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frittce Seam’* snquim UPPER MARLBORO’, MD.; Phone 2-R. (Entered as secondj class matter at Upper Marlboro,-Md. Postofflce.) FKKD. SASbOER, - • KDITOS SAMUEL A. WYVILL Pttbltshbb Friday, March 11th, 1921 PROPOSALS For Public Printing SEALED PROPOSALS for Public Printing for the fiscal year 1921 will be received by the County Commis sioners of Prince George’s County, Maryland, and awarded to the lowest responsible bidder on MONDAY, MARCH 28th. 1921 At 12 O’clock M. Said printing shall include the printing of the Jury List, Annual Statement of County Expenses, Report of the Audi tor, Tax Bills for Treasurer and all other printing which the County Com missioners of Prince George’s Countv, Maryland, are compelled to pay for by law and no paper will be allowed for any extra priming unless specially or dered by the Board of County Com missioners. Bond in double the amount of the bid shall be given acceptable to the County Commissioners. AH bids must be seal ed and addressed “Proposals for Public Printing.” By order of the Board: JOHN T. FISHER, Clerk Notice to Tax-payers NOTICE is hereby given to the tax pay : nee George’s Conuty, Mary lane. the County Commis sioners wi.. .. .a public meeting in the Court at Upper Marlboro, on Tuesday, arch 15, 1921, to hear any protest that any tax-payer may offer against the School Budget, amounting to the sum ot three hundred and fifty three thousand, eight honored dollars and thirty-two cents ($353,800.32) less the State appropriation of ninety-five thousand five hundred and thirty-four dollars and forty-twojeents ($95,534.42), leaving a net balance to be appropriat ed .byf the County Commissioners for the fiscal year 1921, of two hundred and fifty eight |thousand, two hundred and sixty five dollars and ninety cents, ($258,265.90), which would make the school levy alone, 95 cents on the $lOO, or an increase over and above the amount allowed for public schools for 1920, of $98,377.58. " . By order of the Board. Test— JOHN T. FISHER, Clerk to Countv Commissioners of Prince Georue’s County, * T ’ March 4, 1920. . ’ t '■ v r I ,'S ar tor i 921, show decree jL, Clerk e George’s FeblS nd *noth icco Seed OR SALE BY A. H. Wyvill PER MARLBORO, MD. •,'or reference as to its gen neness consult Maryland Un versity or County Agent, un der whose supervision this seed was produced. Tobacco Growers’ Meeting THERE will be a meeting of the to bacco growers of Prince George’s County at Baden Hall, Baden, Saturday, March 12. 1921, at 2 o’clock P. M. Members of the Association and non mtmbers, ladies and gentlemen are all urged to attend. A T. ROBINSON, Chairman GEORGE T. DUVALL CLINTON BEALL Members Board of Managers of Prince George’s County W. B. HILL, Sec’y. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Eastern Shore Trust Co. And Its Eighteen Branches in the State of Maryland, at the Close of Business February 21, 1921 t RESOURCES Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured . Stocks, Bonds, Securities, etc 201 685 24 Banking Houses Worn Furniture and Fixtures 05’97965 Other Real Estate Owned 0 QRnfiQ? 17 1 Mortgages and Judgments <>f Record ’ ’ • Due from National, State and Private Banks and Bank ers and Trust Companies, other than reserve 645.u10.1jy l Checks and other Cash Items /anin Exchanges for Clearing House ' qro’qqu 40 Due from Approved Reserve Agents acw.ayy.iy ' Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz.: nn U. 8. Currency and National Bank Notes $ 143,570.00 q i j • _ ,* ••••>•••••• • 9|051.5v) kickelV and benis’ 19,545.93 172,167.43 : 9 t 87^3T0 LIABILITIES I CapHM Stock paid in j ” "* ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘, 253,900.0° D^Hvided 1 Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 827,577.89 : Due to National, State and Private Banks and Bankeis and Trust Companies, other than reserve 3i>5 ’ 5 fi004 Dividends unpaid Deposits (demand) ■ .