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ON THE CIRCLE IN RANSON Open Til Midnight Monday Thru Sat. Home of Low, Low, Low Everyday and Night Prices l ll]l I e CENTER CUT lb. 49c " Ib 69c . . lb. 79c . . lb. 79c Meat -lb. 59c ESSKAYS BREAKFAST . 1/'2 lb. pkg. 23c ESSKAY'S FRESH m ESSKAY'S CHOICE lb. 59c " " 31bs" (FRESH GROUND BEEF) (Lesser Quantities Slightly 'Higher) (Smoked tb. 35c -- Small 'Lean) I U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" (Whole or Cut Up) dll l II large head 15c .. lb. 10c SPEND LESS AND GET MDRE C R I S C O .... "can 79c F L U F F O - . 3-lb. can 75c MONNARCH SHORTENING - 3-lb. can 71c ESKO SHORTENING - 3-lb. can 59c BORDEN'S CHATEAU CHEESE - 2-1bs. 79c LOG CABIN COUNTRY KITCHEN SYRUP . 2db. bat. 39c MONARCH EVAP. M LK 6 tall cans 79c GOLD R|BBON MA/RGARINE - 2.lbs. 29c PHENIX MARGARIJNE .... 2.1bs. 49c DOMINO SUGAR - - - 5-1bs. 39c (With Purctuase of $5.00 or More) BOSCUL PEANUT "BUTTER 10-oz. glass 33c COCA COLA 6 pack 30c (One SiX Pack FRE, E with Each $10.00 Order-- Plus Deposit) (BRING YOUI COUPONS TO M. & K.) [AR R O W ...... 98c c G U N T H Y[,] R ..... 98c (6 PACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) AI,:L POPULAR BRANDS i | li I OPEN 8:( 0 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Mcmday Thru Saturday ~QuantRy Rights Reserved) [Always P enty of FREE PARKING! WEEK'S NEWS IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Citizens' Meeting The community is reminded of the meeCAng which wiM be held at ,the school at 7:30 o'clock on Fri- day evening for ,the puroose of clarifying :the situat)ion in regard to 'the stree~ lights. Whether or not the v~llage con,tinues to eLnjoy Jthe benefits of ,the street lights de ,pends on ;tffle ou,tome of this meet ing. As "0h,is ,project is ~financed by popular su'bscription i't is im- portant for every 'family Jn the commum~y %o be represented ,at ~his meeting. Visftors o,u Sunday a,t .the home of Mr. and Wits. Howard L. Ware Jr. and ,their sons Let and J~m~ny were Mrs. Ware's mother ,Mrs. ~e S~ubs and her children. her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and $$xs. ~rlyn St~t~bs and her sister ,and ~brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frederi,ck Rya~n ,and their farrdly all of Charles Town. Mr. and ~vlxs. CalVin Fleming of Charles Town spent Sunday visit- ing ~t ,the home of ,t~e la~ters par enbs ~Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Glassford. Also visiting recently with the C~lassford's wre their son and dau gbter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John , and their S'amily ~f Wfl lia~mspoxt. ~Md. Mrs. Harry C. Frazier Of "'Man- View' spen.t several days last week visiting ~ri,th her granddau- ghd~er and grandson-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and ~their .f~mily at their home in l:ta~u son and on Saturday afternoon DiS ited with Miss Wilder Wilson at Rest Home. Dinner guests on Sunday at ,the of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Ohes~re and ,their children Debar oh. Johrmy and P~tricia were ~Mrs. Oheshire's sister ,and broVher-in- 'law ~Mr. and Mrs. Hobar~ Kline and their three sons Stephen, An dy and Mark of Shanks, W. Va. (Ma'. and ;Mrs. El,lit Costello and their family who have been living (m the McCormick farm for ,the pas~ several years moved last week .the house on ,the farm on the Berry~lle Pike owned by Mr. Geo roe C~im. 