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At as Favorable a Rate of Interest
as can be obtained elsewhere.
S'Call on us before you make your Loan.
The Abilene Mortgage Go.
OiS.ce iro-stairs over Citizens Bank.
Mch 15, "fS.-ly
The Gresham sails are catching the
VoDiiH'es lias become woiidprfully
peaceable of lale.
There are less Indians in ths State of
Kansas than in New York and six
hundred less that in Xew England.
The Greshani roar is deepening. Uy
June 11), the country will hear nothing
else all other sounds will be drowned.
John P. St. John glories in his efiigy
hauging. He spoke the other day on
"How to be hanged u effigy."' Some
men are born devoid of shame.
"With four sick men, Dom Pedro,
Emperor Fiederick, John Bright and
Sheridan to lie about, what a picnic
the associated press correspondents do
Judge Greshain is a positive protec
tionist, is an opponent of monopoly,
believes in uprooting such frauds as
the Louisiana State Lottery and, above
all, knows how to keep' his mouth shut.
Those unfortunate journals, who, in
the greatness of their zeal, have been
carrying Blaine's name at the head of
their columns, will by compelled to
strike their colors. Put up the Gresh
The Methodist General Conference
adjourned Thursday. It has selected
Ave bishops, recognized ladies as dea
conesses, extended the pastoral limit
from three to five years and transacted
a vast amount of routine business.
The Xew York World makes a
"guess" on the presidential tickets and
js willing tq staKe considerable money
pp tho following: Democratic, Cleve
land and Gray; .Republican, Gresham
So Jay Gould has gone West to put
n. sprag Jn the wheels of the Gresham
boom. Well, Mr. Gould could, not do
anything that would so surely aid
Judge (.treshaiq as to go West and an
tagonize him. Gould ought to haYO
sense enough to know that.
JulesAlarcon, the well-known French
geographer, has just published a state
ment to the effect that America owes
its name to an Indian word meaning
"the land of the winds," and not to
Amerigo Vespucci, as has been claimed.
Verily, this is an age oi the destruction
of do'Js and traditions.
"We acknowledge the receipt of an
invitation to be present at the dedica
tion, June 9th, of the permanent quar
ters during the centennial of the Cin
cinnati Press Club, in the exposition
buildings, Cincinnati, where a recep
tion and banquet will be tendered the
members of the press.
The labor men are howling because
the railroads did not give reduced rates
to a crank convention held in Council
Grove the other day. There was no
need of it. Scarcely anybody went ex
cept a few anarchist editors like "Wake
field, and, they, great reformers and
anti-monopolists as they are, have
Here are four principles which
should become a part of our govern
Foreigners who come here must
Americanize themselves, or not be tol
ated. Criminals and paupers should not be
given p asylum here.
" Immigration should be so restricted
that we get here respectable foreigners
European issues should be kept out
of American politics.
Illiteracy is growing in Louisiana.
The report of the secretary of State of
that commonwealth shows that only 49
.per cent of its voters last year could
write their own names as compared
with 3S per cent in 1S80. Most of this
.retrogression seems to be among the
, whites. The State that sanctions the
suppression of suffrage will pay the
penalty sooner or later. The increase qf
ignorance may tend to increase Demc
cratic ascendancy, but' it is death to the
prosperity of a State.
Cleveland and Memorial Day.
It was thought strange by all who
revere the memory of the patriotic
dead that G rover Cleveland was invited
to participate in the Memorial services
at New York. Mr. Cleveland has
nevtr in his public or private career, so
far as the world knows, ever expressed
a sympathetic word. for the cause for
which the Union soldier died, nor has
he ever been known to manifest the
least interest whatever in making green
their memories. The men in charge of
the New York Memorial services have
ptoven tuemselves to be immeasurably
stupid and unpardonably negligent.
In their eagerness to make a grand dis
play of this soldier-hating President
they wholly neglected and "forgot"
that grand old patriot and soldier.Gen.
