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THK NEWS
TOWSON. Md.
(Baltimore, Md., Postoffiee.)
Saturday, November 13, 1909.
UNION NEWS PUBLISHING CO., Inc., Proprietor.
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J3TC. It P. PHONE—TOWBOW 211_®
POLITICAL OUTLOOK IN TBE CITY.
The Republicans, provided they nominate a
first-class man, bave a fine promise of electing
the next Mayor of Baltimore city. At the
recent election they fairly divided honors with
the Democrats, electing their candidates for
Sheriff and one of the Court clerkships, as
well as the one State Senator voted for this
year and eleven of tbe twenty-four members
of the Legislature. Tbe sweeping defeat of
the disfranchising amendment can hardly be
called a party victory, for Democrats as well as
Republicans contributed to this result. The
disclosures of the past year as to rotten condi
tions in the City Hall should logically have
much more effect in the next municipal election
than in the State election just over, so the Re
publicans have every reason to feel much en
couraged. They must bear in mind, however,
that the balance of power in Baltimore city
rests absolutely with tbe large independent
vote and that their course must be, as it doubt
less will be, of a character to demand this
most influential independent support.
But there now exists in ten counties of this
State a form of disfranchisement which should
arouse the utmost indignation in the mind of
every honest citizen, and it is quite likely that
this plan will be extended by the next Legis
lature to cover other counties, notably Mont
gomery and, maybe, Baltimore. We refer to
the Wilson Ballot law, so-called because tbe
bill was introduced in the Legislature by tbe
late Senator Wilson of Prince George’s county.
The practical effect of this law is not the dis
franchisement of a race but of a party. In tbe
Wilson bill counties tbe majority of tbe
Boards of Supervisors of Elections get together
and agree upon the form of the ballot and
arrange a system of marks or lines which form
a clear guide to the Democratic voter, however
illiterate, while tbe names of the Republican
candidates are jumbled about in a mystifying
arrangement. This form is carefully kept
secret from the Republicans, and as no politi
cal designations are permitted on the ballot, it
will be apparent that no Republicans except
those with the most accurate memories can
successfully vote their party’s ticket. Instead
of permitting the extension of such an unfair
and dishonest plan, it is a wonder that the
people of Maryland do not compel the Legis
lature to repeal it entirely.
WILL THEY HEED THE WARNING ?
The leaders of the Democratic organization
in Maryland, as well as the camp-followers and
smaller fry, will do well to heed the warning
given by former Attorney-General William 8.
Bryan, Jr., in an interview published in the
Baltimore News and the Baltimore American
this week. Mr. Bryan, who is an organization
man himself, after stating that he bad a great
deal to do with framing the disfranchising
amendment submitted to the people at the
last election and that it exactly represented his
own views, said that the voters had spoken in
most positive tones and had absolutely re
pudiated the whole plan of disfranchisement.
In other words, the people of Maryland want
the right of franchise to remain just as it is
now, and it will not be wise to attempt to force
any restrictions upon them. And tbe advice
of Mr. Bryan and other saner members of the
Democratic organization will probably be
heeded. Some rural Hotspur may introduce a
form of disfranchising amendment in the
Legislature during the coming session, but the
sober, second thought of the majority will
surely not countenance its passage.
MAKE A SEPARATE CITY.
It is very amusing to note the agitation of
the annexation of Highlandtown and Canton
to Baltimore city, which sprang up just after
the Twelfth district had gone strongly Repub
lican. So long as the Eastern suburbs voted
the ring ticket they were all right, and the ring
would not part with them for anything, but
just so soou as they rolled up over a thousand
majority for the Republican nominees the ring
became anxious to give them away. But tbe
bosses would not dare, even if they have the
power, to attempt to expatriate the Highland
ers against their will.
Baltimore county does not want to part with
so large, populous and important a slice of her
territory as the Twelfth district. What High
landtown and Canton really need is local self
government, and this can be had by allowing
them to incorporate as a separate city, still re
taining their allegiance to the county, but
managing their own affairs in the way of
streets, police and fire protection, lighting and
disposal of sewage and garbage.
Two years have elapsed since the people of
Maryland ratified a constitutional amendment
authorizing a system of State roads, and nearly
two years have passed since the Legislature
appropriated five million dollars for the pur
pose. A large part of this money has already
been expended in office rent, salaries, etc., but
to the best of our information not one foot of
completed road has yet been constructed and
the extent contracted for is infinitesimally
small. If the old adage, “Large bodies move
slowly” is true, what an immense affair our
State Road Commission must be!
Beautiful weather has been our portion
for the month of November to date; in
fact, it is a matter of general comment that
never have we had an autumn season more
delightful from the standpoint of personal
comfort. But the absence of copious rains is
a disturbing feature, for the stores of moisture
in the earth’s upper crust are already much
depleted and if the ground freezes hard before
winter rains and snows come (if we are to
have them) the consequences to the sources of
wells, springs and streams will be disastrous.
Mr. Carville D. Besson of Baltimore
county, who was elected to the House of Dele
gates on November 2, will be a candidate for
tbe Speakership of the House. He has served
three terms in that body and was Speaker in
1906. It has developed that Mr. Benson will
have a competitor for this honor at the coming
session in the person of Dr. Charles V. Hayden
of St. Mary’s county, who is putting up a
lively fight for it. Mr. Benson’s friends think
he will win.
President Taft returned to Washington on
Wednesday from his remarkable trip that
covered thirteen thousand miles. Thousands
of people met him at the railroad station and
gave him a warm greeting. On his long jour
ney his train was always on time and he did
not meet with the slightest accident. He
made 266 speeches and returned to the White
House in perfect health. No other President
of the United States ever made such a journey.
The strikinu bakers in New York are ar
ranging to send to Washington a mince pie for
President Taft’s Thanksgiving dinner. It is
to be six feet in diameter, but the trouble has
been to find an oven large enough in which to
bake this monster pie. Perhaps the Bentztown
Bard will have a special oven built for the
strikers. He seems to be running the only
exclusive pie-factory we know of in the
country.
A BUCKING GOAT
The charges of Louis R Glavig, former
agenl of the United States Land Office, against
Secretary Ballinger may not be true, but they
are so grave and direct that they can not prop
erly be ignored. Mr. Glavis evidently does
not relish being made the goat in the Pincbot-
Ballinger controversy and he has made public
charges which if true, should cause Mr. Ball
inger's summary dismissal from tbe Cabinet, i
If the allegations are not true President Taft ;
did quite right in directing Glavis’ dismissal,
and tbe latter should be prosecuted for libel. ;
Briefly, tbe charges are that Mr. Ballinger is
not in sympathy with the Roosevelt pro
gramme of conservation of our natural re
sources of water, lumber and coal, and that be
has used bis official position to favor fraudulent
entries on the public domain.
It is not enough for Mr. Taft to say that be j
has every confidence in Mr. Ballinger and does |
not believe Glavis’ story. He sbou'd make |
such a thorough investigation that the whole
American poblic, to whom tbe public domain
belongs, may also be satisfied, and that is wbat ‘
will doubtless be done. As to tbe story given
out in some Wasbington circles that the Glavis
charges are part of a Roosevelt propaganda to
render Mr. Taft's administration popular, that
is too silly to be entertained, for if the charges
are untrue their falsity can easily be proven,
and tbe lie will react against its authors.
In a preliminary report of tbe Agricultural
Department, made on Monday last, it was
shown that tbe total production of corn for
1909 is 2,767,316,000 bushels against 2,668.651,000
as finally estimated last year, with the quality
as 84.2 per cent, against 86.9 last year. The
preliminary estimate of the average yield per
acre is 25.4 bushels, against 26.2 finally esti
mated last year. About 3 per cent, of the
crop of 1908 is estimated to bave been in
farmers' hands on November 1, against 27 per
cent, of the 1907 crop in farmers’ hands at this
time last year.
The unveiling of the monument in honor
of the Union soldiers and sailors of Maryland,
erected by the State at the Mount Royal en
trance to Druid Hill Park, took place last Sat
urday afternoon in the presence of an im
mense throDg of people. Governor (brothers
and Mayor Mabool were among the guests of
tbe Commission, of which Gen. John R. King
is president. Maj. John I. Yellott of Balti
more county delivered the oration. A feature
of the event was an imposing paradeof United
States troops and the Mary land National Guard.
At the recent election in Nebraska Miss
Gertrude Jordan, wbo had been a deputy in
the office, was elected Treasurer of Cherry
county. She is 27 years of age and was nomi
nated by the Republicans. The county attor
ney questioned whether a woman was eligible,
and to settle tbe dispute the matter was re
ferred to the Attorney General, who declared
there was nothing in the constitution to pre
vent Miss Jordan assuming office.
