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DEATHS OF THE WEEK
"■■ ip. i i p- i
tier, daughter of l!n la:,' Dr. William
C. Kcrstier, survive - him with throe
you";. .hi ’tiretv o sons and a
datigh i Two bre'h r- and two sis
ters also survive him.
Mr, Bab-i I (. H ath
Tile tom r.I f Alt . Kmma 1.,
Heath • 11 rt Heath, of
Ale,-Ik m Valley, wa- held from their
hoie Sooe w;'l ' mint in
the . K i i "i y \orth East.
i the i rt is Wednesday,
is..l vo. : 'be i ,1.1 ;n 1 IWo
!: . * of Meehai - j
>• - V:,i v M. A i ■,.;11 - i .otjan,
M: Mail'd,- Johnson
’’!.. oha n. who made :
i: ■I o, v. li; family of liras,in |
i n . ; V. ; i;,t on, dleil) on i
lie-; Tt- 'ay nig! . a fed 70 years. •
lii r fom i v,.- ■ i. .i i i Sunday af |
tvrne.ej , wiih i"t n‘ in the Elk- i
.! hn liar ev.
•V,- ora .1 Mar- -y. wife ol: j
i "’m ! y *!>••-! ‘!; ■ }■.■ noai j
Td .! iy. ! Tii till' tf- .
tVrt s • - \ r- ■' i paraiys* j
il:v<l I : . ‘..ml and two ;
sen- ’ 1 1 ■ ■ 11 1!, and Wil- !
dam IJ, i v i■' i ;, ,d. survive her 1
11 ■ ':•■■■; .01 Thin lay, |
with in Ii : t n ihe Friends’ Burial I
tie -tir<l \\ • xotti.’gluun.
.1 ihit S AI enough I
•1,0 1 S, Ml a. o >, di; : at his homo
ill Ox! --I ;' in: 1 ■ l ' a . I \ .aeull, j
, i aem" ■ d - i | ■ was
found ’< ■ o Is i ai his horn--
ruesday lop Hi- fit her. Joshua
Mellon ah, t:-w ■ ■ d I'l years, a tiro
tin i liar,-. A., a 1 a ds ter, Mrs.
Wal ,a T. \', ... -. ■;i \ *.e Ida
Clayton N law rie.
f I:iyt, i \. Iv’ ie a prominent !
tiusines- man, an- vi< ■nr sident ot
the Net ’ no: Da .if <Kferd, Pa.. I
lie I • f ; 111’- a: l;i iron ■ lie re ]
>n Tin sd need 5 years iI - wife, j
'Ole .- !•. A'Mlk.m. a i aether and two j
sister arrive him.
pjipri v |>vr f'A \|
.< i L’ J uii
1 ■ , - W irt- . : M
K|K- ■ if - •i. of A; ianta, (la,, was !
e; Cor ’I O 'ay. !■ '"end,, r 21, at the j
mine h I i da ,n that city. The |
tt,,ei" r e,i ia la A\ i ill War, i
lea -lii-ia ,i - rank •’ I.ieiili lamt. lle >
re -I m,I-, r. ' f, -a, tin- A; my and j
"Hi ll . I;■ i, "IS" a ilO i..e-s in j
\ t ianta.
Lawn i - it a m. of Klkton, is }
spending ilv !.. iida, with hi- fraud- >
par--a : io A a„s|j,. (in.
A e now es was i; iv ell for ;
,Mi s i afysta I , 1,.\ i riday evening
h" lieiiu i 21. I' "h, John mn.
;.\ .M . J ' ■ ' Ml . I tea r W t
iin an I Mi- I’ .- Wit worth, of
I.lis l' 11.
Mr, .and M i K 1 1 i lari, of 1 i.ki m,
have gone to I'aim Beach 1 la., for tin
William U. Evans, for yars .la
'.ion asm t for the Pennsylvania Rail
"i.ul. Newark. is n-.-.v M ist oTii'er I'm
I lie ‘ all, Ti i ' a;al Safe i leposit
Mr . More- - V .Mill, r. of Klkton,
■ti la" 'diday foi Savannah, (hi..
where -'a will spend I hi. winter with
daunliter, AI 11 M. Weaver.
Mr and Mrs. Alfred A. Curtis, of
N ew;; "t laid hist w-ek fo. (’alifornia,
.viii ta the;, will spend the winter.
