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Friday, October 7. i
The Womans Club |J
f OF M
Mellwood District $
Toe meeting of the Womans Ciuo of
Mal.vood District, at the Masonic Hall
in Ma-iboro, was .in several ways'
most eventful. It was the first meet
ing held outside of Melwood District,
but he membership of the Club has be
come so much broader than it was a
year ago, that it almost hazards the
prediction thai we may yet count our
Club to be a Southern Maryland Club.
The ntxt meeting will be hell at
Howieville the home of Miss Mamie
Berry. The appearance of the t lub
paper, THE NEWS, also marked this
meeting. Toe first number was of
course rather an informal issue, for it
was thought wiser to receive the ap
proval of the Club before copyright
ing ihe paper. This will be done im
mediately, and the paper will come in
its permanent form in its next issue.
This is the first paper wiitten and ed
ited by women, for women, in the dome
and club life in Maryland—certainly
in Prince George’s County. Very nat
urally its influence wil be a great
one.
The address by Prof. Gibson was
not only interesting, but was inspiring,
for he made member sing. In
cidentally, he paid a very high tribute
to Maryland saying that this State is
by iar the most beautiful of any of the
many States which he has visited. Prof
Gibson urged tiie Club to taka rteps
necessary to form a musical center in
the Club. This will ptobably be begun
at our next meeting.
The Clinton Bank
We call attention to the adveitise
ment of the Clinton Bank appearing in
in this issue.
Its remarkable growth in so short a
time must be very gratifying to its
officials. It. is not necessary to say
that it is rendering a great service to
the public and especially to the resi
dents of that section.
Banking institutions undoubtedly pro
mote thrift and many are induced to
put in the Savings Account money
which otherwise would be wasted
This bank is admirably located, as the
Clinton community has made a rapid
growth during the last few years, and
gives promise of further development
in the near future.
Under the able management that has
characterized it in the past we predict
that this Bank will make still further
progress and that it will soon become
one of ihe most prosperous institutions
in this section of the State.
Westphalia Communi y Fair
Exhibits of all kinds, including fruit,
vegetable, kuc.ien, & iaun products tu
fa i.co, Ssw.ng and fancy work. En
tertainment will be offered each even
ing. No admission charge.
. In Memoriam
In loving remembrance of our dear
mother, Sai ah A. VV aters, beloved wile
oi the late A illiam C. Waters, of Not
tingham, Md., Ahodied two years ago
too ay, October 4th, 1919.
Though gone from our view, the
beauty of her virtues remains uudmr
md, as the setting sun leaves its
glory to our view.
“How blest are they who always keep
The pure and perfect way,
Wno never from the sacred paths
Of God’s comments stiay.”
Wedding Bells
A very pretty wedding took place on
Wecnesday September 28th, at 5:00
P. M. at Marvin M. E. Cuurch, Wash
ington, D, C., when Miss Edythe E.
Cooke and Mr. Gale Feaster were joiu
ed in marriage by the Rev. G. M.
Hesesr.
The church was tastefully decorat- j
ed with palms and ferns and preceding i
the ceremony u ouet was lendered by j
Misses Neli Blauut and Lillie Hunt!, j
Tne words of the song “At Dawning ’, j
seemed to create just tde proper at- j
mosphere for the enactment ot the [
simple, sweet ceremony.
To the strains of Lohengrin’s Wed- j
ding March the bridal party entered, J
using both aisles Oi the church and i
meeting at the chancel. The party |
consisted of Messrs. Samuel F. and j
Elmon R. Cooke, ushers, hi others of |
the b.ide, Miss Edna I. Cook, siste., i
who attenued the bride,-and vir. Louis J
H. Arming ton, wbo attended the groom. ;
The bride was attired in a suit of j
navy blue tricotine, with hat, shoes |
ana tur of brown, and wore a corsage i
ot butteifly roses and hilies of the vol
ley, Kei sister also wore a nav> blue
sui , with a corsage oi red roses.
The biidal couple left immediately
for an extended trip to Chicago ami
the West. 'Upon their return, they will
make their home in Washington.
