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Saint flDarp’a cacon
* Leonardtown, Md.
Thursday Morning, May 20, 1921.
Localwise & Otherwise
Mrs. J. Parran Crane, of Baltimore,
is the guest of Capt. and Mrs. Walter
Wise.
Mr. Leroy Getz, who has lieen con
fined to his home by illness, is report
ed as improving.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Porter, of Wash
ington, have been visiting Mrs. Archie
Bennett, near Leonardtown.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cullinson, of
Ridge, are receiving congratulations
on the birth of a fine baby girl.
|. Mrs. Sophia Briscoe and Miss Ellen
Carroll spent part of last week as the
guests of Capt. and Mrs. Walter Wise.
Mr. Phil 'Groenwoll, Jr., left on
Tuesday for New York, after spending
a month at his homo in Leonardtown.
There will boa play and dance at
Oravllle School on Wednesday even
ing, June Ist. Play begins at Bp. m.
Mrs. Horace Bowling, who is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Joy, has returned from a trip to Wash
ington.
The May procession at St. Michael's
Church, Ridge, will bo hold on Sundav
May 29th. Miss Marie Raley will be
"May Queen."
Fr. John W. Casey is away for a
month's vacation and Fr. John La
Fargo is taking his plats' at St. Aloy
slus Church.
Miss E. May Bowles and Mr. Ed
ward I. Wood, both of Lovevlllo, wore
married on May 7th at St. Dominick’s
Church. Washington.
m Mr. and Mrs. Walter A, Smoot, of
"T. 8.," were guests of Mrs. Smoot’s
mother, Mrs. Maggie Boyd, in Lnon
ardlown, during lust week.
Mrs. A. Dana Modgdon is the guest
of Dr and Mrs. A. I* Hodgdon, at
■'^"Dana-on-lhc-Patuxent," while her
Jins hi. ad is making his annua) cruise
as an officer In the Naval Reserves.
"Miss Eleanor L. Lokcr, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Lokor, lias re
turned from Baltimore, where she
graduated from the Eaton and Bur
nette Business Col logo with the high
average of 98 1-5.
Point Blakistone (ColtonVU, under
the management of Mr. R. D. Hlaki
stone, will open the season on Satur
day. May 28th, with a grand hall and
B o'clock dinner. Berryman's Orches
tra will furnish the music.
Father La Fargn preached a very
eloquent sermon at the Solemn High
Requiem Mass for Father Fenwick at
Bt. Aloysius Church on Monday. In
the most graceful and eulogistic lan
guage, ho paid tribute to the deceased
priest, who had endeared himself to
Flies are very bad this year duo to
a mild winter. A safe remedy for them
is screen doors. You can call two
longs and two shorts and Paul 11.
lying will deliver you any size at 12.95.
You buy 5 llis. of my good grade cof
fee at JO cents per lb. and I will give
you 5 lbs of sugar free. I have plenty
of binder twine—l also have the rigid
price on it. Mens’suits a specialty.
Advertisement.
Compton News
Biggs, of Balti
more, spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell Higgs,
Mrs. Alice Bullock, of Clements,
spent Sunday wifh friends in tills sec
tion .
Misses Nettie Virginia, Rose and
Louise Abell spent Sunday with tlielr
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Abell,
Mr. ClarencoYiu.v, of Clement*, was
seen in this section Sunday last.
Miss Violet Yates, of Washington.
Is visiting friends and relatives at
Compton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robbie tying, of
Washington, spent Si.nday with Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Leach.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Russell and
child, of Washington, are visiting
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Harrison, ae
companlod by Mr. and Mrs. David
Miles, Mr. Win. Miles and Misses
Thelma Tippett, Margaret Cryer and
Alberta Mattingly, went on a picnic at
Millstone Monday lust.
Mrs. Harrison Ewell is spending a
few days with her husband and daugh
ter,
A dance will Ist given at Compton
School Thursday, May 2Blh. flood
music and toe cream.
News From the Seventh
■ s
Mr. Tommie Lawrence, of Washing
ton, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Goo.
L, Lawrence, of Ml. Airy.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, of Wash
ington, spent the week end with Mrs.
Smith’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Dingee, of Bush wood.
Mrs. Whittle Biggs, of Baltimore,
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Mat
tingly, of Abell.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Gilbert Dent, ol
Clinton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. H. Dent, of Burlington, Sunday.
Cant, Charlie Clteseldine, of Rivet
Springs, is very HI. Mr. Jimmy (flies
eldine, his brother, has been culled tr
his bedside.
