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Alger Returns I ty Court who had worked together at Court House Ito keep the assessor's office up ~. ~. 7. ... " I date during his illness. ~IX lVlontns illness ] Alger stated he was still under -- I a dctr's care but that he expects A "g nfined to his home in Char I to be released h'onl further medi-~int S n for the past six monthslcal treatment this week, and that v,..' of illness returned to his| he expects to be in his office on a at the Court House lastI full Lime basis from now n. By J. E. Saville I stated that he wanted to] Good luck rarmy comes unex- thank the deputy assess-| peered; usually, it is over-expect- Fertilizers For Profitable the of the Court-" ed. Production The above is the title of a new circular from W. Vs. Agriculture Extension Service. This circular gives you infor- mation on selecting the right fer- tilizer, ratios, amount to use, lim- ing and Soil testing. In addition to the above, recommendations I sell the Following Personal Property at my home, for specific crops are given. ta 2-miles East of Bunker tliH, W. Va., on the Old This circular is available for th~ Hill and Middleway Road, at the rear of tile John ~~1 ~1 Farm, Berkeley County (Follow Signs), on SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1959i':! i BEGINNING AT 12:00 O'CLOCK NOON (D.S.T.) .,v~, HOUSEHOLD GOODS "RENOWN RANGE, NORGE ELECTRIC RANGE, FRIG- REFRIGERATOR, GAS WATER HEATER, Reed ~':': ..... ~. ', .. Room Suite, Studio Couch, 4 Metal Utility Cabinets, ".~"' *~?"~%*~'~'~* r Washer, Kenmore Vac. Cleaner, Maple Bed with :;:;.,i: ", and Mattress; Mahogany Chest of Drawers~ Chest 3 Tables, Stand, Ice Box, Vanity, Wardrobe, Book Youi theft insurance and Desk Combination; 2 Office Chairs, 2 Child's Desks, Bed, High Chair, Play Pen, Toys, Wood Stove, Lawn Benches, 3 Galvanized Tubs, Clock Radio, Window Kerosene and Wall Lamps; Clothes Hamper, Ice Freezer, Metal Chairs, Window Awnings, Kraut Cutter, Floor Lamps, Flower Boxes, Flower Trellis, Blankets, 2 Mills, Crocks, 5-Gal. Stone Jugs, Croquet Set, Dishes. MISCELLANEOUS: DAVID BRADLEY GARDEN TRACTOR WITH CULTI- MOWER and SAW; CRAFTSMAN 18-in. POWER MOWER, MAYRATH TRACTOR SPRAYER, Steel may need touching up, too/ This year, the emphasis is on more outdoor living. No doubt you have some lawn furniture . . . a barbecue outfit.., or other outdoor equipment. Be sure everything you own .. inside i~nd out.., is in- Wooden Barrels~ 2 Butchering Pots, Garden Plow. sured against loss from the.fL Bathroom Lavatory, Mounted Deer Head, Camping Cot, Call us fo~ details. e Paddles, Boat Oars, 5 Chicken Coops, Fishing Tackle, Off Saw, Chicken Feeders, Battery Fence Charger, 4 vberry Crates and Fillers; Steel Cables, Log Chains, Pipe Fittings, Grindstone, 2'Grabs, Wedges, Forks, Saws, r ~, and Articles too numerous to mention. APPROX. 200 FEET SEASONED WALNUT LUMBER ~l 2 CORDS OF SAWED WOOD. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. LEWIS R. VIRTS PHONE CA. 9-3244 W. D. ORNDORFF, R. E. MORELAND, 23 -2t. Auctioneer. ~#~foaent~tzO ~It~ Clerk. Hartford Fire Insurance Company b |l Southern States Unico Tires, always , ,~[ *:~ ~': /priced low, now l' dave. you even more urlng July! Get husky Carcass, tough, long-lasting tread, guarantees that really protect you. Take advan_ tage of our Easy Payment Plan. Sa/e 'ends July 3 1 st-- COme in today/ First-Line Unico Powerliner TUBELESS PASSENGER July Sale Price- $19.48 plus tax Reg. Southern States Price $23.95 plus tax Reg. Industry list price $31.95 plus tax Top quality, first-line tire. Wide flat gripping tread gives greater mileage. Unconditional road-hazard guarantee! Save now! "Special of specials!" UNICO U-54 TRUCK TIRE July Sale Price S649s Reg. Southern States price, $97.00 plus tax , Reg. Industry list price, $138.55 plus tax Top quality first-line tire! 34% greater nfileage. 