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Saturday, November 12, 1921.
BUSINESS POINTERS. Buy a new style Mallory Hat from Callahan, Pocomoke. Go to Noah Gunby’s for Edison machines and records. Special Sale of Overcoats and Sweaters at Callahan’s. Agency for all Butterick Patterns and fashions.—BENJ. GIVARZ. Buy your Ball brand Vac Boots from Callahan, Pocomoke. Agency for all W. B. Corsets. They are guaranteed.—BENJ. GIVARZ. Agency for American Lady Cor sets. There are no better. BENJAMIN GIVARZ. Records, rolls, sheet music. Full line of musical instruments. Pocomoke Musical Supply Co. Hemstitching promptly done at 12c per yard. Mrs. John H. Blades, 215 Walnut street, Pocomoke City, Md. WANTED—Special price on large young chickens, 4 pounds and up. B. F. Sturgis, 412 Clarke avenue, Phone 182-R. Shop as much as you will, you can not give a more Acceptable Gift than your Photograph. Sec HARRIS, Har ris Studio. Slack and screenings give perfect results when burned in Cole’s Hot Blast Heaters. Matthews & Lankford sell them. TURKEYS WANTED From the 14th on until Christmas Premium on chickens over 4 lbs Ask for prices. N. DAVIS & SONS. FOR RENT Four-room apart ment, with heat, water and lights. Nicely located. Apply to R. H. Cluff. Pocomoke City', Md. FOR SALE—An oak serving tabl , box couch, cedar lined, tapestry up holstered. Apply to MRS. H. S. SHERWOOD. TO LET 3 large communicating looms, with running water and other conveniences. Apply 706 Scconu street. WANTED—Fresh eggs and frying chickens in any quantity. Highest cash price. B. F. Sturgis, 412 Clarke avenue. Phone 182-R. Why pay 40c and 50c for other pat terns. Pictorial Review are the best and arc only 20c to 55c. None higher. T. F. HARGIS. WANTED Standing White and Black Gum, 60 to 70 feet long. R. C. PERDUE, Pocomoke City, Md. TO LET To Gentleman, nicely furnished room, with steam heat and bath. LEE BONNEVILLE, S-17-tf. 507 Market St. NOTICE— Get your house moved by the house mover, who has had 15 years experience in moving all size buildings. G. T. Groton. I’arksley, Va FOR SALE:—Selected White LEG HORN Cockcls from matings with 250 and better Trap Nest Egg rec - ords. $2.00 to $3.00 Clias. Quasi, Phone 161-F- 5 Snow Hll, Md., Route 4, Box 77. Don’t think that because the city market is low on live Fowl that 1 won’t pay you a good price for them, bring them in. I need them every week. B. F. Sturgis, 412 Clarke ave nue. Phone 182-R. FOR SALE—Seasoned Cedar Cy press fence posts and poles; all lengths from 5 to 40 feet. Also sand and gravel for concrete purposes. Apply to R. C. PERDUE, Aug-13tf. Pocomoke City, Md. REPAIRING—For Bicycle, Phono graph, Gun or anything that is out of order, call on Noah Gunb.v, corner of Fourth and Bank streets. Full line of Okeh and Emerson Phonograph rec ords always in stock. Can be used on any machine. WANTED Turkeys, Ducks and Geese for Thanksgiving, delivered from the 15th to 19th, inclusive. Try and let me know number you will l ave prior to this date if possible. B. F. Sturgis, 412 Clarke avenue, phone 182-R. FRESH SAUSAGE Hancoc’’s sausage has the true flavor. Mail from home grown hog meat, in a dean plant . You can’t go wrong with Hancock’s sausage and scrapple. Give them a trial. Telephone your Nov. 5-2 t. L. J. HANCOCK. NOTICE— Upholstering, cabinet work and furniture repaired. Picture and mirror frames, old mirrors re silvered, painting and paper hanging. Material furnished. 