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TOWSON. Md.
Saturday, - August 22,1908.
LON6NECKER BROS.,Editors and Proprlotora.
$1.50 per annum—in advance. Pottage pre
paid. No subscription taken for
late than else months.
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NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
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FOR PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT,
or OHIO.
POR VICE-rRESIDENT,
JAMES S. SHERMAN,
. or NEW YORK.

For Electors of President and Vice-President:
AT LARGE.
JOHN A. BOBINBON. of Harford county,
ALBERT G. TOWERS, of Caroline county,
DISTRICT ELECTORS.
ROBERT 8. ADKINS, First District,
Dr. LUTHER KEMP, Second District,
JOSEPH Br6OKB. Third District,
M. T. nrr.no nos, Fourtn District,
J. WEBB THOMAS, Fifth District,
MOSES BOMBERGKK, Sixth District.
CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATION.
For Representative in the Sixty-First Congress
of tno United States from the Second Con
gressional District of Maryland,
ROBERT GARRETT,
or BALTIMORE COUNT r.
Election—Tuesday, November 3d, 1908.
Candidate Taft, in his address to the Vir
ginia Bar Association at Hot Springs, said that
the greatest question now before the American
people is the improvement in the administra
tion of justice, civil and criminal, "both in
the matter of its prompt dispatch and the
cheapening of its use.’ ’ He admitted that there
seemed to be no adequate remedy to the in
equality of the law for rich and poor, but
greater promptness and the denials of endless
appeals would help much.
In an editorial on the Maryland county fairs
the Baltimore American says: "Every year
the county fairs—each and every one of them
—are just a little better than the exhibitions
that were given the year before. The manag
ing committees, of course, t\ave to do some in
genious inventing in order to briDg abont this
progressive betterment, but according to gen
eral opinion, ranging over a long period of
years, they succeed year after year in raising
the limit of excellence.”
On Thursday, August 20th, the Baltimore
American celebrated its 135th birthday, the
first issue of the paper having appeared in that
city, August 20th, 1773. That is a remarkable
age for a newspaper, but this one has lost none
of its vigor because of its accumulated years.
In fact it is better today than it ever was and
enjoys a large circulation and fine advertising
patronage. We congratulate General Agnus
upon the success of the American since it has
been under his management.

The formal notification of Hon. James S.
Sherman of his nomination for Vice-President
of the United States by the Republican Na
tional Convention took place at the candidate’s
home in Utica, N. Y., on Tuesday . Senator
Burrows, of Michigan, chairman of the noti
fication committee, spoke, as did also Secretary
Root. Mr. Sherman’s response was a hearty
"jJarylandmember of the committee. *'
P-BMUMABLY-wirtu the industrial depression
of the past year, the death rate from accidents
by rail appears to be on the decrease. The
Accident Bulletin of the Interstate Commerce
Commission for the first quarter of 1908 shows
a total of 125 passengers and employes killed,
as compared with 220 such deaths in the pre
ceding quarter, and with 346 in the one before
that. The latest record is the smallest since
these statistics were first collected in 1901.
DuTing the first quarter of this year the num
ber of deaths of passengers and employes from
all causes was 728, against 1,092 in the prece
ding quarter. In the same period the number
of casualties was 15,441, the least within three
years.
Eugene V. Debs, the Socialist candidate for
President, is quoted at his Indiana home as
saying that the Independence party is not
likely to be an appreciable factor in the pres
ent campaign. It seemed clear to him that
Hearst’s party was brought into existence
from motives of pique and revenge and not
from principle. He added: “Had Bryan
supported Hearst for the nomination for the
Presidency four years ago there would not now
be an Independence party in the field. Every
objection which Hearst makes to Bryan now
could have been made with equal reason eight
years ago.” Debs believes that the truly radi
cal Democrats will not be halted by Hearst in
their run for Socialism.
Mr. Trank Sherwood Hambleton, who
went; abroad in July, accompanied by Mrs.
Hambleton and several of their children, died
suddenly at Bad-Nauheim, Germany, Sunday
last. His health had not been good for some
time and his trip to Europe was hastily planned
in the hope of being benefited. Mr. Hamble
ton, who was in the 54tn year of his age, was
one of the leading bankers of Baltimore city
and occupied a prominent position in financial
circles as the head of the banking bouse of
Hambleton & Co. He was the only son of the
late T. Edward Hambleton, from whom he in
herited a large fortune. "Hamblednne,” the
beautiful country place of the Hambletons, is
situated near Lutherville, and the family is
well known in Baltimore county. The re
mains of Mr. Hambleton are now on their
way to this country, accompanied by his wife
and
A New religious denomination has been in
corporated in Chicago by Albert Blakely
and his wife, Jennie Blakely, under the name
of the "Kingdom of Heaven Church of the
Firstborn.” The couple profess to have re
ceived a divine manifestation from out of the
clouds fifteen years ago—August 29th—and
they declare that ill will befall anyone who
discusses it before the fifteenth anniversary.
Blakely is a carpenter and has been a close
student of the Bible for a long time. He and
his wife were formerly members of the Latter
Day Saints’ Church, and expect a large fol
lowing from that creed and from among
Hebrews. Some of the objects of the denomi
nation are given in the charter as follows : To
rule and refine; to redeem Zion ; to set up the
heavenly sanctuary ; to bind up the testimony
and seal the law; to work after the spiritual
order of God in ail Divine ordinances, etc.
It is a rare thing for any crookedness to be
found in any of the municipal offices of Balti
more city and here is a case that has some
peculiarities: Robert Lee Cochran was a pop
ular young clerk in the office of Building In
spector Preston. One day last week something
led to the discovery that all was not right in
connection with Cochran’s accounts and in
vestigation revealed the fact that by means of
forged vouchers he had defrauded the office
out of $565. As soon as Cochran discovered
that his books were under examination he
suddenly disappeared from the office without
hat or coat and, although detectives have been
making the most diligent search for him, noth
ing has been heard of him from that day to
this. One of the worst features about the case
is that Cochran was married to a young girl
only two or three days before the discovery of
his crookedness. She has no knowledge of
his whereabouts and is almost crazed with
grief at his absence.
"AN OUTRAGEOUB OUTRAGE."
Ellicott City Timet.
The Maryland House of Correction—instead of
being a prison for malefactors wbo have com
mitted crimes against tbe people of the State—
has become a bouse of detention for bolding
persons, at State expense, wbo have committed
tbe benious crime of walking along the sides of
railroad tracks while looking for employment.
This Is all wrong. It is certainly more of a crime
to deprive a person of bis liberty, to brand him
as a felon and to prevent his making an honest
living than it is to use a path to walk on, a path
already constructed as a smooth roadway, even
If said path happens to be on the lands of a pub
lic corporation. The occupancy of the path does
no barm, unless it leads to overt acts, and then
punishment should only follow as tbe law intends
for a specific overt act clearly proven.
