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MEMORIAL FOR MR. DEWEY. HAVERLY'S MINSTRELS QUIT.
Abilene Bar Adopt Resolution! of Vaudeville at the Opera House This Appreciation.- 1 Evening. At the beginning ot the October ' Manager H. M. Howard reoeived term of diatriot court Judge Moore message from the manager of the appointed S. S Smith, G. W. Hurd Haverly Minstrels that the company and C. 8. Crawford as a oommittee to I has disbanded at Leavenworth. Those prepare resolutions in memory ot T. I who bought tickets should return E. Dewev. This memorial has been I them as early a possible to the adopted by the bar and is: . ' ISeelye theatre and get their money in memoriax. back. For the third time within two years I The theatre will however be open death has ' entered our circle and tonight The mansgement immedl again we are called upon to pay the ately arranged with the managers of tribute of respect to one of our most "The Imperii! vaudeville Company, worthy members. , now rehearsing in the theatre, to Thomas Emmett Dewey was born open here tonight. The election re in Victor, New York, Nov. 6th, 1859, turns furnished by the Western Union and was educated at the university of Telegraph Company will be read from Rochester in that state. Coming to the stage. Prices 25o for adults and Abilene in 1882 he entered the law 15o for ohildren, office of Stamborn A Hurd and in 1888 was admitted to the practioe. of this bar. From that time until Wagon Broke His Leg. Solomon. Nov. 6. John Lockhart P" of Wlllmritala. nrlilla hanllnir nnrn in. pointed reporter of the supreme court Lm gaturd 8fterno(m m off k. bdi anffoali, an rra froH In r ha nra n I " the wagon and both wheels passed over him breaking one leg above the knee joint. he was actively engaged in the praO' tioe, No business or profession brings such intimate acquaintance or close friendship as does the praotice of the law. In no business or profession is Mir 's Gash Promium Wiling fe Death at Manchester. Frederick Luker, aged 79 years, there so little of jealousy and envy died at his home in Manchester Satur- and so muoh of forbearance and day. He leaves a wife and o children brotherhood. The very nature of the I Funeral was held Monday at 10 a. m work brings the attorneys into close at the Lutheran ohurch in Manobes- relationship. . It is with eaoh other ter. ,Burial was made at the Prairie- that the business of the lawyer deals, dale cemetery , Thus it is we come to have an Inti mate and accurate knowledge of the attainment, character and disposi tion of our brethren. And it is this intimate knowledge Grant Gillett in Herington. Grant Gillett passed through Her ington last'Thursday evening on the Golden State Limited. A number of r.ln t.tmn TToi-i nrrirtn sans-i naintannoa haft l ,1. itl.-,.!,.),,., ,A .1. 6 1 rS. ,-.rf J opportunity to shake hands with him The Old Reliable Clothing Store of G. . Sterl is well known in Abilene and Dickinson county for its honesty in selling nothing but good high grade clothing. We do not offer you any SHODDY goods. In addition to selling you good goods at a low price we give you premium checks on your CASH purchase (not on charged saleb.) We give valuable premiums to increase our cash sales and owing to the high cost of our premiums we can only give premium checks for cash sales. We want your trade during November and December on Suits, Overcoats, Underwear, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Trunks, etc. We will make it to your interest to buy from a big clothing stock. We do not pay one cent store rent, we of course can sell cheaper than other houses. Come and bring the whole family and trade with us. We will give you some prices to think about. Right in Front of You. You see here illustrated one of our Hart, Schaff ner & Marx, double-breasted Varsity, it's as good looking in front as it is in the back, and it will look well on you. It is all wool and all right in style, tit , tailoring and price. He was on his way to his heme in Fos- torio, 0., from Chihuahua, Meiioo. Former Teacher Sent Greeting, A letter from District school No. 86 says: "During the month tainments of Mr. Dewey, acquired by long association, which prompts us to designate him as one of our .most worthy members. Mr. Dewey was a lover of his profession for itself. To him the praotice of the law was a science calling for his best efforts and oeived notice from the Abilene Na- demanding his unqualified devotion, tional bank that we had won 1st prize , Honest, careful, cautious and pains, at Fair, also congratulations, and the taking, he obtained and held the con- prize. This news in some way fidence and respect of the court, the reached Manvel, Texas, and brought bar and the public. His natural to us a letter of greeting and congrat- mental endowment was of a high ulations and a head of rice from the order and this he embellished and en- fields of Southern Texas. These were riched by study and research, both in sent by Daniel K. Peck, an old teacher law and literature which placed him of Dickinson county, but now a Santa ' In the front rank of the men of letters Fe agent at Manvel. He taught the in Kansas. seoond school ever held in District His ideas were high and his best 86." afYnrfa WArA flnanr, in an anriflftvnr tn r.n, t,.m H. .,. devoted to the Resolutions of Respect. Win ligature. rt and music and The County UeAianl 80ciety ,. . . . u ji adopted these resolutions on , , , . , , . - , death of Dr. LeFevre nnan In him an unusual Rflmirntlnn nil .5 j . j .1. u ,.,! Whereas: Dr. LeFevre has lived t.hn annn. r.hA trim nnd the heiiutifui ... .... e among us ana has been a highly re in life. Me stooa tor all that was tor .pected member of this society, we the upbuilding and advancement of feel it our