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i’UWSON, Md.
Saturday, December 20, 1908.
IQNBNECKER BROS.. Editor* and Proprietor*
SI.SO per annum--in advance Pottage pre
paid. fTo subscription taken for
loot than ate month a.
ere. k r. phohe-towsow 2ii_
"THE UNION’S” BIRTHDAY.
With this issue The Baltimore
Coumty Usion celebrates the 59th an
niversary of its birth and it affords ns
much gratification to say that its af
fairs—both in the matter of general
business and subscriptions—were never
more prosperous than at present. The
year jnstclosing has been in all respects
a satisfactory one for the publishers
and for this we feel moat grateful to
onr large and CSfistanily growing list
of patrons, whose favors are always
duly appreciated. It is our aim to pub
lish a clean and wholesome country
newspaper—one that is fit to go into
the household and be read by every
member of the family with interest
and pleasure. We will continue to
put forth our best efforts in this direc
tion and this is the only promise we
think it necessary to make at this t
time. . 1
To all the patrons and friends of The
Union we extend the compliments of i
the season and earnestly wish them A '
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
It surprises the public to learn that the cost ■
of the postal franking privilege last year was (
$42,000,000, or more than twice the amount of {
the postal deficit. This leak demands the t
prompt attention of Congress. ]
The Border States, Missonri, Kentucky, 1
West Virginia, Maryland and Delaware, gave j
Taft 5U2.Z 63 votes and Bryan 840,033. There is
a Republican party south of the old dividing ,
line and it is growing vigorously, says the Bt. ,
Louis Globe-Democrat. i
The Postmaster General states that postal
employes pay surety companies $200,000 a year
and that the average collections by the Gov
ernment from surety companies and individual
bondsmen is less than $30,000. A reduction of
rates to the employes would be the fair thing.
In a short speech from the rear of his coach
at Beaumont, Texas, William Jennings Bryan
talked of his defeat in the recent Presidential
election. He said that the American people
were divided into three classes, the great mid
dle class, the corruptible class and the timid
class, and it was the two latter classes that de
feated him, he said.
It has been announced at Washington that
Mr. Roosevelt’s hunting trip in South Africa
is not to be a private enterprise, but that be
will lead an expedition outfitted by the Smith
sonian Institution. He will start from New
York in March, 1909. Three representatives
of tbe institute will accompany the President,
and his son Kermit will go as official photo
grapher. Roosevelt is to pay his own and his
nasi'.i i. an wth*srlp.
Cabinet building appears to be a favorite
occupation of some of the daily newspapers
these days and some of them have already
constructed complete ones for President-elect
Taft. So far as is positively known but two
men have been fixed on by Mr. Taft —Senator
Philander C. Knox, of Pennsylvania, for Sec
retary of State, and Frank H. Hitchcock, of
Massachusetts, for Postmaster General. If tbe
other selections are as good as these two there
could be nothing more to be desired.
Dr. Harlan Shoemaker, of the Methodist
Hospital at Philadelphia, has innoculsted
himself.and an assistant physician and two wo
men nurses with antityphoid serum as an ex
periment, the first of tbe kind to be made in
this country. Dr. Shoemaker declared that
the reactions in all four cases had been satis
factory, the fever and pain lasting four days.
The city authoiities have great hopes of ward
ing off the epidemic which now threatens tbe
city, by general vaccination, as is done in case
of yellow fever.
That blind bees make the best honey is a
discovery announced at the Maryland School
for tbe Blind. Report says that tbe statement
aroused intense interest among the inmates of
the institution and gave many of them en
couragement. "Our bee keeper,” said one of
the teachers in the school, “has discovered a
breed of blind bees that make tbe best honey
on earth, and we've got the first installment.
The bees, having through generations lost
their sight, have so keenly developed tbe senses
of smell and taste that they are able unerringly
to pick out the sweetest flowers.”
Ex-Gov. Frank Brown, who was appointed
City Collector by Mayor Mabool, has gotten
into something of a snarl with the bosses of
his party in Baltimore and he has lately been
puttingup some pretty plain talk. Beingasked
a few days ago if be intended to support tbe
disfranchisement amendment the ex Governor
said : “Well, you know it is a party measure,
but a great many Democrats are not going to
vote for it, and you can put that down as an
established fact. They think they can put it
. through (meaning the Democratic bosses), but
they are going to be disappointed, to my way
of thinking.”
Pmr gRHiHf. who was in charge of Mary
land’s horticultural exhibit at tbe Council
giving a summary of the results accom
plished by Maryland’s exhibit, which was
taken from the display recently made in
the Fifth Regiment Armory, in Baltimore.
Many of tbe exhibits securing premiums were
those displayed in Baltimore by young men
who graduated or took special courses in agri
culture at the Maryland Agricultural College.
Maryland secured 19 first premiums, 5 second
premiums and 4 third premiums. In the ex
hibit of sweet potatoes Maryland captured first
premium over all competitors. In the seed
exhibit the State exhibit secured fifth premium.
In the general award of premiums Maryland
got slsl in cash.
The Republican campaign against the suf
frage amendment in Maryland was opened in
in Baltimore, on Friday night, December 18th*
when Collector of Customs William F. Stone
gave a dinner at the Union League Club to a
number of leading Republicans of the State.
Hon. A. A. Blakeney, formerly of Baltimore
county, was among those who made speeches
and among other things he said: “I am a
countryman, but I have a panacea for the
whole preposition. The thing is not only to
defeat the amt/dment, but to beat the entire
Democratic party. If the Republicans had
elected their candidates in the last Mayoralty
fight we would not have had the present inves
tigation of the ‘Warren deal’ in the City Hall.
This is an example of the incomptency that
has marked the present city administration.
If the price paid for the Warren property is to
be taken as a basis for tbe purchase of land and
property in the Gunpowder river valley the
85.000 000 loan will not be near enough to pur
ebaae even the land needed. It is discouraging
jjMubiicans to vote and get nothing. We
we will be in a position to
do things.”
\
Special to The Union.
LETTER FROM ABROAD.
"WirelWß Telegraphy" In tbe Sixteenth
Century—Dramatic and Thrilling-
Story Told for tbe First Time
—Montgomery and tbe
Catholic Soldiers.
Koz bur Cuesnon, France, Dec. 17tb. 1908.
Messrs Editors .-—ln the latter part of the six
teenth century and during the early years of
the seventeenth, a well developed system of
"wireless telegraphy” connected the coast of
Brittalny with the sea-surreunded garrison and
monastery of Mont Baint Michel and with the
neighboring coast of Normandy.
A wooded ridge of considerable height extends
along tbe sea-frontof Brittalny from Pontorson
to Cancale, and a similar but more irregular
series of promontories follows the Norman coast,
twenty miles opposite, from Arrancbes to Gran
ville, while between lies the bay of Mont Baint
Michel, perhaps tbe most picturesque historic
spot in western Europe. Needless to say tho
wireless system here used was not the same as
that exploited by Marconi, but it was just as
effective In its limited territory.
Crumbling ruins of these primitive telegraph
stations still dot tbe seaside bills of Brittalny,
and their bleak, round towers are intimately
connected with the sanguinary and romaDtic
history of the holy mountain whose medieval
ramparts and gothic spires rise from the treach
erous tides and sands below. These command
ing towers were originally erected as windmills
by men who cboso tho summits of the highest
hills overlooking the ocean, in order that tbe
huge cloth or woolen sails might profit by every
wind that blew, and in more than one spot traces
still exist of tortuous, roughly paved roads, lead- 1
ing from the valleys to the mills.