W. T. Sherman. While Cleveland was
biostcd upon a platform viewing the
grand march of 50,000 old veterans, in
whom he liad no interest save for his
own selQsh aggrandizement, Gen. Shei
mau was shut up in his room a victim
of neglect and insult. And when even
ing came and there were services in
memory of the departed heroes to be
held in the Metropolitan opera house,
Lhe old General sent a request for
tickets to the exercises, but the answer
was returned, that all the- seats were
taken. Gen. Sherman has written a
letter, showing that he feels deeply thp
insult which has heap, given. The let
ter closes with these remarkable
And now I address my comrades of
the Grand Army which made these
civic ceremonies possible, as one of
themselves, not olaiming any privileges
by leason of exalted rank and honors
far above nay deserts, if it is not better
that we should devote Decoration day
to the cemeteries that contain our
honored, dead, and the dedication of
peiinanent monuments in their honor
for the teaching of patriotism to future
generations, instead of swelling street
parades and pageants for the glorifica
tion of the "belligerent noncombat
ants," who mako use of us for their
own purpose. Your friend,
W. T. Sherman.
These words coming as they do from
the greatest living hero of the war, will
touch the heart of every patriotic old
soldier in America. To think that a
man who did so much to make "these
civic ceremonies possible' should be
forgotten, neglected, insulted and
shoved; S3ide for the glorification of
sueh a "belligerent noncombatant" as
Grover Cleveland, is enough to arouse
the ire in
the heart of loyalty overy-
It Uly becomes the Nationalist, of
P.iley county, to try to lecture Valen
tine for his sulkiness in supporting Mr.
Anderson. The political syndicate of
Manhattan is wholly responsible for
any disaffection there may be in the
Republican ranks of the Fifth district
this year. It foisted on to the Chicago
delegation that political chattel Baker
of Saliaa, for the sole purpose' of in
sulting every man who supported the
regular Republican ticket two years
ago. And now the Nationalist has the
unblushing cheek to call Baker "a
Wilsonite" when it knows that the
Manhattan syndicate was the absolute
owner of Baker before be left the hotel
at Concordia on the day the convention.
adjourned, and he has never lifted his
corrupt political hand. iom that day to
this except a.fc the bidding of that same
The "Crawford County System' is a
scheme devised to throw the master of
nominating county officers into the
hands of a few potfticians in the cities
and towns of the county. No good can
come from placing the entire power in
the hands of a gang of street loafers,
who have nothing else to do but pack
primaries and practically disfranchise
all the farming districts.
"We respectfully call the attention of
the convention now in session at .St,
Louis to the fact that under tha pres
ent administraon i$ takes a letter
nine dyc to,tra.Yfil six miles.
If Gresham is, nominated at Chicago
it makes but little difference who is
nominated at St. Louis.
It took an emphatic refusal upon the
part of Mr. Blaine to keep the people
of the country from demanding his
nomination at Chicago. But Mr.
Blaine has finally told his over-enthusiastic
friends, in words that cannot be
mistaken, that he will not accept the
nomination under any circumstances.
This finally disposes of the whole mat
ter and his supporters must turn their
enthusiasm in some other direction. If
his supporters are as much interested
in the success of the party as is Mr.
Blaine, they will now cast about for the
man who can probably poll the greatest
number of electoral votes in November
next There is no necessity to revile
or traduce any candidate. Those who
have been named as candidates before
the Chicago convention are all excel
lent men, and in the language of an
admirer of all of them: "Sherman is a
"real man: Ilawlev is an able man:
Al,ir is a true patriot; Allison is a safe
min: Ingalls is a peerless debater; Har
rison possesses ability and wa3 a brave
soldier, but Walter Quintin Gresham
combines all these qualities in one
Ail these are men of character and
capacity, ana eituer womu maKeagooa
president; but no one of these could
command the full Republican strength
as could Mr. Gresham. And because
of thft fact that he comes up to the peo
ple's expectation as an honest man of
tried capacity ho has won, apparentlj
without any effoit on his part, an en
thusiam worthy the best days of Re
publicanism, "worthy of its history, its
founders and its principles." Mr.
Blaine's final declination will make Mr.
Gresham's nomination almost ceitain,
and if nominated, he will be elected by
a larger majority thap was Mr. Garfield
The Prohibitionists, which on Thurs
day nominated Clinton B. Fiske, of
Xew Jersey, for president, and J. A.
BrooKs, of Kansas City, for vice-president,
evidently mean business., '-fey
go into the fight with the cheers,
trades and lobbyings which are the
well-known tools of politicians. Their
platform covers everything in the
length and breadth of this mighty fa
tiou that needs reforming, and more
over takeg in various schemes of the
radical enthusiasts, to be found, in. all
What docs Jv nit-a.U?
