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Men's sewed soles 75c, nailed 60 Ladies' " . " 60c, " 50 Children's soles 40, all heels 20 and 25 Rubber heels 35 Done at the Blue Front Abilene, Kas. The above is a fac-simile of 37 large signs for as many agencies we have started in towns within 180 miles of Abi lene. Anyone having shoes to be repair ed please look up your local agent. If there is no agent in your town please ad vice us and we will place one as soon as convenient. Positively no advance in prices. -. ' The Blue Front Shoe Storo Lame shoulder Is almost Invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free applica tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment is not only prompt and ef fectual but In no way disagreeable to use. Sold by C. E. Northcraft. ft Co. - Tell some deserving Rheumatic sufferer, that there Is yet one simple way to certain relief. Get Dr. Shoop's book on Rheumatism and a free trial test. This book will make it entirely clear how Rheumatic ninVl7 killed bv Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy liquid or tablets. Send no money. The tent Is free Surprises some dis heartened sufferer by first getting for hiBi the Dott trein- tT oluwiw."i Mi. All D' e .., - Trouble Increasing. ttti tvnnhl. with fOOd-di gestlon seems to be increasing, and various pains line kuuih- - -v. - k..ir..iia At . hpnet vou: when your' bowels and liver seem contln- . ... V.A. wAt, HUM IB UW.y OUl OI oruer, ni j"" .--- Dr. Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pep sin. It IS sale, pieaoani turn i. perior to all pills or cathartio waters K. ... . . i a. Mln ... SI. Sola oy an aruggin." - t Money back If it falUv .v Allaa'a Foot-East. A powder for iwollen, Ured, hot, ..ti-.. m flamola sent (re. Also Free Sample ol the Foot-Bast Sanitary Corn-Pad, a n'W lnvrauau. Address Allen & Olmstead, LeBoy, N.T. . Rings Little Liver Pills regulate the bowels and cure sick neaaacne Easy to take. Plnesalve, carbolised, thoroughly healing and cleansing antiseptic, soothes and stops pain. Sold by Palace Drug Store. In sickness, if a cortaln hidden nerve goes wrong, then the organ that this nerve controls will also surely fail. It may be a Stomacn nerve, or it may have given strength . ' i tk. iiAort nr Kldnevs. It was Dr. Shoop that first pointed to this vital truth. Dr. Shoop's Restorative was not made to dose the Stomach nor to temporarily stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That old- fashioned metnoa is an nrou8. .. Shoop's Restorative goes directly 10 . ..n in. napvM The re- mese laniue markable success of this proserin- tion demonstrate, urn i treating the actual cause of these failing organs And It is indeed easy to prove A simple nv w v test will surely tell. Try it once, and see! Bold by All Dealers CASTOR I A Jot Isfiuta and Cbildreu, Tij Vsi Yw Ean AImjs E:i Sean the Pgnatureo Plneules new Kidney remedy are for all diseases of the kidneys and bladder. They act promptly In all mm of lame back, rhenmatla pains, IcflammaUoB of the bladder, urinary disorders and weak kidneys. 8old by Palace Drug Store. 1M la W whib wm INSURANCE BATES UP AGAIN. Abilene Does Not Like Paying More Premiums. The new law adopted by the leg islature making the insurance com panies to file their rate with the state Is In effect and of course all filed the same rate. The Abilene rates are those made when the town was re rated a year ago and which a fight led by 8enator Brewer succeeded in defeating. The rates are much high' or than those at present in force. A commercial club meeting was called' for 4 p. m. today to protest against approval of the new rates. CROP PROSPECTS PROMISING. J. A. Engle of