In the Maryland House of Correction there are
now about 800 persons confined, at a heavy cost
to tbe taxpayers of the State. Of those confined
fully 200 are classed as railroaders, those who
have been arrested, convicted and sentenced
for having walked on railroad property, but who
have not committed any crime against the citi
zens of the State. This is an outrageous outrage
and the people of Maryland should not fall to be
aroused against it. One day last week 36 prison •
ers in tbe above class were received at the House
of Correction, the most of them arrested on the
main stem of tbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
between the Relay House and Mt. Airy. In the
gang from the Washington branch of same rail,
road was a boy about 18 years of age, a son of a
well known resident of Baltimore county. The
young man, through stress of hard times, lost
his position as a clerk at Savannah, Oa. Ho was
furnished with transportation to Newport News,
Va. Being of an independent nature he deter
mined to foot it home. He passed safely through
Virginia, being hospitably treated, but he had no
sooner reached his native soil at Bladensburg
when he was arrested, convicted and is now
wearing a felon’s brand in a prison cell in the
Maryland House of Correction—an outrageous
outrage.
The plan as worked is for the railroad to fur
nish the -officers to make tbe arrest; the arrested
persons are then turned over to local officers who
carry them before local magistrates and it fol
lows in turn, the local officers are paid, the
magistrates are paid, the Jailor is paid, the turn
key is paid, the deputy sheriff is paid for convey
ing the prisoners to the prison, and the counties
in which the arrests are made foot the bills,
about *20.00 to the man on the average—an out
rageous outrage. Will the good people of Mary
land stand for such an outrage? We believe
not, because Mideaval miscarriage of justice was
temperate as compared with what the intelligent
people of Maryland are now allowing within its
borders.
Slaves to Imaginary Necessities.
Appleton' Magazine.
Were It not for the thousands of people who
are slaves to imaginary necessities, we might
have avoided the panic of last October. It was
these people indirectly who brought it on. It
was these people who suffered most when it
came. The laws of nature are iron in their
retribution. The man who is earning S3O a week
and spending sls does not fear panics. Neither
does the man who is earning $50,000 a year and
spending $25,000. Sailors who do not know how
to reef their sails would be at the mercy of
squalls. People who do not know how to cut
down their expenses are at the mercy of panics.
A certain rich New Yorker, who retired from
the Stock Exchange recently, started business
forty years ago with three friends. When times
were prosperous he could not afford to live aa
well as they did. When times were bard they
bad to borrow money of him In order to live at
all.
Ants as Weatber Prophets.
Chicago Tribune.
Ants as weather prophets afford new testimony
to the cleverness of these small animals. When
you go out on a spring morning and find the ants
busily engaged in clearing out their nests and
dragging the sand and bits of earth to the surface
you may be sure that no matter bow cloudy it is,
there will be no rain that day, and the probabili
ties are for several days of good weather. If,
however, you see the ants about the middle of a
spring or summer afternoon hurrying back to
the nest and a sentinel trotting out in every
direction looking up stragglers and urging them
to go borne as soon as they can get there, you
may figure on a rain that afternoon or night.
When tbe last of the wanderers is found the
picket hurries in and the nest is securely sealed
from the inside to keep out the water. It is
seldom that ants are taken by surprise by the
approach of a shower.
Providence and Alfalfa
Hovttvn Poet.
contributing to the country’s profperity. It has
gradually extended over the arid plains of tbe
great West and Southwest, filling the barns of
the provident husbandman, making glad the
heart of the stockman and adding to the wealth
of the country until there has come to be a well
defined belief that Providence and alfalfa are
working together for the prosperity of the
country.
Profitable Feed for Cattle.
Ennis ( Tex.) Newt.
A train load of cattle sold in Omaha recently
for $20,000, being exactly $8 per hundred pounds
for every steer on board. These cattle were
fattened on a mixture of corn and alfalfa. To
encourage feeders to take up the balanced ration
as best for cattle, tbe packers are to have ex
hibits at tbe National Corn Exposition to be held
in Omaha next December, and will show in the
cuts of meat the superiority of that from alfalfa
corn fed steers.
We have all heard of kindly hearted women
who believed that sending red flannel night
caps to Africa would have a civilizing influ
ence, and even silk bats and paper collars have
been given savages with grotesque effect. It
has remained for these later days to prove that
the dress coat is not a desirable article to send
to cold regions at least. There men waut more
warmth than show. Dr. WilfredT. Grenfell’s
vessel is in Boston harh.ir, talcing a cargo of
cast off clothing and i.i her gifts for tbe poor
of Labrador, among whom Dr. Grenfell labors.
It has been necessary to warn tbe good people
of Boston that the men of tbe Labrador and
Newfoundland coasts do not, as a rule, dress
formally for dinner. Last year one swallow
tail coat which was sent out in a box of cloth
ing found its way into Dr. Grenfell’s hands.
After deliberating the doctor performed a sur
gical operation on the tails, and, buttoned
tightly round the oily body of a young Esqui
mau hopefnl, the coat made as good a Spencer
jacket as the heart could wish. But the medi
cal missionary doesn’t want any more open
face coats.
“If the direct primary system is wrong,
then government by tbe people is wrong.”
With this striking sentence the reform Gov
ernor of Missouri, Joseph W. Folk, endsasen
sible public statement made in answer to the
criticisms of the Missouri primary law which
followed its recent trial.
The Socialist party of the Bixth district of
Maryland has nominated Sylvester L. V.
Young, of Hagerstown, for Congress. Mr.
Young is a real estate broker and has before
been the nominee of the Socialists for the
House of Representatives.
Mr. Kern says Indiana will surely go Dem
ocratic this year. Was it an accident that In.
diana voted twice against Bryan, and twice
against Kern when he ran for Governor?
gcixr Advertisements.
JIOK SALE.
FRESH COW AND CALF. Apply to
JAMES E. RUFENACHT,
Aug. 22—2t*] Lauraville, Md.
JJIOR SALE.
ONE PAIR OF GOOD MULES, one a good
leader; also, A No. 1 FRESH COW.
Apply at 3825 CEDAR AVENUE.
Aug. 22—It] Baltimore, Md.
-yy ANTED.
A CLERK IN STORE; must apply well rec
ommended. Address,
H. W. DILWOKTH.
Aug. 22—2tl Hyde. Md.
-yyANTED TO BUT OR RENT,
A SMALL FARM, within ten miles of Balti
more. Address, E. R. TAYLOR.
1046 W. Hopkins avenue,
Aug. 22—3t] Baltimore, Md.
L OST.
From "Fellowship Farm.” near Towson, a
WHITE POMERANIAN POODLE, with brown
spot over right eye. Liberal reward if returned
to T. A. B. DUKEHART.
Aug. 22—It*] Towson, Md.
JJIOB SALE.
A LARGE GRAY PERCHERON MARE,
sound and true; 1 Light Milk Wagon, 1 Roller,
Harness of different kinds, 1 Incubator and Bone
Cutter, and 5 new Coal Stoves.
WANTED TO BUY-Several FIRST-CLASS
FRESH COWS, with calves by their sides.
Address, Mrs. THOMAS PEERCE,
R. F. D. No. 1, Olenarm, Md.
Aug. 22—2 t
2£eiu JiAuertiscmcnts.
