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Now is the Time for
Your June Wedding Cakes.
Send us your orders early. We make a specially of them.
.I They are nioely decocated and of the best quality. Besides we
3 are prepared to serve house part es with the b:st of cakes and
|J pastry. Come and see our stock. Fresh baked every day.
I
-Steinle's
Famous Ice Cream
Our season for ICE CREAM has now fully opmed, and we
are ready to accommodate you at our parlors or receive your
orders to be sent to your homes at short notice.
Picnics, Receptions
and Home Parties
-will be promptly furnished. Renumber, our cream is pur
chased from the best dairies in New Castle County, and real good
ice cream can be made only from rich cream, produced from our
fertie farm; nearby Wilmington, and not from milk, which is so
often used.
Frederick Steinle,
7th and King Sts.
Both Phones
ON TOP AGAIN.
Jack Frost Icc
THE
PEOPLE'S
FRIEND
NO MORE HIGH PRICES
Nature Makes Better Ice Than
You Can Manufacture.
It will keep your box colder and dryer. Pure ice can only
be made from pure water. Our reservoir dams are located at
Icedale, Penna., at the head of the Brandywine. It is supplied
by springs w.thin a radius of three miles.. Positively no
pollution above it
Our ice is dean, bright, hard, pure, and more durable
than any other.
We have the largest organization in the city, consequently
can assure you a better service. We have purchased the prop
erty of Rhoades & Healy, at 14th and Scott Streets, and have
established an office and delivery station for the benefit of our
west side trade. ,-4T "Ml
Consumers' Ice & Coal Co.
Telephone your orders to our
Branch Office,
14th and Scott Streets.
D. & A. 'Phone 1C.
Dçlmarvla 'Phojie
HH
Main Office,
2nd and King Streets.
D. & A. 'Phone 5200-5201.
Dolmarvta *Phono 16X6-1674.
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June Coal Prices:
■ I f BROKEN I
Ardara i # $7 - 00
I PEA, - - $5,25 per ton
Discount for payment within ten days after date of delivery,
Fifty (50) cents per ton.
per
ton
J Qe
W. Bush & Sons Co.
A
V/,
Foot of French Street.
I
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Comfort for
Hot Weather
The weather prophets predict there will be no
spring this year. We will jump from cold
weather ditectly into ihe hot season. Have
you prepared yourself for the use of Electric
Fans ? Do not wait until the hot weather is
actually here. One hot day in your store
without the relief afforded by Electric Fans
will cost you, in lost trade, considerably more
than the fans first cost. There are many sizes
and varieties.
Would You Like to Know the Cost ?
___
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The
Wilmington
City
Electric Co
■5
^}Q5.2I West Fifth St
—Atones, 1026
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READ THE EVENING JOURNAL
1
A Woman's
Approval
DO YOU NEED?
Lawn Mowers?
Garbage Cans?
Ice Cream Freezer»?
Croquet Sets?
Hammocks ?
Fly Wire?
Poultry Wire?
Cellar Wire?
Rubber Hose?
Lawn Sprinklers?
Alfred D. Peoples,
507 Market St.
II
Bâbyik-Vükih
The bat y sdell- -a r~
„Ute sklu can bo
kept beautifully fair,
p »oft, »mw.Ill and free from '
blotches, pint pie», oeremo, sores 1
arid every sUJn 0(0*; Hon by the uaeof
H£ISK£LLS
Ointment
moUMrteraywlwr« h»T* nMd It for
hall it rnutury with unf*il»iuc r»uh* hoi>
kftU'tÄonp perfect forth* «km. AMnurmru,
.Hutment wv*. send forte«»ltnDnn%ls.
» joHtsruv holluwai * to., rMiuuipki*.
Q.
Established 13 years, 11 months.
DLLAWARL HOSPITAL
Nurses, Engineers, Firemen, Fore
men and Professors cured of
— GRUMBLING —
Had their watches repaired by Billy,
The Professor, at Jeweler
WRIGHT'S
220 King St.
Take No Other.
You Need It.
-Kill-Kill
Bug' Destroyer
Try a Bottle, 10 cents.
Sold by
All Grocers
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup !
