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Miss Florence Marshall returned to Baltimore Tuesday, after having spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Marshall. Mr. Arthur Mill, of Overbrook, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mill. Misses Kli/abeth Taylor and Mary Parker have returned from a visit to Miss Klinor Nelson at New Church. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burbage ami son, Marion, left this week on a trip to Butfalo, Niagara Kails, and other places of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Sheppard, of Washington, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sheppard. Mrs. Eva Parsons and daughter, of Cape Charles, will spend the win ter with her mother, Mrs. Nancy Bur bage. Mr. It. K. Powell, of Berlin, was a guest in town this week. Dr. S. 1,. McKee and wife, of Wil mington. were guests of Itev. W. !.. Hess and wife this week. Mr. Walton Chandler spent the week end with friends in Onancock. Miss Klixabeth Finnegan, of Cam den, N. J., spent part of last week with her aunt. Mrs. Peyton. Miss Bessie Barnes, who has been spending her vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mr.-. James Barnes, has returned to Baltimore. Miss Maxel Johnson, of Norfolk, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. King Johnson. Mr. Pierce Ward is visiting his cousin. Mr. Hubert Sharpley, in Nor folk. Miss Gladys Bromley ha.- gone to Frankford, Del., and Miss Catherine Hancock to Berlin, where they will resume teaching. School reopened Monday with a large enrollment. The primary de partment was so crowded that Prof. Hill has asked the Board of Educa tion for an additional teacher. Miss Cecilia P. Houston, of New York, is visiting her mother. Mrs. Sallie Houston. We are glad to report that Mr. Homer Mason, who was operated on for appendicitis, is able to be out again. Mr. William Sturgis, of Baltimore, is visiting his father, Mr. William Sturgis. Miss Mary Parker left Friday to visit friends in Newark. N. J., and to attend the marriage of one of her school mates. She will also visit Miss Bessie Hill in New York before returning home. Fletcher Nelson returned this week from New- Church to resume bis studies at the High School. Mr. and Mis. Burton, and Mr. and Mr.-.-George Evans, of Poeomoke, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hill Sunday. GIRDLETKEE M. K. CHI KCH Services for Sunday, September 11th, as follows: 10.00 A. M„ Sunday School. W. S. Townsend. Superintendent. 11.00 A. M. Preaching. •’*.oo P, M.. Preaching at Goodwill. 7.15 P. M.. Epworth League. 7.15 P. M., Preaching. A hearty welcome for you al way at our church. D. B. PRETTYMAX, Pastor. STOCKTON M. E. CHARGE Sunday, September 11th, services will be held as follows: Wesley Church, Stockton—Sunday School at 10.00 A. M. Preaching at 11.00 A. M. Subject: “Christ Speak ing in Parable ." Epworth League at 7.30 P. M. Klej Grange Sunday School at 2.15 P. M. Preaching at 3.00 P. M. Subject: “Duty Glorified." Grace Church, Franklin City— Class meeting at 9.30 A. M. Sun day School at 2.30 P. M. Preaching at 7.30 P. M. Subject: “The Sphere of Influence." The Bed Men and Pocahontas Tribe will attend this sendee in a body. REV. W. L. HESS, Pastor. Life has many illusions, but the greatest of all is to think you haven’t any. —————— ' " ———aaMßnaanm——• You may think all corn flakes are alike until you taste— Post Toasties —best corn jlakes '. J Then you'll underatand why the flavor, criupncaa and texture make "Pout Toaatieu” the auperior kind. See Our Samples ot Engraved Work i COLHOCRNK > Mrs. Mary Kyal and Mrs. Annie : Dryden and granddaughter, Louise, , of Fruitland, are visiting at the home of Mrs. J. W. Dryden. Misses Margaret and Maude liod . frey, Minnie Gorily, Mary and Eliz abeth Dryden. Grace Dickerson and Messrs. Heston Cnrmean, Edward; i Codfrej and Lester Barnes spent last . Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.; i Win. Simian. i! Mr. and Mrs. Gorman Perdue and I children spent Sunday with hei par ent.-, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert rook*. A Home Coming Celebration will . be held at Mt. Olive Sunday, Sept. 11th. There will lie three services . morning, afternoon and night. The ex-pastors who will lie present are the Rev. Avery Donovan, and the Rev. D. W. An-tine. 