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lglGHT j. i FARMERS ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 9, 1922. LOCAL BRIEFS. Read A. I. Grandaff's Specials for "h in another column. When you need a new tire see us, we can save you money. Central Garage. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion Home on Monday, December 11, at 8 p. m. Mrs. John PorterliekI, Pres. Mrs. C. T. Shugart, Sec'y. Liability to persons injured by a bridge being out of repair rests with the county court. Even when the bridge is inside an incorporated city, town or village limits the county court. is liable for such injury. This was Id in the state, supreme court in an opinion written by Judge Meredith in the case of Forrest Earl Parsons vs. County Court of Roane county, in which the decision of the lower court was reversed. Honor Roll of Mt. Hope school for " November. Harry Bell, Rudolph Ware, Theodore Hough, Elizabeth Fleming, Marie Fleming, Dorothy Hough, Viola Everhart, Nannie Riss- ]el', Marritt Barron, Caipin Fleming, George Will Fleming. David Hough, Wilbur Jackson, William Jackson, P/ttman Russell. Albert Viands, Er- nest Ware. Wiliard Ott, Woodrow Oft, Josephine Brookey. Catherine Myers. Mary Myers, Estelle Tomblin, I Helen Wilson, Mary Ott. Joseph Ware." I June McDonald, the Duffields colored,[ man who was reported in last week's l Advocate as having had a visit from l a committee of Ku Kluxers saFs that the report as to the visit was accu- rate, though we were in error in aI signing the lason for it. The four Knights of rhe Klan who called on June, and found to their chagTin that he was not "receiving" at the time, were there for the purvose of getting information about another resident of the neighborhood. June misunder- stood their mission and hied to the tall timbers. The new Maryland sta road fl)m hepherdstown to Sharpsburg is near- mg completion. Only a link between Crowe's crossing and Antietam Sta- /on remains unfinished. The cotTac- for is now resurfacing 1200 feet a day with asphalt, and should finish the link in a wee unless unfavorable eather sets in. The canal company s now at work building a new bridge over the canal at the foot of Douglhs' hill, and it is re,tarried that a death trap is being" erected, as the b'idge is narrow and located as it is on a curve at the bottom of this steep hill. Robert McCarty, the Kabletown corn shucking champion, who shucked over twenty barrels of corn between day-i light and dark one day in October of] ]mst year, according to the assertions] of some of his neighbors, has had no wagers offered against him this year. The result has been that he has gone through the shucking season without mtting any effort in his work, gett;-g only 16 to 18 barrels a day out of the shuck& Corn this year in his part of the county yielded as well as it did last year, and though the fodder has been dry, he has been perfectly will- hg to enter a contest to show his speed as a shucker. A young man by the name of Ned Marsh, whiledrisg a truck for the _]Kagerstown branch of the Imperial I Cream Company, was instantly ]filled about noon Monday when a west IKmnd passenger train on the B. & O. allroad collided with his machine at tim crossing west of WinebrennelPs Cross Roads. Marsh was returning from. a trip t Martinsburg and was en lm way to Shepberdstown when the aeident occurred. A motorist driving behind the truck as it approached the crosaing foresaw the disaster when he observed the truck not slacking up it sveed. The impact was terrific, the front part of the truck beiv, g caught i, the smash that was so aharp that it dented the pilot of the enne itmlf, The passenger trai stopld s qnickly as vossible after the smash -d went back to pick un the man. TI truck had been making its usual Ms in Martinshurg and was on its egular trip. THOSE AGONIZING MOMENTS When you just can't think what to ve George and Harry for Christmas, your mind run back to Beard's and think of a subscription