Has been used for over sixty-five years by
millions of mothers for their children
whlh» teething wiGi perfect succès» H
soothes the child, softens the gums, alia»»
till pain; cures wind code, and Is the best
HdhUfly for diarrhoea. Sold by drugg.sts
In otury patt of the world. Bo sure and
w Ä w Ä„r' VJ«.».:;
cvnU n bottle. UuamnM under the F cod
«ncl Druus Act, June 39th. 1909. 8erlai
ANOU> AND WELL TRIED REMEDY.
Wi mington's Silk Store
Dress Silks and Ribbons
Have you seen our Spring Silks.
Black Taffeta. China Silks, and Sum
mer Silks?
211 West Seventh Street
D. & A. Phono 5609.
MEHANtiWOMEh.
Bi* « i or unnatural
d I«*-bar R»*. inflammation«,
irnt-itlonn or titoeratioba
ncoti« membraa-r.
Paining«, and not aatrin
recur.*
In t U k
Sr
< •
•I p. t to •irleturt.
I.
TCvWftvPUCHtS W.ClI. grill or rel-eSous.
" Sold by DracvlitC,
or «nnt if. plait, wrapr««,
&y PKprn««. p,*paid. fof
• 1 00. or i bottlna $2.75.
Circular «eut «B WMIfi
CINCINNATI,!)
X C.LA.
!
I
NOTHING
for Installation
A low monthly rental
for the service is the
Bell Telephone plan.
Telephone to-day
for details.
J. H.
Msbsffey
District
Mgr.
(■th and
Shipley
, «tree ta.
51
PRODUCE QUOTATIONS
Reported by Thomas N. Stayton at 1
o'clock this afternoon are:
Sc-15o
.15.'io—».),80 [
Strawberries ..... ..
Tomatoes, crate .
Cucumbers, basket .
Pineapples, emte .
Apples, barrel ..
Lemon, box .
Cranges. California, box . »3.75—»1.75
Potatoes, barrel .
Potatoes, bushel .
Cabbage, barrel .
Onions, ora-te.
Asparagus, dozen.
Lettuce, dozen . .
Kale, bann .
Spinach, barrel .
Peas, basket ...
.»2.7a — »3 .1 0 j
.j3.2S-4t.5i !
V, <m-»T«0
.. '
..tt . «-»vJû
»3.1/1
I
.— »-'■ 25 j
..lie-Sc
.. » 1.00
. «2.Ä4 >12
i
.60c—75c
..SOc
. .»1 So—St 75
.He—iso
.*1 25 *2.'i
...18c
Eggs. Del. and Md.. dosen .
utpnfcsns, live .
(MOVEMENT TO
DEFEAT BRYAN
Plan to have Favorite Son
Candidates In Difierent
States
GI.EVELANÜ HAS
NO PART IN SCHEME
WASHINGTON, June 4.—Democrat. |
lo leaders in various
parts of
the !
country with anti-Bryan leanings evi-i
rtently believe that there is a t ..
« ,, l ty c^.^ m ' rMl , t,n '. 1 L hc / eb j;" kHn 1
as a contender lor the Presidential ,
nomination next year. The talk of
beating Bryan in the convention by !
organising a favorite-son boom Is giv
ing encouragement to a number i»f I
prominent Democrat, with Presidential
aspirations, so that todày it looks as
though there might be an keen a »trug
gle for the nomination us there
In 1*96.
wan
Democrats believe that If Bryan I»
to be sidetracked' it will
through a consolidation of all element«
against him. Nobody ncrlously thinks
that the peerless leader will volun
tarily remove himself irmn the race
Bryan was once «Rioted ns saying that
ha would not run If Roosevelt were to
be renominated, but ho has since de
nied this In the Commoner.
Conservative Democrats and others
who have tired of the "rule of Bryan"
are getting together for the purpose of
rendering his nomination for the third
time impossible.
To Use Cleveland's Name
There Is more in the movement to
day to down Brvan than at any time
since he assumed the leadership of his
nly bo
party. Half a doacn or more well*.
known Democratic figure» are being
sufficient votes In the convention to
quietly boomed for the nomination. If
tho favorite-son movement gathers
beat Bryan by consnlklntlng on an
available man this will be done It
may be stated on the best authority
that efforts have been made In the
past three weeks to Induce « î rovr
Cleveland to consent to the use of hla
name as a candidate.