$1,654,381 07 Subject to Check ...... 16 650 90 I Certificates of Deposit in rut 21 Certified Checks fl ’4.77 51 1 690 641 79 Cashier’s Checks outstanding 9,477 51 1,690,641.79 Deposits 6,642.670.70 Savings and Special....* aaq qq Notes and Bills rediscounted..... .............. la.uuu.uu ; Bills Payable, including Certificates of Deposit for Money Borrowed , Reserved for taxes. ' " *.* ‘ 9 46255 * ' Liabilities other than those above stated. Total ... 9,878,636.69 State of Maryland, County of Dorchester, ss. I C Guv LeCompte. Assistant Cashier of the abovename J Institution, do i solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. 0 quy LeCOMPTE, Assistant Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of March, 1921. BENJAMIN 8. INBLEY, Notary Public. Correct Attest:- W. IRVING BOWDLE, , correct a FREDERICK H. FLETCHER, A. HAMILTON BAYLY, Directors, i -s \ / 1 You Want -WgWfry \ to Cut Your * Production Costs? The Answer Is GOOD FARM IMPLEMENTS The Kind we Sell A good way to cut your production cost ** to the limit is as follows: —By saving time —By saving labor —By producing more per acre Good farm implements are necessary to get these results. ’’HE KIND WE SELL —They multiply your WORKING POWER. —They are directly responsible for GREAT ER YIELDS PER ACRE. —They are dependable profit-makers from the time you put them to work. >ep right at your hand, here in our stock, for your investigation, a ck of highest quality implements especially adapted for this Commun ire not sure as to just what you want, you can make your choice in before you buv. There is no vexatious waiting, no uncertainty as to ant, and get it when you want it. Yon get satisfaction; its doubly -by ns and by the manufacturer. to drop in some day soon and find out how satisfactorily we can nuirements. a list of some of line In another section of tnis paper- E. BROWN & BRO. BROWN, MD. ; GEORGE’S HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL FARM MACHINERY >f Publication . * M. HAYRE, Plaintiff vs. 3 W. HAYRE, Defendant l Cnuit for Piince George’s bounty, Maryland Equity No 5554 iJECT of this suit is to obtain oree of the Circuit Court for George’s County, Maryland, ng a vinculo matrimonii the flf. Ethel M. Hayre, from the de- Jt, Charles W. Hayre. The bill That the plaintiff is a citizen of the tied Slates and a resident of Prince jorge’s County, where she has resided r more than two years past. 2- That the defendant, Charles W. Hayre, is a citizen of the United States, his present residence being unknown to the plaintiff, his last known address be ing Atlantic City, New Jersey. 3. That the plaintiff and defendant were married in Atlantic City, New Jersey, by a duly authorized minister, on the 27th day of June, 1912, and liyed together until January 1, 1915, when, without cause, although the conduct of his plaintiff towards the defendant was kind and above reoroacb, neverthe less the said defendant Cuas. W, Hayre, did. without any reason whatever, de sert the said plaintiff, Ethel M. Hayre, and said desertion has continued unin terruptedly since said date, to wit, Jan uary 1, 1915, and is final and complete and beyond reasonable hope of recon ciliation. It is thereupon this 10th day of March, A. D. 1921, by the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland, in Equity, ordered, that the plaintiff by c&usiDg a copy of this order to be in serted in some newspaper published in Prince George’s County, once in each of four successive weeks before the 9th day of Apirl, 1921, giving notice to the said absent defendant of the ob ject and substance of this bill, and warning him to be and appear in this Court, in person or by solicitor, on or before the 25th day of April to show cause, if any he have, why a decree ought not to be passed as prayed. BUMMERFIFLD D. HALL, Clerk, Circuit Court tor Prince George’s County, Md. True Copy—Test: „ S. D. HALL. Cleik. Mchll AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE HAVING MORE use now for a horse ! than an automobile I offer my Ford Car which is in good condition at the low price of $250. Call any day but Saturday. DL. BAUMBACH, , Cedarville, Md. STATE OF MARYLAND State Roads Commission Notice to Contractors SEALED PROPOSALS for building Two sections of State Highway, as follows; Prince George’s County, Contract No. P-22—one section of State High way from End of Contract No. P -16A, toward Lanham, a distance of 2.00 miles (Concrete) Prince George’s County Contract No. P-23—One section of State High way from End of Contract P-17, along Central Avenue towards Halls Station, a distance of 2.00 miles (Concrete) will be received by the State Roads Commission, at its offices, 601 Garrett Building, Baltimore, Maryland, until 12 M. on the 15th day of March, 1921, at which time and place they will be pub licly opened and read. Bids must be made upon the blank proposal form which, with specifications and plans will be furnished|by the Com mission upon application and cash pay ment of $l.OO, as hereafter no charges will be permitted. No bids will be received unless ac companied by a c:rifled check for the sum of Five Hundred ($500) Dollars, payable to the State Roads Commission. The successful bidder will be requir ed to give bond, and comply with Acts of the General Assembly of .Maryland, respecting contracts. The Commission reserves the right to reject any and all bids. BY ORDER of the State Roads Com mission this 26th day of February 1921. J. N. MACK kLL, Chairman L. H. STEUART, Secretary. Notice to Creditors THIS is to give notice, that the under signed has obtained from the Or phans’ Court of Prince George’s Coun ty, letters testamentary upon the personal estate of JOHN A. COE deceased, late of Prince George’s coun ty. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby warned to ex hibit the same, with the vouchers there on legally authenticated on or before the 12th day of September, 1921, or they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given un der my hand this Bth day of March, 1921. JAMES W. MARBURY, 2251 Mt. View Place S. 8., | Washington, D. C. Executor of John A, Coe, deceased.! Mchll • 1 QAYETY r h steT WASHINGTON, D. C. Week of March 13th THE Victory Belles WITH EDDIE DALE 20 - LIVING DOLLS - 20 _ SS3SBSI ■ -- J'bi i i I!' _ £ i| ■ ■ ■ • •. T I f It’s Cheaper P TO TELEPHONE THAN TRAVEL Just compare the small cost of a long dis tance telephone mes sage with the cost of railroad fare. * Just consider the f convenience, ease and economy of completing a matter in ten minutes by telephone as com pared with the long drawn out method of * the mails or-an expen f sive, time-consuming trip. Use the long distance telephone. The cost is reasonable said the con venience is great. i Your telephone di i rectory explains the dif ferent kinds of long distance calls. Ask the operator the rates to any place. 4 * G. E. LAWLOR. f District Manager, y ■> j ' The ■ Chesapeake & I f Potomac i Telephone Company Order of r üblication CHARLES W. MILLER, Plaintiff vs ROSIE LEE MILLER, Defendant In the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, l^aryland No. 5541 Equity fIIHE OBJECT of this bill is to pro- JL cure for this plaintiff an absolute divorce from the defendant. The bill alleges in substance as fol lows: I. That the plaintiff is a resident of Prince George’s County in the State of Maryland and has resided within said State and County for more than two years immediately preceding the filing of this suit, and the defendant, when last heard of was residing in the City of Washington in the District of Columbiayand is not now a resident of said County or State. II That the plaintiff and defendant were married at Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland, on the 10th day of November, A. D. 1010, by the Rev. Thomas J. Packard, a minister of the Gospel. 