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BETTER THAN '
MEDICINE
Breathe Hyomei and be rid of Catarrh '
—Clears Stnpped-up Head.
Nature has a remedy for catarrh
and troubles of the breathing organs,
a treatment that la far better than
dosing the stomach With medicine.
It is the healing oils and balsams
Of Hyomei which medicates the air
you breathe, reaching the moat re
mote air cells in the nose, throat and
iungs, killing the catarrhal germs,
and restoring health to the mueous
membrane.
In using Hyomei you are treating
you catarrhal troubles with the
natural remedy, for it gives a cura
tive air bath to the air passages. It
has a powerful healing and antisep
tic effect similar to the air In the
mountains where the forests give off
the fragrant and healing balsams.
Hyomei has benefited so many suf
ferers of the worst cases of catarrh,
with offensive ' breath, raising of
mucus, frequent sneezing, droppings
in the throat and spasmodic coughing
that it is sold under'an absolut" guar
antee to refund the money if it does
not do all that is claimed for it. if
the treatment does not help you, there
will not be a penny's expense, while
If H cures the cost Is nominal. A
complete Hyomei Outfit sells for only
Î1.00. Kxtra bottles of liquid if later
needed 50 cents.
Pruggists everywhere.
NEWPORT
Special to THE KVKNIXG JOURNAL
NKWPORT. April 2.—The monthly
meeting of the W. C, T. U. organiza
tion will be held in their headquar
ters. the Reading Room, on Wednes
day afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
The Ushers' Uunion of the M. B-.
church are planning to hold a series
of socials, as soon as arrangements
can he made.
The funeral of John Thomas Young
as ho died at the home of his son. T.
Walter Young, took place yesterday
afternoon from hi« late residence in
this town. Interment wae made at St.
lames' cemetery. Mr. Young, who was
90 years of age. had been a well
known citizen of the town for many
years. He was a mein her of the New
port Methodist Kpiseopal church and
Sunday R«;hool. He was also a vet
eran of the Civil War. He is survived
by his sons, T. Walter Young of this
place, Edward Young, of Wilmington,
and Lewis Young, of Chester.
Mrs. Viola Wilson and Mrs. Carrie
McCauley of Wilmington, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Stuart
on Sunday.—Mr., and Mrs. Edward
Mitchell and daughter Margaret, of
Wilmington, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. John Scarborough.—Mr. and
Mrs. -Harley A. Moualey and family
were visitors of the Rev. and Mrs. J.
H. Mitchell.—George P. Frederick is
improving—Miss Mary Scarborough
has been visiting her sister. Sirs. Elsie
Pattou of New Castle.—Mrs. Maggie
Hall of Wilmington, is spending some
time with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John Scarborough.
—Residents of Pine Grove are rais
lag fund« to build a public hall.
—Hagerstown plasterers are on
MARYLAND NEWS NOTES
strike for an advance in wages from
S3 to $3.50.
— The recent high waters caused
heavy loss to goldfish cultivators In
Frcdcrlqk county.
—The new Mount Union United
Brethren Church, near Snydcrshurg,
was dedicated Sunday.
—Thieves raided the smoki-house of
D, E. Hager, hear Reed, and stole a
lot of smoked meats
, UBfalthMness Mrs.
Isaiah S. (.lass has flletl suh in Hag
e! '—3T four-volume' 1 "Life of Lincoln'
^rrr^ North KMt Hlgh
—The Cecil Countv Commissioners
will construct a eone.rete bridge ovei
Stone Run. near New Bridge.
—Thrown from a wagon in a colit
Sion, E, Z. Riley, of Red Turkey, cs
taped injury, while the vehicle was
damaged.
—Joh'n H. Mlddiekauff. incumbent;
Frank N. Fahrney and John Wood are
candidates for fire marshal at Hag
erstown.
—Mrs." Woodrow Wilson has con
tributejl to a bazaar now being held
by the ladies of Chestertown a dainty
handkerchief.
—William J. Peach and Grason H.
fient, of Coqjveysville. have announced
themselves candidates for County
Treasurer.
—Crushed when a jack slipped
while helping to move a house in
Coils. Frank George had to have part
of one hand amputated.
—The breaking of a wheel on a
freight car caused a freight wreck on
the Baltimore K- Ohio at Oldtown,
three tracks
hours.
—Several hundred dollars' worth
of hospital necessities and $125 in
money was contributed to the Havre
de Grace Hospital during donation
month.
— Tn a 20-mile chase by the Sheriff.
William Catlett, alleged to have been
enught trying to break into the house
being blocked three
of H. A. Stockslager, near Funkstown
cscaped. ,
—A pardon lias been granted
Charles Wllchcr. serving 20 years in
the penitentiary for burglarizing the
home of Norman Rice, Hagerstown.
hecausc of bad health.
