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rum - wsfiflA \l7it I/ - \ Jft I . I I 7 “ J r jftr $5 1 \ I 1 11. U ▼ ▼ 111 - VOL. 78 NO 16 A GREAT DAY AND A GOOD time; The Fourth of Ju'; \ ..- a lie ! ; in this county. 1 Likton the people of the community had made elabor ate preparations to show their ap preciation of the sere of the sol diers and sailor- .nu ■ . - who had served their count ’; the tlu ut War. The town wa.- d. ..raleii f: "in end to end. hard!; -• o' (pul.l.- or private) being . At sev eral point - we at h ■ - spanned the streets. The Court House and Armory were not only elaborately, but most artistically, decorated, and those doing thi- work deserve e-pe ial commendation. In the early in ;• g tip soldiers assembled in the Armorj, under the direction of Lieut. C,T. Mitchell, ami arranged for their participation the parade. Led b\ tile band from the U. S. Nava! Academy at A nai r>!is, they marched the vto thi , ner of Main and Bridge streets, where the general parade uaa started. Ii - spite the intense heat 'be parade marched along many > f the street- of the town, to the delight of the gteat throng which had assembled to wit ness it. Our returned soldiers and sailors, a number of nurses, quite a few Grand Army \ ■t • i.. ■ - and Span ish War Veterans, th Kne < otupany. civic organizations, ffoat-. horsemen, etc., served to male up a very exten sive and picturesque line of marchers. Music wa- liter ea. :,1 • j li ■■ line, hy the Isi.' ~ A u.demy Hard. t.".e Harlan .V lloding-v. ..i th Band, lie Klkton and I’l in.up: i iTn na.'i Bai.ds. and a colored .. d from Whining to The para.' di■ it ao I2:o0, whei the tl marched into thi \ • and seated themselves at 1 t.g ta dcs. > Caterer Taylor. <•• Balt ■ ■e. 1: i dinner ready lot the imm. ii .' attention. Thi ring tin '• mory and dintn t e- pro ceeded to make themselves as . ..m --fortahle a- pc.--, ■ . their hot i d : r\ ing m ling theii coats and other -upeilluou- attire A number of eiectri ■ fan- had iieen in stalled in the Armory which contri buted immensely to their comfort at dinner. On the outside the ladies of the Red Cross had tub- of delicious iced lemonade at the men's disposal, and . Newton & Mitchell had provided sev eral barrels of ice water, which brought joy to hundreds of people Despite the great crowd in town, the streets were so well officered and everybody was so amiable that n • accident of any kind happened throughout the day After dinner and at : ;20 a great crowd attended the ball game at the hah park, the service met; being ad mitted without charge as the peoples' guests. In the early evening the ladies of the community hid pi idcui , lation in great abunda: . which wa served immediately prior to the even ing’s receptiu: ;■ . i ;.r c it ;’r..• Armory. This function w., in, day’,- ■ - ing event, and being 1 pen to the p . ■ lie a very large gathering crowd d the Armory I ■ -a - evi i ; .. closing with dal..-a g, \ ... Gaul's • ':- chesti'a, from Baltimore, furnish! g the music. Meanwhih the • • loi ed met of th service had i.een provided dinner in Provid* u ila.i. sei' .-d a' v ( , ■. ■ Taj W Band in all t tb. v - r.:i g \ - spent l.y the men :.■ ,i th rfr ier .! in a very cnj.iya le manner at the ; in., place. Altogether, th. dr.;, we: t of’ ■! - lightfully. Tin people had mad 1 strenuous hut happy effort - to -hi .-. , their regard for the boy., and such a kindly feeling hurt, over everythin.! that was done or said throughout the day. that we have heard of no -ingle deed or word to mar the memory of the great day when we gave publi “welcmoe home" to the met; and wo men of the service. BASEBALL. DEL-MAR LEAGCE. At the Elkton Ball Bark last Fri day afternoon, the home team met the Pennsylvania R. R. team. These two teams are the leaders in the Del- Mar League and the stage was -el for a fight to a finish. The weather was ideal, as hot as—well as hot as it could he. The crowd was a very large one. The players were on their toes A ffooii game l'i>l!