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liki4 'k 1923
AIRIPOLIB. MU.
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Puh:Ub<*.l Itat’jr Except Sunday by
TH* CAPITAL l'l HLIMUNO COMPANY
THE KVKJfy*O CAPITAL
Is ok Ml* at tbe following
Ooorga W, .Tone* 32 We*t Ktr*i-t
WlllUm Scliulu* 11l Went Sir*-**?
<*org* 3. I*vt*... 7* Maryland * *•*
('baa. <J. Folilujyycr M Maryland Aw.
"HloaAird Confectionery" King dwnni- m
William Bnkrr Wi-at A l‘thwlfi Si
W. B. A A. Newataud, Short Lit'* Ti-rmlua'
M. Mill* £U \V*t Stmt
N. Mint J-la, Third A Svern Ave., Emtoott
Ir. I'liarka B. Henkel.. .21) Mary laud Art-.
lartln'a liiialcnl Stun- 2.i! Min i
atnaraa Main t >•• >•* tit via
Itellaorod In Annaptilla. I'tuljiort, Ger
mantown and Wy.-t Aoiiitp<*!iM by earlier
for 4S oauta per tuntitb.
You ran bare fbe BVKN'IAd CAPITAL
mailed to yon wlo-i 'i> from the idly
by leaving >ur u.itn. .ml a.ldrtna at tbe
nfflre, for .viiti *•: month; ST>.OU per
year, payable In ml* • to any poatoillce,
in the United St. '• nr Canada.
Butered at Anna|io;. Poatnlfli'e aa
SiH-ond-Cbi** Matter.
Member nt T >e taMirliitnt I’rro*
Tbe Aeatwlated Proa* la eveln
alvely entitle! to the urn* for re
tiublt. atlon ot ill ne-va nredlted to
It or not n.Mkrrwtae rndllnl In j
tbla patter nnd n lan tlio lia'itl new* I
publlabnd heroin. All right* of i
re - ynlNflMi of aper-lal dta
palebea herein are alao rea>rved.
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TUESDAY. A PHI 1. 21, lie;:: !
THE CL 0. r. AMI RPARKOWB
It was expected that the gov-|
eminent eventually would turn
from trivial things to the import
ant issues before it. The admin
istration has just come out flat
footed against the sparrow. In
an unusually spirited bulletin the
Department of Agriculture ad
vises his anuihilatioh on all pos
sible occasions and characterizes
him as “cunning, filthy and de
structive.”
The sparrow was always a
nuisance, even while he remained
in the cities, but it appears that
urban life has become too unnat
ural for nim. lie is migrating to
rural regions where lie has
ampler opportunity to keep his
destructive program alive.
Whether a government ukase
will exterminate'Jiifri is doubtful.
He has weathered’all other blasts
and continues to ..multiply aston
ishingly. Pfobajam'n? will con
tinue to thrive and propagate.his
numerous kind on our farms long
after the present regime in Wash
ington is forgotten.
KEEP IT lIEKE
The “Shop at ffonrt*” slogan is
one that always slimrld he kept
in mind by the citizens of Anna
polis, and, what is better, to he
constantly translated into action.
The man who trades at home
keeps his money in circulation
here and runs chances of getting
it back some day in return for
service rendered. He who spends
his money in another city de
prives somebody in his home
town of employment, cuts down
the volume of business on which
the prosperity of the community
depends and depletes our supply
of ready money.
It is always well to remember
that every dollar spent away from
here makes Annapolis that much
poorer, while every dollar kept
working at home makes us that
much richer.
1 lie salaried man would think
it hard if his employer discharged
him and hired a man in anothei
city to do his work. So the
merchant has a right to feel in
jured when the shopper goes
elsewhere. If the city as a whole
prospers we all prosper; if it is
damaged in any way all of us arc
hurt. Help make Annapolis more
prosperous by shopping at home.
OUT (JOES THE #2 BILL
Superstitious gentlemen look I
askance at the two-dollar bill.
Possession of that denomination
*f currency is deemed unlucky j
and those who are superstitiouslvj
inclined are prone to tight shy of
that variety of money. The rec-i
ords fail to record, however, a
single instance where even the
most superstitious person ever
declined the two dollar bill w hen
no other denomination was of- j
fered. 111-luck could be escaped;
by the simple expedient of tear-'
ing the corner otT one of the bills.
