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KKKSH'H'N IS ORATORICAL CONTKST I )••*?1 1 > College 1* reshmun class hold ;i's oratorical contest in VVoII Hal! Thursday night. The first prize of \v;,s oil i v Robert Kelly, who spi k. “Delaware Colli ge Ath letics." i'he second prize of SU> was won by , vorman Wnde. It;.- -no •t'ol , Stud mil tin Bible." i ■ bird i . wi nt l > t Jor don f 1.. !, whose subject was "Mus'c and I - Influence on College 1-ife." fh judge- of tlu- contest were membi t .1 I he tacuity, dhe men spoke ' o . on \•! audiem e. This is the 1.1 tr dr , |' its kind ever held at tlu ,'ollej.r The prizes were ofTered by the co lore alumni >! 'RRIAbK UCLNSKS la o Me! 110 ugh, ol" Toledo, I )lu i, and A ;:a Mai y l.ea' . ol' Klkton. Sam. ! 1 aii aid .Mary K. Will- 1 . ■ i I', ineinio !■ arnac . 'V.e.-ie Sioppl. of North Hast. at. . lametta 1 'iiihain. of I,cs!ic. Marie \l icr Triad lc and Xma Jlay .*• pi .1 I■li of ('a ow ine'o. ( o!orcd„ .In ' 11 I lain s iif ( onowingo, aid K llai i- . of l 'nlpcpper, \ a Step! ■■ Howard and Ml sic Moore, both of rid ton. 1 >< 1' 1 PERRY VILLE Mi d -111 do 1 os, of Philadel phia tie’ guest nf Jki daughter, Mr .1 ■ t, .1 aeU>oi,. M. Id.. Solesly and sons. 11 K.ut , more. ;-• , 1 Sunday last with Mr. ■). VV in 1. .11 . la.any. Ma ■ . ! ion aid Coe and Miss r , 1: - •es Ur I lie lie'll spending a lew lay- 1 . Winn inn on. Mi I iira Wind is -pending a few lays i K.illiinore. Mr. 00 1 ,'Tii. William i.i-.i. . of Coates, i e. I’a., visited rela in - and fide; d.- e I IV 11 tills wees. flu 1’ r.yville M. If. Sunda. ■••hool will p r 1 their 1 lii'oi en’s day 0 vice Sunday, d a.e i at Hp. 11., Mrs. I'. Kiel;, of Kill! 1 'eiphii., visited relatives in town this week The '1 !i y \ ill 1 High School will hold their 1 ininicneetaent exercises in the Kerrs 'O.l Theatre on i riday ev-m ing, .I. in 1 The graduates are .NV..i Mlizah tl I i aids. Kan; Dempster Owen.-. ■!' Id rryvilie, Ifdward I* • pry ■ lael son. . f I‘rii cipio Muniae.', Mr. i.d M. John if. I.it;.. ai ! children . pent Sunday last at West town. Mis.- V.. ; R. ;n and Mr.-. I . ' ■; Hornin' ' i id To 'sila\ la.-1 in Wilniii v Mi s. M;■ ■ .t 1m ■ and child; en of York K ip ti* few days tie past week ■.. • I .' I■. I esl:e < Iwt.s and I’ami'v M 1 - as* V e ! in -■< u Chi’ ■'■ hia Mr -la i ichrai Mr Wll ■..a Owen It 1, d ' sey. Mi M, lard I islier ai i M , M Cooit Boy.l spent Til' ; d I j. ['hi! idei.i'i I. ■ • ifuii ■ i Miss Annie Mjv s' • -i■: .'•■"i. : i Monday last wat h M : ’ '.a lanlll i 1 ami family. Me It. ■ d T! . „ r . iy Mrs I m! daughter, M 'lr : n ” mere Ml- f'• > • \\v(* n ];■ . • n. • tv • !: PROVIDENCE M f •"■ -'li .1 ‘hn Null ai d daa,uh• tens, <>! PhlladMohr < I';Keen •-pend ii'u Minu* time with Mr. Null’s I’im-ii' - Mi mi’i Mrs. Jacob NmL. Mi ••! '"t.i Kelly enter:ained friends I rum Phd olelph:a and Perryvf??** a few day s ' > t \ Mr and Mi. David Lindsay eatc’. taii.r I -cwral Wilmington friends nvi’i the week end. Mr. Wi liam Hill, who has been -dek i’o!