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THE CITIZEN. FREDERICK. MD.
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Loyal Democrats J j •oughout the county should read j j i E Citizen every week. i i i! 11 —••• •The Preferential Primaries, lich the candidates for office >th the Democratic and Re can tickets will be selected year, will be held in every ct and precinct in Frederick y on Wednesday, the 15th f September. Loys Locals. and Mrs. Clarence It. Moser, of it Hill, spent Sunday with her i. Mr. and Mrs. Washington Pit ami family of this place. Clarence C. Pittenger. of Pleas -11, sp?nt a few days of last week s parents, Mr. aud Mrs. George tenger and family of Loys. Calvin G. Colbert and friend Sunday with Mr. J. A. Arnold lily of Rocky Hill. Harry M. Pittenger spent Satur ininu and Sunday with friends at idway and Pleasant Hill. Clarence C. Pittenger was a vis riiurnionton Friday of last week. Williitn H. Martin spent Sunday r. William A. Shorb, of Rocky M innie Long, of Rocky Ridge, ie day last week with Mrs. Win. rb and family. Harvey M. Pittenger was a vis- Tliurmont one day this week on New Market News. Christian Uniou League met ay in the Methodist Protestant Miss C. C. Pearce, leader, who very interesting paper on the Many instructive and interesting s aud talks were given by Rev. ooper, Mr. F. A. Hammond, lone Wood, Rachel Russell, Mrs. Mrs. Hogarth and Mr. 110- Nannie Davis, of West Wash is visiting Miss Fannie Brom- Mary Downey and Miss Anna md have returned from a week’s I)r. J. W. Downey and wife in ire. H. Hopkins and Mr. Frank have each improved by building tons in their yards. DISMISSAL 18 ASKED. lints Allege That Certain Facts Were Concealed. Bug that the plaintiff concealed ■ the facts in the case, J. Harry Bnd William V. Wolfe, in the H James E. Solt, Frederick, BSehall-Crouch Auto company, Bhnoro, and William V. Wolfe ■tarry drove, yesterday, in fil ■nswer, asked that the bill for ■action be dismissed. Scliall ■ Auto company have not filed to the charges of Solt. ■nd Wolfe refute all charges. ■posh:it visits city. ■ An'Automobile, Takes a Ride ■nl Then Disappears. ■ungop giving the name “Mc ■aml who misrepresented liirn ■ heing an inspector employed ■C. & p. 'Telephone Company, ■ an automobile at the Ideal this city, had a chauffeur to Thurmont and then dis ■j- He failed to pay for the Vi* machine. All surrounding towns have been notified for the man, who is about ■ °f age and well dressed. Educational Number. register of the Magazine has to the Frederick Library. [■", gives a list, of endorsed summer camps. A copy the library last season. commissioners have ■ agreement with the Good ■on,mission, which is oiling a ■t the state roads in this coun ■eW/' applled to the Brad ■eights state aid road. The ■haL Pa /.u° r tlle “PP'tcation of the oil. ■ Duke Downes. Slate Banking ■oner, has issued a report of the ■nt one hundred and thirty-five ■kh and trust companies at the ■usiuess on May 1. 1915, which ■ resources of *137,597,685.. ! THE NUPTIAL KNOT. ; Some Happy Couples Who Have [ Linked Their Lives Together j for Better or for Worse. I , SMITH—OREM. ! Harry H. Smith and Miss Ella May | Orem, both of this city, were married on i Saturday by Rev. D. Price Hyltou. I SCHROYER— SMITH. I Charles Schrover, of this city, and | Miss Celeste Smith, of Hurkittsville, i were married in this city May 19 bv Rev. D. Price Hylton. } BIDES—YOST. , Alvin Sides, of Florin, Pa., and Miss Edna Yost, of Lancaster, Pa , were married at the M. E. parsonage May 22 by the pastor, Rev. Dr. E. H. Lamar. WENTZ—MESSERS MITH. Charles L. Wentz and Miss Evelyn E. Messersmith, both of York, Pa., were married at the U. R. parsonage by the pastor, Rev. E. H. Hummelbaugh, May 25. ROBERTS —MAY. Joseph C. Roberts, of Ijamsville, and Miss Oda May, of this city, were mar ried Saturday evening at the United Brethren parsonage by the pastor, Rev. E. y. Hummelbaugh. BOND—NUSBAUM. In Bethel Methodist Episcopal church, May 19, Winter Davis Bond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Bond, of Marston, was married to Miss Gladys S. Nusbaum, daughter of Marshall