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I S Bel Air Road and Bond Street Phone Rel Air 85 B B HIADyUAK'I'KiIS—IIAI.TIMOItE Stoves-Ranges—Furnaces Coal Stoves, ' ; Wood Stoves Cook Stoves Sexton Ranges Homaker Furnaces Perfection Oil Heaters Ammunition, Guns, Rifles, Gunning Coats and Legging Auto Accessories, Tires and Tubes The New "UNIVERSAL” Vacuum Cleaners The HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. Phone 79 BEL AIR, MD. HENRY TARRING & SON Embalmers and Funeral Directors BEL AIR, MD. AT YOUR SERVICE —— All work done at your request will lie satisfactory not only to you but to the family. Equipment ample and modern. Temporary Phone Call Bel Air 341 Aberdeen 54 J. C. TAYLOR & SON MARBLE WORKS ALL KINDS Of utatip AND GRANITE MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES Cap, fuonk b*ct" THE A^GIS BEL AIR, MARYLAND, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10,1922 NEW NASH PRICES l.owat prirrM on 691 neri* NASH ef fective immediately F. O. 11. FACTORY FRICKS 5- pasßenffftr Touring sl2 SO 7 pUHHnriRt r Touring 1390 2-pawnfer Roadster 1210 I (Ml llfpr port. \m Coupe ik:o S<*i Ign 21!t FOUR PRICES: Touring ... S9BO Kundxter 915 Cub ii9s Carriole.. . 1275 Coupe 1 ;iH. r > Sedan 1545 1. o. li. Milwaukee All Nanh model*, both upon ami lo ed # have ronl lirw*.H a* standard equip ment. H. C. SCARBOROUGH Phone 87-Id, Darlington. Md. PIMLICO AUTUMN MEETING Oct. 31 to Nov. 11 Flint Race 1.45 I*. M. SEVEN RACES including Steeplechase Daily Admission $1.50 | TitkeU al Al Gov. Tax .15 > baugh’sandlead- Total $1.05 J ing holejs NOTICE WARNING It has come to rny attention that owners of Slot Machines have been advised that they can con tinue operation of same. I here by warn all owners of Slot Ma chines lodiscontinuethematonce as the party responsible for them will be arrested and the machine confiscated. R. COLEMAN SHERIDAN Sheriff of Harford Co. AND INTELLIGENCER HARRY H. CARVER, Beliclter Assignee’s Sale Hy virtue of the power contained In a mort- KH>(u from Joanna Mil way and husband to J. Royston Slider. administrator, dated May lltk, IMI, ami recorded umonu the land Records of lit i ford County in Liber W. tf. F. No. 110, folio 2b, and now held In due course of assign* men by It. Oliver Thoinaa.durault having oc curred therein, Dm undersigned. assignee of saiil notrlcage, will offer at Public Sale at the Court House J Hair, In liel Air, Maryland, on Monday, November 20, 1922 At 11.10 A. M . all that certain IRAQ OR PARCEL OF LAND KilUiitn and lying near Kinmorton, on the road loading from Bel Air to Abingdon, being part of u tract or parcel of land called "Glbaoh's Ridge." or by whatsoever name or names the •nine may be known or railed, containing 49 Acre* of Land more or lesa, and being more particular!/ tie scribed in a deed from A. Howard Cole and others to the said Joanna K. Mtlway, dated tho lllh day of Max*.Wl Ue year 1901, and recorded annum** the Lhnd Records aforesaid in Liber W. S. V. No. 109, folio U 2. The improvements consist of iß|l'''\ a good ■■oinfoiiable Kit AMR M DWEI I.INC IIOI'SK ol seven rooms. Stable and all nece*- IHHHHV' sniy outbuildings. The above is a very desirable property. TKKMH OF SALK The terms of sale are; One-lhlrd of lb* pur chaae money to be paid In rash on day of sale; baiamn upon ratification of sale, or all rash on day of sale at option of purchaser, cradlt |y menu to torn- Interest from day of sale and to be secured In the satisfaction of the undersign ed assignee. R. OLIVER THOMAS. Assignee of said mortgage. C. C Richardson A Bra., Auctioneers Trustee's Sale tl> virtue ol u deciiHi of the Circuit Court tot Harloid County, sitting as a Court of Euu. ty. the under signed Iruutse will ultei si Public Auction at the Court House doot in Bel Air. Mai viand, on Monday, November 13, 1922 At II o r luck A M all that \ AI CABLE AND REA DTI FULLY LOCATED RESIDENCE situate in the town of Del Air fronting 45 feci morn or less on Broadway and IvltiH between the lands ..I Mrs. Ida W Hunter and Mis-. KD. el Smith imil running latch to a depth of '.'ln lent, more or loss and now oeeupled hy Mr. K. it: Farr. This lmi|H>iiy is a part of the es tate of the late A. Preston