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THE JBGIS It noted to r Its I Reliable New* and Forceful Editorial* expressed In conser vative language. $1.50 PER ANNUM —- ~~~ ~~~~ E. TUCKER & CO., I m , CELEBRATING THE OPENING OF TWO NEW DEPARTMENTS k CLOTHING DEPARTMENT | I AUTO SUPPLY DEPARTMENT WE SELLING THE We have long felt that we needed a Clothing Department and now we /''VI pvC|si|/"\D|| 17 are glad to announce that plans have been completed for it and on SATUR* v-r LL/JiYIUDILL DAY, JUNE 3rd, it will be open for business. ' , .... t . A real quality car with unturpawcd hill-climbing power. We claw the OLDS with $l5OO MEN’S SUITS, YOUNG MEN’S SUITS. cart; and its price in a 4-cylinder Touring Car it $1145 F. O. B. Factory. | BOYS’ SUITS, SUITS FOR STOUT MEN, Kelly-Sprlngfield Cord Tire alth each OLDS tee tell I AND SEPARATE TROUSERS FOR ALL Thep, 100, we tell the Sturdy, Serviceable OVERLAND CAR. Improved Model—Low 11 Price. So Many Suits to Select From—!" * “"’P 1 ?* 1 ; rm, f ° f j OVERLAND TOURING CAR . /. ~ , . serges, worsteds, cassitneres, tweeds $550 F. O. B. Factory .nd noveltiei m .n, mod.l you d...re, ft*, Week an FREE each ear. And The Prices of These Suits ‘“'I?' lhe v " yfi4ure of kelly-springfield tires ™ IU Am- i iivvo ui ntvot duiio and range up to $3O or more-and all - splendid values at the price. FABRIC CORD TUBES For The Warm Weather-Mohairs ****** 11 * e Tire ‘ yo “’ ve alway< —“ isr £SET '- •hape permanently * orl .that they wdl retainlh, wanted, at a price you can 30x3 , 1290 “ T ”“ , 2 ., 5 afford to nav now It rnsh 30 * 3 i 14.90 $18.95 2.70 And Rpmpmhpr Tllk- the Very Suit and Trou • er • y° u mu,t have are , J v 32 * J 2750 32 75 346 Ana IVememDer 1 IMS here for you. COME AND GET THEM. no more to buy a KELLY. 33 * 4 28.50 33.75 3.60 During our Opening Week we will give a Good 34 x 4 29.75 34.9 S 3.70 Dress Shirt with each Suit. : : ;; ; During Opening week u)e will give one of those good Kelly Innerlubei with each Casing. E. TUCKER & CO., Inc., harford*s b|t store FOREST HILL, MD. It is the Seeds which grow that count LANDRETH’S GARDEN SEEDS | ARE RELIABLE We handle them in bulk; also make a specialty of TOMATO SEED | Planet Junior Cultivators and Garden Tools, Poultry Wire, Drain 5c Pipe, Perfection, Puritan and Florence Automatic Cook Stoves and Spraying Material j Agents for HUDSON and ESSEX CARS j Auto Accessories and Genuine Ford Parts i F. BOND BOARMAN, Bel Air, Md. | mins PORTLHNDgpj CEMENT STORAGE i* a big factor in profitable, mar keting and economical buying. Like moM worth while thing! it work* both wav*. For the farmer or the nun in town a vegetable and fruit cellar ia a real economy. A concrete root cellar properly made, vermin proof, water-proof and permanent, will eoon pay for itaclf in more way* than one. Your dealer can fn* you plane to conttrott a email one, os* your local contractor can tpuckly hudd ter you. Either one ie apt to eumeet you we Adee Port land Cement, ‘the Standard by which all other maker TFIBATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY Mo Ojpco.'New Ywk-B-Me-fieM.liikjs MJUI Nwltunelne, Pe.-HA**, N. V.-Uede. Ala. I WHY NOT DRESS WELL ? We have beautiful LADIES' DRESSES In JERSEYS, TAFFE TAS and SILKS, From $6.00 Up. , , LADIES SUITS, all wool in the latent spring tyles and color*, From $6.00 Up. ... , . 8 NEW SPRING STORT COATS in all colors for these cool ilaya, K From lh.oo Up. . ‘ : Beautiful SPRING HATS in haircloth ami novelty fabrics and | Milan*. Trimmed in flower* and feather and sport effect*. From 11.00 Up. HOUSE DRESSES 1 Special A Super Value 'n all Slippers for Judies, Men and Children. Voiles, Organdie*, percales, ginghams, muslins, Indian Mead, pretti- ; est designs at lowest prices. BEAUTIFY your HOME for SPRING with some new cretones in the effective patterns that we arc showing. With LINOLEUMS, CONGOLEUM RUGS and MATTINGS. K Men's & Boys’ Clothing and Gents’ Furnishings in the latest pattens V ; and styles at prices to meet every purse. It ia always cheaper at 5 Gets’*. 