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I THE JBGIS la noted (or ite JReliablo New* and Forceful (Editorials expressed in conaer jvative language. $1.50 PER ANNUM It is the Seeds which grow that count i 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 v Pipe, Perfection, Puritan and Florence Automatic Cook Stoves and Spraying Material \\ I Agents for HUDSON and CARS I Auto Accessories and Genuine Ford Parts F. BOND BO ARMAN, Bel Air, Md. CHI H OPHACTIC A MESSAGE OF IIOPE FOR HARFORD COUNTIANS 1,^9.* ’RACTK’ consists of adjusting the aiticulationsof the human spine to fiw the spinal nerves or all impingment. This impingment, whether due to fulls, direct injury, or other causes, has tju P rove [ l tw b® the CAUSE of fully 90'; of all human ailments. A Chiropractor is a Drug less I hysician who uses nothing hilt his hands to free these nerves from impingment and to bring about pei feet co ordination of the entire human organism. If you are handicapped in your rare for life and a living, your nerve power is curtailed and there l.* undoubtedly a nerve pressure which only Chiropractic can remove. The Chiropractor removes the CAUSE and Nature does the rest It will pay you to consult us no matter how hopeless your case may seem. 0 Our success with apparently incurable disorders here In Harford County is all the recommendation we have. No charge for consultation. Literature free upon request. DR. S. K. COLLIER, JR. MON.. WED. * FKI. ? Office: .u a. m ti>ii p.... D R JOSEPH T. BLANCK FOREST M,u - MD CIiIKdPUAOTOH* making dependable prodnel* JSSm which till, coiii|>any has among the great motoring public lout \ taken years to hnilil ii|> anil la to. I1 day ila greatcat aaacl, **■ . | v Alkmil Gasoline IF two rrfincra had the samp p<|iii|impnt and ae r<‘B to the Hump mi|i|dy of crtidp oil they could boll, make good gu*uliiii> IF thfy holh had the ean.p ainoiint of skill. Hut thp fact remain* that thprp are widp variuliona in (lip ga*olino mild to day, jit rat a* there are good, had and indifferent clothe*, linker*’ ]iip* and utiloniohilp lire*. Your motor will run on iiiohl any gunnline. It hua heen deinoiiHlnited that u Imlanml fuel will run il heller mid /WilSl) more Ilian gam,line thul i* haploi/nrd. tvl^vJ “Standard” la carefully refined In give a hulnneed, well- mr roinideil |M-rforinniiee in your motor. Il ha* light, inter mrdiule tool heavy eonalitm nl* that nlwnva inaure ijiilek 'JT® •tuning, full | lower uml niiixiiillinl mileiige. I jfejlJjJH To gel the heat reaiill* from “Standard” (iaaoline me BIV^VV Polurine Oil—a right grade for every egg. STANDARD OIL COMPANY I J “STANDARD” Hh The Balanced Gasoline! iloA HTLHS ENT SOMETIME a porch is the one thing needed to add that coiy look every home should have. If so, the three thing* to consider arc expense, appearance and permanence. Three men in your community will gladly an awar these three questions—the contractor, the architect and the building material dealer. In fart the dealer will help you deal srith the other two. arm —iiirsd 99 the ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY Ijlii flpr<> i N*v Ya*fc—Bo*tn— Phimddpbm MtlU: N||S<|"-| P-.-HnrUni N. V.-U*fc Al*. THE T&S&& /CGIS Kempel & Anniger | CUSTOM TAILORS 215 E Fayette Street BALTIMORE. MO. Established 1898 OUR SHOWING OK SPRING SUITINGS AND OVERCOATINGS comprising the newest fables and weaves in all the latest colorings, are now ready for your early approval. Clothe* Made-to-Order by expert tailors who are under our direct supervision. Every garment is made to At and please the wearer ab solutely. J. G. HOOPER House Painter and Grainer R. O. BEL AIR. MD AND INTELLIGENGER BEL AIR, MARYLAND, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 23. 1922 1 \ i j i 4 * * t 1 4 4 j * j J i ■ 4 Where You 1 henry t. crocker, Dei Air, m.i. John hopkins, sr„ iii Air, Md. Can Hum DOJIKNICK ROSSI. Bel Air, Md. J. A. WHEELER, R e | A |r, Mil S. M. GENTRY, Fountain Green, Md., R. D. Del Air, Md. U. S. Tires i KUNKEL r SERVKCn COMPANY I Your Horn Can’t Take The Place I of Your Brakes 1 You can’t bl"w a sharp curve out of ■ the road—a boulder off the highway an ■ infant out of your path—nor can your I horn help you ease d iwn steep hills, ■ Raybestos grips like the handshake of I your best friend costs less than accidents. w Buy what you re *d—apply it yourself M or better still let us do the job for you, ■ One year guarantee on passanger cars ■ —come in and let us apply a set tor you, I' Bel Air Rond, Bel Air H THE NEW I CHANDLER SIX [ Sets The Vogue For Smart Gars NOW *1595 f. O. B. CLEVELAND D. LEE Distributor (or Harford County 1 THE CHANDLER MOTOR CAR CO., CLEVELAND I - I REAL^ESTATE Houses, BaUinf Lots and Farm S. E. DAMERON PbMM B1 Air 802 BEL AIR, MD. GRANVILLE C. BOYLE Licensed Auctioneer Real Estate ami Personal Property. 