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STATON’ & WHALEY, Attys-at-Law Sheriff’s Sale OF VALUABLE Real Estate Uy virtue of a writ of fieri facias \ issiud out of the Circuit Court for Worcester County, Maryland, at the suit of Harry T. Phoebus, Assignee i of Bank of Somerset, a Maryland corporation, vs. Annie Biggin and Roger Iv. Biggin, and of a writ of fieri facias issued as aforesaid at the suit of Harry T. Phoebus, Assignee of Hank of Somerset, a Maryland cor poration, vs. Buell P. Biggin and Trissic Biggin, and to me directed I have levied upon, seized and taken in execution all the right, title and in terest of the said judgment debtors in and to the following described prop erty, to wit: 1. All those parcels of land con taining one hundred and forty acres, more or less, in Atkinson’s Election District aforesaid, which were con veyed to the said Trissic A. Biggin under the name of Annie Biggin by Herman 0. Parsons, executor, by deed dated February 14, I9IG, recorded among the land records of Worcester County, Maryland, in l.ibor 0. D. C. No. 23, folio 122. 2. All those parcels of land con taining seventy-one and one-half acres more or less, lying and bring situate in Atkinson’s F.lection District of Woreostor County in the State of Maryland, which were convoyed to the said Trissic A. Biggin by Oscar M. Purnell and wife, by deed dated For... Economical Transportation Buy a.... Chevrolet The Public Demands It P. A. Holloway < > ii We Are Knockers !! i > :: Every Day We Knock— i: The Spots Out of Things! < > i > i > ; TTHAT Suit, Dress, Overcoat, Skirt or Waist • < you stored away last Spring will serve you ;; well again this Fall if you will send it to us for J; Cleaning and Pressing. Get out all those winter garments today and let us clean, press and have them ready at once. We do your work the same day you bring it. - * Fall styles of clothing for men ;; and boys, here, also up-to date hats and shoes I DYMOND ;; The Snow Hill Clothier i * November 15, 1920, recorded among the land records aforesaid in Liber O. I). C. No. .09, folio 228. .'I. All ciops now growing on both said farms and that were grown on said premises during the present year and remaining thereon. And 1 hereby give notice that I will sell all said property in front of the Court House door in the town of j Snow Hill, Worcester County, Mary- I land, at public auction for cash SATURDAY. October 28th, 1922, AT 3.0(1 O’CLOCK, P. M„ to satisfy said writs and costs. WILLIAM O. SHOCKLEY, SherilT of Worcester County, Md. j = ■ '■ NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons are hereby notified not to trespass on my land with dog or gun under penalty of the law. All violators will he dealt with in strict accordance with the law. ROBERT H. SHOCKLEY, Route 1, Snow Hill, Md. Called “Cimcx” by Romans! We say “Bed Bug"—the Romans said “Cimex.” The Romans declared war on this dangerous pest and for a time they disappeared. We still have them though and they are a deadly menace to health! They carry unmen tionable disease! Clean them out with Royal Guuante.-d Bed Bug (..quid. 2"e. Sold and guaranteed by P. I). Cottingham & Co. I'he People’s Store. P. F. Wharton & Son, Stockton. THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER, SNOW HILL, MARYLAND. 1 Public Sale i OF CHOICE Mares, Mules, Colts I will sell at public auction to the . highest bidder at the livery stables of , Doc Ned Timmons, in Snow Hill, Maryland, on SATURDAY. October 7th, 1922, I j Commencing at LOO O’clock, P. M., t one carload of choice Western Mares, Mules and Colts. These are fine, selected stock. No . better has ever been offered in this ; vicinity, and if you want some real ! bargains, don’t fail to attend this sale, which will be held rain or shine. 4 1 Your prices will be my prices. ' Tills stock has been shipped and I I will be on exhibition at the sales : stables a few days prior to the -ale. ' i Come in and look them oxer, and ■! make your selection. 