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THE NEWS TOWBON, Md. Saturday, September 4, 1909. UNION NEWS PUBLISHING CO., Inc., Proprietors. SI.OO per annum -in advance. Pottage pre paid. JTo subscription taken for let* than tin month*, HTC. * r. PHONE—TOWSON 211_ REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Comptroller of the Treasury. FRANCIS EDWIN WILLIAMS, of Cecil County. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. —o:o For Clerk of the Circuit Court, JAMES N. FREDERICK, 7th District. For County Treasurer, HARRT W. DILWORTH, Uth District. For Sheriff, GEORGE LONG, 12th District. For County Commissioners. JOHN H. KEBNET, 6th District. ASA B. GARDINER, Jr., Bth District. AUGUST WEIS, 12th District. For House of Delegates, J. FRANK SUPPLES, Jr., Ist District. THOS. M. SHAMBBRGBR, sth District. WILLIAM D. CURRY, 10th District. JOHN EDW. ASHER, 12th District. J. HENRY VOLZ, 14th District. ALFRED S. SMITH, 3d District. Election, Tuesday, November 2d, 1209. NOTICE OF CONSOLIDATION. This will be the last issue of The Tow son News in its present form. This pa per and The Baltimore County Union will be consolidated and will hereafter be published as one paper, under the ownership and control of Union News Publishing Company, Incorporated. All subscription and advertising con tracts heretofore made with either The Towson News Publishing Company, publishing The Towson News, or Long necker Bros., publishing The Balti more County Union, will be fulfilled by the new company, publishing the consolidated papers. Confirming the above the under signed, surviving partner of the firm of Longnecker Bros,desires to announce that he has retired from the newspa per business and will devote his time to closing up the affairs of the old firm. In doing this I return my grateful acknowledgments to the pub lic generally for the very liberal pa tronage they have always extended to The Union, and respectfully ask a con tinuance of the same to the company that will hereafter control and conduct the paper. H. C. Lonnecker. The Union News Publishing Com pany, Incorporated, extends cordial greetings to the patrons of both The Baltimore County Union and The Tow son News, which appear this week in consolidated form, and respectfully re quest a continuance of their favors in subscriptions, correspondence, adver tising and job work, promising the same faithful attention to their inter ests that has heretofore been given by the separate managements of the two papers. The subscription price of the con solidated papers will be one dollar a year. The rate of one dollar and fifty cents a year heretofore charged by the Union is not too much, but the new amount has been adopted by nearly all the weekly papers of the country ! and is much more convenient for many persons in remitting. The pub lishers hope that the loss in price will be more than made up by the increase in number of subscriptions. This re- 1 duction will only apply to new busi ness and subscriptions falling due after .September 1,1909. Subscribers who are paid up in ad vance for both The Union and The News will have their time equitably extended. For instance, a man who has paid up for the Union to January 1,1910, and for The News to March 1, 1910, will be considered as having paid for the consolidated paper to July 1, 1910. We find, though, that the num ber of duplicate subscribers is surpris ingly small. All subscribers in arrears to The Towson News will be rendered bills at an early date for the amount due that paper on August 28,1909, the date of the lgst separate issue. All present advertisers in both pa pers and all new advertisers will have the splendid service given by the com bined subscription lists of The Union and The News. This list completely covers Baltimore county, also includ ing considerable circulation in the ad joining counties and in Baltimore city, together with scattering papers to near ly all corners of the globe, to which former Baltimore countians have pen etrated. Current contracts will be car ried out at the rates named therein, and all future contracts will be made in the scale of rates heretofore charged by the Union. The Republicans of the Sixth Judicial Dis trict of Maryland made a highly creditable selection when they nominated Mr. Hammond Umer of Frederick county for the Chief Judgeship. He is a clean, able lawyer and deservedly popular both in Frederick and Montgomery county, which compose the dis trict. Mr. Urner was the last Republican nominee for Attorney-General of Maryland. The Republican Executive Committee of Baltimore county, at a meeting held this week, completed the legislatiye ticket by naming Mr. Alfred S. Smith, of the Third district, and Mr. J. Henry Volz, Jr., of the Fourteenth district, for theSHouse of Delegates. Mr. Smith is a merchant at Pikesville, and Mr. Volz is a suc cessful truok farmer. The selections meet with general approval. HABRY W. DILWORTH. Integrity of character should be one of the dominant features in the life of a candidate for the suffrages of the people as their choice for Treasurer of the county, and in this particular the Republican convention made no mistake when it nominated Harry W. Dilworth of Hyde’s for the position. If height counts for anything, Mr. Dilworth has a shade the better of it on his opponent for the same position, standing six feet one-half inch in his stock ings. Mr. Dilworth was born at Govans 44 years ago, and is a son of the late Robert Dil wortb, who was a well-known farmer and who had been a resident of the county all his life, Mr. Dilworth cast his first vote for the Repub lican ticket in 1886, and has been loyal to his party ever since. It was only at the earnest solicitation of his friends and neighbors, whom he numbers by hundreds, that he accepted the nomination. He says that if conditions are the same over every portion of the county as they are in the Tenth and Eleventh districts, the Democratic ticket will have a hard road to travel. Among the many reasons he gives for M A HARRY W'. DILWORTH. their disaffection is that the people in those sections are heartily in favor of rotation in office. Mr. Dilworth located at Hyde’s Station, Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad, 17years ago and engaged in the general mercantile busi ness, andTias been quite successful. When he commenced business he says he bad not a dollar in the'world, but by close application has built up a lucrative trade. He was educated in the public schools, and his successful career stamps him as a man who possesses good, hard “horse sense.” In addition to his business, Mr. Dilworth has found time to take care of the financial accounts of Bethany Lodge of Odd Fellows, at Glenarm; is district deputy of his lodge; a member of the Rebecca