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SAINT MARY’S BEACON
• A. F. KING . . ~ i Editor
' |Jpl>. * Jj. F. ABELL Business Manager
• Entered'at the Leonard tokn Post office as second
class matter under the Act ol May, 1898.
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Leonardtown, Md., Thursday, April 28, 1921.
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I
, | FRESH AIR CAMPS.
One of the greatest of the masy
Wonderful Institutions of the Salvation
Army, because it touches the future
citizen, is the Freeh Air Camp.
These breathing spots are for weary
toothers and the city-bound youngsters
of the tenements.
No Joy life ever brings can mean
Quite so much as the flm vision and
first breath of the country to the child
whose eyes and ears have known any
thing but cobblestones and forbidding
sun stretches of brick walls.
One little girl on the journey to the
country remarked disdainfully as the
train passed a city park with Its per
fection of clipped lawns and non
touchable shrubbery.
"That’s man’s woods—l want God’s
woods!”
Last year In the United States 6,000
worn out, heat jaded mothers, and 33,-
366 poor children were given from a
week to two weeks at the seaside or In
the country by the Salvation Army.
Think what such a treat means to
children who have never before had
green grass to walk, roll or sit upon,
trees to climb, or the chance to wade
and play In the Band, to say nothing
of the wholesome food add pure air.
In Maryland, a Fresh Air Camp was
conducted at Jackson Grove, near
Odenton, for several years, whore each
week from fifty to sixty city young
sters were sent for a week during the
period from July to September, to
revel in the delights of the country.
However, a lack of funds, forced the
discontinuance of this regular camp,
and the substitution of day’s otitlngs
at nearby river resorts.
Droves of a thousand to fifteen hun
dred children have spent glorious days
in this manner.
Rescue Home Beacons
Of Hope
Sixty-eight thousand glrhs, eight
women disappeared from the streets
of our cities last year. Six thousand
'from Now York alone. Where are
iUtayT
Everywhere throughout the country
the great problem of Illegitimacy le
confronting those who interest them
selves In welfare work, but nowhere
perhaps has it been met with the
practical Christianity shown by The
Salvation Army, which through Its
twanty-slx Rescue and Maternity
Homes in the United States returns tq
health, hope and sanity every year,
approximately 2,000 unfortunate girls.
A Salvation Army Reacue Borne Is
open to any girl who needs its pro
tection and who otherwise would he
forced along the paths to which only
heartbreak, despair and disgrace can
point. Once admitted, the past la
dosed tJoMnd her, the future thrown
with hope and courage, while be
" aides the beet of physical care she re
ceives the spiritual and mental regen
eration necessary If that physical care
Is to have Its best effect.
Besides the best of prenatal and ma
ternity care, the girl receives adequate
opportunity for convalescence and as
sistance In finding work, which In
many oases will not separate her from
her child, on the ground that just as
this responsibility Is part of the bless
ing so Is It part of the cure, in these
now opportunities for work the girl's
history Is forgotten and- the future
thrown open with such hope and cour
age that the bitterness and resent
ment brought Into the Hume ere re
placed by a steady hope and courage
not only to be carried away with her
but to be transfused In her Influence
among those whom she meets.
Hollow Hp rn
Saturday at the Star Hjnl Vat
Zeko Moody came wlth/cattlo that
Ho’d brought to dip: one cow shy
And when U asked tha reason why
Ho sagely stroked hi-uebin unshorn
And said: She’s got the hollow horn,
The worse case that If over saw,
Her born is hollow to the core.
I sure did work oa tJhat old cow,
But 1 have got hok Aoctored now.
There was no fun M it at all,
I had to use a' harness awl.
'% In both her hornsra hole-1 bored,
In which the roedjfcipe 1 poured;
The best remedy /hit's been found
For hollow horn/is a compound.
To make the same isirather hard.
Take quart pin/ tar And cup of lard,
Cook on slow lire ’tilt near a boll
Then add a cub of llqseed oil.
