DENTON JOURNAL Page 4 JfELVIN ft JOHNSON, Publishers Saturday Morning, September 17, 1938 'IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Lesson olChlcajo. i Â© Western Newspaper Union. \ Lesson for September 18 JONATHAN: COURAGEOUS FRIENDSHIP a. Prince TOPIC- Tbe Cost ol Being a Friend. Without question, the most precious possession any man or woman has (apart from his fellowship with SÂ£l if he is a Christian, and the love of his own family) is friend- 35. Il.is the flower that btoomi b7 the side of the nigged pathway of life. Like many flowers, some friendships need to be cultivated By ED WHEELAN Â·^Â·^M..B TIMER Â° S^e the condemned elephant anothej 1 Ban**- e '' ?t!I 8Wner - MEANWHIlE, THE RINGMASTER HAt SOU6HT OUT "speEt- JACKSON - AH'M _ BUT MISTAH'SILK DOME 5 AV MO VsfATAH TO' VO' " _ SURE SHE'LL BE ALL RIGHT.'UNCLE 3EPF"-- I'LL. HAVE A LYTTLE VDU." SPEED". OR VOU'LL E LOOKING TOR A NEW JOB TOMORROW tPHELANT AM THIRSTY " that the love of - a woman for another woman is a beautifuT thing, the love of a man for a woman an even more : devo ed and precious thing, but that the bond of love between man and man surpasses all in its strength and glory. Some might question such a statement, and yet it is true that between man and man tnere is the possibility of the highest type of friendship. David and Jonathan etand at the head of an inspiring list of men who loved each other with their whole souls. The lesson for today calls for a careful reading of the incidents in the life of Jonathan and David recorded in I Samuel, chapters 14, 18, 19, and 20, as well as the first chapter of II Samuel. It is a story which will richly reward a careful reading. Considering the printed portion in the light of this background we note six things that characterized this, great friendship. I. Cultivated (v. 4). Friendships must be "kept in repair." Foolish and almost wicked is that man who by boorishly offending his fellowmen, or by neglecting the thoughtful words and acts that cultivate friendship, drives men away from him. "He that hath friends must show himself friendly" (Prov. 18:24). Consider the admonition of our Lord in Luke 16:8, 9, where he urges the righteous use of even our worldiy possessions to cultivate eternal friendships. Read what Jonathan did in I Sam. 18:3-5, only one of his many loving Â· and thoughtful acts. n. Courteous (v. 8). David asked that Jonathan deal kindly jvith him, and the entire story reveals that he did just that, always. More friendships are wrecked on the rocks of little discourtesies than in almost any other way. We live in an age which affects an outward veneer of culture but which is at heart often thoughtless and unkind. Let Christian men and women be courteous. They should be as followers of the gentle Jesus, and it will bring them countless friends. HI. Candid (v. 9). Friendships that last must be built on absolute candor, not the kind that delights in telling an unpleasant truth, but one which speaks the truth in love. Jonathan told David the truth. IV. Courageous (w. 12, 13). Jonathan was such a faithful son that when the time of parting came he stayed with his wicked father rather than go with David, whom he loved. But he was true to David even though he knew it would incur the wrath of his father if that friend- chip became known. Things that cost us nothing are usually "worth it." Real friendship calls for sacrifice, standing by in the night hours, sharing burdens, loyal even though others may condemn us for it. V. Covenant Keeping (w. 16, 17). Covenants entered into by solemn treaties in our time are soon discarded as "scraps of paper." People make promises to one another that they never intend to fulfill. Jonathan and David made a covenant and kept it. True friends do not violate their loving agreements. This matter of trickery and falsehood in life and business is one that deeply troubles the writer of these notes. He sees unmistakable evidence that this perverse spirit