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■ ict. wiit I. M. ate on the , in F’oco . SSOO, etc. n Thos. Z. groii#d on Consider •om Emmu F. in real estate ration. $lO, etc. ter Dish ami L. Morris ami •oum. Trustee, wamp Land,” more or less, and near the ulbourne Elcc ieration, $llOO. y from Wm. 11. on North iw Hill. slum J. South •eet, in 10, etc. roin .1. , an un lot of if equip machin- he North .oail lead on the I). own. Con tte Ked- . He Id n . oi and, more j side of the from Mt. VVes •d’s Hill, in the Consider- Olivia H. iore or less, District on the unty Hoad leud inge to Mattoponi ion, SIOO, etc. jg from Charlotte t part of the division ind,” Southeast of ncrly called “New ke City. Consider ."KTON . Wharton and n, spent the lioli vent to Wilming accoinpany his •, who has heen 'aylor, left Wed-j in Missouri. >ai con gave a lawn afternoon in honor 'iss Ruth Moore, of * of Wilmington, and of Fairmount, Som .vere guests of Miss ednesday. The young been schoolmates at , Baltimore. ••am ley spent the .ter, Mrs. M. Del. Colonu has returned o friends in Philadel eppard and wife motor- Washington last week, few days with his par 1, Mrs. John W. Shep ones, of Franklin, Va., ys here with his par •lrs. Charles W. Jones, rader, of Berlin, ha., her sister, Mrs. J. W. •yton entertained a num tle friends on his eighth Hudson was home from 1 ’or the holidays, number of our people at baseball games in Snow he Fourth, and continuedj Public Landing or Ocean orence .Marshall returned to Monduy night, after hav t the holidays with her par- Mrs. W. H. Marshall, rkbeth Taylor is visiting i Cape Charles, aniata Bundick and Miss .•antes came home from Balti ■pend the holidays with their >hr Burbage and son have "' Charles, after a Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, .urth with his ;harles. * • Frankford, ♦ at the NEWARK Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davi.- attend -1 the wedding of Miss Pearl Powell ml Mr. Frederick Travers at Ocean ’ity last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tyndale, of Salisbury, spent this week with rel atives here. Miss Dennis, of Pittsville, visited her sister. Mrs. Fred Parker, last week. Mrs. Benjamin Johnson, of Nassa wango, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson, returned homo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hollingsworth. ■ of Selbyville, spent Sunday with Mr. ■ and Mrs. Taylor Dennis. 'j Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and | Mrs. Matthew Taylor visited friends j near Ocean City’ Sunday. Miss Mary Holloway left Monday to attend a summer school in New York. Mr. Caldwell, of Havre de Crave. I has been visiting at the home of Mr. 1 and Mrs. J. L. Mason. Mrs. Lee Warren, of Berlin, spent ■ last week with Mrs. William Hollo way. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Tull were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Price, in Snow Hill. Monday. Mr. Norton Hayward, of Bridge-: ville, Del., visited here this wee!:. Mrs. Crave Patter-on, of Wdming ton, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dennis. Mr. Charles Dennis visited his ,-i.— iter. Mrs. Charles Janney. in Cam , bridge, this week. Mr. and Mr . lioiave Tull and 'di- Mildred Tull -pen Monday with Mr. ami Mr-. William lie: me, in Snow Hill. Mr. Ceorge K. Richardson. of i-ie::- j nodyville, and mother. Mi.-, levin McCabe and Miss ElL.al.oth McCabe. lof Bishop. , visited Mr. and Mrs. | Arthur Smack Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Truitt and Mr-. L. A. Davis, of Indiuntown, visited | Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Richardson Sun-: CALVIN B. TAYLOR. Solicitor. Assignee s Sale OF A Valuable Farm By virtue of the power contained in a mortgage from Tom George Hunt and Ella Hunt, his wife, to Charles A. Watson and Nannie B. Watson, his wife, dated October the fifteenth, nineteen hundred and seven teen, duly recorded among the Land Records of Worcester County, Mary land, in Liber, O. D. C. No. 28, folios 1%. 