The Langston City Herald. (Langston City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 31, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 23, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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MURDER AND SUICIDE.
MYSTERIOUS TRIPLE TRAG-
Man Ilrltc Awiijt WUh III Wlf aal
1'aus-liter nml Kllli Them Aa Moan as
Suspicion I'olnle.l lolllin He ghnt Him-
self Through the Heart.
IjAIikdo To.xo-j Nov. i-l. A niiin
cumo to it Laredo hotel Monday morn-
ing with a mlddlo-iigod woman nnd
nil 8-yenr-oltl jflrl mid registered us C.
.Sliuler and lumlly of Sun Antonio.
The womnn stated thnt slm nml Imi-
husband wore from St. Louis nud moro
recently from I'ort Worth where her
son kept a hotel. Her husband had a
position In view nhc said with a rail
way company in Monterey nnd they
were to leave for that city Tuesday
About !l o'clock yesterday the man
procured u horo nnd bujrgy. ostensi
lily to drive his wife and child to the
depot About i:M ho returned the
uufftfy nnd proceeded to the hotel ate
supper and retired to his room.
very early this morning a Mexican
shepherd discovered two bodies lying
In some brush nbout three miles north
cast of the city. Ha imnu-dlatoly
notified the city olllclals who brought
tho remains to the morgue. They
were identified as having been seen
Tho chief of pollco Immediately
- called at tho Hotel Hamilton wlioro
fshuler had registered. Tho proprie-
tor Mr. Christen called to Shulcr over
tho transom and Immediately received
a response. Ho was asked where his
wlfo and child wcro and informed
that Mr. Christen desired to see him.
Shulcr replied thutjio would come to
the door vory shortly but after somu
delay a pistol shot was heard. The
room was entered and tho man was
found lying dead upon tho bed with a
bullet In his heart.
Under his pillow was found an in-
mi ranee policy for $-5000 in his own
favor and a deed of trust executed for
property in Kant St. Louis. Several
letters wcro found in tho trunks from
various persons some addressed to
William Kuntz St. Louis and Fort
Worth several others to Mrn. Caroline
Mann Hunt St. Louis and Dallas.
BIG EXPRESS ROBBERY.
Two MaakiMi Mm Secure W'j0000 I'ruiu
Mm Snl Fe ut ColoriKlu Spring-.
Coi.oiiado Si'itiNos Col. Nov. I'-'.
Tho express ollico at tho Santa Ku de-
pot In this city was robbed of Su00u
last night. Immediately after the de-
parture of tho night express at 0:1:!
(Jeorgo Krout the express agent
stopped from tho platform Into his
office and was confronted by two
masked men who leveled revolvers at
his head and ordered him to open the
This lie did and they helped them-
selves to two packages of money con-
taining 8.5000 and Slo.OOO respectively
and inado their escape.
TO CHECK LYNCHINGS.
(Jovf-rnur O't'errrtl l'spri-teil In Itrcom-
inenil Itmllml Mraaiirra. '
KliHMoMi Va. Nov. II.-Covci-nor '
O'Fcrrcll's forthcoming message to thu '
legislature which meets hero on the j
first Wednesday in December is ex- '
pi-victi lo.uo oncoi me most important
paper oent to that body by any exec-
utive since the close of tho war. A
most unhuc mid remarkable feat it ro
of it will bu what hu will have to say
of tho lynchings that have taken place
in this statu during tho past fifteen
years Tho record promises to startle
tho people of this state as well as tho
MORRILL REFUSES TO ACT.
l'oslllteljr llei'llnrs In Knfiirce the Death
Tenally mi Arnold antt lliirvj-.
Toi'KKA Kan. Nov. U. (Jovornor
lorrill this morning sent a letter to
-fudge S. W. Vandlveit positively re-
f us!nt to order tho hanging of Arnold
niul Harvey the murderers of Mayor
.Marsh of Kinsley in October 18iH. Ho
ryiacd liis.ruItiMtl upon ground.s that
he could not utTord to assume tho re-
sponsibility of singling out to bo
iiungcd two of the forty-six murderers
Jnow confined in the penitentiary under
the death sentence.
Mnlicr lours Clialloiiitr.
Nkw Yoiik Nov.ll. Voter Maher
who knocked out Steve O'Don-
nell ( so handily challenges
any man in tho world to fight for the
championship and hu will not put tho
stakes so high that no ono excopt u
maif with s.tXXMMiu acres behind him
cnnlaccept Maher will tight for S3.O00
a slfte in public or private and will
go any pluco to do battle South
Africa not barred.
llrady Corbott's manager says the
champion has surrendered tho belt to
Maher und will back him for 10000
Limgeat Vessel In the World.
