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WILLIAM G. KERBIN, Attorney. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court for Worcester County, Maryland, letters of Administration on the personal estate of EDWARD MANUEL 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 be fore the 26th day of December, 1922. They may otherwise by law he ex cluded from all benefits of the said estate. All persons indebted to said WHATCOAT Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Elwood W. Jones, Pastor SUNDAY, JUNE 25 10 A. M. Sunday School. A. C. Humphreys. Superintendent 11 A. M. “Jesus—Accepted or Rejected” John 1: 11 0.30 P. M. Twilight Service. An inspiring cheery hour. Singing of familiar hymns. Brief Message—“ The Pearl of Great Price” Matt. 13: 45.46. DURING-THE-WEEK Daily Vacation Bible School. 9 to 11.30 A. M. Children 3 to 15 years. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7.45 P. M. Studies in Matthew’s Gospel, latter part of oth chapter. 7 - v ' ' miiiiiiimiiMiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili 2 ■j Pleased To Serve You ! mm The hot weather makes the selection of food a | | problem for some housewives who do not deal at this | | store, but our customers know that here is a com- | | plete stock of the best canned goods, of vegetables | jjj and fruits in season, of cooked and fresh meats, 5 | of cakes, breads, etc. and in our notion department f | there are many kinds of household helps that you | | will want. Yours for Service. 1 The People’s Store—E. M. Jones 1 SNOW HILL. MARYLAND fiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiii GET THE HABIT of depositing your funds with a bank that is chartered by the UNITED STATES GOV ERNMENT. that is under the direct super vision of UNCLE SAM, who, no matter how trustworthy are the officers and em ployes of the bank, sends his examiners, unannounced, to inspect and audit the bank’s books, to see and to KNOW that the money of his citizens deposited in his bank is being wisely handled and IS ABSOLUTE LY SAFE. Such an institution is The Citizens National Bank Pocomoke City, Maryland (A Member of The Great Federal Reserve System) where, in addition to your funds being absolutely safe, you will receive a cordial welcome; efficient, up-to-the-minute bank ing service and the prestige that goes with a first-class banking connection. GROW UP WITH A GROWING BANK K. J. SCHOOLFIELD, COLMORE E. BYRD, President Cashier COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT TRUST SAVINGS estate ave requested to make im mediate payment. Given under my hand this 2ith day of June, 1922. MARTIN MANUEL, ; Administrator, s TEST:— PAUL JONES, . Register of Wills. l _ BATES MEMORIAL M. P. CHURCH 10.00 A. M., Men’s Bible Class and l ! Sunday School. W. O. Shockley, Supt. * 11.00 A. M., Sermon by pastor. ' 8.00 I*. M. Mrs. E. B. Fenley and Mrs. A. R. Jones, of Baltimore City, will deliver short addresses. . The public cordially invited. ] REV. C. R. STRAUSBURG, Pastor. WILLIAM G. KERBIN, Solicitor Assignee’s Sale OF VALUABLE Real Estate And Personal Property tt By virtue of the power contained in a mortgage from Columbus J. Smith, Irene Smith, his wife, and John A.; Bromley to Alfred C. Hancock,! j Charles I*. Tull and Isaac 11. Tull. 1 and assigned to me. said mortgage hearing date the lfith day of Febru ary, 1921, and recorded among the land records of Worcester County, Maryland, in Liber O. 1). C. No. 40, folio .".5:1, 351 and 355, the under signed assignee of said mortgage, de fault having occurred therein, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in front of store of Raymond J. Trader, in Stockton, Worcester County, Maryland, on SATURDAY, July Bth, A. D. 1922 AT 2 OCI.OCK, P, M„ all that real estate with the im provements thereon, situate in Stock- , ton. Worcester County, Maryland, ex cept that part described below, con sisting of all