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SMYRNA Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. SMYRNA, Del.. Fob. 14.—Edward ! G. Walls entertained Mrs. Elisabeth Curry yesterday in honor of Mrs. Cur-j ry's seventy-fourth birthday anni- j Hon. Walter O. Hoffccker is at- ; lending the National Cannera' Con vent ion at Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Hof fecker is visiting relatives in Phila delphia.—Miss Emma Hough is the versary. guest of relatives at Denton. Md.— Mis» Florence Walls, of Churchhlll, Md., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smyrna Woman's Temperance Union will G. Wails.—The Christian hold Its annual extension next Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William A, Faries. meeting Free 98c EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME f ■i . Regular $5.50 Car pet Sweeper with every Room-size Brussels, Velvet and AxminsferRug Regular $2.50, 27x 54 Reversible Smyr na Rug in the la test designs and colorings , Special 98c D - 5 ; '&KING 5T5 WILMINGTON DEL" FREE À This Gigantic February Saie Is Smashing All Records A Record Breaking Week in Floor Covering Specials Sensation of the year. A tremendous sale differing from all familiar others. There'll he a frantic rush for these bargains this week. ( ret here early before they're all gone. The prices are far below actual coat, and only through our gigantic purchasing pewer. Terms; Well, we fix them to suit your own individual convenience. Linoleum Bargains Matting Specials Special Offerings From Our Rug Department The Genuine Tiger Brussels Rugs 9x12 ft. Size We have 500 rollp of China and Japanese Mattings to he sold at* prices less than ac tual cost, include the latest designs in fine, new dean coverings, and every roll guaranteed to be perfect goods. •fa* r* mVj ^Thc Seamless I less Brussels 9x12 ft. Size Pcer n These mattings j' ' ■ ; I i Rug m m ï r"\ 1 tmum A f V. Are made in beautiful patterns and colors. Only the best of worsted yarn is used. They are closely woven and make a very handsome dining or bedroom rug. rugs would cost half as much again if bought from any other dealer. Regular price $19.50. Sale price.<• This rug is guaranteed all wool worsted, with extra heavy L-St Don't miss these specials. Printed linoleum remnants. Regular 45c, 60c and 95c heavy cork oil back linoleums in bright new patterns. Dur able and lasting, for ,tj u nap and a large assortment of designs for every room in the house. r 4. « These c: [y All fast colors, in Hnr oriental and m ** $11.98 floral designs, for $25.50. Sale price. This rug sells regularly $14.49 I r ■ "* <*■ ~ « c t HINA. Regular * 9,oo roll •.. $6.06 Regular $I2.0't roll Regular $10.mi roil .$10.50 JAPANESE. Regular $12.60 roil ..... $0.49 Regular $17.00 roll ... $12.»* Full line of Cre* Mattings at greatly reduced prices The Peerless Wilton Velvet Rugs The Famous Sloan's Axminster Rugs $7.»8 29c I 9x11 Size 9x12 Size the Sq. Yd. : Make Your Own Terms Are masterpieces of the designers' art- W oven from the finest selected all-wool worsted yarn, in such a manner that they will give years of satisfactory wear. We absolutely guarantee the colors to be fast. Fine selection of parlor and living room designs. Regular price $25.00. Sale price .'.. Rich, high pile Rugs in beautiful designs and floral patterns, of exquisite designs and colorings. The quality is of the best and only the finest yarns are used. We highly recomtpend these rugs. They make a very soft, pliable floor covering and are sold regularly for $29.00. Sale price . Pay As to Your Own Convenience $14.98 $18.98 i Dr. C. T. Horner's $16 Celebrated Sanitary Elastic Cotton Felt Mattress $9.98 Every Brass Bed in This Sale is Fin ished With Celebrated Vitrified Lac quer Which is Guaranteed for 5 Years. > This Celebrated Mattress is made of Best Quality Felt. The ma terial is worked into loose, flaky sheets. Those sheets are formed into layers, each Mattress consisting of 10 layers, and Is thoroughly felted. These mattresses are sold regularly for $16,00, but by special arrange ment with manufacturer we are making the price $9.98. We have only a limited number at this price, so don't delay your purchase too long. ,/i / j -» •> ». This $10.00 IF, Ihis $16.00 COUCH > 4.98 -> V % COUCH $8.98 i*fc± ■ Our Regular $10 Felt Mattress reduced to t 50c a M eek Guaranteed Vermin Proof. >6.49 This $36 00 Brass This $35.00 Brass Bed, Bed, $35 Four-Piece Mission Library Suite, (MQ Exactly Like Cut , iqJIV./O M $22.50 Golden Oak Buffet, at $ 19.00 $ 18.75 if > ï ï > & s*i ( « $12.98 lit V ï I : I . !.. E3SI /I * i I x M6 .!m v9 V* '■ ~ o / TTTTin I V? I I I ll I I I I I M/4 ( *V US n Exactly Like Cut 50c Per Week [ f -fc*'-, Rft \ Ps-PfPsZ _f V vv h.