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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT BFL AIR, MD. E*Ublihd 1871. Th* JB*i* U the oldest ftnr*pap*r with the lerueot circulation of any published In Harford County. WORTBINUTON BROTHERS John I). Worthington, Jr. Malcolm M. Worthington Editor* TERMS—*I.SO PER ANNUM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1922 1923 May the above year be The Happiest Most Prosperous And Peaceful to peoples of the earth everywhere. OPPORTUNITIES WHICH 1923 OF FERS UH At* wo stand upon the brink of the pawing year and gaze across the river of timo towards the promised land of 1923 the predominant Herniation** for th© moat of ub aro those of regret and hope. Regret—that the clotting year did not measure up to our fondest dreams, or because we did not grasp all the opportunities which it offered and utilize them to the fullest. Hope— which ever spring* eternal, that the future still holds the best in stqre for UH. tarhapM it i* not wine at thi w*u- Hon to <hvell too long: on our Nfntf — good rrsohitioriK fo>r the future are more opportune. Tia well to l>ear in mind, that “All things work to gether for good, to them that love God." Jlence on reflection we find that many of our past misfortunes were really blessings in disguise. Business revers es or personal disappointments should have served to broaden our experience ami characters, so that similar condi tions will be met with success in the future. Downright failure to grasp the good things which the past year offered calls for no sympathy, and only a growth of stamina and charac ter will overcome such shortcomings. Good resolutions ami a new yeor will not suffice to work miracles. It is hardly worth while to use the time-worn formulas for business men to dig in and make the coming year the most successful one in their his tory. The worth while citizen, whether he be employer or employee, realises that life's working span is compara tively short and that if success is to be obtained persistent effort must be put forth. In this connection it la not amiss to warn that few of the world’s foremost business men have had the i temerity to predict a particularly bril liant outlook for the coming year’s industry. Its potential possibilities, with many controlling factors whip ping into shape, are almost beyond , limit, but with the European and taxa tion questions still unsettled problems \ few are willing to wager what the f outcome will be. This means that [ caution should be employed In all lines of business so that if necessity for re traction arises a backward step may be taken without fatal injury. While looking towards the future It should b© borne in mind that our pri mary duty is to take care of the pre Rent. He who does hie daily tasks above the average need have no fear that the future will not hold advance ment for him. Every profession and industry is aeeking superior men o that the qualified man may met as sured there will be a proper niche for for many of the citiaens of Harford 1*23 offers a direct challenge. The past few year* have seen the passing o material slowing up of many of pur foremost citiaens who have played la prominent part in wilting the coun ty's economic, civic and literary hln "tory. Sad to relate men of proper calibre have often not been forthcom ing to fill their place*. In the mud race for personal gain many who are well fitted have shunned offices of pub. . Mp trust and appointments which oar mad with them groat opportunities for jjpKid, despite some minor drawbacks such as subjection to criticism. Let the men of llarfwd be men during - 11)28. Let them hearken to the call of dnty and give their utmost effort when they respond. Then we will aee office* Becking men rather than men ••eking offices, and Barely none will aey that this will not redound to the county’s betterment. The comfrg year offers its full meas dlfe of happiness, unlimited opportu nity for work, unquestioned duties and B myriad of chances to aid our fellow apti. * ace them all squarely, meet the aituatiqn to the utmost of your ppbillty anti there Is no question as to the ultimate outcome. CHARLES THOMAS WRIGHT One* more the Grim Keeper has 'Waited us, amt In the person of Charles noma* Wright removed