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i| Hi 3 Hzn '839 I II , j ' *A , '"}■ . *y V ——*•— - S?V£ Sc (Eomprniy w t in r n ' lIL. mm .d&p-- Jk' * 1 _^^oßh|^h^^h ' Prices arc not high—cxcept where qualities arc low. It has been our good fortune to b abl o command old-time woolens ', at practically old-time prices. With the saving of a maker’s profit, by doing the work in our own shops you see that in Saks Clothes you get just o.'posJ'e of #h- yoti do in most shops. Here the qualities arc and the , vklow with Saks distinctive and individual style th; . n. • Voung Men’s, and Conservative dc., iiUs and Overcoats. Beginning at $30.00 Junior H Clothes Suits and Overcoats d 4 dc xpressly for the boys who are just leaving sU t .. r <ts. Styles suitable for their years and not men’s ma n . ..*, U . new department with us—and one the b ys . .’ciafe. Junior High Suite and Gvev.uts Begfnhmg at $. 0.00 • ** 1 K"“ ’ V 2 ' for Boys 1 know how hard nis i •■' \! 'he hoys sit up and Right posture will ; adi them to do it % so hc.'jef.*’iai.to ika physical de ighi Posts a* .k/ to -c ,u no lii :r Clethes can be , 70) 18 years. eginning &i $ i 1.75 ’ !: | RemcmLe Whatever You I - -* HUBBARD MARINE ENGINE^ r jßr *flr Hi Medium Weight- Medium Speed f V am J|#sa Simple-Reliable m m~> mB fSMrnjmm Economical in Fuel 4 E Built'For' E'- Long Hard Service JJ E H all sizes in stock 3 K iP --™M iiS-j Complete Repair Stock 3 K wife \ —~— 3 ‘., : Wt m Valuable TfRPrroRY Open i E S9WW$* For Dealers. J E 4S Write at once to ‘4, Ca UGHTj.WD L#IRARD STS, v, * V. * jl * 'JOk* ■ *. " m T 'lwm. : wMB wfe P*~?tm n|,% Jl lIM j| Jr 4L’ CJ| I 111 1 lll£\ 1 11 1 I ®* j #llj|Br,£ ji I I| I I HLr M IL K. 4k JL-'. IB W IK KjL - “ IT ! VOL HO- LEONARDTOWN. Ml>„ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1919. 4985 ,_: i JL-™ g,,.. . &j ■•:•--•' : - - i Public Sale “FORKS'!' FALL” FARM, of lUO acre#, near JarboeaviUe, on new Stale road. Fair im provement*. Half tillable , land, balance in good timber. JOHN KI.APP, #-!H-4t Jarhoeeville, Md. ~... ... I I I—.. -rr : -I- 1-- -i-| '|- ,■■ 1 LIBERTY BONDS Bought for ea&b, blghwt prices paid. Money promptly remitted without do- Washington hjWfy Botfd Fvch*r>'* < V- ~ ~""” .■ r - i ! >itP l T ~' '’ 1 11 " u '“‘-'"T!"",' I — L, *wr\ p*o cd I “JJ ' | Have the world’s greflPSr Wit and in strumental artists entertain you in your own home. A Colombia Grafonola and G)lumbia Records fcaake this possible Let us arrange for a redial at ypur home, • without obligation on your part. Gill , or write us. Harry P. Wise (fvStl Harry C. Grove, . I|j( ><2# lnc.% > •. K Washington, Brandywine Point Lookout Railroad Gmlpany Schedule of trains between Hrnidytfirte. Md., and Methanicsville. Md.. mibjoet to tfange without notice. Effective's.Dl A. M. Octker 2, 1019. SOUTH. No, 2 No. 4 hUBTH No. I So. 3 t- Btaodywla* 9.40 A. ML .J 0 P.M I . NtArndlf 4WA M. 2JA P M *• CodwniW 940 640 "he.rMi, J.,|9 134 ■■ (omCiooN 944 Hi 4S "C#S6rHa HI til “ WmMb 10.01 631 tfekalT 5.4? H “ UiMCm 4007 647 -%*#>•** FI4O fI4S - - Mamu FIOM F 7.01 “®Vi $J| 148 “ 1019 7.0 Fo4t eil* ;... ; ssl w •=-* u - '■^wKr I*' 1 *'- ut ut ■(UoIM <. 728 'UM| Hi 17 0.12 “ NrwSUrfcr, 10 JJ 7.2) -Odar.Jb 612 1.17 A, MotwciA 1042 _. 