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BIX FARMERS ADVOCATE, JUNE 6, 1925. r i Buildinfl Lois for Sale The Washington Court Development Company Offers For Sale a limited num- ber of choice building lots. This attractive sub-division is located one square off of E. Washington street, in the residential section, within easy walking distance of the business district. Large Lots, Good Elevation, Pleasant Surroundings. First Purchasers will be given preference. JORDAN &amp; WYSONG SELLING AGENTS. MELVIN T. STRIDER FUNERAL DIRECTOR and LICENSED EMBALMER Charles Town, West Vs. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE. MORGUE ATTACHED. CHIROPRACTIC "GETS SICK PEOPLE WELL" DR. R. C. WALKER The Pioneer Chiropractor Member Chiropractic Society 2nd Floor, Over Emmert's Store Martinsburg, W. Va. Hours:--9 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. M. t ,Other Hours by Appointment. | Phone 471-W. IAT THE "JACKSON HOUSE"I Charles Town. West Va. TUESDAY AFTERNOONS Hours:--2 to 5 P. M. LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE STRONG AND RELIABLE Companies Represented A share of your business solicited. J. E. Burns Trapnell Bldg., over Brews & Heel's Drag Stm March 20*1yr. " FOR SALE ANYTHING YOU WANT IN ] ANTIQUE FURNITURE I If you have any Old or New I Furniture that you want Repair- ed and Refinished, we are pre- A COMPETENT LADY ASSISTANT PAPER- -HANGING Office Phone 162. Residence Phone 35.W. o THE "GOLDEN RULE" ONPARTY LINES. My patrons Co00ty Company have expressed the desire to know how they may do their part in providing improved telephone service. The following suggestion if follewed will surely help very much: There is no better place to practice the "Geldm Rule" than in the use of party telephone lines. The best plan to follow is to put yourself in tits place of the other users of the line and govern your- self accordingly. No matter whether you called or were called to the phone you must not use the party line more than FIVI$ MINUTES at a time. As soon as your time is gone, you should say, "I Im- Heve our five minutes are up; rll call you later." Jefferson County Telephone Co. BURNS & MARSHALL Charles Town, West Vs. Hardware, Implements, Stoves Coal and Wood AND WALL PAPER Twenty Years Experience. Call "IS THERE STILL A DIXIE?" (Houston Post) "Is there still a Dixis?" asks Life in its "Dixie Number." Yes, there still is a Dixie. A Dix2e in the hearts of some of us older ones, and in that realm of the spirit fancy may summon visions of the most beautiful of scenes, the loveliest of faces and days of cloudless blue! Dixie. the cast to which those of us who stand on the rim of the fading day turn in devotion, while the sha- dows creep! Dixie, the glory" land of the past, the golden bourne of mem- ory's silent rambles, the hallowed soli- tude in whose cool depths the lost chords of life breathe their music into the soul! Dixie. love's shadowland, peopled -ith the unfettered spirits of the noble and the great, redolent- of; memories tha'. do not die becau they, cluster about things immortal, templed with the dream fabrics of nation that drew from ou , God's boundless deep and. after four years of romance. poetry and glory, turned again home! Dixie. the beautiful and glorious, the swee*.est chapter of history, the noblest epic of the aes. he light of yester- day whose effulgence gilds the crest of time's s:ft onward tide! Dixie the s:ainless mother of the nation, the indestruc*,ible kingdom of the twi- light-Dixie, the incomparable South of our dreams[ Yes. there still is a Dixie. 1 .{} iTHE PUBLIC. HOWEVER. l DOESN'T CARE From figures given by a goven}- m.ent expert it is possible to gain some conception of the burden imposed on the consuming public by the sugar tariff. This expert estimates, on the tpared to do the work at a reason- basis of an annual consumption of able price. .... L ....... fM .._:,. ^ 5,000,()0 tons of sugar by the PeoPle{ ' " " " a . ,,._ ot rne Lmted tate tha- the tariff; iFor ale, urop us cara. we , , > .... rpay the highest cash price, ourden is 216.500,000 a year, or $1.97 per capita. Of this amount $214.500.- IW. 000 goes into the United States Treas- P. MORISON & BROYLES Shenandoah Junction, W. Va. i ury and he balance. $92,000.000 is "the Jan. 24-6m. taxpayer's contribution to protection." h has been estimated that the Unit- e<l Sta'tes wil: consume in the year ending August 1 next. 5.650,000 tons of sugar. Accepting the expert's fig- ures as accurate, it appears that the 30 per cent reduction recommended by the Tariff Commission would ease the tariff burden by about $72,000,000 a )-ear. In other words, for every Drop Card or on Telephone, 69-F and I will bring samples. J. S. Johnson 224 East Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. March 7-3m. _ -- .. _ day that the President refuses his as- sent to the reduction, the cost to the American public is approxdmately $200,000.--Post-Dispatch. 