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IGHT FARMERS ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23, 1922. REAL ESTATE SALES. [mine W. Sager has sold a house ami lot of one acre adjoining the farm the late W. M. Clements on the Stmsmit Point and BerryviHe pike. he colnalderation was $600. Fms Emma E. Johnson and her sis- tr, Mrs. Cora Everhart, daughters of the late George D. Johnson, are now the owners of the Johnson home place, near Leetown, the deed for the trans- fer to them having been left for reeor- datiou in the County Clerk's office last week. The farm had originally 192 acres in it, but in the above deed the grantors except 49 acres now in or- chard. The farm of the late M. S. Miller at Kexeysville ,was sold at public mtle last Saturday in front of the Court House 5ere. Chas. J. Miller,, one of he heirs, bought it at $67.25 per acre.. The farm contains 165 acres, 16 acres ICE ON RIVER. A succession of cold nights and crisp days this week caused ice to form on the Shenandoah river. Though less than two inches thick the ice impeded ferry work both at Mannings and Keys I ferries. Boat courses had to be cut [to allow ferrymen to operate their }heats. Beginning Monday night, the [thermometer has been going to ten or [twelve above zero for the past four or five nights. NEVER DID IIKE INDIANS. An Oklahoma editor tells of an old Indian that came into his office to pay for his paper. The editor took the money, then the Indian wanted a re- ceipt. The editor tried to talk him out of it. Mr. Indian insisted on get- ting the receip After making it the editor wanted to know why he was so THE ADVOCATE WISHES ITS MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS persistent about wanting a receipt. of which is in apple orchard. The Indian said: "Me die some time. A MERRY CHRISTMAS Robt. M. Everhart has exchanged ] Go to big gate and St. Peter ask if I AND the Thomas N. Hill farm of 106 acres ! bn good Indian. I say yes. He say near Fairmount school house on theIdid you pay your debts? I say yes. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS east side of the Shenandoah river in ] He say, did you pay editor for paper? NEW YEAR. Kabletown District for a house and lot 11 say yes. He say, where is receipt ? in Ranson owned by,M. H. Armstrong. I no have it. I have to run all over It ts Mr. Armstrong's intention to hell to fid you and get receipt. ''- APPOINTED IN COMPTROLLER. I Cowden (HI.) Reflector. n move to the farm in the spring m Y, OUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS! YOU? LET US SHOW YOU OUR SUPPLY OF GENTS AND CHILDREN'S FURNISH- INGS. YOU CAN SURELY FINDSOME- THING TO PLEASE. THEODORE BROS. Theodore's Corner, Cherles Town, W. Va. L Attorney Frank L. Yates ,of this county, who was admitted to the Washington bar in October, following his graduation in law from the George Washington University in June last has been appointed an attorney in the office of the Comptroller General of the United States. The report of his gives no information wlere his work will be though most likely require his esidence in Washington. O KUKLUXERS IN TOWN. For the first time since the Kuklux- ers have revived their organization, a squad of six members of the order ap- pc.area in Charles Town Thursday night. In full regalia, and with hoods and mask to disguise them, six of them in a Ford touring car came into town about 8 o'clock and traveled over the principal streets, the license tag on their machine covered over. Some- where near the Opera House, they made a stop. All of them filed into the Opera House, brushing past the sstonished doorkeeper and down the aisle to  the orchestra pit where they found Manager Henson. Delivering to him a package, the mysterious visitors left the building through the side door; got in their machine and sped out of town. The package left with the manager was found to contain $30, in- structions with the moey irdicating it is to be used in vurchasing gifts to gv on the community Christmas tree. G DUFFIELDS. Thursday, Dembcr 21, 1922. The Christmas Store of QUALITY GIFTS COME TO OUR STORE WITH YOUR GIFT LIbr-- YOUR GIFT BUYING WELL BE A REAL PLEASURE AND QUICKLY FINISHED. GIFT SUGGONS: Kid Gloves HandBags Boxed Handhexehiefs 8ak Umbrellas