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riTV RpAI ESTATE LIU lilYTJi IjOI/IUj - ■ — — 850 have been recorded In Wilmington within the past few days a* follows: Laurel St No 1610 »3500; .las. F. Mo-[ Ctoskey from Caleb E. Butsrhenal. Laurul St. No, 1810 »5; Charles J. Me-! Closkey from Jas. F.i McCloskey. Brown St. SF. Cor Fifth Avo.. »1100; Wm P Phillips from Security' Trust and Safe Deposit Co Sixth St No 814 West. 18200; John h Trahhold and wlfa from Bamcl Bui^ gnan Sixth St. No 814 West, »2700; Bar nett Burman from Samuel Schwarts. Rodney St.. No. 108, »10,040; John J. Hanley from Joshua Z. Grassland, «her Fourth St., No. 1227 West, »9050; Oath-1 Property transfers aggregating »122, Iff arlne Reardon from H-rman H. Jones. Cor S \V. of KUl.leenth Pt. 9. R. of from ! West. »11.250; Jos. Oreenstlno Harry Cohen and wife. — Lancaster Ave., north side, 125 ft. west of Rodman St., »700; Hester Qallo way from Frederick T. Oause. Tenth St., south side, 166 ft. west of Clayton St., »2500; Alfonso Vltolo from David Goebel. Fourth St , No. 1229 West, »3350; Ous seppe De Benedlctls frem Catharine Reardon. Walnu St., No. H12, »2000; Jas. P, Williams from Oeo. W. Baker. Seventh St.. No. 803 Rast. »3000; Marie Gasser from John Gasser. Jr. Poplar St., No. 1009, »3200; Geo. Brown from Jacob Statnekoo. Walnut St., east side, 124 ft. 11 In. south of Eleventh St., »2250; Wm. Irons from Jas, A. Dugan. Fourth St.,' south side, 184 ft, wost of Adams St., »«500; Patrick W. Keating from Jennie McOarrlty. Sycamore St., Nb. 1200. »2400; Anthony Mloduszewskl from Tunerszek Tomkle wie*. Front St„ No. 1319 West. »4800; Thos, J. Manley from Wm. J. Slefrenbcrg, Laurel St. No. 1619, »3500; Chas. H. Miller from C. E. Burchenal. Thventy-nlnlh St., No. 106 West, »4, 500: Warrvn VV. Williams from Annie Murdla. Cor. S. W. of Twenty-third St., S E of Tatnall St., »5350; Moses Schlmel from Isador Kell. Anchorage SI., sonth side, 100 ft. wert of Oak St., »1500; Terfel Skrzes from Stanley Zoltewlcz. Scott St., No. 1711, »1900; Zobeltto Clcoohetto from Em est Ne pa. Seventh St.. No. 336 Bast. »2000; Broinslaw Lewandowakl from Adam E. Wahl. Franklin St., No. 230; Morgan K. Haley from Catherine M- Harkins. Cedar St., Nos. 316-318-320. 83500; Fred. J. Wahl from John U. Graham. Fourteenth St.. Nos. 204-206, »3600; OUCH! CORNS! LIFT CORNS OFF j -t » i w oonet A STORK \ 8 Doesn't hurt a bk to lift sore, touchy com» off with finger» II « r.ryy * i 0 Ye»t Maglot Drop a little Freezon« on a bottiervome corn. Instantly that ■vorn stop» hurting, then you lift It right off. No pain I Try It A few oents buy» a tiny bottle of Freezone at any drug store. Thl* Is sufficient to rid your feet of every hard ■corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, also all calluses, and without the slightest soreness or Irritation, doesn't hurt at alll Freezone Is the maglo ether discovery of the Cincinnati genius. I! You Wiil Be Satisfied Bfffwswf» In Goodyear» you will find a tire that po*itfvely goe» farther and lasts longer. Our complete stock of Good year» enables you to obtain im mediate delivery. Wilmington Automobile Company Temporary Location 802 French St. n They make your tires last longer — Good gear heavy tourist tubes. ; j Louis nudln und Isaac White from Ehty ; Orecnblatt. Twonty-oeventh St-, south vrest side, sr) ft „mitheast of Tatnall St, »5700; 1 Harry H, Miller and wlfa from Jos. M. Oelll*. ( 1 Man,!'! JUj'vvolf Sugar-man from *\v!nj », Wrlvht Washington St.. No. *7M, »0500; Thos B. Kllvlngton from S. H Baynard. Thirteenth Sl„ No. 103 West. »4600; Il -nr y Scott Townsend from Morris, 1 Frankel. Qllpln Ave., No. 152«, »1H50; W'm. B, 'Sullivan from Nathan llarsky. Carter St. No. 2207; Kdw. Wlllbank from Laura G. Rogers. porter St. No. 408. 