Abilene Milling Co. Is Back From Convention. J. A. Enale returned from a trip to Chicago and east in the interest of the Abilene Milling Co., taking in the Annual Millers' Convention held in Chicago. He reports a very successful meeting. Millers and com mercial men were well represented. Many subjects of Interest and lm nnrtMim tn millers and arain men were connected with the different sessions.' Among some of the lnter estina features are the growing Im provement of the present crop condi tions 1 the different states and es nedallT that of our own state. It appears In the Judgment of many well posted grain men that the shortage on the last Tear report by our state secretary will be more than redeemed this year If weather conditions con tinue favorable which would cer tainly be a great relief to the man who is earnestly looking for lower prices on bread stuff. This Is not only true of Kansas but makes condi tions look rather hopeful and en couraging for the coming crop year. This "along with the practical lines of milling made a very pleasant trip MAIL COMES LATER. Kansas City Service Is Improved oa Union Pacific On Sunday the Union Pacific made the official change of Its mail service. A change was made In the handling of mall cars on the road west of Kan City. The mall cars that form erly came west on No. 101 known as old 101 and which got here at 10:03 at nlgut will be held at Kansas City until 101 leaves, arriving here at 4:17 a. m. All of the mail will arrive here at 4:17 a. m. This means a great deal to the bnsiness men and all who have mall coming each day from the east All mall that Is nailed oat of Kansas City before 10: it la the evening win arrive la this city oa the morning train sad answers can be sent back at Boos arriving la Kansas City la si! r. .. Enterprise School Has Chosen New List of Teacher. ' ' Enterprise Push: After a some what protracted and heated session of the board of trustees of the Enter- nriu Nnrmai Academv. nractlcally an ...,.. ..,!. ... .iMted. eu"""' " " Prof. Btelninger was ine bb. of the old faculty that was retained. that was retained. : t t.i.. nr v.nDii p it was elected principal and Prof. Kettejohn elected principal and iroi. neuejonn of Lorain and Rev. Edward Aaling . .l- .xi... of Kearney, mo. are me omei Instructors. These men come well recommended and will no doubt con tlnue to build up the scBool. IB. bU VUIIU MM WW ,. t... v i..v ii.nni , mere dm ueuu lava. . i .v.- .ini.irBiinn for the oast IU MW ..l"."'".' " vear and the board have sought to remedy matters by malting a sweep ing change. Prof. Koeller will con .. x m i A horH summer' work to prepare the way for a successful year for his suoces- IBLUI 3 en. ... - i - a . .. .1- BUT. 17 1 UL. nunm .. " for the school In the four years he ('IINfiK's .i'.l has been principal. He is a hard gie, miss juyra urooas, ,. r,u8.c, . m n win haljnhn C Rover. Alice Flddock. Laura woraer aua na biw."" " appreciated more five years hence than he is now. j - , NEW LAW IN EFFECT. Road Tax Must Now Be Paid In Cash In Abilene. 1 Todav the new road law went Into effect, and hereafter poll tax must he nald in cash to the street commis sioner. Vou cannot hire some one who owes you to go and work out the tax. You must dig up the cash and turn it over to the street commission er. Eggs for Hatching. From choice Rhode Island Reds One dollar per setting. S. H. Lenhart Abilene, R. D. 2., Tel. Acme. 18w3mo , , i This Settled It. Chapman Advertiser: The poll tax law was aiven a test In Justice Foley's court last Friday morning In the case of M. E. Howe who was arrested un der the complaint of Street Commis sioner Thlsler, by whose notification Mr. Howe refused to