ABILENE WEEKLY BEFLECTOB, ABILENE, KANSAS, MARCH 28. 1907
Laying Up Poney
is the certain road to'success. It's so easy, too, for any
one determined to have something put by for emergency
or for future investment A dollar a month seems trivial,
perhaps, but it's the beginning of things of large import-
' '' - - - . mi f' t
ance. Write or can lor our literature, we win oe giaa
to tell you our plan.
WE CAN HELP YOU BUT A HOME.
ABE US ABOUT THTS, ALSO.
The Dickinson County Building and Loan Ass'n,
H. E. ELLISON, Secretary. J. E. KEEL, Treasurer. ,
Offloe Flrat Door North of Backet Store.
GIRL GOT THE STABLE.
J. A. TUFTS,
Calls attended to day or night.
Day phone, 819; night pbone, Mi.
' ABILENE. KANSAS
Intereatinff Cue Ii Appealed to
An Interesting sequel to the Sohles-
ener-Blndt seduction case which was
appealed to the supreme oonrt from
OloklusoD county a few days ago,
oame to light today when an appeal
was Hied in the ease of Johnanna
Hindt against John B. Fsvor, sheriff
of Dickinson county, Bertha Schlese
ner and her father, William Schles-
In the. lower court, Bertha' Sohles-
ener recovered a judgment for dam'
ages agolnst Robert Bindt, on the
ground that he had seduced her under
promise of marriage. As soon as the
girl secured the judgment, she levied
on a livery stable In the town of
Woodbine, Dickinson eounty, wbioh
stable and its contents were supposed
to be the property of Robert Kindt.
Johanna Bindt, the mother of
Robert Rindt, then stepped into the
case, and claimed that the sta'ile did
not really belong to her son; that the
money to purchase the stable bad
been furnished by her, and that be
had by misrepresentation had the
title to the property put In his name.
She asked the lower oourt to grant an
injunction against the sheriff to stop
rurrmixcxTixTtx-iivirAt the property, and also an
Miss Sleeth conducted the chapel order sftain9t her on to """"P61 tm
ti& iCufe rfufc. xtistt tSuJi !ut('
Jiiglv School I
exercises this week.
to make the property over to her.
Judge 0. L. Moore heard the argu-
EFFECT OF THE FOOD LAW.
Driving Many Worthless Catarrh
Medicines Out of Existence,
The Pure Food and Drue Law,
whioh went into effect the first of Jan
uary, has already shown the good that
will follow its enforcement.
Mauv worthless remedies, that
have been advertised for the cure of
catarrh, a disease that Is universally
prevalent, have been driven out of
existence by the Pure Food Law.
The effect of this is to increase the
eale of medicines that are valuable
And that fulfill the provis ons of the
law. Hyomei, for example, is meet
ing with a larger sale than ever be
fore, and J. M. Gleissner is still sell
ing it under a guarantee that It will
cure catarrh or the money will be re
funded. Hyomei is a scientific treat.
nient that is recommended by the
best physicians. It cuios catarrh
without stomach dosing, through in
baling medications that go right to
the affected spo's.
By breathing Hyomei three or four
times daily through the neat pocket
inhaler that comes with every outfit,
its medicated, healing air penetrates
to the most remote parts of the nose,
throat and lungs, searches out and
kills all catarrhal germs, and soothes
and heals, any Irritation in the mu
The complete Hyomei outfit costs
1.00 extra bottles if needed, fiOo, and
is sold by J. M. Gleissner under the
guarantee that it will cure or cost
Arthur Stacey entered school Mon . ' ., , . .. . ,
J, . , i , ments for the Injunction in the lower
H n TV an sa m am Vinie nl iha llMOhmBfl I
J ('nurfc. and nftftr hflarinff. ordered that
lL . ii if
t me lemporary iiijuuuiiuh uouibbuitou,
ihe sophomores were out for a half It )ook8 a8 though Bertha Schles-
hollday on Friday. ener wa6 iikeT eMeet on her judg-
The Herington contest on orations ment against Robert Rindt provided
has been postponed until April 12. the supreme court sustains the deci-
Of course A. H. S. expects to win first 1 8ion of the lower oourt in the two
prize or else something is wrong. J oases pending. The attorneys for
ff you meet a Senior on the streets Mrs. Johanna Rindt are Hurd & Hurd,
of Abilene, don't inquire what makes S. S. Smith and C. A. Crawley. For
them look so sober. Because they the sheriff the attorney is C. S. Craw-
will have troubles of their own until ford,
school is out.
lbe Annual committee has com
rneneed in d ad earnest on the annual
They intend to put out a fine one this
PROMPTNESS THAT COUNTS.
