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Correspondencs Baltimore County Union.
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Waterfall Compression of Air—Pussies of
the Brain—Fires from Ledges—Diving
Limitations—Dish-Washing Science —
Our Astronomers—Perfume Intoxica
tion—Vases of Quartz —Decoloration
by Charcoal.
The intern of compressing air by falling
water, as installed In several places In the
United States and Canada, Is claimed to have an
efficiency of 76 to 88 per cent. The water flows
through a large horizontal pipe to a vertical one,
at the upper end of which Is the circular loop of
an air pipe with a great number of fine boles In
Its lower side, and as the water drops past the
ring innumerable air bubbles are drawn along
and oompressed. At the bottom the water
turns suddenly and comes to rest In a reservoir,
into which the air rises under pressure. The
oompressed air can be drawn off as desired, and
when the reservoir; is full any excess passes
away automatically with the water carried to
the surface in an outflow pipe. The difference
of a few feet in the level of the inflow and out
flow pipes gives a rapid flow of water, while the
amount of compression depends entirely on the
depth of the hole.
The pineal gland and the pituitary body—
neither weighing more than 5 or 6 grains—have
long perplexed anatomists. The former—be
hind the middle ventricle of the brain—is now
supposed to be the remnant of a third eye of
our ancestors, and the rudimentary eye is dis
tinct in some lizards, with the power of sight
in two species. The pituitary body. Just back
of the mouth, has been lately proven to serve
some important purpose. Its chief function is
not yet clear, however, one authority suppos
ing that it destroys toxins, another that it is a
general nerve tonic, while M.de Cyon regards
both pituitary body and pineal gland as regula
tors of blood pressure in the brain.
•**
. In South Africa, where thunderstorms are
terrific, lightning often strides ironstone beds,
and blue flames—sometimes firing buildings—
. are alleged to play about sucn outcrops two or
three hours after a storm.'
•••
The practical limit of deep-sea diving, under
the best conditions, is placed by Hill and Green
wood, of the London Hospital, at thlrty-flve to
forty fathoms. A special study of eight years
has shown these physiologists that the chief
danger to the diver arises from the nitrogen ab
sorbed by the blood and other body-fluids, and
that it is the absorbed nitrogen that produces
the ill effects of rising too quickly. The breath
lessness and oppression felt by the working
diver are results of poisoning by carbonic acid
instead of direct effects of the great pressure.
With special air-pumps and extra precautions,
the experiments descended thirty-five fathoms
in a Scotch loch, and, rising very slowly, were
none the worst for the experience, but the oxy
gen required for regular working at such depth
is so great in amount that pneumonia and con
vulsions are commonly produced.
Even the prosaic washing of dishes has been a
subject of scientific investigation. In the in
terests of the microbe-fearing mortal, Chris
tian! and Micbelis, Swiss bacteriologist, have
tested the effect on germs present of different
methods of washing, such as (1) simply wiping
glasses with a sterilized cloth, (2) rinsing with
oold water and wiping with no particular care,
and (3) thoroughly washing and rinsing in fresh
water and carefully drying. They find that the
partial washing or wiping is common in botel.res
taurant and family kitchens and leaves the germs
practically untouched. Thorough washing, even
in cold or lukewarm water, with vigorous wip
ing, may remove practically all bacteria; and
safety is the more absolute the nearer the
water is to boiling. Dissolving two per cent, of
carbonato of soda in water makes sterilization
still more thorough.
**•
A new directory by the Koyal Observatory of
Belgium shows that there are 1,655 astronomers
and somewhat over 530 observatories in the
.. world. Of the observatories, more than 100 are
in the British Isles, with nearly as[many in the
United States, the number in other countries
being much smaller.
.*•
Little attention has been paid to the physio
logical effects of odors, and a German physician
enters a new field in his work confirming a pop
ular belief that strong perfumes have an intoxi
cating and benumbing action. His experiments
were made by placing frogs. under glass bells
with sponges saturated with the essences. As
in chloroform poisoning, a brief excitement is
followed by partial or complete paralysis, and
the many odors tried seemed to differ only in
rapidity of action. Musk was one of the slowest.
Camphor, peppermint, lavender and cloves were
slow, while aldehyde, turpentine, elder flower,
ylang-ylang. asafeetida, carbon disulphide, mus
tard and nicotine were rapid and energetic. In
stantaneous action was noted in some cases-
Jumping about a moment or two in a lively way
the frog would very soon stop, close his eyes and
rub his nose, while .breathing and heart action
became slow and he freely perspired. Continu
ed a little longer, the odor caused convulsive
breathing, rolling of the eyes and gradual stop
page of the heart.