Glltterl and is a part ol the lands conveyed to Mr. Gilbert hy deed from Die Vestry of Clirisl Church. Proleatanl Episcopal in St, John's Parish, Harford Coun ty. ihi led the llilh day of April, IM7I and recorded among I lie lotnd Record* of Ifarfoid County m Liber A. L. J No 2f. folio I fit This pnifierty Is In.i-mvcd hy a *nal sub ■ hiiilul Kraino DWELLING. i containing H rooms and bath and ligblctl by electricity, le located " f BlMgßfldp anyone wanting a nice borne TERMS OF HALF. Onc-lblnl of the purchase money cash on day ol sale, oiie-tliild in six nioiillis ami ibe lailance In twelve month- from day of sale, credit iiaymenls to beat interest from day of -ale and to la* secured by the notes or bunds of the purchaser with surely to lie appioved by Die Trustee, or all cash ul the option of Ibe purchaser. NOBLE I. MITCHELL. Truetee. Assignee’s Sale By virtue of a (mwer contained in a mortgage from John W Hopkins (colored! and Fannie Hopkins, bis wile, dated August 21. 1919, and recoided among the lamd Records of Harford County in Lltor J A It. No. 196 folio 197 and duly assigned to W Worthington Hopkins, de fault bavlmc occurred therein, the undersigned will olfoi ul Public Male u< Ibe Court Mouse liisii'. to ltd Air. Maryland. on Monday, November 27, 1922 At 12.00 M , all Dial LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND containing 11 1 Acre*, More or Le**, situate near (be Cedar* in said Fifth Election District of Harford County, being Ibe same and nil Ibe land conveyed by and described in a dec I from Carry K tlwlnn and liuslautd to said John W. Hopkins, dated August 22nd. 1919 ami rci-orded among the Land Uecoisb a fore-aid. in Über J. A It. No. |l folio 971 and i- Die same and all the lands firstly de*- cll bed hr the alaivc mortgage This pro|eriy Is on the southwesterly side of Die Htale Hoad leadin', from ('* Tucker’s Corner to piadc TKKMH OF HALE Terms of Sale, are: Une-lhiixl of piinlm c money to la- paid in tash on Die day of sab or i*ll Die iHlillciilion thereof, in Die dlsereDoo of (tie uml* isigned, une-Diinl in sis inonDi i in •) lhe n-lilii” in 12 inonlhs, or all rash nl the opium ol Die purcheaei i'lo- credit pnyijieo' to lie'ii inleiesl from dav of .ale and to approved by Die nndeiuigned. \N V\ l *KTH INTON HOPKINS. Assigns- I i HIM, \>i< Attorney’s Sale - OK Real and Personal Property By virtue of Ibe authority vested in him unde, a moil gave from Olbo Mtouckei and Maly Htogehgr. Ill* *ife. to Mallhow K. Hoi llvan. dated Die 2nd day ol Se|ilenitor. 1929 and recorded among Die Lend Itecords of liar font < < nolv in Liber J. A It. No. I7n folio 320; Die undersigned Attorney named in said mortgage will ofTei at Public sale on the prem ises. nil Saturday, Nov, 25th, 1922 All that valuable FARM Containing 141 Acre* and 17 Perche* more or leas, on (he (toad from the Phliailel phia pike to Sewell Station on the Halliinore A Ohio It It., being about one-fourth of a milt from said pike anil of a mile fiom Sewell Station, being the same and all Die l.and which was conveyed to the said Olbo Sloarkei and Mary Stoacker. his wife, by the ■aid Mntthew F. Sullivan and wife by deed (•earing date the 2nd day of September, in Dm veit; pi 20 and recon led among the I.and Her onls of Harford County in Liber i. A It. No. lii'i folio 17b This property is Improved by a 7-room FRAME DWELLING KODAK, Sinai I tenant House. Smoke House, l<i House. Corn House, tini ii stabling mgHfiaMf fill I Cows and four Horses with Carriage Mouse attached. Well of ex cellent water at (be door. It aleo has on •I good young apple orchard, lotd of iienr, i*..rh and plum Irweu. About 76 acre* Dll able, balance in pasture and wood land, with j.ni” •>reliant timber thereon This property I* excellently located being c-ar Kail toad sod Biel* Road Also the follow log Personal Property : *£ ae jtt 14 Ayrshire and Guernsey Cows Two fresh, two fresh in December and bal ance in February ; 4 Welfare, fresh in Spring 5 Ayrshire Mull. These are all good sows and I 11. Tested. 