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ABlLEWfc WEEKLY REFLECTOS, ABILENE, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 26, 1907.
iiiMiiiin.-i.iiiii nirtT - Jim iiwiii r -lii . in it i Tiinn.-rnT- ' ..,,..,......,-.. o - - ..ff g-mm mM , r,,, , M', M, , ...., OF COURSE YOU ARE COHfG to the FAIR Make our store your restmg place, meet friends here, get acquainted with us, whether you buy any ttong'orriot.v ' , We have arranged a special introductory sale at which great bargains will be offered in new and up-to-date merchandise. Our stocks are now complete for the fall and winter and we have bought in larger quantities thau ever before, our purchases including a great deal more of the finest quality merchandise flian we have had in any previous season Silks. The (Ilk section is displaying' everything new. All the latent weaves, There sre satin : barred plaids, email oh eke, broken effects and the large black pi lids. 75o novelty eolored Dress Taffetas in hair line Btripes, small shepherd cheoks, broken plaid ! checks, all the wanted colors, opening Aa sale prioe ".. , We offer an unusually good quality V inch blaok Chiffon Tafftta', easily worth 98o,. open- Kn log sale price . v 1.25 Blaok Silk Taffeta . ...1.00 This is a most dependable wearing blaok dress and Skirt Taffeta, full 86-inch wide, i AA opening sale price. v . 1.00 Peau de Cyne, plain oolors, 27 inch wide, all . pure silk, lustrous finish, in this open- Qq Wool Dress Goods. 1.26 all wool Panama fbr. ... . . .', . . 75c 50 inches wide in blue and black, regular fKn 1.26 quality, opening sale price.. l Wool Dress Goods 49c. A big assortment in all colors and black, such as Fancy Wool Suitings, all wool Storm Serges, all wool Nuns' Veiling, fine 60-inch Sicilian Mohair, heavy all wool Cheviots, open- in. lng sale price ............ "I . 50c Suitings 39c. " Splendid lor (all dresBes and Skirts, in excellent styles and colors, such as plaiit&r chirks, stripes and solid oolors, opening tale Fancy Broadcloths will be one of the best fabrics (or (all and winter wear; we hate on ills- play an extensive M" - 1 00 , 2,00 Table Damasks. AIJ Linen Dahiask 49c Yard. It's a fine heavy weighr damask, beautifully de- signed, with wide, rich borders, absolutely pure linen. It bleaches pure white after a trip or two to the laundry, it would be a big AQn value at 660, opening sale price... .. Mercerized Damask "65c. 72 inches wide, extra heavy quality, beautifully mercerized, in large floral designs that stand ont like engravings, beautiful border de signs, full two yards wide, for this gQ Made of good quality anion buck, pure white, 18x36, fine, strong serviceable Towels that we sell regularly at 12Jo eaoh, A.' .Sale price.. ..... V lvv Blankets at 1.00 Pair Great big roomy ones, thiokly fleeced, just ex v aotly the covering you want these chilly nights before wool blanket 'time, they are gray and ." tan with beautiful oolored border, and fift only per pair-.. 12k Percales 10c. These are a good quality peroale; we have a lot of brand new styles for fall, 81 inohes wide, medium, grounds in neat figures, dots, cheoks . and stripes, splendid for school dresses, 1 ftp boys' waists and so on, for this sale. . . . VI Cotton Challies. Cot 'on Challiei, 30 inohes wide, and in the pop ular Butterfly and Persian Patterns for ki monas, house dresses, etc n 15o value. vV Tennis Flannels Sic. These are good weight and thiokly fleeced, come in both light and dark oolors, they're pi fine for night jowns, skirts and so on , . OsC Book Fold Percales. A fine line of daak styles and pretty oolors, all fresh and new. the wrappers are still on Win them, will sell thorn next week only at, , ' 2l Ladies' Home Journal Patterns We are oongratulated on all aides by our store friends (or having the agency for the Ladies' Home Journal Patterns. For years women have longed to obtain patterns of the smart and distinctive designers sbowu in the Journal . and now they oan do so. Prices 1 a . j 1 K are only..... 10d 10 New Fall Dress Trim mings. Narrow fancy Trimmings suitable (or child - ren's dresses, big variety of styles, 4c 6c 8c 10c 12?c Persian Band Trimmings, handsome velvet com- Mnatlons, - . 15c 25c 39c 69c 800 . New Buttons. Small or large size metal and jet r - ( Ofin Buttons, per dozen ..lDC.to 0C Steel and jet Buttons, per dozen 12C to 35C j Velvet and Silk ButtonB 8Ct0 15C Who has the qualities as well as the quan tities. ; Who shows the new styles first. mo Ladies' Coats. 10.00 Ladies' Coats 8.50. Full 50 inch blaok Thibet Coat, lined throughout with a good satin lining, altogether one of the most remarkable values we have ever offered, coat is handsomely trimmed with velvet and wide Sultana braid. 12.50 52-inch Coats 10.00. Really we believe this is one of the greatest Coat values we have ever offered or that has ever been offered by any one. A full loese Coat from blaok Kersey, neatly braided, band ool lar of black velvet edged with fancy black braid. Who shows the largest and best assort ment. Who always gives the best values in Abilene. ABOUT PEOPLE- Mrs. 6. W. Minisk left (or Cham- bersburg, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hodge left lor Kansas City. - A. G. Westrup o( Woodbine was visiting In the city. " Miss Alice Lesher left for ..Lincoln Neb., to attend college. