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ON SPLENDID NEW CHURCH »« fCe Italian marble altar«, made in Koine espcc'ianv for the church, arc now m llcltlinorc anil in a short time will " vbiimsl to Wlln ington Tliev arc verv'mnd'omc.and ««mb. placed in the churcl, a- soon ns possible Next week the workmen will work both day and night in their efforta to have the church ready for re-dedica tion by Thanksgiving Day. lafon Wild© Crawford has »©nt out plans for a new temple for Phllodemlc Lodge No. 7. I O. O. F„ of Dover, The building will be very handsome, It will be three stories high, of brick end cut stone. On the Ural floor will he a raov Ing picture theatre and a large and fine equipped store room, on the see ond floor will he a large auditorium and rest rooms and on the third floor will be the lodge rooms. St. Paul's Congregation Hopes to Rededicate Edifice By Thanksgiving Day PLANS OUT FOR DOVER I. 0. 0. F. TEMPLE Work i* keiner rushed by John F!. Kelly A Co., under th© direction of J. Jt M. Kennedy, architecte, on the nrw »St. PftuFe IL C. Church, at Fourth and Jackeon «iroet*. PrSctirallr all of th© 'exterior work on th© church has been finished with the exception of the tower, which will be 130 feet 'nigh, including a 14-foot copper ero«». The work on the tower will consume several more weeks' The Re«, Thom«« F. Waldron, time pastor of tlie church, is especially de«ir ous of having it. finished in time for re ■le-licatioii for Thanksgiving Day. and the contractors are redouliling their ef fort« on the handsome new edifice. A large force of men is at work on the intetior of the building putting up the ornamental p'a«ter work and other fin ishing pieces, but the real decorative «rUBiiie. whicji will be Romanesque, will not be carried out for two years, on ac count of the extensiveness of the deco Tim building will have a large fin ■shed basement in which will he large banquet hall and kitchen and the heating plant. The bids on It are due on September 25. John Healy has asked for bids m a new- Polish Catholic Church, to he erected at Seventh and Locust Greets. The building will he frame and brick, and will have stone steps, It will he only one story high. I Jackson Peirce has sold the prop « ■«'• at No- 2003 Market atreel, for t.Mlrr S. Dorman, to James H. Mil ier f.,r $2,300. Sometime ago properly holders along Shipley street, between Eighth -pod Tenth streets, requested the Street and Sewer directors to have the street covered with some kind of waving material that w ould lessen the .ioise made by trafflr on the street, They were informed that the d°part-1 the men! could not do the «ork at present time because of a lack of funds. A meeting of the properly owners was held in the office of W. H. Jones nn Thursdav afternoon when it was der.tded to offer to bear part of the •inst of putting down the new paving If the department will consent to have it laid and hear the other part of the expense. T«* proposition wilt probably be mule at the next meeting of Street and Sewer Department, understood that if the directors do not think favorably of the proposition the property ow ners will go into the muni cipal court and attempt to have the street declared a nuisance. A great deal of the hauling to Market street bouses comes down this street and at times the noise is very great. the It is BOOTLEGGER