Now the treasury Department!
steps in with an announcement
which promises good luck to the
public—-superstitious and non
superstitions alike. The depart- 1
ment is going to abolish the bill!
altogether. Secret service agents
have determined that the two-j
dollar bill is the tvpe most eas-l
ily raised by counterfeiters. The
loss to the public through coun
terfeit currency is a considerable
sum each year. With no regard
to the superstition, the govern
ment officials have decided that
this particular denomination
must be displaced. Which un
doubtedly will be considered by
many as an omen of good hick.
THE RIGHT THING
at the
RIGHT TIME
By MARY MARSHALL DDL FEE
EASTEK ETIQUETTE 1
Men art- polielied. through acta and *Deech. '
each wv each. j
A* pebble* are amoothed on the rolling
Leach.
TAJ HAT nre you coin* to do with 1
* y<ur time on Hauler day? It Is
ever Hie part ot women to remember J
t fie feast days. Men in their busy
11m s would long ago have forgotten
the custom* of the seasons If women
hail not reoulled them to their inlnds.
To begin with you must go to church,
liven If you have not been to church
since so long ago that you are ashamed
to say when, you must go on blaster
Sunday—saint and sinner, society
elect and society haters.
of course if you are a “church-goer"
you will go to your own parish church
for the morning service. That Is an
unwritten rule we all obey. In the
afternoon you will probably go to
some other church where the service
appeals to you. Nowadays in the big
cities one sees almost as large a
crowd at church In lhe uftemoon as
In the morning.
There Is some stranger In town
surely who needs your thought on
Master day. That little woman in the
apartment or house next yours, whom
you speak to, but have never called
on —run in to see her with an Easter
greeting and an Invitutiou to accom
pany jou to church. And don't for
get the sorrowing ones on this great
day. The note of sympathy, the short
call. Is never out of place, and remem
ber that unselfishness is part or the
spirit of the day. Just as nn exercise
of social endeavor, try to see bow
many people you ran make happy on
Easter day. Especially In big cities,
where most people spend too ninny
holidays in selfish solitude. Is this
spirit of social attention to he desired.
A little note like the following to
some acquaintance who Isn't quite fa
millnr with the ways of the city In
which you live Is nn attention which
won’t take much of your time nnd Is
sure to bring happiness:
“My Dear Miss Blank:
“This Is Just a sweet, small token
bringing with it my sincere wishes for
a glorious Eastertide. Have you de
cided where you are going to church?
There is such a delightful service at
St. Timothy's nt four o’clock. You
know that Is the little brown church
on Brown street, only a few minutes'
walk from your house. 1 am sure you
would appreciate the music and the
sfrvlce.”
The few flowers noconapnnylng this
note serve as an excuse for your sug
gestion.
(ig), 1923, by McClure N>wgpper Syndicate.)
Coughed Up Bullet.
An aged man of Newark, S. J.. de
prived some doctor of the chance of
operntlng for the removal of a bullet
from the roof of his mouth. He went
to Coney Island, swallowed some salt
wn fer and roughed up the bullet. Sev
eral weeks before, the old man had
tired four bullets into Ids head. Three
were removed by surgeons, but bis
nerve failed him when he was to have
llie bullet In his mouth extracted.
Her Witty Mate
Mrs. Listen, dear: “Forty-six
years ago there was only one tele
plume in the world. Today there are
fourteen million in the United States
Hone.” Mr.—Oh, for the good old
imes.
Precisely
Frail Counsel —Now, sir, supposing
I made a tierce rush at you and en
daevored to kock you down. How
would you describe iny action?
Burly Witness—l should say you
was barmy.—Bunch (Londou.)
If Grown People
j wno are rundown in vitality |
and out of sorts, would but I
realize the strength-restoring j
power of rich, nourishing
Scott’s Emulsion
| they would not dream of {
-A* doing without its j
j health-building bene- |
I tinf A lts * n w ’fa- G
J II % mines, Scott's lies j
1 helped thousands [,
achieve strength cf bo: 1 .:;.
