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—■ ett’s Gape Cure rr* * powder k( inhal* thr (lust Kill* th* worm u Omn-Mv** th* chick*. OULTRY RAISIN'! BOTH PROFIT ABLE A AND PLEASANT m*T r*turn#d if not ntiaflol. rrrs cape core -<*. postpaid •**cctvd Addrcu :kett*s gape cure co. S. HILLSBORO. MO. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Is is to Rive notice that the •rsigned, tiuding as Davis & :ler, proprietors of the Snow Hill eery, have dissolved partnership, eph A. Wheeler has purchased the .merest of Frank T. Davis and will conduct the business at the same stand. FRANK T. DAMS JOSEPH A. WHEELER I Announcement I have purchased the drug store of Dr. Paul Jones in Snow Hill and am now in charge of same. lam no stranger to most of you and therefore need no formal intro duction. I shall keep an up-to-date store, and sell the very best drugs and chemicals and all articles" usually found in a first class drug store. I shall endeavor to merit your patronage , and hope to receive a good share of it. Any way. come to see me and make yourself at home at HIGGINS’ DRUG STORE SNOW HILL. MD. ’•' 4 ~- f: kjv ; |f.?.g|p. ‘ $ g s *- fcW *5 OT : fe *■“ _jJT > I i :i ~ ~~_f—rf-lv. I ■j — r-rr"■ aonMjn •* * autocasuh f* U..rTI- J EJ3 i pßlf ~~ -~h- i 3 £ f r fcj fTj 11 j£ i L 'ZZJ-i.l r-rr-M | te> to* n 1 J |-- tuna £ A home of your own is one of life’s greatest treasures. In J | 1J it are centered the thoughts and cherished ambitions of a eS lifetime of effort and pleasures, f I'nlike most comforts, 53 f it’s a dividend-paying mv. The saving while f t paying for a home encourages thrift, and building up an estate X ! larger than n. id othsrwia have. I| We can be of it j great help in getting' ready to build. In selecting a pian, in de- $ ciding on suitable materials, in developing the whole scheme of E Ba the work, we are fully experienced and our service is freely at t ;’ ■ your command. m I thf 1 I ' gj j SNOW HILL. MD. \ §3 ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS * THE LATEST PATTERNS IN WALL PAPER 10c Apiece. Gilt. 12)c Apiece Window Shades, All Colors 36x90 75c, 90c and 31.00 •'16x72 55c, 65c and 31.25 •12x90 31.75 48x90 32.75 50x90 33.50 Lucas Paints, lb 30c. Floor Stains, qt 65c. THOMAS & MESSER CO. 1015 Went Baltimore St. BALTIMORE, MA R YI. A NI) —ln our ambition to rise some of i us tret to the top, some of us merely go up in the air. —Footprints in the sands of time will show the historian of the future that some of us have been going back- I ward. THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER. SNOW HILL, MARYLAND. NEWARK M. E. CHARGE. CEDARTOWN. 9.30 A. M., Preaching. 10.30 A. M., Sundav School. BOWEN CHURCH. NEWARK. 10.00 A. M. Sunday School, 11.00 A. M.. Preaching. 7.00 P. M., Epworth League Song Service. 7.30 P. M., Preaching. IRONSHIKE. 2.00 P. M., Sunday School. 3.00 P. M., Preaching. W. F. GODWIN, Pastor. C.IRDLETREE M. E. CHURCH 10.00 A. M. Sunday School. Arthur Hudson, Superintendent. 11.00 A. M. Preaching. 11.15 A. M. Baptismal service. 7.45 I’. M. Children’s Dav service. I). 11. PRETTYMAN, Pastor. WHATCOAT M. E. CHURCH REV. ELWOOD W. JONES, Pastor. Sunday. 10.00 A. >L, Church School, i 11.00 A. M., Preaching. 6.30 I*. M., Twilight Service. Wednesday night Praver Meeting. NOTES: The pastor’s subject Sunday morn ing will In- "The Nearness of God." At the Twilight service—“ How to Keep House.” A short and helpful service. Old familiar hymns. A daily vacation ISiide School live days a week will begin in this church at o’clock Monday morning for children from three to fifteen years. Parents I are invited. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear daughter, Margaret A. llayiis, who fell asleep three years ago today, June 19th, 1919, aged 16 years. In a snow white casket, Nestling softly among the flowers. Lies our darling Margaret, Who such a little while was ours. Sometime, somewhere, our eyes shall -ee The form we loved so well; ometime we’ll clasp her hand- in ours. And never say farewell. Keep her. Jesu.\ in Thy keeping, Till we reach the other shore, Then, O Father, let us have her To love and cherish as before. - Mi. and Mr-. W. H. I'.ayli-. Recent Transfers Of Real Estate May Y. Veascy from Harriet Mo- ! Master King, real estate on the north- j erl.v side of Market Street, in Poco moke City. Consideration. $lO, ctr. Isaac C. Henry from Hattie C. Dirirkxon, small triangular parcel of land containing 12-100 acre, more or less, in Flowertown, in Berlin. Con-, sideration, $lO. etc. George W. Riley, Sr., from Hattie L. Dirickson 21-100 acres of land, more or less, in Flowertown, in Her- ; lin. Consideration, sl6, etc. J. Richard Phillips, Jr., from Char lotte E. Furbush and husband, ct al„ I 58-100 acre of land, more or less, in Berlin, in the Third Election District, Consideration, sl, etc. Cyrus Warren from Charlotte K. Furbush and husband. 1 13-100 acres of land, more or less, in Berlin, in the I Third Election District. Consider ation, $lO, etc. Daniel W. Shaw, Sr., and Louise A. Shaw, his wife, from Elwood E. ; Matthews and wife, et al„ real estate ! on Fourth Street, in Pocomoke City. Consideration, SIOO, etc. Ann A. Lloyd from E'wood E. Matthews and wife, real estate on the northeast side of Market Street, in Pocomoke City. Consideration, SIOO, j etc. Edward C. Bundick from Daniel H.j Hancock and wife, one acre of land near Stockton. Consideration, sl. Oliver D. Collins from Henry B. Pilchard, Collector, etc., three lots in Ocean City. Consideration, $25. Paul M. Widdowson and Doris P. Widdowson, his wife, front Greens bury Dennis and wife, 7 .'sl-40 acres of land, more or less, on the southerly side of the road leading from the village of Friendship to Friendship Station, in the Ninth Election Dis trict. Consideration, $lO, etc. Silas R. Payne and Cpshur P. Stevenson from Maurice <l. Brimer and wife, real estate, on the north- 1 west side of Second Street, in Poco- ! ■moke City. Consideration. §I,OOO, j etc. John Francis Wilson from The! State of Maryland. “Wilson’s Island," containing 1.86 acres, more or less, in the Second Election District. Con sideration— John Francis Wilson from The State of Maryland, “Wild (loose Tump.” containing 5.16 si|. poles, more or less, on the Second Election District. Consideration Wm. H. Griffin from Levin C. Mur ray and wife, 15 3-5 acres of land, more or less, near Selbyville, Del. Consideration, $1,500. MORE COOL SUMMER FROCKS ARRIVE! These cool frocks will help you to forget the intense heat. Organdies, Voiles, Printed Crepes, Shantung, Linen, Ratine, Dotted and Gingham. Plenty of models to suit every style. Plenty of prices to suit every purse. Great reductions on all Ladies’ Suits and Coats. We have reduced every garment for quick clearance. SIO.OO Ladies’ Jersey Suits . . . $0.95 $25.00 Sport Tweed Suits . . . $10.75 $39.50 Ladies’ Coats and Wraps . . $23.75 $25.00 and 20.00 Sport Coats . . $10.75 $15.00 and $10.50 Sport Coats . . . $10.95 BOYISHFORM BRASSIERES Be The Figure Stout or Slim the straight boyish lines so desired by all the feminine world are the result of wearing a Boyishform Brassiere. We are pleased to announce that we have accepted the agency for this well known brassiere. OUR WEEKLY WEEK END SPECIALS. DON’T MISS THEM! SPECIAL