TRAK' :Tlr )R'"('HON
Freight received for all points, given
■ personal attention. and forwarded
promptly at lowest rates and by best
li on tea.
Boats leave both Wilmington and Phil
adelphia at 6 00 p. m. dally. Sunday ex
Through rates and bills of lading Is
i ,U1 GEORGE W. BUSH & SONS CO.
1'ler 8 . North Wharves. Philadelphia.
French Street Wharf. Wilmington.
Quickest Delivery nnd Lowest Rates
New York and Boston.
Rail connection and through rates fo
.nil interior points. Steamers sail dally,
'except Sunday, at 6 p. m. from P.er 9.
Walnut St.. Philadelphia, and foot ot
Market SI.. Wihnlngton.__
WILSÖpTlTnL to PHILA.
PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT.
Leave Fourth Bt. Wharf, Wilmington.
7.SO A. W., and 1.30 P. M.
Leave Chestnut St. Whsrf. Fhlladel
Iphlo, 10.30 A. M., and 4.16 P. M.
Go South By Sea
Merchants and Minors Trans. Co.
Steamers Philadelphia to Savannah.
A most delightful route to Georgia.
(Florida, Alabama and
Ijow Fares and Excellent Servie«
Through tickets on s/le from Wil
Call on nearest Ticket
(Agent, or for booklet address
Ticket Office, 105 8. Ninth St.. Phil
First Class-lncluding Berth and Meal 8
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World. Ideal Climate all Year.
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the magnificent nineteen knot twin-screw
ocean flyer "PRINCE GEORGE" (equlp
iped with wireless), the fastest and most
[comfortable steamer to Bermuda. Sails
every Thursday at 11 A. M.
CAREFULLY NOTE THESE FACTS:
SS. "PRINCE GEORGE." Strictly flrst
(class passenger and mall steamer,
rles no cattle or offensive freight. T IE
FASTEST. STEADIEST AND MOST
"COMFORTABLE STEAMER TO BER
ImUDA. Handsome booklet and full par
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24 STATE ST., NEW YORK._
~ ATLANTIC CIT Y HO TELS^
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Open throughout tho year.
'Famous as the hotel for the comforts
C. O. MARQUETTE
D g. WHITE,
pONCE DE LEON
Virginia Ave. und Beach.
European plan *1.00 day up.
American plan *2.00
Elevator from street.
ALFRED B. GRINDROD.
Tennessee Ave.. near Beach. Cath
olic and Protestant churches. New
throughout. Private baths. Metal
beds. Superior table: white service.
Eelevator to street level. *8 to Hi
weekly, si.60 to *3 daily.
MARGARET WALSH DUNCAN.
Y *2 auin Si. ire." unir '..rmirt Sp—(.(lit,
AKÎL 1h, ,.III»i> IllliTXIiST lb. or.ll piniM,
I km '«r Bi»«! I.ih.r. n.'i w».
». iw.«»a Bmow.Sv-.u S8.««8«» <*».»«■__«»
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eufe. luma ■■•mai« toil uwmub cm w uiMt
eb. noiieeic-ae nn-nan.i .me
SOLD BY DjClJuuISlS EyEKlWMQCfi
nmcHtsitti a mlls
W iRH. THE IMAllOND HKAJiU. A
Ll* 11.*»! yotir l>mrirt8i for
C'El-oboé-fea^â l>l*mon J jîrnrd/f^V
iS !••-'!■ in Be4 and isold wirtalllAV/
M bexrt, tetleü *»Uii Blue Ri)ilNliVf
4 Tait© no otk* But «f Ton* »
knorm is Best, S&fut, Always
R (CORD'S VITAI.
Restores Men's Vitality.
Price $1. At all druggists. Aiwa
hand at Miller Drug Co.'s, ' I
Market 3L, Wilmington, Del. Mail
N W. Cor. of Front and Jefferson Sts.
and try some of that good Old Rye Whls
Clfan?u« and bpaatifiea tlie hair.
Promote« a laxuritnl growth.
Never Falls to Restore Oray
I Hftlr to it« Youthful Color.
Cure« snip dire*««-» & hair falling.
.y.r,« 11 '! ^I - 1 a! Lru^-iit»
Dear Sir : Please stop at
ky he has on tap, 10c a glass.
Are you insured? Have you the
protection offered by tho Quaker
City Relief Association against
sickness or accident? Sold on a
monthly plan. Make application to
day, stating age and present occu
pation. Send In this coupon. It is
worth money to you.
4 Address 703-4-5
Ford Bldg., Wilmington, Del.
Wo are pre
pared to measure
and cut your
ing the material,
If you'll do the
W. W. ROTTOMLEY.
Tatnall and Fourth Streets.
D. A A 135Î.
The following rp«l estate transfers
were recorded at tho office of the city
registry clerk since Tuesday of this
Oda F. Fletcher and husband to
Frederick A. Davis, property south
west corner Gilpin avenue and Rodney
Katie ,T. Kelly and husband to Mary
J. Lawler, property northwest corner
Twenty-second and Lamotte streets,
Catharine C. Redmond to John B.
