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11-UMY AT MORGAN.
t[ ., v given by the young ' v Employees <>l Morgan Canning "*“■ (i jin- borne of Mr. anil -Mrs •rtf ii'J Paris, at Morgan, on the even el November Ist. An enjoyable was spent in (lancing, games ' . nll "sic. Uefreshments were serve.l !1 '"abundance and all voted the first “ nll ,i party of Morgan Canning Co. “ . tl success. The committee in ~| arrangements were Mrs. *elia C.osnell, Misses Mary Day and Vmoi l - 1 hose present were Mr. and ciiiiord Paris. Mr. and Mrs. At liiv:s. Mrs. Alberta Cosneil. ssis Nellie Clin, die Clin. Klla Margaret Leatherwood. : i igh. Mary Pay. Klsie Davis, ; iriii■ • Par is. Kthel Day. < '.oldie 11. Margaret Paris. Maud Davis, and Myrtle Pickett. Messrs. V nizzeli. Charles Cosneil. Harry e 11. Mehrle Morgan. Chas. Caiup- Keeler. Ralph Horsey. Carl ~ KTig. Tolly and Aaron Cartrell, e, |,.-atherwood. Samuel Leather- Weldon Cosm 11. Norman Clin. (j..tigh. William Hangli. Jerry Crane is Crimes. Edwin , ;]1 Davis. Owen Korvble. Vernon !uii|e Peter Porter. Kowmaii Ciinn. 11 civil. Howard Frizzell. Floyd ,n,- Karl Welch. Austin Haines. | ]., vv Miles. Alvin Hood. Paul Rig nlli. l.ealherrvood. .lames Piekell. I f- .•. Masters Raymond. Albert ,||il Cladvs Davis. m ittiiiu, nncins 1!,,,., who visited Mrs. Jane Tay ..imily Sunday were Mr. and i;n-sie Vockel. of Haltiiuore. . Annie Trsler. Master Cera Id .1 Raltimore: Miss Mary ,1!; ,in ~t Oakland: Miss Kmma own of Westminster, and Mr. and „ |;,.rije Taylor and son. I.ufher. I let lie) Heights, tind Mr. John ~,-p on! on. John, of Samlyville Tip. o,.rk left a line ha by girl at , i,.,me of Mr, and Mrs. James Shil w Stindav night. Roth mother and ip!liter are doing line. 11. Randolph Taylor spent Tue-- i ;,i Pie homes of Mrs. Jane Taylor tev l I. Masetnore and family. Mr I Mi- Randolph Taylor and Mrs. in II Parker, of Norristown. Pa., p. entertained Sunday bv Mr. and . ii car N Taylor, of Westminster ir William A. l.oekard and family I Mr ami Mrs. Randolph Taylor jl.il Mis Amanda l.oekard. of simile ter. Sunday afternoon. Ir Norris Taylor is confined to his tie with the crip. Ii Kii - ell has lust finished anoth llew hen house 2u by To feet. ,)r Nimrod Creen is shipping ali to New York City. ‘he I.adies’ Aid met at the home ol . 10-etdi P.anst Saturday afler iii with a good attendance.. Money ice i iefiin and cake Every one en t ed themselves, ‘valiiodistie services at the CllUfch Cod aie sij.M in progress. The in esl is good The attendance good o Wo are very glad to hear that mane voting boys and girls at" ing their hearts to the T,ord si ng. Mrs Parker certainly is ;• speaker Site is a trnlv tlevoled isi ~n woman In her own pecti wav -Me explains anil teaches the i. that ii! who hear her can tin gin I it. A cordial invitation i tended to all to come. Services li - ning prompt 1v at 7.20 each night ad,ir services next Lord's day a i.i not forget our Harvest Him" K uksgiving services which will I Snndav, November 2<l ted aP gieinbers be readv and doing and i in the fruits of the season. Am i- Pcii vou bring will be notice ••.! I,el us make it as attractive 1 and Mrs. T.ionel l.oekard and L-'o.-r visited Mrs. I.ockard’s Mi- Harry Viz. Tuesday after n IV ire verv thankful for the t l "' .i of i-iin we bad Mondav nl-bf I' ii.e-, the grain grow and look I VIMtOI I T(\ ■i \ ivc - in the Church ol Cod on nl.ij a- lollow.