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LEON A•> TOWN. MD. PRANOIH V. KINO, Kdltor. s, _ _ m THURSDAY MOBNIMfI, AugU8t26,1909 Democratic TicHct. For Comptroller", JOSHUA W. BERING, oj Carroll County. For Associate Judges B HARRIS CAMAIiIKR, FILLMORE BEALL For Clork of Circuit Court. JOS. B. DRURY. For Register of Wills. BENJ. COMBS For the State Senate. J. FRANK SMITH. For The House of Delegatee. GEORGE L. BUCKLER. CHARLES V. HAYDEN. For Sheriff. JOHN L. HILTON. For County Commissioner FREDERICK WATHEN. For County Treasurer P. J. MEDLEY. For Surveyor. CHARLES A. HEARD mgmmgSSSSSSm •' - - State to Rebuild ‘Plank Bridge.' Under date of August 23, instant, Chairman J M. Tucker, of the State Roods Commission, writes Wm, M. Loker, Clerk to our County Com missioners. that “pious and speolfl cations are now ready for about d miles of road.beginning at the cor porate limits of Leonardtown and running towards Morgana. The Commission will advertise at ones for bids so that work may begin in 3or 4 weeks. The stretch Of road in question includes the -I lank Bridge” which has been closed as dangerous for travel. Gov. Croth era examined the bridge during his recent visit to Leonardtown and stated that he would urge the Road Commission to begin worjf on this section at once. The Governor s in terest in the matter is evidently pushing it along. Our Judicial Nominees. Thanks to the forethought and promptness of a friend, who phoned us, we were able to give the nomi nees of the Judicial Convention at La Plata in our last issue. Among other proceedings were: "* J udge^jOamaHe^waajnacad^^ Judge Beall was nominated byT. Enos Ray. The nominations were seconded by Messrs. Grason. of St. Mary's, Hellen.of Calvert, and Rob erts, of Prince Georgh's. The nom inations were made by acclamation, and a committee was appointed to wait upon the candidates and notify them of their nominations, when they appeared and were received with prolonged applause by the del egates and large audience in attend ance. Judge Gamaliel 1 accepted his nomination with the following re marks; “Gentlemen of the Convention "I am overwhelmed by your mark ed approval of my judicial labors and the warm and enthusiastic greet ing you have given me. I have come here not to trespass upon your time by making any extended remarks, but merely to respond briefly and gratefully to the call of your honor able committee Informing me of ray nomination as one of the candidates for Associate Judge of the Seventh Judioial Circuit of this State. 1 ac cept it with a full heart, knowing the grave and responsible duties which it carries with it, ard I thank you, gentlemen of the convention, and through you, the good people of the Circuit, from my very heart’s core. “I have carefully surveyed the field over which our contest is to be made and feel an abiding conviction that we will all hall with joy the tri umphant ratification of the action of Ibis convention by all the people on the second of November next. If elected. 1 pledge you that my great est struggle, my most earnest pray er shall always be, in the future as it has been in the past, to hold the scales of justice with an even hand, and in the discharge of my every duty 1 will know no party, ( food or faottoo, 1 will trut no lead nr In tho fight. Hut In my every thought ana action 1 wIU truet In Mod to do the right.” Judge Camalier was followed by Mr. Fillmore Beall, who said: Gentlemen of the Convention “I thank you for the opportunity of returning my beartfellthanks and appreciation of the great honor you have conferred upon me in this uom ination. No man can have a higher appreciation of the fact that things worth having come only by untir ing exertion, and that to attain any degree of success in this life w must have eternal vigilance. I therefore have no apology to make for having cherished an ambition to hold the high position for which . you have just given mo (he nomina tion. “In accepting this nomination no one can be unmindful of the great responsibility which goes with it, far the judge, in some