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a Tractor Lesson W*hA t \X7’HEN power is needed over UkSIbS ** soft, wet or rough ground— \^ZI7HS on the battlefield or on the farm— only the tank-type tractor can -‘deliver the goods'.” specifications The Allied Armies learned that W u*!ini" r wbr lesson well in France and tens of thousands of farmers the world over wwi* • jo in. have taken it to heart. netght s2 in. Take early spring plowing or i„ poundl discing. The Cfetrac’s two broad Turni<tg arch; tank-type tracks pet a firm crip r *■’ , b e r Traction Kur on tooting where ordinary tractors faer: Abontww I I >. • > M MIIHH inclici would ‘‘mire in Ihe Cletrac goes cv*r right ahead and gets the plowing or °f Trar * , l : . ,P . . V 1 & Winch*. discing done and out of the way ai p u tuy . when the ground is almost too soft Iml'l" * in for horses. It’s the first tractor into the fields in the spring. It isn’t “soft” from the winter’s rest. It will fm step right along from daylight I j to dark and be just as fresh \ IXMC-7YPB J the next morning. TRACTO^y The Cletrac’s ability to stand up to the job for, a full day’s work, day after day in the spring when the going is “tough," gives the Cletrac user from one to two weeks advantage and keeps him ahead of the season through the summer and fall. In the hot, horse-killing haying and harvest days the Cle trac user can push his tractor to the limit—twenty-four hours a day if necessary, fie makes the most of every minute of good weather. He gets bigger and better crops at a lower cost per bushel You’ll find it worth-while to read “Selecting Tour Tractor.” Come in and get your copy. SCHAEFFER & MOWEN WESTMINSTER, Ml). HgSHHSSEKHXHSW K*X*X*X*l*X A V SS Notice To Farmers ! S kS| Our Mill and Elevator will Ijo closed for repairs from S 3 M June 20th to July sth, and during this period we cannot H M receive wheat. tS] 0 i U „..O. Englar & Sponseller w 1 The R. L. i I Dollings - I Company | ® i i I- I # 7 Per Cent Supervised | •# Industrial Securities. > I 1 I Capital $3,000,000. | Martin D. Hess | | J. Ralph Bonsack | 6 Times Building - Westminster, Md. PHONE 207. (|) - I’ATKOM/K Oim ADVIUIiIHKIW. TRE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, JUNE 17.1921 giiinii .LJUBBjtMBE*”. ti-P.-g-J-M ■ '.lll ■■ ' ‘~fpr KiyttWH Myers shd (WHfRWv,! Miss Cordelia, snd Miss Hutb Lindsay, I this city, will leave tomorrow for A visit to Mrs. Myers’ inrtfher, Mrs. j Thomas Krcglo, at Portsmouth, Va. Miss JSva (5. Hrehm, of Brummcll, has accepted a position with the OH pln Company, incorporated. 74-"> Equit nhle Building. Baltimore. Mr. .Tames 1). Mitchell Is the Ollpln representa tive in this city. Emory Orovc Camp will open July J and continue throughout the month. Senator Thomas Sterling, sponsor for the Sterllng-Towner Educational BUI, will he a speaker at the utnipi during Its sessions. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Tingling, Bond street, attended the comment uruent exercises at Georgetown University, on Wednesday, where their son, Kay mood, was graduated with th j degree of L. L. B. Rosorlo Rollo. an employee ol Thomas, Bennett A [lamer, was ac cidentally thrown to the ground Mon day. while working a scoop on the state road, receiving a fractured rlh in bis left side. I Mr. A. It. I .likens, who has made : Ills home in this city fur the past sov ! eral years, has moved his family tr I York. Pa., to make their future home j Mr. laikcns and family have raud< | many friends In this city while here j Wilfred Monroe Copenbaver, son of i Mr. Clayton Copcnhaver. of this city | was one ol the graduates of Western : Maryland College this year, Mr. Cop • nhuvor made an excellent record and j graduated at the head of his class | which entitled him to the Valedictory I honors; he also received his A It. d (tree Humma Cum laiudu, which Is th< ! highest honor that the college csr, j cooler upon a graduate. This enriabp i record of Mr. fopenhaver’s speak) : well for Westminster, and M mark* the fourth consecutive year In which iat least one graudatc front our city | has received this honor ■■■■■■Ha . ,'U—; Now Selling at the Lowest Price Level in Tire History t 30x3*s - - $24.50 32x4 - - 46.30 34x4*6 - - 54.90 (And Other Sizes in Proportion) Tir* repair men, who judge value* heal, class these tires as having the sturdiest can ass made. Forty-seven high grade car manufacturers use them as standard equipment. 