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TRUSTEE’S SALE Of a Mott Valuable House and Lot IN WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND. t By virtue of the power and author ity contained in a decree ol the Cir ciiit Court for Carroll County, sitting in Equity, passed in cause No. 5366 Equity, wherein Francis Orndorff et , 8l„ are complainants and Andrew Reese Orndorff, infant, is the defen dant. the undersigned trustee will sell at public sale on the premises at No. aS Pennsylvania Avenue, in West jninster, Maryland, at 1 P. M., SATURDAY, APRIL Bth, 1922. all that parcel of land, fronting ©o teet on the east side of said Penn sylvania- Avenue and extending back jitS teet to an alley, which Lizzie O. Steele, late of said Carroll County, de ceased. died seized and possessed. The property is improved by a substantial TWO STOKY DWELLING HOUSE With nine rooms and all modern im provements. barn, hen house and oth er outbuildings. This property will he offered in two parcels and then as a whole. For further information inquire of the undersigned. Terms of sale:—One third, cash, of (be purchase money shall be paid on the day of sale on the ratification thereof by the Court and the residue in two equal payments, the one in one year and the othr in two years from the dav of the sale, with interest, to be secured by the notes of the pur chaser or purchasers, with security to be approved by the trustee or all cash at the option of the purchaser. The purchaser will be required to make a deposit of S3OO with the trus tee on day of sale. FRANCIS ORNDORFF, Trustee, Michael E. Walsh, Solicitor. William T. Wilson, Auctioneer. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice js hereby given to the credi tors of Lizzie O. Steele, late of Car roll County, deceased, to file their claims with the vouchers thereof with the Clerk of the said Court with in three months from the date of said sale. FRANCIS ORNDORFF, Trustee. PUBLI C SA L E Having sold my farm. I will sell at public sale where I now reside, locat ed on the old Manchester Road, about one mile East of Westminster, be tween Cranberry Station and West minster. SATURDAY, MARCH 2.VTH, 11122. at 12 o’clock, the following personal property, stock, farm implements, household and kitchen furniture, etc. SORREL HORSE, one mule, will work anywhere. 6 HEAD FINE MILK COWS, 2 fresh hv day of sale. 4 fall cows, 4* fine, shoats, weighing 100 pounds each. DK) ROOD LAYING HENS. 2 H. P. gas engine, feed grinder, fodder ah reader, wood saw with 111 in. and 24 in. saw, all these in excellent condition; also belting, 2-horse 4-in. tread wagon, with bed; hay carriage, spring wagon, new Deering rake, Os borne mower. No. 40 Oliver riding plow, good as new; 2 furrow plows, Lowdown Spangler drill; sulkey corn plow, new 16-looth Perry harrow, 1 or 2-horse wagon and bed. 3-in. tread: single shovel plow, cultivators, single, double and triple trees, sand seive, 16- tooth lever harrow, corn sheller. wheelbarrow, buggy, surrey, carriage pole, runabout, sleigh and milk sled, AUTOMOBILE, Buick touring; grain cradle, grind stone. pick, mattock, shovels, forks, mowing, brier scythe, double hit mor tice axe. log chains, jockey sticks, stone forks, DeLAVAL CREAM SEP ARATOR. No. 12; 2 ladder, HARNESS, 3 set breechbands, double set harness, bridles, halters, collars, saddle, check lines, but traces and manv other ar ticles. HOUSE FURNITURE. Corner cupboards. 2 iron beds and springs. 2 wood beds, 1 fine walnut suit com plete. tables, chairs, carpets, matting, and manv other articles too numerous to .mention. Terms: —6 months credit. ADAM RUPPERT. John W. Reaver. Auct. Edward AV. Case and Mark Tingling, Clerks. marl O-ts HUFF ROCK STOCK AND HATCHING EGGS. Fourteen years’ experience with this breed exclusively. Prize winnng stock and fine layers. Eggs $2 per 15; $5.50 per 50; $lO per 100. Fine Cockerels $5 and $lO each. Apply early, THOMAS D. BOWERS, Washington Avenue Poultry Yards, snarl7-3t Chestertown, Md. JPIOR SALE. Strawberry and cabbage plants for sale. Also small vegetable plants.. CHARLES J. WARD. 16 East Main Street, marl7-sl* Westminster, Md. A BARGAIN. For saie Indian Sport Model Motor cycle" in the best of condition. For particulars apply to GUY NEUDECKER, pmrl7-2t Brummel, Md. FOR SALE. Franklin Touring Car; excellent condition; will demonstrate. See C. RUSSELL SCHAEFFER, Union National Bank. arl7-tf _ , PUBLIC SALE Of a Valuable SIX ACRE FIELD The undersigned will offer at public sale, at the square, Manchester, Md., on SATURDAY. MARCH 25. 