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The Democratic advocate. [volume] (Westminster, Md.) 1865-1972, December 09, 1921, Image 9

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Mr i/Mrs
Phonograph Buyer! |
COMPARE —and you will discover
why only the New Edison brings
' the higher beauties and benefits of
music, why only the New Edison per
! fectly matches the performance of the
living artist.
2&NEW EDISON
\J We shall gladly supply you with a Phono-
V graph Comparison Card. It enables you to
'v acors all the Instruments you haar, and rata
v them. Don't do your Chrlatmas-phonograph
\ chopping without one, II you can’t call, usa
. \ the coupon! |
Vv\ \ \ |
N. \ N ACE'S MCSU STOKE
\ \ \ ui smiNsmi, mii.
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FATA PfM'O
Mr. ahd Mrs. Emory Kill anil daugh
ter. Geraldine ami Mr. anil Mrs. Vivian
Davidson ami daughter. Thelma, mo
tored to Baltimore.
About six inches o( snow fell Sun
day. Looks as though winter has
started.
Miss Etta Dell visited her sisters
in Baltimore, recently.
Few of our folks of this communi
ty took In the Community Show at
Westminster last week. Jacob Winner
won three first prizes on potatoes.
Mr. and Mrs. It. H. N. Kutnbruni and
laughter. Montie, and Mr and Mrs.
P. 11. Blum spent Sunday In Baltimore
P. H, Blum and K. F. Kill tooh a
hunting trip a few days ago It K
Rill killed a Jack rabbit weighing 7 ,
pounds
Butchering season is In progress
rnd some porkers are being killed
The weight of the following hogs are
’’arrofl Davidson, one, litre (leo W. 1
Rill, live. tit. 884. 345, 841 and 32*'
Noah I. Kill, four, 114, 2.:;, 122. 12u.
Bdwrnrd Davidson, two. 838, 271. New
;on Davidson, four, Hl)'., list, 360. 315
mil I'. H. Blum, one. 322.
Mr. and Mrs. 1* H Blum spent Sun
lay visiting the former's parents, Mr
Jonrml Blum and famlh
ROCKY It I OLE
Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Smith spent
iundny evening with Mr. and Mrs
larvcv ,M I’lttcnger
Sl\ inches of snow fell on Sunday.
December I. for the first snow
Mr, and Mrs. Harvey M I’lttenger
md daughter, Cora, spent Monday
vitii Mr and Hn. B H Hahn of
Voodsboro.
Mr. J. .M. IMtteoger spent Sunday
vitii bis father, Mr. Washlnlgon I ’ll t
iDger.
We have a correapondcnt here at .
lucky Ridge who goes to every house
mil asks for Items.
MKESVIELE
Mr. and Mrs Edwin Mellor are re
olclng over the arrival of a dear Id
le girl last Thursday.
Mrs W. Allports' Sunday school
dass was delightfully entertained by
dlss Elizabeth Duderar last Friday
ivening.
Mrs, Thomas Anderson entertained
it cards last Friday afternoon
Mrs. Earl Chaney, of linlllmore, is
dsitlng her parents. Mr. and Mrs. (leo
Ichrade.
The Ihic.arn Class of St. Paul's Meth
ullst Episcopal Church gave a social
ruesdav evening in Sunday school
■ooin. Rev, Johnson of the Methodist
episcopal Church, South, made the ad
Ircss of the evening.
Miss Jennie Smith, the noted rall
oril evangelist was si the Catthei'
rlcthodlst Church last Sunday,
Mrs. (icorge Schrade fell and hroki
ler ankle last Monday.
Rev. E 0. Pritchett Is on the sick
Ist and visited a specialist In Haiti
nore, trying to locate his trouble
lope lie will soon he alright
Miss Dorothy DeVries entertained
he Bridge Club of l!t21 last Friday.
Mr. E. J Hammond, of Dickerson,
taa been visiting his sister, Mrs. John
lammond.
Ex-Senator and Mrs, J. K. Beasman
invc gone to the hotel Rennert, Bui
(more, for the winter months.
Last Monday, Mr. Leonard Abrams,
vent to a Frederick Hospital where
le submitted to amputation of tils
eft hand. We extend Mr Abrams our
ympathv.
Mr. Samuel Shipley has been a re-j
mnt visitor to his sister, Mrs. John 1
lammond.
CI,L Alt DALE
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hawk and
laughter. Mabel, spent Wednesday in
lettyshurg.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lemmon are
dsitlng the latter’s parents. Mr. and
drs. E. K. Leatherman, of Hampton.
Miss Alda Crouse was a recent guest
if her friend, Miss Hilda Norwood,
Attlestown.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Drown, of near
lanover. spent Sunday as guests of
he latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
el Sell.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cole and
laughter. Pauline, of near Stnnersville
ipent several days last week with
lira. Cole's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Wil
iam Steal’.
Friday evening Mr. Richard With
ies, daughter. Miss Edith, and Carman
were driving on West King
itreet when their team was run Into
ly the automobile driven by (luy W
,'uplcH. of near Westminster. The oc
cupants escaped Injury beyond some
•ills and bruises hut tlio horse was so
icvoraiy In lured It had to lie killed.
