Newspaper Page Text
JUNE 21. 1922
|| Prepare for The Fourth || The Great American Holiday-Fill Your Needs ;; . JKi tf y° u spend the holiday at the beach you will need bathing suits and I I .*. J other sports wear. If vou spend it at home vou will need a comfort- II ab e hammock or swing to make your front porch worth while. II ~ rii ;; ' f f Check your needs against the items mentioned in this advertise- II ; ; ment; the store is well prenared to supplv your wanth for the Fourth. II ■■ - :: <. THESE m.Ol SKS OF VOILE AM) 11 DIMITY • i <’ have all the daintiness of hemstitching with i > the added charm of price. From $2.70 to SIMM. I I Whether you wear them with a tailored suit or ' [ a slip-on sweater, these exquisite little blouses < > of fine white voile or dimity, quaintly checked i > and striped—are the fleshest anil most fem- I I inine of summer Kuril. i > And they fulfill all requirements for pretty | | things at nwderate prices. i > Mouse' of (icorgcttc Crepe at $7.70. < > i > ;; The Beaches Are Open II and Will Be Thronged ;; on The Fourth < > < ► • ' 11 Good Baggage that Com ;; mands Respect i > 1 ’ come- from our big summer -took of tine lug i . gage. From the compact of these inuch-used ] ’ for-summer week ends, overnight luurs to the 1 ’ most pretentious and roomy wardrobe trunks. <> you'll find the assortments that true your in- I I dividuality an opportunity to as.-ert itself, and ' ’ that at price.- much more tva-onublc than thej ' > have been foi a half-a-dozen year-. i i | | Cowhide leather Traveling Hags. $2.2r, i s2l. II l.eathei ! neil, sewed-on corners, pockets, ii ora-- lock and catches. In shies usually from ' ’ 16 to 2<> inches. • • II Suit Cases >2.2.1 to >21.0(1. Popular cowhide > ii suit cases with leather protected corners, ] [ good substantial lininir. ■ i Trunks SB.IO to >10.01), which include every 1 * varietv from the light weight packing trunk ' I to the convenient wardrolie trunk. i i j ¥obweß§&, | .1..-. ~’ ~ ...JjHL ''-tsar I ijr and I Susy Store” ;; SALISBURY. MI). ♦ *♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦' Do You Want Groceries? It you are uot already one ot our customers we waut you to become one. Our goods are always oi the best quality and we guarantee satisfaction, i We will be very glad to supply your needs. Give us a call. R.H.CLUFF SNOW HILI.. MARYLAND DR. W. H. RICKETTS Dentist SNOW HILL. MD. SW EATERS FOR SPORTS AND HOLIDAY WEAR From $2.10 to $6.10 so run the new low j prices on the.-c sweaters of wool or fibre silk, (or on a boat trip, away on a motor trip, on the beach or paddling a canoe -a sweater is the veiy thing that is needed brightly color ed. ready to slip on. light and ready to wear, -and you see. prices that offer exceptional j value. In Fibre Silk they are s6.ou to 812.10. In wool they aie $7.10 to SIO.OO. Slip-ons in wool are to be had at $2.00 and j | $2.00. And who would he without a brand new bathing suit for the Holiday, or the becoming accessories that go with it? And who would not think <>f this store the minute they thought of bathing togs? Already the folks have the holiday feeling in their veins and are planning for that dip on the Fourth. Itefoie one finds tin- urge too -trong they should make haste and see our collection of bathing togs. See the new one piece California worsted bathing suits. They claim permanent first place in Fashion's court, and we think they are entitled to the suprem acy . Xavj and grey, with bandings of contrast ing colors, continue to be conservative fav orites. while the more brilliant reds, brighter blues, green- and gold aie more strikingly cut than last seasons. Come into our -tore today and see the col lection. of bathing -nit- while the) a?