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August 6, 1927     Farmers Advocate
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( TWO FARMERS ADVOCATE, AUGUST 6, 1927. !i !? L iil I CHARLES TOWN LUMGER CO., ING, Phone 174. Charles Town, W. Va. Lumber, Millwork and Builders Supplies All Lumber Stored Under Cover. COMPLETE ttOUSES A SPECIALTY IF you are th{nking of building come and see us. We will give you the benefit of our Fourteen Years Exper- ience in meeting the needs and desires of home-builders. Let us help you materialize your minds image of your future home. To Give Satisfaction Is Our Greatest Desire. Mantled--At Harpers Ferry, by the Rev. A. C. Hopkins, William Kimes, to Miss Mollie Johnson. daughter of Thomas Johnson, both of Charlestown; in Camden, S. C., by Rev. Mr. Lucas, Dr. Wm. P. Manning, of Shepherds- town, to Miss S. Louise Sanders, daughter of Dr. S. H. Sanders, of! Camden. Died--At Myerstown, Mrs. Eliza- beth Gordon, wife of Phillip Gordon, aged 82 years and 10 months. I W. S. Merchant was appointed i councilman flx)m the First Ward of Gharlestown, to succeed Charles G. Johnson, who resigned. [ ...... Three candidates were announced] for County Superintendent of Schools: l John Hess, John T. Trussell, and Rev.] Jolm W. Tongue. I Wheat in the Baltimore market was quoted at $1.45 to $1.60 per bushel. 114 Washington St. %, Palmbaum Bldg. Charles Town, W. Va. LUXENBEBG&apos;S "THE FRIENDLY STORE" THE SUCCESSOR TO PALMBAUM BROS. 114 Washington St. Palmbaum Bldg. Charles Town, W. SPECIAL DRY GOODS WEEK AT LUXENBERG'S DURING THIS WEEK LUXENBERG'S SHALL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC A VERY BIG SPECIAL IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. VISIT OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT AND SEE THE WONE ARRAY OF BARGAINS THAT SfIALL BE GI' E, FOR THIS WEEK. PRICES ARE MARKED SO LOW TttAT THEY CANNOT BE DUPLICATr ELSEWtIERE. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS IN OUR YARD GOODS DEPARTMENT. GEORGUTTES and CREPES---In All Shades FORTY YEARS AGO--1887. FORMERLY SOLD FOR $1.98 YARD--THIS WEEK - $1.66 Y Married--ln Ch2.rlestown, by the ....... hTT3F.,.TT*  T 111 h "-, "" friend Re,'. A. C. Hopkins, Willis King and t_K]UL l)L LA-IL\\;L---ID /4_11 L3OIOIS _  It S our olo. .- iMiss Stephanie Pearl. both of this FORMERLY SOLD FOR $1.98 YARD--THIS WEEK - - $1.56 Y OOT :county and ours, t = Y ..... , The collapse of tke old 3I. P. Church RAYON SILKS---In EvelT V anted Shade ,, .Whenever you ape a otmamg !in Middleway, while the structure was ) ' THI WEEK C ][b " in this art of the country " . ..... FORMERLY SOLD FOR 49c YARD S - - 35 o?,,H nrob1v find them ruing I being torn aown lnjurecl rndolph , entTel:artlm2t'&% leAvdrS:trB,artrnB:lIo'r.eH?errn:lCL GINGHAMS .... Apron and Dress __ yR. th, tim choice because ot it, ]l.ey, wa ......  Le' " THIS WEEK ...... 12e and 17e Yd. - high quality and the integrity o[ ] A. Lewis mu rnu L,e " ". its maker George V Harper, a descendant of t ." _  BLEACHED AND UNBLEACED MUSLIN fllhCar. Toda all the same tea,on* exist it he founner of Harpers terry, "as _ ...... / Y . , . : i . Y ...... for Security I firtt choice. I, .s ]nominated for State T.asurer of Ohio THIS %, EEK 1Oc ana IRe :to. t "-' b;'i{'7'n tby t'heDemcraticstatecnv.el::;n" VOILE .... Fmnerly Sold For 39c Yd. , e,t wa TWENT /EARS AGO "',F the,am, ura y- :' " " -- " THIS WEEK ...... 