Miss Cooke is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. F. Cooke, of Townshend,
of this county.
Clinton Hems
The Clinton Bank Team journeyed to
Indian Head on Sunday last and look
them in the camp in the score 11 to 9.
Last ball game of the season—lndian
Head and Clinton, at Clinton, Sunday,
October 9th, at 2:3<>.
The family of M'. Tom Moore, of
near Clinton, suffeied a severe accident
in Washingion on Saturday when a
street car at 14th and Columbia Road
struck them and came near killing one
of the family, and the others are suf
fering from injuries.
HoW’s This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hah’s Catarrh Medicine.
Hall’s Catarrh Medicine has been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty
five years, and has become known as the
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall’r
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi
son from the Blood and healing the dis
eased portions.
After you have taken Hall’s Catarrh
Medicine for a short time you will see a
srt eat Improvement in your genera!
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine at once and get nd of catarrh. Send
for testimonials, free.
F J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Order of Ratification
MARGARET E OGDEN, et a!
VS
ELIZABETH J. '■ MOORE, et a]
In the Circuit Court for Prince George’s
County, Maryland.
No. 5510 Equity.
ORDERED this sth day of Oclober
1921 that the Auditor’s Report and
Account A filed iu this cause b rati
fied and confirmed unless cause to 'he
contraiy be shown on before the 24th
October, 1921; provided a copy
of this order be inserted in s me news
paper published iu Prince Ge rg
County once in each of two successive
weeks before the said24th day <1 (•■'"-
ber 1921.
SUMMERFIELD D. HALT,
Clerk, Circuit Court for
Prince George’s County, Md.
True Copy—Test:
S, D. HALL, Cle.k. Oc', . !i
BREVITIES
Card Party and dance will be given
bv fe M ulboro High chool in i\ aior
: ic Hali, Saturday, Oclober 15th, be-’
ginning at 8 p. m. Darrock’s music.
L Admission 50 cents.
K —Card Party and Supper and Dance
j] at Gibbons’ Hall, Saturday, October
> 220 d, for the benefit of St. Anthony’s
Church, North Reach, Md. To be given
f! by the Parishioners of the Church
I from Washington, D. C. Good music,
i —A surprise . miscellaneous shower
’ I
, I was given in honor of Miss Sarah A.
• Brown, of Bowie, Md., September 27, ]
1 at the residence of Mrs. J. P. Moriai
, ity, 120 11 Si N.E., Washington, D. C.
Miss Brown was married on Tuesday-■
1 lust to Mr. Charles P. Brown, of Sea- ]
bio 'k.
Oysters will be served at the Farmers
• Hotel from now on, at any time, any
i-.yle. ]
B F. Duckett, Prop
—Advertisement.
A Pretty Wedding K
On Saturday last a pretty wedding \
was that of Miss Margaret Catherine
Beall, daughter of Judge and Mrs.
Filmore Beall, and Mr. Thomas Ry- g
land Buchanan of Staunton, son of Mr.
Brodus B. Buchanan, of S aunton, Va.
The ceremony was performed at 5
ciock in the country estate of the bride s
parents, Alta Vista, at Beltsville, Md., (
by the Rev., E. V _ K ; h 11 of Johns
town, Pa., assisten Oj U .h 1 . Whit
tig of Beltsville, Md. Miss Valletta I
Risdell of Johnstown, Pa,, was maid of
honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss
Hilda Berkey of Pittsburg, Miss Susie t
Beall and Miss Evelyn Hail of Belts
ville. Little Miss Ann Dove Moffett
of Washington was flower girl. Mr. ,
Thobourne Roane of Baltimore was the *
best, man, and the ushers were Mr. r
Mihon Townsend and Messrs. Perkins
oi Maryland.
Mrs. John Beall of Beltsville played •.
the wedding music.
