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I*l iimsiikm every Finn a v at llKfi AI It. Ml). K! • hlished 111 Tin* /Kiris l* (hr oldesi nrwv!..i|H i with ihi' lun<-s( <-ir<-ijlari' f of an) published in Harford County John i. worth i\<;ton Editor ami Owiii-r TERMS SI.OO PER ANNUM Adtrriixinu Kni4tt ')iif juare Mt lines nonpsrnl . Ihrrr or !■* • n-ti<r. * >1 i .U•<.*• |III nt Him ilionv ;.eenis Special rales made with monthly. .jii.ni.riv and yearly idvcrliiiTv •• I >im >t 1 correspondence solicited from rvrry • r.’lion of (hr county. Fill DA V. .UN E 111. HMD THE ISSUE. With th- Republican candidhti* f< r the Presidency nominated, the Progm miv candidate dead aborning, and the Democratic nominee foreordained an I lik**ly l he announced at any moment, th** national campaign may In* Maid to la* formally opened. Never since the campaign in H(J4, wtuo. President Lincoln wan on trial for re election, ha* a simitar contest been mad. , and if we ran read the logical sequence of eventa the result will he similar to that of over a half century ago. Wiih opposing candidates having so man. trails of character in common that it has hecn facetiously saida liarher could remove all tiilference between them in ten minutes, it is likely that issues of stale policy will alone he dis cussed, and that these will rnairiL narrow down to a single one, our country’s policy as to war, whether n America or in Europe. Presi'h nt Wilson, like his predecessor, has done what he properly could in avoid a war with Mexico. While this has not always met the approval of literary lovers of Mood and carnage, it is fair to conclude that mUolonel Rouse veil’s defeat at Chicago this is the tru# Republican attitude; and as the call foi military preparedness has met wit! sin h varying enthusiasm, and in man\ sections with such chilling support oi hostile opposition the inference is fan that the President has led as fast ie the country would follow! The heliel is doubtless fixed in many a mind that Mexico will never give her people n stable government until the Unitei States shall have given her such a spank mg and such training as she gave Cubs in IBUH, hut we are forced to agree that Mexico’s acts not the United States must determine such a time, and lew will deny the President's propositioi that every country must he allowed h chance to work out its own form ot government until the rights of othei peoples dwelling there demand inter vention It is generally conceded that the isolated cases of loss of life of out citizens through public causes thus fin scarcely exceeds, in comparison with oui whole people, the ratio of one star la all the stars m the firmament;how doer this compare with the probable sequel had our army been battling for two oi three years wiih Mexican bandits? The time for intervention may he and proh sidy is near at hand, hut this delay has been judicious and the final defeat will he ail the easier and the more above the conqueror's temptation. In like manner, while no nation has ever been tried abroad as ours has by the warring nations of Kurope, and to keep out of a break tias required much more statesmanship than to light, thus fai peace has been maintained with dignity, and in every case our President has gained by diplomacy what would havi been lost through war Under such circumstances who chides because we have not been led into a contest for which we were lamentably unprepared both in spirit and in equipment? Aim! who today does not recall with extreme satisfaction the peaceful settlement ol issues between us and the Kuropean nations through the arts of rather than over the corpses of untold thousands of our dead I And will not the logical consequence of this he that when foreign lighters have glutted their vengeance on each other they will inevitably turn to the nation for leader ship in the future which has won its bloodless victory during the last two years! V\ ar talk is cheap, and loud and lurid, but the force of reason, and the ac coinplishments of sound judgment will sway the greatest nation of the world long after war howlers have returned to the dust. Hecause President Wilson has met wisely and well situations which were never dreamed of when In* was elected, because war conditions over which he had no control have delayed the effec tive working of tariff changes in favor of which lie stood for election; hecause he has proved that loftiness of motives and poise of mind mark the suc cessful statesman; because we are enjoying liiiancial prosperity elsewhere unknown; and because the task for which he was called to the Executive chair remains still unfinished, we believe that he should he elected to do in his second term what his distinguished competitor will timl it impossible to do in Ins first JHt PUHLIC SCHOOL ORADUAU, • hi* i“ " wi>k .luring which our people ntM) well nilord to pause and do honor to those who are completing their first (ami to many final) course in general education. Recause they have success fully attained their first goal in life, graduation from a county high school for them is a much higher honor than leaning against a college wall and drifting into the life of an idle spendthrift is to s college man. A sincere cause of regret is that, of the many who enter the door of the primary school, so few are found among the survivors of the fittest because they do not continue until graduation. These higher schools, which now crown the public school system, have been es tahlished and are maintained at heavy expense, and to fed that their uplifting influences an* fell among many of the coming generations makes their burden mu.’h lighter to be cheerfully born Education is expensive at best, hence the incentive is keen to reduct* its pro rata cost and to raise its pro rata elli ciency by swelling the number of *tu ‘l*nls in the top class. If those who think they “can’t ’ will watch the daily efforts of many who say they “can and will.” few will find themselves unable to hold out to the end. We take no stock in the oft-repeated joke about the Sophotnoricefforts made by young graduates on the commence ment platform. To the extent that they dat .