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WEDNESDAY, JAN. , 101.1.
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Lights are clean, healthy and safe. No
home or business 'house should be without
them when within reach.
InJ Allotment Of Their
" Various 'Lands. ,'
CONDIIIONS M OUIfiJGEOUS
Federal Inspectors and 'Agents
. jflnLeag"e With Big Lum-
'" ' ber Interests.
ANYTfUNG TO 11KAT IfOOIf LO
Washington, Jan. 24. Charges
of gross, frauds agajnt tho, Indians
on the !blte Earth Reservation in
Minnesota, that, thqlr .physical and
material condition is pitiful and
that Maj. James McLaughlin, In
cHn Inspector, .did not properly
guard -the -Indians1 requests in the
allotment of lands, were 'made- to
the House to-day in a report' by the
Committee on Expenditures in the
Interior Department. '
It recommehtled1 that some romd
dy be fourid by Congress f6r the
preaentv "anbmaloud situation" by'
which 'the Commissioner' of Indian
Affairs has complete 'control over"
property worth $1,000,000,000 be
longing t. Indians!, of the, .various
tribes ,i'n the' UnUed States, ( ,
fee repqrt declares that, the
Cbfppowa and other Indiana were
defrauded of largo sums In the sale
pt lands and, standing, timber on the
White Earth reservation, A sale
In 1900 the committee, "finds from
undisputed' ;'auth6rity Was 'fraudu
lent In the details of Its accomplish
ment.' The committee further
charges 'that , "fraudulent partiali
ty was Bliown by Simon Mlchelet,
Indian allotting' -agent, In allottlug
the Indian tlmber'under the law of
vriia best and most vajuable
pine allotments fell Into the hands
of those who were Intended In ad
vance o receive tuem.'J says the.
report, jt i t 'i
investigations' following these
acta, -the committee says, resulted
lnithj -sending out of an Indian
Brfwit,CTHoai''Dowris,' wh6 '-'fourid'
thafrproceedlngs partial, unfair1 rind'
tijjt. Thereupon the paid agents
of the lumber , cqmpanies who
claimed rights themselves as In-
,dlans and who would jbe bepeflc!ar-
ies of the allotment fraUjd renijOn
'strated 'to the Interior Department
tor tne sein asiae soi ine proceedings."
James 'McLaughlin, the second.
ageni seni out, reiusea 10 imow.
the full-blood Indians to (send out
runners to bring In the people;
made false reports as to the num
ber of full-bloods present, and
gave no adequate notice to the In
dians pt the mass' meeting, at which,
the question came up, which "In
effect, was a council of lumber
The action of former Commis
sioner Francis E, Leupp was con
demned on the ground that he pre
vented a full statement of the In
dian complaints to' President Roose
velt. "There are things In the Indian
Bureau which should bo Investi
gated," declared Senator Town
send during a sharp fight in , the
Senate to-day ove, his resoiuXlon to
have theAttorney-nene.al investi
gate the affairs, of the Crow, In-
rllnna AnMrtn trna dofAiiaf1 nt 4Vin
MIMttQi rtVUUU IT ua UVIC1 yA , fcityi
end of a lon debate,
i Escaped 'After Fifteen Vcar.
W. P. Broyles mado a "successful
escape after fifteen1 years of suffer
ing from kldneyariu" bladder trou
bles. Foley Ivfdnoy Pills 'released
him 'and will 'do Ju&t the sartfe for
others. He says! ''They cured a
most severe backache with painful
bladder Irregularities, an'd they do
all yous claim for them. Take the
"dfrbct road"tq health rnd strength
by uslng Folej kidney Pill's for
bnckache, rheumatism', weak, sore
kidneys and bladder IrroKularltles'.
They aro the hesf medicine" you can'
buy tor kidney and bladder ail
ments. Sold by all' dealers. m
A WIFE'S. ANXIKTV A
TEST OF TRUE LOYAIrY
lngin town, asking' each if her hus
band wns stopping with nlm over
night. Mdrnlnfr came, and the frantic
wIfjo'ha(f received no 'Intclltgenco of
the missing man. As dawn appcar
ed. a farm wngon containing a
farmer and the derelict husband
drove up to the houso, whllo behind
thrf' wagon trailed thd broken-down
nuto, Almost simultaneously came
a messenger boy with .an answer to
onp1 of (the telegrams, folIdwcd at
intervals by flvo others. All yt
them' read: ' "' '
"Yes, John Is spending tho night
O MASTER COMMISSIONKIVS O
O SALES. O
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Jenkins 'newly 'wedjilod',' subur
banite, 'k'fs'sed iiis wife good-bye the
other morning, and, telling hor he
would bo home at' six o'clock that
evening, got into his auto and start
ed for 1own.T
At six o'clock 'no' huboy had ap
peared and the little wife began to
get hervo'us. 'When the hour oil
midnight arrhed she could bear
the 'suspense no longer) so vhe
aropsed her fatheV an'd" sent hlnH'olt
to" the (elegrapliofflce1 with !r tel
egrams to as many brother Elks llv-)
Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky.
