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£tf?niHg (Capital
18*4 * 1923 '
ANNAPOLIS. Ml*.
Published Dally Except Sunday by
Tine CAPITAL PriILISHINO i'MI*AN¥
THK EVENING CAPITAL
la on tale at the fallowing places:
Georg* W. Jones :us W*ai street
Wfillaiir rt.liull/1* *4 West Btreet
f>org# J. Oatrta 74 Maryland Aw 1
rbaa <l. Keldineyer .56 Miirytaml Aw.
Bluebird Confectionery" Wiik George St
WHUant Boker West A t’atlicdrsl Sta
W. B. A A. .Wwatttnd, Sli..r Limt Terminal .
M. Miller 234 Urat Street
N. Mtii •iria, Third A fevara AVe.. Kaatport
Dr. Ch rte B. Henkel.. .JSI Maryland Art.
Martin ■ Mrtsl<-ai *ire. 254 'V.m street
Saniaraa M.dn A Conduit Sta.
Delivered In Auttafiolla. KiiMpart, Ger
mantown ami Want Annapolis by currier
for 45 ceata per mouth.
Toll i•nn have ilie EVENING CAPITAL
mailed to you when away from tin* city
by leaving your umiiii* and address at the
office, for 45 .••Mit* per month; $5.00 per
year, payable in advance. to any postoffice
in the I’nited States or Canada.
______ 1
Entered at Annapolis I’ostottl-e aa
Second Glass Mutter.
pm
MemtiVr of The V .sari at ed Press
The Aaaodateil Preaa lx eacln
alralv entitled to the uae for re
iiublieHtlon ot .til new* credited to
It or not otherwise credited In
this y.i_ ter anil aI no the local new* I
published herein. All rights of
re • publication of special dis
patches heiein are ulao reserved.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 19, 1923.
AN IMI'ETI S INI TIIK <WI SE F
EIHTA'ITON
Yesterday’s meeting of State
educators, which was held in the
chamber of the House of Dele-
Rates at the State House, and the
similar Ratherinp which took
place in Baltimore today, should
lie productive of beneficial re
sults to Maryland’s public school
system. The invaluable exchange
of ideas, the constructive criti
cism of policies and the various
new angles of thought developed
at the sessions are hound to leave
their impress upon those officials
attending, all of which tends to
ward further advancement and
betterment of the schools.
Both Governor Ritchie and
Dr. Henry M. Fitzhugh, presi
dent of the State Board of Edu
cation, in addresses delivered
here vestafday before the school
authorities, clearly emphasized
the all-important part that the
public seliftol plays in shaping
the destiny of the State and of
the responsibility which rests
upon the county boards of edu
cation, the school superinten
dents and tlu* teachers. Those
who hoard the two speakers
could not fail to he deeply im
pressed by the sincerity, clarity
and wisdom of their remarks, and
the spirit of co-operation and
progress which the meeting en
gendered more than justified its
being held.
A -DIRT FARMER”
In obedience to the demand for
a lessening of the financial and
political control of the nation's
money, Congress amended the
Federal Reserve act to provide
for a "dirt fanner” on the Federal
Reserve Board. President Hard
ing has just made the appoint
ment. and Milo D. Campbell, of
Coldwater, Michigan, is the man
on whom the President calls to
renounce the plow and prepare to
walk rough-shod into the inner
chambers of finance.
Mr. Campbell’s career as a
‘‘dirt farmer" began hack in ISM.
when he was horn. Attending
rural school and high school, he
was granted a teacher’s certifi
cate, and began teaching at the
age of IT. Shortly after he be-1
came I the farmer hoy was elect-!
ed superintendent of schools* for
Branch county. Michigan, lie 1
resigned to become a life insur-j
ance solicitor, an d solicited
enough business among dirt
farmers and others to pay his]
way through normal school.
Graduating, he returned to soli
citing, studied law and was ad
mitted to the bar.
After practicing law for eight
years, the farmer hoy was sent to
the legislature. From there on
his record is one of triumphs for
farmer prestige. lie was re-'
elected, then became secretarv to
the governor, member of the rail-!
road and street-crossing hoard.
