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TheDemocraticAdvocate
PCBLIHIIEO EVERY FRIDAY BY
Tie Democratic Advocate Company
OF WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND.
Entered at the Postofflcs Westminster,
Maryland, Second Class Matter.
All correspondents with tbla office ahould
be addreaaed to "TUB ADVOCATE."
TERMS $1.50 per year; 76 ceata for
tlx montba and 40 canta lor three month*
Single copies 3 ceata.
E. 0. DIFFENDAL. Manager.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 22, 1921
BRIEFS
The Chautauqua is here. *
Or. J. 8. Zelgler, of Hanover, Pa.,
vlnlled the Advocate Tuesday.
Lutheran's Reunion will be held at
Pen Mr next Thursday.
The Luray excursion Sundny was
well patronized from this station.
Mr. Jadk Bohn, of Baltimore, Is
visiting relatives in this city.
The Matn-Cfourt Hotel Is undergo
ing extensive repairs.
The new residence of Mr. F, A. Dlf
fenbach, Bast Green street, Is under
root.
Miss Ethel Ortell, of Baltimore, spent i
the week’s end with Miss Mildred
Eckenrode. East Main street.
Mr. Irving Bell, Bast Main street,
is enjoying a week's vacation at In- 1
dlanapolia.
Mrs. Malanchton Myers and dangh-1
ler, Miss Margaret, of Baltimore,
spent Wednesday in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw and two
daughters, of Baltimore, visited rela
tive i here Wednesday.
Two young men of Philadelphia re
ceived broken necks when they dived
into shallow water Sunday. Both died.
Mrs. Annie H. M uni ford was taken
to the Mercy hospital to he operated
upon for gall stones by her physician.
Mrs. Joseph 8. Stoner, Bond street,
spent a few days In Baltimore this
week.
Mrs. Alexander Lamaehack. unci
daughter, Clotilda Marla, of Indiana,
Pa.. Is visiting her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse K. Stem, of this city.
A marriage license was Issued in
Baltimore Wednesday to Freddie K
Harrison, Mount Airy and Mary E
Broderick, Delta, Pa.
Mrs. R. V. Simpson, l.lbertytown,
received word recently of the death of
her brother, Meredith James, McLean.,
111., on July 14, of Bright’s disease.
Wade Miller, East Green street, had
his right hand badly injured by get
ting It caught in a tire machine at V.
A, Cbrest & Bros.'
Mr. and Mrs, Kdwurri f,. Kaufman
and son and Mr. Wm. Devon motored
to Atlantic City and are spending a
few days at the Rltx-Carlton Hotel.
Miss Annie Warner, of Washington,
who had spent some time with her
sister, Mrs. W, • A. Ford, at "The;
Heighth,” will return this week.
Mr. William H. Bowers, his city, ha*
filed his certificate of nomination for
Sheriff on the Democratic ticket with
the Supervisors of Election.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Ilrennlck, of!
New York, are spending some time
with Mrs. Brennbk’s brothers In this)
city.
Mr. arid Mrs. Waylund Morse, of
Richland Park. N. J., and the Misses
Fuss, of Glyndun, spent Friday with
friends In this city.
Those who spent' Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Slrcvlg wen
Mr Samuel Miller, Mr. and Mrs, Adam
• Miller, Mr. and Mrs. David Miller and
son, Raymond, all of Hanover, Pa.
W llliam Norris, son of Doctor and
Mrs. M. U. Norris, of Eldeyshm g, has
returned from Plaltsburg Training
Camp, where he has been for the Inst
five weelts.
Former Foiled States Senator Blair
Leo Is a patient at the Union Pro
testant Infirmary. Baltimore. An oper-1
allon was performed an affection to
the face.
Mr. Slorp. of Dayton, Ohio. I spend
Ing bis usual vacation with his par-1
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Slorp,
this city. Mr. Slorp Is one of Dayton's
progressive young men.
