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   Denton Journal (Newspaper) - January 21, 1905, Denton, Maryland                                "fn f" ?ii Ptfp1 S> 1845. A Family to Local and General Intelligence, Agrncuiluio and on all Subjects. Subscription, One Dollar per Annum, in Advance. 1905 'V'OL. 59 21, 1SO5, INTO. 12 SWINNEY'S I DEPARTMENT WEST DENTON. 49c Ladies' Corsets Corsets, the best you cvcrsavv, for 4-Dc. Sec our new stuck. Ladies' Skirts Ladies' Walking Skirts iti blue, blnck, English T weeds from up. Ladies' Furs We will close out the remainder of our Fur stock at sweeping re- duction. Tlicv must yo: SI.00 Furs, G9c. S'J.20 t.OO Underwear arc closing nut our heavy Underwear tor Slen, Women and Children. Stockings Just received a. new lot of Stock- ings, licnvy-wcijjlits, at up. Shoes We have some values in Shoes that must he closed out he- fore taking stock. Clothing reduction in Clothing. SOUR- of them ordered for Christ- mas arrived too late, tliereloie will xivc you the benefit of the entire lot. including dickers and kerseys in independent pants. Hoys' Pants Iroin ISc up. Chinaware Toilet Sets. Meat Dishes. 1'Jc up, Vocet.ilile DNlus, All of the above are New Goods. Just For Fun Combination! one lot to each customer, for cash or trade. 1 Pound of Washing 1 Best Lump Starch, 1 Bar of Oleine Soap, 1 Package of Washing Powder. The above for 10 cents. Bring Your Trade. Ask for a sample of SWINNEY'S DEPARTMENT STORE, at the Bridge, West Denton. M flA Ml fUt.KA IUI fUl IUI fUl fUl.fUl IUI fUl fUl fUl fUl IUI flA IUIIUIIU1 bl Frorr) to Corjjunrjer. fio Ve respectfully invite inquiry from contractors and the building The best quality of brick manufactured on the lower Dclawarc- Marvland Peninsula. Write For Prices. Prompt delivery made on any quantity. Conwell Company, A1ILTON, DELAWARE. 13 w vu w tni w vv w w irw ini trv w ini trvWwra ini w ini tni w Square Berry Berry Crates, Boxes, are manufactured and are on sale at reasonable prices at our works. WE SELL: and Dressed; Shingles, Lath, Windows, Doors, Blinds, Lime, Hair, Cement, Coal. Hay, and all kinds of BOX SHOCKS. The Hughes Lumber and Coal Co., MARYLAND. Denton National Bank Savings Departient The Denton National Dank has opened a Savings Department, to IK operated in connection with the general banking business of the institution. We will allow Interest at the Rate of 3 per cent per annum on the amount that has been to the credit of the de- positor for a full Interest period of four months, ,Thc terms of this Department are similar to those of Savings Banks and the rules and regu- lations adopted have been ap- proved by the Comptroller of the Currency. The advantages of regular Savings Bank are thus af- forded to the community, and deposits are respectfully solicited. For full particulars inquire at or address the Dank. By order of the Board of Directors. L. COOPER. President. First Grade Flour "White Dove" Brand Buckwheat and Homin} in sea- son; Meal, Middlings, Horse Feed, Horse and Cattle Pow- ders, Chicken Powders, Rock Salt, etc. For sale at the DENTON FEED STORE, SAMUEL LEWIS, Successor to T. Fred Ga Proprietor. A Large Lot of Stoves, Ranges. Furniture, Carpat, Mattingr, Rugs, Blaa- keta and Robes, Hardware, Paints. Oils, Harness, Fence Wire, American Or- namental Lawn and Yard Fencing, Sewing Machines, Wash Machines. Galvanized Iron and Tarred Felt Rooflnff, and other Goods at the Burrsville Hardware Store. Robes, to CO cents to Iled-roum Suites from to Parlor Suites, to S3S.OO; Buffets or Side Hoards, e.'l 2.1 to Enamel Iron anil Hrass stcnds, to cents to Dining-room, Sitting' room nnd Parlor Chairs, to per set; Urussels Citrpct, GO to US cents; InyraJn Carpet, 2o to (10 cents, aiul chcarjcr grades of Carpet 12 to cents pervard; Hall Carpet, 2o to fiO cents per yard; Stair Carpet, to 75 cents pi-r yard; RUJJS, 27 cents to Straw Matting, to 2t cents per yard; Steel Ranges, to Cook Stoves. to Heating Stoves, to Sl.'i.SO; Wheelwright, Ulacksinith nnd Iltiilding Hardwjire; Itahy and do-carts; Wood and Iron Pumps; Drive well Supplies; (300-pound Platform Scales; Breech loading Uuns, 16 Rooms Filled With Goods 16 T. Harvey, Burrsville, sad. For Sale. Thorougbrcd cockerels, black niinorco, white leghorn, white wyamlotc, barred rocks. Price to each. Adilrcss H.J. STEELI-, Florist. 