State insurance commissioner,
member of the State tax commit
tee. circuit court commissioner,
and United States marshal, hi
recent years he has been head of j
a milk producers association. In 1
1020 he sought to bring honor to !
the agricultural profession by!
standing for governor. -The peo
ple of Michigan were not. how
ever. educated to the point ot
having a dirt farmer as governor.)
and- voted rt >.
It seems a shame that after all
these years when teaching and j
banking and law ing and office- !
holding have sought to interfere!
with Mr. Campbell's tanning.)
that still another demand should!
be made upon him. It is not a^
little thing that the President,
asks that Mr. Campbell sacrifice
his beloved harrow and cultiva
tor, surrender his well-worn hoe.'
fid abandon the chase of the elu-j
ive jxitatio-bug. Rv.t Mr. Camp-]
bell's duty i< clear, lie must give;
up a farmer’s life, and make those
bunkers behave.
TELLS OF MAURY
AS GEOGRAPHER
OF THE OCEANS
4
irnlluuftl I rum Page 1.)
• signed ami war activities ceased. Aj
trip was made on the 1". S. S. Von
.Steuben early itl 1919 and with the;
hydrophone all kinds of propello’r and j
lightship sounds could be heard in
shallow water, even the position of j
the vessel itself could be located by)
triangulatii n. but when deep sea was!
reached no sounds could he beard with j
I lie early installation. Thia led to
j the theory that all the sounds heard 1
, were echoes from the sea bottom, and
• hi* that with proper instruments the
i depths could he measured. Three dif
j ferent hydrophone installations have!
j Open constructed, two for shallow j
water, and a ttiird fyc deep water. |
Within five or ten seconds measure
ments of the depth and the slant of j
the sea bottom may he secured with- 1
out stopping or interfering in any
way with the movement of the ship.
Using the binaural sense of direction
the time of travel of the sound may
lie measured to within one-tive hun
dred thousandth of a second.
Tests Made At SL2(Mt tut horns
Dr. Hayes told of a Irans-Atlantic
(rip In June, 1922, on the destroyer
U. S. S. Stewart in which soundings
were made to a depth of 3200 fathoms
and in which a plain six hundred
miles wide was discovered on the
ocean bottom under the gulf stream.
He showed several diagrams of the
mountains or hanks which rise sev
eral thousand fathoms near the
Azores, and particularly mentioned
the Gettysburg bank which was ter
raced showing the water levels of
previous centuries. I)r. Hayes clos
ed with the prediction that the study
of the contours of the ocean bottom
had been simplilied tremendously by
acoustical sounding.
Maury, Sea Geographer
Dr. C. Alphonso Smitji character
ized Matthew Fontaine Maury as
“America’s only great sox geographer. I
, by means of whose charts, data and
I calculation modern ocean travel has
1 een made possible, of all men born
in this country the oiio with the great
disproportion between the achieve
ments and the recognition." His first
achievement was by means of a group
of articles on naval reform in 1839
entitled "Scraps from the Lucky-Bag"
I which were published by the Rich
i mond “Southern Literary Messenger"
of whicli paper Edgar Allen Poe was
I contributing editor. These articles
I advocated, argued and pleaded for a
Nava! Academy, among th’e other
statements being that there was only
one college man In the Navy at that
time, and that only one book by a
naval officer had ever been written
on naval subjects. When the Naval
Academy was finally founded Maury’s
scheme was the most complete *aud
test worked out plan so that
“Matthew Fontaine Maury may be re
garded as the father of the Naval
Academy.”
Charting Of The Seas
From 1841 to 1853 Maury labored
unceasingly in obtaining observations
‘ a wind and currents from many
thousands of sea captains and from
these dath and calculations originated
a series or ehartß which showed the
lest routes for ocean travel with the
wind and current to be expected. Al
, though uct immediately adopted these
charts were proved of value when in
. a race from New York to San Fran
elscr a ship sailing under Maury’s
charts won by forty days, and Eng
land later announced a saving of two
million dollars annually by following
Maury’s freight routes to Rio de Ja
neiro.
"In 1863 Maury was the outstanding
ilgure at a love-feast of science, in
j ternational in scope, at Brussels.
which produced the greatest value to
, navigation and meterology. Maury
accepted everything that science gave
1 as being a part of some divine design.
1 am sure that Maurv would never
have said that a man could not be
both an evolutionist and a Christian,
as one of our modern orators has re
cently thundered."
