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Eitptting (Capital
1884 * 1923
ANNAPOLIS. UD.
Published Dslly Ex--pt Kuudsy b/
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tbla paper and alao the local newa
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patrhea herein are alao reervd. I
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1923.
NAVY GETS GOOD NT.4KT
Winter-like weather greeted
the Navy and Syracuse Univer
sity ball players yesterday after
noon in the opening game of the
local diamond season, hut the j
prevailing frigidity failed to chill i
Navy’s determination to start off,
the season victoriously and at
the conclusion of the fray the
midshipmen's colors were flying
triumphantly at the masthead.;
While adverse climatic condi
tions hindered the fielding of the
players, Navy showed enough to
its supporters to cause them j
much rejoicing. The veterans of
last year’s team and the new
men alike made an excellent
showing, the squad, as a whole.
giving every indication of much
latent power. In fact, when this;
year’s Navy team hits the top of i
its stride, we confidently expect
great things of it. May the win-1
ning of the opening encounter
serve as an added spur Navy
to establish a season’s record
that will have West Point quak
ing in the Army boots when time
for the annual service classic
rolls around.
SLOWLY GETTING RACK
Peace-loving Americans who
have just completed the annual
tussle with the income tax blank
may extract what comfort they
may from the consideration of
the uses to which their money
will he put.
Hie Chief of the United States
Bureau of Efficiency, wl/ich
makes a specialty of statistics,
has compiled an estimate of the
way each dollar raised in the
1995-?4 budget will he spent.
The figures follow :
For the Army and Navy,
17 cents.
For pensions, the veter
ans' bureau, etc., 25 cents.
hor special activities per
taining. to the recent war
such as settlement with the
railroads, war contracts, etc.,
4 cents.
For interest on the war
debts, 28 cents.
For the retirement of the
debt. 1! cents'.
For the President, Con
gress. the courts, executive
departments, research, edu
cation. public works and all
other civil activities, 15
cents.
In other words. 85 cents of the
taxpayer s dollar goes to pav for I
war. most of it for wars already!
fought. Fifteen cents goes fori
the operation of our government)
as a peace-time enterprise.
In the course of a generation
or two, if no new wars eventuate,
Americans will lie paying a much
larger proportion toward the ex
penses of peace. In the mean
time we are paying the cost of
the lesson of war.
The man who is reatlv indlspens- j
able Is not one who is inflated with ‘
his own importance, but the one who]
aims to get his task rightly done so :
that there can be neither fault nor,
cause for fault.
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The Indian in America used to eat ’
pine bark. But notody sold it to
'em for broakfast food.—New York
Tritfune.
*
"Vote Selling Charged in Ohio”—
headline. In most or the States it is
C. O .D.—Norfolk Virginian-Pilot. ,
~rAHL V ’] orth hermit inherited
SIOO,OOO is hunting a wife. All lie
will have to do is ait stilL
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TO MAKE RAIN VISOR
FOR ANY AUTOMOBILE
Tin Device Prevents Fogging of
Driver’s Vision.
Elements Kept From Striking Gian
and la Great Hatp in Stormy
Weather—When Enameled
Suitably It le Not Con.
spicuoua.
When It rains against the wind
shield the view of the road le unk
certain aul rhatars of accident are
| liiwiiicU. Windshield cleaners are
g<nl, but they keep one working.
I lils visor has been devised to pre
vent tile element* from striking the
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eiiot or top
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Attached to the top of your automo
j bile, thie tin vieor preventa rain or
enow from fogging your vieion.
glass ut all and Is a great help to driv
ers in stormy weather. As most auto
inobilists keep their tops up daring
winter, it can be fastened permanently
In place, for that season at least.
t'ut out a piece of sheet tin the de
sired length and so it can be bent
shout as shmvn in the perspective
of llie windshield edge of the visor,
and should he punched with several
holes so that it can be tacked to the
inside of the front bow' of the top.
Make It Just low enough so that it
I will ward off the snow or rain, but not
too low to prevent the driver from
watching the road. Be sure the side
shields come as close as possible to the
j glnss without touching, as they will
help to keep drafts from sucking in
the snow or rain at the sides.
When enameled a suitable color to
match the car, It will not be tinbe
coming or conspicuous in the least.