N. Nusbaum, of Sam’s Creek, by Rev. J. T. Marsh. WEAVER GRIIMBINE. Miss Byrdie M. Grumbine. daughter of Mr. Mrs. J. Marshall Grumbine, of this city, and Ernest A. Weaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Weaver, for merly of Emmitsburg, were married Sunday evening at the rectory of St. John’s Catholic church, by Rev. Fr. John Leo Collins. Busy Day for Commissioners. Monday last was a busy day for the members of the Board of County- Com missioners. A delegation from New Market appeared before the commis sioners and asked for the construc tion of a pike about two miles long, be ginning about one mile west of New Market and running towards McKaig. Persons from Catoctin district made requests for the repair of roads and bridges. Another delegation from near Middletown, asked for the repair of a bridge in that section. C. A. Ten ney, resident engineer of the State Roads Commission, appeared before the board and advised them on several road matters. Persons who are re quired to pay judgment taxes and who have purchased automobiles also ap peared before the board to have these matters adjusted. Letters Unclaimed. These letters have been unclaimed at the Frederick postoffice: Gentlemen’s List—Frederick Anke ny, J. S. Annale, Garland Alder, John Fisher, William Gibson, H. B. Lease, Dr. S. S. Portello, Samuel T. Riggs, Frank A. Stroup, G. L. Tholeat, S. C. Thomas, E. A. Young. Ladies’ List —Mrs. Lazer Coumpner, Mrs. Elian Gross, Miss Christo Mc- Cauley, Mrs. James W. Smith, Miss Minnie Yonker. Will Erect Monument. The State of Vermont will erect a monument to the memory of Union soldiers who fell in the Battle of the Monocacy, near Frederick Junction. Vermont, has recently acquired a site from William G. Baker, on which the monument is to be placed. Arm Badly Injured. The right arm of Harry Shaft, pro prietor of an automobile garage and machine shop, North Market street, was torn Monday evening about 7 o’ clock when his arm caught in a motor which he was testing out. A large section of the muscle was torn from his arm. He is not seriously injured. Fire Destroys House at Mt. Airy. William Selby, of about two miles north of Mount Airy, Tuesday, sufiereil a loss of between $3,000 and $4,000 when his three-story, thirteen room house, was destroyed by fire. The blaze originated from a defect ive flue and was discovered at about 0 a. m., by Mr. Selby. He was at home alone. There was no telephone in the house and his nearest neighbor re sided about a quarter of a mile dis tant. Without assistance Mr. Selby attempted to extinguish the flames. In years past the house was used for summer boarders and for some time Mr. Selby had been preparing the place for the coming season. A number of guests were scheduled to arrive next week. All of the furniture in the building was destroyed. Other buildings on the place were not damaged. MEETINGS WELL ATTENDED. Large audiences were present on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at the revival meeting being conducted by Harry W. and Walter E. von Bruch, of Chicago, at Burkittsville. Walter von Bruch is a chorister and cornet soloist of exceptional ability. Harry von Bruch is one of the youngest men in evangelistic work. Fountain A Dumping Place. The fountain being the most promi nent and conspicuous object in the court house park, youngsters use it as a happy medium to rid themselves of undesirable playthings and toys. Rec ently a shoe, a part of a brass trum pet and a wheel from a wagon was , fished from the fountain by the park guardian. The guardian gave an in teresting description of the things which are fished from the fountain of evenings and mornings. OBITUARY. a Some of Those Who Have Fallen Before the Silent Reaper. LOY. Mrs. Mary A. Loy, widow of Martin j D. Loy, died at tlie home of her daugh i ter, Mrs. Charles W. Matthews, 2908 Philadelphia avenue, Baltimore, on May 19. | TODD. Miss Phoebe Todd, wife of Robert R. j I °dd, formerly of Frederick, died May 23 at her home in -Carlisle, Pa. Mrs. Todd was Miss Phoebe Routzahn, of this county. 