Woodward, No. 613 Spruce street,
John M. C. Rooney, et. al., to the
Mayor and Council of Wilmington, bed
ot Rodney street.
George W. McCalley and Sons Com
pany to James A. F. Gordon, No. 132f
West Fifth street $2500.
Delaware Baptist State Mission So
ciety to South Side Athletic Club, west
side of Heald street, 120 feet south of
"A" street, *900.
NEWS NOTES OF
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
NEW CASTLEy Feb. 20-In the Meth
odist Church last evening Rev. Dr. Paul
son lectured before a large audience. The
proceeds were for the benefit ot Rev.
F. X. Moore's Sunday School class.
City Treasurer Manlove and Tax Col
lector Shearer were served yesterday with
the notices that taxes for 1903 and 1906
must be turned In after two weeks. City
Treasurer Manlove to-day will notify
Shearer's bondsmen that unless settle
ment is made ha will proceed against
Tho bonds for the two years are for
*52,000. Three of the bondsmen are on both
William Fowler will break ground next
week for a store and dwelling at Sixth
and Cherry streets. He will open on ice
cream and oyster sajfon. This is the first
building to go up this year and will be
followed by a regular boom.
A number ot men who contemplate fish.
Ing for shad were laid oft yesterday at
the Baldt Steel Works. The men expected
to quit In two or three'week«.
The show beef displays at the stalls of
Tolln and Son, and Wray F. Bacon, at
tract attention. Old glory figures among
the cuts that are fit to grace the Presi
The trimming of trees is going on right
lively and City Council will probably or
der ail branches lower than eight feet
from the pavement to be cut.
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
DOVER. Del., Feb. 20.—In Superior ;
Court here yesterday, with public hear- '
ing, a large number of divorce cases were
heard and several decrees nisi were grant
BY KENT COURT
Mrs. Etta R. Stradley made charges
age' ist her husband George R. Stradley,
of assaulting her and knocking her down,
threatening to kill her and tiring his
• double-barrelled shotgun at her as she ran
| up the stairs to flee from his wrath. The
t gun made enough noise to shake off the
roof but the load of shot fron\ the crazed
, husband's breechloader had, fortunately,
struck Just below the wife's heels as she
j fled upstairs. Representative Franklin
| Brockson, who represented Mrs. Stradley,
I produced corroborative evidence, and the
I court granted Mrs. Stradley a decree.
I SSeTS rï/SV"..
Creadv August 2 1903
; 5 . ^ j
| The court made final the decree separat
I ing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith, of Dover.
j to whom a decree nisi was granted one
year ago. after the wife had shown that
the h U8 i,and came in angry, and crushed
her down Into a chair.
Î Mrs. Mary E. Johnson was granted a !
j decree nisi, her husband Walter T. John- (
son, having left her and failed to support
! her or offer her a home witli him or else
i The case of Jarrell vs. Jarrell was left
open the vourt because Judges Lore
: and Pennewlll desired additional proof In
Athletic Association Ball.
I St. Patrick's Athletic Association will
j give Its annual ball in Eden Hall immedi
ately after Easter. Committees
; planning to make the affair a success.
LIST OF PUBLIC SALES.
Greenville. Wm. Mayns.
February 23—Stock and farm impie
ments at 2 o'clock, near Brandywine
Springs. W. H. Worth.
February 23.—Public sals of stock and
farming utensils by W. H. Worth,
near Brandywine Springs.
February 24.—8. A. McDaniel, sale of
I Horses at his stable, 419 West
Front St., at 1 o'clock, by Stidham
& Sons, Auctioneers.
February 25.—Real Estate, Court House
_ . at 2 p ' m ' Hukill, Auctioneer.!
February 25—Stock and Implements for
Amos E. Craig, near Red Clay
Creek Church, Mill Creek Hd., at
1 o'clock, p. m, by Stidham & Son,
February 26.—Large sale of New Fur
niture, Carpets, Linoleum and Mat
tings, together with the contents of
large dwelling at Stidham & Son's
Auction Store, 111 East Fourth St.,!
at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp.
"Watch this paper for ad of sale."!
March 1.—Sale of Stocks and Impie
ments for William Ogle, near Fis
mere, Christiana Hundred, at 10
o'clock, a. m., by Stidham & Son,
March 3.—Personal Property of the
Estate of Adelaide Young, deceas
ed, at New Castle, Del., at 10
o'clock, by Stidham A Son, Auc.
March 4.—Stock and Farming Imple
j ments for Howard Wilson, at
Granogue. Del., Christiana Hun
dred, at 11 o'clock, a. m. by Stid
ham A Son, Auctioneers,
j March 5.—Public Sale at Hare's Cor
ner Hotel. One caHoad of good
March 9.—Household Goods. 816 West
Second St., at 9 a. m. W. A. Hukill,
( March 9.—James Hannagan, Mt Cuba,
.. S .* to -- 0f / ,r ^ n « .»"2Praman<a.
March 11— Stock and farming impie
.. . p,,.,
I March 19.—Mrs. Brlnghursfa House
hold Goods, also Stock and Impie
. ments at Ashley, opposite Richard
son Park, at 10 a. m. W. A. Hukill,
March 16— Sale of Horsos, Mules, Colts
and Cattle at Bear Station, at 9
o'clock, «. m. W. 8. Burris.
and know there is no coal
better than the coal we
sell. Some think
COAL IS COAL
but we know our coal is
Prompt, reliable service.
and Coal Co.
