. IN CITY AND COUNIT
RECORDED IN COURT
From W. Stuart Symington, Jr., and
wif* to Th Gibson Island Company,
four tracts of land in Third district,
the first tract von twining 2211-4 acre?
th<‘ second tract containing 226 acres,
tin* third tract containing 215 acres
and tb<- fourth tract containing 278
From Thomas W. Davis and wife to
Hobert O. Wilkinson and wife, two
lots of ground at Brooklyn Park
From John '<3. Hchlipp and other®
trustees, to Stephen A Foundas. tw<
ln* ground at Cedar Park, Second
> f rom John A. Miller and wife ti
Godfrey B. l’aska and wife, lot ot
ground at WeHsview, Second district
From Nannie K. Donaldson am
husband to George W. Chandler am'
wife, lot of ground near Gambrills
From I.aurnh Herbst and husband
to Theodore F. Herbst and wife. tw<
lots of ground at Brooklyn, Fifth dis
From The Brooklyu-Curtis Bu>
Land Company to Maggie M. Ander
non. two lots of ground at Arunde
Gardfns. Fifth district.
From The Brooklyn-Curtis Ba*
La lid Company to Alexander J WIP
J#.. two lots of ground at Arunde
Gardens, Fifth district.
From Prospect Permanent Buildim
anj Loan Association to Sarah F
Jenkins, lot of ground at Maple road
From William T. Murray and wif
ami others to Elizabeth (V Murra*
two tracts of land in First dlstrlc'
containing In the aggregate 4 acre-
Prom Vito Savoca and wife to Joht
H. II Poole und wife, property ot
Conduit street. Annapolis.
From W. Meade Holladay to Care}
L. Meredith, lot of ground on Frank
lin street, Murray Hill. Annapolis.
From Alton R. Arnold, Trea mr.r
to John E. Poteo and others, two lot
of ground at Roland Terrace, Fifti
From Alton R. Arnold, Treasurer
to John E. Potee and others, two lot
of ground In Fifth district.
From Alton R. Arnold, Treasure)
to John K. I’otce and others, lot o
ground at Curtis Heights, Fifth dis
From Alton R. Arnold. Treasurer
to John B. Potee and others, lot O
ground in Fifth district.
Front W. Meade Holladay to J
Oliver Purvis and wife, lot of groun
on Franklin street, Murray Hill, An
From The Boulevard Realty Com
pnny, Inc., to Morris H. Larson am
wife, two lots of ground at Lakesltore
From The Boulevard Realty Com
puny, Inc., to Morris 11. Larsen an
wife, two lots of ground at Lakeshore
From James M. Munroe. Attoine
end Trustee, to Jacob L. Lanslmrgh
five lotß of ground at 11i11 crcst, Fiftl
Front Howard M. Puntphrey t.
Blanche N. Delcher and others, thro'
I ds of ground at Riviera Beach. Thin
Front Joseph K. Corbett and wife t
Charles Delp. two lots of ground a
Severn Heights, Third district.
Prom Aladdin Realty and Horn*
Builders’ Corporation to Ella Minus
lot of ground at Colonial Park, .till 1
Frotu Aladdin Realty and Hont r
Builders’ Corporation to John TI
Moore, lot of ground at Colonial Park,
From Aladdin Realty and Home
Builders’ Corporation to James Tay
lor. lot of ground at Colonial Park
From Earl L. Jones and wife anr
others to Joseph A. Shoemaker and
wife, traot of land at Glen Burnie
P'ifTh district, containing 6.000 square
From Jacob J. Lansburgh and wlft
to Mary R Conway, four lots of
ground at Hillerest. Fifth district.
P'rom The Workman’s
Realty Company. Ine.. to Martin Dor
man and wife, two lots of ground at
Glen Burnie Heights. Third district.
P'rom The Forndale Farms Cor
poration to James P\ Thrift, four lots
of ground at New Ferndale. P'ifth dis
n tmilfie optiml fMtabliHhpifnt in
ynur midM, with a wenit f for jou
from tlr examination of >onr eye
In the tlnifthefl git —Most any
lenw ftuplicated in an hour or two':
St-.KVICK ALt-ft AY9
Henry H. Sadler
tM MAIN s*T.
From Ludford C. Jones and wife U
Charles W. Boone and wife, two lots
jof ground at Round Bay on the
: Severn, Third district.
P'rom Lillian S. Keech and wife and
i others to” J. Nevette Simmons and
| others, tract of land known as Belle
j Grove P'arm. P’irst district, containing
P'rom Nils Sahlin and wife to Nor
man R. P'reeman and wife, tract of
land at Iglehart Station. Second dis
trict. containing 53-100 of an acre.
