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l aI irai Man Invents a Road Plane
Laurel
NEWS OF A DAY
FROM THE STATE
%
That May be Converted Into
an Ice Boat.
CASH PRIZES FOR CLUBS
Every Evening's Correspondcm».
Theodore T Martin
Erorr
Newark. Feb. 17.
Stab- Club ls-ad»'r of Box's' and Girls
Clubs ha« j ust atmoune • 1 a <»>00 cash
premium list for the Kent-Sussex Fair to
he helrl at H.arrii-.gton. July 20, 27. 28, 20
and 30.
Dewev Sapp of Houston, oh.air
the Bovs and ('«iris' club aohieve
f-ountv, has
man o!
ment rhauipions of Kent
I men r levied a director of t h>- fair and
appoint-si »uperintendent of the Boys
And 1 .iris Chil« department
The new superintendent has arranged
for the premium bst in co-operation with
the fourty Farm Bureaus and the .'state
The contests will he open t<>
4 ;ub otfiee
boxs and gsrls of th»- tw»> counties bo
tween the «ges of 10 and 21 years, who
iking on the farm and home club
eiit'-rpns»-« m which they
•ire w
»ft ijrct-s. <»r
uvV- 1 -re.l at the Kent-»Sussex Fair, under
lireetutu <>: the Kent ar»,»l »Sussex
1 arm Btinais. m eo-operatiou
the F > IVepartinert of Agrieul
the
'omit i
-vit 1
;ure t' e F.xtei'.siiiu Department of Dela
y .illegt- ami the Public school eoin
Kr.tnes ^will have to he in by
The l»est club exhibits an« I the
ami demousfration
\ ar<
mmitics
Inly P.l.
•hmipi m judgu-.g
nis will 1 m- s,-nt to the State Fair
club memliers of Kent and
:i
X!1 ranring
iiKya counties am eligible t<> ent»-i the
rout - ts anil separat i
amdm ted f»>r each ronntv.
\
'•uti-'ts will be
W FDDING AT NEWARK.
At the home of Mr
Newark. Feb 17.—
nid Mrs X. <1 Stroud oi Newark, last
, their daughter. Miss R Eliza
•ve.ii.ig
s-th Mx-'iui was married to Harvey XX
»f Mr .and Mrs. ( W
Mr« Robert
Sweet
M-n-lary. son <
Mai-lary of N«-wport
of Wilmington sai-g
aiul played "I ohengrin'
The ceremony was
.
• Bleui«
wedding
jw-rfi-rmcil
. arch entw ined with white c-ariui
X Reed,
»»«-art
m arch
iitnlcr m
-■»ns and ivy, bx Rev Ilax'id
of XX iufe Clnv Cri-ek Presbyterian
«».toi
lunch
I
i
:
i
of
1 h<- bride wore a ciianmng gown
eiviM- meteor combnwd witb satin
She wore
«hit
ic Lux - with pearl trimmings
1 r p sh.-qieil -"* il caught with bn-lal roses,
vid carried a shower bouquet of bridal
:
'« VS* -
I'he bn.h- was attended bv her «isti-r
as matron of
Warnui ("raeston
won- a g»»wii of pah- gn-en
:» -»1 earned :i bouquet of pink
Th»' bmli .«maid« ws-re Miss
Marian, .» sister of the gr»«om.
ot pink satin an»l car
sweet i«-as and
Mrs
cm. or w h
vi: i-i
«wert pea«
B* s«n
■a fio wi-r- a gown
n*-. I a Luiquet of pink
M-sr XIiI»ir»-.i Short, who wore a gown »
.f » »• ,<-fi bloom .satin and earned n bouquet
•f in ,k «xxeet peas The grwni was at- J
• f:d»si by hi® brother Robert C. Maelarx
Aft« r Un- ceremony a eollntiot w ivs «» r-, e»i
Mr a.»d Mrs. Staelarx w»-tv the n-cip
«-iit- o! mi i\ bc'.iatifu! g.fts
\frer « sh<»rf truij.sfv-.it m XVashingtoai,
hex- will r» «»de at State Hoad
.
TO I Kt;E CHILD XX ELL are.
_ _ ^
Dior. Feb 17.- An noun cement w.a«
»«dr here veaterrtaj, that Mr« Maud
HV,.».I Baik, chairman of the National
League of XX omen Voter«, and Mr«.
Gifford rinehet. »-fisirn-an of finance com
n-utec of the aajue organization, will
«pe. k 1-efore n joint aessiot- of the Delà
•■>•«■ legislature here t »n Lehman 1-4
artrocac- ot ihr hills i«ert:unirg to |
hild X* rltj.re arri, kindred subject«
\mc- «F, se«'.r>- luncheon will bel
«erved m »he FVver 4 «'tun C'hih. with I
-he I V:v».r league »it Women Voter* .as
hostes"
\ great revival.
The M. F ( hurch
1 five?, Ler I
nf lewe», ur.*.»-r the pastorate of Hex
Howard Devis.- chaplain in the Delaware I
repn-ent. 1 « hnvug ore <"f the gres.tes*
rexovsls , x er k'own in the historx of the j
^ lirr l, *
' XIre-idv over n,» conversions have Ls»«..
reported'in thf church and 16 in the
Sv- Hav «»ehool The rreetr gs h:»ve beer,
•eld r'ghtlv for the nest four works ai.d
the church hr-" been crowded.
r.-Y-getow r Leb 17 - Fire, heheved
♦r. hrve S en caused hv e defective flu.-,
Hr-tT(Tvrd thf fiwrcd hr C harles
Xrmour srd t «ranted hy Ollle O'Neal.
