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CORN CLUB CHAMPION
TELLS HIS STORY I§ls Slate Winner Produce* 105.6 Bushel* Of Shelled Corn At • Co*t Of 19.9 Cent* Per Bu*hel. WILLIAM TROY, Queen Anne’* County. 1 succeeded in growing my acre of corn by making up my mind l tom plele the contest when I naked my brother to let me have an acre of ground to enter the Worn flub. Mr 11 S. Koehler, our County Demonaira lion Agent, told me to gel a piece of ground and have It covered with a heavy coat of manure. 1 was given the ground at the laat School Fair. It had grown a crop of lomatoeH and aa heavily sot in crimson clover and turnip*. I dil not apply any manure, a* it had been manured 'he previous tjiriPK, a crop of clover plowed under, and a ton of ground oyater shell lino drilled in before the lomatoeH had been planted. Aflnr a large portion of turnipH had been gathered, we turned our hogs on the arm to feed on the balance ol turnip* and clover. They remained there until 'lie flrat of April thin year. On Saturday, April 8, the ground waa plowed and rolled to pro serve the moisture. On Snturdax April 17, I toed a spring tooth harrow on it. and afterward rolled it tight and thin waa dona again on May 8 and May 22 On Monday. May SI, we used a levelling square drag and ran the ground out with a tomato marker, opening Die croHS row* about Hue* liicheH deep. The next morning I wio out bright and early and dropped 1h corn by hand, putting three ur torn train to the hill, and planting iln hill* (hlrly-elx Inchon apart each wax I covered the grain with a email, fine toothed cultivator. I had to at ay home from school to do tid* work. Till* wan the only lltno that I ntlaaed from Hciiool. On June 12. the corn was dragged with a spike-toothed harrow The corn wan given thorough cultivation on June 24, July 5, July 16, and July 29 I would have cultivated it again hut the Morin, August 3, twisted It about go badly, that I could not get through it. It wiih rut on August SO and al lowed to aland In the shock until October 2. r , when It wan hilukld, the total weight being 7.366 pound*. The corn wan not in the heat condition being rotten on the tip from lying on the ground. It wan nearly all twin corn, standing three to four stalk* to I tie hill My expense* were aH follows: Rent of one acre of land $6.00 Plowing. 4 hour* (ft 20c 80 Harrowing with spring tooth, 8 hr*, (ft 20c 6(- Harrowing with spike barrow, 3 hrs (ft 20e 46 Rolling. 7 hr*. (ft 20c 1.4(1 I’lanllng, 3 hr* iff 100 80 Marking the ground, 3 hr*. Q 20c 6<i Cultivating, IS hrs (if 16c..,,,, 1.80 Replanting, 3 hr*. ft 10c 80 Culling, 15 lira, (if 100 1.60 Husking, 16 hiw. ft 10c 16 Lofting. S hr*. ft 20c .60 Labor of man hoeing, 16 hr*. ft 10c 1 8t Kainlt. Jon ibs.. 1.25 Pulling weeds, 20 hra. (010 c.... 2.00 Labor of putting on kainlt, small amounts of wood ashes, chick en manure, ate.. 6 hra. if 10c. 60 Cost of seed corn 5n Total expenses .S2O 95 Total value of crop. 106 5 bush els (iI 60c ... $62.76 l*e*s erpenses 10 §6 Net value of crop |;n so 100 lbs of cob corn shelled 83 6 lbs., the percentage of moisture being IK 1 per cent according to the test made by the Maryland Agricultural Expert tuenl Station of the sample sent them by County Demonstration Agent, Mr 11. S Koehler The variety of com 1 used as seed lloone County While. (Signed) WILLIAM TROY The above story of how he grew his crop of corn by William Troy Is au Ihorlzed hv the Depart meat of Roys* Club Work, Cooperative Extension Work of the Msnland Agricultural College and the Department of Agri culture, College Park, Md . Reuben Rrighinn. Assistant Stale Agent, in charge • Lat Go.