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• CECIL M. WHIG.
VOL. 78. NO 17 WEEK’S WEDDINGS Garrett —Dickerson, 0 A very quiet anil oretty wedding was solemnized at St. Margaret's Pro testant Kpiseopal t hutch, Conm-cti cut avenue ami Urunehoft Place, at S;:;o o’clock Saturday afternoon, duly 12, when Miss Hester I'.. Dickerson, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs t . A. Dick erson, of Seat Pleasant. Aid., became the l.ride of Mr. Ralph K. Garrett, "bl est son of Mrs. 1,. .1. Garrett, ot I*,lk ton. Only the immediate families of the bride and hridejrroom were pres ent. The attendants were Miss Chris tie A. Dickerson, sister of the bride, and Mr. Harold H. Garrett. brother of the bridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and woe a dark blue travelling suit and a large blue hat. Mr, ami Mrs. Garrett left for a short trip North, and upon their re turn will make their home in Wash ington. D. C. Jennings—Sice. Miss Teresa Sice, of Port Deposit, and Martin F. Jennings, of Baltimore, were married at - 1 o'clock Monday evening in St. T'< re.-a'.- ( hurch. by Rev. Mills I. McManus The bride was becomingly attired in navy blue silk with hat to match. Miss Mary Sice, sister of the bride was maid of honor and wort- white georgette crepe over while silk, with hat and gloves ,o match. Mr, John Jc nine-. - m of the groom, was best man. After a bounteous supoer served at, the home of the i 1 ide. rtie ha' e left 1 the 7:10 train for Baltimore. They v ill reside at 2 10.A Chelsea Terrace. Fot esf Pat k. tv I n Ihe g - m pur chased a beautiful home and had it furnished in order to start their new life i" their own home. Pine—-Pine. A very pretty wadding took place- Tuesday, July . .win Mi . liar Pine, of Uritigi ton. N J.. 1 1 tune the i brid of Dr. Samuel 11. Pine, of His | ing Sun. The eerctm.nv Was perform ed at 11 a. m in the : ulifidly j decorated parlor of tin- Mans,- of the West Not t in.-ham Pi ■ •' ytv Church Ret A Ilm is Ilalloek i ii c in tjnu Big Jail Delivery Pot about a month Sherill 1 A lister and hi.- deputies have been i searching the country in automobiles i , . # et who 1■; eke I'dk ton jail and are still at largi Ihi aeti of the ring leadet of the little gang in i making good hi- boast that he would escaped so surprised the authorities that they have i •• n trying to keen the affair quiet and it was not until very recently that a few people were in formed the call ■ of tin tty au- j thorities in making ; ight and day auto trips out of town that the affair became known. The jail delivery, accomplished so | successfully, was one of the slickest : that Sheriff McAllister has experiene- j ed in hi- 'long term as an officer. ] James Goodyear, aged 2 s years, alias i Martin, who formerly lived in Wil- j mington. i.- said to have been the lea- j der in the escape. Goodyear, in May ! last, was arrested for thicken steal- | ing, together with his wife. The cou ple were committed to Klkton jail for the; action of the September term of Court. After being in jail le.-- tnan one week, Goodyear and a negro mur derer escaped, but were recaptured in Philadelphia and returned here. Goodyear, when brought back boasted he would get out again, and when he did he would take his wife with him. The Sheriff was on his guard fot many weeks af.erward. but Goodyear in some way made a saw from a knife blade and after all the prisoners were locked In their cells. Goodyear, it is related, sawed off the lock on his cell II" next visited the cell oceu) id hi v. i t'e a 'id -awed the 'ock off 1 ■ : cell door. The man ao' wife next visited three other cells and destroyed the lock-, niea-i' g the voting