work. The con snnuences he was arrested, and re ceived a trial by Jury. The defendant in the case was found guilty and as aodBori IK and costs, amounting to 14. The fine was remitted under the conditions that Mr. Howe pay or work his noil tax and the costs in the case. This' settled a long disputed question. ., , ,.! -i I , ' V10O Reward, 9100. The readers of this paper will be ntaaaaH in loam flint there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, ana that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re hmIm. o .nnnRtitntlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally, acting directly upon me oiooa and mucous surfaces of the system, ,h.Mhv riatrnvlnar thfl foundation Of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitu tion and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much work. The proprietors have so much i faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars lor any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. i Address F. J. Cheney ft Co., To-1 leao, u. T FSi-- Sold by an aruggists, vdc. pa'tion. t i. n.wi.nd. i William Koch, the Hope hardware . I man, bought an Overland touring car of Prendergast today and drove it home. He has used a Cadillac for two years, one of the earlier models Your Choice of Over Two Thousand Premiums Given for Coupons from all 'PKODsJCTS Coupons Given Free For Soliciting For Your Home Grocers Special Grand Prizes Awarded Every Htcnih. Ask About Our Ran. Tt3 H, D. Ii3 It, Cl. i::hten Members of Training Class Made Records. At the recent examination held Mtejpublic library of the class that . . . ' -- has devoted the academic year to the ...In nt Oiinifni. bnnwtl t.B.h.r Rriidv of a Rundav school teacher 1 '. : . ... I training course l persons nanaea in i.i,..MnH,. .-..,-, I "e cuurcnes 01 me cuy, paaeeu sausiactory examination. iue uiuo- teenth one wrote with no thought of iwum wiw w.w v vUvuB passing but simply to see what ahe I nm,M tin ' , . Tne-iiesi was a Teasouauiy ngm 'one and the grading was close, it is to the credit of the students that 16 nl them made a trade of 90 or over. - Nine ol them made over (5 and one, I ... Miss Alice jnaaoca, una a graue oi 100. Those passing the examination are in Allen Kftiiffmftn. EnoB N. EDffle. Wfcton Hinkle, Miss M. L. Blarney. I 1 T Vat.. T n 1. n A V.llfl- Mrs. A. J. Bingham, John A. Kauft- Imbh A linn L'nnln I Hflm H:nsin. I Miss Amanda Engle,Mr. Adella En- i - - - Ilfff. Hattie Bolt, Mary Miller. """"" u"u " the Bible section oi tne course. Airer another month's review drill they will also take the test on the training section, embracing pedagogics, child study and Sunday school manage ment. The class meets tonight In the Christian church. HE LIGHTED A MATCH IN HAYMOW WITH USUAL RESULT Northeast Dickinson Citizen Burns ' F. W. Karl's Barn. 1 From Friday's Dally, John Warnack, a resident of north east Dickinson, was severely burned about 4 o'clock this morning In F. Karl's barn,, which burned to the ground about one mile and a half north of Detroit,. Warnack last1 evening started to walk to Abilene to secure a Job. About 8:30 in the morning he became weary of his tramp and went into After he had climbed Karl's barn. Into the haymow he struck a match to ftnd a comfortable place to sleep. to una a comioriame vmw tu He carelessly threw the match In' the ... .... . hay which caugnt lire ana soon wm a mass of flames. . Attempting to es cape he was badly burned and be' came unconscious luv .w... -. HhAriff Young and Deouty onerm Jeffcoat were immediately notified . . and went after Warnack' in an auto mobile. They brought him to Abilene and placed him in the county hospi tal. .;' Many neighbors of Mr. Karl