3 Good Work Horaae,. I Drive Mare, all in good shape: 4 sets toad. 2 sets Mug .ry Ha maws, 4 good Work Bridle*, and * oilers. Mowing Machine, Horse Rake. Hay Carriage 2-horae Wagon, Top Buggy, Runa bout, John I here Corn Plantar, in good order ; <PringtooD* Marrow. Disc Harrow, '2 Oliver < hilled No in Plows, and Small Plow. Gaso line Ri.gine and Jack, Guarding Engine and • Saw. In-Laval Separator, in good order: 12 6- j nth. n Milk fans. Milk Buckets. Strainer. I Babcock Milk Tester. Corn Shelter, 2 Double j Corn Workers, Single Corn Worker, Cutting Hoe, (rouble Trees, 1-horae Teaaa, Single Tree*. Forks. Shovels, Hoeo, etc. : Hay by the Ton ; 1 kialder by the Bundle; Corn by the Barrel. I Sale of Personal Property will to- I glrist 19 A M sharp, the Meal Estate will i ha eold at I P. M. TERMS OF RALE A* to PEKHONAL PROPERTY: All sums of 919 and under cash, on sums over that amount a cradlt of ten month* will be given. , • purchasers giving their notes with approved security, hearing intereat from day of ante and payable at Hank. As to REA I. ESTATE: One-third cash on day of sale or upon the ratification thereof at the discretion of the undersigned Attorney; one-third thereof in six months and lh bal ance in twelve months, or all cash at the op l Don of tl.e purchaser. Credit payments to , be-ir interest from day of sale and to be secured by the notes or hands of (he purchaser approved by (he undersigned Attorney. J. EDWIN WEBSTER. Attorney named la mortgage C. C. Richardson A ■ ro.. Auctioneers. Attorney’s Sale By virtue of the imwer contained in a marl gaga from Joesph J. Reynolds to Margaret B. Stephenson, dated the 29th day of July, in the I. 1920, and recorded amongst ihs Land Records L cord* of Harford County. In Liber J. A. R.. i. No 170. folio 192. default having occurred In therein, the undersigned, attorney mums I In ) ( said im rtgugc. will offer at Public Sale aCThe I. Ikmrt House door, in Bel Air. Maryland, on ■> Monday, November 20, 1922 At I'2 oVloek M„ all that certain J TRACTOR PARCEL OF LAND situate and lying In tha Fifth Election District | of llurfurd County, Maryland, containing ( 29 Atm, 1 R**2 m 2 16 Sparc Packet •f Uid, M*re or Uu, a being the uni* land devised to the said Joseph J. Reynold* by hit mother, Martha A. Reynolds, by hr last will and testament, dated lbs 14th day oi July. In the year 1914, ami recorded amongst the Will Kecmds of Harford GugctV. ■ in J. A.. No. 16, folio 291. except 14 J array thereof conveyed by the said Joseph J. “ Reynold* to Charlo* T. McLaughlin and wife. J hy doed dated the llth day of May in Ibe year •' 192 f and HKsirded amongst the Land Records aforesaid In Liber J. A. R. No, 190, folio 394. The improvements consist of -\K a good com fort iible FRAME jCWk* *S DWELLING HOUSE and .ill iiaeesimry outbuildings. TERMS OF HALE The terms of sale are:: One-third of the pur chrtse money to be paid In cash on the day of salt: balance u|ion ratification of sale, or all • rash fm dsy of sale at the option of the pur -1 chaser, credit payments to bear Interest from day of sale and to be secured to the satisfaction * nl Ihd undersigned attorney. I HARRY H. CARVER. Attorney named in mortgage. C. V Richardson A Bin , Auctioneers j Assignee’s Sale j OK A VAI.UMtI.S-. - OFFICE BUILDING JN BEL AIK, Ml>. By villus of ihs power and autbmltr con tained in a mortgage Horn the Hinith-Webster ompHiii. a corporation, dated Ihs 4th day uf ocloket Its/1 and recorded among the I .and Reeord" id Harford County In Litter J A R 1 No. 176 (olio '229, and by mealie assignments now belli bv the underduned, delaull having iMcune.l therein, I will offc. at Public Hale, at Die OMii Houin .I.M.r In Bel All. on Monday, Nov. 20th, 192 i! At I .* o'clock M . all Dial LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND ailuatfil nl the Southeasterly corner of Bond and Doiirilimd Hi., in the town of Bel Air, In the Third Kiel Inn District of Harloi d County, I ft out lilt liirty-ono and one-tenth fuel, mure or leta, on the Huuiberly side ol aaid Com Hand Street and seventy-one feel, mine or lesa, on Die Kaeb'tli aide of said Bond Street and being Die same mid all Die land deecribed In n deed from the Mutual Fire insurance Company ul llarfntil County to the Mmltii-Webster Coinpaiiy a eolWsDoii. dated the 6h dny of May. 1921, and rSßitlttl iiinong Die Land llei'onl't of Har ford Oolinlv In l.iitei J A R No I7tt. folio I At. Thia biolding la iidinlratily k locatad and uiikp|ied s an kXIML* V office billlilitig, with four large office* ok .In' one of which i* n large and valna abb’ vadll. 