'IWy are the quality choice of cord user*. This new low price is made possible by strictest economies and specialized production Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making 30x3* i-inch Non-Skid fabric tirea With a daily capacity of 16,000 lires and 20.000 tubas, this plant permit* refined production on a quantity basis All materials used are the best obtainable The quality is uniform. It is the beat fabric tire ever offered to the car owner at any price. VERNON A. CHREST <U RRO„ WESTMINSTER, MD. FOR YOURIHERITH SUE M| Lie pi rAcre \1 PLEASES W \ BOTH YOUNG AND OLD. I® J - sama* a a I*3 V fev ~x , j IT MAKKS A III! FHHRNCH 1 -“'<s, fc. I 1.1 ..... '■■"l 11 "I ■ ■ 1.1 } The nM ’ prficisWs' dt the benefit ! "Princess Donnie" given for West minster Free Library was $380.61. j The production of Princess Bonnie was a success In every* way and the committee Is very grateful to those who gave their time and talent to the production of this splendid entertain ment. Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Davis, for merly of Westminster, now living on Stevenson* I.one, Towson, have pur chased from the Rev. S. M. Engle, now of Florida, hut formerly, of Bal timore County, six acres of land, Join ing on the east the land of Richard H. rhrbroclf the ’Economy Party," candidate for Treasurer of Baltimore county. The alligator thel disappeared from the pond ol J. D. Crowl, Center street, was found alive and hearty In the grass plot in front of the M P. Church by some children. How the alligator wandered that fur noems t i be nothing less than a mystery to Mr, Crowl. It left his place three weeks ago. hut Is now hack in the pond, and Is very lively,Mr. Crowl had throe young alligators, hut after the one disappeared the other two be came droopy and died about a week later. Court was :n session yesterday to I ; heuf two cases. The tlrsl case to be tried was the State of Maryland vs.. Boland Rl raw share, residing near Cnlou Bridge, on the charge of forg mg a check for who pleaded guilty to the charge; the sentence j was suspended until November term i of Cotirt, Brown representing the, ! State Hoff, the accused. The forged j ■ mount was paid by Slniwsbttrg’s I athcr. The other case was Jobs Nl- 1 uer, plaintiff, v Joseph T Miner, et nl.. defendant, the suit Is over the j ownership of the Miner farm at Smallwood. and was argued before : the Court, Bond A Parke represented , John Miner, and Walsh and Steele, Jo- j seph Miner, Judges Thomas and ) Maus were on the bench The dects-! ion of the Court has been withheld 11.-I.LJ MS. .1) JAZZ MUSIC LIKE WHISKEY ; CHICAGO f)AN(l*(l WASTER. IE- M yul’AC’IX; IT, I RUE* ITS A HO LITIOV Chicago, June 111.—J. Louis Ouyon, a dancing master, whoe immense dancing palace is the most popnlar in the city, today addressed the Eirtv ' copal clergy, making a strong plea for the abolition of jazz and other I Bolshevist music." He denounced . many of the modern movement* as the "dances of savagery.” "Most of th*people wish to he de cent most of the time." said Professor Ouyon. "It is as easy to teach hoys and girls to think and act property as | it Is to teach them to do wrong.” "Dancing is the poetry of motion,” j I he continued. "It Is as natural for the! 1 1 human being to dance as It Is for the - tnn to ahlne. All of you have noticed 1 the child of two or three years danc ing to the music of the street hurdy gurdy. "Jazz music. Is the must detrimental factor with which we have to contend In keeping dam luc eleai . I have ex-1 perlmented along this line In my own I , rooms. Five doses of jazz muelc on I the darn ing of a crowd of clean young people baa the same effect that five drinks of whisky would have upon the mind” of the crowd in this room. "Can you picture how quickly in ■ decency would deport from our danc- I ing If It became the style to be de : i ent* There lies the remedy." Herr * Babylon, who have been the representatives of the "Fords.’’ known as "Lizzies.” since the Intro ; duct ion of that automobile in this city, have discontinued the agency of I ! same, and Fisher Motor Company, a ' , representative of the Ford Company, ! j at Washington, has rented the Hrun jdlge Building, corner Main and Bond : streets for the purpose of carrying on i samp. ■ ! Tastes Fine, and Better for Health Postum Cereal is a pure, wholesome cereal beverage, contain ing nothing harmful to nerves or digestion. It should he boiled at least twenty minutes. Then Postum Cereal will reveal a true coffee-like richness I of color and flavor. /// There's a Reason |f Sold by grocers •Cere* everywhere. 3ST | Hade by ._ a Postum Cereal Company, Inc. TEgWWnwi t? 1 Battle Creek, Michigan. A aSSisi^ Additional Voting Precincts In Freedom District, Hampstead District, New Windsor District, and the Second Precinct of Westminster District, Carroll County, Maryland. ' WtUSRKAfI, lb* registered vote™ i iin Freedom District, Hampstead 1)1*-1 trii l. New Windsor District, and the i !ieond Prectmt of Westminster Dts-! trlct. Carroll Cminljr. Maryland, ex ceed goo by reason of the ratification ] jif the Nineteenth Amendment to the} Constitution of the Cnllod Slates. ex-1 | tending Suffrage to all woman, and. | WHEREAS, the Hoard of Election 1 Supervisor* of Carroll County. Ini their Judgment believe It la expedient i for the convenience or the voter* of; ■freedom District, Hampstead District New Wlndaor District, and the Sec ond I’m tnct of Westminster District, tte auh divided and new boundary I lines for the same he made for the purpose of faeilitatliiß and expedition j the casting of their ballot* by the vot er* thereof. TiIERKKORK. In pursuunee of the ( Ail* of the tieneral Assembly of} Maryland IS'.’O. Chapter ok. it ie OR-| DKRED this Firm day of June. IMI, by the Hoard of Blectkm .Supervisor* iof Carroll County that Freedom Dl*- 1 trlct known a* the Fifth Election Di* trlcl of Carroll County be. and the I* hereby divided Into two voting precinct*, and that Hampstead Hie trlct, know n as th< Eighth F.lectlon; Idsrictof Carroll County be. and the seme la hereby divided Into two vot-j in* precincts. and Hint -New Wlndaor j I District. known a* the Eleventh F’lrc-] Hon District of Carroll County, he.’ and the same Is hereby divided Into two voting precincts, and that the. Second Precinct of Wentmlnsler Filer- ] tiun District, known as the Seventh Flection District of Carroll County | he. and the same Is hereby divided In-1 to two voting precincts. And tt is further ORDER FID that! all the territory lying South of the, Liberty (toad and hounded by Haiti- ! | more and Howard Counties and Her- 1 ■ retl District, shall he and constitute the First Precinct of the Fifth Elec tion District. Known as F'rcertom Dis trict: and that all the territory lying iNorth of the Liberty Hoad and bound ed by Haliimora County. Woolery's iand Herrett Districts, shall be and I constitute the Second Precinct of the Fifth Klectton District of Carroll County, known as Freedom District. Ami It is further ordered that all the territory In Hampstead District, tying West of the HuUlmure and Han over Turnpike Hoad, unit South of the Hampstead and Westminster public road by Hrilhsrt'a Mill, shall he and constitute the First Precinct of Uie Eighty Election District, known as Hampstead District: and that all the remainder of the territory now known as Hampstead District, and lying North of the Hampstead and Westmlnstnr road. Including the vil lages of Snyderghiirg and Green - ’ mount, ami Fast of (he Baltimore and Hanover Turnpike road, ahall be and constitute the Second Precinct of the Eighth Election District of Carroll county known a* Hampstead District. And it Is further ordered that all the territory hound by the Western .Maryland Kallrosd, starting at Med ford and rnnning to New Windsor to High Street up High Street to Church Street, down Church Street and out the New Windsor and Liberty Pike to 'Frederick line, and hounded by Fred-; erlck county, Westminster ami, | Franklin Districts, shall he and con isllttitc the First Precinct of the Eleventh Election District, known as i.N'tw Wlndaor District; and that all the territory on the North sfdo of the Western Maryland Railroad from j Medford to the Union Bridge District line, (except that part surrounded by I 25 Pure Bred Duroc Boar Pig* For Sale We have 2.'