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lor Sale! n with Choice (arm of 240 acres, . m a smooth second bottom land 2, miles north of Winfield, Cow ley County, Kansas. 180 acres in cultivation. 15 acres in meadow. 40 acres in pasture never failing spring. 3 acres good orchard. 2 good wells and cistern j-room house. Large barn end granary, all new.- -Winfield it town ot 9,000 people, bet excellent schools and two oolleget nd abundance of natural gat. Will Mil tor own or exchange for Dickin on coonty land. H. K. HUMPHREY. Cir Seourity Milling Co., Abilene, Kanaas. SIMPLE CATARRH REMEDY. Take Hyomei Treatment Four Timet a Day and Be Cured. Hyomei baa performed almost mi raculous cures and Is today recog nized by leading members of the medical profession as the only adver tised remedy for this disease that can be relied upon to do just what it claims. Until recently your physician would have said the only way to cure catarrh would be to have a change of climate but now with Hysmei yoraj can carry a health-giving climate in your vest pocket and by breathing it a few minutes four times a day, cure yourself. The Hyomei treatment is simpl and easy to use. It destroys all ca tarrh germs in the air passages and enriches and purifies the blood with ozooe. When using Hyomei the air you breathe will seem like that on the, mountains, high above the sei level A oomplete Hyomei outfit costs but 11.00, extra bottles. 60c. If it does not give you satisfaction, J. M. GleisS' ner will refund your money. You run no risk whatever in taking this reliable treatment. """ WON AN EASY GAME. Abilene Takes Laat Ball Game from Enterprise. Abilene'! bunch of ball players took the Enterprise contingent down the pike yesterday to the time of 10 to . It was a lively game and looked until the fourth inning aa if Abilene was beaten. In that inning two men were given bases on balls and a two-bagger by Lamb scored both. From then on the game was easy, the locals lining out two and three baggers frequently and scoring in every Inning. Giles pitched a steady game and Sommer put several out at second by hit fine throwing. Abilene always stole seo ond, beating the , ball there every time. The score: B H Enterprise 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 ft-4 7 Abilene 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 - Batteries -Anderson and Elliott Giles and Sommer. Umpire Ludes. SCHOOL STATISTICS. Good Dickinson County Make Showing in School. County Superintendent HoCormiok hat just completed his Annual report to the state superintendent and comparison with the one for 1904-04 shows a steady improvement. The following are some ot the facts shown l not-IBM lsoe-im Census 7371 7(33 Enrollment 4103 7 Avenge Dally Attendance... 8181 SB Average Salary Hales MS 67 160 70 Females 41 16 ii 88 Total Amount paid out for 6choolPnrpo.es 82,119 It K,7tt at A lazy liver leads to chronic dys pepsia and constipation weakens the whole avstem. Doan's Recrulates (25 cents per box) oorreeuth liver, tooe4street pageant and the P. O. tne stomacn, cure constipation. Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch I The more you scratch the worse the itch. Try Doan's Oint ment. It cures piles, eczema, any skin itching. All druggists sell it. Good for the cough, removes the cold, the cause of the cough. That's the work of Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar the original laxative cough, Contains no opiates. Sold by Town- send, the Druggist. If It's a Reputation . vou are after. White's Cream Vermi fuge has a world wide reputation as tne oest ot an worm destroyers, ana for its tonic influence on weak and nntrifty children. It improves their digestion and assimilation of their food, strengthens their nervous sys tem and restores them to health and vigor natural to a ohild. If you want a healthy, happy child get a 'bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by Chas. Townsend, druggist. Bears tas Upstart ITOniA. la) Kin in Haw Anrtt tewt A Bunch of Weddings Gilbert M. Gish and Rose Ethel Clark of Abilene were married by Judge Rankin Wednesday evening. They are popular Abilene