12-3-04] Henderson, Md. UlO highest .ichis-'VL'-jJ nu n'i ot UK- nio.l- ern pianoforte. It is useJ and L'ndor.sL'J bv tiu authorities, u ho unanimouslv declare it to IT- a amongst the highest ".rude. pi.ino.s. The Mtisuai.m i'i SOMMl-R is found in its j 'in ity anJ of tone, uhich is a never-failing source of to those love good music. We cairy a numlx'i ntlu-i line pianos, as as a spkndiJ line of oi and oin prices :ue .is as the quality ot our instruments admit. Wiite loi cataliMiie anJ price-list. OTICn and N. Him- ard St., Balto., MJ. LIKES, BER WANGER CO. Glothcr t W. Lsxirurtou St. Ta'Iors Baltimore. Md- Furnishers llrru nncfr CD. ;irc I'l Cliitlilvrs is ail We Ask for a N" "1 NL-W Iloi'nml 1 I-'icd tlriiukr (irinds ,'H) busliL'ls of corn .mil coh meal pur hum. The pk'.st and on the market. Just the tiling to cijiL-ratc with the of All Ti.uL-s" hiif engine. No.'J. a larger for S lo.oo, himhcls ot co'-n and cob meal per hour; and is just o-i need to hitch to vonr or steam cn- MILL sol.n ii A NEVIUS FRAiMPTON, Easton, Maryland. ti Very Often fifteen dollars buvs ;i biiit or over- coat lierc as el; e where slures ar.J, size up to 50 chost to   Inaiiclies at prices that tor v. orlk'ii.ins'iip ami cjualitv ol niatfti.il cannot bo eijn. tiled iu tlie or elsewhere. At; IMICI u. TITKII Sunn1 want ity, otlurs fpiaiiilv. Wec.infuruisliiceth at jirici1. daily from s a in. to 5 p. in. In' m.iil 'Phone No. .'11 C. H. EXPEHTIN IN COWS AND MARKS. in CASTRATING KtlKJF.LINGHOHSKS. SPAYING HITCHES. HOGS AND CALVES; PLAIN COLTS AND STALLIONS CASTRATED Standing; Humanely, Qnlckly Safely. Now is the time to subscribe. Vjilcr in Windmills in all its hraiicln-s. All Steam Mot ati-r Elr. Special lo ing liuildings. furnished on siunt nonce Albert T. Reichman, DENTON, MD. Heating, Plumbing and Tinning Work of all Kinds. Vataiond, Adviser of S Kings By HOWARD FIELDING Ccpjrljlit, hy Oarlts W. llcokc IS. as it f.iii'i1 to me the telephone1 a eoftsidcnihlo un ballon. Il' I had not known I iniulit ncthinv; MM loii.s. lalam- id h.ippciH'd and tliaV lie- TTies hi-; roinm.ind liy a slii'ii'ioiH .uul eaort. I h'ld Ic.n ned. that his voice had th.it tone and ion sfi u-_'L'liiiL: a cvrtain kind of indecision oh'iiiir a eonllirt luMue'Mi the t'ivo natures which me so sti.im.'elv mingled in him. Wet a vi: IN SAILVMN COUNSEL. sponge with hot and with cold water nnd nole how ijueerly the two will hold apart and run out separate- ly uhen the sponge is squeezed, the hot water scalding your lingers, tht> cold seems unn.itur.illy ky by com- parison. '1 hat l.s the way with Mr. Dinsinore's honest, fearless rectitude and Ins embarrassed timidity. Tliei, never strike an In his charac- ter. They hold aloof from eai h other. "ll.ive yon been to dinner'.-" he jiskul. Ai.vl MIJII ;it for my re- ply: "Come down to my house. There's a little m.itier I want to talk over with yon. I want to ask your advice." I am under obligations to Mr. Dins- more, who many years my senior, and, besides, I like and admire him very much. Hut there Is a charming givl who bad been abroad with her mother and had Jnst icturned, and I wis Intending to "Of continued Mr. Dinsmore, "if yon an engagement this even- How soon can you be The I.i-t words weie spoken somewh.it Impatiently, but with an Impersonal Impatiemo, as If the telephone had been beliavlim badly. "Klu'lit J replied, not very heartily. "GoodI1' said be. And 1 hc.ird him hang up the receiver h.istily for fear that I might change my mind and sug- gest delay. Mr. Diusiiniio icgaids me as one of tie bc-t of his .mil often peals UK' upon Uvuis oi '-iicli direct .mil Immediate Impmiaiite tli.it 1 Into an opin- ion. Hut tli.it would !-o a gie.it mis t.ike. My cjiin.