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fcuptttiuj Capital
idß4 1923 I
AH* APOL 18. MU.
published Daily Except Sunday by
rillC CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY
THE RVRNINO CAPITAL
la on aale at the following places:
George W. Jonea .32 West Street |
William Bcbultse ...W
George J. Darla 74 Maryland Ava
Cbas. O. Peldmeyer 06 Maryland Are.
BivsMrd Confectionary” King <****•
William Baker West A Latbedral Sta
W. B. A A. NewaUud. Short Line Terminal
II Millar .234 Weat Street
N. Mendrla. Third A Serena Are, Baatport
Dr. Cbarlea B. Henkel...36 Maryland Are
■Arttn'e Maalcal Store. 2M Weat Street
Samaras .Main A Coudnlt Sta
Dell re red In Annapolla. Kastnort, Ger
uaotown and Weat Annapolla by earner
for 4ft eeota per month.
Ton can bare the EVENING CAPITAL
mailed to you when away from the city
tty leavlug your name and addreaa at the
jfcoe, for 4B ceuta per month; ftft.OU per
year, payable In advance, to any postofflet
In the United Sthtea or Canade
Entered at Annapolla Poe to (flee aa
Becoud-Claaa Matter.
member ef The Aaeeetoted Preee
The Aaaoctated Preaa la exdo
alrely entitled to the uae for re
publication of all newa credited to
It or not otherwise credited In
tbta paper and also the local newa
published herein. All rtgbta of
re • publication of apodal dis
patches herein are alio reserved.
WEDNESDAY. MAY 9, 1923.
BIYING AT HOME
The subject of the local mer
chant and the duty the citizens
owe in patronizing the local
shops is one that always should
command serious attention.
First of all the local merchant
is a citizen, a resident of the com
munity ; he pays taxes along with
you for the upkeep and improve
ment of the community; he
raises his family and sends his
children to school schools
which he helps, with you, to
maintain. If he is a butcher, he
buys clothes and shoes from a
fellow-merchant, but no matter
what his line of business, he
spends money with other busi
ness men of the community. He
banks in local banks; he takes
his family of evenings to local
shows. Summed up, the money
he makes in the community is
spent in it.
W ere it not for your local mer
chant there would be less prog
ress and prosperity in the com
munity. lie is here day in and
day out, rain or shine, giving his
time and energy and money to
whatever will benefit the city and
county, taking part in the ad
ministrations of the community
or aiding to regulate the admin
istration for the community’s
best interests by his vote. Is he
not. then, entitled to considera
tion?
But there is something more
than a call for loyalty to him as
citizen to citizen, as neighbor to
neighbor. Living here as he
does, the local merchant comes
to know- his customers. They
are not to him “just customers,”
but “fellow citizens.” As he will
be here tomorrow and the next
day and next year, meeting his
customers face to face, day after
day, his business gets his per
sonal attention every transac
tion is a personal dealing be
tween him and the patron. He
is in himself a guarantee of his
goods and prices and service be
cause he is always at the same
stand meeting largely the same
customers.
The local merchant cannot ex
ist upon the patronage of tran
sients—his livelihood conies from
permanent residents; his aim is
to make permanent residents
regular customers. He must do
this—hence his wares, his prices
and his service are all and always
arranged and held to this end.*
You never heard your live
wire, wide-awake home merch
ant say, ‘‘Oh, well, one customer
more or less makes no differ
ence." Every customer, to him.'
is important; a new' customer is
eagerly sought, and a customer
less—well, your local merchant
will not let it happen if anything
just and reasonable under the
sun will prevent such a thing oc
curring.
So not alone out of a sense of
loyalty to the community, but
for your own sake—for the sake
of your purse and the satisfac
tion of being given personal at
tention—buy of our home merch
ant.
Spongw Jail) Roll
Boat three eggs until light, gradu
ally beat in one cupful of granulated
sugar, the grated rind of one lemon, i
and one cupful of sifted pastry flour,
sifted again with one level teaspoon
ful of baking powder. Bake in a shal
low biscuit pan for about fifteen min
utes. Turn upon a cloth at once, ori
upon waxed paper, trim off the four t
edges, spread with a glassful of Jelly j
beaten smooth, and roll at once. Roll j
in the paper or cloth and set aside, j
—Washington Star.
