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TRANSPORTATION
BUSH LINE
FYel^bt received for all points, given
personal attention, and forwarded
promptly at lowest rates and by beet
routes. _ , t
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adelphia at 6.00 p. m. dally. Sunday ex
cepted.
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DELAWARE. HOSPITAL
Nuraea, Engineers, Firemen, For*,
men and Professors cured of
— GRUMBLING —
Had their watches repaired by Billy,
The Professor, at Jeweler
WRIGHT'S
220 Kins St
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we saw
c\T" f 'n u \ on H hls jo r oy
iront the City of Destruction, and we
now come to the first difficulty he
D.^md n h Th r T\ , th0 , Slou * h . ° f
Despond. The Scripture lesson given
tis seems especially pertinent to the
r* «« r ily ,*rr tho
^.iter of the Psalms selected knew
what it was to be deep in the Slough
Of Despond and knew also that God
Ms tl^e one true help that could deliver
,nir *
This eeetlop of Pilgrim's Progress
wfllch this topic covers Is not a long
one. extending only from "Now I saw
In my dreams that just as they had
ended this talk" to "And thus much
CHRISTIAN
ENDEAVOR NEWS
Topic, Feb. 21.
Pilgrim's Progress
S8 c'e»- II. The Slough of Despond. Ps.
,69: 1-4, 13-18; 40: 1-3,
NOTES ON THE TOPIC.
By Charles F. Eastman.
We have for our topic this week the
kfleond of the monthly Pilgrim's Pro
Lust month
gross series.
concerning PHablo."
'.he Endeavor loaders of this meeting
will not fall to have all of this section
It is hoped that
read. The most ir.terstins way to do
this 1» to have the parts read, or
memorized and given without the book,
by three different endeavorers, one tak
ing tho f>art of Pliable, one of Chris
tian, and one of Help, the leader tak
ing the narrative portions, and the
othcre, who will stand before the so
ciety. coming in promptly at the proper
places. This will require a little prac
tice, but will be well worth the trouble.
In cur first lesson of this series we
saw Obstinate and Pliable trying to
discourage Christian from bis new
course, which ended with Pliable be
ing persrtided to take the journey with
him. The tople of conversation be
tween them as they journeyed together
lr ha iw a »d joyous, for they talk of
glnnes of Heaven with Its
Earment ''' ,ta
| ts SliMerlng erow nt. The> wer talk
<>t future glory than of P res
»"* & , n f, I" «nrequencetheyboth
fo^nly M\ into the Plough of
Deepond.
This second scene in the story is ccr
lalnly true to life. The young Chris
Hah rtarta out pith high ideals and
lofty hopes, but "being heedless," as
R „ 1 lt> he flnrt8 hlmsPlf be .
Item, he realizes It In the bog of de
spendency, that miry place which Is
always ready for anyone who enters
How many young
Christian« have railed just herd Start
Ing out with their happy thoughts and |
their high alms, they suddenly And .
themselves in doiibt, dlseouragement i
Satan fights some of
his hardest battles with the Christian
just at the start
that we bo alert, watchful, and humbly
dependent on God - « wisdom and guid
How necessary that we heed
the .Saviour's words. "Watch and pray,
that ye enter not Into temptation "
But see what a test of character thio
some noble path.
and m ""' ry
How necessary
finer*.
Both Pliable and
difficulty proves.
Christian have tut- same fall, and of •
the two Christian seemn to fare the
worst, for by reason of his burden, his
consciousness of tin, he seems to sink
P'"'!«"' Intrt despondency.
Rut nil the time be does not lose hope.
but keeps struggling towards the side
nearest the Wickri Gate, while Pliable,
angry and offended by this sudden de
scent from crowns end harps and daz
I »ling glory of which they have been
J speaking, pulls himself out at the side
! from which he fell in, the side nearest
his home, and the away he gpes back
lo the City of Destruction. And here
we see the test of the true Christian.
I We all have our Bloughs of Despond,
but cne will get out of It at the for
ward side and the other at the back
»««■•ft " d thar make9 a " the dlf '
lOrOHCe IH llte.
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It iS f>QS\ enough to De pleasant
When life flows by like a song;
nut the man wor( „ wh , le l8 the one
who will smile
I is the smile that shines through
tears. .
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When nothing tempts >uu to stray,
I When without o, within no voice of |
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When everything goes 'dead wrong
For the test of the heart is trouble
And it always comes with the years,
Ana the smile tha.t [B worth the praises |
oarfli
Sin
Is luring your soul away.
But It's only a negative virtue
Until It Is tried by Are;
And the life that Is worth the honor of
earth
Is the one that resists desire.
When the Pilgrim has dong his best
j and cannot by bln own strength get
j out of the mire, then comes Help and
1 tays. "Give me thv hand." This kind
Read
messenger comes from Christ,
flow Paul was thus delivered from the
Slough of Despond (II Cor. 12; 8-9).
