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PREPARE SILO EOR i?IE WINTER EEEO ( uni canning lime when a portion 0 fth<* c: rii is prepared ami scaled in the silo is nea • at hand and every silo owner should see that the struc ture is in good condition to receive the stieeuleiu crops. Farmers are advised by the United States Department ‘ Agriculture specialists to give the silo a thorough “onee-over'' ami to sec that the interior is properly protected. To protect the wood against decay they advise lhe application .( a mixture of coal tar and creosote, both inside and outside. This mixture so relatively inexpensive that no silo owner should allow ! is s ilo to stand wtihout this protest m Loose hoops should bo tightened in order that no cracks or . (revives allow air see'.age. If, how ever, the hoops have ! sen kept very tight during the time that the silo is empty thej should he loosened just lie tore 111 ing to prevent bn skiing or breaking of hoops due to swelling when tin dry staves absorb moisture from the green silage. In the ease of wooden silos it may be advi-aMe to cement around the bottom of the .-do while the founda tion joins the superstructure. In the case of old silos it will lie profitable for the farmer to go over them care fully (n look for racks and wherever he finds them to seal with tar and oakum, food (iMer, oother efl'e live material. If the bottom of the silo has decay'd slightly, the owner may saw off whatever amount is necessary and th n, by the use of blocking, grad laily lowei ih silo to the foun <lation again, cementing around the base a- jr, too de- '*d -ni. W him In*■ ,-i!o i- ai -tight and aide to s!a'"d Hu most rigid in-neetioa, the owm i 1 ■ i* hi i- ;ii. ; -s work of ..1 ; - vk; |r. ■tion is f. ‘ pla.-c - . I te.i, . f straw In the hot tom of i; ■ i!o atas a protective 1 la. bet !at ween the I ■ Loin of the silo and the feed a- o :i;>.■!> ily -Huge juice eo th". .1. * pr.-ip.o facili t tes tori' • c :■ re i r ■ vid d ami t h.. straw act valua'-V a! ■-I ent for this ex of : ' , which o!h. ■ - wise n ' . ' lb, 11 n. silage Mi Ire -.pi: I e.v, 11 V\ eil. ill ih. I ■■ ope', Li ', Ilf liking the silo i' :- if par • >•.■.• importance that oe air he left: thi is prevent ■ i.! 1y- b’ i. , I I r..n el eg. The ■ .-lie is -i , import ant be •(1 ", whet e the - :, 'i is c-rreet - ly topi", d re. 1 Mice usua’ly Is a mini “m Shepherd Of The }!i!!i‘ T .'. [•’ I.pl ; of phi: oeh;. iriLdde - in a >toi y I - f . te". -ts. and wit hat underlying p e;t hmeni that is tinndj a: I '.alunbli* is f• ■ ~] in ■ 'Ti e .Shi ll . of the l!ik. ” Thi ■ .1 .mm a pi 1,1; til.:, of Harold Bell W ighi’s . 1 ..11 livi g i same i.etne Bene-. Ml the -nf, e ■ ~f the t.c ia which tlu is aon ml ity t'i heart a feiesl and iL'ann.l i. p ■ -!■ lilitie- there is a me.-sage that can not In ip but find a respo sir e .chord in the heart; of theatre goers. The smile ip.ialities that n ade the novel lead a.d enjoyed by millions will ’on . the photo play stand long as a drawing attraction. The scene of the play is laid in Hi Oc.aik Mountains v.ami-e ■ an so cal ed civiliaatioa has not yet spread it., refining but ener vating influences. A fathei resolves to idot out as much as passible the sin of his arbst son, leases his life of . a.-e and elegance to come among thi -■ people. Ai ng the hills and in thi \v< Is, he can drop the carping finactn aailities of life ami can listen to the wind nature's only voice, as it *U* u : * < v ‘ • •Hv 4 k i v V.. .-i v A ... ;.-J v*.:■ v H V : v '■ . v%' ■■a -- ... —• .. A ijJJAA-3siA AAAA A si A •■. | ANNOUNCEMENT | On account of the “late unpleasant- ~ ness" between the United States and <C Germany our organization has been f •> slightly disrupted, owing to the fact t that two members of this firm were S a in the Service. ti A _ if* - a We are back to normal conditions U * once more, and are ready to supply U '] your HARDWARE NEEDS quick, £ \c*i) T 1 We will cheerfully deliver anything • j you may need in a hurrv. v > v* J ’ Phone 85 X : S/cHUEL H. KING & SONS | V* ILKTON < - V • . pp , < u■. • ‘ 'Wv ; v *■’ . ■: s styler!us • Clothes Afe.