—A committee of 15. with Nicholas
Herbdff as chairman, was named at
Ü public meeting to devise ways and
means for organising a new Catholic
congregation at Overlea.
—Judge W. H Harlan, of Belair. is
presiding over Tnwson Court in the
absence of Judge Duncan, who is at
Atlantic City, recovering from rheu
matism.
—Charged with interfering with a
teacher while conducing a public
school in Port Deposit, Teresa May,
colored, was fined $20 and costs by
Magistrate Ash. of Elkton.
—Suit to enforce back support has
been instituted in Hagerstown by Mrs.
Sarah A. Mondel against her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Annie W. XTllum Jones, on
the ground that she was given prop-
erty by the mother under that under-
standing.
-—Wliile undergoing an operation
at the Hagerstown Hospital, his rl-ht
hand having hen mangled in machin
ery. Thomas L. Clifton received word
from home that a fence tjad been
blown on two of his children and one
injured internally.
— William H Snyder sold his 134
were farm In Conococbeague district
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TRANSFERS
OF REAL ESTATE
The following transfers of real es
tate were recorded this week at the
office of the City Registry Clerk;
Lynch Brothers Company to Annie
C. Davis, north side of Tenth street,
16 feet east.of duPont street, consid
eration, $28u0.
Stanislaw Kotowsk. and wife to
Anton Dominiak and wife, southeast
side of Brown street 72 feet north
east of Stroud street, consideration,
$1800.
Frank W. Todd, et. al., to James
Wharry, intersection of northwest
side of Market street, with the south
west side of Twenty-seventh street,
consideration $5.
William H. Bowers to Arthur C.
La Roche, southwest corner of Sev
enth and Jefferson streets, considera
tion $5500.
Margaret P. Vernon to William A.
Lloyd, west side of Jefferson street,
117 feet north of Fourth street, con-j
sidération $2250.
Gotthold Yeager to Frank A. Fitz
gerald, scutU side of Third street,
street, 106 feet west of Van Buren
street, consideration, $1725.
Dellaven Morris and wife to Chas,
J. Kennedy, southwest side of Nine
teenth street, 98 feet northwest of
Tatnall street, consideration $3700.
Elmer Grason to Herman Dohl, lot
10 feet southwest of Twenty-first
street, 205 feet north west of Jeffer
son street, consldoratiou $1800.
Harry Orenstein to Joseph Bilker
and wife, northeast corner of Town
send > nd B streets, consideration,
$2900.
Maria Fisher to Frank Bcdweli,
west side of Pine street, 300 feet
north of Twenty-second street, con
sidération, $1800.
Emma Taylor to Horatio M. Price,
property at No. 717 Monrco street,
consideration, $2800.
Margaret J. Butler to David N.
Sherer and wife, property No. 1111
Cade street, consideration. $500.
Sarah M. Vernon to Osie R. Oil
ils, south side of Reed street lUO
feet west of Harrison street, consid
eration $825.
Wieraysian Wladkowskl to John T.
Wladkowski, sofith side of Maple
street. 98 feet west of Vau Buren
street, consideration $100.
Hannah Johnson, et. al., to Annie
S. Zaring, property at No. 1822 West
Eleventh street, consideration $850,
William G. Jones, Jr., to Elizabeth
J. Danforth, southwest corner of
Broome street and Gilpin avenue,
consideration, $5. The same prop
erty by Charles R. Jones, et al., to
William G. Jones, Jr., consideration,
same.
DOVER RED MEN
ELECT OFFICERS
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
DOVER, Del., April 2,—The follow
ing have been elected officers of
W&ncta Tribe, No. 33. 1. O. R. M., of
this town for the next six months:
Prophet, R. J. Ferguson; Sachem, L.
C. Josting; Senior Sagamore, H. C.
Taylor, Jr.; Sagamore, George F.
Jones; Chief of Records, W. C. Jost
ing; Keeper of Wampum, W. h. Clay
ton; Trustees, W%L Clayton.
William H. Walker and Charles J.
Luff, the newly appointed Jury Com
missiouers, met in Dover yesterday
and qualified for the perfortnace of
their duties.
At the monthly meeting of the Kent
County Levy Court held Imre Vcster
day, James H. Hughes appeared be
f ol ' p the Court and explained tho
operations of the new good roods
pa8s od hy the present General
Assembly, for the benefit of the road
Bl ,p orv lsors, who did not unéeistaml
their duties
Tllp Court appointed the following
additional road supervisors: James
™(f diSS'"?
