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The Prince George's enquirer and southern Maryland advertiser. (Upper Marlborough, Md.) 1882-1925, September 02, 1921, Image 2

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UFPEH MARLBORO’, ML).;
Phone 2-R.
(Entered as second' class matter at
Upper Marlboro, Md. Postotlice.)
FKKU. SASSOEK, - - Editoe
SAMUEL A. WTVILL - Publishes
Friday, September 2, 1921
Notice to Creditors
fItHIS is to give notice, that the un
_L dersigned has obtained from the
Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s
County, letters of administration upon
the personal estate of
JOHN R. SCHULTZ
late of Prince George’s county, deceas
ed. All persons having claims against
said deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers
thereon legally authenticated on or be
fore the 20? h day f February, 1922, or
they may otherwise by law be excluded
from all benefits of said estate. All
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 16th day
of August, 1921.
JOHN W. SCHULTZ
Administrator of John R.Schultz, de
ceased
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jjjj would like very much to have von
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(Hi mailing laundry or dry cleaning Jjjj
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8"" per, and we will return our clean (jti
laundry in substantial boxes.
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Notice to Creditors
THIS is to give notice, that the un
dersigned has obtained from the
Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s
County, letters of administration upon
the personal estate of ,
CHARLES H. DALE
late of Prince George’s county deceas
ed. All persons bavins claims against
said deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers there
on legally authenticated on or before
the 20th day of February, 1922, or they
may otherwise by law be excluded
from all benefits of said estate. All
persons indebted to said estate are ro
quested to make immediate payment.
Given under my baud this 16th day of
August, 1920.
GEORGE A. DALE
Administrator of Charles Dale, deceas
ed. Aug 19th
Recommended
by Every User
‘ I have had my Delco-Light
for more than three years and it
has given such satisfaction that I
do not hesitate to recommend
it to anyone wanting good, de
pendable electric sendee.”—Mr.
J. F. Marshall, Bryon Center,
Mich.
Write for Catalog
W. V. REED
AUEXT
906 Jefferson St.
BRIGHTWOOD. D. C.
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STATE OF MARYLAND
State Roads Commission
Notice to Contractors
SEALED PROPOSALS for building *
the following bridge.
Prince George’s County; Contract
P—3l. Sing e 31' Scan Heiulorced
Concrete GTder Bridge over Hensons
Creek.
will be received by the State Roads
Commission, at its offices, 601 Garrett
Building, Baltimore, Maryland, until
12 M. on the 13lh day of September
1921, at which time and plat e they will
be publicly opened and read.
Bids must be made upon the blank
proposal form which, with specifications
and plans will he furuisbed.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 certified 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 j
of the General Assembly of Maryland, 1
respecting contracts.
The Commission reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. C
BY ORDER of the State Roads Com
mission this 22 day of August 1921.
J. N. MACKALL, Chairman s
L. H.STEUART, Secretary, £
Andrew J. Grimes & Sons !
UNDERTAKERS !!
EM6ALMERS I
AQUASCO - - MD. j
AUTO HEARSE i
ALL CALLS GIVEN PROMPT AND i i
PERSONAL ATTEN T I ON, ! 2
R E G A R D L E SS OF
D I ST A NCE. j I
FIRST CLASS WORK i
DONE AT MODERATE CHARGES. J
| ST. BARNABAS’ CHURCH J
Leeland, Md. £
I A OktriUnt Party S
Will be held on the Grounds of
S Guild Hall, Leeland J
On Labor Day, September sth J
Commencing at 3 P. M.
hJf SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS—Base Ball Games - #
/Jt Dancing - Good Music - Chicken Supper -
lces - Etc. Come and spend a happy day.
# ADMISSION FREE J
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||AT TIC SUNDAY AT
I j\ O 3:30 and 8:15 P, M.
■ Shuberf Attractions thereafter.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Second Big Week
OF THE
Most Famous Cinema of All Time
“THE FOUR
HORSEMEN
OF THE APOCALYPSE”
By Vincente Belasco Ibanez
A REX INGRAM PRODUCTION
Enacted by the Greatest Cast in History, Comprising
More Than 12,500, Including the 50 Principal Characters.
Will Be Seen by the Whole World With a Wringing of Hearts
and a Resolute Determination That Wars Must Cease to be.
ALL SEATS RESERVED
Dm/ a >e , C Eves., Sat. and Sun. Mat., 50c, 75c, $l.OO, $1.50.
rKILtO. Daily Matinees, 25c. 50c, 75c. $l.OO.
■——
That Car You Want
But haven’t had the necessary cash to buy is
ready for you now at the CITY MOTOR CAR
COMPANY’S salesroom for
$2OO CASH
The balance payable in eight to twelve months on easy
terms. We finance our own deals on a straight 6 per cent
basis AND THERE ARE NO EXTRA CHARGES. Don’t
fail to avail yourself of these extraordinary Bargains.
