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ABILENE WbtKLY RtrLtUlUn, ABILtNt, luVNaAos June , iwm.il iw.
Us Disease a Crime? A ROYAL WEDBIiiC. bllshed an editorial article In which "the writer asserted, In substance, that all 'disease should be regarded as criminal. ICertaln It la, that much of the sickness 'and suffering o( mankind It dee to the violation of oortaln of Nature'! laws, i But to tar that all sickness should be tregarded as criminal, must appeal to lavery reasonable Individual as radically "Swonld be .harsh, unsympathetic, swuel, yet criminal, to condemn the poor, weak, over-worked housewife who tlnkt nnder the heavy load of household caret and burdens, and suffers from weak nesses, various displacements of pc via organs and other derangement peculiar ' to her- sex. Frequent bearuur of children, with Its wj acting aemsnus up wo . Iwiththe care, worry and labor of rearins a serve lemur, ? : aeranseinenis anu ullnl1' . . - Ceremony Performed by Which i English Pilncete Become! Queen of Spain. es, aeransemenis uw ui-mju., ........ -. anrsrated by tne many qouniiiu and the bard, and never-endlns work which (he mother Is callod upon to wrforrn. Dr. Fierce, the msker of that world-tamed rem edy for womsn's peculiar weaknesses and Ulr-Dr Pierce s Favorite PreKrtDtlon-.yl list one of the srettwt obstacles tp the cure S this clan of maladies Is the fact that the r, over-worked housewife can not, jet the seeded rest from her many household cares and labor to enable her to secure from the um of his "Prescription lte full benefits. It Is a matter of frequont eiperienos. he aeys, In his extensive practice Id these cases, to meet with thoM In which his treatment falls by reason of the patient's liability to abstain 'from heid work Ion enough to be cured. With those suffering from prolapsus, ante vemlon and retroversion of the uterus or other displacement of the womanly organs. It la very necessary that. In addition to tak ing his "Favorite Prescription " they abstain from being very much, or for long periods, on their feet All heavy lifting or straining of any kind should also be avoided. As much out-door air as possible, with moderate, light lerclse is also very Important Let the Ktlent observe these rules and the"Favor i Prescription " will do the rest Dr. Plerce't Medical Adviser Is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send to Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. ., 21 one-cent stamps for pa percovered, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound. If sick consult the Doctor, free of chaw by letter. All such communications are held sacredly contldcntlal. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigorate and regulate stomach, liver and bowels. An Only Daugh r Cured of Consvii. When doatta was hourly expected, si bavins failed, ami Dr. II. Jme was wlU. "te lU many herbs of "lcr.ua, w : EX. a reparation wl.lch cnd his only a tosamftlon. MlsfhUdtanow'athtaoemUT: . Milovli.stlie best of health. He has proven ZSSt Ll Consumption en. be p-IUvay "J manentlycnred. The Doctor now glvea thlareclpe tree, only ssUlna two 9-cen tstamps payeipeoses. Wl turb slw cures Night Bweats, Stomarh, and will break np a fresh cold Intwsntv. fnerhourn Address CKADUOt'K 00. VM gacs Bt, Pldladelphla, aamlag this paper. ltX.iArt. Als.yir.IUhJ.. LsadtMk I)rn1M nXi mZ. rIII(UU'UTKttat ttNnl.TMH ! KKD nd ! nwiaJlla bum, mM with blMribtwa. Takta mthmr. BniM DsMVtWwM lt U HI -' Lions. But of roar 0rnieV of Mtvl 4. U lUatpi Hr Pstl.lsr, Tf-l1ssjnlU tar MsUi. 10.000 Tt-iiinanitUi, BMb MM MUlM stttMN, FUrlX, I A. , 11 UtIB RALft&M Never Itfllta Bi 0V Bl to lit Youthful Oo)w UWN cmip aiecBm iisn usse KFa MmmjhEw iKUUtSLLX mm I IDIscharaesIn' t 24 HOURS lUrfeMeaVi ams las i ImwaS SJaMsrsnamslils. ' There ia soarcs9lT 4oy onnditirm of UMmltft that Is Dot benentod bj Ue oocMlonl uu of R I TA N"H Tahole. For ule by Dru rUta. Tho FlroCent packet la enouvh fd ia ordlMrj ooomIoh. Tho tmmWj bottM ft) oaatfl. oonuin tuvalj ft PERFECTION WICK OIL STOVE UFI CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL If ms M doo'l haadls It, wrtlt THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY Eaoy Pill f) Easy te Uke and easy to sot Is f that famous Uttle pill De Witt's Uttle Early Rlasra. This la dua te Hat fsot that they sera the Its ta eHed of purrlrif iu They sever rrtpe SMr tiekan, net even the snoat aeiloate lady, and yet they are ae eertaia Bs read Is thai ae ene whs aaaa them la dleappohited. They ears torpid kver, asjsttpattosv Mlsusnsss. Jaondlosj, hasdanks, malaria and ward aff peea B. 0. DettTTT CO., CaUCAOO y BmI Firpl (ti laa. ( ionyiiioora Sold bf Towsmend, the Dmf Cat. Cor. 3rd & Broadway. MADRID WILD WITH JOY. Aaeleat OloHee at Csuatlllasi Klsisja Bwraishesl lo Oeosvalow A Cardlaal Heed RoaaaM Bltaual -Poae'a BemeslletloBi Madrid, June 1. The dty ewoke Thursday under a cloudless iky with dazzling aunshlne adding It glorlea to the bewildering maze of color In which the street were enveloped. From an early hour the centers pre sented an aspect of extreme animation. The entire night bad passed amid the din of firework, alngtng end dancing and thousanda of provincials, unable to secure shelter, spent the night In cafes and In the streets. At 8 o'clock crowds densely packed the main thor oughfares and the troops took up their positions, stopping all traffic and the whole city took on an air of feverish expectancy. The esplanade fronting the royal palace was occupied by regi ments of the royal guards In full, gala uniforms, with glittering breast plates and helments. They formed semi-circles, guarding the approaches to the palace from the crowds eager to gain points Of vantage. The massive out lines of the palace were without deco rations save the royal standard float ing above. Detachments of halber diers, with quaint cockades, stood with halberta crossed at the prince's gate, leading to the palace courtyard. The wedding cortege started from the royal palace at 9:30 a. m., amid the ringing of church bells, the firing of artillery salutes and the clamorous enthusiasm of the crowds massed along the route. Ahead rode trumpet ers in crimson velvet suite of the time of Philip II sounding the approach of the royal party. Following them came the personnel of the royal house hold; the heralds, mounted on stal lions from the royal stud and capar isoned In oriental style, each led by a cadet of the royal riding academy and the equerries and grooms from the royal stables, leading the king's fav vorite horses with gold embroidered saddle cloths and colored plumes, ac companied by pages and riding mas ters and all the bewildering equipment of a luxurious court But the brilliancy of this part of the cortege was far surpassed when the famous royal gala coaches came into view, each drawn by eight superb white horses with golden and silver harnesses and lofty colored plumage, looking like the coaches depicted on some illuminated page of a fairy book. These coaches formed one of the most Btrlking features of the wedding cor tege. They were marvels of luxury, some of tortoise shell; others of ma horny, set with panels painted by famous artists, all ornamented with precious metals and emblazoned with the royal InBignia. They were relics of by-gone days, when kings and queens rode In golden vehicles, but they had been renovated In all their original splendor for this occasion. Closing the dazzling array of princes appeared a coach bearing the royal crown in which were seated King Al fonso, his witness, Prince Carlos and the king's little nephew, Prince Al fonso, the actual heir to the throne of Spain. A the king's coach appeared It was greeted by a great roar while the multitudes wildly waved handker chiefs, fans and parasols.' His majesty could plainly be seen smiling and bowing to the popular greetings. He wore .the. uniform of a field marshal, urn hat srrrmountea by a sweeping white plume. Around hi coach was a cavalcade of royal guards, heralds, queries and pages, holding back the enthusiastic populace. Immediately following the royal coach came the bride's party, forming another glittering array of gala coaches, bearing the lords and ladles In waiting and the princes and prin cesses of the house of Battenberg and finally