PRIZES TO LADIES WHO
SELL BASEBALL Tlt'Ktttv
It Will Cost only $10 for a Ticket
to All Game.
The Abilene baseball association
The real test
is in the baking.
Other Baking Powders may nuke broad claims,
but when it comet to the production ol ml
delicious biscuit, cakei and putty
prorn its real worth. Thia ii bccauN ol
its much greater leavening power and the
strict purity ol its ingredients.
It costs only a trifle more than the cheap
and big can brands and much leu than the
Trust Baking Powders.
Received Hifhut Award
World's Pur Food Exposition
They Just Eloped.
Charles Miller, a Salina business
college student aged 18 and Miss
Claudia Pugb. of Tampa eloped yes
terday and were married. They hare
been forgiven. The Fughs lire In Her
lngton and were formerly of Abilene,
30 Tears in Business
We can fix your
clook or watch or
See our new
display of Jew
elry, Eye Glasses
COOLEY, THE JEWELER,
Third 3t., across from P. 0.
Full of paints of merit, are num
erous In our assortment of
They are new, artistic and pleas
ing. The colorings are excellent,
and will retain their beauty for
years. There Is not a pattern In
the store that would not make a
charming covering for any room.
A, R. EIAVICK
Exclusive Paint and Wall Paper
WOULD LAND SALINA JOB.
T. St. Peter Told What He Did
W. H. EICH0L17
H. K. EICHOLTZ
Oldest and only exclusive Un
in Dickinson county.
CALI.S ATTENDED DAT OR NIGHT
001a o roan chub
raonlM. ABILENB, EANfAI
FINE ARTIFICIAL TEETH
With or Without Plate
Crown and Bridge Work
Over Caw's Start), Abilene. Hay If
Theo. St. Peter attended a meeting
of the Salina good roads enthusiasts
Tuesday night and tried to land the
job of working the roads the com.
merclal club proposes to Improve.
The Union says:
T. St. Peter, road builder, was pres
ent from Dickinson county. He is the
builder of the Enterprise road, a
famous stretch of road between Abi
lene and Enterprise. It Is three miles
I can make a good road as easily
as I can a bad one," said St. Peter.
Early in the spring is the time to put
the roads into shape. First, clean out
the ditches and burn the trash and
then level the roads. People won't
believe it, but I can make good roads
faster and better with a sled than I
can with a grader. All the grader is
good for Is to shape the road. Then I
don't touch the grader any more that
year. I can easily take care of twenty-
five miles of road with four teams
and keep it up in season.
The Enterprise road I built for
$160. I made $2.50 profit on the
whole Job. I built that road simply
to show the peop,e what could be
done in the way of road making.
Inat was three years ago and since
that time the road has not been
toucled., let it is still in excellent
H. . ee, who brought Mr. St.
Peter from Dickinson county, stated
that he had lately driven over the
Enterprise road and that It was as
fine as any Kansas City boulevard.
Mr. Ktrtland said he has also taken
a spin over the road In an auto last
fall and found It in exellent shape.
At that point Fred. Quincy called
attention to a new law. He said the
law provided for the appointment of
a county engineer to oversee all road
matters in the county. The town
ships, however, could limit the work
as they saw fit. The county survey
or may be appointed to this position.
Mr. Quincy said It would be neces
sary to get the consent of the town
ships as well as the engineer before
private contractors could take care
of the road.
In Saline county the road engineer
has not yet been appointed.
Some wanted to hire St. Peter that
night to build roads. Mr. Watson
and others favored, the offering of
Finally on motion of Mr. Kimball,
a committee consisting of H. D. Lee,
W. W. Watson and F. H. Quincy was
appointed to devise plans for road
Improvement. These plans are to be
submitted to those who subscribed to
the road fund and. If the plans are
satisfactory, the committee will be
employed to go on with the work,
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Halls' Catarrh
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo O,
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 yean,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions, and fi
nancially able to carry out any obli
gations made by bis nrm.
Waldlnsr. Kinman at Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
avstem. Testimonials sent free.
Prices, 75c, per bottle. Sold by all
Take Hall's Family ruis ror con
HOOD'S 8arsaparilla to the medi
cine for impure blood, eruption,
weakness sod general debility It
positively and abeolntel CUHS.