-: Sunday school at 1 .. m. Preaching at lo.la by Mrs ker ol Norristown. Pa. 1.. I 1., at lock, .luuior and Senior Cnristian i. iVor at !.3U p. in. and preaching v lev- at 7,dti. Mrs. Parker win o h again in the evening. A very Tili.i| invitation is extended to n -:> lootv io attend all these sen ice '. iinti'l tail lv> come out and liear Mrs Vuioi. Slie has brought woiiderlul ie..i”e-. evangelist :c services each Veiling next week except Saturday fin- meeting has been a woudertel tin ei - up io ibis time, being ten o nti-i' ...ii- up until Tuesday e\etiiiie Tin- Val was well attended at Mrs bi-i jili p,ansi's on Saturday. Over SDI t.i- taken in. The next meeting will In-id at tbi' home of Mrs. Jacob 1 aide. file Thanksgiving Harvest Horn ■'itlees wil be held in the Church o' ’•‘■it on November I’ll. Kaeb membe: "till tri- ml of the church and com mini.t\ are reiiuesled to bring some ti uig inward this Harvest Horae il i ikili.in \lso everybody is invited to in' present. Let us try to make ibis bie "best yet.” 1 oiigralulations to Mr. and Mrs. •kuues Shilling on the birth of a new daughter on Sunday evening. Quite a number of ourfolks atlend ‘■'l the parade in Westminster on Sun •l.iv. ilev Walek spoke in the Metho ■b-i Protestant Clmreh. Among the tunny good things he said, "Why not flake ii Sunday School day and have 'he ladies’ and children take part •dsn Who will second this motion?” lin le” Kimmey Kvans is still the sick. Clad to report that bn- other siek are improving. fin- families of Hr. C. Lewis Wetzel U"l c living Kroh. of Silver Run Raveling in Mr. Kroll's large tonring 'at. made a week’s end trip to Wash "'■'•mi. Alexandria and Ml. Vernon. M Ki lbaugh’s lumber sole, at l'n “•o Mills, last Saturday, the slab pile '"■tiiimieil ai over a hundred cords o '""I. was purchased by John W Wumberi for $204. IMOVIOWV g Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cookson enter g tained at dinner on last Wednesday - Mr. and Mrs. Kzra Smith, of Cham n bersburg; Mrs. Joseph Dingle, of Cas e cade; Mrs. Martha Singer and .Mrs s Maty C. Cookson. of Vniontown. d .Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Price sold then i household goods on 'Saturday. .Mr i. Price has gone to Park Hill to maki a his home with his daughter. Mrs . Ceorge Uostion. and Mrs. Price. Ii I Baltimore to make her home wit! their grandaughter, Mrs. Bernard Pin I ning. and family. Airs. Norman Myers and son. Billy i f New Windsor, visited her sister , Mrs. Frank Haines, the past week. Airs. Cummings, who has been vis iting in Baltimore for several weeks, . returned home on Saturday improved in health. Air. and Mrs. Kzra Smith, of Cham bershurg. visited Air. Smith's sister. Mrs. .Martha Singer, the past week. [ They were entertained at dinner by Air. and Mrs. B. ('. Cookson. Rev Nicholson, of Cambridge, who was with us for ten days, preached night after night, giving strong for cible sermons containing much food for thought. Airs. C. W, Baughman, of Philadel phia, spent the week's end with her daughter. Airs. H. I!. Fogle and fam ily. Prof Norman Kckard. of Baltimore, was the guest of his sister, .Miss Lau ra B. Kckard. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wann. of near Helair. are visiting Mrs Wann’s parents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shriner. i We wish Mr. and Mrs. Wanna happy journev through life. Mr. and Mrs. Roseoe Huhbs. of Han over. was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shriner. on Sun day. friends in I'non Bridge this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Burall visited their son in Westminster on Sunday. Rev .1. H. Dock, the news pastor of tlic Church of Cod. and his family, ar rived on Wednesday and were given a reception at the parsonage on Fri day. Unite a large number of mem bers were present to welcome the new pastor and his family. Mr and Airs B. L. Cookson were tile guests of Alt', and All's. John AI it ten. of Westminster, on Sunday. Pnionfown Lutheran pastorate. .1 Kdward Lowe. Jr., pastor Immanuel il’.austi Sunday school fi.2o a. in. Worship and sermon 1d.20 a. m. St. Paul's t I'niontown i