came the famed mahogany coach with the radiant bride. Princess Vlcorla, attended by her mother and Queen Christiana. The appearance of the princes who i was about to become tneir queen aroused the people to the highest pitch of emotion, men and women cheered and shouted friendly saluta tions, while others from the balconies of the houses along the route showered flowers on the princes and let loose hundreds of pigeons carrying long bright streamers. The bride looked most cnartmng, ana graciously ac knowledged the continued ovatlona. The Interior of the church presented a seen of rare beauty aa the royal couple entered. The great arches and naves, usually sombre, were lighted np by thousands of electric llghta which lined the cornices and framed the marble altar with an aureole of light At the left of the altar arose t throne upon a dale, over which hunt maestie canopy of light silk, ex quisitely wrought with gold embroider lee. At the back of the throne filmed the arms of Spain. A the royal couple entered the as semblage arose and 200 choristers in toned a processional hymn. The king looked calm, happy and slightly pais aa usual. Across the breast of hit field marshal's uniform was the blur sad whit aah of the Order of Charles III and om hi breast sparkled th order of the garter and of the golden fieeo. TiM bride (Stared. wUh her laother A Bad Stench Lessens the nssfnlnsse and tnars Bat hap. pinees of Ufa. It' a weak stomach, a itomaeh that can Dot properly perform It frmctlons. Among It symptoms an distress after eating, naosea between meals, btartbum, belching, vomiting, flstnlenos and nervous Hood'sSampjuilla Onrss a bad stomach. Indigestion and dys pepsia, and the cor Is permanent Accept no substitute, hrntner and Ouocn Christina, tne sil vered embroidery of her wedding drees being reflected by the myrlai of lights until the bride seemed to be robed In uw.i, Hur veil, ullihtlv drawn, aside revealed her clear, fine features with cheeks full of youthful color. Th. klnr advanced to meet the bride and they stood together as the mar riage service began. The ceremony , nerfnrmed With all the lmpres- slveness of the Roman ritual, cardinal Sancba, Archbishop of Toledo, robed Is crimson silk, officiating assisted by a anjwini nimcln of the none and the highest dignitaries of the church, with scores of acolytes and incense burners Th mramnnr. which lasted nearly an hour terminated with the nuncio pro nouncing the pope's benediction on tin newly married couple and the chanting of the te deum. Aa the kinir and Princess Victorts were pronounced man and wife the news was sienalled to the waltint. crowds and all Madrid broke Into frantic demonstrations of Joy, whfle cannon boomed and church bells chimed. Entering the royal coach the king and queen of Spain returned to the palace amid scenes of the wildest en thusiasm, the throngs shouting "Lons live Queen Victoria." building' is delayed. Dilatory Tactlce of Insurance Coma panlea at San Fraaeleeo Causes Work of Rebuilding o Itop. Ban Francisco. May 31. Building op erations In the ruined portions of this cltv have received a aeciaea setDacs owing to the dilatory tactics of the underwriters. Almost before the ruins bad cooled the owners of the large hullrllncs in the business section which had not been destroyed beyond roofnradnn nlnnned for their speedy and complete rehabilitation. In a few rlnvs after the Kreat fire throngs or men were engaged in strengthening tho shells and clearing away the debris of the great office buildings and ho tels In the downtown district. Wednesday the men engaged on the Crocker, Shrere, Mutual Savings bank and on the St. Francis hoteV in tnese operations were given notice that all work must cease because of lack of funds. Accordlnelv the army of labor ers and skilled mechanics were laid off. Owners and builders claim that they have used every effort to persuade the underwriters to advance insurance monevs. but without avail and the statement Is now made that owners are as much In the dark as to the rate of adjustment and payment as the day after the fire. Honors lor Henrlk Ibsen. Chrlstlanla, Viuy 31. It