Nkw Yoiik Nov. 1i. TIiu Tonn-
hylvunlu of the Hamburg-American
lino which will go Into commission ln
lime is tho longest vessel in tho
world Shu hus 0(K0 tons dlplace-
incut which boats the I.ucanla by
fifteen per cent. Her length is 500
feet beam d'i foot and depth )2 feet.
Sho litis four polo masts and but one
funnel und while carrying 30000
tons dead weight has accommodations
for 200 cabin unl 1500 htccrngo pas-
sengers. Railway I'oilitructlim In Kiirone.
Wabiiinoton' Nov. 1 1 According
to Commercial Agent Moore ut Wei-
mar (icrmany there wcro constructed
in Kuropo during mil l.lHO miles of
new railways Kussia showing the
greatest gain with 078 miles. In fast
express trains Hnglaud leads with an
average of snoed of M.'.'i miles pur
hour with (icrmany a clote second
."l.'.'.'i miles and Austria lowest of thu
great nations with 11.73 miles.
A (Irrat Canal for Montana.
Ciikyknm: Wyo. Nov. H. Colonel
tilll Cody (icncrul Munugcr Holdrcdgo
of tho ltuilington und eleven other cap-
italists Interested in tho construction
of the Shoshoiio cunul in the Itlgllorn
basin huvo loft Hillings Mont. for
tho scene. The uuual will cover "00
000 acres of exceptionally fertile land
and will cost $1000000
A il. I.oiils MlnUIrr IMsaraced.
St Imvm Mo. Nov. 13Tho Hev.
Dr. William T. l.co of lleutnii a
Kiiburb has been fnujid guilty of un-
due fumlllarlty with fcuiulo members
of his flock and hus been formally sus-
pended from the I'rcsbytorlan church:
Somo time ago ho deserted hU Invalid
wife and children for a woman of Ids
SCANDAL AND TRAGEDY
Major Lalng Hue of the ltl lirat Mm
In Kiinxis Wounded.
1 Lcavuxwoiitii Kan Nov. II. Just
as Major .tames M. Liiinir.tnrobablv
Hho wealthiest man In this Ailt.v. nml
one of the wealthiest in the state wW
about to go to his ollico In the centei
of tho business section of this city yes
icrtiny just iirter the eloso of tin
I churches Crawford Moore a inaehin
i 1st now traveling for tho tltcat West
1 cru Moniifaeturing comp.iiiv called t(
I him. Tin two talked together foi
I somo time when Lning started tc
.lust as Lalng turned toward lli
I stairs Moore tire.' a revolver ami llreil
l "" shots in (ulck succession. Thru
"' ihv l the Rtuir enslnifs uftc
passing through Lalng's clothes. Tin
fourth Hlriiuh Lanig in tho right thigh
passed through tho llesii without
touching the bone nnd was cut out
I just under the skin near the groin.
Lntng rushed into his office wlill a
crowd gathered. Moore went to the
pollco station pistol in hand and sur-
rendered. I.alnir was able to leave
i his ollico a few iuinutes later and wa
t driven to his home Where his wound
was dressed. It is serious but not
I necessarily fatal.
For months tho relations between
lalng and Mrs. Moore had been mat-
ters of common notoriety nnd it is
said that ho gave to her the house in
which she nnd her husband lived.
Moorohimsslf had been cogni.aul of
tho scandal but had never buforadonc
nnythlng to stop the relations. On
tho contrary he and Lalng had been
apparently excellent friends. Ln I tig's
family returned from Kurono recently
and slnco then he had been trying to
break off his relations with Mrs.
FIELDS FOR AMERICA.
Consul tiencrnl IrrnlRitii 1'nlnla Out the
Aibanla-rca or Chinese Trade.
Washington' Nov. 13. lntliecour.se
of a report upon lnbor and wages In
China United States Consul Ccncral
tcrnlgan strongly urges the mer-
chants of America to bo ready to
seize upon the splendid opportunities
for trade that are sure to follow tho
approaching awakening of China.
Ho shows how at present tho trado
balance is heavily against this country
In the caso of both Japan and China
lit the former the balance last year
having been S10.uOO.oOO and in the
latter Sfli000oi)0 while (Ircat llritaln
several thousand miles more distant
had balances lu her favor about equal
to America's losses.
The consul general holds that the
Huropean merchant Is much moro fa-
vored than his American competitor
by tho government aid afforded to tho
great steamship lines. Kvery week
llritish and (ierman .steamships' enter
Shanghai where no American ship
Is seen. As better and cheaper
communication builds up trade he
argues that tho cutting of tho Nicara-
gua canal would greatly benefit Amer-
ican commerce with the Lust and with
an American bank in China and an
American journal published there the
commercial prosperity of tho United
States would bo great.
NOTED MAN A FIREBUG.
Ks-t'ii;ri'sinan hiiiI t:-t'oiiiplroller
M'rinplt-of New Yurie I'mler Arrest.