***
A novel French electric furnace is in the form
of a mold, and is designed for making vases or
other vessels of pure silica. Within the furnace
is placed a strip of carbon—pierced with air
holes—that can be made white-hot by a strong
electric current. The furnace is filled with
sand, and by gradually heating the carbon a
layer of the grains is melted around it, and
when sufficiently thick is freed from the loose
sand. Further heating completely vitrifies the
molten layer, whioh is blown out by an air cur
rent against the side of the furnace or mold.
The objects, whioh are made grayish by innu
merable air bubbles, have great resistance to
sudden changes of temperature.
Why animal charcoal removes the color from
colored liquids while wood charcoal has no effect
has not been understood. A European chemist
now finds that the action of the former is due to
the presenoe of 6 to 7 per cent, of nitrogen.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
TRANK I. WHIILSR. WILLIAM P. COLK.
WHEELER & COLE,
Successors to Offutt, Emmart & Wheeler,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS,
OFFUTT BUILDING, TOWSON, Hd.
Telephone—C. AP„ Towson 138.
German-American Ins. Co., N. Y.; Continental
Ins. Co.: Home Ins. Co. of N. Y.; Hartford Ins.
Co. of Hartford, Conn.; Pennsylvania Eire Ins.
Cc. of Philadelphia; St. Paul Fire and Marine
Ins. Co.; Londonand Lancashire Ins. Co.; Orient
of Hartford, Conn.; Dixie, of Greensboro, N. C.;
Fire Association, of Philadelphia; Eagle, of N.
Y.; North State, of Greensboro, N. C.: Western,
of Pittsburg; Bpring Garden, of Philadelphia;
Niagara of N. Y.; AStna, of Hartford, Conn.; Ohio
German, of Toledo, Ohio.
Representing as we do the above named flrst
olass Fire Insurance Companies and an agency
of twenty-five years’standing, that has so long
enjoyed the confidence of the publio, we respect
fully solicit of the people of Baltimore county
a continuation of their patronage.
Oot. 19—lyl WH EE LER & COLE.
Geo. W. Kirwan & Co.
13 N. CHARLES STREET,
Between Baltimore and Fayette Streets,
BALTIMORE, Md„
HABERDASHERS
SHIRTJKAKERS.
SHIRTS TO MEASURE-TbU^rtment
ed special care. All shirts are made on our own
premises and our FIT AND FINISH have made
us well known as a SHIRT HOUSE. If you
have not tried us, do so by ordering a Sample
Shirt
Cartwright A Warners’ English Unshrinkable
Underwear has been the best for over a hundred
years and will be for a hundred years to come.
BF“BOTH PHONES. [Octl2tJune29
JACOB L. FOWBLE,
CONTRACTOR anil BUILDER,
TIMONIUM, Hd.
Estimates promptly furnished for
ALL CLASSES OF BUILDINGS.
SEP AIRING of all kinds will receive careful
attention.
Public patronage solicited.
rjURKSPASS NOTICES FOB SALE.
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS printed on mus
lin at SI.OO per dozen and 50 ots. per half dozen
at the offloe of “THE UNION.”
Sept 39.—tf. Towson, Md.
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
— and has been made under his per
/js'sonai supervision since its infancy.
S'&cc*U4/, Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infanta and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It enres Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
▼HE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY RTREET, NSW YORK CITY.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
$ Stove House I
40 Tears Catering to the Pnbllc.
Headquarters for a full line
Cooking andjeating Stoves.
SPECIAL TO NEW BEGINNERS:
A Conway set of Stove Fixtures consists of 3C
,<%§■ pieces guaranteed to please the best house
, Keeper. Write for pamphlet.
All kinds of Stove Repairs kept constantly in
• . vstock. Stove Pipe and Elbows, Tinware and
Hollow-ware. Milk Cans and Dairy Supplies.
—Correspondence solicited.
WSpecial low prices for this fall’s trade.***
•jfippi ESTABLISHED 1885.
IWm. A. Conway
M * 6*B FORREST ST.,
Near Belair Market, BALTIMORE, Md.
Oct.l9tMny4
The above illustration is from a photograph of the Plant Industry Build
ing, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. It is located in the
heart of the city and is covered with Paroid Roofing. The Government also
uses Paroid for stables, barracks, warehouses, etc. It uses Paroid because it
finds nothing its equal.
Paroid is the ideal roofing for bams, stables, sheds, poultry houses, ware
houses, outbuildings, etc. Equally valuable for roofing or siding. It is per
manent in character, is easy to lay, is spark and cinder proof, light slate color,
contains no tar, does not crack and does not run in summer.
What is good for the Government will be good foryou. Write for free sample
of Paroid and see what it is. Also ask tor booklet and name of nearest dealer.