-e] Is of Mr bei.utse I MI r.nely s.iy thingat all. U'hat he rteds .1 IMcn er; he ca'i do almost si-; by ad- dressing a chair on the opp >-ile si !e oi his l.lh'.in table. lie knows this anil h.is KJineume- hinted at it K> me; et theie alter ;sll, an anl.iiriJ in t.iIU- ing tl'e resislaiite of another iniml, though it may be and im- I am a sort of mental clsing machine foi- Mr. Intellectual pulley weight or a moral dumbbell if tlie question is one of con- science. lie was waiting in the hall when I anlved. and he too'.; me at once to the library. The h ).v: containing thu ci- gars which 1 like so much was open on thu table. A servant, long trail.cd the household, me a light be- fore I could adjust my lungs for a per- fect inhalation and then vanished. 1 settled myself comfortably In my accustonnd place and. looked across at Mr. Dinsmore. "Heie- is something that will Interest your skeptical said Mr. Dins- more. "I nm going to tell yon about Mipeniatnral occurrence" And Mulled with enjoyment in the word which his Intellect long since repudi- ated and tils weaker part still cherishes. "Did you ever hear of a man named ValmondV" I hl.ou'i my head. "He i.ills himself Valmond, the ad- vist-r of kings, lie i; an advertising clairvoyant." "That iicioimts for my not having met y.iid I. "I h hid that respond- ed Mi'- Din -in >re. "I mot him this afteni'cin. lie Is an honest man." I a cloud of s'mlte anl watched It float t luard the "Your (l.ii'-t n >t surprise Mi. Dinsii'die rcspumkvl to the lemark which I had not '11 iile. -nut I sh.'ll {.Mad if yon are able to explain llii! facts. About a ueek my sister-in- law was Into the presence of meat Vninionil by :i fiii'inl of held, iLiM .sliv  na- Itle .1 disbeliever as are jourself, hilt she has a woman's delight In mvs- tcries." I '-h l.iy e'll'ovr. "I the i- --aid Mr. li'i'spioic "I'.ut lei niv- pi'.n t'.ir I IM l nir.rh ti..k'. '1 is something I mil-; do, nn I spicldy th.it is. if }o'i :ipj i'iu> the dcc-i- ui which 1 h.iu' cd.' At this I ass-uni'-d an ,sj >u of judii i.il Impartiality, att.iitiiu the i- "Tlu'ie's hi en tiouhle :tt my ot- he lesiimed. bi en losiir: a little money, and Imen't I n able to account for it. I h.id 1 1 siis-jKvt Cole, our cashify, tliinmh !H> llu> mill v ho di ered and re- ported the I i- s." I msly ti'.ini, my Ineiul's I'ounten.iin e. It mhl nut I e th.it so :l pel -on me tin1 1 111 .lit of iislnj an olil and I'iel oii'pltr. e upon v, ic-cl of an Ne.- of s" v i iii. Xo. n iii.t It'in jn I Mn 'in ii e. He mlirhl uis.i.s, it. hilt he v ncuv do il. (.Mute lelieiel in mind. 1 l till ued to the n.ent of to "This afternoon v, l.iie I idone in my r mm he uHiiuied. matters Mint-rli m uitfi those ihei't-. :a i> hut an- noying, came mind and strongly re cnf'iricil KI> suspicions; in re.Mnl (M Co'i1. As- a of my mi'ditat.om Ilie suhjei t I a letter lo my niitccMhle unce. Captain Cro--hy. chief of the city's detective hrrean, and iivUeil him t'i send lo me tomorrow miieh upon tho (piiL't an able   the mad on the eorner. Hut I reuche-l the outer door I found it was raining and that the pavciniMit was then one of nur hoys (ami1 U from nn l nut the lettt-r Into his Irind. adilrc-ss dowiiM'aid. and I snid: 'You aie not to look at that .id- dress. M.iil the letter in the on the corner.' I Mood and watdied him while he did this erraiu1, and he did not deviate from my instructions-. Then I returned to my ollicv, put on my over- coat :iud pnn ided mj-Hi' with an nmbrell.i and took a  t (juile ri'.l.t i'i h's i.d. y. ,-nd yet ID i.d. N sir; th.it life and bi en l.-r alield from nn.v i "He told '-oni" e n i uli'm il Ihin about my liie iii li i. 'y 1'Ji hi it 1 1 .id -i.i -'.'iiVut rf and n jt >r '111 the l en. thonirli t) a-id fairly in tl'e scramble for money. 'Yo'i have I ivu won-'ed :ib i'M a tlo with yuur lni.1- said 1 e. And lien he ceded 111 the simplest and ino-t niliii'.il IKM-, wltl'.Diit a trace of ho- cus puuns, t tell me Hie iireeise f.iets about our loss of money and my .siKpi- I'lous about Cole. veiv mls'taKi'ii nn >ut Cole.' he. 'but It's no jr-ent Inimi. Your litter u ;is limn i ess.n-y; Hut's all.' 