8247Ä; Plotr Bana-t^^ sek from Joznf Kemplstl. _for -__ . BUTCHERS' UNION EL FUTS. Offloers of Hie Butolror»' Union, No. I 492. Amalgamated Meal Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America have been elected aa follows. Frank De vtee '»every, president; Loon Mag'll. president ; E. Johnson, recording flnan clal and corresponding secretary; Wil liam Anderson, treasurer; Mayor Jolin-|th* son, guide, guard and arms : Alfred T. Hays, J. Wilbert John- I son. delegates to the Central Labor Un- j Ion; William Aaron and William An derson, delegates to the district conven tion, Philadelphia. sorgeant-at-1 THE CONT OF CO\L LONDON. March 26—Housewives of, West Bromwklch were In the habit of stealing coal. They formed a pool to I pay the fine« of the neighborhood. At this rate coal cost them less -than half the market iprlce. PAYS FINES AND OUT After Grip or Flu, What Then? After this epedemic swept the country almost like the "black death" did in Europe in the Fourteenth Cen tury, after the storm passed, we are ! confronted by the wrecks of man and women who have been left in a weakened condition, with pale faces and | feelings of general lassitude and weak ness. It is a fact to be borne in mind j that the effort on the part of nature to ' throw off the poisons during an attack fP ot Grip or "Flu" results sometimes in nephritis, or inflammation of the kidneys. In view of the seriousness of this dis ease as a result of toxemia, it is most _ _ essential that treatment be directed to t A JZ&i I wards prompt elimination of the toxins (poisons) from the body. This means that ''' ■'■'J the excretory organs—the bowels, skin and kidneys—should be excited to their best efforts to throw off the poisons. Send to the drug store and get castor oil, or a pleasant laxative such as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets, which are made of May-apple, aloea and jalap, and take these every other day. This will excite efficient bowel action. At the same time, if you suffer from backache, irritation of the bladder and the kidneys, shown by the frequent calls to get out of bed at night, considerable sediment in the water, brick-dust deposit, perhaps headache in the morning, you should obtain at the drug store a simple tablet which expels the uric id and the toxic poisons from the system. This is called "Anuric" By its action on the Ï. à I % Oil, MV HACK! I anti-uric-acid), and was put up by Dr. Pierce. | bladder and kidneys, it expels these toxins, poison». To build up the strength and improve the blood—because after the influenza there are fewer of the white blood corpuscles and too few red blood corpuscles—take an iron tonic auch as "Irontic" (to be had in | tablets at drug stores), or some good herbal tonic such as one that ha« served the greatest usefulness for the past fifty years, namely. Dr. Pierce'* Golden Medical Discovery, made from wild barks and roots, without alcohol, and sold in tablet or liquid form. Easter Flowers Everywhere tTQgoüOCOOOC-, We have opened three stores in the heart of the city for the convenience of our large number of patrons. We are located at 106 West Seventh street, 7 East Eighth street, Sixth and King streets—In basement of Mullin's store. !i Greenhouses at Silverferook —Phone 5173— J. ELMER BETTY OOQOQOOOOOOCOCOC CO OOOOOCOOOCCOO^VCOOOCOOCOOOOCOCOCO : The Meal Combination Goodyear All-Weather casings and Goodyear Heavy Tourist tubes. Put them on your Ford, Maxwell, Chev rolet or Dort, and give yourself the greatest tire satisfaction to be had for the money. We now have a good stock of Goodyear Clincher casinps In these smaller sizes. Three styles. Each, we believe, the best tire of its kind to be had at the price. Also Regular and Heavy Tourist tubes in all sizes. Come in and see these new tires! Let us show you what real Good year SERVICE Is. Motor Service, in«.. Eleventh and Orange Sts. -1 3SS iü They Are Best, But—They Cost No More— Goodyear Heavy TourUt Tube» TR ADE WITH US ? ,,V **lt.TON BRONNER, European Manager N E. A. LONDON, March in.