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Reliable News and Forceful | Editorials expressed in conser- 1 \ alive language. $1.50 PER ANNUM I Fall and Winter Goods Now In I Winchester Guns, Shells and all Hunters' Supplies Auto Robes and Blankets Neponset Floor Coverings CALORIC FURNACES South Bend Steel Ranges GENUINE FORD PARTS ...Apenis for..: HUDSON CARS ESSEX CARS F. BOND BOARMAN BEL AIR. MD. ~ ~ ~ " jl r € E EjE k f ' |i LINCOLN;! 1 Get Behind I Ji y . ij A ride in a Lincoln is <mo cunt nmous ~ -j j. ' tripot comtbrt and enjoyment (’.hanges f' T in ad condition bring scarcely any The Ehuvton w'J perceptible difference in the smoothness . j m witl which your car travels V ' / I I M \ M \ Hi HRear springs shackled at both ends; final MX I 111 drive through a torque tube; combined . 3X. W X. W X W Y with superior control ol the motor FOB DETROIT \ lid power itself, afford a master sense ol j * security m any driving emergency ° V' vl, L Henry T. Crocker, Dealer j THE | Mutual Fire Insurance Co. IN HARFORD COUNTY. MD v 7 Fire Insurance, Windstorm Insurance ■ Automobile Insurance | a LOW RATES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS \ I J Applications can in* made at the Office or to any \ ) of the following Directors and Agents in Harford a / County: ,0 V JOHI I'II It II AN %% AY. Hill 7 / JAMKH U WII.HON Mil J ' < H AIH KM It Mil,\ I 11. Havre .1. 4i,*. , Mil J J \\ lIKATM HAIN AN < him livillt*. M.l ’ \ ys 111 HIIMM i AIHNUH, Jamiim 1 .-. m.i V JOHN U I* A I 111 C:A 11|. Ml reel. Mu*. 1C l J • OIN'IN VMIJiON. IlMfllMKlon. Mil r) a WII.MAM N. Mi l OMAN. It. I Alt. M.l A v THOM AH MoI’KINS Havre <l. tra r. Mil. i ti l 111 I* M t\ lI.MON.It | AliMd.ro M.l 0 h n i KICHAHU DAI I AM. President. i h CEOKCE H. CAiHNLS. Secretary and Treasurer. h 7 < all rh.MM No. .t Ift 7 1878 1922 J. C. TAYLOR & SON MAHISI.K WOHKS Al L KINDS Of MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES . e imiomk JARRtTTSVILLE, KU 11 - I SHINGLES | \0 ■ I Oh In order to move quickly we (|uote; yy || 6x20 Sap Cypress Shmyles SIB.OO M. \j || 6x20 Heart Cypress Shingles $24.00 M. y j jn !•’. 0. I!. Baltimore, Md. (jt) BUY NOW. PRICES ARE GOING UP J J. L GILBERT & BRO.. LUMBER CO. || LUMBER-MILL WORK THE ALGIS sol It i: lot i<i:i)lTnu> I 1 O' lit I tml t.-. 111.. I , . -.I ..... -. • II ' 1 ■ Mm vim.. • 1.. I I'll IN I'. I \t IM. i, . , || .t. .1 . .iii.lv .1... . ..I \H l- < .. 1.1...1 • '..1." on..- I- ■' tit. ... hr (.in llir It.li .Im ..I Mm. I*. It. 1 I ,ii 1!. ...I . ■ ...” Ml .. .1. !.'■ -I 'V. „ .....I 1..H..1 .....I ...i ■ i.. i .lot ... • ).• .••1.1.C1 I** * ' XMoS I* E W INC i vm if i KWiNi; A.liiiiiil ' . MU It i; HI CKKIMTOKS 11. ... , 1,..).... tl.nl •he ...I her !.• f .... il MVIf Y I I•\ \ I II . .1 • • ...til v .1.-.. I Ml l. .. . 11.1 t.. ..Ml.I. -I ...I ..I I till ... 11.1. 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May In* shaken or<luni|ieil with,ml I• >< i|>in^r. Mini makes house work moiv pleasant. FOR SALE RV THE HARDWARE SUPPLY CO BEL AIR, MD. DISTRIBUTORS JNO. H. GEIS & COMPANY Brooklyn, Baltimore, Mil. \V Klll*' FOR riRCULAK. tlosrriLuur in I*(:111 all about I I Ins labor and lime savor. Ue are in position lo I'urnisli e\ er\ I limp; | lor I lie home. lOtWKHIKWH H'K'M MfK M M MJdM MH M MMX MM M M'.MIMWM X M'U'.M >t MIM M M,MJ(. X K HIM ! McCOMAS BROS. | BEL AIR, ML) GOODYEAR TIRES \ I - *<vc a | Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs | ii American I’ield I’ence jj ■——i; Estimates Carefully FiiriiiHlied on Lumber, Millwork and All Kinds Building Material : : : : : iwtDCi>(iK*KJG)O.XiKiM MDIKUUUOt ;UMi)<ioM M.MiM I .KMiMth tUUMUUCH mfOQRDCKJKJCXKV-* I ■ r f"H 'WN .UKI . .liintiv K'.md I Ijlln ri i 11.1 rill'llliK rvr .It in iiiy of llu- 1 .ngi v Pit It lu .. oiioiiiV, |>t < ill)* ■i|(| , i ii.il > !l .ne Hr ninrr tuliib ini lli l..iiiu ily V our liniKli g ni.ileii.ddt ill i li I 111 llllltll I I lit Ullll ill <11.111). ill it Pnill.ii.