the real estate conveyed ' to John A. Bromley ami Columbus J. | Smith by Alfred C. Hancock, et al., I by their deed dated February the 1 second, 1921, and recorded among the land records of Worcester County in Liber O. I). C. No. to, folio 352 and i 323, reference is hereby made to said deed, containing one acre of land, more or less. The piece excepted from the above tract and not to be sold being described as follows: All that parcel of real estate, together with the buildings and improvements i thereon, lying in Stockton, Worces ,! ter County, Maryland, south of an open street known and railed Maiden Lane, and east of the Pennsylvania Railroad, beginning at a cement boun der planted in the ground on the east side of the railroad, ami on the south side of the street above named; thence running about an east course for a distance of 219 feet to the Houston land, or line, thence running about south course by and with the Houston ] land or line for a distance of 65 feet to an iron post planted in the ground, thence running about a northwest course for a distance of 184 feet to ian iron pipe driven in the ground ;at the railroad line or land, thence by ami with the railroad line or land in about a north course for a dis- J lance of 78 feet to a cement bounder planted in the ground as above named and place of beginning, containing one third of one acre of land, more or less. It being agreed between the grantors and grantees in the deed conveying the above last described real estate, that there should be an open street or drive way kept open on the east side of said property 15 feet wide west of the Houston land for the free use of the above property and the said grantors, and the prop erty hereby advertised for sale will be sold subject to the agreement as to said street or drive way. The piece hereby described as being excepted from the piece first described and not to be sold having been conveyed to Alfred C. Hancock anil Isaac H. Tull by Columbus J. Smith and wife and John A. Bromley by deed dated November 26th, 1920, and recorded among the land records of Worcester Countv in Liber O. D. C. No. 42, folio 23. All the paraphernalia necessary to conduct a successful electric lighting plant will also be sold with the real estate ami it consists of the follow ing: one metal and wood building about 80 feet long and part 45 feet wide and part 25 feet wide, 1-50 horse power Fairbanks Morse oil engine, 1 25-horse power same make, I 40-K. V. A. 2100 volt Triumph Alternator and Exciter, 1-25-K. V. A. 2400 volt, same make, 1 duplex water pump, 2 mar ble swith boards, 1 A. C. voltmeter, 1 A. C. ammeter, 1 instrument cur rent transformer, 1 instrument volt age transformer, 2 oil type 3 pole circuit breakers, 2 switch board light ing arrestors, 3 oil drums, 1 oil filter, 50 A. C. watt hour meters, 6-3 K. V. A. oil type transformers, 2200-110 volts, 1-15-K. V. A. oil type transfor mer 2200-110 volts, 1-1 K. V. A. oil type transformer 2200-110 volts, line shaft and pulley, 1 large bench vise, 1 | block and fall, 2 sets pole climbers and belts, 6 pike poles, 2 dead men. j 2 round point shovels, 1 pole digger, 1 spoon shovel, moulding, knobs, tubes, switch boxes, switch plates, : rosettes, moulding taputs, 2 refriger-j ator doors, 41x6 feet, 1 10-in. leather drive belt, 1 8-in. leather drive belt, 10 miles pole line including all poles and lines carrying No. 8 Veather proof copper wire, said lines running from Stockton to Franklin City, Va., and from Stockton to Girdletree with wire on side streets, No. 12, 1 wooden water tank holding 6000 gallons, 1 stove, 50 goose necks, etc. The above plant is now in working order and located right along the railroad track. TERMS OF SALE. One third cash on day of sale, one third payable in one year and one third payable in two years, the de ! ferred payments to bear interest and secured, or all cash ut the option of