Çne of the first questions Help asked
of Christian was, why did he not look
for the steps watch had been placed
by the Lawgiver through the midst of
the Slough. What a natural ques
tion. Surely the loving Heavenly
Father would not allow' a swamp In the
path of his children without placing
steps across It. These steps are, God's
promises, God's commands, God's love,
communier, with Him. and service for
Him and our fellow men. These will
cany us over any Slough. How neces
sary that we pray and read the Bible
every day, that we may always be able
to find theee steps when needed.
And don't forget that last step, ser
vice. The Pliables who fall are usually
those whose religion Is merely what
somebody has told them, without
foundation on God's word or experi
ence In Christian living and serving.
"Whenever you are feeling blue
Something for someone else go do."
Most Christians are liable to have
times of despondency, or as we com
monly call It, tha blues. Remember
that the best way out of the Slough of
Despond Is to help someone else out.
This swamp Is different from others.
You may be sinking Into deepest mire,
but give a helping hand to someone
at your side and you will find it is
helping you out as well. The more
thar we help others bear their burdens,
tho lighter ours will be. "To ease
another's heartache is to forget one's
own."
Christian Endeavor News.
The measuring codai held at East
lako Presbyterian Church last Monday
evening, for the benefit of our City
Union, proved to be a very enjoyable
affair, and was a decided success both
socially und financially. The. program
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Cornicide
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Cures Corns and
Callous Places.
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All Drug Stores
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rendered was very pleating, and the
hearty eruores tc many of the man
^ud.ence' fle The foU "ï
audience. The following persons took
part In the entertainment;
Vocal duet Messrs. Norton and:
Hope: recitation. •■Marguerite," Miss
Alva Lynch: vocal duct. Messrs.
Wv" Hunted rha'rleit^ 'ir
" < Hunted the Mouse, t hartes F.
Eastman, vocal duet, Misses Preston
and Sliuov recitation "His l'arable"
,, „ , , .....d
Mrs. Robert «dz er, male trio, I he
Old Oaken Rucket," H. Clifford Sin
clair, William L. Maaor and James K
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ÄÄ £c y .ety W ön C
r ,day vr n i T ,he1 ;- ,nv, v i -
tlon our Union Lookout Committee vis
Red thorn and conducted the meeting.
U H d r th ° ° f «" < S llt , e °
chairman. Miss Anna S. Docherty.
There were twelve of the visiting en
r vr ; r r and * tfitai auend * n ' e ,° r
about forty. AdO.reMM weft made by
Samuel H. Reel «ind H. Clifford Sin
clair, and a short talk on Junior work
was given by our city superintendent
° f Jun,< r »' MrB - Robert Croaler. The
visit formed to be much appreciated
by the pastor and members of the so
clety.
--March
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HAPPENINGS IN UTAH
Salt lake City. Utah. Fèb. 12. 1909,
Editor THE EVENING JOURNAL.
This ia rather a quiet day, because
ajl the places of buelnees are closed
all- the principle ones are. Everybody
seems to have caught the spirit of the
hour, which I» tho spirit of Lincoln»
Every achool neld appropriate exer
ciser yesterday. D-day the flags are
flying and people are talking about the
g;eat emancipator, and to-night vari
ous organizations will meet and ora
tory will flaw fa: abundance and ap
propriateness,
hour, I bngin to think of dear old Del
aware. and.wlah »hat I might peep In
upon my friend a there.
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And that re
minds me, Mr. Editor, that I desire I
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lo ex J ,r( ':* my '^eolation of those
onreches that we-c mnde at the launch
ln * of v tht> T »rent battleship. The Delà
T , ' 'T
ftor Hlggln«. The people that remain
ir ' I'«la««re always do themselves
Droud when ncc ' niona require It.
The Legislature Is in session In this
city, and the roos: interesting bill thus
far presented has been a State Prohi
bition Bill, which passed >he House
a few days ago by an overwhelming j
majority, but Its assassination Is said
to be sure In the Senate, because the |
"Federal Bunch,'
don't want It.
as they are called,
And because of the at
titude of the political bosses relative
to this bill, there has been called n
special mass meeting of the Republi
cans of the State for the purpose of
compelling the bosses to "hands off."
It Is doubtless an interesting fight to
those on the outside, and especially to
the Democrats, because If this bill
Sum. .days ago u new ramp was
qpened In Nevada, a short distam -
rfom here. The camp was opened by
a Mr Chafpy af ter whom the new
town was named. Theer was and 1«
much excitement because of his rich
^'ke. WIU, n three fa.mp ml" he
be®*Ing out aomethln* line
$1,0<>0 per day for e .metlme. In com
rnnv With some friends uf mine. I sis
ited the enmn nnd snent Sundav 1
It*" »he camp, and »pent hunaaj. 1
surely had ii great time Many prop
eriles were looked at by my frletide,
end t ome denis were «msumated. 1
\ »FltPil the Vnln»» that lias mart»* th^
camp famous out her*, and wished
tlie pilt? rock
CSS. SA »Ä. '■ ' U
stock in anv of the proi>ertles there.
! >Ul 1 WlBh Æ 1 r ad ; aS . 'thtt 0 '^.";
Inp men of this clt> ga> that C ha fey
Camp is a winner.
