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NATURE KEEPS HER SECRET
Chamitta Hava Ntvar Bran Able t
Satisfactorily Dftirmmi ths Com
position of Woad.
W'isil, with wlikh tlo am-lent Brlt
tn* iiM-tl in slain fheinielvea. la grown
In lliml jmri of Mn< a oliishlro. KniflHtnl.
* hleli slHMinils with dykes an<| wind
mills, and xlortg the borders of Catti
Lrldgeahlre. If allowed in go to seed
the wnad wwl often grows lo three
Mini four foot In height and has ■ prof
ty yallow Honor.
Tlio first crop of lender green ilhol*
la plrknl in July or August. and during
I In* lihi voml men niml Woman are to bo
aoou tee|ilnif along fto field* on their
hand* him! knees nil day long.
Tlio alimds are put Into largo wlob
ar baskets and son! t a factory, of
wlib-li tharo are throe or four In that
purl of the rounlry. When they arrlvo
they itn* squashed Into pulp and al
lowed to ferment. f/Stor tlioy are inado
Into balls and dried.
'riiase balls remain drying for aov.
ornl weeks and aro then broken Info
|letex and stirred for a lengthy period.
Kvenliiaily they produce a cour*.e, pmv
derllko substance, deep blue In color.
I.ustly Ihe |>owder la damped, stored
In vata and sold to dyers and manu
facturers of woolens and other articles
of apparel.
The enduring blue of the police
man's uniform la obtained from woad.
mid. though It in an eipenslve dye at
the outset, It la the rheapeat In the
long run.
t'henilata have fried hard to fathom
this secret of nature, but without stif
fens; and it la doubtful If the Industry
would continue to exist hut for the of
ficial desire to procure uniforms that
are durable and of fast color.
HAS RULED FROM BEGINNING
That Japanese Royal Family Has Na
Name la Proof of Assertion Long
Put Forward.
In the peaceful and Isolated com
munity If Is probable that of first no
family had any speclsl lino of oceiipa
lion to follow. It was when the com
munity bud made some progress that
division of labor wan Introduced. It la
clear from many myths that family
names In Japan were taken from the
occupations followed. When many
families came to follow the same oc
cupation then Ibo necessity arose for
living distinctive mimes to (be dif
fepent families. tf the ruling family,
h wever, there was only one. and as It
bad no occii|w(ion as other families
,tlU| Jt.luul ito name. Nor was there
any occasion for giving it a distinctive
name; || mi t diced lo call It by an hon
orific name. It was and la only when
a member of flie Imperial family sets
up a branch family that a distinctive
name la given.
Japan furnishes (he solitary In
stance where (be ruling family has no
family name. In Kngland. Italy. Hol
land and other coindiies those who
already hid family names acquired In
fluence and ascended to the throne.
That the Japanese riding family has
no name Is n clear proof of the eon
lent lon that Japan has been ruled by
the same family from the beginning.
Hud there been any revolution at any
Mine In the history of Japan—that la
to say, had the llrsl ruling family
been supplanted by another—the pres
ent Imperial house would have a nsma
of Its oun.—nilcago journal.
Saa Liana Invada a Llghthauaa.
The keeper of Bride's Island light,
below (’ape Flattery, has appealed to
the federal authorities in Tacoma for
weapons iiud help. No simner does ha
open Ida door than sea linns fore*
Ip their way Into the house and make
free wllh Ills possessions. At night
I they surround the place, barking for
adroit tame, until sleep la impoaslble.
One hlg fellow aniusea himself by
climbing the exterior steps to the
| light, to plunge headlong Into the sea.
i- ( To kill one would only attract more,
for the smell of putrefying meat la
an Irresistible attraction.—Scientific
American.
Invents “Idasl" txploaiva.
A Minnesota Inventor haa coin
poiimlcd an explosive which haa dmu
oiisimtcd remarkable qualltlea In ra
cent ex|M‘rltmmts. While appeariag >
have great disruptive powers If eloaely
p ■ routined, a* In a shell or drill hole, It
ran be exploded only by means of a
blunting cap or electric detonator. It
HI, Is reported to give fT no noxious
yf ' ’ fumes, that It will not explode whan
f/-. heated to -M- degrees Fahrenheit, that
It will not freexe, am) that It cannot
|V he accidentally exploded by shock.