1 G. C CHINN, ■ Owner. CHARLES E. HILL, Auctioneer. W.M. F. JOHNSON, Attorney :d-Lav. Mortgagee’s Sale OF Real Estate By virtue of power of sale contain ed in a mortgage from Charles .1. Waters and Sadie Waters, his wife, to Thomas Z. Johnson, dated the 21st day of April, 1919, recorded among the land records of Worcester County in Litter O. D. C. No. 33, folio 121. in event of default of payment of the same, such default having occurred, the undersigned mortgage.- will sell at public sale for cash at the Court House door, in Snow Hill, in said county, on SATURDAY, October 21st, 1922, AT 2.00 O’CLOCK, P. M„ all that house and lot of ground situ ate on the east side of the Virginia road in the town of Snow Hill in said Worcester County which was convey ed to Charles J. Waters and Sadie Waters by deed dated the said 21st day of April, 1919. and recorded among the aforesaid land records in Liber O. D. C. No. 30, folio 120.. THOMAS Z. JOHNSON, Mortgagee. W.M. F. JOHNSON, Attorney-at-Lav.- 1 ! Mortgagee’s Sale t OF ißeal Estate > • By virtue of power of sale contain- I ed in a mortgage frem Elizabeth > Timmons and Charles E. Timmons, ! her husband, to Thomas Z.. Johnson, > dated the lift!: day of February, 1919, recorded among the land records of • Worcester County, Maryland, in Lifter ! O. D. C. No. 32, folio 372, in event of | default of payment of the same, such > default having occurred, the unrfer | signed mortgagee will sell at public > sale for cash at the Court House door, | in Snow Hill, in said county, on ; SATURDAY. ! October 21st, 1922, AT 2.00 O’CLOCK, P. M.. > all that parcel of land with improve | meats thereon erected, situate in the • Fourth Election Di.-trict of said Wot [ cester County which was conveyed to • Elizabeth Timmons by Caroline Beth ! aids by deed ilated Octclier 6th, 1917, ; recorded in the- aforesaid land records I of Worcester County in Liber O. D. C. | No. 30, folio 346, containing five acres > of land, more or less. ! THOMAS Z. JOHNSON, [ Mortgagee. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS. > Notice is hereby given that the sub-, • scriher has obtained from the I Orphans’ Court for Worcester Co., [ Maryland, letters of Administration ! j on the personal estate of I FRANK H. DYKES II late of Worcester County, deceased. | All iiersons having claims against I the deceased, are hereby warned to • -exhibit the same, with the vouchers [! thereof, to the subscriber on or before i the 20tli day of March, 1923. They ! j may otherwise by law be excluded II from all benefits of the said estate. [ All persons indebted to said estate • are requested to make immediate I payment. Given under my hand this [ 20th day of September, 1922. LEVIN H. DYKES, | Administrator. > l'est:— PAUL JONES, 0 1 Register of Wills. PUBLIC SALE! OF VAIAJARLE Household Goods I will soli at public auction to tlio i highest bidder, at my koine between Newark and Ironskiie, on the State stone road, light at Goody I fill, on TUESDAY, October 10th, 1922, AT 9.00 O’CLOCK, A. M.. a fine lot of Furniture, consisting of lied Room Suites, Rugs, Stoves, Lamps, also a set of Carpenter's Tools, and a few Farm Tools. These good; are all in first class condition, and must he seen to he appreciated. Come to this sale and take advantage of the opportunity of purchasing a fine lot of goods. TERMS OF SALK.—The cash will le required on all sums of §IO.OO or under. Over that amount four months credit will be allowed with approved security. \V. H. BASSETT. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the subscriber hits obtained from the Orphans’ Court for Worcester County, Maryland, letters of Administration on tho personal estate of OLIVER S. MERRILL late of Worcester County, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased, are hereby warned to ; exhibit the same, with the vouchers i thereof, to the subscriber, on or be* ! fore the 13th day of March, 1923.! They may otherwise by law lie ex-1 eluded from ail benefits of the said estate. All persons indebted to said es.ate are requested to make im mediate payment. Given under my | hand this 9th day of September. 