* to do what their critics could not he persuaded to even undertake, they stand far above those who find it so much easier to work in the ranks of the knockers instead of the buildets, and there are strong odds that one day they will be so high above their critics t that the two classes cannot be seen at 1 the same time. | ihe girl graduate and the ideal days , of June combine to create a picture ( RHEUMATISM ARRESTED I Many p< >pl< suffer tie tortur* of .. lame t’.usrle*.and ftiffmed joints Is-rause j of impurities in tie- blood, and each suc reedintf attark Mains mor* amt** until - j rlnnmali* mh.isin v;.d.l the whole system. i To arrest rheum ttom it is quite as jin iy portanf loimprove \-.tir general heallhns t< purify your I.;***!, and the rod In. r oil in Scot t Lnmlsion is nature's great Mood mnlf r. while its niedieinal nonrvlnnent sir. n.-thens the organs to expel the Impuriti. s and upbuild your strength. . S..tr s I in ij I i .ii is helping (bon-., i rids 1 every day w hoeotild not find other relief* Refuse tin* alcoholic sulralituU-s. ** which embodies the highest dreams of ■ri the philanthropist. Their fresh beauty y typifies a growth and perfection which belong to tin* best dreams of lifehefon marred and scarred by Us every day battles, and every one may well alfon to fend a cheerful presence at the** commencement festivities. The victory of the graduate should r act as an incentive to still higher en deavor. The chances today to do some l( . thing helpful for our fellow man are so I numerous and varied that each graduate , should enter life’s battle with a fixed ~ and persistent determination to make happier and better the generation it j which he lives. n A UL MUCH AT 1C SPIHIT. 1,1 A single feature of the modern public •• school commencement deserves popular y discouragement; we refer to an ever increasing tendency to make it more "• and more closely conform to the ex pen " sive commencements so common in r hoarding schools and colleges. The re u suit of this is to make many students shrink from taking part in exercises, * the expense of which they cannot hel| > to share without unduly burdening lr others. Few commencement* receive 1 more favorable comment than do those of the State Normal School, where it is r . a requirement that each young lady ■*’ graduate shall make her own commence •** merit gown. If the programs issued d were evidences of skilled handiwork • * among the students instead of expen sive samples of theengraver's art, they •* would he pleasing souvenirs of students* 0 t raining, and would be genuine treasure*- 1 iver which to muse in later life; an*. > the child's performance on the piano, " tue violin or the harp would outstrip n " its innocent beauty the more elahorati ,k efforts of the city orchestra. *• Everything should be done on this oc “ oasion to make the day equally winsuim " and happy to all participants, regard ’* less of class distinction or liiiancial in ‘ equality. •a *' WILLIAM J. HOPKINS w The personal friends and the puhlh |( generally, whom he so recently began h to serve, will unite in regretting lh ~ leath of County Commissioner \\ m. .1 Hopkins, and in extending then ( sympathy to his family. ~ Mr. Hopkins had not been in offici , r lung enough to lest his capacity as a u public officer, hut no one ever doublet |( us desire to serve his people faithful!) ( tnd well. In the coming years he will ilways In* recalled as a first class cili I '.en whose standards of life were sound (| *nl true, and whose accomplishments ••-*• it .vi... 11.-.■..* am a family man, loyal ami open heart (h *d towards friends ami neighbors, (| nodesl hut faithful ami true t his j 'hurt'll, and honest and honorable as a public citizen. Mr. Hopkins belonged to that class v *f sterling citizens who huilii up ami Maintain a country like our own, of , t vhtch we are so justly proud, and he ( eaves behind him the record of a life Veil spent. " jJOHiVSJIOPKIIIS UNU/tHSIIY _ I, |With each succeeding commencement c **' become more ami more impressed ~ with the present greatness ami future lo.MMihililies of (his cent*r of learning. ,j In fact its wonderful accomplishments, - specially in the field of original n ,1 Aearch, are more eagerly watched and n "ore highly appreciated from afar y than they are among those living umlei " ***' stlWl *°w f the University wh rt , t “familiarity breeds contempt." A | Probably itanioat valuable addition t< i uimanlty will Ce the outgrowth •>t iti l, ‘"tiling Hygiene School just founded h\ he Rockefeller Foutidation and formal H announced on Tuesday. Human „ *alth goes a long ways towards mens iring human happiness, and it will be I non* than fortunate if valuable aditi . tiune lai knowledge already acquired or II this subject of universal value should ( j come from our world-famed University, d BUSINESS NOTICES i ' Night A*enlH a line for flint In m-i-tiiMi mid Aoentan line foe eneli * Hul>H4t|ii‘ii( inM*r(lon--7 worils r lallne. No nil vert Isenienis In- H4*rl<‘tl for I*hm limn 'Jft c*iilh, P ***■'. **— l ■■ * 1 ■ i i. For Sale A second hand McUor uiick Hinder, in good running onler, •heap. Phone, I.T’JI Jarrettsville. 