has come into the precincts of the church itself. We should have a revival of honesty in office, home, state, and church. VI. Complete (v. 17). "He loved him as he loved his own soul" -- such a friend was Jonathan. His devotion to David had no qualifying "strings" on it. He was not seeking something for himself. The closest he came to that was to bring his children into the covenant with David (v. 15), and who could question the propriety of euch devotion between true friends? He saw that David was to supplant Saul as king, and in the face of his own interest as Saul's son, he put David forward. Friendship is akin to our relationship to God in that it calls for a complete giving of ourselves, if we are to be true friends. This does not mean that individuality is lost, os special interests and abilities destroyed, but it does mean a whole- souled desire for our friend's welfare, and a complete devotion of our all to his good. Answer To Last Week's Cross Word Puzzle SEL:^ ana SHEH BIG TOP AIL RIGHT. WVfWx. VOUi WlH F ALTA E.BHIAVES HERSELF S THE R1N.TOM\GHT I'LL OVERLOOK HER ATTACK ON "SILK" AFTER NOOM 19ZB, Weitsrn NwÂ»pÂ»pÂ»r Union.) Primrose Grill Tea Room Next to Miss Marshall's Beauty Parlor DENTON, MARYLAND Phone 240 Meals Sandwiches Special Reservations for LUNCHEONS and PARTIES Open Saturday Nights Horizontal. 1--To woo 8--Garment for the upper part ol the body 10--Land measure 11--To assist IS--Passageways 14--Bun god IB--Business Intrusted to a messenger (plural) 17--Consumed 19--Uncanny 10--To prohibit Â«HRelated JI-Bronz* 25--Cooklrvg dishes 26--Kingdom 28--An abrasive 30--Marble (colloquial) 31 Torn cloth IZ--Poetry 31--Mohammedanism 36--Numerous 87--To hanr behind JB--Kingdom of southeast Asia II--Insect It--Cries of distress It.w.polnt of the compass 46--To express Borrow 47--Southern state (abbr.) g_Announcement Intended to Tool the public 51--Cereal 52--Light (nbbr.) y--perceived by the ear 51--Leaves of a book Vertical. 1--Measure of gold t--Speaker 8--Girl's name 4--Rubber casing E--Having great horizontal extent 8--Donkey 7--Assimilated form of "In," mean- Ing "not" 8--Point of compass 9--Former Russian rulers 12--Vision 13--Plant of the celery family IS--Part of "to be" lg--One of the constituent parti of anything 20--Somothln? bought cheaply 2i some 23--Creamery SB--Sounds of bells 27--Pounds (abbr.) 29--Married woman's title 32 Large moving vehicle 33--African antelope 31--Eskimo house 55--To bruise with repented strokes 36--Month early In the year 38--To assist 10--Flesh of animal (pi.) |Z--Combination of letters 4!--Blow with hand IB--Vehicle i6--Greek letter 49--Of age (abbr,) 50--Continent of western hemisphere (abbr.) Annapolis - Matapeake j Romancoke - Claiborne Ferries FALL WINTER SCHEDULE-1938 Effective September 20, 1938 DAILY AND SUNDAY (Eastern Standard Time) BETWEEN ANNAPOLIS AND MATAPEAKE Leave Annapolis Leave Matnpcnke 7:25 a,in 7:26 a.m. *8:QQ ft. m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 o,ra. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. ,' *H:00 a.m. 12:00 noon 12:00 noon 1:00 p. m, 1:00 p.m. e3:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. ' c3:00 p.m. 4:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m *G:00 p. m. 5:00 p.m. C:00 p.m. Â· 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p. m. *8:00 p. m. Â·Denotes bus connections via Mnta- peakc, Romancoke Rnd Claiborne. (c) Denotes bus connections via Matapeako only. BETWEEN ROMANCOKE AND CLAIBOKNE Leave Romnncoke Leave Claiborne +*9:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Â»*10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. **G:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p. m. **7:00 p. m. NOTE: "'Denotes pedestrians will be transported by motor coach between Mutapeake and Romancoke and RomancokG and Matnpeake on these trips only. THE CLAIBORNE-ANNAPOLIS FERRY COMPANY, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONALTY Having decided