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Combination Goal and Gas Range that will Bring Sunshine into Your Kitchen Note: stated v Two Complete Ranges at the Price of One Only 25 Ranges will be sold under the remarkable terms below. The FAMOUS SUMMIT (Combination Coal and Gas Range) is a Gas Range and a Coal Range, both complete in one body. There are 4 burners for gas, 4 covers for coal and a large 20-inch oven that bakes with either gas or coal. You can use gas in Summer and coal in Winter or use both gas and coal at the same time. As h GAS RANG the FAMOUS SUM MIT is an improvement over; ANY ; gas stove. It is larger, will bake more evenly and uses less gas. It is also the best work-. ing coal range you ever saw. It will bake better, heat water hotter,, heat the kitchen and do it with less coal man any other range. We know these ranges through and through, and in order to quickly introduce a large number in this vicinity, we are going to sell 25 on the most .astounding terms. Here's Our Offer: Ton don't have to pay one penny down. You can uae the range absolutely free for thirty days. If you don't want to keep the range at the end of 30 days, we'll take it back without expense to you. We'll set the range up free, make all hot water connections and connect It to the gas (provided gas Is Uready piped to the kitchen) (without extra charge, and WK'LL TAKE YOUR OL-D STOVE IN TRADE. You can make a small payment at the end of SO days and pay a small sum weekly until the range is paid for. This offer applies only to this lot of 25 Ranges. - There are no strings to this offer but you' must get in on this lot of 25. THIS SALE BEGINS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1917. SULLIVAN & DOWNING, 26 Sixth St., Norwich FAREWELLS TO WESTERLY BOYS Crowd at Station to Bid Selected Young Men Goodbye District Sends 54 to Providence", With Five Alternates List of Those Certified Prisoners Put to Plea in Superi- or Court Wednesday. . The Westerly young men selected for service from State Division No. 1, the second Increment, left here on the 6.58 tfain Wednesday morning direct for Providence, -where the 854 , men from the state mobilized and paraded, prior to departure for Ayer, . Maa. The young men assembled at the fire house and were escorted to the railway station by th-3 members of Cyclone Company in full uniform. The drafted men rode in the Cyclone motor-driven apparatus, which was draped with large American flag. Then followed the fire company, headed by" a drum corps, and the flag the young men are wming to risk .their life in defending. There were fully 500 at the station to bid the boys farewell. While on the surface there was an effort .to betray no emotion or grief, still there was hardly a dry eye in the large assem blage as" the tram moyed from the sta tion. Fifty-four selected men and five al ternates, left fom State Division No. 1. Because of the widely scatered area, PORE CLOGGING PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS Easily Prevented by Use of Cuticura These distressing disfigurations are prevented, in moat cases by using Cuti cura Soap for every day tqilet purposes ana little touches of Cuticura Ointment as needed. If pim ples are actually present, smear them gently with Cuticura Ointment and let it f cmain on five min utes and then wash off with. Cuticura Soap and hot water. The mission of Cuticura is not only to soothe and heal but to prevent skin troubles by keeping the pores free from impurities and irritation. For Free Samples by Return Had address post-card : 'Cuticura, Dept. 2S Boston. Sold everywhere. the wen Vv;it '-o Providence in two in stallments. Dr. John I. May and Georgo A. Loomis accompanied one contingent, and Former Governor Charles Dean Kimball, -chairman of the examination board, the other. The selected men, and their alternates are as follows. Everett Tefft. Narragansett Pier James BernasconI, Westerly; James Reale, Westerly; Aagelo Rizzo, Wes erly; Angelo Rizzo, Westerly; Allen D. Jordan, Rockville; Joseph B. Darid, Narraganett: Franklin C. Smith, Westerly; vlncenzo Martino, Hamil ton; Robert W. Illingworth, Wyoming; Dennis L. Lynch, White Rock; John PaladiDO, Westerly; Edwin A. Whit tren. East Greenwich; Clifford. H. Wilbur. Peace Dale; Charles M. Mur