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YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL RESULTS.
American League. Cleveland, 9; Athletics, A Boston. 8; Detroit, 3. Chicago, 11; Washington, 10 Cteo - Innings). S>U Louis-New York—wet grounds. . National League. SL Louis. 3; Phillies, 1. Brooklyn. 3; Cincinnati 0. New York. 2; Chicago, 1. . Pittsburgh, 9; Boston, 0. STANDLNG OE THE CLUBS. American League. ,7U .067 J5TI. L. Pel \v Cleveland . Boston .... . Chicago ... New York Washington St. LouTs . , Athletics . Detroit .... r. 20 18 9 11 r. .519 t : 1 I , ! U 1 ■ 161 1 . 1-' 17 ■ 21 . 7 National League. PM L. w in MX .. 16 Pittsburgh « Cincinnati .. Brooklyn ■'i7 17 it 567i 10 Chicago ... St. Louis , New York Boston ... Phillies ... 15 ,900 ■ I . i.. ii MO 10 13 17 II SCHEDLTJC FOR TODAY. • American Leagua Cleveland at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Chicago at Washington ' Detroit at Boston. National. League. Ptiillies at Chicago, -i Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. New York at St. Louis. QUOIT LEAGUE DINES, r TDrtDUV DDrCDMTm 1 Kuril I r KtotlY 1 bU The Quoit League of the Church , Athletic Recreation League, terminated Its winter season with s banquet in St Paul's M. E. Church Thursday . night. More than 75 representatives from Emanuel, East lake. Union, SL Paul's, Hillcrest, Cookman and Har rison street churches, were present. * The Rev, Raymond W. Cook presided. The entertainment, which Is the first of Us kind held in the city in „ connection with the Community Ser vie*) recreation program, consisted also of a discussion of the future sports in which the churches will ' participate next winter. In the course of the discussion It was agreed that churches which have not participateed In the quoit league the past season ' shall Join it next season. According to J. C. Berger, director of physical recreation of the Com - ntnalty Service, who is formuUtlng 'plans for next season's league, quoit playing will be discontinued this summer because of the preference of * the. players for baseball. Mr. Berger suggested various other out-or-door games, but they were rejected by the - members, who ardently maintain that baseball Is the, warm weather sport Announcement of the champion team of the quoit league for the sea " son has been made Union Church team won the trophy. The players on the representing teams are; . Emmanuel Church—Hunter, Bail, Brlnton, Long and Ainsworth. Union Church—Sanderson, Ward, Jeffers and ReyboM. SL Paul's Church—Sproul, teiln, Carr and Cooke. Cookman Church—Lynch. Berry, B and I. Stewart. Eartlake Church -Short, Hall, Prince and Maser. 'She evening concluded and was , animated with a sing-song program led by B. H. Raub, director of the c leaders' class, who was assisted Miss Virginia Fuller. Dure hy MACRIE HUS TWO HOMERS THIS TIME On Thu red* y afternoon at Rockford Park, the Melntlrn Tutoring School defeated Tower Hill. 18 to 7, Tower Hill's Infield was loose, making six errors. Their two pitchers, !>kil ton and Bliss walked nineteen men. Bilks , was especially weak, walking eleven of nineteen men. Mackie pitched a splendid game for Mclntire. R H E - T. H. a..*1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-7 5 8 M. T. S. ....