Main Oiiice 2nd & King Sis.
KnAL i A 1 h,
- , IT , txtottt-. «
_ . , ,. .
Property bought, sold and exchanged,
Money to loan, rents collected.
For Rent. No. 1708-1710 P.roomo St.. 10
rooms, bath and porch.
1383 Shallcrois Ave., 8 rooms snd bath.
Oftteas 722.214.171.124 Ford Building. Del
marvia phono 1367.
--. .. — . —...
Ci REGG GODWIN, TIN AND SHEET
' J Iron Worker. Roofing and Repair
Ing. Healer Work a Specialty. 832 Ship
ley St. Bell Phone, 488. ftt-lm
AUTOMOBILE ST C D - ENTS WANT ED
" ü un,lc ' AUTOMOBILE* COLl
_ ' fM lm '
é STORE FIXTURES
vv. pas m,:e «4..M
7thaai Pop!»r Street».
W M. E. WILLIAMS CÔ. --I
• 821 Ora « 8 1 . Roofing. Spouting and
Heating. Metal and composition roofing.;
Hot Air hertirx and ventilating Repair
Ing promptly done. Phones. a 26 -ly
ruR*l FÜRS! FÜRS I
All kinds ot Hides and Furs bought,
Highestprices paid for mink and fox
n <£j-£î d
AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT AT~THB
A BRADFORD CO.. Delaware Ave &
Tatnall St ». . Wi l mington, Del. n'jfi-f.m
CHOÉ MAKING AÏ4 DREPAIRINÖ
a »pindalty. t L rn CARUSO? d ;oi* b wLt W 9 i h
street. ' J30-lmo
DOOMS PAPERED FROM *2.50 UP.
xv per cent. off. Scraping and slslne
M. ARSHT, 104 E. 2nd St. 1253
AÜTgaôSlLÊ ~ " COLLEGE. - TERMS
cv moderate. Easy payments. Stu
dents assisted to good positions when
competent. M rite or call. OpenWvenlngs
this week. Offices of Instruction De
pertinents. Rooms 822-*23 Ford Building,
(F'th.snd Market Bta.) Bell phone 2SS2
D. & A.
□ gpa otÆi Cigna □ d fioBi
Everyone Who Receives or Pays Out Money
should avail himself of the advantages of paving by check
It is Safe, so Convenient and Economical that it has become
We cordially invite your account, subject to check.
Interest at the rate of 2 per cent, per annum allowed on de
UNION NATIONAL BANK
Surplus and Profits $526,000
S ECURITY TRÜS
SIXTH and MARKET STREETS
] r- . -..-- ■ .— .
( anil'll S600 OOC
1 ^P 1181 • • • *
StirpIllS .... $600,00r
This Company invites the
business of Manufacturers,
Merchants, Finns and Indi
viduals, feeling confident
that its well-known facilities
will render an account, once
established, of permanent
and mutual satisfaction and
On AH Deposits
Benjamin Melds, President.
James B. Clarkson, Vlce.Pres't.
John S. Rossell.Sec. &T rest Officer
(k. JBrott Townsend, Treasurer.
James F. Nieids
Bonds for Investment,
Local Securities Bought
ft, yV. COT. 8tll Ù Market StS
Mexico la that the Walers-Plerc. Oil Com
I . _ _ n i. ri! .
w ,r,rz" ri . ,» .«.r.
>- -- - —— «..« «
« lt,,ou * h ,he . ta . «. i
«» re,alls ,n Mexico at fiBM*
can. fo r a 5-gallon can. or about 36Vj cent*
j United States currency per gallon.
: Celebrate Washington's Birthday by
j taking supper at the V.
Monday. S to 8.*
W. C. A.,
Office of the Register of Wills,
New Castle Co., Dot, January an, 1909.
Upon the application of Albert B. Marks
land John \v. Lawson. Jr.. Executor» ofl®t
Samuel H. Lawson, late of Wilmington i
hundred. In aaid county. deceased. ,
17 J", an« dlrectsd »>y the
Register of Wills that the Ex-;
ocutura aCoreta.d. glva notice of
o!i t A r i.;îi? ,, 5 Sîh a ït. , îK!î
the estate of the deceased, with the date
Of granting thereof, by causing advertlv-TSout
!he n, dat« b ^f P< iimdi Tetters f< ln ly «?* y ôf fr îhs
mnsi d ni%llo t i>u 1 r» ÀVtha ennntv m*.*«
maids agalnslfhs««taleto Dresini the
"mîoîffi b^an set of° iKSTbly Ï5 1
such case mad« and provided; and alio !
cause the same to be inserted within the
'same period In The Evening Journal, a
per published In Wilmington, Del.,
be continued therein three weeks,
Given under the hand and seal
of office of the Register of Wills
aforesaid, at Wilmington. In New
(SEAL'Castle county aforesaid, the day
'.nit year above written.
FRANCIS M. WALKER.
