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FOUR  FARM! Rb AUVULA i L g. C. RISSLER. Editor & Publisher. PUBLISHED SATURDAYS. Entered at the post office at Charles Town. W. Vs, as mecond-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Payable In Advance) 1 Year to County Subscribers $1.25 6 Months to County Subscribers 75c. 1 Year to Interstate Points $1.50 6 Months to Interstate Points 90c. All subscriptions are payable in ad- vance. Notice is sent to our sub- ribers of the expiration date of their subscriptions and the paper will be diontinued unless renewal is receiv- ed at this office, accompanied by the cash, or its equivalent. In order to avoid missing copies your renewal should be sent in promptly. The Advocate invites communica- tions from the people, containing news or discussion of questions of public interest. Letters for publication must bear name and address of the writer, t,ot necessarily for publication. EVITTS RUN PERFORMS. Evitt's Run, known in colonial nom- enclature as Evat's Run, which has been doing its conventional duty. that of draining a large section of Charles Town Distct from Aldride Station, near the Middleway District line by way of Charles Town. and Weirick's mill, to the BloomeD-, where it emp- ties into the Shenandoah river, from the days of the cave-men, has, of late been behaving queerly. Those of us who have taken pride in its long career of unbroken rectitude, are now pained at its erratic conduct. Service Absolutely Unselfish To serve clients as the un- dersigned would be selTed seems to be the summary of all that an agency can offer the public. Certainly none CAN offer more none SHOULD offer less Insurance With utmost skill and faith. care is taken of the insur- ance interests of Every- man. Here each individual receives the best of service and policies written with the greatest care and at- tention. Local Agency of The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Washing000n, Alexander & Cooke Phone 29 FARMERS ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 9, 1922. CHARLES TOWN. W. VA. inHi i i FARM FOR SALE. 1 i I offer for sale privately my farm ! near Kearneysville. formerly known as [ the Marshall farm, containing 109  acles. Sixteen acres in bearing or-. chard. Possession April 1, 1923. For i *further information apply to me. N. T. SNYDER, Shenandoah Junction, W Va.i Nov. ll-5t. Stockholders Meeting. The "annual meeting of the stock- holders of the National Citizens Bank will be held in the dilctors' room of! said hank. on Tuesday, January 9,! 1923, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the put-- pose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year and for the trans- action of such other business as may l properly- come "before said meeting. G E. HUGHES. President. A. M. S. MORGAN, Cashier. NEW STEAM LAUNDRY With an up-to-date Laundry in Charles Town, equipped with! new and modern machinery, there is no need for anybody to nd out of town for hun- dry work. I have expended nearly $2,000 in equipping my laundry, nmking it as complete as any in the country. Bring Your Laundry To 226 V. Washington Street Sing Lee, Proprietor. CHARLES TOXVN, W. VA. TURKEYS WANTED Christmas and FOR New Year We are making extensive preparatiom for the premier markets of the year--Christmas and New Year As predicted, prices for Thanksgiving were high selling from 50 to 65e a pound Did you Poult5 Dealers, Farmers and Shippers realize this price elwhere? Some may quote higher prices to get your produce but my dear friends it is not quotation_ or fancy promis which puts the cold cash into your hands but ACTUAL RESULTS. Compare our Reputation. Service and Prices obtained with all. you will then be convinced Philadelphia is the highest and most profitable market and Frank Hellerick & Co. the House to receive my shipment Positively ship ONLY turkeys for Christmas your mixed poultry, chickens ducks, and geese will sell higher New Year. If you have to ship mixed poultry, pack and mark it separately. We are RECEIVERS for a Trade of over two million happy and prosperous people. Our Plant ex- tends thru an entire city block which is a veritable stream of Buyers bidding for their goods We are bound to have wonderful Christmas and New Year market Our Sales and Accountancy departments are ever alert and on the job, financial rating unquestionable--what more could you ask ? You want top prices, then ship direct to F. H. the most widely known PoultlT House in Philadelphia. Have your D.'essed