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ABILEBTE WEEKLY BEflECTOB, ABIIENE, KANSAS, MARCH 7. 1907
POSTPONED Public Sale, Having decided to quit farming, I will offer at putlio Bale on leotlon 6 in Logan township 4 milei aouthweat of Enterprise. miles south and 8 mllei east of Abilene, on the old Robert Falton farm, on Friday, March 8th, commencing at 10 a. m. sharp, the following property: 11 head Horses and Moles 37 head of Cattle, 7 head of Hogs, Farm Implements, Also Omego oream separator 460 lb. capacity, 8 milk oana, prairie and millet hay in stack. TERMS: All sums of $10 and un der oash; sums over $10 a oredit of 9 months will be given on note with ap proved seourily at 10 per cent Inter est; if paid when due only 6 per cent interest will be charged. No proper ty to be removed until settled for. 2 per cent off for oash on sums over $10. FrA lunch at noon. J. H. BRICKER. J. N. BURTON, Auctioneer. Public Sale Having sold my farm I will sell at public sale at my plaoe 6 miles north and one mile east of Woodbine and i mile south of Lyona church, on Wednesday, Mar. 13th, commencing at 10 a. m. sharp the following property: 5 head of Horses 31 head of Cattle, 10 head of hogs, Farm Implements- TERMS: All sums of $10 and un j u. nwr 1ft it credit of A uer uasu, ruuo months will be given on note with ap- 3 i... .t m nor nant.. IntAr- provea security " est: if paid when due only 8 per oent. interest will be oharged. No proper ty to be removed until settled for. Free lunoh at noon. GEO. B. RODD. J. N. BURTON, Auctioneer. S. L. BOOK, Clerk. aAiUMnalraN Return to Work. ! Bt Louis, Fe. 28. The boilermakers nuanHma and hp.lne.rs employed by the Missouri Pacifio Iron Mountain .system, who have been on a sinae Vt.lta- VflMfl BffTAAd Wfld W mHUV luftuw, " t -o 'nesday night to return to work be- jtween now ana Monaay ana suunui ! their grievances to Vice President rtl.wUa a tVlM KVBtAm for adlUBtllient The me will return to work at th tuna scale they received wnen tcej Ijnade their demands for an increase ! Amending Alcatiol Act : uaninctnn. Teh. 98. Senator Hans 'trough Wednesday, reported from h mnmitin on flnanoa. the houss 'bill amending the denatured alcohol act so far as to afford an opportune AAmhfnatlnn of farmers and others to erect small independent distilleries for the sole purpose ol mauing alco hol to be denatured. Murdered for Their Money. Colfax, la., Feb. 28.-Wlth 15,00( missing from the house, Joseph Bille' wealthy Frenchman, and his wlfi were b.nh found dead Tuesday. It 1 believed that robbers muea u duple. HEARING THE SESSION'S END. Legislature to Adjourn Next Week Status OI some moau gpeelal to the Btleetor. Topbka. Maroh 2. xne legisiavu will adjourn next week but there is much vet to do. The senate is aneao. of the house In aotual work. The house bill reoord is: Introduced 878, on calendar 274, in committee! about 200; senate bills passed 79; houae bills nassed 276. The senate recora is. Introduced 612, on calendar 160. In oommlttees 100, house bills passed 168; senate bills passed 266. The Dairy commission bill passeu the house this morning and will be come a law. The bovs' industrial school will not be moved this year. The houBe ways and means oommittee deoided not to recommend the appropriation. The committee stood 6 for Dodge uty ana 4 for Abilene, but four of the live who favor Dodge City live in southwest Kansas. The senate oommittee favors a change but would not recommend it now. The majority of this oom mittee favors Abilene. A ioke was played on several sena tors last evening, among them Brewer. They went to the grand opera and as the senate was grinding away on looal measures it ordered the sergeant at arms to hunt up absentees. A group was found at the epera house and taken to the senate chamber where each had to explain. A fine of box of cigars was imposed then tney went baok to the show. SENATE RETURNED PASS BILL. House Must Act if It Wants Anti- Pas Measure. Special to the Biflector. Topeka, Mar. 6. The senate today checked the anti-pass bill up to the house again by substituting the senate bill for the house bill and returning it to the house. A conference oommit tee will probably result, The house adopted a resolution to submit to the voters an amendment to the constitution Increasing legisla tors' salary to $600 The house wants to stop business this week but the senate is in no hurry and the session may last over Sunday. The bill establishing a publio li brary organizer went through the senate today. Rev. Wiley Keve acted as chaplain of the senate this morning by invita tion of Chaplain Brown. Charles W. Snyder of Abilene has been appointed guard in the peniten tiary. The attorney general announoes that he will go after trusts and oom bines in all parts of the states under the new anti-trust law. phiMiffl:' FeV 28. Sub-Treasure Boldenweck announced Wednesdaj that DeDutv Assistant Treasure! Bants had completed his examlnatloi nf th hooka of Teller George W Fitzgerald, and had proven beyond I doubt that the 1173,000 which is miss lnf waa stolen. There ia no mistake In Fitzgerald's accounts, and the e ror cannot he accounted for through ay mistake in the bookkeeping. KAHSAS LEGISLATURE. A Reeubmleelon Reaotution Killed hi (ha Senate The Two-cant Fare Propositions go to Conferenoe. Tnnaki Fab. 18. Following a da- bate In which Senator Waggener re ferred to Gov. Hocb's visit to me sen ate when he called the attention of that body to the fact that the end ol the session waa near and none of the Important bills bad been passed as "audacious," the Waggener resubmis sion resolution providing for local op tion In cities of 10,000 or more in habitants, was laid on the table. The senate committee on railroads recommended for passage a bill pro irfin far tha annolntment by th atate board of railroad commissioners of a traffic manager, or rate expert, fixing the salary of such officer at $10,000 per year. The senate Wednesday passed the Noftilnger twoent fare bill with the additional provision that the roads must sell 600 mile books. The nous passed the two-cent flat rate bill of representative Hall of Hooks county. This will mean a conference commit tee. KANSAS LEGISLATURE. Senate Passed Two-eent Fare Bill Which Applies Only to Those , Who Buy Milage Bpoks. Topeka, Kan., Mar. l.-The senate, by a vete of 84 to 6 Thursday passed v vnor ntwrttuU for the Brewer bill The bill provides that railroads shaa sell mileage doom oi oou uiu. ... t tha nte of t cents per mile. The regular passenger fare, where a mileage dook is nui uau, mains at I cents per mile. The matalmuni rate bill providing for an if per cent eut on coal has passed the senate. The seed wheat bill wbs passed by the house Thursday. The bill pro u.. i. rarnntx of the state ag rloultural oollege are to make Inveetl- gatloa of the different varieties i hf in nkirona and determine what varieties would be the best to Import Into Kansas to Increase tne yrem ami produos a better-quaUty of grain. The senate voted to nonconcur in the houae amendment to the maxi mum freight rate bill and appointed Smith and Hayden as senate confer KANSAS LEGISLATURE. After 8tronB Debate the Senate Passed the Getty Antl-Paas Bill No 8tate Fair. Topeka, Kans., Maroh 2. After twice reversing itself the eenate Fri day by a vote of 39 to 1, passed th Getty anti-pass bill. The bill, while leBS stringent, Is In many ways simi lar to the Stone bill already passed by the house. The committee to which the bill waa referred had brought in an adverse report and the real test of strength came on Senator Getty's motion to table the report. The motion waa carried by a vote of 22 to 18. On the final passage of the bill, the only negative vote was caat by Senator Bette of Shawnee county. What la believed to be the death blow to the state fair was deal Friday afternoon when by a vote of 68 to 61 It was decided to postpone any fur ther action on the bill for a state fair until after the location of the fair has been determined upon. The senate Friday reconsidered the vote by which It passed Senator Stew art's bill for the separation of the races In the schools of Wichita. KANSAS LEGISLATURE. Anti-Pa M Bill Reported Without Re commendationDisagreement In Conference on Prlmsry Bill. Topeka, March 6. The effort to de clare an emergency and advance the eenala snU-pass bill to a third read ing so that it might be voted upon Tuesday failed to reeelv the neces sary two-thirds majority In the house Hondas-. The matusr was tben relerred to the railroad oommittee with In structions to report It back at o' okook, it was. retained without recom- Complies with all