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Saint Marg’s Beacon
JOSEPH A. MOORE -WITH THE— B. M. SUTTON CO.. j Baltimore, Md. WHOLESALE DSY GOODS AMD MOTIONS. I solicit yonr patron*** and will give direct order* my personal attention. Ang ®—lt BUL ESTATE FOR SALE. Tim following tract* of land located in St. Mary'* county can be porch need cheap and on liberal term*, 11 time la de (Bid A farm on road leading from Saint John’* to St. Andrew*’ church; contain, lag 135 acne. Dwelling of fir* room*, •table and barn. Level and fairly tim bered. 801 l varied. A farm near, or adjoining the name, on the Glebe road, containing 338 acne, level and well timbered. Small dwelling and (table*, barn and corn hoaee in good condition. Fine tobacco eoil. A farm near Laurel Grove containing 100 aeree, more or tarn. Dwelling and out hoove* in good condition. Fine Tobacco eoil. Aleo one farm containing 100 acre*, near Jarboesviiie. Bth District, well timbered in oak, pine and gum. The above land* being owned bv me, can be purchased exclusive of Agent*’ oommiaeiou. In addition to the above land*, 1 hvae lor aaie the following very deeirable farm* in the 6th dlatrlct, near Charlotte Hall, and on the Southern Maryland Railroad, which can be bought at are eo noble figure* and on liberal term*. A farm in the 6th District, containing 368 acne; can bo divided into two farm*. On one aide ie a barn of 00x40, with large peach orchard; on other tide, two email dwelling*, directly on railroad; both aide* well timbered. Another farm containing 309 aeree; building; large dwelling of 10 room* three barn* and tenant honae. Well timbered. Another (arm of 108 acre*; fin*, roomy dwelling; new barn, 40x40; well tim bered and tenant honae* tor labor. Another farm of 199 acre*; largedwell- Ing of 7 room* and 3 barns: heavily timbered with chestnut and white oak. Teoant hone* for labor. Another farm of 168 acres; 0 room dwelling; 3 nice barne in good repair. 1 tenant hone*. The last mentioned four farms adjoin each other, near Charlotte Halt, and alt In clone proxmity to Railroad. ENOCH B. ABELL. Leonard town, Md. Greenwell’s Mill FLOUR, Meal end Feed on hand for sale all the time oheep for cash. Hereafter, in order to avoid hav ing to kaep mill hooka, all orders must be accompanied by the oeah. F. F. GREEN WELL.. Far House of Delegatee. 1 respectfully announce myeelf as a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion lor the Hoaee of Delegates snbjeet to the Democratic primaries of 1909. E.C.MILBDBN, Deo. 6. ’o7—lt Leoeardtown. Md. FOR SALE. Four good, cheap bom* and a pair of well matched and good work mules. Apply to W. C. MATTINGLY, den. 31—1 m. Leonard town. Md. BOUGHT* SOLD. Improved farm* bought end sold, edmm Pardee dealring to do either will And It to thel Interest to oommuaieet* with me. tel - It ‘ Seehaeteivllla ST. MARY’S COUNTY REAL ES TATE FOR SALE. _Mo. L Tam, beautifully situated on the fntnmwi Blvar between Britton's Bar and *tr mpsasFak fertile. Dwelling, bars*, tenant taouaea and eet-bulldliua In good repair. Tin* timber. 