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Rennert Hotel
Located la the heart of Baltimore.
Car. Ukrty ui Saratoga Sto.
Oden its patrons
every facility of a first class
Hotel.
■ami Rnl Clan. Sericettolht
On Dm bfffui nu EiMn!),
FfiOMfiTLY RBLltve.o
THE ENGLISH REMEOr|^nMill
BUI^SP^^O
THE
Forest Hill State Bank
FOREST HILL, HD.
i Bask Accaaat Bare Uiii to a Seal
is Prosperity’! Ceraer.
A dollar banked la often tha beginning of
a fortune, ao why not atart aa ac
count today? Our Saving!
Bank will halp yon.
Wo welcome email account! and think
you will And ua aa liberal aa eoo
aervative banking permit!.
Our Hr. Pyle paaaea through Jarratte
villa. Madonna, Taylor, Croaa Roada,
Scarff aection Tueaoay of .each week.
Start an account with him next weak.
WILLIAM ROE, President
DR. CIIAS. S. WARNER, Vlee-Pra.
LESTER W. TUCKER, Caabiar.
J ROVBTON BTIKLER JOHN B. FEKBY.
Stiflcr & Pccry
BEL AIR, MD.
I’ll ON B 6 84 and 101-11
Real Estate and Loans
If you want to aoll your FARM or HOME call
and give u> a description and let us show you
bow aoon we will aell it. If you want to per
obase a Town or Country Property call to soe i
ua. We have both for aale.
i ib ih iMiibiMiub SilshL
; Say It S
i By Wire :
J - *
• DON'T HEBITATE .
to pink up your phone and call
ua. Give us your order and we
4 will be only too glad to deliver *
what you want at lost the time ”
• you *y. All of toe many de- ►
paiti'icnts in our dreg sieve
abound with aeasonableoßOilnta
which are at your dtapoaal and
4 to which you have ready aoeeaa
, due to our immediate delivery in ‘
e response to your telephone re-
' quest.
- - - r
j Boyd & Fulford \
• KilH-rlcnord Druggist!
MU H I TO CREDITORS.
This la to give notice that the sebemihir has
obtained from the Orphans' Court of Harford
County, Md. letters of administration on the
•atate o
ARAH Q ROUSBBY.
late of Harford County, deceased. All persona
having olalma against said daeeaaed are hereby
notified to exhibit the same, with the legal
vouchers thereof
Ob or Before the 984 da j of March,l9l7
a they may otherwise by law be excluded from
benefits of said estate. AH persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immediate
*Mlven under my hand and seal this ttnd day
of September, till.
CARROLL F. ROUBBKY,
Administrator.
Clear Hkln Conies From Within.
It la foolish to think you can gain a good clear
complexion by the use of face powder. Oet at
the root of the trouble and thoroughly cleanse
the system with a treatment of Dr. King 1 ! New
Life nils. Gentle end mild In action, do not
gripe, yet they relieve the liver by their adOon
on the bowels (food for young, adults And
ag id. Oo after a clear complexion to day. Ibo
at vour druggist.
ESTABLISHED 1(76. NTH PHONES
DANIEL RIDER
IMI Grtiaawaal Am., Balia., M<
Commission Merchant
FO THE ..LI OF
WHEAT, COEN. OATS. HAY. STRAW, U
—oauaia foi—
Mill Peed. Gluten Feed, Cotton
Seed Meal and Oil Cakf Meal
will receive prompt attention
LjAWSON COOLEY "
Justice of the Peace
Collection! given Prompt Attention
Asia Bldg BEL AIR. MD.
••HOUGH ON HATS” ends KaU Mice.
Hogs. Die outdoors. Unbeatable Exterminator
Used World Over, by U. 8. Government too.
Economy aise 36c or Ibo. Drug and Country
Stores. Refuse substitutes. FREE Comic
Picture R.-E. 8. Wells. Jersey City. H. J.
Wm Ml A *** e*K KMUKMaKMIKtfj||
Henry S. Herman |
LIKES. BERWANGER ACO I
Clothiers and Gents Furnlahlagi B
Baltlwera glnrylONNd 0
mmmmmmmm ■■
C. C. RICHARDSON & BRO.
Auctioneers,
Real Estate end Personal Property Sold
Paper appro I And clerk furnished when De
sired. fetUfsut ion Guaranteed. RFI-AIUMD.
ISAACW" THOMPSON,
Auctioneer,
For the Bale of Real 4 Personal Property
Tama 1% BEL AIR, HO
■^Sati.faction Guaranteed.