FINIS
When life has bad enough of me
And I am done with breith
From sliest skies and bending tea,
I shall not dream of death.
I think if Autumn leaves can blow
Into an open aky.
And have a dance or two to show
Before they curl and dry,
I who have known the blue-blrd’a
cry.
And tree-top song, I shall not die.
—A. E. Hontman. in “Last
Poems’’
14
I I apply freely up nostrils.
V9BJSJI
Over 17 Million Jan Used Ytarlg
PIMPLY7WELL DOW7BE
People Notice It. Drive Them
Off with Dr. Edwards’
Olive Tablets
A pimply face will not embarrass you
muen longer if you get a package of
Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets. The skin
should begin to clear after you have
taken the tablets a few nights.
Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver
with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the
successful substitute for calomel; there’s
no sickness or pain after taking them.
Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets do that
which calomel does, and just as effec
tively, but their action is gentle and
safe mstead of severe and irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets is
ever cursed with a "dark brown taste, ”
a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good”
feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad
disposition or pimply face.
Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable
compound mixed with olive oil; you
will know them by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years among pa
tients afflicted with liver and bowel
complaints and Olive Tablets are the
immensely effective result. Take one or
two nightly for a week. See how much
better you feel and look. 15c and 30c.

$45 ENROLLS YOU
You Can Now Buy and Pay
for a Ford Car Out of Your
Weekly Earnings on the
A
Thousands of Families are taking advantage of this new
way of buying a Ford and will soon be driving their own
cars, enjoying all the benefits and advantages of motor
transportation.
The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly simple.
You can enroll with an initial payment as low as $5.00.
Each week you add to your first payment— as much or
asrlittle as you feel you can afford. This money is placed
in tho bank and draws interest. In a short time your de
posits, plus the interest paid by the bank, will *be suffi
cient to obtain delivery of the car.
Start Today and before you realize it you will be driving
your own Ford Car.
* % *
Ford Motor Company
Detroit, Michigan
Come In and Let Us Give You Full Particulars
COLONIAL MOTOR COMPANY
240-8 WEST STREET
Depository for
Ford Weekly Purchase Plan Payments
Annapolis Banking & Trust Co.
Corner Main Street and Church Circle
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THE CVENiAO CAfrlTAii, t .rtNAtULst>, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY. MAY 9, 1923.
The minority often proves to be 1
the majority, because it titme out and
votes.—New York Evening Mail.
W. B. & A ELECTRIC
RAILROAD I
MID-CITY TERMINALS
Half-Hourly Service Morning end Evening
Between annapolla. Baltimore and
Washington end Camp Meade.
(Washington and Camp Meade
passengers change at Naval
Academy Junction.)
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
Wees Street Btatlea
610. £AO, 8.30, xB.BO, *7.60, 8.30, 9.30.
10N), 11.20. A. M„ 12.20, 1.20, 2.20, 3.30, 1
*f* 620. ejuTt-00. A2O. 10. JO
Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutaa <
earlier; State Bourn Station. Bladen ,
Street and College Avenue, eeven (7)
minutes earlier
Connecting at Odenton with P. R. R.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Bladen Street Station
6.20 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 20
and 00 minutes after each hour until
; 8.00 P. M.. then at 7.00. Rso. 0.00, 10.50
and ILSO P. M.
6.20 and 5.50 A. M. trains dally except
Sunday.
LEAVE BALTIMORE—W-, B. * A.
0.35, 788, BJ6. 9.35. 10.38, 1L35, A. M..
• 12.35, L 35, 2.38, 138. xt.o6, 4.35. x 506,
8.35, 8.38, 7.35, 9.35, 11.35, P. M„ 1235
A. M.
All tralna receive or discharge pasaengers
at local points between Annapolla and
Naval Academy Junction and at Ship
ley and Llnthlcum on signal.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Haward and Lombard Sta.
5.15 A. M. and half-honrly thereafter at 15
and 45 minutes after each hour until
8.15 P. M., then at 7.18, 8.15. 9.15, 10.15.
11.15, P. M.. and 1218, A. M.
