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STOCKTON The infant on of Mr. and .Vi-. vVil lian Shai'|iley is quite ill. Misses Sabra and Cecilia Houston left this week to attend the State Normal School at Towson. Md. Mr. Thomas Tarr, of Baltimore. was a visitor in town this week. Miss Nellie Redden, of Haltimore. is visiting her uncle, Mr. Milhy Han cock. Miss Marjorie Nock is visiting friends at Allen near Salisbury. Miss Eva Trader, of llerlin, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. .lohn Sheppard. Mrs. Sallie llrown. of Kastville. Va., is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mis. John I title. Mr. Thomas Payne, who lives near town, is the champion calf grower of this vicinity. recently shipped a calf eleven we/ks and six days old, which weighed ,'lYt) |hs. The calf sold for I.l’ cents per pound, or $41.85. Miss Klinor Nelson, of New Church, is the guest of her aunts. Misses Laura and Onic Collins. Anyone finding a purse will please return to the owner, and receive re ward. For owner’s name, see adver tisement in another column. Mr. Claire Brandon met with a painful accident last Saturday at a garage in Snow Hill. He was as sisting in having new springs put on his car, whdp his left hand was badly mashed. IK- went to the hospi tal in Salisbury,' where it was found necessary to amputate his little finger. On Tuesday Mr. Brandon returned to the Hospital, where it was found that the finger was healing so rapidly that - the stretchers were removed. Dr. .1. I>. Dickerson took Mr. Wil liam Chapman, who has been suffer ing with an affected leg for some time, to the Peninsula General Hos pital. Salisbury, last Monday. An operation was performed, and William is reported to he improving. Rev. M. W. Marini and wife, of Felton, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter. Elizabeth Bromley Marine. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah dayman, of l’ocomoke, and son. Mr. Russell Hay man. and wife, were guests of Mrs. Ella Collins recently. Mr. Asa Pollitt. of Wilmington, has gone into partnership with Mr. H. 1.. Mason. He will occupy the house vacated by Mr. Frank Taylor, who is occupying part of Mr. Angelo Tat man's house. Berlin Races! THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6th Franklin Driving Park 1 O’clock Sharp .’1 BIG RACES! BIGGER ll T RSES Than Ever Eastern Shore o! Maryland Virginia and Delaware Horses Will Enter MUSIC BY BAND Everybody Come COLLINS & CO. SNOW HILL MATINEE RACES Thursday, September 29th Commencing at I O’clock, I*. M., sharp THREE RACES Ist Free-for-all. 2nd—2.25, trot and pace. .'!rd—Jt.no. minute trot. SI 90.00 to he given in premiums. Premiums will lie awarded to first, second, third and fourth horses. Right re.-drvi d to call off any race with less than four starters. The! track will he put in first class condi tion. and :. great many horse- are already here. Th< entries will in clude horses from Snow Hill. Poco moke. Rishopville. Salisbury, and from Delaware and Virginia. An afternoon of fine sport is as sured. Come, everybody, and watch them step. SNOW HILL DRIVING PARK W11.1.1S <;. WIMBROW, Owner. SrATON ,v WHALEY, Solicitors ORDER NISI William O. Payne, Assignee of Geoige K. Disharoon, mortgagee of Mary C. Selby, ex parte. In the Circuit Court for Worcester County. In Equity. No. 31J58. September Term, 1921. To wit: September 12th, 1921. ORDERED that the sale made and reported by William O. Payne. As signee in the above cause described, he ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof lie shown on or before the Kith day of October, 1921, provided a copy of this order Ik* inserter! in some newspaper printed in Worcester County once in each of three su 'cessive weeks before the 3rd day of October in the year nineteen hundred and twenty-one. 'Hie report states the amount of sales to be $500.00. OLIVER D. COLLINS. Clerk. True Copy, Test: OLIVER I). COLLINS, Clerk. i.