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SEPTEMBER 17, 1921
you've Struck it! Right when you Lights CAMEL Your taste will tell you that! For Camels have the flavor and fragrance of choicest tobaccos, perfectly blended. They’re smooth and mellow mild. And there’s NO CIGARETTY AFTER TASTE. We put the utmost quality into this one brand. Camels are as good as it’s possible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a f cigarette. That’s why Camels are i HE (QUALITY CIGARETTE. rcimimnitnnnwiiiiiMaiMSKMHWllMMSHiaHHinmilfflHHllß i I | All Auto. Accessories 1 1 Are Cheaper § ! NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY | 5 tfl I tjj | Best Tires and Tubes | I GOODYEAR Cords and Fabrics | I REPUBLIC Fabrics p 1 Sunoco Motor Oil I e & EG Saves vour motor, gives more mileage. Ihe best motor oil on the market. 56 m k B S ttj 1 Buick and Chevrolet Cars 1 I 1 10. W. Wilson Sales Co. I 1 Snow Hill, Maryland | THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER, SNOW HILL, MARYLAND. —. I Love Laughs at Motors Uy FREDERICK HART. * ■ *> .%•• • iu w i .- t !i 4 e "Tin lla: or > !M*j*h*iy I• r*:t *l**wii. ~. !• I lip h.ii I 11 ii" to hi" • -, .i.h, Vv ill' 1 !*••• I I *;i vl> "i <’lili I—• •in •• i t ■ n.v I l.iii-. "JlilL 1 : k : What 11 a* *!•*? Wt* rant "t.iv 1 1 •■i * ■ ;imi i!‘" u* ' i a. ate." Wnitr*i wi* -* uii\i>>ii". >ln* Litiv llnin tl. •-••uni ry f 1 i:t ( h*’\ Ai-re a 1 **ii#4 am> tin ■ i l. i ,i;,•! "ii .*/j an ll*'*pl*l!*'i I >•■ <l. M*>l .->*\. i a ha<l an *J*ti *l ;li< • I 11. i l l - . latinli l"i .> iii*l ••; M'ii ini'. Sit*- dih imt ..;!%>• It. n .tin! :♦ i .(> at ln*r familv li |•• •• I !• • r i.in.i:*<i had ill"i."te>l >|i 11 •• i ■i; iat ha- I**• ’• • t>> llilll. Sm "!i> had le"i ‘-i I**d I > "an! yes" wlm ii li* . i her ;•> p* ' 11Ii him. 1 Mirim: th i *!■ h> hid 11**t made him* "> lt Mitifi"!'i ** hi ! .11 ntiv •a V . hilt "he tt.T" liefVMH". the 11 |'i >" |M•* f fJt hum time np**nt ’h him mi a d* serted r*a*l did led Imld mit prmills** of pleasure. i an! v*u *l<* -mue! hum; >he lisked. ‘ I'm at raid nm- U im: r d !“ Sb* stapl'd af lie !•!•■ •>! hi" vniee. It "••♦•iin*l that l.ii wmM i*i*;ir> were realized >•• i;• d !•> "?*'|* llilll he fm-e If .;•*! starf.-d “Now. li*l. I\i h>hl \• 11 'h.it I ilon’l h\* >mi and • ati t love ymt. You know \" l\e -to d tile lIIJIhV times, and l‘ve alwa.V" -aid m. and always will. I'm "mi . f• ii* I dmit want to hurt voiii iVelm.s, |.!|t that's all fliere i" to it. ' “Winifred. I kl.nA >oll le jl|"t tea"- llm Hie lead • mi I love jolt. and I'm yoiim r. • v**u liefort* she emild sltii-j • free tr*.:i the r<hes had eaimli! ii• r in hi" ami" and was tr\inir !•• ki>" h r. “lad iih- .:•> h eried. N "ii -:•.• i!" t die arm • ana ;• • and "le planted fi "tiiiL'im: "lap •• hi< f.-e-e. ii " • >es darkened with r: “Y*r i! p;.\ up- •*r that!" lie >r<an>l out. and ? • d t.* " '.*• le*r apiln : hut “Let Me Go!” She Cried. a hand that seeim-d mad* .* t iron Closed mi hi" e*at e!l:tr and w remdie.l him mi! of 'h* i*a ll< fell t* the ground. uv*r him was standing a man lie knew. “Hilly Ynhtine Winitred " voice was full of thanktuim-"". Hut Hilly looked only at tie prostrate man at his feet. ••iSet out of h r* he snapped. Hi* hard Harr - r*, "I I won't lea\• Winifred “You have fe’feit••*| any rijrht you ever had t* he with le*r. tot out! I’ll hritm the • :tl lioln*' Ho le*w. he for*' I Hut Hiehanl Harris was already "linking away ll* had m stoiliaeh for a hntfh* with tin husky Hilly. When he had disappeared Wini fred" overstrained nerves ir:tv- aay nml she s*hhed unrestrainedly. Hilly, lik* the wise man that le- was. let her have her *ry out and then gently let her tell him the whole "t**ry. When Rite had finished he flushed a dark red. “The low hound he said between his teeth. Then he added • “Let lll*' look at tile •*.'