A Certain) Care for Aching Feet.
Foot-Ease, a powder. It cur
Swollen feet At all druggists and
Shoe) Store. 25c. Samol FREE.
Address, Allen S. Olmstead, 1 Roy,
- Talus' fUmtwiMPI
settled the matter of season tickets
at a meeting held last evening. Sea
son tickets will be sold to men good
for admission to both ground and
grand stand for $10. This ticket Is
good for all the 35 game of the
bamplonsblp series and single ad
missions to all of these games would
amount to $12.25. In addition to
this there will be a Decoration day
game and probably five first class
exhibition games during the practice
season before the championship ser
ies opens. These extra game would
cost at single admissions $2.10 more.
The holder of a season ticket will al
so be admitted to these games. The
season ticket admits the holder to
all games given by the association
to the end of the championship
son, so It may be seen that the man
who buys a season ticket gets $14,35
worth of baseball for $10.00.
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The association wants the support
and encouragement of the fairer sex
and Is making a strong bid to secure
It. Ladies' season tickets carrying all
the privilege of the men' season
tickets will be sold for $7.60. All
season tickets will be transferable
but they will have a space for the
signature of the owner so that ticket
may be taken up at the gate In the
event that it should be lost. There
may be some men who do not car IV
for a season ticket Including admis
sion to the grand stand and It Is
probable that a season ticket good
for grounds wi.i be sold for $7.60;
but this matter has not been positive
It may as well be understood first
as last that with just one exception
there will be no free list. The men
who made baseball possible In Abl'
lene guaranteed $25 to see the sea'
son carried through and they have
put up all of the mxney that has thus
fur been called far. A certificate of
stock and a season ti':ct was Usued
to them. This opportunity was of
fered to everyone and it is still open.
Every stockholder and every officer
who gets any additional tickets vill
pay for them. Two tickets will be
Issued to every newspaper in the
county and the association will re
ceive more for them thany any other
tickets it disposes of. Just one free
ticket will be Issued and that one
will go to R. W. Hoffman, of Enter
prise, president of the league.
The association will conduct a cotf-'l
test and will give two prizes, $10 In
gold and one season ticket, to the
two ladles turning in the largest
amount of money from the sale of
season tickets. A commission wlii
also be paid on each ticket sold. Full
details of the. contest will be an.
The association has now the sig
natures of about fifteen players on
contracts and there are two or three
contracts out that have not yet been
returned " The board of directors Is
much pleased with present conditions.
The Junction City management Is
Interested in knowing how the re
port started that there I a chance
that Doherty, the Fort Riley pitcher,
win play with either Abilene or Sa
lina. Doherty will pitch for the
Junction City team and will make
trouble for both Abilene and Salina
during the season. ,
Salina Union: One thing can be
said In favor of Abilene; it will have
a lot of enthusiastic and pretty girls
who will fight to a finish for that
team. A Union reporter met a bunch
of Abilene girls Sunday and they
were absolutely baseball crazy. Tbey
were willing to bet anything that
Abilene would win the pennant.
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Salina Journal: If Abilene can
put out as good a league team a It
ha in the high school line, the
others had better look out That kid
team I setting too fast a gait for the
other teams of its class. Of course
It may be due to Sommeri, who will
play with Ellsworth this summer.
Sommers, who will catch for Ells
worth this year, Is receiving more ad
vertislng in the C. K. league papers
than any othej player on the circuit.
President Hoffman of the Central
Kansas league, has written the man
agers of the Salina team that they
need not worry about exhibition
games. "I' will have all you want,"
said Mr. Hoffman. This means that
he I aow In correspondece with a
number of team who want to play
at the opening of the season here;
Wanted at Abilene, Kan., in the
K. league, a left handed pitcher.
Must hare bad professional exper
ience. Writ to F. B. Beagle, Mgr.
It I noticeable that then art no
college player In the StaU league.
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rUST look at that coat it will look the same on
you. Give you just the same shoulder the collar
will lie just as snug the lapels will behave as
properly on your body as they do in the illustration.