1!)7. etc., duly assigned to Wil- i liam A. Disharoon by the said mort gagees, said assignment recorded March the first, nineteen hundred and eighteen, the undersigned assignee default having been made, will sell at public auction to the highest hid- 1 der for cash, in front of the Bank of Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company, i in Berlin, Worcester County, Mary : land, SATURDAY, July 23rd, A. D. 1921, AT 2.30 O’CLOCK, P. M. ! all the right, title and estate con- I veyed by said mortgage in and to j all that tract, part of tract or par cel of land situated and lying in the Ninth Election District of Worcester t County, Maryland, adjoining the real estate of Jesse Baker, Edward Ayde lotte, Avery D. Nock, Thomas J. Fassitt. William K. Holland. John Hilary Hudson, Joshua O. McCabe et ah, containing one hundred and ninety acres of land, more or less,> the same being a part of what is j commonly known as the “Postley Farm," and living the same and all the tract, part of tract or parcel of land which was granted and conveyed unto the said Tom Ceorge Hunt by deed from the said Charles A. Wat son and Nannie B. Watson, his wife, of even date with this mortgage, duly recorded among the land records of Worcester County, and being a part of the same tract, part of tract or parcel of land which was granted and conveyed unto the said Charles A. Watson and Nannie It. Watson by deed from John Hilary Hudson and wife dated April the twenty j fifth, A. D., nineteen hundred and eleven, duly recorded among the land records of Worcester Countv, in Liber O. D. C., No. 9, folios 238 and 239, the number of acres conveyed in 1 said deed being two hundred and eleven, more or less, hut the said j Watsons sold off a small piece or par j cel containing twenty one and eighty one hundredths acres of land to ! Joshua (!. McCabe, thus leaving one hundred and ninety acres more or less, conveyed by this mortgage as afore said. reference being made to the i mortgage for a more detailed de scription of the property hereby ad vertised, and for the courses and dis tances of the small piece or parcel sold to the said Joshua (1. McCabe. This mortgage includes the roadway twenty feet wide which runs along the northwesterly side of the land hereby convey d, and adjoining the Pitts farm occupied by Jesse Baker, subject however to a right of way over said roadway reserved by the said John Hilary Hudson in the above mentioned deed from him and his wife to the said Watsons for ingress and egress to ar.d from a parcel of woodland owned by him, the said John Hilary Hudson, containing 1 thirty six and sixty six hundredths 1 acres of land, more or less. Taxes will be paid to January Ist. , 1921. Title papers at the expense of , the purchaser. WILLIAM A. DISHAROON. Assignee. SUSSEX GETTING READY FOR CAMP MEETINGS James Camp, located eight mi e from Georgetown will open on July 30 and continue for 10 days. This is in the western section of Sussex County, and is largely attended by residents of Laurel. Seaford, Mills boro. Dagsboro ami Frankford. The famous Laurel-Bethel camp, located on the State highway be tween Seaford and Laurel, after [ being closed for two years because of improved road work in that sec tion. will be held this year from August 5 to August 27. Laurel- Bethel Camp is one of the largest and most fashionable of all tented spots on the Del-Mar-Viu Peninsula. I’pshur & Upshur. Attorneys-at-Law. Sherriff’s Sale OF A Small Farm Between Showell and Campholltown By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued out of the Circuit Court for Worcester County, Maryland, and to me directed, at the suit of Exchange and Savings Bank of Berlin, Mary land. a corporation, against Thornton Waters ami Eliza