from our rPtaW l * one of the county’* best known end moat highly esteemed dtisens. In Ui capacity as principal of Bel Air and Havre de Grace Schools and later * Superintendent of Schools for the ■ ijpounty Mr. Wright touched a large mmiber of our people and not only by precept but by daiy example sought ’■•tO better his fellow men. N' Uniform courtesy and thuugtifulness tot others were characteristic of the man and neither the Infirmities of age or disease served to eliminate these kindly traits which he solongdisplayed in public life. Though deferential to the views of others, Mr. Wright was hhn ■df a clear thinker and forceful in the public expression of his views when called upon to do so. As an elocution ist he had unusual talent and there an few of us who have not in turn laugh ad at Ms humor or wept at his pathos In the rendition of recitations or read ings at various functions An active public life for many years | seemed only to increase Mr. Wright's i, . devotion and interest in his own im mediate family and the influence of •‘the loving guidance of parents is well exemplified in the daughters of this * family, all of whom have held public or semi-public positions. A devoted parent, consistent churchman, faithful ‘ public official, Charles T. Wright was ever the courteous gentlemen whose life woe a useful one for himself and fellswmeei. Darlington Keaa Darlington . Dec. 26—Mr. George .Snodgrass, of Craig Healing .Springs, Ve. t spent pait of the week end .ith Dr. and Mm F. P. Snodgrass. Mr. Claiborne C. Blackwell who has l>een establishing offlcM in different states for the Fidelity Trust Company of Baltimore is now permanently lo cated at their office at Roanoke, Va, Mr. Blackwell spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I>eroy N. Blackwell. Mrs. Stanley Hannah, of Joppa, spent the holidays with her mother. Mm. George Bannister. In the American School Citizenship League World Essays, a contest of Normal Schools teachers and colleges, etc. Miss Cornelia Wilson won 2nd prize. The subject was “Education in the Promotion of International Under standing. Ist prize $75 was won by a man froju the State College of Missis sippi and Miss Wilson 2nd prize ssoand the third prize $26 was won by a man front Cambridge University. We con gratulate Miss Wilson and assure her that Darlington feds very proud of her ability and accomplishments. Miss Retta Burkins, of Carney’s Point, N. J., is the guest of her moth er, Mrs. E. R. Burkina. Misses Elizabeth Chew and Lucy Williams, of Baltimore, wen* Xmas guests of Mrs. K. M. Allen. Rev. E. W. Wn4H. who has l>een Rector of All Saints Church, Baltimore for many years has resigned the Rec torship the resignation to take place in the early summer. Mr. Wroth and family will reside permanently in their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Samud Mason, Jr. are spending the Christmas season ul Germantown, Pa. Miss Grace Hopkins and Miss Isa bel Brown, of Philadelphia, are spend ing the Holidays with'Miss Anna Hop. kins. Miss Susie Dickinson, of New Park, Pu., has been spending some time with relatives ami friends here. Mrs. J. B. Bedford, of Sanitorium, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. Milton Warner. Mr. Wm. T. Thompson Is recovering from a very serious attack of blood poisoning caused by a puncture of a rusty nail. Dr, Mary Willis is the guest of her brother-in-law and rlster, Mr. and Mrs. John E. George. Mr. Elmer Ohandlee and Mr. Gilpin Jourdan of Western Maryland College are spending th Holidays at the homes qf their parents. Miss Rose Puckett, of Matoka, W. Va., is home during the Christmas va. ration. The Children’s Christmas Festival Sunday night at the M. R. Church was enjoyed by a house filled to its capacity. The beautiful tree, and trim, mings throughout the Church, lighted by electricity made a brilliant specta cle; the children acquitting themselves moat creditably in their exercises am! the music nvos excellent. The only note of regret was the absence of the Superintendent Mr. Joseph Andrew, who had not missed a Christmas ser vice for many years. The announce ment of the continued improvement in Mr. Andrew's condition gave pleasure to all. Mr. and Mm. Robert Hammond Wehb-IVploe