2 KG-ETZ, Phwe 80-M, Bel Air. | HONEST NEWS’ ’ HONEST VIEWS HONEST ADVERTISING THE .dWte ALGIS AND INTELLIGENCER SPECIAL HOUSE Screen Work For the next fio’days we are making a Specialty on 1 Screen Work. A card or phone will bring our man to take the measurements and quote prices. Also all kinds MILL WORK AND LUMBER Delta Lumber & Coal Co. Delta, Pa. WANTED During the Year 10,000 Cords Peeled Poplar and Gum Palp Wood for shipment from any point ou the B. & 0., Pennsylvania or Maryland & Pennsylvania Rail roads. JOHN CONNER & SON, Street, Md. PKana Darlington TfH Buyers and shipper* for Harford, Baltimore and Cecil Counties, Md. anti New Castle County, Delaware. All Kind, of White - Washing Done with power machine. ' Cheapest way of making premises sanitary and beautiful. | S. ROBERT WHITE, i McCann's Corner Phone Darlington 7F6. ( P. O. Street WITH THE TRIMMINGS Mrs. Newlywed (giving first order to butcher over phone)—Please send me a pound of steak. Butcher—And what else, please? i “And tome gravy.” BEL AIR, MARYLAND, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2. 1922 ' GHI.UOPKACTIC A MESSAGE OF HOPE FOR HARFORD COUNTIANS CHIKOI’H ACTIC vouhUlh of adjusting the* articulations of (he human nplne to fine lh Hpinul nerves of ail impingment. YVk 1 * impiugnient, whether due to fulls, direct injury, or other oauseH, has been proven to be the CAUSE of !tmv W,V x£ all human ailments. A Chiropractor is u Drug les Physician who uses nothing but bis hands to free the*: tfervt** from Vwvylngmimt and to bring about perfect co-ordination of the entire huinun organism. | If you are handicapped in your race for life and a living, your nerve power is curtailed and ttoffnr •** a U * ft nurv * pressure which only Chirup lactic can remove. The Chiropractor removes the CAUSE and Nature does the rest It will pay you to conguil us no mutter how hopeless your ruse may seem. Our success with apparently incurable disorders here in Harford County is all the recommendation we have. No charge for consultation. Literature fit-e upon request. DR. S. K. COLLIER, JR. MON., WKD. * PHI, 1 Otriiwi .0 AH..a a P M DR. JOSEPH T. BLANCK FO " EBT H,LL MD VHIKOI’IiAUTOHM More than a Gasoline— a Scientifically Balanced Fuel for Your Motor | WHEN we introduced our improved, bal anced gasoline last year the response of motorists was enthusiastic. It needed but a brief trial to become established with thou sands of new friends. They have stayed with “STANDARD”. In the manufacture of this gasoline we combine the moat desired properties from the crudes to give you quick start* * i ing and maximum mileage. f , \ When your gasoline is right—and s \ lubrication properly cared for by Polarine—you should not find 1. Chronic overheating 2. Valve seats pitted with carbon 3. Gummed valve stems 4. Uneven running, caused liy cylinders missing > • i 5. Contamination of the lubricating oil in the 6. Necessity for frequent carbureter adjustment 7. Vile odor from the exhaust caused by incom* /MSZSw plete combustion or wasted power d Look outfor theto tymplomt. “STAND A HO" MOTOR GASOLINE will fwjp you In avoiding them. STANDARD OIL COMPANY n— M JL NOTICE TO CREDITORS ThU If to give notice that the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans Court of Har ford County. Md., letters of ad in I net rut lon on the estate of CHARLOTTE A. PRICK lata of Harford County, deceased. All persona having claims against said deceased are hereby notified to exhibit the same with the legal' vouchers thereof Oa er before the llth day af November, lilt or they may otherwise by law be excluded from sll benefits of said estata. All persons Indebt ed to said estate are requested u make Im mediate payment. •"tllVs'n tr?4>*r. IwTtftrmrtridtfA }VJC day of Hey, 1022. "" JOHN P. PRICK, AGNES K. OPPKRMAN. Administrators. NOTICE TO CREDITORS This is to give noth* that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans Court of Harford County, Md-. letters of administration on tha estate of EI.MKR GRIMMRI. late of Harford County deceased. All persons having Halms against said deceased are hereby notified to exhibit the same with the legal vouchers thereof On er before Ike Ird day el November, till or they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of said sstats. AC persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. (liven under my hand and seal this Brd day of May, 1922. JOHN 0. GRIMME!., Administrator. NOTICE TO CREDITORS This Is to give notice that the subscriber hns obtained from the Orphans Court of Harford County, Md., letters of administration on the estate of ELIZABETH GBIMMEL late