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Everybody who reads a newspaper, reads these little elassit icd ads just as caiefull\
as they read the first page. If you have a want of any kind, you certainly can satisfy
that want by using one of these little ads. The cost is too loir to think about.
WANTED
WANTED—Place in country as
housekeeper by widow with boy
of 12 years. Address B-27 care of
B27*
WANTED—Brick masons. Immed
iate employment. Apply Canning
Factory, Inwood, W. Ya. B2
/ANTED—First class barber at
once. 510 N. Queen St. B33*
WANTED—College men or any hus
iler desiring clean and healthy
work to earn several hundred dol
lars monthly in exclusive errttory,
write immediately. Indiana Parts
Comany, Eclipse Visor Division,
Richmond, Indiana. B-12*
WANTED—Clerk in grocery store.
Capable of running good delivery.
Address B-30, care Journal.
WANTED Roomers or boarders. Ap
ply 705 W. King. B-32*
WANTED—Position as stenogra- i
pher or office girl, good referen
ce*3. Experienced. Address Box 1
655 B24* I
CLERKS—(men. women) over 17.
for Postal Mail Service. I12u a
month. Examinations June. Ex
perience unnecessary. For freej
particulars of instruction, v- rite
j l^onard, (former Civil Service
examiner) 745 Equitable Bldg.
Washington, D. C. B6*1
WANTED Fifty Christian homes
which will bear careful investiga
tion for fifty homeless children
(mostly small boys) ail of whom
are in good physical condition
and anxiously desiring mother and
father love. OPEN YOl'R HEART
AND HOME TO THESE FI TFREj
CITIZENS OF WEST VIRGINIA
Applications can he secured front)
Miss Kathieene Wei ion. Agent1
State Board c.; Children’s (hoard
ians, Petersburg, W. Va. 112
WANTED APPARTMENT.
Call An rican Fruit Ginve-s,
Win. Phone 405. BS*
SALESMEN WANTED.
AGbNTS—Newest Ford Accessory.
Holds clutch pedal in low gear
when climbing hills. Toe con
trol. 30-day trial. l.ightning
long profit seller. PARKER
MFC. t'ii. .'.07 Lath Ft.. Dayton,1
Ohio B-15*
MAKE $iC0 weeliiy selling our
iOOO mile guaranteed Auto Tires,
direct to car owner tr wholesale.)
Side or Alain line. Capital or ox-:
perience unnecessary. HARRISON
TIRE CO.. Hammond, Ind.* B-13*
AGENTS—Representatives. The ori
ental sex detector. Late-t. Fast-1
est 50c seller out. Sells itself. |
200% commission. Free sample.
Room 30S, 177 X. State St... Chica-j
Bankars-RealEstate-lnsurance want
ed to sell S per cent Cumulative
preferred anti Common Stotck
Kon-aassessablo of W. Va. Corp.
•who are largest exclusive Car
JUfgrs in the C. S. Their produc
tion being on the market for near
ly r.O years. Co. has paid full divi
dends since its inception. The
output averaged 13.000 cars per
year. Sale of Stock allows expan
sion to double present output. This
offer is limited. Liberal Commis
■ion Basis. Write Now giving full
Information in first letter to assure
prompt attention. Address The
STAR CAR & FOUNDRY SALES
CO., 163 W. Washington St., Chi
cago, 111. B-16*
OHIO FARMS.
WRITE for my catalogue of 2001
farms, picked from a list of over •
1,000 in 14 best Counties in Ohio.
Guaranteed worth "very dollar
asked, and as described. Any size,
price, terms you want. H. H. .Mas
ters Farm Agency, Cambridge,
Ohio. B15*
WANTED—Men boarders. 030 Win
Chester Ave. B39*
WANTED—Assistant eeanistre3s.
Good salary. Apply Miss Seneln- i
diver. 3rd floor, 303 W. King St. !
BiO*
SWEET POTATO PLANTS—Our
famous Georgia Porto Rico Yams
set now will produce potatoes of
extra fine eating and keeping
dualities. Plants by express j
3000. $3.50, 5000, $7.50, nrepaid
mail. 500. $1.50, 1000, $2.50. Park- I
er Fanns, Moultrie. Gn. B-13
We taee this means to thank our
kind friends and neighbors who
helped us when my son Lee S. Hite
was injured and died at Aberdeen.
Md , May 31, 1291. and also for the
beautiful floral offerings.
His mother, Mrs. Margaret Hite,
Hedgesville. W. Va.
510 rop pd.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
The undersigned has duly quali
fied as executor of the estate of J.