1 have moved my shop to rear of post office, adjoining Hargis’ Furniture Store. FOR SALE —Hous and Lot on Cedar street (between Second and Fourtn strees). Lot running 43 feet x 100 feet. House having six rooms (small size) in good condition. Very reason able price to quick buyer, with imme diate possession obtainable. Good lo- Nol° n 5-3t. C. W. MADDOX Whatever you need for your bicy cle I have. Also a varied line of new and second-hand wheels on hand to select from. Repairing promptly done at reasonable prices Agents for Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Bicycle Tires. Give us a call. _ __ C W. BUNTING & CO., 600 Clarke Ave. > EUGENE S. MADDOX < POCOMOKE CITY, MD. iOCAL HAPPENINGS. Mr W. E. Lankford, of Jessup, Md., was a visitor here this week. Mr. C. G. Dale, of Baltimore, was was a visitor in our town this week. Miss Annie Davis moved the past week from 705 Clarke avenue to 710 Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Matthews, of Temperanceville, Va., were in our town on Sunday last. Mrs. Clarence Duncar. entertained a lew' of her friends at her home near town on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mi's. George P. Selby, af- Itr a visit of several days to Balti more, are at their home on Walnut street. Dr. C. A Vcasey , of Spokane, Wash., is here for a week’s gunning tl ip as the guest of his father, Mr. T. J. Veasey. Mrs J. Milton Clogg entertained the afternoon bridge club and a num ber of her friends Tuesday afternoon of this week. Mrs. Thomas Pierson, of Pearis burg, Va., has returned to her home after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Allan Schoolfield. Mrs. T. D. Leps and son Robert, of Keyser, W. Va., is on a visit to her i other, Mrs. Hattie King, and her sister, Mrs. C. R Higgins. Mr. Charles Grande and daughter, Miss Bessie Grande left on Saturday for the Allegenhy mountains for a few week’s visit to Mr Grande’s sister, .Mrs. Thomas Lyons Our old friend Martin L. Landin' i nc of the employees at the Maryland House of Correction, was home on r i uesday last to cast his vote with the Democrats of old Worcester. The gunning season having opened many of our sportsmen have been out in the fields with gun and dog in quest of birds and rabbits. Wo are expect-1 ir.g to hear of some remarkable trips as the season grows older. Beginning November 13, the Rev. T. L. Scruggs will hold a two weeks’ revival meeting at Oak Grove Baptist Church with the help of his uncle, Dr. A A. Scruggs, of Hattersburg, Miss., and Rev. Melvin Morris, of Greens boro, Md. The weather man did us fine on election day but since that time wo have experienced days that have had just a little of the winter tinge about them. However, it is getting time for winter now and no one will be heard to complain. Rev Charles A. Hall, of Rio Vista, Va., will fill the pulpit at the Baptist church in this city both morning an 1 evening, Sunday November 13, and will also preach at Pitts’ Creek Bap list church in the afternoon at 5 j o'clock. The public invited. ! 1 Rev. Mr. Strausburg, pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church at Snow Ilill passed through our town on ! Tuesday last on his way to Haiti- j more to attend the Sunday School convention which has been in session I in that city the past week. Mr. J. Frank Mason,who has been residing on the farm on Market st., extended, known as the Elijah Hay man Farm, has sold the same and the past week moved with his family to | Salisbury. Sorry to part with these ! good people and wish them much success in their new home. Rev. Edward Daniel Stone will de li, er his famous address “The Living j Touch” at Bethany M. P. Church on | Monday November 14 at 7.30 P. M. j Lcn’t fail to hear this address. Dr.' Stone is the pastor and teacher of a ! great class of 1500 men. He is one J of the most successful pastors and ! loaders of men of the present day. Mr. James Small celebrated his fifty-third birthday on Sunday last. They had as their guests Mr. John Bull and family, Mr. Marion Lamb ertson and family, Mr. Jameg Lamb ertson of Cape Charles, Mr. George Pilchard and wife of near town, Mr. Russell Small and family and Mr. Edmond Evans, of Pocomoke City Rev G. H. Gilmer, D.D..L.L.D., Sup ointendent of Southern Home Mission Work, of Draper, Va., is in charge of vevival services which are being con ducted in the Rehoboth Presbyterian Church, Rehoboth, Md. These meet ings began last Sunday and will con tinue through the coming week. Rev. Kerman Bischof is the pastor and he reports much success. Revival services will begin to-mor row at Salem