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Pa*e 4 MELVIN JOHNSON, Inc., Publisher* Satorda^lMorning, November 5, 1938 BIG TOP IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL S UNDAY I CHOOL Lesson By HAROLD L. LUNDQUJST. D. D. Dean of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. C Western Newspaper Union. ' Lesson for November 6 ByEDWHEELAN SHOW WAS GOING ON UNDER THE TOR" OH-OH- MY EVES RfczoRBACK. A - A . HELP StCRtTLV GAVE THE. TWRSTV ELEPHANT. ALTA.'A STRANGE DWNK VAJH1CH SHE IMMEDIATELY StpUlPTED. INTO UISFACE" ,( *-v ® Fr.ink Jny MatVty Sjndltati. Inc. AH SHO' SEEN VJOT HAPPENED] UT RJGGOHE IF AH UN'ERSTAN' ITM HEAH AH 15, MtSTAH"CLlP"- V/OT AM DE TROULE?!! OH.NW / CpUiCtf." SPEED / -SET ME TO THE. V HOSPITAL VH/AGON HONORING OUR PARENTS LESSON TEXT--Exodus 20:12; Luke 2: 46-52: John 19:26, 21: Epheslans 6:1-4. GOLDEN TEXT--Honor thy father and Ihy mother: that thy days may be ling upon the land which the Lord thy Cod glveth thce.--Exodus 20:12. The splendid obedience of parents to their children has been pointed out as one of the remarkable developments _of modern life. No, we have not made a mistake in writing or in typesetting. We mean just what we say--the obedience of parents to their children. In all too many homes God's order has been reversed and instead of honoring and obeying their parents, children (both young and old) have taken the place of "boss," and mother and father must obey if they want peace and rest. The need for our lesson of today is both great and acute. The future happiness of hundreds of thousands of children (Eph. 6:3) and the present welfare of thousands of neglected and boss-ridden parents will depend on the intelligence and faithfulness with which this lesson is taught in our churches, and the honesty of heart with which men and women study and receive its truth. I. The Command of God (Exod. 20:12). The first and most important consideration to come before us is-what is the mind and will of the Maker of us all regarding this matter-of the relation between parents and children? His words are plain-we are to "honor" our fathers and our mothers. The word "honor" carries with it a great many things, but perhaps the three outstanding elements are respect, obedience, and affection. We should look up to them with high regard, obey them as long as they have the authority over us, and show true affection for them. n. The Example of Jesus (Luke 2:46-52). The fact that Jesus was God manifest in the flesh only enhances the glory of His conduct. He who is divine presents an example of obedi- "ence and consideration both as boy and man which we do well to emulate. I. As a boy (Luke 2:46-52). The boy Jesus, increasing "in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man," (v. 52) had come to His twelfth year and with His parents had gone up to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover. There moved in His heart the conviction that He must now be about His Father's business--an altogether proper and commendable purpose but one which resulted for the moment in separation from His parents. This was far more serious than a physical separation, for we read that they did not understand Him (v. 50). Tragic indeed are the consequences of our failure to understand our children. Notice, however, that Jesus did not withdraw Himself from their watch care, nor refuse to obey them even though they failed to understand Him. Equally tragic are the Jesuits of hasty and bitter separations brought about by the disobedience of children. 2. As a man (John 19:26, 27), The value of our lesson will be greatly reduced if we see only the responsibility of children while they are young. We are the children of our parents as long as we and they live. Being grown up and having a family of one's own does not relieve one of the precious responsibility oi care for one's parents. Jesus was dying on the cross, His brethren apparently still regarded Him in unbelief, and His mother now needed a son to care for her. Even in His dying agony Jesus remembers to commit her to the care of His beloved disciple, John. One marvels at the carelessness and hardness of heart that will permit men and women who have time and money for everything else and yet will neglect their aged parents and even lii 1926. Western N«wip»p«r Union.) 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Notice the promise that accompanies the command of God (Exod. 20:12; Eph. 6:3). If that is the reward of those who do right, what do you think will be the punishment of those who disobey God? The Admonition of Paul (Eph. 6:1-4). This matter of honoring and obeying parents "is right," says Paul. It is the Lord's way. Only if parents command their children to do wickedness would there be ground for disobedience to parents. Apart from such circumstances every parent has the right to expect the child's obedience. There is tremendously important truth on the other side of the picture. Parents are not to provoke their children to anger, to disrespect or disobedience. How much we need God's grace at that point. It is so easy to say and do things that needlessly irritate our children. It is so convenient to nag at