'Mr. and ~VIrs. Lawrence Wfl'ling *ham of Oharles Town were vasit)ors on Sunday at ,the home of the ,for mars ,faVher Mr. Julian Willing- ham. Celebrate Birthday Mr. and "Mrs. Charles W. Sny- der ,and soot Bud of Bal.timore. Md. were guests over the weekend at Dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and dMrs. Phdlip Smwll wood and ,their daughter S~aaron were the .formers mother ,Mrs. Car~alee Smallwood and his s~s- .tar and brotvher-~n-law Mr. rand Mrs. Robert Ray of Fro~nt ~oyal, Va. On 'Sunday af.ernoon ~he Smallwoods and ,Mr. and Mrs. Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. Dur- ward Smallwood at .their ,home near Berryvi)le, VR. 'Mr. Willie Purr of Charles Town was a recent visi.tor ,at the .home of his niece and nephew "Mr. and Mrs. W. J. F~rr. On Saturday [Mr. and 'Mrs. Purr had as ,%heir guests the latters sister Mrs. l~ichard ~ine w~ith her daughter Faye and son Gene of Boyce, Va. Upon ~heir return home they were ac- coml~nied by ,Mr. Randolph ~:~urr+ Who was an overnight guest on Saturday a~ ,bhe Pine home. ~Mr. George Coyle of Warrenton, Va. v~sited on Monday of last week his aunt Miss Bell Snyder rat ' ~West She~nstone". Mr. and ~Mrs. Harry Breeden and their family .and Mr. and ~Mrs. Oscar ~Breeden were recen visi- cars at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrv~n Breeden near ~Errgie's ~witch. 4-H Meeting The Busy Bees 4-H Club will mee~ ~t 7:30 o'clock on 'Monday ev enlng, October 12th. All members are urged to be prese~nt. By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stronsnider ,and li,ttle /Y~ss Tina Finnyfrock of near Washington, D. C. were Dis d~tors Wednesday width Mrs. Stro- sn~der's sister, Mrs. Ic~a Costello and f arm~ily. IMr. a~nd Mrs. Alec Co~tellc, Mrs. Earl Peacher and sops Clifton and A~flen, Mr. and Mrs. Alton WIuse, Mr. and Mrs. David Penwe]l and family a~tended the Frederick Fair on Saturday. Mr. :and Mrs. Edwin Pope and daughter Pamela of Bolivar visi- ted ~their grandmot~her Mrs. Annie Pope and fami'ly Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn Jr. and children of Charles Town spent Sunday wi'th Mrs. I~lgarn's mother Mrs. Pope and family. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wallace ate and the 'home of .the formers brother family and the farmer's mother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bernard Oft motored to Elk James H. Snyder and their child- ~on, Va. Su,uday where they spent ren, Beth and Ndcky. On Su,uday Mr, Charles Snyder and his twin ~brOther ,Mr. Wallace Snyder were *honored a~ a Samlly dinner held to celebrate their ,natal anniver- saries. Others ,presen~ for ,t)he pc- casion were ,Mrs. Wallace Snyder and daughters Wallis Ann and Sue, Miss Bell Snyder anc~. Pau'l Liskey of "West Shen-" scone" ,and ,Mrs. Leslie Sells of Cl~rle~ Town. ~Mr. William Gracey o$ Charles Town was a visitor on Sunday at the home of his mother Mrs. Kate Gracey. The Reverend and Mrs. Samuel ButCher a~d clM]dren Cindy and TimOthy were recen.t supper guests at the home of ;Mr. and Wirs. Or- ~i'l,le DeHaven and bhier ~arrdly in Rippon. On Sunday ,Mr. and ~Irs. W. J. Furr with ,t)heir son-in-law and daughiter Mr. and Mrs. Raloh Dunn were dinner guests ~ the DeHaven home. Mr. ,and ~Mrs. David Grove and son Gregory of Charles Town were visi%ors on Sunday at the home of the formers ,parents Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Lawrence Grove. the day wiVh ~he labters parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fielding. Mrs. Elmer Wri$h~ recently re- ceived a letter from her son Gran ville, U. S. Navy, stationed in Val