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THE /EGIS i
miUMII Il KVKIIV h'UIMU AT ■
nil, AIK. Mil.
•' iMl* bed in IHWI The JT.tt is I* the old*'*!
■sspsper will. the largest circulation of any
published in Harford County.
JOHN l>. WOHTHINGTON
I Alitor hihl Owner.
TERMS Si.oo PER ANNUM
AdverlUliiK I lisle*
• in- ■*<!itar* i*ix hnr* nnnpariei . three or less
In* Hum*. H. 60. vubs< 'iu<-iii insertions, 'i'n i nt*
K |i<Tial rate* mad*- with monthly, quarterly and
y early advertisers.
•r| oral correspondence solicited from every
section of tin county.
MLI lA V ■% I*llll. 11. I 111 (I
havt yuu oust your part?
in order thiil hi* may become Ihor
>. ighly HCi|iiMinti*d with the aentimenl in
Harford witli reference lo tin* Game
A nrd*n and Local Code hill*, Governor
11 orringD'H ha** alated he will take no
H -tion in the rnatii’r until next Word y.
I (••• iing of the county h citi/ena on
them* Imlln in well Nhown hy the atate
rnent of a yfentleman, who for a few
hi■ irh circulated a petition protesting
ayraitiNt the (governor nigning them
til the aeventy aeven people approached
only one declined lo sign.
So far our pernonal experience ia
concerned, aaide from the favored few
who will reap aucha rich harveal if the
loll* become law, we have failed to find
a wnigie man, no matter what hia party
or fa lion, who approvea of, the mean
urea.
The expreaaiun of your opinion on the
at reel corner ia not enough, however.
It muni he communicated to the Gover
nor by letter, telegram or petition.
I*l very taxpayer may real Manured those
who will be benefited by the pannage
of the hilln will leave no atone unturned
t aeeure the Governor’s aignature.
Mr. Citizen have you done your part.'
If not. get in touch with the Governor
before it ia too late.
FARM STAIIONtRY.
The greatly increaned uae of printed
atationery hy farmers ia a good illua-
Iration <f the rapidity with which farm
mg in being put on a huameaslikebnaia.
A few yearn ago the majority of farm
ers wrote their letters on tablet paper,
and rendered accounta on any acrap of
paper which might come to hand The
result wan they did not receive the
proo.pt hunineanlike treatment they de
served.
Realizing that no man conducting
even a amall hunineaa would carry on
Inn correnpotideiice in such a hap hazard
way, the progreaaive farmer of today
aupplies himself with printed stationery.
'I h< recipient of Inn misaivea is immed
iately impressed with the fact that here
m a wide-awake businena man who de
tnanda prompt, courteous treatment in
all business dealings. In practically
every cane the increased advertising
which the writer’s products receive
through printed stationery pays for the
small cost of the work many times over.
Whenever a man is dealing with persons
whom he does not know he is naturally
judged hy his letter, hence in the tint
Joiity of business letters the character
ol stationery used plays an important
part.
CLkAN UP.
The announcement of the Women’s
( ivic Club that Pel Air will be given a
thorough cleaning up in the near future
will he hailed with delight by all who
love our little town. It is difficult to
measure the value of such work both
from the standpoint of health and
beauty. Nor are the effects of these
clean ups merely temporary When
once a property has been thoroughly
pul in order few landlords are willing
to let it get hack lo its original condi
tmn. Unconsciously our standard of
living in raised.
Our rural friends must not assume
that the necessity for cleaning up is
confined solely to urban districts, for
there is no place where such vr.nl
amounts of tra**h can accumulate as on
a farm. A few hour’s labor cutting
and burning brush would work wonders
l o the appearance of many farms and
increase their selling price much more
than the cost of such work. The neat,
mu nsive farmer is the one who is mak
ing i he most money to-day, and whose
property ban the highest market value.
I*ortunately tin* majority of our young
fanners have recognized this principle,
foil there are still many property hold
er- who are not keeping abreast with
the tunes.
At thin season, when so many tourists
are passing through every day, each
land owner should do his part towards
gaining for our county the enviable
reputation of being the garden spot of
tin stale Nature has favored us with
a soil equal to the best, and it only re
mains for our farmers, through careful
cultivation, to win for Harford the po*i
turn she richly deserves.
BUSINESS NOTICES
lilglu ecu Ik a hoe tor fln*| in
-■erf ion mid ft evnla a line lor each
übaequent litm-rt inn-.? words
•*’a Hue. Mo advertiM-inentH In
“•‘Tied for lea* (ban lift cent a.
lX* Lor Sale. Registered bred Dunn-
Jersey Sows for April farrow, cheap
Uollie I’ups $5 Altavista Farm, I'ar
Imgtun. Md. Hox D.
Ur lor Sale. Fight well-bred year
hog tirade Guernsey Heifers; fine young
N.rre' Home, 5 years old, weight UfiO
pou tuls. four-year-old Mule, weight
I.' - pounds, J Charles Rutledge. H
1) Fallslon, Md.
W anted Man to drive automo
bile ami do .nher work around the place.
Address R, \ ale, Md
Ur Wanted Salesrr nr nr f Collector.
