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Saint cacon
Leonardtown, Md. -
Thuredav Morning, March 81, 1081.
Localwise & Otherwise
Misses Janice and Eleanor Loker
have been home from Baltimore lor
the Easter holiday.
Mr. James Greenweli, of St. John’s
College. Annapolis, spent the Easter
holiday ut his home at Britton.
Mr. Warren Norris is home from
Old Point Comfort for a visit to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Norris.
Miss Janet Ddke, of the State Nor
mal School, spent Raster at her home
in Leonard town.
Misses Marguerite Abell and Helene
Greenweli spent several days last week
in Baltimore.
Mr. Robert Payne, of Washington,
is spending a few days with his par
ents, Or. and Mrs. L. E. Payne.
The Beacon has some garden seed
from the Department of Agriculture
which will be sent to anyone applying
for it.
Misses Madeline and Anita Gama
liel’ and Helolse Abell have returned
home after a a week's visit to relatives
and friends in Baltimore.
Mr Charles Greenweli, who is at
tending Georgetown University Medi
cal School, enjoyed the week end at
his home, "Hunter’s Retreat", Med
ley's Neck.
Miss Maria Greenweli, who is at
tending school at Mt. DeSales, Catons
ville, is spending the Easter holiday
with her mother, Mrs. L. A. Wilmer
and General Wilmer.
There will lie a Euchre Party at the
I residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Green
well, at Britton, Medley's Neck, on
Monday evening. April 4th, for the
benefit of Medley’s Neck school and
hall.
A musical, literary and motion pic
ture entertainment will be given at the
Methodist Church, Laurel Grove, on
Friday evening, April 1. It will com
mence at 7,30 Refreshments will lie
served, and the admission will be 25c
and 10c.
The young people of St. George’s
P. K. Church, Valley Lee, are expect
ing to have a verv unique entertain
ment in the near future. Watch for
advertisement.
There will be a meeting of the St.
Mary’s County Tobacco Growers’ As
sociation at the Court House, Loon aril -
towu, on Saturday, April 2nd, at 1.30
p. in. Every farmer In the county
should attend.
This Is the la*t week of the drive
for St. Mary's Hospital and all who
have not already joined the Hospital
Association should do so Itefore the
end of the week. Unless I,ooomemliers
. are secured the hospital will be farced
to close.
Mr. Win, V Waters, formerly with
the Piedmont Guano Company, is now
representing the Standard Guano Co.,
and is offering commercial fertilisers
from *5 to 810 per ton less than pre
vailing prices. This company was the
first to reditae the price of * erti I liters
and Intends to maintain its lead for
lower prices
News From the Seventh
Miss Nellie Farrell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.. Charlie Karri'll, of Barton
Hall, was marrlcf tiKr Joseph A.
(Juade, f Hurry, gk\ Sunday last at
Sacred Heart Church Rev. Father
Butler official! d ir
Miss Long, of the
Capital City*is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Goo. L Imwreuee, of Ml Airy.
Mrs. Henry of the Rec
tory, aceojnpaiiHl by her son, Henry,
has been ipendiß quite a while with
relatives and frßids in Washington
Bf"’ Henry sßinders motored to
Wasirmguu. MMPdny and will lie ac
companied home 8; Mrh. Saunders
and her mother, Mrs. Cooper.
Mr. Elmer Cheseldino, accompanied
by his sister. Mis* Carrie Chesoldine,
motored to and spent Easter Sunday
with friends on the Patuxent.
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Hamilton and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, of
Washington, wore Sunday guests of
Mrs, Jenny Hodges of Denby Hill.
Miss Annie May Owens, of the Capi
tal City, spent the Easter holidays
with her pai-ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. I.
Owens, of Abell.
The next meeting of the Seventh Dis
trict Community Club will tie held at
Oakley Hall on April sth. A brief
program, arranged by Misses Jsjulse
Dent and Alma Morris, will lie render
ed. after which there will tie moving
pictures of interesting farm topics by
a gentleman from the Maryland Stale
College, and then the election of offi
cers. A full attendance is urgently
requested.
Mrs. Tommie Lawrence, aged about
-* 68 years old, died at the residence ol
' her husband, J. T. N. Lawi once, IE
Washington, Thursday last. She wai
brought to St. Mary’s Saturday and
Interred In Sacred Heart Cemetery,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kills, of Whit*
Neck, are receiving congratulations ot
the birth of twin baby girls.