Sunday school 0 20 a. m. C. K. 7.0 n p. m. Wor sliip and sermon 7.20 p. in. Alt. i'nion Sunday school 020 a. m. C. K. 7 n. m. I’niontown Circuit. Church of Cod. pastorate. J. 11. Hoke— Sunday school' 0.00 a. m Preaching service 1n.12 a m. Subject. "The Ark As a Type of Christ ” [’reaching service at Wakefield I THE Telephone Directory Goes to Press NOVEMBER 25 All Changes in or addition to list ings and advertisements must be in our hands before that dale. I The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company 0000000000000 I WANTED FOR CASH I 0. . * fa Good Milling Wheat and New Corn ■.* V 0 T ;■ # - - <* Fresh Home Ground Pure Winter Wheat •* 1 fa . i y.. Bran and Pure Winter Wheat # Middlings For Sale. (♦ §) (> '■ | The Malko Milling & Lifthtin? Co. | .i n.3.i Hampstead, Md. > 0000000000000 000000000000^ THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER H. 1!>22. Betiie! 2.30 p. 111. Evening preaching service at ! n iontown 7.20 p. m. Subject, ” I it' 'V Transfiguration." Come and hear tin >■ Co-pel. All welcome. SYKES* 11,1. K Mr. Karl Carter, who is employei ..* in Southern .Maryland on road con struction, received a broken arn ~ cranking an automoliile one day las 0 we '' k ' , ... i, Parent-Teacher Association was well attended last .Monday, at lugl school rooms. Tite number of iiigt school students, •>■, is very encoutag , ' ing. .Miss Mildred Potter, of Baltimore ._ spent the weeks end with her cousin Mrs. K. R. Bennett, Jr. j Quite a number from here went l< Westminster Sunday for tile Sunday school demonstration. Mr. and Airs. Frank Stulil and fain .' ily and Miss Helen Stevens, of Arbu ‘v ms. visited Air. and Airs. Harry Hes.-t Sunday Air. Walter Hawkins is moving lib family to Westminster. We are sorry ' to have Air. Hawkins leave our com -1 munitv A hunch of young men around her are having ti line time coon hunting. Air. It R. Bennett, Sr., went last week to visit his daughter. Aliss Kr nestine Bennett, who is a student a Lewishurg College, Va.. and Iron there he will go to White Sulphur Springs, where lie will take the hath f for his health. Airs. Beasman. mother of Mrs. Ai ' I lici t Hmlerar. died suddenly Saturday ‘ niglit at her son's lionie in Howard county. Mrs. Beasman was a resident of Sykesvilie a number of years. Site was buried in Springfield cemetery The largest crowd ever seen in Sy kesville came to the confirmation at tlic Catholic church Sunday afler l noon. Archbishop Curley was present and confirmed over eighty. Archhis r hop Curley anil party and Rev. \\m. .Milne were entertained at dinner at , Hie home of Kx-Senator Wade War field. Mrs. Jonathan Dorsey entertained tin- Woman's Auxiliary of Springfield Presbyterian Church last Thursday afternoon Ifenn' Davis and family have mir ed to Florida, where they will make their future home. 1 Special revival services are no v being held in the Methodist Church ai (blither Mrs. Kmma Heckman. o i Washington. D. C. a fine singer and young neople's worker, will he pres ent at all tiie services and assist. —— ■ \ S I'll Pit ISK Fill* MIL SIMI.I.IVL, \ verv pleasant surprise party was given Mr. Klias B. Shilling at IPs home, at Bird Hill. Friday evening. Mr. Shilling had retired for the even : ing when a number of automobile; j front Baltimore aroused bis slumber- md started festivities. Those present a- uere his daughter. Airs. Allie Collin.