H. J. Odell, Plaintiff,
John, M. Graham, Dofendnnf.
By virtue of 'a Judgment and or
der of sale of the Ohio Circuit
Court, rendered al the October ttfrm,
1912, In (ho abo'vo causo for the
sum of ?700.00t with interest at
the rato of G. par cent, par1 annum
from tho 17th day of March, 1910,
un,tjl, pqld, subjectjto tho,- following
credits: Sovonly1 ($7(J.bo) dollars
paid Marc'i 17, 1910, and
Josts her4ejnj n wll "Offer "(or sa,lo"by
public auction at the court house
door In Hartford,, on Monday, the,
3d day of 'February,' ibl3r 'about V
o'clock p. in., upon a credit of six
months, tho following described
A certain tract or parcel of land
lying and being In the County of
Ohfo, and State of Kentucky, on
tho waters of 'Adams Fork creek of
Rough rlyer and bounded as fol
lows, viz.: Beginning at a stone in I
W. J. Grahams south boundary I
Jijip thenc" running S. -57 polos to-l
a stone; thence E. 20 jioIps to a f
stone; thence S. 39-30 W. 172 poles j
to a stone; thence N. 21-30 W.
111U poles to two beeches on the
north bank of Adams Fork creek;
thence up said creek as it meanders,
to a stone, W. J. Graham's corner;
thence with said Graham's lino E.
about G5 poles to tho beginning,
containing 75'' acres more or less.
It being a part of tho land purchas
ed of J. M. Gills 'and Sarah J. Gilla
by deed dated on tholfith day of
August, 1890, recorded In tho Ohio
County Court Clerk's office in Deed
Book No. 11 page No. 384, or suffi
cient, thereof to produce the sums
of money ordered to be mad'o,1
-The -purchaser will -berequlred to
execute bond jvlth approved secur
ity Immediately ,after sale.
TJiis 14 th day of January, 1.9,13.
, ' ' E. E. BIRKHEAD, ",
Y, L. Moseley., Attorney.
3t3 , Master, Commissioner.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Ohio Circuit Courti Kentucky.)
J. W. Ralph, Trustee', Plaintiff .
'Vs. i '' '
H. C. Powers; et al., Defendants.
By virtue of a Judgment and or
der of sale of tne Ohio Circuit
Court, 'rendered at the October
term, 1912, in tho above cause for
the' sum 'of $418.95, with interest
at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum
from the 3d day of February, 193,
until nald, and costs here
in, t will offer for sale by public
auction at the court house door in
Hartford, on Monday, the 3d day of
February, 1913, about one o'clodk
p. m upon a credit of six months,
the following described property,
A tract or parcel of land on Ad-;
ams Fork creek In Ohio county,
Kentucky, and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stono S. E.' corner
to H. Brown; tlience S". 89 E. 91'
poles to a stone; thence N. 1 E. 154
poles to a stone; thence S. 89 E, 30
poles to a stone; thence N. 1 E, 32
poles to a stone In center 6'f "Fords
vllle and Narrows1 road; thoncq
with th6 original line 89 W. 13
poles to a stone; thence S. 1. W. 18C
poles to the beginning, containing
112 acres,' and being same land con
veyed tQ H. C ,Powera by L. W.
Brown, Qctober i 20th, 19j03, and
which , deed la pf record In Deed
Book 24, page G09, Ohio County
.Clerk's office, or sufficient thereof
,to produce the sums of money or-5
dered to bo made, ,
The purchaser will be required to
execujij bond with approved secur?
ity Immediately after aalo.
This- 14th day of January, 1913.
E. E., BIRKHEAD..
J., P. Sqnderfur, Heavrlu &
Voqdwardi Attqrneya. ,
selves. Thoy do not marry putaldo
of their own nurnbor, and ndhero
toho strnngo bcllof tljat It Is im
rribral for a ninit to pass tho age of
20 and bo unmarried.
