The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 22, 1921 · Page 5
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Frederick, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 22, 1921
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THEDAJU' 'The Weather FORECAST UNTIL TOMORROW, 8 P. M. For Maryland.--Fair tonight; W?d nesday partly cloudy and somewh;; colder. THE WORK OF DEATH Miss Mary Kathrene Hoffmeier. MJt* Mary Kathrene Hoffmeier die( yesterday afternoon at about 2.3f o'clock ut her home in Hagerstown after a lingering illness. Miss Hoff meter wa* a daughter of "the late Rev T. Franklin Hoffmeier and Sally An kenoy Hoffmeier. SlM? was born ai Middle-town, was a graduate of Mid die-town high school and Mt. Holyokc College. She lived for u time at Mt 1'leasflut. She was a Latin scholar of ability and held important posts jit schools of hiyh standard. She resigned at Wylceliam Rise, AVashington Conn., in 1920. because of ill health. Two sisters, Emily, at West Chester. Pa., and Helen, Hagerstown, and two brothers, Dr. Frank Hoffmeier. Henry Hoffmeier, Ha'gerstown, survive. Funeral services will be li£ld at IIT home at Culvert Apartments at Hagerstown et 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Burial .will be made in St. Paul's churehysird, near Clearsprins She was a sister of the late Mrs. Upton Sharr°tts, Frederick. FUNERALS The funeral of Nicholas Edward Burns, who died at his home, near Purdum. of heart disease, aged ."M years, took place from his home Thursday alteriioon. af- Mountain View M. P. church. He was a member of the KemptowTi Jr. O. t". A. M. and Damascus I. O. O. F. Rev. A. H. Groen conducted -the services. The pallbearers were: J. Windsor Williams. Newton Poole, A. W. Souder, C. W. Day William E. Warthen. Samuel Watkins Interment in Mountain View cemetery. J. B. Beall was funeral di-, rector. The funeral of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Duvall. of Woodifteld, took place at Damaseu' Saturday afternoon. Damascus cemetery, funeral director. Interment in J. B. BeaU wac- AMONG THE SICK The condition of Mr. Chas. McCurdy, Athletic Park, who has been quits HI, -remains about the same. CONDUCT POST-MORTEM THE DAILY NIW8, FREDERICK, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22,1021. FATAL M I Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank Clerk III Three Days. Body of Colored Girl, Exhumed. Suicide. The body of Stella Smith, the eighteen-year-old negress ot Liberty reported to have died from taking poison, ·will be exhumed todav for a post-mortem examination. The autopsy, which will be performed by Dr Ira J. McCurdy. results from rumors that have gained circulation s'nce the burial of the woman, to the effect that she might have died from some other cause. While the authorities are not in dined to accept the rumors, it was felt that on account of no inquest having been held that a post-mortem examination was the proper procedure, and furthermore that an autopsy would quiet the -rumors that have been circulated in the locality of the girl's home. The body of the girl was found Wednesday morning with a package of poison and a bottle partly filled ,with- a solution of carbolic acid by her side. After a physician had examined tne body and pronounced the victim a suicide, sje was buried tbe same afternoon, without an inquest. Magistrate Jobn J. Hitzclbergcr ex ! PIMPLE IN NOSE THE CAUSE Was Graduate of Boys' High School, Class of 1914, Member of Lynch Lodge, Knights Templar and Re formed Church. Developing blood poisoning from a pimple jn his nose which had been lanced, George L. Feagu. son of Mr and Mrs. U. Vernon Feaga, of Pleas aiit Hill died at his home this morn ing at 11.15 o'clock. He had been In good health until last^week, when' a pimple appeared in Vs nose. The pimple pained him considerably