No. 1 SPECIAL No. 2 SPECIAL No. 3 $2.50 and $3.00 $3.00 Slip over sweaters, grey, Every Spring Hat that sold for New Crisp Tailored Blouses white, buff, jade, and orchid. $4.50 to $7.50 Special for Friday, Saturday and Special for Friday, Saturday and Special for Friday, Saturday and Monday only. Monday only. Monday only. $1.95 ' $1.95 $1.95 SPECIAL No. 4 SPECIAL No. 5 $2.95 Gingham Dresses J^JIV 7 ! J Silk Hose ’ out of re * ular Special for Friday, Saturday and Spteial for Friday. Saturday and Monday only. | J SALISBURY Monday only. $1.95 $1.95 0 Virginia Ettenger from Oscar Trader and wife, et al„ vacant lot on the northwest side of (irftce Street, in Berlin, in the Ninth Election District. Consideration, S3OO. Thomas W. Hammond from Ebe W. Bunting and wife, 1 a., 11.2 sq. pchs. 'of lanil in the Fifth Election Dis trict. Consideration. $80.25. Wm. C. Poole from John H. Long, live lots in Ocean City. Consider ation. $lO, etc. Wilbur S. Greenlief and Mary R. Green lief from George B. Jones ami wile, et al., 12,375 sq. ft. of land, more or less, on the easterly side of Main Street, in Berlin, in the Third Election . District. Consideration, $lO, J etc. George Twilley from Samuel J. School field and wife, real estate on the northeast side of Vine St., in ! Pocomoke City. Consideration, $5,! ! etc. Charles W. Corddry and Janies B. Devereaux from Priscilla E. Pusey, the "James Wesley Pusey lands” ad jacent to Bounds’ Mill Branch, in the Seventh Election District. Consider ation, $lO, etc. Ernest Purnell from Annie Tolputt, I real estate at the northwest corner i of Dorchester Street and Atlantic Avc.. in Ocean City, Consideration,; $lO. etc. Millie Rowley from Oscar H. Ward, | 180 sq. ft. of land in the Eighth Elec- j ! tion District and north of the county \ road leading from Stockton to Poco moke City. Consideration, $lO. Emory W. Cherrieks and Mary E. i | Cherricks, his wife, from Charles H. Jarman and wife, real estate on the east side of Main Street, in Berlin. l Consideration, $lO, etc. Ella Robinson from Sarah Selby, 1 100 acres acres of land, more cr less, in Colbourne's Election District. Con sideration, 81. etc. Joseph 11. Sanies and Nonea Vir ginia Sallies, his wife, from Lloyd M. Williams and wife, real estate on the mainland opposite Ocean City, in the Third Election District. Consider-; I ation, $lO, etc. Josephine Hastings from Oliver D. Collins and wife, “Tourist Inn" or the “Fox Cottage” on Atlantic Ave., and other real estate on the east side of Baltimore Avenue, in Ocean City. Consideration, $lO. etc. Francis J. Townsend from Martha A. Jones, an undivided one-half in terest in real estate containing 12 a, 1 r. and 7 poles of land, more or less, on Isle of Wight Bay near Isle of Wight Life Saving Station. Con sideration, $lO, etc. The Democratic Messenger, Incor porated. from Annie V. Farrow, va cant lot on the west side of Bank Street, in Snow Hill. Consideration, $350. Frank B. Scarborough from John P. Hancock and wife, house and lot containing 1 a, 14 pchs., more or less, adjoining and lying to the west of the New School House l.ot, in Girdle trce. Consideration, $lO, etc. John T. Keas from Lizzie Whaley Keas, real estate on the west side of Main Street and running through to ; Broad Street, in Berlin. Consider ation. $lO, etc. F. Lee Bonneville from Wm. H. ; Marshall and wife, real estate at the east corner of Front and Market Streets, in Pocomoke City. Consider ation, $5,500. WHITON * Miss Lola Adkins spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Lola ! Jones. Miss Lillian Adkins, of Friendship, was the guest of the Misses Edna and I Elsie