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WELL AND mm By Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound Bardstown. KT.-"I feJ" i n luuH wu'w , tort bad failed 10 help me. iyaia-a. iHnVham'vei ta ble Compound was recommended, and I decided to try it. It cured my trouble and made me well and strong, so that I can do all myown wort" .bu " eph tttLL, Bards- Christiana, Tenn. " I suffered from thV wont form of fenmle trouble , so that at time. I thought I could not Eye. and my nerves were in a dreadful &tion. LTdia E-HiiUu-m-jVe table Compound cured me, and made me feel like a different woman. Lydia rffianVs Vegetable Compound Is worth its weight in gold to "uttering women."-MBS.MABrWooi B.p.D.8. If you belong to that counties army of women who Buffer from someform of female ills, don't hesitate totry Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com Bound, made from roots and herbs, 'rorthirty years this famous remedy has been the standard for all forms of female ills, and hascured thousands of women who haTe been troubled with such ailments as displacements, fibroid tumors, ulceration, inflammation, ir regularities, backache, and nervous ''if yon want special advice write forlttoMre. Plnkham.I-ynn,Mass. It is free and always helpful. WELCOMED THE JAPANESE TRAINING SQUADRON STEAMED INTO SAN FRANCISCO BAY. Will Stay a Weak and Every Moment of Time Officer! and Man Will Ba Entertained. San RVnnnfarn. M&V 1. The JaD" anese training squadron consisting of the cruisers Aso and Soya, arrived hr tht mornlnz for a week's stay In this harbor before proceedings to ports In the north Pacific. The mad hv tha flrlnc of an International salute by the guns ot the fortress and me nagsmp weai virrinin nf the Pacific fleet. In re sponse to a salute of 21 guns to the American flag which Admiral ijicnie squadron fired as It steamed through Hainan ftftta Tha roxontinn that will be accorded to the Japanese officers and men dur ing their atay, is designed oy tne peo nia nf Q.n FmnniRpn and hv the feder al representatives as an expression of the appreciation or me American pou ple for the many courtesies extended to Admiral Sperry and his men In Japan. Many forms of entertainment tnr tha enlisted men have been pro vided and all the principal social clubs In the city have extenaea invuanou. la tha vlaltln officers. Who Will be guests of honor at an endless round of dinners, balls and receptions during thalr atav. In preparing for the entertainment ot the Japanese sailors the municipal government, civil organisations and the officers of the army and navy have Joined forces with the result that not a moment ot the time passed by the Japanese officers and men while the squadron Is In this harbor, will be allowed to pass unnoticed. The trips scheduled for the men Include bay ex cursions to every point of Interest, and numerous automobile and car trips to suburban points. Woman Fight to tha Death. i ..tsr w.h Mav 1. Mrs. Joe Burna and Mrs. S. Campbell, wives ot loggers, fought a bloody ouei win butcher knives late last night, aa a result of which the former has a fatal gaah below the heart. The oth Ai vomin't life was saved by th quick arrival on a special engine from Cleelum of a doctor wno seweo. up an artery in her wrist barely In time to prevent her bleeding to death. The women are aad to have .Quarreled Rheumatism I her. found a tried and anted ,em for Jwo, taatlml Not ramdy that will pmllhKoU dlmiUd limb! ot chronle cnpplDor ""J"" CTewUUte iioi btrrimdt-I foond tnt led , tatmUrt wh Which Bf. Stoop I RhmrnMH Baroedy we pvfMaxl. Cpeodabi. P,J!? chat laat Iwrml 1 meeMtrally USSt nZnimMT of Rhwnmuimi bat now. U laak "V anal toand to KhumU hifioi toWeol ptwi in) nrxlir the aatlnjf fraalT m do, soft wb AAa& lo pom atew. waaril.a4 aiannfKknsa muiiwaans Dr. ShooD s "OBEY THE LftVi" ATTORNEY OENERAU WICKER HAM SAYS THAT IS PRICE OF PEACE. WITH THIS ADMINISTRATION Laaa Nolae Will Be Made Than In thi P..t But the Good Work Will Qo On Juet tha Same. New York, May l.