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As we get older the blood becomes sluggish, the muv cles and joints, stiffen and aches and pains take hold easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache with astonishing promptness. T a- . Proof that it is Beit for Rheumatitm. - mniu H. Diehl, of Mann's Choice, R.F.D., No. I, Pa., writes, It is the best remedy I ever knew for I can't do without it. ( Alto for Stiff Joint. ' Mr Milton Wheslfs, sioo Morris Ave., Birmingham, Ala., writes j- " I am gVad W Unimmi hiu, m? m" "" " i ' Joints than anything I have ever, tried." ' - .. loan's is the qickest and best remedy for Rheuma . tism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises and Insect Stings. - Price 85c, 0e, sal 1.00 at AU Dealer Sand Cor Sloan's Free Book on Hones. Address DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. GbXiRGli !N YUER, Ghoer of Track and Heavy I now have a first class general blacksmith and carriage manV';; -;;.'r "' ' " . ' '-::.':'M " ;-! ''' V ', . Phone 263. y 1 . Brick Shop, Spruce St, Abilene, Kansas. . -:, v ' ' ' 1 . .u. .. n. Huy a nome.nuw m 1,1 i . or town lot on -easy payments. toward Florida and nothing can stop It; It la the poor man s paradise. C, 1 SLIFER, Ofce Over Postofflce, Phone 30 Teari in Businesa in Abilene, We can fix your clock or watch or jewelry right. - See onr new display of Jw-olr-. Ere Klesse and Spectacles. ' 1, PRICES BIGHT. 0O0LEY. THE JEWELER Third 8U, across from P O. ..- g.8TELSMITH,M.r. Srp, Grt Gr2 ABILHOt. .tJUWAAV Priotlo." li-alt- ' ";rJ' ,!.. of lb fcre. i HAIR BALSA -ha. M N- r !! to tr0'ay I -fit' ..l.m- Horse i ri r i. i nt Florida. Can aell you any tlM - , The tide of. Immigration la turned No. 680 Chamberlain'' Cough Bemedy It a v.'ir valuable medicine for throat I.,., irouhion. nu ll' relieves and cures painful breathing and a dangerously , sounding cougn wuicu Indlcatea congested lungs. Sold by C. E. Northcraft ft Co. ' Ton feel aa if yon had one face too many when-you have Neuralgia. Don't you? Save the face, you may need It: but get rid of the Neuralgia by applying Ballard's Snow Lini ment Finest thing In the world for rheumatism, neuralgia sunu, cu, aMa latno hark and ail oaina. Sold by C. E. Northcraft 4 Co. Is or should be worried when the llt- fim Anno hove a COUCh Of OOIQ. 11 tm a r .n... nr nloarlaT or aim j nau w " - r - i. . .nn.ihln. mare pDOUiniHllO .uvm w terlcns. Ballard's Horehonnd Byrnp will cur toe trouble M one ana pror MBt nr MS111IH1UOI. doiv vt v. B. Northcraft Co. ,. ... - s twi . think" that ollea can't be cured.. Thousands of obstinate cases bar been cured by Don's Ointment 50 leata at any drug (tore. rOt WNYS are atrentbened and tonH try Hoo-I'i 8raparilla it cure all Uwir ailmenU), pains m ht Viim tm) Ttil l.Sii.na. IS kAXhAH AT AUHJi.vii Parker's Aeroplane WU1 Be Here In .. April. .,.., p w Parker returned this morn ing from Los Angeles where he went t vioit the aeroplane flights and with view of purchasing an air ship for exhibition Wltb th wreai c.ir.r Hfcnw. The dispatch already published In the Reflector to tHe ef fect that he Bad, purcnaaea a rr m.n htniona la confirmed by Mr. Par ker who announces that the machine. will be shipped from Paris aireci to within sa oars and will make its first flights In Abilene next April in connection with the Great ramer shows. The machine purchased by i Porknr la to be an exact duplicate of the one used by M. Paulhan in his sensational flights at Los Angeles, where he broke the