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'Publlsbeiletenr Thursday at Thurmont, >1.1., by I tie Clarion Publishing Cm J am. H. FIKOK, iiuMines- Manager. Board of Directors: J. T. Wabsorb, Pres., S. B. Bf.nnktt, C. M. Mackley, freas., J. K. Waters, j Jas. H. Fikoh, Sec’y C. C. Waters, \ F. N. Hammakek. TSRMS One Dollar per annum in advance. si. months, sot. ‘trial subscriptions. Three months, No paper will he discontinued until paid up. Advertising Rates will be given on application The publisher reserves the privilege of declining at .ifleis fur space Knteifil fit Ttmrmool I‘out office at* Second Class Matter. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1912. Married. Mr. Ralph P. Rubles, of Queen Anno county, Md., and Miss Marv C. Saylor, daughter of M. F. Saylor of Mutter Sta tion, Md , were married by the Rev. J. W. Hammersley at the Methodist Epia ropal parsonage, Thurmont, ’luesday morning, Nov. 12. li>l2. The young couple will reside on the Eastern Shore. Paralyzed. Mr. Rufus A. Roger, a resident of Frederick, was paralyzed at his home last Saturday evening, and is in a criti cal condition. Mr. Rager is well known throughout the county, he having been , county surveyor for many year-, and did i much surveying in an unofficial capacity. | CHURCH DIRECTORY. Trinity Reformed Church Sunday, Nov. 17. Thurmont, 10.30 a. m. -Preaching. Apples, 2.30 p. m.-Preaching. Rocky Ridge, 10.30 a. m.-Preaching, j Creagerstown. 2.30 p. in. Preaching. An election for pastor will take place at these appointments. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Rev. 1.. H. Browne pastor. On Sunday next, Nov. 17, at 7.30 p. rn , the Rt Rev. John G. Murray, 1). D., Bishop of Maryland, will visit this church and will preach. Everybody cordially in vited. Methodist Episcopal Church— -Rev. J. >V. Hammersley, pastor. 1) a. tn. Sunday School. 030 p. rn. Epworth League. 7.30 j). m. - P.eaching service. - • I WOMANS SITKIiAOF. i (The Equal Franchise League of Thi r rnont assumes responsihil'ly lor fill stal i - ments. facts and arguments edited in 1 this column.) “Straws show which way the wind Mows” is an apt saying and one that tits well the present agitation of Woman’s Suffrage. Not only do we see the cause of Suffrage steadily strengthening in tie women’s ranks, but the many Men s Suffrage Leagues, which are daily organ izing throughout the country, is conclus ive evidence that it is a good work and a sure thing. The west is particularly zealous in com ing out strongly in favor of suffrage. Our own home locality has numerous men who believe in equal suffrage, and who say so. Surely they will he as chiv alrous and fair as the men in our sister states are showing themselves to he! Even down-trodden China is away ahead of us in progress towards one priv ilege. This peculiar idea regarding the ballot for women is nothing hut tradition prin cipally prejudice. Many traditions have been broken down, so can this one be. Speaking of China, a recent article in “The Woman’s Journal” says: “China is far ahead of us, for in the Canton Par liament of one-hundred and twenty mem bers there are ten Chinese women. The first three things considered by this Par liament were foot-binding, the sale of opium, and the sale of little girl slaves.” California, Wyoming, Washington. Colorado and Utah are on solid ground on the suffrage question. Cannot Mary land throw off its shackles and gel in the front ranks of progress? It's A Cure That's Sure • ton- RHEUMATISM. GOUT. Vji SCIATICA, AND •eir LUMBAGO \\„ |,aw lllivil Tllniisrunls Willi JONES BREAK-UP AND IT WILL CURE YOU Always m stock at .1. HOWARD CASSELL’S, THURMONT, MD. SANFORD L. SHAFFER Licensed Real Estate Agent and Broker THURMONT, MD. Address. Box 149 Phone No. 27 Town House at a Bargain, near Square- $1200.00. Town House, W. Main street, Another Bargain—s9oo.oo. Something in Modern Cottages at below cost. Ask about it. Several renting propositions. Desirable house on Water St. f or rtnt. Immediate possession. State your wants in Real Estate. A number of small houses near town at reasonable prices. Agent for Oliver Typewriters. BLOWS UP BALLOON. Frederick R. Law, a New balloonist, when 450 feet above the surface of the Hudson river,' lasi Tues day, blew tip his balloon with dyna- I mite and then dropped snf> ly to the i water with a parachute. 