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| AND SEE I I | The Mid-State Poultry Show I At The Armory, Westminster, Md., Nov. 14,15,16,17,18. ) | | Culling Demonstrations, Motion Pictures, A Number of Other Special Attractions, Educational Features Each $ Day and Night. CHILDREN’S DAY, FRIDAY, THE 17th. This Show will be a Real Treat to all Poultry Lovers. | |j * (Both Producers and Consumers.) | jil Meals will be served at all hours in the basement of the Armory I * Geo. Edw. Knox, Act. Mang. Dr. G. Lewis Wetzel, Chairman of Executive Com. I || j (| Ray Hook, Supi. Edgar C. Yingling, Treas. Herbert G. Mathias, Sec’y. || 1)00000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000>0000000000>00000000&£;* I CHICKEN WEEK IN WESTMINSTER TIIK MAIM I.AMI Mllt-SI V I K rol l. TIM MUM* OPENS \KXT IT KS IIAV ON Till; MAIN KI.OOK OK THK ARMORY. Everything is in readiness for t!u* opening of tin- Maryland Mid-State I’oultrv Show al the Suit' Armory. Westminster, next Tuesday morning. November 11, at 9 p. m. From that hour until closing time on Saturday night. November Is. there will he something doing every minute. The quality of the show, as indicated by the entries, is of the highest order. Especial interest will be attached to the Standard-Production Cla - which will be fudged by score card for both exhibition and utility qualities. All the popular ela-se- will present real competition In the Barred Ply mouth Kock clas.-es .Mr. (’. V Myers, of Hanover: Mr. A Levering, of Ifaltimore: Miss E S. (falhreath of Street, and others will battle for the honors. In the other It >ek classes both the Whites and Partridge varie ties have large representation. In the Wyandottes. the Whites, the Silver Laced and the Partridge classes are well filled. The Madison Square Har den winners of Mr. H. .1. Hunt, of Cheve Chase. Md.. in Partridge Wyan dottes. valued by their owner al more than ff.iiiiii. will he on exhibition and. will have eomnetilion. As usual the Rhode Island Reds will he out in force, the quality leaving nothing to be desired. There is going to be a surprise for the talent for there will be a real battle in the S. C. White Leghorn classes. The entries indicate that the quality of the specimens to he passed upon are above the ordinary. Resides the more popular varieties there will be found the old favorites of the show room. There is n tine dis play of Light Rrahmas. Orpingtons. La mpines. Cornish, and Silver Spang led Hambnrgs. as well as the little bantams Ducks. Turkeys and Oeese have also nlaees in Cue line up. Special arrangements have been made to make the fudging of the Standard-Production Class of as much benefit to visitors as possible. All specimens in this class will be scored for both exhibition and production mialilies by two different indues The judging in this class will begin Tues day aftern.an at 1 n. in. and he con tinued each afternoon until complet ed. Prof. Roy K. Jones, of Storrs. Conn., who has had considerable ex perience in handling classes of this kind, will assist Prof. Hov H. Waite, of the Maryland Agricultural College, in judging the nrodnction qualities of the specimens The regular exhibition judges will score them tor standard qoalifu ations. There will be culling demonstra tions each day of the show conducted ),c the pouluy specialists. Education .al meetings will also be held each day and on Thursday evening there will he a special moving picture shown :n Firemen’s Hall of more than a.mm feet of film showing uroner poultry methods and culture. Prof. Angel, of Chicago, will lecture on this occasion. Friday will he Children's Duv and the school children of the county will • he admitted free of charge. Titer ■ will he special guides to explain the different breeds and the Roy Scout.