Many New York Interests, both Re
publican and Democratic, have urged
Cleveland lo lead a fight for "onfe and
sane" Democracy. The overtures were
flatly turned down. The same elements
have since turned their attention to
Judge Gray of Delaware, who Is a
conservative of the advanced type.
Gray would gel the support of the
large financial Interests against any
candfdale that Roosevelt might name,
and would also get many Republican
votes at the polls. Judge Hannon of
Ohio Is another possibility of much the
same type. The fact that his home is
nearer the geographical centre of the
country gives to Harmon a slightly
better chance for the prize than Gray
has. . >
Want an Aggressive Refermer
The probabilities are. however, that
the convention will demand the nomi
nation of an aggresoive oandldata wltt|
a record as a reformer. This seems to
be the type Hint appeals strongest to
the voters these «lays. In this event,
Governor Folk of Missouri nnd Gover
nor Johnson- of .Minnesota would come
to the front. Folk 1ms «lone something
In Missouri In the way of getting rid
of grafters and boodlers. In the opin
ion of some of the big men of the party
he has not lh the last two years de
veloped as he gave early promise of
doing. Johnson ha's a «no record as
a reformer also and would be a tower
of strength to the ticket In the north
west, where It has been «MlMSCHy
weak In recent Presidential contests.
If the cry for a Southern man should
be answered !n the Convention. Bena
t Culberson of Texas would likely
. _ „ _ _
* H> nominee. Some influential con
»creative Interests of
iiupk of Culberson. He probably has
.-est «* « ny «< th«
possibilities, and perhaps the only or
ganlsation. Ex-Governor Francis of
Missouri la spoken " "^thcr ellK
Ible. Unless there should be an un
expected turn to Bryan in the next
few months, there promises to bo a
bitter light for the Democratic nomi
nation next year, with the entire field
against the Nebraskan.
the East are
HINTS FOR FARMERS
The people of Texas, says th» Gal
veston News, are fast disposing of
their "scrub" chickens, geese and tur
keys, and In their stead are raising
the finest and best breed* of the purer
strains,
more
kind, be It chicken, turkey, cow, horse
or hog, than It does to raise those ot
Inferior breeds, and that the returns
are far more satisfactory. There are
very few farmers who are not displac
ing the "scrubs" with the later and
best breeds.
The products of the poultry yard
during the hist year, according to the
report of the Secretary of Agriculture.
were worth »500,000.000. while the wheat
was worth only 3lj0.00o,00«i. pota.
They realize tuat It costs no
to raise a thoroughbred of any
crop
toes 2150.900.W) and oats »300.000.0ixi.
And the best of It Is that those pro
ducts—poultry an«l eggs are always
In demand; they are staple and bring
the cash. Only a day or so n^o spring
chickens (fryers)
dozen, according to the statement of a
restaurant keeper who has occasion
to know, and he said there were non.
to be had at that price. The News has
received many articles from farmers
and their wives which show that dur
ing the last year thetr poultry and
had brought them from »100 to
»300— enough to pay all the expenses
of supplying their homes with the ne
cessaries of life that they could not
false on the farm and many of the
luxuries
were worth $6 a
eggs
of the house, not only
If the mat)
the farmer, but men In other calling»
as well, will only give a small part of
,,Is ,i,ne to a* s, > R ' tn - ,hp * 0<H, ' voman
in preparing for nn.l taking care of
— nirM |p R t little hen, he will find that
it Is probably the mom remunerative
effort he ba» made, while the capital
required for the work I» comparatively
. Aside iront the financial f«'ti
ttir«', of the business, it Is a pleasure
•> entra red In this work. A ft «»cl;
of beautiful chicks«» I» admired even
always on the
tn
by artist», ffho nr«<
lookout for the beautiful.
I
Following the natural appetite, stock
take little »alt at a time tf it can be
hart at will. When one undertakes to
put a large man's handful Into a cow s
meal ra tion It Is cruelty and even ar
TAILORING
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W .Howard Dunbar,
MERCHANT TA1L0»,
4o5 Shipley Street.
t
Wilmington, Del.