and to get relief he 'went to a physician to have it lanced. The lancing took place late Saturday night and on Sunday morning Mr. Feaga was taken suddenly ill. Blood poisoning developed and he gradually grew worse until this morning The end eame. Mr. Feaga was employed a s a bookkeeper in the Farmers' t(nd Mechanics' National Bank. After the pimple appeared it did not Interfere with his work and he remained on duty until 11 o'clock Saturday night when he decide^ to consult his physi clan and ha,ve the pimple lanced This wa s done and on Sunday morning he became critically ill, and was unab'.e to work on Monday. Being only 26 years old, Mr. Feaga had a br'ght and promising future before him. At the bank he was held In high esteem by -the offlcer s and was weil -liked by the patrons of the Institution who knew him. He war faithful in the performance of his duties and took a great interest in his work. He was a friend of all and was popular 1 among a host of friends. Graduate Boys' High School. He wa s a graduate of, the Boys' High School, class of 1914. During the World War he was a member ot Co. A., 33rd Machine IGun Battalion llth Division. Religiously, he was a member of the Reformed church, being an officer and member of the Reformed church at Pleasant Hill, and also a member of the Grace Reformed church, this city. He was a member of the Catoctin Club, this city. Fraternally he was a. member of Lynch bodge. No. 163, A. F. and A. M., Enoch Chapter. No. 23, R. A. M. Snoch Council. Xo. 10, R. and S. M. lacques de Molay Commandery, No. 4, Knights Templar. Surviving him are hi s parents, two rothers, Reno and Russell Feaga, and one sister, Miss Grace Feaga, all at home. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. C. C. Carty is the funeral director. MARKET FOR PjOTATO "CHIPS FOUND IN WIDE TERRITORY Made' by James E. Ooub and Sold In Towns of Adjoining States. A factory owned and operated by Alderman Jamet) E. Doub. and locat«d at tha west corner of North Curroll and East Patrick streets, opposite tin; postoffk-e, IB manufacturliiK potaw chips, salted poaiuitH, inc.. anu In a territory comprised of Frederlrlc and adjoin.tig counties. The working iorce of the factory is composed of two men and two wom^i employed at the plant itself. Other employes include two salesmen and the operators of two delivery trucks. These trucks make deliveries to "places of business !n Hagerstowu Hancock, and othe'- towns in Washington county, Vnrtinsburg, Berkley Springs, fensph-I'-lst'wn. /Ch.-.-'es Town ji'd Harpers I-ry. W. Vn Gettysburg, Pa., Brunswick, RockviHo LOCAL MENTION CITIZENS NAT. BANK. Gaithersburg, Mt. small extent in Airy, and to a Baltimore. The trucks make weekly visits to there places to deliver notato chips. Vlie factory also does a warcel post bus; ness. This factory had been operated 1 the G. L. Baking Company but was taken over by Mr. Doub in May. Ho stated last night that the business of the factory had grown nicely. It I ; the only potato chip factory in th- county. A Crispelt popcorn confectionery was recently inntallod at the factory. PURELY PERSONAL Misses Catherine Walker and Mir iam Eyster, studentg at Hood College.' spent the week-end at their homes in Chambcrsburg, Pa. , Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rams burg, cf Braddocl;, are now res'dlng at 1443 Massachusetts avenue, N. W.. Washlngtoa. for the winter. S. J. Newcomer, and Mr. Barnett, the latter the manager of. the Cocoa Cola Bottling Works, have been on a trip to Anderson. S. C., and are expected hon^e the latter part of this week. They made the trip south In a Federal truck, which will be left in Anderson. They will return by train. Mrs. Lester Damuth and Miss Hellen Welker, of Washington, D. C., have teen spending the past ten days at the home of Mr and Mrs. George Damuth, Thurmont. Mrs. George