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- IitIT oF JEFFERSON I ARMER'$ ADVOCATE kV, OCTOBER 31, 1968 C--3 SHERIFF'S SALE OF DELINQUEN]" LANDS is hereby given that the following dese'ribed tracts or lots or undivided interest therein in the County of Jefferson, are delinquent for the nonpayment of taxes for the year 1967, be offered for sale by the undersigned Sheriff at public auction the front door of the courthouse of the County, between the hours ten in the morning and four in the afternoon on the 18th day of wember 1968. Each unredeemed tract or lot, or each unredeemed part thereof Undivided interest therein, will be sold at public auction to the bidder for cash in an amount which shall be due thereon at date of sale, as set forth in the following table: Total Amount of Taxes, In- me of Person Quantity terest and Charges with Tax of Land Description To Sole Date CHARLES TOWN DISTRICT Wilber O. 1 It.See. 4H, No. 75 Shannondale $ 13.42 Nicholas et al 1 It.Del Monico 432.88 Patrick 1 It.See. 1, No. 2 Rlverview Park 37.14 Maria P. 1 It.See. 3I~ No. 1 Shannondale 16.06 Robert Frank 1 It.Sec. 2H, No. 39 Shannondale 16.06 Charles W. & Sec. 1H, No. 72 ~,A. 1 It.Shannondale 13.42 Wilfred B. See. 9H, No. 4 J. 1 It.Shannondale 13.42 CHARLES TOWN CORPORATION Calvin M. & Lou 1 It. 1 1 It. John R. 1 It. Maggie 1 1 It. Joseph W. Est. 1 It. Rankin 1 It. Mary Louise Hrs. 1 It. Mary & Frank Hrs.1 It. No. 7, South George St. 97.26 Seminary & North St. 33.46 No. 27, South Charles St. 1824 North Alley 13.52 South Charles St. 15.10 South West St. 170.16 Lawrence & North St. 34.84 North Alley 12.12 RANSON CORPORATION Frank J. & B. 1 It. George M. etal 1 It. H.& Mercer 2 Its. W.& L. lit. James Est. 1 It. Eliza & Minnie John W Jr. 1 It. John W Jr. 1 It. HARPERS No. 40, Block 80 8.98 No. 17, Block 131 8.98 Ranson, Dixon 8.98 No. 9, Blk. 93 82.06 No. 16, Block 76 21.22 No. 9, Block 89 8.98 No. 28, Block 151 8.98 No. 27, Block 151 33.46 FERRY DISTRICT Chester L & See. 6D, No, 428, 429 D. 2 Its. Blue Ridge Acres $ 23.48 Marie E.L. 1 It.See. 4, NO. 248 Blue Ridge Acres 16.06 Acceptance /L Nick 51.00 A. & See. 5, No. 554, 555 Blue 2 Its.Ridge Acres 28.42 Harold G. 2/3 A.Mountain 40.94 & Ruth 1 It. Sec. 2, No. 128 Blue Ridge Acres 16.06 John W. & See. 2, No. 94, 96 Blue W. 2 lt,s Ridge Acres 23.48 A Jr. 1 It. See. 6D, No. 699 Blue Ridge Acres 25.94 Charles E. & See. 3, No. 185 Blue ~Yce D. 1 It. Ridge Acres 16.06 Mary Cecilia 1 It. See. 2, No. 150 Blue Ridge Acres 16.06 Robert J. & Mountain, Speaks 27.84 G. 1/5 A.See. 6B, No. 625 Blue L. 1 It. Ridge Acres 16.06 BOLIVAR CORPORATION I A. 1 It. Day Street 154.96 I KABLETOWN DISTRICT I Harry W. & E. 1 It.See. 9F, No. 9 Shannondale 16.06] RObert Est. ~ A. Mt. Pleasant 18.541 Benjamin Est. 2 ~ A. Mt. Pleasant 48.54 [ Charles Est. 1 A. Franklintown 16.06 t John W. ~ A. Franklintown 22.14 John R. 1 It. See. 17F, No. 4 Shannoudale 9.71 Stewart 1 It. See. 14F, No. 22 Shannondale 13.42 Luther 1 ~ A. Zinn, Summit Point 12.27 Wendell R. & See. 9F, No. 26 W. 1 It. Shannondale 16.06 James & Ethel M. 1 It. Franklintown 8.48 G.W. 5 115 A.Franldintown 25.94 F. Trustee 1 It. . See. 2, No. 19 Skyline Orchard 30.88 Mary I. et al 1 It.See. 4F, No. 24 Shannondale 16.06 Walter C. & See. 4F, No. 43 1 It. Shannondale 29.74 Jean K, & M. Jane1 It.See. 2A, No. 24 Shannondale 18.54 William C. & Grace 1 It.See. 15F, No. 31 Shannoudale 10.94 & Mary J.1 It.See. 7F, No. 67 Shamiondale 16.06 D. & See. 2M, No. 50 1 It.Shannondale 13.42 : : MIDDLEWAY DISTRICT & Naomi 1 It.No. 3, pt. No. 2 4720 & Naomi 2 Its. No. 6, 7 18.54 & Naomi 3 113 A. Carter Tract 