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THE MOXBOK JOCKXAU TtTSPAT. SEPTEMBER T, 1MO. EIGHT PAGES EJTSnUSU FOLKS ACALNST RA1X AND OTHER LOSSES On Uu t en Took Oat Policy That Insured Him Again laying Violent Hand oa lib Mother-lo- Ia Xtw York there U a concera that Insures people against all kinds f losses not covered by the usual folicies. It insures farmer against insurance against domestic calamity, lea a International Company, made it. and People, o r.,-ton. .-.ik- t.r . civ ?tl acred to take a chance oa him. They la practice to protect their aenu and ditioa and quality soever. Barratry s any day tc i prouuie a Total lass, figured there was enough eitra re- employees by policies, usually run- of the Master and Mariners, and ail j "On one occasion, in San Franc!- wara ia ine wui s provision 10 euoie ning trom iie.vvv 10 iia.vvv. uur oimr penis, lossea ana misfortunes sco. an open-air production of in n 10 noiu oiuiaeii in taw. gnij iom rauiira 1 1 uui lam ununi inn uav or snail come 10 me nun. Just what premium was charged I.of the 'Laconia. A theatrical man. j detriment or damage of the said never heard, but I understand thai for whom we bad written a llz.500 ship. . . . the gamble proved a good one." I policy, died in the arms of the woman "Probably all that Is verbose and "Wasn't that a rather hazardous (io mhoui he was engaged, after both rambling, but I like it. It seems to risk?" I asked. had been transferred to an open 'have a rounded, romantic swing." "I don't think so. Tou see. it's boat. His death was apparently due ; And for a minute Crosthwatte's alert I the business ot the underwriters to 'to shock and exposure. blue eyes rested on the paper he held "Aida" was ataged bv Lloyd iu an effort to get back $25,000 that bad been paid out when a regularly sche duled production had been prevented by rain. The big English cricket matches are usually protected by "rain policies." " Tex" Ricard. a promotor of the last world's hnmdrhl rhimn'nn. premium accordingly, realty be called 'life' insurance, but. "Do you hare many requests for . ship boxing bout, was heaTily insured sou Tbv rains-VfanHv aaTnst dea-lngur out what ,h haMrd ral,y ' ! "A lo1 of Uoi V"'1" miM ,a hl" htnd' toss oy rains, a ram.iy against aoaiea-1 . Brtm,1M awnrdinclvJ riiv ho raited -life insurant hut, vnu i as fui'Jitniir Hlirn mm w nm nmn nw i trlDleis. B M Croswaithe the head 1 1 ney " lM cnnc anymin-. mey are uaeiy 10 jump a long wij insurance mat woya s reruses o, against illness or accident preventing of mm comoanv IZl of, me of the 'Tora ,he ou,fo,n ot n,ur1,,r ,riM'"m the bea.en path to which that handle?" eilher Wllllard or Deiupsey Trom ap eries he u reWrted bv 10 ,h ndin of wr wor,d: is usually applied. For inatance. , "Frequently. I remember one caw' pearlng in the Toledo ring. A policy Eerie re M. UMal in the 1 lhe' fully ! the facts during the first trial of Harry Thaw 0f a young man who wanted to In- of a similar nature was arranged a America!. Marline ' i of every case that seems to demand it. ; for the murder of Stanfod White, a sure himself asainst setting tuarrled. fw years ago for an English snort- -Vnu want in know what', the' "In"""' Mainst twins or trip- individual iu America took out a He was heir to a 1200.000 legacy. jn(; man. who had bet heavily on rueeret insurance i icv I have ever K,,' ,or "' ' - "ge K.licy. stipulating that a total but there was Borne provision In the ( Cambridge University to win the au- fn, .eah,si Vhv don't vou i,,aUm of bo,h lhe famil" I'1""-'1"" ''J " Tnw T will I v forgotten what that side- ual boat race with Oxford. He was wk I s.i.fhfn Mr- i i..Lhed alul th family tree. If records show executed. The premium was thirty tracked the bequest If he were mar- to be reimbursed of the amount of ? J n L several plural births In the geneologi- ptr cent. The identity of the person ried within a certain time. We were I his bet if anv member of the ram- l'Jllll .11. .IVW Alllir, I lW"lllS UI T and leaning far back in hi oi- cal line of either prospective parent the size of lhe premiums will be ! il ia t chair. 