Limn, I have levied and taken into possession, all the right, title and interest of the said Thornton Waters in and to the fol lowing real estate, to wit: All that piece or parcel of land situated in the Fifth Election Dis trict of Worcester County. State of Maryland, on the north side of the road leading from Showell to Camp helltown and described as follows: B< ginning at a large -tone at the south east corner of Cyrus Tim mons's land, from aid stone North so degrees east, 1.871- chains to run of Hog Quarter Brunch; by and with run of said branch South 50 degrees east. 2.10 chains to a stob; thence South ."> degrees East, 1.50 chains, to a stob at the north west corner of a lot laid out for the Colored Church ! lot; thence with line of same South 10 degrees west, 4.37 chains to the public road aforesaid; by and with said road I lines, North 68 degrees I west. •'! chains. South 88 degrees west. 6 chains. South 80 degrees west, j:i chains, North 85 degrees west 5 I chains to line of Cyrus Timmons’s I land, by and with line of said Tim | mons's land 3 lines, North 4.87 chains | to a marked maple on line of said Timmons land, thence South 86 de grees East, 7.10 chains to a small stone, thence north 75 degrees east, 7 chains to the beginning, contain ing 8.53 acres, more or less, being the same land conveyed to said Thornton Waters by Ellen H. Bishop and James R. Bishop. Sr., by deed dated March 6th, 1910, recorded among the land records of Worcester j County in Liber O. D. C. No. 32, folio 485 et seep, the same being sub ject to a mortgage due to the Berlin Building and Loan Association of Berlin, Maryland, a corporation, giv en by the said Thornton Waters and Minnie Waters, his wife, dated March 6th, 1919, recorded in Liber O. D. C. No. 32, folio 582 et seq., the amount ' due on said mortgage, as of the day I of sale, being $217.50. 1 And I hereby give notice that on TUESDAY July 12th, A. D. 1921 AT 2.00 O’CLOCK. P. M., , in front of the Atlantic Hotel in Ber lin. Worcester County, Maryland, I ' will offer said real estate for sale, subject to said mortgage, to the high est bidder for cash. LEMUEL W. ON LEY. Sheriff. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court for Worcester County, Maryland letters of Administration on the personal estate of MARY C. SELBY late of Worcester County, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with tht vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or be fore the 27th day of December, 1921. They may otherwise by law lie ex cluded from all benefits of the said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immed iate payment. Given under my hand this 25th day of June, 1921. WILLIAM O. PAYNE. Administrator c. t. a. Test:—ASßl'RY C. RILEY, Register of Wills. State Employment Commission Of Maryland. NOTICE OF FITNESS TESTS The State Employment Commission of Maryland will hold examinations at Annapolis, Baltimore. Cumberland, Frederick and Salisbury, on the dates indicated below, to establish lists of persons eligible for appointment in the following classes of positions in the State Service. The usual annual starting salaries are as in dicated. Tests to be held July 16, 1921. as follows: Senior Statistical Clerk (open and promotional) SIOOO to SI2OO. Junior Statistical Clerk —$840 to $960. Feed Inspector-*-S9OO. Road Inspector —sl2oo to SISOO. Parole Officer S9OO to SI2OO. Civil Engineering Aid (promotional) —s9oa to SIOOO. Assistant Physician (Mental Dis eases)— ifcn to SIBOO. * I ‘''-1 J THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER. SNOW HILL. MARYLAND./ NASSAWANGO , Mr. anil Mrs. Olan Carmean and two children spent Sunday with her l " parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Mat s thews, of near Salisbury. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mounts and son, Eldred. visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Disharoon, of Indiantown. Sunday evening. J Miss Kuth Pennewell has returned r home from Salisbury, after spending , two weeks with her cousin, Mrs. __ I Homer Disharoon. i Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Richardson! .'entertained a number of relatives! 1 1 and friends Monday. I Mrs. C. C. Jones and two children • spent Monday with her parents, Mr. j : and Mrs. I. 11. Pennewell. Miss Eunice Mounds will leave] Tuesday for Wilmington, Del., where' she will attend the summer school. Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Mounds enter- 1 tained a number of relatives and friends at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pusey and chil- L dren, accompanied by Mr .and Mrs.' ( Frank Leake, motored from Chester Saturday, anil spent the week end with relatives here. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C'l irke r spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. ’ and Mrs. Matthew Pusey. i IN MEMORIAM i In loving remembrance of our dear ' father, William 11. Justice, aged 71 years, who departed this life, six I months ago today, January Ith. 15>21. . Our deal father we know suffered. - While others thought you well, . tiud knows your pain was great. And he called you home to dwell. Sleep on. dear father, and take your rest, ' We miss you most, who love you lest; 1 God took you home it was liis will, 1 Mut in our hearts you are living still. ; l ong days and nights he lay in pain, , To wait for cure was all in vain. , Mut (iod Who doetli all thing' best l Did ease his pain and gave him rest, i Hone but not forgotten. 1 —My bis wife and children. | NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC * At a recent meeting the under* J signed carpenters of Snow Hill de ; cided to make a reduction in the 1 . wages of journeymen carpenters to : j fifty cents an hour. This rate be- | I came effective July Ist, 15)21. The . patronage of the public will be ap- : I predated. GEORGE W. TRITTT, of S„ I. K. DL'ER, GEORGE W. BONNEVILLE, WILLIAM J. HENDERSON. , WILLIAM T. HALES, of D.. J. E. DUKE. ( HAS. A. HALES. WM. M. L. BONNEVILLE. ORDER NISI. i In the Matter of the Estate of John I W. Powell of A., deceased, i In the Orphans’ Court for Worcester County, Maryland. June Term, I 1921, to-wit: June nth, 1921. ORDERED this 11th day of June 1 Anno Domini, 1921 by the Orphans' Court of Worcester County, that the , sale of the real estate of John W. Powell of A.. late of Worcester Coun- | ty. deceased, made and reported by j Minnie K. Matthews and Nora C. j Powell, Executrices of said John W. i Powell of A., under a power in his | will contained, he ratified and con firmed. unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the | , 11th day of July Anno Domini, 1921; provided a copy of this order be in- I sorted in some newspaper printed in j Worcester County once in each of j three successive weeks before the j 11th day of July, Anno Domini 1921. i The report states the amount of i sales to be $8700.00. SAM I*EL E. SHOCKLEY, EDWARD 11. MOUNDS. THOMAS J. FASSITT. Judges. ! Test:—ASHURY C. RILEY. Register of Wills. 1 STATON A- WHALEY. Attvs-at-Law j LAND WARRANT i My authority of a Warrant of Re- j survey of Holding and Possession, j dated June 20. 1921, issued out of the ] Land Office of Maryland, at the inst. ! of Lester C. Remson of Mt. Kisco, in ( the State of New York, for certain land in the Second Election District of Worcester county, Maryland, about three miles to the eastward of Tay lor’s Landing, bounded on the north by the waters of Chincoteague May, on the east by the waters of Chincot eague May, on the south by Assa corkin Thoroughfare and commonly known as Men’s Island or Assacorkin Island or Jones’ Island or by what ever other name or names the same may be known or called, 1 hereby give notice that I will attend on said premises Thursday, July 28, 1921, at