Union Central Shows How Life In-
' surance Should Be Paid.
The following letter explains itself.
The Union Central baa an enviable
reputation for prompt payment. C.
C. Wyandt of Abilene Ii the com'
pany's general agent:
Sauka, Kas., March 14, 1907.
Mr. Gns Applebaugh,
Agent of Union Central Life Ina.
Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge re
ceipt of draft (2038.72 from your oom
pany In full settlement of my polloy
No. 42934 whioh was issued March IS.
1887. This polloy was issued on the
Ten Payment Life Rate Endowment
form, and has proved a valuable in
vestment as well as furnishing sound
protection for the twenty years which
has run. My profit amounts to
$725.32 over the amount paid in, be
sides free Insurance for twenty years.
I am well satisfied that if I had been
insured in any other oompaoy this
policy would have been payable only
after death. I, therefore, take great
pleasure In recommending your oom
pany and its polioy to the insuring
publlo as I believe there is . no better
oompany doing business In the United
States, and from an investment point
of view I believe it leads them all.
James V. Kerb.
Germs of Disease should be
promptly expelled from the blood.
This is time when the system is
especial) v succeptible to them. Get
riu of all impurities in the blood by
The Senior class has taken up the taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, and thus
workt, of Tannvsnn. Ther are now I ... J J "
------ --' . i . .. nines),
working on "Idylls of the King."
The Sophomores are working on I R. J. Finley Is Dead.
Addison's, "Sir Roger DeCoverly B. J. Fiuley, wh for several years
Papers." in the early days ran a grocery store
The A. H. S. base ball team played here, died at Macon, My., last week.
their first game for the ooming season He has resided there sinoe his depar-
with Carlton on Friday whioh they ture from Abilene.
easily won by a ssDre of 9 to 3. The
boys are playing in their new suits State of Ohio, Citv of Toledo, )
which were purchased with the monev Lucas l-ocntv. )
that was liberally subscribed for by . rranK J. uneney manes oatn inai
,. ... ... .. m. . . ,, he is senior partner of the firm ol r
the citizens of the city. The base ball , .v ., ha.,Bm. ,
and the athletic teams thank the citl- ,h nit, f TnleHn. finnntv and State
zens for their patronage toward the aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
gaining of these suits which they now
Rev. Mr. Keve gave an Interesting
talk to the school Wednesday morn-
ABILENE WAS VICTOR.
High School Won Its First Game of
The Abilene high school won the land mucous surfaces of the system,
its first ball game of the season Fit
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Mall's unarm uuro
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De-
oember, A. U. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood
Death at Longford.
C. E. Powers, 'aged 9, died at bis
home east of Longford Wednesday.
He left a wife and 4 children. The
funeral was held Friday afternoon at
the May Hold church at 2 p. m. and
was largely attended by friends and
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roehrman of
Hope, on Sunday, March 10, ocourred
the marriage of their youngest daugh-
ter, Zena, to Frank B. Fry, son of
County Commissioner B. D. Fry, also
of Hope. The happy couple were ac
companied by Edward Fry as best
man and Leona Anderson as brides
maid. The oeremony was performed
by Bev. Wedel of the German Baptist
church of which Mr. and Mrs. Roehr
man are members. Immediately
after the service a wedding feast was
served and greatly enioved. None
but relatives were present, soveral of
Mr. Fry's brothers and sisters coming
up from Oklahoma to be present,
They will reside on the Hostetter
Do Not Crowd the Season.
The first warm day of spring bring
who tnem a desire io get out ana en
joy the exhlllretl.'g air and sunshine.
Children that have been boused up
all winter are brou.bt out ana you
wonder where they oame from. The
heavy winter olothlng is thrown
aside and many shed their flannels.