lejo, Cali,f. ~l'ling of his meeting Rev. and Mrs. WilMam F. Junkan and daughters in Oak~land. The Ju~uki~, enrou~e to their mi~s- ~onary~ielfl' in Ta~wan, were spe~d dng'several days a~t~,~endseni,p House, prior ~b~ )eaVing~he states. Mrs. Wrigh.t,,,t knowing the Jun- kins would be ~n t,hat area, infor- med her son and his .family so the meeting cculd be arr%nged. Granville and Vhe Jtmkin family enjoyed a drive over the G~lden Ga.te Bridge and a trip to Muir Woods. Granv~,lle and his family were in Vhe process of moving ~o Idaho YMAIs, Ohio at that) time but) the two families be~ore parting ~hor- oug, hly enjoyed doughnuts, ice cream and conversation of reia,ti- yes, friends and places back home. Mr. and Mrs. Letter ~Moler visi- ted Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mitboume in Oharles Town Sunday a~ter- noon. Charles Town Phone 399 [] RUGGED WORK SHOES 8HOE8 Style No. 55 $7.98 Star Brand puts your comfort first, with a soft, springy insole that cumhlons your foot every step of the way. Soft, durable glove leather, lighiwe[ght cork sole. Well constructed and lotted to fit, these are your quality work shoes, at popular price. All,sizes, w|dthm. OTHER WORK SHO . $5.98 to $11.98 Mr. and Mrs. Maury T. Warren of Washington, D. C. brought Mrs. Pa,~l ~V~lls St. home on Thursday after ha~ing spen~ several cl~ys wietax them. While in Washin.g~n Mxs. 'l~i)ls visited an au~t Mrs. Lizzie Svilallwood and an uncle ,Mr. W. T. WlKiar~ of Arlington, Va. Mr. Jaxnes Young and chi]dren Debbie and Jimmie of Ranson were v~sitors wHffl the formers un cle and aun,t Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Boyd an Saturday. Visitors on Sunday a~ the home of Mr. and !Mrs. Bernard O*t were "Mrs. Corneli,a Laye, Mr. and Mrs. Wi,ltim IAn~on and son of Inwood. Mrs. Martin Grimes o~ Chartes Town and her mot)her Mrs. Na~h- aniel Gray, Jr. visited Mrs. Daisy Longbrake and Mrs. Prank Cram- er in PeCersburg, "Md. Sa*urday ev ening and ae_~ompanied by the last ,ter, motored to Frederick on bus- ~ness. "Mr. and Mrs. Natdaaniel Gr, ay vis ited Sunday wf~ernoon width their d~u~hter-in-iaw Mrs. Nwthaniel Gray J~'. and family. Miss Suza~'me Gray a~ended a Pajazna Par*y Sund~ay ni,ght a~ the home of ,Miss JuaniZa Rol,llns in Bake~ton. Miss Jennifer Gray was an overnight guesc Monday of Mr. arid M~. Joseph Ranalli and Sam- ily in iVillv~lle. Master Michael Simons of P~an- son spen,t Uhe weekend w~th his grandl)arenta Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Hook. By Miss Dorothy Lake Gave Stork Shower Mrs. T. W. I:)illow gave a stork shower o~u Sunday afternoon at her in honor of her daugh*er in law Mrs. Dale I:)iilow. Those at- tending were Mrs. Charles Al~pell Mrs. Floyd ~il,ton, Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Charles Gary Dil- low. Mrs. Mack Hooe and Miss ~V~ary Ann DdHow. Cake, soft dr~n.l~s,, potSto Chips and peanuts was served. Mr. and Mrs. T. E, Imke spent Sunday Mr'. a~d ,Mrs. Guy Coffel~ of WinChester, Va. SK/3 Howard Kelican of Bain bridge, Md. and Mrs. Keli,can of Wash~n~on, D. C. visited the for mars paren~t~ Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ton and ,f~mily on Sa,turday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D'Angelo and children Bill Wayne a~nd Judy and Rebecca IAlla motored to Way nesboro, Pa. on S~nday. Mr. and Mrs. ~len 'Myers and children of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend w~k~ Mr. and ~s~ Preston Longerbeam. ,Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Markle