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Of the Eastern Shor! 1 usl '. M KANK Or SERVICE’ 4 Per Cent Int*r est Paid on <nvi Computed S;m Anr air . Modern Service to Check Act u Resources Back of this Bank Over $10,000,000.00 IP We take this opportunity to thank our j :.r <n* a P friends for their patronage the pa t year. # Make this bank your bank. as u is v r n by HOME PEOPLE, with the advanta*/* of the of fifteen other banks of the company. omttßb CHAB V. HAYDEN. Ju t - S M.JnNKs W. E. DltlKY V.-t i Attorney JOS. !i. < HIXO IH.IKTI >R.S CHAS. V. HAVDKN.Mk J. J. NORRIS W, 11. J. P. GHEEM WELL JOS. B. DRURY ... I - ■ S. M. JONES J-> A < w&mmmmm********* imwWi | PRIME PHONOG | AND REC£ | jj Full Line of iVlili j Miss Edmunds, of Ntv Charge of Millinery I) •;* i; Good Roads AND ii Wrenn Bugg; -3 < \ ii J. W. DENT~£i <1 Drayden, Me, Matthews Full Automatic V-K * cr Cicetrlo Light and Power Plants THE ELECTRICAL SUPPL 1 J. FENNER LEE, Prop Electrical Supplies AMe Electrical Household ' Battery Sorvice BELL TELEPHONE LECNA WK ADDRESS THIS TO T 11K INI >I \ 111 \' art (*lor: Just come and le!i us--and v, in 15 or 20 minutes just what I. • t > cost of all the lumber, mil! work, < , * be. You’ll be astonished ai i! iC \o\ V C ; ) v t You 11 be pleased with oir foe a>r service. You’ll not be urged I) ! FRANK LllililiV F O' Sixth and Mrir • •/. t /. ESTABLISHED I_-4 \VA>!li; r- ' ■■■■■■WBBHBSl: JEDM" GUY BROS.. ; t’LKMKN'rs, Ml). * ft* DEALERS L\—- Chevrolet Repairs (in sUv . Genuine Ford Parts in st k < Case 'or i Planter*. Krm I ’ Wagons. Wrenr. Buggies, (! • i ■ year Tires, H inge*. Cook s .\ Furniture, H.iriu***. (i ilv.it i/.- l ( American Wire Fencing. i* 1 J‘ >. Guano in Stock. Millinery, Drv i L, N Groceries, Etc. CARS AND TRUCKS TOR HIST Pathe Phonographs and Records n Goods Delivered in Quantities. Give us n c U FROCK FOR COOL DAYS rrwn velvet is utilized in this and warm street frock for Jays ‘ Walls of Troy," cut >3 cloth, edge all the hems. AGS MUST BE USEFUL r*.mcnts as Important as Style • c*/n Faille, Silk and Can *an Crepe, Materials. • ■•mpaet bags are the key •• novelties featured fill* l a* set the pane for -str i ll _r handbags, and .t Inrer* have id<i|4 a t v. i,i , arlatimis t< soil I A tiK-t i. an women. 1 airicl more for utility 1 oration by American - |>iu'•*<! out, nn<i there i aunts lire ii; iin|M>rtanl tic style. To give tin* I at 11.- same time make ' ta\e.l the Ingenuity of iii. lan tliey have suc -1 airaMy in comMiiitig the . > are being maile so Htnall me time spacious enough ; articles. that the term “van I; orally applied. ■ <■!•-}*• hag. square uml ole *1 *, i* the most stressed style, mi frames ami draw strings : • d ai new materials are also 'j"U ly featured, imi n faille, silk and canton re 1 hree of tlie most popular * used this season and an' ■ I in many cases with steel i.