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feJjjNT V N K W.\ “' Ralwise and OtLerwise. — HHKaw.ue |i*-u<;i,i ;. r . d t" been kiU-l •>>• 'ln- l.r f-i.M. H|H)H .S'tor 1-I’iiui-U n it'll 111 1-f |Hr in Washington ci'V on May 1 of cnrrn-p n't- I. I*. .. . tftKkiio laic for this issim, i I appear VTbt new schedule of the Po'onrw. Kino will g-i into effect Satur t .y, ■ May 15, See notice | Mias Madge Fenwick,of Lionard | ■ town, has retured from a week’s i I visit to Washington and Baltimore W. Mitchell Diggs, of Da Plata, has been ele'-tcd a trustee of Chai lotto Hall School, vice Dr Pater W. Hawkins, deceased. Daring the past week, cvilonic storms have swept over tbo Union demolishing buildings and wreck ing shipping Joseph Rusell is having a neat and pretty bungalow • erected near the wharf. Lftonardtowu. 0. J. Clements is the builder. Last Thursday, the schooner. Dot lie fi Thomas, Captain Matt Bailey, was at Leonardtown wharf with a cargo of ice for George Hasselwerth. The oyster season isover. While oysters have been plentiful and in i good condition, we doubt if those engaged in the business have ever made less. * Road Englnneer Crosby estimates that durable roads may be built on the Eastern Shore and in Southern Maryland at a cost not higher than SCOO the. mile. - The Baltimore dtilles are felicita ting themselves upon the good ef fects of the city’s new High License Law. The Sun gives the law edi-| torially high praise. At the election for Town Commis sioners of Leonardtown last Monday, 8 votes were oast and Dr. F. P. Green well and Joseph F. Neal were un animously re-elected. What St. Mary’s County needs every day in the week and every week in the year Isa railroad that will afford quick transportation fa ciities to and from nearby cities. | We are requested by the presi dent of the St. Mary’s Heading ! Room and Debating Society to an- ' nounco that there will boa meeting of the society next Monday at 8,; P. m. f Mrs. O Morgan Knight an.l son are guests of Hotel fwrenoe, Loon ' ardtewn. Mrs. Knight was Miss HMgymJSQl|onaod has many friends here who aredengi^S l,^lPl*hl again. Usually with the first full moon tft May there comes an abundance of soft crabs, but the continued cold winds of the past week have kept the Crabs in Winter quarters and they are notable for tbeir suuruilv. Mr. Justin R Cypher has pur chased a canoe and will have a mo tor installed. J Wilmer Raley is to do the work. Wilmer is one of the finest mechanics in the county and as a boat builder is as good as any in the State. The State road work will soon be gin in this county, but the exact date when ground is to bn broken has not yet been determined. Bids for the first stretch of good road here been asked for. Before our next is sue the good work may bare begun. The Supreme Court of the United States upheld the commodities clause of the Hepburn Rate bill, but point ed out away for railroads to ret >in coal land holdings by organizing subsidiary companies. This is re , garded as p victory for the railroads. Frank R. Kent, of the Baltimore Sun, has been appointed treasurer of the Maryland Agricultural Col lege vice Dr. Joseph R Owens, de ceased. Mr. Kent is one of the brightest young men In the State, and the M. A. C. is fortunate in se curing bis services. Gov. Crotbers will consider the application for pardon of Sarford Green well on May 27, instant. San ford, alias ‘Boney’ Qreenwall, col ored, was convicted. March 1905, of breaking into W. T. Dent’s shop and was sentenced to the Denitenti ary (or 10 yedrs. See notice. The Standard Oil Company has appointed William C. Mattingly its agent at Leonardtown and be will keep on hand a supply of kerosene and gasoline. Thereare many users of gasoline in this section and asup ply here will be a great convenience. Mr. Mattingly expects hiutank-:and