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SEPTEMBER 1(1, 1921.
The A\essepger Business Locals, 10c Line —WILL DO PLAIN SKWING- Mra. Virginia Cherrix, Snow Hill, Mil. —FOR SALK —2 SPEAR COAL Stoves. Good heaters, .lames I!. Courtney. —WANTED AT ONCE—CLEAN Cotten Rags ut The Messenger office. 3 cents a pound. —JUST RECEIVED—A CARLOAD of Feed. White Middlings, $1.90. Rrun, $1.65. P. E. Wharton A Son. Stockton, Md. (tf) -WANTED TO BUY—A PAIR of (iood Mules and a Mine Prop Cart. M. P. Selby, Girdletroe, Mil. (2t) —WANTED- TO HIRE OR Rl'V a corn Cutter. Hothlehem single row preferred. W. 11. Holloway, Newark. —WOOD FOR SALE— SEASON ed. Split Pine Wood for sale by the cord. Also oak wood by the cord. Theron IL Hanley, Snow Hill, Md. —FOR SALE —GOOD HORSE. Will work or drive anywhere. Have no use for him. Will sell cheap. Grover C. Truitt, Route 3, Snow Hill. —FERTILIZER FOR SALE—WE have Armour's high grade fertilizers for sale. Rest grade manufactured. Give us a call. D. IL Bradford & Son, Snow Hill. Md. —LIME—WE HAVE ON HAND High G rude Lime. Let us have your orders. Worcester Fertilizer Com pany, Snow Hill, Md. —ONE FIVE PASSENGER BI’ICK Model 1919. In good condition, good coni tires all around. Will trade for small car or roadster. Marion D. Tyndall, Newark. Md. —FOR RENT FOR 1922—15 ACRE Farm, all safe for potatoes; one-half mile from railroad station. Apply to Merrill Beauchamp, Snow Hill, Mil., Route —FOR SALE-1920 CHEVROLET Touring car in good condition. I sod less than 1 year. Will sell for S3OO. including extra tires, etc. H. P. M. Hall, Girdletree. —STOP IN AND SEE OCR NEW fall stock of Ginghams. Percales, Sport Suitings and Woolen Materials. They are right new and real cheap. Chas. 11. Timmons & Son. —NEW FORD PRICES—ROAD ster, starter and demountables, $l2O, Touring, starter and demountables, $450, Coupe, $595. Sedan, $660. Truck. $445, Tractor $625. All prices F. O. B. factory. .1. 11. Perdue. —OCR BUYER. MR. TIMMONS, is in the city this week purchasing a complete line of Fall Dry Goods. Rugs nil Furniture, lie has found real rgains, so he writes. Chas. B. 'lim ns & Son. NOTICE—I WISH TO NOTIFY ouhlic that I will in a few days a.. „ a hemstitching machine, and will bo prepared to do shirt waists, pil low cases, fine linen pieces, etc. Mrs. 1 Lillie Murray Godfrey. Snow Hill. —CLOSING OCT ISCGGY STOCK. Three sllO Open Runabouts, $81.50; one $125 top buggy. $98.00; one $l5O leather top buggy. $125.00. Above prices subject to stock on hand. .1. 11. Perdue. * —NOTICE THE PCBLIC IS hereby given notice that the town water will be cut off one afternoon next week, from two to three hours, for the purpose of making necessary repairs. Notice will be given by three long blasts of the whistle. —CLOTHING SALE OF FINE Made-to-Order Suits from Schloss Bros. & Co.. Baltimore. Mr. G. Ed ward Musr will be here on Friday and Saturday, September 9th and 10th, to take your measure. W. B. Dymond, Snow Hill. Md. —ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE The public sale of the household good.- and personal effects of the late Alfred L. Tilghman will take place at his late residence on Federal Street in Snow Hill on Sat unlay morn ing. September 17th. at ten o’clock. George 11. Tilghman. Administrator. —MRS. CHARLES L. JOHNSON has received her Fall Millinery and would be pleased to have you call and see the beautiful trimmed hats. They will he sold at prices much lower than last season’s hats. Come early and get your choice. —BARGAIN IN CSED CARS— We have on hand for sale at a bar gain, one 1916 six-cylinder Overland ear in excellent condition. One Ford touring car in tine condition, also sev eral other used cars in good con dition. O. W. Wilson Sales Co.. Snow Hill. Md. HARGIS STORE NOTES Pocomoke, Md. Each of the first 500 ladies present at the Hargis Fall Opening will be presented with an attractive and useful souvenir. If you fail to attend our Fall Open ing, September 11th to 17th, you will miss one of the greatest fashion events that has ever taken place in this section. Not just a few Coats, Suits and Drosses, but hundreds and hundreds of garments cleverly styled and mod erately priced, will be displayed at our Fall Opening. For the college girl are smart serge and tricotine dresses for school wear, clever coats and suits, charming dance frocks and sport clothes that are most rakish of line. HOUSEKEEPERS! BE SURE TO visit our big three floor Furniture Store during the opening. September 14 th to 17th. Most advantageous purchases may be made now in Furniture, Rugs, and other Fall Housefumishings. HARGIS TWO BIG STORES POCOMOKE. MD. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Dr. Kroger is home from a short vacation spent with his daughter, Mrs. John Lee, of Grand Rapids. —Mrs. W. S. Kroger spent several days in Philadelphia with her sister. Mrs. Oscar Lewis. Mrs. Harris Corddry and daugh ter, and Mrs. Tappan and Mrs. James I!. Whaley are at Ocean City. Miss Sadie Hammond, of Wil mington. visited Mrs. Edward Hill this week. —Mrs. Charles Ferguson, of Wil mington. visited Mrs. William Pur nell. this week. Miss Margaret Timmons has gone to Portsmouth. Va., to resume teach ing. —Miss Grace Keen, who has been visiting friends in Snow Hill, has re turned to her home in Philadelphia. —Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson, of Wilmington, Del., and Mr. and Mrs. George Petitt and son. George, of Newark, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Petitt. of Nassa wango. —l.ucilc and Kthelyn Petitt. of Nassawango, have returned from a very pleasant visit to their grand mother. Mi's. T. 11. Johnson, of Gir dletree. —Ensign Thomas Dell and wife, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William L. Purnell, left last week to visit his relatives in Baltimore. Ensign Dell will report for duty at Old Point Comfort the fif teenth of September. Mrs. Dell will spend the time her husband is cruis ing at home with her parents. Miss Belle Tilghman has re turned to her home in Wilmington, after a visit of several weeks to her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Davis, and other relatives. —Miss Allic Bailey, of Norfolk, spent the week end at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Bailey. Miss Bailey has a government posi tion in the U. S. Navy department in Norfolk. ! —There will be preaching at Pitts Creek Old School Baptist Church Sunday, September 11th, at three o’clock. —Mr. Willard Boehm, of Balti more, is spending his vacation at home with his mother, Mrs. Charles Boehm, and sister, Mrs. William G. Kerbin. —Miss Kathryne Petitt left Sunday for Ocean City, after spending a week with her parents. Miss Petitt will teach in the Ocean City High School this year. —Mr. and Mrs. Harris S. Corddry returned home Tuesday night from a visit to her brother, Mr. Alexander D. Irwin, at Valley Forge, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. Ford, of Clayton, Del., visited her mother, Mrs. Edward Hill, last week. They were accompanied home by their nephew, Wilson Hammond, who has been spending some time with his grandmother, Mrs. Hill. i —Miss Minnie 1. Franklin, of Ber lin, returned home last Saturday, after a visit here to her sister, Mrs. R. I>. Jones. —Mr. P. H. Adkins, Mr. Lloyd Adkins and Mr. Jerome Adkins, of Berlin, and Mr. Charles Adkins, of Snow Hill, spent Saturday and Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Adkins, of Delmar. ■ Miss Grace Hickman, of Philadel phia. is spending her vacation at home with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hickman. —Mrs. Ralph Carmean and children returned home Friday morning, after spending a few days w ith I loros Car mean. at Cape Charles. Va. -Miss Claudia Ross, of Pocomoke City, came Tuesday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. William S. Tilghman, near Snow Hill. Mrs. Robert F. Tilghman, and Mrs. Albert M. Stagg, of near Snow Hill, visited their grandparents, Mr. 1 and Mrs. William F. Benson, of near Pocomoke City, last week. ' --- •' ' ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO D. 11. Bradford A: Son are earnestly requested to make settlement at once, as all accounts were due Sep tember Ist. It takes money to run our business and what you owe will help big if you will come up promptly ami save us the trouble of making a personal call. —WATCH THE DATES ROY, the special representative of M. Moses & Son will be at the store of T. H. Collins A- Son on Friday, Saturday and Monday, September 16th, 17th 1 and 19th, with a full line of fabrics ' and samples for fall and winter ntade i to-order suits. Don’t forget the dates, : and don't fail to see Roy at our store, i T. IL Collins & Son, Snow Hill, Md. ! AGENTS AND SALESMEN WANTED—Does SIOO to SSOO a ; month interest you ? You can earn , this selling established line paints t and asbestos roof cements to consum ers and dealers form Baltimore factory. Strictly commission basis. In one letter state qualifications, ref erences. Bond Bros., 407-11 N. Hol liday Street, Baltimore, Mil. Mr. Howard Rodgers returned to his home in Montclair, N. .1., last Monday, leaving Mrs. Rodgers and his daughter here for a longer visit. Mr. Rodgers will return in two weeks to take his family home in their new Steam's-Knight car. Miss Etta Jones, of Philadelphia, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. 11. Jones. Miss Jones has just returned from a two weeks' motor trip in the White Mountain-, going by way of the Mohawk Trail. Mi." Marie Burbage left Friday morning to matriculate ut Temple University. Philadelphia, this school year. Mix Walter I.eier. of Wilke-- bane. Pa., is visiting her uncle, Wil liam .1. Fowler, Esq. Mr. I.eier will join his wife here tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. George Richardson and daughter, of Newark, visited Mr. and Mrs. 11. Clay Burbage last Mon day. Mr. Harvey Carmean and (laugh ter. Maxine, of Norfolk, were week end visitors at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Carmean. The public schools of Worcester County opened last Monday. There was a large attendance throughout the county. The names of the teach -1 ers have till been published in The Messenger. —Mr. Everett D. Truitt, after suffering intense pain in the head for several days, was sent to Salisbury Hospital last Sunday for treatment. While his case was being investigated an abscess broke and the pain ceased. Mr. Truitt returned home Tuesday. His many friends are glad that lie is out again. —Another Thursday is here, and our mails are Hooded with communi cation- and advertisements which could, in most cases, havF been sent u> a day or two earlier. We cannot do all our work on Thursday, ami of course some of the late communica tions will have to be left out. which we very much regret. —Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chandler ; and son, of Baltimore are visiting his brother. Mr. Carson F. Chandler and familv. Mr. Chandler has been tak ing his brother to the bay. where they have enjoyed pulling in the trout. Miss Ada Jones, who has been visiting her sister, Miss Mildred Jones, and friends at College Park. Md.. returned home Tuesday morn ing. Marion T. Hargis, Esq., and daughter. Miss Carolyn Hargis are home from their trip to Europe. They came back to the 1 nited States on the steamer Carmania of the Cun ard Line, and arrived at New ork ' Sunday. They came to Snow Hill on Monday. Mr. Hargis and Miss Har gis were gone just two months, ami . while away traveled in France. Swit zerland. Italy, Belgium, Holland. England and Scotland, visiting most of tin principal cities of those coun tries. Misses Margie and Emily Mason, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Mason have entered the Temple University, Philadelphia. They left ; for Philadelphia the last of this week. -Senator John Walter Smith and his daughter, Mrs. Georgia Smith Foster, spent the week end in Snow- Hill, returning to Baltimore Sunday. Senator Smith looks as young as he did ten years ago. and i- in splendid physical