Mr. J. B. Woodhurn, of Poplat
Grove, lias purchased u Ford trucl
and had it fitted up with it top, to carry
■ the mail after July Ist from Palmers t<
Leonardtown.
Too many men who boast of belm
self-made seem to have been interrupt
cd before the job was finished
* Mr. Charlie Hall, of Poplar Grove
has purchased hltuself a line drivlni
horse.
Mr. Wilson Goode, of Bushwood
owns a. Ford car that can whistle
Mr. Goode says before the war hi
Ford whistled Rho "Star Spanglet
Banner,” and after the armistice wa
signed it whistled "Johnny Com
Marching Home," and now, if he stay
out late, it will whistle “There's N<
Place Like Homo. ”
Labor Is a blessing when you getth
right price per hour for your prospin
tlon.
A v 4-year-old mule for sale. Broke
to ail kinds of farm work. .Apply A
T. Wiblo, Aboil.
Mr. and Mrs. John Imree and fam
ly, of the Capital City, spent the wee
end at their summer home on White'
Neck Creek.
Miss Bessie Moushaw, of Washini
ton, is visiting the home of her pai
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Meushai
of River Springs.
v Mr. J. Clifton Downs, of Sorlngfieli
has just completed m floe dory boat ft
the oyster trade. —Gabriel.
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Chaplioo Items
The Fourth District Community Cluh
met for business last Thursday after
noon, May 19. The meeting was wel!
attended.
As a result of the election on that
day, Mr. Henry F. Burroughs will
succeed Mr. Harry O. Garner as club
President; Mrs. Jos. Gibson will suc
ceed Mrs. Wm. H. Gardiner as ylee-
Presldent, and Mr. W. Edelen Ooagh
and Miss May D. Reeder wit! continue
in office as Treasurer and Secretary
respectively. Many improvement mat
ters were discussed at this meeting and
it was decided to donate the not pro
ceeds of the May entertainment to the
Chinese Famine Fund. This entertain
ment will bo held at Chaptlco Hall
next Thursday evening, the 261 h, and
lining under the management of Mrs.
Compton Swann, a very attractive pro
gram may well be expected.
Miss Cathe-lne Conlin, who Ims lieen
the gnest of Mrs. Aubrey Gardiner,
has rotnrned to Baltimore.
Mr. Willie Davis lost his fine driv
ing horse, “Black Girl,” last week.
Mrs. L. E. Johnson has returned to
her home after an extended visit to Iter
mother, Mrs. Katherine M. Hayden,
of "Willow Glen."
A dance for the benefit of St. Mary’s
Hospital was held at Chaptico Mon
day evening, May 23rd.
BASEBALL
The Leonardtown team had a good
work out at Leonard Hall on Sundav
afternoon and the boys are fast round
ing intoplaying form. Bros. Fidelis
and Pauius, Harris and Henry Caroa
lier, "Dick” Oreenwnll, Frank Combs
and "Dick" Brubacher form a nucleus
of seasoned players, around whom it
should ho easy to build a winning
loam. The "fans" will be glad to
know that Harry and Sam Davis,
diamond favorites of a few years ago,
will again be seen in the national game
with the leonardtown nine. Influence
is also lining brought to bear on Elliott
Dent, of Oakley, a former professional
star, and it looks as if ho might yield
to persuasion ami take a share of the
box work for the local team. Austin
Hamilton, of the old La Plata team is
another possibility. Be is located in
Leonardtown now and could easily get
Into sha|ie. With a little practice ho
could greatly strengthen the nine In
the field and at the bat. Ollier promlse
isg material among the younger play
ers Inoludes the three Norris brothers,
Marlon Gough, Kenneth Duke, Frank
ConnolW, Elbert Drury, Besson de-
Wall and several others. *
Bel Alton defeated Charlotte Hall on
Saturday afternoon last in an excep
tionally well played garni-, the score
being 4to 2. Charlotte Hall staged a
ninth Inilng rally that for a while
promised to send the game into extra
Innings A double play, however,
nipped it in the bud Coart and Hill
both did good mound duty for the
school boys, add Mattes was very ef
fective (or Bel Alton Thompson,
C. H. short-slop, and Wingate, 2nd
base, both distinguished themselves,
Mcclianlcsville registered their first
win of the season on Monday when
they lieal Rieeville 7to 3, Mattery for
Klceville, Davis and Wallien. and
Davis; Meehanlcsvllle, Hill and Rich
ardson
SAXTON- BURNS.