6.15 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, 9MB, 11.00, P. M.. 12.10 A. M..
x—Dally except Sunday.
, For tickets and Information apply at our
city ticket offices: Weat Street Station,
Carvel Hall, Short Line Station, Bladen
Street
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING -
hi.outing. Sheet Metal and Slate Work.
HTOVKH AND FURNACES INSTALLED
AND REPAIRED
eUDHK 7LW
Victory Bonds
Due May 20th
Thla Association Is receiving these
bonds as cash If deposited in oar
Savings Department. Do not delay, 1
but bring them in at once. Six per
cent interest paid in our Savings
Department
Boy’s Week and
YOUR BOY
Celebrate Boys' Week by opening a
Savings Account for your Boy. Teach
him to save and you have given him
the first essential of success. SI.OO
or more starts an account
For full particulars, apply to
B. J. WIEGARD,
Secy.-Treat.
THE
Capital City Building
& Loan Association
21 SCHOOL ST. PHONE 469-J.
AN ORDINANCE
Fur Urn purpose of fixing sad establish-
Inc a special tax to cover tho cost of
maids* connection with sswor on
Muaroo Court.
Section 1. Be It established and or
dained by the Mayor, Counselor and
Aldermen of the City of Annapolis that a
new section be added to Article 38 of the
City Code of Aunapolls, to follow Section
9 of said Article, and to read as follows:
“Section 10. Ail owners of property
abutting on Mnnroe Court shall be as
sensed the sum of twenty dollars, or as
much thereof as necessary, for the purpose
of covering tho cost of the outlet from tin
main sewer to a point near such abutting
property, affording easier access to said
sewer.” and'all portions of this sewer be
yond the “Y" attached to main sewer and
connecting with abutting property shu’
be considered the sewer of the owner of
such abutting property.
Section 2. And be it established and
ordained by the authority aforesaid that
this ordinance shall take effect from the
date of passage.
Approved April 16, 1923.
BAMUGL JONES,
Attest: Mayor.
EMMA ABBOTT GAQE,
City Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Incorporated CHy oT Annapolis,
Maryland, will receive blda until 12
o'clock, noon. May 18. 1925. at Aunapolls.
Maryland, for the construction of sewers
as follows: About 773 ft. of 8-Inch, with
suitable appurtenances, all In accordance
with plans and specifications prepared by
C. E. Miller. Engineer. Annapolis, and now
on file with the City Clerk. All blda
must be accompanied with certified checks,
approximately in the amount of 5 per cent
of the bid. made payable without recourse
to the City of Annapolis, Md. The City
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids, to waive defects, and to accept any
bid. All bids must be In sealed envel
opes. marked on the outside “Sewerage
Bids." and addressed to Mrs. Emma Gage.
City Clerk. m-9-17
WILLIAM H. MOSB - - - Auctioneer.
PUBLIC SALE
-OP
VALUABLE BUILDING
LOTS
Situate On Jefferson St„ Aunapolls. Md.
Under and by vtrture of a power of sale
contained In a mortgage from Fred
Schoen. dated the 19th day of August.
1919. recorded among the Land Records
of Anne Arundel county tngbher W. X. W.
No. 15, foyo 222, I will offer at public
sale at the Court House Door, Annapolis.
Md.. on
Tuseday, May 29, 1923,
AT 11 O’CLOCK A. M..
the following property:
All those four lots of ground situate on
the northeast side of Jefferson street. An
napolis. Maryland, with s frontage there
on of 175 feet and an Irregular depth,
designated aa Nos. 18. 19. 20 and 21 on
the plat of the “Kipper Estate" made by
E. Lacy Chinn. Surveyor, and filed In Plat
Book No. 1. Section folio of Anne
Arundel county. Being the same lots of
ground conveyed to the said Fred School
by Fredericks W. Kipper, Surviving Ex
ecutor and Trustee, by deed dated the 14th
day of August, 1919, recorded among the
aforesaid Land Records in Liber \V. N.
W. No. folio
TERMS OF SALE: Cash on ratification
of the sale by the Court. A deposit of
$200.00 will be required of the purchase
or purchasers on the day of sale, balance
to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent,
per annum. Taxes to be adjusted to the
date of sale.