From Warren PL Schaeffer and wife
j to Elsie C. L. Smith, lot of ground on
Chester avenue, Kastport. Second dis
* P'rom George H. Hopkins and
-•tiers to Jessie V. Hopkins, tract of
land near Camp Parole. Second dis
trict, containing one-sixth t)f an acre
P’rom Benjamin F. Pumphrey and
wife to Allen Stevenson, tract of land
In P'ourth district, containing 50 acres
and 9 square perches.
P'rom J. Charles Linthieutn and
wife to Wallace W. Batchelor and
wife, two lots of ground at Linthieutn
Heights, P'ifth district.
P'rom John Burgess to BrantH
Boys’ Brigade. Inc., tract of land on
Cornfield Creek, Third district, con
taining 25 5-6 acres.
From Maud Hamilton and ot keys to
Teorge C Schmidt and wife, two
tracts of land, called Locust Hills
Third district, the first tract contain
mg acres and the second tract
P'rom Wilbur A. Mason and wife to
Wellington O’Connor and others, lot
of ground at Mason’s Beach, Eighth
INCOME TAX FAfcTS |
(Following is Hie twentieth of a
series of articles pertaining to in*
come tax returns for the year
11k!2, ns prepared by the Bureau
of internal Revenue.)
To compute the amount of deprecia
tion in the value of property, the tax
ayer should determine the probable
ife of the divide by th*
number of years it will be usable in
the business in which employed. P'or
■sample, a frame building, the prob
ihip lifetime of which is 25 years, cost
t. 5,000. Divide $5,000-4>y 25. and claim
1200 each year ns depreciation.
While each taxpayer may determine
he probable lifetime of his property
vlthout regard to the following fig
ires, it hHB been estimated that the
iverage usable life of a frame bulld
og is 25 years; a brick building 35
■ears; a stone or concrete building
>0 to 100 years.
When in the course of years the
>wner of property has claimed its full
■ost no further claim for depreciation
vill be allowed. Intangibles, the use
>f which in trade or business is.defi
iftely limited in its duration, may be
he subject of a depreciation allow
ince. Examples are patents, copy
ichts. licenses and franchises.
Deductions for depreciation must he
made as a separate item on the tax
aayer’s return, and must be explained
by showing separately each class oi
property, its cost or value at date o'
turchase (fair market value as of
March 1. 1913. if acquired prior tr.
hat date) depreciation charged off
luring the taxable year, ami total de
•reciation charged off for prior years
TORTURED MANY YEARS BY
“I have had kidney trouble fot.
welve years,” writes H. P. Pinkney-
West Jackson. Miss. “Pains in back
oints. catches in the hips, run down
■lid getting up too much during th<
light. But since taking Foley Kidney
’ills, my suffering is over, and I feel
ike a new man." Backache, rheu
natic pains, kidney and bladder
rouble quickly relieved with Foley
Kidney Pills. Refuse substitutes. In
sist upon Foley’s Honey and Tar.—
If you want the sympathy of the
nubile, murder somebody.—Asheville
Star : Theatre
CH.tMiF. OK MOTIKKS DAILY
And Thev Will >lkf You Laugh!
Art Accord (Buck)
“The Days of Buffalo
Twn-Kfl Outurj Comrd.v.
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“Arc-id The World
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Wild Animal Serial!
Ellod* No*. 4, S. S.
“The Adventures Of
A t.ood w>strrn and Comedy.
TllE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND. SATURDAY, MARCH 3. 19**
DAY BY DAY
By T. P. Greet
Ponce de Levin sailed from
Spain to find the “fountain of
Youth,” on March 3, 1513.
Church plate iu France
coined into money, on March
District of Columbia fully
organized, on March 3. 1791.
George Dewey made Ad
miral. of the United States
Navy, on March 3, 1899.
Holsheviki signed treaty of
peace with the Central Pow
ers, ou March 3, 1918.
Henry VI. of England depos- j
ed. on March 4. 1461.
ColumLus left the Azores on
his return to Spain, on March
Cortoz began conquest of
Mexico, after landing at Ta
basco. or. March 4, 1519.
Massachusetts Bay Colony
chartered, on March 4, 1629.
• Pennsylvania granted to
William Peun, on March 4,
Union of Scotland and Eng
land ratified, on March 4, 1707.
Constitution of the United
States became effective, on
March 4, 1789.
Majority of presidents of
the United States, since Wash
ington. inaugurated on March
4, when four-year terms be
GRAMMAR SCHOOL QUINT
DOWNS H. S. FRESHMEN
Annapolis Grammar School defeat
ed the freshmen of the High School
in a well played basketball game yes
terday afternoon. 23 to 14. Scible and
Simmons starred for the Grammar
lads. Between them they registered
20 points. Charles Myers and A
Smith put up a good game fr the
freshmen. Line-up and summary:
Grammar School Freshmen
Scible Forward Keller
Simmons Forward Smith
Phipps Centre *. .C. Myers
Sadler Guard O. Myers
Hipkins Guard Luongo
Field goals—Scible (3), Simmons
(5), Phipps (2), Keller (3), Myers (2).