Miss Margaret C. Borns, employed
in llie office of i ’lerk of the (Jourt Enoch
Aliefl, and formerly Postmistress at
('omptoii, wlieie she was engaged in
the moreanllle business, was married
on Tuesday, Mav I7ih a! Si. 1 i y iimn
--trhUTsVti; Washington, to Mr. William
F. Saxton, u retired farmer of the
Clements senior.
JAMES C LONGMORF,
James C. Longmorc, aged about (ITi
■ years, died suddenly at his home in
Leonardtown on Thursday morning,
I May 19lti. For many years ho was
, overseer of the "Tudor Hall" estate
for the late Joseph H Key, hut for
the past ten years had Ix-en engaged in
i the drayage business in the county
seat.
He was a hard working, Industrious
' man, who will he greatly missed
Those who lived near him speak in the
highest terms of his neighborly ac
( coined a tiun and kindly helpfulness.
Funeral services were heid on Sat
urday. May 21, at Si Aloysius Church,
j May he rest in |ieaee.
STORM DOES DAMAGE IN WESTERN MD.
1 A small cyclone struck Washington
j county, a lew miles west of Hagers-
I town, on Tfivtnday afternoon and did
considerable damage in a path a few
hundred yards wide. Many trees wen*
II uprooted and telephone poles and
‘ fences blown down. Hall, the size of
hen eggs, which accompanied tin* storm
„ at Hagerstown, klilel three cows at
j Federnlsbnrg and did damage at Den
ton and Haliers Kerry.
1 Scatter Weller Appointed Ob JmH Cowwfiee
Senator Weller has lawn appointed
one of the mem tiers of a Joint Commit
*• lee of the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives to Investigate and report to
, Congress on the subject of establishing
, a system of short time rural credits In
y the United States, and Pi recommend
* Pi Congress such legislation as may br
deemed practicable and desirable
, This Joint Committee has lieen created
t- by an Act of Congress. It consists ol
mnmliers of the Banking and Currency
, and Agricultural Committees of tin
House and of the Senate. Hcuapii
Weller is one of the three rnemliers sc
' lected from the Senate Committee or
,r Banking and Currency, the Chairmar
4 . of which Committee Senator McLean,
of Connecticut, will lie Chairman ol
the Joint Committee.
This Joint Committee is authorized
ir to have hearings and take such otbei
fit measures as it may deem necessary ir
“y recommending legislation on this sub
ki jecl.
WtrkTt Newt ■ fitted
Together with the world’s news, Tin
' W ash ington Star, in its beautiful Roto
K gravure Section, cacti Sunday give
, readers the latest news and (eatur
d, photagraphs of the day. Exper
e. camera men located in every countr;
is on the globe supply their Lost worl
sd for this superbly printed section. Or
as der your copy of next Sunday’s Wash
ue ington star today!
f* .
COMING EVENTS
he
Friday, May 27-Dance at Popla
Hill Hall, Valley Lee, for benefit c
cn Flney Point School. Guy’s Orchestru
A- Friday, May 27-" Diamonds an
Hearts,” comedy-drama, at Medley'
M- Neck basement.
ek Friday, June 3-Drama. "Rebecca 1
s’s Triumph,” at Town HaJl, Leonard
town.
ig- Tuesday, June 7—Dance at St. Jfimr
w- Hall, near Park Hall. Ridge Oriftiei
.w, tra. Refreshments.
Monday, May SOth.—Leonard Hal
Id, Moving Pictured and Dance for benel
or of Leonard Hall. Refreshment
Karl Berryman’s Orchestra.
_ _____
GENUINE
BULL”
DURHAM
tobacco makes 50
flood ciflarettes for
A ' 10c
MARY CATHERINE LANGLEY
Died on Thursday, May 12th, Mrs.
MaryC. Langly, in the 68th year of
her age. The night preceding her
death, Mrs. Langly retired to her room
apparently in good health and was
found dead about 6 o'clock the next
morning. From appearances, she had
died peacefully while she slept.
STATE POLICE BOND
Governor Ritchie is witling person
ally P> asure the county sheriffs of
Maryland who (ear they might en
danger tlielr bond through swearing
In the State police force as special
deputies that the Stale will under write
their bond to the limit of any damage
arising from acts of the State motor
officers. The Governor so declared
following the return to Baltimore of
the State in topers from their lour of
the Eastern Shore and several of the
northern comities during which they
were turned down as deputies by the
sheriffs of Queen Annes and Harford
counties. Although it is understood
that the sheriff r.-f Allegany county and
the sheriff of HI. Mary's county will
take a similar stand and refuse to
swear in the police as depulie*. Col.
