THE AEGIS I
PU(iIiIHHKI) KVKKY Flill>AY AT
HKD Alii. Ml).
Established in IW*. The iKirlt I* the oldest
Dfw'imH f with the laryesl circulation of any
published In Harford County.
JOHN I). WOHTHINOTON JZZA
Alitor and Owner.
(TERMS SI.OO PER ANNUM
Advert Imlii# Hale*
One square (six line* nonpariell, three or less I
Insertions. |l.6(i; subsequent insertions, 2S cents. I
Special rates made with monthly, quarterly and I
••'Local correspondence aoliclted from every I
••otloo of the county.
FRIDAY. JUNK2S, 101(1
Th*- ASgis extends its warmest con-1
gratulations to the members of Com* I
pany l>, including its recent recruits I
from Havre tie Grace, for their prompt I
courageous response to their country’s I
call, regardless of the sacrifices many I
have had to make. While soldiers are I
continually liable to receive a call to I
arms, the first fight is always the hard- I
est, and we predict that no contest into I
which the fortunes of war may lead I
them will be a severer test of their I
manhood than were the "good byes" of I
We want the Company to fen I srd I
know beyond a doubt that mey will in- I
dividually and collectively hold the first I
place in our minds, anil to remember I
that the hearts of those they left behind I
them beat in warm unison with theirs. I
We want to bear as much as (lossibleof I
their activities, and the AOgis hopes 1
that it may often be able to publish I
fetters fresh from the field, penned by I
Harford soldiers. In return we shall I
do all in our power to keep them in I
touch with home, and now offer to send I
the yEgis with the compliments of its I
editor to any Harford soldier who sol
requests and gives his mailing address. I
We who know our men, know the I
stuff of which they are made, and have I
absolute confidence that they will I
measure up to a high standard of I
courageous efficiency while in the field. I
Upon their return, however soon it may I
be, they will receive a right royal wel-1
come ami the hearty thanks of their I
LOOK TO THE END.
While we have not yet been able to I
fully comprehend the reality of the I
startling order which has summoned I
the farmer from his plow, the merchant I
from his counter and the laborer from I
bis honest toil, we know by the tradi- I
tions of the past and the realities of the I
past few exciting days that trouble I
moves on rapid wings, and that there I
are right now in our midst many whose I
recent real distress has exceeded their I
wildest imaginings. In a single day we I
have seen the home of the young arti- I
sari’s wife broken up and her source of I
livelihood cut off; the young mother left I
without other companion than her tiny I
babe; and the bride, whose nuptial robe I
has scarce been laid aside, bid farewell I
to her partner of only a week. And so I
its the toss of a nickel whether we I
should honor more highly the hero car-1
rying his musket in the field or his wife I
carrying her lonely burden at home. I
We cannot carry their burdens, but wel
can and do all want them to know that I
we are thinking about them from day I
to day, and want them to let us know I
how we may help to bridge the chasm I
between the parting and the home-corn-1
ing. <bir only word just now is: Think I
of the home-coming, when the proudest I
day of life will come.
WE HAVE NO CHOICE.
After years of watchful waiting I
during which our government has done I
such kind but firm work as our ignorant
neighbor would permit towards bring I
ing about a stable government and a I
friendly desire to protect those whom I
it had allured within its borders for I
commercial purposes, it seems that we |
have conducted a losing campaign of I
education anil that war literally stares I
us in the face. No period of our history I
presents the record of a time when our I
people have been less disposed to lay I
aside the arts of peace, and only a
stern necessity from which there is no
turning is sufficient to drive us into a
war whose end is doubled by none but
whose details are shunned by all.
The folly of this conflict is all the
greater when the blind ignorance of
these people is considered. As has been
aptly f ggesled, if those Mexicans re
sponsible for the future, including both
the leaders in shaping public opinion
and the leaders in handling the munitions
of war were marched through the length
and breadth of our land, so that they
might see for themselves its resources
and its people, the absolute futility of
thi ir threatened actions would certain
ly dawn upon them; but an ignorance
of their own martial weakness as well
as our own strength leaves them wrap
ped in a cloak of egotistic folly which
nothing short of a machine gun can re
The fact is the world is calling upon
the Mexicans to furnish a government
of which they are totally incapable, and
it will be only after the United States
duplicates there her treatment of Cuba
eighteen years ago that Mexico will be
til for self respecting people to live in.
While speculation is rife whether or not
our soldiers will at this lime get beyond
the borders of their respective states,
there is but little encouragement to
hope that they will not, as it will only
be putting off the evil day.
Whatever may be charged up against
the American people among their short
comings the lust of conquest and greed
of aggrandizement of foreign territory
cannot be mentioned in the list No
nation has ever set the example we
furnished in recent years of restoring
the weak i üban people to their inherent
rights, and the same thing is being done
in the I'hillipmes as rapidly as con
ditions will permit: and thus time will
disclose that this still larger and more
difficult problem will tie handled nearei
home. In the end the Mexican citizer
will bless the hand about to smite hirr
because we will give him a country, am
he will be guaranteed a government fi
to live under. This is such a task at
only the leading nation of the eart)
would be expected to perform; but
because of its magnitude and it* mani
fold difficulties, it will be all the mon
wisely and well done; and it is a sourc<
of sincere congratulation that here a
the opening of a national campaign th*
people of the United States with on*
accord dismiss from their minds a chanc
to foster political discord and turn will
one accord to sup|>ort the hands of thei
Are Yon A Temperance lan
you can sell Insurance tor the Nstional Ten) pet
■rue Life Insurance Society and earn lIOU t
fciW) per month as special or (ieneral Ayent l
your county Experience not neoaasa y Th
only Lite Insurance Institution that does n<
Insure the Drinker. Promotion ami Permtnei
Position to acceptable men who make uow
John D. Kubpp. Sec’y. V 6 William 81.. ’ Yorl
NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN
ever receive the proper Iwhincc of ('**[ I
to Hufliriently nourikh !klli \**\y an-l |
twain during the growing period when
nature's demands are greater than in
mature life. This is shown in so many
pile fares, lean bodies, frequent olds,
and 1m k of ambition.
