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VINCENT SEUOLD Attorney-at-Law. Attorney for Thurmont National Bank At Thurmont Every Thursday. Offices H’ld’g, Emmitsburg, Md. and with Judge Motter, Court St., Frederick, Md. Phone, Emmitsburg 17-3 CITIS. V. WATERS AN D l llOKt b.dOniillNTZ, Alloreys-(-lw. FREDERICK, MARYLAND. Mr. Waters will be in Thurmont EVERY. WEDNESDAY. Will give prompt attention to all Law, Equity and Testamentary business placed in our hands. Telephone call 271. CHARLES McC. MATHIAS Attornry-at-Law Office with Emory L. Coblentz, The Peoples Fire Insurance Building, Frederick, Maryland. At Thurmont Every Night and i Saturday afternoons. aug 3 ly Local Items. CllCliCll DIRECTORY. Moravian Chureli Rev. Roh't llnebe ner. pastor. Su’ day, Nov. S; — At Thurmont: Regular Preaching Service at 7 p. m. Trinity Reformed ( linn li Rev. I’. E lleimer. pastor. Sunday, Nov. 81 h Sunday School at 9.30 a. m. Home Missionary service at 10.30 a m. At 7 p. in., Recital of and Sermon on “The Prodigal Son.” C. E. Society at 6 p. m. Carroll Goss Dry By 1,200 Interest In Local Option Over shadows All Klse. Union Bridge. Md., Nov. 3.—Carroll I county, on the local option question, to day voted “dry” hy approximately 1,200 | voles. The actual majority against the | saloons, with one precinct still to be j heard from, was 1,189. Intense interest has been manifested | in the local option fight throughout the j county. Little else in connection with the election has been discussed for weeks. The bill granting the citizens the right | to vote on the liquor question was passed at the last session of the Legislature. Sues W. M. For #5.000. Charles A. Lewis, of near Sabillas ville, this county, who was badly injured several months ago when he was run down by a Western Maryland train and hurled from his team, has filed a suit for damages for $5,000 against the company. Lewis is represented by attorneys Elias B. Hartle, J. W. Wolfinger, D. A. Wol finger, of Hagerstown; and D. Princeton Buckey, of Frederick. Lewis, who was driving a team, was struck on a crossing about one mile west of Sabillasville, The horse was instant ly killed and the wagon badly damaged. Lewis was hurled from the wagon and was injured about the body, the head and the limbs. In his suit Lewis declares that the trainmen did not signal upon approach ing the crossing. Remarkable Cure of Croup. “Last winter when my little boy had croup 1 got him a bottle of Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy. 1 honestly believe it saved his life,” writes Mrs J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. “It cut the phlegm and re lieved his coughing spells. I am most grateful for what this remedy has done for him.” For sale by all dealers. Advertiaemont FORD S BRAND OPERA HOUSE. Week Noy. 9th, Oliver Morose an nounces the captivating comedy success that ran two years in New York, PEG O’ MY HEART, by J. Hartley Manners, with Elsa Ryan , and an admirable company. “Peg O’ My Heart,” with the excep tional record of two years run in New York, is coming week November 9 with Elsa Ryan in the title role, a portrayal that has won distinction at the Metropo lis and elsewhere. Peg is a character study of unusual attractiveness, unique in her honesty of expression and discernment. She comes from America to England, a wild little Irish girl, untrained and un taught, her father inherits a fortune un known to her, sends her to aristocratic relatives in England, who have become j impoverished, to be finished in education and culture, her father pays them well but they never understand Peg and she longs for home and father, not before having a little romance however which culminates in her happiness. The comedy is a play that delights through ail its merry acts and interest ing scenes. Miss Ryan has the advantage of a splendid company and the production is the same seen during the extended Me tropolitan run. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Admission 26 and 50 cents. Evenings 50c, 75 cents and SI.OO. Week November 16, the merriest hit of the year, “Too Many Cooks,” direct from its long New York run. Advertisement Literary Meeting. Excellent PeoKcam Rendered At Last Jleeting. The meeting of the Key Literary Soci ety of the Thurmont High School was held Friday, October 30th, at 2.30 p. m., the president, Miss Ruth Linn, of Em mitsburg, presiding. The reading of the minutes was omit ted. Miss Helen Creager was elected reporter for the society. The following program was then rendered: Music—“ The Spanish Cavalier”. Debate— Subject, “Resolved, that Money has more Influence than Knowl edge”. Judges, Misses Feme Byers, of Motters, Feme Snook, of Rocky