-Before an s s.mb7.ge of Uwyer. which comprised 7 .n. of the supreme Sce of the appellate division, every juoge i -- ---.i,.it court sltUng In or neai r. .r-i. .r,A nractlcally everj prominent personality In the legal pro ST Attorney General Wicker sham last night ouumeo u ... .h .ministration of hU office in general and the exercise ol Ue Sherman anU-trusi i v Perhapi In this connection, Mr. WIckersham, "li m t. in a few words my We., of the proper attitude of the de partment ot usuce wu --" " Iw m.nt nf law. affecting the business Interests of the country. You all know that the attitude of a very large part of the business community " . ,1.- lTora enanfed by towards some oi m - congress was prior to six ur years agu w .n nT innirrnrtf uuc wus . - nrftvaillna: Impression that many of the laws dealing with economic subjects had been passed to Ka Mint Ail to w th Driae, raiu ji Than tharA came a to do emurvwu. - tlM aat tn wnrk with vigor, with en- UUu ,an,ort at orgy, wuiuu ' UlUCB WILIS V"-f --- . u- i0v Business men who eight year, ago had not read the Sher- ..i.ft law. to-day know It by SIM, a. SJU ba b a - heart; and railroad men and shippers alike have an mumaie qualntance with the Interstate com merce act. "It may be; it prooaoiy is, uo , mnt to imnress upon the whole business world the meaning and force of certain laws, ana iue slty of obedience to them, some .ults were Instituted wunoui. -h cause. , . 4. "When such conditions are found to exist, the present administration will not hesitate to wltnaraw me u. dismiss the prosecutions. Such action must not, however, pe ' . .. it,Hnn hv this ad- indicauou ui " - . , ministration to abondon In the slight est degree the vigoroua, iu.i...u -. r.i tha iw or to undo in any degree the splendid work of the last administration. ..nr. t,ard freauentlr of late, of the representatives of certain busi ness interests in me cuuui.,, v.. -- i... naa - nd 'Let us alone." The price of peace Is obedience to law those who honesuy irj , 1 .k. i. nand not fear prosecu- tlon. I am perfectly well aware that there is an uncertainty as 10 iue else scope and meaning of the law which most closely touches all bus . ...iiaa nf the country name- mean v.i....y : . ly, the Sherman anti-trust law and I should be the last 10 auuior.e tin of a criminal proceeding iZten who. without intent to violate the law, have nevertheless act i . vi.ai nntraventlon of an ai' treme and most drastic construction of that enactment. "But certain ot the principles under lying that law are assuredly now un derstood and any attempt mue ., hi. tha nreaent construction Of that law agreed upon by all the hlgh- ... In anmblne in me loriu ui trust or 'otherwise, with the obxloui i-iantinn of restraining commerce - ih. aiataa or of creating iUiuus - monopoly of an Important part of that commerce, would evidence sue. deliberate Intention to break the law, i.Hfv and comnel the govern ment to uae all or any of the reme dies given by law adequate to prevent the accomplishment oi aucu puri., and to punish the attempt. a. arkanaaa Tornado. Fort Smith, Ark, Apr. 80. Sla peo .i. aarinnair Injured late yes- tarda afternoon In a tornado which ...., nvr wasninilOD ana M anuntlaa. At KIbler eight hOUSSI were wrecked and gre.t damage done to crops. It waa reported mat me niara of Harrolton was blown away The tornado was also severe ai ujr and Sprlngdale. It was reared mai Ufa h.d hen loat and mat many mora bad beea Injured. Daarla Dlaolava IU Fair Sites. t-i. til . A nr. 10. A large num v.. nt iha mambar. of the Illinois