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ABlLKKK WEEKLY BFrweOTOB. A1HLKNK, KANBAg,. MARCH 84, 1.10.
? in Strikine Designs ' Foil of paints of merit, nrs nun rout In our assortment ot WAIL PAFER8 They are now, artlsUe and pita inf. The eolorlnif art excellent and will retain their beauty tot rears. There la not a pattern l the stor. that would not make charming eoTerlng for any room. A. 0. ELV7ICK Exclusir. Paint and Wall -per Bona l,7t 1101 80 Tern in Business in Abilene We can fliyoui clock or witch or jewelry right. See onr new dieplajr of Jew elry, Eye Glae and Speotaolea TOirFS BIOHT. COOLEY, THE JEWELER, Third 8L, across from P. 0. TEMPTATION TOO GREAT. Herington Men Stole 24 Bottles of - Whisky from Box Car. A. I. Blzel. A. A. Madison, J. R. Could, Mi C. Smith, four employee mi th Rock Island yardi at Henna 'sin. ware arrested by Sheriff Young on the charge ot burglarly and ler- mi In steallns 24 bottle of whisky, valued at a noma, iruw w car. They were given a hearing a Jus tice Qulnn'i court thli afternoon. Crawford and F. A. Greene, of Her- In.tnn. can (et 11000 bond for each defendant they will be turned loots until their. trial next Thursday, at Qnlnn's court Fully nine out of every ten cases ef rheumatism is simpiy rnsumausm of the muscles due to cold or damp. or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any internal treatment. All that la heeded to afford relief Is the free application ot Chamber lain's Liniment. Giro It a trial. Ton re certain to be pleased with the quick relief which It affords. Sold by 0. B. Northeraft Co. Public Sale Having sold my farm I will sell at auction at the place t H miles south nd 1 mile east of Abilene. H mile aouth ot Purdy school house, on Tuesday, March 29 commencing at 11 a. m., the follow' Ing property: 4 head ot Horses , 13 head ot Cattle Seven bead good milch cows, thor oughbred Short Horn bull coming ( years old, 6 bead good calves. 7 head of Hogs Two thoroughbred Poland China aows, 1 with pigs by aide. Farm Implements, Etc DeLaval cream separator good aa new, McCormlck binder, McCormlck mower, John Deere cultivator, Can ton disc cultivator. Canton disc bar row, S-eectloa harrow, 1-borse corn drill new, walking lister, walking plow, Sandwich grinder, good Studs- baker wagea new box, spring wagon, 3 aeta good work harness, aingle har ness. Also about tOO bushels good corn In crib, prairie hay It stack. TERMS: All sums of $10 and nader cash; sums over $10 a credit ot I months Hill be given on note with approved security at S per cent Interest No jroprty to be removed natil settled far. Two per cent off for cash on mn over $10. . FREE LUNCH AT KOON. F. D. U.W V'. C. Cv.-;lf, Auctioneer. v. TTv:e, c;--k. 6 WORKING THEIR WAT. By E. B. Oowgffl, Department ot VaU verslty Extension, Iwiwnce, ami. Baser desire for higher education sends to American colleges and uni versities many a young man ana woman without the support of a bank account. The story of heroic effort Inspired by a purpose not understood by the many who see only the outr come, may be told to soother gener ation, but Is now to the actors a grim contest without romance. But the story Is enacted more frequently as the value of university training be comes more widely known. Formerly It was thought that higher education was for the few. Now, society begins to resllie that the Interest of all the people the in terests of the state and the nation the ability of our people to hold their own in the fierce and fiercer com netition of the present and the Imme diate future require that higher edu cation and the power thereby de veloped become general. Thie In stinct of self-preservation, as per taining to the whole people and to each separate