—E ,1 ... —— The water pouring over Niagara Falls represents seven million horse power, and not one-tenth of it is used. The great electrical scientists arc now planning a "superpower system" which shall run all factories, railroads, strict cars, lighting plants cast of the Allegheny . mountains from Maine south to Washington Their idea is to use prac tically all the water in the falls and make Niagara the head center of thi system The picture shows power houses (above) and the falls (below) Copyrighted picture by special arrangements between this new..paper and Popular Science Monthly I.oROY SMITH. Solicitor Assignee’s Sale OK VARI ABLE Real Estate By virtue of the power contained | in each of two mortgages from Al- I free! L. Tilglimun and Hettie J. Tilgh man, his wife, to George B. Tilgh man, dated January 8, 1909, and Sep tember 3, 1910, both recorded among the land records of Worcester County, Maryland, in Liber O. I). C. No. 3, folios 312 and 313, and in Liber O. I). C. No. 7, folio 356 et seq., respectively, default having oc cured therein, the undersigned as signee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in front of the Court House, in Snow Hill. Worces ter County, Maryland SATURDAY, September 17th, 1921 AT 2.30 O’CLOCK. I*. M. all those lots or parcels of land, to gether with the improvements, !y ing and 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 L. Tilghman resided at the time id' his death, it being the same property which was conveyed to the said Alfred L. Tilghman by the following deeds: From Thomas I*. Selby and wife, by deed dated Jan uary 3, 1905, recorded among the land records of Worcester County, Maryland, in Liber F. H. I*. No. 22. folio II; from Noah L. I'cnnewell • nd wife, by deed dated January 10, 1906. recorded among the land records aforesaid, in Liber F. 1L I*. No. 21. folios 202 et sequitur. TERMS OF SALK—CASH Title papers at expense of pur j chaser. LellOY SMITH. Assignee. The household and kitchen fuini j lure of Alfiod L. Tilghman, deceased. | will be sold on the above described premises on the same date at 10 o’clock. A. M. GEORGE 11. TIId!HMAN, Administrator. ] STATON* A- WHALEY. Atty’s-at-Law NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the sub seriber has obtained from the Or phans’ Court for Worcester County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the personal estate of LAI RA 'll. DAMS late of Worcester County, deceased. All persons 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 may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of the said estate. AH persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. (liven under my hand this 27th day of August, 1921. J. WILLIAM DAMS, Administrar, c. t. a. Test ASH CRY C. RILEY. Register of Wills. HOLD ON TO A HOOD THING “Gimme a handful of waste," I cried,, , I was under the car to grease it. ■ But Bill had an armful of waist in tiie car And wasn’t disposed to release it. I i DRINKS ON THEM Wife—And now the Thompsons ’ have phoned to say they can’t come! Host Iga/ing affectionately at de . pleteil stock) —Oh, well, the less the merrier. Report of the Condition of THE MO ME! BANK VT NKWAKK. Ml) Ai thff flnm* of Sept. 6th. IV2I RESOURCES Isouns mol Di-counts $ 51,651 Pi Overdraft*Mprirnl ami unsecured -2.51 Stwk*. Komis. Srcurptitw, etc* 1,500.00 i ItankiriK Horn***. * G.ooO.im Furniture ami fixtures 1.000.00 Due* from approved Reserve Aip lit* 2.77*1.70 fill money rM*rve in Bank 2.261 .*6 ! Total tih.27B 53 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in * 12.5tMt.00 Surplus Fund .1,000.00 Uimli\ •Jt*l Profit*. le** opense-. inter estand taxes paid 1.6*7.17 Deposit subject to check 32,193 06 Deposits Saving* Special 1M.H07.10 Total i 68,27 m. 53 State of Mu? > lam! \V *rc**ter t'ounty. **: I. I.cwia .1 Tull. <’ashier of the als*ve named Institution do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the lies! of u> knowledge and belief LEWIS TITLL. Cashier Sub.-n iU*d and sworn tobefote me this 13th day of Sept. 1021. JOHN F SMITH. N !’ Correct fittest HARRY W BOWEN. I JOHN W MUM FORD. Director* JOHN L. MASON E. STANLEY TOADVIN & THOMAS H. LEWIS, Jr.. Solicitors. ORDKK OF IM III.K ATION Hartwell M. Malone and Agnes E. Malone, Plaintiff:-. vs. Walter T. D'dTy, Louise Duffy, Nellie Duffy and Alexander (’. Duffy, et al. I lefendunts. No. 31 12 t'hanceiy. In the Circuit Court for Worcester County and State of Maryland. In Equity. The object of this suit is to pro cure a decree for the sale of certain property in Worcester County in the State of Maryland whirl) was de vi ed by Joshua Sturgis to the chil dren of f.lary A. Malone. Ihe bill states that Hartwell M. Malone, Mary A. Chatham, Cora Bunting Malone. Katherine Malone, Waller 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 ->f Mmy A. Malone bv the last will ami ti -lament of Jo.-hua Sturgis, the said lard being situated in Worces ter County and State of Maryland, and being sometimes known as "The Henry Johnson Farm,” containing about 230 acres of land: and that the said land is not susceptible of parti tion amongst Om parties without material loss and injury; and that it would l>e for t!m benefit and ad an tage of the said par.ies that the land be sold and the proceeds divided ••.it ongst the parties a- their respec tive interests may appear; and that the defendants, Walter T. Duffy. Lou ise Duffy, Nellie Duffy and Alexan der C. Duffy, are non-residents of the State of Maryland, residing in the City of Wilmington and Slate of I )elaware. It is thereupon this sth day of September, in the year nimteen bun dled and twentv-one. ORDERED BY THE CIRCUIT'COFUT EUR WOR CESTER COUNTY AND STATE OE MARYLAND, IN EQUITY, that the • plaintiffs hv causing a copy of this order to In- inserted in some news paper published in the said Worces | ter County once in each of four (-1) ; successive weeks before tin* sth day 1 of October, 1921, giving notice to the said non-resident defendants of the ! object and substance of this bill, i warning them to he and appear in | this Court in person or by solicitor on !or before the 21st day of October, next, to show cause, if any they have why a decree ought not to be passed as prayed. 1 Test: — OLIVER I). COLLINS,CIerk. True Copy, Test:— OLIVER D. COLLINS, Clerk. • Mother—Those little playmates of ! yours look rather common, Bobbie. 1 • hope none of them swear. • Bobbie—Oh. some of ’em try to, mother, hut they ain’t much good at it. THE DEMOCRATIC' MESSENGER, SNOW HILL. MARYLAND. KKPORT OK TIIK CONDITION OK First National Bank of Snow Hill i at Snow Hill, in the Stae of Maryland, at the clos* of business. Set t I’th. IH2I. RESOURCES I.nans and Discounts f^th.lftta.Hß Ovc.-draft* MTuriil . i*v. 17 unwvUK.ll f|7 22 6M4l mi Dcp.-it to secure circulation f2‘.iM>.oo Other 11. S. Gov. M*curtttes <lO, MOO. ini NOO.M) Oth llonds. St oki*. Htvuritim oti*. Ronkinv houNr. f.iuouo Furniture and Fixtures 2.l'nhhi ! .awful Rwrvc with Fwli*il Hank 2*.2.'1d ♦’<* Cash in vault 33.W5.fi7 Net amount due from Hanks. Hankers, and Trust Companies N.*.2f.fM> i Checks and other rash items outside oss r, Kedt-mntion fund with If. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 1.2&V00 Total FCM LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in MtNi.iNiO.no Suri.lu* fund .'iii.(nnmh) j Undivided profits fs.ns7.HT I*e* H expenses paid 2.!&*.&! fi.K*9.:tr | Circulatinir Notes 24.400.00 Amount dueto National Hank' H.H'o o*> Amount due to I tanks and (tankers HI 1.72 ; CertiAfil checks mitstandinK 112,37 Cashier's Cheeks outstanding 2 3d: It Individual di posits subject to check 1!!.,'>n1.U2 Other time depitsits 277.13H.7s Total t , State of Maryland. County of Worcester, ss. i. Win. K. Uratten. Cashier of the above-named 1 hank do aolemrdy swear that the above statement ! In true to the liost of my know led Re and belief. WM. K URATTEN. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to Itefore me this 11th day jot Sept 1921. K W MARSHALL. N. P. Correct- Attest: THOS. IV WIIARTON. i K W MrM ASTF.R Directors /.ADOK POWELL I <1 Now that the Primaries and Baseball ]i seasons are over, you will turn your ;; ;; attention to the \\ 1 New FALL CLOTHES ii i: :i o Suits That Embrace The Latest in Fashions. :: jj; A smart new suit and September weather cannot be Uo \y insistent in luring one out into the crisp out-docrs. It is <• |o good to know that this year it is possible to get values in <) , j suits of excellent fabrics, smart and new in style, well made - and warranted to wear, at prices