Send a 2 cant stamp for book of up-to-date poultry and farm building plant,
H.E BARTIESON, talwliMCC Cocke-sville Md.
John Arthur & Son
AND UNDERTAKERS,
Fork, Baltimore County, Md.
ALWAYS ON HAND——-
A Stock of Our Own Build of Carriages ot Different Kinds.
Painting and Repairing Done in tbe Best Manner.
Work Sent for and Beturned Free of Charge. . . .
1 AVOwing to a demand for a lower-priced work than our own build, we are carrying a stock of a
good grade of Factory Work, such as BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, CARRIAGES AND PLATFORM
MARKET WAGONS. This will not in any way interfere with our own build of work.
BTMd. Phone—Belair Exchange. May 4—ly
■Stock
iptilflli
Oakleigh Station, Md. & Pa, R. R.,
2X Miles from Towson.
Constantly on hand
A LARGE STOCK OF MULES,
TO SUIT ALL PURPOSES.
IEC
Coach, Driving, : nnTKITIfI
Saddle and : : a KYF \
General Purpose HUliuJjU
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
WHQRSEaToARDED-B
C. ft P. TELEPHONE.
DUANE H.'MOE, Prop’r,
TOWSON, Md.
Oct.l9—ly
GROVE FARM
FALLS ROAD,
North of Srooklandvllle, Md
PRIZE WINNING-
Guernsey Cattle,
Berkshire Hogs,
Shropshire Sheep,
Colored Muscovy Ducks,
FOR SALE
BULL CALF, out of Imp. Lady Simon by
Milford Lassie 2d Anchor. Dropped April
20th, 1907.
Also. 3 GRADE GUERNSEY SPRINGERS,
in calf to Milford Lassie 2d Anchor, THE
BULL THAT WINS.
Apply to JAS. McK. HERRTMAN,
R. F. D. Cockeye ville, Md.
C. ft P. Telephone—Towson 42.
Oct. 19—y
ICE& ICE-CREAM
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Mipielt Ice Ce,
(TOWSON BRANCH,)
Chesapeake Avenue and York Road.
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH
Ice in Large or Small Quantities
In Towson, Ruxton, Lutherville and Sherwood,
daily by wagon.
—ALL KINDS or—
f Ice-Cream, j ?
Frozen Custard, j -&§•
Water Ices,
Always on hand and delivered within reasonable
distances and at lowest rates.
Jan. 28—ly 1
gUgsixiaus and genitals.
A. C. McCURDY,
SURGEON DENTIST,
TOWSON, Md.
Ex-Prealdent State Board Dental Examiners.
CROWNS, BRIDGES AND PORCELAIN
FILLINGS.
Oppio* Hours \ ® s M p^ 2 *•
Office Call—C. ft P. ’Phone, Towson 23 fi.
Nov. 24—ly
Db. r. c. massenbcro,
—OFFICE—
AT DRUG STORE OF
MASSBNBURO ft SON,
Odd Fellows* Hall, Towson, Hd
C. ft P. Phone, Towson 342.
Residence—W. Pennsylvania Avenue, near
Postofflce.
Night bell and C. ft P. Phone, Towson 461.
Moh.l6—lv
H. 8, JARRETT,
209 WEST ALLEGANY AVENUE,
TOWSON, Md.
Office Hours— B to 10 A, li.; 6to 8 P. m.
C. ft P. Phone—Towson 177. TJune I—ly
J. ROYSTON GREEN,
NORTH BALTIMORE AVENUE,
Near Trinity Church. TOWSON. Md.
Office Hours—B to 10 A. M„ and Bto 8 P. M.
C. ft P. Telephone. July 13—lv
Grill & Tinu Co.
Earn and Garden Supplies
growers and importers op
SEEDS AND BULBS,
—MANUFACTURERS OF
Farm Implements and Fertilizers, Poultry,
Greenhouse and Dairy Supplies.
—DEALERS IN—
VEHICLES AND FARM WAGONS.
—PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND STORE—
-205-218 N. Paca Street, Baltimore.
Rmnnh Hramoo J 366 N. Gay St., Baltimore,
Branch Houses} And H eisterstown, Md.
Represented by-
Frederick J. SCHNEIDER,
Formerly of Rosedale, Baltimore county, Md.
Feb. 18-lv
J.T. KAUFFMAN & SON,
Saddles, Harness,
AND STABLE SUPPLIES,
Including Brambles’ Horse Foot Remedy,
408 ENSOR STREET,
Oppo. No. 8 Engine House. BALTIMORE, Md.
O. ft P. Telephone.
* Dec.22y
gXißcelXaneouß.
BACK AT THE OLD STAND.