Will it m:co ",. , ,, - .,
J, phsh anything.-'
a.uat with the 300,000 votes cast by
the party in 18S6, it could wonderfully
change the political complexion of
various States is undoubtedly true; but
that iu the coming campaign its votes
will make much of a figure is improba
ble. The Itepublican party has so
identified itself with progress in the
anti-saloon cause that sensible men
will not withdraw from it to waste
If a clean, upright, temperance man
like Gresham is nominated, the Repub
lican party has nothing to fear from
third party Prohibitionists.
A Eemarkable Incident.
Mr. A. R. Greene, railroad commis
sioner, returned to duty yesterday from
Cedarvale. He was there on Memorial
Day and took part in the celebration,
which he says was unusually interest
ing aud well attended. There were
2,000 or more in attendance "and
there were two incidents," ejaculated
Mr. Greene, 'which got that concourse
of people up to a pitch of enthusiasm
the like of which I have seldom before
"What were they?"
"The resident Methodist minister of
Cedarvale made the opening prayer,
eloquent aud full of patriotic invoca
tion, praying for blessings upon the
dead and the causo for which they had
sacrificed their days. Later on, or in a
lull of the exercises, he arose and ad
dressed the audience. He said that he
had been a soldier for three years, and
that it would create surprise when he'd
say for all that he could not join the
Grand Army of the Republic. When
he astonished the assembly by saying
he had been on the wrong side' he
had been a confederate soldier. Then
he electrified his audience with an elo
quent confession, in which he said he
knew he had fought for the wrong; that
he was penitent and regrotted . He had
no excuses or apologies to make for the
South, but would just say the Southern
people were wrong and their unjust
cause had not triumphed. He was
glad of it, glad that our great nation
had been saved, even though so many
lives had to be sacrificed. Their
was a costly one, but the. nation saved
was worthy of the deaths its salvation
had entailed uponmothers and wives
a counrry which should ever be grate-,
! ful for their great sacrifice, all that
men could do,"-r.iCommonwcalth.
In the Democratic National conven
tiOR which meets at St. Louis todav,
the total number of delegates will be
S30. Of the whole Lumber chosen,
two-thirds, or 547, will be necessary to
,a choice. The probability now is that
Grover will receive a three-thirds vote
on the first ballot.
TTXDEIl and by virtue of an order of sale i
U sned by the C lerfc of the district court of
Dickinson coanty. State of Kansas, in a cause
pending therein, wherein Thomas Kirby i plaln
tilf. and .John A. Tnrner, Ida . Turner, The
Travelers Insurance t ompany. U. W. Carpenter.
Ij-.id McCov, Susan McCoy, .lame W. Hill and
E. T. Hill are Defeudcnts, I will on
Monday, June 18th, A. 33. 18S8,
at the front door of the court lionfe. in the city
of Abilene, county of Hickint-on, State of Kan
sas, at 10 o'clock, a. m., of iaid day sell to the
hishost bidder for cash, the following described
resl r-ttatu to-uit: Lot number Tho (.J), in block
number One (1), in tjeorye W. Carpenter's addi
tion to the city of AMIcr.e. in Jiickinson county.
State of Kati'-'ai. The aid property will be t-old
pursuant to the judgment oi the court in .iid
cause recited in taid orderof sale.
Wittiest- my haudthi? ICth dav of Jlav, A. D.
3S-3 Sheriff of Dickinson connty, Knn?a
UXDtlli AXO UYVIHTri: of ax order of
cale IiMicd by the clerk of the District f'onrt
of Dickinson county. State of Kan-we, In a cause
pending therein, wherein, T. S. Hall-.ni & V. L.
I'arker, pirtner as Hallam it Pirktr, arc! plain
tiffs, and Wllliw J. Rujs;'11, Sallie F Uus.-ell.
llilaud Soutnv.-orth and John P. Atjnevr, arc de
fendant". In ill, on
Monday, Jane ISth, A. 3) , 1S88.
l tne front dror or tin court housa. In the city r
Xlnlenc, county of Dickinson, bt.tic of Kansas, at
li) o'clock, a. m., or said day -ell to the
liiKlict bidder for caph, 'the follow Ixijr dt
i-cr.U'l real i.tatt. to-uiu 1-ott. Xo. lour ai.d rive
(4 Hiid 5), in block ten (.0), In Runry t Ho.!reV
uuuiUtntO tile city of Abilene iu Dickinson
count l. State of KanS. Svbiecf to a mortgntrt
lien of OO with Interest t the rate of 12 per cent
per itmum from May 1st, 1837.
The said real estate will be sold pursuant to the
jud 'Cinentof the court In ssld cause recited iu
h-ahforder of sale.
