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TheDemocralicAdvocate
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY
The Democratic Advocate Company
OF WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND.
Entered nt the Poetoßre. Westminster,
Maryland, Second Class Matter.
AII correspondents with this oßce should
be addressed to "THE ADVOCATE.”
TERMS $1.50 per year; 75 cents for 1
■lx months and <lO cents (or three months.
Single copies 3 cents.
E. O. DIFFENDAL, Manager.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 6, 1921
COOOMHHMHOOOtOOO*
SALE . REGISTERS . |
UNMMtMSaHUHM
May 7, at 12 m., valuable household
and kitchen furnltue, buggies, bar- 1
ness. etc. Herbert C. Btxlcr and
Sterling fl. Hlxler, on the premises of
the late Mary C. Hlxler, in Buchmuti a
Valley. • ' j
BRIEFS
Pimlico races are on and so are our
sports. ,
Snow Tell In Western Maryland.
Saturday.
Sunday baseball wins in Funks
town corporation election.*
Miss JSsta Kemper. Pennsylvania
avenue, spent several days visiting in
Baltimore. • , ,
Hog choleta lids broken tint among
the swine at Springfield Hospital,
Hykesvllle.
Everett M. Iloyd. Rco truck agent,
sold last week three lieu speed
trucks.
The’ Tidewater Cement plant at
Union Bridge, is operating on uuout
an 8a per cent production.
Mrs. Leßoy Massicot and daughter,
Catherine, are spending some lime
with relatives in Baltimore.
$9.00 a ton or IS cents a basket', is
what farmers are being offered for to
matoes over in Kent county.
Misses Helen Sier and Mildred l-ee.
of Baltimore, were week's end guests
of. Miss Violet Tnrlle, this city.
Wednesday was an excellent day
for ducks. A continuous down pour
* of rain fell 'throughout the day.
A marriage license was issued In
Klllcott City Saturday to Koacoe
Brown and Huey Jackson, both of .V .
Airy.
Mr. and Mrs, James Abbott, of
Banclyvßle. are receiving congratu
lations over the arrival of twins -a
boy and girl.
Miss Anna Reexe, of near this city,
bas purchased the three-story brick
residence on hoist Main street: from
Mr. Walter Taylor.
New York lias fir-8,153 motor vehicles
■while South Dakota has population
of 65.1,047. New York has 15.8 per
sons pur automobile.
Mall ,('airier Joseph Witter has
been confined to his home on Park
avenue bV sickness, but is Improved
enough to return to work.
Mahlon 1.. Bush. 72 years old, drop
ped dead at Stowe. Pa., while ('to was
plowing a field. He wits an active
volunteer fireman for years.
Joseph Newton, Baltimore, was in
stantly killed Sunday when he was
caught between the elevator snef ttu
Hour In Montreal-.Apurtiiienls.
John F. Robinson, a retired elm;
owner, died at ills home in Mla"il.
Fla.. Saturday, aged 77 years. Robin
mod's circus showed in this city sev
eral times during his career.
Mrs. Raymond Myers, h.dst Main
street, and Mrs. .Thomas land ay.
Bond street, were called to the bed
side of their mother, Mrs. Thomas
Kreglo. at Portsmouth. Yu., Saturday
Mrs Kreglo is dangerously 111.
Miss Louise Barnhart, George
street, left Sunday 'for Hast Orange,
N. ,1., lo make her home with her
aunt, Mias Lou Easton. MBs Barn
hart is only 7 years of age and made
the trl|> bf herself to her aunt.
Mr, Raymond Mart/., mall carrier,
on Ultra! Route No. 2, will tie trims
ferret! ,fo the Parcel Post h
this city after May 16, relieving ttr
Joseph Witter, who will take over
Rural Route No. 2 In the transaction
Westminster Realty & Insnran <■
Co., Jas. 1). Mitchell and Carroll L
Crawford, report the following sales
recently; Harry T. Miller farm on tin
Westminster and Manchester Stale
Road to L. W, Plummer, and the J. 1>
Croat) lots on Fair Ground Hill to
Mr. Geo. Klee.
T,hfe Rev. Dr. Francis T. Tagg, Sun
day celebrated the (ifly-tirsi anniver
sary of his entry into llio ministry of
the Methodist Protestant Church by
attending service at North Baltimore
church. Dr. Tagg Is 76 years old and
•was born In Carroll county.