Foul goals—Scible (2 out of 4), Sim
mons (1 out of 3). Smith (2 of 3)
Luongo (1 out of 1).
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We will le glad to help you as much as we possibly can; your
Arundel and Calvert counties, and we have an official up-to-date
SERVICE STATION. Any one owning ExMe Itatterle:; may call
around and get Service on them.
We will be glad to help you as much as we possible can; your
Service Is our l*ollcy. Wo have new luitteries to replace your old one,
let it be an EXiDK. Remember Service is Free to - any one having
a Battery. Take this piece of advice.* Do not wait until ycur old
Battery is completely gone.
Auto Battery Service Station
w. H. WILDE, Prop.
* 151 WEST ST., ANNAPOLIS. PHONE 103
EAGLE"MlKADO”> i^^^^^P e nca No. mj
For Sale at your Dealer Made in fire grades |
ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND
EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
*— . (
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY
Assets Over .... $2,840,000.00
ORGANIZED IN ISOS
I, The following officers have served this
Bank during its existence of 118 years:
i John Muir ISOS-1810 Jonathan Pinkney 1805-1828
Henry Hall Harwood. S36 Samuel Maynard 1828-1836
George Wells 1836-1877 Thomas Franklin. 1836-1853
Alexander Randall. . .1877-ISBI Richard I. Cowman 1853-1854
John Wirt Randall.. .ISSI-1912 Nicholas Hammond 1854-186 S
Harry J. Hopkins 1912- Louis Gardner Gassaway. 1868-1889
i _ George Albert Culver 1890-1906
Louis Dorsey Gassa way. .1906-
4 Per Cent on Savings Accounts
2 Per Cent, on Checking Accounts
The Farmers National Bank i
OF ANNAPOLIS, MD. _
The Grammar School boys would
like to arrange games with teams of
the 115-pound class for Tuesdays and
t Fridays. Address Nathan Greenfield,
j 129 Main street.
DOW TO OE BURIED
IN HOWARD COUNTY
Mrs. Emma Nicodemus Warfield,
widow of former Governor Warfield,
who died early yesterday morning,
will be buried at Oakdale, Howard
county, the home of the family until
j the death of Governor Warfie’J. three
j s ago.
The services will be held at 10
o'clock tomorrow at the residence of
Mrs. Warfield's son-in-law find daugh
'er, Mr. and Mrs. William Hugh
Harris. 1219 Linden avenue, the Rev.
j Or. G. A. Hulbert, of Brown Memorial
, Presbyterian Church, will offic'ate.
Mrs. Wtfrfleld had been ill for sev
eral months before her death. She
was living with her daughter. M's®
Fmraa Warfield, in an apartment at 8
West Read street. For many years
she had been an active worker in
Brown Memorial Church and a mem
ber of the board of directors of the
Young Women’s Christian Associa
tion and the Woman’s Hospital.
Mrs. Warfield Is survived by four
children—Edwin Warfield. Jr.. Coun
tess Ledochowska. Mrs. William Hugh
Harris and Miss Emma Warfield. She
left a brother. Harry Nicodemus, and
4 a sister. Miss Carrie Nicodemus. Her
nephews will serve as pallbearers
They are: Edward Hoopes. of Phila
.j delphia; Frank Courtney Nicodemus
Jr.. Sidney Waters. Joshua, N. War
| field. Norman Warfield and M. Gillet
Mrs. Warfield had a large circle of
j friends and acquaintances in Annapo
i lis. Governor and Mrs. Warfield en
tertained extensively during h’s ten
| ure of office and brought their two
older daughters out at large balls
given in the Executive Mansion.
