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< HriMHMnMnumiMn*HMrirMViMMrinunrMVirin*MrmMMMM*nnnMM*nriMMUMMMrimVi*m?mtmTHMmti?MMm?mTi?mX 1 The Smart Tinselled Millinery | |; Silver and Gold Is the Stamp of Special Smartness |t *| On Any Hat from New York’s Milliners. |j ♦= Note how individual a character is given to these hats, used as a ribbon on |* ♦§ this one. or skillfully formed into it-llower on that velvet model, or as a bro- 2$ If cade that is particularly becoming 1 on another. Sometimes a whole turban =♦ ♦| relies upon silver tinsel for its character. ♦| We are featuring many models embellished with tinsel § and we call it one of the smartest of Fall Fashion ideas. §• ♦| There is a model in our collection that will be very becoming to you do come =♦ j= and pick at yes, and it is priced reasonably too, $4.00 to $15.00 §. ♦= Busy Store’’ =$ || SALISIH'HV, Ml). |I tnnMm^junnnuManMaHaunanmanannaummHManmnHaaHHMaaannaanMnMaamaaaanaaMHHaaaMMaaTf AXP-3 Drain Your Swamp Land! Your swamp acres are the most fertile and will be the big crop yielders after drainage has made cultivation possible. Turn these idle, mosquito-breeding marshes into money-making fields. The most practical and economical drainage method is to blast ditches with <use) Straight Dynamite Now that this explosive has been made low freezing, ditch blasting can be suc cessfully carried on in the coldest kind of weather. Take advantage now of the extended season for ditching with dynamite to drain your swamp acres. Come in and let us give you more information about Du Pont dynamite for ditch ing and land-clearing work. C. H. Gravenor Paul Northam Parksley, Va. Snow Hill, Md. DYI®IITE for DITCHING - STUMPING-TREE PLANTING —*l—————l———— — The Messenger Job Printing Department Is always up to date and it will pay you to give it your patronage. No order too large, none too small. THE DEMOC RATIC MESSENGER. SNOW HILL. MARYLAND. LIST FRONTIER OF WEST IS DOOMED TIMBER CUTTERS WILL INVADE THE MALHEUR NATIONAL FOREST OF OREGON. BIG TRACT OF VIRGIN PINE More Than Seven Billion Feet ol Lum ber, It is Estimated, Will Bt Taken Out—Man/ Miles of Railway Are Necessary. Washington.—Opening up pi the Twentieth century civilization f wlmt is tli-scriht-d u>. tin- lust frontl*r settle; nn-nl ill tlir United Sillies is lore-cell 111 I lie recent Hniii’tlnemer * by the for est serviee of tlic pniposcij sun* of llmlier in the Malheiii luitiolisil forest, t logon. Tills womleil section, now remote from railroad facilities and present tiny met hods of living, may soon ring with the sound of lil.usting and av blow.-, of pulling Inenmnl ives, of mill whistles, iiutomohile horns and other noises of industry Where now stand chillis of the forest will rise lumbering towns ami ugririiltiirul eoiiiinunlties, and where roam hear, deer and other wild alii mills muscular men and hardy women will tread liesecration id' the last (.'real "forest primeval" is impending. I.umhermen of the country sec in the brief statement of the service the llltal opportunity for their trade to deal initially with a virgin pine forest of wide expanse and the last oppor tunity for the settler to take |msses sioti of a region now remote from railways and markets and virtually Uliusoil agriculturally. Huge Timber Tract. 'flic opening for -ale ol the timber of the Hear valley unit of the Malheur national forest aflVets approximately NSNI.IHNI.INMI feet of lilue momitaitis tint her now and marks the beginning of the razing of the entire Sorest, eoatainiiic more than T.inni.inni.ihmi feet of lutnlier. To stall the liimln-ring operations it will he necessary to lutild about so miles of trunk line railway, in addition ti lap lines, tints opening Incidentally j for settlement an ugriciilliirul eoiiiitry having an area of lo.ono Mptare miles. ! or about twice that ol the stall 1 of ; Massnchuset Is. The ugriciillurnl development that will ensue upon the lumbering activi ties. which involve the employment of hundreds of men in building of iiirrs snry railway alone, will demonstrate also exceptionally the policy of using the national foresls as an adjunct of ’ the gcm-ral progress and welfare of ml.iiieeiit regions The forecast of the forest service pro\ides for al least one logging and lumbering unit tlitit will j lievet lm\e to mov, l elsewhere to find new forests—ut least one sawmill town j that will never die for Inek of material for its industries. The mill site reeoinmeuded is at Hums. Ore., a village of about I.INNI persons, loeated dll miles