1922, at 12.30 o’clock, sharp. SIX ACRES of valuable farming ground, partly wood land, lying about 1 /, mile West of town, belonging to the late Daniel L. Dubbs. deceased. Terms of Sale:—One-third cash on day of sale; a four months credit will he given, on note, with approved se curity, with interest from day of sale. MRS. MARY E. GETTIER, Agent. Henry Gensler, Auct. PUBLIC SALE —OF— HOUSEHOLD GOODS Main and Carrol streets, Westminster, Md., THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1922, at 1 o’clock P. M. No. 280 Domestic ’ Sunshine range, with water front. shelf and hot closet, porcelain lined , refrigerator, about 20 window shades, , some of them linen, mirror, lot of pic lures, kitchen cabinet, 3-piece living , room suit, basket library chair, china closet, 8-ft. round oak dining table, , oak buffet, 2 stands, library tattle, 2 screen dors. Brussel drugget about 9x12, lot hull carpet, curtain poles, | music cabinet. 6 dining chairs, 1 pr. . portiers, 2 easels. The above is all in first class con dition. Terms of Safe:—Cash. N. M. ALBERT. marl T-ts. Public Sale ! The undersigned administrator will sell at public sale, at 161 East Main street, Westminster, on SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1922. at 1 p. m., the household furniture of the late Mrs. Anna M. C. Myers, as follows: Grandfather’s clock,, mahog any bureau, sewing machine, set Civil (War records, walnut bureau, etc., also many other household articles. See - bills for particulars. Terms of Sale: —All sums of $3, ■ cash: a credit of 6 months of above . 1 that amount, on notes with security and interest from day of sale. FRANK A. MYERS. Administrator. I marl7-2t For Sale RHODE ISLAND RED COCKERELS I am able to give exceptional value ; from stock of both combs, developed . from the best known strain of the bred in America: also have eggs for ' hatching. MRS. E. P. BRUXDIGE, 124 East Green Street, Westminster, Md. marl7-2t FOR SALE. ■ Four burner gas range, almost new: set of dishes: apply 6!) West Main street. Owner moving April Ist. . marX72t* FOR RENT. t room house with ground. JOHN H. ROSEN BERGER, Carrier No. 5, Near East view, Md. ' mar 17-2t* Special! Ford Radiators SIR 50 This radiator is of the honey-comb variety, all copper and guarantee 1 to give satisfaction. SUPERIOR RADIA TOR CO.. In*-., rear 300 E. Middle St.. ! Hanover. Pa. ’ Jan 20-tf The Magic Brooder i Dependable Gas-Proof Self-Regulat iug. Better Than a Hen. ■j WALTER G. LOVELL, Phone Sl7-F3, Westminster, Md. fell 10-tf FOR SALE. Good wagon and bed, 2 or 3 horse, in good condition: and a rubber tire buggy, also in good condition. S. HERBERT TINGLING, 3 miles Southeast of Smallwood. , marl7-3t* DR. FAHRNEY DIAGNOSTICIAN Specialist in chronic diseases. I make study and treatment of any kind of disease the fam ily Doctor is not curing. Tell me your trouble and I’ll tell you what is your disease and what can he done for it. I’ll send blank and specimen case. Give me your name. 'HAGERSTOWN, MD. THE TERM “PERFECTED-VALVE IN HEAD" MEANS MORE THAN IT SAYS. A NASH DEMON. SIEAXIOX 19 PROOF. j k THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, MARCH 24, 1922 | DR. JOHN F. GOUCHER OPPOSES CHARTER CHANGE OF GOUCHER COLLEGE IN REPLY TO THE FOLLOWING LETTER DR. GOUCHER PRE PARED THE STATEMENT GIVEN BELOW. Baltimore. January 2.’>tti, 1922. EET. JOHN F. OOFCHKM. D. !>.. LI- D., Presidfnt‘Hmtritus (jvu.'her Collect. . Baltimore. Md. Dear Doctor Voucher: Because of your intimate relation Oooclifr College (formerly the Woman a College of Baltimore), having proposed to the Baltimore Conference the creation of an Institution for the higher education of women; having been a member of the pro moting committee of said Conference; Incorporator and one f the original Board of Trustee* of the Womans College, and ■till a Trustee of Goucher College: the President ot the College for eighteen years, nud now President Emeritus and hy far the largest contributor, we. a committee appointed to represent a larger committee, constituted by Bishop McDowell, to take action concerning the change of charter of Goucher College, do