has been ar ranged that the general public shall have an opportunity of honoring the late Henrlk Ibsen between 7 and 9 o'clock Thursday evening for the last time before his burial. During this period the catafalque will be guarded by a committee of the Author' and Artist' association. The funeral will be the occasion for the first reproach ment between Swede and Norwegians since the recent political division of th two people, the Swedish univer sities and learned societies (ending representatives and floral offering. BLOCKADED, Ivsry Household in Abilene Bhonld Know How to Resist It- The bank aches because the kidneys are blockaded. Help the kldneya with their work. The back will ache no more. Lou of proof that Doaa's Kidney Pills do this. It'a th beat proof, for it comas from Abi lene. a Mrs. M. A.telm of 101 I. Sto St., Abilene, Kas-.aaya: "As tb result of a fell that I had about tea years ago, my back was se verely Injured. The conaevnenee was pain serenessj, and lameness which clung to me In the reitoB of the loins and small of my baok. Whether these troubles were caused from the Injury to the solne or from deranvement of the kidneys, I was not eertaia, but I do know that my snfferlnf was so acute at Una as that I had to give up, could sot do anything and ea one occasion waa eonlned to say bed six weeks, gomsthlns Uke two years S(t. while visiting my stater la Clinton, Iowa, I had my attention called to Doaa's Kidney Pills sad procarad a box and on taking the treatment, I received aalnlnfts aaaoaatof goo. tveatcttlrsthaJf of Um box, brought m wonderful besets. 1 have sand Bom's Kidney nils an a aamber of oeoaetoa. since, have seed la all several boxes as m t sutler of fact, I cannot any too stack ta praise of thesa." For sal by all dealer. Priee 10 Foster-Kr.buraCaBulTalOsN.Y. Bole Afnts tor Us Dated mate VM'i RAKE GOOD. President Rooeevelt Sy PottlbU- Ity ti Crlticiilnf Official Should Alwaji Exist. PRAISED SUPREME COURT. "It In Astoalahlnsj Mow Itneh Oaie Can Prnat Bven by tlnjut CrttletaBB," fays the Bxeentlve. Washington, June 1. Associate Jus. tlce Henry Billings Brown of the Unit ed State Supreme court whose retire ment from the bench was announced In court Monday, was the guest of hon or at a dinner given by the bar asso ciation of the District of Columbia at New Wlllard hotel Thursday night A notable company gathered, those present including President Rooeorelt, Vice President Fairbanks and repre sentatives of the executive. Judicial and legislative branches of the national government Following the dinner there was a number of impromptu speeches, In cluding one from the president President Roosevelt said in part: ' Mr. Justice, we have come here to night to pay the Just homago due to vou for your work on the bench, to 'hank you on behalf of the people of 'he United States for what you have done and to wish you In your time of well-earned and well-deserved rest, many happy years. There is but one thing better than the right to do hon orable service, and that is the right to rest after the honorable service has been well done. And, Mr. Justice, it has been your great good fortune to to earn the right to do both. "In all th world, and I think, gen tlemen, you will acquit me of any dis position to needless flattery, there is no body of men of equal numbers that possesses the dignity and power com bined that Inhere In that court over wMch, Mr. ChieD Justice, 'you pres.de. Owing to the peculiar construction of our government the man who does hi full duty on that court must of neces sity be not only a great Jurist, but a great constructive statesman. It has been our supreme good fortune as a nation that we have had on that court such. There has been at times criti cism of the court, but I think It would puzzle any one to name an office, officer or Institution of whom there has been nc criticism. And I think that those among us who have been in public life will be the first to say that while the criticism may not be always Just, yet that it is always a good thing that the possibilities of It should exist and that the criticism should at times be exercised. "It Is