* I And (hat I can write all day with out pain In my Angara If I hold the pen loosely. If I should grasp It tightly, it would be only a few hours before the strain made writing almost impossible. Do wo not often hold too tight a rein on ourselves and our famlllon for comfort? Habit has made us ’bossy” and domineering. When n member of the family goes, wo want to know where he Is going and how long he intends to bo gone; we keep a string on him and are ready to drag him home that we may feel that all are sheltered and under our watchful ©yea. This la Hellish care. It fences the Individual In If hampers him and makes hia Aeld of pleasure and activ tty cramped and rasping. When one knows that another Is trustworthy, why hold so tight a rein” Some of us have got Into the habit ot repressing and suppressing ourselves for the sake of peace and the absence of anxiety. Freedom is necessary for the development of individuality and the heal that is in each one of us The caged bird never sings so Joyous ly as the bird in the field or forest.— Shirley, in Farm Life. Children and Night Ufa. Night life militates against chil dren’ll health and growth to a greater extent than has been realized. Overstimulation, in place of reat and sleep which growing children need, tends to undermine oron the strong est constitutions. It needs no physiol oglst to perceive that the ravages of night life help materially to reduce measurements of weight, height and heat and to weaken heart, lungs arid • yes. . . . Moreover, their educa tion suffers. Children who are out until midnight mind report at school the next morning, although tired and mentally dull. Night life destroys the habits of industry—loitering and loaf * Ing becomes rooted Into a habit * From “Slrectlaud,' by Philip x>avia. >OTI(’K TO (KHUTORS. ThU Ik lo give nolle*- that the sub*< nb>-r be o>>tuin< d from th*- Orphan*' Court ot Harford County. Md . letter* l***laio"iitar> on tin* fatal** of MANY A AI.LENDER. lair of Harford County. d*-c-aa*-d. All p*-raona havlnv claim* again*! said di-o ax'd an h**rfi.y notified to exhibit the name, with the legal voucher* (hereof. On or Before the <H|h da) ol June, Hl6 or they may otherwise hy lax* I*- rxrluded from all benefit* nl *aid estate. All persona indehted to said estate an requested to make immedlale payment. Given undi r liy hand and *-al I hi* 2*'b day of December. IW|5, NOIII.E I. MITCHH.L. Executor. NOTICE TO CREDITOR*. Tin* i* to give not lee that the aubaenber has obtained from tin Orphan*' Court of Harford ( ounly, Mil . letters of adminiatralion on the estate of HARMON I REYNOLDS. late of Harford County, deceased. All per*ons having claim* again*! *aid d< ceased nn- hereby 1 notified to exhibit the same, with the legal I vouchers thereof On or before the 271 It day of June, 11110 I or they may otherwise by law beexclud* d from all Itenefil* of *aid estate All person* indebted lo atd estate are requested lo make immediate payment Given under my band and seal this '/7th day of December. Mu,'. F.LLIH T. Ml \ MOLDS, Administrator. NOTICE TO CKEDITORH. 