1920 COMET TOURING
1920 DIXIE TOURING
1920 DIXIE ROADSTERS
1920 DIXIE SEDAN
Cord tires ahd wire wheels
1917 OVERLAND TOURING
1917 CHANDLER TOURING
Two brand-new Comet Trucks—ton and half —
very cheap to quick buyer.
Here is an apportunity to get something
worth while at a reasonable price.
City Motor Car Co. Inc.
1220 W. Mount Royal Ave. Baltimore, Md
Don’t fail to see
—THE—
miHV HEAD
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Sr pi. 8-9-10, 1921
Naval Providing Ground,
Indian Head, Maryland
The Big Even of Charles County
Competition in Exhibits open to all White People of Charles
County.
024 Classes in Livestock, Poultry, Farm. Garden and Orchard
Products—Food, Fancy Work, Art, Curies, etc.
Fine Program of Daily Sports, Races, Ball-games, Band con
certs, Side-shows, Free Movies, Dances on 9th and 10th.
Excellent meals and lunches served. Amusements and In
struction. One ticket 35 cents admits to all exhibits, sports and
games.
L TEETH CAUSE OTHER ACHES
i Beading my Ladies’ Home Journal I find the following paragraph: “A r
man suffered from acute rheumatism. He went ■
a from one doctor to another without relief. Pin- Z
£ n|ly lie went to his dentist one day to have his r
L fixed. A blind abscess was found, which a
■ P was opened and cured. Immediately his rheu- Z
£ % M [„r matism disappeared.”
/ This is only one of thousands of cases com- ■
■ ingto light that prove bad teeth are a cause of other aches than tooth- Z
| ache. Dental cure heads them >ff.
I DR. FITZGERALD DENTISTS f
L Established 20 Years R
7 433 NINTH STREET N. W. WASHINGTON F) C ■
I Just above Garden Theatre TT noillllU IUB, U. U, P
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♦ CAN YOU AFFORD to go with- S
J out a car any longer when Fords J
S are selling at the new low prices? 5
There is no reason now why you
% should delay purchasing a Ford
# Car, Ford Truck or Fordson Trac- #
f tor * f
W" We are in a position now to make almost immed- .
iate delivery on all makes of Ford Cars and Tractors.
0 We take care of all necessary adjustments on new
cars free of charge.
a We have one of the largest and finest garages in a
X Southern Maryland. All work will be properly taken X
X care of and fully guaranteed.
1 Clinton Motor Co. I
2 THOS. S, GWYNN, Prop. CLINTON, MD. J
#♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦#♦<#♦
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i MEN’S CLOTHING I
4 WITH CHARACTER \
I The beginning of Autumn is close at hand, and this store is full of 9
■ it, Autumn Novelties everywhere. We want to remi ml you that this a
T is the place to come when ready tc purchase your Fall Suit not only be- \
I cause we can show you the choicest and best selected slock of Fall Suits 9
■ in the town, but because we can save you good money and lots of it. 4
7 Men and Young Men’s Suits J
| Single breasted, semi-conservative 3 button model, breast welt, \
' lower flaps, vent in center of back, sleeves with neat vent and 8 buttons. ■
s Full lined with mohair. C
I $22.50 $25.00 $29.00 *
Z YOUNG MEN’S LATEST MODEL SUITS *
m| 2 Button double breasted with sem -peaked lapels, breast pocket ■
K welt, outside cast and lower flaps, hook vent in center of back, sleeves Z
9 with open vent and 2 buttons, full and oue half inch, ex ension seams 9
■ piped Large variety of patterns ■
- 2 $27.50 $29.00 $32.00 4
\ BOY’S DURABLE SCHOOL SUITS I
■ Coats—Norfolf belter, yoke back with inverted center plait, breast 9
| pocket welt, two lower flaps, detachable all around belt finished with 4
\ 2 buttons and button holes, plain sleeves with 2 buttons; full lined with \
■ serviceable twill. 9
I Pants—full Knickerbocker, 4 pockets, 4 belt loops full lined. But- 4
/ tons and button holes at knee. \
■ WITH AND WITHOUT EXTRA PANTS in a large variety of 9
fa fancy Grey mixtures, Navy Serge, Brown and Blue Smooth faced 4
/ Cassimeres with a neat striped effect.
I $6.50 $7.98 $9.50 $ll.OO J
SHIRTS, HATS, SHOES HOSIERY etc .most seasonable fashions, £
9 at popular Prices. ?
A full and up-to-date line of School Supplies and Stationery.
9 Give us a trial on some of your Furniture, Rugs, Floor Coverings 9
4 el c -i fur the Home requirement. A large assortment to choose from at 6
' reasonable prices.