Edward O. Weant, trustee, sold on
Saturday the David H. Leppo farm,
containing 145 acres with Improve
ments to William A. Warehlme for
17000.
Annan, Horner * Co., of Kmmlts
burg, one of the oldest private bank
ing organlzalons In thq State of Mary
land will be converted shortly Into n
State Institution. This move Ims lieen
contemplated for some time, but It has
been only within the past few weeks
that he officers have taken any steps
in this direction.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hobbs and
mother, Mrs. Julia McQuay hud as
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam McQuay, son George, and daugh
ters tyettie, Gertrude, Irma and Eliza
beth A miry, of Baltimore; Theo. Kauff
man. wife and daughter, Evelyn, of
Westminster; Grant Kauffman, wife
and two sons, of Dennings; Mrs. John
Williams and daughter, Sadie, Charles
Gibson, of Woodbine; Emerson and
Thelma Bowers, of Winfield; Mrs,
Lewis Thomas and sons, Sherman and
John, and daughters, Anna and ONIe,
of Gaithers, and the following chil
dren. Blaine McQuay and family, of
Westminster; George Glover and fam
ily, of Bloom; Harrison Shipley and
wife, of Gist: Mrs. Clarence Caples
and daughters, near State Road: Hay
McQuay,. of Gist, and Minnie McQuay,
of Mt. Washington.
7i ‘
salaries at the B. A O. R. ii
i officials were reduced from the Presi
dent down.
The Civic League will meet at Mrs.
Martha Shaw's, Pennsylvania avenue,
Thursday, July 28, at 8 p. m.
>
Miss Mary Agnes Yingling and Miss
Corlnne Fowler are spending two
weeks In Washington, D. C.
<
Misses Mary and Cora Adams, this
city, are spending their vacation with j
relatives and friends in Columbus, i
Ohio, and Martlnsburg, W. Va.
Mrs. Carroll Lockard and son,
James, have returned home after
spending several days with relatives
In Philadelphia.
Misyes Nannie Massicot and Bertha
JoneS, of Baltimore, are week guests
at the former’s home, Pennsylvania
avenue. >
Millard H. Weer, of Sykesvllle, has
announced his candidacy for the nom-i
(nation of Register of Wills on the
Democratic ticket.
Two automobiles were badly mash
ed up Sunday on "Hospital Hill,” near I
Reisterstowu. One machine rolled
over twice. It will require a few hun
dred to repair each.
Mrs. Oswald Baker and little son.!
i Boyd, of Baltimore, are spending aev-1
era I weeks with her parents, Mr. and
i Mrs. Harry Summers, of Warflelds
burg,
Mrs, Earl Ver Nooy, Montlcetlo, N,
Y„ says she can spare her husband.
: but mourns the loss of her car. Her
husband eloped with his neighbors
1 wife and took Mrs. Nooy's car.
Mrs. Automelte Remond. Meriden.
Conn., who was walking In a cemetery
with friends and was Just in the act
of pointing out the place where her
i husband’s grave was located, was
struck by an automobile and killed.
The 32nd reunion or the Reformed
{Churches of Maryland, Pennsylvania,
i Virginia, West Virginia and District
|of Columbia was held at Pen Mar yes
terday. Several thousand persona at
tended.
Lillian Brandenburg, the youngest
{child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Bran
denburg, four years old, la in the
Church Home and Infirmary, Balti
more, recovering from n operation
for appendicitis.
Emory McKinney, Mlddleburg. who
works for the B. A O. in Baltimore fell
between two cars, cutting his arm.
which required four stitches. He Is at
the home of his parents, ('has, Mc-
Kinney.
Alva O. Langhlin, of Atloonu. Pa., 1
an engineer of the Chicago mall train
on the Pennsylvania Railroad, wa
found dead at the throttle running at
50 miles ap hour. The traßi was
brought through by the fireman.
A special train carried Company H.