An improvised altar was erected be- Ti
neath a giant oak on the lawn, before
which the ceremony was performed, E
and in the house golden rod and au
tumn leaves were used for the decora
tion. E
Agricultural Nates F
SEED CORN: Now is the time to
select your sted corn, before the corn
i- cut and put into shocks. Take a bag
and go thru’ the field pulling the ears m
that are located on the stalks at the B
tamper hpight and the stalk not too V
iaige for the ear. Be sure the ear
has a short shank, and is indited to
ward tiie ground and well covered with
husk. After ihe corn is cut and loft
ed in the crib it is impossible to select
in ear for seed that is properly locat
ed on a desirable stalk. The ear mav
, ive been inclined toward the ekv,
thereby allowing rain to run down the
nusk around the ear which often causes
same to decay.
W. B. POSEY,
County Agent.
I ® ¥ | i
I Nnus I i
i THE OFFICIAL ORGAN | 3
Qf THE lljj Hli
| Ifimmuiß (Club of j |
| JKrhttnnft District jj* |
#j Published in Melwood jff £•!
J District, Md., |k y
TWICE A MONTH jjj Jj
f MRS. PERCY DUVALL. Editor. Mt m
i! MISS MAUD GIBBONS. jjj jjj
Associate Editor, (Jjj m
: MRS. JOHN H. TRABAND. HN ;Hj
Circulation Manager, [jjj jjj
; tn MRS. HAL CLAGETT, i* m
Advertising Director, (Ht (fH
i * MISS ALICE DUVALL, jj}} jjj
| Home Economics Dept.
j ijj Subscriptions should be sent to jjj %
j J-j Mrs. John H. Traband, Upper JJJ!
! it Marlboro, Md. jjj J
! ;;| One Doll -ir a Year uu B
i tit 10c for the single copy. *-
i I
I Notice to (Jre-ditors I
|
! > r HIB is to give notice, that the un- 9
| t dersigned has obtained from the 5
j Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s
j County, letters of administration upon
; • ie personal estate of ;
ROSALIE B. BOWIE
oiie of Pi luce George’s county deceas
ed. All persons having claims against
-aid de< eased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers there
on legally authenticated on or before
he 7ih day of April. 1922, or the y
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,
i*i yen under my hand this 4ih day of
October, 1921.
VV. BEALL BOWIE
Administrator of Rosalie B Bowie, de
co used Oct 7th.
Farmers’ Exchange
’ Send your ad. and wauls to the Office ;
>f County Ageul, Upper Marlboro, i
i Md
1 FOR SALE
Pair of Mules weight 9e)u ibs., $250.
00. Leaps Prolific seed wheat $1.25
per bu. Chas. 8. Binger, Upper
Marlboro, Md.
I Purple Straw seed wheat, $1.50 per
i bu., fine quality, Joseph Blandford,
Biandywire, Md
j 'S Rhode Island Red liens, 1 yr. old.
, White Leghorn and Rhode Island
’ Red roosters, this year’s chickens;
i prices reasonable, j. H. Blandford,
• e Brandywine. Md.
sow in d un, 18 months old, wt. 200 I
ibs., $20.00;
| 1 sow 21 yi.us (dd, wt 350 lbs. $85.00;
i j i boar, 18 months, wt 250 lbs., $15.0#;
,! 1 Registered ,Lur n- 80.. r, 14 mouths
j old, w . 250 lbs., $25.00 Chas. F.
r Doiuoff, Meadows, M .
WANTED
I Woman, slightly past middle age, for
, house work. Box 47, Clinton, Md.
To buy or hire a disc wheat drill, at
once. E 8. McCeney, Upper Marl
boro, Ml.