- There Is a strong tendency :h*l in;- hags. Some manufacture ■ bringing them out in American ami the cheaper makers are g lids Ity using fur fah imitations. ■;iC GLOVE IS APPROVED /ocustomed to Wear Kid r /- Lec ared Preference for Newer Handcovering. .. t.rii glove htis found favor most fastidious; even those ■ I i" HfiT the kid glove ex •'> i.a.f' declared preference for ov for general vear. i 1 il fancy kid glove, which - ■ tot it of success, the fabric * I Min to he decorafe<l In *. one of the weaves rtiid . i from France and. v. it hn* 'sen develo|ied id for an American cll :.ti arniure of tine cotton ■■ *i i s-siil through rn rat • avmg it with a velvety 1 ill suede. It Is said to I i ;Ii ■ y than the chamois, in' liked best in the heav •t i *i alios pn'frmil, gray re now in the tirst rank .1 tTcnuces In tones as h color with white and a infrisiueiitly, comblna ■ • f ill*' two. . ‘E3IGNS are latest Arc That Sport Clothes Copy Navajo Tribe and the Scandinavians. - enters which have been ■ ii dication of what the lashions nr? to Is*, the •rM of sjM.rl clothes lov- Xavajo tribe and ii .portstnen. g.-uinds with Norwegian h designs In all the prl 11<I darker backgrounds '• :'atterns are the lati*st - vciilits. As to colors, the * arc in the lend, hut . ■ I •' minhow has ever dls * __esied vies In popularity. 'i-nding the Blouse. when a favorite salt pieces under the arms, material may I>e hem i iie worn iilai'e most ut / LATEST alt(*rns In AI.L PAPER ■L apiece; Gill. 15c apiece. *• de. All Colors *-• 1 h- s-V and i I.,V> ' *1 I* l and tHio . hi.".; 4Sx>. #3.50; YlxHu. Ft. 75. - Faint. Jkic a pound, t Stains. *vc a quart. 3 St Messer Co. -l Baltimore Street ’ t.TIMOKE. MO. 1 i r opractic • . • ouipicte course. Even* ** *. i !ii p. m. Prosoec d* invited to attend ■ - i .J clinics. _on i-equest. Address: hi y School of Chiropractic Washington. D C. i , : Bert h i'Qiristmaj i Present a i.l* Mr. Gimlet was Mil alone l.v himself. The cobt UMwiiltrr wI n d was driving ill*- snow against t frosty window k and uo and then y It Wjcmwl I" fairly screech m him. '£* Some of the snow —'l—__J !<• have g.-; into Ids hair, and Koine of the frost into Ids heart, for he looked old. and cold, and gr.ni. The tin-light shadows that played on the wall were like the thought* that wont to and fro in his udnd in the light of the memories 4>f the bright ei • lavs of the past. The empty eii.drs r.minded him of his frieodlossu tin - ->\ (irking of tile old cloek. it I t ied to lie a CompuneD. only mad* •cm feel how lonely he was. lie ielt as nnii'h oat of the world, as far away •Tom its gladness as the picture of his grandfather that hung over the %helf. Mr. Gimlet was Wondering whsil he would get for Christmas. lie had -pent many years In'Vonderitig what he would get, and had gotten a good many things. No one had a better house thiin he, few had as iiiiieh money as lie had. There was a park, there "as a garden; within and without and all about him were the tit tigs that money can buy. Yes. Mr Gimlet was as r ill as money and thin s ean'Thn’ j • .:m. And yet. alllioi.gli ill t'.e thugs had led made ihttt happy. In was wishing for more. 11 • • did no: now any better than to visit for m ir< and. though he eould not thiin. oi mu lb Hi' that lie tussled, I e Impe i tba someone would think of soi t thin, otlon- that he miglil w ml and il • '.lit give him a gleam of p al Christ i joy. \way out on a prniiie the I’.11111)1 mnily were holding a consultation •il er the children had gone to bed Vi that moment the father and nmihei of the family were p rplex.d am ! •ven a good deal worried. The ituiiip had lieen pruetieing f:in) ing for som, Mine, blit without antici-aled results Tlte children didn’t see,anything the mailer with farming. The move on, of the smoky city had is-en ail en li'innv into parndise