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.... :: ,Y::;J L/ : " ....... -: 7 'Y Y FOUR FARMERS ADVOCATE, AUGUST 26, 1922. FARMERS ADVOCA* R. C. RISSI.EIL Editor & Publisher. PUBLISHED SATURDAYS. Entered at the post office at CharIJs Town. W. Va., as second-class mail matter. WILL REMOVE TOLL-GATES. Arrangements have been partially completed for transferring the Ope- q:;on ard Berry's Ferry turnpike along ,qth the turnpike from Millwood through Berryvitle to the West Vir- nia state line over to the Virginia State Highway Commission on Sep- tember 1. The change will necessi- tate the removal of five toll-gates, one about a mile north of Royce, two at Millwood, and one south of Bcrryviite on the Millwood pike, and one north of Berryville on the Charles Totem pike, leaving only two in C larke county, both near Berryville, on the Winches- ter and Castleman's Ferry pike. Both pikes from which toll:gates will be: taken will be improved and maintain-i ed by the Commission. O KEARNEYSVILLE. Thursday, August 24, 1922. The joint meeting of the Berkeley and Jefferson Farm Women's and Farnls Club was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fulk, Wednesday of last week. The meeting was large- ]y attended, some 140 persons being m'esent. Prof. L. E. James, of the Dept. of Agriculture was present and addres.ed the meeting on "marketing of Farn Products." The next meet- ing wilt be held on September 21, at Monuments&Grave Markers e a Tea r e an I have the agency for one of the largest Monument Fertilizer Supply .:. Companies in America. Putting out hundreds of thous- ands of dollars worth of wol every year, this company l is in a position to save you money on your orders. I i In less than six weeks the fmers of this Let me show you specimens of their work and sub- I mit prices. I i will be seeding the fall wheat crop. Have you thought about what effect the present GEO. W. WHITTINGTON  road strike may,have on the question of your  your fertilizer supply? Box 57, Route 1. Kearnevsville, W. Vs.  Even if the strike should end tomorrow it will several months for the Raih'oads to get their eqm back to normal. BE INDEMNIFIED    Then again, when the Raih'oad strike is settled FORFIRE YOURLosSES.  "' i  will be given priolity over everything else to be i IT PAYS YOU N and therefore feFtilizer shipments are again likelv to delayed.Isn,t it wolh while to place your order where" IJqI T--P , know the goods will be delivered to vou WHEN a'=:?L ! with " pay   PRICE IS RIGHT. n This we can guarantee to do and what's more and restitution is certain.  WHO MAKES YOUR SUIT  We have our factory at Charles Town filled up a large supply of fel'ilizers and fertilizer materials This agency also urges t " It pays to know.  all grades and can take care of your needs promptly. safe-guards and vigilance  - - in preventing fire.  Is the Fabric of the right material? i Washington, Alexander & Cooke Co. Washington, Alexander Is the Style correct? r WACCO FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS. Cooke  Is the Workmanship first class?  CHARLES TOWN, - WEST VII Local Agency of i We have Suits from a maker you can The Hartford Fire  depend upon for all these things. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ham- mand, at Walper's Cross Roads. Miss Pauline Randall, of Shepherds- town. has been visiting Miss Mildled Marshall. Insurance Company. THEODORE BROS. MOBGANS GROVE FAi Mrs. Willard. Grimes and two chil-i INSTALL RADIO SETS. : SHEPHERDSTOWN, WEST VA. dr'hef IsrtinIbur  amSUnd2'[ Herbert and Paul Miller are among Theodore's Corner, Chrrles Town, W. Va. ..... =  ,'.'.... ., ,m,o "[ the first residents of the Kearneys- te:*tarnne'l;rSa?e:lv 1 eghltSuny en;iville neighIx)rhbod to have radio sets _ ___ [ F [ V E B [ G the P--s ......... y , . class oi!installed in their homes. As most of!===.._.... _ ...... _-- , ednearftoonrcn at ner home the wireless serdce is received at i ...... -" .......... ermoT"#rfeo,'reana,sn#utn-! out having to neglect their daily du- an'd son Art - "fi-:'-" _., mrs. rme I ties. They are getting concerts and L Pa -as''--t-r'-aynes'v'r"lectures nearly every mght from Sep|. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ,in;bu"rg'a,.nlesoe ' ]Ir.