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THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, AN NAPOLIS, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1,1M9-
QLD BACK CREEK
ROAD STILL IS
PUBLIC HIGHWAY
* (Continued Prom Page One.)
•m
At e bid of $1,414, the Commission
ers awarded to D. A. Gilils the con
tract for the construction of a* wall
•long the county road between Bud-
Ifey and Chalk Point in the Eighth
District. This work was found ne
cessary owing to washouts.
Te Assess Damages
County Treasurer Alton R. Arnold,
0. C. Bourke and E. L. Wade, who
c.o mpo s e what is known as the
"Boulevard Commission," were di
rected to determine the benefits and
damages to be awarded to R. P. Dull,
and the Pollis heirs, for the County’s
Requisition of a right-of-way through
their lands in the Third District for
4 roadway leading to the Annapolis-
Baltimore Boulevard. The work on
this road was done under btate-aidi
provisions.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Eastern Shore Trust Co.
And its thirteen branches, in the State of Maryland, at the close
of business, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919.
I
The total assets of which are back of
THE ANNAPOLIS BANK
OF THE EASTERN SHORE TRUST CO.
‘ 4 The Bank That Brought 4 Per Cent To Annapolis”
CHURCH CIRCLE AND GLOUCESTER STREET
Banking Hours: P a. m. to 3 p. m.—Saturday*: S a. m. to 18 m.
W. MEADE HOLLADAY President
CHARI.KH F, LICK Yice-Preitldent
DENNIS J. THOMPSON Caoliler
JOHN M. tiKKKN Coohtor
JAMKM O. BIBH Teller
, HINSON O. OOTT Attorney
Directors:
W. MKADK HOLLA DAY, CKAKLKH F. LEE, W. FRANK CHANEY,
ORLANDO RIDOI'T, JOHN deP. llOt W. WINHON G. GOTT,
T, ROLAND BROWN, WILLIAM H. THOMAS, G. W. KMMKKICII, JR.
RESOURCES.

Loans and Discounts $4,543,795.80
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... 2.854.39
Stocks, Bonds, Securities, Etc 073,121.70
V. 8. Govt, nment War Loon Bonds 862,872.50
Banking Houses, Furniture and Fix- *
tures 137,289.80
Other RiMl Estate Owned * 28,980.84
Mortgages and Judgments of Record 1,800,138.20
Due from National, State and I’ri
f vate Banks and Bankets & Trust
Companies other than reserve.... 301,440.97
Checks and other Cash Items 44,438.25
Exchanges for Clearing House 4,097.55
Due from approved Reserve Agents. 503,656.19
Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: ,
U. 8. Currency and National
. Bank Notes 206,508.00
Gold Coin 9,878.50
Silver coin, nickels and cents. . 25,635.06 -12.021.66
Miscellaneous Assets 42,679.75
Total 9,307,999.56
LIABILITIES.
4 •
Capital Stock paid in 20'*,000.00
Surplus Fund 208,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Expenses, In
terest and Taxes paid 228,388.46 ;
Due to National, State and Private
Banks and Bankers and Trust
Companies, other than reserve.... 110,136.31
Due to approved Reserve Agents.. 1,686.35
Dividends unpaid 353.75
Deposits (demand)
Subject to check 2,383,324.80
Certificates of Deposit 510.00
Certified Checks 22,217.34
Cashier’s Checks outstanding.... 10,640.38 2,416,692.52
Deposits (time)
Savings and Special 5,743,476.51 5,743,476.51
Bills Payable, including Certificates
of Deposit for money borrowed.. 360,000.00
Reserve for Taxes 8,292.83
Liabilities other than those above
stated 22,972.83
Total 9,307,999.56
State of Maryland, County of Dorchester, ss.
I, J. G. Mills, Cashier of the above named Institution, do solcmly
- swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
J. G. MILLS. Chshier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of Sept. 1919.
MARY LEE R. DUNN,
* . . ' Notary Public.
' ‘ v " Correct Attest:
W. IRVING BOWDLE,
• FREDERICK H. FLETCHER,
r * EDGAR M. SKINNER,
Directors.
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Bead service work culled for and delivered. It will pay yea te get ear
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Nat to see our styles Is not to see the Rewest and best models for
Fall and Winter to be found anywhere, and not to bay at our low
prices is not to take advantage of a money-saving opportunity.
