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ABILENE WIMLY EEFLECTOK, ABILENE, KANSAS, JUNE 27, 1907.
lly it Begin fa tj deposit your savings witiTihis Association and accum. dilate a fixed sura of money to be paid to you' at a definite future date? ' The results are not based upon estimates, but the face value of each certificate is guaranteed to ma ture at a given date.. ' , ' , . ; .- ! TELEPHONE OR WRITE US FOR PARTIO- V ULARS IF INCONVENIENT TO CALL. The Dickinson County Building and Loan Ass'n, ' ' Office Over Farmers National Bank..-:,. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: G. A. ROGERS, . F. A. FLACK, .i M. H. MALOTT, H.E.ELLISON, J. E. KEEL. , R U H appy ON IRONING DAY? 19 You will be as soon as vou use 'one ol our Eleotrie Irons. Get one on trial free. The cost is small, and these hoc days "you will appreciate the absence of heat. RIVERSIDE LIGHT AND POWER CO, . " TELEPHONE BUILDING. FIXING ROUTE ACROSS STATE. Abilene' New Railroad May Really Be Built. , Fremont Hill, general engineer on the proposed Yankton, Wichita & Gulf railroad, wired Secretary Resing " of the Wichita Commercial club last night that he would arrive in this city from Texas tonight. He will commence at once to complete the work of procuring the right of way for the road through Kansas. It will pass close to Abilene, and so straight north to the Nebraska line.-rWich-ito Beacon. , .' Deep Blue Sky the Limit - The stockholders of the Enterprise base ball association met last Tues day evening and eleoted the follow ing board of directors: 0. V. Latto, E. V. Hoffman, R. W. Hoffman, 8. F. . Fleming, I. K. Fretz, B. A. Flack and Theo. Sandquest. v The board of di rectors eleoted the following officers: - R. W. Hoffman, president; Setb Fleming, eecretry; B." A. Tl vot, treasurer.- The Push says that Ralph and Emmet Hoffman will back the new tanm "with nnlv thnAAn blue skv1 as the limit. - ' Most disfiguring skin eruptions, sorofula, pimples, rashes, etc, are due to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic! Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear-skinned. . , If you haven't the time to exercise regularly, Doan's Regulets prevent constipation. They induce a mild, easy, healthful action of the bowels without griping. Ask your druggist for them. 2fio. . . ' , MORGASON WAS MURDERED. Hope Man's Slayer Is in Jail at , : Topeka. ; Topeka, June 22. The murderer" of William Morgason of Hope is thought to be W. V. VanHorn, a hack driver. The revolver which was found upon the breast of the dead man has been identified as his prop erty and he' acknowledges, although he denied it at first, that it is his. It is known that he redeemed It at Abe Jacobson's pawn shop, 500 Kan sas Avenue, shortly .after 6 o'clock Tuesday morning. The body found by the officers on the bank of the river Tuesday morn Ing wasyesterday identified as that of Morgason. Aocording to the report of the ofl cers, Uorirason and VanHorn were together early yesterday morning. They drove to North Topeka in Van Horn's hack. This was shortly after 6 o'clock. When last seen they were traveling north on Kansas avenue nar Garfield Park. This was the last tlnfe that Morga? son was seen alive. VanHorn did not take his hack to the barn until 8 o'clock instead of 6 o'clock, as. is the usual custom. When examined last night blood was found Upon the trousers worn by VanHorn and blood stains Vere found upin the cushions of the haokr which VanHorn drives. The inquest was held this morning at 8 o'clock in the city court room. Morgason's father from Hope ar rived here this morning. COLLEGE HAS PLAY. MT. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY ENDS SCHOOL YEAR. HAD GREAT CONVENTION. J. B Case Helped Prepare Resolu tion! at Denver Meeting;. J. B Case returned from Denver, where as chairman of the executive neglect them, as so alight an Injury as EVERY MAN HIS OWN DOCTOR. The average man cannot afford tc employ a physician for every align i ailment ot injury that may occur In his family, nor can he afford to Interesting Exercises at the Thea tre With Fine Program Given by the Young Ladies "of the Acad emy. ' V The commencement exeroises clos ing the 18th year of Mt. St. Joseph's Academy were held last week in the Seelye theatre with a good sized audi ence present. The program opened with this list of numbers: . Are Marie.. ..Vocal Class Pinna Solo, II Puritanl Fantaial Brlllante, Leybach. ...... :.t'lonrf nkejr Irish Washer Woman, Pantomime... B. Berry Mosle Miller'i Orchestra Song, Down the Silver; Stream.. .Vocal Clwa Song, Dusting and Sweeping Little Olrli Holjr City, Pantomime. . .,. Delaarte Class Music...... Miller's Orchestra Song, Mr. and Mrs. Turtle.. H. Berry ana J. unrpny Bong, Cuckoo. , Grace Griffin Spanish Dance -..Clara Mings Trio A Night in June, Sudds ..Luclle Stull, Bridget Berry, Nona Hart 8ong, When the Hues of Daylight fade. ..Vocal Class Duet, Vlocolo Grand Galop de Concert, Blake.. .Julia Murphy and Gertrude Ball Following these all of which deserve praise for the splendid manner in which they were given came a one- act oomedy, "A Friend In Need" with this cast of characters: G. Griffin, May Mings, Bridget Berry, G. Hall, Nona Hart, A. Martin, Flora Pankey, Mary O'Brien, Lucile Stull, D. Schmidt, Ruby Franconer, Julia Murphy, Blanche Johnson. The young ladies deserve much credit for the excellence of lheir act ing. The play was the prettiest ever given by the school and generous ap plause greeted the rendition. The past year has been a very sue cessful one, reflecting much credit on those in charge. It is a credit to the city and the excellence of its program last night Is evidence of the good work done. . committee of the Trans-Mississippi congress, he attended the National Publio Lands convention. He was a member ol the resolutions committee, "There was a lot of talk about Roose velt and anti-Roosevelt sentiment in the convention." he said, "but it did not appear in the committee nor in the resolutions. The convention tried to do what is best for the set tier, the cattleman and the sheepman, There is a plank strongly -opposing plaint. anv chnno-e In the the existin laws Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for and oustoms .as to grazing of live coughs, stock urmn the Dublio domain, out- cougn r side of the forestry reserves. Re the scratch of a pin- hai been known to cause the 'lost of a. limb.. Hence every man must from necessity be his own doctor for this olasi of ailments Success often depends upon prompt treatment, which can Only be bad when suitable medicines are kept at hand. Chamberlain's Remedies have been In the market for many years and enjoy a good reputation. Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com. colds,-croup and whooping Chamberlain's Pain Balm (antl cuts bruises, Recuperation there is not much" in the ordinary vacation thereinina single bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla, which refreshes the tired blool, sharpens tne auuea appetite, restores the lost courage. Jake Hood's Sarsaparilla this summer. DEAFNE38 CANNOT BE CURED, by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by au Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When Jt&ls tube is Inflamed you-jewre a rumbling sound or Imperfect hear- ,a4lM,nd-whtat , Is entirely jked, AMarness is tne result, auu unites uie Inflamatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing, will be destroyed forever; nine cases out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an In flamed condition of the mucous sur faces. . . -. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh)that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. P. J. CHENEY CO, Toledo; 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c Take Hall's Family PUls for consti pation. ARES RIBItl EASY Stops Friction Prevents Wear RELIABLE BEALERS ALL LIKES VRO SELL BEST C3EISE SELL BICER" ASK YO'JI SEALER Atm-TRUST GREAT WCGTCnri OIL REFININQ. CO. , Eft'S, KANSAS '' it - zzSy J oil firw.-t PESYESIT 5s Hope Beat Gypsum. Hope, June 20.'-In a doubleheader here yesterday between Hope and Gypsum, both games, were wej by the Hope team. First game, 7 and 16; second game, 14 to 7. Batteries Gray, Huffman and Barbor; Manon Miller and Talbot. ..u.. I- f, ft. tU septid liniment) for . hupna anrnlna. BWAlllnirRJ lame hack and liver biliousness nnnnln (1.A fn.aat M,d,Va, In thft manor i uua.ge lur ...,B.u ... chamberlain's Stomach stock tneieon. some stooKmen oiaim TBbletg for cn.tipation, that the charge should not oe maae; Md Btomacn troubles, others believe that it is to high and a Chamberlain's Salve for diseases of lower tax would be more satisfactory, the skin; The resolutions favor the prompt One botle of each ot these five elimination from the forest reserves preparations costs but $1.25. For sal of all lands not timbered or reason- by all Drugglnts. I ABU 1UI A11CU D X Wi-LDVi of streams usea lor irrigation. . der (or swollen, tired, hot, Secretary GarBeld and other promi- .martin? feet. Sample FREE. Also nent W'ashineton officials were pres. Free Sample of the Foot-Ease Saot taki iOKS-rAD, a new laveiiuuu. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy ent, WAS HERMAN'S BROTHER. n. y. IF nn biitTai from hlnntlne. belch- Murdered Chapmanite Is Identified mg gour ,tomaoni indigestion or Dys- Bl Liasi. bepsia, take a Rings Dyspepsia Tab- Chai-man, June SI. The Adver- et after each mettj Ma overcome the tiser says that the body of the man disagreeable trouble. It will Improve found murdered near Grand Island, the annetite, and aid digestion. Sold Neb., was identified by Julius Hoff man last Friday, as that of his half brother, Frank Herman, who left here about April 1st. Besides other means of identification Mr. Hoffman and Coroner Mr. by C. F. Townsend. Get a free sample ot Dr. Shoop's "Health Coffee" at our store. If real ooffee disturbs your Stomach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try this clever Southerland found Coffee Imitation. Dr. Shoop has close- a Bear on the left loot oi tne oouy iy matched Old Java ana Moona uoi- which was caused by being cut with fee In flavor and taste, yet It has not an axe last Maroh a few weeks be- a single grain of real CoHee in it. ur tnu tin lnf Phanmon. Fl-nnlr WS a Shooo's Health Coffee Imitation Is quiet inoffensive yaung man, and was well liked by all who knew him. CEDAR TRIMMED BROADWAY. Score of 8 made from pure, roasted grains, or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, ets. Made In a minute. No tedious wait. You wilt surely like It, Sold by Belknap fi Roomer. Hilarious Game With to 5. IWATSONI ef-J M'.ttl Iff Us iiogri to We will give ten thous and dollars for a five oent cigar equal to the Mono gram. Kansas smokers to be the judge. The Monogram is fur sale by all flrstolass dealers and -is the best five cent