Register ot Wills.
Notice Is hereby given that Letters
Testamentary were In due form of law
granted unto the undersigned on the 30lh
day of January, A, D.. 1909, and that all |
.persons having claims against the es
tale of the deceased must present the
same, duly attested, to the said Execu
tors, on or before the 30th day of Janu-1
ary. A. D„ 1910, or abide the Act of As
scmbly In such case made and provided. [
to««! 1 ™ H uAnM '
JOHN W. LAWSON. Jr,
Address. Robert Adair, Esq, Attorney
at-Law, Wllm lngfon. Del. f2- »l -eod
Olhce of the Register of Wills.
New Castle Co.. Del.. Feb. ISth. 1909.
Upon the application of Magdallne
Eisenmingei'. Executrix of Carl Eisen
tnlnger. late of Wilmington Hundred. In
said countv, deceased. Ft Is ordered and
directed by the Register of Wills that
the Executrix aforesaid give notice of
granting of Letters Testamentary upon
the estate uf the deceased, with the dal«
granting thereof, by causing adver
ti seme nts to be posted within forty days
(he dale of such Letters In »lx of]
(e. o. d.)
the most public places of the County ot
New Castle, requiring all persons having
demands against the estate to present the
same, or abide by an act of Assembly in
such case made and provided: and also
[cause tho same to be inserted within
the same peVlod In the Evening Journal,
a newspaper published In Wilmington.
Del., and to be continued therein three
weeks (e o d 1
' Given under the hand and seal]
of office of the Register of Will»
aforesaid, at Wilmington, ln New
i SEAL) Castle County aforesaid, the day
and year above written.
FRANCIS M. WALKER.
Register of Wills.
Notice ts hereby given that DRters Tes
^^nto^lm undorelÄ"n the 16th
"f ^««ry. A.J I» . 1» . «I« that all
of'th« S rteicanedniusl prewnt the tame
j %£££ j ? 1
VI. hd'o" or'abide the Act of Assembly
I MAGDALEN^ EISENMINOER.^
Address JamesMyVPonder.Eaq,. At tor
n»y-at-L»iw. Wilmington. Del .
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. . Äf . |r . ,, f rorltaU
A " ° r »naKe#*|i«nre rccuaie
will be given by Mr. And Mr». Hanoi
bal William» In the New-Century Club
dial Williams in me n . *
on tho evenings of Thursday, l ebrnary
a „d Monday. March 1. Mrs. Wil
I Hams will interpret "A Winter's Talc"
on Thursday etening. and Mr. M. 11
Hams will recite "King Henry, the
| Fourth" on March 1.
: The coupel have Just returned from
( an extensive professional tour.
To Give Rainbow Tea.
In W. C. T. U. headquarters. No.
; 100 West Eighth street tomorrow even
inR fr0m 6 Un,U 10 'he stew
arda of Kingawood M. E. Church will
hold a progressive rainbow tea for the
,_. . .k» ti iedectrrdtb.it
benefit of tho church. U Is desired that
all members of the church attend. The
1 affair will prove a novelty,
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000
N. VV. Cor. Ninth and Market Sis. I
VVilmii^lon, Del. '
This Company has
facilities for sending
money to all parts of
the world without
canger of loss.
Letters of Credit and
constantly on hand.
OTHO NOWLAND. Preset
E. BRINGHUR8T, Jr.. Vice-President.
J. T. PENNYPACKER. Secretary and
RICHARD REESE. Treasurer.
WM. G. TAYLOR. Asst. Sec y * Tress.
2% INTEREST DEPOSItS
Direct Private Wires.
r- n s , o f*
p. »)• L^aCKeVCL CO
Members Philadelphie Stock Exchange
Bankers & Brokers
843 Market Street
P JFLfC SALK
_ _ OF STOCK AND FARMING IM
PL4BMBNT8, wlllS>e sold at Public finie,
the residence of the aubacrlbe* on the
road from Kcrmett Plkr to Wdbddalc,
kn0 wn an Hendrirkaon Farm.
0 N MONDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1909 ,
i o'clock sham,
g good work or driving horses. 7 good
cow,! 2 1 hull: 1 flair bed farm
wncon aoml uu new - 1 oTie-bnt , M»* ■ 1
* wagon T'bum? : T leering
Mow '' r; 1 borae rake; 1 grinding stone; 1
two-horse wheel cultivator; 2 one-horse
OUltlvatora: 1 spring tooth harrow; 1
! "' lk< ' too,h harrow. 1 South Rend plow;
d ? U d b '*J!- B •"? *£L'.
?* d 00 ** 1 * wayon harness. cart hMtiw«.
2 **V of ?}*** , n f *'*'
co ,I? r ?' hrldles haltere and
?hajns. 400 bushels of ear corn, by the
w U *îî°l • bushels of potatoes, by the
bushel; hay. by the ton; corn fodder, by
bundle: hay fork, ropes and blocks; 40
P"*" White Wyandotte chickens; 4 milk
cshsAnd buckets. ... .
HOUSEHOLD GOODS—1 cook stove; 1
parlor stove: 2 extension tables, chairs;
15 yards Brussels carpel, and many other
articles, too numerous to mention.