order; railroad agent and postmaster at Hyde’s; vice-president of Long Green Permanent Building and Loan Association; a trustee of School No. 11 and takes an active interest in educational matters and—well, he says he’s willing to assume the responsibility of looking after the collection of taxes if the people will elect him to the office. He is married and has one child. PINCHOT-BALLINGER CONTROVERSY. The controversy now raging among certain officials of the government at Washington concerning the extermination of the forests and the existence or non-existence of a gigantic scheme to control the water-power sites is at once interesting and amusing. It does not help matters much when they virtually call each other hard names, except that the atten tion of the public is thereby called sharply to this vital subject, but it is evident from the statements issued by the belligerents, as is to be expected, that Mr. Gifford Pinchot and his assistant foresters have the facts and figures at their finger tips and it will be surprising if they cannot come out on top with their con tentions proven. * One of the opponents of the forest service thinks that we have plenty of forests to sup ply the country with all the lumber needed for an indefinite number of years, and he suggests that the lumberman should be allowed to cut the timber on government reserves freely, for be might as well get the benefit and the con sumer might as well have more lumber instead of allowing it to be destroyed by fire. He forgets, however, or does not know, that the average lumberman who is seeking only his own immediate profit is often himself respon sible for the destruction of valuable timber or young trees, because he leaves great heaps of brush lying in the woods to serve as fuel for the fire started by the reckless smoker or camper, or by the spark from the railroad loco motive. As to the suggested great power trust, there is no convincing evidence yet at hand to show that the peril is imminent, but the argument that the idea is preposterous does not carry much weight. Many things quite as great have been done in this country, and with the deeds and discoveries of our own day to con sider it is dangerous to say anything is im possible. So let the merry war continue. It will afford some enlightenment and some fun for many a weary day. INCREASING THE WHEAT YIELD. The average wheat crop for the whole United States for ten years to 1908 was 13.78 bushels per acre; for five years to 1908, for Minnesota, 12.56; for North Dakota, 12.08; for South Da kota, 12.14. In Minnesota a steadily increas ing and substantial improvement in yield per acre has been made through the adoption of crop rotation and the use of better seed. Di viding the time from 1882 to 1906 into five year periods gives the following average yields for a quarter of a century: 1882-6, 12.2; 1887-91, 12.5; 1892-96, 12.8; 1897-01, 13.7; 1802-6, 14.0. Thus in a period of twenty-five years the average yield per acre in Minnesota has been increased 1.8 bushels, or, based on the acreage seeded to wheat in 1908 by over nine and one half million bushels, an increase of over 14 per cent. When we compare the average wheat yield of the United States for the last ten years of 13.78 bushels per acre with the average yield in England during the same period of 31.13 bushels per acre, the average yield in France of over 20 bushels and in Germany of 28 to 30 bushels, we at once see the stupendous possi bilities of increase in the world’s production of wheat through proper methods of husband ry. An increase of only five bushels an acre in the yield of the United States alone would amount to about 238,000,000 bushels.—From "Does Bread-Hunger Threaten the World?" by W. C. Tiffany, in the American Review of Reviews for September. Opening of Regular Season at Ford’s.— Al. H. Wilson, whose popularity as a charac ter comedian and singer has won him stellar honors for several seasons in clever dialect plays, has achieved his greatest triumph in his new and merry play by E. B. TiltoD, "Metz in Ireland." The play is attractively romantic with its scenes in picturesque old Ireland. It is thrilling in dramatic situations and filled with entertaining romance, comedy and captivating melody. Mr. Wilson has a number of new and taking songs which he sings with delightful effect, in cluding “Love Thoughts,” "Erin’s Isle,” "The Banshee," “The Nightingale Song,” and “Lit tle Johnny Murphy.” Mr. Wilson is under the management of Sidney R. Ellis, who has not only furnished a splendid play, but given the production every advantage of a superb company and elaborate surrounding. There will be matinees Wednesday and Saturday. The attraction forth 6 week of September 13 will be the metropolitan success, “The Climax.’’ Maryland Theatre.—The second week’s bill for the Maryland will be well in keeping with the Labor Day holiday on which it opens and the merry season which is now at hand. It will be headed by Carter De Haven, who took the place of George M. Cohan with the Cohan minstrels, after the popular comedian’s illness, so cleverly imitating Cohan that few people knew any difference. The other bead liner is Robert B. Kegerries, supported by his own company,presenting the dramatic playlet. “The Tell Tale Heart,” a thrilling poem of Edgar Allen Poe. Among the others on the bill will be the Felix and Barry Four, the new laughing skit; Charles and Fannie Van, with a laugh every minute; Emma Francis and her Bedouin Arabs, with their dances of the des ert; the Dalys, roller skaters; John Neff and Carrie Star, with a new specialty. The extra feature will be Pat Rooney’s musical comedy production, “Simple, Simon Simple.” BALTIMORE MARKETS. Grain, Hay, Etc. WHEAT No. 2, Red..., @ I.ook CORN Spot, bu @ 74 “ Cob. per brl 4.26 @4.30 OATS White, No. 2 41*@ 42 Mixed, NO. 2 39k @4O No. 1. timothy, bales @16.50 No. 2. “ “ 15.50 @16.00 No. 1, clover, mixed @15.00 No. i. “ “ laOO @14.00 STRAW Straight rye, new @14.50 “ " No. 2 13.00 @13.50 Tangled rye, blocks 9.50 @IO.OO Wheat, blocks 7.00 @ 7.60 Oat. good to prime 8.50 @9.00 MILL FEED Spring bran and middlings, ton .24.00 @25.50 CLOVERBEED, pound 12 @ 12k Country Produce, (wholesale.) BUTTER Creamery, separator . @ 31 “ prints 30 @ 32 Md. dairy prints 20 @ 20)4 EGGS Nearby firsts @ 25 LIVE POULTRY Old hens, pound 15k@ 16 Young chickens, pound IT @ 17k Ducks, pound @ 12 VEGETABLES (Corrected every Friday by C. N. Merritt & Bro., Produce Commission Merchants, Produce Exchange Building, Baltimore.) Potatoes, bushel 60 @ 70 Cabbage, per 100 . 1.00 @3.00 String beans 45 © 70 Green corn, per dozen 8 @ 18 Tomatoes, balf-busbel basket... 20 @ 25 Tomatoes.bushel, to packers— 35 @ 50 Egg plants, basket - @ 15 Apples, fancy, barrel 1.00 @ 1.50 At tbe Hay Scalea. EASTERN Timothy hay 15.00 @16.00 Clover hay @13.00 Wheat Btraw .