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Page B MELVIN JOHNSON, Inc., Publishers Saturday Morning, September 10,1938 IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL S UNDAY I CHOOL Lesson By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. 1 Dean of The Moody Bible Institute I ot Chicago. , © Western Newspaper Union. i Lesson for September 11 I SAUL: MORAL FAILURE LESSON TEXT--I Samuel 10:21-23; 15: SO-23; 31:3-0. GOLDEN TEXT--To obey U better tlian sacrifice. I Samuel 15:22. Moral failure is the direct result of disobedience to God. This follows from the fact that the moral order established in the universe was established by God. He, then,, is the One who knows the right way. "God is always right, and when we are against God, we are always wrong. To walk a road leading away from God is to travel straight to ruin, and this is what Saul did" (Wilbur M. Smith). The story of Saul's choice as king, his personal qualifications for leadership and his ultimate disgrace and death, is one that should give pause to every young man or woman who has been afflicted with present-day ideas that brilliance of mind, quickness of wit, and apparent worldly success, apart from obedient submission to God, are satisfactory ends in themselves. "There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death" (Prov. 16:25). I. "There Is None Like Him" (10: 21-25). Saul was chosen of God to be Israel's first king. God Himself had been their king, but they in their willful unbelief wanted to be like neighboring nations. And the choice of both God and the people fell on Saul, for there was "none like him among all the people." Never has a man been privileged to enter more auspiciously upon high office. Physically he was well- equipped, head and shoulders above 1 the people (10:23). Mentally he was fitted for leadership. He was humble (9:21). He was spiritually right (10:6-9). He had a tolerant and kindly spirit (11:13). He was a successful military leader (ch. 11). For two years all went well, but then came the crisis which proved that all was not as it should be, when Saul presumptuously took the place of Samuel as priest and made an offering (13:9-13). This was later followed by his disobedience in sparing Agag. II. "To Obey Is Better Than Sacrifice" (15:20-23). God had commanded that there must be utter destruction of the Amalekites and their possessions-something like the burning of a disease-infested house--a wiping out of a king and people who were condemned of God. We may not fully understand this act of God, but if we know Him we will not doubt that it was in accordance with His infinite wisdom and love. Saul chose to disobey, later contending that it was done because of the people, that sheep and oxen had been spared for a sacrifice to the Lord. Samuel cuts through his hypocrisy and declares that God wants obedience rather than sacrifice. This is a lesson that mapy who profess to follow the Lord have not learned. "All the sacrifices and ceremonies of religion are to aid and promote obedience, not to be a substitute for it. Disobedience can never be made a virtue, even though attended by thousands of sacrifices" (Stanley). The church or the individual who denies or disregards the teaching of God's Word and attempts to make up for it by sacrifices and ceremonies declares to the world that there has been a departure from true.faith in God. Obedience is a virtue all too rare. III. "The Battle Went Sore Against Saul" (31:3-6). This quotation from verse 3 relates to a particular battle, but it may well be applied to the entire battle of Saul's life. Having once begun the downward -path of presumption and disobedience, the descent became rapid. The man to whom God had given a new heart and upon whom He had poured out His Spirit fell to such a low state that we find him in I Samuel 28 consulting a witch, a spiritis- tic medium, seeking opportunity to speak with Samuel, who had already gone to his reward. Spiritism is an evil current in our day, and therefore it may be well to point out that while mediums do seem to have the power to simulate the dead, they bring this about through familiar spirits (I Sam. 28: ' 7), that is through communication with evil spirits. The dead do not actually return, but they are represented by demonic agents. When the witch of Endor called on her familiar spirit, God intervened and actually brought Samuel from the dead to the great surprise of the witch. No Christian should ever have