young peo ple. Elmer Shane and Virginia Hay Bruce of Elmo, and Edward Rufener and Zura Shane of Elmo were mar ried by Judge Rankin. Mr. Shane and Mrs. Rufener are brother and sister and nephew and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shane of this city. Desoto Gross and Gertrude Wilson of northeast Dickinson were married Wednesday. Ernest Norman and Kate Blair of Upland were married Wednesday eve- ning. i i i .. ' ' 1,1 Kansas City's Carnival. The Priests of Pallas has long been the great attraction in Kansas City each fall, furnishing the wonderful P. ball- and bal masque. This year the car nival will take up the entire week, besrinnine Mondav, October 1. The attractions are such as to oner varied programme, ranging from the Epperson minstrels to an airship and the great street pageant. The pro gramme also includes the ceremonial or P. 0. P. ball on Wednesday night. October 3, and the bal masque on Friday night, October 6. The cele brated Banda Rossa will be present and furnish the musio for both balls and for the minstrels. The railroads have adopted low rates for the entire week, WE KNOW HOW not only to paint yoor house or barn, bat to tnii FINE PAINTS to that they'll result la a tif htly ap psaraao, will Milan ran, fade nor take off, and last for years. Oar ckargM are no kiajhar than asked eleewker with half Ihaae qoellilee lacking. Wa fill orders, Mf aad little, aad guarantee wrrkae wall aad quiet ly done, aad at took prion that yoe'li shake kaada with yoartelf on the ell toaad goodaaat of the deal. A. R. ELWICK, ' Paint and "Wall Papr Schneider Is Tenth. J. J. Schneider, according to A. M. Crary, is the tenth treasurer of Dick inson county- The first was Isaiah Jones.father of Jas. J.Jones of Hering- ton appointed under the laws of the state, October 1, 1861. His bond was fixed at (2,000. The-amount of state tax levied in this county that year was 1306.34 In addition to a state poll tax of 50c a head. Fred Staatz was elected treasurer in the fall of 1863. He was succeeded by C. Hoffman who was re-elected in '67. J. B. Shane was elected to that office in 1869 and re-elected in 1871. C. H. Lebold suc ceeded him in 1878 and was re-elected in 1875. He was auoceeeed by C. ii. Hawk in 1877 and he also served two terms. Thoa. KIrby was elected in 1881 serving two terms, and in 1885 John Cooper waa elected treasurer. In 1889 W. L. Nixon was elected to that office and ha also served two terms. In the fall of 1893 C. H. Pat tison was elected treasurer serving two terms, and in 1897 W. A. Matte son was elected. He waa In tarn suc ceeded by J. J. Scheider who wai elected in 1901 and re-elected In 1904. ABILENE GETS TROPHY. Prize for Team Winning Most Games Stays Here. The Abilene ball team has been awarded the silver trophy offered by Lease Duckwall of the Racket to the Dickinson ball team winning most eames. The Abilenea played 28 games, winning 22. They piayea seven games with Enterprise winning three. This has been the most successful baseball season the town ever knew both from the high character of the games and the interest shown. It Is due largely to the splendid manage ment of S. Shearer who deserves the ai:otcc:;veiitio:i Although It Is an "Off Year" Ohio Republicans Engage In a Remarkable Contest. SENATORS WERE ENDORSED Raellaa Dee lariat- far Primary Yatla far Unite. StaM Sean tare aa Tartar Revlelaa i : Beta Vote Down, Dayton, 0., Sept U. In what has been for vaara the "off rear" In State town's thanks tor hie unselfish efforts elections the republicans ot Ohio to give Abilene good ball. The troohv it on exhibition at Shearer's shoe store and Is a beauty. FIRST SPEECH AT HOPE. Wednesday held one of the hotteat conventions In the history ot the party In this state. And still more remark abe waa It tor the laat that the con teat was not over the naming of can didate tor the atate offloet tor which Governor Hoch Will Address Peo- the convention had been called, but pie at Hope Fair. over the aeleotlon ot a chairman ot Arrangements were completed to- the state executive oommlttee, In- day for Governor Hoch to be present " lerahlP Unit. ' , , . - , ,, d State