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iiiiiiiiiiHiiimiiiiMimmimiiimiHmiiiiMiimiiiiiiimiimiHiiiimiimimiMiiiiiiiiit | I 1921 1921 I ! FALL I | OPENING | | Thursday, Friday and | I Saturday | 1 September 15, 16, 17 | A Display of New Autumn Fashions 1 1 Suits j | Coats | 1 Dresses | | Millinery) 1 DRESS GOODS AND I 1 TRIMMINGS I I You are cordially invited to attend I HiiiiiiimimimiuiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiMimiiiiiimiitiiiiiimiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiHi —~ . ■ * i 1 Do You Want a Share . YY hen we built our big Eire and Burg lar Proof Vault to protect our own valuable papers and records,we made it large enough to protect yours, too. No one can afford to have their valu able papers stolen or destroyed: and yet we Know a good many who keep them at home without anv protection at all. You will enjoy knowing that you-in surance papen;, deeds, contracts, bonds etc, are all properly stored in your own private box. The cost is small but the satisfaction is big. Better do it right away. POCOMOKE CITY NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve System POCOMOKE CITY, .VII). JUU The Only Rank in the County pHjj with $1,000,01)0 Resources [.JC FRANCIS M. WILSON JOHN W. ENNIS Cashier |1 ym il®V 11 To Secure the Best Results from Advertising USE THE BEST MEDIUM The Democratic Messenger THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER. SNOW HIU.. MARYLAND. Latest Happenin Mr.-. Alfred Strickland and -on. of \\ ilntingtou. are quests of her mother. Mr-. Nora .lone-. Mr.-. Maggie Fassett i- the guest j of Mr. and Mr-. Howard Taylor. Mr. and Mrs Mr twin Solhy and I Mr. ;.i:d Mr.-. /. .1. Selby -pent Sun ; day at the home of tho latter's : daughter. Mrs. Raymond Hounds, of ; llerlin. ; Mr. and Mr-. I' ,u! Wat.on anil son. : of Victoiia. Yu.. Mi. and Mrs. I’icrer l'V.;t-ou and on. of New A' <. ik. and ! Mr-. T. 11. Jones and children, of ; I’hiladelphia. who liave heon vi itinir : their parents. Mr. and Mrs. < ('. | Wat-on, have returned home. Mi-- (irace Stanford, of Tow .-on, i•- visiting at the homo of her fatho | Mr. .1. .1. Stanford. ; Mr. and Mr.-. M. I White enter j taii.ed Sunday hei parents, Mr. and Mr.-. J. W. Clarke, of \a.--uwaiigo, Mr. and Mrs. John t'laike and i children and Mr and Mi Frank 1 lai ko and drop-.ter, of neai I'oco nioke. Mi>. li■ • --11 Join i \i.-il ng her sister. Mr.-. Iluncan Don inner, at : I Hack. Md. lamily Scarborough, who has heon vi-iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Ardis. of llrcenhurkv jllc, ha : returned home. : Rev am: Mr.-. I>. I!. I‘rottyman and, : -on. ■. i o have Teen .-pending their • ai uon ~i lay loi \- Island and other ; |-u ci -. I.avi oti rned home. I Ml. ale M' . .lo'n Heidi r In ell i .initig Mr. and Mrs. Ilobi rt : ■ “hart and .'I i. Kdn ard Vand.vne. of I New Jersey. j ’ l l el l Mrs. H ; \\ . I’dchanl am daughtc . I.ois. -pent I last week in Itelmai and Salisbury. ! \\ ii, ■ away M i . I'dcliard laid the I tonsils and adenoid- of her little > daughtc. removed. : Me.-.-i.-. William Youlton and Kin it I Chadwick. of I'hiludelphia, were ; v. e-l- la.-t week of Mi.-- Annie Sony, j Mi.-.- Sony -upeiint mi an orphanage ; m i'l i...i i |.l ia. ami tin -e orphan : noy have II li'iiie .mealed to her. j. . I'. < . 1 . la: an ami ellihliell • ha e returned I roc: an extended \i.-it ! to Mrs. Adams, of near Haltimore, and ! relatives in Salisbury ami llerlin. ■ Mr.-. S. T. I’ruitt entertained over | ti v.ei k end her niece.-. Mi.-.-e.- Ruth | ami Kdna Jones, of I'ocomoke. : Mis. \. I. iarr and Mrs. I. 11. ■ . mack -pent a part id last week with • Mi,-. Smack - sister. Mr.-. *I. urge j )•!'*. ley . at Chinrotcugue. | ' n. an.ClHasting.- am dangh ; lei. Kill,ici’. id lichnar. were guesl- J '• i.'i mother. Mr.