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' THE £GIS
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT
BKL AIR. Mil.
CaUbl<ah*d I (78. The JKuf I*'the olde*<
••■••paper with th )aigc*t circulation of any .
published In Harford County.
WORTHINGTON BROTHERS
John I). Wort hi ox 10, Jr.
Malcolm M. Worthington
Editor*
TERMS—SIJ># PER ANNUM
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1922
— -
MAI’ OFT A SCHOOL IMPROVE
MENT PLAN NOW
Past experience an<| present wild
rumor* have thoroughly convinced u*
that if the Board of Education i* to
t r( " the input yut of the new rchool
bond IkMie, a/d at the name time have
any peace, they should at an early date
work out a general plan of expenditure
for the county and make it public.
Already report* aie reaching u* from
certain communitie* that supported the
bond of how they are going to “de
mand” such a proportion of the whole
purac and keep driving until they get
it.
The public muni bear in mi ml that
tho Board cannot make thin quarter
of a million do the work of a million.
The measure wan adopted for the ben
efA of the county and hence mu*t
be treater! from a county viewpoint.
No doubt delegation* will pour into
town e'er many week* have lapsed
“demanding” that their particular
need* be met at once. If the Board
yield* to uch pressure nothing but
chaos can result.
Without making a study of the sit
uation we believe that some, of our
rural school* are in greater need of
immediate attention than elsewhere.
Tls true the need is crying enough all
along the line, hut the strong school
organizations of most of our town*
have already brought sufficient pres
sure in the past to have crying evils
remedied, while all too often the little
school house Juhl to he passed over.
When it is all said and done the real
. estate surrounding our rural schools
will have to stand a large proportion
of the tax to'meet our bonds so that
In our zeal for taking care of the town
and country high school pupils we
should rmt forget the little schools
which house so many country children.
Our faith in the sound judgment of
members of the Board of Education
eliminates all fear that they will yield
to the pressure of some dreamers and
scrap not a few of our present struc
tures. There may he cases where this
will lie wise but such instances are
few and fur between. Almost uni
formly a little alteration, an additional
room, or a substantial supplemental
building will meet the situation. It is
permanent, healthy, house* of learn
ing we are seeking, not architectural
monuments. The latter are greatly
to be preferred In the West where
school money Is abundant, but here
we must cut our garment according
to our cloth.
Too much stress cannot be laid upen
the public standing behind th* gea
*r*l policy mapped out by the Board
of Education. If each community
drives for It* improvements at once
and the Board yields they mud of ne
cessity procure cash much more rap
idly thun was originally antiripated
and the entire Bond Issue propaganda
will lie upset. Once the original tax
schedule is overthrown there is no tel
ling Just where we would land.
Merely lieeause a community xoled
heavily fop the bond issue does not
give it any special hold on the purse.
Again we say thi* ia a county propo
position and can only lie successfully
handled when treated as such. Towns,
precinct* and districts should not be
considered in mapping out the broad
policy and once this is announced our
school patrons should be public spir
ited enough to Stand behind It.
BUSINESS NOTICES
OiM.tisii i > ir S U a Ha*. N, •*-
riL* I** 1 *** 1 * 1 ts* Us* ifeaa at
W“Eor Sale-Fine large Turkeys.
John N. Wilkinson, H. |>. Bel Air, Md.
Phone 820F2,
mSf'*' 01 ' Pure Rhode Island
" •‘•e and Silver Gray Hoiking Cock
erels. Also half-bred Hampshire Pigs.
I rices reasonable. John Magness, Bel
Air, Md.
Ewes for sale or will ex
change for cow* and heifers. W. W
Bradford, Bel Air, Md.
•“Koi Sale—Pair of Black Colt*,
coming ;i year* old. Large, and no
bettor in the county. M. L Kuuei-lv
Forest Hill. Md. 5
...ST*' 01 ' ?*' '■ Reds, “Me.
ill mm a Strain Choice even daik
rj d „, ck re | s. M up. Mr*. W. k
Mr Williams, Stewartatown, I**.
W“For Sale—Home pecked tonra
t<a>* No. 3, |8 a case, Mrs. George W.