Phone Main 5373 ;
i Cornell Wall Paper Co. y
i p? (Incorporated) k
'■ 714 13th St. N.W.. Washington, D. C, 1
Wall Paperr. Window Shades W
1 Draperies Interior f
I' Awninscs Painting A
’> DENTIST K
v\4 V
1 wish to announce that 1 have
1 opened a Dental Office in Seat C
N Pleasant, Aid., (District Line). r
OFFICE HOURS r
4 8.80 A. M. - 6 P. M. ►
J 7.30 P. M. - 9 P. M. L
} JOHN B. COPPING, D. D. S. L
NEW IDEA PIPE
LESS FURNACES
BISHOPRIC BOARD
ELASTICA BOARD
CORTRIGHT
METAL SHINGLES
POTOMAC SLATE
SURFACE ROOFING
STOVES. RANGES
AND FURNACES
Wood Burning Stoves and Air
Tight Heaters
STEAM AND HOT
WATER BOILERS
SHEET METALS
CONDUCTOR PIPE
AND ELBOWS
EAVES TROUGH AND
HANGERS
ROOFING, PAINTS
AND CEMENTS
ASBESTOS PAPER
CEMENT AND
PIPE COVERING
METAL LATH
METAL CEILINGS
Repairs for Stoves, Ranges,
Furnaces
dot Water and Steam Boilers.
fries Beall X Sharp Co., 100.
736 10th St., N.W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
H Mechanical TI HES:
B Rubber Goods Solid
Belting Cushion
Hose Pneumatic
Packing, Etc.
“Ask for the G. T. M.”
GOODYEAR
Mid-H'ashiugton Service Co.
1602 14-th St. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. G.
Phone, North 366
eS**SS^#***3**xS*#£S*sS
| Wherever You Are jjjj
jj We Can Serve You ffl
jjj In Washington and Vicinity Jjj}
EH —by autos and Wagon. |
jj jjjj
In nearby States— **
by parcel post. jjj
j! Our automobile truck calls in
|i Marlboro on each Friday and we (jjj
wiuld like very m.'cli tolaveyou jjjj
"J on or.i regular mailing list. In y<i
ii mailing laundry oi dry ( leaning jjjj
J to us, wrap it up securely in pa- jjj
Jj per, and we will return our clean m
5 laundry iu substantial boxes. P
1 The Telman Laundry :
Ji f. w. Mackenzie. Mgr. S
lj Cor. 6th and C Sts. N.W., jjj
JJ WASHINGTON - D. C. 3
i OPEN 9:15 A. M. CLOSE 600 P. M. I |
£>. 15 atw lsom C o A \
I "THE BUSY CORNER'* PENNA.AVE.AT 8 TH.ST j
I WASHINGTON, D. C.
FOR MIDSUMMER
LYONS VELVET HATS
If history is to be believed women at one time wore
straw hats in summer, and velvet hats in winter. Wom
an is a creature of moods and by no means dependent
-
upon the weather man to tell her what to wear.
In winter she wears hats of straw or lace —in summer)
; behold, she dons the chapeau of velvet.
>' Because it is becoming almost always, and because it
seems peculiarly adapted to seaside wear we excuse the
inconsistency of lovely woman’s fads, and applaud her in ;
her chic velvet hat though the weather belOO degrees in
the shade.
These new models are in large, medium and small
shapes. The color list includes blue, brown, pheasant, *
i cherry, taups, and black.
The trimmings arc of pin ostrich, in fancy effects.
The Prices And Range I
Begin at up to I
Kami’s—Second Floor
I Hochschild.Kohn BcC°- I
I The Gifts You Buy ||
1 ■ Every Year I
I * How often it is that you can think of nothing “suitable** B
I •' that is within the amount you want to pay!
Christmas, Birthdays, Graduation, Wedding
, Days follow each other in quick succession. Of
* course you like to feel that your gift is carefully
selected and beautifully packed.
r J* ||
Miss Knight will select your gift from the various gift-cor- |j
i ners of the store; the Hochschild, Kohn & Co. Gift Section s
* removes all evidence of price and packs the gift neatly g
and carefully in tissue, places it in a box, and wraps it in fe
IB white paper. From the time the postman hands the pack- t
age to the recipient, that gift surely makes an excellent =|
impression I §
Silver, toilet articles, stationery, pictures, books,
Ribbons, neckwear, gloves, lingerie and choco
i letes—tell Miss Knight the occasion, and describe B
i the person — she will do your gift shopping for f
you. 1
' ;
Hochschild,KoknBcCo. :
[I t BALTIMORE. MD. I
(9) I
xCE OF SALE OF
VALUABLE TIMBER
LAND
I'HIR UNDERSIGNED will offer for
L sale ou
Friday, October 14th, 1921
AT 13 M.