3 of fires on the second fliair, I of them large enough for n double office, mid a flue hasonieiil opening on (bind Street, suitable for a store or other business place. The building has acetylene light etpiipmenl all through it. and I* heated hy ateam. It is in first class condition, lias lieen recently paint ed, and U practically all under rent now for office piffl'"‘cs, TEKMH HE MALE The terms of sale ato that one third of the purchase money shall lie paid in ca>h on the day of sale, or the inliflcation theiauf. in the diM’i-i-tlun of Ilia underslaned; one tiilrd In six month-, mil ihe balance ik (waive months from the dete of sale, or ail cash on Die day of sale, at the option ul Die puichnaei'. the credit pay menfi to tiear interest from the day of ale and l • lie secured to the Hulisfarllou of the unde ndg tied. THOMAS || ROBINSON, Assignee of Moilgage C. i Richardson, Auctioneer Public Sale - or —- HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At the residenci- of Mi M K H.iuDßon near Tlioina • Bun, I mile east of Merhnno • vilie •ctimd. op Saturday, November 11,1922 Beginning at lu o'clock, shnip. Dig Following PERSON AL PROPERTY to wit i jyp a .jgJe,. Pfl | Hand i.iin< Buffet. Exteiialuu Tahie, I.• Din ( in mid Bcdioom f'halra, Iba'kci-. Si|Uare I Hanging Lamp, fl Kitchen Chair*, leather Iba-- j kg,. Klu hen I’olding Taldu. Dpriglil Piano. I H|iiaie Plano. Viclixila and 30 Record". Pho- I nog re nil and Reronls, 2 Eight Dav Chicks. Piclio* Curtains 2 Oak tli-dMMmi Stills, 3 j et- ibal Spring*. Folding j (ja* Lump, In ciihalni. Dishes. 1 Druggets, Ken I her Bed and Pillows. Iron lid, Couch. Chany Mnl-lead. ' Kilclo'i’ BuflH, Home Comfort Range, in kihxl * rnndllinn; I set of Parloi Fundluie, Carpel ■ Nweeia-i and many article* 100 numerous to mention Ato. Olivet Chilled Rblim Plow. It’ iasl and soma Potatoes. TERMS OF HALE AH -urns of |MI and under cash, on sum* over Dial amount a credit of 9 mouths will la* given, purchasers givina their nole* with ap proved >e uiiiy. ton ring Interest irom day of aalo and payable m the Second National Bank MBS. M K. HAMILTON I. W Thompson, AucDoiiimu Public Sale I— OF— -15 spleodid youBC tuberculin tested Guernsey and Jersey Dairy COWS Owing to the scarcity of tutor. I will sell on the l*ini where I now raanle *lluale on ;bt road from i nreat Hill to Chestnut Kill, khawit a* Die Mahan Farm, on Tuesday, November 14, 1922 At I o’clock p M Tt 15 HEAD OF FRESH AND NEAR FRESH COWS Thi> bit of raw* are acknowledged to to one ot the beat herd* around Forest Hill. They hove Is-en T H leatad three lima*. TKKMH OF HALE All sum* of 926/19 and under cash. On sum* over that amount a cradlt of four months J will be given, purchasers giving (hair notes | wiDi approved security, bearing interest from tiny of sale and payable nt Forest Hill Stale Bank itosillve regardless of weather a* theie •• plenty of aheller DAVID YOUNCE. Owner i '■ Thiimpeon, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will sell at Public Aur'Don at my residence, ‘fc mile aoulh of Pyleeville, on ; Wednesday, Nov, 15, 1922 Beginning et I o'clra k sharp. Die Following PERSONAL PHOPERTY. to wit: In a? ’ll i 22 HEAD OF : Good Grade Milk Cows • Holstein. Jersey* god Gucrnmy*. norne fre*h, 1 other* close springers. All T. B. Tested. I * year old Guernsey Bull, pair large young Mules, coming 3 years old. J TKKMH OF HALE ; All sums of 9'2S and under cash, on sum* over that amount a cradlt of 9 months will be u given, purchasers giving their notes with ae n eurlty approved hy the auctioneer, hearing In- teieel from day of eale and payable el the r People's National Rank, of DeHa, Pa mgr*Bale regardless of weather, as there le plenty of shelter. J. L. COCKHnUM I. W. Thompson, Aastloneer. JOHN L. G. LIE, Attorney Public Sale ; OF VALUABLE ii Farm Stock and Implements 0 - * The undersigned intending to give up farm In.t will sell at Public Auction to the highest I bidder without reserve on the farm, near Aber deen. known ns "RoeMand Farm" of tha Davis heirs, being located ona-half mile off the Hlato Rond from Dakar's corner, on ’ Thursday, Nov. 30th, 1922 1 Beginning *t 10 o'clock A. M.. the Following PEHMONAL PROPERTY, to wit t ‘ 9fi at * ' Tj icimm! Work Hon*#. 