jQCS At Fsir Greeds
Wednesday, Oct, 13, I p. m.
, FASTEST. AUTO RACES IN THE STATE
The automobile olub la arranging
for a county automobile day Oct, 13
' at the fair frounds. It will be the
blggeat day ever known In motor
' circlet and It la planned to have
very car In the county in the grand
parade that will start down town and
go tothe grounds. ' ' :
. The big feature will be the races
, which are to be at follow: i
x Rule and Race.
Rule 1. All car must be driven
by a resident of the county from
which the ear Is entered. -
Rule 2. All car must be entered
oil or before 11 o'clock M, of the 9th
day of Oct., 1909, with the name of
the car, the owner and driver, the
number of cylinders and horse power.
' Rule S. Cars may be stripped If
so desired.' No restrictions.. ,'
Event Number 1. -.
' Farmers' race. . 6 miles for two
cylinder stock cars. Purse 160. No
ntrance fee. 1' v.
. Event Number 3,
Farmers' race. . ' 6 miles for four
cylinder car. Purse $60. No en
trance fee. .; 1
ABILENE AUTOMOBILE CLUB
' DISTRICT COURT QUITS, ,'.,
Sentence Given in Convictions at This
. '' Term.
The September term of the district
court adjourned this morning and the
following were sentenced by Judge
R. A. Grubbs, of Manchester, con-,
victed of selling liquor, was given
$0 days in jail and $100 fine. He
was given 30 days to appeal to su
preme court and la out on a $500
bond. ' .
M. W. Forward, found guilty on
five counts of selling lisuor, was giv
en 160 days in Jail and $600 fin.
Geo. Patterson of Carlton, found
guilty of violating liquor Injunction,
was given 60 days in Jail and $200
fine and Is a boarder at the Hotel
Harry Maynard, found gultly oi
burglary and larceny, was given an
intermediate sentence of 6 to 10
years on the first charge and an
additional 5 years on the second
count i ". ' , ' . j
Joseph Farmer, same charge, giv
en 6 years on each oount
. Cbai Reamer plead guilty to grand
larceny and was sentenced to the re
formatory for not less than seven
years.'1;; '',:'..' ':, j .i' '"' '
. Jack O'Brien plead guilty to same
charge and was given not less than
, t years in me pen.
'Fred Schults, found guilty of bas
tardy, case was continued on motion
for new trial.' He five $600 bond.
The case against John Howe for
forgery, brought since jur.r was dis
charged was continued.
'Motions for many m'no- things
v-ere heard and settled.
CHELLIS IS OUT 900.
Solomon Woman Gets Judgment for
' . .., u Injuries.
Edna Runyan of Solomon was giv
en $600 damages against E. P. Chellis
in district court for Injuries received
when Chellis forcibly put her out
of his restaurant In Solomon. Chell
is also had . hard luck in losing his
pocketbook yesterday with over $50
cash In It
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' EXPENSIVE FOR SISTER. '
Janes Lovine's Vanishing Will Cost
James Lovlne, the mechanic who
was accused by hi daughter of mis
treating her has not been fonnd for
trial and it will cost hi sister who
went on his bond for $6000 that sum
to square the matter with the county.
She 1 said to own a good farm In
Osborne county and the officials will
proceed to collect
la District Gear.
ITM MBar BeB!
The divorce cae f Mrs. Mary
Schlvetay against J. S. Schlveley 00-
", :d the court Saturday afftemoe
r J eveeltg. Mrs.tVfcIveler was
.' Event Number 3. '
6 mile race for Stock cars costing
$760 and under. Purse $50. - $E eu
trance fee. ,
Event Number 4.
10 mile race for stock cars costlnt
$1260 and under. Purse $160. $10
entrance fee. , . ;
. . Event Number B.
10 mile race. Free for all. Purse
$200. $10 entrance fee.
Event Number 6. .
Obstacle race. Free for all. No
entrance, fee. Purse $25. '
Event Number 7.
Slow, high speed race, 14 mile. No
entrance fee. Purse $26.00.
The plans are nearly completed
and Secretary J. T. Nlcolay will fur
nish Information or any of the offi
cers of the club.
' Proceeds for Good Roads.