Damuth, of Thurmont; Mrs. Lester Damuth and Miss Hellen Welker, of Washington, D. C-, spent Saturday with Mrs. Lester Damutlfs sister, Mrs. Bessie Painter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gittings, naar Harmony Grove, returned home after a week's visit with friends in Washington. Miss Florence Muzzey. m*ar Shepherdstown. who has been the guftrt of her cousin. Miss Laura Sehley Os- bnrn, West Third street, retnrm-d yes- ·tfrdar. PENNA. MASONS HERE Members From Waynesboro Visit Local Lodge. Columbia Lodge, No. 58, A. F. and A. ' Masons, Charles B. Cox, W. M., was host to about thirty Masons from Waynesboro, Pa., last evening. The visiting Masons, most of whom belonged to Acacia Lodge, witnessed the conferring of degrees after which v re freshmen ts were served on the fourth floor of the Masonic Temple. Impromptu remarks were made by visiting and local Masons. Dr. A, Ailee Radcliff was toastmaster. Among the visiting members present were Luke Ashworth, Arthur L. Grove, Charles M. Lecrone, A, Stewart Etter, P. D. Hoover, Blains A. Trimmer, S. Donald Weaver, Thomas F. Klinefelter. Emmert D. Hoffman, J. Garfield Mil'.er, J. Paxton Kisecker. Robert R. Arthur, Lloyd R. Weaver, John Rcrbertson, D. Fmdlay Peters, J. Claif' McCUllcugh, Jules R. Bernard, Jr., Jere D. Shanabaugh, Joseph C. Gorman. Jr.. Louie Heffner. Thomas West. George Henry Leonard, Vincent Kauffman, Charles Myers, Abbott H. Rossznao and William Foust. Plsy Safe--Don't Gamble. Thousands of dollars a yt«ur aro lost hi Frederick county by people trying; to buy (JOLD DOLLARS for i FIFTY CKNTS. We cannot n o i l 1 you one dollar'^ \vorth of Hcasonubic merchandise for f i f t y «'»iitn. but we! cun aim havo always given tbe con-! Hiintpr one dollar's w o r t h of the best lumrhandiNc made by tUe best and \ largest manufacturers In the world JOHN D. HJSNDEIOKflON. for one dollar, first one place. Why thgn shop ai ound another, buy whero tfie goods havf* always been satisfactory and the prices right. We Meet Any and All Com petit Ion. LOWRNSTHMN WKKTH1C1MKK. Uead-to-Foot Outfitters. ' Millinery. Regardless of cost, elegant, up-to- date millinery placed before my cuii- tomer s positively reKaidlesa of cunt. The greatest assortment. You can not afford to miss t h i s sale of uiins-^ ual value. The best line of e h l l - 1 1 ren's hats wo Jiave ever nliu\vn. j Hats remodeled to please. MRS. D. E. KEFAl'VER. Corner Third and Market Sts. Frederick. Md. Till NATIONAL BANK, OR FREDERICK, MD. CAPITAL, 1100,000. BURFLnS, 1300,000. orrioig j. D. BAKES. PresMeat Thanksgiving Market. ' In accordance with the annual custom, the special Thanksgiving Mar- WM. Q. BAKEB ....... Tlce-Pnsldent ket will be held on Wednesday, No- v-mber 23. at 9 a. m. No market will be held on Thanksgiving Day. _ .. H D ' ,,. Ylce-President WM. O. ZIMMERMAN Cashier LUTHER F. HARRISON. Market Master. iAMUBb O. DUYALL..Asst. OashJer Modern six room house, good loea- JOSEPH McDIVIT tions that death was the result of taking poison, he deemed an inquest unnecessary. In the meantime, ru mor s were circulated which resulted in a delegation of colored people calling on State's Attorney Aaron R. Anders, Judge Glenn H. Worthington and Sheriff William O. Wertenbaker i asking that the body be exhumed and | examination made. Judge Wo-thing ton and Mr. Ander? agreed that in tbr absence of an inquest, the proper pro ceedings ucder such circumstances HYMENEAL Miss Page Weds. Miss Mary Addisi of Mr. and GRAIN FREIGHTS CUT 16 PCT Interstate Commerce Commission Rs- fusts Compromise to Carriers. Washington, JCov. 22.