supplies this week. Constable G. C. Herbert brought to jail last Monday night. Willie Cain. Henry Clark, Eirly Hill, and Albert Jackson, all colored, whb were each convicted by Justice Joseph C. W bie and Sentenced to the House of Come*ion for 3 months for disturbing the peace, willful des truction of property and obstructing the highway. The wedding of Miss Annie Etrly. of Baltimore, to Mr. Peter N. Spald ing, of this county, was celebrated at St. Peter’s church, last Wednes day. Rev. Father Riordan per formed the ceremony There was a Nuptial Mass and the young couple received very many hand some and useful presents. Our congratulations. Postmaster J Forreet Freeman, of Scotland, is making an earnest effort to secure a daily mail .for bis section of the county. Bids are re quested on a daily schedule leaving Scotland at 3, v. arriving at St. Mary's City at 6, P. M., and return ing same night. Also, a tri-weekly route, leaving Scotland at 7, . if. for Pt. Lookout, and returning by 10, a. m. Bid blanks may be ob tained by application to Mr. Free man at Scotland. f r After the meeting of stockholders of the Southern Maryland Telephone Company the d'-reofarS organiz'd by electing W. B Duke, president; and L. J Sidling seerntary and treasurer, e-s-s. W B D >nt. John W Rent-hen and Enoch B. | A be’l wc-o tdeotcl an Kxeout ive j Commute,) t- s-rang- f r icash to pot. the ■ n:np.iny > lire-, in 1 working order and to manage its .affairs until August 1, proximo The stocki o'dera of the Southern Marvin l d Te'ei.ho e Oomoiny (uo> a Mft-hanlcsvl’t.* last Monday. A : large m joritv of ih" shares was re nresen-ed m pe.r.o i or bv nroxv The following Board of Directors 1 were -|i c'ii for the ensiiiig year: , J.'P Coad. Dr L R. Jrhnson. Dr. W R Dent, John W Renohen. E, 1 B Abell, W B "uke. W P. Powell. P Reed Wi’ia and S. S j Lancaster. Messrs. Wills and Lan caster are the Charles county re preen|atives on the Board, The date of the c debrat-ion at St. - Mary’s Citv by the Maryland Pil - grtms’ Association has been ohaug <>d from May 1(5 to Mav 23 The Susquehanna wMI bring a large crowd from Btlli-nore to be met by others from Washington via Poto mac steamers. At the H'gh Mass, to b * sung a 1 St Ignatius' Church, music will be by the bind and a choir of 35 voices from the various Baltimore choirs, Mr. p X Hale,of the Cathedral leading. Thecomroit tee invite St. Mary’s people to at tend. Will Ramova to St Mary's. 'We regret, to learn that Judge l Henry M. Ward, one of the best re presentatives of the citizenship of , our county, will shortly abandon his residence here, and remove to j St. Mary’s county Mr. Ward has rented the store property, of Mrs. M. E. Kirk, at Budd's Creek, Md., and will engage in mercantile pur suits at that place. We> wish him | success in his new field, and sin ' cerely regret to lose him as a citizen of the county. Mr. Ward has re signed his position as Justice of the Peace in the Fourth Election Dis ■ tirict. —Tiroes Orescent. Baseball. On Monday, May 3. the Morganza 1 Baseball Club defeated the Meehan icsville team by a score of sixteen to six. Morganza was short of men and only bad six players. The principle features of the game was the pitching and hatching of Par son, Buckler aid Somers and the batting of Buckler, Lumpkins and Drury. During last week the Leonard town nine defeated this Bollywood team by a score of 19 to 1. LOST. I A medium size Lady's Gold Watch with initials ”N. E Q ” was lost on road near Leonardtown Reward if returned io Office. Maryland Weok I Reported by TOchartfj S. Hill Sti'.to Tobacco Agent. Receipts for week 2(18 hhci Net receipt* to date 2841 “ Same date 1806 7-8 2452 “ This Wrick Dbuvbhibs. Domestic 16 “ Foreign 212 '• Domestic to date 861“ 1 Foreign to date 2828 “ Total deliveries 8689 “ Sales this week 204 “ Previously 