came help' put out theV fire but" their as sistance was in vain as the barn, which was a" large structure could not be Saved. All the contents were HOI Oe WVISU. Ju wunuio n.w Also burned, but no live stock s tne '. ,1... ..t. o .h. Biso ourneu, uui u .... P "'" cattle and horses had been turned out to pasture. Lobs 12,000. MAY WEATHER WAS NORMAL. Month Had Few Bad Days and One Freeze The weather for May vas normal witb a few bad days. . There was a . . . t 1t nd , fro.t - ... on tne lotn. ine mu uiaimu." u......... a, 77gt tDe mean minimum 47.8 The mean . maximum temperature and the mean was 61.5 Tbe max! temperature was 100 degrees on the 6th, being I degrees hotter than last year and 4 degrees hotter than two Tears aco while the lowest minimum temperature was 21 on the . . . . . . . i . t.,,. 1st being lt degrees lower than last year and 1 degrees lower than two vanra aarO Total precipitation was 5.34 in ches; greatest la 24 hours, .85. 18 clear days, ( cloudy and 5 partly cloudy., i HOWARD WAGNER. Crarys SeU the Times, i. M. and B. C. Crary who hare been publishing the Heringlon Times 20 years have sold lt to waiter 8mith of Downs, Kan. It will not seem natural not to have the Crarys the newspaper business. They have published clean, fair paper and maila moner. Mr. Smith Is a hustler and win keep the Times up to a high standard. i BASEBALL GOSSIP. one sided game or oaii yeweruaj . which the Talmage bunch were the giants, "spiking 11 runs across the rubber to Wakefield's three. Tbe Wakefield squad could Bet pull to gether and were unable to wield tbe hi stick for more than three hits. Talmage has a fast team this season and has a clean slate so far. Bat teries: Talmage Baker, McDonel! and Cusac; Wakefield Tonkin, My ers aid Eggleston. For tale cheap TOO lb. capacity tj. 8. Separator. N. E. Glsb. AM- -, - .mw.'f, imfi I Tablets will ! y the nerves, ish sick heaciac prevent dubnon dency and Invliiorate the whole sys tem, Sold by V. is. Kortncrart to, A Vital Point. The most delicate part of a baby i is lis Dowels. Bivery ailment t lt ,uKeP. wltn attacks the bowels m ft. Mn.t ABU. tha that al I an andana-Arlnff In most esses the life I., .i ... . .niAA. t.it ui iu h.t .... cures diarrhoea, dysentery ana derangements of deransrementa of the atomach or bowels. C. E. Northcraft ft Co. T i uvuiuBl wiu.ua, . blind piles yield to Doan's Ointment. nhrnnln rauui nnnn relieved, flnallv U.l.lna klaaflln TtlVlf Flininff or Chronic cases soon relieved, finally cured. Druggists all sell It. . Trouble Makers Ousted. When a aufferer from stomach troubles takes- Dr. King's New Life Pills he's mighty glad to see his Dys- nanalA anil IniUfi-Aatlon flv. hilt mora he's tickled over bis new, Ine appe- tita. atronsr nerves, healthv vlaor. because stomach, liver and kidneys now work right 25c at J. M. Glelss- ner's. -.... Vm Vam Ha. Tnll Just exactly the cause of your rheu matism, out you anow you nave u. no von know that Ballard's Snow T lnlml.nl will I1A It -rAllAVAB thA pain reduces the swelling and lim bers tbe Joints and muscles so that you will be as active and well as you ever were, rnce bog, dvu kuu C. B. Northcraft ft vo. Even Woman Will Be Interested. There has recently been discovered an aromatic, pleasant herb cure for woman's tils, called Mother Grays Australian Leaf. It Is the only cer tain regulator. Cures female weak neBS and backache, kidney, bladder and urinary troubles. At all drug gists or by mall 50 cents. Sample free. Address, The Mother Gray Co LeRoy, N. Y. Dvsnensta Is America's curse. Bur dock Blood Bitters conquer dyspepsia every t me. It drives out impurities tones the stomach, restores perfect digestion, normal weight and good