Early Cruaadara Uaad Stills
Few prohibit lull Isis, says the Helen
line A iiierlfkli, are aware of the shock- I
lug fact Mud the vogue of the still In
Furope was due to the original
1 CntMders. who took kindly to this
p 1 eaateni recreation and Drought hack
with them recipes and methods tbit
} made the still as popular an Institu
tion as the royal Jester—and douhtlaaa
hl|HMi along democracy by making it
bard at tiroes to dlatlngulali the king
front the clown.
taquanca and Caoaaquanea.
Ah showing how the combination of
drink and driver works out. wa gtva
the terse report of Hen Quinn, an In
dian of Kansas. He said: "First roll#
too slow took drink of boose; naxt
mile raster, took another drink, itat
/' mile very fast, took another drink;
then saw bridge in road, turned out
for It."
Men Is now In the hospital with a
broken arm,—Boston Freeing Trap
acrlpt.
Accent on tcraam.
All agreed that she was an rfwrfl
lugly pretty girl. Her dresaea wera
In the latest noale. Men were Irresist
ibly attracted to her. The only draw
back was her deafneaa, a aerloua handi
cap. One admirer after another
called, iierhaps attended her to seme
nodal affair, hut in the end they all
fell away. The newa that she was en
gaged to he married naturally Im
pressed bar friends. Two old ad
roirera were discussing the news.
"It must have been funny propoalng
to a deaf girl like her," said one.
* “Funny: I'll aay an," aald the other,
•it mtiat have been a acream."—Ndw
York Times.
Wrong Imareaalan.
“No. 1 never hunt for Idea a,” the
eminent author assured her. "When I
feel In the Mood for work. 1 climb to
the summit of a bill, and there, with
the scent of the mountain pine In my
nostrils. I dud my Inapt ra Hon."
w "Just fancy!" gushed the girl. "And
then you descend and write It nil down.
1 suppose y
‘indeed I don't. Thai would ha a
•ure way of losing IL I carry rug lit
tle typewriter up with me."
**Ol, how good of you I Hut does
•he—er—does she never lam giddy nr
anything?"
Sura of Hit Jab.
“Solomon has w great reputation for
1 ; wisdom."
“Hus do you suppose he got that
wn?t’
"Maybe he had ample leisure te ml
tlvata Ida mind. Mnlfte modern rulers
he didn't have t* keap hla enr lo tba
ground all lhe time te End out whether
he'd die with hla cevwa on or soon
be writing home for money."—Mmlip
Ha Age-■•raid.
' i
MASH INCREASES !
EGG PRODUCTION
Belttville Farm Obtains Best Re-1
suits With Meat Scrap, Ground
Oats and Wheat Bran.
FOWLS KEPT IN CONDITION
Qluttn Meal ftaama ta Ra Bast Among
Vegetable Protein* far Poultry—
Taste Shaw Fish Meal ta
Be Particularly Oeed.
(prot*r4 k) tha Sat#a linpnflrnanl
nf Agriculture.)
The beet mash for stimulating egg
production in hens of the genera I-
breeds, such ns Ibe I'lyiiiouth
Hocks and Wyandot lev, according to
experiments carries! on by the (iilted
Stale* Pepartment of Agriculture. Is

Early Hatchad Plymouth Rock Pullet.
one that Is not so rich In cornmeal
and meat scrap nm (hose frequently
fed to Leghorns. On (he department's
poultry farm at Heltsvllle, Md., the
best rent) 1 1 a with general-purpose hens
were obtained with a mash containing
only Id par cent of meat scrap with
considerable ground oats and wheat
bran. The entire mixture la made up
in the proportion of three parts of
corn meal, one part of bran, one and
one-half parts of meal scrap, one part
of middlings, two parts of ground oat*,
and ft per cent of linseed meal. Aa n
result of using this feed the hens pro
dnead a good yield of eggs, but did not
become overfat and were In Kasl
breeding condition.
Ration for Leghorn*
Leghorns and other breeds of the
same type can use a heavier and more
stimulating ration without endanger
Ihg their physical condition and the
hatching qualify of the eggs. The
mash (list haa been giving the best
result* with the department's Leghorn
flock Is made up of four parts bran,
four parts middlings, Hfl parts corn
meal, and 26 parts of meal scrap.
Barred Plymouth Rock pullets fed on
this heavy mash laid a few more egg**
than pullets of the same breed fed oh
the first mash, hut they suffered In
health and thalr eggs were lower In
fertility.
Vegetable Protolno.
