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TOWSON. Md. Saturday, November 16, 1907. LONBNECKER BROS., Editor* and Proprietor*. $ 1.3 O per' annum--in advance. Pottage pre paid . Wo subscription taken for loss than site months. BTC. * P. AND MARYLAND PHONES._JEI Tax recent redaction in the price of meat was only temporary. After a few days’ trial tbe packers restored the old figures and added a fraction to cover losses. Tbe only hope of long life and contentment rests in vegeta rianism. A vara of fine anthracite coal was acciden tally discovered a’few days ago on tbe farm of Mr. J. L. Bntt, in Adams county, Pa., about a mile north of Gettysburg. As a result tbe land values in that neighborhood have taken a sodden jump. WtT.T.rtw Dtitchir president of thaJiatinnal Association of Audubon societies, at the recent annual meeting of that body, drew attention to tbe fact that Government statistics show an annual loss to the country of $800,000,000 through insect and rodent pests. This loss, Mr. Dutcher thinks, can largely be saved by tbe proper protection of the birds. Those interested in the work of the Anti- Saloon League in Maryland appear to be very well satisfied with the result of the election last week. Mr. William H. Anderson, super intendent of tbe Leagoe, says tbe prospects are bright for the passage of a local option bill by the next Legislature. He also says tbe legis lation in the ten “dry” counties of the State was procured through Democrats. Senatob Tillman, of Bouth Carolina, has been doing’some more talking. He says that Roosevelt will not accept a renomination aDd that Speaker CannoD, of the Honse of Repre sentatives, will be the Republican nominee. And then tbe Senator added: "Bryan will be the Democratic nominee without a doubt. He is the greatest living Democrat and the proper man to intrust with tbe affairs of our Gov ernment.” In Cabroll county, at the last election, less than 7,000 votes were polled and of this num. ber 635 ballots were rejected. The total regis tered vote of the connty fell off about 1,500. It it noticable that Judge Crotbers ran consider ably ahead of the other candidates on tbe Democratic Btate ticket, even leading Dr. J. W. Hering, the candidate for Comptroller, by 50 votes. His plurality was 211, which about indicates tbe strength of the party in the county. A dispatch from New Haven, Conn., says “a new pest, in the shape of an insect, has as sailed the game birds of Connecticut, and they are in danger of extermination. Quails are dying by the hundreds in tbe woods, and the few that have been shot by tbe hunters have been so poor and sickly as to be hardly eatable. Tbe insect is a species of vermin which affixes itself to the flesh of tbe bird, much as a sucker does to a cod. Tbe local game warden states that he has found whole broods dead in tbe nests.” Govebnob Wabfibld on Monday appointed Judge A. Hunter Boyd, of Cumberland, who is Chief Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, as Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Ap peals to succeed the late Chief Judge James McSherry. He is a native of Winchester, Va., where be was born in 1849. He located at ww Gcmberland in 1871 and soon took a leading position at- the bar. The appointment of Judge Boyd meets with the general approval of the bar of tbe State and is thought to be an excellent one. Ex-Gov. John Walteb Smith appears to have a sure thing for the long-term United States Senatorsbip from Maryland. As a re sult of tbe primary on tbe sth instant he will have about 30 votes more in the next Legisla ture than Governor Warfield and Congress man Talbott combined, which makes his elec tion a certainty, unless something unforseen occurs. Governor Smith is now looked upon as tbe head of his party in Maryland. His term in tbe Senate will begin March 4tb, 1909, and end in March, 1915. Fob some time it seems to have been under stood that if Mr. Carville D. Benson, of Balti more county, was re elected to the House of Delegates he would again be chosen Speaker without serious opposition, but it looks now as though there is to be a fight for this honor. Mr. J. Enos Ray, of Prince George’s county, who was a member of the last Honse, is in tbe field for the Speakership and be will have strong backing for tbe place. Messrs. Martin Lehmayer and James A. Dawkins, both of Baltimore city, aTe said to have their eyes on the Speaker’s chair, so there may be a lively tussle for it. The Belaib .Democrat of last week said: “Tbe Senatorial primary ended in Harford by tbe polling of within a few votes of the high water mark reached by Governor Crotbers. These pri maries excited much interest--more in fact than the general election—and more effort was made and more inducements offered for one of the Senatorial candidates than were made and offered by all tbe friends of all the candidates on the State and local tickets. The result shows that Governor Smith’s adherents did not make much effort, and that Governor Warfield had not friends enough in the county to overcome the discipline and inducements offered by Congressman Talbott." In connection with some interesting facts published in regard to the late election in Maryland the Baltimore American says: "There are in Maryland in round figures 270,- 000 registered voters. The number of stay-at homes is estimated at 15 per cent., which would make tbe number who actually voted 230,000. There were returned, as counted, about 200,000 ballots, leaving 30,000 to the bad. Of these 20,000 at least were Republicans, and there are Republicans who believe fully three fourths of the disfranchised belonged to their party. But even at two-thirds they had a clear majority in tbe State of 10,000, and this, too, without considering the count which can at best be characterized as ‘crooked.’ ” The sudden death of Judge Louis E. Mc- Comas, at his home in Washington, last Sun day morning, was a great shock to his thous ands of friends and acquaintances in this State. He was one of Maryland’s first citizens and his taking off at so early an age is a distinct loss to the State. Judge McComas was born in Washington county, Md„ in 1849, and after his graduation at Dickinson College he studied law and was admitted to the bar in Hagers town. He was elected to Congress in 1882 by tbe Republicans and was re-elected several successive terms. He was appointed District Judge in Washington in 1892 and was elected to the United States Senate in 1898, succeeding tbe late Senator Gorman. Upon tbe expira tion of his term in 1905 he was appointed As sociate Judge of tbe Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia and held this position at the time of bis death. Judge McComas, who was a widower, was married less than six months ago and took bis bride to Europe for their honeymoon. His health had not been good for several years and he had lately ex perienced several severe attacks, but his family and friends appear to have been wholly un prepared for his sudden taking off. Judge McComas was a most genial gentleman and an able and clean man—an honor to the State that gave him birth. Besides his widow he ia survived by one daughter by a former marriage. Correspondence Baltimore County Union. LETTER PROM ENGLAND. "Belgravia,” 9 Salisbury Terrace, 1 Weston-Super-Mare. England, > November 4th, 1907. ) Messrs. Editors .'