'Ve!!, I suppose lhal the answer to Mur question ull lepe.iJs oa the ,u Jt , , . ,o.. j,-, jll(t, a paraKraph slating that if it s ran.e lor a New Orleans banker ... V ........ .i.,... .. creased How do such tMiiicies read?'' Here's one. Look at it. You nee been publicly revealed. It is under stood, however, that it was to cover a vmser. "I don't like to handle rontruc of ihis sort. There's no real, legiti mate loss involved. It strikes me The premium is as a pure sauiMe rather than a busi ness proposition. "In the last Presidential election the woman has more than one child who lives twenty-four hours a total loss will be paid. usually three or four per cent." "Does three per cent mean they're ben i :k 33 1-3 lo one against twins campaign the odds fluctuated comm and four per cent represent a bet of naily. We received Lloyd's quota- '25 to one?"' I asked . tions every thre or four days. "Not exactly." replied Crosthwaiie. "Hut, cotnini; back to 'life' policies, i" You see. in an ordinary wai:er you here's one that may Interest you: It get bark your own stake, while the, was taken out by K. R. Thomas on to : !M:e hiuiseli acaiust beilK blown IK a ':!.:i k Hand bomu or tor a Wk rtnam-ier lo insure his X.? .i Vf:.' e mansion a.iinsl wre-'k-ai- arthyuake w hen we've Kever !i; .l enough cf a shock here to h.l! tl:e skeletons in the Muat um )f Nat; r.ii History? These happen to b.- two policies I've ben calltd n t handle. "Tie operations of Llojd's t:ke in almost every conceivable risk. Here we find a man paying insurance premiums asinst the prospect of his 0 wi'e presenting him with twin; and. thtn alotiK comes another inau who., tahea out a $25,000 policy on thejLIoyd.g an(J fln(, ou, hat' premium at least, it's the shortest I ever wrote. who applied tor tne policy, ana nis never able to get this contract fixed t bridge 'eight' fell ill before the day reason for taking it out. have never Up. of the race. The sad part of it was "Not so very long aso a young that he lost both his premium and the woman who was a store-window bet for Oxford won. ' demonstrator for a hair tonic wanted Natural disasters, such as cy-: to Insure her blond tresses acainst clones, tornadaes or earthquakes, are possible injury by accident or disease, continually subjects of speculation. This wasn't as queer a case, though, i l.loyd s will write policies again! as ihat of the fellow who had started j anything from tra crops in India be to manufacture a new brand of face jnK ruined by hail, to the destrue-1 cr.'m. He wanted to protect him- tj0n of a Kansas farmer's dwelling self acaiust any possible damage done b; cyclone. Every winter a number to the faces of ladies who bought It. cf houses at Far Rockaway, Long that man. it struck me. didn't have; :,jand. and along the New Jersey fniili enouth in his own preparation coast are insured against damage by to deserve lo succeed. ithe rise of water. A typical policy "Another application thai feU 0f this sort Is one I wrnio for a Vewi premium on a Lloyd policy is not his race horse Hernus-for a term or through was that of a Jewish cantor York restaurateur. Insuring his house returned to you. That makes a little six months. The sum. as you see. who wanted to Insure himself against for $20,000 and the furniture fort variation in tne cases you reierrea is iio.oeo and me premium is tnree the loss of his voice. Policies of this ;n exrta 15 000 per cent. . sort, however, have been written by "Following the San Francisco dis- I "Before you can write a policy ao "I claim lhats one of the shortest Lloyd's very frequently particularly .aster we had several annllcailons for you have to submit every case to -life Insurance' contracts on record In I he case of grand opera singers. Uarthuake Insurance here in New f fin A Ami .nit m-hat hromillltl ni l.it iKn arinrtnol I ovan wrnli r .. . l IJ na m Iahv' . . . . . . . . . lif rt a trinir hihnnti ! ' 1 , irrt, iirr..wMi yt. w.v,-. .Muit-. i ui vaiiuu i"i -""ftioru. i nave airaav reierrea 10 on " " na ii iwiriru. ri f tra nnnit " iram on v ho vnn d mine tm run- tin nnt t soninat that' . u i i . i i - twh:u ihB rminiMi nolicv I .