the purchaser. Taxes paid up to day i of sale. Title papers at purchasers’ expense. WILLIAM G. KERBIN, Assignee. Etc. THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER. SNOW HILL MARYLAND. STATON & WHALEY. Solicitors. Public Sale OF TIMBER .AND OTHER Personal Property IJ.v virtue of the conditions contain jod in a certain contract between Stockton Lumber Company and M. D. Bodley and Brother, dated June 11, 1920, recorded anions the land records of Worcester County, Maryland, in Liber O. D. C. No. 41, folio 170, de- | fault having occurred, the under- j signed will sell at public auction for cash at the canning house of Henshaw and Company at Wesley Station, Wor cester County. Maryland, SATURDAY July 22d, A. D. 1922 AT 10.00 O’CLOCK, A. M„ the following described property and ! rights, to wit: All the remaining timber on the farm commonly called the Peters Farm near Cedartown in Worcester County, Maryland, which was condi tionally bargained and sold to M. D. i liodley and Brother by the Stockton j Lumber Company by the contract j above mentioned, being also the re maining timber which was bargained and sold to the Stockton Lumber j Company by Henry B. Freeny and ; others, by deed dated May 27, 1918, recorded among the land records of Worcester County aforesaid in Liber O. I). C. No. 31, folio 94, and which was bargained and sold to the said Henry B. Freeny and others by L. Floyd Nock and Warner Ames, by deed dated November 12, 1917, re corded among the land records afore said in Liber O. D. C. No. 28. folio 403, to which deeds and the descrip tions therein contained and to a cer tain instrument of writing executed by (ieorge A. Smack, dated August lit. 1920, attached to and made a part of and recorded with the conditional sale contract hereinbefore referred to between the said Stockton Lumber | Company and the said M. I). Bodley and Brother, assented to in writing by H. P. James, Jr., owner of the fee in the land on which said timber stands, reference is hereby made for a more particular description of the j property and rights so to be sold. Together with all the rights and privi leges and subject to all the reserva tions and conditions fully set out in j saiil deed to said Henry R. Freeny and others from saiil Nock and Ames j ' except as modified and changed by the instrument of writing made by j said (ieorge A. Smack, dated August 10, 192 U, above referred to and as sented to as aforesaid by the said H. P. James, Jr. The time for the re moval of the said timber expires the first day of January, 1926. And at the same time and place ( the following articles of personal 1 property will likewise be sold at pub lic auction to the highest bidder for cash: All timber or lumber cut from said premises anil remaining thereon or on the railroad siding, seven horses, three mine prop carts, two extra rear carts, all chains of every description, one derrick, logging equipment, in cluding tongs, cables, etc., one wagon, one horse cart, one lot wire, one lot cant hooks, one lot harness, one sta tionary boiler and engine, one saw mill with portable boiler and engine, one barn standing on the Johnson land, .’! camps for labor, one Quad truck, one blacksmith shop and tools, and all other personal property and equipment included in said contract jof June 14, 1920, between the said Stockton Lumber Company and M. D. Bodley and Brother and still on said premises. STOCKTON LUMBER COMPANY. L. ATWOOD BENNETT, Solicitor ORDER NISI. Harry Rubenstone vs. Samuel Shager Rebecca Shager, his wife No. 3181 Chancery. In the Cir cuit Court for Worcester County, 1 State of Maryland. In Equity. Ordered, by the Circuit Court for Worcester County, and State of Maryland, in Equity this, the 12th day of June, 1922. that the sale of the property mentioned in these pro , ceedings and the distribution of the funds arising therefrom, made and reported by L. Atwood