I to Camp Ritchie Sunday. The company
was under the command of t'aptain
Kmlgh A large crowd was at the rail
road to see the boya off. They were ali
happy when they (eft.
Mr. Joseph Witter. I'grk avenue, i
confined to his house with a slight
stroke of paralysis, he received Friday
, last. Mr. Witter l mall carrier on
rural Route No. 2, only recently being
transferred.
j The Sundny school of the Church
j of God, at Westminster, -will hold Us
annual picnic on Wednesday after
noon, July 27, at the Pool. They will
meet at the church at 12 o’clock. Ev-j
eryone bring a basket and we will
all eat together and have a good time,
Medford Grange will hold a festival
August lllh at the grange hull, ice
I cream and cake will hr served, and I
music will be furnished bv the or
chestra. The games and entertainment
will be In charge of Mr. Parrish
Everybody welcome.
The garage of William Conaway, j
Court street, was entered Thursday
evening of lust week and a small
amount of money taken from the in on
; ey drawer. The entrance was made by
breaking a window glass and crawl
ing through the hole.
Mr. K. Edward Martin, of Woolery’s
district. Republican, for Sheriff, am;
Mr. David M. Mchrtng, of Taneymwn
district. Republican, for County Com
misskmer. have filed their certificate*
of nomination with the Supervisors or
j Election.
Three automobiles—Ford. Bulck mid
Wlllls-Knlght--wm together Sunday
at the Junction of Main street and
Washfngon road. The Ford wbh sent
to the hoapltal for repairs. The other
j two were battered up üboui the fend- ■
era.
Moonshiners operating In South
Mountain, near Chestnut Grove, Md., I
are supposed to have fired the two
saw mills of Fred Roach. The loss Is
$.70(10. Roach was threatened by fh<-
moonshiners, believing him >a spotter
for prohibition officers.
The newly weds, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd
Schaeffer, who recently returned from
their honeymoon, were serenaded at
j their home on Pennsylvania avenue,
Monday evening. Every instrument
known was,used to make the noise
and ihgv serenade a success. He
! Ilevlng the hideous horse-fiddle too
1 lame, one of Thomas. Bennett A Hun
ter’s truck was uesd which had a back
i fire like an exploding cannon sound.
The direct charge that SSOOO was
■ paid to Major Bruce R. Campbell, on
officer of the Army, for use among
“the higher ups" to obtain the release
’ of Grover Cleveland Bergdoll, her
i slacker son, was made Tuesday by
Mrs. Emma C. Bergdoll to a House In
i vestlgatlng committee, Washington.
I
Mr. Emory Orogg. Hampstead, had a
I narrow escape from serious InJvy
, last Wednesday evening, July 13,
■ when his Ford machine which he was
I driving was struck by a Western
• Maryland train, as he attempted to
I cross the railroad tracks at Millen
i tier’s mill. The machine was badly
damaged. Mr. Orogg was considerable
, shaken hut escaped wRh a few minor
injuries.
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THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, .IDLY 22. 1021
! Tht*ej(> wht. rlltets4|f|'. and Mrs.
'John Strevlg dud family on Sunday
| were Ezra Bortncr, Sr.. Mr. and Mrs.
I Luke Krlder. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Bort
ner, all of York, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Leppo, Mr. and Mrs. Fern
{.Sullivan and son, Ivan.
I The ftecse Abiotic Club has organ
ized a haze ball team and would like
to book games for Saturday and Sun
day, Sunday games to be played on
home ground!. The following are the
players; O. Slepp. Miller, Myerly,
Rohten. Brown, W. Slepp, Lon*. Stone
slfer. Green and Spencer. For games
cal) John L. Shipley’s store and ash
| for V. Brown.
Although he left behind a fine rec
ord as a good man. Saint Swithln was
a better aalnt than weather prophet.