'Hie pastor of i the Powellville Charge. Rev. I. S. Owens will also be present. Every body is invited to come and bear a . good sermon and eat fried chicken. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Carmcan and! ■ daughters, Thelma and Eunice, spent j Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sinnon. Mr. Victor Dicker.-ou spent the, week end with his cousin. Mr. Milton I i I iryden. FRANK P. HKATTEN TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOIKKs To the Democratic Voters of Wor cester County: Ladies and Gentlemen—Before this notice shall be brought to your at tention, it will Ik* generally known that I have withdrawn from the con -1 test tor the nomination for the House of Delegates. The purpose of this communication is to make deal to my j friends. my reason for doing so. Oi the successful outcome ot my 1 contest, 1 hail not the slightest doubt, ii the many assurances of support which I had from friends, and fellow Democrats all over the county, meant anything. But there were .many rea son- way a primary contest at this time,was particularly to lie avoided, if j possible,especially so when the dim- 1 ination of only one man would re lieve the county of this enormous ex pense. there was also an clement of uncertainty a.- to which one of the loin candidates in the field would be eliminated by the primary. Coslen’s District i properly entitled to only one. and the primary might not ha- e settled the matter this way. I So my friends, in making the sacri i fire that I have. I trust you will I appreciate my position, having con- I I sulored the Democratic party, and tin j -; taxpayers of the county, in prefer- i -once to my own personal ambitions. I feel very grateful to all of you who promised me your support, and I wish to he remembered by you, first of all a- a Democrat, ready to stand by my party, and do all that I can to j further its interests. Very sincerely, I RANK P. BRATTKN. i unsweetened I 5 milk- W* th Better cream COoki Il£ left L. in! NOT EAR FROM THE OOZE Professor Garner reports that the! female ape says “Moohoo” and the I ■ male ape replies “Wuhoo.” . Evolution doesn't seem to have car- I lied us very far. At a dunce last ; week we heard a chap address a girl. "Who is oo?" And the girl replied, “Ps oo’s.“ “Name two web-footFd animals."! ■ said the teacher. “A couple ot spiders,” repied the kid at the foot | of the class. ______________ ____________ _____ ■y.— wmmwvhwih ,nr..xiftmiriH, nmm HILL. MAKVLANIJ. E STANLEY TCUDVIN & THOMAS 11. LEWIS, Jr.. Solicitors. ORDER OF I'CHLICATION Hartwell M. Malone and Agnes E. I Malone, Plaintiffs, vs. j Walter T. Duffy, Louise Duffy, Nellie j Duffy and Alexander C. Duffv, et al. | I lefendants. No. 3112 Chancery. In the Circuit Court for Worcester County and Sti te of Maryland. In Equity. 'I he object of this suit is to pro- i cure a decree for the sale of certain j property in Worcester County in the State of Maryland which was de-1 vised by Joshua Sturgis to the chil dren of Mary A. Malone The bill states that Hartwell M. Malone, Mary A. Chatham. Cora Bunting Malone, Katherine Malone. Walter T. Duffy, Louise Duffy, Nellie Duffy and Alexander C. Duffy are owners of a concurrent interest in the tract of land devised to the children of Mary A. Malone by the last will and te-tnment of Joshua Sturgis, tie -aid land being situated in Worces ! tei County and State of Maryland.! and being sometimes known as “The Henry Johnson Farm." containing about 230 acres of land: ami that the -aid land is not susceptible of parti-! | tion among.