; yyANKi£ ~
A WORKING FARM MANAGER, with fam
ily, on Glen Ellen Farm, 3# miles north of Tow
son. Apply ON PREMISES.
Aug. 22-it*
yy ANTED.
A RELIABLE WHITE GIRL, of fourteen or
fifteen, as nurse; good home.
Address, Mbs. T. SCOTT OFFUTT,
Aug. 22—2t] Towson. Md.
JQHOPB FOR BENT.
WHEELWRIGHT AND BLACKSMITH
SHOPS at Greenwood, Baltimore county; also
Dwelling. Good stand for business.
Apply to MARION SHEARMAN,
Court House, Towson, or on the premises.
Aug. 22 3t
jpiARM FOR BENT.
A FARM FOR RENT OF 100 ACRES,3X miles
west of Cockeysville; good buildings; land in
fine state of cultivation. Possession given March
Ist, 1909. Apply to
HARRY C. HAILE.
AugJß2eow—til Cockeysville, Md.
J^OTICE
Of the Division of the First Precinct of the
First District.
Office of the Board of Supervisors 1
of Elections of Baltimore County. V
Towson, Md., August 20,1908. S
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the
power and authority contained In Chapter 10 of
the Acts of tbn General Assembly of Maryland,
passed at the Special Session, 1901, the Board of
Supervisors of Elections of Baltimore County
has divided the First Precinct of the First Elec
tion District and creating a New Precinct, to be
designated as tbe Fifth Precinct of the First
District, and have defined the limits of said New
Precinct, as follows:
Reginningat the intersection of Ben’s Run and
the Patapsco River, and running thence with said
run northerly to the Dogwood Road; thence with
the centre of said road easterly to the Franklin
Road; thence southeasterly with said road to its
intersection with the Shell Road in Franklin
town; thence southwesterly with said Shell Road
to the Johnny Cake Road; thence southeasterly
with said road to Ingleside Avenue; thence
southerly with said avenue to tbe Old Frederick
Road; thence westerly with said road to the
RoiliDg Road; thence northerly with said road
to Powers’ Lane: thence westerly with said lane,
to the Patapsco’ River, and tfyence northwesterly'
■ with said river to the point of beginning.
That portion of the First Precinct of the First
District lying to the south of the Old Frederick
Road, to be designated as the First Precinct, and
that part lying to the north of said Old Frederick
Road, and included within tbe limits above set
forth, to bo designated as the Fifth Precinct of
First District.
CHARLES H. WISE, President,
GEORGE A. DAVIS.
JARRETT N. ZIMMERMAN,
Board of Supervisors of Elections
of Baltimore county.
THOS. J. HUNTER. Clerk. Aug. 22-4 t
Emil Budnitz, Attorney at Law, 90 East
Lexington Street, Baltimore.
Attorneys sale
-OF—
VALUABLE FEE-SIMPLE PROPRERTT
At St. Denis, Baltimore County, Md.
In pursuance of the power contained in a mort
gage from Charles H. Rolf and Sophia L. Rolf,
*j)his wife, to the Scott Street Loan and MM
J Savings Association No. 1, of Baltimore
ty, dated February 1,1906. and recorded among
the Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in
Liber W. P. C., No. 262, folio 332. the undersigned.
Attorney named in said Mortgage, will sell AT
PUBLIC AUCTION. ON THE PREMISES. AT
ST. DENIS, Baltimore eounty, on
Monday, September 14th, 1908,
At 4 o’clock P. M.,
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, BEING
A PART OF THE PROPERTY DE
SCRIBED IN SAID MORTGAGE:
Beginning for the same on tbe easternmost
side of Main street, fifty feet southeasterly from
the southeast corner of Main street and B street,
and running thence southeasterly one hundred
and twenty-four feet and nine inches to the
Washington turnpiae; thence binding on said
turnpike northeasterly one hundred feel; thence
northwesterly parallel with Main street one
hundred and twenty-one feet, and thence south
westerly parallel with B street one hundred feet
to the place of beginning, being Lots Nos. 38, 40,
42,44 and 46 on the Plat of St. Denis.
IMPROVED BY A TWO STORY FRAME
DWELLING WITH TIN ROOF.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, one-third
in six months and one-third in twelve months,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser; credit
payments, if any, to bear Interest from day of
sale and to be secured to the satisfaction of the
undersigned.
X9S~ A deposit of SIOO required of the purchaser
at the sale.
EMIL BUDNITZ,
Attorney named in the Mortgage.
PATTISON & GAHAN, Auctioneers.
Aug. 22—ta
Hamee L. Norwood, Upper Falls, and Wm.
M. Risteau, Towson, Md., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES’ SALE
—OF— j.
VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE AND
nuihu u District of
Baltimore County, Md., Near Glen
arm Station, Maryland and
Pennsylvania Railroad.
BPLENDID COUNTRY BEATS IN A PRO
GRESSIVE COMMUNITY.
The UDdersigned.Trustees. underand by virtue
of a decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore
® county, in Equity, passed on tbe 15thM
day of August, 1908, In the consolidated wWI
cases of Joseph Gwynn and wife and John E7L.
Gwynn, plaintiffs, and Margaret J. Gwynn and
others, defendants, pending in said court, will
offer at Public Auction, on that part of tbe
premises on which the said Margaret J. Owynn
now resides, located about one-half mile east
from the eastern branch of the Harford turn
pike and two and one-half miles from Olenarm
Station, and near the country seat of Charles J.
Bonaparte, Esq., on
Thursday, the 17th day of September, 1908,
At the hour of one o’clock P. M.,
ALL THOSE SEVERAL TRACTS OF LAND
of which tbe late Joshua Owynn died seized and
Sossessed, and whioh were conveyed to said
oshua Owynn by and through certain deeds,
certified copies of which are filed in these pro
ceedings and to which reference is hereby made
for title.
SAID LANDS WILL BE OFFERED IN THE
FOLLOWING MANNER:
The Trustees will offer Lot No. 1, known as the
“Home Tract,” containing
102 X ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
This is the place where sale of real estate will
take place. It is well adapted to building sites
or as a farm and is very productive. The im
provements consist of an ELEVEN ROOM
BTONE AND FRAME DWELLING, with good
Barn and all necessary outbuildings; abundant
ly watered, with strong orchard of pear, cherry,
plum and peach trees. This property is about
45 minutes’ drive from Harford Road Electric
Cars, 2H miles from Olenarm Station, Md. & Pa.
R. R. About three-fourths of this tract is cleared
ground, while the proposed new electric trolley
road, when completed, will pass through the
southeastern corner of the property—the wood
land section. This tract has a right of way in
common with others to the east branch of Har
ford Turnpike Road, as outlined on Plat with
Trustees.
Also, they will offer Lot No. 2, known as the
“Eastern Division of Lower Place,” containing
49 ACRES, 2 ROODS AND fe SQUARE PER
CHES OF LAND, MORE OK LESS,
adjacent to Lot No. 1, with right of way as pro
vided for Lot No. 1. This tract is improved by
an EIGHT-ROOM FRAME.DWELLING, with
Barn and otberoutbuiidings, is well watered and
has a good orchard. There arc about 8 acres of
good timber on this tract.
