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Apply Uote »V LuitUirkOU
W
marls 2
E.
APPLY
LKivouth »tree!
H. «V O. U. R. W ll.u lugt ou, Del.
J.
TANT Kl*
•MEN.
W
•i
Khoaiin .
ma ris 21
CHASSIS
AUTOMOBILE
•UNiuerh. Apply Cooling
Co.. Fourth and French Ht».
« T AN FLO
Carriage
murL 8 - 2 t.
ANTED .MECHANIC. EXPERT ON
Addreaa M 11.
marl7-2t.
w
Oldaiuobiie i«tigiuis
Kvenlug Jourua) Office.
FARM 1
between 0
marl7-3t.
EXPERIENCED
CuL SéS.
ANTED
help, single.
A M. and R P. AI.
w
PRESSER
He-Nn-It,
uiurin-3t.
▼A NTKD EXPERIENCED
on HoffiuoM muchlur.
Fourth ami Oraugo Hte.
ANTED- AT ONCE,
hnudy men, croclore
Apply American Road and Machinery 4 c .
Kcnnett Souare, Po. m»rl 8 2t
MACHINISTS
ami
laborer».
'
_
BOOK
experience and
Apply P. O.
n»arlS-2t.*
EXPERIENCED
»tat« agu.
•alary OvMirod wtiuti replying.
Bax 68 Ü, City.
ANTED YOUNG COLORED MAN
porter, experience ntcvMiry; ateaily
puaiGui: Apply »iruul'i, 015 Market ht
aiarl7-3t.
\\
T ANTED
keeper;
W
SHOE
afternoon».
ANTED—YOUNG MEN AS
•alcmnen, for Saiurduy^
Apply Goldstein Bru» , King St.
murlö-ff.
W
11 TAN TED-YOUNG MAN V\ IT H I LERI
cel experience; n- who cau ope rat
typewriter pretemd. Hiate age vtpfji
ance and »alary de»lred .whan rep.ylng A».
iroaa F . U. Box ,5 ' ' '
»
EN ERGL I'D
young man, with **r without i xprrl
, In lumber yard and olD«*e. Age. edu
Addreaa M 12. Evening
marl» 2 t.
11 T ANTEI) good vegetable gaud
▼ » ener, marriea. fi.r itrlvaie place;
little knowledge of flower» ami green
houae preferred Tel. 5580-U 12, Wllmlug
ion. marU-eod-Qt.
BRIGHT,
TAN TED
\\
ence
cation and salary.
Journal Office.
TANTKD--PARTY WITH HOME BUS I
nets ability to manage
une thaï can Invest good opuor
Evening Journal
mur!7-3t.
W
out-of-town
branch ;
tunity. Addreaa M lo,
Office.
W'ANIFD- YOUNG MEN BETWEEN 'S
>* and 2 « year» of age lo learn téléphoné
hnainea»; mutt be high »ehool craiinsie»
er equivalent. Apply J J HolTeeker. Sixth
and Shipley Sta. uiara-lf
RANTED- AN INTELLIGENT YOUNG
niun who wonl I like to I a in Jewelry
bust . cas li sl e. a - ftitur* Ur right
party. Mn»t be able to furnish be»t of ref
ere n ce. Royal Jewelry U» . Inc. «1.1 Mar
■ - marlAdt.
SALESMAN
I.IVK
VITA \ TED REAL
II who ran »eü c
the hom«*: only uu u v b
buvinc»» and
need apply.
Frcnc!» Ht
lertrkcal appliance« I
\ enu cr*-ate a cion
than $50 per week
Electric Co.,
uar13-lf.
turn mor •
Sterling
802
DE
FOR SHIPPING
MED- MAN
parr ment :
»ome U nun ledge c
fluishing ;
c »rty.
Sixth and King St»,
mar 18-2t.
W A
h« a
nholstirlog au.I iv
ii>>r»mi»ut work n»>I »'■
Apply McMahon Br»»..
Aak for Mr. Tlnalcy.

i refer
I aal
ANTED- BY LAUGE. WELL KNOWN I
eatabiiahed cre.m j
iniiniaaton; ener
vv
»Hectors ;
lury and
salesmen »»r
lions ; good
mai oat»., |
getlc men can double
Address M 14. Evening J
ranrlH 3t
—WANTED
ONU MILLWRIGHT AND ONE;
BAND SAWYER
Manufacturers' Associât on
Free Employment Bureau
Second Floor, 6 W. Ninth Street.
marI7-8t.
WANTED—LABORERS
50c Per Hour.
—Applv—
JAMES STUART & CO.
17th Street and Tower Road
Take Delaware Avenue Car.
tnarl 2 -<lr.
—WANTED—
A few boyS over 16 years of age, |
for light inside work. Good pay. |
APPLY—
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
ROCKFORD GATE,
JOS. BANCROFT & SONS CO.
maiA-tf
•WAN TEC
MAI E STENOGRAPHER
For General Oflice Work.
State Experience, Aj>e and Salary.
M-1S Evening Journal Office.
mnrlb'tf
—WAITED—
A FEW MEN TO HELP ON
MACHINES HANDLING COTTON
GOODS. CONSTANT EMPLOY
MENT. CHANCE FOR ADVANCE
MENT TO STEADY WORKERS,
W E HAVE A FIRST-CLASS RES
TAURANT, WIlF-lir MEALS AUF
SERVED AT COS't. ALSO FREE
HOSPITAL AND DENTAL CLINIC
AND ALL MODERN CONVEN
IENCES.
APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
ROCKFORD GATE.
JOSEPH BANCROFT & SONS
COMPANY
TAKE RISING SUN CAR
marlS-tf.
IF YOU ARE DRIFTING ALONG
FURTHER PROMOTION
SEEMING IMPOSSIBLE
Tour Prc«ent Woge Iii«ufficient to i'lan
a Definite Future.
You Want Permanent Work Where W
and Advancement Depend Upon
lour Own Effort»
ages
GOODYEAR'S
Enormou» expanalon 1« ouw offering thl»
opportunity to 2,000 akille«! : »u«l uu»killcd
men. in good physical condition
MACHINISTS
-FUR—
ExpcrimcnUI Work, Boring Mill,
Large Lathe and Gênerai Hepalr.
.—ALSO
Men te Learn Trade» In Rubber Production.
Apply In Peraor.
__ at One«, With •
I UK FACTORY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
or t'oujiniiulcute
LHE GOODYEAR TIRE AND
DI ■ '
nUDDrK COMPANY I
.. _ I
Akron, Ohio.
Th* City of Opportunity.
I

marU-lit
HEI P AA A\TED FEMALE
YVANIKD- .HUE WHO ( AN BKW
luarRLSi 8kop " '
AVTANTBD — 4 <)UNG GIRL Ei.R LIGHT
*» heuaework in f SIK n } . tbr „
p.» 10 » 8 Broom, st .»».-tSd
î ■
Ap
111 . 1 , 1 ' aa an I i;i >—11 tun
OINIKUiI
•Jikll AA
marlfl-.lt.
• ■• I
TANTED
FOU
Phone 4778,
MAID
hou«e work.
Se aD iirpfuiit Ht.
•Mi N
W
AMRO GIRL
SODA
Uiker-Hegeutan,
irlN 11 .
FOR
Fourth and Market 8 t«
nil ii.
HALES
good «alar/. 1.
marin 31.
\\ r Ä N TED I :XPKUIBN CED
Y* glrla for millinery i
l«**innn. 220 King St.
▼ANTED WOMAN FOR GENERAL
' boimework ; two lu family. Phone
mar 17-21»
V\
SHOE
Apply
«21 !U.
KXPK1UENCKD
lo'gluuere.
\V r ANTED
»» ealealadlea and
mnrlO tf.