--A pos'i-xo order was issued by the inter*'am commerce commission, rofiuh-i'njr niil- roads to put a decrease of :ibout sixteen per cent in hay and frr; in nites into effect on or before Dece.nber 27. The «rder follows up the (]»cinon ari\en October 20 by Hie eo::iTn:=s;on whii-Ji declared grain and liny rate? from the Mississippi valley to the -Tarine const unreasonably high, but which did not cairy compulsory orders. The October decision instructed fhe railroads to make the reductions by November 20, which was not done, because the railroads opened negotiations with the commission, ·jussrestins a 10 per -rent decrease in freight rates on aJI aprif-xilti'ral products be substituted for the larger decrease on grain products nnd !i:iy nlone. The rommi«Kion. by tlie onli-r it Is- tion, immediate possession, bargain.! Apply^to Cramer Stauffer. ' Concert. At Feagavllle Hall, Wednesday, November 23, at 8 p. m.. Benefit Feagaville Musical Association. Ice .Cream On Sale. Thanksgiving Sale. The Faithful Circle Bible Class will hold a Thanksgiving sale in the social rooms of Grace Reformed church, Wednesday, November 23rd, from 2 10 5 o'clock p. m. The usual good things to flnisn out your Thanksgiving needs, canes, rolls, dressed chickens, etc. Also aprons on sale.. Ladies, Look Your Beet. Reduction sale of elegant human iair switches, each and every switch reduced: Match any shade of hair. MRS. D. E. KEFAUVER, Corner Third and Market Sts Frederick. Md. Prepare FOP Summer Tourist*. For sale or rent, large modern, dwelling, well, adapted for small hotel, or large rooming house. For particulars address P. O. Box 525, Frederick, Md. DUUBCTOBB JOHN ·. RAMBBUBQ WM. O. BAKU D. B. KBrAUVBB J. D. BAKBB* THO8. H, CT*T.i.iia 0. H.OONUDT P. L.HABGim J. B. NBWMAN 1. H. QAMBBILL, JB. H. D. BAJUOI MODEL. LKATHKIt ARTICLES Choice pieces in Ludlos* Fine Ilnnd-bagH of 1'ln Koul. Walrun, Cow hide and HiK'ilo leathern. Heiui- tll'ully IlnlNlwMl In Gun-motal or nickel pluted frtiiiKXi. Small coin purses In nil kinds of leathern. French llnlnh arm nurnoH In high colors muko a laming and gift. THOMAB P. UOB. Men's Collar Bags and Travel- ling Manicure CUHOH. There will be no duplicates of those numbers, HO got busy with your Xmua Hat. HAND-MADE MADEIRA. Ono lino of merchandise that nlone puia our Btoro to tho front - a strictly hand-made article on pure, heavy llnon In u g/eiit variety of scarfs, center pieces, ovnls, Doylies and Tray (-overs. OUB UODBBATK 8BRVICH CHARQIJ. Oor ressoubls prlcw s,p- P«*l to penons of jadfamnt. Our Modewto Service Charts ·ppetls to dlsctimlnsrlmt pea* pie who wish to pay 0017 for what they receive. "Vslo* re. ceived" l» tbe motto of this estsbllsbment THOMAS P. RICE, FUNERAL DIRHCTOR. 406 NORTH MARKET STREET. FREDERICK, MD. TELEPHONE B86. ^^~^^^^^^^^s*i **y**^*^^*******p r -i W. H. JOLLDT1. genuine artlclo-i arn uovor fulling Rifts that merit instant appreciation becauso of their usefuInuKH nnd boauty. All prices. "KALYI'SO SRTfl." A famous Antique Venetian cutwork lace In a Grecian pattern deftly put on puro whltu linen forming exquisite Buffet scurfs, servers and small pieces. We cordially ank you to inspect these famous importations and be assured of their excluslvenoHH. JOHN p. HENDflTCKSON. POTTS ft ORIJTIN. Notice. No trespassing with dog or gun on my pond lot. C. E. BURGER. Artist Recjtal. Mr. Phidelah Rice will read, "The n Great Adventure," in Winchester Hall, ,c {Friday, November 25, at 8:15 p. m. Tickets 50c. ORAYSON H. STALKY. Trenpus Signs. Post your Property with News-Post placards. 5 cents each. . For Comfort. New Closed and Touring cars for sued, disregarded tbe rotiipmmisp proposed by the rnilrcids a,id ninke-; tbe larjrcr decreases' on bay and civin mandatory upon t!i«» roads. of Chevy Chase, and Ensign Joseph Cronin, of the battleship Maryland were married at noon today at St John's Episcopal church. West Wash- .ngton. A wedding breakfast follow- Ballenger Farm Sold. Grayson H. Mercer, real estate and {insurance agent, sold for Keefer "GrossnickJe his farm of 60 acres, in- proved with all necessary buildings in Ballenger district, to J. WiUiam Gaver, who gets possession April 1. LOCAL MENTION -d at the home of the bride's , n(s Ensi Cronin w|1 , be s ^ in New Yor k ais winter. par- that a post-morttm should be conducted. examination BROTHERS'JJLOSE CALL Sedan Dashes Into Flying Express and Riders Not Even Scratched. Cflpe May N'ov. 