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THE GREATEST FARMER
IN THE WORLD
One-fourth of the wheat we grow is the result
of the researches of the Government. After
years of untiring experiment and investigation,
the Government, through the Department of Agricul
ture, was enabled to introduce into this country the
remarkable Durum wheat through which our produc
tion has been increased fully twenty-five per cent.
This has been only one of many surprising but little
known accomplishments of the Government, which
are covered in the interesting series of stories for
which we have the exclusive right of distribution in
this community.
We’ll send this literature to you each month without
obligation on your part if you will ask for it.
The Citizens National Bank
Pocomoke City, Md.
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•The new series, five-passenger
“Glenbrook” model is a six cylin
der gasoline car but it rides with
the smoothness of an electric.
The impulses merge into a con
tinuous flow of power that is
almost magic in its effect.
From 5 to 25 miles per hour in
9 seconds flat that is standard
performance, and a clear index
of giant energy.
Take just one ride. It will prove
a revelation so far as l xurious
ipotoring is concerned.
&Glej> brook ”G-48”FivePasaengerTouringCar $1770f.0.b. Detroit
Jtrdntare”6-42” Four Passenger Sport Model liMOf.o.b. Detroit
Lenox’*Q&42” Roadster Tuo Passenger .. . 1770f.0 b. Detroit
Coupe ”M 42” Four Passenger 8595f.0.b. Detroit
Sedan Five Passenger ........ 2645f.0.b. Detroit
M All models trill be exhibited at Auto -
M mobile Shows throughout the country
PAIGE-f>ETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT
Manufacturers of Paige Motor Care and Motor Trucks
Pocomoke City Garage
Phone 102-M.
Pocomoke City, Maryland
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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR. IH AMERICA
| Poultry and Eggs! |
Now is the time to bring in large
young chickens.—-I can use them S
H in any quantity. g
§ Special price on white and fancy ®
I fresh eggs. |
1 Also want young Guineas, lh lbs. $
S and up. Prices always top. g
1 B. F. Sturgis |
© Poultry and Egg Dealer £•&
Phone 182-R 412 Clarke Avenue
WORCESTER DEMOCRAT AND THE LEDGER-ENTERPRISE
WIFE CALLS THEM BRUTES
Mme. Lecolnte Objects to 80 Many
Women Kissing Victorious
French Flyer.
Etampes, France—The victory of
Sadi Lecolnte In the airplane races
for the Gordon Bennett cup was very
popular.
Every on© on the field, whether
American, British or French Joined In
cheering the winner.
One young woman, however, seated
In an open car alone, wore a dis
pleased expression on her pretty face.
She was Mine. Lecolnte.
Slightly 111, she had been unable to
Join In the crowds that mobbed her
victorious husband ns he landed, and
which was Impeding his progress to
ward the nutomohlle In which his wife
was seated. Mme. Lecointe grew
nngrler ns the moments passed.
"The brutes,” she exclaimed, point
ing to the surging crowd.
Six or seven women were trying to
kiss Sadi at the same time.
CENSUS TAKEN FOR JAP ARMY
Details Sought Form Part of Indus
trial Mobilization Plan, Claim
of Government.
Tokyo.—A result of the census taken
October 1, the figures of which have
not been announced, the government
has begun sending circulars through
out the country asking physicians, sur
geons, dentists, pharmacists, tailors,
blacksmiths and other persons whether
they would be willing serve in the
army in case of war.
Officials explain that the Information
is desired In connection with any pos
sible future mobilization. II is stated
here that the details sought form a
part of a general plan of Industrial
mobilization upon which the govern
ment has been working for years, and
- that It has organized a new national J
industrial census board to investigate j
mobilization possibilities In factories,
mines, railways and marine transport
systems.
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Spanish Coin of 1709
in Delaware Bay Fish |
Cape May, N. J. —Frank W.
Hughes of Cape May Point 1
caught a nine-pound weakfish in i
Delaware Bay. When he cleaned
the fish Hughes found in' it a j
Spanish coin dated 1709. It is
supposed that this came from
one of Ihe Spanish ships of that
time which was wrecked off the I
Delaware capes. Hughes was
accompanied when he caught
the fish by Horace Carson, who
some time ago found a pearl
valued at SOOO In a clam that
he caught off the Fishing Creek
clam beds.
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Cafe and
O pure
A complete food
for your hahy
when for
reason mothers
milk fails.