* 3 52 2 0 0 2 x—18 8 * The line up yas as follows; Tower Hill—Lindsay, »»; Wardenburg. If; . Bail. Bliss, p; Springer, rf; Sklllon, n: Griffenburg, 3b; B. Samuels, lb; Hanna, cf. Mclntire School—W. Luke, c; F. duPooL H; G. Owens, cf; A. Weir. 2b; F. Maoklc, p: R. Slone, rf; W. Pyle, lb; J. PrlesL 3b. Batteries: Tower Hill, Sklllon, Bliss, Ball, pitchers; Ball, Lindsay. catchers. Mclntire—J. Luke, Macklc, pitchers; W. Luke, catcher. l yTfrTny tevtiF : ■■ ■>//r/v~n:^ k vynryrpr/nr In " - o o^o □ ||: m Ü . ■ 'ffff •*A Inexpensive Perfection in Farm Buildings Practic*! experience, no less than scientific test, has defi nitely settled the fact that the wooden house is dryer and warmer than one built of any other material. It is there fore more healthful and more comfortable. This is just as true of the bams which shel ter your stock as of the house Which shelters your family. We c*n show you • wood-North Carolin« Pine— with which you c*n build your home, barns, sheds, silo, etc., at low cost and with every assurance of complete sat isfaction. - Ö • If you are Interested in op-to ORto **na buildings wo can get far you free an excellent book which ordinarily retails for $ 1.00. It-fontalns plans, elevation* and details of practically every kind of 1 farm building. 4 Phone 130 Wilmington Sash & Door Co •9 LUMBER MILLWORK Front and Madison Streets. BEAVER BOARD Wilmington, DeL UPPER DARBY AND WILMINGTON END TIE Upper Darby and Wilmington Friends' High battled to a tie, 3 all. at Chestnut Hill yesterday. Bartlett saved the day, getting Braclcford try ing to stretch bis long hit for a home run. The score: Upper Darby. R. H. O. A. E. .02000 .1 0 0 0 0 .0 0 9 0 1 Mather, II. Jacobson, ef. ... Weinstein, lb .. Bartlett, 3b . Buchanan, ss^ p, Johnosn, rf. .. $ i i i i ..0 3 2 3 1 ..00100 Yates. 2b .>. I 0 2 1 0 Andressy. c.0 t 8 0 0 Breehl, p.0 12 0 0 Barth, rf. 0 0 0 0 0 ..3 7 2* 7 3 Totals . Wilmington. H. H O. A. E. .00 1 2 0 .1 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 *0 5 2 1 0 19 2 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 Lackey, p. Boy, If. ... Mode, 3b . Bradford, ss.1 Stirling, o. .. Foy. rf. . F. Smith, cf. . Bancroft, 2b . CerniU, lb .. Totals . I s . 0 . ... 3 3 25 12 1 RAYMOND TO MEET HELLING. Halnli Wilmington's Raymond, premier welterweight, Is all set to go with Philadelphia Joe Welling at the Cluh, In Philadelphia on next Tuesday night The local nhe I nom, who Is under the w mg of Mar cus Williams, has been training hard this week at the Dougherty Gym nasium. Ninth and Spi-lng Garden streets, Philadelphia, under the guid ance of Gene McMahan and AI Moor". ( Raymond has been victorious in all • his starts since he decided to stage a comeback after being away from the ring for several years. He bested I Willie Moore, Johnny Nelson In two i Philadelphia bouts, and last Monday al wmiamaporl slopped Johnny t Hambo, of Lancaster, in six rounds. Auditorium CAMBRIDGE Bl AIDS EASTON. EASTON, Md.. May 22,—Cambridge defeated Easton ycslerdsv, 16 to 12, before the largest crowd that has wit nessed a bull game this season. The game was lilfed was played partly ball was wet and with errors, as It in the rain and the hard to handle. R. H..E Cambridge .42111502 0-16 I* in Easton 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 6—12 7 15 MATHKWSON TO QUIT. NEW YORK. May « l olled Press) —Christy Malhewson who made his tory as "Big Six" of the Giants, who left the management of the Cincinnati Reds lo enter the army and generally supposed to be the next leader of the Giants will writ« "Anis" In his base ball bonk at the close of this season, according to reports. The big pitcher whose name Is linked with some of the brightest chapters of baseball during the last deeade is lo devOtc his attention to private bus iness next year, his friends say. MEDAL PLAY GOLF. Medal handicap play golf began on the links of the Wilmington Country Club this morning. Many golf stars are participating and many enthus iasts are witnessing the event. TOWN AIDS HOME ECONOMICS The home economic« dcpArtment of « 1 C Mlllsbnro school gave a play, the proceeds of which amounted to *i(UO This money will bo used to freshen the walls and woodwork of the home j economics room. This y«ir the home eicononrio. deportment I« housed in a millinery store The «Indents have made use of the store windows for displaying exhibits of their work In dolling and hosisewtfery. The room has been attractively curtained and a homelike atmosphere prevails. The department served luchoon to tha local board last Friday and all the miests enjoyed a splendid meal MHIs hnro has been co-operating splendidly in supporting the home economics de partment this year. HAHERIHDS THF 6«OCCU WHO STICKS A WQTOTO ON THE OU_ CAM f -A JOE AND BETSY r » 'wit ' !?Cf 1 Ml *■ ZJ \V I / 0 IV <r / V ■"'«Air X V / » jk R v A v \ -ff'JoJEl .Jacksojv ■• t -J & To be races exact, it Is "Joe and Black Betsy," Uie latter being ths apple of Joe's eye. It isn'U exactly an apple, but an apple-knocker, for Joe usee Black B-'tsy lo wallop the apples In Ban Johnson's eight or cltarxb Black Beley Is Joe's own style of hat. Hs modeled It lo hki own liking.'and he hasn't chaurod for years Some of the other ambitious hitsmdhs try to use a similar model, hut it generally prove# loo much for them. Joe's Black Betsy Is a giant bat. >« The Want .Ads are favorably gov-] erned today and tomorrow for selling of rooming houses and for placing ■ domestic helpers In the home. [ PROPOS M S - - --- ~~~ ~~ wen,.. m* ^m m^mm** *** *' PROPOSALS, ADDRKSaSUD TO THE A P real dent of the I«ory Coart. Room 13S, County Ruilding. Wilmington, DeL, will he received until 12 © dock noon. ' Tueaday, May 25, 11*20, for conatnioilon of rubble «tone gutter* on Lore avenue, lint 11.ly «inc hondrad, from Ninth street lo the trolley line of WHmlngton and Philadelphia Traction Company. A certified check for $W0 mo Ht accom pany each bid- Plana and «permeation» may be obtained af the office of the County Engineer. Room 1M County Building, upon making a dopoait of which will be refunded upon their return, on or before May 27, 102U. C- K. Ü RUB B. County En*lnw. mar-C It. |>KOPnSALS KOR BOOKS AND i Sin*l'LI KS. Sealed proposal« for hook* and «op P llta will b* received by tha Board of ubllc Kdu«'ation In Wilmington. Dola ware, for the furnUhlug of book* and • uppllo» for thr acbool year ending June 1921 in accordance with the Hat which can br procured from the office of the secretary. No. 36H-351 City Hall. Bidders muit agree to deliver the book« and supplie* to the »everal public school house* In such quantities a* designated by the committee on books and «uppllr». the superintendent, or the hoard, before September L 1®». and moat also ««re« to keep supplied the schfK>lhonse» where a »hortage may occur before the dote of the fiscal year, at their expense. Proposals roust he deposited with the secretary l>«for* 8 © clock p. ra.. Monday. Jane 14th. 1920, and rouat he marked "Proposal* for Book» and Soppltra." Tho risht to rrlert aoy or all proposal* la re frrrod Board of Public Education Harry J. Guthrie. accreUry. iaT21-23-:*-27-fnDcl^Ji. '.o nKSflHTS_ATI ANTIC CUT BFJvORl.— AIL.AN_u BELLEVILLE i Torh Al , nmr bm,,. ! mntl £ Ur(n >ren plan». spec tot | 1 Amanmn weekly -The r»l». Kondorton I gennr**re Art., S4 h«ii«e fron» haaeb* On* fejssswiœiaF *'' 1 GRAND ATLANTIC Atlutlc City, N. J. Virginia Are., near Beach—Capacity 600 A strictly modern hotel. Privat« hatha, running water In rooms, »levator, otc. Notable table. Early seaaon rataa gi.OU nr dally: special weakly. Booklet. Auto I meets train a • I. 1». PAINTER. HAROLD LANDOW. REAL fXTATE-FOR RENT. REAL E.STATE—TOR REM!. FOR RENT— N. E. COR. EIGHTH AND ORANGE STS. Entire building, containing large store, suitable for most any kind of business, and two apartments, 5 rooms