'J2. -- A thrHlinj: -= rape from insinnt d*nth which nniazrc -»ld railrosders wa«? th» S?WH\ ftirm:! »f Ro?*«-n Kurtz and hi* brother, o! «'d in»o : mnninc V» mil^s an boar, at the un ·owrdfd crai]«- Tc«s3nc in Jba! i«vu TTx- brt'll-f-*: \\--ro in n sinuli v h k b bit 'Vird of Jr.iin of Ur" train t«»j»p««e! the to pick up THV 40 j«rrr or. I3n» road I" in all [rate GMfor.--You mns»l t*k» yoai r?n aw.iv from h«r\ M»'J?nj--- this if nr plice for thf-m Mntbcr -- Xow dr7i"t ·von worry th^y -an't "ear nothin" new--their father was * ser geat-oajor, 'e iraa.--London Op in- King--Shenberger. John G. King. Frederick, and M's? Regina Shenberger. daughter o," Harry F. Shenberger. 32 East Church, avenue. York. Pa., were married at ~ Vc-'ock. Wednesday evening, at St Mary's rectory. The ceremony wa? performed by Rev. T. B. Johnson, as sistant pastor. REV King, brother o' the bridegroom, acted as best man anj the bride was attended by 'he' aunt Mrs. Helen Stabley Mr. ant? Mrs. King will reside in York. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mr*. Samnri J. Hi* DC»c«"5E«"jit of tbrtr ·. MiJ«lml J-nninzs. To Mr. C. Fos. of WalkorsriJJ*-. The riM tak« pJao*- iji the near fnlnrt?. ' Cumberland Wants State Policeman From complaints made bv ciliwnf 'nd officTp" r*torts. according to th" r«mbfrlan«l Police Specials For Thanksgiving i Besides the standard flavors we will have: i Bisque, Cherry Bisque. Pistachio. ' Custard, Cherry Custard. Lemon and Orange Ice. Assortment of Individual Ices. And if you want something especially good order Cocoanut Custard. 'Phone 574. The EXCELSIOR SANITARY DAIRY C. F. Rothenhoefer. Prop. Mrs. Bigg's Home-Made Kraut And Mince Meat" GrrnxcERs GROCERY. Pythian Cadets and also a Ball! hire. 'Phone 1034. Office 44 S. Market Street CHARLES H. MILLER, Manager. Public Notice. I wish to inform my customers and the public that I have changed the location of my barber shop to the basement of the Y. M. C. A. building, on Court street. JAMES SKINNER. For Sale. Aaron R. Anders' modern Elm street CRAMER STAUFFER, Agents. home. Special. We are selling our stock at reduced prices including hat veils and hair switches. Some good bargains call before purchasing. A. R. DONALD. Boat Wanted. Apply to A. R. FAVORITE. 244 East Seventh Street i or 'Phone 169-W. AlfTJCit THB FUNERAL. Tbe other day we beard tbe pie SST "Died very suddenly, didn't be?" "Tes indeed! a few days ago be was well juid hearty.- "Too bad" "Rlgbt well off thoszh, I hearr ~WelL people thungbt so--bit when the estate Is settled np. there will not bej much fen. Bverv Uilng bss gone; aatc.Tiiobilist'5. both track drivprs n»l fTK«rafors of jil«asiir« cars. a* »-V,]atinK tho St^te Tiotor both n;ebi and dav inc fomfrs c.f sir»«ts at '· v* siv^fl. "powline on rar- B« «'r«ot«i. an^ tb* Cumber nd I'lff Dojiartmenf is bardicap pd in its «fforts Jo rirev^TjJ ;,' or sr r«ei th« cn'Hv fbor«» For tbf ro. bo'-n a in four Big Masked Ball. Palace Of Dancing. there's tbe _,, "Tes tbe widow win hav« to took j for a Job somewhere or take in work." i FOR SALE. V 8 acres of 'land improved with 7-room house, stable and other necessary outbuildings. Situated near Bloomfield. 4 1-2 acres of land improved with 7-room frame house, .stable and other necessary outbuildings. Situated In New Midway. 40 acre 8 of land, improved with 6-room frame house, barn and other necessary outbuildings. Situated 3 miles east of Woodsboro, near Pleasant Hill school house. 