Apply Singer Sewing Maciune Co.. S7l
N Howard Si., Malt more, Md.
iV For Sale Kggs lor Hatching from
prize winning Single C- mb White Leg
horns. C A. Henson. Mel \ir.
IV For Sale White Pekin Muck
F-ggs at 50c per setting. Mail orders,
Mrs John Young, Sharon, Md.
taT For Sale ‘J Pair Kentucky Mules.
3 years old, very large, quiet and ex
ceptionally fine at imais. ready for w ork.
William Silver. Aberdeen, Md.
taT Vor Sale Two Young Fresh Cows,
price reasonable J. T Stein. Belcamp
taf*h"rSale SableSojaMeans. Just
the feed from which to grow excellent
cow hay Pays well for seed also. W.
H. Tucker & Son. R I) Mel Air, Md.
C. iV P Phone.
A settled, reliable w hite
Woman lo do general house work. No
cooking or waiting Address Box 156. i
Bel Ait. Md
ta For Sale A pair of fine Young
Mu on. well matched T. P Pratt,
Fa I ston. Telephone.
taT For Sale Registered Holstein
Bull, born June, 1913, Walnutdala i
V'anhli Pontiac, graini-on of Pontiac I
Korndyke J. M. Robbins or George i
T. Archer, manager, Fallslon, Md. I
I WORD FOR MOTHERS '
I It i-a grave mist ■’*.* fornmti. r * •
I 1- • t th- ir aches ..■•! pain- md Mifb r in i
uleiin —thin only leads to chronic- tck- |
to ns and oft* ii short. ni lit
If vour work in tiring; if your nerv< are
i eviuld. if you I 1 languid, weary or
, , i Id know that Scott's
1, nuNtoii o\* rn.'ii< just such condition**
It js.-nehM-s in concentrate*! form tin*
\. r\ • i in* nts t* invigorate tin- blood,
... , ftp nthet net,nouriihtb n<rves
and II siren,;th.
.Sett's is str ngtlicning thousands of
U)(,thi i and will help you. NoalcoboL
•■icon fk fv-wn* Bloomfield. N. J. *
tar For Sale Mlack Mare, 5 years
1 old, weighs 1200 pounds. Frank O.
Foard, Forest Hill.
ta For Kent Desirable Little Farm
0f37 acres, located on the Mel Air road
near P.lack Gap, about 17 miles from
Maltimore on state road This proper
ly in improved by a three story frame
house and necessary outbuildings A.
P. Kelly, Fallslon. Md.
taT F t Sale Strong and vigorous
1 Strawberry Plants, spring and fall hear
• ing varieties l. S. Radehaugh, Wood
brook, Md
tar For Sale One May Horse (’oil
coming 3 years old, and one May Mule
, Colt corning 2 years old Can he bought
right Also want lo buy 50 last
year’s Hens. Grover Hamilton, Bl
\ir, Md.. Thomas Run.
Pay*'For Sale Four head of Mules
and some Farming Implements Reck
' ord Bros., Mel Air, Md
taTFor Sale. A great grand (laugh
ter of Strong Anchor, the sire of 1m
daughters and sons in the A. G C. Club
Advanced Registry Dam, Pansy of
Poplar Grove, age 4 months, a very
promising heifer. Price $125, register
ed and transferred. Poplar Grove
Farm, Met Air, Md.
tar*A new schedule of the Bel Air
and Havre de Grace Hus Line goes into
effect April 10. Call Harry N. Ho|
kins for full information.
ta Signs made, lettered and erected;
Celluloid Lights put in curtains; Auto
mobile tops and cushions repaired; Auto
mobiles repainted in two weeks; Casings
ntid Tubes successfully repaired by
(team. Wilson & Go., Bel Air.
MrTurkey Gobbler for sal-. II W
Whistler. Mel Air. Md.
ta’For Sale Locomobile, original
price $3,000, now S3OO. Would make a
mod light truck. Apply Perryman
Garage.
ta'Th • Beau Art Hal Shops, 423 N.
Howard St , Baltimore, Md , offers
• xclusive Millinery at lowest prices.
VI. Lillian Slade, Manager.
ta For Sale. Karly Success Seed
Potatoes; pure Berkshire Sow, bred lo
nr row July 7; large Berkshire Moaren
I I led to registry, or would enchange for
onaller hog. 11. L. Makinson, liar*
ington, Md. Phone 11-14 Churchville.
ta For Sale. Potatoes Irish Cob
ders, and S. C. W. L. Kggs for setting.
Li wood D. Martin, Fallslon, Md.
ta'For Sale. Lemming Seed Corn,
ich, yellow, deep gram, sintll cob.
tiarles A. Middetulorf, Joppa. Phone
.Vilna 7-4.
ta" Wanted. A Working Housekeep
er, small family. Mrs. L. D. Hawkins,
tiurchville, Md.
ta'Wanted A Married White Man,
me who is sober and honest, for general
■ arm work, must he it good milker and
*areful with slock. With good refer
*nce. Apply to R. M. Thomas, Brook
lyn, Md , K. 1). No. 9.
ta tin Rent Two Small Dwelling
louses on Waverly h arm, one mile
• rom Mel Air. Herman Stump, Mel
Vir. Md
ta'Dairymen Decrease your feed
mil by growing more protein in the
form ol Soy Mean Hay. Almost
qua! to alfalfa, y ields two or three
urns per acre in three months. Choice,
lean, high germinating Seed of .the
•est hay varieties for sale at $2.50 per
nushel. James K. Galbrealh, Street.