—Popular Science Monthly.
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throat, chest and bronchial trouble
Largest selling cough medicine Jn the
world. Mrs. S. L. Hunt, Cincinnati
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lisease, it is greatly influenced b>
(institutional conditions.
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he Internal Medicine, a Tonic, whicl
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CAW PAL, ANi\ r APOLIS, M ARYLAND. THURSDAY. MARCH *29. 19*20.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Xotli-e I* lien-liy given that tbo ab
' K-ribcr. of .Vuut- Aruu.lH coamy. has <**-
j rulm-.l fr..in the Orphan*' Court of Auur
; Armolel County, la Marrlouil. letter* of
j A<luiluiatratioil B the pt-raoual ratate
JOHN r. BROW X.
late .f Amie Arniotel eantf, <le'oa*et.
All |M-raona having .-laiuia agatnat the <te
vt*aa*-.| are hereby warn*-.! to eshlblt the
■vauie, with the vcuti-ht-r* thereof, to tin
vube. ritH-r oti or Ivefore the
Mlh DAY Or UCfsT, 197#
They may otherwise, by law. be e\<-to.lel
from all beuetit of aaid estate. All pyraona
inrtetoteit to |W eatate are re|tjete,l to
make iaiinedtate |iyio-tit.
Given Uioler uty baud this 'A*tli .It J' ot
Fettruary. liKZi.
ELIZABETH FOltP.
A.lin'tiitt r.itrlx.
* NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice la hereby glvcu that the attb
► rlber baa obtalued from the Orphan*'
Court of Anne Arundel Cotiutv, in Mary
land. letters Teatanientary on the jier
sonal eatate of
J. WALTER COOK.
lute of Anne Arundel county, dc-i-eaped.
Ml peraoua haring .-laiuia againat the de
eaacl are hereby warned to exhlltit the
untie with tbe voucher* thereof, to the
•iUbacriher on or before the
12th DAY OF MOI ST, (925.
They may othcTwiae. by law. be exclude,l
from all benefit of aaid eatate. Ail |*er
von* Indebted to aaid eatate are requeated
o make Immediate payment.
Given under my hand this Ot li day of
February. 1923.
BETTIE B. COOK.
Executrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice la hereby given that the enb
atlbfr. of Anne Arundel county. Itua ob
tained from the orphans' Court of Aline
Arundel County, lu Maryland. Letters Tes
tamentary on the personal estate of
THOMAS K. STKAM.K,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persona having eluims against rtn- de
■eased are hereby wariu-d to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof to the!
subscriber on or before the
261 li DAY or SEPTEMBER. 1913.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested 1
to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 2fttli day of
March, ltr_'.S.
It. LENA STRANGE.
Executrix.
-NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the sub
scriber. of Anne Arundel county, h.ia ob
alned from the Orphans’ Court of Anne
trundel County, In Maryland. Letters of 1
Administration on tin- persons) estate ofi
RAl.rif MIDDLETON,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased. AH’
teraons having claims against tin- *U-.-eas-j
•d are hereby warned to exhibit the same
with the vouchers thereof to the sub
scriber on or before the i
12th DAY OF AUGUST. 1823.
They may otherwise, by law. lie excluded '
from ail oetietit of said estate. All per- ;
■ions Indebted to said estate are requeated
to make Immediate payment.
Given under my hand this Gth day Of
February, 1923.
ROBERT G. MIDDLETON,
Administrator.
ORDER NISI
In the Matter of the Sale of the Real
Estate of Stephen W. Duckett, Deceased.
In the Orphan's Court for
Anne Arundel County.
Ordered, this loth day of March, nine
teen hundred and twenty-three, that the
sale of the real estate mentioned In these
proceedings, made ami reported by Eugene
Childs. Executor, by virtue of a power
■>f Rale con tallied In the will of Stephen
\\\ Duckett, deceased, lie ratified and con
firmed. unless cause to the contrary there
of be shown on or before the
Dll DAY OF APRIL. 1023;
Provided, a copy of this order be pub
'tslmd in some newspaper published in
Anne Arundel county, once in each of
lire*' successive weeks before the 7th day
>f April, next.
The report states the amount of sales to
he six thousand eight hundred and live
($(1,905,00) dollars.