SfSl'ErTS KLEE Active Enforcement of Liquor Law ( anses Them to Leave Milford MILFORD, Del . Pept. 20 Follow - ing the summoning to Dover ts«l week pf several persons known to be heavj drinkers, many persons long suspect ed of having been connected wltli the i'legal suie of liquors have left for partc. unknown. "Dick" Roach, white, and Trust on Lewis, a negro, are said to have given the authorities infornia tion which will lead to ihe arrest of S'vera: of the absentees should they lemrn lo this locality. It has been waiorod that detectives arf watch .pg per« for violations of the Haaot •*w, whch is working finely in Mll ■'ord. Nut half as much liquor now \antes here as before y. went into par-on* de*. imc to enter the competitive «i-rk i ;iitpi** ex«inination for |ii«kiti(>us .1 Inc pottoflkt. •«<*'■ to take the examination mult «heir anplioation not later than Oeto * ><;r '• WANT POSTOFFICE CLERKSHIP? Octotie- ! will be the ln»t call for nil All jicrson« who CHOICE* BUILDING SITE.S A BRACK-EX We still sell on one Don't forget our Gold Bond Certificate; it still secures We pay the carfare, which is but a nickel. Remember our gift in November Come out to-morrow, we sell them rain or shine, and see these beautiful buildings just started, dollar per week. Take Peoples Railway, just 18 minutes from city, you. Over 100 lots sold in the last three weeks. One Thousand Dollars Worth nf Choice Building Lots to be given away. Remember wc still give Philadelphia Trading Stamps. Our lots are from $100 and up. Agents on the land every ?jday and all day Sunday. Don't stop for storm for after the storm there comes sunshine, Office open every day , -i A. K. TAYLOR P. 0. RICHARDSON PARK, DEI. I* PHONE 5696V ON LAND. RESIDENCE, I634A. 1 •< ■gg&-« ... - - .. ... * BUILD FINE GREENHOUSES AT NEMOURS " rnc nee . a. " ; 7!.. " I *\î: tlir pr^^ont bill kling. I he addition*' :^r ; . nre pr.ini «.»n irmiion «»t com ' ar: n Ma"Tu r rT A U s:"i; i ' ^ TK^&îiS Another larQo oiremtion for which he broke ground on Tucsdav was large greenhouses for Allred I. dui'ont at "Ne . will be two large home, 24x85 feet each, and two smaller com pnrtment« I2\1S. connecting the larger houses with the potting bouse. These greenhouses will be the very latest in greenhouse construction, with curved s, ami 24-inch glass, «nd of Hitch-(The mgs steel construction. The lieds wilt be of galvaniicd iron frames, with tile bottom* and slate sides. ITte potting bouse will be a neat building, stuccoed with quoin«, and small square light French casements. The roof will be of r< ? S P n . nUh ^ T ^\ V ,M he 1 t,K ' •«'«<■ " l . mo,t com P let * « reenl,ÜU * w " thl w *S**''• .. , . . . . , Mr. Smyth Ims abont complete, exten ^ttc^PoT U dul ont, remodelu g vanous bath I'X\her improvemênû 1 " M, s,nvtll ha. a large force of men rdniiiding' the p«ilp keg null, at Hagle, v, which burned about eighteen mouth* «»o, and ooiiverting it into «hops ior the, duPont Company. The roof was cm plofed the first part of this week, and the workmen are now loving the doer». |t will shortly be read v fur the instal latrau of I he 'maohinerÿ. He is estimating on extensive «Ilers tion« and improvements to FreuelT* Hotel. I'ennsgrovr. N. .J. Mr. Smyth i* very busy in hi« jobbing trade, and c\ pcets to close n couple more contract*.