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FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOV. 10. 1922
Tomorrow being Armistice Day the
banks will be closed.
Hog cholera is reported among the
swine of Mrs. Caroline Spriggs, Chan
The November term of the Circuit
c, art for Carroll county will convene
Mr. Henry Helwig, of Pleasant Val
ley, is suffering from a slight stroke
Mr Meivin Hamer, of Myers dis
tro. has been appointed a Justice of
i, ;vare of that district.
Ice formed twice during the month
of October, and still it was the warm
tit October in history.
Thomas AV. Perkins, receiver for the
Second National Hank. Klkton, began
paying the first dividend of 19 per
cent, to the creditors.
N’earlv all of the land in Carroll
county lias been advertised against
trespassers who make a purpose of
hunting Ur game.
Adam Slorp, of Dayton. Ohio, after
spending a short vacation with his
parents. Mr, and Mrs. Jefferson Slorp
this city, returned home Wednesday.
A movement has been started in
Klkton to have the Government pur
chase the building of Hie defunct Sec
end National Hank for a post office.
Mr. anil Mrs. John Hickle and two
children, of Haltimorc, are guests of
his mother, Mrs. John Rickie, Church
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bankert and
ha by, of Baltimore, spent Sunday with
jjis sister. Mrs. Charles Brown, East
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stoner and Mr.
end Mrs. K. J. Wantz spent last Sun- :
day evening at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. William Snyder, near Eden.
Airs. Sarah Robertson, of Liberty
Heights, spent several days at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Wantz.
Pennsylvania avenue, last week.
Mrs. Frank Koyston, daughter, Mar
jorie and s>>n. Jack, of Virginia, spent
Mondav with Mrs Raymond Myers.;
East Mai a street
The body of H L. Reasin, a soldier
at. Hie Aberdeen Proving Grounds, who
disappeared Hallowe’en night, was
found in the Susquehanna River at
Havre de Grace, Saturday.
Last week's end Miss Goida E. Giv
ings. of Avondale, entertained the
R. R. G. (). Club. They still find pleas
ure in their favorite hobby of going
on short lours.
Dr. Edward J. Clark, of Chester
town, lias bought the Worcester Dem
ocrat. a weekly paper, published at
Pocomokc City. He will assume
barge at once.
Thieves arc again active at Pen
Mar. The cottages that were closed
lor the winter have been ransacked
of dishes, knives, forks, spoons and
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Winters, Mrs.
K. Clark. .Miss Thelma Wahn and Mr
Carroll Cannon, of Baltimore, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Samuel Miller, near
The Si wing Society of Kreider’s
Reformed Church will hold a chicken
and ovstcr supper in the Firemen's
Hall. Friday and Saturday night. No
vi tuber lu and 11.
Air. Carroll Owings, near Small
wood, received two fractured rib;
when the fly wheel from a gasoline
engine flew to pieces, striking him
in the side. He is improving.
The nephew of George Aprile. West
Main street, was struck by an auto
mobile in front of bis home and bad
ly bruised and cut. He was not ser
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Gardner sold
a two and half story brie* dwelling
bouse, with modern improvements, in
Frederick, to Mr. and Mrs. Townsend
At'. Belt, of Mt. Airy. Mr. and Mrs. Belt
gel possession December Ist.
Daniel S. MeLane. of A’ork. Pa . was
found unconscious on the floor of his
barbershop, at York, Pa., Saturday
night and died Tuesday. Mrs. Ade
laide Gilbert, of I'nion Bridge, is a
sister of the deceased.
Devilbiss Bros., New Windsor, have
purchased the stock and fixtures of
the late N. T. Bennett and rented of
T. J. Stouffer the building where they
moved their stock last week and will
do business in the future.
Four men were killed and four oth
ers injured in an explosion at the
Birdseye slope of the Olyphant mine
of the Hudson Coal Company at
Throop. Pa.. Friday afternoon. The
death of a fifth man is expected.
The body of a man, apparently
about 4u years old. was taken from
tlie Niagara below Table Rock, on the
Canadian side of the river Friday af
ternoon. it apparently had been in the
water four or five days.
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mohlev this city, on Sunday were i!v.
and Mrs. Robert Mobley, Jr., and
daughter. Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mariuenson and Mrs. Chas. APtmuffl
’£ Hod Lion, Pa., and Mrs. Guy Hen
•'yf. Mr Philip Mobley and friend,
Aiiss Treva Starner. of Hanover, Pa.
The' M'dfeS of St. Paul’s Methodist
0. Episcopal Church, New Windsor, will
hold on oyster supper !n !. O. O F.
hall. New Windsor, Friday and Sat
urday evenings. November 17 and Ift
* Everybody come.