-Weston-Super-Mare, on the Bristol Channel, with nothing between it and New York, was until a few years ago a small fishing village. It la now a large town, the cen tre for excursions to a number of interesting places, chief among them the Mendip Hills. It is a winter as well as summer resort and its pop ulation has increased by leaps and bounds. It is sometimes called Weston-Buper-Mud, for when the tide goes out it is mud as far as tbe eye can reach. The ozone arriving from it ia very beneficial for bronchitis, lung or throat trouble, and catarrh is unknown. Its chief pride is the Marine Parade with its two miles of sea wall. A 43 foot esplanade sweeps around tbe bay, with numerous seats and shelters, called kiosks. There are three beautifully laid-out parks. One of the favorite walks is through tbe woods. Between fifty and sixty years ago there was only a barren hill and the winter winds must have been bleak Indeed and Worle Hill anything but picturesque. The then lord of the manor did a good service when he had tbe bill, nearly 400 acres, planted with trees, shrubs and flowers, converting it into a lovely spot, which today is one of Weston’s chief attractions and thorough ly enjoyed by tbe throngs of visitors. Tbe Mendip Hills are not far from Weston- Super Mare. A short ride by rail and a few miles drive in a wagonet bring you to tbe Gorge, which is described by the late Dean Alford, in his “Letters from Abroad,” as the grandest rocky defile he ever saw. They deserve an artist's loving study to give you a pen picture. Won derful we say as we enter the Gorge and drive between cliffs so high it makes one dizzy to try and see their tops, and at every step the wonder grows. They inspire a feeling of awe and we sit silent feastiDg our eyes on tbe changes in form and color, castle and tower, cathedral and spire, and here and there in cliff and crevice trees’ ferns, wild flowers and ivy find a rooting place, sorujumg ana naarag rtmwvl wlnwttao gray rocks. It was one of these that inspired Toplady to write “Rock of Ages,” and wonder ful is the thought still in our minds when we reach Cheddar and looking back see tbe Lion Rock, so called from its resemblance to the form of an immense lion crouching on the top. Like most places it has its legend. The Saxon King Edmond at first favored the holy Dunstan and then listening to evil counselors deprived him of his honors and dismissed him. One day Edmond set out to hunt deer in his forest of Mendip and stag and hounds plunged over tbe precipice in Cheddar Gorge. The King was in despair of reining in his horse, but in answer to a penitent prayer tbe animal stopped on the very brink of the cliff. He then sent for Dunstan and riding to Glastonbury appointed him Abbot of the Monastery. Cheddar, at present numbering less than 10,000 population, was noted as far back as 1717 for its cheese, and for the past 75 years for its magnifi cent caves, but of far greater interest to some of us is its association with the memory of Hannah More. It was of Cheddar she said, “We only saw one Bible in the parish, and that was used to prop a flower pot.” It was here she started her school and began her efforts to Christianize tbe people of tbe Mendip Hills. Tbe most zealous form of religion there today, we read, is tbe Wesleyan Memorial Church, and she is tbe link between the ancient types of religion and the present. Tbe prevailing sentiment in 1789 was voiced by a rich farmer when she opened ber Sunday school and club. He assured his hearers that religion would ruin agriculture; it was a very dangerous thing and bad produced much mischief ever since it was introduced by tbe monks down in Glastonbury. Her benevolent efforts were not confined to Cheddar. On the east of the valley is the Sbutcliff.or as it is com monly called, Callow Hill, and it was on Callow Hill that she and her sister Pattie gave a school treat in 1791 to 617 children. Cowslip Green and Barley Wood, in which they successively resided, are situated, the former on a hill overlooking Wrington Valley, the latter in the valley near Aldwick Court, and their remains lie in Wring ton churchyard. A full account of the labors of Hannah and Pattie More are given in Rev. Arthur Roberts’ “Mendip Annals.” With the taking away of the paper and shirt factories came the question of how these people were to live, until about fifteen years ago one returning from America discovered the soil and climate were suitable for strawberry culture, and now every cottager, no matter how small his piece of land, grows strawberries, which are shipped to the large cities—Glasgow, London, Manches ter, etc. Emilla Mather. Correspondence Baltimore County Union. "READER’S” QUEBTION ANSWERED. Melrose, Mass.. Nov. Btb, 1907. Longntcktr Bros.. Editors The Union , Towson, Md.—Gentlemen: -The marked copy of The Union drew my attention to tbe letter from “Reader.” I thank him for the suggestion, and will keep watch for anything new on the subject men tioned. An excellent book is “The Chemistry and Practice of Finishing, a Practical Treatise on Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton Goods for Whites, Dyes and Prints,” by Percy Bean and William McCleary. Tbe book is published by Kirkham & Pratt, Manchester, Eng., at about $lO, but its value is increased by many actual samples of cloth to illustrate the different pro cesses. Cheaper works are published by the D. Van Nostrand Co., of New York, and J. B. Llp pincott C0.,0f Philadelphia. For new processes of interest only to textile workers “Reader” should consult the technical journals, such as "Textile World Record,” published monthly at 144 Congress street, Boston, at $2 per year. If this offers anything of interest to your cor respondent I shall be much gratified. Sincerely, E. R. Chadbourn. J. E. Mellish, a Wisconsin farmer boy hardly out of bis teens, has become one of tbe interesting figures in tbe scientific world through bis discovery within six months of two comets which had escaped tbe attention of professional astronomers. The young man has, after working hard on the farm during the day, been studying the heavens at night, using apparatus largely of his own construc tion. His recent achievements have opened the way for him to pursue bis studies in the Washington Observatory, and a bright future is confidently predicted for him. In the recent quarterly meeting of the di rectors of the Steel Trust it was announced that net earnings for the quarter ended Sep tember 30th last amounted to $43,804,285, mak ing it the best third quarter of the year in the history of the corporation. Regular monthly dividends were declared on both common and preferred stock. Mb. Richabd B. Clark, senior member of the grain commission firm of Thomas S. Clark & Sons, died suddenly on the Bth instant at bis office in Baltimore. Mr. Clark’s was the oldest grain house in the city. He was a na tive of Baltimore and had a wide circle of friends. Mr. Clark was 58 years of age. In a recent speech in New York Col. Bryan had something to say about "those who are crushed by poverty.” No such tone as this pervades President Roosevelt’s Thanksgiving proclamation. That is one reason why be was elected President. It is a great comfort to know that every dol lar of the currency of the United States is worth 100 cents in gold. JUBMFORRKNr A FARM OF 119 ACRES, in Dulany’s Valley, 12 miles from Baltimore; about 90 acres tillable. Share rent. Reference required. Apply on the premises to THOMAB MANN, Nov. 16-Bt*] Glenarm, (R. F. D. 1.) Md. ALEXANDER Y. CARK IS NO LONGER IN THE EMPLOY of the PLEASANT PLAINS FARM and is not author ized to collect accounts or contract for me in any way. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by him. Mrs. T. HARRISON GARRETT. November Ist. 1907.] Nov. 16—It* HTALUON FOR SALE. THE 5-FEAR-OLD STALLION “CEDAR CHIP,” dark bay, well broken, fine disposition and will weigh 1100 lbs. Sire standardbred. Apply to E. ROGERS LEE, Lakeview Farm, Dulany’s Valley. Glenarm, (R. F. D. 1.) Md.] Nov. 16—3 t NOTICE. Towson, Md.. Nov. Bth. 1908. Tbe Board of Directors of THE TOWSON NATIONAL BANK this day declared a semi annual]dividend of FIVE PER CENT, on tbe Capital Stock, payable to the Shareholders on demand, clear of State and County taxes. W. C. CRAUMER, Nov. 16—It] Cashier. JJOTEL FOR RENT AT PARKTON, Md. WELL-EQUIPPED HOTEL, 14 bedrooms and bath; a number of regular boarders. Present income from $250 to S3OO per month. Proprie tress retiring on account of ill health. Will rent on very reasonable terms to desirable tenant. For further particulars apply to JOHN MAYS LITTLE. Nov. 16—tf] Piper Building, Towson, Md. Qzxo JuftDjertiserajentjß. pOWB FOR SALE. FOUR CLOSE BPBINGEBB AND 2 FRESH COWS. L. G. QUINLIN. Nov. 16—St* Kingsville, Md. Report of county treasurer —FOR THE— MONTH OF OCTOBER. 1907. Cash on hand October Ist, 1907 $273,561.04 Taxes received during the month 13 243.32 Receipts from all other sources 14,131.06 Total receipts $300,935.41 Disbursements during October. 1907 $ 81,601.08 Balance November Ist, 1907.. 219,334.33 C. LYON ROGERS, Jr, Nov. 16—Itl Treasurer and Collector. YjrTANTED. T FOUR AND SIX-HORBE TEAMS TO HAUL LUMBER, POLES, TIES AND WOOD. Two years’ work. Stable free. Good pay. Also. MEN TO CUT TIES. WOOD, etc. Apply to T. A. HANNA. Sbawan, Baltimore county, Md. or H. L. GRUBE. 1009 American Building, Baltimore, Md. 49* Both Phones. [Nov. 16—6 m John S. Ensor and Emanuel W. Herman, Attorneys, Towson, Md. MARGARET N. MITCHELL KT AL. VS. JULIA MERRYMAN, ADMINIBTRA TKIX ET AL.. tn the Circuit Court fob Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 15th day of November, 1907. that the sale made and reported by John S. Ensor and Emanuel W. Herman. Trustees, for the sale of property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 9th day of December, 1907} Providea s copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Balti more county once in each of three successive weeks before the said 9th day of December, 1907. The report states the amount of sales to be SI,OOO. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk. True Copy—Test: Nov. 16—4tf WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk. John J. Timanus, Attorney, Piper Building, Towson, Md. SALE Valuable Farming and Mining Property, on the Dogwood Road, Near Alberton, in the Second Election District of Baltimore Connty, Md. In pursuance of tbe power contained in a mortgage from John W. Sauter and Maggie E. Sauter, his wife, to William C. Heinhold and JM Maggie B. Reinhold, his wife, dated •jff April 18th, 1906, and recorded among theßiji Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber W. P. C., No. 253, folio 233, &o„ default having been made thereunder, the said undersigned. Attorney named in said Mortgage, will offer at Public Sale. AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, IN TOWSON, on Tuesday, December lOth, 1907, At 12 o’clock M., ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF GROUND AND IMPROVEMENTS, Situate on the Dogwood road, near Alberton. In the 2d Election district of Baltimore county, about three miles west of Woodlawn, about three miles north of Catonsville and about three fourths of a mile from B. Sc O. R. R., containing about ONE HUNDRED AND BEVENJACRES, TWO ROODS AND THIRTY-THREE SQUAks PERCHES OF LAND, MORE OK LESS. 49*And known as “ABESTOS FARM.” This land is in a good state of cultivation, suitable for farming purposes; has on it an orchard of choice fruit trees, and contains large and extremely valuable deposits of Asbestos, and is all and tbe same tract of land mentioned and described in said mortgage, and is tbe same property conveyed by deed of April 18th, 1905, of record among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber N. B. M., No. 284, folio 808, &e., from John Mays Little to tbe said John W. Sau ter and Maggie E. Sauter, bis wife, tbe said John W. Sauter and wife by deed bearing date July 26th, 1907, and recorded among the Land Records aforesaid, in Liber W. P. C., No. 319, folio 5, Ac., having conveyed said property to Jennie B. Heaitzsman, the present owner. This property adjoins the properties of Chris tian Sauter, Edward C. Sauter and others, and is convenient to schools, churches, and is near HolloUeld Station, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, is well adapted for farming, and its large deposits of Asbestos, on account of its convenience to railroad facilities, can be profits - bly mined. or*The improvements consists of a GOOD FRAME HOUSE, BARN. CARRIAGE SHED AND THE NECESSARY OUTBUILDINGS. TERMS OF SALE.—One-tblrd cash and re mainder in six and twelve months; or all cash at option of purchaser; deferred payments to bear interest at rate of 6 per cent., and to be se cured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. Attorney. Cash deposit of S6OO will be required of the purchaser at time of sale. JOHN J. TIMANUS, Attorney named in Mortgage. CALEB S. HOBBS, Auctioneer. [Nov. 16—ts William 8. Keech, Attorney, Second Motional Bank Building, Towson, Md. Auction sale OF— VALUABLE ANTIQUE —AND— MODERN FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, WORKS OF ART, Etc. Also, Work Stock, Driving Horses, Farm Implements and Ma chinery, Carriages and Harness, Wagons, Etc., Etc. The undersigned, being about to abandon housekeeping and go abroad for an indefinite period, will sell at Public Auction, HP AT HER FARM, ABOUT -H. null MILE WEST OF TIMONI UM, N. C. R. R., on 11 Friday, November 99d, 1907, Commencing promptly at. 9 A. M., 4S*THE VERY LARGE COLLECTION OF FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENTS ON MY COUNTRY PLACE AS ABOVE .LOCATED, AND NAMED IN PART AS FOLLOWS : ~ -PARLOR.- Helnekamp Mahogany Upright Piano, Stool and Cover. Parlor Tapestry, Walnut Suit, 2 large Mirrors, plate, 10x6 and 4x6; 1 Mahogany Divan, 5 Chairs, walnut, French tapestry; 2 Stoves, 1 Walnut Music Cabinet, 2 French Bronze Candelabra, 1 Imported Hand-painted Plaque, 2 Tea Tables, 1 pair Andirons.l French Mahogany Table and Jardinier, imported; 3 Japanese Vases, 1 Axminster Rug, 9x12; 3 Oil Paintings, 2 Chro mos, 1 Lamp, 1 Onyx-top Mahogany Table. Four Aligator-eovered Chairs, 1 Hall Rack, beveled-plate glass; 1 Couch, aligator; 1 Um brella Stand, Imported; 1 Imported Bronze Ca thedral Hall Clock, 2 Bronze Ornaments, 3 011 Paintings. 1 Fender, 1 Mirror, 3x6; 1 Velvet Car pet, 100 yds.; 120 yds. of other Carpet, 100 yds. Step Velvet Carpet, 1 Breakfast Table, 1 Uphol stered French Tapestry Divan, Upholstered Da mask Walnut Chairs, etc. -LIBRARY.— Oue Walnut Bookcase.l Leather-covered Couch and Chairs. 1 Cherry Table, 1 Walnut Mirror, 1 Home Edison Phonograph with 250 Records, En gravings. Imported Hand-painted Plaque. Vel vet Carpet, large collection of Standard Works and other Books-ete. -SEWING ROOM.- One Domestic Cabinet Sewing Machine, 1 Couch, I Table, 1 Oil Heater, Bed and Table Linen, Chromos, Lamp, etc. -DINING ROOM.— One Marble-top Walnut Sideboard, 1 Walnut Extension Table, 1 Plate Mirror, 6 Leather-cov ered Walnut Chairs, 1 Velvet Couch, 1 Walnut Table and Cover, 1 Linen Cabinet, Axminster Carpet and Rugs, Lamps, Pictures, Bronze Vases, 1 Steel Fender, etc. -BEDHOOMS.- Walnut Bedroom Suits. Beds, Wardrobes, with Mirrors, Dressers and Washstands, Upholstered Walnut Chairs and Tables, Hand-painted Orna ments, Clocks and Ornaments, Steel Engravings, Axminster Carpets. Small Rugs. Divans. Ala baster Ornaments, Mattresses, Pillows and Bol sters, Springs, and a large collection of other articles. -KITCHEN AND PANTRY.