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I Groceries (
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We sell fresh, reliable Groceries and Meats of
all kinds as cheaply as it is possible to sell
good goods. Let us prove to vou that it pays
to deal with JONES.
| The People’s Store f
E. M. JONES. Proprietor
SNOW HILL. MARYLAND
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PORTLAND CEMENT
OIDHW ALKS or highwjvi, on mim V
fa jflgj J O toot or in i car, the path require*
meets ire identical— open in all
Jfv’l wc.iihcrv. on. permanence,
{'n.v th-**e 1
essnti.jl, !’ii :n:o universal \
One cement 'n tin* last quarter
century has come to be called “the
Standard by which all other maacs
are measured "—Atla* Portland
Cement.
Ask your building material dealer
for help and advice, on that wjlk
i around your home, or the roadway
round your plant. He know* what
is best and will tell you.
The Atlas Portland Cement Co.
SjUi ojfiettt New York IW .n - >SiU.
Mills:— Northampton. 1* •
Hudson, N. Y.— Leeds. \..
“The Standard by which
all other Makes are measured'*'
| AXP-. “ ———
B/ast more stunts
1 / per dollar
jf with DUMORITE —
w Ac new explosive for
cheaper land-clearing
\A7E now handle Dumorite —the new farm
v explosive made exclusively by the du Pont
Company.
Dumorite is equal in strength, slick for stick, to
40% dynamite; has the slow heaving action of
20%, and at the price ex 100 sticks of 40%, we
can sell you 135 to 140 sticks of Dumorite, —
you can buy } i more dynamite per dollar!
Dumorite is non-freezing and can be used way
into winter.
For blasting ditches, we carry a stock of du Pont
50% Straight dynamite.
G. H. Gravenor Paul Northam
Parksley, Va. Snow Hill, Md.
NONSIEABSCHE (ffIJPDNt) NON-FREEZING
DUMORITE
THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER, SNOW HILL, MARYLAND.
ii FINDS FIVE-FOOT SKULL
S Scientist Discovers Remains Of Gi
gantic Land Mammal.
5 I’ king, Returning Irani a 3.-
■jj Ot'i ill.- expedition into the Khangl
5 and Altai Mountains in Mongolia, oil
E be’ 1 1r if the Museum of Nut il His-
E tot It c Andrews reported tinning
E in 'la orthwest section of the desert
S af (I > a five-foot t-k d! belonging to
£ the hitjiU'hiterium. a i rge laud mam
£ mat of ' l.e Neocene Geological period.
B Mr Andrews s;iii| th‘ ’ ill Indicated
g| the b .Ist was 15 fe.-t t il! and 25 feet
= long.
I PEACE TERMS
| FOR NEAR EAST
| Turks to Recover Constanti
nople and Eastern Thrace
1 program is Tentative
E To Erd War Menace—Lloyd George
Modifies Attitude Toward
Thrace And
Greece.
5 Paris. —Limited assurances Invtdv
|| ing the return of Const i ltinople, East
ern Thrace and Adrian.>|.!e to r.irkey
= were t -utatively agreed upon at a
meeting of the conference "f Aided
representatives and will he formally
considered by the French and British
Cabinets. Approval of these condi
tion of peace would me . . definite
ond to 'he Near Fast crisis, and, it is
hoped, would remove nil possibility
of a clash between the British amt
tlie Turkish National.its. To meet
tho Insistence of the British licit no
claims of the Angora Government
should he accepted In advance of i
peace conference, the plan would be
subject to further discussions and a|>-
proval by a full peace conference.
Taking the so-called Nationalist
pact as a basis, the Allied represents
tives discussed for nearly four hours
the Turkish demands. I.or I Clinton,
t tie British Foreign Secretary, ex
pressed some doubt as to whether his
Government agree with any of
the conditions of the Nationalists in
advance of a peace conference, but
he finally consented to forward the
plan to London. At first laird t'urzon
opposed even tentative approval of
tlie Turkish demands before all tin*
invited Powers discussed them around
the peace table, but the insistence of
M. Poincare, the French Premier, won
hint over to tlie extent of tccep’ing
them contingent on tiioir full indorse
ment by the British ("abi et.