* several weeks. i* abb* to take up his work at the null attain. Mr and Mrs. Jacob Reynolds, of Perryv ille, were Saturday visitors with Mr md Mr- M Wright. Mrs. Joseph Miller and daughter, \ ia, spent a few days’ with her QRADU A T I 0 N I) A Y w. \v. vv. KINGS Are Bracelet Watches Appropriate , vj >, rear! necklaces J. J. Minster & Son ELKTON. ML). CHANDLER s== CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILES Rising Sun Garage Distributors for Cecil County Rising Sun, Maryland M. M. TITTER, Chesapeake City may I • on ~Z‘4 \ -V I -i , , ' v ■■■.':•; > >#/■ T u.- . "" -Mspjs&ff .' -f. , : v V \ \■ . ir--* ' ‘ A :•'* ■*V >■ -4c fmfc %_ ■ & v ■Jr'***' :r 'U‘ - ■: • • ’ . , . ■•*" - c v- < a. ,:v ,i> - v . g * m iy* .. .1^ . r~ r -j, • Are 1 <.u Bcliin d the I imes? I d 1 ’ ■’ '• 1 "I its day. In, lil 1,;,. I 1., give pl.-o .■ I. the f Ir i ■ ■■. ■ I1 , ■ I Ij I I I’ • -e I' O' ’ll' l ' gi'illg place to N njnl in Ille I nil nielli I j 5 * - I ■ - -I' l ' ' l nt -iiglil relief and the.i invnrialdi leave a 'I e‘;l. ■i ■ ■;■ ~ia a 1 line) d . I ' H’ea I nienl seienta- has soiled Ihe eonsl ijial ion priddein llir ' i m.: I. p j "'ll. : "'ilk- 11 enld dy I; w prnieiple, 1 I"-, i I o' lore.iig or irril.i’i. g the s\ stem, it ximpl- ,vo/le. /A. ~m7c. 'This 1' 1 1 ' 1111 ’ tin- m int Inn ttm-1 in the w all- of Ihe ml ' in. - . V,l | ~s . ;! e'l’ii' 1 - ill a.r ... .1 v. , ti. Sipieez • (In fund wade ili.it il pa , . in: i.n ■:!> out ■ ! lie sy stem. I "I 011-1 i |>. 1.1 n d.’e oi-.- 1! I, i|.- Nature nniiilain e i .r..iigh Imwel | c'.' i* ... •ii •: !i in.-si !i 1 n't 1;; ir w,,• !1 i, j Nll i J : • . i 'i '. m ,s m‘ ? . ♦ : . ■ ■ • 1 ■.• 11 • .1 ’ \'t , ~ , |ri|j ~n , t | ( 1 . I ' I .*l* l l I■. . . \ 'is, t j 1 ’ ■ ■ I'd Old Complaint J j KU Ui HAT Off pai'en Mi and .Mr,-. Ilwurt Racine, ■ ■!' i Mi!:s, I’a. Mr. Morn- Wai rhurto:. Is attain aide t l l :• I'l.t after tin attack of (i 1 n . ■ Ihi 11. tr.• !u : A . thu. no\ anying a i ... ■; urn . -aused by .tui kii.jr at; a||o. Some of the w ■ ek end and M i 'ay visitors ;■ I’rovi lei et wei .• M: !• red li.e -* ■: I ..: ■. Mr, ~ .Mrs Wli : a Ka.-se !. f Unlade.(ihia. who vi .'•ii i:; '.la-! a* liia home ol’ Mr. and Mrs. (; .... ew art. Mr. Ralpf Wm. Mart , and a' ii; hut • . f M• ,i.d M - M ' ! ' ■ ■ '■ i dei n, ai |in- home <•: a ml, Mrs. Mat y Thomj son. Ml ■ d Mr- Her.!'- Honan and children .'or. ami Mi- Win, ' ireirif and sun. of '• wail, 1a.., at tm home of their . Mrs. Sarah .Searhorouirh. Mr. d Mrs. Wilkins Elliott and sons and ' Irandmother Elliott, of tiermantown, I'a . 't 'tie home of Air. and Mrs. J a s. •Mae! en/.ie, Mr ;md Mr.-. Stewart S riekland and ''amily at the homo of Mr. and Mr., 1-red Strickland. Miss Marion Siriekiand. of Klktor, was also a }fU"St a; the Strickland home. Mi - , and Mrs. Ernest Mid.ane, of Wi millet.. wen. Sunday caller, at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Ira Scot*. Mr. Thoma- Smith, of Middletown, was a Sunday visitor at hi- sister’s home, Mrs John Brown. Mr and Mrs. Charles Scarborough had with them a few days last week their .