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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915.
PRIMITIVE BAPTISTS II CONVENTION HERE Ketockton Association of trict, Maryland, and f ginia Meets. Dis-Vlr- A religious denomination that flour ished in the early history of this coun try, and which preserves many of the curious customs of Colonial days, the Primitive Baptists, gathered In Wash ington today for an annual convontton. The body is known as the Ketockton Association of Primitive Baptists, and It Includes only the District, Maryland, and Virginia, bUt prominent members of this church from other States, as far west as Illinois and as far south as Georgia, will attend. No instrumental music is permitted in any Primitive Baptist church. Many of the rural churches still preserve the Sutdoor baptism In running water, and very effort Is made to carry out liter ally the forms of religious observance used in Christ's time. Prominent In the annals of the church, before the war, was the grandfather of former Secre tary of State Bryan. Colonel Bryan, however, la not a member of the de nomination. The association that is meeting at Pythian Temple Is the second oldest Baptist organisation in the world. It has but one church in this city, the Washington Primitive Baptist Church, of which Dr. Charles H. Walters is pastor. P. S. Dolton, of Baltimore. Is moder ator. New officers will be elected early In the convention. BALTIMORE SUFFERS Inspector Considers Shipment Embargo as Remedy All Warehouses Are Packed. BALTIMORE. Aug. 13. The flood of shipments of Maryland tobacco to the State tobacco warehouses in Baltimore has been so great that Inspector Wilkin son has seriously considered the placing of an embargo on shipments for the present. After talking over the situation with a number of men Interested, he de cided to hold off any orders looking to an embargo for the present and do-the best he can with the tobacco as It comes in. The weather all summer has been Ideal for the packing of tobacco. In that there has been so much rain and the moisture In the atmosphere has been abundant. Tobacco cannot be handled in dry -weather, as it will crumble to pieces, and the only time the growers can handle it and pack It tn hogsheads after It has been cured Is when the weather is "soft." as they call It. There has been so much "soft" weather re cently that nearly all the tobacco In the State has been packed and the growers have been piling It Into the warehouses here at a rate that has not been equaled for years. Lack Shipping Facilities. The result has been that the' ware houses, both those of the State and of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, have had all their available spnee taken up. There Is tome space left in the Balti more and Ohio warehouse, but that space, it Is said, Is .being reserved for the Ohio toDacco which that road handles and for which it has been accus """ed to provide warehouse facilities. The congestion of tobacco In the ware nouses is said to be due to the lack of shipping facilities to the other side of the ocean. Practically all the tobacco Jrown In Maryland nnd much of that grown In Ohio Is purchased by the French government. The buyers, it is said, have bought liberally, but have been unable to take the tobacco away because of the difficulty of getting ships to take it abroad. To meet the warehouse situation the practice of "skidding" will be resorted to-that Is, the hogsheaoTi of tobacco will be "skidded ' up one on top of the other. This has rarely been found nec essary, and it Is being practiced to somo extent now. It Is objectionable in that It Involves a. great deal of extra work. Is some times dangerous because men who work among the "skidded" tobacco are liable to get crushed If anything ahou'd slip. and it puu the man whose tobacco Is on the bottom of the pile at a disad vantage in getting his tobacco out of the warehouee when sold. State Obliged To Warehouse. Not since the time of Governor Biown have the warehouses been as full 'of to bacco as thev are now, and more is coming in every day. In Governor Brown's time it was not only riecesaary to "skid" the tobacco, but much of it was