In 1574, Mont Saint Michel, which bad with
stood scores of powerful be
uy tl& '
nots, was made tbe object of determined assaults
by Montgomery, tbe Huguenot loader, Maitre
de L’Avranchin, and it was during this period
that fiery messages sped by night to and fro be
tween tbe beleaguered mountain and the hills
of Brittainy. From the ancient windmill towers
signal torches were waved in wheeling arcs and
circles of flame, while monks and soldiers on tbe
ramparts of the distinct garrison spelled out the i
meaning of the symbols. Sometimes, during
this same epoch, a similar system of signals was
used with the island of Jersey, and messages
were relayed to points far up the Norman coast. J
Apropos of the Huguenot commander Mont- J
gomery, a dramatic story has been preserved, j
not only on historic parchment, but among the J
fireside legends of the Briton flsherfolk. I heard
It a few weeks ago somewhat as follows, from 1
an aged priest at Roz, but the bare facts, shorn j
of their glamor, appear in many works treating i
Of that period.
While Montgomery was beselging the citadel, ;
a small detachment of Catholic soldiers was cap- ]
tured during a sortie for provisions, and while I
the Huguenots were engaged in hanging their
prisoners an officer recognized among these lat
ter an old comrade in-arms, whom be begged 1
Montgomery to spare. The request wa9 granted,
but on tho condition that the liberated prisoner
turn traitor. He consented and the plans were
laid.
Two days afterward, just at midnight, when
the traitor was to take his turn at mounting
guard, the Huguenots were to place themselves
at the foot of the ramparts, near the fountain of
St. Aubert, just below tho abbey kitchen, where
by the aid of a pulley used to hoist water and
provisions, the confederate within the walls was
to draw up one man at-arms after another until
a sufficient number had entered to overpower
silently the night watch, open the gates and ad
mit the army. After this treacherous arrange
ment the soldier rejoined his garrison.
The appointed day arrives and happens to be
the 29th of September, the “fete de la Saint
Michel.” Naturally the Archangel does not per.
mit the success of tbe infamous attempt against
his holy mountain, just at the time tbe monks
are chanting his glory. He causes the traitor to
repent and confess all to the Abbe.
Midnight approaches, dark and stormy. Tbe
Huguenots bide themselves among tho rocks at
the foot of La Merveille. A light shines in a
kitchen window, followed by a sea-gull’s cry. It
is the signal and Is answered from below. Tbe
cord descends. A lieutenant seizes it and ties it
beneath his armpits. He wishes to mount aDd
see for himself that all is well within, afterward
his comrades may follow.
The lieutenant, gradually rising along the slip
pery surface of the chute, disappears in the
black mouth of the conduit above; a broad
sword whistles through the darkness and bis
head rolls silently on the floor. Soon afterward
a soldier, clothed in tbe dead lieutenant’s gar
ments and wearing his plumed hat, leans from
the window and motions the waiting Huguenots
to ascend. One by one they are lifted by the
pulley, one by one they disappear in the con
duit, and one by one their headless bodies are
dragged aside.
Like a monstrous ghoul the conduit has al
ready devoured thirty Huguenots, when Mont
gomery himself halted the proceedings. He
knew bis men. He was astonished at the obsti
nate silence within the walls and, growiDg Im
patient, called to ask why the - gates were still
fast locked.
“Surely thirty men ought to overpower a
dozen sentries!”
A low voice answered from above, “All goes
well; the monks in this part of the abbey have
all been put to the sword.”
“Throw one down.” replied the Huguenot
commander.
A quarter of an hour later the order was
obeyed, and the body of a monk came burling
through the air. (The defenders of the citadel
had taken a prisoner from his cell and promised
him bis liberty if he kept silent while they
shaved his head and robed him In monkish vest
ments. Then, with a dagger, they made good
their promise.)
Examining the figure of the corps. Montgomery
was struck by the contrast between the parts
newly shaven, which were white, and the rest
of the head, which was swart hy. He grew even
more suspicious, and, brave leader that he was
decided to mount the pulley and see for him
self; but as he seized the swinging rope he was
gently pushed aside, and it was his devoted page
who made the ascent. In his haste the boy had
not fastened the rope around his body, butclung
to it simply with his hands. Reaching the con
duit he let go the cord and balanced himself on
the edge of the sill while he peered within. A
blood smeared hand issued from the darkness to
seize him by the hair, and with one agonizing
scream he let himself fall backward to be dashed
upon the rocksbelow. Thereupon, the beselged,
who had no longer any reason for guarding
silence, rushed to the ramparts to shower stones
and arrows on the Huguenots, who tied across
the sands. That night the torches in Catholic
signal towers wrote “Victory” in letters of flame
upon the storm-swept sky
Montgomery remained motionless before the
body of the fallen boy. His warriors returned
and led him away. The page was bis son.
Note.— The story of the signal towers and
torches has never been in print. The old towers
herein described are mentioned in the guide
books simply and solely as “ancient windmills”
and are known to tourists merely as such.
Seabrook.
Among its political notes the New York Sun
says: “Richard Croker has frequently said
that as leader of Tammany it was bis duty to
request the various mayors of bis day to make
appointments which he himself, were he
mayor, would absolutely refuse to consider
for a moment. It is often said in these days
that political leaders request those in high
office to make appointments which they them
selves admit they would not make were the
positions transposed.”
Judge Taft and his family arrived at Au
gusta, Ga., on the 18th iDStant and are now oc
cupying a cottage there for tbe winter. They
received a most cordial reception from the
people and it is evident their lives have been
cast in pleasant places. It is likely Judge Taft
will remain there until he comes to Washing
ton to assume the Presidency.
According to Chairman Mack, of the Demo
cratic National Committee, Nebraska’s favorite
son will not be in the running four years hence.
In an interview iu New York a few days ago
Mr. Mack said : “There is no possibility of
Mr. Bryan being a candidate in 1912, so there
is no need of discussing him.”
Three geologists respectively estimate the
age of Niagara Falls at 7,000 years, 39,000 years
and 150,000 years. There are times when
science seems to be pretty much the same as
guessing.
Last year the State of New York built 820
miles of good roads. The New Yorkers are
beginning to get back imu of the $50,000,000
they voted for this laudable and profitable
purpose.
"I love all Americans except those who talk
about their dollars.” sfcys a titled English
i woman. There are English titled men who
take the opposite view. }
Damage Suita Entered.—Mr. William H.
Green, of Sherwood, by bis attorney, Mr. E. C.
Hatch, has filed a suit in tbe Circuit Court here
j against tbe Northern Central Railway to re
‘ cover $2,000 for tbe death of two horses which j
were owned by Mr. Green and which, it is al
leged, were killed by one of the defendant’s
freight engines last summer.
Sarah Bandorf, by her attorney, Mr. William j
H. Lawrence, has filed a suit against Mary
Bachman for $2,000 damages. Tbe parties to I
tbe suit are residents of the 12th district and tbe i
plaintiff'alleges that tbe defendant spoke in a j
manner which reflected on the former’s repo- j
tat ion for honesty.
Secret Orders Elect Officers —Tbe An
cient Order of Hibernians of GovaDsiown have
elected tbe following officers; President, John
P. Mulligan ; vice president, Patrick Hannon ;
treasurer, William Sbeeky; recordipg secre
tary, David McCourt; financial eecretary,
Arthur Sbamar.
Tbe Hibernians of Arlington have elected
tbe following officers : President, Lawrence J.
Murpby; vice president, W. J : Goughian;
treasurer. Patrick Roche; financial secretary,
Robert Oremont; recordingstcretary, Edward
McCann.
PropertyTranafersln Baltimore County.
—Deeds, etc., received for record in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Baltimore
Countv:
deeds.
Lillian Tankersle/and husband to Frank Novak.
John Fox and wife to George Ditzel.
W. R. Townsendand wife to H. M. Guttenberger
West Arlington Improvement Co. to Edward R.
Maascb and wife.
E R Maaseh and wife to A. K. Darby and wife.
Jacob Folk and wife to Lewis Folk'and wife.