Also, they will offer Lot No. 3, known as the
“Western Division of Lower Place,” containing
35V ACRES OF LAND. MORE OR LESS,
adjacent to Lot No. 2, with right of way as pro
vided in Lots Nos. 1 and 2. This tract is improved
by a FOUR-ROOM HOUBE. well watered and
has a strong orchard. It has all tbe advantages
of "sunnyside land.”
Also, they will offer Lot No. 4, known as the
“Pike Place,” eontaining
ONE ACRE OF LAND, MORE OR LESS,
improved by a DWELLING OFEIGHT ROOMS.
Horse Stable. Wagon Shed and other outbuild
ings, well watered. It is the 13-Mile House on
the eastern branch of the Harford turnpike,
formerly used as a store; near Lots Nos. 1,2 and 3.
Also, they will offer Lot No. 5, known as the
“Olenarm Place,” containing
12V ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS.
This tract is located on the west branch of the
Harford turnpike, but a short distance from the
Railroad Station at Olenarm, Md. & Pa. R. R.,
(about 5 minutes’ walk.) This lot is adapted to
building and tilling purposes, of high order.
HTSaid Trustees will offer the whole estate,
comprising all tbe land from Lot No. 1 to Lot No.
5, inclusive, separately, in lots as numbered and
indicated, and will also offer Lots Nos. 2 and 3 as
an entirety. The whole estate, consisting of the
five lots mentioned, will be offered in entirety
and the land will be sold either in lots or as a
whole, as may be most advantageous to the es
tate, and for this purpose reserve the right to
receive or reject any or ail bids, and the sale of
no lot to be binding on said Trustees, until after
the same has been offered and accepted in accord
ance with this advertisement.
This property is splendidly situated, in the
heart of Long Green Valley, convenient to
churches, schools, steam and electric transpor
tation, and presents an unusual opportunity to
secure most desirable property. The soil is fer
tile and the estate is so divided as to give to the
purchaser an opportunity to buy a place ranging
from 12V acres to 200V acres, more or less, the
amount in the entire tract.
Those who bold property in the immediate
neighborhood are Hon. Charles J. Bonaparte,
Messrs. Caleb Burton, Frank Foard and George
Haile.
All charges adjusted to day of sale.
THE TERMS OF SALE ARE-One-third cash,
one-third in 6 months and the balance in 12
months, deferred payments to be secured to the
satisfaction of tbe undersigned. Trustees, and to
bear interest from day of sale; or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser or purchasers.
If sold as a whole, a cash deposit of S6OO will be
required of tbe purohaser at tbe time of sale. If
sold in lots. SIOO on each lot will be required.
69-A plat of the property can be seen at the
office of each of tbe Trustees and will be exhlb
itedat sale.
at Glenarm will meet trains
of Md. & Pa. R. R. leaving Baltimore at 11.30 and 1
Bel Air at 10.45 a. m.
JOHN 8. ENBOR. 1
Towson. Md. I
HARRY S. CARVER, i
Belair, Md.) Trustees.
JOSEPH GWYNN, I
603 N. Eden St.. I
Aug. 22- ta Baltimore, Md. J
Jiducictisjcmjcntß.
PPLICATIOII
—FOR—
TBANSFEK OF LIQUOR LICENSE.
Offici of the Clerk of the Circuit Court j
for Bai/timore County, \
Towson, Md.. August 21d, 1908. )
Notice is hereby given that application has
been made to this office for the transfer of li
cense to sell spirituous or fermented liquate
from •
Nicholas C. Lenhoff, Fullerton, 14th district, to
The New Maryland Country Club, Park Heights
avenue, 3d district.
And that unless cause be shown In writing to
the contrary.
On or before the 6th day of September, 1908,
the transfer applied for will be granted, provi
ded the applicant complies with the require
ments of law. WILLIAM P. COLE,
Aug.22—2tl Clerk.
FAIR AKD RACES!
PROSPECT PARK
Eastern Avenue Extended,
ItALTI MORE, M(l„
SEPT. 8,9,10, II and 12,1908,.
BICES SET BICES
AND STEEPLE-CHASES ,
-DAILY.-
. * %
First-Class Vaudeville Show
IN GERMAN VILLAGE.
POOL SELLING AND BOOKMAKING.
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.
Aug.22—3t
W. Gill Smtth, Attorney, Second National
Bank Building, Towson, Md.
SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN T O W 8 O N, MARYLAND.
The Same Being a Sixty Foot Lot With
Improvements, Located on tbe
West Side of Bosley Avenne, in Towson,
Baltimore County, Md.
By virtue of a power contained in a mortgage
from William K. Burns and Marian L. Burns to
JMMarcie A. McComas and others, dated AS
•2? the 6th day of June, 1904, and recorded Biia
among the Mortgage Records of Baltimore coun
ty, in Liber W. P. C.. No. 246, folio 24. &c„ the
undersigned. Attorney named in said Mortgage,
will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION. ON THE PREM
ISES, Towson. Baltimore county, Maryland, on
Tuesday, the 95th day of August, 1908,
At the hour of 12 o’clock M„
All the property described in said mortgage as
follows:
Beginning for the same at the distance of 75
feet northerly from the northeast corner of the
lot of ground as conveyed February 18th, 1873, by
Dr. Bosley to Henry German, (see Land Records
of Baltimore county. Liber E. H. A., No. 79. folio
375, Ac.,) and running thence westerly and paral
lel to the first line of said recited lot 156 feet to
the centre of a twelve foot alley; thence north
erly and bounding on the centre of said alley 60
feet; thence easterly parallel to the first line
thereof and to tbe first line of the German lot 156
feet to the west side of said Bosley avenue:
thence southerly, bounding on the west side of
said Bosley avenue 60 feet to the place of begin
ning.
EWThe improvements consist of A LARGE
COMFORTABLE FRAME DWELLING,
nearly new, in first-class condition, contain
ing Reception Hall, Double Parlor, Kitchen,
four Bed Chambers, Bath Room and Attic,
cellar under the whole house, ARTESIAN
WATER, Sexton RaDge, Ac.
69" This property is most beautifully located,
high, and commanding a view that has to be seen
to be appreciated. All taxes and other charges
adjusted to day of sale.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third Cash, one-third
in six months and the balance in twelve montlM,
deferred payments to bear interest; orall Cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of
$250 required at time of sale. - • •*
.: *. . vJ4£^J r T l ß^i?>fS-ta f J
By William M. Risteau, Auctioneer.
PUBLIC SALE
—OF—
VALUABLE STOCK,
Farming Implements, Dairy Fixtures,
Etc , at Pleasant Plains Farm,
Baltimore County,
Maryland.
By direction of the owner I will sell at Public
Auction, at Pleasant Plainer
/j-'Tt'N Farm, between Hilien nnd'MD
cyy\ Joppa roads, about IV miles
southeast of Towson, on ™ ,l "' r
Thursday, August 97th, 1908,
At 10 A. M..