Among the vegetable proteins fed to
poultry, tbt department has found
that gluten meal seems to be the best,
although cotton weed and peanut meal
are very satisfactory If supplemented
with animal protein In the form of
meat scrap, tankage, fish meal, or
milk, and with mineral salts. For good
results the vegetable proteins should
not exceed 10 per rent of the total
mash. Tests have shown Mist s good
grade of fllh mewl Is practically as
good Rft meat scrap or high grade
tankage.
TUBERCULOSIS ON DECREASE
Proopool far Ultimately Ridding Coun
try af Disease Look* Mer* Prom
ising Than Ever.
The plan for eradicating tuberculosis
In cattle from entire areas, such a*
counties. Is daily growing In popularity,
according lo reports ivimlng to the
Mulled Stales 1 teparlliieiit of Agrlcdl
(lire. The Idea has taken hold In Mich
Igan and I* spreading rapidly. Already
five counties have been freed of the
plagne snd reports from the lns|ector
In charge for the government show
that the hoards of supervisors have
appropriated money snd made provi
sion for co-operating with state and
federal forces. When one county joins
the ranks for eradication Ita action
stimulates others to follow. The pros
pect for ultimately ridding the country
of the disease never looked so promts
Ing as at present, soy those In charge.
FEEDING VALUE OF ALFALFA
•urpaaaaa Cowpoa*. toy Bean* or
Clavar, Partly Because It la
Mora Palatable.
Well-cared alfalfa baa a higher
feeding value than hay from any of
the grasses. It has a greater feeding
value I ban cowpeas, oy beans or clo
ver, partly because It Is more pal
atable. Experiments have shown that
It la nearly equal to wheat bran and
sn economical substitute for high
priced protein concentrates. Max
made when the alfalfa is In full bloom
la beet for cattle, sheep and horses,
hut hega and poultry find it too coarse
and make considerable waste unless
fed on hay cut In the earlier stage*
Of bloom whan stems are finer.
MUD PACKS FREE ON BEAUS
"Cura" That Casta Nothing la One af
the Attractions at Famous
Coney Island.
Mud packs, which coat t" apiece at
beauty parlors, and which enjoy con
slderable fame as wrinkle eradlcalor<
and skin henitllflers among the fair
•ex. may he had for nothing at (Nme.x
Island, writes a New York <-orre*|M>nd
ent of the Pittsburgh Dispatch. Which
explain* the amaxlnf sight offered
visitors to the beach, when 800 bathers
appeared In mud masks, their faces
*oated with black and yellow clay.
The mud for (he mask* was obtained
where contractors are working on the
new Coney (aland boardwalk. Sand
fi*ni sand suckers I* being pumped |
to hnlld the new beach, pipes a foot In
diameter throwing up clay, mud and
wafer. The clay la caught a* It route*
from Ihe pipes and applied to the
face, where It harden* into a black
masa. The bathers then lie on the
sand lu the sun In order to get the
full effect of the "cure."
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Lena Ranger Exercises Memory.
Alone a* a fore*t ranger iu a remote
section of the Cascade mountains. In
the state of Washington, (ieorge Kll
gorw. a former University of Washing
ui student, has meumrlred practically
all of the New Testament and thrae
books of iHKHiis. In addition to the
menial exercise he has completed an
entire dining room set of buffet, test
table, dining table, six chain* ami a
fern pedestal from hand split ami
hewn fli and cedar wkml. The fund
taro p*dlahed In tta natural color I*
worth more than hla year’s salary,
lu three winter mouth* Kilgore
trapped uaar hla cabin mors than 9SOU
j KUWIN H. W. HAKLAN, Ail.rn.r {
NOTH K TO CRKOITOKS
i Till* Uln idv# notice that Uie subscriber bs-< *
; obtain*-! from the Orphans Court of HsrlorU
Count. , Md , letter* of edinini*trHiion on the
estate of
IIAKV U. BOND
lute of Harford County, deceased. All itcrsons
having claim* against said deceased are hereby
notified to exhibit the same with the legal
vouchers thereof
I On er kefarc Ike 271 k day af March, 1t23
or they may otherwise by law be excluded
from all benefit* of said estate. All persons
indebted to taid estate are requested to make
immediate payment.
Give'i under my hand and fteul thia 27th day
of September, 1V22.
THOMAS K. BOND. Adminixtnitor.
NOTICK TO CREDITORS
Thin I* to give notice that the subscriber has
obtained from the Orphan* Court of Harford
Coun'v, Md , letters testsmenlary on the eslnle
of
BIJSAN RKBKCCA ANDERSON
Isle of Harford County, deceased. All persons
having claims against said deceased are hereby
notified too exhibit the same with the legal
vouchers thereof
On or before the 2lot day af April, 1*23
or they may otherwise by law be excluder! from
sll benefits of said estate. All |raons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment
Given under my hand and seal this 21st day
of October. 1*22.
