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Evening capital. [volume] (Annapolis, Md.) 1922-1981, October 19, 1922, Image 3

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Social and Personal
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i: Kurtz, wife of the
M id.'hipnien, held liar
tiic* season yester
.i ,i very large nurn
ln- was assisted by
ic .Mrs. F’rederieka
, ,rt. In the dining
y | 11 Shoemaker and Mrs.
dier of Mrs. Mahlon
1 rvH i , hocolate and ices.
were Mrs. Russell &
I < >b< rl A. D>er. Mrs.
William c.
Edward i> Washburn,
ird on, Mrs. I). A.
! I !’ Burnett, Mrs.
) It, Miss Aue Guest.
, _j, t;<i->kwaiter and Miss'
\i!l he 'at home” on,
'.ijipi w i ineKilays of the month
t ( sjit n'!
f f fk-i.iui •i"*'
i and Commander i
;i 11, .ill motor from l*hil~ i
, i ;i nd tho week-end here j
{nth in ir
(insratßlstl'dis
Mrs. Floyd Stew
, i r ,,, , i -If Prince George,
... are !•'•< ivrnj? fxmuiiitillations ;
, j.jr "i .i son. Floyd Stewart 1
lr !■• ivii ilus morning at the
Fj,, r , v Hospital Mrs. Crosley |
rt j„.j , i, h,• t marriage Miss Eliza* I
, -, \iti• ,i uf Mill Valley. Calif.
Wtrcil I " ‘ 1
fgllir Heel
; i! H Tisdale, roll of Mrs. I
t it t,sil.il. uf -Is Prince George j
ill ! mi doiiday for the West
i mi die i I'aiispiu t “Argonne’ i
.*i|| fa to Hie "F S S, Cali for- (
g mi Ins arrival in San l)iego.
fMiur I riUH
Li; N.iiul
\i. Jf.ui Taylor, of Freeport. 1,.
v iuij; in r inotlier-in-law and
l.icniei! mi and Mrs. Bartley
r./t \ 7 ( athedrai street. I
f
UNUSUAL SALE of HIGH-GRADE
Used Automobiles
from
PETERSON MOTORS, Inc.
OF BALTIMORE
Omn- to the many used cars on hand, due to the pres
dil (irmaud for Jordan automobiles. The Peterson Motors,
ltu . .uf oll’cring an exceptional selection of used cars, that
1 iu (.taxi appearances and arc in good mechanical condi
tiim. having been reconditioned in their own shops.
II ae cats will he sold at ridiculously low prices.
This Sale will begin Thursday, October 19
CONVENIENT TERMS IF DESIRED
IORDAN DISTRIBUTORS
ACADEMY GARAGE
ANNAPOLIS, MI).
Phone 190
OPEN EVENINGS
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KMV,..-. - unaanHWWHHHWHWPWWMHnHMi
V FOR MOTOR LUBRICATION

is the right
oil for your
motor. Elimi
nates friction
standard oil company
(NEW JERSEY)
II
Former Resident
Here On Vi*it
Mrs. Georg© J. McMilUn, wife of
■ Lieut.’-Commander McMilUn. O. S. .V.
and her small daughter Ruth, have
arrived to make an extended visit to
Mrs. McMi Bin's brother-ln-Jaw and
sister. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Linthicum.
while Lieut.-Commander McMillin is
in Near Eastern waters, where he
went as squadron engineer for the
flotilla of destroyers that recently
was ordered to Constantinople.
( lose Summer
Itesideuee
•Mrs. John P. Story, Jr., and her
daughters, the Misses Caroline and
Jacqueline Story, have closed their
summer home, near Whitehall, and
(opened their town house In Waahing
,ton - where they were joined yester
j d a >’ >y Mr. Story who lias been spend
ing a few days in New York.
Coining For
Week-End „
Mrs. Hardy Gleske, of Catonsville.
and Miss Julia Trenholm will be the
week-end guests of their sister. Mrs.
lames F Ferguson, 231 Prince George
U asliington Couple
Married Here
Francis H. Riley, and Miss Julia
F Morrison, both of Washington, D.
C • fain* to Annapolis yesterday
i and were married by the Rev John
r Jaeger, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal Church of Kustport Soon
ifter the ceremony the young couple
i left the city on their honeymoon.
Admiral And Airs. Wilson
In Give Bailees
'liie Superintendent of tin* Naval
Academy and Mrs. Wilson, who will
! ' Uteri,'tin at a dinner-dance on Octo
ber 2*>. have sent out invitations for a
second dance on November 2.
Hospital Patient
iliiprov ing
The many friends of “Major" Rnnu
| vilie, who lias been a patient in the
| Emergency Hospital for some weeks,
(will be glad to hear of his improvg
-1 mein since the ainpniulion of his l'oof.
THK F.VTiNTKG CAPTT.VL. AKNATOLIS, MARYLAND. TIH’kSDAY, 001*0HER IP. up”
To l.iie In
Prince George Street
Lieutenant and Mrs. Henry li.
,Broadfoot have taken Mrs. James F
i Ferguson's house in Prim e George,
| street for th? winter. Mrs. Ferguson}
’ will occupy the apartment in the
house. Mrs. Broadfoot. who will ar
rive in Annapoibs on November 1. is at
present visiting her husband’s family
in North Carolina.
