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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED T TO LICENSE AGREEMENT, REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, 26-2t. FOR S~':--1937 Dodge 2-Ton in excellent condition. See GRAY, Ranson, W. 193t.-pd. SALE:---New Blizzard En- Cutters. See JEFFERSON COMPANY. Telephone Charles Town, W. Va. 12-4t. SALE:--New Home west of Bolivar, 1% acres of land. September let. GENE 19-3t.-pd. Iff)R SALE: -- Good quality Seed Wheat. CALEB F. Phone 28-F-33, Charles 2-2t.-pd. SALE:~One 1941 Ford Ton Truck See, CHAR- 9WN GRAIN & FEED. 73 and 223, Charles Town. 2-2t~ SALE:---Model A Ford in conditiDn. WILLIAM R. ~, 2 miles from W. Va. 1 mile off Route 9 on Road E. G. Able FarnL Dr. 2-1t.-pd. ~R 8ALE:--Dump trailer with : racks. Small bath tub with res. Small kitchen sink with res; Brass Bed and two old ;sW1 L:7 "THE ,NN," ~NOS! PIANOS! B o u g h t, tuned, repaired, rebuilt, re- rod. Everything guaranteed. tudents pianos $50. up. new Spinets at lowest Easy terms. Write for price BARBARA[ SHOPPE, Frederick, I 13 (Established nearly century 17-If For Rent RENT: ~ Two 3-room funnished. Will be empty 23rd. J. P. LOVE, Tele- 40-F-12. Love's Cabins. 19-3t.-pd. RENT:--GOOd pasture for -~ad of cattle. GEORGE T. ~Summit Point, Phone 2-1L RENT:~2 rooms unfur- conveniences. MAR- 10th Ave., Ransom le 387-W. 2-1t.-pd. FOR RENT:--7 rooms, ovt buildings, on Bloomery I Meehanicstown. Posses- 1 ~tember 20th. GEORGE I Telephone 27-F-34. t Wanted ~LPto WANTED:---Men and j work in Apples. EVAPORATING CO. 2-2t. WANTED:-Men for regu- at the Local American 2-1t..pd. GUNS WANTED--- collection. Highest paid. P1}onc: Duncan, Town 68-J. ,l~mn, : olor~d;-or , to cook and do general hOuse No washing or ironing. 10i. ~-2t. oy to work after Saturday. Must be 15 d or over. Apply, J. J. CO., Charles Town, I will pay $15.00 Reward for the arrest and conviction of the person who stole my ply wood boat m the Shenandoah River above the Bloomery Bridge. LYLE WILSON, 332 South Maple Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va. SepL. 2-1t.-pd. Notice To The Public Aneone will be prosecuted to the full limit of the law is caught stealing apples or tresspassing on the following orchards:--Summit Point Orchard, Stanley Orchard and Eng!e Orchard. T. E. BAUMGARDNER, Charles Town, W. Va. Sept. 2-3t. / ORDINANCEi That it shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporatipn to erect, or cause to be erected upon the sidewalks, streets or alleys of this corporation, any box or other receptacle intended for the delivery into of mail or newspapers. Anv violation of this ordinance shall'be punishable by a fine of not less than $1.00, nor more than $10.00, in the Mayor's discretion; and each day said box or other receptacle is allowed to remain on said street, sidewalk or alley shall be considered a separate offense, i Given under my hand this let day of July, 1948. L. D. NICHOLS, Mayor.: Attest: JOHN G. DeLAUDER, Recorder. Sept. 2-2t. CALLING ALL MOTORISTS Cold weather is coming. We are equipped to install glass in your car. Any make or any kind of installation. See us today for quick service. Spiker Motor Sales Phone 71 Charles Town, W. Va. FOR SALE! House in Duflields-- Frame, Slate Roof, seven rooms, Electricity, Double lot and good outbuildings. $3,200.00. Business For Sale-- Restaurant formally operated by Shirley Eby, Fixtures and Equipment $1,000.00. Present lease runs until December 1, 1948. County Home For Sale--- One acre ground, Stucco house, four bed rooms, modern bath, hot air heat, open fireplace, Kitchen, living room, dining room, near Leetown. $8,500.00. Two Attractive Ncw Homes For Sale---located near store. Two bedrooms, living room, Kitchen and Bath. $11,500.00 and: $1D,500.00. Grove & McDonald Insurance - Real Es(ate PHONE 216- Hampstead, Md., were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Dunn, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. "Dixie" Wiltshire