Mr. )!„i Biles. IE ir.f Sun, is
n jail led i- ■ ,e. en at a Baltimore
I'.i.spi;:' . rin at. a'.' .. for appen
.Mi Je" la ' Idi. a W tile W• k
"ini '■;;. o, limmntiiii frietuis.
Mr. ,a : Mi s. I haHe White and
•Mrs, Ai iii , Wall i -m and .-on, ot
Saybrm-b. ( an. a- , y i-itimu' Mr.-.
While' > rents. Ala, and All Joshua
Miss Id, da d IT.'I 1,0 ret timed
from , ■ ' wii h AL. .E. E. Barrett
an Che. -t rtown
Mr. and M William 11. Alay, ot I
Alcl.oan. Va.. are gue-ts of Klkton
.Mr Addle ( ay. of -lev, Pa.,
is visiting her daughters. Airs. Wil
iam T. Vin.inger and Mrs. Dora
Mr. a d Mr . Roh-rt <d Tlmckery
are spending C'hri. '.him day with
re!; i a i I lover, I lei,
Mr aim Mrs. Keuia a Dunbar, of
Wilmington a guc-'- of Air, Dun
Airs. Goorjre Boyd, of Nottingham.
I’a., who sustained a broken knee-cap
o an r.u'o eolli-ion, near her home
on December Hi, was brought from a
Philadelphia ho pilal on W- dne-'day
to the home of her parents, Air, and
Mrs. Edward (!. Lynch, in Klkton.
Miss Apncs Durham, formerly of
Rising Sun, and Air. Charles Doniphy,
of Wilmington, were married in Ke.i
nott Square Catholic Church Wednes-
day. They will reside at Winder
Mr. ; id Mrs. Peter liartenstine, ot
! ran ij.io Kurnace. are spending ,
Kin -:mns and the holidays with their
uht r. Mrs. Joseph H. Perkins.
Christmas Clmrcli Services
Dl'>• wor.-hip tomorrow. Sunday,
Ml!, vi and T :.'.'i p, m. The ser
■ ~ i.oib . ervives will voice the
tiaanin.'- and the messag of the
anas sea on. Speeiii) Christ
• !■;, Airs. ,1. Herbert Spar
■ a ■- Mr- C It. Kinley. Sunday
ml and Bible class at close of
i.it'i’;' hiin All are cordially
; ; in our Christmas
: m.-i Day 1 ujal a. m , mora
1' I Inly i ommunioa and
I '■ n,o:: -
~ - D • L'f in a. in., Church
"I; 11 . . m., morning prayer and
lion: 7 mi p. tin, evening prayer
I -i st rmon.
i (In Tuesday at 2p. m,, the Church
j -a. -1 eiitei! ainment and festival will
I; -i at tie Parish House.
■v. \---ir' K ,- 1 I pai p m., Holy
I.lßton Aleilioriisl i m roo.ii
| i”iservice- i- the .Methodist Epis
■a! ' h.ireh tomorrow will all lake
j (')ii ist imis characti Thi first snr- j
will he BlJ’-d a m. The ehoit :
| ill - ndt-r ji i-i .1 mu - ic. The pastor I
preach .; Chrirtmas ,-i-rmnn on |
1 1 stibje-t: "Why Visit Bethlehem
■ ; ui?" ’ill.- Sunday school session
Lie afternoon at 2 o'clock will also
•-a* a i in '-i mas piaigram and ex
■ ’-I - an invitation to all its fricnils
to !,e present.
i lie do ing si i-vi-e will lie held in
, e- ng at 7..'10. The church
.1. give a program of t'hrist
ji niu-a- Dr, Alderson will preach
' ’i in ,1- iirney of the Wise Alin.”
j \ -p i E feature of this service will
■lie -1 ere, ; tieou illustrations which
'aid;- the program. These
w 1 I rate the beautiful
. a In. I "'blent Night",
I in -a ,"g- the ilia-irations, will ho
inv, i a ■ 1 --t-l ehorus from the
, an aecemp lie : by the orches
, \ very cordial invitation is ex
| ■ njml i - the warsliiping public
Head ot t hll -1 nun;
'kldi -,-lioe 1 proittplly at 10 o'clock
~ m. \l 10:15 a Christmas service
I'.--! bn |,e!d, consisting of recitations
Ino so:; and a short address by the
■or, lb, John W, Mc.Murray. A
| : rial collection will be taken on that
i for the Near Kiel Relief We
1 dcome till.
