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BEL HR. MO, FEB 4 19 6 Local (Affairs. nMr. J. Stanley Harry and wife have made a deed of trust to Meters. J an.es W. and D. G. Harry. I / A partial eclipse of the sun, looking Jlfke.-a huge bite out of a pie, was plain- Xly visible here at 11 o'clock on Thurs ••y. —The teacher and pupils of Coop town School will hold an oyster supper in the school on Friday evening, Febru ary —The Aldino Social Club will hold a meeting on next Monday to arrange for an oyster supper to be given by the club on the Kith. Mr. Frank E. Williams, State Sena tor from Cecil county and editor of the Cecil Whig, has purchased a tine farm near Zion for $14,000. —The ladies of Hock Run M. E. Church will hold a letter tax social at the home of Mr. J. P. Marlin on Wed nesday evening. February 9th. —Messrs. Howard and Robert Clark, Jr., of Fallston neighborhood, took a jolly party on a straw ride to Shirley Hal(, Fork, on Tuesday night. —Mr. John Macjmber.of York county, nest l Delta, is feeling seriously the heavy weight of his 97 years, and his death would not be unexpected at any lime. Th 4 |*lay, “The Sisterhood of Bridget,” will be given by a number of Highland Grangers at the Firemens’ Hall, Delta, on Saturday evening. Feb ruary 6. —An important meeting of the Edu cational Department of the Bel Air Civic League will be held at the School House on next Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Men's Brotherhood will meet this (Friday) evening in the Sunday School room of the Bel Air M. E. Church. An interesting program has been arranged. Senator Archer has secured the ap pointment of Miss Edna Oldfield, of Rocks, as stenographer at large, and .Mr. Robert 11. Archer, Jr., as clerk to the temperance committee. —The Order of lleptasophs, which was organized at Colora about twenty years ago, has broken up, causing the several members to lose a considerable sum of money. —Cecil Whig. The Committee on Elections began on Wednesday to hear the contested election case of Hopkins versus Ward Mr. Ward was returned elected to the House of Delegates by a majority of 10 votes. V / Workmen are busily engaged con certing an office under the steps leading ' Vp to our court room into a new office for the Sheriff. This room has former ly been used by the Orphans’ Court for filing purposes. A mass meeting to protest against the Havre de Grace race track will he held in the Bel Air M E Church on Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts, of Washington, will make the address. Mr. Melvin Wallis, of Bel Air. was taken suddenly ill with appendicitis on Wednesday night and rushed to the Hebrew Hospital, Baltimore, where he was immediately operated on by Dr Bttgley. At present he is doing vety nictfly. J Mr. William Walter Hughes, form erly of Aberdeen, died on Saturday at his home in Bordentown, N J., after a short illness from pneumonia. His funeral took place from the M. E Church in Aberdeen on Wednesday afternoon. Messrs. Win. F. and George Hays have purchased Mrs Joseph T. Deck man's fine farm located near Bel Air and expect to rn vc to it in the spring. This property contains about 67 acres and is improved by a handsome new residence. Members of Joppa M. E. Church are greatly gratified by recent inteitst shown in its activities. Ihe Sabbath School has increased three fold since New Year’s, and a Christian Endeavor Society has been organized with forty nine members. While LititZ, in Lancaster county, is a noted center of the religious Socit ty of Friends, they do not by any means have a monopoly. Last Sunday week a hole was cut in the ice on a neighbor ing mill dam and twenty six persons were immersed according to the rites of the Church of the Brethren. -The Circuit Court for Cecil County having decided after a recount of the ballots was completed about two weeks ago that Mr. J. Turner Cameron, Demo crat, should have been declared elected County Commissioner last November, he has since taken the oath of otlice and entered upon his duties. The case of John Rush Streett against Beal Howard for commissions due for having consummated the sale of his Verdant Valley farm about two years ago was settled outside of rouit a few days ago. It had previously gone through the Baltimore County Circuit. \ Court and the Court of Appeals. Y —The interest of residents of this A community was keenly aroused on Fri day evening by a beautiful glow which ap 44red intermittently in the norlh eastgSp sky The lurid light was later ea plain e 1 shin news was received of an o.xpl i*i > i at the Du Font powder wor* i6 located near Wilmington, Del. -At the sale of personal property held recently by Mr. Albert T. kopks auctioneers C C Richardson & Hro., received flattering prices for the goods. Among the most striking prices paid were $1.40 per bushel for potatoes, SLO per ton for hay and It 40 a barrel for corn. The live slock brought propor tionately high prices. Contractor Charles A Bull has be gun to remodel the residence on Broad way. Bel Air, recently purchased of Mr. Edward Lingan- by Mrs. E H. I. Pae Thi changes will include enlarge uient, installation of m<dvrn heating, sanitary plumbing and a general re modeling of the interior, making it h thoroughly convenient and desirahb properly. Several of our public spirited citi zen who are anxious to maintain Bel Air's enviable reputation in Ihearnateui baseball world have called a public meeting to be held in the Armory on Wednesday evening, February 9lh, at 8 o’clock. All baseball fans, and per sons ; interested in clean sports ate earnestly urged to attend this meeting and belp boost the movement. Bel Air M P. Charge, Rev. B. W. Kmdley, pastor. Sunday, February, 6th. Providence —Sunday School 930 and Preaching 10.30 A. M. Union Chapel —Sunday School 2 and Preach ing 3P. M. Bel Air Sunday School 10 A. M Celebration of the 35th an niversary of the Christian Endeavor movement, 8 P. M., Prof. C. Milton