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the all 'round cleanser -, J)o VOU Waste vnil f I .• x j lime aHQ Strength Clean"! înrr V,,-..».*» _;.-l yUtir home With a half dozen different com UdUCiCm LÜ1U* pounds? Running for this one f and trying to remember where you left the other one is a needless waste cït-rru VU energy. Onld Dust matfn vruiu. DUM IS indue remove all kinds of dirt, il j , , _ • and tO DC narmiess to savrowrl-'ViinrY' O 1co ^verymin^ else. Do not use soap/^'L. naphtha, borax, soda, ammonia or kerosene with Gold Dust. The Gold Dust Twins need no r « , f ( » outside i help. DOWN STATE RALLIES OF THE REPUBLICANS DOVER. Del.. Oct. 19—The Republl can managers in lower Delaware have educational campaign lor Taft and for Penactvill to round up the campaign. 1 The principal towns and dates and tho ; Special to THE EVENING .TnxTRNAU completed a schedule lor a rapid-fire speakers secured, as announced, are as follows: October 23. nleht. at Dover; speaker, Isaac Fold of New York. , October 2G. night, at Wilmington, . Rev. John Wesley Hill of New York October 27. night, Camden: speakers. Hcnrv C. Conrad. Dr. Caleb R. Layton. William S. Hilles. William H. Heald and Ruby B. Vale, October 29. In Colored Odd Fellows' Hall. Wilmington, night; speakers, Henrv Lincoln Johnson of Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, night, at Smyrna: speak ers. M. R. Blair of New York, William H. Heald and Ruby B. Vale. October 30. night, at Dover; speakers, M. R. Blair, William H. Heald, Caleb R. Lavton and Frank Hall Davis October 31. night, at Milford; speak ers. Anthony Higgins. Caleb R. Lav ton. M. R. Blair. William H. Heald, Prank Hall Davis and Ruby B. Vale. BALLOON BEN FRANKLIN PASSED OVER THE CITY The big balloon Ben Franklin, from Philadelphia, passed over Wilmington on Saturday afternoon with five persons. The great balloon wag seen by thousands of 1 persons who obtained op-ra glasses and telescopes to view the balloon ho better. \ The occupants of the wicker car attach, ed to the gigantic gas bag were Dr. T. C. Fulton, who was in charge; C. C. Cfaham, John Kauffman and Messrs. Holmes and Oran. They ascended at Point Breeze at, ! The bag approached the city from a northerly direction and nnssed over Shell pot Park so near that its name could ho read. Thera was but a slight breeze and . . . ,,,„ imwaiA dropped the balloon again sound up«aid and parsed westward ov-r Hoc t-s.in and kept on Us way to Halford county. The aeronauts landed safely at 2.20 2.05 o'clock In the afternoon. the balloon drifted slowly over the city. When above Seventh and Madison at reels a note was dropped by the aeronauts but It could not be found. After the j.otc was o clock yesterday morning al a point nne mile northeast of Dublin, Harford Md. Red Man Wants Office. Harry M. Vickers, of Georgetown, has announced himself as a candidate for the office of junior sagamore, at the Great Council of Red Men, which will meet In Dover, October 28. ■ r ' A HOME DOWNTOWN FOR MEN A FEW LEFT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ■urn VI Ww* * ■ Sleeping Rooms - p/?i ST" v V at it: $8, |ii, $12 aid :» ' ■ I M inyp-sf w rr -, r. iv v ••M- V ® Per Konlh T m ;v. - Full Information at / SSs The Young Men's Christian Association, lOlli & Orange Telephones : D. & A., 2779. Office Open From 9 a. m. to 10 p. ra. « / FIRE DESTROYS BARRACKS ON FRANCIS N. BUCK'S FARM Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. NEW OASTI.E, Oct. 19.