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SAYS CHARGE OF
ARSON IS SPITE
Woman Accused of Incendiar
ism Says She is Victim
of Conspiracy
June 11.—
PHILADELPHIA, Pa..
Declaring that her arrest In con
nection with the firing of the home
of her niece, Mrs. Josephine Maurer,
at Woodlawn, Maryland, was (he re
sult of spite work on the part of re
latives and towns-people,
ginta D. Rutter, of
Garden street. ;
arn
the charge of arson, protested that
she was innocent.
Mrs. Rutter says that the evidence
against her Is purely circumstantial.
and that It tan be attributed to a
family fued. f..llowing lh. anem,,t to
sell (he Summet home. I hi' report.
>d general hostility
Mrs. Vir
Spring
3801
o was placed under
a few days ago in Maryland on
she says had causi
toward the family and that the towns
people of* Wood law n had seized the
opportunity, such as the fire Incident
She also declares
to gt-i
that she will not rest'until the guilty
panles are punished.
The fire which damaged th'||
Marcr occurred last
revenge
resl
deuce of Mrs
Saturday morning, at the lime Mrs.
Rutter and her maid left tow n, and In
an Investigation, which followed the
fire Stale's Attorney Constable fourni
coal oil In every room of the house.
Wilmington. Del.,
Word was sent to
and when the train he aring Mrs. Rut
shc was placed
and taken hack to Elk
!
At yesler-j
Kent County
court
waiting
'cached then
ter
gndei artest
ton Md. where she ««« released under
I5UII hall to appear at the Septem
bor term of «court.
JAIL SENTENCES
FOR BOOZE SALES
Special to THE EV F.NTNG JOl RNAL
DOVER. Del., June 11.
,1 of the
Court of General Sessions, four more
n- g .. pea red before
And pleaded guilty
for the July term of the Grand Jury.
on charges of the unlawful sale of
Intoxicating liquors, They were Hur
the
without
,
ry Manlovc and Benjamin loth, hoili
sentenced to three months imprison
ment 't. the Kent county Jail, pay a
tie of $5(1 and costs of the proaccu
.... .
William Shockley was sentenced to
ten mouths' Impri onment. pay a fine
prosecution.
ion
_ _ charges
against Wright which will Hkcfy he
prerented at the July term of court.
1 Notwithstanding the Chautauqua in
llover this week the exercises of com
tnOncemeot week of the Wilmington
L'rtiference Academy are being well
attended. The graduating exercises
«ske place this evening in the Dover
Opera House.
of $100 and costs of
Hwri Is still another charge of the
same kind against Shockley.
Sidney Wright the negro who •
I Dover officer» herV
ago. with the offleer'a
caped from the
several weeks
handcuffs on him, plead guilty and
given four mouth« iu Ilf work-j
There are
>vas
house.
other
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DIVORÇONS
PLEASES AT SPRINGS
tt
In ''Tin- Divorçons" whic Is being
produced (his week at Brsdywlne
Springs Park Theatre liy the Springs
Stock Comt>any there. Is a good,
wholesome lesson, which will be read
,ily opprec.lated by everybody who
takes an Interest in the ramify. In
short, it proves in a most Interesting
ami emphatic manner, tha husband
am) v.-lf often do not appreciate each
other until they ate ott the verge of
seprt stlon tor no apparent reason,
» .wept because of this misuud i sland
ing. The play also bus a ~oodly pjr
ll a of comedy, and It is well acted
throughout the hading part« being
admit ally taken by Arthur LaRue.
Arthur 11. Edwards and Miss Marie
Sjf- ' Grayher. The scene of the action Is
In Parle, and it is all perfectly natu
rul. and though F'rcuch in its leaning,
is equally applicable to any civilized
country. The new company has made
a icmarkably good start, which at -
gucs well tor the season that Is to
follow..