II. McBride. All persona having
laims against said estate will file
same with the undersigned imme
diately. All persons indebted to
said estate will settle such indebt
edness with the undersigned.
c. f. McBride,
5 27 ltwk Iwk Gerrardetown, W. Va
FOR SALE
i_
FOR SALE—Ford trucks Just over
hauled and repainted. Cheap to
quick buyer. Apply Smith 'X Co.
414H W. King St. B-10
FOR SALE—Corn 75c per bushel a:
the crib at Swan Fond. Geo. W.
D. Folk. R9*
FOR SALE—Complete living, din
ing and bedroom furniture and
kitchen furniture. almost new
good reasons for selling. Call Bell
phone 358 or 339-M. B-7
TC R SALE—Ford cars, roadster and
touring car bed3. Wm. Spears.
Z-6* i
FOR SALE—Maxwell Sedan, in per
feet condition, inquire at 531
Face St. B21*
FOR SALE Coal range with warm
ing thelf Cheap to quick buyer.
. Apply 316 W. Burke St. B-19*
IFOR SALE—Gas stove. Only used
I about 6 mo 123 S. Kentuck>
Ave. B22*
FOR SALE Rainbow Asters. 327
K. Burke St. B29 ;
FOR S\LE—Automobile house
about 12x16. covered three sides
and roof with galvanized iron.
Can be seen at old lumber yard i
near Park’s elevator. Lee M.
Bender. B2fi*
FOR SALE—Horse, work any
where hitched. Cow with 2 calves
Mrs. J. L. Howard, 706 N'. Queen
Ft B25*
FOR SALE -10 shoats. weight 60
or 70 Ihs. Howard Elwood, R F, I
City B-29* |
FOR SALE—8-16 Case Tractor In
good condition, attractive price;
see tne at once. J. Tabb Janpoy.
B33
FOR SALE—Gray reed baby carri
age. 121 S. Raleigh St. B38*
FOR RENT—10 room house at lled
gesville. garden and otitbuiidings.
Apply G. A. Donaldson. Hedges
i.iile. Beil phone 30 F 14. TM1*
FOR RENT—Furnished room. Bath
29 s. College St. B44*
FOR RENT
FOR RC NT - Store rbom on Vir
ginia Avp. Anply 800 Virginia
Avp. HIT*
FOR RENT—From July 1st 3 un
furnished rooms suitHible for light
housekeeping. Also one 1st floor
room. Address 115 East Kins St.
B 34*
t- OR RENT—Garage. West Burke
St., next to Dr. Hedges' Inquire
Fiery’s Shoe Store, Inc. B-31
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms with use of bath. Address
Z-3, care Journal. R-20*
RESORTS.
OCEAN CITY, N. J.
Booming House. “Seaside Best.” !
near beach. Special rates until Aug. I
tst. Address Mrs. R. D. Rcfton,1
Wa\nesboro, Fa . until June 11th. I
A ■ 119
LOST—Gum horse cover Saturday
night between N. Queen and E.
Mole:- .V. e. Finder leave at Far
mors’ Grocery. B2S*
LOST—Black leather handbag at
Farmers’ Picnic, June 2. Return
to 222 W. John Street. B-ll*
LOST—Knitting needle, ( all Win
Chester phone 102-W. Bl*
LOST—Ladies' brown oxford either
on 1 aimers’ picnic ground or on ;
N. Queen St. Finder please call
9-lt Hedgesville or leave at Jour
nal. B •'
LOST—Yellow head necklace. Re
ward if returned to 306 W. Race
St. BIS*
LOST—Brooch, arcen filigree, going
to or in Lutheran church Sunday.
May 29. Reward return to Mabel j
Siler. Bentz'a Jewelry etore. 823* |
LOST—Green felt hat. Reward if
returned to Journal office. B36 ;
LOST—Black pocket book, initia's
VY. V.. Wednesday, between Cush
wa’s Hardware store and Fisher's
jewelry store. Reward return to
Journal office. B42*
LOST—Brooch with small ruby.
Reward. Return to 200 W. Martin
St. B-45*
LI3ERTY BONDS.