health. M..tliAiia Ttavntlnn . Tn hr phlldren Is one of the most hunntiful thinirn In Ufa. When thev are sick, the wise mother, who has Interests, promptly gives them Dr. i Caldwell S ( laxative j syrup repmo. it quickly relieves pain and fever, and n. naua An onvrhfniT hllf ffnntl. TlV AMt . tk nil itabkI lrtr.fl a mtlnalt and thtk Vl.tT I IB UL IWU P.111UD "-a head that comes trom a hick neau ache. Does your head ever feel like a irnliril anil VOllT hram fel lOOSS aourd and your brain feel loose and an? You can cure lt In no lima ho anllne1 nn vntir liver wltn Ballard's Herbine. Isn't it worth irvinir for tha ahaoliite and certain re ef you'll getT U. B. normcraii ft Co. " fmilil Not tta Itattar. Va nna haa avar made a Salve. Oint ment lotion or balm to com Dare with - . . - . . Bucklen's Arnica Haive. its tne one .. nettler of Cut,. - - . g es Scaid8 Bon,, Ulcers, Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands it's su preme. Infallible for Piles. Only 2gc at J. M. Qlelssner's. Th firat annllnatlnn of ManZan ih. mmi phia ramartr. will almost in stantly give relief. Continued use of ManZan for a few days will effect a cure. The tube In which lt Is put up has a small noztle attached, so that there Is no inconvenience wnaiever. ManZan Is for the cure of any kind of Piles. It Is sold here by tbe Palace Drug Store. Women Who Are Envied. TI..U ati.mu.tlva woman who are lovely In face, form and temper are tbe envy ot many, wno migni qs use them. A Weak, sickly woman will be aervous and Irritable. Consti pation or Kidney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and MlihMl anmnlaxlon. For all SUOh Electric Bitters work wonders. They regulate Stomach, Liver ana moneys, purify the blod;give strong nerves, hvivkt Avaa n lira hraath. smoth. vel vety skin, lovely complexion. Many charming women owe tneir uea.vu . - . . . i 1... and beauty to them. 60c at J. M Qleianer's. 1.. l.il raalar of this Diner will pm.Iv. nn rannaat. A clever "NO- Drlp" Coffee Strainer Coupon privl- fnnm Til" RhiHin. RaClilS. WiS It is silver-plated, very pretty and ..i.l..l, nrn.nl. all rirlnnint of tea or coffee. The Doctor sends lt, with his new free book on "Heaitn ui fa" aimnlT to Introduce this clever substitute for real coffee. Dr. Shoop Health Coffee Is gaining it great mniil.pllv hapanaA of! first. Its SX- ....i.i. ann i ii vnr amina. ilb absolute bealthfulness; third, Its ec onomy 1 Xb 26c; fourth, iu con venience No tedious 20 to 10 mln-iwiiifna- "Maria In a minute" says Dr. Shoop. Try It at your gro cer s for a pleasant surprise. ei knap ft Roemer. Summer courts and colds are obsti nate and difficult to cure. The most nrnmn. mafhmt la tn In Ira anmAthlna pleasant which will gently move the bowels; a good laxative cough syrup. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup will sure ly and promptly cure yonr cold. Sold by Palace Drug Store. For anr oaln. from top to toe, from any cause, apply Dr. Thomas EdeetrlC oil. Pala can't stay where It Is need. riAsiirnnlA. lamas mlMtaHMVntl&l L..,.,.- . 'i ' ' ... Is assured you when you luy Dr. l'v,rr't, family rocdlclnds for ail the liifM-tU-enu enuring into them are prliuwl oa the bpttle-wrapper and their formulas are attested under oath as being complete andcorreot You know justwhatyouara paying for and that tha Ingredients are gathered from Nature's laboratory, being selected from the most valuable native medicinal roots found growing In our American foiwOTwajjihTlt potent to cure are parfeTO harmlaatvanto the most delloale woineanillaThr Nota drns PuuapajiMll reUni-4 sivcor no. This aaeiitnowwssas IntrtnaTriiiiniHrm nroDertlw of its own. being a most valuable antlseptlo and nU