Ooldaleln lira»,, 307 King St.
APPLY
. Wllaun, 2512 Weal Seven
marU-tf.
COOK.
WANTED 1
" Mr» .Lie
b-enth SI.
WHITE
Phono 421*1*.
yitoman to do oknural house
'* work In family of three; aulnry, »S
X. Apply 1.11(1 Weal Eighth Ht.
lH*r w**
juürl 8 - 2 t.
ALTE BA
Apply Mar
»1 Dyers,
murlM 21 .
11TANTKD REFINED WHITE WOMAN
'• to naalai with bouaework and ■ ■ h 11 -
.Iren; «lay I» ulguia; good wage», plena
ant home. Call (ki.i-J. mburlS-81.
\\TANTF.D—KXrEllIK.NCED
» » Hon hand; good aviary.
:
tl:
1 Uulllua, CU'ttuet'ta an
VttUilBvcr Ave. *
a paid
ANTED—EXPERIENCED AND JNF.X
I perleuced glrla good wage
w
Ilf g
AH
Mr»
,
bile learning. Delaware Hoalery
■»., 17>th anil Walnut Si».
*
marl V*4l.
TO
l\f ANTED- NURSE, WHI I K.
» 1 st with care of two children.
E. M lloopcs, Jr
Appointment by live
murl 2 -tf.
. .
' '
GIRLS,
xitaNTED* WOMEN AND
• er périme« not n»ce.
uiarS-U.
•trwti.
117ANTKD—GIRL OR WOMAN
boMwork. In »nbiirbu
two In family. F. Ü. Box 307, City.
mar4-lin.
r - —
FOR
trolley;
D-G1RL FOR INSURANCE
nrxNTK
offleu ; in (lat know how to ime typ«
writer; »alary to atari, $12 per wc*k ;
■even houre* work, Ü A. M lo 4 F. M Ap
marI 8 - 2 t.
ply 803 Ford Bl.lg
RANTED TWO LADIES FOH CAN
vaaatug work In Wilmington; mu»t
be experienced Apply Dlaiimiul Dnltci
and Egg Co . 312 King St , Friday, after
4 j* \i marlS-lt.
V\
HIKNCKD NURSE FOB UHH.D
| a H „],] nn ,| ( u with child
._.i, j.,. UI . B ,,|j ; ^,„„1 w'agea, Venlnor,
y T for th# , un ,, u ,. r . i 5 y;i Frank.In St.
|. hon i aw53 marl7-3t. ,
» 1TANTED—BUIUHT, WELL APPEAR ,
j young lady, abculd uuderalnnd
t , |M . wr ,S„' K know dge of selling
position worth »21 or more per
Wilmington Typewriter A Safe
M1 ortnge si marlS-lf.
LX PERI
TANTFsD (KOCHETEUS.
w
bootee«, heavy yarn;
bora I bonua ,
be .tom* at home;
ctico.l only,
iutaniM' aacq
poatage pnbi both
given ; steady w
, med I u in y
way» ;
rork I»
nd »tltche« moat familiar wlth
«tâte work a
: .ml. Knitwear Co., 11 » Fifth A
mar 12-141.
York City.
610-G12 Market Street
Wanted experienced saleswomen
or the following departments
Shoes, Dresses, Coats, Suits, bkirts.
Only those accustomed to waiting!
on best trade need apply.
MR. SOMERS.
niarl7*3t
BRAUNSTEIM'S
(»10-612 Market Street
Stock Girls and Cash Girls
Good opportunity for young girls,
to receive a business training.
, .... I
Girls with lllgll school training
nrafor e»4
prcicrrtu.
Ann),i 4 c_
- Apply IU- I
UP SDUMPN
mk. soMLRs.
marl7-ut
GIRLS WAN1 ED
I
!st
Experienced and learners to work
on sewing machines, making ath
letic union suits; good pay while
learning. When you become experi
enced you can earn very good
wages. We pay Ihe very best piece
work rates and bonus. Continuous
work on one part, all year round.
Clean, light and pleasant work
room. Apply at once.
TOPKIS BROS. CO..
217 French Street.
dec?R-Iyr
BELL TELEPHONE OPERATING
I
[
j
Clasa of Instruction Forming to St«rt
•March 22 .
*11 Per Week to Start.
*12 Per Week In One Month.
*14 Pei Week In Three Month*.
Frequent advancement continue,
better paying poaillon*.
j
1
!
C,
Permanent Posit Iona.
No Lay-offs. Work Contlnnona
the Year Round.
Beat working condition» In Wilmington
Clean und »unitary quarter»
with annlight.
Sicktes» Disability Benefit Without
Coat to Employes.
Special Payments for Length of Service.
Good Lunch«*» Served at Coat
De «Ira bio young women, 18-25
age, may
ears of
ty
ure poaiiiou»
applying to
MISS SOMERS.
2nd Floor, Room 4
fho Diamond .State Teiepnont Co
Clh and Shipley Si».
ii)«rl 8 2 t.
si l t \TION WANTED—MAMC.'
yoUNG COLORED MAN W.SUKs'po
valet. S.° 0 l, m b Ät l,r
\y ANTED—POSITION AH DEMON.
* atratari collector or dark from 8
Addr sa W-55, Kvenlng
A M , , ,, M
I
marlS'.'t.
TTHill SCHOOL GRADUATE DESIRES
1 A ...laltlon with engineering company
fair knowledge of drafting ami cleo.',l
Addreaa W-48, Kvenlng .lour*;
marl 6 -:it. ! i
I.aa
trical work,
'.al Office
V ,,, N " MAKI ' ,Kt * man desires po.
1 -hlnn aa chauffeur! can gi.e beat of
ref- renecaj live years shop experience,
Addern. II- 8 , Evening Journal (tfflix
marl5-6t.
EROHANT—RETIRED BUT DISSAT
tailed with unemployment, seek» con
genial work; thoroughly familiar wilh
drygooda, men'» furnishing», etc. Al»o
ahoea. Could buy or »eil, Moder»;» aal
Addreaa W-31, Evening Journal
innrlH-.Jt.
M
»try.
Office.
HOARDERS W W l ED
t >oom and hoard si ijabik for
Ik two with retin« «I family Call 9519 W
tuarlS-31.
AGKN IS « \\ III)
1 OIÜT 8 WAITED To SELL
Une mit« fuel ; large profit» :
neu! work. Writ» V. .
Broadway, Now Vi.rk
mu slin avant»:».
I^Xl'KItlKM El) STUCK SALESMAN To
* J h»II rubber ■ oinpsny'H stock, In Dola
ware. Share». * 10 . i hc Mil«» C.rp, Gen
oral Delivery, I'leveluu.I, Ohio. marli'-lil.
LIBER
I perm a
'rumpurl A t «•
City. fetdtt t hum -2«f.
^
HELP WANTED.
full Hat.
Rochester,
( .
H, tiOVEBNMENT WANTS MEN
womcii. Ilundroils One poaitlona Big
pay. Write Immediately for
Franklin luatiuite. Dept. 43-C,
Ï
mar.'» Im
-
PIANO.
WAMKD
\\MNTKD î SED
stu!.. make un«i rjinti price. Addrci
»V -Ü1, Evening Journal Office. mar IK-It.
PLAYER
117ANTED SECOND HAND «
'» irnek. lara body. K, It.
»in Weal St , Wilmington. Dei.
1000
>N E-TON
Keatlug,
mnrlH-3>i
BEGS AND CARPETS TO
denn. Gou. F. Lang Co. 1207,
J»li2S-lf.
I
M
Oruuga Kt.
WILL BUY
Uauc Globi, .s:i 8 French St. Phone 2HUB
uprlH-lyr.
V0ÜU OLD CLOTHES.
N**im* boiigbt ni »tore.