W lldason. Bel Air. Md. Phone Bel Air
828F11.
Sale Purebred (tarred
Rock Cockerels. M. Etta Day, Dar
lington, Md„ R. D. No. 2.
W W anted—A married man by the
month for farm and dairy' work. House,
gulden and usual privileges; satis
factory wages* Hall Preston, Falls
tor, Mat Dhoti Bel Alt BgiFl4.
yI" m . f
199*Ambitious—To the Buys and
Girls of Harford County; 1 am giv
ing. a New American Ace Bicycle to
the boy or girl securing the greater
number of subscriptions to the Deur-
Ikuii Independent. The Second priie
will be a five dollai gold piece. The
next 5 hi order will get I dollar eocn.
For each subscription you get 25c in
addition to the above prises. Contest
close* at Noon Xmas Eve. For full
information call Henrv T. Crocker,
Authorised Ford Dealer. Main and
Courtland Sts.. Bel Air. Md.
■■“Wanted —A sat of old geese for
bleeding of 3 geese and gander. Also I
for sale a Parlor Suit of Furniture, I
Buffet, white enameled Bedstead, and
Springs, practically new, a grapho
plmne ami Records and some nice Pigs.
Grover H. Hamilton, Phone SOU-5, Bel
Air. Md.
■■“F'or Sale —Thirteen Shoata, some
purebred Du roc. I*rlce 85 each. Geo.
W. Wild * son Bel Air. Md. Phone
Bel Air 828F11.
JJMT-Eor Sale—Two Houses and 1
Store In Bel Air. Apply to W. Wylie
Hopkins, Bel Air, Md.
•■“For Kale — Flat Dutch Cabbage.
10 cants a head. George W. Witdaeon,
Bel Air, ltd. name Bel Air BSBFII.
■WToi; Kcnt rJ-lomn Hoot in Up,
per * 'RosArYof' felt. Reasonable.
Small family desired. Apply to G.
Kosi Scarff, Upper Cross jloads, Md.
■■-Kperial Sale on Kelßr-Bpringfleld
Tires. Until Thanksgivftg Day we
are giving a Special s'XpDiscount on
Kelly Tires. We would * tie pleased
to show you the points about the New
Overland Auto that make it superior
to any other car at anywhere neat
the price. We have on hand Ifft-I
model used Overland in perfect nur
sing order, good conditon. that is a
bargain. We will be closed on Thanks
giving Day. E. Tucker 4 Co., Inc.,
Forest Hill, Md.
■■• For Sale —2 Registered Duroc
Sows. bred. One grand -champion at
Tlmonium, other was second. Ross
Hanna, near Madonna, Md.
■■“ For Sale—Two Foi Cowm, 6 j
clone Sptinger*, one Bay ffeddie Horse,
International Feed Grinder, 3-*pring
Top Wagon. Joseph A. Kraft. Jeru
salem, .Md. Phone Wilna 3W.
Bale—4oo BuaJieJs of Tur
nip / at my Ivsidence Glersille, 40e per
bushel. K. H. Hmtdi, Havre de Grace.
Md. ; '
WtT Wanted—Man wheji knows the
ranting business. Great
for right man. Chamber cjf Commerce,
La Grange, N. C. #.
IFPor Sale —A tire
buggy, very little used, win sell ut half
price. Edgar Hanna, Be| Air, Md.
Phone 800F8.
Dark Cornish Fowls for sale.
Cocks $5, hens or pullets $3 each. Wm.
Dallam, Bel Air. Phone Churrhville
4F3,
■ - - i v-k 4
3^*Sales Agents, both sex. Whole
or part tiihe, selling Nustile Silk ho
siery direct to consumer. Write for
particulars, Nustile Hosiery Mills,
Heed Bldg.. Phila., Pa.
IHT For Sale—Haired Rock Cocker
els. Parks bred to lay ntrain. Also
Muscovy Ducks. Mrs, J. Hamilton
Smith, Forest Hill, Md., near Smith’.'
Bridge.
Sale—Hog and dairy feed.
