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Flan for
Summer Comfort
Don't add the hut of kitchen1
fire to the sufficient discomfort of
hot weather.
Ute i New Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stove and cook in
comfort
With a "New Perfection"
Oil Stove the preparation of
v.nla nt thm htir weekly
limn J UAW) v. -
"baking," i done without ral-,
ins the temperature percepuoiy
ADOtQ mat UI VW1C.
Inthohouie. Another great dvanle of th
NEW PHffECnOW
Yick Bine Flame 00 Cook-Sfove
Is Its handsome CABINET TOP, which give it every
convenience of the modern iteel range. Ha an ample
top ihelf for warming plate and keeping cooked food hot,
drop ahelvei for holding mall cooking utensil, and ta
even fltted with racki for towel. Made in three iizei,
and can be had with or without cabinet lop. 11 not
at your dealer's addreai our neareit agency.
Th,i?av& Lamp
CT2r whether high
Of low-ii therefor free from disagreeable odor and can
em ,moke. Safe, convenient, ornamental the ideal light
II not at your dealer' addren our netreet agency.
jSTANDAKD uVyi?
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HIGH SCHOOL BALL TEAM
MET ITS WATERLOO
Kansaa University Freshman Defeat
ed Them 4 to 1.
. Lawrence, May 1 (Special)
The Abilene high school ball team
was defeated for the first time this
season In a game with the Freeman
team of the university, score 4 to 1.
Abilene' score was made in the 3d
inning. The Freshmen out-batted tte
visitors, one home run bringing two
of the scores. McDonnul and Som
mers put up fine battery work. Will
Moore of Chapman tvus the only
Dickinson boy on the Freshman
team.
A BRIDE SPRAINS
HER ANKLE
While changing from one train to
taut Aavu aeo a bride
wronrhed her ankle very badly. She
was afraid ' she would be lame for
some time for the ankle pained her
and was swelling rapidly. One of her
fellow passengers brought her a bot
tle of Sloan's Liniment. The Llnl
ment stopped the pain at once and
took down the swelling and the next
day her ankle was almost as strong
as ever. '
Mr. L. Roland Bishop of Scranton,
Pa., says: "On the 7th of this present
month, as I was leaving the building
at noon for lunch, 1 slipped and fell,
spraining my wrist. 1 returned In
the afternoon, and at four o clock I
could not hold a pencil in my hand.
1 returned home at five o'clock and
purchased a bottle of Sloan' Lini
ment and used It five or six times
before I went to bed, and the -next
day I was able to work and use my
hand aa usual. I thought sure I
would be laid up, and a we are busy
I was very much worried. I cheerful
ly recommend Sloan's Liniment to all
persons who may Injure themselves
in any way."
Impure blood runs you down
makes you an eaBy victim for organic
diseases. Burdock Blood Bitters pur
ines the blood cure the cause
Guilds you up.
FAIR MEN HAD A MEETING.
Dickinson Officers Were at Concordia
to Attend It.
J. J. Kualer. president, and W. C.
Curphy, secretary and F. B. Glimpse,
treasurer of Dickinson County Fair
Association went to Concordia yes
terday and met with the Fair Asso
ciations In the Northern Kansas Rac
ing and Fair Association. After a
thorough discussion of the complaints
as to dates of the different fairs, the
arrangement was finally made as
follows:
Manhattan to hold an agricultural
fair same week with Concordia but
Manhattan loses the races tnat week.
All other date unchanged except that
of Sallna takes the date of Aug. 30
to September 3, the date Manhattan
riven un. Manhattan people were
j obliged to do this on account of not
anting to lose the Agricultural uoi
lege exhibit which they were unable
n vet at nv other date.
Sallna delegates were well pleased
ar.,1 eTnrfiRsed themselves under odii
gatlons to the Abilene delegates for
their support In settling tne wnoie
matter.
PROF. STEM'S GOOD LECTURE.
Told of Adult Bible Clae Work at
Sallna Church.
JSJiiW JrJClioN A I 1
Sorie for Young and Old That Are worker, Blinn,
Prof. W. D. Stem of Ohio, deliver
ed a most Interesting lecture at the
Breahvrerlan church last Bight On
(ha "Adult Bible Class." Hi aa-
nraaa was more of an informal talk
and he SDoke interestingly tor an
hnnr and a half of the work accom
plished by tne Adult Bible classes in
the United State, tie qwen ai
i.r.rtt unnn the advantage of an or
ganlzed Sunday school class over the
unorganised classes. He spoke mou
estlv of his work In Ohio, her he
nr..I..A an adult Bible class of
uuu memoera. oauua
in. 'Cl
Sevan Pull fclood Holsteln Belter
and two Full Blood Holsteln steers,
also milking machine.