!■ I’ossihly I enn tl\ It "•* w*i enti *tutfp*r home somehow He made tier eotnfortald* **n the seat itid went around !*■ the fr*nt of the ear. lor awhile she lietird him tlnkerlm: tMiee ti asked her where the serew driver was ILr faee lit with hope “t'an you ti\ it. •!•• you think?" “I don’t know hut I’ll try ” ll*' returned t* his tinkerim: In ti few minutes hr stralk'lltetle'l himself, a peeiiliat • Npress *>n mi hi" faee. "Win.” he said. “1 don’t know whether or mu 1 an ti\ this ear hilt thefe's else I want to li\ and fix for all tin * Win dear you know. don’t you. that I\* loved you for ever and ever s ( > lent:? I know tiff ym * ’ally want you to marry* Tell tin*- Isn't thor* rfrained from look -1 Ink at him and toyed witli ttir* corner oj ohe of tile file's. “Hilly "tie "aid at last. "I know you’ve loved me, and Hilly I love you!” Im a mom .mi he was in th* scat be side her, with his arms around her. teliin;; InM all tile that lovers have to say ; and "he !id n*t " ni nvr.s*' t" irnm 'lifn: in faet. "li* said a niimher m things h*'is-lf whi*h must hov* he*c n*ei- tor Hilly N autili*' " homely eoiiiiloiian* • lit with j*y as In heard th* ei. N* , ith* , r of th* :.; ||Oti**| 111. p;;"" ill- *>l time till "U*l ♦ h illy Winifred -av* a start. “Hilly!" she .Tied. I. * L The sun’" U'un:: down :• i:i w* re twenty miles from home' It 1 don't pu tler* in time fr dime • :i.tli**r wil i* arly die: She'll think all sorts tiling"! ftll. wiini iii u> >i>. I’.111;, (srliui.')l liir iiyaiii Will In :inl ":it)'l I'll si*** If I ■ ti ' ...i *’l • I" 'III* COIlflMllnll*l! 1*111"." •"•Hi. lit*\i*r mint! ll • ki" rrii'il WiliifriM|. "I'liu-. ir> in li\ It.' Wt. must iri*t liuiiii*!” I'.llt Itillj W;i. •>* ■• Itllll • • "Tlhti* !" sin* vttiil ;it “Tlu rf's xiutr kiss mill unu |ili*ii*- |ili*jisi* tix tli.it itwftii nmi 1111!• I'm* itlisH. i* llilll I'll! Ills I'l-i t nil lllt> si'lf-s,urii i Tli.*. i u:i> :i llilll iiiid :i rnnr. sun! Hi. *:-i.i.>r Imr-t intn llf<*. Wlnlfn * *** .*! ill liim 11 Mull'.: iiniii/.i-iiii'iil. "Tli. i*. *■:.* m.liltin’ n.n; u.ili tin* I’iir." 'iiiil I’.illv L’liiltily. "I *ii• k miis him: in '"U. Iln iii*i*ti*iiih 1 1 iluii In* llilll l.rnl.i i* llnU n ' * I Silt I 111 •I i! Vi HI ■" I'.llli lii'lit nt i*r Iln* ivtiiil. "Will. In till lull tin* null Win." In* -mil. "I ivn- :it'r:.i l l lluil if I li t tills i*li:* ll *.■ L'n I'll in*ii*r s.*i*i >1)• tin* tn*rv** l" nil urn m'liii, S*> I ivi*ll, I must |ili*iii| iMiiltj m imi." "1 tl I l.i Viiutlm I llilnk imi iv it Imi*- rlil. •1•* ** 1 1 fill. ilurliiiL' limit*;' *in • I Wlnifrml. I’.llli lmn*lii.l i*xnll:intlv. “Tims. Inst iwn unrils simil my llf*." Ill* i*l*l •*• I. "ll* *1 "II In 111. s. nt I’m irniny In |;:t sixty nil tin ivnv hnnm!" \ A Tonic \ For Women t JU "I was hardly able to drag, 1 A kJ was so weakened,’'writes Mrs. s. jf W. I-. Ray, ol Eas'cy, S. C. ? “The doctor treated me torabc! ™ y two months, sii'l I didn't get ▼ A any better. 1 had a large lam- f! fyl ily r.nd fe'.t 1 surely must dc X something to enable me to take ▲ care ol my little ones. I had H ▼j heard of (The Woman’s Tonic "I decided to try it,” con tinues Mrs. Ray ... “I took eight bottles in all ... I re- ▼ gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo- manly weakness. I have ten children and am able to do all my housework and a lot out- Jr doors ... I can sure recom- * mend Car Jui.” M Tal.e Cardui today. II may L’ be just what you need. At all druggists. M Own your owr? borne You can do it. if you arc a stock holder in the SNOW