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Charles Town, West Virginia
December 23, 1922     Farmers Advocate
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FARMERS ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23, 192 Your lrips and Your IlaulinQ REMEMBER we have two spacious and comfortable AUTOMOBILES at your service all the time. A care- ful operator with each machine guarantees safety and deliveries on time. 'REMEMBER ALSO we have a two and a half ton TRUCK to do your heavy hauling any distance desired. Call on Phone 54-K, Charles Town Exchange when yon want our passenger or freight service. H. A. ALGER TRANSFER CO. Charles Town, W, Va. -. SJP..el-e2Mli =---_ ,;- "  - - Jl ........................................ L T. W. & E. F. JACOBS KABLETOWN, WEST VA. Axle Grease, Plow Repairs, Binder Twine, Collar Pads. Barb Wire Fencing, Staples, and all kinds of Implement Handles. Tir Chaims, Auto Tires and Tubes, Gas and Otis Aecemeries. PR E ST-O-LITE BATTERIES Hardware and Biacksmithing. Meal and Feed Grinding Done Every Day in the Week. F. L. JORDAN Phm 237-K. G. IL WYSONG JORDAN REAL ESTATE SADLER BLDG. & WYSONG AND INSURANCE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. fARMS: ORCHARDS TOWN PROP BUILDING SITES COUNTRY HOMES Your Old Home Paper The Advocate is your old home paper. It circulates in every neighborhood in Jefferson county. Every copy of it is read by one to five families. It is 'the most borrowed paper ever published in the county. It gathers the sort of news you like to get. It is read by more people than any paper in the county. It is the best advertising medium in the covmty. It is not forced upon anybody. All Advocate subscribers are paid subscribers. It gives mm general county news than any paper within your reach. It is all home print all the time. Don't think of trying to get along with- out The Advocat Quit borrowing from your neighbor. Don't think of trying to sell things without using Advocate space. And when you have visitors from out- aide the county, family reunions, deaths, weddings, sales or other things of inter- est to the public, be sure to tell The Ad. notate about it, so it can be published' in Your 01d Home Paper ,, JOB PRINTING $4.00 A Cord Delivered Dry Oak Cord Wood $4.00 a cord delivered iT Charles Town. Write or Phone CHARLEY F. HOUGH. Dec.2-4t Charles Town, W. Va Phore No. 213-23. /| That every 0000dded f subscriber helps to t make finis paper g t better for everybody BE A GOOD NEIGH- BOR AND CITIZEN! SPRING WAGON FROM A SURREY Th@urchase of a motor car did away with the necessity of a sum-ey at our home. We found it could not be sold for anything like its real worth,  so we made a splendid spring wagon from it at a cost of less than $4. It is necessary to have t-o lx8 pieces ten feet long, which cost $2.25. I also needed fifteen feet of board flooring, one 2x4 piece six feet long, making a cost of $1.30, a pint of paint, costing 30 cents and four belts %x4 inches, which cost 10 cents. I renmved the entire body of the sur- rey and bolted two 2x4 pieces two and one-half feet long to the springs. To those l nailed the flooring in the exact size I wished the completed bed to be. The floor might be bolted if that is pre- ferred. I next took the l x8 pieces and saw- ed two pieces two and one-half feet CLEAN UP. PAINT KEEP IT UP. I,ET ME FIGURE ON THAT PAINT OR PAPERHANGING JOB FOR YOU. W. E. MORELAND PAINTER & PAPERHANGER Charles Town, W. Vs. Feb. 18-1yr. Frequent Headaches "1 suffered with chronic constipation that would bring on very severe headaches," says Mrs. Stephen H. Kincer, o{ R. F. D. 1. Cripple Creek, Vs. "1 tried different medicine-s and did not get relief. The head- aches became very frequent. I heard of long for the ends of the bed and two UP more the required length for the sides. These I nailed to the floor and joined together at the corners. Across them I nailed a Ix3 piece to place the seat on. I used the rear seat from the old surrey, leaving the top attached. The top had to be made smaller. I loosened it from the front, detached the front bow and fastened it to the' front bow of the two back ones. The l bow I moved had to be lengthened about four inches, extending the top! of the bow directly over the spot where l the dash would be. I then cut the ! l leather top off to fit and tacked it to' I the bow. My wife helped me in cut- ting doom the old surrey curtains, sewing them on the sewing machine. and by using a storm front for a bug- gy we had a storm buggy, as well as i spcing wagon. ! I bolted the dash from the old sur-i rey bed to the front of the wagon bed [ and after applying the paint was as well satisfied as if I had purchased a new wagon. Fred T. Ri|ey. It cost Jack Cohen, of New York Thadnrd'o city, just $202 to try to sell hglf-dol- t /IIOUIUIU 0 i lars at the bargain price of 25 cents ! i each--$200 was the bet he lost be-[ D| Am.OA, iu he failed to make asale in 15 l U I,,,/,,tO U Il/,,tU t ' minutes. and $2 was a fine imposed in court for selling without a license. Cohen