K1^: j. m««
Salevan, tenth district,
The ass.-ssors who made the scrap
assessment for the present year were
allowed 20 cents a name.
The bond of J. D. ScoOt, of tho
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First Representative District us Col
lector was presented and accepted.
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K1)K> LODGE OFFICER''.
Grand Master Lewis and staff will
install the newly elected officers of
Kden Lodge No. 34. 1. O. O. F., to
morrow. They are N. O.. Thomas E.
Grier. Jr.; V. G., Charles H. Forward;
Secretary. Ernest C. Parks; Assist
ant Secretary, Stephen F. Jackson,
The Degree staff association of
Eden Lodge will have a meeting and
rehearsal Wednesday,
o'clock.
April 2, 8
Washington county, to Jacob
Sprecher for $5500.
—Cecil County Methodist Protest
ant ministers and lay delegates have
ROae to Lynchburg, Va., to attend
Maryland Conference.
M.
Spent $790 on Feel
People With Sore, Tired,
Swollen Feet, Read This:
Vouched for by Levengood & Strlck
1er, Druggists of Latrobe, Pa.
"George Umoltis bought two pack
agcfi KZO and In about four weeks
caB10 and Kaid hc wanted it advor
, , and a „ chargeB . s0 the peo
l>
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plu would know how good it is.
oaid for 7 year« he hadn't «food on his
feet, he apont $700 for doctor billa. Hc
only used one package of KX.O and can
run and jump Ilk* a boy. He whk all
smile's about EZO."
N, Ft Danforth sella EEO. a refined
ointment for Sore, aching, Weary feet,
for 25 cent« a jar.
He
PROPOSALS.
K0P08AIJS FOB. SAI.E OP BUHUUb
The Board of Public Education
Wilmington, Delaware, will rnotjvi s«Hl«d
proposal.-) Tor all or any pert of forty thou
sand dollars' school building and «quipment
bonds, known
o'clock, p m . Saturday. April 5, 1913.
on in form and bear in
four and one half per
Bond
Claaa A and H, until 8
as
Said bunds are
tercat at the rate o
centum per annum, and are of the denomina
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tion of one thousand dollars each, being due
and payable:
years, and Class B, $20,000, after seventeen
years. Proposal« muit be in strict accor
dance with thn circular advertisement and
must be submitted on forms prepared by
the Board of Public Education, which will
be supplied on application to the secretary.
The right to reject is reserved.
HARRY J. GUTHRIE.
Secretary the Board of Public Education, in
Wilmingt«« Del
Class A. $20,000, after fifteen
marlT.l», -'1.24. -«.20.31 «pr3.3
LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL, GLOSSY HAIR,
NO DÄNDRUFF— 25 CENT "DANDERINE
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HAIK ( «MIM; Ol Tf—IE WHY, RKITTI.K, THI> OK VOI K SI'.iLI*
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j proves that they are happily cast,
something which is a characteristic
of the Avenue productions.
play had made a succees In New York
and other cities wag no sure sign of
its acceptance here for Wilmington
people prefer to do their own think 1
j,ig p, t ij C dramatic as well us other
iipes. Its selection was due to the fact
Manager Conness believed that it
Within ten minutes after an appli
cation of Dundorine you cannot find
a single trace of Dandruff or a loose
or falling hair and your scalp will
not Itch, but what will please you
most will be after a few weeks' use,
when you wiii actually see new hair,
tine and downy at first —yes—but
really new hair—growing all over the
scalp.
A little Dandorinc will Immediate
ly double the beauty of your hair. No
difference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Dandorinc and carefully draw It
THE SPENDTHRIFT
TEACHES USEFUL LESSON
Though different in many respects
from the attractions which have been
offered by the Avenue Theatre In its
excellent repertoire of this euaeon,
"The Spendthrift" seems likely to end
Uie week with the reputation of hav
ing been ono of the most thoroughly
enjoyable présentai ions yet made. It
it a drama with a useful lesson, us all
real dramas hav«. but brought out at
the ei(d of a aeries of interesting cir
cumstances uud opportunities for de
cidedly excellent acting.
It gives the Avenue players an op
portunity to show their versatility,
and in addition a glance at the show
That the
No-Rim-Cut Tires
10% Oversize
What Will It Cost
to Know?
What will it cost to know—and forever—
what Goodyear tires mean to you?
Surely nothing at all. A No-Rim-Cut tire
■the leading tire of the world—will surely
serve at least as well as others. And a
test may save you half your tire upkeep.
These are savings big enough
to see.
Judge by Meter
Let actual, mileage tell you
which tire to adopt. There is
no need for guesswork.
And remember that legions
and legions of men have made
this test on Goodyears. Men
have used them for 14 years—
used two millions of them.