cigar on earih. Watson, Durani-Kaspcr Grocery Company, Salina, Kansas. :0k RAILWAY TIME TABLES. Union Paoif io WBST BOUttD, No. 101, Mmtted. ...I0:fl p. m No. 1011, l'acltlo (!iit... S:(p. m No. 1117, Sullna anil K. C. Exp .9:10 p. m No. TO, J. U, & Kills Kap 7:30 a. m no. lao, l imn rrfiiKiu o:w a. iu o:n a. r No. I Mi. Way KrelKlit S:a. m Hundreds of people yearly go The Tenth Annual Cedar-Broadway aej Mei Um ZaD Pile Remedy. . It Is put up In such a form that It can be applied right where the- trouble lies. It relieves the pain and inflammation. It is for. Ceilar I any form of piles. Price 60o. Sold by Position Smith Johanna Jones F. Wilson Robert Eyth C. Waring game Wednesday afternoon was hummer. A big crowd saw the fun. Cedar trimmed Broadway 8 lo 6 The, lineup: Broadway Paynter c Huff p Harding, Capt. ss Case, Mgr. 1st b Bigler 2nd b L. Ludes 3rd b De Arnold If Roy Paynter cf Lawrenson ) Shockey V rf Sterl ) Dr. Dieter and C. Hint did some great pitching' and Charlie Case turned a wonderful somersault while trying to catch a fly. The old play ers acted as rooters and gave" plenty of a4$c0 ome of It good. 'No. 1IS7, Way freight. -o, ion, way rrtMuoi Daily eioupl Sunday, EAST BOUND No. 103, Limited :S9a. m No. 104, Atlantic Kinreis 12:10 p. m No. 10S. Snllnn and K. 0. Bxpress....l:4A p. m No. no, J u. & Kills Exp 6:10 p. m No. 1M. Time rrulKt S:' p, m No. IDS, Way Vreliclit (:ll p. No. 19S. Way FrulKht 3M p. m C. F. Townsend. Flneules are for the Kidneys and Bladder. They bring quick relief to baokache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired worn out feeling. They produce nat- Gus Benigus ural aotIon of tne Sidneys In filtering H. W. Brooks w.atfl matter out of the blood. 3D C. H. Brooks days treatment 1.0. Money refund ed If Flneules are not satisfactory Geo. Sutter gold by C. F. Townsend. Saantae IITCMltlWII IHVB MfS Rock Island EAST fiODVD, No. NW, I'aKwniier 10:Ma. m, No. WIS, Mixed 4:12 p. 01, WEST BOl'VD, No. ray PanacnKor.'. 5:118 p. n, No. 60S, Mixed U:5a.m. Connections at ITnrlnirton for and from aU point Huntli, Winlilta, Kl Ueno, Oklahoma , City, l-t.. Worth, Kl I'aao and California, and all potnta east, Kansas City, Uhicago, St, Lonifl, JMIly exoopt Sunday, HOOD'S Sarsaparilla is the medi cine for Impure blood, eruptions, weakness and cenerai debility it positively and absolutely CUKES. Summer coughs and colds yield at once to Bees Laxative Cough Syrup Contains honey and tar, but bo opi ate. Children like It Pleasant to take. Its laxative Qualities recom mend It to mothers. Hoarseness, coughs, croup yield quickly. Sold by C. T. Townsend. Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magio Ointment. Please note ft is made alone for piles, asi Its action Is positive and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind plies disappear like magio by Its use. Large nickel-capped glass Jars toe. Sold by Townsend "the druggist.'' . CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children, Tii Kfci Yea Ban Alwajs l::?A Bear the 8'natureof -.aa-HE FIRED THE STICK, "I have fired the walking stick I've carried over 40 years, on account of 'a sore that resisted every kind of treat Girls Will Lamp Out. ment,-until I tried Bucklln's Arnica A party of Abilene girls chaperoned Salve; that has healed the sore and by Mrs. J. E. Keel went to Wood- made me a happy man," writes John bine to cam o out for a week in the Garrett, of North Mills, N. C. Guar prove alone Lvou creek on the J. A. anteed for Piles, Burns, etc., by J. M. illntt. farm. Thv are: Ulelsener, OTUgglSl. ZoO. Misses Alma Jolley, Minnie Moriar- A FORTUNATE TEXAN, lty, Florence Cuthbert, Marie Cutn- Ml., j;, Goodloe, of 107 St. Louts Ljcrt, Marguerite Cuthbert, Ruby st, Dallas, Tex., says- "In the past Cramer, Bess Minor, Emily Swick, year I have become acquainted with Santa Fe NOKTII noUND. No. 907 MttsHnnKer .....9:00 a. m No. iKM-.MIx.