Amsthiiiiam N. Y. Nov. II 1M-
ward We tuple
ox-State Senator ex-
ff .-w...... ...... .. .....u vuiiipiiuc
trl'PKmnnri nml nv.slnin rniitlwnl.
ut was nrrcstcu in ins Home in till-
touvilla to-dny on tho charge of at-
tempting to bet lire to the house of
Hubert II. Fonda there November 10.
A basket filled with shavings satur-
ated with kerosene oil was placed
against a rear door mid set on lire but
tho bluzo was extinguished In tlmo to
savo tho building.
Wemple is also charged with having
set fire to the Wemple foundry which
was burned a mouth ago nnd with
causing other Incendiary fires at 1'ul-
tonvllle. Ho spent a fortune in poll-
tics and contracted habits which led
to his downfall. His friends claim
that his strange actions aro due to his
being mentally unbalanced.
CANAL SCHEME INDORSED.
The ITnltfil Males ('niiiiullmr Jtewrt
on tho Nlearngnu I'nijert Kinonilile.
Wabiiinqton' Nov. U. Trustworthy
information lias been received us to
tho contents of tho report of tho com-
mission which examined into tho feas-
ibility and cost nnd recommended u
route for the Nicaragua canal. It Is
in the hands of tho President who Is
using It in connection with his work
on his mutual message to Congress.
It indicates that a canal across thu
Isthmus via thu Nicaragua!! route is
entirely feasible from an engineering
point of view. The cost of tho pro-
ject as estimated was $1 10.000030 but
it Is stated that this sum is too small
by somo millions.
Aset In He Auctloni-il HIT.
Nkw Yoiik Nov. l!!. Judge I.a-
combe in the United States court to-
day granted the receivers of the Jar-vis-Conkliug
Company of Kansas City
Mo. permission to sell at public auc-
tion December III at OS Liberty street
Now York City all the nssuts of the
above named company including bills
A Minneapolis Mllllmiulro 1'ulU.
Mi.vxi:ai'oi.in Minn. Nov. II. C.
M. Lorlng heretofore considered to be
financially ono of tho solid men of the
Northwest hns made an assignment.
Two years ago ho was worth S80o00o.
Tho necessity of milking the assign-
ment wan tho fulling duo of Indorsed
paper whieh 'jojld not bo met by the
After Hull lighter fur lint Springs.
Mkmco City Mexico Nov. H. The
ngent of Charlie Meadows known as
Arizona Charlie the expondent of
Wild West exhibitions Is In tho city
arranging with a number of Mexican
bull lighters to go to Hot Springs
Arlc whore a grand carnival is being
agitated by thu leading cltlons.
A Missouri Crunk at tho White House.
Washington Nov. II. A man glv
lug his namo us Thiirmiiu Hillycr and
his homo In Missouri was taken In
charge by tho police at tho White
house to-dny nnd his sanity will bo In-
quired into. Ho tfuld Unit ho wait
being chased by a sword fish mid de-
sired tho presideitt.' piotcctlon.
Auulhrr WliblU Man Mining.
Wiciiit'A Krtu. Nov. II A. (1.
Hverott u loading real cstatu dealer
lias disappeared and his family la un-
able to find any clue to hln'wliWc
iihoiitn. No reason U Jjiiown for his
liellainiu Writer Hi'inl l"lc.id.
Dni.AWAHi;. Ohio Nov. H. The
ltev. Hi. Samuel Ashton Ixeim a noted
evangelist uud religious' wrltor Is
dead aged 63 years.
The List Chance
MRS JOHNSON MAD ONLY ONI
. CHANCE TO SAVE HER LIFE
Haw Don th. Work of Thrsa Ararat
From tbs Ledger Mextto Ma.
Mr. Luclnda. Johnson lives In Mnslro
Wo. The Lcilgar bat J itt succoedeil In ob-
taining an interview with her. This la tlia
it balance of her stdry :
In tbe winter of 'VJ nnd 'f Mr. Johnson
wat like many of ber frlcmla attached
with la grippe. Yea. we'vo moat ut us had
it and know Iti wrecking lowers wlien It
rata In Its work on a good ronntltulloit.
Well lira. Jolnuon i!oilgr.oiiiClirltmae
wai piottrntto. All tbe meiltcnl aid bera
la the city only ''hrouRbt her around "
aa an ''liorlis and robta" fomnle sym-
pathizer expTesstd it ami the wns left
In a dflillltaled nnd exhausted condi-
tion and erfporlonc-ed n coiiHtnnt pain
In Iter loft tide. She km wholly unfit
for her domestic- duties and was un-
able to do any work nlx-iit the bouse even
after the la Krippo feter and Its character
Istlc slckuess had left licr. Mie Is a con-
sistent member of tbe church nnd one Run-
day. between the Sunday school nnd ctmrcli
services liolug barely able to be convoyed
there she liennl of a miracle that Dr.