Mr. Joseph Bailey, accompanied bj
Mrs. James T. Bailey, Miss Heler
Meushawand Miss Mary Bailey, visit
ed Mrs. Bailey’s son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Millard TwU
ley, of St. George’s Island, Sunday.
Miss Grace Bailey of River Spring’
who has )>een visiting relatives anc
friends on St. George’s Island, return
ed home Sunday.
Misses Kathleen Bailey, Mary Good
win, Catherine Mattingly and France
Goobwin, from St. Mary’s Academy
Leonardtown, are visiting their re
spectlve parents In this seotloo
Mr. and Mrs. Wright B. Dent, o
Baltimore, spent the Easter holiday
with Mr. Dent’s parents, Col. and Mrs
J. Marshall Dent, of Oakley.
fMr. and Mrs. Lancaster Woodburn
of Washington, are visiting relative
and friends in this section.
Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Gibson, aocom
panied by Mr. Howard Mattingly am
Miss Benson, of the Capital City, ar
visiting relatives and friends In th
Abell section.
Mr. Harvey Bailey, of Mattapani
has purchased a Ford car. Harve,
says this makes his fourth car, and I
he doesn’t win out he’s going to glv
up the job.
Mr. George Goodwin, of Blakislone
has been awarded the contract to carr,
the mail from Blakistoneto Helen, am
Mr. Geo. H. Cullen* Is to continue P
carry the mail from Palmers to Leon
ardtown. — Gabriel.
RELIGIOUS ™NO TICES
Church services for Bt. Mar r
County. First Sunday after Easter:
St. George’s Church, Valley Lee-
U a. m.
St. Peter’s Chapel, Leonardtown
-4 p. m.
T Church School half hour before eei
vice.
rytv, H. C, Goodman.
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ALEXANDERCLAUDHAY6 N i
A. Claude Hayden, aged 62 years,
died at the home of his sister, Mrs. I
W. C. Mattingly, on Tuesday, March t
20th, at 8.45 a. m. A stroke of para- i
lysis, suffered on Monday, was the i
immediate oause of death. I
Mr. Hayden was born at “Wood- |
land", near Hillyllle, in the Sixth i
District of this county, the son of the t
. late Brands Dominick Hayden and t
. Kate Howard. During his long life I
he held many positions of trust and t
responsibility and was renowned for
> his pains-taking effliclency and sterl
• Ing integrity. For a number of years
be tvss manager for Howard Bros., in t
the mercantile business at Chapel <
i Point, and afterwards travelled for i
1 Heidelberg, of Baltimore, For about '
18 years ho was with the Adams Ex- f
press Company, where he was serious- 1
’ ly injured in a railroad accident, and i
’ upon bis recovery associated himself
with Edelin Bros , of Baltimore, where f
he remained until Novomtier, 1918, t
. when he returned to St. Mary’s. At 1
' the time of his death he was manager
ot the F. O. Morgan Department Store <
in Leonardtown. '
He never married and is survived by <
one brother, A. Jack Hayden, of Hoi- •
lywood, three sisters, Mrs. W. C. Mat- i
1 tingly and Mrs. James F. Mattingly, '
> of Leonardtown, and Mrs. Robert W. ‘
' Wise, of Baltimore. He also leaves
two half-brothers, Frank Hayden of I
the Eighth District of this county and ■'
■ Charles Hayden, of Baltimore.
1 Funeral services will he held at St. ■
1 Aloysius Church, Leonardtown, to-day 1
(Thursday,) March 31st, at lOo’clock. <
Interment will follow at St. John’s I
' Cemetery, Hollywood, whore all die i
. deceased members of his family are <
' burled.
May be rest In peace.
<
J. FRANK SMITH
i
• J. Frank Smith, for fifty years a
commanding figure in the political life 1
of St. Mary’s, died at his home at '
• Scotland on Sunday afternoon, March '
• 27 aged 78 years. •
i Mr. Smith has held many public 1
• positions, the first being that of Sheri IT. *
• to which he was elected in 1877. He
also served In the Internal Revenue 1
Office in Baltimore under the first ‘
Cleveland administration: was police- 1
' tor for the Clerk of the Court of Ap- j
1 peals during the term of the late J. 1
Frank Ford, and was chief tobacco In
l spector during the administration ol J
: Gov. John Walter Smith. Afterwards ‘
he served as a memtier of the State
, Hoads Commission.
