WYOMING TO BUILD
NEW CONCRETE ROAD
I'AMIVK W>o., #ept. IT.?Plana for
the I'om li urtlon of a concrete road
four But) one-half mllfi In l<n(tli, beIwftn
C?>|)i r and Malt Cn?k are under
*?j Avcoi dmv to aniiuunreuivnt
by the Hta*e tllichway ('omitiiHSli>n,
the roud will ratubliah a new J4(h
mailt In tl??' ro>t of road building. e?II
mates placlnr U at a total of MM,6w7.i7,
?ir nearly *e>ti ikn> pi r mlla.
The load ?if) be mil) nine fuat
wide uud h III lit- 11 h* d for tlie accommodation
of ^iriivy truekn.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles fit' Beauty.
A few rents buys "Danderlne."
After an application of "Danderlne"
you can not find a fallen hair or
any dandruff, besides every hair
hows new life, vigor, brightness,
more color and thickness.
Peeling the Skin It
^ Better Than Bleaching
Ever nine* the discovery that ordinary
* m?rrollsc(l wax would abaorb and remove
a discolored complexion, Its use by ladles
as a substitute for bkarhlnK creams has
grown rapidly. A perfect complexion can
be maintained indefinitely if thia remarkable
imbalance I* used. I tn beneficent
cleansing. clearing and preservative action
is quickly apparent, and ladies who
have been paying high prices for "special
bleach" from beauty specialist*, soon recognize
that mercolfxed wax outranks them
It has become so popular that
It can b?? obtained at all druggists, who
have It in original, one-ounce packages.
The favorite way of using is to apply It
like cold ?ream, before retiring, washing
It off in the morning.
The saxolite lotion for wrinkles and
flabbiness has also * become extremely
(>opular One ounce of powdered saxolite
s dissolved in on^-half pint witch hazel.
Hathing the face in this has a remarkable
fft.ct in^rasing wrinkles and in
There Is a Store in Your
Pillsbury's . D
I 12-lb. Sack, Vz-ll
1 1 99c :
lona Peaces, can
Ion.i Pears, N'* 2 can
A H P Slice'! Pineapple
Sultana Pineapple, large
Rose Bath Soa
A & P ] D?
Perfect Roasted Wll<
? COFFEE fL
35c lb. 3^
A A P Soap Flake*, pkg..5
(Jold Dust, larsrr pkg
20-Mule-Toam Borax, pkg..
Koval Lunch Cracker*, lb...
N. B. C. Wafer*
A & P r?raoe Juice,
! lie Oct
By DOROTHY '
LONDON, S?i>t. 17.?You
Feiner by tbe color ot liis hair
tue clas* in society to which h<
^irdent Republican* whom I mo
cessful Dublin manufacturer,
British Commission on Trade
does a large annual business w
mitted, even in northeast 1 1st
Irishmen of business.
With a love of Ireland which
tends beyond politic#, hl? Interest In '
I he Irish cau?e In largely based on lll?
awn Interpretation of Irish < conoinlcs
While others cry for Independence I"
the name of the rights of small nations.
asserting that governments derive
their Just powers only from tin. ul
consent of the governed?and nowhere
ere Woodrow Wilson and the Declara
tion of Independence more often
quoted than In Ireland?he demands fc
i-elf-government In tho name of a hi
protective tariff. '
I spent a week-end as the KUest of ct
his family, at their country home in y<
he County Wicklow ? a famous di
ccunty, the home of Henry Grattai. ?
who fouBht the act of union with a
Kngland In 1*00. and more recently
the horns of Mr. I>e Valera. the l'resl- lr
dent of the Republic.
HKAHS IRISH ECONOMIC*. ,(
And there I listened to Irish history
and heard Irish economics ex el
pounded. a ],
"You cannot understand Ireland," c)
said my host, "unless you know Irish
history and realise that that history j
is living today. Not a boy in the ttl
streets but can tell y*u of the ter-j,r
liblo famines of the nineteenth cen-; ,n
tury. of the Treaty of Limerick, of d(
the circumstances attending the Act i
of Union. And there are many, like
myself, with whom history is made
more vivid by memory. |ai
My own first memories begin to
when, as a tiny child. 1 saw a thou- . to
Hand Scotch Highlander troops evict- vf
iug the tenants on a hillside not fai j A1
from this very spot. That was in Vi
the time of the terrible land troubles. ,h
which the Knglish government, be
l which broke up our old democratic
I land system brought upon us. I fo
"But surely," I protested, all that th
i. past' You suffer no disadvantage- re
! ous land laws now. AII countries
| have had dark places in their I1*"1 t*
! "Yes," he said, "but we peculiarly ar
1 are the product of our past. It influences
all our present. It accounts nr
for our present backwardness In In- se
"You cannot keep a person In a
dark room for years, feeding him dc
only mough to keep body and soul
elightful A & P
nge Pekoe Fine Ground
k Package, | Corn Meal
25c 5c lb.
