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1 n 1 31 iv 0 ULiU i nn vv uu my 17 A i y n c k . k 1, I v., : I s sir j ! m" 5555 5 r r- TiM-a . flwe Stoddard Marriea. v . I -C-vm ClAT.TnVHH' MIINI MKRl'. ' v. v -w . . KiiiiillllU ' X" JEH CTVT .--v.. , l A KUNAWAI . 1 "' -fit I j Hit' ' ' r"' You Will learn on the first page of the Re fleeter that the BUICK won in the race at Abilene on May 31st. The Reo is consider ed its strongest competitor, but the BUICK easily demonstrated its superiority. At the close of the race every bearing, radiator and all parts of the engine were in perfect condition, amply able to continue 50 miles more without either a renewal of the gaso lene supply or extra oiling. This was one of the severest tests a car can have. The BUICK can make just as good a showing on hill climbing or going through sand. There are over 40 BUICKS in Dickinson County which speaks well for its popularity. Every owner is a satisfied customer. Let us show you. A large stock kept at Abilene. Prices: Runabout, $1,000; five passenger touring car, $1,050; seven passenger touring car, $1,750. None better. E E. COULSOW & CO., Agents ABILENE, KANSAS MET DEATH IN John WomlchU, Sr., s Frmer of Booth Dickinson, Killed. John Womlchil, Sr., a farmer of Bouth Dickinson, having lived near Carlton for several years, was killed In a runaway hear his home Tuesday morning. The team ran into a barbed wire fence and be was caught by the wire and his throat cut. He was, on his way to the creamery when it happened. He was dead when found by the mall carrier. Fun eral services will be held Thursday. New Addition to Cemetery to Be Graced With Memorial. The Cemetery Committee has of fered the O. A. E. a fine plat of ground in the new addition of the cemetery on wh,ich to erect a Sold i... Memorial monument. The mat ter will be taken up and considered by the Abilene Post No. 63 at its next meeting. The Idea is a fine one. Abilene ,. nnvor cone In tor public monu ments and now that the new addi tion tn th cemetery Is to be laid out artistically it will be a good place to begin, i Spring Hammocks NOW READY Patterson Hammocks are the three points that count, Strength, Richness of design. Body 34x84 full color, hard spun, ' 3-ply yni each Body 34x84 full color, fringed drapery, large round pillow, in green, red and yellow striped effects, each - Body 38x88 heavy canvass weave, fancy check and panel designs, large tufted pillow, heavy fringe and very strong, each Body 42x90 heavy canvass weave, deep fringed Valance, assorted colors, large tufted throw back pillow, curved head and adjust able foot spreaders; a large and comfortable hammock I best in the Make and .75 2.40 3.40 Mrs. Grandberry Is President for the Coining Tear. , The Columbian Club was entertain ed at the home of Mrs. C. B. Hoff man Tuesday. Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock and followed by a musl- cale given by Miss Grandberry, Mrs. Short. Miss McShea and Mrs. Hodge. The election of officers preceded the regular program, them being chosen: President, Mrs. E. H. Grandberry; Vice President, Mrs. O. A. Bterl; Raeordlns Secretary. Mrs. J. A, Flack; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. V. M. Northcraft; Treasurer, Mrs. v B. Witmer. !.- . EiKht of the ladles agreed to as sist in the care of children to be sent here for the summer from the Orphans' Home of Kansas City. A report of the State Federation at Hntohlnson was liven by the dele gate. Mrs. Nevln, Mrs. Grandberry and Mr. Hodge. The program in cluded naners by Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Rice and a report of the civics by Mrs. Woodward. Bargain Basement BASEBALL DOPE. The guillotine ha started to fall several of the tryouts have had their meal tickets cut off. Those whn met the aad fate are: Cusac, Nell, Sublet, Pike, Murry, McCrack- en and Lingo. The Abilene Red Sox will play an exhibition game with a Topeka team Saturday. "Red" McCraken In an attempt to natch a fir broke his right thumb above the second Joint This will necessitate "Red" to take an un locked or lay off. Here's hoping Red" will have a chance at the league sometime and not alwayt be so unfortunate. Manaser Toung expects to give his eolta a chance to spike some runs acroa the pan next week against the Kansas City Red Sox. Eclipse Tomorrow Evening. Th.M will ha a total eellnae Of the moon Thursday, Jsn 3rd. The moon will rise la obscurity, and re main In eclipse for about an hour. Two weeks later, almost to the min ute the soon will be on the opposite side of the heavens, aad changes Us :al(ro position UtU that It ui cause an eclipse of the tun. fleorce Stoddard Married. nnriri Rfnildard. a former AW w oti.1 graduate of the Abilene high school, was married to Miss ni Rnillmnn yesterday morning at nine o'clock at the Presbyterian h ii nh tn Peabody. Rev. Dr. Blayney officiating. ... After the wedding cere- tho hi-Ma and a-room and many guests were entertained at a wedding breakfast by Mr. and Mrs. sterling of Peabody. - Mr. Stoddard is the A Ranratarv of the T. M. C at Topeka. The bride and groom will be at home at the Devon Fiat in Toneka after June 16. The many friends of Mr. Stoddara in ADiieue extend their best wishes to the happy couple. A Family