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' WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6, 1012.
THE HARTFORD HERALD
YOU MUST SOW
Population Increased from
10,000 to 90,000
IN THE PASTJTHIRTY YEARS
Plans to Establish Suburban
Colonies Are Meeting
LAND THKItti IS SKLMXfl HIGH
Jerusalem 13 growing Tapldly,
and several movements are on foot,
In addition to those begun by
Nathan Strauss, the' philanthropist
of this city, and others for the
amelioration of the living condi
tions of the Jews fhero.
According to a Teport made to
the Department of Commerce anil
Labor the population of Jerusalem,
particularly the Jewish part, has
growtf remarkably, and chiefly 'in
the last 30 years, increasing In t,liat
period from 10,000 to not less than
a 50,000 out of a total population of
J between 80,000 -and 100,000.
"The Jewish quarter within the
walled city," continues the raport,
"has long been crowded, anfi the
new arrivals from Russia and Uall
cla, Bokhara and Yemen, Persia
and Morocco -spread over tht out
skirts of the city, mainly to suburbs
to the northwest, off the JafTa road.
Sir Moses Monteflore, the Anglo
Jewish philanthropist of tht nine
teenth centnTy, did much 'tor the
. . amelioration lot the housing condK
tions of the Jewish population of
Jerusalem. In his honor a testl
y monial fun-d of about $50,000 was
collected In Bngand, which has
been employed In continuation of
the work he Inaugurated.
"The money Is used to make ad
vances to local building societies on
condition oT the members of the
societies fmtllng part Of tho cost
and submitting their building plans
for approval to representatives of
the committee. The advances are
repayable -without Interest In 10
years from completion of the
scheme, nnd the money is then
again advanced for a fresh enter
prise. In this way Ave suburban
colonies have been erecxed, each
containing GO to 70 houses; In the
newest ol them the minimum
amount spent on each dwelling was
$1,000. The construction through
out is neat "and substantial, though,
owing to the remarkable' Hse in the
price of land near the city, the site
on which the" colony Is built cost
four times us much per square yard
n9 that of the other settlements.
More space has been allowed for
tho roads and trees have been
planted along them.
"Other Tellglous denominations
have erectcU Immense 'buildings
around Jerusalem, such as the
Orthodox Greek convents on the
Jaffa road and the Mount Of Olives,
the Roman Catholic orphanage, and
the German "Protestant Institutions
by the Damascus Gate and on tho
northern heights. Dut thtsy have
not done anything considerable) for
the Improvement of housing cor tho
good laying taut of suburbs. The
result is that between the -abundance
of great stone churcheb and
institutes there are row8 of wretch
ed slums. A few wealthy Bokhara
Jews have built line mansions, but
there are few rich members among
Jerusalom, nnd lew who can aTford
to build for themselves a decent
"The project has, therefore, been
mooted in England of forming -a
small garden suburb outside Jeru
salem In which the houseB could m
let to the better class artisans who
can afford to pay a rent of $40 Xv
$50 a year. The Idea of garden
suburbs has achieved striking pop--ularity
in England and Germany,
and it Is recognized as offering tho
"best solution for the housing prob
lem of tho large industrial cities of
our time, and at tho same time as
fostering the love of the land and
of nature which the modern concen
tration of the population in towns
has threatened. At some little dis
tance from Jerusalem land can still
be purchased fairly cheaply, and it
is calculated that ft substantial lit
tle house with half an acre could be
provided for about $1,000. The
garden space could be planted with
figs and olives and garden produce,
for which there Is a ready market
y in tho city, and thus the tenant
would be able to make a little in-
dadto know you have wed K, Tell
your friead bow R (topped your Wltatf
hair aid Greatly promoted K growth.
A Your Dorter. " itfi'lfe
SO DOES AN AD.
IN THIS PAPER!
And an ad. ATTRACTS
Let Us Boom Your Trade.
come by the care of his land. Tho
houses would be laid out according
to a plan which would preserve tho
natural beanty of the site, and tho
supervision of the dwellings and
the upkeep ttif roads and common
buildings would be In the hands of
a local committee. Communication
with the city would be established
by a diligence or bus, unless the
tramway concession, of which so
much has been heard, materializes,
In which case tho line might be
brought out to the suburb." New
I'oito Hlco's New Wonder.
From Jar away Porto Rico comes
reports of a wonderful new discov
ery that'is believed will vastly beff
otit the people. Ramon T. Mar
chan, of Barcclonetn, writes: "Dr.
King's 'New Discovery Is doing
splendid work here. It cured me
about five times of terrible coughs
and colds, also my brother of a se
vere cold In his chest and more
than 20 others, who used it on my
advice. We hope this great medi
cine will yet bo sold in every drug
store in Porto Rico." For throat
and lung troubles It has no equal.
A trial will convince you of Its
merits. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tle free. Guaranteed by James H.
To Our Correspondents.