1922. ARCHIE I’. MERRILL, Administrator. TEST:— PAUL JONES, Register of Wills. Farm For Sale At A Great Bargain 1 offer for sale my farm where I now reside, known as the “Peter; Dickerson Farm,” or later as the "Devereaux Farm,” situated on the State stone road leading from Gir dletree to Snow Hill, Md., Worcester County, containing 280 acres; 200 cleared, and 80 in timber. This is known as one of the best farms in Worcester County. It is in a very high state of cultivation, suitable for all crops. No better White Potato land than some of this land. It is a well known fact that it has produced over 100 barrels of potatoes per acre. Come and look it over and inquire about it. If you half way want a farm you will buy at the price, and 1 will give you possession Jan. Ist, 1922 if desired. JOHN H. HALL, R. F. 1). No. 1, Girdlotree, Md. | No agent’s profit if bought of me. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the , subscriber lias obtained from the Orphans’ Court for Worcester County, Maryland letters of Administration on the personal estate of LAURA BISHOP late of Worcester County, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or be fore the 27tli day of March, 1923. They may otherwise by law be ex cluded front all benefits of the said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make im mediate payment. Given under my ' hand this ltith day of September, ! 1922. CLAYTON T. RICHARDSON, Administrator. Test:— PAUL JONES, Register of Wills. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the sub- I scriber has obtained from the Or phans’ Court for Worcester County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the personal estate of THOMAS It. TARR late of Worcester County, deceased. All persons having claims against j the deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit tho same, w ith tho vouchers! thereof, to the subscriber, on or be- 1 i fore the 27th day of March, 1923. < They may otherwise by law l>e ex-! eluded from all benefits of the said ; estate. All persons indebted to said | estate are requested to make imme diate payment. Given under my band this With day of September, 1922. WILLIAM T. TARR. Executor. TEST:— PAUL JONES, Register of Wills. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons are heicby notified not to trespass on my land with dog or gun under penalty of the law. All violators will be dealt with in strict accordance with the law. I). W. WEBB, Route 3, Snow linl, aid. STATON & WHALEY & CALVIN y B. TAYLOR, Attorneys. Assignee’s Sale OF VALUABLE Real Estate By virtue of the power contained ! in a mortgage from Christopher Lud lam and Harriet D. Ludlnm, his wife, given to Calvin B. Taylor, duly as j signed to Mary A. Anderson, and re assigned to the said Calvin It. Taylor, as attorney for the purpose of fore-i closure, dated the 17th day Of Septem ber, in the year 1900, duly recorded among the land records of Worcester County, in Liber F. H. P. No. 11, folios 12D, 121 and 125, and also b. virtue of an order of Hon. John C. Rose, Judge of the District Court of the United States for the District of Maryland, dated September 7th, 1922, default having been made in the pay ment of the money as specified, the undersigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in front of the iianking house of Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company of Berlin, Mary-! land, on SATURDAY October the 7th, 1922 AT 2.30 O’CLOCK, P. M„ all the right, title and estate con veyed by the said mortgage in and to all that tract or parcel of land, to-, gether with the improvements there on, lying and being situate in Ocean City, Worcester County, and State of Maitland, on Baltimore Avenue, it being foi merly the church, property known as “St. Paul’s by the Sea,” i which was conveyed to the aid Chris topher I.udlain by the vestry of Wor cester Parish, in Worcester County, and State of Maryland, by deed dated the Bth day of September, in the year 1900, and recorded among the land records of Worcester County, it being; the same real estate where the said Christopher Ludlam anti wife resided until recently. TERMS OF SALE—CASH. Title