Feed molasses. Have a little peanut
meal. Gropk & Noonan, Fountain
Green. Md. Bel Air 806FI1.
'JV*For Sale—Geiser Saw Mill, in
good running condition. H. W. Hen
ton, Fawn Grove, Pa.
HT Wanted—Quarry men And labor
ers. Good wages, steady work. Sleep
ing quarters furnished. Apply to C.
B. Creighton, Supt., York Valley Lime
A Stone Co., along Wrightsvllle Pike,
York, Pu.
HT*For sSale—Caloric Pipeless Fur
nace. Chevrolet Sedan, freab Cow, Saw
Mill. Georg* W-. Standiford, Iteckord,
Md.
A flraf class farmer,
either on shares or manager on 500
acre farm must have best reference, W.
F. Coale, Hotel Bayou, Havre He
Grace, Md.
dollar tiavftd U a dollar made,
I can aave them Tor you on your
Ford needs as I have a good supply in
stock, having no extra expenses In
keeping pails and accessories for Fords
can sell at a small profit, as 1 must
have building to run blacksmith busi
ness in. J. P, Gilbert, Forest Hill, Md.
WFor Sale—Beagle Puppies, 4
weeks old. Harry Knopp, Rocks. Md.
Plume Jarrettsville 88F31.
Wgmt*d-*~To farm 100
acres on thirds. Landlord furnishes
stock Implements, seed and fei till
ers. Fifteen corn’s. A man with help
ia his fondly prefart'ed. W. B. Steel,
fort Md. , .
K ween old. E. W. Jackson, Aikin,
Md. Phone Perryville OFII,
Sale—Beautiful large boned
Bom borf Bed Turkeys. PrUe winners
at atate and county Fairs. Domestic
and easy to raise. Write for price list
Helene V. Norman, Street, Md.
undersigned has opened a
general automobile repair shop at For
est Hill. All work handled with care
and skill .Specialist on generator* and
magnetos. Charles Poole, Forest Hill.
Md., Phone Bel Air 821F12.
buyers for comfortable
places of from 10 to Ift acres at reu
sonable prices. List your place al
once. D. Paul MeNabb, Re) Air. Md..
representing EL A. St rout farm Agen
cy.
!W*For Sale—2H ton Republic
Truck with Can Rack. Just been over
hauled. W. E. Robinson, Bel Air, Md.
■•'‘For Sale—loo acre farm in third
district. 76 acres clear, practically level
and in good state of cultivation, 2ft
acres woodland. 160,000 feet saw tim
ber, good buildings, well watered and
fenced. Price $7,600* SI,OOO down.
S. E. Dameron, Bel Air, Md.
■VEor Sale—B T. B. Tested Cow*
pair of Mules good workers and young,
. 2 Sows and 18 Digs, pair of Hoises,
Joseph Harkins, Sharon, Md.
j •^‘Wanted—For client*, Money on
first class ftrat mortgages, amount,
from 500 up. S. E. Dameron, Bel
Air, Md.
gWEor Sale—Several good store
Stands and buainess propositions. S
E. Dameron, Bel Air, Md.
’ ■■“ Having bought a new trartoi
and baler we are prepared to do youi
hling. Quick service. Price right
Drop us a line. James A. Mahnn, J
; W. Poole, Forest Hill, Md.
WCWanted—A capable man be
tyeen the ages of 21 and 3ft to assist
In General Office work in Aberdeen.
Prefer man experienced in traffic work
knowledge of short hand and typv
writing would not be out of plan-.
Splendid opportunity and good salary
to the right man. Address S., Harford
I Democrat, Aberdeen, Mil.
■■“ Wanted To Rent—A Farm on
shares, will take immediate possession
1 Apply A., /Egis Office.
■■Wanted—Two single white men
- to work in cow hunt, dry hand milk
Ml 860 par moult* a,id board. Also
wt* sttlgle man te work in dairy in
battling department. Apply at -oner
to W. M. Humme", Mgr, Old
Forge Farm, Spring Grove, York Co.,
; i*u.
■•“ Cell Frank R. Hammond, Up
| per Falls. Md. for a truck when yon
need hauling done. Both fiat and
: dump bottom machines. C. A P. tele
1 phone Fork lIFS.
