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Cura! an ft Prrunua
Friday, July 21, 1922
—An important business meetin
of the Home and School Associatio
- wiiibeheld at the High School thi
evening, fuly 31st, at 8 o’clook. A]
patrons and interested citizens ar
earnestly requested to be present.
M . Bird McCeney was recent!,
operated on tor the purpose of remov
log a growth of bone from his leg. W
understand the operation was success
ful mil that he will soon be able to re
turn home.
—Due to heavy rains above and arourn
Us the Western and Goilingtoh Branch
es had the high -at water here on Frida;
last for many years. For the first time
since the Stale road was built, iht
water was over the road at Coate’i
and between the brtdges 1
traffic was cut off for several hours
the wafrr there being very swift am
about four feet deep.
—Tne Ladies’of the C hur ch of tin
Atonement at Cheltenham will hold ar
Ice Cream and Sandwich sale, on Fri
days July 28lh, in the Church Grove,
Ad are cordially invited to attend; pro
ceeds to go toward Parish support; be
ginning at 4 p. m. If raining next fait
d-y. x
—Ttre annual Tournament and Base
Bali Garni vl l at St. Peter’s Church,
near Waldorf, Tuesday, August 21.
$75 awarded in prizss. Everything will
be done for your pleasure. Admission
5u cents.
, In Memoriam
In loving remembrance of my wife,
Bessie, who departed this life one year
ago lodayr June 17, 193 T.
I often sit an<! think of you,
When I am ali alone)
For memory is the only friend,
‘ That grief can call its own.
We cannot understand why we must
part
From those we love so dear,
But God, who doeth all things well
Will sometime moke it clear.
—By her husband, J. Keener Scott.
Order of .Ratification
LEONARD J. MATHER and
LUCIUS Q. C. LAMAR, Trustees
vs.
SILVER HILL SAND AND CEMENT
PRODUCTS COMP AN Y
in the Circuit Court for Prince
George’s County, Mil.
' Equity N->. 5767
ORDERED ibis 19tU day of July.
4923 that the Auditor’s Report aud
Account V. tilyd in Hi’s c m,e be
ratified aud continued unless cause to
the contrary be s.iowu on or before
the 7tb day of August 1982;.provided a
Copy of this order be inserted in some
uew>piper published in Prince George’s
County once in each of two successive
wetks before the said 7th day of Aug
ust 1922.
SUMMERFIELD D. HALL, Clerk
ofslbe Circuit Court for Prince George’s
CoUuty.
Copy —Test:
8. D. HALL, Clerk July2l
Registration Officers
Vansviile District, No. I—d,1 —d, Jolm W.
Beall; r, Cbas. B. Church,
Bladcnsburg District, No. 2 —d, Wm-
H. Aeaubei l.cu; r, Geoi ge G. Wiseman.
Marlboro District. No. 3—d, Jos. V.
W >Vi 11; r, Guy M. Coale.
Nottingham District, No. 4—d, J
E. Baden; r. Win E. Duvall.
Piscalaway D.strict. No. s—d, Jas.
R Edeleu; r, Jos. F. A. Murphy.
Spaulding District, No. O—J,0 —J, J. E
Tolsot; r, W E. Suit.
Queen Aim.: District, No.7—d, Hern
don Peach; r, E. P. Hamilton.
Aquasco D.sUict, No. B—ti, J. Amos
Davis; r, BoykinE. Watson.
Suirails District, No. 9—d, P. O.
Miller; r, John O. Dennison.
Laurel District, No. 10, Ist Prec.—d,
L. C. Donaldson; r. Clay J. Halverson
2ud. prec.—tl, Bert Aytou; r, Wm, H.
Dorsey, /
Brandywine Dislric’, No. 11 —d,
Wm. H. Lusby; r, Grimes,
(Cedarvilie.)
Oxon Hil District, No. 12—d, Wal
ter M Gumes; r, Herbert Talbert.
Kent District, No. Id—d. Early S.
Garrick; r, Charles Bummers.
Bowie District, No; 14 —d, W. D.
Lcilch; r, Wm A. Cioss.
M livvood District, No. 15—d, Louis
E. Branson; r. Lake E. Duley.
Hyallsville District, No. 16—d, Wm.