piled up outside and covered with tarpaulins, and additional warehouse apace was rented. The State Is obliged to warehouse, all the tobacco that Is offered, if possible, and If It becomes necessary Inspector Wilkinson will Brobably do as was done in Governor rown's time. At the same time It is fcelleved that If the farmers would hold tp on their shipments for a while the situation would adjust Itself. Board. Named to Probe Collision on Potomac Members of tho board to Investigate the collision on the Potomac between the destroyer Barney and the yacht Eleanor C, of this city. Ijave been named. The members named are Commander Arthur L. Wlllard. of the Washington Navy Yard. Hnd Lleuts. H. C. Gearing, jr., and Carl T. Oeborn, of the yacht Mayflower. They were selected by Captain Eberle. commandant of the navy yard Rheumatic Fever Surrenders To Anti-Kamnia Tablets In the treatment of Rheumotlo Fever many physicians employ purgatives, but Dr. M. P. Creed thinks that a mild laxative is better. When the pa tient is bilious he gives calomel in mall doses, one-flfth of a grain every hour until a grain has been taken. Then attertour hours ha gives the patient a halt ounce of citrate of magnesia, with syrup of lemon to disguise the taste, or he keeps the bowels open with the mild laxative "Actoids." The diet should be light, and all animal food should be ex cluded as far as possible from the die tary. For the pain and fever he has found nothing equal to Antl-karanla Tablets, giving two tablets every J or S hours as required. These tablets may be obtained from all diugglsts in any quantity desired. Ask for A-K Tablets. Unexcelled for Headaches, Neuralgia ftad all Pain. AdvU TOBACCO CONGESTION Quit Camp to Make Money? Nothing Doing m Rookies at Plattsburg Camp Thus Answer Appeals From HomeEven Mitchel Is Ready to Aban don "Mayoring" to Learn Lesson of Na tional Preparedness. PLATTSBUnO. N. YT Aug. .-Un-less the poison Ivy habit hits, the busi ness and professional men's instruction camp here within the next day or two, It will be peopled with embryo military strategists with a singleness of thought that Is resulting In marvelous progress. If the board of estimate of New York Insists here this afternoon, that Mayor John Purroy Mitchel quit soldiering and como back to Manhattan for the board meeting next Thursday, then Private J. P. Mitchel, according to some of his frlei-ds In camp, probably will snd back word that "this is the life" and will stay here as long as possible. Private Mitchel is but one of long rows of tent dwellers who have entered into the thstructlon work and camp ltfe with an enthusiasm which la a Joy to the regular army men who are acting as military prexles to the 1,200 men now In camp. Letters and telegrams may come to bankers, mayors, lawyers, and other men of affairs, now simply private soldiers, pleading with them to come home if only for a day to attend to big business. A few messages from New York, Philadelphia. Pittabursh and other cities have been receled. Noth ing doing. Either from a growing fear on the Sart of the Government of the United tates of North America that Private Barney Sandler or Private Beef Wheel er would let drop military secrets of tremendous alue to the fighting na tions of Europe, or for fear of nothing in particular, regular army sentries have begun to obey an order that every body. Including working war corre spendetits with army pastel, must stay off not only the company streets but the battalion streets as well. Banker a Patriot. One soldier of enthusiasm who was met up with before the gates officially were lowered was President Charles Elliott Warren, of the Lincoln National Bank, Manhattan. Private Warren he had begun the dav, but shortly before he was found in his tent he had been elevated to the supreme Honor of acting sergeant. "We have about 100 men employed in our bank." said Sergeant Warren, "and if my advice carries any weight the bank from this time, on will permit all of them to join camps of this sort with out losing any of their vacation -time or any pay. "After my few days here I am firmly convinced that our employee who never receive any military instruction with the National