Poultry arrive December 20 to 22 for Christmas 26 to 30 for New Year. Wrote for Prices. FRANK HELLERICK & CO. 349 New Market St. 120 Callowhill St. PHILADELPHIA, PA. % i Some time within the past year at I ......... I ..................... i stonesa pointwereleSSdumpedthan abouttW miles fromi[ The Hurwltz Creamery Co ,Inc [ town, the stream disappeared in a! . ' , large hole that mysteriously formed under 9ne bank. A few cart loads of . the pening I ' P S C A S H I silt soon filled up the crevices between A "Y the stones, ahd old Evitts halted, and 'ml HIGHESTcoRREcTPRICE TEsTsOF CREAMAccURATEGuARANTEED.AS RECEIVED.wEIGHTS l[" THE O 1 FT S TO K H then resumed its aecumtomed channel]l FOR EVERY CAN I to the sea. A month ago, farther m .! down stream, another o00ning _ _ formed under the bank and the whole . _ , Santa Has LeH ali00Uselul Gills Wflh ing the bed from that point down to 1 NEXT WEEK 45 CENTs FOR BUTTERFAT. the channel ,as dry as any region deso- lated by Volsteadism. It was noted [I CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. I1 th=thebigsp"ngattheldRoporll HURWITZ C]AMERY CO c" II Us They Las! ! Do mill site, two hundred yards farther THE ., In down. at the same time, gave forth a CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. I much larger stream than had been its I CHARLE; TOWN, WST VA. " i I LQ U/E LRS T C R H E L[N Y: custom to do. There is no doubt that I MANY OF THE BEST WOMEN DEPEND UPON OUR STORE AS SHOPPING OU WILL FIND AMONG THE much of the water that disappeared from the main body of the stream had .=: .... :- ...... -1 ......... : lJ , =: ...... ,-/,C foUnd its way underground to the - - r--' [I Uilto rsel II n Ba O" Handkerchiefs FINE CONFECTIONS, CANDS(&C::{ The Choicest Drinks and Sundaes Suspenders [i AT' OUR SODA FOUNTAIN.  il " !E If Its Something Nice in Box Candy for N/ FROM SA M., WE WILl set| Christmas, We Have It. ]/l[! WHILE. . FREE ."L -. M I L T O N B A R S E L L Market CHARLEB;iIdwN, wWT;invt? Street .li to, eep, : t faone of t, be i G ,t bu., 'g i: you by  tin! " | For each 50c Roper mill spring. Cleveland Smallwood who tenants the farm owned by Mrs. F. L. Jordan, and through which the dry portion of the stream appeared, busied himself ir stopping the hole where tJae current left its accustomed bed. It is now back in its old channel, with a promise of good behavior until the muskrats again burrow holes through its sides to divert the water underground. 4)----_ SUMMIT POINT. Thursday, December 7, 1922. Thanksgiving proved to be one of those perfect days that sometimes come to us in early autumn, when all nature seems to smile. Some of those coming to torn were: Misses Kath- erine Light. Esther Green Elizabeth Snyder, students at the Charles Tom High School; Mary Katherine Haro desty and her sister Virginia. the former of Shepherd College, Shep- herdstown, and the latter of the Ber- ryville High School, all spending the holiday at th.ir respective homes. The oyster supper in the basement of the Methodist Church, by the ladies of the Baptist Church. on the eveninr of Thanksgiving. was well paUanized, netting them abe. $60.00. Mr. Charles 11[ Conrad, of Charles Town, and  i, F. Yates, of the Rloomery, were ,ri=ors at the home of Mr. and Mm. $: P. Miller on Thurs- day. Mrs. Mac Cornwell. of Charles Town, stenographer for Landis and Wilon spent several days this week th her mother, Mrs Bettie Custer. Mrs. H. T. Miley and her neice, Mrs. A. L. Jnkln. bava returned from a visit to frlendq in 'ashinrton. D. C. Miss E G Far-sworth visited fried. last week ;. Philadelphia, Pa. and Washington City. We are :lad to not M O D I,ambe, wlo has -ot b-o well for sev,-al weeku ia abre to be out a.ain. Mrs Mahall La, cauter av' baby after several weeL vi4it with Mr. and Mr  E I a-cster left Tuesday for their home (n Roanoke Va  Messrs F. S Davis. T Holms! Faw-sworth and th M;se Farns- t  v'r shed* st week with friends at, T [ he engagement of M, ss Dorothy T. T'-nrno- tn Col J C Bco,ride, } hat bow 'moueed--tt,,, -eddin: to! tak ,lce m,s week While we con- gratulat Cnl. Breceoridge on securing one of the best women of the county, w. will be. sorry to lose her from our community. BALED HAY VtANTED. S. G. RUNKLE & CO.. of Wood- stock. Vs.. want twenty-five cars of Timothy HvV. F. O. B. ears any sta- tion on B. & O. or N. & WRv., be- fore December 20th,. 1922. Farmers hawing bay for sale write S. G. RUNKLE & CO.. Dec.2-2t. Woodstock, Va, ATTEND THESE SALES. Saturday, December 9,Real Estate by C. J. Miller. A." Ruth/bliller and J- G. K. Miller. Tuesday, December 12.