As a result, these tires now
outsell every other tire in ex
istence.
As another result, last year
alone our sales increased by 125
per cent.
None Like Them
Experience has proved that we
control the only satisfactory way
to make tires of this type. And
countless men now know it.
That is why the demand for
tires that can't rim-cut centers
on Goodyear No-Rim-Cut tires.
Then the Goodyear tire in a
dozen ways is better than other
tires. Our book will explain
them to you.
No Petty Saving
Be fair to yourself, and fair to
us, by giving a test to these
wonderful tires.
Don't look for petty savings.
Look fbr something decisive.
Statistics show that rim-cut
ting ruins 23 per
cent of all old
type tires.
And our 10
per cent over
size with the
They have
won, perhaps,
300,000 users.
See if they can't
win you.
Write for the
Goodyear Tire
Book — 1 4th
year edition. It
tell» all known
Goodyear
No-Rim-Cut Tires
With or Without
Non-Skid Treads
average car,
adds 25 per cent
to the tire mile
age.
way» to econo
mize on tire».
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO., Akron, Ohio
connertlon wkiatrvnr with «nt other
Xhle « omimny haa *_
rubl»er conceru which usee the tioodyeiar nauie.
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newest and most desirable styles lor Spring and Summer
are licre in grand display. Women's and Misses
$22.00 Suits in new models and labrics.
Special at . . ..
$20.00 Mens Suits ol Serge and Fancy
Weaves. Special.
No. Charge lor Alterations—Credit at Cash Prices.
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wag just the kind of production which
I would suit the people here, am) In this
ho again showed Ills ability to meet
the needs and cater to the tastes of
the local people. There will be a sne
cessful week for "The Spendthrift."
through your hsir, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect Is amaz
ing—your hair will be light. Huffy and
wavy, and have an appearance of
abundance; an incomparable lustre,
softness and luxuriance, the beauty
and shimmer of true hair health
Gel a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Dunderine from any drug store or
toilet counter, and prove to yourself
tonight—now—that your hair Is as
pretty and soft as any—that it has j
been neglected or injured by careless
treatment—that's all you surely can
have beautiful hair and lots of It If
you will just try a little Danderlne.
FATHER OF 37 CHILDREN
IS ROOSEVELT ADMIRER
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tlon possessed by H. T. Hertsog. a
rancher-farmer living near Palermo,
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rhrot! tlin«'H lias llortsog married
widows with large fatniliea.
Mr. Hertgog Is 70 years old. looks
like a man of 60, takes cure of 35
head of cattle and 11 horses, grew
1200 bushels of grain Inst year, and
hauled It to market himself.
r. 0. OF A. I'KESIDEM' HERE.
Mrs. Sarah U. Waldman has been
entertaining the National President
of the Patriotic Order of Americans,
Mrs. M. W. Wilkinson, of Ricbomud.
Virginia.
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PRINTERS
WKIUHNU INVITATIONS, >l.5ll
and up 600 Bus n ota Cant«, $1.35.
Printing and Engraving. No.
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JOHNSTON.
til5 Market 8t.
NOTICES
DARK OUR UKAN8 BOSTON
Exchange
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bam.
15 c.
wlHi
1 unrliroom, No. 8 Kaat Seventh St. niarll I
at vie,
VT OT1« K -U. A. CHURCH HAS KF.
moved hU dontUt utkev from No. 70 «
Mnrko« airrot to hia homn, No. 504 Weal
NIMH atroot. I'llont, 3004
'J' UK
apod
I. a You can get 11 unit !.. nrA..- i at! ;r, tt;
and wnikmanahlp gunranlfad, at H. Wilier,
Urnta' Tailor, No. 040 Klag
fob., 7m.
mil; Im.
.ABIES AND «1BNTI.EMKN OF
Wilmington arc invited to call and 1 In
and
full li
of spring na in pi
Ladies' and
sfreel
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
ir K HAVE AN M'TOMOBILK ACCES
If sory of merit Have you any money to
further il a mérita in thia
write HaloaniMioiicer. No. 700 Parkway Build
ing. Pliiiadelphia.
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Notice la hereby given that l.ettera of \4m)n
Utrnllon, upon the einte of Michael II. Me
F.villy, Intc of Wilmington hundred, doccn.cd.
were duly granted unto John R.Hvaly,
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RE(aSTKR> NOTICE.
MICHAEL H McEVU.LT,
OF
be
Eleventh day of March. A. I). 1913. and «11
J pcrs.iMM indebted to the said dcceaaed Mfi 8
quested to make payment to the Adminis
trator. withma delay, and «II peraons hsv
, dcm.nd. »g>ln>t the drcc.ed »
qui red to exhiht and present the same, duly
probated, to the «nid admlnintrator. on or be
fore the oleronth day of March, A. D. 1014.
or abide by the law in this behalf.