Sy-ott it Uoirae. Hloornllekl. N J t-23 j
AN ORDINANCE
For the purpose of Axing and establish
ing a special tax to cover the cost of
making connection with sewer on
Munror Court.
Section 1. Bo it established nnl or
•laine.l by the Mayor. Counselor an*
Aldermen of tire City <*f Annapolis that
dew M-ctiou tie added to Article : of tin
I'itr ('ode of Annapolis, to folio r Section
*■( 9 -'dd Article, and to read “* follows
" Section 10. Ad owners of property
abutting on Mtmroe Court shall he as"
scssed the sum of twenty dollars, or at
much thereof as necessary, for the purpo
oT covering the coat of the outlet from tb
main sewer to a point near such abnttin}.
property, affording easier access to sai*
sewer, and all portions of this sewer Ih>.
yond the “Y” attached to main sewer an*
connect lag with abutting property shal
lie < onsidered the sewer of the owner o
such abutting property.
Section 2. And be It established and
ordained by the authority aforesaid that
this ordinance shall take effect from tli*
•late of passage.
Approved April Id. 1923
samckl jonks.
Attest; Mayor.
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE,
City Clerk.
tTTfc EVENING vAPi'* AL. MARYLAND, TUESDAY. APRIL 24. 1923.
YOUR^J
HwtoßMiiYcufl
U A MTY J Charsetri*iici
ud Tendencies the
<-* ■ nl ■ il Capabilities or Weak
| nesses That Make fer Success or
I Failure es Shown in Your Pel*
THE HAND OF AN ARTIST
MOTE carefully whether the lowest
I pnalanx or Joint of the linger of
' Apollo (the third or ring huger) is un
usually long. If so it denotes great j
; vanity on the part of the jKissessor. j
Other things being equal, this is a !
favorable sign in the hand of an artist,
since without great confidence in one
self not much can bo accomplished.
When the line of life and the line
of lhe head are widely separated at i
their beginnings, It ia a mark of on
Impulsive and egotistical disposition— !
not a bad thing In an artist, if not i
carried too far.
Finally, to read endeavor and
achievement in the hand of the person
of artistic tendencies, he or she should
have a mount of Venus ball of the
thumb that is strong and well-de
veloped. If this mount is strong, it
shows grace, beauty, melody in music,
dancing, a desire to please, tenderness,
politeness and kindred social virtues!
especially those which attract the op- ,
posite sex.
(4/ by the Wheeler Syndicate. Inc.)
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5000 homes
had to go without ARCOLA
because they waited till Fall
5,000 families in 1921 came
-*■ a real disappointment. There
weren't enough Arcolas to fill their
orders —and they shivered through
the winter with stoves or an old
fashioned heating plant.
Three times as many homes are
being built this year as in 1921.
And we can make only the same
number of Arcolas as in 1921 be
cause orders for larger Ideal Boilers
have already over-taxed our fac
tories.
!f * ■
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ARCOLA Heating Outfit
Installed ready to use with radiator
in each room
cSL S IBO to $ 550 Freight
FOR SMALL HOMES AND STORES
AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY
Ideal Boilers and Amerjcax Ra dia tors for every heating need
A Delicate Task
Dusky Farmhand (to confrere on i
tractor) —Sam. yo* sho’ has got de
easiest job I knows ot, Tidin' aroun’ j
on dat thing all day long! Sam—
Easy job! Me! Man -man. yo’ don’
know dis machine has forty horse
* power, does yo'? An’ furtheraio’ yo'
don' know when Use whapple’ dein ]
! forty horses dey is pullin' an pullin’— j
who yo’ tink holds dem forty horse*
back? —From Life.
Embarrassed
•'I was talking with a friend one 1
! day when she called my attention to j
I a bug on my coat. I was horrified.
' Wc had them at home! A friend told
!me of Uoval Guaranteed Bed Bug
1 Liquid which soon killed them all.
I heartily recommend Royal Guar
; anteed Bed Bug Liquid." 25c. Sold
; anil guaranteed by J. Newton Gilbert,
Ph. G.—(Ady.)
SULPHUR SOOTHES
UGLY. ITCHING SKIN
The First Application Makes
Skin Cool and Comfortable
___________
v
If you arc suffering from eczema or |
some other torturing, embarrassing ■
skin trouble you may quickly be rid of;
it by using Mentho-Sulphur, declares
j a noted skin specialist.