nine o’clock A. M., and will then and :j there proceed to execute said warrant. W. J. PITTS, ! i Surveyor of Worcester County, Md. ; 1 - ■ - PRESBYTERIAN CHI RCH. ! \ Preaching Sunday morning at 10.30, Sunday School at 11:30. Mrs. C. L. • Vincent, Supt. No evening service. REV. W. S. KREGER, Pastor. ! • - ■■= DR. W. H. RICKETTS Dentist ’ SNOW HILL, MD. I 1 -***. M__ /\. Appointment Of Registration Officers and Judges and Clerks of Election. At the meeting of the Hoard of Election Supervisors held in their | office in the Court House at Snow , Hill, Worcester County, Maryland, I on Tuesday. June 21st, 1921, the fol- I lowing Registration Officers and ! Judges and Clerks of Election were ! appointed to serve during 1921. Any objections to any of these appoint ments must be filed on or before j Tuesday. July 26th. 1921. FIRST DISTRICT, Precinct 1. A to M Roy R. Itrittingham. Democrat, I Registration Judge. Marion P. Lambert son, Republi can. Registration Judge. Wm. A. King. Democrat, Judge. Henry W. I.ambcrtson. Republican. 1 Judge. Carl L. Merrill, Democrat, Clerk. W. C. Lambert -on. Republican, Clerk. FIRST DISTRICT, Precinct 1. N to Z James T. Sexton, Democrat. Regis tration Judge. Frederick \V. C. Quinn, Republi can. Registration Judge. George H. Henderson. Democrat, J udge. C. W. Maddox, Republican. Judge. Edward F. Bowen, Democrat, Clerk. Wallace Vincent, Rep. Clerk. FIRST DISTRICT. Precinct 2. A. to M Frank P. Hratten, Democrat. Reg istration Judge. James P. Mlaine, Jr., Republic in, Registration Judge. Granville Hall, Democrat, Judge. Raymond T. Dixon. Republican, Judge. Allen P. Schoolfield, Republican, Clerk. J. Foster Davis, Democrat, Clerk. FIRST DISTRICT. Precinct 2. N to Z Samuel P. Carey, Democrat. Reg istration Judge. Paul R. Vincent. Republican, Reg -1 istration Judge. Joseph C’. Stevenson, Democrat, ] Judge. Charles S. Day, Republican, Judge. F. G. Crockett, Democrat, Clerk. E. W. Polk, Republican. Clerk. SECOND DISTRICT. A to M J. O. Byrd, Democrat, Registration : Judge. E. T. Warner, Republican. Regis tration Judge. Cleveland H. Hailey, Democrat, I Judge. W. H. Petitt. Republican, Judge. Harry C. Bradford, Democrat, Clerk. W. M. Hearne, Republican, Clerk, SECOND DISTRICT X to Z E. H. Guthrie, Democrat, Regis ' t rat ion Judge. R. H. Davis, Republican, Regis ; t rat ion Judge. Jas. E. Wimbrough. Republican, j Judge. E. G. Cooper, Democrat, Judge. Jester G. Stanford, Republican, | Clerk. M. T. Truitt. Jr., Democrat, Clerk, i THIRD DISTRICT. Precinct 1. A to M Norman M. Peters, Democrat. Reg ! istration Judge. Garfield Johnson, Republican. Reg | istration Judge. James P. Holloway, Republican, | Judge. W. Lee Davis, Democrat, Clerk. Clinton Jarman, Democrat, Clerk. Murrav Oltman, Republican. Clerk. DISTRICT 3, Precinct 1. N to Z Harry W. Taylor, Democrat, Reg j ist rat ion Judge. J. E. Williams, Republican, Reg ! istration Judge. Chas. 11. Powell. Democrat. Judge. Edward Scott, Republican, Judge. Walter Coe, Republican, Clerk, i Walter P. West, Democrat, Clerk. THIRD DISTRICT. Precinct 2. I. S. Mumford. Democrat. Reg ! istration Judge. H. H. Richardson, Republican, ! Registration Judge. Daniel Trim per, Jr., Republican. Judge. James 11. Mumford. Democrat, I Judge. E. P. Calhoun, Democrat. Clerk. J. M. Mumford, Republican, Clerk. FOURTH DISTRICT F. E. Collins, Democrat, Registra tion Judge. J. M. Powell, Republican, Regis tration Judge. Marion C. Johnson, Republican, Judge. Walter I). Mowen. Democrat, Judge. Charles W. Mumford, Republican, Clerk. Luther J. Mowen, Democrat, Clerk. FIFTH DISTRICT E. A. Collins, Democrat, Registra tion Judge. Harry P. Law, Republican. Reg istration Judge. Handy I.atchum, Republican. Judge, j Judge. C. R. Cropper, Democrat, Judge. , Jas. L. Ryan, Democrat, Clerk. J. H. Hudson, Republican. Clerk. I SIXTH DISTRICT. W. S. Carmean. Democrat, Regis tration Judge. C. R. Parsons, Republican, Regis