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ABILENE WEEKLY BETLECTOB, ABILEKE, KANSAS, BAY 2, 1807.
A Summer Vacation inYourrotchen IKEEFiilG A SECiiE Detail! of the Hew York Bond Bob bery An Hot Divnlfed by Officers, UGCUSED MAKE STATEMENTS Don't fwelter thb summer with the tem perature at 110. Get a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Stove and have a cool kitchen. The MY PERFECTION Xfttk Bine Flame Oil Cook-Stove produce t working flame instantly. Blue flame meant highly concentrated heat, no loot, no dirt. UU la always at a maintained level, anauring a Uniform flame. Made in three sizes. Every - stove warranted. If not at your dealer's write to our - neareat agency for deicriptira circular. . . hold use. Made brass throughout and beautifully nickeled. Perfectly committed! absolutely aafe) unexcelled in light-giving power) an ornament to any room. Every lamp warranted. If not at your dealer! write to our nearest agency. STAMU) 0tt COMPACT, ' I Persistent Seoreoy dives Color to Re port that Prisoners May Turn States Bvldsncs end Re - veal Wall Street Plot . Missouri Santas and Tezai . ' commission Co. J. R. VAN VOORST, ot Dlokiom Oonnty, to Tlr, Buyer ana Member or Firm. Waajoltnlft m. thm.ru at vnnrhnminumm. H. R Doiwtt,ttttle talesman, baa been aaleamaa U years. Satisfaction guaranteed, we will be pleased to answer InqulriM by ' Boomlrt, LlrefltockKiobaaga, . Kttnaw City, Mo. Abilene Steam Lanndry Forfait Work. Reasonable Prioea Patronise homo Industry. ' Part Sanr 'Springs water used tad all work (uaranteed Agencies la all Dickinson county town. J. E. GOODWIN Proprietor. u LAND AND A HOME THAT ,PAY FOR ITSELF ws will sril and cultivate and turn on 11 . to you trrlffaud land with a crop rnmlm, we will continue to cultivate ths land tor part rf tlM crop or jrou can do that and make It yror happy home, Ia not thst sulHclsnt warranty of heavy production and a itmtitf market7 Climate of sunshine! easy cultlva- imi,j iJwjrumiiiB; r nui; a nana; pouuryi 'V " mmi. uuuv live UTAH cnLONitarinit rn do; Pioneer Press Biiuaiug, 8b Paul, Minn A TREATY OF PEACE SI6KED Capt. Doyle Report! Concloiion of ' Ifegotation at Amapala. 'JK"m:i: OATARHH i "fin IfAf A Relieves all; I r 1 Discharges fn' Thers ll aoaroelr any condition of ip.healta ""t1 ?St Bne5.td r oooaalonal use ol 'RTP-A'N'8 Tabula. For lala by Drue fata, Tha iiveeni paokat la enough la " ordinary oooaaion. Tba family boulf oaau,ouauuu(UDsurtnuv WJCXriOIL STOVE Peseta-aw. M i ii . - ., , . .,11 . UFI CONVCNIENT ICPNOniMl lfaaiwlw'doaaaaaTalt.wrllate ... TUB STANDARD OIL OOMaANY Olapath from San Salvador Says Tarme of Agresment Art Honorable ts Both Countrlae. San Salvador, RepubUo of Salvador, April 25. A treaty of peace between Salvador and Nicaragua waa signed Tuesday night at Amapala, by mlnle tera representing each country. The tenna of the treaty ere honorabla to both countries. The condition . pro posed by Salvador were aooepted, and the demands made by President Zela ya of Nicaragua tor reparation for Salvador'a part in the recent war be tween Nicaragua and Honduras, and that there be a free Interchange ot commodities carried on between Nic aragua and Salvador were rejected. Washington, April 25. The state department haa been Informed of the successful conclusion of the peace ne gotiation at Amapala. A cablegram received Wednesday from Captain Doyle of the United States orulaer Chicago, dated Tuesday, says: "Peace conference agreed to treaty at 11:00 a, m." Captain Doyle added that the peace commissioners and their staff would embark Tuesday evening. It la under stood from that that J. O. Oamea, who represented Nicaragua, will be taken on tb Boston to Corlnto and that the Boston will proceed W Acapulco, Mex ico, . on her way northward. Senor Garcia, the representative of Salvador, in the conference, waa to go aboard the Chicago and be taken to Acajutla, Salvador, and then the Chicago was to follow the Boston northward. The details ot the agreement are lacking. New York, April 17. The district attorneys office Friday night had auo- ceeded In delaying for another day publicity . concerning the detail of