We print a list, of subjects below
which will be of much assistance to
correspondents in writing for The
Herald: Always send us accounts
of deaths, births, marriages, real
estate "Seals, live stock sales, con
flagrations, accidents, condition of
crops, unusual weather conditions,
visiting abroad, (not neighborhood
visits), -social meetings, lodge meet
ings, Church news, school news,
condition of roads, family re-unions,
(short accounts), curiosities,
relics, robberies, murders, some
thing good about people, anything
of general interest. Also, please
send all accounts of deaths and
marriage In as soon as possible,
and do xiot wait till you send In
your regular letter. Mall your let
ters so they will reach us on Mon
days of each week. tf
Only ii Fire Hero
But the crowd cheered, as, with
burned htctids, he held up a small
round box. "Fellows!" he shout
ed, "this liucklen's Arnica Salve I
hold, hag everything beat for
burns." Right! Also for bolls, ul
cers, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts,
sprains, bruises. Surest pile cure.
It subdues Inflammation, kills pain.
Only 25 cents at James H. Wll
Returning from school the other
afternoon a little girl Informed her
mother that she had learned how to
"Woll, dear," tsald her mother,
"and how Is it done?"
"Why, when you write 'Hark!'
you put a hat-pin after it; and
n'hen you ask a quetlon you put a
button-hook," November Lippln
Twinges of rheumatism, back
ache, stiff Joints and shooting pains
all show your kidneys are not work
ing right. Urinary irregularities,
loss -of sleep, nervousness, weak
back and sore kldney8 ten the need
of a good, reliable kidney medicine.
Foley Kidney Pills are tonic,
strengthening and restorative. They
build up tho kidneys and regulate
their action. They will give you
quick relief and contain no habit
forming drugs. Safe and always
Bure. Try them. All dealers. m
"This fashion journal says that'
there will bo no change In coats
this winter' said Mrs. Nagg.
"And something, tells me that
there wl11, bo no change In pants,"
snapped Mr. Nagg, as be sadly sur
veyed his frayed trousers,
Members of Family Wit
ness Final Scene.
COMMITTEE MEETING CULLED
To" Take Action in Filling
Yacancy No Inconve
nience to Voters.
l'POMINKXT MEN SIKXTIOXKI)
I'tica, N. Y., Oct. 30. Af.er a
long Illness Vice President James
Schoolcraft Sherman died at his
homp In this city at 9:42 o'clock
to-night of uremic poison caused by
He had been sinking since early
morning, and It was realized that
death was a question of only a
There was -slight relief shortly
after 7 o'clock, caused by an ap
parent improvement In the condi
tion" of the "kidneys, but it did not
prove real 'or lasting, and at best
gave only temporary hope.
At 0 oVlock the patient's temp
erature rose to 106.- From that
time his condition rapidly passed
from bal to worse until the end.
Mr. Sherman wns unconscious when
the end came, and had been In that
condition for hours. '
Soon after Mr. Sherman's death
Dr., Fayette H. Peck, flie attending
physician, issued the following
"The Vice- President died at 9-42
p. m. without regaining conscious
ness for a moment. He was per
fectly quiet. He dle'd In the pres
ence of his wife, her brother and
slsrtrr, his two brothers and his
three sons and their wives. Ho had
been entirely unconscious sine? 7
o'clock, when he had a period of
partial consciousness lasting for
about fifteen minutes. Hu died In
a uremic moma as a result of
Bright'8 disease, heart discaso and
Culls CoimiiltH-u Meeting.
Xew York, Oct. 31. Chairman
HTHes, of the Republican National
Committee, shortly 'before 1 o'clock
this morning announced that he
ha"d called a meeting of the Nation
al Committee for "November 12 in
Chicago to select a successor to the
late James S. Sherman as the Re
irablican candidate for Vice Presi
dent. "Mr. Hllles made the following
"The national 'convention which
met In Chicago In June delegated to
the National Committee power to
fill vacancies on the national tick
et. The death of Mr. Sherman,
candidate of the "Republican party
for Vice President, makes It Incum
bent upon tho .National Committee
to -nominate a candidate in his
place. The nomination, however,
cannot possibly be made prior to
the 'election next Tuesday. Such a
nomination can properly be made
only after due and reasonable no
tice to all the members of the com
mittee, and such notice cannot be
given In less than six days. It Is
therefore manifestly 'impossible to
hold such a meeting prior to the
election. Meantime, no difficulty
or inconvenience arises to the vot
ers at the election next Tuesday,
because tbe votes to he cast then
are for electors and not for candi
dates for either President or Vice
President, and the death of Mr.
Sherman, 'therefore, doe not affect
th0 validity of tho election of tho
"I have called a meeting of the
National Committee to meet upon
the twelfth day of November In the
city of Chicago at the Aullltorlum
Hotel at 12 O'clock noon to -select a
successor to the late James S. Sher
man as candidate of the Republican
party for Vloe President -of the
Already there has been discus
sion of the availability of Gov.
Hadley, Gov. Oeneen, Senator "Dor
ah, Senator Cummins, Senator La
Follette, former Vice President
Fairbanks, Senator Root, Senator
Durton, Senator Lodge, Gov. Gdlfo
borough and others.
i FARM RENTED FOR
FIVE YEARS FOR $25,000
There are persons In cities
many of them who regard a farm
as a place - to go when you have
money enough to spend in good
living, and when you con afford to
own property al an annual loss. But
here in Franklin county a farm of
742 acres leaded the other day for
five years for 125,000, Think of It.