Offering At Fair Prices The Smartest Selection Of
SUITS, COATS, COATEES, DRESSES, SKIRTS AND SHIRTWAISTS
Whether you route to buy or only to look, you are welcome jast the
same
“THE FASHION” 55 Maryland Are. Phone 387
8. Ogle Tilghman, Clerk of the'
Board, submitted the customary re
port showing the proportionate rate!
of tax expenditures for the several,
districts from July 1 to September I,'
as follows:
First District, 11 cents on the $100; i
Second- 14 cents; Third, 19 cents; i
Fourth, 18 cents; Fifth, 26 cents; |
Eighth, T> cents; general county rate,
12 cents.
Two Mere Insane Patients
Two patients were committed to
State Insane Institutions for mental
treatment at the expense of the county.
They are Mary Peters, committed upon
certificates furnished by Dr. A. H.
Perrie and Dr. McLane Cawood, of the
Eighth district, and Rambart Mitchell,
upon certificates of Dr. J. J. Murphy
and Dr. William 3. Welch, of the city.
To Purify and Enrich the Blood
Take GROVE’S TASTELEBS Chili
TONIC which is simply IRON and
QUININE suspended in Syrup. So
| Pleasant Even Children Like it. You
j can soon feel its Strengthening, In
vigorating Effect. Price 60c.
! handsone display
OF STYLISH HATS
| All Roads Led Today To The
Tilghman And Musterman
Parlors
SHOWING OF MILLINERY
“Trying on hath,” something no wo
iman can resist.' wds the feature of the
day, at the display in stylish millinery
in the Main street establishment of
Mrs. Tilghman and Musterman. where
Mrs. Tilghman and Mrs. Musterman.
where an array of fall and winter hats
was exhibited.
Scarcely ever has there been such a
□ umber of hats at an opening, and the
variety of shape, color, kind and qual
ity to select , from, made the average
woman’s selection difficult. Simplicity
and taste characterized the window
dressing as it did the hats within.
Amid baskets of delicate white flow
ers, red dahlias, salvia, (scarlet sage),
and white China astors, many beauti
ful hats were temptingly placed.
One of the two hats in the window
was a large panne velvet, with monkey
fur around the brim, and jet ornament
at the left, a stunning creation. The
other -was a sport hat in olive drab
duvetyn. a dreatm in material. Nod
ding at each other from either side a
gracefully arranged basket of mignon
ette, was on one side a fashionable
dress hat,‘its crown of soft salmon silk
embroidered in golden dragons and the
characteristic Chinese design being
outlined in blue, the color used in the
velvet flaring brim. Opposite was a
stunning black velvet with its broad
brim covered with graceful black
plumes.
Among the hats admired was an im
ported hat, its soft crown of crushed
raspberry brocade silk, the velvet brim
shaded in deeper tones, and its only
ornament an uncurled ostrich plume
in pastel shades around half the brim.
A novel hat was of dark blue panne
velvet, soft crown, and the brim across
its width on either side of a lighter
blue velvet, embroidered in small wor
sted roses and foliage. A stylish blue
velvet Louis XV., with blue ostrich
plume around the crown was shown.
Lyons’ velvet and panne are the
popular materials in velvets this sea
son, and soft crowns are “the” thing
in dress hats. Copenhagen blue, King’s
•blue, as well as turquois, are favorites
in biuse and touches of Jlhese were
shown in both material and feathers
in many stylish hats.
African brown is used with the vari
ous other browns, so popular this sea
son, and taupe finds favor as well as
wistaria. The Tilghman-Musterman
Company has catered to elderly ladies
at the opening and many handsome
hats becoming those of more mature
years were shown at today’s opening.
A taupe rolling brim sailor in Lyons
velvet with a quilling in two tones,
edged in gold around the rim, and a
fancy ornament its bnly trimming was
a novel hat at the display. There was
a stylish, small, close-fitting turban in
rose color velvet with large poppies of
exquisite velvet petals laid close to the
crown, a dream in coloring &nd bright
ness. x
Many hats showed a touch of burnt
orange, both in plumes and flowers,
for flowers are a winter as well as a
summer trimming these days.
There were hats for misses and chil
dren and sport hats of all kinds, rainy
day hats and hats for every occasion.
Simplicity, elegance and good taste
characterized the display in fall mil
linery, which will be repeated tomor
row.