of Harford County deceased. All persons having Halms against eald deceased are hereby notified to exhibit the same with the legal vouchers thereof On er before the Ird day ef November, lilt 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. (liven under my hand and seel (his 3rd day of Muy. 1122. JOHN 0. OKIMMEI., Administrator. ORDKB NISI In the matter of tha (ex seleg of the parrels of lend situate and lying in Harford County and assessed reepeHlvely to Harriet Ann Cromwell, Walter H. Padely, John Al kacento, E. V. Preston, Busan llol lend, Amanda Bowden, Ashley Hparks, Windsor T. White, V. W. Irwin, The (Robert Barge Building Co., Louis lllmaolo, (luy Diglovlnl, Blanche V. Ely. Mary A, Greenfield, Elisabeth I). Plersol William A. Wheeler, Treasurer of Harford County for Htele and (kiunty Taxee due and In arrears for the year 1921 la the Clreull Cenrl far Harford Ceunty Upon tha report, Exhibits and affidavits It is ordered this 9th day of May, In (he year Nineteen Hundred and Twenty Two, by the Circuit Court for Harford County, that the h foregoing sales made hy William A. Wheel er, I Treasurer of Harford County, on the I Oth day I of April, In (he yeor 1921, with Interest, coats I commissions, etc., be finally ratified and oon- I firmed uniaae raese to the contrary thereof he I shown by any persons Interested In said parcels | of any of them, on or before (he Ist day of June, in the year 1922, provided notice of (his order be given to sll persons Interested therein hy Insertlone of copies of thle Order In two newspapers printed and published In Harford County for four successive weeks before the Iftth day of June. 1982. WILLIAM H. HARLAN. W.S. SHIPLEY JOPPA, MD. BUTCHER Fresh and Salt Neats PROVISIONS Special attention to telephone order*. Satisfaction guaranteed. Calves lakes Monday and Thursday rim* win* m TW trlk* are more or lr likn coffa* K-ttUng thm aonm.. about the only way to cat at tlw ground*.-Man Hu Bulletin, DEDICATED TO THE BEST INTERESTS el mu County, Stale and Nation VOL. LXVII-NO. 22 AMERICA'S NEED The great need of our nation today is religion—not oocleeiastlciamj—• not sectarianism; —not the union of church and state; but tho Christian religion, fur our people, for our government, i for all our officials, and for all legislation. We need It because tho prohibition amendment la being made a mere football in so many places, and our officials are often too weak or to dis loyal to enforce it. We need it because we have had nearly thirteen hundred thousand di vorces granted in a period of forty years. NATURAL-OAS GASOLINE PRO- We need it because the fourth com mandment is so widely desecrated, and is trodden underfoot by our United States mail service. We need It because of the tremen dous burdens of taxation being laid upon our people. Wo need it because of the great wave of crime that has been sweeping over the iand. Employes are being shot down and thousands of dollars are be ing stolen every day; and the Govern ment seems powerless to pmvent it. We need It because conltaereialism. the worship of the golden calf, blinds the eyes and hardens the heart of so many of our people. We need ft because so many are pleasure-mad; indulging in oonstantef fort to be entertained and amused. We need it because there is so much secularism and lock of Christian prin ciple among our politicians. We need it because we have been trying since 1780 to sail our ship of state under a charter that makes no recognition of Divine Authority, The paramount need of our nation 1s nut a revival of business. It is not an emergency tariff, It Is not an in crease of tonnage an the seas, it is not better Immigration laws. It is not disarmament. It Is not a change of political parties. It is not education. The groat need of our nation is mors religion st the fireside; more religion is the counting room; more religion in the strife between capital and labor; mure religion in our ballot-box; mote religion In our courts; mote religion st Washington; more religion is our fun damental law. "Blessed is the nation whose God la Jehovah, the people whom He hath chosen for Hit own in heritance.” VALUE OF OILED WRAPPERS FOR APPLES DEMONSTRATED Results during 1921 In preventing apple scald in stored apples by the use of oiled-paper wrappers have con firmed all previous reports that