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mi MimSlioo Strings Are good In those "old comforts" of your perhap I can make good shoes out of them. 24 year of practical shoemaklng enables me to understand the ihoe business from A to Z. I tackle anything In the shape of a hoe. Hand turned shoes, ihoes made for deformed feet, French heels altered toml lltary heels and vice versa. Colored shoes dyed, pumps strapped so to hold your feet, etc.. etc., and remember our spring stock Includes 38 distinct styles of brown oxfords, H styles wine color oxfords, 100 spring models In patent kid, patent colt and dull kids, a large assortment of ladles' comfort shoes and Juliets. My prices always a little below "the other fel lows," this Is Increasing the Blue Front's business and I shall stick to It. R. H. VIOLA Proprietor of the Blue Front "Shoe Store" Assisted by J. T. ROSSITER, F. J. CURRY. JOHN VANDENBURG. kUEEN I uality Agency Ball Brand Boots $3.65 RECENT REFLECTIONS Born, May 1, to Mr. and Mrs. John Pleiser, a daughter. Marriage license: John Tobler and Mary Bliss, both of Elmo. Tom Frendergast is on the sick lit. His many friends hope for his recovery. R. G. Tonkin writes from Ex celsior Springs that his health is Im proving slowly. John A. Fulton haB succeeded Will Vandenberg as driver of the Pacific express wagon. Some of the Kansas City mail now gets here over the Rock Island motor car at 1:40 p. m. The postmaster has been ap Dointed custodian without pay of the new public building site. Regular meeting of Abilene Commandery tonight. Full attendance desired. By order of E. C. Ralph Merrifield's engagement being announced it will be up to him to find another slogan, one for the new household. Marriage licenses: Geo. Krause and Zulu M. Combs of Herington; Fred .elln of Herington and Mary Frankfort of Russen. Miss Carl Franks, a graduate of C. K. B. C. has accepted a fine posi tion as stenographer and bookkeeper with the AbllenA company. Maybe Conductor Follins was Just joking about that fast train. He would rather Jolly a newspaper man than eat dinner In the dining car. A traveling man In Abilene to day said the new drastic liquor law In Kansas has 'killed'.' a large num ber of drug stores. In Parsons, Kan., -t - himH want nllt seven urug nwiva iv.ch.v - of business. Mrs. C. B. Hoffman was called to Junction by the serious Illness of her niece, Mrs. Will Miller, who Is reported somewhat improved. Dr. Rlddell of Enterprise went down with her. AH of the high school students that went to the athletic contest at Lawrence Baturaay are u port an enjoyable time. The only thing that marred their full enjoy ment was the loss of the ball game. j. s. Baumbaugh writes from Denver renewing his subscription to the Reflector and says: "We are well and still love to read the Re nMnn it makes us feel as if we were ,ivtnr a letter from Abilene. Weather Is fine." T,rni Journal: A merry house party is being entertained at the home of Prof. Wilson owning. The guests who are all from Abilene, are Miss Lois and Miss Ruth Harger, t c.,m. Brace Hurd and Paul Jolley. A dance will be give? in their iinnnr this evening. m,. A.tae IN. If.) Index says that little Florence, the young daugh ter of B. P. Wilson, formerly of Abi lene, was taken home from the sanl Urium where she has been for eight for appendicitis. Porter's many old time friends here win be pleased to f tha little ladr's recovery. The Kan state board of health ha sent out posters to be placed In every postof flee ta the state of Kaa mmm warning people against flies. Selene has demonstrate uai m Dy 1 one of the most deadly peats we have to eontend with, carrying disease to everybody and everywhere. Mlases Kate) and Vary Abbertos left Thereday evening for Trinidad, Colo., owing to the death of their brother, Anthony Abberton, of that place. Mr. Abberton died suddenly at Trinidad, of pneumonia, and his folks here knew nothing of his ill ness until they got word of his death by telegram. Carlton Tribune. ABOUT PEOPLE. Mrs. H. E. Ackers spent Sunday In Marlon. Mr. and Mrs. G. A to Kansas City. Junction ritv. May 8 Safnrriav Kubach went afternoon Dr. L. R. Ready, one of the best known professional men in I VUVJ UCOb KUUWU UIViCMlUUM IUC11 J u Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Valenlne rei this city shot and perhaps fatally v.nnnit.1,1 Pario- a nalniai Amnlnvail Rev. E. R. Brown returned to his Lt Fort Rey, The shooting occur- rea in ur. Keaay s onices in ine ren home at Centralla. W. G. Wyandt left for Texas with a party of land buyers from Chapman. C. B. Hoffman came up from Kan sas City and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johntz over night. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Beegley left for Doniphan county where Mr. B will conduct a big flouring mill. Miss Marv Frasier who has been visiting her brother and friends here left last Thursday for Alberta, Can. Mrs. R. E. Overton, of Guthrie, Ok., who has been visiting Judge and Mrs. C. C. Hutchison, went to Topeka for a visit George Westrun left for LaPlata, Mo where he will open his merry- go-round season. He sees a lot of country every summer. . , MIbs Mattie Lltts arrived yester day from Rialto, Cal., where she has been visiting a brother. She Is on her way home to Brookfield, Mo. She is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Litts. Snnlre H. C. Harvey was In town and made this office a pleasant call. He says that the freeze did not do as much damage as at first expected, the potatoes are killed but alfalfa only slightly Injured. Leo Sanders, Frank Ackers, Dean Ackers, Arthur Stacey, Ben Haskell and Frank Madden returned from Lawrence. The boys escorted the high school baseball team to Law rence and took In the state tracK meet while there. S. E. Jacobs was up from Ramona and called at these headquarters. He reports a severe hail and rainstorm In his vicinity on Tuesday, doing much damage to the wheat and the hail killing lots of chickens. Over three inches of hall fell. MET IT'S FIRST DEFEAT. High School Was Defeated by K. V. Freshmen 4 to 1. The Abilene high school baseball team met Its first defeat In a fast eame of ball Saturday at Lawrence, the Kansas University Freshmen ag gregation geting the big end of the score which was 4 to 1. Abilene made Its lone score In fourth Inning; Sommers led to bat and gained first by an infield hit; D. Eisenhower then slapped the pill over third for a single advancing Sommers to second, Ed. Elsenhower followed and biffed a hot one to third, who fumbled the ball, scoring Sommers. Throneh two costly errors by Adi- lene's outfield the Freshman made their wlnnini scores. Abilene played an excellent game but could not wield the big stick as timely as the Fresh men. Merrifield's fielding on snort was a feature and McDonell had the rah-rah boys bewlldared the greater part of the game with his twisters. Summary of the game: RHE Abilene 0 00100000 15 6 Freshmen ....0 0010021X 4TO Struck out by McDonnel 4, uoyie 12. Bases on balls by Mcuonen o, Doyle 6. Batteries: McDonell ana Sommers; Doyle and HOstetter. ... ,.ii. i... . pdi anil SDOt, DUl Mr, -s north of niercing the lung unless it was up the home i . ., ...- , R rih. UtnSA.lljll mi aigia w.iio ... r' tfired, the Dan peneirauuB uvw . two carloads of goods, Implements, ,nteBtlne8 on tne right side and prob ... i,. .Inlm ft mltna north of ... . . it wai dC., LU UCl VHtim w Wallace. She took stead three years ago and in June 1 9 1 o will have a title. She has been offered S3 200 for lt and expects to rot more. She will live on the ranche until she proves up, doing the work In stable and field and being a real woman farmer, n. I nt,,n. South worth Nuptials. . ...i. m Ml Advocate: At the ..iiti ronrh home of Mr. and Mrs T.,.i n.nrininh. at hirt noon, Tues day. Auril 14th. occurred the wea- ' ' - . . . T mi nella Ralston w mi. i a. Southworth, two of Artesia's beBt known young people. The Rev. Mathes pronounceu ......tit... ritp which made them man inauuiui - and wife In the presence of a few ot the most Intimate friends oi me or.u. nnrl mTtnTtX . The bride was attired in an ex quisite princess gown of white lace - ..ff with aarnlture of satin U CI wn and baby Irish. The groom wore me 41 .-.rial hi fir k. COUuuvm. . . . m,. hrinil decorations were white carnations and shasta daisies. Following the congraiumwu". . . j.u.htfni luncheon was served IUUBt UUft"' M. Mrs. Southworth came w two years ago, from ner ouu. -Parksburg, West Virginia, and during i., hore. has. in her own charming manner made hosts of friends, who extend to her their best wishes on this happy occasion. la a rflOSl pruiu.ia 1 am grwu. -Touna busness man and has a bright a. as Hal rWfl future before nim. nB cetved his degree from the state nl- .ui Mr and Mrs. souin- versuy m . . .t m v. at home to their worm j " friends, at their ranch on Cottonwood Vsrrm for BatefahUt- w- Ahnina Rhode Ialand Reds. On dollar per setting. S. H. Lenhart, Atallna. R. D. 2.. TeL Acme. llwlmo SHE IS A REAL FARMER. Makes Money. Miss Myra Belle Gish is shipping JUNCTION BENTI8T SHOOTS AN ASSAILANT IN OFFICE. iiuo vouunuw, i reo in ur. neauy s omces in ine trcu- Ed. Glenn ot Manchester was trans- L.ii hnlldlnir at the corner of Wash- acting business in town. lngton and Eighth streets. It followed an assault which Car ter made on Dr Ready, who was engaged with a patient at the time. The patient was Private Osborne, a soldier from Fort Riley. Osborne witnessed the shooting as well as the assault. Dr. Readr notified the of ficers ot the shooting and gave him self up. Carter's condition .is dangerous but not necessarily fatal. Late this afternoon a charge ft shootina- with Intent to kill was made against Dr. Ready and he was admit ted to bond in the sum ot $5,000. The bond was readily given. Dr. Ready has made no statement concerning the matter, except to Mr. Roark. and the only Information about lt comes from Private Osborne ot battery D, Sixth field artillery, who was the only witness to the Bhooting. Osborne made a state ment to