The sweet potato crop in Wicomico
county this season is the largest,
probably, in the history of the coun
-5 ty, being estimated at 1,000,000 bas
r kets. The potatoes are soiling for 15
■ cents per basket.
The Ladies’ Aid Society of Zion will
hold a measure social, November 16.
Ilf not fair that night, it wil be held
- (tho first fair night, at Mr. and Mrs.
) Ray Hook. Ice cream and confection
ary for sale.
Mrs. Mary Rickie. Liberty street,
fell Mondav at tfie Home of her son.
Joseph Rickie, and fractured her hip.
Mrs. Rickie is-in her S5tU year and
her injury is considered serious by
Mr. Herbert Smith, of Baltimore,
spent this week with Mr. Githa Mil
ler, of New York, who is at his home
on his vacation spending several
weeks with his mother, Mrs. Samuel
Miller, near this city.
On acount of the slippery condition
of the street on Pennsylvania avenue,
a horse driven by Airs. John Frame,
this citv fell and broke a leg. The
horse was killed and the corpse was
sent to Leidy's fat factory.
Mr. Jacob Crumrine accepted a po
sition with the California Packing
Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. Crumrine
will leave about December Ist. and
will enter upon his duties immediate
ly. 1 •
The following moAbers of the Vet
erans of Foreign Wars of Westmin
ster were delegates to the convention
held at Blanker! Park Baltimore. lasi
week: Jesse Myers, Preston Coffman
Carrol! Crawford, Howard Copper
smith and Jos. Seolt Fears.
Mr. and Airs. Carl Mohro and Mrs.
Jennie Weaver, of Park Heights, Bal
timore. and Miss Hilda Davis, of
Westminster, and Air. Niner Shipley,
of Bird Hill, spent Sunday last at the
home of Mr. Samuel Miller, near this
Lingering a month with a broken
hack, Harry T. Geisinger, aged 4,8. of
Blair Four, Pa., died in the Altoona
Hospital. He was injured when the
automobile he was driving plunged
over an embankment. Four others in
the car escaped with slight injuries.
Airs. Clara Turner, a former teach
er in Tome Institute, Port Deposit,
has instituted suit against Mrs. Evelyn
S. France, wife of United States Sen
lator France, for SISOO. alleged to be
due on a life income “for services ren
Charles Edmondson, 61 years old,
a farmer of Taylers Island. Tuesday
; committed suicide by hanging himself j
to a rafter in his barn. He had been
‘in ill health for some time, and it is
thought had previously tried lo end
Frank Puma. New York, said to be
a member of the famous Bona venture
gang, was shot Saturday night iu a
hallway by several unknown men and
died. Puma was standing in the loor
when a fusillade of shots rang out,
and he dropped to the floor.
Mrs. Bridget Mary Convey, aged 102
years, who attracted considerable
public attention some months ago by
attending a prize fight in Sioux City.
lowa, died in a hospital of old age
and comnlieations resulting from a
broken leg. She was born in Ireland.
On November 26, at 7.30, Mr. G. V..
Yeiser. of Union Mills, will give :m
illustrated lecture in Kreiders’ Re
formed Church. This will lake I lie
place of the Christian Endeavor ser
vice. A silver collection "ill he taken
at the door.
The Carroll county rally of the Mis
sicnarv societies of the I nited Luth
eran Church, will be bold Thursday,
November 16. in Immanuel Lutheran
Church. Manchester. Rev. ('. G. Lcath
crnian, pastor. Morning session tit
1n.30 a. in.
The ladies of Bachman's Union Snn
; day school will hold a chicken and
soup supper on Tuesday evening. No
vember 7. at the church. Refresh
ments and cakes will also bo on sale.
U the weather he unfavorable it wil!
■ be held on AVednesday evening. \\ ill
' serve supper from 6 to 10 P- m.
Hamilton Hold, executive director
of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation
' and former editor of "The Indepen
' dent,” will lecture in Alumni Hall on
' November 21. at S p. m. ilia subject
' will lie “The Federation of The
World." Further announcement will
1 be made next week.
J Walter Cromack. 28 years old. an
I electrician, fell 35 feet from an elee
, trie-light pole and received injuries
that caused his death in a few min
utes. He had reached the top of Hie
; pole and was leaning towards the
; cross-bars when ills spikes slipped
,- and he fell headlong to the ground.
i Federal prohibition officers made a
I raid in Littlestown last week and
seized a nuantity of denatured ako
' hoi, searching the Littlestown Hotel,
f Joseph Krug, proprietor, and resi
-1 donee of his brother. Milton Krug. It
•' ; is said the denatured alcohol is used
1 in the manufacture of a “liniment.”