Williams' I'lnk fills for 1'nle People bnd
ierformed and she reiolved to try them
t was like the drowning man giaMblngnt
the last strnw. It wot her last and on) v
chance to savo her life. Blip procured on
box of thce pills from the south side drug-
gists French ti Onrrott In this city and
by the tlitio she had used half tho box she
and her watchful friends noticed a marked
Improvement In bercondltion. Taking the
rest of the box of o ills and one more box
he recovered remarkably In r exceedingly
short time lleforo she ban used tbe first
box she resumed her household duties nnd
bus been steadily at work for tbe last
eighteen months. It took only n few boxes
EerbaiM five or slr to entirely cure her.
lnce thon she was attacked by rheuma-
tism caused from enrolls exposure but by
at once tnklug tho I'lnk Tills for Tale I'co-
ple sho drove that painful and dreadful
malady rtwny. Hho told the reporter thnt
whenever sbo folt thnt she was colng to be
111 sho took one or two of tho pills and she
never got sick. Mrs. Jobuton Is perfectly
healthy now and promises to live to a ripe
old nge. lier friends have tiever ceased to
talk about her almost miraculous recovery
and aro loud In their prnho of tho I'lnk
Pills for 1'nle l'eople nnd all who have
tried them say they would not be without
thorn under any condition?.
Ur. Williams' I'lnk Tilts are not looked
upon as a patent Medicine. An analysis of
their properties tbows that they contain
In condensed form nil tbo elements necos-
ary to gtvo new life and richness to the
blood and restore shattered nerves. They
re an unfailing specitlc for such diseases aa
locomotor ataxia partial pnralysts 8t. Vi-
tus' dance sciatica neuralgia rheumatism
nervous headache tbe alter effects of la
grippe palpitation of tho heart pale and
tallow complexions and tho tired feeling
resulting from nervous prostration all dis-
eases resulting from vitiated humors lu the
blood such as scrofula chronic erysipelas
tc. Thoy build up tbe blood and restore the
flow ( health to pale and sallow cheeks
bey are for snlo by all druggists or may
be had by mnll from Dr. Williams' Mod. Co.
Bchonictady N. V. for tOc per box or six
boxes for '.W.
The lcgnl expenses of a bankrupt
are sometimes far greater than the
amount of his debts.
Wilsou llnrrctt when cm tho stage-
wears core soles in Ills boots which
add to his height threo inches.
Success excuses nieane.
A pretty womnn never forgets her-
self. Dreams of wealth don't como truo
as often as work for It docs.
a flo-cr. uam:mu:k tni:i:.
The Publishers of Tuc Yuuru's Couiunwx
offer tu sunJ free to every new siihscrlker n band-
some (our-imKiirulciulcr 7 x 10 In lithographed
In nlno bright colors. Tlio utull prlco ur this
cnlender Is !Q ivnts.
Thoso who subscriho nt once tending 11.74
will nlso reeuliu Ilia paper free crery week lrom
tlio tliuo the tuhrrriptlon li recelred to Jnn. 1
IbM. AIolliuTlmnksiilTlni; Cbrlttnmtand Now
Year's Doublo Number's free nnd Tim Compan-
ion n full year S3 weeks lo Jsn. 1 I6!"r. Ad-
dnisTili: YoCTU's C'oueAXloy 1W Columbus
Oood intentions never die which
may bo ono reason why thoy are so
bcldom carried out.
No woman cares
loves u man.
to know why she
A wife loves a new bonnot qulto ns
well ns a husband loves a good dinner
A man may pray without ceasing
but if he doesn't pay without ceasing
dt won't amount to much.
There Is moro Catarrh In this section
of the country th.in nil other diseases
put tog'.'ther and until the last few
years was supposed to be Incurable.
For a Kreat many years doctors pro-
nounced It a tajal Ulr.eaK und pre-
scribed local remedies and by constant-
ly fjllltiK' to cure with local treatment
pronounced It Incurable Science has
proven Catarrh to be a constitutional
disease and therefore icqulics consti-
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co. Toledo Ohio Is the-only constitu-
tional cure on tho market. It Is taken
internally In doses from ten drops to n
teaspoonful. It acts directly on thu
blood nnd muco'is suifnces or the sys-
tem. They offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case It falls to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials. Address
F. J. c:iK.N"3Y & CO.. Toledo O.
Sold by.dniBGists: 75e.
Hall's Family Fills 25c.
Itlottlng paper Is made of cotton rags
boiled lu soda.
IMIson's laboratory costs 810000
year to maintain.
Tho pay of uu admiral in tho llrit-
ish navy Is SO.l'JS a year.
Queen Maria l'ia of Portugal is a
clever billiard player.