~jTr. AYRES
Painter & Paper Hanger
BEL AIR. MD.
realtor* aaallr R.pilrM aa! Uphabma
Ballra.M IwaUbMl Am. Phoa, an.
N. DEAN & SON,
KKGtiL IIKECTHS INI EUAUEtS
Funerals attended to tn any
part of the county or city.
IcrvitM Up-to-Pata and Price Rtai— tbla
A Aay.
V< art st ysw S*rke lay sr digit
......THK
savinos Bank
OK HAKTOHI) CO.
BEL AIR. - MARYLAND.
CAPITAL STOCK SIO,OOO
KAKNKD aCKPLCH.SU.SUO
IKTBIEST ON SAYINCS lENSiTS
DEPOSITS RBCKIVKO
SUBJECT TO CHBCI
DIREOTORB
DENIS J. SHANAHAN
JOHN B. WYfIONO \
EDWARD H. HALL
R. LEE MAONESS
CHARLES A. McOAW
JAMBS T. NORRIS
WILLIAM J. SHANAHAN
W. WORTHINGTON HOPKINS
WALTER W. PRESTON
WAIIB W. PIUTON. PtmUmL
mans i nmuais m _ ■ ... _
Mim $. vw nw^M)
JOVM L SUMMON. Cert*.
Coughs
Kill If You Let Them.
Imlaad kill your Cough wHh DR. KINO’S
SCW DISCOVERY. H hoalo IrrKaM
Thraal and Lung.. Theuseed. In ltd
40 yaara honofflad by
Dr. King’s
New Discovery
Mmmt Saak If It PaSa
AS Dtugghtn BOa. mm 4 VM
Notice to Taxpayers.
Taxes are dne aa >o*r> aa levied- State taxes
beer Interest from September 1.1916, and County
Texet from September 1. til*.
On Febrnery 1.1*17. the treasurer will make
up e list of tee delinquent taxpayers with the
respective amounts for which they are In arrear,
taxes art not then pnld he will make a, farther
Hat of delinquents assessed with real aetate.
with a brief description of their property, the
amount of taxes, interests and coats, and will ad
vertise Im setae lot three weeks prior to the
first Mondayln AprlLlllT. and will offer said
real estate for cash the following Monday at the
Court House door la Bel Air. elf* o'clock A. M.
property summarily taken and sold after ten
dava notice.
Discounts on County Taxes; If paid on or be
fore July tat IH Per oeal.! August Ist, 1 per
cent ; September tel, k per cent.
Payments to bo made at the Treasurer's Office.
W“No part payments received.
W. J. SHANAHAN,
Treasurer of Harford County.
Good Decoration
AT MODERATE PRIORS
Clarence E Street, p*wnr
FOHKBT HILL, MD.
Telephone—Bel Air 919-F92.
WALL PAPER
MOULDINGS. DECORATIVE NOVELTIES.
LINCRUBTA, LITHOGRAPH FRIEZES.
BURLAP. SANITAB. PLASTER AND COM
-BcSwc°paintinos KNTB, DECORATIVE
FOR SALE
3 Valuable Properties
In Tha Builnaat Centra of Bal Air.
Stork on Main Street
now occupied by Mr. Harryman. The lot fronts
10 feet on Main St, and extends 104 ft, to al3
foot alloy, and la Improved with a good ahd
well-lighted one-story STORE and SHOW ROOM
Lame Lot on Church St,
frontlnglM ft. on Church St. with a depth of
147 ft This lot corners only 110 ft from Main
St, and la bounded on one elide by alt foot alley
reserved for abutting lot holders. It la one of
a very lew large lots in the Business Centre of
Bel Air. and now has on It a substantial STONE
SHOP with plate Roof.
Double Dwelling on Church
Street,
aft from the comer of Main St The lot also
bounds on the It toot alley.
OWTbeae properties are nil offered In tee at
private sate.
W. BEATTY HARLAN.
'Ptaona. Churchville.
NOTICE TO URRDITOBN.
This la to gtva notice that tha anbeorlbar has
obtained from the Orphans' Court of Harford
County. Md.. letters of administration on the
estate of
ROBERT R. BOULDIN. *
late of Harford County, deceased. All persons
having olalma against said deceased are hereby
notified to exhibit the same, with the legal
vouehen thereof.
Ob tr before the 10th day of Jan., 1917
or they may otharwlse by law be excluded from
all benefits of said estate. All persona Indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immediate
payment
Given under my hand and seal this 10th day
of July. 1919.