For all such children we say with
unmistakable earnestness: Th y need
Scot 1 s Hinulsion, and need it mow. It
|iossesseH in concentrated form the very
. f<iod elements to enrich tin ir hi--1. It
• hatipes weakness to strength t' •’ *
them sturdy and strong. No ahono..
ficott ft ituwnc, bloom field. N j.
flight ceniM n line for first In
sert ion and ft cent* a line for each
Mul>M-|iicni Insertion*-7 words
to a line. No advertlaementa In
serted for less than 52ft cents.
M‘Wanted Settled White Woman
to do general house work in small
family near Haltimore. tiood home for
right party. (Jive references. Ad
dress A. S. R., >Kgis Office.
Mr Wan ted— Married Man by the
month, good wages to the right party;
six (fi) room house, and other privileges.
Apply James H. Preston, Stevenson,
M<l , Manager for W. H. Whitndge.
Phone No. Pikesville it 6
W For Sale About 12 tons of Hay
Inquire of Dr. D T. Henson, Henson,
w Wanted Man to work on farm;
house, etc., furnished. W. H. Munni
khuysen, Bel Air.
M’For Kent Fight Room ilouh**,
near Fountain (Jreen, with cow pasture.
Mrs. W. D. Wilson. Hel Air, R. I>. 1
Wanted Agents, Pylesville, Dai
lington and Hel Air. Apply, Singer
Sewing Machine Co., 871 N. Howard
.st., Haltimore, Md.
May For Sale. Pair of Mules; one a
good leader. H. S. Pyle, Jerusalem,
Md. Phone, Wilna.
Mr* For Sale A second-hand Mc(*or
mick Hinder, in gofai running order,
cheap. Phone, Hi-21 Jarreltsville,
Thomas Hitchcock. Falls Urn.
lay For Sale Good Feeding Oats.
James H. Hlake, Hynum.
Mr* For Sale For cash 150 barrels
Yellow Corn by weight. C. A. Midden
dorf, Joppa, Md. Phone Wilna 7f4.
May* For Sale Sweet Potato Plants
now ready. Bel Air Greenhouses, Store
idjoining Grangers Hotel.
MTFor Sale The Best General Mer
■handise Store Stand in Harford. For
* iver a quarter of a century its hu-mies
i .imh increased, with increasing profit to
j its owner. Best of reason for selling,
mo fancy price demanded, fullest infor,
1 ination given to a prospective buyer
i For information apply to John D.
Worthington, Attorney for owner.
rented the fertilizer mills
t Reckordvllle, I am in position to send
ior dead animaU. A call over phone
. from any one in either Harford or Hal
'imore Counties will bring the necessary
r •quipment for the delivery of same,
ieorge W. Standi ford.
' MTFor Sale New and Second Hand
' Cars; automobiles to hire, day or night;
t long trips a specialty. All repair work
f o give satisfaction; tires and tubes at
B reduced prices. Trouble calls will re
. ceivo prompt attention. 11. Sear
borough, Darlington. Phone 27f12.
MTFor Rent Four Room House in
Hel Air, with garden. W. F Castell.
* del Air.
MT Money to Lend on mortgage. Ap
* .ily to Walter W. Preston, Attorney,
l * del Air.
MTFor Kent The large Roller-pro
* ess Flour and Feed Mill, and Saw Mill
v connected therewith, located at Reckon!
n on the Little Gunoowder, now doing a
i- large business. Pending its rental busi
k nesa will continue as usual. Apply to
K V. H. Whitaker. Hel Air. Md.
M r 'For Kent Four Room House,
also for sale Cord Wood, Yellow and
While Corn and Mixed Hay. Apply
to C. A. Keithley, Webster's Forest
Farm at Calvary, Postoflke Hel Air,
* Md.. K. 1).
. Mlf you have Walnut Treesor Logs
I to sell, write on phone Philip G. Spen
cer, 601 Roauiter Ave., Govans, for
a John L. Alcock & Go.
II M'For Sale Cheap.-One 17 11. P.
,r Gasoline Engine, will run on coal oil;
e also one 7 II . I*. Gasoline Engine. Phone
,f or write J. D. Blackburn, Churchville,
y Mr Why buy a showy counterfeit
, r when you can buy n Huick or Dodge
Brothers Car. (lan be seen at Harford
“ Garage. Hel Air. Demonstration at
M any time. Archer & Lee, Harford
10 Garage, Hel Air.
M MTFor Sale The undersigned, holds
R at Private Sale the Emily F. Haines
Farm, located at Hell’s Mill in the First
,i> district. This farm contains 67 Acres
f of kind land, has on it an excellent
* Residence, and cun be bought on easy
n terms. John I). Worthington, At
- torney named in mortgage.
** M*Money to Loan on mortgage in
n sums to suit. John D. Worthington,
is Attorney at Law.
h MT’The undersigned offers his services
y to the people of Harford County as s
first-class Painter and Paper Hanger.