STONE CHAPEL
- Sunday school 10 a in.. December 11.
i Our first snow fell December 4, and
is melting fast, leaving the dirt roads
In a terrible condition, putting the
horses amt vehicles to use and giving
, the a atom holies some rest.
I The County Exhibit at the Armory
i i Westminster, was a success. Attcn
dance was good. Saturday night’s
crowd broke the record. We are loofc
! ing forward for the prize list.
Our community would appreciate
the stale road which was promised to
! he built several years ago.
INIONTOH \
Dr. Newton Hilbert and sister, Miss
j Alice, of Annapolis, were In town the
1 past Thursday, and called on some of
thotr friends. On their return they
were accompanied by Miss Sallle
Weaver, who will remain for a visit.
Rev. and Mrs J Edward Lowe,
from tlutlderlanil Center. V Y . nrnv- 1
cd on Monday and are now occupying
Hielr new home, the Lutheran parson
age.
Mr. Jo- Stevenson Is visiting his |
niece. Mrs. Snuder Devllhlsa and fain- |
H.v
Dr and Mrs I J Weaver left for I
Washington on Thursday. (
( tllltttl.l.TON I
There were onlv about 75 present
at the services In the Bethel on .Sun (
day morning on account of the Int lent t
eat weather.
There will lie Sunday school In the (
Bethel at ft.3(i Preaching DMS I. T j
L at 2 u. in Christian Endeavor 7.80
Male chorus practice on Monday <-ten *
ing and nrayer meeting on Wednrs |
day evening
i The Ladles’ Aid met at the home of 4
Mrs Charles Taylor on last Saturday (
afternoon with good attendance The ,
ladle* a"' selling pout card pletups* ‘
of the old and new church Money (
received on Saturday for plcturas <
|B.ol duns IS.fi i banket work 12 f 2 J
The next meeting will he held at the (
borne of Mrs Oscar Taylor j
Mr and Mrs, Arthur tlarpel and '
two children, oi Hagerstown, • ted (
Ihclr parents. Mr. and Mrs Philip
Harpel. this weak
(Vine rut illations to Mr. and Mr-
Amos Evans, who were married hi
Rev. J L Masemore on Saturday
, evening.
There will he a Christmas enter /
tninment In the Bethel on Christina* ,
evening.
'I lie ttrsl snow of the season fell on i
Sunday which measured about aix |
Inches
Mr. Mel. Miller continues seriously I
111. {
Mr. Miles Long is still on the sick
list hut Is somewhat improved at this (
writing i
Bul< haring is the style (h< days '
EIMI MISSIM; t Mil.lPs ||OIV IN ’
HASH BOILER
Chicago. Dec. 1 Following an ail i
light’s search lor little Margaret ’
'oughlln. ,'i years old, her dismember- !
eil body was found today In a wa - I (
holler In the home of Mrs Ralph Pen '
sis. 52 years old, a neighbor. Shortly i
alterward. the body of Mrs. Panels, (
with her throat slashed by n butcher j
knife, was tound on the second floor *
of the Pensls cottage Police limned- {
lately began a search lor Ralph Pen .
sis. the woman’s husband.
Police who caged at the Pensls {
home, the lust place the child was .
seen yesterday, found the doors lock- *
|ed this morning and could gel no ans
wer to their knocks. Finally they
broke the door down and forced an '
entrance, in the basement they dis
covered the little girl’s torse in the
wash holler, silliug on a pile of pa (
per which hud been fired, hut the /
llamcs had gone out. Several feet ■
away one leg, wrapped in paper, was {
found in a cardboard box. The olhei /
leg was found lyiter a block away ,
from the house. (
3The police found Mrs. Pensls' body {
on a bed upstairs. They believed she )
killed herself as they hurst in the t
i front door. The body was still warm. (
Mrs. Pensls and Josephine, a daugh- '■
ter, aged nine, told police yesterday '•
that they last saw Margaret Coughlin, (
about 3 o’clock, when she came l \
the house with Josephine to play. In ’•
a few moments, they said, she com- (
plained ot pains in her stomach, and /
ran out of the house and across the '
street to her own home. (
A truckload of baggage belonging
to visiting diplomats was hit by a
street car. but not enough damage ,
was done to make the imTga te spring
a leak,—Washington Post.
i i
THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 0. 1921
| Westminster Electric Co. I
$ Westminster, Md.
Successors to B. 11. Sechrist.
Western Electric Motors.
p* Wiring and Fixtures. 1
j|i Appliances.
Western Electric Farm Lighting
H Plants. |
Sunbeam Lamps. |j
| Everything Electrical I
§ LET US BID ON YOUR WORK. |
| WESTMINSTER ELECTRIC CO. |
|i 3P< I Phone ,),)
V 8
I A BANKING INSTITUTION |
| FOR THE PEOPLE I
s? Vl.liora tuning this I Dai Halloo Imv* often remarked as to
0k) the number of accounts its hart In our Haring Department.