W. BRATTY MAUI.AN. Exector.
J. Robert Ayres
BEL AIR, MD.
Painter, Paper Hanger
-AND—
U PHOLBTERER
Phene Bel Air 847
Famous Frederick Co. Lime
A MINB OP WEALTH TO PABMBM
Manufactured by
M. J. GROVE LIME CO.
LIME KILN, MD.
Real Estate
Selling,Buying, Renting and
Loaning on Farms, i Town
Lots and Houses.
GEORGE F. BURKLEY,
ABERDEEN, MD
I’hon* Aberdeen 101 M.
Walter h. archer
nUNBON. MD.
Funeral Director
-AND
EMBALMER
Horse-Dnwi or Now Aatoaobile Hearse
Pbewo Day a* Night—M Air •**->!
/•Burns and bruise*?W
IMENTHOLATUM I
and heals. /
I New Low Prices
II*IHIO,l,OIMO„OOMOMOOMOOOOtOMOOMMOMOH. 1
Pure Spring Wheat Bran SBO
Diamond Dairy Feed S4B
at Warchouae
Seal of Minneaota Middling!
S4O
Seal of Minnenot* Flour In bar
rel lota at the warehouse $10.50
Am Harford agent far thia
Flour
Onr Groceries Are The Best
S. 0. GOSWEILER
CARSIN3 RUN, MD.
J. G.HOOPER
House Painter
and Grainer
(LO. BEL AIR. MD
Phono 815 F-6
HERBERT S. BAILEY
STATE LICENSED
Undertaker
AUTO UKAIUK
DARLINGTON, MARYLAND
Phone 14-F1
N. DEAN & SON
Funeral Directors
And Embalmers
Funeral! attended to L. ony part ol
the County or City.
Servlceo Up-to-date and Price. Rea
oonahtr An Any,
Wt Art it Ytv Sen it* Dty *r If
TELEPHONE
SHOE & H ARNESS REPAIRER
E. F. KUEHN, MAKER OF
Michiße and Hand Made Harness
SHOES REPAIRED
REPAIRING PROMPTLY IH>NB
REAL ESTATE
Houses, Building Lots and Farms
S. E. DAMERON
Phono Bel Air 892 UI L AIR, MO
C. Harry Magness
Justice of the Peace
SHARON, MD.
| Collections Made Promptly.
$25.00 REWARD
• A reward of I2&.00 will be given for tht
arrest and convirtioii of the lusrty or irt4e
who wilfully and maliciously destroyed pixhv
, erty at the Darlington High School on Hallo-
I we‘en night. Tuenday. October Slot.
By oixler of the Btard of Education for Har
i fo;d Cuuaty.
C. MILTON WRIGHT. Superintendent.
WM. PEPPER CONSTABLE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
700-794 Maryland Trual Building
Baltimore. Maryland
—AM>
(LKTON, MAUTLAND
IN MLKTON ON TUmr.Yi
1 WHAT rr MEANS i
TO BE “RUN DOWN” j
A "RUN DOWN” feeling is a dan- i j
ger signal. 11 you neglect it.
you are leaving the door wide
open to dangerous diseases.
ikuld yourself up to health and I
strength with Gude's Uepto-Mangan.
It will purify and enrich your blood,
tone up your nervous system, and help 1
you eat well, sleep well and feel well.
Gude's Pepto-Nlangan is a time-tried
tonic, recommended by physicians for
over 30 years. At your druggist
liquid or tablets, as you prefer.
Gude's
Pepto-Mangan j
Tonic and Blood Enricher |
Hay, Grain
Dairy Feed
Poultry Supplies |
Nothing but the best
handled. Expert advise
given on feeding.
Let us save you money
on your next order. I
P.H. McCORMICK & CO. I
Bel Air, Md.
Phone 369.
~ WANT ED j
During the Year m
10,000 Cords Peeled Poplar
and Gum Pulp Wood
for shipment from any point on
the B, & 0,, Pennsylvania or
Maryland & Pennsylvania Rail
roads.
JOHN CONNER & SON,
Street, Md.
I'hont Darlington 7KP
Notice to Taxpayers
Taxes are due ns mm.ii n s levies), nrul County
Tax beara interest after October I at. H2t, ami
HUU Tax after October lit. lm.
