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PUBLISHED EVBHY FHIDAI AT BEL AIR, HD. buhllrksd la IM Th. JEr - it tb. oldnl ■m ,1 r with Die litmt r 1 culalloo ol u> psbtUh, la Harford Coonlr JOHN O. WOHIHINOTON Editor and Owner. TERMS—Si.O9 PEW ANNUM AdTfrilalnß B*Uw One iqairi (ill iina nonparlel). three or Ini insertions, II.M rbaeqaenl Insertions, Scents. Ipeeisi rates made with monthly, quarterly and yearly advertisers. H eri.ocal correjpoodenee solicited from every ■action of the county. FRIDAY, DECEMBER S, ID 10 WATCHFUL WAHIHO. It ia a long, long tale how Eaatern farmera waited and worked and strug glad through the laat decade of the laat century and the firat decade of the pres ent one in hopea that their proper place in the industrial world would be recog nised and farming become a paying busineaa. Aa in many another such struggle, not a few fell by the wayside. Only the other day a farmer recalled bow in the summer of 1898 be sold wheat fur forty-six cent, per bushel, and a second told bow he hauled corn ten miles that fall for a dollar and forty cents. The toeing nature of this fight was apparent on all sides: mortgages ware foreclosed and titles to farms , passed to the mortgagees at bankrupt prices; standards of home living were lowered to a dspreselng degree, yet the farmer could not keep bis head above water; but probably the roost depressing feature waa to see how farms were so generally turned over to tenants while the hope of every community -its prom ising young manhood—sought occupa tion in more aluring occupations. It ia because of the pleasing contrast of today, along this latter line, that we ask readers to join in mutual eongratu lationa. A series of circumstances have united to give the fanner a chance to live and let live; and the result la that be has come into his own again,—and be shows it. Possibly no better object lesson could be cited than the meeting held here lest Friday for the promotion of one of our leading industries,— dairy ing on a scientific, profitable basis. It was a source of common comment that in appearance the fifty or more young farmers present would compare favor ably with any equal number of profes sional men who might be called to gether for a similar purpose; while in discussing the questions at iasue, clear ness of thought, logical ideas, and ease of delivery ware the role and not the exception. While the direct cause for this open ing of the door of hope to our young farmers is traced to the buoyant effect of fair returns for persistent efforts, the most valuable effect la to keep In our midst the beat manhood of a thrifty people. The man who is satisfied with nothing less than the best conditions under which to run a successful dairy, demands equally favorable conditions under which to run his home, his school, bis church, and bis community at large. We have every reason to hope and believe that these ideals have come Into the American home to atay, and that while our own consumers, Instead of Liverpool, will henceforth aet the price of wheat, our wheat-raisers will set the standards of life and living for American farmers. JAMES LEE. When the representative of a family la called hence, whose leaders from Col onial days have bean potent factors to wards moulding the civilisation of their community, it is wall that men should pause and consider the record he has left behind him. James Lee did not, like his grand father, help with his sword to carve an. American republic out of a British col ony, but in his own well-balanced life he typified, as the head of a Christian home and as a public-spirited citisen, the man whose good deeds are not In terred with his bones. Growing up at a period when schools were scattered and general education rare, his early learning was compara tively modest, but it was along those fundamental lines of scholarship which gave trend to his maturing manhood and shone out in his successful life. Clear of brain, modest of manner, straightforward of character, sound of judgment, prompted by a laudable am bition but absolutely devoid of duplicity in his dealings with his fellowmen, Mr. Lee soon became a strong force for good among those with whom he ming led, and steadily earned and received the increasing respect and regard of those who knew him. He entered upon the business of his life before scientific knowledge of agriculture was common, but through bis native instinct even aa a young man be saw better things ahead for the farmer, and was a most valuable factor towards making these dreams a reality in Harford. As a churchman bis fidelity waa un questioned, and as a friend his loyalty end helpfulness waa unbounded. Har ford is fortunate to have had such a son, and her citizens will long bold his life in grateful remembrance, HELP TO