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FARMERS ADVOCATE, AUGUST 6, 1927. SANITARY MILK. I i Appreciating the support that the I consumers of Charles Town hae t gven me, I feel it my duty to furuishl &bern wth a clean safe product. To IMmure a high quality of pure milk I bye metalled the most modern equip- to protect the hulk that I set at {heir doorxteps. My equipment in- s a steam boiler bottle washer md sterilizer. All bottles are care- .eclwmhed and sterilized. Milk is and aerated. All milk is cooled limmdiately after it comes from the m0. Another important equipment is $ bottle fiiller w-[th modern containers luad straSners--all of this equipment installed in a modern milk house /mJoothly plastered that it may be kept gben and sanitary. mers are respectfully inedited tO call and see how our product is bamdled. For your health's sake use more ]pure milk. JAMES A. DAILEY, Route 2, Charles Town, W. Vs. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION. Thursday, August 4, 1927. Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Blackford motor- .ed to Massanetta Springs, Va., Satur- dal and returned Monday afternoon. iss Ctherine Link visited Atlan- tic City last week. Mrs. Raymond Vi2xs spent several d.ys last week with Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Crab, fiord, in Frederick, Md. Mrs. Clifton Graves and children are visiting relatives this week in Martins- burg. Mr. Jasper Hill spent several days last week at Atlantic City. Rev. Mr. Leach has arrived at the nse at Duffieids from his former large at Greenville, S. C., and will in the Presbytezan Church,. unday night. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hendricks and  children have gone to CherTydale, Va., end a week with relatives. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black-' ford, at Baxdane, a daughter, Elinor Virginia Blackford. 0 :: SUMMIT POINT. Thursday, August 4, 1927. Monday was a "day of events" for bIaber Warren Meade LaRue when he ttended John Robinson's circus at ' Winchester, Va. Mr. James Harrison, an old neighbor mome twenty years ago, with his son l IPrgnk, of Charlotte, N. C., was in the vllMrg ? this week calling on friends. . and Mrs. Marshall Lazmater lind family, of Roanoke, Vs., are Iending sometime with Mr. Lancas- tlts parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lan- INtlter. Mires Janie Michener returned from It delightful visit in Washington, D. C,, last Saturday. Mr. S. S. Graatham, of Durbin, W. V&., spent the week-end with his sis- r Mrs. T. B. Farnsworth. Miss Pearl Boring, of Pitsburgh, Pa., Wilt arrive today for a visit at the l=ome of Mr. and Mrs. W.E.. . Brown. Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Ware motored 0 Berkeley Spring, W. Va., and spent !t few days, returning on Tuesday, IRdnging with them little Miss Corinne ]lillce, their niece, of Berkeley Springs. Mrs. John Coleman, of Berryville, V, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrm. M. B. Bane. Rev. M. L. Fearnow and Prof. J. P W=tre took some children from here, 4d in Middleway and picked up theFresh Air children who are there l[r@m New York, and drove over to I.etown to see the little shut-in, Miss Tsy Clendening, on Wednesday. Lit- tle Topsy seemed very cheerful and the address of the little New Yorkers to remember them by card. Misses Alice and Edna Farnsworth, with their guest Miss Reva Berlin, of Berryville, Va., motored to Harrison- burg, Va., last week-end and visited Miss Ruth Berlin at State College. Miss Berlin joined them on a trip to taunton, Va. 0" 7"-. KEARNEYSVILLE. Thursday, August 4, 1927. Recent guest at "Hill Crest Inn." Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Raznsey, Mr. and Mrs. George Pitson, Mr. Sidney Phle- gm, of Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr. and rs. Carl Venishel, Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. Debbie Smith, Takoma Park, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Muchn, Master Eltsworth Machin, T. H. Tay- |or, Baltimore, Md.; J. T. Harshman, Mi Ragonnia, Hagerstown, Md.; Mr. id Mrs. C. H. Rice and Miss athleen er, Pdvcr Side; Mr. Elmer Hoyle son, Barnesville, Mr. Ernest Hoyle son, Dickerson, Md.; Mr. Clayton ,Hoyle, W a..'ngtvn, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. John King, Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller and family, Miss Ruth Miller have returned hoae fn)m a caznping trip of three 'ks along th Opequon Creek. Miss Dorothy Horn has returned Ill)me from a trip to Washington, D. Max Brown, Traey Brown and C. J. .fler, spent a few days at Atlantic City last week. Miss Lucille Brown has been ap- mted teacher at Moler's X-Roads. $ county. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hopper and ghter, Miss Alice, have returned a pleasant trip to Cleveland, O. Mrs. Wesley Kline entertained the "Circle" of the Presbyterian Auliaz.T her home here last week. 'Mr. Henry Stanley was given a sur- rise "birthday parity" at the home of varents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stan- Zas, last Monday evening. *liss Virginia Marshall has been a. Smest of Miss Hoffrnan at Bunker Hill, W. Va. llaxine Willis. of Hagerstown, Md.. viting her grandmother, Mrs. R. V. McDonald. Mrs. a. I,. Omps deli.gh,,tfully enter- tined the Vanclevesville Farn Worn_ art's Club, Friday, July 22. About 40 member:; and a numbcr of visitors were present. 3ir. Carter. of Slv, pherdstown, has been appointed prizc] 'at of the Kear- neysvillo (;on ,d chm , with 5h- Laura Thomp:,ol,. Mi-. to' Clipp and rs. lu,,ar,]l \\;\'i,' :,s :L -! :',a:',s Sl. :-tore tell nc, eds, C.P ....... Link's Annual Aug. Starting Saturday, Aug. 6th Ending S aturday, Aug. Ready-lo=Wear Deparlmenl Dresses ALL $16.75 DRESSES $10.75 THESE INCLUDE PRINTED GEOR- GEI'ES, FLAT CREPES AND CREPE DE CHENES ALL $10.75 DRESSES $6.75 TItESE ARE STRIPED SILKS FEW NATURAL PONGEES $3.75 each Smart Tailored Frocks for Fall ST. GEORGE THERE WILL BE BUILDING D LOTS OF D v 14 to IS Dress SPECIAL PRICES ON CHILDRENS' READY PRINTED FLAXONS BATISTES (Everfast Were 50c---On 39c yard PRINTED VO Were 50c and 65 25c yard 3478 "- , ,- CROMWELL "Playtime 44,e On Sale Fmhim Bodk / $ 39c ALL PRINTED CREPE DE 25 per cent OTHER SPECIALS ON COUNTER LINK CHARLES TOWN, DeLaval Milker This thoroughly practical labor saver will be EXHIBITED AT THE CHARLES TOWN HORSE SHOW AND FAIR AUGUST 9th, 10th and 11th, 1927 Be Sure and See It In Operation Standard Hardware Co. CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. Allenlion MR. FARMER The Fall Plowing Season is on and the ground is going to get hard, but that does not affect the FORDSON If you will let us know when you start plowing we will bring our FORDSON out and plow for you without ,any obligation on your part. Jellerson Motor Company J. D. YOWELL. Proprietor. AUTHORIZED LOCAL FORD DEALER CIIARLES TOWN. WEST VA. PERSONALS. Mr. William H. Rettberg, of Balti- more, Md., visited his sister, Mrs C. W. Brown over the week end. Dr. J. M. Miller and Dr. J. J. Pitt- man have been enjoying a ort va- cation at Berkeley Springs. Miss Jones, of Markham, Va., is the guest for some days of Miss Agnes Smith, South Samuel street. Mrs. Bane Brown and daughter, Miss Gertrude Brown, are visiting friends at Salunga, Pa. LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS. Thursday, August 4, 1927. Wheat ............... : ....... 1.29 Corn ........................ 5.25 Eggs ......................... 22 Chickens--over 4-1bs ............ 18 Chickens--over 2-1bs., young... Creamery Butter ............... 42 Country Butter ................ 30 Shoulders and Sides ........... ,22 Potatoes .......... . ........... 1.50 Beef Cattle .............. 08 to .09 Veal Calves .............. 08 to .11 Hogs ................... 08 t .09 Lard ......................... 15 Local Retail Markets. 0 i ER'gs ......................... 28 Tuesday, August 9th will be Farm-:Creamery Butter ............... 52 ers Day at the Charles Town Horse , 'ou-try Butter ............... 2,5 Show al Fair...Bring the family.  ......................... 20 Illlllllllll JEFFSSO TEACHERS' Jefferson will convene ditorium, a three day day, August through the following iz Virginia B. Weaver, tion; Ada Dept., Clarkson, The public or all of the stitute wee I. Supt. of lllllllllllllllll!lllll EDERA f iili SPECIAL 30 x 3/2 Federal Cord ..... 30 x 3./:, Tube ..... 29 x 4.40 Federal Defender Cord - - 29 x 4.40 Tube ....... A GENUINE TIRE AND TUBE BU We have bought a large quantity of Tires and that's the reason why we are ing them so reasonahle. qb All Tires and Tubes Carry Standard CASH CASI this ill HYMAN VIEN E ,06 Charles Town, W. Va. ,,,,,, I I I I I I111 II /