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SEPTEMBER 30, 1922.
J 3j|o Philadelphia Wilmington Round Trip Sunday, October 15,1922 SPECIAL TRAIN Leave Franklin City 5.00 A. M. Hurslcy F>. 12 A. M. I (Jirdletreo 5.20 A. M. ■ Snow Hill 5.35 A. M. I Queponco ......... ... ■' l A. M. Ironshire ■ ... 5.58 A. M. Berlin 6.06 A. M. Showell 6.19 A. M. Itishop 5.25 A. M. 1 Arrive Wilmington 9.27 A. M. West Philadelphia 10.10 A. M. Philadelphia (Broad - Street Station) 10.15 A. M. RETURNING Leaves Philadelphia (Broad Street Station) 6.00 P. M. West Philadelphia ! 6.05 P. M. Wilmington 6.50 P. M. Tickets on sale beginning October 13 Pennsylvania System The Route of the Broadway Limited. j REDUCTION SALE \ I; OF FARM IMPLEMENTS I ° . Thomas Change-speed Mowing Machines <; Thomas Wheat Drills best by test J; j; Grow more wheat per acre \; Horse Rakes self-dumping <! Thomas Hay Tedders j; ; | Oliver Manure Spreaders J [ ;; Oliver Riding Plows j! < > In order to make room for our new Spring ;; ;; goods, we are going to sell you some |; jj REAL BARGAINS ! ! Come let us show you ! I Sole Agents for Cole’s Hot Blast Stoves and < > Ranges. Big shipment just in. See them. ;; ii I; Snow Hill Hardware Co. <• ;; KNOW HILL. MARYLAND t X - We Tell You So | Then* are no “set .speeches” in our Used Car Depart ment. Every car has its own history, its own limitations j and its own advantages. We tell you so—and even the inexperienced buyer know s at once that he can count on square treatment. A few of this week s offerings DODtiK BROTHERS Newly painted. Price !o\/. TOT KINO MAXWELL TOIKLSCS 1020 Production, (iood me We have three of them and chanical condition. Tires will sell all for .$1 •>').' 1 ). good, price low. BUCK SIX, 1010 NASH SIX Cord tires, newly painted. 162') Model. Fine condition Hood condition. Car has throughout. Tires good. Just Winter Top. A real bat gain, from paint shop. A bargain DOW;K BROTHER ROADSTER I.KXIMJTON SHOWS 1918 Fmiluction. Fino oon -192 ) Model. IN c*onditione I. tlition. A !>aii£;ri |him*!us*\ L. W. GUNBY CO. Salisbury, Maryland If You Knit Postal Brings 200 Samples Free Direct From Mill 121 c an ounce OLD COLONY MILLS Mannyunk. Fa. l -- ■■ ■ Kjtgs Halt'll 111 Eight Hours. ilu: average tim; reipiireri to hatch a ily’s egg is eight hours. A female will lay about ti<") eggs in 2 month-. They !• 1 with startling rapidity ami are a <lrH(lly mcnare to your health. I Vat., y flies! \\i,,e them out everywhere’ t'se Koyal (I'uarnnteed My Destiii' •r. $3 00 |>er gallon, with •■prayer free. Soli! ami guaranteed hy P. I). ('ottingham & Co., The People’s Store, P. E. Wharton &. Son, Stockton. THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER, SNOW HILL, MARYLAND. /fiucKr\ lISTRIKE/J IG it’s toasted | It's toasted. This one extra process gives a delightful quality that can not be duplicated BE INDEPENDENT OF STRIKES Build up Your Business SHIP BY TRUCK To the Eastern Shore Via the Only Real Ferry Boats Crossing the Hay In effect on :in<! after Sept. 13, 1922 LEAVE BAY SHORE (Baltimore) 9.30 A. M. 5.00 A. M. LEAVE ROCK HALL (Eastern Shore) 7.30 A. SI. 3.00 P. M. Daily—Weather and Tide Permitting ••YOt KI N KICHT ON AND YOl KI N RICHT OFF” In Ninety Minutes. The Perfect Eastern Shore Roads Start Bight At Our Pier TRUCKS(loaded to capacity] 2 TONS OR LESS (II It.) 82.50 3 TONS OR LESS (14 ft.) 83.00 5 TONS OR LESS (II ft.) 81.00 Less Without Load Commutation Kates Even Lower BALTO. & EASTERN SHORE FERRY LINE. Inc. 1 St. Paul St. Baltimore. Md. St. Paul 6329 HAVE YOU NOTICED how quickly your auto mobile mud guards and hood begin to look dull and shabby? A new finish with Valentine’s Vanadium Varnishes will keep them brignt longer than any other finish