2 llrlyln, llotwo. ; liiirlmn. Hull, HwUlorad Hue rotor Bull, i*- iMrollod mioiboi THO: Rrt.l-ro.l Hum Hour, rotil.lrotlon immbor 21M957 ; 6 Young Tuberculin Tested COWS Ave two year old Blears, '2 Heifers and 69 Shropshire Hhosp. '2-horea Wagon. Mnnure Bpreader, Plows. Harrows. Rakes. Cultivators. Reaper. Hinder. Tedder. Holler, t*rn Hewler, Hu me**. II Tons Hay, large amount of bidder, : to.) bushels Wheal. JlOo Bkrrals Corn and many articles too numerous to nientbm. All this 1 farm machinery I* nearly new. term* of hale • All sum* of 120 and under cash, on sums ovei that amount a credit of S month* will to given to to secured by nole with endoreement un proved by the auctioneer, end payable at the Fhrmers A Merchant* National Hank of IM TURNER W. ISAAC. Owner. C. Richardson A Mro.. Auctioneers Public Sale Thu unduralKhtd hln u lurmln, und w.ll luuvt tht Halt will MU ul public uh wllh. out iubucv, all kla anUra paraoral propacW. alio HouMkold and Kllohan rumllura on Uia road laadtn, (nun Ualhiaulh'a achool Tadaral Hill, known aa Uia Danlal ■ Saall proparly, on Monday, November 20, 1922 Raplnnlna at 12 o'clock M aharp. Iha b 9 A Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to wit: Good fresh Dow, T. B. lasted i pair dark Hay Mules. 19 yaara old. guaranteed to work In ell harness. 2-horse Imw Down Wagon, in giaul or der. good grain drill, hay rake, sprlngtooth bar row. Com Worker. '2 good aots of Htage Ilar iiaas, penrly new; Pair Check Lines, foliar*. Bridles. Halters. Grindstone MoWlng Heytto Cross (hit Haw. '2 Meat Barrels 19-galbm Milk fan. Com by the Barrel. Hoy by Ibe Ton. Fiablar ly the Bundle. Ul) Bushels Oats, also lot of Htraw, Hues. Fork*. Shovola 1100 lb*. Hl ’li Gradn Lime, and many other articles ton numerous to mention. HOIIHKHOLD AND KITt MEN FURNITURK t a sal Hecurlly lUnge Cook Htove. good a* new | Good Oak Extension Table, Bate. 9 Kit chen . ('hairs. Oak.. Dining Room Hull. lron Bedstead* with Springs nearly new. Oak Itot Stead, Weaver Organ, Empire Vlclrula, nearly new ; Minnesota Hewing Machine. J Wash Tuto. Wash Hollar, lot of Milk Crocks and Fruit Jar*. 3 Lard Cans. 9-gallon Jar. A-gallon Jar, 3 Lumps. Pans, Buckets, Basins, and many other articles. The above household article* are all piHrllcally new and all are In Bret Has* in dec. TKKMH OF SALE AM sums of 910 and under cash, on sums over that amount a credit of H months Will to given, purchaser# giving their notea ullh ain proved security, toarlng Interest from day of •ale and payable at bank. Mtolr stormy the fuibtwlng day WILLIAM It MrRRIDE. tiw*ei. George W. Knopp. Auctioneer. Harold Hhnithwm. t’birk, Private Sale On account of bad health I will eell to the Aral buyer 120 Acre* of Land GOOD HOUSE. Barn. Chic- 4 A ken House, Granary, Hug Hons*, spring house, sod TENANT HOUSE. 76 ACRES In high stole of cultivation. 26 acre* pasture. 20 acres woodland. This land Is close to mill, store, bclmml. rroom ery end church, 3 miles from railroad, 4 miles to town. I will include 139 barrels corn. 1699 bundle* of fmlder, 19 tons of Hay. 16 ton* Straw, 12 acres wheat, stock and machinery, til High Giadu T. H Tested Cowa. 4 horses, 9 good broml sows. tour, hay fork sbd 120 feet rope. 4 sal* double bumess, If sM single barness. 10 pig*, plowt, harrows, mow In inarbine, drill, Itay rake, binder, 2-horse wagon, spring waitoo. bo igy, lures, forks, shovels, 126 timialo hnves. 