>l t elite.>l L i llu !miv in lit 1..vl • |i. nlei • . ni. i . In .piUot 11.• livnit nd<<<> <!• m in.) ■ ••r tuiKitle, both in ni'ii.n inn i ini <le.ih r .i< i |it i sin.ill. ' in.ii); i.l |*i••III till a lli ni li ntt .i i.llirf lud.ln. > fii.il> i> <1 vimi . Ini) ll it liml ty yum liu.l e >i. . n d budding llljlelljl I lie \ll.i' I'mil.uni ( > n.. it( ( - Salt, It 1f,... N. w Vtirk It 1*1,.U Mill 'liirili4iii|iii.ii l’i HiiJm.ii. N. ) I ...I Ala. "77e Standard hy which —nn—MW—- ~"mmm I ~ zX —* cSlcitSf I JjL LO If HL ■) ■ EVERY is I R ESI I I \>AI-L A, -p , f jy/titnu*— > ITKI 1<: 1 We |rt them direct from the fti.ik*i Never have complaints Will j'ladly replace oi trim I lot any p.o l.aee that dot hot plea .e in cv> ty Way. EOVD & fULFORIi, Bel Air, Ml I i COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK BEL AIK, Ml) CAPITAL STOCK - S2S.UUO SURPLUS . . . 5. HOO (.kecking Accounts Solicited. Interest Paid on Savings Deposits I hi* hank’wtm on-tim/cl ,n I'lOO ~n . | 1,.,., Mt-rvril il rualonirifl huthhilly sin ir ih.it il.,tr WE WILL RE GLAD TO HAVE YOUR ACCOUNT WAI.TKIt W. fIIKSTON, I'm liKNIS ./. SHANAIIA.V, Vi. •• I’m . mi. 1,1 AM I . ANIlKI! ,ON', ('il 1,,. I ~* Buy Your School and Of fice Supplies AT THU lllli SI A I lOMiltV HIOHI;, s MEYER & THALHEIMER, 10-12 N. HOWARD STREET, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND I IIFPA * Knicraitlnir, IHHee I'nrniliiri', rilin ~ VlilA liniMU, lla.lTM (Woml A Srli„nl I innllnir an jj MappUrii, I'oinliii-rilal ami Murlal 5ta11,111.17. WANTED During the Year 10,000 Cords Peeled Poplar and Gum Pulp Wood for shipment from any point on tin l 1!. Ai ()., Pennsylvania or Maryland .V Pennsylvania Rail roads. JOHN CONNER & SON. Street, Md. t'liuiie Hut liMHtnn 7KM R. J. Bunce A I < ’ EM )N KH’.H oi' Real Estate and Personal Property Satisfaction Guaranteed. DARLINGTON, MO. J. Robert Ayres BEL MR, MD. Painter, Paper Hanger -AND— Pht.ne IU*I Air 347 Famous Frederick Co. Lime A MINK OF WKAITII TO KAKMKHtI Mtiniifiti'luml Ity M. J. GROVE LIME CO. 1.1 MK KILN. MD VVM. PEPPER CONSTABLE ATTOUNKY AT LAW 7 00 7(Mi Maryland Trual Building Baltimore, Maryland AND n KFON, MAKVI ANO IN ICI.KTON ON TIIK3I AYM N. DEAN & SON Funeral Directors And Embnlmer* I ,, uim , iulm at (ended to i.i uny part of tlit* ('• ulity or City. Gthi'i'l I p to dale ami Prices Kea mutable Am Any, Wr Air at Yum Si ivicc Day or Nig) I TKI.KI'HONK HKKBERT S. BAILEY , : t \ I I I H i :\SLh Undertaker AUTO hfakmf; DARLINGTON. M AKYI.ANI) Tkuiie 14-Fl J. G.HOOPER House Painter nnd Gr.utter H D BEL AIM. MD I'l SI:. I'' li REAL ESTATE Houses, Building Lois and Farms S. E. DAMERON I*hmu' Bel Air .'l!2 Ilia, AIK, Ml). Real Estate Selling, Piiiying, Renting and Loaning on Farms, Town Lots and Housed. (itOKlif F. BURKIiY, AIIKKIII'IKN, Ml) I'lumip lO| M. i HENRY RILEY EICKNSKI) Aiktionkkk Iti*ill Lhljilc iiml IVntoniil I’roperly I AI.I.STON, Ml). W.S. SHIPLEY JOPPA, Ml). BUTCHER Fresh and Sait Meats PROVISIONS S(M’<ial it 11 *r 1 1 ion lo telephone onlei Solisfaet inn Calves taken Monday and Thursday Phone Wilnn 4P4 NEW NASH PRICES I "wo pini'H on (•)! Ncri(*N NASH **f f 1 1 v#• irniiM'diulcly r. < I*, i \noKv pimps > j in mf'i-i 'lounriK $1240 i |i<t M‘ny,rr l I UUO ' llUnHifipcr It'iUil li t 1210 I pa- *ngi*i 'port F!!L • nupi* | HIM) ••'lan 2100 FOUR PRICES: Touring |o.