astonishing how much any one can profit even by unjust criticism; and so I am not going to waste sympathy upon the supreme court, because it oc casionally In this manner shares the fate of our common humanity." PROGRESS WITH RATE BILL. Conference Committee Expoein to Report an Agreement on the Im portant Menanre Soon. Wnshinirton. Jnn 1. There are but 11 amendments in the railroad rate bill vet to ha disnoBed of by the conferees of the senate and house. Twenty amendments disposed of was the rec ord made Thursday. The senate has receded on but three amendments while the house conferees have accepted 39. Those on which th senate has receded are of minor Im portance. The nrovlslons still in dispute in clude the express company amendment those relating to oil and the owner- shin of Droduclna properties by com mon carriers; the anti-pass amend ment; the sleeping car provision; "Jim Crow" cars; the bill of lading provis ion: the retention or rejection or tne words "In its Judgment," and "fairly remunerative," and the sidetrack amendment The nredtctlon was confidently made that a complete agreement will Do reached on the measure Friday. Republicans Make Seminations. Excelsior RDrines. Mo.. June 1. Th republican state convention adjourned at 8 o'clock Thursday night after nom inating B. U. White, of Brookfleld, for state superintendent of schools, mr,A William Fl en tire, of Cape Girar deau, for railroad and warehouse com missioner, and selecting ten memoer at large of the state central commit tee. Illinois Miners Itrlke tile. Rnrlnsrfleld. 111.. June t The minors' convention Thursday adopted th re port of the Joint seals committee and th seals committee Thursday night completed It agreement which will be presented Friday to a Joint oom mittM nf miners and operator for adoption. This adoption ts almost cer tain to come ana tne na oi me ainu. a -in -TMavrTB. Th aennr- wraw" ' al assembly of th United Presbyterian church Wednesday sagnaiixen 101 o- - 1 (nhama tiV fnfnaintt to confirm the BomlnatJoa of Rev. Joha A. Burnett of Monmouth, DL, a gwo nr tnn Tone Peoole's Society. Rev. Bartwtt 1 Btntstsr held la Ugf esteem hot ft ewe am share the belief of the fabM Uttle Robert Reed," that tobacco ts a aitny Th Rev. Bsuaett tAlosra a good smoke. Tbararore rsjt. w. w. uwisstsa of BeBera. m, was E0."3 FC3 SPANISH MIS. i Attempt Wei Made to Kill AV fonao and Elf Bride, Kills an Othesa Injure A Kauraww aawa est Ike Rnral fnlr. Madrid, June L Th pnbll rejoic ing over the maniac of King Alfon so and Princess Victoria had a terri bly dramatio aenuel at 1:10 o'clock Thursday afternoon aa a bomb throws from an upper window exploded with deadly effoot near th coach occupied by the king and queen. Providentially King Alfonso and Queen Victoria es caped when as electric wire deflected the bomb, but at least It persons, moil of thsm belonging to th personal and military escort. wr killed. Many other were Injured. On royal groom, who was leading on of th hone drawing th coach carrying th king and queen wa killed Several of those killed were standing on th balcony of th house from which the bomb was thrown. The scene in the vicinity of the ex plosion was horrible. As the mu nicipal guards hastily Improvised lit ters to besr off the mangled corpses, dense crowds pressed In upon them, causing Indescribable confusion. Sol diers occupied all the streets leading to the locality, making It almost Im possible to reach the spot from a dis tance. However, the Associated Press correspondent was on the scene soon after the explosion and received an account of the affair from the Duke of Veragua, and Colonel Rafael de Chague the officers who assisted Queen Vic toria as she lighted from her coach to take another. The bomb was thrown from above, striking the ground and exploding noi far from the royal carriage. One of the soldiers of the king's, escort and two soldiers were killed, and one of the horses drawing the royal coach wit' killed, while the Injured numbere scores. The bodies of many persoiu were terribly torn by the force of the explosion. The news of the attempted assasina tion spread thcai'!i!i!'