RICHARD
Prevent Hog Cholera.
Tha B. A. Thome. Hog Powder
has a record of 96% euro, of Hog
Cholera. If you fowl your hog. a.
directed, you erad never fear hog
cholera dot *y other hog diiaaM. And
tho direction, are Vary aimple, just
about what you are doing,plu. a few
canta worth N'k A. Thome. Hog
Powdor In tha {ad twice a weak.
Usually, though, 'Cholera get. in
before we know It. Tbon it require,
close attantion to aanh hog—each hog
must bo doaad—and If you will dose
thorn aa directed, you will save better
than 90 par cant. If you don’t, tha B.
A. Thomas medicine coat, you nothing.
Wo—not some di.tant manufacturer
pay your money bask.
WmTIPtPPER CONSTABLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
TOO-TOe Maryland Trait BnlldinE
Baltimore, Md.
■' I'ABB* ■
Klkton, Maryland.
IN BUTTON ON TVBBDAYB.
J. ROYSTON STIFLER
Attorney at Law
BEL AIR, HD.
‘ investment., Collections.
Office adjoining Gata Bros. Drug
Jewelry Store.
TUIILTON J. DANCE
m Licensed Auctioneer
Prompt altsatton |lm to oh bus 1a... ...
InuM to hb nn.
Glow Arm. Baltimore County, Md.
Phone-fork 28-0.
Will My Child Take Dr. King’s Nrw
Discovery?
Th kMI wnr b Dr. Kbit Nr. Db.or.nr
?s^wr M >r ,or K.SK%-rb^
MgMllts bal H..U, h.G.I mry bonl.
bnanalMd. II roa don’t ra uUibcllMi yoo
JfLWSSJLK
LAMMHOUSE
Warren sc, Rear Pa.tß. R. Ration.
HAVRE OB GRACE. MO.
Cuisine Unsurpassed.
Hot-Water Heat.
PROCLAMATION
PBOPONICD AMKNDIIKNT TO THK
CONUTITUTION OK MAR’i LAND
CHEATING A BULKIKT HVbTKM
WHKKBAB. at the January 8c . on nl
Ch. Genera Assembly of Muryl.ml, t.rld
R the year 11, an Act ... pnwied, to
wit: Chapter It* of ..Id Act, bchm an Act
to propose an Hin.ntlmcnt to Section U
* Article 111. title, ’'Laal.lnllv. Ucp.rt-
M .nt, of tb. Constitution of Ihb Bute;
end which said Act la In wards and 0.
iim following:
“CHAPTER 169.
AH ACT to propoae an amendment to
Section 62 of Arll ie 111, t*'. !>♦* •!•-
Uv Department, of the Constitution of
tbte State, regulating the making of ap
propriation* by the (Jcneral Axaeißhly
of Maryland in regular xtHxlon. and to
provide for the eubinlii. io i of nld
amendment to the qua>ihd voter* ot
tiiiH Btato for adoption or rejection.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen
eral A**ernbly of Maryland (three-lLthi
of all the member* o£ eatii of tne two
house* concurring), That the following
bn and the *ame 1* heieby proposed a*
an nmendroenl to Bet-lion 62 of Article
lIL title. Legislative Department, of the
Constitution of thl* Slate, the same, If
adopted by the legally quqllrtod voter*
Of the State, a* herein provided, to be
come Section 62 of Article HI of t|e
Constitution of Maryland.
Beo. 62. The General Aasenihly shall not
appropriate any money out of the Treas
ury except in at.cui dance with the fol
lowing povlsiuns:
Bub-Section A:
Every appropriation bill *hall be either
a Budget Bill, or a Supplementary Appro
priation lllil, aa hereinafter mentioned.
Bub-Bectlon B:
Finn. Within twenty days after the
convening of the General A*-mlny (•*”
oopt in the case of a newly elected Gov
ernor, and then within thirty day* after
hte Inauguration), unless such urn .- ►’nan
bo extended by the General Assembly
for the session at which the Budget Is
to bo submitted, the Governor snah sub
mit to tho General Assembly two budget*,
on* for each of the ensuing Itecai years.