-t the parties without material loss and injury: and that it MHMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimMiiiiiiiiiiiiii** i | Miss R. Belle Wilson = i Announces Her First Display OF 1 Fall and Winter Millinery I I I | Wednesday and Thursday | | September 14 and 15 | 5 s is We have an exclusive line of trimmed and ready- = | to-wear Millinery, including the famous Ach trim- s | med hat. You are cordially invited to come and | | inspect our line. 1 Miss R. Belle Wilson | I*O<'OIWOKE CITY. Ml). riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiimmiiiiiiiiMiiif Just a Minute ... Due to the fact that our most able buyer has spent the past week in our nearby cities hunting tip and pur chasing beautiful patterns at bargain prices of Dress Ginghams. Percales. Poplins. (|nilt Calicos, Flannelefles. Serges (lioth plain and plaids) Sport Suitings. I nderwear. Sweaters and the like. AND ALSO, with the same care lie selected our new Fall stock of Wool and Fiber. Axminster and Tapestery Rugs. Red Steads. Bed blankets. Mattresses. Household Furni ture of all kinds and Chinaware. We are now able to show you a really and truly high class stock of goods at astonishing low prices. Chas. B. Timmons 6 Son SNOW IIILL, Ml). iiiiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiitimiiiiiimiiiiiiiHimiiiiitmiiiP' | Low Prices on Tires I | 2 2 E Absolutely new Stock guaranteed firsts at I wonder prices. E -'ld x 3! Cnited States Nobly Tread 514.K5 E -’ll x I Cnited States Nobly Tread lfi.Ns s E -I- x 4 Kelly Springlield Kant Slip 27.25 E x 4 Kelly Springlield Kant Slip 25.4.5 E .’<4 x 4 Omar Non Skid la.fill E .’l2 x,4| Cnited States Chain Tread 21.85 E 35 x4i Fisk Non Skid 32.10 | 34 x4] Diamond 10.00 = 3fi xfi Goodyear Cord Truck Tires fis.HO § 3fi xfi Goodyear Cord Truck Tires. New equipment on truck replaced with another make 51.411 E All sizes in Fisk and Kelly at proportion | ately low prices Call in and look this stock E over or mail your order. I LESTER F. ADKINS Berlin, Maryland would lie for the benefit and advan -1 - .nge of the said parses that the land | Ik- hold and the proceed* divided | amongst the parties* a* their respec ti'e interest* may appear; ami that tlie defendants. Walter T. Duffy, Lou i-e Duffy. Nellie Duffy and Alexan der C. Duffv, are non-residents of the State of Maryland, residing in the City of Wilminirton and State of Delaware. It is thereupon this sth day of September, in the year nineteen bun dled and twenty-one, ORDERED BY THE CIKCfIT COt It I FOR WOR CESTER COt NTY AND STATE OF .MARYLAND, IN EQI’ITY, that the plaintiffs by causinir a copy of this order to be inserted in some news -1 paper published in the said Worces ter County once in each of four (I) successive weeks before the sth day of October. 1921, giving notice to the said non-resident defendants of the object and substance of this bill, warning them to be and appear in this <Wurt in person or by solicitor on or liefore the 21st day of October, next, to show cause, if any they have why a decree ought not to be , pa-sed as prayed. Test:- OLIVER D. COLLINS,CIerk. | True Copy, Test: OLIVER It. COLLINS,CIerk. The Cynical Bachelor observes that occussionally you • meet a man 'who would rather be happy than be in love. STATON & WHALEY, Attys-at-Law Attorney’s Sale OF A Valuable Farm! NEAR OCEAN CITY, Ml). By virtue of a power of attorney from the II ill view Realty Corpor ation, owner, the undersigned will sell at public auction to (he highest bidder in front of the Atlantic Hotel in Berlin, Worcester County. Mary land, WEDNESDAY, September 14th, 1921 AT 2 O’CLOCK, I*. M. all that farm situated on both sides of the state road leading from Berlin to Ocean City and about two and one half mile- from Ocean City, near Herring Creek bridge, eommnnlv known as the "Old Milby Griffin I - arm," said to contain about one hun dred and twenty-one acres, he the sane more or less, being the same land which was conveyed to the said Mill view Realty Corporation by Louis Klee and Rose Klee, his wife, by deed dated April Hi, 1920, recorded among the land records of Worcester County, aforesaid in Liber O. I>. (’. No. ::8. folio in:;. Ibis property is improved by a commodiotM dwelling and outbuild ings. It is splendidly located and well adapted to subdivision into small parcels. The soil is good and is par ticularly suitable for strawberries, one of the best paying crops on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, year in and year out. There is an active demand for building sites on the road between Berlin and Ocean City ami there is every reason to believe that melt demand will continue anil in crease. The purchaser of this prop erty will reap that benefit. For fur ther information apply to John W. Staton, James B. Whaley or John S. Whaley. Snow Hill. TERMS: Deposit of #10(10 wid be required on the day of sale, an ad ditional sum to make up one-third of the gross purchase price to be paid within thirty days. Six per cent, mortgage on two years with interest from January 1, 1922. payable se i annuallv will be accepted for the bal ance. All cash v.ill le accepted if the purchaser prefers. Taxes will be paid to January 1. 