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FARMERS ADVOCATE, AUGUST 26, 1922. # PERSONALS. Mrs. Frank P. Athey, of Martins- burg, has been visiting members of her family in this county. Mr. Gar- land Athey at Middleway and Mrs. W. E. Carper. near Duffields. Miss Frances M. McAtee has re- Iurned to her home at "Belle View" farm, near Wheatland, after spending some time with her sister, Mrs. S. C. W. Htryett. near Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wade, of Fail'-. mont. W. Va., have been in the county! visiting Mr. Wade's aunts, Mrs. W. H.. Gffith in town and Mrs. Char. A. tson, near Halltown. Miss Margaret Rettberg, who had been visiting the family of Mr. C. W. Brown has returned to her home in: Baltimore, accompanied by her cousin,, Miss Theo Brown. Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Williams and little daughter Margaret Louise, of Middletown, Va.. spent Thursday vis- iting Mrs. Williams parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Pittman. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Flynn and daugh- ter, Virginia Flynn, and Miss Hazel Kepple, of Pittsburgh, Pa.. were here visiting Mrs. J. H. Dutterer. Sr., for the week-end. Mrs. E. L. Jamison with her two sons, Lee B. and Gordon. of Albany," New York, is a guest of her sister, Irs Lyman Linson. East Washing- T MANY TEACHERS ATTEND (Continued from page 1) Linsey, Grace E., Martinsburg. Licldider. Laura, Shepherdstown. Maddex. Evelyn, Shenandoah Junc- tion Maddex, Alice B., Shepherdstow. MacDonald. Vivian, Shepherdstown. ' Miskimmon, Beatrice, Bolivar. Moore, Mrs. Malt H., Charles Tow. Phillips, Martha, Charles Town. Pine. Mar), B., Kealeysville. Pittman, Josephine. Charles Town. Polhamus. Gertrude, Summit Point. Ramey, Nina M.. Charles Towu. Reinhart. Agnes, Shepherdstom. Rider. Virginia, Halltown. Rightstine, Louise, Shepheistown. Russell, Mrs. Ida P., Charles Town. Selden, Eleanor, University Va. Shepherd. Lucie P., Berr.w'ille. Va. Shirley, Meta B.. Kearneysville. Tavenner, Jennie. Charles Town. Thompson, Mabel, Shepherdstom. Trump, Elizabeth, Kearneysville, Turner, Nellie G., Charles To-n. Thornton, Mattie F., Switchback. W. Va. Wiest, sther V., Rippon. Wetzel. Mrs. Margaret A., C harles Town. Wilkinson. Florence. Grafton. W. Va. Winters, Catherine. Shepherdstown. Link, Anna M.. Charles Town. Strider, Laura C.. Shepherdstown. Bready. Ella, Martinsburg, W. Va. Men (White) PUBLIC SALE Intending to leave the state -ill sell at Public Sale without reserve at my home. one-fourth mile southeast of Summit Point, W. Va., on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1922, beginning at 10 a. m., the following personal property: THREE HD. HORSES---ONE PONY Pet, black mare. 7-yrs. old. works anywhele hitched, in foal bv John Allen's horse, insurance paid" Love. black mare, 7-yrs. old. a good strap mare; Lady, bay mare. 5-yrs .old. a fine driver safe for women and chil- dren to drive and a good extra horse on fame; 1 bay horse colt, 1-year old. One black mare Pony, 3-yrs. old. fine style and safely broken for children. SIX HEAD OF COWS. All in good flow of milk now, 4 to be fresh this fall. other 2 in spring. EIGHT HEAl} OF HOGS. Six Poland China Shoats, weighing 125 pounds each; 2 nice sows with first littler of pigs by their side. FARMING IMPLEMEN'rs. One Studebaker wagon with bed: 1 pair 2-horse shelvings, 1 single disk harrow. 1 Deering horse rake, 1 Deer- ing mower, 1 Deering binder, 1 Inter- national manure spreader 1 Interna- tional riding cultivator with two sets of shovels; one 10-disc Thomas wheat drill, 1 Simplex corn planter with fertilizer attachment; 1 pulverizer 1 ton street. Ambler, Humphrey, Charles Town. springtooth harrow, 1 new laud dlg, Miss Frances Capper,of Winchester,' Crampton, Benjamin, Charles Town. Va., and Miss Evelyn Black, of Wood- Davis, Richard. Shepherdstom. 1 dra$ harrow, 1 Syracuse'2 or 3- bine, Md.. were al Cool Spring Horse Denny, Wright. Charles Tovn. horse plow, 2 mowing scythes, one 5- ......... shovel cultivator 1 single shovel plow, Show week, guests of Miss Margaret tenny, t, eorge rL, nartes town. 2 ..... ,, " _ , .Young. Engle Daniel E S hen Junction  uouole snovei prows, 3 compmte sod .... " .L.. ' r-^__" ...... 