hereby request you to give a direct statement of the facts of the , relation of the College to the Methodist Episcopal Church and your judgment as to the proposed change In the charter. Youra sincerely, DON S. COLT. Baltimore. Md. JAMBS H. HYATT, Baltimore. Md. FRANK G. PORTER. Catonsville. Md. * FRANK R. BAYLKY, Hagerstown. Md. HARRY J. HOPKINS, Annapolis. Md T GORDON IIKNNETT. Centerville, Md. ,* I), p. MILLER, Cumberland. Md. 1 W. E. GUNBY, Cambridge, Md. Statement By Dr. Goucher—The i Founding Of The College. The Woman’s College of Baltimore, ; afterward named Goucher College, was [ proposed, recommended, approved, au > thorized. founded and developed by the • Methodist Episcopal Church, to be a denominational institution of con - strut-live Christian influence and high •st academic grade. The College was created to he a liv- , Ing memorial to the women of the Methodist Episcopal Church, whose un stinted devotion contributed so largely to the success of the Church during . the first century of Its history, and to make provision for the daughters of our Church and others to gratify their passion for thorough training where "the highest ideal of Christian culture 1 for Christian service may be realized." i The promoters of this memorial in stitution have made no appeal to any other church to assist in its founding or development. While some valuable ! contributions have been received from 5 other than Methodist Episcopal Church " sources, they were not made until aft -1 er the academic standing of the Col ’ lege had been thoroughly established and Us absolute freedom from sec tarian discriminations of any kind had • been fully demonstrated. High Standing As A Methodist Institution. As a Methodist institution, within less than a decade of its opening, lead ing universities of the tvorld and as sociations for advancing higher educa tion had accorded to Goucher College an academic standing of the highest ' grade—second to none in the nation. I have a complete tile of the "Jour i nals of the General Conferences" and , of the "Minutes of the Baltimore An r nual Conferences” of the Methodist Episcopal Church, a file of all official publications of the College for the first quarter of a century of its active work, and of its propaganda-literature from 1883, when the proposition was first made that the "Baltimore Annual Con ference” should establish an institution of higher learning to 1888, when the first class was received for instruction, and I can show documentary proof of I the above facts. • Church Relation Under Charters. In the Charter under the General Laws of the State of Maryland. 1885. - and in the enlarged Charter granted by the Legislature of the State of Maryland in 1890, the Baltimore An nual Conference, which created the • College, reserved no power to inter fere with its management, but the supervisory relation of the Methodist Episcopal Church was expressed in reserving a veto power as to the selec tion of its Trustees. As the College broadened in its infill - enre and was being recognized as a [ general Church enterprse. it was thought desirable -that this rrto power should be transferred to the "Hoard oi II Education of the Methodist Episcopal u Church,”.and this was provided for in an amendment to the Charter of 1910. In 1914 President Guth appeared in person before the “Board of Education I of the Methodist Episcopal Church” and requested that they release this ! veto power as to the election of the Trustees of the College. As a result the Charter was amended, and In lieu of the right of veto eleven Trustees ' I were to be nominated by the Baltimore Annual Conference and other specified nearby Conferences. This request was consented to as continuing to repre sent the official supervisory relation of the Methodist Episcopal Church to the College, and the Charter was amended accordingly. e Neglect And Refusal. The present administration of Goucher College has neglected and re , fused to conform to the provisions of the Charter as amended in 1914, con cerning the eleven representatives of the Methodist Episcopal Church to be r chosen from the Baltimore Annual Conference and other nearby Confer ences, and has -ignored the right of said Church to be thus represented. This- raises a serious question as to whether “The Board of Trustees of ; Goucher