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News (Newspaper) - September 10, 1913, Frederick, Maryland V r TU KXWg MD SEPTEMBER Those FREDERICK AMD VICINITY 60 and NEWEST PICTURE RUSSIA AKD HIS INCLUDING LITTLE HEIR TO Items of Off The About Their at Home and Abroad Mr Harry Dowy }s the day la Baltimore on business Alderman Lloyd C Caller Is spend lag the day ia oa Mary Brown who has been visiting Mary Siller East Third street Is some time with Mr and Roy I near this city Mrs J K and daughter and Mrs G C Frederick are visiting and friends in Virginia and Ohio Nellie of and Miss Mildred Thomas of ington who have been visiting avenue have returned home aud ter of Jacksonville who Messrs Stern and William O been visiting her sister from Atlantic Kolb have returned City Mr Guy F Ruprecht has a few days in Baltimore has returned Miss Minnie Morris of town spent Sunday with Mrs O E Fleming Mrs Clara V Mott and daughter Clare TV spending a few days in Frederick f Mrs Harry and son West Patrick street are visiting friends in Baltimore t iMts Keane Market street is visiting her parental home York Pa Jacob Rosenstock JSast Second street have returned Air Frederick W Fleming ot gerstov.n Mr big and wife and son of Sunday with their mother Mrs Fleming Rev J W of Hagerstown pastor of the United Yen church of this city is visiting at the home of Mr Markwood Harp West Fourth street Sites Jane Rice who has been ing her vacation at her home en Fourth street retained to Baltimore today to resume her training at the Church Home and Infirmary Nan and Kennedy Ella Jamie Stone Blanche Ruth and May Kennedy spent Raymond with Mrs Charles is visiting August Herwig Wisner near Patrick street Mrs ot Baltimore Miss Mary Miller of is visiting Mrs Charles is visiting Miss Mary Green South Market street Messrs Chester Young Nunemaker spent Sunday among friends at LeGore Mr John F Yinger North Market street is spending a few days with friends in Baltimore a Miss Mary West Fourth street is on an extended visit to timore and Philadelphia Mrs C E Patrick street who has been visiting friends in Baltimore has returned Mrs Charles Seeger Before home she will also visit Mr Louis Specht of Groff Park Miss Clara who for the past five years with her aunt Mrs August Meier East Third street has returned to her home in Germany sailing on the steamer W nas a at the patters of liam A Miller Court street Mr John L Routzahn of town has gone to Cambridge Md where he will vacation Miss Madge Bodycomb of barre Pa who bas been the guest ot Mrs R A Kemp at returned today T H and children of Urbana are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F H Koehler West Patrick street Charles president of the Tanners and Mechanics Bank is spending business the clay in Baltimore on Mr Harry Boteter West South street who has been spending his cation with friends in Baltimore has returned Joseph of Baltimore is stopping at Buckeystown on his home from a motorcycle trip to Nat Bridge Va Miss Carrie LaMotte of Manchester who has been visiting her sister Mrs Mrs Charles VS Black and ter of near Buckeystown have been spending a few days with her Mr and Mrs Henry S B street have returned Mr Adrian Lee who has been to the American at Honduras Ins returned to Forest the home in let county of his father and mother Sir and Mrs Charles O'Donnell Lee Mr and Mre Raymond Wright and twin daughters and Teresa and son of town who have been spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Benton Knodle South Market street have returned Breckin ridge Shaw street South Market Mr Harry B Gaither of Baltimore has been visitine thp family of Mr Thomas P Rioe has returned East Fourth rs Sam uel Lewis and son of who have-been her uncle Mr Henry J D Hagan North Market street has returned Miss Fannie Kussmaul West Fourth street who has been spending some lime on a visit to in Newark and Dayton Ohio has returned Bertha ot New York who has been spending the past two weeks with Mrs Catherine P Staley street Mas returned Miss Katie Hopwood and Mrs Mary Parks and daughter Mary of more have been visiting Mrs Delia Whitmore South Market street Mr Harry L Powell who has been visiting friends and relatives in erick and has returned to his home in Washington D C Miss Mary Crumbaugh North Bentz street who has been spending some time with her cousin Mrs Roy brenner at Walkersville has returned and Mrs Charles Spangler of Forest Park Baltimore who have been Visiting Mr and Mrs A S Riggs Mr and Mrs Joseph Jenkins Lee the latter