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| Come To Pocomoke |
IVe Are Ready
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Despite the fact that many former out of town |
| shoppers are under the impression that, owing to |
| the conflagration that swept the greater part of the |
| business section in the recent fire, the merchants |
| havn’t gotten themselves together, this is a false im- f
| pression, and one we will correct. |
All of the merchants are comfortably located, and |
5 have entire new stock of merchandise. We have a |
= complete line of the Latest Thing in Young Men’s |
| Tweed, Serge, Palm Beach and Mohair Suits |
| ready for you. Everything that a man wears, we |
5 have a wide range to select from.
We have a large line of Ladies’ Slippers and |
| Hosiery of the newest designs. Call in and we will =
| be glad to show you over our line.
| Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. 1
| H. W. CALLAHAN & SONS j
POCOMOKE CITY, MI).
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I SELL
Cheap for cash or country produce.
Sugar. per lb. 6c.
I.ard, per lb 14c.
Meat, per lb. 14c.
Good Coffee, per lb 20c.
Best Seedless Kaisins, per lb 25c.
Soup Beans, per lb. 7c.
I.ima Beans, per lb 7c.
Everything at a low price.
H. H. BAILEY
Comer Federal and Bay Streets,
SNOW HILL. MD.
Sold.
An Englishman walked into a Ber
lin bank, laid down a sovereign and
said: “How many mark can I get
for this?"
“Hi. there!" cried the manager, ad
dressing the statf, "clear out, the lot
of you. This gentleman’s bought the
bank."
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Do You Want
Groceries?
\
If you are not already
one of our customers we
want vou to become one.
Our goods are always oi
the best quality and we
guarantee satisfaction.
We will be very glad to
supply your needs. Give
us a call.
R.H.CLUFF
SNOW H 11.1.. MARYLAND
—Harduppe—“When I make a
touch I always try to borrow from a
pessimist."—Wigwag—“Why a pessi
mist?” Harduppe —“A pessimist
never expects to get it back.”
THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER. SNOW HILL. MARYLAND.
IMPORTANT NEWS
QUICKLY TOLD
Happenings In Various Sections ol
Old Maryland
NEWS ITEMS FOR OUR READERS
Hagerstown. Miss Vesta Long,
aged 70 years, died at her home neat
this city, alter an illness of a few
weeks. She wa> born at Stnithbuig.
this count> and was a member of the
Lutheran church of that place. Met
survivors are a niece and two nephews.
Hagerstown Twenty thousand
game tish. principally bass, were
placed in Lite Couococheague creek, in
this county, by Deputy Game Warden
Albert Crumpton. The flsh came from
the State tish hatcheries and were sent
here a; the request of the Washington
County Kish and Came Association.
Hyattsville —The (own of Hyatts
ville lias decided to ake over the local
public library and to set aside about
1350 a year for its maintenance. The
money will be raised by a tax of 3
cents on each floo ol assessable prop
erty in the town, but will mean uo in
crease in the tax rate.
l'ocomoke City.—News reached here
tills week ol an automobile accident
iu Baltimore, iu which Miss Sadie Hay
man. daughter of Mrs. Millard Hay
man. formerly of this city now resid
iny iu Baltimore, was injured. Miss
Hay man sustained a broken thigh bone
and arm and was badly cut ami
bruised.
Denton. The Commissioners, of
Caroline county have appointed Sheriff
William C. Andrew a special officer lu
issue dog licenses and tags and to en
force the law. The Sheriff has given
notice tha - he will sit at Marydel,
Henderson. Goldsboro. < Greensboro.
Denton. I’reston. Kederalsburg. Hills
boro. Uidg’dy and American Corner
Juritu June tot the purpose of issuing
and collecting the taxe-
Krederiek. Mayor L. C Shatei was
renominated for Mayor of Brunswick
at a recent citizens' meeting. The bl
annual election of the town will be
held in August, and It is one of the
few municipal elections iu this county
that do not tolerate political dicker
ing. Cniier the administration of
Mayor Shafer u progre~sive street
building program has been put into
effect.
fclilicott C:!y.—The Maryland Agri
cultural K\;> ii: ent Station, in co-op*
etai on with : . Howard County Kami
Agent, will hold a field meeting on th<
experimental plots at Dougboreßßlt
Manor June 17 at 2:30 I’. M. Variety
teat* have been conducted on these
' plots for some years, and now the sta
I tion is in position to give out some
j valuable Information to the fanners
lof Howard county. All farmers are
urged to attend this meeting.
| Hagerstown. Over 700 striking
| shopmen and maintenance of way em*
i ployees of the Western Maryland Kail
i road and their families marched in a
j street parade here Saturday night. The
: procession was headed by the railway
employees band and thousand' of pro
| pie lined the streets. A huge banner
| with tile words ‘‘Former Kmploy es of
the Western Maryland Railroad Font
I pan.v" was carried in front of the pa
rade.
Salisbury.—Attempting to cross the
New York. Philadelphia and Norfolk
Railroad tracks at the last Locust
street crossing in this city. Mrs. Mary
I'hippin. aged sa. was struck by the
locomotive of a northbound slow
freight and Instantly killed One leg
and arm were completely severed from
her body. As far as the authorities
have been able to ascertain, no one bu‘
members of the train crew saw the ac
rld<mt.
Hagerstown.—The culmination of n
contest, continued for more than a
year over money matters, came Friday
morning when Harry Reese, aged 35.
after failing to hit his common-law
wife. May Reese, aged 33. with three
bullets, turned his revolver on himself
and sent a bullet into his head, at their
home. Reese is at the Washington
County Hospital here and is not ex
ported to live. Neighbors, aroused by
shots, called elie police and Lieutenant
Williams hurried to the sc n- Cpon
his arrival he rushed the wounded
man to the hospital. The bullet en
tered the top of his head and lodged
somewhere near the base of the skull
Reese’s father. James Reese, was
killed in Chambersburg in days ago
while driving a bread wagon.
Frostburg.—'The body of a man
found beside the Cumberland am!
Pennsylvania Railroad tracks here
was identified by ills son as that of
Charles Jacob Smith, aged 53. a West
ern Maryland Railway yard conductor,
who came here from his home in Cum
berland to participate ir the parade or
the Maryland Suit-- Firemen's Associa
tion Mr Smith was a member of
Cumberland Hose Company. No 1
Coroner Flnan conducted an investiea
’ ! on and decided that he had wan
dered over the roof of the tunnel ami
had fallen |o feet to the tracks, frac
turing his skull His rov and fire
men's cap were found ion feet from
the spot where he is supposed to have
fatten. There is rea-on to -u-pect that
he was robbed while ash-ep and that
when he awoke he wandered about,
failing over the tunnel portal.
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JUNE 17, 1922.

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