LEMON BEALL. A. J.,
MAYNARD CARR. A. .T.
True Copy, ’t’est ;
ODEN B. DUCKETT,
Register of AY 11 Is.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the sub
scriber. of Antie Aruudel county, has ob
ali.ed from the Orphans' Court of Antic
Arundel County, tn Maryland, Letters of
Administration on the iiersonal estate of
THOMAS UOI-BERT,
ate of Anne Arundel eouuty, deceased.
All persons having Haims against -be de
fused are hereby warned lo exhibit the
aine. with the vouchers tucreof, to the
übscrlber on or before the
7th DAY OF AUGUST, 1023.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
roin all benefit of said estate. All |>er
votis Indebted to said estate are requested
o make immediate payment.
(Jiven under my hand this 30th day of
I miuary. 1928.
ROSETTA COLBERT.
Administratrix.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORB
Notice Is hereby given that the sub- ]
acriber, of Anne Arundel county, liaa ob
taiiH-d from the Orphans' Court of Anue
Arundel Comity, lu Maryland, l-etters of
Administration on the |.er*ou:il estate of
CHARLES E. CLOW. J
late of Anue Arundel county, deceased.
All |teraons having oiatius againat the de
• eaaed are hereby warned to exhibit the '
same, with the voucher* thereof, to the J
Fubarilsr mi or before ihe
2tb DAY OF JULY. 1923. j
Tliey may wtherwise. by law, be excluded
I from all benefit of said estate. All |H*r
sons indebted to aaid estate are requested J
to make immediate payment. 1
Given under my hand tills 23rd day of •
January. 1923. <
MARY' A. CLOW. l
Administratrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the sub
scriber. ot Anne Arundel eouuty. has ob
tained from tlie Orphans' Court of Auue
Aruudel County, in Maryland, l-etters of
Administration on Hie personal estate of
KAMI UI. DAVIK.
late of Anne Arundel county, de<-eased.
All persons havlug claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vomhers thereof, to the
subscriber on or before the
SCth DAY OF AUGUST, 1923
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded I
front all benefit of said estate. All persons
indebted to s.-iid estate are requeated to
make immediate payment.
Given under my Laud this 20th day of,
Fell retry, 1923.
ARTHUR T. ELLIOTT.
Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that tbe sub
scriber. of Anne Arundel county, has ob
tained from the Orphans' Court of Auue
Arundel county. In Maryland, Letters of
Aduiinlstration on the jiersonal estate of
TRAVF.HS T. BROYVN.
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.!
All persons having claims agaiust the de-1
• •eased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the
J subserlber on or before the
29th DAY OF JULY, 1923.
; They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all beuetit of said estate. Alt per- *
sons indebted to said estate are requested 1
I to make immediate payment. l
i Given under my linnd this 29tli day of;
.laimary, llrj::. .
T. ROLAND BROWN, j
Administrator. >
ORDER OK PUBLICATION
United States of America •
versus
One Ford Truck. Engine No. 2780194. !
In the District Court of tba United States
l-'or the District of Maryland.
WHEREAS, on June 19, 1922. a Ford
I Truck liearing engine Number 27x0191, was
seised by Federal Prohibition Agents at
Brown's Farm, Stnnoy Run, A. A. County.
; and Is now in the custody of the United
[States Government.
AND WHEREAS, the said Court lias)
ordered that notice of the taking of said
automobile together with a description |
i thereof lie published In a newspaper of*
Anne Aruudel County once n week for
two consecutive weeks, directing nil per
sons having liens against or claims to
snhl machine to flla same in this Court
within lu days after the Ihhi publication
of said advertisement and upon failurt; of
said claimant to uplieiir. the United States
Marshal to sell ssibl automobile at public
auction:
THEREFORE, notice is hereby given to
all persons claiming said automobile, or
Interested therein, to appear in the United
States District Court for the District of
Maryland on or before the 15th day of
March. 1923. and claim stild automobile,
otherwise, same will be sold at public
auction as directed by the Court on lfitli
i day of March. 1923, at lU::at A. M., at 559
W. Hoffman atretd. Baltimore. Md.
WILLIAM W. STOCKHAM.