%anrl iuttbuftghO;anWaShoington2 and on I M E MA,E Trusse!l. ...... I suped cho# mu;ie a vihot'"nv%; '-uc ,xvtHl an8 resoyT, erlan sun- even to cI'M1k thE "flive" day Schools were on a picnic at the "" Opequon Creek Wednesday afternoon, 0------- near Payne's Ford. MRS. JENNIE E. MAUCK. Misses Alice Hopper and Margaret Trusseil are viting friends in Wash- News has been received ly relatives in,ton, D.C. of t}e cent death in Atlanta, Geor- Mrs. J. T. White. Mr. and Mrs. uia, of Mrs. Jennie E. Mauck wife of Urner Wh. ite,mtor ed up from Wash- V. T. Mauck, former resilents of ington, D. C., and visited Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Town. Her death came as W. B. Hammond. , quite a shock to her relatives and Miss Fannie Trump has returned friends as she was ill only one week home frvm ELkL'. W. Va. with pneumonia. 9 -- Mrs. Mauck is survived by er hus- band and two sons, also three sisters, SHENANDOAH JUNCTION. Mrs. Bettie H. Young, of Falls Church, Va.. Mrs. Alice E. Russell, of Great Thursday August 24, 1922. Bend, Karts., and Mrs. Fenton Griffith, Mrs. Nina Porter Whitacer, of of Charles Town. Washington, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. ,  L. Engle last week. Master John Bready, of Brunswick, t SUMMIT POINT. is spendin this week with his aunt, i Mrs. Ed. Clipp. . Thursday, August 2"4, 1922. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Creamer and Rev. J. S. Engle, of Shenandoah baby motored to MadLcon county, Va., l.Junction preached in the Methodist md are spending this week with Tel- ] Churc h last Sunday evening for Rev. atives. , ,  _. tO. D. Lambert, who With his wife and mr. aria rs. uornelius StribblinRi family are enjoying a vacation in ami up from Washington and sDe.nt GreenbHer county. W. Vs., at the old u uav wtn elr augnter, rs. WlI- * home. liam Hendricks. Rev. William Beehler vill pre$ch Miss Alice Wolfenberger. of Page his last sermon for the year in the ounty. has spent the mast several Baptist Church September 3rd, at 8 weeks with her sister. Mrs. Mmln p.m. The people in this community Seal. at Bardane. regret his going away. but .this being Mr. and Mrs. Granville Shirley and his senior year at the University, Rich- sn, of Cumberland, Md., have return-, m,nd ed from a trip to Atlantic City and:'"r' Vs., they wish him God speed. . . and Mrs. Dickson, of Baltimore, Canada. and tpped off here for. a t Md., with their little son, are spend- ;no vst to mr. ano mrs. . a. mr- ing a while at the home of Mr and Icy. i * " .... ; ............. Mrs. C. E. Harms. Yr. tn rewn an ar. wmmmi Miss Eleanor Wvdham of Wil- Brown. both ,to,netted dth the Car- .o.ai.,.  ,,;*', '+; ...... a m-ie Steel Work at Pittsburgh, Pa.,' f"l.ie(ise'.e"ast',ee'k. " ............. motored with t  "- families to Jeffer- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marshall enter- on and spe, " : week with their tained a number of their friends on father. Dr. W. "-" Brown and other Friday evening of last week. Music, relatives in the ccmty. Misses A,,-* oom Link and dancing, then came refreshments. Miss Mary Park Shepherd, of Clarke Audrey Blaek- " are attendine the county. Vs., is a visitor at the home Teachers Instftte in Charles To,n ! of her sister. Mrs: W. E. Colston. this week. Recent xdsitors at the home of Mr. The Hed'esville Orchestra booked and Mrs. W. E. Brom were: Miss to provide music for the entertainment  at the schooI house here Thursdayl Laura Licklider, of Shepherdstown: Miss Ella Watson. of Fairmont W. night, was unable to come and the'va.; the Misses Hilbert. Edith'and c,mcert or the piano fnnd is ostnon- ....... i Jeanette Hoffmaster, and Master For- ed indefinitely. , rest Hoffmaster, all of Charles Totem Mrs. L. ft. Shirley has returned from vicinity. a visit +o her married children in Cure- Miss Edna Locke. of Martinsburr, berland. W. Va.. is visiting her aunt. Miss Kate Mr..l,h. Elliotf and faro;Iv motor-i Riley ed to Charlottesville Thursday, sum- Mr. and Mrs. Georre Glasscock a-d roomed there by the death of his sister .... Julian. ,cetlv attended a family Mr and Mrs. Frank F,alev have ''''' reunion at Middletown. Vs.. at the Toved into rooms over C. W. Myers' tmme of Mr. and Mrs. 5. C. Beatly. store. Misses Pauline v, nd Genevieve Pos- Miss .los;e Hendricks and Mr. ton left last week for a visit with Henrs- line Greaver were married by their sister, Miss Anna Poston, Win- Rev. T. M. Swarm in Charles Town chester Va. t,, 12th of August. The groom is 5Iiss'L Simnsonhaseturedfrom from Stau,ton, Va.. the bride the .most enjoyable visit to Durham, N. auhter of Mr. and Mrs. Har, Hen-" dricks, of this vicinity. Messrs. Elmer Erdson and Raymond --- Coates, of Baltimore Md.. were ,uests SALE CALENDAR. of Mr. a,d Mrs J, W. Marshall last -- . week at "Rocky Glen Cottage." Satitrday, August 26.Tuscawilla Farm of 264 acres, 2% miles west of Charles Town. Sale at the Court House at 11 a. m, by J. James Skin- ner and Forrest A. Bawn, Executors. Saturday, August 26.Five tracts l of Real Estate in Loudoun county. Sale at farm 3]]lbe  south of Harpers i Ferry, near H'I- re road. b C. C.