M.
ta’Wanted Single Men by the
month. Must be sober. George 1'
\rcher, Fallslon, Md.
ta Notice to Fanners Our factory
will he in operation daily beginning
Vpril 1. Open doors during working
.lours. Come m and see the good*
nixed without a tiller. Mel Air Ferti
uxer Works, C. W. Jetfery, Manager.
ta'llnve your Automobile Top and
Cushions *'dressed. ” It makes then'
• Kik like new. Try it. Wilson A: Co.,
ilei Air.
ta For Sale—The undersigned, holds
>*t Private Sale the Kmily F. Haines
Farm, located at Bell's Mill in the I'irst
listnct. This farm contains 57 Acres
"f kind land, has on it an excellent
Residence, and can he bought on easy
terms John D Worthington, At
torney named in mortgage.
taT line to get the buggy painted I
and repaired. Its going to he an early
spring. Rubber Tires pul on and guaran
teed Signs lettered. Wilson A* Co.,
itel Air.
ta We do all kinds of Carriage Re
pairing, Trimming. Painting. Wood
•York and Mlacksmilhing. Wilson A*
Co.. Mel Air.
ta For Rent for Cash Farm of
about 2M acres, situated about one-half
mile from Camms Run Good Dwelling
and necessary outbuildings. For par
ticulars apply to Henry Selig, 1763 N.
Castle Street, Baltimore, Md.
ta’A Small Casing Cut can he re
paired while you wail and without
taking olf the wheel. This prevents a
blow out later on. Wilson & Co , Mel
Air.
ta”For Sale Chestnut Shingles, all
under cover; selects St.MO, No. I’s $3.
-econds $2 per square; also Sheep Clip
pers. Slreell Bowman, Aberdeen, R.
F D. No. 2.
ta" For Sale One Ford Roadster,
one Maxwell Roadster, one Muick 5
passenger, and sevetal others. J S.
Archer at Harford Garage, Mel Air.
ta'For Sale Boone County White
Seed Corn F. 11. West, Forest Hill,
Md.
ho?'Will buy Small Piece of Ground,
Gunpowder or Mush River, must he
accessible by road. Address M., .*Fgis
Office, Mel Air, Md.
ta’For Sale Cheap.—One 17 H. P.
Gasoline Fngme, will run on coal oil;
also one 7 II P, Gasoline Engine. Phone
•r write J. D. Blackburn, Churchville,
Md.
ta’For Sale Boone County and
Johnson County Seed Corn. A. G.
Knsor, Forest Hill, Md.
laf Why buy a showy counterfeit
when you can buy a Muick or Dodge
Brothers Car. Can be seen at Harford
Garage, Mel Air. Demonstration at
any time Archer A Lee. Harford
Garage, Mel Air.
ta For Sale or Kent.—3l Acres and
Buildings 3} miles from Mel Air. About
twelve acres clear, balance in timber.
Mane A. Kehoe, Bel Air. Md.
ta'West End Poultry Yards. Single
Comb Rhode island Reds, large, vigor
ous birds, heavy laying strain, choice
breeding stock. Cockerels and Pullets. 1
Hatching Fggs by the setting or 100. !
Prices reasonable, satisfacton guaran
teed. Come look them over Phone
PJ-H. Ambrose Armstrong, Aberdeen,
Md
ta'For Sale Two Work Horses,
young and good. C. S. Clark. Perry
man, Md.
ta'For Rent The large Roller-pro
cess Flour and Feed Mill, and Saw Mill
connected therewith, located at Reckon! ;
on the Little Gunpowder, now doing a
large business. Pending its rental busi- I |
ness will continue as usual. Apply to I
A. B. Whitaker, Bel Air, Md.
I *
taT The undersigned offers his services j
to the people of Harford Countv as a ,
first-class Painter and Paper ifanger.
References furnished and work guaran- 1
teed. R. Tboe. Boyer, Bel Air,
. torlf yon have Walnut Tree*or Log* .
lo sell, write on phone Philip G. Spen- •
cer. 501 Ro**iter Ave , Govans for
John L. AI cock & Co.
j ta Mon**y ti* lx>an on mortgage in
• sums to suit. John D. Worthington,
Attorney at Law.
ta’Money to lan in sum* to suit.
Surety Bonds furnished on application.
H. A. Whitaker, Attorney at Law, Bel
Air. Md.
ta* Money to I/end on mortgage. Ap
. ply to Walter W. Preston, Attorney,
Bel Air.
ta'Havmg rented the fertilizer mills
at Reckordville, I am in position to send
for dead animals. A call over phone
1 from any one in either Harford or Bal
timore Counties will bring the necessary
equipment for the delivery of same.