»wo mile" fr*im Lireoln, this eourtx
Swidsv. er.tsihrg a loss of more th«»
>ii«s .1er. e Mi'cheil of Miiishorr and
I in-1 D XVootter of Drîmar were married
:*1 XVhitf-s'.-.lle. Saturday nigiiX hy l»ex',
J. B Met a he
Ti e lew 4 curt <Omnuaeioncre of
Su» se-. eon-tv have elected thy follow- 1
■ g ttus'f es of H e almshouse for the vear:
Hartv L. fan, on. Brulgexnlle; K. J. !
\X indor. Snaford: Frark E. Lyi ch, D e j. |
mar; Shepard M. XX alls. Georgetown,
R D. ; XVilhem D Wilson, Lewes. R. D.
John R. Baylis. a prominent business .
man cf I ewes. Lias be«n appoint,*«! a
member of the Countx- Board of A-.-s-s.s- j
fient, taktrg the place*of Cutofel Robert
G. Houston of this citv, whose tern» has
cviured '
i
;
, _ j
Ses.iord. reb. 1,. --XX . Howarn Inrpin
-c»u- ed Mor.di 1 Torn a months trio
to the Pacific coast. He spent a weeh ;
in Sar. Frarrisen, returning home by
way of Portland. Seattle, XVashii iPon,
Butte. Mont., Fargo, N. D , St Paul and
Minneapolis, ('hieag»» and Detroit.
He also visited some of tin- big iurnb*-T
ean»ps of Oregon ar.»l XX'ashington and
says they are truly xvonderful.
SPSSFX ( Ol'NTY NOTES.
i
TOOK PAC IFB TOAST TRIP.
. vr 0 :
y*m.ou e > I < : r ana - 1rs. X\ . ,
Greer*way of Roanoke, X a., announce the
marriage of their daughter. Mav, f
WEDDING TOUR BX MOTOR.
4 ) j
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OPEN NOSTRILS! END j
A COLD OR CATARRH i
j How To Get Relief When Head
Z and Nose are Stuffed Up.
::
.
b'ount fifty!
X'our cold in head or
catarrh disappears, X'our clogged nostrils
will open, the air passages of your head
will clear and you can breathe freely. No
more snuffling, hawking, mucous «lis- j
charge, dryness or tn-adaehe,
ghr.g for breath at night.
Get a small bottle of Ely 's Cream Balm
from your druggist and apply a little of
this fragrant antiseptic
nostrils.
no btrug
cream in your
It penetrates through every air
passage of th«: head, sootliing and ht-iiling
the swollen or inflamed mucous mem
brane, giving you instant relief. Head
colds ami eaulrrh yield like magic. Don't
stay stuffed-up and miserable. Relief is
•ure
I Thomas V. Rhen, Jr,, formerly of this
1 town. The wedding took place in Roanoke
■ on Saturday, February 12, K-u g per
1 formed by Hcv, J. Jjuniirrt, pastor of the
i M. H. Church <>f that city.
The bride and groom arrived here yes
; terday oti their honeymoon, having mo
tored from Roanoke to Senford, passing
! through Natural Bndge, Stauntoti, Harj>
I era lorry', XVashington nn«l Baltimore.
( They arc now «topping with the groom«
! brother, O. I), Khen here. They are on
i rotite to Milford, where they will make
: their home.
Nexva has l>eeu received here of < he
marriage of Miss Sara I 4 vwrer.ee, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marty M Loxvret ee
of thi« town, to Joseph I'aul Faulkner of
W ilmington in Wilmii gton on Sunday.
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NEWS OF L.\l'REL.
17. Magistrate Arthur
1 aurel, Feb
5». Henni is havirg the exterior of his
ofhee on Merke» street, improved by .1
ooat of paint.
Edward lewis is critically ill with
pneumonia nf his home 011 X'es» street
V mess meeting for men will be held
in Christ M. B < 'hureJi, next Monday
Rev. K. I) Store «T Beltiiuore,
eyenu g.
who is pi-etor and tendier of the largeat
men's hibJe »-Ihss in the world, liavuig
about
tuldress. ''The Living Touch."
Clarence F. Garrett of rear Lpurrl.
left yesterday for Yorkers. N V
Miss Evelyn Isaacs, of Bethel is spend
ing some time with her pare* ts, in 4 ireen
w««h 1
2.000 vnembrrp vill deliver hi«
A NOVEL MACHINE.
(Aurel. Feb 17 F ( Ijnton XX ar»l has
under eo- sintclion «t his gsr.-ig»- <»n Dcln-
wiire avenue a seim-convert ibh- road
It is »-»pupped with an ordinary
i-i gii'c. but has only »hr«-«-
Xn airjilane projiellor will be
placed on the front of the plane, which
will enable the machine to attain a spec»!
of between *>41 and 70 mile"
-X iiox'cl feature of the plai e I s that it
an ice-boat, the
,
| u ;* t0 ' lnol>i!o
wheels.
,n :'V . ,v ', ■ «">v''rt«sl i«»"
wh»»eii" i>eilig removable.
RECEPTION TO BRIDAL < <>ITI E.
Delaware < 'ity, ! »1» 17
was giieli by Mr :ii
Inst even: 1 g :>t their home, in
of tho arrival of their s»»n :u »1 »iaiigliter
in-Law Mr an»l Mr" John Ni-ieh. Ji . y<
tenlay, from tllascow , S-otlnml 1 !.°
couple were tmirri«-if recently in Seotlnr »1
lb.