-- prac tically unpicked. Many one-of a-kind models -an unusual service. Women’s one-piece worsted bathing suits at si.7l> to SH.OO Women's Surf Satin or Silk I’oplin suit* with bloomers or tights or without either (sold separate) at ' SI.OO to $7.00 Child! •n’s Suits, all worsted, sizes 2 to 12 at $3.00 to $7.00 Bathing Cap- or Swimming Caps at 21c. to SI.OO I'...thing Slippers or Shoes at Me to >2.00. .Veit's one-piece suits at $2.00 to >6.00 A bathing suit hag free with ever;, suit bought ! ere. In lime for the Holiday White Skirts as well as colored skirts, of flannel, silk or wool crepe, that arc so very much a part of the outing costume. Lots of them. New and interesting. I‘!e”t> of the good practical wash skirts. Coming just before the holiday, this news will create quite a stir. All the more -o. lie cause the skirts arc from a famous New York maker and are well tailored examples of the seasons !>e-t models and materials. Such -Icirts as White Surf Satin and White Cabaidines are to Ik? had at price- ranging from s:;.no to s9.fto. These white skirts arc to be had in extra in -a- well a- regular sizes with the ante trim appearance. Satin ltnronette Skirts at s6.nn. Skirt- of the vaiiou- popular crop. - at $12.1(1. Skirts nf cream flannel, at sl*M*o and sil.m*. Skirt- of all woo! crepe Canton, at Slide*. HTLHS PORTLBN jp ;CEM ENT SOMETIMES a porch is the one thing needed to add that coiy look every home should have. If so, the three things to consider are expense, appearance and permanence. Three men in your community will gladly an swer these three questions--the contractor, the architect and the building material dealer. In fact the dealer will help you deal with the other two. Your building material dealer can give you useful in formation ami ad vie*. On building material* it afe to follow hi* judgment. He will recommend Alla* Port land Cement. **the Standard by which all other makes are measured ** THE ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY Sjltt djkf..' New York-Bouon - Philadelphia M‘IU: Nocthenplan. Pa.— Hudeoa, N. V.-Leede, Ala. The Standard(Luly! by which all other Makes WS#/ are measured I HE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER. SNOW HILL. MARYLAND. ___________ < > WHITE IM MIS COME WITH ii slightly HIGHER HEELS ;; i 'I lie one . trap pump i- the most popular. while those with no strap- aro u.-ed often. Ox- < > fonls will lie seen on the boardwalk in canva." j ' j or liuckskin. I [ The one-strap pump.- are $:!.50 to $5.50. J | Oxfortls are $2.50 to $5.50. > liuckskin- are $8.50. ~ :in spite of the per.-istent threat of longei J | | skirt.-. Anil the clock are in the very clever- o est of designs in hlack or blue. ' > White hose, clockeil, fane; or plain are < i priceil from SI.OO to $ t.ou, <► When We re Out on the j! Porch ;; Remember that dearly loved poem of Riley' o It you <lo, you’ll leulir.e that it’- charm lie.- in ■ e fact that somehow we’ve newt ijuit*- out o grown the thrill of actually living on the po c | ; most of the warm summer days. J! corctl HAMMOCKS r_\:,n. SI 111. 1! O . sic.oii, SH).Oo, $20.00. JI Iron .Standard.- to support the couch. I’.an JJ mock, priced at $5.00. ~ OAK SWINGS—SI.2S to st;.so. ][ MVI’I.K I’(Hit'll CIIXIIIS -2.011 t„ >:..ou | I tench to match chairs at $8.50. j [ AF.ROI.I \ PORCH sll \IKS at approximate ly SI.OO per running foot; in sixes a follow J[ ii 10 ft. x 12 ft. are carried in stock: special J| sire- to order. , ♦ ♦ Just to Remind You J 1 t.i lie careful that you do not forget the little 2 , things that will h- m‘ede.l foi the o ei the ♦ ! holidav trip. z II \NI>KERCHIErS fine lawn eoloied imr- ♦ der.- ii: the new gingham handkerchief . 25c J t tH.lt CREAM \\|l I.OTIONS II -In it’- $ Cold Cream soe; .lergen'- Sin 1 n l.otiun. ♦ at :!se. T Three-llouei - have Powder at 75c. Iludnu' - * | o.V; Three-flowers Talcum at ' - and 50.