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TTIE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY J ONE 20, 1007. WELL WATER IS FOUND IMPURE, Village of North Bennington Disturbed over Laboratory Reports. ALL SAMPLES CONDEMNED, 3Vo Wnlcr fiyslciii Houses Supplied by Wrlli 15 of Tlirnr, Including One on Common mill n( .School Krlilrncr I'nst mill 1'rcn on( l'ollilllou. Bennington, June 14. Tho village of North Pennington Is considerably dls turbed over the reports that havo been received from tlio State tnliomtory In re lation to Its water Mipplly. Samples of water from 15 different wells were for Avnrded and the ippotts that eame hack were that thoro were evidence of past and .nrescnt pollution In every Instance. The village Has no water f-ystcm and the largo majority of the houses are sup plied from wells. Among the samples that rhowed fie presence of pollution were I no? o from the well on the common, from which a large number of people In the Inimedlitc vlrlnlty secure their water fjr domest.c purposes, and also the well which supplies the. pupils of the schools. There la already one ease of typhoid In town, GRANTED WRIT OF ERROR. llurllngliiii HemlerliiK Co. Case Xon Ours In lr. S. Supreme Court. Mon-tpe'ler, June M -Chief Judge John AA Rowoll was in town this morning and granted a writ of error In the case against the Burlington Rendering company. This rase w 11 now gn to United States Supreme Court to test the constitu tionality of the la.w passed it t the opening of thn Legislature of ir". which would Ympel the Burlington Rendering enm pany iml nil corporations to produce hooks and papers in court when requested fo to do by proper officials. Service of notice on the State In this writ of error was accepted by Attorney-General C. C. Puts. Attorney Hutchinson of Hoton represented the rendering company here to-day. ADDISON COUNTY COURT. Verdict of 8100 nml Costs In Atkins . Huldwlu. MIddlobury, Juno 14. In addlson county court to-day the case of George A. Atkins vs. Albert X. Baldwin took up all day. In this case the plalntlif, a resident of I,incoln, sued the defend ant, who Is now a resident of Monk ton, hut formerly of Lincoln, to re cover $1T,0 Interest nnd costs, on a note frlvcn by the defendant to his brother, Jay N. Baldwin, in IPO.',, and subse quently coming into the possession of tho plaintiff. There were many pe culiar features in the caso which was largely n family nfTalr, involving suits and counter suits between the parties in justice courts and the county court. The case went to tho jury at 4:30 and at r:20 a verdict for tho plaintiff to recover $1 BS.Ofi damages and costs was rendered. Adjournment was taken till nine o'clock to-morrow morning. LAMOILLE COUNTY COURT. Compromise of I'oss . Smltli Case Talk ot $i,r,oo pniii. Hyde T.irk, Juno 14. Lamoille coun ty court opened this morning with the case of Wilbur H. Jones vs. Town nf Hyde Park. Decision was reserved. Ernest Foss vs. II. A. Hill and Ida L. Hill and Tr., a ease of assumpsit and foreclosure In tho sum ot $300. De cision reserved. A compromise was effected yesterday in Fuss vs. .Smith, and the case was settled and discon tinued, eacli party paying his own costs. It is understood that Smith pays Foss J 1,500 to settle. William Liable nf Cambridge came Into court yesterday afternoon and pleaded guilty to giving away Intoxicating lliiuor. Ho was sentenced to pay a flno of $300 or tilti-rnato s' litenci' and put under pro bation ofllcer for good behavior. ST. ALBANS BOY ROBBED. Lost IJ1S In Cash As IteMllI of n Cell' lirallnii Thugs Arrested. Boston, Mass., June 14 Clay Loomls of St Albans, Vt attempted to celebrate his year's residence in Boston with tho result that he was choked and robbed by three strangers. Loomls Is u Boston Ele vated