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VM. M. ABBOTT, Editor *nd PublfclMv
vlftV iMMA ABBOT!'-CAGE. Local Editor.
CHARLES B. ABBOTT. BualnvM Manager
THE rriTAI.
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TUKBDAY, N(,VK •* BKR 12. 112.
GOOD PAPER LIKE BANQUET.
A well-conducted paper is like a ban
quet, says an exchange. Everything
ia served up with a view to aelection.
Help yourself to what you want and do
not condemn the entire spread because
pickles and onions may be included,
if you do not relish them, somebody
may find them palatable. Be generous
and broad enough to select gracefully
such reading matter from a paper as
will be agreeable to your mental taste.
You, as an indvidual, are not compelled
to swallow everything. Wdo not all
think alike on every subject, and it is
a good thing, as it makes more variety,
nod variety is the spice of existence.
It isn't his kicking ability that
makeß a mule valuable.
As a general rule one’s judgment is
better if he doesn’t bet on it.
Who’ll be first to move to make the
election of Mr. Wilson unanimous.
Anwyay, the “I told-you-so” crowd
is in the majority this time, all right.
The provoking thing about an ob
stacie is that it ia always in the way.
Don't .ever get into your head that it
is only the youngsters who read all the
n onsense.
One of Mr. Wilson’s biggest prob
lems will be the judicious distribution
of the pie.
Even the most indolent of us are not
too lazy to work on the sympathies o r
our friendr.
The Balkan states are going for Tur
key, but with bullet and bayonet in
stead of votes.
The Bulgarians say they will attend
church in Constantinople next Sunday.
We’re willing.
The amateur carpenter can be about
the busiest individual in the countrv
and accomplish less.
If people wouldn't devote their Btub
boiness to making their troubles last
longei there would be more happiness.
Using kerosene to hurry up the fire
has caused two more deaths recently.
The folks who ought to learn seem not
to.
The fellow with a winter suit in
early spring is a lot tetter off than the
fellow with a summer suit in early
winter.
The Thanksgiving dinner must be ar
ranged for—also the Christmas shop
ping. The next few weeks will be
busy ones.
Just because a young man happens
to make a name for himself don't
jump to the conclusion that he isn’t
proud of his ancestors.
In the scramble for the good jobs
the Democrats should not lose sight of
the fact that there must be wise ad
ministration if success is to be con
tinued.
A scientist declares that the speed
mania has converted a great many
automobilists into nervous wrecks. We
would like to have his diognise the
case of the man who has to dodge
them.
All democrats who expect to get
places at the pie counter are expected
to bring their napkins and toothpicks.
The departing republicans are carry
ing off all the table ware as mementoes
of the time when they were great men.
Every time an extra foot of street is
improved in Annapolis it makes real
estate values just that much better,
also makes a much nicer and cleaner
city in which to live. As important as
this suggestion is there are many peo
ple .perhaps, who had never thought of
it before.
A friend asked us the other day if
we ever grew weary of the struggle in
making a newspaper. A newspaper is
a very human institution, we answered.
It ia like the lynotype machine. It i
never tires, never grows weary, for it
has so many friends that generate en
thusiasm a fellow hardly kuows when
to quit. There is no such thing as
ever catching up, for there are always
so many good things in store that a
man who is really deeply interested in
the task feels he can never do enough
We have always felt that the newsps
per professsion is the most fascinating
there is, and have been grinding this
sort of stuff out for many years, with
never a tinge of malice toward any
man, nor yet a touch of fear of saying
exactly what we believe.
Wants, Lost, Found, For Sale, etc
Advertisement* under this head notes
seeding 4 (four! tinea—a times 2cts.; •
week 6 Pets.: for each additional line. Sets.
CHARLES F. LEE,
20 uid 22 CHURCH CIBCUL;
Real Estate—lnsurance.
Houses For Itent -f’olleetions made.
Money to Loan on Mortgages. 7 lly |
NOTICE.