house of representatives are here to day as guests of the Commercial club inanectlnithe aeveral avail able allea for the etate fair, which this city la trying to tana away irom ur.rinrflad. Tha leislatora were met by a committee and taken to e the altea la 50 automobiles, aner woico they were aTaniprlataiy entertained. r. Mia B.i TalaacoiM MO.OOO. m.ta(f. Aris.. Asr. W. Dr. Par elval Lowell It adding one ot the larr eat telescopes la the country to his wmiort her, at aa approximate cost of IM.OOO. It will be a 41 tne leas seed aMiuly la securing setter atotefrapk ef Mars aad other plas- TKMrEltATUtU WAS 4.1. But Freeze Never Touched the D- aeuon Lrop. . The weather man's freeze made god last night or bad as you bap m.fi In lnok at it l'vi teiuDuruture dropped to 21 degrees and .a lot of fruit, garden, etc, was frozen sun, It looks dubious for the fruit crop. The dandelion crop is doing well however and seems to like it SHIFTINQ SOIL. Beal Estate Traaefen Reported by J. E. Keel, Abstractor. The Blce-Johntz Nlcolay Grocery Co. to the Abilene wholesale Grocery Company, lot 18 and west 10 ft of lot 16, on west .nd street, Thompson & McCoy's add to Abi lene. II. Lydia A. and Thomas J. Wilson by J. Harmon, atty In fact to John A. Flack, e14se14andettw a o 23, and e n e and w tt w V. n e t. 26-14-1, $11,160. BenJ. Harrison Chase single to Geo. Dobson, lot 49, on 4th street Solo mon City, $400. A. M. Miller and wife to P. J. Quint, lots 6, 7, 8, 9, blk 1, Shoorans 6th add to Chapman, $260. Wm. L. Clements widower to Wm. A. Nichols, w s w , 15-11-1. 14.000. ' Chesney Beam and Alma Barton et al, to Jane A. Hess, lots 7, 9, Di 8, city ot Herlngton, $1.00. New Operator Here. Mrs. A. E. Woods leave Monday for La Junta, Colo., to spend the summer with her slater and mother. Miss Alice Short of Emporia, Kan., will have charge of the office. She Is an expert operator and has taken charge of the office. Auto For Sale Cheap. Ford, runabout In good shape Prir.n tSRft. Jerrv Illff, Abilene. ld&wtf u... la indict the Lynchers. Ada, Ok.. Apr. 29.-Attorney Gener al West assisted by the county attor ney yesterday caused to be examin ed 20 witnesses who are supposea w aim evidence to the grand Jury which Is investigating the lynching here April i. . m..t t nnw annfldsnt that as s ei ai ncni o " , result of the Investigation that several men of prominence will be inuicrea UM.J....M nimiiii In -Iowa. Des Moines, Apr. 29-A terrific wind storm approaching a toraaao ,u i.a iha Rank of Chlsholm lence wicacu i. at Chlsbolm, last night. The wind reached a velocity of 60 mues an hour and tore down teiegrapu telephone poles for miles southwest ot here. -r. Ulnna to Meet. oma anr 29. King Victor Km- i tiuapn Helena, a accom- .hi.j k. pnraiin Minister Tlttonl, left here last night for Baja, which Is about ten miles west ot napiea, w tha. will meet King Quean Alexandra. a n.t-!l la ftpaat Britain Alas. i.. anr. 29. David Lloyd George, the chancellor of the exche quer, lait night issued an explana- mrr memorandum on ins ibii amandltiira for the year. Ha esti mates the revenue In 190910 as $741 qui nnn anil tha exnenaiiures nan' .h.lni a deficit of $7)1.810,000. Tbe budget will be presentea in nn nf .ninns lO (1V. 11 IS DU1UI' ed out that the Increased expenditure is due maluly to old age pensions auo aonroDrlations for the navy. raeinn a Coal Famine. w.