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SAKSAS, 11 1807. A-BOnT PEOPLE. " . i i - 8. Stickler ru op from Bamona. ' T i.. (irtnn of Salomon wm Id (be , oity. . ,. . William Steckle ol Woodbine ia the city. . ' - i A. Snherer I borne from I lend celling trip to Texa. ; 1 1 Balpb Hemenway of Empnrie, form erly of Hope, waa In town. ,, rh.rle Bradshaw waa up- from , Heringtou on real eetate buln, Amos Rab left for Topeka to take up hl newbutlnot position there. ; Mr. D, W. Nalll returned to Her ington after a vllt with friend here. Se. J, JJ. Rankin Wa down from Solomon oallingoa hi ton, Probate Judge Bankin. Chria Weber wet-up from Shady hrnnk navlnir . taxes and made this I tl D offloe a pleasant call. M. O. MoGrath was up from Hope looking after business Interests and made the Rkkx.ro tou a call. ... John Haywood. wa up from Hope. Ha went to Topeka with hit ion for treatment of the boy eyet. H. R. Little ot Manchester wai in oity. He aay Northwest Dickinson is flourishing in the UBual manner. Mr. and Mrs. E. D, Bruckhart are borne from their tummer's visit tn their old home ftate, Pennsylvania, ' T. C Maley and wife returned to their home at Sharon Spring after a few day' iit , here. Mr. Maley' health is fine out there but he suffers muoh on reaching a lower altitude. James T, Edworthy 1 here from Flandreu.fi. D., on business and visiting old friend. He was one of the early residents of Solomon and I now Instructor in the Bigg Institute Indian school. ' Many old friend were glad to see him. 1 ' J. t A." Whitehair, postmaster Chapman, was in town on Me way to Oklahoma where be will apend hi va cation. , Mrs. John Herman and daughter and her two children returned to SDlntrBeld. Mo., after a visit with " . t friend. ;.- "to-, .. i 0. H. Amsbaugh .of-Abilene was exercitlng hit driving hone on the street and visiting friend in Solo- moo Monday. G. B. Leathery ,of Carlton wa In town and made thlt offloe a pleasant call. He 1 not troubled over . the financial flurry. Mf. and Mr, J. J. "Schneider and laughter are home '.from Newton where the funeral of Mrs, Pentecost was held Sunday. . - Mr. and Mr. C. C. Wyandt left for tor Kansas City, accompanying their truest. Mrs. Campbell, that far on her way home to Ohio. J. B. Van Voorst returned to Kan. City. Van. bought several ear of cattle while here and think the finan cial outlook 1 most encouraging. Mr. and Mr. F. A. Wilcox returned home last evening and are residing at the Morrison house on South Spruce. They will be at home after Deo. 1st.' W. E. Nottorf and Henry Jaoobton, two of South Diokinson' leading farmers, were in the elty and called on the Refliotob.. They aay South Dickinson never, looked so prosperous and wheat wa never more promising than now. . C. L. Anderson, one of the prosper- on young farmer of Center town ship, wa pleasant caller on the B flbctob and paid up for two years ahead. He eayt there are indications of green bugs In the wheat but not in serious quantities. , Bargain Sole Sweeping PANIC PEICES HOW IN JTOBCE AT THE ..' Arcade, 205 Cedar St., Abito,. Kansas ladies' and Children's Coats . - Overstocked in Ladles' and Child. ren'a Coats. They must be sold iui " mediately it the oauae of 'tnilf great ' break iu prices. Every garment we show I of this season' latest produo '. tion In style. 4.00 value, black kersey cloth . . 7.76 value black, browns, tans, . line broadcloth., . . . . . - JO 60 value in black and colors, line grade sponged cloths, trimmed neatly in . braids, etc, sale price .......... 