An Investment of SIBOO, which made
hud year by a local Investor la yielding a re- 1
turn of tSOOthl* year A representative of ‘
the Com p!i> offering the satimopport unity *
will be in the city to Interview prospective
Investors on t bursday of this weejt. Reply j
to P. O. Bo* *7, for engagement. nlltS i
FoUND-Hlnek and white longhair DtXi {
* with collar but no name on tag Owner
can have same at Third Floor. Gloucester
Apartments. (nil St
LOS T.
T OKT—POCK KT-ROOK containing bank
■*-* notes and visiting cards, after leaving
Annapolis on W.. B. A A. car Saturday
morning. Reward If returned to Capital
office. n 9 :tt
wanted!
YU ANTED—Experienced OPERATOR
Power's Machine for Moving Picture
Show in Annapolis, Md.: also Piano playtn.
Violinist, Cashier and Ticket Taker. Istn
don Flsbel Amusement Company. Rider.
Md. nl2 8t
11TANTKD—A reliable WOMAN as house
yy girl, must give reference. Apply No. 16
Mar> land Avenue. nl2 8t
WANTED—HaIf-grown Colored GIRL to
'' make herself useful around house.—
Apply 142 Prince George St. nil 8t
WANTED TO RENT—A PIANO; must le
yy In good condition. Address giving par
ticular*. •'Plano,"Box 6v7, Annapolis, nllt-l
TUANTED— Large Eastern Manufacturer
TT of well-known staple line want*. Trav
eling Salesmen In this territory. No former
experience required. Steady position.—
B arn big pay while you learn. Address for
particulars. Dept. 10, Lock Drawer f! Chi
cago. Ills. nil 4t
tiff oft WEEKLY taking orders for cut
▼*' w uu rate groceries. Outfit free. Su
gar 4 cents Everything cut rate. Exper
ience unnecessary. Standard Mercantile
00.. 2164 East 9th Ht.. Ceveland.Ohlo. nllt2
WANTED—A fully FURNISHKI SMALL
' ' HOUSE or Apartment; three bedrooms
preferred; near Academy. Address Mrs B.
8. Bullard. Dresden, 2? Washington, D C.
■\X7ANTKD— Ry an experienced LAUN
yy DRESS WASHING to do at home.
Aoply 67 Northwest Street. m-8t
WANTED-Gloves, Ladle**'Slippers Fine
yy Clothing. Ac.. TOCLK AN. Work guar
anteed to be satisfactory, Mrs. LILLIAN
C A KROLL. 81 Pleasant St., or call 'l‘hone
442-y and wc will come after your work.
ot>l m
F O R R EN T.
RENT—Completely Furnished
A HOUSE, nicely located; 7-Roomk and
bath; all modern conveniences; N* . < v “ Mar
ket St. Address "M.C.G.,” 101 IK. Si.. N.
W. Washington. D.O. ol2w
POR RENT-HOUSE. 95 Conduit Street.
A A-Room House, with bath, large kitchen,
house newly papered and painted; hot air
heat; gas, hot and cold water and *p. altlng
tubes. Apply 14 Church Circle. nil st
fpOR RENT—HOUSE No. !> Murray Ave-
A aue. Apply 106 Market St. tfnß
UV)R RENT-Two s-room HOUSES, rtth
A street, Eastport, Md. Apply to 476 Severn
Ave,.Eastport. Md. w-r.B
WALL FOR RENT—The West Annapolis
. A Firemen's Hall can be rented for Dances.
Festivals, Ac.. at reasonable rates. For par
ticulars, apply to C. M. White, at Strange
A White's Store, Francis Street. n4in
PO| RENT—Large neatly Furnished
A Front ROOM, with heat and gas. Ap
ply at 11S College Ave. n3-tf
POR KENT—Comfortable. FURNISHED
A ROOMS. Every convenience. Terms
moderate. Apply Mrs. HIN EB. MO Conduit
street. o2H-tr
"pklß RENT—A Large Brick HOUSE, sulta-
A ble for Boarding House, for rent on an t
after Nov. Ist; No. 116 Main St. Apply W
K. Gantt, cor. Mary land Avenue and Prince
George Street. o26tf
POR RENT—DESIRABLE ROOMS with
A Table Board; steam heat. Mrs. N. W.