111 - That immediately after said marriage the plaintiff and defendant lived togeth er as husband ana wile iu the ,city of Washington iu the District of Oo.ua bia until on or about the month of November, Ln the year 1917, when the plaintiff and defendant moved to Silver Hill iu Prince George County in the Stale of Maryland where they lived together as husband and wife up to and including the 21st day of Jan uray. A, D. 1918, when the defendant, without any just cause or reason aban doned and deserted the plaintiff at the County and State aforesaid. Tliat said separation has been deliberate and final, and there are no reasonable hopes of a reconciliation. IV That there were n > children born as a result of said marriage. It is thereupon this 2lst day of Feb ruary, A. D 1921, ordered by the Circuit Court for Prince George County that the plaintiff, by causing a copy of this order to be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Prince George County, Maryland, once in each of four successive weeks before the 25th day of March, 1921, given notice to the de fendant of the object and substance of this bill, warning her to be in this Court in person or by solicitor on or before the E l4th day of April, A. D. 1621. to show cause, if any she has, why a decree ought not be passed as pray ed. S. D. HALL, Clerk, Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, i True Copy—Tent: 8. D. HALL, Clerk I JOSHUA A. GARRETT, Solicitor for Plaintiff Feb2s ! ISHUBERT-GARRICK I WASHINGTON, D. C. Direction Messrs. Shubert p Sunday at 3 and 8; then Week Days at 2 and 8, WEEK BEGINNING MARCH 13th . Held over by popular demand for its | Seventh Big Week D. W. Griffith’s WAY DOWN EAST Nights 50c to $2; Daily Matinees 25c to $l. NO TELEPHONE OBDERS BUY SEATS IN ADVANCE I NOTE —Owing to the cost, length of production and ironbound con tracts, "Way Down East” will never be shown at less than first-class & theater prices. || 9 e 9 TJ/"VT TIO Beginning Sunday I | Night, March 13th t | WASHINGTON, D. C, Mats. Thurs. & Sats. J 3 Shubert Attractions i * , I | POPULAR MAT. THURSDAY. BEST SEATS SI.BO | t ' STILL THE RAGE t J i • Messrs. Lee and J. J. Shubert Present | i £ THE QUAINT. BEAUTIFUL, MEMORABLE | | “MAYTIME” j 3 L k The Musical Play of Everlasting Joy * i t f with c J EILEEN VANBIENE WORTHS FAULKNER I 9 OTIS SHERIDAN * * 9 And the Dear, Delightful, Dancing Girls € I In Fashion’s Frocks of Four Generations 9 c I i 2 PRICES-NIGHTS 50c to $2.50; SAT. MATT 50c TO $2.00 * 9 * 2 POPULAR MATINEE THURSDAY 50c TO $1.50 6 9 9 ®^>-®-^y®■y®'%y© ‘^>9'*>9 f AUTO SHOW I March 12th to 19th CONVENTION HALL Passenger Cars - Trucks - Accessories WASHINGTON, D. C m ~ ■ =m WASHINGTON CADILLAC CO. 1130-40 Connecticut Avenue WASHINGTON. D. C. Order of Ratification In Re: Estate of James Duff, deceased In the Orphans’ Court for Prince George’s County, Md. Administration No. 2906 It is this Ist day of March, A. D., 1921, ordered by the Orphans’ Court for Prince George’s County, that the sale of certain real estate made by Cath erine Duff, and F. M. Stephen, Execu tors under the last will and testament of James Duff, deceased, to Charles J. Pickett and Cafl D. Pickett, and re ported to this Coni t on the Ist day of March, A. D. 1931, be ratified and con firmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 28th day of March, A. D. 1921, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Prince George's County, Maryland, once a week for three successive weeks before the said 28th day of March, A. D. 1921. Report of sale states the amount of sales to be $850.00. R. IRVING BOWIE. C. J. JAMES A. SWEENEY A. J. GEO. W. RAWLINGS, A. J. True Copy Test: WILLIAM T. DAVIS, Register of Wills of Prince George’s County, Md. Mc4 Order of Ratification ALAN BOWIE, Attorney named in mortgage vs. ROBERT DIGGS and MAMIE DIGGS, bis wife, mortgagors, Defendants In the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland. No. 5622 Equity. URDFRED this 3rd day of March, 1921, by the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland, sit ting as a Court of Equity that the sale made and reported by Alan Bowie, At torney in the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to contrary be shown, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some news paper published in Prince George’s County, Maryland, once in each of four successive weeks on or before the 6th dav of Auril. 