Wright, superintendent of Harford County Schools, will make the address. The subject of a manager to take charge at the County Home vice Mr William F. Kislmg, deceased, was taken up by the County Hoard on Tuesday. As every thing is moving smoothly under existing conditions no change will be made, at least not before Spring. There are a number of applicants seek ing the appointment. tf congregations of the four Falla -4 , churches met at the Friends Meet- J ing House, and with Mr. Caleb Moore ? presiding, discussed plans for organiz • mg the churches in an association to be known as The Community Center for the Country Church. All present heartily endorsed the preposition ami a second p meeting will be held on the evening of . the 18th. —The Towson papers speak in most i favorable terms of the service and in* • creasing patronage of the Cedarcroft • and Towson bus line which was started several weeks ago, through the efforts of our former townsman, Mr. C. Kobie , Grafton. Buses leave Towson every half hour, soon leave the York road and travel along attractive streets free from car tracks and reach the heart of the city in a half hour, their charge befog ten cents. y\- Apropos of the recent fox hunt in • this vicinity, the Oxford Press says that on the morning of the 2lst instant hunters with some 30 hounds started a fox near Lincoln which ran south along the Big Elk hills and then retraced his course to the neighborhood of the start ing point where he holed after an un usual run of eight hours duration. One hunter thinks they swapped foxes as a fox seldom stays above ground so long. The hounds were thoroughly exhausted / On Saturday constable E F. Guil nott learned that the ladylike manner \hich he was employing to arrest a prisoner was not a very effective one. While reading a warrant to Walter Spencer, colored, who was charged with breaking into Mr. J. A. Hannigan’s residence, the youth dashed away down the street with a speed which far exceeded thatuf his pursuer. It was only a matter of a few minutes before Spencer was lost to his pursuer and has not been heard from since. The subject of securing the services of a County Agent for the benefit of Harford farmers was recently discussed before the Highland Grange, which is the largest farmers' organization in the county, having some 170 members. Towards the close of the meeting Coun ty Commissioner Heaps asked that a vote he taken on the subject so that he might learn the sentiment of the com munity. This was done and a hearty and unqualified approval was voted, hut either Mr. Heaps did not hear it or he does not have much confidence in his neighbors’ judgment. The regular meeting of the Bel Air Civic League was held at the Country Club on Tuesday afternoon, when some thirty ladies assembled to hear an ad dress by Miss Katherine Pritchett, Maryland Representative of the Nation al Government in the organization of Domestic Departments for the benefit of young women throughout the county. Miss Pritchett nave an interesting ac count of the purposes of the movement, and of the work already accomplished, including an account of what has been already accomplished in the six schools already in operation in Harford. It was later announced that arrangements have been completed for the organiza tion of a class here in the near future. The Maryland Metal Cross Tie Com pany, which for several years has been experimenting with a concrete tie, and claims to be able now to furnish a superior tie for a price railroads can well afford to pay, is apparently near ing (he time when they expect to begin manufacturing. Havre de Grace, where the president, Mr A Freeborn Brown resides, seems to he quite interested in securing the factory, though it is claim ed that three other cities have offered inducements to secure it. The propos ed plant will he 200 by 400 feet in di mensions and employ between 200 and 300 men. The directors of the company are S. A. Williams, W. J. S. Miller, James H. Harlow, George L. Town- i send, Jr., A. Freeborn Brown, Clarence C. Foreman, Hr. F. W. Steiner and \rthur 1,. Jackson. • * OR II P A VS’ 101 Id VOTES. H. G. Walker has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Emory Roberta. Eunice A Barton has been confirmed as executrix of the estate of John W. Barton. Carrie B. Ivins has been appointed Irninistratrix of the estate of Pearson E. Ivina. SFV A TOR I \ I. CANDIDATE. The announcement of Mr W. Cabell Bruce’s candidacy for the United States Senate will he seen elsewhere, and will attract widespread attention. Mr. Bruce’s brilliant career is well known to the people of Maryland, and his plat form is one on which every Democrat can stand (irmly on both feet. Mr. Bruce’s personal character and private life are on the same plane as his public tareer. A HIVTERS WELCOME VISITORS. I lAbout twenty members of the Elk ri||ge Hunt Club spent the week end in Air and enjoyed some lively chases over Harford hills. ()n Saturday the members of the club, accompanied by local sportsmen, spent the day with their pack in Thomas Ron valley and had two lively hunts. After resting at Kenrnore Inn over Sunday the visitors on Monday hunted in the vicinity of Krnrnorton and again succeeded in get ting up two foxes. SHERIDAN HOPKINS. Miss Cora Hopkins and our populsr deputy sheriff, Mr. R. Coleman Sheii dan, took their friends by surprise on Thursday of last week by quietly li| - ping off to Baltimore and being married. The ceremony was performed at noon by Rev Leonard B. Smith, at his resi dence on Charles street. The bride was attired in a grey traveling auit with hat and gloves to match. After a brief honeymoon the couple returned to Bel Air where they have aince been receiv ing the congratulations of their friends. \J TIME EOIt ACTION'. AWe feel confident if our Board of Tdyvr. Commissioners had paid a hasty visit to Dallam Place on Monday after noon they would have become fully im pressed with the necessity of expend -1 mg some money on improving this street. When a large furniture van at tempted to run up the street the driver ' soon found he had struck a veritable 1 sea of mud, in which his machine could make no progress. By desperate wrk upon the part of the men connected with the truck it succeeded in covering t fifty yards in a thickly settled portion of i our town in about the same time the ■ trip from Baltimore to Bel Air had I taken, leaving in us wake two furrows - which would put our neighboring farm r era’ plows to shame. The residents along this street take I great pride in their properties and de serve a better roadway. e PROPERTIES OFFERED. On Monday Jas J. Archer, attorney, 1 offered the Corbin Arnoss farm contain ing 110 acres located in the Fourth dia * trict, at the Court House door but with e drew the property at a bid of $4500. 