7.12 A, fbaad,.,** 6)2 127 F- Slop only on notice to conductor Ut ra-wive or dim-barge paaaengera. <‘onnrU with all iVnnayfvania U It. train* at Brahdywine to and from Baltimore and Washington. Schedule of SUNDAY train* between Brandywine, Md., and Mltchanicsvillo, Md., subject to change without notice. Effective 6.01 A. M. October 2. 1919. SOUTH. No. 2 No. 4 NORTH. No. 1 No. 3 U WauhlngUm Rlga.in. .VPtp.ro, L Mwliaoicarllto ~M a. m. 3.35 pm L. Baltimore , *l 541 New Mark** 6.38 14. J Uv. Hratidrwln# 10,1'. 1.35 Charlotte Hall f 1.40 3.46 Odarvllle HI M 113 )k KB M F 49 Gate* Ccoa’g FIO.SI Fl.4* March t.’rtwa'g K 8.40 K 3 52 Woodvllle 10.42 152 Huj-beavill* B.W SiU Gallant Oreeo 10.41 1.51 Mnoofl'f FB.flfl F4.nl Mason's K 10.51 SOI Galium flrtwn 1,00 4.06 HugbeiriUe 10 59 *.l Woodvllle I,of. 4.10 HurehCroa'gFll 01 .ll oa* ‘wiwtot Ft 10 K 4.15 Oak, 11.04 M 4 Charlotte Hall 11.(6 I* Av 11. and y wins 1.T2 4*l New Market 11.10 *.• A, ItaUiwnn. V. 46 (Jin A. Mcchan'vllle 11. IS H.2A At, Washington 0.50 8.42' F —Stop* only on aiirna! to oonduotor to reoeiva or ilmcliargr |>Mn>xoni Conneota with all IVnimylvania itailrow! train* at Brandywine* to and from Baltimore and Washington. TO OUR PATKONM-—Th Wa*higU*n. Hnndywim* A Point Lookout It. It. Co. invite* your attention to it* now achodtile pnhliabod alwve. A now garolino ear, cjcetuaivoly for pamrnim*, with ampin loaltng oapa eity amt lighted by rlootrioily, haa l-‘n (ml on, and the Company ta pro pared to giro the t**ople of St. Mary’* <|Bik, ofUcient. romfortablo and up-to-date aorvitso. The Washington, Brandywine tt Point J.ookout H. It. i* now owned and operated by onr own people, and you ahoold help them make a auo i'e of the venture. Try a trio on the new Bu. It gives you a whole buailtena day in Baltimore and Washington, enabling you to return the evening of the same day, (11-*O-tf. .' " ' IIM TJ " !' J ■ / .Ha ' ' o First solid lires-- then pneumatic tires made motoring possible—now the Three- Point Suspension Springs of the new Overland 4 make motoring comfortable. In addition, these wonderful springs protect the car, prolong its life, and are largely responsible for its great economy. Phone, Write or Call for Demonstration, Overland 4 Tmirtng, SH4X. Rond*ter, SH43 Coupe, SI32X, Sedan $1373 Prices f. o. b Toledo Expert Mechanics on All Cars : " o i 1 Tires and Accessories Oils and Greases ....,y ■3ga£a j Also a Number of Second Hand Cars lawi I i ■*. 't * y 11 yv' ; I ft ,gt ,, a . y> „ |k- , ' I liwftla fWani MiDc 4f_ y-t : . j ■ (VrtpatvA by li * ,T *ft * .(• twpart mn or Altrl'roVtar#.) , 81*tittlni and utlrtrtlvpne*-! arc ays***!* v.iuh even to •!' dnlry row. Naturally aba ta a ■ .• fßy beual, Unfortunately 'Wnn baa bn to ton ft no tha dairy row doarly In atablaa during rvrialo period* of the y**ur. wltb the reiMwimnee that nnlrai be dally brualir* and groom* tbr dairy mt raa*. tbrfr lrf„ aiumly ot soon loaw Ibrtr glo .01(1 tuatar and be come draarly mailed with dirt and litre- For the nmt immm that 11 pay* U groom horaea—greater effl 'irnry from neat, p<rk-*i>nn mat*—lt l.*o prove* ln*e'tutile In “doll tip" llte ite'ry n* daily by vtgomtw appil cattna of broth nod entry cotub. Cow enifrt—4ht lr- .rlulnnbl* ooodltii-n of wrll-be(f wbi.-li meant anlro-i’ mlltfacHon and the eronomlral pro tmllon of the mnylfrmro (lm of mill* —<• foateml by careful and panda Mm* frouHtliw dur*r.g the acaaon when ta e*a won I *n-b ntra attention, a* ordinarily during the pattnre period •be animat* of ibetr own accord k*n I ibamaelvM eb-an. 