-on, Stanley, who has enlisted mi wr.m iclkton makylanu. satuiumy, junk 5. 1920. with the* Marines. IK was In over • . \ ice \vilh the-IKh Dlvi n. \l a birthday parly tfiven in lier 1 fi iend •>n - • rday <■ • n . , Mr. and Mr.-. I reo S’l khu.d ai.iiouneed the enjjfajrenioni • 1 iheii daughter Pearl i Mr. flurry • i-aves. . T Klkton. M • M ! rank .K ler. Mrs ' Hre-ar and Marie called at ■ 1 ■ k”: "!' .M r and M: Min*--* J !• Sunday evening CECILTON •. . ( \ . Hoover was . iii • •■ _■ Su M >1 mi!' Mi" K’-i.- I’niv, ■•! Phd.id.dphia. I ——— — — 1 i Liberty Bond Exchange TEMPORARY Liberty Bonds, which were issued with only a partial number of coupons, may now be exchanged for I ‘ERMANEN'T Lib erty Bonds with the full complement of coupons to maturity attached. When the last coupon attached to a temporary bond has matured you are welcome to bring the bond to this bank and we will obtain a permanent bond for you. Our Hank i- authorized by tin - Treasury I)i'partmi‘iil to conduct thi- •■xchangr I \ CECIL NATIONAL BANK Port Deposit - • Maryland i _________ "fertilizers For General Trucking On Hand and Ready for Delivery At Right Prices WANTED 5000 Bushels Cob Corn 5000 Bushels Wheat Custom Milling in All its Branches Call or write Cecil Milling Company NORTH EAST, ML). -pent -eveial days this week with Miss Laura Price. Mrs. John Manlovc and little tor, of Palliniore, are visiting her sis ter. Mr.-. Piekron Smith. Mi' . H 1. lludd has returned home 'l'm '.i it'ac' her sisters at Kandalia. Mr. 1 avion Smith, id’ Wilmington. i a Su.- tla\ and Monday with his Mi-. W i 'aWMin Willeutts ann sum •L.iii".-. ( f Hulnu. , I’;'., are visiting i ■ p:o‘ 1 . Mr. and Airs. James A. : ■ VV ! '..i i'• . uul 1 1 • Ho'-ie were I'altimorc visitor- M■ 'idav and Tuesday. Mr Harry Lushy, of Hallimore. wI .. .• • i1,.. il’ . ' ..Il l ..ill, .. 1. 4■ . . I Chesapeake City Department * £> Mi and Mrs. John Houck and daughter. Shirley, have been quests 1 1 Vlj nd Mi . (Jeorge Hoik*. Mi.' - Carii, Wright .<f Washing ton, I). is spending: some i ime with her mother, Mrs. Thomas Wright # Mrs. Stanley Steele and children, "i Wilmington, hav< been gin t M*s Joseph Steele M>-. (ieo••.•■( Farm bee. of New York 1 • \ isiting Mrs. Harold Steelo. Mr. I**rank Conrey was a Pbiladel | hia \: ii on Wednesday. Ihe sermon to the graduates was delivered in fin- Presbyterian Church on Sunday by the pastor in charge. Rev. Kenneth foreman, assi ted hy the Rev. M. D. Autter, pastor of the Al. K. ( hureh. Special music was nnir by the choir and Mrs Cuy .Tonn son sane’ a solo. The Sunshine Society will meet with Mrs. Beorge Houck on Monna .* af*<moon June T. at - o’clock. Thi> j will be tin* last meeting until Sep- j tembei . Al ; (Miarles Hughes, who wa if | 11 \ < perated upon in a Baltimore hospital, has returned homo. •Mr. and Mrs. Morton Price spent toe n. Mi -, la in si Mann, who has been i dtin** hei si ?ter, Mrs K. M. Black, has n i.inu-d C* her home in ( umbel - land. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Herford. of Balti more, Mr. \oiand !• illingame, of Phil adelphia. were the Week emf guest* of Ali. W. I. Fillingame. While cranking his machine Mr. Hallas Alanlove sustained a fractured wi i>t on Tuesday evening. Mi". Alexander Wilson, of Wilming ton. pent the week end with his par ent- Mi. and Mr- Alexander Wilson near town. Airs Alfred Smith and Airs, (ieorge Smith attended the fun ral of their cousin in Philadelphia last Wednes day. Air. and Air.-. Robert Murray, of . Philadelphia. Air. and Airs. William Howard and Aliss K. AI. Ferguson, of | Randalia. visited their sisters in town recently. j Airs. Kdgar B Pearce and daugh ter. Alis< Kilith Pearce, of Philadel phia, Mis Hilda Ost rom of Wa j; n. D. f'., an u- it if u Mi. and Mrs 1 , Kric Ostium. Joseph Schaefer (Jroccr 6c Slop C'uiiuJk ANO f>H • M, - General ! 'lerchn;.-.ii- Smoked Meats A So; 1 i ' I BICLOW I ■ )(,' K.- ■Chesapeake Cilv. Vf. Phone No. 20-If i JOHN C. LUPFER ; UNDERTAKER I CHESAPEAKE CITY, MD. Considerate and Prompt Attention Phone 39 j iiov I v I*l’ •-1 \ r I f **-*>*>**><****-******** **-**** | Oldsmobiles =:= Lexingtons I For Ready Delivery | j Clean Up Sale | | OF USED CARS I t Oldsmobile, Overland, Maxwell, Chev I rolet Touring Cars | TIRES AND TUBES-ALL SIZE.S I AJI Ac cessories on Hand | I RALPH h. REES Chesapeake City, Md. I f I t i ESTABLISHED I SGI PHONE NO. 29 V I JOHN M. REED, JR. > S GENERAL MERCHANDISE C S CHESAPEAKE CITY . - - MARYLAND V $ Bungalow Aprons and $ > Bungalow House Dresses $ S Made of First Quality Percales, in a variety of \ t pleasing styles. ’ / r We make these garments and can guarantee r f both material and workmanship. j j Phone or write for samples. v < Price, $2.00 | V ■Minday with i • •!:ti\ trf near Chester low n. Edgar Ellison, who has been l>ai i. i.t in Cnion Hospital, as the re mit of an acident, has returned home. Air .Mamie .1. Walworth and daughter are visiting friends in Cam den an.l ('ape .May, X. J M Hugh W. ( aid well. Master Hugh, Mr., and Mr.-. John M. Reed, Jr., a e in A ..napoli - attending the com taene men: exercises ai the Navel Academy. Midshipman Edwin It. Crave Jr., v receive fits commrs sion as Ensign. Air- Harry Howard will entertain lie Card < Ini, on Thursday afternoon. wedding of Mi,-., Thelma Ser ver ain| Air Edward Verxa, of Red lands. California, will take place in j ihe ( hureh ( ,f th • (>ood Shepherd on \\ edne.-day. June at (1 o'clock, Mr. ( ' erxa and lii- bride will reside at j Redlands. *ln drei ’ hay tvilj he observed in 11 e M. 1., i hm -h mi Sunday evening, ; June il. i Mi * Ruth Nutter will spend the ■ i.tnm r at Wil Iwood. X. J, CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of Charles C. Banks hunt ml Director Chesapeake City, Md. j PHONE 58 Auto Service if Desired l>r. DcJsmir Hmitlierg | IM.XTIST ■•m lime ■: i n OfF ot oveh John Wl, Reeo's Stop* ■ iolieiiiia mime i ui;s via iki. cm , mi.