—Shortly latter 2 o'clock this morning fire broke out amon F the outbuildings qf Francis iN. Buck, at State Road. The ringing 0 * the farm bell aoon brought asslst ance from the farms adjoining. The fire was In one long barrack, which pon,nined twenty-nv* tons of straw Despite the work of the volunteers, the fire spread to an adjoining barrack, which contained the corn fodder oft the farm. In addition to the barracks, straw and fodder, a new wagon and mowing machine were destroyed, en tailing a loss of several thousand dol lars. After the farmers had successfully (battled against the spread of the fire |to t ke other buildings, they talked frPely re K ardln K ,he number of such LOfires In New Castle county during the ^ f * w r Br l . . ,, , Mr. Buck, who is national hank ex amlner, Is In Washington, where he (has hc<>11 detained for some weeks, BUt Iferlng from a severe attack of typhoid m™*, ( Dr. William Wertonbaker, as acting mayor, yesterday morning fined James Robert J. Wright. Frank Dorris and % if ( THEATRICAL J pretentious the management has offer-| ed this season, Including as it twelve acta, and all of the big ones. Loney THE GARRICK The show which comes to the Gar rick today is by long odds the most does (Roberts, Hayes and Roberts. Haskell, Jules Garrison & Co!. Violet Allen, George Wright & Co., The Five Sister Ballatzar, French acrobats; Dorothy Arvllle and her Troopers, jMlle. Bolndorft; Hartung and Ah Sid, .Charles Carlos and his trained ponies and dogs, and the Klnetograph, make Ln - that would grace any house on Broadway. With such a bill as out 1 lined above The Garrick sets a new ; standard locally In the line ot vaude ville entertainment. On account of the length of the show-, performances will commence promptly at 2.15 and 8.15. PICKWICK I At the Pickwick this week Fred Sanford, the famous protean comedian, is one of the prominent features. His work I» second to none. His clever manipulation of his cigar while singing Is extraordinary. Cunningham and D'Tvry, eccentric comedians, with their fund of brand new humor, arc a number worthy of special mention. Frankie Wallace, the dainty singing and dancing artiste, appears In her own original Interpretation of a num b"r of the latest song successes, and will portray some most skillful danc ing. Thomas Huston, baritone, has select ed for this week, two new songs which are decided hits. Mabel McGinley, the petite comed ienne, will appear In a new list of char acter songs. The Cameragraph selections will be new subjects never shown In the city before. THE AVENUE One of the specif features of the bill at the new Avehue Theatre this !week wlu be the Sadns Trlo of Kuro . pPan jugglers who will make their first appearance In this country at the Ly ccum. of Juggling and one will be to make the portraits of Washington, Bryan and Taft appear while the orchestra plays the Star Spangled Banner. They are far out of the ordinary. The Crane Brothers who appear in "The Mudtown Jail'' are the or # r i n;i 1 rubes of vaude Tills. They are bright, clever comed ians and In the summer live at Oyster Bay where they are neighbors of Presi dent Roosevelt. The Carter-Taylor Company in "At Camp Rost" and the * Dugat Company In a study They do some wonderful feats from , ent „ led 0r| ,. 8 Thanksgiving Bre n , ?n Rpw1nI feiturM , and make a total of four big acts which carry their] own elaborate scenery this week. The remainder of the bill Includes Whitman county/Brothers clever novelty contortionists: (Miller and Russell, eccentric song and dance artists: George Gnndy C'nrk the j— -.*-»* Doodle German comedian and the Avenuescope with fine new moving pictures which will hereafter he chang ed three times a werk. The theatre has been unusually successful for the first week and the popularity will grow, McGrath $5 and costs each for being mixed up In a fight at Third and l)ela ware streets on Saturday night. At the hearing Wright denied that he took part In the fight or used bad language. The arrests on Saturday night mean that the police will now be asked to explain why other people have not been arrested who created trouble on the streets. better accommoda The matter