-."-.... - lllllr .iv.vyv ..-.., ot me policies, wnicn was laaen oui a,-. i. nbii .l "Try poucy. .aiuraiij. ineir tainea in one paragrapn. wnicn reaas: lotal loss of her voice, ana is.ouu ' " i iu rarla in iiuim lir nu mill lie risks . tiurahv irriia tn IHnmnlfv Iha i i. i will... .1... . .n - . - . ' - " . r. - - - - -- ... .. -. . sptauiBi ui uiaifiui v " . - w 'where a doflnite rate U fixed. Hut in said E. R. Thomas in the above sums one nerformance . This was a profit- nil jithur hnailltftt thpr srA IhrpH ouiinl I h. .laath if t h A malA hnrta .1.1. 1 ............ .K I n-A'm tin. piiked up the details of '.r " Meps: To find out if some of the, from mortality by natural causes, derwriters. Onlv twice in the aing- umlerwriters at Lloyd's will handle , fire, accidents, and the act of God r'g career were they forced to pay or man, as well from the necessity the S 5.000 loss. Lillian Nordica, also f his destruction arising from any had her voice covovered by a $50,- pective customer is w illing to pay , accident which may occur to him nOO policy. that rate. j during that time." I "The largest polio' I hive -ever "During the height of the German j "ifg short.' I admitted; "but HI heard of any of the stage folks carry submarine campaigns I wrote a good bet a good editorial pencil could IIK was one for 100.000 taken out many policies covering the death or strike out a dozen words with out fov Anna IlVld. This was against t iumoni hurmunl nf m Mil vhn Wara ln.(lii. Its m at t in ap a-a W on In tt . '. . I i f ...JnHi.mJ thai 1ft!. .Hii.ri, Hut th-.t-A ww si 'iiii'irpr v . ,"n"t1"1' 110 v. w vm .frniailflH injur.. 1 uuun-isim U ? ,1 J 1 ?o,l Ue The heaneJ TZZ V0"1 by ,,K,'n, bM t0 Cr0M. the , ll'" 1 Hofnmnn had $50,000 Insur- con in . ut 01 Kvery three day. my Lon- The insurance man smiled. "I won-, 8no, ,,,, lhe loss of hi. right CO'lll'.i . IU 011 Hie HUN B llUUIUIIliy . u,,nMni.il,a. n.ml In .illu ma'j... ..w.. . nin.:l nA.ll l.l . . . . . i. - I...... r kl. 1 .. . , v. .. ir(Mt iruioii'i d "ov v ,m-i vi iiai .mill cunuiiai j'lriivii "i""ii , nglltl, SIII.UUU uKalHSI llir limn u( inn ia premium quotation. The rate do." he asked, "with the phraaeology hand and a substantial amount imiKht be three per cent one week of Lloyd s standard shipping policies. a..ins inlnrv to anv finger. It U inn tour, nve or six per ceui me , which run along vernal line, in vosue reported Ihat Jan Kubelik has paia , i-he Insurance was arranged, a. I re next week, depending on the activi-, before George III ever tacked his tea'gIi annual premium of $1,500 for in-1 member lhe case, after Hlack Hand ,ties of tne i -Doais. tou rememner . tax on the American colonies. Listen Suranee on his bow-hand alone, ana threats to abduct lhe child had been I1h.r.i uaml In lia llrtrlnilu U'hnil tllfivTi,. ll.l. ... i.l. 1 t ma Ia urn. ! . v lnilur who ttiuitil tiki. 1 rlllllCH' ' . , linl iwrrmiu innniuino in ! made. th, lhe hem est w d not be vict- l,v,'re l,ar,,oular ' ac"v,' followed by "Touching on the adventures and ,,,., ,,ls hands from Injury used to j .Ke:lr of niack Hand activities was til.ll Lie uequesl wiilllil noi l v.tc.u ( i,. w.,, ihm returned to their i,..riU uhii.h Mia caid iu'irin ' jnno rinlv h a , - n ..n... i . " . , , -. , Hiiiiiuiti iu fi.i'vv ..in. . v...... IHISO OUCK Ol U U,U1IU puillj 1 W1U1C bases lor supplies. Insurance rates are contented to bear and lake upon ,i ninK I was approached about a for a v ,w Orleans banker, who lived lo fluctuate accordingly. Of ms. they ate of lhe Seas. Men-of-War. ,4?:, ono nolicv to cover lhe hands of i.. ,h ii:,ii,,n ...nlmi nf ihe cliv and Stdp, Look and Listen! New clothes have advanced and doubled In price, but we make the old ones