-innina Man.. Mav 1. If the pres- ..i niii and atormv weather contin ues Saskatchewan province wm iacc a aarinna nnal ahortue. Stocks of the principal dealers In Regina and Moose Jaw are almost exnaustea. ai lu h.M,. .n haat la aunnlledto the bual nes. blocks and schools are closed. uannfantarlea at Calgary nave omy anal far about one week. The department of labor at Ottawa la be ing urgently appeaiea to miercoiw tha minera- atrlke. Many farmers In Basketchewan are forced to burn weir fence posts. vaanlnn tha Trees Warm nmi Jnnnilnn. Col Mav 1. Hun dreds of "smudges" carefully watched h. tha ranchers throughout tne urana v.iior nmbablv tared tne Duaamg fnilt tree, from disaster. Another M fMat waa nredlcted ror last - - , - night, and hundreds of men left Grand night, and hundreds of men left Grand JuncUon for th. ranching district, to assist In protecting the trees. a Dplaaaaa Makaa Tham Glad, The Hague. May 1. AU Holland re- tniaaa- vaaiardav. There la a tiny girl baby in the palace, and the fear ot Hnllander that there would ot ao one of their own nationality to sue eeed WUhelmlna to the throne of the Netherlands is put In the background aria auiao Zero In Wvomlno. taramla WTO. M.V L EXtrCmS cold weather Is reported from a num bar of points la Wyoming. At ths aria raaah at the foot of Larsmlt moaatains (ve below aero waa record el la Laramie the temperature) ye taroay morning waa nve aaovaw Won -alcoholic Sarsawrilla If you think you need tonic, ssk your doctor. If you think you need something for your blood, ssk your doctor, u you think you would like to try Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsipa rilla. ask vour doctor. Con sult him often. Keep in close touch with him. A Wo publli trar fomulM Was biBlik a-leohel tfm our snsxllolnsM vers Wt art yea to oonfult jowt dootor iik vnur doctor to name aome of the results of constipstion. Hia long liat will begin with sick-headache, biliousness, dyspepsia, thin blood, bad skin. Then aak blm if he would recommend your using Avers mis. Made by taa t. O. Ajt Oa.. Vnntt. Mass.' Hecognlied tha New Sultan. Washington. Apr 29.-Mehmed V., tbe new aultan of Turkey was jr. h. ..HiHullv recognized a the reigning ruler of that empire by the Washington government, mis am .nn.4 iha nnmmunlcation of tha fact of tbe accession to tha throne of tha new sultan to the state depart ment by H. Klaslm Bey the Turkish ambassabor and similar Information from American Ambassador misum... at Constantinople. A dispatch ac cording recognition signed oy rri a. T.f. an fnrwarded to Constanti nople last night for presentation by the ambassador tnere. (First Published In Abilene Weekly Re- Legal notice. In the District Court of Dickinson County, State of Kansas. BERTHA CHRISTIE. Plaintiff, vs. MELVIN M. CHRISTIE, Defendant. To the above named defendant, Melvln M. Christie: ... . HA,n- that tha you will nereuy ia """J- Jl y?-R"?,?,,Mf.Sa,lt.l har tltl5n tf. District "court "of loklnaon County, state of Kansas, wnerein ana aaks ror a aivui-co nu.u j -j- a-round or gross iibb'wi . f;.. ...u.. ,i answer or demur to said petition on or .before the Mth day oi May, 109. said petition will be taken aa true and a divorce be granted aid plaintiff from you upon the ground of grosa nefelect of duty as prayed for In saldpetltion By 8. S. SMITH, Her Attorney. (First published In the Abilene Weekly flector April i. !. LEGAL NOTICE. In the District Court of Dickinson County. State of Kansaa. THE BADGER LUMBER CO, A corpor- . vm. ED. P. KNEER and MART A KELLER Defendants. To Caroline B. George, P. E. Blgler, R. M. Blgler and Ellsabetn itainDone, Helra at law of said defendant, Mary A. Keller, now deceased. you ana eauii u. titled that the above named plalntui has filed Ita motion In said court for an order reviving the action of said plaintiff against you and each of you together wun ini mw " - -"jii. said Mary A. Keller and her admlnls- . . . . i . I A n.Hnn will ha trator ana maw iu .... . haard by aald court on the 17th day of May, A. D., 1909, or as soon tnere- atter aa a neanna can -""y;j less you then appear and show- suffi cient cause to me num..... j, - will ba revived against you. THE BADGER LUMBER COMPANT. By HURD HURD, Its