*.... @9.00 Rye straw 14.00 @16.00 Corn, barrel @ 4.35 WESTERN Timothy hay @16.00 Clover hay @12.00 W heat straw @12.00 Rye straw @16.00 Corn, barrel @ 4.75 NORTHWESTERN Timothy hay 15.00 @17.00 Clover hay 12.00 @14.00 Wheat straw 9.00 @IO.OO Rye straw 13.00 @15.00 Corn, barrel 425 @ 4.50 BUILDING PERMITS. A new local law requires permits for all new buildiDgs or structures of any kind exceeding in value $ 100 to be erected in the First, Sec ond, Third, Ninth, Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth election districts of Baltimore county. The following permits have been granted since the last report: Reported by Thomas J. Flanagan, inspector First district: Harry L. Price—Two-and-a-half story frame cottage, north side Royal Oak avenue, near Gwvnn Oak avenue. Emil J. Klemm, builder. Thomas J. Flannery—Two-and-a-half story frame cottage, east side Beech avenue, between Gwynn Oak and Norwood avenues. Owner, builder. Ambrose W. Tarny—Two-and-a-half story frame cottage, south side Ferudale avenue, near Gwynn Oak avenue. Arthur F. Nichol son, builder. John I. Cragg—Two-story-and-attic frame cottage, Vermont avenue, near Woodland ave nue, Irvington. John H. Gerwig, builder. George Gillespie—Two-story frame cottage, Windsor Mill road, near Dickeyville. Owner, builder. Conrad J. Kolb—Two-story-and-attic frame cottage, Harlem lane, near Edmpndson ave nue. Owner, builder. J. H. Brown, representing company—Two and-a-half story frame cottage, uwynndale, near Gwynn Oak avenue. Emil J. Klemm, builder. Was to Have Been a Good Game, But—The Waverly Press baseball team promised a good game last Saturday with tbe Sheppard-Pratt Hospital team, but they made an awful mistake. Jarboe held the visitors down in great shape, fanning 10 men. The backstop work of Frazier, Sheppard’s new man, was the feature. Not a stolen base was recorded against him. “Red” Adams put up a spiel at Umpire McNeille’s decision on calling strikes on him, and threatened some dire things if the pea were put over. Adams got his chance a minute later and sent it on a journey for four bases. Scorer Gable became disgusted at tbe size of tbe score and called “quits.” SCORE BT INNINGS. 9heppard-Pratt 121 0 11 121215 I 4 I 0 I x 116 Waverly Press |l|o|o|o|o|l|l|o| 0| 3 St. Philip’s Carnival and Exposition.— Tbe members of St. Philip’s Protestant Epis copal Church, Lombard street and East ave nue, HighlaDdtown, are working hard for tbe success of their block carnival aDd exposition to be held on tbe church lawn the week be ginning September 13. The proceeds will go toward improving the present parish huilding and provide a place where the youDg people of the neighborhood can spend their evenings in stead of on tbe street corners and other ques tionable places. There will be an automobile, strawride, merry-go-round and a “hit-the baby,” also all kinds of refreshments. A band of music will be in attendance tbe entire week. Mr. Ira D. Long has charge of the arrange ments and is assisted by Mr. William Mc- Caghey. Rev. J. Luther Martin is the rector. Sale of Towson Property.—William M- Risteau, auctioneer, sold on the premises, on Wednesday afternoon, for the owner, a vacant lot, in fee, situated on the north stde of Penn sylvania avenue, Towson, near the Court House; purchased by Mr. Francis A. Clark for 8500. DEATHS. — l Tributes, Ac., lO Cent* Per Line.— BERRYMAN.—September 2, at the residence of her son, E.L. Berryman, Walnut Grove, Arling ton, Marla R. Berryman, widow of Ephraim Berryman, of Reisterstown, aged 98 years. CUDDY.—August3l, William M. Cuddy, aged 24 years, son of George W.and Sarah E. Cuddy. GEGNER.—August 31, John George, aged 78 years,, 11 months and 21 days, husband or Mary Gegner. CHRlST.—Suddenly on August 31, at his home, Sinclair lane, Orangeville, John Christ, aged 72years, 11 months and 19 days. CRUE.—August 27, T. Jefferson Crue, husband of Mary J. Crue, aged 77 years, at the residence of his son-in-law, George Jones, Chestnut Ridge. CHRISTOPHER.—September 2, at Hamilton, Harford road, John M.,aged 56 years, husband of Caroline L. Christopher. COLEMAN.—September 2, at bis (residence, Longwood road, Roland Park, John T. Cole man, Sr., aged 83 years. JAMES.—At Mt. Winans, August 31, John P. James, husband of Caroline M. James, aged 39 years. HALL.—At Govanstown, August 20, Susanna, widow of John R. Hall, and daughter of the late Samuel Plummer. McCULLOUGH.—August 29, at her home, Chest nut avenue, Hampden, Laura Virginia, wife of Vinton W. McCullough, formerly of Baltimore county. SHIPLEY—At Dickey ville, August 27, Rachael M. Shipley, aged 83 years, wife of John Ship ley. WYMAN.— Sundenly, August 31,Robert Calvin, aged 45 years, sou of the late Jackson and Mary Wyman, of Sherwood. ZANG.—At St. Helena. August 26, Ruth Almeda, daughter of John W. and Bertha M. Zang, aged 11 months. Hew J^jawjeuiisjerajetxts. ■jglOß SALE. No. 1 FRESH COW. Apply to C. E. WEAKLEY, Sept. 4—lt*] Near Sweet Air, Md. ANTED TO BUY. PIGS, SHOATS, HOGS AND COWS. Apply to JAMES W. SHEA, Sept. 4—4t] Lutherville, Md. JpOK SALE. THREE PRAIRIE STATE INCUBATORS, ONE CYPHER’S BROODER, ONE BONE GRINDER, ONE CIDER PRESS. ONE MEAT CHOPPER AND PRESS, FIVE BROOD SOWS. ONE LARGE MALE HOG, SIX SHOATS. Also a Collection of other Artioles. Apply at LOCUST VALE STOCK FARM. Dulany’s Valley Road, Towson. Sept. 4—lt*] TO THE PUBLIC. The undersigned, surviving partner, who Is closing up the business of the late firm of LONG NECKER BROS., can be found at the office of THE UNION-NEWS P U BLISHING COM PANY in Towson, where he will be glad to give attention to any matters connected with that firm. Those knowing themselves indebted on either ADVERTISING OR SUBSCRIPTION ACCOUNTS will please call and adjust the same. All the affairs of tbe late firm must be closed np as speedily as possible. H. C. LONGNECKER, Surviving partner of the late firm of Long necker Bros.,j>roprietors of THE BAL- Sept. 4—4t] TIMORB COUNTY UNION. J. Howard Pox, Attorney at Lau>, Second National Bank Building, Towson, ltd. J HOWARD FOX, ASSIGNEE, VS. ED . WARD A. BYRNE AND AGNES M. BYRNE, HIS WIFE, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 3d day of September, 1909, that the sale made and reported by J. Howard Fox, As signee, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the con trary thereof be shown. On or before the 27th day of September, 1909, Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Balti more county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 27th day of September,l9o9. The report states the amount of sales to be $1,600.