The club does not expect to use
any of the proceeds for Itself but all
will be spent Improving the roads
making the nucleus of a good roads
fund. , Everybody who wants good
roads will be glad to help. Besides
it will be a day of tip-top sport, It
the weather does not Interfere.
given a divorce and the dwelling
which Is the family home, also the
furniture; Mr. Schlveley pays costs
and attorney's fees.
IFrom Saturday's Dally 1
Mr j. Jennie Hershey was grant!
a divorce In the district court thin
morning from William Hershey She
charged Mr. Hershey with abandon
ment. C. E. Rugh was her attorney.
. The Sqhlyeley divorce case was al
so on trial today. Mr. Schlveley Is
suelngToT divorce from J. STBchlve
ley. WE ARE NOT SURPRISED.
Sallna Paper Say that Umpire Slgler
I Now in Jail.
Sallna Union: There 1 a Jail In
Westmoreland, county seat of Potta
watomie county, and It 1 supposed
that his honor, ex-Umpire Slgler, is
reposing therein today. Just across
the Blue river from Manhattan, there
Is a coveted spot wherein crap games
are played. It Is In Pottawatomie
county. Sunday afternoon three re
fined gentlemen, by names Meehl
man. Slgler and Woods, were Indulg
ing in .the gentle art of shooting
craps. Suddenly the sheriff el Pot
tawatomie county appeared followed
by the deputy sheriff of Riley coun
ty. The three started to run. Meehl-
man was easily overtaken. Ex-Um-
nlre Staler was gathered In Just as he
was attempting to swim across the
Kaw river and Woods was found In a
brush nile. The trio were given sup
per and then an automobile ride to
Westmoreland, to be lodged In the
county Jail at that place. , Umpire
glgler continues to make good.
Laura Belle Young, the wife of
Thad Toung died Sunday morning at
Talmage and the funeral service was
conducted by Rev. Hobbs from the
M. E. church t Talmage, Tuesday at
1 p. m. Mrs. Toung was a little over
21 vears of axe. She Was united in
marriage to her now sorrowing hus
band Feb. II. 1908. She was a great
sufferer the past eight months but
a patient one. She was f member
of the Evangelical church and died
In the blessed life of heaven.
Laid to Rest
Funeral services of John Johnts
were held from the home on. West
Third street Wednesday afternoon at
1:1 o'clock. A large number of
friends was present and th sympa
thy for the family and the sorrow at
th lose of a good dtlsea was wide
spread. Rev. Fuller Bergstreeser of
ficiated and the Masonic order in
which Mr. Johits was a prominent
worker attended in body and con
ducted the rvie at the grave. Th
Knight Templar Ooaimandrr was la
full anlfomt and the service was
Impressive throngboat Th assises
souse of th city genersllr were
dosed darts th servic as nark
BltOKK INTO MKltCHASUISK CAR.
But Was Nabbed Before Ha Could
"Hit Out" With Goods.
(From Saturday's Dally. I
Jack O'Breln was arrested yester
day at Herlngton by Marshal Hogaa
for breaking Into f merchandise car
at the Missouri Pacific yards. O'Breln
had secured a pair of trousers and
took a short lay off from hit rirky
occupation to get a drink or bit to
eat Meanwhile Marshal Hogan "got
wise" and ambled down to the Mia
sm ri Pactflo yards aouble qjlck and
caught OBretn as he was returning to
he car. Marshal Hogan gave O'
Bu'n a berto. In too Herlngton pity
Jail over night and brought him up
to better .loilt, ni;, the county jail
TOPEKA HAD 9120.000 FIRE.
Harry Jones, a Fireman, Lost Life in
Flames. . ,
' Topeka, Sept. 23. At S o'clock
this morning a Topeka fireman, Har
ry Jones, was killed outright, anoth
er fireman, .A. O. Ourtler, and the
owner of the plant,. Otto Kuehne,
were Injured and the Otto Kuehne
Vinegar and Preserving works, lo
cated at the north end of the Rock
Island bridge across the Kaw, was
wrecked by fire at a loss of $126,
000. . ', ,
TOOK SECOND HONEY.
Abilene Hones All Coming Home for
Mott Thayer' Poctolus Ellwood
took second money in the 2:36 trot
at Concordia yesterday. All the
horses are now coming home for the
races next week.
