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THE £GIS ii noted for its J ■ X. ii * ft V_ M * I BEST INTERESTS EtH"“ >r::! I I I p j /-\ j\T I I AND INTELLIGENCER $1.50 PER ANNUM BATTERY SERVICE ~" = 7 Slop or u ‘Je —“We must atop ut „ the Weslingliuuae place TOWN (.Sill —llicn e Mill hr sure f r r a* Ihe Imllrry oil our trip.” 1 CStlOg and Will Receive One FREE Recharge Service lUPf - A Fllling RECKORD SERVICE CO. Car WESTINGHOUSE Free bel air, md. Any BATTERIES Opposite The \rmory Phone 1 ft-J INSPECTION FREE Time ~— ■ * Free Recharge Westinghouse Batteries and Miller Tires and Tubes Fill in the above Coupon and present it to RECKORD SERVICE CO., and you are entitled to one FREE RECHARGE for your BAT TERY regardless the make. This is a Westinghouse House Service Station and sells one Grade Battery , which is Guaranteed—Not Adjusted Open from 7.30 A. M. to 10 P. M. Every Week Day WERECHARGEANDREPAIRANYMAKEBATTERY Our Repair Work is Guaranteed 6 Months tf X MMM MX IlltllWK ~W,K.K MMMJ!MM M M M M M MM M lI.K M lIHKJK M MKH.HKK M.M M M M'K M M.M MKMMM M M M,MM MMM >M K‘K M’M) K* MM K Westinghouse Batteries and Service can be obtained at any of the Westinghouse Sub-Agents below. RECKORD SERVICE CO. BEL AIR, MD. Westinghouse Battery Distributors for Harford Co. Mil Ml DON I'DHh \l A DON'S \ Morlok Oarage, Ovrrlaml Cars I'nrk Oarage Madonna Oarage. HK.I MU II IVKK Hi: (HI U K I’KUKYMAN Iteekorrt Se.viee C„ Batin,■.rs i..l K,V I) Oarage; Itri.lge Oarage Kan's (Image, ll.,ink ft Slu.lnl.akn, Hnpk.n Mnlni „| (K Oin IIKKKI.KV. Mil. Hickory Oarage .•VKKSVIU.K Berkley Garage, ford Cas. •H M • ' Heaps (image, Kurd CarK. ( 11l HCH\ 11.1. K | . . ... .loppa Motoi ( !• oid (.u -, ( ins- S I KKKI ( hurchville Garage. well Bros. DAKKIMiTON .1 MIIIKTTSVH.I.K sail.llei Oarage; (lailey liras, (la . ~ k. . . • . 1 il K r < Ford cal h. Scarborough h Garage, Nash Gars. .Jarrell .ville Garage. 1 M.I.STON KINOSVH.I.K SKW KI.I. Fußston (image. Sun him* Garage, Kingsville Garage Sewell's (image. It is the Seeds which grow that count LANDRETH’S GARDEN SEEDS I! ARE RELIABLE We handle them in hulk; also make a specialty of TOMATO SEED Planet Junior Cultivators and Garden Tools, Poultry Wire, Drain Pipe, Perfection, Puritan and Florence Automatic Cook Stoves and Spraying Material j Agents for HUDSON and ESSEX CARS Auto Accessories and Genuine hord Parts F. BOND BOARMAN, Bel Air, Md. \ NOTICE TO ( KEIHTOKS NOTICE TO I KEIHTOKS THE T".- is t.. _______ __ _ _ _ _ nliUlnsil from Um Orpham <•••. • ol Harford II FuT founty. Md. wlminUlration on Md rl||\| jl MMM 1/jmsA J mam. M '|'V r. H . Mini lute o' lln i null Countv, iii •■cmmil All I-' '*•*' OHP A A lU ol Harford Count) i Ml Haims awainst wiid deeeaaed n > -•> V I It I|| Ic It IU ■ Having rla.m - avam-t *aid deceased "• herein n , lll( , w | to exhibit tin- •nine with ll.<■ leu. .J I I I. notified to exhibit the -atne with the legal V(lU( h#r> thereof l-f *a * M v.,u.hfr. Illoro..! hr ,„„ 1., Moplrmhrr, IK: On or before the Mh day of September, 1*22 (1 . ,j rv tnuy utbervi>p by law in • . ImN from sas Solidts Your Patronage 1.. W.I PitU. nro I-..".'; . • tttsttl, . • i I.