Judging by the record of the past week
; Friday was the good saint’s day and
the downpour, If the prophecy la to be
believed. Indicated that every day for
the next 40 days would be wet. Tfow- 1
i ever, the weather has been excellent
since.
| Mr*. Francis Milton Yount, of Tan- i
cytown. announced the engagement of
! her daughter. Miss Eleanor Sadler;
Yount, to Arthur I-eonard Gleason, o:
Montclair, N. J. Mr. Gleason, la the
son of the lat George Gere and I/iol- i
sa l-ecmard Gleason, of Montclair and i
la connected with the Park-tTnlon
‘Foreign Banking Corporation, In New 1
York. No date has beep set for the
wedding.
Enactment of a Federal Sunday
"bine’* law, prohlMftfig among other |
things the operation of Interstate Hun-'
day trains and excluding Sundav
newspapers from the malls, will be
: urged by the Methodist Central Sab
bath crusade committee, of Nashville. j
Tenn , In a petition to be presented to '
Congress, It was announced by Noah ,
W Cooper, chairman of the commit- 1
tee, on leaving for Washington.
The first formal organization of
women In Maryland to work for a '
candidate as a "reward for hi* atand
on a woman’s measure” was fhrmed
yesterday at Ilelalr for support of j
Frederick L. Cohorn, candidate for thr
Democratic Stgle Senatorial nomlna
tlon. The new county Democratic or- j
ganizatlon will be headed by Mrs. Ed-j
ward W. Allen, of Darlington, wife of
the well-known Republican politician
On Wednesday last Michael K
Walsh and Ivan t* Hoff, trustees of
Samuel A Weybrlaht. | sold three
farms at Tyrone, tindef a deed of
trust as followrw: The Rlnehsrt j
containing 254 acres to Gaorg* K
Benson for It 1.692,82. The farm on
State Road, containing 129 acre*, to I
Herbert F, Cover for sß7<l 65. The
Home farm, on State road, containing (
1 2! acrea to Herbert V. Cover for j
570f1.
At a meeting of the Independent j
Hose Co., Frederick. Friday night. {
President Thoma* A Cbapllne, pre- ,
siding, recommendation was made for
ihe purchase of a new American lot
France, rotary geared pungi. LfiOO gsl
lona, pneumatic lire automobile fire
engine. ‘ The recommendation w |
made by a committee after a careful J
investigation of the merits of five d.f
ferent makes of machines now In use
In various cities of the stale The com
mittee was given a demonstration
with our American 1-a France about
two week* ago.
Through some mistake a foreigner
was given a -pay check belonging to!
some one else on the Inal pay-day at
the Cement Plant. As he could neither
* read nor write our language he got \
some one else to endorse It who used !
ihe name aa was written on the facei
the foreigner making bit mark Pay-1
ment wat refuted upon presentation
to the bank and later be was arrested
and placed In Jail. He was given
hearing on Thursday, when Ihe rase
waa dismissed for lack of evidence
The concensus of ’opinion la that hr
was innocent and tha question, there- j
fore, naturally arise* why wa a he
locked up at allT- The Pilot.
isi ♦ tm<
Better Than—
“Rebecca of
Sunnybrook farm”
If yon remember anything about j
last year’l Chautauqua program you
have not forgotten how you and every
body else la Ihe tent laughed and
luffed and lad over the play, "Rebecca
of Sunnybrook Farm." And you said,
“I wish 1 could tee It over again.” j
You didn’t mean that; you meant. “I
I I could tee another one lust as J
j good."
'Veil, R’a coming I "Nothing But
the Truth" it Just as funny aa "Rw
twees of Sunnybrook Farm, and lh
plot Is better. Just to get ready for
the fun. you try, for a day, to tell
i absolutely "Nothing But the Truth”
to every one you meet. When your
neighbor asks you what vou think of
(he paint on hi* home, tell him the
truth; don’t any, “Why, that looks
fine." When you are asked about your
opinion on a certain man, be hquest
now; don’t hedge —and alter you
have tried that for a few hour* (you
won’t last a full day), then you’ll bs
really ready to enjoy this Broadway
; and London success.