Baughman Is going ahead with his
plans for the second tour. This will
carry the men into the county seats of
Western Maryland and Southern
Maryland.
(>n Monday. May 23rd, the members
of tho force were sworn In at Hagers
town and Frederick and on Tuesday
at WestmiosP-r, Rockville and f*a
Plata. Prince Frederick was the last
place on the schedule, pi he visited on
Wednesday. leonardtown was not In
cluded In the itinery, it being under
stood that Sheriff Bowles would de
•■line n swev them in as deputies,
OBITUARY
Mrs. Elizabeth Herliert. the lieloved
wife of Cleveland Herliert, and the
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Vincent
Gray, of Oravllle, died at tier home
Tuesday night. May I2lh. 'Hiedeceas
ed was about .18 years of age, and death
w as due to heart trouble.
Mrs. Herliert lied been in poor health
during tin- past year, but she Imre her
Illness with such pnttenee and fortitude,
that hut few of her even roost lnU>ate
friend* realized her eondiUoff De
spile herpoor health, the end M-iu- al-
TfWßrsudiWtjr, Sfw <i spteßH a few
minutes before the arrival of eflher the
family physician or pastor, Mb were
called
Ugaujcs her husband and patents,
■he is 'arii VTre*M*#JUge ittllu um-aHhe
the olansl ol whom ts'liaMjr-4-l years'
of age She also (caves two sixers,
, Mis Albert Hunkier and Miss Myrtle
1 Gray, and one brother, McKinleK
Gray, nil of Washington.
, M rs, Herbert was a lady ol adm’.rrt
, able mot at character, a devoted wife'
. ami mother, a good neighbor, and a
j kind sympathetic friend. Many mourn
her dealli su'd her liereaviwl family has
the heartfelt sympathy of a wide circle
( of friends.
Funeral services were held at the
, Immaculate Conception Church. Me
, chanicsrtllc, Saturday, May Itlh, and
Iter remains taken to Hi. Joseph’s
Cemetery (or burial.
May the rest In peace.
• A Friend,
A CARD
I wish hi inform my patrons and the
general public tliat Hit O. U. Credit,
1 who has lieen associated with me in
‘ luislness (or the last 21 years, has do
* iiarh-d (or the devastated regions of
r France with considerable of my profit.
and is no longer In my employ. Jlut
; t liavo Isien very fortunate In securing
f the services ol Mu. BPut Cash, and
™ cousequeiillv will lie in a much letter
I position to lake care of your wants
‘ than ever before. Thanking you all
for your past patronage and soliciting
a continuance of the same, I remain,
llcsiieclfiilly yours,
* ADAM T. WHILE.
d IN Ml: MO KLIM
>• In sad but loving remembrance of
o our dear mother, Mlt. MARY N,
tf NORRIS, who departed this life one
n year ago, May 29, 1930.
The rose that is dearest and fairest
j Is tho one that is killed by the frost;
,j The one that was purest and fairest
,f Is tho one that we have lost,
y We miss your kind and willing hand,
ip Your fond and earnest care;
ir Onr life is dark without you,
- Wo miss you everywhere
II Have you a mother? Rive tier well
n Wiillc she is hero on earth;
h Do not wait until her death
>f To appreolaUi her precious worth.
, Into sweet rest she has entered,
" No more to grieve or to weep;
She is smiling on us from heaven
n Our dear mother has fallen asleep.
“ IfV HHt ( ‘HILDBEN, AIJ.AN, RALPH,
Elmer, Norm a, Walter, Lwl>,
CHARLIE AND ALICE NORMS.
In sad but loving remembrance ol
my dear wife, Mrs. MARY N. NOR
,e RIS, who departed this life one yeai
D . ago, May 29, 1930, Gone, but not for-
Bg gotten. By Hkat Hush and.
re ll "■
ry Contract to Let
rk . ,
T- The Board of Education will reeelvi
h- up to Monday, June 13th, 1921, bidi
for the building of a school house noa
Hollywood, In the Olh E. D.
Copy of plans and specifications m;
be had by applying al the office of fit
Board of Education.
By order,
ftl . CEO. W. JOY, Secretary.
