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WILL BE OUT ON MONDAY.
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For Sale at all the Leading Saloons, Hotels and Cafes.
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DEPOT, Either Phone 351.
Phone 446
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A Ooddem of liberty.
'(AmbitiousGirl—I a
ot satisfied to
my father for every
ish to be independent.
»e dependent
tent 1 need. I
j, Mother—Should y
rour own living, you
t\h obedient servant of any employer
foil might have, always at his beck
end rail, always ready to do the bid
ding of your superiors, and having not
an hour you could callyo
f "That would be horrid. I waijt to j
P>e independent of pa. but I'll call no
plan master, and 1 shall want
go t
earning
•ould have to be
!
ow
thing."
. way 1
eve
1 afried."— X. Y.
I "Thflt's easy.
SVeekly.
(Set
Tell-Tale Illnshes.
Th
"Stie blushes prettily, doesn't she?" |
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always to be
•'Yes; but that's
.flivied."
"NuV"
h
Whv, last s
"Oh, no.
ter father asked lie
that noise
•h;
r of the
he 1'
was he heard ii
ght it
she the
Veranda she told hi
must have been a kissing bug."
"Well?
"Well, he just looked at her am! t-p
rked that it
ever knew a kis;
blush so like f
•as the first ti
e he
akea girl
ng Dug to
Chicago Post.
-Sided Aflnir.
A Oi
Mrs. Cooper—J heered
Bat yaller lwirber ia*'
eefc.
| Mrs. Hooper—Yas! I done
hundred
du
pm. un' J give 'it
eighty dollars wot 1 had sated to star
< A barber shop.
f Mrs. Cooper—Where is he now?
Mrs. Hooper—! d
in' fer 'i
ait
o; r
buck froi
hib ho
ion.—Judge.
A Noble Ambition.
tired
Cholly-I a i
support
Blind to
id I've
e iodependei
wide
i'
of h
becoi
ion't you ki
hiuk that a
i Miss Bullion-I
'ry
poble a
| ("holly- Vans. I've determined 1
•e rich
nettle d
v.-X. V.
i. don't Vi
ki
r*r 1 like y
Weekly.
Mrm
Cousin
i know.
I can't abide
Miss
»T
y; she >
■ Aunt Ih
Pr\(
P th
h —Susp
vilJ
vho
Yes;
: M
pov.
floor whe
g'
f the parlor
•t be
keyhole
she has c
Buspicioi
pany
person.—Tit
«
Bits.
City Gadder*.
Aunt Hilda- Well, it d<> beat
these citv people are the
Pers I ever heard
} Mrs. Meadow—Yon have & niece
all!
■■st gad
(there, haven't you?
i Aunt Hilda—Yes, and h
tor at home 'eepting Th
;ard wiyi
Ihf'.
V. Week
'fernhle.
Pi
••Doesn't b
uke you nervous to hear
husband constantly complaining
yo
ay poll lieu l
ffai
pi bout the
BDanaged?"
j "No," answered the tived-looking
woman, "it's a relief to have him com
politics. 1
okw» his i
alH."—Washington Star.
plain abo
bfi the
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PLAN OF COW STALL.
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It Savrs Ford. I.essenM I.alior
talculHlrd to Inn
(lean I in
i.l 1»
iro Absolute
akes this!
The great principle that
flail
prae
s K. j
•stead. The j
either side of
of the cow back to tli
('. Kekert. ii
feme A A A is put
suit the length uf
the
the post ^o t
ed
be
:hes
ral it
vard the cr
vs head sevi
ti
4 by 4 stud
I he
the cow. then putting
post next t(
Tl,.. feed hex is 18
inches
vide and the flu
ige board
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PRACTICAL COW STALL.
front of the cow 7 inches high, which,
to the :i by 3 studding underneath,
akea the top edge 10 inches high
. The latter is C feet 0
from plnM'or
he front,
he ditch to
edge of five-foot post.
fr
is 3 feet from ;
ng
ung
f the feed alley nnd leaves j
r at the top of 18 inches, j
the feed,
Ihe floe
<»l»c n i
here ail
d is placed i
at:
being sufficient r
trough, th
A (say 6 inches) for grain, ensilage or
ut fodder to pass down, but huv
'hole fodder
r will not. pass
• str
do
through the bars (A),
ns between the
upart, 4 feet high
at thn
The part it i<
inti 3 feet C ii
hes long. The
front of the bars
(A), except, 12 inches above the hot*
of tiu* feed box, so that the cut I
feed and grain rations re
own cows manger. But the whole
length of tbe hay manger is clear
from end to end, and, if wanted, any
distributed i
long fodder
)>
it
in good shape. The plat for
drop fron
.should
to ditch not le.*s
r.p<
Dubell the Hatter
Go to Charles E. Dubell for your hats
aud caps of all Styles No. 2 Fast Third St.
