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PAGE ok. DBTTEC:ieS III THE D1DCEI I0IIE Average Farmer Fails to Real ize Requirements of Federal Law. STATEMENT BY BARNARD FARMER WHO i SELLA BUTTER CONTAINING 16 PER CENT WAT ER OR MORE, 18 LIABLE TO AN NUAL TAX OF 1648. Indianapolis, July 30. H. E. Barn ard, state food and drug commission er, has made a statement that Is of interest to every person In Indiana who makes butter, following the activ ity of the federal authorities in Indi ana in arresting and prosecuting but ter makers and dealers who have to do with adulterated butter, or butter which contains 16 or more percent of water. Butter made by the average housewife is dangerously near this -grade of material and under a strict interpretation of the law, the makers and sellers are In most instances dan gerously near the line where a federal fine interferes unless the maker or ' dealer have a federal license. The 11 , censes cost as follows: For retailing adulterated butter $48; for selling such butter at wholesale $480: for manufacturing such butter $600. ; Fpr the farmer who manufactures and sells his butter, unless it be within the 16 percent mark, is liable to be taxed $848: Will Frighten Them. The thought of being taxed this amount is enough to frighten the av erage; farmer out of his boots, and since the federal authorities got busy tots rural mutter makers have been besieging Mr. Barnard for some : in structions as to how they may be re- , lleved of the danger which seems to threaten them. "Many of the .housewives of the state who have long prided themsel ves on making good butter in reality only make a fair grade of axle grease" aid Mr. Barnard. "Much of the but ter that comes from the farms is merely churned, the water and butter milk drained off and the product put on the market at once. Under the fed eral laws such butter is adulterated and cannot be sold except where the seller has a federal license. . There is no Excuse. "There is no excuse for any person to be caught by these laws if they will use ordinary common sense in the making of their butter. Good butter has all the buttermilk worked out of it and contains very little water. All ' danger of being caught by the federal laws may be obviated if the butter maker will wash the butter thorough ly through several waters and ; will work it thoroughly. ' The- washing and working removes all traces of butter milk, which is the most objectionable feature of adulterated butter. Not on ly will proper care bestowed on butter make it safe from the intervention of the federal - laws, but will produce a better product that will bring a better price on the market. Such butter ought to bring comparatively 28 cents while the adulterated butter is selling for 18 cents. In addition, adulterated ' butter may , be taxed 10 cents, which the maker must pay." - Mr. Barnard says that it will be to the advantage of the farmers through out the state to take greater care in , making their butter, for the federal authorities are liable to get them any time if they., do not. This would mean a trial in the United . States court. which is always an expensive proposi tion. Tnui: ' Gold Medal Flour makes perfect bread. "... MOWIKA, X There is Nottdaa to Equal I ZWI38LEBS X QUAKER DREAD i T .... for Mfc ty a grocers FOR DALE Small tract oil sad acar the city saltaMs and equipped t ralsTag ana chicken t W. IL BatADBUKY SON 2 t aad a.Westcott Block Try Our HARD COAL 0. C CSr!di & Sea. ! Krcse 1285. US Vc!ss. no kscss NO LESS M5 .710 News of Surrounding Towns EATOH, OHIO. Eaton, O.; July 30. The eleventh annual reunion of ' the-156th O.-V. L will be held In the local-United Breth ren church on Thursday, September 20. The Rev. H. A.; Smith, of the Christian church will', welcome tho members of the .regiment. Charles W. Bloom, of New Paris, will respond to the welcome. Ex-Governor Andrew L. Harris and Judge Elam Fisher have been scheduled for addresses in the afternoon. Music for the occasion will be furnished by the choir of the church. Attorney Henry U Johnson, of Richmond, Ind., has been engaged to assist Attorney W. B. Marsh in the defense of Samuel C. Siders, charged with second-degree murder. Attorney Wilfred Jessup, also of Richmond, will assist Marsh in defending Harry Rife. News of the criticaHcondition of W. O. Cleveland, of Cincinnati, , has been received by local friends-andtrelatives. Mr. Cleveland, who hastbeen a victim of locomotor ataxia for the past five years, suffered a second stroke of pa raylsis a few days ago, and his con dition since has been serious, and it is feared that he can not long sur vive. Mr. Cleveland is a brother of Mrs. Ida Rebfuss and Mrs. Lydla Becker, of Eaton. - The Preble County Vigilant teociety will hold a special meeting in Eaton next Saturday evening. Rev. Thomas W. Stewart, of 'Kanka kee, 111., will occupy the pulpit at the