argued with William Wolf, a and took it for a headache. nd  ! Missouri shoe salesman, that Barnum the relief was very quick and ,- it was so long be|ore ! had , was right when he declared a sucker anolher headache. Now ! j:sr I was born every minute. He offered keep the Biack-Dranht, and to bet $200 that he could sell half don't let myself get in t!mt  dollars for a quarter. Wolf took his condition." " - !bet, so Cohen began work. He made Thedfod's Black'- Dt: h Ino sale in 14 minute however, and (purely vegetab!e) has ben iound to relieve" constipation, ' labout that time he was arrested. and by stimulating the .aczi0 of . a the liver, wheniristotmd, helps . t to drive man)' poisofis out of td i A wealthy Vermont young man, in your system. B[Iiousncgs,  !his love letters to a young woman of I indigestion, headache, and  Imodest means and social standing, similar troqblzs are often  i ealled her his "Cutie Pie." 'ley were i relieved in this way, h is iI:e natural way. E: nafnrall Try ' [mazTied ,and later the young man's i Black-Draught.  l papa and mamma succeeded in alien- Sold everywhere. " 9  tating his affections into another direc- It ion, for which prank a jury has just awaled the aggrieved wife damages totaling $465,000. It is said the rela- tions between "Curie Pie" and her paents-inl-law have cooled down to about the temperature of Eskimo pie, though they may thaw out a little later on when she steps forth in raiment becoming the poaeessor of $465,000. O The kissing of "two eId maids" and the "near joining of the church," were among items listed in the expense account of L. W. Little, defeatel can- I didate for sheriff of Nemaha county, / Neb. He said he spent $27.50 in cash, I !was bitten by a dog twice, told 1,000 flies, got two farms, kissed kicked O1T 162 babies and two oll maids, drove his car 1,000 miles and walked 900 miles. He added that he made one public speech, and that if he had made ano- ther he would not have received a single vote. o Princess Marie, the daughter of former king, Ferdinand, af Bulgaria, has turned,to the soil to make a liv- ing and is now working as a farmer- ette, doing all the work on a little farm which "e secured in Bavari The World War caused not only the Le our Dir:ess male emhe of  oa s Wffod " to go to work, but also meant manual labor for princees who formerly were waited upon at every turn. Percy Eva World war veteran If you ave DOg the tom- who, last October 26, gave a dinner fort o electricity you are to 22 boyhood friends and war-time doing without the greatest of buddies, and told them that he "felt modern aids to housekeeping, himself slipping," is dead at Newark, N.J. Evans had to be takentohis Electrlclightlslnexpensive, "death dinner" on a stretcher. When safe and beautiful. Electric he realized that he could not recover household appliances cost from the effects of poison gas, hemade little to run and save hours complete nts for his funeral of time and labor, o Funeral serv/ees for Mrs. Gildie Remember it does not cost Garle, of Indianapolis, Ind., were con- much to wire your house for ducted a day later than they had been planned. A fast wmsenger train electricity and it can be done struck the hearne as the cortege pass- without muss, dirt or disturb- ed over the tracks, demolishing the ance of your household. A coffin. The crossing watchman ad-" telephone call will bring our mitred that he was so busy watching wiring man--his estlmatewill the funeral procession that he forgot place you under ao obligation, to lower the safety gates. m0rthern va. rower co. ADVOCATE nrint., anything. ,Mz. Business man don't forget that COFFMAN BUILDING I new StationeryPrinted the Advocate I w. Plumbinfl, Heatinfl and Sheet Metal Work QUAKER STEEL FURNACES STEAM, HOT WATER AND VAPOR HEATING. ROOFING AND SPOUTING BLOWER AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS PLUMBING---TOWN AND COUNTRY "HOOSIER" and "LEADER" PUMPS FOR ELECTRIC, GASOLINE OR HAND POWER. We Solicit a Share of Your New Con- struction or Repair Work. JANNEY & BALDWIN (SUCCESSORS TO ZINN & JANNEY) CHARLES TOWN. WEST VA. PHONE 49-W. ALLENS PARLOR FURNACE put up in your living room will heat your house and make it comfortable. We Have a Full Line of WOOD STOVES, COAL STOVES and RANGES. We espeeia/!y  your attention to the AIJJNS PARLOR FURNAC It burns soft eoalnd more than answers the pur- pose of a hard coal double heater. It will heat more rooms for less money. (ive us a call and let us show you how pretty the furnace will look in your living rooin. BURNS & MARSHALL Charles Town, West V It is a great venitz ta lmy your Id]ls wi * zz nd the cMedled chd is a k! recdpt too, it givm you a STANDING i ye eem" mmmity and lay the foundation for CREDIT. A BBk  is albo dmira and umrY, for there are many waya in which r Bank can be d service to yu in b/ness Md pdvate affairs. Come in and open a checking ammt. We will wekome you. JEFFERSON BANK TRUST GO, CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. CAPITAL $I00,000. SURPLUS $20,000. Read The Advoeate Market