that are not burdensome, o o 2 Suit Prices Range from $20.00 to $75.00. o o O • ‘ i: NEW COATS i: :: :: II Coats were never more attractive than they are this o j; season. Fashioned of soft-surfaced, warm wool fabrics. o with or without fur trimmings, in belted or loose effects, y o many featuring large cape-like collars: our collection affords o J; wide choice. • J; ;; > II Coat Prices Range from $15.00 to $125.00. <> | jj o Fashion’s Latest Tendencies Are Correctly <> ii o Reflected in This Superb Selection of | FALL DRESSES $ ii ii o Distinctive style features make the Street Frocks above * JI the common-place, whether of tricotine, Poiret twill or o | duvetyne and whether straight line, flared or in tunic style. \\ o Afternoon Frocks in seemingly every variation of prevailing <> modes, cleverly fashioned from soft, drapy fabrics such as o ;; kitten’s-ear, Georgette, crepe de chine, chiffon, canton crepe o and fiimy lace, with beautiful trimmings, artistically applied. <> :: il !! Dress Prices Range from $10.05 to $00.50. < , o <► o <► ~ ■ ' ...■. ' < < > I, ♦ The Charm of the New Fall Styles Is Expressed in This Millinery. <! Hats for every purpose, street, afternoon and dress wear. < > J! exclusive and distinctive models for women whose demands < are for out of the ordinary types. We offer for your inspec- J; IJI tion an unusual variety of interesting dress, semi-dress and <> I]; tailored hats for immediate wear. Soft lines, soft fabrics, o > rich velvet, panne and duvetyn combinations are the domin- y !! ant features in these new hats. . < > :: :: II Hat Prices Range from $5.00 to $18.50. > | SALISBURY Oii See Our S d Work j REPORT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF The Commercial National Bank, ' at Snow Hill, in the State of Mary la ml. at the 1 close of business. Sept Olh. 1921. RESOURCES , loans and Discounts flHl.osl.ri2 Overdrafts, secured #37H.37 . Unsecured 1 •.#;! 1.71M.W : C.S. securities owned H3.106.H2 . Other Ronds, securities. 241.3**3. 011 Honk my hotiM- 4.7*10.00 ! Furniture and Fixtures 2.HH7.93 . Lawful reset ve with Federal Hank 19.22*1.01 t Fash in vault 11.1W.M Amount due from State bank, bankers | and Oust Companies 1.010 20 , Checks on other Hanks in town M7.4H j Checks and other Cash Items outside 111 Redemption fund w ith If. S. Treasurer 2 MiO.OO , Other assets 2.94H.59 . Total Sfttt.tnn.4ti UAHII.ITIES 1 Capital stock paid in $ r 4),000.00 , I Surplus fund 27.U00.00 Undiviib-d profit*. 12,Ntif.12 Circulatinir note* outstanding 1N.400.00 \ Amount due to National Hanks 1.&47.HH , Amount due State lianke*. bankcrs.etc 64 , Certified ('heel ■ outstanding 1H3.2K 1 (Tits tiler’s Checks out stand IHR SO 01 1 Individual depoxit* subject to check 127. HW 31 , Dividends Unpaid 16 ** Other time de|Msits 836.MW.70 Liabiliti nothe: than those stated above 407.30 1 Total . fHMi.IOO.Ii; State of Maryland. Cunty of Worcester, sn : I. Geo. S. Payne. President of the above named bam., do solemnly swear that the above state* meut i title to the l***t of my knowledge and belief. GKO. S PAYNE. Pies Suhserilted an 1 sworn to lieforeme this llthday of Sept IH2I F. W MARSH ALL.N P. Correct Attest ; LAWRENCE HASTINGS, f .1 NMKS W. HANCOCK. Direct*.*.. IIKRHERT W MASON I 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. * i I ' •*. Everybody must eat to live and the thing we want to know most is where we can best obtain good food. We keep everything that’s good to eat and we sell it at the lowest possible price Beef Lamb j Veal Pork Chickens Groceries, Fruits Vegetables, Etc. E. M. JONES SNOW HILL, MARYLAND _____ ■ Just a Minute ... Dut* to tin- 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. Quilt Calicos. Flannelettes. Serges (both plain and plaids) Sport Suitings. I nderwear. Sweaters and the like. ANI) ALSO, with the same care he selected our new Fall stock of Wool and Fiber. Axminster and Tapestery Kugs, Bed Steads. Bed Blankets, Mattresses. Household Furni ture of all kinds and China ware. We are now able to show you a really and truly high class stock of goods at astonishing low prices. Chas. B. Timmons & Son SNOW HILL. MI). SEPTEMBER 17. 1921.