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NEW TELEPHONE RULES. Brown Comp.nr Failed to Put Theata Book. The Brown telephone company hai luned new phone book. was badly needed m the system hd out . grown the old one. The telephone association bu formulated eome new rnlee whleh ihonld have gone In the book hot were evidently forgotten. They ere: No subscriber, when the line U In use, shell listen to the passing oon versatlon with more t-ban one ear at time. , ..'..II. No inbtorlber found guilty of talk ing to married women over this line hall be allowed to vote at any regular or special meeting or to hold any position of honor or truet In this com- P,n7- . to Ho person enaii uw j..u.... talk over thte line tor the spaoe f three days next after having eaten onions, garlio or cabbage. All righti to the line ehall be eurrendered lo the woman who wante to tell her lady frlende how to cut her new dress, how to make euoomber pickles, what to name the baby or when to transplant ntnilfll. Business messages shall be restrlot rt to three minutes' duration but to tne oi8- three minutes' shall always give way oussion of gossip and no woman pa tron shall talk more than one hour at stretch unless she to desires. If the line Is endangered from loe forming on the wire, don't try to re move It by clubbing the wire but get a ooupleof gossips to discussing nelgh whnod affaire over the line and the Ice will at onoe melt and drop off; ni-Mimtlv the ealvaniaing will glisten an instant and fall to the ground; later the wires will assume a white neat. When you are about to converse with the "hello" girl at oentral, dis miss all business matters from your mind, twist the southwest corner of your mustache, close your eyes and inhale the fragrance of sozodont, wild rose end pepsin chewing gum that Is fted to vou over the line. ivm't rlmr off when you are done talking. No one Is supposed to wish to use the line unless someone else is j.tmind to nse It at the same in stant. . roan for Ekes. T.ka vour eires to Brewer. High. est market price paid either in oash flEOEBT REFLECTIONS! . -gupt Staeey will, be one of the Instructors of the Geary oonnty Insti tute In July. Bev. M. U Sohooley of Plymouth, Iowa, begins revival servloss at the Jeffooat soboolhouse, Sunday, May o. A meeting of the directors of the Dloklnson County Fair Association Is called at the offloe of the president, 0. C. Wyandt, at 0,'olook Friday afternoon. -Hose Co No. eleoted this ex cellent eorps of offloeri last night: Ed Franks, foreman; Geo. Boloson, assistant; 8. A. Barber, treasurer; E. Langston, secretary. -One of the Infant daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus Pooler died this morning at o olook and was laid to r.t this afternoon In the Pooler family lot, In Abilene cemetery. -Hope Dispatch: Mr. Taylor oi Pearl was In Hope Sunday with his n sutomoble. What is the mauer 1th Dloklnson ' oounty having an automoDue oiuuauu u..6 in different towns about once a month P We know It . would be an enjoyame affair. This is the" kind of advertising Ahtlnne institutions get In Atohlson: The Belle Springs creamery butter made at Abilene, Kas., is ior a. all grocery stores. Insist on having it. Costs no more and surpasses In quality any other oreamery butter. Still left a few fresh northern grown garden seeds in bulk atMlniok & Tay lor's. . Another blow to the liquor trafflo. After June 1st the express companies will not ship any liquor to Kansas points, collect on delivery. They are forced to do this beoause of the late supreme court decision. The express companies have been doing a big C. 0. D. liquor business. The ruling will stop this and will be the biggest blow the liquor tramo nas nau ir Carmen, Uxia., rr: v.. Relmold, was eleoted cashier of the First State bank, to succeed J. M. Geissler. resigned. Mr. Keimold who comes here from the National bank of Wichita, Kansas, has been In the banking business for the past twelve years, is a thorough businessman, worthy . of your confidence and Mr. Kelmoia nas nieu -Lawrence Gasettt: Parker, the Abilene show man, has five companies on the road and employs almost one thousand people. A few yeare ago he was janitor of the court house at Abilene, and quit that job to rnn a merry-go-round. Now he U furnish ing amusement for