for them. Imu aid had ten hens and 11 ro •-b*r. Imp. Ihy owned two Muscovy ducks, with green feathers. Kenneth,had a Hub |M-ny that they ended/ • Isigger.” be cause they thought II would grow. Small Kdlth kept u • w V Imhl that she called her “gardy. ’ yre waa a pony carl. They had #a| „ ft pm in d i Hi 1111 I m J • lie rest of gfden Wouldn’t .nount to a hill •* :s. but il lu: 1 Then* was apt to IVavio igh for yum ysini cake, with raisins in It. to go • ■mid. Why, it was like a perpetual nbide! And even tfov. whit ab t’ ugs under the snow hlrHkel. and the pony and the two cows Fafe in tbe Yes, Mr. Gimlet Was as ilicn as Monty and Things Can Malle a Man. barn fanner Hump had (laughed with the happy, rosy hildiet). as the do. Jake toiled up the hit) nil ft tin- slid, s.. 1 lliey all niighrv g< shoii, • down again. “They’re a Jolly bum said farmer Hump. Hut that n tlo* Hum|is were holding a 1 ,u lion Although the two cows ia tin harn were hare, yet titer* w;.s blanket *ll them. The consulfni oi was about that blanket. Fanuei Hump called :t a mortgage and didn't know how he was going to pay it. No wonder It was an nrpjocs con suit a th>n. Short crops and a mortgage! Kmeigb to ’iatten out even the Humps! H.ut while the Humps were talking things over, the cildren were having dreams-. Tltey had laid awake for n while, tailing about the liest piaiv to bang up Chrislinaa stockings. and : part of .be <i>nversation downstairs the mortgage |>rt. had come up l< their ar> A little of the worry. t<> had * ..me vddi ii. so that they t. il asleep \ ll }. Utile uneasities.i aboii Wai Water Froni TO S Francis Le Bl9J7th St. Nw. Phone Mi xN. FORD CARPE PEARSaK. MD. Ph Fanli I tb* blanket that does not keep th ng* .arm. but makes them c..|.|. and won- J d-Ting wiiat a mortgage could be, and why no oik* could take it o?T without money. in his dream Is maid heard ■ a hoy singing this song; “FYne. little Jesus. sing for me There - * nothing on my Christmas tree."* j You see. this little boy had u tree. ! hut there w asn’t a thing >m itT mu even | a leaf. So he i-tamied how to get s.uu>- thing to grow ujkki it, Finally, he sung the song that Donald heard in Ids dream, and tlie next time he looked • >ut lliere was his Inv, full of red and golj apples, with leaves on ail the twigs and many pretty things among them, and iKmaltl saw it all in his dream. So. when he awoke. Imitate! thought he would sing the s.*ng too; and se* if Jesus couldn't take tbe ( shadow of that awful mortgage away, i and he sang: Hmie. little Jesus, sing for me! . There’s a mortgage on our Christmas tree. When Dorothy awoke she tvmetn j here*l that she had drmmnl about I writing a letter to Santa Claus, and ! so she went and wrote Si. This was : the letter: Dr ir Santa Clans; There's something the matter will our cows They've got a mortgage 01 1 ’em. Only money ran cure 'em Pleas. I cum- aii I eure 'em. m'h we ran have , I Christmas tree. I will la- good. Your hopeful DOROTHY. ' Tb. 11. when father went to town. I with the little pony. Hlgger. be put j the letter Into lie* post olllce. only lie dir.-et.-d it to Mr>. Hump's brother, Mr. Kpliraim Gimlet. Mr Gimlet was very - much surprised to hear from the Humps. He had ■ r . /. m ; < ..h n —* 1 'r'i ", < \ ' ■ . t*" : ? 