage grinder; 3 h.p. 2-phase electric motor; 2 h.p. 3-phase electric motor. COMPLETE SHOP EQUIPMENT Hundreds of Miscellaneous Articles. DAIRY EQUIPMENT:--DeLaval 400-gallon Milk Tank complete: 6 DeLaval Milking Uni'ts, DeLaval 8-Unit Milk Pump, "Lookout" 29 h.p. oil burning boiler; Rheem glass lined 52-gallon electric water heater: 30 can sterilizer. 3 sec- tion wash tank. nearly new; 2 section wash tank, 10t of Wash- ington type milk cans 2 rubber tire feed carts. 1 feed cart, iron wheels, rubber tire wheelbarrow, miscellaneous dairy eo~ipment. XI.L FEEDS AND GRAIN LEFT ON SALE DAY. Miscellaneous Household Furniture (Some Anti- oues). Modern Underwriters Iron Safe, Also 1 Ad- ding Machine. ORDER OF SALE:--On Friday, September 25, l0 O'Clock A. M. All Cattle, Dairy Equipment and Feeds Will Be Sold. On Saturday, September 26, 10 O'Clock A. M. Heavy Machinery, Power Driven Pieces, Tools, Household Equipment and Miscellaneous Articles Will Be Sold. TERMS OF SALE:--As prescribed by Court, CASII wih Clerk on sale day and no property removed until paid for. The Ladies of St. Martin's of ~;aithersburg "~'fll .Serve Lunch and Refreshments. LEE C. MILLER, JAMES R. MILLER, E ecutors OF TIIE ESTATE OF BARBARA B. SABINE, Deceased. MILI,ER AND MILLER, Attorneys Rockville, Md. NULL & NU~LL AND BOWLUS, Auctioneers. Frederick, Md; H. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. :September 17 - It. IN THE MERRY, MERRY MONTH OF ... When you least expect it, a serious accident could threaten~ you with heavy financial loss. Over 780,- 000 such accidents occur in the U, S. each month. Be sure you have funds for unexpected medical bills caused by accidents. Call us about /Etna Ac- cident insurance. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 m imt~ ~lt J 1943 to 1947 she taught ~ From English and other s~bjects ~t Mt. Hope High School in Fayette County. She was a mem~ber of the West Virginia Univel:sity English Department from 1947 to 1949. Vickers Family Holds Reunion Haoerstown City Park :Sept. 6 Desce.ndants of the l~vte Mr. and Mrs. William Vickers of Jefferson county ,gathered in their annual reunion Sunday, Sept. 6 at City Park in l~Iagerstown, Md. with a picnic lunch being served at 12:30 after invocation by Miss Becky Vickers. Later in the after,.noon business was carried on with singing "West Virginia Hills", "'My Maryland". Carry Me Back to old Virginia". and "Smile a While". A poem was read by ,Miss Becky Vickers. The oldest members present were Mr. Allen Hawkins from Wardensville, Mr. Clarence Athey from Roanoke Vs., Mr. Robert Vicke]~ from Hag- erstown, Md.. The oldest family ,traveling the lo,agest distance was Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Athey and daughter of Roanoke, Vs. Recen,t married couples were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, younges~ babies pres ent were Sharon Lynn, little dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. William Am 'brose Jr. of Shepherdstown; Wil- liam Thomas, li,ttle son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sites; De,hie Lynn, lit tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Vosch; Kathy Jean, little dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mot tan Jr. Officers elected for .the fol lowing two years were president Retinal ~ickers of Hagerstown, Md.; vi:ce president, Elmer Vick- ers, Kearneysville; sec.-treas., 'Mrs. Gl,adys Lumm of Hagerstown, Md. reporter for West Virginia, Mrs. Ag,nes W. Vickers, Charles Town reporter for Maryland Mrs. Harry Lumm ,St. The meeting closed wibh the Lords Prayer with all en joying a bountiful dinner and meeting relatives and friends a- gai n. hand.