My experiences at the camp
unique. Saturd.ij night there they
had n dance, and every fellow had to
g.i, though he might not dance, he must
do something They asked me to make
a speech. I did n> When I had con
chided. In order to please me. perhaps.
they called for more and I responded
by pulling an old Knife from my pocket
that I had found some days before In
front of my home nnd «tying. "Ladles
nncl gentlemen, I ha\e here an old
knife thr.t la nf no use tc me. It has
t. corkscrew' and a champaign opener
end will just suit you mining men. I
propose to sell It to the highest bidder.
and glvo the money to your school
fund " The bidding started at »5.00.
nnd It went In leaps and bounds until
I finally struck It off to a Sen Fran-,
cisco lawyer for IIDO.OO-One Hundred
Dollars. The cimp then decided to
nave It gold-cov-red. and will present
It to Its purchaser. I've had lots of
old knives offered me to sell since.
On Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. I
spoke in the largest saloon to a great
crowd of men. .My subjecj was,
Man'« Responsibility to HI» Family,"
ami we had a iood meeting. At ,.30
I preached In the hall to a large com
pany, and was not long in discovering
that the miner had a henrt In the right
place. 1 surelv had a fine trip to a
busy mining camp, and returned home
much rested beemse of five days com
plete change from the arduous
of a city pastorate. If you will come
out to se- me. i w ill show you the way
to Chafey. Nev.. about which camp. I
ntunDet ti» bpn,< prp.it thiiKTH {n
predict you will hear great things in
the days to come. <
The snow is now falling äs fast as
ever saw it fat dear old Delaware.
should divide the Republican party. It
Is almost sure to put Utah in the
Democratic column at the next Slate
election,
finish.
The fight Is. however, to a
Anyway, the city Is growing, and
growing rapidly. If there is a city In
this country with more activity at this
time, I would like to know where It ia.
Every interest has a sure, steady In
crease.
New buildings are going up
li: every part of the city, and apart
ment houses are having quite a boom,
Beside the purely located Interests that
are helping the growth of the city,
fc^ilt Lake City Is rapidly becoming a
great mining centre, and I predict that
within the next five years this city will
be the mining centre of the West.
Everywhere, on all sides, great mining
properties are being developed, nnd
ûcvelcped v. Ith success.
you
and when It has < cased the mountains
will stand out In gorgeous array. Come
out to the City of the Saints. You
won t be lonely here. My love to you
and lo all my friends.
Ever yours truly,
Francis Burgette Short.
Store your goods at the Guarantee
Storage Warehouse. Sd and French.
Telephone Warner No. 1840.* *
LIST OF PUBLIC SALES.
c-bruarv ?n_R-,i Estât. Court House
flt 10 a ' m ' W ' A - Huki '" Auctioneer.
February 20.—Hardware and Tool» at
loco MarU.t At 1 to n m W A
îTk.lï Wiôn^
February 20.—Sale of cow» for S. A.
McDaniel at hi* »table»,, 419 West.
f" ronk ®L at 1 o'clock, p. m. by
Stidham & Sons, Auctioneers.
Fehroaru 22 Stork and Parminn
.TV . „ o * ■ m
plements on Banning Road near
Greenville. Wm. Mayna.
P fc 0 , _e,„. , ,_. ,
h,Bru,r y "T J ' mp .
ment» at 2 o clock, near Brandywine
Springs W H. Worth.
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Ä?E.Ä Worthi
p, hp .,. p „ f.*»». r„„ r *
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February 25—S?oct'and Implement, for
j Amoa E. Craio near Red Clav
r„.«k rk.,,,1 , m!m mj .
f*lu® h rt£ ä« 1 *
Auctioneers.
F*u r , J1>rv p« ««1« nf
c.rS2Tu"o!.Sm .îïï M.L
tj together with tho contenta of
,„ rg , dwe |, ing , t Stidham 4 Son'«
Auction Store, 111 East Fourth St,
, t 1 o'clock p. m. *h»rp.
"Watch this paper for ad of .ale."
1.—Sale of Stocks and Impie
ment» for William Ogle, near Ei»
mere Christiana Hundred, at 10
, ,
o clock, a. m, by Stidham & Son,,
Auctioneers.
M aPC h 4 Stock and Farmino (mole
' , u P
I ments for Howard Wilson, at
! Granogue, Del, Christiana Hun
dred at 11 o'clock, a. m. by Stld
j a
ham 4 Son. Auctioneer».
March 5.—Public Sale at Hare's Cor
horses from Virginia.
Quigley, owner.
March 9.—Household Goods, 816 West
Second 8t.. at 9 a. m. W. A. Huklll,
Auctioneer. !
March 9.—James Hannagan, Mt. Cuba,
tale of Farmino Imnrementi I
Bale or harming impremenn. ,
March 11—Stock and firming impie- i
Concord Pike. near
Sharpley School, Brcndywine. Hd„ '
u Deiteek
n. ronoca.
March 15.—Mrs. Brlnghursts House
hold Goode, also Stock and Impie
ment, at Ashley, opposite Rieherd
son Park, at 10 a. m. W. A. Hukill,
Auctioneer. |
March 16—Sale of Horses, Mules, Colts
and Cattle at Bear Station, at 9|
o'clock, a. m. W. S. Burris.