record tor ooia v.i.v.r onri distance. ' ' Mr. Parker went to Los Angeles in a rather sceptical frame or mina a th nrectical utility of the alr- hln but Is now an eninusiasuo v ovlotnr. Mr. Fauman . won nearly all the principal prises at Los Angeles, including the llQ.ovu.uv 01- rrJ rnr the hlchest Illgni atuineu ... . iimilar amount for the longest distance flight. In the former event he attained a height of 4665 reel ana m the latter covered a distance" of it niiu which could have been con .Mohiv lanethened had his supply of gasoline held out. The gasoline engine furnishing tne mouve ywo. . ih. worm an machine Is made entirely of chrome nickel steel (the .om motflrlal used tor araiur niato. has seven cylinders with ai rect attached propellers, and Is In every respect a moaei qj uguiu., .trenzth and power. This engine .lono cnat 12600.00 f. o. h. Paris. The price asked for tne oipiaue wm 190.000.00- out on account v. ft., onvfcrtlslne which Mr. Parker's win racolve through tne hihmu.. mintn nf the Great Parker Shows he was given quite i reduction, from ihi. fieure. Mr. Parker says he was agreeably surprised to find how near ly perfect these machines are ana toe few difficulties connected witn a uc AAMflll flight. ' In starting from the ground tne mophlne was run oVe'r plowed fields and ditches nearly two feet deep without the slightest Jar to the avia tor nr riamaee to the air craft. This Is due to an ingenious system of springs made up entlcely 01 ruDoer hoiing. The flights were witnessed dally by crowds of from 30,000 to 60,000 which were admirably nana lod hr the Los Angeles street railwaj system. Mr. Parker says that there is, much rivalry between western nitioo for the location of the next meeting of the Aeronautical associa tion of America. Denver seemed to be In the lead, but In Mr. Parker's opinion Kansas City would be pre- fprahlfl on account of the lower am tnde and more central location. The Los Aneeles papers are print in nlc-tnres of C. W. Parker as the only real sport among the aviation crowd. The Times has this story The story of "What's the matter with Kansas?" has to be written anew every few days. Today It is C. W. Parker of Abi lene. Kan., who assaults the world's attention. For Mr. Parker of Kansas has bought one of M. Louis Paulhan's Pron,h hlnlones. Now. WhatS the matter with Kansas? Mr. Parker, when he heard of this aviation meet In Los Angeles, put on his hat, stuffed a big roil of bills in his Docket, and bade Abilene wait pa tiently for his return. It did n-t take him long, after seeing Paulhan run to San Pedro and back, to make lip his mind that a Farman biplane wpuid be JuBt the thing for the Kan sas prairies. So Mr. Parker of Abilene, who Is a man of action and breesy Kansas ways, peeled off $7600 from his roll of srreenbacks and thrust the bundle of paper at Paulhan. Paulhan had to talk it over with his manager and the agent of the Farman machines. Thar all had a conference at the hotel last night and Mr. Parker an nounced that ha wonld go bom with a new blolane. The only question ooen is whether he will pay $6600 ' V.,P.,"V- " I'll biplane f. o. b. Paris, or give IQ.VVV lor tna macnine mats now - Los Anaeles, He is not going to travel back to Abllen with tha machine at any rat. It will b shipped back as It came, over th Chalons aur Mam. There ar aviator In Abilene to fly it, lacking at present only th wings. "Yon see," explained Mr. aPrker regarding his extravagant purchase, "It is not a mere whim with me. Whenever