condition. Mrs. hostel's son. , John Walter Smith Foster, and Miss Margaret Rea. of Pittsburg, accom panied them to Snow Hill. Mr. Joseph A. .1. Stanford i home from Salisbury Hospital, where he went for treatment several weeks ago. Some weeks before he went to the hospital he fell and broke his collar bone. It did not heal up read ily, so he went to the hospital to have it wired. This was successfully accomplished, and Mr. Stanford lias ! been discharged from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, of Darien, Conn., accompanied bj their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ballard, motored to Snow Hill last Saturday and are spending a pleasant vacation with i Mr. and Mrs. .1. Samuel Price. Mrs. Smith is a daughter of Mr. Price. Dr. S. L. McKee, wife and daugh i ter. of Wilmington, have been visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will ard L. Beauchamp, of near Snow Hill, this week. Dr. McKee is Mrs. Beau champ's brother. ' —Mr. Charles 11. Timmons has ; been in Baltimore this week purchas ( ing new goods. Hi* was accompanied ( by his wife, who aided him in making selections. . ! Meeting of Sunday School Officers The monthly meeting of the Sun 1 day School Association of Worcester 1 County, will be held in the W hatcoat ' M K. Church. Snow Hill. Friday, ■ September 16th, at 7.30 P. M. Every ■ pastor, Sunday School Superintendent and teacher ie in ' ent. MRS. W. THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER, SNOW HILL. MARY LAND. —Miss Katherine Parkei of Onancoek, Vu.. it- here on a vi.-it to her cousins, the Misses Saliie ami Dorothy Bishop. Mrs. H. (I. Lee and two daughters, left Sunday for their home in Mineral. Va.. after having spent the summer here with hei parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Maddox. Mrs. (i. C. Outland and daughter, who also spent part of the summer with her parents, has jrone to join her husband in Norfolk, where they will reside. - 'I he steamship Antinous. of which Sidney F. Riley, formerly of Worces ter County, is chief engineer, passed an iceberg on her voyage from Boulogne, France, to Norfolk. Va.. on August 2!(th at 1210 P. M. The berg appeared to be about 50 feet above water and one-half mile in diameter. —Mr. K. Clarke Fontaine, who last June, was appointed by the State Hoard of Kdueation as District Super visor of High Schools, will have charge of all high schools on the Kastern Shore and in Southern Mary - land, except Laurel and Hyattsvjlle. which two will remain in Mr. North’s charge. In order to lie within reason able reach of the high school teacher? in his territory, Mr. Fontaine will spend the forenoons of the first Sat urday of each month at the Baltimore office; the second Saturday of each month at the office of the School Board in F.aston; the third Saturday of each month at the office of the School Board in Sali-bury, and the fourth Saturday of each month at the office of the School Board in Snow Mill. NEW ORGAN INSTALLED AND SPLENDID RECITAL Last Sunday was a "red letter” day in Bates Memorial M. I’. Church. In the morning Rev. F. D. Stone, of Baltimore, one of the leading minis ters of the Methodist Protestant Church, preached a splendid sermon at the organ dedicatory services. Mrs. Clyde Grimes, of Washington. 1). C„ presided at the organ, and the choii rendered several splendid .-elec tions. At the close of Dr. Stone’s sermon a request was made for sub scriptions to pay for the handsome Moeller Pipe Organ. Within a few minutes $2,T00 was subscribed. On Monday evening an organ re cital was given by Mrs. Grimes, who rendered some beautiful and difficult selections. Vocal solo- were sung by Mis- Kmily Dryden, accompanied by Miss Sterling. Mrs. George W. Vincent. Mrs. John L. Riley, und Mi.-.