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MARYLAND NEWS NOTES
While at pity Lester Wilson, of Ris ing Sun. fractured an arm. The Hagerstown Civic League has elected Mrs. James Findlay president, Falling beneath a horse, .lames Evans, of Hanisville, sustained a fractured collar-bone. A hog slaughtered upon the Howard Taylor farm, near Blake, dressed RS6 pounds. Palling against a stove. R-yesr-old W/s. 7 » y w 9 6 yfl The Sweetest Smoke in the World u 7 •1 VV V A y/j & C 3 is Tuxedo in a genuine "Missouri Meerschaum pipe with a Weichsel stem. Remember the old corn cob pipe you used to smoke? How sweet and cool it was always? And for the best and simplest reasons: corn cob naturally absorbs the nicotine from the burning tobacco. The smoke that enters your mouth must be sweet and cool. No other pipe has ever equalled the cob in its own sterling qualities. The Missouri Meerschaum is the Corn Cob | Pipe de Luxe. It looks better—is made better— Cvill last longer and gives the same sweet smoke as the old-time cob. The stem of Weichsel wood :ontains fragrant aromatic oils which arc released when the smoke enters the stem, making a smoke which cannotbe excelled in delicacy and sweetness. »> 7g k 7 *0^ 7 I 4 m The w /y' 7 A J\" PC SS-''-' V mr \ m W/M V 1 i'iy % Mi Watt m. tfSi >it\ m mi Wi ,\\f A] ri n« The Greatest Men in America Endorse i, A \ pm. 1 PU \\ ^jfwxcdo Tobacco A You Can Buy Tuxedo Everywhere 1 r » x\' % w ,6t The live, virile men who make this country what it is, recognize the relaxation from nervous and mental strain, the restfulncss —that comes from smoking Tuxed tobacco. A host of famous Americans say frankly and emphatically that Tuxedo is the one tobacco containing every desirable element and not one that is undesirable. Tuxedo strengthens your will to do. The soothing quality of a pipeful of this mild, delicious, aromatic tobacco restores your poise and revives your going power by enabling you to rest. You can smoke Tuxedo! No matter how often you have tried to smoke a pipe and failed, there is comfort and satisfaction in pipe smoking for you if you fill your pipe with Tuxedo. Tuxedo has made pipe smoking possible to thou sands of men. The "Tuxedo process" of treating the finest, mildest leaves of the highest grade Burley tobacco, causes Tuxedo to burn slowly with X\ Vt \s t V Convenient pouch, inner lined with moisture proof paper ► \»»t < I 5c Rex Beach, famous author, play wright, sportsman, author of ,, Tho Spoilers," "The Barrier," "The Sil ver Horde," etc., says: **/ have smoked TUXEDO in .rub Arctic Alaska, at Panama and every where — would not smote another kind." X Ik ^ hs Famous green tin, with gold lettering, curved to fit pocket 1 N\ AN lOc lawyers, singers, lecturers, ministers and other public speakers testify that smoking Tuxedo gives them the keenest pleasure and exercises a good influence on the throat. 4 ^ r. . w vu delicious Havor and the most enjoyable aroma. Tuxedo cannot bite, sting or irritate the mouth, nose or throat. V v, Tuxedo has many imitators, yet discovered the "Tuxedo process, unique and unrivaled. é None of them has Tuxedo remains 'V A, U' yy .VS Ni Hundreds of well-known doctors, orators, actors, John Philip Sous», the March King, world famous Band Master, says: "TUXEDO gives an absolutely satisfying smoke, fragrant, mild and pleasant. '* Christy Mathewson, famous pitcher of the New York Giants, says ; "Tuxedo gets to me in a natural, pleasant nay. It's what /call pood, honest, companionable tobacco — the kind to stick to." A genuine "Missouri Meerschaum" Pipe with Weichsel Stem FREE to each purchaser of a 10-cent tin of Tuxedo tobacco. Call on your dealer today —before his supply of these pipes is exhausted—and you'll have "the sweetest smoke in the world." FREE FREE « S > - % «... .. *«*«>■ ■ro ^ « 5 ; V} • * i V/ George Randolph Chester, famous author of the "Wallingford'' stories, says: "Why shouldn't a man be willing to recommend a tobacco which gives as cool, sweet and satisfying a smoke as Tuxedo f ' V.Stefansson, the famous explorer, who discovered a tribe of blond Esquimaux in the arctic regions, says: "Tuxedo is mild, cool and soothing —just the sort of tobacco Ineed. Tux • edogoes with me wherever 1 ga." /fane Grey, famous sportsman, ex plorer aud writer, author of'"Riders of the Purple Sage" and other well known novels, says; "Tuxedo is an ideal camp-fire com panion. It's the sportsman's best friend. ' ' sf 9 Malcolm Strauss, the noted portray I er of girl types in pen and ink, says: I . "A pipeful of TUXEDO gives ■ added inspiration and encouragement. B Besides. its mild flavor makes tl a ■ keenly enjoyable smoke ' ' Geo. M. Cohan, actor, author, composer and manager, says: " Tuxedo burns slowly, and with a smoke that has a soft aroma, ft's the only tobacco f consent to trwkr." am rar 7 is 7 1 ^rvorisi! i vvant tobacco deale« in Wilmington to be supplied with our "Missouri Meerschaum Corn Cob Pipes. All dealers |3pecidl l mOHCC O L/V.ciicrs. who have not yet secured a supply of these pipes should call on or telephone the Tuxedo representative, Mr. A. Blanc, at the DuPont Hotel today. ^Friday), D. & A. Phone, 3140. Automatic. 9, between 6 and 8p. in., or not later than tomorrow, (.S&turdayfi between 12 noon and 1.30 p. in. Miss Mary C H. M niters, of Chesa peake City, has been granted a life Ruth Adams, of Fair Hill, was severe ly burned upon the hands and face. James Watson has been appointed bridge-tender for the Chesapeake t Delaware Canal at Pivot Bridge, certificate by the State Board of Rducatlon. Twenty converts of the Hagerstown Church of the Brethren were baptised Mary Wood, colored, was committed to Jail at Frederick for the (irand Jury on a charge of killing Kniest Johnson, colored, at her home. Tlnwlandvllle now has electric Ilghls every 20f feet on the road load Ing from the depot to the paper mill, by Immersion In the chilly waters of Antlefam Creek. The Cecil County School Hoard will awnrd a contract next week for a large brick addition to the Chcsa peakc City High School. Willard Anderson hag been elected president and Blanche Fotird arc re SchooM lterary*Soc.oty 0n " Mrs. bury C Cook, ofTrenton; Mrs. Henry M. McCullough, of Elktou. and Henry Brady, of Scranton, have bought the Belswanger property, at Chesapeake City. a severe windstorm, accomiianled by flurries of snow, which passed over the lower end of Harford county furnished by the Fell Paper Company. Thursday morning, played havoc with i farmers' ferions. I The County Commissioners will | Are engine and ladder truck for the ( ^ockoyavllle Fire Company ' It has been found necessary to kill i the flue driving horse of Mrs. Klixa- I heth Loobp, which was liadly inirned when her house and stable, near Klk ton, were burned the first of the week, Dr. Cecil Dabney, of Sherwood, and I Mias were married Wednesday and will | Pave Saturdav for China bridegroom will become'a medical ' »«ao It ll worlh , vl)i | e !o know , ogt what a In the market, whether you contemplât, buying or renting, call upon thr Wants to provide you with a full Hat of the vacant houses, apat' tnenls and Hat» in the locality that you favor moat. Fram es Cole, of Nova Scotia, where the Adv ITALIA* DEMOCRATS ELECT The Italian Democratic League ' :s elected the following officers: Res ident. Anthony D. Camille; vice-pres ident. Anthony D. Alessandro; ccr retary, Anthony Onestl; treasurer, Saueria D. Alessandro: trustees, Julio Clociolo, Francesco Fuuella, Ratfaele O. Camille; inspectors. Val entino Flnocchio, Pasiiuule Rastel in, Anthony Tose; sergeant-at-arms, Rsffaele Rlcoio.