Florence, N. J., was thrown into a high
state of excitement oo Monday last when
William Hamilton, a well-to-do farmer, busi
ness man and church worker, was arrested on
the charge of burglary. He is charged with
entering tbe house of a rich neighbor, locking
the aged housekeeper in a room and robbing
the safe of nearly $3,000. The robber wi
masked, but bis identification appears to be
complete.
Toward the close of last week a rumor was
widely circulated in this country that former
President Roosevelt had either been killed or
died suddenly while on his hunting expedition.
No doubt some "yellow” newspaper started
the story to create a sensation and make a few
dollars. There was no truth in it, although
the report created considerable uneasiness in
some quarters.
On Saturday last tbe Public Service Com
mission of New York issued a compilation of
the figures of the subway, elevated and surface
travel in that city during the eight days of the
Hudson-Fulton celebration, showing that all
of the Greater New York lines carried 47,834,
103 passengers from September 25 to October 2,
inclusive.
The apple crop in Montgomery county, Md..
is finer this season than for years and will add
materially to the bank accounts of the farmers
who are shipping hundreds of bushels to Bal
timore, Philadelphia and New York. The
principal varieties are the York Imperial, Ben
Davis and Winesap, and all are bringing good
prices.
Baltimore city’s audit, begun just after the
arrest of “Willie” Downs, charged with steal
ing $67,000, has been completed and will cost
tbe taxpayers about $50,000. Thus “Willie’s”
transactions with tbe baDks cost the taxpayers
about SIOO,OOO.
P’ALL NUPTIAL EVENTS.
Thomas — Muller. —Miss Minna Muller,
granddaughter of tbe late Henry Hoen of “Ra
venhurst.” Dulany’s Valley, was married at
noon, October 27,at St. John’s Catholic Church,
Long Green Valley, to Mr. Albert Thomas, of
Baltimore. The ceremony was performed by
the pastor, Rev. J. B. Hauck, in the presence
of a large number of relatives and .friends,
many of them from Baltimore. There were
no attendants. A reception followed at "Ra
venhurst,” the home of the bride, where a
splendid collation was served to nearly one
hundred guests, AmoDg them were the father,
sister and brothers of the groom and members
of the Hoen family from Baltimore, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Armour Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank B. JenkiDS, Mr. and Mrs. JohD V. Wil
son and daughters, Dr. and Mrs. Harnmet,
Mr. and Mrs. Levin Lake, Dr. and Mrs. John
S. Green and daughter and Messrs. Edward S.
and William E. Peerce. Later the bride and
groom left for Atlantic City. Mr. Thomas
has purchased a farm in lower Long Green
Valley, which will be their future home.
Gorsuch—Todd.— Miss Clara Ridgely Todd,
daughter of Mr. Thomas H. Todd, preeident of
the Baltimore County School liuaid, and Mr.
John Torscb Gorsuch, son of Mr. William
Gorsuch, were married on Wednesday in Norib
Point Methodist Episcopal Church South by
Rev. Dr. E. V. Regester, of Baltimore. The
church was prettily decorated with palms and
white chrysanthemums. Miss Dorothy Gor
such was maid of honor. The bride wore a
traveling suit of dark blue embroidered chiffon
and broadcloth, with bat to match, and car
ried a bouquet of lilies-of-the-valley. The
ushers were Messrs. Thomas Bernard Todd,
third, and Alexander Morris Todd, nephews
of the bride; Richard Todd Merritt and Rev.
Frank M. Richardson, pastor of Hamilton
Methodist Episcopal Church South. After a
Northern trip Mr. and Mrs. Gorsuch will re
side at North Point.
Buell—Anderson.— The marriage of Miss
Elizabeth B. Anderson, daughter of the late
8. M. Anderson, and Mr. John A. Buell of
Arlington, took place Wednesday evening at
8 o’clock at the home of the bride’s mother.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. S.
Rowe, of Kennedyville, Md. The wedding
was witnessed only by the two immediate
families and a intimate friends. The bride
wore a gown of steel-colored silk, with bat,
veil and gloves to match, and carried white
chrysanthemums. An informal reception
followed.
Cocxey — Moore. —Mr. Edward A. Cockey,
Jr., of Windsor Hills, was married last Tues
day at Charlestown, W. Va., to Miss Nannie
Strother Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Comptou Moore. The ceremony
was performed at the home of the bride’s par
ents by Rev. Dr. Alfriend. After a wedding
trip through the West Mr. and Mrs. Cockey
will be at home at their residence at Windsor
Hills. Mr. Cockey is a member of a well
known Baltimore county family and a son of
Mr. Edward A. Cockey, of the Fourth district.
Morris— Sparks— Miss Marceiine A. Sparks,
a member of the well known Tenth district
family and a daughter of tbe late Josiah
Spark 9, a prominent farmer in his day, was
quietly married at Wilmington, Del.,on Thurs
day to Mr. Joseph B. Morris. The ceremony
was performed in Holy Trinity (Old Swedes’)
Protestant Episcopal Church by the rector,
Rev. Frederick Kirkus.
THE DEATH RECORD.
Clemens.— Mr. Augustus Ducas Clemens,
well known iD real estate and fraternity circles,
died at his home, Evesham avenue, Govans
town, on Wednesday morning, from a cornpd
cation of diseases. He had been siek for several
months and for the past few weeks had he. n
confined to his bed. Mr. Clemens was horn in
Baltimore in 1845, and was a sou of (tie Ine
Augustus D. Clemens, who died in 1898. After
being educated in the public seh< ole and the
old Newton Academy Mr. Clemens entered me
real estate business and was very succe-sfut.
He helped iu developing many of tbe northern
suburbs, including Waverly, Oxford, Friei n
ship, Arlington, Woodlawn Heights and Uo
vanstown. He was a director of the York Road
Building Association and of tbe Waverly
Building Association, and a member of the
Maryland Historical Society, the St. Andrew’s
Society, the Royal Arcanum, the Heptasophs
and Concordia Lodge of Masons. Besides
his widow, formerly Miss Mary Bordley, he is
survived by a daughter and two sons—Lennox
Biickbead Clemens and Augustus Ducas Clem
ens, third
Bishop—After an illness of a few hours Mr.
Richard F. Bishop, aged 85 years, died oil Tues
day at tbe home of bis sister. Mrs. Julia A.
Smith, in Baltimore. Death was due to a
stroke of paralysis. Mr. Bishop, wbo was one
of tbe best-known residents of Harford county,
had been on a visit to bis sister wben stricken.
Born in Baltimore county July 1. 1824. Mr.
Bishop was a son of tbe late George and Re
becca Fowler Bishop As a young man lie
moved to Harford county and then taught
school for many years He was said to bave
been the fits) first-grade teacher in tbe schools
of that county. His only survivor is his widow,
who before ber marriage was Miss Martha A.
Streett.
Turnbull.—Mr. Alexander NisbetTurnbull,
a son of tbe late Mr and Mrs. Henry C. Turn
bull of “Auburn,” near Towson, died on last
Saturday at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where
be bad been under treatment for some time, in
tbe 68th year of bis age. For some years be
was engaged in the cotton brokerage business
in Baltimore, from which beretired on account
of his beallh. Besides bis widow, who was
Miss O.ivia C. Whitridge, he is survived by
three daughters and three sons. He also leaves
a sister—Miss Turnbull, of "Auburn'’—and
several brothers. Tbe fimeral took place from
his late borne, Park avenue, Baltimore, on
Monday afearnoon.
Burns.—Mrs. Margaret E. Burns, wife of the
late Edward Burns, died at her home in Balti
more on November 5, in her 75th year. Sbe
was a native of Baltimore county aDd ber
maiden name was StoDe. Sbe is survived by
two sons and four daughters. Tbe funeral
took place at her late home on Sunday, Revs.
H. D. Mitchell and Smith and Jackson con
ducting tbe services. Interment in Loudon
Park. Tbe pall-bearers were nephews of the
deceased —Messrs. Edwaid E., Frank, Charles
T., William K., William T. and Benjamin
lturn9. John Burns’ Sons bad charge of the
funeral arrangements.
Williamson.—M r C. S. M. Williamson died
on tbe stb instant at his borne in Govanstown
after being in ill healib for several years. He
was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Platt Williamson
and was a contractor and builder. He and bis
brother, Mr. William Williamson, recently
began the development of the property on the
west side of (he York road at the toll-gate,
which was a part of tbeir estate. Besides bis
parents he is survived by otie sister and one
brother.
Cockey.—Miss Ellen T. Ccckey died at ber
home in Baltimore ciiy last Monday, aged 81
years. Sbe belonged to an old Baltimore
county family and was a sister of Col. Charles
T. Cockey of Garrison Farm, near Pikeaville.
Matters in the Circuit Court.—Monday
a mechanics’ lien for $1,063.50 was filed by the
Glen Morris Supply Company against Harry
W. Marsden covering 9 bouses and lots at
Turnleigb, for materials furnished for tbeir
erection.