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EAGLE BRAND
Condensed Milk
) from your fertilizer will be greater
| if you use
\ ROYSTER’S
| TRADE HARM
1 "fr&kr 1
| RCGISTCRCO \ jj
The Fertilizer that made j
Fish Scrap Famous
E S. Royster Guano Co.
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Baltimore, Md. i
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FIND “PERISCOPE STOWAWAY”
Iron Pipe Gives Air to Man Hidden in
Coal Bunkers on Princess
Matoika.
New York. —Discovery of a "peri
scope stowaway” was reported by
Capt. Hubbard C. Fish of the Princess
Mntoika on arrival of the army trans
port here from Antwerp.
Prior to its departure the ship was
searched by Belgian officials for a
bank robber. The search failed to
bring him to light, but it did bring
from various portions of the ship 25
stowaways.
One was found hidden In the ship’s
bunkers buried from sight by coal. In
order to breathe lie had rigged up a
“periscope” in the form of a piece of
Iron pipe.
Six Hundred Dollars in One Chicken.
Davenport, la.—lt was a tedious
process for 11. L. Walbourne, a grocer
and butcher, to recover a lost diamond
valued at SGOO, for lie was unable to
tell which of his 150 chickens had
swallowed the gem. The diamond was
missing from his ring after he had
unloaded the chickens from crates and
placed them in a coop and lie sus
pected one of the fowls had eaten It.
He found tlie Jewel one day In the
gizzard of the fiftieth fowl lie slaugh
tered.
Lived Up to His Bargain.,
Wabash, Ind.—Two eight-year-old
girls entered a local shoe store and
told the clerk they wished to sing,
lie referred them to the manager and
he told (hem to go ahead. After sing
ing two songs each asked for a pni • of
shoes one exhibiting an advertisement
which rend: “These shoes will go for
u song." They got (he shoos.
" STOP THAT ACHE!
Don’t worry and complain about a
bad back. Get rid of that pain and
; lameness! Use Doan’s Kidney Pills
| Many Pocomoke City people have
used them and know how effective
they are. Ask your neighbor! Here’s
a Pooomoke City case.
Mrs. E. M. Hose, Second St., says.
“Last spiing I had an attack of back
ache. It bothered me mostly when 1
bent over and then straightened up.
I as sharp pains would dart through it. -
| My limbs ached in the joints and 1
| was very miserable. Whenever I am
: troubled that way I use Doan’s n.id
i ney Pills and they never fail to give
relief. I generally get this medicine
at Lloyd & Blaine’s Drug Store and
gladly recommend it.”
j 60c, at all dealer*.. Foster-Milburn
| Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
WATCH
j THE BIG 4
S tomach-Kidneys-Heart-Liver
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world’s stand
ard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles —
G^jglAL
The National Remedy of Holland for
centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilhel
mina. At all druggists, three sizes.
Lock for the name Gold Medal on every box
and accept no imitatice.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
V THE DIAMOND BRAN IP. A
@-:t\ Iradlcsl Aak your Druggist for/A
v'vUA 4-lil-ehen-ter • Dluinond RrundAp\A
IMIls in Red and Bold
boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon.
kw] Take no other. Buy of your V
nf Druggist- AskforClll-CUnCH-TERS
Jf DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for 25
fa years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable
r SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
A Bank Account Acts
Like a T onic I
Even a small deposit will make
you feel different. The thought
that you have something to draw
on in an emergency will put your
mind at ease. You’ll think better
—work better. Your ambition will
have a new impetus. You young 'f
men ought to know more about
this “invigorator.”
PObOMOKE CITY NATIONAL BANK j I
"A Good Bank To Grow Up In” jUU|
M. FRANCIS M. WILSON JOHN W. ENNIS M
Preiident Cashier
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Special-Six Coupe
There is a charm of good taste in
every feature of the SPECIAL
SIX Coupe. Soft carpeting, sub
dued harmony ot coloring in the
upholstery, inviting depth of cush
ions, completeness of appoint
ments —all offer an irresistible
appeal.
60-H. P. detachable-head motor: 119-inch wheel*
base. All Studebeker Car, are equipped with
Cord Tires another Studebaker precedent.
‘‘This is a Studebaker Year”
The Frmers and Merchants
Purchasing Corporation.
Pocomoke City, Maryland
HS-19
FOR THE BEST
lin Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, in Men’s, Women’s
77 1
i and Childrens Boots, Shoes
and Rubbers, go to
W. S. SCHOOLFIELD & CO.
GENERAL MERCHANTS.
Pocomoke City - Maryland.
Saturday, January 15, 1921.

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