I Unwanted by Maivh Ist—Man
with family to farm on shares. This
, farm is an exceptionally good one. and
: folly equipped with up to date machi
nery and splendid dairy herd with
I modern equipment. An opportunity
i for an industrious, honest, reliable
j family. Address Farmer, co The
rEgis.
89“Foi Sale—Farm of 2ft acro*i 3 |
allies from JseeettoviUe, uwaeil by I
Mi*. Br B. Butler. Apply JesT But
ler, Jairettsvillr. Md.
■9“ w> h*ve,Mst put in a ndw feed
i m ill and are How ready- to do custom
grinding. Giro us a trial, C. E. Gross.
Floyd Noonan- Phone Bel Air 808FII.
99“ For Sale—l Registered Male
ami 1 female Duroc Red Hog. Ne
reasonable offer refused. Registry
papers furnidied. C. R. Cameron, Jop
p*. Md.
the Ist of Novenilrer we!
w.H only make cider o nTuesday and
Friday of each week. C. E. Gross,
Floyd Noonan, Phone Bel Air 806F11.
I WE Ties pas* notices printed on
Muslin for sale at The iEgis Office,
i Protect* ybur stork against reckless
I gunners.
■•“ Bought and sold— Second hand ,
suluapUn in any qundition. Handle .
I all kfniv ef parts. Uaialed on Harford I
pike, 2 Squares from town. Phone'
, 3CS. If you need an extra tire call i
Sam Goldman, Bel Air, Head office
Main St., at McCormick's feed store.
1 still handle all kinds of Junk.
■■“ Money to lend on mortage.
Charles H. Mac Nahb, Cardiff,Md.
. ~
fn the market to buy nice
turkeys. Communicate Box 252, Boon
ton, N. J.
■9“ Sawed Wood For Sale. C. F.
Murphy, Bel Air, Md. Phone l&R.
■■“ Wanted Pulp Wood—Highest
cash price paid for cars. Fred C.
Jones, Darlington. Md. Phone Darl
ington 17F1I.
•^-Wanted—All kinds of Junk, old }
Automobiles and all kinds of hides, jj
Cash price paid for same. Orders |
promptly attended to. Phone 817F21 I
Bel Air, Isaac Plotnick, Forest Hill. I
■■“Farm* Wanted—At once for |
r out-of-town clients. 60 to 200 acres, j
State full particular* and Price. John h
T. Davia k Co., 30-803-3C5 Gaither I
illdg., 11l N. Charles St, Baltimore, jj
■■“ Money to Lend in sums to ouit I
W, Worthington, Hopkins, Attorney- 9
qt-luiw, Rel Air, Md.
■■“ For Sgje —Ten tons of prime jj
baled Wheat Straw. John R. Rutledge,
Fullrton, Md.
■■■Wanted —50 men to work in
woods. C F. Muiphy, Bel Air, Md.
Phone 16R,
■■“ Dependable Trees—Fruit, shade
and Ornamental, Hardy Shrubs, Fan
cy and Standard Evergreens, Hedge
Plants, etc. Deal with ua direct. Cat
alogue. Grier Brothers, Nureerymen,
Forest Hill. Md., R. D.
■■-Don’t dreg your Dead Animals
out. Call Fork 61. and same will be
taken away at once- No animals mov
ed which have been skinned. George
W. Standiford, Reckord, Md.
Public Sale
Tti# underßiirned intendinu to klv* up farm-
In* Mild move tu th City will sell •( Public I
Auction without reaerve on the pruffileoe nu
Edi#wooil known m the Ueiwey farm located
I*4 mile* north of Edftcwund, on
Tuesday* November 28, 1922
H*trinniii* et lb o’clock bherp. the fnllnwing
REAL ESTATE
<’onßlßtin* of
78 Aoret, More or Lets
i(tn tillable, bwtaucc in isaiturc him I wootl
lanl. The property • ln- -
pmvad by a R-rm HOUSf*. 1. j|LV\
Horn .10x40, Chicken flouM,
water
at door, running water to barn
lot of younw fruit tree* of all tlnd. i rood
Work HorMa, -work in all hameaa. 8
i Mlf*r*. | to * year old. new Mowln* Ma
rhino. Oliver Plow. Kldln* CuHlvato., Harrow,
nttncle Cultl vatoi, (Wiliam. Bridle*. Haltem.
lot of amall tool*, anil many other ertlclw too
nuoieroua to mention. .