--James W. Ma-,hall. Vedne-[ay, Dec, 13.--N R. Roberts, Saturday, Dec. 16.--(?, E and Mait- land foregoin sales are dmd elsewhere of sale Combination Sets Raincoats LADIES HOSIERY Scarfs ,Hats Wool, Silk and Belts  Weal, Etc. "Hand Bagz ....o Cuff Links Bath Robes Calm. Wateh Cludm Overcoats Shoes Scarf Pins Suits Bedroom Slippers Pocket Books Cigarette Cases Chain Knives ALL IN FANCY CHRISTMAS BOXES. FROM S'ATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, UNTIL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 11 P. M., WE WILL RUN A CONTEST FOR THE CHILDREN. SOMETHING WORTH Beautiful Do, most exquisitely made up, natural hair, walks and goes to sleep, in fact does everything a doll could do. We paid $15.00 for it, and assure you one of the best in the kingdom of Get busy girls, a little effort may win, have Mother, Father, Brother and friends help you, by voting and getting votes for you. Purchase 10 votes For each $1.00 Purchase 25 votes An Extra One Hhundred Votes is offered on $25.00 purchases. FOR SALE Dressed Hogs, any size; Green Hams, Old Country Hams, Shoulders, Sides. Sausage in Bladders Sausage Meats Any Cuts of Beef. . Our Prices Are the Lowest. C. F. WALL COMPANY "MEATS OF A BETTER KIND." Phone 119-W. Phone 25-3. I The Christmas Store-Of QUALITY GIFTS COME TO OUR STORE WITH YOUR GIFT LIST--- YOUR GIFT BUYING WILL BE A RlAL PLEASURE AND QUICKLY FINISHED. GIFT SUGGESTIONS: Kid Gloves Linen Towels and Napkins Hand Bags Dresser Scarfs t Boxed Handkerchiefs Fancy Collars Silk Umbrellas Silk Underwear Silk Hose Comb and Brush Sets Wool Hose Manicure Sets Wool Scarfs Boudoir Caps Sweaters Dolls--Toys Blouses Xmas Cards, Seals Knit Gloves Wrapping Paper Bedroom Slippers Writing Paper Bath Robes Blankets and Comforts Bath Mats Pillows Towel Sets Boston Bags FOR MEN:--Bath Robes, Silk Socks, Wool Socks, Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Safety Razors, Gloves, Pajama& C. T. Shuflar! & Son WEST VA. An Extra Two Hundred Votes is offered on $50.00 purchases. THE ABOVE IS FOR CASH ONLY. For Each $1.00 paid on account 10 votes." WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ON DECEMBER 23, IN OUR STORE, AT 11:30 O'CLOCK, TO THE GIRL HAVING THE GREATEST NUMBER OF VOTES. LINK & JONES Charles Town, Wesl V ....... = Election Notice. The regular annual election for Mayor, Recorder and five Councilmen for the town of Ranson, W. Va., will be held in the Council Room of said town on the first Thursday, or the 4th day of January, 1923. Any person or persona desiring to have their names placed on the ticket for any of these offices will report same to the Recorder as soon as pos- sible. (Dec..9-3t.) Notice To The Public. i This is to give notice to all concern- ed that I am not now and never have i been connected in any way with the Jefferson Junk & Coal Company; nor with Drish & Lehman; nor am I. in any way responsible for contracts made by or obligations incurred by either Frank Drish ,or Joe Alexander. Everybody will oblige me by bearing these statements in mind henceforth. " EDWARD DRISH. Dec.9-3t. Charles Town, W. Vs. The New Cash Store in Ranson Shoes, underwear, Pants and Shirts Lava Soap 5c. Nine O'Clock Wash Powders 4 Corn Flakes .09 Bread10-oz. Loaf .05 Tomatoes2 larg cans for .25 or 15 a can. Gloves 15, 18, 20 and 40 cts. Ritter Beans---2 for .25 Candies of all kinds English Walnuts 30 tb" Almonds 35 lb. Brazil Nuts 18 lb. I Mixed Nuts 22c ib.l Cirarettes 8 and 15 ciR. Coal Oil 15 tts. Lawrence L. Mahone LOCATED IN THE OLD GRADED SCHOOL The Useful Gift Is the Appreciated Gift l You cherish most the gifts that serve you best, be- cause in them you can discern the loving thoughtful- ness the sincere sentiment, that strove to lind expres- sion in lasting form. The gift of a DIAMOND. a WATCH, r any of the thousand and one pieces of Jewelery from our Selected Stock will be doubly appreciated by the red- pleat, because of its Trustworthines We are not making an idle claim whea we state Our Stock this year exceeds by far any we have ev" had and offer it to you at MODERATE PRICES. Your Gift will best express affection or esteem combining worth and usefulness, and you will lind Our Large Stock Cotmfless Articles for serviceable ornimental use in the home or to wear at prices so re" sonable as to be merely inddentaL We welcome you to our store" and offer you courteo assistance in the selection of )'our Christmas Wants. C. W. Brown JEWELER CHARLES TON, WEST VA.