A east of nine will present it. Spe
cial scenery and costumes will add
the artistic touches. Have your plana
{ made not to miss it. It’s a big fea
ture of the entire w tea's program at
Chautauqua.
ii
j Mo t of the price-cutting thus far
j seems to have been done with safely
razors.—Syracuse Herald.
I
‘I .
1 ; A year ago the profiteers were won
| dering what they would do with if.
, .Now they are busy trying to remem
- her where It went. —New York Amert
j
“Then You’ll
Remember Me”
‘■When other lip* and other heart*”
—yoft know the rest and are probably
now humming that well-known aria
from “The Bohemian Girl.” You have
heard thin aong and there other favor,
itt* ao often on the. phonograph that
you mint long to hear them aung by
artist* in real voice.
Your opportunity la coming! The
Chautauqua program, to to given here
aoon, include! a complete rendition of
Balfe'a perennial favorite. An ex
■ perlenccd cant, organized by the Mil
ton Aborn Ktmlioa, of New York City,
and peraonally roaehed by Mr. Aborn,
will prevent the opera with lull caat,
eborua and orcheatra.
' Muaie lovera of tbia town are for
] thia exceptional opportunity
to renew their acquaintance with their
favorite aouga.
SS
Printing
4
of oil hinds done
at this office on
short no t i ce —
Give us a trial
Democratic Advocate Co.
mssmaaassssß®
KH
’hh msEssaaasam
mmsmsssmeim
College boys in Hussars |
"The day of tlte old rough neck
bandantan la paat" la the theory on
which Dunbar'a White iiuaaara la or
ganized. When they prevent their
feature lull evening’* program at the
coming Chautauqua our cltiaena will
to entertained by a company conaiat
ing mostly of college men, all of them
under thirty, a clean, manly group of
young fellows, who will make a atrik
| Ing appearance In their apick and
span white uniforma.
representative* of Indiana Univcr
alty, Ohio Ktate, Aim Arbor and Co
lumbia are Included In the company.
Intelligent fellowa who take their
muaical work aerioualy, they are in
the work because they love It; play
'! Ing It to them a joy, not tank.
Thalr enthuaiaam ia contagloua; the
audience feela the good time it la
going to have aa the company atep*
on to the platform,
Chorus, tonga and cnaemhla muai
cal number* which rival tha reaulta
of group* many time* aa Urga art
(aaturaa of every program.
r
A card from Mr. George W. Yeiser,
of Union MIIIh, who la making a coast
tp coast trip saya: “Safe In Yellow
stone Park without the least mishap,
not even a puncture. It takes a run of
150 miles to see thepark.”
! NATE'S tfl SIC COMPANY INTOB
. POBATING. •
The Nace’s Music Company are In
oorporatlng for thp purpose of oper- j
j atlng a chain of atoms. They will have
a limited amount of 7 per cent pre- j
fared stock for sale In each locality
that they are at the present operating j
stores. This is done that the stock will i
I be distributed and that the stork hold- j
era In the different localities will use j
their Influence for the success of those |
stores. The Nace Company are at. pres-1
ent operating 4 stores and will open
more aa soon aa conditions warrant
them.
Hutchins—The Grocer
- R
We give 16 ounces for
every pound.
Try us for Quality, Prices,
Weight.
Hutchin’s Square
Deal Grocery
It Pratts. Ave.
Firs) Class Mists, Grocerits. Etc.
Phone 77-M
HORSES & MULES
Will receive 1 car load of OHIO and
INDIANA HOHHKH by.exprasa
WEBNENPAT, MAIUII Iff.
Have a lot of good
Mutia on hand and wilt buy fat lloraea
for Baltimore market
H. A. SMITH,
Hanover, Pa.
jqOTICI! TO CKIIUITOM*.