1. Thompson was the auctioneer. IheS W. Haines property located in the First district and containing 57 - acres was offered by John H. Worthing - ton, attorney, and withdrawn at a bill * of S3OOO. C. C. Richardson & Bro.A - conducted the sale. * I VV. Thompson, auctioneer, offered r the William W. Kegley property con taining 189 acres for Robert 11. Archer, I attorney, but was forced to withdraw f it at $6,900, I HE KNOWS. /hi a recent edition of the Evening Sun there appeared in that marvelous I column headed “Good Evening”, which might much more wisely be entitled “Pandora's Box” the following little squib which everybody will agree proves what a wise man is J. 1). W. We don’t know where he lives. SEVEN RULES FOR DOMESTIC HAPPINESS Shovel paths - Fix the screens Stoke the coal Cull the beans - Give your wife All you make Cuss her foe* — Praise her cake! J. I. W. A MOSS HAG LEY. The home of Dr. Charles Bagley, of Bagley, was the scene of a very pretty wedding at noon on Saturday. January 29th, when Dr. Bagley’s eldest daugh ter, Miss Lillie Virginia, and Carvill E. Amoss were married by the Rev. John I. Yellott. The wedding march was rendered by Mrs. Samuel Watkins, of Ellicott City. The house was tastefully decorated with evergreens and palms. The bride, attired in a blue traveling suit with hat and gloves to match and wearing a corsage bouquet of lilies of the valley, was given away by her father. The groom is a prosperous farmer. After the ceremony the couple left for a honeymoon, and upon return ing to their farm near Fallston, they will be at home to their friends. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. W. H. White entertained at cards on Friday evening in honor of her niece. Mr. John M. Richardson was the week-end guest of Ins parents. Mr. Harry Lee Thompson, of Denver, Col., is spending a few days with friends here. The friends of Miss Bessie Farnandis were greatly shocked to hear of her serious illness in Ardmore, Pa., where she has been visiting for some time. Miss Alma Beatty, of Taylor, is visit ing Mrs. Clara Wilcox, of Brooklyn, N. Y. On her way home she will spend several days with relatives in Philadel phia. Mr. and Mrs A. M. Neale and the Misses Neale, of Abingdon, a p e spend ing the winter in Baltimore, POI NTY COMMISSIONERS. Road checks were issued as follows. Walter Everett, $lB 85; Philip Sewell & Son. $9.60; F P. Brazier, $21.12; J. W. Wilson, $117.78; Cleveland Lemon, $26.50; Joseph M. Norris, $32.15; Ed mund Snodgrass, $5.60; James M. Growl, $80.26. Orders on County Treasurer. John A. Robinson, (’Jerk Circuit Court, ac count, $159.60; John S. Richardson, drugs for jail, $7 10; B. Frank Webster, Orphans’ Court, sl6; John N. Spencer, same, sl6; William Munnikhuysen.flarne, sl6; Court House Commission, janitor and supplies, SSO; J. W. Wilson, sup plies, Winters' Bun bridge, $123 09; Louis DeGoll, wood for Court House and jail, $76; John F. McCornmons, election account. sl6.2o;Ri<‘hard Roberts Air Son, machinery, repairs, etc., $lO 30. A delegation was before the Board asking for the improvement of the road from Highland to Ady under the Shoe maker Act. \/ PERRYMAN SCHOOL HOI'SE V HER NED. \l'he two-room school house located at PTryman was destroyed by lire last Thursday night. The lire was discover ed about nine o’clock, apparently orgi nating where the stove was located, and the building was soon h mass of rums, including the furniture, books, and also a piano donated by the generous pa trons of this thriving institution. Be sides the school hooks, was one of Ihe best circulating libraries, containing shout 400 volumes, to be found among our public schools. The rear half of this structure was erected in I*7B, but the capacity of the building was doubled about 1900, the patrons contributing liberally towards the Improvement. Educational sentiment and pride in their school which always showed them selves io a substsotial way, are features of which Perryman community is justly proud, and we hope that the late struc ture may be replaced by a new house which will be ir* accord with modern standards and their desires Fortunately there was an insurance of $1,700 on the building carried by the Harford Mutual Insurance Company. 081 FUAKY. MRS. HAWAII E. TAYLOR. Mrs. Sarah E. Taylor died at tier home in Baltimore on Sunday, aged HO years Her funeral took place on Tues day, interment at ('enter M. E. Church, Rev Eugene Tucker officiating. She is survived by one brother, Mr. S. H. Nizer, of Forest Hill. MRS. EI’IIRAIM MCCLUNd. Mrs. Ephraim McClung, of Norris ville, died on Monday and was buried in the M. E. Church cemetery on Wednes day. Besides her venerable husband, she leaves three sons, Webster, Morgan and Nelson, and three daughters, Mrs. H. Yost, Mrs. Amanda McGinnis and Mrs. Ralph Ady. MRS. EMMA A. BARTON. Mrs. Emma A. Barton died at her home near Delta on Monday. Her fu neral took place on Wednesday morning, services and interment at Slate Ridge Presbyterian Church, Rev A. Lewis Hyde officiating She was thedsughter of the late Henry C. Arnos, of Five Forks, and is survived by her husband, Erdmari J. Barton. WILLIAM F. KIELINCJ. The funeral of Mr. William F. Kil ling. superintendent of the County Home, who died on Wednesday of last week, took place Saturday afternoon, and was largely attended, services and I interment at Mt. Zion M. E Cemetery, Fountain Green, Revs Felienbaum and i Gill officiating. The pall bearers were I. Wallace Heaps, T. J Stempel, C. C. I Rouse, W. A. Wheeler, George Ostheim, H. A. Whitaker, Charles Reed and Jas. T. Norris. Dean Air Son had charge. JOHN T. HARKINS. * Mr. John T. Harkins, a well-known - citizen of the third district, died at his home near Forest Hill early Monday morning of paralysis. Mr. Marking, who was 73 years of age, served in the . 