BOLLING. 217 Hanover Street. o3H tf
T?OR RENT—Eight-room dwelling. 14 Mur
* ray Ave. fully furnished. In excellent
condition. Immediate possession. K. W
lgiehart, 6 School SC sSOtf
POK RENT-STORK corner West and
„ Madison Street. Apply at No. Stu
Prince George Street. sSNtf
FOR SALE.
MANORE
pOR SALK—lndian MOTORCYCLE, in
good condition. Can be sten running.—
No reasonable offer refused. A. H. W1 L
SON, 163 West Street. mj gt
POR SALK—BonehlU (English! 10 Gauge
Hammer Duck Gl’N and Leather Case;
cost $176, will take $60.00; excellent condi
tion. Apply IC*©Conduit Street. nl?ttt
Vi ' ry desirable BUILD.
. ING LOTS on Franklin street. 70x140;
•opposite the residence of Mr. F A. Monroe.
Mil'S;* gr°°* M< '- E - w - 10LE ”Aff-
HAIR WORK.
I.ADIEB* COWBINOS rn.de up into
ail style. Hair wijl permit. Charees '
moderate. Mrs. E. STORTOX. 115
West Street. dl2tn
H FOR RENT ,
HOUSE of 8. Rooms, all l
conveniences, 67 Conduit St. 8
Apply Farinholt, Meredith 1
Co.
-
FOR RENT.
jSssrartts
lors, Xadies^*° r gentlemen's tailor
luif, or professional office. *
Q4tf Apply W. H. HART. 12 Church Circle 'J
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE ‘
$426, l Ford Modul r. UilO, forl7ft- 1
well Runabout. $280; all in good condition
er sale at A. H. WILSONT3 (Ruwge
est street. Phone 4*>-m.
.\dvertise your Wants. Lost, etc.
in the Capital.
_ n KNXNO CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, M„ NOVEMBER If, ISIS.
NOTICE!
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL.
MONDAY, December 2nd,
At 8 P. M., in the Hospital.
All p* r*on* Interested in the welfare of
tbl* v* ry necessary and helpful InstHtfUon.
and wi o with to have a vote in Its Manage
ment. are invited to become members bv
the payment of not less than $2.60 annually,
and the enrollment of their names by the
Treasurer, Mrs. George T. Feidmeyer.at her
home 197 Malts St . before November ittlwts
all dormtton* to the Hospital to be included
in tbl* year's report must be in by that
date
n* _ BY ORDER QF THE BOARD.
N 6 T / C E.
Stockholders’ Meeting of the Work
ingmen’s Building & Loan Aas’n.
i The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Workingmen’s Build
; ing and Loan Association of An
! napolis, A, A. County, Md., will
j he held at eight o’clock P. M., at
; its office, 155 Church Street, on
Wednesday, November 20th, 1912,
for the election of a Board of Di
rectory for the ensuing year and the
; transaction of such other business
vis may be brought before it.
LOUIS H. REHN,
President.
FRANCIS J. QUINN,
117 Secretary.
NOTICE.
At a meeting of the Board of Di
rectors of the Annapolis Gas and
Electric Light Company, held Sep
tembe 16, 1912, it was ordered
that the price of gas be reduced to
$1.50 per thousand feet, with a dis- J
count of 25c. per thousand feet, if
paid on or before the 15th day of
each month; effective on and after
January 1, 1913.
J. CLIFTON BOSLEY,
General Manager.