--America may somo Spnlsh trde. But not If * ,Rnu, '' »woso. secretary of the I s P :< " l#h Chamber of Commerce In London, can help It. 1 " m wonklng as hard as I ran . ,h ® , ' n l ,le< * p 'f ,os * nd ln f ' l * nr Great Britain In th • matter of In ternllonal trade, he said. . Hurroso has muoh power. He Is 01 * Anglo-Spanteh Trade, a 'magasine publtohed hero, correspondent R bl K Madrid newspaper and In ,.,nk cIoM touo, ' wLlh Spanish business rr "' n - toward America," he said, "it Is purely a matter of hustnuss. Tlo> Spanls.!^ peseta was at par la your country till MIX!! HE SAYS "No, we have no national hostility Tour bankers forced It down. "The pegotA buys less in America n It tHod to, Bioro ill England. It Moreover. England wants and what we can sell. America does not." pays Spanish merchants to deal hero. needs SIGN LANGUAGE SERMONS LATENT. TOLEDO, March 20— Sonnons In sign language are being "delivered" at St. John's University here by the Rev. Ferdinand Moeller. Deaf mutes arc at lending In largo numbers. The mon« orfe designed for both Prole tant» and Oathollos. (MT A horsehair fan of black tulle Is bor dered with »trass. RAG-PICKER'S'ESTATE 1 AMOUNTS TO $6,000 It, F. A. Staff Sprsdat. DANVILLE, III., March 30—Rotative» of throe continents are »trvlng to par-' Mclpate In (he "estate" of Robert Pledge recluse ragpicker who died here. Pledge hud no close friend« and when be died not long mo there was not a single mourner at his funeral. Now . long depositions and legal doc uments are collecting In the olrcult court, here died by nephews and nieces In England, France, South Africa. India and British Columbia clamoring lo BABY SHOP Easter Bonnets and Easter Coats and Plenty Babies to Wear Them There's always a happy little family of Ï little folks in the "Baby Shop'' these bright Spring days. All primped and good natured while w vMi we trv on Easter coats and hats - \ vr 1 lL Caps, hats and bonnet |m»aBÄ light as a summer breeze and as dainty __ and pretty as laces and ribbons can make Î I them. We have all kinds here—smart new coats, in serge, checks, silk, cashmere, î crepella and corduroy. Anna Hanthorn, 617 Market St. D. & A. Phon« 3469. I \ Tv as soft and iiU^ | | i i JJj, ■cooocoeoscetvsoocc'sosiooooooeeooooooscosooooaot. Our Stock of Goodyear Cord and Fabric Tires is Complete. Buy Y ours N ow Before the Spring De mand Starts and the Annual Scarcity Begins.. Automobile Equipment Co., f 211-13-15 French Street. I. Phone 6277. Jacob Rosenblatt, Mgr. nsaa You Can Get Goodyear Tires for That Sturdy Smaller Car Of all Goodyear's notable accomplishments in tire-making none exceeds in high relative value of product the Goodyear Tires made in the 30x3-, 30x3V£', and 31x4-inch sizes. These tires afford to owners of Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, and other cars taking these sizes, the important benefits of Goodyear materials and methods employed in the world's largest tire production. Your nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of performance and satisfaction only possible as a result of such extraordinary manufac turing advantages. Go to this Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has them. çær\o 7 6 MO P 1 r '"i ■ I z ■ ffi I Q H t\ t fi ' lL boo o>*Vm^A»A rjf. Goodyear Heavy TourUt Tube* nre built to protect casings. Why endanger a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear 30x3^ Goodyear Double-Cure Fabric, All-Weather Tread_ 30 x 3>/£ Goodyear Sing Fabric, And-Skld Tread *2352 »21S2 Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of gQ less merit. 