Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland on October 8, 1938 · Page 3
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Primrose Grill Tea Room Next to Miss Marshall's Beauty Parlor DENTON, MARYLAND 1'hone 210 Meals Sandwiches Special Reservations for LUNCHEONS and PARTIES Open Saturday Nights HEADACHES DUE TO EYBSTHAIH If it were possible to count the vast multitude of people who suffer from headaches, extreme fatigue due to cyrstrain, the figures would be staggering. YOUR FIRST STEP--Have your eyes examined by a competent eyesight specialist. YOUR NEXT STEP--Provide your eyes with plenty of soft, glareless light. THE NEW PIN-IT-UP LAMP with INDIRECT LIGHTING DIFFUSER provides sufficient light for reading and other individual lighting needs. Its softly diffused light relieves tension and adds pleasure to your pastimes. You really should SEE this lamp to appreciate its many fine features and its beautiful styling. BUY NOW! EASY TERMS-^5c Down 50c Monthly Call Today for Demonstration in Your Home Eastern Shore Public Service AMAZING ESTATE L HEATROLA BRINGS HOME HEATING WITHIN REACH OF ALL utmi TO OPIRATI- ONIY 2 MINUTES TENDING PER MY ·IAVTIFUL TO LOOK AT* JU$T*MAKES*THE LIVING-ROOM U)W UPKII? NO WICKS NO MOVING MKttANICALMRT) Sailt by the originator of the cabinet home heater, Estate Oil Heatrola circulates care'' free, low-coat warmth throughout the rooms. · This winter, wear out your easy chair instead of yourself. Enjoy warmth, without work--with, this remarkable new Estate Oil Heatrola that has already brought the comfort and convenience of whole-house oil heating to thousands. Made by the originator of the cabinet home heater. Simple. Beautiful. Amazingly economical. Burns No. 1 furnace oil that looks like kerosene, costs less. Easily installed. Requires minimum of care. Circulates clean, odorless warmth throughout rooms. ASK US TO SHOW YOU 1 How Oil Heatrola turns waste info warmth. 2 Keeps floors wanner: 3 Circulates clean, odorless warmth; 4 Saves work, time, fuel dollars. . . ., EXCLUSIVE INTENSI- FIRE AIR DUCT blocks the upward-making beat, ·end it out into tt» looms -turns wasta into warmth. DOUBLE-CHAMBER BOWL B U R N E R delivers clean, odorless flame. Simple . . . no ·wiclca, no moving mechanical parts. D. Ralph Horsey = Hardware Phone 55 -:- DENTON, MARYLAND NATIONAL FIRE PREVENTION WEEK - OCTOBER 9th to 15th Be Careful. Aim To Prevent Fire. Insure Your All! Salesmen Wanted WANTED: Reliable man for nearby lijiwlcigh Route 800 consumers. 200 ea--ily sold household necessities. We teaeh you liow; supply sales, advertising literature--all you need. ThouHiinds earn $110 to $100 weekly. Rawleigh's Dept. MUJ-IO-G., (10-1-lt) Chester, Pa. Wanted Man to work on chicken farm. No heavy work but steady year-around work. Mcasonablo wages io start with, increases if work is satisfactory. Write or apply, SMS, Denton Journal, Deiiton, Md. Fire . . . A Needless Disaster For Sale Choice Hereford Steers, Weaned Calves, Yearlings and Two's. T. B. Tested, Truck or Carloads. Piicwl to sell. Also heifers. Buy direct from ·iwnor. Write, wire or phone, BERT NASON, Birmingham, Iowa. (10-8-lt) your fire department taking ii]i thi* ' woil;. i "Coiipcrsitioii w i t h j o u r fire department and a sp«'ely ciirrcctioi] (if any -xisliii|r 1 awards found will ieduce 'hi- number of lircs and d'jf'i'.r^' fin- ItjsM-s, wliii.li v.'ill lie rcilci-lod in low- j T hi'-ii aiiL-i 1 pi emiiims. " ' l l ' 1 inipoit:iiu-j oi individual fire insm ctioiis can hi- M'i'ii f i o u i I hi- r«-c- .)u! thai shov.- that GJ po ci-n: ·( L)U- livi.-i lust J i o s n fin ··, arc in 'Iwell- .111;-i. the "icat-T p n i t t \vhieh i.s ·inunig c ' i l d r e n , r i u i r l y dfiiHiiistrntes that our homes PIUI .stand inu;e c-aie- ful inspection. "l'n.:vi!iitab!e fins aic more H u m 1 a private misfortune; they art; a public c a l a m i t y , and it ih of thr ulmo-t { iinportt'.nci' that i'\viy moans possible '»:· employed to prevent thi.s wide sjiri'.icl evil." Apples For Sale STAYMEN, NERO, ROME BEAUTY, and LILY OF KENT. For eating, canning, and cider. Make purchases now. O. A. NEWTON SON CO., Bridgeville, Del. Phone, Bridgcville 2551 or 2501. For Sale Chevrolet truck 1930, fitake body, a real good farm truck. 