unit, in the conditions foreshadowed sends children of poor, children of fairly well-to-do, and children of rich parents to the school. For the children of the rich and ot the well-to-do, the question of meeting the expense may be of small importance. But the Increasing numbers of those who must earn a part or all of their keep, presents a subject of growing interest and conse quence. The fact that in many cases the self sustatners ot a generation ago have become leadera In the world's great work of today, lends inspiration to the present generation of those who face the double prob lem of making a living and of hold ing their own In the contest for edu cational supremacy. Society bat bo present prospect more full ot promise, no present Investment more certain of profitable return, than the out come ot this double problem. It is worth while to Inquire how a few of the many who are working their way to education are solving the problem. For this purpose Inquiry was made of several hundred stu dents both men and women, at the University of Kansas. , A young man reports that during his first year at the University be worked Saturdays, afternoons snd holidays at odd Jobs, and did car penter work for his parents In sum mer vacation. During the next year he worked at odd Jobs, table Waiting and laundry delivering, and In sum mer vacalon worked for the Mis souri Pacific railroad. During his third year h did carpenter work afternoons and Saturdays. His to tal expenses per year were $270. He found no lack ot courtesy on the part of other students because ot the fact that he bad to "work his way." Another young man whoa ex penses average about $300 a year, works on a farm during hla summer vacation earning $100. While at the University he does Janitor work tor which he receives $11 per month and his room. He experiences no lack of courtesy on the part ot other students. Another whose expenses are stated to be $250 per school yesr earned $17S while In school and $100 dar ing vacation. The work was ' re- toui'hlng In photo studies." "None so far," It the reply to the question, "Do you find any lack of courtesy on the part ot other students because of the fact that you have to work your wayT" , . , With total expenses per year amounting to $300 a young man whw had saved some money from his sal ary as a teacher and who earns $125 in the harvest fields during his sum mer vacation,' adda $150 during the school year at "waiting on table." Another former teacher whose to tal expenses per school year are about $300, earns about $250 per year from a laundry route In which he has purchased an Interest , A young farmer pays all ot hi expenses, $300 per year, from his farming which he describes as fol lows: "I owned a team and the year before I entered the University I rented forty acres ot wheat land and used my father'e farming Im plements to sow the wheat Then, the work ot myself and team would pay tor harvesting It I have used ssms forty acres each year." A "vacation farmer" earns money while at the University writing news paper "dope." ' He made his expenses while attending academy la this way and has three papers on his "string" while at the University. His total expenses per year are stated to be "close to $170." The foregoing are taken from the top ot a pile of inquiries. No two are alike. Very many young women are earning part or all Of tbelr way with pluck equal to that ot the men. There U no room for doubt ot the value ot the service that men and women will render when they shall hare completed their University pre naratloa. They rssy not at sce III bp liven More Than Is Claim , ; For it . : - 1 speak from experience of twenty Ave years with Hood's Sarsaparllla, In giving my