Pheta Nottingham, driven by Mott
Thayer, took second money In the
Minnie Northman, driven by Bert
Hockensmith, took third money.
Wlnnlfred Kerr owned by I. H.
Clewell, took third In the 2:20 pace
and Miss Omar, Mott Thayer, took
fourth money. . ; "
MORE RACE WINNERS.
Ray Star and Nellie Andrews Took
Prizes at Concordia,
The Abilene horses are making
good records at the Concordia fair.
Yesterday Ray Star took second mon
ey in the 2:15 pace and Nellie And
rews, owned by Sheriff Young and
driven by Bert Hockensmith, took
second in the 2:22 trot .
GIVES BETTER CONNECTIONS.
New Train Which the Rock bland
The new train which Is to run from
Kansas City to Wichita will give Abi
lene better connections with that
town. But the local official are
working for still better connections
nil will likelv set them. They would
like to see the afternoon eastbound
naaHna-er train make direct connec
tion, with Wichita. The afternoon
saastbbund passenger is now even
mott popular than ine morniu inu
of the cam direction and it Is cer
tain that the newly added train will
not be taken off. , It has mad good.
Motor Races Were Popular.
Flv thousand persons attended
the motor races at the Concoraia
f.ir Tuesday and it was the most
successful day ever known in the
f.ir-a history. The motorists or
nirkinson are talking of an automo
bile day In about three weeks and it
will be a hummer. .
bile day In about weeks and it will
be a hummer.
Hark from Africa.
Milrd K. Shaler returned Sat
urday evening from an extended trip
in South Africa, where he went a
couple of years ago as scientist with
tn exploring expedition. Mr. Shaler
met his sister. Miss Ethel Shaler, 14
England, a couple of months sgo, an
1-areled eome with her in the old
country before coming home. Miss
Shaler remained in Paris where she
111 stay a couple of months. Law
A Novelty Shower.
Woodbine, Kon.. Sept $7. On lost
Thnrsdoy evening. Sept 23, at the
home of Mrs. Jsme Farres was en
joyed a most delightful evening at a
novelty shower given In honor of
Miss Elisabeth Ougler. The affair
waa a eomnlete sunrise to Mis Gut
ter and many beautiful presents were
given her with th best wishes of her
friends. Those present were: Mrs.
Frank Ollof, Mrs. Ora Kohler, Mrs.
f- w . lwm Am Uttah
Mrs. T. ncamiat, sirs. n. r. stecra.
Mrs. Ed. Tolkman. Mrs. Farre. th
MIsm Klisabeta Ougler, Alice Issltt
Csther Mltsch. Essma and Lena
tockeL Cyrena Middletoa, Agnes
Layer, Joseph! and Mareell West-
rap aad Ull Garret
W HO PAYS FOR ADVERTISING?
In answur to this question a suc-
Kttsful advertiser has said: "Neither
the manufacturer nor the consumer
pays for advertising, but the tuanu
facturer who does not advertise does
psy for It. , I ; it .,'.4. , -j
''Suppose you have spent about
$70,000 advertising and you have In.
creased the volume of business from
$800,000 a year to $1,000,000 dur
ing a certain time? Who pay for
th advertising? ;
. "Th consumer' gets the same
uallty and little mora than he would
If he bought unadvertlsed goods, and
In addition because of the advertising,
he knows who Is back of the goods.
The retailer makes the tame profit,
plus the big 'boost in being assisted
In the distribution of the goods,
and you why, you have simply laid
down about $10,000 each year for
advertising and got back over $66,000
of extra business which you could
have got In no other way at that
coBt, and you hsve also added enough
cash value to ohe good will of your
uslness to pay for your advertising
of Itself," Printers Ink.
. MR. M. G. ENGLE RUN OVER.
Mule Team Ran Away Throwing Him
It. Q. Engle miraculously escaped
from what might have resulted In' a
sever accident While driving to
town 'this morning the reins became
fastened on the bames of th harness,
He crawled out on th wagon ton
gue between the team of mules to
unfasten them. The mules became
frightened and ran away. Mr. En
tie was unable to atop them and
was thrown beneath the wagon. He
was considerably jared but received
no serious Injuries.