I'Si.li FURNITURE AND STORE FIX
* turc» bought mid »old. Bcrger'a, Third
ft nd Shipley Sia. phone S1L1-W. marfll-lvr
'
PAY HIOIIEST CASH PKICES FOB
all your houaehobl guoda. J Sklut.
Seron. I aud Tatnull »treeta. 1). A A. Phon»
3222-W. Jun21-lyr.
, .
ShOO N D - H A N D
TO
.
SLOVIN! SLOVl.v;
1 buy oecund-band clothing,
of all hinds, furniture ami all kinds
cA-". 1 . 1 ' 1 '».""' 1 . l L uU *. ^' Vln P"y Y»ur Iirlee
«0. " ■ Front St. Phone 10 43 W mayî-lyr.
SITU X I ION WANTED— FEM\LK.
ELL-KNOWN
Dealer aud Junk, Uuya furnltur,; anil
gents clothing. Paya highest prices in
Delaware. Call II. Bloan, II« W
w
t «t. L.
Jnn ■« lyr
\1 T AM'J5D- ANYONE WANTING
give horse away for goad home
klndnean and light work, flt for 1 mlv to
drive, write and I will call. Addre«* \V-51,
Evening Journal Office. marlfl-3t.
SLOVIN I
Uull me.
sll.
..tivihl voiVv,»
11 ,iEU--iOLNÜ W OMAN «Hll
'• vWbl wlahea poaltlon us hounckeeper
Address H-02. Evening Journal Office.
marlH-3t.
w
\\TANTHD
»' keeper; three j.»ra'
can furnish beat of reference
I.veiling Journal office.
I" Mil. IVUMI .)
—SITUATION
AS
BOOK
experience
A'Idri-»»
marl«-3t.
wroi'Nn I . .
\ Dl NG LAD1 DESIRE» ROOM AM
1 board with private family: can gl>.
Addreaa \\ és. Evenin'
Journal Office.
,
ROOMS II Wil l).
11 »A NTED TWO FUR N 1 SHED^TttMikl s
Vf ,. WMt fo , r houaekecnlng.
âL i ffii dI f' û|Ced . c Vü. p,e AUdrcaa-. w- AU.
L'«*bl»g Journal t*fficc. marl8-2t.
11TANTKD BY YOUNG
MAN,
FUR
** with
(Apply W-59, Evening Journal Office.
rlH -It.
.
private
family
IfA.N, WIFE AND 2-YEAR-OX.D CHILD
dcalr ■ to mit two »r three »»fui
nlaheil ru.mi» ; beat reference». Atblre
W 54, Evening Journal Office. iuarl7-3t.
INTBO BOOM AND BOARD FOB
inan ami wife, in private family. Ail
tire»» W-3S, Evening Juurual Office.
marl7-3t.
i.r,
"
_
:
.
MMIUKS.
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
■ any bills unless contracted hv myself.
Mrs. Margaret Carey, «37 Clymer St. New
|i'aatle. Del. marlfc st.
FOU
:
rpiIE AID SOCIETY
* Brandywine I'reahyterlan Chnrrh
hold a rumningo »ale at 714 Tatnall Si.,
on Saturday, Muroh 20 .
OF
LOWER
rill
murl8-3t.
AWNINGS
Place yoar order for awnings now.
timate« given; work guaranteed.
WILLIAMS.
Ga
Phone 7898-W.
niarl-tm.
»23 Waahington St.
. fOTIIEK ANXIO( , s TO UKAK PROM
1TX li.-r »on. .Taine» W, Lockermau, col
"reil. He wna In the United State» Army
'"'d W»» dlaclinrgecl from l'amp Ma de on
or a * ,out ,he l,,8( °f June, 1911). When hut
.heard from, wua at 2.143 Florence »triad.
Baltimore, Md. Tbla man la of »mail build.
has dark brown akin, small mustache, has
|lwo linger» off at Hrat Joint on left hand.
nb r i ••
te* I or «I feef 6 itlt hc*H, JHirS of age.
'Any information cf hl» whereabouts will
be greatly appreciated by hia mother,
Mr». Becky Lockeruian. A reward If $.'s»
will be paid to ntiyon* who will deliver
,thia man to hia mother. Mrs Becky Lock
ernian, Newport, l»el.
marliit-ts 12 i.
JID..A i.KAniunuDL MAN I KAf
TURING COMPANY:
Notice is hereby ghen that there has
been set apart for and credited to O.e
sinking Fund, provided for in the C- r
ririeate of Incorporation of the Company.
a. amended, and na provided in the by law»
of the company. $211.100.21. and that the
Graphophono Manut-ctnrlug
Company will use and apply su -u fu . .
kl 15, ll the purchaoe : •
iferrod Stuck, as provided Tn the Certificat
of Incorporation of the company, mm
amended, and as provided in the by-laws
of the company, to such extent as lh<
.funds 4n the Sinking Fund may penult
the lowest price, at which auch Pre
ferred Stock may be offered for sale to tin
(company, hut at a price not to exceed on«
dred and ten dollars ($ 110 ) per shnr.
JINKING FUND NOTICE.
Columbia
him
plus accrued dividends
Batted offerings, plainly mark«'«! "Offer
..f Preferred Stock'* art nereby Invited :
bo made to Columbia Granhoph
faeturlng Company, at the o
one Muon
Bice of It
nr, ,o offer»«; (S) and «hall b, ilgned l>y
Uhe hold« thereof or ... or hi. proper
transfer agent, Franklin Traat Company,
4H Wall alrcct. Borough of Maaluittan, clfj
of New York, on or before March noth
11)20, Such oltera of Preferred Stork .ball
state ( 1 ) the number of shares offered for
•ale; ( 2 ) the price at which auch shares
officer or attorney.
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE
MANUFACTURIN'« CO.
FRANKLIN TRUST COMPANY,
Aa Tranafer Agent
•jDated, New York, March 18, 1020.
marl« 2 R.
By:
BUSINESS \OTH F.
I AUNBUAL*DESIGNS, FLOWERS MRS.
P. Hamilton, 310 E. Third St. raarl.VIui.
H. JEAXUKLI/- «JtTICR 8BR
▼Ice roofer. 2« K. 34th St. Phono
marl« 31.
\v.
1555-W
I >
graining ond giasing. 1123 Woodluwu
PhtBt 4941 w mar!2 lio.
Ave
ROOFING.
A. Spain, 715 M:id!«ou
ui;;r4-lm.
Tin, tar, alack.
Rt. Phone 4902 W.
GENERAL BUILDER.
nu«1 Carpenter Jobber.
Eden l*«rk. Phone 3599 W.
Joseph Thom«».
feb'.T- Ira.
AWNINGS
. * , h, .„.I, u „„
Order them now *>«*«"
A PRUITT
2U13 Madl'aoa SI.
!
I
WALL PAPER
,£ ^0^°^
Xa " F ° Urth S ''
Quick eervlce
Wall paper for »ale. 429
Phon« 8405-W. • mnrS-lm.
I'etlmatea ■•t.cerfiilly
rial. PULSION
Phone Bi-id.
fcblh-lm.
i
i
!
BUILD .
Before starting consult
JhS. THOMAS
general builder and carpen
ter jobber.
Alteration and Repair Work
Especially.
Phone 3566-W Citv.
Shop, Fden Park*
;
,
KCOVAt. ... -
sç -^- ]
.. hare Y GOODMAN, |
Merchant 1 allor. 422 Market Ht., 1
Rem ovo rl to 101 \\ Sixth St., next to Holl
IHephoue 1 « feb2S t m
marH-lm.
i
i Olt SALE.
^ tur»*.
KALE
401 W. Third St.
HOUSEHOLD
FURNI
marin 11 .