'I In* I* P. give notice that the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans' Court of Harford County. Md., letters P-*lamenlary on the estaP of CHARLES HENRY JAMES, lat*- of Harford County, deceased. All peraons having claims against *aid deceased are hereby notified to exhibit the same, vxilli the legal vouchers thereof, On or before I lie 21 si da> of June, 11116 ot they may otherwise by law he excluded from all Itenefils of *atd estate All person* indebted lo said estate are requested In make immediate payment. Given under out I.and* and seal* this 21 St day of December. iui& .1 c HAGY JAMES, IMA V. (DALE. Executors, imnr r'li tea H—- * The RAYO LAMP SAVES TROUBLE iX/ r ()U don’t have to | spend tlie greater out of your time j ileiioiii)) it and won dering' "h\ it won't burn 1 lu- Kayo is si mi .It* in con.stniclion and in di-si;>n. It lights williont removing the shade and gixes the best sort of light— the kind that won’t hurt your eyes. JRsyb Lamps Rayo lamp'* arc an ornament to any lioiiP . I h*-v require very little attention yet ulvv.tvs add to llie attractive lies* ol th ■ 11 it mi lii> k.iv is the symbol of etlicieiu v economy i onv < tit*-Hi e ( Aladdin Security Oil ot Diamond White I Oil to obtain best results in O/i Stoves, Lamps and Heaters. The U.tvo is only one of our i mam produces thathnnucom fort .md ei oipmiv to the farm Ask t.ir thei.i by name. Matchless Liquid (Hus* Sl.nnl.irxl ll.uni Separator Oil Stand a. J 11 ouse hoi d Lubricant Pa t o wax Kureka Harness Oil Mu a Axle Grease If vxnir tlealei dxtes not carry these, write to our nearest station STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Npw Jnaey I HVI.TIMOUK VVahotgi<iii, I). CL Charlotte, N. C. NoilolS V* (;hail<-,ti.ii. VV Va. Kit'liuii.ii.l V* Ch*ilr,lnn, N. C, The Baltimore News | An Independent Newspap.r | 3 Published Every Afternoon, Including Sunday. ] \ Newspaper for the Home, fxr the Family Circle. I Thoroughly the News of the City, State and Country TComplete Market Report*. ? ARsoeiated Dress Service. 3The Rest Fiction Published Serially. 1 Buy it from your Local News dealer or Order It By Mail. ONE MONTH Daily • • Re. Daily ami Hominy - :lUe. ONE YEA 11 Daily • ga.oo Daily ami Holiday $:l .Mi The Baltimore News Baltimore, • Maryland. nwinmi • huunaot growth. s*r Flla to RMiorw (liwjr H*ir to it* Youthful Color. Prevent* tuUr falling-. ttuSMiutatatk FARMS WANTED I have buyers for Harford County Farms. Send mo full description ol your (arm. together with location and lowest price, subject lo usual rate of commission. J. W Met ALL, gl Air. Md J. R. AYRES F’ainter & Paper Hanger BEL AIR, Ml>. ;' i Furniture neatly Repaired and Upholstered E- timale* furnished free I’hone *47 [ PROMSTt r THE ENGLISH HFMFDy|^BV£^ BLAIRS PILLsEjS^I H flaaamawrar.iaßotvM n ’ N. DEAN & SON, J FUNERAL DIKECTOKS AND EMBALMEKS i Funerals attended to in any 1 part of the county or city. it ; itrvico Up-10-Dalt and l-ricci Rta.unabU ,! Xi Any We an, it year Service Day or Nigh) I i,u.iai M.nuinoil [aMiLPHONt oatansj lumber Por Sale y I Mr. William Holloway will start sawing lumber at onee on my farm, known as the ' Hr. Roberts property, near Churchville. Anyone desir ing Lumber can call on W. K. Fristoeor Wm. Holloway, Aberdeen, Md. Liveii I'p Your Torpid Llvi-r. To keep your liver active it**-Dr King'* New Life Pills They insure good dig) slum, relieve conallpalion. anti liu up Hm- whole syslctn— keep your x-ye )-lvar and >'iut skin fresh mid healthv looking Only /!