#*' Given under my hum! and real this ‘•th day .on" . f j j^-j ct SMITH. of March, 1922. lj.o/i /iJNToN SMITH AHT,,I lt " " A "- v " i " Conservative NOTICE TO CREDITORS DC A I L’CTATC and Absolutely Safe Thi* is to rive notire that the subscriber ha* 4 X X \—A , obtan#e#| from the Orphans Court ol Harford County. Md letters testamentary on the Estate . , r r I II) C of _ . t-. r* *r- i i Member ol Federal Keserve by stem, Consult E. C. Kirkwood „ ’ property solicited. 1,1 the World vf.ueh.-r, tboro.il E. C. KIRKWOOD On kof.ro .ho Alh ol Soplo-hor. 11 R 1 A • A j PAfclfiH * t or they may otherwise l#y law l*e excluded from f K/f ' HAIR BALSAM oil of •„! o.rr.. AM Ir..n. indehtod J. hone Bel Air 56-J. fiSSySjl at 0.... prwuo. of mll I to said estate are requested to make immediate AMr Bips to irtillisUtesdnC. I imynwnt . Xfl I fiiven under my hand and seal this 6th day of WM P stkpik Advertise in The T.gis MM <f\ BEL AIR, MARYLAND, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 24. 1922 WX’XjX X XtX X M K X X K XX XX KXK KWfe K M Bull & Culp DEALERS IN I Routrh and Dressed Yel- | | low Fine and Cypress f \ LUMBER j S LATHS, MILLWORK, ” | MOULDING, SASH, f | DOORS, BLINDS jj ETC. Window & Door Frames | A I,HO if u I Screen Doors & Window v | Screens a Specialty | Niagara Hard Wall Plaster, I Wall Board, Bricks, Cement and Hydrated Lime. 1 1 2 “Quick Service” I Our Motto 'I Ic ! | J Mill and Lumber Yard | I just behind I First Presbyterian Church BEL AIK, MD. | Phone :6-J i.iyi>CW<'BJlO<SW,J('lo>CK,'O<;iß Bllrt< X X K k K 1 WHY NOT? I Mary—The Knglish language i> j called the “mother tongue.” Jimmy—Why shouldn’t It he? Fa I ther never gets a chance to ue it. KUNKEL -_4 | GETZ BKOB. jj PHARMACISTS JEWELERS OPTOMETRISTS 0 A Message to the Women of Harford County /) ('lll'll | • I IMMllrll 111 lillliw in MV mill CIIMV 111 ||U|MIM 111 Q • Knlr \ Well limili- 111 I'lllll'ait lull n unit \ ill i ill •li nil 111 \ lilimil lull IIHW 11 m■ 11 in li'inlilll' [) f- 1" i "nil mill Uni' I'liii/i' l*;\l m liiiik lnln I'm \ '•••• ihhl iiiiniiii liililc iHmi I iiu Nn [) hHMB nmic In ••111 ulm • U vv * - ,11 i X V'® •' Hniillm y Iniliil I'lii vmi ininn limmcil nl v H | GET IT FROM GETZ Q Hi: I, Mlt'S I. KAIIINC Mill li STIIKK l.l|i|Hiilp I In- I tourthmiw Haynes America’s First Car Model 55 Touring - $1595 Model 75 Touring - $2395 WM. T. MEYERS Distributor 172. T North Charlen Street BALTIMORE, MI). AGENT Wanted in Harford County. Write for particulars PRICES OF Phila., Diamond Grid Storage Batteries j In Effect at Once (Oltll, ( HKVIIOI.KT I'm, OVKRI.ANIt 1, 111 U K I, I Hi Spi'niil tfJOC AA | mu- year gnu l mt-■ ipfcO.Uw [ FORI*. (IIKVROI.KT l!Hi. OVERLAND I, 111 U K I, 11(1 I.SA dOA AA 18 mniithx (niamnlc** pOvr.v/v/ I HKVItOI.I'.T 111. I ASK, I I iI.K. < 11 AI Ml. US, (TIANHI.KR „ 111 K K .1 I. I- X 111 n O'. 1,1 111., V.WWFI.I. 2111*1 -W ‘U'-tft nn 111(1 SiH-cial "I, cai yimiiml*'. f w,w ( IIKVItOI.KI Fli, TASK, COI.K, ( IIAI.MKKS. I HANOI,KI: . . 