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DVOCATE.f PE00.A00 FARMERS ADVOCATE, AUGUST 6, 1927. .... # TOWN, W. VA. Mrs. xma B. Higgs, of Charle! TH]S BRING Tow-n, Mrs. J. C, Blackford of Shen-i WIT ADdS JSULT 47-K. andoah Junction and Mr. 'James A.! --Hlggs, of Ranson, left yesteztay by i motor for Salananea, New York, to b LOCALS. visit Mrs. Blackford's son, Mr. S.; Brooke Blackford, who is a patient in at+ SHUGART'S. a hospital there, recovering from a! before they broken limb sustained in a motoring! PHARMACY. accident two weeks ago. They expect! f any and every kind, to return home Sunday night. it for you. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy L. Jefferds, of 'Harpers Ferry and Washington, drove Windows. Sold through Charles Town yesterday, FOR SALE:--One and a half ton IIAREWARE CO. starting on an automobile trip for truck. Enquire at the and second hand ,ns !points in the eastern part of the state ADVOCATE OFFICE. C. p. MILLER[ and will be in Morffantown early next July 30-2t, l . iweek where Mr. Jefferds will attend FOR RENT:--Room for lodging-- thug SuitCaps, an.educational_ ,a. . umversity, meeting at the State either separate or together. Apply ll Gloves, Bats, Masks, Mr. Abner Allen, of Washington, D. i to MRS. J. L. LUKE, Agt. C. P. MILER. i C., visited his brother, Mr. T. W. Allen ! July 16-tf. Charles Town, W. Vs. Perfection Oil'over the week-end. Mrs. T. V Allen kOR RENT:--Two rooms, kitchen & Marshall. and children returned to Washington and bath at Community House. Ap- with him and will visit his family at ply to -MISS NANNIE SELDEN, First Avenue, Charles Town.  open--Bathing Virginia Beach for a week or t-wo. or MISS LOUISE BkISCOE. MRS. G. S. CALIBAN. ' SHUGART'S. i ]{LE''h brh'f:tcnnkleS:tn.:mWSoad F LaEsyStsoock2Ser?effeolrI I'co-:)nn wFrd Truck, Separators and , Messrs. B. H. and W. I. Rid- brefYlin .... i in - ".'r * ' " " h starter, dleber  . - ---- new bat e., and new tlr s. En rare _ , left, Ionda b motor for xA Jl .... ';,'.._ I t .... e - " HARDWARE CO mington, Del, the); o)id home T, ]..Y?: ,rmer &_Wall, Inc., l at the Farmers Advocate O@i-. .....  .v-,,,. nanes Town, W. Vs. : July 30-2t. mqiH I1V I Mr. and Mrs. William Theodore, of'. FOR  -,: ..... u, - - - _ " ialtimore, are in Charles Town, the _^,i "_': wes.rn Ewes, WANTED:Freight for Baltimore PHARM, .._.av iormer taking a vacation for ten days. * o -' u. muun o yearlings. Also a load i eve,-y Monday. before noou. ..... iThey are guests of Mr. Theodore's i f six humired pOUnd average steers, t FARMERS MARKET,  sl_pe, gOtlbrother ' Mr. Max Theodore, and ram- - wall, raer & Wall Inc. Feb.19-tf. Charles Town, W Va C' T., O iily, South Mildred street -ug. o. Charles To-n, W. Va. Phone 176-W " " r. MILLER. i -- - " . . I' " ............... andW ........ ! m]s.ses ary and Esbher Kindigi,_ ,AT HAULING:.---We have two F)R SALE:--4)ne Buick Coupe, in *r . ann nle ennie indig, of Salunga, rucs xor SUCh aenvenes and guar-I good running condition, tires practi- III)yl0" CO. CrM.r=ill3,rsTMel..hYa.ea:Ugg.uhebest .P.l'7oef;14a_d satisfaerylcally neW. Priced j.to ll. ENGLE,, 0 and 11,,, .. ..... ... ., nd faro- I r,,, e . AIX}ER, [ July 9-tf. Charles :I:own., V. X,a. | _,  Show amUY at Alrona, tam wee I ,,,a ,,. Ran.4on, W. Vs.) ......... - - ...... "  t ORGAN I'OR SALE---Sui -bl o  _rr*e ..wnson, .lrs. J. M. Mil- FOR SALE:--Cmb Honey m,  !,,.,, , -h! r,, ,,,,,,,4 a;+;^' . . !ler and the Misses Lettie and Imcy(section; canned mea.h_ , '2 0 lr::*,'"','',,,,-7"" .' ' ?? .... ?' 