®* the coniine week. James Gets Con tracts for $40,000 of New G ur ^ n 2 the Week CONVERTS BURNED MILL INTO DUPONT SHOPS •Inn»©*« M. SniNtk received about *40,000 worth of new contract* th© past week. Hi* >\ill make extensiv© alteration* and additions to tin* du Pont, to his re*© evidence 1 i^tinjg of nddiit" two com t architects Pittsburgh. Pa. »10111«."" There I'BI c - a--- " n » T* ft K II fK fX Ff U I I *• Diamond News and Gossip. _ Following their lay-off during the rainy season in St Louis, the Giants barely had a speaking acquaintance "!*•' l* 1 ^ home plate when they got into action again. . . ~ . . . . . They went sixteen In nine Inning« m the double-h,«, d«r with the - ardl na l R before a run wns put across. Then they slipped over a couple, enough to w * n the second game, Mathewson and Ssllee hooked up in the first game and Slim Sallee had the best of Hie argument, bolding the Giants to five hits in the ten Innings. Hendrix let the Phillies down with Lour hits in the first game of the Philly-Pirate double-header. Even with the ilght hitting the Phttlies ap parently had the game won until Carey. Dolan and Wilson singled and turned the tables, The Dodgers went 17 innings before they got a run over against the Cln cinnati Reds. In the double-header. Packard shut them out in the first game. Rowan was going great guns in the second game, hut In the final inning doubles by Daobert and Smith and a single by Fisher settled it. The Cubs and Boston Braves won up their series for the season yester day and the Cubs celebrated by taking the battle. Rain was on the ,1oh in the Ameri can t*eague and Washington and Detroit were the only teams tn action, The Senators pulled np on the Naps by taking (he game. Ty Cobb pulled one hit out of three i Unies up. Catcher Ed. Easterly, -of the Chi eago W r hite Sox. wlli be sent to Mil j waukee a« part payment on the deal ; hy which I,arry Chappell Joined Comiskey's baud, If was reported to |day, if Catcher Daley, of Lowell, ! Mass., club makes good w ith the Sox. | Daley, w?ho conics highly toute,!, will |join the Sox at Boston tomorrow. The Cubs are definitely out of the j ace for the pennant, end President W. Murphy today drew down the -, Ad" he ha* been running in the Chi "Thc Cubs May Yet cago papers; Cop The Pennant." The Giants victory in the second ] game of the double header at Si. (yesterday make* it impossible for lllclond. ! of second place the Cubs will need Jthe service« of an earthquake. I • Evers' men to flniah better than aec To beat the Philltes out ■ ATLANTIC CITY TO LOSE HOGANS Asbury Park Invites Shooting Organization to Come There Next Year . . _ Asbury Park may supplant Allan 1c City as the shooting grounds of he \\e«ty Hogans. The Itiv talion of the sister resort was favorably received at the annual meeting here. Sh.mt-I ers are disappointed bec ause - o ney this year was nol on the pier, and It is said that the transfer will bo tt is said mat tnc tranaior vviii uc made, unless Atlantic City places an orean Held at the disposal of the via Itors The Mowing otneers were re-j elected at the session : , President. Near Apgar New \ork ™y: vice-president. J. Mowell Haw .Baltimore; secretary-lreasur »er. Bernard LIsobbw, >ork. Mr. Ap gar j iag born at the hc«d of the body hs «rr, ,u . °;* ,n,riit,o,, h The following new members were admi,,od: Ward Hammond. Wil n .^\ c tÂTTS5 ! f?