spent Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mr*. E. M. Al len. Mr. and Mrs. James Selfe and little daughter were Christina* guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Selfe. Mrs. L. E. Mick i seriously HI at her home. Mr. and Mis. Mick hod their house hold goods packed expecting to move to Baltimore on the 20th when Mrs. Mick was taken iH. Misses Juliet and Georgia Scott, of Baltimore, spent Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mm. Wukeinan H. Scott. The (teuple of Darlington and vicini ty through the Red Cross, sent a do nation of eatables to the Havre de Grace Hospital. Mr. H. Clinton Scarborough is ne gotiating for the Carroll Scarborough Store stand which includes a dwelling, the Odd Follows Hall and the Darling, tun Bronch of the Harford Bank. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Andrew spent Christmas In Brooklyn, N. Y. with their son-in-law’ and daughter, Dr. and Mis. Daniel Bratton. GREAT VICTORY FOR SCIENCE Cure of Insanity Ona of the Moat 8u- P'Wna Blastings Boatowad on Human Raoo. Insanity Is no longer considered hopeless in most eases. The hospitals are curing great numbers of patients through sclentltlc treatment. Physical Infect lons have been found to he ihe cause of many mental cases; and even where the cause Is purely mental, Specialists are making rapid progress In restoring the diseased minds. The reclaiming of a lust mind is perhaps the greatest blessing science can bestow. An eye, a lung, a leg or an arm may he taken away, yet there always remains that handful of gray substance which can comprehend and direct tlte world. Hut when the mind Is gone, everything Is gone, us far as ihe unfortunate Individual Is con cern ed. The attitude toward lunatics of sav age or semi-savage peoples Is rather odd, when one considers that an Im becile la always more or less of a nuisance and that savages, by natural Inclination, make short shrift of all obstacles In the way of their comfort and happiness. Almost Invariably sav age tribes believe that their demented members are possessed of a suiter natural presence, and treat them kind ly and well. Tlu? treatment of those mentally de ficient by modern civilised people has been sometimes cruel and, until lately nearly always unwise.—Jacksonville Journal. BUTTONS ONCE HAD PURPOSE In Old Times There Wee Qood Hea ton ter the Prseent Merely “Or naments!" Appendsgss. A well-known speaker recently en gaged In some captloue remarks st a gathering of women, upon the frivoli ties of fashion particularly as con cerned women’* dress. He was get ting considerable fun out of It until one of the ladles Interrupted him anil askad what the Pultons on the hack of hla coat wera for. They are clearly superfluous and Just aa much out of lilacs as some of the feminine folblee he was criticising. He was unable to answer the question, whereupon the laugh was on him. The useless and supposedly ornamental extra buttons on a man's dress coat are rellca of horseback-riding days, when It was customary to button up the skirls of tlw coat to prevent sitting upon them or gelling the linings aolled from the horse. The silt up the back of the coat originally setvad the same good pur pose. The buttons on the sleeves are Inherited from the days when a really dashing blade had frequent neceeslty fur turning up the sleeves of hla coat to give hit sword-arm play. Then Hie buttons served a real need. Finally the tumed-up sleeve and Its lining lie came a cuff that could no longer be turned down and the buttons became merely traditional. Training Har Ear. Blgnur Tonslllnl—Your daughter has au iigpessihtv voice. Why do you wish tor lo teach Perl Mr. Longsuftcr—l want her lo learn what a horrible voice she baa so she’ll quit trying I* Mug. BUSINESS NOTICES Tmt cwu a lla. far Ira, inaarttas *a4 • rent, a lla. far aack aabaasaasl laacrtlaa - 7 aarSa la a lla. Na af nrtlaaaHMa laMrl.f far laaa Ikaa U •as la. IMR-For Exchange—Good Coin or Heifers, close springers, for rood farm team, hone* or mule. Al*o for sale, 40 pigs and Shoate; three good brood bows, farrow in March. T. L. Blackburn, on T. M. Allibone Farm, Bel Air, Md. WFot Sale—One ton high speed Ford truck. Been run less than 1000 miles and good as now. Also pair of Mulee, weighing about 2200 lbs, 12 years old. J. Albert