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk. True Copy—Test: Sept. 4—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. Hew IMPLICATION I —roß I TRANSFER OF LIQUOB LICENSE. OrncE or the Clerk or the Cibcuit Court 1 for Baltimore County, v Towson, Md.. Sept. 3,1909. ) Notice is hereby given that applications has < been made to this office for the transfer of li cense to sell spirituous or fermented liquors from Howard Arrlngdale. 1539 South Clinton street. Twelfth district, to Wm. H. Konig, 1539 Bouth Clinton street. Twelfth district. Frank Zinkand, 2039 South Clinton street, Twelfth district, to John Williams, 2039 South Clinton street. Twelfth district. And that unless cause be shown in writing to tbe contrary, | On or before the 18th day of September, 1909, the transfers applied for will be issued, provided the applicants complies with all the require ments of law. WILLIAM P. COLE, Sept. 4—2t] Clerk. TO CREDITORS. In the District Court of the United States ' for the District of Maryland— In Bankruptcy. , IN THE MATTER OF THE CHASE STORE COMPANY, A BODY CORPORATE. A BANKRUPT. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, That on the 30th day of July, 1909, the Chase Store Company of Baltimore county, in said district, was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the office of Eman uel W. Herman, Referee, Piper Building, Tow son, Maryland, On the 16th day of September, 1909, \ At 11 o’clock A. M., i for tbe purpose of allowing claims, examining bankrupt, selecting a trustee or trustees, aDd 1 transacting such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Bankrupt’s schedules show assets at $702.87. EMANUEL W. HERMAN, Referee, rxfwa) Piper Building, Towson, Md. unices -j Guilders’ Exchange Building, Sept. 4—lt] Baltimore, Md. ALL MEETING , ~ or THE Glen Racing Association*^ MONKTON, MD. . > On Saturday, September 18th, 1909, UWReglus at 1 o’clock P. M. (If stopped by bard rain on first clear day.) 1. Trotting Race, 3 minute class, half-mile heats—Purse. 2. Pacing Race, 3 minute class, (hopples bar red), half-mile heats—Purse. 3. Running Race, half-breds, half-mile heats— Purse. 4. Mule Race, go-as-you-please, half-mile heats —Purse. 5. Jumping Contest—Ribbons. 6. Farmers’ Running Race, half-mile heats— Purse. 7. Steeplechase, distance about 2)4 miles Prizes. LONG GREEN BAND. DANCE AT NIGHT. REFRESHMENTS. ADMISSION, - - ~ - - - 25 eta. CHILDREN, 10 eta. GRAND STAND, 10 Cta. ZWFor circulars giving further information and entry blanks, address J. J. REUTER, Secretary, Sept, 4—2tl Monkton, Md. Bobert H. Bussey, Attorney at law, Piper Building, Towson, ltd. John S. Biddison, Attorney at Law, Law Building, Balttmore, Md. mRUBTEE9’ SALE X —OF— VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, At Fullerton, on the Belair Road, in the Fourteenth District of Baltimore ' County, Maryland. The undersigned, Trustees, under and by a de cree of the Cirouit Court for’Baltimore county, Bitting in equity, passed in the cause wherein Margaret Lutz, Joseph Lenhoff and others were MMplaintiffs, and Gertrude M. Stark andMk SET others were defendants, will sell at Puh-Hita ilcAuction, ON THE PREMISES, on Wednesday, September 29th, 1909, At the hour of 3 o’clock P. M., ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND SITUATE ON THE BELAIR ROAD, FORMERLY THE FIVE MILE HOUSE, AT FULLER TON, AND KNOWN AS THE LENHOFF. PROPERTY, CONTAINING 12 ACRES. 3 ROODS AND 26 BQUARE PERCHES OF LAND. MORE OR LESS, SAVING AND EX CEPTING THEREFROM THE PIECE OF SAID LAND CONTAINING 23-100 of an ACRE, devised to Gertrude M. Stark in the last will and testament of said Adam Lenhoff, deceased, |3F*For title to said land see deed from W. W. Kirk and wife to Adam Lenhoff, dated August 31,1876, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber J. B„ No. 97, folio 45. &c., improved by LARGE STABLE AND I OUT-BUILDINGS, the house having recently been destroyed by Hr*. HF“This property has plenty of Fruit, good Water, and is convenient to the Belair Road Electric Care, Schools, Churches and the Fuller ton Postoffice. 47*The property is located for development on the proposed State road, plats of which prop erty can be seen on application to the Trustees. TERMS OF SALE, as described by the de oree—One-third cash on ratification of sale, bal ance in equal instalments in 6 and 12 months from date of sale, or all cash at the option of the Furchaser; credit payments to bear interest rom day of sale ana to be secured to the satis faction of the undersigned, Trustees. |WA cash deposit of SSOO will be required of the purchaser on the day of sale when the prop erty is knocked down. ROBERT H. BUSSEY, I Sept. 4—ta] JOHN S. BIDDISON, f Tr “Btees. Elmer B. Haile, Attorney at Law, Piper Building, Towson, Md. TRUSTEE’S SALE —or— VALU A B L E REAL ESTATE AND IMPROVEMENTS, Situated Near Periy Hall, in the Eleventh District, Balti more County, Mary land. Under and by virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, passed on the 25th day of June, 1909, in the equity cause of John W. fADunty, an infant, etc., vs. Annie E.Ab PDunty, etc., the undersigned, Trustee, 11 offer at Pubilo Auction to the highest Did der AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR.IN TOW SON, on Monday, 4th day of October, 1909, At the hour of 11 o’clock A. M., A TRACT OF LAND CONTAINING FORTY ON E ACRES, ONE ROOD AND BIGHTBEN BQUARE PERCHES, MORE OR LESS, IM-, PROVED BY A TWO-STORY FRAME DWEL LING-HOUSE, A STABLE AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS, ALL IN GOOD CONDITION, being the same land and premises which by the last will and testament of William Dunty, Senior, dated September 22, 1906, and duly recorded among the Wills Records of Baltimore county, was devised to his widow, Annie E. Dunty, and to his infant son, John W. Dunty, as tenants in common, tbe said William Dunty, Senior, having acquired title by deed from Robert R. Boarman et al., Trustees, dated the 30th day of September, 1901, and recorded among the land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber N. B. M., No. 249, folio 559, etc., to which deed reference is given for a more particular description. 49*This property is situated about 1)4 miles north of Perry Hall and adjoins the properties of John Byer, John Vogts, Wesley Miller and others. On the south it is bordered by the Belair road, which has been selected by the State Roads Commission for Improvement as a State highway, and the Great Gunpowder Falls forms its eastern boundary, thus rendering its waters available for power and other purposes. property would make an admirable site for a park or resort—fishing, bathing, boat ing or skating to please one’s fancy—and in view of ilts rare natural scenery and its proximity to' the modern highway to be built from Baltimore to Belair, it should m a short time become one of the most valuable properties in the county. About one-half of the land is under cultiva tion and tbe balance covered with valuable tim ber. There are ten or twelve springs of good drinking water on the place ana a number of Fruit Trees. %S Further particulars will be cheerfully furnished upon application. TERMS OF SALE.