made. I v.ill do the job at a low price, though Valentine’s Varnishes are the highest pricec on the market. Send me your car. CABINET MAKING Repairing, Upholstering •• • • .... WALTER B.HEARTHWAY Snow Hill DELCO-LJGHT HARRY B. SHAW,Dealer 601 Clarke Ave., Pocomoke City. Md. Proofs Please Young I.oo—“You’re the only girl I ever loved." His Sweetie—“ Show me your hank book. If that i true, you must have sa' ed a lot of money.” DEBT FUNDING BOARD REVIVED General Situation To Be Taken Up and Considered FRENCH PARLEY MAY WAIT German Moratorium And Dardanelles Activities Figure As Factors— Great Britain's Request. Washington Hesumptt u> m meet ings of the Foreign 1 ><•’)! Film. ng Commission this week whs indicated at the Treasury, whom •• ...is said that immediate consideration would bo given to the general situation prior to the beginning of iniere-t pay ments by Great Hritain. Tim llrst meeting will he arranged übj*t to I the convenience ot Secretary Hughes, whose return ft an South Ah un , en ables the Commission i i inMiim.' its discussions. The prineip.il question to he de termined is whether thi il iior; sent i snail ucquiesce in the i• - ,>.• of Great liritaiu that an approxiui.it ion of $50.01111.11011 lie made ioi inter est on the S’.0(10,000,000 Lri-'ish war debt fiilliog due in tie- n-\t two months, i)ti Oct iber 15 $•!." ntio.oriu of interest from Great Hritain tails due and on November 15 oou,ndu, hut HI the rale oi a per 11 'it , wpin the act creating the Couinii--io.i . oilier izes the iumling of foreign :> iits with interest at 4U per tent. Great Hritain has sugg>- t .1 that an approximate amount ot interest he paid in October, and such adjusti cuts , as may lie necessary he made In the I funding arrangements to be worked ; out by the commission and tin British financial mission, which i- expected to reach ibis country late in October. Negotiations with France, which were interrupted by th- return to Paris of M. Jean V. Paruicntier, di rector ot tinatice of the Fretn h Treas ury. proliahly will lie delayed until after the completion of a finding scheme with Great Hritain. according to the view expressed at the Treas ury The recent development a broad proliahly will lie discussed b> the mm mission iu the light of tlm possible changes in tin- economic situation in the past month. The German moratorium, it was be lieved. would mean that Fram • would not have any greater tesour.es n r payment than a month age, \vhil< it ! was indicated that the British activi | ties in connection with the Garda | indies might have a reflection .u the ; debt situation. REILYS IMPEACHMENT URGE D. Porto Rican Commissioner To Ask Proceedings Against Governor. Washington.—-Impeachment of K. Mont Kelly. Governor of Porto Rico, will be sought by Porto Glenn Com missioner Davila, the Commissioner declared after he had discuss.-d con- I dilions oil the island with President Harding. Mr. Davila said he would offer an impeachment resolution when ! Congress reconvened. Renewing his appeal for removal of the Governor, the Porto 111- u ('inn | mission !' told the President that all I elements on the island were o| posed i to Mr H-dly's continuance In office, j He said Inter that this interview had j I given him little comfort, there having ; In-eii no intimation from the President J tin t Governor Roily would lie relieved. DR. PASCHALL CONVICTED. Found Guilty Ot Connect on With Death Of Wife. Franklin, Tenn. —Dr. George S. Paschal), of Arrington, was found guilty of -econ ! degree murder iu ■■ n- j flection with Dip death of his wife. Mrs. Bessie Wilson Paschal). Septem ber 4 Inst, after they hi I te- i mar ried three months. The \erdct car ries a penalty of 10 to 20 y- irs in