A bill was filed Tuesday by George Blizzard
and wife asking the court to decree a sale of 87
acres of land owned by the late William H.
Blizzard, for the purpose of distributing tbe
proceeds among those entitled.
Sale of liquor on Sunday—Samuel Nilzel, Jr.,
not guilty iu two cases, third case nol pros.;
John E O’Connor, not guilty; Vincent O’Con
nor, not guilty.
Reinhart vs. Nitcb Brick Company, sub
curia; Hale vs. Patterson, sub curia.
Frey vs. Frey, demurrer to bill of complaint
sustained with leave to amend.
Carnal knowledge—John Bruns, settled.
Carrying concealed weapons—Walter W.
Wilson, guilty, three months in House of
Correction.
Assault with iutent to murder—Charles Har
rison, guilty of common assault, 30 days id
jail.
Disorderly conduct—Lee Harris, guilty, 30
days in jail.
Judge Duncan sentenced the following pris
oners Tuesday: Assault, Jamas YouDg, one
year iu the House of Correction; Thomas
Griffin, three months in jail. Larceny—Wal
ter Moore, 1 year in the penitentiary; Noah
W. Cullison, 3 months iu jail. Attempt to
pick pocket—Harry SunDaborn, 60 days in
jail. Abduction—Thomas Rose, 1 year in the
penitentiary.
Property Transfersln Baltimore County.
—Deeds, etc., received for record in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Baltimore
County:
Charles H. Cromwell to Martin J. 8. Cromwell,
8 lots s.w.s. Park Heights ave., g.r. SBO on each
lot: $5.
John R. Forsythe and wife to Kate T. Fette,
lot n.e.s. Park Heights ave., $5.
Forest Glen Land Company to Eugenia F.
Eversfield. lot at Forest Glen, $5.
The Manhattan Land Corporation of Baltimore
County to Clarence R. Rote and wife, lot n.w.s.
Ridgely ave., SBOO.
Same to Edna G. Cox, lot n.w.s. Ridgely ave.,
SBOO.
B. Frank Stallings and wife to Charles J. Eber
hart et al., lot at St. Denis, sl.
John Hubner and wife to Henry C. Waldvogel
and wire lot on Smithwood ave., $5.
Geore W. Kenney to Jane C. Clarke, $3,200.
Philip A. Debaugb and wife to Howard J. Bill
ingsley and wife, lot on Harford ’pike, S3OO.
Jacob H. Baugher to Eleanor Herpel, lot n.e.s.
Park Heights ave., g.r. S7O; $5.
Thomas B. Gatchand wife to B. Wesley Gatcb,
2 lots at Benton Heights, $5.
Josephine Reh to Frank S. Bisker, 14 acres,
$875.
Wm. E. McComas and wife to Charles E. Stover
and wife. 1 acre at Phoenix, S2OO.
Luther W. Bosley to Wm. E. McComas, same
lot. g.r. $18; $5.
W. Gill Smith, trustee, to Wm. E. McComas,
same lot in fee, $175.
Charles E. Owens and wife to Margaret Rogers,
lot e.s. East ave., g.r. $42; $1,325.
Isabella A. Reid to A. Melvin Bay et a1.,10t s.s.
Dover road, $5.
Arthur Boehm and wife to Mary A. Hicks, lot
at Koyston, sl.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company to Gary
Manufacturing Co., 2 846 acres at Alberton, $5.
The Overleu Land Company of Baltimore
County to George C. Lowe and wife, 2 lots, ad
dition to Overlea, $350.
Ellsworth Miller and wife to Charles A. Ban
ister, lot s.w.s. Willax ave , $3,500.
Glen Morris-Glyndon Supply Company of Bal
timore County to Keister Russell, lot at Glyn
don, $5.
John H. Upman and wife to Philip A. Schwind
and wife. 4 acres n.s Old Frederick rd , $5.
N icholas Fletcher and wife to Frederick Crow
der and wife, 4 acres 1 rood and 30 sq. perches,
on Hamilton ave.. $5.
Lake Avenue Land Company of Baltimore
County to H. B. L. Everding, lot n.s. Kosebank
ave., $5.
Charles H. Hamel and wife to Emma K. Hamel
et al., interest of grantors in property of George
J. Hamel, deceased, $5.
Harry E. Parkhurst, attorney, to Edw. C. Car
rington, Jr., lot w.s. lvanboe ave.,g.r. S4O; $1,150
Vigilant Realty Company of Baltimore City to
Robert Howard Ring and wife, right-of-way, sl.
Arthur S. Dulany to Baltimore Academy of
the Visitation, 6 acres cor. Roland and Belve
dere avenues, $5.
Heory S. Dulany and wife et al. to Arthur S.
Dulany. 32,854 acres on Roland ave., $lO.
Charles J. Hull and wife to George Thiel and
wife, 3 lots, part of English Consul estate. $5.
Clara E. Shipley et al. to William W. Wade,
lot s.s. Keisterstowu turnpike, $3,250.
Charles J. Willax aud wife to Harry H. Bruns,
lot n.e.s. Willax ave.. $5
The Overlea Land Company of Baltimore
County to George W. Galloway and wife, 3 lots,
addition to Overlea, S6OO.
Henry H. Exmire and wife to F. Garrison
Longley, % acre on New Cut Windsor Mill road,
g.r. 12 cents if demanded. $5
George Allender and wife to Norris N. Van
Wyke. 1 3-16 acres n.s. Worthington ave., $650.
jumes E. Gordschell and wife to Charles F.
Harley, lot cor. Third st. and Fait ave., $5.
Felix Agnus and wife to Eugene F. Hoopes,
lot at Rogerdel. $5.
Louis Krause and wife to Charles Durgan and
wife, lot s.s. Woodbourne ave., g.r. S6O; $5.
Martin J. 8. Cromwell to Charles P. Norris and
wife, lot s.w.s. Park Heights ave., g.r. $80; $5.
Overlea Land Company of Baltimore County
to Alfred Holecamp and wife, 2 lots at Bel
gravia, S3OG.
BALTIMORE MARKETS.
Grain, Hay, Etc.
WHEAT
Spot @ 1.16 X
CORN
New 65*
Spot, bu @ 68
" Cob. per brl 2.95 @ 3.00
OATS
White, No. 2... 45 @ 45*
Mixed, No. 2 42*@ 43
RYE
Bag lots 65 @ 78
No. 1. timothy, bales 17.50 @IB.OO
No. 2. “ " 16.50 @17.00
No. 1, clover, mixed... 16.50 fa)17.00
No. 2. “ “ 14.60 @15.50
STRAW
Straight ryo, new 17.00 @17.50
" “ No. 2 16.00 @16.50
Tangled rye, blocks 11.50 @12.00
Wheat, blocks 7.50 @ 8.00
Oat. good to prime 8.00 @ 9.00
MILL FEED
Spring bran and middlings, t0n.24.00 @25.50
CLOVEKSEED, pound 12*@ 15
Country Produce, (wholesale.)
BUTTER
Creamery, separator 31 @ 33
“ prints 32 @ 34
Md. dairy prints 23 @ 24
EGGS
Nearby firsts @ 31
LIVE POULTRY
Old bens, pound 12 @ 12%
Young chickens, pound 14 @ li%
Ducks, pound fa) 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
Apples, fancy, bushel 25 @ 35
Kieffer pears, basket 30 fa 40
Pumpkins, 100 3.00 @ 7.00
Spinach, bushel .... 7%(a>. 20
Kale, bushel 10 @ 15
Turnips, bushel. 25 @ 30
Carrots, bunch IX@ 2
Beets, " I*@ 2
Sweet potatoes 90 @ 1.30
At the Hay Scales.
EASTERN
Timothy hay 15.00 @16.00
Clover hay @13.00
Wheat straw fa; 9.00
Rye straw .* H.OO @16.00
Corn, barrel .... fa) 4.25
WESTERN
Timothy hay 18.00 @17.00
Clover hay. 13.00 @14.00
Wheat straw @ 8.00
Rye straw 15.00 @16.00
Corn, barrel @ 4.50
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 (2) 4.50
Election of Teachers' Assoc ation Offi
cers —Tbe Assistant Teachers’ Association of
Baltimore Count! met laM Saturdat at tbe
State Normal School and re-elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing j ear: President,
Mary G Logue; vice-president. May G Fal
lon; corresponding secretary . M. Eiien Logue;
recording secretary, Emma C. Monroe; treas
urer, Ella M. Emory A committee as ap
pointed to confer sviiii the School Boar ' at its
next meeting about tbe regulations relating to
tbesubstitnte teachers A press committee and
a committee on information were also ap
pointed.