ray, Westerly ; James , R. Wright, Shan nock; Clarence Barrington, Wakefield: Charles R. Johnson, East Greenwich:' John Cosehignare, West erly; Columbus J. Pascettl, Westerly; Moses C. Lowry, Westerly: Anthony Benedetti, East Greenwich; Edward A. ombeu, Narragansett Pier; Earl S. Pal mer Slocum; Louis Collins, Watch Hill; Palmer E. Smith, Jr. Hamilton; Geo. H. Sheldon. Jr., Wakefield; Ernest Di Biasio. Peace Dale. Thomas F. Streeter, Wakefield; Thomas W. Cruickahank, Westerly; Lloyd B. Langworthv. Ashaway: "Ed mund A. L. Pasetti, Westerly: Walter H. .B. Allen. Jr.,. Narragansett Pier; Oliver L. Perry, Narragansett Pier; Charts H. Barber, Wakefield; James II Rose, Wickford; Anthony O. Ar oangel. Westerly: John H. Lassell, Wakefie'd; Lloyd E. Woodmansee, Rockwell; Robert H. Rogers, Allen ton; John Turnbull. Ashaway: Ralph W. Northrup. Wickford: Patrick J. McGraw. Wakefield: Patrick L. Priare, Westerly: Carroll H. Greene,. Hope Valley; James Hamilton. Jr. Westerly: Clarence L. Geer, Bradford: Lerov V. Taylor. Peace Dale: Peleg - A. Rod man. .Westerly; Frank P. Marenzonl, Westerly: James Alesso. - Westerly; Robinson Hindle, Bradford: Guiseppe Vuono. Bradford; Harry W. Greene, Wickford. Alternates: Antonio Aliberti, Peace Dale; .Gilbert Tavlor Rodman. Lafa yette; Harold E. Underwood. Charles town; Henry I. Lasell, Davisville; Geo. J. Ferraro, Westerly. Herbert W. Nelson, Alton. Pasquale Algiero. Westerly. Clarence Henry Graves, Wakefield. Benjamin A. Fecteau, Hamilton. John Lynch, Allentown. ' ' Harold Ayleswortli, Saunderstown. Colby H. Crandall, - Westerly. Natale Manfrdi, Bradford. . , George orlin Pradel, Westerly. George E. Johnson, Davisville. Frank Northrup Macomber, Westerly. Frank Edmund' Wright, Wakefield. Robin E: Dawley, Woodville. Joseph Henry- Marshall, Saunders town. Constantlne L.' Brusa, Westerly. Joseph F. Dwyer, East Greenwich. . William H. Caldwell, Westerly. Leonardo Rudolph Parnigoni, West erly. . Bernard B. Quinn, Narragansett Pier. Peter G. Papadopoulos, East Green wich, j The case of J. C. Tucker company against Samuel. Tucker was heard be fore Judge Barrows in the superior court at Kingston ana held for con sideration.-- , The hearing was on ex ceptions to the Auditor's report. The case involved betterment and improve ment of what was formerly Green's inn at Narragansett Pier; also, failure to agree on rental price. . The rase had br-en referred to. Royal H. Glad ding as creditor, who - found . nothing due from defendant, and the plaintiff excepted to ; tne report. The State Division No. 1 board certi fied to the adjutant general Tuesday tne following young men tnat have been examined and regarded as finally selected for service in the national army. Michael Tsiamis, Watch Hill. Joseph A-. Eearle, Westerly. John A. Hogg, Westerly: Charles Maytum, Westerly. Harry Edward Sweet, Wakefield. Howard E. Holberlon, Alton. Frank - L. Hoxsie.West Greenwich. Samuel Congdon Phillips. Andover. Grover Cleveland King, Westerly. Alfred C. S. Price, PawtucketL Arthur T. Fenelon, Westerly. Charles E. Cornell, Shannock. James - Finnic, Kenyon, In the superior court , at .Kingston, Wednesday, Judge John T. Doran, prisoners indicted bv the grand jury were put to plea. ' Mark Sweet plead ed not guilty to breaking and enter ing the Cold Spring house, Wickford. Lawrence Deer charged with breaking and entering a home at Narragansett Pier. The charge was reduced to en tering and he pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to six months in Providence county jail. Arthur A. Lemard plead ed not guilty to larceny charge. Oli ver Johnson pleaded guilty to larceny and was sentenced to two months in jail. Philip Trafcanna, of New London. pleaded nolo- to the charge of break ing and entering,- the theft of an 'au tomobile, and breaking and entering and stealing and ' second automobile. sentence was deferred upon recom mendation of the assistant attorney general and bail fixed at $1,000 on eacn or the three complaints. Michael Freeman pleaded not guilty to the charge of murdering his broth, er-in-law, Robert A. Parkinson. - John J. Dunn of Westerly was appointed as his counsel. ' ' '.' Walter Congdon pleaded not guilty to the charge of arson. Walter P. Ar nold of Mystic, pleaded guilty to the charge of assault - with intent to