conductor on tho Forest Hill lines. In Jamacla Plains there is u gang that Is known as the Keeyos gang and It was three of tho gang's members that ap proached Loomls told him It was a pleasant day, then while ono held him, tho other two went through his pockets and look $1S. Tho man pleaded for mcrey. In answer ho was taken to a vacant houso and as ft farewell greeting tho members ot tho gang chocked him Into unconsciousness. On being revived loomls gavo a des cription of his assnlllants. Tho three thugs -were latter arrested and identified b7 Loomls. MUDDLED MEMORIES. Among tho gems of tho recent collection of Kdioolboy "howlers" are tho following, sayi the Kanwis City Journal: Oharnn was a man who fried soles over tbo sticks. The 'heart Is over tho ribs In the midst of tho borax, Tho thermomoter Is an Instrument for measuring temperance. The snow line stretches from tho North Polo to tho South Pols, and wheru It crosses the Alps and tho Himalayas It Is many thousand fect high In tho air. "Honl solt qui mal y pense," Let him he honored who thinks evil. A toga Is a sort of naval officer usually found In China or Japan. Contralto Is a low sort of muslo which only ladle-a sing. REVISED VERSION. All things In nature harmonize, Wo may be uro of that; Birds ln their llttlo nests agree And ' an a hat. New York Sun. Get your five gether, then all the grocer's for SuZu ! I the ginger snap that has broken all records. NEW YORK FASHION LETTER The Summer Girl's OnllU Vlie .Shan tung Frocks for This Season Are Attractive. The Shantung frocks that nro being made up for summer are very attractive. The garnitures that are most a la mode Is dllet lace, the coarse genre that close ly resembles net worked over. It Is really a modllleatlon of old-world mosquito net ting witli finer mesh. Used for yokes, for mnptl nf fcln. flr sliltt tllo flllft Is charming A dress docs not need a large (inanity to secure a good solid color. Tho fabric seems to take all colors In dyes, and Is most seductive In Nattier blue, in groseille or gooseberry, In cyclamen pink and In serpent green. The new color, ronllle, appears to embrace all tho others, for it mlirlit be almost anvthlnir ono choose to call it. horderlng closely npnn buff, cotton goods of It are about ns pretty as silk, or woolen. Quantities of rusty gold are put upon summer gowns.whether In braids or (em- hrolderv. The idea Is a nrettv one.for. harmonizing with everythlng.it lights up a color and paradoxical as it may sound rob": It at the same time of any loudness when It Is remembered how long tlie rasn nnd a spring gown often appears too fit ' has been popular, and white and blue even when the warm days of sjtmmof costume in serge has not lost Its hold on have rome. Some silver is In evidence popular fnncy. A very effective serge suit but for popularity it has no place with white has a plain skirt, but so perfect gold ly is its cut and does It hang that it draws Coututlers are putting so much gar- nlture about the armholes of corsages that It is almurt absurd. Often tho round piece stands out a full quarter of a yard under the sleeve. This is effect- lve and agreeable for the slender woman h 't for the woman who longs to be rid of forty pound' more or less It is poor consolitatlon for a as a matter of fact, extra bouffancy Increases the flguro even a little of It, to an alarming de- can be done In black. This model, how gree. Most of the styles Invented, past, ever, looks best made up In white or some and present, have heen for the Lydia Languish type, and the beauty of plump- ness lias no Influence on the schemes ot designer and drnper. Vests are quite a feature of the new sumer gowns. Any amount of work Is put upon them though we see those of striped or plaid shantung ornamented solely with smoked