G. Key worth; r, T. 11. Espey, Br.,
Ch ilium Disinci, No. 17, Ist prec.—
d, Frank Grown; r, G. W. Hughes.
Chiilum Distnci, No. 17, 2 id. prec
—d, V ctor E. Vollaud; r, W. H. Smith.
beat Pleasant District, No. 18—1st
prec—J, O. A. Adams; r, 11. E. Denni
son. ‘
2nd prec—d, I. I. Main; r, F. A.Vau-
Ktulh.
lliverdale District, No, 19 —d, R. B.
Hayes; r, A. B. Gamedeil.
(janham District, No. 20 —d, Chat Its
L. Houser, r, Cassius Grande 1.
Berwyn District, No. 21—d, A. A.
Burch; r, C. K. Rulgway.
GEORGE S. DOVE
LE PAGE CRON MILLER
V\M. B. FEN WU K
Supervisors of Electioi
By "order of the Board—
J.' J. FINK. Clerk
Notice to Creditors
flldlS is to give notice, that the un
-8 signed has obtained from tin
Upturns’ Court of Prince Geoige’s Coun
ty, letters of administration upon 'be
personal estate of
KAI HEKINE A. WINCHELL
late of Prince George’s county, deceas
ed. • Ali 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 18th day of January 1923, or they
may otherwise by law be excluded
from ali benefits of said estate. All
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment
Given under rny hand this 6ih day
of July, 1922. .
EDWARD K. WINCHELL
Administrator of Katherine A. Winch
ed deceased. July 14.
Notice to Creditors
millS is to give notice, that the uuder
jL signed has obtained from the Oi
phans’ Court of Prince George’s Coun
ty, letters testamentary upon the
personal estate of
EMMA MAGRUDER WRIGHT
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 7th day of January, 1923, or they
may otherwise by law be excluded from
all benefits of said estate. Ail persons in
debted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment. Given un
der my hand this 27th day of June,
1923.
THOMAS A. JOHNSON
Executor of Emma Magruder Wright,
deceased July?.
u
il BREVITIES
—Miss Florence Tuttle, of Eastport,
Long Island, spent a few days lasi
week at the home of Prof. Howland.
—The Marlboro base ball club will
'£> , play Clinton club here, on Sunday, July
jn I 23rd.
id | —SPECIAL DANCE in St. Barnabas’
Hall, Leeland, Md., on Saturday, July
ie 29th, a! BP. M. Good Music, Refresh-
I ments. Admission 50 cents.
>y : —The Marlboro Athletic Clnh will
v- ! hold a dance in Masonic Hall, here, Sat
fe urday evening, July 22nd, beginning
g _ ! at 8.30 o’clock. Special music. The
public is cordially invited.
e- j
—Hon. David 1. Lewis, candidate-for
I 1 United States Senate, was here on
Wednesday in the interest of his cam
ii-
! paign.
iy p
1P i —Mas. R. E. Terry and daughter, of
I Washington, and sister, Miss Katherine
| Tuttle, of Eastport, L 1., spent Sun
il day with Prof. Howland and family.
s. j - The Circuit Court here was en
id gaged Tuesday in taking the testimony
of Mrs B. F. Duckett in her suit for
, e alimony against Mr. Duckett, who is
n the proprietor of the Farmers’ Hotel,
i- —Mrs. Virginia Peters Parkhursf,
a . of Berwyn, has announced herself a
)- candidate for Congieas in the Detno
i- cratic Primaries
r —The White Pitnic this year at
Woodmore, Md., is ami >u iced for
e August 2nd, while the one at White
, marsh will be on the 23rd of the same
I. i month.
—Dr. Chas. A. Wells, of Hyattsville,
1 president of the First National Bank
Maryland, has returned
from a visit to Salt Lake City and oth
er places in the West.
> —The White People of Ascension
r Church, Bowie, Md., will hold their
annual Picnic on Saturday, August 12-
It is expected the famous Ackerman
Orchaatra of Washington, will play
on the occasion.
-*-Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Magruder are
summering at W inchester Place, West
minster, Cirroll county, Maryland.
—SPECIAL DANCE in Sf. Barnabas’
Hall, Leeland on Saturday, July 29th,
at 8 P. M. Good Music, Refreshments,
Admission 50 cents.