2728 Total sales to date 2927 Stock im Wahbhoijhk, Jan. 1,1909 8692 " Receipts since 2841 “ Deliveries since 3692 “ On hand today 2844 “ Qroundleaves to date, 2047 Hhd s Same date 1908, 1327 Hhds. Condition of Market. From March )7ih to date receipt! have been 455 Hhds. shorter than same dates last year, fcuqwing plan ters are protecting their interests Hold and condition crop until June when indications, point to a mud better market. Brimful of the best that can bi printed—the Washington Sundsj Star At all newsdealers. Oyster Supper and Dane#. There will be an Oyster Suppet and Dance at the Rectory, Valley Lee, for the benefit of Poplar Hll Church, on Wednesday, May 12 All are cordially invited to attend Good music I Ice-cream and othei refreshments , A good time for ev erybody, Com.mittbi Mr. Jordm'i Money Talks. Expended $8.35 for LAM Pain to fix up bis bouse. If for sale i will fetch a good price. The pain ters said it was the 3 gallons of oi they mixr(J with 4 gallons of L. <i M. that did the job at 13 less cos than ever before Its coloring ii bright, beautiful aud lasting. I i won’t have to be painted again foi 12 to 15 years, because the LAM Paint is Metal Z no Oxide o imbioec with White Lead aud wears uni wears and covers like gold. Sold b; C. PAI.MER, Palmer. Embalming. Having receiving instruction at one a the best schools in the Union and beei granted a diploma, I am prepared U Embalm and conduct funeral* at tb j shortest notice. 1 give personal atten | tkm to all the details of the business Everything in my line warranted to b first claas and np-to-date. Respectfully. EUGENE HALL, Ornard. Fit For County Troaauror. I announce myself os a candidate foi County Treasurer, subject to tbs decisioi of the Democratic Primary, and solicit the support of my fellow Democrats. KEMPER A. TIETT-j Feb. 18,1909-pd. ’ Belgian’s Re cleaned Cow Peas. sWKIA W' • \\ Will You Rich Sow (hem lor Hay Crops—for Forage Crops after grain crops—on vacant land. Put Cow Peon In every available piece of land you have They will wonderfully increase the value and productiveness of yonr entire farm. We strongly recom mend the sowing of Mixed Cow Peas, they are composed of Blacks, Whip-poor will-*, Clay etc. The Upright growing varieties will hold up the vining varie 'ies and will produce much better crops f vines and a larger amount of forage ■I. Itolgiauo A Son. Baltimore, Md. The Agricultural Department at Wash ington retiring me to you for Alfalfa, Cow Pens A Irish Cobbler Potatoes. E. L. DUYCKINCK. Cecil Co., Md. We are headquarters for Cow Pens.' If yonr merchant can’t supply you with Bolgiano’s Heclenued Cow Peas write to us. We will tell you where you can get them. J. BOLOQIANO A HON. Baltimore’s Greatest Heed House. I’ratt, Light A EHicott Streets. April 1, 09—ly Baltimore, Md. Doctors say take Cod Liver Oil— they undoubtedly mean Scott’s Emulsion. It would be jutt as sensible for them to prescribe Quinine in Its crude form as to pre scribe Cod Liver Oil In Its natural state. In Scott’s Emulsion the oil is emulsified and made easy to take —easy to digest and to be absorbed in to the.body—and Is the most natural and useful fatty food to feed and nourish 4he wasted body that is known in medicine today. Nothing can be found to take Its place. If you are run-down you should take it. Send this advertisement, together with name of paper In which It appears, your mUfreu and (bur cc-nts to cover po<to<v, m.J ve wIU send you a “Cotnpicie ijaat.y AIL? o. Le War id." SCOTT a UOWiVE. 409 Ps.r! t. Nw York ( - rilfHriiiZtm * Having purchased a new Gasoline Eu gine and outfit for drilling ART ESI AC es WED Ur\ would like to notify the pen pie uu;'t County that we nr Lett* 1 u.rrSowfodo Hiich work thai ever before.’ Having drilled jvbllh in al sections of the County we feel conliden that we can give better satisfaction lo the money than any drillers in the State 27 years experience. Welle caned to tb bottom with I'A inch pipe. For lurthe particular#, Address, L. RUDE, Feb. 25—9 m. Tilghman, Md. Potatoes Slips For Sals. Have potatoe Blips for sale. Juetfroi North Carolina. Hakrwon Ewki.i.. April I—tf. Compton Md. (rre-eiiweH’s Mill. ts ___ ,n FIiOUR, Meai and Peed on ban for saio all tha time bhoap for oask s> Hereafter, in order to avoid hav log to keup mill books, all order must be accompanied by the cash P. P. HEENWKLL. ty To The People Of St Mary’s County. >r Don Cozlne Registered 27051 iv * Record 2.10. 2. The Undersigned, will offer the service d. of the Finest bred Stallion owned inth sr State of Maryland, to a limited Numbc v . of Mares lor the Season of 1909. Thl great Stallion is registered under all th Kal<w of the American Trotting Begiste Association, except Buie 2, os this Hors hne not been in the Stud long enough t have offspring old enough to have record •J* has Dumerone colt* 2 years fVd thi it ig that are showing up finelv an n- be on Exhibition during the Marc )il n n of Court, 1900 <fc For further particulars, apply to - t FRANK J. COMBS .Owner. Beauvue, Md. BEOWORTH JR. No. 31963 d. This handsome Standard Bred Stal id Hon will make the following stops ever; 1( J other week, being in Leonardtown ever; >y Saturday. Monday to St. George's. Tuesday to Park Hall. Wednesday to BUge. Thursday to Cedar Point. Friday to Leonardtown. °* Monday to Meehan icsville. Toeeday to b ogbesvlile. be Wednesday to Cbaptico. n- Thursday to River firings via Miles town and Busbwood. Friday to leonardtown via Oakley. For further particulars apply to HARRY M. JONES. A , Leonardtown, Md, >.* I- V. MCKAY, - Park Hail, Md. jr ——————— “ TBc, Si*oo and 51.25 Straw Hats, at Gendasen’s for 25c V Coma quick. I IMPROVE YOUR STOCK OF HORSES. By brrediug to the Imported (Hilt Vi AN COACH STALLION. Fredo. No. 4637, which the St. Mary’*Stock Improvement Association of the county, ha* recently porch need direct from the importer, at n set of #BOOO. lie will make the following stations during tho season: First Wkkk T)r. L. B Job-sun, Monday, March 29 rhaptirn, Tuesday and Wednesday. Miles;,mu, Thursday. Clem mts, Friday. Compton, Saturday. SiecoND Wkbk. J A Mnuery’s Stable, Clover Hill, Mon day and Tuesday. California, Wednesday. Valley Lee. Thursday. Jos. M. Mattingly’s, Friday. Leonard town. Saturday. Fee #2O. insurance. #JS Visits repeated at these stations every ot* er week during the season. ft— "rx: _ZT> PLANT WOOD'S SEEDS For Superior Crops. Cow Peas The Best and Surest Cropping of Summer Soil-improving and Forage Crops. Makes poor land rich; makes rich land more productive, and im proves the condition and produc tivenets of soils wherever they are grown. X The crop can be cut for forage, ■ >0 making a largo-yielding and most n nutril out) feed, and the land can 1 be disked aitoi wards—not plowed —making an ideal ienilisatiun and p;Tpi -Cion for whent an,hall fall sow n grains. All of our Cow Peas and So]a Beans tre reel caned, Aeo from hulls and Im mature 11 ok*, nuiKjrlor both Incleaullnem) ami quality, end of looted rumination. Write for price < and ‘‘Wood’* Crop Special" giving timely Im'onnailon - bout Heaßonablt Farm Seed T.W. & SONS, Bandsmen, • Richmond. Va. * Harry M. Jones , Leonardtown, Md. With Sullivan & Martin, Marble and Granite Monuments, WASHINGTON, D. 0., W guarantee good work and prompt attention. Write ub for prices etc. • June t CLOSE OF LEVY. Office of the County Commissioners, , ALL PERSONS having account** against Kt. Mary 's County are hereby notified to file the Maine in this office on or before . May 11, 1900, otherwise they will I be excluded from the Ijevy of 1909. By order. , JAB. T. ABELL, President, i Wm. Mkvkkkm. Lokbu, Clerk. 