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ALILISS XTZZZL1 r.iriECTC2. AEILZSIi KANSAS, MAY SO, 1807.
ElflEST EEFLECTI0JJ3. -Born'.to Mr. ad Mrs. LevlKehler. East Filth street, twin boys. . ; ; Dm s r. Brown deliver Decoration day address at Forest Plain, Doniphan eounty, ." -Bert Ward, drug clerk of Jono- - tlon aty,tookpol.on at wioni needay but prompt action saved hii Ufa. -Joseph Seal, one ol the earliest r ..L J I ail at aettlers on Chapman . Jnnotlon City abursuej, yean. 1 -Waldo Drlsko hat taken Ml i d.. Brothers' itore. . i. a good workman and the town will enoourage him. ' . ' ; - iwi.nshoT U making 18 $10 a day painting gasoline oans red to comply with tne new nw. " " enterprise for you. . .. .-.-OUrenoe Waring who is attend ing K. C. Is shy about 9 whloh w" stolen from Mi room last week. His -. roommate also was robbed. G. V. Sohroeder, ' formerly a pbo . tographer here, Is now at Goodland. He has sent F. B. Glimpse some strik ing views of the shortgrass wuuu. John Herman writes from Spring field, Mo.: "Continue to send the Reflector as myself and family like to get the news from the old town. Our kindest regards to all." J. E. Gutlbeaut, an old Abilene resident died about two weeks ago at bis home in Oakland, Calif. He was well liked here and has many friends who will be saddened by the news. ' Frank E. Hutohison, formerly of ami,., .nrt Miss Mattie Melton of St. Louis were married last evening at 7:80. They will reside in soum Omaha. Frank's many friends here extend best wishes. For sale, one 7-lt. Milwaukee binder, In good repair. Price 3. E. Rose, Abilene. ' . . .. 87-J J. A. Wilkie is oommenotng the erection of a brick building on tne lots on Spruce street opposite the Ke : y lector building and it will be ooou ' pied by Elwlok's egg and chicken '. house. It will be rushed to oomple- tlon. . , . . "" ' Two of the Sallna businessmen . who started to walk to Kansas City . gave It up at JunotiQn City and re- turned home by train. C. F. Mo ; Adams continued the trip, being joined by two new pew reoruits from - fialina. , The young man Gillett who was tried In court on a statutory charge, the jury disagreeing, did not run away, but is employed by the railroad as relief agent and was frequently transferred. He never tried to escape trial but strenuously declares his in nooence. F. L. Bostwlck writes from Lyn don, Washington! "We oould hardly get along without the home paper, the Rehjiotob. Im peddling mail for Unole 8am on Route 1 from this ' plaoe and find It to be a good steady job. Will enjoy It a little more when wa get our raise July 1st." Hope Dlspatoh: Gatlleb Sohlese . uer, who lives a few miles northeast of Hope, lost twelve head of cattle, killed by lightning last Saturday night during the storm. They were 11 close together in the corner of the pasture when killed. It mnst have been a powerful stroke to have killed eo many. Rev. E. E. Hollar writes from Kansas Cltys "We oan't et along without the RafLtOTOR. Our third year here opens np very pleasantly indeed. The ohuroh has given ns a six weeks' vacation. Myself and fam ily will spend the time In Pennsyl. vania visiting friends, going as far as Jamestown." Guy Tilton left Monday for Bus aell where he is section agent. The family will move later. Reflector. Guy informed Push reporter last Saturday that he was going to Russell s station agent He oould have se cured a Job on the section nearer home. Enterprise - Push. Types ere strange things at times and a few letters make a decided change in the meaning. For Sale. Two year old Aberdeen-Angns bull weight about 1S00 pounds. W. H. Holllnger. Chapman, Kansas, R. F. D. For WeD Drilling Call on J. H. Demoney or phene 1056, H miles north of Abilene. Ten Bred Gilt For Sale. 3m- smU imam k'i'8 ww ot FW . ABOUT PEOrLE-. 'j. H. Norman was down from Long- ferd. M. F. Sterling was in from South Dickinson. . Alpha Brnmageleft for Lewrenoe and Ottawa. H. R. Little, oashier of the Man chester bank, was in town. Gep. L. Held of Tribune, Kanuaa, was In the oity on business, G. W. Hurd and Arthur Hurd are In Topeka on legal business. Master Milton Jones went to New ton and Strong City fqr a visit. Mr. and Mrs. N. Cole are back from an overland trip to Herington. t Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Lehman left over the Union Pacific for California. Mr. and Mrs. David Shirk left for a 60-day visit to their old home In Penn sylvania. 