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substitutes. Meets all requirements of
.the National Pure Food Authorities.
Every bottle Is labeled. Sold In bottle.
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In'eresl Allowed
; On \'l Deposits
T. C. duPont, President.
Henry P. Scott. Vice-President
Pierre B duPont. Vice-President.
9 D. Townsend. Vice-President.
Harlan G. Scott. Secretary.
Charles C. Kurts. Treasurer.'
Wm. Bush. Asst. Secretary,
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SHERIFF'S SALES
^^ÎTITT^'saCR BTTUm mTo® 1 A
Jfu be' ÄÄ'pübHc
Court House, on Market street, between
Tenth amt Eleventh street», In the city
K '* C °' Ue «'
. „
'he following described real 'estate, via;
All that certain lot or piece of land:
w Hh a two-story frame dwelling thereon
erected, situais In the city of Wll
mlngton aforesaid, bounded and described
a» follows, to wit;
Reglnnlng at a point on tb« northerly
"Ido of 8l*ih streei. at the Jlitance of
1 one hundred and twouty-tw» feat cast
| erly from the east.yly side of Scott
TO
?ö»ä äc .sä ^&
" nd twenty-eight feet to a corner; thence
15 Mtt , rl!r parallel to Sixth street forly
| late ïr'C« o' Nmrls? ÄTTn "
I »»«'hwealerly direction along said Nor
rt * l, no .one hundred ami twenty feel
ässm
erly Parallel to Bcott atreet .twelve feet
™ ore ° r leas to maIU side of Sixth etreet.
fS* S ^.r W î^to l X*p£i
! beginning, bo the contents more or
1, nH , . n . u
property of Gen?« H iSn 2nd M.r
tha J. Haneon hl» wife, mortgagor», and
to be *"!?. '>K, ...
1 18
Bherlff « ' Office. Wilmington.
February 2, 1809.
1 — ' -
SHERIFF'S BALE-BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Levari Facias, to me directed.
will be expoaed to Public Sale at the
Court House, on Market street, between
Tenth and Eleventh streets. In the city
of Wilmington, New Casllo County.
Delaware,
ON SATURDAY,
THE 2UTH DAY OF FEBRUARY'. DOS.
H. LIPPINCOTT,
Sheriff.
Del..
ft-6-7-10-17-10
ton aforesaid, bounded and described as
nortl.erly side of
Eleventh street between Tatmill and
Orange streets, at the distance of twi-n
'Y feet from the easterly side of .Talnall
»t r .-ei. thence northerly parallel w itli
Tatnall atreet seventy feet; thence Bast
erly parallel with Eleventh street slxlecii
*™\'- thence southerly parallel with TM
Hull ft reel seveiil.v Let to the side of t ue
said Eleventh street, and thence there
with westerly sixteen feet to the place
of beginning, I» the contents thereof
" vi'zed'end'Tuken In execution as
property of Henry S Black and Elestlne
Black, hla wife, mortgagors, and to be
l * old
ON SATURDAY.
THE 2UTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1909,
At 10 o'clock, a. in .
the following described rsal estate, viz;
All that certain lot of land with a
three-story brick dwelling house I hereon
erected, situate in the city of Wllmlng
. I
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CHARLES H. LIPPINCOTT.
Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, Wilmington. Del..
February 3. 191» f4-*-T-10-17-19
|
ON SATURDAY.
THE 21TH DAY OF FEBRUARY. 130». |
I the follow In, described H..1 Estate, »ta;
■ . ■ : '
c MUWr ln and to nil lhai certain '
(ir p lfl . e of Uf>ll w)lh , hfl b! .| ck dwell
ing thereon erected .slluato in the city
Of Wilmington. New Castle county and
Htate of Delaware, bounded and described
as follows, to writ:
Beginning on the easterly side of Jack
son street at the dutniiee of 160 feel 9
Inches, northerly from the northerly aide
Of Ninth street; theme easterly parallel
* lth Ninth slreet. 85 feet northerly par
, allel with Jackson street. 21 feet 1 In
srtd pap.
passing
! through the middle of the division
of this and the adjoining house on the!
north. 85 feet to tha said side of Jackson |
street; and thence thereby southerly 24
feet 3 Inches to the place of beginning
Be the contents thereof more or less
With the privilege of the use of a certain
terra cotta drain pipe, leading from lhlsl|ry
lot into Shipley Run 8«*w«*r. »ublert, i
neverth**Ie»». to nu suitable »harr of th^;
cost* and expanse of kerplnç nald drain
in good order and repair
Seised tnd taken In execution as the I
aeor,e M c - M,ller ' anJ to !
CHARLES H. LIPPINCOTT,
Sheriff
SHERIFFS BALE—BY VIRTUE OP A
wilt of Venditioni Exponas, to me dl
j rected, will ta- expoxed to Public Bale,
at the Court House on Market »treet.