1 April 0, ’o9—td. r For Sheriff. * I rcspertfullv announce my oandidncy r for the Democratic nomination for Sher iff and solicit the support of my fellow citizens. W S. lUmckui. - St. Inigo's. Md. Housekeeper Wanted. A refined Lady to keep bouse for a country Hotel A good worker wanted A goon home for the right party. Apply at Bkacon Officio, April I—lm ‘Hackett s Gape Cube SILLS THt WORM AS 1 WIUASTIK&tim * M TC.AacKbtt WLLSSORO. HO. hawwwtY. * It’s a powder. The Chicks Inhale It; Kills both Worm and Germ, whole brOod treated in 5 minutes. Recom mended and sold by dealers generally. ) Bowling ft Jamison, Bryantown, Md. F. 0. Morgan, Leonardtown, Md. W. W. Burroughs, MeubunlcsTllle, Md. * ('. M. Cawood, Millstone. ’ Bobanan ft Freeman, Great Mills. , 0. A. Tippett, Valley Lee, s J,,W, Dent, Drayden, r J. W. Renehan, Rush wood. J C. L. Palmer, Palmers, , Guy Brothers, s K. D- Morgan. Dynard, * L. J. Canter ft Co., Charlotte Hail. ’ Price. Jbcts. By mail 85cts, where we bare no dealer. Address, T. C. HACKETT, April I—l. Hillsboro, Md. Dentistry. ’ Health and weather permitting, I wil be at the following places for the prac ’ tlce of dentistry; Morganza, May 5 and 6, Bock Point, May 7, 8 and 9. Mecbauicsvllle, May 10 to June 6. J. M. COOK, 0. D. 8, OYSTER SUPPER. Tbere will lie an Oyster Hupper and dance at Cbaptlco Hall, on Thursday, May 6, 1909, for the purpose of financing tbe Cbaptlco - Baseball C'inb. Come one and all, To Cbaptieo Hall; Help ns pay for our bat and ball. Give ns a lift, don’t turn ns down. Boot for onr team on tbe baseball ground. Oscar Hayden, chairman, r I Committee — EdelenGkmgh, John Lyon, i Bam Lyon and Grover Btone. Doors open 8 f u Hupper at 0 f. m, I Carter’s Band in attendance. I April 99-9 t. L 6ENDASON'JBS’Irom THE OITY. m '; I have spent a week in the markets selecting new styles and patterns in Spring Goods. I have the newest and most up-to-date Clothing in St. Mary’s, with prices to suit the times. Every style of the new Browns and Tan Wor sted represented: in fact any color one can ask. lam offer ing such bargains as follows: Baits Worth $ for $2.75. Saits Worth H tor 4.75. Butts Worth lO tor 0.50. Salts Worth 12 lor 7.75. Balts Worth 15 tor lO 25. Batts Worth 16 tor 10.75. And higher suits In same proportion. A beautiful line of Boys Clothing, such as can be found nowhere else in St. Mary’s. Boy a suits worth $ 1.50 for 69ots. Boys suits worth 3 for 9 1.39. Boys suits worth 4.60f0r 2.69. And higher prices with Sizes up to 17. I have as large a stock of SHOES as can be found In any retail Store, in Black and Tan, BIGHT TOP or LOW QUARTERS. Men’s, Woman’s, Boys and Children. Now to Dry Goods. I have All Styles for less Money, 1 r 1 yd wide Brown Calicoes 40. So Cal lease, my Prloss 40. Ginghams, 4 cents. White Goods a full line and one of the largest and handsomest line of Embroideries ever shown. Men’s Pants. Great Values. 91 Pants SB cents. 1.26 Pants 79 cents. 1.50 Pants 98 cents. 2 Pants 1.30 cents. 3 Pants 1.98 cents, and up. A full line of Hats and Caps. Everything at the lowest prices. Oome and examine my stock. Don’t forget the place, I have moved to the Brown Store. Thanking you for past favors, lam yours, L. GENDASON & CO. LEONARDTOWN, MD, tl. J. HARRIS, Leonardtown, Md. 4) W Dealer in Dry Goods, Boots. Shoes. Hats and Caps. Hardware and Groceries a Specialty, All Goods Kept Neat and Clean and sold in any store in the county. lam selling my stock of Clothing at cost and below cost. Agent for Hanline Bros. Guaranteed Ready-mixed Lead and Zinc Paints.; Brush of all kinds. ■ i Come and examine my stock and be convinced. J. J, NORRIS, Leonardtown, Md. March 11, ’o9—6m. Binder h, Mowers, Bakes, Brills, Corn Planter, Sulky Cultivators, Small Cultivators, Plows, Disc Harrows, Peg Harrows. Spring Tooth Harrows, Manure