Each budget shall contain a complete
plan of proposed expenditurs* and esti
mated revenues for the partlcluar fiscal
year to which it relates; and shall show
the estimated surplus x>r deficit of revo
aues at the end of such year. Accom
panying each budget ahull be a state
ment showing: (I) the revenue* and ex
penditures for each of the two llsoal
years next preceding; (2) the current
aOMte, liabilities, reserve* and surplus or
deficit of the Btalo, (3) the debt* and
funds of the State; (4) an estimate of the
§ tale's financial condition as of tho be
ginning and end of each of the Asoal
years covered by the two budgets above
provided. (6> any explanation the Gover
nor may desire to make a* to lb# Im
portant features of any budget and any
ouggesllon us to method* for the reduc
tion or increase of the State's revenue,
Beoeud. Each budget shall be divided
lot# two parts, and the first part shall
Be designated "Governmental Appropria
tions" and shall embrace an Itemised
OBilroate of the appropriations: (1) t or
IBe General Assembly as certified to the
•evernor In the manner hereinafter pro
vided! iD for the Executive Department;
(I) for the Judiciary Department, as pro
vided by law. certified to the Governor
by the Comptioiler; (4) to pay and dis
charge tlie principal and Interest of the
debt of the State of Maryland In confor
mity with Section 34 of Article 111 of the
Constitution, and ail laws enacted in
pursuance thereof; (6) for the Halarlee
payable by the State under the Constitu
tion and law* of the State; (•) for tha es
tablishment and maintenance throughout
the State of a thorough and efflcl.nt sys
tem of public schools In conformity with
Article VIII o." the Conntltution and with
the laws of the Slate; (7) for such othei
purposes as aru set forth in the Consti
tution of ths State.
Third: The second part shall be desig
nated 'General Appropriations." and
shall Include all other estimates of ap
preprint ions.
The Governor shall deliver to the pre
siding officer of each house the b duet*
and a bill for all the proposed appiepila
tions of the budgets clearly Itemized and
classified: and ths presiding officer oi
each house Hhall promptly cause said
bill to be introduced therein, and such
bill shall be known as Hi* "Budget Bill.*
Ths Governor may, before final action
thereon by tlie General Assembly, amend
or supplement either of said budgets to
correct an oveislgnt or in case of an
emergency, with tlie consent of the Gen
eral Assembly by delivering such an
amendment or supplement to tho pre
siding officers of both houses; and s.icti
amendment or supplement shall
become a part of said budget bl’l as at
addition to the Items of said bill or a
a modification of or a substitute for an
Item of said bill such amendment or sup
piement may affect.
The General Assembly shell not amen
the budget bill so as to affect either tn<
obligations of the Statu under Sccllo
14 of Article 111 of the Constitution, o
the provisions made by th laws of th
State for the ostabllehment and mat
tenanos of a eystom of public schools, o
tho payment of any aaiuiles roq died t
be paid by the State of Maryland by Ihi
Conetltution thereof; and the U nerui
Assembly may amend the bill by Increas
ing or diminishing the Items therein re
lating to the General Assembly, and b>
Increasing the items therein relating t
the Judiciary, but except, as herelnbefori
specified, may not alter the said hi 1 ex
cept to strike out or reduce Items therein,
provided, however, that the salary oi
compensation of any publ'c otfircr shall
not be decreased during Ids term of of
fioe; and such bill when and ns passed
by both houses shall be a law immedi
etely without further action by ths Gov
ernor.
Fourth. The Governor and such repre
sentatives of the executive departments,
boards. oMoero and commissions of the
State expending or supplying for Slate's
money, as have been designated by Ih
Governor for this purpose, shall hav.
th* right, and w hen request* d by elthsi
house of the Legislature, It shall be their
duty to appear and he heard with re
sped to any budget bill during the con
slderatlon thereof, and to anawpor In
quiries relative thereto.
Bub-Bectlon C: Supplementary Appropri
ation Bllle:
Neither house shall consider other ap
propriations until the Budget Bill has
been finally acted upon by both house*
and no such other appropriation shall, ho
valid except In accordance with the pro
visions following; fl) Every such appro
priation shall be embodied In e separate
bill limited to some single werk. object
•r purpose therein stated end celled
herein a Supplementary Appropriation
Bill; (a) Each Supplementary Appropria
tion Bill shall provide the revenue necce*
•ary to pay the appropriation thereto
made by a tax. direct or Indirect, to b
laid and collected as shall be directed
bi said Bill: (R> No Supplementary Ap
propriation Bill ahall become a law u£
Use It be pasted lu each house by a rot#
•f x majority of the whole number ol
Ute members elected; end the yea* and
aar* recorded on its linel passage; Hi
■aob Bupplcmentary Appropriation Bill
•hall be presented to the Governor of till
•tats as provided tn Section 17 of Arilcte
U of the Constitution and thereafter ail
the provisions of said Section shall ap
ply.