Mr. and Mrs. William T, Gibson, of
“Tree Top Farm." entertained Wed
nosday, the following guests: Miss
Ruth L. Gibson, a graduate nurse of
Hykesvllle; Miss Edith Connor, of
Iron Gates, Virginia; anti Miss Rcba
Dutrow, of Frederick.
Miss Margaret Graybill, New Wind
sor. entertained the Jogtemeablve j
Club of Westminster at her home
April 27, the entire .membership of
eighteen being present and, needless
to say, they enjoyed the games and
music and. Inst but not least, .the re- ,
freahments.
. The lone combination freight and
’ passenger train on the Klshocoquill- |
as Valley Railroad, nine miles long,
running .between Rcedsvllle. Pu., and
Belleville, suffered Its first real
■wreck .in 30 years when the rails
spread, derailing a freight car loaded
wheal.
*
! Sheriff Atkin of Harford county, re
fused to have Maryland State police
I sworn In as deputy sheriffs of his
' county.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cover, of Bal
tiraoro, were week's end guests of his
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Cover,
: West Main street.
Mrs. Mary B. .Hiker, wife of Daniel
j Baker, died Sunday at her horn* in
j Baltimore. She whs a graduate of
Western Maryland College.
Harry Shaffer and Jesse .Myers,
this city, have purchased the Cheno
j wlth’s & imtl )0 cent store, corner
; Main and lomgweil streets.
! t
The third game pf base ball bc
-1 tween W. M. C. and Westminster that
was to be played Wednesday was
1 postponed on account of rain.
Mr. Joseph Shrecvc, lias sold his
store and residence on East .unit)
street to a Baltimore man. 1 r.e store
is being occupied by Bar
gain Store.
Mrs. M. C. Smith and -two sons, of
Baltimore, were .guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Rrowil, East Main street
and Mr, and-Mrs. Geo. Smith, of New
Windsor, this week. ,
State Motor Vehicle Commissioner
Baughman lias since January I, col
lected over $1,700,000 in license fees,
by far the largest amount ever col- .
lected In the same period.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Miller, of
Fiuksbiirg, wish to announce the en
gagement of their son, Jacob Miller,
bf the F. S. Navy, to Miss Mary Jen
kins. of 746 Oak wood avenue, Balti
more, Mil.
The subscription fund for the new
lire trtick for the Westminster Fire
Department will no doubt gel ;> boost
froth the sale now being conducted
by Lebrfvld'tc Bargain Store. See
their advertisement in Ibis Issue.
The funeral of Slide Purchasing
Agent. Albert 11. Wchr. who died* of
heart trouble Tuesday idler being
stricken In bis office, look nlace Fri
day morning at II o'clock from bis
resilience. Mount Washington. Burial
will be in Druid Ridge Cemetery
Among the succVsi;ful applicants
for positions With the Slate Police
force were Eugene r Wright, Jr..
Pennsylvania avenue; Harry !■;
Reese, Liberty street, this city; Wil
bur Bilker, Colon Bridge, and Charles i
11. Thompson, Marrlotlsvllle. Ttiere
were is phased out of If.* applicants
Thomas. Bennett A Hunter, con
tractors, this city, were the lowest
bidders on a three mile concrete
highway from Gaithersburg, connect
Ing with the Taylorsville road The
bid will lie acted upon by the Stale
Roads Commission at their next
meeting.
Lucius J. Holland. 4.' "ears old. at
torney, churchman and hank director
of Bluetield, W, Ya . Monday morning
at the Hotel Carroll, Lynchburg, v .
murdered his bride of three days and
Hun cut bis own throat from ear to
< ar, producing almost instant death
He cut her I hr Oat with the same raz
or.
Conviction of (’lifted Btale* s-n -
tor Truman If. Newberry In Federal
Court in Michigan for conspiracy t.i
violate the Federal Corrupt Practices
Act was set aside by the Supreme
t’jurt. The conviction of 16 other d<<
fondants iilm was set aside. The
court held that Congress was with
out power to regulate primaries.
Thirteen of the men convicted In
Federal Court. Mm on. ,Ga , for par
ticipation In Hie conspiracy to roll
the American Hallway Express C >m
puny of goods valued at more Hum
$1,000,000, were sentenced to penile n
Gary terms by Judge Evans. In (ho
cases nf the other 28 men tines rang
Ing from $ 300 to ,83000 were a .es-c-cl.