RBBUILT SINCE THE FIRE.
NEW HOUSE FULL of NEW GOODS.
Wm. D. Randall,
410 East Baltimore Street,
Near Holliday Street, BALTIMORE, Md.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
TiaiT
—AND FINEST BRANDS OF
VINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS,
CANNED GOODS, *o.
BEST FACILITIES for supplying goods tl
MOST REASONABLE PRICES, and with tke
greatest dispatch. . .....
A call respectfully solicited, and tatie/actionai
to prices ana quality of goods guarantssd.
Apl. B—ly V
WILLIAM A. LEE
TOWSON, MD.,
61CEBIES,
Teas and Coffees,
Canned Goods,
. Cigars and Tobacco,
Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR, FEED, HAY & STRAW,
Phosphate, Lime and Cement,
ALL REPAIRS FOB OLIVER AND BISBBLL
CHILLED PLOWS.
ft AMD BN TO 018, OR ASH AND GASDEN
SHEDS.
All Goods Found in a First-Class Store
Sept. 7—3 m
JOHN TYRIE,
—STEAM—
MARBLE & GRANITE WORKS,
OOCKKYSVILLE, Md.
-ALL KINDS OF
MARBLE & GRANITE MONUMENTS
A SPECIALTY.
No oharge made for showing designs either at
the works or elsewhere.
JAMES B. DUNPHY, Agent, Towson, Md.
Sept. 21—ly
BUSICK’S CAFE
FORMERLY URBAN'S,
York Road and Pennsylvania Ave.
Oppo. Lee Building, TOWSON, MD.
HARRY D. BUSICK, Proprietor.
—Always on band the finest brands of—
LIQUORS, BRANDIES,
CHAMPAGNE, CLARET,
>7V BROWN STOUT,
41 BASS’ ALE, POSTER, Ac. 4
THE BEST BEER on draught and in bottles foi
family use. A large stock of CIGARS
of best brands always on hand.
ample Stabling and Shedding and polite hostler
always in attendance.
June 29—ly
“Eagle” Hams
-AND
*B ACO IST**-
-CURED BY-
Jones & Lamb Co. 9
BALTIMORE.
Best That Money Can Buy.
Mch.2—tr
TREES, SHRUBS
AND
Ornamental Plants.
VEGETABLE PLANTS
-IN SEASON.-
Rmton Floral and Nursery Co.
BIDER P. 0„ Md.
June 15—ly
GEORGE S. BANDNER. JOHN F. MUMMA.
=A INI
BANDNER A MUMMA, Proprietors,
Long Green Station, Maryland A Penna. R. R.
Postoffioe—Gittings, Md.
GUARANTEED.*®*
LOUIS HERGENRATHER, Jr., Agent, Tow
son Pharmacy, Towson, Md.
OF* We solicit a share of publio patronage, as
suring our patrons of the very best service, at
reasonable prices. [July 13—ly
DR. O. L. MAOKIE,
■VIETEIRIIISr^ZRI^IISr,
Office—Joppa Road and Balto. Aye.,
TOWSON, Md.
Office Hours—6 to BA. M. and after 6P. M.
EW~C. A Phone—Towson, 174.
Feb. 9—tf
J DICKSON O’DELL,
SURVEYOR,
Office—No. B OPFUTT BUILDING,
TOWSON, Md.
Deo. 15—ly
gLADE A RISTEAU,
AUCTIONEERS AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT 3,
TOWSON AND CORBETT. Md.
Close attention given to all business entrusted
to our care. A snare of publio patronage so
licited. June 7.—tf.
SLADE A RISTEAU,
TOWBON, Md.
YYTILLIAM N. MAYS,
W RUHL’S P. 0.. BALTO. COUNTY, Md.
CHARLES H. IBENNOCK,
R. F. D. No. 1. PHCENIX, Md.
HALEB S. HOBBS,
U RANDALLSTOWN, BALTO. COUNTY.
AMES L. NORWOOD,
TOWSON AND UPPER FALLS.
rTIHOMAS C. BIDDISON,
X GARDENVILLB, BALTO. COUNTY
ED. J. HERRMANN,
ROSSVILLE, BALTO. COUNTY, Md.
PE. BOTH, Md. Phone.
. PERRY HALL, BALTO. COUNTY.
George a. Walter,
PERRY HALL, BALTO. COUNTY
CHARLES J. BECKLEY,
REISTERSTOWN, Md’
rpHOMAS J. WELLS,
X UPPER FALLS. BALTO. COUNTY, Md,
at garo.
B. R. BOARMAN. JAMES J. LINDSAY
BO ARMAN * LINDSAY,
ATTORN BYB AT LAW.