OfcATHS.
—Tributes, Ac., to Centr j-v>
BAUMGARTNER.—At Lauraville, November
7, Annie M.. aged 1 year and 5 months, daugh
ter of Conrad and Mary A Baumgartner.
BUTSCHKY. —At Monument House. North
Point road, November 7, Lillian, aged 35 years
11 monthsand9days,wifeof JohnH Butscbky.
COCKEY.—In Baltimore, November 8. Ellen A.
Cockey, aged 81 years, a native of Baltimore
county.
DAVlS.—November 6, Katfcctinc M., wife of
Henry N. Davis of Catonsville.
HOWARD.—On Monday, November 8, Ellen
Purdue, widow of Richard McGaw Howard of
My Lady’s Manor.
LYTLE.—At White Hall. November 16, 3 bomas
Lytle, aged 82 j ears.
SMITH.—At Woodlawn, Novembers, Catherine,
in ber 80th year, wife of the late John Smith
SMlTH.—Sudden'y,November 8, at Fork. Balti
more county. Norn D .wife of J. Lester Smith.
TURNBULL.—November 6. Alexander Nisbet,
in the 68th year of his age. son of the late
Henry C. and Anna Graeme Turnbull of “Au
burn.” near Towson.
WILLIAMSON.- November 5. at his residence.
Govanstown. Col. S. M. Williamsou, son of
Piatt and Bessie Williamson.
43-jciu £ duerttsemeutß.
SAI E.
A YOUNG COMBINATION SADDLE AND
DRIVING MAKE; small but good-looker; has
been used by a lady. For information a9 to
price, Ac., address THE UNION-NEWS.
Nov. 11—3t] Towson, Md.
Your horses have worked bard this past
Summer. Tbeir blood is filled with worn-out
Cells and waste material. Build them up;
perfect thrir digestion and putify tbtir blood
by the regular use of Fairfield’s Blood Tonic
and Regulator for Hortes Only. Sold under
written guarantee by A. M. Weis, Towson ; L.
Kellum & Co . 1053 Hillen street, Baltimore;
A. H. Uhler, Reisterstown.
rjIRITCK FARM IOK SALE.
A highly improved TRUCK FARM OF 43
ACRES, situated at Silver Spring, Belair road,
which will be a State road ; all cleared but about
5 acres, and in tine condition. Has been used
many years as a truck farm. Fine water, both
spring and pump. All buildings in first-class
condition; 7 miles from Baltimore; School,
Churches, Stores and K. F. Postal Delivery.
Flenty of fine young Fruit Trees.
FREDERICK R. JASPER.
Fullerton. (R. F. D.), Md.
gHOOTING MATCH FOU
II KKEIS AND GEESE,
BY A DANCE AT NIGHT,
AT PETER TREMPER’S, PUTTY HILL, on
Thanksgiving Day, November 25th, 1900.
GOOD MUSIC AND DANCING. Busses to
and from Belair Road Cars. Shooting to com
mence at 2P. M. 0?“ Come and win an X-mas
Turkey. [Nov. 13-2 t
NOTICE.
Towson, Md., November 11. 1909.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TOW
SON NATIONAL BANK has this day declared
a SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF 5 PER
CENT, on the capital stocK, payable to share
holders on demand, clear of State and county
taxes.
All depositors entitled to interest on their ac
counts in tbe Savings Department can have
same added to their books on presentation to
the Bank. W. C. CRAUMER,
Nov. 13—It] Cashier.
You have been experimenting with the old
fashioned “Cure-all” Condition powder long
enough. It’s time you were using the Modern,
Sensibleand Scientific kind, the Fairfield Blood
Tonics. A separate and different Conditioner
for each kind of animal. (Ask for Fairfield’s
Free Book.) Sold under written guarantee by
A. M. Weis, Towson ; L. Kellum & Co., 1053
Hillen street, Baltimore; A. H. Uhler, Reis
terstown.
Report of county treasurer
—FOR THE—
MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1909.
Cash on band October 1,1909 $352,244.88
Taxes received during the month 30,020.72
Receipts from all other sources 1,861.68
Total receipts $371,127.18
Disbursements during
October. 1909 $ 108.229.35
Balance November 1.1909... 265,897.83
N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN,
Nov. 13—ltl Treasurer and Collector.
Cows coming off pasture will fall off in milk
production unless they are fed Fairfield’s Milk
Producer regularly. It supplies them with the
elements they have been getting from the
juicy grasses all Summer aud puts them iu
trim for Fall and Winter milk production.
Sold under written guarantee by A. M. Weis,
Towson ; L. Kellum & Co.. 1053 Hillen street,
Baltimore; A. H. Uhler, Reisterstown.
HOLIDAY GOODS
YOU ABE CORDIALLY INVITED
TO INSPECT MY GREATLY IN
CREASED STOCK OF V V V
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES FOR
THE CLAS3 OF GOODS. V V
Solid Gold Rings Sts 1 50 up
Solid Gold Cull Huttons 2.00 up
Solid Gold Watches 15.00 up
J3F" GOODS LAID ASIDE FOR CHRISTMAS.
CAR! j A. BOUCSEIN,
431 North Gay Street,
Opposite No. 6 Engine House.
If the Egg Sac of the Hen is not supplied
with pure, rich blood, tbe Embryolic eggs it
contains cannot develop properly.* Fairfield's
Blood Tonic and Egg Producer purifies the
blood and furnishes it witb the materials from
which eggs are made. Sold under written
guarantee by A. M. Weis, Towson ; L Kellum
ife Co., 1053 Hillen street, Baltimore; A. H.
Übler, Reisterstown.
John 11. Richardson, Attormy at Law, 622-
623 Law Ruitding, Raltimore, Md.
IN THE ORPHANS’ COURT OF BALTI
MORE COUNTY.
ORDERED, by the Orphans’ Court of Ralti
more county.this 10th day of November.l9o9, that
the sale of the leasehold estate of Patrick J.
Kelly, deceased, made by Catharine A. Kelly,
tbe Administratrix of the said deceased, and this
day rereported to this Court by the said Admin
istratrix, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause
be shown to the contrary,
On or before the Bth day of December, 1909;
Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some
weekly newspaper printed and published in Bal
timore county, once in each of three successive
weeks before the said Bth day of December, 1909.
The report states the amount of sales to be
xooo no
MELCHOR HOSHALL. 1
E. CLINTON TRACEY, VJudgcs.
H. SEYMOUR PIEKSOL, i
True Copy—Test:
WILLIAM J. PEACH,
Register of Wills for Baltimore county.
Nov. 13-4 1
IF. Oill Smith, Attorney at Law,
Towson, Md.
jyjORTUAGE SALK
A SNUG LITTLE PROPERTY,
IN FEE SIMPLE,
Located Near Hunt’s Church, on the Pub
lic Road Leading to Sherwood,
About Five Minutes’ Walk from Sher
wood Station, Northern Central
Railroad.
By virtue of tbe power contained in a mort
gage from Sidney J. Garrison and others, dated
the 7th day of May, 1908. and recorded among
Mortgage hecords of Baltimore Xtss
Hi county, in Liber W. P. C., No. 299, folio
253, &c., and assigned at the foot thereof to me,
I the undersigned Assignee, (default having oc
curred) will sell at Public Auction, AT THE
COURTHOUSE DOOR, Towson, Maryland, on
Wednesday, December 8, 1909,
At 12-15 o’clock P. M.,
ALL THE PROPERTY IN SAID MORTGAGE
DESCRIBED.THE SAME BEING A
LOT IN FEE SIMPLE,
CONTAINING
TWO ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR
LESS, BEING PART
OF LOTS No. 20 AND 21 ON THE PLAT OF
ELLENHAM PARK.
See Plat Book, J. W. S., No. 2, folio 1, kept in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for
Baltimore county, and being all and the same
lot of ground particularly described in the above
referred mortgage. The improvements con
sist of a
COMFORTABLE FRAME DWELLING
HOUSE. NEARLY NEW,
which contains about six rooms.
oF“This is a nice little borne, in a very desira
ble neighborhood, about five minutes' walk
from Sherwood Station, Northern Central Rail
road, within sight of Hunt’s M. E. Church.
title to the property is first class.
Taxes and all charges adjusted to day of sale.
TERMS OF SALE —One-third cash, balance
in 0 and 12 months, deferred payments to bear
interest; or all cash at the option of the pur
chaser.
A cash deposit of S2OO required of the pur
chaser at the time of sale.
W. GILL SMITH, Assignee.
WM. M. RIBTEAU, Auctioneer. (Nov. 13 ts
JI’ONEI TO LOAN.
In any sum from SSOO to $5,000 on first mort
gage, must be gilt edge, at 5* per cent.