requirement, of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee No. 2041. tied at Washington. -r w a. zy a Fresh Roasted Coffee? bah! Mother didn't me fresh roasted coffee, she had Arbuckles.' The way so get a good cap of coffee mat bit EL Coffee with el the defiooos favor TTanaM salad, is to bey a package of aS -jj AA-4W ARIOSA. Coffee, sad grind k as eoa wast to sjas fe, first wafSfliDg il a stoe lo oV-tsop lb favor sad nek fee frssdsag May. Cafe lows sj ifaiWT s (V2 after being gouod or exposed to ArhucUe' was the first roasted pack aged coffee. The pores of each coffee berry are sealed ftar soaating with fresh eggs and granulated sugar to bold lb goodness is and nake the ccx Ke dear and QcUy ; aa actoal appfi- cmtao bv Bmdmxrr. of Mothers sa tiaaiiilrrl by this arm. Uwt ej7i-ii li fcajiSak-.-1-a-- i--- . ARBUOOt BROS, Nut Ya G. manflAiUui bv t, milium The senate did not meet until I nolark Mnndav afternoon. It having adjourned over from Saturday night until that tune. Tha conferees of th house and tmata formally aareed to disagree at a meeting Monday afternoon and In each body a report was made, in tne houae by W. R. Stubbs and tn the anata hv Remittor Fttauatrtck. The house would not accept the proposition of the aenate committee ana me con- frees refused to accept the house ul timatum. The recort submitted recom mends that a new conference be asked for and new committees appointed. The prospects for an agreement on a mnrimnm freight rate measure were Monday considered favorable. The bill there being two, one from the senate and another from the house, are now In the hands of a conference commit tee . Tha neniite in committee of the -hnlo killed Henator Miller's bill pro viding for the abolition of the boards of regents of the various state edu cational Institutions and appointing In ihnlr Ulead a committee of three men to have full control of all the institu tion REGENT REFLECTIONS. The countv commissioners went to Hcrington to inspeot some bridges. Mrs. J. J. Gooden was the hostess of the Married Ladles' Whist olub this afternoon. I Henrv Krause, one of the oldest settlers of south Diokinson, died Sun day, Feb. 24, of pneumonia. J. T. Woolverton has made a sale of the Hillburn farm, known as the Blake farm, for 18,500, to Mr. Conn from Iowa. Lester Schuerman, a-junior of the high school, will represent Abi lene in the tri-oounty contest at ner ington this month. J. Irvine Zook, formerly of this county, is holding a good position in the firm ol Montgomery wara a io. at Kansas City. Miss Anna Kandt and Mr. Fred Krause were married at the home of the bride's parents near Woodbine, Wednesday, Feb. 27. Mrs. Georee 8. Crary is reported seriously ill at her home in Pasadena, Cal. She is suffering from tuber- oulosis of the lungs and throat. Keel & Ellison have moved to their new rooms up stairs in the Far mers National building, vr. tjarreu will also have rooms on this floor. Miss Kate Kobb has moved to her house on Buckeye and J. H. Jenness who was occupying it has moved into Mrs. Nina Kletter s resi dence. A few very line pure bred Buff Plymouth Rock cockerels for sale. Phone or write Pacifio Express effioe, Abilene Uo W. H. Fisk. formerly conneoted with the Wavts meat market here, died at his home in Salina, aged about 60 years. He has lived in Salina for two years. Fred Gillett had his preliminary hearing in Davidson's court and was bound over to the district court on a itatutory charge. His b"nd was fixed at $1,000. A peculiar combination of snow, sleet, rain, thunder and lightning has visited this section today, iub eround is well covered with snow and thoroughly soaked. While breakine a oolt for J. IHB yesterday Will Bennett was thrown from its back and sustained several very painful cuts and bruises. None of the injuries is serious. John C. Stein writes from Kansas City: "I still enjoy reading in the Rekleutok the news items pi Irietias and of the prosperity of old Dickin son oouniy In general. Am faring lioely here." Ed CooDer who bought the old Shepherd place a year ago for $8,000 has sold it for ill.000 after taking off $2000 worth of crops and has moved to Wamego. Lands are money makers these days. George Roloion is now janitor of the Garfield building. Samuel Yeager who has bad that duty, has been 111 with pleurisy and is still