"The Divorçons" will be given each
evening this week, with matinees to
morrow- and Saturday. The new or
chestra Is also making a hit with the
/ patk patrons.
DANCING AT SHELLPOT.
Dancing at Shellpol Park is prov
ing particularly popular this season
both with Chestern and Wilmington
people. The dancing pavilion is
splendidly conducted aud excellent
music Is furnished. All the amuse
ments at the park are being well at
tended and the free moving pictures
In the evening ate proving one of the
best drawing cards that has ever
been offered at the park. The vaude
ville bill in Ihe F'amlly Theatre aud.
the concerts by the band are being
greatly appreciated.
TROLLEY TAKES FIRE.
Traltb- on the Delaware avenue lino
of Ihe Wilmington and Philadelphia
Traction Compiler was tied up at
Tenth and Market streets ypsterda>
afternoon when the insulation of- the'
resistance coils on Car No. 5 caught
fire. The blaze attracted a number
of peo(l~ and an employe of the com*
pany extinguished the fire with' sev
eral buckets of water.
TO INSPECT ROAD MATERIAL.
The Levy Court today accepted the
invitation of Thomas H. Headley,
Philadelphia, to visit Philadelphia pn
June 19 to inspect tfte Headley Good
Roads Company's binder used on sev
pi at roads. The binder Is such that
Is a dust preventive and lusts from
on* lo three years and costs only ten
cents a square yard. The company
«Joe« not build roads, but puts on the
binders.
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TO PAY TWICE V MONTH.
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
BRI DGE VILLE Del,, June 11.—Be
ginning immediately, the Penuaylvanla
Railruad Company w ill pay their tele
graph operators on the Delaware
vision twice a mouth, instead
monthly.
MILFORD MAIL
CARRIER TAKES 5
RAILROAD JOB
Special to THF EVENING JOURNAL.
MILFORD. Del.. June 11—Charles
Kespert, one of the city mall carriers,
has accepted a railway mall position.
He left Milfmd yesterday to resume
the duties of his new' position. Ho is
succeeded here by Carl Allen, who has
been acting as his substitute carrier.
The collector of town taxes was
agreeably surprised when he figured
up the amount collected this year on
the rebate, as he thought It would run
considerable behind thaï of lust year.
The total amount rebated on this year
was $»>229. 4P, which was less than $9*1
below that received last year,
The Chau'aiiqna was largely altend
cd on M^dav. owing to the fact that!
(h( n chi .rge for admittance,
Au excellent p rogram was given both
The address
afternoon and evening,
m Paul M. Pearson, of Swurlhmore
College, on the "Beauty of Life," was
ait able effort and highly enjoyed a yd
appreciated.
J. Harry Lutchum has sold a part
of the Kendcrdine tract, on North
Milford Neck, who will erect a mod
ern residence on the site and make
1)1« home here after the first, of next
year.
At this time there is a general scar
city of fish and few fish of any kind
arc seen in our markets.
Mrs, Lydia Jump bus begun the
tearing down of her old store proper
ties, on North Walnut effect, and will
replace them with another row of
hrii k buildings.
Work on the construction of the new
creamery plant has been started and
they hope to have It completed and
ready for running in a few weeks.
Work on the new residence of
(George II. Hynson has ucen started,
the Inundation having been laid. The
new home will he located just at the
right of what is known as the "Crow's'
iNest," nearly opposite (lie large home
f Ur. and Mrs. Frank L. Drier,
William Smith, wire Is to erect a
{home adjoining Dial of Mr. Hynson 's,
'has not started the work on his rest-!
deuce tia yet.