1 ' W. D. Shugart of Hope made Abi lene a visit. Bill Is always welcome In the oonnty seat. . . . Josenh Crvderman la borne from Bartlesvllle, I. T., where he has been (or several months. , W. R. Stubbs spent last night in the elty, the guest of Supt. McCor- mlok, and left for bis home, Lawrenoe, at noon. D. Croft is here from Superior, Neb. His daughter, Mrs. Kate Faust, Is expeoted from Chicago soon for .a visit here. fltanlev Ford, son 'of Rev., J. S. Ford, a former Abilene boy, is visit ing here. He Is a teacher In Wyan dotte county. ', Run. W. Gephart. assistant agency manacrer for the Central Life Insur ance Co., Ft. Soott, is the guest of its general agent, E. H. fuller. Mrs. C. E. Rice and her father, Mr. Hoopman of Strong City came In this morning on the Santa Fe on their way to Bunker to attend the funeral of a son and brothor who died there yes terday, r Salina Appreciated It The president of the Salina oom- mr!ll club wrote as follows to Pres ident Forney of the Abilene commer cial olub, expressing appreciation ol Abilene's reception: In behalf of our club 1 wisn to thank you for the royal reoeptlon given us. Kansas is a great country, aud Kansans are a lot of fellows thrown into this wild and wolly west who will stand np for Kansas and Kansas institutions. Hooiner that we shall have the op portunity of entertaining your club sometime In the future, we are F. C. Yokk, President. Kirkendall a Married Man.' Concordia Blades. Barney Kirken dall, who was arrested here last week with a girl from Abilene and said he was very anxions to marry the girl, already has a wife living at St. .Tnumh. Mn.. to whom he was married at Axtell, Kas. Mrs. Kirkendall was a widow when Kirkendall married her and after residing for some time at Axtell they moved to St.. josepn. If ha has had his preliminary hearing yet the Abilene papers do not mention the fact, It's a cinch he can't marry the Abilene glrf and that he will do a penitentiary stunt. Kirkendall Waived Hearing. B. F. Kirkendall, the traveling man brought from Conoordia en statutory charge with which an Abilene girl is oonneoted, waived preliminary hear ing today and was bound over for trial. He gave $400 bond. v District Court. Vlotorla Derrlngton was given a divorce from Clarence R. Derrlngton. The divorce oase of Kate B. Bald win against L B. Baldwin was con tinued until the September term ol oonrtand the defendent ordered to pay $S.Sft per week alimony until then. The criminal eases not already dis posed of were continued. Court adjourned Saturday until June 1. Cash forEffgs. Take yonr eggs to Brewer. High. est market price paid either in cash or trade. 37-U Red Can Bill a Lew. The seesioi laws of 107 are out and all laws providing for their own effectiveness "on and after publication In the statutes" are now In fall force. Among them is the "red ean bllL" It la effective now and housewives and hired girls will be hereafter pro tected, while lighting the kitchen Area, unless they happea to be eolor blind or entirely blind. This law for whloh W. A. S. Bird of Topeka is reepoa- sfbla, provides that gasoline mast be k-pt in red cans. Therefore, if yonr rwtline eaa ( not red, paint It. 3 - Death of E. J. Bw gbly. ' " Satnrdav. Uav Si. at io'olock p. n. ooonrred the death of E. J. Beeghly at his bomev on East Seventh street after a Tear' illness of solatlorheu matlsm and kidney trouble. The funeral services were held at the house on Monday and the body taken to his old home at Sabetha tor Interment Eara J. Beeghly was bora near Ao- cidenL Garret oonnty, Md., July iv, 1817. Was married to Delilah Cole man March 8. 1868. To this anion ten children were born, of whom nine survive. Those who reside in this oonnty are Milton J. of Industry, IjosiahE., Nellie and Norman of Abi lene, Harvey of Talmage. Besides hi. immediate family he leaves two hrnthnr. and five sisters who deeply mourn the loss of a kind and loving husband, father and brother. In 1872 he moved with his family to Somerset, Pa., and in 1876 he looated near Sa betha. Eight years ago he moved to this city. .- ' Mr. Beechlv ioined the Brethren ohuroh In April, 1869, and remained an aotive worker the remainder oi ms life. He was a deacon for many years, an aotive 8unday school worker and was superintendent for a number of years. Hi. nresenoe aud friendship wiu w sadlv missed by his business asso-' dates and those with whom he oeme in contact. He Will be remembered for his uprightness of charaoter and honesty and will reap the reward uuo him.