TKRMH OP MAI.K
I PERSONAL PROPERTY All nun* of Sill
and under ca*h. on ■■ma over that amount a
credit of t month* will be given, iNirrhaaar*
irlvinu their note* with approved awurily,
heartnw Internet from day of mI *nd payable
at pefxsnd National Hank ,
HRAI* RSTATK Term* to be made known
on day of aal*.
> JOHN lIKLBO I
O. C, Ridlardann A Bro., Auctioneeia
PUBLIC SALE
• —or—
-30 Head of Fine
Kentucky Cows I
Tuberculin Tested
H f** undersigned will sell at Public Bale on *
Ma farm located on the rAad from l allston to
Madonna m| Hut ledge, nn
p
<i Friday, Nov. 24th, 1922
Rvulnnlns al 12 u'rhs-k M .harp,
, 30 Head af High Class
;; KENTUCKY COWS
'• Jny, Guernsey & Holstein
HP 31 HP
f. 17 of (hM cow. have been freah durin K N.h
L vernier, uthem will b* frwl. by day of Mile
Thee cows have been carefully .elected in the
dairy iwgione of thl. famoud atate ami •
tl worthy of buyom careful attention Come and
51 me a good lot.
If * TKRMH OP SALK
j um of (ft and under caah. on aum.
ovr that amount a credit of 4 month, will be 1
n. given purha*er giving their nolea with H p- !
proved security. Iwaiing Inlere.t from day of !
■ale and payable ut bank
ggr* B *!*' poaltlve. regardleae of weather a. I
*• there U plent yof ahelter.
K- J t'IIAKLKM KI’TI.KIM.K '
H. J M TUHNBH |
Owner*.
I. W. Thornpeon. Auctioneer.
b Public Sale
Pi -
By virtue of a warehouaeman'a lien, due no
tice having been given by rcgiiitered mall to
each urn! every iiarty herein concerned, with
' a statement showing the sum. due. a daacrii*-
v tbm of the good, againal which thi. lien exist*
and due notice tu pay .aid lien> on or beforr
a eertaln date n*n*ei In the aaid notice, wgl
... time having expired the fallowing owner, now
being indefaull. the under.lgned will eell hy
II Public auction to the highertl bbblci at the
it. Kunkel Servlet' Station In IW Air, Harfonl
J, County. Maryland, on
Saturday, Dec. 2nd, 1922 [
P Commencing al 10 o'clock A. M . to aecure
Ml
• heir charge* for atorage and labor had and
dont at their Mild Service Station. *. folbtw.;
K UMO CHALMKHS DKI.IVKKY. IBM, own-
M' ed or .Un-ed by C. L Chriatuidrer |
OWNKRB TAKK NOTICE, that unle.. you.
acounl* with lb* coat* theraon are iiaid on
■y - 'oi before the bout of Mile n. advertmed above.
t| your car will be xold tt .ecure the charge >
and com* for which it i* held.
TKRMS OP HAI.R—CASH
KI'NKKI. BKRVICR Cl>.
n C*. H HOWRRS. Manager
. _
USED CARS
i BUICK-Lighl Six-Roadster
CHALMERS-Tovng, Six Cyl-
BUICK-Fow-Tooriog
'j OVERLAND-83-Toarifig
1 STUMBAKER-Roadster
FORD-Tourina
Sf.Qair Bros. Motor G>
DEALERS
DURANT AND STAR MOTOR CARS
J.rretUville, Md.
Fkon* Jarrettavxille 15 M
DANCE
' • o^yty<>
Harford Council, K. of C., No. 1933
WILL HOLD THEIR
Annual Thanksgiving Eve Dance
BEL. AIR ARMORY
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 29th
Dancing from 9 P M. lo I A. M.