anything to do with Spiritism. If he does he indicates that his spiritual life is at very low ebb and that he is in real soul-danger. · The death of Saul writes a tragic · end to a promising life, destroyed not so much by outside influences as by the moral decay within. The wise man said that as a man "think- eth in his heart so is he" (Prov. 23:7). It may not show today or tomorrow, but eventually the heart that is wrong leads, to a life that is -wrong. "Keep thy heart with all diligence: for out of it are the issues of life" (Prov. 4:23). Answer To Last Week's Cross Word Puzzle QffEB HDDE HE3HB QHI3E Myra pieads with "Uncle Jen," o-jmtt 01 tne circui, to ipare Alta, alter the elephant'! attack on "Silk" Fowler, ringmaiter. By ED WHEELAN I CANT UNDER STAHDlT, MYRA BUT ALTA SEEMS TO HAN/E SUDDENLY GONE BAP ON US : VOU KNOW ASvJELLASI DO y ^ THAT VJHEU A "BULL" STARTS TO GO AD.SHE MAV DEVELOP INTO A KILLER DAY [ KNOW;'UNCLE = ", 8UT NOT ALTA'. SHE'S THE BEST AJATORED ELEPHAHTlH I'VE KNCWN HER EVER SINCE I V/AS A BAV, ANP DURING ALUTHOSE VEARS THAT DAfpy WA«b HER TRAINER-, HE NEVER HAP ONE BIT OF TROUBLE H HER tf C r».t )·; M.i I GRANT THAT, DEAR. BUT LETS B W/ tlD ALTA ATTACK SILK" FONWLER IN THE RIMG- THIS BECAUSE," SILK' MUST HAVE DONE SOMETHING WEAN OR CRUEL To HER! SURE OF IT '.'.I UNCLE; SfffT 1 ,' EVEKl A GOOD "BOLL" VMILL NEVER FORGET AN INIURy OR AN Horlzontal. 1--Towboat 4--To purloin I--Brother of a rellgloui order 11--Rld**» IS--Insect 14--To imudre 18--WlngBd hone of classical myth IT--Oolf clubs II--dlrl'i formal Introduction to ·ocUty 19--To aver II--Man's pollt* title II--Inqutrei 14--Skyward J(--Railroad warehouse It--Every 31--Enclosed vehicle 3S--Bedding for horses J4--To deface It--First man, according to Bible »7--Ohio city 40--To exist 41--Minus 41--In between 45--Dish 46--Equals 48--Inclined 41--To hide II--Source 51--In behalf of S3--Overhanging part of a roof (4--To possess 55--Stratum B$--Lair · olatloB will appear IB »«t Inae. ' vertical. 1--Pinnacle 2--Employed 3--Type of plum (pi.) 6--Tight 8--Printing measures 7--Preposition I--Bits of wreckage floating on the ocean 8--Any of the letters of the alphabet formerly used by the Teu- tons 10--Land measures 12--Furious 14--Apparatus for stopping an automobile 16--Certain IT--Possessive Impersonal pronoun U--Sylvan deity, half man and half goat SO--Ancient Italian coin S3--To tear In pieces 25--Pillow 17---Any of the different aspects of anything 28--Kind of tree 80--Enclosed vehicle 13--Llghter-than-alr vehicle 36--Intended 88--Evil sign 39--Female child of a brother or sister 42--Salnte (abbr.) 44--Fear 46--Bow of a ship 46--Hole in the skin 47--To conserve 46--On behalf of 4»--Cotiuettlsh Eft--ROV'H nfima B8--Note of nrala THOMAS M. HARRNGTON and WILLIAM D. GOULD, 3rd., Solicitors ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE Farm Property Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a mortgage from John R. Holland and Mary E. Holland, his wife, dated September 1, 1934, and recorded among the Land Records of Caroline County, Maryland, in Liber T.C.H. No. 31, folio 438, which said mortgage was duly assigned to the undersigned Assignee for the purpose of foreclosure and collection, default having occurred therein, the said undersigned Assignee will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder in front of the Court House in Denton, Caroline County, Maryland, between the hours of 2 and 4 p. m. on TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1938 All that farm containing, according to survey, 224.15 acres, more or less, situate in the Fifth Election District of Caroline County, Maryland, on the county road leading from Fed- cralsburg to Bloomery Mills, about 3 miles North of Federalsburg. For more particular description of this farm reference is made to plat of survey recorded with the aforesaid mortgage. For source of title of said mortgagors see references contained in the said mortgage. This farm is suitable for cultivation with crops raised in this County and locality. There are 105 acres suitable for cultivation and the balance woodland. The property is improved by a frame dwelling, barn and other out buildings. TERMS OF SALE $500.00 cash will be required at time and place of gale, balance upon final ratification of sale by the Circuit Court of said County. Taxes and other charges adjusted to June 30, 1938. Deed and title papers at cost of purchaser. WILLLIAM D. GOULD, 3rd., Assignee. James Temple, Auctioneer. NOTICE