measure is the custodian of the property and liberty of his fellow man. How im pomnt then that the incumbent of the place should notabuse this great power, for he is after ail but the spokesman for the law. ' “The duties of a judge in this 7th Judicial Oircuitare greatly softened and his pathway toduty made clear er by the fact that the bars of the several counties are composed of men of the highest integrity, learn ed in their profession, aud by the —— — —'— l — llll further fact that our citizens are S law abiding and show:* high regard for the majesty or the law. ‘ If, by the suffrages of the pro- * pie I should be elected, I promise ■ you adischargeoftbedutles inr.posiui ’j upon me according o the ability J which God has give > me without I fear, favor or alfi-ctlor.” Both, car,dldatoß after the conven- t ion received many congratulations ' ,nd were greatly encouraged bv the , lumorous proffers of support and ■ ixpressions of confidence of success | it the general election. Rules for Doaling with the Fly Nuisance Keep thefliesaway from the sick, especially those 111 Uh contagious diseases. Kill every fly that strays Into the sick room. His body is covered with disease germs. Do not allow decaying material of any sort to accumulate on or near your premises. All refuse wbish tends in any way to fermentation, such as bedding, straw, paper waste, and vegetable matter, should be disposed of or covered with lime or kerosene oil Screen si I food, whether in the house or exposed for sale. Keep all receptacles for garbage carefully covered and the cans clean ed or sprinkled with oil or lime. Keep all stable manure In vault or pit, screened or sprinkled with lime, oil or other cheap preparations, such as are sold by a cumber of re liable manufacturers. See that your sewage system is in good order; that it does not leak, is up to date and not exposed to flies. Pour kerosene Into the drains. Burn or bury all table refuse. Screen all windows and doors, especially in the kitchen ar d din log room. If you see flies, you may bo sure that their breeding place is In near by fllih. It may bo behind the door, under the table or in the cuspidor. If there is no dirt and filth there will be no flics If there Isa nuisance in the neigh borhood write at once to the health department. To Km, Puns; The london “Lancet,” the loading medical journal of the world, say that the best and simplest fly killer is a weak solution of formaldehyde in water (two leaspoonfulls to the pint). Place in plates or saucers throughout the house. Ten cents worth of formaldehyde fill last an ordinary fafhily all summer. It has no offensive smell, is fatal to dis ease organisms, and is practically nonpoisonous except to insects. Pyrethrum powder, which may bo bought at any drug store, burn ed in the house will also kill the flies. lev AdTertlswenls. i -FOR SALE J Seed Wheat at Stond's Wharf. Apply to L "WwL 1 I® -1 ' MIANUS? ; ASK M. R. BAILEY, [ RIVER SPRINGS. MD. FOR RENT. 8 tore-house, large and rooroey. (tight ly (Hunted for doing h splendid business with water trade which is cash during 1) months or more in the year. W.T*. PoWBUi, Aug. 20—1 m. Airodola, Md. MIIKKIFFH SALE OP VALUABLE Ileal Estate. 1N BT. INIGO’S DISTRICT. By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued out of the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County at the putt of F.rnest Bohanan against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of Frank Dunbar and Oeorge A Dunbar, his son, and to me directed. 