TERMS;—All sum« of » 20 . 0 « and under,
icash: over that amount credit of six
PV^I'h*. Rjll bs
Pf"**™* JYOf ,^L,
ln t®r*»t added from day ofa ui.™
... -, . - » ,' VM ' MAxnw.
LH'» HU ks. t lerk__ _nB-fit
ü l-BUr SALE—MARCH 8 TH,, AT
* 12.30, stock and farming Implements
near North Star School House, by
HANNA M. WOODWARD. fl8-14t
pTBUO SALE Sr PeRSONAC
ir Property. Having rented my farm
w m Mr n M n ,,,, property t
THCllSDAY. MARCH 4. 1909.
al u o'clock A. M„ sharp
i Situated tn Christiana Hundred, at Gran
I ogue, Del., on the road from Smith
j Bridge to Cenlrovllle. Including 40 good
j milch Cows and 10 Holstein Heifers, 2
Stock Bulls, 18 Horses. Full line ot Farm
Machinery, wagons and utensils,
j particulars In later edition
, Six months' credit over 126.00.
1 HOWARD WILSON.
Stidham & Bon. Auct._ f!8-9t
1)TTMT TP CAT P
J; U D LG OrtL/LV
The first auction sate of the season
at the Eastern Stur Stahles, 419 W. Front
given purchaser with
th approved security.
( st.. Wilmington. Del , on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, 1909.
' At 1 o'clock, sharp,
| 60 Head of Horses of all descriptions
Drafters. Farm Chunks. Southerners.
(Drivers and General Purpose Horses of
the highest quality aud guaranteed to bo
ns , , . .
! )n the BtlUe „nVcarry^Hte most extenslvo
«gSre °T c" n fllf Tder.° f«
,,f «„>• kind ^make*«'^UvU' dîafl
''" rry „" .'«J« ««»dm'»' of,
1 should c A o n m V c îS'thTs^at IK?
j J°wîüt* pT«N tata™?fmr
Hadl.'iTon t f.U to *U.nY thuile. 1 My
Motto-'-Buy them worth the, money and
j Ai , 0 „ thoroughbred Spanish Jack 4nd
■. Hhl>tlll , lft p ont#B broke to city fleht». Wo|
—have c-on»UntIy on baml ami for »ale all
; grade» of horse» and mule», which pur
clMI,, î r can makfl •fl«ctloi» for city and)
i country purpoMa. e eoll horees. mule*
laud cattle every day In the year, except
Sunday All thl» »tock I» carefully select
ed for thl|| mârk0t m days' credit.
8. A. McDANlEL.
] ARGE PUBLIC SALE
OF 40 HEAD OF HORSES,
at my farm. Mt Cuba. Del. ON FBI
DAT. FEBRUARY. 28. at 1 o'clock sharp
1 car load from Adams Co , Pa . bought
for me, by March Br»» I Instructed them
young horse. Jro'nVXÄ
" ny on *
»260.00 and U, glve "you Î. ve°n"dayF"trtaf on
1 must self 500 horses this spring
at »10 00 apiece profit. Bold over 4» tiead
last sale, must duplicate It this time,
Don't rata* It I will satisfy you. Come
for dinner from 11 to 1 o'clock.
Also I pair of 2-year old mare moles.
weight l.fco pounds, well mated. Also a
few sets of new plow or wagon harness,
and 40 stable Blankets, need one week
Horses at private ss de. appointment by
phone 4«*»-L. Centrevllle.
Sixty days' credit.
JOHN F. O'NEAL
Stidham and Son. Auc.
to buy as many mares ns possible. Also
; 2(1 head of good, young second-hand
Philadelphia animals, more mares In this
lot than ever I had.
Price Dlllworth, Auct .
Ellis Hicks. Clerk.
GEO. W. QUINN. M. D..
has moved his Institute of Osteo
pathy to the DuPont Blog. Hours
9 to 12 and 2 to 5. Saturday 9 to
12. Evenings by appointment
January 18th. tf.
i Iv Dr. H. C. Moore, Dentist, removed
to Delaware Ave. and Tatnall St.
Subject to decision of Republican
Party at tho Spring nomination.
•jrixiîTÇTrTPTPT! : SnTP^fr ï î8frT , TP r Tfiî?S 1
VV 4 „nnLv. AnolvJ E E S00Y Al,LE
milliners. Apply J. E. SOOY
.. . - Vf:
ANTED—YOt NO GIRL DESIRES
position. General office work. V.'lll
Ing, accurate and good penman. Best
reference. Address C. V., Journal Office.
Ut/ANTKtk-TO iff 1'WORTH? WOMA»
VV each locality to re pc sent Mall Order
Huuae. 112.00 weekly: position permanent.
CLARKE CO.. 10& &*rk Av«., New York
for housework, will have good home,
Apply on Sunday, 703 Jackson.
TTT.VNTED—COMPETENT NURSE FOR
•• children. Must be experienced and
come well recommended. Middle aged
woman preferred. Mail applications with
references to No. 2100 Bayard avenue,
Wilmington, Delaware. f20-23-2f
»800 to *1,400. No "layoffs."
