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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR ABILENE, KANSAS, JUNE 27, 1907
'Diokinson Comity Herd- SAUNA BANKERS BEATEN. Duroc Jersey Swine. cue score and Good piaying- t w . ' I This fJI IDA. Abilene look the : game Friday trnm fha fiallna Rarikera hv a Mora of Broedlni stork for sale. v. . iMjioii i uumiua iuu ram one-half pile mm or won nonniwu ln interesting! one for a good lied crowd of fans who witnessed the TEDDY R 48667 beads ar bird. : Richly bred f llts brad to Abilene, Kansas, H.I". D.SO.S. J. D. SHEFHEKD, Frop H-em L Xliflaourl, JEansat and Texan Commission Go. . " . J. R. VAN VOORST, f Dickinson Ocranty, to Feeder, Buynj - . and MmM 01 ma ii.ik ahtMof vnarbnalneae, B. B Doraett, cattle saleeman, hu been MlMmu IS rears, uausiacuuu awa,",,-.. e wUl be pleased to answer Inqnlrlea bf . BoomlU Livestock Exchange, : , - ... Kansas OUT. Ho. AMlena Stsra Laundry. Ferfeot Work. Reasonable Prlow Patronise borne Industry. Pare Hani prions water nsed and all work rnaranteed J. K.OO0DWI5 Proprietor. J, A. TUFTS, Licensed . ' ' AND-.. Undertaken Call! attended to day or night. Day shone, 9101 night phone. Mi. ABILENE, ' K&N313 The Belgian Draft Stallion, DIENFAIT 2239 . .' Belgian Stud No- 37376. , . Dan Baer'a feed yard, Abilene, retu . Ing to hi . morning. . ' BIENFAITJs a bay, weighing 2300. lie ie a typical draft horse with good etyie ana aouoa ana who goou uone. TEEMS $20 to Insure a live colt. Parties disposing of males will be held for the insurance. Care will be taken but will not be reapon- aible for accidents. W. H. HANSEN. TOM YOUNG, Groom, game. ' -f -' i The Bankers have a fast bunch of olean, gentlemanly ball players and played the game r win.- Art Glade was on the mound for the looals and whiffed the elusive horaehide In fine style S hits were all the money handlers found him for and these were kept jcattered. Light of the enemy laid down the willow after swiping chunks out of the at mosphere. Art was high swatter of the home guard getting 3 bits out of 1 times at bat. - He also fielded his position well. " , , - f . r Bernhard Ludes whs pitched for the Sallna aggregation twirled a nice game. - He pulled out of several bad boles when It looked like Abilene would score. -He struck out 6 men and accepted a number of chances In the field. . ' Despite the 6 error credited to the nib&lnierjooms P)aTen toe? P'eyed floe game id w9 neiu. summer vemuu tun ont caught icely.- Bill Horrel at first was ine oanuy miu anu hjbuu several nice catches. Van Antwerp, Eddy and F. Ludes fielded well. Eddy and Van Antwerp made a double play, The outfield did not:, have a chance. Salina also played a nice game In the field. Mack caught a good game and Frank Eberhardt got a foul pop that was a fine catch. Gels in left field pulled down two flies. With the stick Art Glade was high man clouting- toe sphere lor tnree singles. HeinenGiles lammed one on nose right into the alfalfa that was good for three bases but ground rule: would only allow him to take two, Horrel, Gans, Van" Antwerp and Sapp each trot nice bingles. For Salina Harvey, Cnrlberg and Ryberg got the bits.' . , There was nr thing doing on-ither side until the 3rd nben the Bankers iraL their run on a h t. a stolen base, a fielilt-ft choice and a passed ball Abilene evened in their half on two hits, a sai rilice and -a wild throw Our boys got the winning run in the next. Horrel got a hit, Sonimcr struck nut, (tau laromeo a liver to left and in-the mirup Horrel stole. bird and 'Jans second. Then Van Antwerp dumped a pretty bunt down in front of the plate and Horrel scored. After, that it was a row of goose eggs. There was an exciting finish in Jbe ninth when Horrel cut off a run" bv a pretty throw to the plate. : . KoyShearer met with a painful ac cident the first time at bat. - A foul bat hit him in the : 4th Will 0 3 M eV. -THE OF JULY AT THE Grounds of tho Dickinson County Fair Association Ap will make the season of W ae - follows: Monday noon at . 