local Presbyterian church' next Sun day, morning and evening. Since the resignation of the Rev. W. B. Shirey, the pulpit has been left unfilled. Rev. Pierson will be considered for ap pointment to the charge. The names of the members of the special Jury which will hear the trial to be given Harry Rife were drawn from the Jury wheel Wednesday by Clerk J. H. Jones. A meeting of the board of directors of the Preble County Agricultural so ciety will be held in Eaton on August 7, when many arrangements and final details will be completed for the hold ing, of the annual show, in Septem ber. A band to furnish music during the entire week will probably be em ployed and help for the various de partments will be hired. Architect John Eberson, of Hamilton, will meet with the board and submit final -plans and specifications for the improve ment of the amphitheater and the enlargement of the chair section. , Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Clawson, Mr. and Mrs. Laban Shock, Mrs. Lizzie Bope and Miss Faye Smith will spend Sunday with friends and relatives in Anderson, Ind. A meeting of the committee select ed to supervise and make arrange ments for the construction of a Unl versalist parsonage was i held Wednes day at the home of Mrs. Caroline Ri st inger. .-;-. - Mrs.' George Smith, Mrs. E. R, Shav er and Miss Gertie Erhardt are spend ing a few days with relatives in Cin cinnati. G. F. Scheid spent Wednesday in Lewisvllle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. E.I Grauser of Day ton, returned to their home in Dayton today after a week's visit with Mrs. Murphy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Murphy. .... The Men's Bible class of the St. Paul Methodist church are arranging for a picnic which - will be held on Friday, August 6, at the fair grounds, A feature of the amusement being provided for the day's program will be a ball game between the "Reds" and "Blues" two divisions of the class. Life 100,000 Years Ago. Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men. who lived 100,000 years ago, when life was in constant danger from wild beasts. To day the danger, as shown by A. W. Brown -of . Alexander. Me., is largely from deadly disease. "If it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery, which cured me. I could not have liv ed," he writes, "suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stub born cough." To cure Sore Lungs, Colds, obstinate Coughs, and prevent Pneumonia, its the best medicine on earth. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co. Trial bottle free MILTON. IND. Milton, Ind., July 30. Mrs. Will Fo- garty of Dayton, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Murley and Miss Violet Muriey, spent yesterday with the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Grant Wright at Cambridge City. Ed Man love who is In the employe of the Union Telephone company at Indianapolis, is home to spend his va cation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. Li. Manlove. Mrs. Catherine Wallace who is sick. is much the same. She does not im prove much. Oscar Kerlin and Miss Hazel Fergu son attended the Hagerstown fair yes terday. Mr. Ferguson is the assistant cashier at the Farmers' bank. ' Mesdames Sarah - Ohmit, Martin Lowery, Elda Lowery and Raymond Lowery, attended the funeral of their relative. Miss May Fllby at El wood yesterday. Word has been received here by friends that Mr. and Mrs. Albert Izor formerly of this place, now of Indian apolis, are spending a few days at French Lick. Mrs. Elizabeth Kimmel was hostees at six o'clock dinner Wednesday for Mrs. Martha Stover, Misses Mary and Sarah Roberts and B. M. Kern. - Will P. Moore, groceryman at (this place made a business trip to Rich mond yesterday and vistied his chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Moore. Mrs. Ada Wallace of Cesterville is spending a few days with her children Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wallace on the farm south of town. Will Phfllpott and Miss Hazel Fllby attended the Hagerstown. fair' yester day. Mesdames Alice Gresh and - E. Jones and daughter, Miss Mary Jones Horace Hurst. Mrs. Jones and daugh ter remained and will be Joined by Mr. Jones Saturday! to spend Sunday. Automobiles were plentiful yester day going through town: enroote to the .S.' n,mm ... iPa0 IT U1MUU VS. V wm. - the guest of Miss Lulu Ward at din ner yesterday. Mrs. Charles Wolfgang and son. Roy- den Wolfgang, visited relatives at Ha gerstown yesterday and attended the fain '':. Marven. Goldie of ' Richmond is act ing as motorman and conductor on the car between here and Cambridge City part of the afternoon runs. Mrs. Elizabeth Cochran, who is sick. is not much improved. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brandon, of Brad ford Junction-, Ohio, are visiting his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brandon, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Clark and Mr. and Mrs Hiram Crook formed an auto mobile party to Hageratown- fair yes terday; Mr. and Mrs. Frank DuGranrut were host and hostess at six o'clock dinner Wednesday. Their guests were Mrs. Mary Walker, Mrs.' Alice. DuGranrut. the Misses Carrie and LlHian DuOran rut and John and Rob DuGranrut. Mr. and Mrs. Spell and father, Dr. Fisher returned yesterday fro a visit with friends at Everton. Mrs. Will Wissler was- hostess at dinner for Mrs. Will Bowian. Mrs. Omer Kerlin, Mrs. Benton Wlseler, Mrs. Mart Kellam, Mrs. James Shan non and Mrs. Willis Leverton on Wednesday. Miss Bella Hartwell is looking for another house to rent. Miss Lorene Warren spent yesterday with; Mr. and Mrs. John Thurman at Richmond. Miss Hattie Izor has a beautiful bed of the old fashioned flowers, tiger llllies. Mrs. Pitman,' Mrs. Marple and Mrs. Roby of the Woman's Relief Corps at Cambridge City were callers- on. the be reaved family of the late Mrs. Emma Knauf yesterday. Mrs. Will Heck has been suffering from a stiff neck caused by a cold. Mrs. Peter Shumaker was a Con- nersviUe visitor yesterday. Mrs. Charles Frazee of Evansvilla. after a pleasant visit with her relatives at Bloomington, joined her husband, Prof. Charles Frazee at the home of bis aunt, Mrs. C. J. Morris and family. Mrs. Ora Wagner of near East Ger man town visited relatives here yester day. Mrs. G. A. Borders has been much indisposed. Miss Anna Belle Clifford of Dublin was calling on Mrs. G. B. Bryant and family yesterday. . Willard Wissler, east of town, is putting down about sixty-two rods of ditching on his farm. The Misses Ttuby and Hazel Moore who visited friends at Richmond sev oral days returned today. Mrs. James Morris of Dublin was calling on several in town yesterday. Henry McMahan visited relatives at New Castle yesterday. Mrs. McMahan and children spent the day with Mr, and Mrs. J. Ml McMahan. Roh DuGranrut visited with Paul Ferris, west of town yesterday. A large and handsome monument is being erected on the lot of the late Atrmiel Johnson, at Valley Grove cemetery south of town. The King's Heralds social on the lawn at Dr. Sweeney's office tomorrow evening. ELDORADO, OHIO. Eldorado, O., July 30. Samuel Stev ens of Portland, Ind., has returned to his homo after a few days visit with his, son Wilson Stevens, who is con fined to his home with -rheumatism. Grandma Davis of New Madison, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schli- entz. Miss Laura Davis has returned to Columbus, O., after a pleasant visit with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Schlientz. Mass Ethel Trick is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Grace Jordan at Arcan um. Mrs. Belle Stayton Is visiting her father at Eaton. Rev. J. H. Blackford and daughter Lenora visited Miami Valley Chautau qua on Bryan day. A double header baseball game will be played here next Sunday between the Royal Blnglers and the Richmond 8wastikas. The young people of the U. B. church will give a lemon social whatever on the pavement that is Saturday night, August 7. Preaching next Sunday at the Uni- versalist church, by the Rev. Sara Stoner at the usual hour. Mr. and Mm Isaac May entertained Wednesday Rev. Wahl and family. Sees Mother Grow Young. "It would be hard to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters," writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick of Dan forth, Me. "Although past 70 she seems really to be , growing young again. She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years. At last she could neither eat, drink nor sleep. Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health." They Invigorate all vital organs, cure Liver and Kidney troubles, Induce sleep, im part strength and appetite. Only 50c at A. G. Luken ft Cos. HAGERSTOWN. IND. Hagerstown, Ind., July 30. Laverne Thornburg spent a part of this week with Mrs. Charles Fletcher of New Castle. . Lou Gohring of Rushville is visit ing his father, Volley Gohring. Miss Olive Knapp of Dublin. Miss Margaret and Henry Knapp of Rich mond, are guests at the home of C. T. Knapp and family. Mrs. Sallle Jewett has purchased the property of Mrs. Diant Teeter on West Main street. Consideration 1.X). Mrs. Justin Must in and baby son. of this week with her parents Mr. and I Mrs. Jacob RununeL Miss Harriet Lyons of Richmond was the guest part of the ideek at the home of Horace Hoover. . ) Mrs. Carlos Burton - is entertaining her sister Mrs. Pat ton of Ft. Wayne. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Daugherty and son of Economy and Mrs. Maud El wood of Richmond have been visiting the fair at the home of Alonzo Daugherty. Will Pipher of New Castle has been visiting with home folks here. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ross of Cincin nati are, being entertained this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C Tee ter. - Miss Ida Wimmer has as her guest during the fair Miss Anda Ridenour of Greenville, Ohio. F. S. Lamar and daughter, Miriam, of Richmond have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Alice Lamar. Mr. and Mrs. George Butler of Ger- mantown attended the fair Wednesday and were guests of Mr. L. S. Bowman and family. Miss Blanche Fenlmore returned to her home at Economy Wednesday eve ning after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Hurlie Lontz. Mr. and Mrs. Al Gayior and sons of Greensfork were guests Wednesday of Harley BenboWs. 1 Miss Ada Waltz is entertaining Miss Feeley of Cincinnati at her home north of town. Miss Blanche Kerr and Miss Daisy Cinway of Greensfork were at the fair Wednesday afternoon. Mtos Margaret Jewett of Muncie is visiting her "parents. B. F. Jewett and wife of East Main street. Miss Helen Jamison of Richmond is spending a few days with her 'grand mother, Mrs. Josephine Baldridge. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Stewart and son Austin of Logansport are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Sells. . Mrs. Ed Moore and son James were at New Castle Wednesday. Miss Eva Purdy of Winchester is the euest of her aunt Mrs. Louisa Wil liams. Alonzo Ulrich has sold his barber shop at Knightstown and will locate at Denver, Col. for his health. He Is well known locally and a brother of Mrs. Phoebe Rinehart. Mrs. Bert Wimmer and daughter, Fern of Indianapolis are visiting Mr, Wimmer' 8 parents, Roe Wimmer and wife. Mrs. Flora MHller of Richmond was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Teeter Thursday. Isaac Pierce of Blountsville spent the day Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Pierce. Mrs. Margaret Lontz returned on Wednesday from a visit with her son at Richmond. Among the implement exhibits at the fair were a few of the famous Janesville implements displayed by the Jones Hadrware Co. Also the J. I. Case Plow works exhibited their new power drive com planter and Case foot left sulky. Tortured On A Horse. "For ten 'years I couldn t ride a horse without being in torture from piles," writes L. S. Napier, of Rugless, Ky.. "when all doctors and other rem edies failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me." Infallible for Piles, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Bolls. Fever-Sores, Ecze ma. Salt Rheum. Corns. 25c. Guaran teed by A. G. Luken & Co. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., July 30. Mrs: Miles of Fort Wayne, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ohmit, Wednes day. Mrs. Alice Demaree of the Indian apolls schools, and Miss Mary Butler, of Dublin were here in attendance at the funeral of Mrs. Louisa V. Boyd, Thursday. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. White while in the city. Miss Ralzie Tout is spending several days with Hagerstown friends and at tending the Fair. Miss Mildred Doney spent Tuesday in Richmond. . Mrs. Lydia Huddleson has returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Gilmore, of Muncie. Howard Elliot, and son, Robert, of New Castle, visited friends in this place, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bryan attended the wedding of John F. Richmond and Miss Toss Elliot of New Castle, yester day. Miss Elliot is well known in Cambridge City, having visited here frequently. The trimmings of the Public School Building are receiving a fresh coat of paint, which adds greatly to the ap pearance of that structure. The Little Giants will play the New Lisbon team at Capitol Hill Park Sun day afternoon as a curtain raiser. This will be fori owed by ' the Cambridge City Grays against the Atkins team of Indianapolis. Mrs. Charles Mar son has returned from Indianapolis where she accom panied her sister, Mrs. Ollie Wood, of Richmond, who underwent an opera tion for tumor at the Deaconess Hos pital. , The work on the walk, leading to the Riverside Cemetery, is being push ed by Contractor Hooten. Israel Morrey represents the Committee, as Inspector. Mrs. Roscoe Griffith and daughters Maurine and Helen, of Muncie, are vis iting relatives and friends in this place. :.: Mrs. Abraham Biven of Pittsburg, is at Evansdale Farm, assisting in the care of her mother. Mrs. Evans, who has been critically ill. George Boden and his guests, the Misses Ruth and May MeConkey of Tipton, spent Thursday with Mrs. Jo sephine MeConkey of Dublin. The Misses Clifford and Katherine Richmond, of West Liberty, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.. J. Shelton'of Colum bus. Ohio, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bryan. Mrs. J. E. Brooks and daughter. Bes sie, hare returned from a two weeks' outing at Bay View and Petoskey. Walter Lawson, Jr has gone to Chi cago for a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murray, of Hag erstown, were Cambridge City visit ors, Thursday. to housekeeping in the F. K. Evert ; property on Pottawatomie street. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Carpenter and daughter, Mildred, attended the Hag erstown Fair, Thursday. Among the friends from other places in attendance at the funeral of Mrs. Boyd were Mrs. Mary West, a sister from Ada. Ohio, Miss Kate Austin, of Centervllle, Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Bond, of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. . Louis Hurst of Connersville, Mrs. Grace Ju lian Clark of Indianapolis, Mrs. J. V. H. Koons, and daughter. Garnett of Muncie, Mrs. Junius Knipe of Kokomo. Cambridge people wUl regret to learn "that Mr. and Mrs. Brook Legg will soon leave this community. Mr. Legg has purchased a small farm near Hagerstown. and will take possession the first of September. A number of persons from this place attended the Hagerstown Fair, Thurs day. Among the number were Fred Storch, John Beard. Claud Kitterman, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Shew, Mrs. George Drischel and a number of others. John E. Gray has returned much de lighted with his Eastern trip and bringing with him a number of inter esting souvenirs of the journey. Miss Ella Callahan has returned to New York'-City, after having visited friends in this place and Lewisrille. TO AILING WOMEN Little Sound Advice Will Help Many a Sufferer In Richmond. No woman can be healthy and well if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that pass off in the secretions when the kid neys are well, are retained in the body when the kidneys are sick. Kidneys and bladder become inflamed and swol len and worse troubles quickly follow, This is often the true cause of bearing down pains, lameness, backache, side ache, eta Uric poisoning also causes headaches, dizzy spells, languor, nerv ousness and rheumatic pain. When 'suffering so, try Doan's Kid ney Pills, a remedy that cures sick kidneys. You will get better as the kidneys get better, and health will re turn when the kidneys are well. Let Richmond woman tell you about Doan's Kidney Pills. Mrs. Augusta A. Smith, Earlham College, Richmond, Ind., says: "I bad kidney complaint and was in a general run down condition. The kidney se cretions were distressing and scanty in passage and often a brickdust sedi ment was noticeable in them. Several years ago I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and they benefited me so greatly that I have no hesitation in recom mending them to persons similarly af flicted." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. His Qualifications. He was pleading his cause earnestly "I am wealthy," be said, "and could make ample provision for you. She nodded and checked one point off on her fingers. "I have had experience with the world." he continued. She checked eff another point. "I have passed the frivolous point,' he went en. "and I bare the steadfast ness, the age and the wisdom to guard and guide yon well." He paused for an answer. "The points yon make are strong ones." she said, "bat they lead underlat lngly to the conclusion that you would make an excellent father for me. Ton have all the necessary qualifications. but just now I am looking for a hus band." New York Ti Considerate. "Have yon done anything to earn tha gratitude of the people?" "Yes." answered Senator Sorghum, 'although they don't kaow about ic have let them off of' a lot of speeches I was tempted to make." Washington Star. THIS WEEK Emmons Tailoring Co. will show the New Fall Styles in Suitings this week. The styles for the fall are very attractive. Neat plaids and stripes will be worn, also blue serges Venetian ciotn ana untinished wor steds In plain colors. There are also Scotch mixtures and decidedly pretty are certain English effects in which a distinctive pattern is produced by two tones of the same color blending in to the design. A cordial invitation is extended to all to see the new fall styles. Fine suits. $15, $18, $20. Roond Trip to Atlantic City, FJ. J. Via The C C& L. Bdtitaore fi OIiio Q. R. Tliarsday9 Ago- 12 Train leaves Richmond 520 a. m. and 420 p. m. Stop over on return trip at Phila delphia, Baltimore, Washington, Deer Park, Harpers Ferry. &c Final limit for return to leave des tination August 2ft. Ym particulars call C A. BLAIR, Pass, and Ticket Agent. Richmond. HEW RECORD FOR NUMBER OF BIRDS This Year More Wild Birds in Indiana Than for Fif teen Years. S A GENERAL INCREASE MANY ARRESTS HAVE BEEN MADE BY THE GAME DEPUTIES OF PERSONS WHO HAVE VIOLATED THE GAME LAWS. Indianapolis, Ind., July Sa Accord ing to reports received by E. E. Earle, chief deputy fish and. game commis sioner from all of the counties and townships in the state where his as sistants have visited since early sum mer indicate that there has not been at any time within the past twenty years as many birds as there