1922. and possession given on that date. JOHN W. .STATON. LeROY SMITH, Solicitor Assignee’s Sale OF \ AI.FABLE Real Estate l*\ virtue of tilt* cont in*l in iNtrli of two mortK* K<*> fr ni Al - # fred L. Tilghman and Hettie J. Tilgh mun, his wife, to George B. Tilgh man, dated January 8, 1909, and Sep tember 1910, both recorded among the land records of Worcester County. Maryland, in Liber O. D. C. No. folios .‘ll2 and HIM, and in Liber O. D. No. 7, folio 356 et eip. respectively, default having oc cured therein, the undersigned as igr.ee will sell at public auction to the highest Idddei in front of the Court House, in Snow Hill. Worces ter County, Maryland SATURDAY. September 17th, 1921 AT 2 to O’CLOCK, IV M. all those lots or parcels of land, to gether with the improvements, ly ing anil being situate on the west side of Federal Street in the town of Snow Hill, Worcester County. Maryland, about opposite the Meth odist Episcopal Cemetery, where the said Alfred 1.. Tilghman resided at thi‘ time of his death, it iieing the same property which was conveyed to th. said Alfred L. Tilghman by the following deeds: From Thomas I’. Selbv ami wife, by deed dated Jan uary .‘I, recorded among the land records of Worcester County, ; Maryland, in Liber F. 11. I*. No. 22. folio II; from Noah I . I’ennewell rnd . wife, by deed dated January 10, 19oti. recorded among the land records aforesaid, in Liber F. H. IV No. 21. folios 202 et eequitur. TERMS OF SALE CASH Title pa|>er- at expense of pur chaser. LeKOY SMITH. Assignee. The household and kitchen furni ture of Alfred L. Tilghman, deceased, will lie -obi on tin- above described premises on the same date at 10 o'clock. A. M. GEORGE 11. TILGHMAN, Administrator. STATON At WHALEY. Ally' -at l aw NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the sub scriber has obtained from the Or- j 6 an-' Court for Worcester County, iryland. letters Testamentary on the personal estate of LAI KA 11. DAVIS i late of Worcester Countv, deceased. All person* having claims against the deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 14th day of February. 1922. They mny otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of the said estate. All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 27th day of August. 1921. J WILLIAM DAVIS. Administrate, c. t. a. To-t ASBI'RY C. RILEY. Register of Wills. Attention! The ladies of Worcester County are most respectfully requested to Call and examine the latest arrivals in Shoes and Dry Goods M.T. Hargis & Co. Snow Hill, Md. School Days are almost here and we haven nice supply of pencils, tablets and composition books. We are able to assist the mother in packing; the lunch with cold meats such as boiled nam, minced ham. potted meats for sandwiches, etc. Here are a few of our every day prices in Groceries and meats. Look them over Two best grades flour per 12 lb. sack . . 47c. Corn beef per can .... 15c. to 25c. Roast beef large can 25c. Tomatoes large can .... 2 for 25c. Campbell’s Pork & Beans large . . . 10c. Armour’s Pan Cake flour fresh package . 7c. Mackerel each sc. Porterhouse and Sirloin Steak . . 35c. Round Steak 30c. Stewing beef Sc. to 18c. Roasts per lb 15c. to 30c. Pork chops per lb 35c. Lamb, veal, lard, etc. at lowest market prices. When in need of feeds for stock and poultry call on us. Yours for business, E. M. JONES SNOW HILL, MARYLAND YODR CELLAR This is a good time to build a cellar, so that it will be a DRY CELLAR. This is a good time to repair your old cellar and make it a DRY CELLAR. In fact our business is Concrete Work. I’m the Man Who Knows Mow We do it right and we guarantee it. We want the people of Worcester County to give us their con crete work. We are located at Berlin and a card or letter will bring us to you for consultation and esti mate. Don’t hesitate to use us. E. P. DOWNING BERLIN. MARYLAND Successor to THE DOWNING CONCRETE CO. SEITEMBER 10, 1921.