Ridge and Pauline Wiles, of Lewistown. First affirmative speaker, Mr. Clyde Gray, of Deerfield; first negative speaker, Mr. John Creeger. of Thurmont; second af firmative speaker, Miss Beulah Troxell, of Graeeham; second negative speaker, Miss Helen Wolfe, of Catoctin. The Judges decided in favor of the negative. Singing “Last Night was the End of the World,” Miss Helen Creager and Mr. Charles Wisotzkey. Reading—Mr Charles Brenaman. ! Composition—Mr. Ross Shindledecker. i Reading—Cassandra Hesson. Journal—Paul Fleagle. Reading—Lucy Stevens. Recitation—Edna Poffenberge-. Music—“Love’s Old Sweet Song.” Report of Critic Mr. Frederick Firor. The Society adjourned to meet next Friday afternoon at 2.30 o’clock. Visitors are welcome to be present at the mee'ings of the society. Personal. Mrs. Isaacs and daughter, who occupied the Hartley cottage the past summer, moved to Baltimore lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Willhide and fam ily, of Keysville, visited Mr. George E. Willhide and family last Sunday. Mrs. John Martin, of Waynesboro, vis ited several days the past week in this place. Miss Dorothy Beachlty entertained a number of her playmates last Saturday in honor of her birthday. Mr. John D. Beachley, of Middletown, visited Prof, and Mrs. H. D. Beachley several days the past week. Rev. Chas. L). Shaffer preached in St. , John's Lutheran church Sunday evening, j the pastor Rev. M. L. Beard, going to I Creagerstown. i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Winebrenner, of Highfield, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Winebrenner and Mr. and Mrs. William Eigenbrode Sunday last. , On Friday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bangs, of Baltimore, moved to Thurmont, occupying the dwelling of Mrs. Wm. H. Martin on Carroll street. [ Key. Harry Wissler, of this place, filled the pulpit for Rev. Dr. Conrad Clever in Hagerstown last Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd Reisler, who has been in Frederick City Hospital for treatment, returned home last Sunday. Mr. Joseph Lidia, of this place, who has been ill, is improving. Rev. M. L. Beard, of St. John’s Luth eran church this place, addressed a large audience in the Lutheran church at Creagerstown last Sunday evening, his subject being “Temperance.” Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Sefton and family visited in Gettysburg last Sunday. Graeeham Letter. Mrs. Georgie Strong is visiting her j sister, Mrs. Barrick of Walkersville. i Mr. and Mrs. John Pittinger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hum- j crick of Lewistown. Miss Florence Colliflower spent Sunday '■ at Rocky Ridge. On Sunday afternoon there will be held a Rally Day service at Apples church. Mr. Robert Creeger and family of 1 Thurmont visited Mr. and Mrs. Alonza Buhrman Sunday last. Those who spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ernst were Misses! Julia, Lottie and Birdie Troxell, Bessie and Anna Pryor, Messrs Rev. Huebener, John Pittinger, Elmer Buhrman, Ray mond Boiler, Victor Pryor, Wm. Fresh our, Calvin Troxell. Sunday school 9.30 a. m., C. E. Society at 6.30 p. m., Preaching 7.00 p. m. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Col liflower gave a dinner in honor of their son Howard and wife. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colliflower, , Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colliflower, Jr , Mr. and Mrs. John Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Keilholtz, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Young. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Null, Mrs. Amanda Colliflower, Mrs. Mattie Colli flower. Mrs. Chas. Miller, Misses Agnes Joy, Belva Colliflower, Alice Keilholtz, Francis Young, Messrs Rob’t Huebener, Walter Colliflower, Hubert and Austin Joy, John and Glenn Keilholtz, and Earl Young. On Saturday evening a surprise was given Mr. Harry Null in honor of his 26th birthday. Refreshments consisted of cocoa, lemonade, cakes, bananas, candies. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Null, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller and ! children, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Young and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Domer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saylor, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colliflower, Sr., Mrs. John Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colliflower, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Boiler, Mrs. Julia Conner, Mrs. Mattie Colliflower, Rev. Huebener and Arthur Fox. At a late hour all returned home wishing Mr. . Null many more happy birthdays. Golden Wedding Anniversary. On Tuesday evening, October 10th, Mr. and Mrs. Simon A. Lohr will have been married 50 years. They will cele brate this their golden wedding annivers ary at the home of their son, Mr. and I Mrs. William Lohr, that evening from I 7 until 10.30. Program Arranged For S. i S. Convention. Sessions of County Association in Frederick Nov. 6. The program for the annual conven ■ tion of the Frederick County Sunday School Association, the sessions of which - are to be held in the Grace Reformed I church and Sunday School on Friday, ; November 6th, has been announced by the president, Prof. Harry J. Kefauver. Over a hundred and twenty-five delegates . have already expressed their intentions ■ of attending and speakers of prominence ’ have been secured to deliver addresses * during the morning, afternoon and even : ing sessions. There are about 140 Sunday schools in the county affiliated with the organiza tion and two delegates are invited from each school. All of the delegates will be entertained on the day of the conven tion by the committee which has charge of this part. Mr. C. A. Gilson is chair man and others on the committee are: Mrs. William E. Filler, Mrs. Z. E. Du vall, Mrs. Lewis M. Bayer, Mrs. Mar garet Keefer, Mrs. William Steinhous, Miss Anna Brown, Mrs. Harry J. Kefau ver, Mrs. Marion Moberly and Mrs. H. P. Fahrney. Prof. J. C. Biehl is chair man of the ushers’ committee and the executive committee will act in the capacity of the program committee. The program as announced, follows: Morning session in Sunday school room: 10.00 a. m., Devotional service, led by C. William Ahalt, of the Lutheran church, Middletown; 10.20, “Why We Are Here,” county president, Prof. Harry J. Kefau ver; 10.36, “The Bible as a Book for Children,” Mrs. William J. G. Reinmuth, of the Presbyterian church, Frederick; 10.50, “The Bible as a Guide for Men and Women,” Rev. F. F. Neel, M. E. church, south, Frederick; 11.05, music; 11.10, “Sunday School Management,” Rev. B. W. Kindley, general secretary if the Maryland Sunday School Associa tion; 11.35, “The Cradle Roll,” Miss Maggie S. Wilson, elementary superin- 1 tendent, Maryland Sunday School Asso ciation; 12.00, noon in'errnission. 1.30 p. m. meeting of committees. Afternoon session in Sunday school room. 2.00, Scripture, song and prayer, led hy Dr. Charles F. Wehler, Hood Col lege; 2.10, “Echoes from the Interna tional Sunday School Convention of 1914” W. W. Doub, Middletown; 2.30, “The County Organizer,” Dr. E. R. Miller, former president of the Rockingham Co. (Va.) Sunday School Association; 3.00, i reports of committees and election of officers; music; offering; 3.10, “Approv ed Workmen, How Secured,” Rev. B. : W. Kindley; 3.30, Discussion; 3.40, “The Beginners,” Mrs. Maggie S. Wilson; 4.00, “Deepening the Spiritual Life of , the Sunday School,” H. S. Fenton, M. !E. church, Frederick; 4.30, Closing Words; benediction. Evening session in Grace Reformed church. 7.45, Song and praise service, led hy Rev. E. H. Hummelhaugh, United Brethren church; 8.00, Reports of Officers and Departmental Workers; 8.15, offer- | ing; music; 8.20, “The Graded Lesson,” | Miss Wilson; 8.45, “The Organized Bible Class,” Rev. A. B. Station, D. 1).. Hag. ejrstown; 9.15, prayer and benediction. The convention last year was held in Thurmont. There were over a hundred delegates present at that time and it is expected that even more than those al ready announced, will attend. The j officers of the convention are - President, j Prof. Kefauver; first vice president, Ray mond G. House, Middletown; second vice j president, James C. Biehl, Frederick; \ secretary, Miss Eleanor D. Abbott; as sistant secretary. Miss Sadie A. Hahn; 1 treasurer, Jesse H. Michael. ! Many Go To Pittsburg- The Western Maryland excursion from | Baltimore to Pittsburg last Sunday prov -led a groat success. The Baltimore Sun l reports that nearly four hundred persons 1 from Baltimore and more than five hun dred from along the line patronized the ! excursion. The train passing Thurmont carried 11 cars—seven day coaches and four sleep ers, and extra cars were attached to the regular express going byway Hanover and Gettysburg. Thurmont and vicinity furnished 15 and 13 came from Frederick over the trolley road. The exact number making the trip is as follows: Train from Balti- I more via Thurmont taking on passen- j gers to Hagerstown, carried 397; Balti- j more train via Gettysburg to Hagers- i town, 197; train starting from Hagers- | town, 337, in all 931. Berths from this [ place could be had for $1.60 and $2.00. The train returning from Pittsburg arrived here about five o’oluck Monday i morning. Man Shot At Yellow Springs. Last