1 ! Davis-Jordan. ,
Saturday evening, Sept 25, Miss
Blanche Pavls and Milton Jordan
wet married at the Christian par
sonage by Rev. C. A. Cole. They left
for Topeka where they will reside.
1 best wishes of a host of Abilene
friends goes with them. ,
. . M as a' Gay Show.
"A' Gay Deceiver" was the play by
the Morey Stock Co. at the Seelye
theatre last night. It was new to
Abilene and Is full of bright lines
snd funny situations. Miss Leona
Stater as Mary was sweet and nat
ural, The part Is entirely different
from Anita and showed Miss Stater
to be a very versatile actress. Mr.
Charles Donald as Frits, th ugly
Dutchman, wa easy and natural and
hi dialect was perfect Mr. Harry
Kershaw- as Mr. Jodderal Jenkins
waa very funny and got the most
laughs of the evening. Miss Violet
Hall as Mrs. Jenkins was good in a
difficult part The whole company
gave very smooth ptrformaao.
The specialties were new and funny.
The company will play "The Man and
the Milliner" tonight It la a comedy
and haa many laughable situations.
- To Abilene, Kansas.
The eminent physician on chronic
diseases will visit our city
Sunday and Monday, October S and 4
And will be at the Central Hotel
until 5 p. m two days only.
v Dr. Potterf president of ths staff of
the Boston Electromedical Ipttll
Is making a tour of the stats.
He will give consultation, examina
tion, and all the medicines necessary
to complete a cure FREE. All part
ies taking advantage of this offer are
requested to state to their friends the
result of the treatment.
Cures Desfness by an entirely new
Treats all curable cases of catarrh,
throat and lung diseases, eye and ear,
stomach, liver and kidneys, gravel,
rheumatism, paralysis, neuralgia, ner
vous and heart disease, epilepsy,
B right's disease and disease of the
bladder, blood and skin diseases, and
big neck and stammering' cured.
Piles and rupture cured without
detention from business.
Asthma cured In a short time.
If you are improving under your
family physician do not take up our
valuable time. The rich and the poor
are treated alike. Idlers and curiosity
seekers will please stay away. Our
time Is valuable.
Remember, not a penny will be
charged for the medicine required to
make a cure of all those taking treat
ment this trip. Office hour t a. m.
Positively married ladles must be
accompanied Vy their husbands. Re
member the date, Sunday afternoon,
Oct t and Monday, Oct 4, at Cen
tral Hotel, Abilene, Kansas.
' lOwlt lldlt
Real Estate Traaafers Reported by
I. K. Keet, Abstractor.
Susan aad Harry Keefaver to Jacob
M. Btroto. 14 S2-14-2. 8608.
Aaron Wet! and wife to Jacob M.
Strole, e 14 tt-14-8, $1.
Oertnd J. Wetxel widow to Jacob
1 Our repairs are now nearing !
' completion and our big stock
of Fall Goods arriving daily. :
Come In and See Us 1
The Most Up-to-Datc
Store in Central Karisa
J. E. BREWER CO.
M. Strole ne hi 32-14-3, $1.
The Abilene Townalta Co. to A. C.
Romtg, lot 8, blk 20, town of Man
J. A. Qalbreath and wife to James
Scanlon, lot 6, 6, 7, 8 blk 2, Sheer-
an' add to Chapman, $2400.
Ida and John Flnlay to Charles Dob-
son Jr., lot 28 on Main street Solo-
S. A. Klingberg and wife to J. F.
Dahllnger lots 8, 4, 6, 6, T, 8, 8,
10, 11, 12, blk 28, Banner City,
Jacob Engel and wife to Harry 'J,
Murray, lot 8, 4, (, 8, blk 80,
Herlngton Town Co. add to Her
L. C. Callahan and wife to Elian
Woodburn, lot 6, blk 5, In Kuney
ft Hodge' add to Abilene, $1600.
. L. Longhefer and wife to Frank
Gunter, lots 1 and 18, blk 123, city
of Herlngton, $1800.
John Koehler and wife to Ulrlch Her
man, se 12-16-1, $6000.
George W. Karns and wife to Jacob
Ltby 5 acres In s w cor e' Vi
s w 14 18-11-1, $305.