X recepti«'!»
,.l Mrs John Ketch,
lufi 01
Notch is v aii ei git «-er »»n
f*te;ijTii-r 4 »alalia«!, be and his briile xx 1 11
resoh- for a ««hoit tim<- xvith their parent«,
many handsome gift« xxere reeeiv«'«! by
the couple, and «L-ti ring was the feat me
of the ex-enii g music furnishe«! hx I'at
terson's stnt g orchestra,
The following guests attende«! Misse®
Lia IVrriek-siu. Catharine H«sr. Bo«««'
and Josephine H-gan, Gertrude Baker.
Ehzalietli \k»-r. Mi ami Mr« X'iixtvoll,
Mr ami Mr« Frank * assMiy, Mrs I
XViIson.
Mr
BOTH SIDES KN4 ROJt Hi D 4iN
The property
Zeuris xx-.as survey »-<!. yes
shoxved that Mr
Delaw ir»- < it y Frh 17
of Anthony
t onlay
Zeuris' building was <»' , itches on the
town's property ot» «it e side, and that he
owned 2 inch«-« of the alk'yway betwe»-Ti
his house and (he postofhee building
The survey is the r»-sult of a dispute
the alley. Mr Z«-urts claiming that
big property ht " b-oii dntiage»! -it time«
Rx- the mail »-art being pushed through to
rra.'h the aide e-.t-;,i .-«■ The alk*y xxhi, h
«* ''apposed to be four fe.-t wule. »hows
hut three feet, . inches m width
_ „
IVLaw-nre ( Ux, J 1 ^' T «r ,a t'.
John I-ang Mate of the ( s s (.em-ral
Kerry for the past few years has been
laid off.
A card party wan given hr the teachers
P^>hc scbo«.l at their home, last
evening
]*nx-ftte Asobrnok of l ort <iu Pont has
purehHard a neax' Buiek automobil«
Mrs. \\ illin .111 McMullen of Port Penn
« tertnine»! her ."hm da y school elfnss at
her home, last ex-et 11 g
The
survie
over
PELAXVAUE (TTY NtXAS.
Hoekwwn, Feb 1. -Ho»-k«-s«m (.range
held it" regular meeting on Monday ex-en
»UK Several communication« on s«v»!.s and
fertiliser® were received and discussed
the regular business mc-tmg the
following literary program xras offert:
Singing by tho grang«-. a paper on Abraham
Lmeoia, vnlmitarily br>night t > ti»e meet
ing by Mr Richards and read by Mr
Guthrie followed i>y a few remarks bx
Mr Riçbarcis »m tins subject The roll
was called, the lady uiembers answering
by ginr»K sorne hnlpiu» n'.. J >-d » tn anus
w lf f- *«d f- h " *J"' U b > * lvln * » name
ren "??n o! 9 F )II ' e larm pest. I he
Leturer. Ellen Trimble, exu.lamcd wi.y
-t X aler.tuie s J)«y !« celebrated Irene
of l>el*w*re Grang. gave an m
teresting ta;k oti tirang " ,r s.
T . . r . , r .
I^eb nar - *; ' 1 2* ofhreis
™ No ' 1 ' , "*
Pvt law. Delmar. were ir P alle«! M«,r
d^v evei.n g. T he foU.-wing Grand I>.»lge
officers officiated: L. XX Marvel, acting
Kra l ld chaneellor, S U Morns, graml
J H viee-ehaneellor;
master-at-arm«; 4». L. Mar
vp Jr lnnpr ifl I, ', T . tJ ,,
v lhnt T t R ;. R I ^ 1 a,lF '
^neclmr commander; J. ( Kilhara,
xnce-ctifiuceilor ; Xx . >. I. l.llis, prelate:
M. H Hearn, master of work: XX'. XX .
XX hay land, master of finance; J. E._
Clearyt master of exchequer; XV B.
Elliott, keeper of records and seal«:
^ X'itgliig. master-at-arms: < E
Hastings, ini er guard: F XX'. P Wooten, ;
fl ,iis ; de vuard
H4>4 KESSIN GRANGE.
!
K, or P. INSTAURATION.
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Newark. Lei). 17 At a meeting of
Lieutenant 4) Daniel Post. American L» — j
gion, Tuesday mght 18 new m« > mbt-rs
w » r»- taken in. .Starting loniglit Un-re
w'il! lie a series of lix-e baaketbull games 1
between the lA-gion team and the Junior j
Order American M»*elianie« fix«,-,
Students of the high school l»el»l an j
oyster supper at the armory last night 1
NEWS OF NEWARK.
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TOOTS AND CASPER
Baby Was the Vocal Accompaniment.
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for the benefit of the school Athletic asso
eiation.
At the meeting of the New Century
('lull on Tuesday former president« of the
club entertained. They were Mr«. John
Pilling, Misa France« Hurd, Mr«. ( V O.
Houghton and Mr«. W. E. Holton. Fol
lowing the meeting of the olub next
Tuesday the social service committee will
entertain the seniors and juniors of the
high school.
'Hie funeral of Mrs. Rachel E. Apeley,
aged tit! years, who died on Sunday at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Tannic
( irant, was held yesterday. The laidy was
taken to W esley Chapel, Rock Hall, Md.,
for burial The deceased was the mother
of Melville II. Apsley, former chief of
police of Newark.