S9-THE STOCK, FARMING IMPLEMENTS
AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
OF SAID FARM,
which has been leased. I name in part:
One Sorrel Mare, good driver; 3 good Work
Horses, 1 black Mule, 1 four-horse Wagon, 1 two
horse Wagon, broadtread ; Cart, Log Carriage,
Mowing Machine, 2 Corn Workers, Chain Corn
Planter, Halleckweeder, Spring-tooth Harrow,
3 Oliver Chilled Plows, other Plows, Cultivators,
Shovel Plow, Scythes, 3 Cross cut Saws, Planet,
Jr., Seed Sower, Clover Seed Sower, Bench Vise
and Pipe Vise. Pulley and Shatt, with about 30
feet Rubber Belting, Ice Hooks and Tongs,
Churn, Butter Worker and Table Printer, lot 5-
gal. Milk Cans, Log Chain, Maul and Wedges,
Axes, Hammers, Wheelbarrow, Grindstone, Cir
cular Saw and Frame, Farm Sled, 84 feet 1-inoh
Rope, 2 Cypher Incubators, 2 Cypher Brooders,
Oil Tank, Dairy Compound, 1 barrel Galloway’s
Disinfectant, set of splendid Wagon Breeching,
Farm Saddle,l set double Express Harness, 4 sets
Plow Harness.B Horse Collars, 5 Halters, set Cart
Harness. Single and Double Trees, Mattocks,
Picks, Shovels, Forks, Crow Bar, Whitewashing
Machine, and many other articles. ,
TERMS-CASH.
WILLIAM M. RISTEAU. Auctioneer,
Aug. 15—ts] Towson, Md.
TO I.OAN.
I have on hand TO LOAN ON MORTOAOR
SECURITY the following sums of money:—s2so,
$350, $530, S7OO, SI,OOO, $1,200, $1,500, SI,BOO, $2,500,
$3,000 and $5,000. Some of the above will be
leaned at 5V per eent.
W. GILL SMITH,
Mch. I.—tf. Towson, Md.
pROPERTY FOR RENT.
We offer for rent THE WESTERN RUN
SCHOOL HOUSE PROPERTY, adjoining farm.
The building will be improved to suit tenant for
Dwelling or Store.
Apply to GRANVILLE MATTHEW'S.
Aug. B—tf] Cockeysville, Md., or at Farm.
JJONEY TO LOAN.
In any sum from SSOO to $5,000 on first mort
gage, must be gilt edge, at 5V per cent.
JAMES P. OFFUTT,- • >
. .. Attorney at Law. Towson, Md
Feb.lß—tf n
jyj-ONEY TO LOAN.
IN SUMS OF FROM *SOO TO *5,000 on first
mortgage. Apply to
NOAH E. OFFUTT,
Attorney at Law, Towson, Md.
Aug. 27. -t
57J500 TO — N>
On first mortgages on real estate, in sums of
SI,OOO and upwards. Apply to
JAMES RELLEY,
Attorney at Law, Towson. Md.
• July £8 -tf
pOR SALE.
A HANDBOME SADDLE HORSE, suitable
for Lady ; and TWO GOOD WORK HORSES.
JAMES W. VANCE.
Aug. 15—3t] Monkton, Md.
JOSHUA B. TODD,
Eastern Hay Scales, Baltimore, Md.
Agent for the purchase and sale of HAY,
STRAW AND GRAIN. Telephones-Mt. Ver
non 1334 w.; Courtland 6671 w. [Aug. B—3t
WHEAT ! ! ! SEED WHEAT ! i!
STRICTLY CHOICE~SEED WHEAT FOR
SALE. A. G. KOLK.
Long Green P. 0., Md.
69" C. & P. Phone, Fork Exchange, 17-13.
Aug. 15—3 t
pOK KENT.
STORE AT MANOR, MD. Present renter
having bought home. Possession given Novem
ber Ist. 1908. Address, T. M. PEARCE,
Aug. 15—2t] Manor, Md.
piANO FOR SALE.
ONE STIEFF SQUARE ROSEWOOD-CASK
PIANO; cost originally $500; now in good order.
Apply to R. T..
Aug. B—Bt] Phoenix, Md.
pOR SALE.
ONE COMBINATION HORBE. weighs about
1,000 lbe.. and a ONE-HORSE TOP WAGON,
good as new. Apply to J. T. FULKER.
Aug. 8- 3t*] Phoenix, Md.
g£olll gjCrtiXJCS.
Harry E. Parkhurst, Attorney, 55 Gunther
Building, Baltimore, Maryland.
QRDEK OF PUBLICATION.
Ex Parte, Trust Estate of Andrew A. Lynch,
Circuit Court of Baltimore County,
in Equity, Docket 13,
Folio 63.
Petition of Ernest Hoen, Jr., to be Re
lieved of the Trusteeship in
this Cause.
ORDERED, by the Circuit Court of Baltimore
county, in Equity, this 30th day of July, 1908,
upon tbe aforegoing petition and affidavit and
accounts filed in this cause, that Ernest Hoen,
Jr., the Trustee in the above entitled cause, give
notice of his application to he relieved and.dis
charged from the further execution of tbe trust
by advertisement inserted in some newspaper
published in Baltimore county, once a week for
four successive weeks, before the 24th day of
August, 1908, warning all persons to show cause,
if any they have.
On or before the 7th day of September, 1908,
why tbe application of the Trustee should not
be granted. FRANK I. DUNCAN,
True Copy—Test:
Aug. I—4t] WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
C. Alex. Fairbank, nr., Attorney at Law,
643 Calvert Bldg, Baltimore, Md.
JOHN H. DUNCAN, ASSI ONEE, YB.
CHARLES STEWART LEE AND WIFE,
in the Circuit Court for Baltimore Coun
ty, in Equity.
ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore
county, this 25tb day of July, 1908. that the
sale made and reported by John H. Duncan.
Assignee, for the sale of the property described
in tbe proceedings in the above entitled cause,
be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the
contrary thereof be shown,
On or before the 94th day of August, 1908 ;
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 24th day of August, 1908.
The report states tbe amount of sales to be
$8,250.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
True Copy—Test:
Aug. I—4t 1 WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk.
. C. Alex. Fairbank, nr., Attorney at Law,
643 Calvert Bldg., Baltimore, Md.
PI ALEX. FAIRBANK, JR., ASSIGNEE,
VS. FRANK H. SLOAN AND MARGUE
RITE H. SLOAN, HIS WIFE, in the Circuit
Court for Baltimore County, in Equity.
ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Balti
more county, this 31st day of July. 1908, that
the sale made and reported by C. Alex. Fair
bank, Jr., Assignee, for the sale of the property
described in the proceedings in the above enti
tled cause.be ratified and confirmed, unless cause
to the contrary thereof be shown.
On or before the 94th day of August, 1908,
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 24th day of August, 1908.
The report states the amount of sales to be
$700.00. . WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
True Copy—Test:
Aug. I—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk.
D. H. Emory, Attorney at Law, 997 St. Paul
Street, Baltimore, Md.