In UK® he was tho Democratic candi
. dale for the Slate Senate, but was de
. feated.
Ho was born October 18, 1842, on
Sinlthwood Farm, on the Potomac
. River, and was a life-long resident of
- this county.
Mr. Smith was connected with the
) most prominent families of Southern
r Maryland, being closely related to the
Youngs and Hills, of Prince George’s
county. To know him intimately and
J well was to esteem and admire him for
> his many noble traits of heart and
I mind. A truer, kinder and belter man
1 never lived. It is no wonder that ho
1 was so popu'ar with Ills fellow men.
1 We venture to “ay that no man In
political life was closer to the whole
people of the State than Mr. Smith,
' and Ills wise council and advice was
always sought by the notable men of
’ the Stub'.
‘ In every life there are memories dear
’ and sweet, and in the llfeof Mr. Smith
there cluster around him so many kind
' thoughts and unselfish deeds that the
words ol the poet win to os to apply
especially to him :
"He helped the world upon Its way,
I His ways were straight, his soul was
clean.
His failings not unkind nor mean.
He loved his fellow-men and tried to
i help them "
in the death of such a man his idol- i
'. Ixed family should be consoled bv the ,
whispered, teaching of faith, "Whom I
love, I call.”
> lie is survived by ills widow, Mrs.
. Alice Dunbar Smith: one son, Oden II |
Smith, and three daughter Mr*. J. ,
Harry Raley, Mrs. Harrv Beale and
Mrs, P. H. Lloyd, all of Scotland,
! Funeral services, with Requiem
Mass, were held at St Michael’s
Church, Ridge, on Tuesday, March
' 21), at 10 o’clock. Rev. M J. Smith,
M J , officiated, assisted by Rev, J
Brent Matthews. Rev John La Fargo
and Rev. A. J, Emerick.
J Honorary pallbrarers were Judge
, B. H. Camallor. H<*n. George <J.
y Peverley. Dr. C. V. Hayden, Messrs,
Lawrence P. Williams, Samuel Hay
j den, Win. W. Clark and Edward
, Stone. The active pallbearers wore
l Messrs. Geo. W. Joy. Geo. C. Hooch,
John H. Abell, Fred. C. Davis, J.
Harry Haley and Harry Heal.
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Chaplico items
'■ The Fourth District’s best talent
•J will bo in evldenee at tho Community
entertainment to be held at Chaplico
0 Hall on Thursday, March 31t. Como
and enjoy a fine program and dance.
v Misses May and Catherine Connolly
e of Baltimore, are visiting Mrs. Aubrey
1- Gardiner.
y Mr. Manning Adams motored to
Washington on Thursday and was ao
it companled back by Mrs. B. B. Ixive
,f and Misses Betty Ixtye, Catherine
n Trice, Martha Bello Fowler and
,h Donose Mullins.
d Mr. Aqullla Hancock, of Washing
ton, is the guest of Mr. Stevie Gough.
Misses Catherine and Rose Gibson,
u of St. Mary’s Seminary, are spending
the Easter holidays at their home in
,y Chaplico,
in Mr. Bayard, who is visiting In Char
lotto Hall, Is much missed in this sec
~ Hon.
Misses Eleanor and Lillian Hancock
who have recently moved to Washlng-
C ton, are visiting in Chaptioo.
j- Mr. Sprigg Beeves, of C. H. M. A,
is home for the holidays.
j. Mrs. B. B. Middleton, of Emerson,
as Virginia, and Mrs. N. L. Penn, of
y, Mechanlcsville, wore the guests of Mrs.
e- Z. M. Fowler during the week.
Miss Harriett Reeder, of the State
of Normal Institute, Is spending Easter
ps at her home near Morganza.
H ’ Mr. Octavius Claggett who has been
quite HI is, we are pleased to state, re
n, covering.
0S Mr. Robert Gibson and friend, Mr.
Hall, students of Charlotte Hall, are
d- visitors of Chaplico.
,d Mr. Albert Davis motored to Wash
re ington on Friday and returned on
1,6 Saturday morning, accompanied by
Misses Dorothy Davis, Lillian Han
il, cock, Birdie Davis and Mrs. A. B.