JAMES P. OFFUTT,
Feb. 18—tf Attorney at Law, Towson, Md.
|Veu) jlduettisemeiits.
antkik
A GOOD DRIVING HORSE. ABOUT 15*
HANDS; MUST BE FEARLESS OF STEAM
CARS AND AUTOMOBILES.
GEORGE HOFF.
Nov. 13-21*1 Rider P. 0., Balto. Co., Md.
Robert L<e (HU, Solicitor, Law Building,
Raltimore, Md.
ATTORNEI’S sale
-OF-
VALUABLE FARM S,
In the lighlli anil Fifth Flection Districts
of Baltimore County.
By virtue of the power in me vested as At
tornev, I will sell at Public auction, ATM
HTHE COURT HOUSE DOOR, AT tow-SC
SON, < n
Tuesday, November 30, 1909,
At 12 o’clock M..
ALL THOSE TWO TRACTS
OF LAND SITUATE IN BALTI
MORE COUNTY, THE FIRST CON
TAINING 110 ACRES OF LAND. MORE
OR LESS. ADJOINING DOVER M. E.
CHURCH, ON THE ROAD LEADING FROM
BUTLER TO DOVER, LATELY OC
CUPIED BY THE LATE JOSEPH
GILL, improved by A FRAME
DWELLING. NEW BARN, AND
Ail NECESSARY OUTBUILDINGS.
! THE SECOND, SITUATE AT THE INTER
SECTION OFTHE ROAD LEADING FROM
DOVER TO BUTLER AND THE HOAD
LEADING TO MANTUA MILLS.
CONTAINING 12 ACRES OF LAND, MORE
OR LESS, and improved by a FRAME STORE
AND DWELLING AND NECESSARY OUT
BUILDINGS.
farms are in a high state of cultiva
tion.
after tbe above sale I will sell
32 ACHES OF GROWING GRAIN on the farm
first above described, with the right to the pur
chaser to harvest the same.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, payable
within thirty days after date of sale, balance in
six and twelve months with approved security;
or all cash at purchaser’s option.
A deposit, of $250 will be required on tbe
first farm and SIOO on the second farm, and all
cash for tbe growing grain on the day of sale.
NICHOLAS H. GILL, Attorney.
WM. M. HISTEAU, Auctioneer. [Nov. 13—ts
C. Ross Mace, Solicitor, 232 St. Paul Street,
Raltimore, Md.
John F. Oontrum, Solicitor, Law Ruilding,
Raltimore, Md.
TRUSTEE’S SALE
—OF—
VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE
AND IMPROVEMENTS,
In the Fourteenth District of Baltimore
County, Near Gardenville,
Belair ltoad.
Under and by virtue of a decree of the Circuit
Court for Baltimore county, in Equity, passed in
the cause of Amelia Schaub vs. Johannah Hert-
and others, the undersigned, Trus-AEWH
tees, will offer for sale, at Public Auc-ts?
tion, AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, TOW
SON, on
Tuesday, December 7, 1909,
At the hour of 12 o’clock noon,
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND“©
of which Daniel Melchoir died seized and pos
sessed, and which is particularly mentioned and
described in a certain deed, a certified copy of
which is tiled in these proceedings and to which
reference is hereby made for title, containing
ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
This property is located near Franklin avenue,
about one and a quarter miles from the Belair
road, and adjoins the lands of Amelia Schaub,
Herman Radecke and others. It is nearly all
under cultivation and has been worked for years
as a truck farm. It is improved by a
LARGE FRAME DWELLING,
Barn, Market House and other outbuildings, all
in good condition. It is in a high state of culti
vation, is located in a thickly settled neighbor
h od, convenient to Churches and Schools and
but a short distance to the Electric Railway,
witb a flve-cent fare to any part of the city.
fyit Will be sold as an entirety, saving and
excepting about one-eighth of an acre reserved
as the family graveyard.
All expenses will be adjusted to the day
of sale.
TERMS OF SALE.- One-third cash upon rati
fication of the sale, one-third in six months and
one-third in twelve months fromthe day of sale,
the deferred payments to bear interest and to be
secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned,
Trustees ; or all cash, at the option of the pur
chaser.
-#S“A deposit of S3OO will be required of the
purchaser at the time of sale.
C. ROSS MACE, I TrnatPP
JOHN F. GONTRUM, f Trustees.
THOMAS C. BIDDISON, Auctioneer.
Nov. 13—ts
IF. Oill Smith, Attorney, Towson, Md.
jyjORTGAOE SALE
VALUABLE FEE SIMPLE PROPERTY,
NEAR SHERWOOD, N. C. R. R„ BAL
TIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND.
By virtue of the power contained in a mort-
Sgage. from Sidney J. Garrison and others,
dated August 27tb, 1908, and recorded among
Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in
Liber 'V. P. C.. No. 304, folio 160, &c.. which
mortgage has been assigned to the undersigned
Assignee, as will appear by reference to assign
ments thereof duly recorded among said mort
gage records, (and default having occurred), the
undersigned Assignee of said mortgage will sell
at Public Auction, at the Court House door.
Towson, Maryland, on
Wednesday, December 8, 1909,
At 12 o’clock M.,
ALL THE PROPERTY IN SAID MORTGAGE
DESCRIBED, BEING A LOT IN
FEE SIMPLE,
Situate on the public road leading to Sherwood,
N. C. K. R., said lot having a front of 226 feet, 5
inches on said road, and a front of 231 feet on
Ellcnham avenue, and is located cast of Hunt’s
Church, Baltimore county, Maryland. It con
tains
ONE AND ONE HALF ACRES OF LAND,
MORE OR LESS.
It is part of Lot No. 20. on Plat of Ellenham
Park, Plat Book J. W. S.. No. 2, folio 1. kept in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for
Baltimore County, and is the same land described
in a deed from John Scott Garrison and wife to
Mary Cornelia Morningstar, said deed dated May
7th. 1908. and recorded among tbe Land Records
of Baltimore County, in Liber W. P. C., No. 328,
folio 97, &o. The lot is improved by
TWO COMFORTABLE FRAME DWELLINGS
ONE NEARLY NEW,
contains about six rooms with store room at
tached, the other in good condition, containing
about ten rooms. There is also a stable and
carriage house on this lot, well of water, some
fruit, &c. This is a very desirable property,
being such a short distance from the railroad,
and convenient to churches, schools, shops, &c.,
title is first-qlass, taxes and all charges ad justed
to day of sale.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third Cash, balance
in six and twelve months, deferred payments to
bear interest, or all cash at tbe option of the
purchaser. A cash deposit of $250 required at
the time of sale.
W. GILL SMITH, Assignee.
WM. M. HISTEAU. Auctioneer.
Nov. 13—ts.
George Hartman, Attorney at Law, Piper
Ruilding, Towson, Md.
PUBLIC SALE
—OF—
THE GOODS AND CHATTELS BELONG
ING TO THE ESTATE OF THE
LATE HENRY’ C. SCHULTZ.
The undersigned, Administratrix, of the goods
and chattels of Henry C. Schultz, deceased, in
pursuance of an order of the Orphans’ Court of
,gv Baltimore county, will sell ON xtnw
/JttQTHE PREMISES now occu-JICTF
pied by ber. situate on thewMMi
'd f 1 county road leading from Cromwell’s
Bridge to Unionville, about three fourths of a
mile from G lenarm Station, Maryland and Penn
sylvania Railroad, on
Wednesday, November 24, 1909,
commencing about 11 o'clock A. M„
ALL THE STOCK. FARMING
UTENSILS, HOUSEHOLD EF
FECTS. &c.,
which would be found on a well stocked farm.
They consist in part of
O YOUNG WORK HORSES. IN GOODCON-
O DITJON,
♦ > No. 1 MILCH COWS, TWO HEIFERS,
O SEVEN FINE SHOATS, ONE BROOD SOW,
about 75 to 100 CHICKENS, 1 two-horse Market
Wagon, 1 one-horse Market Wagon, 1 Broadtread
Wagon (three horses). Hay Carriage, Buggy,
Road Cart, set of Carriage Wheels, Hay Rake,
Binder, Roller, 2 Mowing Machines, Grain Drill,
2 Corn Planters, Cider Mill, Harrows, Syracuse
Harrow, Oliver Chilled Plows, No. 20 and 40;
Single and Double Shovel Plows. Cultivators,
Grain Fan, Corn Sheller, Cutting Box, Singleand
Double Trees, Mattocks, Shovels, Hoes, Forks,
Chains Crowbar, Crosscut Saw. Axes. Grind
stone, Vice set of Market Harness, all kinds of
harness found on a farm. Collars and Blankets.