prison. Motion for u new trial was made and Dr. i’.ischall \v.i* permitted to continue at liberty under ’.OOO bond. The trial developed no motive PERSHING CHANGES PLANS. Publicity Causes Him To Cancel Lease On House. Great Neck. N. Y. —Publicity given to the fact that General Persh’itg had rented tip* Sainpliner estate 1m a as a literary retreat, in which he planned to write a book about the war. has caused the General to • hange his plans. Mrs. S. S. Sumpliner announced. She said General Pershing had wired her that he would be obliged to seek another place REBELS KILLED IN BATTLE. Brigadier Devine. Dail Member, And Brian McNeil Fail. Dublin. —Brigadier Devine, a mem ber of the Duil Kireattn; Brian Mc- Neil. son of Professor McNeil, former Speaker of the Dail. and five other : insurgents were killed in a violent , battle in Sligo county. One Free! I Slater was killed. Thirty insurgents j were captured. •##*#****#****' < ! STATE i ! CAPITAL ! * * * Sh.pley To Quit "Cut’’ Baltimore.— Dr Flunk K Shipley, phytii in to the llmi e of Correction, mdihed lls** State Boar! of Prison Control t .1 n< ‘ would i.i ‘he an applicant t reap pointment by that body on ncii.ij.-r 1 (gl<- Murburv. < hairman of th Board, said lifter receiving l)r Shipley's b i ter that win u the Board meets on Monday it will take up the : tier of obtaining the • rvices of a physician from month to n until till . report lias bel li re- .e l i'imih the niedl. ai con utlttef recently named by tin Board to Inspect londßion-. at tin- il i * of Corroti.u and tin* Penitentiary. Last Dr. Shipley notified the lloan: th l he would resigi i n Jan nary J next, but lie was later in; rnied by the f! iard that his tern: would ex pire on Sept, n her .'iu and t! < Board would have to act before that date. The i;. i I ask.-d whether Dr hhipley < would hi an applicant for r> ippoim J ment. Hr Shipley wrote that he would * not A the Board did md reappoint him 1,.-1 ar he was under the im- ' pressi u. ' l.ii term w -- iudi-'init. . Iti i y was . rltici-e.| in th- re. J port oi Jo-eph F. Fishman, made re < cent!) ' ■ e House of Correction In- J vestig; thin Committee, o which for ' mer .i r, N. Charles Burk*- i- chair ] mat ' ■ nmendi i • lint he be 1 dtsmis! hit Dr. Shipley made reply , ill wi : slitting that In- was not a ' full tt: physician and that he was . badly Imr.l , ap,":| iu his work at the j I lons' of Correction. I.ast week the ' Burke eh. nt'iee met t- i I r the J cas< . iJr. Shipley am ! <•■. .1 Dr ' Gord n iVit on In his defense. This ! commit!.' ..iii meet again to consider tinal ... tlon on the Fis' nan opart , and recommendations. Forest Service To Fix F re Losses. Sci- :.":ic investigation to determine [ acctira' :y the los- troiii a s. veie . forest ;te Is b ing made by Federal ' and S' te forestry officials in Cecil . county The loss will he measured ' from the standpoint of fores! hi tun ' The investigation is the first of its ' kind It: Maryland, according to Karl K. Pfeift'- r. assistant State for* let. Tests are being made near Prin ciple K irn - o. where last spring 4.00 U acres were swept by tires which rage! for several days. Living trees ar* b< ing sin ii I as to how many years they w- put back in their growth and how much they were w. akened by flames. Rougli estimates some time ago of the damage done by the tires tn ir I’l'incipio were about s2l. (100. The State Board of Forestry has made an agreement for the pur. base of 200 a res of land between the Skip •tish and Swallow Falls forest re serves in Garrett county. The new tract will join those two reserves With the Herrington Manor re.