On tlie first day of February, of each year
the Treasurer la required to make up a Hat of
all delinquent tax payers, and the amouoto fur
which they are respectively In arrears, adding
to each bill the neceaaary and legal roots* and
publish the aarna In two county newspapers,
giving notice that If aaid taxee, together with
Intereet and costs are not paid on or before
the aacond Monday la April following, ha will
proceed on that day at the Court House Door
at 10 o’clock A. M. to offer such property to
the highest bidder for caah.
Delinquents will not be served with other
notice than that which appears in (he neweita
para. Interest on bdlh State and County Texet
after October lab 1022 A discount on County
tax of IVi par cent If pnld In July. 1 per cent
If paid In August, and per cent If paid In
September will be allowed.
Payments to be nuule to the treasurer at Bel
Air by check or money order.
gßpr*No part paymenta on tax bills will be
received.
O. C. ROUSE.
Treasurer of Harford County.
REAL ESTATE BUSINESS
FARMS SOLD. I'ROPKRTIKS
RUNTED, RENTS COLLECTED *
MONEY OBTAINED FOB PUR
CHASERS. ,i
Foe. moderate. Lint wi>h me whilt l>
the boom i. on.
J. T. EVANS
Dealer in Real Estate ;
BEL AIR MD.
DANIEL RIDER
IMI Greenaonat An. Hallo., Hi
Commission Merchant :
FOB THE BALE OP
Wheat, Cora, Oils, Hay, Straw, la j
— oan ana n>—
MILL FEEO.GLUTEN FELD, COTTON SEED \
MEAL AND OIL CAKE MEAL
will receive arm.) pt attentWn.
WE SELL
KAH M ©
—AND-
Country Homes
List with us if you wish to sell. Ab
solutely no charge unless we sell.
W A. STHOI’T FARM AOVAc t
The l.arKest In The World
FRED. C. JONES
Agent
DARLINGTON, . MARYLAND
W.SJSHIPLEY
JOPPV.MD.
I BUTCHER
w-
Fresh and Sah Neats
PROVISIONS]
| {Special attention to telephone
orders. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Cadres takes Monday aad Thursday |
Phone Wllaa (F 4
All Kinds of
White - Washing
Hone with power machine.
Cheapest way of making premises
sanitary and beautiful.
S. ROBERT WHITE.
McCann's Corner
Phone Darlington 7F6.
P. O Street
t chasTe.hornberger
Funeral Director & Embalmer
BENSON, MD.
AV PirBCEASBO A NSW AUTO MRABHK
PROMPT SERVICE DAY OR NIGH
LADY ASSISTANT
Funeral* attended anywhere in (he Slate
or Baliimoie City
TEL CALL BUL AIR BatM
NIGET PEONS WILNA IMS
Geneva Farm Guernseys
Our Cows, on test, will average well
over 600 Iba. fat
A Good Place Is Gel a 801 l Calf
JAMES W. DAVIS O SON,
Pkoee Car dig MB Bocks, Md.
j WANTED |
I 4000 Men and Women of Harford Co.
I to Join the Red Cross on Roll Call Day I
It will cost them a dollar, and
Ij their dollar will go straight to
work relieving suffering and
distress in our own county, in
our own country, and through
out the world.
No Dollar goes as far as the Red Cross
Dollar
I
Have it ready and waiting to
start on ROLL CALL DAY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12th
I
gSBTLOSSI
nPORTLKNO CEMENTJ
j PORTLAND cement requires expensive
*■ manufacturing (machinery, delicate .md accu
rate analysis, proportioning and xuperviaaoa
| it ia prouably the muU costly of all budding
uuleriala to manulatlurr. bi u* on tlwqjob
it is one of the most vcuiiuiiiiial.
T® the building world it u what sugar u to
the grocer —a small profit item that uniat |
dr pend on vulunu* for any profit at all. Your
budding material JeiJer u actually doing your
community a favor when lu* stock* cemeint—il j;
is an essential, and as fllicli hu carries it.
§. but because it is an essential >ou can enable
1 him to continue to sto<;k it. There are a dorrn a ,
small jobs, and perhaps some big ones, where
I you can most economically and profit ably use
j concrete right now. You'll be surprised how • |
\ cheaply it can Ik* used.
I } The Atlas Portland Cement Co. 5 :
I \ Sain Off***! New York - IMhUiI. >i his
I ! Miffs.—Nrnihempiuu, Ps.—l luilaun.N. Y. - Iwis.Ali.