recommendation to this meaicmv. For spring humors and as a general klAnd.finrla I ... ' . - 1 falls. I have Pt? lalways found ii jS V i,. lit An all 5t claimed for it, and more. i know it to be a good medlctne for scrofula, salt ,. - .. Mas. J. P. Gas. u irnilar troubles, and as a general spring medicine I can positively say It has no equal. It gives me genuine satisfac tion to say these words Intavor of the medicine I have found so reliable all these years we have been using It In our family." Mrs. J. F. Gee, 10 Gould street Btoneham, Mass. - Hood's Barsaparllla effects Its won derful cures, not simply because It contains sarsaparllla but because It combines the utmost remedial values of more than twenty different ingre dients, each greatly strengthened and enrlcbed by this peculiar combination. These Ingredients are the very reme dies that successful physicians pre acrlbe for the same diseases and ail ments, but they are not all found In any other medicine. There la no real substitute for Hood's Sarsaparllla. If urged to buy any preparation said to be "Just aa good" you may be sure It Is Inferior, costs less to make, ana yields the dealer a larger profit. Get Hood's Sarsaparllla today In usual liquid form or In chocolated tab lets called Sarsatabs. 100 Doses $1. the door of opportunity standing open hefnre them, but that they will find It, will enter, and will Justify the fpre- . . . in 1L. sight of the state in pruvium. University In which to develop their unseen powers. Is not a debatable proposition. , V . . . . PARKER FACTORY THERE SOON. Money b Vp for the Bite and Title Will be Secured. Leavenworth Post: O, P." Lam bert, president of the Greater Lea venworth club, speaking of Leaven worth todav. ssid: "C. W. Parker's money to pay for the site has been In my hands for some time and the Greater Leavenworth club Is ready with their part. We are waiting on the attorneys and the courts and In this case they have been very slow, hut th. lawyers toll me that It Is only a matter of a few days until the title will be perfected, and then Mr. Par ker will build factory in Leaven worth that will surprise our people." A. P. COLLINS IS DEAD. Well Known Kansas Passed Away In California. Riverside. Calif.. March 10. A. P. Collins for over 80 years prominent in Central Kansas political affairs, but for the last six years a Riverside orange grower ,dled last night of heart trouble. Shortly before Mr. Collins' death his, daughter, Mra. Edith C. Haggarty wa married at his bedside to John L. Bishop of Sallna, Kansas. Mr. Collins lived In Dickinson county for 20 years, owning 1000 acres of fine land aouth of Solomon. He went to Saltna and later to Cali fornia where he has made a marked success as sn orange-grower. Mia Norman In Concert Company. Miss Ruby Norman went to Enter prise where she will Join the Enter prise Concert Co. on its tour through southeastern kansas. Prof. H. W. Stelainger of the Enterprise Normal academy Is manager of the company. They expect to be gone a week. Itch Relieved at Once. That terrible itch disappears with ths first drop of a simple compound ot oil ot wiatergreen, thymol and (lycerlna mixed In D. D. D. Pre scription. This soothing, healing lo tion, sed extsrnally kills ths ecsema germ Instantly. Heretofore the D. D. D. remedy has bees sold only In $1.00 bottles; but as a special offer, any sufferer In this town who has never tried D. D. D. can now try this remedy In special bottle at JCc It cure the Itch In stantly. "We konw this. C. 8. North craft Co. , A WHEN TO BURN i .,; . THE CHINCH BUGS . Professor r. A, wenn oi m. im- verslty of Kansas who has beec work- ing on the chinch bug problem, has T . - vi. .,- In securea jrwm mm wvwim- . ....I. ur:.5 the