Pinned beneath his burning automo
bile. W. H. Smith, of Zanesville, fired
e a revolver and sounded the horn near
his hands in an effort to attract at
-1 tention. He was burned to death he
c i fore anvone could extricate him. The
! automobile skidded and turned turtle
v j into a ditch.
|! Those who spent last Sunday at
_ ( the home of Airs. Catherine Ruppert
t and familv. of Shipley, were Mr. and
Airs. John Ruppert, Mr. and Mrs, An
na Hallraver. sons, George and John
t and daughters, Catherine and Marie.
■ Mr. and Mrs. William, ai! of Baili
ff more: Mr. John Ruppert, Norman Aia
y gin. Charles Mackley, John Manning,
i and Mr Farver. all of Westminster;
! Mr. and Airs. Edward Freyman. of
1. near Lawrence; Mr. John Hook, of
near Shipley, and others.
THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, XOVKAfBER 10 1922
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Automobile Insurance lifts the burden of risk from
- the car owner’s shoulders and places it on the back
of a powerful organization.
In case of an accident, the insurance company steps in,
assumes the responsibility and tactfully effects settlement,
i Don’t drive your car w ithout the protection of adequate
: insurance. Insure zvith us!
STONER & HOBBY, Agents
Phone 155 Westminster, Md.
Charles Si pc. 29. a contractor, and
Cecil Carter, 30, a former employe,
died Election Day from wounds sus
tained .Monday night wh°n tho two
men fought a duel at tho home of
Sipe. They used revolvers nfior Sipe
accused Carter of paying attentions
to Airs. Sipe.
Air. Albert Anderfuhren and bis
cousin. Aliss Ella Anderfuhren. afier
visiting relatives and friends in Phil
adelphia. Phoenixville, Reading. Lin
easier, York and Baltimore, have re
turned home, having spent a pleasant
time with their friends and seeing
piaccs of interest.
Tiic Alaurctania, which arrived at
New Aork Friday, broke the speed
record between Cherbourg Break
water and Ambrose Light, covering
Hie distance in 5 days 7 hours and 33
minutes This is 1 hour and 47 min
utes better than the previous record,
also held by the Alaurctania.
Support by the North Carolin i
Methodist Protestant Conference for
the denomination’s theological set.i
linary at Westminster, was asked a*
'Sunday's session of the conference
at Henderson. N. (’.. in an address by
the Rev. J. li. Elderdice. president of
The ladies of Bachman's Lutheran j
Church. Bachman's Mills, will hold a
fried chicken ami count rf ham sup
per in the basement of the church on
Thursday evening. November 23. or
on Friday 21 in case of bad weather.
Suppers served from 5 to lo p. m.
lee cream, cake, home-made candies,
etc., on sale.
The second of the series of dances
to be given by Company 11, First In
fantry. Maryland National Guard, at
its Armory in Westminster, will be
Friday evening. December Slh. 1922
at 9 p. m. There won't he any eats,
nor prizes, nor servants nor elabor
ate decorations hut the music—Oh.
Dr. 11. C. Shaner, of Harrisburg.
Pa., was a guest of his brother-in-law.
Mr. Charles Brown, East Alain street,
las' week. Dr. Shaner contemplates
moving to tliis city for a year in
' hopes of benefit!ing his health, ilo
has Iren advised by a specialist to
rest uu for a year. We welcome \.*u
Wiliam F. Bartholomew, of Snu-
I bury. Pa., rounded out 25 years as a
t-itv mail carrier. He was one of the
original three appointed in that city,
when the grass grew on the village
I green. He estimates that he has walk
i ed twice around Hie giolie. or 50.099
miles, and has worn out 190 pairs of
, Tlie work of conuslructing high
. I w avs hv the Slate Roads Commission
, 1 in the district comprised by Frederick
. .Montgomery, Howard. Carroll and
'(Washington counties will close down
I November 15, il was learned .Monday
nigiil. Every effort is being made to
complete Hie roads now under con
i structiou before that date.
” Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Murphy, of
' New Windsor, are located for the
winter at 4301 Walnut street. Phila
" delphia Pa. Prof. Alurphy is assist
® ing in the department of Psychology
1 at the University of Pennsylvania and
also pursuing graduate work in Psy
chology and Education. Airs. Alurphy
J will do some work at tho University
during the winter.