-Dr Farbor states that whllo tho
pcoplo aro all Jewish, not ono
knows nnythlng of the Hobrow lan
guage Thoy came from Russia
years ago and havo ,beon living
herd for somo tlmo unnoticed as a
colonr, until discovered by Dr. Far
fier. ' ' ; y
VAftor a close study of their
strange customs'' and modes of life,
he declared them to be a "lost
trlbo" of Jews.
',"""- C.v ffrit,jii0.i.
The .lun)s-I)UeJl)ii-i" I.ippiucott'i.
Tho Frbrunry Plpplncott's Is a
well-rounded, ripe, and rich maga
zine"" full of. varied flctlqn and pa
pers adjusted to tho season. As
usual, eery feature m it Is com
plote, thcro being nothing contin
ued but tho entertainment, which
never flags. The noyel, "Miss Phoo
nlx," is by a new writer,' Albort"Lco.
While its theme Is entirely unlike
that of Mary Roberta Rlnehart's
"Soven Days," tho reader Is re
minded pf tbat, now-famous story,
becailsp of Its drlRlrfallty, humor,
brisk action, tangled but quite
plausible complications, and gen
eral breezlncss. x
Tho, short .fiction, malntalhs tho
high ! 'level fled by ' Llppincott's
standard. "Mrs. Marden's Pilgrim
age," by Elizabeth Jpfdan, tells of a
rich elderly woman's visit to the
country village where her child
hood was passed. "In Pondoland,''
hv Mnv Edt;lnton, Is military tale
of South Africa. "The Highway,"
by Eleanor Ingram, author of
"From the Car Behind," is an au
tomobile story of a new kind. "The
Churail," by '"Annette Thackwell
Johnson, is an East Indian story,
Klpllngcsque In Us strength and
naturalness. "Moses and the
Rock," by Thomas Grant Springer.
Is a whimsical tale of American en
terprise In "tho Land of Manana."
"The Widow PoIIchinollo," by Jean
Irvine, is commendable for its
strength and originality. The short
story masterpiece this month Is
"The pistiict Doctor," a character
istically line story by Ivan Tar
genev. As usual, there Is an in
troduction by the editor.
A .calm, dispassionate trdatho on
"The Habitual Use of Alcohol," by
one of our foremost medical scien
tists. Dr. Hornclo C. Wood, will be
found of ,great Interest to all con
cerned -In tho -great1 temperance
"Wnlnuts and Wine," the humor
ous department, has, been enlarged
and bettered In other ways.
Sketches, Jokes, anecdotes, jingles,
and light, verse, by authors known
and unknown, aro supplied In pro
fusion. A financial department, In
which the 'queries of. Investors are
answered, is conducted by Edward
Sherwood Mead, before-mentIoncdv
Hints For Housekeepers.
Keep Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound always on hand, and jou
can quickly head off a cold by Its
prompt use. It contains no opiates,
heals and soothes the Inflamed air
passages, stops the cough, and mn
save a big doctor's bill. J. P. Hlg
glns, Stanton, Wis., writes that
"One bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound cured me of a bad
cough. I find it a sure cure for
coughs arid colds." In a yellow
packago. Sold by all dealers. m
Notice to Creditors.
Ohio Circuit Court.
W. L. Shaver, Admr., Plaintiff,
Eston Williams, et al., Defendants.
All persons having, claims against
the estate of Larkln Williams, do
ceased', are 'hereby notified to file
same "with mo at my offlce In Hart
ford, Kentucky, properly proven, o
or bofoie Friday, 31st day of Jan
uary, 1913, or thoy will be forever
"Given under my hand this Jan
uary 7, 1913.
"LOST TltlHE" OF JEWS
HAS BEEN DISCOVERED
'Los Angeles, Jan. 24. A strange
Jewish colony,, practicing queer
cutitoms and peculiar rltqs, and
bearing .many resemblances . to a
"lost tribe," has been .discovered In.
Los Angeles,, ,by pr. R. Father, rab,
bi of Sinai' Tempi- '
'The colonists, composed of "mem
bers of about 30 families. ' live al
most on a communistic scheme, slnd1
oiviue tneir weann among inem-
E. E. DiRKHEAD, ' .
M. C O. Q. C,
ABOUT THE fiBLUES
What Is kaowa as tho "Blue"
If acldom occasioned by actual axlsf
lug; external conditions, but In the
great najority of case by a dis
THIS IS A FACT
which may be demonstra
t4 by trying; a course of
They control aad regulate the U VER.
They bring; kef a aad bouyancy to the
mind. They bring health aad elastic"
lty to the body. '
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
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