ESTATE A. G. KITH,
Igtfw Enterprise, Kan.
soooooooo xxxppoooooopg
THE uillltu mm
Packing Go.
Has opened a cream station in connection
with its poultry and egg business at corner of
South Second and Cedar streets, Abilene, Kas.,
and is prepared to pay the highest market price
for cream at all times. We will test your
cream and pay you cash for it on delivery.
Come in and talk it over with us and get our
prices before you sell.
Very respectfully yours,
V . ft - , - ..,, W
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MANAGER
OCO00OOO OOOOQQP80000
Now Beady.
Fiction. " ,
The Music Master, Klein
Friendship Village, Gale.
Joshua Craig. Phillips.
The Forge In the Forest, Roberta.
The Red Mouse, Osborne. '--i
Wild Life on the Rockies, Mill.
Dreaming River, Moe. ' ;
The Actress, Hale. '
With the Night Mail, Kipling.
Ramona, Jackson.
In the Closed Room, Burnett.
Peter Moor's Journey to South
west Africa, Frenssen. '
Mis Minerva, Calhoun.
Daughter of a" Magnate, Spearman
Good Jim, Conrad.
The Coming Harvest, Basin.
The Winter Feast, Kennedy.
The Man from Home.
The Moonstone, Collins.
Nicholas Nlckleby, Dickens.
Wiles of Sexton Maglnnls, Egan.
In Circling Camps, AltsheIer.lK
The Wilderness Road, Altsheler.
Letters of a Japanese school Boy,
Irwin. ,
Delafleld Affair, Kelly.
The Butler' Storr. Train.
Old Lady in Number Si, Foras-
lund. .
Catherine's Child, Pasture.
Marcella, Ward.
My Soldier Lady, Durley.
Slmson Tetlows Shadow, See.
The Chippendales, Grant, "; ,
Mr. Isaacs, Crawford. , . j
Septimus, Locke.
Through Welsh Doorways, Marks.
0 Heart Sand, Hasklll.
The Vlnland Champion, Slljen.
crantz.
A Sister to Evangeline, Robert.
The Royal End.Harland.
Mansfield Park, Austin.
Emma, Austin.
Children's Books.
Story of a Wireless Telegraphy,
Trowbridge.
Anne of Green Gables, Montgom
ery.
The Iron Star, True.
Boys and Girls from Thackery,
Patty's Friends, Wells.
Six Girls Growing Older, Taggart.
Sunnyfleld, Sill.
Arkansaw Bear, Paine.
Four Boys on the Mississippi,
Tomllnson.
A Gentle Pioneer, Blanchard.
A Revolutionary Maid, Blacnhard.
Biography of a Sliver Fox, Seton.
A Primer of Nursery Rhymes,
Sherwood.
At Aunt Anna's, Taggart.
Ballads for the little Folk, Cary.
The Yale Cup, Dudley
Pratui'iil JlOI.ICnaUCI, ).-KUli.
Tin. Sheet Iron and Cui,peip:kie
SAYS THE NEW TRAIN
WON'T EVEN SLOW UP.
Conductor Follins Gives a Tip to
Abilene.
further added that it is hi under
standing that It will not stop at Abi
chaDel Tuesday morning
Mian Verna Pautz. '08". HOW at
ocauuiuB viiv ... ... ' I tending uenirai xvauoaa uo.o
I - . Airan olnw I1H ' A f 1 Jl 1TTYI RI1 1 . . , 1 - In
The Yale Cup, Dudley. ,ouo " College, nas oeen uomg menus-v
Boys of Old Monmouth, TonlllriBon IB to be sent out to theJSapta .ye work at the hgn ,chooI this week.
The Chllden'a Longfellow. "' " " crossing so it will not be necessary ghe haJ beei copylng the thegl. o
... . . . x, fn. a halt there. All the dreams , ,
Little Xora jj aunweroy, nuruvu. - - . me ficuuwjup
Abilene has had of a convenient and
Spirit of the School, Barbour. " " " " The contest ior me rnm
King Arthur and His Knights;' luxurious trip to Kansas City or the k j B Case upon the question,
. - ware seem to uo uouni nu auw n t-nA ha ohArirAn unnn ldh
hvia. I ....