The annual banquet of the Delaware
College Alumni Xssoeiation will be held
in Old College, Saturday night The
indications are there will be a large at
tendance Dr W alter Hullihen, president,
of the college will make an address, Mem
l«ers of the faculty and board of trustees
w ill attend
( ECU. COUNTY NOTES.
Spu isl (' , orresi>r>;ut«-ni'e of Every . Evening
Sheriff Heth,
Depulv Sheriff 11 unies, 4'hid of Police
I'ott.s an<l Stnt«- Motor Officer Moran,
inade aeaptun- <»f live bamliti, late Mon
da v night I'aylor 1'reeniai'., ('. ('. Me
Cunlv. ('. H Burroughs \aron Tracteu
lierg. all whit -, tin«! ferny Mason
oreil. all from Washington, aid Herbert
King, of BaLston \ :x The local officers
hint reeeiv«-il early in the day a n-port ot
th<- gai ' g hokiii-g up James Doolittle, of
I'hiliuldphia. r-.ear \Vt--( Grove, I'a ami
robbii g him <>f $(>tHlin money I he robhera
drove t-« Flkt-ui and stopped nt Pierre
cafe for a huu-h ivh*-li the h»eal otfn-i-r«
elosinl 1 11 on them and took tlu-m into
custody. Ml w«-r«- arm«*d Bet «een $7»(R)
and $4100 1 n money was found 111 their
pockets.
Sfn-ri(T Seth ami Dçjmty Humes w»-re
outwitted earlv vest rdav morning near
Rising Sun when they attempted to
arrest a machine containing about <1 <*<•
worth of whisky. The «i'beers jumjasl on
the running Imard of the machine, but
t lie
mg thi-i-i aw.IV. ami itiaile (h«-ir eseaj«
Tlu-funeral of Mr» Klisabeth X Ilar
ivfi»> »b»sl on Tuesday at her homo
North I fts| her sou Vaughan Harvey
« In 1 is »-onfim-d in I Jkt >u j-i 1 ' ch;u g»-»l wit h
»-ausing t tu- »leaf h of his firot her, I .aw r»-nei
Harvey who »ii»'»l Tuesilav uiglit in
Fnion Hospital from gun stiot woumls,
aft »moon, ami
If arvev•
s said will
permit the prisoner (•» attend tin* «fouille
funeral at North East I'rnlav
School at 1 i-i-danee Olheer Mi-Xev. ha»l
Feb. 17
Klkton. Md .
•,. 1 -
-eupants gave them a »hove, knock -
. -,
\-e% .
will tak»- place tomorrow
also the funeral of La\xr»-ne«
The local authorities, it 1
a doxen mon- parents from various ser
f ions
f 4'cell countv before Justice S»-ot
t-n. vest-nlay, eharg««l with permitting
ehiklreii to violate the school iitt«*li
I'hev plea» le» 1 guilt \- ami a
«s»-»! on «-ach .
tluir
»Ian«"«- law
fine of * » ;»u»I »■ isf>
as imp
Mr and Mr- 1 »t - Kbue. etib-rtaine»!
about _'.'» XX ilmington friends at their
horn»- 1 n Elkton. Tuesdav ex-enmg
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XAEDDIN4. VT 4 III STI RT4»XX N
''x-ci.lriB
spcrtal ('orrcsiumdcncc of I.very
4 hi-stertoxx 11 , Md,. Leb. 17
with ferns in <j cut floxxcrs, the honu- «»f
anil Mrs
I Veoralcl
R «iliert Huex-, on
Mr
Mount XVn on Bla«-«'. wi»s the «s-eja- of «
x-rrv pretty wedding :» ♦ noon <>n Tues
day-, when their Msier. Miss Margaret
Pauline Huey, lieejime the bride » f Ralph
Sharp Broxvn, n young busmees man
I edenilsburg The ceremonywhich xvns
performe»! by Rev N < * Gibson, pns
f ( hn«t M P. ('hurch.wns witnesse«l
by a fexv relatives ami close friends of
Miss Huex- and Mr Brown, A« the brule
r• «J groom descended the stairway into
the livuigtoom, Mir.« Ar.rn Brown, sister
<>f the gro* m, aero tnpnnied by Joseph
N. XVhe-» 1 ly. xiolmis'.. «ai g' very sweet
ly. "O l'r»-/m«e Me "
A buffet luncheon was serx-cd to those
. after which the bride ami groom.
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tor
pies»
amid show ers of good xxi-tu-s. left in their
automobile for an extended xve«Jdirg
t»mr Thev wall reside in Federal-burg
Shearer-tiatts Marriage.
James Sayers of (410 Market
sn-o-iTice^ the marriage of her
Mi'dred F Gatts. t*> Johti F
Mr®
ctrei-t
daught»-r
Sh« »rer at Elk ton, Md , December 16.
R«-x- (7eo T Md»-rson Thev
192 > b y
were attended by Miss Margaret J
Ltickinau ami John J Powell, Jr
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DANDERINE
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Girls!
Save Your Hair
»Make It Abundant!
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Immediately after a "Danderine'' nms
«age, your hair takes on new life, lustre
and wondrous Lx-auty appearmg »twice
a« heavy and plentiful, because each
hair seems to (fuff and thicken. Don't
fi.f x'our hair stay lifeless, colorless, [»lain
»,r scraggly You, fi>o, want lots of long,
strong, beautiful hair.
A J. r »-eent bottle of delightful "Dander
me" freshens your scalp; cheeks »landruff
and falling hair This stimulating "beau
ty-tonic'' gives («» thin, dull, fading hair
(hat youthful brightness and abundant
thiekneaa.— All druggists!
