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Visitors visiting this Institution have often remarked as to 0
the number of accounts we have in oar Saving Department. X
We take this as evidence that this Institution Is popular -N&
with the people.
I We pay 4 Perom. on Saving Accounts. #
ami Interest is compounded semi-annually. '•s
0 We Pay 4 Per Cent, on Certificates of Deposit. ®
® ON ACTIVE OH CHECKING ACCOUNTS TYH PAT > PER &
® CENT. ON DAILY BALANCES ON SI "MS OVER 1509.00, AND •?
0 INTEREST AS CREDITED EVERY MONTH.
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| WESTMINSTER DEPOSIT S TRUST COMPANY |
A-i Capital. (lAO.OOO.Ofc erplus & Undivided Pruflla, $1.9,099, -of
OOMMISBIOXEBS’ NOTICE.
The County Commissioners of Car
roll county will meet at their office,
in Westminster, every Monday and
Tuesday, for the transaction of busi
ness.
By order,
SAMUEL J. STONE, Clerk.
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| Dr. E. H. Garey |
■ DENTIST
5 West ninjter, Maryland.
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Hot Water and Steam Heat
The Quaker Ninel Pipelcss Furnace
installed tinder .. guarantee to be ab
solutely Gas and Dust proof.
Combination Coal ftnd Gas Kang* s.
Roofing—Tinning
GENERAL REPAIR WORK.
Frank T. Sliaeffer
C. & P, Phone 9X-J. Westminster.
THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 10, 1022
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MARY LAND HOG POOLE HA luFPfc-j
.. By Nineteen Twenty One.
With this review of the hog cholera
work in Maryland for .11*21, the fifth
year of the application of the Mary
land Flan for the Control of Hog Chol
era has practically been completed.
This work is conducted by the Live
Stock Sanitary Section of the Mary
land Stale Board of Agriculture, the
Extension Service of the University of
Maryland, and the U. S. Bureau of Ani
mal Industry, cooperating.
The results obtained during the,
past year have been very satisfactory
and most encouraging. Even with a:
greallv increased efficiency in the j
system inaugurated for reporting j
sickness among swine; the records ■
show that the number of outbreaks of
hog cholera decreased at least 25 per
cent from those of the preceding year.
iVirFi the disease epidemic in several
stales; resulting in losses larger than
for many years, the decrease in out
breaks in this State is certainly evi
dence of the effectiveness of the plan
under which the work is conducted.
The following table shows, in brief,
the activities of the Bureau specialists
for the year 1921.
Number of meetings held, 32.
Number in attendance. 3,521.
Number of vaccination demonstra
tions given, 23.
Number attending vaccination dem
onstrations, 289.
Autopsies, 173.
Number of cases diagnosed: Cholera
353: Necrotic Enteritis, 4; Pneumonia,
7: Tuberculosis, 1, Other diseases, 236.
Number of hog cholera warning i
cards sent out, 10,000.
Number of farms visited, 3,333.
Number of persons given personal
warning of outbreaks or instructions
regarding hog cholera. 8.899.
Number of miles traveled, 47,301.
The following table shows the num
ber of outbreaks by months for the
year 1921.
January, 11.
February. 20.
March. 111.
April. 20.
May, 11.
June. 13.
July. is.
August. 59.
Seat ember, 68.
October, 93.
November, 103.
December. 32; totaling 458.
Outbreaks by Counties
Anno Arundel, 21.
Allegany, 8. "
Baltimore, 22. I
Culvert. 5.
Caroline, 5.
Carroll. 12.
Cecil. 9.
Charles, 5.
Dorchester, 14.
Garrett, 0.
I la; ford, 15.
f.-..;-iu. 11.
■■•P-j-.ig ->.t y, 15.
' . rge. 34.
Queen Anne, 11.
US. Mery's 4.
Somers* t. 22.
Talbot. 30.
Washington, 122.
i Wicomico, 15.
Worcester, 33, totaling 158.
Only part of these outbreaks wa re
I on farms, as 150, or approximately 33
per cent, were termed “backyard” out
breaks. They occured among hogs
kept on town and city Jots.
Information derived from these
questionaries shows that the serum
treatment was used on 155 of those
herds while in 9! herds it was not
administered. Two questionaries gave
data on losses following the use of the
double treatment. The result in each
instance is shown by the following
tables.
