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AblLLetE WEEKLY KEFLECX02, ABILEKE, KANSAS, AUGUST 16, 1006 -TWELVE PAGES.
f f S Results in the cup That is where all of the delicious nectar-like flavor and delightful aroma of Defiance Coffee is most apparent. That is the way it is tested bv our experts before we buy it. Cup value is the prime requisite in Defiance Coffee. It must come up to our high standard before we accept it. And that is why you can always depend upon it. is a blend of the best coffee grown. It is cleaned, roasted and packed in the most scientific manner, by skilled and clean persons, in our own plant the ideal of cleanliness and or der. The air-tight, parafine-lined package brings it to your kitchen absolutely fresh and pure. One cup will prove. Get a package at your grocer's today and learn bow to get FREE A Beautiful Breakfast Set : of 31 Pieces With Your Initial in Gold This beautiful set of dishes will be given to all users of Defiance Tea and Coffee taking advantage of our liberal offer before Oct. 1st, 1906. An opportunity you cannot afford to miss, because it's so easy. Full par ticulars in each package. Defiance Coffee, unground, is pound packages. Defiance Tea in -lb. packages. ASK YOVR GROCER LETTS-SPENCER GROCER CO.. ST. JOSEPH. MO. $100 Reward, $100. - The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarah. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment, nans Catarrh Cure is taken internally act ing directly upon the blood and muc ous suriaces oi tne system, tnereoy destroying the foundation oi the diS' ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors hays so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Bold by Druggists, 75o. Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipation. OA.BTC HIA. Basis ths y II" M 'i YOU MN MWin sUfsevaio sf Many Injured lh Texas' Wrrofc. Dallas, Tex., Aug. 11. Fifty-five persons were Injured Friday In an accident on the Fort Worth & Den ver City railroad near Frultland, Tex. A relief train has gone from here carrying physicians. The wreck occurred about 1 o'clock Friday morn ing on a long curve near Frultland, the sleeper and one day coach go ing down a 20-foot embankment Rockefeller Money to Africa. London, Aug. 11. The Times Sat urday morning says It learns from a reliable authority that John D. Rockefeller has furnished funds for railroad development In Tanganyika, Africa,, ... The "Frlaco Hranelilnar Out. Chicago, Aug. 11. Arrangements have been made by the Frisco road for the extension of Its lines In Ok lahoma. The Oklahoma, Kingfisher ft Northwestern, controlled by it, to be extended from Oklahoma City northwest to Liberal, Kan., 150 miles. The Frisco lines also are to be ex tended south and west through Texas Into Old Mexico. ABOUT PEOPLE. was up from Chap- The University of Kansas, LAWRENCE, KANSAS. Equipment of grounds, buildings and ap paratus now valued at $1,335,000. Campus of 170 acres; thirteen large build ings with a $100,000 Gynasium in course of erection. Seven Schools: Graduate; The College; Engineering (civil, electrical, mechanical, mining, chemical); Fine Arts, Law, Pharmacy and Medicine. Faculty of 90 Give Full Time to Instruction. Over 100 eminent specialists lecture be fore the students or wieaicine. Seventeen Hundred and Six Students in 1905-06. Catalogue and othei information may be had by addressing THE CHANCELLOR OR REGISTRAR, Lawrence, Kansas. Dr. R. McShea man. Clyde Bjsver was up from Enter prise. F. E. Muniell of Heringtoo was in town. F. D. Carman of Herington was in the city. C. O. Sorafford ot Enterprise was in town. Mies Lanra Hare of Enterpilse was in town. Dr. Steelsmlth was in Solomon on business. O G. Lockard was up from Hope on business. Mrs. J. A. Fiddook left for a visit in Peoria, Ilia, Thomas Rosa of Manchester was sn Abilene visitor. Samuel Hislop of Talmage Abilene visitor. Mrs. A. J. Bingham returned Iron a California visit. D. Croft is hare from Superior, Neb, on his way to Chicago. Jacob Bonebrake of Rbinehart township was an Abilene visitor. Newton Henson has returned to Abilene after an absenoe otfonr years. Mrs. W. F. Hammond and little son F.etoher ol Manchester were in the eity. Rev. E. E. Hollar is up from Kansas City. He ha sold his farm north west of town to F. Fisher. Ex-Senator Burton returned from Kansas City. He says the story that he will start a weekly paper in Topi ka is premature. It msy work out later. GEORGE HIVYDEIX, Shoer of Tracks Heavy Horses HAND TTTRHXD W0EZ A SPECIALTY. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Horses sent for and delivered in city. Give me a call. GEORGE SNYDER Brick Shop. Phone JNo. 203. Galveston'n Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher uplands, E. W. Good loe, who resides on Dutton St., in Waco. Tex., needs no sea wall for safety. He writes: "I have used Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for years had been growing worse, now us gone. Cures chronio Coughs, La Grippe, Croup, Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia. Pleasant to take. Every bottle guaranteed at John M. Gleissner'a drug store, store. Price 60c and 11.00. Trial bottle free. REPENT REFLECTIONS. Estella Debus has n'ed suit tor d.voroe sgsinst Geo. L. Delias. The framework tor David Som flier's new house on Enterprise street is oompleted. The district clerk's tfflce has doe new Smiih-Preniior typewriter ol tolal make. Marriage lkenst: John J. Abram son, Los Angeles, Cal., Miss Josephine B Hilty, Enterprise. Vara Manor, who returned from Atchison with his fingers badly cut In I ciroulsr saw, is doing nioely. Vim. Staoy brought In shott j brunch of a fruit tree today with five peuohes within a ten Inch spaoa, I The Demoorats will have a ban quet in September. The Republicans will have a eelebration Nov. 7. I Ernest Morse is a new reporter 'on tbe Reflector, He will go to jooilege when the fall term opens. , C. S. Kraybill has sold his 80 tore ' farm In Newbern to George Hornung fur $5600 and will probably move to Abilene. SaeriS Favor took Chss. Mltohell, ' the man who attempted sulotde in the Central hotel, to the state hospital at lopeka. Covert Brothers of Iols ho have the brick and mason work ot the M. E. ohuroh have sublet the exoavtting lo Ed Franks. Mrs. J. H. Demoney, living one and ont-balf miles north of Abilene, entertained a number of ladies today in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Wm Hasg. Mrs. Mary Evans, a Kanass pioneer, died of paralysis after a long illness Thursday evening at the home ol her daughter, Mrs. E. F. Callery, Salina. H. v. Wilson, tbe teacher near Carlton who has orgaoizad hid pupils as a braes band will be at the Diokin son county lair with his band on sohooi day, Oct 8. Harry Meyers is up from Topiks recovering trom a bad acoident While fi.oing he was shot with a 82 caliber revolver. The ball entered the head just grazing the baok part ol the right eyeball and coming out in front of the ear. Although very pain ful the injury Is not dangerous snd i doing nioely. Meyers used to live in Abilene and has been conneoted wiih Upshaw's upholstering establishment. Salina Union: Jos. Dunoan has returned from a trip in the vicinitj of eolomon and be says oorn there is Work! Work! Work! If youdon't make some safe, pn (liable in veeimvntsoroistonally, ynu will kep on working all your life and have nothing to show . for tour tffjrts. You Can Accumulate $500 by simply depositing with this Association a specified sum each month for a definite number ol months. Money so deposited Is always at your oommand. It oan be withdrawn at any time by giving proper potioe. Putting off means never done. SUB SCRIBE NOW. The Dickinson County Building and Loan Ass'ri, H. E- ELLISON, Secretary. Corner Third and Broadwa;, old meat market corner. V Six per sent Interest paid on time deposits. BAPTIST A880CIATI0H MUTING). Ministerial Session Hold. It. Opining Bervlosi. From Saturday' Daily. The Coiored Baptist assooiation proper met as oalled to order yester day by Moderator Bar. Blake. After the appointment ol various commit- tees, B.9V. w. P. Banks of Salina presohed the . introductory sermon from I Cor. 16:68. At 3 o'clook was reading and reoelvlng of ohuroh letters. $123 SI was oolleoted at this reading. At 4 o'olook an sduoational sermon was preaohed by Rev. W. M. Hampton of Abilene. At 8:15 t solo was ren dered by Mrs. E. A. Wilson of Kansas City, after which a sermon by Rev. C. W. Wilson of Junotion City. To tal colleotlon for the day 1183.81. Visitors of the eonventlon: Rev. Wilson, president of the Baptist state convention of Kansas; Mrs. E A. Wilson, seoretary of the woman's work of Kansas; Rev. J. H. Ranney, vioe-moderator of S. W. D. A ; Rev. G. W. Harts, president of K. W. S. and T. C. Money collected from all servioes at this writing (397.17. BAPTIST MEETING CLOSING. In Rather than paymgn railroad rate on a shipment of 1,00 tons ot scrap iron, the consigners in 8an Francisco forwarded it to Philadelphia by water and the cargo arrived a few days ago after a 14,000-mile trip around tne Horn. The snip left San Francisco oa November U, IMS, and weathered sale after (ale oa her long ran from the Pacllc to the Atlantic. It It probably the Irst cargo ot the kind ever shipped from the Pacific coast to Philadelphia. Vie, Prof. Tyler, of Amherst college, said recently: '-A man can live comforta bly without brains: no man ever ex isted without a digestive system. The dvspeptfe has neither faith, hope nor charity. Day by day people re alise the importance ot earing lor their digestion; realise the need of the use ot a little corrective after overeating. A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia. J It digests what yon tat. Sold by iTowDsead, the druggist. going to yield very abundantly. laot all ol Dickinson oounty will pro duoe an unusual crop ol oorn this year. Tbe rains which have missed Salina during tbe entire summer have been falling in Dickinson county and this will be a corn yesr that will beat aoything for a long time past A letter from Harry Lltts who is in New York lays that Roy Weyant is also there from Carthage, Mo. Mr. Lilts arrived too late to see the ball game between Chicago and Mew York. He thinks that Manager Shearer would be pleased if Abilene's ball team