IVE SOAP, I
40c Royal \Ane Cherries. No. 1
20c can 30c '
.n. Canned Apple Sauce 20c
loganberries, can 47c I
Raspberries, can 45c ]
45c A A. P Plums, can 50c
p, Six Cakes for 25c
dicious 1 PURE (
ole Milk * * i\v\
IKLjL Very Best
tc lb. 25c lb.
tic Elastic Starch, pk& 10c A
i/ c No Rub 8c A
- I .a France Laundry Tablsts. Kc
,r l/eno* Soap, 10 (or Ific Q
29c star Soap, 10 for 78o P
14c A * P Liquid Rlue Vic A
Pt. Bottle, 2 5c 1 Heinz Bah
=4,594 A dc P Stores in
y or You
I m He r> Ic*.
cannot pick out a Sinn
or the cut of bis clothes, or
3 belongs. One of the most
t in Ireland whs a very suca
former member of the
after the War, a man who
ith English firms and is ader,
to be one of the ablest
igether, iin<1 then bring him out Into
i? light and expect him to compete
ith other* who have been nuurlnhud
KHKK TIUDK "BAD KOR l'|."
"Yet that la what haa been done to
i. It la true we are free, but we
re free under condition* Kood for a
runs country like England, but bad
tr a weak one like ours. England
?s free tmle; It la a good thing for
pr, a w't (jtahlliihed Industrial
>untry. It I* a bad thing for ua, a
lung country, agricultural, with Injstry
Juat atruggllng to Ita fret.
:e need a government to promulgate
ws, not alone abstractly Juat. but
1st because they deal with realltlea
He smiled. "Until that time cornea
>nt? of us will mxkc oulr own proictlve
He awept a glance around the spaoiib
drawing room. "This rug," he
ild. "was made In Ireland, from
lah wool." It was deep piled and of
larmlng design. "Thoao curtains are
He brought me china, creamy as
le finest wedgewood, but more lusous,
with boyish anxiety for my adiratlon.
"This is a new Irish Injstry."
At the dinner table the children?
lere were ten of them with oharmg
Irish names; Snlela and Dermott
id Norcen und Cavln?talked across
each other In Gaelic, a mellifluous
ngue when spoken with aoft Irish
ilces with the hint of a wail In them.
II over Ireland the children are revlng
the old tongue, In spite of
c fact that the Gaelic league has
'en officially suppressed.
In the library my host said: "Now
r a change. I will show you tomeing
that has been suppressed by the
from a cupboard he brought out a
11 bottle filled with something white
id clear that looked like gin.
"Potheen," he said. "Irish for
oonshinc. Made of potatoes and re
mbling vodka. Do you want to
ste some?" j
I took a alp and liquid flr? ran i
iwn my throat.
"The Irish used to ' manufacture
mmmt There It a Stc
Famous Gold M?
A & P Ceylon __
y2-ib. Pkg., 12-,b- Si
lona Com, No. 2 can 14c , Io:
lona Peas, No. 2 can 14c Io
lona Tomatoes, No. 2 can.. 11c Io
lona Bwlm large can 18c Ml
lona String Bean*. No 2 i
A & P Oats, Pa
l & P Wheat Farina, pkg.25c S)
i A P Yellow Corn Menl, P?
Quaker Hominy Grits 14c Pt
ost Toaatiea 12c Pt
i A P Corn Hakca 10c K<
i A P Sweet, cake ,T
l A P Milk, cake .1
;ed Begins S" 12c !He;n
i the United 5tatc>e=
[ Ibis In their o?n klu lutu t? avoid
the tirliuti nfmuw uu wkkilir? " k<
aid. rim liritiah police, uf course
have triad to .tamp It out. Hut what
could they do?
lit 1811 VOLIIkTKKH "1 Nl i**!."
"Hut Urn Irlata volunteer!, the republicau
police, are alniply uncanny
Y*u can hide nothing from them
After all. they are fartnera' aona and
they know the country. They have
m arly wiped out the *whole Induatry,
They aay to the people: "We are fighting
a revolution. and mm who get
dead diunk on lh%t atuff 'what can
they do for Inland?' If thut appeal
lot m t work tbera are tha republlran
"I auppoa< a number of the potheen
manufacturers have emigrated tc
America with the recipe In theli
pockets expecting to (bake a fortune.'
In the drawing room tha children
ware gathered around tha piano, luatily
ainging a aong with a mllltanl
air. It aounded familiar.