Party. Mr. J. M. Brewer, entertained in honor of her sisters and mother, there being five of the family present, Mrs. Rebecco Dohner oi west amura, Ohio, Mrs. Etta Brechbill, Garrett, ind.. the mother. Mrs. Katie David son, Harrisbury, Pa., Mrs. J. Q, Land- Is and Mrs. M. L. Hoffman oi tnis city. This is the first time id zi years that these sister have been tnaathar. They are daughter of Rev. Henry Davidson, the first editor of the Evangelical Visitor, whicn was nnhllshad in Abilene. A delicious luncheon was served and all were privileged to partake of tne line strawberries Mr. Brewer i famous for raising. Tyenty guest were pres ent and all had a fine time. Card of Thank. In this public manner we desire to return our heartfelt thanks to the many kind friends both here and in Oklahoma who aided and sympathis ed with us in the loss of our loved ie. P. B. ROSS AND FAMILY. Mrs. Dnnn Dead. Mrs. Dunn, mother of Mr. P. B. Rosa, died at her home on West First last evening aged It yeara. Her husband Is also critically 111. Fun eral notice later. Will Erect Brick B ding. O .P. Fenton Is having hi old . vniMinv na Broadway. in which he ha bad hi teed (tors, torn down. Mr. Fenton will hare a two atsrr brick building with all- the latest Improvements erected in its place. J. L. Kruger has been given tha intract and work on the new building will eomeoes immediately. Ten Copper Wires Give Direct Service to This City. Today was opened the new tele phone line from Abilene to Hutchin son and Wichita which has been built by the Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., under the supervision of C. L. Brown, secretary and treas urer of the company. Ten copper wires run from Abilene which is the company' headquarters, to Wichita eivlna- a direct line from that city to Kansas City and a perfect service. The new line cost about 176,000 and with the direct line to Kansas City It Is one of the most perfect tele- nhone line In the country. Thl office talked over the new line to Hutchinson and Wichita to day and the service I as clear and perfect a the local service In this city. ABOUT PEOPLE. j. M. Kolxow. of Hope, was an Ahltena visitor. vim Clara Wenxer la visiting in Junction City. Keturah Bwartx left for an extend ed visit in California. Miss Bertha Winn went to Junc tion City for n visit Mr. O. J. Peter returned from Dixon and Sterling, 111. County Attorney Rugh went to Em- nnrla on lecal business. U.nn Vaath. of HUtchlnSOn, IS visiting with bis parents. u u a andraaon and son nave gone to Boston to spend the sum mer. Mrs. M. Newman and two grand children returned , from a visit at Mankato. Mr. J. J. Kugler ha gone to Pltt- field, 111., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Blanch Eddy. a. A. Cooper and daughter, Lu- dle and Estells, left for Canada to spend the summer. Mr. N. B. Robson and daugnter Marybelle, bars gone to California to spend the summer. Prof. K. H. Kessler, the Aoiiene high school science teacher, left for the east to spend the summer. aire. Wa. Gross, who ass been n guest at the horn of 8. A. Cooper, returned to her horns at Junction City. mat stalls Frost, who has been at tending tha Central Kansas Baslaess Colkfe, returned to her home at Grayrtlle, lit VS Mmiire-Hout.,"5 Clark W. Hout of Jewell City and Hattie Menges of Abilene were mar ried Saturday at the court house in Junction City by Judge Ziegelasch. Couple Made Happy. J. B. Haggart, of Damar, and Miss Ethel Johnston, of Stillwater, Okla., were married at the court house by Probate Judge Anderson. Abberton-Darrow., Last Wednesday, occurred the wed ding of Miss Mary Abberton, of Carl ton, to Mr. Endsley Darrow of Abi iana tvia RarAmnhv was nerformed at Council Grove and the bride and groom returned on the evening train Carlton. Mr. Darrow ha been a resident of Carlton for some time and has been a successful teacher in the county for several years. Mr. Darrow i employed at Abilene, where he ha a house In readiness for House keeping. Carlton ' Tribune. Vlnson-Holeman. Mis Pearl Ethel Vinson and Mr. William B. Holeman. both of thl? city, were united in marriage at ths home of the brlde'a mother, airs. u.,ik, vinann. on east Cottage aven ue, at 8 o'clock last evening, Rev. W. C. Coleman officiating. After ths ceremony all partook of a bountiful wedding supper, adoui iwem., '- ..j f.i.i.41 v.m nraaant Mr. Holeman Is one of Abilene' popular young ladle and will make many r.ends in her new home. Mr. Hole man is a successful young man, and be and Mrs. Holeman have, many friends here who wish them a nappy wedded life. They will be at home after June 10th at Manhattan. Weston, Oeean-to)ce Walker, Raid recently: "When you feel i - .-a foal there is BO us BUR. " " living, lust tak your bad thoughts . .ad walk them off. Before yon have walked a mile things will look rosier. Just try if Mav yon noticed tie Increase In walking of .... i. mmmnnltvf Many at tribute It to the eomfort which Allen's ..a tha antisentie powder to un shaken Into ths shoes, gives to ths millions now nslng it AS wesum hss said, "It has real merit" ZSdZtt vidnn remedy- are for all diseases of the kidneys and bladder. They act prompur fcArk- rhanmatie nsina. IsnammaUon sf the bladder, urinary ianrdar and weak kidneys, eoia o Paise Drag Store.