NEWS OF THE 011
AT NEW CASTLE
Death of Irving Manning, Promi
nent Lodge Man, After a
Long Illness.
flpcrlul Correepondenee of K» < , v l ivening
New Castle, |<'«.b. 17 Word whs re
ceived here Inst evening of the death
of Irving Manning, uged 2H years, a for
mer resident of flu« city, son of Mr and
Mrs James Manning, who died on Mon
day evening The decease»I for several
months pasf had resided with hm si-T'r,
Mr« Frederick Bramble, on it farm about
two miles outside of Klkton M»l Me bad
been confined t<> his home for about, two
months with coinp'vnfions, followed bv
pneumonia He w as a member of fndust ry
iTouneil. Junior Order Lnif»d \nieriean
Mechanics, of this » it v having been a
nmintior for eight mont hs a former mem
her of the old ( 'oiripani H. Organized
Militia, anda member of the Bar,oca Class
of the Methodist Episcopal Chun It
The members of Industry ('outiril held
a Hjierial meeting last evening to arrange
for at t «ruling(Jv* funeral, and aei»nunit tee
comprising Robert Harrington. Jr . Ibiliert,
Harnes, Warren Conner an« I Marvin Hat
ton. will alt'p .,1 the funeral nn<l act a
lallbearers The funeral servie,-« will be
leid at the home of Mr and Mrs lre«h-ric
Bramble tomorrow aft ■moor 1 ul 2 o'clock,
with service« at. the house Interbienl
will be Iliad«» III the Bethel celnet rv,
near Fhisapcukr ( 'itv. Tims- ehiMn-u
survive. They an- Katherine E., age»l »V
years. Irving, Jr . , r ». at «1 Anna B . Î
I'he members of (he ( JimmI Will Hre< o
extinguished H fir,' at the stables of I.e-.vi .
Faulkner, on ('lark -jtreet ni--ir Seventh,
last evening The damage is slight and 1
covered by 1 nsurance
Charles 4 iallowav. a elerk employed
at Platt's gpieery, v»-ster»L'iv while leav
mg th«* store 1 n a hurrv ran into a iiusti
wagon outside of the building an»l r<
i-eived lacerations of t he let t hip Dr B M
Allen gave attention
Last evening Business Manager Charh
K tug of the New Castle High Helped
basketball team received a telegram from
the Klkton High Seiend f-am. can
(he game which was to have taken pi e
tin« evening 1 n tie- < tper.a House Sevt-ral
of the Klkton player« are confine»! to their
home« with gi ip The local team will plav
Dover High on Satordav evening at
Dover, and next \\ .-dees,lav th««v will
plav the Bearom Business C..H,-ge five it
the \X dmington High Heho»d gymuasiuin
and the following Friday evening
Penn « drove team will („> the attraction
in the (>i«-ra Horn«-.
The winner of the ennte«t for the title
of Hie pamphlet "What Shall W, Name
It 7 " which was dlstnhute.l by .1 T
.( f, F Klltwoii lue. ««-verni w«-ek« ägb,
will lie announeed in th«- next issue of the
«•cling
fi, f .
Umklet m
too nnswrra wem nMeivalbv the firm an«)
50 , K . r cent of them were from this ntv
Other answers wire received from N«-w
York Newark N .1 . Clinton, low 1 , I o>(
Walts tic Mass btmI vario'i« jmrt« of
Pennsylvania and Delaware
Yesterday afternoon, while several
wrorknu-n were «ngagfsl in rutting down
large tree on the Tobin lot on W-st Fifth
stmet for tire woo.l, a jsirtion of the h<-,
fell on the prop*-rt> of Jaine« T ('hallen
g« r, Jr , nearby, damaging th*- bsrk jmicfi
and a portion of the back fence None
of the workmen was injured Fiy the fall
ing timlier
The m«*tnbers of the Meth«xlist 1 pi«
copal Church will begin a sen.-« of w. klv
cottage prayer meotingg Pomorrow -v.-i. •
ing the firs' of the «une* will 1^ held «♦
thu hovno of Mr und Mrs >*c#ir Mkring»*.
on I Why avenue, m charf^ of the c!h.-»h
lenders
The boys of the Agriculture depart-:
ment of the New ( awth- High Hchnol are
having te«».« during t.h««ir lesson is-nod-'
on various seeds and imlL X r^terdav the
first twt of *ilk whs tnatlc from ■« Hoi
stem cow the pnijs-rtv F.nuiM-tt Simon
of Row- Hill. Th«; tswt showe.l 4 per cent
butter fat
Fourteen n-aulenW of Dottninsx ue
vtwterday .J,tamed employment at Pigeot»
Foint
Harren r^oimor on I tir-sduv attended
the »»-»«ion of th*- State Council >>t ti»e
Junior M«-chames at S* -.fonl, as .» »1»,
gate from the Industry <'ounci!
Harry P kheru has annmuwted him
«elf as a rtu»di«late for City Council for
th*- elerUon m Ann
Mrs Andrew alitrhell vewterda-. left
for a visit to Mr ami Mrs 4 harlea Valton
and family of New York.
