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One square, one Insertion. $1 OC Each subsequent insertion 6fi el .'in lines or less constitutes aquan A liberal deduction made for yeai I y advertisements. Correspondence ■ so h i red OUR BEST SALESMAN 1 Is the fact that we rarely ever lose an order when the customer examines our grades when considering our prices. This applies to both our high and low priced grades. We have a large and well assorted stock of Lumber, Mill Work and other Building Materials. We have just completed improvements to our mill which will greatly increase our ability to turn out special Mill Work. ■ . . .We want your business and will give it prompt and courteous attention. W. A, SMOOT & CO.. Inc. ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA I J. FENNER LEE. U. B. FOOTE LEE A FOOTE LICENSED Real Estate k Insurance Brokers California, 81. Mar.v’H County, Maryland, We want a Hat of 100 more farms for the consideration of immediate purchaser*. I .ini your Farms glib ns for Quick Sales and Good Price*. AGENTS FOR CONTINENTAL LIFE IN- PETERSBURG SAVINGS SURANCE COMPANY, A INSURANCE COM of Wilmington, Del. PANY The maximum of service at the of Petersburg, V. mainimmn of cost. The Continental lots furnish ed .S years of Old Live Loral I-el us write ,o„r insurance Reserve Insurance absolutely in an old live company, eslsb free to many in this Stale.' . ’ . netted in IHOO. and doing an IVhv Not Inivstigate? honest business Vf*r Hint*-. | 7 l-'UI If. Garage Storage, Repairs, Oils Vulcanizing, Gasoline Car* for Hire Day or Night. Maxwell Agents for 1916 FULL LINE FORD PORTS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ST. HART’S AUTO CO.. CO AD iV* no DOFS, Prop*, LEONARDTOWN, MU. I Shop of Quality I HUH PENN A. AYE. I S. OPPENHEIMKK, p*,,*.™™,. I Washington, i>. c. H l v St. Mary’s County Headquarters for up-to-date Mein’s Furnishinga, Goods and Hat*. Von will he suited and s \ save money. Send os your mat) order if yon cannot come. “jp We pay express both ways. Write for samples. i * 4-0-1 (i-tf. $ - Estate Broker 4* Have you ever tried to repair WM one of the kind of pumps OF ’A| that has to be removed 111 “bodily” from the well * kill every time it is necessary to Maryi Mid. in *' x a valve or any i® other little trouble, and that ———— wH* requires a mechanic and a . 11 kit of tools for the operation? ifOO barms, fiOOO to %50.- If o you’ll appreciate ! 000. Waterfronts, Inter s^AT.irKt: R E tale That’s For Sale In sosasv to woes so esav id nx O Southern Maryland. When anything does got I I The only Real wrong any one can fix I Estate Brokers licensed ‘ ’ ,( ‘ rk of th Circuit TTtey save money d by I oo “ rt . c t Bt ' Mary ’* Co ' savingtimeandtrouble. MV-t vl Both 1- armors and to the We’ve been building “*| Manor Born. pumps for 40years and Eg II i| when we build one for I \ I J. C. HOWARD. Ccitalop.e 1 ’ 1 * 61 d 2 I Leonardtown, Md. Handled by Dealers, % ffPAI J. W. FREEMAN, } 2j Great Mills, Md. I _ V0L.77 i KONAinmm x, MD., Tini;si)A v. ,iri,v , nmi, 4hio jTHFRADCLiFFE BOOSTER CLUbI L_ C H A U T A U QUA_J j■ - ' ~ ■ ■ ■ 1; m,,u —■ - ==| A Three Day Whirlwind jof Things Worth While You Will Get Up Early and Co to Bed Late, but You Will Have Had a Grand. Good Time and Will H-ver Torget |t Four Things Will Be GivgjPlr s Emphasis? 1. COMMUNITY CO-OPJERATION'f 2. BETTER SCHOOLS 3. INCREASED FARM PRODUCTION 4. GOOD CITIZENSHIP m 11 1. COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION Get together And pull together. A BOOSTERS' CLUB of live, determined business men, who will lay aside petty self-interest, and work together for the general good, will pot this town on the map, and it will stay there. Fall together to make our town more attractive. Full together and bring our boys and girls to realise that in the development of our national resources, in promot ing more scientific farming, in making better schools, in building better roads, in developiag manufacturing enterprises, in bringing in op-t -date methods of merchandising, and in countless other way* of community-building, there an op portunities right in the “old home town" for a career of usefulness such as can not be found eiae where. 