United States Marshal.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
United States of America
versus
One Rnlek Touring (*ar. Engine No.
333332.
In the District Court of the United States
For the District of Maryland.
WHEREAS, on Jnce 19, 1932. a Bul< k
Automobile liearing Maryland License No.
83(106 and eiigiue Number 333332, was
seized by Federal Prohibition Agents at
Brown's Farm. Stooe.v Run, A. A. County,
and is now In the - custody of the United
States Government,
AND WHEREAS, the said Court has
ordered that notice of the taking of said
automobile together with a description
thereof be published in a newspaper of
Anne Arundel County once a week for
two consecutive weeks, directing all jier
sons having lieus against or claims to
said machine to file same In this Court
within 10 days after the hist publication
of said advertisement and upon failure uf
said claimant to appear, the United States
Marshal to sell said automobile at puhlic
Hiictioii:
THEREFORE, notice is hereby given to
all persons claiming said automobile, or
Interested thereiu, to appear in the United
States District Court for the District of
Maryland on or before‘the 15th day of
March. 192.'!, and claim said automobile,
otherwise, same will be sold at public
auction as directed by the Court on 10th
day of March. 1923. at 10::i0 A. M„ at 559
W. Hoffman street. Baltimore, Md.
WILLIAM W. STOCKHAM.
United States Marshal.
ORDER MSI
lit the Matter of the Sale of the Mort- j
gaged Heal Estate of George O.
Sunderiaud.
No. -47:15 Eqnltf.
lu the Circuit Court f<>r Aune Arundel Co.
Ordered, this 3rd day of March. 1923.
that the sale of the property uieutioued
iu these proceeding*, made and reported
by James W. Otrwu, Attorney, be ratified
and confirmed. unless cause’ to the con
trary thereof he ahimu on or before the
4th WAV OK APRIL, NEAT;
I'rovided, u copy of this Order le Inserted
in some uews|iM|>er published In Anne
Arundel county, i*ui*e In each of three tiu*-
ovaaive wks before the 4th day of April,
next.
The report states the amount of sales
to be $1,000.00. ,
\VM. >*. WOODWARD. Clerk.
True Copy, Teat:
WM. N. WOODWAUD, Clerk.
ORDER MSI
lu the Matter of the Sale of the Mort
gaged Real Karate of George C.
Sunderland.
No. 4051 Equity.
In the Circuit Court for Antic Arundel Co.
Ordered, this 3rd day of March. 1923,
that the saie of the property mentioned
in these proceedings, made and reported
h.v James W. Owens. Attorney, he ratttteo
and coutinned, unless cause to the con
trary thereof be shown on or before the
4th WAV OF APRIL. JtKXT;
Provided, a copy of this Order be Inserted
*“ ">“• newspaper published In Anne
Arundel county, once iu each of three anc
eesslve weeks before the 4th day of April,
next. ’
The report states the nmonnt of sales
to be $1,000.0(1.
Tr „ ~ X. WOODWARD, Clerk.
True t spy, Test :
WM. X, WOODWARD. Clerk.
PROPOSAL ~
, !, b n re.eived by the City Clerk
mitu 1. o elm* noon. Saturday. April 7th.
Tor the removing of garbage and Btreet
{ ro, " l •‘reels, lanes
and alleys In the City of Annapolis. Md..
1 th „‘‘ f “ n ? u,n year from June Ist.
' h fi/ l * ! * reserved to reject any
1 l ift Vi' *• * or further Information and
specifications, apply to
; W. H VAXBANT.
! 1 diy Commissioner.
Suits Made To Order!
naval tailors
CLEANING AND I'KKSSIN'ti
Ladies’ Work a Specialty.
Hotel Maryland Tailors
ANNAPOLIS, MD. „(j
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~
e:?)? sawtt.'w wst
• •(lit Of Anne Arundel Countv In M-rv
| "om'l JSi'tV
ELIZABETH M. C. SLAUGIITKK,
~, °‘ Anne Arundel county. dece-iHcd
ceased h hnv l n|r Against the de
wme wlti, ,h bv exhibit the
Mum. jutli the voucher* thereof to tin>
subscriber on or before the
J?lh DAT OF SEPTEMBER. lo>3.