C. A. Woolman and wife to Jas. J. Hartlove and
wi fc,
WiJliai# Sctaluderberg and wife to J. D. Rohde.
W. H. Castle and wife to Jonas Herman, contirm
atory deed.
G. H. White, attorney, to W. W. Baker and wife.
Caaton Co. to Baltimore City P. E. Missionary
Committee.
Jonas Herman and wife to W. L. Westphal.
G H. Leyshon and wife to J. C. Greet and wile.
Elizabeth C. Whiteley to Lizzie W. Baker.
J H. Met ers and wife to George H. Lages.
G. K- Willi*, etc., executors, to T. J. B. Elliott.
Elliott and wifrci.l. toCr.ja.ur* no
alty Co.
Cheswolde Land Co. to J. H. Grafflin and wite.
James Rittenhouse and wife to C. D. Benson.
United Surety Co. to Wm. J. Nicoll.
Beth H. Linthlt um to James Moree and wife.
John T. Donohue to Armanella R. Scharf.
Henry Clay and wife to H. R Exmire and wife.
Harriet V. Lynch to Samuel Eilverberg.
H. J. Dungan. trustee, to Carl Bcharring r -
Kenilworth Park Co. to Helen M. Baker. .
E. J. Diffendall and wife to Alice I
F. E. Schliephake to Laura
Overlea Land Co. to Jobn D. Ao ,a “
Amanda Huber to Loui*eu • . .
M. J. Finn and wife to James s. *mn et at., con
P fl R Il A t rno J !d and' wife to L. A. Poehlmann, Jr.
ChPr'lis C. Kumpt to Robert L. Rumpf.
tome to William Giltz and wire.
O E. Hull and husband to Lilly D. Taylor.
John Bealefeld and wife to Olive E. Hull.
Wm C. Rouse and wife to O. E. Weller.
Ninth Weßt Columbia Building Association to
Jobn Bealefeld.
Mary Miller and busbaDd to Cbas. W. Miller.
A. J. Oldenburg and wife to Abraham Neifeld.
Lena V. Hotnagel to Rebecca Harrison.
William Mason et al. to James T. Woodward.
Mary Clemens and husband to C. A. Neal et al.
W. W. Smith, executor, to George Smith.
Mary Clemens and husband to C. S. Golding.
Helena A. Hartmann to E. E. Moore and wife.
Samuel Roche and wife to J. J. Roche and wife.
Jobn H. Duncan to Mary Cbilds Dennis.
Nancy P. Ellicott. trustee, to Lucy F. Brune.
Jobn T. Donohue to Thomas MoCosker.
County Commissioners to John H. Twyford.
John Frfskey and wife to J. A. Nuth and wife.
J. W. Lobmuller. executor, to C. W. Hartman.
Same to Charles F. Edelmann.
Same to Eva K. Edelmann.
J. O. Booth to George Knoerlein and wife.
J. W. Lobmuller, executor, to Annie R. Maisen
holder.
Same to Frederick Genner.
Hannah A. Ramdanmsay and husband toC. E. Magness
and wife.
G. H. Clarke et al., executors, to Wm. Warner
and wile.
Baltimore Cricket Club Building Co. to Mount
Washington Club.
C. H. Rudolph et al., executors, to Emma J. Merz.
Jesse Slingluff el al., trustees, to L. J. Ross.
W. Gill Smith, assignee, to W. D. Marks, 2.
J. P. Helldorfer and wife to Mary Rotbe.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES.
Towson M. E. Church.— Preaching every Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by the pastor, Rev. Thos.
E. Copes. Sunday school at 9.80 a. m.. Junior
League at 2.30 r. m., Epworth League at7.l6P. M.
Prayer meeting Wednesdays, at 8 P. M.
Baltimore Circuit, M. P. Church.— Epsom, Tow
son, Sunday school, 9.45 A. m.; preaching, 11 a.
m.; Junior C. E., 3 P. M.; Senior C. E., 7.30 P. M.;
preaching, Bp. M. Rev. H E. Wright, pastor.
Catch's Al. E. Church, Belair Boad.-U.ev. E. P.
Follenbaum, Pastor— Sunday Services-Preach
ing at 10.45 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday school, 2 p.
m.: Epworth League, 7.15 p. m. Week-day Ser
vices—Prayer meeting, Wednesday. 8 p. M.;
Junior Epworth League. Friday, 4 p. M.
Hunt's Al. E. Church, Sherwood— ll. Wilson Bur
gan. pastor.—Sunday services: Preaching at
10.45 A. M. and 8 p. N.; Sunday school, 9.30 A. M.;
class meeting, at 11.65 a. m.; Epworth League, at
7.30 P. M. Prayer meeting. Wednesdays, at BP.
m. Junior Epworth League (Rockland), Satur
days, 4 p. M.
Ashland Presbvlerian Church.—Rev. H. Medley
Price, pastor—Preaching each Sunday at 11 A. M.
and 730 p. m. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.
St, John's German Evangelical Lutheran Church,
Parkville. —Preaching every Sunday at 10.30 A. M.
In English tho first and third Sunday of each
month. Sunday school at 930A. m. Rev. A. C.
Ernst., pastor.
St. John's At. E. Church South, Hamilton.— Rev.
F. M. Richardson, pastor—Preaching every Sun
day at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Bunday school at 2.30
p. m. Epworth League at 7.15 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening, at 8 o’clock.
St. John's P. E. Church, Western Run.— Rev. R.
Heber Murphy, rector. Services 2d and 4th
Sundays of each month, at 11 a. m.; St. Luke’s,
Harrisonville, Ist and 3d Sundays, at 11 a. m.,
Freeland. N. C. R. R.. sth Sunday, at 11 a. m.
Other services by special notice.
North Point Station. Al. E. Church South. N.
Point Road.— Services every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. ; Sunday school, 9.45 a. m.. C. M.
Snyder.superintendent senior department: Miss
Mollie K. Rogers, superintendent infant depart
ment. Prayer-meeting Thursday, Bp. m.
Pine Grove Church, Near Loch Raven.—Preach
ing every second and fourth Sunday at 3 p. m.
by Rev. Henry B. Lee, rector of Bt. Thomas P.
E. Church, Homestead.
Holy Comforter P. E. Church, Roseville,—Servi
ces every Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Holy communion the first Sunday in each
month.
Alt. Washington At. E. Church.— Preaching every
Sunday at 11 A. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. Solomon
German, pastor.
St. Clement's P. E. Church, Philadelphia Road.—
Service every Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock.
Patapsco Al. E. Church, North Point Road.—Ser
vices every Sunday at 11 A. m. and Bp. m. Rev.
William Rogers, pastor.
Jerusalem German Lutheran Church, Gardenville.
-Services at 10.30 a. m. (In English the second
Sunday of every month.) Rev. Oscar Guthe,
pastor
Hamilton Presbyterian Church, Hamilton Avenue,
near Harford Road.— Rev. L. S. Reichard, pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
Sunday school at 2.30 p. m.; Junior C. E., 8.45 p.
m.: Christian Endeavor, 7 30 p. m.; prayer-meet
ing every Wednesday, 8 p, m.
St. Michael's German Evang. Lutheran Church,
Perry Hall.— Preaching every Sunday morning,
at 10.15 o’clock, by the pastor. Rev. 0. E. Swine
hart. Sunday school at 9.00 a. m.
DEATHS.
—Tributes. Ac., to Cents Per Line.—
CORN E LL.—ln Baltimore, on sixth day evening,
twelfth month, 18th, 1908, Eliza H., wife of
Jobn J. Cornell.
DONOVAN.-In Baltimore, December2l. Miran
da, aged 75 years, widow of Owen Donovan and
daughterof the late Jacoband Mary Shearman,
of Baltimore county.
DOYLE —December 20, at Texas. Baltimore
county, Margaret Doyle, (nee Martin,) wife of
Thomas Doyle.
