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NEW FOOD REGULATIONS
Some Fresh Rulings Effective Sep
Ne rules have been promulgated
for the use of wheat and these are ef
fective September 1. They are:
(1) For the preparation and mar
keting by the manufacturing and dis
tributing trades of the country of a
mixed flour complying with the inter
naional policy which will be available
for purchase by the hour:-hod.
(2) 'In regulations covering the'
case where straight, wheat flour is sold
by retailrs that at the same time 20
per cent of other cereal flours must
he soldi coicidental ly.
(3) "Requ irig that all bakers' bread
shall contain 20 per cent of other
"The food admninistrationi relies up..
on the householders of the country to
mix at least 20 per cent of substitute
cereals into the wheat flour at homc
for all uses. Corn meal ior use in corn
bread should be purchased separately
from combiation sales.
"In compliance with the general sit
uation the following aiterat ions are
made in rules and regulations govern
ing the baking trade:
"Rule I a. Thle consum ption of wheat
flou r in ha kery ~ proucts not to exceed(
in An xpe
N EW i
Men's SuitUs, sponged anf
Men's Suits, steamn elean
Men's Suits, dIry cleaned
Ladies Coat Suits, spong
Ladies Long Coats, dryv
Ladijes Dresses, sponged
Ladies Dresses, dry cleai
Palm Beach and Cool Cl
These Prices go
Hoffman French I
E. W_ ROW1
m is well loca
Lou of New Zio
of this farm wi
toted for Mess
70 per cent of the 1917 consumption is
"Rule 2a. Wheat flou rsubstitutes
for bakers remain as heretofore with
the exception of rye, which will be a
substitute when used upon a basis of
not less than 10 per cent, which is
two pounds of rye flour to every three
pounds of standard wheat flour. When
rye is used in this proportion, or a
greater proportion, no other substi
tutes are required. If less than this
proportion of rye flour is used the dif
ference between such afount used and
410 per cent must be madle up of other
"Rule 6a. Bakers wvil Ibe required to
use one pound of substitute to each
four pounds of wheat flour in all bak
ery products, including bread, except
Class :ia crackers. in which only I10I
per cent substitutes other than ryc
are reqiuiredl. The use of the name
'Victory' will be allowed in all prod
uets conta ining~ the above proportions
Washington, Sept. 3.--Formal rec
ognition of the Czecho-Slovaks as a
belligerent government, and of the
Czecho-slovak nat ional council as the
de faicto governmenIt. wVas made toda~v
rt Manner !
pressed'Q( - $ .35
ed1 .... _. 1.25
- - . 1.50
ed and pressed . .75
and pressed~ .- .75
ed _ .. ----1.50
ah Suits (clnd -.75
'n effect July 1st.
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ces: Petersburg, Virginia ai
NEW KIND OF CALOM[
SAff AND DELICHITUL
The new kind of calomel, known as
Calotabs, retains all of The good
medicinal virtues of the ol style
calomel, yet is entirely purified from
all of the nauseating, disagreeable and
dlangerous qualities. You can, there
fore, eat what you please and go
where you please,'with no lb .s of time
from your wvork.
One Calotaib at bedtime, with a
swallow of water-that's all. Next
morning you awvake feeling fine, your
liver cleansed, your system purified
andl with a hearty appetite for break
fast. Calotabs are sold1 only in or
iginal, sealed packages, price thirty.
five cents. Your diruggist recopi.
mendis themi andt wvill refundi your
money if you are not delightedl.--..
Iby the Lunited States.
This government, accortling to See
reta ry of State Lansing's announce
ment, wvil lenter formally into rela
tions with the de facto government for
the purpose of prosecuting the war
against the common fooe-- Germany
andI A ustria- hungary.
TIhe recognition of this country goes
further than the pres ious recognition
of G.reat Britain, France and Italy.
for it recognizes not only the Czecho
Slovaks as a nation but also their
army and governir bodly. In fact.
it is a swee'ping blow aimedl at Auts
tria-Hlungary an. :- 'm .iy and prac
tically comm its this country to th'
diismiemberment( of the former emp1ire.
Th'e announcement of the Staff De
partmeot also was taken to indkcato
the first stepi in the fulfilment of the
rersidlent's prom ise that the freedom
of oppressed peoples must, and wvill be
(stablis~hed by this wvar. It was oon
to-lay when Secr:tary of State Lan
sing receivedl Prof. TI. G. Masaryk.
president of the Czecho-Slovak nn
tional council and commander-in-chief
of the Czecho armies, at the State
Departnment, and informed him of the
step taken by the Unlite~d States. On..
ly one more important' belligerent re
mais to recognize the C;zec*ho-Slovatks.
It is ,Japan. Its recognition is now
expected in the near future.
the heel of Austria-hlungary, but of
whom thousands are fighting the
cause of the allies all the way from
South Central Eu'rope to Vladivostok.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vhitlity and energy by purifying and en
riching thme blood. You can soon feel its Strength
Coeni lnvltianect u SO .
from 20 to 50 acr
on on the premis
he New Zion and
from Manning, E
10 in Cast
1 have an equal c
rontage and will
orton and Floyd,
id Greenville, North Carolina
Shaw & M
No. 11 South Main St.
. . A spl<
hance at ti
be sold on
fur New a
of Snappy S
a,nd will be
a road, right
ag, S. C., by
nl$25 to $65 "
$15 to $60
go wrong in Buying
hlt Style, Right Price,
yourself with Our Line
asonable Footwear at
SUMTER. S. C.,;