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Eti?nwg <sapttal
PabltsUM IwUljr‘Except Sunday by
la on sale at tbe following placet:
Ocorfe If. Jones W* Mala St.
William Krbalut M West St
Oco. J. Laris 74 Maryland Are.
Chat. U. Kdneyef M Maryland At*.
* Martin Kausch.. .Car. Jiaudall 4 King Oao.
William Maker W*at and Cathedral
Delivered in AnnaioUa. Eastnort, Osr
n.!ll,town and Weat Annapolla by carrier
f.#r Ci ••*•{* i**r inoiitU,
You <n hot* tbs EVENING CAPITAL
mailed to you akto away from tbe city
b y 1 1- a ring yolr name and aildreaa at tbe
nIT.-e, for 4f. < elU* l*r MloUlti; per
y.-ar (•yabie In adrano*, to any Fostofflce
ii f*tilted Stale* pr Canada.
Entered at Annapolla l*oatoftl< e ha
Mrotl>er of Tba Associated Press
Tpe Aaoittiled I’reaa la exclu
alvely entitled to the uae for re
’ pnblP'iiHoiif f ail new* credited to
It or not ottjiTwlat credited In thla
pai-r u"d also tbe local newt pub
lirbeil percln. All rights of re
patiiletiilou of Nip*<-liii dispatches
herein are ah> reserved.
I tic re is a wholesome sermon
, for all of us in the report that the;
Secretary of the United States
Treasury will wear patched trous-.
\Yliv not? Some of the very
best men in the country have
spent their happiest and most ac- ;
tive <lavs in patched trousers,
without.the slightest sense of hu
Who can afford in these days to
point the finger of scorn at the,
shiny suit? - It nmv encase a most
generous and useful citizen, or
even a great statesman.
Some peopfe think it they can
not have the s.lnte grade or qual
ity of everything they have been
used to having that they are suf
fering a distressing hardship.
It isn’t so. It is mere ftjncy.
Why should we not all surren
der a little more of our foolish
pride anil waste a little less of
scanty cajjh in these abnormal
days? Why* not make up some
of the shrinkage in our dollar by
a shrinkage in our desire for non
essentials ?
We must have food. but.must
it,, be the highest priced food?
Why shotvld people pay a dollar
and a -half to live dollars for a
meal at a when a substan
tial meal with less stvle can'be
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bad for fifty cents or a dollar?
How are we .going to bring
dov n the prices when we are buy
ing everything in sight—exhaust
ing the supply both of uur com
modities and our'cash?
f Let w- take the hint of the Sec
retary of the Treasury and ex
change .some of ottr wasteful pride
for a few wholesome patches of
common <eiise.
.. Not in yottr day, or mine, and
it seems a long way off. but even
tually all the wood and coal and
oil in the \Yorhl sty table for fuel.
wiH have been exhausted. It is
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unthinkable that the people liv
ing lit re will hltre to perish from
coiil. <>r edt uncooked foods. They
wifi not. for inventive genius will
have -anticipated the crisis and
gathered light and warmth from
the air and sea. Nothing but the
abundance and nearness of coal
and oil has prevented the work-;
ing out of this problem before
this time. 0
The* heatless davs during the
®,var, and now the;Coal strike, will
enmity direct attention to the
problem,-&nd in all probability!
then* are those living today who
wjll witness its solution. Nature
lias beeu prodigal in providing
forests, and these are almost
gone: also coal ancl oil. and both
are biding used up at a rapid and
ever-increasing rate. Rut she has
t yet ip reserve forces far greater,
f wdiich ages will not exhaust—
<mles*7riid/-solar # heat. The possi
bilities of heating, which include
light and power, in these-two ele-;
meats are so vast that all the coalj
in the world is but a handful of
kindling wood tp a great confla
gration. .
Harnessing the tides Tta thus
far with a little success
here and there, but the practical,
universal title motor is yet to.
emerge from some inventor’s
mind. It may* not come for 10,
30. or even s<> years, but some day
we shall find it. and when we
do it will doubtless be different
1 from any we have tried thus far.