Nothing In thle amendment shall Km
construed as preventing the Legislature
from passing at any tlmu In aerbrdanct
With the pruvlMions of Suction 28 of Ai ti
tle 111 of tho Constitution ami subject t
the Governor s power of approval os pro
vided in 8 tlon 17 of Article 11 of the
Constitution us appropriation bill to pro*
Vide for the pax mi nt of any obligation
9t the Slate of Mat > land within the pro
tection of Section It) of Article 1 of tbs
Constitution of the United States.
Bub-Section D: General Provisions:
First, If the Budget Bill shall not
bavs been finally acted upon by the
Legislature three days before the expira
tion of Its regular session, the Governor
may. and It shall be hie duly to issue a
proclamation extending the session Cor
such further period as may. in hte Judg
ment. be necessary for the passage ol
•uoh Bill; but no other matter than
ouch Bill shall be considered during euob
extended session except a provision for
tb* cost thereof.
Second. Tbs Governor for the purpose
of making up hte budgets shall have the
power, and It ahall be Uls duty, to require
bom the proper State OBteAate. Including
heroin all executive departments, all
axeoutlve and administrative offices, bu
reaus. boards, commissions and agencies
expending or supervising th* expenditure
of. and all Institutions applying for State
moneys and appropriations, such Itemised
estimates and other information, in such
form and at such times as he shall direct.
The estimates for the Legislative Depart*
menu certified by th* presiding otOcer
of each bouse, of the Judiciary, as pro
vided by law, cert Hied by tb* Comp
troller. and for the public schools, aa pro*
vfiled by law. aliall be transmitted to
the Governor. In such form end at suoh
times as be shall direct, and shall be In
cluded in the budget without revision.
The Governor may provide for public
bearings on all estimates and may re
quire the attendance at such bearings of
representatives of all agencies, and
of all institutions applying for State
moneys. After such public hearings he
may. la bis discretion, revise all WU
mates except those tor the legislative
and Judiciary departments, and tor tho
• wui* mtmM m meant asu.__
-■V ... - . ' *
ITIUnL Tha Legislature u.<y. fiom tln.<
to lire-.*, Mm t B'ich lows, nut In on*L4-
ont with thl. Section, an may b n
3 ’ *ary and proper to curry out lw pr.-
j visions.
Fourth. In the event of any Incon
•latency between any of the p. ©vision
of this Section and any of the otht-i
provisions of (he Constitution, the pro
visions of this Section shall prevail. Bui
nothing herein shall in any manner af
foct tho provisions of Section 3M of Ar
tide 111 of the Constitution or of an.
laws heretofore or hereafter passod In
pursuance thereof, or be constru**! a
preventing the Governor from calling i
-* traordlnary sessions of the Legislature,
as provided by Section M of Article 11,
or as preventing the Legislature at s’jch
extraordinary sessions from considering
any emergency appropriation *r appro
prlatlona.
If any Item of any appropriation bill
passed under the provisions of this Sec
tion shall be held Invalid upon any
ground. such Invalidity shall not affect
ttaa legality of the Bill or of any other
Itsm of such BUI or Bills.
Section I. And be It enacted by the
authority aforesaid. That the said fore
going section hereby proposed as an
amendment to the Constitution shall at
tbs nsxt ensuing general election, being
the Presidential and Congressional elec
tion. to he held on the Tuesday next
after the first Monday of November,
nineteen hundred and sixteen, be submit
ted to the legal and qualified voters Of
the Stale fur their adoption or rejection
In conformity with the directions con
tained In article XIV of the Constitution
of this Slate, and at said election the
vote on said proposed amendment to the
Constitution shall be by ballot, and upon
each ballot there shall bo placed the fol
lowing synopsis of said amendment undea
the caption of
•CONSTITUTIONAL AMBNDMKNT
PROVIDING FOR A BUDGET.'