The Latest Styles in
Spring and Summer Wear.
M.-GINLKY HOTEL. IWIo Avenue «Mi
p, " r "
j McGINLE.Y
_
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— „ SI . .
™ cV? ^mp-Mles 'n"am.nmîi
ATLANTIC CITY.
MORTGAGE BROKERS.
to »ult. HAWKINS * CO. 712 Market Bt.
„ " "" " , '
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
WM, E. WILLIAMS CO..
106 W. Tenth »I. Rooting. Spouting and
Heating. Metal and composition rooting
Hot Air lu-»tlng and ventilating. Repair
ing promptly done. Phones.
JOS. F. MORELAND
Tin, Slag, Plastic Roofer
Office 515 Orange Street
Oelmarvia, 2023.
Leaky tin roofs coated at on« cent a
s«iuare font. Uuaruntced water-tight
for 5 years.
«IB-ly
D. & A., 364.
A'\ y Court of New
PROPOSALS
PROPOSA 1.8- The
Caatlc county will reeclvu bld» lor «all or
any part uf tllo.ono County Highway lui
provciuent Gold Bond», tint I 12 o'ohck
noon. June 1H, IW7. hild bond» arc enunm«
In form and beti Isttfeil il Um w ■ ol
foui and onc-lia.f jh r centum per aiurnn.
ind art • tho denomination "i H6U0 • n h.
Ten of ntd bonds fail »i u la « » * h of rha
ye.il» 192ti. mi, U»JH. I'J-J and UHM; and IU
toeii of raid Fond» fall «lu«* In bach ol the
y» ara 1931. 1931'. 1833 »ml D34.
Hid» muM. b«* in strict accmlance w.ih
circular advertl»cment, which will be aup
yléid on a mil U n;1on to H. I*. Townsend,
Jr., County Attorney, or to the under
signed.
By order Levy Court of New Cshi!«
C. CANRV HOPKINH,
Finance Committee l»?vy
J4-G-,H-UMM4
County.
Chan man
Court, Wilmington, Del.
NOTICE OF HALE OK ISO,«» 4 PER
CENT. BONDS,
Beoh'd hid» will be received by |h«' un
dersigned, State Treasurer uf Uu' State
of Delaware, at his olltce In tkrver. Del
aware. until 1 p. in. of Tuesday. June Uth,
I!»i7, for the purchase of «II or any part
of $29.009 Stub' of Delaware tsuids, known
Loan of 19u7, under «lau« of July t»i.
1907. being un Irsue authorized by set of
General Assembly and approve«! March
29th. 11107. for the purpose of ohlalnlng
funds for payment «ml equipment «>f u
farm for experimental purposes In the In
terest of ngrieulturo.
Each bhl must be on blank furnished
by the Stale Treasurer, which will be s«-m
upon application. Further diwiied lafor
matlon will be given upon application to
the undersigned.
THUS. N RAWLINS.
Slate Tr«-u»uier.
J4-U
Shepherd M Joseph
announces to the publie tnut he repro
sent» th« well-known firm of
J. B. VanScivcr Co.,
of Camden. N. J.
Dealers in
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
Bedding, etc.
Wilimngton Office: 919 Tatnsll Street.
D. Sl A. Telephone 2850.
bltrarlly to place a tablespoonful twice
dally on a cow's feed 1» likely to over
tax the kidneys by unduo irritation.
Better place lump salt where cows
can roach it at least once a day or cut
off six Inches of a nail keg and fill with
sack salt to be licked as wanted.
Many feeders are also overdoing the
feeding of other rations and animals
do not clean out their mangers. If
one head will eat 18 pounds of hay and
20 pounds are given It Is always in
different. But If only 17 pounds are fed
the entire ration Is eaten and the next
feeding time Is an event of Interest to
the herd.