<- at your Druggist LAMM HOUSE Wam-n Hi.. .War Pa. It. It. Hi at lon, HAVRE DE GRACE. Ml). Cuisine I nsurpassed. Hot-Water Heat. ESTABLISHED 1876 80TH PHONC DANIEL RIDER 1001 (jrccnmounl Av., Hallo , Md Commission Metchai pot TDK SALK OF VBfcAT. CORN. OAT.s. HAY. ST RAW. A - OKItHWM FoK Feed. Gluten Hie' 4 *Cotton Seed Meal and Oil Cakr Me? will receive |iroiii|>i alleiitloii I Tired! I Are yo tired t rundown? . r*ouP I la •verylhiii* you d>> ho cllurii' Not ll ii nl U*ln*i. Vuu ra ill. You* tyntm need* n lonic, i our Kin** noli. Kidney* end I i*r need *iirrin* up. Nulbin* will tio Ihi * bviler then Electric Bitters ftOo. and $ 1(H) All >ruUl I——am iua—'i J-JENRY A WHITAKEF ATTOKNHY AT LAW, HI AIW Ml How To Cure I old**. Avoid cxuitkur)- and draft* lat right Tab* Dr. Kinu’a New Dtkx-ov) ry ll ix pr'i-parcd Irom Pine Tar. healing balsam* and mild InxutiV) In King's N) \x Diaoovt i x kills and * vpeh th* cxld genii*, ftiiolhcs tin- irnlulcil i nmi and xlLi) s inlliimmalD'H It Id id* (Id- inn .>u* m> n braiu- Search as you will, \ou > mmol find ,i I*• 1 1> r cougb and cold rum dy It* u* ov r ( year* I* a guarani)-*.- of *alisfa) lion. CHESTER HECK BHI., AIK, MAKYI AND. ' ; Practical Painter Is prepared to gt\c estimates (in .ill kind* of inside and outside work. ONLY PHOT CLASS WORK DONE SalLfaclion Guaranteed Give me a trial. [T remember You (all \ At Our DrugStore ll^^ Mr. Robort 11. Norrln. N. 1333 Hen ry St., Nxirilt Berkeley, l*al.. writes; •'We Imve never Itiu! any xtli*-r modi ciiu* but IVruiui lit our home since we Imve been married. I suffered with klxim-y and bladder tr*uble*. but two month:* treatment with IVruna mad)- to** a \\*-li and strong man. My wife f) ll weak anxl was easily tired ami also Innibtexl with varloua pains. Inti slnx-e she txu'k I’erunu site Is well ami strung." JOSHUA W. McCALL -I.KKNMKI).- AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE BROKER NF 1 Notes discounted un day of sale if •o desired. PHONE 26 W BEL AIR. MD- To Cure ( luldirn'* Colds. Keep child dry. clothe coni (or table, no id ex posure and give Dr Hell * I’im-Tar-lioney. ll i* pleasant, koolhiag. aiiti**-piu-. raise* phlegm and reduce* Inflammation The first dose gives relief, continued treatment w ith propel-care will u\old t nous illness or * long cold. Don't de lay treatment Don't I*l your child sutler Gt a bottle to day Insist on Dr. i ell's Pine- Tar Honey. J6c at Druggists C. C. RICHARDSON & BRO, Auctioneers, Real Estate and Personal Property Sold Fatter approved and clerk furnished when De • Ired Satisfaction Guaranteed MU. AIK MD WM PtPPtR CONSTABLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 700-700 Maryland Iruat Building Baltimore, Md. —*m>— Klkton, Maryland. IN KiJCTON ON THRBDAY9 J. F. MITCHELL, AUCTIONEER Write or Telephone to Calvary, Md. trSPSTORIfI For Infants and Children. ■if f ACTQpijj The Kind You Have || eSMI Always Bought *. l| AU01101.3 pehcknT • AVeglaW(>Prp(ar#ionC)r.U 7-) ,-i M so=M simifaiing iteFoodanl Rnfiila UeaFS 1116 /.y \ 1 fISIS lingllip Sumiaclis andDuwcM X\/ lU* 5 |o| Signature /Af ’ J?” Promotes nf /(\ AI r - ness and Resl.Conlalnsneiiii #l\ IT Opium Morphine nor Mumil. It \H r 1 Nor Narcotic. I J\lJ 'il Jtntpfj [kSAMLILFITQSSR 1 I | I flmydur Sftd~ ■ h Wt-' ( (\ iP’ In , f isfcj Use • an."