tration Judge. Wm. M. Sirman, Democrat, Judge. Handy Truitt, Republican. Judge. W. V. Parsons, Democrat, Clerk. W. K. Truitt, Republican. Clerk. SEVENTH DISTRICT A. P. Shockley, Democrat, Regis- j tration Judge. W. J. Mounds, Republican, Regis tration Judge. N. J. Pusey, Democrat, Judge. E. M. Conley, Republican. Judge. Wm. F. Carey, Democrat, Clerk. Aubrey . R. Hottenstein. Republi can, Clerk. ! EIGHTH DISTRICT, Precinct 1. i Phillip 11. Payton, Democrat. Reg istration Judge. Leon Clifton. Republican, Regis tration Judge. William H. .Marshall, Republican, j Judge. James W. Pruitt, Democrat, Judge. W. C. Mrandon, Republican, Clerk. James M. Besson, Democrat, Clerk. EIGHTH DISTRICT, Precinct 2. C. J. Mowen, Republican, Registra tion Judge. Charles E. Onley, Democrat, Reg istration Judge. Aaron Hudson, Democrat, Judge. T. 11. Smack, Republican, Judge. Granville Jones, Democrat, Clerk. Robert E. Hickman, Republican. Clerk. NINTH DISTRICT A to M Harry T. Davidson. Democfnt, Registration Judge. Milton M. Dale, Republican, Reg istration Judge. John H. Gillis, Democrat, Judge. H. W. Hastings, Republican. Judge. Thos. A. Carey, Jr„ Democrat, Clerk. M. W. Powell, Republican, Clerk. NINTH DISTRICT N to Z Daniel W. Mabcock. Democrat, Reg istration Judge. Calvin H. Evans, Republican, Reg istration Judge. Wm. J. Burbage, Democrat, Judge. Frank E. Konetzka. Republican. Judge. Thos. Dale. Democrat, Clerk. J. H. Townsend, Republican. Clerk. , WELL. THAT’S EXPLAINED. Though we don’t know hut that rel- ; ativity is as easy to “understand" as Newton’s law of gravity. You don't understand gravity; you just accept it. " SUMMER TIME IS HERE! And we offer these very seasonable hints: Colored dress linens are particularly good this season. They wear well and launder well. We have them in the best shades, and the prices are reasonable, too. Voiles in plain colors and figures. Organdies, sheer and dainty. White Goods of all kinds and for all purposes. Taffetas. Crepe de Chines and Satin Crepes for the more dressy occasions. Ladies’ Nainsook and Silk Underwear. Beautiful Collars and Cuffs. Silk and Lisle Hosiery of the better kinds. Gossard, Bon-Ton, and Royal Worcester Corsets. They please the most particular. Trunks and Travelling Bags. Good ones. M.T. Hargis & Co. Snow Hill, Md. Hot Weather! Yes, and hot weather demands different foods from cold weather. Jones is prepared for all kinds of weather — hot or cold. All kinds of Fresh Meats. All kinds of Canned Goods. All kinds of Bread and Cakes. All kinds of Fruits and Vegetables. All that’s fit to eat, at E. M. JONES SNOW HILL, MARYLAND JULY 9, 1921 Farms For Rent. For Kent—For 1922. the following described farms, “Oliver Jones Farm." where W. T. Stevens now lives, near McMaster’s School House, about . mile from the State road leading from Pocomoke City to the Virginia line, and about lij miles from Pocomoke City, Mil. This farm contains 90 acres clear ed land, a good part of which is good trucking land with an abundance of resources. Dwelling house and out buildings in good condition. Also the “Wm. J. Scarborough Farm,” where <ieo. C. Moore now re sides, near Box Iron, Worcester County, Md. Farm contains about 100 acres of cleared land, most of which is tine trucking land, together with plenty of resources. Also contains 100 acres marsh pasture. Dwelling house and outbuildings in good condition. For further information applv to .1. S. (JORDY. Pocomoke City. Md. I Phone 252. Pupil Nurses The Sheppard and Knoch Pratt Hospital Training School for Nurses offers a three years course, one and one-half j years of this time in an affiliat ing general hospital. During 1 this period of training, pupil nurses will receive full main tenance—room, board, laundry —in addition to salary For further information, address Superintendent of' Nurses, SHKITAKD AND KNOCH PRATT HOSPITAL Low son, Baltimore. Md.