Wheeler, Falls ton, Md. JU-Boplar Legs Wanted. Of good quality. Write Comoy-Buchanan Lbr. Co,. Jamestown, N. V. £WFor Sale —Holstein Bull, two years old. Harry F. Hess, Upper X Roads, Md. Tel. Jarrettsviile 26F2. IMF*George Watts Is back in Bei Air working at the Sanitary Barber Shop, •I doors from Poatoffice. .Sale—One Intemationtti 15 H. P. Engine, one 2 H. P. ami one 6 H. P. Mivicker Engine. George Martin, Fallton, Md. W*Wanted to Rent—A grain and dairy farm on third**. J. R. Osborne, Darlington, Md. Sale—At prices that will suipriao you: Ford .Sedan, Dodge Se dan, Willys Knight Touring, Briscoe Touring, Dodge Touring, must have room for new cars. D. Lee, Harford Garage. Or*For Sale-While Potatoes 60c |>er bushel, also 125 buMiels of good Wheat. A. G. Ensor and Walter Sher man, Foret Hill, Md. Phone 829F3. For Sale—Ford Roadster, cheap, also 1919 Ford one ton chassis. C. Corliss Anderson, Joppa, Md. SWFor Sale*—Young Pigs and Shoots. W. F. Coabi farm near Churchville, Md. !WBc my lucky customer to guess the number of seeds in pumpkin shown in J. W. Richardson's window. Cash prize of $2.50 or quart of milk for 30 days. Pumpkin cut New Yearn’ Day. Calvin Norris, Milk Deader, Bel Air, Md. Sale—Productive small farm at a bargain; 68 acres, 60 clear, 10 of which is permanent pasture. Watered by never failing spring and stream through pasture. House, barn' and chicken yard watered from cistern sup plied by gasoline engine. 7 room house, bank barn 80x70, wagon shed and ga rage. All in excellent repair. With in 1 mile of railroad, rural delivery. All conveniences of a country home. Price $6600; S3OOO caah. E. C. Kirk wood, Bel Air, Md. Phoqp 56J. MF*For Sale—Two registered Guern. sey Bull Calves. C. C. Spencer, Forest; Hill, Md Phone Bel Air 821F22. 9^Denatured Alcohol for your car 188 proof, 50c. per gallon at M. N. Stewart’*. Bel Air, Md. W* Wanted—A reliable man with help, to farm on shares. Form situ ated on ntate road wot of Forest Hill; good tenant house, all stock and im plements furnished. Address B. ACgls Office. BW-Por Sale—2 Second Hand Un derwood Typewriter*. W. E. Robin son & Co., Bel Air, Md. ■•“ For Sale—One hundred purebred single comb white leghorn pullet* and Ancona* Cockerels. A. C. Smithson, Forest Hill, Md. ITurne 816F11, DM" ' ienulno Weed De Lux Chains for your cars from |4.20 up. Bargains at M. N, Stewarts, Bel Air, Md. W 1 For Sale—Good wood, sawed stove length. Tel. Bel Air 824 P 11. William Joesting. ■VSperlal unit Dec. 24th our two grades of Dairy Feed will mean about IK and 20% protein for $36 and.s44 per ton, T’eanut meal, cotttyi seed meal and Salt for sale. lel us grind your com. Groat A Noonan, Fountain Green, Md. HF-Wanled—Two good farm hands white or colored. House, firewood and garden furnished. Good wages for the right men. A. G. Kolk. I-ong Green, Md, Phone Fork 17F18. Sale —1921 Dodge Touring Car in good condition. Mactaan’s Ga rage, Bel Air, Md. W*Kor Sale—Ford Touring Car, 1921 model, in excellent condition. Maclean’s Garage, Bel Air, Md. can now make immediate de livery on Dodge Touring Cara and Roadater*. Have one Bu*ine*a Coupe on hand aleo. D. Lee, Harford Gar age, Bel Air, Md. •^Wanted —For ctlenta, Money on flrat data flrat mortgagee, amount* from S6OO up. S, E. Dameron, Bel Air, Md. Wrought and eold—.Second hand automobile* in any condition. Handle all kind* of part*. Located on Harford pike, 2 square* from town. Phone 869. If you need an extra tire call Sam Goldman, Bel Air, Head office Main St„ at McCormick's feed atore. I still handle all Idnda of Junk. Sawed Wood For Sale. C. F. Murphy, Bel Air, Md. Phone 16R. ■^Wanted—All kinds of Junk, old Automobile* and all kinds of hide*. Cah price paid for sama. Order* promptly attended to. Phone 817F21 Bel Air, Isaac Plotnick, Forest Hill. ■V-Money to lend on mortage. Charles H. Mac Nabb, Cardiff,Md. ■•“ Karma Wanted—At once for out-of-town clients. 