to some good magaxine, like the American, Satur- day Evening Post, Literary Digest, Popular Mechanics, or yes, there is an Eversharp Pencil or Waterman Foun- tain Pen. Aren't you glad we settled this awful thing for you ? BEARD'S VARIETY STORE. "LETS MAKE IT A RADIO CHRISTMAS." "Do You lve Musi'-Get It By Radio I am now in a position to equip _our home with an. up-to-date De- Forest Radio, the loudest reproducer yet known to the radio world. Do you know this will bring you dafly reports of the Market, Banks, Stocks, and weather, as well as the best musical talent in America or Wli be glad to have anyone in- terested to call at my demonstration ms, 410 N. Mildred street, at 8 p. m. Any w LLOYD Radiotrician. Charles Town, W. Va. December 9-3t. -----4)------- LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS. Thursday, December 7, 1922. Wheat . " .................... 1.17 C, om ........................ 3.00 .16 Hm, over 4-1bs. .16 hfllmas, 11 bs. up--each ..... 50 L'hlmmery Butter ............... 55 try Butter ................ 40 Potatoe ...................... 80 .07 VI Calves ................... ..10 Lambs ........................ I0 lcal Retail Markets. F4gs ......................... 55 Creamery Butter ............... 55 b,mtry Butter ................ 45 ' Chickens ................ 20 Hurrah! He is coming again. FROM 4 TO 5 AND 8 TO 9 P. Santa Will Be Here Salurday M. LI2"rLE EYES WILL GROW BIG WITH WONDER WHEN THEY SEE THE VAST COLLECTION OF TOYS ASSEMBLED HERE IN TOYLAND. DOLLS SLEDS GAMES PICTURE BOOKS BUII,DING SETS SANTA HAS BROUGHT A BIGGER COLLECTION OF TOYS THAN EVER BEFORE---AND ALL OF THEM ARE GOOD TOYS---ALL OF THEM AMUSE-- MANY OF THEM ARE EDUCATIONAL TINKER TOYS PAINT BOXES VELOCIPEDES MECCANO SETS ELECTRICAL TOYS SANTA WILL BE HERE TO GREET YOU W. Cornblatt & Son CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL 8 P. M. $4.00 A Cord Delivered Dry Oak Cord Wood $4.00 a cord delivered in Charles Town. Write or Phone CHARLEY F. HOUGH, Dec.2-4t. Charles Town, W. Va. Phone No. 213-23. Bull Calf For Sale. Bull Calf for sale out of a fine young cow and by Our Buttcup. Oxford Maje:y that Sired Majesty's Queen Buttercup that I sold for $500 at one year old, and the party has been back for  more of his daughters: Majesty also Sired Majesty's Josephino L first prize for three years and Junior Cham- pion am/ grand champion two years at Morgan's Grove Fair. Majesty sir- ed all the females in first prie herd, all females im calf herd 1st and 2nd, get of sire eight animals, lt and 2nd p o cow, six first yearling and two year old, 1st, 2rid and 3rd heifer calf and Junior Female, a record we think wfl! stand for some time. Majesty has two-year old daughters that are making over 400 lbs. of but- ter per year. Buy a Majesty bull and breed beauty and production. CHASa S. BILLMYER, Dec.9-2t. Shepherdstown, W. Va. Order of Publication. The State of West Virginia. Jeffermm County, To-wit: At rules held in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, on the first Monday in December, 1922. Bessie M. Royer, D. Z. Royer, her hus- band, Virginia F. Zinn, George B. Zinn, her husband, S. Alberta Flvnn and J. Irwin qynn, her husband l_ Stany Dutterer, in his own right, and M2el Dutterer. his wife. Plain- tiffs. VS. J. Henry Iatterer. in his own right, Dora Dutrer, his wife, J. Henry Dutterer, Executor of Jacob H. Dut- terer, deceased. R. Stanley Dutter- er, Executor of Jacob H. Dutterer deceased. Flora K. Logan and Creorge Logan, her husband, Defen- dants. OBJEC OF SUIT To have the Court direct an issue out of chancery devieavit vel non, to be ted by a'jury ,to ascertain wheth- er or not the paper writing, with res- pect to the third paragraph thereof, is the true Last Will and Testament of the said htcob H. Dutterer, deceased; that the proceedings in the office of the Clerk of the County Court, admit- ting to probate the said paper writ- ing, may be held null and void; and that the said paper writing purport- ing to be