ferment, nutritive and soothing demul sent. Glycerins plays an Important part la Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery la the cure of Indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour rieliuts, heart-burn, foul breath, coated toDttue, poor appetite, gnawing feeling In stom ach, biliousness and kindred derange menu of the stomach, liver and bowels. ailments, tho'Golden Medical Dlssevery Is a speclfie for all diseases of the muoont membranes, as catarrh, whether of tne nasal oatsaies or of the stomach, bowels or pelvlo organs, Even In Its ulcerative stages It win yield to this soverelcn rem edy If Its use be persevered In. InChraola Catarrh of the Nasal passages, lt Is well, while taking the "Golden Medical Dis covery" for the neoessary constitutional treatment) to cleanse the passages fresl two or three times a day with Dr. SaiV Catarrh Remedv. This thorough course of treatment generally euras tha worst eases. In tmnahi ana hnaTMnass eansad br Droit- ehlsi, throat and Iuds affections, except eoa tllmpllon in Its aarancaa stasaa, uia -uoiuaa ladlnal DlriArra u a moat afflolant laa. edy, especially In those obstinate, heM-ea coushs caused by Irritation and congestion eff the bronchial muoousmembrenea The"I)La coverj " Is not so sood tor acute ooiwhs aria. Inc from sudden colds, nor must II be ex pected to cure consumption In Its advanced stages no medicine will do that but for all the obstinate, chronic courts, which, If net" wcted, or badly treated, lead up to conraDiD tlaav UlatbaoastmedlclnethatoanbaMkea, CONSIGN YOUR LIVE STOCK TO M. K. &T. Commis sion Company FOB which; J. R. VAN VOORST I. .lll. ..I..mm and PERSONALLY looks after all shiproente from DICKINSON CO. Write us for any Information you de sire In regard to the market. , 871 LIVE STOCK fXOHANOE KANSAS CITY, MO. Abilene Steam Laundry. Perfect Work. Reuonbl Priotit DstMnlii ftntnst In tin PllM tHtltf 4prlDR water uned and (U work Kuaranteed 3. E. GOODWIN Proprietor. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. UNION PACIFIC , j Eastbonnd 102 Passenger (Limited) 4:23 a. m. 110 Passenger ....... .3;30 a. m. 104 Passenger. ....... .11:55 a. m, 108 Passenger 1:46 p. m. 158 Local Freight 1:10 p. m. Westbound 101 Passenger (Limited) 2:68 a. m. 109 Passenger ...10:03 p. m. 107 Passenger , . . . .2:10 p. m. 10S Passenger 8:67 p. m. 159 Local Freight 8:30 a. m. ROCK ISLAND Eastbound 581 Mall Express...... 10:50 a. m. 6Ct Local Freight....... 4:00 p. m. Motor ,..,8:26 p. m. Westbound 636 Mall Express. 6:66 p.m. (II T.1 Vralvht llilg a. BS. ... aa.., vb'... Motor ............. ;...1:0 p. m, SANTA VM -' Sonthbosmd 30 Passenger.. 11:00 a. m. 808 Freight ....2:05 p. m. 810 Freight .......3:15 p.m. Northbound 307 Passenger i:T a. m. 309 Freight : . 811 Freight .....2:10 p. u. Ballna Branch Leave for Sallna 317 Mixed , :20 a. m. 31 Mixed .12:06 p. 321 Mived... 4:06 p. m. m. Arrive from Ballna. 318 Mixed 7:55 a. 320 Mixed 10:66 a. 322 Mixed 3:10 p. m. m. ABHESE'S B0CIETIE3. f . AND A. SI .-Benevolent Lodge He M Ah, anil third IfOndaT ATA nlnW la eaoh month at Masonle hall, eornw Third and Cedar. M. B. tlalott,. W.. M l woriey, seeraiAr Tiaiuns OTAL AaOH MASOIIS-Oynis Chaptei no. xo, meeta in muhiu mui S . ...... 1 1. s-Hrlava of each month. W W. Moree, H. F.i Joseph eel, lesnaiy 9 I rns;iPi. n BiFavoitm AseoctA, I "LtnS . .... c wn .a roMta an aeoosd and fourth Thnraday arenlan of fhav that Is la eramnlr aar annhine ef BMmaKsj la not tanafllad br Ua eeoiautua HAt K1PA K Tabula. Far sale r Ifrvt la eRHaary aanaaMa. Tw family kaaus Taai,aoalA4a.aAwoljtoa--' ki : : ' 'T HA.R rmm M4 Ma T9e fiJlsJ w 0-ss. ITi WWIj A 1S fe"J VutlMt time for delivery the same day. lene.