60 to 200 acres. State full particulars and Price. John T. Dsvls A Co.. SO-808-SCS Gaither Hldr 111 N. Charles St. '.laltimors, ■•" Money to Lend in sums to suit W. Worthington, Hopkins, Attorney at-law. Bel Air, Md. Trees—Fruit, shade end Ornamental. Hardy Shrub*. Fan cy and Standard Evergreens, Hedge Plants, etc. Deal with us direct Cat alogue. Grier Brothers, Nurserymen, Forest Hill, Md„ R. D. ■•“ Don’t drag your Dead Animals out Call Fork 61. and tame will be taken away at once- No animats mov ed which have been skinned. George W. Standiford, Reckord, Md. ■•“Kor Sale—Two Houses and 1 Store in Bel Air. Apply to W. Wylie Hopkins, Bel Air. Md. ■•Call Frank R. Hammond, Up per Falls. Md. for a track when you need hauling done. Both flat and dump bottom machines. C. AP. tele phone Fork 11F8. ■•“ For Sale—loo acre term it third district. 76 acres clear, practical!) level and in good state ef cultivates, 26 acres woodland, 150,000 teat aaa um ber, good buildings, well waters* and fenced. Price *7,600. *I,OOO down. S. E. Demeron, Bel Air, Md. ■•“ For Sale—Several good store Stand* and business propositions. S. E. Dame ran, Bel Air, Md. ■•“ Wanted—By March I<t Fanner on halves. John N. Wilkinson, Bel Air, Md. Phone Bel Air MOTL The New Year A year untried before me lies. What shall it bring of strange surprise ? Or joy, or grief, f can not tell; But God, my Father, knoweth well, I make it no concern of mine. But leave it all with Love Divine. Be sickness mine, or rugged health, Come penury to me, or wealth ; Though lonesome 1 must pass along, Or loving friends my way may throng ; Upon my Father’s Word I rest, Whatever shall be, shall be best. No ill can come but He can cure, His Word doth all of good insure ; He’ll see me through the journey’s length, For daily need give daily strength, ’Tis thus I fortify my heart, And thus do fear and dread depart. The sun may shed no light by day. Nor stars at night illume my way; My soul shall still know no affright, Since God is all my Life and Light. Though all the earthly lamps grow dim, He walks in light who walks with Him. O Year untried, thou hast for me Naught but my Father’s eye can see ; Nor canst thou bring me loss or gain Or health or sickness, ease or pain; But welcome messenger shall prove From Him whose name to me is I<ove. In Tesponse to popular demand The Harford Choral Club will repeat “THE PRINCE OF PEACE” By John Spencer “Campe, On Sunday, January 7th At 8 P. M„ at the ARMORY, BEL AIR, MD. COME NO CHARGE Sg-Bargain For Sale-Buggies, Carriages, Daytons, Jenny Linde Run. aboutx, Milk ami Light Spring Wagons. These wagons are handmade, only alightly used from Pennsylvania, bet ter than new ones now being made. Can be sold for about one-third of the price of new ones. Dr. D. T. Benson, Benson, P. 0., Md. Phones Bel Air 809F11 and Wilna 19F8. Trustee’s Sale Under and by virtue of i**wcr of ml* ron talived In n decree passed on ths Bth day of December, 1922. In the Circuit Court for Har ford County In equity. In a cause theiwln entl tied Carrie Howard Infant, et al w. Carrie Howard Infant el al. the undendgned trustee will sell at public aale at the Courthouse door In Bel Air, Md.. on Monday, January 22, 19i3 At 12 o'clock M., all that PIECE OR PARCEL OF DUffi containing about 38| ACRES OF WOOD LAND more or less, commonly called "The Rare Track Property" situate and lying on the public road leading from Hope School House to the Jar iwttsvillu and Shawavllle Road, In the Fourth Election District of Harford County, adjoining the lands of Samuel M. Bllllngslea. Edward Beatty and other*, being the same and all the land dev lead lo one Richard M Howard by hie mother. Amanda t. Howard by her Last .Will and Testament, dated the 16th day of November In the year IBM. and recorded among the Will Records of Harford C.ounty In W. S. R. No. 10. folio 248. to be heW by him during his natural life and then to his wife KUa 8. Howard, as long aa she remained his widow, and then to his children or descendants whs* si the time of his death were Charles K. Howard and John C. Howard, and being tha tract referred to In the find Hem of aaid Last Will and Testament as containing tin acre*, more or leas, except so much thereof as was conveyed by said Charles B. Howard. John C. Howard and Margaret R. Howard hia wife, to one. Samuel M. BlUlnv/slee. by two separate deeds, ons dated the 2lrd day of August In the year lull, and recorded among tha Land Records of Harford County In Liber j. A. R No. lit folio 226 and ths other dated the 2nd day of December in the year 1911. anW record ed as aforesaid In Liber J. A. R. No. IS4. folio 842. TKRMM OF BALE 1100 on