5 j HOUGH. R. Hough, aged about 63 years, a well-known citizen of Waterford, Va., died at that place May 21. For thirty three years he was a clerk in the store of L. P. Smith. WILUARI), \\ ord was received in Frederick of the death May 24 of Harry C. Willard, at Kirkwood, 111. He formerly lived at Knoxville, this county, being the second son of the late Ezra and Laura Willard. BURGOON. John Burgoon, 69 years old, died on Sunday in Union Mills, Carroll county. He was a director of the Union Mills Savings Bank. He is survived by five children—Prof. ,W. A. Burgoon and Irvin Burgoon, of Gettysburg, Pa.; Mrs. William Zacharias, Silver Run, Md.; Mrs. Beniah Bankert and Miss Emma Burgoon, Union Mills. DERR. David F. Derr, died May 20 at his home, Sclileysville, aged 68 years and 7 days. He was a soldier of the Union Army, and a member of Reynold’s Post, G. A. R. He leaves a widow and the following stepchildren: Joseph Smith aud Mrs. William Smith, Sclileysville; Murray Smith, Baltimore; Mrs. Rosie Shafer, Washington, D. C. A brother, Albert Derr, this city, and sisters. Misses Harriet Derr and Hannah Derr, Montgomery county, also survive him. George A. Gilbert Found Dead. The funeral of George A. Gilbert, the oldest member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and a retired shoe merchant, who was found dead at his home on East Third street, Wednesday morning, will take place on Friday at 2.30 p. m., with services at the house conducted by Rev. E. H. Lamar and burial in Mount Olivet cemetery. Mr. Gilbert had been in poor health for some time, but was not considered seriously ill and his demise came as a shock to his friends. He stood com fortably during the night and arose in the morning to sit in an arm chair in liis room. He was alone there for some time and when a member of the family happened to look in he was discovered to be dead. Mr. Gilbert was born in the north ern part of the county September 2, 1832, and was a son of the late David and Margaret Gilbert. He came to this city with his parents when seven years old. He first began business in 1852, his partner being the late An drew J. DeLaslimutt. They opened their shoe store in the building now occupied by C. A. Castle on North Market street, and continued there for 25 years. In 1877 Mr. Gilbert pur chased Mr. DeLashmutt’s interest and after continuing at the old stand for two years, moved the business to the store room which is now occupied by M. E. Bartholow. He retired about 12 years ago. In 1854 he married Miss May Eliza beth Brooks. They had eleven chil dren. His first wife having died in 1876, Mr. Gilbert married Miss Jennie Hockensmith in 1877. She survives him. He also leaves the following children: Emma C., Charles M., at home; Mrs. W. W. Sellard, of Balti more: Miss Pearl Gilbert, of Detroit, Mich.; Frank K. Gilbert, of Balti more; Miss Mabel Gilbert, of Wash ington, D. C. ( and Mrs. Charles Heck, this city. Mr. Gilbert was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church for more than 60 years and a trustee for more than 20 years. He was a staunch Democrat and belonged to the Inde pendent Hose Company. C. E. Cline is the funeral director Real Estate Transfer. Harry M. Bean and wife to Real Etate and Improvement Company of Baltimore, real estate in county, sl,- 050.54. Harmon L. Gaver to James O. King and wife, small strip of land, sl. Albiniah A. Kessler to Susan Eliza- | heth Rice, et al., real estate in county, sl6. Wni. A. Wilson and wife et al. to Dennis H. Fogle, real estate in coun ty, $lO, &c. Clarence A. Ramsburg et al. to Jo siah A. Ramsburg and wife, rer 1 tate in city, $lO, etc. Charles A. Carlisle and wife to C. G. Buffer and wife, real estate in Brunswick, $5, etc. Samuel A. Shaver et al. to Harmon L. Gaver, real estate In city, S2OO. Orphans’ Court Items. Court’s order to sell the real estate of Peter Leatherman, deceased. Ratification of the real estate of Ephraim Hendrickson, deceased. First and final account of William H. Summers, administrator of Mary A. C. Hammer, deceased, filed. Marriage Licenses. Harry H. Smith, 25, and Ella May 1 Oren, 17, both of Frederick. Applicant, Ella May Orem. Harry I. Cline, 22, near Myersville, and Oneida S. Gaver, 18, Myersville. i Will Picnic At Heights. The grammar school classes of Broadway, Winter street and Surray i buildings, Hagerstown, will hold a [ picnic at Braddock Heights on Tues day, June 1. •faiTThe Preferential Primaries, at which the candidates for office a on both the Democratic and Re publican tickets will be selected this year, will be hsld in every district and precinct in Frederick a county on Wednesday, the 15th day of September. 