value of turning th. bunoh Krs at thUseamn of the year. pyu- .ki..h t flnita mi w coming up out of tn roots of the .. . crass and collecting aurmg tae aay- ?r0n the south aide, of th. p, of grass. In order to test the effectiveness of hnrnlnar. Professor Glenn burned I .v! h.lf . n.11. loo, .her. . .viiy uv --. the bug were plentiful about 11 o'clock In the morning March 12. After the fire, by several connts ot, the live and dead bug ne ronna w( from 79 per cent to 17 per cent oi. . . me oug" wr asauvjw. . .1 The percentage of effectiveness was no doubt very much greater than the count revealed as it was based on the charred remains, no account be- in, taken of th. number that was en-' t orSTLntZV. tlrely burned up. : . . . I-W'SuMk Professor Glenn strongly recom- S,7gnating the ouices for which can mends that the burning be done on 'njS "rlfrsV Tu'escay afternoons of sunny days when the ln August m iio, do hereby certify, ground is dry and It Is relatively faTrttS calm. WENT UP FIFTY FEET AND CAME DOWN AGAIN. Fall Resulted In Broken Wg on the Glider. mmmmrm itoi. Jja uomme mau mu wuw in the glider ot Parker's air ship Frl-' day evening on the prairies north of town. The glider was towed by an automobile and on the first trial' went up 20 feet. On the second It , " . , A . .. went 50 feet and coming down fell th. il an feet. One wins wa brok- the last 20 feet. One wing wa brok- en but is being repaired. The avia tor was not Injured. A'ntomoblle Banning We here offer you a list of auto- mobile bargins owing to the fact that we must clean up for our spring stock. We have a Model F Buick of 190S, equipped with top, glass front, sneedometer. two extra tires. 1 set of weed chains, set of Woodworth ( treads, extra chain and two Inner tubes, all for... .....$600 We have a Model F 1909, as good as new for itbu One Of 1909 Model for. . ... . . .$800 : W have a Cadillac, single cylinder, as good as new for '. 1 Maxwell "A" Junior ot 1909 Model for 1150 . . . 1 Model 10, 1909, 4 cylinder, 4 seat) TJ.iIaV fn- IlltlO BUICK for . .. , These are all bargains and If you ar. Interested la an automobile pleas, . 1 call and see th. Shovs ana nave n demonstration before yon buy. 16dwtf B. B. COULSON ft CO. j . ' - Wanted. . i Shetland or Indian ponies, regis tered or not will buy from 1 to CO, give description' and lowest, price. W. are th. builders of It styles ot hand made oony vehicles. A. Jr. Lester Co., 119 S. 14th St, St. Louis, Mo. 17w2" . l. v-" mmm i J. S. Engl, today resigned the scboolboard because ne nas mov- M against you and otner aennaants aim ,. t i,, m.r p.H.lnamed In said petition to the follow ed from first to fourth wara. n-,. ,sorlbe real estate, situated In tins are out for him for schoolboard member ln the fourth. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas county, ss: T PkanttW moV. oath that , vuvuti " he Is the senior partner of the firm of T. 3. Cheney and Co., doing busl in th. .it nf Tnlnrln. countv and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum oi one nnnarea dollars for each and every case of parser!, that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. VHINK J. HNHU1. Sworn to before me and subscrlb-l ed in mr nresence this 6th day of, riuMnW. A n. 180. W m.EASON. (Seal) NoUry Public. Hall's CaUrrh Cure la taken In . ... mMm dlroetlv on the wi.."li - ' blood and mucous surfaces ot the . a.ii tn. tMirlmorjlalB free. P. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by an o rut-guts, ibo. Take Hall's Family Pills for con- atlpation. (First published la th Abilene Weekly Reflector, March 1. 