day of aale and balance upon Anal ratification by the Court with Interest. J. FLETCHER H. GORSUCH. JR.. Substitute Trustee, j Granville C. Boyle. Auctioneer Public Sale The undersigned will sell at Public Sale on the farm of John H. Kahpe. situated on the Stats Pike between Hickory Church and Bel Air. on Monday, January Bth, 1923 At 1 o'clock P. M. ae tbl 20 head of Young T. B. Tested Grade Guernsey, Jersey and Holstein Cows Twelve of these cows are now fresh with calves by their sides and all the other* will be freeh by day of aale: this I* an exceptionally nice lot of dairy <*ws, they are the kind that will keet* your average up during the dry *ea aon. They will ho sold without reeerve or limit for the highest bid. TERMS OR BALK All aunts of 836 and under rash on day of sale, on sums <r that amount a credit of four month* will be given purchasers giving their notes with security to be approved by the Auctioneers, bearing interest from day of sale and navable at Bank. 140* Sale positive regard tees of weether a* there Is ample shelter JOHN- H KAHOB * SON* Owners. Thom peon A Boyle. Auctioneer*- In MrmorUm KEITH LEY -In sad but loviag remembrance of our deer eon and brother. Lawrence, who died four years agp. 1 tec-ember Slit. 1818. Four year* of silent sorrow. Four ysers of grief and pain Praying every day to Ood. dear Lawrence. Until we meet again. What grief and pain he suffered here. None of os will ever know. For Jeeus took him home with him. When* no tears will ever (low. No one knpws how- much we miss you. No one know* the team we shed. But In heaven we hope lo meet you Where no farewell words are said. Oh. may we meet in Heaven Where loved one* no more may weep Fk>r thoee who die trusting in Jeeus. This death I* only sleep. Nobody knows our longing But few have seen us weep. We shed uur tears from an aching heart While others are fast asleep We mourn for you. dear son. and brother. But not with outward show For the Kesris that mourn sincerely. Mourn silently and low. By his loving FATHER, MOTHER. SISTERS and BROTHERS The Mutual Fire Insurance Company in Harford County Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance of the Charter of mid Company, an election for President and Director* thereof will be held at Its office in Bel Air, on MONDAY. JANUARY 1. IMS. at II e'clecfc M. to aerv* lot the ensuing year and for the trans ection of such other business as may com* be fore the meeting. GEORGE &. CAIRNES. Beeretary. They Get Results What? Aegis Business Notices “Your 26c ad. sold almost a barrel of denatured alco hol for me last week." “1 have been using ACgis business notices ever since coming to Maryland, and have never failed to get results." What we have done for othert we can do for you . PHONE BEL AIR 394 and get results with your next adver tisement MILLARD R. TYDINGH. Hellrlter ORDER OF PUBLICATION .Klva McFadden va Noah 8. McKadden la the Circuit Court for Narferd County, In Boul'y The object of this suit is to procure a decree df divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii. The Bill recites: That the partlea were married October 17. 1917, at Chester. Pa., where they resided as man and wife until December. 1117. when the Defendant entered the U.B. Army, at which time Complainant removed to Havre de Grace. Md. to live with her mother to await her hus band's discharge from the Army; that he re turn to civil Ilf* In January. 1919. and the parties lived together thereafter as man and wife In Havre de Grace, Md. and Chester. Pa. until October 1919. when they finally separated. That one child about four year* of age. a girl, la the only living child resulting from said marriage. *Qwt though the conduct of the Complainant towards her husband ha* always been kind, affectionate and above reproach, he has aban doned and deserted her. and has declared his intention to live with her no longer; that such abandonment was without any just cause or reason and has continued uninterruptedly since October. 1919, and Is deliberate and Anal and that the separation of the parties la beyond all reasonable hope of reconciliation. That the Complainant has resided in Har ford ftounty. Md., since October. 