60 acres of land .improved with all good buildings. Situated near Church Hill. 15 1-2 acres of land, unproved with 7-room frame house, barn and other necessary outbuildings. Situated between Lewistown and Hountaindale. 1 1-2 acres of land, situated along the State Road near Lew. istown. 5; acres of land improved with all good buildings, 2 miles from Woodsboro. near Troutvllle. 103 acres of land, improved with all ~ood buildings, situated 3 miles from New Market 16 acres of land. 8 miles from Frederick along the State Road. 28 acre s of land, improved with good buildings. Situated near New London. 140 acres of hind, improved with good farm buildings. Situated near New London. CO acres of land, improved with all good buildings. S miles from Frederick, along the State Road. 18 acres of land, situated 2 miles from Lewistown. along the State Road. 169 acres of land, near Urbana. Store property consisting of a -room house with store adjoining. Situated In Lioganore. GRAYSON H. STALEY. Real Estate. Insurance Frederick. Md. Lot 31x370 ft., improved with fine three story apnrlmvnt house of brick construction. First and third floors each offer live rooms and bath, second floor six room and bath. There are surh additional conveniences us steam beat, two stairways, gas. elec trlclty, and splendid cellar of concrete flooring:. Deep garden sufficient i'Or three families. This property is in the very immediate vicinity of the New Hotef site. Located in fine residence district. 11 room brick house tm lot 200 feet deep. 2 ba'ths, steam heat, electricity, gas and concreted cellar. Rood brick house on Seventh street, containing six rooms. This little property is in splendid condition and attractive at the price. $1650.00. Two 'good six room brick houses. Lot 40x200. Price $1600 each, Good six room single house on Fifth street. $1400. Comparatively new house in Uio town of Petersville,' contains eight rooms and is heated by hot air fur* nace. Fine front and rear porches. SMALL FARM FOR 8ALB. Farm of 15 acres, best of limestone soil, located In best section of Frederick county, ono and one-fourth miles from good town along hard road. An Ideal poultry farm improved with an eight room frame houfio, steam heat and bath. Bplendld well wnter and large cistern, all necessary outbuildings. Huildlngs practically new. This proposition can be bought for less than It would cost to build the buildings. Farm of 240 acres improved with two sets ot buildings, two meadows, two springs. · Located about 2 8-4 miles from Uulon Bridge along hard road. This I* an ideal dairy farm, price right and terms easy. For Full Particulars Apply to W. N. JOLLIFFB, No. 5 West Church Street, Frederick, Maryland. ''Phone 04»4EO. JOHN N. OLA1Y, Good stable, garage and henneries. POTTS ORIFFIN, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. 27 Court St., Frederick, Md. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two fine modern apartment houses, centrally located. Four modern six-room brick homes B. Third street. Seven and eight-room modern, West Third street. Modern nine-room brick, E. Second. Nine-room brick, W. Patrick. Modern six-room brlcK, W. Fourth.* Two six-room brick. W. Fifth. Modern six-room brick, Trail Ave. Six and sevenf-room modern snbur* . ban, and large lots. Modern seven-room brick, suburban, «arly possession. Fine modern- suburban, hardwood floors', garage. FARMS. 245 acres near Woodsboro. MARKWOOD D. MARF. MARKWOOD D. HARP. FOR ftaXJB. 11 £r%F ! }~l ""··from Frederick. ·i ??£££· S?* 1 - W SI ACRES-- Frame h " SO ACRES-- Improved with freoa house. Bsak bara. OB* soils off State Road. I3.MA SS ACRKS--Oood J-Voom BOaM . *"***·* ««* --from Frederick. ACRES-- Well Improved. Pries ACRES-- Seven-room house mm* M ACRES -- Well Unproved. 