M. Poincare favored o tt-antl-oiC ap
proval of all the Kemattst liem.u.ds,
but it is realized in French Govern
ment circles that the best that can
he hoped for is limited acceptam e by
Great Britain.
The general scheme for would
s contain in tin* following points:
Constantinople. Adriauople and
Eastern Thrace up to the ilii. r Ma
ritza would ho handed hack to Turkey
subject to acceptance of a broad
i demilitarized zone along the Thru
'clean. Bulgarian and Gr<-e<iin fron
, tiers.
1 Interrationalization of "lie S'rails
of the Dardanelles under tlie League
of Nations or some other late - a’cmal
body.
Maintenance of a permanent Allied
military force at Gallipoli.
Rigid treaty clauses insuring the
protection of the mino.ifies in Tur
key.
ft Is probable the British fort e at
Channk would remain there until a
peace treaty is signed between Tur
key and Greece. The British also
would further limit the si/e of the
f Turkish force in Eastern Thrace to
insure peace to that part .if Europe.
NECK BROKEN; LIVES.
Said Man With Double Fracture May
Recover.
Chicago Charles Slock well. f!3, t*i
press clerk, injured when the "Mil-
Ilon-Dollar Express” of the Michigan
Central was wrecked nl Gary. fnd..
August 20, probably will survive a
double fracture of the neck, accord
ing to an announcement by St. !.'ike's
Hospital authorities,
j Stockwell's Injuries were regarded
fatal at ilrst when examination dis
closed fractures of tho sixth and
seventh cervlcl.* vorttbae. but, unlike
most Injuries of th** kind, tlie spinal
cord was not severed.
Stockwell's home is at Niagara Falls.
N. Y. He has been employed by the
I An-erican Express Company for 40
! years.
MISS GATLIN TO FLY ACROSS U. S.
Will Memorialize Mothers Of Av : ators
Who Died In War.
Washington.—Miss Liilian Gatlin, of
j Sun Francisco, will fly across tho con
tinent for the purpo.-e **f i.iemorlaliz
) ing Gold .Star Mothers of a.iators who
• lost their lives in the w:.r Miss Gat
| |in will fly via air mall and will he
' the flrsl woman to cross the continent
by the air route. She will fly direct
i from San Francisco to New York, and
' from fhr k;:t‘*r place will fly to De-
I i troit to he present at th- 1 meet
to h<* held flier* next month.
INDIANTOWN
• Mr. nml Mrs. Handy B. Truitt ant! |
Mi . Elizabeth Davis spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George
’ T. Kit* : it!-on, of Newark.
1 Mr. ai.c! Mis. Ralpl Shockley nnt!
chili! ten motored t oVirginin Sunday ,
to visit friends.
f
j Mr. and Mrs. Hand; B. Truitt, am! .
( Mr.- (baric.- Littleton and children
motored to Salisbury Monday.
Mr. and Mi . Harold Nock and!
I dauglto’. ant! Mr. and Mr.-. Grice
, Payne and daughter spent Sunday!
with their brother, Mr. I'enjatnin
Parade*, in Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Kerman Mariner
spent St r < : a\ with, relative* at Cri
field.
Miss h Not'., cf Stockton,
spent frt in Friday until Si r.day v Ith
1 Miss Not tit Shockley.
Mrs. Lottie Bissc!!- -pent last week
with Mr. and Mr Finest Shockley
atul Mr. int! Mr.-. John Shockley.
Mr. ant* Mir. A', tier Dishamon
am! tliilt'rtn, ant! Mr and Mrs. Otho
' Mariner and st>:i spent Sunday with
their mother, Mis N. ,1. Gray'.
Mr. and Mis. James Devereaux ■
spent Sunday evening with Mr. anti
Mrs. Samuel J. Williams.
Miss Emily Disharoon spent Wed
nestlay tit! Icr sister, Mis. James
Deveieaux.
Mr*. King Adkir and c! ildren en
tertained seven! friends Sunday
: afternoon.
Mrs. Walter Shoeklo) ant! Mr...
I.uthe Shot kit spent Tuesday with.
Mi-s Nc *tit Shockley.
Mr . Andrew Powell, of Philadel
phia. is pt tiding si.ait time with her
daugl.iei. Mi . .Nermun Mariner.