1919. and that the defendant is beltevd to be a non-resident of this state, braiding In the State ef Pennsyl vania. The BUI Prays; Fbr a divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii. For an Order of Publication directed against said non-resident defendant, adult; and for snob other relief as may be required. It la thereupon this 14th day of December. 1922 by the Circuit Court for Harford County, in Equity, ordered that the complainant, by reusing a copy of this order to be inserted in sum* newspaper printed and published in Har ford County, once in each of four successive weeks fifteen days before the 14th day of Feb ruary. 1928. giving notice to the said absent defendant. Noah 8. McFadden. of the purpose aod substance of this BUI. and warning him to be and appear In this Court by solicitor or In person, on or before the 14th day of Febru ary* 1983, to show cause, if any. why a decree ought not to be passed aa prayed. • D. GILPIN WILSON. Clerk True Copy. Teel: D. GILPIN WILSON. Clerk. Trustee’s Sale R virtu* of a decree of the Circuit Court for Harford Ooudty. sluing as a Court of Equity, the undersigned trustee will offer at Pdhllc Bale at the Court House door in Bel Air. Maryland, on Monday, January Bth, 1923 At 11 o'clock A. M.. all that VALUABLE AND BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED RESIDENCE situate in the town of Bel Air franUng 48 feet moo* or lee* on Broadway and lying between the lands of Mr*. Ida W. Hunter and Mia* Kthul Smith and running back to a depth of 210 feet, more or lees and now occupied by Mr F. G. Farr. This property la a part of the **- tat* of the late A. Preston Gilbert and is a part of (he lands conveyed to Mr. QUhert by deed froaa the Vastry of Christ Church. Protewtant Episcopal la St. John's Parish. Harford Coun ty. dated the 10th day of April. 1871. and recorded among the Lend* Records of Harford County In Liber A. L. J. No. *5. folio 884 This property is improved by • good sub stantial Frame DWELLING. . containing 8 rooms and bath and lighted by etecricity. is is veil iocaOed and worthy of anyone wanting a nice home. TBRMB OP SALE One-third of the purchase money cash on day of sale, one-third In six months and the balance In twelve months from day of sale, credit payments to bear internet from day of sale and lo be secured by the notes or bonds of the purchaser with surrty to be approved by the Trustee, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. NOBLE L MITCHELL. Trustee. C. C. Richardson A Bro.. Auctioneer*. B4USD —H I j PROF. E. G. ANGERINE THE ROBIE EVANGELISTIC PARTY of New York, will hold a Revival Campaign at DARLINGTON M. E. CHURCH beginning SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31st. Services All Day-Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Watchnight Services. Prof. Angerine and wife are skillful musicians and soloists, and will be appre. dated by all who hear them. Evangelist Robie comes with a powerful message of de liverance to the present world’s crisis and needs. He will preach on Sunday upon the topic “Has God Forgotten the World? or has the World Forgotten God?” Don’t fail to hear this most important message. Other messages of vital importance, filling every need. Services every night but Monday at 7.30 o’clock. Come—all welcome. HOWARD MULLINEAUX, Pastor. iiiiwiinmr I I "'*r rAc 1923 SUPERIOR Chevrolet 5-Passenger Sedan ll l9 £. Ch< Z° let led r- th i. e w ° rld in clos€d sales, chiefly because of ** '• “p'iv -WIS. p£ *““ f “' th “ ‘” pl ' >v ' d W“" “•>><: design ud - SS^to^fat£f b " ' n * ta “ ri " "*— W ° ffered ° n “ rate baß “ by 10>000 dealerß wd SSL*! the new Une remain the . same In spite of added equipment and more expensive construction, which have gready increased value Some Distinctive Features Prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich. Streamline body design with high _ hood; vacuum feed and rear gasoline Two Passenger Roadster 510 tank on all models; drum type head c , „ _ lamps with legal lenses. Curtains open lvr Passenger Touring - 525 s with doors of open models. Closed Two Passenger Utility Coup* 680 model* have plate glass Ternstedt Four P a ,-ni/rr Sednr avi regulated windows, straight side cord >urpassenger iedanette 850 tire*, sun visor, windshield wiper and Five Passenger Sedan - . 860 • dadr light The Sedanette is equipped Light Delivery Truck - . 