% in the Anghcan Commu;~- SPIItiT OF .JEFFERSON FARMERS_ ADVOCATE ion rite treasured since the days of the Apostles" Bishop Campbell 6~B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959 said. Following the service of Con- firmation Bishop Campbell will preach. The Rev. Stanley F. Hauser, Rec BLAKELEY for of Zion ChurCh, stated that t~he classes of instruction for those to be confirmed would be comple- ted this week and that he is en- couraged by the large number of persons i,r~ a,ttendance. $ A cordial invitation is extended by EDiscopalians to all who would like to attend this impressive ser- vice. In the afternoon Bishop Camp- bell will preside at a meeting of the Eastern Convocation at St. Phillip's Episcopal Church. He will also address that meeting. RUBBER STAMPS :--Made an~ Size you desire. Quick and Ezfl- cleric Service. Telephone 222 SPIRIT OF JE/'FE~SON - AD VOCATE OFFICE, North Georg, Street. Oct. 2 - tf.--nc ~ ~< i I Quit,! /~ ..e ~ar,,~ t"a* ,a~ boo. ~oo- , dering Progressive Service to this Community. . . LE By Mrs. Lena Ambrose B .m mb m Easy Terms. Low Down Payment. Llber~ Trade-In. Come in Todayl CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., Inc. PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA At my home located 2-miles East of Shepherdstown, W. Va., on the Pack Horse Ford Road, I will sell the follow-, ing, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 BEGINNING AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P. M. (D.S.T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Dining Room Table. Server, 4 Dining Room Chairs, Several Odd Chairs, Small Table, Pedestal, Foot Stool, Vanity and Chair, China Closet, 2 Radios, Television, Oval Mirror; Ma- hogany Rocker, Rocker, Side Chair, Studio Couch, Daven- port, Single Bed with Springs and Mattress; Some Tools (including Pipe Cutters, Holders, Etc.) Books, Numerous Dishes, Pitcher and Bowl, Curtain Stretchers, Book Case, End Tables Lamps, ChrLs%mas Tree Ornaments, Curtains, 26- Inch Rotary Mower with 2 horse power Rriggs and Stratton 4-Cycle Enghle, and Other Articles too numerous to mention. FAY L. GIBBS MILLER, Auctioneer. FURR, Clerk. September 17 -,It. OF PERSONAL PROPERTY! 57 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 57 This Herd consists of 28 Holstein Cows, 3 Guernsey and I Ayrshire Cow, 26 in full flow of milk, 14 of which were fresh in July and August; 6 dry cows, close springers, six 2-year old Heifers, 4 bred and 2 open; 14 Yearling Heifers, 1 Heifer 8-months old; 3 Calves and 1 Holstein Bull, 2- yea, rs old. This Herd is Bang Certified and T. B. Accredited, eligible for lntersta~te shipment papers and worthy the attention of prospective buyers. All heifers ealfhood vaccinated. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 300-g~lon c&paeity Bulk Milk Tank; Surge Mliking Unit: 2 Hlnman Milking Units and Compressor; 1 Utility Rach, Galvanized Table, 2 Stainless Steel Strainers, Sterilizing Cloth Cabinet, Strainer Cabinet, Sunbeam Cow Clippers. FARM EQUIPMENT Oliver Tractor 88; New Holland manure loader. Ford corn planter, Moline side delivery rake, New Idea manure spreader. Ford hay baler, used' two seasons: doable disk harrow, 2 wagons on rubber; feed eart, 2 Farm-Master hog feeders, 2 barrel sprayers with 20-ft, boom i garden tractor with all attachments, and some miscellaneous equipment, used. All above m&chinery mentianed is in good condition. 1947 DODGE 1~ TON TRUCK with Stock Racks~ good condition. FEED:---3,000 Bales of Alfalfa Hay; 400 Bales of Oats H~y; 1,000 Bales of Good Timothy Hay; 500 Bales of Or- chard Grass. Mrs. Samuel Gageby of Mill- ~ille and daughter Dixie of Wash- ington visited Mrs. Mary EngIe I will sell the Following at My Farm located 8-mites l%st week, . North of Martinsburg, West Virginia. Turn East off U. S. ,Rickey ~Manuel of Ha~pers Ferry spent the weekend wi~h his class No. 11 at the Bedington-Knipetown Crossroads and I~'ollow *ma~e Donnie Breed~n. Signs to Sale, on ,Mrs. Mamie Martin, Mr. and Mrs. iMerle Martin and Mrs. Mary SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 Gaither of ,Martlnsburg and Mr. Raleigh Snowden spent ~he week BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. (D.S.T.) end width Mr. and Mrs. John Snow TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Sunshine Class of the Bedington Methodist Church Will Serve Lunch. ROBERT F. GROVE EDWARD (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. C. W. HENSELL, Clerk. September 10 and I7 - 2t. den in You.ngstow,n, Ohio. Mrs. Mabel Breeden and Mrs. Laura Breeden visited Mr. and ~Mrs. Harry Breeden and f~miiy a.t Summit Point Sunday evening. ~Mr. ~nd Mrs. Oscar ,Breeden and ,Mrs. Reba 'Mitchell of Brunswi,ck spent Su,nday with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell. 'Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose vis iced Mr. and ,Mrs. Ambrose and son Larry in ,'Charles Town Sun- day wfternoon. L~rry was absent from s~ho(~l three days last week due to .