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Your Laat Chance
for. Cheap. Lands!
To Dickinson County' People: I .
ment in cheap farm lends- I have giw r
land oneiderable aft .ntlon "Untory in lb. south-
have h.CpiK.ranlty ol inf ndltl97n. Md Mure
wt taw .fJJJ-SSl -,, Urn.. The land
, I Hn,l around Pla nvlew, Texas. M ' Jd w.nt ,nd Bne
ft "KTta-O-ll State.. I
nod healthy a place to live as J" A durln. thBt ttme have
have been at Plalnvlew almost a year. a J M5 , t).
Clpec t? " . op " o- 'et of the best bar.
on want to know. - ,.,.... V, "'V-- .". m...
of the Unset hogs, oaltle anil borses are ralsea Here. ,
teuSToJ milS. .sanfe you Itaf I -fi treat you
right. .Let roe hear from yoOv;.j-. .
Herbert D. landes
'I.-:' PLAINV1EW. TEXAS
COURT IS IN SESSION-
Fall Term Opens by Granting Some
' From Mondij'l Dilj)
Distriot court opened lu fall term
today with Judge Moore presiding.
The morning waa devoted to Bet
ting the dockot.
Two divorces were granted: Ella
Gray T, George Gray, Delia Burria
y. LeVl W. Burria.
From Tu7 s muM . .; .
Distriot conrt adjourned most of
the day waiting on a steoogrspher
from Topeka; the regular atenog
rapher, N. H. Wilson, ia ill In Colo
rado. Mrs. M. E. Foster was granted a
divorce from Albert Foater.
An error fom ' justice's oourt in
fihookey & Landes vs. Yonng was
argued before the court. ,
GILLETTE is'bN TRIAL.
Carlton Case Up for Another Test
. in District Conrt
. From Wednesaar's Dally.
The case of the state against Fred
Gillette ia on trial again lu distriot
court. Gillette" is aooused by a young
woman of Carlton of rape and was a
telegraph operator In that town. He
was tried last winter on this charge
and the jury disagreed. The leading
citizen's of southwest Dickinson signed
his bond. County Attorney Parent is
assisted by C. E. Hugh for the prose
cution; 3. 8. Smith Is forth defense.
Old Soldiers Day Oct. 4.
The G, A. K. has requested the fair
management to give the t old soldiers
a day with special privileges at the
fair. The tetrd da, Oct. 4, has bseii
aalnetedind the' veterans will have
jthelr own speakers' for the occasion.
Horseshoe Pitching- Contest
The fair association has hung up a
$10 prlae for the best horseshoe
-pitcher of the cionty and all the
'club In the'connly are registered to
correspond with Dr. Wenn. ;j The oon
teat will be held on one of the big
days of the fair . -
GILLETTE NOT -GUILTY.
Carlton Man Wins on Second Trial
of Case. -Fred
Gillette, the Carlton telegraph
operator accused of rape by Miss
Bateer, was acquitted in 80 minutes
by the jury Wednesday afternoon.
It was the second trial 6f the caae,
the Inrv in the first trial disagreeing.
The Carlton people eeem to have be
lieved in Gillette's innocence an
innr and after the first trial not only
signed hie bond but presented to
Connty Attorney Parent a petition
signed by 7S leading businessmen ana
farmers of Carlton and about as many
from Elmo, asking that the oase be
dismissed.' Gillette was in Colorado
to which state he had been-transferred
when arrested. County Attorney
Parent, assisted by C. E. Hugh, repre
sented the stale; i, S. Smith was
i Want More Rain.
Cablton. Sept. 11 The rain of
Monday ' morning did much good.
More rain Is needed badly as some
people have not finished plowing for
wheat. ' They say it is almost impos
sible to finish without rain.
Blue Valley grinderburrs at Hodse
Lots 9 and 10, block 18; and tots
H and 13, block il, Falrvlew addition
to Abilene, to higheat bidder. Send
your oners to Thomas U. Buiri, 406
Arcade Building, Seattle, Wash. 1 2-
Bead the ad of W. Sullivan, who
sells the best farming mill on earth to
clean alfalfa. 1-4
For Sale. '
A black mare, weight about 1200.
10 years old next spring, in foal by
jack, good for work or breeding pur
purposes. ' Inquire of Lewis Hayes or
Dr. Hayes at his office. 1-tt
Library Rummare Sale.
The Abilene Poblio Library will
knM tu Innnil Rjimihuril uIa In A.
