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   News, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1913, Frederick, Maryland                            ;V r TU DAILT KXWg, FBID1BIQK, MD, SEPTEMBER Those FREDERICK AMD VICINITY ,ftitt1 60 and innr A.IUK NEWEST PICTURE RUSSIA, AKD HIS FAMRY, INCLUDING LITTLE HEIR TO THRONL Items of tatefcMit floaiMI Off The ttewa About Their frlMioa at Home and Abroad. "Mr Harry   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" daugh- ter, of near Buckeystown, w'ho have been spending a few days with her Mr. and .Mrs. Henry S. B. Sodth street, have returned., Mr. Adrian laefin Lee; .who has been "to the American txin at Honduras, Ins returned to Forest, .the home in Feeder- let county of his father and mother. Sir. and Mrs. Charles O'Donnell Lee. Mr and Mre. Raymond W- Wright and twin' daughters, MargaHet and' Teresa, and son, -Harold, of Liberty- town, who. have been spending a few days with 'Mr. and Mrs. Benton Knodle, South Market street, have returned. Breckin ridge Shaw, street, has-returned. South Market Mr. Harry B. Gaither. of Baltimore, wtto has been visitine thp family of Mr. Thomas P. Rioe, has returned. East Fourth TV1 rs. Sam uel Lewis and son, ,of Hag- erstown, who have-been visititfg 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' friehds in Newark and Dayton, Ohio, has returned 'Bertha Crtfttse ot New York, who has been spending the past two weeks with Mrs. Catherine P. Staley, Telegraiph street, Mas returned. Miss Katie Hopwood and Mrs. Mary Parks and daughter, Mary, of Balti- more, have been visiting Mrs. Delia Whitmore, South Market street. 'Mr. Harry L. Powell, who has been visiting friends and relatives in Fred- erick and Thnrmont, 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 Wine- brenner, at Walkersville, has returned. -Mr. 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 Phila- will return of this month to their home at Needwood Forest, Frederick county. Mr. Raymond G. FbrcL Wept Church street, who "has been spending a few days at his home in St. Mary's coun- 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 Johnsvilfe, were: Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. Ramsburg. Mrs. Geo. Brunner, Mr., and Mrs. Wil- Baumgardner and son, Richard, Ogle, Miss, Angteberger, Mrs. Madge Cutter, Miss Margaret Mr. Roy Routzahn and Mr. Samuel'Young, ill of Frederick. They had a most delightful day. Mr. Wm. S. T. Dern wife aiftr chil- 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 Coun- cil- 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 the'Grand Duchess Olga, and by the many cotUHctln reports of the health of the little czarevitch. Those in the group are, left to right: Grand Duchesft Olga Grand Marie, 4he czar. Czarina Duchess Anastasla, the czarevitch, heir to fch throne, and -the Grand Duchess Tat'iana. The pfctaVe'was taken at a" recent celebration. BASEBALL SCORES INTERNATIONAL. LEAGUE. Scores of Yesterday. Newark, 8; Baltimore, 5. Providence, 13; Jersey City, 7. Rochester, 6; Buffalo, 4- Today's Schedule. Baltimore at Newark. jt Jersey DIty. at Toronto. Buffalo At Rochester. Stftridfitfl Of The Clubs. w. L. P. c. .....8953 Baltimore..... 7467 52S OS 518 W. L.P.C. 07 71.488 Toronto... 60 75 .ten West Fourth street, home. have i eturned and Mrs. Schaeffer T.-Hargef4 Mr. Gordon Waters. Vtli- street, who haje been spending Sick While At Work. Mr. Frank Kemp was taken quite sick with an attack of acute indiges- 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 Qvtekly Cured. "I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr; Yorkg, merchant suxded me try a bottle of Chamber- 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. Gebhnrt, Oriole, Pa. That is not at all unusr- ual. An ordinary of diarrhoea can Almost invariably'be cured or two of this remedy. For snli> by all ronoe..tZH 7 Jenny Clty4tf 4 338 AMERICAN LEAGUE. 3; Detroit, 2 (11 Hall, 2ady; GroveT, Dubuc. and McKee. 2; Ath ettcs, Schatk; Bender, Schang. At 8; Cleveland, 1 (1st game) Boenling, Henry; Gregg, James, Car- 'scii Washington, 8; Cleveland, 2 (2d Ayres, tinsmith, Williams; Blanding, James, 3'Neill. .York, 6; St tonis, S- Ford, Sweeney; -ieerenz, Agnew. t Standing :0f the Clabs. PC Athletics So 69 66 611 57 75 432 WasIjtrrr-75 51 85 375 Bostdn. '46 83 357 NATIONAL LEAGUE. 'At n. Nichaus, Wihgo. i "At 2; Pitts- burgh, 0. Fis- cher: Cooper? Simon. Other clubs not scheduled. Standing of the w.K. PC.I PC. N.York.. 5G 71 441 PWlada. 77 48 6161Brookln. 56 73 434 Chicago. 76 57 5711Cincinti. 