CELEBRATE A VICTORY. [The following open letter, which Mr. Harsh asks us to publish, speaks for itself and calls for but little comment We are very sure the enemy would be very willing to pay this deficit if the victors could transfer the Presidency to Hr. Hughes, and we are equally sure that such an offer would be spurned by the Democracy of the Country. Under these circumstances should not the beneficiaries—American citizens at large - pay for a victory so gloriously wonT Ed.] Democratic National Committee NKSOaUASTCSS NSW TOW* NOV. 28, ISIS. Eoitob The JBois, Bel Air, Md. It ia due you, as oneof the newspaper men who proved his loyalty during the campaign just closed, that you should have more complete information with respect to the financial condition of the Democratic National Committee than waa contained in my recent night tele gram to you. When the campaign began, the mana gers ia banalf of the National Commit tee were confident the expanse could be kept within 81,600,000. Near the end of the struggle it was found we most enlarge our budget to meet the attacks of the Republicans. There seemed no length to which they would not go to accomplish tbs defeat of our ticket Had we not spent this money during the last days, we would not now be celebrating our victory. We have expanded more than 8300,000 in excess of the amount that bad been contributed. We made a clean fight Not a dollar was wasted. It was a splendid victory for the people. We have no regrets. We are prood of the record. Wit must depend upon the peo ple to make up this deficit. We need and expect your best sup port personally and through your news paper. 1 am confidant you will grant it freely and yon will taka a personal interest in it to see that our deficit is wiped out. lam writing this letter to a picked number of papers. Please write me how you are getting on and send checks to me as fast as you get them in. Very sincerely yours, W. W. HARSH, Treasurer. Neighborhood News Cardiff News. Cardiff, Dee. Bth.-Hiss Gladys M. Baldwin end brother Benjamin spent the Thanksgiving holidays with their cousins, Mr, and Mrs, August R. Tlsch inger Mrs. Charles Jones and daughter Margaret spent last weak with the former's sisters here. Miss Elms Baer, of Baltimore, spent a short visit here recently with her cousin, Miss Luells Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams, of Fawn Grove, spent Sunday with Mrs. Ellen Williams. Misses Luella Thompson. Viola Weiler and Elms Baer spent Sunday with their cousin, Hiss Ethel I. Walters, of Pyles villa. CARNATION. Rmmorton News, Emmorton, Dee. 6,-On the evening of November Z7tb, friends and neigh bors of Hiss Mollie C. James gave her a surprise in honorof her birthday. The visitors brought gifts and good cheer, and after a pleasant social evening, re freshments were served. Mrs. W. W. Cooley and sons, of near Lapidum, and Mr. F. D. Coale and family, of Hamilton, were over Sunday guests of Urs. S. W. Haines. A few days ago nearly eight hundred pounds of old papers, magazines, etc., were collected and sold by the scholars and friends of Ut. Carmel U. P. Sunday School. At the present high prices, these workers hope to realise a nest little sum to be used for the needs of the school. Forest Hill Letter. Forest Uhx, Dee. 6th.—Mr. Walter K. Rogers left on Tuesday for a busi ness trip to Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. William Smithson and Miss Clara Smithson, of Baltimore, ware week-end guests of Hr. and Mrs. Elmor Johnson. Dr. R. K. Robinson and daughter, Mrs. Grace McCallister, have moved to Bel Air where they will make their future home. Mrs. A. B. Smithson entertained the Aid Society of Centre M. E. Church et her home on Thursday evening. Mr. Robert Tollinger, who has been conducting the butcher business here for the past six months, has gone into the generel merchandise buainess at Level! Hiss Mary Jeffery, who has been under going treatment at a Baltimore hospital, returned home on Saturday. Hr. Harry Monks, Jr., of Baltimore, •pent Thanksgiving day with bis parents, Hr. and Mrs. Harry Monks. Havre de Grace Letter. Havre de Grace, Dec, 6.-On Mon day evening Rev. W. Russell Collins of the Reformed Episcopal Church deliver ed a patriotic address in the Masonic Temple. Dr. Collins is the national secretary of the Guardians of Liberty, The Union Thanksgiving Services were held this year in the Methodist Church, the sermon being delivered by Rev. I. 8. Hankins of the Baptist Church. Last Friday evsnin Miss Rachel Holly entertained some of her friende at her home on St. Johns street A play entitled “The College Ball" will be given by the senior class of our high school on Wednesday evening, Dec. 13th. Mrs. Kate Horner laboriously ill at her home on Washington street. Mrs. 8. Maslin and daughter Merriel, of Baltimore, were guests of relatives here laat week. Miss Martha Canine spent the Thanks giving holiday with Hiss Martha Hop kins, of Aberdeen. Darlington News. Darlington, Dec. 6.