7th Maryland Regiment during the Civil War, and has hi nee been a moat aetive . member of theG.A. R. Hia funeral took place from hia late residence on Wednesday morning, interment being j made in Centre Cemetery. Rev. R I*. j> Fellenbaum conducted the services. The pall bearern were Messrs. A D. | Wilson, Wilbur F. Wallis, K. R. Fyle, 1 ('. K. Jelfery, Charles L. Vail and Wai te/ Hailey. 1 JllM'Ol'vrV AK>T KOK HAKVOKU. J A delegation of citizens, which an ex perienced Commissioner said exceeded in size, intelligence and representative ca pacity any group of men he had ever seen before their Hoard, with possibly , two exceptions, appeared before the , County Commissioners on Monday and , asked that a levy of SI,OOO be made I next year to cover half the cost of an . agricultural agent for Harford county. , Later in the day a majority of the Hoard declined to make the levy. It was a noteworthy feature that a large proportion of those favoring the proposition included our thrifty young farmers and landowners who are forg ing ahead and practicing advanced agri cultural methods which must be adopted if we would not be swamped by failure by following old lime methods. These men earnestly but vainly asked that they be furnished an expert whose duty would be to give agriculturalists, without cost, the best information on their business problems at the disposal of the national government. The following agricultural organiza tions were repreaented and their hearty endorsement was presented in short, forceful remarks by their duly appoint ed spokesmen: The heer Creek Farm ers’ Club, the Faliston Farmers’ Club, Forest Hill Farmers’ Club, Darlington Civic League, Upper X Roads Grange. Jarrettsville Grange, the Forest Hill (irange and the Highland Grange. Mr. W. H. Harlan led off with a clear, force ful presentation of the subject, and short trenchant remarks were made by Messrs. George K. Silver, James Har low, A. G. Knsor, Fdgar 11. Cairnes, T. Roy Hrookes, Joshua Ward, School Commissioner William 11. Day, J. L. McCormick, Cecil Lloyd, William F. Robinson and W. S. Scar If. Among the other deeply interested participants were Messrs. Thomas Gross, Dr. Her bert Hoopes, Gladden Davis, William Oldfield, William B Slime, John Ho| kins. Coleman Smith, G. T. Radebaugh, A. H. Twining, James W Hamilton, Sr., Garfield Harry, G Cover Streelt, Nick Nelson, Fmmanuel Hlatiey, T. Jerome Heaps, Newton Heaps and John Webster. Mr Coleman Smith opposed the proposition, but he did not make his argument as clear as he usually does, and it was not until towards its close that his listeners learned how In* would vote. At this stage of the hearing a vote was proposed, and the President of the County Hoard announced that as the Hoard was being called on to make an appropriation of some importance, it was due them that they should have a frank expression of opinion on the sub ject, those opposing doing so at this time instead of later. A vote was then called for and .TU voted for the levy and 4. Messrs. Coleman Smith, G. Cover Street!, James W. Hamilton, Sr , ami one other voted in the negative. We understand that the matter was turned down on the very commendable basis of economy, hut just why the large preponderance of substantial tax payers, who otlicially represented sev eral hundred other heavy taxpayers, were not capable of deciding that they wished to be taxed was not disclosed. Neighbif iood News Havre dr Grace Letter. Havhk ik GllA'K, Feb. Ist. Last Wednesday morning an unusually per feet rainbow was seen m the western sky and by many taken as a sign of an appioachingstorm, which, however, has not yet arrived. The Havre tie Grace Minstrels are preparing a line program for the 2illi and 25th of this month Our town is free once more from scarlet fever. Miss Grace Whitaker, who was iptite sick last week, is much better. Mrs Charles Hawkins, of near town, died last night after a short illness Resides her husband she leaves two little children. Miss (trace Nelson, of White Hall has begun her duties as assistant leach er in our High School. Miss Washburn, who went to San Diego, Cal , With Rev and Mrs L K Marshall when they moved to that ni\ from here, was the guestof friends hen this week. Miss Washburn is spending the winter with her brother in Plula delphia. Juircllstille Affairs. JAKKKTTSVILI.K, Fell. 2nd. Misses Kthel and Marie Hurton, of Glen \nn, are visiting their sister, Mis. Mai tin A moss. Mrs Reynolds has returned to her home in I’.allnnore after spending tie past week with Mrs. 