a careless child. Often we expect more of them than their age will justify. We are apt to punish them in a spirit of anger or revenge and thus to destroy the value of discipline. May God help us, who are parents, that we may take to heart this part of our lesson. Our children are our most valuable possession. ADMINISTRATRIX SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL.ESTATE Will on SATURDAY, NOV. 5 commencing at 10 a. m., sell at public sale at the Downes stable in the town of Denton, personal property and real estate of the late Marion H. Downes. Property as follows: PERSONAL PROPERTY One large grain shovel, 17 chicken coops, 1 stable brush, 1 -set of platform scales, 1 set of horse clippers, 3 strings of bells, 10 lb» nails, rubber hose, 1 sleigh, baskets, 2 sets of harness, 1 set of double harness, G horse collars, 2 bridles, 1 wagon, 1 dump wagon, 1 road cart, 30 ft. of 1 in. rope, 2 shovels, baskets, boxes, lot of lumber and framing, fence posts, lot of hay, 1 stove, 1 lounge, 1 desk and office chair, 1 set of de- horncrs, 1 double tree, 1 rocker, 1 box of Flares, 1 vise, 2 axes, 1 sledge hammer and wedge, 1 small International truck, 1 large International truck. LIVE STOCK One pair of mules and 1 horse. REAL ESTATE At the came time and place I will sell the following real estate to wit: All that land or parcel of lot situate, lying and being on the west side of Third street in the town of Denton, Caroline County, Md.. and beginning for the outbounds thereof at a stone on the West side of Third street in said town, said stone being and saws, 1 steel pulley, 2 gal. of steam engine cyl. oil, slab haw and shaft, 1 mill house, No. 2 Geiser saw mill, 1 Nichols and Shcppard engine, saw dust blower, 1 l^-inch belt, 3 rolls of 6 in. belt, cant hooks ami yokes, saw shaft and pulley, 1 smoke stack 14 ft. long, and other things too numerous to mention. Also, 1 shanty, 8 ft. x 12 ft. 1 shanty, 10 ft. x 32 ft.; 1 shanty, 4 ft. X 4 ft. These shanties are lociitc'l near the saw mill. REAL ESTATE At the same time and place I will sell the following Ueal Estate to wit: One hundred and forty-nine acres of timber land in which the suw mill is located. All that piece or parcel of land situate lying and being in the Second Election ' District of Caroline County, on the road leading from Baltimore Corner to Union, adjoining the lands of the late Lawrence U. Towers and others, containing one- hundred and forty-nine acres of land more or less, it being the same land mentioned in a deed from the Commissioners of Caroline County to Marion H, Downes. This land is partly clear, partly in wood and timber. The sale of this land will take place on the premises, on the date above mentioned. This property is worth looking over before the day of sale. Sale will take place rain or shine. TERMS OF SALE Administrator's Sale OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY The undersigned, administrator of 1DC8 PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR OF M A R Y L A N D PROPOSING A M E N D M E N T S TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE WHEREAS, at the January session of thu General Ass'-'miily of iMarylnnd, held in the yccr 1'JJo, an Act was · Come in. See this beautiful, economical homo heatei. Easy to operate. No wicks. No moving mechanical pazts. Circulates clean, healthful warmth throughout the rooms. Requires minimum of care. Tilrihrnun R Taylor, deceased, will nulu '". Ule . I'^.V lj " a -,^ Act wa3 oner and expo c at public sale to the P asscd ' '? Wlt . : Cnaptcr 4W proposing highest blddS-at llJ lute residence of TMTM^;J*£ ^ ,feTM f£ NATIQNAl E S T A T E H E A T R O L A Cash. HATTIE W. DOWNES, set at the end of a line drawn parallel with and fourteen feet south from a blacksmith shop, formerly occupied by Harry Roop, and running thence from said stone parallel with the aforesaid blacksmith shop to a · stone on the brink of the hill near Second street, and thence continuing on in a straight line to Second Street, thence along the east iside of Second Street in a northerly direction to the Choptank River, thence along the east side of said river until it reaches Third Street, thence along- the west side of Third Street in a southerly direction to the stone and place of beginning, containing the quantity whatever it may. It being the same land conveyed by Lawrence B. Towers and wife to the said George T. Redden by deed dated December 30th, 1918, and recorded in Liber L. B. T. No. 80, folio 247, one of the Land Record Books for Caroline County. This property is improved by a very large stable and shed, it has electric lights and running water, known as the Downes Sales Stable. This is the Old Downes Stable in the town of Denton and will be sold immediately after the sale of the Personal Property above mentioned; this is an ideal building for a warehouse, sales stable, garage or private stable. [ WILL SIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING TAXES on the following days and dntos between the hours stated. Pederalsbnrg, Saturday, November Oth 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Covey Williams' Store. American Corner, Thursday, Nov. 