Tbtv te U> five MM that to ntoslvn Saw
save Is to Iron IV. < i ft* has* - Court W CvrruU
to.il Harris**. lttr. TaeVumsurz on
to rrtuto IbMte at
jai oh mtpp,
law f Carroll Cmhu. tmtto AN mm.
ban rkm aeainat to tonto are Hnla
mMI tu •ibtb.l Ike van*, ell* lbs nowbor.
tboroof toratlr suiboblMnito. i .be .übst.ibera.
•a. Me.toOMt!a|il ftowi. W> to)
net etbereiaebr lew ba aaattoto from ail bento,
uf aato abu
<••••* atom ea. hatoa lb<a l*ih Aay at Julr,
tact.
BKKAKDU C HUPP.
IIAKKV A. gUPP,
date ten K
ffdtot CQbITV,
lb tba I'limit l imit far I'arrni. rnnaty
I* to MIW of tba Troa. Kolala of Data, M
lomu ml AMU H Lane*, b.o e.fa. Mu4ll
Waul. Ttuatae.
Otoerto Una in! 4z of dale. A. B. HOI
t.r tb Circuit lour, far car..4l Canale, a.tl.na aa
a CatiH of Kettlf, I bat tba aata* af tbe Moat K.
tate BMto 004 rotoeitoiatbeabero onwtiml raeao
bf R4a.nl u. emit. Tiaataa, under *n l be vtr
(•aut a M of True, ton Hit* H. laew to
A44m g. fmet-o. b.o alia, te Me, dole aioaotto
•nd reroided. bo Saal-e ratlßad and rondratot.
unlaea um to tba matrar. tbara.4 be >he*n
at before tba t*tb dar of Auiait. neat, pro
.4at a moi of tbla ton ba .ntarlad tr. hvm
ooeatiaoar iiubl.abel la Carroll mualr, Marebuid
for three .unt.aaio eoahii t-revleua la tha tub
dared Auua<. saat .
Tba rajael aU.ae lb# aauo.nl ef .ala of goal
Batata la ba IfiWUm.
And tbeaaun.nl >.f aalM of uermaal praearle
made aad taearlto In tba alamo eallllad catua la
ba aaMI.!I
KUW.VRII O CASH. Clerk.
Tr* I out Teal
July St-H “ KUWARII O. C/Ml. Clerk.
8 2V7 IfQIJII Y.
I* tir* CUtnH ft tar Carroll roualj
fMlflV u
la thd fjilitr of lh lim.i •) *f feunu*l A
H f.< M aixl H Wftybrtrhl hi
wlfp. Iftahavt K Walffb and Ivan U Half, im
IffHMk.
OnSvtwl Uui 2Jt dr at Jti, An ymr ala#*
(•mi Huhdml ar>.l tr*>ntf•<*#• by lh Clrrull
< Wrt for CarnaN l!*unty. Mlting in Kaiuity that
'hr m)*i uf rmml MUU mafia and rgMrtwi in
tkw •?*■ caiiiM nun by Mtrha#l B. wth and
Ivan I*. Iltaff. truatffM. uwbr and by virttii uT a I
d*#d at trail frram Mamowl A. Wayhr*ht and
)>wfinff U Way bright, hit wifff*. to fhMn. duty
ptffputfd and raw Mini, lw finally muAml and nn
ft rmf. uilm nun to Dm rontrary b* *han
ion or Mon Dm ttnd day of AufUffl. na*t: ;
I provided a copy if thia rd*r km lfartad in
• om# nri>a|ar publiahod Hi Carrol) County.
Mary lam) IW thru* ffUMMaivu wffwfca prior to tha
Iftth day of Auauai. next*
I Thp rvport nf aaloa atataa th* a muon i of mUii
ta be MAW M.
KIHV UIH O. C.ttfH, Clerk.