1^0 II SALE I'UIIK STOVE
1 wo AVeet si.
L'OR SALE
* Third St.
poll SALE ROOSTER AND EIGHT
1
POH SALE THREE
* Apply 1HOO W. Sixth St.
APTLY
mnrl7 2t.
PIANO, CHEAP.
215 KAMI
ma r 17 -41.
_-T
POOL TABLES
marin Ct.
IjlltR S\LI (.AS d i \i;i 1*1 ItHT
I r |a.» d , ( .."^on.ble "ril
Apply W. Sixth St niarlM-Sl
• NAIK
I* * l J A " h HLUt 11 HEED UEAKRSI
1 bio baby earrlage, In exealhnrt euudl
murlS 31.
mu
lion.
. Fourth Si.

AND
POR
•1 haytie-a.
marls- 21 .
SALK ONE
Phone Holly Oak, 110.
CAKBIAGE
POU KALE—AN AIKKDALK DUG
■* bla.-k anil tan, 12 week» old. Apply B);l
U« Eighth St. I murls-ilt.
1
HALE
BED.
TABLI -
Apply in «tore, H23 Mark**! Si
AND
elm Ir».
;uarI8-3t.
-
TH
POH SALK BABY'S ST HOLLER, W
1 hood. In tel y heat of conditio». Apply
1 'hollo Mho.
100 W. 2r.ih St.
SALE HOUSEHOLD
nmrl.s 3t.
GOODS.
1 roaaouahlc price, \ppiy tomorrow
Saturday, at 2 »J 0 Boulevard
Od
murtH-2t.
. ■—
It , ; "■' 1 ' 'H-OH M SIZE SAFE.
* tw»> o«U ,.i»»n I.:.; r.-la, twelve 2.V) gallon
hurrola. Apply 311 Shipley St.
I lull KALE
» loot aufe,
ui.»rJH3t
I^Olt SALE UPUIGHT PIANO,
»• mnrrla chair. Apply 401 West Twen
Octh si reel. marls 3 t.
K'OB SALE ONE 28-INCH LATHE. 15
■A foot he»i, one -S inch chuck, compound
rdat. 207 N. Harrison St. marls.'t.
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|.' , OK SALE KELTFEL A ESSEK CO.
* trauelt, with uipod and r.,u, complete.
Phone 7Ml. Inarf3-eud-3t.
ma rib at.
NEW SMALL SIZE CAU
»7« caah. Phone U314-B.
——
AL.M»
['OK SALE LOT OF EXTRA FIX
* pedigreed Flemlah Giant ralihlt». .1
jiidl, Newport, Del murRi cod-4t.
,
L
|< ° 11 kali: puke bred Berkshire
» ."'tV* J"'?.*' ~ u '' pnuuil». cheap. ! !•»».
L. l.Uhert, Uiiai'.le, Del. marl. .it.
1,10It SALE
1 rooms ami hath,
FI BNITTHE FOU THREE
i.unable, 4ul_ Wal
marl7-2t.
nut St.
1.1011 SALK ELEUTUK IAN> LEATHER
* bag and looli Price $ln. Call even.
Inga. Phouc 23nj. marlT-tt.
1.1011 SALE BEAI «Fl L KEROSENE
k floor lump, renaonable Apply 4iai East
Eighth St. iuarl7-3l.

,
j'' 2, 1
«reaa b-lffi. Ki
BALE -$225
VIC I KOLA,
\' il! sacrifice. .\< 1 -
•ning Journal Office. marl(»-3t.
$100
•or*ls:
1^0R SALE- HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
» nearly new. 709 Markel
murlt)-3t.
AN ESTE Y ORGAN. GOOD
will sell cheap. Coll 833
marld-St.
I ^OR SALE THULE SECOND HAND
heater«, in perfect cundlfloa.
Williams, Third and Tatnall Si». fcb, 2 d-;f.
fli*or, rear.
pöi iiÄii
» condition :
Wut Sixth St.
ORSES FOR SALK SADDLE HORSES
to bin- by the hour. 1022 W Seventh
feb24 If.
s. *.
il
81
hone 5002.
CINDERS.I
>f(inn curd yards
»UWO delivered
OF
— — jG.
Phone
may3'lyr.
anywhere.
U0Ï4-W
KU'OND HAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS
s
Imiigbt and »»Id. Morriaua and Lane
122 King St. Phone 475« W.
pr!7 yr.
'
»JYWO
BARGAINS , 1
PLAY EK-PIANO
goocl aa new, reduced price : rare Oi
ity. Hurkneaa Plano Co.. 304-0« M
iuar!7 -lin. I
£
port
Thirtieth St.
Edward O. Cook,
inarlT:
I ^OR HALE—THOROUGH BREI
lish goats.
female. w4th ki«l tit side
50» Ford Building.
ENG
KMPIRl:
S G William»
s. (,. William*.
HORSE
ONE-SIXTH
1
V)R
SALE
/ 1HE A PEST PLACE TO BUY SINGER
( ».«chine». *s«n™n P . cftow.«ÏÏL"j
w;,,,!, «••'I \\ T'mirtti <1 PlntiiA '•'t|!l I
IL ivr ' l * ,, ' irth st - PhonÄ -® ll>
y
power motor. 1«H* V', 60 U.. in good
nditloii, $15. 2122 Gilles St.. Union Park
mar!6-3t.
:frdciia.
THE FAMOUS
I'ipeless Heater»."
Third und Tatnall Stw.
orange Ht.
fK SELL
V\
Formerly
M
Jyso-tf.
*
I /oli SALE—VERY CHEAP. A COOK '
stove, excellent condition: fall «iz**
b*. I spring. « mahogany piano stool, a
ïïl"? , p C, Sh*Hf d 111 p0rCh r Ä ft ? P 'l
pl> - h. l.ith St. marl8-3t. •
I ifkD ci t î.* /'(O in,'v n a g iiPunofiXf
i ..lit* «MillriMP hiwi inii ,
i ^ I » I î ioit .h ; ■
r< 1 ^ J™. u 1 xi a 'n V/ I
,U A ' M *
" ' Eigntn st. mart »-it.
Vvûi haut tnov nx*n lümpw «
I 4 * Alétj "V , "r»u, .iaiik^ .,
k "ashstand morris chair.
•'***•* Othello cook stove, in A-l londlrion
;* ,| lp ,, rl«»r stove, gas heater, almost new.
'»ulre ^1 - Lombard Ht. .nnrl -...
T-Y.ku «Ä»« miam hoon m -• » w?
|C OR PALE-THE GOOD U ILL AM
* ■ contents of a ll room, old established t
rooming house, for men only Doing n
business of |200 per month, iddmi K- 88 ,
Evening Journal Office. marl«-.t.
, -_ r;* _ w ,._— 4 "
|^>K SAJ»E- HORSE.
* harness, two large gas rongea, four
ovens ; suitable for restaurant or board
ing house; also army blankets. Churl««
FFICE FLOUR CASES, DESKS SAFES
files, cabinet» and general office fiirnl
\v* imr noil und
4 HOGANY PHONOGRAPHS $150
value *110 while thev last* nlavs
iv.th*. Edlaon. Victor nn.l V«luinhl« P r^
„rd,. ' Alford Plano Uo.. 210 W. Ninth S,
—— Ü! — -
» i î î « I
^ HALfK.
* Rug» and Floor Coverings. j
HURLOCK'S CASH HOUSE.
Second Hand Furniture Bought.
Seventh and Poplar Ms. «.
1(.U SALK GOOD KKSTAUKANT
luialncs». »car «h I py a Til, fully equipped
llurloek. Seventh an«! Poplar ^ I M u.
mrc, »tore flxtnres, etc.
exchange. A. HINDIS & SON, 1U4 W.