-: ♦ Skin and Ti-.-ue Cream, noteil fur it- ti ue X building power and to -unborn priced Z at sttc; Vanishing and cleansing <’•• an alst c ♦ each. 1 MEN'S WHITE FI \NNKI. TKOI SEE- An ♦ im|ioitant it"': in thi i f the outing. They ar especially priced f.u o the holiday at $8.50. ♦ 11 XIII NETS Oh. iln !u:> plenty of ha net - X Our regular 15c hail n*;- an two for 25c. # MEN’S Col.l.Alts Men HO ire' g ■ a ♦ when their collar- wilt. So take plenty * along. 25c each—Men’- Store. ♦ ♦ I I I Owp your owp borne You can do it, if you are a stock holder in the SNOW HILL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO CIATION. You participate in all the earnings of this Association, Stock is only one dollar a share a month. If you want to buy a home or build a home, and want an easy way to pay for it, call on either of the officers of this Association, ind he will put you right. You can start right now. MARION T. HARGIS. President WM. D CORDDRY. Secretary snov Hill Building and Loan Association SNOW HILL. MARYLAND "Somelxvly rohiied the colonel's mint patch." says a rural w eekly.”but ! that doesn't fare the colonels of this IseeU •). They’ve mostly ix-en takin' theirs ’straight' and strong eve: since prohibition broke out." SHORT CUTS IN STATE NEWS The Latest News From All Over the State HAPPENINGS OF THE WEEK Uaitiniore —According to the esii mate of lia'en L. Tail, Collector of Internal Revenue, the total receipt* at the Ikepartnn-nt of Internal Iteveuui for Maryland District for the fiscal year ending June 3" will be about $25. 000, tow i*'ss than 1921 and about $35.000.U00 leas thuu 192 u. Katimate lor 'bis year’s total receipts js- about s*>s.oov.ooo Tbe receipt* in 19:1 were i 9U.O')i),ooo, and lu 192'.' were HOO.uOU,- ouO. Chestertown.—The County Conunis- I sinners have declared the tax rate to: 1922 to he $1.54 on the ore.- undted dollars This is an increase of six cents over last year, caused b> .n crease* 'o schools, assessments, road anil hospitals The schools will get hT cents on the one hundred dollais. ♦ x5.2t>*.17 The basis tor real and pel tonal property is i12.3u1.329. a n dut tiou over last year of IHOO.ih" 1 Frederick —Charles A. Clabaugh aged 2s, wa* convicted Ot selling a half-pint of ' moonshine .iiiunr end lined s2'. The alteruativi -• ntcnci was 40 day* in jail. which t . itm..- . took The arrest was made pi r.-mially by eSlier ift Janes \ Junes w.. s'und near Clabaugh and watched e- tran ter of the whisky and t.. ;. • • ;c o: tie money. Clabaugh reccr.td sl.je ftc the booze Chestertown -lu order to n-stote ' ie;r mother io healt:. the two son- ul Mrs Albert a. Turte : Frank .d S.d ue> Turner-are contributing in:' blood to be transfused iu:. • e ::; . Mr.- Turue. wa- ' ik-:i to . U hospital leoeutly Thurada. , ■■.ana decided there must ie- a t .r.du- on One son volume.-: -d a* mu. ti.ee i was tuk-n from hint. The -<••:.d -on followed. Nex' week o'h. : - uid give UP the.: be nd, and it is 1,. ip-ved that Mrs Turne will be • -tm.-d • • .ear .. 1 BUILD A HOME j 1 | 1 MV I I jß®p|M I S 3 !M v Y/3nn wr $ 5 T / iy.!s S 3 | 6 -vlfSsw, $ jS' 't*" ' ““Hr V• R Y |r-'' If *'/.,< Hh | ft* oc PCLLEB A /£i r^~> 4TS-T1 ■ | £|m , r" *.•* —oopnuuii -n m AuiocASTtr, r~ J w ,.r UJ j 3 ± Jj Ir [ —£_ rJT 2 cr * fe 1 (Tl- Tj I £ L irjil biTdi s taut fM •% a I ’ c ’- c |x. umm ; 3 A ■ 5 >£ A home of your own is one of life’s greatest treasures. In ! 