25c Yd. i t. ml  Th... tim. ,ou md --,t. toUo I Charles Davis, a former member --'F .m"bi"Jyur_raoP.Z tof the bar at Harpers Ferry, died in THE ABOVE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE SPECIALS FOR THIS w'Wi zoti--d.surity- l Washington, D. C., aged 83 years; in EVERYTHING IN THE STORE SHALL BE SOLD ALSO AT VERY t' i BURNS  MARSHALL WHITMORE LUMBER CO. IBrf:Lf"G,e:;;M=kI%a?sBuln PRICE. COME PAY US A VISIT.+" L. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.  "  m[ I Pint' Miss Mary Catherine Custer" I llV121klOUOg' THE FRIENDLY STORE |[ CHARLES TOWN LUMBER CO. LYNE & LI2"LEJOHN i Married--In Clarke count)', by the LUAII] i.Nlkt]f k WITH FRIENDLY PRICES ][ T W VA CHARLES TOWN W VA SHENANDOAH JC ,. ....... IRev. J. Harry Smith, Miss Julia hew_ " .................... l I bridge, to Lester H Morgan o Nor- I MYERS & HARDY t , " " ' 3 SHENANDOAH JCT., W. V A. l fork, Va.; in W asbmgten, D i. ChlrlSS ............... "_ 7"- i }Lillie A. Engle, lormeny o ms -- j. ! ........................................................................................ :Town, to Abraham Furstenberg, of -.'' " i " ,f DISPUTE GRAVE SITE. " ":-=[':f- " ' " " .... Clarke County people disput a re- '" _l[t! * , r-%i.z.  L ..I i port flx>m Culpepper, Va., published  :.! I a'[/ I fin the Met,politan papers the first of ll :74 I St | .?/{+gll' __. __'  Ithe week that the grave of Mrs. bield-  '+;j. i li/V  , and would be appropriately ma "ked y I:L! ! ill_/PlJ .1 t te Danghte, s of the Amec Re,- /4 i 'j,!  =olution. Clarke countians assure us ;; I ... , . . . -:,+..:,,:;d'',,:::,. ,+ - %. ! that 5h. Lewis' grave is in an old  + ! l %%  i family burial ground ileal" Castleman's i].-, "':":'". 'a,  " t" :; "=' ,':-:' : :"- 7";9v " :" ..... ...... ::'" "  I! #B ! Ferry. i  I Maurice F. Castleman, owner of the .'+_) :":" -" d,.' | j. l land, e,_x-pressed the opinion that : ash-  " I ........ :"" ling,on, sister, Mrs. Lewis, is burledi" --  --  [$ " i in the Clarke count)" burial ground, i "  ,  . f   l ' ' ' and not in Culpeper county, i lr g I t "['here i+s Lit this cenletery on hisl JLIHI [-J  ;ti [ i place an old tm,bstone setting forth '  ' ithat buried, beneath it are I1- Betty -O @ .- '  4 .... " ::#$g / [ ICarter, widwfCharlesCarter, Mrs" " J;/ -'.J# i"Plli+ '.'j' " ing Lewis, and of Mrs. Carter's three] V """ -- - ----, .itl/ i 'chPdren, Sarah C Pavton, Elizabeth ' "7 " " q -- __ ' " I " . 1 I more than ever Ri m is ll,dl "_ ! /tAB'./ / lJ_[e/ w. Carter and Edward Carter, me I o " " I  " / 1 : .children being gr..dchildren of Mrs.i _ . . ..... .'4,h  !  Xtllljtli' IFielmg Lews. t iewaovllulgesneverassoclate_w% i ' a . . . . . . [ Mr. Castleman says there are a t ., .......... price-field, single out the Greater Easv I number of old graves near the Carter I   " .,._iv u4+h o,..+li,.h+ k.dlli,,,r IIILI.J, , STANDARD HARDWARE CO. .,s came to her daughter's home to/ Co1 . . m it farther than ever above all co l'hl i CHARLES TOWN WEST VA reside and that while there she died[  : : " m - .s -- -- "2" /fl | ' " land was buried in the family burial] llSrtmf.o.