They may otherwise, bv law he excluded
fronf all benefit of said estate AIV per
oiih indebted to Hjiid cHtatc nre requested
to make iintuedijite payment
March n in">:t 1< “ r '" y ha,ul n,s 0 day of
. , , A. T. BRADY.
Administrator e. t. n.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notiee la hereby given that the sub
scriber has obtained from the Orphans'
, wu / t Anne Arundel Conntv. In Mttrv
lnrni. Letters of A din Ini at radon on the
personal estate of
JOHN L. HARRINGTON.
late of Anne Arundel county, dee,eased.
All persons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warued to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber on or before the
12th DAY OF SEPTEMBER. IMS.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand tills Otli day of
March, 102:;.
CIXA E. HARRINGTON.
Administratrix.
ORDER NISI
in the Matter of the Sale of the Mortgaged
Real Estate of Walter Rogers and Wife.
. No. 4720 Equity.
In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel Co
Ordered, this 7tli day of March, 1923.
that the Report aud Account of the Audi
tor. bled this day in the above entitled
cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless
cause to the contrary thereof be shown on
or before the
Bth DAY OF APRIL. NEXT;
Provided, a copy of this order be Inserted
In some newspaper published in Anue
Arundel county, once in each of three
successive weeks before the 9tli day of
April, next.
WM. N. WOODWARD, Clerk.
True Copy, Test.
WM. A. WOODWARD, Clerk.
PROPOSALS -
Rids will be received by the City Clerk
until 12 o'clock, noon. Saturday. March 31
for laying 8-lucli terracotta sewer on Clay
street, (150 linear feet, more or less.
, ri “ ht is reserved to reject any and
at! bids, lor further information, plans
and specifications, apply
W. H. VANS A XT.
City Commissioner.
for sale
Bungalow, Severn Ave $2,100
Bungalow Severn Ave 3,000
Dwelling, Burnside St 4JM)
Dwelling. Chesapeake Ave 5/400
Dwelling, Southgate Ave 8,500'
Dwelling, near Weems Creek... 4,000
Bungalow, West Annapolis 5,700
B. J. WIEGARD
Real Estate and Insurance
21 SCHOOL ST. m 29
SEALED PROPOSALS
Sealed proposals. Indorsed ••Proposals
for Road, Iglehart Station to Sherwood
Forest." will be received by the County
Conmiissloners of Anne Arundel County at
their office In the Court House at Annapo
lis. Maryland, until eleven-thlrtv o'clock
a. m.. Tuesday. April 3rd. 1923. and then
aud there publicly opened and read, for
c-onstrncting a concrete rqad from Isle
hart Station to the entrance to Sberwobti
Forest, in the Second Election District of
Aune Arundel County. Maryland. Alter
native proposals may be submitted, based
on ma<-adara •(instruction for the road.
The road will be approximately 4.283 feet
in length and 13 feet wide and will have
earth shoulders. Specification, drawing
and proposal blanks may be obtained in
the office of the County Commissioners on
or after March 2Cth. 1923.
Proposals shall be accompanied by a
certified check made payable to the County
Commissioners of Anne Arundel Countv
for SSOO as a guarantee that the successful
bidder will execute the required contract
within six days after Its delivery to him
for that purpose and give bond In a penal
sum equal to fifty j*er <-ent. of the con
tract price, conditioned o:i the faithful
performance of the contract
The County Commissioners reserve the
right to accept any bid and to reject any
vr all blda.
PUBLIC SALE
—UK
valuable REAL ESTATE
In the city f Annapolis and Eaotport.
Maryland.
As attorney for the owners, the belrs of
the late Isaac Hohberger, 1 will offer at
public sale at the Court House door, lu the
City of Aunapolis. Maryland, ou
Tuesday, April 3, 1923
At 11 o’clock A. M.
First: All that lot of ground located
ou the southwest side of Prince George
street, Aunapolis, Maryland, fronting
fifty-one feel six Inches aud having a
depth ~f forty-seven feet, with* Improve
ments. Xo. 127 —a nine-room frame dwell
ing; with heat, electric lights aud all
modern conveniences, occupied as dwelling
by the late Isaac Hohberger; No. 125—an
apartment house of five apartiueuts. four
of three rooms each, one of two rooms, aud
store on first flow; conveyed to Isaac lLdi
la rger by U vatt W. Uandsll and wife by
deed dated IMh March. 19**5. and recorded
among the Laud Records of Antic Arundel
county In Liber G. \V. No. 42, folio 44.