— Misses Juliet and Georgia Scott spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Hn. Wake man Scott. Mias Virginia Allen has returned to her home, ’‘Kelvin Grove," from avislt to friends in New York. Mn. J. C. Killingaworth entertained the Bridge Club on Saturday, December let. Mn. Clinton Smith and daughter, Mies Ethel Smith, left for Baltimore laat waek where they will spend s month before going South for the win ter. Dr. Mary Willis, of Baltimore, spent Sunday with her sister, Miss Annie Andrew. Mr, James R. Massey left on Satur day for the Union Protestant Infirmary (or treatment. His many friends hope soon to see him back home in his usual good health. Mr. and Mn. Ramsay Standiford were tendered an old fashioned serenade and tsr barrel burning on their return Thanksgiving evening from their honey moon. There was a merry crowd to wish the couple a long life with much happiness. Aberdeen Letter. Aberdeen, Dee. 6, —Thanksgiving services were held In Grace H. E Church South on that morning in unison with the three churches of the town. In the evening the annual reception of Grace Church was held in the lecture room. On thie occasion the offering was over 340 dollars. An entertainment, augmented by vocal talent, a mixed Suartette from Baltimore, and an ad ress by Rev. Dr. D. A. Keer was given to a large audience. - Master Francis 8. Silver, who was home from Haverford College for the Thanksgiving holidays, entertained some of his young friends at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Silver, on Saturday evening. There were five tables of progressive crokinole, rook and other games. Supper waa served at small tables at the close of the even ing. Hiss Marietta Mitchell, of the class of 1917, of Aberdeen High School, waa given a pleasant surprise on Monday evening by the other members of the senior class and two of the faculty, who called at her home, bringing with them delightful refreehments and presenting her with pret'iy gifts. Mrs. L. A. Doches, of Harford Fur nace, will spend the winter in Balti more with her eistar, Mrs. Hark O. Sbrivar. Mr. Harry P. Straabaugh waa a guest of Hr. Frank E. Gorrel, of Washing ton, D. C., on Monday. Miss Dorothy Barrett, of the Mary land University Hospital, waa a dinner gueat of Hr. and Mrs. William Silver on Thanksgiving Day, aa were also her parents. Hr. and Mrs. Noyes Barrett, of Aberdeen. Hiss Lillian R. Hanway is visiting her cousins, the Hisses Kenly, of Roland Park. Hisa Eva V. Morgan left on Tuesday for a visit to bar sister, Mrs, Paul Tabb, of Hampton, Va. Dr. Alice Dudek, of New York, spent the past weak with her sister, Mrs, W. A. Price. BUSINESS NOTICES Might cento a line for Dm In section and 5 Dents a line for each subsequent lnaertlon--T words to a line. No advertisements in serted (or leas than llh cento. IVAII kinds of Automobile and Fur niture Unbolt wring done in beat manner and at snort notice by J. Ruff Small at Wilson A Co., Bel Air, Hd. WFor Sale—White Leghorn Cock erole, price |1.26. E. 8. Grevemeyer,- Foreat Hill, Md. Phone. IV*For Sale.—Four good Milk Cows, all giving a good flow of milk except one, which will be fresh toon. Also 1 two-year-old Holstein Bull. W. Arm strong, Magnolia, Hd. Phone— Wllna 9-11. IVFor Sale—Registered Jersey Bull, Torono Jr. 127486, two years old. Sacri fice for 866. Us is a beauty. 1 have no use for him. E. T. Kirby, Perry man, Md. ___ WMooey to Loan on Mortgage in awns to suit W. Worthington Hopkins, Attorney at Lav, Bel Air, Md. 101/17 LUNGS MK DELICATE ' Overwork, lack ol fresh air, mental strain or any sickness j disturbs their functions. Stubborn coughs tear and wear the sensitive lung tissues. KOTTS EMULSION should be taken promptly for bard coughs, unyielding colds, for when strength is lowered from any cause. Its high nutritive value creates resistive force to ward off sick ness. The rich cod liver oil improves the quality of the blood to relieve the cold and the glycerine is soothing and healing to the lung tissues. Edna Alcoholic Substitutes Which Exclude the Oil 1M Report of Test. The following table gives the names and records of the cows in the Second Harford County Cow Testing Association which have produced more than 40 pounds of butterfat or 1000 pounds of milk during the period of 30 days ending November 30th, 1916. Owssr ef Cew. Nssm sf Csw SrseS sf Caw J-JJJ slrw Geo. L. Smith No. 180992. P. B. Holstein 6 Oct. 6 1140 3.6 39.9 " “ No. 176927. P. B, Holstein B Oct 10 1074 3.8 40.8 J. Charles Rutledge No. 17 Or. Shorthorn 7 Sept. 26 1011 4.3 43.6 “ “ No, 20 Gr. Guernsey 12 Aug. 9 939 4 8 40.4 S. Seymour