"COLD IN THE HEAD"
is an acute attack of Nasal CataVrh.
Those subject to frequent "colds"are
goneraly in a “run down" condition.
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE is
a Treatment consisting of an Oint
ment. to be used locally, and a Tonic,
which acts Quickly through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces, building up
the System, and making you less li
able to "colds."
Sold hy druggists for over 40 Years.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
t Adv.)
Invalids &
The Original Food-Drink for AH Arcs.
QuickLuncUat Home. Office fcF ountains.
Rich Milk. MaltedGr&ir. Extract in Pow
der a* Tablet forms. Nourishing-Nocookjcg.
, Avoid hniWww oad Snbstitnter ‘
the kufxixc; capital, anxapolts, Maryland. Friday, January id. ip*:)
In 1855 Maury as a firm believer i
in the transatlantic table furnished
much of the brains for its laying and
in 1855 be • wrote a "Physical Geog
i raphy of the Sea" which founded the
i new science of marine meteorology.
Served southern 4 ruise i
At the beginning of the Civil War
Maury cast his lot with the South.
! and at its end he tried to found a
‘otony of Virginians in Mexico under
, Maximilian. The scheme of colonLa
‘ tion was abandoned and Maury went
jtc England where in 1868 he reeeiv-
I ed the degree of LL.D. at Cambridge,
the same time as the poet Tennyson.
“The <ne great lesson from Maury's
life was that he had a hospitality to
great ideas, no great thought ever
knocked at the’door of Maury’s brain
jin vain. He turned ideas into ideals
iby the alchemy of his brain. Enter
tain great ideas, but do dot be con
j tent with mere entertainment, but go
with the great ideas out into the
i waiting world, transforming them in
to dynamic ideals."
ELKS’ TEAM LOSES
TO INDEPENDENTS
(Continued From I'ik 1.)
; a 4-3 score, the procession, headed by
, Phil Miller, with a lighted broom as
j the street torch, and Mr. McCready
j snugly ensconced in the carriage pro-J
j pel led by Mr. Green, started over its'
route just as the chimes were chim
ing the hour of eleven. Needless to i
say. the ensuing parade attracted j
quite a bit of attention from pass-!
ers-by.
Returning to the firemen's head
quarters a delectable repast, consist
ing of oysters on the half-sheli.
brought fresh from the briny waters
of the Chesapeake for the special oc
casion. sandwiches, salad, coffee and
other appetizing edibles, were served .
their guests by the fire lads.
Summary of last night's games:
Morgan and Tucker, firemen. 2; i
Sullivan and Fagan, Elks. 3.
W. Vansant and J. An!, firemen, 3;
H. Levely and A. Davis, Elks, 4.
W. Hopkins and F. Green, firemen.
2; G. Deininger and J. Jacobs.
Elks. 5.
J. Gladden and D. Parkinson, fire
men. 0; Roddy and L. Mang, Elks, 7
H. Green and R. Wolfangle, tire-
FOR SALE
Bungalow at West Annapolis. .$3,700 j
Dwelling, Murray Avenue (JAtkl |
Bungalow', Chesapeake Avenue.. IJMMI
Bungalow on West Street 1,500 1
Building, Main Street 9,500
B. J. WIEGARD
21 SCHOOL ST. PHONE>.4S9-J. j
jlfl 1
The world has never known
an enclosed car of this type
at a lower price. No car at
any price has ever offered a
greater value. .
! :: 1
Place your order now to in
sure early delivery. Terms
if desired. ]
COLONIAL MOTOR CO. ‘
240-8 WEST STREET
■ 1
m. i. 3; McCready. Jr. and I*. Miller.
Elks. 4.
E. Beavia and G. QuaUi. firemen. 3;
T. DeSantis and J. Levy. Elks. 2.
C. Sherman and Gustafscn. Elks.l;
D. Kramer and R. Crutcbley, fire
men. 4.
McCready. Sr., and J. Kramer.
Elks. 0; L. Colbert and H. Weaver.
firemen. 7.
A. Moss and A. Dillingham, firemen.
G. Puncheon and G. Miller, Elks. 2.
E. Urn.sell and J. Russell, firemen.
4; A. Wheatley and Ryeberg. Elks, 1.
Total Score Elks, 29; Firemen. 31.
