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UPPER MARLBORO’, MD.
Phone 2-R \
(Entered as second: class matter at
Upper Marlboro, Md. Postofflce.)
FttaJ>. BASSOEB, - - ® DITO *
BAMUEL A. WYVIIiL - Publish** 1
TERMS —$I*oo per year. Single copies sce t>U
■7~AU correspOHi'ence with this olHce ghouKl
a Mresgmt to “Tub ENqoIRBR.” _
Friday, June 30, 1922
i
THE GREAT UNDERWEIGHT '
DELUSION
The current issue of the New ,
York Medical Journal has an j
article on “Standards for Malnu- (
trition,” which the layman 1
might very well take to heart,
says the Baltimore American.
During the last generation there
has been an effective and much
needed movement in the direct
ion of better nutrition. It was
discovered that many children
of school age were under-nour
ished, and it was generally as
sumed that this condition was
only to be found in poor districts.
At a somewhat later period it
became the fashion for doctors,
after a certain preparatory treat
ment, to put their patients in a
number of cases on a more gen
erous diet calculated to increase
their weight and, when declar
ing them cured, to dismiss
them with the Semphatic instruc
tion to £keep their weight up.
Concurrently, from many lay
sources, the public began to be
advised to weigh itself regular
ly, and weighing machines
(which frequently allowed a few
pounds extra so that the custom
er might go away pleased, for it
is the people who are not too stout
who usually wish to know their
avoirdupois) to appear at every
corner. For children and adults
alike it was assumed that th/ere
was a certain normal standard
of weight to which people of a
certain age and height should
✓ conform.
Hence arpse what Charles K.
Taylor, copiously 'quoted from in
the article mentioned calls “The
Great Underweight Delusion."
In the first 'place, it has been
found by actual observation that
many children from well
to-do districts are under nourish
ed, not because they do not get
enough to eat, but because they
eat the wrong kind of food. In
the second place, there is a very
obvious fallacy contained in the
notion that there is a standard
weight for humans of a certain
age.
“It is just as normal and
healthy” (says Mr. Taylor) “for
some children to be more slender
than the average, and for others
to be stocky or thick-set, as for
others to approximate that aver
age. that it is a matter of inher
ited type of build, and all we
need to do is to see that a child
is properly developed for his or
her normal type of build. The
point is not ‘what does the child
weigh’? but Ts the childhealth
y’? When a child is healthy,
when a child is in good condition,
amF particularly when that
child’s muscles are not flab
by, but firm and efficient, then
we may be sure that the child’s
weigh is correct, no matter
what it is, and our work, then,
is merely to see that a child has
a physical development corres
nerraing to his or her type of
build.”
Precisely the same holds good
for adults, many of whom would
be much better off and, though
it may seem paradoxical, would
increase in weignt if they ate
less.
Notice of Estray
ONE SORREL HORSE, weight
about 1000 lbs. Came to my place
on or about June 16, 1922.
Owner will please come forward,
prove property and pay charges as oth
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to law.
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O RDER OF KaTIFICATION
JAMES M. MUN ROE, ASSIGNEE
vs
GEORGE L ALCORN
BERTHA H. ALCORN, hi wife
In the Circuit Court for Prince George’s
County, Maryland
No 5760 Equity
ORDERED by the Circuit {Court for
Prince George’s County, Man
land, this 29th day of June, 1922,
that the sale of the properly mentioned
in these proceedings made and report- j
ed hy Jamas M Munrue. assignee, be j
ratified and confirmed unless cause to j
tha contrary thereof be shown on or j
before the 22nd day of July next, pro
vided a copy of this order be inserted
in some newspaper published in Print#
George’s County, Md., once in each of
three successive weeks before the 22nd
day of July next. (
SUMMERFIELD D. HALL.
Clerk of the G‘. C’. for Prince Geor
ge’s County.
T-ne Copy Test:
S. D Hall, Clerk June 30
Order of Publioation ■
MARY j. LEONARD
vs.
WILLIAM A. LEONARD, and the
the “Unknown Heirs, if any, of
RICHARD FRENCH, dec’d.’ t
In the Circuit Court for Prince George’s
County, Md.