1 Satisfaction jcuarantewl. I K. ]>. ARKKDKKN, Ml). | Phone Churrhville 2.1. Read The JEgia Am again in Bel Air ready to do your Metal Roof Work, Spout ing, Tinning, Etc. I I Advocate Cortright Metal Shingle* Prompt Service. Fair Prices N. R. FLEMING ( In with John T. Wildonon) BEL AIR, MD. I'hone 7G- J TECHNICAL TRAINING For Men end Women Ttia lrai*l (intitule with tin auparb Ini Ud ine and ni*nin<-eMI lalmiaiurr ami marlilM • Im>|i aijulpmenl. ffen tier ill tar aibanlaae* In qualifying bog* *n<l girl* (nr ape.lal railing*. ENGINEERING—4-yanr Court. Laadlng to B. I. Deere# Electrical Civil Mechanical I‘rovMet a Ihoroiijh knowledge i.f baalr prln alpla* underlying all analnoeiiiie Theory and Karllr# go li.ii'f In hand Work la eiad* prar ■al Ihruneh Ilia Co nperall*# Ceuroat by iah- Ine advantage ( Ilia grv.il auiMh'P <>( Ih# world I'hila-Wldila, i lauruota bialrarllm and ro - opal a (to a piarllr* allernalr 111 three limnlli period* Ibinneh XnpboOnir* Hid JUlller gaei*. HOME economics secretarial Tli# Hi hull iit (Inina Krnnumlra edf.ra ■ four year murir laadliij: In Iba H H drgraa I nirlruliiin pi nr I da. Illi.ral ireliw. a I e. I oration and llmiuigli lialnlng In Hmn#.||i Mr-lain r and lb* Ihunn.llr Ail., uulud.na lhriui< Nora Inf. lire..making, Mitlinnv. In Mm* lle.lgn, tli- Mm rim Hi Imlode. Ivo and four year mure*. and equip* (or evcrauryiMn* to avvru lira*. (Mialne.a men. allorneg*. bank*. Addraa# K. C. MATHESON, LL.D., Pr... DREXEL INSTITUTE Box li 32nd and Chaatnut Sta. Philadalphia, Pa. JACOB A. DOXKN, Hollcltop OKIIKB NISI In (hr* matter f (he aaln of the Heal Ratal, rcfnrrcd In and deacrlbad In n mortgage from J. Kinney Colllna end Roet. Colline, hie Wjf. to Jacob A. lioxen. darted tha 24th day of No vombvr in tha year IWIW. and recorded emong (hr* I/end Hetorda of llnrfoni County In Wbar J Al( No. 172 folio INH. default havintf or. rurrad (herein. I fn (he Circuit Canrt for Harford Canal V. In Knatly Ordered thie Mb dny of Juno. 1022, that tha nli*4 mdw nod report ad In Iba above entitled iMiiae by Jacob A. fkrxan, Mortgagee. La finally confirmed unlnee cause (o the contrary thereof bn nhuwn, on or before tha 3rd day of July, lb n : provided a copy of thin order be Inaarlad In aorae newspaper publlehad In Harford Coun ly. aforesaid once In each of three (8) aua rrMlv* warku before tha 3rd dy of July, 1022, Tha report atataM the ambunt of Balaa to be 81200.00, D. CIILPIN WILSON, Clark. True Copy, Tael: l>. 011.IMN WILHON, Clark, I W. WORTHINGTON HOPKINM ANI> HTAN |,KY M, HPKNCKR, A Harney a. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Thle la to give notlra that the aobecrlber baa obtained fioin the Orphana Court of Harford County. Md., lattara (actamantary on tha aa lalc of 101/A 0. BKRRILI* lute of Harford County, dacaaaad All paraona buying clalmn agalnet eald deceased are hereby noli And to exhibit tha earna with tha legal voiicbera thereof i On ar kefara tha 2lh day af November, 1021 or they may otherwise by law be excluded from ull bni.r-f tie of eald aetata. All paraona Indebted to eal>( o.ini era re<|uoelml to make Immediate payment. . I Olvon under my hand and aaal thle 28th dny of Mny, 1*22. HA HOI/1) O. Cl WHOM, Executor. | C.C. RICHARDSON & BRO - Auctioneers Real Kutate and Peraonal Property Sold. Paper approved and Clark fur ni.hed when Deal red. Sall.ruction | guaranteed. Tarma 1 per cant BKL AIR. MD. Phone *l7 Il’a all right to take thing, eaay pro vided they don’t belong to aomebody elae. i a * O. RAM.HOAD OFFERS PREM IUMS I The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company offer* two premium* of SUH) each for boy* and girl*, one from each county traverned by their railroad, to be given for the calendar year of 1922 for the most efficient or outstanding work In boys’ and girls’ club work. The premiums may be won for work done in corn club, potato club, pig club, tomato club, poultry club, canning club, sewing club, or In fact any kind of club project started under the super vision of the University. The Judges