FOSTER.—December 21. at the residence of his
son, George J. Foster, Govanstown, George S.
Foster, in tbe 79th year of his age.
KURTZ.—December 17. at Ashland, Baltimore
county. Louisa C. Kurtz, in her67th year, wile
of the late John Kurtz.
LOUDENSLAOER.—In Baltimore, December
19. at his residence. West Lee street, William
J., in his 81st year, husband of Elizabeth Lou
denslager and the only son of tbe late Eliza
beth and Philip Loudenslager.
WILHELM —December 17. at her home. East
North avenue. Baltimore. Margaret, aged 84
years, widow of Thomas Wilhelm, formerly of
Black Rock. Baltimore county.
Prospect hill cemetery, tow
son, MU. —Incorporated 1891.—BEAU
TIFULLY SITUATED, COMMANDING FINE
VIEWS OF SURROUNDING COUNTRY;
HIGH AND DRY: CHOICE LOCATIONB;
LOTS ALL SIZES. Address the SECRETARY
OK THE COMPANY Towson. Md
sciu
TMGHtTcOOK~BTOVEB^
BURN WOOD, WILL SELL CHEAP.
W. P COLLINS.
837 Greenmount avenue, Baltimore, Md.
Dec. 26—8 t
TTYOR SALE.
THOROUGHBRED JERSEY COW, will be
fresh with fourth calf in January, for sate at
fifty dollars. Apply to „
HENRY BURNHAM. Manager,
Dec. 26—It] Stevenson, Md.
TNOCBLE IRON BEDSTEAD,
“BRASS TRIMMINGS. IRON BPRING. DOU
BLE COTTON TOP MATTRESS, #7.00.
_ W. P. COLLINS.
837 Greenmount avenue, Baltimore, Md.
by mail filled. [Dec. 26 6t
jy^OTICE— STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING.
The Annual Stockholders’ Meeting of DULA
NY’S VALLEY AND TOWSON TURNPIKE
COMPANY’ will be held at TOWSON NATION
AL BANK, Towson, on
Monday, January 4th, 1909,
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
To elect a Board of Directors to manage the road
for the ensuing year. E. S. PEERCE,
Dec. 26—2t] Secretary.
NOTICE.
Tcvwsox, Md., December 23d, 1908.
The Board of Directors of the Second National
Hank til Towson have this day declared a SEMI
ANNUAL DIVIDENDOFTHREE PERCENT,
on its capital stock, clear of State and county
taxes, payable to stockholders Of record Decem
ber 2tth, 1908. at Its banking house, on demand
! after January Ist, 1909.
IHOMAB J. MEADS,
I Dec. 20—It] j Cashier.
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gjjeir JUlucrtisjemcnts.
■lPosr- c
In Towon, early W ed nesdav evening, between
1 Lee’ieoroerand Eider’s LumberandCoal Yards, 1
I a ITTK DRIVING GLOVE. Reward if re- 1 1
tamed. HARRISON RIDER,
I Dec.2J-lt] Towson, Md.
IijHFTY OAK BEDROOM SETS,
PRICE #ls EACH.
Apply to W. P. COLLINS.
837 Greenmount avenue. Baltimore. Md.
Doc. 26—6 t
NOTICE.
CocKF.YSVir.LE, Md., December 23d, 1908. ■
At a meeting of tbe Board of Directors of the |
National Bank of Cockeysville a SEMI ANNU- g
AL DIVIDEND OF 2X PER CENT, was de ,
clared on the capital stock, payable on and after I '
January sth, 1809. clear of State and county j s
taxes. WILLIAM H. BUCK. Jit., | 1
Dec. 26—It] Cashier. 1
V. G. Mclntosh, Attorney ,913 St. Paul Street, f J
Baltimore, and Towson, Md.
Henry c. turn bitli et al. vs. I
ALEXANDER NISBET TURNBULL, IN I
the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, ■
in Equity.
ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore
county, this 22d day of December. 1908. that ttjr
Srivate sale made and reported by Alexand e
isbet Turnbull, Trustee, for the sale of/Jjg
property described in tho proceedings i&ed
above entitled cause, be ratified and coq£ wn ’
unless cause to tbe contrary thereof be'
On or before the 18th day of
Provided a copy of this order be I
newspaper printed and publisbe£ egß j ve weeks ■
county, once in each of three s*£y 1909 :
before the said 18th day of Jai)6 I* gale's to be
The report states the amo*''
at the rate of p COLE, Clerk. 1
r. COL-. C 1.6. ;
” T . . Attorney, 643 Calvert t ,
C. Alem Md. t
John H „ ,/NC AN, ASSIGNEE. PS. 1
Hjarah v- HELSBY ET AL.. in the CiR- e
cuiT Couar tor Baltimore C o UU J* a
by the Circuit Court f‘>r lhtrt.'r*>re a
24th day of December. !**■*£* £! ‘J
Bale *^ de ® nd re P orted o J ß a?c of the property e
sigFtf r ? r ih£ t prooeldings in the above en- v
(1 ascribed in t” e titled and confirmed, unless r
fftled "contrary thereof be showtx t
before the 18th day of January, 1909 ; l
Provided a copy of this order be inserted in J
somo newspaper printed and published in Balti- *
more county once in each of three successive J
weeks before the said 18th day of January, 1909. J
The report states tho amount of sales to be f
$4,775.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk. J
True Copy—Test: ;
Dec.26—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. j
John F. Goritrum, Attorney, Law Building, |
Baltimore, Md.
IN THE ORPHANS’ COURT OF RALTI- J
MORE COUNTY.
ORDERED, by the Orphans’Court of Haiti- .
more county, this 23d day of December, 1908, that j
the sale of the real estate of Ca oline W. Schaffer, ,
deceased, made by George 11. Clarke and Geary ,
A. Long, tbe Executors of tbe last will and tes {
tament of the said deceased, and this day repor .
ted to this Court by tbe said Executors, be rati !
fled and confirmed, unless cause be shown to the .
contrary, j
On or before the 18th day of January, 1909; i
Provided a copy of this order be inserted in j
some weekly newspaper, printed and published
in Baltimore county, once in each of three sue- i
ceßßive weeks before the said 18th day of Janua
ry, 1909.
The report states the amount of sales to be
$200.00.
MELCHOR HOSHALL, )
E. CLINTON TRACKY, VJudges.
11. SEYMOUR PIERSOL, i
True Copy—Test:
YVM. J. PEACH,
Register of Wills for Baltimore County.
Dec. 26—4 t
John F. Oontrum. Attorney, Law Building,
Baltimore, Md.
IS THE ORPHANS’ COURT OF BALTI
MORE COUNTY.
ORDERED, by the Orphans’ Court of Balti
more county, this 23d day of December, 1008,
that the sale of the real estate of Caroline W.
Schaffer, deceased, made by George H. Clarke
and Geary A. Long, tbe Executors of tbe last
will and testament of the said deceased, and this
day reported to this court by the said Execu
tors. be ratified aDd coufirmtd, unless cause bo
shown to the contrary,
On or before the 18th day of January, 1909;
Provided a copy of this oroer be inserted in some
weekly newspaper, printed and published in
Baltimore county, once in each of three succes
sive weeks, before tbe said 18th day of Janua
ry. 1909.
Tbe report states the amount of sales to be
$500.00.
MELCHOR HOSHALL, I
E. CLINTON TRACEY. VJudges.
H. SEYMOUR PIEKsOL,)
True Copy—Test:
WILLIAM J. PEACH,
Register of Wills for Baltimoie county.
Dec. 26-4 t
BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS
REMOVAL SALE I
Finifc touts, S<
Will vacate mv present store January Ist, 1908.
Before removing I will
Sell My Entire Stock Below Cost.
Furniture, Carpets,
Stoves, Oilcloth,
Mattings and
General House Furnishings.