Witness rcy hand this lCthdayofMay, A. D.18S8.
D. W. XAILL,
"W-5 Sheriff of Dickln-on coun ty, Kansas.
"TTXDEH and by virtue of an order of sale issued
U by the Clerk or tho District Court of Dickln
countr. state of Kansas, In a causa pending
thort in, w herein A. I- Freeman, is pl&intlu and
Alck Spenuer, Ann Specner, Geo. W. Carpenter,
Kan-as Farm XuTtgo Compiiy, and L. U. West
are defendant)). 1 Will, on
Monday. June 18, A. D. 1388.
at the front door of the' court house, in the city or
Abilene, County or Dickinson, State or Kansas,
at 10 o'clock a. in. of said day bell to the hlsaest
bidder for cash, the following described" real
estate to-wit: The X. ;' of the X. E. H and the
S. W. 4 of the X. E. ,,- and the X. W. 4 of the
S. E. 'i of .-cction sK (!) township fourteen (1-1)
range live (5) ea-t, in Dickmon county state or
Kr.ubas. The said property will ho sold pursuant
to the judgment ot tha eptirt In sujj. cause recited
in said order of salo.
Witness my Hwd tUis luth day of alay, A. D.1SS3.
aS-5t Sheriff ot Dickinson county, Kansas.
Notice for Publication.
Land Oflice atSallna, Kan"s.
Koticc is hereby Riven that the following
U'lmeil settler has tiled notice of Ins intention, i
make final proof in support of L- c'duu, a'-lffthnt
S ld proof w 111 be male f e(C,iS Ihu Probate Judgte
of Dicklrson Cn,nt', at Abilene. Kansas, on
ur,e 1C,1SSS. viz: William E Uner, HoaiwtCud
eV.try Xo 306 for the soutu half ot the north-we-t
quarter (b'inwjf) of Section tuo (ij,
'lown-hlp twelve (12), Ranue two VI) east of the
Sixth V. M.
lie names the following witnesses ta .im his
continuous residence upon, uu'cuXiivatlon. of. f
Midland, viz: Charity M. Drtntfer, John Chron
ister, Aaron U. Kusc and'EiiasKready, all of Ab-1
iiuub i. vj;., auuoao. ui-u o. .Ui ri AL-UliU, l.vutatpr.
Hotice uf Fino.1 5tUQiT91it.
the I'MibatO A!l,K
STATU OF --. ,
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...naoli COUuty. i'
In the m utcror the estate of William I- Smith.,
Creditor- :ird a.l olhers lntcre-ttd n t-al.1
e-,Lito ai-ehcrcbv notified that I Shall make Ilual
settlement of the ?aid estate oa the fiis. jVof
tue July term A. D. lbSS. or tho rroilU Cor-t ,n
aiulfortaid county, or .is soon ihereaf terns the
same may he heard. All persons Irueres'cJ will
t jke notice and be governed accordingly.
Ida 31. Smith, Executrix.
C. C. BiTTihC, Jr., Attorney, io-it
Notice of Final Settlement.
STATi: OF KANSAS,) .
In the Probate Court ot siia county.
In the matter of the esiie of John S. Plum, de
ceased. Creditor and all others concerned are hereby
notilled that on the 1st day or the July term ibbb,
next enaninjr, of the Probate Court, in and for
said couuty, or as soon thereafter a the same
may be heard, llnal settlement ot said estate will
be made. All pertons lnteieated will take due
notice thereof and goern theuuelves according
ly. Jons- II. Plum,
3Iai:tiiv W. Pluh,
C. C. Hitting, Jr., Attorney. 40-lt
Notice of Appointment Executor.
SPATE OP KANSAS, I .
IMeklnson County, f " '
In the matterof the estate of ThaddcusGross,late
of Dickinson county, Kansas.
Notice is hereby iriven, that on the iMtli day of
February. A. D. lbSS, the undersigned was by the
Probate court of Dickinson county, Kansas, duly
appointed and (malUlcd as executor of the Uitt
will and testament of 'lliaddeiw Gross, late of
Dickinson county, deceased.
All parties interested In said estate will take
notice, and govern themselves accordingly.
10 3 It. V. Gross, Executor.
STATE OF KANSAS,) .
In the District Court orthe Eighth Judicial Dis
trict, sitting within and for the county of
Dlchlnson, said State.