- Mol lie Cherrix. accompanied by Mrs. Grimes and a vocal duel by Miss Ethel Shock ley and Miss Mollie Cherrix. It was a delightful alfair and wa- well pat ronized. Remarks were made by Pastor Strausburg, who, with his congrega tion. is proud of the handsome new instrument. PRINCESS ANNE PLAYING FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Funny thing, this Maryland cham pionship baseball contest. Frederick defeated Princess Anne to <• the first game. Princess Anne defeated Frederick the second game •’! to 1. and yesterday Frederick walloped Princess Anne II to 1. The funny part i.- in the fact that the Snow Hill Club could defeat Prin cess Anne four games out of five, and then could not get in the game for the championship. VETERANS’ CLEAN I P Sdl Al) COMING HERE Washington i- sending to Snow Hill the “Clean-l'p-Squad” of the Veter ans' Bureau to handle and clean up all cases of disabled veterans of the late war. This Squad will hold a public meeting at the Municipal Building on the night of the fifteenth, and will remain in Snow Hill the lfith and 17th insts. It will be impossible foi this Squad to visit all the important towns of tile county, und it will he neces sary for the men to come to Snow Hill. Transportation will lie furnish ed those from a distance. To secure this transpoitation get in touch with the local Commander of your Post of the Legion. When this Squad has left Snow Hill, it is the hope that there will not be one case of a dis abled soldier that ha- not been prop erly adjusted. “DICK” PORTER SIGNED I P WITH JACK DINN “Dick” Porter, the St. John's Col lege baseball star, who has been hold ing down the short station for Prin cess Anne this season, has been sign ed by Jack Dunn, of the Orioles. In the second game with Jersey City, Porter showed Dunn the calibre of his playing when he made a pair of catches that tickled the fans immense ly and he also clouted at a ..’**• • gait. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Garlick and son, Billy, motored from Philadelphia, •• ‘“turning Monday, after visit 'd r. Guy E. Boston. 1 Baseball Season Closes Snow Hill Club Disbands ’i The Snow Hill baseball team dis banded last Saturday night, the in ' dividual players leaving Sunday and [ Monday. Siiarretts. Keen, Swingler. Kelley, Kilduff and Gladmari went to Baltimore. Robins to Somerset ' County; Scbroll to Cri-field to pitch a game, thence to Baltimore. Man i ager Armstrong. Drury and Rous.-ey • went to Accomack (’minty to play on I opposing teams in the series between i Parkslev and Onancoek, the Snow i Hill mnnagt i and Drury playing with ; Onancoek. and Rous.-ey with Parkslev. • Parkslev appeal to have the edge , on Onancoek. having won three straight games. After the completion of the Onancoek series, Armstrong. Drury and Rou-sey will go to Balti more. Mr. Armstrong i- an instruc tor in mathematic- at the City Col lege. Baltimore, and is also coach of tin baseball team at Johns Hopkins Fnivcrsity. With the dose of the local baseball season last week. Snow Hill fan.- view with satisfaction the record of their . team. Herb Armstrong's aggregation won and lost 15 games, for an average of Jihk. in a schedule that included few of the weaker teams , on the Shore. , In the -erie- with tile two leader of the Shore league. Snow Hill an nexed four games out of five from Prince - Anne, and beat Cambridge "n both occasions. Poeomoke got the jump on Snow Hill, and took three games in a row before the team from ' the county -eat got under way. A the -erie, progressed, however. Snow i Hill evened up the series. Poeomoke went down to defeat. 21 to (! in the fourth game, anti 7 to <> in the -ixth game, which ended in an argument, i anil wa. forfeited to Snow Hill. !• to . (i. . From C'tisfieid. which i.- considered ■ by many one of the best teams on the Shore, Snow Hill won two of the three games played. Delaware and Virginia attempted to lower the colors of Arm • strong’s team, hut both failed. Onan cock lost four out of six game.-. Tem peraneeviih . Chincoteague and .Hills boro were overwhelmed, and Laurel > was defeated. I to 1 and 5 to in the first two encounters between the two teams. The John Hopkins coach gathered ■ together what was said to he the , hardest-hitting aggregation on the • Shore. The Snow Hill outfield was composed of Cutter Drury. Reds Kil dulf and Sharrett.