And the millions of horsepower j
beating dow n upon desert .and
plain, and in th<£ tropics, only to
rebohnd into the air, like a bird
Scalling to his- mate but receiving
no answer, some day will be
caged and released as needed, to
serve humanity. '
However, the use to any ex
tent of solar and- tide powyr is
Conditioned upon other invei.
lions, which can distribute the
power thus made. This involves
storage and transmission, the lat-'
'ter a distance of a thousand miles’
where it is now a hundred. Fame
and wealth deservedly await thosy
*wJ}Oyshall work out these inven
tions, or discoveries, in a prac-j
tical way.
in the meantime the wonder is:
that cities within, say, 300 miles!
|of coal mines are not already
supplied with gas for heating and
electricity for lighting, from
plants located at the mints. The!
1 saving would be staggering, do
ing away with railroad shipment
of the coal, unloading and haul- i
ing at destination, shoveling into;
boilers and furnaces, and finally!
the removal and disposal of the*
ashes. Incidentally, the yearly!
saving in the material things
which are harmed or ruined by
smoke from soft coal would
amount to hundreds of millions!
of dollars, and the health of these
communities would be greatly
Pow er made at the mouth of j
the mine would be the last word!
in its economical production with j
steam engines and turbines.— j
By H. 11. Windsor, in the Jan-j
nary Popular Mechanics Maga
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To the Editor nf the Evening Capital: j
Organization seems, now. id bo the
order at the day and. here in Anni
polis-. ! think it is time to organize
a “Consumers’ League." as the-prices
which, we are paying £or groceries,
meats, vegetables, eggs and butter are
practically prohibitive. I am writing
this io see if we cannot get together j
100 families and organize fos- self-j
protection. My view is that such an*
organization shall select a commission j
house in Baltimore and have that I
house make our purchases in bulk for!
an agreed commission.
I iissnme that there are 100 fam
ilies who could afford to pay cash for
100 pounds of surfaK a Quarter barrel,
of flour. 20 of coffee. 50 pounds]
of ham and breakfast bacon.Nialf doz--
en live chickens, one firkin of eream-4
jerv 1 utter and other necessaries of
life, the total of which would be less*
itban $m5.00 for each family. As a''
j commission of 5 per cent, to the pur
:chasing agency this would give that
! afloat $375.00 and would result largely;
in doing away with the “middleman." j
,At Camp Dix, N. J.. Its. week 1 saw
army employees buying sugar at 9
cents a pound. We are paying 26 j
cents or ICO per cent profit to some!
i Recently a farmer came here to sell j
jegps. and went to one of our mer- j
chants and named his price. The mer-;
ichant informed him he was full up
but advised that he asked consumers
5 cents more as he was getting that i
price, 1 like to spend tny money at j
home bnt 1 want 100 cents worth for j
my dollar. If such an agency was
established it might be added to by j
employing a lady buyer for needs of j
the 'females and, if on each class of j
goods, the purchases were limited to
one house in each class we would
get wholesale prices and cash dis
counts. \

* Let us get together and form a
! “Consumers’ League." x
Japs*Petit iß Boycott
(correspondence Associated Press.)
Tokfo, Jan. 21.—A Peking despatch
to the Ntchi-Nichi say* that the sec-'
retary of the Japanese Legation in
Peking has filed a protest with the
Chinese authorities on account of the
.1 decisiotv of the National' Assmbiy with
j regard to the continuation qf the boy
icott of Japanese goods.
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Production of ths Really Finished j
Product Only Dates Back to the
Year 1824.
In 1775 fhe American, congress, renl
islng the absolute nece*ity for pins
In the development of The civilization ]
of the country, offered bonus of i
£SO for the first twenty-five dozen do
mestic pins equal to those hr,ported
from England.
In 1797 Timothy Harris of England
derieed the first solid-headed pin. j
American inventive genius, as usual,
continued on the job until the best
idea was hit upon. Lemuel Wellman
Wright of this country invented a
machine in 1824 which gave the in- j
dustry much headway. HU machine j
made aolid heads to the pins by a ,
process similar to the making of nails,
by driving n portion of the pin itself j
Into' a countersunk hole. This was j
done automatically and consisted of a
device by which the wire was seized j
in two small grooved cheeks. When j.
both cheeks are placed face to face. ;
the wire is held tightly in the groove ;
with it small portion projecting, a j
small hammer connected with the ma- t
chine .strikes on the projecting per- !
tion, thus forming the head.