1 riiomas Hitchcock, Fallston. , Indian Motorcycle For Sale. lIM4 malcl, two speed, free engine, presto ' R'. *>vw tires. Sacrificed to quick r "uyer. Write E. L. Steltz, Havre de 1 1 race, Md. Phone, Aberdeen Ml 2 The Fpworth League of Center M. I Chinch, Forest Hill, will hold a straw berry and ice cream festival in (he ■ basement of the church on Tuesday ■ ••veiling, June L’uth. For Sale A Hood Fresh Cow. 1 Marry I) Coale, Jr , Springdale Farm, near Churchville, Md. ho?’ For Sale lood Feeding Oats. James H. Hlake, Itv mini. For Sale For cash tki barrels Yellow Corn by weight. C A. Midden dorf, Joppa, Md Phone Wilna 7f4. toV For Sale > Young Fresh Cows, •tu a pure bred (Guernsey, granddaugh ter of Strong Anchor; also some U-year “Id Heifers. J. Warren Smith, Bel 1 \r. Md. to The undersigned will meet her music classes at the home of Mrs C C. Rouse on Wednesdays and Saturdays. , V class will also be organized at Foun < tain Creen Miss Bessye Cover Bel ‘ Air. Md 1-aV Kor Snip Swrt Potato Plants | n>w ready Bel \ir Greenhouses, Store i adjoining Grangers Hold. ' IWFor Sale, Pair (lyear-old Hay * Mule*, work anywhere and in all liar • Mt*ss, > year-old Bay Horse. Weight iL’UO ? It s ; b.OOO feet of W hite and Black (>ak i Boards, 14 and IG foot length; 1914 > speed Excelsior Motorcycle, twin J cylinder, 7 H P. e<]uip|H‘d with a $25 tandem, s|H*edometer and electric lights, lias been run about SWKI miles, A ash or goodl discountable note will he taken. A. Chalonc, Churchville. Post o office, Bel Air. a t, to Fur Salt* The Best General Mer chandise Store Stand in Harford. For , ok or a quarter of a century its business li has increased, with increasing profit to " its owner. Best of reason for selling, ' n t fancy price demanded, fullest mfor- t n ation given to a prospective buyer, , For information apply to John D. L Worthington, Attorney for owner. i< ii to*Having rented the fertilizer mills at Reckordville, I am in position to send 1 f-r dead animals. A call over phone from any one in either Harford or Bal timore Counties will bring the necessary equipment for the delivery of same. , George W. Sundiford. V i Hochschild . & Company Howard and Lexington Streets Baltimore THE STORE THAT GETS THE NEW STYLES FIRST When yon come to Bal timore to shop—as you probably do at Inter- I vale during the year— you will naturally feel eafoat In the atore t whoie stocks are always fresh. . * ___^ It Is a matter of pride with u I . . —and s matter of principle as well—. not to allow old style or shopworn merchandise to ac cumulate. Periodically, we hold I special sales In which this merchandise Is disposed of at ridicu lously low prices. We would rather give It away than permit it to remain In stock. i t * As a result, whatever Is shown to you as new at Hochschild, Kohn & Co's is new. i The woman who doea not keep In close touch with the styles can buy here with perfect safety,-and our people will be glad to give ' helpful advice and as sistance to anyone who Is In doubt as to what to choose. ModiocJii/d. rfc/imSfas ' Baltimore, Md. - to'For Sale New and Second Hand Kara; automobile* to hire, day or night. Itng trip* a -penalty. All repair work to give satisfaction; lire* and tuhea at I reduced price*. Trouble call* will re t *eive prompt attention. 11. U. Scat ( borough, Darlington. Rhone 27f 12. to For Rent Four Room i louse in Bel Air, with garden. VV. E Ua*lell. Bel Air. to*Money to Lend on mortgage. Ap 1m A° r I’reaton, Attorney. i to For Rent The large Roller pro oe*N Flour and Feed Mill, and Saw Mil. connected therewith, locuteUnt Reckon, on the Little Gunpowder, now doing a large husiiieaH. I'ending it* rental bu*i • tie** will continue a* usual. Apply t( j A. It. Whitaker. Bel Air, Md. to For Rent Four Room Housr. also for sale Ford Wood, Yellow anti , While Corn and Mixed Hay. AppD I to C. \. Keithley, Webster’* Foma ] Farm at Calvary, Fostolfice Bel Air Md.. R. U. to If you have Walnut 'Tree*or l*g* *“ *ell, write on phone Philip G. Spen i*er, Gill Roasiter Ave., Guyana, for John L. Alcock iVr do. to lor Sale Cheap. One 17 11. P. Gaaoline Engine, will run on coal oil; also one 7 11. P. Gasoline Engine. Phone or write J. D. Blackburn, Churchvillo, Md. to’ Why buy a showy ciunterfeit when you can buy a Buick or Dodge Brother* Car. Can he seen at Harford Garage, Bel Air. Demonstration at any time. Archer & Lee, Harford i larage, Bel Air. to‘ For Sale 'The undersigned, hold* at Private Sale the Emily F. Haines Turin, located at Bell’s Mill in the First district 'This farm contains 57 Acres kind land, has on it an excellent Residence, and can he Uiught on easy terms John D. Worthington, At torney named in mortgage. to‘Money to Loan on mortgage in sum* to suit. John D. Worthington, Attorney at Law. to* The undersigned offers his services to the people of llarford County as a first-class Painter and Paper