of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haines and Chi~ren of Brownsville, Md. visited Mr. and ~Mrs. Henry ~BaHenger on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wiley of Charles Town visited [Mrs. Thelma Wiley on Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. A! Johnson and of Mar~nsburg spen Sunday vdVh Mr. and Mrs. Dewey "Meadowss. Cpl. ~ary Johnson of Cam~ Le Jeune, N. C. and Mrs. Johnson of 'K~bletown were recer~t guests af "Mz~. and Mrs. Letter JOhxmon. Miss Joyce Wiley and Mr. Char ~e~i AleShire of Luray, Va. were recer~t weekend guests of Mr. and /Mrs. Hugh Wiley. .Miss Nancy Keli,can visited ,Mr. and Mrs. Staubs and family of Hall,town on Sunday afternoon. World Wide Communion was observed ,a~ the MillvHle Methodis~ Church on Sunday. a~ the 9:30 a. m. service. Deferred From Last Week " Denny Johnson, scar of Mr. and ,Mrs. Johnson celebrated .l~is third bil~dray on Sund~y af- ternoon wi,bh a ~l~ty on the l~wn of .~heir home. Ice cream, ~ke and soft drinks was served. 1~layed ~ames and had prizes for the ehi,ld ren. I,t was qui,te a ~al,a affair and everyone had a .-~ce Sine. Young Denny received many nice gifts. ~hose a~tending were Oarolyn and SharOn Mar~in, Charlotte John- son, Kevin Milton, ~Vfarl~, V~vian and Joey,l~ana21i, Freddie Morri- so~R, Kay and ~teven W~ley, Willie W~t)ting%on, Darlene and Rudy Rana,tli, Dawn and B~bbie "l~arner and Jeff Oft. Mr. and Mrs. Doug l~nick and daugl~ter Cindy of Marevinsburg, W. Va. visited ~Ir. and Mrs. Moss l~analli on Sunday. ,Mrs. Ruppentha~l and MPS. A~eC McCormick of ~al~imore.Md.. were dinner guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. Ralph Johnson ,and Mrs. Lu- 'l~ l%anaHi on Tuesday. IMr. and Mrs. John Geisler of Ba'Eimore. Md. visited Mr. and ~Mrs. James IA,11.a on Sunday a~ter noon. Miss Joy~e Wiley and Mr. Char los Alesh~re of Luray, Va. ~Per~t Suturduy rdght and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley. Sunday gues~ were Mrs. Augusta Cave a,.'~ Mr. G. T. Murphy of I~able~own. Mr. a~d Mrs. George Helman of 1~ndellstown, Md. visited~,~ Mr. and ~Mrs. Ral,ph Johnson and Mrs. Lu- ia l~andall on Sunday. ,Mr. and ,Mrs. AHred Johnson and daughters of l~ar*insburg and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows Jr. of WasbAng~n, D. C. span* Sun- day wl,~ Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Men daws. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. James Mar*in of Baltimore spent Sunday ~ith ~frs. P~uth Clegg and ,Mr. and Mrs. T. W. ~Wel ty 'and sons. "Miss Brend'a ~Biller of Bolivar spsu~ laxt Monday night with Miss Joyce Gage'by. Donnie Breeden spent bhe week end wish his classmate l~icky Man ueI in ,Harpers Ferry. ,Mrs.'Mary Enable of Reedson vis ited her paren~ Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby 'Sunday. key. ,Sergeant o, nd family of S'hena,ndoah J~an0tion were supper guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Dave Ga- geby and~f~faxaily Monday evening. Rose Ann S,pit)zer ~pent the weekend with her uncle ~nd Runt Mr. and Mrs. ,Kenlet~n Owens ~t, Tablets,, station. ~Mr. Harry ~recden m~d qamity of Summit Po~n~t and ReD. Parson of Shepher.dstown vlsi,tecl ~r. and Mrs. ~Vfarvin Brecden. and ~amily S~t.arday evenil~. weekend vnVh her cl,a~te Miss )Gaff Pel'ucci aL ,2~Zillvi~e. Mrs. ~ff~ry Pot~s is a patient in The Wlncla~ Memorial Hoslatt- al .for. ,re~tmen and 0bserv~t~on. Larry Ambrose, son of Mr. and Cattle mad Calf Sale Friday, Oct- Mrs. Neule Ambrose met ~i,th a ober 