Smith... Hinder Gr. Jersey 6 Sept. 80 998 4.7 48.7 Coale & Spaulding.. Bess P. B. Jersey 4 Oct. 16 684 6 9 40.8 E. J. Johnston No. 1 Gr. Guernsey 8 Sept. 26 1119 4 3 48.1 No. 8 Gr. Jersey™ 6 A'.g. 1 930 4.4 40.9 “ " •• No. 9 Hoi, Guern. x 6 Dec. 211 792: 6.4 42.8 E. D. Kyzer, T. Roy Brookes, Official Tester. Secretory. IVMules to Lend for their Keep. Apply Reckon! Broe., Bel Air, Hd, M* For Sole—Timothy end Mixed Hey, beled or looee. W. H. Ceirnee, JerretUville. MTFor Sele—Tome for Breeden, end Bronze Wild Croat. Heavyweight. Value 810. Mrt. George Archer, Benton, Hd. IVFor Sale-11 Berkshire Sboatt. W. W. Finney, Bel Air, Md. M'For Sale at Sacrifice or would ex change for Sheep, Cattle or Grain —One pair 2 and 8 year-old Colta, unbroken. I have neither room nor ute for them, they mutt go. E. T. Kirby. Perryman. MTFor Sale.—Pure bred Englith Set ter Puppiet. Robert A. Either, Wheel, Harford County, Md. MTFor Sale or will Trade for Cows— Four Colta, ranging in age from 0 montha to 2) yean. Jamet M. Scarff, Monkton, Md. Pbone-Jarrettaville 6-Fl2. MT'l'he Gift Shop, Main St. and Penntylvania Ave,, Bel Air, Hd. Open ing. Tuetday, December 12, 1916, At tractive novelliea from the Kindermart and other artklet tollable for Xmat gifts for everybody. Handmade article! told on committion, MTFor Sale—Kegiatered Guernaey Bull, 3 yean old laat Auguat. Mian Jane Kelly, Bel Air. IVFor Sale.—Pair extra large young Hulea, two-hone Wagon and Harnett. For quick tale 1800. G. J. Stone, Bel Air, Md. Mr Wanted—Men by the month, all the year around. Mutt be tober. C. E. Oliver, Belcamp. MT Wan ted—White Girl for general haute work; one who can cook, prefer red; good home and good wagut. Ap ply to N. W. Litberger, 1622 W. North Avenue., Baltimore, Hd. MTWanted—A Sober White Han fur general farm work, with email family or preferably with no cbildnn. Good dwelling, firewood, garden and pood waget furnished. A good place for e good man. Addrett K, thii office. HTFor R. I, Red Cock erell, price from 81.50 to 88. Mrt. C. ' E. Rees, Forest Hill. WFor Sale—The Beit General Mer -1 chandite Store Stand in Harford. For ' over a quarter of a century ita business hat increated, with increatlng profit to Ita owner. Beat of naton for telling, 1 no fancy price demanded, fulleet infor -1 mation given to a prospective buyer. ' For information apply to John D. Worthington, Attorney for owner. 1 IVFor Sale.—l offer for private tale my Farm of 60 Acret, located about one-fourth mile from Pyleavllle Station, end adjoining pike from Pyletville to ' Delta. The farm it improved by two -1 story Brick Dwelling House, Frame Stable, Frame Blacksmith Shop, Spring 1 House and other outbuildings. There ' it a large Orchard consisting of apple, 1 pear and peach trees, a number of which are juat coming into bearing. 1 There are two never failing springs 1 near the dwelling Joseph D. Burnt, Pyletville, Hd. fiTWi are agents for Ford Auto's and have a car load ordered. Place 1 your order early for prompt delivery. Archer & Lee, Bel Air. . MTNotice—After November 11th my 1 cider mill will work only on Tuesdays and Fridays until freezing weather. ■ Barrela for tale. Two orchards given I away, inquire at the mill. J.D. Black -1 bum, Churcbville, Hd. > MTFor Sale.—One used F"rd Touring Car. Good running condition and a ' good puller. Archer & Lee, Bel Air. > IVFor Sale Cheap—Rubber tire tur- I rey, alto about 300 bus. OaU and a , few pigs. F. H. Watt, Forest Hill, Md. Phone. | For Sale Cheap. Medium tise Coal . Stove, good at new. Bertram Coale, Bel Air. • MTFor Sale Cheap.-One 7U. P. 1 Gasoline Engine, with friction clutch ' pulley. J. D. Blackburn, Churcbville. > M~ Money to Land on mortgage. Ap i ply to Walter W. Preston, Attorney, [ Bel Air. MTHaving rented the fertilizer mills at Reckordville, 1 am in position to tend for 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 tame. George W. Standiford. Mr Money to Loan on mortgage in r turns to suit. John O. Worthington, r Attorney at Law. IVFor Rent—The large Roller-pro cess Flour and Feed Hill, and Saw Hill [ connected therewith, located at Reckord f on the Little Gunpowder, now doing a large business. Pending its rental buti l nets will continue at usual. Apply to , A. B. Whitaker. Bel Air. Hd. t IV For Sale at great sacrifice to quick buyer—Pair large young Mules. Wagon and Harness. Price 880 U. G. J. Stone, : Bel Air. Hd. •VSewing Machines of any make repaired ana adjusted by J Ruff Small at Wilton & Co . Bel Air, Md. IVT res pass Notices on Uutlin for sale at the ASgis Office. MTFor Rent -The Attractive Man sion House and twenty-nine acret good tillable land, fine fruit, situated near Wilna, rented separately or jointly at desired. Possession at once Address, Hits C. B. Wright, 8612 Guilford Ave., ' Baltimore. I IV Do you want