Guard should gd to camps like these." In the same fashion that Robert Bacon, ex-ambassador to France; George Wharton Pepper, of Philadel phia, and others the day before had spoken of their presence In the instruc tion camp as a sort of "protest" against our unpreparedness, so did President Warren, of the Lincoln Bank, speak. Mr. Warren also expressed his hearty approval of the address on "Unpre paredness" made by Gen. Leonard Wood In the camp. Unpreparedness was dwelt upon In an impressive way during the after noon, when a lieutenant of the regulars, name deleted, gave a short talk to a group of "soldiers" squatting around on the grass. Need of Field Guns. "There are only nine more field guna In the whole United States service to day," said the lieutenant, "than were in the combined camps under Long street and'Hlll at Gettysburg more than half a century ago. Why, In the whole regular service east of tho Mississippi there are today only threo field gun batteries, or twelve guns in all." Steadily, day In and day out. the army teachers try to pound In, over and over, their charges, the idea of unprepared ness. Bill Cochran, Jr.; Tennis Champ Billy Clothier, Oswald and Sam Chew, Her man Krumbhaar and Alexander Brown, all of Philadelphia, got into the caval ry which was organized under the com mand of Capt. Lincoln C. Andrews, U. 8. A. Among the other Phlladelphians who were advanced above the hum drum Infantry existence were Provost McMlchael, who horned his way into the signal corps, and Dan Hutchinson, An Easy Way to Get Rid of Ugly Pimples Bathe your face for several minutes with reslnol soap and hot water, then apply a little reslnol ointment very gently. Let this stay on ten minute, and wash off with reslnol soapandmore hot water, finishing with a dash of cold water to close the pores. Do this once or twice a day, and you will be astonished to find how quickly the healing reslnol medication soothes and cleanses the pores, re moves pimples and blackheads, and leaves the complexion clear and velvety. Reslnol ointment and reslnol soap stop Itching Instantly and speedily, heal skin humors, sores, burns, wounds and chaf ing. Sold by all druggists. Sample free, Dept. 24-R, Reslnol, Baltimore! Md. Advt. ATLANTIC CITY AND RETURN BALTIMORE & OHIO SUNDAY AUGUST 15 Ticket stood only on special train lenvlns; Washington 7il5 a. m. Returning Special Train will lcne Atlantic City 4:00 p. m. CHILDREN HALF FARE Similar recursion Autfutt SO. Tlt'krtM sale Snturdny pre fillnsr excursion nt Ticket Offl. rrn. Ilith nml New York live.. U10 Pa. sve, nnd Union Station. r$3 whose mighty mathematical knowledge resulted tn his being assigned to the field artillery, where in these tlaya of indirect firing the three R's, especially Rlthmetlc, mean much. With no chance of political, financial or social prominence counting for a continental cuss in the appointment being made, it Is worth while noting that the New York policemen In camp are coming Into their own with a rush. Private John Purroy Mitchel from this time on. In fact, will have to sa lute a lot of New York coppers. Promotions Announced.- The highest positions possible in Company K were given to two New York policemen. Lieut. Charles E. Scofield, head of the New York police training school, was made second lieu tenant, and Lieut. Charles H. McKln ney was made first sergeant. Harold Roscngarten, of Philadelphia, was pronounced the best man in the machine gun squad by Sergeant Bco gan, of tho Thirtieth Infantry, regu lars. Collector Dudley Field Malone, of the Port of New York, was made acting corporal of a squad tn Company G. Mr. Malone has selected map sketching as one of hi courses of special study. Wlllard D. Straight was promoted to be a sergeant in Company E. Patrick Graham, chief of the fifth battalion of the New York fire depart ment, and the .only fireman In the camp, became a squad leader. Dr. Alfred Reginald Allen, of the University of Pennsylvania, Who la a tent mate of Mayor Mitchel. was as signed to the medical corps. Dr. Al len believes that the States which give financial support to universities should not extend that aid to those Institu tions which fall to organize cadet corps. New Remington Rifle Plant Ready for Work PHILADELPHIA. Aug. U.