Oscar Carpenter, formerly of this
town, has been visiting relatives here
, M|| WPek CI1 rol ,to to Buffalo, N. Y„
( n |j, P express hu»!n ss in that city,
here lie will resume his now duties
The prospects through this section
of Hmt ami Sussex counties for an
ext client wheat and straw crop are
said to he better than for many year.«
past. •
rpnp fROU/PIK CHVlii
LKUr* GROy ERS SAY
-
MILFORD, Del. Jun* 11—Growers
|of plums in lower Delaware say
; feara thnMhe Revere freezes and frosta
, o! April badly injured the crops are
I being verified. Several of the largest
growera feel that II will almost he
useless to attempt lo pick what few
plums are on their trees. A few of the
j larger growers say that where their
orchards were protected by woods or
other large frees, fair chops wllU.be
found.
Moat of the orchards were out in
, I Ä ... ... . .. ..
the open, and the crop will he a tail
ure.
COLD INJURED PLUM
INJunm mim
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The Keifev pear crop i« greatly dam.
aged. Growers of this crop are not
worrying so much, many of them as
sorting they will have enough or. their
trees lo make a fair crop, and that the
prices should he much higher than
usual.
ASIU'BV "Y" TO MEET.
A meeting of Ihe members of Asbury
-y,- ,, f Asbury M. E, Church, will he
held ut the home of Miss Mary Speak
man. No. 218 Walnut street, this
evening at 8 o'clock.

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cooking,
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No wood to cut—no ashes to carry—no
no soot.
Made with 1, 2, 3 and 4 burners;
Indicator marks amount of oil in font.
Dealers every where; or write for descriptive circular to
The Atlantic Refining Company
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
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Just Say
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to the grocer man
hand him a nickel
and get a magic
package direct
from Ginger Snap
Land. So fresh they
crack with a snap.
To look at them
makes you hungry.
So tender they melt
in your mouth.
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NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY
Tu
REALTY MARKET IS NOW DULL
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follow s: * .
•''••a S.. M. Woolston el al., to the
Delaware Avenue Club Stables t.om-|
P«uy. north side of Fourteenth street.,
30 feet east of Rodney street. »1.
George P. Jones to Henry Hoopes,
two lots at No 23.> Woodlawn avenue,
and north side of Pyle street, -X feet
east of Rodman strict, $U>df>
Jolin E. McNnbb to Kathleen H.
Magee
foet et,
William H. Swift
Trust Company, cast
street, irai feet north
avenue, 15100.
Walter J.
has been,
The real estate ' market
dull since Friday of last w eek, accord-1
to the lists of property transfers
tng
recorded at the city registry depart-:
ment. The complete list of transfers
Wilmington
side of Broome
of Shallcross
Thompson to Hurry S.
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, south aide of Second afreet, 41
aat of du Pont street, $1800.
to
BISHOP KERRY AT LEWES.
Special to THE EV FINING JOURNAL
LEWES. Del., June 11 The second
anniversary of the dedication of the
Methodist Episcopal Church was cele
hitiled Sunday. At 9.30 a. in., the Rev.
R. K. Stephenson presided over an old
I fashioned love feast and al the morn
lnc h service at 103? Bmhou lîerrv
moachrd At " 30 the Sunday school
w -of held at which the eoMection Was
1 ) \nrr thr iUmda v Rchool Bishop
i R Atthr
I F ,w r h enJue M,e president N B,
' Register, pres*de«4. and the.bishop end
Rev. R K. Stephenson delivered
short addreiam. BlHhnp Berry pr^ach^-1
1 ed the evening service and Ihr report
; n'' to the church n indebtedness was;
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LAl'KIOL, Del., June 11.—— r. J. Wal
, p. Davies and T. W. Records
have been elected
members of the
local Board of Fldueatlon. The hoard
organized by electing .1. A. Prettyraan.
pnsident; T. J. Waller, yiee-presl
denl ; F. F. Davies, secretary, and B.
e. Wootten. treasurer.
ROM KOI'UTIS TO MEET.
The monthly meeting of the Home
opathic Medical Society of New Cas
tle County will he held at Board of
Education
streets, on FTlday al 8.80 p, m. "Some
Children's Remedies" will he discuss
ed by Dr. F. F". Pierson.