\ IT pi ll mr . n iff t I L /» 1 ®ji| f In appearance exactly like cut. Must be seen to be appreciated Reg. price $22.50. Sale price . J/ p i // IT I 1 I $12.98 Wj ÄttfWWlrtWjwm« 'là i , • M t» I 50e Per Week. Exactly Like Cut. 50c Per Week. This bed is the latest Spring de sign and Is positively the gteateet bargain ever offered. It has 3-lnch posts with heavy tee hall mounts, 14 1 l-2-4nch fillers with full mount. Notice the extra heavy top rod con struction. Makes a very massive bed standing over 6 feet in height. Regu IIh. 75 lar price $36.00. Sale price ..$19.00 if I ( G.afi' MH. o H C# 'riJmilMlUdW* iVAvxi r Exactly Like Tut. This bed has 2-inch posts with heavy vases. Ha s 4 1 t-2-inch top rods and 10 1 1-2-Inch fillers in head and fool. This bed is very cleanly made ami makes a beautiful appear ance. Regular price $36,50. Sale price V Ir j Watch Our Windows For Special Bargains ALL GOODS PURCHASED DURING THIS SALE WILL BE STORED FREE UNTIL FUTURE DELIVERY ~T7i~rffî wf W An at IP ■ il ; 9 I 'I' % 4, . i" (71 54 "Ä" The Ogden-Howard Co. Store Open Tuesday and Saturday Evenings * p. MILFORD Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. MILFORD, Del.. Feb. 14 —The Adult Bible Class of Rev. W. R. Mow bray, of the Avenue Methodist Epls copal church, has a membership of 140 students. The class meets each Sunday afternoon in the auditorium 'of the church, The members of the Avenue Metho dist Episcopal church and Sunday School gave a kitchen shower at the chapel. The Alphi Phi Literary Society of the Milford High School held a musi cale and social at the school building last night. Revival meetings are still in pro gress st the M. P. Church. Mad dogs are said to be plentiful in the town of Frederica and three were killed there on Sunday. Alexander Harrington, Sr„ father of GAS AND ICE PLANT SOLD. SELBY VILLE, Del., Feb. 14.—The Delaware Light and Ice Company, composed of prominent business men of Sclbyville, has purchased the charter, franchise and real estate of the rhincatiiaRuc Light and Power Company from the Ijcwes C,hs Com pany. The new holders will at once begin the creation of a modern gas and ice plant on Chtncatuague Island at an expense of $60,000. Alexander Harrington, Jr., principal of the Scaford public schools, is ill at t|te home of bis son Warren Har rington. in Frederica, of paralysis. Town Council will meet this even ing to go over the recent town assess ment. A. J. W. Harper who had the con tract to tear down th burned store district of Dr. R. Y. Watson has fin ished the work and Is now cleaning up the debris. negro in Delaware, died at his home on Iron Hill, in Peneader Hundred, last Saturday and was burled on Tuesday, Potman claimed to be 112 years old. Potman vl*>nt«d to have exchanged words with Jeffenson Davis. "A Handbook of English for Engin eers" is the title of a book written by W. Owen Syphcrd, professor of Eng lish at Delaware College, which has .hist been published by a Chicago pub lishing house. Mrs, Edith Smith Davis, of Hart ford. Wis.. representing the National Temperance Committee, lectured in Delaware College Oratory Wednes day night. AGED NEGRO SAID HE KNEW MEF" DAVIS Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. NEWARK, Feb. 14.—-Richard Cot mau. believed to have been the oldest REHOBOTH BEACH De U E eli 14.— Miss Special to THE EVENING JOl RNAL. REHOBOTH, Elsie King, of Milton, visited Miss Green over Sunday.—Miss Olive} Lekltea was taken to Jefferson Hos pital on Monday for appendicitis Mrs. Charles S. Mom has returned after a lengthy visit to Philadelphia,, Wilmington and other points of terest.—Mr. and Mrs. William OM, of Trenton, visited Mr. Ott's sister, Mrs. Frederick A. Koss. Hie week-end. —Fred A. Ross was home a tew days last week with his family.—-Bishop Kinsman held service on afternoon at All Maints' **'cb*rgy House.—Dr. William R. Messlck* anil C. S. Horn were in Wilminton a few days last week.—William Thompson, of Dover, is spending some time at! the Thompson cottage here.—Julian Townsend, of Selbyvlllc, is staying at the Windsor Hotel.—Charlie Short, of TO CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blouth will the thirty-fourth anni I versary of thetr wedding on next Sun day ( . elpbrnt „ SPOT I' BROTHEKHOOD RECEPTION r 0 Scott Brotherhood 1s making plans the annua) reception to their wives and lady friends. This annual affair la always a pleasing social event. ! riovrr "'■•k a visitor here on Wednea | day.—Edmont Horn, of Philadelphia, i visited hia father last week.—Miss! i Miriam Lingo and Katharine Ross .... , ho ir i Sl n ,h evening at the rectory ir I Lewerf with a number of frlenda of Bishop Kinsman. I DINNER FOR MON. A dinner was given by Fr»d H. Rteinle, at Winkler's Cafe last night, in honor of the birth of his son. Those present were David Siicllenburg, .T, T. j Hoey, George Wolstenlioltne, E. M Cabtnlss, George H. McGovern. How ard A. Turner, E. B, Griffeuburg and Charles Taylor. 1 GOES SOUTH. Mr and Mra. E. M. Hoopes and daughter, Mildred, and Mr. and Mrs. T. Chalkley Hatton left today for Summerville, S. C . to remain for soma time. * , MINI, it.K. nim itt.lt u,i.. 1 Tho Rpv 5 Hendemm. formerly • pastor of the Unitarian Church, but now 0 f Philadelphia, has been called j to Missouri by the critical illness of his mother.