-. ie Mrs. Addie Buffington. Airs. Louisa ii Brattning. Airs. Tille Horsey. Mrs. Klta Waters. Ins sons. Charles and James, grandchildren. Harry anti Audrey May Collins. Anna. Ceorge. Catherine and Lucille Buffington. Titos. AI I Her. V\r- He Miller. Robert Walters and Robert Shilling, sons-in-law. Harry Col'.ins. 111 Ceorge Buffington. Alvie Brattning. s ' Chas. Dorsey. Ceorge Walters, other were Air. and Airs. Win. Davis, A 1 ’ 1 . IS and Airs L. W. Salfner. Mr. Tho-. Ale b Cnllongh. Air. Win. Ward. Alilton Zanf. John Walter Bull and Lawrence S-ilt ‘' m e KIMiSIU l!C 1. Tlie Ladies' Aid Society .net at tli*• o home of Airs. Win. on November v 2 with a good attenVnce and decided on plans for an oyster supper, wliic’i i- will lie on November is. in the base i- menl of the church. Hope all will c come tind lielp luing a basket of nice tilings for the supper. Supper from ' is until lit 2u p. in. y Finksburg was well represented in i- the Westfninster Billie class parade. Corn husking is -till going forward, some lias finished. The Ladies' Aid of Finksburg will it have its next meeting at Airs. Annie '- Shipley's. r Notice of Examination i] The State Employment Commission , of Mainland will hold an examination ~ at Westminster .Maryland, on Tues day, November 11. 1h22. for District Came Warden, Carroll Countv. start . inti salary si.on per annum. This ex aniiti.Cion is open to residents of Car t roll County only. Application blank and full particulars regarding the ex amination may he secured from the i State Employment Coininission. 22 Bight Street, Italtiutore. Maryland Calvei* 22im. noidt-k’t I In the Circuit t'enrl for Carroll County, 1 asirpe II lln,,yi fiien.l of Harry t, Keesr*. ■ vs. Harry I. tleese. I.imalie. Ordererl this I.ili .lay of ()cli,lio‘. A- If. Itrtll. that I lie arfount of I to* Auditor tiled in this ea.is,* Ire I’miiHy rat i iort and eoniirimsl. unless eause to 1 the eontrarv thereof he sturwn on or before the lath day of November, nest ; eroviiO-d a eupy of , this order hemserted for (no sneeessive weeks he -1 fore the last named day in some new|>al>er pllli - lisli.si in Carruii tsmntv. HI (WIN M. MKI.I.OU .Irh Clerk True I "opy. 'l‘est: oef'T :n HIIiVIN M. MKI.I.OU. Jr.. Clerk. TO CRLIMTORS. This i* to k:v<* not ire that the •uiacrih**r hn obtain**! frorr. th • Orphans* Court *f Carroll County. Maryland. Mlcra of AJministratinn on the I’ersonal Htatf *f T. KICK I) KOISVKKT. 1 late of Carrol! County, deceased. All persons huvinvr claims against the decea**l are hereby wurn**l t. exhibit the same, with the vuiicncrs thereof loyally uutheiitieuteii. to the subscriber on ..r liefttre the lltlh Jay *.f M:>. E*--’; they may Otherwise by law be excluded from all benebl of Maid eMlate. t hven under my hand this irth day of October I'.rrj. CRACK A. HOISVKKT. O t !(- It Aiimiuirtlatrix. 4470KQIITY. In I lie Cl r*n St Con rt for Carroll Couuty. m Kquilv. John Milton Ueil*>nider an.l others. Trustees, and riaiutitfs. vs, Mary Anna lleifsnider and others. Defendants. Ordered by the Circuit Court for Carroll Conn ty. sit i ini'as a Court of Kmiiiy. tin- mb day of Oct . in the year 1922. that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings. trade and i ported by John I. Keil'snider. .1 r.. ai.ti Ceoij'c K. (Jetir. surviving trustees under the last will and testament of John 1.. Kcifanider, deceased, be ml died and confirmed, unless cause to the con trary thereof tie shown on or before the iMitli day of November. li*22: pr\ ib*d a copy of this order iie inserted in some weekly newspaper published in Carrolly. county. once in eaeti el* litre** • ueeessive weeks before the 12th day of Noveni ber. I‘*22. 'flie report states the amount of sale to be ■Jl.t.UdO.O**. KDWIN M. M 101.1.01 t. Jr. Clerk. True Copv Test : KDWIN M. MK 1.1.0 R. Jr.. Clerk. ocl2o-11 In the Circuit Court for Carroll County, in Fquit y. Annie S. Sniillt. I’lanliff. vs Hattie K. Zile and oitiers. Defendants. Ordered, by the Circuit Court for Carroll Colin*\. hi It inyT as a Court of Fquity. this Ist day it November, in the year It *22. that the sale <.f the properties mentioned in these proceedings, made anl r*|rreii by Francis Neal I’arke and Ftlw ar d I*. Weant. Trustees, appointed by .