Clarke Saturday night. Mrs. Fred Bethards and children, Elsie, Frances, and Earl, Helen Col ; lins, Ruth Baker, Arintha Adkins, j Anna and Neva West, Thelma Car \ mean, Mildred Jones, Ersel, Albert, ; and Louis Jones, Durand Adkins, i Samuel Jones and Roy Brittingham I were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Clayvillo. Mr. Dean Hothards spent Sunday j with Mr. Homer Jones. Mrs. Hammond, of Salisbury, is on | a visit to her daughter, Mrs. William S. Jones. Anna and Neva West and Thelma ! | Carmean spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mildred Jones. Mr. Maurice Jones spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 P. James Jones. Mrs. William Laws and son. Mil ton, is spending a few days with rel atives in Salisbury. The Misses Lola Jones and Loin. Adkins, accompanied by Mr. Dean Bethards, of Snow Hill, motored to Ocean City Sunday afternoon to cn i joy the sea breezes. Mrs. Boy Morris was called to the bedside of her brother-in-law, Mr Charles Corwin, of Baltimore, Wed nesday of last week, lie is seriously ill with the pneumonia. Mi. Bobeit A. Dennis also left Friday night. We : wish Mr. Corwin a speedy recovers. There will be Sunday School Sun day at the usual hours. Everybody, is cordially invited to be pr ‘sent. Master Billie Laws is spending a few days with his grandparents. —Nell—“Miss Antique has taken a studio. She is learning to paint.” Belle—“lt’s about time she tried to improve that sallow complexion of hers." JUNE 17, 1922. KLEJ GRANGE Mrs. Bernice Ix>ng, of Philadel phia, is spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilker son. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cherrix spent Sunday evening in onow Hill. Quite a number of our people at tended the Children's Day exercises at Goodwill Sunday evening. Miss Dorothy Whayland, of Salis bury, is spending some time with her friend, Miss Rosa Carter. Children’s Day exercises will lie observed this Sunday evening, .June 18, in the M. E. Church. Everybody welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Payne and daughter, Doris, spent Sunday with relatives near Beaver Dam. Miss Lena Dryden, of near Frank lin City, is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. William Robinson. Forest Of Dead Trees Near Sharptown Sharptown, Md., June 12th. A strange sight has just been discovered six miles below Vienna. On a tract of pine timber of 20 to 30 acres are perhaps 800 to 1,000 pines from 8 to 30 inches in diameter. Some are 70 feet tall. They are all dead. The lines of the tract can easily be 1 traced by the dead timber. Not a tree is dead on the land nearby. Colored i neighbors say the trees have been dead four years. The story goes that six years ago a white man who owned property adjacent to the land of an old colored man made a survey of his land and in the survey ran the line so as to include the tract above referred to. The old colored man remon strated, but to no avail. The white man established his lines. The color ed man told the white man that the land he had robbed him of would never do him any good. The colored man said he could not go to law but he could “call on the Good Ixwd” and He would take care of him. Two year later the colored man died, but lived to see every tree large enough to cut dead on that piece of land. The small trees and undergrowth are apparently thrifty. PRESBYTERIAN Cllt RCH REV. W. S. KREGER, Pastor. ■ Sunday morning. Preaching at 10.30. Sunday evening, Preaching at 7.45. Sunday School at 11.30. Morning topic, “Christianity and Infidelity." Evening topic, “The Tragedy of Lot.” Prayer Meeting, Wednesday at 7.45.