TO CREDITORS This is to give notice that the subscriber, of Sussex county, Delaware has obtained from the Orphans' Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, letters of administration on the personal estate of OLLIE E. WRIGHT late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, on or before the 24th day of March, 193D, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of =aid estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under my hand this 6th day of September, 1938. EARL G. WRIGHT Administrator. Nomination Certificates Office of Supervisors of Elections, Denton, Md., August 31, 1938 In accordance with the Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland of 1912, the following persons have duly complied with the law by filing certificates for nomination with the Supervisors of Elections, on or before the 22nd day of August 1938, and there being no opposition before us to their candidacy and no contesting candidate for the office for which they desire to be nominated, it will not be necessary to vote for them in the Primary Election, and we hereby declare them NOMINATED by certificate. For Attorney General--Leo Weinberg, of Frederick county, Republican. For Comptroller of the Treasury-'William G. Jack, Cecil county, Republican. / For Clerk of the Court of Appeals --E. Ray Jones, of Garrett county, Republican. For Congress--T. Alan Goldsborough, of Caroline county, Democrat. For Associate Judge of the Second Judicial Circuit of Maryland--Thomas J. Keating, of Queen Anne's county, Democrat. For State Senate--Wilmcr Fell Davis, Republican. For House of Delegates--George A. McDaniel, Republican; Zeth Weaver, Republican. For Treasurer of Caroline County --J Virgil Moore, Republican. For Clerk of the Circuit Court-Sherman L. Tribbitt, Republican. For County Commissioners--Alvin Meredith, Republican; Luther T. Bennett, Republican; John T. Schmick, Republican. For State's Attorney--W. Hyland Van Sant, Republican; Layman J. Redden, Democrat. For Register of Wills--Russell W. Fluharty, Republican. For Judges of the Orphans' Court --Truman Richard, Republican; Samuel G. Bye, Republican; James A. Trazzarc, Republican. For Sheriff--Leon Todd, Republican. For Delegates to Democratic State Convention--John K. Lynch, Dawson 0. George, Thomas L. Trice Jr. For Republican State Central Committee--A. J. Mcssick, Sherman L. Tribbitt, John R. Mcekins, Mns. Frederick P. Roe, Mrs. Ethel Meredith, Rev. William Staten. For Delegates to Republican State Convention--Harold K. Shulta, Harry H. Nuttle, Norman Taylor. EDWARD W. LAPHAM, THEODORE F. SCHMICK, JACOB O. WILLIAMS, Supervisors of Elections for Caroline county, Maryland. RUSSELL W. FLUHARTY, Clerk. Administrator's Sale OF VALUABLE PERSONALTY The Administrator of John M. Wootcrs will on, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 1938 Commencing at 10 a. m. sharp, sell at public sale at the late home of John M. Wootcrs, located at the Md. and Del. line, on dirt road leading from Harrington to Denton, the following personal property, LIVE STOCK 1 Bay mule IB yean? old, 1 Bay mule 14 years old, 1 Black mule 1C years old. These mules will work anywhere. One Guernsey cow, 7 yrs. old; 1 Guernsey cow, G yn;. old; 1 Guernsey co\v, 3 yrs. old, will be fresh this month; 1 Guernsey heifer, 2 yrs. old, will be fresh this month. These cows are an accredited herd. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One 2-horse Hitch wagon, 1 dear- born, 1 No. 40 Oliver riding plow, 1 No. 13 Oliver walking plow, 1 1-horse South Bend plow, 1 riding cultivator, 2 walking cultivators, 1 land roller, 1 15-tooth i-pring harrow, 1 12-:tine Superior drill, 1 corn cutter, 1 hay rake, 1 hay rack, 1 single A drag, 1 50-tooth drag, set barn trucks, platform scales, horse clipper, grindstone, 1 hand corn planter, 2 sets leather harness, 1 set chain harness, 3 gets rope harness, collars and bridles, 2 3- horse trees, 2 cross-cut sawii, 2 hand saws, 1 milk can, 1 strainer, 1 milk bucket, hoes, forks, shovels and other things too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 4 bedroom suites, consisting of bedsteads, bedding, washstands, bureaus and rugs, 1 extension table, 6 dining room chairs, C stool chairs, 6 cane seated chairs, one 5 piece living room auit, 1 Organ, 1 Victrola and records, 1 Singer sewing machine, 2 set stoves, 1 Home Comfort cook stove, 1 writing desk, 1 couch, 2 drop-leaf tables, 1 antique sideboard, several rocking chairs, lot of glass