Annapolis, Md., October 9.1912. olltf
T A UNDRY SERVICE. Marine Corps,
-*-* Quartermaster’s Department, Wash
ington. D. C! . Oct. 29, 1912. SEALED PRO
POSALS, In duplicate, will be reoeived at
this office until eleven a. m., Nov. 26. 1912,
and then be publicly opened, for furnishing
laundry service from Jan. 1. lew. to June 80,
1913, at Portsmouth. N. H., Boston. Mass.,
Hlngnam. Mass.. lona Island, N. Y„ New
York, N. Y., Dover, N, J„ Annapolis, Md..
Washington, D. C., Charleston. 8. 0.. and
Key West, Fla. Proposal blanks and other
Information inn be obtained npon applica
tion to this office, and Commanding Officers
or Post Quartermasters, Marine Barracks,
at the stations named. This office reserves
the right to reject any or all bids or parts
thereof and to waive informalities therein.
Rids from persons engaged in laundry busi
ness only will be considered. C. L. Mc-
CA WLEY. Lt. Col., Asst. Quartermaster, In
Charge of Department. oSI
PUBLIC SALE
-OF
LOT OF GROUND AND
DWELLING HOUSE,
AT “CEDAR PARK” Near Annapolis
Under and by virtue of the power of sale
contained lu two mortgages, one being from
Leendert DeWaard and Popkje DeWaard.
hi* wife, dated June Ist, 1910, and recorded
among the Land Records of Anne Arundel
County. In Liber G. W., No. 79. folio 88, and
the other being from William H. Weaver
and Caroline M. Weaver, his wife, dated
Mi:rch 80, 1911. and recorded among said
Land Records in Liber G. W., No. 86. folio
211. the undersigned, as the attorney named
In both of mortgages, will offer for sale, by
public auction, at the COURT HOUSE door
In the City of Annapolis, Maryland, on
Monday, November 25th, 1912.
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M..
the property described in said mortgages,
consisting of all tbat lot of ground situated
at “Cedar Park." In the Second Election
District of Anne Arundel County, Maryland
designated as Lot. 22 of Block “A M on a plat
ol "Cedar Park.” which plat Is recorded
among the Land Records aforesaid in Plat
Liber G. W., No, 1„ folio 26. and Including a
strip of ground ten feet wide adjoining the
t*ald lot; being the said property described
in a deed thereof from Clarence W. Gould
and Charles F. Lee. to the William H.
Weaver and Caroline M. Weaver, his wife,
dated March 90, 1911, and recorded among
the Land Records aforesaid in Liber G. W.
No, 86, folio 218.
TERMS OF SALE;—A deposit ofs2oowlll
lx* required of the purchaser on the day of
-ale. and the balance, with Interest at the
rate of 6 per cent, per annum, to be paid
upon the ratification of the sale and the
delivery of the deed.
RIDGELY P, MELVIN.
n 4 Attorney named In mortgages.
v-
GEO. W. JONES'
jlGirculatingLibrary
The Polix>wing Books wkrk
'I Added to the Library Wkkk
Ending Oct. 2, 1912. j.
i “Tne White Shield,” byMyrtle Reed. ?
* “Charge It,” by Irving Bacheller. , *
) 5 “All the World to Nothing,” by
Wynham Martin.
? "The Red Cross Girl.” by Richard
i Davis.” ,
* "The Streets of Ascalon,” by Robert *
j' W. Chambers, *
“The Moth,"by William Dana Orcutt.
\ "The Talker.” by Marlon Fairfax
Dlx,
i ''Bella,''by Eward C. Booth.
“Where There's a Will.” by Mary
, Roberts Rinehart,
i "In the Hollow of Her Hand. ’by
Geo. Barr McCutcheon.
f Trrwv • 1 Kew Book*, Hots, per d*y.
1 Old Books, let. per day.
- - - —— *
FOR SALE.
I am holding at private sale, the
BASIL COAL and WOOD YARD on
Bladen St., Annapolis. This yard is
splendidly situated for any person de
siring to go into the Coal and Wood
business.
ROBERT MOSS.
s-lftf Trastee ol John Basil.
i
FRESH COWS FOR SALE .
