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ESTABLISHED 1841. CKC II- WHIG Published Every Saturday, Whin Building. Corner North and Whig Streets Elkton Md., by THE CECIL WHIG PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered as seeoini class matter ISMU t the postoflice at K ktuii. Maryland, under the Act of 1579. NOTK A.ldr* ■mrioiiji< , ;iti.c to Till - CECIL \N HKJ NOTE—-Th $1.50 |m*r >.it i I’ll.- dat* on the lain I *f your pai-rr will -lmw to wlmt linn* y*ur sub scription is paid and i> iVKardcd as a re ceipt. FRANK E. W II.LIAMS - - Editor \S WE SEE IT. The Hepuldiean meeting, in Haiti more, on Monday achieved wm-si* than nothing, aeeording to our way of thinking. Men gathered then l from all parts of the State, deliberated for several hours, anil coneluded by Ihe appointment of another committee. What, in the name of common sense, is to he accomplished by the creation of another committee " When we flung that question at the gentlemen managing the meeting. We were asked to make no objections to the plan a.- it was hoped thereby to bring some influence to bear on Mr. Weller that would result in his withdrawal of hi? candidacy. It. is to laugh! Mr. Weller didn't g ■ in for ill" purpose of withdrawing. He hasn't been putting up his nod money and devoting his days and nights to building an organization, for the pur pose of withdrawing. We do not blame him. Mr Weller dors not ap peal to ns in tin- least ;s senatorial timber. But Mi . Weller, doubtless, differs with ns. He, no doubt, counts himself quite equal to the job and he is out to gel it. Mo ha.- a perfect right to submit his candidacy to tin iest of a party primary. And .hat is exactly what he will do, despite all the committees in Christendom. If h is eliminated a- the Republican eat didate for U. S, Senator next Kali, h<■ must be licked lii a Republican pri many this Spring. We would quite enjoy seeing that done, but we do not believe it can be done, fo- reasons which we recently set forth in these eolumns. .1, Edward \iidieks wasted a for tune and worried hi- heart out trying to buy the little State of Delaware and failed. Hr ought to have come to Maryland, in these later and better day. Hen the Komi liea - pa it \ i solil hide, horns fid tail, into lh* hands of daek-o!:. Wrllrr and I ran. ' We are aware of the fact that on R( | publican friends do not likt this or: i of talk: I.nt wi know I hat it i- trite and M i- not worth while to mine. Word- a- •i it ' No Trace Of Murderers ll ook a ■ i 1 tin two trang negroes who ■, rally shot and killed 11. A 11, 1 >r>e ;. r I .a,, I r Hr. r-. at I Swat. <' eek -tation have fled th • county and mane good their escape in spite of the net .stretched |o eaptm'i them Hour i m am of a,, p, v , is nevei idle and the It. W 11, deteettv ■ force and aiithonlie- a the ejtir- will keep on tin constant lookout lor tin nei’roo, and in all - leh eases the men might possibly be picked up Sheriff Sheridan stai d no word ha been fl roe. 111 of the I ■ about- of j the fugitive-. It wa- . hat Ihe two colored men who held up and shot another eono-d man at Curtis Hay. near Baltimore, last w. n. might In the men who killed Been These men also esetiped, wh: h spoiled any op pert unity at, identitieation. The Bel .Air author!’ b - would 1... only too gla I to get he'd of the assa-sin-. Ex in Memoriam John M Sti n-eU, "Hi of the Din e tors of this Company, dieil oi, Monday. Deeemhei 1. IlH'.*, ai hi- re-idenee in the own of Ri-iug Son. Mil. at the middle age of life. Thus has passed one of the mo. ■ useful at d pilti ie spirited in n of I red count'-, ll*' wa a man noted for In ability. great industry and economy, upright and conscientious in all hi dealings with his fellow men, evei ready to assist -In -e who merited hi eonsidi rat ion and respect and hi- de mise is to Ir regretted by all til friends and aequaintan.ee- in this com mum. v. wh he has spent a useful life Therefore, he U Re-oh ed, Thai we. his associate Direemrs of The Klktmi Banking and f'-n-t Company deep l ' regret his death, and that we hall n - longer have tl, ■ benellt of he- wise counsel and assistance in the manage ment of the business affairs of this Large Public Sale I will -HI at public a!