Hanger* References furnished and work guaran teed. K. Thus. Boyer, Bel Air, to*Money to Loan on Mortgage ir sums to suit. W. Worthington Hopkins, Attorney at Law. Bel Air, Md. sot in: TO PR KB ITO IIS, This U to sive notice that the ul>cnher ha obtained from the Orphan*‘ C ourt of Harford • ounty, Md . letters ti-ktaineiilary on the estate 1 of i KANXV II WATTKRS. j.iie f Harford County, deceased. All persons h o claims auaui'l said deceased arc hereby notiiied to exhibit the same, with the lecal ( oucliers thereof. On or Before the Utth da) of Bee., 1910 j oi they may otherwise by law be excluded from f all hem fils of said estate. All pen ms indebted f l>‘ said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Ulven under my hand and seal this i: h day of June. ISIS. ANNA M W McNEAI,. Kxecu.i ix. MM’M’K TO CKKBITOKS. Tins is to site notice that the suhsenlter has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of llarford i "Uiily, Md.. letters testamentary on the es tate of AMKI.IA I’KOITOR HKNNINOTON. late ot llarford l ounty. deceased. All persona ha\ insr claims awainst said deceased are hereby notii ted to exhibit the same, with the leinl vouchers thereof On or before (In* Ufth du> of Bee., Ittlt or they may otherwise by law Ik* excluded Irma all benefits of said estate. All is-rsons iiuivtlvd to said estate ar requested to make immediate payment. ‘•.wen under my hand and seal this lHh day of June, lain JAMKS FKANKLIN BKNNINUTON. Rxocutor. The /tgis has the Largest Circulation. 4 M To the Showmen & Traders OF HARFORD COUNTY. th*- undersigned hereby calls attention to an iing.orlafl amendment to the l.ic use Law of Mar v land relating to Trad* rs w hich was enacted t.v the r *•* nl(leni rat Assembly of Maryland and took efferl on June Ui Said law was amend* d with ref* renre to ' Shows and Theatrical F.xhi hitt'ns and twenty-five new sections wire add d providing for the licensing of detective ' enclea and Agent* Moving Picture Shows and rirnivala, (iaratfes. ( ash Registers and Adding M •• limes, Typewriting Machines, Commercial M r. antile and Mutual I roteclive Agencies. In tel igence Offices and Kmplovmenl Ageneiev Laundries. Junk dealers. Trading stami. r*m panuv, V/liol- sale dealers in harm MacDinerv. I Sue’a Wall r Fountains, Livery Stahl* *, Bowling Siluons. Storage Warehouses Check Rooms Cleaning, dynnu and Pressing Companies. Shoe Sh ning Parlors and Hal I leaning Fltlab i liinenls, hesiauranls nr Ealing Flan s, plumb ers and Gas Fill rs. • < nslruetiun Firms r*r (om i allies, Nun resident W holesale fobaeco D*-al> rs ■mo Son resident Whoß-al* Lniuor deal* rs _ Said law look effect on June Ist last, and said - licenses should he secured from the Clerk of ; ill*- Circuit Court. I hereto warn all persons engaged in any of the above lines of business that said law will be strictly enforced, and warn all dclimiiients to lake out the necessary licenses without delay HOBKHT S ATKIN. Sheriff j del Air, Md., June 16, I i,. Hit I) N( Ml. 2HOT. c In 'he matter of Hie ° application of the del lb-fore the Air Ficctnc Company Public Service Com for authority to issue mission i*s promissory notes in of Maryland the total amount of WM Ml no to The Conti- f ase No. 30 nental I rust Company, i The above i.enlmmd applicant having filed its petition for authority to issue fifteen serial imps m the sum of II.OnOIMi each, proceeds II erefrom to be used in retiring notes In a Ilk* amount failing due on July Ist. 1916, herelofor* authorized to be issued by this Commission, 11 is. Tin ai Hut*i . Tins ninth day of Jim* bv the Public Service Commission of Maryland. • knet*i i*. That the same be. and it is hereby, sel tor hearing at the office of the Commission Baltimore. Maryland on Thursday. June ir.Tid 101(1, at 10 o'clo* k A. M PnoviPKii, T he applicant cause a copy of tin* Order !• I* putilished in some newspaper published m Harford I ounly. Maryland, at h as| one lime before Hi*- nineteenlli day of June. 1016. True Copy Test: 11. T KENDALL. Secretary NOTICE TO (TtEIIITOKM. This Is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Harford County. Md.. letters testamentary on the estate of JOHN W. WALKER. late of Harford County, deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby notified to exhibit Hie same, with the legal vouchers thereof, On or In-fore the iHIh day of >ov M 1111 is '•I they may otherwise by law le excluded fron all ht-ipTlts of said estate. All persons indebt -d to said estate are re|iiealed to inak** immediate payment. fliven under my hand and seal this IHIh day of May, 1010. MILFORD W. WALKER. Kte.-ul-ir PROPOSAL FOR COAL Office Hoard of Education of Harford County 1 Id i Aim. Mi* June 7lh, HUH Rids will be received at Ibis office until I'.' o'clock M . ON WEDNESDAY. JULY 6Hi. 1016, lor supplying the Public S*Toads with No. 2 SCREENED AVI HR At 111 t *AL '2240 lbs l*. •be lon The County has Iteen divided into lw* h* districts as lollows I 11. 2 I 41.5 1. 6-1. 71 aI.MI. II I. 11-3. let. -VI, 3c I 5-2. fl-2. H-2,112. 2c2, o*-2 3. 3 2. 1-2. 7-2, IU 2. I H-2. 111-2, 10 I. 4* I. 4c2 4 H-2. 12-2. Ic2. 3-1, H-3, 10-3. 12 3. 1.-3, 3c3, 14-3 H 13. 2-3, 3-3. 13 3, 54. H 22-4 23 4. 5c3. 4 3 5-3. H 3, 7-3. H 3.7 4. M, 111 I 13-4. 14 4. 15 4 IH 4. IH 4. 21 4, IH 5, 4e3 I* 4 3e4, 4* 4 14. 2 4. II 4. 12-4. 0 17 4. IM 4. 1 5. 3-5. 4 5, 5 5 7 5. II 5. |H-5. H 5 10 3 1, 4 4. 0 4. 25-4. 20 4 II H 5. 