19 milk can* ami oevernl iHhar thing* lra nu mcnuni” to mention. I This land In well watered, with springs ami brain lies, spring 99 fan! of (hair, bounded on I 3 Nblea with public rood and not a road thro land, gtaal orcbarK. applae, iiearbaa ami Cher- I rl*"t, ci.me and see u uih*l borne for anyone ! Brin.; sour wive* and children amt bath for yourself I Easy terms, one-third down and tralanrc on • lime For prlceti and further (rarDculars write or se,< W. V. CAUDILL, Wblleford. Md„ R. 1 D. W. 2, Hrrx 91. GHANVILLE C. BOYLE Licensed Auctioneer Iteut KtlP anil l‘ronl Ploprty. Satlafuctlon Kuamnteed. H. I). ABERDEEN, MD. Phone Churchvlllo Q C. RICHARDSON & BRO. Auctioneers Ileal F.nUte end Pnmonel Property Hold. Peper approved end Clerk rur niahed when OMirtd. Hutlefeethm guaranteed. Tenna I per CWI. BKI< AIR, MD. Phono MV ISAAC W. THOMPSON Auctioneer For the Hale of Reel t Pemonul Prop erty. Term, 1 '/t per cent. Henry riley Licensed Auctioneer Reel Kelete end Pereonel Property FALLBTON. MD. JjHN T. ISENNOCK Auctioneer Of Reel Eetate and Poreonol Prop ■ ” ty ' FOREST HILL, MD. R. J. BUNCE Auctioneer Of Reel Folate and Peroonel Prop erty. Katiefuetion Kuerenteed. DAHUNOTON, MD. George w. knopp Auctioneer Of Rttl Katata and Frg®iml Prop erty. UOC'KH, MD. WILIAM W. LEE AUCTIONEER i or Reel F.ktate end Pereonnl Prop | DAIII.INOTOS Mb. JOHN W. WALTER AUCTIONEER BEL AIR. MD. W. WORTHINGTON HOPKINS Attomey-aULaw BEL AIR, - • MARYLAND HKAVY MACHINERY USED IN MAKING CEMENT Tremendous forward strides in Am erican industry have developed in each branch some particular spectacular ■ phase that illustrates graphically this • development In steel manufacture It is the operu " tlon of the open hearth and blast fur nacc. In the manufacture of glass it i> Is the glass blower who holds the In • terest. Shipbuilding finds its focal point in the launching of some ocean greyhound. In the manufacture tif pnitlanil cement It is the super-heat ing of finely ground material in gigan tic kilns. ' In many cases a cement kiln's weight will exceed 275000 pounds, empty. The foundations that support it uro heavy enough to hold n ten-stuory J; building. One of the largest kilns, If s- set on end, would lie as tall as a twen ty-story office building and a touring cur could run through It with room to spate. Not only In massive proportions Is the kiln of interest A greater degree of heat is required in the operation of „ these kilns than in most any other In- dustrlal process. >. Where the materials enter the kiln [• the temperature Is approximately 1,000 y degrees Fahrenheit, By the time the '■ powdered material has completed its three hour Journey through the 125 feet or more of brick-lined "furnace" " the heat has reached anywhere from " 2,500 to ,7,000 degrees Fahrenheit. •• The workman watching through his '' peephole in the end of the kiln must wear smoked glasses. It is like look ing at the sun. In a large plant a doz en or more of these kilns roar and re volve side by shin In one great room. Estimating a single kiln's output id 25 barrels an hour, it would mean that J nearly 6,000 pounds of pulverised coal had been blown Into It to provide the 'i tremendous‘heat necessary. It ,i ->1 quires 200 pounds of this specially • prepared coal to manufacture a single I barrel of cement weighing 270 pound . N nFhloßook The lime le upon ua aa Americana to ' five ot ouraalvaa, at our boOlea to lull, of our baarla to effort, of our auula le aavrlAfla.—Coolidea. ; 0000 IATINO CARROTS sre a valuable food and recent discoveries have proven that (hey contain the soluble vitamins an necessary fur growth and beslih. t Carrots In soup and salads, as s vsge • inhle, In pudding or pie, s> pickles and conserve—who shell call them the i humble vegetable) Carrel Pie. i Take ens cupful of mashed cieiked | carrot, add one cupful of milk, one beaten egg, three lablespoonfnls of molseeea, sail, mace, cinnamon and nutmeg to lesle and una tablespoon ful of melted butler. Fill the crust aud bake as pumpkin pie Garret Pudding. Take oae cupful each of raw ground cerrote and apple, one capful of raisins, wue-bsir-aupfUl each ef brown sugar and molasses, one cupful of ground susl, one leaspoonful of bak ing powdar, one cupful of dour, one half cupful of bread crumbs, ona halt teaspnanful sach of nutmsg, cloven, cinnamon and aoda. Mix and ttamu two and une-hnlf hours. Nerve with in egg eniice, Cerret Ipenge. Tike one cupful of grated rew cur rol, one i hlnl of e cupful of auger, one of milk, two taklrapoonfuls of gelatin, the white of an egg. sell end vanilla to teste. Heat the milk and add the sugar. Punk the gelatin in four Uhlespoonfiits of water, rilaaolie over heat, then add the milk Net ilia mixture aside unlll II begins lo hard en uroiunt Hie