the Last Will and Testament of the said testator, may be declared not to be his Last Will and Testament, in so far as the provisions of the said Paragraph Third may be concerned; and for such cther, further and gen- erarelief, to which Plaintiffs may be entitled. ]t appearing, on affidavit filed in this suit, that tim defendants Flora K. Loga and George Logan, her husband, are non-residents of the State of West Virginia, they are hereby required to appear van One Mont after the ldi of the first publication of this or- der, and do what is nece.ary o pro- tect their interests in this matter. It is ordered that a'copy of this order be forthwith published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Farmers Advocate. a newspaper printed in the town of Charles Town, in the County of Jefferson, and be posted at the front door of the Court House of Jefferson county, "at least twenty days before Juagent or decree is rendered. C. W. CONRAD, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Geo. M. Beitzhoover, Jr. Walker, Kilmer & Byrer P. Q.  9-4t. Sp-eciol Sale Throuflh December CHRISTMAS TOYS, NOVELTIES, FRUITS, NUTS AND CANDIES. CALIFORNIA NO. 1 WALNUTS EXTRA EXTRA AT 32 Cents a Pound. FANCY MIXED NUTS AT 24 Cents a Pound. LARGE BUTTERNUTS AT 20 Cents a" Pound. CALIFORNIA SOr SHELL ALMONDS At 32 Cents a Pound. /FANCY MIXED CANDY 25 Cents a Pound. CUBRO BRAND MINCE MEAT 2-Lb. Can for 45 Centa PREMIER SALAD DRYING 35 Cents Large Jar. SPECIAL ON SEED RAISINS / 15c Box or 3 Boxes for 40c. Fresh Stock of Groceries and Canned Goods at SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. N. D. Lorenzo Washington and Charles Streets, CHARLES TOWN, WF'T VA. Order of Publication. The State of West Virginia, Jefferson County, To-wit: At rules held in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, on the first Monday in December, 1922. Sarah E. Dutterer, Plaintiff. wife..R. Stanley Dutterer, in his m ng], Mabel])utterer, his wife, ssie . Royer. D. Z. Royr, her ran. her husband, S. Alberta ynn, J. Irwin Flyrm, her husband, ora K. Logan and George Logan, her husband. Defendants. OBJECT OF SUIT VS. That Complainant's dower in the J. Henry Dutterer .][s-'xecutor of Jacob trl. estate_ of which her husband, H. Iutterer, d, R. Stanley [Jacob 1t. Dutterer, died seized and Dutterer, Executor Of Jacob H. Dut- t possessed may be assigned, set out and terer, deceased, J. Henry Dutterer, in i allotted to her by Commissioners ap- his own rig-hL Dora Dutterer, his pointed by the Court; that Plaintit Buy USEFUL XMAS GI For For Sister For Daddy Your Sweetheart Brown o Black Spanish Leather Ladies Desk $..50 $16.20 to $31.50 r Laffi Card Tat Blue md Old Green Standard Chest Rose Shad Top--Folding $18.00 to $31.50 $20.00 $4.00 For Brother For Grandma Golden Oak Chi Perfection Oil $2;oo $5.75 to $7 Give Mother a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet MISCELLANEOUS: MeLa wSmNCTON SSWING TABLE, set, SZWNG TRAY SOLm OAN STICKS, CARPET SWEEPERS, CRUMB SWEEPERS. BASSINEITS AND CRADLE Dunaway & Hoofl CHARLES TOWN, WEST. VA. may recover damages in this cause I Advocate a newspaper from the defendants for their action [town of Charles Town, in withholding her dower, and for gen- [ of Jeffermn, and be posted eral relief, door of the Court House of Itappeaxing, on affidavit filed in this ! .county, at least twenty suit, that the Defendants, Flora K. judgment or is Logan and George Logan, her husband, ! C.W. are non-residents of the State of West  Clerk of the Circuit Virginia, they are hereby required to Geo. M. Beltoover, Jr., P- appear within One Month after the l Dec. 9-4t. date of the first publication of this or-   l-n--,,,. w  b-.,..4 wl0 der, and do what is necessary to prO- t iv +n'd+m4 -----''i,,,+"rmtic tect their interests in this matter. It I homff-----=-* ,_+t.-,t m ordered that a eopy o this order be |  ha. -;..,+ ,.,+.,,.,;.+, th z orm m pnsne.o .nee a weeg Ior i tion of a Ionr co--re weeg8 m the r-armers |home of Mr. |