a Room Papered or a House PaintedT It you do, get in touch with me. No job too large or too small. Work and material guaran - teed. R. T. Boyer, at the Hanna House, Main St., Bel Air, Md. 1 M"For Sale —Ui H. P. Gasoline f Traction Engine, Thresher, 16-inch Silo Filler with 30 feet blower pipe, all in ' good order. Will be sold reasonably 1 and on easy terms torightparty. Apply to John Rush Streett, Monkton. Phone, ' Jarrettaville 6-12. '1 MTFor Sale—New and Second Hand ’ Cara; automobiles to hire, day or night; ' - long trips a specialty. All repair work 1 to give satisfaction; tires and tubes at I reduced prices. Trouble calls will re , calve prompt attention. H. C. Scar borough. Darlington. Phone 87fU. •W Why buy a ehowy counterfeit when you cep buy a Buick or I lodge Brothen Car. Can be seen at Harford Garage, Bel Air. Damonatration at any time. Archer A Lee, Harford Garage, Bel Air. Antiques For Sale The undersigned holds for Private Sale at her residenoe at Fountain Green, two miles east of Bel Air, a fine collection of ANTIQUE FURNITURE BRIC-A-BRAC, BTC., among which r.ity Le noted: Wardrobe, saUn wood and mahogany, brought to this country from Prance: Oldtime Carved Chair. Mahogany Lounge, I Mahogany Chairs. Mahogany Bureau. Old Winder Bench. CHINA, CUT GLASS, ETC. Set Medallion China, imported from France; Oldtime Cut Glass Bowl, 2 odd Sugar Bowls. 3 Unique Pieces of China, large India China Plat ter. Patoh Work QuilU, Kto. These articles may be seen on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Phone 804-F22 Address MISS BESSYS OOVFH, Bel Air A D. The Farmer Thu firmer ii the mm who fiedi ua ill. If the firmer should quit work the whole world would hire to go out of buiineu. He ie the moct Important fictor In the world todiy ilwiye hie been ilwiye will be. Thie bink hie miny firmer petrone. Fermere ire conducting their buslneee itong modern linee these dsye, the time it other buai nees men. They ire the solid, re liible, men of the community end every benk has reeeon to feel proud of ite firmer friends. The accom modations of our bank ire always •t the dlspoeal of the fermere. You are invited to meke our benk your headquarters when in town. Our interest! ire mutual, and we will be glad to rierve you. THE Forest Hill State Bank FOREST HILL, HD. Harry N. Hopkins Agent for Harford Co. for REO PLEASURE CARS AND TRUCKS 4 CYLINDER TOURIN6, $875 6 CYLINDER TOURIR6 $1,150 Call 48-M for damonatration. H.N. Hopkins Auto line DEL All I HAVRE K MACE In Btfect Oct. 1. 1910 Phone e-M. NORTH HOUND | WEEK DAYS lA.H.jP.M.If.M. I Bel Air I 7.1012.00,4.004.88 . Lv. Churchville 7,60 12.H04.20 4.66 I Lv. Aberdeen 8.16|12.46 4.4615.20 Ar. Havre de Gr...| g.B6| 1.06 6.06 6.40 SOUTH BOUND WEEK DAYS A.M.jP.M.|P.H SjJ* Lv. Havre de Gr... 8.66 220.127.116.11 Lv. Aberdeen 9.16, 1.46 6.46 640 I Lv. Churchville... 9.40 2.106,1017.06 1 Ar. Bel Air 10.00; 2.30|.a0;7.26 NOTICE TO CREDITOR*. * wTV* to **• notice that the subscriber baa obtained from the Orphans* Court of Harford County. Md.. letters of administration on the •state of i MARY ANNA HARWARD. late of Harford County, deceased. All persona haylng clalms against said deeeaaed are hereby notified to exhibit the same. with the legiJ , vouchers thereof. Onorbefor* the BSrd day of April, 1817 °r. l w* y 22* otherwise by lass be excluded from , all benaflta of aald estate. Ail parsons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate TO' under my hand and seal this 2Srd day of October, lilt WALTER U. HARWARD. . Administrator. NOTICE TO CKRDITOKH. This Is to give notice that the subscribers have obtained from the orphans’ Court of Harford County. Md.. lettars testamentary on tho estate of SAMUEL S. DENBOW. . late of Harford County, deceased. All persona having claims against said deceased are hereby notified to exhibit the same, with the legal , vouchers thereof. On or before the 81st day of May, 1817 i °f. 22* otherwise by law be exelnded from all benefits of said estate. All persons Indebted ' to.alde.tate are requested to make Immediate : •'“* ,,,b ,ui JOSHUA B. WARD. Executor. , granvTlle c.boyle,~ Licensed Auctioneer Reel Eetate end Peraonel Property. Setiefectioo guaranteed. R. D. Abuckbn, Mu. Hochschild Kohn=s & Company Howard awl I Streab Baltimore SHOPPING BY MAIL IS EASY •h you do jrourlhoy pine at BalMmtaV ' Beat Btor*. A, letter or poet card stating your aaada wfll bring you detailed daoartpdoaa and prloaa. aa wall aa aamplea of matarfala, tt you apeotfy what you ml The tnfannatlon you receive will be freak and up to the minute. Stylos change aoe atantiy, and thla etore keepe abreast of them, which la something that, of necessity, the house which Issues a catalogue cannot da Tour order, when re* calved, will be filled by an experienced shopper —one who takes pride