" I ii j jtn.nAn T rrtitvht tin
The Bishop and the Boogerman, "T. .ftie S
some good for the city officer and
.... . .. . Lnmcr.lol r,h tn rt buSV. It iS I .... , ,h.u In nm. A.l I A
Poems Every child Shouia Know, -""""" -- , - . , nneen n 3TllrllQU M3U K
Famous Stories Every Child flx traln De' petition for the prizes. OdlUIUdj IVIt1 0
lold Know. lne lrBlu 1" yu' " The parts tor tne senior pw, " commencing at 1 p. m., the
m. n . ni j. I In oneratlon. An "The Merphant of Venice." i nnan-.
Shold Know
The Good Sword Belgrade, Curtis. I ln
War for Independence, Tomllnson
Paul Jones, Seaville.
Little Men, Alcott.
Frollicklng Rhymes, Well.
Sir Walter Raleigh, Kelly.
Napoleon, Marshall.
To the Front, King. -The
Light House Keeper, Kaler.
Stricken, Mulr.
Life of a Butterfly, Scudder.
Field and Forest Handy Book,
Beard. ' ' . .
Diary of a Birthday Doll, Dow.
Child Rhymes, Riley.
Betty Wales, Freshman, Waide.
King Arthur and His Knights, Red-
ford.
Spy of Yorktown, Stoddard.
Columbus, Imlack.
David Livingston, Goldl'ng.
General Gordon, Lang.
Cromwell, Marshall.
Miscellaneous.
The Cut of a Vatican, Potter.
The Honeymakers, Mosley.
Orthodoxy, Chesterton.
The Home Builder, Abbott
Oregon Trail. Parkman.
The Great Salt Lake Trail, Inman.
Religion and Medicine, Worcester.
Year Book, trotting and pacing re
cords of 1908, Wallace.
Magazine Writing and New Litera
ture, Alden. '
Primary Election, Marrlam.
My Life and Experience Hunting
Hostile Indians, Howard.
Poetical Works, Harte.
Poetical Works, Cary.
Poetical Works, Wblttler.
Poetical Works, Bryant
Second Book of Verse, Field.
Botticelli, (matserplece tn color)
Blnn.
Michael Angelo, (masterpieces ln
color)
Belllna, (masterpieces In color).
Har.
Fra Angellco, (masterpieces In col
or), Mlson.
Twentieth Century Negro Litera
ture, Culp.
William Tell, English translation.
Schiller.
England, (Peep at many land
scene.), Flnnernmore.
Switzerland, Fluermore.
Egypt, Krily.
For Sale Quick
t room residence, barn, 39 foot
front 319 E. N Sixth street, Abilene.
Will sell to highest bidder for cash
before June 1. T. J. Rexroat, Chap
man. Kan. ?08twzt
Impure or effete matters accumuiatea
in the blood during the winter cause in the
spring such disfiguring and painful troubles
as boils, pimples, and other eruptions, also
weakness, loss of appetite, that tired feeling.
The best medicine to taice is nooan
healthy functional activity to the stomach,
liver, kidneys, bowels and skin.
m ...... Dul-,
ehocolatad UliRt form. Thr
UildM Iccthmj of don. conrenLnce. eoonoOT,
OiM " M.
Steam and Hot Water Fitting Text
Book, McNeill.
Furnace Heating, Snow.
Tin Smith's Helper and Pattern
Book, Vosburgh.
.Who' Who 10.
Agricultural Year Book 1907.
Price. for Every Occasion, Row.
practical Hinu L Joint wiping for Sarsaparilla, which thoroughly cleanses the
Beginner ln Plumbing. Enlarged t,i0od.and effects permanentcures by giving
edition. I . i.i ii 1 trt ri etnmaph.
Gleaning In Bee Culture.
The Honey Bee, Benton.
'' Government Pamphlet.
Peruvian Alfalfa, Brand.
Canned Fruit, Preserve and Jel
lies, Parloa.
The Dairy Herd it Formation
and Management, Alvord.
Fertility of Soil a Affected by
Manures, Gardner.
The Construction of Macadam
Roads, Fletcher.