northwest of ! fra tie. the present lertuinils of h hraneli of the Oregon Short l.ittc of the Union I’aeitie railway, which leaves the main line at Ontario, ore. It is likely that the Union I‘ueitie would lilt ; dertake to build a branch from Crane to Hums If a sawmill were put in oper atlon at the latter plaee. it Is said From Hunts on. however, whoever buys the timber will have to hntld a logging railway, which Is required to he a common carrier, for a distance of fill miles to Senaea. The eouutry is open and with easy slopes, extremely well adapted to economical logging and easy railway eonstrm lion It is estiiaated thill, exclusive of the line from Crane to Hums, whoever takes this timber will have to expend approximately .s.'t.iHN i.inni in railway, building. mill construction and operai Inc expenses for tin first year, lie cause of the laek of rnllways there are lO.inni square miles of land In llitruey, firant and Cook counties almost on tlrely given over now to grnxlhg. The few natives of this seetlon contend that their eominuiiity. from a settle ment point of view, Is the last frontier in the United States. A Long Time Contract. While the urietent forest Is doomed, the terms of the proposed sale are such ttint the succession of its sylvan posterity Is assured. areordinK to the National I.umber Manufacturers' asso ciation. Thnutth the timber now of fered for sale hv the forest service Is sufficient only to keep a moderate sized laill running eautlnuoualy for years, the service will at the end of that time o|‘i> up another unit and so on until eventually 7.000,(100,flOO feet of timber w ill he made available. The unit It l now planned to open Is 7 per cent western yellow pin* l . Tiie minimum price the forest servlet* will consider for the pine In the Initial unit is S'j.T.'i si ilmu-niid and .">• cents for timber of other species, although logging the latter whl he optional with the contractor It Is stipulated that the mill must he In operation by April 1. lIfJN. ami that -tumpatte prices will he readjusted every three years there after. No Wonder She Left. •Tin leaving today mum." “Hut you've only been here a week. Bridget. Wind's the mutter?" “It's down rich! deceit, mum. Yes terday you save me the keys to the cupboard and trunks ami of y oil* Jewel (line- as nice as any thine you was about It And mol- there's not one of them tits what you said (hoy titled I" TEXT OF AGREEMENT ACCEPTED BY OPERATORS AND MINERS. * The tern* of the proposal ac cepted hy Imth the anthracite miners and operators to end the strike are as follows: 1. The contracts In force March 31. 1!<22. to lie extended to August It!. 11*23. 2. The production of coal to boffin at once .?. The organicitlnr. of opera tors and mint rs to Join In a rec ommendation to t'otißress that legislation he forthwith enacted creatine a “t parute anthrnclti coal eomml-sion. with authority to Investigate and report prompt ly on every* phase of the Indus try. 4 The continuance of pro duct ion after the extension date, to hr upon such terms as the par fit - may agree upon in the light of tti* report of the commission. The subcommittee of the gen eral policies committee of the anthracite operai <rs to he author ized t-i enter into an agri eiuent with the ntlicials of the United NTim- Workers, embodying th-- pro posals above quoted. issEdiiTs RIGHT TO STRIKE Distinction Between Federal and Private Employees WARNS POSTAL WORKERS Org.imz.it ion For Purpose Of Increas mg Salaries Is Termed Dis loyalty— Dst notion Drawn. Host- n Thi ’ w ■*!■■ c t.~: - tji-t: 11 :: !■ t-wccit .... tig.ii. of industrial opera tins ate! tin ion . .|.ot.d'.iiy rights ol j (Invcrnn.i . s-naiits" v.. itu pint six .! - tie re h.. 1-. • V-i'ant I’nstma.'it-’- ’ teller. :t ill I ~ a c;i: ,-s lief 11 : 1- tlit- ana: *i convent.on of the National Association of l’ostollicc I.alinrers. ■'l'ii.-ia.l workers." he aid. "may or i -.-iii/i ior the public good and tor '••-•if no ' aal licticii:. hut no group of | men ami imimn anywhere at any time j lit*.' a r -lit to organize against the (In\i run :it itself. I do not charge tiiat any have, hut I do |in ve Unit there - tii-i.