1 his is the fust time such a thing- lias ever been | done. With Ids lighted cigar he lit the fuse attached to the dynamite, 1 and a second later he, clinging to the parachute, shot downward at a ter rific speed. When about 100 feet above the water the parachute tin-j folded, and he settled gradually into the water, lie was picked up by a tug boat. Notice to Taxpayers. I hereby give notice to the Taxpayers of the Corporation of Thurmont, that on j December 2 ami 3, 1912, 1 will call at the homes of each property owner for I he purpose of collecting cor poration taxes. Prompt payment will be ! greatly appreciated. Respectfully, HOWARD H. HAHN, nov 7 4t* Collector. OnliT Nisi on Sales. No. HSTtI Equity. In the Circuit Court for Frederick conn ty, sitting in Equity. September Term, 1912. J. Howard Creuger and E. Mabel ( Creager, his wife, vs. Elfie D. Creager, widow, et. al. ( In the matter of the Report of Sales filed the 4th day of November, 1912. / \RDEREI), That on the 29th day of No- I V / vember. 1912, the Court will proceed to act upon the Report of Sales of Real Estate, reported to said Court by V lu cent Sebold and J. Howard Creager Trustees in the above esuse. and filed therein as aforesaid, to finally ratify and confirm the same, unless cause to the Contrary thereof be shown before said day; provided a copy of this order be in i sorted in some newspaper published in Frederick County for three successive weeks prior to said day. ' The report states the amount of sales to be $13,520.87. ; Dated this 4th day of November, P.u2. HARRY W. BOWERS. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Fredrick ; County. True Copy Test: Hakiiy W. Bow Kits, Clerk. nov 7 4t Vincent Sebold solicitor. ! FOR SALE. Storeroom and Dwelling combined, i Property located in Gracehum, Maryland. This house contains Nine living Rooms I and Large Storeroom with all necessary | fixtures. Suitable for almost any kind lof business. Possession given April 1, ' 1913. Apply to GEO. W. FIROR. i aitg Btf Graceham. Md. i I .’. Our .’. Women’s $2.50 Shoes. ! i WE intend that the Woman who cornea here to invest just Two Fifty in a 1 pair of Shoes shall have the best Shoes ■ she ever bought for the price. 1 There’s more style, more durability, and more good Shoetnaking put into our Two Fifty Shoes than goes into most Shoes costing a Dollar more. MADAM! Test Our §2.50 Shoos! Button, Lace or Blucher Style. Patent or Dull leathers. Tans, if j you prefer. Our Expert Service will always insure you a perfect fit. This Store of Better Shoes offers at ' : all times the best Shoe, for any stated 1 price, that it is possible for said price to buy. 1 AT THE SIGN OF THE BIG SHOE l> N. Market St.. Frederick Where you get what you like and like what you get. : . OVER 66 YEARS EXPERIENCE Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone wending a eketch nod description min’ quickly aseerfniii our opinion free whether an Invention is prohaMy rommunlrn. Mon* st rictly confidential. HANDBOOK on I Aleuts sent free. Oldest m/ency for securing patent*. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive t -p trial notice, wit hout charge, la the Scientific JLicricatt. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest dr dilation of arty m lent tile Journal. Terms, f.I a I year; four niunlhs, $L Hold by all newsdealer*. MUNN &Co. 361BfMd *’ New York I Branch Office, (N6 K 8t„ Wmtilugtou, U, C. POEMS FOR NOVEMBER. The following poems were selected by Miss Ella V. Kiieg, primary supervisor of the schools in Frederick county, for use in schools during the month of No vember. Fat her in Heaven, We 3 hank Thee. For flowers that bloom about our feel, j For tender grass so fresh, so sweet, For song of bird and hum of bee, For all things fair we hear or see, For blue of stream and blue of sky, For pleasant shade of branches high, \ For fragrant air and cooling bre. ze, For beauty of the blooming trees. Father in heaven, we thank Thee. For mother-love and father-care. For brothers strong and sisters fair, For lava at home and here each <1 y, For guidance lest we go astray, For t his new morning with it’s light, For ret and shelter ot the night, For health and food, for love and Mends, For ev’ry tiling Thy goodness semi . Father in heaven, we thank 3 be. —R. W. LineiM.ll. Thanksgiving Day. Over the river and through the woods, To grandfather’s house we go; . The horse knows the way To carry the sleigh ’Through the white and drifted snow. Over the river and through the woods, Oh! how the wind does blow! It stings the toes And bites the nose, As over the ground we go. Over the river and through the woods, To have a first-rate play. Hear the bells ring, "Ting-a-ling-ding;” Hurrah for Thanksgiving Day! Over the river and through the woods, Trot fast, my dapple gray! Spring over the ground, Like a hunting hound, For this is Thanksgiving Day. Over the river and through the woods, Now grandmother’s cap I spy! Hurrah for the fun! Is the pudding done? Hurrah for the pumpkin pie! Lydia Maria Child. The Corn Song. Heap high the farmers’ wintry hoard! Heap high the golden corn! No richer gift has autumn poured From out her lavish horn. Let other lands, exulting, glean 1 he apple from the pine, The orange Horn its glossy green, The cluster from the vine. We better five the hardy gift Our rugged vah >■ bestow. To ch' i r us when the storms shall dri I Our harvest tit Ids with snow. Let earth withhold her goodly root, Let mildew blight the rye, Give to the worm the on-hand's fruit, The wheat liaM to the fly. But let the good old corn adorn The hills our fathers trod, Still let us, for his golden corn, Send up our thanks to Cod. J. G. Whi tier.' r.-^—" 1 REBMUL TSEB EHT. I IWe Sell at Right Prices " ' ,r ' : “ , r, kt,,a '" * I ■■"'■ Matter that *n are sure Lumber, Coal, to be interested In, Sooner I. Fertilizers. '"• niter, if net A| 11 \ die ] din <>f ‘‘Look Hardware. ~ , , it ~n ii in;: ItaeUwant at it, amt j& & wt 1 will lie looking for- Oemeiit. Lime. >" for itiiees on Material lor Wall Plaster, .. , , .. . \ our Hu.ld; no Opel at n ms. Corrugated Pooling I i i Geo. W. Stocksdale, Tli (ii'iiioii t, - - Maryland. The Place f BENNETT’S I The Place To Save I 123 N. Market St., jTo Get j Money 1 rniiniiu. aim-yiaini, j Bargains With September Comes Wew Pall Sty les. Our Line Is Ready Our Prices Right Our Styles the Latest Our Goods Reliable We invite you to look over tile best stock ol I)ry| Goods and Ready-Made Wear in Frederick. I FOR MAKING SOAP This is a great opportunity for every housewife to So that every woman who enters this contest has fifty-three test her skill as a soap maker and at ’the same time chances to win a cash prize, ranging from SI.OO to $15.00. win a valuable cash prize. Every woman can enter Full directions for making soap are printed on every this contest —it doesn’t cost one cent to try —the wrapper of Banner Lye—-every contestant Hasan eipral conditions are as simple as A BC. chance of winning a prize. After you have