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SEPTEMBER 30, 1922.
FASHIONS nv READY TO WEAR As one woman remarked the other day. while looking over our extended stock of new Autumn ( oats. Suits. Dresses. “Why. your styles are every bit as smart as those I see pictured in the late Fashion Magazines.” True. Madam. up-to-date-ness is a hobby with this store. Nowhere even in the larger cities, will you lind more beau tiful garments at prices that can compare with those assembled at our store. Materials are richer and finer—colorings are deeper and more luxurious—styles are more refined, more alluring than we have ever known them. Let us suggest an early visit to our apparel section to see these stunning new garments—to try them on—to see what grace and charm they will give. Feel free to inspect these new fashions at your convenience without the least obligation to make any purchase whatsoever. Come, let us show you what is newest and smartest. Stunning New Autumn Suits Our display of Autumn Suits is certain of an enthusiastic reception. Women have but to try them on to be convinced that rare distinctiveness is embodied in‘each and every model . The quality of the material, the ex treme care of the tailoring, the little , charming new touches that set them apart from the commonplace. All of these things will appeal to you might ily in these suits. Youthful suits of the novelty type showing rows of braid, and graceful flaring lines. Plenty of the larger sizes for the Matron. This store will be closed all day Monday, October 2d, on account of religious holiday. Ben*j Amin I SALISBURY O THERE IS ALWAYS A LEADER. IN THE GASOLINE PARADE §1 T IS “STANDARD” REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. THE BALANCED MOTOR FUEL STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEW JERSEY) The Best Is None too Good Order your commercial printing from The Messenger, and you may be sure that you are getting THE BEST. New Fall and Winter COATS An early selection from a complete assortment would be wise. It seems there is nothing Fashion could do to make Coats more beautiful than they are this season. So much thought has been put into the designing of sleeves, in develop ing materials, to trimming with fur in ways smart and practical. Materials are varied Gerona, Shawsheen, Panvelaine, Evora, Mar-' vella and such fabrics. Collars of Fox and Squirrel, large enveloping and warm. Other coats use no fur. but are wonderfully smart of cut and beautiful in materials. Just Unpacked New Fall Dresses A real combination ot stylo and value. Every one is a very pretty style and beautifully tailored. The recent shipment comprises all the most pleasing fashions that have been produced during the past two weeks. They meet the demands of nearly every occasion, business, street, after noon. semi-dress, travel—they are trim and good-looking. Draped , skirts, uneven hems, novelty sleeves, and new necklines. Colors are Navy. Black, Brown, and Cocoa. Materials of Canton Crepe, Satin Crepe, Poiret Twill. Tricotine, and Kittie Kloth, and the styles are too numerous to mention. THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER, SNOW HILL, MARYLAND. TARIFF MAKING IIP 10 JOE PRESIDENT New Law Gives Him Power to Adjust Rates HARDING LAUDS PROVISION Calls It "Greatest Contribution In Cen tury," In Signing Fordney-McCum ber Bill—Work Through Commission. Washington.—American tarill-mak- 1 iug entered a new phase with the j coming into force of the Tariff act of i 1!*22 For the first time in history ! Congress has delegated i>Hrt of its au- j | thorlty over taxes at the customs- j houses, conferring upon the President ; broad powers to increase or decrease < rates and to change front foreign to ] American valuation as the basis for assessing ud valorem duties on ini ports. Referring to the sections carrying this grant of authority. President Harding, in attaching his signature to ; the new act, declared that "if we ! succeed, as I hope we will succeed, in malting effective the elastic provisions of this bill, this will prove tlie great- j est contribution toward progress in tariff-making in a century." The Tariff Commission, created dur- i iug the Administration of President Wilson, will he the agency through which the President will exercise his new authority and present experta- I tions are that its work will rank al- i , most in importance with that ot the Interstate Commerce Commission. The I commission will make extensive in vestigations into cost of production at j home anil abroad and will report its j findings, with recommendations for , rate or valuation changes to the Pres : ident. Applications from manufacturers, i i importers or other interested persons ; for changes in rates or valuation basis i j may he made to either the President I or the commission, but such as were j addressed to the Executive would be ; | referred to the commission The first step would be a determination of ! | whether the facts presented justified J 1 action. If the decision was that they J did, investigation and. perhaps, hear- j j ings would follow. Chairman Marvin said the