Sixth and King
room,
t
j
slaughter, cast side of Scott street,
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Keenan and wife, southw est corner Af
and Mudtson streets.
Twenty fifth
] $4lnn.
F'ratik C. Sparks to Jesse R. Ed
No. 809 West Twentieth
; mendson.
street. $4900.
Hiram Verger to Wincenty Wolsky
anil wife, south side of Elm street, 109
feet east of Adams street, $2300.
Georg« O. Vail to Andrew Hudson
loo feet south of Lancaster avenue.
Frank C. Carpenter and wife to
Charles W. Gooding, Jr., east side of
West street, 25 foot south of Twenty
j sixth street, $28«»«».
Edmund Mitchell. Jr., to William H.
I Cook, north side of third street, 89
; feet cast of Webb si,reel, $200.
Ell wood J. Sharp to James N, Daw
son, No. 1218 Sycamore street, $1800.
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CECILTON
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
CECILTON: Md., June 11— Miss
S? (<rgil î WamB J e> '' of Prlnclplo. and
I M,B8 Lima Taylor, of Town Point, are
? l " M,dl,,K tlM ' • uninlPr vacation at their
h ® n,e '»'re-Mr. and Mrs. William
! Murrey* of Philadelphia, have? sbooii
V H t n * here—-Mrs. William
1 W, Mu "'i n ' of Hor * ,,pnn ' ,,pl " ' isi,R(1
j bK?'^ hae'been en'
|, r r , ^ i n i u « Mrs. j. w, Lattomus of
Wilmington Mva. (Bonn, of New
york/and Miss Rogers, of Baltimore.
an stay | n g w ( t i, ju aF , Katherine Mc
Lane-Mr. and Mra. William Clark
have tjielr daughter, Mias Laura
Ulark, gf Philadelphia, for a guest
| The ('illdren'a Day aervlces were
j held In Zion M. E. Church on Sunday
1 evening.
^ The commencement exercises of the
,,1Kl ' s,hoo! wrrP held on Monday
evening with the following program;
Song. ''Fair Class Day," school ; ad
dress of welcome, Ada Davis; school
roll call. Ada and Nora Robinson:
titles, Ada Robinson: class history,
Alverda Ferguson; song, "Come to
the Meadow," school; school account,
Alverda Ferguson; play, "Two Aunts
anil a Photo," school; "Boola Song,'
school; class prophecy. Nora Robin-'
non: class song, seniors: statistics,!
Ada Davis; music. Frances Davis and!
Isabel Clark; play. "Slighted Treas
ures," third year class; "A Song of
Leng Ago," school ; class will, Ada
Robinson; class yell, seniors; "Auld
Lang Syne." -
REJECTS 100 SUITORS
AND KEEPS $300 JOB
STOURBRIDGE, Maas.. June 11—
MIsb Florence S. Markham, who has
traveled <0,000 miles during the last
24 years as mail-carrier between In
lerlakcn and Stockbridge Station,
was married in Canaan, Conn, to
Archibald Boyd of Becket an old
frifind. She telephoned the news to
"Steve" C. Burghardt postmaster at
Interlaken, and said she would make
the six mile round trip as usual.
Mrs. Boyd was 17 years old when
she first became a mail-carrier la
May. 1889, and up to Saturday, when
her father. John H. Markham, drove
the team, she had never taken a day's
vacation and had never missed the
tra / n ; . .
A few weeks ago. w hen ifn automo
blllst clipped a rear wheel from her
buggy a mile from the station, she
shouldered the bag and ran all the
I way to the train, reaching it just in
time to put the mail aboard. In the
I winter she has carried the mail
I afoot when she could not penetrate
snowdrifts with a team.
Since publication was made of the
renewal of her four-year contract
with the Government at $300 a year
on March 4 she has received more
than 100 proposals of marriage from
almost every State in the Union.