-. .Moilie Riley. am. K. T. i null entertained the Ka lies' An. m ti e Methodist Church I a■•siiay tn ning. '•ii.-. i. ii. <iiiam ha.- i eta rned Iron, a month'.- \ i.-it to her children. Mrs. Uni.. Rrimer. Mrs. Sidney Smack, ami Mr. I. W. (liilliii. at Hon Iron. Mi - Kdith Kilnion, who has been visiting her -t.-ler. .Mr.-. Charlie Jus tice. at Cniey \ a., has leturneil home. Mis.- Clara Keister. of Loretta, .Mil., i- visiting In i ,-ister. Mr.-. Howard Taylor, Jr. Miss Kiizaheth Johnson and grand mollier. Mr.-. Roheit .lohn.-on. have been \ i -it iny; at the home of her daughter, Mi -. Win. Watson, at Nor folk. Va. Mrs. Joel (ionly and son. Richard, oi Acconia.. and Miss Nellie Redden, ot low.-on. Mil., are vi.-iting at the home of their tousin, Mrs. Krank Richardson. 'i. Raymond Reachhoanl, of Onan cock. wa- a recent v isitor at the home of hi- parent-. Mr. and .Mrs. Kdward Reach hoard. Mrs. Roheit Rowell and son, of h ranklin City, vi.-ited her patents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hudson, last week. •>lr. Ira Redden, of Towson, who has been visiting his father, Mr. W. I. Redden, htts i eta rued to re.-ume his work. Mrs. Holmes, m I'hiludelphia, is vi.-iting her parent.-, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Watson. Miss I,ou Mills, ol Rriucess Anne, is visiting hei cousin, Mrs. J. S. Scar borough. Ur. l.uther McKee and family, of Wilmington, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Heauchainp, of near town. I)r. (ieorge Truitt and wife, of ; Haltimore, visited last week at the ! home of his uncle, Mr. John Truitt. Mr. C. S. Rilchard, of Rhiladelphia, spent the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Cora Rilcharii. Mies Kalcila Watson ha.- returned from a visit to her uncle. Rev. Raul Watson, at Victoria, Va. Mrs. Tanncy Murray, who ha.- been visiting relatives at llerlin, ha.- re turned home. .Mis. Mary Sturgis has returned from an extended visit to her cousins, Mi- e t athtline and Eva Rrimer. Mrs. Hartley Jones and children, ot Hampton, Va., have been gue-ts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. T. Jones. >ii>. R. W. M-aritorough bus re turned from a two weeks’ visit to her son, Mr. Harold Scarborough, at An i napolis. j Miss fiertrude Tilghmun, of Snow gs in Girdletree. Hill, who has be*ll \i iting I'olative* in town, has rot in noil homo. Mi.v- Annie Outon, of Pooomoke, sjiont the wook oml with her pari nts. Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Outten. Mr.-. Marry Custis uml son, of I’rin cess Anno, woro > isitors last wook at tho homo of hor father. Mr. Josso Stanfonl. Mr. ami Mr.-. Wilson ('nttingliuiu ami son. of Snow Mill, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Kmnia ISowen. Mr. Hughey Truitt, of Ualtimore. oame this week to spend a few days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. .John Truitt. Mr. and Mrs. <iooiyfo Dukes, of I'hiladolphia, have hoon quests of his parents. Mr. and Mi-. Itayard Duke-. Sohool opened hero Monday with a ery good attendanoe. Prof. Martin, of Pooomoke City, is the principal, Mr. I nderwood. first assistant; .Miss Manoook, Mi.-s Watson and Miss Smack oomph-tint; the rostrum. Mrs. George lironiley. of Chincotea iftie. is \isit i nyr relative.' hero. Kov. 11. P. Mall, pastor of the Map-tist Church, ha resigned, and will leave this wook for Italtimori-. i’e . flail ha- done good work while hi-io. and i- held in hiith i steem !>\ ti e ohuro'K and his friends, who re gie' I.is departure. I v . ME lOKIAM In lifting ioinemhrance of our dear I' other, who pas ed away l-Vhruary t:tl.. MC’l. , loin, inniitl' ha\o pa.