For further particulars, apply to.
WINSON G. GOTT,
Attorney Named In Mortgage,
tn-9.13,18.22,25.26-28. Annapolis. Md.
Square Deal Garage
all work GUARANTEED t
O. A (Irish) Molden. Prop.
GENBRAL REPAIRS, STORAGE
AND WELDING
CornhlU and Fleet Sts.. Annapolis, Md.
Telephone 785. m!9
PUBLIC SALE
—OF—
Stock Of Groceries, Canned
Goods, and Fixtures Of Clar
ence M. Jones.
Id pursuance of the authority and direc
tion of an order of the Circuit Court for
Anne Arundel County. In Kqnlty. passed
on the 21st day of April, 1923. In a cause
entitled “John deP. Douw vs. Clsrence M.
Jones." the undersigned Receiver will offer
for sale by public auction on the premises
at 106 West street, on
Thursday, May 10, 1023,
At 11 o'clock A. M .
all of tbe stock of groceries. canned goods,
delicatessen products, and fixtures of
Clarence M. Jones, as set forth in an In
ventory thereof on file with the under
signed Receiver and whlc!i„may be had
npon application to him.
The Inventory above mentioned Includes:
One Howe ice box, 1 eight-foot counter
refrigerator show case. 1 six-foot counter
refrigerator show case, 1 U. S. slicing rna
chine, 1 Standard computing scale. 4 meat
platters, 1 meat saw. 3 butcher knives, a
complete variety of groceries. Including
canned tomatoes, corn, beans, pineapple,
etc., sweet pickles, sour pickles, chow
chow, olives, and other delicatessen and
groceries.
TERMS OF SALE:—AII cssh at time of
sale. Goods to be removed within twenty
four hours after sale.
BENJAMIN MICHAELSON.
Receiver.
WM. H. MOSS.
Auctioneer.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Receivership of
Clarence M. Jones.
No. 4759 Equity.
In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel Co.
I
In pursuance of an order of the Circuit
• Court for Anne Arundel County. In Equity,
dated April 21, 1923, and passed In a cause
• entitled “John deP. Douw vs. Clarence M.
’ Jones,” notice Is hereby given to creditors
of the said Clarence M. Jones to file their
( claims, with the vouchers thereof, with the
Clerk of said Court on or before the 28th
‘ day of May. 1923.
BENJAMIN MICHABLSON,
Receiver
PROPOSALS
Bids will be received by the City Clerk
until 12 o'clock noon. Saturday, May 12th.
for 120 lineal feet of concrete curb aud
gutter, more or less, iu place, complete, on
Southgate avenue. For further informa
tion and specifications, apply to
W. H. VANSANT,
City Commissioner.
• 1 The right is reserved to reject any and
> all bids. mil
for rkm
FOR RENT Sin.v.; '•
or unfurnishe’ M.hWv
Hanover St. #t ' >•
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Address 1 1*' ! ' v i i ~
FOR RENT June to Septcir*-.
ed apartment Goodie,,,
dreu. Phone 004-w. N ’
for ,; v . ; 'Knn
bouse. 5 rooms Ui< u ’ o
K,
Fk -1„
room apartment; -.l* Mm
ply 03 West St. * 1 - -igp
FOR RENT—Modern <* . I
apartment. From j U | v *
George street. *
r. m
light housekeeping I'houe 7si > BIR
ply 87 College Are. min^^E
?£*' Cl f c,e * 'be*plred lease
1 nimedlate possession ,
Ideut. R. Yates. Dept of H ntldl ,
Grounds, U. 8. Nsv.i Acsdcu!,. “***,*l
FOR RENT Furnished ~ Um,.. V J
homa Terrace, from Jmic 7 \ f ', Bar
seen by appointmeut. U j
u-
FOR RENT—Reasonable, thr.v ■ < vTTTB
,rooms for light h„u^' fn ßrt
desirable location. Apply b,
tal office.