or plain white pearl buttons. The most chle, piobably are thne In embroidered pique. Often times the vest Is made with a cotton back and sleeveless nnd again, it is stitched in under of corsage, to lo removed when cleaned. The searlet and green vests are both very elegant, and with morning edstumes wc sec very many of tnem. Coarse nlapaca resembling granite cloth will he much used for traveling. This Is self trimmed, Is made with a trot teuse skirt, as the French call the new walking skirt, and Is generally worn with along, plain coast with pockets across the bust. When buttons are employed, I It will be thoe eonored with cloth, but big whit i pearl buttons are so elegant and so becoming so sought for that more than probably by midsummer they will he largely used by all. l'yi ry da now sees more new fashions in tho smart street costumes, especially tbn.-e Intended for afternoon wear. Tho plainer tailored gowns for tho morning .. ... ui on o' same oi.ier, moro or less, but t l.e more elegant fashions, suit- ( able for the afternoon are to be seen in great variety. The three-piece costume skirt, waist and coat to correspond are this year considered tho smartest, Tho coat Is short and more or less fanelfullv trimmed. Bometlmes the gown Is of ono material and the coat nf another and at present tho fancy silk coats aro most popular. To be original seems to bo the aim and end of the designer. They try vari ous methods to obtain effective results. Cph or veiling skirts with short brnld- ed doth jackets find many enthulsasts who exclaim over tho beauty and orlgl-, nniity of design. Veiling gowns, with heavllv braided silk or cloth tackets nre nmnne- ini, fashions, and here again thorn is onnor- tunitv for color schemes win, nut on,i A brown veillntr ninde on over n innM, lighter shad of brown has a cloth Jacket of the lighter shade, almost entirely covered with an Intricate pattern of soutache braid, tho. belt, if there is a belt ,,.,. i f a m w .t, ,.. tint of' contrast among tho ' different browns. Of necessity the braided Jackets nre expensive for tho work Is done by hand. but. again. It is possible to ado,, this same fashion. There can bo less braid and wider used, and tho pattern chosen can bo a simpler design. design Colored silk coats, with hats to match, are again to bo In fashion. Certainly tho stylo Is an effective ono nnd at the samo time is practical, for with a smart llttlo coa and hat a gown that In self lack mini li, Ihnl frtn it.i wn I, I r a ft nsv, I , , nn n quality, that renders it ineffective can bo trans-formed into a most charming cos. turne. Last summer the fashion was nt temnpted but so badly carried out that it met with llttlo success. Now It Is being revived again, but with manlsh changes and bids faJr to be popular. Again nil tho now shades of brown can he utilized and the brown hats, for tho moment nro supremo. But they aro being closely fol lowed by tho new shades of blue which aro bo effective that it will not long be fore every woman thinks It essential to her happiness to wear a blue hat with a long blue Jacket. Tho gown Hsolf in that caro should ho of blue, but ot a Hg-hter shade. Another striking feature of the present modes, both for tailor gowns and cos tumes, will be the universal prevelanco of stripes, chiefly, perhaps In black and whlto and In gray nnd white, which i,( m 1h n,, ,niMn. w- M 1 'senses" to aboard for 'hem o'i all sldc and In every material, running simply in a downward direction, for Mies horizontally, or again diagon ally, or yet again witli carefully mitred points. A vast amount of Ingenuity has been expended on tho designing of these striped gowns, and In many Instances they are trimmed only with wide strap pings of the materials, and In which the. stripes run horizontally, bordered with other strappings of tho narrower width, cut on the cross, so that tho stripes come out diagonally, and In this way form a vcr' effective scheme of decoration, Shantung silk with stripes In chestnut brown or cre.