8 valuable private orator oreeka. Pine Asking: toe *toek ram. if mile* to steamboat wharf. Oonvsoleal to postoSoe and stored. Frio*. Aleo farm In Tint Bieotlon Oietrlot, known at "9ue Hill,’' oontalalnlng 1M acres. Large leg im'earH. improred^T^dwelliujr. o 'birat eto., In good repair, Ixoallent flatting and Tam on Bt. J aroma 1 * Greek, containing 88 Dtitirtot, of Bt. Mary's County, oontalnlna 111 gores, known a* "White Point.*’ Excellent Leoaanttowe. Md. Plant Wood’s Seeds For The G&rden 6 Farm. Thirty yean in badness, with a steadily increasing trade every jmr—until we have to-day one of the largeet businesses In seeds ‘“thus country—ie the best of evidence *s to ‘lhe Superior Quality of Wood's Seeds. Wa are headquarter* for Gra*i and Clover Seeds. Seed Potatoes. Seed Oats, Cow Peas. Soja Beans and •til Farm Seeds. Wood's Descriptive Catalog the most useful and valuable of Gardmi and Farm seed QtiMogU mailed free on request. T.W. WOOPISONS, C s’ ’■ ’■ .• • .fSPJrasfe ’ ' ' £ Id. Del. ftYi. Rj. Co. patdimtc MviE sours. In Effect December 39, 1906. t Bead carefully, os Important changes t have been made. • Leave Baltimore, Pier 6 Light Street wharf, (weather permitting,) Thured ay, at 4p. m., lor the following pointe I Fair Haven, Plum Point, Dare’*, Gov ernor’* Bon, Cove Point, MHistone. Solomon’s Island, Spencer’*. St. Leon ard’s, Soilere, St. Cuthbert, Sotterley, ' Jones’, Parker's. Forrest’*, WUltame, I Duke * Trent Hall, Holland Point, < Benedict. Returning steamer will leave Benedict (weather permitting,) Friday, 13 noon, •topping as follows: . ■ Holland Point, Trent Hall, Duke s, Wil liams, Forrest’s, Parkker’s. Jones. Sot terly, Seller*’, St. Leonard’*, St. Cuth bert’*, Spencer’s, Solomon’s Island, 5.3 D p. m., Millstone, 6 p.m.. Cove Point, Gov ernor’s Bnn, 8 p. m.. Dare’s, 8 p. m Plum Point,9p, m. Fair Haven. 10p m. Arriving in Baltimore next morning. Leaves Baltimore, Pirn 1 8. Light Street, (weather permitting) Saturday, at 3p. m. for the following point*. Fair Haven, Plum Point, Dare’s, Gov ernor’s Ban, Cove Point, Millstone, Solomon’* Island, Spencer’s, St. Leon ard’s, Sailer’s, St. Cuthbert’*, Sotteriy, Jonee, Parker’s, Forrest'*, Will lame, Duke’*, Trent Hall, Holland Point, Benedict, Lieteb’e, Trueman's Point, Deep Landing, Holland’s Cliff*. Magru dere Ferry, Lower Marlboro, White’* Landing, Ferry Landing, Nottingham’s. Steamer will go to Lyon’s Creek, Mon day morning. Returning, steamer will leave Lyon’s Creek (weather permitting) Monday, 7.80 a. m., stopping as follows: Nottingham, 9a. m., Ferry Landing, White’s Landing. Lower Marlboro, 10 a. 1 m. Magrnder’e Ferry. Holland’s CHBs, 1 Deep Landing, Trueman’s Point, Leitch’e, Holland Point, Benedict, 13 noon, Trent Hall, Daks’*, William*’ Forrest’*, Park er'*, Jonee, Sotteriy, Boilers’ St. Leon ; aid's, St. Cntbbert’s, Spencer’s. Solo i man’s Island, 6.80 p. m,, Millstone, 6 p. m , Cove Point, Governor’s Bun, 8 p. , m., Dare’s, 8.80 p. m., Plum Point, 9 I p. m., Fair Haven, 10 p. m., arriving in Baltimore next morning. Freight received in Baltimore, at pier 8, Light Street, on Thursday, until 8:80 p. m. and Saturday, until 1.80 p. m. This time-Tabl* Shows the times at which steamer* may be expected to ar rive at and depart from the several wharves, but their arrivals or departure • at the times stated I* not guaranteed. f nor dose the Company hold itself respon • eible tor any delay or any consequences arising