When ants nro unusually busy foul
weather may bo expected.
Wood pavement lasts nbout seven
years in the streets where- tho traffic
A Child Knjiira
Tho pleasant flavor gentle action nnd
oothlng cllccls of Syrup of Fig when
in nrcdofa laxative and if tlio father or
Mother bo costive or bilious the most
gratifying results follow Its use; sc that it
Is tlio best family remedy known and ev-
ery family should have a bottle on hand.
Thero is nothing moro serious than
what some people consider a joke.
Norway nnd Swccdcn hovo been un-
der one king hlnco 1814 but at present
there aro demands for a separation.
Dar cr bad spots In do best men jest
nz dcr ah weeds in do best gohdens.
Visa's Cure is a wonderful Cough medi-
cine. Mrs. W. I'ickmt. Van Slclen and
lllake Avti. Urooklyn N. Y. Oct. 2(1 'W
The eggs of a craoodllo are scarcely
larger than those of a goose
Hallway traveling In Norway )
cheaper thnu In any other Kuropeuit
SOME FARM TOPICS.
TIM.KMN UK Tilt: Mill.
Mrri-dlntr fur tluller Tri-iiiiriilliin
for Miillinst IHkkIhh n Veurlnlilc
I'll A Wooil fiasslnit llVslee Vnrm
Therc'rJ tunny n -dip "twlxt the cup
and thu lip mid miiiiy it uilxcup In
breeding up it dairy herd (limiting
tho Until of what luii 1hmii taught iih
to the vnltto of Intelligent breeding It
Is also true that the lawn of heredity
do not overpower nil other laws. Tho
most elllelent rule lu Improving n
brood of hogs Is the "!ed stake rule."
That li use a stitUc on nil pigs not
filling the iviiulriMiieiitM nnd the oth-
ers will nil llll tlio requirements. In
a nilldor form this winie rule hoiiiIk to
tho packing house all of one class uud
reserves n.i breeders the others. Thin
Hortlng out Is n ponlt-vi' neces-slty In
nil kind of fanning Having need
grain raising hogs growing n beef
herd or growing u dairy herd. I'm-
gross Is possible only by selection. The
rule thnt "llko produces like'' 1 not
truo when cut down to absolute limits.
If It "were progress would be Impossi-
ble ltctrogresslon nnd progression
would both tw unknown were tlio rule
of "like produces llko" absolute. We
could only avurugo things by mixing
nnd could not improve tlio brood nor
cvou ninko a now one. Hut llko pro-
duces llko with n variation. Somo
will bo bettor than thu parents nomo
worcr. Tho sled slake rule will keep
tho herd up to the highest excellence
or selecting tho best for keeping nnd
discarding nil others.
Sometimes n man finds his dairy
nctunlly Inferior after breeding for
butter than It was before. Ho may
liavo milked :t few excellent cows of
mixed ancestry mid graded up with n
dalty alro. Somo of the offspring mny
bo better than the mothers koiiio
poorer nnd If he keeps thcin all ho
hns an Inferior herd; If ho disposes of
tho Inferior ones und keeps only tho
best ho should find the held Improv-
ing. This will tio tho result without
buying nny Improved blood. Selection
Is tho main tiling but tho number Umt
must bo discarded from a herd not
bred in dairy lines must bo greater.
Therein nnd only there lies tho nil-
vnulngo of breeding for butter or for
nny other purpose. The number that
must bo rejected Is lessoned by breed-
ing In the direction desired. Suppose
a fnrmer breeds to a (iiiernsoy or a
Jersey bull. The half-bloods will al-
most surely please him. lie goes on
"grading up" nnd In some Instances
finds the higher he grades the pooler
his herd ns it whole. This U discour-
aging but If a fact mo should face It
honestly. AVhy mny this bv It may
lo for the following rea-son: In grad-
ing up the breed'- from all of tho half-
bloods nml a porllou of the offspring
Inclines toward milk giving and a por-
tion nwny from It. The law of varia-
tion gets lu Its work and somo of the
higher grades aro Inferior to the lower
grades und tho farmer Is slower to
Hitcrlllco them lleneo his herd may
us a whole nctunlly retrograde.
Soloction stands first of all as n
menus for securing u good dairy herd.
Italso many savo few feed well and
success Is sure. Hut as said before
sired lino mid selection for many generation--
In thnt lino measurably llxes
traits mid fowcr Individual nulmals
have to bo discarded. Exchange.
DlitKlnu n Wueliilile I'll.
Many people- practice tho plan of
keeping vegetables for a part of the
winter at least In pits dug In the
ground. Where such a plan Is adopted
Bouio precautions aro necessary. Tho
trench ought If possible to bo dug
upon a rldgo or knoll. In nny event
tho ground should slope from Its top
on both sides to turn surface water.