of tlons for prisoners will be taken up byl There have been a num City Council, her of lodgers kept In the lockup lately and yet the only place for anyone to stay under arrest Is In the same lockup which boa very pojr accommodations. Big Registration The registration In New Castle hun dred this year Is nearly 1500. The Democrats are claiming a good work Ing majority, and the Republicans say that the story can best be told on the night of November 3. There are a number of appeals from this hundred, and they will come up before Judge Sprcancc during the next ten driys. Arrangements have been romplcted for large numbers of people to attend and Sherman meetings In j the Taft I Wilmington to-day. DEMOCRATS PREPARE FOR JUDGE PARKER'S MEETING Judge Alton B. Parker, defeated can didate for president on the Democratic ticket four years ago. will speak In Wilmington on Friday evening. Ar rangements for the visit have not been I completed, but Mr. Parker will be given an enthusiastic reception by Democrats :f r om all over the State, who have not forgotten the splendid fight ho waged when he ran for President. Arrangements may be made for a street parade In honor of the distin guished visitor. It is expected that all arrangements will have been completed within a few days. Mr. Parker Is one of the best speakers of national repu tation and Is as famous for his after dinner stories as he Is (or bis apt po litical arguments. Spoke at the Y. M. C. A. The Rev. Alexander Alison of West Fresbvterian Church delivered an In teresting address yesterday at the mer's meeting In the Y. M. C. A, on the subject "Whit is Your Life." There was a large attendance. Women's Auxiliary Officers. The following \ficers have been elected by the Women's Auxiliary of Old Swedes Church: Mrs. A. E. Clay, president; Mrs, J. Harvey Thomas, sec retary. and Mrs. M. Baxter, treasurer. A vote 'of thanks was accorded to the retiring president, Mrs. John Brear, for the faithful work done during her term of office. Upset Lamp Caused a Fire. Somebody In the home of Andrew Gachinowski. No. 601 Maryland avenue, overturned a lamp last night and caus ed $25 damage. .V bucket brigade put out tho fire. The district companies responded to an alarm turned In from box No. 26 by Andrew Connelly, of No. 900 Linden street, but their ser vices were not required. A Terrible Threat. "You say your titled son-in-law holds threats over you?" "Yes," answered Mr. Cumrox. "He has us where we can't give him any argument at all. Mother and the girls say we must yield for the sake of the family honor." "Is there-er a skeleton In the closet?" "Not at all. He simply announces that unless he has his own way he'll get naturalized and be a plain Ameri can citizen."—Washington Star. landing, after It had killed one ot his Bheelli I few days ago. Chicken Thieves Busy. j chicken thieves have reappeared In Glenolden und surrounding boroughs, [ an d within two weeks' time have stolen nearly 300 pairs of chickens. 1 Entire Family Fever Stricken. ! An entire famly—William Curtis, wife. B-year-old son and 17-months-old daughter, of Modena—have been retnov ed to the Coatesvtlle hospital, suffering j with typhoid fever. Dr. Bolton at Easton. The Rev. H. W. Bolton, evangelist, addresse da large meeting for men only in the Court House, at Easton, Md.. yesterday afternoon. Kills Eagle That Killed Sheep. A gray eagle, which measured eight feet 9 inches from tip to tip, was shot by James Prsmpton, near Centrevllle WEALTHY PEOPLE & SULPHUR Most of Us Are Aware That Wealthy People by the Thousands Sojourn to Mineral Springs of This and Foreign Countries to Drink and B.