Second: AH that lot of ground located
ou ttio northeast side of Johnson street.
Anuapolls. Mil., fronting thirty-two feet
an.l having a depth of 59 feet 3 Inches; im
proved by a frame store and dwelling of
four rooms, aud another dwelling of five
rooms, conveyed to Isaac Hohberger by
the Aunapolis Land and Improvements
v ompany of Anne Arundel county by deed
dated 14th January, 1895. and recorded in
Liber G- No. 39. folio 463.
Third: AII that lot of ground located
on tile northeast side of Johnson street.
Anus polls, Md., froutiug 32 feet aud hav
ing a depth of 59 feet, more or less, and
being the same property conveyed to lsaa-
Hohberger by the Annapolis Land and
Improvement Company by deed dated 29(h
June, 1995. aud recorded among said Land
Records in Liber G. W. No. 42, folio 342.
improved by three two-story frame dwell
ings. one of five rooms and two of four
rooms.
Fourth: All that lot of ground located
on tin* northeast side of Burnside street,
•Is the Second Election District of Aune
Arundel county, adjacent to the village of
Eastport, froutiug thereon no feet and hav
ing h depth of UK) fi’et, more or less, be
ing the saute property conveyed to said
Isaac Hohberger by deeds from William
11. Burns aud wife aud John T. Stewart
nuil wife, dated respectively 11th day of
November, 1902, and 20th day of February.
1903. and recorded umoug the Lund (rec
ords aforesaid In Liber G. W. No. 2N, folio
144 anil Liber G. \V. No. 29, folio 123.
TERMS OF SALK:—Cash in thirty days
from day of sale. A deposit of five hun
dred dollars will he required of the pur
chaser for Lot No. 1. and two hundred
dollnra for each of the other properties.
NICHOLAS H. GREEN.
Attorney for Owners.
TRUSTEE’S SALE
—o IN
VALUABLE WATERFRONT
PROPERTY ON SPA
CREEK
NEAR EABTPOKT
—. i
I'uder anil by virtue of the power of
sale contained In a deed of trust from
Williuiii J. Chaney uml Lillian I>. Chaney,
his Wife. to the undersigned Trustees,
dated 14th of December. 1922, and duly
recorded lu the Land Records of > Aiin**
Aruuilct county, we will offer at public
sale at the Court House door, in the City
of Annapolis, Maryland, on
Tuesday,' April 10, 1923
At Eleven O'clock A. M..
the following property, vis:
1. All that lot of ground which by deed
dated Ist of September, In the year 1920
and recorded In the Land Record’s of Anne
Arundel county In Lllier W. N. W. No. 13.
folio 419. was granted and conveyed to
said William J. Chaney and wife by Alice
Quaide and husband, and therelu de
scribed by metes and hounds, courses and
distances, consisting of about onc-fourtb
0-4) of an acre of land, fronting for the
distance of about 150 feet on the waters
of Spa Creek hiiil Wells Cove, and im
proved by a four-room frame bungalow,
eonainting of dining room, kitchen, two
bedrooms and attic, furuiahed with water
and electric lights, aud Improved ulso by
chicken house, duck house and wood
house.
2. All that lot of ground adjoining the
above described property purchased by
said William .T. Chaney and wife from
Mrs. James R. ltrashears iu her lifetime,
improved by a stable and garage, consist
ing of 2.37 acres of luiid, and having on
it 50 fruit trees. 390 everbearing red rasp
berry hushes aud 1(H) strawberry plants
This property lies adjoining the property
of Mm. Bertha N. Atwell and Mrs. H. Lee
Duvall, is beautifully located and most
desirable for a waterfront residence.
TERMS OF SALE:—One-half cusli on
ratification of sale, balance of purchase
money iu six months from day of sale, to
be secured by note of the purchaser with
satisfactory surety and to beur interest
from day of sale, or all cash, at the option
of the purchaser, on ratification of sale.
A deposit of $250.90 will be required of the
purchaser ou day of sale.