City Offices —412-414 Bouitable Building.
C. A P. Phone—St. Paul 3143.
Md. Phone—Courtland, 1575.
Towson Office—Smedley Row. ’Phone—l.l3l.
James J. Lindsay’s Residence Phone:
C. A P.—Towson, 49 R.
RtJFUS W. APPLEQARTR, EMANUEL W. HERMAN
CHARLES T. RBIPSNIDBR, JR.
APPLEGAKTH, HERMAN
A REIFSNIDER,
ATTORNBYS COUNSELORS AT LAW.
BaltimoreCountyOffiee—Piperßuildiug, Towson.
Baltimore City Office—lo E. Lexington street.
Long Distance C. A P. Telephone.
OSBORNE I. YELLOTT. W. 8. SYMINGTON, JR
YEL LOTT A SYMINGTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Piper Building, Towson, and 1229-33 Calvert
Building, Baltimore.
Except when engaged in court, Mr. Yellott can
be found at the city offices after 3 P. M.
JOHN H. RICHARDSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAWJ
822-623-324-625 Law Building, Courtland Street,
near Lexington, Baltimore.
(Towson.)
Residence—42 Eastern Ave., Highlandtown.
C. A P. Phone.
OSBORNE I. YELLOTT, T. SCOTT OFFUTT,
ELMER R. HAILE.
'KT'ELLOTT, OFFUTT A HAILE,
X ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Offices—Piper Building, Towson, Md.
Roth Telephones.
JOSHUA G. BOSLEY,
TOWSON AND PHILOPOLIB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COUNTY
SURVEYOR.
Pays special attention to real estate, both as
surveyor and as attorney.
EDWARD A. O’MAKA. M. C. ANOELMIER.
H’EABA A ANGELMIKR,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
227 St. Paul St., (Rooms 1,2 and 3d Baltimore, Md.
Phones Maryland 1831 W.
Phones -j a & P- Mt . Vernon 4499.
L. PAINTER,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
801 St. Paul Street, Baltimore. Also, Owing*’
Mills till 8 A. M. daily.
City and county practice. Prompt attention w*
all claims and collections.
LABAN SPARKS.
ATTOREY AT LAW.
NO. 228 ST. PAUL STREET. BALTIMORE, Md.
Telnnhnne ) C. & P., St, Paul 3529.
Telephone j Md-f courtland 417.
Practice in the County and City Courts.
WILLIAM ORASON. LEWIS M. BACON,
GRASON A BACON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
-ROOM 3 MASONIC TKMPLR—
TOWSON. Md.
JFBED. O. TALBOTT,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices—Baltimore and Towson.
City Office—l7 Lexington street, cor. Calvert.
Will be at office in Towsontown, Tuesday *
Wednesday of each week.
TOHN F. OONTKUM,
tl ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Law Building, Courtland Street, Baltimore, Md.
Office hours from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Special attention to practice in Baltimore city
and Baltimore county.
FRED’K J. SCHLOSSTEIN. HORACE T. SMITH.
SCHLOSSTEIN A SMITH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1013 American Building, Baltimore, Md.
C. A P. Phone—St. Paul 172.
Adam anstine,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office-Room 706 Fidelity Building. N. W. Cor.
Charles and Lexington Streets. Baltimore, Md.
Prompt attention to county business.
Alfred j. carr,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
727-732 Law Building, 221-227 Courtland Street
Baltimore, Md.
Residence—C. & P., Pikesville 61-Y.
J. EDWIN DAVIS. CHARLES E. SIEQMUND.
Davis a siegmund,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
702 Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md.
ERNEST HOEN, JR. HARRY E. PARKHUKBT.
Hoen a PARKHURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
948 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md.
TEFFERSON D. NORRIS,
tl ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room 12, No. 222 St. Paul street, Baltimore.
Glyndon and Reisterstown, Saturdays. Money
to loan.
Harry e. mann,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Latrobe Building, 100 E. Lexington street, Bal
timore, Md.
AA. PIPER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. TOWSON, Md.
Office—ln Piper Building, opposite main en
trance to Court House.
y L. G. LEE,
tl • ATTORNEY AT LAW,
City Office—l 2 E. Lexington St., Baltimore, Md.
Every Saturday at Belair. Md.
JOHN MAYS LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Piper Building, Towson, Md.
Residence—Parkton, Md.
Dg. mcintosh, jr.,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices—Towson, Md., and 213 St. Paul street,
Baltimore. Md.
WATSON E. SHERWOOD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices—Postoffice, owings’ Mills, and 1400 Conti
nental Building, Baltimore.
JAMES KELLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offutt Building, Towson, Md.