*;r, Itoinl t*r Ola Cali 11 or. Carriole 127a Cotlpn 1.’1H.1 Mrolan 1.745 f. o. h. Milwaukee AI! Numli rnodi'l i, both Open and ••■I, have rurd limn un standard e|uip inent. H.C. SCARBOROUGH Phone 27 12. Darlington, Md. JohnW. Walter Auctioneer atL AtR, MD l-:\< KKI*TS FROM SFKF.CH of MR. MFYFR In a recent address before tin* State I tun k Division of tin* American Hank ers Association, Kugene Meyer, Jr., Managing Director of tin* W ar Finance Corporation, outlined It in views re guiding a nation wide policy for agri cnltnral financing. "The keynote of mn national policy." In* saii, "should he the development of the usefulness of the Fedeiul Reserve System to the nmxiimim. New machinery should he held to the minimum, it would he un economical and unsound it would he the height of folly- to set up other agencies for doing the things the Sy h lent can and should do. "Agricultural financing', continued Mr. Meyer, "must he hased, first of all. upon the fundamental facts of Amen •an agriculture ami second, upon the existing economic and financial struc ture of the Country. Not to meet the first requirement is to force agricul lure into (In* impossible position of endeavoring to make production and distriliulion conform to hanking prat* I Ices. Not to meet the second is to weaken, rather than strengthen, the lli.ancial machinery of the nation." "Those who object to adjusting the eligibility rules of the Federal Resolve System to the time required for the oiderl\ marketing >f agricultural pro ducts seem to feel that the soundne.- of the System will be jeopardized. Hut Hu* System suffers from friends as well as from foes those who defend It every act and policy and who stand foi the mutability of its present law and regulations may be as harmful as those who are extreme in their denun rial ion of the pari played by it in the collapse of commodity markets an,| prices. The true friends of the Fed eral Reserve System aie those who are willing to see its machinery adjusted along sound lines to meet changed con dilioiis, both in (bis country and abroad." Rapid Improvement in F.ighlecn Months "The acute phases of the agricultural crisis of 11120-11121/* Mr Meyer slated, "are now happily passed. Tin* after math, in tin l form of a burden of debt on the farmers and stockmen, slid re mains, ami some thousands of hanking institutions in the country districts aie still in an over-extended condition. Hut probably at nolime in our histoiy ha. there been so rapid and extensive an improvement in our economic condition as during llie past eighteen months. The position of the farmer and stock man has been immensely strengthened, the harvest prospect i H favorable and, all bough theie were declines recently m the prices of some commodities most •tuple fai in pioducls are considerably higher than they were in the summer and fall of last year. "Now is the time to determine the features of our recent experience which may be properly classified as I'unpie and therefore unlikely to recur and those which may be attributed to definite changes in our economic posi tion, internally as well as internation ally With exact knowledge of the fads and with a thorough understand mg oi* the complex forces that have been of chief influence in the crisis, we may hope to arrive at sound conclu sions as to what modiflcalioiiH aie nec essary to adapt our banking methods and machinery to the needs of agricul tural finance/* Need Tor More (iradual Marketing Mr. Meyer pointed out that the crisis erve,| to