510 with auto trunk on rear. [_ See these remarkable can. Study the specification* Nothing Compares With Chevrolet The Motor Sales Company Opposite Country Club Inn Bel Air, Md. J. M. WELLS, General Sales Agent ASSOCIATE DEALERS J. A. Snodgrass, Street, Md. Walter F. Forwood, Havre de Grace, R. J. Thomas, Darlington IT’S A MISTAKE Made By Many Bel Air Residents Many people in a misguided effort to get rid of kidney backache, rely on planters, liniments and other make shifts. The right treatment is kidney treatment and a remarkably recom mended kidney medicine is Doan'a Kid ney Pills, Bel Air is no exception. The proof iat your very door. The following is an experience typical of the work of Doan’s Kidney Pills in Bel Air. Ask your neighbor! J. 1.. Terry, Box 46, Bel Air, says: M 1 have found Doan s Kidney IMUs to be a splendid remedy. I used them with good results when my kidneys troubled me. My back ached so 1 couldn't keep at my work. My feet and ankles swelled him! my kidneys never regular in action. Doan's Kid ney Pills which 1 used for these ail ments, strengthened my back and kid neys ami I felt better in every way.” Price 60 cents at all dealers Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan’s Kidney lills—the same that Mr. Terry had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. ENDACOLD IN 8 HOURS Don’t Drag YourMlf-Bie&ihe A Cold Away While You Sleep Relief from colds and grip misery comes at once. Ease for feverish, aching head. Tight, sore chest is loosened. Stuffed up air passages opened, choking mucus checked, nose stops running, pain goes. Sterling’s Vapor-Eie is the quickest safest, relief for bad colds in head and chest because it soothes and heals the inflamed membranes and breaks up the congestion, which colds feed. Get from your druggist a 25 cent jar of Sterling’s Vapors Esc, Apply a little on the chest and throat at bed time. Then, as you sleep the healing, germ destroying, antiseptic vapor enters every air passage, penetrates right down to where the cold is lodged and breaks it up. Sterling’s Vapor-Eze is absolutely harmless. Mother, use it for the children’s colds. Remember, the cost is only a few cents. Be sure to get the genuine, with the name Sterling’s on every Jar. i ->■ - EVANGELIST L. C. ROBIE SPECIAL NOTICE 11/E TAKE this means of express ing to our many Friends and Customers—THANKS for the very liberal patronage we received during the year now drawing to a close. Wishing all a Prosperous and Happy New Year, we remain Respectfully yours, CARVER & PRICE Bel Air, Md. One of the Family. Tillle had been ida rod by her aunt In a situation tm iuti!d of all work In a finally of three. At the end of a wee!; 1 the aunt dropped In to see how ahe wua | gel ting on. "Ho you like your work?" ahe asked. “It’a fair," said the laconic Tillle. “And are they making you feel at botnaT" "SometliueM they do. and sometime* they don’t." “Now what do you mean by that!** demanded the aunt. Well.” said Tillle. “they haveat aaked me to go to church with them yet; but laat night they went on with a grand quarrel they were having, all the three of them, with me taking the dlshee off the table. Just aa If I had beer one of the famlly/’—Harpar’a Ala ga sine. AEGIS ADVETISEMENTS GET J RESULTS MRS. ,E. G. ANGERINE J- EDWIN WEBSTER. SeMciter ORDER NISI 1* th. matter of tka atla of tka Mortncad E - * u and twrnonal properly daarritod In n mortmn from Otho Stoackar and wlf. to Matthau r. SdUru. dated tk. 2nd day of September in the ynr 1920 ~d recorded .mjm. th. Uted Rteort. Of Harford Crro.ty n Litter J. A. R. No. 170 folio 220. default ter- Inc occurred therein. In Ik. Cirrolt Cm to Hnrfard Canty. In iMdty Orrterod till. 1 ttk day of Hacerokar. it*.’, that tka aalaa of Baal Eatate made and re ported in Ik. above an lilted ennat by J. Mala Wahatar. Attorney nested In mottcadn. ka du ally Oonflrraad. ..tea, caaaa to the contrary tbaroof be abate, on nr before the ttk day at January. 1921. provided a copy of tkia order ha married In noow nooapapar pnkllakad In Harford County afore.ill nun La each of throe ■ urvaaaiee weak, before tka ttk toy of January. 1929. Th. report atetea tka II Itot ad aalaa to to uooo.oo. D. GILPIN WILSON. Clark. True nay. Taati D. GILPIN WILSON, Clark.