BACKFIELD PROBLEM
WORRIES COACH DOBIE
In view of the unsettled condition
of the Naval Academy team, and in
particular the failure to develop any
special strength in the backfleld, a
lack of confidence is felt in a victory
in the opening football game here on
Saturday against North Carolina
State.
Reports are that the visitors will be
very strong. For the last time this
year Dobie had a double practice yes
terday afternoon, as today the regu
lar routine of the Academy was re
sumed. In the morning there were
some signal drills and kicking, pass
ing and catching and a short scrim
mage was added to this routine in the
afternoon.
The weather is warm and the squad
{not all in shape. The backfleld has
j been changed nearly every day, and
apparently the right combination has
not yet been found. •
On Saturday it will be picked from
Clark, Rawlings, Alford, Kohler, Wat
ters, Flood, Dole, Cruise and Benoist.
Marriage License '
. .Nelson-Wannell—-Claude D. Nelson,
33; J. Leona Wannell, 24; both of
Washington, D. C. Applicant, Claude
D. Nelson.
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J. NEWTON GILBERT
FOR TRIAL BEFORE
COURT-MARTIAL AT
THE NAVAL ACADEMY
LL-Ccl. Williams And Dr. Owens Tx
Face Charges (•rowing Out Of
Automobile Ride
That Lieut-Col Richard Williams.
United Stated Marine Corps, stationed
at Marine Corps headquarters in
Washington, and Lieut. -Comdr. D. W.
Owens. U. S. Nivy, Medical Corps,
would be placed on trial before a court
martial to be convened at the Naval
Academy, on charges growing out of
an automobile ride on the Annapolis-
Baltimore Boulev-trd on the afternoon
of September Slast, was announced
by authorities of the Naval Academy
this morning.
The exact date of the trial has not
announced, but it is understood
it probably will begin Mondiy or Tues
day of next week.
Just what specific charges have been
placed against the two officers, have
not been announced by officials of the
Academy, nor has the complement of
the military tribunal been made pub
lic. This, it is stated, is due to the
fact that all official papers have not
’ as yet been received at the local na
val station. It is announced, however,
that Lieut.-Col. Charles B. Taylor. U.
S. Marine Corps, stationed at the Nor
folk Navy Yard, will be Judge Advo
cate of the Court.
i
’ HOSPITAL NEEDS NURSES
I FOR TRAINING SCHOOL
t There is said to be a great need for
* nurses at the Emergency Hospital, this
* city, and the Superintendent, Miss
! Wohlgemuth, desires to enlist the in
'■ terest of Annapolis and Anne Arundel
1 county young ladies inasmuch as they
* will take a course in training for pro
1 fessional nursing.
The vocation offers many induce
ments to women of today, and appeals
* tq their womanly nature, besides its
1 lucrative side. No position pays bet
' ter in this age than that of a trained
i nurse, it is desired to conduct the
‘ nurse’s training school at the local hos
i pital as formerly, and, if possible even
* along broader lines, but first the ma
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terial —nurses —are requisite. There
} was no class graduated last spring as
' there lias been for the past several
years, probably due to war conditions,
j and the lack of physicians to give in
struction. It is hoped to graduate a
class the coining spring, and young
’ women are wanted to traiu for other
3 classes.
5 There is more Catarrh In this sec
tion of the coifntry than all other dis
. eases put together, and for years it
. was supposed to be incurable. Doc
j tors prescribed local remedies, and
k by constantly failing to cure with 10,
, cal treatment, pronounced it incur
, able. Catarrh is a local disease,
> greatly influenced by constitutional
conditiqns and therefore requires con
-5 stitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh
Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Che
l ney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitu
-5 tional remedy, is taken internally and
, acts thru the Blood on the Mucuous
, Surfaces of the System. One Hundred
f Dollars reward is offered for any case
, that Hall’s Catarrh Medicine fails to
’ cure. Send for circulars and testi
monials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hali’w Family Pills for constipation
BOWEN & MEADE
SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
3 bars Borax soap 20c
3 bars Palm Olive soap 29c
< Best Santos coffee, per pound 35c
, . Franco-American, best blend coffee 45c
i Mason fruit jars, quarts, per dozen • 99c
Best Gunpowder tea, per pound 70c
r Cream corn starch, 1 pound package 10c
i Stoffwerck’s cocoa, 1-4 pound 10c
1 Stollwerck’s cocoa, 1-2 pound 20c
> Easybright stove polish, per bottle.. 10c
i Sauerkraut, No. 3 can 15c
Com meal, 5 pounds for v 28c
Compound lard, per pound 28c
- And lots of other things too numerous to mention.