Fine chaff In fed boxes will he eat?n
with zest tf other salt Is withheld, and
when the animals have eaten all they
will pass along and give each one a
large thimbleful of line salt, scattered
to include each corner of the feed box,
ySPrSTOTTHEEL. 527 feg
■ fOirblUitrlpn.i. Pt». "F.U n« I.tsrhcr Anrt." Only
^ A» man H|m eUlUl in Amr-rir*. (iunnuilor* to rnr*ab«Ny
Alm mail Prl.al* Ukrien, Kirfnrs Aimera. U «"ihnm ■**-.
I X jlf* Il Dm« I'. .:*«■, f «ilhrra ran*t( Nrr««u' DrMiliy, Lmi
Raa boa», Innnpr, VarlMr«-!*. * »trlrlnrr, (no rulllng . ladt»
«rlnpmMita » Sbrnnbr« Orrans WjAtS |)l.e««r» A l>l-.f.
I.DMR Unlit. Area« raara n.rr« In 4 I« IQ4>?s »«Nrr.fa i»*».
4 1 TW»* prnrtlral »nrf ö yrare* himnltal «tprrl
ruwy. tan« fertwnrn Trat i nun la I« it ''Bool,."
Main« «*rry nun \tj h rlty, »»«Ural «■«! -Irrfrir aH«crii.inr
Ir—«. fWrswy gnamw»rr«| Iw ali —m, Immrdln*» rrjhrf,
I
Ulla«U.»S'
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OR. CHARLES
FLESH
FOOD
THE
GREAT
BEAUTIFIER
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This Is the only
preparation known
! to medical science
V that CREATES
» GOOD. FIRM,
HKAUTHV PI.KS11
and clean the com
testen of every blemish, such a. pimples,
lackheads, elc.. without Internal medicine,
or REMOVING WRINKLE*». It » without
an eoual.

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FOR DEVELOPING THE BUST
*r restoring a wanted brrsM lost through
nursing or sickness, making THIN CHEEKS
rt-l'MPsnd tilling the hollow» ol a scrawny
seek, there Is no other preparation In the
world that has
Sold by Oruectst* end Department Store*
r compamon
»very where.
The tegular price
of Dr. Cherlc*
piesli Hood la 1100 a box. but to Introduce it
Iniu thousands of »rw lionie^ fl% proprietor«
bave decided to *rtid two ('• boxe» to aft who
tn«vrer th»* adverusement and send them one
doll.ir. All package* are *cut in plain wrap
per. postage prepaid.
SPECIAL OFFER
A «ample bo*. Ju*t enough to
convince you of the great merit
•f Dr. Charlea Fteah Food. Will be i»en| free
fbr ten cent*, which pay* tot coal of mailing
We will also «end our illustrated liook. The
Art cf Massage.** which contains all the
•roper movement« for managing the fi»ce.
leek and arm*, and full dircctiona for devcl
yplnj the bust. Address
FREE
Bu Chirk» Ci. IBS fniton Si.. Hi« lift.
k
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
WANTED—A cook. Apply Homo for
Incurs Mm, Union HI and l/ovcrtng Ave.
J4-3S _
WANTED—A younK vornan to analst
with tho ««arc of
perlencc. Hill Wash ngton Ht
WANTED—Hon»« maid uml waitress to
no to Weal Virginia. Telcph )■« M A.
Jl-JH
•hlld. Muwt hav« ex
J*2t
GIRLS—Hosiery Knitter»,
WANTKD.
Hosiery tooperi, Hosiery Mend*»r». H«
Igry Hoarders. Steady work and good pH y
the year round. In tho fluent mill In the
city. Delaware lloMory, Mfg. Co., F.f
ttenth and Walnut 81«.
m 1 It
HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED—Strong young man to wash
bottles, bottle beer, drive wagon and do
general work. English -»peu kin g Italian
preferred. Apply U. W. Lynch A Co., 4th
and Madison St». J3-tf
WANTED A boy about 15 for hardware
»tore. 222 W. Second St.
j:i-lt
WANTED—Manager for branch offl« u
wish to locate here In Wilmington.
The Morris
we
Aildross, with reference.
Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio.
24-lm.
BOARDERS WANTED
WANTED—Pour gentlemen boarders
also msn nnd wife, ul»o table board« r».
224 W. Ninth street. iniö-tm
WANTKD—Boarders, homo com tort s, M
per week. 213 West street.
iiib-liu
LOST AND FOUND.