#!: ywMAxa 3 aasMzwaau..:. vxj jo uarftfmAAUOMMI y 130M35140445 j \\ inners I Style and K Quality Jp-fe ’ And Known, gSm;,’*. '. . Reasonable ■■raiy’ V- ■ ',fjm Prices Worn] STY],KIM.I > have these big winning points bHb' • g , ; in clothes. wHfe’-'-p Sty pi ■- ( iothe- -and the men who wear MBfeji;-.*;/ . .\.[:%. imj then, win, because they inspi-v confidence — good clothes help to do that very thing. aFS''] ’ S’yleplas have the real style that young J-Jjv - ■ <.. ' ". y xscjjlp lain recognize by instinct and men less young ' ..v ° know through experience. All-wool fabrii ■ fJK ••' and many models to choose from. They are 'Jr ji- *- ' v ' tv.’i tailored appearance and wear prove it. £ f y , iff. They are Amei: a’s known priced clothe- :j. /■*-’' the Lm* ticket tel -it the makers attach i ’l' ’l.lj : . and s. ii! the ticket >% . • .V-' ''* ) v 'ij|lSil 1 ; i*u\ fly ami iu\ muiv thai. vou need ’. '* * * . . * .? i : ,*n< e- \\iii i >• l.;uhe • next season. .0 > • . y • ■ i-cx \ >:.v I:. R. Buffington & ... r. .. , - A i\ Silltj Bud, NiiJ ' " '' '*SSSHI sings to hint its song of ideals, of • beauty a 1 >.f strength. Its message ■ ■ tran-inits to the people about him. . .!■ -s not preach the gospel of good ; ac' s its commandments. As a re nd 1: brings peace where there was , . forgi-.a n. - - where there was in.t- "el ii of revenge where there . 1 lie. The.ugh.nit this plav there * ■ I ."i i ng, yet as in a • , : ys'.,a!. it shpw.. the things that are •ig and w rill while. It lays | ■ again the battle lines of the old i .-..hi of the city agali -t the country ; p i then launches the idea that there ei | i t',.in men whom the t reator in- | . tid'd live in llie city and to thrive : i i •■■■ ii s mt il'c did ties, an ri sonic men ■ a. 1.., wa re intend.-.! to live only in the . : i d in tie- w--i-Ts. some who ild live the life of men and he men 1 mutt, r v.he'e placed. It gives the m at I iiadane-i.'.al principles of ,ml idea! , that sometimes -i i i to smuibei' among the concrete 1; gs of life must in the. end ■ iumph. Thai only truth, justice and ■ca dy can remain alive in the sur vivid of thi fittest. Truly great suh ji.et matter for a phot .-play and one well worth seeing. i STATKMICNT OF OWMiKSIIII'. ", i _■ i I ■ . I Wi :>r r..in. .1 by .1 • i.-t I.f \„ ■ . .. ■ K 1 On' I’ 1; ! . K, W. liam.- Munavrur . Frank K. Williams • , - . i ' • K. Williai ■ . Wi I'uh. < Owmt < • Whiy Fun. ('•., w host t m !' ■ • < H ki-ry. Ell ton. M . 1 • nk I Will •in , K t. n. Md ;T. H Mill* r. KM ■ n Md . ( hark** FI d.t*. Elkton. Md. ; John i itiv i’ n. I.< w i ilk*. Pa . iuu. W. AllwukH. Wostmit tor, i . < . H. I ‘in vy, -1 r . Ell ton. Wa ' I Haim Elktm Md . I* M ■. l • M 1 : • I’tHurork, Elk -11. M.i, : Jo-.-5.1i 1- Fram i-, port !'■ i-.-i’. Md. ; P. !• 1 ■ Md . Jnfoh I’onu’ In t i ll'. I’l.i t Du|Mvsit, Md.; Fucil Kirk, Colora, Mil. Mortir: • Jacob Tom. 1 nst itutc. Port De- Vi FRANK E. WILLI VMS. Editor and Maiviu.-r. Sm nil and sid-.i-riin.l !*•!•r* m.-, thi- ’th (let . I*;.'. ELSIE M. C \ME RON. Notary Paldir. CECIL WHIG. ELKTON. MARYLAND, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919 Busy Bess Work In Office Kierylody likes honey, or if they i don't they should, so a:. Indiana, man 1 I recently eoneei.ed the idea of keep ing a swarm of bees i . a hive in his I. I e.v I; 1' W:. ' : k.. ■ The hive is placed close to a radia- i tor and a window, so that in the sum- ; I me- the bee.- will have no trouble in ; : ilyh ; out in ••;>.re(t of ‘-.oiiey. and in 1 ! the winter they ale kept warm b\ i ihe heat of the radial.n . ; In the .spring when the (loweis be- J I gin to bloom the bees are tempted ; ! from their Itiv- by a row of chocolate 1 maine. and from the window sill where the candy is set, r is hut a [ 1 “step" to tin- fields where the flowers | of the spring a e blooming in abund- | ’ allee. The yi■ ■ 1.1 of honey last year aniounf -.1 to slightly over fifty pounds, and ; this vear an even greatei sufifily is "Mp.cted In lin se “high cost i f-living' 1 tin e such no excellent “crop" is me be 1 slighted at all, and. anyway, bee- are i tany to keep- if you knew h -w. St. . t'i;..! I 'he -eer I 'r.ss, —_ Who Owns The Railroads Some people seem to think that I Government ownership of railroads' The Fruits of Frugality ■ • . Ud hy the thrifty h.mi son i hi iv. Thi i ••• • ■ 1 t the shelf i mto the I wife. I - ' r her s|*ei ;<1 convenience we have ; The Handy Book of Jelly and Preserve Jar Labels Th ; - contain 100 assorted laMs. gummed an>i ready f..r u-.v Every housewife must have at least one of those books for this season’s preserving jars and jelly glasses. The printing ■ n the labels is in .