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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Des Moines, Iowa                             THE DES JI01NES FRIDAY MARCH 12 in Hutchinson County Texas Selling Fast TIKE UP TMIFF BILL A GOOD INVESTMENT The steady tendency of investors and homeseekers toward the south west have gradually concentrated on liuuliinsou county The many ad vantages ol ibis county are the cause ot its reumiuablt and steady growth Thcj hail never beeu a boom in this linn oi the country but the growia lias been steady auci sure lusuriug the investor ot the value of this mud us growth has only just begun sew towns are buriugiug uu and a new railroad m the couise ot con structioa Tho many demands of a new country are so numerous that commercial interests are very active A railroad is being put through from Dalhart which will run through tue northern part of Hutchinson Uo This e n nvestmeut Co of this city has secured a large tract of and in the Canadian River Valley There is peculiarity about Texas toil It Is a kind reddish color buf extremely fertile It is the ac cumulation of centuries washed from the uulands The products of Hutchinson count include all those of the wheat corn milomaise kafflrcorn lias rve barley timothy clover al falfa and potatoes All fruits and veg etables yield abuudan This coun try is so situated that it has botu a good and a domestic market rainfall in Hutchiusou Co has for the past twelve years according to government statistics averaged more than twentyfour This falls principally in the growing season the year Underground water lies at the depth of from twenty to fifty feet This supply is practically Inexuaus tible and isabsolutely litre The climate in this county is almost ideal tho average is about sixtysix degrees The air is pure and abso lutely free from disease germs Ca tarrah asthma throat and lung trou bles gradually give way before this invigorating air The growing season is long lasting from six to seven months Every day we receive lettersask ing questions concerning this country end in order to give you an idea of what people think of it who live there we are printing an extract from Jie Plainview News with answers The Plainview News recently called the farmers of Hale county together in its columns for an meeting Hale county is in the South Plains and lately has beeu re ceiying a large immigration The ex perience meeting was in tne form ot letters giving their experience and of the productive Qual ity of the soil These letters were in reply to a seriesof questions submit ted by the editor as follows 1 How long have you been in this county 2 What do you consider are the capabilities of the soil in Hale County 3 What has been your success as a farmer 4 What has been your success in hog raising D Islttts a good fruit county Do apples growwell here How about other fruits 6 Hoiris tie water supply and is it gopi t JDo you want to sell or do you expect to remain Followingare some of the answers I am glad to answer such questions as you have asked 1 1 have been here 18 years 2 As to the capabilities of the soil I ara glad to say that we jw anything suited to his climate in great abundance 3 I will say as to my success as n farmer that in the 18 years 1 have ilever failed ralways kept over two head of stock and from that to 400 and have raised my own feed 4 We have no diseases among boss I now have over 200 head 5 I have had plenty of fine fruit Apples peaches plums and grapes are especially fine No better country for berries 6 It isa pleasure to recommend our pure cold water to he thirsty travelers I dont want to sell my home J H BUNTIN My reply to your questions is as fol lows I have been here practically One year 2 I do not think I ever saw more productive soil for everything 3 As to my success as a farmer my neighbors sayI will make tu bush els of corn per acre My maize and kafflr corn are very flue uiy alfalfa is on what people here call upland VLL it is now about ready for the third cutting 1 sold land in Indiana for per acre and bought here an improv ed farm for 22 yet I am making more on this cheap land per acre than I made on that Besides I can culti vate two acres here to one there 1 have kept one hundred head of hogs on teacres of alfalfa They have eaten no grain yet they are almost ready for the market 4 I consider this a very fine hojx country 6 I have seen the finest apples