, George W. Standiford.
ta*Money to I/oan on Mortgage in
sums to suit. W. Worthington Hopkins,
Attorney at Law, Mel Air, Md.
Executrix Sale
I
Ih- iimb-nditm-d. cxerulrix of lh*- est ale of
.10-lnia Hall, dcn-aM-d. will ndl at his lair r#*si
diTM i- on Slate Itoad from Kon st Hill lo Jarrells
ville. near Chrome Valley Mills, on
Thursday, April 20th, 1916
At I o'clock H M .the
Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to ail:
rf:
Horse, n years old. Mare. 10 years old. well
matched in color and si/e, good workers in all
harness. Hay t 011, coming :t year* old. Brood
Sow 2-horse Road W agon Hay < arriag( Horse
Rake Mowing Machine, Slone Bed. Feed Cutter,
Oliver Plow. Springlootb Harrow. Shovel Plow,
lot of lomalo Boxes barrel Vinegar, Hay by
the ton. ) orn hy the barrel, a quantity of Wheat.
a lot of Meal, 2 sets Lend Harness 3 (train
Boxes. Corn Prill, lop Buggy. Runabout, and
other articles not mentioned.
TERMS OK SALE.
All auinx of III) and under cash, on sums over
that amount a credit of H months will Ih- given,
purchasers giving their notes with security ap
proved by the auctioneer, lx armg interest from
day of sale and payable at Bank
JANE HALL.
Executrix.
(ieo A. ( airnes. Auctioneer.
Public Sale
The undersigned, having broken up house
keeping. will sell at Public Auction at her rest
deuce located on the Harford Pike opposite
Ki nmore Inn. Bel Air,
On Tuesday, April 2f), 1916
Al 10 o'clock A M . the following
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
m * &
( ook Stove, 2 Coal Stoves. Chunk Stove,
i Bedsteads and Springs. 4 Mattresses. 2 Bureaus,
Wash Stands. Parlor Tee a lee. good as new ,
good Parlor Stand. What Not, Buffet. Couch.
Walnut Pining (able. Walnut Kitchen Table
i*iop-I.eaf Table, 6 good liming Room Chairs.
s ane Seal ( hairs. Kitchen ( hairs fl Workers,
■ton i ■ • hail. .' mall Stands, llesk. Safe, ( onier.
Cupboard. Pishes. Pictures, j Mirrors. l.am pa.
1 P 'Rs. Ironing Hoa. ds lot of (ilass Jars. Wash
ing Machine, luhs, double Roaster, Cross Cut
saw. Buck Saw, Lard Press. 4 Lard Jars, ft
Itasketa. Wheelbarrow tirmdslone. Hoc, Rake.
Shovel, ( lollies Racks. 2 Ladd* rs
TERMS OF SAI.E.
All sum* of ltd and under cash, on Mima over
(h it amount a credit of N months will lie given.
, in i iiaaei ■ gi\ ing their noti ■ w Itti security ap
proved by the auctioneer hearing interest from
lay of sah and payable at the Savings Bank of
ilarford County
MISS LOTTIE E BILLINGSLEY
J \N Met all Auctioneer
Public Sale
I Ik- undersigned, intending to remove, w ill
>cll al Public Sale on the premises w here he
low resides a* Harford Furnace on the road
Tom ( reswell lo Perryman, on
Saturday, April 15th, 1916
Al 12 o'clock, M .the
Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to wit;
as
Bay Mare. 10 years old. good driver. Bay Mare,
j good work and dnv mg mare. Bay Horae. W
i ars old. good work* r and driver. Sorrel Mare,
i great road mare; 3 Cowa on* fresh. 2 in full
ilow of milk: 2 lop Buggies, one is nearly new ,
Buggy Poles. 3 sets Single Harness, set PouhU
Onvlng Harness. 2 good Riding Saddles and
iridlea. Side Saddle. 4 Leather Halters, 4 Stable
Bankets, lot Carpenter Tools, lot Garden Tools,
also
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE
consisting Oi Beds, Bedding, Bureaus. Wash
'lands t ouches. Buffet. I shies. Chairs. Book
Case and Pesk combined. Kitchen Range. 2
' hunk Sto-ea, Chlnuware. Cooking Ciensils
Etc.
TERMS OF SALE.
All sums of ltd and under cash; on sums over
• hat amount a credit of H months w ill be given,
purchasers giving their notes with approved
security bearing interest (rom day of tale and
payable at hank
DANIEL F. CALLAHAN.
I \N . Thompson. Auctioneer.
Public Sale
The undersigned, having sold his farm tllual
• d mi the road (rom Dublin lo Casllelon. about
half way between the two place* will positively
'ell without reserve on the premises, on
Wednesday, April 19, 1916
Beginning at IU o'clock A. M . the
Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to wit:
ka? iff
Bay Horse, fi years old, Robert MeGreggnr
Oil* horse ha* made a mile m 2 30 with only 15
day* training 4 year old Mare Hetty Barnes
ibis mare I* entitled to registry and promise*
plenty ol speed. Black Mare, 7 yean old
weighing I2UO pounds, a good general purpose
mare, sate for a lady to dn\e. year-old Bay
Mare, sound and a good work or driving mare.