formerly Miss Mary Harris of Baltimore who have been spending the summer at St Davids near will return of this month to their home at Forest Frederick county Mr Raymond G Wept Church street who has been spending a few days at his home in St Mary's ty where he attended the golden wedding anniversary bt bis parents Mr and Mrs Frank Ford which was observed on Monday has returned Those who spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs G A Young of Mr arid Mrs Wm Ramsburg Mrs Geo Brunner Mr and Mrs Baumgardner and son Richard Ogle Miss Mrs Madge Cutter Miss Margaret Mr Roy Routzahn and Mr ill of Frederick They had a most delightful day Mr Wm S T Dern wife dren and his sister Miss Beulah Derr ot Vancouver Washington who have been Visiting Mrs Jennie Doub East Patrick street left this morning on their return trip home They will visit Reading Pa and Toledo Ms berr will at- tend the meeting of the General of the Lutheran church x This is the latest picture of the czar of Russia and his family It is made doubly interesting by the new report of the engagement of the czar's eldest Duchess Olga and by the many reports of the health of the little czarevitch Those in the group are left to Grand Olga Grand Marie czar Czarina Duchess the czarevitch heir to fch throne and Grand Duchess The taken at a recent celebration BASEBALL SCORES INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Scores of Yesterday Newark 8 Baltimore 5 Providence 13 Jersey City 7 Rochester 6 Buffalo Today's Schedule Baltimore at Newark jt Jersey DIty at Toronto Buffalo At Rochester Of The Clubs w L P c 8953 Baltimore 7467 OS 518 W 07 71.488 Toronto 60 75 ten West Fourth street home have i and Mrs Schaeffer Mr Gordon Waters street who haje been spending Sick While At Work Mr Frank Kemp was taken quite sick with an attack of acute tion yesterday while at on the improvements being made to the Mullinix store North Market street He was taken to his home east of this city in an automobile by Mr Edward Bentz He was still quite sick from the effects of the attack this morning Agricultural Teacher C H Yarborough of Blacksburg has been appointed agricultural teacher for the Boys High School of Frederick Mr Yarborough has had experience in teaching Diarrhoea Cured I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr merchant me try a bottle of lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy After taking one dose of It t wax cured It also cured others that I jrave It writes M E Oriole Pa That is not at all ual An ordinary of diarrhoea can Almost cured or two of this remedy For by all 7 Jenny 4 338 AMERICAN LEAGUE 3 Detroit 2 11 Hall GroveT Dubuc and McKee 2 Ath Schatk Bender Schang At 8 Cleveland 1 1st game Henry Gregg James Washington 8 Cleveland 2 2d Ayres tinsmith Williams Blanding James York 6 St tonis S- Ford Sweeney Agnew t Standing the Clabs PC Athletics So 69 66 611 57 75 432 51 85 375 46 83 357 NATIONAL LEAGUE At n i At 2 burgh 0 Simon Other clubs not scheduled Standing of the PC 71 441 77 48 56 73 434 Chicago 76 57 56 80 412 71 61 5381St.Louis 46 92 C A BURNS Building and Contents Destroyed With Loss of Pa Young Men's Christian Association building here was destroyed by ft re entailing a loss of The direct ors carried insurance on- the building and Contents entire block was threatened and nearby towns were in readiness to after assistance but four lines of water hose and two chem the volunteer firemen after an hour's work bad the fire under con trol The fire the origin of which a i mystery started in the physical di rector's room on the basement floor adjacent to gymnasium Hotel Proprietor bead Norristown Pa Sept R Shepherd seventy-nine years old pro of the Collegeville Hotel died During the past twenty-five years has owned and conducted the men Bridge Hotel Eagleville Hote aad Hotel RECORDS PEARY LEFT Explorer Discovers Evidence of Greenland Visit New York Thomas H Hubbard president of the Peary Arctic made public tlie news of a by of important by Admiral Peary in the The government its the United States to Admiral Peary the record in a cairn at Navy Cliff on the coast of land ia July 1892 Twenty years later in July 1912 the record re- covered by the Danish explorer Knud The first crossing of Greenland from west to east was made by Peary in 1892 He and his only companion Elvind Astrup completed the cairn on Navy Cliff and placed In it a record leaving a printed on in various languages that its finder note the time and place of finding and forward it to an Indicated destination