-un pilk will make delightful , . . ..... , ... .,, ' ' "iilo stripes In palo shades of pink, green or mauve and blue on a white ground, J'laln Mrt with much trimmed coats are oimMdercd extremely smart this f-cas- . and are m many inueieni colors ami fabrics. The light weights In cloth nnd serge in solid colors are tne moil general- " 1,s,'d for this style, and until ngni nun llnrk color Is In demand, mere 1 always a demand for white and blue gowns in this order .and strange as it may seem attention and admiration at a glance. The Jacket has a loose back, indeed is looe lifting back and front nnd yet Is cut to Indlcnto the lines of the figure and is In the sack coat order. Short, yet It hides the waist line nnd Is slashed at the side seams. It is trimmed elaborately with braid of the some color, unless a color like dark blue has been chosen for the gown, In which case the braiding light or hright shade. Til'' new reds are attractive, but the giays nnd different tones of whlto are fashionable most fashionable of nil. This model may be copied both In silk and linen as so much use of braiding and lace can be employed to make It effective and expensive, Adopting the models of different tna- terlals Is an att In Itself and one that nnvnn wUn a little care and thought ,,nn oaplh. loarn. Holding is u.-od on all klllds of materials so one can not go far a.trav n copying a cloth gown, and one ,, (lll"p. y!ic ,n tllo 11Pe of rmt,roldery and ,,lC0 wlR.n ,t ,s ronlclnberel how silk fi ?f(1 on cloth anil clnth 0 silki vplvet on nlmPV la(,0, clotl, nn mucins, silks on thc ,nfn?i whpr0 jB tlP spr,t tnat one riul if m tr,tn nmi coloring be well looked to. Vjiiiv of Ihn nretlv w.iH:tnr shirts flits Fpaf!)m .lre of vollp r Pnnama doth, ,a)n v,m, ,lgllml. An innumberablo soft, ,. ,,., ln .. .,. i.ou utlfut soring colorings, prnlds, stripes and mixtures aro now used In the greatest profusion. Any f the-o will bo effective made up with pleats pressed into position from there to the hem. The model for this stylo was in dull green figured voile, trim med around the bottom with bias bands ot toffeta Kill;. Tho Imported models all show gray pleated deigns side-pleated, ,,ox-pleated. and pleated in clusters or ,vUn pI(.ateJa ,l!lnels sot T1)cs0 ,,,,..lts i give such a good opportunity to secure tho desired fulness n.rnund the bottom of the skirt that they are very popular. CATHERINE M ANN-PA YZANT Tlio Kuock-out Blow. The blow which knocked out Corbett was a revelation to tho prize fighters. From tho earliest days of tho rlne the knock-out blow was aimed for tho Jaw, ,1)0 temple or the jugular vein. Stomach I punches wore thrown ln to worry and weary the fighter, but If a scientific man had told one of the old fighters that the most vulnerable spot was tho region of lue stomach, he'd havo laughed at him I for an ignoramus. Dr. Plcrco Is brlnelna H9H:to th. Public a parallel fact; that thl sWDBdHJs the most vulnerable organ oul ot be PVrlng as well as In It, Wo protectliurJitSHs, throats, feet and lungs, out incNPWKicsiiNive are utterly indlucr et tO, Until dlseUnds the Solar plexus " u ? girJ'U' J 1 gfocM fo'ifo BMLJl! g&V.flmM f,t:a . nZ.u , , ,tZ."