-. . . Card of Thanks. ... We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the many kind neighbors and friends for their many deeds oi kindness and expressions of sympathy during the sickness and death of our beloved husband and latner. re ..rwninllv wish to thank those who sahgand those who contributed the beautiful floral offerings. MkS. E. J. Bebohlt and Aii.r. Acme Waa Beaten. The Independents defeated Aome Saturday In base ball by a score of 6 to 8. Goodwin and Cummlng were the battery for the Ind. and Hall and Fry and Steves iendered like service for Acme. The soore by Innings was: 'hue Acme 1 00 0 00S- i ml 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 w 8. 0. by Goodwin 14, Hall 6, try 8; Base B., Goodwin 1, Hall 8. ; The Independents will play Chap man Friday. - I ; i Price of Admission. In answer to many Inquiries the fair association announoe the follow ing schedule of prices admitting to fair grounds July 4th: JOo In forenoon entitling bolder to rass out and In as many times as de sired during the remainder of the day and evening. From 13 noon to 6 p. m. 40o, same conditions as above. 1 From; 6 p. m. S6e, same condition as above. Children half prion. Raw Wind Blew Yesterday. From VOKta1 Dallr l All day yesterday a raw northwest wind visited Abilene wblob at times reached a velocity of So miles per honr. It was the coldest we have had for two weeks, the thermometer fell to about 40, and slight frost was visible altnongh not doing muoh dam-. age. Warmer weather Is promised. Gave First Rehearsal. The hrst rehearsal of the Girl from Bagdad Co. started yesterday after noon at ! p. m. at the Seelye opera house. The company Is composed of a high olass dramatio and musics! ability. The stage Is under the di rection of Ferd P. Miller a very capable director. The big dancing numbers will be under the direotion of Sidney Bartlett, late of the "Royal Chef Co.," LaSalle theatre, Chicago. Miss Clara Marie Adams will sing the prima donna soprano and Larry Mac th principal comedian. They will be backed np by a competent ononis and tha production promises to be one of the best ever seen in Abilene. A Valuable Chart The pnblio library is the happy pos sessor of the "Amerioan Bird and Nature Chart." Thla oonsists of forty-five large eolored plates of American birds grouped by families, of foreign birds, of insect, lower ver tebrates, hoofed animals, rodents, carnivorous animals, animals of the cat and dog kind, strange "mammals, monkeys, domestle animals, minerals and gems, flowers, medicinal plants, Insect, spioes, fruits, ante, sheila There are also three black and white nlates giving the topography of birds. morphology of artnropoda, ateayoi bills and feet at birds, study of a cau tion and feet of vertebra tea. Aa ex planatory manual aoeompanlee the chart i. . 1 . !t : i IFIFTllilIM- P.LLAI XJIF - TO - P.A.T23 We aim to give the man of limited means the kind of a square deal that will merit his trade and his lasting f riendship s p-f is a fair price for a suit of clothes IJ 1 f5v or an overcoat Butit wiU not k 1 I CJ buy dePendable clothes at every store. You rtust understand that differences exist-big ones-in quality and workmanship, and the latter is by far the most important in determining the life of a suit. - ' We make a specialty of our $15 suits "SINCER ITY CLOTHES" because we know that in them we ans offering perfect styles, perfect workmanship, and qual ity. More than that, there is the guaranty of the makers. They are worth $15, and are equal in every respect to most suits sold at $20. Criij.HOT run a F5)fo)7 (On uws s i y Abilene's Fashionable Clothier and Hatter, ik-JI HERINGTON SCHOOLS CLOSED. Commencement Exercises Were Held There Monday Evening. Hkmmotok. May 28.-The com- exercises of the Herington schools were held last night at the opera house and were very interesting The oommenoement work doings have beem Wednesday, p. m.. May 82, Freshman Class DsyjThursday, p.m.. m.v a. Rnnhomore Class Days Thurs day, May 2S, Junior-Senior Banquet, Friday, p. m. May 2. juumi w. iWi Vridav. May 24, Eighth Grade Promotion Exeroises; Sunday, May 26, Baccalaureate Sermon j Monday, May 27, Commencement; Wednesday, May 29, Alumni Banquet. At last night's exercises diplomas were given to these graduates: Uni versity Preparatory course, Frauds T .nnh Mnvd Pattlson, Nellie Lynch; General course, Robert Milton Barton, Helen Soott, Dawn Da Vera Childs, Josephine Cronioan, AlbaE. Money, Christine Marian Nellsen. Wanted. u.n-loH man. aire about 86, to work on farm, wife to do family waah, and board extra help. Belerenoe requirau. J. H. Taylor, Chapman, Kas. weo Gave Fine Address. The Conoordia Blade has the follow ing regarding Rev. Dr. Blayney's Memorial sermon nearly an wuwn nrintad: "The large congregation that assembled