Mr. . i t' Mrs. Ed wait! Adkins enter
tained Mr. and Mis. John Blitting- j
i ham and son. John, Jr., and Miss'
liurlc. . o f Pocomoke, from Friday
until Sunday.
COLBOIRNE
Mr ant! Mi . I"c •is Mcrri- ant!
family, Mr. and Mr: A. I . Shockley
and famih , and Paul Gortlv spent!
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. K. R.
<iordy.
Mrs. Burns ant! chiltlren. ant! Mrs.
Richardson and .-on spent Sunday
with Mr. anti Mr . James West.
Mr. ant! Mrs. W. S. Carmean spent
Sunday evening with Mrs. J. W.
; Drytlen.
Mr. ant! Mr.. Kliner Gotifrey ant!
children, Maude ant! Vaughn. Mr. ant!
Mrs. Fred I’usey, Mr. and Mrs. (air
man Perdue and family, anti Mr. ant!
Mrs. Zat'.ok Sturgis .md children. Wil
liam am! Francis, spt nt Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Perdue.
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Carmean and
daughter.-, Thelma and Eunice, sfient
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
j Mrs. W. S. Carmean.
Mrs. John H. Shockley pent Sun-j
day witF. Mr. and Mi . Marion Pusey.
Rev. and Mrs. I. S. Owen.- anti fam
ily, Mr. anti Mrs. Luther Timmon.-1
; and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Phillips spent Suntkiv \.ith Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Phillips. '
Mi . i.. It. Gold; pent iuesday
witii Mrs. E. W. I etirue.
NEWARK M. E. CHARGE
Sunday, October I. 1922.
I run shire M. E. Church
!..'!<) A. M. Pleaching.
HUM* A. M. Sunday School.
Bowen Church, Newark
HMMI A. M. Sunday School
ll.oti A. M. I teaching. Subject:
“Objective s.”
7.00 p. M. Epworth l.eague,
7..".0 p. M. Preaching. Theme:
“The Disarmament of Sin."
Wesley Chapel. Cedartown
J.::o p. M. Sunday School.
:t.::o P. M. Preaching.
W. F. GODW IN, Pastor.
, •
1 Wish |
"1 have taken Cardui for run- g
B down, worn-out condition,
8 nervousness and sleeplessness.
1 and i was weak, too," says
I Mrs. Silvic Estes, of jennings,
I Okla. "Cardui did n:e just lots
I| oi good—so rruch that 1 gave it ■<
Hto my daughter. She com-
H plained ota soreness in her sides &jg
s and back. She took three B
jS bottles of
CARDUI
H The Woman's Tonic I
jjl and her condition was much I
|H better.
“We have lived here, near I
j Jennings, for 26 years, and now |
II we have our own home in town. I
In I have had to work pretty hard, I
1 Ijj as this country wasn't built up, 1
om and it made it hard for us.
1 111 "1 WISH I could tell weak 1
BM women of Cardui—the medicine It 8
li| that nelped give me the strength I
to go on and do my work."
Registration Notice
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
| the officers of Registration of voters
of Worcester County will meet at the
' time and place hereinafter designated
for the purpose of registering new
1 voters and issuing transfers to voters <
v ho have removed from the district!
in which they last voted.
Said sittings of the Registration
Officers will be held ou
Tuesday, Oct. 3d. 1922
Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1922
From 9 a. in. to !> p. m.
1 ISTKiCT No. I, Co-ton's, Pre
cinct No. I. In the county voting
iot so at corner of Clarke Avenue
itut' Cedar Street, Pocomoke City.
DISTRICT No. 1, Co-ton’s, Pre
cinct No. 2. In the storehouse build
ing of F. M. Wilson, on Clarke Ave
nue, Pocomoke City, opposite the resi
dence of James 11. Townsend.
DISTRICT No. 2, Snow Hill, in
I the county voting house in Snow Hill.
DISTRICT No. .'I, Precinct No. I.
In the county voting house in Berlin.
DISTRICT No. !!. Precinct No. 2.
In the office of I. S. Mumford & Co.,'
on Caroline Street, Ocean City.
DISTRICT No. I. Newark. In Odd
Fellows Hall in Newark.