11l If K (I. ESSEX, IHUSON MS K|„ MWWFI.I, 'll 2\ ■>■>, 00 111(1 I.SA 18 m'liilli Kiimaiiti , i * IiOIUIK 'ill! I.SA 1 1 mnntli k xit j(i n t ■*- d* 4 a i\i\ FRANK I,IiJIHU.UU MAXWKI.I. Till 1,1 A 111 18 Mmiilli yu.i. :mi<.,. $40.00 work as cheap as is consistent with Rood workmanship and material. All jobs guaranteed WE WELD I HARFORD GARAGE, Bel Air. Trsf SIMON GETZ Everybody Invited To brin a pir( rof your tarniuhrd Silverware and we will show you how simple it l to ■ Iran and hriglilt-n Milvrf without rubbing, (Hunting or scratching with NO RUB Electric < leaner Plate. Quirk, Convenient, Satisfactory and Kronoiniral Prepare for the Spring Rain UMBRELLAS SI.OO and Up The MARCH areheie^l Sole Agent For Victor Victrolas 'X** SALE BY Assignee of Mortgagee llv virtue nf On* |mui'l' Mini Niithority cuiilnlii- I is I in a Mortgage I nun I .coin* i d Jones mid will* 1m Hu* Kfliji'inl Irohl llmik of llnlllinme, n Immlv i'Mi|Mii-n(o, tint,si lh*’ 2(fth liny nf December in On* yi'Hf Oils, anil recorded among Hip I .Mini liei-onls ol llhi I'oil I'nunty in I.(!••• J A It. No I til. folio ISO, now ln < l*| in due enuisp nf Hwiidini'iit liy tlio undersigned, W. Mt-aliy Hoi- Inn, default having occurred (herein, I "'ll offer t Public Auction, t the Court limine <looi'. in Pel Air. Mnryluiid. on Monday, March 27th, 1922 AI II o'clock A. M . Hie UKAI. KRTATK desei'ilied in said mnrlgiige con slut in u ol llmi Fine Farm ml joining (he village of pHrlington. in (he filth Klectiim District of ||ai'for*l CmiiUv, formerly known an the Whllefniil Kurin ami lelely o*'i'ii|iit'*| hy l.s*nnil .lones, ronlHiniiiH 113 Acres, more or less " liirh is alto described in n *l*ssl from Charles I 1 sipes ami wile (o (lie naiil I .eonai d Join's, •luted tin* .null tiny of January. IMIW, ninl re rotiled anioiig sni*! I.enti Umcoiils in l.iher J. A. It. No. I_* f.ilio 122. Tilts farm has good productive soil nod Is 1 most inlMintauisillsly Hiliint •■*( nod Ih improved willi it good k f A| “w DWKI.I.INtJ ANI • A CAPAf. HU'S MAUN AND STItAW HtM'SK ninl other llnlldiiiita. TKKMS OK HAI.K A deiNisii oi tilnn will !•*• maiired til tho •hoe of sale, one-third of tlt*. ha la nee on Ih*. ri* 11 Hen I ion *.f sale, one-third in sis ,n,,nl It fr*nn the dai> >( sale ami lialam-e in on< yetir from dale ,( side, (Its* deferred piiviiipiils In iM itr lnl.-r.Hit from dale oi sale, nr all cash at Him option nf pm * hasei, V\ IIKATTY IIAid.AN, , Assign* 1 * 1 nl MorigamH' Committee’s Sale liy virtue of a decree f the (’limit ('mill for i Mai (mil t 'onnly, m K.iiulty passed on the 2 lih 1 day ol Keliiumy. pi l In the Matter ~f the f iisonndnesH of Mind of Ki*sl*m o k Itobinmii.-' ' Hie uinletnignisl, the ('oininlttwa ihereln naim-d, "ill offer al I’uhlie Sale at the Court IlniHe door. in Del Air, Maryland, on Monday, March 27th, 1922 Al 12 o'clock M . ail that Lot or Parcel of Land j Silnalo near Koliinsnn's Mill, alioiil two miles . lion* Dublin, in (he Fifth Kleelion Dl.lrhl ol , Mm lord 1 'iiinilv, Mu* y nml. eonlaliiilii' 9 Acre,, 3 Roods, 11 3-4 Perdii'S toon* or less, In mu (lie same and all (he In in I di'xi'tilled in a deed limn W. Worthington Hop kins and l. I'niil Mi'Nahh to Krederlek Itohln ( son. doled June .Mil. lulu and recorded among Mn Land Uncords ol Harford t'ounty in I.IIh-i 1 ■I A. K Nii liil lull., KiK. , The inipiiivumenli* consist nf i v* a 'OM ft HIT A 111 .H. liWKI.Iy INt; IIOIISK. STAIH.K AND fliiiff!?