Sunday afternoon at the Methodist ohuroh to bear me memorial sermon by Rev. Dr. Franois 3. Blayney of Abilene, waa a unit In expressing their deep appreciation of hie address, which all agreed waa both magnifioent and most appro priate. Dr. Blayney is one 01 rifted eentlemea In the state, highly educated and a deep thinker, and as an orator he has lew equals and perhapa no superlora, oomommg aa he doee a splendid command of language and a delivery that Is fault leu. The fact that be spoke without notes made his sermon all the more admirable." City Teacher' Examination. Oa Friday and Saturday of this week, at the Garfield building will be held examinations for teachers for the Abilene schools. W. A. StaCit, WOMAN A GOOD SHOT. Did Fancy Shooting at the Park . Small Crowd Out A small orowd saw Mrs. ,Popper weln do fanoy shooting. Her work with rifle and shotgun waa very fine. Mr. Popperweln also did fanoy shoot ing. In the shoot whloh followed 0. Brian waa high gun wltfi 49 broke out of fifty and the fanoy shooter 48; Giles had 48; Taylor 89. la a Fine Band. The band which furnishes the muslo for tha Parker Amusement Co., at Us nnenlnir here Is under the dtreotton of Mr. Art Eastman and la an organisa tion that has been together some time. It Is known as the "Rosebud Cowboy Rnd." however, this season they win annear only In eonoert uniform as the oompany will play western time. The following press comment win gi some Idea as to their popularity: Omaha Bee, UOt. X, iww: i; Rosebud Cowboy Band arrived this morning over the Northwestern. The band la in full "punober" regana i..t.hr ahana. spurs, sombreros, red silk bandkerehiefs, blue flannel shirts, etc Nevertheless thU band la not Imnlv a bunch of expert spur, lasso and pistol artists; they are musicians as well. Under tne erne airecwrsuip of Foreman Art Eastman of the X 7 ranch, commonly known as "Halr Trlgger Eastman," who can bit high notes on the oornet as well as remove the boot-heel of a tender-foot with his six-shooter, the boys have attained to a proficiency that will surprise more pretentions organiaationa. Will Flay at Enterprise The musical recitals of the Enter prise Normal academy are being held fawUv and tomorrow afternoon at the onllave halL Tomorrow a number of Abilene pupils are on the program. Tbey are: norma oanaers, uw Wolverton. Ruth Harger, Ruby Nor man, Paul Royer, Edith Kauffman. Commencement exercises, inarsaay afternoon. Try Co -Core Hair Tonic, the tonic thatenrea. Guaranteed tea applica tions to cure or ntoaey refunded. At Laedes' barber shop. Large Class Graduate! Wednesday Evening Other Addresses. Cbapuak, May 28. -This is com mencement week at the county high school. Principal Perrlll and hla assoolates have reason to be proud of the excellent work of the year and the olasses have accomplished much in the Interest of the school. Rev. Fuller Bergstresser of Abilene delivered the baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening. It wu well re ceived and muoh enjoyed. Last evening Hon. W. K. biuods, the well known politician, made an address to the Christian sooietles. Ha advooated higher Ideals of oltitenship and was listened to with Interest by , an audienoe of about 600. Mrs. Ursula Young and Mrs. B. J, Short of Abilene gave vocal solos, assisting materially in the program. This evening the department 01 music will give the operetta, "Sylvia." Wednesday evening, May 29, will be the graduating exeroises. After the program will follow the annual reunion and banquet. The oommenoe ment program is: Inroeatloa Bar. Everett Blow Soft Wla4 senior Quartette Oration, Oblne Old ana New...Ixmls Bafeaer in.H Biwh Manila SetiDter Tntii Oareller. Arleae rtnateraiKher Oratloa, Banol David. Barry WUklne Oration, The Wblte Han's Bard an nam Bryan OmtAmt nuiM. ...eanlAr Octette Oratloa, The Soldier of Poace.-Bwd. Kohmaa Beading, Madeline Brabnaa - , Katharine Engle OrarMre MUnai llorlpMr, Johnasa 01 am BUtory William Watentradt Olaaa Prophacj Dale famil Presentation of Diploma Oonnty Attorney I. D. parens College preparatory course Kath arine Loralne Engle, Lydia L. Gfeller, Chaa. M. G ruber, Dale M. Perrlll, Louis A. Bufener, Harry Wilkina, William Wateratredt. Normal course Hasel R. Bryson, Pearl Mabel Calena, Arlene Feaster- macher. Lottie Belle Iasitt, Mande Cecil Johnson, Edward 1. Kohman, Ethel May Leach. Rhode Ughtner, Mary J. Lockhart, Dale a. Norman. Pearl EroaU Featling. Cora D. Purvis, Edward Ryan, Carrie Ella Baylor, Mary Edna Wagner. Commercial eoarse Francis R. W. Kirk, M. Edna Laatherman, A. aUude Seripter, Louis Smith..,