If dug upon a rldgo a small box drain
can bo mndo at tlio center of the bot-
tom carried tho length of the trench
nnd then turned through the bank to
como to tho surface further down tho
slope. A bit of who gauze netting
will keep out mice and other milmnls
nnd the trench wholly freed from the
danger of standing water can bo kept
for uso year nfter year. O ran go Judd
Keep a Ilecord or Your Work.
Evory fnrmer is to n great extent a
manufacturer nnd ought to keep ft
record of his operations. This Is tho
key to success ln nny business lint
tho fioll-tlllcr should nttend to some
o'hor matters lu connection with his
fucouut A. writer ln nu exchange
BUSoGaU) that a map of the farm Mith
L-acli field numbered mid Its size
n.uallty of soil etc. specified will bo
a great aid In keeping track of tho
year's transaction. How many farm-
ers luive such n. guide nnd conveni-
ence? And how ninny kept such a
memoranda tho past year as will ena-
ble them to tell tho expense of each
crop sown? And how about the do-
mestic animals? If 3-011 keep cows
what liavo thoy paid you per head in
tho aggregate? And what of sheep
Hwlno and even chickens? How much
did each contribute to your lucomo
and which was tho most profitable?
Thoso who can answer these perti-
nent questions must be well advised
ln regard to their financial position
nnd need 110 admonition; but wo fear
many nro utterly tumble to glvo nny
detailed account of their farming op-
erations or whether tho balanco Is on
tho right or wrong side of tho ledger.
It Is needless to say that such man-
ngement would soon wreck any com-
mercial enterprise nnd hence tho fre-
quent complaint that "farming don't
pay" Is not surprising. Wo would
suggest thnt you keep an nccurnto ac-
count of your doings and you will not
only bo wiser but oro long richer In
consequence. In fact IvkoIvo that
you will know how you atnnd at tho
eloso of auotber year. Farm Field
Earlr Hiiturlty ot Ilea.
There la not ao much cull uow for
feogi that will keep on growing three
or four years beforo they reach maturi-
ty. The largo hog bus always coarser
meat than the young pig and tbe. dif-
ference wo suspect la because thero is
always soino clicck' to growth In cold
.weather. Spring pigs fattcued In fall
Wttt always mako better pork than
thoy will If kept later. In these times
too tho hug that weighs i."00 to 27)
pounds soils for n higher prlco per
liuuiircd weight than ono that Is heav-
ier. Hence tlio emly-innturlug breeds
that lenih their full weight when ono
or two years old ni'o now the favor-
ites with farmers. Hut their- Is some-
thing to be said In fat or of the heavy-
weights. If not allowed to got too fat
tho lute maturing hogs me better
breeders especially for dams A cross
of an early-ma tuiing boar with a large
long-bodied sow lu lugs pigs thnt for
fattening mo belter than either bred
ii lone. Thoy will bo larger nl birth
and at ten to clcicu months Mill weigh
tidily to llfly pounds moie than the
full-bloods or either rally or lato ma-
lm lug uuiotlos (Mie leason why lab'-
maturing sows mo belter breeders Is
because tfiry keep on growing until
three or fotir years old nnd therefore
their food does not go lo fat as much
ns that of the eaiiy-innlurlng broods
which novel attain largo size. Amorl-
A Wuiiil Sum I iih lli-ilff.
Tho winter siwlng of Move wood Is
apt to bo n monotonous Job and one
withal (hat Is rather woiirlug on tho
left knee of tho ono handling the saw
as ho thus holds tho stick In place. A
labor-saving device Is shown In tho Il-
lustration that run bo attached lu a
moment to u saM-horso mid that will
not tako much time to make. An Iron
rod lwiit Into minimi shaiK and at-
tached to a treadle Is nil there Is to
It. Then one may stand on both feet
iind kim' wood ono foot Iwlilnd on tho
treadle and tho other on tho ground
or Moor. Orange Judd Farmer.
Incubation gives tho chick Its active
start in life henco during tho Incu-
bating period tho hen should bo un-
disturbed and have the best of com-
fort that she may glvo undivided at-
tention to tlio matter lu hand. Hot
nest should bo free from llco and other
pests for thoy are of no benefit niul
aro only disturbers.
Moro chicks' lives nro destroyed by
carelessness during Incubation than
at any other tlmo by unfaithful set-
ters disunited by some intruder.
Setting on the ground Is not ad-
Isablo as too much moisture will di-
minish n hatch wonderfully.
In winter it is dllllcult to keep up
tho temperature mid this should bo
soon to If you expect u good hatch.