Hose Wool Hose Wool Scarfs Sweaters mouses Knit Gloves Bedroom Slippers Bath Robes Bath Mats Towel Sets Lien Towels and Napkims Dresser Scarfs Silk Underwear Comb and Brush Sets Manicure Sets Boudoir Ca Dells--Toys Xmas Car Seals Wrappt Paper Writing Paper Blankets and Cemforts Pillows Beston Bags While cutting wood in a clearipg on Dr. G. W. Bank's farm, near Duffields, last Friday morning, Frank McDonald, colored, met with a serious accident. The ax he was using glanced and struck his left foot, making s very bad wound. Wtle out driving Thursday even- ing, one of the wheels of Amos Kibler's automobile came off but fortunately he stopped the car before any damage was done. .Mrs. R. L. Dyott, of Harpers Ferry, spent several days of the vast week with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Tabler. George Carper has been confied to the house with an attack of la grippe. Mrs., Robe Wintermoyer, Jr., was quite sick last Wednesday night with an attack of acute indiedo. Mr. Oscar ]qlaekfo! has lost fifty- eight hors with choler& Amos Kibler spent Sumtay and Mon- day with his parents at Lray Va. Mr. Moler, of Martinsburg, spent Sunday with the Misses Morrison. Mr. and Mes. Harry Lemen were in Martinsburg Monday. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION. Your %r :-_. _ .,,.: _ . _ _ .....  spending several weeks with her cou- sins, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. McGarry. An interesting Xmas program will LET THIS BE CHRISTMAS Store THE STORE OF CHRISTMAS SPIRIT Why not Give a Package of Silks or Dress Length of Wool Goods Imagine her delightful surprise when "she" opens the package Christmas morn and finds in it a beautiful piece of silk--enough for a blouse or a dre&q. A dress length of wool goods, too is a practical gift. WOMEN LIKE TO MAKE HOUSEDRESSES Every woman takes certainpride in that which she makes--doesn't that suggest ho pleased she would be with a length of gingham or percale sufficient for an apron or housedress ? A Handbay is "The Gift" Event woman loves beauty---and truly it is a wide selection of beautiful handbags that is here, any one of which would greatly please the recipient. The latest styles, clever styles, made of the most fashionable leathers and other materials. i Beautiful Bath Robes. The kindly thought which prompts the comfort giving gift is clearly ex- pressed in these bath robes. Beautiful ones they are, in several veT fetching styles. Table Linens That give one an inspiration in the gift search. They are so unexpectedly good for their moderate pMcins Some real opportunities for those who are prepared to shop early. Prices range according to size and de- sign. EXQUISITE GIFT HOSIERY A comprehensive collection that should have particular appeal to the gift shoppers, not only because selection is made with e,e. but also because it is hosiery of quality and certain to please the recipient. Distinctive Glove Itere are gloves supremely fitting as gift--they are gloves any woman likes to wearthey lead the style and are available in an attractive range of prices. Corsets----Important Of all things allied with Fashion in any degree, of all aids to femininity in attain- ing distinction in dress the comet is one of the most potent factors. PLEASURE IN GIVING HANDKERCHIEFS ESPECIALLY SUCH FINE ONES AS ARE HERE Handkerchiefs are certain to be a welcome gift, for no one ever had too many, that goes without saying. So varied are the kinds here on display that everyone's taste can be gratified. So wide is the range of prices, no one need spend more than they wi. / HEAPS OF GOOD BLANKETS HERE THEY MAKE BEAUTIFUL AND PRACTICAL GIFTS Warm, fluffy blankets---some are of high grade cottons and others are part solid colored blankets th contrasting borders and blankets in pretty plaid design- they're in the various standard size Any housewife would greatly apprecite one or more of these W. CORNBLATT & SON VISIT TOYLAND .... SECOND FLOOR. Dividend Notiee The Board of Directors of the Farmers and Merchants Deposit Com- pany, at a meeting on Tuesday, De- cember 5, 19P.2. declared a semi-an- nual dividend of 5 per cent on capital stock of said company. The dividends are payable on mad after January 1. 