<>%vi-<i. At tin- end ■•f the ninth inning the score was tied at to Then the visitor- quit, on the plea that they wanted to make sure of -itching their train, which, hy the \ ay. didn't cme until about half an h'.ar later. Hut nothing could per ade them to go another inning and the umpire had to award the game to i ki , Score: Kit t 0... R. H O. A. L I: ! 'unbar. -- 0 1 I 1 II Petersm.. ef o n u 1 o Butt-, 1 u !i ! II .. Dunbar, n 11 :: 1 Jaeksot . : 1 2 1 ! (I Marseh. If 1 0 2 0 0 She eker. J’.> 10 1 10 1 0 Tasker, rf n 1 0 1 0 i rowe. p 0 1 0 4 0 T dais •’! 7 27 19 1 :■ R R K H, t) A. K. Thompson. 1 ! 0 dll 0 0 Nahlor. j o 1 0 Va' ■ on. s.- (I o 4 0 Mi<iik*ton. '-h 0 u 2 •> 0 '*’*evens. ct‘ I 2 0 0 lUiylo, rr* o 0 0 0 n Riley, If 0 0 2 0 0 Tiers. >n. e 1 n 1 II i otTe;. p ’ I T 4 0 Totals r n 27 1 o 0 S -ore hy innings: Klkton 1 o p p p p p () P. R. R P 0 0 0 11 0 1 0 This Saturday afternoon the New Castle team will meet the home team at Klkton Ball Park for the opening game of the second half of the Del- Mar League schedule tut iu ii !,!■: u;i k. li thi Church I. -ague the lirst half : •he season ■ sed with Rising Sun tie winner Today . Saturday I starts the second i aif of this League's season, with Elk ton at 'h< sap. . i ity. Elk Mills at Risi g Si. iml Nnh East at Perry- LOCAL JOTTINGS M- ■ AI lugh. of ! n del ii . cm mty. has i eei; appoii ted Home Economic Agent for ( e.i; e.nn.ty, succeeding Miss Day, resigned. Mr. and Mrs. K, t Kurtz, of da. ■ retlsville, annoui e the marriage >n Sit u .lay of then . i mi.:.-:. \ t ginia, to Frederick W. Fuller, agricultural agent for Carroll county. Children's Day services will he held ■ Hart’s M. K.Vhureh, Elk Neck, on Sunday morning next at 10:20. All are welcome. The regular monthly meeting of Community Social will he held at the h one ■ f Mr. K. H Biddle, near St. Augustine, on Thursday evening, duly IT. AH members are earnestly re quested to attend this meeting, as we wish to make arrangements for our pi 'iii.'. Florence B. Conner, secretary. Raymond Hague, a young man of w f h nds was i. a ■•'■uCe on the North Last river, sustained a compound fracture of th c'g Sunday afternoon hy getting the e ember caught between the launch tin l W Shore, in : i Xe k. where they put in to avoid th. l He is now at I nioiv Hos pital. Elki'>'. Town Cyancil has fixed the town tax .'ate for li* 1 *.i at (ill cents on tl ■ sum A discount of •' per cent. ;,li.,we.i dtP'b.g duly and per ■ i i during August, So; nay i.ight ! "'■■ entered the P., B. & W R. R. station : ■ Newark, in ... by crawling through a window in the waiting room, and forcing the lock . f tin -aft secured about SHU) in inon y. The n. ■ m■ ■. *l' s of Dug ITU Chapel will ho'..) a festival on the Chapel ground this Saturday evening. Ice cream, ekes and heme-made candi"- fur sale. Ki el yhody welcome. As Theodore Boyer wa- hauling to hacco to (juarryviiio on Thursday his horse frightened and ran ..If, upset ting the wagon, dumping the tobacco and drive!' in the road. The wagon was much dan.aged, hut Mr. Boyer es aped injury. A lai gt draped canvas ■ n Ihe < ’ourt House yard bears the following list of “Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice":-—Ellis Mahan, Eugene R. Hevolow, George E, Clark. B, A. Pat terson, Karl C Kelley. Benj. Har greaves, John Hager. William Sheer, C Harold Cole, Thomas Cooper, Mai ne! Dennis, M. W. Scarborough. Ar thur Todd. William Bowie (colored). Scott Silver, of Havre de Grace, will < .induct the tomato cannery at Not tingham this year. Murray Stephen son will have charge of Mr. Silver’s plant at Colora The laying of the concrete road be tween Elkton and North Blast is in progress. When this is completed ELKTON. MARYLAND. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1919 there will be a permanent road be tween Wilmington and Baltimore. Mi - Grace Rawlings, of Woodlawn, ha.- been appointed principal of the I’erryvihe public schools. Abel (' Mearns has Tiecn elected Superintendent of the North Last M. K. Sunday school, succeeding the late Isaiah Biddle. 11. Franklin Hui'n, wTio ha- been in the Marine service, has been mustered out and has returned to his home in i'.ikton. I'urli- Leroy, aged 12 years, of Not tingham, i- in a serious condition ns the result of falling from a haymow and fracturing his skull. Prof. J. G. Dailey and daughter, of Philadelphia, will he musical director and pianist at the coming Leslie camp-meeting. North Last National Bank has de clared its semi-annual dividend of U per cent to its stockholders. Albert Buffington, of the mercantile linn of Buffington & Suns, Rising Sun, accompanied hy his wife and Mr. and Mrs 1 Walton, of Swarthmore, left this week for a two months’ trip through California and other parts of the West, Additional registration of students at the Delaware College Summer school include from this county, Mar garet and Katherine Price, of Cecil ton, and Deborah Jackson, of I’rin cipio. J. William Bel kins, Kxecutor of the estate of the late Joseph Hinehliffe, has sold the liiiiehliff'e store and news paper business to Albert F. Stanley, of Salem, N J., who took charge last week. Sunday paper- will h. reaflei e sold at the store instead of Mr. Perkins’ resilience. In the report of the county tax levy furnished us last week there was a mistake in the figure.-. The total : me.uni of the levy should bate been lit '1 V 1.4 ■■ of . i - T j.T.,. I he levy for roads and bridges should have been SHs.IMIII instead of s.Ts.OOO. Tlie tax rate i- 51.20 Hoi- Alexander I’, Jackson. James J. Mel a .’ey and Milton S. Sentman announce their candidacy for renomi nation as Judges of the Orphans' • 'ourt on the Democratic ticket, COUNTY BOARDS CDF VI’Y COMMISSIONERS, The ( eighty Commissioners met in regular session Tuesday, lull oily rou tine business was transacted. There were no delegations before the Board. ORPII \ NS’ CO CRT. The Orphans’ Court of Cecil county met in regular session Tuesday and Wednesday <.f this week. Present Hon. James J. McCauley, Chief Judge; Hon. Milton S. Sentman and Hon. Alexander P. Jackson, Associate J udges. Sundry claims against estates of deceased persons were examined and passed. Bonds Approved. Bond of John M. Cook, administra tor of Hugh G. Cook; bond of Ellen F. Rittenhou.se, executrix of Margaret S. Hughes; bond of Harry K. Fisher, guardian of David W. Fisher; bond of Mary M Abrams, executrix of James W. Abrams. Accounts Passed. First and final account of .Margaret B Devlin, executrix of David W. Dev 1 iii. and distribution struck on same; lust and final account of Sena W. Owens, executrix of Edwin K. Owens, and distribution struck on same; first and lin:i| account of Robert C. Thack er). executor of Caroline B. Brice: first and final account of Clara Perry, aln ini traitix of William Perry: tiist and final account of Sarah K. Pierson, administratrix of Matthew T. Pierson; fifth account of Bennett Steele and J. Groome Steele, executors of Joseph 11. Steele; third account of Mary D. Little, guardian of James I Little and Robert L. Little. Court adjourned to meet in regular session on August PJ, next. BOARD OF LDCC.VTIO.V The Board of Education met in regular session on Tuesday, July 8. Those present were Mr. William M. Pogue, president; Dr. Delmar Smith i rs, vice-president, and Mr. Wilmer J. Lai's, commissioner. The minutes of the regular meeting of June Iff, were read and approved and sundry bills were examined and ordered to be paid. The following resolution was adopt ed : "High School pupils shall attend the high school in the district in which they live. If no high school