V We take this as evidence that thia Institution U popular >
(g) with Uia people. vr
1 Vile pay 4 p fr t*u. on Saving Accounts .
and Interest la ruapoiiadrd aeml annually. / s
We Pay ‘i Per Cent, on Certificates of Deposit. j
ON ACTIVE OK CHECKING AITOK'*TB WB I*AT I PEI ®
CENT. ON MAIM KA LANCES ON SCMS OVEK *ift M, AMI (¥,
INTEREST Vs ( KKIMa'EII EVERY MONTH. a
Will be glad to have you rail and discus, (he queatloo of aav- (
Ing with you and will nityreciate your account, whether largo or f
small. /
WESTMINSTER DEPOSU S TRUST COMPANY |
Capital, JiatMMKi.o*. m>la A I ndltided I'r.lla, •lil.OM. X
(1)$)® C*X3 *x*x*x*y*. *)(#(*)(*)(t
I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. i
$
Having taken over the Poultry Supply and Fd Line x
fa of the Farm Power Company, we will open an up-to-date
i! Poultry Supply House $
t? November 21st, 1921.
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fj) We will Bell the Eamous PURINA FEEDS. (if'
|) Also a full lino of POULTRY SUPPLIES. (4)
For your POULTRY NEEDS see us. Cjfe
I |
ENCLAR & SPONSELLER. |
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$) Herbert G. Mathis*, Manager Poultry Dept. (+■
>) 14 I.IBERTY ST. PHONE 238 WESTMINSTER, MD. tf C*s
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(♦; If you are thinking of buying a new car look the (4;
PAIGE. SCRIPPS-BOOTH and OAKLAND over
( ) before you buy. or if you want your car repaired in any (4)
; way, uo matter what make, wc will be glad to do your w
(*) work We repair all makes of cars and sell a full line (4)
':-d of tires and accessories.
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(♦) Yours for Business, (4)
| D. R. GEIMAN & SON |
(♦ Westminster, Md. - Phone 24-M 4)
t FATHOM/1- imsi Its.
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i Here Is Xmas Just Around the Corner! I
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li And The Same Question That Comes Every Year, Too. f
| WHAT TO CHOOSE FOR PRESENTS. !|
This year it is the practical gift that will be long remembered, the gift that will fa
(♦> bring to mind pleasant thoughts of the giver day after day and week after week,
the gift that is not quickly forgotten w
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This Store Is Just Brimming Full of Suggestions. |
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And the Values, Well, we have not been able to equal them In many years.
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I Toytownl - Joytownl I
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Bring the Children to Toytown. Let them choose what they want Santa to bring.
j A Real Lira Santa Will Be Here I
(*) Cwy afternoon and evening from December 19th, and will have a Present for
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fa eich little Boy and Girt 6 years and under, accompanied by a parent.
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OOCOT 3UO XXXXIOOOOOOO'*’’
I J. W. GITT CO. I
)< v *l HANOVERS LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE Are Protected $
Giving Here ($5
<| . HANOVER. PA. fa
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fa * Buy Here And Teach Your Dollars More Cents** ||
fa ■ 1
TVTotice !
' lUflnic I‘un h*f<l Mml Form*,
Oxrrand lloiat. I am prepared to
untrart for romplsts ConcrsU
-nio*. (<t inv prlrca,"
HKMtv noßßiotrr,
>ma 2f> if Saw Wtndanr Md
Wanted.
Ford Car Salesman for Weil
minster and vicinity. Apply
Fisher Motor Company
Westminster.
no* II
After you eat—always take
gATONIC
InaianUr ratter ra Haarttw. Bloalad Caaay
FaaUaa. Mtopa lodlffaatton, fond autinn*. r
ixwUoc, tad all tha bod* iniecrw* eouaad b*
Acid-Stomach
KATONIC it the (yet remedy. Ten*of them
■•rid# wonderfully bentflU'd. Positively irior
anteod to plena# or wo will refund money.
Call and got • big box ludsy. You will too.
Shaw Dnif Co., - Main & John Sts.
DR. FAHRNEY
Hagerstown, Maryland
DIAGNOSTICIAN
The Of. Fahmeys hove been practicing
medicine end here made e epecielly of
chronic diseases for over 100 years. I
am working only with chronic, disease* .
bad kinds - difficult cases - and I diag.
nose your case before I treat you. If you
have a (rouble or weakuess or deformity,
write to me and 1*1) study your cess and
five salisfaction. #
I
Buy Your Xmas Gifts
►J AT |
I STONESIFER’S I
r # - You get better Qualify |
for the same money. 5?
Newer Goods and a Big 5
Selection.
The Store is Opposite the 5
Town Clock, Westminster. H
n
' ■■■HMUMII 1
F. A. Sharrer & Son
1. FRANCIS REESE, Prop.
Funeral Directors ?, Embalmers
Courtesy Efficiency
Service
DAY AND NIGHT PHONES 117
Automobile Equipment
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