—Mr. James H. Goldsmith of West
wood, < xhibited at our office Saturday
an ir voice of sales of eight hogshead
of tobacco which were sold by the
Maryland Tobacco Growers’ Associa
tion on July 12th. Two of the hogs
he ids brought 52 cents, two, 514 cents
and the lowest price (received was 18
cents. .They averaged 40$ cents, which
is the best average we have ever heard,
of, even during the War. The eight
hogsheads netted Mr., Goldsmith
$244911. %
FOR SALE
75 bn. of Groit Cow peas and 25 bu.
of Whippoorwill. Price $2.25 per bu.
FENNO BROS,
s Nottingham, Md.
WANTED
WANTED—tenant for 1923 for farm
> three miles from Marlboro, with oi
Without team. APPLY AT THIS
OFFICE.
L. G. BASSCER, Attorney
Notice to Creditors
'IdHIS is to give notice, that the un-
L ciersigned has obtained from the
Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s
County, letters testamentary upon the
personal estate of
WILLIAM N. SCOTT
late of Piince George’s county deceas
ed. All persons having claims against
said de< eased are hereby warned lots
tiibil the same, with the vouchers there
on legally authenticated on or before
the 24th day of Dec< ml er, 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 20lh day oi
June 1922.
FLORENCE R. SCOTT,
Executrix of William N. Scatl deceas
ed. June 23rd.
N oTicE to Creditors
11HIS is to give notice, that the uu
. dersigued has obtained from the
■ Orphans’ Court of Prince George’s
County, letters of administration upon
the personal estate of
ANNIE R. SWANN
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 30th day of December 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 baud this 22ud day
’ June, 1923.
RICHARD J, SWANN
Administrator of Annie Swann deceas
ed. June 30.
Trustees’ Sale
of valuable
Improved Prgperty
IN BRENTWOOD
‘ PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MD.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of a
decree of the Circuit Court fo
( Prince George’s County, Maryland
passed in the case of Nina Snipes,
„ Plaintiff, vs. Lula Blackwell, et al.,
J, defendants, being Equity No. 5720, the
) undersigned trustee will offer for sale
I at the Court House door in the town
I of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, on
Tuesday, the 23 th day of
t July, 1922
At the hour of 11.30 A. M.,
all those pieces, parcels ir tracts of
ground aud premises, situate, lying
' and being in said county, described as
Lots Nos. Four (4) and Five (5) in
Block “B”, in the subdivision Jcuown
as Holladay Co’s Addition to High
. lands, as per plat recorded in Liber J.
. W. B. No. 5, Folio SGS, one of the
Land Records of said county.
This property is improved by a frame
dwelling of five rooms and needs seme
repairs, but will make a good home.
TERMS OF SALE
as provided by’ said decree —One-third
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 any, to be secured to the
satisfaction of the undersigned. Con
veyancing, revenue stamps, etc., at the
cost of purchaser or purchasers. A
deposit of |400.00 will be required on
’ day of sale.
C. FRANCIS OWENS, Trustee,
, Hyattsville, Maryland, or
1301 H St. N. W., Washington, D. C.
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T. VAN CLAGETT, Solicitor
UIiDEJ OF P UCLIGATION
JOSEPH V. WYVILL.Jh., Plaintiff
VS.
MARGARET LOUISE ARMSTRONG.
. Infant, James Edward Armstrong,
Infant, Albert Henry Armstrong, in
taat; Edith Armstrong and others.
Defendants
In the Circuit Court for Prince
George’s County in Equity
No. 5770 Equity
rPHRI ORJECT of this suit is to have
X a contract of sale between the
Plaintiff and the widow and heirs at
law of Henry P. Armstrong, deceased,
for a tract of laud containing twenty
acres of land, in Spaldings District,
Prince George’s County, Stale of Mary
land, and on the Washington-Upper
Marlboro State road and adjoining the
property of Beane and others, finally
ratified and confirmed by ibis Honora
ble Court; the contract of sale being
tiled as Plaintiff’s Exhibit No. 1 with
the Bill of Complaint, and for distri
bution amongst the parties interested.