Seven years later, in 1831. John Ire- -
land Howe, a doctor in Bellevue hos
pital. New York, invented a machine
for making perfect solid-headed pins.
A company was organized and a fac
tory started at Derby, Conn.
Judge Had StoM for a Good De?.l
From "Rattled" Attorney, but ,
f There Was a Cimit.
A surgeon once confessed to Sir
Edward Carson that on the night be
fore he was to be cross-examined hi i
him he dreamed he was on the operifT ]
Ing table nnd Sir Edward was -ruth- j
lessly dissecting him. It is one of the
most trying ordeals in life to be cross- j
examined by Skillful counsel. Some
times, however, the counsel suffers
from nervousness or indecision, and
an amusing case is cited hv Mr. J. A. ;
Strahan in his hook, “The Bench and
the Bar of England." • ' '
It is not necessary to relate the be
ginning of the tale. The counsel’s con
dition is concisely summed up in this
despairing cry from the judge:
' “Mr. Attorney, so long ns you con
sistently called the plaintiff, whose
nnnuj is Jones, h.v the name of Smith,
and the defendant, whose name is
Smith, by the name of Jones, the jury
•nnd I could follow you ; hut now that
you have introduced the name of Rob
inson, without indicating in any way
whether you mean it to refer to the
plaintiff or to the defendant, or tiA
both indifferently, we ar beginning to
pet bothered a hit!"
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Really Wonderful Machine.
| Samuel Slocum of Connecticut In
vented the first ujn-stlcklng machine.
ul*Ktor Howe utilized it in his faqtorv
! in 1841. This alraosfcyhu
; man in its workings. One workman
fetnls it with pins and another feeds
it with papers. The first part of this
j machine is a box about 12 inches
j long by f> inches broad and 4 inches
! deep; the bottom is made of
small square steel bars, sufficiently i
wide apart to let the shank of the
pin full through, lmt. not the heads,
and they are just as thick as the space
| between the papered pins. The lower
■ part of the bottom of the box is made
| to detaeli itself as soou as the row
of pins is complete, and row after
row at regular intervals is received
and passed down a corresponding set
of grooves, until they reach the paper,
—which is punched into regular folds
and pierced to receive the pins, which
come exactly at their places and are
I pressed into them.
Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway.
• Is there a question on God’s round
; .earth more interesting than the f<\l v i
j lowing: “What attracted William
: Shakespeare tp Anne Hathaway?" j
] She was a woman ten years his senior. '
i He married her when he was 18. Site*
i lived in a thatched cottage in the hum-
J let of Shotterv (you may see the cot- ;
j rage today). While his imagination
was away among the kings and queens
Land women of rare blossoming, whose
beauty ruled cautious man, whose ;
* nimble wit-overthrew t!ie Shylocks.of ’
v the middle ages' Shakespeare chose
Annp Hathaway. She bore him two
sons and a daughter, and iu his will
he left her Jiis bed. —Chicago \
Man’s Ever-Faithful Friend.
j No final estimate of a man in his
community can he made till we are
| told what children and the dogs
| thought about him. The only trouble
j is that dogs are likely to be too fondly i
indulgent. They will follow the tramp
as soon as the millionaire, the com
moner as readily ns royalty, ©icy*
look into a man’s eyes, not into his
] pockets. If they find kindness In his
i aspect they do not care about bis
j They will starve and suffer j
; wltji him nnd ndventnre- anywhere j
| When he fails they have no condemna- {
, tion. Their love once placed is un- I
■j- changing—Exchange. #
How Does She Do It.
Woman's moral courage is known to
be superior to man’s and we often
wonder, as we look abont.the fashion- j
aide restaurant and, note what and !
how much df it a slim young girl can j
etff? whether lt*s that or an unusually j
efficient digestive apparatus that keeps ,
her from doubling up and groaning
then and there, fis we are certain we
sbouliH do under like circumstances. —
Ohio State Journal.
To develop the best -sugar industry
Australia will adafe: ap-tod*te Ameri
can machinery and will import sugar
j heel seed from California.
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Soldier Husband and Battlefield j
Baby Touring Country With
Her for Near East Relief.
A mother, father'and daughter, the
latter born in a tattered lied Gross j
! tent in the icy Caucasus while guns '
| roared nil around and Turkish shells, j
! ignoring the mercy emblem, burst near .