Senator Dick. The senator at the Hope fair on Sept 27 and make onJy propoimoni ut an address, u win oe toe last unv ui lSm m tt. qU.iUoB of endorsement the fair at that place and the speaking 0 n. WOrk. aD4 mat ot Senator For will commence at 1:30. Everybody alter la the United State senate, many in southeast Dickinson should turn I of the republicans having taken the position that In view of the tact that the senator had not entirely agreed with the policy ot President Roose velt on national legislation it would be inconsistent to give an endorse- out and give him a hearty welcome. Brief for Rehearing; Filed. A brief for rehearing in ex-Senator Burton's case was filed at Washing- , rf te to toth tt Drem. ton in the supreme court yesterday. It says in part: "Believintr that the trial in the court below was not a fair one, and that the verdict rests on evidence I ldent and the two senators. In win ning a victory over Congressman Burton and Harry M. Saugherty on these two questions Senator Dick re tained his chieftainship and prestige, not too technically, but substantially , wnlcn tmami the merchant mar- improper, evidence which removed m6 an(i lome other planks Indicated the case from the region of faot to that Mr. Burton had not been idle the realm of susDiolon. and bellevlne. In other directions. On two points, .i h.t ..Mnna w nnlnded primary voting for United States sen- , ,', , , . , . .u... atora and tariff revision, one of the wnicn aione coum bitoi, nuu nuu uui .i-t itrrt theevidenoe wrongfully decided, we mInor,ty nport two plank, ap. earnestly pray for a rehearing." How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for anv case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O, We, the undersigned, have known J. Chenev for the last is years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and nnan daily able to oarrv out any obliga tions maae oy nis nrm. WALDINO, hJNNAN B MARVIN, Wholesale Drue-gists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally, acting directly upon the blood manufMturng world, parently with the approval of Mr. Bur ton, and the convention defeated both. The sections of the platform regard ing the tariff and the president were i follows The republican policy of protection must be sacredly maintained. It it th foundation of our gratifying and unparalleled prosperity and commer cial eminence. Eventual correction ot schedules along protective lines must be made by the republican party whose devotion to the policy of Amer ican markets for American Industry Is the guaranty ot the confidence of the and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. ' Price 75o per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse. A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship. Not only should the outside of the body be cleaned, but occasional use of a laxative or catnaruo opens me bowels and clears the system of effete matter. Best for this are DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Pleasent little bills that do not wipe or sicken. Sold by Townsend the Druggist. If all dvsnensia sufferers knew what Dr. Shoop's Restorative would do for flcent laws enacted at the last session them, Dyspepsia would practically be of congress, and we are proud of his Wa most heartily approve and endorse Theodore Roosevelt and hla administration of public affairs. True to the principles of the republican party as enunciated at Chicago in 1904, he has more than met and ful filled our high expectations. Hla sa gacity, patriotism, commanding hon esty and courage, hla lofty Ideals ot publle duty and of 'private citizen ship have won lor him a unique place In the confidence and regard of the American people. We express our re newed confidence In hit ability, hit patriotism, hla pure and high minded devotion to the Interest of the whole people. To him belongs the princi pal credit for the long list of bene- No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reeled. There is always that possibility o( a little too much wind that make a oautio man afraid to go unprovided. The thinking man li me nt -mach some times goes back on him, provides