. Pure Bred Hoar Hge to select from. All popular strains represented. Some of the finest Individuals you have ever seen. I’riere 4IUNI ami up, tnelcdlmr registration paper. The Herr Pnrrn Herd of Pure Bred Duroc Jersey Hogs Is conceded to be the best la Carroll County. If you do not Imlleve It come let us shotv you. j tIAWKI W. MVniKV Phniwv d-W and IU, Westminster, Wtl 1 High and Church Streets In Now Wlndaor) and hounded by fnlontown I Westminster and I'nion Bridge Dis trict, the usual division, and that part iof the town of Naw Windsor lying East and North of High and Church streets and running out the New Windsor and Liberty Pike to the ; Frederick county line, shall be and !constitute the Second Precinct of the Eleventh Election District, known as | New Windsor Dlsrlct. And It Is farther ordered that all thi territory bounded by the West ern Maryland tlallroad. Main Street, Pennsylvania Avenue to Sullivan Road at .lame* M. Stoner’s, following Sullivan Hoad, Manchester and . Hampstead Districts, shall he and constitute the Second Precinct of the Seventh Election District, known as ; Westminster District; and that all the territory hounded by Pennsylvan ia Avenue to Sullivan Road. Manches ter and Myer*' Districts. LIU Uptown | State road to (be County Road run ning from Mtllestown State road near D, F. Shrlver'a farm to Meadow Branch Church on Taneytown road, following said road to Westminster, down Main street to tne junction of Main Street and Pennsylvania Aven ue, shall he and constitute the Fifth Precinct of the Seventh Election Dls- I trlct of Carroll County, known as i Westminster District. And it Is further ordered that auit , able polling places nr houses be pro vided for said sub-divided districts and precinct*, as follows; For the First Precinct of th# Fifth Election District, known aa F’reedom District. In the Phelps Building, In Md ; for the Second Pre idnct of the FTflh Election District, i known as Freedom District, in Selby * Frlaaall’a Store at Kldersburg, Car roll County. Md.; for the First Pre . clncl of the Eighth Election District, known aa Hampstead District, In the Firemen’s Building, llamp tlead, Md.: for the Second Precinct In the Eighth Election District, . known aa Hampstead District, in thp 1 j Leister s Garage Building, Hampstead. Md,: for the First Precinct of the Eleventh Election District, known as New Windsor District. In Warner Sisters’ Hlsre. New Windsor. Md.: I for the Hecond Precinct of the Elev enth Election District, known as New Windsor District. In the Firemen's ' Building, in New Windsor. Md.; for the Hecond Precinct of the Seventh t Election District, known as Weslmin ■ ster District, at Hfrr & Babylon’* i Building. W. Main St. In Westminster. Md.. and for the Fifth Precfnct of the ’Seventh Election District,, known a* II Westminster District, in John Daley's I Shop, Pennsylvania Avenue, West minster. Carroll County, Maryland. I And It la further ordered that sult -1 able hooks of registry shall be ob , j talned, and a sufficient number of I } competent person* be employed to transcribe the names of the register- t d voters In the hooka to be provided ' I for In the several precincts; that each ijof said books may contain the names of registered voters residing ■ within the aforesaid respective pro | ducts. i L> order of the Board i AIXJNZO B..SKLUMAN. President; EDWARD O. DIFFKNDAL, HARRY D. FOWBLB, Board of Supervisors of Election of ' Carroll County. 1 ■ "" I Jacob M. I-ong, Clark. i June jo-St.