For further particulars, apply to the
undersigned,
JAMES M. MUX ROE,
JERRY L. SMITH,
WILLIAM H. MOSS,
Auctioneer.
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING
Spouting, Sheet Metal and Slate Work.
STOVES AND FURNACES INSTALLED
AND REPAIRED
B ON* 131-tV.
w. b. & aTelectric
RAILROAD '
MID-CITY TERMINALS
Hnlf-llouriy Service Morning and Evening
Letween Annapolis. Baltimore a* ,1
Washington and Camp Meade.
. (Washington and Camp Meade
passengers change st Naval
Academy Junction.)
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
West Street Station
'’“*•*s 50. G. 20, x 0.50. x 7.30, 8.20 9
10.20, 11.20. A. M., 12.20. 1.20 2 *>o t
1120 X P°U 5 2 °' °' M ' * 8 2 ®- 10*20.
Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutes
8t^ r: and rniw nW t Statlon - B1 “"en
nSe. earner * AV ' nUe ' * Ten < 7 >
Connecting at OdeDton with P. ft. R.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Bladen Street Station
5.20 A. M and half-bouriy thereafter at °0
6M a,t - e r *•<* Vnffi
’ and lI.’PM. tM ' H ' M ’ °' s0 ’ lo a.
5 SunKy 0,50 A ’ tralna dan * exce P‘
leave Baltimore—w
®*ss. 7.35, 8..‘{5, 9.35. 10.35, 11.35, A. M
12 30. 1.35, 2.35, 3.35, x 4 05 i w Lr *'
•c
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Howard and Lombard Sts.
5.15 A. M and half-hourly thereafter at in
615 P s !? ln , U h te> af l?£“b bow unJi
li 15 P P M M. th . e n n d a i t 2 .‘if A *’ l5 ' 10 15 '
SuSSay 5 ' 45 A ’ M ’ traiua da,, <*P
LEAVE WASHINGTON
5.00 6A5 BJW, 9.00. 10.00. 11.00. A. M. I*> 00
100. 2.00, 3.00, x 3.30. 4ou *a *a s iS'
* 8 t ( ?\, 7 ' 00 ' 9W) - lIXVfiJ 12 iOA M
*—Dally except Sunday. A '
sfreeL H * U ’ Bbort Llne Station, Blad°ea
—— <*
LOST
LOST—Black u*.,t r "
lag two fi hi .
turn to Capit.il „ffi ,
-■ ! -
LOST—Monday
lades in large - r ,, ' ..* TT'
no use exivpt
please return ’
phone 740. and re n '■
* WANTED
WANTED—To rent
small bungalow <>n * 3 , .
napolls. Unit tin -
price and location \ " 1 •
tal office.
WANTED— Expcrilcii.
bouseworker. Apply 1 , '■ r
FOR HI NT
FOR RENT Five >
West street; ¥.’7 .'hi
Jultau Urcwer uml x
FOR KtVI
furnished: 257 Jlatmii
over street.
FOR RENT Furnlshc I
Charles street.
I OR tit \ 1
meut. Apply 127 l*
FOR RENT- S?x -
ply B. Friedman. 2 > \\ , .
FOR RENT Four 1 .
been a cow past u n Jl(
fere.v avenue. West Am,. ' V ‘ 1
W. E. Pleasant. Sevcnti, ,
98. West Aiiiiapolii l*n.. , v
FOR RENT—Water!r~t~
gslow; all modern , ..m, ~ ,
Annapolis 744 .1.
FOR KENT—Desirable fnn.’.HiTTT'
74 Conduit streeL
FOR RENT—Three
Dished apartment. Apply u!! ,, ,
5 Murray avenue.
FOR RENT -Six-room h,7^
Gornl location; all I-uiiicun-a. 1 , . ‘
7M5 West street.
FOR BXII
FOR MALE— Bat
ecru finish; fine condition. , . (i
Apply 15 Dean street.
Tor •II 1 8m
ear. Just completely i.\,r!i-ni„
qnlie Mr. Main. Child* ,v Hu*,.,
Garage.