Last price
U. S. Liberty 3 VsS . 88.15
do 1st 4s . 87.90
do 2d 4s -•. 86.82
do 1st 4Us .-. 87.70
do 2d 4Us . 87.00
d0 2d 4Us reg . 86.82
do 3d 5Us . 91.50
do 3d 4 U res. 91.34
do 4th 4Us . 87.16
do 4th 4Us reg . 86.92
U. S. Victory 3^8 . 98.40
do 49is . 98.40
do 4%s reg . 98.22
Special Commissioners Sale
OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE
The undersigned Special Commie
,-ioners. by virtue of the authority
vested in them under a decree dat
: ed the 29th day of April, 1921, en
lored by the Circuit Court of Ber
keley County, West Virginia in the
| suit of H. H. Boyd, Administrator,
j vs. Jane Weber, et at., pending in
\ said Court, will sell at public aue
; tion at the front door of the County
I Court House of Berkeley County,
West Virginia on
SATURDAY, JUNE 11TH, 1921
commencing at 2 p. m. the follow
i ins described real estate of which
1 John Winning Murphy died, seized
'and possessed towit; that certain
tract or parcel of real estatee con
taining 92 acres more or less locat
| ed in Hedgesville District, Berke
ley County, West Virginia, and be
ing more particularly described in
I a report of It. Wood, John Zorn
land William Anderson, Commission
ers of I ’it rt i t ion, made on or about
the 15th day of April 1S36 as fol
lows:
"Beginning at the North side of
the road leading from Martineburg
! to Bath, in a line of John Zorn and
| a corner to the heirs of Samuel
| Winning, deceased, thence on the
; middle of said road wiih their line
i north 55 degrees, west 35 poles;
iior.li 42 degrees west 28 poles;
I north 39 degrees west 55 poles;
north 14 degrees west 10 poles to a
iar;;e stone; thence eonth 47 de
grees 45 min. west, 113 poles to
a heap of stones, corner to the heirs
I of Samuel Winning, deceased, and
| in a line of Robert V, Snodgrass; |
thence with his line south 49 rte
[ greeg east 114 poles lo h large
white oak corner lo said Snod
grass, John and Sarah Palmer;
thence with their line south 62 de
grees east 14 poles to a stake cor
ner to William Runner; thence
with his line north 79 degrees oast
82 poles to a black oaK his cor
ner to John Zorn; thence finally1
with his line north 11 degrees west
51 polos to the beginning.”
TERMS OF SALE
One-third of the purchase price
rush on day of sale and the balance
jn two equal Installments due In one
and two years after date, evidenced
! hy the negotiable promissory notes
! of the purchaser bearing interest at
! fi per cent per annum, the title to
j he retained until the deferred pay.
! ments are paid
n. H. ROPtlBR?.
R. H. HO YD,
C. R BRALI/.
Special Commissioners
I hereby certify that bond has
been Riven by D. H. Rodgers, one
of the above named Special Com
missioners. with approved security
in accordance with law and the pro
visions of the decree entered In
the above cause
L. DeW OCR HA ROT
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ber
keley County. West Virginia.
D 20 It wks 4 wks.
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
Berkeley l.umber Co., a Corporation
vs. In Chancery
Joseph Samuel Miller and -
Miller, his wife.
By virtue of the authority vested
i ['tie undersigned commissioner by
a decree of the Circuit Court of
Berkeley County, W. Va„ entered
on the 13th day of May, 1921, in the,
above entitled cause, which decree
among other things provide that
commissioner shall take, stale and
report.
First. All the real estate owned
by the defendants, where situate. Its
description and quantity thereof,
of.
•Second. The liens upon said real
estate, by whom'held their respec
tive amounts and priorities.
Third. Whether said real estate
will in five years rent for a suffi
cient sum to pay off and discharge
said liens and the cost3 of this
suit.
Fourth And such other matters
as any party in interest may re
quire. the same being pertinent, or
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| such other matters as said com
1 miissioner himself may deem perti
nent whether so required or not.
1 have therefore fixed the 10th
day of .Tune, 1921. as the time, at
my olllee in the City ,.f Martinshurg.
W. Ya., as the place, when I will sit
for the purpose of carrying out the
provisions of said decree. w
tliven under ni> hand this 20th
dav of May, 1921
A. i MclNTIRE.
Commissioner n Chancery,
f. 20 Itwk 4wks.
COMMISSIONERS SALE
OF VALUABLE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
The undersigned Special Cominis
sionera. by virtue of the authority
rested in them by a decree entered
bv the Circuit Court of Berkeley
I c ounty, West Virginia, on the lltli
I day of May, 1921. in the chancery
■cause therein pending in which J.
A. Ashton was plaintiff and Robert
! Ashton, et al, were defendants, will
i offer for sale, by public auction at
! the front door of the County Court
House of Berkeley County, AVost
Virginia, commencing at I SO p. in.
op the
11TH DAY OF JUNE, 1921,
^he following described real estate,
situate in Berkeley County, West
Virginia, and known and designated
upon the map or plat of the Berkeley
Heal Estate Company's Addition as
lart No. 4 of Block H. and being the
same real estate which was con
veyed to Nelson Ashton hy H. A.