Keep stirring .well until It’s cool,
(I never overlook this'.rule);
And one thing more, Tmost forgot,.
Add a crustybd garlic while it's hot.'
I filled beh horns plumb to the top
And plugtryd them with a wooden stop,
Then swabbed them well ijrltb turpentine
Wrapped fliom up with clipth and twine.
Hollow Worn can’t be cured, folks say,
But then you’s got to know the way;
And I Have doctored quite a few,
1 reckon I’ll cure this one,\ too.”
Wednesday passing Zolie’s plantation
I noticed something of a row,'
And saw, upon investigation,
Buzzards feasting on Zeko's cow.
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The colored KeopltY of Lorettc
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Tuesday May 3
Sandwiches Coffee Vice Crearr
Proceeds for the benefit of the
R ALLY
■ Snnday, May 8,3 P. M.
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GRAND ORATION
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s Blessing of Comer Stone
0 Music Admission Free
1 DANCE
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THURSDAY, MAY 3, 7.30 P.M.
0 Admission 25c.
g Ice Cream and Refreshments.
1 Factory Mill
t- i.—....
e Best Flour - - SB.OO per bbl
o
r. If bags or bbl are fum'd. - $7.50
0 4 cents per pound In quantl*
tlas leas than barrel.
Meal - - - SI.OO per bushel
1 Bran and Mid. mixed -2c per lb.
John T. Cecil
Great Mills P. 0., Maryland.
4-2*-6m.
FOR SALE at Cost
CLOSING OUT BUSINESS.
d 51’lows,
. 1 8 18 Disc Harrow.
2 Corn Planters, with fertilizer at
tachments,
y 1 Five-ton H*4 Joist Scale,
s 1 Manure Spreader,
|. 1 Binder, 7 foot cut,
„ 5 Mowers,
1 (take,
* 1 Drag Harrow,
e 1 Grain Drill,
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y All New.
q T. A. McKAY,
r Leonardtown, Md.
■ Supper and Dance
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n Children bet. 12 and \5 -25 c
* Good Music Promised for the Ocasios,
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■ Notice to Creditors.
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r . Orphans' Court of St. Mary’* County,
Set:—April 28, 1921.*
j. This is to give notice that the sub
scrlbor has obtained from the Oruh
c hds’ Court for St. Mary’s County, let
,r tors testamentary on the estate of
c J. FRANK SMITH.
late of said county, deceased. AH
persons having claims against said
deceased arc hereby warned to exhibit
the same with the vouchers thereof, to
the subscriber on or before the 28th
day of October, 1921; they may other
wise by law ho excluded from all bene
fit of said estate. AH persons indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment.
M. ALICE SMITH,
4-28-ot, Executrix.
Moving Pictures and
Dance
-AT-
Leonard Hail
Monday, May 30th
REFRESHMENTS
Music by Karl Berryman’s
Orchestra.
For Benefit of Leonard Hall
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NOTICE I
n * : ' ■'
. Selling Out I
| Everything Below Cost
f SHOES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
HATS., STOVES
\ r . 1 Good size Range,
1 Good Buggy and Harness,
s House Furniture.
>• Come and see for yourself.
Special prices on job lots for
merchants.
Chas. H. Shellzer
° Chaptico, Md.
—a ;■ i
Notice
St. Mary’* IcAcompany announces
that their plant will/start and be pre
pared to deliver low on or about May
Ist, 1921. Any ooAwith motor truck
T1 wishing to dolivenr iV through county
apply to Seoret/ry \and Treasurer
6 Stephen M. Jon*. Loapardtown, Md.
3t. Pm orderW Director*.
KDDAKS--
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Everything the best. i!
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The most advanced types of in
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with the skill, knowledge and ex
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Optician and Optometrist
Pope Bldg. 81714th St. Suite 310
Washington.’ I). C.