will be members of the Extension Ser vice of the respective states, but the I B. & O. Railroad requires the follow -1 Ing of the winners! Each winner will supply the Haiti ' more and Ohio H. R. with a carefully I prepared report of his or her club work I giving both cost and poduction figures the report to be illustrated with ade ' iiuate kodak plcures Illustrating his ' dub work, and accompanied with a pic ture of the winner himself. The winner may use the |IOO prem ium for either one of two purposes. It may be used for scholarship at a State University providing the winner can so use It within 12 months from the date It la awarded. In the event that the winner Is not In a position to use the scholarship within Uie 12 months or in the event he does not desire to use it in that way he has he alternate of using It to defray the expenses for a weeks educational trip which will be properly planned, chaperoned by rep resentatives of the B. A 0. Railroad, j The trip to the boys from West Vir ginia, Virginia, Maryland and Pennsyl i voids will be the first week in Decem i bci at the time of the International | Livestock Sho,w. Here is a chance I fur the boys and girls of Harford Coun | ly to do the must efficient work and i prove to the State that they are entl- I tied to the trip. It is up to you boys 1 and girls Whnt you are going tq do ' about It. _ THE FETE OF EIGHTH AM) FLOWERS The service at the Cathedral grounds during the Fete of Light and Flowers on Tuesday evening, June Oth was Im posing and inspiring. Twenty-two pa triotic societies marched up the nave, us outlined, while a band played On ward Christian Soldiers. Magnificent ' silk Hags some with gold cresses on tup of the stuff, some with gold eagles | were carried by the standard bearers of the different societies. An appro pilule service on the program was con ducted by Archdeacon Rev. Dr. Hel- I fenstein which consisted of prayers, I the reading alternately of a (malm ami ' the singing of hymns with band ac -1 cumpanlment. The blessing of the I Hugs concluded the religious service when the bearers wore requester! to , bring the Hags to the chancel rail. It | was explained that this custom was 1 one that had prevailed for centuries I oven back in the Fagan times. Inapir- I Ing speeches wore then made by Gov. Ritchie, Mayor Broenlng's son, who represented the Mayor and the Rev. I Dr. Magruuder. Harford County was represented by the following members of the Gov. Wm. I’uoa Chapter of the Daughters of the Amertcan Revolution! Mia. A. I M. Fulford, Regent; Mrs. J. J. Brad shaw, Mr*. John H. Young, Mr*. Mc- I Alllsler, Mrs. B. J. Williams and Mrs. ’ W. J. 'ilium. fft— LOWER PRICES FOR VARIOUS HIGHWAY MATERIALS RE PORTED A considerably lower level ot prices for the various items entering Into highway construction Is reported. This conclusion Is hosed on the following price* by successful hlddels,p#jfjdr'd aid roads during April and are 1 ed for the whole of the United States. Some of the flgures cover a large vol ume of work well distributed over the country, while others are bused either on small volume* or scattering reports. The figure* which cover the cost In i place are as follows: Earth excavation common 83 cents a cubic yard; rock excavation, $1.20 a cubic yard; grovel, $1.44 a cubic yard; sand-clay 45 cents a cubic yard; crushed stone, $3.42 a cu- | blc yaixl; structural concrete of var ious classes ranges from sl4 to $21.20 a cubic yard. For surfacing the fol lowing are the price* by the square yard: Gravel, 40 cents; surface-treated macadam $1.00; bituminous concrete $107; plain cement concrete $2.17; re inforced cement concrete $2.54; and brick, $3.70. Reinforcing steel has cost $0,053 a pound ami structural atari $0,0511 a pound. Cement has been fur nlkbed to contractor • by the following States at hire price* given by the bar rel: New York $1.73; Wisconsin $1.04; ami Arkansas $2.70, FRUIT GROWERS The annual meeting of the Stale Horticultural society this year will be held on the Eastern Shore. The plun 1* to assemble ut Easton ul 3.30 P, M. on Thursday, July 13 and visit u num ber of orchards around. Entertain ment will Ire furnished by the Farmer* Federal ion, Rotary Club and Men’s Community Course ut Easton. Hous ing facilities at both hotels and private homes will lie furnished. All those thinking of attending and desiring ho tel or private home accommodations should write the County