- One 6-plate Range, 2 Serving Tables, 1 Walnut Sideboard, 1 Blucstone China Dinner Set, about 120 pieces; 1 Haviland China Dinner Set. Chairs, 1 Mirror, Kitchen Utensils, Pots. Pans, etc., lot Crocks and Preserves. 1 Barrel Churn, 1 Butter Worker, 3 Refrigerators, 6 Ash Cans, 6 Lard Cans, 1 Ice-Cream Freezer, 1 Lard Press. 1 Ham Boiler. Washtubs. Washboards, Clothes Wringer, Washboiler, etc. ALSO. COACH AND WORK HORBEB, One set Double Harness, gold mounted; 1 set Single Harness, brass mounted; 1 set Double Harness, Cart Harness, 1 set Single Heavy Work Harness, 2 sets Plow Harness, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes, Whips, Halters, 1 Victoria, 1 two horse Drag. 1 Coupe, 1 Jump Seat, new; 1 Jump Beat. old; 1 new Jagger, first-class; 1 Station Wagon, pole and shafts; 1 St. Elmo Cart, 1 Buggy with pole and shafts; 1 ArTfN new Portland Cutter, 1 set Sleigh Bells and Plumes, 1 Lawn Swing, Hand ■ 1 Lawn Mowers, 1 one-horse Spring Wagon Top, 1 one-horse Farm Wagon, 2 Farm Carts, 1 Horse Rake,l one-horse Roller, Wood Mowing Machine, Water Barrel, on wheels; poles. Corn Shelters, Cutting Box. Plows, Harrows. Cultivators,Grind Stone and Frame, Rye Cradles, lot Burlap Sacks, Horse Buckets, Hay Fork and Rigging complete. Brio.ooo chestnut shingles. Lot 6 inch Terra Cotta Pipe. Hotbed Sashes, Market Boxes. Cider Press. TONS BALED STRAW. 600 pounds Home-cured Meat, 15 bushels Potatoes,3 barrels Cider Vinegar. Also. 200 feet IX-inch Hemp Rope, 100 feet 1- lnch Lacer. through two double blocks; 1 set Fairbanks Platform Scales, will weigh 600 lbs. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of S2O and under, cash ; on sums over that amount a credit of four months, purchasers giving notes, with approved 1 security, bearing interest from tbe day of sale, i Nothing to be removed from tbe premises until i the terms are fully complied with. Mrs. LAURA J. KOFFMAN, Ttmonium, Md. SLADE Sc RISTEAU, Auctioneers. H. STANTON BOSLEY. Clerk. Nov. 16—It ||eiw &dweutisjements. T UMBKK FOR SAUK CHEAP. AT MY MILL AT BHAWAN, Balti more county, Md. POPLAR, CHEST NUT. OAK AND PINE, on hand or cut to order, all sizes. Apply to T. A. HANNA, Shawan, Baltimore county. Md. or H. L. GRUBE. 1009 American Building, Baltimore, Kd. AS-Both Phones. [Nov. 16-6 m TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the iufc scriber has obtained from the Orphans’ Osurt of Baltimore county, letters of administration on tbe estate of JAMBS COOPER, late of said county deceased. All persons boring ' claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers th*e o f. to the subscriber. On or before the 91st day of May, 1908; They may otherwise by law be excluded fr<m all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediatapay ment. Given under my hand this 14th dty of November, 1907. CLARA E. COOPE4, Oct. 16— 4t*l Administratrix. TO CREDITORS. THIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Coat of Baltimore county, letters testamentary og the estate of WILLIAM L. LEIGHT, late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 91st day of May, 1908} They may otherwise by law be excluded frtm all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 14th day of November, 1907. THOMAS W. LEIGHJV Nov. 16—4t*l Executor. John F. Gontrum, Attorney, Law ByM ing, Baltimore, Md. ' >r ’ TO CREDITORS. THIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the •übson bers have obtained from tbe Orphans’ <ourt of Baltimore county, letters testamenta-T on tho estate w SCHAFFFrt. late of said countydeceased. All having claims against the said estate arefereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to tbe subscribers, On or before the 91st day tf May, 1908; They may otherwise by law b* excluded from all benefit of said estate. Th<se indebted to said estate are requested to piake immediate pay ment. Given under ou*- hands this 14th day of November, 1907. GEORGE H. CLARKE, GEARY A. LONG, Nov. 16—4t*l Executors. Application —YOB TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE. Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ) for Baltimore County, > Towson. Md.. November 15th. 1907. 1 Notice is hereby given that application has been made to this office for the transfer of li cense to sell spirituous or fermented liquors fron John C. Morebeiger, Railroad Hotel, Freder ick road, Ist district, to Louis Morsberger, Rail road Hotel. Frederick road, Ist district. Charles Pielert, executor of Wm. H. Walters, deceased, corner of Eastern avenue and Back River Neck roads, 15th district, to Gustav Frank, corner of Eastern avenue and Back River Neck roads. 16th district. And that unless cause be shown in writing to the contrary. On or before the 9d day of December, 1907, the transfer applied for will be granted, provi ded the applicant oomplies with the require ments of law. WILLIAM P. COLE, Nov. 16—2tl Clerk. STEVENSON’S COAL YARDS RIDER, N. C. R. R. COAL of ALL KINDS For sale at Lowest Market Rates. 49-Orders tilled promptly. A share of patron age solicited. Address. ALLEN STEVESON, Rider P. 0., Baltimore oounty, Md. Nov. 16—ly Ed. J. Herrmann, Auctioneer, Bossvitle, Md. City Office—Boß Law Building, Courtland Street. PUBLIC SALE OF— VALUABLE DAIRY CATTI.E, Horses and Mules, Wagons, Farm Uten sils, Harness, Dairy Outfit, Hay, Corn, Straw, Fodder, Poultry, Etc. The undersigned, relinquishing tbe dairy busi ness and intending to remove from the county, will sell at Public Auction, rfXEjW 7J-3f\ON THE PREMISEB known MJiP “SMITH’S FARM.” twoUtflpi 1 miles from Baltimore city, on the Philadelphia road, near Herring Run, in the 14th district of Baltimore county, on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 98th, 1907, At 10 o’clock A. M., THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROP ERTY, Viz: Q A COWS. COWS, COWS, Q A 044: cows, cows, cows. O'* SOME FRESH, SOME FAT, SOME SPRINGERS; 49- ONE BULL, FIVE GENERAL UTILITY HORSES, ONE FINE MULE Two one-horse Milk Wagons, 1 six-spring Open Wagon, 1 Hay Wagon, 2 two-horse Manure Wagons, 1 Shavings Wagon, 1 Slop Wagon and Large Barrel, Carts, 1 Mower, 1 Hay Rake, 1 Drill, 1 Corn Crusher, Cut ting Boxes. Row Marker, Rollers, one and two horse Plows.Cultivators,Harrows, Shovel Plows, Forks, Shovels. Picks, Crowbars, Single and Double Trees, Cow Chains, Log Chains, Wheel barrows, Grindstone, Barrels and Grain Tubs, Bcyttaes. etc. Also, all kinds of Single and Double Wagon Harness, Cart Harness, Plow Harness, Carriage Harness, Collars, Bridles, Hames, Pads, Halters, Ropes, Blankets, Sleigh Bells, etc. Also, 30 five-gallon Milk Cans, 1 Re frigerator, Milk Bells and a 49- COMPLETE DAIRY OUTFIT. Also, FIFTY BARRELS PRIME YELLOW CORN, TWENTY FIVE TONS TIMO THY HAY, FIVE TONS WHEAT STRAW, LOT OF FODDER. @9” Also, 150 Chickens and a lot of Ducks. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of S2O and un der cash; over that amount a credit of eight months will be given, purchasers giviDg notes, with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale. 49-Nothing to be removed until settled for. &T This is a genuine cleaning-up sale, as the owner intends leaving the county to engage in other business. JOHN LESSNER, Nov. 9—ts] Owner. By J. 8. Richardson & Sons, Auctioneers, Belair, Maryland. PUBLIC SALK OF— An Entire Herd of Choice Jersey, Guernsey and Shorthorn Cows, Registered Jersey and Shorthorn Bulls, Young Cattle, Horses, Hogs, And a Complete Dairy Outfit. The undersigned, intending to quit the dairy business, will sell at Public Sale, at his borne <v farm, located on the public snstH road, from Fallston, Md. Sc P.JHjfN R. R„ to Upper X Roads, twoMRMNB ■ 'mi/ 1 and one-half miles from tbe former, and one mile from the latter, on Tuesday, November 19th, 1907, At 10 o’clock A. M., THE FOLLOWING STOCK, Etc.: j One Bay Horse, 10 years old, sound and all right, will work any where.a first-class rider and driver, not afraid of steam or automobiles, and safe for a lady to drive; 1 Black Mare, 4 years old, sound and all right, will work anywhere, a nice rider and driver, not afraid of steam or automobiles, and safe for a lady to drive. HIS ENTIRE HERD OF HIGH-GRADE JERSEY. GUERNSEY AND SHORTHORN COWS, CONSISTING OF Q/\ COWS, COWS, COWS, COWB, OA Ov." COWS, COWS, COWS, COWS, oU Some with Calves by their sides, others forward Springers, the rest have been fresh but a short time and are giving a large flow of milk. 8 HEIFERS, that will be fresh in less than O a month’s time. Nearly all of the above O stock I have raised and selected from only the best cows. 49* ONE REGISTERED JERSEY BULL, two years old. ONE SHORTHORN BULL, two years old NINE FAT HOGS. THREE BROOD SOWS TWO CHESTER BOARS. One No. 6 Turbular Cream Separator for either band or sower, in first-class order. SIXTY-FIVE MILK CANS, in good order. One large Star Milk Cooler, nearly new. One Milk Wagon. TERMB OF SALE.—Ten months’ credit on sums of S2O and over, with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale. Notes made payable at Harford National Bank of Belair. 43. Sale positive without regard to weather, as they can all be sold under shelter. Nov. 9—ts] JOSEPH B. TWINING. FOR SALE. ON CHESTNUT RIDGE, Baltimore county, Md., 2 miles directly west of Texas, N. C. R. R.. 86 ACRES HEAVILY TIMBERED WOOD LAND, consisting of Chestnut, Oak, Hickory, Pine, Poplar, See. Btream running through the property and good location tor Sawmill. Apply to THOS. F. MATTHEWS. Canton ave. and Albemarle street, I Nov. 9—4t*] Baltimore, Md. i ______ gTOCK FOR SALE. ONE GOOD WORK HORSE. ONE FINE COLT and a BUNCH OF GOOD EWEB. Apply to W. H. RIDDLE, Nov. 2—3t] Fork, Md. 3p.ißcelXatxmis. l William Penrose, Attorney, 900 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. J -ia/rORTGAGKK’B SALK VALUABLE REAL ESTATE And Improvements, Situated Near Relay Station, on the Bal timore and Ohio Railroad, in Ualtimore Connty, The undersigned. Assignee of Mortgage, under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a mortgage from Henrietia E. Walzl to John M. S. Griffith, dated August 20th, 1900. and jag [recorded in the Mortgage Records of timore county, in Liber N. B. M., No. 216, folio 413, Ac., will offer at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES, on Tuesday, November 96th, 1907, At 3 o’clock P. M„ ALL THAT LOT OR PARCEL OF GROUND MORE PARTICULARLY DE SCRIBED AS FOLLOWB, TO WIT: Beginning for the same on the northwestern most side of Cedar avenue at a point distant six hundred feet, more or less, from the corner formed by the intersection of the northeastern most side of Catonsville avenue and tbe north westernmost side of Cedar avenue, which place of beginning is intended to be at tbe intersec tion of the northeastern most line of tbe grant to Charles W. Galloway and wife, as recorded among tbe Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber N. B. M., No. 195. folio 79, extended with the northwesternmost side of Cedar avenue and running thence northeasterly, bounding on the northwesternmost side of Cedar avenue four hundred and twenty feet, more or less, to inter sect the south westernmost line of lot Numbered “4,” as laid out iu a certain plan of lots known and designated as “Cedar Heights,” surveyed by William H. Shipley, surveyor, for Richard Waizl and recorded in the office of tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, in Plat Liber J. W. 8„ No. 1, folio 63; thence northwest erly and bounding on the said southwestern most line of said lot Numbered "4.” two hundred and fifty-five feet and six inches, more or less, to intersect tbe outermost line of the Walzl tract so surveyed as aforesaid; thence south westerly aDd bounding on the said outermost line of said tract four hundred and ten feet, more or less, to intersect the northeasternmost line of said grant to Charles W. Galloway and vKwmi* tliwsi Motrtneaatcny ana oounaing thereon two hundred and seventy-one feet and six inches, more or less, to the place of begin ning. CONTAINING TWO AND A-HALF A ACRES OF GROUND, MORE OR H LESS, AND IMPROVED BY A FINE LARGE THREE-STORY COTTAGE WITH PORCH IN FRONT. TERMS OF SALE —One-third cash and re mainder in six and twelve months; or all cash at option of purchaser; deferred payments to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent, and any and all to be secured by notes endorsed to the satisfaction of the Assignee of Mortgage. Cash deposit of SSOO will be required of the purchaser at time of sale. WILLIAM PENROSE, Assignee of Mortgage. ED. J, HERRMANN. Auctioneer, Nov. 2—ts] Rossvilie, Md. By Ed. J. Herrmann, Auctioneer, Roseville, Maryland. City Office—Boß Law Build ing, Courtland Street. BT ATTRACTIVE Auction sale OF— VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY, Consisting of Horses, Mules, Cows, Brood Sow, Fat Hogs, Poultry, Wagons, Farm Implements and Machinery, Harness, Corn, Hay, Straw, Fodder, Etc. The undersigned, having sold his farm, will •gt sell at Public Auction, ON CSSbst Lh'TV'vTHE PREMISES, situated onH3p n H the Philadelphia road, 8 milesXaUlfli ml.t 1 from Baltimore city and opposite the Baltimore Brick Company’s works, on Wednesday, November 90th, 1907, At 10 o’clock A. M„ sharp, THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROP ERTY, Viz: THREE FINE WORK AND DRIVING HOR SES. 1 GOOD MULE, an excellent leader; 7 COWS, all will calve near time of sale; 1 Fine Brood Sow and Pigs, 2 Fat Hogs, 160 CHICKENS, 1 two-horse Market Wagon, I one horse Market Wagon, 1 two-horse Manure Wagon, 1 one-horse Manure Wagon, 1 Farm Cart, 1 Dayton Wagon, 1 Dog Cart, 1 Mower, Binders, 1 Horse Rake, 1 Disc Plow, Spriog-tooth Har rows, Sulky Cultivators, Single and Double Plows, Harrows Cultivators, Corn Shelter, 2 Cutting Boxes, Wheelbarrow, Grindstone, Hay Forks, with Ropes and Pulleys complete; 1 Hay Baler, I Cider Press, 1 large Iron Boiler, 25 Mar ket Boxes, 50 Hotbed Sash, with Glass and Mats ; 2 large Grain Tubs, Single and Double Trees, Scythes, Hoes, Rakes. Forks, Shovels, Picks, Mat tocks, Axes, Blacksmith and Carpenter’s Tools, Log Chains. Cross-Cut Saws, Crowbars, Hay Knives and many other articles. Also, lot Sin gle and Double Wagon Harness, Carriage Har ness, Plow and Cart Harness, Collars, Bridles, Halters, Blankets. Ropes, Chains. etc. Also, 1 Cream Separator, Butter Churns, Milk Pots and other Dairy Utensils. Also, FIFTY BARRELS PRIME YELLOW CORN, TWENTY TONS No. 1 TIMOTHY HAY, FIVE TONS SECOND CROP HAY, TWO THOUSAND BUNDLES FODDER, FIVE TONS WHEAT STRAW, FIVE HUNDRED BUNDLES LONG RYE STRAW, Lot Seed Wheat, lot Manure. Also, Crops iu the Ground, consisting of Savoy and Flat Dutch Cabbage, Turnips. Brocoli, Carrots, Beets. Onion Sets, etc. Also, lot Doors, Lumber, Ladders of all sizes and in fact everything used on an up-to date farm to bo found at a genuine closing-out TERMS OF 8A LE.