'Thomas Brown. Mrs. Blanche Grove, of Dallas, 'Texas, ami Mrs. John Slade, of Hnionville, 'ld , spent a couple days with Mr. ami Mrs J G. Taylor. Mr. Hugh Hradley has returned I • Washington College after spending ft" past two weeks with his parents, In. and Mrs. Hugh Hradley. Mrs. J. C, Taylor is spending thi week with her daughter, Mrs. A. II St. ( lair, of Rocks. Mr. and Mrs, II Taylor and Mr W. G. Merry man, of I’altimore, were the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs, N. O. Merry men. Mr Kdwm Jarrett, who has been ill at the Maryland General Hospital for tin past two weyks, was able to come to ins borne on M'lnday. Aberdeen Letter. AiiKKDKKN, Feh, 2nd. Mr and Mrs. Morgan Mitchell entertained at dinner on Monday m honor of Rev. ami Mrs W. A Price. The Christian Kndeavor Social which was held at the manse last Friday even ing was well attended and a delight lul entertainment was rendered by the young people. Rev, Harold F. I'elle grin,of Churchville Presbyterian Church addressed the society. Mrs. Morgan Mitchell is spending some time at the Shirley Hotel, Haiti more. Mr. Silas R. Hailey died on Tuesday, February Ist at the Maryland Univer sity Hospital, where he had been under treatment for several weeks. He died a few moments after an operation. He is survived by a widow, who was Miss Annie Gartv, of Avondale, and three sons, Messrs. Harry Hailey, of Annapolis, ar.d Arthur and Murray Hailey, of Baltimore. The home of Rev. and Mrs. O W. Lusby was enlivened on Friday evening by an unexpect* d visit from the congre gation of Aberdeen M. K Church South, of which Mr. Lushy is pastor. 'This occasion combined the two featuies of a donation party and a social. Robert Stansbury, colored, was the victim of a startling accident caused by a cowardly automobile driver last Fri day night. While driving on the Havre l de Grace road an automobile crashed into his buggy, smashing several of the wheels and cut the horse about the I body and legs. Stansbury was thrown out and temporarily stunned into un consciousness. 'The driver escaped. Harlington .News. Darlington. Feb. 2. Mrs. Newlin Smith and Miss Hannah Hopkins are visiting their sister, Mrs. Kphnarn , Hopkins, in West Chester. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maxwell are the ’ guests of Mrs. Maxwell's mother, Mrs. ' Killingsworih. , Miss Mary Roberts is spending some t . time with her sister, Mrs. Gilpin Wilson. Mrs F/len Brown ami Miss Flizaheth Hopkins are visiting in Baltimore. l * Mis ,Mar\ Nottingham entertained I the Literary Club last Friday afternoon, n Mrs. Cassia Hailey is visiting her mother. Mrs Hedrick Miss Flizaheth Thomas ami Miss Sarah Fllicott, of the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, spent the week-end at their home here, Mrs, George of Berkley, if ’ visiting her iister, Mrs Daniel Bratton. ■ in Fikton. Miss Isabel 'Thompson, who has been visiting in Newark, Del., has returned , to her home. Mis. James R Massey is in the Church Home, Baltimore, for treat > men l. Mrs. Milton Hammond, of Stewarts r town, I’a , is visiting her mother, Mrs Mary F. Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. H. Gilpin Smith, who • are spending the winter in Portland, I Oregon, write that in Portland they have had the first freeze and snow storm for a number of years 1 Miss Sallie F Harper is visiting Mrs. Marian James, near Aberdeen. • Mr ami Mrs. F Allen Hays, of Par sons. W. Va , and Mr 'Thomas Hays, of Relay, spent last Saturday with 1 their aunt, Mrs. Ruth Williams. Miss Mary Dawson was the guest of Mrs F M Allen last week Miss Fdith H Selfe is visiting her cousin, Mrs. George Henderson, in New York. DeufnesH < ’mmol lit* Cured. by local <i |i|>l ii'ii i ions :i >, t In- > <'ii a nut reach t lit ills' iv <1 liorllon nt Hit i ar. I 111 re in only oar •'*' to cure deafness. and Unit is by I'oiisiiln Hsm.il remedies Ib ufo. ss is . nised bv mi in f jllMll-ll roll'll) lon Ol I lit- IIHICOUS lining of tin Fu laebiun Tula*. 'Vilen this lids- is Inflamed you Ini vi- a niiuliling sound or imi>-rlt n hear mu’ and when i is enlirelv closed Healinss is Ihe n-siill. ami unices dir inflammation can be taken ml and llt in tula restored in Ms normal condition. bearing Mill be destroysd forever, oiin eases oul of im are caused in t’alarrh, vvhleli Is iiolhlnu but in nill.imed roiidllliiii ol the mucous surfaces. "'■wflfidve One lllllldl d Hollars for miv rase uf Deafncsk . us. d bye ilurrh' that e u not he eui id hy Hull s t ulan h Cure Send for circulars, free „ I .1. riIKNFY * CO.. Toledo, o. Sol.l |,y Druggists, 7.V Dike Hall's Family Pills for coiisimallon. Postponed Public Sale —OK Stock & Implements The undersigned. having sold bis (.rollerl\ will sell mu tin- <dd .lob.) I. w • II ni .iperly, bleat eo on Ilii road l< idlng from Wllna to lupi i about I.ulf a mile tiom Jerusalem, on Saturday, Felt. 12th, Idle Commeneinii al I'.' o'clock M , (lie Followinw i'FUSONAI. I'bOI'IIMN lo w II; ii £x Ftin II in Mare, nn . lulling al.oiit I’.lßl iniun.l t ■mb I. nnill nn.a k iii.NNNl.il , will drin, Mub •tub i. nn ill Nvork in any kind ol liuiipss. Farm " iir.ni, will carry lw. ton , Hay Cat rlim d ' I. w 1 1 . i (on Wagon Biiggt Road • mis. I N|i|. ss " agon. (Hisii Clni'i <i Flow Nn in. 2 two boi s. i ii 11 1 n,• I mis . Spr ini. lootb ll.n i ..w \ ll.ii w Roll'i I>. . im, Mmw r, Hors. Uai. ••.•id- n II iri• *\n . |ii< Rons Con. Marker in I'omalo Row M n kei I . Cham. slmui < ii• mm F.d. , m t ■ od sluin' • lay lii Hid Hli|ii ' Fori el II .* . I i Ham. ss good si I 11 11. ■ \ H.n ms Plow llm less. V Work Mr lit I. . Riding Saddle and Mndb i’ora Sin ll' i good Win at and bits |- an. ’• Mill Cans, l Cob a Barrels, Huv by Hie Inn. Fmbb i by Hie InnnHe. 201) bushels Oats Inn n ii, ,i bk) i nutitfi. .i Honk Inn • hail and Slruigbl Hack Chairs IIK MS IH SAIF All mint* >.l flit and uml.a cash, on sums on. i Ibal limoiinl a er. ill* ol h monllis nn ill be glvi n purelta I 11. nil 111 II i.mt■ -. Wtill ■ CUI It • II provi dby ii" mi Hon* -1 hin lug hilt n-i froii day id sub am; |. ..\ abb al bank I M HOKI RV H. O M. i mu Im y Aueiimii i r Pubic s,i| c lb. nod-i nan d, nil • mil in* lo |inl (ariiilm will al Ini n \m lion m.i .1 lleio.mi Sn.-ncer lurn*, b" lb d Mil Hie road leading from I .ipldllii lolluni' I <.1... e. aboiil one nub ii.im lorim i l dne;. On Friday, Feh. IS, HM6 Ih ginning al II o'elork. A M .Hie Follow inr PI H.sttN \l PIfIIPFIM V. in ns it £ et m H.n Mar. HI N.-ars old, web hi iibonl I too I ."in..l sound uml n line worl.i .mil safe fm Inin lo drive lu. V II". Wili-bl ili.lll lOMI noond a Inn-ss m k.