papers at the expense of the purchaser. Possession given at once. CALVIN B. TAYLOR. Assignee, j STATON & WHALEY, Solicitors. Mortgage Sale OF VALUABLE FARM By virtue of the power contained in a mortgage from Posit; E. Tull and Maurice J. Tull, her husband, to Richard T. Ames, Margaret S. Fin ney. William S. Ashby anti J. Coley Ashby, dated January 13, 1921. re corded among the land records of Worcester County, Maryland.in Liber O. D. C. No. 10. folio 100. default having occurred therein, the under signed will e|| at public auction to the highest bidder in front of the Court House at Snow Hill, Worces ter County, Maryland, SATURDAY September 30th, 1922 AT 1.30 O’CLOCK. P. M. all that tract or parcel of lantl lying and being situate in the Second Elec- i lion District of Worcester County in the State of Maryland, on the north side of the public road leading from what is known as the Henry Hutt farm, now belonging to Elijah C. Shockley, to the Nassawango Metho dist Protestant Church, containing , sixty acres of land more or less.being the same property which was con-, veyeil to the said Posie K. Tull by 1 William C. Parks and wife by deed! dated January 13, 1921. recorded among the land records of Worcester , County aforesaid in Liber O. D. C. No. 40. folio 105. TERMS OF SALE.—CASH. Title papers at the expense of pur chaser. JOHN W. STATON, Trustee. E. STANLEY TOADVIN, Solicitor. Hartwell M. Malone, et al vs. Mary A. Chatham, ct al. In the Circuit Court for Worcester County. In Equity. No. 3142. Sept. Term, 1922. To wit: Sept. Cth, 1922. ORDERED that the sale made and I reported by E. Stanley Toadvin, j | Trustee, for the sale of the real estate; |in the above cause described be 1 ratified ami confirmed unless cause. ; to the contrary thereof he shown on or before the 2nd day of October next i provided a copy of this order be in ! sorted in some newspaper printed in j Worcester County once in each of three successive weeks before the 25th day of September in the year nineteen hundred and twenty two. The report states the amount of sales to be $7000.00. OLIVER I). COLLINS, Clerk. True Copy, Test: OLIVER D. COLLINS, Cleric. "NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS j All persons are hereby warned not to trespass with dog or gun on my, farm in Indiantovvn, or the “Moore, harm," near Snow Hill. Violators will be punished in sliict accordance with the law GEORGE HAYWARD Snow Hill, Md.' — The New Fall Dress Goods are coming in now—Series, Tweeds, Crepes, Satins and all the new and fashionable fabrics for the coming season. Call and look them over carefully. Also some particularly desirable items in Ladies’ Underwear in fine dainty materials, Nain sooks, Tub Satins and Silk Crepes,. They include Night Gowns, Slips, Petticoats, Bloomers and “Step Ins.” They are fine garments, well and tastefully made and will appeal to the most exacting. Gingham Dress Aprons are still popular They are handy and conveneint as well as good look ing. There is no reason why a woman, even when she is doing her work, should not be neatly and at tractively dressed, as she is sure to be in one of these. Our Shoe Department has had particu larly close and careful attention this fall, the result being a more than usually fine assortment all along the line. Boys’, Misses’ and Children’s Shoes are well represented in the line of solid, all leather, reas onably priced shoes for school use. Our shoes are well known and those who buy once are reasonably sure to return for more. M. T. HARGIS & CO. SNOW HILL, MARYLAND. GOOD QUALITY LOW-PRICED SHOES. \ /wt h ..;k .* $f GOOD, serviceable Shoes at prices that fit your pocket-book. Newest styles, attractive in appearance and price. We handle such lines as— Walk-Over Shoes, for Men and Women. Friedman-Shelby Guaranteed All Leather Shoes. Endicott-Johnson Sturdy Built Shoes and Dress Shoes for Men and Boys. These well-known shoes guarantee you absolute satisfaction. Polite and compe tent salespeople assist you in selecting your wants, We invite inspection. Wm. Goodman Snow Hill, Maryland SEPTEMBER 30, 1922.