Mr and Mrs Francis McDowell, who
reside between this edv and Christiana,
are receiving congratulations uj«,;-.
birth of a Fhiv t
Mrs Hamiu-l Walker of the Baldton is
oonhned to h«-r home with grip
Tia« evening the members of Friend
ship I/idge. No •>. \neie.nt Order
United Workmen, will meet in iegul«r
session At the rinse of the meeting quod
games will 1 „- playetl
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Snavely of 1 ,«- t>a
non. Pa who have been guests of Prof.
and Mrs Henry F. Snavely for se(-er:J
days, relumed home toda>
Mrs. James Hatton.Mrs .Joseph Dough
erty and Miss F.lla Hall are ill with grip,
Prof. Henry E. Snavely superintendent
of the publie schools, who has been eon
fined t»i his lied for several days, serious
ly ill with pneumonia, is showing improve
ment. Frank Hurnn, son of Sirs. Clara
Baron who has Ik-cii ill for several days
with pnmmioma, is getting along nieelv
Mrs Bessie R<>11. wife of Max J. Roll,
and three children are confined to their
»1
the
f
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home xvith grip
Vletrolas and Records, Biidgewater.
Adv.
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( HALLENC.E FOR D.XXIS
(LI* FILED BX FRANC L
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New X <>rk Leb 17 Lraiiee fileil :»
clialleiig«» for tin- Daxis ( uj> at tip- hea»l
»jiiart.-rs »)f the Lnited States Imxxn Tenn i
Association here yffsterriay. this i- thru,
fifth chfdlei ge iec«-ived, (he British Isles
India, Spain and Xustralasia having al
remly gixvn notification <>f their u.tenluiii
l<> coinpi-le for the trophx. Ei tries will
close on Mardi 15.
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i acquaintances
| toni.a.i born and br«*«l. t,»it for •>
1 vi !trn " r more has l«*-ei« making lu« home
i 'Is-avher- lor »iv.ut (*-,» yenrs he has
| been ** S, a Isle City wher- h" followed .
H »>U«lfie«s of eontmet 1 .,g
«u - «« until ree*.#(lv. w h<
i consider« 11 to I
I resort«, and th- l«wt place m
, f °r healthy, congenial living
Mr Fman is a printer of the old school,
, A»«I learned to set tvjs- arel V» { ier
| b' rt himself m the «let ad.« of th« art
! preservative in the oHi«-< of the famous
j Delaware < .-i/ctte, one of the ^v«ral new«
papers that sol «sequent I v were combined
Ic KE'P the ay stein clean.
Eliminate the poisons. If
nature will not do It for you,
help nature with a natural
medicine like Dr. Caldwell'«
Syrup 1 'epsm.Tske a teaspoon
f U I for a few nights and wnfrh
Hm nsults There will be a
feeling of lightness, the eyes
will lie brigFif and sparkling,
the lips i«-«J,
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
is the recognized, stanuard
remedy for constipation, and it
lx rnnglpitlnn lh»t gf e« warnen
hfsdx-he», rflllltie«». I,,,« of •DliCtlt«»
■ nd sleep. b»«l hre^lh and had r«im
p esi*»n. fir l aldwell'a.Sjrmp f'epaln
will relieve you over night, and do it
gently hut thoroughly. It ia Just a
combination of simple laralfve herha
with pep«(n, ao aafe lh*t it is given lo
Infanta A alsly rent hot'!» will last
(or months, and Isst year eight million
Ix'ltles were bought st «Irug stores —
I» itself a guarantee of merit.
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; Send me your name ami rnlchru and
I u ill tend ynu a frrr tuyl hntrlr of
my Syrtif) f'rpiin. Arfdreii me fh.
W P (/aldmrll, 71 î W'usFiinjjtfm
St., M'mti. rllo, III f * rryhody
nvil ihm nr frit a latativr, anil it 11
tUtoknoui t hr hr it Write rnr tirlay.
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L0KING IN ON OLD FRIENDS
Printer of
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Former Wilmingfon
Old School Resuming Former
Acquaintances Here.
John Fmnri of S« a !«!«>
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prosp» ■<■»>' is |»Hiki.ig and as genial is ever,
■ 1 « 1 » Wilmington, this w*-ck re.icwiug old i
Xfr. Finn
is a VX liming- I
,,f J
score
with much
he retired !
inw bi« horn«-, as F»e
til»- fi.»«-st of all scnsi'l«
the world 1
i I► « i♦ S»-a Ll<- < »tv is
I with I.verv E vening H<- ds*i w«.rke»f on
the Morning Ib-rald <«f the 11 Bvrncs, and
'he m itml.uitnta-rs of i»a «ucim-sno^
Hie Morning New« II« continued m the
ln-iness for many years
I tm«- had whitened Mr Emanshatr
n ' •' '«e fi». 1 « -•» f«-w «if his ohl A drnmgtori
«nen-ls still living. an»l 1 « enjoying in
t« rcurs», with tiif-rii 'lus w*-ei<
fir. Willi« Rowe (.ertnrea on tfrira in
St. Paul's '1. K. 4 hurch.
.. ^ frj< % til .. eontiru nt was
,h„ -f A icrt ir ■ F.y Dr Willi»
j»,,*,. lu M M E Church last
t. I? a -. :rnt- d bv :ic>ru than
Jon rCi [ t%r „\ i a * rn Mlic*, and >»y a
if 4 tlUu-ti<»n of oE»j«-»*t» of nat ive manufacture
ari i „ tin -
urm ;, r , '
r-ps-sï-ntiitiv« of tFi«* Centenary
ln ., v ,. rr ,. : , t ,,, tn ,. %j { Church. Dr
K(W( . r , V imtcl part- u trie Dark
(.',,ntinr:it Much iia>.c a population of
o, ,»x)«Hk> natives -wugn-d -, the .-ur
of les» than dozen sehwis mmiouan
p n . ik ,.i ,. rs ,, r d->ct ,rs. working m«l«'r flic
» ;i , !r . , Xîl p ;„ t ■ , r u ,j s:v , Ml l j..
in kwhalf of the movement
y supp»er was served. pr«-ce,ii;ig the
me*'-tmg hv rFe- women "f tFi

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bijf h<- n in vigoro'i-» health and looks
THL I) \RK CONTINENT.