0-5. 12 5. 13-5. 14 5. 15 5. left. 2e5 Pi. 14 2. 13 2. 15-2. 17 2. ibn ions ini Darlington (15-0 mu t be No 3 coal Rids must lie made for 111 dlff*- • nl districts separately, as outlined at ove. bid on bidd*-t may bid (or more than one district ~ All coal is to be deliver* d before October l-l IMIH. to lit- lioiis*‘*i where place Is provided, and to lie paid for at that dale The Board reserve* the right to reject any m ill bid-, mid to house coal at contractor s pense if ncees-ai y Ity order of the Board. t MIL IUN WRIGHT Secretary II A. WHITAKER. Attorney. JUDGES OF ELECTION I The following Is a list of the Judges of Flee * Hon who will also serve as Register of Voter* |. lor Hie ensuing year recently appointed h> Hi* Hoard of Flection Supervisors Hi* party atfilia '•••ns of each iK-rson is set opposite his nam* . Hist Precinct Name. parly I‘ii'st Abingdon James M Bosley D . J R Osborn R ft Magnolia William II Meiers D • , T homas ,1. Robinson R •-second Aberdeen ( W. Marlin I). James H McPherson R Hopewell Fix ingstnn Smith D S. W Anderson R , Pen ymni \\ It Harris |i H O. Fmniord R riiir.l It. I Air J P Wilson D R Many Fee R Chinchvtllo David IF Hanson |> .1 I (lot *• II R r allslon Theodore J. Slemml l James O Watson R, Hat kins J W Robint*ii D Cloven R \Y anl R • Forest Hill James P \\ liiilaml D. Edwin llavtland R F'Mirlh Jairellsv tile Charles A Dev in | John Baud K I PPer \ Rds . John R Bahlw In |. 11 * . James I. Ely r Norris villa .1 R straw bridge D Joseph YN Duncan R ■ I Fifth Dublin Henry E. Self*- D. U M Terrell R 1 Steam* J A Wallace D j " , David Ci. Harry R. Sixth IP Havre d. 4. .G. IF ||* rgenrolher D I dgar I Kelly R ' 2P Havre lie H , Norman M Si iitnian D R W. (ireenleal R Will IAM F M* Nl IT, President JOHN .1 SIT.I.IVAN. F.l l-SYY UK 111 I n\V I SujN-rv isors >| I lections of Harfont Co DANII I F CALLAHAN, Clerk Prevent Hog Cholera. The* H. \. Thomaa Hog l’owdt*r haa m record of lf>‘* curea of Mug Cholera. If you feed your hogs nn iirected, you n-ed never fear hog 'holers nor any other hog diaeaae. nd '-lie direction* are very aim pie, juat d'out what you are doing, plua a few •enta worth of H. A. Thomaa Hon t'owder in the feed twice a week. I anally, though, Cholera geta ill liefore we know it. Then it require* cloae attention to each hog each hog 'final he doaed and if you will done th-m aa directed, you will aave better than ‘.Hi per cent. If you don't, the H. A. Thomaa medicine eoata you nothing We not nome diatant manufacturer pay your money hack. BAIR HOPE" ends GRAY HAIR Rcsloraa Natural Color In few application* Not a ijuu k *1 ye win* h g ivr* a weird, streaked, stained, iinnauiral l*x>k. but • is so naturally,gradually, n** enemiapecta. No oil *.r great**. Doaa uot Stain Scalp. Slop* DandrufT, Itching Scalp, Palling Hair, I*eav-a Hair nlce,soft,fluffy. N>* complaints—4> year* sale. Will p'easeyou. D *ee Hie work right. Nosamplea. Se nt pre|N*id forVt.CMV K S. Well*, Jersey ('lty, N. J. "1(01 (til ON U.% -gfs'-tuds lvsis.MKc.bags. 35c. More Egjp* ThU W Inter *ir Your Money ■look. That la Our (suarnutee. Feed IF A. Thomas's Poultry Remedy regular ly lo your hens and if >ou do nol get more eggs we will refund >our motley. Makes Kens lay cure* cholera, roup and gaj*es. For sale by all good dealers Made by 4>ld Kentucky Uanufa - luring Lo. I'aducah. Ky. j Pholera Posts U MILLIONS OF W DOLLARS 1 every year l* poultry and hog f -1- " raisers. last year thousands of Hoga and Poultry were saved from cholera and other -‘Trarrs during the hot wwather by tba uss of Ca/ m 'Sino Tha trsalsrt Chakra Nrntlw Kan— ft at stSfe.l""- iHRSBa “-ptfswiirE e with Um food or dnak. B*>l.l> BY 1 LEADING MERCHANTS Matinee Races I i At The Old Fair Grounds, Bel Air, . ON TUESDAY, JULY I I T HARNESS RACES, (Best 3 heats out of 5) ■I Mm nl*- ( liihh. 12.30 Cliisn nml I ><<■ l-'or-AII THOROUGHBRED RUNNING RACE (half mile) ADMISSION 25 CTS. I'm- information ronci-rning rnlricM plimi** H. E. CORRELL. Bel Air, Md. '* '■ " i Assignee’s Sale OF Valuable Property Xer Darlington, in tin- l-'iftli Eire* lion DUtrii-t of Harford 4 ounly. i - By virtue of j power contained in u mortgage i from John W Russell ami wife In Lewis C j •b*n*-s, dated Hi* llili day ••( M.inTi. m in** year HR2. anil r* (•i*ril*-l umnng (he Land Re* nrds of Harford 4 ounly in l.ihcr .1 A R N. i.-gi. folio ! .’.'iti.default having oc* urred therein, the assignee , 1 ■•f said mortgage will sell the same at Public , sale at the Court House door in llel Air, Mary • land. On Monday, June 19th, 191(1 At II o'clock A M . all that I Tract or Parcel of Land j containing 92 Acres. Mcc or Less. i situate and lying mar Da lliiulnn. in Hi Fifth i Fleet no District td Harford County, and being Hi* same tract ** parcel *>f land referred lo and described in a deed from Hi*- said Lewis C and sili- to the said John W. Russell, d *l*-d Hi*- said I4lh day of March, in Hie year 1 i *1 1 .md recorded among Ho Land Records of Harford County, in Liber J. A R . No. 137. (olio :•* i M* The improv-menls consist of i -room, slat* roofed DWFT I IN'* H"CsF. in god condition. s tubb- with a Shed attached ( hieken House mid other small TERMS OF SALE. Tbi'l* nn of sab-an One-third of the pur Li' moiiev In In- paid in eusli on tin *la> if • s il* .oi ii|ioii the t aliii* lion thereof, in Hi*-dis ' en-tion of ih* undersigned; *ne-lhir • in six months md the residue in twelve months, or all > .i-h. at tin- option of Ho- purchaser. Hie credit pani* Ills In be a i Interest from Hie day of sale .111*1 I** b- seemed by lb*' Holes or bonds of Hie | inn • baser, will) surely to In* approved by Hie i undersigned HENRY A WHITAKER. I Assignee of Mortgage. I. W. Thompson. Auctioneer. Attorney’s Sale (I* A Small Place In the ITeiiimi IMm|iT*‘( of Hat fonl (‘ounly. My vit t ii* of a p'-wer and authority ronlained ii i oiorlgage Ironi (i*urge II Re* *j and Mary I R* -d. Ins wife, to Henry A. Whitaker, dated Hi* - Kill d.iv of .Ihiiiiiii y. in tin- year 1015. and record* d among Ho-Land Records of Harford County, in Liber .I. A R , No. 14*. folio !