College” is legally constituted or capable to officially represent the Institution. Conscientious Protest. It Is ti> be deplored that the present administration has Inaugurated this more, merit to sever and destroy all official rela lion between Goucher College tun! the Methodist Episcopal Church, whose sacri ficial generosity and persistent devotion have secured iba existence and exceptional growth of the College. Those of ns who are thoroughly conversant with all the facta are compelled, conscientious] j, tu firmest against and resist such an act of njustlce. If the Legislature should grant this petl ■ tion It might make easy the perversion, or at least endanger the stability of every endowment in the State. JNO. F. GOUCHER. WILSON FUND SLOWLY GROWS MARYLAND’S QUOTA OF $30,000 IS DIVIDED EQUALLY BETWEEN CITY AND THE SOUNTIES The Wilson Fund slowly grows. Maryland’* quota of $30,000 is divided equally between Baltimore City and the Counties. Of the City's $15,000 there has actually been raised $6,600, and the Counties have actually raised according to receipts and advices re ceived at Headquarters the sum of $3,600. Other money has been raised In the counties of which Headquar ters has not yet been advised by the local chairmen, who are endeavoring to complete their quota before turning in their reports. The work has been greatly delayed by persons who intend to contribute but have failed to send in their con tributions to their local chairmen. The work would be greatly aided if those who Intend to contribute would notify their local chairman or Headquarters. 1319 Fidelity Building. Baltimore, of the amount of their contribution and the time that it will be convenient for them to pay the same. The standing of the Counties Is as follows: Allegheny—Mrs. Robert Henderson, 164 Washington street, Cumberland, Md., $570.25. Anne Arundel—Mrs. Robert Moss, Annapolis, Md.. $385. Baltimore County—Mrs. Geo. I. Richardson, Lutherville, Md., $194.50. Calvert —Hon. J. B. Gray, Prince Frederick, Md. Caroline—Dr. M. Bates Stephens, ! Denton. Md. Carroll —Mr. Guy W. Steele, West minster. Md. Cecil —Miss Mary Jamar, Elkton, Maryland. Charles —Hon. W. Mitchell Digges, La Plata. Md. Dorchester—Gov. Emerson C. Har rington. Cambridge, Md. 1 Frederick —Mrs. Andrew Annan, Bmmitsburg, Md., $715. Garrett—Mr. Gilmore S. Hamlll, Oakland. Md. Harford—Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Webster, Beiair, Md. Howard —Mrs. J. Brooke Clark, El licott City, Md.. SIOO. Kent —Rev. S. S. Hepburn, Worton, Maryland. Montgomery—Mrs. J. H. Jones, Rockville, Md.; Mr. Robert Hilton, Rockville. Md.. SSB. Prince George—Mrs. Ogle Marbury, Laurel, Md. (Women’s Committee), $3Ol. Prince George—Judge T. Van Clag gett. Upper Marlboro, Md., sl6. Queen Anne’s Mrs. J. H. C. Legg. Centerville. Md. St. Mary’s—Hon. J. Allan Coad, Leonardlown, Md. i Somerset —Hon. W. Joshua Miles. Princess Anne. Md.. $500.75. Talbott —Hon. Mason Sheehan, Easton, Md. Washington—Mrs. W. H. Hamilton. Jr., 175 S. Prospect St., Hagerstown. Maryland. Wicomico—Hon. Hooper S. Miles. Salisbury, Md.; Mrs. A. J. Vander hogart. Salisbury, Md.. SSOO. Worcester—Mr. C. L. Vincent, Snow Hill, Md. i/ S -o - c. • £ 5 HI = - os 3 ; ; : l 9' S o • • • \ M II! ii : : * X 111 :z£ 8 I | : i : ;o£ E 5 =■ ; ; ; :H£ I - . 2 ; : : . < -C c os : : : ; 3 _.t t=, 2 : : ; ’°s•§ 2- = • • • : i*. £ a f t - ; : : jb S s O ;Z i k <o - • ; ; : . o4® ~£ * j | • • js s *■* ; ' ** -* > g-aj t S 02 C■£ t>C • • = s : :£? 5: : 5 v M o==s° t • : f £a s ; £ . Q 9 -4, 4- n’ 1 * SOSi-aSoi S £ °ScO-£o S= 3 § ? (_ c d ~ t. 3 f> o * o.§ 45s * i S|s ZIHU H ™ i £.= i ~ 2 01 •= 4 , 9> 3 g 0 _ 2%.2 *f- . _ cc w 1 I 3 11 e PUBLIC SALE OF TWO | AUTOMOBILES The undersigned will sell at public sale on SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1922. at 4 o’clock P. M. at the MAIN COURT GARAGE, ON COURT STREET, in Westminster, Carroll County, Mary land, the following automobiles: One practically new Willys Touring Car, 5 or 7 passenger. This car has been run about 8000 miles and is in first class condition; and One Sec ond-hand Chevrolet Touring Car, in good condition, formerly belonged to Jacob B. Sentz, Tanevtown, Md. TERMS OF SALE;’CASH. EDWARD 0. WEANT, Attorney. |iaar24-2i _ In Use Circuit Court for Carroll County. Samuel D. E. Eojcle. et. ai. vs. Birdie B. Hess, et