Examination lir Wilmington. May 15th.
Common efucatl&n sufficient. Candidates
TUTE, Dept. 619, Rochester, N. T.
X XT ANTED—ABLE-BODIED MEN
vv tween ages 19 and 35 for U. S. Ma
rine Corps. Must be native born or have
first papers. Excellent opportunity to
see the world. Good pay. Clothing, ra
itlons, quarters, medtosl attendance free.
Apply at U. S. MARINE CORPS RK
ICRUITINO STATION. Post Office Build
ing, Wilmington, Del.
w A iU
ARM—30 ACRES. STOCK AND
tools. Single man. properly recom
i mended, a good opportunity to
i farm or truck Apply to DAVID
' DEN, New Castle. Del.
! V OIÎNQ CoLoRJBD " MAN WANTS
I * work aa porter In »tore, work of any
I kind. Apply 502 East 12th St. fM-2t
K^NTEI 1 1 GENTLEMEN
W w u h ^appearance, special c.n
tracts for such men. Splendid opportn
'm.-A'SUU' S. îsA£ x " MON
ELIABLE MÄ5J ÜACH
y to represent Mall Order
118.00 weekly; steady employ
ment. CLARKE CO., 315 Terminal Bldg.,
(New York City. f20-lt
Goods and Furnishing, men cover
ing specific territory isinglo Sûtes pre
ferred.» 7Vs per cent, commission. State"
ß resent accounts. Dl'KB-MACMAHON
ANDKERCHIEF COMPANY. 371 Broad
' wav. New York. f20-lt
\ IN THE REALTY WORLD
?FAL ESTATE FOR SALE
puR ~T(aEb or" rîSnt^ÎÏavïno
* moved to our new coal yard, we of
fer the large business properly, fronting
on Fourth street. Fifth street, and Penn
sylvanla Railroad Freight Yards, tie
yatsd siding, runs through property, over
14 coal bins, large stable, office and .tore;
room. The entire property over t*' 0 *'I
square feet, ground surface Is under roof. (
Immsd'ate coseeaslon THE PHILIP»
1 HOWPSON CO., *00 Bast Fourth street.
dl 2 -tf
I -r— --——
7 OR SALE
A nice lot. r'lps for a building oper- 1
at.on, In a (me location. East side of
Rodney s'rset and south of Pennsyl
rama avenue, loo feet front. Will sell
reasonable. CHAULES C. KURTZ.
(Opposi te Court Houa_e>_ __ 1 D 11 _ Market 3t.
pOR BALE-NEW WIDE FRONT
i houjie*. on Twentieth Ktreet, between
Washington and Jefferaon. Plan ana
f If »- 1 f
F. T CLYMER.
1416 Van Buren St.
ÜOR HALE-ONE OF THE BEST BAR
gains ever offered, 30 acres of form
land, house and bam. located on trolley
and railroad; partly In the town of New
port and only two miles from the city
limita of Wilmington. Will bo sold at
>150 per sore If sold at once. Barn alone
cost J4.000 to build.
WESTON A ANDERSON,
,200 Church Building.
A very desirable suburban
dwelling, only two squares from
trolley. Has 8 rooms nnd bath,
porch, heater, stable, carriage
house. corn crib, pigeon loft,
chicken houao. Lgt 68x100; city
water. A splendid home, only 15
minutes' ride from Fourth and
Price *2800 for quick sale.
c ... .... ,
™«p«Gmen? ' r00m ' ,
lrt th and Pin« Sts. 7 rooms, modern.
L ,1,y 1 f , or "î 1 * a t nd 'Y' 1 '"»«'',
'"«S'TÄk ' P
j Real Esl.f^injuranca ^ Market St.
001,1 rhon **
Rodney »tree!». Ideal In many way*.
I Low price, easy terms, »«me f« rent.
h.ook tho»e up at one«. It will nay
Corner house open Monday and Th
Iilay night» and Sunday afternoon.
1 a. B. HTAYTON.
! pÖr^Tl^-u«« jack^s-'I^e;
* lightfully situated opposite Cool
Spring Park; 10 rooms and 2 baths;
.team heat; side yard. etc. Samuel C.
Bi ddle, No. 303 Delaware Avenue, _
| poR s7\LE-Very desirable homes.
607 Van Buren St,. 9 rooms and bath.
831 Van Burent St., 9 rooms and bath.
F"'d bath, porch, heater, cement
cellar This house I« In good condition
and Is In a convenient location It must
( be sold this month. A bargain for a
JOHN J MONAGHAN
fl3-w ».tf_^_ h* W. S eventh 81
pqjH - SALE-DWELLING. »18 WEST
l' Fourth street. 8 rooms, hath, »»«h:
lhl , properly has Just Iwcn completely
renovated nil through and I« In excellent
condition; would make « nice home, con
v «nient located
venlently ora jqun j MONAGHAN.
I»« W. Seve nth St.
Dinsmore & Go
■ y 8th $t.
BARGAINS IN HOMES.
1103-1118 nnd 1128 West fit
7h> W. 11th Ht., l* room», modern.
807 W. otli fit.. 8 room«, hot water heat.
HU» «ml 2007 Jcffcrnon Bt.. modern.