Frederick Stammler, Plaintiff,
B. J. S. Friedman, ilamle Friedman, T. S. Bul
lene, L. 1 3loorc, J. T. BirO, T-. p. 3Ioore, W. E.
Emery, J. Dogdett and W. It. Thayer; copartners
as Bullenc, 3IoOres, Emerr- and Company; L.
Simon and L. 3teyer, copartners as E.
Simon and Company; Geo. J. Engiehar;,
Robert Winning and Jolin A. John
son, copartner as Englehart, Winning
and Company; K. L. Barton and George
A. Barton, copartners doing business ah Barton
Brothers; J. C. llanliclmer, copartnership nomi
nal. J. Manheunerand Company; A. Vt". Schuster,
J. W. lliugston, E. U. Bonton and August
Schuster, copartners as Schuster, Ilicjreton and
Companv; and J. K. Burnham, T K. Banna and
F. C.Stoepel, and Albert 31 nnger. O. L Wood
gate, copftrtnrs as Burnham, Monger and Com
B.J. S. Friedman and Mamie Friedman, of
parts unknown, will take notice that they have
been sued in the District court of Dickinon
county, in the State ot Kansas, by Frederick
Stammler, upon his petition, together with copy
of mortgage, filed in said court on the 21st day of
May. l&y, wnerein he prays judgment against
you for the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars,
with Interest thereon at the rate of 10 ner cent per
annum fromtheestn day of 3Iay, 1SS7, Ie&sacreait
of fifty-one and !&.lOO dollars, paid January ath,
1SSS, upon a note and mortgage by you, and each
ot you, made to 'che said plaintiff above named,
or order; who prays la his petition for the further
Judgment, to-vlt: for foreclosure of said mort
gage and for the sale of lotsr thirteen (13) and
illteen (15) 'n block, number seventeen (IT), in the
town of V erlngton, In Dickinson coanty, and
State of Kansas; and that the proceeds otsald
tale be a onlled to the rmment ef siid note and In
terest 4au costs therein, and that you he forever
barred sad foreclosed from all
interest m saia
land, orilots. and that the sale of said lots he
miue by avuraltement as is provided by law.
You, and each otyoa, will farther lake noUcc
the 15th day ot August, 1SS3, or said petition will
betaken as true, and Judgment rendered accord
ing to lhe prayer thereof, as above recited.
To the above named copartnership defendants,
of the States of 3Iissouri and Illinois.
Bullenc, M wires, Emery and Couipany, ot the
State oOiUscurt; L, Simon and Companv, of tae
State ot Illinois; Snglehart, Winning and Com
pany; ijarton Brotners, J. Aianoeimcr anu com
panv, Schuster, ningeton and Company, and
hurhham, Munccr and Company, or the State of
Missouri, defendants as above named:
Yon. and each of vou. will take notice that
yoahave, also, been suedin said action, as above
set out; ana tnaipiainnu prays jaagmeni ugauisi
vou and all of said defendants forecloolcysaid
mortgage, as above set ont. thereby foreclosing
all otsaid defendants of all interest in said lands,
and thatyon must answer said petition on or be
fore the said 15th day of Angast, 6SS, or said peti
Uon will betaken a true and Judgment rcnuered
according to the prayer of said petition.
1C-S: Attorney lor Plaintiff.
Notice is hereby given that L. A.
Peck, of Carlton, Kansas, did, on the
loth day of May, 383S, sell, assign and
transfer to John Watts, J. F. Baxter
and the undersigned James R. Wilson,
all his notes, accounts and account
books connecting and crowing out of
his business in said town of Carlton.
And all persons knowing themselves to
have been indebted to said L. A. Peck
on said May loth. l&SS, will pay the
same to the said James It. Wilson, who
is authorized to make collections for
the assignees above named.
J. F. Kaxteh,
Dated May 31, 18SS. 40-4 1
In Brief, and to the Point.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered
liver is misery. Indigestion is a foe to
The human digestive apparatus is
one of the most complicated and won
derful things in existence. It is easily
put out of order.
Greasy food, tough food, floppy food,
bad cookery, mental worry, late hours,
and many other things winch ought
not to be, have made tho Ameiican
people a nation of dyspeptics.
But Green's August Flower has done
a wonderful woik in reforming thib sad
business and making the America!!
people so healthy that they can enjoy
their meals and be happy.
Remember Xo happiness without
health. But Green's August Flower
brings health and happiness to tho dys
peptic. Ask your druggist for a bottle.