emphasize one outstanding fact the need for the moie gradual marketing of agricultural 'products, with longer term financing to corres pond with this slower process. "In questionably," he said, "it would been advantageous, even under pre war conditions, to market our products more gradually. Under present comli lions, it is more than a matter of ad Mintage it is an absolute necessity. "It is idle (o designate an specula lion the carrying of agricultural com moditie by farmers or farmers' orga nizations for orderly marketing, or tn say Unit by forcing (lie products out of the bands of the producers speculation will be avoided. Somebody must carry ciops between seasons. When an ag • (cultural product lias been produced, either (be consumer must buy it and carry ii until it is actually needed, oi lbe dealer who supplies the consumer must do so, or the Johher must stand between the producer and the iiiaiiu faclurec who ultimately taken it for dieti ibiilion to the consumer, or, going back Mill further the producer himself must find ways and means of currying Ids product and marketing it gradual ly.’ Coopeialive Marketing Association* In referring to the growth of the co operative movement in this country, Mr. Meyer staled that through furthei development along this line we may expert te see a definite impiovement m our whole system of distrihiiling farm eonunodities. " I he War Finance Corporation, ha;- already authorized loans aggregating <110,000,000 to cooperative nunkehng as oeiation in financing the orderly marketing of the 1H22 ciops. Ii i i xpeeteq that only a portion of (his amount will be actually advanced and • hat lbe banks in the Interested dis I nets will do Ibe major part of the beaming for tbe associations. That js what happened last year. While Ibe Corporation agreed to lend approxi mutely 101,000.000 to cooperative inai keting associations in all parts of (be country, on such products us cotton, wheal, rice, peanuts, and tobacco only lightly more than #18,000,000 wa* ac foully used. It is gratifying to note •but thin year Hie laige Mas tern finan rial centers me showing a decided in 0 rest in the financing of such ussocia • inns, and considerable amounts will be made available from these center* in addition to the advance provided by tin* local bank-. “Cooperative marketing a soeia lions," Mr. Meyer continued, "have n •I* finite place m our economic si rue tore ft they are soundly organized ami competently managed, they are beiirii| to be helpful not only to fbe agricultural interest themselves lul • o the I• 11 sine-s of the country at large. 1 am glad to say that the relations ~f the Wai Finance Corporation with the a social ion-' to which it has made loan have been satisfactory. They have met the requirements and regulatuu. of the Corporation in a whole beaded v ay and have conducted their opera Iron in a thoroughly busine like rnunnei m almost every case. They have riot only made considerable pm gie- in bringing about more unifoirn grading and classification, furnishing a f*etlei ba i . for credit ami insuring the moii efficient handling of the pro hurt, but they have erected machinery . bich will greatly facilitate the groin al. orderly distribution of (lie product of their members. A model of tbe poultry bouse rec mum mied for farm Mocks by the Stale college of agriculture, attached to the court;,- extension agent'- automobile, b.r been currier! by the agent m Me Ilonabl County, Co., uri hi- demons! t a tioi trips for several months Spec ral demonstrations of it - construction were given at I I community fun ■ A .t n