—AiI cash upon final ratifi cation. 4S~A cash deposit of $l5O will be required of tbe purchaser on the day of sale. ELMER R. HAILE, Trustee. JAMES L. NORWOOD, Auctioneer. [Sept. 4—ta GRIFFITH &TURNER CO. WILL EXHIBIT AT Timonium*Fair SEPTEMBER 7thJo 11th, 1909, Latest Improved Farm Machinery, Gasoline Engines, Rex Ball Bearing Buggies * * *©-Be sure to give your Particular Attention to this exhibit. GRIFFITH 4k TURNER CO„ Sept. 4—lt] Baltimore, Md. Money to loan—in sums to suit, ROBERT H. BUSSEY. Towson, Md. Feb. 10.—tf Residence Cookers ville. I fireTns¥ranceTosspaTd With its Accustomed Prompt ness and Liberality The Hone Inswancejo. of New York Has Paid to GEORGE E. KING and CHARGES ADAMS, of Grange, Hd„ to the Amount of •467.82, by Fire of August 24, 1909. *W“ UNDER “HOME” CONTRACTS YOU AKE ABSOLUTELY PROTECTED. Wheeler & Cole, AGENTS, Towson, Md. ALBERT C. HANCOCK. State Agent, Sept. 4—lt] Baltimore, Md. X Hxriijcjes. IF. Oill Smith, Attorney at Late, Second National Bank Building, Toweon, Md. W GILL SMITH, ATTORNEY, FS.SOLO , MON GERMAN ET AL., in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 18th day of August, 1909. that the sale made and reported by W. Gill Smith, Attorney named in mortgage, for the eale of the property described in the proceedings in the above en titled cause, be ratifted and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 13th day of September, 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 13th day of September, 1909. The report states the amount of sales to be $4,060.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clork. True Copy—Test: Aug. 21—4tf WILLIAM P, COLE, Clerk. gAWKD WOOD FOB SALE. Five Hundred Cords *s OP SEASONED OAK AND CHESTNUT WOOD, SAWED IN STOVE LENGTHS. Apply to WILLIAM 8. COLLINGS, ' Aug. 21—3m] Lutherville, Md. ■yy ANTED. FARMS AND COUNTRY PLACES. WE HAVE A NUMBER OF BUYERS. ACME MERCANTILE AGENCY, 16 E. Lexington St., Baltimore, Md. Aug. 21 —It JJIOR SALE. A SET OF SINGLE RUNABOUT HARNESS, made by Kauffman, and A LONG LIGHT BUGGY POLE, built by Arthur & Son, both as good as new. Apply at office of “THE UNION.” Aug. 28—3t] Towson, Md. FARMS FOR SALE. Wicomico C 0.—70 acres, good buildings $ 800 St. Mary’s Co.—loo acres, plenty buildings.. 1,000 Charles C 0.—340 acres, near railroad 2,100 St. Mary’s C 0.—260 acres, IX million ft. pine 3,000 Baltimore C 0.—186 acres, Second district... 3,260 Baltimore C 0.—25 acres, near Tlmonium... 3,500 Harford C 0.—92 acres, on railroad, S6OO cash 4 200 Harford C 0.—150 aores. Dairy Farm 4,600 St. Mary’s C 0.—400 acres, on Patuxent 5,000 Baltimore C 0.—143 acres, on N. C. R. R 5,500 Harford C 0.—200 acres. Dairy Farm 6,000 Harford C 0.—260 acres, fine dwelling, 12,000 J. LELAND HANNA, Jan.23—ly Baltimore, Md. ESTABLISHED 1876. BOTH PHONES. DANIEL - RIDER, 1001 GBEKNMOVNT AVENUE, BALTIMORE, Md., COMMISSION * MERCHANT For the Sale of Hay, Grain and Straw. Orders for Mill Feed, Gluten Feed. Cotton Beed Meal, Oil Cake Meat, Salt, &0., will receive prompt attention. [Apl. 3—ly *EG-G-S AND STOCK* FOE SALE, Raspeburg Poultry Yards, SAITL D. IBARKLEY, ESSES? BREEDER OF SINGLE COMB BUFF ORPINGTONS. RHODE ISLAND REDS AND BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. [Feb. 27-ly •YTTILLIAM M. RISTEAU, AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. No. 13 Piper Building, Towson, Md. J Residence—C. &P„ Towson 6k. Phones Offloo _ c . * P<i Towson 117 r. July 11—tf Envelopes t ENVELOPES i ENVELOPES For Professional and Business Men, Furnished In large or small lots, with neatly printed corners, at a very small advance on their original cost. LARGE STOCK to select from. OFFICE OF THE UNION. Deo. 7.—tf. Towson. Md. Automobile line towson TO TIMONIUM FAIR. Will meet TRAINS AND ELECTRIC CARS. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTS can be made in advance by mall, or phone, HOTEL TOWSON GARAGE, 53 K., or F. J. WERNETH, 13-4 Fork, O. & P. Fork Exchange, Aug. 28—2t] Glenarm, Md. JJIOR BBNT. WOLF’S DEN FARM (10314 Acres), on Garri son road, H miles from Gwynnbrook, W. M. R. R., and one mile from Owings’ Mills. Suitable house will be built and possession given Novem ber 15tb, if desired. Money rent. Dr. R. P. SMITH, 520 North Charles Street, Baltimore. Aug. 21—3 t TTOUSE AND LOT FOB SALE. "A SIX-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, practically new and In excellent condition, with ONE ACRE OF LAND ATTACHED, located at Buxton, N. C. R. R. Apply to J. C. BURTON, Aug. 21—3t*] Ruxton, Md. -K/rONBY TO LOAN. I have on hand TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE SECURITY the following sums of money :—s26o, $350, $590, S7OO. SI,OOO, $1,200. $1,600, SI,BOO, $2,500, $3,000 and $5,000. Some of the above will be loaned at 5X per cent. W. GILL SMITH. Moh. I.—tf. Towson. Md. TIOB BENT. A FARM OF ABOUT 400 ACRES, about 6 miles northeast of Towson, on the Gunpowder. Possession March Ist, 1910. Apply to oraddress, GEORGE H. MERRYMAN, Aug. 28—4t*] Towson (R. F. D. No. 8.) Md. JIOR BENT. For five months, A COMFORTABLE SIX ROOM HOUSE on Virginia avenue, Towson. For particulars apply at the office of “THE UNION,” Aug. 28—3t] Towson, Md. ■YTT ANTED. A SOBER MARRIED"MAN TO DRIVE WAG ON and do GENERAL FARM WORK. Will furnish house, firewood and fair V jfug! 28—2t] Cockeysville, Md. VTONET TO LOAN. I have SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE, In sums to suit. Apply to JOHN J. TIMANUS. Attorney at Law, Not. 4.—tf. Piper Building, Towson, Md. $7,500 TO On first mortgages on real estate, in sums of SI,OOO and upwards. Aj^ljto Attorney at Law, Towson, Md. July M-tf ■miTONEY TO LOAN. IN SUMS OF FROM S6OO TO $6,000 on first mortgage. Apply to NOAH E. OFFUTT, Attorney at Law, Towson, Md. Aug, If. -tf mo LOAN ON FIBST HOBTGAGE One sum of S6OO, one sum of SBOO, one sum of SI,OOO, one sum of SB,OOO. * ’ JOHN F. GONTBUM, Attorney at Law. Towsontown, Md. Way 4.—tf. Money to loan on FIRST-CLASS BEAL ESTATE, IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT 6X PER CENT. Apply to GRASON & BACON, Dec. 16—tf Towson. Md. iyj-ONEY TO LOAN. In any sum from SSOO to $5,000 on first mort gage. must be gilt ed SI’^^FFUTT. Feb. 18—tf Attorney at Law, Towson, Md TIOB SALE CHEAP. A DEDERICK S3OO STEEL HAY PREBS. PRACTICALLY NEW. Apply to Dr. THOS. W. SPBANKLIN, Aug. 21—5t] 1317 Harford Ave., Baltimore, Md. YJIOB SALE. SEVERAL FINE YOUNG FRESH COWS. Apply to Mrs. E. R. STEVENSON. Aug. 14—3t] Sherwood, N. C. B. B. 4p7 nnn to loan in sums of $14)00 4 .UUU AND UPWARD. Apply to K. W. HERMAN. Jn 4.