"What is this?" asked Santa Claus,
taking a little recreation after his
labors. “A burlesque show. How do
you like it?" “I’m. I’m glad they
don’t hang up that sort of hosiery to
bo tilled." Louisville Courier-Jour
nal.
If you want to sell your prop
erty, list same with this
office.
B. J. WIEGARD
21 SCHOOL ST. PHONE 459-J.
J24
W. B. & A. Electric
Railroad
MID-CITY TERMINALS -
Half-Hourly Service Morning xnrt Evening
Between Annapolia. Baitlraor* and
Washington and Camp Meade
(Washington and Camn Mead*
paeaengera change at Naval
Academy Junction.)
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
Went Street Station
5.10. X 5.50, 6.20. xfl.SO, x 7.50, 8.50. 9.20,
10.20. 11.20, A. M.. 12.20. 1.20, 2.20, 3.20,
4.20. x 4.50, 5.20, 6.20, 7.00, 8.20. 10.20,
11.20. P. M.
Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutes
earlier; State House Station, Bladen
Street and College Avenue, aeven (7)
mtnutea earlier.
Connecting at Odenton with P. R. B.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE IIIV.
Bladen Street Station
5.20 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 2
and 50 minutes after each hoar until
0 50 I*. M . then at 7.50. 6.58. 9.50. 10.50
and 11.50 I*. M.
5.20 ami 5.50 A. M. trains dally excepi
Sunday.
LEAVE BALTIMORE—tV., B. * A.
6.35. 7.35, 8.35, 9 35, 10.35. 11.35, A. M.
12.35, 1.35, 2.35, 3.35, x 4.05, 4.35, x 8.05
5.35, 0.35, 7.35, 8.35. 11.35, P. M., 12.35
A. M.
, All tratna receive or discharge passengers
at local points between Annapolis and
Naval Academy Junction aud at Ship
J ley and Liuthlcum on signal.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Howard and Lombard Hts.
1 5.15 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at If
uml 45 minutes after each hour until
6.15 I*. M„ then at 7.15, 8.15, 9.15, 10.15
11.15, P. M„ and 12.15, A. M.
5.15 and 5.15 A. M. trains dally exoepi
Sunday.
LEAVE WASIINGTON
6.00. 8.45, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00 A. M , 12.00
1.00, 2.00. 3.00, x 3.30, 4.00, x l.fttt, 5 (M>
6.00, 7.00, 0.00, 11.00 P. M., 12.10 A. V
x —Dally except Sunday.
For tickets and Information apply at ou>
city ticket offices: West Street Station
! Carvel Halt, Short Line Station. Bladen
I Street
English Father—Yes. childreu, Mr.
Lloyd George saved his country, just
as Joan of Arc saved France. Bright
Child—And when are they going to
burn Lloyd George?- Boston Tran
script.
Rdi-son could make a big hit with the
girls by inventing a hair-unbobber. —
Nashville Tennessean.
MORTGAGEE'S SALE
—OF—
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
situate In the Yxjluue of West A'iiw
itolifc. Second Kleetlnn District of
Anne Arundel County. Ml.
I’uder unit liv virtue of a poorer of unto
■•■out.tilled to ;< mortgage from Walter
Roger* slid wife, dated tlie --•ml day of
Mav. 192’.’. reeorileti among tlie Land Ktt
o'tls t.f Anne Arnndel Conn tv in l.'.ber W.
N. \V. Xo. HI. folltt Ul. I will eflrr at
public sale ut the Court House d. or. An
iiniiolls. Maryland. on
Tuesday, January 23. 1923.
At 11 o'clock A. M..
the following property:
All those two lots of ground situate at
the west inters*-.'tloil of biddings avenue
nil ItMti'lall street, in the village of West
\tiiia noils. Set stud Election District tf
Anne Arundel (’.. Maryland with a front
ege on said aVeiltte of 150 feet and a uni
form depth .f 100 feet on said Randall
street. designated na Lota Xoa. 2 H) |q t ~f
|t|oek 0 iii Aldritlge’a Revised and Cor
rected Piat of West Annapolis. tiled
unions: the Land Records of Anne Aruntlel
County In Liber J. C. 15. Xo. 4. folio 27;
improved by a six-room bungalow.