and china ware, cooking utensils, window shades, lot pictures, mirrors, lamps, clocks, end other things too numerous to mention. This sale which represents the entire lot of personal property will take place rain or thine. TERMS OF SALE Cash on day of sale. PRATT WOOTERS Administrator. J. L. Stevens, Auctioneer. W A N T E D Deep Red California Wonder Peppers Can handle any amount, highest cash price paid on delivery J. R. EDDINGTON Federalsburg, Md. Order Nisi PHILLIP H. NOBLE and wife vs. ELI W. NOBLE, et nl. In the Circuit Court for Carolim County. Chy. No. 341D Ordered this 18th day of Augus 1038, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings made and reported by W. BREWSTER DEEN, Trustee be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereo be shown on or before the 20tl day of October next, provide( a copy of this order be printei in some newspaper printed and pub lishcd in Caroline county, once in each of four successive weeks before the 19th day of September next. The report states the amount o: sales to be $1900.00. T. CLAYTON 'HORSEY, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Caro line County. True Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONALTY Having decided to discontinu farming, I will , oil on the farm where 1 now reside, known as the B. F Greenlcc farm, which is 4 miles fron Denlon and 3 Vis miles from Greens boro, tin MONDAY, SEPT. 19, at 10 o'clock, the following property 1 pr. mules, 1 bay mure, 3 fresl cows, ages 2M to 8 years, 1 spring tooth, 1 corn planter, 1 mower, : iui'm wagon, 1 low wagon, 1 ha; rack, 1 tomnto rack, 3 walking cul tivators, 1 No. 11 Vhlcan plow, 1 1 hoive plow, 1 20-Olivcr riding plow 1 corn shollcr, 1 sleigh and bells, car riage pole, 3 sets rope harness, 2 sets chain harness, 3 collars, 3 bridles, : pr. double ruins, 3 bramble scythes 1 horse trough, 1 milk house 8x10, : milk stool, 2 milk ca.ni, 2 milk buck cts, 1 strainer, 3 i:hear poles, 1 too chest, 2 wire stretchers, 1 vise, crosscut saw, 2 feed boxes, 1 6-incl belt 38 ft long, 1 1«A inch belt 36 ft long-, 1 seed sower, lot of flukes am cultivator teeth, wedges, hinges, hoes forks, shovels, spades, bush axes, corn knives, lot of 2, 3, 4 horse trees breast yokes, clover and -oy bonn hay. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 3-piecc living room suite, prac tically new, dining room furnitur consisting of table, C chairs and buf fet, 2 kitchen cabinets, 1 Home Com fort Range, kitchen chairs, 1 cup board, 1 sewing machine, 2 set stoves 2 table-, 10 cane seated chairs, rockers, 2 matting rugs, 1 grass rug 2 9x12 linoleum rugs, 1 7x9 linoleum rug, 1 rug 9x12, lot of small rugs 1 Victrola and records, 3 stands, bedstead, 1 bureau, 1 3-pc. leathe living room suite, 1 wanning machin and wringer, 1 wash boiler, 1 lar press and grinder, ham boiler, 3 Ian pots, 1 food chopper, 1 ice clear freezer, lot of dishes, glasses, pots pans, fruit jars, butter churn, pic tures and many other articles to numerous to mention. TERMS CASH CLARENCE GREENLEE, Owner. John Stevens, Auctioneer. Order Nisi W. BREWSTER DEEM, Assignee vs. CLEMENT H. MELUNEY and wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. Chy. No. 3485 Ordered, thU 18th day of August 1938, that the sale of the property made 'and reported by W. BREWSTER DEEN, Assignee be ratified and confirmed miles.) cause to the contrary bo shown on or before the 20th day of October next; provided a copy 'of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once in each of four successive weeks before the 19th day of September, next. The report states the amount of sale to be $500.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Caroline County. True Copy, Test:-T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS This is to give notice that the subscriber, of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, has obtained from The Orphans' Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, letters testamentary on the personal estate of RUDOLPH M. TISMAR late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, on or before the 10th day of March 1033, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons ow- Our Business Has Been Built On Prompt And Courteous SERVICE Established Over 27 Years FuneralDirectors Phone 126 Denton, Md DR. E. F. WITHERS OSTEQPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 92 201 Franklin St., Denton, Md. . · A ing this estate are required to make j » prompt settlement. j Given under my hand