—tf. Attorney at Law, Towson, Md. fflUsczllwazoxiß. Prospect Park JS3e&. eAe K AND RACE MEETING. Trotting, Pacing * * * AND * * * Running Races. September 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1909. Admission, 25 cts. Aug. 21—4 t * MARYLAND * # UNITED HUNTS £ * PIMLICO # September 2, 3,4 &6, 1909. RUNNING STEEPLE RACES. CHASES. SIX RACES EACH DAY, INCLUDING TWO STEEPLECHASES. BACK 3 P. M. Admission, SI.OO Aug. 28—2 t iWliirii Oakleigh Station,JYld. & Pa. R. R., 2X Milks from Towson. Constantly on hand A LARGE STOCK OF MULES, TO SUIT ALL PURPOSES. —ALSO — Coach, Driving, : nnTinTin Saddle and :: a l|K\H\ General Purpose UUUUIIU FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. whorsesToardedh 0. & P. TELEPHONE. DUANE H."rIOE, Prop’r, TOWSON, Md. Oct.24—ly GROVE FARM PALLS ROAD, North of Brooklandville, Md. PRIZE WINNING— Guernsey Cattle, Berkshire Hogs, Shropshire Sheep. FOB SALE— A Few Registered Heifers, Between 4 months and 2 years old Apply to JAS. McK. MERRYMAN, R. F. D. Lutherville, Md. 0. & P. Telephone—Towson 42. Oot. 24—ly TRANK I. WHEELER. WILLIAM V. COLE. WHEELER & COLE, Successors to Offutt, Emmart & Wheeler, FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS, OFFUTT BUILDING. TOWSON, Md. Telephone—C. & P., Towson 138. German-American Ins. Co., N. Y.; Continental Ins. Co.: Home Ins. Co. of N. Y.; Hartford Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn.; Pennsylvania Fire Ins. Co. of Philadelphia; St. Paul Fire and Marine Ins. Co.; London and Lancashire Ins. Co.; Orient of Hartford, Conn.: Dixie, of Greensboro, N. C.; Fire Association, or Philadelphia; Royal, of Liv erpool; North State, of Greensboro, N.C.; West ern, of Pittsburg; Spring Garden, of Philadel- Bhia; Niagara, of N. Y.: JEtna, of Hartford, onn.; Norfolk, Norfolk, Va. Representing as we do the above named flrst olass Fire Insurance Companies and an agenoy of twenty-five years’standing, that has so long enjoyed the confidence of the publio.we respect fully solicit of the people of Baltimore county a continuation of their patronage. Oct. 24—ly] WHEELER & COLE. ♦ ♦ ♦ Neat Work Prices Bight ♦ ♦ ANDREW REnriEL j * Wholesale and Retail' Manufacturer of * MACHINE and HANDMADE * ♦ HARNESS ♦ * Importer and Dealer in General Hardware. Full line of Horse J Blankets. * 1050 HUlen Street, Baltimore, Md C. A P. Phone-Wolf 1836. ♦ ♦ WM. J. BIDDISON, - FIRE INSURANCE ACENT Fire, Tornado and Windstorm Poli cies Issued. INTO ASSESSMENT. —REPRESENTING— HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF N. Y.. Assets $20,000,000.00; GIRARD FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO. OF PHILA., Assets $2,141,263.79. Office—Belair Road and Maple Avenue. Raspeburg P. 0., Baltimore County, Md. C. & P. and Maryland Phones. share of patronage will be appreciated. Jan. 2—ly TjIREE ! FREE ! FBEE ! FREE ! 1 OX ROAST AND BASEBALL, Followed by a DANCE AT NIGHT, AT PETER TREMPER’S HALL, PUTTY HILL, BELAIR ROAD, on LABOR DAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, 1909. BUSSES TO AND FROM BELAIR ROAD CAR LINE. All Welcome. “C$ ROASTING AND BASEBALL TO COM MENCE AT 3 P. M. SHARP. [Aug. 28-2 t An exchange reportß the probability of an egg famine. Eggs are in greater demand than ever and prices are at the top notch. Increase the productiveness of your fowl by the regular use of Fair field's Blood Tonic and Egg Producer for Poultry Only. Sold under written guarantee by A. M. Weis, Towson. L. Kellum & Co., 1053 Hillen street, Baltimore. A. A. Uhler, Reisterstown. PIANOS tuned In Any Part of the County. Address, JOSEPH A. NEUMAYER, Raspeburg, R. F. D., Md. C. A P. Tel.—Hamilton 4-K. [Sept. 86—ly The People’s Annual Re-Union I MARYLAND STATE -a wrn BALTIMORE COUNTY *FAIR* TIMONIUM, N. G. R. R., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, SEPTEMBER 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 1909. All the Old Features and Many New and Attractive Ones. BEST STOCK SHOW IN THE STATE ! LARGEST EXHIBIT OF MACHINERY ! -^WEDNESDAY—MAYOR’S DAY*r OLD TOWN MERCHANTS and MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION 28 RACES IN FIVE DATS 28 Nineteen Running Races and Steeple Chases. Nine Harness Races. FOUR COMMODIOUS GRAND STANDS. It is the intention of the Managers to make the Fair a Record Breaker. OPEN AIR HORSE SHOW Larger and Better Than Ever. EXHIBITS OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND SPECIALTIES. CAROUSEL, FERRIS WHEEL and MOVING PICTURE SHOWS, THURSDAY-GOVERNOR’S DAY. SPECIAL ACROBATIC ATTRACTIONS Daily in front of Grand Stands. MUSIC BY BALTIMORE COUNTY BANDS. FRIDAY—CHILDREN’S DAY^_ ALL CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE ADMITTED FREE. Admission, - - 25 Cents. CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS, 15 CENTS. EACH HORSE, 25 CENTS. JAS. S. NUSSEAR, Secretary, ALEX. McCORMICK, President. LUTHERVILLE, Md. |Aug. 14 —4t] RASPEBURG. Md. HMsjceXlauejcms. prtooxiAiviATXoixr. j WHEREAS, at the January Session of the General Assembly of Maryland, held in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eight, an Act was passed proposing an amend ment to Section lof Article 1 of the Constitu tion of the State, which said Aot is in the fol lowing words, to wit: CHAPTER 26. AN ACT to amend Section one of Article one, title, "Elective Franchise," of the Constitu tion of this State, and to provide for the submis sion of said Amendment to the qualified voters of this State for adoption or rejection. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of Maryland, three-fifths of all the mem bers of each of the two Houses concurring, that the following section be and the same is hereby proposed as an amendment to Section one of Article one, title. “Elective Franchise,” of the Constitution of this State, and if adopted by the legal and qualified voters thereof, as herein pro vided, it snail supersede and stand in the place and stead of Section one of said Article one. Sec.l. All elections shall be by ballot, and every male citizen of the United States of the age of twenty-one years or upwards, who has been a resident of the State for two years and of the Legislative District of Baltimore City or of the county in which he may offer to vote, for one year next preeeding the election, and who. more over. is duly registered as a qualified voter as provided in this Article, shall be entitled to vote, 1 in the ward or election district in which he re sides, at all elections hereafter to be held in this State, and in case any county or eity shall be so divided as to form portions of different electoral districts for the election of Representatives in Congress, Senators, Delegates or other officers, then to entitle a person to vote for such officer, he must have been a resident of that part of the county or city which shall form a part of the electoral district in which