the conspiracy through which the Trust company of America waa robbed of bond the aggregate value of which I known only to the person di rectly Interested. The authorltitaj denied that third person, yet to be named publicly, was Involved and that another arrest was imminent Oaklelgh Thome, president of the Trust company, said that bia bank would not lose more than the IKO.eofi required to relmbnree bro kers who had innocently accented the stolen bonds as security. No bonds were now missing, be said. District Attorney Jerome declared Friday night he would say nothing for publication and warned his assist- to make no statements to the newpapers, Attorneys for W. O. Douglass, the loan clerk and O. M. Dennett, the brok er In custody, the former charged with the larceny of 150,000 worth of bonds and the latter with receiving atoien goods refused to discuss the matter. This persistent secrecy haa given color to the report that the prisoners may turn states evidence and rexral a Wall street plot of large proportions. Both Dennett and Douglass dictated statements at the district attorney's office Friday. When they were con cluded the prosecution refused to either make public the statements or give a hint of their import Dennett and Douglass were taken from the Tombs to the district attorney's office Sat urday forenoon and after a conference with representatives of the prosecutor Dennett waa placed In one office and Douglass fn another. Dennett dictated to a stenographer for four hours. Douglass' statement waa taken by an other stenographer in an hour Ume. LIQUOR SALESMEN NEXT Attorney General Only Waiting to Secure Evidence- of Supreme Court I Upholds Law Ixeludlng Them from Bute proMoutione to Follow. Topek, April 27. Fred B. Jackson, ansae attorney general, has an nounced that as soon as he could net cure any . evidence that would wan rant a prosecution he would Instruct county attorney to begin prosecu tlon ot m traveling salesman for sailing liquor In Kansas.- This evidence probably will be had soon. Mr. Jack- eon will base this case on the recent decision of the United flutes supreme court in the Delamater vs. South Carolina case In which the Kansas supreme court waa overruled rn a former decision.'' The case will be brought In the ordinary course of criminal case through a justice of the peace. It la expected that the defendant will appeal and carry the ease eventually to the supreme court As soon as the case reaches the high er court an effort will be made to ad vance it to an early hearing and de cision. The Kansas statutes now provide that any one soliciting orders for liquors may be fined from il to 1500 or aent to Jail for from one to six months. This statute waa held Invalid by the supreme court once on the ground that Its enforcement would be burden on Interstate commerce.. The United States supreme court, however, upheld the law In the South Carolina case. Mr. Jackson haa Just received a copy of the opinion in the case and It haa been thoroughly discussed in his office. He la now looking for mm -- jar a K' jm.RnA Last Longer 4 fTW Aw Aw aa KfA Clothcrsft Clothes el these V If taints because they are made fjk If frees all weol material -shnuiK am atfT -S. -a' a, by the special Clothcrsft process Fm 1 IT I and fathloned by the aseet TheyWearBetterK attllod of hitfh priced labor. The Clothcraft tailors men ' employed because they are ex perts at their trade cat, shape, fkshlon and pat together thl cloth Into the good suits yon ought to wear suits that will nt and please yon at the start and .give yon good, loarj, satisfactory aarrice. The care exercised in the malUnj ns well as la ths se lection of all-wool material make the goodnei possible and lasting. The Clothcraft label ia on every garment look for It Ton can have the handsome Clothcraft Spring Style Booh" you'll ask for it. 4 & Cash Premium Store. . No Shoddy Goods. Getting the Ruef Jury. San Franclsc, April 27. More pro gress was made. Friday In the getting of a Jury to try Abraham Ruef on the charge of extortion than On 'any' pre vious day that seemingly endlesa task was undertaken. When the . usual over-Sunday adjournment