,y Hancock
Mr. Aloyslus C. Welch, Jr., who
1,0 has l*eon a student at Old Point Com
fort since the Leonard Hall fire, is
e, 'spending his Easter holidavs at his
ry home in Chaplico.
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q! Sloknwta Among Hogg /
Should Bo Reported
Dr. 1. K. Atherton, In (charge of bog
cholera work In the State, was in Leon
ardtown on Wednesday conferring
"s with County Agent G. F. Wathen re
tardlng conditions in St. Mary’s.
r, Atherton states that one of the
greatest reasons for the spread ot hog
i— cholera Is the failure on the part of
those interested to report outbreaks,
sr- Farmers are urged to report all sick
ness among hogs to County Agent
Wathen.
cardinal, pisse* away
James Cardinal Gibbons, Arch- •
bishop of Baltimore and primate of '
the American Catholic Hierarchy, died
at his residence in Baltimore at 11 32
a. m, on Thursday, March 24th, in
the 87th year of his age. The aged 1
prelate suffered a relapse on Sunday 1
after partially recovering from an at
tack sustained last November while j
administering the sacrament of con
firmatlon and was unconscious for 1
twenty-four hours preceding his death.
His life journey. (
Born in Baltimore July 23, 1834, on 1
the west side of Gay street, a short .
distance north of Fayette, in a house I
which was torn down in 1892 to make
way for the widening of Lexington
street. His father and mother were
Irish immigrants. Thomas Gibbons
and Bridget (Walsh) Gibbons.
Taken to Ireland In 1837 by his par
ents, on their return to their native
country because of the father’s falling
health.
Remained In Ireland, where he re
ceived a liberal education, until 1853,
when, in consequence of his father’s
death In 1847, his mother determined
to come back to the United Stales, and,
after an unusually perilous voyage,
reached Now Orleans, where they de
cided to settle.
Became a clerk In a grocery store
kept by William C. Raymond and
showed great aptitude for business.
Attended mission services at St.
Joseph’s Church, New Orleans, In Hie
spring of 1854 and felt an imperative
call to the priesthood, and in spite of
fine business prospects and the reluct
ance of his mother ho resolved to dedi
cate himself to Hie church.
Came to Baltimore in the summer of
1856, when ho was 21 years old, and
entered St. Charles College, Ellin ill
City, Md., and two years later, in 1857,
liegan his studies In Mary’s Semi
nary, Baltimore.
. September 15, 1858, received the ton
sure at the hands of Archbishop Ken
wick, who conferred upon him the four
minor orders June ifi, 1859. The same
prelate promoted him to the subdia
cenale June 28, 1801, to the diacenate
June 29 and t" the priesthood June 30.
Assigned to St. Patrick's Parish.
Fells point, July, 18W. under Hie Itev.
James Dolan, and put In charge by the
latter of a little church call Hi. Brid
get's, Canton, of which he was made
full pastor toward the end of 1861.
In October, 1805, Iransferred to the
Cathedral as Secretary to Archbishop
Spalding.
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Selected by the Second Plenary
Council of Baltimore In October, 1860,
and confirmed and consecrated In 1808
is Titular Blhop of Adramytlum and
Vicar tpostollc of North Carolina
Attended th" Vatican Council of 187<I
the youngest bishop In a gathering of
more than 7KI.
Succeeded to the Sec of Richmond,
Va., after the death of Bishop John
McGill in 1872.
In May, 1877. appointed Titular
Archbishop of Jan.tpolls and co
adjntqr to the incumbent of the See of
Baltimore, to which he succeeded In
Octoiler of the same year.
Made < ardinal on June 30, 1886, (tie
twenty-fifth anniversary of bis ordina
tion to the priesthood. Went to Rome
in 1887 to receive the red hat, where he
made at the same time his celebrated
battle lor the Knights ol l^lMir.
In June 1911, on the occasion of hi*
golden jubilee as priest and silver
jubilee ss Cardinal, he was honored
tty a civic celebration at the Fifth
Regiment Armory, In which all religi
ous denominations look part, and at
which addresses mire made by Presi
dent Tall, Mr. Roosevelt, gtc Chief
Justice of the United States, and other
notable men.