grow here and I consider it n fine appie country 6 No man ever saw finer walei and that in great abundance and shal low This country is trooci enough for me W H JEWRIES Tour attention is directed to Uio classified pages of this Issue which contains an advertisement renlete win ull information regarding this won Serful country or send to the Smitli Investment Co located in the IOWR jjoan Trust bldg of this city House Expected to Make Few Changes in Measure as It Comes From the Ways and Means Committee WASHINGTON March re publican senators of the committee on finance will begin a stematic study of the new tariff ill as soon as copies are obtained They feel the importance of press ing the measure to a speetiy ueleruiin jation ami Senator Aldrich as chair man ot the committee has said that he would make an effort to have the bill reported as soon as possiule alter its passage by the house The bill cannot of course be of ficially considered by the committee as a whole until after it has been passed by the house and transferred to the senate in tb3 usual formal man j ner It is believed however that the ouse will make few changes in the bill after it is reportedfrom file com mittee on ways and means and the republican members of the senate com mitiee on finance feel that they will lave in the house committee bill as ood a basis for their operations as hey will have after that measure has received the consideration of the house itself Many Changes in Senate It is expected that many changes will be made in the senate and that most of them will be suggested by the finance committee In the senate the smaller states have a greater propor ionate representation than in the louse and if the bill as it comes from the house should lail to give what it s considered adequate protection to some oftheir industries there would undoubtedly be a strenuous effort by the senators from those states to re store the desired equilibrium The thinly populated states of the west are especially in the protection of wool hides fruits lead ore cop per etc and will unquestionably re sist any effort to discriminate against them and they would regard as such effort the placing of any of these ar icleB onthe free list West Not Represented As the committee on finance is at present constituted the far west Is without representation on it There is little doubt however that in the reorganization this defect will be remedied but even though there should be no change in this direction the senators are still confident that the committee would take care of their interests If they should fall to do BO they will make their fight on Jhe senate floor While Senator Aldrlchs hope is to have the bill In shape to be reported soonafter it comes from the house much will depend upon the character of the house measure and the dis position of the members of the Inance committee Unquestionably the controlling desire In the senate will be to make the bill a protective measure and it is not be leved the republican senators will per mit their desire for haste to cause hem to sacrifice ibis feature of it RESTORED TO HEALTH IN THIRTY DAYS Jungle Woman No Different from Her Civilized Sister Experiences Same Emotions Loves and Vanities But Often Shows Finer Feelings Says Ministers Wife Des Moines Stqmach Specialist Again Demonstrates EHs Marvelous Ability Madrid Iowa Man Gives Testimonial Highly Commending Br O A Young Mr John Malcbm R F B No 2 Madrid Iowa has taken one months treatment from Dr O A Young and is well Mr Malcons testimonial follows in which he describes his caee how he was February 1st be fore starting Dr Youngs treatment and how be was March month later ducing which time he was under Dr Youngs care March 1 1909 This Is to certify that I called on Dr O A Young at Des Moines 1st 1909 after suffering for about six months October 20th 1908 I was compelled to drop my work on account of my condition and I was so weak I could hardly stand unassisted I had been suffering with very severe pains in the back and was gradually growing worse losing weight and strength I had lost twenty pounds had no ap petite was very restless had gas on the stomach and bowels was un able to sleep and felt worse on aris ing in the morning than when 1 went to bed In fact my condition was very severe and alarming After being under treatment but a month with Dr 0 A Young I am feeling fine have a good appetite am fast regaining