wit le men into the corridor nl tl e iaii. Ihe prisoners text ■ 1 etl ■ 11 ing into Hie jail yard, which i> sur rounded hy a it loot stone wul!. fhey managed to take their iron beds apart and standing them am m i the wall the men managed tor inn ov- Alter Kttitv i’i ho out ale they We t to the jailer’s kitchen and sawed off die lock leading into the jail yard and relt used Mrs ( owlyi at and the even es< aped. The fi' e ot her pri ma rs w • re waiting trial for highway rot • bery. All were whitt me . under 2o years of age. Y. M. C. A. Conference The first annual eoi fe ■ nee of the Eastern Shore V. M. t A. will he in vi.'- lon tit Drean City, Aid., .'rom 1 rt oay. July is, to Sunday evenii ■ . July 201... The following inure ring program is announced: Chief Topics. Discussion Following Addresses: Boys and the Church -Friday kl.i. Physical and Mnr*l I'rainimr. G. AS. Hraiieii, Saturday A. M Pry Psychology, A. C Robi-i't - Sat urday 2:00. Rural and Community Bet’.eriaent and Educational Needs. Pre-n Alitehci, of Delaware State College Practical Boys’ and Conimu”';y SVoik, Mr Roberts Saturday S-'fin, World-Wide Achievement- William Knowles Cooper, of Washington. Sang Service, John Maylotl. Army Camp Song Leader -Sunday lO'fiO Christian Leadership, by a ea ling Baltimore Pastor, What Eastern Shore Men Can Ho, Fred B Freeman, Lift's Greatest Dividends, William Knowles Cooper. LOCAL JOTTINGS The G. L. ('lull will hold a Sala magundi Social on J. T. Armour’s lawn. Thursday evening, August 1-1 If stormy the next clear evening. Ice cream, cake, candy, peanuts, bananas and lemonade for sale. A fancy table will be ot.e of the interesting features Proceeds for benefit of Ehenezer M. E. Sunday school. Come and help a good cause. The X. L. was pleasantly enter tained at the home of .Miss Mary Triad le Saturday afternoon. The next meeting wil Ihe with Aliss Isabel! Reed. The Ladies’ Aid Society of Union AI. K. Church will meet ui the home ol Air. James Miller Saturday evening, July IP Monday morning as Miss Charlotte M \ 1 ister, daughter of Mr. and Al rs. Willian T. McAllister, of Andora. was driving down the Klkton road, her ear collided head-on with the truck of the Jessup and AL.ore Paper Com pany. The collision ocei ’red on the gradt it frot i of At. Palmer McFad deii's. just south of Singerly Station and was due to t'ue hetivy fog that pre vailed that morning. The front of the touring ear was mashed in, and Miss McAllister received serious injuries to her fare, hack and limbs, bit' vas not critically injured. Several of her !et h were 100-e ,ed, but no • ,-ot.e were broken. While hamll.ai. a revolver :.t hl home in Klkton, Dorian Draper acci dentally discharged the weapon, the btii'et passing through hi- hand. I lev. A P. Pretty man'.- -■ . !-- t Galena, Was en'gi-i one tight last week by thieves, who stole a fine calf that was ieady to be shir-pod to the in: i ket. A ■ • let 111 if on a pistol tinough see : tow bi Iroom, at the home of ( onrad Kalb, on Sunda' i' < r.int. evideutlv failed i: • ptiroosc. | f.s 1 o one was I , the i .ion; at tin- • Pnc. ’1 i v Soei; I j arty of Mar; bird ha | : anad -t;;P' eat didatt : - follows: Governor. \A "... n A J d. atton -■ . ! Haiti ,■: \u. ev Gem 1, Freil- Halh att. ey. of Montgomery I county; Comptrol i : Dr. Arthur Hie-- leg. ih.get wn; Clerk ft he ( ..nr’ A ppi als, ( hi.rlt - U. Tt yh .Haiti deati ol ■- -■ , h Brow!!!'" 1 . ! ire'll, wi I in H„. u- di Gr , t . Ho.s|.ita!. the j jury found a verdict that L own ,-ame to 111.- d tlh hy slal wi i d- it fiicli t [t v Lee • Jarl-., The ae. uc d wa- .