Mule coming 4 years old. well broken. Sorrel
Man- 10 years old, a good driving mare.
6 Good Young Cows.
two fresh ami 4 close springers. 3 Heifers, com
mg two years old, I -year-old Heifer, Brood Sow
will (arrow hy day of sale, tl Shoals, weighing
almut 75 iKinnds each, about 50 Plymouth Rock
Chickens. 4 Turkey Hens and Gobbler 3 Ducks.
3 Guineas, j Plows, 2 Harrow* Cultivator
Mower, Horse Rake. Grain Drill. Binder 2
.'horse Farm Wagon* 2 Dump Carl*, lop
Buggy . Runabout. Cutting Box. Corn Shelter.
■ t stag* Harness. 4 sets Lead Harness, 2 sets
Driving Hame** Forks. Raltes Hoe* Matlocks
( hams. Corn by the barrel. Ilay KJ. Ibe ton,
HOUSE HOI 0 INU KITCHEN FURNITURE
two Bedroom Suits. 3 W hile Knamel Beds.
*k and Walnut Bedsteads. Oak Bureau. Wash
stands. Rockers, ri Cane Seat Chairs, 10 foot
i'ak extension Table Oak Buffet H foot Oak Ex
>' 'Mon I able. Pish Table. Old Fashioned Bench
I able, lot Stands. Carpets, Rugs. Matting. 3
Parlor Stoves l ook Stove. Toilet Sets. Pishes.
I in Ware. Table Ware and many other articles
too numerous to mention
TERMS OF SAI.E
All sums of |io and under cash, on sums over
that amount a credit of a months w ill lx- given,
purchasers giv mg their notes with security to
be approved by the auctioneer, bearing inter
•*1 from day of sale and payable at Second
National Bank, of Bel Air
• ••No goods u> be removed until settled for.
ROBERT TENNANT.
Owner
I W Thompson. Auctioneer
Public Sale
OF
LUMBER
The undersigned having completed their con- •
iracl and intending lo move their plant will
positively sell at their null situated near St
Ignatius Church Hickory, on
Saturday, April 22, 1916 ,
At 12 o'clock M ,
The following FINE I.OT OF ,
ASSORTED LUMBER: j
20,000 Keel ttxv*. 4x4'*,
• xO’u, ami 2\H'h. running in
length from lO In IH feel.
I.VOOO Feet 1 inch Boards. Oak.
I*q*lar ami C'heKtnut.
Hh*|K. Shanln-K ami Stable*.
TERMS OF SALE. |
All sums ol lit) and under cash, on sums over
that amount a credit of 6 months w ill be given,
purchasers giving their notes, w ith approved
security, bearing interest from day of sale and
payable al Bank
K. DEI BERT BROS. A CONNER
I W Thompson Auctioneer.
JACOB A. UOXEN. Solicitor, 1
sorter: roTiitram'oKs.
J
This is to give notice that the subscriber ha*
obtained from the Orphans' Court of Harford
County, Md.. letters of administration on the es
tate of
JOHN T KEITH LEY. [
j late of Harford County, deceased. All persons c
, bav mg claims against said deceased are hereby “
I notified to exhibit the same, with the legal 1
j vouchers thereof
| On or Indore the 2nd dm) of Sept.* 1916
| or they may otherwise by law be excluded from
all benefits of said estate. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment c
Given under my hand and seal thu 2nd day K
March. I*l* ■
DAVID R KEITH LEY.
Administrator,
.NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
This is to (five notice that the subscribers have
obtained from the orphans Court of Harford
Courl> . Md., letters test.imvnury on the estate
JOHN W WEBSTER
late of Harford County, deceased. All persons
having claims against said deceased are hereby
notified to exhibit the same, with the legal
vouchers thereof.
On orbrlorr the Istlidi) olSrpt„|j||tt
or they may otherwise bylaw lie excluded from
all benefits of said estate All persons Indebted
to said estate art requested to make Immediate
payment
Given under rny hand and s al Ibis iMtb day
of March. 1918.
JOSEPH I. WEBSTER.
Executor.
Fresh Meats
OF ALL KINDS
Your Trade Appreciated
Courteous treatment, prompt
delivery
PHON E 353
R. R. FORWOOD
Main Street
BKI/Alll, MAItYbA.M).
A FINE LITTLE FARM
AT PRIVATE SALE
The undersigned offers at I'nvale Sale the
farm located at ( lieslnul Hill, on which the late
( apt Joseph A Markins recently resided The
trad contains
50 ACRES OF LAND.
more or less, nearly all tillable and now in grass.
-v— The building* consist of *
comfortable HrSIDKNCF. liarn
and other outbuildings and
WfffKUt there Is sllppl) of lllllls
various kinds Water at the
door
The neighborhood Is good, the people the best
and ail conveniences such a schools, churches,
mills,stores and railroad station are convenient
Terms reasonable .
For terms. A c . address
MARRY I HARKINS, HeljAir R |l
MAI RICK HARKINS. Forest Hill R l>.
EDWIN H. WEBSTKI Solicitor.
ORDER MSI.
James W For wood 1 In the
and others I t ir ult Court
vs. j for
Loam l Fur wood i liarfoi ii County
and others I In E *ully.