4
Guaranteed free from Tubercu
losis. Apply to DR. T. W. j
SPRANKLIN, Annapolis, Md., |
R. F. D., R. i. Phone 907-2 •
Annapolis exchange. m-014 ’
Lyric Theatre. I <
3 REELS-NEW PICTURES. 1
AND CHARLES LINDLEY.
Admission 5 Cents j 1
DO YOU SUFFER
Jpt With
Your
Teeth
1 11 you do—there's no need of tt.' That
pain should be stopped instantly.
Aching Teeth will eventually destroy
your health.
My Painless Dental Work
18 THE TALK OF THE TOWN.
Latest Dentistry
Is Old Teeth (Japped with Gold
and Teeth without Plate*
Palalaaa Extracting.
Full Set of Teeth |A.(Ni up.
Fillings up.
I make a specialt y of Crown and
Bridge work
Dr. Harvey M. Stoner, Propr.
(FitzgirtM'sJiitil Firtirt)
MAIN STREET and CHURCH CIRCLE
Office Open Tuesdays a Saturdats
B&lto. Offloe, 124 Park Avenue.
IF IN NEED OF
Oil Stoves, Wood
Stoves, Stove Zincs,
Shovels, Coal Hods,
Stove Pipe, Stove
Pipe Enamel. Ash
Cans, J a p-a-L ac,
JOHNSON’S Wood
Dyes, or Paint—See
Parlett & Parlett Co.
(laa.e.)
FOOT OF MAIN ST.
Pha lax
Imyers
Garage
117 Cathedral St.
(In rear ol our Stores.)
We beg to announce
that we have a ca
pable mechanic em
ployed at our Ga
rage, and we are
now prepared to
give expert atten
tion to repairs or
adjustments to any
make of Car.
A Full Line of Ac
cessories and Sup
plies at Reasonable
Prices.
ICE!
Do You Del It?
25 -lbs. of Ice For scts.
If not, call the Annapolis Ice
Mfg. Company’s Wagon
and you will get
25-lbs. - - - Sets.
50-lbs. - - - lOcts.
100-lbs. - - - 20cts
300-lbs. - - - 45cts.
THE ANNAPOLIS ICE
MAN’FG. CO.
JOHN H. LAMB, Manager.
Plant —City Dock. Phone S47y
Printed Signs of AH Kinds.
If you want the “Signs” of the
“Times,” come to The Capital office.
The Capital has all kinds of signs,
every kind of sign. There is a sign
“For Rent,” “For Sale,” “Tres
pass Notices,” “Rooms to Rent,
Furnishjd,” “Rooms to Rent, Un
furnished,” “Plain Sewing” and
“Dressmaking” signs, “Defacing
Tree”signs “Paint” “Warning” A A.
All, all are for sale at The Capital
office. Call and see the “Signs of
the Times.” Get your signs. Every*
body needs a sign ef seme kind, seme
time.
tffirHave your Job Printing
dont at tbe Capital office.
Notice to Creditors.
fJOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVES. That the :
Subscriber, of Anne Arundel county,
ha* obtained from the Orphan*' Court of
Anne Arundel county. In Maryland. Let*
ter* of Administration on the personal es
tate of
MICHAEL B. OOOLAHAN.
late of Anne Arundel County, deceased. |
All persons having claims agaln*t the de
ceased. are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the :
subscriber, on or before the
10th DAY Or MARCH. 1918.
1 They may otherwise, by law, be excluded •
< from all benefit of said estate. All persons I
Indebted to said estate are requested to
i make immediate payment,
j Given under my hand this 3rd day of
i September, 1912.
EDWIN B. OOOLAHAN.
*6 Admr.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i NOTICE US HEREBY GIVEN, that the
I Subscriber baa obtained from the or
phans’ Court of Anna Arundel county,
In Maryland, letters of Administration on
the personal estate of
CATHERINE HOGAN,
lata of Anns Arundel eoanty, deceased. All
persona bavins claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, to the aubecrlber, on or
before the
10th DAY or MARCH. ISIS.
