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News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1900, Frederick, Maryland i HE DAILY NEWS This In E.suvy-Aug. 13. 1-H4-J-- ;.-v-- 5 I T il ti iaOrii. I-..- O.t. 13 f Forecast Ttl> p- 14. to. Special MiMlek U Tma Mawa. Local raina tonight and 9 tern- peratnrc, light to freah nonh W. L. Chief of Wuther SEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY House Wanwd .........NFWS Office. Salesmen Wanted.....Brown Bros. Co. Carriage For Sale.....Wm. H. Riley. Boy Wanted........Wm. Anderson. Keys Office. Temperance Demonstration............ .....................Braddock Springs. Imported Beer .................Doll'a. Chowder and Soup.............Doll'a. Special Oaro..............P. M. R. B. Tonight.................Athletic Park. Tonight............. City Hotel Buffet- Lace Curtain Sale.....Keidig Boy's Shoea....................Moaer. Last of the Waah Goods............... ................Geo. S. Rodock Co. Crash Suits-Lowenstein Wertheimer- PURELY WSKSOMk Abomt Who dome andQo. Mr. George M. Git linger haa gone to Boaton. Mr. and Mra. W. F. Albertson, of Illinois, are Tisiting friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. O. Thomas Kemp have returned from a brief sojourn at Harper's Ferry. Mr. Edward Garrott, of Weverton. is spending the day with friends in Fred- erick. Mr. Henry Wineberg, North Market street, is spending some time at Atlan- tic City. Mr. B. Rosenour, Noith Market street, is spending several weeks at At- lantic City. Mrs. Oleanna Smith and sons, of Washington, are the guests of Mrs. Y. S. Brunner. Mr. William H. Bamsburg, North Market street, is spending a week at Atlantic City. Rev. James Hoover, of Missouri, for- merly of Emmitaburg, is stopping at St. Joseph's Rectory. Mr. Samuel G. Dnvall, of the Citi- zens' National Bank is spending his va- cation at Deer Park> Missea Bessie Anders, and Emma Thomas have returned from a delightful visit to Washington. Mr. John Antoni and son, Frank, of New York the guests of Mrs. Antoni, Emmitsbnrg. Mra. Wood P. Johnson and children, of Norfolk, Ya., are Tiaiting her father Mr. Geo. Wm. Smith. Miss Blanche Reed, of, Washington, who has been Tiaiting relatives and friends in thia city, haa returned. Mr. and Mra. J. E. Dennis, of West- minster, are Tiaiting Mr. and Mra. John Hershberger, North Market street. Mias Belle Roaenour. of Baltimore, who haa been Tiaiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Rrjenour, South Market street, haa re- turned. Missea Bessie and Carrie Gladhill, of Union Bridge, Carroll connty, are Tiait- ing Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Rhoada, South Market street- General James Clarke, Jleanrs. Horace Clarke, L. S. Clingan and George Potts spent Saturday evening at the Rosa cot- tage, Braddock. Mr. and Mra. Joshua J. Dill, Miaa Margaret Dill and Miaa Anna Btlle Dili, are taring a fort night's Tacation at Elm Tree Farm. Mr. A. H. Frerie, agent for the B. O. B. R., at Sparrows point, wife and son, who have been Tisiting his parental home, have returned. Mias Elizabeth Sheetenhelm, who baa been Tiaiting Mrs. Margaret Tyson, West Patrick street, haa returned to her home near Mt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Idppe and Miss Lnla Whinna, of __ Philadelphia, -re- turned home today after a delightful three weeks' sojourn at Elm Tree Farm. Mias Nannie filler, of Frederick Junction, is suiting her brother in Cumberland from there she will go to Somerset avd Johnstown, on an extend- ed