-the in the Sulphur Waters. The absorption of this sulphur water 1 quickly rejuvenates, cleanses and purl- • ties the blood. All are not aware. how-| ever, that one can really obtain more 1 (benefit, and at little cxiicnse, by taking a nl °*« excellent non-secret medicine ea *h'd Blackburn's f'ascaRoyal-Pills, us They contain sulphur In very concen trafed and soluble form together with i cascura, castor oil, wild lemon, black! cherry root, and the like, making alto- | gether one of the most up-to-date "civilised" physics, tonic and purifiers t imaglnable. They relieve constipation. ! biliousness, liver and kidney ills and, free the blood of toxic pplsons thus eradicating pimples, bolls, blotches, skin I dlseases and prevent malaria, typhoid, and other serious Ills All druggists soli ten and twenty-five cent packages ; j SIMON WOLF CLUB HAS BIG MEETING j i At the first meeting of the Simmy Wolf j Republican Club last night Deputy Gen- ! oral Daniel O. Hastings was the prlncl- 1 pal speaker. The headquarters Is at Third and Market streets. The meeting was largely attended. j Although he dwelt largely upon na tlonal Issues Mr. Hastings found oppor tunlly of speaking words of endorse- i ment for the State Republican cundl dates. His talk was forceful throughout, Charles H. l.lpplncott, candidate for sheriff, also spoke well. The club will participate In tonight s meeting In the Opera House, at which Mr. Sherman Is to speak. The club house «111 be decorated In honor of Mr. Taft. Albert Oreenstein will be marshal of a procession of the members to night. UNITARIANS TO HAVE A CONFERENCE _ , . , The Joseph Priestly.Conferences of Uni tarlan Churches In this district will be held In tho Cnltarlsn Church on West street Tuesday evening and Wednesday. The opening services on Wednesday even Ing will be In charge of Iba Rev. E. R. Shlppen, of Lancaster, Pa., and the Rev. Samuel McChord Crothers. D. D. Wed nesday's program will be as follows: 10 o'clock a. ra . opsntng service, the Rev. Charles K. HI. John. Philadelphia. Do subject, "What Unitarians Should About Reforms;" addresses by the Revs. Eugene R. Shlppen. William M Gilbert. Charles E. St. John, Oscar R. Hawes, Ulysses G. B. Peirce, Frederic A. Hinckley; discussion. 1 o'clock p. ra., collation. 2,30 o'clock p. m.. subject; "Hotr Rest Can Unity With Freedom In Rellgl.ii Be Established;'' addresses, the Rev. Al fred R. Hussey. Baltimore; the Rev. Dr. H. Kellogg, Grace M. E. Church, this city, discussion. To Havs a Union Servies. The two congregations of Trinity P. E. Parish will hold their annual union services In Trinity church on the morn ing of Sunday. November 8, at which the sermon will be preached by the _ _ - MMTON n r „ y l f Sended lw the MJL^ON. Oct. 19. Re\. G. R. Me Creadj. the members of «ho congregation of the Methodist Pro testant Church went to the home of a paralytic member. John Conoway, and J, .t, husked his crop of corn for him. Rev. Albert E. Clay, vicar of Old Swedes. Grisssen Goes Back to Newark. F. H. Grlessen, of Newark. N. J.. who was arrested In Wilmington on Sat urday on the charge of theft of Jewelry from on apartment house In Newark, was taken to the acene of his alleged offense on Saturday night by a detec tive from that city. Simplified Debate. "Are you going to attempt to an swer all the charges made against you?" "Certainly," replied Senator Sorgh um. "answering charges these days Is II you've got to do is to say nother."'