this 19th day , of August, 1938. j TRADESMENS NATIONAL BANK' and TRUST COMPANY, i Executor. For Sale or Rent 7-room semi-bungalow, equipped with electricity and furnace in cellar; front and back porches; located at Oil City, near Denton. H. C. WRIGHT, 1-8-tf Denton, Md. ERNEST 6. COOPER .General Insurance The Oldest Established Agency On The Shore. For Rent CO-Acrc Farm, located near WilHs- ton. J. DeWEESE CARTER, (8-0-tf) Denton, Md. Notice to Taxpayers I WILL SIT FOR THE PURPOSE I OF COLLECTING TAXES on th following days and dates between th hours stated. Pederalsbarg, Saturday, September 3rd 1 p. m. till C p. m., Covey Williams Store. American Corner, Thursday, Sept. 8th 1 p. m. till 5:30 p. m., Sartain'a Store Greensboro, Saturday, September lOtb 1 p. m. til! 6:00 p. m., Fire House. Rldgely, Thursday, September 16th 1 p. m. till 5:30 p. m., Mitchell's Store Preston, Saturday, September 17th 1 p. m. till C p. m., Covey's Store. Hillsboro, Thursday, September 22nd 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Thompson's Hard ware Store. Henderson, Saturday, September 24th 1 p. m. till 5 p. m., J. C. Melvin'e Store. This office ·will be closed at 12 o'clock noon on the above dates SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT Treasurer of Caroline County Court's Notice (WILLIAM J. RICKARDS, Solicitor) STATE OF MARYLAND Vo. THE GOLDSBORO BANK In The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 2949 Chy. Upon the foregoing petition and affidavit, it is ORDERED this 16th day of August 1938, by the Circuit Courl for Caroline County, in Equity, and by the authority thereof, that Warren F. Sterling, Receiver of The Goldsboro Bank, be and he is hereby authorized and empowered to offer and sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, the various mortgages, notes, judgments, bills of sale and accounts, stocks and bonds, choscs in action or other evidence of indebtedness due said Bank, which mve not been paid, they to be offered first -- separately, then in jroups, nnd then as a whole, and to ?c sold to the best advantage, without recourse and without warranty of any kind or character, subject however to the confirmation of this Court, upon giving ten days previous notice of the time, place, manner and terms of sale by advertisement inserted once a week in each of two successive weeks, in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County, Maryland, in which said advertisement the character of assets to be offered shall be generally described and in addition there shall be made available at the Clerk's office in Denon and in the office of the Receiver and the office of his Attorney, a de- ailed list of the assets to be offered, n which list each asset shall be succinctly described but with sufficient detail to enable all interested persons to identify the debt or asset to be sold and ascertain the amount owing hercon at the day of sale. The eale o be subject to the usual order nisi or personal property. THOS. J. KEATING, 'rue Copy, Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. WANTED Good yellow corn. Higher cash irices paid. O. A. NEWTON SON CO., (7-9-tf) Phone 2651 Bridgeville, Del. Office of the Supervisors of Elections for Caroline County, Denton, Md., Augimt 31, 1938. Primary Election Notice To the Judges and Clerks of Election and Qualified Voters of Caroline county: Notice is hereby given that the Primary Election will be held in the several districts or precincts of Caroline county between the hours of seven (7) o'clock in the morning and seven (7) o'clock in the evening, on Monday, September 12th 1938. The places wherein euch election upon the date afore mentioned will be held in the respective districts or precincts are as follows: First Election District at HENDERSON; Second Election District at GREENSBORO; Third Election District- First Precinct at DENTON; Third Election District- Second Precinct at DENTON; Fourth Election District at PRESTON; Fifth Election District at FEDERALSBURG; Sixth Election District-First Precinct at HILLSBORO; Sixth Election District-Second Precinct at WEST DENTON; Seventh Election District at RIDGELY; Eighth Election District at AMERICAN CORNER. Said election will be held for the purpose of voting for the nomination of public officers as follows: DEMOCRATIC One person as Governor. One person as United States Senator. One person as Attorney General. One person as Comptroller of the Treasury. One person as Clerk of the Court of Appeals. One