Z We are Headquarters for Fancy and Staple Groceries, Provisions L
l etc. Remember we deliver to your door. Give us a trial. 2
M.J.&M.R.EDUVrrCH
■ Southern Maryland’s Largest Department Store 5
Z. upper marlboro’, md y
| Galvan-1
I ized I
j Roofingj
I 6, 7,8, 9,10 &12 ft. lengths I
I I $6,50 per Sq, I
■ 1 TERMS—Cash on delivery
ap
■ X Price subject to change without notice
I THE MARLBORO I
I IMPLEMENT CO. |
J UPPER MARLBORO, MD. J||
8 J SERVICE SAFETY f
] | ROLL OF HONOR TRUST COMPANY I
j MARLBORO BANK OF i
SOUTHERN MARYLAND TRUST CO. i
j | Capital and Surplus $210000.00 i
5 occu Py in S their new Bank Building opposite the c
| Court House offers exceptional facilities for serving
your banking requirements, ®
4 4° o Interest oil SAVINGS DEPOSITS, e
* compounded semi-annually
* Burgular proof safe deposit boxes for ient. {
The following well-known and substantial *
4 citizens constitute the Board of Directors : ® i
3 W. Seaton Belt A. O. Dille W. C. Hopkins f 4
4 J. Edwaid Linger George T. Duva ll M. Cary McNab ®
® Herman E. Burgess John T. Fisher Mary E. Myers f
x James C. Chaney Dr. L. A. Griffith George N. Wells e i
v Vy. S. Collins Julian S. Hall Wm. H. Wyville 4
t Wiliam h. brooke, m. cary mcnab, a i
* Cashier. President e 4
§ /. 4
' A a A A A AA. A A. A A A As AAs A A A A A A A A A A W
Camels are made for Men who
Think for Themselves
Such folks know real quality—and DEMAND it.
They prefer Camels because Camels give them the
smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buy—because
they love the mild, rich flavor of choicest tobaccos,
perfectly blended—and because Camels leave NO
CIGARETTY AFTERTASTE.
Like every man who does his own thinking, you
_ want tobacco in your cigarettes. You’ll find it
And, mind you, no flashy package just for show.
No , ext . ra wrappers! No costly frills! These things
* m P r °ve the smoke any more than premiums
But QUALITY! Listen! That’s CAMELS I
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Three Parties To A
Telephone Call
i
’’f 'T DC if Always well to remember that good telephone serv
ice dfiSS RQt depend entirely upon the operator.
fifes*#,
- There are two other parsons involved —the person
calling and the person answering—and over their move
ments the operator has no control, She may do her part
very efficiently, but unless the others co-operate, the best
results will not be had. .ji i * - - . .iter—J
It is not the fault of the operator, for instance, if the
calling party, relying on his memory, calls for a wrong
number or hangs up his receiver in the middle of a conver
sation. Neither is it the fault of the operator if the called
party fails to answer promptly or is already engaged in
conversation with another person. L
|p;3* Good telephone operating is brought about by co
operation on the part of the party calling, the operator and
the party called.
0
The Chesapeake Potomac
Telephone Company
R. G. Hunt, District Manager V. : 'i
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BE SURE
1337 D ST. S. E., WASHINGTON, D. C*
PHONE LINCOLN 9900
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41 DENTIST ►
4 I wish to announce that 1 have
opened a Dental Office in Seat
' Pleasant, Md., (District Line). j
* OFFICE HOURS ►
i 8.30 A. M. - 6 P. M. ► i
< 7.30 P. M. - 9 P. M. y j
JJOHN B. COPPING, D. D. S. >
• A AM ?
* DEAF ?
* At last the ideal Ear Phone, *
$ No matter what your previous J
X experience has been, we can help S
# you to hear clearly with a new ♦
J SILVERTONE phone. ’Call or write. 9
I f GLOBE PHONE J*tFG. CO. $
9 Brownley Bldg. 13th fc F Stt. N.W. X
Washington, d. c.
IN OTICE TO REDITORS
mu IS is to give notice, that the un-
X signed has obtained from the
Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s
Oountv, letters testamentary upon
the personal estate of
LUCY C. SASSCER
' late of Prince George’s county, deceas
j ed. All persons having claims against
) said deceased are hen by warned to tx
hibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof lega.ly authenticated on or be
fore the 13th day of February, 1922, of
they may otherwise by law be excluded
i from all benefits of said estate. All
I persons indebted to said estate are re
i quested to make immediate payment,
* Given under my hand this 3rd day o{
! August, 1920.
FREDERICK SASSCER
Administrator of Lucy C. SASSCER,
deceased. Aug. 12
4 Phone Main 5373 ►
i Cornell Wall Paper Co. ►
(Incorporated)
< 714 13th St. N.W., Washington. D. C. r
4 Wall Paper. Window Shade, y
■ £> raparie. mtaoor
4 Amin. Painting y
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