JOHN S. BIDDISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices—Piper Building, Towson, and Law Build
ing, Courtland St., Baltimore, Md.
ARTHUR P. SHANKLIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Towson, Md., 26 Bank of Balto. Bdg.
Towson. Baltimore.
yrriLLIAM H. LAWRENCE,
W ATTORNEY AT LAW.
213 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, and Smedley Row,
Towson. Md.
EDW. B. POWELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ellicott City, Md.
Money to loan on mortgages.
Do. mcintosh,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices—Towson, Md., and 213 St. Paul street,
Baltimore, Md.
IRVIN G. HERMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
6 East Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
WGILL SMITH,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Second National Bank Building. Towson, Md.
YTTILLIAM 8. KEECH, Jr.,
W ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Second National Bank Building, Towson, Md.
CBOHN SLINGLUFF,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Towson, Md.
Elmer j. cook,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Second National Bank Building, Towson, Md.
•flf GEORGE MARLEY,
W • ATTORNEY AT LEW,
Second National Bank Building, Towson, Md.
JOHN S. ENSOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offutt Building, Towson, Md.
OHN J. TIMANUS,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Piper Building, Towson, Md.
Stevenson a. williams,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Belair, Harford county, Md.
Robert h. bussky,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offloe—Piper Building, Towson, Md.
JOHN GRASON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Law Building. Towson, Md.
IELDER C. SLINGLUFF,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Fidelity Building, (3d floor,) Baltimore.
TTENBY shirk,
XX ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JHAULBBY SMITH.
, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12 B. Lexington Street. Baltimore.
La. rettaliata,
, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
847-849 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md,
XTOAH E. OFFUTT,
J>| ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Money to Loan. Offutt Building. Towson.
1 LFKED CUMMINS HATCH,
J\_ ATTORNEY AT LAW
607 Law Building, Courtland St., Baltimore, Md.
AMES P. OFFUTT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offutt Building. Towson, Md.
JED WARD BTIRLING,
. ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Charles pielert,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JOHN P. O’FEKRALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
110 B. Lexington Street, Baltimore, Md,
TTENRY c. weaver,
hi ATTORNEY AT LAW,
606 Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md.
M. DENHARD,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md.
HARLES A ARTHUR HERZOG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
112 E. Lexington Street. Baltimore, Md,
SAMUEL REGEBTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
301 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md,
Ebnest c. hatch.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
i Office—Piper Building, Towson, Md. ■
i Fan is Km by tie laclery it Kmjs.
Every practical farmer realizes that be must.have up-to-date machinery to cultivate his farm
to the best advantage. Two of the Greatest Machines ever perfected for this purpose are the
MANURE SPREADER and GASOLINE ENGINE. In selecting all machinery there are three
vital points to be considered ijfllst, STRENGTH. 2d, SIMPLICITY. 3d. RESULTS.
I. H. C. SPREADERS
Are built rigidly of the best material. They are simple in construction and have only ONE LEVER
to operate, which controls all operations. They are the only Spreaders with a vibrating rake
which levels the load, insuring an even distribution of the manure.
I. H. C. GASOLINE ENGINES
nrA Are the simplest, most durable, most economical and
wßsay Jk easiest to operate of all Gasoline Engines on the
market. I. H. C. GASOLINE ENGINES furnish
ideal power for all purposes. They can be attached
|B\a\ quiokly to any kind of pump, in any posUlon for rais
mg water from deep or shallow welle. They furnish
Best Power for Sawing Wood, Grinding Feed. Opera-
JAffiK ting Cream Separators, Churns, Shellers.Shredders,Ac.
JOHN B. KOERNER,
Aug. 3—tfl TRAVELING REPRESENTATIVE.
UP TO DATE FARM MACHINERY.
We Can Now Pill the Long-Pelt Wants.
—the —
Hew Woy Air Gooletl Gosofine Engines
I ITT A re the safest, simplest
Spa y and most durable Engines
now in use. a pleasure and
<ffßl satisfaction to every user.
■zpfiliyS&ti EUREK/V
fljll All-Steel Saws,
NuMMylKffilnjH Enables the user to
jHlSionilßHr wood any length wit bout
flßlflJjjf K handling it the second > Ti yffiar
time. Furthermore the
i f rame can he adjusted to
answer as a Rip Saw. A
r which is often very con
-1111 ■ venient on the farm.
3-3 K Horse Power. 6-7 Horse Power.
Buckeye Feed Mill g and many other advantages to its credit.
and Price List will be mailed on application.
j_ TVTAiisrifrrs & co.,
SEEDSMEN AND DEALERS IN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
FORRES T STREET, COR. HILL Elf, OPPO. BEL AIR MARKET,
Deo. 22—tf BALTIMORE, Md.