'r !cutters for Syracuse plows; 3 plow Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Sexsmith, Mis- va." " ,,springs; t corn. coverer, I. corn cutter, heeled, 1 Simplex cutting box, one es Hollace Williams and Elizabeth Hartzell. George, Shepherdstown. -" " -" -'" Sexsmith, all of Baltimore, Md.. are Heare, Geo. N., Shepherdstown. portable hog loading schute: 1 corn eSts of the family of Mr. E. Frank V1S. Mrs. J. M. Lancaster with her two children. Catherine and Richaxi, of Richmond, Va., is in town visiting i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Phil- lips. Mr. F. L. Yates, of the George Washington University, is at the "Bloomery" for his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Yates. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allder and little daughter Dorothy, of Lyndhurst, N. J., have been visiting Mr. Allder's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Allder. Dr. Hugh J. Hagan, of Roanoke, Va., who joined his family at Mr. Wil- |Jam Campbell's for the week of the Horse Show, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ramey and lit- tle daughter Dorothy. ef Pittsburgh, Pa.. have been visiting Mr. Ramey's father, Mr. D. W. Ramey. Mrs. W. C. Ruhl and son Geo. Ross RuM, of Washington, are visiting the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Bertha Baker, East Liberty street. Misses Esther and Mary Kindey, of: Salunga, Pa.. and Miss Beeklan, of Roanoke, Va., have been visiting the family of Mr. C. F. Wall. Mrs. Perry Pasten and two little daughters, of Baltimore, Md., are vis- iting the former's parents, Mr. and trs. C. W. Taylor H ............. i sheller, 1 lop cart 1 feed cooker, one enurlCZS, tlloerc nen Junction. 1 "  " " - ....... - -"--._ -norse weeder, 2 straw knives one rerr walter  nepnerusom  , .  Kretzer, Cha. C., Shepherdsto. : repmner, everything above mention- Link, James L., Darke. ed is new, having been in use only McKee, K S.. Shepherdstown. three years. McKee, Newton. Shepherdstown. VEHICLES:One new carriage, 1 Ramey. Arthur L., Charles Totem. new, made to order Thrush & Stough 'hite. Harry L., Shepherdstown. rubber-tire buggy, 1 pony cart, new; Women (Colored) ' 1 pony wagon, new; 1 spring wagon with crate made to fit bed, both new; Blakey, Sarah M., Marinsburg, W.;] cutter sleigh, 1 speed cart. One Va. Craven, Cerella P.. Charles Town. IIamilton, Lillian, Harpers Ferry. Jackson. Celi B., Charles Town. Laws. Emma R., Berryviile. Va. Page, Mary N., Buckeystown. Md. 490 Chevrolet Touring Car, in good condition. All of the above vehicles are equipped with good lights. HARNESS:--One set Yankee har- ness, 3 sets plow gears. All harness have adjustable haines. Four work Saunders, Inez, Harpers FeTy. collars, 3 bridles. 4 halters, 1 set dou- Shelton. Charlotte, Halltown. ble driving harness, brass mounted, Snowden, Imna.-Charles Town. i complete with bridles, collars and Men (Colored) . i choke straps; 1 set single driving Branson. John W.. Shepherdstown. i harness; 1 et pony hrness, 1 pony Braxton. Ed. L., Charles Town. riding bridle, 1 army saddle and bri- Dennis, Bernard M., Harpers Ferry. ble. All harness are new, having only Dnnie, W. H Harpers Ferry. been used 3-yeas. Dermic. Carrol L., Harpers Ferry. ! MISCELLANEOUS:--One set of Harris, John W., Shepherdstowm. , Blacksmith Tools complete, , Herbert, Char. Wm.. Kearneysville. ':of drill, anvils, vices, forge and all Jackson, Phil. Charles Town. necessary tongs and hammers, braces Nipper, Clarency, Harpers Ferry. McDaniel, Robt. Harpers Ferry. Robinson. G. E., Bolivar. LEETWN. Thursday, August 24, 1922. bits, saws. chisels, and everything that i is used in a shop; one horse machine, 1 set steelyards. ropes, 2 spray pumps, 3 scoop dig iron, wire 2 wrenches, pick, mattock, 9 1 foot power grind stone, 1 emery wheel. 