edges. Heat It well with an egjf healer end add Hie grilled carrot, vanilla and fnld In lbs well beaten egg while; turn Into g mold. Mens with e soft custard. Orangt and Carrot Marmslada. Tako six medium elaed carrots, three oranges, one lemon, Juice end rind. Dice and cook the carrot In ns Unit wuler aa possible until lender, ('ill the orangee and lemon In small plecei. Measure the carrot and fruit and add twothlrds as much auger. Hlnmirr unlll clear, Use cere Dial no seeds of the fruit are left In the mix lure. Turn Into Jelly glaaaee and when cold seal with paraffin. Carrot and Appla gtlad. Taka ons Cupful aach of grated car mi and apple, ona small onion graicd, a stalk of celery finely chopped, one fourth cupful of walnut meals broken In bill, salt, pepper end s highly seio eoned boiled dressing. Del etenil lo season for so hour or more end serve on lettuce with n spoonful of mayon naise. IN. itdi, Wssisra sernrfe SWsa ) IVJP DIES SIX I MV WANT* T DO not want n fortune greet; I do not seek the certs of slate, With all thalr (Uttar and Ihalr glsra, And wlckad acbaoaaa afloat lo air. I do not yearn fog power or place j Nor would 1 taka part In tbe rtco For gold -I only ask that I May BOW good will while passing by; AHd that whan I am laid balnw The cool, groan sod, where detslea blow, Home one will panto a bit, and then Declare: “Ha helped Ida let lawmen." I do not covet mansions grand. Nor acren brand on tftry bend; I do not yearn for Jewels bright, To daaale my poor Mtgkbora eight! I do not yearn to taka command. And ordor man on ovary hind— -1 only ink that I may go Along a road what# flowers blow, And dying, bare man panaa end say; He scattered sunshine all tbe way.” I,at Olliers dig aad dales for gold; l.et others place of power hold; Let others with a lordly air, gland forth within tha limelight's glare; l.et others trade on hopes and fear*. And profit by (ha sob I and tears Of those they wrack. I only aak i The strength lo do each dally leek, Then homeward go with heart elm# And great my lorad onaa at the gale; Then, dying, k*ve men panaa a while And aay; “Be gave tha world a J am tie." (CawiMMJtr Bm * Jfmvu.) I DEDICATED TO THE BEST INTERESTS •( MB Owily, Itoh ik m VOL. LXVII.NO. 45 Tt) KEEP your customers, be CONSIDERATE i °f ml "*' “° in k <•'■*>■ to Now ‘, h * J** r <'y. chuckle,! to me .I fu or onc ® 1 gt>t ahoAti of JT, r ‘a Uro . ,<, V. 1 wW ' "How did yon I J** 1 ?’’*•'* of 11 7" "Why," he said, "I ■ ttekot ' 1 “ tlcket thi " "'“•'“''‘lf and the agent gave me a ilollur too ■ much change." “Well,"! said, “you're i * “Pocimon", Ho sui,| "Whv what Is the matte,?" "Why," I do you know who Is going to lose that ! -' 0 .“' J" He Hal,l "Th. *rallro“" l ■ mi!' (h ticket agent will lose that dollar. He ha* gut to caeh In . And lie said, "My Oodl HI go Immediately when i gat back • 'l Niva that fallow th dollar." Wall, now apply that to your hunt [ . ’f yOU tuko advantage of n man and he loses, you might ns well put jour hand In his pocket and lake his 1 katbook. Go and soa that he doesn't oo It. and if you do that, you will never lose him. You will novae lose | your customer.—Samuel M. Vnuclalii. INSURING AGAINST LACK Of SNOW | A unique insurance policy was that • orwsntssSu f#Vor of t a'otion-plctuiw i 2 J 0 '!, engage,! in producing Th, Two Orphans". This film calls , for a veritable snowrtmm, and the policy provided that In the event of ouch a storm not occurring before November 20 $26 000 would be paid the producing company. Contracts with leading actors expired on that •late, and no mow would moan re angagemannt at prohibitive expense, or "shooting all scenes over again with a new cast.