Bennett, At torney named in the mortgage, as; | set forth in the said report, be rati ! fled and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or i before the 12th day of July, 1922; provided, a copy of this order be in serted in some newspaper printed in Worcester County, Maryland, once in each of three successive weeks, before the 10th day of July, next. The report states the umount of sale to be Fifteen Hundred Ninety five Dollars ($1595.001. JOSEPH L. BAILEY, Judge. True Copy, Test: OLIVER D. COLLINS, Clerk. We rejoice in the great strides be ing made in the glorious movement for the emancipation of married men. Husbands at Carmel-by-the-Sea, out in California: have given notice that no longer will they wield the broom, dishpan and duster. Appointment Of Registration Officers and Judges and Clerks of Election. At the meeting of the Hoard of Election Supervisors held in their office in the Court House at Snow Hill, Worcester County, Maryland, on Tuesday, June the 6th, the fol lowing Registration Officers and Judges and Clerks of Election were appointed to serve during 1922. Any objections to any of these appoint- I ments must be filed on or before ! Tuesday, July 11th, 1922. FIRST DISTRICT, PRECINCT 1 A. to M. T. White Tull. Democrat, Registra tion Judge. Marion P. I.amhcrtson, Republican, Registration Judge. W. A. King, Democrat, Judge. 11. W. Lambertson, Republican Judge. Carl Merrill, Democrat, Clerk. W. C. Lambertson, Republican, Cleik. FIRST DISTRICT, PRECINCT I N. to James T. Saxton, Democrat, Regis tration Judge. F. W. C. Quinn, Republican, Regis tration Judge. (leorge H. Henderson. Democrat, Judge. John Rutledge, Republican, Judge. E. T. Bowen, Democrat, Clerk. Wallace Vincent, Republican, Clerk. FIRST DISTRICT, PRECINCT 2 A. to M. Oscar L. Taylor, Democrat, Regis tration Judge. Rome N. Barnes, Republican, Regis tration Judge. Granville S. Hall, Democrat, Judge. R. W. Dixon, Republican. Judge. Fitzgerald Crockett, Democrat. i Clerk. W. K. Morris, Republican, Clerk. FIRST DISTRICT. PRECINCT 2 N. to Z. S. P. Carey, Democrat, Registration J udge. Paul R. Vincent, Republican, Regis tration Judge. Harry Mears, Democrat, Judge. C. C. Powell. Republican, Judge. M. W. Boston, Democrat, Clerk. E. W. Polk, Republican, Clerk. SECOND DISTRICT A. to M. J. O. Byrd, Democrat, Registration Judge. Emory Mumford, Republican, Reg istration Judge. Cleveland Bailey, Democrat, Judge. Olan Trader, Republican, Judge. Harry C. Bradford, Democrat, Clerk. W. B. Hearne, Republican, Clerk. SECOND DISTRICT N. to Z. E. G. Cooper, Democrat, Registra tion Judge. Robert H. Davis, Republican. Regis tration Judge. E. H. Guthrie. Democrat, Judge. Wm. T. Henderson. Republican, Judge. B. T. Truitt, Democrat, Clerk. Jester Stanford, Republican, Clerk. THIRD DISTRICT, PRECINCT 1 A. to M. Norman M. Peters, Democrat, Reg istration Judge. Garfield Johnson, Republican, Reg istration Judge. C. Lee Davis, Democrat, Judge. James P. Holloway, Republican, Judge. Clinton Jarman, Democrat, Clerk. Murray Oltman, Republican, Clerk. THIRD DISTRICT. PRECINCT 1 N. to Z. J. E. Williams, Democrat, Regis tration Judge. Harry W. Taylor, Republican. Reg istration Judge. Elmer T. Onley, Democrat, Judge. C. Hill Powell, Republican, Judge. Walter West. Democrat, Clerk. Walter Coe, Republican, Clerk. THIRD DISTRICT, PRECINCT 2 I. S. Mumford, Democrat, Regis tration Judge. H. H. Richardson, Republican, Reg istration Judge. James H. Mumford, Democrat, J udge. Daniel Trimper, Jr., Republican, J udge. Edward Cullahan, Democrat, Clerk. John M. Mumford, Republican, Clerk. I FOURTH DISTRICT. F. E. Collins, Democrat, Registra tion Judge. J. M. Powell. Republican, Registra tion Judge. Walter D. Bowen. Democrat. Judge. Marion C. Johnson. Republican, Judge. Luther J. Bowen, Democrat, Clerk. Churles W. Mumford, Republican, Clerk. FIFTH DISTRICT E. A. Collins, Democrat, Registra tion Judge. Harry