In giving her cus tomers Intelligent ser vice, And, eo far as la possible, the same young woman will fill an subsequent orders, so that the longer yon deal here, the better you win be served. We deliver purohaeee of any amount up to SS,OO free by Parcel Poet within the limits of the first end second tones. Purohaeee of |B.OO or over are delivered free by Parcel Poet any. whore In the United States. Baltimore, Md. I PHILIP H. CLOSE—Solicitor. NOTICE TO CREDITORS). Thla la to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphan*' Court of Harford County. Md.. letter* testamentary on the es tate of SYLVESTER A. SILVER. late of Harford County, deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased arc hereby notified to exhibit the same, with the legal vouchers thereof. Ob or Before the 80th Day of lUj, 1917 or they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand and seal this 20th day uf November, lilt. SUSIE R. DEVKR. .Executrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. This is to give notice that the subscriber baa obtained from the Orphans' Court of Harford County. Md., letters of administration o. t a. on the estate of EDWIN H. KIEFFER. late of Harford County, deceased. All persons having claims aoalnst said deceased are hereby notified to exhibit the same, with the legal vouchers thereof. On or Hclorr th gist dsj of April, 1817 or they may otherwise by law he ex eluded from all benefits of said estate. All persons Indebted to said estate arc requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand and teal this Mat day of October, lilt. CARROLL KIEFFER. Administrator c. t. a. 1 JACOB A. DOXKN. Solicitor. OKDKH NISI. M. Florence Doxen, Plaintiff. In tha Circuit Court ts. for Jacob A. Doxen. Harford County. Trustees. In Equity, and others defendants Ordered, this llth day of November. ISIS. that , the sales made and reported In the above en titled cause by Jacob A. Doxen, trustee, be finally confirmed, unleee cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 9th day of December, ISIS; provided, a copy of this order S Inserted In some newspaper published In irferd county aforesaid ohm In each of three (I) successive weeks before tee Mh day of De cember. Ml*. The report states the amount of sales to be 1i,n0.00. JOHN A. ROBINSON. Clerk. 1 True Copy, Teet: JOHN A. ROBINSON. Clerk. ... THE .. Country Club Inn i ANNOUNCE THEIR REGULAR OWNER SERVICE FROM I* TO P. M. A La Carta All Hoan Good Bright Rooms I HR. AND MRS. BUTTERFIELD Chestnut Grove Stock Farm i. now offering apodal attraction. In BwtsUres 4 HanpsUi • Ome Ins links Two good growth; fall Bonn, I anting Bonn, 8 Hampshire Ram Lnmba lam enough for aervice, good, vigorous fel lows. Also 8 large Light Brahma Hans. Address W. N. CHAMINOS. Hydes. Md. Trespass Notice This la to alvo aonoe that Ik. ■■Baa.oi.Bl ol my 8.1 AirpUo. U la the ktaSa at lb. R W. Rbm. and (lOWMUoIIr nqoert tko public to observe Bottom Sorted oo the ptuo sad aot to wJbfMflaifer Public Sale —or 18 High Grade Cows The undersigned. Intending to quit the dairy business, wll sell without reserve at his term located on the public roed leading from S< buck’s Corner to Thomas Run. In the third Election District, On Tuesday, Dec. 19th, 1916 At 12 o'clock M.. the Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to wit: 11 18 HIGH GRADE COWS Including 8 Guernseys, 7 Holstein* 1 Jerseys, also floe Guernsey Bull. Five of these cows are springers. 4 have calves by their side. 6 lately fresh and 4 are In full flow of milk. These cows are all tuberculin tested, straight, carefully selected and have excellent productive and re productive qualities. Thev are first-class In cvsry respect, and can be Inspected on my premises any time before the sale. At the same time 1 will also sell the following: Thirty Milk Cans. In good Order: No 40 Steel Beam Oliver Chilled Plow; No. SO Wood Beam Oliver Chilled Plow: Sprlngtooth Harrow, 17 teeth: 17 foot Hay Carriage. TERMS OF SALE. All sums of |io and under cash; on sums over that amount a credit of 10 months will be given, purchasers giving their notes with security ap proved by the auctioneer, bearing interest from day of sale and payable at bank. Ad~6s discount will be allowed for cash. STEVENSON W. NAGLE I. W. Thompson, Auctioneer. Public Sale Intending to quit the dairy buslnes. I will sell at Public Sale on tbe farm whereon I now reside, located on tbe road from Hickory to Forest HIU. S mile from the latter place, on Thursday, Dec. 14th, 1916 At 10 o’clock A. M.. the Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to wR: 12 HEAD OF GOOD GRADE Holstein and Guernsey Cows five of these cows are fresh, four are close springers, and others are giving a good flow of milk: Holstein Heifer, will oe fresh Ist of Janu- ST; good 2-year-old Hosteln Bull, 2 good Work arses, 12 years old. weight about 1160 lbs.: Pay Horse, ll years old, good worker and driver; stylish Sorrel Mare. 8 years old. good worker and driver: two-hone Wagon, aa good as new: 2 Surreys, one nearly new; Dayton. Manure Spreader. Sprlngtooth Harrow, Disk Harrow. Stump Puller. 