'fhe rntbwMcrtlc nae of the hruA and currycomb. Muppleroaotcd by *' molat doth, at a ! .g guna again*! *U*t and dirt, are good medium* for t. ’Teatcd product too, acnordlng to the >tAnions of pnmrrtotlva dairymen iw ■icirted to tbeTiVlfed States depart ment <*f agriculture. They maintain that the clean coat* and tuaurton* 'w-inge of rtmtcutpwnf induce in rn-wrtl psndnctbm of milk If yon doubt ilv profit* fc*dn genomtn* dairy <!• put U UP to Bole and her ••irtble mate* vt the referendum-vota *C;ht From a aMltniy mandnolnt. tb* !**(! .;> matted, ttttby apd raked mat tsiy.as.arf a-, *?**;s*2'.^!.if. ! .Ukituf. a prtli ut it la likely to it *nto the milk pall and carry an •>f !rbtc ba-trt* wltb W, Hence, • ■ ~ n,ifig incitu • •. Cow Comfort and t/.ob-a for Clean Milk, .-oumlrtg c,w I. n fctidntuooMil aufe aunturt ir.fc-lur, "< i rn-l.idco .(’b. Where roe, h nr# gromnml ilaflv '• (.a their period of clum* cswSnr urtd m* uHeudant. rrtiufn** only B*-;.Jt - - op itac ralnuu /. a . .•*• to prepap-, i *h*-e up tiw roh;*R*) net t it bitnuuct. On t!..-, oH(*>r > .-..ui ,t i i:Fclt and ttmemnirtiTrlhu t-i u- ip og cow a v-hith Imvr Vco itpjit ■'iii.-nt gntneiHtg lit a'dirty htovde. Ts.e coßuiei/tdhflfo pmctlct* la to <r*Hnu and clean tlx* cjnv daily at ■utrh ;i time btdivuwa the militias "••HtnJ* th!t there will b<* abtimtfnf tpn ’tn t> for the duet pot Into rU i.lttt ti to settle no that ft will v-* rnntaflilMta the ralllc na It la, Vm >• from tin* -raw*. It I* nwa-oirr - Civ b N rtUt v to Wlpnaiff Jh* wide* md Tta.d.:’ f-(*nt4* -foy.; with a moin* V:U’4 rti-lti jMVI brfui ■ mli-iien in , r '• to remoyi *p the -art,-;.'* >•! dirt which hr(■•imped tltc’ jlKaft.' .• •’hV*f pfi'ea <■. It N miin , J.'d ,;t: < MrjpAcP ■lal *a.-e;,6|f,ivMe pirntv of maf-rln! . 0 I but at aIL-|i.,.s iituy may jw 'v.iti rWha in ■( ijie cptv'a f(< dki.ig. ii* !*, in i, ;-.ir.v lie ’*■•!(,ip.; ••It ■li.mir.sj. hr . ndktfc a ' M;>> v ■niu.iiJnn. It. * also utlvUtti? i ■ . .iIV ill,* liiM^ -diji from nib' d lunfea of each. ” " ‘'J- 'r % ’ , ““ FOR SALE ~ In St. Mary’s County, located in Eighth dial riot, near .kirlwri viHe, known a*'-Kirby Farm.” One million feet of good **aw timber, with full aawmill iiti|i ment, 1 hi* proper! vn> a bar WINTER BRINGS WOE" TO JEWISH CHIUREN .'’. : 'Ottered Jiwi in Central Europe Mutt Htv# Warm Clothes. More than a million Jewish children sroa*boul Esftern Europe are looking ■forward with dread to the comm* oi winter, According to reports received ■>y the American Jewish Relief Com ■Olttee from relief workers abroad. Children do cot ordinarily look for ...d even a few weeks, but hard hlos have tsught these Utile one* t *‘l maturity, the i:ivilgatar say. A* t do oi^f"wt(c r o.anoe* ef piling: food, and th*’ of the off *rfat entailed by eeVci ther. They almost never dry. t hey have leirn d already that It <Uh to good. ' While jrottß/frinr* in other landrci, ‘"•'lt ready for the Joys of sleddli, ; it In# and nn , imillna, tbeto Jowls, ’ ttojMtiTver in die very thought ) a dre.td thel Is based opr vivid memory of the suffering . year. Wr In rags that t en worn in n kind of pulp after fo *ve years constant wsar, with atrf ■••oth around their feet, of plec-ur i JL tied to ttolr sole*, to gerve ■>. they ar without any jr- ( "on whatever against the cold. V -nds of hew. who are wit In ! other home, are sleeping on f* - is. In Col nd. and Palestine, a: .urkey. 