—All sums of S2O and under, cash ; over that amount a credit of nine months will be given, purchasers giving notes, with ap proved security, bearing interest from day of sale. to be removed until settled for. BTSALE POSITIVE, RAIN OR SHINE. ALBERT HOFMEIBTER, Nov. 2—ts] Owner. James Kelley, Attorney, Offutt Building, Towson, Maryland. jy/£ORTGAGKR’B SALE "VALUABLE FEE SIMPLE PROPERTY, Situate in Baltimore Connty, in the State of Mary land. Underand by virtue of tbe power contained in a mortgage from Filippo Costagginl to the JM Upper Falls Permanent Building •SC*elation of Baltimore county, dated De-Sill cember 13th, 1895, and recorded among the Mort gage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber L. M. B„ No. 181, folio 579, See., and which said mort gage has, by an assignment duly recorded, been assigned to me, default having occurred under said mortgage, I will sell by Public Auction, AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, at Towson, on Tuesday, December 3d, 1907, At 12 o’clock M„ ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND AND IM PROVEMENTS, Situate on the west side of the county road lead ing from Upper Falls to tbe Philadelphia road, about one-quarter of a mile south of Upper Falls and about one mile from Bradshaw Station, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, being all the land which by a deed dated July 10th, 1893, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber L. M. 8., No. 199, folio 92. See., was conveyed by William S. Keech et al., Trus tees, to Filippo Costagginl. to which deed refer ence is made for description and title of said land, containing THIRTY ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS. This laDd is improved by a good FRAME DWELLING HOUBE. STABLE AND OTHER NECESSARY OUTBUILDINGS. Most of said land is under cultivation and has considerable fruit trees upon same and situated in a good neighborhood and close to schools and churches. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash upon rati fication of sate, one-third in six months, and the balance in twelve months, deferred payments to bear interest from day of sate and to be secured to the satisfaction of tbe undersigned, or all cash, at the option of tbe purchaser. 43. A cash deposit of $l5O will be required from the purchaser as soon as the property is knocked down. All taxes and other expenses adjusted to day of sate. JAMES KELLEY, Assignee. JAMES L. NORWOOD, Auctioneer. Nov. 9—ts By James L. Norwood, Auctioneer, Upper Falls, Md. PUBLIC SALE OF— A Very Desirable Property, Bituated on the Road Leading from Fork to Baldwin Btatlon, In the Eleventh Election District of Baltimore County, And About Ten Minutes’ Drive from Baldwin Station, on the Maryland and Pennsylvania Bailroad, Sixteen Miles from Baltimore, and Adjoin ing the Lands of D. A. Harlan and the Late Albert Foard. The undersigned will offer for tbe heirs of tbe JM late William Dampman.ON THE PREM-jg) •PISES, on M Tuesday, November 19th, 1907, At 1 o’clock P. M. This farm consists of about TWENTY-NINE ACRES, MORE OR LESS ; About five acres in timber, balance cleared land. Improvements consist of a COMFORTABLE TWO-STORY FIVE-ROOM DWELLING. BARN. WAGON HOUSE AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS; Good wellof water at the door, land well watered by running stream, and has a number of good fruit trees. 4&.This property is located in one of the most beautiful and healthy sections of the county, convenient to schools, churches, postofflee and stores, and would make a very desirable home for anyone doing business in the city, as it is so beautifully located, within easy access of a rail road with six trains each way daily, and within one mile of tbe proposed electric railroad from Baltimore to Belair. A deposit of $l5O will be required on day of sate, balance in six months; or all cash at purchaser’s option. Nov. 9—ts] JOHN ARTHUR. -JOA-ONEY to loan. IN BUMB OF S6OO AND UPWARDB, ON FIRST MORTGAGE. Apply to WILLIAM S. KEECH, Feb. 17—tr Towson, Md. Money to loan—in sums to suit. ROBERT H. BUSSEY. Towson, Md. Feb. 10.—tf Residence Cookeysvllte PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Bulletin, THE NEW UNION STATION AT WASHINGTON. All tbe passenger trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad will enter and depart from the new Union Station at Washington on November 17th, 1907, and on the same date the present station at Sixth and B Streets will be closed to traffic. The date is singularly fitting. In 1807 both wings of the Capitol were completed, and now a century later a building even larger is opened for a great public utility, which did not exist at that time. The railroad terminal facilities at Washington have been inadequate for years, par ticularly at inauguration periods and on the assemblage of other large gatherings at the Capital. Their improvement was imperative and so it has come about that, by the com bined effort of the railroads and the United States Government, one of the largest and unquestionably the handsomest railroad station in the world is now provided not only for the convenience of the citizens of the United States, but as a notable architectural addition to the great public buildings of the Capital City. It is a monumental edifice and a worthy type of the future structures, whloh will make Washington the municipal beauty spot of the world. The station including the Concourse is longer than the Capitol and nearly as wide. The waiting room Is larger than the hall of the House of Representatives. The Con course, which is the train lobby, is longer than the interior of the Capitol building, if it were one continuous hall, and half as wide. It is the largest building ever constructed for a like purpose. Within this great structure there is every convenience the traveler can desire, so grouped about the central hall as to serve his purpose to the best advantage. The lofty arched entrances face a plaza as large as an ordinary city park t which will be laid out as a plaza and adorned with shrubbery and fountains. The trackage is sufficient for all demands upon it, and as the entrance to and exit from the trains are separated, the confusion and Jostling of hurrying crowds moving in opposite directions will be obviated. The bigness of the station is impressive; its utilities obvious. gjejjal Notices. Hennighausen A Stein, Attorneys, 915 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. East monument street perma nent BUILDING AND SAVINGS AS SOCIATION OF BALTIMORE CITY FS. GUS TAV A. KLEY AND WIFE. IN THE CIRCUIT Court fob Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 6th day of November. 1907. that the sale made and reported by Percy C. Hennighau sen, Attorney named in the Mortgage for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and con firmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 2d day of December, 1907 f Provided a copy of thisorderbe inserted ini some newspaper printed and published in Baltimore county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 2d day of December, 19OT. s 7^. reP ° rt Cle*?k be Nov. U 9—4t? y—T wYILIAM P. COLE. Clerk. Harry E. Mann, Attorney, 100 E. Lex ington St., Baltimore, Md. THE GERMANIA PERMANENT LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BAL TIMORE COUNTY VS. JAMES J. SULLIVAN AND JOHANNA SULLIVAN, HIS WIFE. IN the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, IN ORDERED, by the Circuit Court forßaltimpre county, this 7th day of November, 1907, that the sale made and reported by Harry E. Mann, At r torney named in the Mortgage, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and con firmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown, On or before the 2d day of December, 1907 / Provided a copy of this order he inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Balti more county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 2d day of December, 1907. s i; eport Btat<^b a ffi? Nov?9-°tV T WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. Charles Pielert, Attorney, 228 