, References furnished and work guaran
-1 teed. R. Thus. Hover, Hel Air,
Mr Money to lAan on Mortgage ir
~ sums to suit. W. Worthington Hopkins,
Attorney at Law, Hel Air, Md.
h NOTICE TO OKKOITORS.
J- This Is to give notice that the auLacribcr hat
obtained from the Orphans' Court of llarforc
County, Md.. letters testamentary on the eslati
|t FANNY It WATTERS.
• late of Harford County, deceased. All person!
u having claims against said deceased arc Inn I.;
•H notified to exhibit the same, with the leva
H On or Before the L’tlli day of Dec., I Hit
or they may otherwise by law be excluded (ron
*• all benefits of said estate. All per* mis indebtei
to said estate are requested to make immedinl
(d (liven under my hand and seal tbia tilth day c
. June. IWltt.
. ANNA M W. McNEAI
y Miner to eurumtits.
This Is to give notice that the subscriber ba
'I obtained from the Orphans' Court of Harfor
, County, Md.. letters testamentary on the es
t late of
d AMELIA PROCTOR HKNNINtITON.
y late of Harford County, deceased. All person
having claims against said deceased are herch
° notified to exhibit the same, with the lens
(• vouchers thereof
g On or before the Hit It day of Oee., IHI
it or they may otherwise by law be excluded froi
all benefits of said estate. All persons indebte
e to said estate are requested to make immedia
Ciiven under my band and seal this I lit h da
11 of June, UMH.
JAMES FRANKLIN HKNNINtITON.
„ Public Sale
Valuable Real Estate.
18 The undersigned, intending to leave the ecu
h ty. will offer at Public Sale at the Court Hou
(tool in Hel Air.
I’. On Monday, July 10, 191
‘e At 12 o'clock. M., his
S Desirable Little Farr
'* OF I ft Al'llttH OF LAN l>.
Itf more or less, improved by a large well-bu
■ t . * yyat \ FRAMK HOI SK of lourie
Rooms and Cellar, in good i
h pair. Stabb , ShM
VuXHSuSPI House and necessary outbuii
'* Ings. F'ine well of water at the door. Tl
properly Is located near F'ulford. on the Chun
_ ville slate road, convenient to schools, church
and stores. This Is a solendid opportunity I
? any one seeking a nice home.
TERMS OF SALE.
J One-third of the purchase money to be paid
r- cash on day of sale, one-third in six months a
to the balance in twelve months from the day
in sate and to be secured by the notes or ismds
le the purchaser with security to Im- approx
of by the auctioneer, or all cash, at the option
k J W. McCall. Auctioneer
Howard and Lexington Street*
WITH A *
No, the store Itself doe*
not smile, but every
body In It does.
We have here a Store
Family of nearly 1400
people. Contented, be
cause they are receiv
ing a fair compensation
for their service —a
they themselves regu
late In proportion to
their own effort and
they are fairly
treated, and be
cause their only
concern is to see
that every cus
tomer is given
It Is a store which you
will like to visit not
the cold, awo-lnsplrlng
which many depart
ment stores are, but a
human store —a store
with a porsonallHy—
an organization of
nearly 1400 souls with
but the single purpose
of serving you well—
Baltimore, Md. U
Notice ot Scholarships.
Office ('niitiiy Hoard of Education. I
, Hi i. Aik, Mo.. June 2lt. IUIH I
( mpetilive ■xamination will hr held at I An*
MONDAY. Jl’I.V 17th, HU.
beginning ul n o'clock. entitling bolder to fnft
noiird fm lour year*. Applicants muni be u
■ I :**! itfleeii years old
’ | hr iloiird also has al lls disposal without <
iininiition. mo loin ) ai scholarship, malt* or
, i.mill. . io Hu Maryland Institute of An uod
iii Applie "il' lor scholarship InMaryiaa*
1 llsilllilt- must solid Hu ll applications to lUe
. Soorol ir> h lor. August 2nd
1 Ity order of tin* Hoard.
c Mil ION WHKIIIT, Secretary.
I II A. WHITAKER. SolirHot
In tin mallor ol Hit- i
4 >de in Hi. Real I Mul. •
- i I. rr. .1 lo in.l .losoi ih I
• •.lin a iiiorlp.n . from I
L. wis i ,loii. s ami | In Ihi* Circuit Courtl
' w’iie in Ih my A. WliH- lor
I .kr, duled Hie I (Hi : Harford County.
day oi Aupusl. in Hi. In Kuulty.
1 . ear till Iff. and I > eonle.l
- ..mo.ip Hie Land He. -
olds ol Hal lord Coun
ty. in l.ilnr .1 A. It
No. HIH. folio 2KE
, Ordered this I'itihday of .lime. liMfl. Hint rth
sales ina.ii mid reported in Hie above ei.n1...1
e.iU'e hy Henry A Whitaker, attorney, bn
„ iina.ly emilinm-d. unless cause lo the ooiitinry
I hereof he shown on or before the 14th day <*f
h July. lion, provided, a copy of ibis order Ikb Up
sorted in some newspaper published in Mar .inti
comity onee in eaoh of three t.T snecaaalMw
weeks h. lore Hie 14th day of July. IHIH.
The report slates I amount of sales tu lie*
♦ in. 00.
n JO .N A KOHINSON. CltalL.
True I’opy Test:
JOHN A. KOHINSON, Clerk
i;i<;i*OI(TOI ,1 NATHAN HK.\X,
s Chief Game Bardin of Itarfori Co.
e For Your Kittling May Hlal, 1916.
s Money received from licenses t2,7T*M*
y Money leoened Iron, lines 20t*
il Balanct carried Irom UUS .... 154 34
Total receipts *:.•* 3a
[j Money paid out for birds aotikl
~ Money paid mil ho certificates .hawks.
crows, elo ivtiao
, Money paid uni for expenses 452 t7
Cash on hand uhea;
ITEMIZEDACCOINT OK EXPENDITURES.