- - n itted to jail fi : the .. im id y | Sc (.telpher lOUt t. <el l Lei OV, aged IJ y. -,i ~f \ ( , - tingham. is in a set lit! m ftmn lie result ol a fa,l througlt atn via -w fracturing his skull. AA Pa il Bel.out, iow ii V. M. t'. A. - i- Fronton. N J., has named general secretary for Newark 1 ranch of the Y. M ('. A. orgai i;;i d I las. spring, 1 loin the result of having fun. t 'th extracted. Norman, the eight •ar-oid daugh f Robert W Spi • r, of i.ear Cooperlown. is in a seri - condition, suffering wjtl l.lood | poison. Wash! gtoi Camp No. 07, P. 0. S. of A., will hold an ice cream festival on Monday evening July 21. in the - > t Garden ot North street. Dogs invaded the poultry yard of former County Commissioner Levi E. Pattirsnn. at Blythedale, o-e n.ght la-t week and killed 1 I guineas and IP7 chickens. Flic members of Crouch Chapel Sun day school will hold a festival on the 'awn on Wednesday evening. July If stormy, next clear evening. Everybody welcome. ■A lawn fel", pie social and bake will - h Id at J. C. Van mini's on Thursday '■'en:: .-. July 21. heiu-lk. of the jm provi i ■ ot Flint Hill Cemetery. Kveryi e con c and enjoy a social evening. L. g < leoyge and Rudol.'h Aleekins have bought the biacksi ith shop m L .live street North La-t. from ('hey i" v A', Iloasekieper. ai d V il! lit it up | I a gaeapv. to be .allul the "Square I Deal Garage," To avoid a eollisio; on the I to i du-sa o. ake Gity road I .e-d-y .‘.in i' g thi tom ii v;’ ear . •’ L. L. Phillips was compelled to take the dink.. The ear wa.- . (-rtnri'.ed ai d the orvapnnts thrown nut a: -1 shaken up, hut no o: e was injured. ! - id; y e enii-g of la -1 Weel a*, the non Pi i J e 1 1. Winfield Lewi- gave a hearing to six boys of the Alnrley Alii section, for .whom S ri tendent Casper S Ganett had ■ worn nut warrants for di-uderly conduct about the mill. The evidence showed that stones wv-r thrown either disordi r was common about the Id. iq failed to fix any particular charge on the' hoys. The Justice dis missed them with a warning to keep away from the mi l property and be have themselves. Air. Jess. J.. Lynch l.as resigned his position with the Klkton Banking ami Trust Company and resumed hi- for n ■ r pi -a ion with Mose< A Son. elota o g macpfaetuier-i of Baltimore. Mr AV.ilti i B Pi at*, tc. , ntly :•••! i d f1• n l thl -el \i. e. v 111 I'C wil- 1 "le bank until September 1. when Mr. Lyr n B Gillespie, of Rising Sun. re el ally returned from ovi rseas. will re sume the position he held when called to J-.;- country's service. T n -day night of last week a num i.i ;• -d young men of Pros Idence ail 'd fhomas Simpers from the home of his brothel -in-law, Walter Hancoel . and gat.- him a run through th • ield witb the avowed intention of driving bin i " of the neighborhood, bei-una tie ■ thought tlte communitv would be l.'i'ttt-•' i.fi without him. Mrs, Hancock ivlm Is a sister of Simpers, swore out a warrant for the ringleader, and a ELKTON, MARYLAND. SATURDAY. JULY 19. 1919 hi a l , g was to have been he'd before Police Ju -tiee- IL Winfield Lewis i-ri dey evening, at the Court room. The "white-.'uppers” were there, Mr. and Air-. H tnec-ck wie 'hero, a.: I tin rowd w..s ti.tie, but Simpers failed to : ut in -a ;q . ea ranee, and the net v-' in-sip- m until a later ilat -. The annual outing or picnic of the Presbyterian Sunday school and Church will I e held on next Thursoay at Locust Point on the Elk Ri. i. Baskets should l e sent to the church not In ter than 'J o’clock. The ,'om mitti- ■ in charge earnestly hopes that all the members of the school and ongtegation wil! join In this outing. Congressman J. Charles Linthicum asks the Whig to give notice that he has a number of coast charts which he wants