rob. Sentence deferred. Rhodes Edwards pleaded not guilty to . violation of li quor law. Miss Alice Sargent, charged with manslaughter in causing the death of Cornelius Augustin Shea, by running him down with her automobile on the Watch Hill road, will be arraigned Monday. Charles Woodis entered a Plea of nolo to the charge of chicken theft and sentence was deferred. Frank Cinico pleaded not guilty to violent assault charge. A capias was ordered in each of the three larceny cases charged against Kodolfo Yanello. called out tinder the selective service law, and who reported at Ayer, Mass.. a few weeks ago. has been transferred to Framingham and Westfleld, to 1 be added to the Third Machine Gun bat talion at the former and. the depot brigade at the latter place. .At. the annual meeting of the Westerly-Textile company these officers were elected: Frederick E. Fowler, president; ' Charles H. Ritscber, vice president; 'Charles S. Fowler, secre tary; Welles R. Fowler, treasurer; Frederick B. Fowler, Charles H. Rit scher, Charles Perry, William Segar, Charles S. Fowler, Welles R. Fowler, directors. 1 Senator Louis W. Arnold is intense ly interested in the work x for "Our Hoys in France Tobacco Fund" bein? Minilnntl hv PwtiriHAtiM Tin na V. I total subscriptions up to Wednesday being 12,604,19. Senator Arnold voir untariiy iook up tne work in wester ly and personally solicited for small subscriptions and he has ' already raised $ 1 75. . ; -. PLAINFIELD fr George Bab-cock's Shooting Establishes New Record for Rifle C.lub Farewell Party for James Greenhalgh, One of Five Leaving Today. ' Letters remaining unclaimed at- the local postofflce the week ending Sept. 8 1917 are addressed to Mrs. Anna Couter, Vincent Gentile Ada Lariotta, Octave Massee, Joseph Mctroy. Joseph M-essier, August Messier, Cormick Mc- Kenna. William O'Brien, Pierre Pelen gurst. William 11. Thornton, Julian Vandeput. Raymond Holloway has returned to Newport, after spending a short fur lough here with his father, Harry Holioway. He is a member of the naval reserves. George Babccck Does Good Shooting. The Plainfleld Rifle . club held its weekly shoot Tuesday evening, a large number participating. George Bab cock did the best shooting of the evening- scoring five bullseyes' for a to tal of 125 points out of a possible 125. His result for the evening was 24$ points out of a possible 250 It is the best card made at the range since the j CIUD was uiseiiukvu. uitwrGiii; xuauHO was second with a- score of 227. Hen ry Ensling third with 224. . Attended Fair. . Many . local people attended the Windham county fair Wednesday and as a result attendance at all the town scheols was quite .low. Basketball practice was held Wed nesday on the High school grounds. Many of the students participated and it is expected that an Al team will be turned out. . FIVE LEAVE TODAY Including James Greenhalgh, Who - Helped Win Bulletin Cup. Today (Thursday) five more -. af Plalnfield's young men will leave-- for Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass. : - Edward Casault, Napoleon Peltier, Clifford Al lard, James Greenhalgh and Chris topher Krausa. James Greenhalgh was the sensational halfback on Plain field's - winning football team, which won the championship for The Bulle tin cup, two years in succession. Mr. Krauss is well known for the part' ho played , in the Pinafore last May. Many people bade the boys good-bye Wednesday evening and wished a safe return. , Red Cross Meets. The local chapter of the American Red Cross Society met Wednesday afternoon at the club rooms in . the Lily theatre building. They are at present making army necessities. The ' rooms are open every Wednesday afternoon. - i At Jewett City Demonstration. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Prevost at tended the public send-off in honor of TA,A. T.r V,.., ,1,A I - ,3 (Thursday) for Camp Devens.. Patrick Downing, Arthur Dayon and Leo Turcotte were Norwich visitors Wednesday, making the trip by auto. " Farewell Party for James Greenhalgh. James Greenhalgh, one of the young men of this town to leave for Camp Devens this week, was the guest of honor at a party given at his home Saturday evening. A family . affair, only near relatives being present. Dur ing the evening a supper was served by Mrs. Greenhalgh. Later in the evening Mr. Greenhalgh was presented a wrist watch and silver cigarette case. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Green halgh and family of Goodyear. Mr. and Mrs. Frod Ince, Thomas, Frank and William Greenhalgh. Mr. and Mrs.. William Mathers and family. James Mathers and family, Mary Greenhalgh of Taftville, Mr. and Mrs. P. U. Delaney, Frank and Ed Nygren, of Plainfleld. v iasiion Days .-. . .. i '-, ' Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Women's and Misses' Apparel ' During these three days we hold our formal Autumn ;: display of the newest creations in Millinery, and in - ' Apparel for Women and Misse. A cordial invitation is extended to you to visit The ; . Boston Store during these three days. We know . you will 'enjoy; the display of beautiful Hats and Gar ments, .which will make this Autumn Opening one to be remembered. JEWETT CITY Gifts for Four Enlisted Men Over 3,000 Assemble to Honor Men Leav ing for Camp Devens 'Parade, Com plimentary Dinner, Speeches and Enthusiasm. Local Laconics. Many from Westerly witnessed the big parade in Providence, Wednesday, In honor of the drafted men of Rhode Island who subsequently reported at the cantonment in Ayer, Mass. - The Rhode1 Island contingent first Wednesday evening four enlisted men were presented wrist watches. Vistor St. John, Samuel " Schnitman, Aleaos- ij"errj- and Peter Romanoff. Al so a box of fine cigars to be given to the . other boys on the train today (Thursday). Those who contributed to the gift were: William-Johnston, Sol. Paquette, J. H. McCarthy, Louis Masse, M. Geary, D. H. Finn, Richmond Walsh, v. x. urumD, ld. Jodoin. J. A. Hour igan, T. Mc'Broome, H. H. Burnham, Jaura Jodom. Kit Lague. Jr., A. Zee ger, H. G. Willis, G. H. Prior, R. Johnson., E. A. Faust. Rev. Mr. Al dridge. Rev. J. H. Seiferman, Martin Wolfe. S. Wechsler, Rev. J. J. McCabe, Kobert Olsen, Charles Maynard. A. R. Toung, Joseph Driscoll, Ed Ashie. C. R. Carey, Ina Griffin.. Daniel - Finn. Jr.. Frank Fields, J. H. Shea. Jacob wescmer. August Vital Statistics. The vital statistics for August show two marriages, John McElligott and Edith L. Eccleston and Earle Mont gomery and Agnes M. Olson: six deaths, John Payne, diarrhoea and en teritis: Frank E. Babcock, catarrhal enteritis; Stanislof Szruba, diarrhoea enteritis; 'Llda Fo"urnier. enteritis; Alice B. Partridge, pulmonary tuber culosis: Jenka Shlba, gastro enteritis: 7 births Stanislaw Cawhutze. son of Zopia Stokolos and Felix Cowhutke; Prataoskofg, daughter of Waladia Meska and Baloslof Prataoskofy: jo sepha Miodusewski, daughter to Julia Kargo and . Antony Miodusewski: Asunda Demico, daughter of Marie Mar and Carmen Demico: Frances Josephine Talmon, daughter of Evon Gaudreau and Steven Talmon: Charles Joseph Chietien, son of Delia Robichon and Joseph Chretien: Cleo Lillian Pa quette. daughter of Aldea Parizeau and Albert Jos. Paequette. ENTHUSIASTIC DEMONSTRATION Over 3,000 Turn Out to Do Honor to Men of Uncle Sam's New Army, The inhabitants of the town . gave the selective draft men a rousing send-off Wednesday night. -At 7 o' clock an automobile parade of fifty cars traversed the streets of the town, all the guests riding. The procession was led by four young men, Everett H. Hiscox, Jr.," an enlisted naval reserve, James Q. Dolan. Tyler Gilbert and John Bar nett, carrying a large American flag. Fred Smith. -Jr., followed, carrying a large white eagie Hag. The . band played their best,, and lent a martial aspect . to the parade. L. M. Carpenter ' was in - charge of the parade. At David Hale Fanning Park, where 3,000 assembled, patriotic addresses were . given by Rev.' J. B. AKlnich, pastor of ' he Methodist church, Rev. J. J. McCabe, rector of St. Mary's church, and Rev. O. C. Sar gent of Concord, N. H.. who, is sup plying the . Baptist pulpit. . Rev. Al bert Donnell was out .of- town. ... :J.frs. G. H. Prior, costumed as Co lumbia, sanpf 'i ho Siar Spangled- Ban ner.' The 'band played and everyone sang America. Then the procession moved to the jewett City hotel., where a' roast beef supper was served to 65 guests. . The party - included . the drafted men, old soldiers, clergy, enlisted naval re-' serves, press representatives, town and borough officials. - The hotel was ela borately decorated. Grace was sa'd by Rev. J. E. Newton of Rookland, Me. The - waitresses were - Mrs. Ed ward Wyatt, Misses Jennie Blake, Jennie Coyle, Margery Leyden, Mabel Wilcox. Margaret Milady, Lena White cross, Ethel Thompson,-Ida Jodoin and Gladys Jeffers.. .The send-off was arranged by the tewn committee of National State De f ense.. J.