*i |e fault having occurred therein, the undersigned, Hi* iltniiiey named in said mortgage, w■ 11 sell it Public Sal*- at the Court House door 111 IF I Air, Maryland. 1 On Monday, June 19, 191 G At 12 o'clock M all that ' Piece or Parcel of Land I containing 12 Acres, More or Less, siliial* and lying on the southwest side of the public roa I l*-a*ting from Perryman to Michaels vill*’ •" H< S* <**ii*l El* ctlon District *f Harford Goii'ity l>< mg parts of t. acts ealb d Ttr -w n's * ham *', ' I Tai kslow n." "Fox Harbor." *u by whatsoever name or names Hie saint* may be known or called, and being Hi* same and all tin land r* i* rr dto and d* scribed in a deed fro n * Johns Y *iung. trustee, and another lo the said George H R *d. dated the I2lh day of April in Hie year IWI2. and r* corded among the I ami • Records of Harford County. In Liber J A. R, N* 137, folio 104 A The Improvements consist f i ,s a . ROOM Hill SF in fair con i dition. stabling for two horses. ** Woidsh*'d ami sonic olloi i small outbuilding*. i TERMS OF SALE The terms of sale are One third of Ih*- pur chase money to be paid in east, n the day of >ale. or u* on the ratification thereof, in Hie dis crelion of the undersigned, ne Hurd in six months and Hu-residue in twelve months, or all cash at Hu- option of Hi* purchaser, the credit payment lo Im-ht interest from the day of aide lo l* seem * d by the notes or bonds of Hie pur chaser, with surely lo In-approved by Hu-under ' signed. II A. V'IIITAKKI*. 1 Alloi in v mimed m mo Igag*- Joshua U McCall, Auvlimieir | Attorney's Sa’e UK A [ House and Lot i f In Dtirhiißton. in tin- Fifth K.h-i-lion IMhtrt-l f llurfiml Count). * t By virtue of a power contained m a mortgage [ from Few is I Jones amt w il- to Henry A Whilak* i. dated Hie I2lh dav of \ugusl. in Hie v* ar 1912 of record among the F.ind Records of 1 Harford County in Filter .I A R. No Hl*, (olio I -M ii* fault hiving o* i urred therein, the under I -igiu-d. Hu-attorn* > therein named will sell at > Public sal* at Ho- Court House door, in Bel An > .Maryland. y On Monday, June 19th, 191C* ' At 11.45 o’clock, A. M.. All that LOT OR PARCEL OF GROUND 11 containing i j TWO ACRES, More or Less, situate and lying in the village of Darlington, in Hi* Filth F.leclitni District *d Harford lountv being Hu sain*- lot ui parcel of ground referred lo and ilv-s*Tilted in a deed from Mary H I Nicholas and liuslhuu- to the said l ewis t j Junes, dated Hu- ltli day of July. in the year j 1912. and r*-<-tird*-*| among tin I.and Records of Harford County in Fiber.l A R . No. 139 folio*. k The iiiiprovenientsconsist of a j OVE ROOM COTTAGE one Small Barn, almost new. and a Chicken House. TERMS OF SALE. H The terms of sal*- are One third of the pur chase money to be paid in cash on the day of p sale or uton the ratification thereof, in the *ti en-tion of Ih* uml* rsigm d. one-third m six months and Hu-residue m twelx*- mouths, or all cash at Hu- option of Hi* purchaser, tin credit pav im iits to Iwar ml* r* si from Hu- day of sale to Ik-secured by the notes or bond- of the purchase) . vx till surely lo be approved bv the undersigned . H A WHITAKER. Attorney named m Mortgage • I \N Thompson. Auctioneer. JACOH A. DOXEN. Solicitor. .\OTU K TO rKKIMTOKS. f In the mailer of the i In the Circuit Court 1,1 T rust Estate of How ard ( (or A Kelly and Susie I Harford County , Kelly I In Fajuily. AHy virtue of an order of the Circuit Court for j,. Harford county, silting in Foully, passed >n the jj 2Mh day of April. lO|H. notice is hereby given the creditors of Howard A Kelly and Susie Kelly lo file their claims, with the vouchers thereof, with Hu- clerk ol said court, on or „ g before the First day of Nov* mlu-r 1016. JACOH A IKJXEN. Trustee. s v || Other paintu are found wanting - • Q when weighed in the balance with DAVIS* 100'i PD HE FAINT. NOI.D BY I HcCOMAS Oiloß., DEL AIU. MD. Trust* es’ S*ile In tiursiiance of a th i-ree *f Hi*' Circuit Court (oi Marl* id County, in I inilv. Ih* suhsertlNrs as Trust* es. w ill offer at Public Auction at the Court IDiiise door, in Bel Air. On Monday, July 3rd, 1916 At II o'clock. A. M all that Tract or Parcel of Land situate in lb*- First Fl* el ion District of Harford County on Hi*- Fasb ily sol* of the public roa*: leading from Calvary to Crcsw*-||, containing W. ACRtS, MORE OR LESS. i it being •* portion <f the lands of w hich William I • ulliini. late of Harford county. died seized, being Hi*-sain* lands which wire conveyed to Ho- smd William I ' nil um bv Hire*-deeds, viz i t. from Henry D l arnandls trustee. t al . dated I b e* mb* r ■ Ist. lau:i. amt r* corded amongst the Land Records ol Harford county in Linar i W s. F„ No 70. folio 370. 