1921, next. The reports states the amountjof sale to be $lOOO 00 BUMMERFIELDD HALL, Clerk of th<> Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Md. True copy test: S D. HALL, Clerk Mch4 iffiICOUGIT o*ne sry' JF&zrts^ Electricity for Anyone, Anywhere Delco-Light users are scattered throughout the world —some of them in most out-of-the-way places. No matter where locat ed—in any climate and under ad verse conditions Delco-Light gives dependable, 24-hours-a-day electric service. ' Write for Catalogue W. V. REED Dealer Car* oJ "The Enquirer" UPPER MARLBORO, MD Runs on Kerosene IS otice to Creditors THIS Is to give notice, that the under signed has obtained from the Or phans Court of Prince George’s Coun ty, letters testamentary upon the personal estate of ANDREW SIMMONS deceased, late of Prince George’s Coun ty. All persons having claims against said deceased are heieby warned to ex hibit the same, with the vouchers there on legally authenticated on or before the 13th day of August, 1931, or they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given un der my hand this Bth day of Feb ruary 1921. •f. CHARLOTTE SIMMONS ~ Executrix of Andrew Simmons, J£eb 11th deceased \ - | ~ I seldom need more than a \ I 72°, Sometimes it’s the nursery, ft ** / fa ssomctlmes the sewing room —and | I there you carry your Perfection & y^£LT*'^ I Heater. It produces needed extra Z heat on the spot. tbeßa * I j Use a low fire in your furnace op a base-burner for general heat. Then ■ use the Perfection for comfort heat. 9 That is Perfection selective heating. I PERFECTION Qi/ttafos 7 imi>■ tmm ■! i a—fl iL' inPUHULnw-'WI-W ■j’j*ES&zrz23 , 'S' r. -er-raror.- .■ ■. i WH——B | M. J, &M.R.EDLAVITCH Southern Maryland’s Largest Department Store We Sell it for Less. . upper marlboro’, md ■_ m mi m m m m\ SERVICE ■ SAFET' ROLL OF HONOR TRUST COMPANY Southern Maryland Trust Ct Capital and Surplus $200,000.00 Banks at Seat Pleasant and Upper Marlboro, Md. Marlboro Bank of Southern Maryland Trust C now occupying temporary quarters near the Post Office, in Upper Marlboro, aims to meet the proper banking needs of the community, and respectfully solicits your patronage. WILLIAM H. BROOKE, M. CARY McNAB, Cashier. Preside C. M. WOOLF & Co., Inc 1005 B STREET N.W. (Opposite Hay Market, WASHINGTON, D. O. dealers in Agricultural Implements, Hardware, Seeds, Fertilizers, Harness, Etc. 8 TVDEBAKER WAGONS OUTER CHILLED PLOWS & CASTING (GENUINE) v QUAKER PIPELESS FURNACES GENCO FARM LIGHTING SYSTEMS COMMERCE AND BROCKWAY TRUCKS RITCHIE BROTHERS Funeral Directors & Embalmers EITHIE, MD. Successors to Scott Armstrong Automobile Hearse PHONE, MARLBORO, 25-F4l Prompt Service, Regardless of Distance Charges Moderate \ ANNOUNCEM ENT 6 A Knock the High Cost of Living 7 THE MITCHELLVILLE STORES CO. 7 Has opened Store No. 2at Mullikin Station (Formerly G*o. m C. Hopkins) where a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries ■ can be bought at tremendously low prices. Below are a few ■ samnlps* / ’ Best fine GRANULATED SUGAR, per lb. Hie A No. 1 Coffee, best in the land, per lb 84|c m Tea—Gunpowder, per lb 6?i c J Svrup—gallon buckets. no ° Lard —Compound, per lb lic 4 Lard—Pure, per ib 24^c Fat Back, per lb y Cheese —American mild, per 1b ....3i-c 4 Flour—Gold Medal, 12 lb rack ..83c “ ' “ “ 24* “ “ 11-79 1 98 “ 1 |6;48 4 Flour—Sherwood M : lls, 13 lb sack... V3c 7 .. .. • 24 •• " $l-45 ■ <• 4B“ “ ....$2,89 2 “ “ 98“ “ $5.77 All Tobacco, packages and cuts 9p J Give us a trial and be convinced. \ Mitchellville Stores Co. MITCHELLVILLE, MD.