is located in the district in which they live, they shall attend the nearest high school. Students, however, commuting via the B. it O. may attend the most acces sible high school.” The above Resolu tion not to apply to the Seniors who will or should graduate in 11120. William T. Fryer. Jr., who had withdrawn from SI. John's College to t nter the Marine Corps, wa- reap pointed to tlie Stale Senatorial sehol ar hip A tuition seholar-hip at St. John’s is open and also four tuition - ■ holar-hips at the Maryland Insti tute, School of Art and Design, Hal limore. The following trustees were ap pointed. Mr. R. J. Reed, Bay View School, No. I. I listriet No. !). Mi. John Gamble, Bay View School, No. I. I listi ict No. tl. M,c- Wjlliam T. Wiirhurtdn, Jr., W arhurton School No. tl. District ,'). The Salary Schedule for l!l‘t-2ff was considered hut action was defer red until the next meeting. The following resignations were re ceived and accepted Miss Mabel B. Conner, Principal, Pond's Neck School No. 1. District No. 1. Miss Emma May Haller, Principal, Cayot's School No. 11. District No. 2. Mi- ( Linda R. Anderson, Assistant, • hesapeakc • ity School No. i>. Dis trict No. 2. Mr-. Mai giieritc Carty Potts. Prin cipal, Pivot School No. (1, District No 2 Miss Mary L. Hershey, Teacher of Dome-lie Science and Art, School No. ", District No. and School No. 5, Di.-tlict No. 2. M i - El sic P. Rea. Principal, ('lmpel School No. I, District No, it. Mrs, ! 1 ('chert J. Kirk. Assistant, Rising Sun School No, it. District No C, Miss Bertha < Astle, Principal Hickory Grove School No p. District No b. Mi - • arolyn Met u'longh, Princi p 1. Lib. •■()■ Gro\ .■ Si hool No. 10. District No, ii. Rev VV. N. Sherw !. Principal, Rowlandv illc School No. 1. District No. 8, Mis- Ether Mart indell. Principal, Wood Valley School No. 7. District No. !. Mi-- Helen M Thompson, Principal, Washington School No. 10. I*■ - ■ No. r>. ( olored Teachers. Mi-- Mary L. Bowman, Principal. • edar Hill School No. 1, District No. i Mrs. Carrie Jones, Principal, Rowlandville School No. 1, District No. (i. Miss Lffie N. Davis, Principal, Whiteouk School No. 1. District No. 0. The following teachers have asked to he transferred:- Miss Gertrude Man love, Miss Carmen Price, Miss Lillian Russell, Miss Rhoda White and Miss Lucy D. Jackson, colored. Tlie following appointments were made:— The following appointments were made: Bond’s Neck School No. 1. District No I. Mis- Blanche L. Knock. Prin cipal. Cayd's School No. .8, District No. 2. Miss Anna Lufhringer. Principal. Town Point School No. I, District No. 2, Mis- Gertrude Manlove, Prin cipal. Chesapeake City High School No. o, District No. 2. Mis- M Louise Van Dyke. Assistant. ( hesapeakc ( ity School No. b Dis trict No. 2, Miss Sara Price, A sistant. School No. a, District No. 2. and School No. J, District No. ff, Miss • ■race V, alket Walt. Domestic Science. Rising Sun School, No. il. District No. C Miss Ruth A Jack on, Assist ant. ('ulvert Agricultural lligh Si hool, Mr J. l.awson Crothers, Assistant. Llk .Mills School No. 2. District No. I. Miss Lillian Russell. Assistant. Rising Sun School No. n. District No. (1, Miss Ethel Hall, Acting Prin ( ipal. The meeting was then adjourned. Second District Memorial The Second District Memorial So ciety met in the Firemen’s Hall last Friday evening, and judging from the reports of the committees they will be aide to erect a very handsome monu ment in honor of the hoy- who too.; part in the late war. The finance committee wishes to announce that it would like all contri butions to he in hy July 18, as on that date another meeting will he held. Every citizen of the Second District is earnestly requested to make a con tribution to this cause. HOMER L CAMPBELL, Secretary. RECENT DEATHS William B. Smith. William B. Smith. Sr, a former post off ice inspector of the Chatta