"What la tha If 1 aakad
"That la the Soldier*' Song," re
piled my hoateaa. Hhe healtated a mo
ment. "It la an offenae to aing it
)ust now." ahe aald "Heveral peopl<
have been arrrated for dolitff ao."
l.ater 1 recollected why It waa fu
miliar. 1 remembered that I ha<i
heard the air from the atreet alngeri
HEATED WHISKEY STILL
CAUSES SERIOUS FIR!
AKRON. Sept. 17.?Although a flrt
broke out In her cellar. Mra. Anna
Bolagan, thirty-eight. did not wel
come the firemen. A neighbor. wh<
(Uncovered the blase, railed the ft'-'
laddlea. The Are waa noon put out^
Then the firemen atarted an In
veHtlgation to learn what caused th<
fire. When the firemen left the po
lice arrived. Mra. Holagan waa ar
reated and fined $200 and coata. The
fire waa due, it la claimed, to at
overheated whinkey atlll.
58 $3.25 ? Chester
$3.00 < Wilmington
H AND KKTt'RN
War Tax additional
Sunday, September 26
H SI'BtT.Vl. TRAIN
I,vi. Waahlngton (Union gtatlnnr
Returning. leave* Broad Straet Htm
(Inn 7:26 P M . Weal I'hlladelphla
T H r M , Theater. 1 ;H P
M . Wllmlnston ? 10 P. M
Tleketa on aale Krlday preceding
(4rSimllar Kirnnlon October 14.
November XI and December 19
The right la reaervert to limit the
aale of tickets to tha capacity of
>re in Yoar Neighborhood
S for 33c
na Succotash, No 2 can.. 13c
na Lima Beans, No. 2 can. 12c
na Spinach, larrro can ...22c
xed Vegetable*, for hoop.
No. 2 can Me
k P Baked Beans, can... .10c
lb. 39c pk.
irerlded Wheat 1 .V
ttijohn Break faM FooH...19c
rape-Nut a 17c
tffed Rice 1Ac
if fed Wheat 12<*
fIIork'h Corn Flake* 12c
z Spaghetti ?r"13c
? Tea Co.
NEW ENGLAND'S OLDEST j
WOMAN VOTER IS 105
MANt-HKUTKK. N 11. Bc|?t. IT.? J
Mri. Mary K flk*. of NewOrld.. 100
>rar? old. U the oldrat woman In New
Hanipahlre to raglatrr for tlii> tirlB
Copy rick 1 1920 11a;
give it to you.
filling in the g
signing; the tl
Schaffner & I
luarlaa and le^telleved lo be lha old |
u*t woman voter lu New l.ugland. if 1
not III the country.
Mra I'lke la tha widow of the Kay.
JLiii**s Pike, who waa the Ilepubllcan
candidate for governor In 1171, and
who airved In the Ctuireaa from the
Klrat dlatrict la IMH
9 l'i 1
Jfti, * SM/
JcV fl B i
rt Schaflaci & Mara
EADY and we're read
t the most for your mo
We CAN give you ju
ERY Suit in our stock
;aps here with clothes
ay we're featuring a bi
have priced the
gnize the soft, rich
rics; the clever delOrough-going
perfect trim and
?, as essentially Hart
ies the group at $
)ing of Hart Schafj
oats is ready. Price<
gton Home of Hart Schaffncr
FORMER BARTENDER IS ~
BEST SHOE SALESMAN
NEW TOHK. ? ?>? IT.?An * b?r- ,t,
Imdtr top|<?<l tha ll?t of ?J??nien ?t hm
th? r?c*ut U.000.000 ?ho? ?tm?4 H?
In the <Jm<Td <"?ntr?l Th? an
only thl?l h? ?ver '? ?
jlete Satisfaction Guaranteed or Yi
WITH a Smile and WITHOUT
M J y. ^kJE , ?^?~v I
HI pill fT^xTrfcl y ?HT* j I. >1 I
y to talk about New Auti
ney, of course?and we
st that?the "most for 3
is a Hart Schaffner & N
of obscure origin.
g group of?
her & 1
m conservatively at
In this group at $5
find plenty of Blue
Worsteds with soft fro
roll; no padding; also u
tures, stripes and soli
Brown and Green,
50, our Complete 1
fner & Afarx Suits <
d at $45, $50, $55 to
& Marx Clothes for Men and J
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in.aJJjr U I in* t. Hto la aaltI
ikixt VM tk* MM M vkw to
>re u tproo.
K? ha dldn t Iimw wrtklof afcoui
1 la. all ha a*)d >u, -What'll you
??r and than ha want and got It
i aold mora ahoaa that way thaa
y of tha othar hundrad or ao aalrain.
onr Money '
i're ready to
/our money" i
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