-. With Armstrong at second, and Ike Rous.-ey at .-hort, I Snow Hill boasted of two of the best professionals in this section, while the ■ corners of the diamond wi re held down by Stan Robins and George Keen, two of the most -killful college players in the State. Rous.-ey. Arm strong. Drury and Sharretts, hatting in the order named, formed a com bination well calculated to worn' an\ pitcher, while the whole team wa noted foi its consistent bitting. In IT games it made 125 hits, and scored “ JOT runs. In only five games it I scored less than four runs, and in only • seven it made les- than -even hits. 1 Another feature of the local team is remarked in the fact that it did not pad for its big games, nor import pitchers for important conte.-t.-. The I personnel of the team remained intact ' throughout practically the entire sea son. The pitching problem caused Armstrong considerable worry, but with Bergman, who was secured front i Ccnlreville, Kelly. Scbroll and Glad man. the hole was plugged ip. and tin i pitching improved. Whiter Swingler and Red- KildutT worked behind the hat, the former doing no.-t of the ' catching in professional style Aside from the eons tent hitting I record, which the Snow Hill team ! holds, a glance at slatictie.- brings 1 to light what may be a heavy hitting i i. N. .V . : ’ - . * • . :.)3 £)'\ ELLA' 1 ! ~/. •. I* " 'jain ' - ’’ i ' — . j V- - I I LISTtN-WArr AMINUTt • I *T> MONE> ftACH ! I fy %,f/ ?*% | record f>>i tin Shore. In 13 game.- \ | the team'.- heavy artillery has -mashed I nut ::K home run-. In triple . anil 71 . iii>nlliManager Armstrong estab ' lished another record v, I, on lie hit safely m -7 consecutive game-. In 21! "amp . In hit - or more harp lieon ■; gathered thi' Hi}fhp.“t total being I* atrainri Pmomoke. Beside furnishing what i probably thp fastest baseball on tin- Shore for it- fan.', thp Snow Hill management tm k another step forwanl in the ad vancement of thp sport when it on tratreil John Kelley, a profesionai uw pile from lUtltinion-. The umpiring ini' lieen one ot the greatest draw- ; hacks to the .-poll on the Shore this year. Too often the umpire has been piekeil from the crowii, and dispute were numerous. Snow iliil was the pioneer in entratfintr a professional! ! umpire, and received ifeneral com mendation for this forward step BERLIN Mr. Kdward Knnis, of Philadelphia, has been visitintr relatives in town i for several weeks. Mr. and Mr-. Cannon, and Mi. and Mrs. Kdvvin Kverctt. of Philadelphia, -pent from Saturday until Monday with Mr and Mrs. John Selby Purnell. Jr. Mrs. I-rao Kdward. of Jackson ville. Klorida. is visiting h* parents, Mr. and Mr-. Joseph Hollins, for •" - oral weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwanl Holland, of Philadelphia, visited hi- parents. Mr. and Mr- K. Holland, from Saturday until Monday. Mr. Charles Fsham. who is employ ed at Chincoteairuc. V;i„ -pent the week end with hi.- family. Mis- Ksthei lleauchamp. of Selby \ille. Pel., ha- been pending -evera l days with Mr.-, l.ee Haris. Mr. Abe Hollins, whose business keeps him in New York the greater part of the time, visited his family here the fit -t of the week. Hr. and Mrs. William I Hammond' and two children, of Kaston. visited his mother, Mrs. A. IP Hammond, from Saturday until Monday. Mr. and M William K. Franklin and son. Hubert, returned on Monday to their home in W'oodbridge. after spending the summer at their home hen on the bay. Mi.