Being tlie same property wliieli was eou
veyei! t*t tiie saitl Walter Rogers by .loim
K. Tv ding*, single, by deed dated Septem
ber •>. 1921. recorded among the aforesaid
I.ami Records in l.iher W. N. W. X'o. id
folio 164.
TERMS OC SALK A deposit of tg-ttMt
will lie required of tin* purchaser or pur
halers on the day of sale. The buiatov
together with interest thereon at ;he rate
*>f six i*r cent. per .iiiuiiin. to be : aid on
ratiliiution of the sale I• v the Court,
laves to ie adjusted to the day *.f sal*-.
1-or further partieuiar*. apply to
WINSON <). tJOTT.
, Attorney Named in .Mortgage
W I! MOSS ,ll,lK ’> Anuaitolia. Md.
[ Atletioneer.
NOTH'E TO CREDITORS
Ex-Parte in the Matter of the Trust Ea
tut** of 1 tatih‘l Hardest v.
, , No. 471!* Equity.
In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel Co.
In pursuance of an order of Court
passed in the above cause on tlie :>th day
• d January. 1923, tlie creditors of Hattie!
Hardesty, of Anne Arundel county, Mary
land. are hereby notified nic their
lalins if any they have, against the said
Daniel Hardesty, duly probated, with tln
lerk of tin* Circuit Court for Anne Arun
lei ( oillity. Maryland, oil or before Febru
ary 20, 1923.

I WIXSOX ti. Ctij’T,
I Trustee.
Financial Condition of City
Honorable Sam no] Jones, Annapolis. Mil., January 0, If*’.*::.
Mayor of Annapolis. '
Sir:—
d!Rhnt^ent™ l ! oveHVig\Te r dap!* VroiV'll^'i I 't" n, n ,lf ", r '" r ' nrt nf !111 wwlpts and
of B .h condition of the severaf ,inkt,,L *‘ r ,MSsf : with
f nt ** ''**'■ IMO a<l*l the
GEORGE F. QI’A !I>,
Collector and Treasurer of Annapolis.
1022 RECEIPTS
i T ."! v „J~^ ro,n balance on hand
I \l From roil,nt it him—Tiixe*. Livv IM'O " 855.515
I'rout collections—Taxes, Levy vr>i * *17.(10
1 rom collections—Taxes i,evv i*V**> 8,637.96
' * .18,060.27
Interest on same. 47,615 89
V*V:. r,,st l . n -beeklng a'ceounU."” 824*55
Water* Loan' Bonds of' lltl" kl “ U 1 , "" 1 " interest on' fiori.orai
Fr::"! cuy cKk^^S* ::;::::;:;; : *SS
from Justices of the Peace lines and 578.20
From Market Master 793.110
From W.. 11. & A. K. it. it” Franchise 'Tax . WSJIT,
!■ rntn Stati* of Maryland, for use of Fire Heoartinent 1.-181.28
From sundry collections 'rim J*< part men t 2.000.60
From Fnlon Trust Company.' of P.aVtimore.' Md'.; Demand Noi;””" lo.otwulo
1 j ) ,„ niSBl KSEMKNTS * 68.70 J. 18
Dee. .11 To salaries Mayor, Counselor and Aldermen... * 1 ivton
Salaries Police department " yl'j,,*?,
.. saa2‘5 aa 2‘- 8 "‘her city official*
Salaries four .street owr>eherH
* * * 1,874. CM)
To removal of garbage and street sweepings 8 13,623.97
Printing and publishing epmgs 4.930.40
Iton.ls for city officials 560.00
!. I! 0 . 1 *' 8 ' equipment expenses. 164.00
Telephone service expenses 120.10
Lighting city 215.12
Fire Hepurtment expenses.".'. -1.001.77
Library Association 8.091.00
I!etl Cross appropriation.".”"" 20u.t*>
Hospital a|)propriatiou . JItSMW
’ Construction and sewer work 400.00
.. r ‘-i ,nirß “• msms
Kefund of taxes pahl in error 9,511.87
Supplies for Municipal Building.”.".'.”".
Street and inarkerH.V.V.V.V.V.V, 921.48
MisetdlaiiTHtus expenses * oICM-J
“ Hepitsits for Interest on" Slaking"Puiiris * 277.70
‘ deposits for I>®K Ponds sinking funds o. 140.10
“ deposits for Plot) Komi* sinking f u 549.71
“ deposits for 15*00 Bonds sinking funds”””'.