confined to his bed though somewhat Improved. His many friends hope to see him out soon. Conductor L'ghtcap, who has been a passenger conductor on the U. P. tor 55 years, suffered a slight stroke of paralysis recently and Is off duty. His many friends hope be will re oover. He is one of the best railroad men in the west. For sale, hedge posts, feat long. A. Heindel, 90S North Cedar St., Abi lene. Twin babies, a boy and a girl, were bora to Mr. aid Mrs. J. H. Mar tin, of Bengal, India, recently. Urs. Martin was formerly Rhoda Zook and lived for Bfteaa years sear Talmage, this eomnty. Both pareatswwesufc IM: ' far Wffi iuu U W M MM You WANTED to see it.- il I. k. Km harauifl we'll shOW VOU the You can ie sure urn jmide. You dooThave to Judge by out.lde appearances alone, as you would if you shopped elsewhere. It is impossible to make any better than Xhe Stearns &FpgrEB ffiATTRESS (OirDMpwwlt'l,JM. LookftlR.) Ran filmv webs form the nine snow-white downy felts of which It f SS " Not , ? partfcl. of anything but new, cle.n cotton goes into anr, tCT7n.ttrc.s you buy. And we'1.1 let you try It sixty nights, fr Sien If rou are not satisfied, will promptly return your money. Could anything be fairer than wiatf ttot a luxury, but a necewlly in all households. Come in to-day-delay means regret on your part. . SHOCKEY & LANDES, SOLE AGENTS. Doll Baby Shoes Every little lady wants Shoes for her Dolly. She wants pretty ones. too. Tell Mamma that if she'll come here for her or your Shoes we'll put in a pair for Dolly without any charge. DAVIS, Brown Telephone Building, Abilene, Kansas. , National Hotel (SOUTHSIDE). J. A. FORSTER, Prop., " ABILENE, KANSAS. ' ' Careful attention given to all classes of hotel patrons. Good feed and boarding barn in connection. Good Board by Day or Week. Farmers and others desiring meals are given our very best attention. foring from malarial fever when the stork called. Chas. E. Dyer of Dickinson county has filed a voluntary petition In bank ,v. His liabilities are a little over $1,000 and his assets are less than $500. The first meeting oi creditors will be held on the 18th ot March. H. L. Humphrey is attorney for the bankrupt. Bam. narann lifted the grate to .h. Mllar window back of Merrllield's store Wednesday night and entering the cellar forced the ooor open. took a meat knife that waa on one of the counters end pried the cash drawer oDen securing about 80 pennies. leaving the store by the back door. Tha W. C. T. C. Institute for Fifth District oonvened at Manhattan Feb. 26, 27, 2 with Mrs. Bumstead, district president. Among other things enjoyed was paper treating of medical tempersnoe by Mrs. Huff of Chapman; a model local presidents report by Mrs. McDonald of Dickie son county. Jerry Black, the general passen ger agent of the Santa Fe, says there Is little doubt but that the fast mail train will be taken oS by the 8aoU Fe. He says the traio does ot pay the company. Congress adjourned without appropriating the asual $25,000 for this train. Abilene will get its morning papers by freight after a while. Mr. and Mrs. Jams Sparrow write that they are once more at k..ma in India alter a years furlough In A morioa and England. Mrs. Spar row was formerly Miss Anna Herr and lived many years in South Dick inson county. Mr. Sparrow was an oflicor In the Indian army for twelve vears, from which he retired to mm - . .i ,inA up orphanage worn among me ..rfnvn In Raniral. Their Dickinson county friends wish them health end. success in their work. Large inside property for sale at r ... mo feet front. 6 room' house, barn buggy-shed, cblokeir hnu and ooal sheds. Sewer baok of each lot. Inquire at Lucier's Tailor- Shop. 4-MWU ..Thl. side for the address only" as spplied to post cards is out of date. It became a thing of the past on the stroke of 1J last Thursday . J Is. night and hereafter wnen yoa resu. oa a post card pay no attention to it. but go ahead ana write any mg you please on the left half cf the ad dress side of the card and have no rr that too will fall Into the clutches of the law. With the be ginning ot that day an order lssned by Postmaster General Corulyou four tnnnilia UTfl WAtlt into affect, and II is now permissible to use half the fee of a poet earo lor a nowa Good farm for rent Inquire of T. A. Phillip. Acme, Kaa. Abilene, K.