contmls* | ' stun had not yet hail time to work out i details of methods of procedure. When ( j this task has been completed rules j [ and regulations will be made public. While the commission has for years been engaged In making investigations as to differences in cost of production 1 at home and abroad and gathering \ facts about domestic industries, Mr i Marvin said its functions would be , greatly enlarged under the new act. J Aside from inquiring into questions I of rates, upon the commission will de j j volve the work of ascertaining wheth- j er American commerce and trade is i being discriminated against in foreign countries and making recommenda j tions as to means of meeting situa- , \ tions where discrimination is deter mined to exist. The ascertainment of production costs in foreign countries Is expected | hv commission officials to prove the i most difficult of the various tasks. It is anticipated that in some cases the commission's agents in foreign fields may meet with obstacles in gathering all the facts desired. However, in de- ■ termining whether there shall be i changes in tariffs, the investigating body will not be confined alone to j actual production costs abroad but j will he authorized to take into account selling prices in the American market and other conditions in competition in i trade. Treasury officials. In discussing the new act. said that although no reor ganization of the customs service ! would lie required, the staffs of the ; ! customs offices in a number of larger ports of entry would have to be e\ paniled to handle the increased vol , nine of work. Immediately after the Tariff act was signed by the President telegrams i were sent from the Treasury to Col j lectors of Customs, advising them 1 that the new law would become ef- t fee five at midnight. Returning to the House after the ; Itill was signed. Chairman Kordney ■ made a speech declaring that any , 1 advance in retail prices because of i the operation of the new law was unwarranted. "In view of the present high prlees | and enormous profit In foreign goods sold In our markets.” Mr Kordney told the House, "there is not the slightest ground for an appreciable in crease In retail prices in an> goods, foreign or domestic, and whoever so does will be a profiteer, pure and sim- j pie. Any such unjustifiable acts should he met, not by a repeal of this i American measure, hut by stringent laws making profiteering a crime, and misrepresentation of the tariff Incre ment in sale prices punishable as ob- . i mining money under false pretenses ” | PROPOSES BEER FOR BONUS. Washington. An amendment to the ! Constitution which would permit a nation-wide referendum upon sale of ! per cent beer, with th, receipt* from taxes applied to the payment of a soldiers’ bonus, was proposed In a resolution inti, dined by Representa tive Brennan il!e'<i|h’ i ■■•• i. Michigan I REPORT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF The Commercial National Bank, Mt Snow Hill, in the SUU* of Maryland, at the ! cloim* of buninra*. Sei*t l. r th. 1922 RESOURCES Loan* ami Pincounti* $£(2,374 .04 ! Ovi-nlraftr. weuri'd $ 1:5.71 tlnaocured 1,460.72 1.491 16 ' I S wruritie owned I >* I-•*!' t‘> wurr circulation s&<> 'HJO CK All other IS. Neouritie 45.405.07 '.*6.105 07 Oth*r Bond*. mtcuritie*. 19ft.71x.09 Itankinit hotm- 4.700.00 Furniture and Fixture* 2.H23.42 lawful rpwrvc with Federal Bunk 19.066.07 <*a*h in vault 12.522 64 Amount due from State hank. banker and Truxt t ompanien 10.64.* 92 <!hH'k on other Bank* in town •'.'MM Cheeka. drafta on Bank** outeide t 41 47 Miarellaneoue t’aah Itemn 449.5- 491.<>.7 K- len.|* ’• fund with U V’ iea*<urer 2 •' Other aaneta 42*32 j Total s6o* *44.1* LIABILITIES ! < apital stock paid in $50,000.00 [Surplus fund .12.fi00.00 j Undivid*d profit $16.*?H.34 Renrvel for int.. taxes inf.oo I*ewi expense paid 2.0-4.74 14.1W.60 : Circulating notes outstanding 49.100.00 Amount due Natiorm! Banks 307.41 I < Vrtified Checkaoutatandina 204.4 ft ; i’htki* outstanding H 3.1 21 ) Individual de| M .nita aubuTt to cheek 115.229. M 1 State count) town lepojota aecured by I pWk. *t<\ 10,(100.(10 Dividends Li.paid tjR.OO j Other firm- dejKisit 336.204.64 i Liabibtieaother than thne* stated above 102.50 , ! Total $005.544.1H I ; State of Marvlatjd. Count., of Worcester. - I. Clayton T. Ri haniaon Cashier of the aUnt named hank. d<. solemnly wear that th above s statement is true to th* Ismt of my knowledge and lielief. C. T RBHARDSON, Caahiar. ! Subscribed and sworn to |*>foreme ♦hi*- 23rd day tof Sept 11*22 HATTIL B WILLIAMS. N I*. Correct-Alteat: HERBERT W MASON , GEORGE M UPSHUR Director LAWRENCE HASTINGS ' Report of The Condition of DEPOSIT AND SAVINGS BANK Of Snow Hill, at Snow Hill, in the State of Maryland, a: the ; . 10-e of buainess. Sept lath, 1922 RESOURCES Lhi'ih and Di-counts $15.7,92. 73 Overdrafts secured and unset ured -.if/. ji | Stock?. Bonds. Securities, etc 1,1.404 50 Banking hni|K*> j Furniture and fixture* *r.ju,.uo j Other Real Estate Ownwi 3.7u0,00 Mortgage* and Judgment - 60(U)0 Due from National. State and Private Bank-. Bankers. Etc fi.369.