MUSIC FURNISHED BY
| The John Casper Orchestra
of Baltimore
ADMISSION
I GENTLEMEN SUO LADIES 60c.
(Tliis includes war tax)
Colored Matron in attendance
Ladies' and Gents’ Prizes given away
A million men
have turned to
One Eleven
Cigarettes .
—a firm verdict for
superior quality.
#lll
cigarettes
15,0,10 ‘ '
W y Permryhnnkj
\Acuum cup
▼ CORD TIRES
j TheSoumlofSafety"
goes along with your car
wherever you travel
telling you at all times
I that wet, slippery pave
ments are as safe as dry
ones with the mile-mak
ing Vacuum Cup Trsad
on guard.
Whatever the motorist
needs, we have it, from
Vacuum Cup Tires and
"Ton Tested ” Tubes to
accessories, all at the
I lowest prices you can
' buy quality goods for
—phis topnotcb service.
ALEX. Y. WATTERS
Jarrettsville, Md.
! - —i —————
Let
Miss Elizabeth K. Bradford
123 Main St.. B*l Air
(Telephone 18-J)
Shop for You at
HUTZLER BROTHERS €O.
BALTIMORE
WHATTI MEANS
TO BE “RUNDOWN”
A "RUN DOWN" feeling is a dan
ger signal. If you neglect it.
you are leaving the door wide
open to dangerous diseases.
Build yourself up to health and
strength with Glide s Hepto-Manggn.
It will purify and enrich your Wood,
tone up your nervous system, and Wlp
you eat well, sleep well and feel well.
Glide's Depto-Mangan is a time-tried
tonic, recommended by physicians for
over 30 yeara. At your dnigvist*-
bquid or tablets, aa you prefer
Gude’s
Pepto-Mangan
Tomic and Blood Enricher |
BERK AT HOME
Bt*l Air ( ili/rnn Gladly Testify and
C'onfldrnlly Heroin mend Doan’N
Kidney Pill*
It ia testimony like the following
that has placed Doan’s Kidney Pills so
far above competitors. When people
light here at home raise their voice
in praise there is no room left for
doubt. Read the public statement of
a Bel Air citizen:
J. D. Whitmore, auto trimmer, Alain
St., says:
“My kidnevs became disordered and
weak. 1 suffered quite a lot with dull,
nagging backache.* and u soreness
ucros s my kidneys. When I stooped
It was hard for me to straighten and
my kidneys didn’t act right. I used
Doan’s Kidney Pills from Getz’s Drug
1 Store and they were what I needed and
soon fixed me up in good shape.**
Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don’t
simply ask for a kidney remedy—gel
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Whitmore had. Foster-Milhurn
Co., Mfrs„ Buffalo, N. Y.
Attorney’s Sale
Hr virtu* of th* power contained in a mart
uaire fiom Joei>h J. Reynolds to Mraiel S.
Stephenson, dated the Klh day of July, In the
IW. and recorded amongst the Land Records
turd* of Harford County, in Über J. A. H .
No, 170. folio IM. default bavin* occurred
therein, the undemiKiiod. attorney named in
Mid h ilwawc. will pffei at Public Sale at tha
Court House dour, in Bel Air, Maryland, on
Monday, November 20, 1922
At U o’clock M., all that certain
TRACT ORPARCEL OF LAND
situate and lylnn in the Fifth Flection District
of Harford County, Maryland, cnntalninK
29 Acm, 1 Rod ud 16 Sgurr Peiclet
•f bid. Moff w Lus,
beinu the aame land devised to the said J.wwph
J Reynolds by his mother. Martha A. Reynolds.
Iy her last will and testament, dated the 14th
•lay oi July, in the year IBM. and ieoord*d
•monast th* Will Records of Harford County,
in Like. J. A . No. IA. folio 2AI. except U
itrres thereof conveyed by the said Joseph J
Reynolds to Charlea T. Mrlauvhlin and wife,
by deed dated the 11th day of May in the year
Itf.'O. and recorded amon K t the Land Records
aiuresaid In Liber J. A. R. No. I*. folio 304.