-Actual work on Installing machinery for mak ing 3.000.000 rifles for tho all'i-s begins today at the new Eddystone plant of the Remington Arms Company. Although tha company had planned to start operations about September 1 Its huge war contract and the urgent pleas of the allied powers for arms necessitated quick action. Two sections of the new plant are ready nearly three weeks ahead of schedule. In less than ten days hundreds of lathes will be in motion. Tho vast plant at Eddystone at the close of the war will revert to the Bald win works, to be used for the manufac ture of motor trucks, car wheels, loco motives and other products needed for tne renabiutatlon or Europe. Many Victories Scored By Organized Labor The American Federation of Labor an nounces that the past month was one of the most successful organized labor has seen In several years. Fourteen large plants gave workers the eight-hour day without decrease In wages and in one instance witn an in crease of 25 per cent. Two compro mises also were effected. These successes were throughout the New England and Central State. V LEADERS J&2Z&P. Vf . S. S. Hoover, No. 122 FREE DELIVERY. Porterhouse Steak 30c Sirloin Steak 26o Hamburg Steak 10c Rib Roast 20c Chuck Roast 16o Top Rib Roast ISo Shoulder Clod lto Stew Beef, 10c, 12c, and...lo Leg Lamb 25c Rib Lamb Chops 30c Shouldor Lamb 16c Veal Chops 25c Roast Veal. 16c and ISo T. T. Kerne & Co., No. 49 Wo solicit the patronage of ho tels, cafes, and dealers ou the basi9 of quality and price. Watson & Holluter, No. 660 Our grocory specials will meet your satisfaction. We especially recommend our line of Cottees and Teas, that make up smooth and with the full flavor. Jos. Phillips, No. 516 Original Pork Sausage, 25o lb. fure Open Kettle Rendered Lard. 16c lb. Phillips' Original Scrapple. lOo IV. Seasonable Country Hams, tto IS. Seasonable Country Bacon. SUo lb. Walter R. Sacks, No. 323 Tou will get the best servlco and quality At our stand. Crescent Butter, S6o lb. Eggs. 25c dqsen. Sharp American Cheese, 26c lb. Chas. Brunger, No. 208 Some Fowls, 20c lb. Fresh Eggs, 25c dos. Broilers. Bakers, Fryers. Tur keys, etc. Oyster Bros., No. 340 Blue Ribbon Creamery, 35c lb. Fresh Eggs, 25o dos. Coon Cheese, 30o lb. Fresh Certified White Leghorn Eggs, 23o dos. W. M. Riley, No. 582 We have the finest cuts of veal, beef and lamb at prices lower than anywhsre eUe in the market. Remember That POWDER ORDER FOR 70.000.000 PLACED 'UVUj Du Pont Gets Largest Contract in Its HistoryMost Is In tended for Russians. WILMINGTON. Aug. 1.-The u pont Powder Company has received an order, the largest In the history of the company, for between 65,000,000 and 70. 060,000 pounds of powder for the allies. The value of the order Is estimated at close to $70,000,000. While the order comes from the allies through the usual channels, it is under stood that the rreater portion of the powder is ultimately Intended for use by Russia. Italian representatives also have been here. The work of staking out the build ings on the fourth addition to the Du pont plant at Carneya Point has begun. The addition will be situated near the Fenton beach end of the big powder reservation, and will be larger than any of the other three plants now in operation. At the time the war started the com pany only had one plant, the others having been added in quick time as orders increased. The capacity of the Carneya Point factories when the fourth addition Is completed will be about 1,000,000 pounds of powder a day. Just about twice tho capacity at the present time. Each plant contains the powder mills KnA hnita fnr th workmen employed in that particular section, and the num- ner or DUllqinge ar erecieu ' 180 In each plant. Thrilling Tales in New "All Story Weekly" Prom that hard-bitten race of men who peopled the American colonies In the days prior fo the overthrow of the power of George III. John Buchan has drawn the principal character for his five-part romance, "Andrew Garvald Tidewater Trader," which heads tne fiction of the "All Story Weekly" Is sued today. The hero, a young Scot, who comes to "his majesty's colony of Virginia" In 