JOHN E. HRALYg Adminlatrator
Jr , Attorney.«! liaw,
marl? eod Ot
Add
Wilmington, Del,
S Adams
LEGAL NOTICE.
UHMOKN PUBLIC HANK VS
INTKKNATIONAL M ETAL CO.
SUPttKMK rOPHT, KIND'S COUNTY.
THE I'UBI.D' HANK OF N KW YORK
CITY,
METAL CM LIND COMPANY,
WILSON, CHIttHTIAN WILSON,
band: AD(
hie wife;
COMPANY :
P A NY ;
P \ N V ;
PANV;
WARD MURPHY, defendants.
the above named dsfendsnls: YOU
ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO «newer the
rnmplaint in tMa eriion and to serve a eopy
of your answer on the plaintiff's attorney«
within twenty »lays after the aernri* of thia
xrlualve of the day of service;
nf your failure to appear or
«'fit will hr taken against you
b) default, for the relief demanded in the
plnint.
Dated. New York, OotoKer 33rd. I PI 2.
BEVINS AND FLUKGKLMAN. attorneys
for plainliff. Office and IV O. address, 209
Broadway, Manhattan. New York city.
1 *o til I 8 Taylor, defendant :
in going auinmo
• pubUoolion. pursuant to an order of Hon.
William J. Kelly, Justice of the Supreme
Court of the Stale of New York, tied March
14, 1013, and filed with the original com
plaint, In the office of the Clerk of the
County of Kings, at the County Court House,
in the borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings,
city and Mute of New York.
Dated New York. March 15th. 1018.
Your*, etc.. BEVINS AND FLUKGKLMAN.
attorney« for plaintiff, office and P. O. ad
!t»0 Broadway, Manhattan, New Yo
r ! 9.36 apr J.0,10.23.30.
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DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
'V TATE OF DEL a W \ R E. OFFICE OF
HKCHKTAUY OF STATE
CERTIFICATE OE DISSOLUTION
To All To Whom These Present May Come,
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-♦ing
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Wticrras. If np|t,*!»»-H to n»v aaliefacHnn. hr
duly authenticated record of the proc-cdingn
for the voluntary dissolution thereof, by the
of all the stockholders deposit« d in
my office, the Krebs Pigment and Chemical
a corporation of thia state, whose
principal office is situated in the town of
Newport. eount| ol Neu Castle, state of
J. Kreb • President, »,eii»g
agent therein sod in eharge thereof, upon
whom process may be served, haa roraplied
with the requirements of "An Art providing
1 Corporation Law." amended and
approved March 7. A. f>. KH» I, amended and
approved March 17, A. 1». 1903, amended and
approve«! March 29, A. I», 1905, amended and
approved March 81. A. D. 1907, amended anil
approved April 5, A. I). 1909. and amended
ami approved March 31, 1911, preliminary to
the issuing of thin
CRIITIFIUATB of dissolution.
Now. therefore, I, Thomas W. Miller, Bee
retary of Htafe of the Rfate of Delaware, do
hereby c« rtifj UahI the said corporation did,
on the «event* cWh day of March, A. D. 1913.
Hie in the office, a duly executed and attested
consent, in writing, to tho dissolution of said
corporation, executed by all the stockholders
Ibtreof, «in- h aald consent ana the records
of the proceedings aforeaaid, are not
in my said office, as provided bv law.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. T
have hereunto net ray hand and
«•fficial seal, at Dover, this «even
4HEAL) teen th day of March, in the year
thousand nine
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Delaware. H
til.
of our Lord,
hundred and thirteen.
THOM AH W. MILLER.
Secretary of State.
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you
ss
The Equitable Guarantee
and Trust Company,
N. W. Cor. Ninth and Market Sts.
$500,000
$ 78 f ).(fbo
Capital .
Earned Surplus and Undivided Profits
DANCING.
Miss McClafferty
Pythian Casfla
908 WEST STREET
Member of the American Bocletji
Professors of Dancing. Now York.
Monday evenings.
lustra»tien S to t.
9 to 11—Orchestra.
Children's class Saturday at 10 30 a.
Private less- .is dally Rootlet.
Phones I Sehr.nl. ?45". T> -tdeoee MV*?.
m.
HAIR DRESSING
l) miimiKSS LULL LINK OF HAUL
»I • work. Uombings made into braid«.
Pompadour« «nd Duft». , No. 511 Oranga
street. fab4 8m.