$. ,ven mougn proauctaon is greatest in ,11' i :: lot mere. 1 "---- tory, demand is so large that we must h la" I /Quality Right Price  be buried there, as there exists a welltU:ettbe;nMrtsSi:'eYraan%-- lmmq'm.rJ' i Service ! :; o] avnvcnes on me trasm ot priority ot or 1 _ : l I defined tradition that this is the ca+e, t H  i I-t- / t blt- f V , ! ,  h nd' I 'i ''] , and the fact tat her daughter a i J i  J .1 4kF'" $f I 1::"{ l+-'Jlt=((;F+  i her grandchildren are buried in the i 1. | , .t'.-  Castleman graveyard leads to the be- ITlTrlr I 11"  41 Tt a f'T3. 'g' : | :  - Li lief that her g " "'11 be located. I lKb b l f i .i; +  :  " :, ,, TOO MUCH__INSTRUCTION. ! t ! i:   i From the Bostoa "transcript. ftl*i -2 -7 --- ii \\;. I  +; "Be, obserVra.t,,my son," counseled -- "-ruumg. -  .... _, I! ",'d l  Willie s lathe . Cultivate the habit+ II L II I \\;-' ,. ' of seeing and you will become a sue- H *J, Wor, o-/O-emokBrl.g fln n n. n n n m n n' il \\; \\;' "-', +I \\;  +<essful man." I it sm 11 1 ! I I I I I I I ! I "lJ I I I P i I I HI ..... + "Yes," added Wittie's uncle "Don't I -- I"! I ! I I I I I I I I I. I I I I I I I I I t !1 WHERE DO YOU BUY  ealnthrUseh life like a bhn" " man li IROD=m nfe  a beav I ! i I I i I.$ I.I I I U U I I I ILl i. " _.+l +il the meat you prepare for the family? You should to your eyes." 'ffb.7 -li-.blilgam  We wish to announce that we have just - + ++++- ::i -+'--'++" a+,io.e00t+ choose your butcher with the same care that you do on much faster than those who cme-' m of  Michelin Heavy Duty Truck Ti1 your physician or any other person who may control not," Aunt Jane put in. uflcidmadothrpohonouswaste ,,--, "  v re to a duU, d To introduce these tires to the trade we heart.,,haveThe young?tr took their advice to ]A da/beenPaSSed and once more tires -'','- it the health of thos6 you love. Skillful in the selection faing and, om,tim, toxic back- ing them at and cutting of all kinds of ]neat, we take pride in a i he stood before the family council. 1 and h vh, t tho . A VERY LOW PRICE. 'l "Well, my son," said his father,] neyarenotfuacfioningperfectlyi often ahown by burning or acanty The Michelin Tire Company make only Dye S : :, reputation for having the best the market affords. you using your eves?" I imuage of '.ti More and and tubes, THE BEST. Willie nodded. "Tell us what you] moce people are learning to assist We have been handling the Michelin for fo0r ROUND STEAKPer Lb. - - - 25c earned." thdr kidacy by the  excl00 + year our++ SURLOIN STEAKPer Lb ..... 25c "Uncle Jim's got a bottle of whiskT] of Do'+ Pill'-e stimulant die- yOU ask for a better recommendation ? . best TENDERLOIN STEAKPer Lb. - - 25c rid behind his trunk," said Willie.] tfi..4akyourneihlaor! When you buy a Michelin you buy t.hede # I ! "Aunt Jane's got an extra set of false[ at a price you usually pay for a seconfl,,,'" i GOOD STEAKPer Lb .... 20c and 22c GOOD ROASTSer Lb. 15, 18, 20, 22 and 25 Cts. teeth in her dresser and pa's got a! D OA N'S PILLS A TRIAL WILL "CONVINCE [u" deck of cards and a box. o, Goode Bros T Shirley Eby ibehindEmersn'sEssavsinthe'hk-[case. ] immlo.tDi--toth.Kid..y+ + +oo,00 ++r++o @ "T++' !!+tle sneak!" exclaimed the We pay the hi+heat market price , PHONE 194. CHARLES PHONE 115-W. famii:, ',.ih one v, qe,, Ifor beef bdes, horse hides as well as TO--- ST., CHARLES TOWn'S, W. VA. +,} o i___ I for all other marketable hides and : WASHINGTON W. ++ WAI,I,'S home mL\\;ed egg mash is!raw furs. IrMAN VIENER, - ithe best. Only good used.  Charle Town Metal & .hmk Co. TBE At" .... ".'-.- ." u...,. k-ive the news+ Subscribe for