LOHT— Wllmlng'ion Savings Kund bank
tsiok. No, 114,1115 made ont In name of
Mary Springer. New book has been np
plio.i for. 34-11-13
IjOST - A Rolil brcantpln with a Hham
revk In tin* cfiilrr. Mhiib Fifth anti
Market and Front and Markör Htn »*n trol
l«>* ear. Finder pi«««*» return to Mre. Mr
« »ouan. iff» E. Front 81., or Kvvnin* Jour
nal Office. J3*Ut
WANTED
paid for o d
WANTKI*--Highest prie
Void and ilhrfr, broken Ji welry. M HAH*
BI8, tJH Market 81
33-ly
WANTKD-.Tp buy small place in onn
vi'nlent to trolley or train Ad
rosostced
try. c
dross. H. J.. Journal Office
PATENT ATTORNEYS
H. 8 . bREWINOTON k SON. idoUoltora
of American ami Foreign Patou*a. Trade
Mark», »»ml Copyrlphl». 7TT-T19 Hijnltable
llhlg., iJaUimim*. Md.
til i-ltn
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms.
loners. Apply 814 King St.
all
J4
FOR RKNT-#Apartment. 4 rooms and
bath, hot wwler hcNtt, poMüBslon after
June* 29. Call D At A. Phone be
tween « a. m. and 7 p. m.
ji-si
FOR RENT—Comfortable rooms for
gentlemen lodgers with «>r without mmnl.
1920 Til than sti'èet. m»t-if
FOR RENT—Furnished front rooms. 501
W. Sixth »irret. m:M-lw^
FOR RENT—Rooms, with board. 1119
Market St.
FOR RENT—Front rooms, turnisaad,
with use of bath. MB East Seventh at.
a29-tf
GIRARD— M. 807 and "09 Race st. Phils,
delplila. Rooms, 2(. $5, $0c. Gentleman only
m28-ly
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BUSINESS CARDS
\f ESSINGER'S
STORAGE HOUSE.
614 CHRISTIANA STREET,
Office, 6 h West Front Street
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EW TURKISH BATHS, 815 SHIPLEY
»treat Open night and day. Prit», It.
m81-lm
N
LOOK!.
LOOK!
WhK' washer, carpel Henning, e.c. See
WALTER B. REDDING, 81« King street.
TXKIK'
Leave order» on »late.
■ u2J-i «d Ini
If you want good painting done, call on
Painter and G ruiner
, 101 Weil 25th »t
„ Estimates cheerfully given.
«0 ready-mixed paint used in any work.
Inside work a specialty. D. & A. plnmes
»12-lf
JOHN i. McCUE
'
CHIROPODISTS
your or handn
to ha
truatpil. Ö4»* HlmpBon (*3 ytapi'
bXXM rlt n< • I v i>: 0hlpl< y ati m i.
SOc
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REPAIR WORK
LAWN MOWERS sharpened, lubber
tires for baby coaches, wringers and csr
pet sweepers repaired. JOHN T. SCH
WEIZER 625 West Front St. Both
mt- 8 m
phones.
FOR BALK—Almost new upright piano,
Dukcr Bros . must b. »old. 4n7 W Slxih
FOR SALE.
J.J-.O
Sl
FOR SALE—An English perambulator,
In good condition. Apply 910 W. Twenty
. 12 - 2 !
FOR SALE—An elegant upright piano,
almost new: will sell cheap for cuau. L.
M. Elberson. 2H W. Eighth 8t. Jl Jt
second 8i.
FOR SALK—Visible Typewriter, nearly
new. also »econd-hsnd No. 7 Remingifn,
splendid condition. Address D. K. 1)..
Box
319. *
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FOR SALE—Tho finely equipped print
Ing plant of The John M Rogers Pre-S
at Wilmington, Delawur«', Including the
large brick building.' planned «»pcc'a.ly
foi the business, and containing all Ga«
necessary machinery and tools. Including
four Hoe presses; one Mlehle preve; (Ind.
motor:! iwe universal Jobbers; one book
binder Standing Press; Die Press, Pap«r
Cutter; two stitching machines; stereo
type outtit; full line of Job type; extra,
large amount of body type; boiler, engine,
shafting, pulleys, et«% Immediate passe«
Von will be given, and plant la In condi
tion to start Immediately.