“• Teachers’ Examinatioi
nd
r’s The Annual Examinations of appll
cants for teachers’ certificates will h
k i g held In the Public School Building
.j. Leonardtown, on
Tburida; and Friday, Jim 2ad ud 3rd, 192
AH applicants must notify the Supei
lotoodent not later than Tuesday, Ma
31 t.
ill. The examination will begin Tbui-i
sfit day morning, June 2nd; at 8:45 o’clocl
ts. By order,
GEO. W. JOY, Superintends!]
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NOTICE!
SWANN'S HOTEL
will open or Decoration Day May 30J I
with Mrs. Jennie Elmore’s Hand of I
Washington, the former pianist. The
public is invited.
J. T.JSWANN.
“Rebecca’s Triumph”
by the young ladies of Newtown,
will be repeated at
TOWN HALL, Leonard town,
Friday, June 3
Moving Mores and.
rih § ■~r ■
Dance i
-at- ;
Leonard Hall
i
Monday, May 30th I
REFRESHMENTS !
Music by Karl Berryman’s
Orchestra. >
For Benefit of Leonard Hall i
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Notice to Creditor*.
Orphans’ Court of St. Mary's County, (
Not:—April 28, 1921.
Tills is to give notice that the aub- *
scrllier has obtained from the Orph- (
ans' Court for HI. Mary's County, let- 1
lers testamentary on the estate of I
J. FRANK SMITH,
lata of said county, deceased. All 1
persons having claims against aald i
dreeased are hereby warned to exhibit i
the same with the vouchers thereof, to (
the snhscrUier on or before the 9Mh ,
day of October, 1921: they may other- (
wise by law be excluded from all bene
fit of said estate. All persons Indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make '
immediate payment. 1
M. ALICE SMITH, i
1-3# fit. Kxprc'lrtx. <
Notice ta Creditor*.
i
Orphans' Court of 8f Mary's County, •
Ret;—April 12, 1921.
Tills is to give notice that the üb
serlber has obtained from the Orphans'
Court for Rl Mary's County, letters
testamentary on the estate of
A. CLAUDE HAYDEN,
late of said county. deneased. All
persons having claims against -aid
deceased are hi>reby warned to exhibit
the same wiUi the voueliees thereof, to
the subscriber on or Isefora tin* 12lli
day of October, 11131: they may other
wise by law be excluded from all lame
tit of said estate. All persons Indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make
Immediate payment,
ANDREW J HAYDEN,
4 Ufii. Executor.
Factory Mill
Beat Flour - • £B.OO |or bbl
If bags or bbl ore fum’d.* $7.60
4 coots par pound In quontl
tlea toao than barrel.
Moot - - • £I.OO par buaHol
Bren and Mid. mtxod • 2o par lb.
John T. Cecil
Great Mills P. 0., Maryland.
For Sale
-One good fast driving mare and one
good nair working mules. Apply
BKNJ. M. DUN HAH,
2t- Hermanvtllr, Md.
l ; or Sale
HAY AND CORN.
R. 11. I'KM Hilt <K K,
> 414 It. Park Hall, Md.
THE
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i* HalUmore, Md.
1 ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS
STATE HCIIDLAKsTIIHa IN ENGI
NEERING COURSES
- ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS for
the School of Engineering, as wall aa
. for the College of Arta and Science#,
, will he held in the Civil Engineering
' Building, Homewood, MONDAY-SAT*
: UKDAY. June 2U-2K. 1921, beginning
at 9 a m , each day. under the auaptcea
of the C dirge Entrance Examination
Board.
APPLICATIONS FOR SCHOLAR
SHIPS IN THE SCHOOL OF ENGI
NEERING established uniter the pro
visions of the Law* of Maryland. Chea
ter. 90, 1912, will now be received. If
theiv is more than oo* applicant for a
particular scholarship, a competitive
examination must be taken Friday. Sep
tember 23. 1921, beginning at 9 a. m.
Appointments will be made soon there
after.
Each legislative District of Balti
more City end each County of the State,
with the exception of Cecil, Harford,
Howard and Queen Anno’*, will be en
titled to one or mor9 scholarship* for
'• the year 1921-1922, in addition to those
*• which have been already assigned, in
the four counties mentioned above the
ell the available scholarship* have been
ft warded.