—Scientific American. OLD LADIES COMPROMISING Judging from tha trend of woman’s drena, tha old-tlma differences between Mother Nature and Dame Fashion are rapidly being bridged —Boston Trans cript. MINES REOPEN After remaining Idle fof five months ami eleven days, mines reopened Monday through tlie kunlcoul rogion Ami some coal shipments began Reports from milling centers t Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, HaaWrtcn, Shamokln. Pottevlllo, Mount Carmel and other places in .Schuylkill, North. Cumberland and Lus no comities llullcute resumption of normal coal production will take from a week to a month. At numerous mines thorn U it shortage of labor, due to thousands of men who sought outside employ-' mint, acme at distant points. They are returning slowly. Scoros of for elg-boni miners returned to their native lands. Poor. ctiondlHsna at some mines, due to flooding and gases, will retard full resumption The formal agreement that sends 166,000 miners bock to work was signed without formality Monday in Hcrantoo. Firm to the lost, soma miners refused to return to work uii the agreement actually was signed. The Schuylkill district furnished th* boat first-day record of coal min ing since the suspension last April 1. It was estimated 06,000 tone wars brought out of the mines and dumped Ujto Invokers In tha HchuylUll teni- Cool yarn are now strung along for miles from the mines and no difficulty Is expected In moving ruul to the mar ket as speedily ns It is mined. BHAZILH CENTENNIAL OPENED Brasil’s celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of her inde pendence was Inaugurate,l Thursday at 1 irtlmite after the stroke ,f 12 amid festivities and Iwamlng of can non The Avenhla llelia-Mnr, the shore lino boulevard and neighboring streets wore crowded tut,l the lira sllian national anlbnins and other pu triotlc songs worn heard on all sides. The foreign warships In the hails,, foimully -Minted tho opening of (,‘en tennlul tiny. All the newspapers published a lengthy statement from the Ameri can Secretary of Stale, Hilaries K Hughes, referring In the abiding friendship between the two countries anil rerulllgg the visit of Don, Pedro II In the American Centennial In 1871) anil the fuel that he Is now returning that visit In behalf of President Hard ing. The brilliancy of the Presidential reception to the s|ietial ambassadors and delegates of the till tuitions rep resented In the centennial ceremonies was the subject oof appreciative men llh by tho foreign ami oilier visitors. Seldom has such a colorful scene liesn witnessed In a new world Derain,mini. A HARD TRIAL Last winter a great religious revi val was held In a certain Ohio neigh borhood, and several good men brought all thalr Influence to bear mi a certain fanner Harris. After many efforts be was brought to the anxious Mat, and then they had the happiness of I tearing him announce that he felt himself saved. In tbe course of throe or four days the min Ister met him and asked: “Well, brother Harris, bow ,| you feel T “Oh, kinder pluguey mean," was the reply "You dol Wbut Is lbs trouble7'' "Wall., I hadn’t found the land over twenty minutes before 1 ran across a fruit-tree agent who boat me out of fifteen dollars last year. There I was ready le fly Into the gates of Heaven, and thete he was. chuckling to think of how he worked off a lot of crab-apple troee on me for u new kind of pearl I couldn't even break his neck, amt the old woman she got In and said I was alius Kiltin' In a box, and the hull thing lias sorter stirred me up till I can’t say whether I'd rather lick a lightning nsl man or la, an angel." RADIO TELEPHONY IN MOUTH AFRICA The possibility of utilizing radio telephony In remote and difficult parts of Mouth Africa has been engaging the attention of the Post Office authorities, Two suitable Marconi sets were pur chased In England and various trials uml tests were made by the local rep lesentatlve of the Marconi Company In Hwitacrland and other remote reg ions, as well as between t ape Town ami Touws River In tire Capo Province, n distend of 100 miles, While these trials proved very satisfactory so far as the range ami efficiency of opera tion under favorable atmospheric con dltions were concerned, the Post Office autherities express some doubt as to lire commercial practicability of the method particularly In a sparsely sal lied country like Mouth Africa where Ihe amount of traffic hetyeen the out lying districts would not lie sufflclMit to guarantee the cost of the installs l oos. Belentlfte American THE MEAN THING Maid a dentist the other day, “I ran get along easier In my work with wo men than with men. Women are ac customed to having their mouthe open, I you know."—Boston Transcript.