This sulphur preparation, because
jof its germ destroying properties,
i seldom fails to quickly subdue ltch
i ing, even of fiery eczema. The first
| application makes the skin cool and
i comfortable. Rash and blotches arc
j healed right up. Mentho-Sulphur is
i applied like any pleasant cold cream
obtain a small jar from any good
1 and Is perfectly harmless. You can
! obtain a small jar of Rowles Mentho-
Sulphur from any good druggist.—
(Adv.)
j EAGLE “MIKADO’ J No. 174 j
For Sato at your Dealet Made in fivo grades |
ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAWD I
FACIE MIKADO , | ~ , |
L EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
The popularity of Arcola is tre
mendous. It is the only satisfactory
heating plant for the small home.
Gives you a genuine American Ra
diator in every room. Perfect pro
tection for the children against
colds and grippe. So economical
that it pays for itself in the fuel it
saves.
Please help us to avoid disappoint
ing you next Fall. Ask your Heating
Contractor to give you an estimate
now.
*COLI IN THE HEAD’’
is an acute attack of Nasa! Catarrh
Those subject to fre ■ ic:u "colds” are
generally in a ”rna wn" condition
HALL’S CATAKHJ .-.EPICINE is a
treatment consisting o! an Ointment
to be used locally, aud a Tonic, which
acts quickly through the niood on the
Mucous Surfaces, buildiug up the Sys-|
tern, and making you less liable t< {
"colds."
Sold by druggists for over 40 years j
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. —Adv. i
♦♦ —■' ■
T’ve trouble about the public debt
; is that the private individual has to
pay it. —Washington Port.
■ '■■ ■■-!!__! L" '■ L'l 1 *■ —■■■—l mu im
Carlson & Carlson
16 GLOUCESTER ST.
CONTRACTORS
and BCILDERS
Agents for dolius>.Manville Asbestos, |
Cutimiilni ('hM-rfollv lilvn.
I*HONK 57
NOTICE!
On and after Monday, April 23rd, the
I City Clerk will lie prepared to lnue nil
. City Licenses. including Curt aud Wagon
I Licenses, Carriage 1 Accuses. l*ole Licenses.
Pool mid Hilliard ltooui. Slot Machines.
| Hucksters’, Theatre and Moving Picture*.
\ Howling, Fish Cart, Amusement Hails.
| etc., etc.
Clerk's office open from 0 a. tn. to 1 p.
tn.. and 2 to 3 p, in. City's fiscal year lie
j gins May Ist, and all licenses MI’ST Hl’,
i RENEWED prior to that date, or offender
| Is subject to flue.
KMMA ATU’.OTT GAGE.
1 a2O-tf. city Clerk.
FORSALE
‘Thvclling, Bay Ridge Road, lot
50x100, electric liglits, fruit trees. ■
SSOO cash, balance on time.
B. J. WIEGARD
Real Estate & Insurance
‘2l SCHOOL ST. n 26
frugal
■j 5 lbs S§hl /■
I 3 Granulated Granulated “W 1
I Arvrrlcnn Sufar II
ISBfi
For Sale
Dwelling on First St.. .$2,100.00
Dwelling on State St... 4,200.00
Dwelling on Green St.. 7,000.00
Bungalow, Little Aber
deen Creek 2,500.00
Dwelling, Murray Avc.. 7,300.00
Dwelling, Murray Avc.. 7,000.00
Dwelling, 51 Southgate
Ave. ‘ 8,500.00
t
Dwelling, 05 Conduit St. 6,000.00
Bungalow, West St 4,500.00
H U •
Bungalow, Severn
Avc. 2,400.00
Bungalow, Jpevem Ave.. 3,000.00
B. J.-WIEGARD
... Jteal Estate A Insurance
21 SCHOOL ST. a2
eTo. league
ROOFING
Spouting, Sheet Metal and Slat# Work
STOVES ANII FURNACES IN STAI.LKI)
AND REPAIRED
"Host 731- w.