The Improvements constat of >.
a rood nan for table FRANK igm' r S
DWELLING IIOI’SF. and *ll
recess* ry outbuildmus.
TFIRMS OP BAIJI
Tire terms of aaie are:. One-Uird of the pur
fhaae ntoney to be paid In caah on tbe day of
sale; balance uixm ratification of sal*, or all ,
.ash on day of aal* at the option of the pur
.•baser, credit payments to bear interest from
day of sale and to he secured to th# satisfaction
of the undersign mi attorney.
HARRY 8. CARVER.
Attorney named in mortgaire
C. C. Richsrdrtin 4 Bro.. Auctioneeis
J. G.HOOPER
House Painter
and Grainer
S O. BEL SIS. MD
Phone 815 F-5 i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Th-s ia to give notice that th > subm nb< r i
h*-e obtained from th* Orphans Own Her- ,
fold County. Maryland, letters of admin* 4 rx- ,
lion oa th* estate of
FLORENCE R BALDWIN
late ol Harford County deceased. All perwms •
M\* elalau against said deceased are hereby
notified to exhibit the saiu* with the level
vouchto* thereof
Oa at before lb* 14th day *f May. 1923 ,
or they may otherwise by law be excluded from '
all teneflls of said aetata All iwreons indebted •
to said eeta*a are requested to make Immediate i
ia>rnt. i
Given under my hand and seal this Nth day l
of Novamber. 1922.
HARRIETT E BADWIN.
EDWARD A. BALDWIN.
. a. Admin-urn tors
1 SATISFACTORY
TELEPHONE SERVICE
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By ‘satisfactory”service we mean that
the individual user shall be satisfied
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Telephone service embraces a variety of operations;
the installation of telephones and changes in location;
telephone operating; maintenance of the central office
equipment; outside plant and telephone apparatus; ac
curate and up-to-date directory lutings; billing; collect
ing and numerous other things that must be done to
give service that will be complete and satisfactory.
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Notwithstanding our aim to give the highest possi
ble standard of service, we realize that at times difficul
ties will arize. Usually they are quickly remedied. But
defects at times occur, which,in spite of our watchfulness,
are not immediately detected.
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Our patrons will confer a favor upon us if they will
advise us immediately of such occurances.
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TELEPHONE COMPANY
of Baltimore City
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Th's U to give notie* that the subscriber ha
oUaim-d.from the Orphans Court of lU.for
I Cißt). Md . letters of admittilraiius *. I. a
Inn the estate of
JOHN D. WOBTHIWiTON
late of Harford County increased. Ail prnm ’
Latins rlaima arain-t aid deeeaaed are li*ieh>
| notified to exhibit the same Hk the lewef
wurlera thereof
On er he fere the 14th day ef May. itS
or they may otherwise hy law be excluded frost
all benefit aof aaid estate All persona toden*f*l
Ui eaid estate are requested to make immediate
payment.
Given under my hand and seal this Nth day
of November. I*tt.
JOHN D. WOHOI Jr..
A^slsktrstor.
REPORT OF THE
Board of Education of Harford County
For the Year Ending July Slat, 1922
I Summary of Receipts and Disbursement for nil purposes lor I)car
RECEIPTS
Balance on hand July Slat. 1921 *l,BJ9.i*
FROM THE STATE—STATE SCHOOL TAX—
I Account School Population and'Attendance $41,650.00
High School Aid 9,742.1 m
Fret Hook Fund . 4,498.92
Sola: ies of Office 2,470.00
Colored Industrial Lund 1,600.00
Vocational Education 1,657.49
1 Slate Free School Fund - 770.34
$ 62,18:1.75
FROM THE COUNTY—rCOU NTV SCHOOL TAX—
For Permanent Improvements (Outlay) 18,816.000
For Repairs (Upkeep) 5,000.00
For Current Repairs (Upkeep unfnrseen) .... 660,00
For Furniture in Old Buildings (Both Upkeep and
Outlay) 1,300.00
For Maintenance and Support of Schools 129,9:15.00
Foi Purchase of Additional Land. 6,650.00
161,350.00
FROM OTHER SOURES—
Tuition Fees from Adjoining Counties and States 803.63
Interest on Bank Balances - 96.911
Sole of Property (Dtlnkale) *50.00' -
Donations from Parent Teachers As
sociation for lands 3,650.00
Donations from Mechanlcsville School, one half cost
of Alteration of Building ...., 351.13
Donation from Slate Ridge School, one-half cost of
new equipment 116.78
Miscellaneous Receipts 116.95 5,781.:i2
$231.117.:i£
DISBURSEMENTS
GENERAL CONTROL— .