FOR RENT—Furnished i.prt„ ,J,' ~ lr
June Ist. Phone 860-H
FOR RENT—Completely furia,
eru apartment. Apply “an I rh,., OeorgHfe
r6vt
FOR SALE Bui
FOR SALE—Canoe. Call 581’
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FOB HALE—One “Old-Town fawTyH
cellent condition. Telephone tw# m
FOR HALE —Acre ground with
house and lot of fruit tree* M<p'S i
Mrs J. McCarter, Annapolis PostoUW^E
mlu
I—Him . _
WANTED
WANTED—A cook. Apply at ll Suteß
Cr cl g m il B
WANTED- Young man to work
room. Apply Premier Bakery Lunch Bl
2*9 Weat street, after sp. m. m n B 1
WANTED—CLERKS - Clerk.
Mall. 18 upward. Examination May ;•; H
$133 mo. Experience unnecessary Parß
free particulars, write It Ti-rrt ’iforwrrß
Civil Service examluer. 242 H.trrlsterß
Bldg., Washington. D. C. m i; 1.
WANTED—A dairyman. Apply P. B I
Cooper, Wardour, Annapolis Phoasß
869. mTO I
WANTED—To rent, for four months, fur I
nlshed or unfurnished house on \V . B ■
A A. Address "M. K 11 " Capital offlre ■
mV ■
WANTED—Representation In this dlstrht ■
for six nationally known and advertised ■
automotive products Write for our at I
tractive proposition. Turner Mfg Co.H
Kokomo, Ind. uil2 I
FOR SALE Olt KENT
FOR SALE DR REST■-Severn# Park I
modern 7-room cottage on State rosd; ■
near station and Severn river Price I
$7,200. Rent SSO month. 11. C. Bourke, ■
Brooklyn, Md., or Booue, M1 mlu ■
DIEU
■WWPWW I
COLE —On Mav 8, at Emergency Hospital, I
EDWARD B. COLE aged 60 years, be I
loved husband of Agnes R Cole. Pu I
neral tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon. 2 I
o'clock, from College Avenue Baptist ■
Church. Interment. Cedar Bluff Ceme- I
tery. m-9
Notice of Registration for I
the City Election
Noties is hereby given that the Registrstioti I
for the City Election will be held on
MONDAY, MAY 21, IWB
Offices of Registration open from Sam
to 9 p. m., at the following place*:
FIRST WARD—Polling Heuw. East
Street, next to Water Witch Hook and Lad
der headquarters.
SECOND WARD—Polling House. First
floor Municipal Building
THIRD WARDD—Polling House, Second
Street.
FOURTH WARD—Polling
Street, near Star Theatre.
This Registration la held for aiioae who
are qualified to vote at the comlndtr
tion to be held in July.
DATE OF REVISION, MOND JCNHH
4, 1923. aXI
EMMA ABBOTT
s2ltd
Carlton & Carlton I
Iss GLOUCESTER ST
CONTRACTORS
tnl BUILDERS
Agents for JohDa-Msavflle A bhesti^H
Estimate# CheerfuUy (Hvet
PHORR $7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice la hereby given that the wb-B
sertber, of Anne Arundel county, fcai vb-H
tained from the Orpbana’ Court of A“*B
Arundel county, in Maryland.
Testamentary on the personal eetitc 4B
CHARLES H. PETERS,
°f Anne Arnndel county, d-“ etMwß
All persona having claims against tb
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit tk I
* a ™ e - the vouchers thereof, to the I
subscriber on or before tbe
Mth DAT OF NOTKMBRR, IRS. §
They may otherwise, by law, be e W %
from all benefit of said estate A
sons indebted to said estate are req,,,.
to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this Bth
May, 1923.
MATILDA THO-VIA *
m-9-td. Ex- uB
NOTICE! It
On and after Monday, April KrW
Oty Clerk will be prepared to (•!>■
City Licenses, Including Cart and
Licenses, Carriage Licenses, Pole U'VMk
Pool and Billiard Room. Slot MsrhlaflA
Hucksters’, Theatre and Moving Plctwaa/N
Bowling, Flab Cart, Amnaement Halls,
etc., etc.
Clerk's office open from 9 . m. w 1 p.
m„ and 2to3p. ns City’s fiscal ye*f g®*
gins May Ist, and nil licenses Ml'S* BE
RENEWED prior to that date, or offender
la subject to fine.
EMMA ABBOTT
aao-tf. _ City Clerk.
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