-® ApcrfeclßemedyforComlt| 1 I 1. y r-S< Hon, Sour Slnmarh.l)laiTt ( I Ilk/ ( „ n„. u 2^* i Worms jrnnvulsnujJ'ewmti *. m II VP I 1 ness ondLossoF Sure <J lUI UfUl : | -m Thirty Years KsapflOTnoin Exact Copy of Wrapper. tni eimuMcoaMn*. hi yom oitt. V%F HKli TO ANNOUNCF TMK \KIUV\L OF Ol’lt 1 I ■ Fall and Winter Importations nf Nowlllin In ami DomraHc Kulitnun of untiaual m-rlt, ami In vlt* your early in*|H'<-t ion. HIDING RKKKOHKN \ SFKCIALTV J. W. BREEDLOVE & CO. TAILORS 111 N. Charles St., 2nd Floor Gaither Blcg. Baltimore. Maryland Pictured a boy* la tha Hub-Mark Storm Slipper. FROM the Atlantic to the Pacific, from the Gulf to the Great Lakes, thia is tha favorite rubber of men and women who want a light-weight and dressy rubber that la a real protection | in snow and rain. Thia Storm Slipper ia also made for men, boys and girla. | Hub-Mark Rubber Footwear ia mad# in a wide variety of kinds | nd styles to cover the stormy weather needs of men, women, | boys and girls in town or country. | Tha Hub-Mark is your valua mark. HUB-MARK RUBBERS Th* World's Standard Rubber Footwear jD SGKTZ I fttßaaaaa —■ McMahon Bros. Transportation Company ' Beg to announce the installation of a Bus Line between Jarnttsuille, lorest Hill and Bel Air. Also Berkley. Darlington, Dublin and Bel Air. connecting with the Bus Jor Uueilea. Cars will slop at any point on signal to receive or discharge passengers. Schedule and R.ates to be Announced Laier, Gardiner's Ice Cream “THE GOOD KIND" The undersigned is ready to supply the pub lic with Gardiner’s Ice Cream, in any quantity from one gallon up Special attention paid to orders for festivals, Picnics, etc. Write or phone for prices. „j i rrcttsVillc njcry | j PHONE NO. D. N. THOMAS, JufTcttsviile 14 k. Proprietor. S J. L. GILBERT & BRO. \ A LUMBER COMPANY, | 2 j Lumber and Mill Work. | S A COMPO-BOARD 4 A fW Great Substitute for talk and Plaster. N S E. Falls and Eastern Avenues., BALTIMORE Y 1 r I GEORGE E. HARRIS & CO - TAILORS I Announce the arrival of the jt NEW WOOLENS J LI-'OU THK FALL AND WINTKU BKASON Jw •a.fitf inspection is incited, 107 N. Liberty Street, ff BALTIUOkB, UD 4 I mmm help your .4tW cows NOW NOW IS THE TIME TO CONDITION YOUR COWS TOGETMORE AND BETTER MILK ALL WINTER The amount of food rows eat is not a* important an the amount di Rested and thus made into milk, Good health, natural bowel movements, and a toning up of the system and milk producing organs are necessary to gel a steady and increased flow of milk. Ca/~SittO APERIENT (Cow Powder) Kivfn on the food J or 4 limes a week puts and keep* the digestive organs In energetic work ing order It loom-ns and carries off stagnant, clnggi d wasp-matter from the bowels, and regulates nutrition so that the food consumed is digested and converted into body-building and milk-producing elements which mean More Milk Meal and Money lb cause it is cone* titrated m*-dicine not a slock food it is given in small yet effective doses, namely, 2 tahlespoonfuls lor 4 limes a week A course of C AL-SilVO APtHl* LNT Cow Powder coats lets and always does the work. Try it. t Cornea in 2 lb. canr, Stic.; 12 lb. pails 12 0. and 25 lb pails, *4 (Mi. For Lump iaw. use Rstorbina. $2.00 For Chapped Teats use Glycolire 25c & 50c. McComas Bros . Hr I Sir E Tucker ACo . Inc., Forest HIM. 1 S MltcheM Calvary John Smith. Cariina Run. John Arthur A Sent. Fork Helton McCann. Dublin