56 80 412 71 61 5381St.Louis 46 92 83S SOATESVILLEY.J. C. A. BURNS Building and Contents Destroyed With Loss of Cdatesville, 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. jThe entire ousiness block was threatened, and nearby towns were, in readiness to after assistance, but witfc four lines of water hose and two chem icals 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 jthe gymnasium. Hotel Proprietor bead. Norristown, Pa., Sept. R Shepherd, seventy-nine years old, pro prietor of the Collegeville Hotel, died During the past twenty-five years h  wft.v" of gathering the cor and flua ring the stnltc Htnucl We hnv harvested only CO per cent of the m) T.be forty bushels of corn at no cents' per bushe' are worth but If th stalks have two-thirds the feedin value of the grain the stalks are wort from to or per acre, de pending -upon the quality of the cro und tlte condition they are In wbei 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 sllnge 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 particuta 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 orebarfliat manures Or fertilizes bis orchard thoroughly and as conscien- tiously 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 pro- notiticed 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 constitu- 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 tea- 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. ___ Address: F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 7Sc. Take Hall's Family Pills for constl- 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 pened when new naval Zeppeli ship WBS wrecked while on a voj 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 SScppellu 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 non-stop trial trip from Krleder Ichafen to Wlluolinshaven, whore ah was to be joined by two Thence AVUB to proceed with th watet pltuies to Heligoland, from wliU- place she would crulHO Across Scliles wtg-Uolstefii to Danzig, re turn in from tlit> latter to Frledrlchs 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 llanne, th commander, and Catain von Metxlnr- Both tif those are said to have boo drownell. Thf hiatn hictR of thn r1 are oJlfcHilly t'ontlrmod, lit' mere nt no otlU'lal details at l.cn Poe's Biographer pep-l. Baltimore, Sfept. Eugene olne Dldler, biographer of ami one o world's recognized anthorltit-a o Brtftar Allan Poc, died at his ham here of a complication of diseases. 11 was years old.1 'i' Kept Prisoner by Srtake. 8fc Jtohns. Mleh., Sept. A rattlesnake kept Mrs. Willnm Beeb of a' farmer living six mile north of a prisoner the celli of her hoftie for nearly a half hon The rattler coiled Itself between he and the door. It had fourteen rattle Woman Saves Boy in Spring. Tyroite. PR., Sept. Int a big spring, Warren Keighar rescued Orris Fry, icven years old from drowning. Fry, with other boys was playing about the apring and In. The boyn ran to Mrs. Reigbard' home and begged her to save the lad Despondency. Is often caused by indigestion' and constipation, and quickly disappears when are taken For by BKBtc jgsg 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 tuefol and ornamen- tal. They are raeipeoslve or costly as you prefer, bat the littlest sum you pay boys an article of quality. JAMES E. DOLL, Watchmaker, Jeweler and Oatfelan, 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 (inaHty 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, high- 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 Hantalonpes, Grapes, Plums Orantfes, Etftf Plants, etc., Irish Pota- toes. Jersey Sweet Potatoes. EVERYTHING IN SEASON. S. MARINO, 102404 North Hartal OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE 25 POUNDS, 26c, __ 60 POUNDS, 50C. 100 POITNIW. 75c. AT T11E Rwtored to HeaJA Own Westwood, am a farmer's do niost of my own work when y I am abte. I had norvmiii male weakness and bearing down pains every month. I also suf- fered 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 inflam- 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. Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound has done for me. I have fol- 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. EicHARDfc, Westwood, Maryland. Women who suffer from those dis- tressing Ilia peculiar to their sex should not doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. If you have ftlifhtwt doubt me Compound will help you. write Confidential) Lynn, for iwt- ftce, Your letter will be opened, read and anMwered b? woman- held in strict coattdeace. BALTIMORE OHIO BPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO nil FUS ROUND TRIP FROM FREDERICK September and October 10. TICKETS GOOD 15 DAYS. LIBERAL STOP-OVERS ON RETURN TRIP CONSULT TICKET AGENT FOR FULL QUALITY TALKS U. S. INSPECTED Bacon and Fresh Metis OF ALL KINDS. Frederick PROMPT DffUVBKY PHOMtBM. 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 fotaf to divide it our and patrons. Flrtt ot have Menred tto of a first claw Paper Haacer aad Decoritor, eaalpped our shops with the moat modem and, machineiT aad appllancev and, aa haa been our ouatom, will eoatlaue to handle only tbal claw ot tooda that are aAaotatelf de> and whatever work Jar tmeted to one oata will ba dona in A J9PW" thorough meehatitcal manner. We mean that ahall aptll BATI8FACTION to all ear patrwa. In order to get better aojaalated and extend oar fleM bniUnaa waara goint to offer erery inott ot our twelve thousand rolls of tne and medlmm i grades wall paper at greatly radnead. prices. Ton can buy any In our establichment for one-bait the origmal price, and many of them at one- foarth. We will also give very low flg> urea for hanging. Tlwse prices for the nwmtft of Attgnst only and all transactions W1H be for cash upon completion of the work. We will aim discount of per cent off Mantels and all ftra place goods daring tWs sale. MERHL F. MOBERLY, PAINTING, PAPER HANOI NO AND OICORAT1NQ. TILC AND FIKE FtACI 00008, PATMICK WITT, PMIQE 9 COlfMTWOlAL PHINT1NO. k ins NEWS Qrnci, iNEWSPA'FERr   

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