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PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
Friday, November it, 1904.
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The Union Republican Publishing Co.
GEORGE E. M. TENGLE,
Editor and M m after.
TTKTÄR1*» at the post office at
■E* GEOKGETOW N. ns second-class matter
Of course the Democrats had
money and the Republicans had loads
of it, and of course if the Democrats
had been liberally suppFed with the
"dough" they would not have spent
it for election purposes, but
have bought tracts for the heathen in
the Philippines, and of course—but
what is the use? Every
that money is used iu elections and
that the Democrats used it when the
this State
,ou Id
knows
Republican Party l
too small to elect anything.
lv indulged i
This
by
kind of talk is
few sore head politicians and does
not in the least alter the fact that the
Republicans captured nearly every
thing in sight last Tuesday.
The Democrats refused to believe
the first telegraphic election
that reached here and, it is said,
prominent Democrat sent word to
the operator that unless lie sent
straight news lie would be reported
to head quarters. He knows better
heard the final ret i
Has any
from Northwest Fork?
It
ported here Wednesday morning that
the Republicans had carried that hun
dred by considerably over four hun
still voting.
dred and that they
W. F. Blackstone received a few
complimentary votes from the Prohi
bitionists last Tuesday. This only
goes to prove that all Prohibitionists
opposed to the liquor traffic
tware.
Journal had published
a few more "statistics" the Demo
crats would not have carried any dis
trict in the county.
if the Suas
The Republicans control the Levy
uemocrat was
Court. Only
elected.
The report that Burt Michell would
have
move to Georgetown seems
been a mistake.
The Legis'ature.
SENATE.
New Castle County.
First district—George W. Sparks,
Reg. Rep. (Holds over.)
Second—Thomas M. Monaghan,
I tern.
Third—Thomas J. Stirling, Reg.
Rep. (Holds
Fourth—John M. Metidinhall, Reg.
0
Rep.
Fifth—Artenias Smith, Dem.
(Holds over.)
Sixth—David C. Rose, Dem.
Seventh—John A. Latta, Dem.
( Holds over. )
Kent County.
First district—Thomas M. Moore,
Union Rep. ( Holds
Second—John W. Houston, Jr,
Union. Rep.
Third—Remson C. Barnard, Union
Rep.
Fourth—Janies T. Reed, Dein.
Fifth—Alban B. Conner, Union
Rep. (Holds
r.)
Sussex County.
First district—Simeon S. Penne
will, Union Rep. (Holds over ).
Second—David Hatley Boyce, Dem.
Third—-David O. Moore, Union
Rep. (Holds
Fourth—Archie B. Lingo, Union
Fifth—Thomas W. Jefferson, Dem.
(Holds over.)
REPRESENTATIVES.
New Castle County.
First district—Henry Stafford, Rep.
Second—Willard S. Meredith, Dorn.
Third—M. Howard Jester, Reg.
Rep.
Fourth—Dr. T. O. Cooper, Deni.
Fifth—Frank M. Seiver, Deni.
Sixth—Jacob K. Hanby, Dem.
Seventh—William H. Miller, Reg.
h'i|'
Eighth—William M. East burn,
Reg. Rep.
Ninth—John P. Armstrong, Reg.
Rep.
Tenth—El wood L. Wilson, Reg.
Rep«
Eleventh—John B. Mahoney. Dem.
Twelfth -Willard T. Smith, Dem.
with
his
Thirteenth —Frank J. Penington,
Dem.
Fourteenth- -Edward Hart, Dem.
Fitfteenth—Andrew J.
Deni.
Wright,
Kent County.
First district—William H. Baggs,
Union Rep.
Second—William D. Denney, IT. R.
Third—Gamaliel Garrison, U. R.
Fourth— Themas C. McGinnis, U.
R.
Fifth—Aldcu R. Benson, U. R.
Sixth—John G. Meredith, Deni.
Seventh—Daniel B. Murray, Union
Rep.
Eighth— R. C. Stevenson, Deni. *
Ninth—Frank J. Prettyman, Deni.
Tenth—Frank W. Davis, Union
Rep.
• Susse
County.
Charles D. Abbott,
First district
Union Rep.
Second—John
Union Rep.
Third—Da
Fourth—-Charles
Union Rep.
Fifth—Edward Pierce Ellis, Deni.
Sixth—Rufus D. Lingo, Jr., Union
T.
Vamlenburg,
iiel W. Ellis, Dem.
W. Messick,
Rep.
Seventh—Timothy E. Townsend,
Union Rep?
Eighth—Henry O. Bennum, Jr.,
U. R.
Ninth—Henry Marshall, II. Rep.
Tenth—{lurry V. Lyons, U. Rep.
Recapitulation.
Senate; Dem. II. Rep.