2nd from Richard Webster and wlft dated May |Bth, i>w<. and rt'i opli il as afor* said in Fiber W s F . No. 102, foFn 123 3* *l. (min Alfred W Kimble dated , March 27Hi IMi and record*-*! as aforesaid in l.ilM-r A I J.. No •**. folio IT Fvecpt so much ot Ih* ahov * inenllolied trai l- as liav* In *-n con v* yed by Hie said illi.im T Ciillum and wile by two deeds, tine to Margar* I M. Gordon dated Deeemher 21-i I SKI. .*ll*l i* * ird* *1 a- aforesaid in FHei W S. F . No 79, folio 351. and one lo George ('ullUlii and w He dated November 2Mb I9lb. and r* corded as afnr* said in Liber J. A. R No 132. folio 2113. Tin- above laud will be su'd in two parcels: 1 A lot **f about on* fifth of an acre adjoin ing the lands of George Culliiiii and wife. 2. All (he balance, of which about 65 acres is good arable land, the r* si in fine limber. TERMS OF SALE. Tin- terms of sale prescribed by the decree an One Hill-In! the pur base money lo be p ild in ■ ash nn I* om third in all months and the lialam-e in iwi-lv* months, or all < ish at the nplmii "• the purchaser, the credit payments to bear ml* r* -t and in be secured to , ih*- sali-fai'limi f lb* trustees W HE MM HARLAN, J. EDWIN WEBSTER. Trustees. I I. F Mitchell, Auctioneer. .Assignee’s Sale I Bv virtu* of Hi*' power and authority contain i *il in :i niorlgii.) from f'aroinie Connell In • .1 mi* s I si* m. dated Ih* Mil dav of March, in I Hi*-year I tan and r*eo*di*l anioiu'sl the Land i Records **l llarfonl ( ounly, in I ilu-r \N S. F.. | No 111. loliu 461 .uni duly assign. .I to Jacob A Doxen on th*- :mib day *>f Dei-euilN-r. 1014. *i< J Fiull hav mg neciirred therein th* undersigned I w ill sell ul Pullin'Sal. at Ih- ■ ourt House door in Bel \ it. On Monday, June 26, 1916 At 12 o'clock M . all that certain Tract or Parcel of Land situate on the east side of the public road lend •ng from IT u *•'- Cot tier •" M igimlia. and inimt ‘•lately south oi Hi*- It .1 t R I* . in Hi*- F'ir-t Fb eimii Dish p i of liarlord ('ounly. containing 4 ACRES, MORE f'R LESS, be'ng the same and all the land fully and parti cularly described 111 a deed from Richard Nully and w if* In Frederi* i. \\ I'nland and Mary Fn land, his wife, dated the I3lh day of Nov i iiilkt, in the year IMCS. and record* d amongst Hu- I .and Records of liarlord County in Liber w. ||. D . I No. 16. folio ;MH. and b*-ing Hie same and all the land devised and b-i|ii allied to the xiiid Caro- Ini* Connell by Hie last will and testament ol xaH Frederick W Uniand, dated tin i-t day ol December, in the year 1963, and duly recorded aiiiong-l Ih* Will Records of Harford County, in l.iber IL T It . No 13. folio 26 * This iir*i|NTly is inijiroved l>V a LOG liOI'SE and Stable 1,1 lu " " and bus on it a small Orchard Tin- properly Is well local i 11. being convenient to schools, stores ..nd churches. TERMS OK SALE, On*- third of Hi* purchase money to h*- paid in cash on day of sib . on* third thereof in siv months and Hu- balance in lw* ive months from Ih* day of sale. Hie credit payments I*, bear in •• rest fi om the day i -.ale and to be si cured I** Hi*- satisfaction of Hu i--i. i.. . of -aid moll U’-g* . or all . ash at the op ion ot |h*- piin has* r JACOB A DOXEN. Assignee "( said mortgage I \N Tllnnipsoll. An. li.meei. OH DM; MSI. In th* Matter ol th* i Tax Sal* -of (In* Par eels ol land siliial* and U mg mi Harford Coun ty ami assess*-*! iv sp- ctivrlv In Frank Frizzei. I >av id \ Rml lon. Georg* 11 l hr|-(y Rol.eil Holly ( haib- R W* lls \\ Fmory In the Circuit Court Micbu*-I. liurrv M* ad. Jnxeph I McDaniel, for Margaret ll* ompsoii. (■(■ratio Gill*i, Riehani Harford County. I ong. Louts A M- i rb i by William J. Shani ban. 11* a-iirer of llai ford Couutv. for state and County ’laxes due * and in arrears, tor in. year 1015 nml Inr Ih*- interest, costs nml com mission incurred re s|k-i lively Hi* r*on. Ord* red. this th dav ol May. in the year Ilfi hv Ih*'Circuit Court lor llarfonl ( ounly that the ahov* sab s matte by \\ illiam Shanahan Treasurer of llarfonl i ounly on the Kith day ot April, in the year 1916. ot th* parcels of land as sessed as aforesaid tor taxes m arrears f..r the year 1015. with ini* rest. . osiv t. *- eoinniission. ( ■ be finally ratified and run firmed, üblckk gool cause to tin- central y thereof he shown bv any irt-i.ii interested in aid par*.-Is mi ~r be for*- lb* -41 h dav of Jun< I9|i: provnb d noli* * thereof Ih given lo all persons inter* xted Hi* rein by tlie insertion *d copies t this order in two newspapers published m liarlord County for -lx successive w.(k- be for* the 23rd day of June, 1916. UM. II HARLAN I'r-.ie t opy. Test J(IIN A ROBINSON. Clerk Examination of Teachers Oi in e f..rsTV Bovkp 'i Em i- vftos • • ii vki **wp t*.*i m v . Hi i A • M'' June Ist. 1916. Ihe Annual examination ol Whit* lea* hers w ill |h- bcbl at Hie Gr aded School Building. Bel Air on Ihur-day and Friday. June 22nd and 2trd 1916. for both grades All teachers whose certificates expire July i-t |oir., niu-t present themselves (oi . \ win mat ion. Applicants for -ehol.irshlps at the s-tat* Normal School will t* i-xaniiiicd at Hie san * time Fxnniinations wj|| begin |>r*>t*i|*|lv ii! •* o'clock. A M By order of Hie Board. C. MILTON WRIGHT Suiiertntcndcnl. THE Johns Hopkins University Entrance Examinations I Candidates for admission to th*' College of Arts and Sciences and lo the Department of Engineering w ill not be • xaniincd in June l> he University Thun- who wish to t ke the entrance examinations >-ondiieicd hv the t olleg* Kntrancc Examination Board .him 19-24, in th* Academic Building at Homewood, beginning at * A M . must applv to tb* Secretary ot th. t ..