Hotbed Sash, barrels of Vinegar, about 2.000
Bundles of Fodder. 40 barrels of Corn, about 25
barrels of small Corn, lot of Straw, and other
articles too numerous to mention.
130- THE HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
consist in part of 4 Bedroom Setsfil
MMjpw and Bedding. Tables, Stands
Chairs. Wardrobe, Organ, Carpets
eSSS and Mattings. Stoves. Chests,
Clocks, Lamps, Churn. Butter Chests. Dairy
Fixtures, large Iron Kettle and many other
articles. These goods and chattels are nearly
new and all in excellent condition, and are sold
in order to close the estate.
3 EKMS OF SALE.—AII sums of S2O and under
cash, over that amount a credit of 9 months will
be given, the purchasers to give their notes with
approved security, the notes to bear interest at
6 per cent., and to be made payable to the Second
National Bank of Towson.
*#• Positively no goods to be removed until
settled for. THERESA SCHULTZ,
Administratrix.
CHARLES H. ISENNOCK, Auctioneer.
HARRY I. SMITH, Clerk.
THE REAL ESTATE of said Henry C.
1 Schultz, deceased, being the farm whereon this
[ sale is to take place, will be sold immediately
j before the commencement of this sale by George
| Hartman. Trustee. See advertisement in another
column of this paper. [Nov. 13—ts
jg&ißCxUaneond.
George Hartman and W. GW Smith,
Solicitors, Tote son, Md.
TRUSTEE'S BALE
OF
Valuable Real Estate anil Improvements
Situate in Long Green Valley, Eleventh
Election District of Galtimore
County, Maryland,
About 1 brec Quarters of a Mile From
Glenarin Station. Maryland & Penn
sylvania Railroad, on the Koail
Leading From Cromwell’s
Bridge to Unionville.
The undersigned. Trustee, under and by vir
|fetue of the power and authority contain
Hi-Jed in a decree of the Circuit Court for SX.
Baltiraore county, sitting in Equity, passed on
the 21st day of October, 11*09, in a cause in said
court pending, wherein Theresa Schu tz et al.
are plaintiffs and Annie M. Schultz et al. are de
fendants, will offer at Public Auction the LAND
AND PREMISES in said proceedings described,
and which is hereinafter referred to and de
scribed, ON THE PREMISES, on
Wednesday, November 24, 1909,
At the hour of 11 o’clock A. M„
THE LAND AND PREMISES TO BE SO
OFFERED FOR SA LE AND FORMERLY
OWNED and OCCUPIED BY the LATE
HENRY C. SCHTLTZ. The FARM
COMPRISES ABOUT SIXTY-ONE
ACRES OF LAND. ABOUT HALF
AN ACRE TH EREOF BEING IN
FINE TIMBER, THE BAL
ANCE CLEAR, IN FINE
STATE OF CULTIVATION AND VERY
FERTILE.
The improvements consist of FRAME FARM
HOUSE, in good repair; Barn, forty-two by
twenty feet with Corn Crib attached ; Carriage
House, Spring House, Chicken Houses, &c.,
pump of excellent Water near the house. There
is a young orchard of excellent Fruit in full
bearing, small Fruit, and altogether this is a
most desirable little property. It is well wa
tered. beautifully located, and is in a most thriv
ing and excellent neighborhood; it is conve
nient to Churches, Stores Shops, &c„ and being
so near the railroad it is most desirable as a home
for a person doing business in the city.
f£T Persons desiring a safe investment, or
those wishing a home, should not fail to attend
this sale, as a view of the property will convince
them of its many advantages.
The property was acquired by the late Henry
C. Schultz from Moses Nafzingertbe 14th day of
December, 1905; the deed is recorded among the
Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber W.
P. C„ No. 293. folio 202, &c. It was greatly im
proved by Mr. Schultz during his lifetime, and
it is now sold because the adult persons in in
terest are ladies and feel their unfitness to
manage a farm.
t*“The Trustee will reserve possession of the
buildings for the ladies until the Ist day of
March when possession of the whole property
will be given to the purchaser.
The taxes and all expenses will be ad
justed to day of sale. The title is first class in
every respect.
THE TERMS OF SALE as prescribed by the
decree are, one-third cash, one-third in six
months and the balance in twelve months; or
all cash at the option of the purchaser or pur
chaser. The deferred payments to bear inter
est from the day of sale and to be secured to the
satisfaction of the Trustee.
XWA cash deposit of 1500 to be required of
the purchaser at the time of the sale.
GEORGE HARTMAN, Trustee.
CHARLES H. ISENNOCK, Auctioneer.
*3g”THE PERSONAL ESTATE of said Henry
C. Schultz, deceased, consisting of Horses, Cat
tle. &c., will be sold immediately after the REAL
ESTATE, by Mrs. Theresa Schultz, Administra
trix. See advertisement in another column of
this paper. [Oct. 30—ts]
Thomas C. Biddlson, Auctioneer,
Gardenville, Did.
PUBLIC SALE
—OF—
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AND HALL
PROPERTY,
On Belair Roail, Near Gardenville, Balti
more County, and Known as
“GARDENERS’ AND FARMERS’ HALL.”
By authority of the German Gardeners’ and
Farmers’ Association of the Belair road, Balti
more county, the undersigned, the committe of
esaid Association, duly appointed by said M
Association with full authority to act,*32?
will offer for sale at Public Auction, ON THE
PREMISES, on
Wednesday, November 17, 1909,
At the hour of 3 o’clock P. M.,
ALL THAT TRACT AND PARCEL OF LAND
which was conveyed to the said Association by
the Evangelical German Lutheran Church of
Baltimore county, by deed dated November 5,
1855, and recorded among the Land Records of
Baltimore county, in Liber G. H. C„ No. 34, folio
287, consisting of
ONE-THIRD OF AN ACRE OF LAND,
MORE OR LESS.
The improvements consist of a FINE,
LARGE HALL.knownas the “GARDEN
ERS’and FARMERS’ HALL,” of Garden
ville, Baltimore county, together with suitable
sheds and buildings. The hall itself contains
one large meeting or lodge room and ante-rooms
occupying the second floor, and a number of
rooms on the first suitable for a store and dwell
ing, the first floor being now occupied by Mr. .1.
Harman Schoue as a country store. The hall is
in excellent condition, and the large meeting
room has been used for many years by the said
Association as a meeting place, and also by Gar
den Lodge, No. 114, Independent Order of Odd
Fellows, as a lodge room and is now fitted up
and used for that purpose.
- THIS VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE
PROPERTY is situated on the southeast side of
the Belair road, adjoining the Evangelical Ger
man Lutheran Church property at Gardenville
and within a short distance of the Gardenville
Postoffice. This property is a little over one
mile from the new city limits.
*S"The Belair Road Electric Railway passes
the entrance to the property. The entrance to
the property is sufficiently wide to admit all
kinds of vehicles, and shedding for teams am
ple and comfortable.
OS-This property is very desirable as an in
vestment for lodges, orders or private persons,
and is an excellent place for a business stand.
large meeting or lodge room in the
second story is so arranged that it will be con
venient for the meeting of any lodge, order or
corporation.
THE TERMS OF SALE ARE-One half cash
and the balance in three months from day of
sale, or all cash at the option of the purchaser;
credit payment to bo secured to the satisfac
tion of the undersigned committee.
4*A cash deposit of $200.00 will be required
of the purchaser on the day of sale.
HENRY HERMANN, I
J. HARMAN SCHONE,-) Committee
JOHN KINLEIN, (
Nov. 6-ts
Richard li. Bernard Jb Son, Solicitors, 54
Ventral Savings Bank Building,
Baltimore, Md.
jyj-ORTGAGEE’S SALE
VALU A B L E
FEE-SIMPLE PROPERTY,
Located at Chestnut Hill, on the
Southeast Corner of Rogers
and Southbend
Avenues.
By virtue of a power of sale contained in a
mortgage from Carrie Nelson to Bertha E. Willis
et al.. dated August 27,1907, and recorded among
Mtbe Mortgage Records of Baltimore's*
county, in W. P. C., No. 290. folio 80. &c ,Sr
the undersigned. Attorney named in said mort
gage, will sell by Public Auction, ON THE
PREMISES, on
Monday, November 29, 1909,
At 3 o’clock P. M.,
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND SITUATED
IN BALTIMORE COUNTY
Beginning at the southeast corner of Rogers
and Southbend avenues, as the sameare laid out
and shown on the plat of Chestnut Hill, running
easterly on the south side of Rogers avenue 194
feet to an alley 15 feet wide, southerly on said
alley 100 feet to lot No. 3, westerly on lot No. 3
145 feet to Southbend avenue; thence northerly
following the curve of Bouthbend avenue 120
feet, more or less, to the beginning, containing
16,900 SQUARE FEET OF LAND,
MORE OR LESS. AND BEING LOT
No. 1 IN BLOCK 2, AS SHOWN ON
THE PLAT OF CHESTNUT HILL.