1 "" - — l l r REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE COMMERCIAL STATE BANK ' OF FREDERICK, MD., f At Frederick, in the State of Maryland, at the close of business, Saturday, May 1, 1915. RESOURCES. t Loans and discounts $140,094.15 Overdrafts, secured and unse i cured 14.12 ■ Stocks, bonds, securities, etc... 14,437.50 ■ Banking house, furniture and fixtures 49,932.10 Mortgages and judgments of record 94,775.00 Due from National, State and ! Private Banks and Bankers and Trust Companies, other ; than reserve 2,000.00 I Checks and other cash items 1,625.90 Due from approved reserve agents 26.800.41 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz.: i U. S. currency and Nation al Bank Notes $3,390.00 ' Gold coin 775.00 1 Silver coin 1,135.60 Nickels and cents 89.96 5,390.56 Miscellaneous assets 1,460.96 Total $336,530.70 I LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 80,000.00 Surplus fund 20,000.00 , Undivided profits, lessexpenses, interest and taxes paid 3,500.06 Due to National, State and Private Banks and Bankers and Trust Compa nies, other than re serve $14,093.81 Deposits (demand) subject to ;keck.... 85,441.04 Certified checks 102.83 Cashier’s checks out standing 318.96 Deposits (time) 132,774.70 Savings and special.. 51.02 232,782.36 Liabilities other than those above Stated (Interest Re serve) , 248.28 Total $336,530.70 State of Maryland, County of Frederick, ss.: I, Hammond Clary, Cashier of the above named institution, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. HAMMOND CLARY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this sth day of May, 1915 A. LeROY McCARDELL, Notary Public. Correct Attest:— R. S. J. DUTROW, B. H. DUDROW, EDGAR H. McBRIDE. Directors. Baltimore & Ohio $1.25 BALTIMORE AND RETURN EVERY SUNDAY Leave Frederick 610A. M. [apr 30-5 t pROPOSALS. CITY OF FREDERICK, FREDERICK COUNTY, MARYLAND, WATER WORKS EXTENSION. CAST IRON PIPES, SPECIAL CAST INGS, VALVES, ETC. PIPE LAYING!. Sealed Proposals addressed “To the Board of Aldermen of the City of Freder ick, Frederick County, Maryland,” will be received until 2 o’clock p. nr., on Friday, May 28. 1915, at the City Hall, for furn ishing and laying 12-inch cast iron pipes, special castings, valves, etc. A certified check lor SIOO.OO must ac company each proposal. The Board of Aldermen reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Previous to the above date specifications and information can lie obtained from Mr. J. H. Schmidt, Clerk to the Mayor and Aldermen, Mr. George A. Burck. Water Works Superintendent, at Frederick, and WILLIAM H. BOARDMAN, Engineer, 426 Walnut Street, may2l 2t Philadelphia, Penua. pXECUTOK’S NOTICE. This is to give notice thut the subscriber hath obtaiued from the Orphans’ Conrt of Frederick County, Maryland, letters of testamentary on the estate of ELI W. MERCIER late of Frederick County, Mary laud, de ceased. All persons having claims against the deceased, are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or be fore 19th Day of October, 1915, they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 19th day ot April, 1915. JOHN S. NEWMAN, apr 23-Gt Executor. STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., required by the Act of August 24, 1912, of "The Citizen,” published weekly at Frederick, Maryland, for April 1, 1915. Editor, C. Francis Baughman. Manag ing Editor, C. Francis Baughman. Busi ness Manager, C. Francis Raughmun. Pub lisher, C. H. Baughman & Son. Owner, C. Francis Banghman, estate of > C. H. Baughman. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and ■ other security holders, holding 1 per cent, or more of total amount ol bonds, mort gages, or other securities, none. C. H. BAUGHMAN <&SON, f Sworn to and subscribed before me this ' 7th day of April, 1915. l A. Lkßoy MoCabdkll, Notary Public. My commission expires May, 1916. i, CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK. - >- a v t h THE CITIZENS’ NATIONAL BANK t —OF— FREDERICK, MD. i ) CAPITAL, ) SIOO,OOO. ) SURPLUS. $300,000, OFFICERS, J. D. BAKER, President WM. G. BAKER, - - Vice-President H. D. BAKER, - - - Vice-President WM. G. ZIMMERMAN, - - Cashier SAMUEL G. DUVALL, - Asst. Cashier JOSEPH McDIVIT, - - Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS. Geo. Wm. Smith, Thos. H. Haller, John S. Ramsburg, Daniel Baker, Wm. G. Baker, C. H. Conley, M. D. C. M. Thomas, P. L. Hargett, D. E. Kefauver, John S. Newman, Judge J. C. Motter, J. D. Baker. JIOR SALE. HOWARD COUNTY FARMS of all kinds. At prevailing prices cheapest land in the world. If you mean business write what you want in kind, location and price. LOUIS T. CLARK, Atty., mch 19 tf Ellicott City, Md. POLITICAL NOTICES. FOR GOVERNOR. EMERSON E. HARRINGTON, Dorchester County. BLAIR LEE, Montgomery County. FOR ATTORNEY-OENERAL. ALBERT C. RITCHIE, of Baltimore City. FOR COMPTROLLER. W. B. COPPER, of Kent County. CLERK OF COURT, jIOR CLERK OF THE COURT. Subject to the Democratic Primary. FREDERICK W. CRAMER, Frederick District, No. 2. I will devote my entire time and atten tion to the office and feel qualified to con duct it in an efficient, business-like man ner. I will appreciate your support and influence, and take pleasure in serving yon if elected. may 14 tp JjlOR CLERK OF THE COURT. 1 am a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Frederick County, and will appre ciate the support of my friends and voters in securing the nomination at the coming Democratic Primaries. L. E. MULLINIX. feb 15 tp Frederick District, No. 2. REGISTER OF WILLS. HAVING decided to enter the field ns a candidate for the office of Register of Wills of Frederick County. I earnestly so licit the aid of my friends and other mem bers of the Democratic party at the Prefer ential Primaries to be held next September. FRANCIS J. NEWMAN, feb 15 tp Frederick City. IN making this official announcement of my candidacy for the office of Register of Wills, Frederick County, I earnestly so licit the support of my many Democratic friends at the Primaries in September, and aasure them in advance of my deep appre ciation for anything they or any other Democratic voter may do for me. SAMUEL D. THOMAS, apr 23-tp Frederick District, No. 2. I wish to make known to my party asso ciates and friends throughout the county that I am a candidate for the office of Register of Wills on the Democratic . ticket, and ask them for their help at the . coming Preferential Primaries to secure my . nomination. EZRA L. CRAMER. f jan Btp Walkersville District, No. 26. 1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER. - T announce myself as a candidate for the _L office of County Commissioner for Frederick County, and earnestly seek the s support of my fellow Democrats at the Pri mary in September. GRANVILLE L. WACHTER. Mt. Pleasant District, No. 13. mch 12-tp POLITICAL NOTICES. pOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Annonncement is herewith made that the undersigned will enter the contest in the Democrat ic Primaries this coming Septem ber for nomination as a member of the Board of County Commissioners, the mat ter to be decided in the Primaries in Sep tember. He asks for any personal as well as political friends to give him their sup port, and assures them in case he is suc cessful to wage an earnest fight for election. ; WM, H. VANMETER, Brunswick District, No. 25. aprlfi-tp I hereby announce to the Democratic vot ers of Frederick County that 1 aspire to be a member of the Board of County Commissioners, and I earnestlylsolicit their support at the primaries. GRERNBURY D. HOUSE, Bnrkittsville District, No. 22. inch 19-tp February 9, 1915. I wish to announce myself for the office of County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Democratic Primaries. A. WINDSOR