- •• will keen order. The Junior Exhibit of trios this rear will consist of more than oh entries from the club mem bers of Carroll county. DEATHS MchINNKY Charles T. McKinney died Novem ber llh at his home in Middlehurg. aged .">:! years, and 29 days. His death ’ was caused by his having been struck , h\ an auto and thrown Jo feet eatts ing injuries which terminated in ins death an hour and 15 minutes later. His funeral was held November Tlh at his home by R v Sadofsky. Inter ment in Methodist Cemetery. He is ’ survived by his wife and five chil dren: Mrs Charles Rowman. of Mid dlehurg. Mrs. Louise Bostian. of I.'n -1 ion Bridge: Miss Ooldie Mc Kinney, at ' home and Emory C. McKinney at home; also the following brothers and sisters: Mr William McKinney, of Baltimore; Mr. (lee. McKinney, of ' Leesburg. Va.: Mrs. Kdw. Jung, of . Hagerstown; Mrs I.ester Mickey, of ! Waynesboro; Mrs. Esterline, of t'n ion Bridge: Mrs. William Snider, of , near Harney: Mrs. James Coleman. ’ of Middleburg: Mrs. William Sheldon. of Fnunitshurg: also his father. Mr. ’ Joseph McKinney, of Hagerstown. C ' O. Fuss Ai- Son funeral directors. ORKIHKR :1 Annie E. (ireider. born in Lancaster e county. Pa.. July 29. Is’.L died at the 1 home of her son : n Hamilton. W. Va.. November 2, aged Ss years. month’s s and J davs. Mother (ireider was far a 15 long time a resident of Manchester • whert> her remains were brought for ■ interment. Rev. C. (1. Leatherman con ■ ducted the services. The deceased was ■“ the mother of seven children, five of f whom survive. There are 24 grand children. 114 great-grandchildren and 1 one in the fifth generation. The funeral services were eonduct -1 ed from the home of her daughter. ' Mrs. William Keek of near Manehes • ter. i BOI.IINCIR Harold Calvin, infant son of Mr. . and Mrs. Harry Bollinger, near Tan eytown. was accidentally shot on No . vember sth when two boys were hand s ling a shot gun. caused it to he dis charged. the shot striking him in the i leg and almost severing his leg from f his hodv. He was rushed to Frederick -i City Hospital but died enroute. He 1 was 4 rears, 9 months and 29 days old. Funeral services were held Novem ber Sth at Bausl church by bis pastor, i Rev Murray Ness. Interment in ad joining eenieterj THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10, 1922. He is survived by his parents and 1 two brothers and two sisters. Ralph, i Marie. Madeline and Amidee, all at i home; his grandmother. Mrs. Calvin Myerlv. of Frizellhurg. his grandfath f er. Mr Emanuel Bollinger, of C.len R. , k. Pa. C. O. Fuss A: Son funeral I directors. 1 ■ livsi; >i vn Mary Louise Baseman, aged so '■ears, wife of the late Oeorge W. Baseman, died at the home of her son. Robert Baseman, at Knollwood. AM Santrdav. Funeral services were he’d at the above residence Monday. The h. iiv was brought to Springfield cem etery. Sckcsville. for interment. le\ KIES l! Amelia C. DeVries. aged si years, k widow of John S. DeVries, died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Ca>ia s Herring at Sykesviile. Monday. Ftin r - services were held Wedie aiac - 1 t 2.:?U o. m. at Freedom Methodist ’"'Episcopal Church. Intermant in ad s joining cemetery. 1- i ( hi:if t ( Mi-- \ ira K ker. of New Windsor, received a t -legram Sunday. October 2a. of the death at Vinton. Louisiana. l( l if their brother. John Eeker. who had lt - no; been wed I for some time. Mr. Eck ,, er was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Solomon S Eeker. near New Windsor. He is survived by his wife and sever , ai children, also by the following brothers and sisters: Samuel, of Tex r’ias; Edward, of Illinois; Isaac, of Vin ."ion. La ■ Preston P.. of Waynesboro. Pa.: Mrs, Mollie Haines, of Linwood. Md.: Misses Nora. Hattie, and Helen Eeker. New Win! or, and Mrs. (!. L. Hume. Suffolk. Va. r 1.11,1.11.\\ Mrs. Etta S. Oillelan. wife of Mor -1 ris Oillelan. Emitsburg merehtint. I died tit the Frederick City Hospital following an operation. Funeral ser " vices were belli at the home with ser * mon hv the Rev. William Charles Day. pastor of the Lutheran Church, of " which Mrs. Oillelan was a member. * Mrs. Oillelan was a native of Em mitslmrg. She is survived hv her has-, band, one son. Robert Oillelan. and a ’ daughter. Mrs M. F. Shuff. Jr., both of Fmmitshurg. II I HI! TON Maw Jane Hamilton, daughter of ‘ the late Talbot and Elizabeth Hami!