* ' ' rf . ' h* n P h 5H r *' J a . r , *^*5*?/ ', ty ^ ' , h . *if r ' ^luladelphia. ;«"? A „ A- Somers, Delta Pa L ' • . 8> ; or ' *' Professional *hol, ; ,. om 1 o| ombus, 0„ easily led both , s °'v n class and the amateurs In |>' e alc r dnJ's rounds of the seventh an j nRH ' shot of the Westy Hogans here.) "pro.' dropped only one target |out of hla 150. H. J. Olbba, of 1'nion 1 City. Tcnn., finished recond with 148. He is also a professional. I Charles H. Newcomb. Philadelphia, and R. H. Bruns, of Brooksville, Ind.. [tied for high honors among the i^tirs. each breaking U6 The Allan-I | ü ® C **J cup wa8 .^ot for yesterday. a " d ,ot « lR necessitated a shoot-off. This extra string vvaa won ! bV "af"* ***' comb dropped one. The Indiana amt te- urw Ut h,. I d themp until next year, .îî.rmïn»»» ^ on ' ,hppp **»•• h( ' ' H „ waa alao awarded*a gold ourse' for bis ô^fôr^ance P for *i n pt t f /«• * * „ .1 o, " bp l' " f ni J. *'"* Fr f" k ° ^ ' " prp 1 nPx ' " among the amateurs, scoring 14.. T! 1 nr ,hr|r century and a half of ! . u. u . 1 *' p comb was high amateur for the ('" pop L* n< ** ran, ( 'olal of 483 [ ,ul ®f a,,< ' fnok the Al.nanar «*■ ^ op v y ' Bruns snd P. von Boeckman. Aork City, spilt for second ■ money with 478 breaks. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Hept. 20.— *• "• Taylor, the professional, lopped both classes, however. He broke 490 of the targets. Gibbs fin Ished with a record of 488 and .1. M. Hawkins, Baltimore was third, break- j ,nR Derides Not to Test New Delaware Sanitary Law. GEORGETOWN. Del.. Sept. 20 sudden decision to obev' the new"State sanitary canning law Instead of test , BR it ia bpbtn „ (hp ca „ ae fof ,' p ^ nouncement that the big canning far (orv ownPd bv c ) OSP t odav j bp OIVAKR WILL CLOSE C.VWKRV a ^ Krtgar C. Ros« will Ross refused to put a camsnt floor In big factory and .« now under hail on _ law. Factory Inspector Mesalck ing step« to have the Federal IDImr refuse Ro*s the r | K ht hi« goods out of the Stgfe sanitary provisions were complied W-Ith. ft is believed that Ros« has civen up the fight and will put tn a cement floor if his goods are not in terfered with. a cliarir© of violating was tsk author to ship until the HlLLfRLST HAS GRiniKON TE(M The Hilcrest A. A. football (*«,„ has organized and would like to hear from all fast teams in Htllcrest will or out of the open city. Highland at the Rockford er on against water tow 2/iPipCiSI Saturday. Hfllcre.fs weight js 120 pound». The line-up is, M. Oldham, left end; D. Riley, right end; H. Mullln. right tackle; Ridgway, right guard; W. Dote, cen ter; P. Foater. left guard; J, Brown, tackle; P, Fltrpatrirk. right' P. Kemske. quarter. next w. left half; personal j \f MIRY WE vTrËR i ~lîïtscHtf f Tiô\ s |j-> . -r '*hhy p** r i* , n ,io„, , n frp , ' ,*»", n Sjfl- " ss * R,n Fr,nri *'-" « «i w EAt.rm sotTHERN WIDOW, Aclilr*.-.» w. H«> ax, »*p.20 It 4'». ud marry, fue. Tnledn, Ohio. r.« 4 I 1.1» 10,1. *. is. MONEY TO I.OAN M ONE Y LOANED ON ir25 t.t »-tf. FIRST MORT O. O. GOODEN. Sr*. 2 W. Ninth St HAIR DRESSING AIR WORK—COMBINGS MADE UP IN • ny »tyle. Will r«ll . Hi*. K. Kran*. Phene. 