>• Jack Kennedy, veteran Alissouri
■ train robber, known as the “quail
1 hunter.” and Harvey Logan, a former
ff railroad employee, were shot and
killed Frick)v at Wittenberg. Mo., by
post office inspectors, after they had
‘ robbed a mail car on a southbound
poseuger train of the St. Louis and
1 Sin Francisco Railroad. The stolen
’ mail, about 100 registered letters.
‘ was recovered,
e The apparent trivial incident which
occurred Monday night at the meet
ing of the striking shopmen in Hag
t erstown. when Thomas E. Carroll, un
t ion organizer, who has been directing
1 the shopmen's strike on the Western
- .Maryland Railroad, is alleged to
u have assaulted E. G. Route, a striker,
■. appeared to have opened a breach in
- the ranks of the strikers. Route is
- quoted as saying he believed the men
had lost their tight. The ousting of
; Carroll and the ending of the strike
f appeared likely. A warrant is tint for
f Carroll's arrest on an assault charge.
Imt lie has disappeared.
■SALES AGENTS, both sex. Whole
or part, lime, selling NT'STILE Siik
Hosiery direct lo Consumer. Write for
particulars. NT'STILE HOSIERY
MILLS. Heed Bldg., Phila., Pa.
WANTED. .Men or women to take
orders for genuine guaranteed hos
iery for men, women and children.
Eliminates darning. Salary $59 a
week full time, $1.90 an hour spare
time. Experience unnecessary. In
ternational Stocking .Mills. Norris
town, Pa. oct29-l9t
Industrious men and women want
ed to retail the genuine Watkins Prod
| nets in city territories. Exception:!,
oportunity to tie up with oldest and
largest company of it:; kind. Our host
lers average income is $1.19 an hour.
Are you doing as well? 11 not, write
Today for free samples and particu
lars." The J. R. WATKINS CO.. Dept.
S 2, New York, N. A'. nov:!-5t +
Howard Smith, colored, aged about
twenty year', of near Alt. Pleasant,
is confined in the Frederick county
( jail, for a further investigation, penci
ling tile outcome of the shooting of
Philip Ogle, colored, the nine year-old
sou of Hamilton Ogle, aNo of near Mt.
Pleasant. The boy is in Alonleviie
Hospital, wiiere ii is said he is get
ting along as well as can be expert
led. It is said that the b.iy lias a punc
William Hudson, aged 75, a tailor,
of Easton, Pa., was asphyxiated md
bis wife. Airs. Alarv Hudson, was ten
dered unconscious and is in a criti
cal condition when two burner; of
the gas stove in their apartment !T fl
ed to light and they did not know i‘..
A young man, taking a suit to their
loom lo he pressed, discovered them,
carried the woman to another room
and then called for help. There is H
tic hope for the recovery of Mrs. Huff
sou. who is a paralytic.
.Sunday visitors at the home of Air.
and Mrs AVm. .1. L. Rupp, and family,
at Lineboro, were Mr. and Mrs. Cal
vin Bankert and children, Helen.
Cora. Ralph. Elizabeth and .Miriam, o!
Union Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Shaffer, children. Ida. Amanda and
Ear!. Air. and Airs. Curtis Hunt and
son. George. Air. and Airs. F. 11. Alii
ler and children, Clark, Ralph and
Lydia, Andrew. Kenneth, Solomon
■ Woodrow and Leon -Miller and Alerl
Wertz. i 4
i j. I’. Bowers, of New Windsor, who
' was arrested on Sunday night on a
charge of house-wrecking, was giV'-u
a hearing Monday afternoon of nst
-'week, before Justice Alban AI. Wood.
1 Frederick. He was released upon pay
i nu.ni of the damages to the property
i and the costs. The damage amounteu
i to S2O and the costs $11.50 making u
• | total of 831.50. which was paid. The
j charge was preferred by G. E. Alaaa
- ha, of Cicmsonville, this county. Ihe
house-wrecking is alleged to have o-.
curved on October 10, the day which
1 Rowers moved from Cicmsonville t >
p Now Windsor. Bowers was a tenant
“ in one of the Alagaha houses, and up
on renting the place, had to fit tin*
1 house with windows. There was an
1 understanding that when Bowers vu
‘ tated lie could lake the windows w £h
■' i him.
j Itsrhy Attacked!
j( Mrs. Crawford writes, "I was at
r traded by the screams of my bain.