t" distribute amongst those "ho ca■ use the same. There is no charge Anyone wanting a chart should address Hon. J. Charles Lin thir; m, House of Representatives. Washington. I)_ ('. E. AL Smith has a force of men engaged in painting the Havre tie Grace-F’erryvilie vehicular bridge ovc the Susquehanna river Several • ninths will be n mined to complete the work. Tie Jockey Club has granted dates for the autumn meeting at the Havre de Grace racetrack from September 11 to bo. inclusive. Giorge 11 i'oburn. cashier of Perry- N • ■ I! . whi was injured several months ago I y falling from an pptomol ile, has returned front a Balti more hospital, where he underwent o| ol atiop. He will i... la quired to | j ni,-lies I'm- si,nti tin e. <Pi July 21. festival wi!] be held thy ( irU’ Sewing Club oi tin e 'g'iunil ad an r.g the ( raigtowi asc ball ii an md id < raigtown. The same ■ -nng !e ivill ■ a I asehall gap.. I<' wi IV i yvilli' I ( I'iiigt u ' o' i sti.rts at <: o'clock p. m. lit • in ,m. cake and home made candy for ■ao'. ALi-a- wil; i c i’urnishe i. by Jiff i kb purpose- If stormy next fair e \ el.in-,!. Prel J— ph F. Leuthner. principal j- : AA. ,s| N..• • gh Academy, has I dgni .. and Prof F. H .Grim, a - - Dieki oi Coliegi t . j 1 . has ; . leeti i : - 'Hi work ~f remodeling the room • i H. 1. Sin j herd. ,o the coffer of I lain a 1 Quee streets Ri.-in Sun I ised V tile Eil tie I! . I m d Ttu-t (b. for ii branch of their | ■ ’ 1..- : , ■ n I BASEBALL | i lu- H’.’b 1 il ha;f f tin- >e:>nn i;. tlu* j I i-.*lii• Lt auiie ( j L.’ini oii Saturday ! in- IV! ;.>ylvar.ia li. li. t .in ifuwn j et! \v; <iui Iy ;i .'( Ore of* to 0. j Ai Ki k*• •:: the Inm*• team met Neu i ]*'’fill*. Kothrock f.a the visitors and j 1 | l-all. lut the He la ware hoys outplayed ! j Klkton ami won hy si > ov of •' ti, | ; NT".' I a-tie R. H. G, .A, R, ; .A. ila Hag hei. ef 0 1 2 0 0 i Hat ■i.l: 2 b 1 :: 1 ; MeDaniid, , 11 5 i Kern, • ,o o o - cl | Proud, -s o 1 i i) ii i . < ha.-e. 11 0 1:; 0 o i i J i iallagher. If 0 0 I) o 0 1 Rothrock, p i i i r. (i j M bln . i f I 1 2 0 0 I Totals r, S 27 10 2 i Klkton. R, H 0. .A. K | Dunbar, s- 11 1 2 1 ] jPi terson, ef I 0 I 0 0 j I Potts, e o Old ;; o i lb. i.l o 17 o ii !!■ ish, : f 1 o ii o i ! 1 Jai 1.-i :i. ii o ] n o | Alarcus. if I) 0 (i o !; 1 | Slo eker, 2 o 1 2 ' 1 Crowe, i> ii ii o o I Sen, tby inning - i Ed,; 0 li i' o I 2 o n n 1 • \l A, I •. - i I . . . .■_ I ) I O O I I I I f • Caught With Goods '1 . ' afteinoot . whi •• the family ! ef ( eel ■ py!i well out after hue ihi ho .-■ on the Elkt a | Xmth La-t load was raimacked, a | | v.a'.vi: aid other so.al! article- leiny; ! I -ti ei lie Sherill - ulliee was noli- I io d a Deputy Shei iff Lewis A. Seth, i start..i o,v the trail. Near Charles j town lu evert on!; a truck: in which three colored men were riding. The I • ihrei held them up and found the : : : -ty ••• thytr i'.-.-esston Ihe thi'-, mei:, wlin gave the names ol Robert Smith, All ert Miller and James Smith, of Philadelphia, were in ought to Elklor. jtii' to await a hearing. Billion Dollars Saved A.- the direct result of holding up Gte annual appropriation "ills passed ! \ the Democratic Goi.gres. in the i : .-n-g days of the last session, the Republicans upon their accession to power sated the taxpayers of the ei ir.l'-y in actual ett-lt mure than a h'dbon dollars. Representative Frank W Mondell, of Wyoming, majority leader in the House, sum-- this up in a statement in wi.ieh In -ays: “There bus been a s.ivii g of approximately SSOO.OOO.bU) - thi -N great supply bills which v.er pas-ed. compared with the amount- carried by the same bid- a tk v failed in the closing hours of th Sixty-fifth Congress, ami a saving of $4'O,(l00d)00 on the railroad defi ciency t.i.l as compared with the esti mates of the Railroad Administrat on or a total reduction of A 1.270,0(10,0(10. “These savings were in the main on three regular supply hills and the railroad deficiency bill, its follows; ' i my appropriation bill, $:! IJJKIP.OPP. Navy appropriation bill. S211.000.00d; .