-t (S' sii" rrfil r&i.u'ur, turning 'the reolcln; t of the people to awe. The telegrapl. offices were invaded by struggling masses, but a rltid censorship wns Instituted. The explosion would not have oc curred If the cortege had followed the route originally planned; but re turnihg it was determined to retrare part of Mayor street, and give the people a further opportunity to ob serve the pageant. It was in front of 188 Mayor street that the bomb w.a exploded. This Is within half a block of the Esplanade leading to the royal palace. Pn'nde1pTb-'fiankeV. iaaaitm. Philadelphia, June 1. The nankin), and brokerage firm of William H. Hur ley & Co., one of the oldest In Iti line In the city, made an aBSlgnmei.1 Thursday for the benefit of creditors First published In Abilene Weekly Reflec tor, May 81, 1908. Notioe of Administrator's Sale- In the Probate Oonrt of Dickinson Oounty State of Kansas. In the matter of the estate of Julia Powers, deceased. flnilav .ns tim vlriniA nf an order of sale h. t.kM Pwih&bt ftourt nf Dickinson oounty, State of Kanaaa, and dated th Otb aay or April, a. v. iwn. i, w, uuuonnu. admlnlatrator of the estate of aald Julia Powers, deceased, will on Saturday, theaoth day of June, A. D. isot, at 10 o'clock a. m. of aald day, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Abilene, In Dickinson oounty, State of Kansas, otter for sale and sell at pnbllc auction to the hlgheat bidder for cash In hand all the following described real estate of aald deceased situated In Dick inson Oounty, State of Kanaaa, to-wlt: Lota numbered ore (I) and all (), In block No. one (l).ln Sheeran'a second addition to the city of Chapman, for the purpose of paying the debts owing by the deceased and cost of administration. J- Foimt, Roan A Huao, Admlnlatrator. Attorneys. ls-4 First published lathe Abilene Weekly Be- Hector Bayn.iwa.l Publication Notioe- To whom It may concern: Notice la hereby given that I, the nnder algned, will aell at public aale at the livery barn on the west aide of Spruce street be tween Third and Fourth street In the city of Abilene, Dickinson County, Kanaaa, on the X8nd day of June. A. D. IMS, at one o'clock p. m. on said day, the following described per sonal property, to-wlt: One dark bay horse about 6 years old, aald hone .to be aold to aatisfy the bill 1 have against It tor keeping and feeding It, said horse being brought there ny una jwanaes. Witness my hand this Mth day of May, A. D. ttoe. W-l Osoaoa Baianmox. Abilene Steam Laundry. Perfect Work. Reanonabl Prioa. Patronise home Industry. Pure aad Springs water used and all work guaranteed Agencies In all Dickinson county towns. J, B. GOOD WIS Proprietor. Miwonri, Kansas and Texas Commission Co. J. R. VAN VOORST, of Dickinson County, is render, Bar and If ember of Firm. J. W solicit a share of your business. " Is. B, Doreett, cattle salesman, haa been aalasraaa It years. Satisfaction guaranteed. We will be pleased to answer Inquiries by mall. hoom 171, Livestock Exchange, . Kansas City, Mo. .First published In Abilene Weekly Se lector April It, IMS, Sheriff's Sale. STATE OF KANSAS, l, County of Dickinson, J. D. Cramer and J. L. Krnger, carpenter a Cramer Kragtr, vs. Burns White, sometimes called A. B. White. By virtue ef an execution to me directed and delivered, Issued out of the Eighth Judicial District Court of the state of Kan sas, alttlng la and for Dickinson county, in said suta, I will, on the 28th day ef Hay A. D. ltot, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m ef said day, at court bouse door In Abilene, in the county and state aforesaid, offer for public sale and tell to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, all tbe right, title and interest of the above named defendants, In and to tbe following described real estate to-wlt: LoU aevaaty (7t) and seventy-eight (7I Nortn Seventh (7) street South wick A Augus tine addition t the City of Abilene, Dickin son Oounty, Kansas. Also lotsono(l), twofl), three (8), four (4), five (5), all (t) and seven (7) in block twenty one (81) In Falrvlew addition to the City of Abilene, Dickinson Oounty, Kansas, aa the property of the defendant, Burna White, sometimes called A. B. White. Bald oronertv to be aold aa the nronertv of the above named defendant. 