~he virus flu, He was hous ed all la~t week. ,Miss Dorrene Gageby s, pen,t l~ri day night wi,th her classmate ~'Miss Judy Robertson in Bolivar. ~Mr. and Mrs. ,Marvin a,nd ~am- i ly ,were visitors Sunday a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breed en in Summit Point. ~rs. Bes.~ie Moler of Shepherds- ,town and Mrs. Molly ]-Iardy of Bal timore spent Tuesday with Mr. and ~Mrs. George Oageby and faro ~ly. .Mrs. John Bragg spent Tuesday in Washington 'wi,th 'her daughter Mi.~s Beverly Bragg. Mrs. Eileen Hoffma~ter a.nd Mrs. George Gageby spent Thursday In ,Hagerstown on business. ,Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden of Summit ~Poin,t vi,~ited Mr. and ,Mrs. Marvin Breeden and .family ,Wednesday ni~ht. UTI'LE AP .. STRONG enough to protect you... LARGE enough to accommodate you. But always small enough to KNOW YOU... That's The .... (Member Pi-IONE 1 FDIC and Federal Reserve System) 587 RANSON, W. VA. Always At Your Service .... Intending to Discontinue Farming, I will sell the Follow- ing Personal Property on the Hawthorn Farm, located 3- miles East of BerryviHe, Va., on Route 7, Clarke Co~,y, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1.959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. ~1[. 40 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 40 Two Holstein Cows, will freshen in Dee.; Holstein Cow, will freshen by day of sale; 6 Holstein Cows with calves by side; 3 Holstein Cows, springers; Shorthorn Cow, with calf by side: Roan Heifer, bred; 3 Holstein Heifers, bred; 9 Holstein Heifers, open; Ayrshire Heifer, open; Roan Heifer, open; Black White Face IIeifer, open; 9 Hereford Heifers, open; Guernsey Heifer, ' open; Hereford Bull. All Heifers ,~ calfhood vaccinated; all Cows T. B and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. 29 - HEAD OF SHEEP - 29 28 IIampshire and Corriedale Ewes, Ram all 2-years old. 70 - HEAD OF HOGS - 70 SIXTY-FIVE SHOATS, weighing from 65 to 150 lbs. each; 2 Tamsworth Sows wi;th 18 Pigs; Tamsworth Sow, will far- row by day of s~le; Spotted Poland China Sow, will farrow in December; ,Spotted Poland China Boar.~ BLACK MARE,' will work anywhere hitched. FARM MACHINERY Super C Farmail Tractor with plow and cultivator; John Deere A Tr~tctor, P. T. O. Ferguson Hay Baler, McCormick 1 P. R. single row corn picker (good condition); Oliver Superior 12-7 disc drill, corn pick-up attachment, rubber tired wagon, David Bradley rubber tired wagon, McCor- mick-Deering side delivery rake, 24-ft. conveyor, New Idea manure spreader, on rubber; Oliver two 12-in. bottom plow, MeCormick-Deering heavy disc harrow, 2 springtooth har- rows, tractor sprayer complete, double l~ulverizer, ensilage cutter, cultipacker, Gehl Hammermill,wheat fan, tractor seed sower, 2 corn shellers, Unico 12-hole hog feeder, Unico 8-hole hog feeder, cut-off saw. FEED\ -- SEED 400 Bushels of Barley, 70 Tons of Mixed Hay, 200 Bales of Second-Cutting Clover Hay, 25 Tons of Straw, 10 Bush- eis of Redtop Clover Seed. HOUSEHOLD .GOODS Living Room Suite, Round Table, Ileatrola, Stands lmd Some Other Household Articles. MISCELLANEOUS 19 10-gallon Milk Cans, Anvil, Blower, Sledge Hammer, Forks, Shovels, Tools, Digging Iron, Platform Scales, 4 Sec- tions Snow Fence, Ladder, Belts, Ropes and Other Articles tt~t are too numerous to mention. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. CARL R. LEE W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Lunch Rights Reserved. ~eptember 17 and 24 - 2t.