Palmer Engine
BENJ. E. SARLES
AGENT
Phone 001-M Annapolis, Md. 1
W. B. & A. ELECTRIC
RAILROAD
Klll-riTV TERMINALS
H,! MT.iirly ferric. Mornlnir anil Errnhig
Between Annapolis, Baltimore an il
Washington nd Camp Monde.
(Washington aud Camp Monde
passengers change at Naval
Academy Junetloa.)
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
West Street Station
r,l °* x 5 50, 6.20, x 0.50. x 7.50, 8.20. 20
10.20, 11.20, A. M.. 12.20. 1.20, 2 20. 320
4-20, xi.SO. 5 20, 6.20, 7.00, 8.20, 10.20,
I 1 -‘O, I*. M.
Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutes
earlier; State House Station, P.laden
Street and College Avenue, seven (7t
minutes earlier
Connecting at Odentou with I>. It. K.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Bladen Street Station
6.20 A. M. and half-liourly thereafter at 20
and 50 minutes after each hour until
6.00 I*. M„ then at 7.50, 8.50, 9.50, 10.50.
and 11.50 P. M.
5.20 and 5.50 A. M. trains daily except
Sunday.
LEAVE BALTIMORE—W.. B. £ A.
7 ; t5, 8.35, 9.35, 10.35, 11.35, A. M..
12.35, 1.35, 2.35. 3.35, X 4.05. 4.35. x 5 05
■T3S, C. 35, 7.35. 9.35. 11.35, T. M„ 12.35
All trains reeelTe or discharge passengers
at local points l>etween Annapolis and
Naval Academy Junction and at Ship
ley and Llntlilcum on signal.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Howard and Lombard Sts.
5.15 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 15
and 45 minutes after eauh hour until
6.15 P. M., then at 7.15, 8.15, 9.15, 10.15
11.15, P. M.. and 12.15. A. M.
5.15 and 5.45 A. M. trains dally except
Sunday.
LEAVE WASHINGTON
5.00, 6.45, 8.00, 9.00. 10 00. 11.00, A. M., 12.00,
1.00, 2.00, 3.00, x 3.30. 4.00, X 4.30, 5.00.
6.00. 7,00. 9.00, 11.00. P. M., 12.10 A. M.
x —Daily except Sunday.
For tickets and Information apply at onr
city ticket offices: West Street Station.
Carrel Hall, Short Line Station, Bladen ,
Street.
OLASSIFIEIaV] ■
lost u||
l.ovr Midshlpui. : ~ l'l
college campus. i;,. vv tr<l flfl
Bryce Ward, .-are \ \, ■
College. „ H
for Rpvr 0
ms Km ~~~~ 7~:
modem convenient** . * ‘
Main sirret. I'n l.ij.
for KENT—Store at \ V , S
ply Oscar Shacks. .7 \y, A' A i Hfl
FOR KENT Apartment* „ §1
Violences. Apply Oscar s |H
Street. • ’*'* > c
FOR SALE j
FOR SALE 1 T.j "V”;
carriage in cx*ellent c.n.Pt HI
Apply 336 West street. ■
FOR SALE W ill "\ an f., . . ]
sewing machine in porfc- t
everything complete. ( HI
¥25. Apply i*l Northwest si,-. , . ■
FOR SALE—HaI.y “earring.
new Apply 25 Randall sir... H
FDR SALK Seven-pascngc~., * j
Standard *\S”; excellent c.n.’u A,’
a little oxer 7>.NNt miles. Pan:,, 'i , *'
FOR S A LK—llicy dc 7~ M,, t, li v k, ■ -Vl
i sed for less than son mi , * \\.
cyclometer. Phone lm to u:ak. .
incut for Inspection.
FOR NAI.E - One seven• passeu , , mm
ler Sedan; newly painted it,d
hauled. For sale cheap. Apply g, ,
•trect. - Phone No. 201. S
FOK SALE— Drophrnd Doru-stn 9
Dins': rest fss price $ 1 5. r v , V'l.', 1 "
hr.t Standard, $lO. and a V. ~ ;7 „ , ,
Wilson No. h, for sl2. Applx 1 \ ...
West street.
fob SALK— 1923 Oakland Spot- H
Apply US Brewer avenue. H
S'ttl! SALK—One modern hungil.n, tu , ■ j
rooms and bath; running xxaicr |„ nr|l ., H
heat and electric lights. Right' at
lelgti llcights Stat oil. Ap|.! \ < ,ux* ~
FUrber, IIHkIiH.