-r HI ink i nil. :i sears old n I'Ubaboill 11 .al poo lob |'nil brok.iii .1* i■ . i onn 7 \ear . old " ill I" hin .lorn K. d Cow, s ' irs old, ssill In n . I. ibiuil ib< middle • ■ .1 u■lnHi d i , 5 vein old fia n limul I lit ■ 111.1. He of Aligns) Ihi ..lilts-.,11. .'Mod tlllf let ■'.nn 2 I tell, is, 2 yeais "Id b'llh nn Ur" i i .i ityi i. "id ni" I Hull I •.1 old I i nl How of (hi ■ ".ii" ler Wldli mow in Mai eh: I'oil aide Ibnkin Ibm • . • ■ !0 barrels Corn 5 lio nbaioi <ni * llnflaio |OO •gg - HI Hu "lb. I 100 egg rii|iaeily Inn • Wagon in good condition i m il-lior • n- >. on. Il.r, i arroot. 1 it. H.n k nn I. nilin. l"i|. d". s. Met iiril.b k Mi", .nn Mat loin mail. . • Pm keyi llonbli I hull b Workei -in ior loot b IhiriM' 'ini ".a I. I. ..ol 1. 1ni' 11. 11 rim No till I Single Workei V orket mil u.ii.i eombiiied How Market. ,-"...1 . m - P,.bb. . i . i I. ~d I I n ness, mi. i ni i... i i im and ham) m.nb b i . iiiiiird si. • n it i- N. i i 1 1 ni.• i ii. ..I II db i b(able lb ml . • ... ..II in, |1... I looble 1 1" 1 1 inb I o-'b 1 11 lb n N I "If lli m. bn 1b.,. UIM l.n 111 ~, • Nil",, I "111 In ... \ • ( "NN I b "I. I"I I bos els. C "II I. 111 II ■ and •f. NN lull, il im TFHMS OF SAI I Ml sums "f III! nod no.ln • . I. on nn •.■ ■ i . 1 H." mini a• i • dll Hi .ii in given : .11. (lasers givinu Ibeii nob wllli mioo ••o ■ .''inly . In arlng Inb i • I irmi. day "I Mile ami n in aide ul H ink MilH I II HOPKINS I " Tlnonn "■■ 'o inn.. i i Pubic a'c I be in i "in C • farm on nn hlch in mom i i ib nn .ii iii ..i i i i • sent r* .nb .< ■ bie.i ..1 •n. lln >t ale l<"inl l* adiog from lb I Mi lo IP Imrv on I’riday, I Vl.niary isth, P.Hb l<> gillllitig ill H> "'el i;k A. M . Hie Following PF.HSON \l PHOPI HI V. to mi) ■£t i ii 11 cows, (inde (uurn-c"., Jcrsrys & lli.lsld.s, fr h. oilier -N.i nn in. i • go.gi lo| of row* ''ibiMii iy lb if* i fiic'ii Uul .' ..I old ■• n. ' anln il 11 • i II nr si b yeai old In lum will weigh I too li iid and * ."""i .N' 11 ■ i i>i nb 'ii llm i years old in Julj *<ll ■. i. Ham iionod ouodaodw.il ti l. a . . ■ . ■ in*- prtlr iii i'n • i■i ii iiiui i m n iu ami 11 , • n old mu 1 and will work unywiii re, •. ■ .g* '.n lender. Ihiy llrood Man 11 ,■ n old ... foal mind and igo id u"i lo • Agi tl Man sound ind a good world I 1 '< llreeehbnnd 11..* m ,'-i ■I ■ ...I Him *1 nigb Ini in. II <rm . < "Ibii Hi i lb . Hal), i Hobb* i ln> 'I "(■ Illirfgy Hold, i 'in liinillv Ciinia!" with poli mil liufl I lay ton Wagon. Mill Wagon VIUO eoniid- > mnily llird.. I Wugoo. .11 i">".i condition. Ifl Iml liny 1 arriagCi IMm p lari, in w " o.ul II il M.iinii* ■•> #i ,idi r *<•* • Kelp. a> w "d ns nt nn , nan I (•>!• Sleds svil lilt'd |t. li 'in dII f man '#rain IO . 11, Ibi img Mow • i (Ihsi'k Hoss < urn Plano i nsiili I bum, llm • H.ke 2 lb", b l ' 1'.,, i. W rldi ifolb r. "'••••(• r •... u ■ Ii Phot ■ Plow 17-loolb fj "i ■ ll.irroNs sit.ooltiing Marrow. 2 Stios'l Pb ns s|. -d 'I oolli • iillivali.r, I horse Corn * nil* i. ,1 hove) Mm!' • lirlodstone Work Item b, wilb Vise, pair Wagon prings, ZHOfi pounda • ipncMy; '.rain I an. Hay I "it H"., m l hb.el M< al Harrel a l a uf Fmply Ham I , Meal lb m h Corn by the barrel I>• la. al S'(i n aim WiO pounds ca iril I • olei Hoi v. lot oi - 'id Iron and mm Hon ebold flood pair of llerlslead I ley firgan in good i "mliti'io. Hemioniini Hr< • . h imniiog .'■lnd fiun •od many olh* I nln l* '•,•" ounn rou lo n o lion TFHMS Ol SAM All sum* of IHi and ind i i . It, on sums on. i il a I amount > • redd "I - moi.lbs vs Hi I" gr. • n ■ ■ I gIVIO Ih'ir IOH I /111 If ll V '■ I • appi "■. '.it. lh< im '. i, bearing inter* I from day ol sab .nnl .■. ai.b at ll.n lord Hank CffHHIN A OHAFION C f.' Ifn-bardsoo A Hro , Aueliooei r II A Will i AFI If. A i riiHM'. . Sheriff’s Sale Hy vlrftfe o' ■ writ ■! Fe n Faeia . . n d out ' the (.ireuil Court for ll.n .id Homily. .11 Hn fllb day of January, lklf|, al II nil nl Vallei K Ifogi r>. plainlifl. ngaio-l Arll or H. nt< 1 ....I ii ah I If. id 1 def< nd iota, i" 0.. dlri cl* rl, 1 1 >• ■ fixed and tal 11 it Hon all ill 1 (Hie. in ten 1 il md 11 boi hat lav nd in ••(inly of Hie s-id Anhm H* r.’* r aril Surah ■I Ib nler, 10 and to Hn foil* ns mg Personal Piopi , rty i namely, One Traction Fngini and Drilling Ma thin* for Drilling Wclla, Onj Hop and Two ifeila, ngw on Hn pretniaos *>i lb* Darlinglon Cn-amery it Durlir.gt"i. in Hi* fifth l.beti.m Disiric" <i f H.n b,rd f "ii'ily And I hti' hy giv*- noli* . Dial on Wed nod ay, Feb. 16th, 1016 At II o'cloi\, A. M., I will "f|. 1 '"i ii. it Pub Me li ii. on ."I Creamery pr> mm' 10 llji ford County, c - said properly " i/ed and fak*-o 10 <■< eu'ion. to lb*- tiigii st indd* r lor <'a , ROiIFR I S \: 1 r: .1111 riff (-■ ('. Richardson A Bro . A m i 10m * 1 Children Cry FOR FLETCHER S CASTQR'A \v. * \m;iii, iiikm'k Ik'iiutiTHilt. I'aiulirliiU* for I nitcd Stalr-N Sritafc. Snbjeei to Primary Fleet inn May I. mill /Vr’ft/r/fM/ */ Murj/laml Senate 1SIHI; / /*!</ of Haiti more (’Hit Imw /V --fnirtment, I!KU- IlHIS; t'auHHel to l*ub lie Srrrire t'amminsian, lit UK 111 HI. PLATFORM. Tlu* s.hi JetToraoiiinn prineiplp of etjutil nttii rxnet t ights to nil m**n; rolianee f*r in*livitlunl well being upon iiulivkliihl enlerpriae anil energy lather than iiimn Government patron age; the regulation (hut not the owner ship) of the telephone and the railroada hv (ioyerntnent; the higheat tlegree of ailminislrative economy conniatent with Hie public ncceHMitica; a tarilT for reve nue only; the largeat ineHMlire of local self government compatible with a vig orotia national authority; ami an army ami navy umpicationahly strong enough to prenerve our ahorea Mini lihertiea in violate. I’ltldi.slied by uuHiorily of CAIHOI.I. UOHMAN. Treasurer. OF Valuable Farm Hy v irlne of a power of nul*' eotil'ilncd in a deed of M*u Iguge from I aunt T Keen and bus •;otd to Robert Archer, dub d Hi*' Dili day of Jeeeinber, lu I - j, and *tf record unioog Hie I uml H- eonls of Harford County . Miiry l.md to I.