both weight healh and vigor and I am in fact putting it mildly when I consider rar recovery in o short a time practi cally miraculous JOHN MALCOM R F D No 2 Madrid Iowa This is cne of many testimonials which Dr Young is receiving con stantly from grateful patients many who had suffered for long years from chronic stomach afflictions Dr Young specializes in tbe treatment of chronic stomach and kindred dis eases and has under treatment at tho present time many hundreds of pa tients living in all pnrts of the coun try Six large rooms are required to bangle his enormous practice Ho is located on tbo second floor of the WnLrous block 200 Sixth nvonuc opposite the street car waiting room Consultation and examination are free of charge Special Correspondence CLEVELAND Ohio March The women of tbe Kongo nnd the women of Chicago are actuated by identically the same moral Instincts says Prof Frederick Starr of tbe University of Chicago who has vascll Intod between the drawing rooms of civilization and the thatched huts of barbarism to find out And now Mrs Gabriel Magnire one of the few American women who knows the heart of Africa as she does the cities of civilization goes even further and declares that the African often shows even finer feeliugs than her more favored sisters On her honeymoon trip Mrs Ma gnire accompanied her husband wbo was a Baptist missionary to the Mayombi tribe on n 300mile journey up the Kongo She was carried 205 miles iu a hammock I have seen Mayombi girls sold in marriage and they cried and beat their arms in an agony of protest she said But I have never seen one who would sell herself as some of our American girls do And mother shall never forget the first ex hibition we saw over there On the ground lay a boy with his neckin a thick wooden yoke An old woman was writhing on the ground beside him Tbe boy was to be sold beyond the mountains course webought him and gave him back rtb The price was an old coat worth about 50 cents Those women dressed only in a necklace of beads or copper iron brace lets and anklets are as modest as our women Shame doeant result from women suffer the tor beauty doctors The scantiness of costume or the lack of it but from leaving off what we are accustomed to wear I have seen little girls blush with shyness wheu spofcen to by a stranger just as our little girls do Oh yes 1 mean blush Its a general mistake to believe thnt the interior African is black He is the color of a new penny 41 As to vnnity there Isnt much dif ference between savagery and civiliza tion Society tures of the Kongo women submit to the knife of the medicine man wbo ornaments them with artistic Anu how they love the anklets and bracelets The women comb find smear their skins loosing into pools 01 burnished metals AH wives are bought for a pig Often for n hen The ony time a man will work is to buy a richer he is One can only support herself and husband All the others muke a profit A man with more tlian thirty wives Is a jungle multimillion aire And tbe same coquetry that makes a woman try to attract a man here is also in the makeup of the savage roman The bargain counter rash is also ingrained I think When ve dis carded old clothing we didnt dare to give1 it for fear of hurting MINISTER HAS PRAISE FOE DARWIN Greatest Friend of Christian Religion He Says MUNCIE Ind Marcli That Charles Darwin originator of the theory of mans descent from inferior animals was the greatest friend of tne Christian religion since Jesus was the thought of a sermon preached by the Rev Henry B Taylor the new pastor of the First Universalist church here It seems to me that Darwin Darwinism have done more to fluence theology and arl in tnan any reform or reformer since Jesus said he That Darwin confessed his in aptitude for metaphysics and confined his studies and expression of them to his own peculiar province does not greatly signify in this connection Men especially if they be writers of the ology can not wholly escape the pre valent ideas of their time have moved into a more habitable and cheerful world because of the great work which Darwin accomplished HE WAS OUT OF PRACTICE SELVILLE March curious fact is recorded here The local ex ecutioner died his death being due to remorse For several years lie had not carried out any executions Re cently he was summoned to Cordova to inflict the penalty on some crim inals The impression made upon him was so painful that he