Hall’s Catarrh Medicine
Those who are in a “run down”
condition will notice that Catarrh
bothers them much more than when
they are in good health. This fact
oroves that while Catrfrrh is a local
disease, it is greatly influenced by
constitutional conditions. *
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE
consists of an Ointment which Quick
ly Relieves by local application, and
*he Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which
assists in Improving the General
Sold by druggists for over 40 Years
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio
Value Of Maryland Farm Products In 1922
Gained Over 1921
Increase Of Nearly $15,000,000 In Farm Value Of Crops,
Animals Raised. And Animal Products
The farm value of all crops and
animals raised and animal products
produced in Maryland during 1922
was $104,700,000, according to n state
ment given out today by John S. Den
nee. crop statistician at Baltimore for
the United States Department of Ag
riculture, co-operating with the Ex
tension Service of the University of
Maryland. This ainottta represents a
gain of $14,900,000 over fho value of “
all farm products produced during
1921 but is short of 1919 —the bumper
year—by $81,000,000; .and of 1920 L.v
Of the 1922 gross value the total
for crops is placed at $68,100,000. and
the total for animate raised and for
animal products is placed at $36.-
600.000. It should be borne in mind
that the total value of animals raised
and animal products duplicates crop
values to a degree not ascertainable
Compared with 1921 values, crops
gained by $15,800,000 while animals
raised and animal products lost $900,-
Sonie Peter; Some Pun
At a dinner. Sir James M. Barrie
was seated next an individual who, at
a loss for something to say, re
“I suppose. Sir James, that some of
your plays do better than others.”
“Yes,” replied the famous mm
“Some peter out and some pan out.'
—From Everybody's Magazine.
Actually Heard Them Hustling
Mrs. Jamieson writes, “The night i
we returned to our hnusa, the roaches
were so thick in our kitchen and pan
try, we actually heard them rustling
over the floor when we turned the
light on. Thanks to Royal Guaran
teed Roach Powder, we got rid of
them quickly!” 10c and 25c. Sold and
guaranteed by J. Newton Gilbert,
i SAMUEL W. BROOKS & CO.'
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j PAINTING DECORATING
* PAPER HANGING
CitmwtN Cheerfully Fofulitef.
Color M-hrmei for furniture pointing*.
tpholetering ontl tiold Line Work.
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CIRCLE PLAYHOUSE SATURDAY,RCM
I Other Attractions the homier drama or love and thrill* MlOhs U 1
r “THE FAST MAIL’’ ~
At SOPS I ABLES The Speed Keeordn of the World are Outdone In tide Swift ent 1 S ’ ’ ’
— AND — of Screen Dramas, and When the Band Plays “Dixie' at the I’lllHV
NEWS End You WUI Agree that a Loud Time was had. lfir, ■
E ONCOMING (NEXT WEEK) ?££* ;;>
Columbia is fast on its feet”, quickly and silently it moves
m -*■'£3 from one mile an hour to sixty-five while providing you
' Vlt “ 'he security, comfort and dependability never before
built into cars of such low price.
Prom radiator to rear axle, motor to transmission, the
Sy rN p* Columbia Specialized Six is built throughout from standard-
W X W units such as Continental Motors and Timken Axles.
Before buying any car under SISOO, see Columbia Six and save
• F. O. B. Detroit money. Check over the standardized units in this unequalled
STAVDARn chassis; examine the details of beautiful body-construction;
TOURING carefully weight all the facts and you must conclude that
Columbia Six is your kind of a car, at your kind of a price.
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C, 170-471 CONDUIT ST.
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' % brings perfection #
Tm - i-P. C00p,.. 12 , 5-Pam. Sn. tun,
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Crop value as a fraction of the ag
gregate value of all farm products
fell from 69 per cent, in 1919 to 59
per cent, in 1931. but recovered to 65
per cent, in 192? on account of the
gain of crop value in 1922 over 1921,
and the nearly stationary value of
The course of crop value has fluc
tuated exceedingly during the last ten
years, according to the crop statisti
cian. The peak year of high crop
prices was 1919, when the value was
193 per cent, greater than In 1913
After 1919 a precipitate decline fol
lowed. The crop value of 1921 marks
the lowest point of deflation, as an
upward movement in 1922 carried
such value to 55 per cent alove 1913
Animal products had a course of
yearly values that lagged behind crop
values and fluctuated less. The peak
was reached in 1919, but it was 113
per cent, above 1913. while crop value
touched 193 per cent, above.
science deals with ;
causes and not with
effects. It believes and |
I" demonstrates that the |
source of most disease is
in the spine and that an
adjustment of the verte
brae allows natural I
health to assort itself.
Prolally the :i _•
is the appear. •
of new ribbon tr*
that have made
the smart she; - ,
seem to have ; a
of beautiful rii
with long Mr*
fashion note is
of a very soft tr,<
l beautifies the
adds further it r,
line by streun* r-
of head or thrrso* •
benefits 1 b" the * M **
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Save You, Coal p;
REDUCE THK ( o\i. ; r
Why not save .
I*lll l.y .Mail'ii.j '
All-Metal \\ cathe
THK FIRST cost i
All Metal w
us )iMiir*a x ..I,i
Let ns denioii*tr.,i. i, ,
save money liy m il.
windows draft pi.
F. J. FLOOD
47 DEAN ST, A.Wil’iOj
SC KEEN WttltK oi \;,i K \
letter slots i i rmsh:
ALL STEEL l-o;: .u .
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