Col. William T. Banders. Dem'.cra
tic National ('ommllieeman from Ala
bama and one of the most known at
lorneys of the Bluie. ended his life at
hie home Atbc-its. Ala.. Monday, by
tiring a bullet Into bis/brains 11l
health Is believed to have been the
cause of (ho suicide. He wua 53 years
old.
Mr Raymond Brown, who for
sometime has been in Port!-mouth,
Yu, studying refrigerating engineer
ing. has been iraimferred to Wash
ington. D. (’.. by the Federal Hoard,
where he Is now g ling to the Colum
bia School of Drafting, taking u
course of mechanical drafting, alk>
a course of Bp reading He spent the
week's end with bis parents.
Declaring he had reliable informa
tion Hint (be testimonial banquet
tendered former Attorney General
Charles D, Newton In the Iroquois
Hotel, Buffalo, lust Thursday evening
was decidedly "wet.” the Rev. George
A. Fowler, District Superintendent ol
the Anti-Saloon League, from the
i pulpit .of Hie Spruce Street Baptist
church challenged Buffaio politician*
i jurists and others who attended the
dinner to deny the allegation.
An appeal from the order of the
'Orphans' Court of Carroll County in
distributing n moriety of the personal
estate of James H. Harris, deceased
to Margaret E. Harris, ills widow,
who had renounced tils, will, and the
other one-halt to his legatees, to
j Maryland Court of Appeals, Annapo
lis, which was argued yesterday (by
Mr, Guy W. Steele for Mrs. Harris
and Mr. Theo, Brown for Charles K.
Harris, individually anil tin iidminis
! trator.
Frances Fielding, daughter of Rev.
|O. H. Fielding, a former pastor of
Freedom charge, while playing wfth
other children in a boat, which was
| tied with a rope, on the banks of the
Severn River, the rope broke and ithe
became frightened and cither jumped
or fell In ahullow water and wits
] drowned. Her .brother, .Parks, tried
to rescue her,and Imroly escaped los
; ing his life and was in a critical con
dition for pinite u while. She was ten
I years old and. was hurled nt Anna
polis. Search for the body wos kept up
; for three hours iincl just before night
| fall K.he was found near where kite
fell into the water,
i ,
THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, WAV H)2t
! Mr. Theodore Smith spent the j
week’s end with Mrs. Caleb Miller j
i ami .family, Flnksburg, the past week. !
Mr. Oienowith, East Main street,
moved to Havre de Grace yesterday,
where he bas a 5 and 10 cent store.
Mr. J. 0. Hoffman, who ha.s been
confined to the house the past three
weeks, is able to be out again.
Mr. anil Mrs. Earl Tompson, Penn-!;
sylvnnla avenue, arc receiving con
gratulations over the arrival of a |
little daughter.
Mr. ‘FVeel Hinder and family, who
spent the .winter in .Baltimore, re
turned Hi their residence on Fair
Ground Hill for the summer.
Mr. anti Mrs, T. Fred Boisvert and
daughter. Miss Reta, near Carrollton,
arc spending name time at their
homes In New York stale.
I
Mr. Harvey Slulu, of Tnncytown.
has received notice Of the death of
her sister. Mrs. Mary E. iaing. Lillies
town, aged 71 years.
Emanuel Zepp. aged 70 years, died
at bis home In East Berlin. Pa.. April
28. Mrs, Ell Vingllng. of Manchester.'
is a sister of the deceased.
TJhlrty-cight years ago yesterday 1
Carroll county was covered with a
six-inch snow. The Blue Ridge j
; mountains today arc covered with
snow.
Westminster Electric Company. ‘
West Main street, installed n West
ern Electric lighting system at
Bachman's Church, Utchnfnn's Yal
ley.
Miss Dorothy M t henowith. of
Taney Sown, is one of the graduates
from Mercy Hospital Training S< hool
for Nurses. Baltimore, next Thursday
The commencement exon I sea will he
held in Belvedere Hotel.
The handkerchief social which we.-c
to he hold by the young poople o'
Krehler Reformed Church at the
parsonage on Wednesday evening,
will tie held on Saturday evening
Ever} lusty welcome .