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. ■IaOTICE TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri bers have obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration on the estate of _ , FREDERICK B. WALTERS, late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against tbe said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers. On or before the 29th day of April, 1908; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under our hands this 24th day of October, 1907. CHARLES PIELERT. DORA E. WALTERS. Oct. 26—41] Administrators. Baldwin A Baldwin, Attorneys, 224 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNIE R. SMITH, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Balti more county, this 22d day of October, 1907, that the private sale made and reported by Margaret S. Adreon, Trustee and Committee, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause be ratified and confirm ed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 18th day of November, 1907 ; Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Bal timore county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 18th day of November, 1907. The report states the amount of sales to be $2,600.00. FRANK I. DUNCAN. Oct! 26-41 Py_Te wiLLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. Augustus M. Denhard, Attorney, Central Savings Bank Building, Baltimore, Md. S ANTON PERMANENT BUILDING AS SOCIATION No. 1. OF BALTIMORE CITY JENNIEC. HAMEL, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 31st day of November, 1907, that the sale made and reported by Augustus M. Den hard, Attorney named in Mortgage, for the sale of the property described in the proceed ings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless oause to the contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 28th day of November, 1907 f Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Baltimore county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 25th day of November, 1907. The report states the amount of sales to be $1,125.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk. True Copy—Test: Nov.2—4tT WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. Augustus M. Denhard, Attorney, Central Savings Bank Building, Baltimore, Md. S ANTON PERMANENT BUILDING AS SOCIATION No. 1, OF BALTIMORE CITY JAMES A. CARR AND FLORENCE M. CARR, HIS WIFE, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 31st day of October. 1907, that the sale made and reported by Augustus M. Den hard. Attorney named In Mortgage, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and con firmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown, On or before the 25th day of November, 1907, Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Baltimore county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 25th day of November, 1907. The report states the amount of sales to be $1,110.00 WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk. True copy—Test: , Nov. 2—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. Joseph B. Walter, Attorney, 222 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. MICHAEL A. McCORMICK, TRUSTEE, VS. SIMON FINN ET AL., in the Cir cuit Court for Baltimore County, in E OKDERED, by the Circuit Court for Balti more county, this 31st day of October. 1907, that the sale made and reported by Michael A. Mc- Cormick and John A. Brady, Trustees, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and con firmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 25th day of November, 1907, Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Balti* more county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 25th day of November, 1907. The report states the amount of sales to bj5450.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk. True Copy—Test: Nov. 2—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters testamentary on the ELIZABETH DUMER, late of said county, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber. On or before the 29th day of April, 1908 1 They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted tc said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 24th day of October, 1907. ANN IE L ABS AHN. Oct. 26—4t*1 Executrix. gjegaX notices. Julian S. Jones, Solicitor, 608-610 Equita ble Building, Baltimore, Md. TO CREDITORS. JT W. PUTTS COMPANY, In the A Body Corporate, —and— Circuit Court J. A. BOKEL COMPANY, A Body Corporate, for PLAINTIFFS, — VS.— Baltimore THE COUNTY CLUB OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, County, A Body Corporate, DEFENDANT, J In Equity. ORDERED by the Court, this 4th day of No vember, 1907, that James T. O’Neill and H. Car hart Shimer, the Receivers in tbe above cause named, give notice to all persons having claims against The County Club of Baltimore County, to file their claims, properly authenticated, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, On or before the 20th day of December, 1907> By causing a copy of this order to be published in some weekly newspaper in Baltimore county, once a week for three successive weeks before the 2d day of December. 1997. FRANK I. DUNCAN. JAMES T. O’NEILL. I H. CAKHART SHIMER, f Keoelvers - True Copy—Test: Nov. 9—4t] WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters testamentary on the estate of ANN WEBSTER. late of said county, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against tbe said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 7th day of May, 1908 ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 31st day of October, 1907. GEORGE W. FRANCIS, Nov. 2—4t*J Executor. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub scriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Baltimore county, letters testamentary on the estate of CATHERINE CATHELL. late of said county, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 7th day of May, 1908 ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 31st day of October, 1907. MARY J. CATHELL, Nov. 2—4t*] Executrix. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration on the estate of A. MARIA SCHMIDT, late of said county, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 7th day of May, 1908 ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 31st day of October, 1907. JOHN C. SCHMIDT, Nov. 2—4t*] Administrator. pXisjCjellaujeons. DANI£L~ RIDER, 1001 GREENMOUNT AVENUE, BALTIMORE, Md., COMMISSION * MERCHANT For the Sale of Hay, Grain and Straw. Orders for Mill Feed, Gluten Feed, Cotton Seed Meal, Oil Cake Meat, Salt, fto., will receive prompt attention. fMoh. 80—ly JOHN O. DEI, —MANUFACTURER OF Neat’s-Foot Oil and Axle Grease, BAYNBSVILLE, Md. C. A P. Phone: P. O. Address: Towson, 76 F. Towson, R. F. D. No. 6. |y Persons having dead horses, mules, cows, etc., on their premises can have them removed by notifying me, but I will no longer pay for them as heretofore. [Bept. 7—ly* T7IIRE INSURANCE. INSURE YOUR HOMES AND FARM BUILD INGS IN THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN HARFORD COUNTY. BELAIK, MD. (Incorporated in 1843.1 Rates 30 per cent, lower than other Companies. All risks prompt ly met. ARP I ? to JAMES KELLEY, Director. Mch. 7.