They may otherwise by (aw. be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persona
Indebted to said estate are requested to make
lm mediate payment.
Given under my hand this Srd day of
September, 1912.
M. JOSEPHINE HOGAN.
*5 fAdturx.
<o Credltwm.
NO! 10* 18 HEREBY GIVEN, mallet nb
scriber, of Anne Arunde' county, has ob
talned frosi the Orphans' 'mart of Anne Arun
del county, Maryland, letters Testamentary
va the personal estate of
JOSEPHINE B. WINCHESTER,
late of Anne Arundel county. . eoeased.—
All persons havlug claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to e*. dibit the Mice, with the
vouchers thoreol. to the subscriber, on or before
26th DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1918.
They may otherwise, by law. he excluded
from all benefits of the said ettate. All person*
indebted to said estate are requested to make
Immediate payment
Given under my hand this 20th day of Aug
ust. 1912.
OGLE R. SINGLETON.
MARY WINCHESTER.
a2O Executors.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ETOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the
** Subscriber has obtained from the Or
pbans’ Court of Anne Arundel county, in
Maryland, Letters of Administration on the
personal estate of
JOHN B. COOLAHAN.
late ot Anne Arundel county, deceased. AH
persona having claims against ths deceased,
are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, to th* subscriber, on
or before the
Bth DAY OF JANUARY, 1918.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefits of said estate. All persons
Indebted to said estate arerequeeted to make
Immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 2nd day of
July. 112.
MICHAEL B. COOLAHAN,
18 Admr.
Nt!c Co C’pedltops.
Notice Is hereby given, that the subscriber, ot
Anne Arundel county, has obtained from the
Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel oounty, in
Maryland, better* of Administration on the
personal estate of
ALZENA GLOW.
late of Aune Arunde! oounty, deceased. All per
sons having claim* against the deceased, are
hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof, to the sahecrlber. on or before
the
16th DAY OF JANUARY. 1918.
They msy otberwt*, by lew be excluded
from all benefit ol the said estate AH persons
indebted to said estate are 'eonested to make
Immediate payment.
Given under *ny band this vth day of July.
1912.
BURTON CLOW.
19 Administrate!.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the
1 Subscriber has obtained from the
Orphans’ Court of Anne Arundel Countv, in
Maryland, Letters of Administration on the
personal estate ofi
GEORGE JACOBI,
late of Anne Arundel Oounty deceased. All
persons having claims against the deceased,
are herebv warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, on or
before the
2*th DAY OF APRIL. 1918.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
Immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 22nd day of
October. 1912.
GEORGE JACOBI. Jr.,
oft Admr.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GiVEN, that the Sub
-1 scriber has obtained from the Orphans’
Court of Anne Arundel Oounty, in Maryland,
letters Testamentary on the personal
estate of
GEORGE W. BOWEN,
late of Anne Arundel County, deceased. All
persons having claims against the deceased,
are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or
before the
80th DAY OF MARCH, 1918.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immedi
ate payments.
Given under my hand this 24th day of
September. 1912.
JOSEPHINE BOWEN.
sB4 Executrix.
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the
Subscriber has obtained from the Or
phans’ Oonrt of Anne Arundel Connty, In
Maryland, Letters Testamentary on the per
sonal estate of
VICTOR CARLSON,
late of Anne Arundel Connty. deceased.—
All persons having claims against the de
ceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the sub
scriber. on or before the
80th DAY OF JANUARY, 1918.
They may otherwise, by law. be exeluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 28rd day of
July, 1912.
ANNA DORA CARLSON,
J 24 Harass trftr
Notice to Creditors.
'M’OTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN. That the
Subscriber, of Anne Arundel Oounty
has obtained from the Orphans* Court of
Anne Arundel County. In Maryland. Letters
of Administration on the personal estate of
CATHERINE HOGAN,
late of Anne Arundel Oounty, deceased. AU
persons having claims against the deceased,
are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on
or before the
12th DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1918.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 6th day of Aug
ust. 1912.