' it, are touring America in behalf of
i Their native Armenia. They are Gen- j.
I oral Mezrop Nevton Azgapetian. iis
| wife. Lady Anne, and Ireneh lv-tln *
| Araxie Azgapetian, whose baby eyes
j ojiened upun scenes of horror and Inter
; through them saw much of the suffor-
I logs of the people of Armenia. , -*•’
The family are making their tour un
der auspices of the Near East Relief,
; the big organization which ho* snv<*d
I hundreds of thousands of the people
in _ili:it part of the world from death
' by hunger and cold nnd is soon to open
a nation wide campaign for funds tc
complete the work of saving the sur
vivors, more than a half mil lion of
whom must perish unless aid comes tc
j\thein soon. America is their only hope
General Azgapetian served gallantly
in the Russian armies in the Caucasia
against the Turks. Hi*Wife, who ac
companipd him to the front, dld.notdj
work for the wounded and sick, and
it was while in this service that hoi
baby was horn in a hospital tent during
a battle. An army blanket swung from
two poles in one corner of the tent was
the baby's crib during tbe rest of that
terrible winter campaign. 'With the
collapse of the Russian armies after
(lie Bolshevist revolution tbe Azgape
tiar.s returned to Armenia for a brief
spell and did their best to alleviate
the suffering they found on every hjnd
But with a Turkish price on his head
the father finally made ids way with
. ids family through Russia to Finland
nnd then to this country. What they
tell nf conditions and needs in Armenia
is first hand evidence.
In tbe Caucasus, Armenia, Syria,
Turkey and Persia are more than 2fJO,-
000 orphans, hclploss*l!ttle victims of
j war, massacre and deportation, and
l for the .groat majority the only bar bo
i tvwPen them nnd -absolute starvation
is a howl of hot bean sbup every day
This soijp is supplied by the Ndnr East
Relief now making an appeal tr
the American peoplq for sufficient
, funds to increase this dole and to pro
vide these suffering little ones with
clothing and an education
that will help them to beoojne self sup
j pm'tins- If > s estimated that pm re
than 1,500.000 In Western Asia will
die of starvation unless American ai£
is continued.
Federal Body Says No More
Compelling Need in All
the World. •
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Departing from custom, the Feder
[ al Council of Churches lias endorsed
the work, being done by Near East
Relief, 1 Madison Avenue, New r York
j City, the former committee for -Ar
i meuian and Syrian Relief which lias
essayed the task of caring for 1,250,-
000 starving people in Western Asia.
Resolutions adopted by the executive
committee, as announced by Charles
Maefarlaud, general secretary, are as
“Your committee recommends that
prayers be offered Jn all our qhtirche*
.for the suffering children throughout
the world, especially tljose who are i*-
distress and peril as the result of the
I war.
“They further recommend that we
] reaffirm and emphasize our interest
; mid co-operation hi the plans of
’Near East Relief.’ We know of no
I need In” the world that is more com
j pelting than that of the-Armenian,
! Syrian and other peoples in the l.e
--{ vant who have already received nnd
j must still receive the generous sym
j patiiy of the American people.”
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Delivery has just been Anade to the
Finnish government of 15 American
locomotives. The government is high
ly pjeased with these engines and is in
need of about 20 others. t Arty deal
would involve the extension of credit
on account of the present unfavorable
exchange. ~ *
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i LOST AND r©CKD. f*AßlT*l>.
♦ :
iuojigsge. A;>uiy to W'in*®n U
Anna pub*. Md 3y lß :f
MONEY TO LOAN—On mortgage In sum*
to suit on rwwnatilf torn'*. Partial ,
payment allowed. Jaroe* U. Muuroe, At
hO'T—Saturday i<irOt. watch f"h, JJ*
IHu den a'roet W.. b A. A. station. '■
Liberal reward. It<>\ --"•4 Annaiw'Hx. >* * j
LOST—Female Entile doc. iJbofhi reward
if returned to glff tYest'Mret’t.