110.) jiothjw All peraons Interested I will Uke onM Site Court, asklns for authority io J.1I thai TnilOWlIiM nrasi i fwh . uated In Dlckln-on County, h.in,in. to th. Mtat of Willam Witt, deoeased, tor th purpose of Paying th deBis ot i. ;- 7 ptos. of admlBlstralloo, to wtt: 1st, The east halt (i of th eouth half (Mi) of lot unmber on 1), la the south-art quarter ( ) of sect Ion number sixteen U, in township thirteen (IS) if rnn three (J) east of the Sixth PrlnelP.1 Meridian, containing; two and one-hif (! .ore.: tnd, the outa half ( H) of lot number thlrteea (1) Id petition Is .l for hearing at th. salo seriw. nunii-i ll of AMlene, said County, on Baturdsr. ihe Itih dr ef " h- 191' ,,n ocloc a at whlr time snd plM v.,u ran mk. knowa n objeclior. i,-n may h to Ui. granting of sucti 'l'.''ed Mareli '. 'BWVFTTi I" j . " ' '- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. fu. n,n-Mn hoard of Frasrant I urn Tt-n-hin nfoklnaon county and ' a v- mil tnwnahin. Geary county. inint Thursday. March jj jsio, at 10 o'clock a. m., one nortJ, ud ona m, wast of Alida . . .A.aua Baa la1 hMS for icnoui uuudv w ,c..v -- .i- ... ,i.tinn of elcht concrete culverts. I Hon as found necessary when work U . um.n hk of SEO must sccompsny each bid as a guar- kMilaM it aniAA8Sful. Will auieo u 'or all' bids. , Precise specifications may n0 be seen at my office, uy order of above board. , . - ' ' H. 8. HILL, Trute . ... . wr,.t Hiu townsnip Dlcklnn county. Kansas, i lTwlt he4 B th AWlell, w,rtly Betiector, March 17, mo.) ...- nB. PHt. I rut .it vumw - MABI ELEHIUI. JTTTPjangMl Dickinson County, ss. , " , of county Clerk. ,-. Abilene, Kansas, March 10, ino. To Whom it may Concern: county at said primary may nmimi. one candidate to be voted for at the SSSeraTelectlon to M held In November of 1910, for each of the following of- "two Justices of the Supreme Court Candidates for Governor. . . Candidates for Lieutenant-Governor. Candidates for Secretary of State. Candidates for State Auditor. Candidates for State Treasurer. i uanaiaaiea lur aiwmi.j I candidates for State Superintendent or ruonc inairuciiwu. , , g- 8uper,ntendent of ln' - Candidate. , to, f Stat. Mn '. migaioner. SSlS!if! : candidates for County Clerk. Candidates for County Treasurer, candidates for Register of Deeds, Candidates for County Attorney. UllliaiaKlH iwr n.u.w . Candidates for Sheriff. Candidates tor Coroner. Candidates for County Superintend ent of Publlo Instruction. Candidates for County Surveyor. Candidates xor uiera, ot n wurj candMatelI for Hllth school Trustees. . . . rusiees. Candidates for County Commissioner. rBnMa(-. for county commissioner. Candidates ror wounty amwbw. Candidates for Justice of the Peace. Candidates for Constable. Candidates for Township Trustee. Candidates tor Township Clerk. Candidates for Township Treasurer. Candidates ror jrracinct yonuunwi- mn,-V(in under mT nana- and the seal of ...d yf gI5B2Bgg . ...,. .hi. nth day of March. 110. (Seal) Zrry puMi,hea Abilene Weekly Be- tiector March it, ijo.) - - ' -' hoticb to mos-hbsipb obfbndahts. n the District uoun oi wii.u.v v. State or jtansa.; . , . allen W. tucker, Plaintiff . ....... I VS. - . T; E'f. Defendant. -a . yltr ae, or If dead. hi. unknown heir., executor., aomm imtrainriL devisees, trustees ano as nis un.nwwn .-, "v--" . . J..l...a ,rllflt0M and .a sisns; the unsnown noire, w admlnUtratora, - devisee , trmtii and aisisns of Mrs. Sarih B. sssell or Fussell and of Benjamin Pussell, her husband; Carrie. Humphrey .and Henry K. ' Humphrey her husband, a. heirs at law of John Johnti, de eased; James B. Ilchelberger, Emma C. Elchelberger, hi. wife; Fonnle M. Lekold, Robert Lebold. Cla're Jbold, Ida Ellison, Sherman Elllsoii, her nasband, Fred Lebold. Berths Lebold, May Lebold Cochran and Hal Coch ran, her husband, and John F.JLe bold, as helm at law.ofC.