James B. Haley and wife to John
F. Cunningham, 1 acre In n e cor
se 14 8-16-3, $1.
United States to Ira Vlan w 14 a w
Hand nw 14 sw 14 (-11-8, Certi-j
'flcate. ' ". ' -
Old horses wanted.
Am paying $4 00 to
$1000 each. C. w.
Parker, Abilene, Kas.
(First published In Abilene Weakly Re
flector September to, lot.)
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
State of Kansas, Dloklnsoa County, ss:
In ths matter ef the estate of Wil
liam H. Bicholti dsceased, lata of Dick
inson County, Kansas.
Notice Is hereby given that on ths
2th day of September, A. D. 190, the
undersigned was by th Probate Court
of Dickinson County, Kansas, duly ap
pointed and quali. led as exeeutrlx of
the sut ef William H. Blcholts, de
ceased, Iste of Dickinson County, Kan-
iSr.An parties Interested In sala
estate will take notice and govern
MART A. EICHOLTZ,
80wt ' Bxecutrlt.
Having decided to quit farming, I
will sell at public auction at farm
known as the old T. J. Lsney fsrm,
l-l mils north and 8 miles west of
Talmsgs, 10 miles northwest of Abi
, Friday, October 8th
commencing at 10 a. m., the follow
5 head of Horses
10 head of Cattle
12 head of Hogs
' ' Farm Implements
TERMS All rums of $10 and un
der cash; sums over $10 a credit of
13 months will be given on note
with aooroved security at 10 per
cent interest. If paid when due only
I per cent Interest will be charged.
No iioperty to be removed until set
A good lunch will be served by the
Ladle' Aid society of th M. K.
church from 11 to S o'clock.
P. I!. UALTERS
J. B. HIODOX, Clerk.
J. ft. B UK TON, Auctioneer.
. Snyder-HunUberger. , ,
Mis Sadl J. Snider and David
W. Huntxberger both of Durham In
Marlon county, war married by
Probst Judge Anderson Tuesday
Advertised mall tor the week end
ing Sept 28th, 1808:
Letter Geo. Badger, L. H. Bracy,
Ml Anna Davis, Funk Fenlon, R.
F. Haegeltn, Geo. Johnson, Miss
Thelma Kelso, H. J. Morrison, M. D.
Pets, Anna Sparrow, Mlaa Lena
Smith, L. 0. Van Traaser, J. A.
Wallace, Mrs. B. Wewhan.
Cards Will P. Bowe, Roy Courty.
Mrs. J.' Cunningham (3), Sam
Kreps, Miss Mamie Lawer, McBrad
ney (2). Mrs. Fred Miller, H. 8.
Powell, Miss 8. M. Reed, Dr. A. Ran
del, Willis Stock, C. B. Steftey, Mis
Katla Valcol, Don Williams.
I will sell at public sale at my
farm 6 miles southeast of Navarre
and 4 miles north of Hope, on
Tyesiay, Octtr I2i!i,
commencing at 10 a. m. th follow
10 Head of Horses and Mules
36 Head of Cattle
84 Head ot Hogs
Also about 60 tons of prairie hay
and soma alfalfa hay, about 4 acre
of kafflr corn teed, 600 bushels of
oat and many other articles too
numerous to mention
TERMS All sums of $10 and un
der cash; sums over $10 a credit of
6 month Will be given on note with
approved security at 10 per cent
interest, if paid When due only ( per
cent' interest' will bs charged.' No
property to be removed until settled
for. , .;
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
J. N. BURTON, Auctioneer.
Having rented my farm I will sell
at public sale on ths first place north
of Johnson school house, 1 mils
wsst and 2 miles north, of Abilene,
4 1-8 miles south of Tslmage on '
Friday, October 15
commencing at 10 a. m. the follow
17 Head of Horses and Kales
40 Head of Cattle
26 Head of Hogs
Alio some sowed cane cut with
grain binder and other article too
numerous to mention.
TERMS All sums of $10 aad un
der cash; sums over $10 a credit of
1$ month will be given on note with
approved security at 18 per cent in
terest, it Pld who due only $ per -cent
interest will be charged. No
property to be removed until settled
FRIE LUNCH AT NOON.
LOuEL H. IC'L'IOn
I. K. BURTON, Auctioneer. ,
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