"The Standard hy which
all other Makes are measured
t
;If You An Going To “Th. SUGAR.NE Way” |
Makes them lay
A cash crop every day
POULTRY We have a full line of
I Let u. Make Them Sugarine Buttermilk Egg
I ——l Mash & Scratch Grains
AI .HO ;
' Horse and Dairv Feeds
j GET A TON OF
SUGARINE RECORD DAIRY
| today and compare it with the best you ever used, and s
| let tne]cow be the judge.
| Ours is Best by Test
IP. H. McCormick & Co. |
BEL AIR, MD.
The
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
I Goes to Press
on
NOVEMBER 21st
All changes in or| addi
tions to listings and ad
vertisements must be
in our hands before
that date.
THE
CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC
TELEPHONE COMPANY
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HONEST ADVERTISING
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r FALL OPENING AT GETZ’S
We are now ready to offer you a complete and up-to-date
Fall and Winter Clothing I
HATS AND SHOES
i For Ladies, Gents and Children
I and can save you money on all your purchases. Come in and I
• inspect our line and we are convinced that you will he more I
than pleased. I
©.GtET2j, Phone 80-M, Bel Air. |
THE |
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
IN HARFORD COUNTY, MD. \
Fire Insurance, Windstorm Insurance
Automobile Insurance
LOW RATES, PROMPT SETTLEMENTS
Applications can be made at the Office or to any \
of the following Directors and Agents in Harford i
County: i
JOSEPH S. HAN WAT, Joppa, Md. J
JAMKB W. WIIMON. Darlington, Md. J
CHAKLKB B. SII VKK, Havre de Grae, Mil. A
W. BKATTV UAHLAN. Church vine, Md. v
W. HRRBKIiT OAIIINKH, Jarre ttavllle, Md. V
I JOHN W. UAI.BKKATH, Street, Md., R. D V
l. GILPIN WILSON. Darlington, Md. /)
WILLIAM N. H I OMAN, Bel Air. Mil. X
THOMAS C. HOPKINS, Havre de Grave, Md. \
ALPRKD H. WILSON. H. D. Aberdeen. Md 0
RICHARD DALLAM. President, \
GEORGE R. CAIRNES, Secretary and Trtaaurer. J
Call PUour Mo. SIS. h
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK
BEL AIR. MD.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
SURPLUS . . . 5,800
Chedusg Accounts Solicited. Interest Paid on Savings Deposits
This bank] was organised in 1900 and baa
served ita customer a faithfully since that date.
WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOUR ACCOUNT
WALTER W. PRESTON, President
DENIS J. SHANAHAN, Vice-Pies.
WILLIAM T. ANDERSON. Cashier
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McCOMAS BROS.
BEL AIR, MO.
GOODYEAR TIRES
Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs
American Field Fence
- - - ..
Estimates Carefully Furnished on
Lumber, Millwork and All Kinds
Building Material
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J. W. BREEDLOVE & CO.|
111 NORTH fit Villi- l .SUOMI rilnio
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Our customers end friends are cordially invited to visit our .hup and in IS
apart our New Fabrics for
SPRING AND SUMMER NOVELTIES
Yoo will b sure to And among the many weave* and colorings something H
that will suit your taetee. The kind of clothe* that leave our ahop make I
the well-dreeeed men.
HIDING iIUKKt Hfit A HFKCTALTY
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in In order to move quickly we quote: V 0
|| 6x20 Sap Cypress Shingles SIB.OO M. ||
|| 6x20 Heart Cypress Shingles $24.00 M. ||
(A F. 0, B. Baltimore, Md. oj)
BUY NOW. PRICES ARE GOING UP ||
| J. L GILBERT & BRO, LUMBER CO., 8,1 T"
|| LUMBER-MILL WORK ||
Buy Your School and Office Supplies |
AT THU 810 STATION UK V BTOIIK.
S MEYER & THALHEIMER, S
10-12 N. HOWARD STREET. |
BALTIMORE. MARYLAND
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Napplles, ('•■■•relal aad Harlal Hialloaery.
The OcL Victor Records Are Here
GIVEN AWAY FREE. • <■'> pu-rw.. ,h* wonderful victor
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We havr opened up a new department of
All Kinds of Musical Stringed Instruments
VERY MODERATE PRICED
New assortment Ladies’ and Men's Umbrellas from $1 up. Ladies
Hand Bags, in novelty styles, as well as conservative styles
SIMON GETZ

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