Mil,l. HI'II.IHNG AM* LOAN ASSO CIATION. participate ir; al the earnings of this Association. Stock is only on.' dollar a shar. ,i month. If you want to hii a no: u ot build a home, and want an easi way to pay for it. call on either n; the officers of th ; s Association. *nd he will put you right. You can -tart right now. MARION 1 HARGIS. President. WM I*. CORPDUY. Secretary. Slow Hill Buildin? Lo?.n Association SNOW HILL. MARYLAND CHICHESTCTi S PILLS THK IMA MO M Uli AM*. A y'm*V V.MU*-! A*V)*>urllrucfUll r/ A f if oXA ( lil -h**-t-r • I*l*mm>hl ' **\ fc'wSvA rnuio !<i • i .*u * y / C. !. irt, tn.rl MIL I ' I , Vs*S TtVe r olkrr. I** * of v I nf Mrunlit. A* ’• f• € " l-l ’' t -.'l -4 JC jf RIAMONfI ItKVMf IMI.!S \ V U yearn boo writs fif t.- . et.A r SOLD BI ORIGGISTS FILT, I>H. W. 11. RICKETIS Dentist SNOW HILL. MI). I'liiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiimiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHimi 1 Low Prices on Tires | E Absolutely new Stock guaranteed firsts at f wonder prices. .'!() \ .'IS l nited Staff- Noblj Tread 51 4.65 s ~ .!l \ I I nit eel States Noblj Tread 16.N5 E E :)'l \ I hrllj Springfield Kant Slip 27.25 = E \ 1 Kellj Sprinufield Kant Slip 25.45 = S .1 1 \ I Omar Non Skid 15.60 E S '■>- \ I • I nited States Chain Tread 21.K5 E S •'!■* \ I! Fisk Non Skid .‘!2.10 E E :M \ It Diamond 10.00 E E ’>6 \ii Goodyear Cord I nick Tire" fis.9o E r .'id \ 0 tioodyear Cord Truck Tires. New E = equipment on truck replaced with 5 another make 51.40 5 | Ail sizes in Fisk and Kelly at proportion- I E ately low prices Call in and look this stock § | over or mail your order. S I LESTER F. ADKINS | = Berlin, Maryland S iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimii First on the Appetite List ONCE the crispness ana charm of Grape-Nuts have been tested by the family, there’s one item that stands prom inently out in the marketing list thereafter. That’s Grape-Nuts. 4 The twenty hours of continuous baking have produced, from the natural richness of wheat and malted barley, a food that , is uniquely sw r eet with sugar developed from the grains themselves, and whose crispness and flavor make a delightful appeal to every member of the family. And Grape-Nuts is soundly nourishing 1 —a great builder of health and strength. Served with cream or milk, as a cereal for breakfast or lunch, or made into a pudding for dinner. See that your marketing list includes this delicious, economical food, today. All grocers. “There’s a Reason” for Grape-Nuts m ' MVWH • * ■ Light-Six You can now have prompt delivery of this New Studebaker-Built Sedan SOL\ ING the* I rails |* or tat ion problem* of the world for over fK \.ar* lias gi\en to Stude- baker fi e\periencr th.it eminent |\ qtinlihe-. thnn to produce cmlo-ed ear- that are not only beautiful and comfortable, but highly practicd a- well. The Nm Si n\N i- a mu.iiTpir. .. of I. art. nlv from it.. Mamlpomt of I>eaut\ of fine, ami ri.-l, it- mi ni.-. 1...1 more .1 reflf that ■i.l.uill quality of -t.h.litv gainr.l only kv tbo-e many yiar> of experience. Farmers & Merchants Purchasing Coporation Pocomoke City. ,Md. Jl *s£ ■; f o b South Hend "Messenger" Printing Is The Best PAGE THREE The V'* I.I(.IlT-SlX S’l>\n wa* designed bv Studebaker and i built complete iii Studebaker far tone*, Studebaker** manufacturing e\|**ri rncr and irdirr ut knowledge of coach building \oiir a*-hi ranee that tin* Sedan i built to withstand j*dt ami-trains o| long road service. ,l n 's quiclnr— of powr and r, r,1,,,n fr ""' New "" Mumlard. <-10-. il jar comfort. lh-lra.l.n* “'V 1 ho.lv v,. hrat.on. I.a.e Ihti, cl..,muted, Wo are ready now to ilrnioustrate ami make prompt deliveries.