FOR SALE
. \V. Cor. Del Ave.
Gilpin
Tht' larnc dwelling
id Ada:ns street, with stable
Qeo, R. Townsend & Co.,
804 Market Street.
olO-tu th Haiti
H.W.
Some Miras
ft
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Bicycles and Velocipede*,
.Mechanical Toys,
20th Century Wonder, fiOc.
Iron and Wooden Wagons,
•Dolls, Go-Carts, Dishes,
Striking Hags,
F , Jot ]{*!]„
Boxing Gloves,
Fencing Foils,
Fencing Masks,
Indian ('labs and Dumb Bells,
Air Rifles,
Skates
Goll'Gooiln,
Fen Knives,
Carving (Sets,
Iron Toys and other Christ
inas Goods.
Come and See the Rainbow
aot.h CENTURY WONDER
PRICE SO Cents.
809 Market St
SPICES
'J ho I puddings, pastry and other
holiday dishes ur« (,nly enjoyable
Wheu high quality spie
Fur spices give the uni
to the f.neut
quantity. w
e ined.
isliiui; touch
tury.
FLATORING EXTRACTS
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The kind that delightB you. Every
3 make in lull und
Lemon, Oran Re, Al
ii hose la bottles ut 2«c. or
11 a v
rioli. Vanilla,
inoml
m qnaatities
lllfct w
BELT'S PHARMACY,
6lh and Market Streets.
A Wise Man Knows
That to be without Urn insur
a very unwise thing. Do not bo
wise. If you bio not already insured,
fully insured, why not let us issue you
a policy in one ot our itrong, sturdy,
, at tho very low.
is
A
coinp
. Think tho .matter
louDy nnd let us hear from you.
(iennral
Insurance
Agents.
HAWKINS & CO.,
712 Market SI,
nl-m-th-tf
E ngineers license—mechanics,
EngineerR, Flremon, Rlectriciaua, etc.,
4) paste piunphlat ooutninlng quflHiioneasked
by Axamlniag Hoard of Eugiueers; sent free;
Geo. A. Zeller. Publisher, Room tb, 18 South
4th street, St. Lout, Mts
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In* lixpl
matter
niKlit Hi*
"Slip's such
,n that l'i
■ssliko y<
»g
He's net
pi
vcry>ich.'
"No; but he's very old, and he
big life i
Cliicag
Post.

Get I p.
"My dear, are you feeling any bet- j
r'?" asked the fond
'' replied Doily.
Heady
<*t her.
t!
"Is the
'1 di
jelly ill! K
"Vts. dear.
"Well, I think I n
veil enough to
.''• Til-Hi
get up
Lovely W
If you believe lu
She will decelv
If you rieeei
She will believe.
—Harl
Lite
RKAHOX 14 KOI GII,
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just
in ihe conservatory. Why didn't
you tell him to stop?"
"Why. Fred. 1 can't speakFrench."—
Detroit Fr
kissing y
"I saw the c
Koines hut Similar.
A dude is lllte a mush
His waist is rather slender,
Ills growth Is somewhat rapid
And his top is very tender.
—Chicago Daily News.
Just a Brwinnar.
She—Has she many friends in so
ciety?
He—Oh. yes; she hasn't been in
long, you know.—Smart Set.
If In Own Fanlt.
Jade—I hear that Mr. Slade is going
to be married.
Blade—Serve him right. I've no
sympathy for him.—Ally Sloper.
A Matter for Oongratalatlon.
"Did Polehunter have any success on
bis Arctic expedition?"
"Oh, yesi Ho succeeded in getting
back."—Puck.
Jayson Iloerow—Every durn thing
tern Lack.day turns his hand taw
seem, tew go agin him.
HiramHornlhand—Va-aa; 'specially
work.—Puck.
Cwlorlr Cn»»iaeratloni.
Fatlant—What would you thlrk of
, doctor? |
• warmer climate for
Dootor—Good Haarens, sir, that 1*
Inst what 1 am trying to saro yo\^
SELF-OPENING GATE.
The Man Who Invented It Han Had
lit Constant I ne for n Ni
ber of Years.
This gate is a light one, hung by
which pass over pulleys near
op of long posts, and count
poised by weights upon the other
ends of the ropes. Small wheels
placed in the ends of the gate to
ropes
the t
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SELF-OPENING GATE.
g the inside of the post!
and thus reduce friction. The gate is
raised by means of ropes: attached to
the center of the upper side of the
gate, from which they pass up to pul
leys in the center of the
then out along horizontal arms, at
right angles to tlie bars which con
nect the tops of the posts. By pull
ing on the rope, the pate, which is
but a trifle heavier than the balanc
ing weights, is raised, and after the
vehicle has passed, the gate falls of
itself. In passing in the opposite di
rection another rope is pulled, when
the gate is raised as before. A sub
scriber has had one of these gates in
constant use for a number of year*
and finds it so satisfactory he de
scribes it for the benefit of others.—E.