If You Want Bargains Gall and See Me
W. P. COLLINS,
837 Creenmount Ave., Baltimore.
fW*Gnnds Delivered. [Dec. 26—6 t
John Mays Little and N. P. R. Alien, Attor
neys at Law, Towson, Md.
TRCBTEKS’ SALE
—OF—
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
In the Seventh District of Baltimore
County, Maryland, Being tho Farm of the
Late James T. Heatlicote, Situated
Near Maryland Line P. 0., and on
the Koad Leading from Heath
cote’s Mill to Bent
ley Springs.
The undersigned, Trustees, under and by
virtue of a decree of tbe Circuit Court for Balti
tmore county, in Equity, passed on thegSjJ
3d day of December, 1908, in the c >se ot'Hia
b H. King, complainant, vs. Inez Atkinson
et al., defendants, will offer for sale at Public
Auction, ON THE PREMISES, NEAR NEW
MARKET, Baltimore county, on
Saturday, January 9th, 1909,
At 2.30 o’clock P. M.,
ALL THAT VALUABLE LITTLE FARM.
CONTAINING ABOUT SEVENTY
ACRES. Also, A TRACT OF
ABOUT FIFTY ACRES.
sS*Tbis property HAS SOME VALUABLE
TIMBER, and the remaining portion is in
a good state of cultivation.
Tbe improvements consist of a GOOD HOUSE,
A BARN. CORN HOUSE and HEN HOUSE, and
adjoins the property of Harry Gemmill and
others.
There is AN ORCHARD OF VERY FINE
FRUIT on i his property, and AN EXCELLENT
SPRING OF WATER.
TERMS OF SALE—As prescribed by the de
cree are. one-hall Cash upon the ratification of
sale, and balance in six months from day of sale;
or all Cash at the option of the purchaser.
gSST’A cash deposit of $l5O will be required of
the purchaser at the time of sale.
JOHN MAYS LITTLE, I Trnstpps
N. D. R. ALLEN, ( trustees.
E. C. HAWKINS. Auctioneer. [Dec. 12-ta
jpiARM FOB SALE OK KENT.
A FARM OF FORTY ACRES, on the Jar
rettsvllie Pike, 3X miles from Phoenix, N. C.
R. R., 8 miles from Towson. Improved by an
EIGHT-ROOM DWELLING. BANK BARN and
other buildings. Land in fine state of cultiva
tion. PLENTY O GOOD FRUIT.
tafTerms will be made reasonable. Posses
sion given March Ist, 1909.
Apply to HARRY’ C. HAILE.
Dec. 5-lmj Cockeysville. Md.
gTOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING.
Towson, Md., December 3d. 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the regular An
nual Meeting of SHAREH'>LDERS OF THE
TOWSON NATIONAL BANK will be held at
tbe BankiDg House of said Bank, on
Tuesday, the 12th day of January, 1909,
Between the hours of 11 A. M. and 12 M.,
For the purpose of electing NINE DIREC
i TORS to serve during the ensuing year, and to
transact such other business as may properly be
brought before said meeting
W. tLAlvll/lNtrj LKAI)MCiu,
Dec. 5-td] Cashier.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meet
ing of the STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NA
TIONAL BANK OF COCKEYSVILLE will be
held at the BANK BUILDING, on
Tuesday, the 12th day of January, 1909,
. Between the hours of 1 and 2 P. M.
For the purpose of electing SEVEN DIREC
TORS for the ensuing year.
YVILLIAM H. BUCK. Jr.,
Dec. s—td] Cashier.
! TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The regular Annual Meeting of the STOCK
HOLDERS OF THE SECOND NATIONAL
BANK OF TOWSON, for the election of Direc
i tors for the ensuing year, will be held IN THE
DIRECTORS’ ROOM OF SAID BANK, at Tow
son, on
Tuesday, the 12th day of January, 1909,
At 10 o’clock A. M.
THOS. J. MEADS,
Dec. s—td] Cashier.
1 TjIOR sale.
! ABOUT 40 ACRES OF FIRST-CI ASS FARM
r LAND in Long Green Valley, one mile from sta
tion on M. &P. R. R.: a bargain if sold at once.
Inquire of LONGNECKER BROS..
Towson. Md.,
or CHARLES P. POWEL.
Dee. 12—*f] Dong Green, Md.
2slis ceXXancmtß.
C. Alex, Fairbank, Jr., Attorney at Law, 043
Calvert building, Baltimore, Md.
ASSIGNEE’S SALE
—OF—
V A L U A BLE
COIIBTKI PROPERTY,
In Green Spring Valley, Comp'‘ si,lg
368% Acres, More or tegs, N'‘ Eccleß '
ton and Garrison Stations " ** u * ireco
Spring Branch oTthc ' , ‘ ,rther " Cen
tral Hallway.
_ . . . >Wer contained in a mort-
By virtue of the ernon Cunpbeli and wife to
Ptß e Jqg’ Bltt. dated September 16th,gCh
SSt, Assignee of t.heßiS
•aC 1801, the wjl | ge |) j, y p u (,|i C Auction, AT
S ’ TOWSON, MAHY
LAND, i - 1
llth aa V °f January, 1009,
12 o’clock noon,
ALL THAT VALUABLE FEE SIMPLE
PROPERTY IN TIIE GREEN SPRING
VALLEY, BALTIMORE COUNTY.CON
TAINING 368% ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
NEAR ECCLESTON AND GARRISON
STATIONS, adjoining the lands of Mrs. S.
M. Shoemaker, W. A. Bennett and Avalon
Inn, and known as “CRAIGNISH,” de- -
scribed ns follows: (
Beginning for the same at the beginning I
of the whole property owned by John N. Car- *
roll, known as the-CAVES,” and running thence
north eighty-eight and one-half uegrees west
me hundred and nineteen perches to the end of
the first line of the land reserved by said-Jolm
N Carroll; thence with the said land the five
following courses and distances, to wit : North
eleven aud one-half degrees west one hundred
and twenty perches, north lorty-four and one-
HulfSwrvufi wwt lurty etsbt perohee to a small
oak trc? : thence Bourn 11 I t}- seven degrees west
fifty-tour perches to a small maple tree; thence
north eighty-eight and one-half degrees west
eighty perches, south oue and one-half degrees
west one hundred and nineteen and one-halt
perches; thence north eighty-eight and one
half degrees west sixty-two aud eight tenths
perches until it intersects the division line be
tween Nicholas and said John N. Carroll’s prop
erty ; thence north three degrees forty-five f
minutes west eighty-one and one-half perches;
thence north thirty-four degrees east twenty
six perches; thence north one degree we-t four i
teen perches to the centre of the “Caves” ,
county road : thence with the centre of said
road north thirty three degrees east ninety-two
perches to John Brown’s lot: thence binding on
said lot south eigbty-three degrees east forty
six and nine-tenths perches; thence north seven
degrees east eighteen and one-half perches;
thence north eighty three degrees west thirty
three aud six-tenths perches to a blacksmith’s
lot • thence north seven degrees west eleven
perches to the centre of said cou' ty road;
thence with the centre of said road north forty
one and one-fourth degrees east twenty nine
perches; thence south seventy-one and one
fourth degrees east two hundred and thirty
perches to the end ol’ the fourth line of the
“CAVES” property; thence south forty-five de
grees fifteen minutes east eighty-four perches;
thence south twenty-one degrees fifteen minutes
east one hundred and eight perches; thence
south seventy-two degrees thirty minutes west
fifty-one perches; thence south twenty-one de
grees east sixteen perches to the place of begin
ning, containing
THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-EIGHT
AND ONE THIRD ACRES OF
LAND. MORE OR LESS.