49-The improvements consist of a NEARLY
NEW FRAME COTTAGE, with water, sewerage
and all modern conveniences, located in one of
the choicest sub-divisions of Mount Washing
ton, convenient to the Electric Cars, five cent
fare, and safeguarded by ample neighborhood
restrictions which will be read at sale.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash, balance
with interest in six and twelve months, or all
cash at the purchaser’s option.
deposit of S2OO will be required of pur
chaser at the sale.
ALFRED D. BERNARD,
Attorney named In Mortgage.
PATTISON & GAHAN, Auctioneers.
No”. 6—ts
FRANK I. WHEELER. WILLIAM P. 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, of Philadelphia; Royal, of Liv
erpool; North State,of Greensboro, N. C.; West
ern, of Pittsburg: Spring Garden, of Philadel
phia; Niagara, of N. Y.: A’.tna, of Hartford,
Conn.; Norfolk, Norfolk, Va.
Representing as we do the above named first
class Fire Insurance Companies and an agency
of twenty-five years'standing, that has so long
en loyed the confidence of the public, we respect
fully solicit of the people of Baltimore county
a continuation of their patronage.
WHEELER & COLE.
JJARDWOOD FLOORS.
BEAUTIFUL, SANITARY and DURABLE
HARD OIL OK WAX FINISH, any Pattern or
Wood you desire, laid over your old floor like a
rug. No dirt or litter. Estimates Furnished
Free. Drop me a Postal.
CHARLES H. WHITAKER,
Allegany Avenue. Towson, Md.
TO LOAN IN SUMS OF SI,OOO
© I AND UPWARD.
Apply to E. W. HERMAN,
Jn 4.—tf. Attorney at Law. Towson. Md.
MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 31, 1909.
Nortiiuound. Southbound.
Except Sunday. Except Sunday.
A.M. ! A.mJ P.M. P.M. | P.M. P.M. A.M. AM. P.M. P.M. I’M. P.M. P.M.
745 | 930 3.15 5.00 6.00 11 40 ..North Avenue.B.Bs; 9.10 I 11.55 I 2.05 5.45 4.15 7.40
755 938 3.23 5.08 6.08 11.47 Evergreen 8.28 903 11.48 1.58 5.38 4.08 7.33
757 940 325 5.10 6.10 11.49 ....Notre Dame 826 9.02 11.46 157 5.36 4.0 i 7.32
8d)l 943 3.28 513 6.14 11.52 : Homeland ; 8.23 9.00 11.44 1.55 5.33 4.04 7.30
803 9.45 3.30 5.15 6.17 11.54 ....Woodbrook .... 8.21 8.58 11.42 1.53 5.31 402 7.28
806 9.48 333 518 6.20 11 57 Sheppard 8.18 856 11.39 1.50 5.28 3.59 : 7.25
8.09 9.50 3.55 5.20 6.22 12.00 Towson 8.15 853 11.37 1.47 6.25 3.57 7.23
813 9.52 3.37 5.23 6.24 12.02 Eudowood 8.13 8.50 11.35 1.45 5.23 3.55 7.20
819 956 3.41 5.27 6.50 12.06 Oakleigb 8.08 8.46 11.31 1.41 5.18 351 7.16
825 1001 3.46 5.32 6.35 12.10 ....Loch Haven.. . 8.02 8.42 11.27 137 5.13 3.46 7.12
828 10 04 350 5.35 6.39 12 13 ... Summerfleld— 7.58 839 11.23 1.33 5.09 3.43 7.09
830 10 06 3.53 537 6.41 12 15 Notch Cliff .... 7.56 837 11.21 1.31 5.07 3.41 7.07
834 10.08 3.56 5.39 6.43 12.17 Glenarm j 753 834 11.18 1.28 5.04 3.38 7.04
838 10 12 400 543 6.47 12.20 ... Long Green 748 8.30 11.14 1.24 5.00 3.34 7.00
841 10.15 4:03 5.46 6.52 12.22 Hyde 7.44 8.28 11.12 1.22 456 3.32 6.58
8.44 10.18 4.06 5.49 6.58 12.25 j Baldwin 7.39 8.25 11.08 1.18 4.53 3.28 6.54
856 10.30 4.18 6.00 7.10 12.35 ! Fallston 7.27 8.15:10.56 106 4.42 3.16 6.42
9.08 10.40 4.30 6.10 7.20 12.45 Bel Air 7.15 8.02 : 10.45 12.55 4.30 3.05 6.30
10.00 5.20 .... 8.20 a.m. Delta .... 6.55 9.55 3.30, .... ....
11.40| 7.00 I I I York I .... 1 | 8.101 I 1.451 .... 1 ..2.
An additional Northbound week day train will leave Delta 6.05 A. M.. arriving at York 7.40 A.
M. Southbound, will leave York 5.45 P. M.. arriving at Delta 7.20 P. M. Except Saturday and
Sunday a train will leave North Avenue at 12.05 P. M., Towson 2.25 P. M., arriving at Bel Air 1.15 P.
M. On Saturday only this train will leave North Avenucl 30 P.M., Towson 1.52 P. M. and arrive at
Bel Air 2.45 P. M. .
Sunday trains Northbound will leave North Avenue 9.05 A. M. and 4.05 and 11.00 P. M.. leaving
Towson 9.29 A. M. and 425 and 11.20 P. M.: Bel Air 10.35 A. M.. 5.25 P. M. and 12.10 night, arriving at
Delta at 11.35 A. M.. 6.25 P. M. and 1.00 A. M. Southbound will leave Delta 6.30 A. M.. 3.30 and 7.20 P.
M.. Bel Air 7.35 A. M. and 4 30 and 8.10 P. M., Towson 8.37 A. M., 5.35 and 9.08 P. M„ North Avenue
9.00 A. M„ 5.55 and 9.30 P. M.
notices.
Gibson A* Smith, Attorneys, 909 Calvert
Building, Baltimore, Md.
TO CREDITORB.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri:
bers have obtained from the Orphans’ Court of
Baltimore county, letters of administration c.
t. a. on the estate of
CHARLES NITZE.
late of said county, deceased. All persons having
claims against the said estate are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof,
to the subscribers.
On or before the sth day of May, 1910;
They may otherwise by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment. Given under our hands this 28th day of
October. 1909. CHARLES L. NITZE.
CHARLES C. FAWCETT,
Oct. 30—4tl Administrators c. t. a.
IN THE ORPHANS’ COURT OF BALTI
MORE COUNTY.
ORDERED, by the Orphans’ Court of Balti
more county, this 19th day of October, 1909, that
the sale of the real estate of George Lins, de
ceased, made by John C. Lins, acting Executor
of the last will and testament of the said de
ceased, and this day reported to this court by
the said Executor, be ratified and confirmed,
unless cause be shown to the contrary,
On or before the 15th day of November, 1909 ;
Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some
weekly newspaper, printed and published in
Baltimore county, once in each of three succes
sive weeks, before the said 15th day of Novem
ber. 1909.
The report states the amount of sales to be
$2,450.00.
MELCHOR HOSHALL, 1
E. CLINTON TRACEY. VJudges.
H. SEYMOUR PIERSOL, I
True Copy—Test:
WILLIAM J. PEACH,
Register of Wills for Baltimore county.
Oct. 23—4 t
Charles Radley Webber, Attorney, B. A O.
Building, 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
D. B. MARTIN,
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 28th day of April, 1910;
They may otherwise by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment. Given under my hand this 2lst day of
October. 1909. CAROLINE W. MARTIN,
Oct. 23—4t] Administratrix.
A. A. Piper, Attorney, Piper Building,
Towson, Md.
TO CREDITORS.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri
ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of
Baltimore county, letters testamentary on the
estate of
JOHN T. AMBROSE,
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 28th day of April, 1910;
They may otherwise by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment. Given under my hand this 21st day of
April, 1909. KATE AMBROSE,
Oct. 23—4t*l Executrix.
By William N. Mays, Auctioneer,
Preeland, Md.
PUBLIC SALE
OF
HORSES,
Vehicles, Farm Implements and Machinery,
Household Furniture,
Store Goods and Fix
tures, etc.
The undersigned, intending to retire from
business, will sell at Public Sale, ON THE
<1 PREMISES, at the 13-Mile- SfSm
stone on the York turnpike,
near Cockeysville, Baltimore county,
Monday, November 15, 1909,
At 12 o’clock M.. sharp.