100 bu. of pood clean seed wheat out before the rain. BRADLEY STEELE, Howard Bennett Farm, (9-24-3t) near American Corner. For Sale Leghorn pullets, ready to lay. Some are laying. MRS. W. R. THOMAS, Harmony, P. O. Preston, Ml. 10-8-lt) For Sale Fifty bushels of rccleanod and reated seed wheat, threshed before ·ain--price reasonable. MINNIE TODD 10-l-2t) Local Ore officials join safety forces thiongnout the nation in observing National Fire Prevention week, aimed to educate the public for greater care In preventing needless destruction of property by fire. Most fires, like the disastrous one above, could be prevented by constant vigilance against Ore hazards. Inspect your home for hazards today, before it's too late For Sale 350 bushels cleaned scorl wheat, hreshed early, before the July rains. MRS. ALDA P. WHITBY, fl-24-tf) Denton, Md. Wood For Sale Seasoned nnil cnrd wood for sale. MRS. M. II. DOWNES, 10-S-2t) Denlon, Md. FIRE PREVENTION WEEK With the designation by Governor Harry W. Nice of October )th to 15lh as- Fre Prevention Week, fire departments throughout Maryland are busy making plans to portieipatc in this annual campaign to protect life and preserve property. Co-operation of the public i- sought by J. Lloyd Hopkins, Annapolis, chairman of the Fire Prevention and Inspection Committee of the Maryland State Firemen's Association, in the following statement: "Serious thought should be given to Fire Prevention Week. In Maryland we have 1(55 fire companies in the State Association, the majority )f which arc now making fire inspection'. There is no more valuable serv- ice you can render yourself and your community than helping to prevent fires by cooperation with these inspections. "Fire inspections are especially valuable because they lead to the removal of rubbish and materials often thought harmless by the public but which in reality are dangerous because they are readily susceptible to spontaneous ignition. "Survey of localities where inspections are made clearly shows a noticeable reduction in fires, in many instances- a,,- much as 50 per cent, while in communities whore there are no inspections the rate of fires continue to mount each year. You can readily see the splendid results of inspections and should iii'-ist upon For Rent Residence at 802 Market street, )cnton. 5 rooms nnd bath, all con- enicnces. REV. A. A. PRICE, Dcnton, IMd. 9-10-tf) Dwelling For Rent Attractive house, recently rcnovat- d and equipped for convenience and omfort, for rent at once. Good loca- ion on Second street, next the Brick lotel. L. A. MOORE, 10-1-tf) Denlon, Md. » For Rent CO-Acre Farm, located near Willison. 8-C-tf) J. DeWEESE CARTER, Dcnton, Md. Dressmaking The undersigned, experienced mak- r of sample dresses, announces prices as follows: Wash dresses $1.00 and 51-25. Silk dresses, $1.75 and .$2.00. MRS. R. M. LUTZ, Campground Road, 9-17-41) Denton, Md. Wanted Sewing I would like sewing, ladies and clul- Ircn's dresses. Can give reference. MRS. JOHN W. FAULKNER, )enton, Enston Road back of Quaker Church. WANTED Good yellow corn. Higher cash prices paid. O. A. NEWTON SON CO., !7-9-tf) Phone 2551 Bridgeville, Del. Wkt Sktll are THIS 15 i FIRE PREVENTION WEEK Often it is too late to save anything alter a fire starts. But before a fire starts you can easily save all of your important papers and valuables that properly belong in a sale deposit box. Rentals are low, whereas losses on unprotected valuables may comehigh. Rent a safe deposit box now. The Peoples Bank of Denton, Maryland i \ K \ V .MfSICAL H E U N I T K S i OLD VARIETY FOLK ~~~~ j ll seemed like vaudcvillians' "Old rlomir" week on the "Little Mi.s.s | ! [fro:i(hv;iy" sot at 20th Century-Fox. | ' Uiroctor Irving Cummings has a s o f t ] spot in his heart for vaudeville. As i a former stage player himself, Cum- niiiipr- knows the plight of the variety hcmlliiiers, but not until he was assigned to direct the new Shirley Teui- |)lu musical did he have a chance to 'lo iinything about it. The script of "Little Mi.