1 1 -*-■ J a S t | \ . i - -.. Jh* ■_ 1 L - -2 -- Ihe Next Day the Carrier Brought . Promising l.oth'.ig Do.i, forgotten l(:ai h* bid a m it. atm that 111. re weie a 11l I tut Hump* A.. <.)d 1 roue* • nad made him hitter aid forgetful, a; 1 . bi.d fell more aloft, in lie* w. Id ;,:u lie really was. y* be -al ag :• t\ she lireMgiil. bin .n a <bar. ml m n lit night, lie inns.-I on Mj ’ •- , 1 I. a new lenderne- sin his 1 in .'.•in.si a new 1 lion. at Mill no u.ina l\ 1., libn and hroaght a 1.0 l> j i ■ |*o*e with it. ||e would p'r t'lan*. aiid give himself the v,, , j of leaking others I appy! 1 So. tile day before Clnis'mas liii* . ! l.appened at lit. Hump !e is. . \ Mr. | Hump went to tlie wuyshie j. i,..\ he found two letters. 11 hem made bin; sad. for It wa* from tlie nan ho lii'hl (lie mortgage, and it said limi (lie lime for (ursinetil h..d eonie. Il nn an; to Mr. Hump, “y.air nnmey, or your cows.*’ Hut Hi.' oili'T 1. 'tier was from ! Mr. Gimlet, and il made Air. I’,mop ' laugli until be cried, for ii was a . he. I, | fer CUio. with s. ui" kind'* fr eed ;, ; word* and good wide, enough to < n;v | the rows and all tin* (am l> 11..111.1. - j 'I lie next day the eurrier l.rougtd a most promising loosing big box from Ctieli Gimlet. thai ibe 'lni t mas tree was full of happy surpris. ior tin- little folk* and a rift or tv 0 for tlie big ones. Mol her Had -a bij. )>i<* in tin- di'hpan and the children found out what was in p. in. orhj poked a hole through the pa - .-h aril crust and pnlh'd out a iiiajdi* -11 _ ir lu-art. Donald got a r. d * .gar heart bei.neth a.I ,'i while sugar b art. Kdith got a yellow >u.;ir Ixa'l. • r said it wa> Cii.-le Gi .let', K iml heart that had made them all so happy. Then Mr. Gimlet got niith> r h ;}.i. It was a round rooin from .til tin Humps, with Ibe Ii; 1 1, Hump n: :.. . marks upon it. too. It made u>. ~ld man very happy. He was -i.iihg among a lot of pl.a- int tbh g- t'. it had been sent in ior 1.1- i‘ re 11'lf, hut he was not ih ni- ig \erv mm h of tb. 111. I I*. if; ill. le et ter in hi* hand and a far 0 f 1.,.. in Ids ejes as In- llionglil of t!e s i.fs- of |.\e, and toll that 'li In t gift that he had r"." : \.i| was ihe happy surprise that lie had given 10 the pis.ple on tin- prairie farm. “Divin.ty” Fudge. Hoil together two en). tils of g> n,u iat' d siig., r . <ne ell).fill of mapl. ruj one eupfii! ..f wafer and a ml.I. • ..a fill of vinegar until a little >. it ~ .j. • •ns w h.ui dropi d in . • ; ' w• r. . ,r then add a l.*;i-p.i;;a., of \ m! j take from tin- hr.-. While :!. - .. . n. ! Inis I wen ism.king, a < up .. of K i. l nii | lul.sl sugar shoii d liav. .I. pa o\ the fire in un.uh r -e:. p n wi>h ~ | half -upfill of cold v.at'-r, an.J. II : until Hie inixtur. sj.ins a tlir* ad f• the 1 p u spiwin. '1 stage be IM-ateri up with the st 1 wbipis-d whites of two . and fin, siirr.-d into tin- t -,t preparation. v>. h •■), shell]'! b\ now have . ...•. i| , _,: |y Heal the two bard until tli.-v .-j., SI men. w hen turn in 1 • . j ■’hopped nut k.-rm-ls ■ or pour into pans j.mj eist desired - I ••! Imu’ or 39$cd t Properties SELL sB. Smoot Washington am 7664. .NTER, Associated ione Great Mills 11-F-5 ibrokers Winning a Job and Son-in-Law : II By HARRIET JENNINGS. | " 'I | 121, Western Newspaper I'rtun Like a man tunning Into a slower of gold. 11 pauper flu.ling a diamond In the dust of the street, an Invalid sud ••‘n!j dis. iweiing h:i elixir of life. Du ► aid Murrs g: \e a great shout as he |. ad in a newspa|>er he bad plckml up on a park I emit 11 brief, but tu him a vitally sup e-ti\• inn. It ran: “Hn oruMe Wa.tun It.s-ves of Colorado, newly electevl congressman. Is at thg. iiatnptiHi hotel.