nooga, i Tenn.) district, died at hi heme, J Roland avenue, Roland Park, Monday afternoon, after an ihnes- of about two months. Mr. Smith, who was i , years old. made his home in Klkton lor sever h years, during' which time he was a postoffice inspeetoi at Washington. He afterward became inspector of the Chattanooga district, holding that post until he retired six years ago on account of ill health. At that time he moved to Baltimore and made hi- residence in Roland Park. During the Civil War Mr. Smith held the rank of captain in the Union Army He joined the Wash ington • hapter of the Loyal Legion soon after the war and retained his member hip ii that order until D death. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge. Mr Smith wa. twice married, and is survived hy lb- second wife, who • Mi Annie A Foste' of N nth Fast, and one daughter, hy hi- sec cud marriage. Nancy, wife of Dr. Robert L. Mitchell, of Baltimore, also 1 y five sons and two daughters by hi lirst wile, wno wa- Mi-- Xlargaret Johnson Mrs Elizabeth Allen, of Philadelphia; Carrie, wife of D . Gus tavus Speller, of Portland, Ore.; ( orgi and V, B„ of \\ ton; ~Dr. Horl .i; and Mar-hall, of Philadelphia, and J. Hender-o’ Smith, ■J' Wilmington I uner,ai service- were held at Lk j lon at i oon Thursday. J. Rankin Armstrong. J. Rankin Armstrong died Sat iiy morning at his home at Newark. Del . of heart trouble. He wt -a nati\. of ' ceil anility ai ,1 was ii',l year- of age. 1 or over tifty \ ai - he had resided in Niwark. when until a few years ago la conducted a general -tore. He is survived by hi- wife and four child- William Armstrong, of Dei . • oh; Mrs. George S Curtis, of Col •ra i i Sorb ('oh; Mr-, S N V n berg, New Garden, I. I.: and Mr-. W i \V mgett. ol Newark. One brother. General Thbodore F. Armstrong, also survives. The funeral was held Monday, with interment at Sharp’s cemetery, Josephine Clara Conner. ■ Josephine ( lara • ontter, young, : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B ( miner, died about ten o’clock Sunday morning at their home near Elkton, after an illne-- of rheumatism that settled on the heart and caused her death after weeks of severe suffering. She was nine years of age and i - sur \ Ived hy her parents and one sister. Miss Mary E. Conner. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon, with services at the home : r,d interment at Bethel Cemetery. George R. Webb. George R. Webb, former president of the Failed Railways of Baltimore, died early Monday morning at his home in that city after a long illness, aged sixty year- He is survived by his wife and two daughter- Mrs. Willian Pepper Constable a d Miss Celeste Webb. Will Of Mrs. Hughes The will of Mrs. Mai'gar l S. Hughes, late of North La-t. I ,■ e, admitted t" prolate and ffoi.lec ; ’i tile office o the Registc of V. , Slu devi-es i" her -i-ter. Mr.-. Flit I . Rittenhouse. during hot !A- tl a 1, •,;>(■ and. lot where deceased re-be- i oa Main street t nNorth Last, and ,t her death the -am ■ i- to go to V. Racia l L Pennington Hutton andM'-. Nellie R. Pei i.ington Hutton, i e ce of the testatrix; but in ease any if the family desires to purehas .■ the -aid real estate they are given the mivilege of doing so at the sum of -n.tiPO The sum of 841)1) each is devi-ed to James M. Rittenhouse, Margaret R. Lastburn and Mrs. Annie E. Veate-x To Mrs. Mary Burke is devi ved s;;ot) and to Mrs. Rachel Dillahay -bff. 8200 each is given to George 11. Pennington, Mrs. Margaret Bennett and Mr-. Jerry Arrendale 81(10 each i- lietiueathed to M -s Annie Tammany. Miss Laura Dim many. Mr- M. M. Potter and *he vl. K. ( hurch of North East All the rest and residue of h"(- es 'ate i- devised to Mrs. Ellen F. Ui tea house. who is also named as executrix of the will, which bears date Decem ber it, Iff lb. A-'fi ii r * r n WHOLE NO. 3.999 