., ' ' vun owiuaLH) lUUIBCSilUIJ, ur dyspepsia, torpid liver, bad, thin and Im pure blood and other diseases of the or gans of digestion and nutrition. fThAunnUlAtt ATn.llnol nierfiirnp1tna D ; flc curatvo oftect upon all 'mucous gurfaces and bones euros catarrh, no I 7 ' matter where located or what stage It may have reacbod. In Nasal Catarrh It Is well to cleanse the passages with Or, Sage's Catarrh Remedy fluid while using the "Discovery " as a constitutional rem' edy. Why tho "Golden Medical DIscoV' ery" cures catarrhal diseases, as of tho stomach, bowels, bladder and other pelvic organs win do plain to you u you win read a booklet of extracts from the writ Ings of eminent medical authorities, en dorsing Its Ingredients and explaining their ouratlve properties. It Is mailed free on request Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo. N, Y. Thla booklot gives all the Ingredients entering Into Dr. Pierce's medicines from which It will bo seen that they contain not a drop of alcohol, pure, triple-refined glycerine being used instead, Dr. Plorco's great thousand-page urns- i "ft?6? Wn0 uMea'c' AaviBM 1 wlU. M"t free, papor-bound, for 21 one- stamps, or cieui.uouna ior u stamp HEAVY TAXPAYERS Names of Those Who Pay on $10,- 000 and Over. Well A nlelinriNim Company nt tin Head nf the !,!(, it Hit Hie. Chncc MI1N Second Figures from Anrnnorn' Itccnril. on Monday morning at nlno o'clock. Tlio board ot assessors filed tho grand list for 1907 Saturday. Tho lists of J10.000 and over follow- HattJo II. Adams $ 41,600 E. 8. Adslt Coal Co 22,-ISl E. R. Adslt 12,fe0 Allen-nartlett .Shoe Co gl,)7 Ellon V. Allen estate 2i,W) H. W. Allen &. Co Sn,Sl(i Loulso A. 8. Allen 4fi,(nn Arbuekle Co ".'i.TSl John A. Arthur estate 12.3M Sarah E. Austin 2.",0'jO X. T. Austin 11,200 Anna Habcoek V2,'M Rebecca V. linker 11,000 Anna J. Rallard 12,fi0 A. K. Ifallatd estate ll.o.Oil Louis AVlieeler Harbour 12,r,i Lewis M. Harrows 31, CO) Mary L. Harrows 2r,a) Nellie a. Earstmv S,40fl Carlos Haxter estate 10,000 Cornelia Bench 29,0."2 Pocr.ites Reach cstato 52,000 K. O. Rcaupro r,6,3o0 Nettlo L. Rellrose 14,f,0i CI. Benedict estate 18,05", (!. (1. nnd H. L. Benedict 24,0X V. D. Berry 21,200 Berr" Hall ft Co 10,332 Mary V. P. Hillings 11,100 Alma M. Bingham 11,500 L. M. and A. M. Bingham 20,250 Sarah K. Blodgctt 13.000 Emllle Bonnett 22,0 E. J, BtKith 51,400 J. R. Booth 55.OO0 Mary K. "owers 15,000 Anna P. Boynton 10,000 fiardner Brewer 10,175 C. C. Hrlggs 20,750 Helen M, Brlggs 10,575 Brlnsma-ld & Hlldreth ll.OiO D. A. Brodle estate lf.,237 Horace J. Brooks 21,400 r.1len I). Brown 20,975 Fannlo N. Brown 1S.S00 C. V. Brownell nml 11. C. Hiwley.. 171 A. A. ft M. W. Bllell 52,300 Lucy M. Bundy 22.OU0 Agnes H. Burgess 22,000 Burlington Light ft P..wcr Co 30,009 Burlington Drug Co. 29,053 Burlington Flouring Co 13,917 Burlington Cis Light Co 125,000 Burlington Grocery Co Cti.OOl Burlington Rendering c0 12,910 Burlington Savings b.i"k 0CW) Burlington Trust Co SO.fii) Burlington Venetian li'lnd Co 55,151 Helen L. Burrltt estat- 12,000 John H. and Mary E. Brynes 17,475 Walter Carpenter estate 14,118 Chace Mills 17S.C50 Champlair. Manufacturing Co 42A05 Citizens' Coil Co 12,500 Lillian S .Clement 13,500 Ormond Cole 11,231 A. S. Cummins, trustee 10.0A) I. M. Cl.irko 29,700 Marion DeF. Clark 2,oe) A. E. ft L. K. Clt'hirHit . ,. l.S'Kl Jerome M.'Clonreo 10,361 Mary A. Collison 1S.200 It-ora L. Conger 11,400 Consumers' Tee Co 11.S00 John H. Converso 22.000 11. N. Coon and Eliza J. Coon 25,nO0 P. II. Corley 32,60.) W. ft D. O. Crane '. 64,722 D. G. Crane 35.129 Wlllard Crane 42,616 Crano Bros, ft Pope 13.S14 Crystal Confectionery Co IO.Oiji) A, S. Cummilns. trustee 20,000 Emma E. Curtis 50,200 G. Evans 10.300 R. E. Davis 31,550 Georgo M. Delaney 35,500 John S. Derway : 20,250 A. J. Heyette ... 