Ordered, tins 2lrd day of March 1116 (hat tbi
-ab-s made and re|>orted in the above rtitled
cause by Edwin M. Webster, trustee, be I mall >
confirmed, unless cause to the contrary then of
Im- show n on or before'the I7lh day of April
1918, (irovlded a ropy of this order lie inse-ted
in some newspaper published in Marfcr<!
county, aforesaid, once in each of three • t
successive weeks l>efure the 17th day of April
:9IH.
The report stales the amount of sales lobe
15.100.
JOHN A. ROBINSON. Clerk.
True Copy. Test:
JOHN A. ROBINSON. Clerk.
Many (hililrr n are Kirklj
Mother Gray'a Sweet Bowden for Children
Break up Colds in 24 hours, relieve Feverish
ness. Headache, Stomach '(roubles. Teething
Disorders and Destroy Worms. At all drugging
T&c Sample mailed FRKF. Address. Mot ho
Gray Co., LaHoy. N. Y.
Dissolution ol Partnership,
The firm of Scarborough Selfe having dis
olved partnership by mutual content, notice I*
hereby given that the business will be continued
mder the name of M C. Scarborough
All indebtedness to the old firm should be
•aid to anv member of the new fum who la
iuthori/ed to receipt for the same
H C. SCARBOROUGH.
1.. W SELFE.
Trading as Scarborough A Selfe
I t m‘ Allen'* FiNil-Ease
Ihe Antisenlic powder to be shaken into th>
and used In the fool bath It you waul
est and comfort for tired, aching, swollen.
■ w ealing feet use Allen's Fool-Ease It relieves
corns and bunions of all pain and prevent*
blisters, sore and callous spots. Sold every
•vbvre, 25c Try It today.
HARNESS
E. F. KUEHN
—U A Kim or—
Machine and Hand-Made Harness
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE
BKL AIK. MB.
('atari h ('mi ii4ii Hr Cum I
Vith LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as (hey cannot
each the seal ol the disease Catarrh isn Id
or constitutional disease, and in older to cure it
. <>u mint take Internal remedies it <n s > at nih
ure is taken lnternali>. and acts directlv upon
•he blood and mucous surface llaUs I alarrh
ure Is not a quack medicine ltw;o, pr. sent
d by one of the best ph>siclans in this couniry
or years and is a regular prescription It i*.
omiMised of the Iwsl tonics known coml>tn> <
with the best (ilood purifiers, acting iluc.il>
•n the mucous surfaces The perfect combini
ion of the two ingredients is what produce*
uch wonderful results in curing catarrh Sml
or teslimoninis, free
F J CHFNKt *CO . Props , Toledo O
Sold by Druggists, price 75c
Take Hall's Family ITUs for constipation
Does This Fit
Your Horse?
la he sluggish? floes he look rough or un*
thrifty, pass mushy or od’eiiMive smelling stools
mixed with undigested w bole gimps, cut de
rayed wood, earth or soiled bedding? Has hr
a capricious appetite, does he pass thick and
cloudy urine ? If#<. he has catarrh of the
bowels caused by exposure to rainy weathrr
or irregular or ovarfeeding. Give him
Ca/~Sino
HORSE RESTORATIVE
A real medicinal powder made expressly to
cur* these disorders and to build up run down
systems. It regulates nutrition, ami i a gen
aral health and strength promoter.
A small quantity given with the food loosens
and expels Hogged, cstarrhal ami stagnant
waste matter from the bowels, and KNOCKS
Ot T T WORMS. Try it. you'll use it always.
R lb. Cana ROc.: 12 lb. pails, S2.(NI.
Cal-Slno Colic Core gives qnick relief
without stopping the bowels like most others
do -small doses, no drenching
0 How Bottle. 25c; ;2 Dose Bottle. $ 1
Cal-Sino Dlatrmper, Cough and Heave
Remedy po lively cures T t<-n.|>r and
coughs, mill when used with Cal-Sino Tone
(Strong) cure* all curable caws of hcsvei.
Large U.tile u2oc.) 5Uc. f
swsawsaaswi Fog Sai k I”v
McCunia*. Bros.. Bel Air
John Smith, - Carsins Run
Samuel Street!. Shawtville
N P Wright. White Hall
11. '* Dtlworlh. . Hyde
Oeurge Sh e A Co.. Am rdeen
K. Tucker A C o . Inc . Forest Hill
John Arthur A Sons. Fork
Jarrell Bros A Ward Co Jarrellsv ille
A I. Anderson Son ACo White Hall. R l 1
Dallev Bros A Orr. Street
J. H. Davidson Bynum
J. S Mitchell. Calvary
Nelson McCann Dublin
John F. Wiley. While Hall
W. D. Harwsrd, Fulford
John H. Smith. Al>erdcen
B. J. Wychgram. Kdgewood
WOMEN S3O
for distributing 100 Free Skeins Wear-
Proof Darning Cotton with Hosiery,
your section. Experience unnecessary.
international mills
Dept. 600
NOUIUHTOVVN. PA.
Md. State Vaccine Agency
DR WAITMAN F ZINN
'J'J I'jwt Preston Street
BALTIMOIUC. MD.