MAN COUGHS UP
A FOUR-INCH FISH
BENTON HARBOR. Mich., June 11
—Paul Nickols, a farmer, is a hu
.man aituarlunt.
For weeks he has been suffering
from a serious stomach aliment. Re-1
cenlly he was seized with u violent
coughing attack and emitted a four
Inch fish. Other coughing spells
have been attended with like results,
Attending physicians say Mr Nickols
swallowed tiny minnows, which lived
and grew in his stomach. He is rc
covering rapidly. (
He kept the fish and has it in a
glass jar. He calls it ''Jonah.'
EIGHTY-ONE BASKETS
OF ''SPUDS" FROM ONE
MILFORD. Del.. June 11—Walter
Jester, a well-known young farmer,
who' resides between FTcdeiieu and
Felton, claims the record for the best
crop of white potatoes grown in this
section in years.
Jester planted one basket of seed
season, attended them
resolved to make a
sample patch of them. After be had
picket the "culls" and "seconds" frpci
his harvest, he found that he had 81
baskets of the finest potatoes in his
section.
potatoes last
personally, and
SPEED TRIAI, OF DESTROYER.
LEW' ES, Del.. June 10—The
torpedo boat destroyer Avlwin.
of Ihr fast vessels which the Cramp'
Shipbuilding Company Is construct-1
ing for the navy, has arrived at
Lcwrs for her pfHctal speed and!
ViUer tests required By the govern
dlmartme!!!" Th P P |^? "V*
lu!h(n^ e ueln^ nf Tk ittin h indi.Jt P d
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new
one
horse-power, and is reituired lo de
velop a 29 1-2 knot speed, ov'er the
course fixed by the navy department'
off the capes at this place, is 300 feet
long, 30 1-2 beam, with a mean draft
of 9 feet 3 inches.

IT CURES WHILE YOU WALK
(Jm* Alien h Foot Ftme, the antiseptic pow
der to hr shaken into the shoes. It le
Rtantly take« Hi« atinff out of corns, itrhinjç
feet, ingrowing nniis, und bunions. It's ihe
grejiteht comfort discovery of
Allen's Foot Knse i
feel fiisy. Lmlifit
Niiiallrr after using. It is n
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the agr.
ake» tight or now nhora
cnn wear shot's ont» tizr
rtiün relief for
sweating, râlions nnd swollen, tender, ach
ing feet. T»y it today. Hold everywhere,
\«l«hes8, Alien
25c. Trial package FHKE.
8. Olmsted. ÉeRoy, N. Y.
RAILROAD MEN!
Own y
$ 1.00
hpeciaUy,
u» «nd 4j€»t one.
If n fine watch.
cckly pays ft
any hlgh-ftad« works.
No oulisy.
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See
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Humilt
MITOHELI., Jeweler,
Ford Budding, Tenth & Market Streets.
Second Floor. Open'Nights This Week
Taylor Fresh Butter Pan
The Latest Invention.
Make;-,
Absolutely Pure Butter Without
Churning. Write for booklet.
Tavlor Fresh Butter Pan Co.
N. E. Cor. Chestnut and 4th Sts.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Continental Life Ins. Options
Lewes Fisheries Company
International Lumber & Iter.
L T. LAYTON O CO.
Membere Philadelphia Stock Exchange.
Real Estate Trust Hldg., Phila.
Removal Sale
Now Going On At
620 KING STREET
Mrs. Alice W. Hayes.
Trasses & Elastic Bandages
, Properly Adjusted
Satisfaction Guaranteed
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Special Department
it
Competent Assistants
tit
Every Woman
<ffs
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Is interested ami should
know about the wonderful
Marvel
Douche
Ask yonrdrugglst for
It. Ithc caon.1 sup
ply fie MARVEL,
acoept no other, but
send stamp tor book.
ItUrvel C«.. «4 E. 23d St.. NMV.