The Willing Workers will meet on
-day evening, December 110. at
- home of Air, Thomas Brown. -Ml
neinber., of the church are invited.
STATE'S FARM MUDS
i Twelve important .Maryland crops
. valued at .'fSJ.OdO.OOO, according
-res made public on Wednesday
by the United States Department of
The corn crop leads, with a product
l: ~ of 20.570,000 bushels, valued by
iiu- department at .520,8'.14,000; wheat,
11. HO.OOO bushels, valued at $18,704,-
ooo; Oats, 2,112,000 bushels, $1,478,-
ooi); barley, Pla.OOil bushels, valued at
1-2.000; iye, 402,000 bushels, valued
a; >'721,000; buckwheat, 000,000 hush
-h. I-. valued at $5,814,000; sw;el
ma aloe-, 1 ."Si'i.OOO ba. he!s, valued at
Marylrli-J • il-acco yield is placed
ll.' a- null pountis, valued tit $-8.-
* '1.1)00; h n 7"2,0(10 ions, valued at
MERRY XMAS EVERYBODY
W? Arc Ready, Are You? I
We hi.'.i iiiat wonderful Gibson Art Line of CALENDARS, B00K
! I LS :;:-l < ARDS. GAAIES and BOOKS for the Boys and Girls.
DnLI.S i.!;. yes, and such beautiful dollies can’t help loving them. Nci
r have we forgotten the little Tots and Babies there are some things
I’nr the t- rewn-ups. Novelties in Leather. Indian Sweet Grass Baskets,
a beautiful line of Stationery, Imported Beads.
( 11RI STM AS TREES AND TREE ORNA AIK NTS
lam also dealer for the following: Talking Machines Victrola, Cheney.
En.- rson ami New Comfort. Terms can j' arranged to suit you
/ c^wr ’ Emerson and Okeh
1 Records, Q. R. S. and Ideal
■ Piano Rolls, Latest Hits
■ r . "
THUS. R. FREEMAN
MAIN ST. KLKTON, Ml).
CECIL WHIG. ELK TON MAHALaND SATURDAY DECEMBER 25, 1920
$18,200,000, and wild hay, 9,000 tons.
; valued at $152,000.
According to the department, Mary
I land produced 2,220,000 bushels of
apples, valued by the department at
■'2,597.000; peaches, 897,000 bushels,
1 valued at $1 884.000, and pears, Cd '.,
i 000 bushels, valued at $270,000.
The entire country’s wheal crop is
laced at 787 120 000 bushels, valued
by the department as af December 1. :
In sad inn giving memory i,f uur dear j
husband and father, Grayson L. '
Bennett, whe died four months ago 1
today, December 2i;h.
!i. wo rid may chan; ft in year to I
1 't;i■ friends l'i oni day ‘.o dav.
But neve) shall the -ne \ love d
Kiem memory fade away.
Wife i i D:i ught I
KESOU ilON:; OF IIKSI'KIT
\\heie;‘.s, (led in Hi- wisdom ha- j
seen lit t i remove from our midst our
I" loved Brother. A, I’. Jackson, there
fere la* it
Resolved, That Uebati- e Castle, No.
k Knigh: - - l' tie C-'.tb n Eagle, ex
tend l the 1 er, aved family our heart
felt sytn-.athy in thi- their hour of
■ofis-w and be i; further resolved
that our charter and one chair be
draped for a period of thirty days,
and a copy of these resolutions life
.-'ill to i he family. Also to the county
papers for publication and also to be
j spread upon the minutes of the Castle.
\. 1! LEVERING,
KA I I’ll LEVERING,
I’rineipi-. 1 ritace. Aid, Dee. 20, RI2O. ;
De You Enjoy A our .Meals?
If yon do not enjov your men's your '
lige-t -a i, faulty Eat moderately, j
■specially of meals, ma.-ticale your j
food thoroughly. Let lit hours j
■ apse ': -tween men’ • and take one ot
Chamberlain's Tablets immediately
after supper and you will soon find
your meals tub.- a real pleasure. ad :
The Alethodist Sunday school will j
j ho'J th- i- annual Christmas Cantata 1
•i " l - I . William," in the
town hal! Thursday. December 20, a.- !