found the cairn in 1912 tooK Peary's record from it notet that it taken July 22 1912 and delivered it to his government This Incident is a duplication of one occurred in 1910 In January of that year the Danish minister to the United f States transmitted to the Peary Arctic Club Peary's record tie posited at the terminus of the sledge journey the extreme north o Greenland May 1900 and found and away by members of the Den mark expedition in May USE CORN Silo Available Value o as Well as Ear By the use of the silo and the corn plant for silage the value of the plant Is increased Iron to per acre It Is estimated that JO per cent of the feeding value o the com is In the ear of corn 40 per cent Is In the stalk If a Held of earn which would make forty bushels harvested I CHINA'S CABINET CHANGED Six New Make tion Practically Complete Sept net has been virtually reconstructed The nomination of six new ministers has been approved by the lower house The new members of the cabinet Foreign affairs San former governor of province ia formerly ter of communications justice Wiang education Wang dent of board of agriculture com- formerly acting finance minister Premier will take the portfolio of finance The cabinet includes three partisans of reformer Kang Yu Wei Many Die in Servian Wreck Belgrade Sorvia Sept num brer of high officers of the Servian army were killed or injured in a train wreck near Uskub on a branch of the Orient railway persons were killed outright and thirty were in the collision of two trains Part of the Servian general staff yvere on one of the trains German Aviator Killed Berlin Sept Dr Ringer an aviator for the riis tance aviation prize of the aviation at his ma fell from a of 600 feet The aviator WHS instantly Subscribe tor Tho News Asks for Loss of Big Toe new ation for feet was set when Paul Ward a chauffeur sued the Baltimore and Ohio railroad for for loss of his big toe Caught a Bad Cold Last winter my son caught a very bad cold and the way he coughed was something writes Mrs Sarah E of Tipton Iowa though t- sure he was going into consumption We just one bottle of Chamberlain's timl tlint slopped his cough his eoM Por J by all of gathering the cor and flua ring the We hnv harvested only CO per cent of the m forty bushels of corn at no cents per bushe are worth but If th stalks have two-thirds the value of the grain the stalks are wort from to or per acre de pending the quality of the cro und condition they are In harvested for silage If the stalks are left In the field they have a feeding value of from to or per acre This decrease value of the cornstalk when left In Che field Is due to the fact that when the stalk -is left standing It loses moisture and the fiber becomes bant woody and indigestible It is therefore evident that to obtain the maximum feeding value of file corn crop ft should be harvested an matte Into and that the tlie silo will increase the feeding value of the corn plants from to pe Roy C Potts Department o Dairy Husbandry Oklahoma A and M Fertilize Your Orchard As neglected as tbo average farm orchard is in almost every It probably suffers worse from the Jack of fertilization than from any ither cause It is Indeed a rare case where the fanner or perhaps even manures Or fertilizes bis orchard thoroughly and as be does Ms corn and wheat ground says the Farmer's Guide There is more Catarrh in this section the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors K ft local disease and pre- scribed local remedies and by constant Iy failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional and therefore requires tional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney A Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken Inter- nally in doses from 10 drops to a spoonful It acts directly -on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials F J CHENEY A CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists Take Hall's Family Pills for Subscribe for The News AGENT WANTED TO SELL THE MOST LIBERAL POLICY ISSUED ANNUAL PREMIUM FIVE DOLLARS INTERNATIONAL LIMITED HEALTH AND ACCIDENT POLICY INCREASING TO PROVIDING BENEFITS OF PER WEEK AGENTS COMMISSION LARGE ADDRESS INSURANCE NEWS OFFICE AIRSHIP MEETS DISASTER Sixteen of Its Craw of 2 Men Wen Berlin Sept Tho worst of th numerous disasters which have over taken Germany's airship licet when new naval Zeppeli ship WBS wrecked while on a age from the mainland to twelve miles away and sixteen of th crew of twenty-three were drown This h the twelfth accident