Before You Can R.e&p
You might as well try to make
firming pay without sowing
seed as try to make a mercan
tile business pay without adver
tising Ii Your Home Pa.per.
ah annual rental or $.,,uuu for n
farm of 742 acres to he used fort
farming purposes. The lessees must
get that much out of It before they
make a cent for themselves. Few
kinds of Investments are as solid as
Investments In fertile farming land,
And nt such rentals, the Todd place
Is paying about as handsome re
turns us any kind of investment,
yet promising returns to the ren
ters. Franklin Journal.
Is your husband cross? An Irri
table fault finding disposition Is
often due to a disordered 'stomach.
A man with good digestion Is near
ly iilvvnya good natured. A great
many have been permanently cured
of stomach trouble by taking Cham
berlain's Tablets. For sale by all
A Society (iamu.
"Mow dill the poker gunic come
out at your girl's house?"
"I was nearly killed. 1 held four
aces while the old man 'held n pair
df nines. He won."
"Why, how's that?"
"He had them on his feet."
Dan J. Joyce, Sanville, Henry
county, Virginia, says: "l took a
cold with a cough which hung on
for two years. Then 1 commenced
using Foley's Honey & Tar Com
pound and the cough finally lefi
mo and now I am perfectly strong
and well." Is best and safest for
children nnd contains no opiates.
'AH dealers. m
Don't despise the little things,
but at the same tlme the bigger
the fish the less necessity there Is
for lying about It.
SYMPTOMS OF COHSUMPTION
Yield to Vinol.
Tho medical profession do not be
lieve that consumption Is inherited,
hut a person may inherit a weakness
or tendency to that disease.
A prominent citizen of Hvansvllle,
Ind., writes: "I was 111 for fivo
months with pulmonary trouble, and
had the best of doctors; I had hemorr
hages and was In a very bad way.
Through tho advice of a friend I tried
Ylnol, and I feel that it saved my
life. It is all you recommend It to
be. I believe It is the greatest medi
cine on earth. I have advised others
to try Vinol, and they havo had tho
same results." (Name furnished on
Vinol soothes and heals tho inflamed
surfaces and allays tho cough. Vinol
creates an appetite, strengthens the
digestive organs and gives the patient
strength to throw off incipient pulmo
Try -a bottle of Vinol with tho un
derstanding that your money mill bo
returned if it does not help you.
For Hillo by .James it. A Ililuins,
KrugKist, Hartford, Ky.
We tell von bow. and cavbest market
firicea. We ure dealera; established
nlSCA; andean do BUTTKRfor you
than agent icr commission mer
chants. References any bank in Lou
isville. Write or weekly price list.
M. SABCL & SONS
2frtt-31 433 tttirkit SL, lOUISIlUE, VI.
Dealers In fus, Hiuts, wqol.
950,00 TO $100.00 A MONTH
For your spare time Experience not need
ed. Want an active man in thla locality.
To Introduce ua to your'frtenda. We pay
largest cash benefits when dick, Injured,
and at death, for smallest cost. Free-Insurance
and Cash-Bonus offer to first ap
plicant from this place. Write quick for
THE I-L-U 635, Coving-ton, Ky.
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"I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to
women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For
nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides.
I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally,
our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so
thin, my weight was 115. Now, 1 weigh 163, and I am
never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in
fine health- at 52 years."
We have thousands of such letters, and more are
arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who
have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta
ble, tonic medicine, for women.
Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak
women up to health and strength. If you are a woman,
give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a mil
lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredi
ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs.
It is a good tonic. Try it ! Your druggist sells it.
Write to: Ladies' Adusory Dcpt.. Chattanooa Medicine Co., Chattanooca. Tcnn.,
for Special Instructions, and M-pajte book, "Home Treatment lor Women." sent free. J 58
I AM PREPARED
To do nny kind of Veterinary
work. Hordes, Mules nnd Cows
need not die for mint of attention, j
Culls answered day orn ljlit. j
Hartford, - Kentucky.
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Carpenter and Kepair Work
TIN WORK and FU'EC'APS
i 1'uinp anil Furniture Repairing $
.x. Soldering and S:uv Filing, J5ug- .j.
'. gy Tops Covered and Lined. t
You'll find him in the Dr. John
Mitchell oflice on Mnin Street.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
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W. C. SEXTON.
Incorporated. Beaver Dam, Ky.
FOLEY KIDNEY PELS
FOR RHEUMATISM KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
If you want clothes of any
klocf cleaned, tall on the
Hartford Pressing Club. We
can clean any kind of clothes
you have and guarantee that
they will be satisfactory if
not, nothing will be charged.
We are ready to clean your
clothes for spring. We also
have a new line of late sam
ples and we guarantee a per
fect fit. Call on us when in
meed of work in our line.
Hartford Pressing Club
Y. M. C A. Bldg.
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