Second St. Phone Î1SSS R
it
.»tl
( )
Jnn5-lyr.
mav2T tf.
I
$5tai lee hex. Parla range, fourleeu table»
and counter: lease good for live year». Will
sell at aaerltlee Invcatigate Ihia. Perm
Del. Dev. I'orp.. SÎU Market St., .us
floor. feb24 tf.

APES-WHY TAKE CHANCES ON
t n«l kc*«*!*:
re co rd« that it cent you money to make
gel uifc nod protect tkeB
of loalng them by fire
Don't take ehu
«•r thfft. Gel our prices. B. K. llurm.tu.
•H 9 Walnut St. Open from 10 to 5 o'clock.
j;. 1.22 If.
-pOR SALE
-T hogany v
wide, 2 feet deep;
barrow. Belgian hare«, rabbit hutch, »lx
compartment», automobile chain». large
»11 tank, 5-gallon gu«oliue can». 1011 Madl
FINE COOK STOVE. MA
wardrobe, R .. high, 7 f» 1 ':
awing, wheel
law
CINGEK SEWING MACHINES-DO NOT
^ ,h,nk " f buying until you get our
price. You can »ave IS» on your ma 1
,-hlne at this «tore. IV.. always hi»., a
large aaaortment ef »lightly u««*d machine«
«> v,>r >' '"w prl.es W- buy sell and ex
change, nlao repair machine». Easy pay-'
ment» If desired. Sewing Machine Ex
change. 41« Walnut St. Open 10 to 5.
Jau22-lyr.
I
poll SALE JOHN L. STODDARD LEU
IU ll Mrlu "d e .Tnd" imi'he'u Uhclt* with'v?ewj°"f
the world'» fnmoua place» and people» being
identical dlacouraca delivered during the
laat thirty
S S7.
marl7-2t
I
year». AI
SUakeapean-'e play», bound
leather ; pocket size, lu A-I
Israel Gallnnc*. »f London. Addr
Evening Journal office.
ten volume» of
in flexible
million, bv
Sltklîlhi
ilSmSo
FRONT AND TATNALL STS.
Fo r »ate—Steam pip«. ««>ü pipp, ? - bra ni «, 1
••baimel«. anffle«, «•oluiiiu», »hnftintf, pul-1
* y», banf^ra. holler«. »tack«, **nglnc>«. ,
h««. «irill pn»s». »erap Iron, portal.Ut
M-oiicrvie mixer, boiler atîaunvil. «ufj-ivr,
KOK SALE.
1 ,1011 SALK EI HE WOOD.
Wuluut St. I'liour 7352.
APPLY 853
mar.Mm.
HI
RENT- ROOMS
bonne keeping.
V
UK
LIGHT
1221 Market Ht. uiarl8-3l
FOR
POU KENT—SECOND STORY FRONT
room. 1422 Van Hureu Ht. marlH-tl.
-r ,
FRONT
1 ^011 RENT SECOND
■ room. 1221 » Market St.
I^OK RENT FURNISHED ROOM WITH
A board. 1203 Market Ht. luarb lui.
STORY
marl « 3t.
FT,h" K * T
1 , '" th A PPO Bennett Ht. marl« dt.
P«« KENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED
r , luulM f or llgnt housekeeping. «03 Weal
Seventh St. Apply «kï Madlaoi. si. m«rlS-2t.
______
UNE BOOM FOU STU1I1NU
Apply 700 Jefferaou St.
poll BENT
1 furniture,
marls 21 .
fOB BENT TW« I.ABGE ÜNFUK
lilahed rotnua, uae of hath and tele
B uren St. inurts-llt.
I
phone. «Ml N. V
-
POU KENT Fl'RNlSHKD ROOM. TELE
^ pbuue 7708-J. 1210 latuali aient.
uiur!8-3t.
FURNISHED
l^OR
1 bachelor apartment,
RENT
NEWLY
1310 W. Sixth St.
rond Moor front.
. murlT-tf.
POH RENT NICELY FURMSUEU
front room, bath, heat, light. Apply
825 Tat nail Hi. marl7-3t.
—-—
I/Oll KENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
1 »e< ond floor, with heat, for light lionne
keeping, 233 N. Harrlaou St. mnrlT-il
--
FLOOR, FUR
6 ub West
rlo-Ul.
poll RENT—SLCUNU
1 nlMbi'd room, fur gentleman.
Fourth 8 l.
IX)K RENT—FUKNLSHED OK UNFUK
1 nlMhed roomn. at 800 Washington St.
mirlSHt.
pOR RENT— NICELY
X ruoiuM for light houtekeeplug. Call
ingt*, 420 E. Ninth Ht.
FURNISHED
-u
mur!4 4t.
WEST ST. HUMSIIED ROOM
for lOdgera; all convenience».
902
luurhTm.
FURNISHED
püR KENT—NICELY
* room, gem lernen or man and wife. Ad
dies« R 04, Evening Journal Office,
marl 8-3 1 ,
11011 bent—large furnished room
y f„ r one yr (wu gentlemen, electric
.l»'Lla, uae of phone. 1127 West St.
marl7-2t.
.
liuli KENT — FURNISHED BOOM.
I suitable fur two or three gentlemen or
ladles ; heat and light. 3«7i W.'Seventh
street. tnailti 31.
_
KENT—SECOND- AND TUI II D
r«; rooms »ult« tile for hualnesa
Dr. Lewis, at 715 .Market St.
l.nill
J II»
■Hue»
fcl
rf.
1 ^ 0 K RENT- NEWLY FURNISHED
room lu private apartment, (suitable for
tie or t
Market Sts.
gentlemen; vicinity 29th and
Address R-93.
murid-18-20,
Reference.
Evening Journal Office.
- —
LARGE FUR
room, up to date con
■altable for business
private family: no children.
marlO-Üt.
I
POR RENT-NICE
*■ n is lied front
venlcnces ;
. a s f , ha ble ;
Phene 8494
I PHOL8TEIUNG.
) A BLOK AND LEATHER Fl BNITUBE
our specialty; material supplied: reas
it-inole prices; work guaranteed. Prompt
delivery. N. Y Upholstery Co.. 725 M tdi-ance
»on St. auglO-lyf.
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I
,
MO\IM. \M) HYUMM..
M oving and hauling—greatest
- eure used; charges reasonable. G.
Warrlngt**n. Phone 775-K. marlS-tlt.
-
IGUT AND HEAVY HAULING.
J \
4053-W.
('HAS.
Phouc
marJ-lm.
_
TILLIAM PENNELL — MOVING AND
land Ave.
W
hauling : iirlc«-« reaaouahle. 503 Mary
Phoue 0303. fcb27-lm
M oving, jorblng and hauling at
reasonable prices. W. E. Smith. 31M
J.oinbard St. Phone 6825
fcb25-lin.
■J.
_
LL KINDS MOVING AND HAULING.
MubJy'a. Fifth aud Madlanu atreeta.
se»tl''-lvr I
_I Oa..
T EW TRUCK FOU MOVING AND
I hauling, long distance, day and night,
anywhere. Wilmington and Philadelphia
Fxprea». .To« Lattanzlo, «02 Orange St.
pb J 1M .j angT lyr. i
,
A
**
Phone» 7290 or 5028.
N
111)1 SK PAINTING.
"'AMES KEENAN—HOUSE FAINTING,
graining and glazing. Estimate» care
fully furnUhd. ItKH West Sixteenth St.
Phone 7492 -W, mart)-lyr.
I
I.,.,.«.™«. »>•«« roi.rr i
Oh REAL ES» \TE.
rpiniSTKE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE,
* will be sold at public sale, on Thur«
, ay March & lttao J at 10 o'clock A. M..