4'oni Young's 3 miles south of Manchester; Monday mgnt at jamcs loun Tuesday noon at Talmage; luesday night at heme farm, 7 mues norm west of Abilene; rVeduesday noon at Solomon; Wednesday night at Jay Ball's on Westcdtt ranch; Thursday , nleht at Mr. Martin's on Epbraim Engle farm, Friday and Saturday at tip from his own mouth cutting his Hps and tongue knocking one -of his teeth out and loosening several others. Score by innings: . B H B Sallna .OSI0800SO-1 I Abilene.... ,1 0 I I 0 B 0 (4 Batteries: - Lodes and Mack; Glade and Sommer. Nervous . Iridigestion "Tho action of diges tion -is controlled by serves leading to the -. stomach. "When they are weak, the stomach is de prived of its energy. It " has no power to do its work. It you want per manent relief, you must restore this energy. Dr. Miles' Nerving restores nervous energy, and gives ( the OTjrans power to per ' f orni their functions. For many year Z wu an acuta , . munm from nm-oua !riipwtion; at Vrmm I wnta m defWoixpiit life mwiord aimot a borten. I an klmia o rmMIa an varVwa ptiTtcina with -l:tii nr oo rli-f, untff one nirht wt umm I saw It. ldUa" Nrr1na ana limrt C'nra &1mA. I rwolvl to Tr;,li one mora trial wtltr I dit In tf, pur, iiaf of on botll of Nrvfrta - Bt one of H-art CrrrB. In a lew dava Nran to fH hwtr. whtrh acnir-aip-.l rn no r-uh tt-.At 1 ranMrmd I ha iw tjrtl I bad U-km mora thaa a o-f-'n t uirti 1 ra vrr itueh lm pwl in vrry rai ; in ooly, mlrtd and ai-Lri'a I mka a ;-.lai r,,nt to r'"Tfit:-d tsf m4iv-rra, tn ffl a aiKr a-wcra in knowinat tt m-rrml pr--,r.a aava hn hana- feiad throti-, -r ra'-orftwids-ijaa.-A. 8. MBLTON. A..a, ,N. 'C C--. ajrjrf ar r'a rr roar 0- - "f - f a- ? t"1 tri t i t .,', i rt fa, M Were Entertained Pleasantly. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Irej entertained 3 young people Friday night in honor of their daughter Genevieve and her visiting; friend, Miss Porter. " The house was beautifully decorated with ferns and palms and cut flowers. Going to Japan" was one feature of the evening's entertainment. Upon arriVal at the Jap teWroom the guests were seated In Jap style and each was served with tea and cake. Miss Esther Davis and Miss Kate Shearer were the little Japanese girls who took uare of the "Miniature Japan." About 10 o'clock each was presented with a long stick of white chewing gum and told to chew the gum and make it into a Jap doll. Miss Grace Monroe won the prise and received a large box of Vassar chocolates.-' Card playing and fortune telling were also enjoyed. Miss trey .and Miss Lucie rendered a number of vocal Mlectlon. and Mr. Cowan, Miss Johnta and Miss Porter favored the party with instrumental on alc . At 11 o'clock the floors and the porches were cleared and the youog people" danced. Before leaving each guest was presented with a box of chocolate roast almonds. All re port a delightful evening. Egra Wanted for Cash. Brewer has large orders for sold storage porpOMS and wili pay the highest market price for rgs ei thrr cash or trade. Take yoor egs to Brewer. . K-tf Wanted, '.his effioe. aood. Apply 41-1 ' .17 -jaw"" W a i m ' I THE PROGRAM FOR THE DAY WILL CONSIST OF Band Concertsf Base Ball Gamesf Races9 Vaudeville Acts, . " AND WILL END WITH THE . Celebrated Pain's Fireworks V' Y " , . ' IN THE EVENING. . The Fair Association has spared no expense to provide high grade intertain-ment.- The Agricultural Hall will be thrown, open for the accomodation of the farmers, and tables will be provided for all who wish to bring their dinners with f hem. The stables will also be thrown open for the accomodation of farmers, and there will be plenty of good Sand S prings water provided on the grounds. SEE POSTERS FOR PR0GRM1 IN DETAIL. . ' a. j For Well Drilling Call on J. H. Demoney or phone 1036, 2 miles north of Abilene. 