Trtr Copy Teal :
KIiWAHO O. CABII, rwtk
July St'4t
For Register of Wills
I hnrrhy announce my candidacy ■
for the nomination of Register of:
Will* fur Carroll County on the Dem- 1
ocraGc Ticket, and ask the aupptirt of
all the Democrats at the Primary Kl-1
ecllon In September.
MIU.AIU) 11. WKKIt
“EACH FLEA BELIEVEH HE I.IV.KH
ON THE HEHT BOG IN THE
WOUMt.” (Tar Baby)
There’s patriotism for you. We be
lieve that this Is tbe hlggeat town uf
Um else In the United States, (hat the
beat people live here and (hat we've
turned the corner amt the future
holds only good for everybody who
wants It.
Smith 6 Reifsnider
Witte’s Price
List!
CRANBERRY, MD.
% lb. cake chocolarte 22c
1 gal, good table syrup 65c
! 1 lb. can Rumford'a baking
powder , 3Bc
it box matches ..........6c
1 box borax . ... s 20c,
It bar Babbit's soap 7c
| -"lb. can evaporated milk ..15c
Ragle milk, per can ~.25c <
■ H lb. cocoa, 22c
1 Hast extract of vanilla, per bottle, 15c
Rat-Simp, per box , ..-. r r 35c
(ktffee, per lb . 25c, 30, 40c
Lye, per can. 12c
I ■ . v*
| QOMMISStONEKS* NOTICE.
The County Commissioners of Oar
roll county will meet at their office,
In Westminster, every Monday rad
Tuesday, In the year, 1120, for the
transaction of business.
By order,
BAM CEL J. BTONB. Clerk.
1 """ -..LUL, i
Summertime
and all the yea* round
post Toasties
are favored, by Folks
who want different
and better corn flakes
i Made of the firm hearts of
( selected white corn, roiled
and toasted crisp and £ old
en brown. Post Toasties are
especially delicious when
served with fresh fruits or
h berries.
*>i*x*x*i*mii*i*;
8 The Smoke of the County * S
| G. F. Xi. I
8 Mild Havana Cigars
H That's why (I J. L. don't "hMK the dealers' shelves" or linger long ft
, • In the show case. That's why most of our Dealers' orders #
I""“ are REPEAT ORDERS. Tbsl's why they sell tel
and KEEP ON SELLING; ft
One Size Only—To Retail at 8c up to 2 for 1 Sc. , S
GEORGE J. LORINGER, Mfg. |
8 Mr Manchester. Maryland. 8
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W' We have added to our stock and are distributors of (a)
(4) the celebrated
j|J “Certain-teed” 100 per cent Pure j|
♦ Ready Mixed Paints, Varnishes, $.
|) Wood Fillers, Stains, Colors, Oil,
||- Turpentine, Etc. <|
rtft Prices below that of any high grade ready mixed paint on /*£
£. the market today. Formula on each package and the W
X quality guaranteed. jjr
p Lumber Prices Cut in Half and all
Building Material Much Lower |!
Than 1920 Prices. If
DISTRIBUTORS OF- “Century” Asbestos Slate
Shingles. “Certain-teed” Roofing, “Security” Portland x
Cement and White Cement, “Niagra” Plaster, Piaster 00
Board and Wall Board, “Beaver” Board. ,^C*)
We sell everything in the building material line at x
near Pre-War Prices. War time prices should not be in
existence, w
See our stock. Get our prices. Give us your business. >;
SMITH & REIFSNIDER, I
WESTMINSTER, MD. *
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W.S Arbaugh & Son
House and
Sign
PAINTING
Eitl Main Strati, Westminster. Md.
Oct. 22-lyr.
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REMEMBER HOW FRAZV TOF
HAVK jtKf.’S THK LAST TUBER
VKARH TO HAVE VOFB FOAL
PI T IM EARLYI
You didn’t get It any too soon elrti
er. Why should you not be as anxious
this year? The conditions are the
same.
Smith & Reifsnider

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