In the city of Wilmington. New Castle
county. Delaware,
I cites to a stak«: thenee we»l«rl
allel with Ninth street an
;
PUBLIC SALES
P UBLIC S A LE
UJIILIU !>ALL
1 OF STOCK AND FARMING IM- ,
PLKMKNTH. will be sold nt Public P»K
Ht the residence of t lie» subacrUx • on
road from Kennett Pike to Wooddale, '
known «*4 Hendrickson Farm
t.N MONDAY FEBRUARY 22 190».
at 1 o'clock, «harn '
» good work or driving horse«; 7 gond ;
r..v»s: L» heifers; 1 bull; 1 finir bed farm I
wagon. gof>d ns new; \ one-h«»rse cart,
! dug-out wasron - 1 bussv 1 De»'rln«
Mower: 1 horse rake; 1 grind lug stone; I
two-hnrse wheel oultlvntor: " <iie-horlf
cultivator^; 1 sprius tooth, hixrow; 1
spike io.itli harrow. 1 South .BetiO plow
I doubl« trees ami single trees; 4 sets,
of double wagon harm*«; , art harness;.
, s ,, t , )f mUl n r driving bar
neTs; "nlr.v 'briffieV hal°ters and cow
bushel• SS* bust
bSîhé!: *y hy fhe ton^rn fodder, by 1
bundle: hay fork, rope« and block*»; 40 ;
P«ir« Whit« Wy.ndot.e chicken.; I milk
' '»'JoUSEHOLD GOODS-1 conk stove: i
parlor „love; 2 extension tables, chairs;
Ä .ÄÄ men.fon"" °' hrr
TERMS:-Alt sums of «:ooo and under,
ov, ' r thaI "mount rr ( dii of six
month, will heffiven purchaser with
bankable note with approved security,
interest added from,day of sale
WM MAT WE;
W N. Ijmk, .» ucritv-*T. 1
-^ |
4 BLIC SALK I
A AT KLAIR BAZAAR.
I °
,?a ». ns.s?.rsis, wax!:
1.0>o to 1.200 pound«, as good « I*»«»! of
1 mfngton^ihl»^ season ^ Gentlemen, '?
I tho rl ^ht kind in thin loa*], come and look
them over. Also one car load bought for
ÄÄd. r5hî* olî^thi form
where they wen railed. Also lot of horse»
froI y' outside paro- NOTIt B—We »old
! on last S aturda y 5. 'T 1 ™'
-aie'' fiotk-S- Wlll «tart on h
o'clock _ No harness sold at this
L" ''* If h V„* " P f , h r r r71l
sale don't miss this sale «s I have the
right kind of horses Seldom see such «
gooil lot *»" b*™*»', 1 VT'*
Wilmington, Del.
f17-»t. _ . _
SAL , E ... „ , ,
I 1 Of 80 Cows. I will sell at my sfo.
bles. 419 West Front street. Wilmington,
'Delaware, on SATURDAY. FEBRUARY
^ , p M . sharp. 50 head frexh
; Cows and Close Springe-». Holsteins.
1 Durham», Quernesys and Jersey». Thl»
I •» " «ne lot of Young Cow. and are
worthy the attention of any one wanting
k°° d Cows. 2 Holstein Stock Bull».
8lx, F da >* crsdlt. Interest added.
SAMUEL A. McDANIEL.
HT-U-tt.
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»ALL
; YVo.h'* *?*4 ln Vw« t ,''L22iL' le ^* hat'
L'RDAY. February 2i)th, at I.S0 p. ra.. a
hot of hardware and a full line of tln
smith's tools. W. A. HUKILL,
I STYTHTTn—5Vt tr_ xr xtigii 8 TH \t
IP' .tSric and forming Imploracnfo
near North Star School House, by
HA NNA M. WOODWAR D.
I pUBLlr SALE OK PERSONAL
I will seiV^U'mv^irsonnl^properTy^
i THURSbA*?. mak(^h 4. iioo,
!.. . at n o'clock a eharp_
Situated in L-hrls lift ns. Hundred, at Gran -
Iogue. Del., on tho road from Smith
1 Bridge to Centreville. includlnç A0 good
milch Cows and 10 Holstein Helfer». 2
■ gS&SS^ w n «,;:^ e nnd''u}ensns 0t F FuU
J"'" t ^««s.oo..
howard wilson.
! Stidham & Son. Auct. f!8-9t
Sheriffs Office, Wilmington.
February 2. 1909.
! >el
f4-B-7-10-17-I9
The HOME of the $2.00 Hat
S3.00
%i DO
worth of
•tyla
worth of
quality
No. ê East Eighth Street.

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port HaTTk OfT^TtKN'f — ffitVlNCl
c moved to our new coal yard, we of
far the large business property, fronting
on Fourth street. Fifth street, and ivnn
»ylvsnln Railroad Freight Yards, ele
yated siding, rune through property, over
1* coal bln»,, large stable, office and »tore
room. Tbo entire property over 1« 000
juuare feet, ground surface 1« under roof.
ifT media le pos«eaalon./ THE PHILIP»
^ ^ ***
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
.
p OR SALE.
A nice lot. ripe for a building oper
at.en. In » tine location. East aide of
Rodney »'rest and south* of Pennsyl
vania avenue. 100 feet front. Will sell
reasonable. CHARLES C. KURTZ,
(fippnstte Court House) toil MarketJR.