and family and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire and daughter, Pat#cia Lynn, attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pitt- man Russell in Hagerstown, 3fd., on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sydnor Gordon and daughter, Betty Lou, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davhoff, all of Mt. Airy, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake, on Thursday~ Mr. and Mrs. Robel, t Creamer and smail son, Frank Robert, of Washing|on, D. C., are spending a i week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emed/o Gall|. Miss Kathryn Angelo, of Fair- fax, Va., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Angelo, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Higgs and daughters, of S/]ver Spring, -Md., spent the week-end with Mr. C. S. Webb. Carol Higgs remained for a week'a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hooc and ,-on of Charles Town spent Sunday with the fomner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hooe. Mrs. Lawrence Painter and daughters, Shirley and Velma, re- cently spent a week with friends at Kenova, W. Va., and Ash,and, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gamber and son, Harry, and Miss Jean Trout, of Baltimore, Md., spent Monday through Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Dunn. The Methodist Sunday Scnool picnic was held August 27 at the Community Center at Bardane. Ev- eryone who attended had a very en- oyable afternoon and evening. Rev. and M~s. G. E. Wunder ~.nd daughter, Ruth, have returned from a two weeks vacation at Atlantic City, New Jersey. Mrs. Lawrence Painter and daughters, Shirley and Vehna, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dillow, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hilliard, of Sheimndoah Junction; Mr. and Mm. Floyd Sire- one, of Charles Town, and ReD. and Mrs. Raymond Jones of Bolivar re- cently attended a conference at Ashland, Kentucky. A surprise birthday party was given in honor of Mr. Douglas MIn- nick at his home, on Friday cven- ing, by his wife. Those pre-~ent were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Minaick and family, Mr. and Mrs, DuBose. and Mr. and'Mid. Kenneth Collie; of Inwood, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Collins and family, Mrs. M~rg- aret Bl'o~m, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Lewis, of Bunker Hill, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Williams, of Falling Waters, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pope, Mrs. Nelson Whittington and son, Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Louis l'ctrucci and Miss Maude Ranalli. Delicious refresh- ments were served by the he,Less, Mrs. Douglas Minnick: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Johnson and sons of Charles Town and Mrs. Joe Mercer of Kabletown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Dunn, Tues- day. Mi~s Loraine Wilt, Mrs. O~car Wilt, and Mrs. Norman Wilt ~pent the past week in Ocean City, Md. ] Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon, MrI and Mrs. Mervin Chroni~ter and son, Charles, of Gettysburg, Pa., and Mrs. Vallie Carpet" ~f :Winch-;l ester, Va., were Sunda~, ~st's Of! Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake: : ~ : Mrs. Grace wll~inghara m~toredi to Winchester, Va., Saturday. [ Mrs. Bill Peer and son, LarD', of[ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Charles Town, visited her parents, l Mr. and Mrs. Earl Webb, Sunday. ] ~_f-~r~r~r~~ ~ ~ ~j-~ . Mr. Lewis Meadows, who hasI Fifty American cargo ships op- been in Buckeystown, M.d., t~e pastI aratin$ to Far ~a~t monthly. . few weds, ha# retura~t home. , their niece, Ruth Ann Barren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Baron of Martin~burg. Due to in- eliment weather the party was held indoors. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and root beer punch were ser- ved. Those present were: Anne, Carol, Joyce, and Kay Buhrman; Bobby Hardy; Zackie Fleming, Ar- Mrs. Raymond Miler, who had fin- ished his ten weeks of "Boot" train- ing at the U. S. Naval Training Center at Great Lake.% Ill. and bad been home on a seventeen days leave, returned Saturday to Great Lakes., where he will be transferr- ed to a School of Aviation Electro- Relatives and friends of Eli and Minerva Thompson are inwted to a family reunion on Sunday, '-%p- tember 5, at the home of C. W. Jones and Miss Betty Jackson, Zoar. A picnic basket lunch will be served at noon and it is hoped Lhat a large rmmber of the family con- nics. lene Zinn, Norvel Gole Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stanley and Larry and Judy Frye and Gary son, John David, spent last Thurs- Cook, Dixie and'Priscilla Whitacre, of Ridgeway, Billy Barron of Pike- day shopping in Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willi~ and side; Carol Ruth Ann and Jery Miss Betty Catherine Willis and Barron of Martinsburg; Mrs. Ethel ~hs. Edward Stanley, of Charlr_s FD'e; Mrs. Hilda Buhrman; Mr. and Mrs. William Barron of Mar- tinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Barton of Shepherdstown; Mr. and Mrs. CA,aries Barney of Pikeside and Norma Smallwood. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fowler ~-nd nections will be" prcsent. 4-H On Exhibition At Farm Picnic A good number of farm families lwere pre~ent last Thursday at the community centcr, when 4-}{ club members exhibited their projects, one feature of the farmers picnic. Arthur Craus of Covington, Va. were week-end visitors with Mr and Mrs. Ivan Boyd at Stewart Orchard m Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. II Adrain Fowler and family of Cleve- land, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Fowler and family North Moumain Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cook and daughter, Dolores, Mrs. Anna Belle Mason at Airpo~ Road and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mason and daughters, ALWAYSPLENTY OF Dorothy and Nancy. d D Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Snyder and family of Rintoul, II1., are visiting Black Hawk Re og Midds, at the home of Mrs. Snyder's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Border, ~ , for two weeks. Paul E. Miller, Sr. was s~ricken " B U Y N 0 W with a heart attack Tuesday morn- ing and is confined to his home. H. W. Everhart is substitute carrier, WHILE PRICES ARE DOWN during his absence. Roy Putman, who has been em- ployed at Stewart Orchards is now employed at NDBVAC. Monte Stuckey and Neff Stuckey, of Ranson, are spending this week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Janney and sons of Hal- timoret Md. Mrs. Hunter Benner ha~ returned to her home after visiting for two weeks with her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mar- i shall, at Orioke, Ma~s.~ Miss Helen McCarty spent the weekend as the guests of Miss Marguerite MillBr, Shepherdstown. On Sunday they went to Braddock Heights, Md. Mrs. Thomas Welsh, who has ALL GET OUR PRICES ON YOUR FEED NEEDS NOW. Phones 73 and 223 Maryland Farm Gets Bli tz Rehabilitation Service - - Over 500 volunteers worked for one day at the farm of Mrs. Nellie Thrasher near Frederick, Md., and When they were finished the faro had doubled in value---a project which would have taken We years normally. While 30,000 people watched, the men built a 22-cow dairy barn, dug drainage ditches, built roads and pomis, remodeled the farmhouse, fixed the trees, terraced and fertilized the fields and repaired fences. The work was sponsored by civic and farm organizations as the super- event of "Maryland Conservation Field Day." Here, a piece of heavy farm machinery does it~ path as the new barn flees in the background. ' SERVING FINE FOODS 2% Miles East of Charles Town on Route 9 WILL BE From 1:00 P. M. to 9:00 P. M. Ik You may have more apples than you think. Same Low Prices as last year. PHONE 222 NORTH GEORGE ST.