“ A vivid picture dream ran riot In tbe mind of Morris. It seemed as though a sudden blaze of golden sunshine had come to illumine a life lieset with clouds. He had drift-d here to the nation’s capital with his motherless daughter. Hettlah. hoping to find some governmental position. Dugald Morris was a trlfie depressed when he [mpartetl to his daughter the inspiring information that he had found a real friend at last. When her father named Walton Reeves a strange quiver crossed Heulnh's face. Ten sin- tbi'h.-d, and when the story was ended she said simply: “I would ask no favors of a person who h. * possibly long since forgotten us. and who pro).ably has newer nc <pm ntam-es to •■unsider, and It may t>Hne other Reeves.” “Hi. no. It was to Colorado our friend went. I’ll be glad to see him, outside of what help he may give me in getting a political Job.” Heiiluli turned aside ns if to busy herself at her work. There had been a romance to the going away of Wal ton K.-eves. He had never askt-d Heu- I-• h to be bis wife, but plainly as could !>e he had indicated to her that he would think constantly of her while away. Heiiluli bad put aside the shattered remnants of that old love dream. She sab! nothing as her father got ready the next morning to call at the Hampton hotel. Her heart ached a bit, t.nt she did not mind that now. D igald Morris arrivt-d at the hotel to lind that the IJon. Walter Reeves •"■■■tip I Suite A on the parlor floor, lie ns ii.lmittei) to the mite room. An j,, 11, u*her asked Ids luisinesM. “1 want to see Wall K.-eves," replied Dn_:ild in Ids blunt, friendly way. “Sorry, sir." .announced the uslier. a few mil in. > Inter, “but Mr. Reeves d.M snt' know you.” “\\ bit’s that!” fairly shouted Mor ns. “Waif Reeves doesn’t know me me. Dim tld Morris, wlm- oh, say! there’s some mistake.” “I have reported my message, sip.” r* •"tided the man Incisively, and v a ing f< r tin- visitor to vacate the room. Dugald Morris bowed Ids head on his "i In a flash it bad occurred t<> him II '1 W niton Reeves dill not want to know him. ’’•■iii.g man.” he spnke, his voice ‘•riiig. “y..u go back to your master an I'* I I ihi Ill.li old Dugald Morris is in :1 r.Kuii, wauls tlie eighty seven ■ i Mars he paid out for him five years i • ml that he won’t stir a |*eg from If '' until be gets It—vvitli Interest!” 'A bat's tllll! y Volei'd l| |Mirtiy. dig n’la d man, up)- aring at the doorway of H e inner room. “Dugald Morris? I .igiiiy seven dollars? Jones, you had belt, r .-all an ofib-er.** "Not until I ss' Walton Reeves!" de ciared Morris slaneldy. “1 am Walton Reev*-s,” annoum-eti the new.-oiiier. *'l!h. you? eh, I’ve made a mistake, and I’m sorry to have troubled you," said Morris in a crestfallen way. “You see, I knew a Walton Reeves years ago at Fraiikloii. and 1 thought— ** “< di. yVm mean my nephew and namesake,” smiled the congressman, sometlong In the earnest, honest face of Morris appealing to him. “He Is 1. \ seereiary. This way, Mr. Morris.” The high heart of hojs- and delight of Dugald Morris rose chokingly as two minutes later the real objeet of id* search gave h*m the welcome of Ids life! And then explanation— to*n.