10th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Sartain's Store. Greensboro, Saturday, November 12th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Fire House. Rtdgely, Thursday, November 17th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Mitchell's Store. Prestofl, Saturday, November 19tb 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Covey's Store. Hlllsboro, Wednesday, November 23rd 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Thompson's Hardware Store. Henderson, Saturday, November 26th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., J. C. Mclvin's Store. This of lice will be closed at 12 o'clock noon on the above dates SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT, Treasurer of Caroline County. D. RALPH HORSEY HARDWARE Denton, Md. Order Nisi WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Assignee vs. C. CLARENCE DEEN and EMMA F. DEEN. his wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3505 Chy. Ordered, this 27th day of October 1938, that the Sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to thu contrary thereof be shown on or before the 29th day of December next, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County, once in each of four successive weeks, before the 28th day of November next. The report states the amount of sales to be 510,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test:-T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Order Nisi Answer To Last Week's Cross Word Puzzle SEES QBE QDE*M Administratrix Sale of Personal and Real Estate ^IlHEl HHHSI3 ' DEEG DSC] ,3 a EnfflHQ QH EEC3EB QDEjQEl SE3HHSBQ EQEI1E QHEE3 QDEZD tISSE NEWSPAPER! Will on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7 commencing at 10 o'clock, sell at public sale at the Downes saw mill located one mile south from thu stone road from Baltimore Corner .to Golds- bo ro, Md., Personal Property and Real Estate of the late Marion H. DOWTHH. Property as follows: PERSONAL PROPERTY Fourteen lots of lumber, lot of railroad ties, fence posts, 12 cords of pulp wood, lot of coed wood, 1 double edger, 1 pump, 1 stable, tool-house, 4 ft. x 6 ft.; timber wheels, 3 log chains, 3 cross cut saws, box of tools j ICALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Trustee vs. JOHN R. MARINE In The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3490 Chy. Ordered this 24th dny of October 1938, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by CALVERT C. MERRIKEEN, Trustee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 30th day of November next; provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once in each of two successive weeks before the 7th day of November, next. The report states the amount of sales to be $220.53. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. ORDER NISI WM. D. GOULD, 3RD, Assignee vs. JOHN R. HOLLAND and MARY E. HOLLAND, his wife In the Circuit Court for Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3494 Chy. Ordered this Cth day of October 1938, that the sale of the prop r evty mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by WM. D. GOULD, 3RD, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause o the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 8th day of December l!j;!8; provided, n copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once in each of four successive weeks before the 7th day of November l'J38. The report states the amount of sales is $1,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Tilghman F. Taylor, one mile from Denton on the stone road from Denton to Williston, on Monday, November 14, 1938 at 10 o'clock a. m., rain or shine, the following property: LIVE STOCK Twelve cows, ages 3 to 8, all good milkerh. This is an accredited herd, all T. B. tested. 1 bull, 3 year,.; old; I heifer, 2 years old; 1 calf; 1 pair mules, 10 years old, this is a fine pair of mules, weight 1300 Ibs. each; 1 horse, 7 years old, good worker, weight 1100 Ibs.; 5 hog-j; 1 sow; 5 pigs; GO chickens. FARMING IMPLEMENTS Seven tons' mixed hay, 1 rick of stubble hay, 1 stack of stubble hay, 1 set Fairbanks scales, 1 grain fun, 3 r-cythos, 1 shell fork, 1 seeder, 1 block and fall, 1 hog scahler, 1 disc, 12 posts, 1 1-horse plow, 3 cultivators, 9 boards, 1 hog box, 80 cypress posts, 4 trei=tle benches, 4 fence braces, 4 shear poles, 18 iron posts, 6 hen hovels, 1 gasoline pump, 2 spades, 3 milk can;, 2 buckets and strainer, 3 hors"! collars, 2 sets chain harness, 2 pair leather reins, 3 bridles, 3 sets rope harnes. , 2 leather back bands, 5 hay forks, 2 pair rope rcina, 1 lot chain and rope, 1 grain shovel, 2 bu. baskets, 1 coin shcller, 1 tool box and contents, 1 pair sheep shears, 6 corn knives, 75 cedar bean poles, 1 50- tooth drag, 1 land roller, 1 pile stove wood, 1 springtooth, 1 2-horse Oliver plow, 1 hay rake, 1 corn planter, 1 A-drag, 2 milk stools, 2 garden ho-, 2 .shovels, 1 leather whip, 1 feed box and measure, 1 grub hoc, wire stretcher, 1 door track, 24 feet; 1 barn truck, 1 cross-cut saw, 2 plant i-alters and cultivator teeth, 4 1-horse trees, 1 2-horse tree, 1 3-horse tree, 2 timber chains, 2 milk carts, 1 2- horsc wagon, 1 hog rack, 4 rolls Page wire, 2 log chains, 1 19 Oliver plow (new), 1 19 Oliver plow, 1 grain drill, 1 mower, 1 rope, 1 block and fall, 1 hay fork harpoon, 1 wooden keg, 10 gal.; 1 step ladder, 2 rake;, 1 anvil, 4 hand saws, 1 square, 1 axe, 1 grindstone, 1 spirit level, 1 iron vise, 1 oil track, 1 grub hoc, 1 iron shoe last, 2 crow-bars, 5 hog scrapens, 4 hatchets, 3 hammers, 1 pipe wrench, 3 iroi wedges, 1 box carpenter tools, 1 pai tin scissors, 1 hack saw, 1 drawinj knife, 1 lot good bolts, 1 box hook nnd snaps, 1 roll back banding, 1 lo junk, 1 wire clamp, 1 milk house, hen cackle, 1 mail box, 1 new groum plow, 1 bench, 1 sulky cultivator. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Six kitchen chairs, 1 kitchen table 1 kitchen cupboard, 1 kitchen was! stand, 1 Majestic range, 19 yards kitchen linoleum, 1 sewing machine 1 table, 6 dining room chairs, 1 din ing room rug, 10x12; 1 lot kitchen dishes, 1 iron pot, 1 ham boiler, 1 agate pot, 1 griddle, 3 frying pans 1 tea-kettle, 2 lamps, 1 Axminster rug, 1 buffet, 2 small rugs, 1 single bed and bedding, 1 wash bowl and pitcher, 1 gras,5 rug, 1 bed an'd bedding, 1 bureau, 1 wash stand, 2 rockers, G picture frames, 1 bed and bedding, 1 stand, 8 quilts, 1 linoleum rug, 1 chair, 1 lot extra bedding, 4 blankets, 2 lamps, 1 can lard, 1 clothes line, 1 fireplace set, 1 kitchen table, 1 couch, 1 porch rocker, 1 piece linoleum, 2 rockers, 1 table, 1 small rug, 1 clock, 3 pictures, 1 secretary desk and book case, 1 lot knives and forks, 1 lot fruit jars, 3 butcher knives, 3 wash tubs, 1 piece linoleum, 1 piece stove pipe (10 feet), 1 sausage stuffer, 1 roll linoleum, 1 set stove and pipe, 1 sausage grinder, 1 lard cooker, 1 wood stove, and other things too numerous to mention. 1 EARLY 1936 PLYMOUTH AUTOMOBILE This represents the entire lot of personal property belonging to the late Tilghman F. Taylor. TERMS OF SALE Cash on day of sale. SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT, Administrator. Immediately after the above I will offer 1 RCA Victor Battery radio, nearly new; 1 crib 32x54, good condition; 1 Aladdin lamp, 2 kerosene MARY JANE RATHELL. lamps. Auditor's Order Nisi J. DeWEESE CARTER, Trustee vs. CARLTON V. WEST, also known as C. V. WEST In The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3444 Chy. Article J oi the ConSLiLutlon of tho Stava of Maryland, title "Legislative Department," said saction prohibiting the General Assembly from authorizing a lottery, and providing for the submission of sa:d amendment to the qua'ified voters of the State of Maryland for adoption or rejection; and WHEREAS, at the January session of the General AnGcmbly of Maryland, h^ld in the year 10,'!7, an Act v;a'» passed, to wit: Chantc-r JiM proposing to amend .Section :!i of Aiticlu 4, title "Judiciary D;'icrLment", sub-title "Part III--Circuit Courts", of the Cons.itation of this State, to provide an additional jud^e in tiie Second Circuit and to provide for ths EubrnVaion of said r.r.ic-.idmcr.t to the qualified yotais ui thi3 S'.a.te for adoption or rejection; and WHEREAS, at the January session of the General Assembly of Maryland, hold in the year 1037, an Act was passed, to wit: Cliap'.cr 525 proposing an amendment to Article 15 of thu Declaration of Rights of the Constitution of the State of Maryland, authorizing the General Assembly to impose txca on incomes, and providing for the submission of said amendment to the qualified voters of the State of Maryland for ndoption or rejection; in words and fipures as follows: CIIAPTKll 4(3-.,035 AN ACT to propose uu om«ailincnt to re- pi-al Section 3U of Article 8 of the Con- Btltution ut the Suite of M a r j l a n t t , title "l.i'Klslatlre Department," «:ild siUlon prolilbltiir,; tliu (ieucral Assembly Iroin a u t h o r i z i n g a htUT.v, and p r m l d i n n (or the sulimUsloii or .v.icl nincndnicnt tn tlic niial'lieil \otcra of tlic Ktate of Maryland for adoption or tc'Jictlori. Section 1. Ue It cuacU'd hy tlu General Assi^ihly of .Mjrji.ind itlinc-liClhs "if all tlic members nf L j c t i of flic* tv.u Houses coucurrlniM, That Section .'JU of Article 3 of ttie CuiifeUtutiuu of tlic Stale of Mary- laud, title "legislative Department," prolUbltlni: the Ueneral Assembly from aii- luorlzliiir loltii-y crania lie and it IB hereby repealed if niloptuil ly l' lc h'Kally i|ii:illlled voters of tin- Male, as herein proUdeil. Bee. 'J. And Le It f u r t h e r t-jacled. That tbo aforfSoli'K amendment to the Conbtltu- tlon of t n e Slate of .Maryland bliall, at the Jieit ciiMun^ piiifral election fur mcmlierK of the General Assembly of M a r y l a n d , be submitted to tlie le^ai nud qualified totcrs of tliu Kl'iti 1 for tlieir ailuptlon or rejection. Ju p u r - n a m e (if the directions contained tn Artie'e 14 of thu Co.i^tltutlim of the State of Maryland, and at tlie said ueucral election lice \ote on tlio Bald proposed nun iiilmelit to the Constitution Miull be by ballot, ami upon each ballot there sliall be printed t h u words: "For Constitutional Aiu.'iiilineiit" and "Against Constitutional Ami'iiilmeiit," UM now provided by law, and I m m e d i a t e l y after Bald election due returns hliall l.i made to the Governor of tbe vote for and utalnst