Paris Green Spraying experiments.
Haywood.
simnlfl Exercises illustrating some
applications of chemistry to Agri
culture, Hatch.
Bureau of Plant Industry Mscel-
laneous Paper.
Dust Preventatives, Hubbard.
Studies of the Effects of Different
Methods of Cooking upon the thor
oughness and ease of digestion of
meat, Grlndley.
Experiment Station Work.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 316.
Geological Survey.
Kansas Agricultural College.
Tree Culture.
Bird Life.
Agricultural Education.
Hyglenie Cookery.
A Corn Primer.
Farm Dairying.
Dry Land Farming.
Making Hay.
Poultry.
A Study of Unseek.
Farmers' Institute Report.
Plant Breeding.
How Plants Feed and Grow.
Sheep.
The Soil.
Swine.
I
t
r.vtfr, Burma - wmiwiw, v-y r
ran down, from drspepnia. and that tired feel
In. But I have found Hood's SariaDrllla
nelpa me from the first doe. completely
rentoree ood health anil ttnvtfh."
A A . A -A. r r?r 6r 16, yScjiM
fl High School
By Grazella Pullver.
Jessie SwiKart of D. C. H. S., visit
ed the high school Monday morning
Six of the Juniors, who are study
Inn- German, are oreoarlng a first
class one act comedy entitled' "Eig
ensinn
On last Monday, despite the storm
our base ball team played against
D. C. H. S. It was only another
proof of their Invinclblllity, for the
score was 5 to 4.
The hleh Bchool is not ln vain; one
boy has learned that Exodus was not
a man.
The boys admitted the girls to the
Athletic Association. Next morning
this notice appeared on the study
hall board: "Girls! Don't forget
vour assessments. We need your
monev.
Marv Sexton, a graduate of A. H.
S. ln 1908 visited chapel Monday
moraine:
The Knnhnmnre English classes
have finished their study of "The
Tale of Two Cities." and will now
heeln "Silas Marner.
Roy Engle of D. C. H. S. attended
chanel Mondav morning.
The Juniors are now wrestling
with De Qulncey's "Flight of a Tar
tar Tribe."
Miss Bowers of Hope was a chapel
visitor Tuesday. She also attended
the music class.
flaa V.nml TCncrla who ha8 lust
.nJ..rtfnr Tamott fiVllllnA flf thfi . - L ... ...1 .Anm nf
WJuuii-wi i inctofi a mnHL sucucbbiui Wliu ii
Union Pacific today said the new gchool ln Center township, visited
k ...Ill dIopI Tqv 11. Re . , .
luruUKU " " DM..- j ...
The contest for the prizes offered
Should a fee be charged upon the
registration of real estate ln Kan-
Baa" closed Fr day night, adoui
fifteen have submitted theses ln com
Defeated Enterorlae.
J. c. H. 'B. defeated Enterprise
high school in a good gam at func
tion yeateroay, the final score being
11 to S lh favor of Junction. The
batting and base stealing waa ex
cellent. Arrangement are - being
made to aire Enterprise a return
game some time in the near future.
STATELY .MONUMENTS
are not within the reach of all, but
everybody can effort some kind of a
memorial to the departed.
olaca wUl not be on of those point
ed out as the resting place of the
forgotten and neglected. If you wlh
any thing erected before Decoration
Day. See n at once.
ABILENE MONUMENT CO.
JAT HAKDISa 80, Proprietor.
Abilene, Kansaa.
Education, Mr. Redfleia Mcertameai , - " .4 ..,,
the pumber of high whool tudent - - , .
Kow la the Time to Erect
a monument If yon Intend to do so at
an. Come and choose the design
j h.H na nlace the
jin rivi mf . laaj in in "v,
atone ln your plot Then when the m4 the particular town repre-
who expect to attend eoHege. There
were, between eventy-ny,e ana a
hundred ko declared helr intention
nf taklne a ciolieke course. It was
noticeable that percentage wa much
higher in the upper ciase. m ui
aeninr eiaaa 1 of thirty-five, there
were nineteen, which include all
the boy.
n,, haaehall team olay the Fresh-
re.n team of Kansas University to
day. Several high school students ac
companied them to the university
ren Amnnc them were me mibbbb
Mi.ua Pnth and Lois Harger, Messrs.
irfhni. Rtacev. Frank and Deane
Ackers, Ben Haskell and Leo Ban
der.