1 complete set of locust poles Rev. and Mrs. George Oliver and notched for manger, lot of wire and children, of Roanoke. Va.. visited Dr. bob wire, 1 double-deck factory made Miss Rose Hildebrand, of Ashville. H. P. Hirst and family last week. bob sled, bear 2-tons; 25 bushels of : " Mrs. Maggie Kressler, of Newville,, shriveled wheat, some old corn; two :North Carolina, and Miss Inez Moore, Pa., is with her sister, Miss Rose Fulk  hamper baskets sack holder, sleigh i of Alexandria, Va., are visiting Miss ! having been called here on account of bells, 8 cow chains, lot of gaien tools Frances Packette. '  . " . , the death of her mother, Mrs. Fu_lk. breas chains, log chains, new auto , Miss Laura Strider, of Shepherds-i Mr. Charles W. Williams is suffer-chains, four 4-prong forks; 3 long -4om, is a guest of her brother, Mr. : ing from a broken arm, resulting from  handle forks, 1 silo fork, about 25 D, C. Strider, and is attending t each- cranking a friends car. bushels of potatoes. err' institute. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Graham and lit- tle son, of Washington. are visiting liar. and Mrs. Har' Sw|mley west of town Mrs. John H Rodefer and little daughter Mary EIoise, have been vis- iting Miss Bessie J, Jones in Hagers- town, Md. " Miss Ruth Reininger who has been endinr week with Miss Edna fer. in I , hepherdstown, has return- ed home. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Elgin and son 'ade. of Washington, were in town over Sunday, visiting Mrs. Bertha Baker. Mrs. Anne C. Holding and daughter, Miss Anna L. Holding, of East Orange. N. J., al visiting Miss Belle Snyder. Mrs. Clarence G. Griffith arid four daughters, of Richmond, Va., ar viM- Ring Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Grifltk. Mrs. T. M. Swann and little daugh- ter. Ida Grace, are visith-" relatixesT, and friends .in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Erich Heffner and three chil- dren. of Washington, D. C., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bunting. Mrs. Frank R. Cockrell and little daughter Elizabeth, are visiting friends in Wilmington, Delaware. Miss Lois Smoot has returnei to her home in Woodstock, Va., after a visit o he raunt, Mrs. Lee Young. Mr. J. D. Butler left Saturday to visit his son, Mr. S. Boyd Butler, at Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. E. L. Anderson, Ttlesday of this week in Wash- mm, D.C. Mrs, J. M. Melvin and son Marshall, of Baltimore, Md., are at the "Bloom- el." Miss Ella Irvin, of Edlnburg,/Va., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John W. The interior of the Methodist Church : has been beautified with paper and paint. Mrs. Christianna Fulk. aged eighty nine years, passed away early Sunday morning, at the home of her daut s ter-iu-law. Mrs. Gertie Fulk, vicinity. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at the home, con-! ducted by the Rev Wm. M. Compton Interment at Shepherdstom The death of Mr. Joseph Nicewarner was a severe shock to the entire neigh- borhood, his illness was of short dura- tion, of acute indigestion and the end came at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning. He is suiwived by his wife who form- 'erly was Miss Dunn two daughters, Misses Corine and Betie, three sons. Charles. Willard and Howard. all at home. 0 FOWLS:--About 350 chickens, more or less; 12 ducks 3 turkey hens and 1 gobbler, 8 young turkeys. FRUITS--Canned and otherwise, :, about 25 barrels of apples on trees, : mostly Alba Marl Pippin variety. About 2 barrels of sweet potatoes. About 25 bushels of stock beets. FEEDS---Abou 12 aces of corn to be sold by the acre. estimated at 10- barrels per acre; 10 tons or more of clean clover hay, well cured. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. One sideboard with mimer: I Wal-' nut Extension Table, 8-ft. long; 1 Oak Extension Table 6-it'. long; 2 good kitchen tables, 1 new Kitchen Cabinet. 1 Adelphia oil stove. 