* decree of this Court, to make said sale be rati , tied and confirmed unless c.iu** to the emit i ary j ihereof lie shown on or before the 11 1 day f De ' * eml*er, n 22. provided a copy l i I.is order be inserted in some newspaper published in Carroll County, in the State of Maryland, once in each ol three successive weeks before the .'.ibday of November, 11*22. The report states the amount of ‘-.ales to be 12.1 0 F.DWIN M. MKLI.OU, Jr.. Clerk. True Copy Test; mtvd-ll KDWIN M. MF.IJ-011.Jr.. Clerk. IN I III* ORPHANS’ COURT Ol CARROLL COUNTY. October Term. 11*22. F talc of Nimrod T. I Sen net J. Deceased. On application. it is i>rdered. tins 21th day of (let., 11*22. that tin* sale of real estate <f Naims! T Hennei t. lute of Carroll * ’ounty . deceased, mad.* bv Surah F. Dennett. Kxecutrix. of the lari Will and Testament of said deceased, and tins lav reported to tins Court by the said executrix, be rallied and continued unless cause be show n to the contrary on or before the 1 It h Monday, 27tb dav of November, next. prm id. 1 a copy of this order be inserted for three succes sive weeks in some newspaper printed and pub lished in Carroll County, before the 3rd Monday. _ 20th day of Novemlier. next. The report stales the amount of side to be sVot.m*. V THOMAS I IIA INFS. ) .1 WKHSTKK KBADCII. Judires. t) JOHN K. Mll.l.Kit. J*. True Copy, Test:— WILLIAM F HKICKF.It. nct27-!it Register of Wills for Carroll County. k: j|y 5401 r.QUITY. £•*' In the Circuit Court for Carroll County. Mary K. Slonesifer. widow et ak. IMaintitVs. \s Molly K Masenh. ino r tnec Kidder* and Inn* k } band. Defendants. K Ordered tins Ist day of November. A. I).. 11*22 by the Circuit Court for Carroll County, sitting C*. as u Court of Equity, that the sale of the prop *.* erty mentioned *n these proceedings. nia.le an. h\ reported by Ivan L. Hoff and Kdward o. Weant Trustees. appointed hy a decree ol this Cour 2 - -. ito mae said sale, beraiilied and eonlinn *.* eil, unless cause to the contrary thereof t•< Cv shown on or lefore the Ith day of Decent tier *■ next, provided a copy of this order he inserted .i ■;*., some newspaper published in Carroll Count y fL for three successive weeks previous to the 2'.tl day of November, mst. The report states the amount of sale to b 51.40U.U0. KDWIN M. MKI.LOIi. Jr . Clerk. •;*. J True Copy, Test; *,i novJ-41 EDWIN M. MELLOE, Jr.. Clerk. IM-KASVM’ vai.m v • ’ i Mr. Archie' Myers anil Mr. Elmer , Kindig wish ins to see the si.shts he low, took itn upward coarse in the . airplane last Sunday which was sta -1 tioned on the Shriver tarin. ncai Westminster. Mft. M. ers says it y. •:> t a nice ride and Viewed Pleasant Val ley. Frizellburs and the surrounding countrv. Mr. Ilenrv C. llelwiir. who had a light stroke of paralysis last Sunday, is somewhat bettor. The apple butter boiling season has rlosod ;m<l no more apple butter will be boiled this year. Mr. Kdward Zenp is improving bis property by adding an addition to it — ♦ mn ■ j As at* author, Mr. I lobonzolb rn is j a pretfv fair Kaiser New York Trib nne. # Honey Bees Wanted Will buy Bee* in any hind of Box Keg, Skcp or Hive Write me at once saying bow many you wdll sell. ROCKWARD NUSBAUM, Uniontown, /Vfd. rr.ar3i-t( i _ ri.iiMissioM-a:s’ mitice. Tito County Commissionors of Car ndi county will meet at their odlco, in Westminster, ivory Monday and Tuesday, for the transaction of liusl uess. By order, SAMT'EI- J. STONE, Clerk. DR. FAHRNEY [)l HIM ISTICI W Specialist in chronic diseases. I make slmly and licatmoiit <d' any kind of i!isi-.aso ilit* fani ■ ily !