-undry civil appropriation bill, S 2-17.- 0(10,000; railroad deficiency (below es timates . S 1.70,0(10,000. “In addition ta this extraordinary record of consideration and passage of appropriation 1 ills the Congress has adopted the woman suffrage reso lution, has passed the laylight saving repeal, the bill returning the wires to their owners, and a bill carrying SO.- 000,000 for vocational rehabilitation "I iH-'abled soldiers and sailors, a well as a number of other measures ,-f general or local interest. The Housi has jilso passed the water-power bill “The Committee on Judiciary has reported a measure containing pro visions for the enforcement of war tme and constitutional prohibition, which wii! soon he enacted into law. other legislative committees of the House have beet busily engaged in hearings on measures which will he - or. brought to the attei lion of Con gress, “The record uo to date is all that could have been hoped for or expect ed. The House is well organized for Wi-i- and members ate "earnest anil enthusiastic in their desire to work out the many important problems l-endii g for solution in the best pos 'dl li mam er. The savings of the people's money wa - made in the face ■ f constant elaioonrig•> on the part of S. cietary - ;' AV: i and other iiieni bi -■- of Hu < d.liiia for much larger sums, ii ; their original estimate iron’ ting *,, so,.7oo,ooo.oon," !n The Churches Ilk lon Methodist Kpiseopal Rev. Geo, I'. Jones, D.D., Pastor. I’ll! lie worship. IG:■' oa. in. and 7:' ; b ~ m.. in iha ee ol the pa.-ti.r ('lass ■ P: 1-7 a n - id S , : ■ I tit t 1 ' ck \ci blkt on Presbyterian. Rev ,|..h', AI. Eimoyle, I'm tor Divine worship ioniorroiv. Su. day. at : "M- o; ~-\ lag w o'-idp. S • iir. -,-h. --! ■..! be. : -r' Bi. lu . ■ viti Head of I li ii -1 i:iii ;i. S '. • : Bible Schoo!, lit a. m.; bn uii worship, 10:!,7 a , an n)fompt lyi. Theme, “The Lord's Pi - lot s." Si in .tie: Wilt!, Christian love glows in the i roast, there will be best appii'eia ed the value and importanei' of our Saviour’s admonition “Jud ■ e not, that ye be not judged.’' Trinity Episcopal. Rev. All r. il Li e .lin es. Rector. July Fifth Sunday aftei Trin ity. Jo a. in.. Sunday .-eh.ml: 11 a. in., Alatii -: 7: " j,. p.. E\ et -or.g, Mr. Towers Will Resign it was learned that Chairman Al b.-ri to Towers, of the Public Service Commission, ha.- decided definitely to tv.-ign hi- jMjst as of August 1 to as sume the presidency of the TitleGuur antee and Trust ( ouqiany. Agree ment wa- reached several days ago that Air. Tower.-'and hi- friends would obtain control of the company on th-.' ui i. but there has been some doubt whether Mr, Towers would take ehaige immediately Go-eii.. i HaPrington will select A! I'ntier. ' -tie.-ess,,|. and probably i begin work a- .-eon as Am Fower b..- him of Ins intention to leave. IT;i Governor is expected to have "in.e difficulty in getting i man of adequate ealH-er to take a place on the commission, either as chairman, at sVi.nilp. or as a commissioner, a' 7,00(1, iv he event that he promotes Coniini-.-ioner Reifsr.idei or Oommis ■ nit ' leg ’ io the chairmanship. Men ■ : cnn-iili" aide capacity a d training not crate the.