for his stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dyspepsia within reach, Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stomach to ihe condition to properly perform its functions Sold by Townsend, the druggist "To' Cure a Felon." says Sam Kendall of Phillipsburg, Has., "lint cover it over wits buck- len's Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest." Quickest cure for Burn Bolls, Sores, Scalds, Wounds, Plies, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, Sore Feet and Sore Eyes. Only 26o at John M. Uleissner a drug store. uuaranteed. Well Worth Trying-. W. H. Brown, the popular pension attorney or rittsneld, vt., says next to a pension, the best thing to get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He writes: "They keep my family in splendid health." Quick cure for Headache, Constipation and Bilious ness. 25c. Guaranteed at John H, Glelssner's drug store. In these days of rush and hurry courtesy Is often forgotten. In the mad, pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone. hastily eaten meal and its resultant neaaacne may oause us social or nnan olal loss. The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia. It digests what you eat and puts your stomach back Into shape. Sold by Townsend, the drug- 8"e' . One Fare for Round Trip from Chicago, plus two dollars, for fifteen day limit, and one fare plus four dollars, for thlrtv dav limit, to Canadian and New England points Tiokets on sale via Niokel Plate road, from Chioago, September 5th and 19th. Information given npon appioation to John X. Calahan, general agent, 1U7 Adams St., Chicago. La sane t, Station, Chicago, the only depot on the elevated railroad loop. Escaped Death. It Is not an unoommon experience for us to get a letter describing how the writer esoaped death by taking Dr. Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin for some violent and dangerous stom ach or bowel inflammation. The gentle, soothing, curative, puriflca- tive action of this pleasant syrup is without any equal In the science of medicine. Sold oy an druggists at 60c and 11.00. Honey back 11 it fans tfOOD'S 8arsaparilla it the med cine for Impure blood, eruptions. weakness and general debility it positively and absolutely CURES. disease of the oast. Dr. Shoop's Restorative reaches stomach troubles bv its direct tonic action upon the in side nerves the true stomach nerves. Stomach distress or weakness, full ness, bloatine, belching. We recom mend and sell Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Townsend, the druggist. BoajM OAflTi TLX A.. pjeuitie M Hsu Alwr Had Fine Showers. This morning the county isited by fine showers which were representatives In badly needed for wheat ground and ever held a contending position among late pasturatre. We would welome leadership and pledge him our loyal support In the future as In the past To carry out the policies which mark his administration and to enable him to complete the mission the American people entrusted to blm two years ago, It la Imperatively necesary that he be aided by a republican congress. A hostile house of representative would thwart hla high alms and em barrass the policy to which he Is com mitted. We most heartily and without re serve approve and endorse our dis tinguished senators, Joseph Benson Foraker, and Charlea Dick. Ohio's the senate have more which is promised tonight and tomorrow. , More showers fell during the after noon and still more to follow. Tired Mother. It't hard work to take care of children and to eook, sweep, wash, tew and mend, betide. Tired mothers should take Hood's Sarsaparilla it refreshen the blood. improve th appetite, aaaarea rest; lui sleep, ana neips in many ways. For Sale, three eows, hay rack, mower aad farm machinery. Inquire at 1107 West First street Mrs. 8. Y. R. Dawaon. M-ltae-tf Fin Banding Rock for aale, quar ried or anqoarrled, J. A. ForsUr, I mile aoath.l mil eastrf Abilene; R. F. , Abilene, Ka. 49-zCf For Coughs and Colds There it remedy over ilxty yer old Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral. Of course you have heard of If, probably hive used it Once