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5 TWO FARMERS ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 31, 1925. IIL )i  FARMER In the purchase of your fertilizers, why not patron- ize a home industry? We have here a complete and up-to-date factory for the manufacture of fezilizers; a fmTner can visit our plant any time and see the quality of the materials, which we use in manufacturing our goods We carry in stock a complete line of fertilizers of all kinds and our factolhr is open every day at all times, and the farmer can always haul his fertilizer just when he want it. If he has any goods left over, he can always bring them back and if he runs short, he can always get more. Isn't it worth your patronage to have this industry. in the community? We solicit your order and guar- antee our prices and the good quality of our goods. Washinfflon, Alexander and Cooke Company FERTILIZER WORKS WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR BABY CHICK FOOD WITH BUTTERMILK Rolled Oats Cracked corn-- scratch Feeds ' Steel Cut Oats Growing- Mash Beef Scraps BABY CHICK FEEDS l'cultry Remedies and Supplies FLOUA FEED GRAINS C. F. WALL CO. = CHARLES TOWN, - - WEST VA. : .............. i Trespassers Warned. ...,Z,,.^ -- -'! This is to give no-----rice that no hunt- ing. t,-apping or other t:espassing will be allowed on the farm of the FIFTY YEARS AGO--1875. Lynch Heirs, two miles no:th of Hall- Died--ln Shepherdstmm, William town. Trespassers will be prosecut- Clifford, son of Edward Arflmr; at ed. J. I\\;M. LYNCH. Oct. ")  '* Harpers Ferry, Isaac F. Helstein, aged 19 years. Married--In Harpers Ferry by the Rev. J. A. McFaden. Robert F. Rey- nolds and Miss Kate Myers; near Har- Ferry, by the Rex-. J. M. Friday, Robert T. Pywell and Miss Martha E. Kessler; at the same place and by the same minister. George It. Stobbs and Miss Ellen Kelly. FORTY YEARS AGO--1885. Married--In Charlestown, by the Rev. Dallas Tucker. Willimn R John- Trespass Notice. This is to give notice that no hunt-i mg or other trespassing will be allow- ed on rite farms of the undersigned, between Reedson and Duffields on the south side of the B & O. Raih'oad. A. B. KEPHART. E. G. KEPHART, W. A. KEPHART. Oct. 17-4t. ' Farm For Sale. BASKETS AT DUNAWAY'S -- ' ' ' ' ' ' --'debts are estimated at $711,000 and llll Oll A of the Estate of the late Mayor Shu- gart, comprising Curios, Military Rel- ics, Antique China. Old Records, and Corns, Etc.. represent;.ng every period since the Goloaial, Are Now Offered At Sale. H. L. S. CROFUT, Mgr. Oct. 17-tf. We have a Fine Assortment of Baskets for your i- spection. We have just reived a shipment of the round, hand-made, white oak, split baskets from the maker down on the Blue Ridge in Virginia, and to say the least these baskets are' well made and almost ill- destructible. We Have the Following Sizes: ! -Bushel--$1.10 1-Peck--90c l-Peck 2--75 Mexican Bamboo Round Shopping Baskets - 50c 15c, 25c, 50t A FINE FARM OF 126 ACRES. son, of I:ayette Co., W. Vs., to Misslgood limestone land with running Mary A. Leavell, third daughter Of!water, located on a good road, near the Rev. W. T. Leavell, of this county; two railroads, graded school and at Unionville, this county, William H. i churches- is, offered for sale on easy Plain Ordinary Split Baskets - .r ... ,. ".  ,, , ,term rutl lnlormalon Will De iur- vanmeter to .ross ettle t. uomr nishei to an" one interested Split Clothes Baskets, good size, with , daughter of Philip Moler, both of the i . " W W JOHN'SON strong handles ...... $1.50 eaC county; in Shepherdstown by the Re,'. :, Oct.17-3t " "Cedarilie, ra. Willow Clothes Baskets - - $1.75 and $2.00 each L R. Mason. Geo. W. Moore to Mlss!i---'- ............................ Matilda V. Butler, both of the county, f[l..|' ayq ,' 'i'lffT|! Waste Paper Baskets - - 15c to $3.00 each "i '  .... i Fancy ShoPping Baskets - 75c to $2.00 each Died--InBolivar, M,-s. LousaCole- I ,.a.z-,,.i[ /r-K[tl  man, widow of George Coleman, aged | xr .... . , i Willow Lunch Baskets (with cover) 50c and 75e each , f,c:'e [lere IS a tens- I 79 years l ..... I " , I I: ency to hme-dehcmncy, I t Flower Baskets ..... 75c to $2.50 ea L:nds of the late I hi]ip Enrle along] I ,. . .. . . I I tit( B. & O. Raih'oad, west of Har- i sozt tc.etn or weak pones i [ Fruit Baskets ..... 