-e plaee ■ ordinarily. Day cm make ill plicate life. and the tenure of six years for a full ■ i. doe- pot I'ompen ite. as a 1 7- t ai- to- m i n the bench d". -. for th ci nniiiralively small salary. ! ;. ing Air, Tiiw- i-' place the • m - i no- will hat the additional dll' b y i,f a. ing aide to give assnra".' e ■ri't 'ie for only about nine months. A'.:, Towers’ term will expire in May. Rijn, wln r, a new Governor will he ii oili; i-. If. a- i- i xpeeteil. the Govei ■ i.or ■.;■ points a Democrat in Mr. Tow i 1.-’ (ilaee. and tlu- next Governor i- - , Re|iulilicaq. Al r. Towers’ o m,.v 1 , di-fdreed next Al: l .' .V eer tainty for only nine months is not much to offer a man big enough for the Public Si it iii Commission, if lie nr.-I ,-nrreniier his private interests. The genera! opinion is that the Gov ernor ttiji look to the Eastern Shore for an appointee, as Mr. Towers hails Cr-n; that section, and Baltimore city now has a commissioner in Air l.egg. while Western Maryland has one in Mr Reifsnider. Gospel Meeting At Rowlandville Arrangements are being made for a tent meeting at Rowlandville. be ginning Sunday. July 20, and con tinuing until Sunday August The meeting will be in charge of Rev. 11. H. Carroll, of Harmony M P. Church, who will be assisted by Ret J. \V. Sutton, of Hopewell M. E. Church; Ret. J. 11. Wilson, of Alotint Pleasant Al. K. Church and other divines. This will he ti community meeting conducted on evangelistic lines. Everybody is cordially invited to come .bring your friends and join in this movement for spiritual uplift. RECENT DEATHS Mrs. Bennett Steele. Airs Ella Conrey Steele, wife of Ben nett Steele, died at her home ■ t'hes tipeake < it\ mi Sunday m. - Bag al’tir ;event! months of acute ibn- --. She is survived hy her husband and one daughti r, Aladeiyn; a!>" hy i tom. Airs. Fhomas t’onrey. .wo -i-. ' <■ i**'i AL William T. Mai tei ami 'di-.-. Elizabeth ( nniev, and oy two bn '.iters. Frank P, and Dr. T. I'. ',-n --r :y Ihe fuller.,, was held m- VA’i-due.-do' :noniim, with interment t Be'hei i emetery. George W. Boiuludle Georg, \\ Bouehi He died about 1 o’c ock Monday morning at *hc hi tne of Mi's. Augustus Bouche'e, on Bo hemia Manor, after a long ilb ess. Air. Bouehelle was the oldest son of the' late John W. Bouehelle, of the Manor, and was sti years of ;ige. He mat ried AH-s Lucy Hayes, who died many years ago since which time In resided with his nephews. He is sur vived by one daughter, Minnie wife of John Al-i-l. if., near Childs, He i also survived hy three sisters. Airs. Joseph H. Steele. AHs. William ( K.-r m i : nj Air-. Joshua L. ( rale, of I he-apeake t itv. The funeral \v;n held Wednesday afternoon, with service- and interment at St. Augustine. Paul T hurlin' Arhuekle. Paul Thurlow Arhuekle died sud denly Saturday night at his home ■ ear • ’berry Hill, aged '1 \aars. He had I o* been in good 1 n*:t 1 1H sirce an ae ■ - i‘‘ at si,-I! -vd al nut a year .ago. when He I eil and iTacliii ed two of |, - nl--.. Saturday eM-ning upon i caching his ‘ i (Iroom, hi w:is taken with a homot ; huge, at d died shot tly • heieaftei Air, tlekli We- a .-on of the late Daniel Arl lekle, am* was born ii Pink d dpi a, AA hilt- a hie. In- fat!,. . n.lived to t'l-eii I'oUIHy. :r j lie ha led lief .... • • At as a rail" av mail c ' I:, his • tn ■ ' - et S’cm Vo i k ..a I AV , ~ .;...■:- ... on the P. nn-yiva,.i . R.ulio;, ! l"-m Av.'.ieh la re' 'red only ai out a year ago Upright and sa!, He w itoptii;:!' ' |; .. i I yum- who km, v him. 1 rat -rnall\ he was a meinner o ' tin Elk to; Alas.,id, Ridge Air. Arbuek.le is su Ivcd by his wife who was AI i - - AI 011 •i- Ho, and -n d urn 'ii. Paid T. Jr lit is also'survived ■y two broth, i-. I'a :oj T.. of (T , v i li- 1 - ai d I'-djt R. A i buekl -, of Wii mington, Del. iHe funeral was held Wediie-day aftei noon, with smaj,.,.. i |; , ].,,, ' esidi . , u d Intel inent al i 'hi ,■ v Ifili ( i n -lery. Mrs. Charles Porter, Mrs Emma Vincent Porter, wife of Charles Porter, of Newark, Del., died Tile.