EVANB. NO. BOI KING
Bhampooing, facial maasage,
Combings made up Phone
fehl 6ro.
K8. E.
IffHl
hair dressing.
«785 A.
M
M ISS FRANCKS MULHERIN. FOR
merly at No. 82» Market «treat, hat re
mured to No 820 Market street Shampooing.
facial maaaaga, electrical
full line of switches
also combings
mad« up D. A A. 'phone 58B0A.
scalp treatment,
treatment, manicuring;
and transformations.
tlf
mlS-lyr.
\ ' TriTI.E ATTENTION nY AN EXPERT
each week, liHpa wonderfully. We ara
perla. Hair draailng. manicuring, acalp
treatment, face and head ma.aaglng. Uhll
dren a work a apreia'ty. I.ouiae C. Poli».
«U» Fundable Bldg. __ marïS 8m.
FORMERLY
wrtoiit.
HH. CARRIE
of No. 1010 Washington street, has re
the HsrrU Building. No 311 West
second fi
curing, electric scalp treatment, facial mas
hair dressing, shampooing. Combings
1» »V A. phone, 30B8X.
M
moved t
itreet. Parlors
Msni
g<
netty
<lc up
»prt 8m.
PUBLIC SALK.
I HAVE JÜBT ARRIVED FROM
tha \V«sl with a carload of ths beat
horses that rver cams to
Wilmington. Anyone wishing a
p«»r or a singlo bora«, I will
be glad to try and tell thorn. Horses can
he seen at any time. ! hsve fifty head of
ail kind of hoi sea on hand. Privais sales at
all times.
■ή
SAMUEL A M("DANIEL.
Nn, 410 AV Frnnt St.
mar 18 Ira.
OF
HALE
IIOR8EH
PUBLIC
high Ha««
Win. U Klair a
Eighth
Wednesday. April I». 1013.
M t 1 o'clock, sharp.
CARLOAD OF
AH GOOD AH
At
Stables,
and Tatnall 8ta.,
ONE
HOUSES.
Must v ( S 111 A
H."Urlr,l by W S. Town»»««I Alrrrt from
tbr farm« of Erodoriok county, Maryland. Wo
to tho con
the produ
sumof with but ono rommlaaion- wiih an un
quoationabU guaranty, backod by our past
reputation. AcclimaUd and ready for bull
nea* at a lower price than you can purchano
them olifwhoro In the Eaat Gentiemon. yon
VA »... It I •' ft I • ' ' ' '
It I to 0 years old. weigh*
10 OD pounds, blocky built
and muscle. Some fine
t uunt marts. One second hand grey maro
in foal. A few good second-hand horsti. We
o try them and if
fro
ilrliver the
hors«« ranging fro
ing from 1200 to
with the atyle. bo
will give you one week
represented, rc
Uonditlona—\ note of 60 days,
bddsd 11 • Hb
or U V ill be rejected.
Dealers
sell them
dciphia houses
risk is less;
one commission is added
JOHN F O'NEAL.
W. 8. TOWNSEND.
»turn th

-.i
interest
at look aa good t
ua as
Don't miss this «ale as we ran
20 per rent. Itsa than the Phils
as the freight is cheaper and
liorMfH are acclimated and but
aprl,2.3,4.5,8.
ELLIS IIH KH. Clerk
) UBI.tU HALB OF VALUABLE HEAL
F.tlHte. Tim Il»rrin*l<in l-xblln Helmut
I buitdln* will l>u «old Htttnrduy, April 1Ï,
«913, tt 2 p ro.. In front of
I|(iu«r, Il,rrin(tnn.
well
J eontHln. ulffhi l«rg«
, und
Will be
I
Dal.
Harrington
building
tin*
located
This
I 14 acraa of land
with large hail above and baU
hum i,t, I« for factory purposes,
sold to the highest bidder for cash.
BENJAMIN KNOX, becretary.
mar 10.33,36.39-apr3.5.9.II.
rooms,
JBLIC HALE--AH I AM GOING TO
discontinue farming, and have
I will -*H a
P
ild ray
th of Day
y h
ail*.a Mills, naar Columbia School, an Tbura
day, April B, at II o'clock, sharp, tba fol
lowing personal property:
5 head of horses 1 pair mules. 10 head of
will he fresh hy day of sale),
la
Cattle (home
5 Heifer«.
ghbred Cheater White Hows with
0 tin
pig*, om* Boar.
Poultry—Turkeys, Gccac, Chickens. Mus
y Ducks, Pekin Ducks. Common Ducks.
Guineas
Wagon, Family Carriage. Dearborn,
Cart, »I seta of |
i«| Itr ifllca.
Fa
I n Drill. Mower, Gang Plow.