| ODTIH’M.DINHK. VXQHISafIa TF.KMH OF HAI.K The tenmi nf sale are ;One-lhliil of Urn * pm < hase money to l,*> paid in -a> li on day nl | sale, or on the ralKicnllon thereof, in the dh I'lellnn nl the unilersignc*l . oni'-lhild in si . inonllis ami the residue In twelve nmiilliN, nr all I rash at Hie option of the pm chasei. Tho ri'wlll j pi'Vineiils to hear Inleresl Imm (tic (lav nl sale , ami In he seemed hy the notes nr (mods o( Hie pm* haser with surety to he approved hy tin* undersigned. I W. WOKTIIINOTON HOPKINS. Committee, f (’ Itn hnrdsoii A Ilm., Auctioneers, - - i 11 ■ - .I i —-. ( Assignee’s Sale I OK Valuable Real Estate HITI ATF. NKAK KAI.MIA IN IIAKKOKH COUNTY liy yirluu of tho laiwer and aulhoillv eonliiinoil la a moil gage from James K LI rooks a*l I.hiii a Itrooks, tils wife, to Henry A. Wliilakei. dated nil nr alaail the '.’lllit day of October In Hie year nineteen hundred and seventeen, mid recorded amongst the I.and Keeorda of Hin'lmd < minty in I.llht J. A. It. No. If7, folio rf. and duly unsigned In Jiieoh A. Dnxen, on oi ala ait (he Iwenly-lhlid day of Kohiimry, 1922. •IcfiniM tinving oeeurred llierein, Hie timid signed, assignee of said iirnigage. will sell al Public Sale at the courthouse ihair in Hel Air, on Monday. April 10th, 1922 AI 12 n’eloek M., Hie follow ing described prop erly, that is to say; ALL THAT PARCEL OF LAND rompnsed of Inn'la or pails of tracts of land called ''Aihlilh Pelrla” and "llnrdstnno," or hy whatsoever name nr names known or * I!••*!. situate on the southwesterly side of the piddle load hading from (he Stall' Hoad near Kalinin to Janncy'x folding, in the Third Klerlinn District of Harfoid Countv. eniilidnlng 17i ACRES mure or less, licing the same ami all Hie lands conveyed hy and dcscrilied in a ileed from Hie vcnson A. Williams, alloriniy, ami iinolhei to Hie said Janies K llnaiks ninl Laura lirooks, dated on or about the twenty si.lh day of Oelo her. in Hie yeai nineteen humlred and seven teen, and refolded amongst the Land Heeord" ol llarfnrd County in I.llwr J. A. it No. lAh I folio 7(i | The Iniprovemeiila on thin A properly consist aloim HWKI.I.INIi IIOIIHK, under li||R3 slat* naif, sinlfl" ami some BBBBHP other onHailhling' l In gmsi le paii, and lias on It some fruit liens The great ei part of Hie land Is eh'lii ami In a giasl Male of cultivation. Mil uni" ns this propel tv is. near Hie State Hoad, in a gotsi neiglds" iesal. eonveiiient to shin s, mllla, schiada and ehurehea, It could hi made a valuable properly. I MIMS OK HAI.K One third of the purehase money to he paiil in cn ah on Hie day of sale; one-third in >•' months ami (lie balance In twelve oonlhs fioin I day ol sale, and to In* secured !• Hi* nili'lm- I Hon of the assignee of said nort/i/e, r all < imli al option of purchaser or purchasers, cied ' It payments in hear Interest from day of sale J A COM A IIOXKN. Assignee of sanl morlgii ” | I W Thompson, Auctioneer Lenten Devotions will lie hf’M on Friday Evenings Al H o’clock, in th Chapel of St. Joan of Arc ABERDEEN, MD. A mission will he given in the of ,St. Joan of Arc, fluting Holy Week. All an* cordially Invited to attend both the lenten geiviceg and Lite mittalon. , REV. F. X. SIGOINS. DISCOUNT SALE In order to make room for apring good- I will e|| iit a hpedal diHcount until March 101 hor no long an my pre ent -lock of the following iterriH laeth: Men’s, Womens’ & Children’s Gloves Underwear, Sweaters, and cer tain Numbers of Shoes, 30 per cent. Dist. Aluminum Ware 25 per cent Oil Cook Stove*, Oil Hei’.er* ail Chunk Stoves 20 per cent. 1 j and 25 Per Cent. Protein Dairy Feed al the Right Price. Walter G. Coale C HURCHVIf LE. MD An Ohio man died and left SIOO,OOO to a gitl who had raflined t< marry him • bowing that gratitude ih not a hmt mi tin*. .Va.