'I was told that It was no uncomci •n# to come upon a ddad child In 1> i reel* Jn Jerusalem.” Mjst Rose Klc • *, a nurse sent so Palestine by t* ' v-!*t organisation of America. ■ ''.r% her rtsnf. thee#"people must he relieved. On j America can stick relief coir ne !n aulßeismt quantity to ma rlightest Impression on conditio' * Centre! Europe Ahd America m c .Maryland win be given her o nlty durl-tg she campaign of th siiican Jewish War Relief Comm) 1 ■ Ike week.of November 3*. I iOUSANOS OF JEWISH | CHILOREH 60 BAREFOOI # ■ —-j.' - . Il|t v^jj^aLfeMisfc wll: ■ k q.ai..Tv<4./ ■ rjy ~ 'JWI w wy. l JMJvfwffjrv.-. / -' r - * r** Tl r > - With shoes all hat an unknowr •,i v Hamsands of children in Pols;’! i'wce.d to barefooted the yeai ■ . tr.. to ru; art* of Am a J* ■■■ -!> * m warier*. This pit -e .wan taken ifi the late winter wit) •i- ffftomrter not fir above frees ■ ■''■/.■■• • /; ’ - ; -...- VJI3H HOlPtTAi* HELPLESS ;ij In Wer. Areas Lyeh Equlpmsi, And S.tppils*. I. -gfiato v hhotii dm ;ors, madteljt Wert operations ptrforrae u! aniwtheUee. patients lying <■ point 01 dMth wilhout fuel to k> rt traraii end a tnJ. lack of lot- I : > wr the ouietandir • h'i Hr. Balm I. Davis'• desen;. > ij ,hr medical situation among tb /s of Poiaad when he spoke' hefo i- eceg of prominent men called her hy Felix M, Warburg to disco* siih re W>f abroad, fit, Davis. tU-.cw.i psythiatrial of Chicago, '.!; ma I'.r In the American R< , - d.-tring the v a rand la thoroughly * Ith. .Polish conditions. l;i Polalut tfiere gre no hosplta l medical faculties according to our '.orutandtKg of the terms," said Dr. ,J.s .is. "There is a gro*t lack cf cloth i. g. fuel, medic! dMnfectanta and •vi >1 doclore it> ; , oliid. A large 'per "(iiiuse of the d.it'KiM have been kill id In the war and the medical school a have been virtually closed for several ye..rs. As n,result medical attention is extremely Ht-nrce, Tho Jewleh hoe >ltaH. once prSltreaelve and up-UnlAtc. aye in a twriWa state.of dsmoralbsa, licit "l h<u*c scan nynjar opetatlou per '’lined without anesthetics. In addi tion to the -suffering that It entail tilts has had 1-ifer! on the work oi .•be surgeon ,V1- .Jen atifglcal tralnjny dojta not loach, n.cd as an esseptial !,?/>r the ■paiTeii-i > tvifthwed to be ..Bade!' Your Eyes! 1 win Ik; In Leonard town again for one % only on Ttmaday, Dee. 2, at Judge* gVtxwpll s, liitvinjjf had 23 years’-experience in testing’eyes and ins glasses, I Uiink you will Hnd iiiy woi k very satisfactory, Any one Un Rr M.ownttea who Jean do so l.y addressing me at my 4 illWM*li f I M news 9 mmmJ ft ft w?V7W7W73r73r?V7V9W7V)W ■ - ” —— -i-- •' ■ f itQ CROSS CHRISTMAS SEALS 12 YEARS OLD Little Stampe That .Finance Fight Againa* Tuberculosis Originated In Delaware. ,iS| -a Idea Came From Denmark. The Red Croea oiMMOm Chrtatmme Seal, aa millions of AmMg M teens know ftj|Pv day. Is an aglet WsP&rWm of happioeag and kcsith. It waa •'’ Delaware, who bad hroogh Jacob U of somewhat sim lar seals that wore sold in Danmark ’or tbe porpoos of raising funds la, ight dlseegO. Mies the American ltd Ores* to lake up the Idea with he result tW the teat# were sold a ii mi led msmSer of communities n 190*. TRe wie yielded a rev mine ’OProatßatofy IJ.OM, The Red • then deotded to issue tho Seal* > year fNI- to tom the proceeds **** <o the MMkwit Tuberculosis As .stle aad R| aflUiated soeisttee f.tr :Sra PBITMM ff flu anc log the fight r-itost tuWwMe. The Bomber cl ' .ale sold la Atuertoa Increased by ’L s *bs gad bootods until In if 17 its-’** reached JffOOOO.eOO i a 191*, as . war tvaaooro, the seals were apt .