New Castle 4 —
Kent
Sussex
R. Rep.
4
1
3
3
Totals * 7
House :
New Castle 0
Kent
Sussex
6
7
3
to
8
#
Totals
Joint ballot 21
15
14
9
The Levy Courts
The Levy Courts of the three
counties, will be composed as follows:
New Castle County. •
First district—James Logue, Rep.
Second—»Harry A. Brown, Rep.
Third— .lohn V. Greenfield, Dem.
Fourth—{p. Canby Hopkins, Rep.
Fifth—J ihn W. Morrison, Dem.
Sixth —Charles H. Salmon, Dem.
SeventlM^William A. Scott, Dein.
Democrat«, 4; Regular Repub
licans, 3. U.
[eut County.
First di
Union Kejl
Second
ict John P. Hudson,
»bert E. Conan, Dem.
1
( Holds
Third—S/fllD
(Holds over.)
Fourth—J W. Virden, Dem. ( Holds
Wharton,
el A. Fortner, Dem.
.) Fifth—John B.
Union Republican.
Sixth—Charles D. Bastian, Union
Republicans.
Seventh—Willi*
D. Rickards,
Union Rep.
Eighth—Edward B. Knotts, Union
Rep. (Holds'«ver. )
Ninth—Charles A. Smith, Deni.
Tenth—Aaron B. Woodruff, Union
Rep. (Holds over.)
Democrats, 4; Union Republicans,6.
Susse
County.
First district—Joseph G. Davis,
Union Rep.
Second—Jabez T. Willey, Union
Rep. (Holds over. )
Third—James W. Hastings, Deni.
Fourth—Ben jainir
Union Rep. ( Holds o
Fifth—Arclielius B. Elliott, Dem.
Sixth—John B. Parker, Union
Rep. (Holds over).
Seventh—John S. Tingle Union
H. Elliott,
0
Rep.
Eighth—Clifford E. Burton, Union
Rep. ( Holds over. )
Ninth—Joitn R. King, Union Re
publican.
Tenth—Alfred
Co
Dem.
(Holds over.)
Union Republicans, 7; Demo
crats, 3.
The business meeting of theY. W.
C. T. IT. will be held Tuesday Nov.
15, in their
desired.
. Full attendance i
Sec.
Divine service at Wesley M. E.
., and at 7.30 p.
m., Nov. 13th. Preaching by the
pastor. Revival meeting each even
ing except Saturday begining at 7.30
o'clock.
Church at 10.3ft u.
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most remarkable cases
of a cold, deep seated
causing peumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind.,
entirely cured by the
the lungs,
who
One Minute Cough Cure. She says:
"The coughing and straining
weakened
of
that I
» ! < 1 w 11 i
weight from 14s to 92 pounds. I tried
a number of remedies to
until I used On« Minute Cough Cure.
Four bottles of this wonderful remedy
cured
strengthened my lungs and restored
me to my normal weight, health and
srength." Sold by Mashall & Chip
man.
avail
entirely of the cough,
The Return of Dean Cook.
Once more our good friend who
with us in our "Church Mission" last
May, comes among us in the hope of
reviving the spiritual blessings which
were then conferred upon us through
his agency. The Dean will meet the
congregation of St. Paul's and all who
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may care to join, at a preparation
evangelistic service
ning, 7.30, November 12.
We devoutly trust that this bright
unconventional service will enable
Saturday
obtain a deeper taste of spiritual
the the Lords Day, follow
tliings
ing.
Sunday will be
. with
The services
Communion services, 7.30 a.
short address; 10.30 Morning Pray
and Sermon. An address to the Sun
day-school in the Church at 3.30 p. m.,
to which all adults will be heartily
welcomed; and Evening Prayer and
sermon 7.30. May God in His wisdom
and mercy vouchsafe a rich blessing
these ministrations of our clear
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friend.
The Rector, Rev. A. E. Whatham,
will be in Conshohocken taking the
Deans services in his absence.
A. E. Whatham.
9
Unclaimed Letters.
The following unclaimed letters
remaining in Georgetown post office:
Margaret F. Wilson, Mrs. C.
Klouniger, Mrs. Navmi Donovan,
Mrs. J. H. Gorden, G. W. Bunnan,
Horace Cannon.
J. H. Maull, P. M.
J. H. Maull, P. M.
l!on«'y Making
Tlio card making wasp of Brazil, it 1»
Bald, manufactures a honey the use of
which is not without danger, as It
casions vertigo. In South America
large quantities of honey are collected
from the nests built In trees by tin In
sect which is supposed to belong to the
bee tribe. Then there are the ham
hose honey whole towns In
Ceylon go into the woods to gather.
There are also in our own country nuts
which construct underground nests,
but their ehief peculiarity is that In
addition to the ordinary inhabitants
ills' nest there is a special class
called honey bearers. These live en
tirely In the nest and receive the food
collected by the workers, store It up In
their globular abdomens, which
pable of great expansion, and regurgi
tate it in the form of honey when any
of their comrades desire to he fed.