Table showing results where scrum
treatment was used.
Number of herds, 155.
Number of swine on premises when,
, disease appeared, 3,130.
1 Number sick when disease was first
noticed. 384.
Number died before treatment, 354.
Number deemed too sick to treat,3l9.
Number died that were deemed too
sick to treat, 307.
Number apparently well when
treated. 1.7:57.
Number sick when treated, 689.
Number died that were apparently
I well when treated, 228.
Number fli:d that were sick when
treated. 441.
The following table shows tin "
in the two herds where the double;
treatment had been a ' . :
Number on premises, 525.
Number lost, 185.
The following table shows results
where no treatment was used:
Number on premises, 94.
Number of swine on premises when
disease appeared, 72 i.
Number sick when disease was firs
noticed. 217.
Number that died, 600.
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A BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY.
A surprise party was given Miss
Ruth Haines by her parents, Air. and
.Mi's. Charles Haines, Reisterstown.
Saturday. February 4- The evening
was spent in dancing and social games
and at a late hour refreshments were
served. Those attending were as fol
lows:’Misses Marie Krensinger, Marie
1 Hershalh. of Baltimore: Edna Duff, of
HolJyfield; Gladys Mark ley. of Flkes
ville; Edith Devege, of Tobins; Gare
fella and Ella Banhlitz, of Hannah
Moore Heights; Gussie Teal and Em
ilia Allcnder, of Glen Morris; Nannie
Allender. Ruby Allcnder, Edith and
.Mildred Wesley, of Glyndon; Helen
Haines. Pauline Haines, Mary Hoff
man. Helen Hannah, Dorothy Fitting
cr. of Reisterstown: Messrs. Norman
Posey. Walter Allender. Walter Hard
ing. - Edward Ashley, tieorge Smith.
Ernest Dulrovv, John Hied, Cortney
Hummel, of Baltimore; Edward, Chas.
a•; Geor ■■ Craft, of Holly held: Ar
, the- Scb u of Owinrs Mills; Beck
'I ot Eeriest on; James Lesca
!•* I (! Omar, of Glen Vlor
vir: |Me -Jr Allender, Richard Teal.
Robert Alltflidor, Lambert Allender.
da* >b ii. marge Haskell, of Giyn
don; ‘* a Pace Williams. Edward Koy
.t< ' 1.. William Pittinger, of lleist
erstown; Mr. and Mrs. John Royston.
1 1 r. anil Mrs. Edward Allender, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Williams and daugh
ter. ilnuaies and Mr. Rebert Allfeiitivr.
rCTirani i j
i 1 epics or the Uay -
Eight thousand divorces were grant
ed in Chicqgn in IS)?!, and peace is a'pa '
in sight in Ireland. —American Lum
berman (Chicago).
It would seem that .Muscle Shoals
is a natural place for a Ford.—Green
ville Piedmont.
The wav to start to fight in the Sen- j
ate is to give it a peace treaty.—New
York Tribune.
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Any man who agrees with his wife
can have his way. Newspaper Enter
prise Association.
j Best way to get rid of your duties is
!to discharge them.—Newspaper En
i terprise Association.
It is purposed that the sphere of in
fluence shall give way to the square
deal.—-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Hardly any of these rocks on the ,
matrimonial sea are cradle rocks.—
Newspaper Enterprise Association.
Emma Goldman says she is a wom
an without a country. America is a
tine country for Emma to lie without. I
-Newspaper Enterprise Association.
One reason for the failure of pro
hibition enforcement is that the boot
leggers can pay the sleuths more than
Uncle Sam.—Columbia Record.
An income is what you can't live
without or Wjthin.— Newspaper Enter
prise Association.
Ideals kill some men in politics, but
: politics kill more ideals in men.—Co
lumbia Record.
The only part of the hog the pack- i
' ers waste is the squeal, and the con
sumers furnish that.—New York Even
ing Telegram.
AVe were told that John Barleycorn
had turned up his toes, but it appears
that he has only turned up his nose,
j • —Columbia Record.
Drinking shellac is one way of see
ing your finish.—Wall Street Journal.
The Germans should get credit for ‘
starting this scrapping of warships. .
Brooklyn Eagle.
Russia is beginning to learn that -
the proof of political theories is in the
eating.—Muskogee Phoenix.