27% greater traction. Cooler running. Save now! Wpe reg. reg. I~y industry Southern Sale size ply sidewall list States price price retail priceplus tax ......... plus tax plus tax tubeless tubed tubed mbed open eelltct - ab 800x 14 4 black $ 36.75 $27.55 710 x 15 4 black $ 31.35 $23.50 600 x 16 4 black $ 25.85 $19.40 600 x 16 6 black $ 37.10 $26.00 10-38 4 black $116.55 $87.40 550-t6 4 black $ 22.50 $16.90 Metro/other sizes also offered at sale prices Use our Easy Payment Plan $22.25 $18.99 $15.83 $22:47 $69.22 $15.90 SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE Phone 43 Ranson, W. Va. the asking at the County Exten- sion office. W. Va. Poultry Convention July 29, 30 and 31 are the dates of the W. Va. PoultIT Convention at Moorefield, W. Va. First day will be annual busi- ness meeting and crowning of the Poultry Queen and Broiler King for 195. Second da3,- July 30th, the program will include the following subjects: Ooportunities in Selling Poultry and Poultry Plx>ducts, Breeding Principles and Laying House Pay Off. July 31, third day, will include Poultry Nutrition De- velopments and Needs, a visit with 1958 and 195 Champion Broiler Growers, Egg Production Costs can be Reduced and a Chicken Barbeeus. If you are interested in any phase of the poultry business, be sure to take in a part of this pro- gram. Farm Safety Week July 19-25th is designated as National Farm Safety Week. You may ask, why we have a week so designated. These figures should convenience you. Each year 12,000 persons are killed on American farms. Anothm: 1,000,- 000 are injured. 'Safety Makes Sense" is the theme this year and Safety Makes Sense in the following ways: it re- sults in fewer deaths, fewer injur- ies, less expense and less grief and suffering. Human failure is the basic eause of most accidents. In nearly every case human fat! ure to recognize and correct a hazard is the real cause of ac-. cldcnts. Humah failures inclu-'.e hurry lack of comon sense, im- proper equipment, improper care and use of equipment, false confi- dence and lack of knowledge. Farm people can help by mak- ing regular safety inspections of their homes, buildings, fields, ma- chinery and equipment, work hab- its and attitudes with this thought in mind, Safety Makes Sense. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA~ RUBBER STAMPS:--Made amy Size you desire. Quick and Elfl- cient Service. Telephone 2"22, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - AD- VOCATE. OY~I~I.CE, North George Street...~__~ State So.il Conservation Committee of West Virginia OTICE OF ELECTION OF SUPERVISORS BY COUN- TIES TO BE HELD FOR THE EASTERN PANHAN- DLE SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT. To aH owners of land,s ~ying vi~hin the boundaries of the East- ern Panh,and'le Soil Conservation Dis,trieS, notice is hereby give~n l~h,~t on the 28~h day of July, 1959, between~'the hours of 7:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. an election will be ~etd for t~he clue%ion of one su- pervisor in Jefferson County of the Eastern Panhandle Soil Con- servation District of the Sta,te of West Virginia. All persons, firms and corporat ions who hold tiVle to t~ree or more acres of lands lying within .the boundaries of the said d~str~c~ are eligi,ble to vote at ~he sa~d el- cotton. Only such persons, firms or corpora~ons are eligible to vote Voting divisions and