you go (o a shooting gal lery and shoot at these traveling pig eons and rabbits, that's my line. I mak 'em. Now I want th beet thing is the bird line that's made not to shoot at, but to entertain the people of Kansas, W want aviation as much as Rhelms or Lo Angeles. "I'm not going to fly myself. I run th Psrker show. But fv got men who can fly, if. they have the tory at Abilene, I think. howver, the Farman biplane has got them all going. . ,' ,. - "When my show comes to Los An geles next fall there will be a biplane with It There Is no question about mv huvinsr. The figures are a little hleh for tbls one, but I think they'll oome down a little or I'll have to build on myself. It's th duty that makes them come so high. I can buy this Farman machine for 16500 at . . .. . . ... the factory, out me uuiy unugo . ur to tlO.000. They want IJO.OOO for It Tight now because It's th best machine In the country. , I'm. cer tainly not going back to Kansas with out one." Mr. Parker of Abilene Is on of th least pretentious men in the thronr of thousand! lie never would be picked out as the only dead gam sport with pr.ee right in w pocket and the great Parker shows of Abilene, Kan., behind him.' , nrw MITCH PAY WILL CENSUS ENUMERATORS GET7 Supervlslor Smith Says It Is Not Yet Decided. - I am trying to get the Fifth dis- trlst census enumerators paid on the iMnt a name basis,' but don't know yet whether I will make it. We may ham to take a 3V& cent basis. But even at the 314 cent rate, I believe that a man who hustles can make about; four or five dollars a day In tha rural districts." i This Is the statement of George T. Smith of Marysvllle, census sup ervisor for the Fifth district who was here "en tour" of the various fmintloa of the district. 'The actual work of enumeration will begin on April 16," said Mr Smith, "and the enumerators in the towns and cities are allowed only 15 itavs in which to finish their wore. In the country they have 30 days. "Ten years ago, the pay of enum erators averaged $3.29 a day, but I think there will be a general in- croace for this census. The census enuferators in this auction of the country will be paid on one of the following schedules, ine farm schedule" for which a lump sum Is paid for each farm, 1b a very elaborate and bulky document, and takes a good deal of time to fill out noma whom livestock Is kept, not on farms. Is Intended to catch liver; stables, town dairies, etc. The lower SlttUlDO, Wnu UB...V., rates are paid In sections of the . .-.!-. i. MA.A1 mioB mv poiu " " - - ntiniv whnre the Donulation Is more dense. The various classes follow ... ....... .llA.r.. no I Per For each Barn not . t. . a -h n.M .1 Class . Inhabitant farm on farm A .. , ...2 .Y .!'.S2H;V '..20 .10 . ,22V. 1 ..26 i..... 10 B .. C .. D .... ..27V4, 10 E . It 4 ..80 10 - .nnA.tMnaA In O hllllotln was from Washington a few days ago that the time for filing applications for Jobs as enumerators, will expire n - i. .. , .t.. Mm. h.n haon or. Jan. 25, but the time haB been ex tended to1 Jan. 31. The examination, will take P'anto thrcondltlonf Then start at on Feb. 6 and for Dickinson county ukl Ballard's Herblne for the examinations will be held at Abilene. The examination aimniy consists In a test of the candidate's ahilltv to write a leg hie hand, fig ure Intelligently, and show a capacity for tabulating the statistics. The examination in Abilene will be held at the Abilene postofflce and the papers will be sent to Mr. smun at Marysvllle. t "When I