PHONE—Mt. Vernon 6244.
Kg gw This Winter op Your Money
Bat'k. That In Our Guarantee.
Feed B. A Thomas's Poultry Remedy regular
l> to your hens and if you do not get more eggs
we will refund your money. Makes hens lay
cures cholera, roup and gape*. For sale by all
good dealers. Made hv Old Kentucky Manufac
turing Co.. Paducnk. Ky
Bids for Fertilizer.
The Board of County Commissioners will re
ceive bids for fertilizer (or the County Home
Farm up till 12 o’clock noon. Monday . April 17th.
By Order of the Hoard.
W. A. WHEELER.
Clerk.
J Report of Test.
I’— , •
The following table give* the names and records of the cows in the Second
Harford County Cow Testing Association which have produced more than 40
r ' pound* of butterfat or 1000 pounda of milk during the period of 31 days
1 j ending April 16th, 1916.
Owner of Cow. None of Cow Breed of Cow J* jjjj
! —————
_ Chao. E. Rutledge... No. 14 Gr. Guernsey 6 Feb. 151088 4 4 47.8
r No. 28 “ “ M Feb. 22 1160 3.8 42.6
No. 26.. 1 Gr. Holstein 6 Feb. 16 1020 4.0 40.8
*V flttrward Daisy “ ** 6 Feb. 101165 3.2 37.2
.1 N. Robbins No. 11 Gr. Guernsey 6 Mar. 8 986 4 2 41.3
E T Johnson No. 1 1 ** “ 8 Sep. 201069 4.8 61*2
No. 2 1 Gr. Hereford 9 Feb. 23 1628 3.6 56.0
No. 6 ; Gr. Guernsey 7 Nov. I 895 6.2 46.6
i No. 9 Hoi. Guernsey 6 Dec. 19 1184 5.1 60.3
No. 12 1 (ir. Holstein 3 Feb. 161488 3.6 53 5
F. A.Galskr, T. Roy Brookes,
Official Tester. Secretary.
THE WORLD’S GREATEST DAIRY RECORD
SOPHIE IttTH of Hood Farm, th** world’s Champion Jersey cowr. has com
ph li d another year's record, which we believe stampa her as the greatest dairy cow
in the world of any breed
In 1914 Sophie" broke the Jersey breed record with a production of 17.557 H
I lbs nf milk. 99M 1 lbs. of butter-fat She calved on August 21. 1914. and was started on
Se|4emhT 2Uth on the test which ahe hat Just completed Milked hut twice a day,
amt < :trr> mg . calf 175 days of the test. ‘Sophie" completed her sixth lactation and
'ixlb year s record w ith a production of 11.915.4 lbs. of milk, containing B*o f lbs. of
fat. or mo *Hbs of *5 < butler
Her six records are as follows:
AGE AT START OF TEST MILK BUTTER *&*>
IHAkI HUNT MS I.Ms LMS.
2 2 7.050. J 488
M 9,924 H 872
4 11 14.J732 1008
7 15.0904 1097
7 II 17.557. M 1178
H 7 11.915.4 HU)
A total of 76.920. H lbs. of tnllk. 5.217 lbs ofßs'< butter, (or six consecutive lacta
tions earns Sophie" the title of World's Champion Long Distance Dairy Cow
Sophie 19th of Hood Kami i owned by Mr C I Hood, of Lowell. Mass, and was
tested under the supervision of the Massachusetts Agricultural College.
LIGHTNING RODS~
' Eleven Persons Killed by One Flash
Think of it. C*sr trembled when the lightning daubed. In the glare
] of lightning every man stand* in the presence of death. A flash and eter
i nity i* vivified. The child shrinks and the old man shudders. It was the
| lightning that convinced the Barba* tan that there was an awful God.
i rpon it-* knees the ancient church beg/ed that death might not come sud
j deniy. The terror of the French Revolution was the individualized uncer
tainly of vengeance, and out of the great night arose the cry, *‘l can
1 stand death, torture, hut give me time one hour.” There is just one addi
tion to made to the above eloquent description, and that i* this, the proper
rod, properly applied is absolute protection against lightning, and you can
have it
Erected Upon Your Buildings for 20c. per Foot.
Ettrs charge** for Brace**. Halls Points or Arrows.
I cheerfully solicit your trade and invite your inspection.
W. W. BULL,
P. 0. Forest hill, - Harford County, Md
BEL AIR EXCHANGE 839-5.
l Do not take our word for it. N. J. Kxp. Sta., New Brunswick, N. J. Bulletin No. 204
•hows in s 0-day teat fiOO Ihe Diatilleni'ltried Grains pr.nlureil 65 U>. more milk 4l
in*"'' battrr fat than 650 Ibx. Gluten Feed Alon of Three D Grama will coat you at Iraat |5 Irxt
than 2rHK) IDs. (.lute* Feed, and will produce shout 15 more milk or butter. Every ton you feed it
SISiQIP MORE PROFIT FOR YOU!