LAURA D. SHIPLEY ET AL. VS. DAVID
H. CARROLL ET AL., in the Circuit
Court for Baltimore County, in Equity.
ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore
county, this 4th day of August, 1908, that the pri
vate sale made and reported by David H. Carroll
and Ethelbert H. Shipley, 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 31st day of August, 1908 ;
Provided a copy of this order be inserted in
somo newspaper printed and published in Balti
more county once in each of three successive
weeks before the said 31st day of August, 1908.
The report states the amount of sales to be
*600.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
True Copy—Test:
Aug. B—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk.
W. Gill Smith, Attorney at law, Second
National Bank Building, Towson, Md.
WO ILL SMITH, ASSIGNEE, VS.
• GEORGE C. WEDDELL, in the Cir
cuit Court for Baltimore County, in
Equity.
ORDERED, by the Cireuit Court for Balti
more eounty, this 12th day of August. 1908, that
the sale made and reported by W. Gill Bmith,
Assignee, lor the sale of the property desoribed
in the proceedings in the above entitled cause,
be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the
contrary thereof be shown.
On or before the 7th day of September, 1908,
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 7th day of September, 1908.
The report states the amount of sales to be
$1,975.00. WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk.
True Copy—Test :
Aug. 16—4tj WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
nohn Mays Little, Attorney , Piper Building,
Towson, Maryland.
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
JOHN T. MAYS,
, late of said county, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against the said estate are hereby
A mW'kffirTtilMHk VAyoft^iHidrSTl^m
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 13th day of
August, 1908. ELIZABETH E. MAYS,
Aug. 15—4t*3 Administratrix.
Harry E. Mann, Attorney at Law, 100 East
Lexington Street, Baltimore, Md.
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
PETER SCHNEBELEN,
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 subscriber.
On or before the 13th day of February, 1909 ;
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 sth day of
August. 1908. SUSANNA SCHNEBELEN,
Aug. B—4t*l Administratrix.
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
MARTHA E. AKEHURST,
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 90th day of February, 1909 ;
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 13th day
of August, 1908.
RICHARD E. AKEHURST,
Aug. 15—4t*] Executor.
DOUBLE TOURNAMENT
AT BAUER’S PARK,
SIX-MILE HOUBE, HARFORD ROAD,
WEDNESDAY, A U G V 8 T 96TH, 1908,
Commencing Promptly at 2.30 P. M.,
@F"In which some of the Best Riders in the
State will participate.
officers :
Chief Marshal—F. C. K ilchensteln.
Assistant Marshal—William Gettier.
Orators—Charge to the Knights, Howard Fox;
Coronation Address, A. P. Shanklin.
Judges—E. J. McGraw, Hugh Reilly. T. Wells
Cole. O. Jordan McComas, Charles H. Knox, Dr,
L. I. Whiteford, Alex. Slaysman, Jr., Joseph H.
Frank, J. Matthew Doyle and Dr. Walter H.
Vinal.
_ Time-Keepers—John Spurle and Michael Butt
lie r.
' 69-Prizes for the Professional Class, S2O, di
vided as follows: Ist, $8; 2d, $7; 3d, $3; 4th, $2.
, I-Erlzes Sot ..tbe Amateur Class, $lO. divided as
; I follows : Ist, $4; 2d, $3; 3d, $2 ; 4th, sl. Tbe sec
ond four in each class will have tbe privilege of
crowning a Queen and her Maids. Five dollars
in gold to tbe best equipped Knight. Entrance
fee for Knights, sl.
69- Knights desiring to enter the contests will
send their names and titles to the undersigned
on or before August22d.
69-Music by Prof. Votta’s Orchestra.
Dancing Pavilion Under Cover.
Excellent Supper Served.
ADMISSION TO GROUNDS, ADULTS, 25 cts.
CHILDREN FREE.
Take Harford Avenue Cars, whioh Pass the
Grounds. MICHAEL BAUER,
Aug. 15—td] Parkville, Md.
TTIOR SALE.
A RUBBER-TIRE RUNABOUT and a SET
OF BRASS-MOUNTED HARNESS for same,
both good as new.
Apply to J. FRANK BOWEN,
346 Roland avenue, Hampden. Baltimore, Md.
Aug. 8-3 t
-yy'ANTKD.
Information regarding the present location of
AMELIA E. SLADE, Administratrix of tbe
estate of Florence J. D. Chappell.
Address, P. O. BOX 885,
Aug. B—3t] Waterbury, Conn.
VTONBY TO LOAN.
1 have SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLAR
TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAG E, in sums to
suit. Apply to JOHN J. TIMANUS.
Attorney at Law.
Not. 4.—tf. Piper Building, Towson, Md.
TTIOR SALE.
ONE THOROUGHBRED JERSEY BULL,
2K years old, and ONE BROOD MARE, with
foal at foot. Apply to
HOWARD L. RIDER,
Aug. 15—3t*l Rider, Md.
xy-ANTED.
A SINGLE WHITE MAN on a farm; must
have good reference.
Apply to GEORGE F. JONES,
Hoen Farm, head of Dulany’s Valley.
Aug. B—3t*
TTIOR SALE.
■ONE FAMILY MARE, weighs 1.200 lbe.. quiet
and safe driver. Apply to W. E. POCOCK.
Aug. B—3t*] Phoenix, R. F. D., Md.
Second National Bank \
TOWSON, McL.
PAT TOUR BILLS BT CHECK.
Thousands of bills are annually paid a second time simply because neither
party has any sure evidence of the first payment.
The man you pay may forget to give you credit; you may lose the
receipt, or even neglect to mark the account paid.
But if you deposit your money in our bank daily, or as it suits you, and
pay your bills by check, you never pay them a second time. Our bank pays
your check, and when the man who forgets to give credit demands a second
payment, your little check settles the matter and keeps you both straight.
Besides it is the business way of doing business, and you will find it the
safest and most convenient way of settling accounts.
We want your account. Why not start with us now?
—:OPPICERS: —
THOMAB W. OFFUTT, ELMER J. COOK, l VICE-PREBIDENTB THOS. J. MEADB.
President. Harrison rider, > ' Cashier.
—DIRECTORS :
Thomas W. Offutt. W. Bernard Duke, Henry C. Lonqneoker,
Elmer J. Cook, Wm. A. Lee, Z. Howard isaao,
Harrison Rider, Chas. H. Knox, Noah E. Offutt,
John I. Yellott, W. Gill Smith, John V. Slade.
Jan. 25—ly.
The People’s Annual Re-Union!
rY l.and s T/1
' am AND mm
BALTIMORE COUNTY
TIMONIUM, N. C. R. R.,
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 1,8, 8,4„ 6, 1908.
All lie 1 lemures ogfl Mom New and Mirociite Ones.
Best Stock Show in the State ! Largest Exhibit of Machinery !
WEDNESDAY—MAYOR’S DAY.
28 races in five days. 28
Eighteen Running Races and Steeple Chases. Ten Harness Races.
FOUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS GRAND STANDS.
It is the intention of the Managers to make the Fair a Record Breaker.
| Open Air Horse Show!