Thursday night while on his way home, Frank Smith, a deputy Forrest j Warden residing near Yellow Springs I near Frederick, was shot from ambush while passing the home of George Bart j gis who also resides in that vicinity. After being shot Smith walked to his I home unaided. A little later he was tak ( en to a physician in Frederick and 75 shot were picked from his back and side. He was then removed to Frederick City hospital. Smith charged George Bartgis with doing the shooting and shortly after mid night he was arrested by Sheriff Conard. Before Justice Anders he denied shoot ing Smith. He was held under SSOO bond for his appearance before the Grand Jury .I in February. His father furnished the i bond. Some time ago Bartgis and his father - were arrested by Smith and it is said 1 there has been more or less trouble ever i since. Smith is recovering from the ef fects of his wounds. Fire At Foxville. Store and Dwelling Banned In The Early Merging. Last Sunday morning the store and dwelling belonging to Mr. Elmer E. Buhrman at Foxville was destroyed by (ire. As stated to us, Mr. Buhrman had just arose and was starting fire to prepare breakfast. Owing to a bad flue the fire caught the woodwork of the building and in a few minutes the entire structure was in flames. Owing to the scarcity of water at this time it was useless to try to save the structure. With the help of neighbors who came to his assistance Mr. Ruhr man saved some goods from the store and also some of his furniture. Some insurance was carried but not sufficient to cover the loss, which is esti mated in the neighborhood of one thous and dollars. Financial Statement. The following is a statement of the amount of money received at the Song Services held during the past summer, and also shows the amount of expenses: Collections. July 19th, $0.97 “ 26th 4.41 August 2nd 5.36 “ 9th, 5.50 “ 16th, 5.37 “ 23rd 7 5 84 “ 30th 4.74 Sept. 6th 2.77 “ 13th, 207 Total $44.63 Expenses. Printing $3.50 ( Boards for platform, 2,00 Total $5.50 ' Total Collections, $14.03 Total Expenses 5.50 Amount on hand, $39.13 I 1 I The net amount will be kept on inter- j est for another summer and will be used I i to further the Song Service movement, i (Signed) Paul B. Beard. ' Notice. The King’s Daughters Supper and Sale i : at Town Hall, Nov. oth and 7th. Supper served at 6p. m., 25 cents. Entertain- ■ ment each evening: Friday, Monologue, | Music, Drill; Saturday, Farce entitled “The Heavenly Twins.’’ Admission 5 cents. Oysters Saturday night. Ice 1 ( cream, candy and fancy articles for sale. : Despondency Due to Indigestion. It is not at all surprising that persons j who have indigestion become discouraged 1 and despondent. Here are a few words of hope and cheer for them by Mrs. | Blanche Bowers, Indiana, I’a. "For years my digestion was so poor that 1 could only eat the lightest foods. I tried every thing that 1 heard of to get relief, ■ but not until about a year ago when 1 1 saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertise- 1 ment and got a bottle of them, did I find the right treatment. I soon began to ■ improve, and since taking a few bottles ; of them my digestion is fine.” For sale i by all dealers. Advert iiiemenl. Business Locals. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S CASTO R I A For Sale. Fine Male Pigeons for mating. For particulars call at CLARION OFFICE. may 7 tf CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of J hliqrtisiiinntts . GEO. t STOCKSDALE THURMONT, 311). Dealer In Hardware, Groceries, Cement, Plaster, Wall Finish, Galvanized Iron and Felt Roofings, Feed, Seeds, Phospha'e, Wire Fencing,and Gat: s. Prompt Attention Given All Orders. OCt 1 Id EBPOET OF THE CONDITION OF THE THURMONT Ba!4k, at Thurmont, in the State of Maryland, at the close OF BUSINESS, SEPTEMBER 12, 1914. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $233,334 24 Overdrafts, secured and unse cured 832 31 Stocks, bonds, securities, etc. 227,355 98 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 13,000 00 Mortgages and Judgments of record, 24,832 49 Due from National, State and Private Banks and Bankers and Trust Companies, other than reserve, 14,626 02 Checks and other cash items, 1,573 85 Due from approved Reserve agents, 6,672 92 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz., 10,100 15 U. S. Currency and Na tional Bank notes, 6,838 00 Gold Coin 2,352.60 Silver Coin 622.50 Nickles and Cents 287.15 Miscellaneous Assets 562 50 Total $532,890 46 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in $ 21,600 00 Stock Thurmont Nat’l Bank outstanding 3,400 00 Surplus fund 18,000 00 Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid,... 