-rv they will form an unbroken stretch of 2.250 m es. Twenty-Ninth To Gather. Matyi.r.d veterans of th*- Twenty ninth Division will hold their annual reunion at the Fifth Regiment Armory October T and S, iu celebration of the days when the division wen: into a* lion on the cast hank of the Meuse. Divisional dinners will he h. hi and separate companies "ill have informal meetings. On October s > emorln! services will be held for the n embers ! of the division who were killed in I action. Brig.-On. Milton A. Reckon! Mary i land National Guard, who is national president of the Twenty-ninth Division Association, is iu charge ot the ar rangements. Col. Washington Dov.ie. Jr., i- i kl.ig arrangements f->r the (•no Hundred and Tenth Field Artil lery; Dr. F. IL Vinup. for the One Hundred and Fourth Medical R*gi ! ment, and Herbert Blake, for the One ; Hundred and Fourth Engineers. To Inves'- gate Coal Mine Troob'es ) Governor Ritchie announced that it* ■ had asked William M. Maloy, Chait ■ man tbo Public Service (’..mini- ; sion, to go to Allegany county am. j imik. ' first-hand Investigation of the mine -trike troubles here. The strike in the Maryland coal : regions had been quietli conducted j till last ue-k, wlieu a party of strik ! ers attain I a party of miners going * to work w til t lie result that several j persons were wounded by shooting ; A numb.': of men were arrested ami ■ lodged iu jail. j The -x'-utive committee of the j Cumber! ind Chamber of Commerce S met and decided to make an appeal • to the Governor for protection for the ! working miners. A telegram was sent j the Governor stating that protection, local or state, was needed for the men ] who wanted to work and the Governor ; was invited to send a representative ■ to investigate. Hynttsvllle.—Hyattsville has just : i secured a modern fire engine costing j | xfi.oon. The Town Council has or- • dored $l,lOO worth of hose, chemicals j i and other equipment for the engine. • Money to buy the engine Is being j raised through a tax of 50 cents on : the sim) of property in the town i The transaction was authorized by j voters at a special election, when the J 1 proposition was indorsed by an over- ■ whelming vote. : NEW GOODS ;; —. !j j; UR offering represents a wonderfu 33 (j opportunity for you to buy pretty 33 _____ Fall Dress Materials at tremendous 31 savings. j; The Newest Weaves at the i| Lowest Prices ;; You have waited for these defignes. They j; are the latest. \ou will find c/' Ors and <> X weaves suitable lor the child, the miss, the <3 ♦ youth or the mother. 11 ♦ < - I Chas.B. Timmons & Son jj ♦ SNOW HILL. MARYLAND 3! 1,,,, j 1 BI PAINT I If ROT were as visible as FIRE you’d paint your bam today I TF you could actually see how sure- |; Alv your outbuildings were being B destroyed by the action of the ele- B ments. you'd be convinced that the B way to save money is to use good B paint, and use it now 1 fl The saving can be effreted by the B application of Devoe Bam Paint fl Into the manufacture of this product B goes only those basic materials in fl proportions that years of experience fl have proven to be the best. B Devoe Products arc time-tested and H proven backed by 168 years' expen- fl enceof the oldest pairt manufacturing K moron in the U. S. l-juntled ITS.. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 Frank M. Cathell and Norman | | M. Peters trading as the C. & P. | | HARDWARE CO. have pur- § 1 chased the entire stock of R. C. § | Peters & Sons, Berlin, Md. 1 We carry a general line of Hard- | | ware, Furniture, Floor Covering, 1 1 etc. Our motto is “To Serve the | I Public at the Very Best Possible 1 I Prices.” = s Try us and be convinced §* | C.&P.HARWARE CO. | I tTllllllllllllllllHtlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllKllllllllllllllHlHUlllMir PAGE SEVEN