16.06 1 It. Middleway, Carter 13.42 Shannon N. & C, : 3 Its. No. 9, 10, 11 Everhart 16.06 M~.:G. : 10 A. Opequon 10.36 SHEPHERDSTOWN DISTRICT H.T. 120 Ft. Dufflelds, Bane 7.24 SHEPHERDSTOWN CORPORATION Margaret G. pt. It. No. 149 German St. 21.22 Sam & Naomi O. pt. It.High St Toiliver 19.64 Anna 1 It. No. 150 Washington Street 33.46 V of the aforesaid tracts or lots, or part thereof or any undivided therein, =may be redeemed by the ImYment to the under. before sale, of the total amount of taxes, interest and due thereon up to the date of redemption. under my hand this 24 day of October, 1968. W. W. WHITTINGTON SHERIFF ship ~all. Mrg. Harry Barker will There is ~ch a 1~in2 a~ being Di~,~ppointme~t,~ are i~qe*@able be the leader. The Builders Bible too clever, if you have ambition or hope. Class will serve sandwiches and a beverage at 6 p. m. Come join the fellowship. One of the special features of the Republican booth at the recent Jefferson County Fair was the distribution of free "Kitchen" cook. Women Of St. Peter's Lutheran Church To Hold Harvest Sale Announcement was made this week by Mrs. Harry Miller, chair- man, of plans for holding the an- nual Harvest Sate under sponsor- ship of the Women of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, in War Me- morial Building in Shepherds- town, Saturday November 2. The sale will begin at 9 a. m. and available will be baked goods, candy, vegetables, gifts and also country ham sandwiches. A spec- ial luncheon will also be avail- ies to all those who visited the booth during the three days of the able. One of the special features of fair. The cookies were provided by the Republican women and the sale will be a host of old among those who manned the booth and gave away the cookies at newspapers, principally the Shep various times was the group shown above. They are (left to right)--- herdstown Register, and Shep- Thomas Kitchen of Ranson, .Republican candidate for Sheriff of herdstown Independent from the Jefferson County; Miss Baibara Bratina of Leetown, a member of late 19th and early 20th Centur- the Young Republican Club; Mrs. Louise Leonard of Harpers Ferry, Republican candidate for the house of delegates; Mrs. K. Paul Davis and K. Paul Davis, GOP candidate for Prosecuting Attorney for Jefferson County. (Photo by Jim Tabb.) topic at Asbury Church which is located at the corner of N. Char- les and North streets. A nursery for pre-school chil@en is avail- able for this service. The third session of the church wide Minion study will be Sun- day evening at 7 p. m. in Fellow- ies. They should be of interest to collectors. Loafing becomes respectable when the doctor tells you it is necessary. STAGGERS FOR CONGRESS (POL ADV.) Sermon Subject Sunday Asbury Methodist Church vice, Sunday, November 3, The Rev. Lee Williams will use "A Bottle Of Smoke," for his sermon GO SI AY READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE There was a total of $1,084,418,598 in Federal funds spent in West Virginia in fiscal 1967 for programs designed to help YOU for better roads, better schools, better jobs and more of them. It went to pay for hospitals, airports, colleges, agricultural projects and water system It provided health care for older citizens, Social Security benefits, and con. sel 'ation. For every dollar paid by West Virginians in Federal taxes, they got $1.59 in return. This is progress, and the team of Humphrey and eki can keep it moving. Humphrey has been to West Virginia dozens of times, and Muskie has visited our State twice in the last 90 days. 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