Armstrong, by deed hearing date
the 22nd day of March, 1909, and
recorded in the Office of Hie Clerk
1 of the County Court of Berkeley
j County. West Virginia. In Deed
1 Book No. 119, page 170
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase money
cash on day of sale, the balance in
two equal payments duo in Rlx
1 months and twdve months from
date of sale, respectively, the pur
chaser to give his noles therefor
with interest from date and the ti
tle to he retained until all the pur
chase money is paid.
A1XEN B. NOI.Tj,
R. H BOYD,
Special Commissioners.
I. I,. DeWltt Gerhardt, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Berkeley Coun
I ty. West Virginia, do hereby certi
fy that It. H. Boyd, ono of the Com
missioners of Sale, has given bond in
accordance with the law find the de
|crce entered jn this cause.
h. DeW. GERHARDT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Berke
l*v County, W. Va
5 20 27—6 3 10
NOTICE TO LIEN HOLDERS.
Berkeley Dumber Co., a Corporation
vs.
Joseph Samuel Miller and ■—■— —
Miller, Ills wife.
* In the Circuit Court of BelekrelO
In the Circuit Court of Berkel<*y
County. W. Va.
To all persons holding liens by
Judgment Or otherwise on the real
estate, or any part thereof, of Jo
I seph Samuel Miller.
In pursuance of a decree of the
Circuit Court of Berkeley County
made in a cause therein pending,
to subject the real estate of said
Joseph Samuel Miller to the satis
faction of the liens thereon, you
are herqjiy required to present, all
clniniR held by you and each of you
against, the said Joseph Samuel Mil
ler, which are liens on his real es
tate, or any part of it, for adjudica
tion to me at my office in the city
of Martinsburg, W. Va., cor rier
Queen and Burke streets, on or be
fore the 11th day of June, 1321.
Given under my hand this 20th
day of May, 1321.
A. C. McINTIRE.
Commissioner in Chancery.
5 20 itwk 4w!m
YOUNG WIFE DIES.
Mrs. Ijydia E. McKee, young wir>
of H. J. McKee, of Capon Brllge,
and daughter of J. T. Funkhouser,
of Star Tannery, Va., died in the
Winchester hospital. She was a
granddaughter of O. P Braithwaito,
of Winchester, and has relatives
here.
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'Tasty Ice Cream
You can order it by phone from places where good ice
cream is sold.
You'll get a delicious dainty for all of you and about the
best tasting Ice Cream you have ever enjoyed.
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I.et the children lia\
lots of it.
I
Cuskey Baking Co.
Martinsburg, W. Va.
BREAD BY WHOLESALE'
IS CHEAPER THERE
Hagerstown fjaker Can*t See
5-Center.
Hagerstown. Md., .Juno It* The
, r, cent loaf of bread n Hagerstown
is remote .according to E. B. Clark,
manager of t!io Caskey Baking Com- j
I pany. this city, commenting upon
| the statement of Secretary of \g
I riculture Wallace, who asserte i
jtnat the n cent loaf should soon be
I isetorcd.
"Of course, a S cent lonf of bread
; mild he put upon the market, hut
j but what would it he?" commented
! Manager Clark. Hagerstown now
‘has as cheap bread in proportion to
I cost of production, as any town in
| I he United States. In New York
'• II cents is charged for a 20-ounce
1 loaf, and Secretary Wallace states
I 1 ii.it the average for (he country is
1 ’0.0 cents per pound. At prevail
ing Hagerstown prices a 21-ounee
,„,f is sold at 10 cents wholesale
| and a 1 I-ounce lonf at fi emits. l?c
tai! prices are from l to 2 cent
.! di. r. It is not likely that all of
the Items entering into bread mak
eg will immediately become cheap
er. and for that reason I regard it 1
! ns unlikely that bread prices will
| coon revert to pre-war prices.
Martinslmrg grocers pay 7 cents
. ion the small loaf of bread and i
majority of them retail it at cost
ATTEND CHURCH CONFERENCE
, Miss Lucy Miller, of Kcarneys
iville. Miss Kilty Btxmdley. of I.ee
! town, and Miss Julia Miller, this
! city, are In Hcrshey. l\*i., attending (
the annual conference or the ,
Churches of the Brethren A num
ber of cars bearing delegates to tlm
i (inference from Virginia and other i
units in this section have been pass-1
mg through the city yesterday and j
today, on their way to Hershey fori
! the conference.
goes for operation
Attorney H. If. Bmmert, aecom
j panied by Mrs. Kmtnerl, went to
1 Baltimore today to be operated up
I on on Saturday by Hr ,1. M. T
i Kinney, at Johns Hopkins Unlver |
i sity Hospital
THE LITTLE G.tEEN
TEA HOUSE
on the River Hill, near the
Bridge.