Agent stating how long you would like these accom modations. The Annual Horticultural meeting la always one of great benefit to all. __ HURRICANE SERVICE READY TO I FLASH PROMPT WARNINGS ) . “Bo alert anil ready to distribute warnings” Is the gist of the inetrur -1 Horn sent by the Weather Bureau, to I all it* SouUr Atlantic and Gulf coast stations, In preparation for the hurrl rnne season, which Is about to begin. Although August, September and Oc tober are the critical times, hurricanes are a menace to shipping In those wa- U-rn from June to November. The bu reau exerts every effort to prevent des truction te life and property at sea ami ashore by broadcasting warning* of I the approaching storm. * "ROPE OF TAILS" TESTIFIES TO WORK AGAINST RODENTS A rope marie of 3,000 gopher (ground squirrel) tall* was recently on display at the office of the Montane Extension Director. The rope ws* made by the lllnckfoot Indian ehlof, Spllt-F.ar, ami bin tribal assistants, who live near Browning, In Glacier County, Mont. I The Indians hsve taken an active In terest In the campaign against the ro dents and after burying more than j 1,400 ground squirrels, decided |n sa tells for the 19-foot rope now on ex 1h r Git ion. It Is estimated that at least 15,000 rodent* were destroyed by the Indians during the drive. THE FIRST PAPER Paper was first ; -do by Chinese. ' . They knew the sec Art of It* manufac ture in the first century of our time— possibly earlier. I From the Chinese, the Hindus. Per sians and Arabs found out about paper and these in turn paseed on the know ledge to the Greeks, from whom the other European nation* learned of it. ( The first paper mills were set up In Spain by the Moor* in 1154, In which year factories were established at Val ei.cia and Toledo. Their materials were rags, gras*. Jute and bark. Wood pulp a* an In gredient la a modern discovery. , I DEDICATED TO TU B.EST INTERESTS af Mr j Ornti, State ate Mattel VOL. LXVH-NO. 21 GREAT SYSTEM OF HIGHWAYS PLANNED FOR UNITED STATES A system of highways that will serve tho whole country and will be far su perior to any other in the work! k being mapped out by federal and elate engin eers. It is estimated that the system will comprise 180,000 miles of road' ‘ Tho Federal highway actrecentlyenac ted specifically requires that all Fed eral old be spent on a connected sys tem of highways consisting of not more than 7 per cent of the road mileage in each State, and that this system shall consist of interstate or primary roads and Intereounty or secondary roods. Proposed systems have been received by the Bureau of Public Roads from all but eight States. They are plotted on a large map of the United States and carefully examined as to coordina tion with the roads of adjacent States and service Do all sections of the coun try. Where coordination Is not satis factory conferences are held with all interested State Highway officiate and routes adjusted. Many States have already adjusted difficult problems with Uheir neighbors, As sa example the system sent in by Nebraska showed a big gap In an Im po riant road along the northern boun dary. It was learned, however, that South Dakota would folow with a sys tem that would fit like picture* on toy . blocks. Since the Federal highway act of last November became a law, only roads certain to he on tho system have been approved for construction. RECORD TIMBER SALK MADE BY FOREST SERVICE The largest timber sale negotiated In s number of veers by the Foreat Service was made on June 2, when 61)7 million feet of timber In the Sierra National Forest, California, ware awarded to a San Francisco lumberman. The bid prices per I,OOV feet are; Western yellow pine $3; sugar pins, $4.26; white und red fir, $1.50; incense cedar $1.60. A price of 50 cents per 1,000 feot Is also fixed for unmerohant table timber removed at the option of tho purchaser. Tho purchaser lots a two-year construction perl|d, and a 88- year operating period fixed in the agreement. This sale will also make possible the removal of about 700 million feet of privately owned timber i An Initial investment of approxl-jH mately $3,600,000 is required for velopment, especially for tho conet nicy m lion ot a standard gauge railroad, to | open up the area, which lias hitherto •] been Inaccessible for logging opera- | lion*. A provision In tho contract will secure the u*o of a portion of this road 1 in an equitable manner