1,874 42 Contingent Interest, 1,323 65 Due to NationaJ, State and Private Banks and Bankers and Trust Companies other than reserve, 1,806 28 Dividends unpaid, 102 00 Subject to check ... 59,174 94 Certified checks.... 40 Cashier’s checks out standing, 252 50 59,427 84 Savings and Special, 406,506 27 Circulation Thurmont Nat’l Bank. 18,850 00 Total, $532,890 46 State of Maryland, County of Fred erick, m: 1, Jno. G. Jones, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. JNO. G. JONES, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21 st day of September, 1914. Rudolph O. Eyler, Notary Public. Correct —Attest: C. M. Root, i M. L. Cbeaoer, Directors. Wm. J. Stoner, j C. & P. Phone—Thurmont 24-W Report of the Condition of the IITIZffISWIMS BANK of Tliunuont, Maryland, at tin* close of Business Sept. 12, It) 14. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $177,781 92 Overdrafts secured and unse cured 840 79 Stocks Bonds, securities, etc. 49,876 25 Bonds to secure Postal Savings 1,000 00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 5,100 00 Other real estate owned 1,500 00 Mortgages and Judgments of Record 187,149 66 Due from Approved Reserve Agents 4,697 50 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: 5,688 59 U. S. Currency and Na tional Bank N0te5...3857 00 Gold Coin 398 00 Silver Coin 1196 10 Nickels and Cents... 237 49 Total, $432,634 71 LIABILITIES. Weekly Deposits $ 25,000 00 Surplus Fund 25,000 00 U ndividod profits, less expenses interest taxes paid 2,223 39 Contingent Interest 1,329 11 Due to approved Reserve Agents 1,982 17 Dividends unpaid 18 00 Subject to check. 32,656 42 Savings and Special.. 319,425 62 Bills Payable including cer tificates of deposits for money borrowed 25,000 00 Total, $432,634 71 State of Maryland, ) County of Frederick, ( I, Stanley R. Darnuth, Cashier of the above named institution, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. STANLEY R. DAMUTH, Cashier. Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 22nd day of September, 1914. Rudolph O. Eyler, Notary Public. Correct—Attest: M. J. Albauoh, ) James K. Waters, \ Directors. Frank R. Martin. ) -\\vk, xo a&Xo V ame, axv& Yox\\xm \ab\c£ ,\\ou caxvX &oxVckv &av\b\xava -‘bXoxl. < Citizens Savings Bank S>\ abltOXVO)ftaxOß.. \)i wfc \toX\v. M) w. Citizens Savings Bank axu) ‘imxv.es axeXte see ot wham. scm, ftoxOß.. Citizens Savings Bank John S. Weybright - DEALER IN - K Groceries! Feed! Hardware! Hammond Dairy Feed, Bran, Middling, Corn. Poultry Spplies and Feeds. Try Our Horse Feed. WATER STREET, THURMONT, MD. ) . S Chicken lice cost the poultryman more money than all other items of poultry expense com- i&jli blned They kill thousands of chickens every f-—j year. Prevent this loss by dusting your fowls with Conkey’s Lice Powder a combination of effective lice killing ingre dients. It s quick and sure. J __ Kills the Lice, Doesn’t Harm Chickens \ jOB Its use means bigger poultry profits. Restores ( health and vitality to your (lock. Guaranteed. ! Conkey’s Lice Liquid q^qTo. i I i Sprayed about the poultry house will rid Cl.sl.uo Ask for your ch >ckens of the hte-sapping mites that i , , live in the cracks and crevices. ! ; Conkeys Qt. 35c, half gal. 60c. gal. SI.OO. Free Conkey’s Head Lice Ointment ||? Poultry II rub ed on the h.ad o little chicks will I I ■ q i * quickly kill the d adly head louse without *5 booklet injury to the chick. Safe and sure. 10c and 25c. BYour Money Dai'-t If Conkey’t Lire Killing ... , oe B Pr.p&ratiwiri Do Not Satisfy lOcandJSe Corner Drug Store II. CASSELL, Proprietor. McCLEERY’S JEWELRY STORE! 48 \. Market St, Fredrriek. Next to “The News.” , When you come to Frederick wo invito you to inspect our stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Class and Novelties. It is a pleasure to us to show you our goods and quote you our low prices. We Positively Guarantee All Our Repairing. ASK POK Gr. L. BREAD ■ Made E-jr The G. L. Baking Company, Frederick, Md. It is a Bread of Quality made of the Best and Purest ingredients and is linked in a Sanitary Up-to-date Bakery by skilled bakers. If yon appreciate Quality ask your dealer for Gr. L. BREAD Western Maryland College Westminster, Md. Rev. T. H. Lewis, 1). !>., LL. 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White Goods in all the New Fabrics: Voile, Flaxen, Crepe, Rice Cloth, Batiste, tfec. We have opened the host assorted Hue of Laces, Embroidery, Floiiiiciugs, All Overs, Band ings, tfec., we have ever shown. We are ready with our Spring Coats,our sales so far prove the styles and prices right. It will pay to see them before you buy. Watch the Daily News on Friday and Satur day for our Saturday Bargains.