duty to pay this simple the community and his loss will be trioute to ms memory, therefore he it felt not onlv bv us as his brethren at . K'vea: mat in the death of Dr. ,A Lei'evre the profession has lost a the bar, but by the community at worthT and rSeritorion, member, a large. student of his adopted profession and It is inexpressibly sad that one with a fearless defender ot modern meal aiinh f,a.nnnit.v and Andnwment should cine. , . . . ., . . t li. . Resolved: That we as a society be cut down in the midst of his ac- ,, Wg preaenoei k.. tivities, but one who has so lived has sn j njs co-operation in our work and not lived in vain. We feel that in his death will be individually felt by his death this bar has lost a valued the members of the profession who has the lidf III! MWM. Copyright 1 906 by Hart Schaffner jf Marx mw$uw xmmmj w wvsjsnmi vxmmm '' You See Here One of Our Best Overcoat Styles. ' ...... 1 The impression you give to others of your style, depends on your overcoat more than anything else during the winter. You wear it in public, where people see you. We have the Hart, Schaffner & Marx line ; and that means style that's right in every detail. See these overcoats and suits, all wool and honest every way. Prices no higher than ordinary cheaper made stuff. See Sterl & Co for the best clothing and ovei coats. This beautiful 42 piece Dinner Set free. Get coupon tickets. This dinner set retails at $16.98 any where in the United States. We give it free. mm and nseful member, the community a faithful friend and the state a good citizen. Lecture Course an Assured Success, Over fiOO season tickets for the lec ture course have been sold by the energetic management. ,The fifty business and professional men who stood as guarantors of the enterprise will have the privilege of disposing of a surplus instead of making up a shortage. The citizens have been practically unanimous in their desire to support the oourse. The first number in the series will be given on Thursday night, the Cremona Orchestra with Miss Broek- hovei as solo violinist, and Mr. Madl son, asso. This orchestra of a dozen members has been received with de light wherever it has appeared. There are 200 good seats unsold, which can be reserved for the season, or fora single entertainment. The single admission, with reserved seat, is 60 cents. Those who hold season tickets can reserve for the season for SO cents or for a single night at 10 cent. - The indications are that standing . room will be sold on Thursday night Ton can get tickets at Hubbard's Book store or Saelye theatre. The Kilties' Band Nov. 17th. la response to numerous Inquiries, the Fair Association desires to state that the Kiltie's Band to appear at Agricultural Hall oa Not. 17th is the same band that played la Festival Hall. World's Fair at 8t Louis. This Is the only band that was accorded such distinction. The management has decided upon popular prices for thM grand concerts as follows: 4uIU Wo. children snder twain and over six Sc A great treat Is la store tor all whs will attend tbess eoaeerts. knew him. Resolved: That we extend to the bereaved mother the assurance of our sympathy in her great affliction, District Court On trial was Bockover vs. Brewer, a suit over a carload of potatoes. Judgment for plaintiff. Holzworth-Litts. Married, Saturday evening, at the Presbyterian parsonage by Bev. Dr. Blayney, Miss Florence Holzworth and Balph Litts. The young people have the good wishes of many Abilene friends. They will reside here. . Galbreath-Hullt Owen Jal breath, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Galbreath formerly ot Solo mon, was married Tuesday to Miss Etha Hulit. The wedding took plaoe at the home of the bride's parents in Topeka, and the newly wedded conple started at once on a wedding trip to Chicago and other eastern points. Advertised Letters. The following is the list of un claimed letters remaining in, the Abi lene postomoe for the week ending Nov. I, 1909. Have your mail ad' dressed to yonr street number and it will be promptly delivered: ansa's uzr. A ndlarti, W m Bans, D Mlck-lm, Hurt Po.oroi. W FUnoa,i R-lft, li Wallnfto, In Aaaban, Vrt Prank Brave, vn t B PaUMa, Mm Purl Crtr, V'mmi SLAmuS, Mia H.Ml Copyright 1 906 by ' Hart Schahner a max Boys' Suits and Overcoats. We carry the largest and best s'ock of boys' suits and overcoats in Abilene. Boys' Suits, age 14 to 19 at............ 5.00 Boys' Suits, age 14 to 19 at, 7.50 Boys' Suits, age 14 to '9 at, - lO.OQ Overcoat Bargains. Men's extra strong well made Overcoat 6.50 Men' fine well made Dress Overcoats , 8 50 Men's latest style Py ton H. S. & M. style... 12.50 Boys' Overcoats. We will save your money on boys' and children's Over coats, ' , A good Coat, age 14 to 19, at a bargain for..... 450 A better one in long style at. 6-50 A fine long Coat for good dressers at 10-00 Suit Bargains. Men's good heavy suits 7.50 Men's fine street suits 10.00 Men's extra good 12-60 Men's fine Dress suits 15.00 Underwear. Men's good underwear worth 50c go in this sale at. .. ' .39 Best fleeced Underwear 50 Union Suits at. . 1.25 Hats and Caps. Winter Caps and all styles of Hats from 25c. tip to 4.50. Boys should buy here for warm wear. Men's fine fur Caps. Mnu,Cts KIM. Mm Ml, atnva. I W One cent will be charged for all ad rartited letters. Persona calling for the above will please say "advertised" giving data. Ktcsum Wajuo, t. U. Our house is a safe place to trade. You know that we do not misrepre sent anything. You know our goods are well made and guaranteed, and for that reason we enjoy a big patronage from our many friends and customers. Let the whole family read this advertisement and bring all the boys. We can save you money. The Old Reliable Clothing House. No Shoddy Goods