3TSX. H 4t your home, sept 10 i n. LITTLE ATTENTION BY AN EXPERT #ach week, help» »rnnderfnur MÊM A Wa art •Xpert». Hair dre»»injc. manieurinf. acalp trentment. far# and head ma»s»fing Chib ciren'» »Ark a »pacialty. Louian C. Potta. «03 Equitable Bldf. juue2« 3m . ^ N HAMPOOINO, WITH OR WITHOUT •hampoo hoard. Maniruring. ,l,<-it-ic *c*lp tr*atm*iu. facial wattag,. hair'drata >«ig; alao far« pack,. CARRIE H. WRIGHT, 211 Vf, Tenth street D. * A. 3624. nprfl «nn. TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE! Th* following real estate transfers |ha\e been flle d ai th»* city registry office since last Tuesday: ' t 1 . ,, . •lames B. Heal to xVIll'am H. Beam- | hie. corner formed hy sonthe.-vKt side of West street of cast side and Twenty-sixth street, $*65, Concord Heights Company to the Mayor and Council of Wilmington. () corner formPd by c „ t aide of Cm)cord avenuc and nor thwest (dp of (hp Boulevard> cast stdP of , , venue 13R fêa , northeast of Van Hurpn , tr ,, Pt „ The Equitable Guarantee and Trust «,. tr , fol . *i frpr , o icnintt and . Ir 3? ,ce ro ' A ' rr «» » MBott and , >aura H arrar to the Mayor and Coun of Wilmington, three lots, corner formPd bv , ho WPat Bide of ColRwd avenue Mi north a , dp of Twenty ififth street; comer formed hy south gidp of Harrison street and north gide of Hou , fivard . ( , ornPr form . C( , b nor thweat side of Harrison L lrft0t Än . an | 1thw „. ( H , dp _ r T . vpnlv . flft u ♦$ ' wïtâ* to P . b ou - - /arr »« nnrihint rnrn*r «r minin nV4i "Ï \nd Van bSS atSe? S"«W w - Marrl '' ,, t : w,by * et - fruat - of Mary M. Dillon, deceased, to Isaac* 8 Talley, southwest side of Twenly seventh street. 100 feet northwest of Market street. *1.067. Anthony Hartos to Bronislaw l.ls f e cki and wife, south aide of Robinson street, between Second and Third Istrerts. $1.225. .John J. Cassidy to Thomas F. Cas 8 ) dj . two two-story brick dwellings, southeast comer of Gilpin and Jackson street, $6,000. Estate of George \V. Rush, Inc. to Pietro Papa, east aide of' Lincoln street. 20 feet south of Sixth street B . Talley and • Ife to George | Milford Fisher, southeast side of Madison afreet, 68 feet nnrtheaat of Twenty-fourth street. $2,800. H " rman r,ohl Harry K. Keller, No. 1105 West Ninth street, *6.000 N,colas Fldanre to Matteo Glor dano and wife, east side of Lincoln »Wnn 81 ^ n ° rth ° f Spvpnth 8t " $1 4 ,0. Dram ^ ^ra©r to Joseph Koiarki and w,,e - No - M2 F,m a »reet. $1,450. ! "oleslew Oonsxowakl to Jose,.!, Sknra and wife. No. 809 Brown 8t., $1,250. ___ |-—-— j MUSICAI*. j .. ,__ _ j avenue w M. D BLATP. Cult! \ . Pia Instruction. Fourth and Market street!. N. E C BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS. ThaT' Si David Van ali*-. B o r making repairs, »onsult na. Dangel A Sons. Vo». 50f. 509 North Buren street. D. A A,, IUIO: Ant 2439. sept 19 end STORAGE IV ANTED — STORAGE. ff room», |t. 00 a month, atorea and eook Moves al SEPARATE Heating stored for (be . 11.50; rook stove». | Special spare» for piano» Î Good« crated I . .. '-'ll il*»' « atwv vc»»on 9* no the aea and odd pie*-#» of furniture. pad »•• all p»it» Mshon B OU BEHOLD GOODS STORED clean, »eparata Wked remua. N building. Aut'.mpbile padded vans for lnc»l and i#ng distance rnnving. Work g»i«ranteed. Fsttm/ite free. D A A. Phone, 5174 .SECURITY STORAGE WAREHOUSES. Pennsylvania Are. and Clayton St. H • pria if. TORAOF HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND m,r*n»mti«* Pluto «nd m(* morlng « *p#ri,lty, Parking, rmting «nd "hipping I« f »II point,: pro *i* riUrnnd liding direct , into building. Fatimnt«« fr*,. AMERICAN STORAGE. CD., Phon», 8B4D. jHnc-S-tf. s No. 101 Maryland Are TRANSPORTATION Wilson Line & for Philadelphia Leave Fourth Stieet Wharf, Philadelphia. Wilmington, for and Cbeatnnt Street • Wharf. PhUailelphia. for Wilmington, daily. [ including Sundays, at 7.30. 