therefrom. > WILLABO THOMSON. Qenl. Manager L X. MURDOCH. Gen. Fit. A Pose. Agt Ml Del. & la. ft;. Go. potomio aim m WINTER SCHEDULE. la Effect December 29th. 1908. ■■PBB-aKrwiuf-MHBi BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON. Steamers leave Baltimore, pier 9, Light •treet wharf, weather permitting, Satur day, at 0 p. m. (or Washington and In termudiate Pointi Miller’*, Brome’i, Porto Bello, Oraaon’s, Coan, Bondiek’e. Lake*. Walnut Point, Cowart*, Lewhwtta, Kinaale, Clntra, Bond Point, Mnndy’s Point, Lodge, Pine; Point, Cobrum*, Stone’*, Abell*, Leonard town, Bash wood. Lancaster’*, Riverside, Liverpool Point, Olymont, Alexandria and Washington. Returning steamer will leave Washing ton, Seventh St. Whari, ever; Monday at 4 p. m., for Baltimore, (weather permit ting) and intermediate landings, aa shown above: Leonardtown, 0 a. m., Kinaale, 13 noon, Killers, 4 p. m. Qra •ons, 5 p. m. Porto Bello, 6 p. tn„ arriv ing in Baltimore, Wednesday morning. Steamer leaves Baltimore, pier 9 light street, Tuesday, sp. m., (weather per mitting), for Kinaale and'intermediate landings. Miller’s, Brome’s, Porto Bello, Oraeon’s, Coan, Bundlek*, Lakes, Walnut Point, Cowart's, Lewiaetta, Klnsale. Returning steamers leaves Klnsale, 13 noon, Wednesday, (weatherpermitting), tor Baltimore, stopping at the above landings; Millers, 4p. m., Qrasons, 5 p. m:, Porto Bello, S p. m„ arriving At Bal timore, Thursday morning. Steamer leaves Baltimore, pier 9, light street, Wednesday, 5 p. m., weather per mitting), for Leonardtown and interme diate point*. Millers, Bromes, Porto Bello, Qrasons, Coan, Bundieks, Lakes, Walnut Point, Cowarts, Lewisetta Klnsale. Clntra. Bond Point, Mundy's, Lodge, Pioey Point, Cobroms, Stonee, Abells and Leon ard town. Returning steamer will leave Leonard town, 6 a. m., Friday, (weather permit ting), tor Baltimore, stopping at all the above landings; Klnsale, 13 noon. Mil ler*. 4 p.m .drama 6p. m., Porto Bello, 6 p. m , arriving nt Baltimore, Saturday morning. FrMght received at pier 9, light St., Baltimore, on eatliag days untiU.SO p. ii. WiLtann Tuoupsom, General Manager. Rkabdoh 4 Qhiuks. Agent, Telephone 60, Alexandria, Va. Btbpsbmson A Bno., Agte. Telephone 746, Washington, D. C. T. MtmnooK. Gen. Fit, and Pass. Ag*. Undertaking. ' With the latest style HEARSES and finest outfit for Funerals. I A fine Una of Coffins and Caskets of the latest designs, and all sixes from the Infant to the Giant to select from | lam prepared to serve- funerals at the shortest notice and upon rea sonable lerma. Embalming Having taken a course in Embalm ing sad received a Diploma. I am also prepared to embalm with latest methods, B. B. LOVE. Morgan w, sad Leonardtown, Md. , Phone, Lose’*, Morgan**. . JSSVt Undertaking. %Jm | | SQBQBk - William C. Mattingly, of Leonard town, Md.. and A. C. Welch, of Chap tico, Md., having formed a co-partner ship, under the firm name of William G. Mattingly ft Go., for the conduct of the UNDERTAKING BUSINESS, inform the general pnblie that they are prepared to attend Funerals from Leon ard town. at short notice and on reason able terms. EMBALMING A SPECIALTY. Trimmings and ornament* of all kinds for Burial fast* kept constantly on band. ..eady-made Coffins, of all sue* and of various styles, always in stock. Personal attention given at funerals, and satisfaction guaranteed in all case*. March 7. ’O7-tf J. W. LYNN & CO., GENERAL Commission Merchants, 935 U. Ave., Washington, 0, C. FOB THB SALE OF S,™; Live Stocli, W solicit a trial shipment. Guarantee full Market Price. Returns made day of Establish*! 