look new by cleaning and pressing them at the same old price. We have with us Major Houston from a large Philadelphia Dry Cleaning Plant. We clean anything cleana'ole and guarantee all work. GIVE ME A TKIAL I.ADIES' YVOKK A SPECIAI.ITT. Monroe Steam Pressing C!ub Gloucester Hotel Hnildliig. C. S. SIMPSOX, Prop. Phone 18 Phono 3.18 cense of was one humor as much as any I didn't write myself. Ii a irip to the office of our London tcrie.oent;.tivea. This particular policy j, ,h(.jr uolation on lne prem- i0r wa tnkej out by an Englishman to , d ,hpn ,0 nnd oul if the pros-1 of Insure hi n self asains laving violent pmiv cus,omer Is willing to pay,ac liands ok bis mother-ilaw. . . .Yes, 1 littihc.l. too, when I heard about it. "It sevna that the man in question tad beta named in his wother-in- lavY'ji will to receive a legacy of 25 ttorn physical injury at the hands of nairt Jii-in-'uw, who was sou.ewhitt Stibii -f to tits of anger. "Tie Britisher was anxious to cash in' on the bequest ahead of time. Kilt he had hard work fiudini; a nion by the president of a large New York 1 bank. 1 "Strike and riot insurance are be-j coming more common all the time. I During the Boston police strike a few j mouths ago mora than $3.00u ' worth of insurance was taken out In a single day. Riot insurance has al-! ways been more popular in Ulster; county, Ireland, than anywhere else. ! Also, for evident reasons, the protec- I lion of Ulster property against dam age has carried a higher rate. j "Several years ago American news- I papers gave more or less space to a Lloyd's policy taken out against the kidnapping of the McLean 'Million aire baby' the grandson of both Jno. R. McLean and Thomas F. Walsh. ed for cause. Finally one of them & .1 ... i... i n.i ...'.ii A., ikn OLrfl'j iu leua v.i'i.'v iiiMiiius i-i !"!':,,... i .1 .1... I.. I..... I f,.. I "S'nl Cljliic.r.i li I ni- imiii-i ii-iii nviiiii I ii i riish some suitable uuaranlee that he 'ould retain his seil-coutrol. "So he came to Lloyd's A gro'tp fil' underwriters, who specialized on W. HOWARD WOLFE. Iteprewntative. Sold In Monroe by Monroe Un ion Mercantile Co.. Lee Griffin, Bivens Bros.. T. C. Lea A Son, Crow-ell's Variety Store, S. R. Doa ier. Heath Grocery Co.. Five Points Grocer Co.. Parker A Moore, Sikea Sanders Co.. J. W. SprtngQeld, Benton k Benton. , course rases were aiwa.vs turner 10 Hie. I-.neinies. rirates. Rovers. I nn Kimiish tuaKician who has just , lm.i ......... iiaiia denositors. The .Mediterranean ports than to Liver- Thieves. Jettisons, Surprlsals. Tak- pool, for example. (nt;s at Sea. Arrests, Restrainta and "Many big firm, such as the Amer- Detainments of all Kings, Princes or f'-vl 1:... A le1HVvfs3r m a V- it. A i. -X. IJutliP11 vtu VJ r- 'c',! M mm mm m tfr-v-' e, , .'-.: - T....'i.-i i x'lf.v"'- "'Si. ;e., V.7 fill -r V:. 5 V 'fix 1 I ,. ' .. -J"1 t ..''i-KtiH The Certair-teecl Guarantee as a Baric for Estimating Roofing Cc:i The Ccr'v.J.v':': J $x.r-X.i provides a basis for estimat or? tlio ap; .-vx:;iHitv co. t jx r ye&r of your new roof. Ccrtain-t:J IlooSr.j, Iturnbcr 3 Heavy, is guaranteed 'cr fiU'cri y..n. It usually lasts longer. Ti':in rfVHT. y.T-ra r.3 tbo csruri?J life and cividing the rnwsua";' l.v t ort t f CtTtcin-'.cvd, ns compared to most modtvn tyr.'3 rf roof:n2, iy this f-uuro, yen readily seo hcv cconcrr.iccl Ccrtain-tct d i3. Thc'iht nnd medium weights cf Certa!n-teed ere also Eucnntocd, f.vo yccra for tha fonncr and ten years for the Ui-.cr. In eddition to i'.a durability, Certain-trvd is weather-proof, f-e-rctcr '.Inj r.r;J spr.rk-proof. Arc' h r-t3 loss t buy, lecs to hy end '.ess to maintain l-?