get-them," said Mr. Smith today. "I will go over them carefully and select those I think seem best qualified. Those I will recommend for appointment, and will send their examination papers to Washington. The examination pa nors co along to show that they are selected for their capability rather than for political reasons Wanted. Old horses snd mules. C. W. Par ker.' f 20w" Want a Divorce. Mrs. Anna Faye Evers of Dillon has filed suit in district court for a divorce from John C. Ever on the charge of gross neglect and non-sup- port. , , Rhode lsiaad Red Cockerels. For sale, choice stock, $1.00 each. Mr I. Stark. Abllen. R. D. . ltw4t Directors RMterttd... At t meeting of th stockholders . ik. ihllana National bank th v. .- - former directors of the bank were .. ... . -i V 0 f3..a.a reelected, iney a; u. J. B. Ce, C. M. Harger. HJL. Hum- phry and O. A. Rogers. Th dirc- tors wiU saeet next Monday night and elect officers of th bank for Kit. Th old officer will un doubtedly be reelected.. Have' yoa a weak throat? If so, 1 1 V JU. a wvoa, wivui a. w cannot b too careful. You ..a kaala fnaatmont tna early Each cold make yoa mora liable to Chamber?..". CoBi" outset yoa will b sarai mnch trou ble. So d by C. M. woTtacrsn a wo- TSo fcuSsst saa k:'-::c:i r.t:: thing that ever was made is Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They do the work whenever you re quire - their aid. ; These tablets change weakness. Into strength, llst lessness Into energy, gloominess Into Joyousness. Their action la lo gen tl on don't realise they have taken a, purgative. Sold by C. E. North craft Co.: ' .:: Making Life Safer.' Tifa is belnc made mnrA oafa thpniioh tha work of Dr. King's- New Life Pills In Constipa- tlon, Bllliousness, uyspspsia, muiaoo tinn. i.ivor troubles. Kidney Disease and Bowel Disorders. They're easy. but sure, and perfectly puna up u health. !5o at J. M. Glelssner's. m Wnrirhni MlataJtet ' to endure the Itching, painful distress mljia . Th m noad to. Llstsn 'I suffered much from Plies," writes Will A. Marstt, 01 oner uuy, n. vi tin i ont a hoi of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and was soon cured." Burns, Bolls, Ulcers, Fever sores, jtcaom., Chspped Hands. Chilblains, vanish Deiore i sou i- uisi..... rianaha In thm TLaitl ' a mH anrl o oniiahlet It mn on get pneumonia or consumption that s all. no manor uuw u your cough don't neglect It tak Ballard's Horhound Syrup and von-u ha over It In no time. The ..... .Haa. in. Mitoha. colds, bronchi auiv wn. wa . - . .i. mA ail niiimnnarv rMseases in young and old. Sold by 0. H. North craft vO. ninaa' T.ittia T.Ivor Pllla am small. easy, gentle and- pleasant, a ' i Miniinff. oloanBlnar and soothing salve is Plnesalve Carbollsed. It Is good for cuts, ourns, oruio scratcnes. Tney ore au.u hi drug store. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup con tains no opiate or narcotic. i. a.a Unlln. by which It .-i it., .nia imm tha system and at the same tim heal Irritation of .i,. thmot and stons the cough. Sold by Palace Drug more. The tender leaves of a, harmless ......i.aaiino' mnitit talnous shrub give to Dr. Shoops Cough Remedy Its ..i..,a onratlva nronertleS. Tight, tickling or dirtrestlng cougW quick ly yield to tne neanug, oumiuB 1. ar.ittT.HM nreacriDtion 1UU Ul VU.ay ' " - . t atinnn'i nouffh Rem6ny, Ana lit lm mi, mn rA Tin vnnn lur fJUllUivaa as well. Containing no opium, chlo- fom Af nthar harmful drugs, mothers should In safety always de mand Dr. BOOOP B. il oiuor !" are