Spreader. Fertilixers, Buggies, Wagons, Binder Twine. Repairs for Machinery on hand. W H. B. WISE, Leonardtown, Md. L. J. CANTER & 06~ CHARLOTTE HALL. MD.. TO OUR POTRONS. We are now opening up Winter goods. Our stock this season Is larger, our assortment more nearly complete and our goods have mostly been purchased at lowest prices. We believe we can render you better accommodations and more satis factory service and trust when you desire to make your winter purchase, you will give us a call. We thank you for your patronage which we have enjoyed in the past, and herewith quote you some of our prices. BUOA.It 0 cU. a lb. 16 OZ ta. 18c. a lb. COFFEE, 14e alb. Armour* MINCE MEAT 1 Sic alb FLOCK 33 ,cta. a bar MIXED HUTS 194 a lb. CANDY 0 to SO eta. a lb WALNUTS 10 eta. a lb. LEMONS IN cto. a do*. ALMONDS, 10 eta. a lb. Fin® 4 Crown RAISINS 8 ota. a lb, BRAZIL NUTS 124 eta. alb. 16 ozpkg. Seeded RAISINS 10c a lb. ORANGES 25 toSOctaados. 16 oz pkg CURRANTS 10 ota. CHOLOOATB (W. Baker®) 40 ota. Very truly yours, L. J. CANTER & 00., Dec 17-tf. Charlotte Hall, Md. i.I.GBAT I Commission Merchant; W.'U. Am. * 10th St, Wiahiagtoa, &■ C. jw, >k. uia of all kind* of oo ? n| W Produce will give*Pcl J aeisjlj** the Ailing ol ji order* for merchandise Prompt return*, liU „ k ,n P er . Simnoii-J ofiii Tobacco; Joseph H. Spencer 0. June*, Pnnt illlnltf ’n,m •ou, of Wilson, Parmer A more; Nation*! (lank of Hepublto, WiuHH Ington, D. O.j Jacob Warden, Berry Correspondence solicited with atoek shippers. Write for market tin tag* for •hipping Veal and Lamb*. Always matt card giving tbs number used. W. H. Moons Joes Mpsd W. H. Moore & Oo BR0CE&8 AND Commission Merchants, 106 SOUTH CHARLES ST., BALTIMORE. jaaenawEß— lßß OLD STAND. ' -in- Leonard town. | l TOLL AND COMPLETE LINE Of General Merchandise OF THE BEST QUALITY. Dry Good*. Notions, Sboss. I I Bats, Caps, Groceries, Osn- I aed Goods, Hardware. Olg- I <ars, Whiskies, Wines, | | >A*nd everything necessary to make up e first-class stora. Ws solicit your ps trouge. Lb elegant line of Hen'! Shirt*, Tie* and Bom. Loker & deWaal, Saul Levinson. THE WELL KNOWN j WATCH MAKER A JEWELER. / j 'trisr^Ss^w j ' ’§■ Will now and hereafter continue to b in leonardtown lor tbe accommodation of the people of Bt. Mary's. 1 will be in Leonard town one week in every two uontba and will do all kinduf repairing, I bare also established a branch with Fox wall A Jobneon to receive at any •••■ time all repairing necessary, any one de siring repairing ?an apply at Fox well * Jobneon, any ordere sent either to Leon ard town or to my etore 834, E. Balti more Btreet will receive prompt atten tion. HAUL LEVINSON, my City Store ia at 834 E. Baltimore Bt. April I—tf Baltimore, Ud. Come And See SPBINcTdISPLA Y. \ w extend a special invitation to our friends and the general public during this shopping sea son to give us a call and examine our stock and get our prices be fore buying elsewhere. HOEB and DKBOS QOODtt, Our Stock of Dress Goods, Waist Goods, Dry Goods and Notions, generally are right up-to-date, and the prices are the verr low est in fact there is not a better stock to select from in the coun ty, also our line of Shoes are 1 right up to the scratch all the way through and you will find I that our prices ars as low if not | lower than any other place. OKOCBKIBB, We always keep a fine lino of B Groceries that are New and A Clean and of the very best anal- Ity for tbe money asked them. CANDIES, We have candy galore as fine stock as yon will find In Souffb-V ern Maryland and we will nultsb prices with tbe lowest. ? In fact our whole Stock off Goods are full and up-to-date InLgvery line. Call and see for yourselves J and we will be glad to show our goods whether we can please you or not. Drury & Saunders , AT SISTERS’GAT*. Leonard town, Md, V , Nov. 22, -lf. For House of Delegatee.