1 have seized and taken lit exe cution all the right, title, claim, interest and demand in law and in equity, nf the said Frank Dunbar and Oeorge A. Dunbar, bis son, in and to the following tract or parcel of land called and known ns PROGS HAUL, containing 80 acre*, more or less, Prank Dunbar's interest in the said tract of land, being a one third interest, and covering 32 acres, more or loss; and George A. Dunbar's interest being a one-fourth interestandcovering 16 acres of tbesaid tract; mure or loss. The land is located In St. Inigo's dis trict and is desirable and fertile laud. And I hereby give notice, that on Tuesday, September 21, 1909, nt the Court Housedoor in Leonard town at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M. I will expose to public auction the above describedproperty. so seised and taken into execution to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy said debt interest and costs due and to become due thereon. UENRT C. DENT, , Aug. 20—td. Sheriff. FOR RENT. 1 will rent the Store nod Dwelling at Volley Lee, Md.. formerly owned by the late Win. J. Bean, for one or more years. This is an excelled stand and a good opportunity for an enterprising merch ant. For terms apply to T. floorKß km, April 20—tl. VaUey Lae. For Rent. Residence in Charlotte Hail, comfort a itle dwelling bouse, containing 10rooms, with tenant bonne and 20 acres of arable land; on railroad. Convenient to Char lotte Hall Academy. Tuna* moderate. M . A STATE ROAD COMMISSION. ' j Notice to Contractors. HK.AI.KI> I’KOPOMAI-H for grading, bridging | and drain!* a flection of HtaU) Highway about a and forty ulnon© hundreths miles tn length i Riung tii lianlrsvlltc and Leonafrilo tiofld, beginlng at l/ooifardtown, to the boun ty of Ht, fl sr’ye will >e received by the Hoad GommMoo, at its office# Ut the t T nlon J rnst Building. Baltimore, Maryland, until of the fth day of Hoptemher, 1909 at which time and place they will be publicly opting and read. , Iti'i.t he made upon Mankato bo fur iiluhed by the lommlaslun, on sppncMtoii , and nay inont of two dollar*. No bull will bererelvod nnleeaancompanleil j by a nertliled check for the euro of Klve Hun- ■ dred (> Hollar*, payable Co the state Road Commlaaion. The successful bidder will lie required to , give bond and comply with the Act of the General Aaaembly of Maryland of HAW, Chap- ( ler 111 rcepoctlng contract*. , | Tho Oommlealon reeervea the right torn, Jec.tany and all bld. Hy order of the State Road Commission, . this 28th flhy of August, IfW. JOHN fi.TUOKKH, Chairman. i J.C. UOWKBMAN. Heeretary. ■ Aug. , IWU—2t. Vaiaabie Farms For Sale. Farm No. 1. Hu 100 acre* clewed ami timbered land known as Fish Com mission situated directly on Cheseneake Bay. Has three fourths mile waterfront. j Ten miles view upand down Bay. Beau tiful cummer home. Splendid oyster bottom to be had by loaning same from • State. PremlHee generally, bnildingH etc, i in good repair. Farm No. 3 adjoins No t. Contains 250 acres cleared and timbered land I- j ■ tmi ted on South of St. Jerome’s Creek. I , Beautifully located. Desirable for any purposes. Promises generally, buildings , etc., in good repair. Farms No. I, 3 and 4 left. Buy while you have thiH exceptional opportunity ; 1 offered yon. Ton need a home. Heol 1 estate is growing scarcer and higher. Harder every day tn obtain located as one wishes it. These beautiful lan lsare situated on the lovey Chesapeake and , St. Jerome’s Creek. Level, Fertiler easily cultivated, conveniently located to Churches, schools and Steamboat whar ves make them desirable for any and all 1 purposes. Buildings, fences,etc. in good repair. ' Form No. 4 can be divided into two smaller farms and made spleml'd homes. J Laud is level Easy cultivated responds quickly and adapted to the growth of all kinds of grains and other currnts fruits, 1 etc,, etc. Conveniently located to Churches. Schools and Wharves. Can be bought on easy terms long time pay ments. Write or call for information. ? W. P. POWELL, 7 Aug. 20—if. Airedele. Md. r I p Wood’s Descriptive Q 1 Fall Seed Catalog now ready, pivrs th© fullest '• inform at .on about all y Seeds for the y Farm and Garden, Grasses and Clovers, 0 Vetches, Alfalfa. m Seed Wheat, Oats. " Rye. Barley, etc. Abo tells nil alxuit ~ Vegetable & Flower Seeds that can t'C planted in the fall to Advantage and prosit, and about Hyacinths, Tulips and other 'ktrofuuu*. Bulb*. and I _ Supplies and Fertilisers. Every Kaimvr And clnrdouet hoolrt have this own ini: Ut tnvslosWe In Ibi hrlpfulnsr mid I'lggsSUvo Me* for a prnm*b!c end ratt-fnclory Farm or Harden. CaU'aUuo moiled tree on request. Write for It. T. W. WOOD S SONS, J Q Seedsmen, - Richmond, V*. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. In the Circuit Court tor St. Mary’s Co. No. 1120 N. B. , it. T. Dawson A Co.,' John Bo Hurst A Co. and Amstrong. Cator A Co., all of Baltimore City, Plaintiffs, vs. James T. Ferre*tell and others, defendants. THE object ol this suit is to procure a decree for the sale of the real estate ol Anastasia 8 Uenville, late of Saint Mary’s County deceased, for the pay ment of the debts of said deceased The bill states that said Anastasia S. Renville departed this life about the first of August, 1008. indebted to H. T. Daw son A Co. on judgment in the sum ol $081.84, with interest from Hoptemliei 13, 1004, and #8.05 costs on same; tu John E. Hurst A Co.,' in the sum ol #478.80, ou judgment, with interest from September 14, 1004 and $8.05 costs ou same; and to Armstrong, Catot & Co., on judgment, in Abe sum of #BBB, 08, with interest from September 13 1004 and |8 05 costs on same and leav ing the following persons as her heirs at law; namely, James T. Forrestell, John T. Forrestell, William Forrestell, Wol ter Forrestell. Anna Farrell, Sallie Ma honey, Anna W. Bohanan, Lawrence P Williams, Margaret Warnick, Anna Parkbnrst. Frank Barnes and Jamet Barnes, and that the said Sallie Mahoney Frank Barnes and James Barnes a-i non-residents of the State of Maryland That said Anastasia 8. Renville died, Seized and possessed of the follow ins real estate, lying and being in Balm Mary’s County, namely, one lot or par cel of land containing five acres, improv ed by two dwelling houses and a s'ort house, called and known as "Smith villu" or "The Pine” ami also thirty acres ol woodland detached therefrom. All tlu eaid real estate being located in the First Election District ol said Coonty. That administration on the persona estate of said deceased bok lieen granted by the Orphans Court of Saint Mary't County, bnt that said persona* estate li insnltlcient to pay the debts of said de ceased. It is thereupon by the Court thin Kith day ot August. 1801), that the plaintiffi cause a copy ot this order together wit! the object and substance ol the Bill t<; bn inserted in some newspaper publish ed in Baint Mary's County, once a wed for lour successive weeks, before the 20th day of September, 100.1, giving rmtlct to the non-resident defendants in said bill and warning them to appear in this Court, in person or by attorney, on oi Indore the 11th day of October, 1000, to show cause, if any they have, why a de cree should not pass as prayed ENOCH B. ABELL, Clerk. Circuit Court for Bt. Mary's County. True copy —Test. ENOCH B. ABELL, Clerk. Greenwell’s Mill. FLOUR, Moa! and Feed on hanc (or sale all the time cheap for cask Hereafter, in order to avoid bav tog to keep mil! books, all orden must be acoompaaied by the cash F. F, eRHEHWBLL. MILLI3ONB BARGAIN HOUS E T,EO,\AIU)TOWN. WITH A NEW STOCK P3R THE PALL AND WfN PER CHEAPER than ever. • clothing! Men's Suits a I wool, $2 9" Cotton Mixed Sul s. Any of thorn iif real worth $7 50 Men’s fine Cloth's, fair sots thr la’es 1 stvl" and mik", really wort 1 from sl2 50 to S2O (to mv pric >s an only $6 25 and 975 Cannot b> beaten in U. S. Youth Soil) arc modi) g : vn aw y Children Suits as low. as 45c, pr suit and up. * Blue Serges No 3 up to 8. i rcilh worth $3 50 per atilt, my prices $1 75 Men’s Pants from 40c up to $4 50 per pair. Children pants, 4 pair for 25c, GICOCEIUKS Granulated Sugir, 22 lbs for one $1 | The best roasted cedes, 7 lbs hr $1 dollar. 3 lbs the best Tea 11. ' Coffee essence 12 boxes for 24cts. Flour the best 12 lbs baps, 10 cts i Broad soda 5 lbs. 10ct. , Ginger Snaps, lb scts. i Crackers, lb Sots. 1 dozen Tumblers 22cts. : St. Pictures I promise for t-alo at j any price you desire St?T any size i you want. Easels, straw mattings and wall paper. . ■ SHOES. Au, Rkahy For Pall Ladies Congress Shoes, 11-M Men’s Coarso Shoes, 11-10 Ladies flee Shoes, frum 980 a pair up to |3 50 Children Shoes from 25ots up. Men’s fine shoos from |1 05 to |4 a pair. Summer Shoes, Low Quarters art sold now for one half the price. Nico'pairof Russet Slippers for |1 35. was sold for $2 76 in season. The First National Bank of St. Mary’s i Leonardtown, Md. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000. SURPLUS, $25,000. The First National Bank of Bt.'Mary’s invites your accoum Banking is made convenient for all at this Bank, because there is no necessary red tape allowed toenter into the transaction of busi ness with our patrons. Our theory is that time is valuable to all concerned. We are conveniently located, odor, every up to-date facility for promptness In banking -and wish to do business with you our gtff- fIOU THE FIRST NATIOFAL OF ST. MARY’S, LEONARDTOWN, MO. OFFICERS. L. E. MUM FORD, F. O. MORGAN, L. J. STERLING, Cashier. President Vice Prasidont. B. KENNEDY ABELL, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS. *’ L. E. MUM FORD, F, O. MORGAN, F. V. KJNQ, ENOCH H. ABELL, J, W. UKNKHAN, C. B GREENWELL. t J.E.N. Si EUUNG, OR. L. H. JOHNSON, L. J. STERLING. IT WILL I*AY YOU TO . a CONSULT THE ‘ * MAURICE L. KNIGHT. * ' '■w. * • 1025 WEST MUL i j ® dKt--. * h iwtm % BALTiMORE MD. J ‘ gf-'A ■% L i !>.i-; •• Best Stone Cutter And Designer, i.' St HE AGREES TO SAVE YOU It * The Middleman’s Profit on Every Purchase .ot a 5? HIGH GRADE. ■ MONUMENT, TOMB, VAULT. u Deal Direct With The Maker. Quantity and Quality at Whole j sale Prices. % L. W. B. GRAVES. i! HOLLYWOOD, MD. . * e . RKPREBBSTATIVK IN SOUTHERN MAUYLAND. \ i i fafel The way to shoe Knowledge || I |T Wear ■ | ; pQLUMMSN| |Qi 'Slices m lIS3OO S3 50 Mo°i £ SOLD By/ffPfif&WAT/Vf D£4l£ffS |p3 v- Py’TVTrrvTvy a.' kv yv.y \ is c^^-wr^rfaZt ** F. O. MUItGAN, * AGENT, * LEONAKOTOWN. i . . j . -■ \ CLOTHING. Overalls per pair, 33.; inn's ..uspt.u.ief# as iow a.-> 3 pair or 25 f on*s lee’s S<vks. 3 naif for 25 e-enfs JbUdrer.’s stockings in stripes ard • feu’s l ueii c illurs, 7collar . for 23 3. Few Summer skirts 15c a pair. Boy’s Drawers and shirts aregiven iway at 1 lets a piir Vlen’s Necitware, tine Ties for 9,us. .leu’., b .-Itsis really worth 35c to 50c, nv prices is only 14c. Men’s black audolher co’or satteen shirts 36c a piece, is really worth7sc Mon s gloves 6nis a pair. DICY OOOBS. Yard Wide Cotton, 21 yards for one Dollar. Blito ii.digo CL! c , 22 yards fori Dollar. \pron Ginghams 4 fits up. tress Ginghams 5, 6 and 7cts, for the finest O" the market. GBngbwns fr quilling 22 yds for me dollar. Striped cotton for shirts as low as tics, 1 6 r yard. Table Damask Hints a yd, is really worth 40ets Oil cloth for tablecloth, 2 yds 25uls. ■ )11 Window shades 19cts. ~ Nice Harness for set as low as 15 50 and as high as 112 50. Sol will invite all my friends and niKloraerg to rome up and get some of these Bargains. All who spend i dollar or over will receive a pre sent. At. L MILLISON, Leonardtown, Md. • ■ *The New Models 10 and 11 fJ? f Remington 1 ■ HAVE ■ Every merit that Remington Typewriter* have alwayt had. ■ Every merit that any typewriter haa ever had. I New and revolutionary improvements which no type writer hat ever had, 1 I Model 10, with Column Selector ■ Model 11, with Built-in Tabulator J I ■ Remington Typewriter Company I ■L (Incorporated,’ 6gjk New York and \ Hh I Everywhere 23 l|>. Fayette Street, HALTIMCKK. IF ' , • YOU WANT PROTECTION A ii A INST FIRE Insure In • Stock Companies. DO PREMIUM NOTE REQUIRED. TUB OEPICK OP WILLIAM BHEDD HOLTON., GENERAL INSURANCE AO ENT *$"••• •”•■ Washington, D.C' Residence, Htattsvilli. , Long Distance Phone. L. DU HOIS, Local Solicitor, MECHICS.VILLE, MD. /Lina! COTHIN6 mwm Prices Radically Marked Down. V'• . '*. - , ’ s•s•- * Come and get some REAL BARGAINS. Fine Clothing and other things at CUT Prices. Let us show you 11 V v:^j ■ • ' 4 W. 0. MORGAN, Leonardtown, Md FIRE! FIRE! FIREI Those contemplating taking FIRE nsurance in stock companies, would do well to drop a postal to the under signed. Np/hotes. Cheap rates. Best Companies. POLICIES WRITEN IN YOUR OWN COUNTY. • Only Agent tlkt is thus authorized. J, C HOWARD , Agent, LEONABDTWHi MD.