was unable to face the ordeal when summoned to j execute the last criminal condemned here and the sentence will have to be executed by an executioner from Madrid Anthracite Operators Refuse to Make Concessions to Min Call Convention aiA March ubcomiuittee of the nutlaticlto mine workers and operators will hold au other meeting this afteruoou ajid eu to reach au agreement to go into ofteet at tlie expiration of the working arrangement between the men and their employers Phe flat refusal of the opemtqrs to muke any concessions has greatly de pressed the representatives of the miners While they expected tin operators would refuse to concede tbe Iiriucipul demands they did not ex pect them to make such u clean sweep of niltheir prppositions Tbe miners will today make their answer to tbe operators offer to re new the present agreement for three years 1resident Lewis of the miners union has not announced whathis an swer will be but It is not improbable that be will accept the operators they will L consent to make certain changes In tbe present working arrangement for which some of tuemiuersiirdifferent sections of the anthracite regions are clamoujny Make No Concessions Judging from the attitude taken by the operators some tmie ago which attitude has not been cbhnged by uroseUt negotiations It is not likely that the coal presidents will coucede the men much If this turns out to bo the case it is declared by the men that they will either call a convention of the anthra cite miners or call into session tbe international executive board of the union to decide upon the next step Tbe full committee of anthracite miners held aii executive session this morning in the hail of the central labor union in which President Lewis outlined to them bis plans for tills afteruoous conference Lewis IB Finn President was very much provoked today because the operators yesterday refused to receive him and wife wives be has the associates as officers of the United Mine Workers but merely as repre sentatives of the coal miners em ployed iu the mines owned by the former only agreement I will sign with tbe operators is as T L Lewis president of tbe hotly de clared Mr Lewis We will uot be divorced from the organization but will insist upon owr rights as men be continued Asked If he will make any other proposition to the operators in view of tbe rejection of tbe demands yes terday Mr Lewis said We will not qualify one of the de have made but will insist that everything we have asked for shall be granted Do you look for trouble In case the operators insist upon the rejection of your demands aud refuse to recog nize the union I am not predicting trouble looking for it All 1 have to say is that we will insists upon our demands and will niake our attitude very clear to the operators1 In view of tbe probable disagree ment of the conference today it may be stated positively that tbere willbe a convention of three district unions of the anthracite region the latter part of this month to consider tbe question of continuing work after the expiration of the present three years agreement on March 31 feelings Mr Mngulre would throw It in thV alrj nndisvich a scramble They would pull and tear to get a piece The next Sunday the success ful ones would come to church with just a vest or sash of cloth on mi ICE Hutchinson Brothers Expert Cream Men Buy Large Local Business F D and C J Hutchinson expert ice cream makers have bought out right the business of the McFarland Ice Cream company and will continue tbe concern under the same name The new proprietors will keep te business up to the high standard maintained by A T McFarland who had the only exclusive ice cream re grating plant in tbe state Mr McFarland disposed of his factory be cause of the poor health of his son Louis Both will go to Colorado aud other westeru states iu search of a beneficial climate j cality F D Hulcinuson seven years ago i established an ice cream plant at Sioux City Inter selling it to his brothers He also i started tbe best retail store in the state fit Sioux City and made bis Purity brand of Ices famous ail over the slate Four ago he opened a isecoiKl factory wbicb he is still operating at Cedar Itapids C T Hutclilusou has been iu the same business at Baltimore Married 04 Years MASON CITY Miirch and Mrs J H Howard of Nashua have just celebrated their sixtyfourth wedding anniversary Howard is 92 years of age and is a