3 9* it are centered the thoughts and cherished ambitions of a 13 lifetime of effort and pleasures. C Unlike most comforts. j j it's a dividend-paying investment, too. The saving while ! j paying for a home encourages thrift, and building up an estate ! j larger than most of us would otherwise have. € We can be of ; i H* great help in getting ready to build. In selecting a plan, in de- ; j ffc ciding on suitable materials, in developing the whole scheme of A the work, we are fully experienced and our service is freely at ffl •J; your command. B | THF /oRDDRY | I 1 r,t I SNOW HILL, MD. §3 88 ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS ffl Salisbury Fire which broke out about t> o'clock in the morning in u largo warehouse belonging to the Laurel I’inknu- Company, at Sharp town, hi - county, loi a while threat ! cried the entire xiilage, and at one Uni • there were I<j buildings on tite. Calls foi assistance brought both the Sali bury anil Cambridge tire companies on the -COIl" ill U eliort time The lose Oil •he wiwehouse and contents is about It.Oh'l. I'u .-mallet btilldllliis also w* re eorisumed by the tlame.- No residences de-troyed Hal'lmore -Certlfie.ition hv Count* Commissioners of many new county and district health officers were re ported in th. state Health Depart men' It: 11 M Slade county health officer and the 15 district health (till eer- iii Halfirnore ouir> ha*e teen reapfioir -'d lit I. K Woodward was named to: far-oil count) with 1) district >-eal:!i nth- ••:s. and lr Henry I’ Kahrne) o- K-ed- K wa- ap[>c:ir :ed in Frederick count) I)r. Norman S Dudley, of Church Hill, wa- appoint <-d county ottieer m tjuecn Anne's Hagerstown Heore- F Bryan li year* old. of Millstone Washington county, w.i- in-taml;. killed at th*- tan i ner> Of W D l!y:on* & Sons. W.l liamspot". when he fell beneath a tractor which he wa- operating lit'an was hauling ■< : from the tannery yard ’o the 11\: I! - I:r :i. T • oil'll iad di-uiount.'d f:o:u the rra- :or to open a gat- it 1- said and ad ' t '"I to -• i; ’h* 'radio \ he ran :• front .o’ Hie slowl) ::oiv:nc m:n ;ne. he sljppe ' and •• !1. o the \ ■.. ■■* pa--ms o\< : a:.- lead He was a son of M- and M: F an. Brv.ci M I. stone .!'!•:< • J. T. T.ce „! Williams port ae- n; coroner d-Id- d an :n --,r-n-t wa- ttnnec.--s.irx Hag >x> : Follow ini - three ur hearing in the Police Court hero. William F: t • : Kdw aid -Mi • : T • strikint - . - o' tl v. Mart 1 :,-! 1.- a a Civi: *-n 1 - . - not . -a'llt.e am’ • -xv,. ,!• • : -:■ ■ >•-. •>' ■ -lid H n \x. e r xvl-t '''licked * - : ', -• T X ■.■T-\ , - xx ■ ! railt r nek - whet .... c,; ,t. mj nd —-t. •' -1 a , .. t. -j- . . tl h-oti. ' • in f'ne.-ses to vox tl . . - - t it; x. :n;t\ --f rite .r. r iof the tta<k ■’ r*’ • ?ime it ot - ur• d PAGE FIVE I .on aeon ins The City Council by a vote of I to 3 passed an ordinance pro hibiting dancing In the public halls of I-onacomtiK between the hours of mid* nlitht and T A M under a penalty ol fir, for th* first offense and fart fine •ir <;o days Imprisonment for th-- sec ond offense, or both All-nlgh* dances hax to it eommon here an-1 there had been great complaint on account of al leged ahandor, counrllman Creighton took Mayor Harper Itankln to task for demanding tha' the pool r >onts in tha town he dosed • midnight on Satur days without consulting the council. Mayor Hank:': ; • ad-d guilty to tha Impeachment and r-d that he !*•- liexe- h* has 'lie law on his side and that he did right in closing 'he places. No, Chlorimla, we can assure you that President Hang who ha.- just taken office in China is not a relative •d -fudge Lynch. Two Omaha burglar.- sang a hymn while cracking a afe. The name of the hymn i- not given, but it may haw be--n. "Work, for the Mom Is Coming.” Love i- a Hiking gone feeling." ob.-ene a sob sister. “Strike and gone" ound.- terribly like has- ti-h --ing which, on ,-econd thought, i-n't -uch a had simile after all. Dependable DELCO-LIGHT HARRY B. SHAW,Dealer Cel Clarke Ave.. I‘ocomoke City. Md.