ai. Ordered this 10th day of March. A. D. 1922. that the account of the Auditor filed in this cause be finally rat ified and confirmed.unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 27th day of March, inst.; provided a copy of this order he inserted for two successive weeks before the last named day in some newspaper published in Carroll county. EDWIN M. MEU.OR, Jr.. Clerk. ! True copy—Test: mar!o-3t EDWIN M. MELLOR. Jr. Clerk. In the Circuit Court for Carroll County. In the matter of the Trust Estate of Usher Cla blaugh, deceased. Ordered this 10th day of March. A. D.. 4922, that the eighteenth account of the Auditor filed in i this cause be finally ratified and confirmed, un less cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 27th day of March, inst.: provided a copy of this order be inserted for two successive weeks before the last named day in some news paper published in Carroll county. EDWIN M. MELLOR, Jr. Clerk. True Copy Test; EDWIN M. MELLOR. Jr.. Clerk. marl()-3t 5331 EQUITY. In ttie Circuit Court for Carroll County. In the matter of the Trust Estate of Catharine Thiele, et. al. Ordered this l>th day of March, in the year Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Two, by the Cir cuit Court for Carroll County, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by William D. B. Hepnor, Trustee, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof Le shown on or before the 10th day of April, next ; provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed in Carroll County, once in each of three successive weeks before the 3rd day of April, next The report states the amount of the sale to be 5826H.00. EDWIN M. MELLOR. Jr.. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Carroll County True Copy—Test: mar 10 4t EDWIN M. MELLOR. Jr.. Clerk. TO CREDITORS. This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Carroll County. Maryland, letters of Administration on the Personal Estate of JOHNZIE E. BEASMAN. late of Carroll County, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit ihe same, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, to the subjeriber on or before the 3rd day of October. 1922, they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my .land this 2Sth day of February. 19^2 FRANK B. BEASMAN. mar3-4t Administrator. IN THE ORPHANS’ COURT OF CARROLL COUNTY. February Term. 1922. Estate of Jeremiah Yingling. Deceased. On application, it is ordered, this 13th day of March. 1922. that the sale of leasehold anti real estate of Jeremiah Yingling, late of Carroll county, deceased. made by George M. Hoffman, Acting Executor of the last Will and Testament of said deceased, and this day re ported to this Court by the said Executor, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause be shown to the contrary on or before the 3rd Monday, 17th day of April, next; provided a copy of this order l>e inserted for three successive weeks in some newspaper printed and published in Carroll county, before the 2nd Monday, 10th day of April, next. The report states the amount of sale to be $1,550.00. THOMAS J. HAINES. ) J. WEBSTER EBAUGH. > Judges. JOHN K. MILLER. ) True Copy. Test: — WILLIAM F. BRICKER. marl7-3t Register of Wills for Carroll County. TO CREDITORS. This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Carroll Coun ty. in Maryland. letters Testamentary on the Personal Estate of JOHN L. WLLLIAMS late of Carroll County, deceased All person having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 17th day of October, 1922, may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. , . Given under my hand tins 14th day of Marjh. H 22. MARY A. WILLIAMS, mar 17-U Executrix. 5356 EQUITY. In the Circuit Court for Carroll County. Joseph J. Brandenburg. Mortgagee vs. Charles I). Houck and Mary S. Houck, his wife. Mortgagors. Ordered this 13th day of March, in the year , nineteen hundred and twenty-two. by the Cir cuit Court for Carroll County, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by Joseph J. Brandenburg, mortgagee, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or be fore the 17th day of April, next; provided ;i copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed in Carroll County, once in each ol three successive weeks before the 10th day of April next. The report states the amount of sale to he $7,800.00. EDWIN M. MELLOR. Jr., Clerk of the Circuit Court for Carroll County. True Copy Test:— mar!7-4t EDWIN M. MELLOR. Jr.. Clerk. TO CREDITORS. This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Carroll Coun ty. in Maryland, letters Testamentary on the I personal Estate of LIZZIE O. STEELE, late of Carroll county, deceased. All persons I having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 3rd day of October. 