and bath each. Immediate possession. For Rent—The entire building, 103 and 105 East Third Street, consisting of three floors, 50x110 feet Electric elevator, partly heated by steam. Immediate possession. CARROLL W. GRIFFITH 224 West Ninth Street. —FOR RENT— 6 WEST FOURTH ST. About 30 Rooms. Allbarit W. P m®j 206 West Ninth Street Only 2 Day* Sail from NçwTorK Ideal For Your ' Summer Vacation J -A /T.lUtrrtou '•rjn.ll <•«>»•• nmrv*»Jr*tia iraniens. Multi-colored nah. n ücllffht/ul fnyo U«y jaohiloK rrulre. bowing, b.tMngX] ryrlln», driving, irnnla, *olf and dan. In* All v »»X '"V- are among tin- (ilaaaur*. and r dellcMa of Bcnund*. » •fEr H*rvnad* 1« ( ooled hr Oreui Hrerres imvArmate umoirr temperainre, 7» rlacr«««) SUMMER VACATION TOURS a ,, , Fffcctl.a Anne Ist, IJJ». (loclnalng atfnmcr, hotel and manjr Interesting aida trips! 8 Days 387.00 9 Days 891.50 and npuard. according lo hotel and iMMr arrant, molallan». N» l'a-.parte Kequlred for nermuda H. H. ■■FORT HAMILTON" York rrory IS day* on akrrnaia Wodoaedayo and Sat urday*. Sand for description literature to Furnena llrrmuda Line a Kurnraa Honan. S* Whitehall SL, |Ax New York. a L H Natllnt from N ■Lx. V V mf p it? C PRO POSALS. ADVtCRTISKXIBNT FOB PROPOSALS FOB CONSTRUCTION OF STATE HIGHWAYS. Sea led proposal« will be receWed by the Slati* Highway I>cp«rtnieiH, at It* office. Dovar, Delaware, until 2-00 o'clock P. M.. M i j '31. It30, «nrt at that plane and Urne publicly opened, for the conatructloo of 4.1^ mile* State Highway In Kant and Mew < antic countlca, Delawapa. Inaoly ing the following approximate quanti* tlca: CONTRACT NO. t* Through Tow* «( t'pwtrrt«* l.ti Mile*. *100 cu. yds. KirarMlOD. swtoo cu. yd» Borrow. HI eo. yd*. ClaH -A" Masonry. 1200 tha. Helnfnrrcmcnl HO fret IS In. K C. 1'lpa. W> fret 18 In. It. C Plpa 3* fret 3« In. K C. Plpa. 1000 fret B. M. Shoe* Plllnf. CONTRACT »4. Trhuvt 1 » ('«mw —Harr'» t ormrr, 5.W Mil««, A «quarva ClaaviBf. 5 aqoarv« (»rubbin*. ft »quan-* Stripping. 17800 ru. yda. Kick vat Ion. 1500 ru. yd*. Borrow. 12no ru. yd*. Screening. .1000 Tom* "Broken Stone Baw 5310 cu. yda. Concrete Roadwa 175 cu. >d«. Cla*« "A llaaonry. «0 cu. yd« Clna« "B Masonry, IXVk» lb* Reinforcement 120 Iln. ft- 15 In. R. C. Pipe, 150 Iln. ft. It In. K. C. Plp # - ISO Iln. ft. 24 lu. R. L. Pipe «0 Un. ft. .TO in. R. C. PI 300 I»n. ft KHald Pipe. 18 §005 ft. 4 In. Underdralna. 30CK) *a. yd«. Concrete Out tar. xo Monmneots. 6000 fL B. M. Sheet Piling. monc* withtn ten (10) <laya afrer oxo* 1 rutton of tbr rontrsrt and ba rompiatod ! on or before Decambar SI, 1920 Monthly paynicwa will b. made for per cent, of tbo conatruetlon complated j each month. I Bidder« muât aubinll proposal» npou forms provided by the Department. I Bach proposai mnat be aeeoinpa t by a surely bond, eertldod cheek, money to the amount of at least ten (till cent, of the total amount of the " Ooarae B and ander Porformanca of commet than com ni* or I iiropuaal. «nvalop« eontaintng Ib« I f tiMÜ must be marked. Propoaal for the Coo« struction of a »tat« Highway, under Contract No. 24 or 34. The contract will be awarded Jccted wbthln twenty (20) days from the date of opening proposals. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. DetaTed plans rosy be soen and Index plan* and spe. lflrallon« may be obtained upon deposit of ten dollars ($10.00) whlrh amount will be refunded upon re turn of plan* and «pacifications in good condition at the office of STATIC HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT DOVER. DELAWARE. (bas M. Up hum. Chief Engineer, ma y 1*8-15-22. • ■ • RE A1. ESTATE—FOR SALK ._ FOR SALE IN NEWARK DEL. Desirable homes, with all modern conveniences. Write, call or phone No. 2. J. A. McKELVEY. FOR HALS. W. »Ml 8t . rortW, » ft froiH. »tjtMirr planned, hardwood flours lanr atdo. * room«, bath. ihre* porch««, hot water boat, jraa and electric. TJO C uncord Art., 0 room«, bath, porch and boater •*1 Vandever Art., 7 room«, bath, porrb and heater Mortgage* and tmi« nr ranged Inquire 1000 VAMMCt'KK AYR 4 I'bo lie* 4 y-jH. PHONE *1996, BRADFORD'S HOUSE FOR SALE One 10-room house on Delaware avenue, do** to B and O. station There Is one of the oldest restaurant» In the oily connected with this prop erly. Has gas, also wired for elec tricity. Steam heal. Cement cellar 8ÿe of lot 25x175 feel. There |* also another lot which la 75x175 feel. House can be bought fop fu.nuo House and lot can be bougal for (18,500. T. C. BRADFORD, 1521 Delaware avenue. FOR SALE. House. 10 Vooms. 3 porches, waler connections, garage, big lot. at Fred erica, Delaware, submit yoi^r offer. SCHWARTZ INVESTMENT CO. INC Real Estate. 712 Ford Bldg Phon* 7S66 MONEY To LOAN. mortgage«, *ny amount. In sums to t. Will not keep you wailing, If you have good security. WALTER E. POWELL. 839 MARKET STREET on ■cut F OR SALE At Elmbortt, «mall bungilnw, on North Park Diira. foar room«, «lae Lot 100 by •■ca. Price $S,oon. Eaay term«. Rare rbaore for aojooa ra I utriDK amall bom« with lo<s of land, ppix _ ELMHURST REALTY CO^ S2S Markat HlraeL trie light, running 100. roiacMion at w*i.r FOR SALE 1819 PtNE STREET Three story brick, 9 rooms, bath, porch and heater. Possession June 25. Price, »3,500. Wm. H. GIBBONS, INC. Emmett ÿ. Hickman. Successor Ninth and Orange Sts. D. A A.—713. » SmaiM Farms F®r Sal® Four (4) farms, 10 acres each, all necessary build ings. One farm has 150 fruit trees. Best of land for' trucking; near stone road. 10 miles from Wilmington. J. Ao MdMlvcy Newark, DeL Phone No. 2. =s RESIDENCE 1513 FRANKLIN STREET TVn rooms and hath, lwo punches, two open (lrepUnv», hardwood floors In recopliOB hali and bathroom, diningroom mid •rtbrarj' finish ed In hardwood. Stationary wa*Jt tubs In ortlar. Wired throughout for vacuum cleaner; dec trio lights. Nice yard, targe shade tree in front. Awnings, screen», etc., to go w«Ui house. This house, is tn perfect condHon and ready tu move into. APPLY FOR SALE m Edl^aurd R. IPiuissy 813 SHIPLEY STREET. Or Any Ro*l Estate Broker. ; Münsit SacdüFnc® Tlhb H®mis® 2>/i story brick, semi-detachçd house, 1600 block, on West Ninth street, 7 rooms, bath, pantry, porch, gas and electric, space for garage. Ground 20x150. Excellent j condition. Possession can be arranged. Address Owner, 8 | i wpdaan aaanan^^ |' FOR SALE—A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT HILLCREST Fronting on the Trolley—Only Ten Minutes' Ride to Tenth and Market Streets. House containing seven rooms and bath, heater, elec tric, two porches. A lot of shade trees and shrubbery, large lot. House is in splendid condition. Can be seen by appoint ment Possession. Carroll Wo GrifflrHUn 224 WEST NINTH STREET. For Sal® R®al Estet® P®88®»»E®ini Jum® 25 1900 Block, Lancaster Avenue. Nine rooms and store, bath, gas, electric, hot air heat garage. A bargain .7.....1. 1400 Block, duPont Street. Seven rooms, bath, gas, electric, hot air heat, 4 bedrooms. 1500 block, Gilpin Avenue. Lot 32x150. Eight rooms; all conveniences. West Twentieth Street. Six 6-room houses each. West Twenty-seventh Street. Six rooms, modern conveniences . 204 East Twenty-fourth Street. Six rooms, bath gas, porch, heat. $2000 mortgage can rcmain....$4000 SUBURBAN PROPERTIES Elmhurst—Six rooms, brick construction, gas, elec tric, bath, pipelcss heater, garage space, in the pink of condition . Bellemoor. Eight rooms, all conveniences. Lot 60x160. Stanton. Eight room, square plan, frame house, large porch . And rçuny others at Hillcrest, Gordon Heights, Bellefonte, Claymont, Richardson Park, Roselle, Ashley and Mar shallton. $4500 $6000 $5000 $3200 $4700 $5600 $5800 .