The Bill of Complaint states in de
tail as to the widow and heirs at law of
Henry P. Armstrong, deceased, and
amongst said heirs at law are the De
fendants Edith Armstrong, widow of
James E. Armstrong, a deceased son of
the said Henry P. Armstrong, and the
Defendants, James Edward Armstrong,
infant, Margaret Louise Armstrong, in
fant, and Albert Henry Armstrong,
infant,, children of the said James E
Armstrong deceased. The other heirs
at law of the said Henry p Armstrong
arc a son George C. Armstioug, a sou
Wallace Armstrong, a daughter Irene
Matthews, a daughter Eleanor Lowe, a
sou Wilbur N. Armstrong, a son Lewis
U. Armstrong, a sou Harry Armstrong,
a son Hugh Perry Armstrong, and a
widow Sarah fi. Armstiong, Defend
ants in tbe case, and the respective
husbands and wives, aie also named as
Defendants in said case.
The bill of Complaint states that said
property is not susceptible of division
in kind amongst the parties in interest
without loss and injury to them and
each of them, and that it will be to th L e
benefit and advantage of sa.d parties
to have said contract of sale finally rat. j
ified and continued by this honomblej -
Court, the purchase price being tweu
tj -five hundred dollais, payable in full
upon the giving of the deed to be given
by a Tiusiee or Trustees to be named
hy this Honorable Court. The Bi 1 al
so states tha’ Ibe Defendants Edith
Armstrong, Margaret Louise Arms
stiong, inlaid, James Edward Aiun
slroug, infant and Albert Henry Aim.
stioug, infant, are non-residents of !he.
Stale of Maryland.
It is thereupon on this 29th day o!
June, 1932, oidered by the Cucuil
Court for Piince Geoitre’s County in
Equity, that the Plaintiff by causing a
copy of this order to be inserted in some
uewspaner published in Prince George’s
County, M il) lane, once a week in
each of tour successive weeks before
the 29tb day of July, 1932. giving no
tice to the said Edith Armstiong, Mai
garet Louise Armstiong, infant, James
Edward Armstrong, infant, ami
AMa rt Henry Aiius;ioug r , infant, of Uu
object and substance of this BUI,
warning them and each of them
to appear in this Court, in person oi
by Solicitor on or behne August 17lb
1932, to show cause, if any she, he or
they may Lave why a decree ought not
ij be passetl as prayed.
[SUMMERFIELD D. HALL
Clerk of the'Circuit Court for Prince
George’s County Maryland.
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%PW / W to cover 100 sq. ft.
Ix 6 Wainscoting, good, beaded one (1) side $5 per 100 ft.
One-half inch No. 2 Beaded Ceiling, at $2.75 per 100 ft.
dM * - ■ OUR SPECIALTY
Georgia Fine Flooring tssyggn.
&"raask Libbej' & Co.
6ih and New York Avenue, Washington, D. C,
ESTABLISHED 1524 (ALL BTPEFT CARS TRANSFER TO OUR YARDS)
*34B]
F. 0.8. DETROIT
NEW PRICE
You have never before had the |
opportunity of securing as much I
motor car value at so low a
price! Take advantage of this
] opportunity and place your order
now when you can obtain
prompt delivery. |
Terms if desired - I
Now is the timt to put in your order }||
Clinton Motor Co, I
THOS. S. GWYNN. Prop. ✓ |l!
CLINTON - MD. |
OVER
4 Million Dollars
ON DEPOSIT
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 11, 1922
RESOURCES LIAILITIES
Loans & Investments.s272,B42 09 Capital Stock, Surplus
Overdrafts 10.63 and Undivided Prof-
Due from other Banks its...'. 25,166 10
other than reserve.. 2,067.21 Deposits 282,874.34
Cash and Reserve 33,120.51 Due to other Banks .. None
Total 308,040744 Total T“3087040.44
The Officials and Directors of this growing Institution
wish to express their sincere thanks'to all of its patrons
and friends for their business and co-operation which have
helped make possible the above creditable report.
Since opening for business, a little over two years ago,
our growth has far exceeded our expectations. We feel
t that this is largely due to the fact that w* never fail to take
care of our patrons in every reasonable way. V
Why not join this growing Institution and thus help us
to be more useful to you and our community? A share of
your business is solicited and will be appreciated.
Upper Marlboro Branch
I OF |
The Eastern Shore Trust Co.
RITCHIE BROTHERS
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
RITCHIE, MD.
Successors to Scott Armstrong Automobile Hearse
PHONE, MARLBORO, ?2F13
Prompt Service, Regardless of Distance Charges Moderate
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