S .1. Harnett, printing 1 75
l .V I Telephone Co 725
*■ Edna I. Oldiu id. postage 200
Edna 1.. Oldfield, typewriting 4 55
lieorge W Hroek. printing . AUP
W illiam J Coyne premium on bond— 5 UO
Idn i 1 Oldfu I i p slave 2t
I M it NV lldason into hire 240
*1 i \ P. Teh phoin I o 7•
J H Ford Hahn badges bun
Edna I Oldm-hl. typewriting sUS
” Expenses to Havre de Hrace 10 UO
Expenses lo Huvio de iirace 1000
, II J ('raw ford, gasoline and oil ... BJO
Leo M Moore, p. lilting 200
.100 I> Worthington printing ... 500
Edna I Oldlleld. postage 200
l> J. H Eerd Hahn, hadgi s 250
Kola rt H I.eight, launeh hire . 12 00
J M Streett .V Son. printing 72 50
_ Rohr rill I.eight, launch hire 700
“ Jm> I>. Worthington, pnntinif. 175
He I Air Oarage. auto lure on on
A C Hraner. meals for witness too
John Hopkins, anlo lure ... 2 on
Jno A Robinson Clerk swearing In
d pnty 80
C \ P. Telephone Co 12 00
Rob* rl II Areln r. Jr , for tel. service... 28 00
- Leo M Moor*, pruning 5 0(1
Edna I. Oldfield, typewriting. 5 50
C. .X P. r. lephone Co 1100
Edna I. Oldfield postage .... 200
j* Hel Air l imes, printing hOO
Jno C Wlker, anlo hire 15 20
I dna L. Oldlleld typewriting ... . 225
Kolh rt 11. Archer, Jr., legal services
...it trials 8000
ft Jno Hopkins, anlo hire 4on
• • .1 >hn c \N Iket iuio hire 4an
lieorge W Hroek printing sno
C \ I Teh Phone t o ... BK2
Stella Hoyd typewriting S 5
J A Hannigait agent, freight on
! irils 2 55
e- NV. A 1 ueas. on account of birds. 100 00
re A In .. ..ouuiii of birds. JOB no
J . obi rt H Archer. Ji . E gal service
> and trials 42 00
h- ,i A li.uuiig.in ag nt lr ight on birds.. 2*4
or |7SS 7
Sworn to before me this 7th day of June. IUIO.
LWVSON COOLEV, J I*.
13; C. C. RICHARDSON & BRO.
| Real Estate ami Personal l*rop4hrty Sold.
Paper approved ami clerk furnisher*, when De- 1
sir* I Satisfaction Ouarantced- H&LAIK. MD,
I T i the Showaen & Traders
OF HARFORD COUNTY.
he undersign* d hereby calls attention to an
•ortanl amendment to the License I.aw of
■> land relating to 7 rad' rs which was enacted
he reci nt (ieneral Assembly of Mary land and
k effect on June Ist Said law was amended
h reference to "Shows and Theatrical Bihi*
ons ” and twenty-five new sections were
<d providing for the licensing of Detective '
■ncles and Agents, Moving Picture Shows and
nivals, Oarages, ('ash Registers and Adding
■tunes. Typewriting Machines, Commercial,
-canllle and Mutual I'roleclive Agencies. In
igence Offices and Employment Agencies. |
indries. Junk Dealers, Trading Stamp Com
lits, Wholesale Dealers in Kami Machinery,
la Water Fountains. Livery staid- s. How liny
nous St or aye Warehouses Check Rooms
suing. Dying and i'ressiny Companies.
ie Shminy Parlors and Hat Cleaniny Katah-I
imenls, bestaurants or Kaliny Places. Plumb- J
and (as Kilt rs. Construction Firms nr Corn
lies. Non resident Wholesale Tobacco Deab-rs
1 Non-resident Wholesale I.l<|Uor Dealers
aid law took effect on June Ist last, and said
■rises should tie secured from the Clerk <d
hereby warn all persons i ngaged in anv of
■ above lines of business that said law w ill be
icily enforced, and warn all delinquents to
:e out the necessary licenses without delay
ROBERT 8 A I KIN. Sheriff
lei Air, Md., June >5, line.
NOTICK TO (TiKIMTOKN.
'his is to yive notice that the subscriber has
tained from the Orphans' Court of Harford
unly. Md.. letters testamentary on the estate
JOHN W. WALKER.
eof Harford County, deceased. All persona
viny claims against said deceased are hereby
lified to exhibit the same, with the leyal
uchers thereof, .
i or before the iHth day of .Nov., I DIM
they may otherwise by law be excluded from
iH-nefits of said estate. All persons indebt d
said estate are requested to make immediate
liven under my hand and teal this IHlh day
MILFORD W WALKER,
PROPOSAL FOR COAL
Tier Hoard of Education of Harford County '
Hi i Aia. Mi> June 7th, 1216. i
Hids will be receivi d at this office until >2
clock M .
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 6th. HUH.
r suppljlny the Public Schools with No. 2
REI NED AM IIRACH E COAL 2240 lbs to
e lonThe County has been divided Into
it Ive districts as follows;
1-1. 2-1. 4-1. 6-1. 6-1. 7 I. H-l. il-|, IN, |cl.
■I, 3c I.
6-2, H-2. 8-2. 2-2. 2c2, Bc2.