•■ i.t ms -tald.s in (tiiluna. Mil Tkursday, January 8,1920 beginning- at I] a. m ‘sharp, rain nr shin*'. 100 Mead live Stork Lot of Cr i i.i. SI. -It .1.-. Miank**t>, il try. t* 25 In s(i Head IIORSLS ami Ml LES. S* ■ oral pairs nude an younu ami several r**d K**.*l horses. L.< t \ animal .'.til In* v'laram toed as 11 ;. i•* • -Ti(i•i 30 to 40 Hoad Cattle Part an- ro;*l good lic it row- anil pi intrer* ; several Hol t* in ami l-wf. Lull.- . 50 Head Shoals and Pips, 2 Good Brood Sows Sev**ral Mft ii<l-haml *'t.- Harness ami < ar nages. Koli* . Mlank.t Will -*ll un> numlx-i' • ■ -tuck for y<m ami charge every im f the -.aim- commission. 15 L.hhl Pure-If red Plymouth Rock H non I era and some white Pekin Hackx. Will sell rain or -him*. TERMS CASH. S, (I. CALDWELL. insl itution Resolved, That we tender our sym pathy to his daughter, m this, the hour of he - bereavement, and would commend her to the tender mercies of “Him who doeth all things well.” Resolved, That this memorial be spread upon the minutes of the pro eeedine.s of this meeting, and a copy thereof sent to his family, and also to the pi- for publieation. EMERSON R. CROTIIERS. HARVEY 11. MACKEY, S, CLAUDE SYKES, I'ommitti e. Attorney’s Sale Of a Valuable Lot of Land and Cannery Property IN tLKTON, MD, \ \lt my fur the mvnn's, lh* tml* will "'l. r at i-iililii -al< . :tt the ('mirt Hon-*- • I"":', in Klkton, ( ceil county , ML. • n luesday. January 6, 1920 at 11:15 OVlotk A M . all I hour valuable lots, fronting 97 feet on Wes! High street, m Klkton, with an average depth of -‘IOO fort, ami whi* h v. a- ■ i..•>*•*! to (’ W. Hakei ami Sons L> two deeds. th* ■i" fr*m \\ I Wai bin top and \vif* . dated I chruarv Mb, ion.:, ami recorded in I.iher .1 t. W N nr of thi Record Hook- of -aid county, and the other from Henry I \ rt.hu r. *lated March JMh. lull, ami i-c. i|.il in Kilter ( K No v . Mdm l.i noth* f id Record If* Th*- imi-rmciuent- consist of a large Warehouse. Hroccss Kuom. Hcalinji- Stuck Kuom. oohct House, tll under mu* roof; Ollice with Fairbanks Scales, capacity 1 tuns. MACHINERY <•!.-.-ting ~r . upright. I"-] tiur-e iiiiwrr Mem I one 2'-h*r-* power Kc- | Kim*. 1 Ivh.-i'T I'tuvrr Knciiic. (Loth -tearni : I (Meet End)* ( 1 ist, boxes, I • • -m nit Pi* Pal I* Shafting and lh It ill .i*nt | r.vr- .' .lay i Th** jirop* 1 1 > i -i-l* ndidly lo* at*-l v. ith 1 PERMS OI S M.K >•'"'l in .. ! n' • *iay j ot -tali' . lilt la ti* *• in .a y t. •in to -nit idir- | 1 1 ten ' ’ *• ■- ■ ■' • , • • • nii'latim i .■- 1 ;■ -• i ■ ma> ' - 1 ■ • I • ; ROMKITI ' ’I HACKERY. i(>ss riM in i :i > Executors’ Sale OI \ \l.l Mil l Personal Property i Thursday, Jenuary Bth, 1920 \ ; ( Mlc I I’cluck Sll.i I p 5 Horses ■ 12 Head ot Cows and Bolls I* Holst* i i - ■ , H -h 11-.* . 1 Sow ami 5 Pie-. 19 Shoat I MtMINt. I Mi’Ll Ml \T> i - • , • () 1i v - - '. 1 . iower, hay fork an*l ro|*e, M twetty-*ina 1 1 mil ck*t train* -h*.v*'L ii \rm-:ss I -. , T ,yr hj. -11.--. -i .1 I,” ■ | 4 ' bridles, 5 halter.- Ph< ahov* ft cminK in fM'iit- and hat Ilf - at* new m ncarlv now, if! j • . ■ t L.I . iat**d. Term- on d> ••( sal*.*. Serurli> I rust \ Safe Dcp*ll f **. Executors of L, Sc.lt Towimoml. W S A nimtroil". am t ioii. c. Han I *rhoiii|*son. **l* rk. jan | :r2rrj===z=z=: z~"i.z.izz " a \ion‘S For Christmas? Our (hi istmas Saving < luh iik inkers have. Saved it durir;,,' the past yt ai . Xi v. i n.i sed 1 1.• halves, qu*irte *■. dime- and ' • • We an* now mailing their Christmas checks. One is buying a house, another an Automobile, a third ah; • fiirs. a fourth a Victrola and so on. i Don’t miss it next year. .Join the 1020 cduh row. Pome in and get your card. ■J eei.is weekly, increasing or decreasing, pays...£2s "0 j 5 cents weekly, increasing or dee .‘easing, pay?.... <•• • 75 i 10 eents weekly, fixed, pays 5 I 25 cents weekly, fixed, pays 12 5o .‘>o rents weekly, fixed, pays 25 00 >1 00 weekly, fixed, pays 50 on * Interest adder! if all payments are made regularly. CECIL NATIONAL BANK Port Deposit ■ • Maryland CECIL WHIG, ELKTON, MARYLAND, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1920 i l l U W \ N TFD. I haN-o *-\* ral larire *irlcrs t*i fill and need all kinds *>f fur. S** me before -*■!! ne S i * A.LHWKI.I . | !