Holler, Com Planter. Dite Harrow, 60 tooth
Sulky Cultivator,
. Grindaton«*,
Empire G
Worker.
Harrow C
Htirm. ItKkr. Plow», U«lli»»l<
. Swinging Chum.
I n< ubat
200 Chestnut Post«. I tun Phoaphate, 400
hiifthcls Corn. Barbed
Wire.
Hale
•3<» «
six months credit.
oMtive. rain or shine. All «um« of
under, rash; «»vor that amount,
I si t esrl off for < Mk
SAMUEL E CUNNINGHAM
ly been in use one
mat 29 apr2
.V
These goods have
season.
AUTOMOBILES.
Automobile l ires Retreaded.
n and defect!
•trended
Wo
lire«
manner
riiainc.
in a thoroughly flral-elsaa
r rubber department by ex
For «ale—Retreaded
• >'d

pnriOBfM workman.
lirai», Hu
ford, 32*3 and 34*4
I Atlantic Manufacturing r#. r
aprt 5t. <
2. M. and
Wright, 36x4
Third und (»rung«* Hts.
APARTMENTS.
I f OU RENT
vooond fit
No. 1100 Minliaon Ht.
FIVRKOOM APARTMENT,
, Apply Enoch Moore, Jr.,
marts It.
A 1* MlTMENTH— FURNlHmiD OR ÎJ2
furnished, for housekeeping ; alao roonSe
foi lodging. No 4 :, Washington street.
marH Ini.
W E
HAVE APARTMENTS. CM
trally located. Will hare
March. Price« moderate,
Ford and Reis, Inc., Ford bldg,
feb8 w.s if.
I ? OR RENT—APARTMENT^ 6 ROOMS
and bath. Apply Apartme.it No. 2. 8. E
corner Tenth and Jefferson Hi«. (022 Jef,
ferson street). marl 11m.
FOliî
"Hooding Apart,
»urnta," Eighth and Jefferson streets,
mar II» rod 1m.
more m
all convenience*.
T3 OH KENT—APARTMENT,
I 1 rooms and bath in
PAKTMENT— SECOND AND
0oor, 5 rooina and bath
■' W» Nt I filth streel.
Thompson, Twenty fifth and Madison streets.
fehl2-m.w,ftf.
A
THIRD
The Oxford,
■Walter J.
BUSINESS NOTR E
OHS M. ZIEGLER,
Broom and Brush teller.
No. 020 W. Third Ht.
OLD RELIABLE
Bunin««« «I
marO lm.
K * V8H ION A BLR DRESSMAKING WÖRK
guaranteed. Mies L. O. /ones. No. 88B
Kirkwood street.
N OTTCR—ISAAC fl. BULTiOOK, TIN
»smith and Roofer, hnn removed to No.
715 Shipley St.
J
mar 19 It»
mar '.4 1 m
AO CARPET SHOP, NO. «IS .TEFEER
Your old rsgs woven Into
martin
1!
«on street.
nies carpets
ULLOCK H IRON WORKS. THIRTIETH
and Market streets. Established '•
Fences and Fire Escapes.
P>
1007 I
nuir'J# 121.
F TOO WANT TO SELL TOUR CLOTHES
rail ap lu.c Gibb« No. 084 Freaoh St.
D. * A. 'photo No. 200«, on* ho wilt rill
J«-»».
I
for thia,
P IANO MOVING AJ4D HAULING.
v»-k dons with apodal «ar».
phono, 2374: Dol.. lQ73gSiij
Low«. No. 1809 Tatnal Nt
AMES A. STIR LÎTH A> RRO. NO. 104
Tatnall atroot. Doalort in scrap Iron and
matala. Horond hand pipo alwaya on hand.
Open Saturdays until 4 p. m.
ALL
I>. * A.
Jama« Stowark
jaattf.
J
janlfi 0n
Il Y ONE OF OUR OTRTF.R PTEW8 OR
frya and you will got tho habit of atop
S ing at tho Exchange Lunchroom. No. B East
«tenth street. marll lm.
I
' HE WRIT BND TAILORING CO.
('leaning. Dyeing. Pressing. Repairing,
Reasonable rates. No. 123 West 8«e
fehB-8m
I
Ete,^H
ond atroot.
A NTILLO A CO., LADTER* AND
Gent'« Shoe Shining and Tfat Cleaning
Parlor, No. 915 Market street. febX7*8m
M
T BARSKY*8 GREAT REDUCTION SALE
I . white goods sod gent's furninhinga
■ rarta Saturday. March 8 and wiR last fifteen
day. f. Barsky, N. E comer Fifth and
Madison Sts _f_
OB EUT POPPTTT. NO. 843 KING ST.