; .More people are looking for posi
tions than jobs, and more are after
jobs than work. —American Banker. '
it will be observed that the stuff stol
en from Eiilui Root’s cellar was not
root beer. Pittsburgh Gazette-Times.
AVooden cars were responsible for
many holiday deaths in New York..
A’ocd :■ Uln hoi : • more. Wooden
hearts for t till more Syracuse Post-
Standard.
it wow ■ the world it)
the bowwow.-:. Asher iile Times.
: til . r's corn for
Bp ;>ia is one io Ut charily begin
Eugene (Or Daily Guard* <
Tiie capture of Will Hays may prove
the biggest mail robbery the movies '
have yet staged.- SI. Paul Pioneer- j
Press. ;m , .
The Biggie-and-Tamt are hiking'
borne from Ireland. Afted this it is to
he merely a family quarrel.--Philadel
phia Record.
The United Slates will save a bil
lion in ten years through
plrfh- -provided Congress doesn't spend
it.-—lndianapolis Star.
Secretary of War AA r eeks announces
that he is in favor of const-ripting'eVp
ry man in the United States from IS
to Go years of age in the "next war."
This is an appropriate time to an
nounce also that Secretary Weeks is
lust 61 years old.—New' York Call.
Hides that were IS cents a foot in
1914 and 56 cents a foot in 1920 are i
now 17 cents a foot —hut unfortunate
ly the shoe men haven’t heard of it.
so buying shoes costs us just as much
a foot as ever. American Lumberman .
(Chicago).
Another feature of the general sit
, nation which is not without its gently
humorous aspec t is the way we Repub
licans go out nearly every day and
• pick up another little piece of a AVil
son policy and then assume an air as
jf of course we had always had it.—
Columbus (Ohio) State Journal.
DWELLING BERN'S
The dwelling of AV. O. Repp, between 1
Middleburg and Johnsville, caught fire
early Sunday morning, January 2P,
supposedly from an over-heated stove
and was entirely destroyed, with most
! of its contents. Shortly after midnight,
•Airs. Repp noticed a light through the I
door leading to another room and
r.ktn perhaps some one had left a
light burning, got up to investigate.
She then saw the light was coming
from the kitchen, having burned
through a washboard, the fire starting
I between the weatherboarding and the
plastering. Other members of the
household were aroused and several
boards were removed from the house
in order to reach the fire with water,
when it was seen that the. fire extend
ed for some distance in the wall and
when the llarues were apparently ex- i
tinguished at one point, they would
spring up at another. Neighbors help
ed to save some of the contents. Some
bed clothing, which was carried to a
sired and placed iu an automobile, was
later found to contain fire and had
damaged the machine some when dis
covered and extinguished. Mr. Repp
will rebuild as soon as the we;.'.her ,
permits.
Is This Jusfiie?
Recently a men stole a dime from a
’lev --boy. was arrested and sentenced
to serve 30 {lay:, :u the work house and
pay a line of Jluti. i
< .T i we 'ey accounts of hank offi
cial and others getting away with
i ns of thousands of dollars- (often
•omo men’s ha. I earned money) and
no news of their prosecution ever
reaches us, afUr they are captured,
' >r a short <>■• long length of time, j
'-Ci:a v.e ask, is this justice? A Ger
man once said. "Dere is blendy of Law ,
but not much Shastice!”
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AA orld’s finest. Doctor's adVise its
use. Aids Digestion. Promotes long
life. Fine on hot, pancakes, waffels,
etc. A ten-pound pail postpaid any
where in the E. S. for $3.00. Sample
: and price list free.
ROCKWARD NUSBAUM
Honey-hill Farm, I'niontown. .Aid.
Jan 20—It*
C. C. BEACH
Salesman and Demonstrator
ITPMOBIIE AND DODGE CARS |
PALACE OARAGE, PHONE 211
Salesman and Demonstrator of
WHITE Trucks
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Phone 16. House Phone 7 0-1
Jan.l3-tf
Sullivan
Farm Agency
Farms, Town Properties,
Building Lots.
MILTON A. SULLIVAN
AGENT
51 W. Main Street
Weatmimter, - Maryland.
Bel! Phone 218
FURS WANTED, j
On and after December 3, will be at
H. Rosenstock’a every Saturday to buy j
all kinds of Raw Furs.