native of Kentucky Mrs Howard is 81 years old aud is a native of Vir ginia They were married at Elgin III In 1852 they set out for Califor beliiud an ox team They re turned in S50 and located iu Nashua are the oldest settlers Iu that lo I Clothes Of Class For Men CLOTHES do not make the man yet they do display his tastes and character In our spring suits you find lots of character and their long iapels the graceful drapeandtbe broad shoulders give one an impresstue appearance We have all colors but are featuring the new ef fects in Greens Olives Tans and Stone Shades Come and see themits worth while Worth muck more but the price is from to New Shirts New Hats REED ARRESTED FOR SLLEJED FRSUO Former Prominent Davenport Lumber Man Charged With Swindling Canadians DAVENPORT March S Reed a former prominent Daven porter is under arrest at Montrci Canada charged with obtaining mbny under false pretenses Reed is presi dent of the Canadian Thermos Bottle company and is charged with obtain ing from several victims on false pretensesReed attempted to get one prominent Canadian to invest but he became suspicious and stayed out Some leading railway men are said to be among those stung Reed been released on JlOwO bonds Married 6O Yean IDA GROVE Maien and Mrs Charles W Moore of this city celebrated their sixtieth anniversary They were married In Wood county Ohio in 1840 and lived there until they came to Iowa In 1800 first locating in Mar Bacon to Go to France PARj March report re ceived from the United States that for mer secretary of state Robert Bacon might be chone to succeed Henry White as ambassador to France has created considerable surprise here as it has been understood in diplomatic and governmental circles that Mr White would remain Real Estate Transfers 0DEIDS Hnttle S Bowpber and husband to Krecl Schnnr lot 4 block 2 O P N K Vt W SW H N W M 17824 2oO O W McNelH Hid Trffo to John J Parks lot 0 and B 14 7 Ilrowni add to Ituniiclls B r secner and wife to Jouu Oldaeld Iot3 01 and 62 KltiemRD Place John Oldflold ami wife to Catherine lot IS Klujjman Ilace Bert Smith widower to Joseph E RCJ noliln lot 7 block 57 Stewarts add 2100 Sarah Lron single to J G Van Rossnm lot 9 U M Manns S D of lots 12 and 13 J T Grltmnn widower to Samuel 1 Speck lots C aud 7 block 3 pint S100 Notile FUnagan anm to Charlotte L Brlcn lot 17 block 20 1st add to Valley Jet HHUS B tlauson and wife to Albert Henry lotn 9 to 12 Smiths 0th add to DOB M Allen L ChnmneSB and wife to Frefl erlck Gegucr land In 13TO2G Henry P Macanley nnd wife to Laz nms und Mi Int In lot 5 block 4 K Fort Des M tOOO darn B Williams ana husband to Same TJnd H Int in lot 5 block 4 K Ft Des M George W Bnller and wife to Charles Gardner 8 35 A S E i S Et 8122 J17SO Charier Iltlr and wife to C Grant Mor row Gastons S D Corn Belt Land Loan Co to J B Morton et nl lots in plat 1 Auburn Heights 4500 D7 E Baker and wife to David B nut ton lots 2 3 4 block 3 Andrews aud land In 93023 shall After a few years in Mary Shuer and husband et al to James uten S W Vt S E 14 308022 H of W fHSglW J E Jllllcr nnd wife lo John J Master I laud In 31823 lSO21 and Sl8122 The CttlzeiiK Xatl Peterson lots 13 im 1urk J200 Bunk to Kmina C 14 block Oak Carrie B Sullivan and husband to Eliza beth A Wvlnnd mid Vt Int In W Vj N S lot 20 0 I S E 4 S W Vt 07824 August E Anderson nnd wife lo W U I Hurnslde lot 2 O 1 of W 398 ft X s w M c7634 am SlBClAI YVAKUAXTY DEED Marine Crawford nnd husband I ot ill to Florence 1 Tnltmtt lot iMti CallI Ital 1ark 1llOBATE IUBKD Henry r MfuulUy guardian to I LjicaI rus nnd VI Int Ill lot 5 block 4 E ft Des M TAX D15ED Treasurer cf 1olk county to f P Gnlli rle lot i block 4 JtoIMnsons Garden ndll I S130 QUIT CLAIM L B llambletou and husband to C Gutlirle lot 0 blocl 4 Kolllusons den add to N Des M v20 Reliable Remedy for Both sexes and all ages who have I any symptoms of Epileptic Fits ipil nerrotis twitching or trembling I should use Kosmu at once the onlyl guaranteed specific or Epilepsy I W M Federrnann the well known I druggist of Kansas City Mo Our experience with Kosine been truly remarkable Many CE have come under our personal obd vation that have been vastly impri ed and benetited We do ttot hesitate to give our personal guarantee to any I one who is afflicted with this terrjole disease Epilepsy The price will be refunded byl Reed Hurlbut if not fully satisfied afl ter using a bottle This trial at 