1-4 sails from railroad and hard road. ·0 ACRES-- Well Improved. l-S 100 ACRES--Improved with brick bouse. All bnlldlnce miles Iron Frederick, oa fcard road. 121 ACRES--Improved with frame hotiB*. new bmak bora. 4*x3 r^et; all neceasmry outbnlldlacs, IS acres 196 188 104 97 60 35 near Woodaboro. near R. R. and State road, near R. R., and State road, near City, limestone road, near church and school, near R. R., and State road, Modern home, near State road. Fine water. Good building*. On State road, near R. R.. and State road. WE WRITE ALL LINES OF INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. MORTGAGE AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. MARK ELL H. NELSON, Manager, Real Estate Department. 28 W. Patrick St. Frederick. Md. REAL E8TATB FARMS AN Cm PROPKRTT All lines In stroa* r~..-- Surety Bonds la the tarcest Cost. panr in tbe United States. TYPKWRITBR8 latest Improved s«lf-sts.rter Remington No. 10. just lately pit OB the market l« the last word la - m««d« rallronfi. 140 ACRES--Good UnproveiasBts. l-S m|]« from State £o*d. $H pet ·ere. 14S ACRES--Improved with (-room house. Paurm well watered. S mites 14« ACRE^Itod*TM 1 * Pl home, l *' t ^Soo« bulldloc*. Teaaot house, 1-4 isdle from railroad sod pike. 104 ACRES--Well ^proved. watered. Splendid dsiry Price SIM per acre. Sl» ACRES--Wall watered. level Fln dairy term. MARKWOOD D. HARP. wen Cam. dance tonight Soim ? to 12 Deep Sea Band. ,N. Y. City. December 2nd pity." URAT9ON H. PROPERTT FOR L 110-acr* tarn «a hard Mv Kifljv wijl he rlw«»d on Thanfcs- Tay GITTINCERS GROCERY at Once.; ^THB UNION CENTRAL LJFE i INSURANCE COMPANY.; Improvement*. taken. month. wh*-n op- are issued cards end Baltimore-Frederick Bus Line. | Lav« City Hotel 8 a, m. and 5 p. m. Lc-ave Baltimore. Howard snd Franklin street*. S a. m. and 1.30 p. m. For reservation cail City Hotel No «. STEWART A. GEISBERT. , P»»ltry Wanted; f«y Hlghs« Pries*.! INVBTS CBOCBRT. SUPERIOR POLICIES. LOW COST. I 13? acres. ·r«4. fruit, Good isiproveveata WM- Come and be yoar own Jadge. PROF". AMOX BURGEE. JOHN T. MORRIS. 210 «cre«. A fam tar aa tat 2S-i«-i4-» acre propwrtlea. that can b* boocht at ri^ht »rtesSL «-room modem hrlck dwell!** Associate Managers, vorthwen section of ^*~ ·""· 1W East Second SU ' * s»«deT« dweoii 1MX ad CM. Cwu* rlter ooniitructlon. "THB . TOR'8 HACWWET becaut* It twTthe ^nalltle. desired by werT £»!***· degree nriver before attained la ypewrlter. The touch of this lEMINOTON is a rerSlmtlo. to « ypist it Is the Ideal touch becatMMklt s exactly adjurted to the as.turs.1 mas- and It or bhone me sn« I will briny -"e to your office on s s - e th « "REMWGTOH . - . . ABLE" for travelers or horn* «·«.-- a*me Keyboard u the regular Remln«. ti-W. CRAMER A Noah E. Cramer. John H. Staofler. RKA^ ESTATK. I/JANS AIO DJSORAKCB. ·UTO. momot, 4 "NBW YORK UTBT ENDOWMENT Policy will pay jew a pera«awrt locom* ot flOO.09 per ooath U yo» are permaacntly disabled by «ccU**t or disease. It will also pay J40.000.0e to yo»r estate It yoo are hurt by *« ·cctdwii acd die wlthlB eixty trr. Setid in tht date of 70* T Mrtb sad find out tbe cost sad ;-articBlan of this snbstantia? lnr«,tinent sad pro- tectlou with tbe old reliable "NSW YORK LIFE" 10. 20. 30, and 10 i««r eodowneat Yours tor serrto*. «. O. BO8XR, · West Kast street ». x. Market 8t home with ponemion. Shaddock «H«i6Ht« We?it Foonh St ) om««. Trail Are, Mo]-rTi T,r,m«., RocVweU Terrace. J brick botise. E. Flfxh St * rraw- Fin- - . finburhan home. E. Third St . rite. w. Patrtrk St n 3«n-nrr- farm. Ttoiir Fair Ground*. l««-nor« farm, n#ar rtica Mllte. *'.-acr'- farm, near 1*tJc* SDlla ^«('-a-r" farm. UAnr Jo«»-nr«u. 12 strc«. f-n Kta:» R rta d ^-»OTO farm, near Rrarfdoe* ,:-2' !r ~ f turn r»ar J-^-a^re T^rm for *«.S JJ-O-ST^ rurm. mion .-.«-a.rr« farm, near . Boll'iinir ?At«, roH. S p Park. Cit:, and Suburba-. l«ai]dlr.s lots. CRAMER A STIVFFKR, * NEWSPAPER!

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