P. Law, Republican, Regis tration Judge. C. R. Cropper, Democrat, Judge. J. T. Davidson, Republican, Judge. E. T. Brittingham, Democrat, Clerk. West Hudson, Republican, Clerk. SIXTH DISTRICT VV. S. Carmean, Democrat. Regis t ration Judge. C. It. Parsons, Republican, Kcgis > tration Judge. VV. M. Simian, Democrat, •)inline. I Jus. VV. Truitt, Republican, Judge. Win. V'. Parsons, Democrat, Clerk. H. H. Truitt, Republican, Clerk. r ' SEVENTH DISTRICT A. I’. Shockley, Democrat. Regis tration Judge. , VV. J. Rounds, Republican. Regis tration Judge. I | N. J. I’usey, Democrat, Juiige. ■ E. M. Conley, Republican, Judge. Win. K. Carey, democrat, Clerk. Aubrey Hottenstein, Republican, ■ Clerk. EIGHTH DISTRICT. PRECINCT 1 Philip 11. Payton, Democrat, Regis tration Judge. King R. Johnson, Republican. Reg istration Judge. , Charles VV. Jones, Democrat, Judge. VV. 11. Marshall, Republican, Judge. T. R. Rromley. Democrat, Clerk, i VV. C. Rrandon, Republican. Clerk. EIGHTH DISTRICT. PRECINCT 2 • Charles E. Onley, Democrat, Regis tralion Judge. Clayton J. Bowen, Republican, Reg istration Judge. Aaron J. Hudson, Democrat, Judge. Thomas It. Smack, Republican. ; Judge. T. B. Jones, Democrat, Clerk. Robert K. Hickman, Republican, i Clerk. NINTH DISTRICT A. to M. Harry T. Davidson, Democrat, Reg istration Judge. M. M. Dale. Republican, Registra tion Judge. John Gillis, Democrat, Judge. H. VV. Hastings, Republican. Judge. ° ;; Hot Weather Suits Are jj <> < ► ii Here A’plenty <► < > ii Our Great Sale Continues. Come! ii o o :: Blue Serges and Worsteds. it ;; $20.00 Suits . . . for $15.00 25.00 Suits . . . for 17.50 ;; 30.00 Suits . . . for 20.00 35.00 Suits . . . for 25.00 ; > Men's Union Suits 75c. to $2.50 I < > o Straw Hats, $1.50 to $2.50 ii DYMOND I < ► o ii Green Street, SNOW HILL, MD. j| LoommmMmsm MsmwsmJ Hiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim | Vacation Time j is about here, and you want to be prepared with the needed dresses and fixings which will contribute so much to your comfort and enjoyment. Colored Dress Linens are good this season, particu- ~ larly when used in the popular new combination dresses. § ~ We have them in the best shades and the prices are reasonable. Imported and Tissue Ginghams, fine and silky, beauti- S ful patterns. H E s Poilu Suitings, Ratines, and Beach Cloths are also among the much desired fabrics. Voiles, Crispettes, Dimities and Organdies, sheer and dainty. White Goods of all kinds and for all purposes. Fine imported Dotted Swisses and Embroidered Organdies. , js Silk and Lisle Hose of all kinds, including the famous glove silk "Martha four-foot.” If you expect your dresses to look well, be sure you r corset is right. Gossard, Bon Ton. and Royal Worces ter Corsets and Brassieres please the most particular. s , s They can be fitted right here in the most approved of fashion. * ’ = ’ 1 Don’t forget that we sell Trunks. Suit Cases and Trav eling Bags -good ones at right prices. r S ■ = |m. T. HARGIS & CO. SNOW HILL. MARYLAND miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiimiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiimiiiHiiiiamNiiii JUNE 24. 1922. Thomas A. Grey, Democrat, Clerk. Renton VV. Powell, Republican, Clerk. NINTH DISTRICT N. to Z. C. H. Evans, Democrat, Registra tion Judge. D. VV. Dubcock, Republican, Regis tration Judge. W. T. Rurbage, Democrat, Judge. Frank E. K'met/.ku, Republican, Judge. Thurman Dale, Democrat, Clerk. John H. Townsend, Republican,j Clerk. MONTGOMERY STAGG, Pres. FRANK P. HRATTEN, JOHN H. TRUITT, • Supervisors. JAMES ATKINSON. Clerk. ~ j :■==..■ _— l ■" i - "s* Darius Green, who made him a fly ing machine, hud nothing on Dolores Green, who writes in “Views on Many Topics” that “for two years I was known as ‘that plain girl.’ Then I turned flupper.” The Mansion House PUBLIC LANDING Now Open for Guests Matthew Purnell Owner and Manager Route 1, Snow Hill, Md.