Samuel Street! Si.awtvilie Jarrett Bros A Ward Co . Jarretttville John F Wile*. White Hall N P Wright. White Hall A L Anderson Son ACo . White Hall R I W 0 Harvard, Fulford, H W OH worth. Hne Galley Brot A Orr. Street John H. Smith. Aberdeen. Geo. Slee A Co . Aberdeen J H. Davidson. Bynum B I Wychgiam. Edgewood a* There arc IN CAL-SINO KEMKDIKs fur Hones, Cattle, Swine and Poultry. Harford Garage J. MYRCKLE WELLS. Prop. Automobiles Hired, Repaired, &c. TIHKS AND TUBES in all sizes on hand at all times. TROUBLE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTEN- I TION. PHONE: BEL AIK 330. ICE CREAM! ICE CREAM! [FIB LUTHER M. KEFAUVER wishes to not Ifv the public that he has 1 taken possession of SPENCER'S CREAM ERV. COOPTOWN, MD.. and will make Jp*- - All Kinds Ice Cream. IW Fresh Pasturised Cream. IJ 11 We solicit your lrde and will tve W IJ prompt attention to all orders. LUTHER M. KEFAUVER ph3ne Spencers Creamery, ROCKS, MD. MEYER & THALHEIMER, j BALTIMORE & HOWARD STREETS, BALTIMORR. MARYLAND THIS nil. STATUI.NKKV STIIKK IS HKAIiyUARTKIIS Full Blink Books. Stationery. School Books. School Desks. School Supplies. Offlca Furniture. Sectional Book-Cises. Printing. Book Binding. Loosi Lnl Books, Loose Leaf Filing Devices. SCHOOL HOOK AND BLI*I*LV DKFAHTMKNT I F-TO-DATF WIRE AND IRON WORKS' 1 M AND FACTO KBHt* DP ALL KINDS OF Wire, Ornamental, Structural and Iron Work, Counter Railings. Office both phiu Partition* and Fencing. OFFICE 1510 24 N, R'jtiltr M , VIORKS Monllord Avcnut Biltimorc. Md tn a p g R la J tarn too? J. C. TAYLOR, MARBLE WORKS | —ALL K IN l OF Marble and Granite Monuments and headstones Ul>. PHONI JARRETTSVTLLE. MD. I Work delivered and put up in any part of the county Choice Ids for Sale AT FOREST HILL Prices Reasonable A. G. ENSOR. PHONIC For Sale THE ATTKACTIVE RESIDENCE PROPERTY located In Hast Darlington, now ocrupted by Mr. Asa Morrison. The Uwell- AyffkL - mg contains Ten Koomi. ia in excvltent order and deserve* ■ t ttlkriH the attentuin of anyone seeking QAwSHB- a desirable home at moderate cost, lue lot extends through to the public road in the rear, and has on it a good Stable and other OutbaLldiogs. Terms easy, to salt Durehasei. JOHN D. WORTHINGTON. Attorney for owner. For l(h‘iiiua(lniii. As soon as an attack of Rheumatism begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don’t waste lime and suffer unnecessary agony A few drops of Sloan’s Lmimrnt on the affected parts is ail you need The pain goes at once. A sratetul sufferer writes:— i was suffering for three weeks w ith Chronic Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, although I tried many medicines, they failed, and I was under the care of a doctor Fortunate ly I heard of Sloan's Liniment and after using it three or four days am up and well. lam em ployed at the biggest department store in S K where they employ from six to eight hundred hands, and they surely will hear all about Sloan's Liniment.”