-H. Lebold. deceased; and Edith Hurd, heir at law of Paul Hurd, deceased: You are hereby notified that you have been sued by the plaintiff, Allen W. Tucker, ln said plstrlct Court of D'eWnson Vn"'i. KE tition I nea in nam wu. "1m tilTiM. .Dickinson , county, .'- ten (10) of Kuney and Hodge's addi tion to th City ot Abilene, Kansas, and to bar and exclude you and the other defendants therein named from any Interest, title or Hen In, to or upon aald real estate. ' iMi . , Tou are further notified that unless you answer the plaintiff's petition on or before the 1st day of May, 1S10, uid petition will be taken a. true and judg ment will be rendered against you, bar ring each of you from any Interest In the above-described real estate. W. J. ROWE, Clerk of th District Court MOORE A HUMPHREY, Attorneys tor Plaintiff. 17-S (First published ln Abilene Weekly R.fiactor March 17. 1910.1 , I ' NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT. State of Kansas, Dickinson County, ss: In the matter ot the estate of Isaac L. Brubaker, deceased, lata of niebi.uin Cnnntr. Notice Is hereby given that on th. 15th day of March A. D. 1910, th. j.Minftl r.a hv 4h. Drobmto eonrt of Dickinson county, Kansas, duly appointed aaa quaiiueo as executrix of th. estate of I. L. Brubaker, de- i.ta A rvteklnaon eolistT. Kansas. AH parties tntorssted la I aald ettat will Uk notice and gov- themselves accordingly. , ANNA W. BRUBAKBl. Executrix. (first published la th Abilene Weekly Reflector, Marcn is, isis.i NOTICE OF FINAL eETTLKMFVT. State of Kanima, Pltklnso County, ss: In th Fwbsts Court of said county. In th matter of th tat ! Mat thaw Boland, Deceased. To A" Creditor and Other hntal Interested la Said Estate: Ton are hereby notified that at the reaii'.ar Ar.nl term of th Proh-ie Court In and for sa'd county, to he h'.t st th. prohate )urte's office. Il Alrt ene. la ..Id eouOtr. on th. 4th d.y .( April, ll. h-'.nc the fl" on4ty le ,,d nMt r Av.rll. r will sa.k. lin., rMvT-scAvt 9 fv:iTd. Att'f. 7. H. EIOTZ CO. UNDERTAKERS The Same Careful atten tion that has been given to the Eicholtz business for, the past thirty-nine years.' H. K. EJCHOLTZ, H. H. EICHOLTZ. Uoeneed. Embalmera Abilene Kansas FINE ARTIFICIAL TEETH Wit or Without PUtea . J Crown and Bridge Work PAINLESS EXTRACTING examination Free. PR. TRIPLETT Orr Case' Store, Abilene. Mar II Low Fares to California New Mexico Arizona Mexico - ; .', ' - .' '' - I fin. war Colonist tickets on sal. da(ly to April 15, 110. InclutlTS. ABILENE, KANSAS . nnti a few nolnts ahown below. For tares to other points and inter -matlon as to the liberal stop-ot.r privileges accorded, phon,- writ or. sea the nndersiined. . V : Los Angeles .115.00 .115.00 . .8.00 ,1 25.00 .MI.OO .$25.00 .I2I.VJ .125.00 , .-26.00 , .-25.00 .125.00 .125.09 .121.11 .$25.00 .135.00 .126.00 .(25.00 .125.00 .125.00 .115.00 San Francisco gan tiego Pasadena '. Badlands Sacramento . . . . . . .. . ...... Santa Barbara ............ Monterey Frescott Phoenix .. Flagstaff . Tucson . Blabee . . . Ooldtleld . Tonopah . Denting ... surer City ChUhuahua Ouaymas .. Mexico City Thrnnrh tonrlst sleepors to Los An geles, San Francisco and San Diego, dally. F. S. SaUs, Agt A.T. 8.F. By. Abilene, Kansas. CATARRCs f ,rMi hsujv: 4 at- Cly'2 Cr.zm DAU4 . Suro to Civ) Satisfaction. OIVIS aSLHF AT OHOI. ft ulisn.n, aootae, seal and protects AseaseA sBenanne rerorttoft fioca Currh and drlre away a Coid in the Hoad qiiN-kly. Bwtore to Be mm ef Tsst snd SiseU. Basy to as. Conuios no isjnri.rai drugs applied into th aostril eo4 ahvntd Lanre Wae, SO cents st Ih-npiriat or by tail. Ltqirfd (Veaaa Baba tor it almiiet, 7f) esnf. eT tDOTrlEnt. M Vwtm lU a Ttr. r ft S MAI-t !AiS r. h-4 . lit r s fXwTTrlCVT MATtr 0Tn vi 9