Deposits for 1910 Bonds sinking fumls
deposits for 1912 Water Loan sinking funds.
dee. .11—To balance on hand... 6 5.1,970.72
BIXKINC; FI NDS STATESTEXT. * 08,761 16
•'""SKlS?!”,,'"";.".".”.'" . A-count N„.
Atlded by cash and Interest . ” 2.M8.51
Withdrawn to pay interest 8 6,800.99
2.2KMSI
December 31—Balance '
*******"*********************••••••••••••••••••••• S 1 JVMi I
AtWed°by !"asT and^hUeJe’it'"" A<o ° nnt K °’ hto credit ...| l.Tffi.'.lO
* 640.33
December .11—Balance
. N'°te. Series E. of *5.000 win' be due' and' pa'yabie' June'i.' 19M $ M ”'®
Added°by Kh a^Lde/est"' A ° t on,lt K °’ 343, - *> "edit * 7.784.23
I>ecember .11—Balauce
• t ft 1 RA
1900 Bond Issue Sinking Fund Account \n toiw i ...
A.i.lert by cash and interest. AP " ,nut ;No Tuly 1. to credit $ 1.172.34
December .11—Balance
D aSi o,, taJ?lr , * B F,,n,, • ACCf * nm Xd * ftsr,l -’ Tu 'y 1. to credit'.'. .* g.m'w
December 31—Balance .
F;, b“ U erJiU P ! , “!? ry ’ A *‘"° Mnt No * ,ftl2 Water"Loan $ 8 " M "
Added by deposit 8.450.0 S t
December 31—Balance. .
. | g H4to
xrs!;”:. mo •- **-,
Added by deposits * <(*!*s4
December 81—Balance s~~i >ytr>7
Affitd V b7depo2lt 80n,,S S ‘ UkinS Kun, ‘- A, ' ou ‘ lt NV> ’ l. SmZ
December 31—Balance --
" at cmlVt.' aa I{ ° n<l " Intereßt s,nWn 6 '"!* Account No. 1739-July 1. to -
Added by deposit...!. 302.84
Withdrawn to pay interest ♦ 2.5KJ44
December 31—Balance. . ——— H
$ 302.84
Conforming to the requirements of Sec. lof the Cltv Charter I , .. 8
information of the public a statement of the ttiwuelal T thi ' h *‘
BAMI EL JONES, Mayor. i
In value a rutn-ladeu ship of todaj^
makes an cld-time Spaman ga..cv*a.
look like small change.—T. H. Heath. J
’The Pasadena." _____ 1
i i——mis ■ si ■ m.iii i i ■■■ i ■ 1 *
AN ORDINANCE
To Open as a City street Spa View Ave
nue, Front Fifth Street to the Vleatern
Bottndarieo of the City.
VVIIRKKAS, The provisions of Section
IS **r the City Ctmrter **r Annapolis have
been complied with Ln reference thereto
S**c. 1. Be it cstabllabed sn*l ordsliH**!
by tlie Mayor. Counselor and Aldermen of
the City of Annapolis, that Spa View Avc- I
nut*, from l’ifth Street. t<> the western ’
botiudarfcs of the city, as laid down In thei
tdat <*f the section from which lots abut- ;
ting on said Sp;* View Avtuiue have *.-•: ,
sold, is hereby declared to lie :t public I'
thoroughfare >f *he t'llr nl Annapolis mki !
is sccepttHl as a **lty strts't.
Section 2. And b<* it further establish.*!
ami ordsir.ed by the authority rfo-esaid 1
that this ordinance take dtfc* t from the
<lt te of its passage.
Approved January S. 1923.
SAMUEL JONES. |
fest: Mayor. !
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
City Clerk.
FOR SALE
Bungalow. 6 rooms including bath,
electric lights, heating, private gar
age. large lot West St., extended.
$4 500.
;b. j. wiegard
Kettl Estate unit Insurance
21 SCHOOL ST. j-lil
Sporting Goods!
We have Just received only part
of the super-loaded shells.
BLACKHEADS
v
Ml I*EH A SCPEK
IrCK LOADS
Special prices on quantity or lot.
ami they can lie had at 194 Main
| street and 73 West street.