12,350 Philip F. Dolan estato 10,750 Helen L. Uoutney and Mattle F. Johnson , 19,000 L. S. Drew 12.730 Edward Dwyer li.ono Mary B. H. F.morsnn 15,0,j William If. Englepby 30.91S Mary R. Englesby 29.5W Ethan Allen club 1S.000 (S. Evans 10,300 Ferguson ft Adslt Co l.i.m Maria J. Finnegan 13.2W First Congregittlon.il society (I'nl- tarlan) 21,50.) J. J. Flvnn 41.' Freo Press association 40,000 Freo Press Printing Co 35,000 J, H. Gates H'J,,J'i Walter B. Gates 33,900 C, E. Germain lb.'Jiu J. A. Gibson 13,050 J. W. Goodell H.6S5 W. E. Greene Co 12,161 Henry Greene 32,350 Grace E. Grlswold f'),w Lucia E. L. Hagar 1S,2.) Sarah C. and Mary L.. Hagar 10,00i) Georgo A. Hall 37,000 Genrglanna Hanna ID-Oi") Seneca Ilasolton KMSH) J, B. Henderson 17,100 W. J. Henderson 13.200 Harriet W. Illckolc 40.W Horatio Hlckok Co 61.SS! II. P Hlckok estate 31,550 Marie Hlckok estato 17,771 John E. llognn 40,400 Henry Holt .o Holton Hurdwaro Co 1S.050 Howard National bank 40,000 Haiti W. Howe 11.200 Jennio F Hoyt 2--,375 Itura W. Howe 13,2ft', A, O, Humphrey J l.H.-o Maria B. Hungerford 26,050 Hannah Hyland nnd Elizabeth H. MoKannon 1.000 Margaret A. Hylind 14, 200 Maria B, Hyland 12,100 Maria I. Hyland and Elizabeth H. McKanna 10,000 W. C, A, S. and E. S. Ishnm 23.S50 C. Isham l-'.'OO Bertha Wolls Jackwm 20,S25 Mary E. Jocelyn 20,000 Luclnda M. Johnson 10,250 Fred Johonnott 13.050 B. S. Jones eitato 19,856 Martha J. H. Jones 11,600 Jones & Isliam 20,536 Robert Kamber 20.000 Oeorgo W. Kelley 15,035 Paniol Kern ostuto 23.825 E. B. Kimball ,'. 2S.133 Esther S. Klngsland 12,000 J. E. Lanou 31,865 J. H. nnd J. R. Loekwood 11,091 Lowell Fertiliser Co C0,0n0 AV. B. iund 26,100 Ellas Lyman 19,675 Ellas Lyman and wlfo 12,000 Ellas Ljinnn Coal Co 51,924 Florence Lyman 11,325 J, W. MeAttslan Co 19,699 Mary Maerk 19,610 A. C. and Mary McBrldo 10,300 Masonic TompIo , 60,000 Martin Meagher 10,103 Charles N, Mead estate 12,500 Merchants National bank 43,!wO Metropolitan Life Insnranco Co 39,373 J. O. Middlebrook & Sons 15,451 Louisa K. Mitchell and Carollno Klngsland . , 13.000 James E. Mooney 11,700 Clarcnco Morgan .' 31,250 Julia E, Morgan 20,075 Morgan Bros 12,910 Oeorgo Morton estato 17,71? Emory O .Mower 1u,ft!5 Northern Provision Co 12.0O0 Thomas H. Murphy 33.000 Hanlel Murmy LS,500 Henry J. Nolson 24,703 J. V, nnd Mary A. O'Sulllvtm 10.SO1 rank II. Parker 11,000 Rosetto H, Ordway 16,700 Mary H, Pease 26.550 Cicero O. Peck 17,925 Estate Harriot C. Peck 73,00 Louise T, Peck 22,000 Agnes L. Peck 4S,32. Hella J. Pelrco 21,275 Helen M. Perclval 10,000 Isaac Perlman 17,625 'erfectlon Overgalter Co 10, W0 2tta L. Perkins 2:!,3'1 11. M. Phelps estato 13,200 Mary II. Phelps 20,000 Susan S. C. Piatt 14,050 Anna M. Popo 15,000 Heniy Powell "fl.230 Oeorglana Powell 23,9'") Mat L. Powell Dl,4t Myra B. Powers 17,000 O. S. Prcsbrcy 16,500 Mary II. Prime 10,500 Queen City Cotton Co 176,673 O. P. Ray 10,035 H, H. Road estate 23,700 G. Reed 15,225 I. G. lle'il ft Co 20,999 W. O. Reynolds .. 14,900 Th(in,is Reeves 21,105 A. E. Richardson S1,725 Frances A. Richardson 47,950 John 11. RoUirgo 16,50) Minnie E. Roberts 59,354 Robert Roberts 10,236 1. A. Robinson 77.K93 Robinson, I7i wards Iumber Co S9.7S7 Ira "'iissel estato 14,800 Ira P. Russoll 1S.300 M. L. Sanborn 1G.40O Sarah II. V. Shaw 2S.500 B. B. Smalley 29,0m) R. Q. Bevcrson 35,250 B. R, Seymour 15,044 Charles Seymour osjtato 1S.500 H, B, Shaw and Fanny Shaw Pope, trustees 11,8C,S Shepard ft Morse Lumber Co 78,2X a. D. Sherwln 12,900 H. E. Sibley 10,200 AVIllhim Smith and wife 10,500 P. Smith C3,S50 Sarah M. and Bertha J. Smith 10,200 C. L. Soule ft Co ll.OuO I. L. Southwlck 2G,40i) Sam Sparha.wk 27,450 hmma J. Hpauldlng 1S.403 M. Spauldlng estato CG,SC3 Ernest .1. Spauldlng 21.171 Frank B. Spauldlng 10,459 S. and Alleo L. Spear 10,27 Spauldlng, Kimball Co 56,095 O. C. Stacy 30.900 Standard Coal ft Ico Co 13,950 Standard Oil Co 21.647 N. Sternberg! IS.000 Herald Stevens 14,775 Charles Stone 12,6i)0 H. P. Stowe estato 17 690 Swift ft Co 35 L. M. D. Taft 11.000 Antha O. Taft ay Ellhu H. Taft 22,339 J. E. Taggart 14,450 u. c Taylor ft Co 23 976 The Baldwin Refrigerator Co f.3.653 The