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gleissner left tor a trip to Indiana and Hartford, Conn. Mrs. B. S. Horst o( Pennsylvania is visiting her niece, Mrs. J. M. Laadis, oouth. o( town. Mrs. C A. Case is home from a ummer's visit in Chicago and the Michigan lakes. Austin George left (or Kansas City to take a position in the offios of the Son lb. western Milling Co. - Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Chase have moved to Longford where Will is em ployed in the stuooo mill. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Templin of Minneapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry LltU over Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Keel spent yes rerday id Chapman visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Biggart and baby. B. 6. Tonkin returned from Lex ington, Mo., where he placed his sons in the military school (or the year. Mrs. A. C. Taylor of Belleville, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Prendergast, retarned home. Mr and Mrs. Clarence) Schreiner sure here from Denver visiting Mr. So hrei tier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Schreiner. - E. Boee and Dr. L. M.'Baub are home from a trip-to Texas. They both expect to take trip to the Pacific eoast soon. Mrs. Last Despinases of Oakland, Calif, bat formerly of Abilene Is visiting her eon aad aergraadmether, Mrs. M. W. White. - Jodge J. K. Rankia left Tor a trip (o Jaetcwm, Few Tork City, and other eastern points. Mrs. J. A. Flack is acting as probate judge in hia absence. "- Louis Hasslour, a farmer living south of town in Newbern township, is home from a three months stay at his old home in Germany. He says he had a fine time but that it rained a great deal. J. M. Baier, the well known yonng stockman o( Elmo, was in the , oity. He will bring in to the fair a lot of fine hogs and will have a sale Oot. 9 at the fair grounds. - J. C. Lyons and wife of Manhattan have moved to Abilene. At present Mr. Lyons is busy looking tor a house. Mr. Lyons is representing the Great Western Life Insnranoe Co., of Kan sas City. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Winsler are up from Topeka for a 10-days' visit Mr. Winsler is employed by the Topeka Pure Milk company and ia doing well. He has just signed, contract (or another vear with that firm. N. -A. Holland and wife left for LaCygne where they will reside. They have a host of friends in this oonnty aad oity who will be very sorry to have them leave but wish them mach prosperity In their new home. - K. E. Conlson aad C. L. Brown re turned from Kansas City where they went to select a Ford runabout par chased by Dr. P. B. Witmer. It Is expeoted tomorrow. Dr. Witmer paid SO for. automobile hire' last month and thought be might better own a machine. 8. M. Armstrong,' who baa been with the Oliver plow oompany for the past several years, has returned to Abilene with his wife aad will engage in the real estate business. Mr. Arm strong was bora ia this ooanty, has an extensive knowledge of conditions all over the western aonnty and will make a success of hia a. line of business. For sale, larga grey work boras. a B. Chambers. U e RECENT rlliFLEOTIONB. Vrtbur Shane has resigned as postmaster at Elmo. District court will adjourn over next week for the fair Don't forget the new sanitary foun tain at the Palace Drug Store while at the fair. Everything fresh and olean. The rummage sale Saturday net ted the library women $180. 'John Weckel who. has been seriously 111 is improving Remember the band oonoert at fair grounds tomorrow evening. - Go ont to the fair grounds to morrow night and help the band. For aale, yonng driving mare. E N. Sheets, Moonlight 1 E. J. Larson of Elmo bought a Ford runabout of Brown and Coulson yesterday. The Union Paclflo had 196 rare of stock eastbonnd through this city last night It cams from Western Kansas. J. A. Flack's new house on North Buckeye Is nearing completion and will be one of the artlatie houses of the town. Forty-six Abileneitea went to Herington's celebration today. They will return on thb evening Rock In land train. ' Make the Palace Drug Store your headquarters while attending the fair. A good place to leave your packages. Ton are welooma. -a H. Hobbe, formerly of Willow dale, la located at T looms and sends (or the RsTLicron to keep him posted on home news. Jo Badger has arranged (or three Salina so toe to carry passengers dur ing the fair. They will also be used by the auooiatioa la carrying school children on their free rides. Jassee Willi, fell from a scaffold at the Presbyterian shurcb Saturday evening aad SBsUined severe bruises ia his kip, abo spraining an ankle. Be will be eontaed ta Ue boats tar a lew days. For sale, lot of thoroughbred Pekin ducks. Those wanting breeders of best strains oan get bargains before Nov. 1. N. G. Hershey, Abilene, rfd 6. 