F Under the provisions of the Act of
■ r the Assembly, the County and City
r * 8 tholarahips in the School of Engineer
ing are awarded only to deserving ata
- dents whose financial circumstances are
such that they are unable to obtain an
education in Engineering unless free
tuition be granted to them. The schoi
.e arshine entitle the bolder* to free tai
ls tion.frre nee of text-books, snd examp
le Hon from *ll regular fee*. Orta ol the
scholarships in each County and in each
ty Legislative District of the City carries
ie alto the sum of |2OO, and is known ass
"Senatorial Scholarship." Sanatoria!
Scholarships may be awarded for 1921
1922. in Baltimore City Tfirat, second,
- third and fourth DlatricSs), Ann# Aran
_ del, Baltimore, Calvert, Kent, Mont
U gomery. Prince George's, Somerset ant
Washington Counties.
H* Scholarships may be awarded tt
'** graduates of Loyola College, St. John'i
Ki College, Washington College, ML St
Mary's College. Rock HlllCollcge.
171 Three scholarship* may be awsrdet
41 "At Large."
>r- Applicants should address The Regis
ay tr. The Johns Hopkins Univsrtbey
for blank forms of application and to
re- catalogues giving InfermMlon as to cx
sk. aminstions, award of scholarship*, an
courses or instruction. The next m
at. sion begins, Tuesday, October 4, 1921
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!, PEARSON, MD, Phone Great Mills U-F-S
Farm Brokers
| FEDERAL AUTO SUPPLY CO., I I
Z 477 Penna. Ave. N. W. WASHINGTON. D. C. I
Automobile Accessories of Quality j
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If you need anything for your
Truck, Tractor or Passenger Car, |
write us for quotations. Mail or
ders filled same day received. You {
will find our goods, prices and ser
vice right. I
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PRESENT THIS AD AND SECURE 5 PER CENT DISCOUNT
—SPECIALIZING IN—
AUTO STARTING, LIGHTING AND IGNITION
SALES AND REPAIR SKRVIOK
A Complete Stock of Generator and Starter Brushes, Wire, Coils,
Distributor Heads, Ignition Parts, Cut-outs, Chains, Gears
and Replacement Parts for all Electric Systems.
ROY F. CARTY
1608 Fourteenth Shed N. W, Washington, D. C.
Store Hour*; 8.30 to 6 Week Days; 11 to 12 Sundays; 8.30 to 1 Holidays
"Trouble Shooting:” I‘hone for Service Car. N. 688..
STARTER AND GENERATOR ARMATURE REWINDING
Distributor for the Philadelphia Diamond Grid Battery
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I DUKE BROTHERS
Announce the occupancy of their
completely remodeled Building
“DUKE BROTHERS’ CORNER”
Ice Cream Soft Drinks
Full line of Cigars and Confectioneries
With the installation of a new soda fountain, this will
be the most up-to-date refreshment parlor in Southern J• -
Maryland.
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TELEPHONE 6
Hotel St. Mary’s Garage
REAR OF HOTEL
ALWAYS OPEN
J. M. Stinson, Prop.
FIREPROOF GARAGE
TIRES. GAS, ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES
FULL LINE OILS AND GREASE
VULCANIZING TIRES AND TUBES
Cars Stored, Rented and Washed
SKILLED MECHANIC AT YOUR COMMAND
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PRE Insurance will not protect you against”*
loss through Windstorm or Tornado %
damage to your property. But you can get
this double protection through a combined
. Fire and Tornado policy in the old and well
known, HOME OF NEW YORK. BJiHi
The growing danger of windstorm makes this Wfffi AeSM
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for complete protection. We will
gladly send you particulars about
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THE HOME company NEW YORK [
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Write General Agent. Baltimore, for Address Nearest Agent
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I No Mystery About Our Moderate Charges |
A perfectly equipped Labratory on the promises, the adoption of 5
Uie latest labor saving devices, and common-sense business man- fi
agement, enable us to provide the highest grade of work at these If
reiuarkable prices.
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WHEN OTHER TEETH ARE ORDERED * X
B.idge Work on Teeth without Plates our specialty. Per tooth, $5 8
Full Sets, $5 UP Gold Crowns, 22 karat... .$5 9
Silver Fillings 60c Gold Fillings $1 UP 8 ■’
All work guaranteed 20 years. Wo do exactly as we advertise. ■
DR. SMITH DENTISTS, Inc. | 4
Washington, D. C. OR. WALDO, Mgr. 8
Over 20 Years Actual Experience, 9 fe ~
S. W. Corner 7th end E- Ste. N. W Entrance 434 7lh St M. W. g
Phone Franhl.a 2547. Over Kreegee. |

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