S. L. LAMBERD GO.,
111, 113,115 Light Street, Baltimore, Md.
Agricultural Implements, Seeds, Fertilizers, Carriages,
Wagons, Lawn Mowers,
McVicker Gasoline Engines,
WIND MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS.
We Install Bath Rooms, Toilets, Sinks, etc., in Country Homes.
May 11—ly] Let Us Make You Estimate.
ifis'lSS! TtEBEAUIY-OFA ‘ffUf*/S
fOf DOLLY 1
MW SHOE '/M
h-a&Vx. ISTHE FUIINQ QUALITIES M ffi
‘o/'lrml m
J&’&iiSh. each style has orace /. Ilf
EACHmiRHASCOMTORr/ ( | 'i
r’ ■V A l|. 383.00 L 3.50 MOO mJ |
MW\ mESHIm, Pi
|H
W. R. BISHOP,
—WITH—
LIKES, BERW ANGER A CO CLOTHIERB,
8, 10 ft IS E. Baltimore St„ TAILORS,
Baltimore, Md. FURNISHERS.
Likes, Berwanger ft Co. are the Foremost Clothiers of Baltimore.
Bept. 88—12 t .
FOUTZ’S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER
A Standard for 50 Years. |gj TgfiTOTELfcfiftATO^
Its Reliability and Purity are Everywhere Known and
its Efficiency for Conditioning and Curing Anl- ■-%
mals of Disease Has Never Been Equaled. j4B TtiL fTW
It cures Chronic Cough. Heaves, Influenza, Distemper. Hide |* wm. n sSmv weamynv
Bound. Indigestion, Constipation and all Stomach Troubles. HMIiMMI ILL FiWUUId.
Restores lost appetite and Increases the assimilation. It as- amm *mmmm *> uw mww. <—*>
slats in fattening and increases the quantity of milk and cream,
Fonts’* Superior Poultry Food 26c. p®r pkg.
Foutz’s Certain Worm Powder oc. “
Foutz’s Certain Kolik Cure ....50c. per bottle#
Foutz’s Liniment o* **
Foutz’s Healing Powder, for Collar Galls, etc —26 c. per pkg.
Every article of our manufacturer is guaranteed and bears United States Serial No. 217.
BTSOLD EVERYWHERE ]££
THE DAVID E. FOUTZ COMPANY, Baltimore, Md.
Ap1,27tN0v.17
SOOTHCOUB’S HATS
Wise Heads Wear Them.
109 IE. Baltimore St.,
BETWEEN CALVERT g Ajn) LIGHT BTS„ BALTIMORE, Md.
Nov. ,0-ly
WILSON & KENNEY CO.,
TOWSON AND LUTHERVILLE.
Coal, Lumber, Mill Work, Hardware. Paints-
Hay, Crain and Mill Feed.
—FULL STOCK! — —LOW PRICES! —
ALSO A STORK FOR MERCHANDISE AT LUTHERVILLE.
?|lis cellanejcms.
the Mil
COUNTRY 1831
GENTLEMAN
The ONLY Agricultural NEWSpaper
AND ADMITTEDLY THE
LEADING AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL OF
THE WORLD.
Every department written by specialists, the
highest authorities in their respective lines.
No other paper pretends to compare with it in
qualifications of editorial staff.
Gives the agricultural NEWS with a degree of
completeness not even attempted by others.
SINOLE SUBSCRIPTION, SI.BO.
BUT SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
are offered to olub organizers.
We want an Agent in your town,
and will be glad to send you our
AGENTS’ PROPOSITION if you
could find time to do a little can
vassing for us.
SPECIMEN COPIES
! will be mailed free on request. It will pay any
body interested in any way in country life to
send for them. Address the publishers:
LUTHER TUCKER ft 80N,
Nov. 2- tfl Albany, N. Y.
jyj-ARYLAND ft PENNSYLVANIA R. R.
On and after Sunday, Oct. 27, 1907, trains on
the Maryland ft Pennsylvania Railroad will leave
and arrive at North Ave. Station, Baltimore as
follows:
DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
7.30 A. M. for York. 8.10 A. M. from Belalr
9.30 A. M. “ Beiair. 9.10 A.M. “ Delta.
P. M. “ York. 11.66 A. M. “ York.
4.46 P. M. “ Beiair. 2.06 P.M. “ Belalr.
6.00 P. M. “ Delta. 5.60 P.M. “ York.
11.80 P.M. “ Beiair. 7.38 P.M. “ Beiair.
SATURDAY ONLY.