to discontinue farming, I will i ell on the form where I now reside, known us the B. F. Grccnlce farm, which in 4 miles from Dcnton and 3% miles from Greensboro, on MONDAY, SEPT. 19, at 10 o'clock, the following property: 1 pr. mules, 1 bay mare, 3 fresh cows, ages 2Â»/4 to 8 years, 1 spring tooth, 1 corn planter, 1 mower, 1 farm wagon, 1 low wagon, 1, hay ruck, 1 tomato rack, 3 walking cultivators, 1 No. 11 Vulcan plow, 1 1- horse plow, 1 20-Oliver riding plow, 1 corn sheller, 1 sleigh and bells, carriage pole, 3 sets rope harness, 2 sets chain harness, 3 collars, 3 bridles, 1 pr. double reins, 3 bramble scythes, 1 horse trough, 1 milk house 8x10, 1 milk stool, 2 milk cans, 2 milk buckets, 1 strainer, 3 shear poles, 1 tool chest, 2 wire stretchers, 1 vise, 1 crosscut saw, 2 feed boxes, 1 6-inch belt 38 ft long, 11% inch belt 36 ft. long, 1 seed sower, lot of flukes and cultivator teeth, wedges, hinges, hoes, forks, shovels, spades, bush axes, corn knives, lot of 2, 3, 4 horse trees, breast yokes, clover and soy bean hay. HOUSEHOLD GOODS flotation will annwir In next lÂ«Â»ge. "iK- BE BEAUTIFUL IN FALL HAIRDOS The season is a new, gay, colorful one. It brings thrilling sports, dancing hours and joyful "dates" to a fever pitch ...it is a season that requires full attention to beauty requirements. Be sure of your beauty with Miss Marshall s services. PHONE 159 MISS BEAUTY SHOPPE D E N T O N 3 LiOS Q2I33 B S3 SEEEQ OI23I2 "snaas n rasa Duart Oil Permanent Wave $2.50 Ends Including Shampoo $1.50 Ends Eugene Wave $2.00 $3.50 Another New Eugene Permanent waving machine just installed McKENNA BEAUTY SHOP Third Street Near Nichols Store PHONE 100-W DENTON voÂ« Â»Â»* To and from the Heart of BALTIMORE SchtduU in Â«ffÂ»tÂ» May 27, 1938 (Eutin Standard Tina} LEAVE L O V E P O I N T (B. A i. Â·. i. PI w OAKY ex. Sim. OMU DAItY 1iOOÂ«.m. 9iJ3Â». Â·. 6iOOp. m. LEAVE BALTIMORE (Pitt 5, LIGHT STRUT) DAKY OAlir DAILY Â·Â«. Sal. 7iOOa.ni. 3tOOp.m. 9iOOp.Â«n. PaumgMt, AÂ«tÂ»moMIÂ« and Tracks Handled en All Trlpt PASSINOERSt Administrator's Sale OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY ff. ONE DAY ODC EXCURSION A U T O S TRUCKS *3 to Â»6 JH01T1NI THÂ« WAY BeTWIIN BA1TIMOBI A THE EASTIRN WORE BALTIMORE EASTERN R.R. The administrator of J. P. Harris will on Saturday, Sept. 24,1938 commencing at 1:30 p. m., sell at public sale at the late home of J. P. Harris on Main Street, in the town of Preston, the following property: One rolled top desk, 1 dining room suite with buffet, 1 china closet with server, tab lee and chairs; 2 tabour- uttes, 1 living room table, floor and table lamps, - 3-pc. living room suite, 1 rug 11x16, 1 oak bedroom suite, Birdseye chest of drawers, dresser, rocker, bed springs and mattress, 1 oval mirror, kitchen cupboard, 1 cook stove, 1 2-burner oil stove, Savage washing machine, wash boiler and tubs, 1 wringer, 1 lot of glass jars, step ladder, lard cans, vacuum sweeper, several pictures, 1 lawn mower, cooking utensils, 1 Euick coupe, and other small articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE Cash on day of sale. HOWARD M. HARRIS, Administrator. Leonard Covey, Auctioneer. 1 3-piece living room suite, practically new, dining room furniture consisting of table, 6 chairs and buffet, 2 kitchen cabinets, 1 Home Comfort Range, kitchen chairs, 1 cupboard, 1 sewing machine, 2 set stoves, 2 tables, 10 cane seated chairs, 4 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, 1 bedstead, 1 bureau, 1 3-pc. leather living room suite, 1 washing machine and wringer, 1 wash boiler, 1 lard press and grinder, ham boiler, 3 lard pots, 1 food chopper, 1 ice cream freezer, lot of dishes, glasses, pots, pans, fruit jars, butter churn, pictures and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH CLARENCE GREENLEE, Owner. John Stevens, Auctioneer. Administrator's Sale OF VALUABLE PERSONALTY The Administrator of John M. Wooters will on, Wednesday, Sept. 21,1938 Commencing at 10 a. m. sharp, sell