• •*! size type, h gil there is a lib the i*o : 11 rI; ;it. Sample book. 1 <>o postpaid. ! : ■ * Add res.-* JOSEPH S. GARRICK. 2037 Woodberry Ave., Baltimore. Md. ——i ■■iiiihimw^ E,lKton Garage I (Repairs made to all makes of cars by skilled mechanics. Rate per hour, SI.OO. Repair shop equipped to burn in motor bear ings and make satisfactory job in less time than any repair shop in this county. NEW FORI) PRICES RUNABOUT. $500; with Starter and Dem. Him S6OO TOURING, 525; 625 j COUPE. 750 SEDAN, 575 1 TON TRUCK with 32x4 1-2 Rear Tires 30x3 1-2 Front Tires Tim kin Bearings Dem. Rims 300 F. 0. B. Factory and add War Tax Delivery on open models in 10 Days |! WARREN W. BO IT DEN If DE.ADE.R | If phon * 36 ElKton, Md. | i txEmamaassata. mtmevi saw, •■jvtaasmuts: -j:\-.jtri vmsvuaaumm-a 4 I would mean the wresting of the roads f ont the hands of a few millionaires, i A..tiling could be further from the ■ct The Pennsylvania Railroad In. = i recently reached a new high record in the number of stockholders. August : '. the aggregate number was lllk'JHi, I (hi- being an increase of more than -000 in a year. The average holding i is now - P shares a.- against Iml sin. es ' two years ago. The railroads of the count'-y havt over a million shsirehold j ii-. tile number about e.|tia!ling the number of eiii|)loyei s, yet the latter. I under the Plumb Bill, would take ov o § seeui ty holders repceseMted l.y ii suranee companies and their policy holders and savings banks and in > depo.-itors aggregate .'10,000,000 per j sens. None of the great corporations, i i ot t-ie:' the packers, are owned l.y a |f. w. They are managed by a few, \ which i essential if they are to be nnn aged, but the hold n i f their secucities are to he found in every vil lage and hamlet in the land. GONCE’S Elkton, Md. September 1.9J9. i j . j Do You Love Velvets! Blankets Do You Love Silks ~' V t T" 1 . o '' 11 ' ank t ! ts - I he new plain large Bed size for $o a j \ civet Skirl- ami \ civet Suit- fiir ■ a v.nuder. Don’t miss a pair .. . f i . these. a- 1 cannot huv anv more to arc u|> to the iniiiiitc lor tins , , - I 'll near this price. fall and winter. We have the I famou- Boulevard Velvet 27 j Ladles’ QUCCn m ; ” ' Quality Shoes colors. J Let a pair of these Shoes for s(j.so Our new line of Plaid and plain I Thl '- V will savt ' yu money. e ii I , , . 1 \ la.lv fV an N’ew 'l l.] ', a few days afro Silk- here and yon take ,1 j 11UR , U UVI , , aml she remarked Irom in we have the correct i to her friend that our shoes were $3 patterns and color-. i ' 1 h ' th:in ' vhci-(! shu lived ! t hit la-t -hipincnl ol Lcm’cctlc i LiPOCeITeS Crepe- i- here and still 82.00 a n . ~. ~ , 1 , Iry m:r ...-c a pound * offee and you yard a- loiiL r a- it la-t- and wi! he ielhrhle.l with the (|uality. that i- 50c under the price Try 0.. r Side Meat at 33c and be as j -o many other- are, savir.fr money and UOW. l ie . iu;r the 11. L. JOHN 10. GONCE “V J FULL LINE OF I | FALL MILLINERY I \ High Class Service at Charges as Mod- I- erate as We Gan Make Them | MRS. LENA L WILSON’S I X ELKTON, MARYLAND % X x W W v “Ii Never Hurt a Bit” is what fwrvl ti ly savs after h.ivim. * ■ ' t x traded at the American I )ental Parlors. WE ARE FAMOUS FOR OUR PAINLESS EXTRACTING We Use (he- Needle, Also Gos or Vitalized Air Americah Dental Parlors, Wilmington! del. Branch Office : ELKTON, MI). Opsn Mondays and Fridays I 0000 000000000000 OOGOOOOOC oooc 000000000000 000000000 i pLKTON MARBLE AND I I I - GRANITE HmST5a : Monuments, Tombstones , 8 I and Cemetery Enclosures g 8 8 c Work set up anywhere in Cecil County or Elsewhere k fc o Estimates Cheerfully Eurnished Upon Application 8 J. Ji. 5L OAN Elkton. 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