Larger and Better than Ever.
| THURSDAY—GOVERNOR’S DAY.
SPECIAL ACROBATIC ATTRACTIONS
>
Daily in front of Grand Stands.
Music by Baltimore County Bauds.
FRIDAY—CHILDREN’S DAY.
All Children Under 12 Years of Age Admitted Free.
■ Admission, - - 25 Cents.
■ Children Under 12 Years, 15 Cents. Each Horse, 25 Cents.
LUTHERVILLE. Md. [Aug. 6-4t] RABPEBURG, Mb.
; - HißAn war
WE ABE MANUFACTORS AND DEALERS IN
CARRIAGES
Light Vehicles, Harness and Horse Goods
OF ALL KINDS AND A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
; PRICES TO SUIT ALL.
RUNABOUTS AND TOP BUGGIES from •50.00 to *300.00.
1 STYLISH FOUR-PASSENGER CARRIAGES from 5130.00 to 275.00.
We are located where our expenses are so small we defy competition.
The Kelley Springfield Rubber Tire put on while you wait,
i UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS m
JOHN ARTHUR & SON,
FOBK, ZB&l'tim-ox*© County,
MD. PHONE, BEL AIR 432. Mar. 14-6 m. C. & P. PHONE, FORK 20-2
Z. Howard Isaac, Attorney, Masonic Build
ing, Towson, Maryland.
VTOBTOAGB SALE
—VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT,
On West Side of Bosley Avenue,
Towson, Maryland.
JM PROPERTY CONSISTS OF A LOT g|a
“fronting thirty-seven and on*
HALF FEET, MORE OR LESS, BY
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
SIX FEET, MORE OR
LESS, DEEP.
f'-fmproved by a comfortable TWO
STORY AND ATTIC DWELLING, con
taining 6 rooms and bath room.
Safe, Tuesday, August 98th, 1908,
At 12 o’clock M.. on the premises.
BT'FOR PARTICULARS, SEE Towson News.
Z. HOWARD ISAAC.
Aug. I—ts] Attorney named in Mortgage.
Application
-fob
transfer OF LIQUOR LICENSE.
OrricE of the Clerk of the Circuit Court )
for Baltimore County, >
Towson. Md.. August 14.1908. 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 . ,
Joseph Scbepling. O’Donnell street extended,
near Twenty-first street, 12th district, to Philip
Homberg, 1707 S. Clinton street. 12th district.
And that unless cause be shown in writing to
the contrary,
On or before the 30th day of August, 1908
the transfer applied for will be issued, provided
the applicant complies with all the require
ments of law. WILLIAM P. COLE,
Aug. 15—2t] Clerk.
TTIOR SALE.
A FARM, CONTAINING 50 ACREB, MORE
OR LESS, about one-half mile from Dance’s
Mill, 10th district. About 45 acres under culti
vation, the balance in wood. The land is in a
good state of cultivation and easily tilled ; well
watered by spring and well. Improved by Frame
House, Stable, Orchard and is well fenced. For
further information apply to
JOHN C. LINS, Executor,
Residence—Knoebel.
P. O. Address—Baldwin, R. F. D. No. 1, Md.
Apl. 25 —tf
JIARM FOR RENT.
The FINE, PRODUCTIVE FARM, on Du
lany's Valley Turnpike, west side Gunpowder. 4
miles from Towson, 200 ACRES, with privilege
of sowing crop of wheat this fall. Possession
March Ist, 1909. _
Apply to H. C. MERRYMAN.
On Premises, or
GEO. H. MERRYMAN.
Aug. 15—3t*l Towson, R. F. D. No. 8.
'DAMS FOR SALE.
A CHOICE LOT OF RAM LAMBS FROM
IMPORTED HAMPSHIRE RAM that weighed
150 lbs. when eight months old, and of Grade
Ewes. WILLIAM CHAMINGS,
Chestnut Grove Farm,
Aug.l—tf) Mt. Vista, Md.
pWR SALK.
NINE BTRAIGHT-BRED ROSE-COMB
BROWN LEGHORN HENS and 1 ROOSTER.
Apply to H. C. KEAGY,
Aug. B—3t] Towson, Md.
T7WR SALE.
A lot of fine FOXHOUND PUPPIBB, Wil
liams’, Bywater’s and Maryland crosses. Will
sell cheap as we are overstocked. Any hunter
wanting first-class hounds, here is his chance.
SCHMIDT BROS..
Aug. B—3t] R. F. D. No. 6, Towson. Md.
Money to loan-in sums to suit.
ROBERT H. BUBBBY,
Towson, Md.
Tab. 10.—tf Residence Cookeysville
T. Scott Offutt and Z. Howard Isaac, Attor
neys at law, Towson, Md.
TRUSTEES’ SALE
—OF—
Valuablo Real Estate, Known as
BOSLEY’S HOTEL,
Located at the Junction of the Dulany’s
Valley and Baltimore and Yorktown
Turnpike Roads, in Tow
sontown, Md.
Under and by virtue of a decree of the Circuit
MB Court for Baltimore county, in Equity, JBfll
ELI passed in the cause of Scott et al. vs.• 2?
Bosley et al., the undersigned. Trustees, will
offer for sale, at Public Auction, ON THE
PREMISES, on
Monday, August 31st, 1908,
At the hour of 12 M.,
ALL THAT VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY,
consisting of a rectangular lot fronting 110 feet
on Joppa road and 216 feet on Dulany’s Valley
turnpike, containing about
ONE HALF OF AN ACRE OF LAND. MORE
OR LESS.
IMPROVED BY A VALUABLE BRICK
HOTEL BUILDING,
Containing about 15 rooms, and fine conseiva
torv for plants, &c.; also. Large Stable and Shed
ding, suitable for hotel purposes; Hen House
and Outbuildings.
The Hotel is HEATED BY A HOT WATER
PLANT AND LIGHTED BY ELECTRIC
LIGHTS; also, has GAS CONNECTION and
WATER IN KITCHEN.
ISfTbis property is being sold to dose an
estate and has been a VALUABLE HOTEL
BTAND for many years and affords a valuable
opportunity for any one desiring to go into the
Hotel or Restaurant Business.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, balance
in six and twelve months equally, or all cash, at
purchaser's option; deferred payments to bear
interest from date of sale and to be secured to
the satisfaction of the Trustees.
AM"A deposit of five hundred dollars will be
required or purchaser at time of sale.
ELEANOR D. BOSLEY, 1
T. SCOTT OFFUTT. V Trustees.
Z. HOWARD IBAAC, j
Aug. B—ts
Harry E. Mann, Solicitor, 100 X, Lexing
ton Street, Baltimore, Md.
SALE
A BNUU LITTLE FARM,
On the Camp Chapel Road, East of Har
ford Tprnpike,
Baltimore Connty, Maryland.