1 hr co mF tried prof tin and tat inalrm of Ragle Three I) (.rains it 45% or better: Corn Three
*1 j ,r * ln * 4> or better; Bourbon Three I) Grama J 5% or better. Compare with the average of
2*)'. % combined proltin and tal in Gluten Feed.
After feeding several cm* of ( ora Three D Grains. J.N. Wianer. Warwick. N. Y . writes:
lief re feeding your DPI) Grams 1 wn feeding Buffalo Ghiten and Wheat Feed, changed to
the Grama and wheat Fved, and my roar increased in their flow perceptibly- nearly forty
quiiita of milk I waa milking thirty cows "
1 ~B,' on testa chemical analyaes - teats by practical every-day dairyman, all prava
(hat 1 hree D Grains is by far the moat econoam al feed.
Many dealera sell and recommend Three I) Grains. Ask yours for it
Insist upon Three D (.rams D not accept any "just as good” feed. ■
Outer tiNlay Begin lacteasing your profits.
JHE DEWEY BROS. CQ. Hl.rxcK.sUe, Ohio
GRAINS
WAVER LY STOCK FARM
SEASON OF 1916
DDAPOT QCCII SfM-H'BLACK PKRCHFRON STALLION 4 ynn old. mlihl
LinAuU I 3331 I lw f A. [> Iv n d I .lin dl vldtt *1 ,iul a .on of rh.mpu.nv
1 Mnnan.lrndld .oil. IKKMS oto injure,l (or Iwocoln
JL IfCNTIIPIfV iruc MAMMOTHJAt 'K Tht. fellow 1.
ivcniuuvT Jtnt sis* m,ny I-.
fl *•*<• ln,ur ' * lor two colt, Hon, and J,ck ,rc both provin,
r, ’** olubl> ' ‘"rr All Kccidenl. and ncapn at owner 1 , ri.k Fee. pay.
•i* when marc is known to tw to foal
MOSTLY HAVE SOME
Jerseys and Berkshires for Sale
m( vrry reaaoiiahlr prlcea.
HERBERT HOOPES. V. M. D.
Bel Air. R. D.. Md.
r ITT E ES
The Forest Hill Nurseries
QRIEIR BROTHERS
forest hill, mo., r. o.
C. A P. Phono.
Tlu- lacol uf pv. rjthit.it in l-'rtiit, Hhode nnd Ornimriiul
Trow. Small Krult, H.,f*(nK. Shruhhrrj, Rvrncrrrno. Ktc.
Axk for Catalogue.
JbamßertJluio CoA
101-3-SW.MT. ROYAL AVE BALTIMORE. Md,
USED CARS
IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR A USED CAR
CONSULT US WE ARE SPECIALISTS
WL havl all MAKES AND STYLES. PRICES, *2OO UP
DON’T FAIT t U VISIT OUR USED CAR DEPART-
L *■ rVJ - L ' MENT ,BEFORE BUYING A USED CAR
Carver Price
I
Our New Spring Goods
have commenced to arrive, and each department
is fast tilling up with bright, NEW MERCHAN
DISE. Have received a large assortment of
Beautiful Percales, Ginghams,
White and Fancy} Madras , Etc,
ALSO
LACES & EMBROIDERIES, MIDDY BLOUSES
CHILDREN’S READY-TO-WEAR DRESSES,
LADIES’ MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Etc.
Will Have Something New Each Week,
| CARVER & PRICE. Bel Air, Md.
NOTICE ~
We.are ready with our Beautiful Display of
Easter Novelties
AND
POST CARDS
ALSO
MILLINERY GOODS
INCLUDING
Hat Frames, Braid. Flowers and Ribbon
1
We have our usual full line of STOCK which we shall be glad to have
you inspect.
STEVENS'
5 lO C'r. STOHE
BEL AIR, MD.
Havre de Grace
RACES
SIX RACES DAILY
FROM
April 15th to April 29th
(INCLUSIVE)
ADMISSION:
Grand Stand and Paddock - $ i .^o
(LADIES $1.00)
i
We have a full line of Seasonable Goods for our
SPRING OPENING
SUCH AS
The Osborne, Hench & Dromgold Farm Implements
lICIiPKKH* AND LEONARD'B TOMATO SKKD,
GARDEN HEED IN 111 LK. POI'LTUY BIPPLIKS. SAL VKT *
AND OTHER STOCK POWDERS
Make your old buildings look like new with a coat of
H 'CAS 1* A I XT
Varni*h<* aiid.Bi.uin* for all Purpoaea; Dairy Hupplit*. I nlird Stale*
Cream Separator* Hall. Harnea*. Automobile
4 Hupplle*. Etc.
WE IRE PREPARED TO MEET ILL TOUR REE' S IR THE HIRDWIRE LIRE
BO ARMAN & BRADFORD
BEL AIR. MD.
Save a Little
No metier how careful you may be, all the
money that passes through your hands will not
“stick to your fingers.’’
Hut really that la no reason why some of it
should not stick. And here Is a very good pointer
about the money you do save. It is worth taking
care of; by putting It in a good bank like ours it
wrll be safe until you do need it. No matter how
amali the saving at the start you will take pride
in seeing the account grow, once started
The Second National Bank
BEL AIR. MD.
INTEKKBT ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS,

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