proposed amendment, ns directed liy said Fourteenth Artli-ln i)f the Constitution, and f u r t h e r proceedings had In accordance with bald Article 11. A p n r o t e J : May IT. lUK. CIIAPTKll 401--1037 AN ACT to amend Section 'JI of Art.clc 4. title "Judiciary Department", sub-title ·Tart III--Circuit Courts", of the Constitution of tills Stale, to provide an additional Judce In the Second Circuit and to provide for t l i o submission of raid aiin-Julnifiit to the cjnalllled \otera of this State for adoption or rejection. Section 1. Be It enacted by the Ueiioral Assembly cJ M a r y l a n d (three-fifths of all tho members elected to each of the two Hollies concurring.), That the following section be and the name Is hereby proposed aa an amendment tn Section -1 of Article I. title "Judiciary Department", aub-tltic "I'jrt III--Circuit Courts", of tlie Constitution of the .State, and If adopted by tin- legal nnil qualified voters thereof as herein provided, U shall superjcde and stand In the plaeo and ttcad of Section '-'I of said Article 4. 21. For each of the said circuits, ei- ceptlng the eighth, the second, the third and the sixth, there shall be a el.lcf Judge and two associate Judges, to be styled judges of the Circuit Court, to be selected u r appointed as herein provided, and fnr the second circuit, I lie tl.lnl circuit nnd the alxtu circuit, there shall be a chief Judge and three associate Judges to be styled Judges of the Circuit Court, to lie elected or appointed as herein provided. Anil tio two of said associate judges, for any of the bald circuits, except the third and sixth circuits fchull, nt tho time of their election or appointment or during the term tor nlilcli they may have been elected or appointed, reside In the same county. If two or more persona hlmll be candidates for associate jiulgu In the same county in any of the circuits, except thu third and slitli clrcnila, that one only In said county shall 1»' declared elected who has the Highest n u m b e r of votes In the circuit. In case jay tv.'o candidates for as.oclate jud;;c in any of the circuits, except the third and sixth circuits, residing In the same county shall hate an ecjuul n u m b e r of \otes greater than any other candidates for associate Judge In the circuit. It shall he the duty of the Uoveruor to order a new elec- tlou for one associate judge; but tlie person residing In any other county of the circuit and who has the highest number if votes shall be declared elected. The said judges shall hold not less than two terms of the Circuit Court In each of the counties composing tliclr respective circuits, at such limes as are now or may hereafter be lire- scribed to which jurors uliall be summoned: and In those counties where only two Buch terms arc held, two nthur and Intermediate terms, to which jurors shall not be summoned; they may alter or Hi the times for holding any or nil terms, u n t i l otherwise proscribed, and shall adopt rule? to thu end that all IiuilHc-n not r. - lulrlng the Interposition ot the j u r y Bliall jc, as far as practicable, dlspnscj of at said Intermediate, terms. One judge la tacii if tho above circuits, Including the second. ho third and slMh circuit*, h h n l l const). tite a iiuoriim for tli? transaction of any luslness; and the said judges or any of hem nmy hold special terms of their courts, whenever in their discretion the business of the several counties renders nucli terms necessary. Tlie additional associate judge for the third circuit elected "lie of the nssorlitc Ji'ilgos shall h" a rr r ' ilcnt of cald c o u n t y ,ind the t u n rcnulnlr assiclnle Jiidcrn K h a l i bo rrHliIculF # r Montgomery County HIM! wlicn the I'hli Jiii'B'* In elected f r n r i Monlgninory f o u n t om cif tbe nsRorlate judged Hlrill !H i ri-nbli'nt of said MnnViumery County an. tlie rvinalainc two mandate jurists res' cfcritu of Frederick f'ountj. Tn casi- at.' candidate or caTMlld.it r s for associate tudLr at a n y Judicial elotlon hold In tin- F!M Judicial circuit -.hall receive s-.ifnclent v o l t , to cniiFP Fiicb candidate or camlldati s K be declared !«tcd, but the election rl Midi cnnillil.ite or cnnd!d.itci» would m u ^ r more associate Judges than herein per milled to renlde In any c o u n t y of s.ilu c l r c r l t . then and In t h a t o i n n t only tli.it cnmlldnte nr II )-·· 3iid!datpp, us I lie caM may IIP, residing In ia!d enmity In tho order nf lhi totes receded shall be ill clan '. fl.'itcd whose election tvould proilde Hi. p e r m i t t e d n u m b e r i f avMicInt* Judge* from eald county and the candidate or condl Oaten im the ease may be, residing In tin other county, and not similarly dlprjuall- lied, who shall have the next highest limn- her of .otcs In Kitld election shall be lie dared elected. If, by reason of such i audition or by re.imm of an equal \ n t c for two or mure candidates a sufficient n u m b e r of associate judges duly qualified as to residence as above set out should not be o l f c t t i l at any exertion In snld sUtli Judicial circuit, then It shall be the d u t y if the Governor to order a new election for Buch unfilled office or oDlccB. Sec. 2. And ba It f u r t h e r