was ordered the number of Jurors In the box bad been Increased from five to nine, tentative gain of four tor the day. Five of these nine however, may be dismissed by the excise of peremjf cory cnanenge, two or wnicn remain with the prosecution and five with the defense. The other four Jurors have been finally passed and sworn. ts thought likely that still another venire will have to be Issued by Judge Dunne before the Jury can be com pleted. Call at our store, please, for a free evidence on which to base a case and sample of Dr. Shoop'i "Health give tne Kansas supreme court a Coffee." If real coffee disturbs your cnance to reverse a lormer decision, stomach, vour Heart or Kidneys, Judge T. F. Oarver, Judge S. H. then try this Clever Coffee imitation. Allen, and George H. Whltoomb, re-1 while Dr. Shoop has very closely eelvers for the property of the brew-1 matched Old Java and Mocha Coffee lng companies, went to Atchison on in flavor and taste, yet he has not an eariy train rnaay wun tne purpose, even a single grain oi real uonee in it 1 stated, of taking Into custody it Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imlta- any or tne orrenaing orewers- prop- tlon Is made from pare toasted grains erty located In that city. Attorney or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc Ton General Jackson said that It was the will surely like Health Coffee. Sold understanding mat tne receivers woniu c-y Belknap at uoemer. nave tne menaiy ana active co operation of the Atchison mayor and city attorney. MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. Heuee Passed the Bill Giving Cttlee Power to Regulate Rates Charged by Public Utilities. Cotton Manufacturers In Session, Boston, April 26. The 82d annua) meeting ot the National association of Cotton Manufacturers openad In Huntingdon Hall, Massachusetts In stitute of Technology Wednesday tor a two day oon van tlon. Why on Buslow Wss Discredited. Rome, April 25. According to reli able Information received here the at titude of Germany toward the Italian oompromlsa proposition In the matter of discussing at The Hague peace con- ferene the question of the limitation of armaments, la due to the internal politics of the empire, prince Von Bus- low, the German Imperial chancellor, waa sincere In agreeing; with Sitnor Tittonl, the Italian foreign minister, at Rapallo, concerning the substance ot that proposal But according to re ports reeired In Rome Herr von Tscklr- A SIMPLE QUESTION. Abilene People Are Requested to Hon estly Answer This. piasyattsloiairfsySsetsjf mat saawes Bttta pill DaWHrs Utile Barry Risers. Tala is ee k Sae (set Hut ssey sasse the Svar sa sssadsfpsrtlncsw Taey aevst iue or sicks, art vraa tka nest dauoale Isdy, sad yet Bury are ee osrtaJa la rseela that as ens whe ansa BSaaa Is OTasppotated. They cure torpid Iver, eeaeupaasa, tensesnaaa, Jetsafle. sssdinhi, ssaJssis sad ward eel aeeey sve.Bewrrr a ecu, cstjoaoo ksai tsrfei iss lass, tl iv-'l ty Town send, tie Drug rt. Car. 3rd; A Broadway. Is not the word of a representative cltlsan of Abilene mora oonvlnclns than the doubt ful attaraooaa of people llvtng everywhere ! lotbaCrik.il? Bead this: r, J. Nennai-r ot tba Naamer Medicine Co. and living al I B, North 4th St., Abilene, Kaa., aaysi "In Hay, ! I commenced to have trouble with my back aad kldaava. Hr sky, German aecretary for foreign at- angaria waa not of aa acute nature, eat fairs, who la rather influenced by the w" ""t"- P" la tne antl.lt.il.n ... .k- ' o my back that made me feel miser- .h b. .k. i r "' . - - ,cJm-w- w aiTonrormaiostraitbisearteratooeliif and ""a uw pieuea tne uerman par- in spite or all, I oonld Dot keep from irons ty that opposed Prince Von Buelow. I tnt wnea I M. Tkeiewera aaoralesaleoaJd aaroiy n say waaoa raady to start ea a Hadley Amende Information. T 1 M !re.u?M "" Jaran. OI.. u a.rf, aa I iiwqaaai mai t waa fraatiy awtarbed ox torney Oeneral Hadley Wednesday tve lo eUjbt Uaaas. and especially whea away filed la the supreme court an amend- mas bona, this aanoyaace waa oaly tba ed Informatloa in the ouster suit greater plaews to sae. I triad a loeal leatady niea recenuy