<>n the premises at Ashley, Richardson
Park, Delaware, the property of the late
William G. Dnggin, deceased, located at
Ho northeast corner of duPont Road aird
Hillside R.»ad, Ashley This lot has a
frontage of 164 feet on the duPont Road autl
*lcpth of about 101 feet ou the Hillside
# j with a i| P y S both in the rear and on
thc north aide of the lot.
*fhe Improvementa, consisting of a stone
an( , bp|ek F dwelling, with seven rooms and
»»nth, gas and electric light fixtures and «ta
tlonarj tubs In tho cellar and with n thor
(l|lghly mo( | C rn septic lank iu the yard for
j„x disposal of sewage.
This property 1« well located and the 1
unusually large lot adds greatly to Its value.
)loth rt a a home or on account of the rap
idly increasing value of real estate in that
locality. ;
Terms of sale— 10 pep cent, of the pur
ohase price to be paid when the property
«truck off and the l>n)ance to l*e paid
•Ithin thirty days from the date of »ale.
•hen possession* of the property will be
u \vcn
EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY.
Trustee under the will of William O.
9 • ,... ,-sp.i
HARRY J STIDHAM, Auctioneer.
Premises'open for Inspection March Y\,
11 A. M. to 3 P. M. ma rlS-IC-18-22-24.
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EXECl TOR'S SU.F. OP
PERSONAE PROPERTY
ïiXEfTTOn's SALE OF, PERSONAL
h
Fj pkoIKRTY.
will be sold, at public sale, on rhiirs*
«lav. the 25th da.v of March, 1920, at 10
oVWk A. M.. on the premltea at the south
a ,t corner of duPont Road and Hillside
Road, u ftili line of household furniture,
„Homrlhg to c.tnta of the In.c William G.
Umrcln. liieludlmr Eneyclopedm Urlttanien.
an Edison phonoRraph, upright piano, re
frlgerntor, gas range, kitchen and bedroom
furniture and other articles too limner
«»' '"'"î'S"; -^'.ÎVtV^îîiwT. x vv :
EQUITABI.E TRUST COMPANY,
L'xeciitor of William G. Duggln, Deceased.
HAKKY J. STIDHAM, Auctioneer. j
marI8-l«-1S-32-24.
- vnTM-i
SPIRITUALIST NOTICE.
1
S
Chureh. 00(1 West «tr»»et. Servier» every
Sunday evening. Meaaage» by Mr. Dor
Skeptic» Invited. Ail welcome.
T ,
I I
art.
ma rl8-3t.
PIIOI KSSIOWI
AIR DRESSING—MRS. W. A. SI
inomla, 408 Delaware Ave. Shampm.
lug, hair dpeatlng, facial massage, done at
yuuf home. Attpofhtmenl made by telephone
'i^m 'Vhowe (It 4" ' mirt-loi. '
1 ' ' 1 !—
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——
I,in: and niARACTen reading.
AI All« II 18.
, , 1
When awake (o the wonderful powers
within, the person born on this elate
beP omes one of the most lovable, pow
'•'' ful ''j 0 Zo(1 , la< '' T .\' V . " ml
energtdio, the judgment well balanced
and the intuition Is clear and extraor
, ...
This person should be very' «ireful In
marriage, as unhappiness and serious
trouble and discord are sure lo result
from a hasty and careless alliance,
They are distinguished for minding
their own business .nil oan relied
upon to keep .1 seer t Intact.
The birthslone is either a moonstone
I
dinary.
or a chrysolite.
Th* Want
, „ t ...
nist.-hin I>
ifld ri*. 'll at a |»ri*fll.
Ads will sell boats.
t«» adwutapp.
r
ALTOAIOHI.es KOH sM I
.
.. ... ..
I.iOR SALB VIM TUI I K. OOOD I ON
» dit loll. Phono 82«5. luarli-St.
-
11117 FOltD TRUCK, TOE
I* rice
ONK TON FOBD TRUCK
marls-tf.
l^OR SALK
■T Apply 30.1 Ta to all sr.
roll SA LK
i
*hone 9314-R.
MOO
CÜHU
m«rlh-3t
: r
1018
|?OB SALE-FORD TOURING
M. model; »lx good tire»;
Don. Phone 7777.
l«*nii«.
I
1
At eondi
marin 31.
SIX CYLINDER.
Gilpin Ave.
™.l
poll
1
Phone Holly Oak
\\
» >
Addreaa W-31, Lvealim Journal Uffleu.
NOB SA LE — W I N TO N
bargain. Apply 10-1
marl« ill
NKW
U A K ACL,
with removable aeata.
TRUCK,
ready for uae.
marié (It.
BALK FOltD
■baaed body ;
PORTABLE
TAN TED
alao
•arnag
feb!S 8 -lm. _
CHKVKOLKT 400 TOUIl
oxide battery ;
erhanled; good tlrea, one
Call Holly Oak. 7« W.
f .iOK SALE
lug, 11)17
engine Juki
extra.
model ;
*37.'>
■is ;it
eaall.
ENGER
or will
STAN
trade for runa
SALK
»tea mer.
Brandywine Auto Fainting Co., Gll
lodney and Clayton Sta.
inartMiu.
I ▼ok
* ley
pout.
Pin Ave.. betw
Phone 12184 - J.
SED TRUCKS;
I . î , -
So endorse
I
SED CARS;
ALL MAKES
Special easy payment plan,
meut required. J. D. Greeuless, Agent. 800
West St. *»b24-lm.
U
_
t'TOMOBILE REPAIRING AT BEAS
_
NDER
i
«"V
specializing in Oakland,
Maxwell cars All work
Robinson's Garage. 31« Tor
•tweeu Washington and West,
feb 20 -lm.
ounble rut»-»;
overland an
guaranteed.
bert Kt, h
12th and 131h Kta.
i-cn.i
I JtOIl SALE—ONE 1«17
Bulck touring car; one l« 2 u Hup
bile touring car. ucarly new; used <
nly
short time by demonstrator; one Stearns
Knight Coupe. H. O. Neese. Union Park
Garage , »08 tjHon • L
BU1CK. 7-PASSENGER; MU.ST
be »obi; bargain; good condl
Aiso 4-cylimler Rulrk. 5-paaseuger.
T. C. BRADFORD,
1521 Delawa^o Ave.
1918
'
.
t ion.
Call
•hone 1905.
ü< '''- 4 tf -
R SALK—SEVEN PASSENGER PEER
i
F
tlrst-cluea condition.
8 -cyIluder;
be
Apply
KARNE1 MOTOR SALES CO,
11.1 Cimoort) Avenue.
Open evenings, 7 to II o'eloek.
I
I
Ford Touring.
Ford Roadster.
Bulck Touring.
Brlacue Touring.
Metz Boadater.
. Peugeot llaeer.
Paige, 7-paaaenger Sedan.
The above ears may I»* purchased on
>ur convenient monthly payment plan if
Wired. Act quick. Open evenings, 7 lo «.
Ice MU. UATLEDGE.
.bed lyr. TURN HALL, 802-98 French .Ht.
j

mic <\i 1

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UOTION SALB—ÄNT DESCRIPTION.
anywhere. If you vac! to sell, see
}*..]uilton. the square deal auctioneer ami
larm agent. *.03 Madison 8 L Pbune "348-W.
Jany9-3ni.
man;-cellar,
ThUBLIC SALK ON TUESDAY', MARCH
* 28, 1929. at 2 o'clock, on the premises,
No. 1014 Washington street, office equip
I Dient, iucludimr oak desk, typewriter and
table, three office chaire, four dozen fold
Teens, rugs.
condition,
i»ig c hair», diningroom table. »
linoleum, etc. All in good
Terms cash. Woman's Christian Temper
tdi-ance Union. marls 4t.
!