16. All cattle and calves to be bad a~iden ~as~ Mond~ay. While weighed in Thursday, Oct. 15. plaYing foot01mll on the school yard ~t the Chaxles Town Jr. High 'School. I-~ has been i~ .the Char let T0~rt Hospial since las~ Tues day morning. He is showing some ~mprovement now bu he has been m a serious condition. He was in jured in his stomav21 and suffered very much for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Dave C, ageby and daughter and Mrs. Harry Oageby and daugt~ter attended The Fred- erick Fair l~iday ni,gl~t. Mrs. Elsie Higgs and "Miss Edna (Harding are working in Byrd's ,pa, cking shed ~his year. Mr. Ernest Breeden and Mr. Jaxaes Breeden of Rans(m visited Mr .and Mrs. ~V~arvin ~reeden and family Sunday. Mrs. Louise Welsh is a patient in the Oh~ries To~n Hospital w~h ~neumonia. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE: 2--A THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, Mamie Waiters Honored At 9th Birthday Party Mamie F. Walters was honored on her nin~th birbhday wi,t)h a birth day party Sunday af~e,r,uoon from 1 un~l 5 ~t the Bardane Commun iity Cen~er. ~he affair was given by her mother, Mary Frances W~l tars an~ her grandmother, Mrs. C. A. Edwards. Those w,ho helped celebmvte were Mr. and Mrs. El- dred Maxkle, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley, daughter IAndia and grand0hildren Timothy and Kel- ley, Mr. Tur, n,a Bradley al)l of Char les Town, Mr. Lee DemolTy of herdstown, Emma and BradCey, Mr. and Mrs. J~hn : nington, son Joe Dan aT1 of .town; Mr. and Mrs. Jack of S~he,n~ndoa~h J~nc~on; Mrs. i,an Deveas and soft Wayne WIr. and Mrs. Drew Burke of liarn~spor*, Md.; Mr. and A. Edwards, Joe Longerbeam,.: and Mrs. Devin Hall, Brewda Beverly Pu,tn~an and Mrs. Thomas of Kearneysvilte; Jc,h,.'l Sull~van of WaShilngton, C. and Mr. Lawrence KerM Four Mile Woods. were ham and mexicans es, cake, o9ok~es, po*a~o chips kles, n~ts, coffee and ice tea. mie rec~ved many useful gifits,~ Argentine financial circles new crisis. f WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 143-J CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ~uden~ ele0te~ recently as class officers ~t Shephercl~wn ,I~i~ ~ are: Grade 12-President: ,Ken.ny W~I deck; Vice- ~residertt, June ~am- l~ourn; Secretyar~, C~rol?n as- :bourn; Treasurer, Dave Lucas. Grade 11 -l~resident, l~cky Crane; ~i~e-laresident, Teddy Nic~tols; 8ecretaxy, Harr~e~ S~an- ~ey; RYeasurev, Pat0ty Parsons; por*er, P~bti Kave. Grade 10-Pres~ier~t, K'a~hryn I~Ad~ller; Vice Presiden, Randy Snyder; Secretary, C-~rolyn Rus- sell; Treasurer, Bonnie Bard; Re- ~aor*er, K,~ren PoVterffield. Grade 9-President, ~arry ~i],ls; ~,ecret~ry and treasurer. Terry ~mxra. Grade 8 -A -'PreMde,n~, Janet Frith; Vice-Pres~dent, Eugene Dar lingO)n; Secretary, William ~ver- ~ar; Treasurer, Nancy Blue; ~er- gean% s~t Arms.. Bobby Hardy. Grade 8-B. Presiden, Pau~ Rain as; Vqce Presidency, J~nn ~trider: Secre~ry, ~ank W~te; Treasurer Ann Trump. Grade 7-A- President, Nancy B~rnet*; Vice laresidee~.t. Shirley I~idwiler; Secretary and tre,vsurer Ale~ IMHew. Grade 7 -B-Oresiden. Daniel MiMer; Vice-~President. Ben (Mi'lier Secretary, Stephen Waller. Women Of Moose Hold Business Meeting Tues. Charles Towrt Chapter number 1028 of t)he Women of the Moose held their regu~lar business meet- ing, Tuesday, September 22 at the "Moose Home. The meet)ing was called to order by Sergor Regent, Mrs. Ma~mie Lancaster at 8 o'~l,ock ,a4ad afar the $ou~f(~Id decora,Mon, m~,tes af exechViCe arld previous