AH kinds of shoa repairing. Rubber
work a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed
mar? lm
mar8 1m
R
OMTNinC METiE> BOOT AVD SHOE
repairing neatly done by electric
ehlnery. Shoes polished, 5c.
Kirkwood streets.
I)
Ninth and
20-1 m
AWN MOWERS AND CLOTHE*
J W'ringera repaired. Also heater range
and carpet sweepers. J. T.
Mchweirer, No. 525 West Front street. Both
mfiOtf.
I
phones.
/I W. CLAP HAM, LATE J. P LAUREL,
" • Del . ia now ' r /• in'*
for merchants, doctor« and others in all parts
of Delaware. Prompt.
giren._Give mo a trial.
ket street
persona I attention
Office. 843 Mar
niar'iB end- lm
ARRY PRICE—LADIES' AND OENTR*
tailor. Cleaning, scouring dyeing, press
ing and repairing. All worn guaranteed.
Work called for and delivered. Phone ordetj
promptly attended to. No 1701 Lincoln St.
P hone, I875TX_ merfi-lra.
II
T ACUl M CLEANING. WITH LARGE
street machine. Also with heat elertria
machine. Cal! D. A A. phone, 2074 for esti
mates. Machina to hira by
Vh.iiutu Cliiiisf Co.. No. 1413
street. Agency for fianto Vacuum Ceanet
fshB 6m.
\
the dM.
Harrison
Kershaw & Whitten
Finest lino of
WALL PAPERS
683 MADIBON ffT.
i). fr A. Phone 5105 D.
Ratimataa Formshod.
a!9-tf.
Wilmington. Dot.
Low eat Prt ooi.
RESORTS
Hamilton Hotel
BERMUDA
Accommodataa 000
Largest and finest betel im
Bermuda, open all year.
Rpecial summer tariff.
guests.
Hamilton Hotel Co,
birnud*, or 000 6tk or*. Sow fork
•I*».
Go to Bermuda
Tours, lac. Hotels, Shore Excursions, Low
eat Ratos,
used
«very Wednesday. 10 a. ra.
10.51 tons displacement.
Inal«; orrheatra wireless.
39 hours 20 mlniitsa.^A
only Hteamsi ending passengers st ths dock
in Bermuda without transfer. S. 3. "OEO,
TAVA." 10.003 tons displacement;
I every Tuesday, hoginning February li. Tick
«ta interchanyuahl« with R. M. 8. P. Os,
WEST INDIES
! N.w S. a. •'Oulank" «nd o«h«r iir.m,r, fort
< nightly for 8t. Thom,,. S«, Croit fit. Kin«,
Antifu». Gn,d»loupr. Dominic», MoMlnlqu*.
•St. l.urio, Borbadoe, and Drm,r»ro.
For foil information «pply to A. E OUTEB
S. S. ' BERMUDIAN * (the ship
hr President Elect Wilson).
Twin screw*,
Submarine sig
Record trip»
Fastest, newest and
Bail*
MH
RRIDOF. It OO.. Ag.iiU Qu.be- 8. 8 0«
Ltd., 29 Bro«dw«y. t»«r» York, JOHN OEAIO,
107 W ninth street, or »nr ticket aient.
TRANSPORTATION
Wilson Line t0 PhiladeIphia
PA88BKGER8 ami FREIGHT
Leave Fourth 8lr««t Wharf, Wilm
for Philadelphia, and Uh«M
Philadelphia, for Wilmingt
mg Bundaya,
i.15 and 7.00 p. ra.
i VRE8 Including Satordari and
d«> s :
way 15c.
«BJ. \~0
Mer«Ji*nt»' and Miners' Trans. Ca.
gran,
i Street Wharf.
. daily, inclut
7.»0 and 10.80 a. m . I 30,
Sude
nna.
PhiladHphi« «xrurai
( 'hearer excursion,
FLORIDA BY SEA
n
Direct Rente»
BALTIMORE AXD PHILADELPHIA
to
Savannah and Jacksonville
■Boat root« tc Florida. Cuba and tha Booth.
Fin« steamer« Excelles! serri««.
far««. All steamer« equipped with
less. New steamer« Buwsnee end Bomertel
tn commission. Rooms de Luxe. Beta*.
Send for booklet.
City Ticket Office, 105 So. Ninth etreei,
Philadelphia. Pa, W. P. Turner. P. T. 1L.
Baltimore. Md.
Low
wire
Leave Philadelphia,
; - ler 9 (Foot of
Walnut St) 10.45
a. m ft (.00 o. m.
Leave Wilmington,
French «It Wharf
«00 p. at
Ft nr.HT ONLY. .
BUSH

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