at public auction on the premises the
following described valuable timber
lands situaud about 5 miles southeast
of Washington, near Silver H.H, (lj
miles from District line) -J mile from
Stale highway;
Lots numbered two (2) to twelve (12)
inclusive in a division of the Cole
bro k Farm among the heirs of Ar.lh
on\ Addison, deceased, as mote jiart c
ularly described in deeds
r corded in Liber .1. W. B. No. 31. at
folios 359, 303, 306. 370, 374 and 378,
Prince George’s County records,
Containing 243.97 Acres
MORE OR LESS
Satisfactory terras can be arranged.
Laud is suitable for subdivision.
I. S. D. SAULS, Owner
I 814 District National Bank Bldg.,
W asbington, D. C.
j Notice to Creditors
THIS is to give notice, that the un
signed has obtained from the
i Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s
! Oounlv, letters testamentary upon
I the personal estate of
RICHARD M. WINDSOR
I late of Prince George’s county, deceas
! e l. All persons having claims against,
i s id deceased are hereby warned to ey-
I h;bit Ibe same, with the vouchers
! thereof legally authenticated on or be
I fore the3oth day of Msrah, 1922, of
l they may otherwise by law be excluded
j from all benefits of said estate. AH
l persons indebted to said estate are re-
I quested to make immediate paymeut.
j Given under my baud this 27th day of
t September, 1921.
ALICE WINDSOR
j Executrix of Richard W. Windsor,
E deceased. Sept 3(Kh.
The j
Mel wood 1
Cook Book
I* FOR SALK
PRICE $l.OO
PER COPY
By any member of
THE MELWOOD CLUB
In Marlboro by
MISS MAUDE DUVALL
or by post by
MRS. PERCY DUVALL
Rosaryvilie, Md.
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A New Play
at Poll's
p Mark Twain’s Masterpiece at
T : Rialto —Western Comedy
at Shuberl-Garrick
gg An event of much more than
S 3 ordinary interest and importance is
S 3 the first presentation on any stage
Ig at Pol! ' Sunday Ocf-
S 3 ol>er St!>, of a new play by
g-3 the !<• ' rs of “Iron:-." Hie title
g": of thi. ..Turing is • fSrefcnns. ’ |
I -l and this iit.:.- Mr. M- ntaou ry is
= said to 'mv - drawn ft am im-Mcits
H which took pit?**- during his bey
fl hoot ; :u .N ’.v Eng. :nd. v,he;■■*
H he lived on a farm and knew inti
ll mate!?’ the characters of the play.
I Fox Presents Great Mark Twain
Story
g Mark Twain’s masterpiece, ‘‘A
=f Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s
= Court,” has been made into a
U motion picture on a scale worthy of
3 the subject. Is.-jied as a special
3 production, it will open an engage-
II ment at the Moore’s Rialto Theatre
3 on Sunday, October Oih. the show
-3 iug to continue throughout the
3 week.
g Known to the multitude of Mark
= Twain lovers as “The Yankee," this
3 story is regarded not only as a
I great classic of American humor.
3 but also as a forceful satire direc
-13 ted against those who sigh for the
g "good' old times.” Mark Twain set
3 out to show that the world we live
3 in is the best of all possible worlds,
a and the time we live in is the best
m of all possible times. - * -
Western Comedy
U “Miss Lulu Bett,” which Brock
B Pemberton will present at the
3 Shubert-Garrlck Theatre next week,
P is a three act comedy of Middle
3 Western life. In a small western
11 town with her brother-in-law and
3 her married sister lives Miss Lulu
= Bett, never “strong enough” to take
= a job, yet able to do all the house
-3 work and serve as the family
H drudge. Into her cheerless life
11 comes marriage. Apparently an
= escape from these drab surround
-3 ings. it develops into her , great
3 tragedy, until, finally, through
p patient, enduring heroism, comes
a her release.