The following Personal Property, viz:
2 HORSES, WILL WEIGH ABOUT
1,300 POUNDS EACH ; £
One large Carriage, 1 Spring Wagon, good as
new ; 1 Buckboard, 1 Top Buggy, 1 one-horse
Farm Wagon, 1 two-horse Sleigh, lot of Single
and Double Harness, 1 No. 40 L. 11. Oliver Chilled
Plow, 1 No. 20 L. H. Oliver Chilled Plow. 1 one
horse Plow, Single and Double Shovel Plows, 1
five-shovel Cultivator, 1 sixteen-tooth Spring
' Harrow, Single Trees and Double Trees, 1 Spike
tooth Harrow. 1 Belle City Feed Cutter, 1 Wal
ter A. Wood Mower, 1 Lawn Mower, 1 Corn
Shelter. 1 Farm Cart, 3 Pumps for Cisterns, 1
Iron Tank, 2,500 gallon capacity; 6 Feed Troughs,
Forks, Plow Harness. Crib,2 Sheds, 1 Green
house and fixtures. 2 Hand Carts tor hauling in
lot of Junk; 3 Cross-cut Saws, 2 Log Chains,
15 barrel Onions.
-HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS.
Dining-room Table. 1 Sideboard,#?!
■ Sj < '2 Lounges, Lamps, Clocks, lot of
AT- Chairs, Dining-room Btove, 1 Home |T|
uESkJOomfort Kitchen Range, with 1
drum, 3 Tables. 2 Ice Boxes, Window and Door
Screens, 7 Beds and Bedding, Washstands, 1 Bu
reau, 1 Hanging Lamp, lot of Carpet, Bar Fix
tures, 1 Pool Table. 1 Cash Register, 1 Clock, 1
Stove, 3 Benches, lot of Tobacco and Cigars, lot
of Store Goods. 3 Show Cases, Coil of Rope, 1
Lard Press.
TERMS OF SALE.—Allsumsof sloand under,
cash ; on sums over that amount a credit of 12
months will bo given, purchasers giving notes
with approved security bearing interest from
day of sale. Notes made payable at Cockeysville
National Bank.
AiuNotbing to be removed from the premises
until the terms are fully complied with.
Nov. 6-ts] HENRY HESS, Owner.
rpRESPASS NOTICE.
The undersigned. Property-owners and Ten
ants of Baltimore county, do hereby give no
tice that anyone found TRESPASSING ON
THEIR PREMISES WITH DOG OR GUN, OR
BOTH, without written permission, will be
prosecuted, and we authorize Game Wardens
and Officers to arrest said parties when found so
trespassing.
Edward S. Peerce, Edward Reynolds,
Jacob M. Pearce. Wm. 8. Cowley,
H. C. Longnecker, Mrs. Wm. Gilmor,
Arthur W. Shanklin, Kurtz Estate,
W. Jeff Shanklin, Henry Dickmeyer.
Samuel A. Parks, Thomas W. Offutt,
Harold Scarboro, Thomas Todd.
George Harryman, Joshua F. Todd.
Henry C. Merry man, Frank I. Wheeler,
Patrick Maguire, Benjamin T. Ridgely,
Neville R. Ridgely, Isaac Jones,
Wiilium H. Todd, James T. Johnson.
Wm. A. Price, Richard H. Pleasants,
Charles E. Fendall. Sheppard A Enoch Pratt
Hospital.
Any one wishing bis name added to this list
may do so without expense by sending a postal
card to The “Union News,” or the Democrat
and Journal.
Nov. 6—tf
Application
FOR—
TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE.
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court )
for Baltimore County, >
Towson. Md., Nov. 5,1909. I
Notice is hereby given that application has
been made to this office for the transfer of li
cense to sell spirituous or fermented liquors
from
Frederick Steil, Bhady Side Park. Thirteenth
district, to Charles Caretti, 4121-4123 East Lom
bard street. Twelfth district.
And that unless cause be shown in writing to
the contrary.
On or before the 19th day of November, 1909,
the transfer applied for will be granted, provi
ded the applicant complies with the require
ments of law. WILLIAM P. COLE,
Nov. 6—2tl Clerk.
•yyARNING TO TRESPASSERS.
All persons are warned not to trespass upon
my premises with DOG, TRAP or GUN. or in
any other manner. Persons disregarding this
notice will be prosecuted.
F. W. WRIGHT,
Nov. 6 to Dec. 18. Cockeysville. Md.
T7IOR SALE.
A FINE LARGE BAY HORSE, will work
anywhere and not afraid of automobiles. Sold
for want of use.
Apply to Mrs. MARY E. CURRY,
Phmnix (R. F. D.) Md.
Residence—Jacksonville. [Oct. 30 - 3t*
jyj-ONEY TO LOAN.
IN SUMB OF SSOO AND UPWARDS, ON
FIRST MORTGAGE.
Apply to WILLIAM S. KEECH.
Feb. It—tr Towson, iii.
fgliscellaiumis.
Silverware *
-AND
* Jewelry.
A. WALLENHORST,
11 and 13 South Gay Street,
Baltimore Md.
DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND
FINE JEWELRY, SILVERWARE,
CUT GLASS, UMBRELLAS,
BRUSHES AND COMBS.
BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS AND EXQUISITE
WORKMANSHIP AT MODERATE COST.
FINE SELECTIONS FOR ANNIVERSARY
AND WEDDING GIFTS.
a®,. Don’t Forget the Name and Place.
TOWSON
**J V LILLIHE='RY **
STORE- **
ALL PATTERN HATS
AT VERY REDUCED PRICES,
AS THE SEASON IS WELL AD
VANCED. THESE HATS ARE
OF THE LATEST STYLE
HANDSOME * RIBBONS
FOR THE POPULAR MOIRE BOWS, ROW
THE STYLE OF THE DAY.
*S“No charge for work if all Trimming*
arc Purchased of Me.
THE TOWSON MILLINERY STORE.
York Road and Pennsylvania Ave.,
Towson, Md.
EDWARD E. BURNS. FRANK BURNS.
JOHN BURNS’ SONS,
FUNERAL
Dlreciois id Embilßis.
TOWSON, Md.
C. & P. Phone-TOWSON, 192-F.
Mch.l3-ly
WM. J. BIDDISON,
FIRE INSURANCE ACENT
Fire, Tornado and Windstorm Poli
cies Issued.
INTO ASSESSMEIVT.
—HEP RESENTING —
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 Hoad and Maple Avenue.
Raspeburg P. 0., Baltimore County, M<).
C. & P. and Maryland Phonos.
&~A share of patronage will be appreciated
Jan. 2—ly
NEAT WORK. PRICES BIGHT
ANDREW ** REMMEL
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer of
MACHINE AND HANDMADE
HARNESS
Importer and Dealer in
GENERAL HARDWARE. FULL LINE OF
HORSE BLANKETS.
1059 Hillen St., Baltimore, Md
St. Paul-5915.
VEGETABLE 7 PLANTS
OF ALL KINDS
vSALEtC-
Lettuce and Cabbage for Fall
Planting
S. W. SHANKLIN & SON,
Sept. 25—tri WHITE MARSH, Md.
FlDwers, Plants, k
FOR WEDDINGS AND FUNERALS,
AT REASONABLE RATES.
Special Attention Given to Ornamental
Gardening.
JOHN L. WAGNER, Florist,
W. JOPPA ROAD, TOWSON, Md.
C. & P. Phone—Towson 8-F. [Nov. 21—ly
FARMS FOR SALES.
Wicomico C 0.—70 acres, good buildings $ 800
St. Mary’B Co.—loo acres, plenty buildings.. 1,000
Charles C 0.—340 acres, near railroad 2,100
St. Mary’s Co.-250acres,IX million ft. pine 3,000
Baltimore C 0.—186 acres. Second district... 3,250
Baltimore C 0.—25 acres, near Timonium... 3,500
Harford C 0.—92 acres.on railroad,ssoocash 4 200
Harford C 0.—150 acres. Dairy Farm 4,500
Bt. 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 IIANNA,
Jan.23—ly Baltimore, Md.
ESTABLISHED 1876. BOTH PHONES.
DANIEL - RIDER,
1001 GKEKNMOUNT AVENUE,
BALTIMORE, Md.,
COMMISSION * MERCHANT
For the Sale of Hay, Grain and Btraw.
Orders for Mill Feed, Gluten Feed, Cotton
Seed Meal, Oil Cake Meat, Salt, &c., will receive
prompt attention. [Apl. 3—ly
POULTRY YARDS*
SAffl’L D. MARKLEY, SJEKSTtfS
BLACK MINORCAS, BARRED
PLYMOUTH ROCK, ROSE
COMB RHODE ISLAND RED.
COCKERELS f [Feb.27—iy
NEW IDEA -**
MANURE SPREADERS,
THREE SIZES.
-*THE VERY LATEST PATTERN^
H. E. BARTLESON,
Sept. 11-tfl Cockeysville, Md.

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