\v sent t. Morris at (-Yankton, re lumed um-lalined. And finally, a vital, eager question from Ihe young man: “And Heulah—that Is. Miss Morris? She is is -till single?” “oh. jes; she would never leave her old father!” vaunted Morris. He changed Ids mind, as coming home two evenings later, puffed up a mil" with the col seiousnesg of at last having a fat government Job, he found two consciously smiling jmtsohs on Ihe porch. “It's all right. Mr. Morris," observed Walton Reeves with a gay, happy laugh. “Heulah Isn’t going to leave you, and neither am I; we are simply ,’"■l g r * lake you lit to live with la.th of Us." Amenities of a Bygone Day. A lady reader sends us this morsel of old linn* humor: It happened In grandma's day that a young lady sit a party lost her glove. 'i in 1 : ler was a wealthy old l.acheior 1 in • 1 I’• ge, and he returned It to her with the following note: "If from your glove you take the le wt that glove is love, and that 1 I have for thee.” j To tb . the young Indy replied: 1 "If from your name you take Ihe let ter ’l*, then Hag.- Is age, and that wont do for me.”— Host on Transcript. Fast. ’ H 'ids a fast train?” the salesman * ,1 ,lie conductor. "ttf nrnrs'. it is,” was the reply. "I thought it Would you mind :uy pitting 0,1 to m*c what it ia fast to?” I r m S'viora Ib-IL THE wm END STORE Call on us For Ihe better grades of Merchandise Tne Famous Rice & Hutchins Shoe, Our Specialty. If you desire any particular style we happen not to have in stock, it will bo mailed you within four days. J. B. Drury Leon irdiowi:, - Maryland professional. 1 ■■ .. ■ D H ... , amaum!. WWAU. AH UP-TO-DATE i J Md. i n eating Sjistcni A. r * Kl u. ™“ YEAR Lm>nrdta>-.. n d HOT WATER OR VAPOR IS BEST P IIKNIJV tA.MAI.IKi: P tS FOR • ATTMKXPV IT I-AW IWr. ESTIMATE OF COST. Ix'onardtoM n. Md pv -a. , bsges Heating Co. A. Dana liodtrdon John M I" Hrivvo ® HU|K,|M)NA niton K * M Comfort HE-Hwhmy An.wsn> \r i \w '*“* VWfW 917 H St. N. W. DR. C. V. HAYDEN. 9lA*|lM, D. C. DENTIST. Phone--Main 4886 Leonard town, Wh. MKVKBKM. I.OKKU ' ' r O-aM.Pfcewe ATMKSKV vT I. A W M-l'i' P*t oh S. P*l 10)040 Lronardiown. Md „ WATHEN & CO. Karl T. Berrjmn Vt!S>l SlrK Mnsidan sh ' r Br km —J N. \V. (H)RNKK Formerly with Mr. 1). A. Darnn-h Mjikrf Place am) Prafl StrrH Music for all Occasions HA, IMORK ‘ M,) > Ballsion. Va. J of j | iar | n Vrssrl* and Barfr* ei T'l, * Un*ndi>n UCwi. ail sues Insurance l.llrrlni Vr?U rJ*2*Hin Huncjlit and Sold. lug Boat* hr Factory Mill 1 " - = v. Hlaibcrne-Anapolii If or bbl are *urr ’d -S5 7 5 I OVYV Inn 4 cents per peund in qunnti- * of 1J j llltf, ties less than barrel. , Meal - SI.OO per bushel Bran and Mid mixed -2c pur lh Wee k Days f I 'l' / ' 1-r.vr ANNAPOIJS J()hn 1. V Oil MAM 5.15 PM (inat Mills I*. <.. M;s •>h.tul. I *r n AIHORNF. 4 j 111 A M 700 I*. M Shell . ime fei ... e ; > umiays - AI- I r.r ANNAKM IS r) • . c * 9. A. M. • 2.10 P.M. Kivci r-piinjjs 1 n Ijrarr CLAIBORNE HAM. 5.00 P.M. }Vr Ti n. In rIT. ,-t Sept. 12, 11121. A. F. Oliver tv Si ns * ! ( i: ~OWA *“* ! FIDELIS REALTY CORPORATION ii o o ;; Real i: > ate anti Insurance Brokers j JI Fh'V .I /; 'ono.in tr, Mori nr nn * Mf* I / ns o i <1 it * f• 1 1 O For tin li. t :,in! 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