1892. Refers to Lincoln Nat. Bank of Washington and numerous patrons throughout bt. Mary's. Consign ments solicited. Dec. 24 ’o3—tf. WM. T. BAILEY. aeasT roa William Chauncby. i QRAVBBTOMCB AMD MOMDMHMTB CHEAP AMD GOOD Leave order, with me and I will attend promptly to them. yyM, T . BAILBT' Msv 1-tft M rrtnia 60 YKARr jaMSHn^EXPERIENCE 1 H • L ll a? ■ W •jWW .I*# H i ■ Fw i :: Th dcJ?t° Copy rights Ac. * Anrona MRdlng a *ht rh (tnd daortPtlon mT * quickly RAoartrtlu our opinion fraa wbffiihqr AD !i mt IrM. olilwit ag.nttr for•wmrfnPMWlta _ Patent. tsfcsa through Menu I W. tM.fv. ' i on. without obMW, * tee - Scientific American. 1 A handtoniolf 1110-PAtjd wwltly. IfiMi ** euiikOon t.fny grit iflo lon rn*L Tffirtpg, U . imt j (our iiionthA, |L Bold bj iui ntwidMlin. : WfiKESBSV Hiram u. Oddlbv. Jamks J. Slinflu Trams 8. Dddlrt. 9 ; Dudley ACarpenter l 136 LIQHT 3TEKBT, BALTIMORE I ’ Oommissibn 1 Merchants* I * Sell Tobacco, Orelit sad Country Produce '• Particular ettention given to tke careful earn ~ pltne of Tobeooo. f John M Talbert, I - 3. J. F. Shaw. fSaleeaen. J. 1. r. Shaw. Ooektar. t THE MARYLAND s ■ Commission Agency, ot Baltimore Oity, roHlTausALe^or TOBACCO. QEAIN AND WOOL ■ .. snd Farm Produo dwmlly, 930 South Oharlei Stmt, Balttaar*. —o> DIHBOTORS : W, MaK. Burro John B. Orajy.^ F. H. Dernall, Lout* I. Detrlok. I.T. HutcUoe, Thoraae Parran, John A, Bariwr, T, Van Claveett. Mr. John M. Talbert will give hia pereonal attention toatl^Tobaceo oonaigned tooe. I KEMPER A. VIETT j BUOCRBSOB TO I S. E. VIETT. Ovetert'aad Ooflhe. Crime Uqeat* aad Otgaie Pareona indebted to 8. B. Vlett arerequeeted to make liamedtate peyment and aavc expan se. of legal collection. May AW-tf. Horn Swann i . pinby Point, Md. Open *ll the yaar to thu general pnblie and traveling men. Livery attached Drummer* conveyed to and from si. George’s Island. TUte# ramson able. Feb 7—v J.T.BWAKH. . - - ~ —-—; Ws WRITE ITS FOR ■ ■ LOW PRICES I LOW PRICES! BUILDING LUMBER, SHINGLES. < GEORGE F. SLOAN i BROTHER >° ■ ■■¥ ;M --414 Light Street Wharf, Baltimore y Wld. : ■ UNION TRUST COMPANY I m ' of Maryland, Charles and Fayette Streets, BALTIMORE, MD 3 Per Gent. Paid on Check Accounts. InS avings Department 3H Per Cent. Interest Al lowed. liberal Rates pf Interest on Deposits for Specified Time and Certificates of Deposit Issued. Special Attention Paid to Accounts of Out of Town ty Pi ih. w**' >a i * f * Correspondents. Safe Deposit Boxes in Fire and Burglar Proof Vault S 3 a Year and Upward. George iflakistone, f* ' ’ ■ PRESIDENT. GILBERT’S LUMBER MILL WORK, €ompo-Boar<l, Great|Substitute for Lath and Plaster. J. L. GILBERT ft BROTHER LUMBER Company. East Falla and Canton Avenues, BALTIMORE, 'MD. Biacksmi thing. HATING uwM • Mi BlaokanK.il Shop on ar lot oa rtawtekPteint. InnwWifii and bn visa aeoured tkeaorrlwa of an expert , with ctw and promptuMs. S*Ufaction tar*. I aated. W*. 