oouid attract an attendance of 35,000 people, at this game did. It is rathtr warm in New York and one it nnable to get out and take 40 barrtlt of purt air into his Inngs, as ht cm in Kansas. Conntr Malott who it one of the ditots ol the Spokesman-Review, Spokane, is making good in the northwest and it cnt ol tht most prominent newspapermen ol the northwest. Of all the Abilene boys who havt gone to (he ooatt oonntry Conner bti attained tht greatest mttsnrt of prominence. Ht de serves all tht good thlngt that art oomlng his wty and it taking high plaet tmong tht ltedtri In tht north' wttt business and political affairs. Bell Phtot Improvement!. Tht Bell telephone system it spend ing $83,000 oa improvements la this part of tht ststs. A tomplttt tew toll lint Is being bnllt from Topeka to Abilene. Everything about thlt lint li to tot ntw. Work is already being doat at sevtral points along the lint aid tht work bet tee Toptka and BotsTillt has beta completed. Tht company proposes having tht work finished by Dm. 1. Hint To Honaeworkera. Nothing is more important to the hardworking housekeeper, than to keep her liver properly working;other wise, that pale, sallow look, and tired feeling, will make her look and feel as sick as a dag. Nothing will keep yon ap to tbe mark, without injurious stimulation, to well as ur. uaidweu s (laxative) Syrup Pepsin. It it a pure liver tonic a curs lor Constipation, Biliousness, tad Indigestion. Sold by all druggists at 50c and $1.00. Money back if ft fails. Colored Convention Has Been Success fnl. The olosing sessions of the Colored Baptist convention have been interest- ng. At the W. H. & F. M. session the president, Mrs. R. A. Allen presided. fhere were two addresses by Rev. W. Carter ol Topeka, Rev. J. H. Ralnoy, Mrs. H. Reotor and Rev. J. H. Ven ue, state misslonsry. The collec tion amounted to $50.13 "Generally debilitated for yean. Had sick headaches, lacked ambition, was worn-out and all run-down. Bur dock Blood Bitters made me a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Freltoy, Moos up, Conn. Don't think that piles can't bo cured. Thousands of obstinate caset have been oured by Doan'i Ointment. 60 cents at any drug store. Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Electrio Oil. Takes the sting out of outa, burns or brulsei at once. Pain can not stay where it Is used. BilliousP Feel heavy after dinner? Tongue coatedP Bitter taste P Com plexion sallowP Liver needs waking up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious attacks. 25 oents at any drug store. tflret published In the Abilene Weekly Be. Sector August 9, 1000.1 Publication Notice. In the District 'Court of Dickinson county. State of Kansas. Nottle Q. Drenneman, Plaintiff, vs. John W, Laewen, Defendant, To John W. Laawell, the above named de fendant : Ynu will hereby take notice that you have been seed by Nettle U, Hrennaman, tbe plaintiff In the above entitled action, who bus died her letitlon in the dl.trbt court of nif.ln.nn Omint.v. HtRLeiif KanHaa. wherelu she allege, that she Is the owner of the equit able and legal title to and is the actual and peaceable posseiilon of the following de ucr.bed real estate, situated In Dickinson Oounty, Kansas, to-wlt: Ix)t number forty-nine (HI, on Blith strett. In Houthwlck & Augustine's addition to tbe City of Abilene, State of Kansas, And aaklnt for the nuletlng other rlgns and title to the .aid real estate, And that the laid defendant John W. Laswell, be for ever enjoined and barred from setting up or claiming any right, title or Interest In or to aaldpreml.es. That unless you answer and demur to said petition on or before the Mth day of Boptember, A. D.. Hot, said petition will be taken as true, and Judgment rendered qui ting the title and right ol possession of said Nettle U. Brenneman to the above de scribed real estate, and forever enjoining anil hofnir vma tmm MttlltlT UD OT Claimlnff any right, title or Interest in or to said prem ises, ana lor cos .. H WITH U. BaWHU, 4R.1 Plaintiff. By O, W. Uurd and 8. H. Bmlth.her attorneys. ooooooooooooooooooooxxx? O lit Qoinf Incnnh'c Andriomu miiuami juocpii onuauoiiij. ABILENE, KANSAS. Boarding and Day School for Girls. Conducted by tht 8ittere of St. Joseph. This Aoedemy li beautifully situated In tbe suburbs of Abi lene on an elevation commanding a view of tbe pioturcsq'it Smoky Hill valley and the surrounding conotry. Tbe oourse ot instruction is suitable for young ladies in every useful and ornamental branch ol eduoatlon. School Term Commences Tuesday. Sep't 11. '08. For further information address SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, 82 g 48-1 Abileot, Kansas. New Firm at Pearl. The Sempsrote Mercantile Co. has purchased the stock of goods formerly owned by the Weissenfluh Mercantile Co., of Pearl, Kansas, and will do business as the successors of the old firm. We will handle Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, AJTD GE5EBAL MERCHANDISE. and such other articles as our trade demands. Let us know what you want and we will make an effort to have them at your command. lours tor Dusiness, SEMPSROTE MERC. CO. it-t