BOWEN & MEADE
22 WEST STREET
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100 WEST STREET
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AGENT FOR STANDARD 8; COLUMBIA 6 AND MAXWELL
©IS
Oat Of Qaarantlne
The family of Harry E. Feldmeyer,
of “Belmont.” near Eastport. on the
Bay Ridge road, is out of quarantine
The family has been afflicted with
several casesof diptheria, from which
a nine-year-old son died.
Several other children were afflicted
with the disease, as was the mother.
Mrs. Feldmeyer is now able to be up
and about and has sufficiently recov
ered to sit on the porch during a por
tion of the past few days.
Mosquito Bites
Jus? as soon as you feel the effects j
of the Malarial Germs after being bit- j
ten by Malaria Mosquitoes, it is ad
visable to take GROVE’S TASTELESS
chill TONIC to destroy the Germs and
remove the Impurities. Pleasant to
take. 60c per bottle.
AT THE PALACE TONIGHT
Charming indeed, is the story of
“True Heart Susie,” which will be
shown at the Palace Theater tonight.
In this fascinating story of a little
Hoostcr girl, Susie May Truehcart, who
loves William Jenkins so well that
when a politician fails to keep his
promise to send William to school, she
sells butter ami eggs and even her
cow to raise funds for the purpose. So
it happens that William goes to col
lege, but he is unaware that his good
angel is Susie to whom he writes desul
tory letters.
So it happens that when he leaves
college and is ordained a minister, he
comes to his home ns pastor of the
village church. Then the tragedy of
! poor Susie’s life is born. William
weds a flighty beautiful girl who re
pays his love by accepting the atten
tions of less worthy men. But she is
i punished by fate. Susie, although she
never has forgotten that she was the
bearer of flowers at the wedding of the
mail she loved, protects the erring
wife, and it is only after the latter’s
death that William comes to a realiza
tion of Susie’s great love and both find
happiness. '
To abort a cold
and prevent com
plications, take
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and unproved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Price 35c.
“PREP” SCHOOLS
SPREAD OUT TO
HOUSE STUDENTS
(Continued From Page One)
supervision of Mrs. John R. Roland,
who also has charge of the dining
rooms. Although it is yet early in the
season the school is already halt filled,
and the indications are that it will be
completely filled before the season for
entrance comes to a close,
Annapolis is properly regarded as
the most suitable place for candidates
to receive their training, and there are
more entrants to the Naval Academy
from preparatory schools in the city
j than such schools in all other places
| combined.
Academy's Chief In Washington
I Rear-Admiral A. H. Scales. Super
intendent of the Naval Academy, went
to Washington today to hold confer
ence with officials of the Navy De
partment, on various matters pertain
jing to the institution, incident to its
formal re-opening for the academic
term today. In the absence of Admiral
Scales, Captain Wat T. Cluverius, com
man dan t of Midshipmen, is acting as
Superintendent.
ANNAPOLIS EVIDENCE
FOR ANNAPOLIS PEOPLE
-
The Statements Of Annapolis Residents
Are Surely More Reliable Than
Those Of Utter Strangers
Home testimony is real proof.
1 Public statements of Annapolis peo
ple carry real weight.
What a friend or neighbor says com
pels respect.
i The word of one whose home is far
away invites your doubts.
Here’s an Annapolis man’s state
< ment.
And it’s for Annapolis people's bene
> fit.
■ Such evidence is convincing.
: That’s the kind of proof that lacks
* Doan's Kidney Pills.
Sol Hurtis, plumber, 81 Prince
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I could hardly straighten. My back
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and when I first got up I felt more
tired and worn out than when I went
to l ed. Friends told me that Doan’s
Kidney Pills were good so I decided
to try them. Three boxes gave me
great relief. Now, 1 use Doan's when
ever I feel in need of a kidney remedy
and they surely are wonderful.”
'Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t
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Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Hurtis had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
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NOTICE
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
Annapolis, Md.. Oct. 1, 1919.
The Board of Directors have de
clared semi-annual dividend No. 226 of
6 per cent, on the Capital Stock of this
Bank, payable to Stockholders without
deduction for taxes, on and after Mon
day, the 6th of October, 1919.
L. 1). GASSAWAY,
o7 ‘ Cashier.
SIGN PAINTING
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