In ihefamlly.it stsyi; the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds on the chest. Aik your doctor about it. n kee ktad a a anaalal--"Sola lot aver atatv ream." A O Are Oe-. bowoU, Mm 4VIM sjfcirtn f f lOftAPjUOLU. mx.. yers We I WerH the statesmen of the nation and we glory In' the conspicuous and effec tive work of Senators Foraker and Dick In legislative accomplishments and republican leadership. We dis pute no right to devotion, to honest conviction of duty in all matters of legislation, believing It In harmony with a representative form of ear- eminent and a necessary aafeguard ot constitutional Hterty. lrlaeB Dclar Tralan. Ardmcre, I T Sefti 1 Tnalo service on the Gulf line of the Santa Fe Is badly crippled as the, result of heavy rains Tuesday which caused washouts. Several trains were an nulled Wednesday. On the Shawnee branch five hundred feet of track la reported gone. Train aervtoe It crippled. Balm here bare done much damage to growing crops. The lost !. be heavr. aa Oyater Bay, Sept It. President Roosevelt hat completed the first draft ot hla next annual message to coogrese. R Is hit intention to pnt the finishing touches on this docu ment before he take hla trip to Pan ama la Novembe. Av ' Pi" trwrana tra activity of Twain Kill la Onaalaa Wraak. Montreal, Sept 11. Officials ot the Canadiaa Pacific railway any twelv panose wer killed and tea tnjnred the Bv, anal trtut) aid rcJfy.ta TracJ toibvJ Wednesday. If you like Coffee but dare not drink it, try Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It's true that real coffee does disturb the Stomach, Heart and Kidneys. But Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee has not 1 grain of true coffee in it. It is satis fying, wholesome and harmless even to tne youngest ohild. Being made from parched grains and malt it forms a food-like drink, yet having the true flavor of Old Java ana juocna U)nee. Sold by Belknap A Roemer. Think of Dr. Snoop Catarrh Cure it your nose and throat ulsobargei if your breath is foul or feverish. It contains Oil of Eucalyptus, Thymol, Menthol, etc., Incorporated into an imported cream-like petroleum. It soothes, heals, purines, controls. Call at our store for tree trial box. Townsend. the druggist. When two strong men come to blows, even if they are well matohed, it is not a pleasing sight, bnt if the man who gets tne worst 01 it win use DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, be will look better and feel better in short order. Be sure you get DeWitt's. Good for everything a salve is used for, Including piles. Sold by Town- tend, tne uruggist. Head Ache Sometimes? If so, it will interest you to know that it can be stopped with Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills; and without any bid after effects, and this without dan ger of forming a drtij habit or having your stomach disar ranged. They positively con tain no opium, morphine, co caine, chloral, ether or chloro form in any form. Dr, Miles' Anti-Pain Pills relieve pain, and leave only a sense of relief. The reason for this is explained by the fact that headache comes from tired, irritable, turbulent, over-taxed brain nerves. Anti Pain Pills soothe and strength en these nerves, thus removing; the cause. They are harmless when taken as directed. "We use Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln PIT for the cure of headache, and we think thet there It nothing that will equal them. Thejr will euro the severest spell of nervous or slot; headache In a very few minutes. I am of a nervous temperament, and oocaalonnlly have spells when my nervee ni-r-m to be completely exhaust ed, and I tremble so I can scarcely contain myself. At these Umea I al wya tak the Antl-Peln Fills, anl they quiet me right away. It is re markable trFmt a soothing effect they have upon C o ncrvea." WIS. 1'. R I.AUL, Detroit, Mich. Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are eold by your druojlst, who will guarantee that the flret package will benefit. If It oeneni. monev. Ct dosea, Ii eente. Never sold in bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Railway Tims Tablet, t ORION PAOUTIO aisTiouim. No. 101, Limited list a. Mo. lot, Atlantis Iiprsss 11:10 p. s No. lot, Saline Bipreas lit p. sa No. let, Tims freight 1:10 p. at No. 1M, Way freight. t:M p, 'No. Its, Way freight SiN p. at WBsxnomro, No. Ml, Limited Mitt p. No. lot, Pacllc Coast. IiOO p, sa No. 107, Saline Bxpreea lilt p, m No. Its, Time freight 1:11a. at No. It?, Way freight, UtO a. at No, Its, Way freight ....titta.as Dally sioept Sunday, HOOK ISLAND DT8TEM, "Rli-hft Road1' to and from aad na. tween Chicago, at. Louis, Memphis, Peoria St, Joseph, Kansas oley Omaha. Deavoe Oolorado Sr-rlim, fort Worth, Si Paul, sUa nea polls, and everywhere beyond. , Trains leave-Abilene as follows: waa annnn. No. IM, Hall and Bxpreeo Iittp.sa No, Mi, Paesenger and freight Uitt a. bis Bonn. No. (It, Through Pauengar lOtet a. No, MS, Passenger and freight. Iiel p. as Connection at Hertngtoa with 11 and la Dally exoept Sunday. for sleeolnff ear roser rations. Hoketa. time-tables, eta., apply to J. H, Jennet Agent. J. A. Stbwabt, General Paareneer Aeant. Kiuu Ufa Mo. atiaaomu fAourio-AT jwaxca. wnai nouns. raaeenaer Mo. s ana a. m rnrough frelf bt, lo. us 1 11 a. m through Looal, No. UT -..tits a, a JUM BOOBB. r-aeeenaer no. 1 lt:.-e a. la. way rreignt no. wm ,.I1U p. u tray freight. Povlii u its a. as. SANTA ti HO0TB. All Baala f s trains dally sioept taadaf BOBTB BOUIID, No. NT, Passenger daily ItOO a, No. m, Accommodation 1I1H a, No. HI, Aooommodalloa , . 1:10 p. No. I General Robert E. Lee. Wat the greatest General the world I . . t.nn 11. 1 1. ,) -a anMM llnl- UH Vl uuu. 11 uuvj" ..... mentisthegreatestLiniment. Quick ly cures all pains. It is within the reach of all. T. H. Pointer, Hemp stead, Texax, writes: "This is to certify that Ballard's Snow Liniment has been round to be an excellent Lini ment for Rheumatic pains. I am never Ithout it. Bold by cnas. rownsena Druggist. When yon bsre a eold it is well to be very careful about nsing anything that will cause constipation. Be par ticularly careful about preparations containing opiates. Use Kennedy's Laxative Money ana iar, wnicn stops the. oongh and move th bowels. Sold by Townsend, the Druggist. She Found Relief. If yon are troubled with liver com plaint and have not received help read this. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond. Moody, Texas. "I waa in poor health with liver trouble for over a year. Doctors did me no good and tried ner nine, ana inre nottie cured me, I -can't' say too much for Herbine.at it it a wonderful liver Med icine. I alwayt have It In th noose. Publish where yon with. Sold by Chat. Townsend, Dlnggist. O.AVI TOItlA. . la) IM tn hn fesfll faawffet A ,m 19 " "" flo. M, PiHUfir dally UJii No. MS, AoummodaUos. dally..... tmvm No- WO, AooonmmlaUoo till 9 m 4ULIITA MUIKJB. Departs. No I1T. AoMmnwtfatioa lift . ' 1110 M m Ho. US, Anoosoiodatlon lil6pB ll.t do. CM. " Til a' No. KM nachfM Iintti Ottv a ft ill) a. km. Through chair can Ablleaa ia lfinf an4 Chicago, also for all bolnta wm.. rot oonnectloa at fttront tiitf for til Dotal Id 'Jolorado aad Uallfdiuia, alto dtnoi ooav oaotiODJ for all Mint in Oklahoma aatl Taiasi. Part m; good kralaa and bait) ooa . Doctiooi for all polou out of Katuai CUy, For farther particular! call oa or addnat r. I. lallt. ag aat, Saata fa. Phoaa II. ABILENE'S SOCIETIES. AT. AND A. M. Jtonerolent todga Wa . 98, meeuflntand thlrd Monday are. Ding In each month at Masonlo ball, comer Third and Odar. JoMph B. Keel. W. M.;J. L. Wwrley.eaoretarji Tlslting brethren wet com. WOMAN'S RELIEF OORPH-Tfo. If meet alternate Wednesday after. noonaatSjaoo'clockln K. of P. hall, Mr. Marlon H. Kirk, prealdent; Mra. OUra . Petan, Mcretary. ROTAL ARCH MAOK-Ojma Chapter Mo. 93. meet In Maaonle hall on the aeo and and fourth frldaya of each month. F, Murte, u. r. ; jot-spa a. aaai eerer7. TR1PL1 Til BRNKVOLBNT AJAOCIA. TION Abilene Council Ho. M, meeta oa aecond and fourth Thnraday arentnga of each month. Vliliora welcome. Albert I. luDJif, prealdent; Jo ha 0, awjer eecratary J. A. TUFTS, Licensed Embalmer . AMD- Undertaker. V I Oalit atuase to oar or algkfj. Oaj Bbeaa, tit; algkt phoaa, tat ABILXKX, IUHA8&