9.U0 und 10.30 m.. 12 o'clock noon. 1.30, 3.00. 4.15, 6.00 and 7.00 p. m. On fiaturdaya and Sunday» only, additional trips nt 6.3o «nd P.30 p, tn. FAKI58— Including Saturday excuralon, 25c; 5c ; : ■ »H Sun Philadelphia (heater excu is*. way w,y. 10*. MERCHANTS k MINERS TRANS. CO. Vacation Trips "By Sea. BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA TO Boston. Providence. Savannah. •Jacksonville. THREE SAILINGS WEEKLY. Through firkert pnr^ipiil peints, iocludinf me»'« nnd fftat# moiu orconjmodation» ou affamera. Steamer». Be»t Serxir#. rooms de Luv#. Bath». \V Automobile« r«rrled. Send for booklet City Tlek#t fi 9th fit.. Pbiladalphia, Pa. \V. P F»»»oer. aa'a from and to «II Fine Low Far«». Staff rraph. n*. Leave Philadelphia, Pier 9 (Foot of Walnut St.) 10.45 а. m. & 6 00 p m. Leave Wilmington French St. Wharl б. 00 p. m. FREÎOHT ONLY i BI SINKSS ( HANTES. c w fr-\'<r?r^: wm. k Oil, InAu*trial SlorU» w*nf*d. S*nd Exrhanf» Box 29 •epiao 11. NOTH ES .. idam .'I . îï , ï rp 't V Hirnngli lif. for 21 m j„ s - D*',«»r*. — ROMANY Telia y mir putt, present and hare font end will go Bhellpot Perk. N V t ; pt!2 tm. (4 Y PRY IF.O i wvn MOWERS SHARPENED and rk la r«irr<t. Cnrjîe» l«wtm amt Wring* 5**": ' *;' , ' h ? I Ji N ° "Jow ' F r . ont 'IT!- .,. ■ £"*__."* 0 'L_ 1» i ano moving ant« haduno. ALL ft ••ftÄ"" Si', h "j*' g.* A .l l.;;,*' »„ 'ùoa n.naM R.. J m 'JtT I F vou WANT T0 T0,,R Ci.oTHr.a | i„, r (i(bh No a , g r , h , u. * a, 'plum, N-. 299s, «nd h* w '«r th A , ... « t ** hil " * "«• » rvoR HALB —RARRMAN f ""•« ' lr ' M p - 0 " t . l0 o »... murr . fr ,*,atc— F *ew■ K,""' L Je.« W.V» > n.«4d » ford. - '-J U OR balk-pa hxi or ?, .f L* ,r 'V*5", hu "dr'4. «pro i» TV,"' BUSINESS NOTICE ■ • rail Jaoitf. NDY DT GKNOA HAS PÜRCH \ SÎÏ> tha barbrr «hop at No |0 Fa«( Eighth hit friand* •apt 9 I Hi. •traat and wnuld Hkt to ha A MES W. MrOINT.ET, NO. non ORANGE STREET. Roofing, hasting and repairing of all Heater, range and stove repairing autU-lm. J kind». « *p*ri«lt.,. P ALL HTVi.rs-i.ARur, fork of Fall patterns Special prir SELECT for Ladles' for the hcavon from up. Workmanship guaranf#ed. J. Giants. No. 1008 Tatnall afreet. aug'-'O eod-lm. Suita. Kershaw & Whitten Ft ■at line of WALL PAPERS VO. fit2 MADISON 8T D. k A. I*hnn#. MOf»D. Ketimxtra Furnished, al'Jtf. Wilmington. Dal. Lowest Priraa. FOR SAI*R V Porter St. septia Iin. I N t)R BALE—ONE Standard MtH Pan. Uaienth »n-l l 1019 ycle 916.5, eh Hta READING H 8. aug'i lit*. PIANO. AI. w , cheap to qiit k i.• i I —iox 251. aufJ'Jl JOR SALE i ALL OFR 3flr A 40c PURE California Wines at 90c par quart Can't be beat. Max Keil, 300 F. Fourth St u»13 tf A OR HALF 8r.VF.RAL w and second hand, ke room for Improvements, laher Stafford Co., No. 510 Orange atraet. •#■112 tf. HOT AIR Have to Gal heaters. »ell to •» r worker. Delaware Hotel nty. ptfl end I in . ISO APRF.fl IS ne» • Newport, foil particular», hveraon. Newport. Del. P OK le- -GROCERY STORE and . P rn f* rt >* doing good business Gatah i lisbed for 25 year«. Good reasons for sell ing Splendid opportunity. 