50c and 75c eaela i pers Fe;ry were sold to the following I there zs special need for I ipurchasers: Tract No. 2, 106 acres,] | cod-liver oil. ' i ' R.W. DUNAWAY [to James H. Moore at $30 an acre;! -- - [ ;Tract No. 3, 98 acres, to R. D. Fsher! .lr  [ll-!tal ! PHONE 235. DELIVERY SERVICl" for $45.25; Tract No. 4. 93 acres, neari t31iUil i Ellld'31Uil the Old Furnace to Wm. J. Knott for[ I- -: ....  .......... ! ;. : ....... Iot pure cod.liver o:l sup- 1 :ba.:0u pet' U, CI'C. -- ] plies a richness o[ vitamins ! TWENTY YEARS AGO--1905. " that a ch:d needs to as- i 0rrrNrNJ Miss Aimee Walsh, of Harpers I su,o bo.. Ferry, entered the order of Sisters of I ----.1 .... L is : .....  i - " ,- Reductions In Chocolates Mercy at Mount St. Agnes College, | to toke--its benetlts "l i  - Mount Washington, Ma I ' ..0 /!/ f{ . are lastL.. ., , _ Allen F. Garrott sold the 61d Henkle Ls,-ott & Bown Bloomfield N ] 5-&i farm near Uvilla to Charles C. Henkle --  :=  _ [ Dollar Box Assorted Chocolates - - 75 O.S. for $78oo.  ..... } Seventy-Five Cent Box For - - - 50 CI Dr. C. T. V S. Quiglev, formerly t  of ShepheiMstown, died at Littlestown,  HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FAMOUS Pa, ad , yea. ' t GOLDEN--HEART CELERY deer believed to have been chased 1 UU  -- out of the mountains by dogs passed  .  _ ;=- BANANAS AT PRE-WAR PRICES through the county a mile east of Bll[h [ CLOSING-OUT SALE OF ALUMINUM WARE Charles Town. " 11[1'111 Charles Town Fruit and Grocery Market Married--At Harpers renT, by the  l '  i Rev. Father E. J. Collins. Edward S. i]l   ! N.D. LORENZO '- Wyndham, of Summit Point, to Miss  - [ Rosa B. O'Brien, of Halltown.  . I  CHARLES TOWN, .... wEST" V o "/tmmgs  I  Lu0000or tion, organized four years ago to de- [ t :'ii:: cot0ht:ntt3:?rea: ' 7:dUH:;fcFT[ It ,o.,. If It's A New flome You Won V, est Virginia, filed a voluntary, pe-  apart, --Pr Why not get mY PLAN BOOKS and select the tll" tition in bankruptcy this week. It. = LAUREL LODGE its assets a little more than half the od reliable .oil l amount of its debts, i gO "''&Kt'::::'' ! As an aid in developing the 30,000 "THE CURIO HOUSE" Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. !acres of timber land bought by the t withoy, any The large and rare cllectin' part #1 icmpanv sn after its rganizatin'llthe Winchester and Western Railroad[ The kind that'. 'Iwas built from Winehest?r to War-]  by densvill, in Hardy count,, and was l who kl:low a good equipped with asoline motor engines[ makes your food do you for hauling freight and passengers, oil whentheyseek. Notice To Taxpayers. The Tax Books for 1925 for the Corporath)n of Ranson are now ready., I will be in the Council Room each oSatmday afternoon in November, 7. 1. 21 and 28, from 1 p. m., to 5:30' p. m. A discount of 2,%. will be', allowed until December 1st. I have 1 moved my residence from Third Ave., o corner of Seventh Ave. and George t:c, et. GEO. A. ROUZEE, Oct. 24-4t. Collector. EXTRA SERVICE i Tires more good. The raih'oad, however, was operated Note how tt relieve !independently of the lumber company. that stuffv feeling l&f and it i.. said,, will not be affected by afterheartyeating, the latter s financial em%arlasment. Sweetens the i William B. Cornwell, a bzather of breath,, removes l former Governor John J. Cornwell. food particles iwas president and general manager of from the teeth the company until early last summer give new vigor lwhen he resigned on account of ill- to tired nerve Comes to you [ health. fresh, clean ! The board of directors was compos- full.flavored. ed of two p:actical lumber men, Fred !L. Glaize and John W. Roserberger, and Herbert S. Larrick. R. Gy Wil- !lianas and Eston Bean. an experienced man. Melvin Green. of Winchester, and Thornton Perry, of Charles Town. wlto ! era3 had been members of the boalM, re- ............................................ signed several months ago. Thr ghO Upn the resignatin f Mr" Crn- Discount ou ctober well, 3It. Glaize as vice-president be- came the acting president. Tax books for the corporation of Charles Town have arrived from the o printer. A discount of 2 per cent RESTLESS SLEEP DUE will be allowed on tax bills paid dur- TO STOMACH GASI ing the month of October. " " [ [ JAMES A. SMITH, Gas pressure in the abdomen causes I Sept 19-if. Collector. a restless, nex'ous feeling and pre- I I - ""_  vents sleep. Adlerika removes as in* ILl !! ,. !  . TEN minutes .and brmgs out surpns-I I Fill HIIIlIlIIII@ llll lllllll@, ing amounts of old waste matter you v- -- never thought was m your system. I ...... .