>octor is not ftiritiii. Toll r mo your irotildo and I'll (oil yon wltal is your disease and wlial eau Ito done for it. 11l send Idank and specimen ease. (Jive me your name. MD. DR. E. C. ROYER Chiropractor , Tuesdays and Saturdays Hours: 10-12 a. in. 1-4 p. in.') 17 Park Ave. Westminster, JVUI | 0. Sc C. Phone 10S-M. ept 10 j l 1 I - j Cider Making On Wednesdays, j . i VV'e have all preparations made to ac- ) commodate the public in making cider, j Our machinery is first-class in every par ticular for the business. Our operating day for the present | time will he Wednesday of each week. i ' JOSEPH D. WIMERT, HOWARD MARTIN, ■ Place of business Red Hill, Manchester aug 11 -lit State Road. ■ Money To Loan f . For first on tracts ol •> * acres or more I.MI’KtH KlI !• ARM LAND. 11. r. LOOKS, - auj'l-lyr Munsoy Lbl.i;'., Uallimorc. STOP, LOOK, LISTEN, then go to the Automobile Oarage cf JOHN E. ECKENRODE ai tlio old eslahllsiied Buggy and Palm 'i Shop, George and Id hefty streets, < *\ec.aninster, where you can get. first ■j class work. 1 have been in the busl i ness for thirty-live years and claim tu i- know when a job is up to standard. 1 ' have a painter tliat worked for Mc- KeneH’s Bros, of Washington, 1) G..and can give you lirst elass work. I paint automobiles and put on new tops and ' do repairing of all kind. I am still in ’he UPGIiV lIPSIXKSS. Glad to have you call and loot my work over. (Jeorge and liberty Streets, - WESTSINSTF.It, Ml). Phone l&M. FOR SALE n Fine Farm of acres. tinder cultivation. To acres in all kinds of e good timber, remainder in meadow rt land. Improvements; Six room frame !" Dwelling, Bank Barn and other neees j! 1 ! sary oulhiiildings. 1,1 Apply to l * J. 0. lil t klM.il \<l. Winfield, Aid. Address, Woodbine, Aid. Gains 15 Pounds And Feels Fine Bronchial Trouble and Dyspep sia Were Quickly Ended By Tanlac, Says Mrs. Leach ‘ I have just finished my third bottle of Tanlac and now (eel better than 1 have in years. I have gained nearly lilteen pounds and am still taking the medicine, for 1 want to get good and well,” said Mrs. Hannah I.each. 21*7” Pi nnsvivania Ave.. Baltimore. Aid. "For about two years 1 suffered with bronchial trouble, with terrible coughing spells tliat would almost smother me. My throat felt sore and rasped all the time and I was jusi constantly in misery. I !osi weight until 1 was a walking shadow and was so weak, pale and run down that the slightest effort would tire me out completely. "My stomach got It) he badly d;s ordered, and my lood would disagree with me and did me no good. I wa so unstrung and worried over m\ condition 1 spent many a night wiih iiilt getting even a single nap, and in the mornings was nearly always as tired and sluggish as when I wtiii to bed. A terrible pain between my shoulder blades added to my miseries and ii was just simply agony when I had one of my coughin' spells. "I tried several things recommend ed to me hut never go! any relief until I took Tanlac. 1 now feel si wonderfully improved I in>l i-an't say enough lor tills medicine. I have a - pleiidid appetite. : > li-'n ail m\ lood and il agrees with m ■ portedly. I am stronger and belter in ever', way. I Idess the day I goi Tanlac and I am more Ilian wining !o tell what a ha done for me." Tanlac is sold by all good drug gists. nnmi n i i Tin i; v\ mi 1:1 n m:i!