Owing to the Inclement weather
the festival which wns to have beet,
held at Bachman's Church .(Bach
man's Mlllsl on the evening of May
5. hsd to he postponed It will he held
oh Thursday evening. May 12, ,)u
Friday in case of 1,-id wether
1 The Cinderella birthday party
Which was given by the Sisterhood
of I'nlon street Methodist Episcopal
Church. Friday. April 29, was a gn'ii
success. We wish t<o thank our inanv
friends both ,colored and while, wh ) 1
/hade ft possible for us to clear
sl2 40.
A suspicions looking negro with a
bicycle was arrested by Deputy
Welglo Hie railroad this mottling
The bicycle, It Is believed, has la>cn
stolen, but the negro said wlloss I
walk*! that thing clear from Jack-c
sonvllle to h." Both are safely
placed in Ja4!
When her 18 ni'>nH)<ld grand
daughter, swallowed five cent piece
Friday night Air- Frances (' Matter.-
4'.' years old, Baltimore. b<. nine ex
cited, and within a few minutes felt
dead while attempting to vxlrufl (ho
coin from the h-thy's throat Th<
baiby's life was saved.
Mr and Mr* John Bowman. Mid
dleliurg. were Injured In an unto nr
cldenl April 2t near lletsterslown
To avoid striking i car he turned his
car out and fan over n embankment
when Hie car turned over as far
they remember Mrs. iloxfmsn ,wss
pretty stiff nnd much bruised up .ml
John had his arm broken.
Wedged behind the steering gear ol
his automobile when the vehicle
struck a telegraph pole on Frederick
avenue 6 a. m, Sunday. V. illlam M<
hrtiikan, well-known lor nl spot ting
muii, was burned to a crisp when the
mat bine c aught fire Mrs Kmraa
Moure. ,40 years old. his companion,
suffereh a fractured skull, both legs
and wrist* broken and other Injuries.
, She is In St. Agnes' Hospital In a
critical condition Both are Baltimor
ean*
Mrs. K, W, Ousley. Mayor-elect of
St. James, Mo. the first woman chos
en to u Mayoralty in Missouri, an
nottneoa she Intends to “t lean and
brighten up” the city after taking of
fice, Speaking of her successful
■■platform," Mrs. Ousley eaid; ”1
made u house-to-house canvass and
told the -voters we needed l<> clean
1 everything I said that men always
' had been In office and women at least
would do no worse.”
Mr. and Mrs. George Gejell gave
a delightful dinner on Sunday nt their '
I homo. Meadow View Farm, nar this
• i ity, in honor of their c misin. Miss
: Edyth E l.lHle, of Boltlm-ors, form
■ Hrly of Smallwood, it being'her I8(h
' birthday. Miss Edyth received sonic
' very beautiful gifts among them a
l: handsome Check. The guests includ
> ed Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Little md .
t i family, of Smallwood; Mr. and Mrs.
E L. Skinner, Eldei shurg: Misses
Sadie Dausll. Rachel K Little and M.
' Magdellne Gesell, of Biiltimoro.
i
i
Brec
k the name of
a free booklet
every mother
II should send for.
a p
/JoTtfaltj
EAGLE BRAND
Condensed Milk
Sb '3cni*n/ Catn^atty
11
! ***#******♦*********■••
WANTED.
**********♦**♦******••
i YOU NO men, WOMEN, over 17, for
lYmtal Mail Service. $l2O month. ;
Examinations May. Experience un- \
necessary. For free particulars of
instruction, write J. I-eon.ird. (former
Civil Service examiner) 564 Equitable
■Bldg., Washington, I). C. may6-2t
AGENTS WASTED t —BLISS KA-,
T1 VK HERBS Is a remedy for the re
lief of Constipation, indigestion, Billi
i ouaness. Rheumatism, Ki d u e.y
Troubles. It Is well-known ev#ry- j
where. Thel remedies are sold at a
price that allows agents to double
their money. Write Alonxo O. Bliss
Medical Co.. Washington. D. C., for ;
Almanacs, Cook Books, Health Books,'
which are furnished free of charge to
agents. Mention this paper. mcb4-6m
Wanted !
A white woman to do housework
Apply by letter lo
MRS. HENRY M. PITZHUOH.
apr 22tf Westminster, Md.
WANTED !
Settled While or Colored Woman,
(o do cooking. Good wages. Apply to
NKN. GKBKGE W. ALB UGH.'
l-ongwdl I’lace, Westminster, Mil.
apr22-3l*
VKHI 818 lOr StV ANOTHER
NTI BLH\K|;R I
i-ti-ll KLEE A liori’.