7-20 p m. To all who are not mem- ,
i-ers of the Sunday -chool, a small
ndiiii-sion i :' 25 cents will lie charg- j
| i d. Th- proceed.- will !"■ sent to tl;c (
■ Near Ea • Relit f < ummitlee. 'flu I
l antata -i; yea will enjoy it ;e I
well a- help the -r! by cause.
Mi.-- i ara Brown spent' last Sun i
Mr. at 1 Alt Th mas Wilsot.
Mr. ! . 4' Benson, of Baltimore,
|"iit several day this 'week with Dr.
i and A! r.- E. S Boyle.
Air-. 11 R. Cameron, who was op !
, - rated on about, 10 days ago in the I
I I’nion l’i "icstant Inlirnmry in Haiti-I
j dime, a; tin- writing is getting along !
AI rs. Hal vey St e-■ :;g- I Alr-.
Warren Tayl. p m Ale. day in Bal
Mr. E trie Smith, if thi Carnegie
Institute. Pittsburg, Pa., is spending
hi.- Chris mas vacation at his homo.
Mr- C. Ai Kn.ight .-pent Monday ii
Mi.- M.alyn VV5 -t, of Baltimore,
spent last Sunday at her home.
Airs George S, Caldwell, of Phila
delphia. i- spending -uine time with
her mother, Mrs. John Lamm.
Air. William Street, of Philadel
phia, -pent la.-t Sunday with Ali.-s
Air E:\ric Smith and All.-- Irene
Smith -j m lit .Monday in Baltimore.
Dr. and Airs J, B Turner are en
joying Christmas with their daugh
ter in Jer-a-y City, N. .1.
Air. and Air-. AL Acker and Mr. Im-1 -
Acker motored to Baltimore last Sun. \
Air- Marguerite Kidd Ari/.a will !
give ai, organ, recital in the Aletho
dist Church Sunday evening at, 7:20!
li. m. The v-cital will last about one ,
half hour preceding thi n gular Sun- I
day evening service. Rev. Warren (
Burr will hold Christmas service at I
Fitting business to a new
4 price level
\ Our entire stock to go at,
Shoe Safe •
i Beginning cafurilav, Dec I
Illli. until -a, . 1, IPl'l.
j “ |
| Open merv evening until 10 1
' o’d dc
j New stock just u.ipackea
i I. 1. i
: . Next door to ' nci ic in i
4 ■; .0 Saturday. Vou an 1 nil
milled ~ attend these pervious.
Mr. , Mrs. .1 <.i■ n Atkinson aro
spendii l hri dinar with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Hurtle, in lingers
Messrs. < harles and William Cialli
use, of Washington, spoilt Inst Sunday
with Ml Robert Philips.
Me i'iinily Rowland, of Swarth
mer . Bin. i.- .-rending her vacation
a. her home.
Mr.-, i \ ™a.- t'resw I! and Mas let
Kien Cre - we'll wei e guests this wei K
i f M , .1 li. (loading.
M Sarah Atkinson spent several
dav ; i his w >e , w i h M rs. < leoi go "I . 1 •
,n I’en yville
M Mai - ', Brumfield spent Inst
Son dav I’eiTwille with Mrs. to:,
PERK t VILLE
Mi.-, George Ilear-eh has been
j spending ,i few days in Columbia.
Rev. 1 1, W. Hastings will preach
his Christmas sermon on Sunday, He
■ t er 2*!, in I’t rryville M. E. Church.
M \gnes Burrows and Miss
Myrtle Thomp on are spending some
inr i. Bhiladelpliia
’l l. Pi rryville ,\l. K. V o Jay seiioul
will hold their Christmas entertain
ment and treat in Berryviiie M. E.
■W .1 day, 1 lecembet 2!b
Mi - X. . oil Ryjiii ■ pent Friday las
;n Halt ii.e.i...
'i ■ W i I lui a lab■ lip
Ri'\i r, ’ri ; i relatives in town Sat
l a: day la ■’.
| Mi (ieor.."e I’. Rutter spent i- ri
I day bi't in Wilmington,
j Mrs. i a r Weavei ling, of Washing
I ton, visited Mr. M. I’. Cole and fnmili
1 • : W.'iltn -day last
\ vet;. nice < 'hr -: mas entertain ■
meet v. as given by the lower grad, -
of ' ; i’erryi ilie I liigh School on
W'oi l sduy, i 4 ■ 1
• WOOD LAWN
llopewi-:) Sumhiv school will hold
i ■... ;i 4 istma.- eeiertainpient i i
i Hall, Wednesday evening. (lie 2!)th.