83-8 J. B. Favob, Shf iff. : J. P. OMIFBirx, ' Attorney for Plaintiff. . , Sheriff's Office, Dickinson County, Kansas. IFlrst published la Abilene Weekly Be fltctor Hay 24, 1808.1 Notioe of ApDointmenfr BT ATE OF KANSAS, I-.. Dlaklnaon County, f" In the matter of tbe estate of Daniel O. Team deceased, late of Dickinson uounty, Kansas. Nnt.1m la hnpnhv irivnn that on the 18th dav of Hay, A. D. feoo, the undersigned waa by the Probate Court of Dickinson Oounty, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as admlnlatrator of tbe estate of Daniel G, Teare, deceased, late of Dickinson Oounty, Kansas. Ail parties interested in aald estate will take notice and govern themselves ac oordlngly. . Administrator. First published In the Abilene Weekly Be- a . u si ioai 1 Notioe of ApDointment. STATE OF KANSAS, I Dickinson uounty, Tn thfl mattAp of the estate of Maria P. Walters, deceased, late of Dickinson County Kansas. Nf.tir in herehT riven that on tbe 23rd dar of May, A. D. 1006, the undersigned was by th Probate Court of Dickinson County, Kan sas, duly appointed and qualified as execu tnr nf t.hn wtj.tA nf Marl a P. Walters, de ceased, late of Dickinson Oonnty, Kansas. All parties intereaieu in saia oswie wm iniv notice and govern themselves accordingly. OT-tS TTtH.nAL.TKKH, Executor. .First published In the Abilene Weekly Re flector May tt, 1906.1 Notioe of Appointment STATE OF KAN9AB, (,. Dickinson uouniy, j in t.hA mrutar nf the estate of Smith A. Kramer, deceased, late of Dickinson County, Kansas. Nnt.if a In hereby fflven that on the 33rd dar of May, A. D., lftttf, the undersigned was br tne rrooaie uourt ui uiuniuouu iaiuuh; , if Brums, siulv nniwilntntl and Qualified ha ex ecutrix of the estate of Smith A. Kremer, de ceased, late of Dickinson County, Kansas. All parties lnieresieu in uu i.oi win mm.v notice and govern themselves accordingly. . , Sl-U hauuui a . n n, Executrix. CATARRH Mm iM Ely's Cream Balm Thla Remedy le a Speoln Sure to Give 8atlefactleti. ' ' OlVIt RILIIF AT ONOI. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects tb diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh an4 drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Bestoros the Senses of Taste and BmalL Easy to use. Contains no injurios drag. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed Large Size, SO oenta at Druggists or be mailt Trial Size, 10 cents by mail, , KIT BROTHERS. 66 Wsrrw St.. Nsw Ttrhj SOSES m HUMS THOUBLESOIIE-OFFEHSIVE-DAKGEROUS Nothing is more discouraging than to have an unhealthy tore or nicer resist one treatment after another, sometimes (cabbing over and apparently getting well, then returning with renewed energy and becoming worse than before. Sores and nicer are not due to outside cause ; it they were, salves, plasters, lotions, etc., would cure them. They are kept up by A diseased and polluted condition of the blood brought on by the absorption of refuse and waste matter of the body into this vital fluid. These acccumula tions find their way into the blood, usually because of an inactive and sluggish condition of the system. Nature intend that they shall be carried off through the usual channel of waste, but the different member failing to perform their duties properly leave the matter to aoor and ferment The blood then, in it effort to keep the system healthy, absorb these poisons and at the first bruise, cut or wound the lore ia formed, and the constant drainage of foul matter through it keep the place open and irritated o it cannot heal. Another can for old aorta and nicer is the poU luting or weakening of the blood from th re 11 main of torsi constitutional trouble or the t 1 a " begins si the foontain-head and drives out all C- J poisonous scatter and v-erma, and makti a Wnt- isg cure. A soon a tne system ret antdVf- the infinenre) of S. S. S. tha infl,i,mH. gradually kavee, th flaJt lakes oa a healthy color, and aooa the place ia permanently healed. rvk on nnrrt and lm and any softie! advire vnLh- PURELY VEGETABLE.