| eg*- Entrance Examination Board, Hamilton Hall. PO. Station H. New Y ~rk. N ) j., r ( orm of application, t*. b. tilled up ami return*-*! ** Hie Secretary not lal-r than Jim- I • # Ihe examination fc o;|su* must arcom- ■any (be applicnlion t. r. hall. 8., . ..... H, ““' r " r EDWIN II W. HARLAN. Solicitor. OUIIKK MSI lugh -I McNutt ctux . i In Hu-Circuit Court for „ .. v v. - Harford County. S. Dover McNutt. ln Equity Ordered. Hu- 2nd day of June. 1916 that the ales made and reiKirted in the above . nulled nunc by F:dwm II \Y Harlan, trust*. In finally * onfirmed. unless cause to the contrary th* r.-of * k- shown on or tH-for* the Ist day of July t9i* irov nl*-d a copy *d this order be inserted ui ome newspajH-r published in Harford county nee in each of three 3 successive week- In - ure the i-t day of July. 19l The report states Hu- amount of sales to Ih- I j } , JOHN A. ROBINSON. Cterk * , rue ( opy—Test: • ■ 10 I JOHN A ROBINSON. Clerk, cof LC. RICHARDSON & BRoT' Z Auctioneers, . riK Real Estate and Personal Property Sold 1 aper approved and clerk furnished when De irod. SatiafacUon Guaranteed. BEL AIK. MD. M Carver Price SEASONABLE OFFERINGS Early preparations are reflected in OUR SUMMER SHOWING of Good Merchandise. No store anywhere is more complete in its show ing of the NEATEST and BEST LINES. OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT in (trimming over with New Summer Creations. I*l. AIN nil EM HROID EKED VOII.es. LINENS, CORDUROYS. KKJI'KS. MKKCEKIZED CORDS, C. \HA UDINE, KLAXONS, BKAITIKfL LINE OK WHITE GOODS KOK WAISTS, DRESS SUITINGS anil many olher varieties. NEW AND ATTRACTIVE LINE OK EMIIKOIDEKIES AND LACES GENTS FURNISHINGS Nullity Stylea in STRAW HATS, UNDERWEAR, NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. Kull line of DRESS AND KHAKI KANTS, NECKWEAR, &c. SHOES OXFORD TIES AND KOMI’S FOR EVERYBODY HOUSE CLEANING DEPARTMENT New Mutting*, New Drugget*, New Rug*, New Linoleums. THE DEPENDABLE STORE CARVER & PRICE. Be! Air. Md. FOR SAT. 1C ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW ON GUNPOWDER RIVER Twenty minutes from Baltimore. Large Living Room with Fire Place, Two Bedrooms, Large Hath Room, equipped, including Shower Bath; Large Kitchen, I’anlry, Well House, Well and Storage Tank, Rump operand by Gasoline Engine, Asphalt Tennis Court. TWO AND ONE-THIRD ACRES OF LAND fronting on river. Will sell Furnished or Unfurnished. Address: A. M. D.. 229 Guilfo.d Ave , Baltimore. Maryland. The Harford Jersey Club -i solicits the membership of all in Harford County and vicinity who are interested in the Jersey Cow. The activity of Messrs. MUNN and VanPELT, who are now in charge of the American Jersey Cattle Club, insures a first place for the Jersey Cow in all dairy tests. The future is bright for Jerseys, and now is the time for every dairyman in Harford County to secure them before prices advance. Opportunity Calls They say that opportunity knocks hut once. In that respect opportunity dilFers from some peo ple you know who knock all the time. The reason opportunity never favors the knocker is because when opportunity knocks, the knocker is making so much noise himself that h* never hears the call. Opportunity may be calling to you right through this little ad. We are irivit ing you to start a bank account. Don’t be a knocker, but come and be one of us. Start today. The Second National Bank BEL AIK, MD. INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. IGLEHARTS Meats. Groceries. Ice OUR OWN SMOKED HAMS AND HACON PURE LARD TRY OUR CHIPPED BEEF, SLICED BACON COOKED HAM AND BOLOGNA (Sliced while you wait) Hershey’s Bread and Rolls Received Fresh Daily WE BUY FAT CATTLE. LAMBS. CALVES. BO6S. 5c AGENT FOR PULLMAN MOTOR CARS DEFIANCE TIRES AND TUBES PHONE 44R BEL AIR I*'. H. IGLKHAKT I |i|l| i-J j Notice to Taxpayers. I In] I -f. I I >lr * arr *be '"on n*i levied Stale laves M . 111 hi; i T^ ,n fr7.rl ,r ? ,n '• ItHi and County I axes from .septeiilier I. l|i JSrWI I 17 " 7 ' 'be treasurer 111 make . ,* ,be ' rli ! ii|U ' ni taxpayers .hm me \ Ti I V> V. “mouno l° r I, flit !) Iti. ynr. in arrrar. rm- . II ■ l.? ub ,v h V"i- "" '" (l neeeail*e , - j I 1 I wkn lelore ibe ard day of t. l.ruary, If said I nj Li Oi. n i.Ki.f hr mil nuke ■ lurlh.r "llh real vital. . ilk a brief drier iplion of th.-lr property. the i i . ta *es intertill anil costa, and will ait ' , _> , SjT'' |nr iielheiami fi.rlhr, ,- wetkl prior l„ the Kjfe I ™?, t Soildav in April mi: amt mil olfer laid —J rV 1 rs rea eiiatf lor cash the loilomav Monday ai the rwi 110,1,, 'd00r in Hel Air, at In o'clock A M •AVIS* KORCH AND DECK KAINT Jn‘fcffi 1 * .“‘'■I I "'', 'ih pennnalty ... nnvn mini will be liable after April 15. 1817. to have their I made especially to resist all weather day^JoTi.' Uram " rily taken and sold alter ti n nmiitiiins—so when painting why not Discounts on County Taaen If paid on or he re the thing for the purpose? u wiii S'll&L.r ZSr':.m‘ u> ' ' I “' r >st no more—will look right and w ear J, Iu be man. a i iheTreasurer i nilire. ■yKf Air, Md. *• I’Wl payments received. \V. J. SHANAHAN. SOLD BY Treasurer of Har.ord County IUCOMAB It 1108.. HEL AIK, MD.