are at this time. Hawks, crows, English sparrows and birds of prey are the on ly birds that are not protected by law and all other birds can not be killed at any time during the year. The in crease in the number of birds include all of the species found in the state. The fish and game laws have been- rig idly enforced for the last fifteen years and Mr. Earle says this is responsible for the increase. . Notable Increase. One of the most notable increases' is found in the red bird. Mr. Earle says dozens of them are found now where in former years there was scarcely one. Many arrests have been made by the deputies throughout the state of persons who have violated the bird laws and in nearly every instance the violator has been fined. The bird must be killed before a prosecution will Btick. Mr. Earle is a great friend of the woodpecker. He says the bird does not injure trees, as is commonly suppos ed, but that it kills many insects and pests that would do the tree harm if they were allowed to remain. He points out that during the years when there were few birds in Indiana thous ands of fine trees died In the Indiana forests, but that now, since the birds, especially the woodpeckers are pro tected, the trees are saved. Are Many Quails. Qualis also will be numerous this year, says Mr. Earle. Rabbits are scarce because of the wet weather. Mir. Earle says there Is more game In Indiana now than there has been for many years, because of the strict enforcement of the game laws, and he says that it will increase each year. so Ions as the laws are enforced. There will be no prairie chicken shoot ing, however, for six years, the last session of the legislature having enact ed a law closing the season for that length of time in order to give them a chance to increase in numbers. A Night Rider's Raid. The worst night rrders are calomel. croton oil or aloes pills. They raid your bed to rob you of rest. ' Not so with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They never distress or inconvenience, but always cleanse the system, curing Colds, Headache. Constipation. Ma laria, 25c. at A. G. Luken it Co. HAD GOOD YIELD. Milton, Ind., July 3f. Joe Burris, living east of town-, had one field of wheat to make an average yield of 28 bushels to the acre The quality is excellent. Removed from Richmond Ave. to Until August 1 , 1 COO, tvo will matto all connocttono from our maino to your collar FREE. Richmond Heafl G. For partieularo King Picrptmt tho first And the Trust That VTSH Control All Other IVczta. Let the Eacle scream ; The greatest republic in the world may point with pride to the greatest monarch in the wsrtd : Morgan, Monarch el Atacricm Emperors and Czars and Kings may have empty titles . but Morgan has mere real poster than any other man on the face of the globe. , . " Hot talk for such hot weath er T do we hear you say ? Every ward of it founded en fact as you can see for yourself by reading John L. Mathews article, "The Trust That Will Control All the Trusts. Math ews has followed the trial of the scores yes, hundreds f elec tric, gas, traction and water power corporations that are busy in every section of the country; and the path leads directly back to 23 Wall St., the throne of King Pierpont the First. The great water power trust that is grouping ks parts together . under Morgan's roof is so br, ' so stupendously important that none of us can appreciate its full meaning. It will control farm ing, manufacturing and trans portation and every one of us will be tailed on every article necessary to life. , Mathews has already stirred, the country - by bis preceding ' articles ; this one is so important that you must read it ana urge your friends to read it. YouH find it in that new magazine that every one is talk ing about HAMPTON'S MAGAZINE AUGUST ON SALE NOW Washington D.C NerroPmr. mdis Judge Harris IKckaon tells why, in a masterful contri bution to the Negro Question. What 8,000,000 Women Went Rheta Childe Dorr tens of the Sreat work of women in the last ecade. The Kings of Coney Island Story of a man who realized that people will spend millions for pleasure where they won't spend cents for instruction. "Tfu Wood Bx " by Gouver neur Morris, a story of the Lost Dauphin, charmingly told in Mr. Morris's delightful style. And other splendid vmcmSion Action by Elmer daney Harris, O. Henry, Myra Kelly and Ger trude Allen, G. W. Ogden, etc aWy it HAJCTOTO MAGAZrlSswYsfk 207 N. 9th. Changed Phone No. 145S. i0 Ligntt, Porjec - tolophono 12G7 TOD Ycr CcZa In having your home fitted mo with sanitary plumbing you want the material and the most expert you can get for your money. Tc be sure of getting it when we are re sponsible. Our repn tattoo, for. relia bility has never been impeached, aad never will be when yon depend on . 15 cents CET3. with tar. and Mm Cambridge City have MX. aad Us. Lsss Clark Boos Talephos 20G2 ,