- H. Shea- H.- C. Webster and W. C. Terry. The executive commit tee of the Red Cross chapter, Mrs. A M. Brown, chairman, made the ar rangements for the supper. It was a source of great regret - tha; the en listed men from this town could nof have been here . to particioate in. the event, but they were not forgotten in thought. '" Manv suggested ' ibat , the surplus funds .be used by the - Red Cross to send gifts to the men who nave already gone.. . Eloquent remarks were made at the banquet by Hon. John Potter, of Griswold, ! representing the town fa thers. . Men . Leaving Today. The selected men leaving todav are Percival Henry, - -Samuel Sebmitman, Martin Kutpay, Victor St. John. Me dor Perry. John , Blake, Jr.. H. George YY ileox. William Menard. Daniel sul livan, Wilfred Ratty, Clarence Jeffers, Arthur Cloutier, Henry Fontaine.-Pe ter Romanoriski. William Kendall, Frederick Burdlck. . Train to Pass' Through -at 2.38. . It is reported that the local drafted men who' reoort at New London to day at 9 o'clock- will pass through Jewett "City -on the 2.38 train 'north. BALTIC. About the Borough. , 'The service usually held at the Bap tist church on Wednesday evening was discontinued this week. Mrs. H. E. Paul was one of the so licitors for the fund for the soldiers' banquet. - Low water pressure Thursday, S-12 a. m., 2-4 p. m. adv. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips are en- Joying a two weeks' trip . through Maine and In Northfleld. The Jewish 'stores, closed during the holidays, opened for business on Tuesday morning. Miss fulizabeth Clarke gave a most entertaining, account of the work this summer at the settlement house in Rivington street. New. York, where she wa one of the workers, speaking tr. the Baptist Mission Circle on Tuesday. Waterbury The death May 14 of Mary Kelly, 7, the little schoolgirl who was killed by the police patrol as she was crossing 'East Main street, near Mill street, has resulted in a suit filed on belialf of John B. Kelly, who was authorized by the probate court to set in the capacity of administrator. fruit is Drought against George Al. Beach, superintendent of polics, Sergt. Joseph H. McLean, Doorman Joseph A. Fetrosky and the city of Water- bury. . Death of Mrs. Dominique Lemoino Local Selected Men Leaving This Morning Town . Furnished Fourteen- Volunteers Personal Notes. Mrs. Dominique Lemoine, 51, died at her home on Hanover' road, Mon day evening, after a long illness.' Death was due to a complication of diseases. She was born in .Canada, July 18, 1858. She was united in marriage with Dominque Lemoine on July 13. 1884, in St. Mary's church. Baltic, 'by Rev. J. Van den Noort and had" lived in Baltic for the past 31 years. .Being of pleasing personalty she made many friends. She was a devoted wife, loving mother . and a kind neighbor. She was a member of St. Anne s Society and a devout mem ber' of St. Mary's church. She leaY'es her husband, one broth er, Peter . Bishop of Danielson, three sons, Dominic of Dayville, Joseph and Albert, of. Baltic, six daughters, Mrs. Peter Lebel of Chicopee, Mass., Mrs. Clovis Charboneau of Norwich, Mrs. Theodore Caase of Occum, Misses Ag nes. .Antonia and Amelia . Lemoine of Baltic. Imalda of Baltic, and Arthur Roy of Willimantiq, recently motored . to Worcester and Bosfon. The trip was made in Harry Gaucher's machine. MOOSUP LOCAL BOYS LEAVE "IN RESPONSE TO CALL Will Start at 7 -O'clopk This Morning No Formal Farewell Ceremonies, But Town Is Proud of Its Represen- ' tatives. : Baltic boys selected in the draft for Division Xo. 11 CShoestring district) leave Baltic this (Thursday) morning at 7. o'clock for Xew London, where they will report at the office of the board. The following young men haTe been chosen from the certified list to. make up the second contingent for . the na tional army' at Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass.r James H. Huesey, Joseph Le moine.