■M but fkfOOgb an agreement he ■ -a the Red yraes and the Kattetini , "uL’.jrculoefli AMoalattoo, Were award * In limited gwaatUtes to carii w.-m --ter of the Red Oroee. This year fbo seals are again on <ale beginning December More than ialf a btlltoa seals have boon printed lor distribution *o state and local of ran Italian*. In addition to the seals hero agll bo oCorod this year "fissllli ends" tn fleesmlttiHons ranging from I to HOO to bo ooM tB lieu of sc..i-j - to Urge ooßtUbntaM who do not send xt b tumetao* quantity of mail l>i Dc amber to Bhl use of all the teala they would Übo to purchase Maryland wSS be particularly lutsi •sled la this year’s sale of Red Crot.v hristmas Heela, fer the desto rate rom nihereedaeto to Maryland is d’.t, tacefully high—a early U per cert '•-.ter than the death rate from itt-i . .'iso throughout the United Slate? a whole. The state to one of the rq spotar on tho national uealt t n. aad th* campaign of education to ■ oat sag oM tuberculosis needs *>o oscseially etroased non ■’ ifthnore city and alt S tits amt* la IUS.M "la attohen, tola amount being dl Ided hetwsea Baltimore city and tho ■ Hintlea In this way; Baltimore city, i Mono: Allegany, 11,600, Anne A run lei *135; Baltimore, $3,760; Calver, ■700; Carolina, 1700; Carroll. 12,000; ’ecil, 1700; Charles. $200; Dorchester, . JOO: Fredertek, $1,100; Oarrstt, $600: Harford, Howard, $875; Korn, JWO; Montgomery, I2S; Prince ergo, 18*6; Queen Anna. 1700: t. >l.;ry'o, $200; Bomoroot, *700: Talbix 7< o ; Washtagtoa, I1.87S; Wicomico. $700; Worcester, *7OO. GARRETT HAS LOWEST COURTT DEATH RATI Tuberculosis Figures For Counties •how “tore Spots’' On Health Map. Two people out of every thousand in Maryland died sSm * * tuberculosis last year Fig. uroe compiled by PTT'ln 1110 Rtat# Board o* Health, show it ,In tact, tbe death rata from pulmonary tubercu tosla per thousand of population was 2tri,6 or 1.44 tlmee greater than th average raU for tha country as s wiiole. which was 141.8. St. Mary's a ;d Anno Arundel counties had tb blshrot death rates from tbe disease, a hlle Garrett carried off honor* e tb* health loot county. Oarrott county had only nlna daaths from tuhoreutoala, a death rata of only .40 per thousand of population. Oat rett haa a fairly active local tubercu losis organisation cooperating with th* Maryland and tha National Tubercu loid* Association to all health move*. , It has no opeelal tuberculosis nurse, va some of the counties have, though it is now considering the appointment of a special county social worker. The following are the county tuber eulosle death rates, approximated oa the tateet estimated population flg ttres: Allegany tt .* 7 Anne Arnedol.’ *.*o Baltimore i t* Calvert j.b* Carolina i.*o Carroll 1,17 Charles *.io Dorchester 2.06 Garrett 0.4 Harford 1.46 Howard I.l* Kent I.l* Montgomery l’.** Prince Queen Annexe... 1.7* ■ i Bomereet 1.34 St. Mait’0........ *,B Talbot 1.4 S Washington l.Jtl ; Wtcemtoo 210 Woreeotar Loyalty If First Demav-d. Business pimento untold opportuni ties, magfiWewit jj*ofedl>Bftjre. !>ut tho only me a , who ever far him self or de->rvj! promotion frtori übj one else Is tho roan who ! 10y..l ' Ring Up the fled*.