-sed, hut we .... i-'iilior v. i !i V. h- a o -ti.ml lu-.'idi- your he I With tearful eyes to -ay farewell • we watched you pass away. ' 1 1 . loiu-lj. deal mother, ;i"io wo see you no more; lie hard tn ii-idi; o oven now That your short life is o’er. \nd tl ouirh wo dearly loved you. We I'oi.ld not make you stay: !' yen are not forgotten. mother. N i n memory will ae\er pass away. Our :> oughts- .> i!l e'er linger !n t r grave -..l'.ere you were laid; • e then- i le take the place (if e- sweet and n;ntly face. He In ppy hor i we once enjoyed, lie . , . t thi' memory -till; Put death has left a lonesomeness This world can never till. Py Her Children. ' : i-. \'oah Adkins, Mr-. Prank Pippins, Mr. Milliam .1. Holland. GENUINE “BULL” DURHAM tobacco makes 50 itood cigarettes for SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION Thedford’a Black-Draught Highly Recommended by a Tennessee Grocer for Troublea Re acting from Torpid Liver. East Nashville, Tenn. — The effic iency of Thedford’s Black-Drauftht, ths genuine, herb, liver medicine, la vouched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a grocer of this city. "It Is without doubt the best liver medicine, and I don't believe I could get along without It. I take It for sour stomach, head ache, bad liver, indigestion, and ail other troubles that are the result of a torpid liver. "I have known and used it for years, and can and do highly recommend It to every one. I won't go to bed with out it in the house. It will do all It claims to do. I can't say enough for If Many other men and women through out the country have found Black- Draught just as Mr Parsons describes —valuable in regulating the liver to its normal functions, and in cleansing the bowels of impurities. Thedford's Black-Draught liver medi cine is the original and only genuine. Accept no Imitations or substitutes. Always ask for The' 1 " * | WE ANNOUNCE OUR ! OPENING OF FALL FASHIONS ♦ ♦ : On Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 14th and 15th : —— ♦ ♦ In making your Kail and Winter wear selections you will be ■ v ♦ well guided in choosing from the many new things which we now t | show and which marks the very last word in their faithfulness to \ X the final style of Dame Fashion. j / | l ' n ♦ The season’s choicest LaVogue coats and suits are displayed 1 'ii | in our Ready-to-wear Department. They are high grade in qual ♦ ltv and very moderately priced. •> ♦ ■ t?! ,ii % In Fall and Winter the fashion of vour wear is shown in the •; ♦ * coat or suit in which you make your appearance, that is why we i so strongly recommend your selection of vour most serviceable 1 _ X coat or suit from these La\ ogue garments. JtyZy** / I Desirable Dresses r' You sometimes see a well attired woman in a dress that you heartily desire, X those are the kind of dresses we have in our store. ♦ We have the name for carrying the best dresses, and we have them. X Piece Goods If you want to see all the best fabrics of the new season in color and quality ♦ then you should not fail to he present at our opening. ♦ The store that excels in quality and low prices. | I POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND. !♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ********************************************************** ♦ ♦ o ♦ || New Fall Shoes and Oxfords i > > i > , < > 1 > Are Now Coming In Every Day < < > < • * > j; Look for the “BIG SHOE” Store when you want quality , style and comfort in your \\ footwear. \\ We sell everything in the way of < ► i: evening slippers, brogan oxfords, shoes, gum boots, in all lengths and rubbers. 4 ► If you want the best, come to see us. We guarantee satisfaction on everything we sell. i ;; Our motto is “Service and Satisfaction ” ;|j| Look up the “Big Shoe " when in need of anything for the sole. II E Homer White Shoe Co. < ► MO SALISBURY, MD. ii • : SEPTEMBER 10, 1921.