Receiving
f t iicrutillation'
A son was born
fred Parkinson, of 32 Corn hill street,
at the Emergency lies pita I on. Mon
day last.
Ret hi us To
New England
Ralph I) Paine, war correspondent
and author, why has been spending a
week at the Peggy Stewart In", re
turned this morning to hto home at
Durham, New Hampshire.
•Supper Part.i
Saturday Night
Commander and Mrs Dougins L
Howard will entertain at a .supper
party on Saturday right.
Bark From Green
Spring talk)
Mr, Carry! Bryan iffiirned last
night from the Green Spring Valley,
where she has been spending a few
days with her brother and sister-in
law. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wentworth
Boykin.
Mrs. Charles C. Slaytop gave a
child's party yesterday at her resi
dence. 112 Duke of Gloucester street.
p
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Strength, Security and Service!
-
:: FOR 116 YEARS THIS BANK HAS SERVED THIS i‘
;• COMMUNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND
OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR
- EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
BANKING BUSINESS. I!
:: i;
■ - - 9 ?
Assets Over . . $2,500,000.00
* * ——■ ■ - |
'I WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
AND 27c ‘ON DAILY CHECKING BALANCES
OVER SSOO
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ANNE ARUN
DEL COUNTY. {]
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' ... THE ...
Farmers National Bank |i
OF ANNAPOLIS, MD.
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:i i:::n 2 :: a.:rj:::::: :::: z::x.rr- J
I Our Service Is Good I
I • Battery Service I
We can not bring a dead battery to
life, but wo can give art old battery a
new life.
We do not give away a battery, but ■
we furnish the best all-around, all
weather battery to be had at a bed-rock ft
We have the well-known Prest-O-
Lite Battery for as low as $19.90, less
any allowance made for your old bat- g?
If you’re thrifty, you’ll come und ex- J
amine our system or lower battery §
flj costs. Call today. f ; ::
Presl-O-Lite Battery Service
I J. J. BAXA I
26? WEST STREET Phone 312-J
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; Coining For
Mirk-End (iaietie*.
Miss Elizabeth McCusker Smith,
who is taking a two-years’ course at
.the Columbia Normal College in
j Washington, will come down for the
j week-end to attend the football game
and the hop at the Naval Academy.
Commodore and Mrs. Edward Lloyd
are in Baltimore for a few days.
Subscription Card
Party Tonight
The seventh card party of the series
being given by the Catholic Daughters
of America and the Knights of Co
lumbus will take place this evening in
the K. of C. clubhouse, foot of Com
promise street.
Church Slipper
Tomorrow Nighl
Tomorrow nigin the Ladies' Aid So
ciety of Calvary M. E. Church will
serve a supper In the Religious Edu
cation Building at the corner of Mary
land avenue and Priuce George street,
beginning at o'clock.
ADVERTISING IN THE CAPI
- BRINGS RESULTS.
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Grove's
Tasteless
Chill Tonic
For Pale.DelicateWomen
and Children. 60c
Hog Cholera At Rutland
Hog cholera has developed on the
farm of Charles E Johnson at Rut
land. in the lower county, according
to announcement made by Dr S. K
Atherton. Inspector in charge of the
bureau of animal Industry. United
States Department of Agriculture. "
E. H. PICKERING
Photographic Portraiture
.; — and (
Commercial Photography
2S STATE CIRCLE. PHONE 973. J.
Shady Oaks Inn
Don't forget about that ihl< ki'ii or him
food dlmn-e Make up Unit panv v>oi.
been tlilukiog and have a dame un ;
hardwood floor.
MKS. C. 11. WAt.NI K
* fall ttfl-M. „;i
BREEZE INN
ANNAPOLIS BOCLETAKI)
20 Minutes Out
LUNCH and TEA
Special: t.lilrbeii Hiifltf Dinner, fl.fll.
DANCING. —CARDS
Duma* Aruilizrr., 0 F-I.V
V ' 1 *♦/ f ✓
am\
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CIGARETTE^^^^.
*^JL k
Every ciparetfe full f . _
weight and full size beUer Turkish
yS* •“•better Virginia
C<jygtcT t92J, Ligcrtt 4 My|r,vToacco Co. —better Burley
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Reduced Prices!
Lowest Prices in the History of the
Ford Motor Company
n CHASSIS , $235.00
RUNABOUT ’ 269 00
. TOURING 298 00
TON TRUCK > 380.00
With Starter and Demountable Rims
I CHASSIS 330.00
RUNABOUT 364.00
HI TOURING 393.00
ffl COUPE 530.00
, SEDAN * 595.00
TON TRUCK ~ 450.00
All prices F. O. B. DETROIT
II I _
Colonial Motor Company
I 240-8 WEST STREET
PHONE 104
HOLLY BEACH FARM
PHONE 1807-Fl2
pure Jersey Milk rich
:r ~Let Us Leave You Trial Bottle FREE TOMORROW
KilhThat Cold With
It * •
CASCARA B QUININE
FOR ANn
Cold,, Cough, L Grippe
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
T-k. no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the fust sneato.
Breaks up n cold in 24 hours - Relieves
Grippe in 3 days—Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect the head—Cascaro is h-%
Laxative—No Opiate in Hill’s. ‘* ™*
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
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