- ■ ton. died at the residence of Obadiah ' Buckingham, near Oamher. Friday. ‘ November J, aged 7d years. Services l * in charge of Rev. John Fields were II held Sunday sth at 12 JO p. m. at Mt. ' Pleasant Church. oamber, and inter o ment made ; n Mt. Pleasant cemetery. '■ The pallbearers were Ce o—e C. Knox. - 'iiln F Soeneer. Ceorge T Oersoeh ■ William F. Edmondson. Robert Fl.ohi and '.Villiam N. Sham k F. A. Shnr ir.-r .v slop funeral direi tot I . BULK Maurice H. Da tic ili< ! at lii;- home, near New Windsor. Saturday. Novem ber 4. at 5.15 p. m., aped years. 11 months and 2n days. He was the be loved husband of Mrs. Ethel 1-. Haile, t.nee Farvei i and sin of Mr. and Mr- Joseph D. Haile, of near New Wind sor. He is survived by his wife and b ur children and his parents, Mr. ano Mrs. Joseph 1). Haile, seven brothers and three sisters. Messrs. Harry. Frank and Jesse Haile, of Hanover. Charles Haile. Washington, I). ('.; Sterling Haile, AVestmnisler; Wallet Haile. Oak Orchard: tiny Haile. New Windsor: Mrs. Marquile. Hanover, la: Mrs. Lewis Orton and Mrs. Jesse Wetzel, near New Windsor. Aid. Fun eral services were held Tuesday. No vember 7th at 2.20 o’elock. p. m. at Bethel Methodist Kpiscopal Church. Sam s Creek. Kider IX K. Engiar. olli ciating. assister by K>v. Handle. The funeral was largely attended. He was a member of i. O. O. F. and Jr. O. F. A. M. Lodges, which orders conducted -■ r vices at tbe grave. I’a II bearers were Messrs. Chester Nusbaum. Huy Carlisle. Merton Engle. Hobert Mil ler. Chester Hoone and C'-orge Devii biss. Interment in adjoining cemetery, c \\ Waltz funeral director. I.KKSK George W. Leese died very suddenly at his residence on Thursday. Novem ber !X aged 26 years. 1 month and 11 days. He is survived by his widow and two small children. Esther Larue and Russell William: his mol her, Mrs. John Leese. two sisters, Sadie L. Leese and Mrs. Howard Baughman, three brothers. Robert T.. this city; Charles IL. near Pleasant Valley, and Roy ,) Leese. Hond street: a!s-> sur vive. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p. m.. after meeting at the home at 1 p. m.. at St. John’s Lutheran church, conducted liy Rev. .1. F I>. Bnwersox. Interment in the ad joining cemetery. Pallbearers will be Sterling Mathias. Herring Hr w—.. Clarence Lepna. Harrie Higgard. I.e rov Hunt and Charles Hunter. F. A. Sharror & Son funeral directors. \ itK vm xvs VICTIMs. The follow ing Carroll county people have been fleeced out of their money through the slick dealings of F. M. Young’s Blind Pool scheme. Delhi A. Armacost. Hampstead SL OOP Marv I* Armacost. Hampstead .SSOO. Mrs. M t:. Briscoe. Westminster. sloo (luv W. t uple. Finksburg. $t!oo. Mrs. Joseph L, Knglar. New Wind sor. SIOOO, Mrs. Marion Conover. Harney. SSOO. Elizabeth A. Derr. Hampstead. SSOO. Airs. .1. Clement Clark. Sykesville. sfioo T II Hill. Hampstead. Sfioft, Young’s liabilities are nut :it 65'5.644.24 and his assetts $17(1,27:1.12. There are r.l:t;! names creditors list. When Ihev vote- on the projected bill to legalize beer and wine, theta won't be a dry aye in the House.— Norfolk Vireinian Pilot PUBLIC SALE 1 The undersigned will sell at Public Sale where she resides, on road lead ing to Hare Mount School House to Mayberrv. and I 1 - miles from May berrv, on 1 i FRIDAY. NOV KM BK K 21. 15122. . at 11 a. m., the following articles: Cook stove, chunk stove coal stove. ! kitchen table, leaf table, sink, corner v cupboard. :> bed steads, sewing ma chines. chairs, kitchen chairs. 2 rock . crs. empty jars, empty crocks, lot of dishes, jarred fruit 5 gal. jar. buckets. . pans, clock, lamps, sad irons. 