0. XATCIirSLT. May->y Brickyard. .WMgPh. ronnixii With n elegant nejr Hearse and a full stock of Coffins and Caskets I am prepared to serve funerals at the shortest notice and upon the most reasonable terms. In connection with this I designate especial attention to my Blacksmith and Wheelwright department. All orders quickly and neatly at- s tended to. A. C. WELCH, June I—y. Chaptico. 1 Farms Wanted. QAA FAHMB to go is new catalogue <6UUwhieh goes over the World and 1 will gire Bt. Marj'e County a boom. > j Want descriptions at once aa new cata- 1 logne now to Print**. March 1. All eon fldentlal. Drop postal for blank*, A C. HOWABD. taonardtown, Md. Can also brmleh beat life. Accident and Health 'wwt' Feb. 7. ’OT-tf. Notice to Debtors. \ Persona indebted to me on Medi i cal aoootfpt are requested to stake I immediate Dayment f need the mosey, v Tflbs. LYNCH, M. D. J LaoVAAOTown, Mb. .. ROBERT C. COMBS, ’ 11 Attobsiy-at-Law, 'Jjt‘ . Leonard town, Md. §£ DR. C. V. HAYDEN. DENTIST, Leonardtown, Md P) S. BRISCOE. Attorn *r-at-Law, Room 722 Law Building, Baltmora. PVANIKL C. HAMMETT; *-* Attornst-at-Law, Leonard town, Md. \l/M. MEVBRELL LOKKR, Attornrt-at Law. Office in Enterprise Building. DUKE BOND, u Attob!*t-at-Law National Mechanics’ Bank Building Baltimore. JOHN THOMAS MORRIS, J Attornbt-at-Law, I St. Inigo’s, Md., and 11107 Calvert Building, Baltimore. ■ UENBY F. SPALDING, ■ ■ Attoxuxt-at-Law, fir No. 25 Lexington Street Baltimore. Prompt attention given to all bus* ineea entrusted to his care. 11/ALTER I. DAWKINS, ” Arrower-AT-Law, Fidelity Building, Corner Charles and Lexington Streets, Baltimore, Md. Will coutinue to practice in St. Mary’s and adjoining counties, DERBY A. LYNCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. UNION TRUST BUILDING, BALTIMORE, MO. Will practice in the Courts of Si. Mary’s and Southern Maryland. 0. A P. Telephone, Bt. Pen! MB. 11/ ALTER B. DORSEY, YY Attorjuy- at-Law and Office at the Court House. Is associated with the well-known Baltimore Real Estate Agency of 0. W. Kennard A Co. If you. wiih to buy or sell real estate, call on me. Collections promptly attended to, RB. TIPPETT A BRO„ ■ ■ Attobnry 8-at- Law, 11 E. Lexington Street, near Cbae,, Baltimore, Md. Practice in the Courts of Baltimore city, Court of Appeals, in the coun ties of Charles and St. Mary’s and Washington city. Special attention Sven to Admiralty practice and eol ation of claims. Painless Extraction. Dr. j. m. Cook. Jn I~4U MBCSAMIORTILLR. Lumber. | -e l Will *eepoonn,Dtly Oh hand at Laonardtown wharf a fnltlnpplyof BOARDS, SCANTLING, WRATHBR BOARDING, FLOODING, PALINGS, OBSSSID BOARDS. SBIHGLRS, *O. All order* for Lumber, Doom, Seek, Lathe, Liao and Bair promptly at tended to. - ■T* CASH i > i > 1 llr j.-/ ,t t>• 1 -tf IOS. t NBA 14. - John B. Abell, —DEALER IN— ''■■l'., . r , POULTRY, EG 08, f LIVE 81XII, SIDES, WOOL, Ae. •18 LenUießß Aye., >. W WASHINGTON. O. C. flv *ll MB k I ■%] Lime, "T Form Machinery, Buggies, &c. I wish to remind Fanner* that I hate perfected arrangement* to (nraiab to say part of the county that may be rmrhtj by water GROUND LIME, Buggies that are Biniee. BINDER S. OWERS, Reapers, Wagons, FERTILIZERS and ' M . Farming Implements. For farther information apply to H. A BICHARftWE, Mary * Co., Md.