“This amendment provide* that the Gov
emor shall present to the Legislature
soon after It Is convened a Budget giv
ing a complete plan of proposed expen
ditures and estimated revenues fur the
two succeeding fiscal years showing
clearly any surplus or deficit In State
funds. In tlieao estimates he shall make
provision for ths Interest and sinking
funds of all Stats debts, for all salaries
as fixed by law. With regard to most
other matters he may revise the esti
mate* prcsent-d to him either by State
Officer* or Suic-uiduJ Institutions. Tin
Legislature may not Increase the etl
mates presented by the Governor or pa*
any additional aj ;rprlatlon act excep
by a'majoilty vot< ami must mak pro
vision by tax for such Increase or ad
dltlonal appropriation, ffla- Legislator*
may not alter In mu appropi I .lion ac
the provision made by law for I lie Btuti
debt, or for tl.c Judiciary, hut may re
duee all other Items In the Governor's
estimates:’ arl the words ‘for the Con
stitutional Amendment’ ui.d against the
Constitutlonnl Amendment’ us now pro
vided l*y law. and Immediately after sa ti
election due returns shuh In* made U
the Governor of me vote for and against
the proposed amendment, and fur.h i
proceedings hud In accordance with Ar
tide XIV of the Constitution.
Approved March Jtt. PH."
Now, therefore. I, Emerson C. Har
rington. Governor of the State of Mar>
land, In pursuance of th.- direction con
lain-d In Heel ion 1 of Aftldil 14 at th
Constitution of Maryland, do hereby or
.let and direct a copy of this Proclarnu
(lon, containing u full, true and corrcc
copy of the text of said Chapter 1W o
(he Acts of Maryland of ISH. he publish
<*d in at least two newspapers In each of
the counties of the Hlutc and In thre
newspapers published In the C|tv of Dal
tlmore, one of which said n<-wnpn<er
In the City of Baltimore to be printid li
the German language, once n week fo
three months next preceding the General
Election to he held In this Slate rn
November 7th, IM<* and at which elect I i
(he said proposed amendment to th
Constitution shall be submitted. In form
and manner prescribed by the Genera’
Assembly, to the legal and qualified
voters of the State for their adoption
or rejection. ,
GIVEN UNDER MT HAND
AND THE GREAT SEAL
OF THE STATE OF
MARYLAND.
Th* Great DONE at th* City of An-
S**l of napoll*. thl* twentieth da?
Maryland. of July, In th* year of ou
Lord, on* thousand nln
hundred and sixteen.
EMERSON C. HARRINGTON,
By th* Governor:
THOMAS W. SIMMONS.
S**r*tary *| StaU.
CHESTER HECK
BEL, AIR, MARYLAND.
Practical Painter
Is prepared to give eatlmstea on all kinds
of Inside and outside work.
ONLY HRST-CUSI WORK DONE
Satisfaction Guaranteed, Give sss * trial
le* Mitr iwt r gAY/H
■ t011...* Sellers
mTms' *“•* >*TWy eeery yew. XIII rn* L
~*AfCO*N J
"•f Deadly to Ah
ret* but bar eeleee Se Im&fcmS ll 3 I
beiuse. Ue to
lr <• eeer ekewesa
’•umfc tokWitoeerfena,
> 5 WiT >1 .tV
Hlchardson’s Pharmacy, Bel Air
W. Carl Holloway. Perryman
Jno. H. Smith, Cara Ins Run
William B. Selfs. Darlington
E. Tucker k Co.. Forest Hill
R. Burton Smith, Cnstlston
Jarrett Bros, k Word. Jsrrettavllls
TH?HC)MC A?
No home can b* kept fr** Wf
from files without constant vig
ilance. They get In whan windows and
door* sro opsnod, or tkrewgh crack* W
tweon window **ak and acres ns. Evr-
Isstlog swatting hi them d*s* n* real
good. Th* quick way and osar way t*
kill fllo* and m**qaltoes I* with
Bee Brand Insect Powder
fan It Int* th* sir
h&SBg Fils* sod mo**altos* (fit
~iM I* * few minutes. Also
ScrPtnS
w** ll * less to human beings and
their pets. Get the garni
*•***, ino in th* R*d Tin.
lie. 25c. ul s*c.
m*£££i
"bonds
The Natioul Safety Co.
Writes Al KMs f Um4>. nd
Mm tods tea m totor U.
If job wl.h to tarnish Bond u
Kiooulor, Adm Int. I rotor. TroMro,
UuardißO, Committor, Contractor.
Federal, Htatr or Ooaaty Offtotal,
or la Uf other capacity, thl. Com
pany U ready to nm yoa, thereby
relieving you of the embarramment
of oslUac on as IsdlTtdsal.
IT* RATKB AUK KKABONABLK.
H. A. WHITAKER,
Attorney and Agent,
BEL AIR. MO.
FARMS WANTED
rat* of finnslssine
J. W. MOAth. *8 Ah. M 4.
W. WORTHINGTON HOPKINS
ATTORN EV-AT-LAW
■Pit A<, .MAH*' A-T-.