j-** 7 — *r~ j
: \\ ANTED —Immediately, laundress 1" t ■••* :
! c.l;iv. 'lours s to 5: wages J-- |'.i‘ dajj and j
[ meals. Apply I Maryland avenue. fl <
tt.ENTs—Author'red NV.ra War History,
a "*l I'jiC's. wili i ohoo terms Uy Kelly
.Miller, of Washington-; 2fio pt< ttires: best
book for colored people < i*r iIMMi;
pri :• only Zl'.lk : selling litT' wiloiire:
outsit fr-a-: t< t <|Oi< k. Jenkins I‘nblisli
iug t 0.. Warder HWs.. Washington, )’• * •
\,LN r>—#ltUm worth soap, perfumes,
etc., free. l-.ieassian Co.. lJept. HU. St.
la.lbs. Mo. , t!4
VlMFli—Salestnen to sen stock In mil
lion dollar reliutng <vi.i|>*an\ ; g<>’! ooin
- mission and territory sdl! avuliabie.
Superior Sale* Syndicate, all Main street
i'orl Texes. ill
WAXTK.It-—Men wanted for deiisdlve work
Write J. tnimr, former tiov't. Heleetive.
Dnnvllie. in.
WANYKI*—V cooil cook to cook and do
genera! housework in small l’.ituiiy: u<>
washing. Apply between ! and It* a. in..
PS College avenue. , 111
iVAXTI,Ii —Ytittnir man as clerk. Apply in
own handwriting, giving, ace. refer
ences. and salary expected. l’o>\ 2X5
Capita! Offir-o. f> tf
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v &B sale
i*R ■-V4.' —ltroldiead Wiieeier A Wilson
Sewing Maidiine. in perfeet order. will
everything foinpbte for S-’o. Apply -■
Northwest si^ot.
ftlß SAI.E—Hoe-half, cord mixed van.!:
+ stove lengths; W..1K1 deliiered. % •!. 11.
Wanner, phone Istc; I'-:;, fib
P'Olt s\l/E—tine wicker bassinette: one
infant's wicker wardrobe stand: one
nursery scale; all in excellent condition.
I'lmiic T'al*. t 111
.'OK SALE—Four-houses and lo.s, being
Xog. 17. lit. 21 and 2! on Carroll street.
W. Dallam f’latide. phone 147-.1. Jli’.-tf
FOR SAI.E-yf tne-half eoril of seasoned
wood, stove lengths. $7.7.0 delivered. John
M. Appleton. l'.-isudeiUl, Md., phone.
Artniger, ‘.IF-Ci. jC.-tf
FOR SALE—Modern dwelling, with largo
lot. No. Id.*) Conduit' street. For price
anil terms apply to Charles F. Lee, Tele
phone 1503. ill7-tf
FOR KENT Furnished liat: all latest im
provements: sits a Hit electric ligiiis. t
A. FTiemel. 7U-.nl \\ "*t street. f 14
'■'OK RENT —l.m If furnished room: heat,
electric light Mini bath. Apply (7 Mary
land avy-ntte. fit
FUR RENT—lfiiom with board. 14 4 I‘fiace
George street. ft**
Providing a Curfew Regulation
for the City of Annapolis
Seetjon 1. lie it estnlilishad and <>r<laln<‘ ’
by tin 1 MaX'or. Conust-lor and Aldermen of
he City of Annaplois. that St shall l*e tin
awful for any jrfri cliihl below the ape of
■iixteeii years, and any hoy ■ -I)i I<l Itelovv tin*
ipe of fourteen years, to be on any of the
streets, lanes oy alleys, in the City of An
mpotis, after tlifs-hmir o r !t ::!* I*. M. ditrirp
he months of .Tune. July and Attpnsf. or
ifter !< o'-bs'k I*. M. tlurlpp uny other
nonth unless aecompanied -by pa rant or
rttar<liHli. <*r some adult pers<*a.nuthorlr,eil
bv siteli patent or puardian t<> have the
tmi|HiKor,V custody of such cliihl and er
>rils<' the direct and continuous super
vlaiotl nvd’ it.