G. S. Blodgott Co 57.395 Tho W. E. Greene Co 14.6S2 The E. J, Thomas Grocery Co 11.0S1 The Old Bee Hive 27.105 B. Turk ft Brother company 10,263 B. and L. H. Turk 21.35) Mrs. Emory C. Turk 13,000 A. C. Tut tin estate 11,129 Elizabeth A'an Meonan 15,050 W. J. A'an Patten 56 991 Vermont Shado Roller Co 2S.S02 AV. S. A'ineont 17,700 Sanford Wagor estato 12,000 H. L. AVnrd 12,613 Lena Belle AVnlkor 33,000 O, J. AValker Bros 22.3o) O. J. AValker estate 2S.S00 F. AV. AA'ard and wlfo 17,2"U lionise R, Word 11,500 AV. Seward AVobb 32,0m) AVelch Bros. Maplo Co 40,000 William E. AWller 15,700 Arahanna AVells estato 90,343 Edward AVells estate 11?,77l Eflle E. Wells 46.510 Frank R, AVells r.'i.W Fred H, Wells 35,973 It. ft F. G. R. Wells 18,000 Henry Wells 11S.61I Mrs. Mary E. AVells 47,457 AVells ft Richardson Co 184,n7 J. J. ft J. F. Whelan 65,450 Ellen B. AVheeler 12,500 Constance R. Wheeler 13,00il J. R, Wheeler 21, 250 T. A. AVheolock 13,9'S AV. H. S. AVhltcomb estate 18,000 A. C. AVhltlng 31,736 E. B. ft A. C. AVhltlng 21.53.1 Abbie L. AVhltney 21,300 Emma A. AVhltney 11,500 q. N. AVUlard estate 12,312 ,. J. AA'lllard estate ll.OnO John AA'ilson 19.53) W. H. Wingate H.;) Joscphino II. AVlres 27,5'15 AVIres ft Bryant 20.0 Cynthia M. AVood 12,659 U. A. AVoodbury 116,3') U, A. AA'oodbury, J. J. Flynn and E. C. Mower 25,OiVl C. W. Woodhouso 15S.1I) L. E. AA'oodhouso S9.36J G. D, Wright 1S.650 II. E. AV right et als 3J,t) Alma E. AVrlght 12.W0 Cora A. Young 12,5 William Zottman 15,500 A healthy man Is a king ln his own right-, an unhealthy man Is an un happy slave, llurdoc.lt Blood Hitters builds up sound health keeps you well. KNEAV II1S OAVN IIACE. Moses AVilllams, an Indian, who lives In Hortou, Kan., lost his railroad ticket at Kansas City Star. Ho told Lee Mitchell tho depot master, that his ticket had leen stolen and that two of his companions, also Indians, were mlsrlng. "Go through your pockets," suggested Mitchell, "perhaps you have overlooked It." The Indian searched his pocket, but all ho could find was a halt pint of whisky. Ho had no money. "I guess ytAir Indian frlond stole your ticket," said Mitchell, "Huns Indian steal whlRkey nrst," re plied tho Indian. "White man got it." i.-NDON'S MATINEE GIRLS (From tho Lady's notorial.), I have heard peoplo marvel at tho num ber of women and girls as who llnod time to attend the matinees at tho Ixindon the atres,, and even watt outsldo tho doors for hours to obtain good seats In tho cheaper parts, f must confess that tho phenomenon "gives furiously to think" In theso strenuous times, when so many women mako such n point ot taking life WORKING WOMEN, WHAT THEY SHOULD KNOW MR5.5A0IE ABBOTT Women for the moat part spend their lives at home, nnd It Is these women who aro willing nnd ambitious that their homes shnll bo ltept nent tvnd protty, their children well dressed and tidy, who do their own cooking, sweeping, diiHtiiifr nnd often washing , ironlu"; and sowing for thc entire family, who call for our sympathy. Truly the worlt of such a woman is "never done'' find is it any wonder that sho breaks down at tho end of a few years, the back boffins to nche, there la a dlspln cement, inflammation or ulceration of thc abdominal organs, 11 female weakness is brought on, uud the struqrglo of thai wife and mother to continue her duties is pitiful. Lydla U. Pltikhnin'.. Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and neros, is the exact medicine a woman needs whose strength is. over taxed, It keeps the feminine organs in a strong and healthy condition. In preparing for childbirth and re cuperating therefrom it is most effi cient. It carries a woman safely through the change of life and in making her strong und well assists her to be a good wife and mother. Mrs. Sadie Abbott, of Jcannottc, Pa., writes : Dear Mrs. Plnkham "I suffered severely with pain every month and also a pain in my left side. My doctor prescribed for me but did mo no good; a friend advised Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and I wrote you In regard to my condition. I followed your advice and am a perfectly well woman. Tho pains have all disappeared and I cannot recommend your medicine too mgaiy. Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fall. THE M'KINLEY OBELISK Citizens of Buffalo Will Dedicate It Some Time in Sen- tember. A $60,10-FESTIVAL, rllinnrd to Hold n Week's Celebration 111 the City The Obelisk Is h(l I'eet High tin One Mile I lie Heath of the I.nte I'reNlileut In Hie City 1 accorded. Buffalo, N. Y,, June 1 Tho obelisk erected hero by the Stato of New YorK and the city of Buffalo in memory of tho la.to President McKlnley, who mot his death whllo a visitor to Buffalo, will be dedicated In tho tirst week ot September. The exact date lias not been decided upon ns the monument commission is goierned to some extent by the wishes of President Roosevelt. Governor Hughes and other prominent men who w.ll bo in vited to liold a week's festival beg.nnlng rfeptembor 1. A fund of j;f,w) is being raised by popu lar subscrptlon to defray the expenses of the festival and to pt ovule for the enter Uinment of former residents of this uiy who aro Invited to visit their old homes during that week. Tho otKdisk Is a pure whlto marble shaft, 1 feet In height. AVIth a base of six fuet It tapers very graduilly to the top whero it is 4 1-2 feet square. Thn obelisk a ped estal 14 feet High, tho base of which Is 12 feet above the street level. On two sides of tho pedestal are Inscribed tho record of AVilliam McKlnley as a soldier and .1 statesman. On the north side Is the fol lowing: SYsl 5coU Buy Your At the Free Here are a few of the in stock: Paper, Envelopes, Box Paper, Lead Pencils, Penholders, Compass and Divider) Pencil Pockets, Ink, Mucilage, Paste, Glue, Blank Books, Menu Books, Letter Books, Noto Books, Composition Books., Receipt Books, Pads, MRS. PRE E MC-KITRICK Mrs. Pree JIcKltrick, of La Farg Wis., writes : Hear Mrs. Philfham: "For six years I suffered from 'femal weakness. I fas so irregular that I wouK go from thruo weeks to kix months, so thought I would give I.ydja K. Pinkhain'i VeeetaMo Compound a trial. 'Mow I am onco moro well and can do my work without a pain. Any ono who wishes, can writ, to mo and I will unswer all lotteri gladly." Women should romember that Lydia K. Pinkhnin's Vegetable Compound holds the record for the greatest number of actual cures of female ills. Every suffering woman in the United States "is nsked to accept tho following Invitation. 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Flanging tho sides of the four b. s which support the marble Hons aro a s ries of fountains which w II be fed w!f wator from Gargoyle loaned close to t' four corners of tho pedestal of the obellsi. Surrounding the whole Is a broad circul. 1 promenade with mosaic floor and embe 1 ished with balustrades and massive banis ters of stono steps with heavy cha us Tho approaches are flights of stone etc i, which pierce tho parapet at four points Beyond the parapit leading to the strer level are concreto walks between wi.k.' thi-ie will bo grassy plots and flower j s The monument was built under the d rection o a commission composed ot Ed ward H. Butler and George K. M.ufvv, of Buffalo, John G. Mllburn of Nf w You, at whose residence McKiniry die J, a d 11. A. Curtis of Fredonla. HIS PI-CA. Judge "Prisoner, have you anyt' t g tu say to the court before scnbn'c 1Sl jri nouncod?" Prisoner "I beg the court ti considei the youthfulness of my atton.ey '" Har per's Weekly. 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