enacted. That the aforegoing section hereby proposed as an amendment to the C o n x l l t u t l o n of this State shall be, nt tho next general election to Ire hold In this State In the year IMS submitted to the legal nnd qualified vutern thereof for their adoption or rejection In pursuance of directions contained In Artlclp H of t h e Constitution of t h i s State, and cl tho said general election, the vote on the said proposed amendment Khali be by ballot, and upon each ballot there shall IK- printed the words "For the Constitutional Amendment" and "Against the Constitutional Amendment," as now prescribed cy law, and Immediately after mid election, due returns shall be made to the Governor of the vote for and against said proposed a m e n d m e n t ns directed by Bald Article 14 of the Constitution. Approved: May 18, 1937. CHAPTER 525-1037 AN ACT to propose an amendment to Article 15 of tlic Declaration of nights of the Constitution of the State of Maryland, authorizing the General Assembly to Impose taxes on Incomes, and providing fur t h e submission of said amendment to Ihe final I fled voters of the State of Maryland for adoption or rejection. Section I. Be It enacted by the General Assembly of .Maryland (three-fifths of all the members of each of the two Houses concurring). That the following amendment be and tlic same Is hereby proposed to Article lr, of the Declaration of Itlghts of the Constitution of the State of Maryland, (he same. If adopted hy the legal and quail- fled voters of the State, as herein provided, to become Article K of the Declaration of Rights of the Constitution of the State of Maryland. Art. 13. That tbe levying of taxes by the poll la grievous and oppressive and ought to be prohibited: that paupers ought not to be assessed for the support of tho (.orcrnment; that the General Assomblv sliall, by uniform rules, provide for separate assessment of land and classification and sub-classification of Improvements on land and personal property, as It may ilcein proper: and all taxes thereafter provided to lie levied by the State for the support of the general State Government, and by the counties and by the City of Baltimore tor their respective purposes, shall be uniform ai to land within the taxing district, and uniform within the class or sub-class of Improvements on land and personal property which the respective t a x i n g powers may have directed to be subjected to the tax levy; yet fines, duties or taxes may properly and Justly be Imposed, nr laid with a political view for the good government and benefit of the community. Tains may be Imposed on Incomes, which may he classified, graduated and progressive and the exemption of a reasonable amount of Income from taxation may be provided and such taxes may be In lieu of taxes on any class or classes of real or personal property BS the General Assembly may determine. Sec. 2. And be It further enacted. That the aforegoing amendment to the Declaration of nights of the Constitution of the Mala of Maryland shall, at the election to be held In November, 1»38, be submitted lo the local and qualified voters of the State for tuclr adoption or rejection, In pursuance of the directions contained In Article U ot the Constitution of the Stale of Maryland, anil at the said general election the vote on the said proposed amendment to the Constitution shall be by ballot upon each ballot there ahull be printed tW words: 'Tor Constitutional Amendment" nnd "Agalnat Constitutional Amendment" us now provided by law, and Im mediately af.cr said election due returns sliall be made to the Governor of the rote for and ugalnst proposed amendment, aa directed by said Fourtccntb Article of the Constitution, and further proceeding! had in accordance with said Article 14. Approved: May 18, 1037. NOW. THEREFORE, I, HARRY W. NICE, GOVERNOR OP THE STATE OF MARYLAND, in pursuance of the direction contained in Section 1 of Article 14 of the Constitution of Maryland, do hereby order and direct that this proclamation containing a full, true and correct copy of the text of said Chapter 463 of the Acts of the General Assembly'of Maryland of 1935, and said Chapters 494 and 525 of the Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland of 1937, bo published in at least two newspapers in each of the counties of the State where so many may be published and where not more than one may be published then in that newspape^ and in three newspapers published in the City of-Baltimore, ona of which shall be published in the German language, once a week for at least three months next preceding the general election to be held in the State of Maryland on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 1938, at which election the said proposed amendments to the Constitution shall be submitted in form and manner prescribed by the General Assembly, to the legal and qualified voters of the State for their adoption cense until such license «hall have been issued. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That this Act shall take effect June 1, 1937. Approved: March 22, 1937. NOW, THEREFORE, I, HARRY W. NICE, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND, pursuant to the authority and direction contained in Section 5 (a) of Article 16 of the Constitution of Maryland, do hereby order and direct that this Proclamation containing a full, true nnd correct copy of Chapter 91 of the the Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland of 1937, be published in at least two newspapers in each of the Counties of the State where so many may be published and where not more than one may be published then in that newspaper, and in three newspapers published in the City of Baltimore, one of which shall be published in the German language, in such manner and for such time as is provided in Section 1 of Article 14 of the Constitution of Maryland. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND THE GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND. DONE AT THE CITY OF ANNAPOLIS, THIS 20TH DAY OF JULY. IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT. HARKY W. NICE Dy the Governort 2. HAY JONES Sccrctat-y of Siatt. Office of the Supervisors of Elections for Caroline County, Denton, Md., October 2G, 1938. Election Notice or rejection. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND THE GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND. DONE AT THE CITY OF ANNAPOLIS, THIS 20TH DAY OF JULY, IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT. HARRY W. NICE" By th« Governor: E. RAT JONES 1938 PROCLAMATION OP THE GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND * STATE-WIDE REFERENDUM. Ordered this 28th day of October | ^±?'"!,^'i!,'^"?" ''1 s ^' True Copy--,Test: Clerk. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Our Business Has Been Built On Prompt And Courteous SERVICE Established Over 27 Years Funeral Directors n . . . . . .. . . i a i i i u i i u i i u i 4kiirjuuiJii-iiL iiuriLuiurv B U D * 1938, that the Auditor a report, made | muted nmi adopted shall be subject to and filed in the above proceedings, be " ratified and confirmed, unless good cause to the contrary be shown within three weeks from the 29th day of October 1938, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once in each of two successive weeks before the 7th day of November 1938. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. DR. F. J. WRIGHT OPTOMETRIST Denton, Maryland Eyes Examined. Glasses Furnished. HOURS: 9:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. DL Phon* fll DR. E. F. WITHERS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 92 201 Franklin St., Denton, Md. ERNEST 6. COOPER .General Insurance The Oldest Established Agency On The Shore. tlio same constitutional provisions, hold Lin olllcf (or Hie uaiiu UTIII uf ycnr», rrvl\v the BHIUC compen. ullon anil have tlie sanii POULTS as ate herein provided for tht other associate judged In the third circuit. Tbo additional a-\.oclQtG Judge far the second circuit herein provided (nr shall be a resident of (.'cell County, shall bu appointed by tlia Governor nftur the expiration ot six (I!) m o n t h s after the adoption of tMa amendment n n d Bliall serve until the llrat KL'Peral election for member!! of tha General .Uic'inbly that Blinll lie held In gam circuit subsequent to tlie adoption of this amendment, at which election Ills successor shall In- elected by tlio ijunllBeil voters of Caroline, Cecil. Kent, tjnecn Anne's and Talbnt Counties, constituting tho second circuit. The jinttci* so appointed shall be subject to the k.inie constitutional provisions, nfciie the tauu compensation and have the i iir.i- powers as arc herein provided (or tlie other associate Judges In tbe s.'coml circuit, and tin- Judge BO elected shall be xuhjcvt tu the name constitutional prodslnn, hold his office for tho same term o( car n -, r.-cclve the same compensation, anil li.-ivi- the same powers ns are herein p r m l d j d fur the other associate Judtos In tlie second circuit. The additional Jmlsp fur the sixth clr cult herein provided f u r -ml c! -ptpil liy tin quallflcd votrn of Frederick anil Montgomery Counties at the 1U3S election lo accordance with the terms of the Constitutional Amendment heretofore Hulimlttpil anil adopted Bliall be Huoject to tho ·4 Subscribe for the Journal. constitutional provisions, rccolte the samp j compensation and hare the nnmc ixmers «» are herein provided for tlio oilier BUBO- elate judges In the sixth circuit and bin successor shall bo appointed and/or elected In accordance wlttt tho constitutional iiro- TlsJons relating to Jude-c*. The Chief Judge may be elected from either Freilerlrk or JIoDttroracry Counties, but when the Thief Judge. IM ftlacted. from FrtUecick County WHEREAS, at the January, 1937 session of the General Assembly of Maryland, an Act was passed known as Chapter 91, fixing the time within which marriage license may be issued; in words and figurcs'as follows: CIIAPTEB 91 AN ACT to repeal and re-»nac£ with amendments Section 5 of Article OJ of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1921 Edition), title "Marriages", to ax the time within which marriage license mar be Issued. Section 1. lie It enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That Section 5 of Article G2 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (IftM