,1' I rushed to the cradle and there was
v a rat crawling on the child! Aly hns
band put Royal Guaranteed Rat Paste
1 around and we haven’t seen a rat
. since. I certainly am grateful.” Get
n a 25c- or 50c handy lube TODAA'. Sold
. and guaranteed by AWhler King.
h , ' ' " ”
-I MAUYLANO ( ASI I.TV II TS A
-| directors of the .Maryland Casulty
g Count any adopted it resolution recom
n mending to shareholders that the
3 j charter of the Company he amended
•. permitting it to increase the capita!
n I stock from $3,500,000 to $5,000,000 and
s Ito eranower the board to distribute
n the additional stock among the share
-1 holders in the sjiape of a stock divi
■ ■ '(lend emial to nearly 42 per cent,
r: Air. .lames Pearre Wanlz is the
>. I Maryland Ca. unity Company represen
tative in this counit.
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,v wilderness the hardy pioneers leaving
. tiio security of the settlement pushed T*
on into the unknown and marked their ©
© routes bv blazing trunks of trees. f ©
© Those who followed had been content H ©
© to travel the original trails the eoun- 111 | ©
© try would still be an undeveloped
© wilderness. The same sidrit which
© blazed the lir.t trails hodly ignored ©
IL them later and opened up now ones. ©
© Business that never ventures from
0 tin' beaten path cannot develop its _ _ ,
full possibilities. A business that ©
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© Westminster. We were the tirst to • ©
break away from the old method of ©
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J? after week. We told our store news ©
© fresh every week. We started a print- ©
© ing plant which even our friends said --■ - ■
© would lie a failure but ttulny is one
© of the leading industries of Westmin- *J
*4 ster. ®
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ly because our growing business here VI M 0 I 0 I JK ©
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'jl store blazing a trail for belter si r- ©
© vice to our customers, better build- ©
© ings in mir town, better conditions in ©
© which to work. We firmly believe our £4 I’ll” A Crt TFT zs*,
© friends and customers will appreciate V| Ur| 1 | I I ©
© this and share our pride in the prog- I IVV| La I wj Lm ■ I U)
•v rcss that benefits all.
© We place on sale today about 300 pairs of children shoes, all new goods just received from one
© id the best mlinufaeturers of popular price shoes in the fnited Slates. This uianufarlurcr believes in ©
*■* making dines ot good lea flier well put together at lb - lowest possible price;. We offer them lo J"U ©
* for quick selling at a low margin of profit. Come early thev mav not last, the week out. VK
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Childrens Tan Lace Shoes. A good Sj Q either Dress or School wear in sizes 13} I ™
quality leather in sizes from 3 to 8 at to 2 at . @
Boys* Tan Lace Shoes. These arc
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© ® to 11 at . . . . . Girls’ Tan Lace Shoes. Medium broad ©
Zjt, toes and rubber heels in sizes 2\ to 7, *•*
‘ Tan Lace Siloes for Gills. These also boys’ tan lace shoes with first qual- ©
'S f have bread toes and low heels, sizes 1! <C q ity rubber heels in sizes 2’ to 5 1 , also C <36
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10 to 13 on sale at . all on sale at .... * ©
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keep your feet dry,
1 Q save your good leather
t @ shoes from expensive
’ ® soakings, and prevent
1 ® falls on icy walks.
q Our “ Ball-Band” .
@ Light Weight Rubbers
® are good-looking, they
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£ you long wear. For men,
e women, and children.
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HOSIERY SALE. |
'l'd make the shoe sale complete we have added a number of
spe -ial lots or hosiery :i< money Having prices. These prices on $
shoes ami hosiery are all special for the week from November Mlh ig?
to IMh so come earh Ihev nun not lasi the week out. ®
Children’s Hose 17c, 3 pair for 50c 2
A really 2!c value in ehihlren's hose, medium rib, sizes 7 It) jo}
10. These tome in both black and brown and price is special for
lot on hand. _ t .It*. HU
Ladies’ Hose 12J4c |
Ladies' black, hose fair quality, especially priced for this week *
at U-aC. , • £ f 'All f
Ladies’ Sport Hose 48c %
These come in the brown heather mixed and are new goods ®
much in demand at the present time, espcially priced for this week @
only. i i i.l <iIKII *g,
Men’s Silk and Wool Hose 85c ®
The quality actually sold at SI.OO. •Medium weight silk and
wool in a good variety of styles.
Ladies’ $2.00 Silk and Wool Hose $1.69 |
These come in both black and mixed colors and are especially ®
priced for this week only.
Have a Pair of Ball Band Robbers Fitted on Each ®
Pair of Shoes. *
They protect the health, prevent cold, and save shoes. We have
them in many shapes and styles. Nine styles of rubbers for ladies' *9?
shoes, ten styles for men's shoes not including artics withfrom one S
to four buckles tor men, women and children. Rubber boots too
for all size feet, null Band rubbers arc reasonable in price and
the best quality rubber made. @
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