Way, in Farm and Home.
move
•hway, and
Dr.UimtKoiaery.iOi N. UlU streak, l'ulla.
TOYS BY THE TON.
Tlie children pilot tlieir parents to
Old Kriss' Headquarters,
Bader Bros., 2 21 King Street
TOV^ i" endless variety and at prices to compare with
* A-f I O what they can be purchased for in other cities.
The store has been crowded daily this week but Bader
Brother are able to wait on all who call and please everybody.
Don't wait until the last minute but visit this mart for
Christmas toys at once and thus avoid the crowd.
Don't forget the name and number.
BADER BROS., 221 King St.
Intends To Contest.
Mr. G- F. Thomas haring been nunea
from the Clerkship of the Department of
Election
ds the following letter
Sir: Believing you desire to do Injustice
one. will you kindly publish (his
card lor information to tbe public to cor
rect mlsUateuientft and wrong Inferences
urtlclo regarding me in your issue
of Wed tie-day.
These are the fact?, as shown by tho law
nnd the minutes of tbo department, and I
nsk all fair minded citizens
to
in
etaiul by
un 11 tbe courts decide othor
the
wise.
Tbe Legislature passed
iug tbe department of Eleotlonsl to live
members expressly stating that they
should meet on the first Tuesday lu April.
1902, 10 organi/.e and elect a president and
u clerk. This they did and adjourned,
having
1902 as
only.
At tbe meeting Mr, Lewis waj oleoted
president (this position having been unaa
whioh 1 deoil nod).
year from
sot increas
further duty to perloim uutiles,
they have charge of state elections
imously offered to
nnd 1
elected olork, for
January 1, 1902- Not by a vote of tbe two
Democratic members nnd my own,
erroneously state, but u vote of three tnem
bors including President Lewis and Mr.
Hutson 1 not voting. This was three of
the five, both parties represented Presi
dent Lewis then said it would bo better
to tuko tbo
presslon
tho same result, Mr. Lewis again voting
; I then Raid, "Gentlemen, I thank
you for my elect ion,
gain it bv my own vote, but
led without it, out of courtesy to Mr.
Lewis I add ray vote in my favor." This
four out of the five—
you
vote over again fur a fuller ex
aso the vote was called wli h
for
1 did not want) to
I am eleo
made tho
throe of the live—a majority without my
i two votes of such political party.
In small organizations officers usually
vote for themselves, HJbeing often neces
sary. Mr. Lewis, ou both these votes,
voted for himself, and even then ojuldnot
have been elected without my Influence
for whioh his Judse-like action agn .st
me in the dark on Tuesdap night was ;*
surprise. And if he was legally elec ed
to act as prosldent 1 was oortaluly the
qualified clerk, for ws were both eleoted
under the law at tho same time no aotlou
up to that time having been tul^en other
wiso. Yot I had no notice of the meeting
of their proposed action until I read it
in the paper.
These are the fects which I am prepared
to prove before the proper tribunal. Oue'e
legal right cannot be stolen at secrotmeet
Ingsby alleged official action, In tbe dark
hour*. Tbe morning always dawns and
then trickery Is exposed. The end Is not
yet.
own
Yours truly,
Charles F. Thomas,
Wilmington. Dec. 10, 1901.
C OM-UdlPTiON. AU LHM CATAUtit
RLeuuiwtisis, Nenralgia, qnlolc roblf
Dr.UimtKoiaery.iOi N. UlU streak, l'ulla.
Gicjars Fop Tlje Holidays.
Box of 15 , 50 or 100 Cigars,
Tobacco of all Kinds
Suitable for Gifts.
Samuel Hawkins, 610 Markei
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Wilmington's Best *
Christmas Store,
5O6 MARKET STREET.
All of first floor devoted to Toys. Every child in j
Wilmington should come to this GREAT BIG TOY j
STORE. Their fathers, mothers, sisters and aunts as
well, all are welcome. There is no end of curious things j
to entertain you.
We have Dolls that do everything, almost talk,
from 25e to $6.50. Express Wagons, Hobby Horses,
S Doll Go-Carts, Mechanical Toys, Trains that run on
S tracks, Trolley Cars, Automobiles, Steam Engines, China
| and Brittania Tea Sets, Parlor Sets, Bureaus, Tool
Banks, Pianos, Magic Lanterns and a
* Chests, Stoves,
thousand things to interest you.
I
COME AND SEE US
S. SPEARMAN.
506 Market Street.
JUST IN FROM THE ORIENT
* Japanese Pern Balls
Can be had in full foliage for Christmas.
The Finest Decorated Plant to be had, Largest size at 50a
At J. J. SMITH'S,
Fourth and Shipley Streets
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