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THE CASH CLOTHIER j JOHN W. ENNIS : . 37 YEARS EXPERIENCE U YOUNG MEN’S SPORT MODEL 1 1 ALL WOOL FALL SUITS < M SPECIAL Sizes 34 to 42 |; THERE IS A SATISFYING CHOICE OF PATTERNS. THE MATERIAL il IS ONE HUNDRED PER CENT WOOL \\ :: ;; The value is the best we can find. We believe it is the best to be found. Custom- V, i! ers that have looked elsewhere tell us they are the best they have ever seen. il Other Fall Suits ii ii Pricedjrom $22.50 tO $28.00 | ;; Here is where our Men’s Clothing Department Stars, here is where we expect to ! I carry off the honors. Imported Tweeds, Pencil Stripes, Tartan Checks, Snappy < < 3 3 New Plaids. ;; ii ii. JOHN W. ENNIS i| The Cash Clothier Pocomoke City, Md. :j ;; Located at the office formerly occupied by Charles 0. Melvin. 33 j ° The ideal fuel [ALADDIN] for city, suburban and country homes SECURITYOIL . . SIfSSS? ALADDIN SECURITY OIL is tne ■ / xi ideal household fuel today. It is uniform, clean and dependable in every way. And you can always get it —economically. The latest New Perfection Oil Range with Superfex Burners does all the work of a gas stove —and saves coal. This range is being in stalled in thousands of kitchens J*) today for year-round service. The Perfection Heater gives instant j warmth wherever you have a cold .aghj room. Whatever oil-burning device Sir' you use you will find Aladdin Security Oil the best kerosene for DCDrrrnrvxi lt * Don’t be without heat because *oJ]ficiters coal shortage. Bum oil —the ideal fuel. lHi>aH foun"Jn rV * T STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey) ■ If NEW PERFECTION Ohl Range with SUPERFEX Burners 1 THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER, SNOW HILL, MARYLAND. | NOT MUCH OF A SENSATION Romantic Young Man, Looking for Something to H*ppen, Received Something of a Jolt. The romantic young luan hu<i made friend* with the hotel detective early lb hie stuy ut the hutel. uiul he watched him moat of the time, wuillag 1 to aee something happen. He wan Just crossing the lobby on hla way to breukfiiHt one morning when u woman entered the door, and he huh the detective prick up hla earn and follow after her. ! The romantic young man turned In hla atepa urn) followed, too. The worn uu wmm of middle uge, well dressed. re apectulde looking, und In the momeiil that she crossed, unconscious of her followerH, nil sorts of thoughts Hushed ; through the youth's head. Perhaps she was a famous burglar Perhups she wus some sort of secret agent! Perhaps— As she started to step into the ele vator the detective touched her shoul der. She wdieeled about sharply. "Sir?" she demanded. The detective opened his coat to j show her Ills badge, and the romantic i young man waited breathlessly. “1 beg your pardon, madam," said ; the detective, "but It’s against the rules to have a dog in your rooms." The woman started. Hnd there, peek : lug out from beneath her fur coat, was the |,ink nose of a tiny poodle. ’Hie romantic young iiihii walked | buck toward the dining room disgust | edly. —New York (llohe. LIKE SOME VAST CATHEDRAL Investigator So Described Englieh Cave Known to Travelers ae Gap ing Ghytl of Ingleborough. The chief euves In England are ] about Inglehorough (northwest York i shire), in the peak district of Derby ■hire, and round about the Cheddar in Somerset. I Japing (Jliyll of Ingle borough goes down in one plunge of 360 feet, and was seientitteally ex ploreil in 18(15 hy M Mallei. Iteiow this the cavern opens out and the low er stage was described hy the French speleologist, in the Alpine Journal, as I ‘an Immense cathedral, unsupported hy | a single pillar. There was one vast hall, fiuu feet long. HO to UK) feet high, j Oti to 110 feet broad. Thus It is one ‘ of the live or six largest caves known \ at present to exist in the whole world. ! alii) the scene ranks among the most ! Impressive that I ever expect to culm* 1 across in my underground wander i Ings." The Derbyshire caves go deep, hut they are surpassed in brilliancy by j the stalactite caves of the Cheddar, hy the many hued masses of Incrustii tloti iu Lamb’s lair, and the snowy ter races and rich emblazonries of Swll don’s hole and other euves of Somer set. Love of Praise. The love of praise is generally con nected with all the finer sensibilities of human nature. To he entirely des titute of all this passion betokens an Ignoble mind, on which no moral Im pression is easily made; for where there Is no desire of praise, there will be no sense of reproach. Itut while it is udmltted to he a natural and. In many respects, a useful principle of action. It Is entitled to no more than our secondary regard. It has its boun dary set, hy transgressing which it is at once transformed from an innocent Into a most dangerous passion. When pussing its natural line, it becomes the ruling spirit of conduct; when the re gard we pay to the opinions of men encroaches on that reverence which we owe to the voice of conscience and the sense of duty, the love of praise. liuvlng then gone out of its proper pluce. Instead of elevating, debuses. — Doctor Smith. Foiling the Check Forger. A brunch of crime that cuuses grout ! loss to business men is check forgery. Uy the use of bleaching ucids. ink i eradicators and "penning," checks - uiude out for, say, SlO. have been al tered to sl,tiuu, und cashed for this amount. When such