3 2, 4-2, 7-2. 10-2. 18-2. 19-2, 10 I. 4d. 4e2
11-2, 12-2, Ic2
3-1. 0-3. 11l 3. 12-3. Ic3, 3c3. 14-3.
1-3, 2-3, 3-3. 13 3, 6-4. 8-4. 22-4 23 4 . 5c3, 4-3
6-3. 8-3. 7-3, 8-3. 7-4, M-4. 10 4. 13 4. 14-4. 15-4,
11-4, IK-4. 21-4, 10 6. 4c3. Ic4. 3c4. 4c4.
1-4. 2-4. H-4, 12-4.
17-4. 18 4. 1-6. 3-5, 4-5, 6-6. 7 6. 116. IM-6. 0-5.
3-4. 4-4. 9-4. 26-4, 20-4
8-5. 0-6. 12-5. 13-6, 14-6, 15-5. left. 2c5
14-2. 13-2. 16-2. 17-2.
T hirteen (13> tons for Darlinylon 06-5’ mu i
,• No 3 coal. Hids must he made for 111 dlfb
ut districts separately, as outlined at ove. Imi'
m> bidder may bid for more than one district Z
All coal Is to be di livt red before October Ist
Dip., to lie housed where place is proviued. ami
lo lie paid for at that dale
The Hoard reserves the riyhl to reject any m
ill hids. and lo house coal at contractor's ex
iiensv if necessary.
Hy order of the Hoard.
C MILTON WRIIiHT.
If You Ukp
Your building will look well.
The point will wear well.
The paint coot will he lowest, since
you will have
FEWKR GALLONS TO HI Y.
What Mtronger arguments do you need '
McCOMAN IIIIOK.. ItKL AIK. MIL
Prevent Hog Cholera.
*i The B. A. Thoma* Hog I'owdei
lihh a record of UfT cures of Hop
Cholera. If you feed your ho#* to
directed, you need never fear hok
cholera nor any other hog disease. \nt
t the directions are very wimple, just
' nhout what you are doing, pltiA u few
cents worth of H. A. Thomas Hop
Powder in the feed twice a week,
jj Usually, though, Cholera gets it
before we know it. Then it require*
close attention to each hg each hoji
| must he dosed- and if you will dost
i them as directed, you will nave heltei
'I than 1M) per cent. If you don’t, the H
A. Thomas medicine costs you nothing
We not some distant manufacturer
pay your money hark.
"HAIR-HOPE” ends GRAY HAIR
Restores Natural Color In few application* N, ’
, quick dye which glvea • weird, sircake. 1, stained,
inuatural look. but a< <• ao naturally, graduallyn.
■no suspect a. No oil or grease. Dooa n*H sum Scalp,
loiis Dandruff. Itching Scat,,, Palling Hair. I*a\ci
I (lair nice, toft, fluffy- No comptabils 4.s years sale,
Will please you. Does (he work right. Nnaunmlea
Sent prepaid forft.oo. K. B.Welle, Jersey Pity, N. J
• ItOU II O N HATH" tmds Uais. M ice, Hugs. 80c
MILLIONS OF V DOLLAR!
I every your lo poultry and bog
i I**** rabors. IjwL year thousands of
Hogs and Poultry
were saved from cholera and other diseases
during the hot weather by the use of
The •reatrtt Che Ors Pravontlve Rnewa
mg Iks cHolers, Put don't
| Es V> vV I>ul null until they kssl
■i 41 over. Ciive It to tha>
J ’,Llk*J now mixed with food
">v •* <>>■' (*'•. dis-
Inferts thorn hwosks
and other verms which sot lots tas aysuei
' with the food or drink.
AO ILVZS,:7'" cvV!
•r>d soother for hews, perked l V((j vLs
esotsi cons, can't dry up. lose VTIvV
strength or spoil like others end W 7
eeets so store. It Is all Bodkin#
end pwarwlssi kss.
I 801.11 11V
Rsi desrruy srsrtr^^^^^B^
Worth id (iM.I and property every yes/ Kill you. |
rat. ami mice xik! Hupysr low with 7
/Mf CORN .J
h a mlr hi use. Owslly te M
vats but hsrsaless Is [■■■■Jfl]
human Ix-m**. Ran Mapty jM
dry ap No Udor wk.imr B-
Valuable hovklcl Id rak css,
><<• to I > rarer Dm **
25c. 50c and fl .00.
Is Jerk, Hardware, Dnu / 'g, ■,
and Uansral Mures J
W. CAUL HOLLOWAY, Perryman
JOHN H. SMITH. C'antiiiH Hun.
EDWIN 11. W. HARLAN. Solicitor.
Hugh J McNutt et 0x.,) In the Circuit Court foi
vs. Harford County.
S. (lover McNutt. ln Equity
Ordered, this 2nd day of June. 1910, that thi
sales made and reported in the above entitle!
cause by Edwin II W. Harlan, trustec.be flnallj
confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereo
Ih* shown on or before the Ist day of July. 1918
provided a copy of this order be inserted ii
some newspaper published In Harford count]
once in each of three iß' successive weeks be
fore the Ist day of July. 1915
The report states the amount of sales to b
JOHN A. ROBINSON. Clerk
JOHN A. ROBINSON. Clerk
Allen’** Foof*Kaae for the Troops,
Many war hospitals have ordered Alien’:
Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder to shake mb
the shoes and use In the foot-bath, for usi
among the troops, because it gives rest ant
comfort to hot. tired, aching, swollen tendei
feet and makes walking easy. At druggist;
READ THE AIGIS
At The Old Fair Grounds, Bel Air,
TIKSI )AY, JULY I
3 HARNESS RACES, (Best 3 heats out of 5)
: >l l (iiii- (iam, Vi.SO Claw*, himl l ri-r loi-AH
THOROUGH BRED RUNNING RACE (half mile)
FARMERS’ RUNNING RACE
ADMISSION 25 CTS.