he offers to vote, for one year next preceding the election; but a per son who shall have acquired a residence in such county or city, entitling him to vote at any such election, shall be entitled to vote in the election district from which he removed, until he shall have acquired a residence in the part of the county or city to which he has removed. Every male citizen of the United States having the above prescribed qualifications of age and residence shall be entitled to be registered, so as to become a qualified voter if he be, first; a per son who, on the first day of January in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, or prior there to, was entitled to vote under the laws of this State, or of any other State of the United States, wherein he then resided; or second: a male de scendant of such last mentioned person; orthird: a foreign born citizen of the United States natur alized between the first day of January in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-nine and the date of the adoption of this section of this Arti cle; or fourth: a male descendant of such last mentioned person: or fifth; a person who, in the presence or the officers of registration, shall, in his own handwriting, with pen and ink, without any aid, suggestion or memorandum whatsoever, and without any question or direction addressed to him by any of the officers of registration, make application to register correctly, stating in such application his name, age, date and place of birth, residence and occupation at the time and for the two years next preceding, the name or names of his employer or employers, if any, at the time and for the two years next preced ing, and whether he has previously voted, and if so, the State, county or city and district or precinct in which he voted last, and also the name in full of the President of the United States, of one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, of the Governor of Maryland, of one of the Judges of the Court of Appeals of Maryland and of the Mayor of Baltimore City, if the applicant resides in Baltimore City, or of one of the County Com missioners of the county in which the applicant resides ; and any person who is unable to com ply with the aforegoing requirements as to mak ing application forjregistratlon in his own hand writing, solely because he is physically disabled from so doing; or sixth: a person, or the hus band of a person, who at the time of his applica tion for registration, Is a bona fide owner of real or personal property in an amount of not less than five hundred dollars, is assessed therefor on the taxbooks of the City of Baltimore or of one of the counties of this State, has been such owner and so assessed for two years next pre ceding his application for registration: shall have paid and shall produce receipts for the taxes on said property for said two years and shall at the time or his application make affidavit before the officers of registration that he is, or that he is the husband of the person who is the bona fide owner of the property so assessed to him or to her, as the case may be, and that he or she has been such owner for two years next pre ceding bis application. No person not qualified under some one of the above clauses shall be entitled to be registered as a qualified voter or be entitled to vote. Every written application to be registered, presented to the officers of registration by any person ap plying to be registered under the above firth clause, shall be carefully preserved by said offi cers of registration and shall be produced in any Court. If required, as hereinafter provided. The affidavit of any applicant for registration, duly made to the officers of registration or in Court, that he, the applicant, is a person who was entitled to vote on or before the first day of January, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, as aforesaid, og that he has become a naturalized citizen of tbe United States be tween the first day of January, in the year eigh teen hundred and sixty-nine, and the date of the adoption of this Article, as aforesaid, or his affi davit upon information and belief that he is a descendant of a person who was entitled to vote on or before the first day of January, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, or that he is a descendant of a person who has become a natur alized citizen of the United States between the first day of January, in the year eighteen hun dred and sixty-nine, and the date of the adop tion of this section of this article, shall beprima facie evidence of any of said facts so sworn to. A wilfully false statement upon the part of any applicant for registration in relation to any of the matters aforesaid shall be perjury and punishable as perjury is punished by the laws of this State. , „ . Any person who feels aggrieved by the action of any board of officers of registration in refus ing to register him as a qualified voter, or in registering any disqualified person, may at any time, either before or after the last session of the board of officers of registration, but not later than tbe Tuesday next preceding the election, file a petition, verified by affidavit, in the Circuit Court for the county in which the cause of com plaint arises, or, if the cause of complaint arises in Baltimore City, in any court of common laws jurisdiction in said city, setting forth the grounds of his application and asking to have the action of the ooard of officer* of registration corrected. Tbe court shall forthwith set the petition for hearing and direct summons to be issued requiring the board of officers of registra tion complained against in said petition to at tend at the hearing in person or by counsel, and where the object of the petition is to strike off the name of any person, summons shall also be issued for such person, which shall be served by the Bheriff within the time therein designated; and said several courts shall have full jurisdic tion and power to review the action of any board of officers of registration and to grant or with hold, as it may deem lawful and proper, the re lief prayed for in the premises. In determining whether any person who ap plied to be registered under the above fifth clause of this section was or was not entitled to be registered under said fifth clause, the court shall require the board of officers of registration complained against to produce the written ap plication prepared and submitted by such per son at the time he presented himself for regis tration to said board of officers of registration, and upon said written application the court shall ptisjceXXariEUttß. determine whether or not said person, when he presented himself for registration, complied with the requirements of said fifth clause; and if