4url expense Mail orders filledThai Kosine Company Washington or Reed Hurlbut5th and Walnut Beaton county they came to Ida I Grove and this has been their home I for thirty years Mr Moore Is S3 and his wife 77 Get Overcoats Back IOWA CITY March thieves who robbed Iowa fra ternity houses aud mysteriously re1 turned thestolen overcoats leaving j garments on the cffurt house steps have not yet beeu detected Students who were lucky enough to get back overcoats from the man with the pricking conscience were as follows Read Lane Davenport Francis Varga W n Hayes Mason City B W McNanus Keoknk Horace Towuer Corning B A Flickinger Council Bluffs Harry Muir Ames Charles Spaulumg Car roll George Bowen Carroll Pioneer Drops Dead IOWA CITY March Andrew Altmire a pioneer of John son county dropped dead today at his home in Liberty township lie was nearly 70 Surviving are two sons John and Philip and an adopted daughter Mrs Jacob Sellmnn Grandmother of 42 IDA GROVE March Hudloff grandmother ot fortytwo grandchildren died at George Iowa aud the remains were brought here her old home for buriel She was 82 years of age IN YOUR OWN HOHi TO BE MARRIED Sample Shoe Store Below are just a few of the many specialsfor Saturday Mens and shoes and oxfords latest styles all leathers at Meus box calf value Ladies Vassar shoes Ladies oxfords all leathers Ladies first grade rubbersi Childrens good rubbers Mens rubbers Misses kid 208 WEST WALNUT Daughterof Ambassador May Be Bride of Silesian Count IARIS March report is elr cnlntcd in diplomatic circles that Muriel White the only daughter Henry White the American ambas ijiit to France is engaged to wed actively identified with tile MoFjir1 Count Sertb Joscli a wealthy Sllej land plant Several improvements are uoblemnn and a Roman Catholic j contemplated JIJSB White is a beauty of half a seasons and lias moved in the most brilliant circles ot Hritlsh and French society since her debut seven years ago Her first appearance in ixnirtoti society was vvlien HIIC acted as bridesmaid at Peggy Prim roses marriage in Westminster abbey which King Edward and Queen Alex inndra attended She is very tall ard graceful aud has been described as the most charming listener in society Henry White lias been in the diplo matic service since 1884 although he jwn out for a few years Cleve land Miss White was educated In Knrope J P May Be Mayor IOWA CITY March Attorney O A Klnderdine Justice of ilie peace formally announced to ilny he would be ciuuthtate for mayor subject to the democratic con ventions action next Berlin liledi cat Institute Comer 5th ana Walnut Strttts DCSHIOMCS DOCTORS CONSULT EXPERIENCCO RELIABLE SPECIALISTS IN ALL CHRONIC NERVOUS PILES SKIN PROSTATIC VARICO CELE AND OTHER iDISEASES It will pay you to consult US before taking treatment elsewhere You Will Be Well Pleased Terms to Suit Your Convenience A Quick Small Foe NO GUESS WORK about out treat ments Patients cured by us years aeo nre sound and well today there are thousands of sufferers who would con sult us they were certain we could cure them Are you one of them You are welcome to consult us abso lutely free whether you take treatment or not Dont let wasting ailments undermine your constitution until you become a nervous and physical wreck If you are nervous sleepless weak gloomy de spondent loss of memory and feel that your vital forces arc etudnally slipping oway dont hesitate lo call or write We treat without cutting or surgical operation Our terms nre rensonahle and within the reach of every one Consultation and Strictly Confidential HOURS8 n m to 9 p m Sunday I a m to t p m FROM FACTORY TO HOME NOT1H THE PIANO COMBINE This Beautiful Burmeister Piano Special Introductory Price Only GOOD ONLY THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK TRY IT IN YOUR OWN HOME FIRST This proposition shows our faith and confidence in the merits of the pianos better than could anything else We put the piano in your own home for you to try it at your leisure without salespeople or agents to annoy you After 30 days if the piano suits you you can begin paying for it on easy payments as low as weekly F O Evans Co Ninth and Locust Both Phones 128 PIANOS FROM FACTORY TO HOME Special Train TEXAS H and Southwest Service VIA Union Station Connec tions Kansas City and St Louis Rates and Infor mation W CLAPPER D F and P A Des Moines Iowa   

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