as a commas I carrier, end It will later be utilised M remove additional National Forest tim ber. Since the timber Involved in ths sale is mature und has been subject to recurring insect infestation, It* sail), at this time, together with the genera] opening of the area, Is considered very desirable. ■■ PROGRESS MADE IN SECURING , BETTER BUTTER FOR NAVY For 20 years the Department of Ag riculture has elder) the Navy Depart ment to secure a high quality of united butter, the kind best adapted for us* on shipboard and In places far from the sou roes of supply. In recent years all thls%utt*r has been mad* from pasteurised sweet cream, whleg not only keep* exceptionally well In outr age but Stand up for' tong period* un der adverse climatic conditions. In studying the requirements of but ter for this purpose special considera tion hu* been given to the effect of crcern acidity on keeping quality of butter, and to manufacturing methods producing firm body and waxy torture in the last few years prajf*~'***<)s|Hlfl Hha butter obtained has sat— _ the tlme ol -paiHlll' lltj scores made k r -10 months after being held In cold stor- Vr age have averaged only about 2 point) lower. During 1921 seven croumerles ’( supplied 800,(8)1) pouiute of butter to I the Navy; amt ihe cost of supervision 1 by men selected by the Departmant of I Agriculture was only abnpt one-third of a cent a pound. Scores mails each \ year, beginning with 1011, show a | slight but gradual Improvement in quality. GREEN MANURING ANCIENT MEANS OF IMPROVING SOIL Green manuring—plowing under green crop# —as a means of soil im provement, although It has been *m phaslied In recent yeura, can hardly be railed a new discovery, says the De partment of Agriculture. It is really one ot the oldest method*. Oops fur this pm pose weie used by the ancients the Romans using lupines, which were sown in HopUrnilier ami turned under in May fur the benefit of the following crop, In Geimuny the use of lupines began in Hie middle of the nineteenth centuiy and lias proved an Important foctoi In reclaiming the sandy lands of parts of Prussia. in England legumes and utn er plants are commonly used; in India , und Japan thu fuimeis gather green plants of many kinds, sometlmat even rutting twigs from the trees und carry ing them to the rice fields. In the United Slates the us* of spec ial green-manure crops is much more general In the Smith than In theNiyih, Under irrigation they play sn impor tant part in orchard culture In the West, but not umler dry-farming con- , dltlons. OHIO RIVER HAM ENORMOUS IPS CHARGE In volume of water (Silo River is the main tributary of the Mississippi. Its average discharge, according to Die < irologlcal Survey, Is about 3181,000 cu bic feet per second, which Is much more than the discharge of St. 1 awrsure River at Ogdensburg, N Y., although the drainage area of the St. Lawrence Is nearly twice that of the Ohio. The musimum flow of the Ohio is appoxl mutely 1,500,188) cubic feet per second, about 30 timas the minimum flow, A comparison of reeortte of tbs flow of Ohio River with those of the upper Mississippi and Missouri show* that although its drainage area is hut ona thlrd that of thu combined Mississippi and Missouri It* average and low-wat er flow Is 1.3 times ss great as thalr combined flow, and He maximum flow Is 1.5 times ss great. This fact is accounted for by tho greater rain-fall in the Ohio basin and by the general character of the region. MANY APPLICATIONS FOB DUST EXPLOSION EXHIBIT As a recall of the exhibit illustrate Ing the prevention of dust explosions, shown at the meeting of the National J Fire Protection Association, at Allan- J tie City, May 8 to 11, other requeste I for its use have been received front "j various source*. Secretary WallacAdfl hni approved a request from the i’enn-W sylvnnla Industrial Board for Itn use 9 at the ninth annual convention of the ■ Governmental labor officials of (he n United States and Canada held at Harrisburg, May 22 to 26. It was 4 also used at ths Mass, Convention of Millers hekl under the auepless of the Millers' National Federation et Kansas City, Mo., May <1 to June 2. The exhibit is available for the me of arnociutiuns or similar organisations interested in the prevention of loses* from dust explosions or lire*. ■1 No man can dope out the eccentric!- , ties of time. Tomorrow never cones, but to-day goes into the discard Just the soma.