The improvements consist of
-A LARGE THREE STORY FRAME
DWELLING WITH FOURTEEN ROOMS,
BATH. HOT AND COLD WATER,
BANK BA RN. TWO- STORY CA R
RIAGE HOUSE, COW SHED,
CORN HOUSE, CHICKEN
HOUSE, TWO STORY
ICE HOUSE. WIND
MILL, Etc.
The land lies in the most picturesque section
of Green Spring Valley and has beautiful build
ing sites, line Water and Fruit Trees of all
kinds, and Chestnut, Oak, Poplar and Hickory
Timber. Park Heights avenue divides the prop
erty through the centre.
TERMS OF SALE.—One third Cash, balance
in six and twelve months, or all Cash at the
purchaser’s option ; credit payments to bear in
terest from th day of sale and to be secured to
the satisfaction of the undersigned. Assignee.
**A deposit of SI,OOO is required at the time
of sale; the deposit may be made either in cash
or by certified check. Taxes adjusted to the
day of sale.
JOHN H. DUNCAN. Assignee.
SCHWAB BROS. & CO., Auctioneers.
Dec. 19—ts
Philemon H. Tuck, Attorney at Law, 207
Sorth Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md.
ATTORNEY’S SALE
-Of-
VALUABLE
LEASEHOLD PROPERT Y,
In Ortuigevllle, Baltimore County,
Maryland.
By virtue of the power contained in a mort
gage from Frederick Messner. dated the iOthday
JO* of January, 1908, and recorded among Aa
"’ll” the Land Records of Baltimore county.■Hi
Maryland, in Liber W. P. C., No. 296. folio 69. the
undersigned, Attorney named in said mortgage,
will offer at Public Sale. IN FRONT OF THE
DWELLING HOUSE,ON THE PREMISES,in
said county, on
Saturday, January 2d, 1009,
VSf~At 3 o’clock P. M.,
ALL THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY
CONVEYED BY SAID MORTGAGE,
AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
Beginning for the same at a stone planted,
which place of beginning is designed to be at the
corner formed by the intersection of the north
side of Biddle street and the east side of Ninth
street, as laid out and established by the County
Commissioners of Baltimore county, or certain
Street Commissioners appointed by them, in pur
suance of certain Acts of the General Assembly
of Maryland, the last, thereof having been passed
at the January session of 1874, Chapter-441, and
running thence northerly, binding on the east
side of Ninth street 331 feet, more or less, until
it intersects the south westernmost outline of
the Baltimore Belt Railroad Company’s land;
thence southeasterly along the southernmost
outline of the Baltimore Belt Railroad Com
pany’s land 457 leet. more or less, until it inter
sects the northernmost.side of Biddle street, and
thence westerly, binding on the northernmost
side of Biddle street, 313 feet to the place of be
ginning.
*9*This property, situated at the northeast
corner of Ninth and Biddle streets, contain
ing 11 5 ACRES OF LAND, MORE or LESS,
subject by lease, dated May 15th, 1900, and re
corded among said Land Records, in Liber N. B.
M., No. 247. folio 67. to a ground rent of $96.00,
payable in equal installments on the Ist day of
May and November in each year, is improved by
A GOOD DWELLING OF SIX ROOMS,
STABLE. CHICKEN HOUSE AND A
SMAI.L ORCHARD OF VARIOUS
KINDS OK FRUIT. THERE
IS A GOOD WELL OF
WATER ON THE
PLACE.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third Cash and the
balance in equal installments of six and twelve
months ; or all Cash as the purchaser may elect;
the deferred payments to be secured to the satis
faction of the undersigned, and the entire pur
chase money, less a cash deposit of SIOO, which
will be required on the day of sale, to bear in
terest. from said day. These terms may be modi
fied and a portion of the purchase money may
remain on mortgage if deemed advisable. Taxes
and ground rent to be adjusted to day of sale.
further particulars apply to
PHILEMON H. TUCK,
Attorney named in Mortgage,
207 North Calvert street, Baltimore, Md.
Dec. 12—ts
Elmer J. Cook, Solicitor, Second National
Bank Building .Towson, Md.
Crain A- IXerehey, Solicitors, 800-Sll Cal
vert Building, Baltimore, Md.
SALE
Valuable Saloon and Hotel Property,
Northwest Corner of Fifth Avenue
and Fourteenth Street, Bal
timore County, Md.
By virtue of the power and authority con
tained in a mortgage from John K. Nickel, of
25*3 Baltimore county, to The Gottlieb sf?,
•rjm Bauernscbmidt Straus Brewing Com K 9
pany, a body corporate, duly incorporated and
recorded among the Mortgage Records of Balti
more county, in Liber W. P. C.. No. 265. folio 348,
etc., the undersigned. Attorney named in said
mortgage, will offer for sale, by Public Auction,
ON THE PREMISES, on
Monday, January 4th, 1909,
49“ At 3 P M.,
ALL THAT LOT OR PARCEL OF GROUND
AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON,
SITUATE IN BALTIMORE
COUNTY AND DE
SCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
Beginning for the same at the north west corner
of Fifth avenue and Fourteenth street, and run
ning thence northerly binding on the west side
of Fourteenth street 120 tcet to an alley 15 feet
wide; thence westerly, binding on the south side
of said alley and parallel to Fifth avenueso feet;
thence southerly parallel to Fourteenth street
120 feet to Fifth avenue, and thence easterly,
binding on the north side of Fifth avenue 50 feet
to the place of beginning. Subject to an annual
Ground Kent of SIOO and improved by a
BRICK SALOON AM> HOTEL PROPERTY,
i WIIH CARRIAGE SHEDS AND
OUTBUILDINGS.
; TERMB OF SALE.—One-third Cash, balance
: in six aud twelve months ; or all Cash at the op
i tion of the purchaser; deferred payments to
I bear interest from the day of sale, and to be se
cured to the sat sfaction of the undersigned. Ex
i penses to be udjusted to day of sale.
{pff*A deposit of SIOO will be required of the
purchaser at the time of sale.
P OMEK F. HERSHEY,
Attorney named in Mortgage.
SCHWAB BROS. & CO., Auctioneers,
601 Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md.
Dec. 12—js
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AT ARLIIIGION, BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md.
Dec. 26—ly
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THOMAS W. OFFUTT, ELMES J. COOK, U 0 E-PREBIDENTB THOB. J. MEADS,
President. Harrbon Rider, 1 ' Cashier.
:DIRECTORS :
THOMAS W. OFFUTT. W. BERNARD DIKE, HENRY C. LONGNECKER,
Elmer J. Cook, Wm. A. Lee, z. Howard Isaac,
Harrison Rider, Chas. H. Knox, Noah E. Offutt,
John I. Yellott, , W, Gill Smith, John V. Slade.
Jan. 25—ly.
gcgal Notices.
IF. Gill Smith, Attorney at Law, Second na
tional Bank Building, Towson, Md.
qrdkr of publication.
m: CATHERINE RYE, 1 ,
Widow, i Inthi ,
EMMA HABSELHOFF, t
CHRISTIAN HASSELHOFF, I Circuit ,
Her Husband, I ;
PLAINTIFFS, Court ,
VS.— I
MARY LANKaM. I- fob j
GEORGE LANKAM, i
Her Husband, Bai.tdiore
ELIZABETH RAU, I
JOHN RAU, Cou nit,
Her Husband,
JOHN STAUBER. In Equitt.
DEFENDANTS,J
The object of this suit is to procure a deerte
for the sale of certain property in Baltinore
county, in this State.
The bill states that Nicholas Stauber, lap of
Baltimore county, deceased.died seized and K*-
sessed of a small farm, located in Baltimore ootn
ty, particularly de-cribed in a deed from ROttrt
Puriance, Jr., and others to him, dated the Bd
day of June. 1866, and recorded among the Ld
Records of Baltimore county, in Liber J. H.L.,
No. 50, folio 158, &c.. and that he departed fils
life in the year 18- intestate, leaving surviving
him a widow, who has since departed this lie,
and the following named children, his beirsat
law, who are all above the age of twenty-one
years, viz: . .