1
g.» combs sp»><»ns
-nurca,
t- ■ the le.a»lers ■ >f the 'ex-ery member can
vass (ielegatton of the 11 gr-iups into
•hurch has been divi»i*-<i. These
,
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I*o not faii to «**e the demonstrations
of mill and tractor all day Saturday,
February tilth., at White Bros., X. K.
4.'or. Front and 1 'range.- Adv.
x .„ , ,
Eyangei,-t Nygren ,a>t uig.it rnti
vise,! tne to.iowers -it science, m au a< 1 -
Baptist ( hurch.
-eilig for tv - 1 :- j
ill-existence of 4 rod the
tL- -iept.i« of the
i ttie i"tronomer h»" gone into
which the
are » utereatvd 111 -« curing th»* funds for
the yearly bu»ig* t of $22 iC*J
Tracter Ib-num-urai ion-».
Kvistence of (iod.
in the Sxicdrsh
claiming that they are
niupy of the
geologist dives 1
«4 hi til
the ski, he state.-, trying to fin«i a denial
of God when ail nature stands as witness,
without once faiU-rnig. ».gamst this
philosophy.
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"No-To-Bae has helpexi thousand« to
break the costly nerve-shattering to
bar»»* habit X\'henex-er you have a l»»ag
mg for a cigarette, cigar, pijie,^ or for a
chew, just pi a e a harmless Xo-T«>-Bac
| tablet in your mouth insUiail. to heJp
n-lieve that awful desire. Shortly the
' habit may be completely broken, and you
are better »>ff uientally, physically, finan
cialix'. It s so easy, so simple. Get a box
of N»»-To-Bac and if it divsu t lek-ase
von from all craving for tobacco 10 any
form, vour »Iruggist will refund your
money vithout question
PLANS ANNOUNCED
Continuer! from png'- J
1. All member« of the Winning
ton Conference, r>a»io)«, supplies, re
tired minister«, dlstri« 1 siipertnt,« n<l
wits and officlftl visitors to bo snt»-»
tnlned iibsolufoJv free ffornes are 1 ■
provided for all tbes<
2. The Conforenes Htwwsrdn <!»•/
men! to bo provided with acrorniijod.t
Uona «t the hotel to bo paid for b,
(he Ruroau
2. The dob-aat»« to the i>«y K,|o,
torsi Conference ran *<un«i either by
Aijtomobtlo or by train reaching t'rl,
rteld, H>i«t*y morning, April 1, at 10
o'clock, and their session « an I** In ai I
,f Co nfereneo H«ssl'*r»s
10.30. They rnv complet« 'heir l«l,«,rs i
In time to («k« th« 1 p. m. (rnln «rut, or
rsn remain until th« i.Ht train, «r«or*l
Ing to tfi«'(i pleasure« Dinner und s»jp t
per will be provide»«! for the «lep-gar, s
to ha p*M for by the Bur*»»-! <»f *'*u.
ferenre Hesaions
No Arrin(Mn«nti have h«-* n made
nor 'Mn he made for entertainment of
*>fher than tho *l»«rve
Vaughan H. Collin«, Hupt ,
John lé. Jobn«on. Pastor.
V. H— If » «ru» rante«r «an i »<• giv«
(tint 76 m»-n will g«r out, n «pee-tal irsln
Will leav« Crlsfl"!«! at, 10 20 p
fleeting wdth the rritdnlgh«
King's f'reek.
j
m , cr»n
fmln wt
t «inference Program Arrange»).
The program f»»r the 4"onfer*riee s«ie
«Pin h«a t«cen ni range'! It 1« «s fol 1
Iowa
TilMMtay, March 29, !92l,—7.20 p.
stcwArdshp meeting, Kov. f*»hn W |t
SumwAlt. It. 1»,. chairman,
(her E.
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R«v
J.n
Ix>ve)«iy, D I»., epcjikcr. rn-j
hy Immanuel 4'h»irch rh»»lr
W«y1n<-»MlAy— H.30 a
m«-nt t>f the I bird's Hiii«|i'-r.
organlMtlon ; ronfi-n-i »,»■ !»r.«ision, 2
unnlvereary of th
MlA«lon«ry Hc<rl«-ty, Mr«. William H
;'■«rs'«ii, f«r<«U 1 ing, speak< r. vTos l r 'or
rn , the K«' r
c«<nfcr«-n
Woman'»
Foreign
en» o Hooper of Washing'«»! . I A»i»l
>n Hannan. I» l>
l/rew Theological Hemlnery.
<>nti>»i*rv
h- « w««..
M»»«li
v ' 7VVhH ' ,h '
Ir»g, ' Hev L» B. I'wjle. » half man, .»cl
»1res« hy Key It ./ Wade, j 1
a'ercfipticon. Afr1«a the N
(7or»tlnent,'' Iry Itev Willis R
D. U.; m«i« 1 e by Immanuel « 1
choir
U
Ho
Thursd*-.'. *20, a quiet h«>ur,
Conference aenslon , 2 20 .
of the W'f<m*n'« Horn« Missionary
< ictv. Mr« Bmrna !.. WcMIn pr-si'l;
» 1 -« aXsr Mr«. I> H St.rc»t of Wsshirtg
4, adArfuie r»y Hev. Dr. Hum. i n
7.30. Annlx sraary of «h» » onfr-rsn« • ù
Ke
anitiv'
worth l-enguc
chairman; *r«*>vksr. K«»v. ''hnri
tjathrls. I» L>, of r*hîc«g'. «
"Th«» Htswardshlp of Ltfe: " rnu
W. <i
Har
Immanu«! Church « hotr.