K LAIRS BASA A K.
SATURDAY. MARCH 20.
At 11 O'clock.
75 head of horses and
mules. One carload good.
und horses, will sul?
anyone that needs a good
Fifty head on commission. Lot of
wagons and harness. Five good cows, two
frrsh, calves by their side. This Is a pair
of extra good cows. Bring your horses In
«nd get the cash. Horses at private «ale 4
at all times.
ui:irl8-2t.

horse.
K LAI It & HOLLINGSWORTH
.
>1 BLIC SALE- M RM U lit- ill
PET 8 , RUGS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
ETC., WILL BE SOLD AT STIDHAM
Il E. FOURTH
)AY. MARCH 1«, 1«20. AT
1
4
SON'S AUCTION STORE.
STREET FBI
1 OyLOOK P. M. SHARI
I Three large load» of high grade fnrni
jturc, carpet», ruga. ete. Bedroom, dining
room, llvlngroom. library and parlor fur
nlture. davenport, çoueh. braaa heda. "*at
tre»"*"'' •llanca. mirror» ''hair*._
all 1,1 »»initialer, »Ilion, brua
i ici», «»ölen libre, matting, graa» ruga.
, linoleum ; alao »ne mahogany frame II
Ibrarv »ulte, in blue leather, coat $l«o.
*Terina caah. STIDHAM & SON.
rl«-3t. Auctioneer».
1
1
H'BLIC SALE—WILT. BE SOLD AT
- public «ale. on the road from Newport
to Stanton, on Wednesday, March 24. 1920.
», M . three good farm hones,
,dth lamb« by their j
Poland China |
Berkahire boar.
. Bui look :
manure spreader: j
hor«e
rder. rid
.
^ î: ,
«ide. one good buck, four
brood sow«, one registered
17 pigs and shoals, farm
style, good order.
Ideal Deerlng mowing machine.
rake, roller, grain drill, lo go.»«
lug cultivator. Acme harrow, drag harrow,
both nearly new: Oliver riding plow,
nearly new: corn «heller. 509 pounds
ground alfalfa. I horse .art set cart bar-1
'clock
•agon
ness, »et wagon harnf^s. ...
bridle« and ha ters, forks and shovel«, i
»ingle and double trees, a rick of »trän.
I« acres of wheat Ini the'ground. Term«
cash. HAUVM K. GRLGCi.
HARRI J. STIDHAM. Auct. marl8-20-* M -23.
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T . T .. ...» »waiif OFFICE OF
S «i'cuptaïiv .' t ..
JE* kk i mc \ t r . i \ i k.
CERTIFD Ath. or uissolg 11 ». .
T « All to W hom These
_, T \ ome * Lreemig.
Mnerea«. It appears to my sansracnon.
■JifheDtlcnteil record of the pro
eeedlng» for the voluntary dissolontion
thereof, by- the consent of all the stock ;
holders deposited In my office, the Lincoln]
Petroleum Products Company a corpora i
tlon of this Stat«*, whose principal office 1
»» situated
city of Wilmington, county of New Castle. 1
State of Delaware, Corporation Trust
Company of America, being agent therein
a nd In charge thereof, upon whom pro
'TÄ*. to? S« Ä I
"of "Ltawa " P 5Î ''èomnînid ta'„
U'll. Soetioo l *o 2101, Section 1S7 l h«l)
ter 65. «»f the Revised Statutes of 191.5.
n „ nmetnled, preliminary to the Issuing,
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CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION
Nf .^ therefore. 1. Everett C. Johnson.
( ERTIFK \TE OI DISSOLITION.
•resents May
g ePPt . tnr y nf state, of the State «>f Delà -
«■••u»,» .t.. h«*rebv certify that the é*ai«l cor
"'.VTùôn dlL on the ,lxl2n.h day of!
« oroh \ p jpo«, file in the offlea a
Ipiiy' oxerutrd'and attested oonarut. In writ -
j • , hl . ,i|,«„;utIon of said eorporaiion.
lx ,^, u t P d bv all the stockholders thereof.
v.-hlch said'consent and the rm.nl. of the
„roeeedinira aforesaid are now on flic In
, a i,j ..{p,.,. ri » provided bv law
• " 1 ' 1 IN TESTIMONY
W HEREOF, I
have hereunto
gP | m y j,and aud
OFFD'IAL SEAL * official seal, at
Secretary » Office • Dover, thia 16th
• 1855 Delaware 1793 • day of March, in
* the year of our
• • Lord, one thou
sand, nine him
■d and twenty
f State.
'
,
.
«
1911
• i
EVERETT C. JOHNSON,
inarlR-it.
Secretary
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r
_
GOING
Third
LOS I WII FOUND.
< )ST~7»IAM« *ND^' STICK PIN.
-4 from Cht siniii and Clayton t
and Broom* »treefs. Reward If returned
.to 219 N Broom«* st. giarl.8-3t.
" K 'diVte
(-Inirt..» I
111,1 rla ". !
... ai *n ...
L°J T
RABBIT
DOG,
black 'with
'»out 25 pound»;
r.l If returned
apota.
Pryor. «17 AV. Third St.
It.
to
T ost- an OLD fashioned gold
^ h ' ,, "' n( f 0 l;^ 1 .T.7' n J,. 24t ^," n .:L Ta,,, " U
picav call n't io« ' W.
1 hone M_.,
event..ir
•■J... sT
-III. St.
marts It.
OST—ELGIN WRIST WATCH, RIB
J bon brae del. ".Al. AA'.." Wednesday, at
Sixth and Shipley Sta, Reward; no qura
«loti» aake.l. Return to thia office Phone
_ _ mnrl7-«t.
i ost - ihTcketbook ggntaining
-»J $3« and i»29 r«>ni car license, on 9.00
trolley, from Stanton (■■ Newport Name.
,}!!!"*" ■,-hriïitoî2"îw.i ,f ' U>
— — hri f"*' P* 1 ' ,uarl ''•"•
OST -A PAIR OF ULELt'E I.INUI*
4 leather glove», uctween Fourth and
Monroe and Nineteenth and Market St»
Reward if returned to 1S10 Weal Second
uiarl«-3t.
I
i
•tr**el.
REAL ESTATE -MOI MIT.
poll SALE- TWO BL'ILDINO
A Minquudale, on Boulevard
Xu - 7 - Abl'ly 502 N. Adam» »I.

VOR SALE Iful 8E, SIX BOOMS AND
* bath, hut air brat. 228 w 17t
P 1 )' <>» premia«».
LOTS AT
in I »luck
marIb-31.
aSt. A|l
marl5-tf.
i
^UK SALE SIX ACBE 8 OF LAND, ALL
tillabl Summ itt UllL
Evening Journal Office.
P'OK SALE —CORNER
1 ground. 75x150.
AddresN S-84,
marll-eud-Ct.
i l I:• J.
OF
Belli
ken, Elginb and duPont Su.
Dr. Mini
ma ritt- 1 m.
P°R SALE SIX BOOM HOUSE, LABUE
1 lot, modern eonreoicnoea S 11. Bcu
|dea , , ()( . at ,
mlnglon.
buyer,
nett, Cedar», Brandywine Spring». marlO-Ot.
poll SALE PLOT at ELMHURST,
A 60x100 feet; good location C P.
Say lea, 2120 l.amottu St. Phone dnPout
Exchange, 0222. fel >21 tf.
' —
HALE—TWO
ADJOINING LOTS.
Colonial Height», Wii
Kenan ualdo
Del
quick
U. Miller. .131 N. Peach St„ Phila
marl«-:it.
for
delphla. Pa.
I
»I SINESS PKOPEUTY.
* lot or farm —
DWELLING,
Will get it
31« North
Open evenings.