Above all have good fertile eggs. See
that the Kireul birds have plenty of
exercise so that tho germs. In tho eggs
1h moro vigorous. For-although fho
incubating period is tu ono souso tho
beginning of tlio fowl'H life much de-
pends upon Us ancestors. If thoy wcro
it poor clas.i of birds the new bird will
luheilt somo of their peculiarities. If
thoy wore a good class the gooj qual-
ities will bo produced In tho chicks.
Over fat fowls Is one givat cause of
so many eggs being Infertile. 1. II.
I'rt-iinriilloit for Solllnir.
If any farmer Is Intending to soil
his cows tho next year this Is tho
tlmo to begin by putting ln ono acre
of ryo for every six cows ho may
have. As ono square rod of It will
feed a cow ono day It Is easy to figure
up Just wliat each will want. Somo
liart of tho farm too may be sown
with orchnrd grass which Is excellent
food to follow the rye nnd with a few
acres of clover will carry tho com's on
until tho earliest Hweet corn will bo
ready. Then rtwrct corn In succession
will fill tho needs of tho town until
tho fall when some green millet wiwn
next Juno Mill comu In as a chaugo
lieforu the winter feeding of ensilage
lioglns. 'i'lilt! method of feeding Mill
keep one com to the aero nil tho sum-
mer with something for tho winter
Miilch will go Into tho silo. A silo and
summer soiling will icduco tho cost
of butter to 10 cents a pound oi of
milk to less than half a cent a pound.
I'll nu NuIfr.
Ten thousand bushels of dried apples
aro among the products of the Kansas
Some of tho Kaunas alfalfa growers
me already beginning to complain of
the presenco of dodder fu their fields.
Spinach likes n rich sandy loam nml
Is 11 rank feeder flood crops can bo
grown on medium sandy laud by using
such fertilizers as blood uud bone fish
or 1'eruvinii guano.
II Is time now that the hens wnro
thoroughly molting. If thoy mo not
sec that thuy liao :t bountiful supply
of nourishing food such as meat and
It Is tlmo that the ducks thnt nro
huddling together ln tho coop lu which
they spent their early days wore put in
' tho house Miilch they 1110 to occupy
FcncLB trees mid such places arc not
tho best roosting plnccs for fowls dur-
ing the cold nnd wet nights of October.
Get them lu good dry quarters. No
need thnt they be as wnrm nnd eloso
ns thoso needed for winter but have
them free from drafts nnd damp.
Tho first thing to bo learned in tho
live stock business 1b that it costs Just
ns much to ralso nnd keep a poor ani-
mal ns it does a good one. When
fanners aro-convinced of this fact It la
not long uutll his plnco Is stocked with
pure-bred nulnia'.s of somo kind.
In tlio early fall la tho best time to
apply innnuro to fruit trees .that It
may get tho benefit of the fall rains
which wash Its soluble parts into the
soil. This starts an early growth In
tho spring. It Is not best that tho
most luxuriant growth should bo rnado
whllo tho fruit Is maturing.
It is better farming to grow pigs on
grass than on grain. Roots mid clover
liny in tho winter will greatly reduce
tho cost of keeping them und they
must bo kept growing during that Ben-
son If wo would liavo them lu condi-
tion to quickly fatten for tho spring
market; not fat but growing.
Thero Is hardly a cheaper way of
growing pork thnn to allow tho pigs
tho run of a good clover field giving n
good dally slop feed In addition. A
good breed farrowed In April under
good treatmcut. will maintain a growth
which will lit them for market n good
season la. the full or curly winter
Knglaud's wheat area was dimin-
ished by 01000 acres or SO per cent
last year while at tho same tlmo the
number of pigs wan increased 500000
or 21 per cent. It Is evident that the
country canuot profitably produeo Its
own breadstuff but no reason has yet
beeti taunt for tho turn toward pork.
Highest of alt in Leavening Power.
Too tunny people in tho church
Mould rather be comets thnn stars of
A big man groans most mIicii he gets
sick because there Is morn of him to
Tho truly great ii-nn Is ns npt to for-
give as his power Is nfilo lo revenge.
Tho hlglitcsrinhabltedbulldlug lu
Kurnpo Is tho Alpine eltib house 12
000 feet ubovo the nca level.
The lnrgest check was ono of $20
0002.10 drawn on tho Hank of Hug-
land in payment for tho Klmberly
In Middle Smlthlleld IV thero Is a
chestnut tree that measures nineteen
fcot In circumference four feet nbovo
Wlim Wrinkles hrniutlin llrnir.