(her '• A H No. IIP, folill 222. the undersigned will "ll* r t* 1 sule ul I'nblli- Aliellon at Hie Court House door, to It* I Air. On Monday, Feb. 2S, l!)l(i Al 12 o'clock M . (be Followingdeserilied Hi .i i i .ie oonvvyed by said Mortgage All Hint l^Al^M eoiilaiiilog 166 ACRES, More or I css, "i"tii wbleli Hie said I aura T Keen mow r* alder. Hunt*' In lb* s. ,mid 11. . inin In in. 1 of satil "oo 1n . on Ho 1 ' 11 blte roiiil h ading from Mn l. " Isn lib lo Ain rdi iii known us (be Ness "i It adji ii Ini ii.- Imdl ol Alla 11 Hour I m n and ol In 1 "id 1., in. ii.. -1.. . 1 uni •n. j 1.. Hi* Hd I 1 uni 1 Hi ■nby 1 labi 11 ayloi md W i 111 U 111 II I .in b.i 1 o| ,|, ~| dab d Ulb day of D . mbi 1 III! • nnd ..1 1.. ..id imoni ild land record In I.llht J ' h No bill. Hdl" Ml m IMi acrei ..I ii.. farm .11 (illabli mil (hi bid. me* in limb* 1 II bus a good oiebuid on II >f 1 sariely of fniil Ire* s. The Imi.rov* mi nis .J.s _ isi of U CIIMI IIRTAHI.I ( KAMI DWI 1.1.1 Mi, ss llii T C.WL hoimo mid Cellar, large Haro • ibkL .mil Sbibb combined. Cow bliildess llb I siiills and room ' •I lourli eii addilional 0111 s. Hurruek w ilb four [" ns . * D"ii'.i Hen House, " nod House le* Hons* . Smoko House, Milk House, and well .il I In- house and Inn 11 Ihe farm is alioui :i' miles from Perryman 'Hi r II A " H H , in 11 1,, tgliliui hood io*l eons 1 no oily near schools, churches amt si on s. i'F.RMS OF HALF One Ihlrd of Hie plll eliuse money lo lie pal l "• 1 • Ii on Hn day "i sab om Ibii .1 In nin and im lialani■ in on- In. months fron Hie day ol ■ ul*. Hi* <1 • till pay in* ul. to In m mi. r* si Hi* re from ROHKRT ARCIIKR. Mortgagee H* I An . Md. i c ' iclmmilsoii . Hro,. Auctioneers * If di dred an cxlunalon if the ii""- "f the ■•i 1 *lit iciy ini cl ciiii probably' be arranged for ■oi applieuliun be lon Hie sule Aitorncy's Sale —OF Valuable Real Estate IN llAliroilD COUNTY Hn siilii* "( Hi*' powei mid niilborllv eonliiln ■ ■■l in 11 moilgag* 1 1 "in " lllliiin !• I mill . diib il He I Hi da nnlAoi 1 1 in Hie yeu 1 11107, and 1 eeord 1.1 ii" 1 md II "i Harford I otinly. 10 l ibel n\ S I Nn I'l lull" •■ 1 1...1 < 1111 \ 1 ■'• "• dI" I n.ma I- Ml* .11111. d.-11l 11 11 having oe • oil' 1 1 th*-i ■•■ in. Hi" omb 1 -.(go • *l. A Homey on nied in nd morlg ig* .ns HI "if.i ul Poblie Safe ailin' Coin I lions*' door, m liel Air, On Monday, l-'eb. 2, I!M6 Al 12 o'clock M .Hi* lollosslog Valuftble Property -1 "nib in Hie I hud Fleellon Hl-.li b I of Harlot *l f olinlv I AH Ili >i| 6AKM OK PAR(,|:I. OP LAND "ini." •• 1 •>' 1 1* 1 <> 1 . irnet 1 Hied "Kvcrgrccii", .. b •Ii ii i" v 1 mill" in n inn |lie same may b. I n"ns 11 ni 1 ailed . "olaioliig Id Acre*. I Knud mid .tl >ii) I’crchcs 1.1 land in . - "i b udjiiiiiiog ll" bind of Hoi , I • ' "lb Hie fill Ml f"l Mill I N ONN lied by I 0 I hoina II bill" 1 1 and Olliers, mol In mg 111 a 111,-' 11 bit*' O' eldllVltllOO V Ail Dial 1 KM OK PARCEL OH LAND " ..ii."" d Iruet called 1 ' 01 by nn b.i ■ 1 n ii... "i n .i." it.. "... may lo known 01 ealicd, conlaiidng .15 Atrts, I Ku.id mid II I’tr lies ol Imd mot■ "i Ii 11., properly 1 lliialed ■... il.. 1 ■"( 1.■ road lending from Cliurelivilli I" '■b 11 n ili< .ml idjoiM ii.. 1 "id "i lb I tifmm II Hub'll mill "ll" I 110*1 I lOl|||OV*|| J TT| ' 'l'’ I I'U II I IN'. HOI SI and S.a- oil" 1 loilbiuldiog - lb ibov* 11 op* 11. 1 lb* and nil Hie bind di eriben in 11 deed from I bonni 11 bobiii-on 1 1 iisb i . I" Hu- ni'l U dllam I < mil* . lit *1 H" ;Mnl ibiy i*l I ebnim v ||Nt. nnl re* md • d .iii'oog Hu- I and R* 101 d "I llm bud 1 mini. in 1 ii-. 11 No 1 folio m, and in (In mmlgiig* iibi'V* Ml* M'*l I" Holli ol Hi* " O’ "|"'l ll*' m < l"< lib *1 10 .1 lb li able lo lcbbm - '"•"d and a** )om|ios*-d of valuable (mining land Tl RMS (IF HALF lb* I* in. ni ib ar- Mi" Hurd of (be pm eha • ii.'"" y Inb ('md in • Idi on Hie day o' sal* or on Hn- mill)' alloo Hi* n ot, 10 Hn- dr-. m Hi.ii nl llm nod* 1 n o* d. on* (ho *l in si* . "O' and H" m nine 10 Inselve inunlli. limn Hi* dal* "' al* m all 1 asli on Hie day of sub , 11 Hie option of tin pur idi user, Ibo credit pay "" nl. lo le .0 10b 1 ■ 1 ""iii II" day of sal* . and I" I im dln Hie -at. I.ielloo o| II" uod* 1 sign, d alb 1 i" y IIHiMAS II ROBINSON, Attorney iiario d 10 said morlguge. C C Rii’iiuid-.on A llm , Aneliniieers. Attorney’s Sale OF A Valuable Farm On ICI IT'hih Taylor lo Monition. li, irlui of ■ powei "i ib . onl lined 10 a inorlgage fiom l ama H llnb-l.ins lo David I "1 on dul"*l the (till day ol a,ud. HH2 and r* eor*l< *1 a .ong tin I und R* eord- of Harford I "indy 111 I ib. r .1 A p . No CIO folio CtM (Mini OK llg Igl ll ng been ..... II .1 a || in d 10 pur II" "it.. 11-i> i 1 d'l Mill buviiig occur ■ld in in. Inn then ol lln undi igm d. ii"- illi.rm y named in -aid mortgage, wilb Hie i* •im 1 "i aid a igm ■ will "i" 1 mm ib ai Pnblie A*" li"ii al tin 1 111 1 House door, in lit I AO, Mar v land. On Monday, Fob. 2K, IDI6 Al 12 o’eloek M Hie Following RKAL FSTATK, all that FA I < M containing 115 ACRE', Merc or Lc>s, on vs I. nli II" - nd I.aura H llolcliins now if i"b • jl ll 1!• in tb* i-oiirlli Dislriel of Hurfoid •'oiiolv Mat' ol Mai ylan*!, on (be r*>ad b ailing (i nn l.iyloi to Mooklon, 1 h- same being all It" bind sold by N.id* I Mi'ebi 1 1. Trust*'* . and enn eyed by him lo l.anra H liulebtna bv deed iingdat* Hie Olh day of April in the year 1 ■ md 1 ' rded among (hi Imd Kccorda ol Mll foul < ounly. In I.He r.l A R, No 117 folio I Hi N* arly iH "f said f.o in 1 lil'ahle and in .1 fine dial* of enlHvulioii, and well walerj-d ll ad j ,11. Hi< land "i I* ml lion il and olh< • - t 'll" im|ir*iv> m* nb eoiMist of a 1, I) 101*1 RAM I IW II 1.1 Mi. 20* ;u feel A Ilh addition. IHs-tt fool Iff ! * W!*Aii a *g"o H".i < 1 nin Crib and ■■ Ol.ln.il>, tog* Her with olh* r out l.n 1 1 ini's It" ;ii 111 located 10 an •■xe*|,enl neighhor hood, in ar chiirrl.es, stor*-s ami schools, and 1% a v* 1 >■ desirable properly. TERMS OF HALF. ■J In terms of sal> are One-third of the pur chase money to b> pm I m cash on day of sale, or upon Ho ratification Hi* reof, in the diacre lion 'll ib- und 1 igried; om third In ill months and the balance m twelve months, or all'*.