Then a oold wave oomes and people
say that grip is epidemic Colds at
this season are even more dangerous
than in mid-winter, as there la muon
more danger of pneumonia. Take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, how
ever, and yon will have nothing to
fear. It always eures and we have
never known a oold to result in
pneumonia when it was need. It is
pleasant and safe to take. Children
like it. For sale by all druggists.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Successfully used by Mother Gray,
nurse in the Children's Home in New
York, Cure Feverlshnoss, Bad Stom
ach, Teething Disorders, move and
regulate the Bowels and , Destroy
Worms. Over 80,000 testimonials.
They never fail. At all Druggists,
2o. Sample FREE. Address Allen
S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved.
B. F. Crocker, Esq., now 84 years
of age, and for twenty years Justice
oi tne reaoe at lowa, says: "i am
terribly afflioted with soiatlo rheuma
tism in my left arm and right hip. I
have used three bottles of Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm and It did me lots of
good." For sale by all druggists.
Coughs and colds contracted at this
season of the year should nave imme
diate attention. Bees Laxative Cough
Syrup, contains Honey and Tar and le
unequalled for hoarseness, croup ana
coughs. Pleasant to take; mothers
endorse it; children like to take It.
Contains no opiates. Moves the
bowels. Sold by C. F. Townsend.
Canned Goods are not only
pure, but are the best
value for the money, each
Item being carefully se.
leoted, nothing but strlot
ly fancy vegetables and
fruits being used for both
brands. The fruits packed
under the Monogram
Brand are preserved while
those under the Royal
"W" brand are packed In
syrup. Every can guar
anteed to be pure.
If vou haven't the time to exeroise
regularly. Doan's Kegulets prevent
oonstlpallon. They induce a mild, Rill WAV TIMF TADI CO
easy aotlon of the bowels without " ll""n ,,,yM- InDLLOs
griping. Ask your druggist for them
Union Pacif io
day by a score of 9 to 8 over Carlton.
The players were for the high
school: Sommers C, Eddy P, 0.
Snider S. 8., Young 3rd base, E.
Eisenhower C. F., Jolley B. F., Good-
It's Your Loss
If You Don't
fl llggy Products
I" Here are a few ex-
, tracts from letters on
: "Lee Goods are the
most delicious we
have erer used."
"We hare found
foods marked LEE
always pure and
"Lee Brand grocer
ies 0 farthest be-.
: cause most perfectly
II". "There is no ruess-
i tag when Lee Brands
are used they open
right every time."
- "There is no waste
i in Lee Goods they
are most economical
I to use." ,
COUPON ARC VALUABLC
n4 aw ow tn mvmm t
8x Coupon fat C' (.
Send for testimonials free,
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0,
Sold bv all Druggists. 76o.
Take Hall's Family Pills for const!
Itching piles provoke profanity, but
i s f n.... o.j u mi ... profanity won t cure them, uoan s
... D-uJ, ,J Ointment cures Itching, bleeding or
uo, mi vuiKiu, Dirouuiu a. a., j. nrotrnri no- n ei after veara of euffer-
i. n r, v, , , . . . i --or. -i
Diaugnter n. r., uuie oiaugnier 1st ling. At any drug store.
base. Sterling C., Miller P 8exton L.
F., Hutchinson 2nd base, Tobert C. John P. Crawford Dead.
F., Husted 3rd base. I This community was greatly
Carlton changed the positions of shocked last Friday morning to learn
several of its players in the 8th inn- that John P. Crawford had that morn
ing. Eddy in the 3rd and Jolley In ing been found dead in his bed, at the
5th did goed batting, each bringing! home of Ed Mitchell where he was
in two scores when there were two
outs and ech got to second base.
The high school boys looked well
and played well in their new suits.
Score by innings:
Cuitoa Met 1s.s-t
Hlf a School t i 0 S 1 1 1 -
itopping. He had retired in his ap
parent nsual health. Hope Diipatch
Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the little
town of Ava, Mo, is Mrs. 8. Buppee.
She writes: "One year ago my son
was down with such serious lung
irouoie mat our pnysician was un
able to help him; when, by our drng-
ri-i an vice i oegan giving mm ur,
Aing's new Discovery, and I soon
noticed improvement. I kept (his
treatment np for a few weeks when he
waapenectiy well. He bae worked
steadily alnee at carpenter work. Dr.
King's New Discovery saved his life."
Guaranteed beet eongh and oold cure
by J. M. Gleissner, drnggUi. 0c
and 11.00. Trial bottle free.