-day morning after an Him -of influenza ai d typhoid fever, aged years She is survived by her hus band and five little children. She w a a sister of Howard S Vincent, of Klkton. Funeral was held Friday afternoon at 2;:a• o’clock: interment in Chris tiana cemetery. Samuel V. Hammond. Samuel Veasey Hammond died Wed nesday of last week at his home at Eik Al i I Is. nf paralysis. Until hi- ils ness In- wa- employed at the Radnor Pull) .Mill in Klkton. He was i'.:! vears of age and is survived by his wife and a large family of grown ehildr -it. rile funeral was held Saturday with int-rment at Cherry Hid cemetery. Augustus A andegiill. Aug imt i- Tiitman. are ! I months old sun of Mr. and Al rs. Wi Ham I lei ry Vamiegrift, died Thursday ut their home in Klkton, of pneumonia fol lowing measles. 1 he funeral was held Saturday, with interment a. Bethel eemiderv Harvest Reporls The past week ha- been bad Weatl i . on hay harvesting and wheat thresh ing Si- h work h;;s been virfailv at a st; .nd.-1 ill, ' A-n . . i.a-: :! . ■■■ imp r.i lively lew iaia i; s have h d : 1 - ;. - .in’.' AA (a : , ha 1 -eel Hie ( ro|A yield hi citriei -. t'.y, the majority of crops running along ."!. out IP hi 12 luishe!, to the acr--. The h-'.’Tu- i yield yet reimrled wa nude i y AA' il lam Holme- on ihe Mai I indole i' iom ,b. Ihe Ninth ih-t rie' tin one field the vic'd was an am rogi of ! I 2 bushels to the acre. Barn Dui ecu The main barn on the farm - i rank li. Williams, in New i a-t V ii imly. Did,, and tenanted hy William 1.. Appleby, was struck by lightning early Sunday morning and totally de stroyed. A large tick of straw in the burn yard adjoining was also de stroyed. Only the heroic effort- of in ighbors and firemen saved thi otln r buildings. Air. Appleby succeeded in getting out bis cattle, but lost a very valuable young stallion; also every bit ..f his harness. Local Marriage Licenses Fred ('. Boutehyard. of I'almouth, V;i . and Franres L, Jones, of Pen \ villi*. Fiore Rapposille atui Rose Barone, both of Perryville. Norman b. Bueiianan, of Fair Hill. a.,d Emma R. Shellendei-. of Provt deuce. Colored P.oss W. Grant and Mary E. Jones I oth of Calvert. jff r n WHOLE NO. 4 000 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mis- Martini -lone- and Edward 'Dnu 1 .-. of the Parsonage. are troth in Lhilt"a' re for th( summer. The for "" r i s i" charge of playgrounds for 1 In! 1 ' cn at ore ul tite ctiy parks, the hit:. • is taking ;t summer course at Iloohins to supplement his I’niversity work, resumed after the alisence of ;i A ■ ■■■ .a military ser\ ice. Mr. and Airs, Joseph 11. Sloan ami daughter. Miss t ornelia, accompan ied Mr. and Mrs. David Sloan, of I’hil adelphia, on a two weeks ,uto tour through the \orth. They left Phila delphia Monday. Miss Rose Molineaux. of Frederick county, j- tlie guest of Mrs. Clarence C. Strickland. IF v. Edwin V Ilinchliffe, of Athol, Alas-., was the truest last week of ’Ms sister, Mi s. .1. Will Perkins. Alls T. Hanson Howell, of Camden, •hi., lias keei. the truest of her sister, A! is. I Imnr 1 1. ( rot hers. Aiiss Mary H. Jamar is spending a collide III' Week, with Alls. Elizaßick etls. at I’i ineel on, \. ,1 Ak Joint T Drown, of Philadel pln; ■ lemlintr some time with re kiti-. and friends in Elklon. Air- William If Flatten and sons ‘ - tt Mrs. Her rj R. intern, in Colling-wood. N. 1 t llii! o! Police George M. Potts ■'pent tist week will) his dantrhter, AI Asa Rinelmrt. at A lisott. Pa. Mi-ses Ala re at ei and Octavia Bell ■ad All - Mildred IVlcvetl. of Balti i-iori , are cm ts of the Mi-ses Brat* •dr.