made your We want to prove to every housewife who reads this soap, cnt off a small piece, wrap it in the Banner Lye paper, that with the aid of Danner Lye she can make wrapper, then in a piece of plain paper, on which write all the soap she needs for her family use make bet- y ()ur full name and address and mail to 'Die Penn ter soap than she can buy anywhere—make it cheaper, chemical Works, Philadelphia, Pa. All packages must with very little labor and m a very short time. bTreceiredltT^TioiiaterthantlielaStdayoflldsinonth. To the women who send In the best samples of homemade soap in • ...... . , which Banner Lye has been used we will award the following cash Every contestant Will be refunded 10c—the price Ot a prizes this month : can of Danner Lye—whether they win a prize or not. Ist Prize $15.00 2nd Prize SIO.OO Knter this great soap-making contest now —it won t cost you any- I 3rd Prize $ 5.00 50 Prizes of $ 1.00 each thing — you get a can of lye fne — you stand to win a cash prize. I BANNER I Vt7 d iilvi The Greatest !.i J Eg ■I Is the greatest soap maker on the market. It unites per- f \ ' - freely, eats up dirt and grease and destroys germs. Banner Lve soap makes hard water soft, saves labor I ffjM - dbackaches - , , . C Kfite- II If you are not quite ready to boil your fat pist now, re- | \\ JIV) \\ V >V "r" ’ member there will he three separate contests—onem ill I V\ d’ %r\'• \ M temher. one in October and another in November. Same !]' [JV||l mQmfl 1 amount of gnze money will he given away (!?SO.(Hi) each 1 month. If you don't win in September, try in ()ctober;]f ;■fa Vdii don’t win in the fust two contests, try in November. j| |jj Enter the contest soon as possible-if your dealer QnuveniAv (, Mfk cannot supply you with Banner Lye, tvrite us. •f’2a |II A THE PENH CHEMICAL WOHK& |U|M; W iVC Philadelphia, Pa, nn A ni7i the fall styles 111 HII V T BOYS’ SUITS llllilll 1 I AGE 5 TO 17. Never before in the history of this Store, have we shown such a large stock o? High Grade Stylish, Dependable BOYS SCHOOL and DRESS SUITS FOR EVERY SIZE BOY Isi<- Fellows. Little Lads and Medium Size Chaps all are splen lidly taken care of at this store. Plenty of llandso Styles to seleet from in all Wool. Cashmere, Worsteds and Nn*ges. made up in double breasted and Norfolk*. The Coats are made roomy and I ants are cut tnll peg knickers, Alt rnCI Being your boy in today, tomorrow, or any day and let ns convince MU 1 ll yon that we can wive yon better values, better styles and better wearing qualities than yon ever received before. Prices $2.03 - $2.50 - $3.00 - $4.00 - $5.00 OUR MILLINERY OPENING will be Oct. 8,9,10,11 & 12. Showing up-to-date and latest Styles, as all our good* are entirely new having oulv carried over a lew shapes and these have been consigned to the ruhhish heap. Mrs. Tyson will have ol* this Department where she will welcome her friends and patrons. RKMKMUKR TIIK PIANO CONTEST. 100 VOTES FOR K\ KIIA DOLLAR. I Gram Piano Prize Voting Contest. | i ; Cut on) Ibis Coupon and bring il to • I rout a. tvson & co. j[ I l! will count you 25 Voles. How To Gel Vote Tickets. With Every Yearly Subset I ti.ai to The Catoetin Clarion accompanied by SLOP in Cash, •>OOO votes will be given: two years: 10.000 for three years. This applies to back Subscriptions. Yuli can pay for as nmv vac I vane as yon desire. You ••at. get votes for Job Printing I~r advertising—2oo votes for each ,!■ -r. The l.est way to get votes is to get Subscriptions for Hits paper. son j will he surprised how easy it is to gvt id" is. Civ. your money to the la - who at mutants for this Piano. They will deliver it to the | Manager of the (Taimun, and he will giv. da m a Vot ■ Certificate and mail you a receipt for your money. I ROB’T A. TYSON & CO., Thurmont, Md.