34.60 value in black andoolors, extra fine quality cloths, trimmed most elaborately, i sale price ...... , 17.50 value in black and colore, extra fine quality sponged ninths, trimmed in extra fine quality silk braid, sale price 14.25 2 98 6.48 8.76 10.J0 Panic prices in Men's Overcoats and Suit. Panic prices In Boys' , Clothing. fP.w. 1 1 , Underwear, Sweaters, Gloves and Mitti'iift. big -saving to purchasers Call and fvt prices. . v v v 7.26 Men's kersey cloth Over . ooata, tale price 10.60 Men' fine beaver cloth Overcoats, sale price. ...... . BURNED TO DEATH. The infant child ot Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Chritaman wa burned to death Wednesday at the home on North Mulberry. t The child wa In the baby oarriage by the stove asleep and he mother was out of the house. 'The olothing oaught fire and burned the child to death before it oonld be rescued. ; RECENT 8LFLECTI0N8. 1.28 Ladies' Fura . A big assortment to seleot from. 67 1.00 value on sale ait ; 1.60 value on sale at... 8.00 value on aale at... ...... 1.48 3.50 value on aale at.. 2.87 J.00 value on aale at . 8.98 7.60 Value on aale at ... .... 6.78 10.75 value on sale at. ... 2.80 value Fur Muffs now at. . . 1.7S J.AO value Fur Muff now at. . . 2.23 4 60 value Fnr Muff now at. . . , 2.98 - Children's Coats ... In plain and faney weave, neatly trimmed np to date garment at Bar gain Panlo prices. 4.60 Coats, out prices.,, i 4.00 Coat, out prioee. ., J.JO Coat, out prioea. ....... 2.60 Coats, ent prioea . . . . . . . , . 1.60 Coat, ent prioea. 3.00 Misses' Jackets, eut price 1.60 Misses' Jacket ent price.. 6.88 4.16 . .7 1.78 .98 .98 .68 Vnitrwtu y Ladies' fine" ribbed .Underwear, ieeoed lined,, medium and heavy weight, ail tise cn nana. . , - Sale prices.. 27c, 88c, 47o, 6Su Ladle' Union Suits in fine ribbed, fleeoed goods, in medium and heavy weight. - . , . ' Sale prioee.'. , 27e, 88c, 50c, 68s, 86c Ladiea' fine quality all wool Under wear ia medicated soviet and natural oolort, Salt prioee.. .V 98o and 1.28 Children' and Mitaet' Union SniU 1a line ribbed fleeced goods, medium ana nenvy weigav Sal pric........ ....SSc, lOo, SSc Chillrra't eed Miseet Teat and Fania ia keavy fleeced lined, ribbed, Sale price.., .........12c, 17a. 23c 8.(0 value Men') extra quality Corduroy Pant, on sale. . . . , 1.98 3.60 value Men' best quality Cord u rny Pant 2. 48 Men's Suits In fall and winter weights. 6.60 Men' kersey Suit, tale price..,.. ... , 8.98 8.00 Men' cheviot and fancy - Mixture. , .. 6.86 10.60 Men' Melton Suit and Castimeres, ... . . .. .... 8.48 13.00 Men' Engllsh.and Scotoh Mixture ... 9.76 Boys' Stilts, Big Bargains 7.60 Suit ent to. . . .. ..... 6.85 6.00 Suits cut to ............ , 8.78 4.00 Suit out to.. .. 8.16 8.00 Suit cut to 2.28 2.00 Suit ent to . ........... 1.40 1.60 Suit cat to 87 Big Bargain Sale in Glove and Kittens 4.25 full tiio wool Blanket . . . 5.60 tine quality wool Blanket. , 1.28 4.28 Bed Comfort, big sizes and heavy wetgnt, ami prices... soo, l.io, 1.48 Men' wool Shaker Sooka, a bar- gain lot, worth 20o, on (ale ....... .12io pair Ladies' and Children' fleeced lined Hose, ent eal prioee ....12o, 16e and 20e pair Cotton Blankets, eat aale price 4e, oao. 730, 96, 1.23 pair Heavy Outing Flannels, eut aate prteea. ee, sc. 9(0, yard Ladies' ready to wear Skirta. Our assortment ia verv com plete la the new weavee, ' prieee ent way down, via: 1.88, 1.78. 