<jan-tf* (a!* na, M*l. It is a tliini* too beautiful, too sublime for words. The high art , of the screen must remain as a closed book to those who do not see and know d. w. (jßimrn s “ BROKEN BLOSSOMS ” Klkton Opera House Thursday, Jan. Bth, 1920 Matinee and Nii*ht. 22c.. 2Sc. and 39c. Th? Second National Bank of Elkton NO. 4102 \N * v. i vi\\ accounts o* So pora !tion-. Firms *v Individuals, and will i i* pleased if- mod or correspond with ihosi wh" contemplate making j chanjrcs nr npesdiijr new accounts. Interest paid mi (*ertilica4es of Dc pu.-it remaining Six Months. I Safi heposi; Mrawers in Fire proof | \ ault f*r rent at >2, >2 and >■’> per , yea*. as to .-i/e. leposiio *s Jisinjr }l distance front i the Hank can send remittance- by mail i safely, which will U prin:plly ack I low * By return mail. hi-ct.un! Day Monday of each week, Imjuiries will be pronijitly answer ed. and any information relative to \ l'Usine-< e!n.fu fully driven. M M. r. \N \KHI K K)\. I'resident J \.MKS J. \Hi IILK. \ Hn-ident ■ I. IT DAN IS. ( ajshier. UK F. K. I. AN AM AN VETERINAKIAN Elkton. Maryland Pbofle Office 5 C Pesidefce 93 1920 Happy New Year Bilker Better Than Ever MULLIN S HDIVIE STORE Wilmi n g t o n -I- -t-ooocooooooo ooooooooooocx: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 *OOOOOOOOOOO oooooocxxxxxx; I X X Charier No. 123(i Reserve Distric t No. 5 U j 8 X REPORT OH Tilt CONDITION o ft Q or Q The National Bank of Elkton 8 0 At tlkton, In the State of Maryland* at the close of business Q V November 17, 1919 n % ’ ' ~ y (RESOURCES , Loans and di*eonnts. me idm# i ed< .inn - ... * Q Overdrafts. unsecured Q ' S. ' •ovrrnnu'iil Securities owned C 1 ‘eposited to seeuie circulation C. s. bonds pai > i .u- - ■* Q d i*- i• >i lutei a 1 h•! State oi c.thei dep<.• t > 01 Iu1!-\. iv. t: -h- -' • ~ - Q y < nl l r t Bonds. Seem it ie- etc.- Q ami 'i.a ut K~ TTtl’ci t liau I. S -i it Mt ;de. .) a-. .. Q It' >i,lll•' ■si .it* •■i■ 1 , i • ii.il e\ • I Q Securities other than f. S. bond-. int tiuludiiu; stork', ownol q ( ' iiti'j.ii trust and ■*lb e i note- • :" i iioiis - - tied j• • f Hoi X •t -s l han ‘-lie \ rai hot more than tli; ■ . <ai •> i tun (•. ... X I' ■•t a! ImtiiN. stain dies. el.- • imi than Is ■ _ Mfa kother than Hederai Reserve hank -nock Q stock of federal Reserve Hank =>•• i* i <nit • i *ubs< npt-,i.n i . V Value oj hankine li mse owntal ami unenemnheicl ••••* -.i U Furniture and fixtures .. . si*. im> U Lau fill reserve \\ *tb I'uln al Ki -n u l ank Q C ash m vault and net amount'' due trom nanon.i: ••n Q f ( hecks on other bank u11 mn :t V at na- r' U nj. .k lJ V than I trill O Q I■'li' < • '■ ni ;I ! ■ and ■ ■ • J* Q Redemption fund with I s. Treasure! and due from 1 s. Trea-urc mi . TI 0 LIABILITIES g X Capita. '!■ Kk pa;>' • n . j t.. urn .... Q I X Surplus fund tuomif. .. 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Ik.- u Build Your, Pennies;. *&■ Nickels <k</ dimes' ■■ ▼tlcA into BIG >' ~ ifcfeL XT ROUND,. dollars You will he surprised to see how fast they will grow it you become a member I of our j f i, CHRISTMAS SAVING CLUB ■ f- and makeji deposit weekly. It s keeping at it that counts—Save a little every f , week, file weeks fly and before you realize it your little coins have grown into y “BIG ROUND DOLLARS” (everybody can save if they just make up their minds to do so and stick to it. A child as well as an adult can accumulate a fund for Christmas giving. Kveryone—Old and f A > r y -y* it 1 'I Hie Books are open—Enroll at once. The First Deposit makes you a Member. i ' branches i THE RISING SUN BANK. Rising Sun. Md. THE CECILTON BANK. Cecilton. Md. i d rk •k "k "Ok \ "I ki- ">*rk fe ik. h. kb. .kb 'Wife. fell. t. few. fe. fel Local Marriage Licenses John Edvard Weaver, of Havre de (irate, anil Evelyn L. Sharon, of Elk ton. Paul Lawson Me( onmions and Mil died (iraee Met'urn.s, both of C'hihL R. n. Norman K. Howett, of (i\f t. Pa. and Mary Jane Duncan, of Childs. Colored Horace Selby ami Rachel Cooper, both of Karleville. W oody Veale aml Sarah K1 izabeth Wallace, both of Chesapeake City.