0 FIGURE IT otr FOR YOURSELF. Can you beat this for a thrilling real life story ? It's condensed from the News department of the excellent Troy Free Press: J.F. Smith, of St. Charles, a young veteran of the World War employed at the Ringe-Barklage garage, had the queerest experience of his life on a recent evening. He was met at the garage door by a man who ordered him to-""turn the other waY." Smith did so. And then the man forced a package into his hands, telling him to "take this and go home and don't look back; what ain't there will be put there some time." When Smith got home and tore the package open he was much surprised to find his revolver holster, his gold watch and his wife's gold watch, a diamond ring and a ring which were stolen from his home over two months e Frequent Bilious Attacks | f| I "I suffered with severe bili- ous attacks that came on two or three times each month," says Mr. J. P. Nevins, of Lawrencehurg, Ky. "I would get nauseated. I would have 1 dizziness and couldn't work. I would take pills until I was [! worn)ut with them. I didn't seem to get relief. "A neighbor told me of BLACK.DRAUGHT Liver Medicine g and I began its use. I never have found , much relief as it gave m. I would not be without it r anything. It med to clanse my whole system and m6de me feel like new. I would take a few  doeee---get rid of the Jile and g have my usual clear head, feel full of pep, and could do twice the work.? t i li Bilious attacks are "sea"  sonal" with many people. i  Millions have taken Thed-  m for's Black-Draught to ward I off such attacks, and the good resultt they have reported I should induce you to try it. Proof of the Pudding.--We have Just installd Radio Sets for Dr. Win. Neill, Mr. F L. Jordan, and Mr. Samuel before. Everything that was stolen was in the package except $30 in cash. And no doubt it was that the myster- ious caller referred to when he said, "What ain't there I will put there some time." 0 His Probable Action. "Brother Johnson," solemnly began the presiding elder, desirous of n- pressing a aiuable lesson of some sort on his parishioner( "if your sins were written on your forehead what would you do?" "Wear my hat all the time," prompt- ly replied Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge. 0 The Change. "Grotesque spelling is not conside-d humorous any more," stated Professor Pate. "No," replied old Festus Pezter, "there are too many pretty typists nowadays for grotesque spelling 1:o be funny." Isn't That Enou gh? From. Life. Prue--Her lawyer tells her she hasn't grounds for divorce. Sue-=--What nonsense! She has a hilsband, hasn't she ? 0 Pa Gets Sarcastic. "Pa, what's the difference between a l luxury and a necessity ?" "You can do without a necessity, son, without losing the respect of the neighbors." "Ma, do we keep a hen any place?" "Why, no, my son. Why do you ask that, ? "' "I heard pa tell the new maid he would take her out auto riaing when them about it. 'he sent the old hen away for the C. ' Buckeye We are handling and recommending the old BUCKEYE CULTIVATORS, Riding and These implements are well and favorably kno section and have a reputation for simplicity bility. Let us have a chance to supply what need in this fine. We also have Single, Double and Triple and Five Tooth Cultivators. A well assorted stock of Shovel Plow Cultivator Shovels. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINES Very truly, " STANDARD HARDWARE CHARLES TOWN, WEST Gol Anything To This question is addressed to Merchant, Mr. Farmer, Mr. An THE ADVOCATE will carry message into hundreds of homes. In some of these homes, you there are people who are willing what you are so anxious to sell. Why keep things in your stores your homes when an Advocate ment would turn them into cash? THE ADVOCATE reaches 1100 in Jefferson County. r | | Harkino Back a few I Back near the beginning of things, our forebearers would have perished from the had not understood, the science of reading The cavemen didn't know much about soap, or automobiles, but they did have to one who could follow the' tracks of the game or read the meaning of a twisted leaf or was best off in life. Then as now, the most consistent reader tising was best dressed, best fed and most There has been somewhat of an evolution rising in the last few thousand years, but the is just the same. The consistent reader of advertisements ably best informed on what to eat and where what to wear and how much to Pa for it; and how to do it. He's up on the most things of life. Consequently he gets the life. Throughout the ages, advertising has done make life livable and pleasant. We owe it more mileage If you are mileage this do with one of the mosf tests ever made. The Mieheli averaged agel The of all the tir They were mounted of a number of one side side. Half the Michelins the left and half on the car. They were at random and purchased from reputable dealers. were covered. You can buy Micheli We have a complete GOODE BROS. CHARLES TOWN, -