’Section -it. Any • bibl vlolatlnp the ptt"-
.iwloris of tld* ordinance, or any parent,
ruardiati or’other adult pin ami having flip
•ontml anil iliris-tion of any eliibl. snb
'*<•l to the, provisions of this ordinance,
who •‘Shull direct, permit or connive at the
violation of this ordinanee, shall !><• fhtn
ulpmc 1 by-a tine not to exceed SIO.OO for any
■ffei'Se, but it shall be within the loAer
if the official* trying cases under this nr
llnanee, <• fiituUili offender* against it by
reprimand in Tlcu of a line. If he Jiltall
deem it pny*er„ * •
Section .‘hi Persons apprehended for v’o
ating this ordinanee -■!ji 11 not be placed
under arrest unless offering resistance to
in officer in the. discharge of bin'duty, or
unless their eor iliu r is vicious or •Hir
•rderly:i but children violating this ordi
nance shall In* compeljed to proceed direct
ly t‘> tl><‘ir homes anil their parent*‘or
guardian* IN’ not I tied to appear before the
Mayor of the City of Anna poll/ with the
offending child at sm-Ji time and |da’*’ as
that official shall dir* t ; the Mayor Hindi
impure into the charge or charges aguinlt
persu* sb brought before him. and shtil!
have powe*to suriinyms witnesses, admin
ister oaths :md to <|o si*i-h other things as
are necespiarv to determine the fact* in
the matter before him. impose
titles or take su< h other corrective means
is are set out ill this ordinance, and lines
imposed by the Mayor under the pro
vision* of this ordinance shall be collected
<0 oilier flties i'd jams 1 tie* tup now re
orere.l In the <Vv yf Anna,mils.
Section 1. And iu* it further eMtabllsiied
ind ordained ITy the authority aforesaid
hat this oXdtnam e shsli fake effect from
lie date of its passage. ,
Approved February 11.
" ' JOHN J. LEVY.’
■kftest : * Mayor.
OEoimh; I". Qi Aifr ~
Acting t'ity—Fjprjr.
Surveying. Plat*. Eatlmatea, Mnnldpal
and Bnburban Water Syatema and Sewag*
Savings Bank Building
AntNMtta, M.
V4M*MEittf nvj
t'hiffh lurcl© Opposite Ptisloffire.
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' Ui't&i- :.■ .'A „ r .-.ir'-y'•'•••ii:
One acre (waterfront) on W eems
Creak. } ' ’ 1 I
Buflding lot on Revell St.
Five lotsl at- Murray Hill.
Dwelling ""on Prince Geo. St
Dwelling on Madison St.
Double dwelling Hunover St.
iStore Building (brick) on Main St.
Phone 459-J. 21 School SFrcet
, mis
j If you want to sell your
(Ifivclling, store .or lot,
apply to
21 School Street. Phone 459-J
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BatlmwtM and Plan* Furnl*b4
Sheet Iron, Slate, Stove, Furnace
Work and Itopairiug.
Phono TSI-W. (f
The Annapolis Savings Institution
1 . Totnl Ascl* t . . . $1,)M12,57b.b7
Number of Depositors, . . 1.-W
Pays 4 per cent interest on Deposits. Payable J.v ■; v . j
Ist. Compound interest paid on deposits n . v . , irawn
; Depository o! City and County Sinking Funds Pep :> f
All Us investments and entire Management subject to an:. ,al tu 3 .t
lnation by State Bank Examiner*.
i ■ Loans money on first mortgage of Real Estato on ea v*. rr. p ir .
;i 'llal payments ullowed. Also on note with approved <, :U:er!
■ I * ~ FRANK li. STOCKETT, . . President
p f WM. N WOODWARD, . Vice-President
i B. ALLEIN WEI.rH, . i . . r.i.Hh . r
i . SAMUEL BROOKE. % . Assistant Cashier
JAMES M. WfUNROE.. Solicit , r
Banking Hours: 9 A. M. fo :i P. M.
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• antUTtmtc
!j| Annapolis, Mai vlaiul 1
•; 8 i
Fir*. Insurance AucNlooeer |
5 Honey Loaned on Mortgage ♦
t a Houses Rented Rent Collected r.
18 A i
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Payable In Advance ,
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Daily and Sunday, six months ' 4 -“'
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* FELIX AGNUS, Manager and I’uMMur ,
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j >t “The Bank That Brought 4% To Annapows^
The Annapolis Bank
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Church Circle and Gloucester Street
; Banking Hour* : 9A.M.t03 F. M. D*ify
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4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts
Two Per Cent on Checking Accounts
of SSOO and Over
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bnt was tee first bank to pay interest,oh checkin* I
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