TfOU BALE—NEW WIDE FRONT
V house.-, on Twentieth slreet, between
Jefferson. Plan end
unexcelled. F, T. CLYMER.
141« Van Bure n St.
pull HALE UNE OF THE BEBT ÖA&
•V gains ever offered, 30 acres of farm
land, house ami barn, located on trolley
ami railroad; partly In the town of New
miles from the city
Will he sold at
at once. Barn alone
Washington and
port and only t
limits of Wilmington.
»160 per acre If sold
cost »4,000 to build.
WESTON A ANDERSON.
200 Church Building.
FOR BALE ( J It" EXT HANGE
70-acre farm at Yeatman station, on
Newark and Pomeroy R. B.. with 7-roora
stone house and necessary outbuildings;
good water: nice orchard: price 15000 per
acre. CHARLES C KURTZ,
1011 Market street.
(Opposite Court House.)
f5-m.w-.f-lf
HELP wanted— female
»• milliners. Apply J. B. SOOY.
*12 King Bt.
r aT?T E i Y O l 'N G GIRL DESIR ES
r16-fit
W
position. General offlee work. Wlll
iug. accurate and good penman. Best
reference. Address C. V.. Journal Office. I
fl0-3t
HELP WANTED—MALE
Salary »800 to »1,400. No "layoffa."
Examination In Wilmington. May 15th.
Common education sufficient. Candidates
prepared «tree. Write Immediately for
full particulars. FRANKLIN INSTI
TUTE. Dept. «19. Rochester, N. Y.
f2-lmo.
1VANTED—ABLE-BODIED MEN RE
" tween agea 19 and 35 for U. 8. Ma
rine Corps Musi be native born or have
first papers. Excellent opportunity to
see the world. Good pay. Clothing, ra
lions, quarter»,, medical attendance free.
Apply at U. S, MARINE CORPS RE
CRUITI NfEWTATlON, Post Office Build
ing. Wilmington. Del.
„ o-rnew aiutv
]? STOCK^ AND
«g**; • "^"dAVID BOu"
, ' •" ''
1 ' s New < asll Del- nl,nl
T T7 ANTED— BOYS WHO WILL HUS
\\ .. |irn ,, m .„ ri «q every
•' cnn 1 e " r " * ' , " _
week af.er school houre. Apply 84* King
etreet. dl*-g-tf
— ■■ ■ - -—— i
x x rANTKD—AN EXPERIENCED MID
\V 01«- aged farm hand, by the year,
beginning March 25th. house furnished.
,; s0 finuse for man to work h)' daj. Ap
,,;y In person to W. P. HHARPWifli
Hoekesslu t'el fU-e o.d 2wKs
_
wall- ----I
/
' T
„ .... u
In*. Heater A\ork a Hpeclally. 63. Ship
si. Hell Phone, 488. . flS-lltl
-- . l»..vm;sg
jl T'iMOHII«R ®Tl!DKNT8 WAMTJtD.
^ ad. under AUTOMOBILE C Ol*
ILEQRB. fl3-lm.
f4-21t
BIiKTNFSS CARDS
^-piXfiTonDW f nTtT N'ANn'"'SHEET
Iron Worker. Booling and Reps ir
A STORE FIXTURES
W « par morw anti coll
cheaper baenu««
eineritet ara small.
CH AS. HURLOCX.
• than l Poplar Stroati.
W. Oran^^SS; Spouting and
Î1S a"?i. "ring ","d Lmfut n, RmK
log oromoWyT/on. Phone. aitly
m * '^" ,np _ y ___J__ _and
*" VUKI! FÜIUJ! FUBSI
All lends of lildea and Furs Douvht.
prices paid for mink and tax
fkins. C S. HUKLCK.'K, Hsvcnth and
»'oplsr ats._^ o*Mm
L UTOMODTCA FOR RENT AT THR
A BRADFORD CO.. Delaware Ave A
Tatnall Kls.. Wllmi/igtoii. Dei._ n*Ml
li.n ENSEN AT
E ° c .
Direct Importer of
Pure Spanish Oilvs Oil.
•* w. 7th Street. 3d Floor.
, . !7«3 a Wilimnaton Del
0. 4 A. Phone 276J A. Wilmington, Del
jl'.Mm __
. ^ i n ivn
S '"t^diesAom^'ihoe^and'^bber^rk
a spacslty. L. CARUSO. 70U West 9th
îi«"!
jvkiMH PAPERED FROM 12 50 UP.
R '°pcV mot. " a sl • 1, 'K
p'' P * A M ' AR ' * S fl0-lnp>
_ ' - , , - „v a t - - - T frmH
Easy ' i^mjept. ' HW;
dents ««l.ted to good
competent M rite or call ([pen ni g.
thl» "Lt FoM BuUdlnV
partments. Rooms «2-5-1 eora wjim™.
(loth nnd Market St* > Bell phone zws.
flMmp.
-------same,
REMOVAL _
' J * uriJ -' ri * ju-j-urj-Lnr-rinj
GEO. W. OUINN, M. D«,
of Osteo
» **0,** j*
9 to \2 and 2 to 5. baturday ^ tO
12. Evenings by apnnintmcnt
January 18th, U.