-s Broadway" Friday and Saturday, Octbrier 7 and 8, at the Ridgely Theatiu calls for a hotel full of out-of-work variety artists and therefore that was all that Cummings needed. The cast reads like a "Who's Who" of the "two-a-daycrs." "Josctte" Features Mew Gordon and Revel Hits Getting- the spirit of a race, nation --or even a perind in history--into a song calls for one of the higher arts of lyricism and musicianship. To get .some of the "zis" and "zat" of New Orleans into popular, danccable songs was the problem set for Mack Gordon and Harry Revel by the new 20th Century-Fox comedy, "Josctte," Mon-' day, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Itidgely Theatre. Uarton IMacLanc and Glcnda Farrell In Exciting Drama The exciting capture and canning of tuna, the varied activities of California's deep-sea fishing fleets, and the powerful drama of life within prison walls and after a convict's pa-1 role, form the highlights of Univer- al's action-thriller, "Prison Break," which comes to Ridgely Theatre Thursday only, October 13. In the filming of the scenes of the tuna fishing fleet, the cast of "Prison Break" i Client many days at sea in two modern tuna clippers opefnting in the waters adjacent to Santa Catalina Island, California, where an unprecedented run of blue-fin tuna provided authentic atmosphere, as well as excellent sport fishing for the picture- make re. MONEY BURNING But Insurance Takes The Loss II -an happen to j i u i l The sudden disaster of fire may come to 0!ir r u r li v rarele^ni's* () r accidunl. 15c sure you carry your FIRE, COLLISION and I ' U J U C L I A B I L I T Y and PROPERTY DAMAGE t . i l h l!u ."itli largest m u t u a l insurance company in the United States, w h i c h is also the company t h a t carries the greatest volume of Auto i 11 · liranre in M a r y l a n d -- w i t h a big -.auiig on [iremiums. Farm Hurraii Coopcratixc Lift. 1 and Auto Insurance Co. Fire Theft -:- Public Liability Collision -:- Life Property Damage PAUL-V. SIIOCKLEY I'hoiu- 7C-.I DKNTON, MD. WAKE UP BUSINESS / By Advertising In J This Newspaper \^ from the Flames F IRE'S destructive fingers will never reach your important papers, securities and other valuables in the FIREPROOF Vaults of this Bank. To know that is worth a thousand times the small fee such Protection costs! There's a spacious SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX ready for you here. Rent it now for only a year Tlie Denton ^National Bank Dcnton (Q) Maryland \*^^^rfr Syste JEcde! E VERY fireman will tell you it's foolhardy to risk life and limb rushing in to save your possessions once the destructive fingers of fire have encircled them. Yes, what's more, then it's TOO LATE to think about INSURANCE-that protection against financial loss which every foresighted man carries. Even for that feeling of security it gives you, INSURANCE PAYS. INSURE ALL NOW! Let's Talk Things Over The Walter Sparklin Agency Walter Sparklin * Phones: I5O £- 6ow James M. Clarke DENTON, MD. Mutual Fire Insurance Company, of CccirCounty, Maryland Coatesville, (Pennsylvania), Mutual Fire Insurance Company Northampton Fire Insurance Company, of Easton, Pennsylvania Continental Fire Insurance Company of New York LlterT^hinKlt ^^ Fidelity-Phoenix Fire Insurance Company of New York Farmers Fire Insurance Company, of York, Pennsylvania Aetna Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford, Connecticut Spring Fire Insurance Company, of Springfield ERNEST 6. COOPER, Agent PHONE 6? DENTON, MD, "SPAPERJ

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