- Ernest Collins, . Arthur . Tes- sler, James Higgenbottom, Alex Ro cheleau, Cecil R. Balkcom, Samuel R Taylor, Joseph Hauschild.. A ..large crowd of - friends and. relatives - will assemble at the car station, to see the boys off. . . The town was unusually quiet the right - preceding ' their . : departure. There was no , f arefll reception or furnished her sons to the cause. Fourteen Volunteered, When the call for volunteers reach ed .Baltic, fourteen young men men left good jobs and went to . Norwich and -enlisted in different . military companies. Other citizens of Spra- gue who i were employed in different citiee tin New -England enlisted in different branches of the service. Sprague -: has' not- been backward in furnishing volunteers. Baltic people expected that the selected men would have been given a fitting send-off. but there was an ' absence of - cere mony. . . . Personal Mention. Delay Bourque of -Ansonla is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bourque. Miss Irene Roy recently spent a few days in Boston. . Mrs. Elizabeth Webster and grand children have returned, after spend ing a lew weens at Crescent Beach. Oliver Portelance, - Charles Charon and 'George Morin motored to Rock ville, Wednesday, in Mr.'. Charon's car to attend the fair. Thomas J. Burke is attending the Rockville fair. ,v Miss Antonia Rabotaille has re turned, after spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Odilla Arpin' of Hart- rora. . . Robert Walker has returned from a visit with friends in Providence and New Bedford. I Alpnzo Gaucher and bis sister, Corn Roast Enjoyed John B. Pepo Dies, at Helyoke Money Boxes For War Emergency Fund Opened at Missionary Meeting, A corn roast was held on the. Meth odist Church grounds, at the rear of the parsonage, Tuesday evening. Many attended the gathering and all enjoy ed roasting corn, bacon and i frank furts. .... Arranging For Dance. The Jolly Four are making arrange ments for a dance to be held in Central Village Town hall. , The Webster lieal Singing orchestra is expected to furnish music. Class Reunion. The class of 1914 of Plainfleld High School is to hold a reunion next Sat urday evening at the home of Mist Gladys -Daggett on Prospect street. Death of John B. Peno. Friends and relatives , In Moosup learned with sorrow of the death of John B. P.o, of Holyoke, Mass., Mon day. , Mr. M. Herbert of Arctic. R. I was guest of Joseph Barnier this week. Miss Maxine Card, who has - been spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Shepardson on Prospect street re turned Wednesday to her home in New York. A large number of local ipople at tended the Brdoklyn fair dnesday. Opened Money Boxes, The meeting of the Woman's Mis sionary society of - the . Me.thodisi church was held at the home iof Mrs H. E. Main Tuesday afternoon. An interesting programme was given. Tli money boxes for the War Emergency Fund were opened at the meeting. Cromwell Fifty-one men have been notified by the exemption board, for Division 21, which includes Middle town, Cromwell and Middlefleld. These men are to leave Middlefleld thia (Thursday) afternoon, shprtly before 1 o'clock, on a special train for the cantonment camp at Ayer, Mass. ACIDS IN STOMACH CAUSE INDIGESTIOH Create Gas, Sourness and Pain How To Treat Medical authorities state that neerlv nine-tenths of the cases of stomach trouble, indigestion, sourness, burning gas, bloating, nausea, etc., ar- due to an excess of hydrochloric acid In the stomach and not as some believe to a lack of digestive juices. The delicate stomach lining Is irritated, digestion is delayed and food sours, causing tha disagreeable symptoms which every stomach sufferer knows so well. - Artificial dlgestents are not needed in such cases and may do real harm Try laying aside all digestive aids arid Instead get from any druggist a few ounces (if Bisurated .Magnesia, nnil take a teaspoonful in a' quarteT glaii o-f water .right after eating. This sweetens the stomach, prevents the formation ef excesseacid and ,there is no sourness, gas or pain. BIsurated Magnesia (in powder or tablet form never qu!d or milk) is harmless to the stomach inexpensive to take and 1r the mf'Sl efficient form of magnesia for stomach purposes. Tt Is uised bv thousands of people who enjov their meals with" no mors fear of indigestion.