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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE. KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1900. TWELVE PAGES.
DOUBLE SPECIAL SALE Nos. 1 and 2. No. 1. No. 2. Iron and Brass ieds Odd Dressers. CONTINUED ANOTHER WEEK, BEDS FOR $ 2.95 $ 3.60 $ 3.75 $ 4.20 $ 5.20 $ 6.40 $ 7.75 $ 9.95 $10.25 On account of our car containing our new line of IRON AND BRASS BEDS being tied up in the freight yard in Kansas City by a wreck, thus delay ing our special sale this week; we will continue our Special Sale No. 1 during the coming week, adding it to our Special sale No. 2. 1 This will give everyone who was disappointed this week an opportunity to secure an Iron or Brass Bed for less money than they were ever sold for in the history of iron beds. $11.90 $12.90 AND ON UP TO $35.00 ALL WEEK SEPT. 24th TO 29th In this, our Special Sale No. 2, we will offer you the largest and most complete line of ODD DRESSERS in every style, finish and wood that has ever been placed upon the market in this part of the State. We cannot begin to describe these goods. But we will guarantee that you never had as good values offered you by 25 per cent, as we will make next week. The goods are all new and fresh from the factory, and are cheaper than they were before furniture ever began to advance. INCLUSIVE. ALL STYLES AND PRICES $19.50 $22.25 $25.00 FOR $ 7.80 $ 9.80 $10.75 $ 11.20 $12.40 $1335 $14.20 $1575 $16.50 $17.90 Wft miarantee that every article ever been sold, by us or any firm in th offered at these sales is at a lower price than they have e West. We invite you to come and be convinced. Ik UPSHAW FURNITURE AND CARPET CO. The People Who Can Furnish Your Ilouie Throughout. '"I ,., m i - """""7 ' '. . . x . 'a' x CAIDERHEAD'S MEETING. Scanlon at Chapman. John F. Scanlon ol Chicago, one ol 8olomon Give, the Congressman a he mo8t eloqUent Tri9h orators in the Fine Audience. 'country, will speak at Chapman Satur- Solomon, Sept. 18-The Kepubll. eveningi 8ept. 22. Everybody can meeting last night drew an 8houd hear M Hne speaker, audience that filled the opera house, ,, . ,- and Congressman Calderhead, the. A Pleasant Tea Party. principal speaker, received irequent ; Mr8 W- jj. King, assisted by Mist and hearty applause. He made an Mace Kingi delightfully entertained eloquent and helpful address, show- 30 ladies last evening in honor Ing by facts and figures the wonder- o( Mrg Cnr Terry oI Cleveland, 0. ful accomplishments of the McKinley crd8 f0nowej by a dainty lunch administration. jniade the hours pass pleasantly. The Emil Grosser, the popular candidate B0U8e decorations were in goldenrod for representive, made a short a- ftndl gunllowers and were exceedingly dress and was also well received. 1 pretty. W. A. Hopkins presided and the Solomon band furnished excellent) W. C- T. V- Convention. mng0i . I The sixteenth annual convention of Solomon is In line for a big RepubH-, W. C. T. U. at Junction City closed can majority. There were many its session last night. The reports Solomon boys in the 20th Kansas and showed an increase of membership, other regiments of the recent war and and the pnpers and discussions were It is not In a mood to favor any flag- of great Interest. The old oflicers 1 were reelected: President, Mrs. ' Lotta A. Case, Enterprise; secretary, Mrs. Adeline Story, Clay Center; County High School The board of trustees has voted $50 for gymnasium supplies. I A large swing will be erected on j the campus. I Emmet McNaspy '02 of Herington I is the leader of the base ball sports. ' j Fred Uufener of Dayton is the lat- est enrolled. ! Miss Sandborn of the English and , literature department has been en-' joying a visU from her sister from Illinois. ABOUT PEOPLE. In ton. Laid to Rest, The remains of Jacob Stotts arrived from Kansas City this afternoon. Funeral services were held in Eicholtz's undertakine rooms, Rev. furling policy. READY F0RR00SEVELT Republican County Rally When the treasurer, Mrs. D.E.Vance, Hering- Kougn itwer uomes. The McKinley and Stanley club had a meeting last night to arrange for the big Roosevelt meeting Sept. 28. It will bo one of the biggest gather ings in the county in the campaign. D.i.aDtilt U stwiik frnm a H t h n li on Second street and J. R. Burton will Blayney officiating. Benevolent follow him. There will be an evening lodge A. F. & A. M. conducted the 1 o ....I. um.... burial ceremonies. Mr. Stotts was meeting, parade of Rutigh Kiders, .... 