412-AO&-GU6 and W*1 Franklin Bt.
101 end 108 VV, 2Mh Bt., 8 rooms, new.
1016 IV. 3rd fit., it room», on corner.
15(0 Hancock fit., 7 ronm». new*.
711 nnd 1407 W. 8th fit., 3 room».
130!» VV. MU fit.. 7 room», with stable In
aml farms near
New wide front houses at 6th and
fl3-w » If
Six new house», Just completed, con
trtlnlng »even room» end hath. Combina
tlon g i» ami electric fixture», front and
«» 0 ^
ange and Tatnall streets. , Apply on
^"chIrles e. anderson * honb.
Automatic Phon«« kuo-ss:«.
1 v A 1 -"* x -- —
I < 1ST AND FOUND
T OST — FEBRUARY 1ST . FEMALE
L bull dog. brlndle with white on head,
neck and chest. Weight thirty pounds.
Reward if returned to Dr. Traynor. J07
W.).!.IHKt..o S' 1 '"-l 1
- x uloyment. for men and women, of
;ood character and ability, taking orders |
or fruit and ornamental trees. iiUtnts,
etc. Experience um.c cssary. Highest
frre ouffit j
î\ d 'l re S 1 L.h?Jï l .r Y N?w Y'o?^' C ° 'f 20 -U K '
W' ■ 1 ««>'- MAW 1 ^. A, ,f rR fS?
1 lurér» of Wilmington and vicinity. Must
have general knowledge of muchlnerv
« tilting. P. O. Box 140. Station 6,
■■ .. \-ra_î<E w PROFITABLE FIBtb.
A Brilliant Mexican diamonds ewu-lly
ren^mble genulm*. «I^rv export». QiUfK
sales: large commissions: »end for sue
rial offer MEXICAN DIAMOND IMP.
CO.. Box 12. Haw ('rurPH, N. M.
- « .n„rt nf f ho Vmnire tho
The supreme court of the empire, the
tribunal in Germtny, recently
decided that a lien on machinery will not i
Hold when the latter has been failed In, ;
It thereby becomes part ot the bulld
Ing. and Is subject to the mortgage on the f
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real cstste. [
Shop by Phone
All Dependable Houses.
HARDWARE AND GLASS.
Try one of Chapman's »1 Rasors
Hollow-ground. SO days' trial.
Rasors ground end set ready for uss, 25o
Skates, scissors and knives ground.
* E. J. CHAPMAN.
Delaware avs, and Scott sL
GEORGE FOUNTAIN, Store 840 King
street. Greenhouses. Brandywine Hun
dred. Plant.«. Cut Flowers. Floral De
signs and Decorating a Specialty. Orders
promptly attended to. Both
Our German Silver kid lined *5.00 bag
only »3 50. All other bags reduced^Come
up and see than«
Jeweler, 719 Market SL, 2nd floor.
Ask your Grocer for MATER'S BLUE
LABEL BREAD. Insure» a square deal
and an honest loaf.
9th and Poplar Sts.
East Side Baker,
WB'VFt got it wmt t t nwe rr
OR TIHwrvr <rrTw» L «?iî T IT *
' 1 18 TO BE HAD
Co lie 1 1 ng of Ren t» au pecla tty
° U HAYDEN, successor to
noth 'Phonee Tenth
gg l T - *? .gPg;-Tsnth and Monroo BtA
pOR RENT-4 FLATi. 8 . E. COR.
1* 4th and Jackson Bt».; on* Bat Connell
St-, between 2 nd and 3rd; 10 room house
»K Jsekspn. Apply J. B. KRUBOBJU
4,h Ht F-U
F°^O^-l«04 euirMOhrtf; ig
path ^ heateT "raA « 0 l fîSnV 7 *
iiV ' r ewT»' B t^uornî
i elm.rvla lMl ' CLOUD - 2234 *aXJt
■ lr Yla 18»! _ fl-d-lSBS
TJ OR RENT
808 Van Buran St.. 10 R. A B.
021 Linden Bt 7 R. A B.
Bo. Connell at.. 7 R. & B.
1214 E. 13th 8 t., 6 R. & B.
502 New Coat la Ave., « R. A B.
Apply to WILMINGTON TRUST CO..
10th and Market StA
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
600 YV. Fifth St.. 9 R A B.
815 Vau Buren St., 7 R. & B.
825 Van Buran St., 9 R. A B.
1814 Pennsylvania Ave,. 9 R. A B.
516 H, Harrison St., 7 R. A B.
N. K. Cor. Pennsylvania Ave. and Due
pont St, 10 rooms, bath and store.
2«7 Market St., entire building.
«07 Shipley St.,
929 Reed St., 5 rooms.
196-8-10 Orange Bt., entire building ot
floors Call and look at list.
J. MILTON MADDOX.
No. 602 àhlpley St
entire building or floor«.
FOR R ENT
618 Franklin St. » R A B.
80 S Dupont St.. 6 R A B
WM Franklin St.. U R. A B.
606 W, Twentieth 6».. 10 R. A B.
>217 W. Twentieth Bt.. 10 R. A B.