-— 1 - - 1
~~Q CËNSE AP PLICATIONS
„ licensed druggists, tenants
Blld orcup,; uis of the house situated at
jLli 'kt!?"* of Delaware, In compll
""ce whh the requirements of» the
^*»{J "a»e "maile^ am'l provlded y do
,*** notice that we shall apply In
writing to the Court of General Sessions
». . n 1909. being the next term of
c ôurt. fr a license for the said house,
imoMc.riSg*' by * |Ä«riplk^ fo^|
p,,rtloses. In less quantities!
, hBn ,, ne quart, nnd the following re
»portable citizens of "'O, «f*''' »Linfo*
twelve Mil
ap ,,ii ca tion. viz.
James A. Sweeney
('hrls Schlegel
Tho«. J Hildebrand
Xml. C^ONeal
Rr
Michael Kennesllsy
DUD u Roi. "
Beniamin Price W. F. Green
f!7-3t JO HN J. GALLAGHER A BRO.'i
ANTED
2d hand
Furniture
w
John Cuddy
Robert Hill
Charles L. Oabkeo
John H. Fahey
Leroy Davis
Wilson Adam»
John J. Mulvey
William Springer
POLITICAL_
porcmjircTOffi?—
Ninth Ward
George McKelvey
Subject to decision of Republican
Party at the Spring nomination.
my-1
Photo» of Launching Party.
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
DOVER, Feb. 19.—Governor Penne
will and Miss Anne P. Cshall, sponsor
for the battleship Delaware, have re
several large photographic
views of the battleship as It rested on
the ways and of the christening party
on the stand Just before the Delaware
They are excellent
ceived
was launched,
photos, ard were presented by the New.
port News Shipbuilding Company.
ft. 4 -
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
1
REAL ESTATE.
WE'VE GOT IT. WE LL
OR IT 18 NOT TO BE H_
Collecting of Kentn a (Specialty.
Q. H. HAYDEN, succeaxor to
Hayden A V«H,
Tenth and Monroe Sts.
GET IT.
AD.
Both 'Phonea
POR RENT—J FI. ATS. 8. E. COR.
a 4th and Jackson St».; one flat Connell
Bt, between 2nd and 3rd; 1Ü room bouse
31C Jaçfceun. Apply J. B. KRUEGER.
fl-tt
932 W 4 th St. ___
poll RENT H('4 CLAY MONT;
122 *
K'aat Twenty-second street, 7 room»,
rch,
ne St.
bath, heater, range and front po
LEWIS 8. CLOUD, 2224 Pint
n-d-lmo
»15
Delmarvia 1891
p OR RENT
80S Van Boren 8t., 10 R. & B.
921 Linden Bt., 7 B. A B.
«30 8o, Connell 8t„ 7 R. A B.
1314 B. J3th 81.. 6 R. & B.
602 New Cast le Ave., 8 R. 4 B.
Apply to WILMINGTON TRUST CO..
UHh and Market Sta
FOR RENT
tlrtO W. Fifth Btj HR. IB,
815 Van Buren 8t., 7 R. & B.
8C5 Van Buren St , 0 R. & B.
bill Pennsylvania Ave.. 0 U. A B.
51« 8. Harrison St.. 7 R. & B.
N. K. for. Pennsylvania Ave. and Du
pont Bt, 10 rooms, hath and store.
207 Market St., entire building.
407 Shipley St., entire building or floors.
208 Cedar St.. 8 rooms.
92* Heed St , S rooms.
106-8-10 Orange St., entire building or
floors. Call and look at list.
J. MILTON MADDOX,
No. 602 Shipley 81
pOR RENT
1710 and 213 N. Broome St.. 11 R, porch.,
1411 Rodney 81 . 10 rooms, porch.
140H W. 8th St., » rooms, porch.
2318 and 3825 W. 18th St., 7 rooms, porch.
1329 and 142« Dupont St,. 8 rooms, porch.
«1« and 710 Jefferson St.. 9 rooms.
836 Morrow 81., 7 room», porch.
103 W. 25th Bt.. 8 rooms, porch, new.
,2318 and 2S38 W, 18th flt . 7 rooms, porch.
2806 and 2823 W. 2nd St,. « rooms, porch,
loi« W. 3rd St.. « rooms.
1319 and 1.127 Linden St , « rooms.
715 Market St.. 7 rooms.
«ist French St., U rooms.
4.10 and 619 E. 7th St., 7 rooms.
2lo2 Locust St . » rooms, porch.
Apartments centrally located.
Several country residences near etty. '
Farms 73 acres. Wooddale, 100 acrsai
Greenville.
Stores, offices and business places.
O. O. GOODEN,
839 Market St.
Real Estate, Insurance.
Both Phone«.
OR RENT- SECOND AND - THIRD
3-,
1-4
FOR SALE
pTifT lÀLB-ÀIkUüJILf 9MMÉM
r i ki.i. s id. ... ; Shipley n«-U»
— ... < 144V-itfV>G -u—r— r ~ C
t^GUS FOR HATCHING. B. C. R L
Reds. »1.50 per l6. Barred P. Bock«.