DAVIS, feb 15 tp Urbana, District No. 7. STATE’S ATTORNEY. pOR STATE’S ATTORNEY. I hereby announce myself as a candidate to succeed myself as State’s Attorney, subject to] the Democratic Primaries. I stand upon my record. SAMUEL A. LEWIS. jan29-tp Frederick District, No. 2. I hereby announce myself as a candidate lor the office of State’s Attorney, sub ject to the decision of the Democrats of Frederick county, in the Primary Election to be held in September, 1915. H. KIEFFER DkLAUTER, Middletown District, No. 3. jan22-tp pOR STATE’S ATTORNEY. I wish to inform my party associates and friends throughout the county that I am a candidate for the office of State’s Attor ney, and ask them for their assistance and support at the primary election to secure my nomination on the Democratic ticket. EDWARD J. SMITH. dec2s tp. Frederick District, No. 2. STATE SENATOR. TO THE PEOPLE OF FREDERICK COUNTY. I am a candidate for the office of State Senator, and I respectfully submit my can didacy to you, subject to the decision of the Democratic Primaries. H. DORSEY ETCHISON. jan22-tp Frederick District, No. 2. SHERIFF. I announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for the Sheriffalty of Fred erick County, and ask my friends to help me at the Democratic Primaries to be held in September. C. SPENCER STULL, mch26-tp] Woodville District, No. 18. I ANNOUNCE my candidacy for the Sher iffalty to the Democrats of Frederick County, and respectfully ask them for whatever support they can give me at the primaries to be held September 15, 1915. R. E. LEATHERMAN. feb 15 tp Walkersville District, No. 2G. I wish to publicly announce the fact that I am a candidate for Sheriff of Frede rick County, and submit my name to the Democrats of Frederick County for their esteemed consideration at the primaries to be held next September. ROBERT E. CROMWELL, feb 27tp] Walkersville District, No. 26. I announce to my friends and fellow Dem ocrats that I am a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Frederick County, subject to their votes at the Preferential Primaries in September, and I earnestly ask them for their support. JAMES A. JONES, mch26-tp] Frederick District, No. 2. COUNTY TREASURER. pOR COUNTY TREASURER. CHARLES R. HARPER, Lewistown District, No. 20. I hereby announce my candidacy for County Treasurer of Frederick County, subject to the Democratic Primaries. I earnestly solicit the support of my many Democratic friends at the Primaries in Sep tember, and you can feel assured anything that you can do for me will be greatly ap preciated. apr 23-tp ORPHANS' COURT. T wish to state to the Democratic voters of -* Frederick Couuty through your col umns that I am a candidate for the oflice of Judge of the Orphans’ Conrt of Freder ick County, and ask your kindly assist [ ance towards the nomination, which will lie made at the Primaries in September. R. HARWOOD MAGKUDER, may2l tp] Frederick, District No. 2. T beg to announce my candidacy for the nomination for the office of Judge of the Oiphans’ Court of Frederick County, sub ject to the decision of the Democratic Pri maries. Your support and influence will be greatly appreciated. GEORGE HOUCK, may 21 tp] Frederick, District No. 2. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Judge of the Orphans’ Court, subject to the decision of the Dem ocrats of Frederick County at the Prefer ential Primaries. I call upon my friends and all unpledged members of my party to aid me, which support I will greatly appre ciate. JOHN T. JOY, Mechanicstown District, No. 15, inch 5 tp I hereby annonnce myself as a candidate lor the office of J udge of the Orphans’ Court, subject to the decision of the Demo crats of Frederick County at the Preferen tial Primaries. I call upon my friends and all unpledged members of my party to aid me in securing the nomination. W. A. BARTON, apr3o-tp Johnsville District. No. 17. I announce myself as a candidate for Judge of the Orphans’ Court for Fred • erick Court, and respectfully ask the sup port of my fellow Democrats at the Prima ries in September. LOUIS C. ETCHISON, mch26-tp] Jefferson District, No. 14. 5