nil, 21 new poultry house , mod el I on this type, are under construe lion in the county, according to report to the I’ruled States department of Agriculture, and 27 poultry hou-MM * were remodeled la: t year- DEDICATED TO THE BEST INTERESTS n( our Cunnlr, SI.U uul N.dou VqL. LXVH-NO. 41 V Till EE at I.ARHK IS MARY I.AND A tliti-C Is nuu n|i|.lullng in sex) •-••niilifH of Maryluml I Inn has an,. „i Ilia mast mai|ua mniinat aara.Ms in lha annuls al . lima. This (iillaltn iiista •> iatanns us tirst aparatiuns in Ilia Statx „f Ohio übunl 18:1,'I. I'ossass i'ltf mara anaiKy Hum aansaiaiiaa il "ali'nail its llahl at apaiulian until H i. non carrying oit iis iiofarioun prna lha in tvary stale of the Union. Due stiiKimf fauluia of this rrimi nal is that it possesses no means of la* aamotian. It iiapainls aiilliely an tliaso xx ham it xxmtl.i rah to cai ry ar pormii ,1 to he lirought 1,, their piomisa. Isn'i ii almost imhalicvaliln that a thief so Inmiliaappa.l and after 111) years of .aprvi.tioii should still l a pormittad lix Ilia larmars to steal their property ’ An inxx-sfigatiim of this art’ll enemy al lha fulmar, and slnek raisers ha’.. ■lnmil II In ha Mr. Hap ('haleru Harm and il is really mast inlaiastarma Haxx, m spli,. al its helplessness, n liianupes i„ pel around oxer the aaim "S' and aantmue its plimderiiip. One of its favorite lllelllad-. nf pell [lip la Hie hap is liy hidilip m a liMiie, mid ar asnap of park. This is throxx’ii into lha sxvill pad ar purbupa bai ral and fad to Imps. After bainp eaten by Ilia Imps, the liiihmaa is easy, lar once in Hie uniiinil if liepins la multiply and after Hie hap r. siak n Hiraxvs alf the mfnlian i„ cwiim in the imrd. Another snaessfnl ainployad far pettinp to free piainlsas is to have a larmer pnrahuse „ hap xvhlah is id [rally sick or came from a plara xx hare hap ahalaru a.xisad. After it mini pats Into a liuiphhar hail,l It depends on the anialassiiass .if •• to permit him to p,.| to ?, I' for'na. Notldnp suits it lietlar Hum to have a farmer hide the fuel nil Ills hops uro siak. Another hit oi Hmnphtlassiiess that xvinks to Its hati etit is for a farmer to throw out Hie ruiauss of a hap the hiizzards ar Ilapi, la dispose of. . He finds halh [bese will help him pel around to oilier inrniN, A continual search is being made • • this criminal and should you Icain of any sik bugs promptly report the • aet to your County Agent or the V S Specialist of Hog Cholera in your dlHtrlet. FAII.niK TIDK FHHIN( Weekly reports by Hradstroefs dm •og September pointed to a ralhor de 4 ided ebbing in the numlHM' of coin niereial failures, and the total for that month as u whole, I,loll,eoullniiH this, the ugglegate being 12.. J per coni les . than was reported during August, lb per cent, below the peak total of dan nary this year, 11,2 per cent, below tho aggregate for September a year age, and the smallest, monthly aggregate Hince June (1121. While four times the size of the low level total of July,MH!l, if is only .'l2 per cent, in excess of the month of Seplemlrer, IIIHI. The de crease in the number of failures in September is paralleled by the fulling off in liabilities, which totalling fll. b2(l,l(tb, are HI per cent, less than in August, lens than one third those of I January, 11122, .'1(1 per cent, less than t • a September a year ago, ami the smallest recorded in any month since August/ I !(2(\ I'erhupH the moot notable feature of the month's return that failures show a decrease from like month a year ago, a point not n.