No. 5774 Equity '
THE OBJECT of this suit is to pro- j
cure a decree for the sale of cer- .
tain real estate in the village of Hy- ]
attsville, known as Lot No. 9on the t
Plat of Johnson and Wine’s First Addt- >
tion to Hyatlsville, and to distribute t
the proceeds of sale under the C( urt s >
direction *, . ~
The Bid recites: That Mchau 1
Leonard, late of Baltimore City, d. - i
ceased, was in his lifetime seized and i
possessed of a trac of land situated in i
the village of Hyallsv He. Pnnc* I
George’s Countv, Maryland, located in •
the corner of Wine and Ralston Avc
uues, and known and designated as Lot.
No, 9on the Plat of Johnson and 1
Wine’s First Addition to Hyat'svil.c;
that said Michael Leonard acq.tred i
title to said lot of ground as the so.e
heir at law of one Richard French
who came to America from Ireland
and resided in Baltimore Ci y until (
his death on July 24th, 1891 at the age
of sixty-three; that said Hichaid i
French having departed this life intes- i
tate. seized and possessed of the above
described-lot, was survived only by
said Michael Leonard, who was the
steo-child of said Richard French, and
the father of the parties to tins suit,
and that the title of said lot of ground,
by virtue of the inheritance laws of
the State of Maryland, vested in said
Michael Leonard.
That said Richard French left sur
viving him, so far as the Plaintiff
knows, neither children, nor descend
ants of any, nor brothers or sisters,
nor descendants of any, nor father
nor mother, nor paternal or maternal
grandparents, or widow, and tb a t “is
only surviving heir was said Michael
Leonard, a step-child, who was the
only child of his wife, Mary Ann
Leonard, by a former husband, he
the said Richard French, being married
to said widow, Mary Ann Leonard,
shortly alter her widowhood; that the
Plaintiff believes, however, that it
would be advisable and desirable, even
tho she knows of no other heir of said
Richard French, and has, on the contra
ry been informed that he was survived
by' no such other heir, to publish a no
tice of this proceeding directed unto
“the unknown heirs, if any, of Richard
French;” that upon the death of said
Richard French on July 34, 1891, the
said Michael Leonard entered into the
possession of the lot of ground above
described, and has held the same since
said time and up until his death, when
the Plaintiff and the Defendant took
possession of said lot and have held the
same since the death of their father:
that said Michael Leonard being seized
and possessed of the aforesaid lot of
ground, departed this life on or about
the 18th day of February, 1920, intes
tate, leaving surviving him as his onlv
heirs at law two children, the Plaintiff
Maiy J. Leonard, who is of full age,
and resides in Baltimore City, Mar\-
land, and the Defendant, William A.
Leonard, also of full age and residing
in the city of Baltimore.
That the aforesaid real estate is not
susceptible of partition without mater
ial loss and injury to the parties entit
led to interest therein, and that in or
der to make division of said interest,
it will be necessary that said real estate
be sold and the proceeds thereof divid
ed among the parties according to
their several interests.
It is thereupon ordered by the Cir
cuit Court for Prince George’s County
in Equity, this 15* h day of June, 1922,
that the Plaintiff. Mary J. Leonard, by
causing acopy of this order to be in
serted in some newspaper published
in Prince George’s Count v once a week
for four successive weeks, before the
23rd day day of July, 1922, give notice
to the “unknown heirs, if any, of Rich
ard French”, of the object and sub
stance of this bill, warning them
and each of them, to be audanpear >n
this Honorable Cnu't, in person or by
Solicitor, on or bf fore the Bth day of
August, 1922, to show cause, if any they
have, why a decree should not be
passed as prayed.
SUMMERFIELD D. HALL
Clerk of Ct. Ct for Prince George’s
County, Md.
True copy, test:
S. D. HALL, Clerk Juue22
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an improved real estate in Prince
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NOTICE
Supervisors of Election for
Prince George s County
Chapter 1 22, Acts 1920.
An act to create and establish
a new Election District, known
as Lanham District, No. 20.
Beginning at a point on the Pennsyl
vania Rail-road directly South of the
junction of Bladcnsbttig & A nna Polis
Stage road and the road leading to Ard
wick and running North 7220 feet pass
ing across the intersection of the above
mentioned road to the Riverdale Dis
trict line, then with the East line of
said dictrict N. 87 degrees 30 minutes
E. 650 feet, N. 20 degrees, 15 minutes,
E. 649.0 feet North 2477 feet to a stone
marked P. 8.. than N. 25 degrees, 35
minutes E. 1480 feet N. 4 degrees 10
minutes, W. 2200 feet, then leaving the
Riverdale District line N. 1 degree, PL
3445 feet to a small branch inVansville
District, then N. 60 degrees 30 minutes
E. 1000 feet, N, 27 degrees 40 'minutes
E. 600 feet, N. 87 degrees 10 minutes
E. 1384 feet, then S. 79 degrees4s min
utes E. 2754 feet to a stone marked B.