1680. Is an Interesting figure. For Instance, he Is 'one of the first men of his time to discard the sword and pin his fighting faith to the pistol, and his adventures In those stirring times are well worth reading. "In the Shadow of the Guillotine," by Rafael Sabatinl, will also appear in this sue, and it is a tale of the Paris of 1793, when the blood-stirring "Mar seillaise" and the hideous "Ca Ira!" struck fear to aristocratic hearts. And then there is another corking good story by E. K. Means, the man who put "Tlckfall" on the map. not to overlook "The Concealed Kar," by Frank R. Adams: "Bricks That's All." by Mary Lerner. and "All Kinds of Shoo Laces," by Samuel J. Lewis. Rea Getting Better; In Philadelphia Hospital PHILADELPHIA. Aug. U. Physicians at the Polyclinic Hospital, where Sam uel Rea, president of the Pennsylvania railroad, has been under treatment since August 7, say their' patient was slightly improved. Just what Is the nature of Mr. Rea's illness the physicians would not dlclose. They said nowever,, that his condition, while serious, was no cause for alarm at th's time. NEW CENTER MARKET CAFE NOW OPEN. (Take Elevator, South End of Seventh Street Wins;.) Under new management the Center Market Cafe is now open. Is one of the most mod ern and up-to-date cafes in Washington. Both the Main Cafe and the Ladies' Cafe walls completely tiled, with ceramic tiled floors and equipped with expensive fixtures throughout. Food of finest quality, quick service, and low prices. Open from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. Club Breakfasts and Special Dinners. VISIT CENTER MARKET SODA FOUNTAIN, Center of B St. Wing, Below Ladies' Rett Room Where You Can Get the Beat Soda Water, Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Candies, Etc. E. Leo Cooke, No. 43 Prices on all vegetables -and fruits have tumbled. Sugar Corn, Cali fornia Melons, Georgia Peaches, and all home-grown vegetables are lower now than at any time this season. And we have a big supply at bottom prices. Thomas R. Dewdney, No. 565 We do a close-profit "buslnessT Close-profit brings us a big vol ume of trade. That's why we can afford to sell tho finest meats and carry the biggest variety in stock. Visit us and ask for prices. New York Beef Co., No. 578 As our name implies, we special ize on beef, but we also have other meats. Wa make It a special point however, to have the finest quality beef roasts and steaks. Edgar Browning, No. 72 For Saturday w? win sell the finest Sugar Corned Beef for 22ft cents a pound and Old Reliable Hams for 20 cents a pound. Finest of Seasoned Hamburg Steak, 25c a pound. Edwin R. Hunt, No. 566 Saturday will be my new cus tomer day. Old customers will gt the same careful attention, but very new customer who comes to my stand can depend on getting an unusually fine cut at an attrac tive price. Geo. C. Langley & Brother, No. 345 The egg market is high for quality selects the butter market is also high with prospects of be ing higher tomorrow. Certain that only the best will please our cus tomers we have bought only the finest In th market, imported Swiss cheese Is scarcer than ever due to the European conflict. There's a Tatty Joy in Store For You in "Sunshine" Meat Products. If you have never tasted "SUNSHINE" Meat Products) you have missed the Juclest of table delect ablrs. Stop In and sample them. Fresh baked SUNSHINE: Ham, 60c SUNSHINE Corned Beef, BOe Fresh Hoast Veal, 60c. Frederick Brlsrss, No, 83 Roaslyn Packlnc Company, No. A30 Charles Pflugger, No. 674. (Signed) FREDERICK BRIGGS. Center Market Is Open Every Saturday PAPAL LEGATION IS SILENT N PEACE Has No News of Reported Call for Cardinals to Meet to Formulate Plans. European dispatches to the effect that Cardinals Gibbons and O'Connell. of Baltimore and Boston, respectively, have called a conference of neutral cardinals and bishops to be held in Switzerland to discuss peace plans are without confirmation in Washington, although the reports were received with interest In diplomatic quarters. At the papal legation It was stated that no intimation of the reported peace conference had been received. Arch bishop Bonzano, the delegate, who is on his way home from Seattle, may know something of the plans, but Monslgnor Cosslo, now In charge of the legation, had no Information on the subject, he said today. While President Wilson is deeply in terested in legitimate pe&oe propa gandas, it was stated at the White House4 that he had no knowledge of the reported meeting of cardinals and bishops in Switzerland, and that he had no appointments with .any Catholic prelates. I. T. U. Selects Baltimore For Convention in 1916 LOS ANGELES. Cal., Aug. lS.