»I.2S per 15. A. JOHANSON. Richardson
|» nr k. Del. fl-e.o.d.-lmo
ROOMS FOR RENT.
i_
n iRARD-«05, 807 AND 809 RACE ST.,
Ur Philadelphia. Rooms, 25c. 36o, Me.
Gentlemen only. al-lf
———
JJUU RENT— FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
v light housekeeping. 201 B. 6th St.
1*8-1 mo. - .'..'vd
floors of No. 715 Market street.
Suitable for dentist, physician or private
Apply LEONHARD HBI88.
family.
No. 4 East Third Bt
on RENT-ROOM WITH BOARD*
also doctor's office. 916 West 8L
f4-lmo.
F
LOST AND FOUND
Tdahk hXblb
amt white enllle, name Buster. Re
wind. 1621 Claymont Ht., City. Child a
pet. __f 1 7-31. .
r obt; betweBSToth AND JKFFKR
eon and Van Buren irh,l Bhalicross
Ave., atrln
Reward o
roHT
III
.nÄLcIÄ? l«h W
Upon the sppllrstlon of Security Trust
Safe Deposit Company, Executor of
Thomas J. Hynn. late of Wilmington
Hundred. In «al»! county, deceased. It Is
ordered and directed by the Register of
wills that the Executor aforesaid give
nf „ r , n Ung of Letters Teatamen
lary upon the estate of the deceÂMOg
with the date of granting theiyoL by
jraualng advertisements to be posted,within
f ort >' o«ys from the date ol
in elx of the most public places or tWI
(.'gynty of New Castle, r o«j u l rln« a.11 p«r
sons having demands ngainsl the estate
present the same, or abide py an aci
y i n * ur * 1 c f£ e
vldefl. aucl aUo cause tho »am« to be ln
»«rt'fl within the sams period In t*j
Evening Journal, a newspaper publish«!
W''î"' n *î? , V: ®? 1 -' ÎÏ? COtw
'''V:!'"n unXr ha, 1 and seal
B ■■ uf ti,.. Register of Will.
. aforesaid, «t %\ IIm'Ington,
(MAL) Ca.tl. CouMy af^«W. the day
FRANCIS M. WALKER,
Register of Will*
NOTICE .
Notice la hereby given that Letters Te»-,
tBmentary w0re ln dU0 f or m of law
granted unto the undarslgned. on the 16tfc
3 of K , brilary . A . D. 1909. and that
>n per , (in8 having claims against the es
nf , h « deceased must nresent the.
duly attested, to the said Executor.;
S,°S£"ff of'^b^
in'auch caae made and provided. j
SECURITY TRUST & SAFE DEPOSIT*
aiMgasa"*
Office of the Regiater of Will».
»?Ä"5c«
p ftr \ln Executor of Robert McFarlln,
late of New Castle Hundred. In Midi
^'Shy TÄgl'.'.er" o?wnia th^ .'hä
Executor aforesaid give notice of grant
Ing of Letter» Testamentary upon the es
late of the deceased, with the date ofi
jiosted within forty days
1 from the date'of such letters In alx of
| the mo»t public places of the Count y, at
d-msncfo' ag/lnst thî "esta*. * to* presenl
the same, or abide by an act of Assem
hly In such esse made and provided: and
la nowepaper publlehed In Wilmlngtofiej
j Del., and to bs continued therein three,
^ (Rv^.under the hand and seal;
of office of the Register of Wills'
aforesaid, at Wilmington, In New
»SEAL) f»»'l* '1°"'^. the day
^FrIncTs^'waLKER.
I Register of Will*
ig of beads, valuable to owner,
frered at Journal Office.
fU-lt
REGISTER'S ORDERS
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that Letters
Testamentary were ln due form of law
granted unto tke undersigned, on the
' tfiih day of February'. A. D.. 1909. and that
all persons having claims against the es
tate of tho deceased must present the
same, duty attested, to the said Executor,
nn or before the 16th day of February A.
D.. 1910. or abide the Act of Assembly
In such case made ». nd Provlde<fi
SCAN LOVE McFARLIN.
Executor.
Address. Charles Warner Smhh Esq.,
Atlorney-at-Law. Wilmington, Del.
fl7-9t-ood.
FOR SALE
«Jon- ^SACtT^TïLÔii ÈuvERNlcïcSr
J 1 sectional book case**, consisting of
eight book section», two bases, two top«,
golden oak finish. Good condition, ROY
SHARPE. 100* Adams street. D. & A.'
telephone 8488-P. fls-tf
NOTICES. _
tTjOTICE-MEMBERS^OF ■'PROSPER ;
Ity Ibdge. No. 2. Brotherhood of
Mechanics, are requested to
t
Railway
meet at Odd Fellows* Hall. Third and!
Kln|f Sts _ g a t u rday at 3 o'clock p. m.. t*
attend the funeral of the lata brother TV.
j T Qroves. C. F. Robinson, Bee. Secy,
fig-u
Bead THE EVENING JOURNAL. ,
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