polling places for Jefferson County. Division No. 1-Comprising ta~ds within ~1'1 of Jefferson County; polling place l(~ated wt Peoples Supply ~tore, Ohurles Town, W. Va. Eligible voters residing within %he d~striet s~aT1 ease t.'heir ballots at the polling,~ places in ,l~he county wherein ~hey reside and for a su- pervisor in th, at county onty. Elig ible raters not residing wi,khin the District shah east their bal~o~ ~t the pollingm, places for the county which includes Vheir land, or the grea~ter part thereof. Eligi.ble re: tern who wil,1 be absent .from their cour~ty on the day of the election may ~pply in person or in writing to Mr. Wil'l,i,am.r, p. Perks, Polling Superintendent, C~arles Town, W. V.a. for absentee ballo~s. E~h ap- plicant for an absentee ~0,allot shaH, state ~s name, residence, lo cation and acreage of l~nd owned, ,and imterest therein. S~ate Soil Conservation Commi,ttee By J. T. J(~hnson, Chairman July 23, 1959 E. L. McDONALD, JR., AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Vs. Repre~n~ng THE TIRA~EFUl, He is u winner of %he C~ld But- i SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON t'*~e~ ADVOCATE Local Bankers To ,on award t 2Xae Oold B ,.t on is an award I THURSDAY, JULY 23.1959 7--B Attend Convention for %he age , w o, for %vo onsee-, u,tdve years, has topped the hig~h- ~ ~ ~tmmmt The 6~th annua~l convention of level of sales he achaeved ~n ~l~is the West Virginia Bankers Assoc- im~t;i~l years w~~a the company. andbrieria,tionSpl~ings, representwtives Hotel will W. be Va., at :heldjuly White at of~he 23, both Sulphur Green- 24, the 25, cedimtaon waukee, Honor a,t of Vhe Wisconsin, ciba,tions Agenlts 79th meeting of were of Nor~h~vestern taheannun" inAssoc_ M.fl- LLO.@'S PLUMBING AND HEATING Bank of Ch.arles Town and the Mutual IAfe, Before an audien.ce Peoples Bank of Oharles Town of agents from 46 sta~s and ,the Plumbing - Heating - Septic Tanks and wi, ll ,~tto~d. Ddst~iet of Ool~mb4,a, award w~n- Those going from the Peoples nets were cited for ou~tstandang Drainfields -- Stone and Dirt Bank wil~l be Mr. and ~VIrs. Edward sales in Vhe Asso~iatAon's honor L. Pine, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Fqery year, ended l~ay 31. Nor~awe~t- ~and Mr. and Mrs. John Newcomer. ern's sales n aCAonally in ~Tte 12- From t'he Bank of Chanles Town month honor pert ted' were $803,- PHONE 744 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ~Mr. and Mrs. James Strider, Mr. 355,000, the h.lghest ever recorded and Mrs. Melvin Strider, Mr. ,and 'by the 102-year-old firm in any Mrs. JOhn boche Burns, iT. and honor year. DIr. ~a,nd ,Mrs. Thurman Wh~l,Vacre,: ............ ~ ...... , ..... Among the guest speakers ~v VheCnven~inwil'l~beLeeP'M'fl~ DO l'llt IUSII I er, Preside,n Ameri,ean an,kers As soci'~taon ~nd President, CI%I- zens ~idelity Tm~st Company, Lou in.i tie, Kentucky, Hen. C,h'a~les N. ~hepardson, ~Yle~nber Beard of Governors Federal Reserve SyStem Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Hen. Ray M. Gld ey, Coml tr(fl ler of the Currency, J~mes ,M. Daw- Thesn'Vl:cePresiden't andEeono,miStNa,bional City Bank of Oleve LOW Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. iand and Robert Lindquis, Vice Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block `president, Harris Trust and av- ings Bank, Chicago, ~l'l. The Ban- quet Speakers wi~l:l be Dr. Perry S. to your location. Gresh, am, President, Be~ha~ay CM ,logo, B~t4aany, W. Va. IL The Trust Division Dinner will be held Thursday evening, Ju,ly 23rd. The speaker at Vh~s meet- ing WD1 be A. M. McN~vkle, Vi*ce Route 15, 