Ray Read
g Beginning next Sunday at 3P. M.
3 funny Bay Bead will grace the
3 boards at the New Capitol Theatre
g in the popular Burlesque "Puss
3 puss." Bay Bead heads an all star
3 cast which includes a wonderful
g chorus of many beautiful girls.
Lew Kelly
H Next week at the Gayety Theatre
p will be seen that foremost of Bur
-13 lesque entertainers. Lew Kelly, him
-3 self, with his entire big show. He
3 is bringing along with him this
B time a troupe of eighteeen beautiful
3 girls and Lew, himself, vouches
g for their ages. It is claimed that
g the whole chorus is under IS years
I GAYETY
Beginning Sunday and All Week
1 JACK SINGER Presents
| LEW KELLY SHOW
with
LEW IN PERSON
The Original Prof. Dope
Burlesque’s Foremost Entertainer
| 18 GIRLS ALL UNDER 18
as
IWe Have Hade a Great
Improvement in the Lumber
Business
In place of Common Virginia Pine Joists and Scantling
we give you
Fine Georgia Pine Joist and
Scantling, Dressed on Four
Sides, pr a c tic a iiy the Same Price.
You’ll never buy Virginia Pine again if
you once use our Georgia Pine Lumber
Frank Libbey & Co*
6th and New York Avenue, Washington, D. C.
ESTABLISHED \B2-l (ALL BTPEFT CARS TRANSFER TO OUR YARDS)
- =
| s MOORE’S RIALTO THEATRE v | ■
5UN..2.30P. M. ALL WEEK 11 A. M.-11 P.M.
I untLIAM FOX PRESENTS | |
MARK TWAIN’S I i
g F.VJ WALLED SATIRE | y
I A CONNECTICUT YANKEE 11
IN KING ARTHUR’S COURT 11
i Tho Greatest Screen Production of the Year
A Marvelous, Massive Spectacle
A ORCHESTRA SUBSIDIARIES
m
w V Beginning Sunday and |
IM ( 1 I I 7 W All Week
A Mats. Thurs. and Sat., 2:20
“ SHUBERT ATTRACTIONS * L -* Evenings, 8:20
THE VANDERBILT PRODUCING COMPANY
Presents
A New Musical Comedy
QIiCKENS
By the Authors of “IRENE” Book by Jamee Montgomery
Hwiy Tierney Staged by Julian Mitehell Joseph McCarthy |
Helen Ford, Mabel Ferry. Helen Groody. latura Arnold, Marion Lord. g
Charles Dow Clark, John Junior. Kobert Higgins, Hobart Cavanaugh, John =
Cherry, Robert O’Connor and the Incomparable
VANDERBILT THEATRE BEAUTY CHORUS |
s ni?ht Y SHUBERT - GARRICK J atin .T. •
NIGHT WASHINGTON'S UTTLE THEATRE DE LUXE THuTS. & Sa.,
At B=2o 2- |
Direction Meter*. Shirker I
ALU ROADS LEAD TO THE GARRICK
ANOTHER PRIZE GARRICK OFFERING
After 200 Time* at the Smart Little Belmont Theatre, N. Y. |
BROCK PEMBERTON Presents at the |
Smart Little Garrick, Washington
ZONA GALE'S
MISS LULU BETT
The Play That Won the $l,OOO Pulitzer Prize of Columbia University |
With
CARROLL McCOMAS
And Entire Original New York Cast
Orch., $2.50, $2.00; Balcony, First Row, $2.00; 3 Rows, $1.50; Re- m
mainder $1 & 50c.—Thur. Mat., 50c to $1.50. Sat. Mat., 50c to $2.00 j
CAPITOL THEATRF
THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL
BEGINNING SUNDAY AT 3P. M. EVENINGS AT 8:15 |
“PUSS PUSS” I
WITH
Funny Ray Read
And All Star Cast Some Kitten Chorus

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