DISTRICT No. ft. St. Martin's. In
the barber shop of David J. Cropper,
in Bishopville.
DISTRICT No. fi, Colbourne. In
the county voting house in .-aid dis
trict.
DISTRICT No. 7, Atkinson's. In
the county voting house in said dis
trict.
DISTRICT No. S. Stockton. Pre
cinct No. I. In the barber shop of
P. B. Peyton, in Stockton.
DISTRICT N’o. S. Stockton. Pre
cinct No. 2. In the building next to
Scarborough, Onley & Co.'s Store, in
( iidletree.
DISTRICT No. !*, West Berlin. In
the county voting house in Berlin.
Registration Officers will appear
before the Board Monday. October
2d, to receive Registration Books.
The Registrars will also sit at their 4
respective places of registration on
Tuesday, October 17th, 15*22, from
8 a. m., to 7 p. m., for the purpose of SI
revising said registration lists. No :
new names will be entered on that :
day.
Published by order of the Board of 3
Election Supervisors of Worcester 3
Countv.
MONTGOMERY STAGG. Pres. =
FRANK P. BRATTEN,
JOHN H. TRITTT,
Supervisors. :
JAMES W. ATKINSON, Clerk.
= :
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We Tell You So
There are no “Set
Speeches” in our Used :
Car Department. Every
car has its own I istory.
its own limitations and
its own advantages. We
tell you so and even
the inexperienced buyer
knows at once that lie
can count on square *
treatment. j
A few oj this
ireeh’s otferiny* j
DODGE BROTHERS
TOIRING
15120 Production. Good me
chanical condition. Tire
good. Price low. :
NASH SIX
iy2i* Model. Just from the
paint shop. Reconditioned.
Tires good. A hat gain pur
chase. :
BUCK TOIRING
1919 Model. Newly painted
and conditioned. Tires gooil.
Car has Winter Top. Pries
low. :
FORD SEDAN
l!>2<i Model. Good condition
throughout, but needs paint.
A rare value at the price.
DODGE BROTHERS
ROADSTER
15MK Production. Excellent
condition. A real bargain.
PAIGE TOI RING
1918 Model. Newly painted
and conditioned. Gcud tire
ail around. A bargain pur
chase. -
L. W. GUNBY CO.
SALISBHIKY, Ml).
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DH. W. H. RICKETTS
Dentist
SNOW HILL. Ml).
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No Matter
Whether You Are Tall, jj
Slender or Stout
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Or whatever your features may be, We Have The !
Hat to Suit You, in the Stetson Mallory Makes. < •
Come in and try on one. <!
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes !j
in young men’s styles-medium, stout and regular, ;;
are here in all shades, and we can tit you. ;;
Right Posture Clothes
made by the Snellenburg Clothing Company, of ;;
Philadelphia, are here in abundance for the school ;;
boys. If you want a suit that will hold him, get him R
a Right-Posture Suit,—they have an elastic Combi- R
nation in the back that reminds a boy to stand erect. ;;
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Complete Line of Shoes and ! t
Low Shoes for Entire Family
H. W. CALLAHAN & SONS jj
POCOMOKE CITY', MI). R
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Let Us Make That
NEW SUIT
| for you, or come here and buy one ready to wear, of i
1 the best material and the best made.
Fall goods are arriving daily purchased to suit our |
| exacting trade and guaranteed to give satisfaction. |
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KUPPENHEIMER, KIRSCHBAUM and
STYLEPLUS SUITS
STETSON AND SCHOBLE HATS
MANHATTAN SHIRTS
| SWEATERS for men and boys,all styles and colors. |
| SUIT CASES -A full line in new styles and colors. 5
| LH. Merrill Co. |
J. W. SINGLETON, Proprietor f ,
| Established 1562 POCOMOKE CITY. MD. | j
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Money to Loan
Money to loan for first
mortgages on tract of I<M)
acres or more IMPROVED
FARM I.AND.
H. C. FOOKS,
723 Munaey Building,
Baltimore, Md.
BiltHWjiftt^S'sc^ea'.TnOTwVcM'r.
jbiwts
TWfJryM* waiiriM iwuniaa
POWELLCHEWCULCft*"'
Price. ?sc. EOc. 91.00

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