- cry c.hcr tyjo cf gxd roofing. Sn a Crr.aii-ted dealer about roofing, if he hasn't enough cf the veight you vent in stock he can quickly p men frcrr. a nearby Certain-tecd warehouse or disLributinj contcr. Certa'm-tccd Froaucts Corporation General Officet, St Louis OfficM aad Wmtmiu ia Priacipal Calm arrived here lo go on me vauuev me t ,ai,Pr Wfts afraid that nn attempt state. i would be mnde to Mow hint up by a "Professionals often make it a numb. After he hud carried Ihe poli pont to carry insurance on precious !rv for nve Jeais he died a natural musical Instruments. Many of th)'n , death. would not feel able lo buy lilgh-prlc-1 "i,.r,g a funny one I just happen ed violins and violoncellos if It were , r(.H,,)Pri The last time 1 was not for this protection, i put through indon I heard the story of an un- wo $16,000 policies covering -a pair of Stradivari belonging to an Ameri can concert artist. "Stage people are particularly fre nuent rustoniers. "Ince the hazards of their profession are so great. i dertaker out In the East End ho asked Lloyd's to cover the risk of shock to folks at whose homes his coffins might be delivered by mistake at nlsht. Underwriters agreed to nnote a rale if he would give them iDurini; Queen ictorta s last uinesa n annua turnover of coffins and j a certain prima donna then appear- j ROme dHfl,e information about the lug iu London took out a policy cov-: mt),.r 0f shocks that usually .level ering lhe cost ot her gowns to be !0IP(j j lhe vear'a run from erroneous i paid if lhe Queen died before 1 dHlveries. end of her concerts, l nave onen "The subject of corftns reminds me insured all lhe scenery and cuBtumes l(,f another Lloyd's polio1, which was of productions for theatrical mana- W1.lle ,0 insure against damage to gers. 'the marble figure of an angel in a The motion picture field also Rravevard. when I remarked that furnishes plenty of custom. Sp'e Uovd's touched about every phase of months ago I arranged a JiaO.OUO 1Umnn nrtvltv, I should have gone a policy, with a 5 per cent premium. . fHrtner added angels lo no on n larse bunch or films that were being trnn:ried lo Central Africa.! ye( 1( ,g ra1hPr ,0 ttilnlc Ihat win re they were to be used In photo-! pnPRpvpn whPn done in marble riT.phinK wild animals. The con- 8nou(, bp JuHt n, mu,.h )n 0Pd of tract called lor the films 'etnK ' protection ns a promotor or a plan brought safely to the interior of the s ., Dark Continent ana tne negiun MOMtOK TKSTIMONV I'lixtf Here, There nnd 1 !- where. being returned Intact to the I'nited Stales "I was requested recently to pttt ( through n pulley covering Ihe con- Io)m. tinned good health of a well-known i movii ' star. About blf Iho filming i had nlv.Nidy been done on a specta-j wht-n you see Doan's Kidney Pi!!.i cular and very costly picture. If the! recommended i this paper you most situr It'll ill the whole tiling would niv,ays llnd the recommeii.l.'.' a .Moii liave lo lie done over. ; roe resident. It's Ihe same everywhere "Of a slightly different nature was : jn 3 8tM oy:M 1h V. S. Hily a peculiar reiiuesl we received a few j (housand people publicly that'k mom lis ufier the signing of Ihe Ar-1 i)0.in'8. What oili'r kidney remedy niistlce. One of the motion picture ;rull givp (hs ,,m,f f merit, hon.!y coinpanjos wanted to insure the lifejand truth? Home testimony mesl be of the Gtrman Kaiser. The company , trU(i or It could not be published h?i v. was preparing a feature film In which Ak our neighbor. Read this Mo:i- I. r L' n i u o h h. . t . nn actor iniiitrsouaunn roe recmnmeiKiation. i nen insist on Dr. Kemp Funderburk DENTIST Office over Waller' Old Store. Modern Methods Employed Turnip Seed! vvas to play the leading part. The producer fell Ihat If the deposed monarch t-hould die in Holland the value of the picture would be de predated by a loss in public interes having Doan's. You will know what you are getting: M. L. Plow, notary public. 