1922; they i may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 28th day of February 1922. FRANCIS ORNDORFF. mar3-4t Executor, West Virginia Horses l Will receive at my Stables on East Chestnut St., Hanover, Pa., Saturday, March 18th, 1922, One Carload of West Virginia Horses, Three to Six Years Old. For Sale at the Right Price. H. A. SMITH. OOOGC XHXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ g J. S. Myers J. E. Myers § 8 Dentists 8 Q 73 E. Main St* Westminster, Md.g § Nitrous Oxide & Oxygen X-Ray O 6 Lady Attendants. x g Phone 162. Jan. 21, 1921. g OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOCK) i Thoroughbred S. C. While Leghorn 1 Et?g tor Hatching, $6.00 Per Hundred. Walter B. Barnes, ■ Sykesville, Md., J- Route 1 j raarto4tp i A Kind of Insurance. There are many kinds of Insurance, that of Fire and Life. being the most prominent. Of course, there is acci dent insurance, and insurance against sickness, depriving the workman from earning a livelihood. But one of the newest and oddest kind of insurance we have yet read about! has been stated in England. It is called Appendicitis Insurance. jHfIyNESf | America’s First Car I | MODEL SS T01595$ | MODEL 75 TOURING 2595 J j| Wm. J. Meyers | ' DISTRIBUTOR | 1723 N. Charles Street |) BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. | i AUENT WANTED IN CARROLL COUNTY. MHIE FOR PAMICILAIiS | y mar!o-3t IJ; " HSHHHSSEEHHSSI BHS)gSH®BHEEE| I WESTMINSTER PRODUCE COMPANY I ® WALTER L. TAYLOR. Proprietor. B Liberty St, Near Main. Phone No. 45-R rjl P H TO FARMERS AND OTHERS: f dji V This is a reminder that we have a place for your Produce a S for which we pay the Highest Cash Prices. ; | POULTRY, 7 EGGS, - BUTTER, - and - CALVES. | S And a lot of other products you may raise. We ® pay within 2 or 3 cents of the Baltimore market LJ IS and on Calves 1 or 2 cents. S 3 We receive goods every day in the week. § Also Open on Saturday Night. - ST Receive Calves Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ® ;:ig( up until 10 A. M. ffi r. i Iffl nov 18-ly rjfl ,s ra kHJ •f ~M . ” - - - - To Tile Public! W Being successor to the General Merchandise Business of Horace * _ ® T. Shipley, Statewood, Md.. I will appreciate the patronage of ah c| ® the old customers as well as new ones, and will try to serve them ig to the best of my ability. ® • ® Granulated Sugar, per It) '• ® 24% !h. Bag Flour ;*'* ® e 3 bars Kirkman’s Borax Soap ;® 3 bars Babbit's Borax Soap “ 0< " ■ @ 2 bars Fels-Xaptha Borax Soap j-Oc ® y ® Special Blend Coffee • - S( ' • ® Good loose Coffee 50c ® ySJ 5 gal. Coal Oil • 1 ® 3 10c plugs Tobacco y ® Bleached Muslin, per yd 12c to 20c J @ Dress Ginghams, per yd 15c to 2ic jJj ® Home Grown Clover Seed, II) 20c Jj, !g Bran, per hand $2.00 j® White Middleing, per hund $2.50 jr ;® Brown Middleing, per hund |2.2.i j, Standard Gas. per gal 26c. ® : ® Amoco Gas, per gal 2.tc ;|J Chickens and Eggs bought for highest cash prices. ® ! | HOWARD B. NECKER. J i ®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®(g®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®wi® •••-•] i, ■ ; Moving Pictures “FROM MANGER TO THE CROSS" to he shown in the Armory, . T - FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 31, 1922, under the auspices of the Parent-Teacher Association. SCHOOL CHILDREN 15c. ADULTS 25c. NOTICE. Have teams and trucks prepared for movings. Plan youi date and make known as soon as possible. Competent help. .1. AKTHCIt GKKK-V j Phone 35-M. Westminster. Md. Also have for sale about 50 cords of sawed wood. | nar!7-2t* _ Anyone who belongs to the Company paying their dues regularly, shoui,! be attacked by appendicitis, his exi penses at the hospital will h e pajl | and if he should die. the family ceives a certain sum of money. If there were not such a pie-line in Washington, perhaps there would,,, be such a bread-line in New York i Columbia Record.