-i who can -n no ditfer ence In tw i ti tin litm rnincut as an employ or and a corporation. To them 1 sound warning that tlic peo|di of \ tlic Up id States in the lasi analysis will In lound intenseiy jealous of the rights and powers of th<-ir Govern | men!. "suppose all ottlcf-holdcrs. ineludlng | Congress and all workers for the Fed j aral (iovi-rtiateiii organized and usiil tlit-ir orgaiii/a:ion for increasing ilieir own salaries and fin personal gain What would happen to ilit- country? This is said merely to stress the dis tinction hei ui ni public service and private employment. “Heltig i li listed in the civil army of our gri ai limeiinn-tit i> an honor and a ills •• - l ion. linked with obligations which forbid <>ur comparing our lot and giiagiiig our conduct with those who labor for profit making industries and corporations There is a distinc tion hi iween mir il lations and their rolatii ns as wide as the ocean. "Tin 1-tuple through their chosen ret r- a alivt-s t-x our pay hy law and pri-rrlhi ear place in the great gov ernmt nttil organization. We eannot agree in stilke in order to break down the government without being guilty ofdi ! ■ v iitv and eonspiracy. "Tin Government's civil organiza tion c n it- In- disrupted by failure Br friction at any point. Whoever will not tak- itis |d.hi and do his allotled task on the great ship of state must give way to loyal mm who will, la 1 your Influence and example he used not to a: i' te and alarm, but to foster riv-opcr.itinn without which we fail." IRON PRODUCTION INCREASES. Youngstown Mills Operating More Ex tensively. Youngstown. Ohio. lndependent steel mills ill the Youngstown district will open next week with their iron production Increased to fin per cent, over last week, it was shown In an nouncement- of operating schedules. Kighteen blast furnaces will be op erating as against 12 last week. With more Iron in sight steel production also will increase with 42 open hearth furnaces in operation as against 31 last week, and a Ite.-semer plant Idle last week araki-t producing steel. INVITES STRIKERS TO RETURN Spriiigllelil. 111. Striking shopmen were invited ti- return to work on thi "Ulcago and A Holt Ifallroad at etn : pleyi-s of th" Covcrnti'i-iif hy F--d**r. lodge l-Mtz.henry, who is presiding at j tin- trial here of 2fi alleged injutii tints iotn'ors. Judge Pitxhonry promisee i> any “trlkc-s who return to vvnrl he hem-tit of any eoiici-ssions that nay he won in the nation wide strii.i ie also ordered 2-’ additional ilop'lty T nlted states marshals to Hloomfiig •n 'ii protect t! ' shop.- there I NEW ARRIVALS DAILY |j ! In Coats, Suits, Dresses p ; jjjJL For Milady o The ('ream of the new season’s modes < o are being shown now at our store. The < I! P j!§\ models are exceedingly clever and dis- <> !! m tinctive and you will wonder at their < ! ’ jflujp - Ps\ charming effects. j A. JT 'v Our line is the most comprehensive !! !! T 7 we have ever shown. Now is the time ! > II l j to make a selection as we can fit you ! It a j in all models. 1> ;; 1 )|' We are also showing the new || ;; 1 .i ■ styles in sweaters for chil- |[ j; I'! W\ SiiV’ dren and grown-ups and a 1t ;; j Vf.f m varied collection of Dress !! ; Xs-s^jjjF^Jk, Goods and Dress Accessories. It < > • 1 <> J | < , (> I I X POCO.MOKE CITY. Ml). W/Tiat is youi* worth 9 T Y TORTH i.- a matter of fitness, whether it is in 11 work or in yoods. The purpose a thing or act can til. makes it valuable. Your worth is measured by what you can do. What art- \ i worth 'oitay? WHAT WII !. Vol BE WORTH FIVE YEARS FROM N >\V Y ur regurd for ><?i -i np ovement, your attitude toward sv*-:v ti • st : . your ii-iotion to - jcr.ficc today, that you may enjoy tomorrow, will toil. '•'.■.* ; ..or future strio if;;.. Plan ahead ! Shorthand, Secretari.il. Tvp* • ri *i• ■jy i d Ivwltk'v.iing enur<-s by expert teiiehers. Hay and S'igt.t Srn.i: a!i the year. Studer.tr adoiitt. dat any time. FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER I. Baltimore i- a • - y opportunity for th• who are adequately prepared |.it of d'-irab •• l>oar<.irig placer on lilt?. \V<- vtinM lie glad to assist you in making a reiectio.". May wo rend you our catalog'.* Bryant & Stratton Business College 21 WEST FAYETTE ST. BALTIMORE, MARYLAND I Auto Accessories,Gas | AND OILS ij The Cord Tire You Have ij Waited For o < > 1J lajw First Cost— J J !! Strength. Wear. Durability— || !! High Quality |[ It Good Looks - || I I Real Economy— J | 1; Standard Warranty |t ft uy Goodyear Cross- jj lib Cords For Cord j; Tire Satisfaction at ij a Lower Price 30x3-J Clincher $13.50 |[ 32x3£ Straight Side 19.75 jj 32x4 Straight Side 25.45 J | 33x4 Straight Side 26.80 |; 32x4A Straight Side 31.45 J| 33x5 Straight Side. 39.10 |J DASHIELL S GARAGE ;| ;\ SNOW HILL. MD. J t Wedding Announcements Engraved or Printed at The Messenger Office Prices Very Reasonable. SEPTEMBER 23, 1922.