By virtue and in pursuance of the power of sale
contained in a mortgage from Albert D. Kirken
dall and Sarah E. Klrkendall.his wife,to Leonard
JM Lang, dated January 14tb, 1886, and re-gEh
corded among the Mortgage Records of Mia
Baltimore county, in Liber J. W. 8., No. 118, folio
342, &c., the same having been assigned to me by
assignment dated July 2d, 1904. and in pursuance
of an order of resale passed by the Circuit Court
for Baltimore county, on July 30tb,19Q8, and at
the risk of the former purchaser. I will sell at
PUBLIC AUCTION, on the premises, on
Wednesday, August 30th, 1908,
At 4 o’clock P. M.,
the following property, viz:
s9"Beginning for the same at the west corner
of a lot conveyed by Leonard Lang to Benjamin
Burton, and running north 65 degrees, east 2114
perches; then north 1114 degrees,west 61 perches;
then north 76 degrees, west 2214 perches; then
south 1114 degrees, east 7714 perches to the place
of beginning, containing
TEN ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS,
Being the same property upon which the said
Albert D. Kirkendall formerly resided. The im
provements are a
}OT SMALL LOG DWELLING. STABLE
AND OUTHOUBES. IN FEE SIMPLE.
TERMB OF SALE.—Cash on ratification. The
purchaser must deposit $75 at the sale.
80PHIA KUBST,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
PATTIBON it GAHAN, Auctioneers.
Aug. I—ts
TTIOR SALE.
9,000 BUSHELS OF OATS, AT 50 CENTS
PER BUSHEL.
Apply at MT/PROSPECT FARM.
Robert M. Taylor, Proprietor,
Au 15—3t] Towson} Md.
fKUsjcelXaixjeous.
WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE,
WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND.
FORTY-SECOND year opens
SEPTEMBER 10TH, 1008.
PERFECTLY SAFE, where your sons and
daughters are surrounded by the best moral
and religious influence; where pure moon
tain air and water keep them healthful, and
where new buildings equipped in modern
fashion house them in comfort.
WISELY planned for both sexes, but re
citing in separate classes; making educa
tion its great business, and keeping athletic
and social matters incidental; reducing the
cost so as to reach the largest number, but
tolerating no student who will not study.
THOROUGH, offering three se P^!f r . c °t
fnr the decree of A. B. one with Greek and
two without; well equipped
ing • good Library; Gymnasium, and a Fac
ulty of twenty-one specialists.
OF GOOD REPUTE. You will find our stu
dents every where, ask them. Without large
endowments or splendid gifts from the rich
we have slowly built up a College whose only
claim is the good work It does, and this has
kept it growing for forty years.
REV. T. H. LEWIS, LL. D„
May 23—4m*] President.
JJORSES BROKEN AND fqr gpjSKD>
manor gleiTrace track.
BREAKING *2O PERMONTH ;
TKAINING *3O PER MONTH,
FEED INCLUDED.
I have driven to their fastest records Neeretta,
2:09* ; also. Roan Wilkes,_p., 2:04*. and a num
ber of others. Have also raced Don Cozine, p.,
2:10, and Rector, 2:10*. and others.
I have also had experience in preparing Show
Horses and High Steppers.
Will take a limited running horses.
Mch. 14—Cm*] Monkton, (R. F. DJ Md.
GEORGE S. SANDNER. JOHN F. MUMMA.
GREEN Si INI
SANDNER * MUMMA, Proprietors.
Long Green Station, Maryland & Penna. R. K.
Postofflce—Gittings, Md.
GUARANTEED.-**
LOUIS HERGENRATHER, Jr„ Agent, Tow
son Pharmacy. Towson. Md.
arve solicit a share of public patronage, as
suring our patrons of the very best service, at
reasonable prices. I J ul y iy
STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE.
FINE GROWN PLANTS OF
THE CELEBRATED
FENDALL STRAWBERRY,
pTAND OTHER CHOICE VARIETIES, - **
will be ready for delivery from the 10TH
of AUGUST to DECEMBER IST. 1908.
Send for Descriptive Circular and Price
List and let us book your order at an
eBrIy CHARLES E. FENDALL & SON,
Aug. I—2m] Towson, Maryland.
J. T. KAUFFMAN & SON,
Saddles, Harness,
AND STABLE SUPPLIES,
Including Brambles’ Horse Foot Remedy,
408 ENSOR STREET,
Oppo. No. 6 Engine House. BALTIMORE. Md.
C. & P. Telephone.
Deo.2By
LIME! LIME ! LIME!
Having resumed the business of Burning Lit**,
we are now prepared to
FURNISH IN ANY QUANTITY
Whitewashing, Building and Agricul
tural Lime.
SHANKLIN~& JENIFER,
KILNS AT LOCH RAVEN.
May 30—lyl BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD.
STEVENSON’S GOAL YARDS
RIDER, H, R.
COAL of ALL KINDS
For sale at Lowest Market Rates.
49-Orders filled promptly. A share of patron
age solicited. Address,
ALLEN BTBVBBON. ?
Rider P. 0., Baltimore county. Md.
Nov. 16—ly
gOSIEY & DOI LENBERG,
Surveyors & Oivil Engineers,
Office—PlPEß BUILDING,
TOWSON, MD.
49-C. & P. Phone—Towson, 78 F.
F. D. DOLLENBERG, Jr., County Surveyor,
Feb.22—ly
JOHN O. DEI,
—MANUFACTURER OF
Neat’s-Foot Oil and Axle Grease,
BAYNESVILLE, Md.
CAP. Phone: P. O. Address:
Towson, 70 F. Towson, R. F. D. No. 6.
DF~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. [Sept. 7—ly*
TTY IRK INSURANCE.
INSURE YOUR HOMES AND FARM BUILD
INGS IN THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY IN HARFORD COUNTY. BBLAIB,
MD. (Incorporated In 1843.) Rates 30 per cent,
lower than other Companies. All risks prompt
ly met. Apply to
JAMES KELLEY, Director.
Mch. 7,-tf. Towson Md.
PIANOS tuned
In Any Part of the County.
Address, JOSEPH A. NEUMAYER,
Raspeburg, R. F. D., Md.
C. & P. Tel.—Hamilton 4-k. [Sept. 21—ly*
J DICKSON O’DRLL,
SURVEYOR,
Office—No. O OFFUTT BUILDING,
_ TOWSON, Md.
Dec. I—ly
John T. Harkins,
SURGICAL WTERINABIAN. r
RING BONE A SPECIALTY.
Perfoftns operation removing feeder,
which I claim to be the only cure
May 23—3m] FOREBT HILL P. 0., Md.
OOUNTRY PROPERTY WANTED,
FOR CUSTOMERS.
J. LELAND HANNA.
D^^°H-iy Üble Bdßd *" n F. Baltimore, Md.
ENSOR BROWN & SON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
MARBLE HILL, COCKKYBVILLE, Md.
P. O. Address—Phoenix, R. F. D., Md.
nfurnished on short notice. Jobbing
Dec k 2B-ly Pt y Rttended <.
rjTRESPASS NbTICES FOR SALK
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS printed on mu*-
Hn at *I.OO per dozen and 50 ota. per half
•^A 0 ® 0 ® 0 / "THE UNION.”
Sept. 39. tf. Towson. kd.
TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE.
> <
x" srsi,
$7,000 AND J&W™ **

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