406 W. Jeiieraon Ave., says: "Six years ago I suffered a good deal with my back I cabled to London, but Lloyd's re-!nnd kidneys. My back ached contin- 6 ' is PAINT .VARNISH HOOFING C. RELATED 'BUILDING PRODUCTS For Sale by Monroe Hardware Company fused 10 handle the business. "The public seldom stops to think how great financial disaster may be entailed In the death or sickness of some famous person. I under stand thnt Lloyd's underwriters lost inure than $1,000,000 on ncrount of the Midden Illness of Edward VII. just before his coronation wan first scheduled to lake place. Prior to tho date originally set. mi'.Uon.i of pounds had been Invested iu holiday features fur the great national event, by merchants, stand owners, speculators, florists, decora ton, and other individuals. Most of then look out Insurance in Lloyd's. A thirty per cent premium was charg ed on a policy calling for the pay ment of a total loss If the King was unable to go the Westminster Abbey. The fact that the monarch speedily recovered from his illness meant nothing to tho under-wrllera, who had to Etand the gaff. "Although this coronation risk was perhaps the largest liability of its kind ever assumed at Lloyd's, it Is a common practice to take out insur ance against the postponement of big outdoor entertainment or sporting events, on account of the weather. Most of the world's series of baseball are thin Insured. I remember hand ling the contacts for the series sev eral veara ago between the Itoslon Ued Sox and lhe New York Giants. Earh game was covered by $25,000. and the policy stated the exact uoiuly and I could hardly go. When I tried to bend over It was hard for me to straighten and sharp, knife-like pains would shoot throuph my bnrk. My kidneys were out of order nnd the secretions contained sediment. I also had dizzy spe'.h and black specks came before my eyes, too. Finally I was advised to try Poan's Kidney Pills, so I got a supply at the English Drug Co. only used a few, when my back felt like new and In a short time I was relieved entlrejy," Price 60c. , nt nil dealers. Pnn't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney rills the same that Mr. Flow had. Foster-Mllburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffffalo, N. Y. A FRESH SHIPMENT OF HOUSES AND MILES j,Jdijl. ALSO SOME FINK BROOD MARE8. Give nt look. FOWLER & LEE. Early Iteil or lurple Top, (flat Ntrapleaveil,) flat, white, with purple top, fine grained and tender: the most popular of all varieties and the best seller. Early Vhit Flat Dutch. Exactly like Early Ued or Purple Top, except Ihat It Is pure white; sweet and ten der. Improved Iteil Top White Globe. An Improved strain grown from roots selected for size, shape, quality and small tops. Very popular for market and home use, bo for stock. Mammoth liiil Top White Globe. Makes large white globe shaped roots with purple tops. A big ylelder; fine for table, market and slock feeding. Wbilo Ekc. A quick producing, egg shaped, Ffiootli, pure white variety with ptnall tops. FhMh sweet, firm and mild. Large While Norfolk Globe. Makes large round white roots, excellent for table or stock; also used for winter salad. Pomeranian While Globe. Extra large, round white, fine for table and stock; big ylelder. Ijuge White Glolie. One of the biggest ylelders; solid and firm. YELLOW-FLESHED VAKITIES Lnrge Ainher or Yellow Globe. Of large size, jrloh.p-shaped, solid yellow flesh. Fine tor table and stock; a fine keeper. Iiirptc Top Yellow Alienlecn. A splendid keeper. Flesh is yellow, very solid, tender and wweet. Hardy and good ylelder; fine stock turnip. Golden Hull or Orange Jelly. One of the sweetest and best yellow turn ips, hardy, fleuh is firm and of most excellent flavor. Mixed Turnip Seed. All the varie ties on this page In a well balanced mixture. SALAD VAKIETY Seven Top. A very hardy variety grown exclusively for salad. IU T V 11ACJA OU SWEDE lNirple Top Yellow. The old stan dard variety. A large ylelder, good keeper, hardy, sweet and solid. Improved lurple Top Yellow. As Improved strain grown from roots se lected for large rlze, uniformity in shape and fine quality. Hardy, sweet a good keeper, the best shaped and most productive, ENGLISH DRUG CO. WHOLESALE AND III XML At the a;e of a hundred years, a Woman residing In the town of Mans field, England, went on an aeroplane, flight and then wanted to loop the loop.