Office Expenses 797.32
Piinting and Advertising 489.07
Board Members, Allowance for Expense 300.00
Legal Services. 80.00
Salary of Superintendent 2,600.00-
Traveling Expenses of Superintendent 382.55
Salary of Clerk 1,200.00
. Salary of Attendance Officer 840.00
traveling Expenses o' Attendance Officer 307.53
Other Costs of Control 150.89
Total Costa of Control $ 7.0T..36
1 INSTRUCTONAL SERVICE—
Elementary Approved High
Schools Schools
Salary of Supervise;- % 1.600.00
Traveling Expenses of Supervisor. 698.72
Teachers’ Salaries „ 118,597.43 $ 40,707.77
Text Book- 3,498.69 1,137.03
i Matei ials of Instruction 1,573.57 941.53
] Other Costs of Instruction 74.80 135.45
Total Coats of Instruction 168.961 Yl
OPERATION OF SCHOOL PLANT—
-1 Janitor’s Wages 3,442.92 1,850.08
! Fuel 8,567.67 1,686.13
; Janitors' Supplies. 206.14 45.92
Other Costs of Operation, 679.38 317.30
Total Costs of Operation —18.75-*- r >4
MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOL PLANT—
Repair of Buildings and Upkeep
of Grounds 3.111.24 507.91
Repair and Replacement of
Equipment 979.28 520.08
Other Costs of Maintenance 531.82 225.00
Total Costs of Maintenance 5,871.83
tI’XILIARY AGENCIES—
.-'chool Libraries 170,00 20.00
Community Activities 613.45
’I uition to Adjoining Counties 388.08
Transportation of Pupils 572.30
Total Auxiliary Agencies.. I.TT. '. iW
••’IXED CHARGES—
Insurance 383.80
t'ontrlbutons and Contingencies _ 20.00
411.1.16
DEBT SERVICE—
Interest on Short Term Loans 67.1“
'APITAL OUTLAY—
land 11,079.25
New Buildings and their Equipment 2,989.29
Alteration of Old Buildings 634.19
Equipment of Old Buildings T> 11,498.32
Total Capital Outlay $ 26.2 m O.i
Balance on hand July 111, 19*4 4,0:1*
1231.147.3 S
Respectfully Submitted,
C. MILTON WRIGHT, Treasu.er,
Bel Air, Md„ November 7th, 1021
Mrs. Helen A. B. Lee, President
Hoard of Education of Harford County,
Dear Madhm:—
Pursuant to your instructions through Mr. C. Milton Wright, Tiea-urrr
I have examined the books of your office for the year ending July 31. 1922.
find them to be correct.
During the examination the disbursement.; were compared with the css
celled cheeks. The receipts were compared with the payments made by the
Treasurers of Harford County and the Comptroller of the State of Maryland
I have also footed and proved all accounts and found samel to be correct.
Respectfully submitted-
WALTER B. YOUNG-
~NOTICK~TO TRESPASSERS
All persons an hereby warned not
U> trespass on the premises of the an
deraigned during the entire gunning
season with dog, gun or trap.
WAKEMAN B. MUNNIKHUYSEN
MRS. ROBET F. HANNA.
A. S. MAGNESS
DANIEL P. LYNCH,
HUGH V. WARD.
WILMER P. HOOPES,
THOMAS F. CADWALADER.
EDWARD H. HALL,
DR. LEWIS,
HENRY SCHILLINGER,
J. E. GLADDEN
( MEHTHOLATUM 1
W. WORTHINGTON HOPKINS
Attorney-at-I •* w un
BEL AIR, - IIABYLANU

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