- t >m;.’- 1 1, t rothers 0., Satur '■ y ai lei imon entertained a large is nd e: i| la i' i’r ~nds at her home on Ea.-t Alain si i et. Alfs. t,. I; s j, >( ~; .iiojr ■'■in l .it., at t>"i an (k . Hr. ,1. I, . 11 'ia■ t ,-- 1 , Phiiadel |di:a. -pen: S. day fti.h his |.;r el its, Al' i ■; '■■■':■■ m ha - rei timed ■ | ' ■-.! i Bet vii ■ . !.. 1., a d At emtii * it v. I'-I a H .rr,- a. d Pal la\ and it ...,y with •n■ s. .1 dm i , Spa -kiin. AI - Mi , i ...; latrh, ■' W a.ing tt . i tof Mr. a i M ... A. l). I km,i tills week. A pretty \ • ;■■■■ ■ i A' '■oil in i ian 1 inn It 1 ti n sciay evening of last Week is 1 ■'• k. when M! - Man ha V. k;i< ;• •on '-.id el . f All. anil A11... T. C. kiicy. i U 1 -i A utt i.itriiam. was unit 'd with Air John S. Reykiirn. m \\ iliv.ington, Del., the ■ ' in e p. |.,i m t d ■ \ Rev. A. tin " Aiiss Alary layior, ol ■ . was The s.beautifully derut ated with daisies and evergreen. Immediately ink wine the ceremony a n eeption was held at the home of the bride. Air and Airs. I rank Hutton were riven a rousjn.tr serenade Tuesday evening ot ittst week. Those present well Ale-si-, William Sprn.klc. Geo. sheldon, Russell Cleaver. Air. flood, Alt Warren. Grovet j.iuigi . Birtchell Keithley. John AleDamel, James Van degrifl, Clarence l.yneh, Thomas Mc- Intire. llarty Alclntire, CrawfordEhe!- don. William Leverage, Master Ras ■l - • leaver, Mrs. George Hutton, Mrs. George Sheldon, Mrs. Good, Airs. Warren. Airs, t leaver, Aiisses Alice Hullo. i. Mollie Keithley, Carrie Ale deintire. Cot , Shel doi.. At a late hour they were invited to the (lit:itty room, where refresh ments were served. Air. Edgar P. Noting is entertaining n • live year old son, Edgar I.e Claire Voting, and his aunt, Aiiss Bernice Le • lain l , 'ill of Davenport. lowa. An • i" 1 ■ ■ trip planned through Gi B • Kshires. ai.d Ihi month of Au gust wil l.i -■ •••■! at Nat : te tet.Alass. AI ■ I he. ad IButton. i 11 ■ ' ford 1 ' was a recent ■niest of Elkton G lend-, i 'aplaiti Bratton, who was with :lu i-Varth Division, now on the tv a; hot frot Gerinttny. has 1 een ' ;,1 ;lu Seem d I ti-. ision, v. h.he v . i. nn.:ii ove"sea for some time yet. Ihi • ...a ..tent of Mis, Sara Eeota Kirk ; d All \h t 1 i'v 1 ,of Ris < . .. ■ . id. The ■ mi.ter h tiie late 1 e mas KiG,, ot Rising Sun, while II" ! ■ -puli' . . , imlll is li'.e son of Aii Elmira Byie. and has recently retaiin.il ft wo France. M.-S Eliraketh_ M. (mk. who is in t m y Hospital, Washii.gtoi;. if ('... i eturned after <pentling two wiiks at her home, J;-;-i ■- \ • wi* ino ii. Virginia, Captain Rohert t . Levis, who has recently ret arm d after sen ii.g in i ranee with the noth I , S. Engineers has accepted a position with Curtis and Brother, of Newark, Del. Ah. and All-. Joint franks, of Elk lon, have received word from their soi . Lewis Franks, who has been over sea- for some months, that he was married on June IT. and is now on his way home with his French bride, Ali.-ses Emily Frazer and Calysta Feebly are spending the week with friends at Georgetown, Del. Mr-. .liaison Ferguson, of Philadel phia. i- the guc-t of .Mis, Edward W. Taylor, Air.-. Reginald Constable and daugh ter ate sojourning at Ocean Grove. Mi-s Hattie Terrell is visiting Rev. and Airs. !.. K. Barrett at Chestcrtown. Mrs. Ida Cosden DeSoeio and Mas ter George DeSocio, of Foleroft. Pa, Miss Marie Dougherty, of German town, Pa., and Air, and Mrs. C. C. VanSar.t and Hilda and Walter Good now, of North East, spent Saturday at Red Point, on the Susquehanna.