2 86, 1.18, 4.26, 5.00, 6.50 end npwarda. We alter and It free ol charge. Silk Wauta ia black and white prioee from 1.45 to 6.50 Waitta ia fancy wesvea, Ifjrht, , medium and aark eolort from 6 Ac to 2.26 pJ LV,Mi J III I kJi viltJ Frank Graham is building a hand some cottage on Sooth Buokeye, Marriage license: Orva M. Dill Ine. Elisabeth Eiseline, both ot Solo mon.. " : ' Cha. J. Klover ha filed a divorce suit against Rose, alleging abandon ment. C. E. Hugh if hi attorney.1 Work ' on ' the ' rebuilding ; I Browu' dam is nearly oompleted and the nlant will then be In fine oondl tion. ' The county high achool football team goes to Junotibn Saturday tor a return game with the high tohool of that plaoe. ;M. E. Veglard, a former Abilene- lte, now in Oklahoma, fell and broke his leg Saturday but is getting along well. He ia a tinner,' Mis Lillian Beedatrom it enter taining a dozen girl at a slnmber party this evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. E. Coulson on North Oliv. t The apple famine in Kansas ia re. lieved by New York, Pennsylvania and Miohigan. Several oar ot apple have been abipped in from those state and others will come later. Robert Wood ia holding down a claim next hi farm near La Junta, Colo., 16 mile from town. ' He writes that he like it and a he expeota to have his land irrigated in a short time it means a fortune. The Manhattan hank that las'. week rather boasted that they would put no limit on the payments publish notice that they will limit aiogle checks to tlu and weekly payments to $26. All the townt will have to come to it for a thort time, -i , Lem Machmer, through bit attor ney C. C. Towner, ha filed an anawer to his wife't divorce petition in which he denies all her charge of orueltv ana non-support, tie aiso una cross-bill alleging abandonment and asks for the oustody of the minor child, Mabel. -.- -, For Duck Coats, Soya' Overcoat, Glove and Mitten,: Cape, Robes, Bug, Blankets, and all kinda ot Cn. darwear.no advanoein price. Cot ton Batten, lOo per roll; Clark' thread 6o per spool. See us before you bay. L. J. Shad, Broadway, Abilene, Kas, .8-8 Announcement were received in the city today of the marriage of Mr. James R. Mcknight of Pierre, S. D. to Miss Mae Beach of Hurley, in the same state. The wedding took plaoe on the evening of Nov. 6. They will be at home to their friend after Nov, 26, at their home In Pierre. " The Santa Fe northbound passen ger train wa lost this morning for two boon between Navarre and En terprise. It is understood that a punctured tire was partly responsible and that the carbureter failed to work satisfactorily. When those matter were repaired the train came on. J- Sabetha Herald: Bev. W. P. Hamilton will leave next week for Abilene where ha will have oharge of a aeries of meeting to be held in the Methodist ohurch of which Bev. Betti I pastor. The two aingert Mrs. Luoinda Beck and Mia Pearl Beck will have oharge of tb tinging at Abilene. C.' Union! The' William Cotter farm, waat ot the eity, known aa the Glenwood nursery, waa aold yesterday to J. E. Clemons of thl city. The tana ia one of the finest in the oonnty and contains about 100 acres of fine land with good Improve- menta. Mr. Clemons tor a number of rears has owned aaveral knnarea acres ot land adjoining the Glenwood nursery, and altogether this will make him on ot the 11 nest farms In this part of the ttate. -. 8m. JKSt . sKB MBk .MM. MHa, JSK. .49l i(HSt A ji afS .tasss S jKSk, jsps Bk Kk Mm. iM JsFk tjp Tgjf Yjjf gpf' jpf ja pr War W jpr Upr anr 'Qf yfjp iffr yf ajpr tfjfr iH Iqjgf OUR MOTTO: Low Prices,' Good Ooods UP-TO-DATE Watoh U Grow Watch Onr Businesi Methods Win Uc Me Clioc!:s f ni ii i : .VBackbonA'-of the Clothing business is Clothing of value to retail at I0.OO, 15.00 and 2O.0O. We specialize these three ranges. Supplying what we believe a great saving to our cus tomers, as these are the best to be had for the money. This kind of merchandise of value and satisfaction has been the K fundamental foundation of our rapid growth. Hand Tailored Suits ' When you wear one of my hand tailored Suits at 10.00 or " ' 15.00 and walk down the street, it will attract attention and look as good as some you have seen sold for twice the amount. Overcoats If you want to be right, look V as though you knew your