Notice of Ftaeu Test*
7ho Htato KroplDJrnent CommlMlon ol
Mary lan* will hold lltnoM tarns at Aiinop
olio, naltlrooro. Cumberland, Frederick end
(Salisbury on the detee In,in at,id below, toek
teblleh Data of parson* eligible for appoint
ment In the following rleeat aof poaluooe In
the Plata service The tieuel annual atartho
aalarlreere ea indicated
TeUi to br Held May 21, 1921. et Follow,;
Junior Htenogrephrr,fMO to HOW.
I Henlor Hie-ngrephef, Wto U, (lax)
Htenogrepher-Hecrelary. tI'AU tuttwe.
Junior Typist. woo tofiOCO.
Hen lor Typist, W to IIXJO.
(IrephotypeOneretor. I*oo
Meeeencer. HIM) end Itarslns-
I Junior Itranenion, liwo.
1 Senior Irreftemen, tlhliu.
I'einter, pun to *o*o and meeia, loilglng and
• laundry.
U|uot 'TeeUif IT'ffl %
IWawbridge’operetur, WW to gJWU
Tt to be Held May 28. 1921, e Fellew,
( bootleur, IIOM to |I*M).
Teete to ha held at Halil more end Hallabury
Mer Kl.at Annapolla, Monde,. Mey , end
et rrederlek Wedneadey, Mey bl, at lot-
Iowa;
cotteee M eater. I7 to pun end meele,
. lodging and leuodrr.
I o'tegn Metron, ttX end inoale, lodging
end leundry.
I.eundry Worker, tMO to PAO end meeia.
lodging end leundry.
iau to I:*10 end tosela, lodging
end laundry.
Moaptui tiendent, CMO to g&M end meeia,
lodging and laundry.
Huapuel Charg* Attendant (promotion)
gtao to trm end meal., ladkdng end leundry.
CareUk -r. MO to turn,
Non-Aaaambled Teau are Mchednled for
I Harriet stale Health onicer, r
Trained N urea, I7 end board, lodging end
leundry.
“R EBECCA ’ S
TRIUMPH"
In aid of SL Church.
Newtown, will ifexriven by the
Young Ladies oJ'rTbwtewn, at
ST. JOSEPH*m\LU
Myrganxa\
, Friday j- -
. Play Begins at 8 P. M. Smurp.
Admission 50c. *
Trustee’s Sale
„OF~
REAL ESTATE
By virtue of a decree of tbo Cteeult
, Court for 8t Mary’* Counly, la
Equity, peeved lo a caueo wbnrt-ln Joe
. Holly and others arc plaintiff* and
. ftertha Emma E. Curticn and other.
. arc defendant*, No. I.VH fe. K, the
uodcreipiMul truetce will offer for gale
at public auction to the hlgbnvt bidder,
at the Court Hoiioc diKir in Leonard
| town, Md., on
TOESDAY. MAY 17, 1921
>
i at 2 o'clock p. in., all that tract or
. parcel of land situated about 2 mllne
. from Mnchanlc.vHlo, In Uic Fifth Kloc
. tlon District of 81. Mary's County,
, State of Maryland, called and known
a "Part of Thome*' Git" ami “Jac
ob's Discovery." containing 97 acre*,
more or log*, and Ixting the property
laWly occupied by .fame* U. Hotly and
Fannin Holly, hi* wife. The above
land In valuable fur'll* growing llm
[ lier and wood, a portion being arable
and adapted to the staple crop* of the
section. Improvement* cungiHt* of
einaH tenant house and out house. v
TERMS OK SALK, a* proscribed by
decree, lining one-half of tho purchase
money to lie paid In cash on day of
sale and balance In twelve month*
from day of sale, or all cash at the
option of the purchaser, the credit por
tion to Is'ar Interest from the day of
sale and to lie secured by tho note of
1 the purchaser,- with security satisfac
tory to the trustee
WM. MKV EU ELL U )KEll,
1-21 4t. TrusUto.