-we bave it, or
Ueaguu Realty Co.,
I*houe 7403.
f*»r you.
Jftek«on St.
iuar5-lyr.
;
FARM LANDS FOB SALE NEW JERSEY
VEW JE11SKY.ACREAGE BAKGAIN, »J
caah, *2 monthly, buy» two acres line
land. Full price »7«; only «3S each. Vail,
USD Broadway. New York. uiarl-liu.
p'll SALE—AUGUSTINE STREET,
* Newport, Del., a tea bU room hoiiae,
wi <h b a th. hot air heater, electric light», c
ment cedar, water and sewerage; lot 47x150
feet; cement walks; one-half block from
trolley Hue, two blocks from railroad
Btation. Apply Kinmeoti Clay Co.. Eunit
able Bldg., city. murl(j-(ll.
F OH SALK -NEAR EIGHTH AND BUD
, "ey atreeta, modern aquare plau tautiaa
of aix room», hath, pantry, hot water
heat, cement cellar, gas and electric, hard
wood floors and trim; large llvlugroom
with «replace, three porches. Pqssessiou
liihou^ «0 day». For further Informal loi»,
call ilSl-K. mar 12-ilt.
ATLANTIC CITY COTTAGE,
^^-lont location; completely
EXUEL
furnished ;
A1 condition;
sage 4-omplete;
going, excellent lines
tine touring car and gar
30x8 cabin cruiser.
•au
ami
appearance;
** 9 Ulpped in detail; Immediate poa»e»aiou .
must «ell at once »« I«, $35.000. u
Communicate I*,
St., Philadelphia,
le««,
Il 4 »bert, 3719 N. Elgin h
Pa. marl 7 - 5 t.
812». 500
WILL BUY 101 ACRES
of Rouil farm lanil ami
equipment, consisting of two »et» of build
Ini;«, nine head of cattle, one pair of mul ».
June pair of buraea. 20 »boats. «0 chick
ens, farm implement», harness, wagons,
etc., located six mile» from Newark: po
»eaaloD at once. Ad'dreaa or phone ,1. A.
McKelvey, Newark. Del. marl7-4t.
I
*
»i:\GALo\VS - M ATCH
» Park roll,
two mon*
bath, pantry, porch, electric: lot
mi for garage and chicken«:
from trolley :
HAMILTON
We have Ju^r oomph 1
«tucco bungalows. Are room»
7 >... v i. I
200 fe *t
one fare. I * r i »
«esslon a: ou<m
Kton*.
Park. Phone 0311 R.
Apply IjowIs & Hendrix.
South «treet, Hamilton
marl8-3l.
pn»eery
l^OR SALE—SIX ROOM ÎD4USR. HOT
* water heat, electric lights, gas. cement
running hot water, stationary wash
tubs, front porch, two porches in rear,
second story porch screened. awning».
acreeus. window shades, kitchen linoleum.
bathroom linoleum; lot from Market to La
motte street, room on lot for two gerages.
Possession immediately. Apply evenings,
between 0 aud 9 o'clock. 2Ö02 Market Hi.
marl7 3t.
RE AL ES I ATE—FOR RENT.
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1^0R RENT—STORE AND FIXTURES.
-A 304 E. Fourth St. marl6-3t.
!--—
|J*OR RENT- PRIVATE GARAGE, Jbx 13
0 1 1310 Gilpin Ave. Phone 1956.
mi.rI7-2t. #
- »-■■■■ - -
ripU KENT—MARKET STREET STORE.
JT U pp or floors; suitable for rnerrhandls
flJff or 0 ffl ce s. William H. Gibbons. Inc.,
M„th aud Orange Sts. marl«-3t.
I 70 R KENT—TEN BOOM HOUSE. MOD
. ern improvement», good location at
rmymont. »100 per month. Apply Pet'»
], { |. Corp., S3') Macket St. Jaa20-tf
&
.
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HOME SWEET HOME'
The Bijr Demand Now in
Wilmington—is
"MORE HOUSES"
Why not build one for your
Wi' are able to furnish
\ you with all the lumber, mill
work, hardware, etc., necessary.
s'-ir?
A Trial Is All We Ask
j
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:
j |
cji o ^0 oi/ Glicalwi^
,,.. VT ofsirabip off» r
|?OR UhSl.-VVhlli AH .B OH. I
»pace, aggregating .»,500 square fc.,
on two J« or8 r r„ -n
quiroments. Gawthrop A Bro. a.. 7\\
Orange St. mar 17-4
op
IXC. •
! Frank \V. Grubb, Manager.
Phones 3'J8 ami 3'J'J.
I marlS-tts-fliu.
FOR RENT.
APARTMENTS \V ANTED.
7ANTED -FURNISHED APARTMENT.
more, pri\ate bath.
Adults. Addre»» W-57.
W
two rooms or
April l lo .Dint- 1.
Kirle.
; office.
i APARTMENTS FOR RENT.
1 --
1 UNFURNISHED APART
1 ! m ent. 715 Market S:.
-
«OR RENT-THREE
bath. Apply In »tore.
I ,n '' r,s • s,
ta'„ OB
_T (t Tr rooms and hath:
, h - th 004 King St
1
I
1
1
mar!8-3f.
Evening Journal office.
AOtTPLB DESIRE THREE OR FOUR
J room apartment and bath, on west
Addreaa W -53, Evening .Tournai
marl7-4t.
(
febls-tf.
ROOMS AND
823 Market St.
RENT — TWO
APARTMENTS,
also four rooms
uiarlS-fll.
I jioH RENT—THREE ROOM APART
ment and bath. Apply in store, 823
Market St. marl«-3t.
TYUEWIIITKIIS.
A. SMITH. TYPEWRITER Ex
i >
|
change. Typewriters »old, rented and
repaired. Agents for Amco Adding Ma
Chino, F. & E. check writers. 2 W. Seventh
St., over harbor shop. Phone 8073 or 2775.
ileelD-lyr.
J.
T ypewriters rented — three
months, $5.00. Renfnl applied on pur
ch»K«'. Sold $5.00 monthly. Typewriter»
repaired. Royal Typ«'wrltc*r Agency, Type
writer Exchange, »econd floor. N. W. Cor.
Seventh and Market St». aug22-tf.
pi wo n aim;.
> IA N O TUNING DONE ACCURATELY
and promptly. R. W. Driscoll 513 K.
Eighth St. Phone 4013-W. feb29-tf.
1 JIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING;
• player work a ipeelalty; work gunnin
teed. Formerly with Kohelen Plano Co.
J"* A moil, 7. E. Third St. P. 2790.
fph29 lvr.
SANITARY IVOliKI'lt
\V J ' " inT'iTe.stki;, ms n street
• Odorl.sa excavating. When you
want your cesspool» cleaned, phone 4«52-\V
feh 2 -lyr.
AI K. KELTER IS STILL AT FOURTH
. * ani1 "'•'»! S!a. Now la the time lo
h * ve j° ,lr "Clla cleaned. Phone 5118.
June21-lvr
J yr
ELECTRIC AL.
I.ILECTSIC FIXTURES CHKAPFSt'Vib
J'a prervthino .Get,I.M.I .■ e N
Electric Co., new addreaa. 41« Kl'rûr""sî*
phone 1451-j. murlT iyr.
-
- "VÏÜLtÏ? DPPDKILMTIFS.
( AIVlMi TO THE HIGH cost OF
V • |, î ln * t 1 < ' l " t, 'c" 1 hn i y," . v ""r «id clothe*
^j««* »»<* prc»ac.i like new. at n w. «t
__marl., lit.
N(; MARRIED MAN AA'OULD LIKE
• to Imvat »pare time and »mall amount
of capital 3.. i
» Browing c
W tM», Evening Journal Office.
AiMo-Ht
ma. In
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