--T'--- ...... This excellent intestinal evacumat is i lnlS nol:lce is ,O ,var xle pUOIIC  ......... , wonderful for constipation or stemach  [that no nunung or rappmg win e+rouble-l- Don't waste time wn ...... pills fallowed on Bell-Aire farm, west oflA- ,_.i^,. ., -^, D,., ..... ,tialitoxvn x nose wno msregam msl ' . action! White & Scott, Druggists warning will be prosecure(L In Har-rs FeI'r-- b'" W -*-- " *"'" W 114"] ' I l,- y y ster r. Vlt'- --. -= ..........  meyer. Oct. 10-4t. Fine Farm For Sale. ! The ai.. "Well! well!" surprisingly ejaeula t A valuable farm of 146 acres is of-ed the traveling salesman. Blessed fered for sale, located 2-miles north of t if , ....... - -o" -i *--: .... --_  ..  _ _ . ..  uue mn t'e u t p ucu,ng ozsearo t ast ler|ln, t'a., an(1 one-nail mile  . . ... .... , e{l aulx)monlle tires Pack and orth !tv:est' of Holhnger s School House, near ! i!!i!I r . . "i ". . i chopping house, and other out-build-[mail order house to get our horse ings; spring of never failing water, I I spring house, water all through house, i shoes. An I, as our motter is Pay- barn 'and hog house; 8-acres in timber l tronize Home Industry,, we decidedt0 land lots of fruit. Thls farm must be:keep the money at home here in'our seen to be appreciated. Call and look progiessive little city, and use old !it mer at once as it will be sqld. W. E. BROWN Ford {ies instead of new horseshoes." 4, F OcLt0-4t. th, ne . "STANDARD" MOTOR OILS PUBT_AC SALE Household and Kitchen l,'urnitnre. The undersigned will sell at Public 'Sale. a iris res:de:ce a= 3'9 lesti Washington street. Charles Town. W., [Va., on SATt'RDAY. OCTOBER 3!, 1925, : beginnig at 10 o'cleck a. m. per- sonal property as oio,s: OAK DINING R/)O3I SUITE " consistin of 1 round e_-:tens!o, tab!e.] 6-feet, 1 square exte sio; table. 8- 'feet, ar, d 6 chairs; several rocking chairs, writing desk antique mohair sofa, 90 :,,ears old. rood as new: 3- piece Cherry Living Room Suit, 3 GoVd Seal Rugs, 4 Brussells Rugs 9x12; Ax- mirfiter Rug 9x12, never been in use; 2 wardrobes, 1 very handsome; one light oak dresser, 1 dark oak dresser, both have large mirrors; 3 iron beds with springs and mattresses, whatnot, lot of window blinds and curtains, hair robe, 2 laprobes, horse blanket, 2 chunk stoves, one square; 2 drum heaters, 5 gallon churn, ki.tehen table, small table, SOME ANTIQUE DISHES One Blue Soup Tureen, 100 years old, lot of China and Glassware, punch bowl, pair scales, lots of Linoleum, t Brussetls stair carpet, some gallon liars, Antique jars, bedroom screen, porch se"o, solue preserves and pick- lies,. 1 walnut spool le, stand.. , . ovar ...... 100 l years old, very handsome; 1 copper[ f kettle, 1 Grandfather's Clock keens !good time and is in fine condition; set i of Brass Andirons, Thomas Jefferson tmttern with the original rail; lot of blankets. ONE FORD TRUCK. !. TERMS:A credit of six months will be given on sums of $10.00 and ovor on a negotiable note acceptably endorsed and bearing ,'erost frnm !date. Sums less than tv) will oe leash. No property to t m, ved unt.. ] term, of C. you want. They are at your service. Cost yon ing. If you want to REMODEL your house let me mate the cost for you FREE OF CHARGE. _ ,,me, I do all kinds of CONSTRUCTION WORK',_atg, Stucco, Brick, Painting, Roofing of all kinds, Plastew" Don't forget when vou need a nice riard . er they are machined finished, making smooth fints n entire floor. I guarantee all work satisfactory." ,,4. o IS soUClt" Prices Are Low. A share of vour business " W. H. HILL BUILDING "CONTRACTOR." V Phohe 255-W. Charles Town, W. Millions Here is a I)eleo-Light that aH can oid dependable, 600-watt capacity plant fo lY $195 f. o. b. Dayton. Ohio. The new Delco-Light is a non-storace batg plant; equipped with standard Deleo $gf " ' and a starting battery. Generates eurrea for twenty-four, 2-watt bulbs or for powe e. turn o tb Installed complete--ready to lights for only a very little more. This iacl wiring and five spun-bass lighting fixtures- terms can be arranged to suit yotW o ds," venience. A sma U down payment and you t enjoy Delco-Light/mmediately. Ask for complete description and infcmudoa" CHARLES W. FULK KEARNEYSVILLE, WEST VA. RUGGED sra PIT Fab hares the best we've been able m find. Heavier, mrongerand more durable tlmn nmat of them. prk right. Hyinan Viener AUTHORIZED SALES A,ENT Charles Town. W. Va. PHONES: t),:e 253, Re 250. t = |. [ | | S E