3-burner. with oven; 6 cane seat chairs, 4 dining chairs, 5 rocking chairs, 1 morris chair. MAN WANTED :, iron beds with mattress and springs for each; 1 wooden bed with mattress and springs; 1 cherry bureau, 1 oak -- bureau fith mirror; 1 walnut ward- WANTED:A man with some ex- robe 2 washstands, 1 cherry; some perience to assist with house work and bed clothes, 36 yards Linoleum; one dining room work in private family. Fiber Rug 9x12; lot old matting, 10 'Regular employment, good wages, home-made brooms, 1 double heater Write or phone to coal stove, I chunk stove, 1 Franklin! ..... J. Y. JAMISON, JR.., stove, 1 Excelsior Cook Stove, 1 refrig- ug.z-t. riagrstown,, ,a. erator, 100-IBM. capacity; 1 small roll: -------- !. ', '" top desk;'l No. 10 DeLaval sepanator,! uraer ox t'UDllCauon. I water separator, two 5-gal. cream I -- cans, lot cooking utensils, dishes, The State of West Virginia. crocks, jars; 5-gallon churn, some pic-i Jefferson County, To.wit::tures, tubs, clocks, lamps, vindow. , blinds, lot dried nawy beans in quart' At rules held in the Clerk s office of :' . s; ....... ' the Circuit Court of effe-on Count,, i jar, nrass ezue ana pots. ome cur- ! August 17th, 1922. " ' :'ed meat, shoulders and sides; 1 New; , Perfection oil heater, i Flora M. Smith, Plaintiff VS. TERMS:A cedit of 12 months i will be allowed on sums over $10.00, B. D. Gibson. Exr., et al., Defendants. i the purchaser to give a negotiable, i OBJECT OF SUIT l well endorsed, interest bearing note, To obtain a decree of 'sale of lot' payable at any bank fn Charles Town. 'No. 525, South Samuel street, Charles, Sums of $10.00 or less will be cash. I *Town, W. Va., former residence of[No property to be removed until set- Cruger W. Smith, and reinvest the tied for. proceeds of said sale, under orders i DAVID S. CHILDS. of the Court and under further orders Char. T. Engle & Bro., Auct. of said Court to pay the interest on Robt. N. Hardesty, Irvin. the said reinvested proceeds ,to life- I.N. Bonham, Clerks. tenant for life, and after her death to I .................................. -- Mr. John S. Alfriend, Jr., of Weston, the parties interested, and to construe! PUBLIC SAt W. Va., was in town for the Horse the will of said Cruger W. Smith. i Show. It appearing, on affidavit filed in this Havin- rntenl -^ ...... Mr Leslie Platt of Brooklyn r V . i   a , , ,, ,- ,,,, "- "" -" ....... sult, that the defendant, Marshall W. T ................. - . vimting Mr. Guy Davis. in Ransom ' ,,+ - o ,,,, ,oiAent of tho -+oo ' nomaS r_amy, anu menamg o uis- Mr. Nelson Coleman spent several -u,.+ x,-, ,.  h], .... ,., continue farming I "ill sell wthout days this week in Washington, + ........ :+.. . aon+. o+. ,rve wnee  now sme, one anu ,, ,,m-,,- W, .................... a h 1 ............... a I miles nori:n oI Dlluievv, the date of the first publication of this V " " order, and do what is necessary- to pro_ a., on \\; . STATE LEVY la CENTS " " " i tect his interest in this matter. It is] TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1922, I The state board of public works has ordered that a copy o this order be I the following personal property.  i fixed the state levy at 15 cents on the  forthwith published o6ce a week for 1, FIVE MILK COWS $100 valuation to take care of the i four consecutive weeks in the Falaners ] bonded debt for roads, the Virginia l Advocate a newspaper printed in the! Good ones, one fresh, another will debt, and other state purposes. This  town of Charles Town in the County] be fresh about the time of sale bal- figure is a reduction of five cents from  of Jefferson, and be laosted at the front ance in the late fall, all but one are  last year. the state levy for last year I door of the Court louse of Jefferson ] young grade H31steins, four giving a : full flow of milk. One registered being 20 cents. The tax commission- county, at least twenty days before I Holstein bull, vill be 2-years old Sup- er at munees th the mtle-y will dgment or decree is rendered. I t ember 1, a good one, beautifully I $3,150,00{] a'e to $3,- " C. W, CONRAD, I marked. 