For sale bj Scurborouga Drug
Sfore. Jni and 408 Market SL ite:.
[orders solicited.
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400 POLICE CHIEFS
TO EIGHT "SLAVERS
WASHINGTON, D. C., June 11—
Major Richard Sylvester, superin
tendl , nt of th<! Washington police
... 8 ponce,
urged four hundred police chiefs from
all over the country io wage a vlg
orous war on white slavery.' He is
president of the International Aaso
elation of Police Chiefs, which began
* ,s twentieth annual convention here.
*ud spoke at the opening session.
* hR P°'lce department heads will
co-operate with the government in
, campaign.
. * a J° r Sylvester cited parental
'^ v ^ n . br "l^" cen "L°s K °'? Ued
t J ^ jf bu ^ ng aKP „ cie8 ^o way
wardness.
A „ PXhl „mon of the dictagraph by
Mlsg Ruth iiaarer. of a Washington
detective agency, is attracting much
attention at the organization's exhibi
tion hall.
This Ad. is For
Those Who Dread
the Dentist
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We wa.it you to know that we can
fix up your teeth without causing you
one bit of pain. Stop letting poor de
cayed teeth make your life misera
ble. Come to us and îet us explain
how easy it is to have good teeth.
Our Painless Method Is a blessing to
those who dread the dental chair. Our
work is guaranteed and our prices
the lowest.
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Bridge work
Gold Crowns .14 and $5
Porcelain Crowns ..$8 and $5
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Gold Filling ..$4 up
Silver Filling .
Teeth Cleaned .75c
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F .11 S't of Teeth. $5, IS and
$10. FuBy Guaranteed.
LADY IN ATTENDANCE.
Largest and Most Thoroughly Equipped Parlors in Wilmington. Ap
pointments Slay Be Made by Telephone.
WE WILL BE GLAD TO EXAMINE TOUR TEETH AT ANY TIME
FREE OF CHARGE
619 MARKET STREET
WILMINGT9N, DEL
American Dental Parlors,
ORIGINATORS OF PAINLESS DENTISTRY
Branch Office, LLKTON. MD.
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605-607-609 MARKET STREET.
Delaware Jr list C°
ME COR NINTH & MARKET STS. , . ■ a
A TITLE FLAW
No matter how small a flaw in your title. It Is an element of
danger. Our Policy of Title Insurance guards you against all risk.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000.00.
REAL ESTATE
We give close attention to the collection of rents from
properties placed in our charge and we also look after the pay
ment of taxes, fire insurance and other charges. We render
monthly or quarterly statements as dished with cneck fçr bal
ance in* our hands.
Security Trust & Safe De posit Co.
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SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS.
GiveYourFamily
that their* interest will be con
Sorae assurance
served should you be suddenly taken away.
Most vitally important to them will be the proper
administration of your .estate. Does It not stand to
that this experienced Trust Company can do it
to better advantage than could a private executor
whose life work is along other lines?
reason

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The Equitable Guarantee
and Trust Company,
N. W. Cor. Ninth and Market Sts.
S500.000
Capital
Earned Surplus and Undivided Profits.. .$79il,000
CHANGES AMONG
FREIGHT CHEWS.
D ELMAR. Del., June 11.—There
have been a number of changea in
division'*!!!;' ween* I lehnaiT andW1L
mington and Dclmar and Perrvvllle.
W T »stings has been transferred
fro , n latter to the former lohn
p 'Marker has been transferred from
(he Uelmar-Perryville run to the I)
M. & V. Railroad between Harrington
and Franklin City. Kngineers Cork
ran and Kohlbeekor have succeeded
Messrs. Carter and Mills on the Uol
mar-Perryvillo run via Porter's. John
(Dvapman has been assigned to the
Delmar-HarHngton way freight run.
neg-1
Stops failing Hair
Hall's Hair Renewer certainly stops
falling hair. No doubt about it what
ever. You will surely bs satisfied.

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