Improper action of the kidneys
aausee backache, lumbago, rheuma
tism. "Ptnenles" is a kidney remedy
that will relieve these diseases. Pleas
ant to taka and raaranteed to rive
satitfaction or money refunded.
rief la every doae.' Sold bv C
The old cold goet; new one
quickly comet. It's the story
of a weik throat, vetk lungs,
tendency to consumption.
Ayer'i . Cherry Pectoral
breaks up the taking-cold habit.
It strengthens, soothes, betl.
Ask your doctor about ir.
The bast ktaa C a tMUsMmial -
'aid tor vm elztr ran.'
ml W pM
The funeral services of Mrs. Anna
Crary, wife of Geo. S. Crary, former
ly of Abilene, Kas., were held Sunday
March 10 at 2:80 o'clock, from Ives &
Warren Company's funeral chapel
Bev. Post of L s Angeles officiated,
assisted by Mr. Allen, an earnest
mission worker of Pasadena. Musi
cal selections were beautifully and
touohingly rendered by a quartette
composed of Mr. Waldock, Mr. Allen
Mrs. Waterman and Mlas Hart. Also
a solo, "Sometime we'll understand,
waa sang by "Mother" Wheaton, the
noted prison evangelist. Mr. Allen
sung one of Mrs. Crary's favorite
To remove a cough you must get at
the cold which causes the cough.
There is nothing so good for this as
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup.
The liquid cold relief that is most
quickly effeotive, that stills and
No. 101, Limited i
No. 108, Paoino Oo . ::, I-'SS'S'
Nu. 10U. J 11 Ulit. '
No. IBS. Tlm lrUl..iT, V '
No. nil. Wat vmiSht
auiets theoough and drives out the '""'"""PHunuay.'
Sold by Townsend, the drug-
BJpreM ij.io n. i
nu. lui. naiin and it n . -
no. no, j oVa Kiii, s5xpr7...T T.'"'sio f m
Ji?' VLLm ri-i't.. ..:: ::;:::::!; 5
Found at Last.
.f A Hi.mnn nt l.lwininM Waat
Vs., says: "At last I have found &vS&tS::S:::':imi
poiluui. pin luai iiotc uioappuiiiu
me; and for the benefit of others
afflicted with torpitd liver and chronlo
constipation, will say; take Dr. King's
New Life Pills." Guaranteed satis
factory. 25 cents at J. M. Gleissner's
-.,, Just on p it each nnt.
songa In the Swedish language, ac
companied by the auto-harp and
preached also In Swedish in respect
to many friends of that nationality
who were present Bev. Post read
several passages of scripture and
spoke earnestly. Many spoke
spiritual power of the services,
large audience of sympathetic friends
filled the chapel to pay their last
tribute of love and1 respect to their
departed sister and her sorrowing
husband and many and beautiful
were the floral offerings with which
the casket was covered and sur
rounded. There were present from
Long Beach, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fulton,
formerly of Talmage, Kas., former
friends of Mr. Crary, also Mr. and
Mrs. Shirk of Pasadena, formerly of
Abilene, aat with Mr. Crary, besides
other friends. Mrs. Shirk was for-
I merly Mlas Linle Eyster.
Many of the friends accompanied
the remains to their final resting
place ia beautiful Mountain View
cemetery, where in the quiet restful
place ander the drooping boughs of
aa evergreen pepper- tree and amid
the fragrant flowers and warm sun
shine of this southland, the soft gray
easket containing the loved form was
tenderlp lowered into the grave as
friends agala sweetly sang "Nearer
My God to Thee," after which Bev.
Poet offered a simple prayer and pro
nounced the benediction. Mr. Crary
U Is at present stopping with friends,
Mr. sad Mrs. W. Davy, at No. 145
Mary street, and will spend a short
time with friends ia Let Angeles and
Long Beach, aad later probably take
p eis work ae aa evangelist agaia.
fLoe Angeles Prats j
For catarrh, let me send you free
i'ust to prove merit, a trial size box of
Ir. S hoop's Catarrh Bemedy. It Is
a snow white, creamy, healing anti
septio balm that gives Instant relief
to catarrh of the nose and throat
Make the free test and see. Address
Dr. Shoop, Baclne, Wis. Large jars
50 cents. Sold by Townsend, the
In Pinch, Use Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder for tired, aching, swollen
feet, we have over nu.uw testi
monials. All druggists, 25o. Don'
accept any substitute. Trial package
i-ntii, oy man Aaoress Alien a,
Olmsted, Le Boy, N. Y.