offered, tell them Nol B your own Judg. sold oy an '- No Rackache or Kidney Pains i havo nntnB In the back. 1 . JUU HH'w r urlnsryi bladder or kidney trouoi .. . . i i- . ...... in lunuaijr, u".' .i,,inoaa and lack of energy, try .. ,- ....... llaO-T .Oof . th UUVUTJl VJ1 - pleasant herb cure. Ai a regulator It . . . J -.. ..I ..a a ttv Mother urays - has no equal. At druggists or by .ii snc. Ask today. Sample Fre. Address The Mother Gray Co., L- Roy, N. Y. Tiie airanest .tiou . n. I . . h a. nn a who ol WOVB WflSIS S f TOWH Is cross and disagreeable, uu .a out 0?ten lVt not th. poor feIi0Wg tiult. it's his liver and dl- I . 1. - n..Va him fool BO mlsar gestlon that mak him feel so miser able, he can't help being dlsagree- I.ki. t.a .ah In dnnoar or stettina your Ver th safe, sure and ren- ott a vesetauie reKuiat.ur. bw. r C. B. INOrtncraxi sr. ui. Be careful when you notice pains in the back, swelling oi tne bdkioo and feet, backache or urinary dls ..J.r, In otir.h cases try Plneules. Vbey will be found an excellent rem edy in all cases oi ..laney- uum. Dlnanlal Ol-O OntlBOntlC' they SSSlSl th kidneys. Sold by Palace Drug Store. s ' Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Tnnaue coated? Bitter taste? Com nlexlon sa'low? Liver needs waking uif. Doan's Regulets cure bilious at ticks. 25 rents at any drug store uuoal at IWaitli'a Door. Ths door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transit Bridg. N. Y., whn bis life an wonderfully saved. "I was In si Artta afni condition." he writes, "my skin was almost yellow; eys annkeu: toncu coated; emaclabed from losing 40 pounds, growing weak .. M. Vlrnlant livar trOUbl OUll' Isg me' down to death In spit of doctors. Tnen in matcuiooo iuu. cine Electric Bitters cared m. I ....ia.. tho so nonads lost and now am wen anosiroag. ..-"-; acn, llvsr and aianey trouain mor i nothing so errective in cases u. .una, supreme. 60e at J. M. Oidssmr'. If you Stomach, Heart or Kidneys ar weak, try at least, a few doses only of Dr. Shoops Restorative. In fiv or tea days oniy, to roouiv w.i. surprise yoa. A few cents will cover , tag goat. atiau I COmes so quickly. aiwa tha itnm.r I ha .mat ana nara 10 war aioiv AAnaa an nnlr tiv Dr. fihoon doesn't LVIHH an- a - - - drug the stomach, nor stlmulat th -.;d7r.ct7y to th. weak . a.,!,-. BerTes. Each organ has heart or kidneys, ut. snoop and fsiilng nerves. Each organ has Its own controlling nerv. Whn .... norraa fall, th depending or gans must of necessity falter. This plain, yet vital irum, ireoru vai.a why Dr. Snoop's Restorative Is so universally successful.. Its success is leading druggists everywhere to a Km.! w-oa " . . If Ire it univrsl preference. A test will surely tell, boi oy au gra V eued and tooed by Hood's 6.T inarilla. the medicine that mret invmii ard OOH APffTITf Aua vciuuum is nua Is ytrj earaful about her churn. BHe Kald it Uioroughly alter using, and gives i. - .... V...I. a .wwt.n It. Mtio knows that If her churn Is sour It will taint the butter that Is made in It. Tne stomacn is a churn. In the stomach and digestive and nutritive tracts are performed pro cesses which are almost exactly like the churning of butter. Is It not apparent then that If this stomach-churn is foul it Bakes foul all which is put luto Itf The evil of a loui nomasn n m the bad taste In the mouth and the foul i .k l,a it hut ttia onrruntlon of RHuiuiiujniwj ' - -- . the pure tunuut of uiuod aud uie dissom Inatloa of disease wrougaout mm uvuj. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery i . l - .1 .,,! .K aioot It does for the stomach what the wishing snd sun batn do lor me cnurn ." removes every tainting or corrupting els- . T. .1.1. . - - It ffnroa lilntrhno. lull, lu wb " - ,,T pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swelling sores, or open eaung uicor. a. humors or diseases arising from bad blood. II you nave Oltier, nasty, mm u your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath, I. 1 -.-It., 111 f..l ' - - J are weaa uu w "'nt and despondent, have frequent headaches, diity attacks, gnawing er distress in stom ach, constipated or irregmax owtua, nh or bitter risings after eating and poor, sppetlte, these symptoms, or any consider ablenumberof them, Indlcatothat yon ar suBerlns irom oniousneaa, mrpiu Itvor with tha usual accompanying Indl- Br WlbD llo uauiM aii;v.F""'0 gestlon, or dyspepsia ana uieir inauuw serangeraBuui. I (la nrnvAn In vour UtlllftAUOa win hnf mull a. Twuttn.1 nurd reoaM ul)r. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y., for a frte copy of his booklet of ixtracts frpsi me stanaaro moaicai tHwiurmwi 0":Mo tlie names of all the Ingredients entering ilia iionioa ui on ,o' . -7 into niB woriu-iouicu iiicuii-.a - Ing what the moat eminent medleal X sus a say 01 mens. . CONSIGN YOUB LIYB STOCK 10 M. K. & T. Commis sion Company FOB WHICH ' J. R. VAN VOORST la cattle salesman ana Bfter all shlpmeata from DIOK1NSOB 00. . nnnoAHtTf VliutlrS Write us for any Information you' de sire la regard to the market. 871 LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE KANSAS CITY. MO. Abilene Steara Laundry. Perfeot Work. Raanonable Prloea Patronise home Industry. Pure SanJ nrlns. water used and all work soanmuod agencies In all Dlcklnooa county towns. 3. S. GOODWIU Proprietor. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. UNION PACIFIC ' Eastboand ;. 102 passnger (Limited) 4:10 a. to. 110 Passenger ....8:8$ a. m. 104 Passenger......... U;8I a. m. 10$ Passenger. .... .... . H48 P- 168 Local Freight...... 1:10 P. Frt, Belolt to Junction. . 6:15 p. m. Westbound 101 Passenger (Limited) 8:48 nv. 10 Passenger..; 10:08 p. . 107 Psssenger. 8:10 P- 103 Passenger.......... 8:87 p. m. 169 Local Freight 8:80 a. nt. Frt, Junction to Belolt, , .8:46 a. m, ROCK ISLAND , Eastbound r.36 Mall Express 10:60 a. nt. 660 Local Freight, .... Motor Express ........ Westbound 536 Mull Express. .... . 666 Local Frelgh.. Motor Express .4:00 p. m. , .8:28 p.m. . .6:66 p. m. ,11:46 a. m. ..1:30 p.m. , SANTA FB 1 Boutlibound 306 Psssenger ..11:00 a. m. 808 Freight 8:06 p. m. 310 Freight 2:16 p. m. Northbound 307 Passenger ..8:07 . m. 308 might .,...1:41 a. m. 311 Freight 1:10 p. m. a .11.. ttMK.t. Leave for Salin 317 Mixed ..8:10 a. au 311 Mixed 18:08 p. m. 821 Mlved ,4:08 p.m. Arrlv from Sallaa. 218 .Mixed.... 7:66 a. m. 320 Mixed.... ........ 10:66 a. m. ... ..3:10 p. m. uiLME's socmim . . .an a w Ua, Ma. A. ss, aMouSrat an tbinl Motulay eve. Bins la oacb awatk at Maoonle haiLooroor Third Bad Cedar. M. B. Malott, W. M. u. ura.. awi.iafi , rwiMaj a.a.ui ia rmi1 1 OVAL aRcn M ASOm-Cyrra Ohaptat W. Mane, H. r.; Joseph C. Kool, teraiary rIPM T1S BKWBVOLIDT ASSOOIA TloN ibtlmo Conrt-ll So. . roeau oa aaroad aod rotirtb Tbaraday eroalaas of aaca aonio. i i i waAvua mrm, n. a. Youas. prealdant; Joka 0. Ko) or, oosntary MIM3-' Tbwv it rrc-tlf mjaf ywHlio at 0VkWM ktU it nm bmBtjUifi br l9 oocAiammi bh mi 9 H 1 J-"A N H Tafnil. Tm j br hrx mm ortttwr orrjMioa. lb fftmuy IM-iM s will K. van