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. ,President, Hdellty Trus Company H%tsburgh, Pa. Open Daily to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday Carl W. Merchant Wins Gold Button Award For Life Insurance Sales Carl W. Mereha.nZ, (:~h:arles Town an ~gen,t of ~he Nortthwe.st~ 18Zh day of Ju~ly, 1959, Vhere was flied' in thae office of ,t~e Recorder of he Town of Ranson, W. Vs., an e~ppl~ca%ion by the Cl~y of Oh~r!e's Town, W. Va., requesting consents of t~e Council of 'said Town of l~nson 'to ,the acquisit- ion by said City of Vhe priwate~ly owned w~terworks pl~n~ and dis- tri~bu,t~n system si~tm~ted w~q~hin sa~d Town ~nd t'o the servi~ein.g or sttpplying of water f,aeill~ies or services within .t~he corpor~*,e l~m- i~s of s~id Town by said Oi~y and Iurther requesting ~2ae gran4Ang of a franohise by sa~d Council ~o op- eru~e and main,tsan sa~d water works plant and distribution sy- stem a,nd to su,pply wra,ter and water sem~iee in and o s~l Town and i,ts in:hab4tan,~ .for a period of twenty (20) years from %he d~te of such acqu~si~on, vdth ~e ab- solute privilege of renewing s~id franchise for an ~dditioma~ period of ~wen, ty (20) years. ARTHWR D. MII~ER Recorder Town of t~nson, W. Va. July 23-4T- for cooking, clothes washing and drying, dish washing, water heating, qt food freezing, refrigeration no soot .... no smoke TAKE ANOTHER STEP INTO THI AJ,. e LECTRIC FUTURE SEE THE MODERN ELECTRIC APPLIANCES TODAY AT YOUR LOCAL DEALERS OR THE THE POTOMAC LIGHTPOWER CO. II \ ONE OF THE 7 BIG BESTS CHEVROLET GIVES YOU OVER ANY CAR IN ITS FIELD Take it, not from us, but from official results of this year's Mobilgas Economy Run: Chevy's pennypinching 6 delivers the most miles per gallon in its field. For a pair of these Chevrolet sixes with Powerglide walked away with the first two places in their class, get- ting the best mpg figure--a whop- ping 22.38--of any full-size car. And here are more expert, impar- tial opinmns and on-the-record facts backing us up on Chevy's other six bests: BESTTRADE-IN Check the figures in any N.A.D.A.* Guide Book. Chevrolet used car prices last year averaged up to $128 higher than comparable "models of the "other two." BEST STYLE It's the only car of the leading low-priced 3 that's unmistakably modern in every line. "In its price class," says POPULAR SCIENCE magazine, "Chevrolet establishes a new high in daring styling." BEST BRAKES In direct competitive tests of re- peated stops from highway speeds, conducted by NASCAR't', Chevro- let out-stopped both of the other leading low-priced cars-and why not: Chevy brakes are far larger, built with bonded linings, to help lengthen brake life by as much as 66%. BEST ROOM Official dimensions reported to A.M.A.$ make this clear. For example, Chevy front seat hip room is up to 5.9 inches wider than comparable cars. BEST ENGLNE Every motor magazine has given Chevrolet's standard and Corvette V8's unstinted praise. As SPORTS CARS ILLUSTRATED puts it: "lndeed this device is surely the most wonderfully responsive en- gine available today at any price." BEST RIDE MOTOR TREND magazine calls Chevy "... the smoothest, most quiet, softest riding car in its price class." You'll be able to tell this yourself, instantly. And your Chevrolet dealer can tell you about a long list of other advantages besides these 7 big ones! *Nrztio~tal Automobile Dealers A~so- elation tNationat Association fo~" Stock Car Advancement and, Research $Au.tomobila Manu/a~urers Asso- eiatior~ Make sure you get the most for your money--visit your local authorized Chevrolet dealer! West Washington Street , Inc. Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 42 ri