2. BETTER SCHOOLS Ignorance tend* to poverty and poverty tende to crime. The majority of the law-breaken and criminals in our county jail are illiterate. Educe tioa prevent* crime. It costs leu to give a boy a good education and start him on a useful career then it wonld cost later on to give him a trial and execute him for committing a crime; and the result is more satisfactory. We waat oar town to have as good schools as can be found in the State The Hawkeve Glee Club,— Kimr nn " vun mvn w, <° “> nr- MOW cjv ucv WWW. , I|<jnjr and w,., m * hutour. T<>*rtir !t,ov fqnu u m.lMi, till vocul i|Ur,i(. n,0r,408 <gurtull nn4 quarlvttu TH Irion. •ul-. duola and rnudlna* arc equally anjoyalila. T mini ailm on* of (hair apiuuirautce* la to )< a rara traat. Vijv , ■% g ■ InHMi Mists Verna Leone Page, 0 /*® Tt . violinist of Tb* fimblt- ('oncert I'arly, is one of the few women vlolliilats who has achieved, a (treat popularity with the public Her playing baa a charm and sympathy that reaches the heart, and It la this personal note in her work that Is (lie secret of het iuvariable ijc cess. She COmea before tier umlieuce aa a well bred cultured young lady, with a charmingly modest manner which Immediately wins her hearers. I --■f’- - 11 i Jk... BE A BOOSTER It Isn’t Youk Town- It’s Y<HJ -■ijr If you want to (two in |ho Hnd of o town Qks tho kind af o'wwn you tika. You noaOn'l slip youfefotHoo in grip And olarl on a lon|, long hiko You'll only find wkottyou loft koh.nd, Ear thofo's noth.Rg Mot' really now, Ifa a knock at yokrootf wkon you knock youc tn. It ion't your town-Mt'e YOU. ;J® Root town* are net mado by man afraid Loot oomahady also o*to ohood Whon ovoryono work* and nokody shirks, Yau ton rataa a town from ths daad. And H, wKilo yau ntsks your porwmal stake Your nstghksr can unsks on# too. Your town wiß ko what yau want ts It ion’t year town—lt’s YOU I ff-v —-x r • A ■ I i yU I \ Jy , / I l*:>slr ■j4 Gertrude Payneklnski.- playing with Ore and brlUlanoy, put ting a living soul in the lustrumeut. flparkllng readings in a style all her own add attractive features to the pro gi%nt u- ■■ I 3. INCREASED FARM PRODUCTION The empty Market Baekets of the World are com ing to America. Can we fill them) Bring the farmers into closer touch with the State and the United States Departmeat of Agriculture for the purpoe of obtaining expert, piactical advice on farm problems, inch as Fertilisation, Rotation of Crops, Intensive Cultivation, Farm Labor, Farm Management. Marketing, Etc I. OOOD CITIZENSHIP If yon respond to the needs of yoor town with what yoor town needs from YOU. then no matter what your vocation may be, you are, indeed, a good citizen. When a dozen such cilixens get to gether they can resurrect a town from the dead and make it an ideal town to live in. Environ ment creates Tendencies. What is the environ ment of the boys and girls of our town ? Ideals aad Amusement* affect Character. Impure water, foal closets, filthy back yards, merchandise unpro tected from Hies, effect Health. We don’t want any more Typhoid Pever, Malaria. Diphtheria, in our town. Paint and lime are two of the greatest disinfectant* ever discovered. Let us paint np onr residences end stores, and whitewash trees, fences aad outhouse* It will make a healthier aad pret tier town. KrtflSl F I % 11 Ik I i I ... , ’. J } \ * ! \ Mr. Ernest Gamble, “f l irnaao can tante, ha acldeverl a position among tbs foremost comwrt singers Ills ver saltUfy la (s.’sltlvelj unique while tils smuucistlon la itself a i*wclal gift. Bw f M W AjpPi® \\ I aaßßr 4 fipr ; s JSß l 1 3 I | iRw-JS ' HN K .‘IL, I 3 V -i' , s*rTr # Ernest Gamble Concert Party.