'My -.iM I. be aii.weieil And he proceeded tiv ivpeit it for What do yi-.n think of I told Mr. with pivfci-t honesty that I did n >t l.i I'I e-y of the nrill, And iheu-y of ill" t.i e cm o'in- teri1 I u've brought Yalmond down heie." said Mr. Dinsmoie in a low voitc. Cro.-by stared ami then thicvv back his head and laughed. "That's Sergeant s-aid he. "lie's a tiier.d of your man Cole. When Cole found that you suspected him of lobbing you he appealed to Moore, who tame to me about it, and I told him to go ahead. So he put on a caipeiiter's lig and went down to your .shop and kept hi-, eyes open. "1 'felly soon he began to suspect one of join- boys, and this afternoon ho made it a sure thing. You gave a let- ter to this boy to mall, a letter ad- dressed to me. The boy pretended to mail it, but mailed an old envelope in- stead. IleM seen the address, and it had scared him. So he came back to the olliie and read your letter and tore It up. Moore got the pieces anil patched them together in half a min- ute. Then he went out and telephoned to me. I told him to cjnslder the case I'D -ed down to your place and that I'd pu( a shadow on to the boy. Mean- while I'd bo obliged if Sergeant Moore would go uptown and arrest a very 'So VOL-'VI: VALMOND IJLllth." GI fulled himsolf Vnlruond. tlie advi-er nf Moore went up tin re iind iiK't jou and decided to tell fdiliino In order to escape telling you Afruld you might do indisi-iTi't. Is that Mr. Diiisiiiure tnnied to Hie with a Icio'.c of (liiiuful "And 1 liis lift? and thought hnd al'.ir tru.i iTinu'." said ho. "Don't iitiont this foolishness to i'nyl) jdy." Plural Delivery Notes In hi-: .iniiual lopoit .T. L. Iitistmv. founli that fur the eou- i nii-n h.ints and their pa- tron- a i all' uf :i routs per pound, ou HJt OML'OdillK pJUIllIS uiaiU-d nt tin1 distnhiitlnu of any inril 1'u'o delhoiy route. Then- aiu umv in opi-iMtlon nir.il lice delivery It is estl- inated lint annoxiinati-ly addi- tional unites i-.in est.ililhheil out of lla- mak- ing )7: 5 li be In uper.it iou. appiMpriiUioii of for the of new rural delivery he avUed by the dfp.ii liniMit foi the Ibcal ye.ir eudliig 1! Oti. '1 he tutli of the nir.'il free delivery ii e i-- -iiiuun by the statement that In there foity four routes iu upeiMti >n Mini tln> was for the last ye.ir the- in ojietat ion nninbered .snd the appropi iatlon to care for tin- en irnuniN 'v n of the rural free delivery ice IMS re.-ulteil in .in lin-rease of T.ll'.'i in (he unrulier of postofllivs dls- i-ontiniuil dniiiiK the tlseal year euded NFWSPAPFR! (Jn one i.fi'.ihlon a meat public din- ner to Isaac Hull by the of II and he to Mt Inr his picture to   per the cost of Improved roads. The state appropriated more than up to Iw... HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT. Good Make Good amd Proaperona Fnrmera. The fanner who opposes a tax for good roads is the only man who fights the Improvement of his own property when It Is done at the expense of the public. Every dollar expended for the benefit of the public roada Is a dollar expended for the improvement of the A GOOD 15OAD IN THE SOUTH. farms In the vicinity, for good roads make good farms. Ycry shortsighted then Is the farmer or any other man who does not labor for the Improve- ment of the public highway. Good roads have always been regard- ed as an evidence of n high Btate of civilization, and per contra poor roads just as strongly demonstrate a lowr state of civilization or at least u de- plorable condition of public sentiment, says a writer In Good Roads Magazine. Much of the pleasure of living in the country districts of England niid l-'rauce is said to nrise from the fact that the roads In those countries are kept In such an admirable state. The paved streets of our cities are said ta be no bettor than many of the country roads Iu Europe. Fancy the convenience and happiness of the fann- er or the country gentleman who can go from one point to another on a smooth, well kept road! His ways are ways of pleasantness, and his paths 
                            

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