Everyone knows that Spring is the
season of the year when the system
needs oleansing Dade's Little Liver
Pills are highly recommended. Try
tnem. ooia oy u. r. xownsena.
Worked Like a Charm-
Mr. D. M Walker, editor of that
spicy journal, the Enterprise, Louisa,
Va., says: "l ran a nan in my foot
last wee if ana at once appnea duck-
len's Arnica Salve. No inflammation
followed; the salve simply healed the
wound." Heals every sure, burn and
skin disease. Guaranteed at J. M.
Gleissner, druggist. 25o.
.. i nai
No.saj, Mixed?, "I"""
No. Ml. Passenger. n-.n m
Ocmneotloiis at Kurlnston far anil rmm n
all niluU east. Kanmu citv. nhi.u u.
Dally eioept Sunday.
It Is a pretty dangerous thing to
allow your system to get overcrowded
with undigested food poisons, bile
bowel poisons. Get rid of them by
taking Dr. Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup
repsin, ana yon win, ngni away,
feel such a wonderful chanire for the
Better, that you win never let your
self get Into that condition again.
Safe and pleaaant relief and care, for
headache, constipation, biliousness.
etc Try it. Sold by all druggists
at 60o and $1.00. Money back if it
Spring Winds chap, tan and cause
freckles to appear. Pineaalve
NOBTH BOUKD. '
2- 22C,i""e.,",Br :00 a.m.
Mo. aw Mixed io;ja p. ja.
No. Sis Passenger 11 -Ma m-
No. JIT-MIxmI .
no. tii-Miud ;;;;;;;
No. MS-MI led '
No. 126 Mixed ,.
AU trains dal I jr except Sunday.
.. ,l:)a. a
.U:p. ..AM p.m.
..1:10 a. sa,
Ar. AND A. M.-Benevolent Lodge No.
. SS. meet! flrat and third Mnnri.. n.
ntng In each month at Maaonio hall, corner
Third and Cedar. O. O. Wtandl. W. M..I.
L. Worley. secretary: ylslUna- brethien
TTOUAH RKLlEf CORPS-No. M
president; Mrs. OUve t
tneete alternate Wedneadav aftaa..
nooru at l:u o'clock In K of P. hall, Mrs.
ma, iuii r. nira,
DOTAL ARCH M ASON9 Oyrne Chapter
L No. , meeuln Muonlehallonthesea
ind and fourth Vrldava of aah mnnth m
W. Morse, H. p.; Joseph I. Kaal, BMretar1.
TBI PL! Tia BENEVOLENT A8SO0IA,
TION Abilene Council No. el. imi am
second and fourth Tbureday evenings of
each month. Vlsliore welcome. Mrs. O. B.
brewer, president; John O- Mover seareUry, .
boll ted applied at nlirht will relieve
that burning sensation
remedy. Acta like a poultice and
raws out Inflammation, gold by
C. t. Townsend.
WKAK (TOMACH is strengtb.
coed and toned by Hood's Bar.
aparilU, the medicine that tares
ctyspepna and POOR APPETITE
In the treatment of pllea It becomes
necessary to have tbe remedy put np
In such a form that it can be applied
to the part affected. Maa Zen Pile
remedy la encased in a eollapaible
tube with aoiile attached. It cannot
help bnt reach the spot. Believes
blind, bleeding, itching and protrud
ing pile. AO rents with aoijl puar
aateed. "Irj II Sold by C F. Town-send..
City of Mexico one way colonial
rate, March 1 to April 10, $24.
Colonist rate to California March
1st to April to, (26.
Colonist rate to Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle, $24; to Spokane, $23,40; Salt
Lake, Ogden, $20. On sal March 1st
to April SO.
Winter tourist tickets to West and
Southwest, also Old Mexico. Cheap
rates, long limits, atop overs.
Hosaeeeekers' excursion, all point
West and Southwest, on far pins $2
round trip. Call oa or address
r. & sall,
Agest A. T. A 3. F. B. B.
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