Notice the long vent with the vest peeping through
seethe extra length of the coat. Realize what a
smart effect the three, closely set buttons, grouped
half way down, present.
The pocket is set in slant-wise and matches the turn-over cuff. Of
course, you haven't overlooked the fact that one set of stripes runs up and
down and t'other from east to west. It's a mightily smart garment, but no
one could accuse it of being loud it's different, radically different, but not
in bad taste.
never are. 1 hey re not meant tor people wno want to De ciowns just
for yonng fellows who have the good sense to observe good form and who
want clothes that are in good form and make their own forms better.
Many more original fashions, each characterized with the same elements
of style sanity.
UY . UTT
Abilene's Fashionable Clothier and Hatter.
while of number of them will be
found on the C. K. circuit. The State
season opens too early In June and
the college players will hardly have
time to get out of condition before
tbey will be playing every day.
The Abilene management has a
new scheme. Its players will also
play In the band. Thus the league
and the band will sort of go "havers"
on expenses, making a saving for
It will probably be pretty dull In
Mid-Kaw baseball circles now until
the players begin to report for prac
tice. Most of tne team have sign
ed practically all the men they ex
pect to use, for the first few weeks
of the season anyway, so the dope
writers over the circuit will have lit
tle or nothing on which to work un
til the practice season begins.
Salina Union: The press and
preachers only will be given passes
In the Central Kansas league. Fav
orites will have to pay the same as
other people. The courtesy of a
pass Is generally extended to minis
ters while, because of the fact that
the press Is compelled to properly
report the games, It Is only fair that
tbey shduld receive passes. And they
give. In free writeups, a whole lot
more than their ticket would cost.
Junction City Is to hare a tip top
official scorer. Tom Dorn ha been
named for the place by President
Hoffman, at the recommendation of
officials of the local association. Dorn
1 a thorough fan and has been a
clow student of the game for many
year. He will be an nnusuany com
petent official scorer. Mr. Hoffman
seem to have the faculty of getting
exactly the right men for the official I
positions and he I exactly the
right man for the place he hold.
The player are perhaps more in
terested In the selection of official
scorers than are the fans. The scor
ers make up the records from which
the Individual fielding and batting
averages are figured for the season.
These averages are looked to by man
ager the country over as Indicating
the class of the players. However,
there are a few exception to this
proposition as a general rule. Oc
caslonally a man compiles a batting
average of 350 In one of the minor
leagues. He goes higher and It de
velops that 225 really expresses his
altual batting speed. The reason is
easy. He has been a favorite with
one of two scorers In the lower lea
gue class and tbey bare been credit
ing with safe hits, when instead
some fielder on the opposing team
should have been charged with an
error. When the scoring rule are
fairly applied to the batting of the
favorite player his average shrinks
and he soon goes back to the brush
league In which his average was pad
ded. It I to be hoped that there will
be a minimum of that sort of work
on this curcult. junction uuy un
I'd like to be a pitcher, and on the
Diamond stand, a cap upon my Fore
head, a Ball within my Hand. Before
Applauding Thousands, I'd throw
Contortion would mark my Every
the Curving Sphere, and from the
eye of Batsmen, bring forth the
Briny Tear. I'd make my Occupa
tion a thing of Pomp and Dread; I'd
tie Myself In Bow-knots, and stand
upon my Head; string of WUd
Throw, and all the Fan would Mur
mur: "Oh, ulrii, am i ne a joi Ana
when I left the Diamond, on Rest or
Pleasure Bent the Kid would trail
behind me, and Worship a they
went; and all the Sporty Grownups
would say: "He's warm Enough I"
and Fair and Cultured Ladle would
cry: "H I th Stuff!" I'd Ilk to
be a Pitcher, while I remain Be
low; by day to Gather Garland, by
night to Count the Dough. Walt
The Abilene Reflector has a de
partment, "In Baseball Circles." The
Reflector ought to know that base
ball Is a four-cornered game. K. C.
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If you have a Hyomel Inhaler In
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If you have not an Inhaler, ask for
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Hyomel I sold and guaranteed by
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It will relieve a cold In fire minute,
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It give most gratifying relief to con
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It rrlierM stomach misery, sour stom
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