at public sale at the late home of John M. Wooters, located at the Md. and Del. line, on dirt road leading from Harrington to Dcnton, the following personal property, LIVE STOCK 1 Bay mule 15 years old, 1 Bay mule 14 years old, 1 Black mule 16 years old. These mules will work anywhcie. One Guernsey cow, 7 yrs. old; 1 Gucmsey cow, G yis. old; 1 Guernsey cow, 3 yrs. old, will be fresh this month; 1 Guernsey heifer, 2 yrs. old, will be fresh this month. These cows arc 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 spring 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 eets rope harness, collars and bridles, 2 3- horse trees, 2 cross-cut saws, 2 hand saws, 1 milk can, 1 strainer, 1 milk bucket, hoes, forks, shovels and other things too numerous to mention. Let us treat your seed wheat this year! We are no* completely equipped to disinfect your seed with New Improved "Ceresan"--the disinfectant which most etatÂ« experiment slatiuns and the U. S. Department of Agriculture recommend. Your wheat seed treated with New Improved "Ceresan" uautlly means a better crop, with increased yields and profits. Herea why: (l)_It does not carry any stinking smut spores on its surface. (2)--It is protected from the root-roU which so often cause seed decay and poor germination. (3)_Treated seed usually produces better stands and bigber yields. (4}_No dust in drilling, and no drill damage. The increased yields and freedom from smut dockage usually repay the cost of treatment many tiroes. For only a small charge par bushel we will disinfect your wheat with New Improved "CeMBan . You cannot afford lo plant untreated seed this season. Seed may he disinfected as long as 3 months before planting. Call MS today and let us make the arrangements! BAUGH SONS COMPANY WM. G. WOOTERS, Mgr. DENTON, MD. Treated Seed Wheat for Sale Notice to Taipyers DR. F. J. WRIGHT OPTOMETRIST Denton, Maryland Eyea Examined. GlasuÂ«e Furnished. HOURS: 9:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Pbona 61 Salesmen Wanted WANTED: Reliable man for nearby Rawleigh Route 800 consumers. 200 easily sold household necessities. We teach you how; supply sales, advertising literature--all you need. Thousands earn ?30 to J100 weekly. Rawleigh's Dept. MDI-40-G, Chester, Pa. DR. E. F. WITHERS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 92 201 Franklin St., Denton, Md. For Sale Good Cooking and eating apples. AUo Forward variety seed wheat. Also, * on *Â« NNY sÂ£ 0 PE FARM, F. D. Zeigler. (9-10-3t) . Get yourself some handy .cratch pada for 1 cent each at The Journal office. will appreciate a good fountain pen. I have the largest selection of Waterman and Sheaffcr pens in the county. Priced for $2.50 and up. SPECIAL a good pen with 14k gold pen point for $1.00 Gustav Good Watchmaker Jeweler t Stationery -:- Gifts Denton, Md. JOE PARKER PHOTO FINISHING fc^^MSJf Have 'your best summer pictures enlarged. 8 x 10 - 40 cents 5x 7-20 cents 4 x 5-10 centa SEE US FOR SOUVENIR PICTURES OF THE PRESIDENT ( WILL SIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING TAXES on the following days and dates between the hours stated. Pederlsbnrg, Saturday, September 3rd 1 p. m. till 6 p. m., Covey Williams' Store. American Corner, Thursday, Sept, 8ft 1 p. m. till 6:30 p. m., Sartain's Store. Greensboro, Saturday, September lOtb 1 p. m. till 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 G p. m., Covey's Store. Hillsboro, Thursday, September 22nd 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Thompson's Hardware 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. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 4 bedroom suites, consisting of bedsteads, bedding, washstands, bureaus and rugs, 1 extension table, 6 dining room chairs, (i stool chairs, 6 cane seated chairs, one B piece living room suit, 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, and 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. Order Nisi PHILLIP H. NOBLE and wife vs. ELI W. NOBLE, et al. In the Circuit Court for Caroline County. Chy. No. 3419 Ordered this 18th day of August 1938, 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 thereof be shown on or before the 20th day of October next,' provided a copy of this order be printed in some newspaper printed and pub- fished in Caroline county, once in each of four successive weeks before the 19th day of September next. The report states the amount of sales to be $1900.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Caroline County. True Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. For Sale Seed wheat, never been wet. Ax handle lathe good working order, will consider trade for good cow or saw mill saw. J. E. EMERSON DENTON, MD. Near American Corners, Rt. 2 Dwelling For Rent Modern house on Fifth avenue, Denton, fully equipped for comfort and convenience. AUSTIN R. MURPHY, (8-20-tf) N Denton, Md. For Sale Chevrolet Coupe '31, good condition and running order. Price $05, cash. Inquire MRS. ELLEN LINN at Willie Lidcn's, 2% miles Andersontown, on Bridgcvillc road. (9-17-3t) Notice To Creditors This is to give notice that the subscriber, of Caroline county has obtained from The Orphans' Court for Caroline County, in Maryland, letters testamentary on the personal estate ol PARRAN T. RUSSELL late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased arc warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, on or before the 1st day of April, 1939, or they may otherwise, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under my hand this 13th day of September, 1938. FRED R. OWENS, Executor. 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 J. FRANK LANE vs. ESTHER A. DEWITT, widow OLIVE GAUKER and ERNEST GAUKER, her husband, GERTRUDE CATEY, and GERALD CATEY, her husband, HELEN C. DEWITT AND ESTHER A. DEWITT, Executrix of the last Will and Testament of GRANT DEWITT, Deceased. In The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. Chy. No. 3479 Ordered this 8th day of September 1938, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Trustee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 10th day of November 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 10th day of October, next. The report states the -amount of sales to be $4500.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Order Nisi W. BREWSTER DEEN, Assignee vs. CLEMENT H. MELUNEY and wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline Â· County. Chy. No. 3486 Ordered, this 18th day of August, 1938, that the sale of the property made and reported by W. BREWSTER DEEN, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless 1 cause to the contrary be 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. WANTED Good yellow corn. Higher cash prices ?M. NEWTQN SQN CQ (7-9-tf) Phone 2561 Bridgeville, Del. 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, Icttero of administration on the personal estate of OLLIE E. WRIGHT late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased arc warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, on or before the 24th day of March, 1939, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of eaid estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under my hand this 6th day j of September, 1938. I EARL G. W.RIGHT Administrator. Our Business Has Been Built On Prompt And Courteous SERVICE Established Over 27 Years RmeralDirectors ERNEST G. COOPER .General Insurance The Oldest Established Agency On The Shore. For Rent Â«0-Acrc Farm, located near Williston. J. DeWEESE CARTER, (8-0-tf) Denton, Md. Famous For Flavor ESSKAY ALL-F3ilK SAUSAGE in the NEW OWLS Esskay's delicious All-Pork Sausage now comes packed in new rainbow bawls--Eight different colors. Ideal for serving kiddies;' cereals and soups. Get your Eel of Rainbow Bowls --Eight different colors. QUALITY! PORK SAUSAGE IN BOWLS THE WM. 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