His last attrition in the Cathedral was
delivered on October 31. 1920. and was
a plea for faith and optimism.
On Monday morning, March 28th.
the body ot the Cardinal was removed
from his residence to the Cathedral
and was placed in a position just out
side Hie sanctuary ami Is now lying in
state with a guard ol honor consisting
of 12 men. changed hourly. Funeral
services will lie held to-day, (Thurs
day), March 31st, at 10 a. m.
MEMORIAL SERVICES AT ST. AIYBU’S
On the morning of Monday, March
28th. at Ht. Aloyslus’ Church, Leun
ardtown, solemn requiem services of
the church were held in loving remem
brance of the late James Cardinal
Gibbons and for the repose ol his soul,
(solemn requiem mass was sung by the
Rev, C. J. Robinson, S. J., assisted
by the Rev. A. J. Emerick, S. J.. dea
and the Rev. M. J. Hheehy, 8. J., sub
deacon. The Rev. John Farley, 8. J.,
preached the eulogy.
Ibe impressive ceremonies of the
mass, the eloquent eulogy and the
solemn responses and chant of the
choir, all united harmoniously In ac
-1 cord with the wishes of tho church and
proclaimed effectively to the citizens
of Leonardtown that the Catholic
Church not only throughout the United
| Htates and the world, out in Leonard
town Itself, has lost one of her most
r.ealous, most humble and most perfect
i sons, a Prince of tho Church. All who
. were present at the ceremonies could
not hut realise that they wore hearing
the sorrowful voice of the church mill
tant mourning the loss of a champion
’ with Us echo fading to hvmns of joy
that wore clarlohed forth from the
. church triumphant as it welcomed
i homo a saint.
NEWS FROM MOROANZA
Miss Daisy Alvev, of Washington,
■ spent Easter with her father, near Mor
i ganza.
1 Miss Elizabeth Vanwarl and sister,
Mrs. Harpwell, of Washington, are
spending some time with their father.
Mr. A. T. Vanwart.
I Ur. Dave Farrell attended the
American Legion dance at St. Joseph’s
Hall op Raster Monday night.
1 Mrs. Florence Stelae and two child
’ ren, of Rock Point, after soending
< Blaster with her brother, Mr. William
Farrell, of Morgarusa, returned home
' Sunday afternoon, accompanied by her
“ brother and his family, and Mr. Dave
Farrell, her cousin.
. Mr. John Dussler and two children,
George and Aletha, of Compton, spent
it Easter Monday with ht* daughter, Mrs.
Wm. Farrell.
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Coming Events
Thursday, March 31st,—Minstrel
Show, Chaptico Hall, followed by a
dance.
Friday. April Ist. Entertainment at
Laurel Grove for Methodist Church.
Friday, April Ist.—Dance at Com
munity Hall, Cedar Point. City music.
Admission 50 cents.
Friday, April Ist. —Calico Dance at
St. John's Hall, Hollywood. Proceeds
for St. Mary’s County War Memorial
Fund. Admission 35 cents.
Tuesday, April sth.—Dance St.
Michael’s Ball, Ridge, for the benefit
of St. Tirnatius Church. Music by
Berry roan 'sOrehestra. Refreshments.
Wednesday. April 6lh —Supper and
Dance, Chaptico Hall, for benefit of
Christ Church.
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B Modem Service to Check Accounts.
Resources Back of this Bank Over S.
1 . $10,000,000.00 I
| We take this opportunity to thank our patrons and
B friends for their patronage the past year. ll
Make this bank your bank, as it is strictly run by
HOME PEOPLE, with the advantage of the resources S
n of fifteen other banks of the company. 2
® OFFICERS , j ff
CHAS. V. HAYDEN. Ja President T
S. M. JONES Cashier M
H W. E. DRURY Asst. Cashier _ S|
Si ... Attorney Sb
2 JOS. H. CHINO S
DIRECTORS S
CHAS. V. HAYDEN, Jr. H. F. BURROUGHS
I* J. J. NORRIS W. H. MATTINGLY M
J. P. OREEMWELL L. P. WILLIAMS !■
JOS. B. DRURY L. R. SPRINGER S
S. M JONES {JOS. A. COAD
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Cocrtesy - s gr r v J t ce Stability
Greater Satisfaction
People enjoy great satisfaction in dealing with * modem
store, because of the service and range of the stocks.