FOR SALK—Two horses, cart*
buggy and harness. 1!..\ \,, *v" v
eiith avenue. West AntinpoUs m
Phone No. 949-J. Owner. \Y AY. Hr,,*
FOR SALE OR REM
FOR MALE OK KEN I Dwelling \ 1
Charles strwt. For partli-utnr*
F. Childs.
FOR SALK OK KENT Sen rlia 1' •
room cottage Oil State mini, tiH.ir <1
tlon and Severn river. I’rlo* I7j
Rent SSO mouth. H. c Itnurke, Hr is
lytt, Md., or Boom*. Md.
FARM WANTED
WANTED —Small, elienp furni. sail tit
1 eight-room house; near Ntutiim urn
line. Want to deal direct with n*n
2803 K. Preston street. Ihiitlmini-. All.
CHAS. M. CARLSO)
1M GLOUCESTER BTRRBT
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER
—tt
Estimates Cheerfully (fires.
PHONE n
PBOPOBA LS
Bids will be received at the nffin* ft
City Clerk, Municipal Huil<lliig. up
noon Wednesday, March 28. ltc:. f*.r It
Dishing 1,500 feet of fire Imse, with :
Hugh attached
The City reserves the right to reject s
1 or all bids. Submit sample.
EMMA ABBOTT <SAGE
m2B City Clerk
ORDER OF PI’BLItITIOS
Sarah Sye. et al
vs.
Sewell Cmsswell. et al.
No. 4725 Equity.
In the Circuit Court for Ann** Arurnin l
To Mary Jane Jews anil Sewell <
The object of this suit is t> jit-mart
de<*ree for the sale of tin* i*r*>jo-rty
Thomas Sye, late of Aline Anitnlel ■
Maryland, deceased, or so uni'll tUereJ
may he necessary to pay his debt*
The Bill of Complitiut alleges
Thomas Sye, late of Anne Aruudei
(ll**d intestate, leaving :i -mail
land, without any hullditigs in the 7“
Elle**tlon District of Anne x-un i* '
that his personal estate was insußciest
pay bis debts; that he left m* hJ>* >
no children, and that tie* ilefeudsa
Sewell Crosswell, Henry ••■•ow *’*
Crosswell. Henrietta Crosweli nail "*
Jaue Jews, are his heir* at !-•' *
Mary Jane Jews lives in th* ' it) <**'
delphla, I’etinsylVanin, nn-. 'h* i '
Crosswell having been twi >- o-’erse
est," uppu order of thN
the 20th of March. 192'. di.- ii-/"- '
publlctttiou to In* given !> s;tl<l "L*'
Cross well as a non-residi a,l ‘-
Jane Jews, a non-resident. u „
It Is thereupon, this 2D? 1 v "*'
192:*, ordered by the Cir< tii* < ■'? f“ r 'V
Arundel County, 111 Kquit t ?
tiffs by causing a copy <d th * erder *-
inserted in some newsp:i|e*r t-ut
Anne Arundel County on* e a week .
of four successive week* )■*-? re
day of April. 1923. give me * t<
feudauts. Sewell Crossweil >‘ i,rT /„
Jews, of the object and *; 1 * f'‘ a *
Bill of Complaint, warning ? *em t#
pear in this Court in per* *a or by •
tor on or before the 7th da.' of v f‘ i ’
to abow cause, if any they any ha'*’
a decree ought not to he ;•.*.*** i
WM. N. WCKiBWABP
Clerk of the <ir u*f 1
for Anne Arundel v
Trne Copy. Test:
WM. N. WOODWARD r
ORDK j’, MM
In the Mstter of thp Sale of the >1 •’•
Beal Estate of Mary W. 1 biee
No. 4742 Equity.
In the Circuit Court for Anne -‘ ruu ‘
t Ordered, this 22nd day of Manb- 5 '
that the sale of the property made t
porte<l by John S. Strstiorn. '**'* (il u
r rifled and confirmed, unless '
contrary thereof he shown on or
OB* *
84th DAY OF APRIL*
Provided a copy of this order ) Ka j
in some newspaper published
Arundel county, om e in ea* h o* 1 (jjy 1
cessive weeks before the °
April, next. ttH
The report states the nmoun
to be $13,625.00. .
WM. X. WIKIDWAIII*.
True Copy, Test:
‘ WM. N. WOODWARD. Clerk. -

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