8-2 Miss Elizabeth Wyandt fell from a tree bouse in their yard yesterday afternoon and sustained aeiere bruises. Luckily no bones were broken and she will be out in a (ew dy. Miss Esther Johnson gave a party to a number of little friends at her home on North Cedar yesterday afternoon, the occasion being her eighth birthday. All had a delight ful time. All prise winners under our special premium offer should call at the store for their prise, after the awards are mad by judges. Palace Drug Store. The printing plant of the Home Rule is being moved to Salioa and the paper will hereafter be printed in the oAoe of Mr. Burton's Union. It will oontlnne however to be edited here and this will be the publioatloa offloe as before. G. A. Morris formerly of Chap man writes from Boulder, Colo: "We are pleasantly located here and have a delightful place In the shadow of the mountains. Do not want to miss a single issue of the RirLscroa." Everything In 'the drag line from a headache tablet to a booket of Dr. Hens' stock food can be found at the Palaoe Drag Store. Prions always right Try us. F. L. Ball has given np the Bel Voir hotel in Denver which be has conducted for three years and W. H. Carpenter has leased it Mr. Bail. Is jut Hoovering from typhoid fever with which he has suffered for several weeks. Just look at this from the Her ington Times: I. G. Mclntyre will bring home a new $5,000 automobile that he has just invested In. Abilene 'mobiliaU should take notice aad govern themeelveo accordingly. It is a very latest Improved German ear aad oat of the beet suds. J. H. Lenhert writes from Enid, Oklahoma: "Statehood and statewide prohibition are sifre. Please And $1.00 for the renewal of the Befleotob. We like this country; it is generally healthy; corn is good, whest was poor on aooount of the bugs, no oats, plenty of small fruit, some apples." Smoke up at the fair. You can find your favorite cigar at The Palaoe. Sale agent In Abilene for "Frits Bros. Best." ' cam J. B. Lynn, living south of Aome, was thrown from his wagon Tuesday night in a runaway and severely bruised. He Is getting along well and will soon be out. Di. Wltmer's team beoame fright ened on the road yesterday and tangled things np so that he had to sen I to town and have his auto ooma out and bring him in. Nothing ser ious happened to the horses or buggy. State superintendent of pnblic instrnetion is sending out pamphlets to all the oonnty superintefdents in the stats asking for Information re garding consolidated school hi differ ent oountles. The superintendent is a firm believer la school consolida tion. Her I the program for next week: Fair three daya; Parker's shows all the week; theetorlum all the week down town and three days at fair grounds; skating rink open every night of the week; Moray Stock Co. at Seelye all the week. Nothing slow about Abilene. For sale, three houses, one 9, on 6 and one i room on West 4th street, Abilene, Ka. Will seU at a bargain If taken soon. Writ to Mrs. Fred Joanta, Ky. street, Lawrence, Kaa. i5 12US-SO The Topeka Capital eeys In a dispatch from Cottonwood Falls: F. W. Parks, a farmer living la the south west part of this oonnty, baa sold his 480-eere (arm to L N. Rowley of WUI ooanty, Iillaois, for $36 an acre or $16,800. Less than a year ago Parka, w!uwm from Dtckinaoa county, Kaa., bought the (arm from William Burner (or $25 per aore, making $12,000. He raised, pne good orop on It this year, and now sells the land at an ad vance of it, 800. Schlen ner Geta Judgment In district court the case of William Sehleasner vs. Robert Rlndt was end ed, a verdiot for $1,000 being given plaintiff. He sued for $2000 for tb seduction of his daughter. C. S. Crawford and C. C. Towner were tb attorneys for the plaintiff and G. W. Hurd, S. S. Smith and C. A. Crowley for defendant. Another case grow ing out of the same controversy I Johanna Blndt vs. Sheriff Favor, olaiming the property levied on in this suit, and also in the suit of Bertha Sohlessner vs. Robert Rlndt O. L. Tbisler vs. U. P. B. B. will be on tomorrow, a damage suit tried ouoe before. District Court. The case of M. W. Matthews vs. M. 8. Combs, a suit over a partner ship, ended In distriot court with a judgment (or the plaintiff (or $100. 8. 8. Smith was attorney for plaintiff; Hurd A Hurd for defendant District Court. The case of Mrs. Edith Mauck against H. A. Lott In which si oharged him with slander and asktd $20,000 damages was settled by the jury In about twenty minutes last evening, bringing In a verdict for Mr. Lott E. C. Little was attorney for plaintiff; C. K. Bugh for defendant An appeal from Herington justice court over a partnership was on trial today. ' Berriffan-Makina. Francis Makins of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Makins, and Mis Kate Berrigaa of Solomon were married Wednesday at tb Catholic ohurch at Solomon. They are popu lar young people and have the best wlshea of a boat of friends. Office Hours of Superintendent The office hours of 8upt W. A. Staoeyar from S0 to 50 a. m. and from t to $ p. at