- Amanda I tennis, of St. Mai tins, visited Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Pennis for a fe , daw- last week. Mr. and Mr-. Kdnuind Powell motored from Philadelphia on Satur day. They were accompanied by Mi. I William Hratten and Mr. Haldwin Williams. They returned on Monday, i after spending the time with his i mother. Mrs. J. Annie Powell. Mr. Hale Harrison spent from Sat urday until Tuesday with friends at Uehohoth. Delaware. Mr. and Mrs. William West returned to Philadelphia last week, after visit ing relatives here for several weeks, Mrs. 1 rank Collin- and two grand children. Nancy and Helen Krereton. of Annapolis, have heen -pending sev oral day- here at the home of Mr. Calvin P. fay loi. Mis- Ft he I W mi brow returned Fri day evening from a visit with friends in Wilmington. Mi. ami Mrs. Yietoi Muinford, of Plinees Anne, are visiting his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. Munnford. for several day.-. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fallow and | son. Jack, motored to Philadelphia, the early part of la.-'* - ’week for a few day s. Mr. Roland Hanington. of Wash ington. P. I'., joined his wift and son here at the home of hei mother. Mr-. Georg' F. Seott on Saturday. Mr. and Mr-. Henry Powell and son. George. of Norfolk, visited his PAGE FIVE MISSM. VOSBURG WEDS J. D. HENRY Well-known Berlin Couple Were I'nited in Marriage at Home of Bride, on Thursday Mi John I). Henry, of lierlin, and Mi.-s .Minnie S. Vosburg were quietly married at four o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of the bride’s father. Pi. Benjamin F, Vosburg, neai Berlin. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Sidney A. Potter, rector of St. Paul's Protes tant Fpiseopal Church of Berlin, in the presence of only the immediate members of the families of the bride and groom, and a few relatives. Among tlie relative- from a distance were the bride’s brother, Dr. Vos burg, an eminent surgeon of New York, and his wife, who will remain with the former's father while Mr. and Mr.-. Henry are enjoying their honeymoon in seclusion. Mr. Henry is the elder son of the hit*' Zadok P. Henry and wife of Ber lin. He is prominent in the business and social life of Berlin, and for sev eral yeai - he ha- been the efficient cashier of the Fxchange and Saving- Bank of Berlin. The bride is the daughter of Dr. B. !•'. \ osburg. formerly of New York, but who located on the out skirts of Berlin about twenty-five years ago, on the Moses Johnson property, which he has since greatly beautified, making it one of the show place- of the vicinity. Dr. Vosburg who now an octogenarian was at one time the private physician to the late Commodore William H. Vander bilt. of New York, the founder of the Vanderbilt million.-. The bride i.- a woman of great charm, wit and personality, and she is very popular in Berlin and vicinity. The mu 'age - tin culmination of a uiiianc of nuue than twenty-five years' duration. Tlie editors of flu Messengei ex tend congratulations and bc.-t wishes. ISAAC W. PI SE\. DEAD WAS 7!> EARS OF Af.E Mi. Isaac W Pusey, a well-known resident of Atkinson's Pi-triet, died Thursday of the infirmities id' old age He was in hi- 80th year, and came here from Delaware about 10 year- ago He had heen in poor health for a number of years and was confined to hi, bed eight months be fore hi- death. Mi. Pa-ey wa.- prominently identi fied uni; the Christian Church, in fact wa.- one of the pioneer.- of that denomination in this county. His wife pa-.-ed away about tvveivi years ago. Mi Pusey is survived by the fol lowing .-on- and daughters: Mrs. B. G. Derrick-on, Clarksville. Del.; Jacob 11. Pusey. Nathaniel Pusey, George W. Pusey. Mrs. Nathaniel Grey. Wil lard Pus* ■ Klmei Pusey. Mrs. Sewell T Riley, and Mrs. William J. Bounds, and Mr. Isaac F. Pusey, all of this section of Worcester County. Funt ia! services will he conducted at the residence of Mr. George W. Pusey at 2.00 o'clock this Saturday afternoon, by Rev. H. F. Ohiaker. Interment will he made in Olivet Cemetei y . \1 I. II V1.1.0W S PARISH Septembei 11. 1021. Sixteenth Sunday altei Trinity. H' A. M. Church School. II A. M. Matin.-. Sermon "Why People Don't Go To Church.” 7.”0 P. M. Fveiisnng Septemhi la. Choir Practice at Mi.-- I i it Collins at s P. M. UFA A! I RFP I,KI Jo.NFS. R.ctor. -istei. Mr.-. Chester N. Gunby. from Friday mt Monday. Mi-- 1.0ui.-i T. Scott returned on Monday to Washington. D. C., after -pending her vacation here