the trouble may be controlled in this way, if the oiled wrappers carry a suffici ently high percentage of oil. The De partment of Agriculture has recom mended that the wrappers should car ry IS to 20 per cent of oil if thay are to be effective In preventing the de velopment of scald. Whan wrappers carrying a low proportion of olf, in some esses, as low as 5 par cant, have been used poorer results have been ob tulned. " The demand for the right type of oiled wrappers for apples has been so great that many of the orders from growers have not been Ailed. About 80,000 boxes of apples were pocked in oiled wrappers st Wanatobes, Wash., last season, and a similar number at Yakima, Wash. .Scald Is s transportation and store fage disease that Is produced by gases Ivon off by the apples themselves, he disease la greatly favored by warm storage and by delays In reach ing storage. It la particularly serious on the Voile Qrimes^^* varieties. In mild cases the apple 111 ■ merely tinted with brown, but in more severe coses the entire skin layer la killed. The disease looks like an ap ple rot, but Is rather a cause of ret. The gases Which cause ocold con Df” removed by ventilation or by absorb- ~ ing them with oils. Apple# scald far less In boxes, crates or ventilated bar rels than in the usual commercial bar rels, but scald can be entirely prevent ed by storing tho apples In oiled, not waxed wrappers. This treatment has been found completely successful evtn when susceptible varieties have bean ? laced in unvontilated storage and hold ar beyond their usual storage eeeecn. UPPER TREND IN ALL INDUSTRY General strengthening of the econo mic machinery of the notion was *•-, ported by Comptroller of the Currency Crisslngor by the 12 chief national bank examiners representing the Fed eral Reserve districts of the countiy at their annual meeting in Washing ton. In the main, the examiners said, there has been s notable Improvement In business conditions throughout the country, together with restored eond donce and a favorable outlook for the future. That belief was expressed, however, that progress toward normal conditions would be gradual ami not an over-night accomplishment. Marked Improvements In New Eng land business conditions was reported by Herbert W. Scott, of the Boston dis trict. Although material prices have been reduced, ne declared they are Still much higher than those of pre-war times . Havings deposits have been Increasing gradually since last fait and the borrowing of banks substantially reduced he added. In tho New York district business generally shows a wholesome trend, although still depressed In all lines, according to L, C. Border). “This depressed condition," he said. Is believed to bo still due to our West ern ami flouthern agricultural situation to taxation, to the still high living costs, and to labor costs." In the Now York district, he contin ued, It Is hoped that tho Genoa Confer eaee will Is- tho first step towards fut ure beneficial conferences which will prove to Ire more economic than polit ical. The proposed soldiers’ bonus leg islation, he added, "while strongly con demned, Is not having much effect be cause of Arm faith In President Hard ing.” Philadelphia Is well on the wey to recovery, Stephen L. Newham report er). BODY OF DEAD MAN FOUND IN TREE TRUNK With two bullet holes explaining the manner of his death, ami decom posed almost beyond recognition, tho body of J. Bernard Pattison, of How- ’• art! county, was found by William Carr and his son, Edwin Carr in a woods on the form of Thomas Pattison, the dead man’s brother. An lnr;uit hold a ver dict that tire man hot) been murdered by some one unknown was rendered. The body was discovered concealed in lire hollow trunk of a tree that hart Iven blown rlown bye storm some months ngq, anti had evidently been placed there after the murder had been committed. A bullet hole In the back of the neck, another on the right elde of the heed, and the position of the body ronvlnced the magistrate that ho had Ircen murdered. I’attlson, who was Sfl years old, hart or. -vetal occasions been confined tq Springfield Asylum, but had been rife chared as cured. He mode his home with his brother until a short while ago when because of a misunderstand ing over his working habits, be went to another form and obtained week.