-Jivilb' Southern Lumherinan Vou can’t make 21 xllk purge from a how’ p. u. but many a hiik*r’ purge ix lined with (fold from a workei'x hide DelM. Magazine. VOL. LXVII-NO. 12 •*\VK WANTED A CHANGE” Wo won* getting a dollar, h!x bite for our com, Wo oould sell ovory hide, from tho hoofs to tho horns, Wo wanted a change and wo got it. Now wo'ro getting a quarter for corn —it’s so cheap That we'll burn it for fuel, our toes to keep warm; Wo can't soil tho hides, so wo bury them deep; Hut wo wanted a change and wo got it. The poor workingman pulled down eight bucks a day, Now ho darned glad to work for half of thal pa* Hut ho warn, d a change and ho got it. There was work and a plenty for ovory man's son, And warm food and shelter when that work was done, Now millions are idle whore before there wore none, Hut we wanted a change find we got it. Mr. Wilson spent quite a long time over there For peace he wan fighting, but what did we care ? We wanted a change and we got it. Now all thal we read of \ golf and vacations, (lay week-ends at summer resorts and plantations, (Not what we expected from the head of the nation); Hut we wanted a change and we got it. We were prosperous and happy, well fed and gay, Now millions of children go hungry each day. We wanted a change and we got it. Meanwhile we hear tills: “It was cer tain to come”— "Reaction from war lime”—and war three years done! If we wanted a lemon we sure did pick one. Well, we wanted a change. Now wo’ve got it. —Omaha World Herald. MARYLAND TO HAVK OWN CROP REPORTS A crop reporting service similar to that now In effect in many other States has been established for Maryland thru a recent agreement between the United Slates Human of Markets and Crop Estimates and the University of Mary land Extension Service. John S. Deuce, formerly located at Atlanta as agricultural statistician for Georgia and the United States Depart ment of Agriculture, has been assign ed to head the new department and will have his office at College Park. Mr. Denee has had wide experience In all phases of crop reporting work. He ro re going to Atlanta he was in charge of similar work at New Orleans for a period of six years. The new department will give Mary land the advantages of a cooperative service for the collection and publica tion of crop and live stock statistics without the confusion of duplicate sets of reports which are unavoidable where State and Federal agencies work independently. Mr. Deuce’s reports of crops will cover acreage, yield, condi tion, and foreca.ds of production based on growing condition. Livestock re ports will be issued several times dur ing the year ami onco a year a sum mary of the number of head and the estimated value of the various types will he prepared. The new service will be particularly valuable to the farmer and will fill a long-felt want In the State. ——— TOMATO INDUSTRY HANDS IN BALANCE A determined effort to save the valu able tomato growing industry of Mary land through some form of practical cooperative agreement between grow ers and caners is to be made in a forth coming meeting