The Annual will soon be ready lor
-n.rriwinn it will be the largest
and finest ever issued by the school.
A Way to Get More Trade.
Th merchants In some Kansas
towns are doing a thing that Abilene
merchant should do, They are vis
iting the people in their trade ter-
ritnrr. This It the way tney oo n.
n. certain t&vs they gather up
.ntnmnbiles about their town
7UUUBU
to carry those who wUl go and then
start out for a pleasure trip w
..i.i,h..ii,. tnwna ln the county and
un,uiwii-a
In their trade territory. They call on
all the merchants In these towns anu
aee the people visit with the
.r. iivina- alon the way. By such
vlslU friendships are made and In
terest awakened in matter of mut
ual Interest, acquaintance are torrn
3fc Tne trade mark that abio.
V t Aajl lotelj foarantee. full, aloe
mmm
I
"QUICICR1?"CL0VES
THE SHAPED FACE,
KO BEBOUKD
CATCHERS' MITTS
THE HEW
SHORTSTOP'S
GLOVE-MITTS
FOB CLEAN WOBK
OFFICIAL LEACUE BALL
Utuu-ftxiteea in mrwj way
BASE BALL SUITS
10 OtmOm, All Oolofftv Cot to MnioNi
A eoapulaon ia eonvlBirtB Bw te ioumU.
THE RACKET
Duckwall Bros.. Props.,
Abilene, Kas.
Swtl l tri.i..
(i.-li. .ill, t!iu
; : lf! It l3X ui
Tlw ONI .V wm (or tr i-eiff.
Dnmriita or b t !, atf-Atic. Itoin 3iim
line Co,,r?tji. A, Ahi'-np. Krni.
S. STEELSMITH, M. D.
Sip, Gynecologist and Oculist
AUILKNK, HAbAB.
Practice limited to Surgery, sugloal Dla.
aeee, Bieesnee to Komen end Dlieaw of
the Eye.
Public Sale
The undersigned intending to move
to California will sell at public auc
tion at his place on North Broad
way, Abilene, on
narodv on "The Merchant of Venice
have been assigned and all are hard
at work committing their parte. - .,..
In compliance with the require- .
. narnet ernod as new. rues. 1 couch.
. . ... i. t t a n.mmi.Mnnw nil
ment 01 ine u. .
follow
lng property:
l book case and books, 5 rockers
1 settee, 1 organ, 1 ward robe,' 1
kltcheA rahlnet. 2 stands, lamns
and desks, f stoves, Garland heater.
Malleable steel range good a new,
roller swing, wheel barrow, top bug
gy, open buggy and harness, double
drlvlnc harness, 5 tooth cultivator
and lot of other things. Come and
see and buy or yourself. A1Q good
family driving horse, 10 years old.
Terms cash.
JOHN DENHAM
J. N. BURTON, Auctioneer.
gold f,::::s free
W will gin jroQ tlwolatis;
fret ft hMn&ota gold ring or
jour cbolo froa oar preBuum
- -m' lUt. Hena ng jronr nam Boa
tMmm. Wtiend nd trt too with 1
BCMXt nM 10 Mil MS WC. WOO. "B-B wm sw
turn of fl-Wand will Mnd fon raa ring.
CATARRH
KUUI IB VUI yivv. - I Q IDU
eemtry if filled with visitor your MM by th touring merchanU U
. .. . . . . i Mint. I , tm aAtnawliat on
i .A-mmA it 1 (omewhat en
the order of the more ambition trip
taken by rail by tn joooer.
wholesale house of Kansas City and
Wichita.
For sale cheap 70 lb. capacity
TJ. 8. Separator. N. K. uisn,
leae. " I!wtf
mm)
Ely's Cream Balm
Sure to Civ 8atlfactlon.
CIVIC KILIIr AT ONCI.
It eleanata, aootlna, heala and pratarla tha
dieeatwd menbraoe resnlting from Catarrh,
and drives swav a Cold in the Head quickly.
Baetores the rsm of Taau and BmelL
aay to nee, KJoclaina ao injirrkias dmss
. 1 ,1 1 . a 4Um mtnairilm aaiii airt,1 ilt
large Biu, 50 cents at Dron-ist or by
maiL Lranid Cream Bala fix See ia
ere, f
ELY BPOTHEKl, (I jTsne KL Tsr.

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