—Washington Star. easy. A ■you're a Good Potato Crop. Tho potato crop of Chester county Is not so much a falure as was re ported earlier In the season, but was not up to the average. To Locate in Texas. R. W. Ewing has sqld his Jevvelry store In West Grove afid has gone to Texas to locate. Social and Personal Miss Elizabeth O. Richardson ha* been visiting friends at New Castle, Dr. Joshua KUegoud and Mr ana Mis. Poole and daughter visited friends at Sea ford Inst week, D. H. Mackev was a recent vlaltoi In Newark Mr. and Mis Jesar H. Deputy have returned from n visit to Robert Potts and fatnllv of Newark. Miss Edith M. Deputy has returned home after a few days' visit to her cousins In Newark, Mr. and Mrs. eJrome B. Bell, Jr., ot Emporium. l a., are visiting relatives an[ ) friends in this city. \ party was given to Miss E lm Nec son In honor of her fourth birthday on Thursday evening nt the home of her parants. Ko. f>12 West Third street. A |„,. Be number of friends were pres ent. Miss Elizabeth Parsons, of Dover. Is „pending a few days among friends la Wilmington. Mrs. Paul Barnett, of Dover, is en tertalnlrg her sister, Mrs. C. T. Wyatt, of this cltv. Mrs. Alfred W. Poor, of is being entertained by Willow Grove. Del.. relatives In this cltv. Miss Lvdlu Moore, of this city. Is ! „ . ,, , ■W'««»'"* » tevr WIh , Mr8 ' char,pb Va,1 * , ' n - of n ar CheswoM. Mr - " n ' l Ml * george sterling, of this dtv. are entertaining Mrs. George Knight and Miss Edna (.race, of M.ig no ** a - Mr. Bnd Mrs. Earl Costella. of this «My. left vesterdav for u few days' trio to New York city. Mrs J. A. Amshnugh. of No. North Franklin atr.-et, has been very ill f °r 'be nasi week, btp Is now slight Iv better 703 R. H. Cardo. formerly of Springfield, Mass,, but now of this city, left yes terdav for a few days' visit to the for mer city. Mrs. Rose M. Carroll, who has beet, visiting friends in Somerton, Pa., and Philadelphia, has returned home. Mrs. Laura Townsend Mist Hazel Townsend are the guests of Mr* W H. Parker, of Chesapeake City. ^Jrs. Gather no McKlnsey and daugh-1 ter. Miss Julia McKlnsey. spent port of w „ k wlth Mri , Howard Brat ton Mr. and Mrs. Edward Veasey, or Harbeson. who have been spending a few days In this city, have returned horn* Mrs. 8. E Gordon has returned homo after spending several months at Reho ! both. and | Knth'een. spent part of the past week In Sesford. C. E Trie* «-a* the guest of his flaue'* - Mrs. Thomas Nichols, of M >■« Thomas fltortell and daughter. Frlen ■ ' '■>. Mrs Ne lie Carmine, of Preston, is spending a lew days with friends In this city. Mrs. 3 . B. Deshane. of Chesapeake City, la tho guest .of relatives here. LIFE'S JOURNEY Is Burdensome to Many in Wilmington Life's lournev is a heavy burden, With a constantly aching back, With urlnarv disorders, diabetes. With anv kidney ill. Doan's Kldm'V Pills iclleve and cure. Here Is Wilmington proof that this Wilmington proof is so; Mrs. James E. Adams. 403 Madison Bt., Wilmington. Del., says: "We think very highly or Doans Kidney Pills and are never without them in the house. Mv husband made a statement In 1897 recommending Doan's Kidney! Pills. His back had troubled hlm foi twenty years, brought on by a strain across his kidnevs ye.ns ago. He was lame during the day and suffered In pains Wing tho night, more particularly after a hard day's work f j. | an _ ul:1 tlre ,, Hn(J wo .. n ollt | ^ , norn | n » ' Seeing Doan's Kidney liisrhlv recommended he procur 1 '"«hlv recommended, he pr ur cd a box at Danforth s Pharmacy and UMd The pa(n wai re u eV ed. his back was made stronger, he rested and slept well nights am! arose in the mnrnints feeling refreshed, ready to do a dnv's work. Ho gave a second statement in 1904, in which he staled that he was still a strong advocate for Doan's Kldnev Pills, and that their good effects were as apparent as when made seven years previous. To-day, April 27. 1907. I can say that Doan's Kldnev Pills act ns represented and take pleasure in recommending such a remedy." For sale bv all dealers. Price 50 Foster-Milburn Co., Buff air. cents. Ne«' York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. YOUR Oti BEI l JOYFUL CREDIT & < IS GOOD ANY TIME and ALL THE TIME TtienSiV/omm CLOTHING Im 3 Don't put off 'till next week what you can do right now. Ü you want smart doming for Fall and Winter, get it now. We will fit you perfectly, air 1 hR while you wear and enjoy the clothes you can pay us a dollar a week. Cash store prices. We don't charge extra tor credit here. You are welcome. Your credit is good. Wi ; à •A j , j Women's Suits and Coats, $12, $15, $18, $20, $25,$30 Men's Suits and Overcoats, $12 to $28 ■ ; | i? Youths' Suits Boys* Suits Little Girls' Coats Millinery Waists and Skirts Stylish Shoes ■ ,f ( : V iv./ j f w. I I I I LS RENTER & o 0M ROSEH^°CO. 61S Market Street. 