O. U. W. hli 8turdj, Sept Ut.
A Urge tmotiQt of good material will
be told. Uo
eTa arm fl il jw Cll
Ait the New Fair Orouada, Abilene, Ksi.,
II Sdfurday, SGptcmbgr 2lsti
Beginning at 1 o'clock I will sell ,
00 Head 00
f 5 . , Consisting of SO brood sows, fifteen am doe to farrow in- Sep- J
Otember and October. Fifteen will be sold open. Fifteen spring J J
gilts. These brood sows and gilt an pars bred Poland Chinas, jf
Thirty-five bead of apriog ahoau. These are stock en. This Is sa M
(J onportnnity to bay pore bred sow! sad gilts at farmers' prices as J
J j this sale will not bVsdvertieed in sny state paper.
- J J TERStS: All sous of IIS and ander, aah; sums over 119 ia (
J eredit ol six months will be given, porohaeer giving nets arith sp- 0
SI proved security drawing 10 per cent front date; If paid when doe 5?
only f per cent will be charged; 1 per oeat en lot eaak. J J
V. C. CURPHEY. J
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AJJOOT PEOPLE- ;
Miss Josephine Campbell went to
Alida to begin sohool. .C"
H. D. Wilaon andJ. D. Carney of
Carltoa were Abilene visitqrs, J
Ellas Doidgs. one of . Wlllowdals'a
most uoesaful farmera, was In the
city.. -r '
wi.i L.1)Wolf left for Baldwin
where she will attend Baker HniVer-
John Shank was In from Navarre
and called at -Befliotob headquar
ters. ... . ' -M:a
Hubertine Pinkhsm left for
Topeka where she will enter Wash
burn. ; - i,-- z-;.--1
-Bev, D. R. Lstbam left for Michigan,
where he will attend a preaohers' re
union,,- .: . . ' -v;1-
Fern Ramsev is home from Busseil
connty where be has been spending
the summer. - , ' -'. "
Miss Helen Gleiesner left for, O
ford. Ohio,- where she oontinues her
school work. ; r- -j
Or. and Mrs. A. S. Gisb left for v
three weeks' trip to York, Pa., to visit
friends and relativea.
fir, E. Makins Went to Kansas City
to attend the Western Veterinary
association convention. ;
Mrs J. N. Burton and daughter,
Nellie, returned from Illinois where
they spent the summer.
Mr .nd Mrs. I. 8. Hallamoame
home from Kansas City. Mr. Hallsm
stopped there on his way baca rrom
Europe. ' - - ' '
Miss Grace Brewer of Abilene and
Miss Laura Hare, Enterprise, will go
ts Topeka tomorrow to enter Wash
. Mr. J.mai Cnlbertson of New
fork who has been visiting "with her
sister, Mrs. W. B. Giles, left tor Los
I. F. Rombereer of Chanuts is here
vlsltinif relatives and friends. He ts
at the hesd ot the Chsnute Granite
Worke and is doing well. . - ;
J V. Mather and wife 'of Pasadena,
California, who have been visiting at
the home of H. L. Humphrey, left lor
the west this afternoon.
W. H. Goodwin, son of John Good
win of Haves, has been appointed
assistant state etymologist at .Wor
cester, Ohio, a fine position. !
Mrs. Bertha Stnteville of Carlton
was ii) the oity. She will' quit farm
inz and have a sale Oct. 8, selling off
all the farm stuck and implements.
John Evans. s "former Dickinson
bov but not of California, is visiting
friends here on his way home from a
trip to see his parents In Pennsylvania.
A. D. Coleman is home from Colo-
r.do., Hd says Pike's Peak is a
miehtv solid proposition and he has
Sims doubts about ts beooming a
hole in the ground very soon.
Mrs. O. M. Balhbone and daughter
Hattie are here from San Francisco
veiling Mrs G. W. Cooper. Mrs.
Rathlmne was formerly Miss Lulo
labbittof this oityand will be warm
ly greeted by many old frienda.
Mrs. W. W DeLile of Jamestown,
N. T.. and' Mrs. Frank Kauffman of
Dunkirk. N. Y , who have been guests
of their sister and cousin, Mrs. Dr.
Fnrnk Parker, left over the Santa Fe
fo'r Perkins, Okla., where they will
Prof. M. F. Aumiller and wife have
gone UT Pearl where they will have
obarge of the Dnloa school, both
teaching during the coming year.
Prof. Aumiller is ons of the county's
best teachers and bis wife sn Sbie as
sistant County Clerk King occupies
their house on Enterprise street.