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL iI- engagement i f M.s- Jean Mg- E.nmyle to I 1 - li, Arthur Mitchell "■as announced ~r. Thursday afternoon it an “f.gagi .1 •> •, 1 y” giver. jy hei -' • ,M i I’i . ir- B. Finley, '•'l hi 1 I.uiii,' La-; ;•!, i. street, Klkton. Mr. K Walter Polity, of Baltimore, I ts for, \i<i'ir.c ti ■■ f imi'y of C. L. lo'e. of Pen y.iile, Mr. I’o.k-y is 1;: own in Baltimore as ioca' magi h.ii. lie was trussed ii the Argonne Sept. Sir.ee hi- return to the I . S in Deem:, er he ha- keen a natier.t at deni" a! Hospital No. 12, North I aroma He received his dis charge a few wee-.s as \ and returned to his home Mrs Marc in Cantwell, of Wil mington. is visiting relatives in town. Miss Hattie Ferre spent la ■ • week with relatives p Wilmington. to. t i.arie- 11. 1 [ey. who was ted: fj Canij >ix a few Weeks ag,. arrived at hi- Klkton ha me n, Tuesday for 21 days’ sick ha- :- While quite weakened, Col. Finley is convalescing nicely. Mr, and Mr-. Thou .- 11. Williams, * ' '.■in;; City, ate spending a few days v.ath relatives in Cecil. I.i" it. .1. Ah vmi: r Crothers. re cently returned fror. rranee to C'amp Meade, .. - 11" 1 spending some time ■•'■it h h;- pare.,- real' Zion “Alec” v ‘S a- F"•.’ .■ vi.-itor "i July 4th, ■ ' et 1 ' old : Mrs Peter ILirtenstihe, of Prin •. . has l.eet spend!ng the u eek witj er daughter, Mrs, Jo-eph li, Pei Mi f. L. Lynch is visiting re a ' i il pending some , tit . a Mo ;> -ad L.ake, \.. ■ ■ '' ■ Kt... . .1, , ~; h ter ■ a ! ■ • • f air, midge. -- Margaret 1' 1 aver.,ier. of Iron i: ii- a 1 Mr iiaroh: T. St. -..art, of Nort. l l'.a-t, were quietly married on , Thu 1 -day afternoon, July , at the •! ’ ' : the tide, 1 y Rev K. 11. Col- I ’ -• !>a-t of th< North In M. E. ( Lurch. Set H i t Charie.- J, Sheets. (,'oni i'uny • ■ IDl'lh Engineers, of lowa, re • ently returned from France, is visit ing hi- sister, Mr-. II F. Tedlie, at Holiyhurst Fan.,. North East. Also • their aunt, Mrs. Dura (Iro.seliue, of Phio, l.a- lieen spending the past few weeks with them. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Price, of Ray View, had as Sunday guests Mr and Mrs. Ja -k See a: d Mr H. (' Rose, of , Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. John Wilson and sons and Miss Lillie Wilson, of Kirkwood, L'el. Mr and Mr-. Harry 0. Dean, of Elkton, entertained on the Fourth Mr Howard Burke and family, of < ■ nshoho. ken. Pa.. Mr and'.Mrs Wil- Burk ! idt phia. Mr and Mrs Hurry C. Ko-e, Wi mington, Mrs. John H ward and Mr. Ernest Howard, of Leeds. Mis. Jo.-cph lli'il"; ef I ape May, N, .1 . -pent s, ."er.il davs this week Mrs John E. Alexander.’ ■ :-- I.idie Alexander i- spending time with Mi, at i Mrs Joseph P• ii at la. 1: ■ I‘ottage at it . May. Mrs. M. E. L’.-ilton and daughter, Mi-- Lulu, of Washiugto. . who have ■ " ’ -pe: ding -on.e time with her son I John F, Spai ki; , and family, left on Thursday fm M; I’lea-art, I'M.. to I -pend a week w ,li Mi. and M" i. I N"i ! ; Piddle, Mt iii* osder. de Soido, . f Fol ft Pa.. Mis- Marie L. Ilougherty, ■: Dermantown, Philadelphia, and Mastei George di Socio, 01 l**'o’.crofc, an- in c a w ek with Mr and Mr- 1 iiar’ies V:i• Sant, of (Ireen Hill ; n. Lira oln Di iv. North, Eai; Mi-- lilaiiy.- M. Harvey, of Ninth East, entered the Beacom Business College at Win iigti.r. Monday of tli s week. R Hal ry 1 a:. a. >f Norfolk. Va., and James 1 ant on, of Philadelphia, scent the Fourth with theii mother, Mr.-. M I. Cannon. Kl-ie Reynolds, of Baltimore, is vi-itmg her mother. Mrs Mary 1,. Cu mum, Mrs, Cota E Bryson and daughter Anna Mary, of Ridgely, are visiting li"r mother, Mrs Mary L. Cannot Mr and Mrs James W. Hawes spent tile week end with Mrs. Havre..' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. King Mr. and Mrs. Hawes have ' st retimed from their honeymoon, when they visited Niagara Falls. (.’1 aiu and the Great Lakes.