meetings Were read by Recorder, Gertrude PraWn, protem~ng for De- vona Simons ,who was absent. An invi~a,bion to attend" Star Recorder Day at Brunswick. Md. Friday, Ootober 16 at 7:30 has been accepted by ~he local chap- tar. A dance will follow the meet- rag. The Convocation of the Wom- en of the Moose wil~ be held in Fairmont. W. Ca. Sunday, Oct. 25 Deputy Grand Regen~t, Marian I~niels of laiedmont wil'l preside. Mrs. Charles N. Dorsey, has accept ed an invi,~altion to the meetang and wi,ll serve on the Hospitality Commi,ttee. Mrs. "Scotty" Prain will ~give a cWlk on t~e CoiIege of Regents. tMrs. G~,lber ProPps, Junior Graduate Reger~t, who served her Cvn,~pter as Sen~or Regent last year wi~h a successful year will re cedve her Green Beame at the Con voe~Aon. The Women of the Moose ~i'll serve the local power company and their wives t~ a dinner-dance on I~c. 17. The Good of the Chapter ~rize was won by Elaine Mahone and She door prize by Teresa JOhnson. The 'meeting adjourned the Oha~er to mee~ again 2Mesday, Oo~ber 13 w~ah Emma Lou Tomb- lin, Mooseheart Ch~airman in ,char ge of fine Ohapter Night Program. _ The quotations of The Blue l~idge IAve~tock Sodas a~ Charles Town Monday, Got, 5, 1959. Recei,pts of cows and *logs mod- erate "~i~h a ,good demand for all azteher' hogs, veal calves. Feature of sale was ,hogs top ,14.85. Prime vexl $37.50. Choice butOaer steers none; good butcher steers 25.00 vo 26.00; Ma~n to mediuxn steers 21.00 to 14.00; choice butcher heifers none GOd butcher heifers 22.00 ,to 23.00 plain ~o medium hei,fers 14.00 to 21.00; ,good bulls 20.00 to 21.70; ~l~ln ,%o medi.ttm bulls 15.00 to 19.- 00; contmereial cows up to 17.00; ubili%y tows 16.00 to 17.00: can- ners ~-td cult~ers 15.50 down: cows by ~he head up to 190.00; stocker and,feeder s~eers up to 25.90; stock hei'fers and bulls by %he head 15'/.00 down; Choice to pro,me calves 34,00 to 37.50; good bu, t~her calves 29.00 'to 33.00; medium butcher calves 21.- 00 .to ~8.00; ~h~n calves 20.00 down heavy ~lves up ,to 27.00; ~lue head grade lambs 21.20; red head grade lambs 19.25; red shoulder grade ~.mbs 17.00; but- cher ewes 3.'50 ,to 4.50; stock ewes per head none; .Good butcher hogs 14.25 to 14.85 medium ,buCaher hogs .13.00 to 14.- 00; heavy butcher hogs 12.50 to 14. 50; butcher sows 9.00 to 11.50; heavy ~eeders and .light bu%cher hogs 1,2.50 to 14.00; sho,wts per hundred 14..50 down; pigs per head 10.00 down; heavy boars up 8.00; s%~gs none; sows and pigs none; stock boars u~ ,to 12.50; Miscella~eous sales start II:00 3 for SI.00 4 for SI.00 I @mm PURE 1 L SELF RISING PANCAKE Ground Daily At Our Mill From Local Corn. FROM " OUR CAGE FACTORY. Graded, Candled and Kept at Proper Temperature to Assure Freshness m LAY MASH, PIG & HOG High in Quality, Low in Price. B Phone 17 Charles Town, W. Va. Get Low All Winter with UJnnm mot Heat All Day and All Night on One Filling! Get Extra Heat fro'm Fuell Start A Fire Once A Yearl * No Clinkers...Less 6mokl Model A favorite for years, this radiant heater is now furthe~/ i~pro~;e~ " with the new "4-Flue Fireb ric,(z" llningl Holds 60;Ibs. of coal . . . heats up to 3 rooms. Only Model 414 WARM MORNING Coal Heaters now evBleble in 8 mod- els -- Radients and Only Cir~latorsl Has same cd~inet de- sign as 617 ... holds 40 Ibs. of coal. See Us Today .,.. Easy Termsl L& !~L I.,ive$~k~ seJes 1:30, F. M. each Monday. &uaual Fall Feeder ........ 4~ a PHONE 162 CitARLES TOWN, W. We Stock Replacement Parts For All Models of Warm Moxning Stoves. , ~#