-ted since the early months of l!2(. |Jb before tin* post war boom hurst. Ihe effect of (he recent decline in / failure totals is reflected in the aggre i gates for the third quarter, 1,7111 fail ores with M1,U26,M.'11 of liahjlilieu, tin- smallest aggregate of failures for , / ■ any three months period dlico Iho second quarter of IP2O. The aggregate of failures for llm , nine months’ period of 11(22, swelled as it has been by record monthly totuU early in the year, is the heaviest i.veii 1 recorded, totaling 17, Hill failures, mi increase of 21 per cent, over the liko period of 11121 and 17 per cent, in exJ cess of the first nine months of 111Hil I .labilities for nine months, totuling #f*07,278,100, me, however,H..! pei cent, below I hose for the (li I nine inoutiiH ol a year ago, although double ibose •or the like period of 11120, ami uv#r live times those of Hie like per,| in Hi HI. "KNOW VOI'R OWN MHF M"* AMIS I ARMFRS TO M ARK Iff WISFI.V I'* enable fanner and u| grain buyers to meet mure satisfa* torHy tint •! i>ud 1111 • 11 i undei which wheftt Id ban ■ died and graded and w hen it "'aches tlm leiminul maikei, (be exlen mn uervi • • uf MinneMula, North Hatut# and South Oakula. c uupenitiug with rap re <nln(i\es of tile I billed Minted ilepart* men! of Agricoitore, are cuudUCling a “Know Your Own Wheal" MinpliWti. I luring the fir I fen day -of f h campaign choul were held at Fargo, N. Ilakota mid Hrooking', S. Ilakota., whera sp#* cii.lists in handling and giaibug whaftl. gave instruction to count v ageiiig fnuu the three Slate . Following (his preliiuiuary \'rk, lo* al meetings of one oi two dayg each an* being held in wheat piudliring coimfle* where (he county agentg a*. i-(ed by the qieciaifslH n igriad for 'lie carupaign, aie demu-traling dirset •\ lo farmers and local grain Imyors Ihe be methods uf bundling and grad ing wheat fur shipment lo t•-.mlnl market Onnu guiding nppuialua has bei-u -iqqdied In IK counties in e.ich of Hie three State , for u e under tho dilection of the county agents and pecialkfls conducting the wrk. It in planned lo have fin mara and buyer attend Hie aoic ineelijigH so Hint both may have like information legarding methods of lumdllng and grading A representive of ih de purtment recently pi*at Huei weeks a- islini, in Hie campaign "t ORI'Si:" IS F| Mill SI Joseph Rupa violated lie* eHie . i*li ei ved hy ruiii ..ben, in-lead ol lying <|tflk*tly on ii slab in the Hyde Hark morgue, be insisted upon ilting Up and bawling not the attendants Hi aignments agttin-( Hie mini iniliun vf tbe rnoitifivian became >, healed that (be "corpse' was hauled into 1 ’miit and fined *1 for di .orderly conduct, Ropa who i 21 yea i old was found lying on the lllinni ( enfrtl Railroad tracts, broi ed and blccdulg, II wa ■ tbongii! In* bad fallen fionl i train. Station attendant who foornl him telepbone| imullancoii ly foi llm police ami Hie undertake! Two cm* Inilmeis were eat with u"di*ad w h'hii'? and the corpse was removed to l.• ui dertaking Imp. A the cnibalmci s wipe about ' be- % gin work on him, Ropa sudden). if up and turned loose a choice |n„ .1* Mtnperatmn. He wa taken to police lalion ami laid away until inmi|, \ when Judge F.hler lapped Hie line ug him. Farmers ami farm women have c*ntl v re|ehruU*d Hie tenth annivei-ary of tin* In-ginning of agricultural exlen ■bni work in four countie he Kalb ('minty, 111, Sussex ('minty, S .1 ; ( ape (firarrleau County, Mu, and I'oit ag - ( onnly, Ohio ucconling to re po, t to the I nited States He part meat of Agriculture. The first county e\ ten# ion agent ln*gari work in Texas in IIMKI. OrgHinV.ed extension work is • now being earned on in over 2 10U counte .