FOUND!
Bunch of Keys, found on Main
street, Owner may have tame by pay
ing for this advertisement
HOY II SINGER,
may 6-11. I-Inwood. Mil.
Cars and Bus
For Hire!
I ian haul from one lo twenty
l.ve pertons anywhere, day or night.
Travel as far as you phase and stay
. long a* you wish
O. C. CORBIN
I'bnne Sl-W, Westminster, Md
may C.
¥' LOOK II
Heving purchased the S.COtt-yfg I
V incubator of Mr John 11. l/li •
hardl, Hampstead. Md., I will |
apprsettle the patronage of all I
I his customers and f. n-nds. Book- |J
mg order* now. Write or lete- |j
phone
JESSE H NULL, {
HD. No. 4, Westminster, Md. I
■ ra.. strut. jj
"Tor sale!
Pair YOUNG MULES, rtaiy for work .*?
Moline Universal Tractor
Rims, I'lowi. etc. at greatly reduced
prices Never lieen used,
E. I Ull I SIIHIMH.
moyC-ll Union Bridge, Md.
Paper Hanging!
The very best of work and prices
Estimates cheerfully given. Mali or
phone orders attended to at once
Samples id 1000 patterns to select
from, brought lo your door. loop mo
a card or I’hone. ’Ve-.uiiin*t#'
KO3-FI2.
VUtNBN T. iil 1.l ,
mayii 21. Ualapsco, Md
For Sale!
Ituil Durham (ow, carrying 3rd call
heavy milker. {i ,h in alwiu'l a month.
• Brice s!•'■: rtamn for gelling, over
j storked.
W. 11. BIRD A Bltß..
may fi-3t Hclaterslown, Md,
Wanted!
Milk rank. Ml.-rl-nrM wlih -mil.-,
married man ’preferred, house rent,
garden and lire wood free.
VS. B. 11l It B A Bltß-,
tnayC-o't Reisterstown, Md.
asoaoßßaaßann
go Accept Bfl
No Substitutes
i for
a Thedford’s S
BUCK-DRAUGHT
9 Purely B
1 1 Vegetable
i liver Medicine [
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AUCTION SALE 1
I 60 LOTS
| Saturday, May 14 |
S At 1:30 P. M. I
Located 300 feet of State Road any known as Sullivan Place,
k*J in Westminster, Md. ’
fe These lots are laid off as follows': f
$ 12 lots facing Sullivan Road sod known as Sullivan Avenue; 24 lots facing Baok s
Street and remainder of lots on North Street.
r Rain or Shine, 60 Residence Lots will absolutely be sold at auction fi
M to the highest bidder, let the owner make or loose. S
I This sale offers every investor and home-seeker a rare opportunity to buy at his 0
own price one of these lots. One of the saddest regrets of old age being without a 0
home. • . 6
Do not let anything interfere with you attending this sale. Come early and be 0
on hand as the sale will start promptly at 1:30.
Music will be furnished by Two First Class Bands. Two Auctioneers.
Liberty Bonds accepted as cash. $
Don’t forget the date hour. Terms easy. We buy and sell land in all parts S
of the United States. Write us. 0
v The Sullivan Developing Company |
I M. A. SULLIVAN, Manager. js .
51 West Main Street, - Westminster, Md.
r
a Westminster’s Only -- - - /S®\ a
I Authorized Columbia Dealer W I
We offer for our Opening carry a com pl ete Btoc k °* ♦
| SATURDAY |||.|- Columbia
All Columbia ill Records
, | k '-.M including Sacred, Band, Comic
Ljratonolas > .p. c . .
■ c 0 nd I Jance selections.
Pre-War f| —) All 10-Inch Blue Labal
Prices. jj L Records now 85c. J,
£-2 Full
' Cabinet iSize SBS 00,
$275 Giafonolo, Now $175 $125 Grafonola, Now SBS
:1 250 “ “ 150 75 “ “ 60
165 “ “ 140 50 “ “ 45
150 “ “ 125 32.50 “ 30
140 “ “ 100
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- - Gome To Our Store Or Phone For Demonstration. - -
( Atlee W. Wampler |
I * HOME FURNISHINGS I
| S 57 East Main Street Phone 228-J. Jt
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