Attorneys. (First published' In the Abilene Weekly Reflector, April 22, ; PUBLICATION NOTICE. In the District Court of Dickinson County, State of Kansaa. Amine Kelkbefer, Plaintiff. The Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Company, a corporation, ina r of County Commissioners of the County of Dickinson and William X. Haxtun, hla unknown, helra. devlseea, administrators, axecutora and true teea, Defendanta. - a.. I. Tha PhlladelDtlla Mortgage and Trust Company, a cor poratlo" Wlllam E. Haxtun and the,, unknown helra, devises, administra tors, axecuiora ana iru. Ton and each of you are hereby no iif that vou have It you nava bwu buv --- -. ha ahava-entltled court and tin in -r- , vo herein against you. on or be fori s the tth day oi J. .".- , , following nature will b fkSnln;: ana all of vou BO in Z That you will be barreq from an ngnt. in '""",""- l-tata. in tha following desorlbed real aetata, i?..? li DiiElnaoB County. Kanaa Thi" west half of section twelve (12). townani aut of ,t Df the eutb. .'''"IffA'ia and thrtJfWatfo will b. decked towoahlp fifteen y. "-,'. the eoaoiuw own... ,-- AMiuuai "-.intlft ttv ir ttomT- llwtt I. 8MLITH. iLIU.a WaaAktV (First t publlshee in in. Reflector, pru vivnre OF FINAIi SETTLEMENT. Kansas. Dickinson Ceaaty. ae. probau Court of aald County. . -it. of Fr.r. I tnt mattr . .,1 CKora ."d Other. ta teraaud la aald tot"- To To. art hereby -.I'lh. Probate J.!;S uaty. te be WCIBX P. JOHNT7, Itwtt I iJ If you do not believe It, ' III Jlaiuu ' ' run one. The model F, i cylinder, 80 horse power, touring car $1,000 f. o. b. factory. The model 17, 4 cylinder, SO horse power, touring car equipped with magneto, $1,760 f. o. b. factory. The model 10, 4 cylinder, 18 horse power runabout with magneto, $1,000 f. o. b. factory. The model 10, 4 cylinder, 18 horse power tourabout with magneto, $1,060 f. o. b. factory. These prices are all on new 1909 cars. See us before you buy. E. E. COULSON & CO. Office in the Telephone Building. J. W. I ORSON A. S. ELUO REALTY CO. We do a general Eeal Estate, Farm Loan and Insurance Business CALL AND SEE US AT THE 7-tf ELMO STATE BANK, Elmo. Kansas GEOKGE SNYDER, Shoer of Track and Heavy Horses HA TISF ACTION GUARANTEED ONE PRICE TO ALL Sp-i .1 Ai tention Given to Drivers Interfering Stopped or Helped Give Me a Call Phone 263. Brick Shop, Spruce St.. Abilene, Kansas. spouting and tin work of all kinds. C. H. Broadway, next door north of muslo Attention, Farmers Planters You admit it Pays to get fresh stock DON'T FORGET Ckmili & Co. Hb AliilenB NnrserymenYarfl WILL HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF NURSERY STOCK ORNAMENTAL TREES SHRUBS ROSES VINES . AND EVERGREENS Remember the place, just north of the old stand. V. T. GOUGH CO. AbUene Nurseries OffloVand'eround. H miles (Klr.t publish in th. Ab... ,Wa.y 1 naflactor. AprU . I" ' PUBLICATION NOTICE. WUllans Rohloff. Plaintiff. mBVcmll.n.r. of th. of County v-wl" . wniiaia B. To s3fnflWt ."-n.,,., a cor- so"w JLT? b25!-! aoration. "l"... adatlntstra- n0.x.ora-a.d truaUea; Just ask someone who has "1 PERCI J. U. BAIER I manufacture Steel Stock Tanks of every, description and sell them, for less money than they can be bought for else where. Examine them and be convinoed. , I also handle pipe, fittings and pumps, bath tubs, sinks, and sewer pipes; also do iiaV f HILL store. : 27-tf Phone 103 from Hodge Block. West 1st St. Tou and each of yon are hereby no fed that you hare been auad by plain- .... . i. - aHnva-anuiiea w." UII "!.-. aarh ?d:7o- wmb.lbarr.d4 ?he foVloilnV dcrTbed real eat.t .r.u'it'ed ta DloElMO. County. Kaaaaa, Thi '.ortht. quart" of eeette. twelr. (11),.. towaah tineja i n). 'lIU4,and thitVali pumuff will bi decreed th. at-olu" owr. . W1UJ" P'aOft V a. i aitaraar ' '1 ) 1 Ml DEALERS"