4pply Chaa. 8 HuHoek, fief enth and I'.ip ai hors k P o w r. R Boiler. VERTICAL pounds of Good for L horsepower vertical engin» jnrket ! tea gallon st Market atr*at bridge. lames MeAlHatar. sept 19 St »R SALE—7 ROOM FRAME HOl.'RE fr ■#» porch. No i-t.S Went Thirtieth ,ot, 35x100 fe#t 0 ronqit, bath sewered. N F street front and Brown back atPMt 165 Wett •ug26 end 1 m . porch. Not » much — . ■ ptv/kDTX! .. R^UIllö, Bray ton Hotel REHOBOTH, DEL. required. • n Thirtieth Open all year. Moderate. All Convenience«. American Plan. Special Rates lo Partie». K- W. RYON. Prop II l m III turn? Are You Buying Good Rich Milk there« a mat difference in milk: nm*t everybody re- «gni/.e» that fact. The aver«gr milk supply i« more or le»- nmvrUin, emuing «« 1 it doe* from mixed herd* end bot tled under condition* that «re i«<>t nlwiiy» «» -unitary «* they might I "he milk w* offer from our tu- i bereiilin te»teii herd* nt Middle town i« e genuinely HOOD MILK good in every way rich. |«ure, «ml with nil the <|iinlitie« (list go to make « high-grade article. It i* recencd at our -tore daily, in quart bottle*, carefully' packed in ice. A nu ll find it canie* more cream than most any other milk Id in this citv. Middletown Farms, Pare Dairy Product. 206-108 W. Eighth St. jll f*ire Daliterr Wafoaa, Both Phones. REMOV AI. NOTICE n K. ket «tr#et. h»» F C. 8MITH. OF NO *86 MAR • 4 hi» denta« pros ic* to the N. 15. Corner Ninth and JtWeraon atroett. »n<* If. 1 \R K J. BRADLEY. .IR.. DENTIST. F hn» removed hl» ofltrs from 700 Frank to 019 Market alr#et. D. A A Phene •tut 3 Imo. 111« FARMS FOR SAFE. Pair Hills Farm ' : Farm and Mi on. (,'hadds Ford. Pa, t Formarly «wnad hy J. V. Noblitt; anil abla for yaarly raaidanra, train fond I n trie iifhl, abada and fruit ! and d porrh daxrriptionx . maadoira. rraak. T ply at Manaion, ©ration B t Building. Phila. aartl »ma, 4 hatha, gaa and alar ataam haat. ahnndanra of a, haautiful lawn« ewaya. hardwood floor«, laiga n parlor, farm building» of all Urge laka. 139 ar hordarad hy Brandywine •» to mi 1 pnrrhaaera. Ap* your n broker. or . No. 30* Lippin »«if?* aod-1 m REGISTER'!*- MJTirK 1.3 STA FF. OF rr.DRTCO li fit'llF.MF.Ii. DF.rFARED netifi «x herabj givan thAt Letters of Admin-atratinn upon lha agtntr of Fadrlro Krariato fichamal, lata of K*>pub1ic of V axuola. deceaaad. war# duly granted unto th# Wilmington Tru»t Company, alevenfh day of fiapt#mh#r, A. I». 1913, and »'I parRona indebted to ihr natd da reaaed a tba administrât nom« having demand* agninat are required tn exhibit evaristo th* requested o make payment to without delay, and all per the deceased and pram • .mir dii!\ probat c«t. in th.* ««i.l n«linim •. ,i or before the eleventh day of Sep (ember, A. D. 1014, or abide Uy the law in this hchatt WILMINGTON FRIST roil PA NY. Administrât Wilmington Truvt Co. Wilming ptl 1 end 3wkn ■ Add on lieUwarc. LICENSE APPLICATIONS - OTICÏ— I, SAMSON STERN, Mr nnd situated at No. 405 Fourth ward of (he city of Wilmingt county of New Castle and State of Dels ware, in compliance with the requirements of the arts of the General Assembly, in auch caae mad# and provided, du hereby gi notice that 1 ahall apply in writing to th» Court of Genera! Session« of tile State of Delaware, in on Monday, the third day of N« t te for a lirenae for said homo tavern, for the aale therein liquors In less quantities