Friday. 2,30, qul*t hour 9 to
voter» r.» annhrenwry. halrr,««
K H Itashl-H, sAdress l.y It.
flog.-tey, I», I» , i, ,«Wr.-«s «,
Hannan. M veterans' .«mu
««mtln ied. a mas» im-stln«:
H«v F.. H I »ash lall
F Wa«*on Hannan. f>. D
«ter. Ills t .ffle«, and Ills railing
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ness «< «slot, of ty»» I V>nf«r«n< e
I # r
■rs.i
hy
Th
;nusi
by Immanuel f 'hurch < h«»(r
8 *tu«d*>-. 4 30
«e«s!»>ri of th«*
»I u let hour. biivtnciM«
'onferenc«
.lay school anniversary. l!*-v M.i
McCann, «-halrman: »rpeak<-rs ft*»v.
H. IVvvard. D I> , Rev E. <
4, adArciw by Ur. Har. nan
versa ry <>T tha Anti-Saloon i mh.k
fTiurch Temperance Hoetefy;
hairman ; «r>cAksr«
'rabb. The Anti
levague on tha F«v.Insula
âne» True »VI »«on. D. Tt.. Th»
era Cr»-«d, music b> Imnianuei «.'bur«
chotr.
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7.3»*.
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f'rettvman.
(icorsrf. W.
.Ur >11
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Rev.
i>f«<ra 1 -
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fluiMlAy—9 a m..
Bw. R. K. Rtaphenaon. It.
bv the -Hatrict sup*nntendent«;
sermon by ibe biAhop.
«♦«rrtes. Hav. T. K Terrx
love feast. I'fl by
D.. assistai
2.3»J. rnemorta»
hairmwn,
ordinauon of deacons and - der»
Bishop XV. F. McDoweU;
meeting conducted by Rev. Jc-epfa
Nat*. D. D.
ife
serv i»-«
7.30, music bv ln.manu*
Church choir; praise sérxûce;
by Hev. Joseph C. S ate.
Monday—x.30 a. m., »juFt hour 1 :si
nesa »essirn of the . onlerence ; reading
the app«iintment»; .adjournment.
sonne
The I.ay Coaierenee.
Th», '^y <7onferen»?e will meet .t
10.30 Friday. April I. in -hw ansembly
room of the church. Jud«;e Waiter A.
Poweii of Dover ia the ;>resident
Prof C. A. Short of Newark, secretary
Rev. Watson F. Hannan. D. D.. of
Drew Tneoiogioal Seminary will deliver
an address -weh afternoon at •
His subjects will dea» with matters vital
to the minister and to the people.
Hon. Waiter O. Hoffecker wtii
the singing at the Conference
and conduct the praise services at *h
anniversaries.
An .-dmatzona! program tn Sur- la
>s< , hooi work will be put on
bv K . A s M
iveboch from 7 until
, lin n ... Vj
advanced methods it
tn»i
■\ «*n
ca» r
Mr Carr:
:on
A
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Tht foliowtng:
hu rohes *vi
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1 BURPEE'S ANNUAL FRE E
Burpee's Annual .sar, ;
and dower garden. It t .'» ;
If v
best seeds that grow ,
ing. Burpee's Annual a
Just tear out th.s cc ;
XV. Atleb Blkpeb Go., Se
Please send me a free
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Home-made, but Un» W o •
Equal for Cough»
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II) (»r» |S»r»«l *«•
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if you have A
«companied wit
tiejiîe, hoarsens««, or
or if vour chii'l w ■ i
night w'd.h efi
help, try »hi*
.eotigh remedy
you with 1
ti,,• .»»to a ; ■
with pi, n gr;
yon e»n use » !
f
er, Id
sip »P I 1
reliable
Any druc
nota
corn syrup,
deeirstf Hi
realty rernarkah
taste« (*«•«, <t sn l
it r«n lie <ie
And lu t. r.g
V««u «an
efr-igt, n a
li 1 ra/se ne si
tb.oat t.rkle
irnlAte'l rner
sn«l brofieli I
fe
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>1 th
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ness, «-.-is«
»»ton.
Pin»» • a
♦ rAted ,-orn j
in« rtf ra* '
oown
Ch-igh», ihr',
T'.ere «re
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cf th « m
ment, »«V
with fill" <1
thing e'se
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Or. FYiwqrri«
A re » Harml«w Sabahtur
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Dr Fvfward»' Ol-w
•ssult of fir Fytwarr*«
not to treat hvsr ?nr* trim* ■ ~»r.
«nth <~alomel
ntee UhJet* a
'nirerf with
jractice »ith t
Thrv do al» t
toe* hut J««
1 «n nm
mt
haf
'-airs, no -notnr. o • ,
rijras rr c'a new om »on «■»
HäV itirr. -.i-n ! ■■
Take I>r Fzjwanti* D *ri s *
ivcr 1 TK 3
agr ' md
wfim yoa fee*
Note how they clear cloudn* ►
m up the spmrs. »
CHASCO-VIN'S
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