1  .... Ambler have re +,,-- -^ _.,^ , ...., ........... .,.-v, . v,,,., o.v. an ne seen at asomc " _at !mang a mo.tor tn.p. of several days Slm Poultry Farm. -o "'.V':T. I'ITTMC'-II MILLER'S unrougn wrgmm, vmtmg Alexandria, Shenandoah Junction W ' ,,h, n o+ .'.'. 7v=..'''. !and redercksburg. July 3-t. ' ....... : "'"" " ....  .... ' "" "*" a lltte more for i Miss Em,iy Stanley, Deputy Comity EWES FOR SALE:---About 250 LOST:A large fiat Silver Pin, Young Montana Ewes at $1425 per & Wall, Inc iClerk, left Thur"lay on a vacation of fox'm!ng a Chi.nese emblem. Reward head; also other good ewes at $12.50. _ " iten days, duri,g which she will visit double dip- ! relatives in Canada. Miss Louise C. :s o, ercd for ts return to Telephone 203-4. Briscoe is acti=:g deputy in Miss Stan- MRS. F. M. PIIILIPS, MARSHALL BURNS, East Liberty Street, Route 3, Charles Town, W. Vs. & Marshall ,tey's absence. Aug.6-1t. Charles Town, W. Va and Varnish. Mrs. William Scarborough, of Mount - , tRM WANTED: 'azing _ !Vernon, Ohio, is wisitL g her sister, WANTED:--ROOm and board, or farm of upwards of one hundre acres, .RE CO. Mrs. D. C. Strider, in the St. George rooms for light housekeeping wanted reasonably accessible to Washington, era, car of Apartments.. Mrs..scarborough will by young couple. Phone 230-2. D.C. Address, giving best price and ewes. AI- De uth her smter t,ga the month  G.A. SCHAFFRT. terms. B. S. RANDOLPH, usiness Address o August. Tonoloway, Hancock. Md. Halltown Paperboard Co. July 30-2t. Wall, Inc. Mrs. W. Chase Morton and daughter, ! Aug.6-1t. Halltown, W. Vs. ! features to Miss Eiizabcth Morton, of Richmond, ) MAN WANTED: -- Married man Town Va., arrived several days past for a I'OR RENI':A good, clean, six .wanted on farm, should be experienced visit to Mrs. Morton's sister, Mrs. room house and barn, w:th good hen and able to furnish references. Want- George Washington, at tke Charles house, garage and 3 acres of good ed by January 1, 1928, for that year. teams. Town Inn. * land, for rent on the Washington Call in person. Boom. Apply to folks, thin Mrs. Nancy Moore who has been a J H S u tL STANLEY DUTROW, Plan now patient in the Charles Town Hospital :[,,h,  , ,-- , " " ";.2. Route 1, Charles Town, W. Va. - . , .... -..,--. nares iown, w va Aug. 6-4t. e Charles zor some t:me nas sumcmnty recover- ................ -, - .... . .......... air Agust ed as to be able to visit her daughter,  FOR SALE:Two valuable build- WANTED:I v,'ant to rent a 600 Mrs. E. A. Cockey in Baltimore coun-nog'naOtS , ::IinnMaxwell block, with egg Incubator. If you have any kind ty, Md. { " ge " street, with right of of a machine for rent, please write to affers are ..... way back to Liberty sreet h Mm. William Aaams, oaurnr o .... " " " , t e other LAFAYETTE SMITH, men and . on outn teorge street on and benk at Hoe. . John W. Davis.. Democranc nora- o'  " "; - , e a half Kearneysvflle, W. Vs. i mee for President in 1924 arrived in ,ocs rom vo.t 0ffi ce. Apply to Resident at Middleway, W. Va. ' MRS J L. LUKE, Agent. Please give .renting terms when the county from New York on Monday Jan.8-tf. Charles Town, W. Va. wHti;g. in the and is the guest of her relatives a, .. :'. (Aug6-2t.) "Media." i FOR SALE OR RENT:--one-nine -- FOR SALE:'.limid number-of Miss Dorothy Watson, of Ranson,rm..and two 6-room Bungalows; 2 thr:fty vou:g Jruslem_ Cherry Trees, accompanied by her sister, Miss Vir- a.nne _ngines, 1 saw table and i e,,*c,%r(.m.,due to })car ripe red fruit gmia Watson, of Washington, are on acllant Home, Kalamazoo, Michigan. throughout the coming winter. Price a sight-seeing trip to Niagara Fmls aoume neater, situated at Shenandoah whil they last, 2,5 cents. Mail orders and nearby sections of Canada. Junction, Jefferson County, W. Va. pzomptty dispatched. FlVl to shack of of the that the o- This on the trail Mrs Henry Sider, of Tonwanda, : New York, and Mrs. Thomas J. Rich- ard, of Front Royal, Vs., are guests of Mrs. Sider's sister, Mrs. R. J. Weir- W]gDNESDAY. ick, South Samuel street. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Clay, the former superintendent of Mont Alto Hospital in Washington, have been visiting Mrs. Clay's uncle, Mr. G. E. Hughes, i South Samuel treet. i to. Mr. and Mrs. Wilham T. Elder, Jr., & Wall, Into of Worthington Valley, Baltimoe co_unty, Md., were week-end guests of i Ir. and Mrs. G. T. Slmgart and Mr.i ALEs. !. Leland Shugart. H. Smith.i Prosecuting Attorne:, John T. Por- St. Brn i_tetield, has been in Fayette county, W. Va., for ten days, visiting hs fam- ily who went there in July to sp,t and two months. estate i J. B MiMisses Edna Hoover and Mildred "i "lls, both of Sharpsburg, Md., are ]ished .siting. 01eirH .ood College classmate, n The  ms Mary Rissler in twn over the COmplete i week-end. Miss Elizabeth Taylor has gone to Cod, Mass., where she will spend the month of August at Camp Cow- l assert, holding the position of general counselor. ! Miss Jane Broom Huntzbery, of Chamberburg, Pa., is i': to-n for a part of her school vaca:ion with h.=: | " ..m I rOV,'TI. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lamber, Mr. | and Mrs. Lee Lambel't, returned Sat- tk urday from a bLsiness trip occupying three days to Mount CTawford, Va. Mica Alma Johnson returned to her home n Ranson on Saturday from a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Elmer nable Beachley, at Myersxlle, Md. and Mrs. DougLass Barntmrt, of nsburg, were guests of the lat- si.00e_ r, Miss Lois z00tord00y at BLUE G E Miss Viola Barfield, of Charlottes - !ille, Vs., arrived several days past I}OUBLE in lhrfr a visit to Miss Esther Barfield, 01)EL s ! Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Weaver, of 4L] 8tunton, V, are visiting the latter's Uncle, Mr. M. K. Bowers, near Kear- PRICE i neysville. FOR SALE:No. I0 Remington Typewriter, in flood condition. HARRY W. RONEMUS, July 23-3t. Charles Town, W. Vs. across the street from Elliottt's and Wall, Strider & Wall's Meat Markets. J. B. McOAULEY. SHOE REPAIRING :---.Shop just PEACHF:Peaehes For Sale at Orchard near River or at resident, G. N. HORN, J.R. BELL, Shenandoah Junction, W. Va. County Infirmary, .May 21-tf. Aug. 6. Kearneysville, W. Va. Work and Play are the Same to Your Feet " "O matter what you are doing, if you use your feet then your fret are working. And you always have need for the Arch Preserver Shoe, the one shoe that pro- rides a normal.walking base.  famous aho stops foot abuse and strain; it supports and holds in shape the foot. It allows the foot to relax, to rest, even while you are walking. Besides, you have the prettiest of styles. MAX THEODORE 4 / f/ Ir0pical Suits PALM BEACH MOHAIR LINEN WE SHOW THIS SEASONS MOST WANTED SHADES AND PATTERNS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. ISAAC TOWN, HERZ - WEST WL "SHOWING THE PICK OF THE PICTURES" ...OPERA HOUSE... CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. PROGRAM WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1927 MONDAYEDMUND LOWE AND ALMA RUBENS IN WrHE WINDING STAIR." The romance of a laggard who loved amd" ai. met lot. One of the Fox Specials. Also Wisecrackers & News TUESDAYROD LAROCQUE IN "GIGOLO". Comedy, pa- thos, drama, and Poignsnt heart appeal combine to make this pic- ture the most absorbing prmiuctim of the season. Also "C, oIleg- inns" and News. WEDNESDAYRIN-TIN.TIN, The Wonder Dog, in '*rRACK- ED IN THE SNOW COUNTRY.', A gorgeously exciting meledra- ma; a sizzling suspe.nseful stoy that will bite your emotions. AI Comedy and News. THURSDAYPAULINE .STARKE, .OWEN . MOORE . AND LIONEL BARRYMORE IN "WOMEN LOVE DIAMONDS." A Play that dissects modern society, exposes sh,me, and tell sweetest love story in the world. Also Krazy Kats and News. FRIDAYWILLIAM BOYD AND ELINOR FAIR IN "THE YANKEE CLIPPER." A thrilling page from the' most glorious era in American Mstory when romance amt adventure rode high in the rigging of white-wid greyhounds of the sea. SATURDAYHOOT GIBSON IN "THE SILENT RIDER."--_ The girl he loved wanted a red-headed husbamt, and the way Hoot meets the requirements will double you up with laughter. Alo serial and Comedy. Remember 4 big shows mt Saturday 7:30 and 9 o'clock. Leadership IN VALUES HEINZ BEANS T E A With Pork and Tomato Sauce "Fhea-Nectar, Orange, Pekoe, india Ceylon and Mixed Tea Pkg. 12c PALMOLIVE SOAP 29c Cake 7c 3 Cans 23c H A. & P. BRAND PURE GRAPE JUICE Pts. 15c---Qts. SUGAR 100-Lb. Cloth Sack $6.40 LEMONS--Doz. - 35c NEW POTATOES 15-Lbs. 35 RINSO Large Package 23c CAMPBELL'S BEANS 3 Cans 25c A. & P. BAKED BEANS Can 8 Cents Yukon Club GINGERALE Pale Dry Bottle 10c--Plus Deposit ABNER DRURY BEVERAGE Light or Dark 4 Bottles 25c Plus Usual Deposit MASON Metal Top JARS Pints--Dozen 69c Quarts--Dozen 79 MASON Metal Jar TOPS Pints or QuartsDoz 25 IDEAL GLASS TOP JARS Pints--Doz. 89 Quarts--Doz. 99c ! ( Mrs. Carrie Reed Snydr, of Yellow !Springs, Ohio. was visiting wi her i aunt, Mrs. aura Strider the past i wee. Mr. Edward Casey, of Chester, Pa., -- Theodore's Corner Charles Town, W. Va. A. & P. BRAND APPLE SAUCE Can 12e IDEAL OR MA;ON JAR RUBBERS Dozen 7 Cen ...... ' ......... i i i i i i ' has been visiting his cousins, Mr. and .......... il  _ --" /- iMrs. C. C. Milier, East Washington HORSES FOR SALE, l SHOATS WANED. (street. work ! I have several good cheap Am s,+,00pping a loll of Shoa00s at N. il00t00[tlllL, l00l" I 00hIt ! $ t00ll00l t + i- Mr. and Mrs T Lee Shirle-, w+n+ +- horses for sale. Just the thing to get I. ,,, ^.....a - .... { Or  " "r * + J  .....  i, SOCa.va*u, 2)lon(la , ALl US i k. ey Svrir,s Va on Th,,rtsr ,v that fall plowing done with. I alsoi .... Y g i V. a sojourn'of--n a=/f...'Z'...'Cff" have a good five gaited saddle horse lbth. Can use snera n'om 30 to 10'.l lllCrw .nn.r,,, ............ 1905 -- ,,,, , u ,,,,e,s. andtwooodridinganddrivin,ko,.oeiDound s Cannot use an ,,, ,{,,o  _o,o_ uu.',, an ,.url( FROM EVERVu"nv + 5 " "" ............  ......... ne ....... v,. ,,++,,++ on++ +++ +Fa., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. a hor.. WM. A. +ttEiA +. trea+d. Highest market prices paid.+, i rank Turner, ,South Mildred street. : Aug. f.-2t. Charles Tow,. , Va. Write or phone me what you have for i Helen giabotham, of Nex Telepho :e 18-K. sale. WM. A. RIELY the of --0 .... Aug. 6-2t. Charles W. Va. ) at I for T00IE Xf Job lh,ne at th c, VVil! I I !i { +i ! :// / i} J