1.23. R. L. WITHERS, President. FOR MEN:--Bath Robes, Silk Socks, Wool Socks, Thursday. December 21, 1922. S. LEE PHILLIPS, Cashier. Neckties, Mrs. Robt. Cross is taking treat-t-nl-dr-Mili-n-tr_- Handkerchiefs, Safety Razors, Gloves, Pajama ment in the City Hospital Martins- 2huoar I &wES2Iv A burg. She will be unable'to return -- T to her family here until sometime in "The annual stockholders meeting of CO .-@ January. " the Charles Toxm Industrial AssocJa- CHARLES Mr. John Southard has gone to visit tion will be held at the office of Phil his daughter, Mrs. Vera Rodriguez, Jackson on Tuesday, January 9, 1923, in South Carolina. _ fat 8 pm., fo: the purpose of electing Mrs. Dwight Wylie has returned to ia bom:d of directors for the ensuing ' T- -" ................................................. her home in Selma, Alabama, afteryea r and for such other business as be rendered in the Mhodist Church at Bardane on Monday night of next Stockholders lw u"ee"ng. # wee , e Junction school will close for the Xmas holidays Friday ternoon when an entertaimneut will be give by the vupils. Rev. D. A. Ramey, the new Baptist minister will preach in the Presbyter- ian chdrch here Sunday night at seven o'clock. Immediately after this ser- vice the Methodist will have their Xmas entertainment in the Methodist Church. may properly come before the meeting. GEO. McDANIEL, President. PHIL JACKSON, Secretary. Everyme- in in the commun- ity Christmas tree will please meet at the school house Friday night and help praetlee the carols to be used. Let all who can sing ive their hearty support .to the Junetion's initial veture that Lq being revived from an old custom. Every one is invited. A program will be renders@ at the tree o Wedvesday night at7:3 If the weather is un- favorable the exereis will take. place in the hall. In extending a cordial in. vitation to the public to be uresent one.of our Workere and well wish story about the open win- ers bursts forth in the following dog- dows of heaven is true enough if you gerel: We are givg to have a Christmas keep your chin up and live that way. Come and see. The man who digs gets his share. Planted in the town's triangle-lea, Don't sit around and complain. I know how to help you. Common sense Come and see. To the Stockholders of the Jefferson Bank & Trust Co. Notice is hereby given that a gen- eral meeting of the Stockholders of the Jefferso Bank & Trust Company a corporation, created under the laws of the State of West Virginia, will be held in their Banking Rooms in Charles Town, W. V. on the llth day of January, 1923, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors and transacting anyother business which may lawfully be done by the Stockholders in general meet- ing. W. A. HIGGS. President. H. N. WATSON. Cashier. Get A New Grip on Life what you go after. Life's not literally fall in your on your part Chiropractic adjustments on mine will make you well, keep you well and protect you against disease. If you are ill ith paralysis, deafness, rheumatism, neuritis, nervousness, stomach, lung, kidrey, heart or liver trouble, etc., consult me. DR. W. A. SUMMERVILLE Roessr Bldg. No. 9, Public Square Hagerstown, M& Plume I512. Announcemenl D. L. HEDGES, who Im.bem assdated with the Uniea Sales , of Martim burg, ammune that he has secured the ageWy fe  MES[EES MOTOR cAss .,   Jamm 1st, Te headquartera 11+'+ be fmm cat Goode Brothers Garage, Charles 'lbwn. The uniform and satisfactory ira]icy typi- cal of Dodge Brothers dealers aml service stations wiB be maintained at all thne D. L. HEDGES CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA Bearing the best fruits of the com. munitys Come and see. Laden wih Irood gifts and free, Come md see. Dispensed with care and harmony, ome and see. With sonars gaIore, and of great beauty, Come a-d see. So-gs of love and sweet charity, Come and see. With booze too scarce to be a rarity, and see. the big of Tam- Friends To Our and Customers A MERRY CRISTMAS AND A HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. W. Comblatt & Son WE WISH YOU A MItRY CHRIfflIS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAB. # Central Garaoe Co. CHARLKS TOWN, -  VA. Job Printing Done at this ofliLwm Member Md. State Board of Chiro- If you want the news, Subsen'e for the Read |