.Admission rents. Their will be
two short play- beside music and re.
Mr and Mrs Carroll Tyson, ac
companied Mr. and Mrs C. R. Hibson
of Brineinio Furnace, to Hlenolden.
I’a., Saturday and returned Sunday.
Mr-- .lanies Archibald, Mi ■ Leila
Thor.i| son, accompanied by Mrs.
Floyd Kitner, of Aikin, attended the
funeral of Miss Tillie I. McCauley a',
the home of her sister. Mis. Elmer
MeFadden, of Chadd's Ford. I’a., last
Wcdne day Miss McCaulev was a
membei - f their ela at Tome In-tl-
i 'loan \\ 11 i■ . i 'inils _at
iuMhi ami Sjuvial <'lcaiimr
j I'rln -
9“ 1/ (\fC
O ,/ 4 Uli
'•!• t.’. Suits, 522.."0 to $l!0
Saving $7.30 to S2O
Min's Ovi'iToats. 522-"0 to .*> V.\
Saving $7.30 to $23
.31 • -1! *.- T I*OII.SOTS $4 tO v1 2
Saving $ i to $3
Heavy Mackinaws, $lO to $25
Sheep-Lined Coats, $lO t $25
Leather Coats, S2O to SSO
Mi.'/s Suit.-, $14.50 to $26.50
M n’s Overcoats, $14.50 to $26.50
Men’s Trousers, $2.50 to $5.50
Men’s Shirts, 95c to $1.50
Men’s Overall; , $1.15 to $1.50
Men’s Shoes, $4.50 to $5.50
Special Prices on Everything to
\\< ir for Men and Boys, All
Sizes and All Ages.
MUHIN'S HOI STORE
■ Chh**(>!*k<s • j\v Department I
4 ■'***'•«*-■*■ **"-Mt**s*'***stt+(*iM,&M*
lo (, le will be i,o seiviei b 4 he
Bre-i.y terinii i Sunday, De
4 m.’. i . Re\. oo eth Foreman,
Pe-te; .. -a i g.... will sin ml the holi
uays ■■ itn hi- - mo: her in Montreat,
oil, ( : ~!. ••
B .In mia I,| ... ~(■ n,M F. Hows has
B.i i .... .. 'll. villi.: - obi. - !■: . Noble
■ 14 i Be si I, \iee Gram!,
1 o'or; : 4 .■ me; . , .i ;l: v .
~ . . |; . . |„h,|
I ' ’ ' ' 1 I. Jol W. I
Ban 4 , iVo ..
0 ( ;ldWei 1 1 . .. Brier.
-ob!. ■ ■ .1 ■;l,-p .. • Fv.,
■ \. i . an - A .M .
, 1 . if. , \v. . d f ot
' . 4 >hn M. Reed, Jr.,
Mum; llaroal Si -ele,
1 ■ i i’tol 1 1 ,v ,li on,
Ungli W. Caldwell,
• 4 m 80,1,-belle. Flea-.
’• 1 y n has ret time ! from
V I"- ' . ■: wii 11 b r dan .iiier, Mrs.
,\Me, of i anidi 1 . '.l
■ die.- ' \ d Soei.-tv was enti r
1 VV. H(' 1 :;■ Thura
.1 ' o .he ! ■■til.
Mb ' A an. . - .p, My eel..
.in day, the I Sth
Mr- -mm 1 I 'iiuivFman spent
"td \\ ... In. 1 c-ti a \ in Wilming
-1 > ! 1 T i liiilt-lolitti
'■' ■ '■ nil ■ Siin.tu r . iu.,. had hi
fi 1■ 11 porch rebuilt,
Mr. ai 1 Mrs. Carroll Tyson spent,
i'll da; in V, ilmington,
Mr. C i!. Miller 1 having ins front
j porch rebuilt
Me Artv . Simmer.- visited re!a
j'l' . i - '- W i l lll - nyrti,n from .Saturdax
, '• y 1 iiii 1 . i■;!■ ~f Wilming-
II v. ned M . IF 11. liirk hist week
1 .F. Bayard Miliu - peat Saturday
| 4 I hihidelphia.
ii. J.ublii -I'boi'i gave an enter
| tainment in tin school building Tues
1 day evening,
■he me • of Janes M. E.