And tho locl prow wnnl nnd silvery Iiiflnnitle'
el age come on nn re. Toielnrdnnd ameliorate
llieie Is ene ot Hie Uenlgn effects of lloitvllei'i
(lomncb Hitlers nmeillclno lo wlilch II10 seed
snd Infirm rnn retort n a sulo nolnco nnd Inrln-
omiit. It lountcrnrta n tendency lo rlKiiinntUm
ns'l neuralgia Iniprotc ill(;ellin rectifies 111-
tmttnCM nnd orercome mnlnrln. A wliiciilam
More retiring inumolc slmnlier
Tho deepest eoal mine in Kuropo is
n r.nmbcrt Holgium. Depth 3-100
Tho Ingest landed estate iq
the C.ar NIchfllas of Kussia
Flying frogs nro
numerous in Ilor-
Tho cojt of tho machinery of tho
now socond class llrtllsh oruly.-r Glad-
stone Is said to bo over S3r0000.
Ono hundred thousand Odd Fellows
liavo died slnco tho order was organ-
ized in tho United States.
In tho tlmo of Christ tho seven
bright sturs collectively as tho "Illg
Dipper'' wcro in tho form of a diamond.
San .lose California is tho largest
prune market in tho world. In n sin-
(;le week that city has shipped to oth-
er markets I(i0()0()0 pounds.
The most rapid growth lu tho ex-
ports of Japan Is in lloor mattings
which now go to tlio United States
and Kuropo in lots of 100000 pounds.
When you' hear a man talking about
having tho best wlfo on earth it Is a
good tlmo to M'oteh how hu treats her.
V UCCr IldlilCde AIiraT."l''IUwSJiU''
Illnn Runt II IlKfwl A rluij"
ro all well known or flesh hone f TflfflhQ fill
ami muscle una eaMlvcurod by c'uJavuL'l I1
Tho great succoss of the chocolate preparations of
tho house of Walter Bakor & Co. (established
in 1780) has led
of thoir name labels and wrappers. Walter
Baker h. Co. aro the oldest and largest manu-
facturers of puro and high-grade Cocoas and
Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are
used in their manufactures.
Consumers should ask for and be sure that
thoy got tho genuine Walter Baker it Co.'s goods.
WALTER BAKER &- CO. Limited.
to all who
Doe the work quicker does it better lute longer lefts ha M at
I once. Sold everywhere. Mode only by
N. K. Fail-bank Company 8t Lout.
perfect health comfort
Sforr's Emulsion is the best fat-food baby'can fcave la.
the easiest form. It supplies what he cannot get in hit
ordinary food and helps him over the weak placerio ptrltst
growth For the growing child it it growth. 'For tht futt'
grown new life. . -
Scrtt 4 Bownt Ntw York. Ail Drug iuu. . It
Latest U.S. Gov't Report
dust as you tuo pleased
faults you nro displeased
it Is the wny we In which employ the
odd minutes that counts for or against
us In tho end.
IIpiiIHi oner. Iuiiiilreil l iiiiteaallf retrain
nl yrt l'urkrr'iOliwer'Icmli' ImwUiilncd tlicc tt
ul! In ninny c:ii!i liuod (ur cicrjr wenknt-11 a1
il lit rc.
Itomnnco has been elegantly defined
as tho offspring of lie' ion and love.
Ills mure Hi nu unnderfut
linw Mlc-iitl)' peiip'e mllrr Willi enrns. (let fears
nnd cumlort I) mnii-lnir lliein ltli llln.lcrcurm.
A woman can look thoroughly natls-
fled when she is not A man can't do
"Xtancon's Map-to Corn Balvt."
Wsrrnnti-I t. rum or Montr rv'umlM. Aik yo-i
druiriilit lur It. rikolltt-iita.
Tho cultlvntluti of tobacco is prohlb
Itcd in I'gypt.
FITU- ll fit-. Mot'l"--! free l.yllr.K line's flresl
l-r ItcnKirrr. hnlltsHflirllianrstilsjr'siiM.
SlArtf-loutcuri-. TrriiUtiinml VJIrlnlbottlf-frp t-t-llcou-s.
rutting nickels In tho slot is llko
pouring water Into a rnt hole.
ir llin Ilnli-r Is rnltliis-l'ertn.
rt tuie and iim Hist old and well Wed ttniedjr KM
WiktLon's KooTiusa tlrnir fur Children Tsstblnf.
I. very mail hates his rival but somo
of them successfully conceal It.
. s-.--j Co-lull Ilnlanm
li thorll(--ni i.t. It villi lirrsk up sCoM qnlckM
Uisu ii) Uilng cl.. It l .; nlUbl. Tr It.
In tho French army a non-commissioned
ofllccr loses nil chnnco of influ-
ence or authority of his men If his
ugliness Inspires either disgust 01
Ttn " 1 fcr iTrnnrnT
W. K. U.-WICIIITA-YOL. S MO. 46.
When Aiiaircrlnt; Ailtertltomcntf Flssia
Mention Tills l'ir.
to tho placing on the market
and unscrupulous imitations
fJ J .
The baby'smission itt
work in life is growth To
that .little bundle of -loye
half trick half dream eyery
added ounce of flesh meant
added- happiness and com
fort. Fat is the
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