0 raised by the 20- Clerk of the Circuit Court. I levy, less T.C. Green, P.Q. ! SIX HOLSTEIN HEIFERS i Aug. I9-4t. Four of thehm coming W. Cornblatt & Son (SUCCESSORS FALL TO PALMBAUM'S) OPENING Ladies Wearing Apparel Fashion turns an entirely new world of women this fall, bringing are refreshing in their newness and tiful in their ease and grace. D R E S S E S: .... Long Skirts, long leaf to the styles that truly beau- lines, wing- ed sleeves, graceful draperies. Materials are rich and usually soft and clinging with Canton Crepe as the favorite. Although many of the smartest dresses show wide winged sleeves, every type of sleeves varying to the long, close fitting ones is permitted. C 0 A T S:---Advance models are arriving daily to augment our dispkays, in all the charming Woolen Fabrics, Bolivia, Gerona, Velervette, Etc. combined with Caracul, Beaver, Lynx and Mole, introducing all the charming and practical styles for street, sport and dress. We O)rdially Invite Your Inspection. See our "BLUE AND GRAY" room. W. CORNBLATT & SON (SUCCESSORS TO PAIAIBAUM'S) two last spring's calves, all beauti- fully marked. All the above heifers are byaregisteredsire, while all the / 00f:W Bll[[I][fl0 ASSOcilU0fl milk cows have been bred to a reg-, r istered bull HORSES:--One 4-year old strap horse; one 2-year old, colt, heavy draft, r A Fifth Series of the "Jefferson Permanent TEN SHOATS weighing from 60 Association," will be started. Dues will be taken at to 70 pounds each. r TERMS:--Twelve months credit on  office' of Beckwith & Beckwith. Charles Town, W. V- i sums of $10.00 and over on a negotia- 'ble note, bearing interest from date  BEGINNING WITH THE FIRST and payable at the Farmers & Mer-i re chants "Deposit Co.. Charles Town, W.  MONDAY IN ,uDw''", 1922. Va. Sums less/ than $10.00 will belre -. cash. Sale begins at 1:30 p.m.  Give your name, address, and number of shares J. W. EDDY. r Engle Bros.. Auctioneers. '  scribed to F. A. Brown, Hosmer Beller, or F. J. F. A. BROWN, Attorney. F.S. BECKWITH, TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE   Directors:--S. C. Young, President; S. F/'ank JEFFERSON COUNTY FARM.  land "'A. L. Wooddy, Frank Brooke, F. A. Brown, C.  Haines. The undersigned tstees, under and : re_ by virtu of a certain deed of trust Expect to start with about 2,000 shares, par m  i fro Vill]amT Roper toF L Bush-, 0 .. _  ..... ..- __ re $13 .00. Dues 25 cts. per week pe share. Ten ong ana onn x. lyoroernela, l:rus.ees, re . ,, . bearing date on the 14th of July, 1920,   entrance ee per snare. and recorded in the office of the Clerk l  of the County Court of Jeffersoncoun- a  ! E i - -'-: - : - - _ :; ty. West Virginia. in Deed Book 119, ! ..... - page 199, will offer for sale at public ................... outcry in front of the Court House in Charles Town, W. Va., on "=''=' lHIS IS IH[ IIM[ at ii o'clock a. m., the fOllowfng de- scribed real estate: All of that certain TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND \\; with all the improvements thereon, and appurtenances thereto heloning, known as Mount Mammond farm, 1o- No season of the year is any better cated five and a haft miles south of Charles Town, on the Shenandoah =...,., ..=.,.= == =.. oo.. Stucco Work less, and adjoining the farms of Goo. S. Callan and the Milton heirs and other,s. The improvements thereon in- clude a substantial, stone dwellihg than the time from now to November house, and outbuildings. The above property is the same that STUCCO will the cost of was conveyed to the said William T. save Roper by deed from John T. Porter- field trustee dated July 14. !920, and and at the same time make your recoled in said Clerk's office of the County Court of said county in Deed ing free from moisture, and more Book No. 119, at page 198. TERMS OF SALE:--One-third of fortable all the year round. the purchase money on day of sale; the esidue in two equal installments, due in one and two years respectively Have such work done by a from day of sale. Deferred payments shall be evidenced by ,the interest- of 20 years experience. bearing notes of the purchaser, and shall be secu-d by a lien on the prop- e,'ty, oi" the purchaser may ,have theof Write about it to option of paying all cash on day sale. ,. Monms JOHN r. PORTERFIELD. W/ A. . Trustees. o.-Ybt'--ei(:s Shenandoah Junction, West Va. Yes the:'e ,re pentv of them and it make. a bi dema.d for Paver Plates, Saucers, Tin Spoons, Wax j Paper for lunches, Paper Napkins,[ , w ,-e all of tse. " Read The Advocate Market. It will C. N. BEARD. !