*3000 J. Wo HAMILTON Square Deal Real Estate and Farm Agent 705 Madison Street Phone 7348-W. i HEAL ESTATE—FOR SALE FOR SALE Bellemoor- Bungalow, 7 room*, bnth. MMBt roRH*HI«l«*U .H' bMMI two porchm. rellar. very Urge lot. dart A ml bargalu Forty •••fund and Market Bt«., •!» room*, bath, two porche« and h«atvr. M iRt bo ooltl. DELAWARE REALTY CO. «. W, Cor fteventh A Titnall Bta. InauniDcc. «ml MwHirdajr Evening* Dt 11 g O clock. Phone »750 Open Tueadav Ul FOB SALK gix AND SEVEN BOOM HOUHBS. SWVRRJXb 13«» to *4805 Three hoa*c* arc oar own and an* N. not h.ui r offered by any broker, phene call». CHARI. BS H. TINDALL A BON, Contractor* and Hud, 1er», att Tntnatl Si reel, Wilmington, Dal. FOR SALE N. W ('or Tenth and Kirkwood Hta.. •tw ee for f»r*«e. H. H l«r»e «tore and H rooina and hath; trlr. taa pored and ana 1211 W. Fourth HI., « R. •IO* K. rtnd HI., !t B, B. P. H. BIS Talnall HI.. S B. B. P. H. lliry Madison SL. l«r»e «partmeat*. SOS Monroe SI.. 7 K, B. i;,U N. Franklin Hl-, 1« B, B. P. H. *13 Rodney Ht., « R B. 110 durant St., 5 R. B, P, H; on term« ISOS-O* Lincoln HI.. S K. B. P. H. 11«; Lincoln Hi., s B. B. P. H. HM-15 Boyard Are.. « R. porch, l.'tci W Fonrlk Hi.. 11 K, ! B. JW» !V. Fourth Ht . T B, B, P, H. CIS W. Fifth H-. I» P. B, P. H W II. •KU W. Ninth HI . S K. B. P, H. lata loioret HI.. B K, B. P, H .NSI W. Klerenlh SI.. Il K , B P. H. W« W. Ninth HI.. 10 K. n. P. H. C A. BALASCIO Beal Batate und luuurunce Phene 221« W J. Howard Gordon, Mgr Omly TIhr«<s LdFd of these new 7-room houses at Twenty-eighth A Washington streets. Prices and terms on premises. Eo Nrtftsr Owner and Builder. RCAL EST A TK— K OR SALK. RE\I. EST t I E—FOR SALE. •FOR SALE— dotafhotl. (wo-Rtory brlfk and trarage. alx in« nnd bath, nantry and two oorrhoa Unndcj \a. hoalor. gsi* and oloftrlc, hardwood floor«, ■aoatout trim and In raroliont comlitlou. luima 2513 MONROE Must Be Sold. _ Leaving City j»lüt« i»o*ar*«iou. Nothing Uko It at the plica. Cairroffl Wo GniffMa 224 West Ninth Street II Pack All Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag" and Move To Charlestown. Md. Here's an Ideal SUMMER *6 , HOME FOR YOU $750 I Already Built Completely Finished Ready to Occupy Two Nice Lots 3-Room California Bunga low, with Full Waler Rights Complete. l Will make terms easy and agreeable. \. • ■» - s'il JSS m Al Charlestown, Md on the Chesapeake Bay •7 28 miles from Wilmington on the Lincoln Highway, overlooking the beautiful bay for miles. Pennsylvania, station at property, excellent train service and COM MUTERS* RATES ONLY 20c ONE WAY. Just the place for your wife and children to spend the summer. Schools and*churches and stores for your convenience. ' If you prefer a different style bungalow we will build H for vou or you can buy a lot as low as $75 and build your own cottage. These bungalows can be lined at small expense, mak ing a cozy, all-the-ycar-round home. vw/ T 1 ----- - y/ // / i W' / ^ ^ . |' ■ pv I» "Wi 1 vM',2t"Wwwwm. \ rmi V '<! I ' r.v. f.v'■ 'ifO, j ',J * • I **•' 'JtïcAU COME OUT SUNDAY AND SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL SPOT—YOU'LL ENJOY THE RIDE EITHER BY TRAIN OR AUTOMOBILE. •* j J. W. HOLLOWAY, 803 Equitable Bldg. Telephone 6356. Please send me full par ticulars and views of your Charlestown Bungalows and Building Lots. Name Address — City .. J. W. Holloway 803 Equitable Building Telephone 6356. or Charlestown, Md. Phone '46-F-ll. O a V WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT I Read The Evening Journal Ad& t