I ni informal ion concern Dig i*nlri*H phone
H. E. GORRELL, Bel Air, Md.
11. A. WIIIIAKKU. Attorney.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENTS ,
Dy \ i l lit*- ul Du provisions of thi‘ Rltdlon * u
, av* * •> Maryland outlri- IS 111 ri‘l>V uivonof tb
■i i •iiiitnu tiis by tin Hoard ot Judin s and i j
l i kn of l l< rlion m Hat lord County, w ho will
>erve in tin ir ill li n is mid prcciuda and repre
-•■nl tin- different political parlies s.-l opposite ,
heir respective names for the year IHI8: _
[)il I’recinct Name. Party • |
First Aliiiipdon < A Meti.iu |>. ;
'Ko .erl .1 (illhert l< sit
I dear K. I inhlon D Ci
II D Day H. lei
" M annul ta 'John I Oakley D ;
‘DeoryeW I itrlifield W | ,
t O. I.il/inuer l>. 1
Harry t Met ominous M jj
Second Aberdeen Howard Osborne D
M. A I'orter It i
I laud* 1.. Wiirdon It. j
W .1 Donnell It. . V '
Hopewell 'I. \\ Dolls It ' ‘
• I .1 llrln. k II j.
It. M. Stevenson D ! ..
H V Marlin K i y
Perryman *S Sullon It I
I M Ia y 1 r It ; V
It c Cronin D .
U | Taylor It ' ,
Third Del Air *\V • horsy the |) i
•Howard S O'Neill H. 1 '
Hall Munnikhuyi.cn D ! , '
I barbsO lie M ' ,
( liurclivill ■ *D. .1 Slew art It ..
‘Oeoli'e li Cook It (i
II D Coale. Jr. D [ u
J I- McCommons *' ! v
Fallslon M A Itiley l.
'Charles Hanley It. j
A. U alii r I olyun H .
limrue lte>Holds. Jr It. .
Harkins 'John \V I’llerson D .
William II Mn hai l It | 1
John I Kelly I>. '
Merrill Oration It
lop I Hill 'ilinrbsl Jeffery D.
‘Kniory I . Johnson It a
Maurice S Kronkbarl It P
I rank H West li "
Fourth .lan* llsville ’ Abel |l Chidden . D 1
M arroll I'eiinini'lon l<. I 1
.1 M Itnl edue D I
M Mi rrymaii It 1
I ’pin i X lids . M Hess D.
•J D Oar ison It
James D Onion D I
I I li. mu it W
Norrlsville ’ll. A Jackson It
'.loliii J Itunean It
\N I li(ils It a 11 D
It I rank Lowe It
Fiflh Dublin 'I red S. arhoroiiph D. I
•John M Hull W ,
iieorre K niyhl I *
H Smilli It j t
Mi arils ‘Howard I’ruclor D |
•Joel Hurry It. j
I liomas (iladden I> |
W l ll l am !■ lay lor it. |
Sixth 11 * H.nredili .’ s i nil Dininmi D ,
John S. I ill riles It (
AI bn I II Wood D
( linlon N Jones It j
• J|’ Hai re deO . J. A Mclllheiiy D
J T Touchlon It.
I I Hauer D.
S horsy I lie It i
iil. .. .m in (he apiMMidlllPUt ol an\ of me
abi\. naim d must In- nbal in w riting w ith inis
II • rd not lal- i than Mond, >. July 171 li. 19111.
Tim ’ II liked ' 111 sert ea- Jlldycs.
\VH I lAM I- MM IT. I'resident
JOHN I SI LI.IVAN.
KLL.sWOIt 111 I LtiWK,
Super visors ol I h i Hum "t ilm ford Co
DAMI I I CALLAHAN Clerk
AN A( T to nulhorizi* the Commission
ers of Aberdeen to issue bonds to pay
lor improvements hereafter to
iiiHtle iii the town of Aberdeen, Mary I
land, at the direction of said Commis
sioners of ALerdeen with a referen
dum to the volvrs of stud Ictwn, at
SF.CMnN I lie il euacli d by the (lenernl
Ass. Til.lv of Maryland, That Hu-Commissioners
> I Alm id< i n. ‘a and tin y are In n-by authorized.
| in their discretion, tin- assent o' a majority ol
tie- I. uni \ tilers id said low n, volinu al any el c
llon held as In rim.ilii i provided, haviiu; been
| lust had and obtained, to borrow money upon
Co- laitli and credit of Hie town, and to issue
bonds lip ielm. not to exceed in amount hive
i ‘onsat:d Dollars IMNNi . said bonds to he ex
empt from louiily and niunteiiial taxation.