(1) Mary Lankam, whose husband s name is
George Lankam. .
(2) George Stauber,who never married and who
died intestate about four years ago, leaving an
his heirs at law his brother and sisters, parties
to this cause. ,
(3) Elizabeth Rau, whose husband’s name if*
John Rau. . . . - -—•
(4) John Stauber, unmarried. j .
(5) Emma Hasselhoff, whose husband’s name l \
Christian Hasselhoff.
(6) M. Catherine Rye, a widow. . > ,
That the said Elizabeth Rau and John Rauafre
non- residents of this State and reside in the State
of West Virginia, and that the said John Staubsr
is a non-resident of this State and resides it
Trout Lake City, British Columbia.
That said real estate is not susceptible of par
tition without material loss and injury to tie
parties entitled to interest therein, as abo’e
stated, and that in order to make a division f
said interests, it will be necessary that said red
estate be sold and the proceeds thereof divide!
among the parties, according to their several i&
The bill prays for a decree to sell said rea
estate and that the proceeds may be divided be
tween the parties hereto, according to their re*
spective interests and rights, and for other re
lief, as their case may require.
It is thereupon, this 16th day of December, in
year 1908. ordered by the Circuit Court for Bal
timore county, in equity, that the plaintiffs, by
causing a copy of this order to be inserted in
some newspaper published in Baltimore county,
once in each of four successive weeks, before the
18tb day of January, 1909, give notice to said ab
sent defendants of the object and substance of
this bill, warning them to appear in this court
in person or by solicitor.
On or before the 3th day of February next,
to show cause, if any they have, why a decree
ought not to be passed as prayed.
WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
True Copy—Test:
Dec. 19—5t] WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
Harry S. Carver, Attorney, Belair, Md,
I). G. Mclntosh, Attorney, Towson, and 213
St, Faul Street, Baltimore, Md.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
JOSHUA EDWARD GWYNN, (UPON PE
TITION.) in the Orphans’ CounT of Balti
more County. _
Upon hearing in the above matter, and testi
mony as to the presumption of death of Joshua
Edward Gwynn having been produced, it is or
dered, this 9th day of December, 1908, that Joshua
Edward Gwynn is presumed to be dead and that
letters of administration be granted on his
estate, unless said Joshua Edward Gwynn, if
alive, or any person for him, produce before this
court.
On or before the Ist day of April , 1909,
satisfactory evidence of his continuance of life,
provided notice of this order he inserted in some
newspaper printed and published in Baltimore
county for two successive weeks before the 26th
day of December. 1908, and also In some news
paper printed in the State of Montana, before
said 26th December, 1908.
MELCHOR HOSHALL, )
E. CLINTON TRACEY, VJudges.
H. SEYMOUR PIEHSOL,)
True Copy—Test: „ __
WILLIAM J. PEACH.
Register of Wills for Baltimore county.
Dec. 12—3 t
Augustus M. Denhard, Attorney, 24 Central
Savings Bank Building, Baltimore, Md,
CANTON PERMANENT BUILDING AS
SOCIATION No. 1, OF BALTIMORE CITY,
VS. GEORGE A. MoNEW AND WIFE, IN THE
Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in
Equity.
ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore
county, this 10th day of December, 1908. that the
sale made and reported by Augustus M.Denhard.
Attorney named in the mortgage, for the sale of
the property described in the proceedings in the
above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed,
unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown.
On or before the 4th day of January, 1909 ;
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 4th day of January, 1908.
The report states the amount ol sales to be
$1,000.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
True Copy—Test:
Dec. 12—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk.
W. Ashbie Hawkins, Attorney, 327 St. Paul
Street, Baltimore, Md.
Mary k. h. fi-hek mortgagee, et
AL VS. RICHARD ROBINSON ET AL„
in the Circuit Court for Baltimore Coun
ty. in Equity.
ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore
county, this 17th day of Decemtier, 1908, that the
sale made and reported by W. Ashbie Hawkins,
Attorney named in the mortgage for the sale of
the property described in the proceedings in the
above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed,
unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown.
On or before the 11th day of January, 1909,
Provided a copy of this order be inserted in
some newspaper printed and published in Balti
more county, once in each cf three successive
weeks before the said 11th day of January, 1909.
The report states the amount of sales to be
$550.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk.
True Copy—Test:
Dec. 19—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk.
Hennighausen i Stein, Attorneys, 231-233
Courtland 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
HENRY KOERNER,
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 20th day of June, 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 18th day
December, 1908.
LOUIS P- HRNNTGHATTSRN
Ita. in tr —.-1 MasiimStrator,
~ —1 •
Notices.
IF. Gil Smith, Attorney at .Law, Second Na
tbnal Bank Building, Towson, Md.
IN XHE ORPHANS’ COIRT OF BALTI
MORE COUNTY.
ORIERED, by the Orphan’ Court for Balti
moreounty, this 16th day of )ec* mber.l9oß. that
the sae of the leasehold estati of Laura J. Koff
man,teceased, made by Wiliam . K.eeh and
Z. Howard Isaac. Adminlstraors pendente lite
of thi said deceased, and ibs day reported to
thisOurtby the said Adminstrators pendente
lite. * ratified and coDflrmH, unless cause be
showttothe contrary,
On odttfore the 11th day of January, 1909;
Provißd a copy of this order biinserted in some
weekl newspaper printed and published in Bal
timortcounty, once in each ofthree successive
weekaiefore the said 11th dayjf January, 1909.
The>eport states the amout of sales to be
$2,500.1.
E. CLINTON TRAIEY, l T .
H. SEYMOUR PIEISOL, f Judges.
Trfe Copy—Test:
WM.J. PEACH,
legister of Wills for Baltaore county.
DecJ—4t
iptisccllartecis.
A MTCATION
XX FOR—
TRNSFER OF LIQUOR ICKNSK.
Officbfthe Clerk of the CHcuit Court 1
rOR Baltimore Count, y
„ , Towson. Md.. Decemer 18,1908. 1
Novels hereby given, that iplieation has
been Bite to this office for the.ransfer of li
cense tteell spirituous or ferented liquors
I from
■ uuityiltoßllli-n, Franklin Hotelfranklintown,
Ist district, to Jeremiah Kelly, lanklin Hotel,
Franklintown Ist district.
And that unless cause be shoM in writing to
the contrary.
On or before the 3d day of Jtxuary, 1909,
the transfer applied for will be lued, provided
the applicant complies with ! the require
mentsof law. WILLIA P. COLE.
Dec. 19—t] Clerk.
rjLENTI OF EGGS.
HAVE A FORMULA THAT MLL
MAKERENS LAY WHEN EGS ARE
6CARJE and Hlglh. THi IS NO
FAIE. USED BY A L LARGE
BG FARMS. THIS SENT
Prepaid *■ 10 Cents. Money remded if not as
represtnld.
If you eed Leg Bands for y<r Poultry ask
me forsuples. Samples Free.
EUREKA POULTBYTARDS,
* IOHN LlPPlNCOTT*roprietor,
; 0ct.31-1] Belr, Maryland.
T7ALIJILE FARM FOR SLE.
Farn eotains 244 ACRES, Holies fromfe
Baltinowmd within two mil of Finksburg
Station, VM.R. R. The dweog contains 16
rooms; sflndid natural flow ater supply at
the honstad barns. The imp vemcnts in ad
dltion totbdwelling are twolrns, cow barn,
corn tmaeitc. The farm is bog limed lor the
second tinin the past few ye*. This farm is
i adapted bm stock farm ana dry business. It
contaiis inch meadow land ei is bountifully
lupplitd vi) water. Persons *1 ring property
' f thisdaeption will pleasealress theunder
- signed for trms and further rfticulars.