Notice
In the Orphans’ Court for St. Mary's
, County, Maryland.
fn the matter of tho estate of Julia
C. Bailey, deceased.
Upon the petition of F. Harvey
Bailey, administrator, c. t. a. of the
estate of Julia C. Halley, deceased, it
1* this 121)t day of April, 1921, ordered
bv the Orphans’Court of Bt. Mary’s
I County, that tlie 24th day of May,
' 1921, lie named and appointed for a
i meeting in lids Court of persons en
titled to distribution, shines, or lega
cies, or a residue, or of any part or
; portion of said decedent's estate, in
pursuance of tho provisions of Section
■ 141 of Article 93, of Bagby's Code of
Maryland.
And all such persons are hereby
notified and warned to lie and appear
in person, or by guardian, solicitor
or agent, In this Court on said named
day, at 11 o’clock A. M., to the end
that payment and distribution may be
then and there made under the Court’s
direction and control.
• It is further ordered, that notice of
the same and of this order bo given by
publication ol this order In one of the
weekly newspapers published in Bt.
Mary's County once a week for four
successive weeks before the 2lst day of
May, 1921.
. JOHN H. ABELL,
W. C MATTINGLY,
CHAS. W. FOX WELL,
Judges of the Orphan*’ Court for St.
t Mary’* County, Maryland.
- Tost: BEN.I. COMBS,
f Register of Wills for St. Mkry’s
t tv >nty, Maryland. ,
r True Copy— Test:
p BEN.I. QpMHS,
. Register of Wills for St. Mary’s
County, Maryland. 4-M-4t.
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Traders License Notice.
Office of (.ierk Y th>- Circuit Court for
St- (,.'.iVtV: y * ’
l.>oh,iiUt4wii. \il , April 20 i9fcl
Under , <lirt'C(i'i\ uf- the bUU> Tax
Commission, whichlwus crusted b| Art
of General Asscmbw. 1914. all Traders
and Merchants arc! required to file,
under oath, the fotfcwing form of ap
plication for Traders’ License, and, in
no case will the li/’nae be issued on
lex* the formal application be properly
executed: /
T /‘■ im
Application for Traders' License,
St/Mary’s County.
Name in which the business is con
ducted*- j .
None or namdsof proprietors—
Nameof applies!^—
Applicants relation V the business—
location of place of business (p, O.
address)
F'.lection District 4. Town—
| Nature of business conducted—
I Amount of stock of goods, wares and
merchandise /not manufactured
by you) carried at principal sea
son of sale —a
Tax assessment on stock in trade:
Town |aesmenl~
County assessment—
| Amount of fire insurance carried on
stock at principal season of sale—6
If corporation, when and where incor
porated?
Signature of Applicant.
AFFIDAVIT.
State of Marytacd, S 6, Mary’s County,
Set: I \
|On this day of ....... 1991, before
me. the subscriber, personally appeared
the applicant for traders’
| license and made oath in due form of
law that the statements set forth above
{arc true to the beef of paid applicant’a
. knowledge and belief. ,
( Clerk hf Court
T Juried of the Paace
( NeteryiPublic,”
Rates of Traders' License.
( \ . ILW,
For the information of merchants,
I the following rates of traders’ licenses
are pubtawd:
For a stork of I|.|loo,ll6.ooand fees;
If oyer ll.Sbfi and net exceeding 61,600,
. 41H 00 and febe: if over 91,600 and noi
S exceeding 62.(5>0. tC• 00 and fees; ii
| over 62.600 ami hoe exceeding 64.000,
I 626.00 and fee* If over |4.000 and not
exceeding Sfi.OOO, |3O 00 and feee, if
over 60. (NO and nof exceeding 68,000.
640- and fees; If ever 68,000 and not
exceeding 610,000. 660 00 and feee, Aei
The free to be Added to each license,
am. Clerk’s fee 6o cents, sheriff 26, and
for affidavit 10 cbnU.
Cigarette License. $25. And fees
IST Female Tradtrs. whose stock in
trade exceeds 6300.10. are required to
par the asms rate as other persona.
It the afftdavlt. be taken before a
magistrate, the change will ba 10 cents
less upon each license.
ENOCH ABELL,
Clerk of the Circuit Court for 8L
Mery’s County.
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