10 yds , new rag carpet, other carpet, baskets, bedding knives, forks and spoons, jel . lies, lot of sacks, lot of harness, cheel: . lines, single lines, walnut log. chick ; on coons, iron kettle and ring, pair geese, pigeons, beehive, cutting box. 1 horse, row. 2 hogs, good I-horse wag , on, good buggy, runabout, 1 16-tooth wood frame harow. good as new: . Oliver Chilled plow, No. 4u; spike . harrow, shovel ploy, corn plow, dung sled, wagon poll for 1-horse wagon, corn planter, forks, shovels, single and double trees, breast chains, log chains, cow chains, standard chains, other chains, wrenches, digging iron, lot of chestnut shingles, lun posts. - boards, axes, pointing axe. uost iron. 1 morticing axes, mattock, hoes, rakes. I lot of old iron, feed chest, barrels and I I meat benches. Terms of Sale: All sums of $5. cash; on all sums above $5 a credit, of 4 months will be given on note I with approved security, bearing in - terest from day of sale. Hits. ALBERT 1.. W AM /.. novlu-!it TO CREDITORS. This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Carroll Coun ty m Maryland. letters of Administration on the personal Estate of JAMES FERRIER. late of Carroll county, deceased. All persons bavin? claims against tht deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 10th day of June. 192;?. they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this o|h day of Novem ber. 1922. JOHN E. MASENHIMER. novKMt Administrator. FOR SALE A Reed Baby Carriage, good as new. MR. CLAUDE RYLAND, Carroll Street, Westminster, Md. LOST LOST On Tuesday. October 24. on Washington Road, between Morgan's Hun and Plate road, crank to Over land Touring Car. Finder please re turn to ADVOCATE OFFICE. p Town Properties For Sale. 1 1 - y 1, room name house, large lot ami outbuildings. 1 1 suit purchaser. SI7OO. k I fW > (i room frame house, U aere ground; ample outhmlditm- ■ fij session April Ist. 1923. |IMH 0 ■ CS 3. t: room frame house on Main Street in good location. -• ■xl M on side. Possession April Ist. 1923. A ■ [s2] 4 7 room frame house, poultry house and hog house, a'a O ■ : M and fine shade. Bath room and furnace. Possession -tvs. ® 5. rooms and hath, wired for electricity and huill less a'■ A I months. Owner must sell and sacrifices his nronertv w i l "' * I . session at once. S2NOU. f I 6. 7 HMiin frame house ihungaUnv style* with turnaee ;ui Lj ■ in house, garage, poultry and hog houses all in very good v (, n- k I Odition. Possession 60 days. 3 I T. I houses- 2 double houses each. For an investment tit host H I proposition on our list. Recently painted, with metal rent, hh large lot adjoining that goes with the property and stable. 3 Price only $3500. 3 A' s. 7 room frame house on K. .Main Street, in good location. ' ■ electric lights and all conveniences. Possession April Ist. 1 W O Price $3500. !t. 7 room brick house on (Ireen Street, about 7a feel Iron; t" 'it alley. In good condition and well worth $3500. ft 10. Double frame house with slate roof, large lot tront and r.-a B renting for sis each side a month, iind a good investment gj Only s3soo. fj 11. 7 room concrete house in very good condition in location t if g will he the best in Westminster Price S4OOO. 0 Aj 12. 7 room frame house on Bond Street with all modern eonv*^ yy ienee. Possession April Ist. 1923. Price $4500. j , 13. 7 room brick house on Green Street, with all convenieti s, large lot and plenty outbuildings. Poss. 30-60 days. Price $ jj cW 11. Double brick house in good location: suitable to be sold septtr- SS ately and worth the price asked. Poss. April Ist, 1923. Price H 1 gs SSOOO. J ffij 15. 3 brick houses in good condition. Can he bought as a whole jQ for SSOOO. or separately at S2OOO. ft fel Itl. Ideal located home in tine location with all modern convert- J® iences. One of the best constructed houses in Westminster. Possession to suit purchaser Price $6500. ft rWj Don’t wait Mr. Prospective Buver until Ajtril Ist and then 5} start to look around. Do it now. Ig H WESTMINSTER REALTY & INSURANCE CO. I A & g CARROLL L. CRAWFORD. Owner. S Phone 293 Times Building Westminster, Maryland | : : Mafre the family happy this Christmas, give $ £;. a PHOTOGRAPH of yourself. Sit now, §? ;£ before we gef rushed. $ | WILSON STUDIO, | |) WESTMINSTER, MD. f ;*■£': novlO-3t ® ----—" 1 ! - ADVERTISE WITH US.