*', at Hi* Option "f Ib* purchaser. Hie . m*J 1 1 pay "" Olh b> bear mb rest from Hie day •il sab and to secured by (lie nolea or hoods ni H" pureha-*T. with security lo be ap proved by the undersigned. David j wilson. Attorney named in (be Mortgage. IHE /tGIS LEADS AU After Stock-Taking Sale A great opportunity to obtain Small Lots and Remnants AT LESS TUAN COST. 25c. Ladies' and Misses Underwear, 15c. 50c Men’s Colored Shirts ; : 35c. CHINA AND GLASSWARE Great Values. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING SPECIAL DISCOUNT. Men’s Mixed Half Hose, pair for 25c. Lace and Embroideries, sc. per yard. MANY OTHER BARGAINS J WOODLEY RICHARDSON The Store for Quality and Service, BEL AIR, MD It UMU.hMWi.MaB mtM m Tl< Ml —— THE HARFORD COMMISSION HOUSE OF BALTIMORE will hv open itftor Jim ai, for tin* |mr|ioHU of hnmlllnir All Kinds of Karin Products I proinino you toitinfiulion him! >|incl i turns with h hiiihll (*OIII 111 IhhIOII l|(*<|lll*l<'ll II)H V<* 111 IK It* |UT|IM|'<MM'I||H with till* Harford TraiiNporlalion Trurk to dtlivrr your good* direct to UN. T. H. CHALK C& SONS 1032 Hillcn St., Baltimore. Mil. WWe can ollW you (he fatnoim York Valh*y <.r Livdiolck County Lime at $3 (HI p*r ton. We iilno oiler our Horvin s to our pHtroiiH in neruriiiK anything they need from tin* nty. USED CAR DEPARTMENT OF LAMBERT AUTO CO ioi -ti-rv w. mt itoy ai* AVI*:. Used Cars of All Makes PRICES RANGING FROM S2OO UP Our Used Car Department is at Vour Service TMMi IIH VOIIU Wit NTH Write iuliiy or I‘lioim- >li. V fiiiiu j;i I o Jersey Comes Into Profit Quickly \ I MPKV CAp PC OQQm 1 , **ir* r who liiiuln lh LUUIM rMfIUL jLoOII I, .l.rHeyH*yearly dan* with H record of 7IH llm. of hutter has completed 11 ronord of 111 HI h llm of milk and H.'l.'l lJ llm. of hotter at three yearn two monthH of ago Il'*r record in as followN; Mil K HIJTTI H I year II months, after Isi call ami before 2nd. 11,21)0 7IX ,1 years 2 months, alter 2nd (.all ami before lid, 11,185 8.14 A lotiil of 2X415 llm. of milk and |LH ' llm of hit tier tintl three living calveu before *1 year ami V months of ni'< THE Forest Hill Stale Bank KOUKST 1111,1,, Ml). A Bank Account Here Leads to a Sent in Prosperity’s Corner. A dollar hanked 1m often th** hcßinniop ~( . m fortune, ho why not nfart mi lie count today? Our Saving* Hank will help you \V welcome Hinall account* arcl think you will fivii un at lilmtml an con Hervalive hanking |**rtnilH. Our Mr Kyle pa**eH Lhroui'li .1 arret I ■ villi*, Madonna, Taylor, t rims Koa>l<. ScarlF Meet ion Tuemiav of each we* 1 Start an nccoiint with him next w WI Mil AM KOK, I’rcurlcnl UK. (lIIAS. S. WAKNKK, Vice l*i. . I LKSTKK W, TUCK Kit, CaNhier. Transfers and AbiUmenls Offlei* of ('oillilv roinimislom r lit I. AH'. M>- . .Ilia ■III. Milt, lln I oiuily t oiiiiiil-hloim-i nl II nl<**l In • ill IIM < I 111 lie o ollh e 111 |:. I An *iii MnNIiAV toiil I I sIiAV <iuilot? Hu ii "’ 1 1 . 1.11, ii and mi iti' tin I MONPAV 1 'I I'(■ SliA V only in the month of Mmh m* for Hit' i.nriio i of iimMiiu IIfA ’. 11l n I AHA 11 Ml Sis All himilli blioiih for Aliah-m. n* mu i I • ' under oath or affirmation i"inii'i'i? i-miK i.lyliu/to uivi lu to lli* I ooiiiii ion. i.nl ti liru|i?rty they may im ■ it'iHCNsitlilf noil not io ilhtii ic% • •'• !'■ i nn who * 1 11 imt avail then noth ■ i ariiiot hiv • any •i> ill on ot on Red bill* when pruaanlril hy llh ' Hy order o(lh< Hoiihl. W. A W 111 I I I If i I- t. Don’t Throw Your Old Auto Tires Away IET ME RETREAD THEM I llcilm-o* Tire Cunt ninl Him- Von Money. Hi nd nn* two old discarded Hr* > mid I v .11 make you om i/ood •> ■ new llr< that wilt > in from oik lo four thousand mil* v <1 a 1 ■• ' of only II Wl lo 12 'Hi PROMPT SERVICE Sal infill i 100 (iuai ant ceil Hy Prices Are the lowest in Hie State No mailer whether they are rim cul • or Mow oula, *• ml them uloiiu Hm Name* of saliwfi* d natrons on re'|U> i. S. L. SLADE AHKKIiKKN, MAkYI.ANI). GRANVILLE C. HOYLE I.ICKNSKIi AUCTIONKKK AUKKUKKN, Ml). ““-READ THE ;ECIS- THE CONfIW NGO asateur actors ci.ub Will, (1|VI! AN ENTERTAINMENT •iikli r I lie aiiH|ilcu of lliu Harford Ca>lle, Knights of the Golden liable, IN SHANAHAN'S MALI, lAt LSTON, I'iuliiy'". Lcbruary 11, 1910 '\ilioi Hiiin I.• , ninl 2*m Mi m rvi'il Kcata, Jlftr. I •! M EMl'i'.l., Ihah man t omiiilltee. Susi|iM-lianna Power Company Ull I I II AT I I 111 P AIN'T ION FISHING RIGHTS IN AM) At UNO fill MSgiIfIUNNA HIVIH j '■' 'I Let 'l'd 1 ' IH'll 111 Ml? Season of IUMI d' 'l io hi ■ >l 'li ,"• dnl helme i)ic dale h I Ill'll' 111 • -Pl.t ol till |),|| llnuloil I " lulfh e, I I t.INMNU AT 2 I* M . On The day, Ecli. 22, MHO I 'll! ■ ’ " 'III hid I‘) la dIK mill Imvahll' lit flu" if llk iivei In- heeii divided I' 1 '" ■ i U‘ld . Iletulli d Infor i if Mi 11 W l ove, or 1 Uk mid' r n o. d MJihUIHANN\ POWER COMPANY ' ./AMI II HARLOW A W I Aik limn ir. NOTICE Haryland I. ai>ii; for National Defense ' ii h M m i lit* I in <lll Court j I ’ 0.11,,, Hi 11. ) All. • \I I 11 A. .II lIKI ARV bill. twin. ) In' ■ I )' hi Ii lime ii denotation roiu n . u -of (Ik Maryland I • >f., lin/lillmi of I lie illtl • fold < mint . Untie h . nl I, • uffeeied ' hi ) ■ u ■ d to in- present, and it' ■ <1 imi" o' io iliiw very Ini* V.;ry luly \onra. II I IA M II HARLAN IH'.MAS II RoUINSON, I" I I II M IRU T I . 11 VI ■>• N A VII.MAMS. ,R ms I) WORT It (NOT ON. .ions s vot M#. 'li.ii I lln Winter or Your >loiiry llin k lti.it I*. Our <iuariini**. I • "f i; I fiultry Remedy n-i/ular , o. , ■ ,’f i i . > 1 i > i 'lo uni ud moru i uu* ■i. non ■ lay, i. led .i -I ■ I i'M" > Lor tale hy all ! i fid' , ‘•lei ild Kunlueky Manufac* I I n nn/ I o I udll' 1111. K y .1. E. MITCHELL, AUCTION KKK Writ* nr Telephone to Calvary, Md LI N Y A WHITAKER )P i-Y AT LAW, H'l MR. MU The ASgis has the Largest Circulation.