MARY A. MELVILLE,
a7 Administrate.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IfQTiCE 18 HEREBY GIVI * , That the
Subscriber, of Anna Arundel county,
has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of
Anne Arundel county. In Maryland, Letters
Testamentary on the personal estate of
HERMAN NILSSON,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased,—
All Demons having claims against the de
ceased, are hereby warned to exhibit same,
with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber
an or before tbe
22nd DAY OF JANUARY, 1915,
They may otherwise* by law, be ex
claded from all benefit of said estate. All
persons Indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Given under my band tbM 18th day of
July. 1912.
ANNA NILSSON,
f IT Nxeeatrlx.
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Opp the Old Drug Store on Main St
OPR UTOftS IS SUPPI.IIID AT AVI.
Tl**H WITH THR FINBST LIUS OF
PURE DRUGS I
and Patent
Medicines of all kinds. (
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Cosmetics, Toilet and Fancy
Articles of All Kinds.
IMPOSTS!) ASP DOM BBT 10
Cigars and Cigarettes
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ifll HAIM BTKKKT,
ANMAfOLIS, MD.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, That the
*~subacrH>er has obtained from the Orphans’
Court of Ann Arundel County, In Maryland.
Letter* of Administration on the personal
estate of
THOMAS B. COOLAHAN,
late of Anne Arundel County, deceased. All
persons having claims against the deceased,
are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the Touchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or
before the
18th PAT OF MAT. 191 S.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persons In
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 7th day of
Noyember, 1912.
nS EDWIN B. OOOLA H AN, Adaar.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
VJOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN, Tht the
1 ' Subscribers have obtained from the
Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel County in
Maryland. Letters of Administration on the
personal estate of
JOHN H. WHITK.
late of Anne Arundel County, deceased. All
persons haring claims against the deoeaaed
are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, on
! or before the
SOtb PAY OF DECEMBER, 1912.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested (o make
Immediate payment.
Given under our hands this 20th day of
June. 1912
LEMUEL C. BALDWIN.
WILLIAM E. MILLEK,
ISO Administrators.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. That ths
Subscriber has obtained from the Or
£ bans’ Court of Anne Arundel county, In
laryiand, Letters of Administration on ths
persona) estate of
PATRICK HAGAN,
late of Anne Arundel oounty, deceased. All
persons having claims agalost tbp deceased,
are hereby warned to exhlMPttffe same, with
the vouchers thereof, to the enbscriber, on or
before the
27th PAY OF NOVEMBER, 1912.
They may otherwise by law, be excluded
from all benefit or said estate, All nersone
Indebted to said esuteare requested to make
immediate payment.
Given under my hano this 21st day of
May, IMS.
WM. F. MINNIOK.
m 22 Admr.
NOTICE TOjCREDITORS.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. That the
Subscriber of Anne Arundel county,
has obtained from tbe Orphans’ Court of
Anne Arundel county, In Maryland, letters
of Administration ou the personal estate of
ELIZABETH R. ANDERSON.!!
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased. Ail
persons having claims against the deceased,
are hereby warned to exhibit tbe same, with
the voucher (thereof, to the subscriber, cn or
t efore the
75th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1912.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. AH persons
Indebted to said estate arereqnested to make
Immediate payment.
Given under my band this 18th day of
Jane, 1912.
JOHN W. ANDERSON.
# 19 Adrar.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given, That the
Subscriber has obtain elf from the
Orphans' Conrt of Anne Arun del Coueg; in
Maryland, Letters of Administration on tlib ,
personal estate of '
AMBROSE HOGAN.
late of Anne Arundel County, deceased. All
persons having c<a>msagainst the deceased,
are hereby warned to exhibit tbe tame,
with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on
or before tbe
10th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1912.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested te
make Immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 4th dev of
June 1912.
JOBMFHINR HOGAN.
15 Adnsr*.
W. H. FELDMEYER,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
AND EMBALMED
Member of the Baltimore Funeral I Directors
Association.);
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