M 2, then through the Bowie District
S. 74 degrees 25 minutes E 10207 ft. to
the Pennsylvania Rail-road at a Small
Cn’vert East of Seabrook, then through
Bowie District South 18729 feet to a
point South of the TArdwick-Lots-Ford
road in Kent District and then running
N. 81 degrees 100 minutes W. 7273 feet
with the Northern Boundary of the old
Roberts farms to a stone marked L O 4
—the S. W. corner of C. C Crandle’s
land, then N. 75 degrees 30 minutes
W. 9883 to the beginning.
GEORGE S. DOVE
LE PAGE CRONMILLER
VVM. B. FENWICK
Supervisors of Election
By order of tne Board—
J. J. FINK, Clerk
Order of Ratificaton
LEONARn.I. MATHER and LUCIUS
Q. C. LAMAR, Trustees
SILVER HILL SAND and CEMENT
PRODUCTS COMPANY
In the Circuit Court fo” Prince George’s
County. Maryland
Equity No. 5767
ORDERED by the Circuit Court for ‘
Prince George’s County, Maryland,
that the sale of the property mention
ed in these proceedings, made and re- 1
ported by Leonard J. Mather and Lu
cius Q. C Lamar, trustees, be ratified
and confirmed, unless cause to the con
trary thereof be shown on or before
the 7th day of July next; provided a
copy of this order be inserted in some
newspaper published in Prince Geor
ge’s County,* once in each of three
successive weeks before the 7th day
July next.
The report slates the amount of sale
to be one for $7,200, subject to a mort
gage for tlie principal sum of $4,250.
SUMMERFIELD D. HALL
Clerk of the Circuit Court for Prince
George’s County, Md.
True copy Test :
S. D. HALL, Clerk June 16
Order of .Ratification
W. P. L°CKWOOD, Assignee of
Mortgage
vs.
GIACOMA COCCI A, unmarried
In the Circuit Court for Prince
George’s County, Maryland.
Equity No. 5353
ORDERED this 21st day of June 1922,
in the Circuit Couit of Prince
George’s County, Maryland, holding in
Equity, that the sale of the mortgaged
real estate, and reported by 'V. P.
Lockwood, Assignee of said mortgage,
be ratified and confirmed unless cause
to the contrary be shown on or before
the 22ud day of July, 1922. provided a
■copy of this order he published in some
newspaper in Prince George’s County,
once in each of the three successive
weeks before the 22uddayof July 1922
The report stales the amount of the
sale to be seven hundred ‘and fifty
dollars ($750).
S. D. HALL, Clerk, Circuit
Court for Prince George’s County.
TrueCopy—Tent;
S. D. HALL, Clerk June 23
Order of Ratification
MAY HILL DUNN
vs.
CHARLES CARROLL DUNN, ct al.
In the Circuit Court for Prince Geor
ge’s County, Maryland.
No. 5626Bquity
ORDERED this 22ud day of June,
1922 that the Auditor’s Report and
Account A filed in th : s cause -be
ratified and confirmed unless cause to
the contrary be shown on or before
the 17th day of July, 1922; provided a
copy of this order be inserted in some
newspaper published in Prince George’s
County once in each of two successive
weeks before the said 17lh day of July,
1922
SUMMERFIELD D HALL
Clerk Circuit Court for Prince George’s
County.
True copy test:
S. D. HALL. Clerk
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rjJHIS is to give notice, that the ttn-
X dersigned has obtained front the
Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s
County, letters testamentary upon I lie
- personal estate of
WILLIAM N. SCOTT
late of Prince' George’s county deeeas
ed. All persons having claims against
said d.et eased are hereby warned to ex
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on legally authenticated on or before
the 24th day of Dectint er, 1922, or they
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Executrix of William N. Scatt deceas
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Trustees* Sale !