-i* Check and other Ca I Item y, on Due from approved Reserve Agent ju 639 72 lawful money reserve in Bank US. Currency. Note-* f7.002.f>0 (odd Coin 296.00 M i nor Coi n j. Iv, j , - .50:; 2T* Total . .$232 151.4* LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in $2.7.000 00 Surplus Fund 11.500 00 Undivided Profit*. le*sexpenM*.Uxe- pd din '.in Due to National. State. Private Bank* Bankers and Trust Co.’s other than reserve j| 12 Dividend* unpaid 12.00 Deposits Subject to j Certified Checks 15. 00 Cashier’* Checks outstanding H03.*0 in. 744 55 Depo its Savintr and Special <>.252.01 | Total $220.127.116.11* State of Maryland. County of Worcester, ss. I. E. W. Marshall, Ca-hier of the above named liank. do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best nf my knowledge and belief E W MARSHALL. Cashier 1 Suh-criUd and -worn to before me this27th day of Sept 1922 WILLIAMS PARSONS N.P. Correct Attest : TH. COLLINS. 1 JOHN H TRUITT Directors. EDW p DAVIS, i Report of the Condition of the; home: bainjk \T NEWARK Ml> At the close of bud ness. Sept 15th. 1922 RESOURCES ! Loanxand Discounts $ J5.i%4.92 j Overdrafts secured and unsecured I ‘i7 Banking House. 6.000.00 Furniture and fixtures 1.000.i0 Due froni approved Reserve Agent* 11.07.7.15 j 1-awful money reserve in Bank 1.-96.54 . | Total $ n6.090.5n i LIABILITIES ; ('apital Stn*k paid in f 12.500.00 Surplus Fund t.noooO | Undivided Profits, less expenses, inter ! est and taxes paid 1.J74.10 I lk*|Mrit -übiect to check 26.274.61 ' ; Deposit- Savinirs Social si.-Ml -7 Total $ fifi.o9o 56 State of Maryland Worcester County. - I. R Fulton Powell President of the above named Institution do solemnly -wear that the above statement 1.- true to the le-t of my knowl *dge and belief R FULTON POWELL. Pres Subscribed and sworn tols*fore me thi- 2lst dav of Sept 1922 LEWIS J TUI L. N. P Correct attest HARRY W. BOWEN MARVELS. I.INGO Directors JOHN L MASON REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF First National Bank of Snow Hill at Snow Hill, in the State of Maryland, at the close of business. Sept. 15th. 1922. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts *460.696.67 1 iv*rd nifts secured $226.42 un-ccured TNI. S 3 1.010.25 Depo.-it to secure circulation 127 Other U. S. Gov. •*curi|ie 56.N50 00 Other Bonds. Stocks. Securities etc. 69. t00.up Hanking house. 5.U00.00 Furniture and Fixtares 2.550.00 lawful Reserve with Federal Bank 2>‘,7*k.46 Cash in vault 50.720 .76 Amount due fnm Hanks. Bankers. and Trust Companies h.7f>*.4l Checks on tank* in same town 67.40 t hecks, etc n hank-outside $769 76 Miscellaneous cash items 56 37 O 1.: Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer l 25u m , Other assets 290.00 Total $740,921 *7 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in SIOO.OOO 00 1 Surplus fund 50.000.00 Undivided profits $12,520.4*' 1-ess expenses paid 3.H99 17 6.621.23 Circulating Notes 24.700 00 Amount due to National hank- 3,517 30 Amount due to State Hank-. Hankers and Trust Companies IS (10 Certified checks outstanding 1.399.03 | Cashier’s Checks outstanding 1.82 ft-SO Individual detxMits subject to check 154.317.99 State, count/, town deposit- secured by pledge, etc . . 108.671.29 1 Di\ idends unpaid 10.00 (t her t ime deposits .. 289.5K3.M J Liahililies other than above stated 57.H7 j Total *740.921-87 , I State of Mary land. County of Worcester, ss. ! 1. Wm. E. Bratten. Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement ; is true to the best of my knowledge and belief WM E BRATTEN Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22d day iof Seid. 1922 A D TRUITT. N. P. Correct Attest: WILLIAM F JOHNSON, i OLIVER D. COLLINS. Director* A C HUMPHREYS. I Jacob Karch, 6R, I’hillipsburg, kill- j j eti Wednesday, when he picket! up a j [ I.IVK WIFE, asks in his will that no! sonjes be sung at nis funeral. PAGE THREE 1— mm ■MMMMSMMMMMSaai Time Flies ! '. whether we wish to admit it or not. (lift selection in October is mueh better than late December if you will take advantage of it. Complete stocks ami a wide .-election may be had now so why delay a choice ? A watch for dad or one of the boys, a toilet set for mother 01 sis. Take it home 01 we will put it away for you for later de livery. And it will help you equalize your spending over many weeks instead of last moment purse stretching. Many new designs in Jewelry of all kinds await you here. .TOCSJT*'^ V- ■ ” W. c Uincerd SNOW HII.U MARYLAND Save Vour Stomach littleWonder] Capsules J Quick Relief N^ss INDIGESTION No Bother dyspepsia On sale at I*. D. Cottingham & Co.. Snow Hill; or 6n corns by mail 1 postpaid from Jaques Capsule Co., Plattsburg, N. Y. Owp your owp borpe 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 shun 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 offlwrs of this Association, and he will put you right You can start right now. MARION T. HARGIS. President WM. D. CORDDRY, Secretary. Snow Hill Building and Loan Association SNOW HILL, MARYLAND. Sillicus—“Ah, marriage is a lot tery." Cynicus—"ln which it is much easier to win a woman's hand than her heart.” ' >