Mr. Roark in which the es sential points are about as follows: Osborne was in the chair in ur. Ready's offices, having some dental work dons'. Shortly after 3 o'clock Carter came In and began to abuse Ready for sending him a bill for work done, claiming that the bill was for more than he owed. Dr. Ready replied that there might be a mistake and asked tne man to come in later, when he was not so buBy. Carter Bald that he had rpipinta and Dr. Ready rejoined that if he would bring them in tomorrow they would go over them. According to Osborne, Carter then struck Ready twice in the face, one blow bringing blood and Degan forcine him back toward the Instru ment case and over turning it strew ing the instruments over the room. From this caBe Dr. Ready secured a revolver, a double barrelled Dernn- nr 11 says he does not know who fired ti e Roark says tnai ur. topics each morning during the ses sion. It is a fine selection for there is no better platform speaker than Dr. Blayney and his ability as a preacher and teacher is recognized throughout the state. It 1b probable that many Abilene people will camp at Lincoln Park during the Chau tauqua as t Ib a delightful place and there Is much other exceptional talent on the program. GLIDDEN PATHFINDER DELAYED The Car This Week Stuck In the Mud Up in Iowa. not deny firing it The revolver was pressed againn Carter's breast when the shot was fired, the ball penetrating ahove me Tnriav the condition of J. G. Carter who was shot Saturday afternoon by Dr. R. L. Ready In hlB dental ornce, to onnrt na could be expected, and Li., .ttoniiinir nhvalcians state that If nothing unforseen arises tne cnnm. Uld&wt( for his recovery bio e,uu". ' Advertised Letters. Following Is the list of advertised letters for week ending May 3, 1909: Letters: Tomas Senor Acuna, J. B. Campbell, Mrs. Rose Cllne, Frank The Lincoln Park Chautauqua, the Ha,a' Lawrence Hanley, Walter biggest one In central or western Murfll-J0nn80n Jonnson, u.v. Mr- WILL LEAD LINCOLN PARK. Rev. Dr. Blayney to Be Manager at Big Chantanqua. Kansas, has secured Rev. Dr. Blay ney for manager and lecturer at its eI1, Carl Raaey- BeBaion mis summer. n wm yrentu - " two Sundays and will lecture on Bible Ella Bert. MIUon Brt. Dan F'hch. . . . . .. IH Plaal 111 Mm Ton t.ltv Vfwi H. Flsel (4), Mrs. Leo Irlty, Mrs. Maria Jeffrey, Mrs. Mabel, Logan, Miss Minnie Marrs, Miss Annabell Mastln. Will Monnlneer. Elliott Mor rison Mr. Trush, John Walsh, F. B. Wood. One cent will be charged for all advertised letters. Persons callings tor the above will please say "advertised" giving date. RICHARD WARING P. M. BURDENS LIFTED. The nathflnder for the Glldden tour Ib having hard luck this week, and the dispatches say that much delay Is being experienced on ac count of muddy roads, which are causing all kinds of trouble. The car Is expected to arrive at Omaha the forepart of next week, from which place fast time will be made to Den ver and back to Kansas city, com ing through Abilene on the return trip. of Notice to Boards of Education District Schools. been circulated that th annual Bchool meeting of rural schools has been changed to a date In May. This Is erroneous. The annual school meeting of rural schools will be as heretofore, vli.: the third Thursday In July. Consolidated or Union Districts not Included In a city of the third class will hold the annual meeting as usual, via.: the second Wednesday in June. Districts including a city oi tne third class will In the future hold the annual meeting the second Frl 41 calibre and fired. Osborne day in April. Kespeciiuny, Idltw3t County Superintendent, enaure me .u. ..u., Automobiles Cheap. L freqUent In pasBage. One Cadillac touring car good as when j be! new for $46. One 2-cylinder Maxwell, run 4 months, fully equippeu " d ,. Ono single cylinder Glide touring ' car $260. Four car loads oi new cars on hand. Call and cnoose your ker, Joe W. Pickett, MIbb Texas Pow- Cards: Miss Ellen Berry, Misa From Abilene Backs Relief Proved by Lapse of Time. Backache Is a heavy burden; Nervousness wears one out; Rheumatic pain; urinary Ills; All are kidneys burdens Dally effects of kidney weakness. No use to cure the symptoms. Relief Is but temporary If the cause remains. ' Cure the kidneys and you cure the Bause. Relief comes quickly comes to stay. Doan's Kidney Pills cure kidney ills; Prove lt by your neighbor's case. Here's Abilene testimony. The story of a permanent cure. J. C. Llghtner, 703 S. edar street, Abilene, Kan., says: "You may con tinue using the statement I gave for publication in 1908 endorsing Doan's Kidney Pills. I still value the rem edy as highly as ever." The endorsement referred to by Mr. Llghtner was In substance as fol lows: "Eight or ten years ago my kidneys became disordered and a dull, heavy pain In the small of my back caused me a great deal of suf fering. It was hard for me to straigh ten and if I remained In one position for awhile, it required quite an ef fort for me to get up. 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