Winchester Pump, tS-anuge.. .*43.50
L. C. Smith Field, any gauge. 44.00
Remington Pump 49.00
Baker Ilbuble- Barrel, 13-gauge 37.1N*
Parker Bros., Ithaca and
Other Brands.
! Special price on quantity loaded
j shells. We repair all kinds of guns.
GUNS FOIt HIKE
JOS. LEVY
194 MAIN BT. PHONE 6Sfl-J.
Classifies;
Ads
LOST
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Sunday aft.-ru
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Maryland avt-tn. >
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plumbing tx tu ■ • ' *
Of alt kinds
* Carlson. Ch*-
FOR SALE
| *8.50 cord. A] ;• ',' "h
| Si-hool stn***t. i
FOR SALE M
J Oileiiton: *r*tm , , . ,
month. * : „
FOR S\IK ii
1 pine. I’h.m,. u: w
FOR HALE- W
: sewing tna* lii
full s**t of att.i -hi . *t
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FOR KALI
j load. Photic Im>! !
FOR <* \t I
Oarage. Mis i
Foil s\ i t
! State Gars (i
ton *\ i i
six roihns, bath
, till offi.-c.
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FOR HLM
FOB BENT li\
land, ami oittliiii: ~
frin Camp | , sr*. .j. ’ !
Julian Brewci
street.
FOR RKSI
Apply 102 *
FOR i; t \ i
j bath, fr one
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I ket street. pu |; i ’ ij
*1 Estate and liimira. *. j
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and exitfuiscs win, - j !^
Inilluna.'
W wilt*
Apply s<t West str*Tt
[ WANTED Ii
keeping, railway **r .-•.tatamH
itig. K\|M*rli-m- .| Alitt,*w ■
! P. O. Box 1!M. V ■>l*- Kt
SAI.ESMW MA'TD
SALESMAN MINI l p l„
for lutiri< iitiiix r **lis -n ...
Salary or <-<MiiiHtsi*>n try
Barrel <tn Co., t .
SALESMEN
Hustlers c!iriiini*H liit -!.|
Caletiilar Factory \Vashlu- 1
DIED
DI'VALL—On .lattitarr l v
home of h*r sister. M-* M * e
illgton. I*. C . AIILIM I.
belove*l datiglitcr *>f t' M •*
The funeral will he I** • I
Church. Annapolis N*•• k *(
January 2<>th. pij:. .it l a
will tnc*t train that arriiettl
:it lUHU p. in.
WOOTTRN O
her late resident*. L- ’jW
At Alt V H. Won 11 nd
ored woman, wif** **f TFi 1
Funeral will l* ln-M tsMf
bury M. E. Clnii' li at .' t
Parker will tun* . liarg* ! *
arrangements.
CARD OF THANI
I wish to thank nil fries*j
and my fellow tn**li M \ ! ■'
their aytllpathy an.l ki*-itwss it
bert>ayemcnt b.v tin* *!*■ itli **f.'
It. It. lilPtwv 014
KVEI.VN IfIGL
It AIN E. HARRY. **
IN MEMORIAI
McPHEKSON In niKicry ••• 1
HENRIETTA M* I’MKIiSbV.
Just a line of w***’t n-mcoM
Of on** hii kind an I tra
For tin* ones y
Are the ones wlt* tl,
Days sadness still
Tears of sorrow s |
Fond memory keep" "#
near us. A
Though Heaton *!.'tinio*
ago.
Then* is a grave tL-*’ * r
Over whi* h ii" "ill"**
But undenicatli that y' r:| “
Our dear mother si' I *'!''
ItV HKi: mi.n
McPHEKSON l.i • --
my dear friend. >'’■ ‘ i
PHEBSON. who *ii<**l ’
Days of sadness -t. • • ‘M*
Tears of s*.rr* entity
Kon*l meniorie** keep 'i
Though Heaven
ago.
God has .-ailed lc r "
And she listened 0
Hastening to h-r „ fit
Though slu* had T
No one knows h**' v 1 ;d
No one know- ! i‘‘ "
But in Heaven J h<*pe *’d
Wtiere no fsr**we..
By her l- viiiit
KidTH •
CHAS. M. CABJ
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and BHlPt*
Estimates < >"- ,rlP ? °
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