-Baltl- more .was formally selected as the I91K convention rlty of the International Typographical Union. There was no contest. Two Important propositions were dis cussed during the day, both meeting with unsuccessful opposition from tha antl-admlnlstratlon delegates. The first, imposing the rule of priority in employ ing and discharging men, was ordered submitted to a referendum. The other, providing for a rtx-dav week, was adopted after a lengthy debate by a vote of J50 to 70. Both propositions were put forward by the administration. SUMMER LASSITUDE The weakening effect of warm weather can be overcome, so you'll eat well, sleep well, and not suffer from dysentery, ma laria chills, fever, or any of the numerous summer ills. Take a little Daffy's Par Malt Whiskey in water at mealtime or before retiring. It is the medicine you need to build up the system, re store vitality and make the body healthy enough and strong enough to ward off the attacks of disease germs. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey gives the ambition of youth to the aged, and to the young ail that vim, vigor- and vitality to which youth is en- titiea. "Get Duffy's md Keep Well." At most drug gists, grocers and dealers, SI. If they can't supply you write us. Medical booklet free. Tha Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.. Rochester. McCurdy, No. 662 IVINH Tae ft Beat of caka aad crackers are here, and the standard of excellence Is not the name, but the product which has made this name fa mous IVINS. S. A. Gatti & Bro., No. 554 We have a full supply of the gen uine Imported macaroni in bulk. Tnls Is strictly first-class, very fancy macaroni. Wo mention it be cause the supply In America Is small, due to the European war. Jos. S. Beall, No. 180 Successor to Beall & Byrne, the famous butter, egg, and cheese dealers, for the past decade. Mr. Beall has been In charge of the business regu larly, and announces In this change that the time-tried fiolley of the very best qual ty at the lowest price will be religiously matntalnej. Best Butter. 85c lb. Freshest eggs. Loeffler Sausage & Provision Co., No. 674 Fancy quality at all times, and specialties for particular trade. A. T. Schroth & Sons, No. 475- We solicit the trade of hotsls. cafes, lunchrooms, and stores at attractive prices. E. Gundersheimer's Sons, 146 and 160 Try theste dainty summer de lights! They are treats you'll enjoy. Chocolate Marshmallow Roll and Plentispread Peach Cake. Frank'ford Arsenal Fire Is Extinguished by Squad i ' m PHILADELPHIA, Aug-. 13. A firo discovered early today In the stock warehouse of the Fr.inkford arsenal was extinguished quickly by a firo squad. The damage amounted to 1100. Officials declared the blazo was due to spontaneous combustion of celluloid. Important to Health During Hot Weather Summer Conditions Con- tribute fn Various Ways to Constipation At no time should people be more careful of the condition of their bowels than during the hot weather. Constipation should be guarded against especially as many serious, and often fatal, diseases are trace able to neglect. Some people find that certain fruits have a larxative effect, but this cannot always be depended upon; a mild laxative-tonic that will act !;ently, yet positively, without grip ng or shock to the system is far (referable. A combination of simple native herbs with pepsin, sold in drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is highly recommended as being easy and nat ural in its action, pleasant to the taste and certain in its, effect. A dose of this excellent remedy art bed time will restore normal activity in the morning, carrying off the heavi- (xanaatiMS free. Easy Payments Arranged if