30x3)/^ size in waterproof hr* ... T le-Cure \ lyCr Tire Accessories Gasoline Local Distributors T. B. NOONAN CO Pneumatic Tires Solid Tires 710 Orange St, Phone 5802W share the "property" of the old man. Pledge left an "estate" of about |6, Today reported the following county balances to Levy Court! To the credit of New Castle eounly, »208.186.7«: mis wine, f8.472.06. 000 . COUNTY BALANCE* County Treasurer Q. H. Llpptnoott roads account, »523.54 ; »22.715.55; Mill Crook, oollnnnnus Christiana, »5,392.47; White Clay Ctwk, »5,021.03; Penoader, »5,458.27; Ooorges, »2,8883.81; Blackbird, »3,713.30; Brandy Castle, New »4,709.188; si Appoqulnlmlnk, »3,210.77; Red Lion, »4.900.23; WHY MOTHERS NEED RE0L0 Every mother know» that the constant care, lifting th® baby and loss of sleep, with sometimes prolonged nursing, ore a severe strain on the mother's system. Amusing the baby alt day long and then being up hall the night when the baby is feverish from teething or perhaps some serious illness, result in backache, head ache, weakness and nervous ex haustion. Yet ever the mother love watches over the little one re gardless of aching head and wearied body. Hut for her baby's sake every mother should keep strong and vigorous. She should renew her Strength to meet this steady sap ping of her health and vitality. Kich, healthy blood, full of life giving oxygen, iron, and the cell salts that must be supplied to the cells of the body to maintain health snd vigor, will keep you strong and well, restore the glow of health to the pale cheeks, and give re newed strength. REOLO, the great discovery of Dr. A. L. Reusing, has remarkable tonic and strength renewing prop erties. It makes rich, red, healthy blood, vitalized with oxygen, iron and cell-salta. It stimulates the appetite, aids digestion, tones up the heart and nervous system, in creases the red blood cells and TYPEWRITERS RENTED AND REPAIRED \n- filing for Tour Offlo* from a Prn Point to a 8 -ton flaf«. Typewriter,, nil nuUtea. s Adillntf Mtotiln««. I>upUcntlQff Machine». Cuih RegUton, Check Writers (ssfs |«srd> Office ftoppUes of all klnoa. A î w** 841 DRÄNGEST. You Know ■ We Sell i Us Wilmington Typewriter and Safe Co. I* ho ne «ISS. Complete Office Outfitters. sends through the entire body • stream of vitalized, health-restof« ing blood, that nourishes every cell of the tissues, blood, nerves brain and bones. Healthy blood makes the whole body healthy. The cheeks glow, the eyes sparkle, the step becomes light and elastic and the whole body thrills with the vigor and vis tality of perfect health. This wonderful REOLO formu la. which has been used with re markable success by Dr. Reusing in his private practice, may now be obtained through registered drug* gists who are Licensed Distributors of the Dr. A. L. Reusing Labors* tories, Akrqn, Ohio. REOLO Is not expensive. Each sealed package contains 100 pleas ant, tasteless tablets, sufficient for two weeks' treatment, and only costs a dollar. It is sold under the Positive Guarantee that If you are not absolutely satisfied with the results after taking the two weeks' treatment, your money will bg promptly reipptjfd, iuu can oiHuiii REOLO at Miller Drug Store, B. W. IJnAner, Prop., 404-406 Market St, the Llrenecd Dis tributor for Wilmington.