hi-.c. j. And la ii furthei enacted. Thai be
(ore tin said i mm. e i uiers of Ahirdet n. mav
I i sin- any bonds as herein provided, the said
i ‘ oinmissiom i s shall pa •an ordinance settinu
, '•mil tin i'lirp se lot which said bonds are to
h issued. Ho amount thereof, their denomina
• mn, Ho rati of interest they are to hear, and
- '<i . tun. and maniiei in which Hoy are to he
.Si v . :i And be it further enacted. That such
ordinate e c l> 11 cd to in tin- precedmu Sections,
■ ball be sul<millcd to the lee a I voters ot said
tow n for the purpose ol ascertaining, w hether
ii.e majority >u thus* voliny -hall uive their as
m ol thereto, and Ho said i ommissiom rs shall
uive notice of a special election to lie
held lor that purpose bv publication in the
Attei diin Lnti r(irise or some other patter pub
lisln d in -aid town, and it there lie no uewsi a
pi r published in said town, then in some news
i pain r piil'ii- lo dinll.*i • i i d t ounlv. lor it least
tw- nty days belore said . lection, shall appoint
i the judp.-s of s.inl i li. 1 . n and si, .11 ei.ie a
copy ol tie ordinance to In- posted at tin- oollinn
place, and I oilier plan s in said low li
M.v 4. And be it luilbvl fii.ii Ua, I bat the j
said ordinance shall be passed upon by the
• register. • and ituahlied volets of said town in
the lonn and mamu r pi. -ci bed in tin Charter
of sanl town ,■! Ain rd. n in S- . lion i I
Sms 5, And lie tt further enacted. It* author
. Itv conveyed by Ilm Act author)/mu the com
! missioiurs of AhtTdeeii to borrow hn Itnni
• and Dollars Ci.tHHi in the manner set forth m the
, lour pn sections, is unmted in excess of
) the lUtlhorily now Mill n said commissioners,
and tin money obtained front the issuance ol
said bonds -h ill In in d for improvements to
the w alks vv alt i. streets, lluhts and health of Ho
said Town of Aberdeen
Si v . And l it further enacted, and it is
hereby declared. That this Law is an Kmerueticy
I iw. and m et ssary for the tminediatc presets a
lion of the Public Health and Fab t
Siiv ti And be it further enact d. That this
Act shall lake effi ct Irom the dale of it- passage
EMKKSON C. IIAKKINCiTON,
rnii,n* i>. i.aiki),
Speaker f the House of Hele^atea.
PETER J CAMPBELL,
PreHiilent of the Senate.
1 Hereby Certify, That the
is a true copy of an Act of the General
I Assembly "f Maryland, passed al the
January Session, 11*1**
ALBERT J. A I.MONEY,
Chief Clerk of the House.
I CASTOR IA
Tor Infant* and Children.
The Kind You Hits Always Bought
.'/ \ Z/or
| my wife '
NO OTHER LIKE IT.
. Qr>y NO OTHER AS GOOD.
| Purchase the ** NEW HOME" and v-mi will have
a life asset at the price you pay. The elimination of
I repair expense hv superior workmanship and hesl
) quality of material insures Lir-lona service at mini-,
mum cost. Insist on having the ‘ NEW HOME".
! WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME, j
, Known the world over for superi'W sewinc qualitiea. ,
Not sold under any other name € j
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO.,GRANGE,MAiS.
In pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court
ir ilarlord County. in E'linly, tin subscribers
i Trustees, Mill offer at I’uhlir Auction at the
ourt House door, in lid Air.
)n Monday, July 3rd, 1916
At it o'clock, A. M.. all that
fract or Parcel of Land
iluale in the First Election District of Harford
oiinly on the Easterly side of the public road
■admit from Calvary to Creswell, conlaininp
79! ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
hemp a portion of the lands of which William
Cullum. lute of Harford County, died seized,
einu the same lands which were conveyed to
lie said William ‘I Cullum hv three deeds, viz,
si. from Henry D Farnandis. trustee, el al
at- d lieceinlo r ztsl, iHWiI. and recorded ainonpsl
in I,and R cords of Harford county in Liber
t s. 1.. No 79. folio :70; 2nd, from Richard
Wl.stcr and wife dated May l*fth. Ih*h. and
. corded as afoiesaid in Ether W S K.. No. 102,
ol o 123; :ird, from Alfred W. Ktmhle dated
larch 271 h, INW and recordi‘d a-- aforesaid in
iher A I .1 .No us, folio 17. Except so much
it the above up nttoned tracts ns have been con
. yed by the said U illiam T Cullum and wife j
•y two deeds, one to Margaret M. Gordon dated '
fecemher 21st, IM9J. and recorded as aforesaid
n I ilier W s, F . No, 79. folio 361, and one to
ieorue Cullum and wife dated November 20th,
MU). and n eorded as aforesaid in Ether J. A. R.
So. I:(2. folio 20:1. |
The above land will he su'd in two parcels:
I A lot of ahoiil one-fifth of an acre adjoin*
tip the lands of G'-orpi Cullum and wife.
2. All the halanci. of w hich about 65 acre*
s pood arable land, the n si in fine timber.
TERMS OK SALE.
The terms of sale prescribed by the decret
al- One Hurl of the purchase money to lie
lend In cash on da\ of sal* , one third In six
months and the balance m twelve months, or all
i ish at the option ol the purchaser, the credit
payments to hear interest and to he secured to
No satisfaction of the trustees
W HEATTV IIAREAN.
-I EDWIN WEHSTKR.
I. I Mitchell. Auelioneer
Hy virtue of the power and authority contain
• d in a niortpa • from Caroline Connell to
•lames E St-m, dated the Mh day of Mareh. in
the year IMM and n coriled amongst the Eand
Records ot Harford County, m Eiher W S. F..