[ Gaver. Executor... Tuesday. Augnst 29.--Live Stock,] horses, cattle and bogs, one and a half miles north of Middleway, by J. W. Eddy. Thursday, August 31.--Live Stock nd farming implements, on the Hurst Sarm, 5-miles northwest of Charles! q'own, b" A. B Hurst. Saturday, September 9. Live Stock farm equipment and household goods, one-quarter mile southeast of Summit] Point, by David S. Childs. Tuesday, September 19:--Real Es- at the Court House. by Frank L. John T. The many friends of Mrs. H. P. Light. will be glad to know of her re- turf, from the hospital. Mrs. W. C. Robinson with her son, Mr. Parkins Crisman, has gone to the beach for an outing. Mrs. Carrie Bailey was called to Woodstock. Vs.. last week to see her son. Mr. Walter Bailey who is indis- posed. Mr. T. 14olme Farr&worth has re- tur-ed to A;oodhine, Md. Mise Edna and Alice Farnsworth sttendd a picnic at Middletown last Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hess. a daut, hter on the 19tb inst. Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Ware have e- trained fm an outing at Berkeley $5,000 IN CIRCUS ACTS Plenty of high-class standard vaudeville and circus acts i front of grandstand daily. Without fear of contradiction, we c truthfully say that you will find at Morgan's Grove the highest class amusement of any fair in this section. Every act a feature act. It is just something new done in a new way. The only theatrical venture of its kind conducted by any fair in the enti East. Also Merry-Go-Round, Ferris Wheel Whip, Danchag, Springs, W. Vs. CoL and Mrs_ Bamear. of Norfolk, Vs.. have re,ted the Bailey Dropelv, h,';n ,ved here last Fridav. Mrs. Eliza Franklin. who has been visiting relatives here, bs returned to her, home in Leesbur, Va. After five yearn, "Hunts" Show vis- vlace " " on Your Wheat Land With ALBA MARL / Before Seeding and increase your yield of wheat as well as' getting a good stand of Clover and Timothy to follow. Ask any farmer who has used it. LOW PRICEI). Loaded in your truck or wagon at our works for only $3.00 per ton in bulk. Small extra charge for loan of sacks. Your order filled at any time without delay, or previous arrangement. Drive in and get loaded up. Alba Marl Lime Co.00 # Two Miles West of Charles Town, where Middleway Pike crosses B. & O. Railroad. Fall Prices ON IN GROUND LIME ORDER TO RELIEVE OUR STORAGE SPACE, WE ARE OFFER- ING TO ANY FARMER WHO COMES TO OUR PLANT Our Shenandoah Ground Lime at $1.50 per ton THIS LIME IS EASILY HANDLED AND IN A VRY ACCESSIBLE PLACE, AND IS AN EXCEPTIONAL VALUE, ESPECIALLY AS THE PRICE OF NEARLY ALL GRADES OF LIME IS ADVANCING THIS FALL ON AC- COUNT OF HIGH-PRICED FUEL. BRING YOUR WAGONS OR TRUCKS TO OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA., AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF $4,000 IN PREMIUMS . Representing. every department of farm and Community tding Ladies De.lt..ent; Agricultural Department; BAND CONCERT Twice Every Day by Farmms Band of Baltimore t See Balloon Ascension Every Day Special Reduced Rates on'the Cumberland Valley and Norfolk & Western Railways. $ FOR I;ORSATION WRITE C. S. MUSSER, Secretary. ...OPERA HOUSE... CHARLES TOWN, , WEST Vh, THE BETTER KIND OF ENTERTAINMENT OR.CHESTRA A LITTLE BETTER THAN MOS Program For Week of Aug. 28---Sept. . MONDAY-- Metro Pictures Offer ALICE LAKE IN "THE INFAMOUS MISS REVELL" TUESDAY-- Vitagraph Pictures Offer CORINE GRIFFITH ' IN "VIRGIN'S SACRIFICE" , ,' WEDNESDAY WATCH SCREEN for TITLE and Pictures Present CHAPLIN IN THURSDAY Paramount SID J "KING- - -QUEEN- --JOKER" BIG' FIRST NATIONAL SHOW FRIDAY NIGHT WATCH SCREEN FOR IT. THIS UNUSUAL OFFER. Blair Limeslone Co. SATURDAY---BigALL SEATS ,oSpeciaIcENTs.Matinee MILLVILLE, WEST VA. Job Done this