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA. |
Telephone 18-W.
AUTOMOBILE PARTIES AND
TOURISTS SERVED
The PleRRantest Place
In the Valley to Rest;
Where the Scenery, Air,
And the COOKING IS BEST.
Service
Testing. Re-charging, Refilling
for any battery. We supply a
Gould Battery for any car. |
Magneto, Generator and General
Electric Repair Work.
Showers Bros. Garage
l Winchester Avenue.
■ ■ ■ — -■*
* "
We Use Butter
and Milk in
all Our Cakes
and Pastries
People’s Bakery
151 N. Queen St.
_/

Square
Deai
Battery
“Read the Coal-man chats"
Heat! Heat! cries lire coal
man. That la what our cu»",
mers say who purchase our
large coal at $S. 15 per ton dr
llvered to their homes. They
will burn no other.
“Read the Coal-man chats"
EASTERN COAL &
MINING CO.
Shenandoah Bank Bldg.,
Phone 526-W.
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I ...THE...
Crystal Restaurant
The new management has transformed this popu
lar dining saloon into one of the most inviting
dining rooms in this section. The kitchen is un
der the supervision of a steward with wide exper
ience in tin1 preparation of delicious foods, who
w ill lend his time exclusively to pleasing the pal
ates of the Crystal’s patrons.
FEATURING SEA FOOD
As long as the season permits we will serve
LOBSTERS. SOFT SHELL and HARD SHELty
( RAILS, CRAB CAKES. DEVILED CRABS,
FISH AND OTHER SEA FOOD
in a manner new and pleasing.
'1 A
TODAY’S MENU
This menu will give you an idea of the many ap
petizing foods to he had at t he Crystal. Our menu
is changed daily, giving our patrons a wide var
ietv of foods.
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SPECIALS FOR TODAY
SOUPS
i
V eul Broth Royale and Vegetable.10c
FISH
Fried Gray Bass with Tartar Sauce . .90c
ENTREES
English Brown Beef Stew.i-36c
Chicken Giblets with Wings Fricassee....36c
Calves Brains Breaded with Tomato Sauce — 40e
Hamburger Meat Cakes with Green Peas.40c
French Pot Roast Beef with Green Peas..:.50c
Stuffed Breast of Lamb with Spinach.50c
Virginia Ham and Cabbage.,.50c
Top Sirloin of Beef with Brown Potatoes.50«
Fried Calves Liver with Vegetables.. .50cj
Roast Beef with Brown Gravy...50a
Roast Veal with Dressing. 50c
TO ORDER
Bone Sirloin Steak with Shoestring Potatoes ,70c
T-Bone Steak, Hashed Brown Potatoes.75c
Large Porterhouse Steak, O’Brien Potatoes..90c
Veal or Pork Chops, Hashed Brown Potatoes. .50c
Ribbed Lamb Chops, Club Style.50c.
Spinach Omelette.50cl
Chicken ! ■" Omelette.50c|
SALADS
I
Chicken Salad .
Lobster Salad.
Celery Salad .
Lettuce with Mayonnaise...:.
Fruit Salad with Mayonnaise
Sliced Cucumbers.
Sliced Tomatoes ..
Tomatoes and Lettuce.
Combination Salad.
Green Onions...
Egg Salad with Mayonnaise.
....60c
...,60c;
........ 25c,
20c
..40c
.15c
.20c
.. ...30c
...„,.40c
10c
....40c
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vegetables
Mashed Potatoes..1...*.10c
Green Peas...... .i.j.j./10c
Stewed Cabbage .. .>,.1.,.10c
Stewed Corn .-.. .n.^lOc
Asparagus Tips on Toast and Putter Sauce.. .25c
Stewed Tomatoes . 10c
Baked Beans with Bread and Butter.:.25c
Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce....:.25c
DESSERTS
Custard or Rice Pudding .10c
Strawberry Short Cake With Milk.20c
Strawberry Short Cake with Cream.;.25c
Pie a la Mode....,.20c
Strawberries and Cream.i.20c
Sliced I’ ii mas and Cream.15c
BEVERAGES
Coffee, t ea, Milk. 5c
Cocoa...... . • IOC
You will find our food to be the very freshest
to he had, the preparation of the highest calibre,
and our service quick and satisfactory'.
...THE...
Crystal Restaurant
S North Queen Street.
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