busi ness, then get into one of my 10.00 or 15.00 Overcoats, tthey will give you the grace and r ease that you never experienced ''4 before in your life. . - ':!. , J'i 1'.' . Our Sweaters and Jackets Men's good Sweaters, those that keep you warm these cold days. 1.00 to 3.00.; - . ,t; ...... , f Underwear That Is Warm One of the special things we sell is warm Underwear. This you remember lies next to the skin, and you need the best. Per garment, 50c to 2.50. My Duck Coats and Corduroy Pants never were so good, extra well made and P"CW Remember the store that always makes good. . Copvrighl 1907 louse of Kill Tht Howe Chicsae I Ob n Tbe Store That Does the Businesi Abilene's Fashionable Clothier and Hatter We Undersell Them All Thanktfirlnf. Poet Cards, large ataoitment New 8und, ia new bank boilding.a-J Farm for Sale. Aldrioh farm. 160 aeraa, with bnUd- Inga, all improved; 1 aallea from BUea, Otuwa aonaty. Beat tarns In that . locality, at a gnat bargala. Term one-balf eata, balaao to suit Addnaa, W. I, L. Cbask, m Ituredge BnUding. Mt Dearer. Cole. y K. OF H. THE VICTOR. Trimmed the Phillip School of 8a Una in Good Game. the Knight of Honor football team took the Phillip ward achool team late camp Saturday with a score of l-6. The K. of H. ontweigneo tn hove from 8allna bnt otherwlae tht teams were pretty evenly matohed. K. of H. made a touobdown ano drop kick from the Held to the first halt and repeated tbe tame in tht teooad. The Saline team aeora oame ia tbe flret naif. The ur work for K. of H. waa don by John McDonald. Tbe two drop kick a made wsre both about SO yarda and were certainly Deaauee. Balph Wilson, left end for Saline, was alto ia the limelight. Hi tackling and Bit gain were bright featnret ot the mlinp. The Salina boy art a geatlemanly lot and pat np a good clean game. ForSak. Slogla eomb. White Ughora aoek- erala, 0e and tl awik. Mrs. Mabel SnlUvaa, rid T, Abilene. 7-s The Lecture Conrae. The eomlng ot Father Vanghan on the SI as tb aeoond number in the Lecture Course will b a decided literary treat Thl talented priest oommands a high salary and is worth it, for a a dramatle orator be I not ezoalled. The tale of ticket for the Lecture Course has been the largest lor many yeara, over 740 tlcketa having been taken. The theatre will hold more ih.n 7.V). and at there ooatlnues to be a demand for season ticket they on tUU be aeoured at Hnbbard' store. The board will be open at the theatre .mnm at 1 o'clock oa the 20th. A complimentary number will be given to we aeaaon win v . 17. FREE FAKMERS EXCUBSlun To Cheyenne Welle. Nov. i wtu carry erowdi to a ehaap land that prod no remarkable orope. Our term are one fourth down, belanot in j gre annual paymanU. Our land old last year for IS.00, thlt year 4.00, next year t.00. Write today for partieulart. g-tf Mount Uiro Co. Cneyeaae Well. Coto. "BOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. Library Association b to Hare a Children's Play. The Library association hat ar ranged tor a treat for th people of the oity in an operetta called "Th House That Jack Built." It will to given at tbe theatre Deoember 4 and 7 Friday evening and Saturday matinee, under the direction ot Mr. Jessie Gaynor of St. Joseph, who ia an artist in tha training of children tor entertainment ot thl tort. A number of little folks will be on the stage and tome very pretty costume. It will be one of tha finest musi al en tertainment aver given la the city. Box Social. There will be a box social at Center achool beast Friday night, J?ov. it Ladle are requested to bring boxea. Everybody noma and dont forget your pocket book. Mabt Bona, Teacher. Iran Want. Will pay IS seats par buadred for east terap Iroa; heavy maohia out ings only. Ti-suctf a W. Faacu.