tha be drunk on the promi mg respectable ctiia least twelve of whom holders of said ward, application, vit: W. H Hartlore. N. K, Goldberg. Clarence R. Holt. G. H. fieidie, Joseph Thomas. Sr. Morris ErraeUon. William ,C Chemiey, Fred Schuster. I*ou ia H. »oaeph H. Green, Hug ii Duffy, Lewi» fiasac. William P Windiah. •loaeph H Hit eben. ••ptlS*8(. I Ml N upant of the hou King atr the ■ •»«r'far'xi'w'räiita'ri.antj'! ' »% an inn or f intnxtraiiDx »me quart, to of said ward, nt are substantia) free retommend Ihe.saiil ember. Monday, th 1913. being D. Hie George Bradford, Charles Shull. Emi'.e i Bacher, •loh Daniel Hnlael. Frank Hieainger, •lames B Smith. Braunstein. Ha y Shore, Mallria, Meaner, .If., .lohn H .lame» A. Mrlnlire. 'Fimothy Buckler, • Albin W lia honey, William W Davies. Maurice Merkowit/. fiAMBON fiTF.RN Why T Pf •Vi-:. £s*r. Pay r I Rent? hi j Our Plan Will Enable You lo 9 BUY, BUILD, IMPROVE Properly or Lilt Mortgages Ton |gm $T.J»8 per month, pin« % tirr rent, «hnplf Infrrrat, on ©nrh $1,0011 boffoned, nhlrh repstn loan In 10 1-2 tears, Y «»u nre prlvllfr^il to r©p«y the Imn IT l>Y TIMK* IIhtHij Hfoppincr furtlirr inflrrrift»-. Slop, Think, Investigate ! Did }ou kin«' that It Is impossible for the average workingman lo OWN his horn© today miles« hr can do so on b monthly plan? W V have hnndrrdH of anfihfled people throughout, most of the Southern stales that aland aa WITNESS ICS that . e have made It possible rdr lh©m to rncqutr© a HOMK hy our plan, whereby It would have take'll - them nctyly a lifetime to Accumulate enough money to buy without our assistance. _ If VP ran do ihi© for others wr ran do It for VOU. You Rave Squandered Enough Money Paying House Rent NOW, make np «our mind that you will he the OWNER of vonr HOME nnd find out what real satisfaction meaiiy. If you already o«v'i your home, we offer an investment «hat for -mfely and profit Is un paralleled. WE ARE NOW PAY! Nli TEN PER CENT, PER AXNTM for the average time on small monthly savings; $8.00 on each *«W> Invested. W© hav© pr©p*r©d r litfl© booki©t that wp mail to you on request »•ill show you how- to b©oom© the OWNER of your home« IT The Standard Home Co., « I Office open nnlll 9 o'clock Brdiiesdai and Saturday nicht«. 9 Years' Sneressful Operation. Over 000.00 Loaned. J. M. PONDER. STITF ((«EXT. i W iliuineton, Del. Second Floor. Odd Fellows* Knlld'ng. em i ROOFERS W r. WILLIAMS € 0 . , No *21 Or«nç» fit, me nnd Hrâting rnoflnc. Rooflnir ^Spoilt • . nd ' n ^ Hof air Heating vV-ip; lr done. Phone ;26 1yr*^H Repnirinf pr TAX NOTICE. TAX NOTICE taka «m s* «i Taxpayer!, Notit »• —County S ppr cant, d all rannt y taxa» for tha yaar 1913. onth of Ti lnw»d during th» hnura. s a hr npan from 8apl»mb»r 'J4 to S»ptombar | inrlimiva, r&raptmg Saturday fr »'fllra 1 • in : Hapt^mbai Tba ta x o« to 5 p. m. s a. .. rontimmualy. * giva taxpnyrra rhanra to taka advantage of th# rahatai (HAS. H. LIPPINCOTT. Reralrnr of Tataa. to î> p a aapt 1 ! to 3U. ... jm « y Lr. • '■'Tv t X J . Scout With a Kodak I.ct the hoys bring home (he «fory ,,f ♦ h *' Hlk«*. the camp and each day*, ! fui» In picture«. With a Kodak «r Hrownlr they mn also «InHop rlsh| nn (he Held in ilailight. Easy to rarry, . 'lll.ph It. ofMTHlC. Kodak*, 16,98 and up, Pnnvnl©s $1,110 tn $12,00. Film «nitpllr« Hlway« nn hand and always urn. Frost Bros., 878 MARKET STREET.