a swindle occurs, the hunk concerned Is not responsible tor the loss unless the actual signature hus been forged. The only method of preventing these crimes is the use of the patent check-writer, of which there are about fifty thousand In use. The muchlue “shreds" the words and fig ures Into the check. Acid-proof ink in two colors is used and a check would have to ho destroyed before any alter ation could he made. The Morris-Dancers. In England, in medieval times, the Christian feast of I’enticost absorbed one of the summer festivals of the puguu inhabitants of western Europe. It wus commonly celebrated iu all parts of the country by what was termed the Whitsun-ale, and it was a great time for the Morris-dancers, j Antiquaries seeui agreed that the old ' English Morris-dance, so great a favor- I lie in the Sixteenth century, and still ! used, was derived through Spain from | the Moors, uml that its nuiue in Span j isli, "Morisen." a Moor, was taken from i this circumstance. His Simple Plan, "How did you contrive to live so i long?" asked the interviewer. "1 didn’t make uny particular plans," said the brisk centenarian. "No?" T Just kept hopping out of bed every morning until the tirst thing 1 knew 1 hud becu doing it a bundled > ears." —Uirtiiughaui Age ileiuliL MRS. REINHARDT LOST 27 POUNDS Says Her iieulth Was Almost Com pletely Wrecked Hy Indigestion Melorc She (jot Tunluc. , Among the thousands of Baltimore people who have realized the remark able reconstructive powers of Tunluc | is Mrs. Murgurct Reinhardt, residing at 8117 South Thiid Street. "For three years pu-t,” said Mrs. Keinhurdl, "I have mi lie red almost continually with my stomach, in 1 fact, I at<- so little and hud so much I trouble from indigestion that I lost I twenty-seven pounds in weight and became almost a physical wreck. ”1 was weakened to the point where I would have sudden attacks of dizzi ness, and 1 was often so short of breath on account of the gu. on nty j stomach that I could hardly climb the steps. Every short while 1 would get : such a terrible sick headache that I had to give up and take to my bed for a day or two. 1 could scarcely ! sleep at all, had no energy and just i dragged myself through the day. “Besides stomach trouble I had aw ful neuralgic pains in my neck, shoul ders and arms. These pain, were so j had 1 could scarcely use tnv arms, and my back also ached so bad I could hardly stoop over and straight en up. My legs also hurt me so bad that every step was torture. “My condition was so deplorable that life seemed scarcely worth liv ing, but my case seemed to be easy for Tanlac. 1 found my indigestion 1 going away after the first few doses, ami six bottles of the medicine ha rid me of all my troubles and built me up twenty pounds besides. I simply feel like a new woman now and my husband and 1 both think Tanlac is the only medicine in the world worth while." Tanlac is sold hy all good drug- 1 gist.-. —Advert isement. Bought Tires For Kals I 11. 11. Johnson says, “Hat: gnawed tight through the fabric of a new S3O tin: while my car was in tin* garage. Thank, to Koyal Guaranteed Rat Paste, I won’t have to buy any more tiie.; for rats.” Rats do terrific dam age' to property. They menace your health! Royal Guaranteed Rat Paste j DOES destroy them. Joe & 50c tube's. .Sold and guaranteed by I’. D. Cottingham & Co, The l’eople’s Store, ”. E. Wharton it Son, Stockton. Bible Baseball. Seth Rilken say Sunday baseball isn’t sinful—and hi* has Biblical proof. Hero it i.-: Eve stole first. Adam tide second. Rebecca went to the well with a pitcher. Ruth in the field won fame. Cain made a base hit on Abel. The Prodigal Son made a home | run. Noah gave out rain checks. Miss Virginia Cook I.ikes It ! Mis. Virginia Cook, i f New York. I says Royal Guaranteed Roach Powder | is the best she has ever used. “1 got ' rid of them quickly.” If you are I visited with roach)■ remember the* name. Royal Guaranteed Roach Pow der DOES destroy all roaches- ! If | you have them now got a can TO- j DAY. 10c A- ‘Jar. Sold and guaran teed by P. D. Cottingham it Co, The People’s Store. P. E. Wharton & Son, Stockton. Self-Evident. North—“Dobbs i celebrating the arrival of a new baby at his house.’’ j West—“ That so? llow many chil-1 ilren has he?" "Didn't I say he is celebrating?’’ I GODFREY & WARREN, Snow Hill Headquarters for Paint W E rover have to worry about a painting Certain-fe -d paint is made by the maker” job if Certain-teed paint is used. The of Certain-te< d Roofing. That is guarantee quality is in the paint, and it shows up every enough for anybody. It is made on a cost time. It has so much good material in it plus basis which explains our low prices, that it spreads better that, most any paint you can buy. And how it does last. Set' !*** f_j Our Certain-teed Prices Xv House Paint Per Gal. Outside White (No. 446) $3.40 ■ Bungalow Brown (No. 435) 2.90 Prf Per Per 4#v N>. 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PERDUE SNOW HILL f FOR SALE !! 3: . :: j; 1 car Semi-solid Buttermilk,in bbls, 4 bids, \ bbls 33 33 1 car Powdered Buttermilk, in 100-lb. bags ;; 3! 1 car California extra fine-ground, pea green 3> Alfalfa Meal j; 3! 1 car Wire Nails, $3.25 a Keg ;3 It 1 car Galvanized Barbed Wire, 4c. lb. j; 1 car Seed Wheat 31 3 • 1 car Seed Rye 3 > 3! 1 car Chicken Wheat 33 ii !! | Joseph E. Holland i| MILFORD, DELAWARE ;3 SEPTEMBER 30, 1922.