LRM'R SHIPLEY. t
' dec 9-3m* >
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Highest cash juices will be paid for
old pigeons. Call N< vv AA'indsor 392.
S. AV, HOFF.
jan 13 to iii.ii- 2-1*
DR. J. FRED. WAESCHE
DENTIST
Arcad Building. SYKESVILLE, MD
DR. E. C. ROYER
Chiropractor
Tuesdays and Saturdays
hours: 10-12 a. m. 1-4 p. m.
17 Park Ave. Westminster, Md
C. Sc P. Phone 10S-M. sept 10
98. GEO. E. BAUGHMAN
SURGEON DENTIST
ILL BRANCHES OP MECHANICAL DEN
rtSTRY A SPECIALTY.
CROWN AND EKIOQE WORK.
PAINLESS EXTRACTING
GOLD AND ENAMEL FILLINGS.
ALL WORK guaranteed.
Kfice 11-4 E. Main St., Opposite Union
National Bank,
JI7 WESTMINkII R. MD
FARM FOR SALE
' Consisting of -10 acres, improved
with 7 room house, barn, blacksmith !
shop, 2 chicken houses, 2 corn cribs •
and all other necessary outbuildings. .
all in good condition, with running
water at barn and a good well of wa- i
I ter at the house. There Is a meadow ( .
and some woodland on this farm. It is
located about 4 miles fi-om AA'est- '
minster, along the Mt. Airy road.
For information address
GEO. AV. HARRIS,
Westminster, Md.
Or Teleohone AA’estminster 80D-Fll. |
feb 3-4 t, |
FOR SALE :
Thorough bred Jersey Bull calf, i
dropped January 21. both mother and .
sire are registered No. 2045.
H. E. TAYLOR,
feh 3-3t* Patapsco, Md. ji
WANTED. ~||
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5000 Old Common Pigeons,
20c Each.
J. F. WEANf & SON,
Commisson Merchants,
100*4-6 Hi lien Street,
BALTIMORE, - MARYLAND.
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Tarboro, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Washington, N. C.
Columbia, S. C. Spartanburg, S. C. Atlanta, Ga.
Macon, Ga. Columbus, Ga. Montgomery, Ala.
Birmingham, Ala. Baltimore, Md. Toledo, Ohio
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J. FRANCIS REESE, Prop.
Funeral Directors g Etnbalmers
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DAY AND NIGHT PHONES 117^
Automobile Equipment
I The Greatest I
ISHGE SALE!
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| Ever Held in Westminster |
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High quality Shoes sacrificed at prices that are even cheap X
Look At Ojf Window Display |
0-. A glance will show you that never before have you been able
>:• to get such Shoes at prices as low as we are selling them for.
JS Profits And Cost Not Considered
0: In repricing these Shoes, wehave not considered COSTS or fjf-
X PROFITS, for our main object is to dispose of them as quickly as X
0 possible. L'
|{ Our Lease Ends March Ist j|
0- Now or Never. Our.timeis limited and if you want a good :jf)
pair of Work or Dress Shoes for any member of the family, you X
•0 will be doing yourself an injustice if vou don’t buy here.
|j Men’s, Women’s, and Children’s %
0 Shoes, SI.OO Pair.
’’;0 : We are closing out a lot of Shoes at SI.OO a pair, ami at this
0) price we do not expect to have them long, hook over the Shoes !♦,;
0 cn our Bargain Rack. * :jss
® Men’s Tan Dress Shoes .
| $2.79 Pair ’ |
0 A good Tan, English Toe, Dress Shoe at this price is almost (1(£
0. unbelieaable. They were $4.G9. 0.
S; Women’s Tan Dress Shoes ®
| • $2.98 Pair |
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•0. We have such makes as S#iz, Pilot and Dixon-Barllett (Mak- 0;
X ers of Dolly Madison Shoef on sale at this exceedingly low price in X
Tan and Black. Values up to $4.2!). 'st
Men’s Work Shoes %
1 $1.98 I
:Jrt ;]s.*
•a- -- A good Work Shoe “Srtong As Iron” Brand for less than whole- X
:0S sale price.
0: Many other items at Big Reductions.
Don’t wait until you actually need Shoes, hut Buy Now at X
© these reduced prices. ~" ’ . ®
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Bargain Store
Open Every Evening. Directly Opposite Firemen’s Bldg, pf)
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