person as State Senator. Two persons as Delegates to the General Assembly. One person as County Treasurer. One person as Clerk of the Circuit Court. Three persona as County Commissioners. One person as Register of Wills. Three persons as Judges of the Orphans' Court. One person as Sheriff. Six persons as Members of State Central Committee. REPUBLICAN One person as Governor. One person as United States Senator. The return judges shall make their returns before twelve (12) o'clock noon the second day after the election, that is to say, before noon on Wednesday following the Monday of the election, in the manner prescribed by the law, to the Clerk of the Circuit Court, to the County Commissioners, to the Supervisors of Elections and to the Register of Wills of he county aforesaid. EDWARD W. LAPHAM, THEODORE F. SCHMICK, JACOB 0. WILLIAMS, Supervisors of Elections for Caroline county, Maryland. RUSSELL W. FLUHARTY, Clerk. Court's Notice To Creditors WESLEY E. THAWLEY W. BREWSTER DEEN, Assignees For Collection vs. JOHN H. JOHNS JOSEPHINE JOHNS, his wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity, No. 3478 Chy. Ordered, this 12th day of August, 1938, by the Circuit Court for Caro line County, in Equity, and by the authority of said Court, that the crcd itors of John H. Johns, late of Car olino County, deceased, and all per · ons who may be entitled to partic ipate in the distribution of surplus proceeds of sale remaining after satisfying- the mortgage under which the real estate of John H. Johns, de ccaaed, was sold, be, and ore hereby notified to file their claims with the Slerk of the Circuit Court for Caroine County, on or before the 12th day of October, next; provided a copy ol .his order be published in some weekly newspaper printed and published n Caroline County, Maryland, once n each of four successive weeks be- 'ire the 10th day of September, 1938 WM. MASON SHEHAN, Judge. True Copy, Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. ORDER NISI WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Assignee vs. FRED B. PICKERING and NELLIE W. PICKERING, his wife n the Circuit Court ' for Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3483 Chy. Ordered this 9th day of August, 938, that the sale of the prop- rty mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Assignee e ratified and confirmed unless cause o the contrary thereof be shown on or eforc the 13th day of October ext; provided, a copy of this order be nscrted in some newspaper printed nd published in Caroline County nee in each of four successive" weeks cfore the 12th day of September cxt. The report states the amount of ales to be $4500.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. rue Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Primrose Grill Tea Room Next to Miss Marshall's Beauty Parlor UENTON, MARYLAND Phone 2{0 Meals Sandwiches .Special Reservations for LUNCHEONS and PARTIES Open Saturday Nights ASS I FARM TIME BY "Deans Hardware Store? This is Jenkins. When my man comes in give him a plow point and a gallon of cylinder oil. 1 forgot to tell him." Sam Jenkins saves extra trips to town and keeps the work going by using his telephone and it costs only a few cents a day. T H E T E L E P H O N E C O M P A N Y : T Hp||§|i|||||jfpy[l|D|- A TEIEPHON E FLAVOR-TENDERNESS and in Here's a triple approved Ifcu that's bo Her in every way! Carefully selected according to Esskay's rigid requirements, then slowly smoked over fragrant hickory fires. Esskay Sugar Cured Smoked Hams arc iv.rro flavorful--more lender--and liave a plus quality found only in tl.e ESSKAY ham. QUALITY! Sugar Cured SMOKED HAH THE WM. SCHLUDKRUKIIG-T J. KUJIDLK CO. SAVE MONEY AND SEE EVERYTHING Be your own boss thia year! Co»« and go as--and when--you please tbu vacation... and don't miss out on any of the scenic spots. Buy » good used car at Preston Motor Co. and treat yourself to U»e vacation you've ever had. See these vacation specials I 1929 Chevrolet Fordor 1932 Chevrolet Coach 1934 Chevrolet Sedan 1936 Chevrolet Town Sedan 1932 4-cyl. Ford Tudor 1933 Ford V-8 Phaeton 1934 Ford V-8 Delux Tudor 1935 Ford V-8 Tudor 1937 FORD V-8 TUDOR 1938 Ford V-8 Tudor 1936 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan A large assortment of Good used $ 65.00 185.00 265.00 385.00 .165.00 165.00 265.00 295.00 495.00 585.00 695.00 Tracks Preston Motor Co, LANE BRAUCHLE Preston, Md. Phones: Day 16; Night 61

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