of committees repre senting the Maryland Agricultural So ciety and tho Tri-Slate Canners’ Asso ciation. This announcement was made by D. (I. Harry, president of the Maryland Agricultural Society, in making known the personel of the committee to re present that organization and the in [crest of the growers. A similar com mittee is to he appointed hy William Silver, of Aberdeen, president of the Tri State Canners Association and the two groups will hold their first meeting at an early date. J. K. Fatten,, Dorchester County; A, (}, Ensor, Harford County; and C. C. fielder, Somerset County will com (rose the growers’ committee. HIGHEST HOTEL IN WORLD IS PLANNED I ‘lans for the world’s largest hotel, to contain •‘<ooo guest rooms and to he built on Michigan boulevard at a cost of more than $12,000,000, were an nounced here. It will In? 20 stories high. The announcement followed the sale of a block of land for $2,000,000 on which the new hotel, to he known a*< I la* Stevens will be built. The an nouncemont was made by James W. Stevens, president of the La Salle Ho lel Company. According to Mr. Stevens, the hotel will contain a convention hall with a seating capacity of 1000, a banquet hall seating 1040 and a dining-room seating 1000. One of the most notable innovations will be an aeroplane landing on the roof of the hotel more than a block long. The hotel is to he located Just south of the Mlaekstone. IS AMERICA BECOMING FANATIC While thousands of slender people are dieting and exercising to increase I heir weight, as many or more are ex ercising and taking drugs to reduce their weight. A noted doctor says, Mutilate the body. Cut out the appen dix, and the tonsils, and ovaries and everything cine the surgeons can re move without Immediate death. (Jut ting out the appendix can no more aveif inflammation of the bowel which in called “appendicitis” - than cutting off the none to avert a cold! Removal of the appendix is always followed hy chronic constipation. The Missouri State Hoard of Health wants to enforce a rule that no man, woman or child be permitted to enter a rail way ear without a eelifleate that he, die or it has been vaccinated against smallpox within the past three years. That Is the sort of thing we are corning to if the people don’t watch out! SUPPLIES RUST IN OPEN Motor trucks hy the hundreds, gas en gines, dump wagons, picks and shovels by Hie thousands, representing thous ands f dollars which were turned over to the State Roads' (Wmirnission hy the government, are rusting and rotting in an open field on a road between the Harford and Hel Ait Pikes in Haiti more County. The first of this equipment was plae ed there about a year ago, and It is un 1 derstood that at some time or another it will he distributed to the various counties in the State, l HARK 1(1 TH'S SAI.AKV AS Ml I'll IS I'RKSIIIKNT HARDING'S Habe Ruth’s salary from the New York American longue baseball learn for the next five years is to he at least $7.>,00q a year. In addition, he is to 1 receive #SOO for each home run. Thii been on known at the era! of the bar gaining to night. If he matches his record last yeai of fifty-nine home run - he ** II have 120,500 on top of his salary during the season. The salary of the President of the I'ailed Stales is $75,000 a year.