OF VALUABLE . li
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Improved 1 roperty
IN BRENTWOOD
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MD.[|
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of a
decree of the Circuit Court for
Prince George’s County, Maryland, |g
passed in tbe case, of Nina Snipes, H
Plaintiff, vs. Lula Blackwell, et al., ■
lefeudants, being Equity No. 5720, the ||
andersigued trustee will offer for sale y|
it the Court House door iu the town p
of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, on ||
| Tuesday, the 25th day of
July. 1922
At tbe hour of 11.30 A. M., ||
all those pieces, parcels < r tracts of
ground and premises, situate, lying
and being in sa>d county, described as ||
Lots Nos. Four (4) and Five (5) in 1|
Block “B”, in the subdivision known m
as Holladay Co’s Addition to High- |i
lauds, as per plat recorded iu Liber J. M
W- B. No. 5, Folio 568, one of the y
Laud Records of said county. *
This property is improved by a frame ||
dwelling of live rooms and needs seme y
repairs, but will make a good home. jg
TERMS OF SALE T
as provided by said decree —One-third J
cash, one-third one year and one third
in two years, or all cash at the option _
of the purchaser or purchasers, deferred
payments, if auy, to be secured to the y
satisfaction of the undersigned. Cu- .
veyancing, revenue stamps, etc., at the
cost of purchaser or purchasers. A £
deposit of $400.00 will be required on
day of sale. i
C. FRANCIS OWENS. Trustee, f
Hyaltsville, Maryland, or i
1301 H St. N. W., Washington, D. C-
JN otice to Creditors *
fTIHIS is to give notice, that the uc
-1 dersigued has obtained from the i
Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s ,
County, letters of administration upon
the personal estate of
ANNIER. SWANN <
late of Prince Ucorge’a county, dece.as- <
ed. All persons having claims against
■aid deceased are hereby warned to ex- <
lilblt the same, with the vouchers (
thereou legally authenticated on or be
fore the 30;h Jay of December 1922. oi 1
they may otherwise by law' be excluded (
from all benefits of said estate. Al
persons indebted to said estate are re- 1
quested to make immediate payment ,
Given under :ny hand this 22nd da>
June, 1922. 1
RICHARD J. SWANN
Administrator of Auuie Swann deccas- ,
ed. June 30.
L. G. SASSUER, Solicitor,
Upper Mat I boro, Mil.
Order of .Publication
JOSEPH ALBERT SMITH.VIain iff. |
• vs.
MABEL ESTELLA ENNIS, alias
MABEL ESTELLA SMITH Defendant
In the Circuit Court for Prince ]
George’s County, 51d.
Equity # No. 5772
fpHE OBJECT of this suit is to have
JL this Court determine the valid
ity of a marriage ceremony betweei
the Plaintiff and the Defend .ut per
formed by the Reverend Shears oi
November 10th, IS/17, and have the sail
marriage ceremony declared null am
void. *
The Bill iu subtance states:
That the Plaintiff is now a resident
of Friuce George’s Couuly, Maryland,
and has been an actual and boua iid>
resident of the said Stale and Count.'
all of his life, and that the Uefeudau
is a resident of the District of Colum
bia. *
That the Defendant on or about th<
12th day July, 1915, was married to t.
certain James Elmer Eunis who is uow
living and not divorced from the sab
Defendant but is uow conducting
proceedings iu this Court fur a divoic
from the said Mabel Estella Euuis
alias Mabel Estella Smith.
That ou November 10th, 1917, tin
Defendant represented to your Plan;
tiff that she was a widow aud thereb
fauduleutly induced your petitioner t
marry her, the said Mabel Estell
Eunis, alias Mabel Estella Smith, am
that on that day to wit, November 10th,
1917, your petitioner aud the said Mabel
Estella Euuis, alias Mabel Estel
Smith, attempted to contract a mai
riage and the Reverend Shears v
Forestville, Maryland, went througi
the usual marriage ceremony with you
petitioner and the said Defendant.
That your petitioner and Defeudan
lived together for a few months afte
the said ce/emony aud iu April, 1918.
ihe Defendant abandoned your petit
ioned aud he has not seen her since tha
time.
The Bill prays that the said marriage
ceremonymay.be declared null am
void.
It is thereupon this 15th day of June,
1922, adjudged aud ordered by theCii
cuit Court for Prince George’s Couul>,
Maryland, that tl e Plaintiff by eausiiu
a copy of this order to be inserted ii
some newspaper published in Prim'
George’s County, Maryland, once it
each of four successive weeks before
the 15th day of July next, to give no
tice to said absent non-resident defend
ant of the object of this suit and warn
ing her to appear in this Court in per
son or by solicitor on or before tin
31st day of July, 1922, to show cause
if afly she has, why the said marriagi
ceremony should not be declared nul
and void as prayed.
SUMMERFIELD D. HALL, 'ClerU
of the Circuit Court for Prince Qeorge’t
County.
Copy—Test:
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