M. E. Church, Prof. Shaw, who comes very highly recom mended will have charge of the mu sic. He will organize a large chorus i choir, and also have an orchestra help l<>m. The pastor, E. W. McDowell, will be his own evangelist, but will have several of his brethren in the pastorate help him out. WORCESTER DEMOCRAT AND THE LEDGER-ENTERPRISE niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiii ! Winter Coats and Suits 3 For 66 years we (W. S. Dickinson & Son—T- F. Hargis) have sold dependable merchandise at the lowest possible prices. We are doing so now, and shall continue to do so. I THE CHOICEST GARMENTS OF THE I | SEASON ARE HERE Quite a few new models, representing j 1 the season’s best values, have been added to j 1 our present large assortment of ready-to-wear, j f OUR GARMENTS ARE ALL BEING j I OFFERED AT SALE PRICES ] SUITS AT $25.00, $29.50 | This includes an assortment of splendidly j I tailored garments cut on snappy lines which , I will make instant appeal to smart dressers. | $35. to $45. Values | SUITS AT $35., $39.50, $49.50 1 Includes garments worth $45 to $59.50. In 1 the lot are many distinctive models for the | more conservative dresser. 1 Materials are all wool and every | Garment is full silk lined E ■■■■■ | COATS AT $25.00 to $35.00 E * Come see this splendid line of winter | coats representing garments sold regularly | from $45.00 to $65.00 1 Why Pay $45 or SSO. For A Dress I When you can get one here just as smart, | just as good in every way at half the price? | HARGIS’ I TWO BIG STORES I POCOnOKE nil 1 ff WILLS AND EXECUTORS jj § i: . 5 < > EVERY WILL SHOULD NAME AN EXECUTOR < > 3 < > = 1 ! The proper execution of a will requires of the Executor: ,; s< > ; 3- > THAT HE BE HONEST J; El! I THAT HE BE WELL TRAINED IN ALL PHASES OF = !> BUSINESS. = !! THAT HE HAVE SOUND JUDGEMENT. > 3; ; THAT HE BE FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE !! 5' > THAT HE LIVE THROUGHOUT THE PERIOD OF HIS EXE- J \ E ! CUTORSHIP. . <> < > J • 3' > Seldom can an individual be found possessing all these re- J [ EJ J quirements The manifest conclusion is that you should appoint, < E< > not an individual as an executor or trustee, but this bank, an insti- > EJ J tution that does not die, composed of business specialist, trained in J [ 3], all phases of business as well as in the execution of wills, manage- < > 3< > ment of trusts and guardian of minors . J * 11| THE CITIZENS | NATIONAL BANK I 2 OF POCOMOKE CITY =:: :: 3 ~ E. J. Schooineld, President Colmore E. Byrd. Cashier < > 3 <► J. C. Stevenson, Trust OBlcer James P. Blaine. Jr., Teller 'J = :: 3 * COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT E I! SAVINGS DEPARTMENT o S ♦ TRUST DEPARTMENT < • E J INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT !! | iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimmimiimiiiiiiiimiiimmimiiiiiiimmmimiiimmiiimimiiiiiLL |i Good Insurance | II PROPERLY \ II WRITTEN I 11 H. Merrill Walters I Agent and Broker If POCOMOKE CITY, - - MD. | 11 mini mi mm | Three-Good ißules A YOUNG MAN who was dctorminch to = huihl up a Mius? little fovtuno decided to learn how others had solved the same problems that 3 confronted him. | E He found three things were necessary. = First—Of course he must learn to earn money j and the more he could earn the easier his suc cess would be. E I Second—He found that it was very important E i ,o learn to spend his money properly. It is E very easy to “blow in” all a man earns. Third—He found it was no trick to save mo"- 3 y if the first and second rules were observed. 3 Any one who knows how to earn money and E .-.pend it wisely will find a snug bank account E easily obtained. Try these rules for yourself. | POCOMOKE CITY NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve System POCOMOKE CITY, MD. The Only Bunk in the County With M JjJ Over $1,000,000 Resources Ij|j FRANCIS M. WILSON JOHN W ENNIS 7|| l Mn] President Cashier I ' || ~ %mmm CT 1 jl Sm lli)V I Patronize Our Advertisers HUM Page Seven