73 Stores $1.00 a week 7" 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henri Llndssy has been visiting her parents. Mr and Mr* H. A. Llndsev. of Chesapeake City. Mrs. George Morgan and daughter Ruth have returned to Chesapeake City after a visit with relatives here. Clarence Noland has been visiting his mother aj Chesapeake City. Mrs. Arch Buckworth and children are spending some lime with her mother at Chesapeake City. Mr. and Mrs. James Slradley and son spent last Sunday as the guests ol friends at Townsend. Quel Naylor spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mary E. Money of Town send. | ; j ,, ... - ... .., H.ndk.roh.ef Surprise I Mrs. E. J. Drummond, of No 931 Pop. lar street, received a handkerchief sur prise on Baturday, In honor of her 65th 'birthday anniversary. In addition to collection of handkerchelfs Mrs. "no cniiecnon or n»mi«cn,ntin mr*. Drummond received many other gifts and P° slal cards. I j I Miss Emma Jackson and Horace L. Linn, of Germantown were married by [the Rev. George L. Wolfe, here on Sat i urday. | Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. John Albert Kellam announce the engagement of daughter. Miss Hazel U. Kellam Thomas D. Laws, of Milford, The mar ringe will take place In Calvary Epls |copal Church at 7 30 o'clock on Wed nesday evening, October 28, thslr Germantown Couple Wed Here. " Returns from Europe. Mr. and Mre. William K. Croeby are home from Europe. Tt<ry arrived last I Saturday and stopped at their summer ' residence, at Newton, Mass., until Sat urday, when they came here. I The twenly-flret wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Herman B. Jackson Friday evening, at their 1 1 u Wadding Anniversary. celebrated on home. No.1025 Adams street. Those present were Mrs. John Hasson, Mrs. James Pat. teraon, of Port Deposit; Mr*. Eliza Jack son, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Carrie Rlale, Mrs. Mary McKowen, of Rising Sun. Md.! Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Steel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bchwat lo. Mr. and Mrs. Selling, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kurlz, Mrs. Daniel Ault. Miss Edith and Marlon Miss Verna H. A. Jackson, John V. Jactton, the Misses Florence AIgsrd. Louise lackson ; Reba Jackson, Rhea Jackson. -*■ Birthday Anniversary. Miss Carrie Biggins was given ! prise party on Thursday evening at her home, No. 868 West Third street. In honor of her eighteenth birthday anniversary. Among those present wore Mr. and Mrs. 1 John Higgins, Mr and Mrs. William .Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Mas. May Parsons, William l/'gley, i Bertha Cole. Louise Taylor, or. Annie Uever, Charley McBride. May jCnimllsh, Willie Taylor. George Wilson. ! Freddl.e Frlborg. Jacob Cole, Ferris Tay lor. John Higgins Jr., James O'Connell and others. ■ sur Jennie Dev Tatnall—Duncan. ■ In Rodney Street church on Saturday I levelling. Miss Helen Tatnall. daughter of ■ Ashton It. Tatnall. and Herman Duncan, ■ a farmer of Murshallton, were married ■ I by the pastor, the Rev. Dr. W. F. D. ■ Lewis. The bride was attended by Miss B Jean Reybold. of this city, and Miss H Helen M. Del la von, of Delanco. N. J.. Salas bridesmaids. The maid ot honor was H the bride's sister. Miss Sarah B. Tal H nail. The bride wore white mousseline, H the maid of honor white and