J. H. Bficker is horns from the
Texas panhandle where he has pnr-
ohaed some land, tie la entauaiaatio
over the prospects there sod believes
It is the best new eountrf ont of
doors. He will return In a few weeks
tn look after crone and help locate
new settlers who aro rapidly oomlng
Miss Marie Cdthbert has been ap
pointed stenographer in tbs offios ol
the state superintendent of insurance
at $79 month. ' With her sister
Mabel who cams np to spend Sunday
she went to Tepeka and beraa work
day. Mabel la stenographer for the
superintendent of the state Insane
asylum and the sisters will be to
JohaGish and Miss Mary Caskey
were married at the home of the
bride's parent a near Acme Tuesday
evening. Tbey have tbs good wishes
of msny friends.
It thinking ot baying a aeat lease
for a cemetery lot call oa Hodge Bros.
X : - ; f v V UP-TO-DATE ; K
Famous Make of Oothes That Merits the Attention
of Every Man who values Honest Quality
and High Class Workmanship.
- - ' : : :
Harry Litts returned from K
the world's greatest market
where we secured the highest
, I &
grade or gooa, nonesi mei
chandise. We try to keep our
store up to the highest stand
ard. When a man buys once
here we try to hold his trads
by giving him the very best g
fnr hla mnnfiV. We Will ShOW
W a a a e w "-- - , - - -
the largest Stock of late nov
ties that the market affords.
You will bi pleased with the
new fall fabrics. The coats
run about same length, pants
cut full and easy fitting.
Cloth comes in hard finished
worsted Scoteft plaids, iin-
finished worstedsahd shadow
r- jj.. ion?
Men's Choice Grays 7.50 -
' " Brown
Mixed" -10 00.
Men's Choice Plaid 10.00
The best black Suit in
Our Fall Hats and
Men's good Dress Hat 1-00
" " 1.50
Nobby styles at 3-00
Tall Overcoats-Light Weight and Waterproof is the
. Cravenette Coat, Everybody Likes Them
' Our fall stock of Boys' School -Clothing Is now ready for
the little man who attends school. Boys' School Suits 1.50 up
td5.00. No better ever was made.
Abilene's Fashionable Qothier and Hatter
WEDDED AT SAUNA.
J. A. HoUlnrer Married to Hiss
Tnesdsr. at noon, at Salina, Miss
Ida Adams was onited In marriage to
Mr. Joseph Alien Hollinger, of Chap
man, by Bev. r. C. McKean.
The eeremonv took place at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. D. Adams, In the presence
of relatives and tbs intimate friends
ot the bride.
Preceding the ceremony "0 Prom
ise Me," was -song by Miss Helen
Leaf, and as she elosed Lohengrin's
wsddlng march waa started by Hiaa
Neria Eberbaidt. Beta Holiineer, a
oonsia of the groom, was flower girl;
the bridesmaid, Hiss Ethel Hollinger,
a sister el the groom; George Gross,
of Abilene, groomsman.
The bride's cowa was mads tn Paris
and was ot Venetian point laoe, with
nderalipe of chiffon sad taffeta, one
wore a veil and carried bride's ruses.
Her maid was gowned la while with
anderdrees of p Ink silk, and her hand
bouquet was of pink roses.
Many beautiful prensents were re
oelvsd by the bride. Among them
being tbs bride's wedding gown, a
oheet ot silver and an upright piano,
from her relatives, also an immense
Japanese parlor cabinet, hand oarved,
from the grooms reirtives. me urine
nresentedthe vonnir ladles who as
sisted her each with a pink and white
hand painted fan.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollinger left on the
afternoon Union Paoide train for a
honeymoon trip of two weeks ia Colo
rado. They will be "at home" to
their friends ia Chapman after Octo
Came Her to Wed.
Bev. Hubert Ketelle, Presbyterian
pastor at Madison, Wis., and Miss
Mary Aberdeen Webber were married
this morning st ths horns of the
bride's parents, Mr. snd Mrs. L. H.
Ingersoll, northwest of ths city, Bev.
Dr. Blayney officiating. Only the
family aad some relative from. Ne
braska wars present. There was a
wedding breakfast and ths house wss
decorated beautifully with Scotch
thiatles sod sunflowers. Both bride
snd groom are graduates of Madison
university and ths bride has been
teacher of Latin in Poinette academy
near Madiaon. They left for Madlaon
tsdav and have the best wishes of
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