HELP WANTED j
HELP WANTED —Ladles. II a,,,." I \
earn sls week, mailing music , p,
your city and vicinity; send in,
mlisle copy and details. .loacpl, H
nail. 447 East 17lh street. New V,,,l BB
WANTED
WANTED—Young man to work on |.,.ni I I
try furm. Apply Uosedale I’oultrv H
Farm. Phone 492-W. H
WANTED —Competent woman for general fl >
housework. luitulre UKt Burusiilc avc H
1 line. East port. a .it H
\\ ANTKI) —-Work by tlu* bainulrjr. I j
' PleiUiing, or plain cookixiK. Apply i r N i ■
i i roll Btroot. n'.v, H|
DIED I
BOSTON—On Monday. April 2’t. at Ids laic I
residence. 14 Clay street. THOMAS ltis H
TON, beloved husband of Georgennn.i H
Boston. I
Funeral Wednesday at 3 o'clock from H
Asbury M. R. Church, h
Notice of Registration for I
the City Election
Notice is hereby given that the Registration H
for the City Election will be bold on 9
MONDAY, MAY 21, I#2S
Offices of Registration oticn from y a m ■
to 9 p. in., at the following places: B
INRST WARD—Polling Ifouxe. Ka*: ■
Street, next to Water Witcli Hook and l.a*i H
ler h*ad(|iinrtcrs. fl
SECOND WARD—Polling House, Fir*! ■
ilcxir Municipal Building. fl
THIRD WARD!)— Polling House, S-ou Bf
•Street. fl
FOURTH WARD- Polling House. Gaivcr: ■
Street, near Star Theatre. fl
Tiiis Registration is held for all those who fl
are (pialilied to vote at the coining City K> H
ion to he laid in July. fl
DATE OF REVISION, MONDAY, JUNK If
1, 1923. fl
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE. fl
a2l-td. City Clerk ■
PUBLIC SALE
—OF— 1
Stock Of Groceries, Canned I
Goods, and Fixtures Of Clar- I
ence M. Jones.
In pursuance of the authority and dire* ffl
tlon of an order of the Circuit Court f ,,r j
Anne Arundel County, In Equity, pass’d ®
on the 21st day of April. 192:;. hi a cans** 1
entitled "John del’. Douw vs. Clarence M B
Jones.” the undersigned Receiver will <* •' i
for sale by public auction on the premise* B
at 108 West street, on 8
Thursday, May 10, 1923,
At 11 o’clock A. M. I
all of the stock of groceries, canned
delicatessen products, and fixtures
Clarence M. Jones, as set forth in *>'* i"
ventory thereof on flic with the end** l
signed Receiver and which may he hie
upon application to him.
The inventory above mentioned in*
One Howe lee box, 1 eight-foot *
refrigerator show case. 1 six-foot ceuute
refrigerator show case, 1 U. S. slicing
•hine. 1 Standard computing scale. 1 r * '
platters, 1 meat saw, 3 butcher knives,
complete variety of groceries, i'* •'clink'
canue<l tomatoes, corn, beans, piucaid'' 1
etc., sweet pickles, sour pickles <
chow, olives, and other ilelleatcss<’n
groceries.
TERMK OF SALE:—AII cash at tin* '*'
sale. G<*ds to be removed within twen >
four hours after sale.
BENJAMIN MICHAE LSON •
Reeclxcr.
WM. H. MOSS.
AuctbKieer.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Receivership “
nureaiv M. Jones.
No. 4759 Equity. ( .
In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel
In pursuam-e of an order f the *
Court for Anne Aruudel County, in
dated April 21. lirSl. aud passed in a■ *
entitles) “John del*. Douw vs. • larenc* •_
Jones,” notice is hereby given t<> ereo . •>
of the said Clarence M. Jones to ■I- ‘
claims, with the vouchers thereof. wl ‘u
Clerk of said Court on or before the _
day of May. 1923. .
BENJAMIN MICHAEI.SON
Reseirer.
—The Senate has contained gr wt
men, but no doubt their contemp I '*
1 aries called them fools and asses.

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