Edition}, title "Marriages", be and It Is hereby repealed and re-enacted tvltli amendments to read aa follows: B. Before the Clerk of any of tbe Courts aforesaid sball Issue any license he shall examine one of the contracting parties to the marriage, under oath, who shall appear personally before tho Cleric and make application for the name, and the Clerk shall ascertain: fljst, th£ full name, of Ow. paj- ties; second, their place of residence: third, their asc: fourth, their color: fifth whether married or single; sixth, whether related or not. If BO, In which degree of relationship; seventh, If ever divorced- which facts upon the payment of one dollar ($1.00) aa an application fee sball b bet out In printed form to be signed by the person maklne tho application, and no such license to marry shall be delivered hy the Clerk until after the eiplratlon of tarty-eight HS) hours from the lime application Is made therefor; provided bow- ever that any Judce of the Circuit Court of tho county In which the application Is made or. If made lu Baltimore Cltjwtny Judse of the Court of Common Pleas for good and sudlcfcnt cause shown, may by an order In writing signed by him. « u . Ihorlie the Clerk to deliver such license at any time after the application therefor. It shall be unlawful for the clerks of any of the courts aforesaid to make public the f ar*t nf »n B n n l l ..»*!__. * _ r ····» »uc To the Judges and Clerks of Election and Qualified Voters of Caroline county: Notice is hereby given that the General Election will be held in the several districts or precincts of Caroline county between the hours of seven (7) o'clock in the morning and seven (7) o'clock in the evening, on Tuesday, November 8th 1938. The places wherein euch election upon the date aforementioned will be held in the respective districts or precincts are as follows: First Election District at HENDERSON; Second Election District at GREENSBORO; Third Election District- First Precinct at DENTON; Third Election District-Second Precinct at DENTON; Fourth Election District at PRESTON; Fifth Election District at FEDERALSBURG; Sixth Election District- First Precinct at .HILLSBORO; Sixth Election District-Second Precinct at WEST DENTON; Seventh Election District at RIDGELY; Eighth Election District at AMERICAN CORNER. Said election will be held for the purpose of electing public officers as follows: .-One person as State Senator. Two persons as Delegated to the General Assembly. One person as Governor. One person as United States Senator. One person as Sheriff. One person as Clerk of The Circuit Court. One person as Register of Wills. Three persons as County Commissioners. One penson as Representative in the Seventy-sixth Congress of the United States from the First Congressional District of Maryland. Three persons a* Judges of the Orphans' Court. One person as County Treasurer. One per- as Comptroller of Treasury. One per- as Comptroller of Treasury, one person as Attorney-General. One person as Clerk of Court of Appeals. One person as Associate Judge of Second Judicial Circuit of Maryland. The election so to be held is also for the purpose of giving the qualified voters the opportunity to vote for or against proposed amendments to the Constitution of the State as follows: Amendment to Article XV. Amendment to Section 21, of Article IV; Amendmentrto repeal Section 36, of Article III; 'Referendum, an Act to repeal and reenact with amendments Section 6 of Article 62 of the Annotated Code of Maryland. The first relating to taxes on incomes, the second relating to an additional Judge in the Second Judicial Circuit The third relating to Lottery, and a referendum relating to fixing the time within which marriage license may be issued. The return judges shall make their returns before twelve (12) o'clock noon the second day after election, that is to say, before noon on Thursday following the Tuesday of the election, in the manner prescribed by the law, to the Clerk of the Circuit Court, to the County Commissioners, to the Supervisors of Elections and to the Register of Wills of the county aforesaid. EDWARD W. LAPHAM, THEODORE F. SCHMICK, JACOB 0. WILLIAMS, Supervisors of Elections for Caroline county, Maryland. RUSSELL W. FLUHARTY, Clerk. NOTICfe TO CREDITORS This is to give notice that the subscribers of Caroline county, have ob- ;amed from The Orphan's Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, letters af administration on the personal es- fact of to, tot a. marrluta. tate of ALEX W. FLUHARTY late of Caroline county, deceased. An persons having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, on or before the 22nd day of April 1939, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons owinfr this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under our hands this 18th day of October, 1938. ANNIE A. FLUHARTY, WILLIAM J. RICHARDS, ._ Administrators, N O T I C E To whom it may concern: Having severed my connections with the Wy-Har Poultry Farm and Wy-Har Farm six years ago, I will not be responsible for any bills contracted by either concern. (10-22-3t) W. D. PICKERING. -IWSPAPKRflRCH

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