No 111. folio tut and duly a-signed to Jacob A
Doxenon the JOth day of December, I9H. de
laiilt havini; occurred therein the undirsipned
will sell at I'uhltc Sale al the Court House door
in I<• I Mr,
On Monday, June 2(i, 1916
Al 12 o'clock M , all that certain
Tract or Parcel of Land
s Inale on the east side of the public road lead
in’ from Price's Corner to M iy iiolia, and imme
diately south of the It A D. R. R , in the First
Election District of Harford County, containinp
4 ACRES, MORE TR LESS,
he*up the same and all the land fully and parti
cularly described in a deed from Rlehurd Nally
md wI ft to Frederick \V Unland and Mary I n
land, his w it.-, dull d the tilth day of November.
pi the >• sr iNtifi, and recorded .imonpsl the l and
Re-cords nf Harford County, in Ether W. II D ,
No. Ml, folio tin. and hemp the same and all the
I md devised and bequeathed to the said Caro
line Como li by the lust will and testament of
said Frederiek W I nland, dated (he Ist day id
Deeeinbc i, in 11 - year 19113. and duly recorded
amonpsi tin W ill Records of Harford County, in
I liter IE I H . No 111. folio 26.
, Tins properly is Improved
jiiLU by a 1.0(1 HOI SK and Stable
..Will iu fair repair, and has on it
-TjLj o ' * a s nall Orchard
This property is well local
cd. heinu convenient to schools, stores and
TERMS OF SALK.
One third of the purchase money to he paid
in ensh on day of sale, one-third thereof in si*
months and the balance in Iwi Ive months from
the day of sale, the credit payments to bear in
b rest from the dav • I sale and to be secured to
the satisfaction of the assipnee of said morl
i! ’pc, or all cash al the op ion of the purchaser
.IACOH A |)O\EN.
Assipnee o| said uiorlpape.
I. W. Thompson. Auctioneer.
In the Matter of the I
lax Sal* s of the Pur
.•els of land situate and
ly top in Ilarlord Coun
ty and assessed re
spectively to Frank
Frizzcr. David A Rais
ten, dec rpe it Christy
Rohcil Holly I barb s
R Wills, w Emory In the Circuit Court
Michael, Harr\ Mead.
Joseph i McDaniel. for
Mat can I I bo mi sop.
Getado (lotto. Richard Harford County.
I imp I outs A Mei plei
by William J Shana
ban, I ra usurer of liar
ford County, for Stale
and Count v I axes dm
and in arrears, tot tin
year lib.'., and loi tin
interest, costs and coni
mission m. urred rc
spcitively thereon. 1
Drib r> d this nth day of Mav. in the year 11)1(1.
hy (he Circuit Court for Harford County that
the above sales made by William J Shanahan.
Ireasurer of Harford County, on the llilhdiiy of
April, in the year 1918, ot the parcels of land as
sessed as afon satd for taxes m arrears for the
year 1915. hIHi int* rest, costs, fees, commission,
vc . be finally ratified and confirmed, unless
pood cause to the contrary thereof he shown hy
any iiersoii interested in aid parcels on or be
for. tin 24th day of June, IHpt, prov ided notice
thereof be pivi n to all persons interested therein
by the insertion of copies f this order in two
newspapei s published in Harford County for
-n successive weeks before the 23rd day of
WM H IIAREAN
True Copy. Test
JOHN A. ROHINSON, Clerk
When You Need
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OF NEW YORK
The largest Company in the
World wi h Capital and Sur
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WHITES HONKS OP
and all other BONDS requir
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Official & Miscellaneous Bonds
1 For further Information apply to
JOHN D. WORTHINGTON. Ajent.
BBL AIK. MU
Carver C& Price
Early preparations are reflected in OUK SI’MMKB SNOWING
of Good Merchandise. No store any when* is more complete in its show
ing of the NEATEST and BEST LINES.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
i brimming over with New Summer Creations. KLA IN and KM BKOID
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NKH AND ATIKACTIVK LINK OK KM It ItoIOK HI US AMI LACKS
Nobby Sty tea in STRAW HATS. UNDERWEAR, NEGLIGEE
SHIRTS. Full line of DRESS AND KHAKI KANTS, NECKWEAR, &e.
OXFORD TIES AND PUMPS FOB EVERYBODY
HOUSE CLEANING DEPARTMENT
New Matting*, New Druggets, New Bugs, New Linoleums.
THE DEPENDABLE STORE
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IAIH SA I .!■:
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Place, Two Bedrooms, Large Bath Boom, equipped, including
Shower Bath; Large Kitchen, Pantry, Well House, Well and
Storage Tank, Pump ojierated by Gasoline Engine, Asphalt
Tennis Court, TWO AND ONETHIBD AC BBS OF LAND
fronting on river. Will sell Furnished or Unfurnished.
Address; A. M. D.. 229 Guilfo.d Ave ,
J Baltimore. Maryland.
The Harford Jersey Club
solicits the membership of all in Harford County
and vicinity who are interested in the Jersey Cow.
The activity of Messrs. MUNN and \ 7 an PELT,
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.
Meats, Groceries, ice
OUR OWN SMOKED HAMS AND BACON
CHIPPED BEEF, SLICED BACON
COOKED HAM AND BOLOGNA
(Sliced while you wait)
Hershey's Bread and Rolls Received Fresh Daily
WE BIY FAT CATTLE. LAMBS. CALVES. HOBS, 4c
■ AGENT FOR
PULLMAN MOTOR CARS
DEFIANCE TIRES AND TUBES
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Now don’t get excited. We are not going to
talk about the militant sulTragelte nor the on#*
that already votes or attempt* to wear the
It is the plain, everyday, home-loving, mother
ly woman that we want to talk about. She need*
and often ha* a hank account of her own. If *he
hasn’t, no matter how small, she whouhi have one.
Why should the wife have to run to the “hubli> *’
for every nickle she deserves? Husband, it will
make her happy to have a little hank account of
her own. It will teach her independence and she
will guard it a* carefully as you do. Try it and
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