FITS:- All Fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No Fits
after liist day's use. Marvelous cures.
Treatise and S2.00 trial bottle, free to
Fit cases. St'iid to Dr. Kline, 9ai
Aich Philadelphia, Pa.
English Spavin Vtniment removes all
Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and
Blemishes from horses lllood Spavin,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Riug-bone,
Stitles, Sprains, all Swollen Throats,
Cough, etc. Save S-50 bv use of one
bottle. Warranted. Sold by ,T. M.
Gleissner, druggist. Abilen
South iimQjigaa Sfcrviaa,
The sjvest itjueror of Indigestion.
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failing health buier beyond compari
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and absolute preventive and cure for
Consumption, when used in time, ever
offered to tho afflicted. It preforms
theaft maivelous cures by filling the
blood with richness and vital plasma
which vapidly heals all diseased and
broker! tissues and casts off all disease
i rum me system, .a. inai Douie wiui..;
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convince yro. Trice In cents,and SJ.2o ,
sold by j. m. Gleissner, druggist, Aw.eil ft win be too late
h.'l.iht.hnr' century. ltio-se--csproiv-
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-e. nenou-nesS and pain have been the rule.
jsoiHii American Nervine has no equal asa cure
rora wealc stoiuaeh, veak Nr-ne, weak I.aiigb,
weafcl v females, vt eaknes" or old aire and all frms
of failing health, A trial bottle will com luce j on
Price 15 cts, and $1.33. Sold by J. 31. GluisbStr.
druggist, Abilene, Kansas.
TuySt.Patuic's Pills and compare
th eh effect with any other kind made.
They contain the good properties of the
older preparations m tne marKec com
bined with the most valuable medicines
discovered i n modern times. As a
pnr,h:irti. and liver Till. St. Patrick's
Sold by Baknes &
Give Them a uhance.
That is to say, your lungs. Also all
your breathing machinery. Very won
derful machinery it is. Xot oiiiy the
larger air-passages, but the thousands
of little tubes aud cavities leading from
them. , , ,
When these are clogged and choked
with matter which ought not to be
there, your lungs cannot half do their
work. And what they do, they cannot
Call it cold. cough,croup, pneumonia,
catarrh, consumption or any of the
family of throat and nose and head and
lung obstructions, all are bad. All
ought to be got rid of. There is just
one sure way to get rid of them. That
is to take Uoschee's German Syiup,
which any druggist will sell you at 75
cents a bottle. Even if everything else
has failed you, you may depend upon
this for certain.
Ttcbacca Wilkinson, ot Urownsvalley. Ind.
vays: "1 had been In a distressed condition for
three years from Nervousness, Weakness of the
Stomach. Dyspepsia and Inolgcstion until my
health was gone. I had been doctoring constant
ly with no relief. I bought one bottle of South
rf. vorrinc which done me more ircOd
than any &50 worth of doctoring I ever did In my
life. I w ould advise e ery weakly person to Use
tliis valuable and lovely remedy ; a few bottles of
it has cured me completely. I consider It the
grandest medicine In the world.' A trial bottte
wiU convince yon. Price 13 cents $1.25. Sold by
J. 31. Gleissner, druggist, Abilene.
Dr. KLINE'S GREAT
foe alt Btul3 Irisn VtstAits. OaIy nrt
ani for A'tm Affectum, nit, tpUrv,
ItFALUEt ir tskm u directed. A" Fits after
fnt day vk. Trrt;e id 2 trUI bottle tit to
eeirl fcemt nme. T. O ! I ! dry ft. of
TL7!-. . t ctivf. c.I A"-rb t. 1 ad JM.xa
rtl to 1
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Itch, Mange and Scratches of every
kind on human or animals cured in 30
minutes by "Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.
Sold by J. M. Gleissner, Druggist, Abi
tl.. 14 w .m Pm. B ?.
Ann At-V J3CrKi- CUTS.
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For pale by
D. G. Smith, AbileneJCas,.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
ForSile byBvu?f33 &roaxacn.v?r
I3ST MY. PRESENT LOCATION.
Tiie balance of the stock MUST GO inside
of Thirty Days Lower Prices than
Ever. Bargains! Bargains!
Take advantage of
buy clothing at your own price. Don't make
a mistake by delaying, but buy now. As the
time is short and July 1st will soon be here,
- ' i
EVER OFFERED IN KANSAS.
Only 30 Day
Closing Out Sale.
this opportunity, anc
to secure the Greatest