to be- fall the airships and the nrs to be accompanied with loss of life It had been previously announce that tUo L-l wan going on a fifty-four hour trial trip from to whore ah was to be joined by two Thence to proceed with th watet to Heligoland from place she would Across to Danzig re turn in from latter to haven by way of Potsdam and Hau over It is understood that some of high rank were aboard the trl bu the only mentioned In the eurl reports are Lieutenant th commander and Catain von Both tif those are said to have boo drownell Thf of thn are lit mere nt no details at Poe's Biographer Baltimore Eugene olne biographer of ami one o world's recognized anthorltit-a o Allan Poc died at his ham here of a complication of diseases 11 was years i Kept Prisoner by Sept A rattlesnake kept Mrs Beeb of a farmer living six mile north of a prisoner the celli of her for nearly a half hon The rattler coiled Itself between he and the door It had fourteen rattle Woman Saves Boy in Spring PR Sept Int a big spring Warren rescued Orris Fry years old from drowning Fry with other boys was playing about the apring and In The boyn ran to Mrs home and begged her to save the lad Despondency Is often caused by indigestion and constipation and quickly disappears when are taken For by THE BRIDE AND GROOM are always delighted when they see our name on the boxes of the presents they receive They know our name stands tor QUALITY IN Bo if you have a bride to remember buy your gift here If yon would her well have any number of good both and tal They are or costly as you prefer bat the littlest sum you pay boys an article of quality JAMES E DOLL Watchmaker Jeweler and South Market Bt Phone No 637 Frederick Md between black and white is no more marked than the difference the we sell and those gold by some other concern We stand squarely on a platform of first then as low prices as the best Groceries can be sold or Our reputation has been built on this and We win maintain ft For good class Groceries at reasonable price try us and you will not be disappointed THE BEST ALWAYS F COLUMBUS KNOTT Successor to Besand Knott RECEIVED CARLOAD OF aige Eastern Shore Melons ALSO A CAR OF Grapes Plums Plants etc Irish toes Jersey Sweet Potatoes EVERYTHING IN SEASON S MARINO 102404 North Hartal OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE 25 POUNDS 60 POUNDS 100 AT to Own Westwood am a farmer's do of my own work when y I am abte I had male weakness and bearing down pains every month I also much with my right side The pain started in my back am extended around my right aide and the doctor told me it Was organic mation 1 was sick every three weeks arid hod to stay in bed from two to fonf It is with great pleasure 1 tell you what Lydla E Vegetable Compound has done for me I have lowed your directions as near as We and feel much better than I have felt for years when I wrote you be- fore I was almost a wreck You can publish this letter If you like It may help to strengthen the faith of some poor suffering woman JOHN P Westwood Maryland Women who suffer from those dis- tressing Ilia peculiar to their sex should not doubt the ability of Lydia E ham's Vegetable Compound to restore their health If you have doubt me Compound will help you write Confidential Lynn for Your letter will be opened read and held in strict BALTIMORE OHIO EXCURSIONS TO nil FUS ROUND TRIP FROM FREDERICK September and October 10 TICKETS GOOD 15 DAYS LIBERAL ON RETURN TRIP CONSULT TICKET AGENT FOR FULL QUALITY TALKS U S INSPECTED Bacon and Fresh Metis OF ALL KINDS Frederick PROMPT H D BAUMGARDNER TO THE PUBLIC are to try a form ot advertising and this is our method Instead of upending a lot of money with a few we to divide it our and patrons ot have tto of a first claw Paper aad our shops with the moat modem and aad and aa haa been our will to handle only claw ot tooda that are and whatever work Jar to one will ba dona in A thorough manner We mean that ahall to all ear In order to get better and extend oar fleM waara goint to offer erery inott ot our twelve thousand rolls of tne and i grades wall paper at greatly prices Ton can buy any In our for the price and many of them at one- foarth We will also give very low urea for hanging prices for the of only and all transactions be for cash upon completion of the work We will aim discount of per cent off Mantels and all place goods daring tWs sale MERHL F MOBERLY PAINTING PAPER HANOI NO AND TILC AND FIKE 00008 WITT 9 k ins NEWS
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