CHARLES C. KURTZ,
1011 Market »'.reet.
Wilmington, Delaware.
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FOIl SAI»K-N. w rubber-*lr*d, n
od muTpy. Will mrtl at wir rifle« price. Crll
at William W. l»avl«*. Third and Walnut
in i St
kUwtH.
FOR SALE—Ia>t of paper-covered nov
els, slightly used, best authors; your
choice, 5c a book. Address Novels, Even
ing Journal.
m.kMil
FOR 8AI-R—Hlghest prices paid for aec
Kvpr>'thli»| sold
good na new.
ond-hk'i tided furniture,
reasonably. One org:in.
Charles H. Hurtock. Sev enth « tld Poplar
inJT-fim
Sts.
FOR SALE-REMNANTS
AT THE REMNANT STORE
Fine Woolen. Linen and Cotton Dross
Goods Remnants.
JOHN F. THOMAS.
«« King Street
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT.
FOR RENT
Two new houses, weit side, also
1211 King St, 9 rooms. S30.00
714 Poplar St., 9 rooms. $2 I Ï.0D
A B STAYTON.
707 Shipley Street.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
FOR SALE
Nice large lot, 29x150 and 28*54, at
the N. W. Cor. ISth
and Claymont
street, with »lire, and house.
sold to close an estate.
Must be
E. C. DAVIES.
1317 Clayton Street.
FOR SALE—Property 0» Madison 9t~
excellent biudn-n» location; alf*» lot on
Eighth avenu«. Apply S. JOURDAN, ttrfl
Washington Sf. mU-lm
ron KENT
DWELLING,
!>25 Vundever ave., » ion in» and bath JU 00
U14 E. 131 h 81.. 7 morns and huh »12.00
STORE.
Thirteenth nnrt West Sts
Tenth and Rennet! Sts ...
Apply
, 110.00
. ,110.00
WILMINGTON TRUST CO.
915 Market St.
NOTICES.
NOTICE—I will pay no hills whatever
unies» contracted by myself In person Dr
William K Sherwood m29-tf
PAPER HANGING
EOU PAPER HANGING l'ail at 507 W.
THE WILMINGTON WALLPAPE^
House..TOR Orange st.. will paper room
for »2.50 up On all bills lets than 110 a
discount « *f 5 per cent, will bo allow«!
On all bills of »10 or more, a discount ol
10 per cent, will be allowed. Satisfaction
guaranteed on sll work.
Fifth »«reel. Wm. Korbes.
3
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HARRY X. DOUD, DEALER
11 in WALL PAPER 708 King
street, Wilmington, Del.
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CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS.
■ WAHNER" s. 1,lims
C arpenter nnd putldsr.
Jobbing u specially. G fried and shop, 604
Orange straal. D. & A. 'oben«.
REGISTER'S ORDERS.
REGISTER S ORDER.
Offlie of the Register pf Wills,
l,VW Oh silo fVz. Del,, May 16th, 1907.
Upon lh'- nppliinatfon Vjf Wilmington
Trust Co.. Executor of Marla C. Hart
man. late of Wilmington Hundered In said
county. rte«e»eed. It la ordered and dlrert
cd by the Register of IV11 In that the > xecu
l«>r aforesaid give police of granting of
Letteis T'-sianieplafT Upon thu «tstaie of
lh« deceased, \v|ih lh- date ol granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to be
posted within turty days from the data
of such Letters In six of the most nubllo
Ä .of the County of Jiez Castle, re
■ K all p-rzons Irrem« demands
against the ektAle to present the sums
or abide by an set nf Assecnbly In such
case mado and provided; and also causa
lh- some to be Inserted within the same
period In The Evening Journal, a news
paper published In W ilmington. Del., and
to be continued therein thraa week«
(e.o.d.) ■ ■ -
Gtvdn umf-r the hand «nd »«vil
of office of the Register of Wills
aforesaid, at Wilmington, In New
(SEAL) t'aetle county aforesaid, the dsy
and year above written.