' lunch will ha. their entertainment
, 'i’lim ■ ,y ht. i n place of the usual
4 4- alon 1 .bulion v II be gi\ - en for
i" \rm lan orphans.
Ma 1 4 !iia Huyekinek is home for the
• 1 Ini's - r.nis holidays.
■Mr 1 lend*. Buck . ' I two ihildrei .
' i i r Boitil. are \i n big Mr. and
.'•l 4 , William Fogm. - .
Mis i 1 • I :■, of Bhiladet
nr - i w-ek with Mrs.
I.y nn B. (lille- pie.
■I r, i.ml fir.. W . iI Whitman ill
■ "11 ■ ft;ii 1: 1 Im . mas 4 ay. John T Mr
! 1 a.-lii. and other guests
1 Mr Herbert llirzel and son re
turned io then hone in Wilmington
1 on Monday.
Mark Clonadi r,. spun Sunday with
b-- family a, W r i!m:ng - ton.
d humus Hex on, M lia, was a re
1 1 .■. 4 1 4 • .f ~l 1. and .MJame: Me
1 iv if y.
Mr 1 ’!'■ .er I iWens, daughter Rita.
4 ad ,0 Jack attend'd the Honiphy-
Inn Inna wedding
Sluui’d Be inaian.iiu J.
Many physicjatis iielicve that any
■ Me who lias a bad cold should he com
pleti ly isolated prevent other mem
of Hi 1 family and associates from
e-1.1! l- a. tin . ’.a. i.isease. as 1 olds are
4 a- catching as measles. One
Mi.ng - ure the sooner one rids him-
K 41 a eeld the less the danger,
1.! , 4 i will look a good while before
yon f.inl .' better medicine than Chtim
bi Fiui's Cough Remedy to aid you in
curing a cold. ' adv
j Oldsniobiles Fords Lexingtons I
For Innnediate Delivery I
I SKI)A.NS, 1 ivr ami Set n ROADSTERS I
\ TIRES AND TUBES-ALL SIZES |
; All Accessories on Hand |
J RALPH H. SICcS Chesapeake Ci!y, Md. t
i.' ' I
I -'* " "** * *■"' ’■ 9'rnvm** "f
a iv ~ ix • n •
A bi£ Uros) m (hires
Bu\ your mad(‘“to-measur(‘stiil and O ver
coal now and sa\c Fig moncN. Call at ol
sec lit esc colossal banians. \(J \\ ' -
Suits at a reduction.
S4O Suit now S3O $(0 Suit now $45
$45 Suit now $35 SM) Suit now S6O
HUY NOW BEFORE THE CHOICEST FABRICS
ARE SOLD OUT
John M. K( 'o*l. Jr.
CHESAPEAKE CUE MD.
; ‘ ' McCauley, of St.
,' 1 ■ Annapolis,* is spend
■ |■ <I■ <' v. ith his parents, Mr.
•' I ■' i>." ii McCauley.
A hri Maze! has been enter
-1 > r.i '■•ai t and Miss
• iludolph of Klkton.
■ o r. who is a student
"■' 1 "llf.'-t , i arlisle, I’a., is
‘ i "in- Cde with IV v.
held in Mu
’ r i- v iii- lit, IHtcember
■cake ( dy (lloe Club.
■i My. < 'rrilion Or
its-ludinir re j
Consoi will spend
Vi-lsy, V V.
K cish will spend the
her honii- in B.ilti
anic, who had
■•’■ora weeks lied
■ !. Klkton. Tuesday
ilmiranie is survi/ed
■' <i and two children,
a'' ■; also by ,wo
'I lljirry Krat tel,
''lf- Kdwin Stepp,
held in the
11 . i 1 : <lay morninp’ and
■ i ad" Bethel Ceme
CAST O RIA
For Infants and Children
In Use for Over 30 Years
Ki.btateir. of CiaSy&Mg&t.
(,y ‘ vc C. S ip t. haiirticr
*! Al.l k IN
Smok’d Me A Specialty
AC ' vV LOCKS
Chcs ;p:'akt Oty, ivttf,
P* -li No. 20-11
Oyrhs C Banks
Piiner J Director
Chesapeake City, Md.
i PHOM 58
Ats 1 o Ik:i\ice i! kysired
Sir. Delt tar SmUheru
<•> .ulualc I iiiviTsd vof Maryland
Office over ohn M. Reed’s Storv
Cin;HAI'K IKI CITV, >ll>.