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i Elite M. Herman Michael Hurwitz
Announcing
\ LITTLE GIANT
‘ IN NEW QUARTERS
J _ SERVICE TO ALL
HURWITZ AUTO SALES COMPANY
' y 604 SAINT PAUL STREET
£ BALTIMORE, MD.
PHONIC, MOUNT VKKNON *443
IS
" Representative will call upon request
* -- - and explain all details.
:l
ay / 1 meJm—
An 8-foot Spread From a
45-inch Box
IN the Low Com King catalogue it takes
pages to tell about the good construction
, that backs up the “8-foot-wide spread from a narrow
‘ 45-inch box." Here the space is limited.
See the spreader and study these things: The simple
worm and worm gear which drive the apron can lie reversed,
‘i doubling the wear qualities. The gear is entirely enclosed,
* away from dust and dirt. The relation of beater and apron
is just right to do the best work on the manure with the
least power. Low Corn King is a steel spreader frame,
beater axles, wheels, driving parts all of light, strong,
compact steel. You return the apron by a convenient foot
lever no hand cranking, no getting down from seat._
These things remember back up the even, satisfac
tory 8-foot-or-better wide spread. Get acquainted with the
Low Corn King spreader. See the local dealer who sells it.
International Harvester Company of America
toviwto
I V.
Iw Cn Kb| iptwlm u. uld by
Boarman A Bradford. Bel Air, Md
„ J. E. Stively, Darlington. Md.
\ ICE CREAM I ICECREAM!
Mm LUTHER M KEFAUVER
3 wishes to notify lb# public Ibat be baa
S2T\ taken posnosslon of SPENCER’S CREAM-
JmU j ■ ERY. COOPTOWN, MD.. and wUI maka
K' n( k l fie Cream.
If * TMjgl Froth Pasturised Cream.
U It W# solicit your trade and will dve
W IE prompt attention lo all orders.
LUTHER M. KEFAUVER
phonc. Spencers Creamery, ROCKS. MD.
Protect Yourself
from the chilling breeze of Fall with an
I Oil, Wood or Coal Heating Stove
f W K HAVK A FUI.I, I.INK OF COHN KNIVKS AND FODDKH YAKN;
A HOIIBK BI.ANKKT* ANb I.AP HOBKB, KOOFINO, HUY
YOUH WINTKK HUFPLV OF HALT; OUNB AND
BHKLU, KkKUTHIC B ATT Kill KB, AUTO AND
BIOYCLK BUPFLIKB. WK HAN 1)1,K
THK WKI.I, KNOWN SOUTH BKNI>
M A1.1.K AHI ,K BTKKI, RANOK.
Fuller A Johnson Farm Pump Engines
BOARMAN & BRADFORD
BEL AIR, MD.
You Are Going To Buy
STOCKERS FEEDERS
to consume your generous crop of forage and grain.
Conditions point to liberal profits In .cattle feeding
again thla next year, for prices for fat cattle seem
sura to be high. j
WRITE OR WIRE YOUR ORDERS TO
&OHN LAWLER.
, Union Stock Ytrds. CHICAGOILL..
Unrest dealer in stackers and feeders In any mar
ket. Yoar orders will be carefully filled and a square
deal la guaranteed.
Write for any Information desired, and If In need
of cattle ask tor our Weekly Market Card, which la
ant Faax.
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 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.
I NOTICE TO CKEDITOKB.
TbU b to Oa noUoa tbat fba aabaerlbar baa
obialaad froai Ita Orpbaaa’ Coart of Harford
Wtlara ofndmlnUtraHoo on tb.
| FRANK H. SMITH.
Ml al Harford CoaatT, dacaaaad All paraooa
' OR ar Wl.rf tkn 1!M daj .1 Marrk, 113
sssss&srsse
*^KI L BB<lwmr kandandMlthioMrddayor
Co
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
i This to to tire notice that tha subscriber has
I obtained Aron tha Orphans' Court of Harford
i County. Md.. letters of administration on the
estate of
EMMA J. FOSTER.
i lata of Harford County, deceased. AH persons
[bsvinp claims against said dseaased are hereby
notified to exhibit the sane, with the local
vouchers thereof.
Or ar Befara tke totk Daj at Falk, Itl 7
1 !u
I to aa!4 aatafa aid waaaaßd fa 53a SS3S
f udar mr bmad aaal tbb aatb
of Autfaat 11A J.RH W. FISTEH.
Here it is "Right from the Busy Corner.”
Conowiogo, Md . Sept Ut. IBM.