Our customers enjoy similar advantages—complete facili
ties enable us to assure the highest type of service, while
our ample resources place us in a position to extend every
accommodation consistent with sound banking.
Let us help you to success as we have helped many others.
Call at the bank frequently—keep closely in touch with
us- take full advantage of our complete facilities.
Cbe first national anfc of St. flDars’s
AT LEONARDTOWN. MD.
. THE BANK OF SERVICE
OFFICERS
L E MUMFORD. Pmidni GEO. W. JOY. Vkc-P>w<W
L. J. STERLING. CW B. K. ABELL, A*. OA.
CEO. W.JOY. Jr, Bookkeeper,
MISS MARGUERITE ABELL Ami Bookkeeper
DIRECTORS.
ENOCH B. ABELL Dr. L. B. JOHNSON GEO. W. JOY
Wm. MBVERBLL LOKER C. BENEDICT GREEN WELL
L. E. MUMFORD L J. STERLING
TIDEWArERUNESiINC7~
Passenger, Express and Freight Service
Main Terminal and General Offices
613 G St. N. W., Washington, D. C. \
Division Point and Service Station, Waldorf, Maryland,
Telephone Brandywine 10-F-23.
PASSENGER SCHEDULE. FREIGHT SERVICE.
Between Washington A Leonardtown UAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY AND
Leave Wellington SUNDAY.
8 06 Am. 12 noon 4 pm.
Between Washington Sc Leonard town.
Arrlfe Leonardtown Lwkve Washington 1 00 pm.
1106 am. 300 pm. 700 pm. Arrive Waldorf 300 pm.
_ . Leavo Waldorf 11 00 am,
l.v* leonardtown.,.7 46 am. 340 pm. Arrive Leonardtown. 100 pm,
Ar. W ashington.. 10 46 am. 640 pm.
, Leave Leonardtown 3 00 pm.
Between Leonardtown and Scotland Arrive Waldorf 000 pm.
Leave Leonardtown 705 pm. Doave Waldorf I S pm -
Arrive Scotland 830 pm. A >rlve Washington 00 pm.
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Leave Washington 400 pm. Leave Scotland 12 00 m.
Arrive Rook Point 700 pm. Arrive leonardtown 200 pm.
Leave Kook Point 7 45 am.
Arrive Waiblngton 10 45 am. Between Washington and Rook Point.
Between Washington and Indian Head Leave Washington 100 pm.
. .. w..ki n .t nn n0r.,,, Arrive Waldorf 3 00pm.
Lave Washington.. HO, am. r „ Waldorf 400 pm.
Arrive Indian Head 10 60 am
Leave Indian Hoad 400 pa. Arrlv<l Itock i olnt 700 pm.
Arrive Washington. . 640 pm. Leave Rock Point 12 00 m.
Between Washington and Brandywine WaldorL ’.!!!! !!]!!!! ‘ if 00 pm!
Lv. Washington. ..7 30 am. 445 pm. Arrive Washington 900 pm.
Arrive Brandywine 846 am. 600 pm.
Leava Brandywine. 645 am. 345 pm. Between Washington and Indian Head
Arrive Washington 800 am. 600 pm, _
Leave Washington 100 pm.
SUNDAYS Arrive Waldorf 300 pm.
- Leave Waldorf 9 20 am.
Washington 830 am. 10-00 am. 445 pm Arrivo Indian Head 10 60 ,B '
Arrive Leave Indian Head 4 00 pm.
Brandywlna9 45 m. 11 IS am. 600 pm Arrivo Waldorf 6 15 pm.
Lv. Brandywine. .. .7 46 am. 445 pin. Leave Waldorf 700 pm.
Ar. Washington. .. .9 00 am. 600 pm. Arrive Indian Head 900 pm.
SHIP BY TRUCK
•Tidewater Lines, i„ c .£k
HARRY ALLYN. General Manager
j fidelis realty corporation
We Buy, Sell or Rent Your Property \\
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, , If Your Property Does Not Sell Let Us Exchange it For You 1 ’
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;; See Us Before Buying—
; We can Save you mouey
;; Lots For Sale on State Road in Leonardtown |;
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‘ | Agents for Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Company. 1 *
j I Also Co. Solicitors for Milwaukee Mechanics’ Fire Ins. Co. ' |
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