visit. Edna Bower, Taneytown, Md., and Mia Jane ReaTer, Westminster, who been Tiaiting Miss Myrtle Zentz, Church street, haTe re- turned. Alarm of Fire. The alarm of fire Saturday night at 10.30 waa caused by the burning of a box of wrapping paper in the storage room over the bakary in the rear of the resi- dence of Mr. John Herahberger, confec- tioner, North Market street. The sup- position is that the paper caught by some one going into the room and mak- ing a light and then dropping the match on the box of paper. The timely dis- covery and the quick reaponse ot some of tts rubbers vrith ssreral of water subdued the fire and saved Mr. Herahberger from considerable damage. The different fire oompaniea responded promptly, but the fire bad been already extinguished. Corn Season Opens. The Frederick canning companies will begin to pack the season's crop of corn tomorrow. The crop is a fairly large one and season will probably be a good one for the packers. Tne local Mart. Mr. J. E. W. Harfttt't quota- tions for today axe: Corn, per barrel, corn, 38 oents per baahel; wheat, cents per Hay, to par ton. AJUVJEKTiai it in THX OTW8. CRIDDOCK. MCSIC. Annual Uatjoertac of Braddock 1 Sunday Si-bout la a Royal Ei Work Commenced
wx to be zsaicbed la luc. a yard uow t-x a yard cow f'.-r LJW Pinitaa and Diainen. a yard now for aud Lawan, acd arc aaoss tte lot of volorings and patwraa in waah tola sea- son UEU. S ft 1C. A. T. RICE SONS. A. T. RICE Son. r'UNKKAL AND KMBALJJEK8. 1UO SOKTH MAKKET STKECT, KUEDEKKJK. MD. CHAlKb TO HIKE IN SMALL OB LJLKUE LOTS. P. V. 8TAOB. POTTKU HAM. TONliCE. CHICK- EN. TURKEY. CORNED AND DRIED UEEK. KOAST BEEF. FRENCH TONGUE. DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED SAHDiNES. BONELESS HERRING. VEAL LOAK. SALMON AND LOBSTBHS. CROBS A BLACK WKLL PICKLBS. IMPERIAL. CHEESE IN GLASS. CLUB HOUSE CREAM CHEESE. ALL SIZES WOODEN PICNIC PLATES. F. V. STAUB. J. Hetuely Keller. OP IN AT j. HEISELY KELLER'S. 0K09 8TOBI. 1B5 N. MAKKBT 8T And eet a package of DR. JAMES' HEADACHE POWDERS. For that dreadful headache. Why fer when jou can got POUR F'OklEN CENTS. CAND! SAHDIJlAJiBI We are Off ertngfot spot ouii sharp Potomac utrer Sand IB MT quantity, from a barrel to a oarlas4. Thia la the aame aaad uod by Ikt B. ft O. B. B. in ttt aociaea te of tracks and la we use in all our oemvnt work. Good In plMtaring. brick or oamant work unless the proper matariala an and we an the only oaaa Ing a sand cuitabU lot UWM OaU or for] W1LLABD 0. 8 K. PATRICK It, GERES VILLE FLOUR. COMPfiTlTlOX 13 CEKJC8- V1LLE SUPBRLAT1VE BLXXD WITH MINNISOIA NONB UKJE IT. HAVE JDST BECBIVED X STOCK COfiN. NOW fUYf PROBABLY 1.000 BUSHELS. WB CAN SdPPl-r OUR WITHOUT WAITING FOR COBN GOOD8. SHRINEB, THK MAKBR OF FLOUR. ATLAKTIC ornr, N. OSBOBNE. FACIF1C AV'BB. ATLANTIC arr. s. j. One square from Readier Depvt beach. Bicellent la everr appoianaaat. Flee table: electric lightint- elevator. Bookltt. MBS. R. i. OSBOBKB. OABDfc TRTISG S. BISKR, REAL ESTATE AND 1XSCBAKCK, NO. 59 W. CHCRCH SrEEBT. FREDERICK. MD. STEWAST P. DEAH, NO. 53 NORTH MARKET STEER. FKEDESiCE, 219. B. C. DE3STIST, 50 SORTH XAKKET 5TKKKT. FRICESD5ODERATE GCARAXTMD. A LTBED BITZXB, ATTORNEY AND AT Bqnlty Practice ai________ sen. CosBMrelil Ceir matters entrusted to vr care icoapt and cartful kttestloa. Straw. Fiwiarkk, M, ABUCSP. UCVT, ATTORlvET AT LAW. C, V. 8. Office-Court Street, Ctmtt Spiselal attevrhn ctrea M rtue Om for the sale of RMlBaMta. ftiauiaatf Oft tfc ftkjfl
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