Leave at 1.20 P. M. for Belalr. Arrive at BJS6
P. M. from Beiair.
SUNDAY ONLY.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
9.06 A.M. for Delta. 9.00 A.M. from Delta.
4.06 P.M. “ Delta. 5.56 P.M. “ Delta.
11.00P.M. “ Delta. 9.80 P.M. “ Delta.
LEAVE TOWSON FOR BALTIMORE.
Daily, except Sunday, at 7.60,8.54,11.37 A. M., 1.44,
6.29. 7.19 P. M.
Saturday only, 3.29 P. M.
Sunday only, 8.87 A. M., 5.36,9.08 P. M.
ARRIVE AT TOWSON FROM BALTIMORE.
Daily, except Sunday, at 7.57, 9.60 A. M., 8.46,
5.06, 6.22.11.46 P. M.
Saturday only, 1.40 P. M.
Sunday only, 9.29 A. M., 4.25,11.20 P. M.
J. 8. NORRIS. General Manager.
0. A. FIFER. Oen’l Pass. Agent.
WILLIAM J. BIDDISON,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT.
Fire, Tornado and Windstorm Poll
cles Issued.
NO ASSESSMENT.
—REPRESENTING—
HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF N. Y.,
Assets S20.000.U00.00;
GIRARD FIRE ft MARINE INSURANCE CO.
OF PHILA., Assets $2,141,263.79.
Office—Kelly’s Hall, at Terminus of Belalr
Road Car Line,
Rnspebnrg P. 0., Baltimore County, Md.
C. ft P. Phone—Hamilton 2W; Maryland, B, 8223
|3F*A share of patronage will be appreciated.
Deo. 22-ly
BROS. & CO.,
Mw 8 wow ite
AND UNDERTAKERS,
LONG GREEN, Md.
Manufacturers and Dealers In
All Styles of Harness and Horse Goods.
oF“Agents for the celebrated PAGE WOVEN
WIRE FENCE CO. and the INTERNATIONAL
HARVESTER CO. MACHINES.
JVC. ft P. Phone—Fork Exchange, 17-7.
Feb. 3—tf
ROBERT CLARK. A. W. CLARK.
LUTHERVILLE
STEAM LAUNDRY,
ROBERT CLARK A SON, Prop’rs.
NEWLY FITTED THROUGHOUT AND NOW
READY FOR BUSINESB.
Good Work and Moderate Charge*.
Public patronage respectfully solicited.
GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED.
Feb. 23—ly
EDWARD B. BURNS. FRANK BURNS.
JOHN BURNS’ SONS,
Funeral * Directors,
TOWBON, Md,
C. ft P. Phone-TOWSON, 77-F.
Feb. 28—ly
W. O. B. WRIGHT,
Baldwin P. 0., Baltimore County, Md.,
Real Estate and Collection Agency
—AND—
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Director and Agent of the Harford Mutual
Fire Insurance Company.
BUT AND SELL REAL ESI ATM.
If you want to buy country property, or wish
to sell, see me. I can help you either way.
oT"Prompt attention given to the oollectloa
of claims.
R*Bid*not—NEAß FORK. [June B—ly
W. ROBERT HERZOG,
M Ml MCI.
Residence—lS WARE AVENUE,
C. ft P. Phone-Towson 162 K. TOWSON, Md.
Roofing, Spouting and Stove Repairing prompt
ly attended to.
Furnaoea Set and Repaired a Specialty.
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention.
May 18—ly
UME! LIMEL" UHE!
Having resumed the business of Burning Lime,
we are now prepared to
FURNISH IN ANY QUANTITY
Whitewashing, Building and Agricul
tural Lime.
BHANKT JN~& JENIFER,
KILNS AT LOCH BA YEN.
May 25—ly] BALTIMORE COUNTY. Mn.
Dr. A. O. McOURDY & CO.,
TOWSON. Md.
Orders received for—
ALL KINDSJDF SLATE.
Peach Bottom Roofing Slate,
w | w Slabs for Walks,
•S&* as x:r ®
* Cemetery Slabs, •
Imposing Stones, Ac., fte.
JVCall on or address as above.
0. ft P. Phone-Towson 23 R. [June 2s—ly
TOWSON NATIONAL BANK.
Gash Capital $50,000.
Open daily from 9 o’clock A. M. until 8 P. M
and 12 o’oloek noon on Saturdays. Making loans
on first-class security, and doing a general bank
ing business.
__ JOHN CROWTHBR. JR., President.
w Q. CBAUMBR. Cashier. [Apl. 6-ly
PIANOS tuned
In Any Part of the County.
Address, JOSEPH A. NEUMAYER,
Raspeburg, B. F. D., Md.
I C. * p. Tel.—Hamilton 4-k. [Sept. 81-4Y*

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