- -,”*' most famous orKnlra:lon of Us ' „. . kind In this country. There | s no hettsr. r fnere Ibo ons star and no supporting company Each mem hi la md individual - artiAt An ablu critic hao said, 4 ’Tly*ir prcigramn not popular ut* to txs musically cheap and not ao clasalcal ns not to ho popular." y%-.. i * >^P^ : v i sP g* wKBn I • Mi HV w r * :$ (& HF i-i m The Ernest Gamble Concert Parly Tlie fact llutl this la the thtrteuntb coiiset titlvc ami auecMaful aeawm Is eloquent tesiiuiouy that The Uauible Party Is a gn-at favorite with music loveisi. BUILD UP YOUR HOME TOWN m THE LAND OF “OPPOBTUNITY.” In all the history f this aouthorn land of oura thara haa navar baan a time whan "Opportunity" haa baan ao inaiatantly knocking at tha door aa now- Every- W.-'o - w w a. an unselfish "pulling together,” good oitiuna may la/ tha foundation and bdll* .vM tha graat eity of tomorrow out of tho small town of today. FIFTEEN HUNDRED SOUTHERN TOWNS LIKE YOURS. Batwasn tha Potomac and tha Qulf of Mexico thara ara fifteen hundred towns Mho yours. Boms larger, soma smaller. They include a larger percentage of English-speaking, native-born Americana than any other similar area of the entire United States. Thara ia a larger percentage of church membership and ahuroh attendance, and there la a higher moral tone pravading in tha homsa of these towns than in any other section of this great country. Whenever a young man or young woman leaves one of these towns to seek his or her fortune in one sf the great cities, they leave behind them a better home and better influences than they will ever find elsewhere. YOU NEED YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS TO BUILD YOUR TOWN. You must held our boys and girla by making the "old home town” the most attraetlve spot on earth. A "dead town” will never hold them. You have got to give them clean, decent amusement and entertainment, and you have got to give them a chanoe for as groat a career at home aa they think they can find alee* where. -J THE 810 THINGS RIGHT AT HOME. There Is an abundant opportunity right in your town and in the surrounding country far every one of your young men and young women to achieve the vary greatest success. You need them In developing your natural resources, in pr*£| moling mere scientific farming, in making batter schools, in strengthening your churches, in building better roads, In promoting manufacturing enterprises, in bringing In up-to-date methods of merchandising, in improving sanitary condi tions, in beautifying your hemes. THE BOOSTER CLUB CHAUTAUQUA. Your town needs an annual Chautauqua. It is one of the things that helpa to make a town a better place to live In. It is a creator of idsale and a source ef Inspiration. If ysu are a good oltixsn, you are going to help in bringing it, and when it is ever you are going to be happy because you did your part. ■mEi i - ‘ wb Herbert and Floy Mahon Spraflue.-^^;^;^^^^ clever people, and yet a unique method they seem to fill tbo stago with different | Characters In Rip Van Winkle they present the entire story of tho lovable | vagabond in tha masterly manner that bos made them to tho Chautauqua what 1 Joe Jefferson wao to the stage. I mEm M&. W. H. Nation.— •-> • *rom the broad Kansas plain* a breath of the spirit (hat ha* made that stale so fntuoua for its fear less handling of all the modern Ideas that have for their aim the promotion of better living and letter thinking. I Na£; -p i iwr h': ■ 1 I Ambrose Moore.—' tothework splendidly fitted by edncatlon and training to handle modern truths In a forceful and atrik lug manner. He invests the so called everyday things of life with a new beauty and eacrednesv. JOB PRINTING J _ BILL. HKADS LKTTKB HBAi, | BTATKMKNTB ' ENVELOPES BUBINSBB f*HU HANDBILLS INVITATIONS EHOOKAMfi CIRCULARS POSTERS LEUAL BLANKS BTC CITY PRICES Jr Dr. W. T. S. Culp.— A *‘ ■• r • to r of power lu Illu minating and Interpreting ideals. A student of great themes ami a speaker of tremendous force ami prophetic vi sion. A master of brilliant satire. W v l f Harold C. Kessinger.— A ‘ ** e t, ® e of his elec- s tiou to the Illinois legislature be was the youngest memlier of that body. "The Bishop’s Candle Sticks” and ”Tb* , Almighty Hollar" have town declared | by some of the largest Chautauqua as semblies of this country to lie among the really great platform messages.