Desired My Patent Suction Teeth $5 WilNitSGf f Drii sbbbbbbbVsbbbbS? SSSSSSSSstljHri sbssssssssssssssHssbssElA tsBBBBBBBBBBBBiEk J TkD 1X7"V WIT painless JLPIt W llllJIfla DENTIST 427-429 7th St. N. W. "?,:; To Jo" lp' "- Opp. Lansharirh A lire Over Grand t'nlon Ten Co., Lnrgrst and Misl Thoroughly Equipped Parlors In Washington. Emmert Bros., No. 256 A constant large display of tha but offering of the local veg etable and fruit market. Chas. N. Biondi Supply Co., No. 31-33 Lunchroom trade solicited, Just give us a chance to quota you prices. , J. C. Ewald & Co., No. 537 Baked specialties at unusually attractive prices. Thos. A. Cannon Co., No. 81 Hothouse Products In Plenty. Fresh Vegetables in Abundance. T. F. Keane, No. 82 The choicest cuts of the very best beef at attractive prices. Mrs. P. J. Mulligan, Formerly at No. 399,, Has Moved to No.. 40-42. Will always have' the famous A. L. Root Ijoney. Flavor supreme specially prepared so that It will not smart the throat. Chas. E. Ebel, No. 650 The quality of our meat as al ways Is of the highest order, and the prices we ask exceptionally low under the present conditions In the market. For Saturday, wa offer the following specials: Leg Lamb. 25c. Hamburger Steak, 15c; two for 25e. Roast Beef. 18e, two for 25c Corned Beef. 10c to 16c. Quality Poultry Company The best grades of poultry are available here at all times. Ws have the new specialties first. Until 11 p.m. Other Baron K. Ishii Becomes Japan's Foreign Ministei TOKYO, Aug. 13, Baron Klku!lur Ishll, Japancso ambassador to Franco f has accepted the foreign portfolio li the new cabinet of Premier Count Oku tna. Baron Ishll replaces Count Okuma.' who Assumed the foreign ministry tem porarily on nccount of tho declfnatlot of Takaakl Kato, foreign" minister It the cabinet which resigned last month to serve in this capacity in tho new government. I f V u' 'C: mtm m I ' vll '"" Al 17 VI J$ ness and bloat. Salts, purgatives, and cathartics should be avoided aa they upset the entire system, amd at best afford but temporary relief. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is not expensive and can be obtained in any drug store for fifty cents a bot tle. For a free trial bottle, write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 453 Washing, tori. St., Monticello, 111. i . , HOW'S THE TIME Every day you let your teeth go your dental bill will be' tho greater for It, not to speak of the Increased pain and misery you will have to endure. Let me attend to your teeth at once. My skillful work assures you of absolute freedom from pain, and of thoroughly reliable and per manent results. Remember, my 20-year guarantee covers all operations. fillings in Gold, Silver, Plat Porcelain 50c to $1 Gold Crowns and Bridge Work $3, $4 and $5 Albert Lepper, No. 151 Truefrel Liver Sausage. 60c lb. Braunschwelger Liver Sausage, 8Uc lb. Imp. Stylo Frankfurters, 25c lb. Engel Brothers Co., No. 629 Legs of 'Fancy Home Dressed Spring Lamb. 25c. New York Rib Roast. 25c lb. Sugar Cured Corn Beef, 12c, 16c, and 20c. W. H. Bradburn, No. 214 Bacon has gone up considerably of late, but wo are selling it, ma chine sliced, for l&c per pound. Other prepared meats at economy prices. A. J. Simons, No. 349-351 POULTRY OF QUALITY On your trip to Center Market tomorrow be sure to come to tho Simons stand and Inspect the full line of quality poultry. D J. B. Schroth & Sons, No. 456 Dealers In pork products. Spe cial attention .o buyers In biz lot?. Holzbierlcin, No. 163 Famous Bread, Famous Cakes. Famous everything thoy make. None who have tried mr Chocolate Cream Cake and our Cherry Caks can longer wonder why they are famous. They sell at 20c lb. Joseph E. Gatti, No. 22 We have made special arrange ments this season to secure the finest fruits and vegetables In tho markets. These will always be priced as low as reasonable profit and market conditions permit. James La Fontaine, No. 394 Poultry and Vegetublea nnd Fruits In great abundance. You cannot go wrong ou my prices and quality. H. C. Coburn, No. 498 Fancy stock in butter, eggs, and cbeesn. Prices as low as markv permits. Reputation of twenty five zrears. Everything guaran teed. Days Until 5 p.m. ( fc