-d 10:15 p. m south lioum No. Hfft Paesi-nifer ,,.ll:Ma. m. No. WM-Mtxnl MS p.m. No, 810 Mlxnd 3:16 p. m, SAUNA BltANCII. Uepnrta. No.ltl7-Mlxl 8:20 a. It No. SID-MIxihI 12lOSp.tt. No. S21-Mlxcd 4:06 p. u. Arrives. ; No. Ml-Mlxnl .'..7:Sa.m. N,j. 2-M I xml BHO a. m. No. Sift-Mlaod r.'f.Httva. as, All trains dally except Sunday. - ' - Myra Rogers, Helen Gleissner, Gene vieve Davis, Emily Hall, Helen Haz- lett, Lillian Whitcher, Mabel Krnse, Lois Crawford, Esther Haskell, La cllle Cooper. Dr. King's New Life Plus, and no laxative I ever before tied so ef fectually disposes of malaria and biliousness." They don't grind nor gripe. 25o at J. M. Glelssner's drug store. Their Baby Dead. Bertha Hay, the two-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E Vickers, died Friday morning at 9 o'clock after a brief illness. t will mall you free, to prove merit. samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restora tive, and my Book on either Dyspep sia. The Heart or The Kidneys. ine sor- Troubles of the Stomach, Heart or rowing parents have the sympathy of Kidneys are merely symptoms of many friends la their grief over the deeper ailment. Don't make the corn- loss of their baby daughter. A short mou error of treating symptoms only. funeral service was held at the Symptom treatment Is treating the home at 1 o'clock Saturday. Rev. S. result of your ailment, and not the E. Betts officlatine. Burial in Abl- osuse. Weak Stomach nerves the In- lent cemetery. For Sale. - Good large work horse. Call at Wells Fargo express office. 72-tf28-tf side nerves mean Stomach weal ness, always. Aid the Heart, and Kidneys as well, have their controll ing or inside nerves. Weaken these nerves and yon inevitably have weak vital organs. Here Is where Dr. Shoop's Restorative has made Its fame. No other remedy ever claims A Runaway Wttk Anv saw Mt.nl linnklAa sewing, no riveting. Too ea repair w - ir your harness yourself by using old bloating, biliousness, bad breath or straps aoa pmrve oi umroeae osuaiij wwuiirewwH . vuwy --' thrown away, and often save bnylng tire. Write me today for sample and a aew set of haraess. The buckle free Book. Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wla are easily pnt on, can be taken off n, Rtoratlve Is sold by Townsend, ana eaea bfsid. mti iaisi MEBELT NOTHING- Send postal today for FREB catalogue; tells all about It. Agent wanted. Dept. & Torexa Bixsxs Co., To peka, Ka. l-9 the Drngglst OalSTOnXA. lttt Isj Us im ton BetjH ftgaaeaes Norfolk, Va April 26 to Nov. 80, 36. 0 lor round trip. Ottawa. Kas., Chautauqua June 17 to 28, .ib for round trip. Re turn limit June 29. Winfield, Kas., June 18 to 28, Chautauqua. 4.60 round trip. Re turn limit June 29. Colorado Summer Tourist Rate, round trip to - Denver and Colorado Springs tl.60. Pueblo, 16.40. Santa Fe, New Mexico, $26.75. Las Vegas, New Mexico, 12675. Alberquerque, (33.25. Summer Tourist Rates to Chicago and aeturn, (22.55. St. Louis and return, (16.55. City of New Mexico and return, (54.90. Tickets on saie June 1 to Sept. 30, dnal return limit Oct. 81.. . For full particulars call on or ad dress F. S. SAILS, Agent, Abilene, Kas mm TnreleaeareaJraTenntltioe of DVaalfa e lT Uve oecaAotiaa aw 04 tiiAt is ant twoem ill P-A N T.hola. for sale br Ira (Xa. The Frra-Omt sevkst U enoach ftS aa erltaarr caxaulna. 1 tamllr kuttiS