the court shall determine that said written ao plicatiOD, so prepared and submitted by said per son, complied with the requirements of said fifth clause, and that said person was not disqualified under any other provision of this Article of the Constitution to be registered upon the books of registry in question, then the Court shall order said person to be registered as a quailifled voter, but if the Court shall determine that said writ ten application of said person failed to comply with tbe requirements of said fifth clause, or that said person was in any other respect under this Article of the Constitution disqualified to be registered upon the books of registry in ques tion. then the court shall order that said person shall not be registered upon said books of registry. The court may enforce any order by attach ment for contempt in said cases; neither party shall have any right of removal; exception may be taken to any ruling of the court at the hear ing of said cases and an appeal shall be allowed to the Court of Appeals as in other cases; all such appeals shall be taken within five days from the date of tbe decision complained of, and shall be heard and decided by the Court of Ap peals upon the original papers, or otherwise, as the Court of Appeals may by rule prescribe, as soon as may be practicable. The General Assembly shall have power to Srovide more fully by legislation not inconsis >nt with this section of this Article, for tbe hearing and determination of all such cases. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted by the au thority aforesaid. That the aforegoing section hereby proposed as an amendment to the Con stitution or this State shall be at the next Gen eral Eleotion for members of the General As sembly to be held in this State, submitted to the legal and qualified voters thereof for their adop tion or rejection, in pursuance of the directions contained ip Article XIV of the Constitution of this State, and at said general election the vote on the said proposed amendment shall be bv ballot, and upon each ballot there shall be prin ted the words “For the Constitutional Amend ment” and "Against the Constitutional Amend ment” as now prescribed by law, and immedi ately after said election due returns shall be made to the Governor of the vote for and against said proposed amendment, as directed by tbe said Article XIV of the Constitution. Approved February 25,1908. Now, therefore, I. Austin L. Crothers, Gover nor of the State of Maryland, in pursuance of the provisions of Section 1. of Article 14 of the Constitution of the State of Maryland, do here by order and direct that a copy of said Act pro posing an amendment to Section 1 of Article 1 of tbe Constitution of said State, be published in at least two newspapers in each of the counties of the State and in three newspapers in the City of Baltimore, one of which shall be published in the German language, once a week for at least three months preceding the next General Elec tion, which election will be held on November 2d, 1909, at which election the said proposed amendment shall be submitted, in the torm and manner prescribed by the General Assembly, to the legal and qualified voters of the State for their adoption or rejection. _ , Given under my hand and the Great Seal < —•— lof the State of Maryland. Done at the ■s seal VCity of Annapolis, 40te first day of / —I July, one thousand nine hundred and nine. AUSTIN L. CROTHERS. By the Governor : N. WINSLOW WILLIAMS, July 24—J3t] Secretary of State. Z>. (f. Mclntosh, Attorney at Law, Toweon, Md. TRUSTEE’S SALE —OF— VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY In Govanstown, Baltimore County, Md. By virtue of a decree of tbe Clrouit Court for Baltimore county, in Equity, passed In a cause in said court on the 3d of March, 1909, in which 9a tbe Randalls town Building Association, £• EM No. 1. of Baltimore county, is complain ant, and James J. Queeney is defendant, and by virtue of an order of re-sale passed August 3d, 1909. the undersigned. Trustee, will sell at Pub lic Auction, at the COURT HOUSE DOOR, IN TOWSON, on Tuesday, September 7th, 1909, At the hour of 13 M., ALL THOSE TWO LOTB OF GROUND IN GOVANBTOWN, BALTIMORE COUNTY, One fronting 50 feet on the west side of an ave nue 30 feet wide, running south from Homeland avenue and parallel or nearly so with the York road, with an even depth of 260 feet, being the same leased by James G. Wilson and others to Mary Queeney, 15th June, 1894, (see Land Rec ords, L. M. 8., No. 205, folio 324), and which ad joins tbe lot leased by the said lessors to Patrick Murray. And the stcond lot fronting 9 feet on the west side of said 30 foot avenue with an even depth of 250 feet, and the same leased by James G. Wilson and others to Mary Queeney, 22d January, 1896, (sec Land Records, L. M. B„ 216, folio 406), and adjoining the lot first described. The first iot being subject to the payment of an annual rent of forty (40) dollars, payable half yearly on the Ist of June and December, and the second lot being subject to the payment of an annual rent of seven (7) dollars and twenty (20) cents, payable in half-year installments. Hsr*Ttae improvements on said property con sist of a comfortable TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, WITH TWO FRAME STABLES IN REAR. TERMS OF SALE.—One-half cash and bal ance In six months, with interest from day of sale; or all cash at purchaser’s option. 69-Taxes and ground rent adjusted to day of sale. DAVID G. McINTOSH. Trustee. WM. M. RIBTEAU, Auctioneer. [Aug. 7-ts By Charles U. leennock, Auctioneer, Phoenix B. F. B. No. 1, Md. PUBLIC SALE —OF— VALU A B L E DAIRY COWS AND DAIRY F I X T U R E S. The undersigned, intending to abandon tbe dairy business od account of ill health, will sell at Public Sale.ON THE PREM-9XUW 71— rfN ISES, about two miles south-KTF 3 ’west of Long Green Station,GHmi /J Lf 3- Md. & Pa. Railroad, and about one half mile southeast of Unlonville, in the 11th district of Baltimore county, on Monday, September 6th, 1909, Commencing at 1 o'clock P. M„ The following Personal Property : 1 HEAD OF COWB, ALL GOOD 1 XV/ MILKERS, five of them will be XV/ fresh by day of sale, the balance giving a good flow of milk; 1 BAY HORSE. 1 MILK WAGON. 1 1 set of Milk Wagon Harness, 14 A 5-Gallon Milk Cans, 4 7- Gallon Milk Cans, 1 Champion Milk Cooler. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of $lO and un der cash, on sums over that amount a credit of 4 months will be given, purchasers giving their notes with approved security bearing interest from day of sale. , , EF“Notes made payable art the Second Na tional Bank of Towson. .. „ , y Nothing to be removed from the premises until the terms are ful 1 y complied with. t Aug. 28 —2t*] CHARLES S. RAMPLKY.