\h i s i m; si \ n Tin's will he observed .is Home Mis sii.n 1 >.v mill the special item pres, nl <-ii will I'.' ih<‘ tall i ir support of .!,< Orphan Ilium l Heating IMmil. of Boys \ ill**. Bring your offerings on the l.ili I‘aslor will speak on Hotnn Mission Problems ;il 1n.30 mid "The people who know their ilod" ;ii 7." it. Blither League at tid'ai, Topii* (or dis> iissinn. “Meaning; of Church Mem bershin " Mr. Shaffer. of llaltiniore, is expected In assist at tills; meeting. Tim ripe Organ committee will re port and ask instructions from tin congrcgat ion. rx*x*xix<x*x*x*x^^ I FARMERS, LOOK! I v . E y I can supply your wants with cattle of all kinds. Rfl I can show you several hundred head at any lime K 50 such as M w Steers, Bulls,Heifers, Fresli Cows and Springers I A These cable will all be tested and a good LJ r Ar > Lfti y quality at the very lowest market price. I also gj y want your g] N FAT HOGS S A gi as I have orders for them now right along. SJ gj Being very busy with my farming and threshing ffl and a little later on hulling clover seed is the JSJ gj reason why I can’t come to see you all. so call rg gj to see me, or phone 82 l f-F6 Westminster, Md. g >0 Butchers, I can furnish you with your Fat Calile & A right along. Prices low. Sj | J. ELMER MYERS, | W W J kSi r- Westminster, Md. WHY BUY A NI:W HAT? >) 0 0 (♦) ’(if) We can make your old one 100 K LIKE NEW. (*} | SOFT AND STIFF HATS | i': (if) Cleaned and Rebloeked •:>) 0 | TONY CHRISSAF | Shoe Shine Parlor East Main Street 0000000000000 0000000000000 | Fire, Life and Accident Insurance of all Kinds I [♦j Having taken over ttie business of tlie late firm, we will eon finite at the former otlie.es on Kast Main Street, the Insurance business in all its lines and ask the patronage of all our former M dtj I’oliey holders and osiers who mav want to take insurance. S g' By giving strict attention to business we hope to receive and 4f continue your insurance as heretofore. Our companies are all fe? first-class mid we offer you rates as low as any other sound llnan- S cial Company can do. Respectfully yours for business. # S 3 JAMES E. SMITH & SON, * Westminster, aprU-tf Maryland. S IT PAYS TO The “.Movies” in Church. There are upwards of five thousand .churches in the I’nited States using "moving pictures,” and many more being added daily. True, they are sup posed to be pictures of the Holy Laud and scenes in the time of Christ here on earth. Those church members who, never attended a “moving pic ture” show in a parlor or theater, seeing that the “church” has decided to have them, may get a craving lor other movies, and will soon mingle with the world in going to see im moral and degrading moving-pictures even in theatres and moving-picture houses. And this new innovation in the church is expensive. Some of the church members must help to pay for it. A’j advertisement reads: “The Holy Bible in moving pictures re quired five years to produce, engaged Hie services of a complete staff of • lie world's experts in costumes, properties, historical accuracy. hud 'general research, and cost s:i.PitP.uiio We have r>2 subjects now. Rental price SIP a subject. If Christ were here on earth iu P-rson. perhaps he would drive the ■ Moui v changers" from the church Si Mark 11:15. I >esirahlc Residence, Store Stand, Merchandise and Equipment at Private Sale. The loir: established store of Hie lair Il.n d K Stem, al Sam's Creek. Carroll Bounty, including all goods and fixtures and the adjoining resi dence. ian he purchased al private tie of the Kxeeulor. This is one of Ho* most desirable business stands and residences in i a n oil County, equipped with a new Helen l.ight Sy leiu in bolli store ainl house. Here a successful general eoiinirv store was earried on for maliv years by David 10. Stem until his death, and since then the business has I a conducted wit lion I break and will now lie sold, residence and large store. ”1 feet by !•:* feet, with warehouse attached of 1” feet by SO feel; complete stock of merchandise and store fixtures, at private sale as a going, live business stand. Posses sion of entire properly will be given on April I. 1P2::. and of store earlier to suit purchaser. For prices and particulars inquire ' of .1, 10 /. It V ST KM, Fveeulitr. ioclß’-ts Westminster. .Mil.