100 feet \ Inch Steel Cable, will pull any stump up to fifteen inches: Osborne Mowing Machine and Horse Rake, nearly new; Riding Cultivator, in good shape; 2Single Culti vators, Iron Age Garden Cultivator and Seeder, as good as new; Power Sprayer, In good shape: Wagon Jack. Plant Setter and one Improved I*oo Gravity Washer, nearly new; Corn by the barrel, Fooder by tbe bundle. 1 will also offer my FARM -OF -61 ACRES OF GOOD LAND j ifM 16 acres In wood, balance In Jtegjk cultivation. Oood 10-ROOM flskim DWELLING HOUSE with good IPfIHIMw Basement. New Darn. 36 by 32 feet, with 28 foot Straw Shed, aew Com House new Carriage House, new Chicken House and now Wood Shed. TERMS OF SALE. On Personal Property—All sums of ltd and under cash; on suirs over that amount a credit of • months will be given, purchasers giving their notes, with approved security, bearing in terest from date of sale and payable at Farmers and Merchants National Hank of Bci Air. Terras on real estate will be made known on day of sale. GEORGE W. HURT. I. W. Thompson. Auctioneer Public Sale The undersigned. Intending to qnk farming, will sell without reserve, on tbe farm of Aael Tol lenger. on the road leading from Garland to Rock Run Mill, about % mile from former place, On Monday, Dec. 18th, 1916 At 10 o'cloek A. M.. the Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to wit: !to, ae Pair good Mnles, weighing about 1100 lbs. each; fine young Horse. 8 years old. good worker and driver, weighing about IMO lbs.; Bay Horae. 10 years old. good worker and safe for ladies to daixe; 2 good Cows, two-horse Road Wagon. Top Buggy. Runabout, two-seated Carriage, 2 Oliver Chilled Plows, No. 40; Sprlngtooth Har row. 40-tooth Smoothing Harrow, 9 Double Corn Workers. Single Cultivator. McCormick Mowing Machine, McCormick Hay Rake Empire Jr.. Disc Grain Drill, Janesville Double-row Corn Planter, Lime and Fertiliser Sower. Row Marker, 14-foot Hay Carriage. Hay Fork, Rope and Blocks. Buckeye Binder, Single Corn Shelter, Grain Cradle. 2 Briar Scythes. Mowing Seythe. Grindstone, Corn Knives. Hay Knife, about 60 feet of Inch Rope. 2 Double Trees. 4 Single Trees,2 Short Trees. Forks. Rakes. Hoes, Shovels and Mattocks. 160 good Tomato Boxes, 4 sets Lead Harness. 4 Collars, 4 Bridles. 4 Choke Straps. 6 Halters, pair Double Lines, four-horse Lend Line. 1 sets Carriers. Riding Bridle and Saddle, 2 sets Single Buggy Harness. Carriage Pole, 6 Cow Chains, set Breast Chains, S Log Chains: two-horse Spreader, one-horse Spreader: Trace Chains. Steel Hammer, 4 Wedges. 2 Cross- Cut Saws, Hand Saw, Brace and Bit, Axe. Grain Shovel, Wire Corn Shovel. Lawn Mower, Hay by the ton, Corn by the barrel, lot of empty Cider Barrels, X A barrel Vinegar. National Cream Saparator, No. 12 good aa new; lot of Chicken and Turkey Coops. lot of Chickens. Barred Rocks; large Meet Cask, t-galloD Churn. Butter Bowl and Print. HnttkoU art Khckea Furniture Oak Buffet. Wardrobe. Falling-leaf Cherry Table, Bench Table, Kitchen Table, small Drop- Leaf table. 6 Oak Dining Room Chairs, n cane test Chairs, 0 Kitchen Chairs, Rocking Chairs. Bps Couch, Sofa, Divan and 2 Chairs To match. Walnut Bedroom Suit. Antique Maple Bedstead. Bedstead, Spring, Mattress. Wsshstand, Bureau. 9 Stands. Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine, pld-teshlned Bureau, lot of Matting and Carpets. Window Curtains. Screen Doors, Window Screens, large Kitchen Range, nearly new; New Emerald Stove. No. 8; small Wood Slove. Chunk Stove. Kitchen Safe, lot Dishes, Glass Jars Jelly Glasses. 2 Sausage Grinders. Lardi Press. Food Chopper, 4 Wash Tubs. Wuh Board, lot of 2-gal. Milk Pans, Stone Jars. bidding from I to 4 gal lon. porcelain lined Kettle. Ham Boiler. Car riage Robe. Ironing Board and Irons. Lamps. Pots, Pans, Cooking Utensils, end other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE. All sums of tlO and under cash; on sums over that amount a credit of 12 months will be given, purchasers giving their notes with approved security, bearing interest and payable at the First National Bank of Havre de Grace Af'This sale will start promptly at 10 o’clock. JAMBS K. P. MARTIN, I. W. Thom peon. Auctioneer. Executors Sale The undersigned executor of the estate of tbe late Samuel S. Den bow. wilt sell without reserve et his lets home near Scarff Postofflce, On Thursday, Dec. 14, 1916 Beginning at 10 o’clock A. M.. tbe Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to wit: w mt Horse, 16 yra. old. weight 1100 pounds: Mare, coming 8 yra. old, extra fine driver and worker, weight 1000 lbs; Mole, coming 8 yr*. old, weight, 1000 lbs; S Cows, 6 Shoats. 