FRANCIS M. WALKER,
Register of Wills.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given «hat Leiters Tes
tamentury wer« In duo form of law
granted unto tho undersigned, on th«
Sixteenth day of May, A. D., 1S07, md
that nil persona having clalma against lha
entile «'f the deceased must present tha
same, duly «Rested, to the said Executor,'
on or N'fovo the Slxiesnth day of May.
A. D.. I'JUX, or »bids the Act of Assembly
in such rase made und provided.
WILMINGTON TRUST CO..
Executor.
Address. Wilmington Trust Co.. Wilming
ton. Del, , ■
FOB RENT— 1 Two large oeeond-story
«nnimUnUsttln* from room*, one to rn
furnished. With gns, hath, heat and phone.
71S West Eighth Sl„ D. and A phone 351A
m23-t-t-».
mI6-9t-e«d
REGISTER S UBDEIt.
Office of th'- Register of Wills,
New Uastle Co., Di l., May 16th. 19, ft.
Upon the application of Wilmington
Trii»l Co.. Adnilnlotratur, pendente hie,
of Samuel l ». Forbes, late of Wllmiaglua
Hundred, In said county, deceased. It Is
ordere«! and directed 1 byH
talar of Wills that the
trator afnraa iitd give noil." of grantlna
of Letters of Administrât ion upon the es
lalo of the deceased, with Ihn date ot
granting thereof, by causing advents*,
ineni» tu be posted within forty days fr««ra
the dale of auen Letters In six of tha
most publia places of the county of New
Castle, requiring all persona having de
mands against ihe eatate to present th«
same, or abide by an aet of .«»«enibly In
such rase mad« and provided; and also
cause the same to be Inserted within the
same period In Tbe Evening Journal, a
newspaper published In Wilmington Del.,
end lo bo continued therein three week«
(e.o.d.)
ths Rpg
Admln'.a
Given undor the band and seal
of Office ot the Register of Will»
aforesaid, at Wilmington, In New
(SEAL) Castle county aforesaid, the day
and year above written.
FRANCIS M. WALKER
Register ot Wills.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Letters of
Administration were In due form of law
gl inted unto the undersigned, on the Six
teenth day of May, A. D , 1907, and that.
all persons having clalma against the es-l
tale of the decease« must present the
. duly attested, to th" said Adminis
trator. on or before the Sixteenth day of
May. 190.S, or abide the Act Of Assembly,
in such case made a.nd provided
WILMINGTON TRUST CO..
Administrator, pendente Ute.
Address. Wilmington Trust Co.. Wllmlng»
ton. PH.
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PUBLIC SALES
PUBLIC SALE
Will sell at public sale at form, near
Practical Farmer, on
FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 1997. at 1.30 o'clock.
30 heart of fresh rows and snringera. A
few stock bulls and a few shoads The
caws sre flrsi-dlase and w«'re selected for
this sale In Maryland. «0 days' rredlt.
QBO. 8. BIGGER.
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Stidham A Son, Auc.
PUBIJC SALE.
Public sale of farm by authority and"*''
under tho terms of tbe will ot John Hid
dle, deceased, late of the hundred and
county of New Cnbtle, Slate Of Delaware,
Will be exiHised to sale at public vendue^
ON WEDNESDAY. JUNK 12. IW,
At 2 o'clock, p. m. at Porter Station.
All that certain farm, plantation ant)
tract of land, situate In the hundred and
county «tf New «'astle. State of Delaware,
about one-half a mile from Red Lion on
the road lending from Red Lion to the
Now Castle nnd French town Turnolk ■ and
about one nnd one-half miles from Porter
Station and from Rear Station. Contain
ing 125 R«res of high land. Including a
woodleaf of about 15 acres. Alt of the
cleared land is In a high state of culti
vation. There are no marshes or low
lands, together with a dwelling house and
out building, which indud«' » very largo
new modern combination barn.
Will positively be »old to the highest
bidder Term» will be made known i.rt
the day of sale by WALTER E BIDDLE.
Executor, or by his aitbrnsy. WILLIAM
H. COOPER. JB,
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