aaainst the Mia. tpaaparws aarc) aavartiaaa to care sack soiui Paclfle and Wabash rallroada. l1, eat did aot dome a particle of alleging stock waa held by the Ooulda f"T- r.""1 Do" ' and eold tn th. Ul. om. niisaeetae raponasaaM la raver of Sham lng It control of the Wabash rail road. - The ouatar suit waa filed oa the allegations that the Missouri Pacific aad Wabash are parallel and competing lines and are uder one ownership and control Attornera for the defendant companies win. It si believed, agree with the attorney general to submit the eaae oa aa agreed tu tensest of facta. weraseooavtaeiaa, thealwaa ladeoaetoso tea ares stave ea gat a boa. 1 a directed aad they helped aa tram the vary start, ll rvqnlrad leas tkaa one box to abselataly ears ea How I eaa bead, twist or sate la anyway wltheat tka allfktast k- onavselaMae. I reel aa almble aa a klttaa aad b.va ae troable of aay kind with tee kMaaye. Toe saay eaoaad anna sas te osnssaad Doae-s Kldaay PUkt" For sale by all dealer, cents. Price SO Cemailselener of Patents Resigns, Washington, April. 17.-The nslna, tlon of Commissioner of Parents Fred, crick L Allan has been tendered to President RoceeraJt sffectlv Jsia, J. FesteM.iIburaCo.euffa!o,N Y. Bole Agenta tor the United States. Bwkei tste asms rwaa's sal teke ae Jefferson City, April 27. By a unan imous vote and without debate the sen ate passed the Cooper enabling act Friday morning as amended and en grossed Thursday afternoon. The bill gives the- cities complete power to fix and regulate the .rates charged by publio utilities and pro vide a court procedure for the speedy determination of all suits growing out of such regulations. There were 29 of the 84 senator present when the bill was ceiled up by Senator Cooper, who asked unanimous consent for Its consideration. Representative Catlln ot St Louis city introduced a bill in the house Friday morning prohibiting police off! eers, policemen and any one connect ed with the police departnnmt in cities of 100,000 Inhabitants and over from contributing to political funds or any fund Intended to effect legis lation for or on behalf of the police of such cities. The house adopted a Joint resolu tion Friday morning by Spenoe of Stoddard providing for the appoint ment of a special committee ot three members and two senators to make a' thorough Investigation of the ex penditures on the new supreme court building and to report the findings to the legislature. Dennis Kearney Dead. San Francisco, April 26. Dennis Kearney, who in the late eeventlea headed the Sand Lot agitation against the Chinese In this state, died Wednesday night at hla home In Ala meda. 'He at one time, had a large following In this city, the political af fairs of which be dominated for period. Ot late years he had not taken any active part In politics. Oklahoma's Crop Looses. Guthrie, Ok., April 2d. The present condition ot the wheat crop In Ok lahoma according to an official bul letin Issued Wednesday by C. A. Mo Nabb, aecretary of the Oklahoma board of agriculture, la W.t per cent snd that of oata crop at 10 per cent This bsd showing Is the result largely of the ravages of the green bugs throughout the entire territory. 'Negroes Ordered Away, Big Springs, Texaa, April 27. While assisting In the arrest of eever.il negroes. Deputy Marshall Jsmes Barke waa killed. Following the kilt ing of Burke, the citizens assembled iaaa meeting and notified all negroes who are wltnoot piopei ty in this town to leave at one. Negrue owning property here were ordeiod to se ot It wlthla It day aad alao leave, - Plan Guatemala Revet title. Mexico City, April, 27. Believing that a another revolatloo ia Imminent in Guatemala and that the revolution will be samesfel, the Goatesaale ea Uee la Mexico and Central America eitwrt to orraatre In title city a oTOTtttoaal xovarBannt for Gp!rK!. Everyone knows that Spring Is the season of the year when the system needs oleansing. Dade's Little Liver Pills are highly recommended. Try them. Sold by C. F. Townsend. For a cold or cough take Kennedy's Laxative uougn Syrup. It is BETTER than any other , cough remedy -because its laxative principle assures a healthy, copious action of the bowels and at the same time it heals irritation of ' the throat. strengthens the bronchial tubes and allays inflammation of the mucous membrane. Contains Honey and Tar, ploasant to take. Children like it Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold by Town- send, the druggist. DeWltt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve does not merely heal on the surface; it penetrates the pores and promptly relieves pain, caused oy boils, burns, scalds, outs and skin diseases. It is especially good for piles. Beware of imitations. Sold by Townsend, druggist. Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum seta yon crszy. Can't bear the touch of your clothing. Doan's Ointment cures the most obstinate oases. Why snner. All druggists sen it. Don't use harsh physics. The re action weakens the bowels, leads to ohronic constipation. Get Doan's Regulets. .They operate easily, tone me stomach, cure constipation. 'My child was burned, terribly about the face, neck and chest. I applied Dr. Thomas' Eleotrio Oil. The pain ceased and the child sank Into a restful sleep." Mrs. Nanoy M. Hanson, Hamburg, N. Y. Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magto Ointment Please note it ia made alone for Piles snd its notion is positive and certain. itching, painful, protruding or blind pile disappear tike magio by its use. Large niokle-oapped glass jar 60 cents. Sold by Townsend, the druggist ' I Dickinson County Herd Duroc Jersey Swine. TEDDY E 48667 s heads my herd. Richly bred fllta bred to tbla undefeated aire. Breeding atock for Bale. Farm one-halt mile east of eoart honse Abilene, Kanaaa. ti, V. D. No. 6. n am J. P. SHEPHERD, Prop A BEAUTIFUL FACE Send tamp for Particular .ud Testimonial! af (at) nmedy that dear tba Complexion, B movta Skits Impttrfoetlons, Makes Now Dlood ud LaprovM to Ittalfh. Ilyootskt - BEAUTYSKIN ktopflciil results are gnsrlcteed araMney rafaadel, CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO., Madlsoo Place, Philadelphia. Pa. CATARRH JJ zk JUKI Ely's Cream Balm Thla Remedy Is a 8peolflo, Sura to Olvo Satlafaotlon, oivss riliip at ones. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Siee, SO cents at Druggists or by mail Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. , ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren SI., New York PUHIFIES .THE BLOOD There la no other part of our physical system upon which so much depends a upon the blood. The muaclea, nerves, bones, ainews, akin, and other portiona of the body are sustained, developed and enabled to perform their different duties, because they are supplied with nourishment and healthful properties through the circulation. In various ways ths blood become contaminated and polluted. A altujglali, inactive condition of the system, and torpid state of the even nee of bodily waste, will leave the refuse and waste matter ot the body to sour and form nric and other adda, which, are absorbed into the blood and Rheumatism, or some itching, disfiguring skin disease is the result Muddy, sallow complexion, eruptions, splotches, pimples, etc, all show that some homor has taken root in the circulation and rendered ft soar and unfit for nourishing the body. There is acarcely any disease which cannot be traced to the blood. Often the disease-tainted blood of parents ia handed down to children and their live are a continual battle aninst disease in aoeae form, usually of a scrofulous narnre. Btim- matiam. Catarrh. Skis DianaM &vm mmA lima etc, are all deep-seated blood troubles, and until this vital fluid ia purified thrj caniM be cwrcd. For all blood diseases S. S. S. is the best put apon the market Thia great medicine ia made of roota, herbs and barks of recojrfiiKd blood -pimfTirif and bailding-op properties. It goes down into the circular! cm snd lemmas all poisons, imparities snd hnmm. amnnlia the blood with the healthful properties it need sod completely cures blood dseaees of every kind. 8. 8. 8. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcere, Coetirwi Blood Poison, etc, because it pwrifics ths blood. Book rm the Md and r-'--! dvv f-