2 Fat Hog*. Brood Sow. Two-horse Wagon and Bed, 3 Wagon Bolsters, Hay Carriage. Mowing Machine Horse Rake. Oliver Plow. Buggy, Sprlngtooth Harrow. Roller. Single Cultivator, Carriage and Pole. Wheelbarrow. 2 seta Lead Harness. Bridges. Collars, set Double Carriage Harness. Halters. Lawn Mower, lot of Seeks and Rope. Log Chains. Spreader. Small Spray. Grindstone. Barrel Vinegar, lot Empty Barrels, Chicken Coops, about 30 tons of Mixed Hay. let of Straw/* bushels of Potatoes. 1280 bundles of Fodder and many other articles found on e farm. HOUSEHOLD GOODS _ T bte- BuML Conch. Bedroom Suit. Bureau; Wsshstand. Iron Bedstead and Springs, lot Chairs. Coal Oil Stove. 2 Mattresses and Bedding, and many small articles. TERMS OF SALE All sums of ItO and under cash; on sums over that amount a credit of months will be given, purchasers giving their notes with approved security hearing interest from day of sal* and payable at bank. JOSHUA B. WARD. Executor. Georg* A. Calrnes. Auctioneer. Fire Insurance Notice. Notice is hereby given, that In pursuance of the Constitution of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company, a meeting of Its members will be held at the office of the said company, in Bel Air. on MONDAY. DECEMBER llth. luifl. at 12 o'clock, M., for tbe purpose of receiving a re port of the Board of Directors for ISIS, and propositions to amend the Constitution and by-lawa of the company, and the transaction of sack other business aa may come before the GEORGE R. CAIRNES. Secretary. HARNESS C. r. KUEHN -ansi ov— lactee as 4 laa4-Ba4c Hanoi REPAIRING PROMPTLY DON! BEL AIK. • . - Mil, CAN YOU TALK TEMPERANCE ? HiEP 1 ; Ready For Christmas A LARGE VARIEIY OF TOYS FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS, but we have not confined ourselves to TOYS alone. Every Department is filled with Attractive Merchandise suitable for the HOLIDAY SEASON : : : t3?*Will tell you more next week. CARVER & PRICE. Bel Air, Md. ALL-YEAR ADnoDncenjeiyt I hive accepted the agency for the aale of the beautiful KISSEL CAR which ia now on exhibition at my Show Room. In auperiority of design, material, construction and finiah.our Hundred Point Six stands in a class by itself. WE INVITE INVESTIGATION F. H. IGLEHART PHONE 44R BEL AIR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO OUR PATRONS We have much pleasure to announce our NEW BUSY MOON THEATRE ia nearing completion, and you can look forward to the Grand Opening by Janu ary Ist. 1917. The New Theatre ia located on Main St, Bel Air, opposite tbe Methodist Church, where great care is being taken for the comfort of our patron*. Complex Ventilating arrangements has been provided, very High Ceilings, Double-TI t v Flooring, 360 comfortable Opera ('hairs, and complete up-to-date Stage with Dressing Rooms for Vaudeville Performances, Etc. The old custom of intermission has passed. New, latest Model BIOGRAPH MULTIPLE PROJECTORS will carry long Pictures through without stop of detection The celebrated METRO PICTURES will be installed, which bring all the famous Film Stars, including FRANCES X. BUSHMAN BEVERLY BAYNE MARY PICK FORD SIDNEY DREW and other*. This new arrangement will stimulate the love our patrons have for Photo Plays, and will also place our long sought work with no equals. Just keep your eye on the OPENING DATE and what we hare planned for your enjoyment Respectfully, HENRV A. IMWAL.D. PHOTO PLAYS IN BEL AIR AT THE NEW ARMORY Two Shows Every Monday, Wednesday & Saturday BEGINNING AT 7. IS P. M. Watch This Paper For Our Playa We have arranged for such Stara aa Francis X. Rash man Edna Mayo. Beverly Bayne. Marguerite Clayton, Richard Travera. Henry Walthall. Irene Fedwiok. Etc. SATURDAY, Deo. Oth. The Ghost's Bride, Doable Penalty, Johnny-On-The-Spot MONDAY, Deo. 11th Mlsa Marguerite Clayton In a A reel play. “The Daughter of a City" WEDNKHOAV. Dec. ISth Mies llrglna Brdn in a S reel play, “No Greater Lore” Admission 10c. OriUrei wia 12 jtm 5(. CLINTON L RECKORD, Msr. Little Drops of Water Remember how it goe; ‘"Little drop, of water, little grains of sand, make the mighty ocean and the pleasant land.” It teaches the value of little things. Little savings, little dimes piled up until they become dollars, and dollars in turn saved until you have enough of them to buy a little of that “pleasant land.” There ie no better investment then land. Population continues to increase, but there ie no more land than there was a thousand years ago. Our bank will help you to save your dimes and dollars, and eventually show you where you can profitably invest them in land if you want it The Second National Bank BEL AIR, MO. INXKRKBT ON SAVINGS ACCOUNT*.