37-8MO jVhatDoYou it Keed f.lost? lt . ffHealth isthe , Prime)Requi8ite' of tSucce88 and- "Pure Food is' the Keystone ? of Health," it ,foUow '. that what you need rmo8t is Pure Food. " It "80 of food . products are adulter ated and responsible for much sickness," Isn't it wise for you to make yourself safer . There is a way Use Pure Food Produots They are not adulter ated or misbranded but are Pure, Whole some, Delicious and Most Economical and Satisfactory to use. COVPONe anc vaxuAou VoueOawtow of Ovar Two T raand Pramiams oafaaaq torttimn f aai a ei itaaH Or aa aouaana foa atum. HONOR FOR DR. HAZLETT. Elected AasisUnt Lecturer of K. U. Medical School. Dr. E. E. Hazlett received notioe this morning from Chancellor Strong of the State University that he has been elected an assistant lecturer of themedical school. The medical school is looated at Kansas City, Kansas, and is growing into one of the west's leading Institutions. The honor is t fine compliment to Dr. Hazlett's pro fessional standing in the state. The medical school has a number of apeciaJiats from different parts of the state address the students during the school year and this lectureship is in that-olass. SOLD PARK BUILDINGS. REMARKABLE RESCUE. That truth la itranger than fiction, has one more been demonstrated ln the Uttle town ot Fedora, Tena, the residence ot C. V. Pepper. He writes: "I wu In bed, entirely disabled with bemorrhacea ot the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me, and all hope1 had fled when I began taxing Dr. King's New Discovery. Then Instant relief came. The eonghlnf soot ised; tho bleeding diminished rap idly, and In three weeks I was able to go to work." guaranteed ear for coughs and colds, too and $1.00 at J. U. OleUener's drag store. Trial bottle froa. Whole Bunch Brought $411.50 at , Public Auction. The city council this afternoon sold the buildings on the oity hall block, the new cltj park, located at the corner of Broadway and Fonrth, at publio sale, J. G. Engle acting as auctioneer. All are frame and are among the oldest ln town. They will be moved off at once when clearing np the park will begin. . The two east buildings were sold for 1140; the two west ones for $130; the small addition to the latter 21.fi0. H. L. Humphrey bought these and will move them to the west side of Broadway opposite the park. The iron Implement warehouse brought 120 and was sold to Jerry Kern who will use it for a barn on his farm near Detroit. DO NOT NEGLECT THE CHILDREN At this season of the year the first unnatural looseness 6f the child' bowels should have Immediate at tention. The best thing that can be given Ie Chamberlain's Colic, Cooler and Diarrhoea Remedy followed bf caster oil as directed with each Dot tle of the remedy. For sale by all Druggists. PIneules for the kidneys strength' en these organs and assist ln draw Ing poison from the blood. Try them for rheumatism, kidney, bladder trou ble, for lumbago and tired worn ont feeling. They bring quick relief. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Sold by C T. Town send. The bites and stings ot Insects, tan. sunburn, cuts, burns and bruises are relieved at once with Plneaalve Car bollzed. Acta like a poultice, and draws out Inflammation. Try ft Price 25c Sold by C. T. Townsend. Man Zan Pile Remedy comes put up la a colli pal tile tube with a noula. Easy to apply right where aoreneae and Inflammation exlata. It relieraej at onoa blind, bleed Inc. Itching or pro-: trading piles. Guaranteed- Priew 500- Get ft today. So'd by C F. Townaee. GEORGE SNYDER, ' Shoer of Track and Heavy Horses SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ' ONE PRICE TO ALL- Phone 283. . Brick Shop, Spruce St, Abilene, Kansas.