thousands every day, getting roasted by the news papers and making money by the buoket full. That shows what even a oourt house janitor can do If he keeps ont of politics. Dee Phillips, formerly of Abilene writes from Belllngham, Wash., where he has starved a oreamery: "As I am an old Abilene boy I thought I would drop you a few lines to let you all know that I am going to try to win. This is the first day tor us i nni our plant. Its oapadty is two thousands pounds per day. The future looks bright to us. We are having fine weather at present. Lots of green grass and as we are operat ing a creamery of course It looks good to us." Social Item In Hope Dispatch: A young fellow recently visited Hope from ah adjoining town with the In- t.-tinn nf naHlmr on tome of our young ladies, and he probably did so, hnt we do not know who he called on. nnr attention wasoalled to him be oause he seemed to think it was the A perfect : patronage, purchased the J. M. Geissler resdenoe. proper thing to be oarrying a nig pipe round in his mouth, and we won dered If there was a girl In Hope who oould be pleased to soe herself In his company with that big pipe hanging to hf otherwise pleasant face. To us .niM.. u more degrading to our gieht than to see a young man, who ought to be trying to make a gentle. man oi nimaeii, uiB stinking pipe. LITTLE POCKET PHYSICIAN. Thousands who have been oured by Hyomel call the Inhaler that comes with averv outfit the "Little Pocket Phvslolan." as It Is so small that It oan be carried In the pooket or purse, There is really no exouse whatever for anyone having catarrh now that Hyomel Is so readily oDtninaeie. u you have any doubt about its value, J. M. Glelssner will let you have I oomplete outfit, with the understand ing that unless It oures catarrh, it will not oost vou a cent. The oomplete Hyomel outfit consists of the -Little Pooket Physiolan" and a bottle of Hyomel and costs only 11.00. ill x. n AHA' Cnnninl flnnninrr DiaiM 9 0 HI I Gil Udyo OjJCbldl UJGIMIg I lunu uuiu On Wednesday, May 8, I will commence the opening sale of Pianos, Organs, Sewinff Machines, Quilting Ma chines and Sheet Music. v... ;n fnJ th- finest line of Fianos ever shown in Abilene. These are and we shall handle them a regularly We will continue this store if th people nt . fact which will be shown by the P ..,-i l-..:... Plann. j tear uic cu-i" , All are invited to call. Open evenings. L.' BKUH1 At Tufts' old stand. Broadway. Abilene, Kas. Machine THE KIHG BEE LISTED CORN CULTIVATOR Has more POINTS OF MERIT combined than any machine on the market. We don't ask you to take our word, but come in and look it over and be convinced. Made in double and single row. Cutivators We also handle a full line of the famous J. I. Case Shovel Cultivators. Don't neglect to see these machines before buying. KEY & LAND Undertaking! J W.H.Eicholtz f H.K. Eicholtz Assistant. Undertaken j and Licensed ft - ... Embalmen. jSstablished 1870. . Oldest and Only Exoluslve Undertake ing Establishment in Dick inson County. Calls Attended Day or Night. Booms on North Cedar. Phnna UB. Abilene. Kansas. Bt. Louie Pressmen StHks Off. St Louis, May 4,-The strlklnf pressmen, after an all-night session. wided shortly after 1 o'clock m day morning to return to work. The Republic and Globe-Democrat appear ed with their city editions on time. The employees returned to work, agreeing to settle the matter under the International agreement General Hudson le III. Topeka, May 4. General Joseph K. Hudson, newspaper editor and ex-state printer, Is dangerously ill at his home here. He has suffered from heart trouble for some time and now dropsical complications have appear ed The attending pnysician wo r daj that Ueneral Hudson's condition was very tenons. BEWARE OF "DIGESTIVES." The ordinary "dyspepsia" tablet has ruined more stomachs than all other causes oomblned. Giving tem porary relief, It leares the digestive Titem weaker than ever, and the tablets must be continued with ln- nraulnir freanenoT. Mi-A.ni .icltes the secretion of irastrlo iulce, and when the food Is swallowed, the stomach is ready to dieest It. MJ-o-na stomaon leoieu ir .M In hulk, but In a neat box con venient for the purse or vest pocket. t Me. A fuerantee Is given by i. 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