—H r. Smith, San Francisco, Cal —January, ttlft At all Druggists. H. J. Grove Lime Co Manufactures of the Famous Frederick Ca Lime which has proven a mine of wealth to the farm ers who have used it. Our capacity being large we are girepared to fill all orders promptly. OUR GROUND LIME As being used extensively with good results Direct connection between B. A O. and MAP. R. R., no extra charge. Address M. J. GROVE LIME CO.. Ua< Kiln, Fitdnrick Ce, AW. i Sheet Metal Work I , —DONE IN ! *w' ■ TIN, INGOT, BItAKN. j \ / UrsTI.ESH IKON, J GAI.VAMZKB IKON, j Resists Rust COI’PKIi, zinc, etc., for Building Marine and Hairy Stoves and Heater use —ALL KINDS OF— STOVES REPAIRED IST 13. CASK i UAVICK UK GItACK. MAItYI.AM) ”BONDS : The National Surety Co. Writes Ml kinds of Bonds, and More Bonds than an* other Co. H you wish bi lurnlsh Bond as Kxecutor, Admlniatnior. TtumUt. Wuwrdlwi, Committee. Contractor, Federal, State or County Official, or In any other capacity, this com pany is ready to serve you, thereby relieving you of the embarrassment of calling on an individual. ITH KiATKH AUK KEASONABLK. H. A. WHITAKER, Attorney and Agent, BEL AIR, MD. ISAAC W. THOMPSON, Auctioneer, BEL AIR. MD ' Guaranteed. 1 get result#. ( E. F. KUEHN Sum-Hhor (o John It. Farley -MAKER OF- Machine and Hand-Made HARNESS Repairing Promptly Done. BEL AIR. MD .J.k.k aaoa.ihu. uilmAE* Sy It : My \Vrc i 1 DON T II KSITATK ► to pick up your phone and call to un <iiv-un your order and we 4 will be only too ulad to deliver 4 w hat you waul at just the time , < you •>> All "i th many da* a • partmenlN in our druir store f * ahoiimi vn ilh asoiiahie offennga to uhichan- at your disposal and 4 due t" our immediate delivery in . 4 response to your telephone re- 3 quest. f 2 * \ Boyd & Fulford * 1 l .\|M I K 11. ..I Ol’llggiHlM L Rennert Hotel l.(K's(fd In the heart of Halttmore, Cor. Liberty and Saratoga St. Offers its patrons every facility of a first class Hi tel Rooms First Class. Service tbe Best On tha European Plan Ficlualvaly. NCWhJME i S rn " N are b it ,IA Zfor i rny wife \ I ■ v). J W NO OTHER LIKE IT. ‘>o NO OTHER AS GOOD. K “ NFW HOME" I w hava 'I • < f ' j i ',U.lilt ■ I II 1 ■ •• I r lit ID Ilia B NEW HOME". WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Ki ■ i tin . i i f r r -• > ng .juuliiica. N i ra r name IhL NEW HUME i)LW . WAi h,ne CO.,ORANIit,MA6S, Dealer \\ .inti’ll in I hi*. Territory THIS TRACTOR Does All Farm Work The Bates Steel Mule 1 in the only Tractor built that will I replace horse* fur every farm opera tion from plowing to harvesting. No New Implements are Necessary the tool* you new have will do the work cheaper, tpneker and better When hitched to a "HA'I MS STEEL Ml LE work* on any soil all the year round. One Man Op rules It The ••Hat.* Sind Mute" is the i eal one nan tat lor. Saves help, time and moil, v lias a Heavy I>ufy. Four Cylinder WAI KESHA Motor, Iwo Speed 'I t ansmiaaion, llanletied ( ot Hear* miming in oil and Holier Bearing*. Thin wonderful tractor i* hacked by a broad, Strong Guarantee. FOR FURTHER DETAILS SEE Wallace Sltbbins & Sons CHARLES & LOMBARD STS Baltimore, - Maryland. THE SAVINGS BANK OF HAllFOItl) co. BkL air. Maryland. CAPITAL KTOCk slo,(>ou I FA ICM FD si It I* Li's sJ,noo INTEKFSI ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS dfpohith ufcfivfd HTBJFCT TO ( IfFCK oi rectors DENIS J SHANAHAN JOHN 11. WYKONU EDW AND H. HALL R LEE MAONESS CHARLES A McOAW JAMES T NORRIS WILLIAM J SHANAHAN W. WORTHINGTON HOPKINS WALTER W. PRESTON *. PWSfON. President. WMN J. SHASAHAN. Vke Preside* JOMPH R. SHWUUN. Cshßv. CASTOR IA for Infanta and Cnildraa. Hu Kind You Hare Always Hoa^ht !toto * • tototo to ato->toto to ♦ to to tout m Henry S. Herman I LIKES, BERWANGER ACO 9 Clothier, and Genu Furnl.hmin 5 The .rEgis has the Largest Circulation.