They are, in fact,
bags. Another species of lionoy ant
has been found in Australia, and a spe
cies of coccus in India provides itself
with a small quantity of honey.
biiros,
of
*ly living honey
Wellington and 111 m Steward.
Even the "iron" Duke of Wellington
hud his difficulties with the servant
question, chaplain George It. Gleig
wrote of the great soldier: "As to his
table, it wuh in every respect such
became ids position. His wli
excellent, though his cellars contained
but a scanty supply at any given time.
The oldest could not have heei
than a couple of months In his posses
sion. Of his reasons for thus acting he
made no secret. 'At one time.' he sahl.
'I used to do ns others do—gave my
dors to the house steward and bunded
him the money to pay the hills as he
presented them to
for a
me. This went
. when to my sur
prise and disgust I got letters fre
tradesmen humbly begging that 1
would settle their accounts, which had
been long standing. I found on Inquiry
that the fellow lmd been gambling
y creditors
that day to this I have
point to pay my
keep my accounts with trades
possible.' "
vith
oney, leaving
mpald. Fi
«de It a
•11 hills
anti
short
Tli»- Upturn of n Projectile.
The question Is often asked, "Will
object thrown Into the air, either fr
the hand, a volcano or even when shot
rifle or cannon,
earth with 1 lie same Initial velocity
with which it left?" The answer is: A
projectile thrown vertically upward
Into the air will return with
less than the initial. In the air tli* ac
celerating force which acts during the
descent is not equal to the retarding
force during ascent. The retarding
for the weight of the
eturn to the
fr
eloclty
force is the
projectile and the atmospheric resist
ance, both acting in the same direction.
In the descent the accelerating force Is
ce of these two, since they
act In opposite directions. In a vac
It would he different. In that case, the
the differ
relght of the projectile being the only
•ould generate
force acting, this for
In each foot of the ball exactly the
.» amount of velocity that it had
lost in Its passage upward. Thus the
final would lind it with a speed equal
to its Initial velocity.—St. Louis Repub
lie.
OF UNTOLD VALUE.
The Information Contained In This Citi
zens Statement Is Priceless.
The hale, the hearty, the strong a
afford to toss this paper to
patiently when they read the following
• sufferer in Georgetown, who has
uffered hours of tortue caused by kidney
iplaiut will stand in his own light if
does not follow the valuable advise
offered here.
A. Allen of North 2nd st. Milford,
about eight
lilt
he
Del. Hook agent says, "F
years I was unable to pursue my daily
business
'fount of Kidney
bladder trouble. During that time,
unable for 2 years and
leave my room. I ulsi
After s
that 1 was able
months to
had diabetes
; time my health improved so
get about with
but last winter I had scarlet fever and it
left my kidneys in a had condition. Last
spring I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills
and was advised to give them a trial. I
lire a box. 1 was soon able
to get around town without
much improved and I have again re
sumed my work putting in full days. I
iieved by the use of
Doan's Kidney Pills that I
than pleased to reccoinniend them to all
sufferers from similar complaints."
Emphatic endorsement
right here in Georgetown. Drop into
Marshall & Cliipman's drug store ami
ask what their customers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
per box. Foster Milburn Co. Buffalo,
N. V. sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name Doan's and take
other.
did so proe
;.-is so greatly
be had
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grade clothing, but we would
not sell as much of it; we could
sell a cheeper grade, but it
would not give satisfaction.
Practical Clothing for practi
cal people is what you will
nad here. Lois of it in all the
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NOTICE!
A special meeting of the State Board of
Education will be held at Dover, Novem
ber 17, 1904, at 10 o'clock A. M. for the
purpose of considering recommendations
to the General Assembly and transact
other business.
By .order of the President.
Georgetown
Building
and Loan
ASSOCIATION.
I
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of
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
President, F K PAYNTKR.
Vice President, J. H. SPEARMAN,
iec., C K. JONES. Treas.. R. II. Looks. Attorney, E. D. HEARNE
DIR ' TORS—G. \V. Hatfield, John W. Messick, George W.
Wilson, P. C. Pcnuel,C.,T. Purnell, D. S. Purnell, J. H.
McGlothen, George W. Jones, F. W. Donovan.
A Fair Profit and Safe Investment
A fair profit is oi importance to every investor, and is one
of the first tilings that is considered in connection
with a proposed investment, and with this
the careful man looks also to the safety of liis cap
In fact, the more careful he is, the more value he
places unoii a safe investment.
AGENTS—R. II. Wood, Ellendale : R. C. Hill, Redden ; Capt. R. W
Dasey, Frank ford ; Mrs. M. E. Itookhatmner, Lewes;
J. S. Dickerson, Bridgeville.
Address all communications to
al.
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Georgetown, Oe
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