1116 W Eighth Bt.. 7 R, A B.
1(819 Madison St.. 10 R. A B.
Del. Ave. and Van Buren St., IE R. A B.
511 W. Third Bt., 10 R. A B.
M3 W. Sixth Bt.. 7 R.
SM W. Sixth St.. 7 R.
1200 Oak St.. « R. A B.
2211 Talnall Bt , 8 R. A B.
1407 W. Second SI,, 7 R,
192:! W. Seventh Ht., 6 R.
209 Monroe 81., 7 R.
1302 DuPont St., new. 10 R. A B.
1401 West St.. 8 R. A B.
1117 \V. Eighth Bt., 10 R. A B.
1«"9 Rodney Ht., 10 R. A B.
1202 E Twenty-second SI., (I R. A B.
418 E. Sixth SI., I» R. A B.
4»8 E. Sixth St,, 9 R. A B.
417 E. Second St.. 8 R.
«23 E. Twenty-second St., S R. A B.
1221 Apple Bt.. 4 B.
1204 Heald Bt.. C R. A B.
810 Buttonwood St., 6 R.
ID Robinson St.. 5 R.
«11 E. Eighth Bt., * R.
2116 I.amotto SI., 7 R. A R.
17»4 Broome St.. 10 R. A B.
219 Concord Ave., 7 R. A B
*21 Van Burent St . 8 R. A B.
m S. Jackson 8t„ 8 R. A B.
«15 W. 4th St., 10 R A B.
904 W. «th Bt.. 7 rooms.
1007 Adams HI , 10 R. A B.
age w. ?th st.. 9 r. a b.
80 « Kirkwood St., 8 rooms.
Stable—rear of 229 Broome St.
Nice apartments tn good location.
Offices with good scrvli .«. nie« light
and reasonable in price.
"" U-, ! a,
1 ThP GhnSflâlia
* i « i « Uf 1 l » »?
1812 Market St.
6 RoOIIIS, bath. Hot Water Hid
steam heat. _
W. Wlh PL. > r ®°*
TO W. »a Bt.. 7 room«,
M.e«t Bt 9 room«.
mj duPo u St 6 r^mJ'
I S? rnf.fSi aV' S
Lfll *-••> • »» House«^ln *il qartlon«
A B STATTON 707 Shlplsy^ StTSSt
I WOB RENT—NEW PORT, DEL..
«lorynnd attic !hou»^ t 'rooms, M
£f* JOHN A. C RAN8TCW, 10§ King
t^scvd dCMT »
F DR- RLN T \
No. lull Market Street.
(Opposite Court House)
919 Markal Strut.
Jonjjd Bt., 9 K m B ..
}1 ftif ff • } « * ö::
« SâÎI IÏ
nodney St , ' 7 R A B
hi» King st,. 1 « r » a......
22 « Broome 81., 10 R A B .
1315 W, 9th 81., 10 R * B..
5 W. 7th 8L, small room for office.
f. J. O'KEEFE.
^^iu ; S\V«»t 2eventh >> 8L
1919 W. 8th St.. « rooms
80S W. 3rd St.. 6 R .
40 « Lincoln St.. 8 R .
I * FELL S. 4th and 81
DAltliKD PLYMilUfH ROCKS, PURK
strain eggs and stock for sate.
B. A. GROVES.
| D, & A 128-D
pgg SAl.É-LÀfcOE ÖÄK Sipß
j Slf^l. T Awly «« W.ft.^fiT
RHODE ISI.AN^) REDS EGOS'AN®
^ ä ,o a
—A5^L?* , e
« ou «aLE-A BURROUOH 8 ADDING
r machine, tn splendid condition. Ad
A-30, Journal Office. f20-2t
* *™* MM *^— ***»
ROOMS FOR RENT.
IRABD-M5, 807 AND 809 RACE ST.,
vr Philadelphia. Rooms, 36c, 36o. 60c. ,
O entlemtn only. fc l-lÿ
TT°H RENT-FUHNïSHED ROOM» FOR ^
? ngn t housokoepln^. 901 E. fitb St. •
OR RENT-ROOM WITH BOARDS
also doctor's office. 816 West SL
f -poR IrKnT
5 r rooms, light and heat. 508 W. Fourth
[ fU-lm-eod j
MILK, CREAM AND BUTTER.
8. H. R1DGWAY. 110 E. 8th St..
Wholesale snd Retail dealer In Milk,
Cream and Butter.
Manufacturers ot les Cream and Snow
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEER»
E. L. Rice. Jr.. Architect and Civil En
gineer. H. F. SanvlIIe. Electrical and Con
structive Engineer. E. L. RICE, JR.
COMPANY. Offices 816 Markst 8t„ Wil
mington. Del., 71» Girard Truit Bldg.,
Philadelphia. Pa. dS-s.o.4-|( '
D. A A Phone 3060 ____
DR. HOWARD C. WATSON,
Officfl 20«' W. Fourth 8L
D. A. A. 4406-A.
~ "P rTnT^GRAVED 7 '
Address Included, also choice ot » styles
"Print Graving and 9 different slag
cards. OSCAR B. SHARP A CO-,
dI9-ly 842 King WL
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