—tf. Towson Md. P. R. BUCHWALD, Tinner aid Plumber, LAURAVILLE, BALTIMORE COUNTY, Harford Road, Opposite Grindon Lane. 49" 80th Phones. [Moh 16-ly -nyrOUNT MORIAH LODGE, 116, 4 A. F. A A. M. /V\ A stated communication of Mount Moriah Lodge. A. F. A A. M.. will be held in THE TEM PLE, Towson, Eirst and Third Tuesday of Each Month, At 8 o’clock P. M. By order of the W. M. JAMES E. DUNPHY, Oct. 7—tf Secretary. VEGETABLE + PLANTS I CABBAGE (OF ALL VARIETIES, lettuce 1 FOR fall setting. SAMUEL W. SHANKLIN, Oct. 12—tf] Fullerton, K. F. D., Md. J. MAURICE WATKINS L SON, —DIALERS IB- Staple, Fancy & Green Groceries Fruits in season. Fresh and Salt Meats. Full line of Tobaccos, Foreign and Domestlo Cigars, Ac. Sept. 7— ly TOWSON. Md. fJ&ißCjellaneicm*. By James t. Norwood, Auctioneer, Upper Palls, Md. PUBLIC SALE OF— A School Building And Lot Containing Fifty-Nine Perches, Near Baldwin Station, Long Green Valley. The Board of School Commissioners of Baltl 90S%more county will offer at Public ON THE PREMISES, Tuesday, November 19th, 1907, At 3 o'clock P. M„ THE SCHOOL BUILDING AND LOT CON TAINING FIFTY-NINE PERCHES, MORE OR LESS, NEAR BALDWIN STATION, MARYLAND A PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, KNOWN AS BCHOOL No. 4, DIS TRICT No. 11. 49" A cash deposit of SSO will be required on day of sale, balance within sixty days. •3.8 Y ORDER OF THE BOARD. JOHN ARTHUR, Commissioner in Charge. ALBERT S. COOK, Secretary. [Nov. 9—ts rpHE PIKES VILLE NATIONAL BANK. No. 8867. Treasury Department, 1 Office of Comptroller of the Currency, V Washington, D. C.. September 11.1907. ) Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that— -THE PIKEBVILLE NATIONAL BANK,” In the village of Pikes ville, in tbe county of Bal timore, and State of Maryland, has complied with the provisions of the statutes of the United States, required to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of Banking. Now Therefore, I, William B. Ridgeley, Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that “THE PIKESVILLE NATIONAL BANK,” in the village of Pikesville, in the county of Bal timore, and State of Maryland, is authorized to commence the business of Banking, as provided in Section Fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. : Seal of the : of, witness my hand and : Comptroller : seal of office this eleventh : of the : day of September, 1907. : Currency. : WILLIAM B. RIDGELEY, • Comptroller of the Sept. 21—9t] Currenoy. OF APPLICATION Tlie Canton Railroad Company, a Body Corporate, for the Grant of a Right or Franchise to Lay a Track and Crossing as Herein after Mentioned and to Operate Cars Thereon. To the Honorable, the Highways Commission of Baltimore County: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the un dersigned has filed its petition with tbe High ways Commission of Baltimore county tor the grant of a tight or franchise to lay down and operate a single track across Eastern avenue, in Baltimore county, adjacent to and parallel with ■ tbe crossing of tbe outfall sewer now being con structed by tbe City of Baltimore, as shown on the plat filed at the office of the Highways Com mission of Baltimore county with said petition. At the expiration of the time required by law the said Canton Railroad Company will make application for granting the said right or fran chise on tbe road as above mentioned. CANTON BAILROAD COMPANY. By W. B. BROOKS, President. s NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tbatany tax -5 payer or other person having property rights in • volved in the granting of the above franchise, > may file objections thereto in writing with tbe ) Clerk of the County Commissioners before the expiration of three weeks from November 9th, , 1907. B. STANTON BOSLEY, j Nov. 9- Btl Chief Clerk and Auditor. j A PPLI CATION TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE. Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 for Baltimore County, > Towson. Md.. Nov. Bth, 1907. I Notice is hereby given, that application has been made to this office for the transfer of li cense to sell spirituous or fermented liquors from 7 Melchor Guttenberg, 436 Gough street, 12th dis ‘ triot, to Conrad Nasemann, 436 Gough street, 5 12th distriot. And that unless cause be shown in writing to the contrary, P On or before the 24th day of November, 1907, a the transfer applied for will be Issued, provided the applicant complies with all the requirements of law. WILLIAM P. COLE. , Nov. 9—2t] Clerk. ■ S NUO FAKM FOK BALK- The undersigned, intending to abandon farm gtting. offers for sale his FARM OF 92H JBM ACRES, about 75 acres under cultiva-"3ff tlon, balance in timber; all necessary improve ments, fruit, good water, &o.; excellent neigh borhood, with all conveniences. Apply on the premises at Sweet Air, Baltimore county, or ad : dress, EUGENE POCOCK, ' Aug. 17—tf] R. F. D„ Baldwin, Md. VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. [ A lot of ground on Delaware avenue, EastjH 8 Towson, improved by a BTONE DWELLING, substantially built, with nice surroundings and very pleasant neighborhood, known as tbe M. P, i Parsonage. For terms and further particulars, i Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., No. 383. Real Estate. Towson, Md. , May 27—tf JNVEST IN BALTIMORE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-438,40,44,46 W. Twenty-third st., Baltimore. Ground rent S6O. Rent per month j sl4. Price SSOO each. Al 2 per cent, invest -1 ment. J. HERBERT HOOK. Nov. 2—3t] 16-17 Law Building. Baltimore. TJOND PAPERS FOR TYPE WRITING. 7 1 Persons in need of Paper of this char acter can have their orders filled prompt i > ly by addressing ) f THE UNION OFFICE, May 11—tf] Towson, Md. VTONKT TO LOAN. - I have on hand TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE SECURITY the following sums of money:—s2Bo, $360, $630, S7OO, SI,OOO, $1,200, $1,600, sl.B*, $2,600. $3,000 and $5,000. Some of the above will be • ‘oanedats* Percent. w, GILL SMITH, Moh. I.—tf. Towson, Md. TirANTED. A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN as house keeper in a family of three persons. Would fn°t oblCCt 10 m °JEREMIAH e BAUBLITTB. Glyndon. R. F. D., Md. Residence on the Ridge, near the Dover road. Nov. 2—3t* B TO LOAN. 6 I have SEVERAL THOUBAND DOLLAR . TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE, In sums to suit. Apply to JOHN J. TIMANUB. Attorney at Law, Nov. 4.—tf. Piper Building, Towson. Md. Y7IOR SALE. ELEVEN (11) MONTHS OLD FULL BRED SWISS STALLION PONY. Sire, dam and colt can be seen at Stock Farm of , Mb. J. MORRIS MORRISON, Long Green Station, Balto. county, Md. l Nov. 9-2 t J XpARM FOR RENT. TWO HUNDRED ACRES near Mantua Mills, 4th distriot, Baltimore county, Md. Either on shares or for money rent. d r chil( , - Nov. 9—it] Glyndon, (B. F. D.) Md. I T7IARM FOR RENT. ;, A FARM OF 135 ACRES, near Greenwood, 11 miles on tbe Harford road; about 75 acres tilla ble. Possession given March 1, 1908. Apply on - the premises to F. T. DkBAUGH, Nov. 9—3t*l Glenarm, R. F. D., Md. TO ~ '• On first mortgages on real estate, in sums of SI,OOO and upwards. Apply to JAMES KELLEY, Attorney at Law, Towson. Md. July 28 -tf rpo LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE. ' One sum of S6OO, one sum of SBOO, one sum of SI,OOO, one sum of $2,000. _ JOHN F. GONTBUM, Attorney at Law. Towsontown, Md. May 4.—tf ■ TyjONEY TO LOAN. In any sum from S6OO to $5,000 on first mort gage, must be gilt edge, at 5Jf per cent. , JAMES P. OFFUTT, Attorney at Law, Towson, Md Feb. 18—tf jyjULES FOR SALE. A PAIR OF MULBB, seven years old. Good workers. D. C. MARSHALL, [Baldwin P. 0.l Sweet Air, Md. Nov. 9— 2 t TO LOAN. I IN SUMS OF FROM SSOO TO $6,000 on first mortgage. Apply to of Attorney at Law, Towson, Md. Aug. 27. -tf TTEREFOBP BULLS FOR SALE. (HtVEN REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS, 2 years RIDER. Nov. 9—3tT Towson. Md. T WANT TO BUY TWENTY GOOD FREBH COWS. Apply to HARRISON RIDER, ( Nov. 9—3t] Towsod, Md. TTIOR RENT. BROOKWOOD FARM IN DULANY’B VAL LEY. Apply to D. M. MATTHEWS, Nov. 9—*t] Dulany’s Valley (R. F. D.)Wd.