MESSRS. THOMAS A BBLFE.
Berkley. Md.
1 thought you gentlemen migbl be Interested la knowing eoaietblner of the
mileeire lem making with the MBChuvrolet I purchased from you. 1 made a trip
of M miles and averaged slightly over twentv-flve miles to the gallon of gns. I had
a load of four men. and beside my eatra tire I always carry I bad five new tires and
atmut 100 lbs. baggage and made twelve stops on the trip, did not try to save ••••*
all. just drove in the way I nasally do and the car works like a charm. Am fully
satisfied 1 could have made 27 or more miles to the gallon If 1 bad tried to save It. i i
and tjriil some day make a test of my ear and let yon gentlemen know the result.
Very truly yours,
GEORGE W. BAOLEY.
nVa f iDA Electric Lights and Starter,
i lICCy 14"" F. 0. B. Factory. Non-Skid Tires.
THOMAS & SELFE,
THE TWO 810 LEADERS
THE BEST SIX AND THE BEST FOUR
Boick and Dodge Bros.
CwiMcr the! taring *f tie aassfactireri befare ;* bay a car
~
ARCHER & LEE
HARFORD OARAGE
BEL AIR, - - MARYLAND
Harford Garage
J. MYRCKLE WELLS, Prop.
Automobiles Hired, Repaired, &c.
TIRES AND TUBES
in all sizes on hand at all times.
< ______
, TROUBLE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTEN
TION.
P H O N E—BEL AIR 880.
I WANTED
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Owners of Country Homes and Estates to draw on us
for the following:
COLORADO BLtIK BPKUCK. KOSTEHB GRAFTED BI.UK SPRUCE
NORWAY SPRUCE, KETINOBPOROB. ARBOR VITAE’B IN
VARIETY, WHITE PINKB and other good K.r,|ni Trm
Autumn Plantingr Hcaeon for Evergreens-
August, September, and fleet part of October.
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Hedging of California
Privet and Japanese Barberry, Hardy Shrubs, etc.
Tin. .took baa been carefully grown and we Invite jronr Inspection
Grier Brothers, Nurserymen
FOREST HILL, - MARYLAND, R. D.
O. P. Phone-Del Air, Md.
WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE
WESTMINSTER, MO.
REV. T. H LEWIS. D. 0., LL. D . PRESIDENT
for Young Men and Young Women Separate Departments
LOCATION unexcelled. 1,000 feet above the aea, in the high
™—landa of Maryland. Pure air, pure wafer, charm
ing scenery. Only an bour'e ran from Baltimore.
EQUIPMENT complete. Twenty acre Campaa; Modern Bulld
mgs; comfortable living accommodation; La bora
toriea. Library,Gymnaaium, Power and Heating Plant
CURRICULUM P to data. Clnaaical, Scientific, Hiatorical and
■ Pedagogical Couraea, leading to A. B. degraa.
itrt'Tvuivi *” Hualc, Elocution and Oratory. Strong Faculty.
PREPARATORY SCHOOL for thoae not ready for College.
Gardiner’s Ice Cream
“THE GOOD KIND”
The undersigned is ready to supply the pub
lic with Gardiner’s Ice Cream, in any quantity
from one gallon up
Special attention paid to orders for festivals,
Picnics, etc. Write or phone for prices.
JarrettsVille G rean Jery
PHONE NO. D. N. THOMAS,
Jnrrettnviile 14 k. Proprietor.
T. H. CHALK & SONS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Produce Commission Merchants
WE are in abape to aell produce to aa good advantage as any Hour a
in town and if you with QUICK RETURNS wa can giva them
to you by eelling at msrkat prices. It yon want a bettor price
we can get it for you by taking more time and giving a good, fraah
article. Any consignment, large or small, by rail or track, will have
our prompt attention.
T. H. CHALK C&, SONS
418 East Street, . . Baltimore, Md.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS 1
bUNUPACTDEBM OF ALL KIHI* OP
fire, Oniaeital, Stnctinl aid Iroi Work,
Counter Railing*, Office *
* OT ” rmomm - Partition* and Fencing. rmmna.
MTICE 151414 It Regeater SL , fcORKS-Aeattwd Avtasa
BaMfeert, Md. * and F. t. K.
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Buy Your School and Office Supplies |
AT THE BIG STATIONERY STORE,
MEYER & THALHEIMER, I
JO-lx M. HOWARD STREET,
Maryland
DEPItTIENTS:
gnppltea, Owamerelal and Haetal SteUeeery, Blank Books.
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