the brldes Bj maids light green. Both the bride and jU Inr attendants carried chrysanthemums. ■ The nuptial music was played by tho Hlrhureh organist. The groom was at & t. tided by Trust on Boyce, of Stanton, us groomsman and the ushers were Joseph Tatnall. Horace J Tatnall. of this city. JnsUi Just is. of Paulk land and Clifford Steele, of this city. After a brief wed ding tour the couple will Uve at Mar »haillon. ANNIVERSARY OF ST.JOHN'S CHURCH Important services marked with simple religious worship will shortly take place at 8t. John's Episcopal Caurch. Market street and Concord avenue. The occa sion will be the commemoration of ihe fiftieth anniversary of the consecration of ths edifice. The anniversary services will begin Sunday morning November 1. with two celebrations of the Holy Communion and the reading of an historical sketch. In Ihe evening, the new bishop, Frederic,. .1. Kinsman, will either deliver a sermon nr an address. On Monday there will bo s celebration of tho Holy Communion al on a Holy al 1030 o'clock. On Tuesday morning. No vember 8, the actual day of the consecra tlon of the church, ths Holy Communion «'ll! be celebrated at 16.80 o'clock and will he preceded by s short servies of thanks giving. All of tlMes services will prob ably be well attended and all members of the parish will Join heartily In sn oc casion of which they can well fael proud. St John's has been a growing parish since the tlma of Its foundation. Built of Brandywine blue rock and In Gothic style, and In the shape of a crosa. It la one of the most Imposing churches In this section of the country. 81. John's was founded In the early fifties and was built by Alexis .1 du Pont. The corner atone waa laid June 4, 1857, and the Impressive ceremony waa erformed by tho Right Rev. Alfred Lee, D., first Mahop of this dloce*«. He also consecrated the church on Novem ber 3, 1868. What should have been a r.. great occasion for thanksgiving snrt pro found worship «as marred by the sud den removal from this world, by a powder 1 explosion, of the founder of this church wuajnnd sad regrets Tar the great loss occa stoned by this mournful event mingled I with the Joy. You May Enjoy Your Meals If You Will But Equip Your Stomash With The Right Means To Handle Ths Food, If you go Into a restaurant, cats or hotel, where all your environments, the lights, dazzling linen, silver, out glass, music, chatting and laughing seem to foretell of a pleasant meal, your stomach should not revolt when you read the menu card. Heavy steaks, soups, oysters, entrees, salads, etc., should hold no terrors for the healthy stomach and they do not. A small box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab lets placed In your vest pocket will be sufficient guard against the msd revels of a worn-out stomach. A tablet taken a few moments after a copious meal will remove any ill ef woman. fects of food from your stomach and you may cut us generously as those about you. One of those little tablets will of It self settle all questions of indigestion for that meal and will place your stom ach and digestive organs In a better condition for the next. Your blood will be enriched, and the depleted gastric fluids will be rebuilt. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets sre nat ural. active digestive agents who give to the gastric Juices the elements they lack, which ease the stomach, remove Irritation and enrich and stimulate the ^ j _mu .... - — Tablets In stock und sill t# VOW blood. All of these statements may be veri fied tf you will take but a little of your time to prove them. Every druggist carries Stuart's Dys * us ° f «heir merit. These tablets sell for P« hox " r u * ^' ur address ajid we will send you at ono# Add rest by mall a trial package free, ]F A. Stuart 140 SUlUt im« Co., Marshall, Mich.