7 a a veteran of the civil war and many fireworks and a great day for every- " ' , . ! of his comrades wore present. Capt. Reagan'i Sad Condition. I Fritz-Hill. A dispatch to we unicago limes-; M homa of the KrandpenU of Herald Sept. IB, irom uaivcsiou .ay.: . Mf and Mr A w sib. "inerB Buiuciuu. u v.. -bildi sixth and Walnut, last evening Ualvestonasa result 01 me ie""" :occurred the wedding of Alexander C. bereavement, ustamea oy tne sur-j ofl n( George Hnli snd Mi vlvor.. Capt. John J. Reagan, a ;gadie A mt daughter of DanIel prominent lawyer, l at the Masonic m a o( Rid(?e town!hipi ReT, relief station in a pitiable condition. E R Brown offlciatin 0nl, intl. Capt. Reaean lost every relative he J ,, had in Galveston. He .it. hour by ; d 7 ,rleDd' were Present hour In pathetio .Hence. Then he, dui me young pupie uvn burst, out laughing, and hi. laughter , wishes of a wide circle of friends and 1. followed by tear.." j acquaintances. Tbey will reside In j Ridge, near Union Valley. Ira L. House, of Holland, was town. D. Shirk and wife are home from a pleasant eastern trip. I. N. Fickea, of Holland, formerly of Abilene was in the city. Mrs. V. P. Wilson camo in from Denver to visit relatives here. M. U. Fulton and family returned Saturday evening from New Mexico. Sterl left to resume their ntudies at Sherman Towrthip Caucus. Acaucu. meeting of the Republl-i can. of Sherman township will be J held at the Kerb school house, on Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt Monday evening, Sept. 24 1900, at thank, to all our friend, and neigh 8 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of , " who .0 kindly aui.ted a. during nominating town.hip officer, and the .ickne.. and after the death of other .pecial bu.ine... By order of 1 nu.oana ana i.vner. r ComniTEK. Mm. Tek Fikdleb ad Fimr. H. E. Ackers and faniilv returned Professor Rohrer Is superintendent 1 Saturday mornlug from their visit In of the Congregational Sunday school. . "ni. Following Is the list of officers of! Misses Carrie JcjhnU and Alice the different associations connected with the high achool: Senior class Jennie Arnold, presi dent; Rees Robertson, vice presi dent; Joe McClellan, secretary. Athletio association Joe McClel lan, president; Frank Craln, vice president; E, B. McNaspy, secretary; Allen Barnes, treasurer. Captains Frank Crain, tennis; E. B. McNaspy, base ball; Arthur Mer rill, foot ball; Arthur Boles, tumbling and boxing; Allen Barnes, croquet. Joe McClellan, free arm gymastics; Roy Moore, quoits and weights. Y. M. C. A. Joe McClellan, presi dent; Frank Crain, vice president; Ree. Robertson, secretary and treas urer. Y. W. T. U.-Helen Hislop, presi dent; Winnie Kirk, recording secre tary; Jennie Arnold, corresponding secretary; Blanche Kugler, treasurer. Literarv societies Alpha Beta: Noah Eddy, president; Edith Moore, J vice president; Jennie iroxeu, secre tary; Arthur Merill, treasurer; Ernest Lowry, sergeant at arm.. The Cook society: Jo. McClellan, president; Nina Pierce, vice president; Blanche Kugler, secretary; Frank Flora, ser geant at arm.. Librarians: Jennie Troxell, 1st hour; Cbarle. Fenstermacher, 2ml hour; Jo.ie Rexroat, 3rd hour, Roy Moore, 4th hour;Clara Foley, 5th hour; Nellie Scherer; 6th hour; Jennie Arnold, 7th hour. Professor Wilcox, the state temper ance lecturer, made a talk to the tudent. Saturday. Mr.. Barne. of Dillon wa. visiting her ton Allen, and daughter, Emily, laat Saturday. Lake Forest academy, 111. W. S. Badger Is home from Ex celsior Springs. Bill's many friends are glad to see that his health Is much Improved. There was a tiled to the (ialve.Uon relief fund .today 1ft from C. M. Garvor. A telephone is to be placed in the county high school building at Chap man soon, having connection with the county toil lines. Parents can then "call up" the county high school at any hour of the day between H a. m. und 6 p. m. and talk with their children. In Ju.t One Hundred Word.. "If there Is any one," said Uryan in IHilli, "who believes that the gold standard is a good thing, or that It must be maintained, I warn him not to east his vote for me, because I promise him it will not be maintained in this country longer than I am able to get rid of it." His purpose is unchanged. "Wo aocopt the issue," replies Presi dent McKInlcv, In hi. lettor, "and again Invite the Bound money forcel to join In winning another, and, we, hope, permanent triumph for an honest llnancial system which will continue inviolable the public faith." Eagle-Hart Kaffir to Mr. The only successful machine made for heading kaffir corn. See it at HODGE BROS.