N 0.13 LONGNECSK BROS.,
Feb.lß-ti Real Este, Towson. Md.
! TTUKK INURANCE.
\ INSURE YdTB HOMES AN FARM BUILD
f iKGS IN TIB MUTUAL FK INSURANCE
' COMPANY K HARFORDCffNTY. BELAIR.
MD. (Inoorprated in 1843.) iates 30 per cent
, lower than ooer Companies. All risks prompt
> iyraet. Apply to
> JAMES KRI.EY. Director,
i ttch.7.-tf Towson Md
i JflOR SUi.
BPLtN)ID LOTS.~BI.ATP ROAD
AND E7RLEY A 7 N U E. ON
ELBCUIC LINE. lEAUTIFIJL
VIEV. A BSO L U'E L Y PURE
WAIE, Also. Finer Gravel and
Sand Baks for Sale.
WPRICE REABONAjf.E. Apply on
l prendseorto JOB F. GONTRUM,
Law Bulk Pg. Baltimore, Md.
Sept.l2tJail
. —4 41
i $7.500 TO L^’
t On ftrst mo wages on (*i estate, in sums ot
. •!? "P**- KELLEY,
9 Attorney! Law, Towson. Md,
• JulyW-tf r
® M *NBY TCLOAN.
! I hive 3EVpAL~TPKBAND DOLLAR
TO LOAN ONfIRSTIiRTGAGE, in sums to
a suit. Apply I J(M> J- TIMANUB.
B Attorney at Law,
s Nov. 4. tf. Piper Ffidlng. Towson. Md
B Tk/rOUKY Ttf-OAN.
IN BUMB OIFROM*O° TO *5,000 on first
mortgage. Aply to g OFFUTT
, Atom*** Law, Towson. Md.
Aug. !7. -tf ‘ . *2
r rp LOAN Ol FIRf MORTGAGE.
” One sub of s6l, of * Boo * one um 01
SI.OOO.OMSUB f GONTRUM.
® Atloi*y aiaw.Towsontown. Wd
® Mavt.-tf _
e T> RONIE TPIKB 8 * SI) PIKKONS *
'• FOR BALB-R('ZE TURKEYS and 100
I, homin a g J^l ¥n &&mon burton.
n Dee.l9-tt*f' C Baldwin P. 0.. Md.
I- ——“ —
e UIOK SALK.
e THREE^R*S OW3, Applyto
nIDERICK REICHERT.
Dec. 19—at*] ” _ Bweet Air, Md.
3 r KONZE Ti^KYS/OB BALK ’
TOMS $5.00 tf* AT MY FARM.
LEWIS M. BACON.
_ Pbllopolis, Md.
|. Dec. 19—8t*] 1 1
l atoneyto'ia l^
SUMS ofMO AND UPWARDS, ON
FIRST Mqjm£*“. IL LiAM 8. KEECH.
y „ w Apply to Towson, M’d
mffitwzzr
s ~.nSr'ii• < '■*■ _t™t" --
Feb, 10.—tl ■ widenceCockeysville
Mr’'
M
TuwbON, ml
' Teas aad <..'*oiieeb i
Cigars and
| Boots and Sho^Pß
FLOUR, FEED, HAY & STRAW, 1
Phosphate, Lime and Cement,
ALL REPAIRS FOR OLIVER AND BIBBELL J
CHILLED PLOWS. fl
GARDEN TOOLS. GRASS AND GARDEN 1
SEEDS. 1
Ml Goodu Found in a First-Class Store
Sept. 26—3 m
TREES, SHRUBS
!■* .bA-n f y| .
V G E T '- ' v
RIDER P. 0., Md. MBi
June 20—lv
UEOROc s. SANDNEH. JOHN F. MuH&l
r^iiul
SANDNS'.K & MIJMMA, ‘
Long Green Station, Maryland St Penna.
Postoffice—Gittings, Md.
A9'SATISFACTION GUAKANTEED.-^^H
LOUIS HERGKNRATHER, Jr„ Agent,
son Pharmacy. Towsqd, M “* Sgf&l
pFWc solicit a share of public
suring our patrons of the very best servT^H
reasonable prices. Uuly
Eoward e. burns. fkank boB.-
JOHN BURNS’ SONS, I
Funeral Direetolir
r
TOWSON, Md.
C. Si P. Phone-TOWSON. 77-F.
Mch 7—ly
SLADE BROS. & CO.~
Molt I 111 BUIS
AND UNDERTAKERS,
LONG GREEN, Md.
Manufacturers and Dealer* in i '
All Styles of Harness and Horse Goods.
Agents for the celebrated PAGE WOVEN
WIRE FENCE CO. and the INTERNATIONAI
HAkVESTER CO. MACHINES.
*9~C. & P. Phone—Fork Exchange, 17-7.
Feb. 3—tf
W. 0. B. WRIGHT,
Baldwin P. 0., Baltimore County, Md (1 --^ t
flea! Esiato ana OcJlujMivii Mooney
—AND—
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Director and Agent of the Harford Mutual
Fire Insurance Company.
BUT AND SELL REAL ESTATE.
if you want to buy country property, or with
to sell, see me 1 can help you either way.
PWFrnmpt attention given to the collection
of claims.
Kesidknck— NF.AK FORK. [June 18—ly
Flowers, Plants, 4c.
FOR WEDDINGS AND FUNERALS,
AT REASONABLE RATES.
Special Attention Given to Ornamental
Gardening.
JOHN L. WAGNER, Florist,
IV. JOPPA ROAD, TOWSON, Md.
C. & P. Phono—Towson 8-F. [Nov. 21—ly
Dr. A. O. McOURDY & CO.,
TOWSON, Md.
Orders received for—
ALL KINDS OF SLATE.
Peach Bottom Roofing Slate,
l„ Slabs for Walks,
Chimney Tops, Kq.
MM Burial Cases, Xja
* Cemetery **rHbs,
Imposing *<Tones, Ac., Ac.
99-Call on or address as above.
C. & P. Phone—Towson 23 R. [July 4—ly
LIME I LIME I UMEI
Having resumed the business of Burning Lime,
we are now prepared to
furnish in any quantity
Whitewashing. Building and Agricul
tural Lime.
SHANKUN & JENIFER,
KILNS AT LOCH RAVEN.
May 30—lyl BALTIMORE COUNTY.
ESTABLISHED 1876. MOTH PHOME*.
DANI£L~ RIDER.
1001 GREEN MOUNT AVENUE,
BALTIMORE, Md..
COMMISSION 4: MERCHANT
For the Sale of Hay, Grain and Straw.
Orders for Mill Feed, Gluten Feed, Cotton
Seed Meal. Oil Cake Meat, Balt, Ac., will receiv*
prompt attention. [Apl. 4—ly
Surveyors & Civil Engineers,
Office-PIPEK BUILDING,
TOWSON, MD.
*9-C. & P. Phone—Towson, 78 F.
F. D. DOLLENBKKG, Jr , County Surveyor.
Feb.22—ly
ENSOR BROWN & SON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
1 MARBLE HILL, COCKEYSVILLB, Md.
P. O. Address—Phrenix, R. F. D„ Md.
Estimates furnished on short notice. Jobbing
of all kinds promptly attended to.
Dee. 28-ly
J DICKSON O’DELL,
SURVEYOR,
Office—No. OFFUTT BUILDING,
TOWSON. Md.
Dec. s—ly
I IyjONEV TO LOAN.
In any sum from SSOO to $5,000 on first mort
gage. must be gilt edge.^ats%^perpent,^.
1 Attorney at Law, Towson, Md
Feb. 18—tf
Money to loan on
FIRST-CLASS REAL EBTATM,
IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT 5% PER CENT.
Apply to ORA SON A BACON,
Dec. 16—tf Towson. Md*
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