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14 - Anything that i j. ' overdone or under- tLJF dona IK nnl aYvwl. ., 1Ui M especially true ot baking tod it it Jmi ll true of baking powder. If you Geo the cheap and Big Can Kindt yon an gettipff quantity at tba tacrine of ' crality. It cannot be as frood or as economical as Calumet the. tnndinm price kind. If too an tbe High Price Kind, yon are paying tribute to toe Trust the- quality it bo better. - , " . . . .' - , Can ill - v l w Af..4 ikuM l tlia cm yoft Bore mbctattc bat tot nan baking powder, ft il pest auuiiity oaJ;'- tot il economy, tot in nb'ifictioo. itt -'Hf, res a: TheTnnt Kind Calimwt Id the Standard 1 lb. Cea, eeili at a moderate cost but it great in all'ronnd satisfaction. Von dm leaaof it itmakesthebakinglighter, purer mora dell ciona. One baking Will pro it! tape- riority tryrt. Atk ' your grocer and in-. list en Calumet. Freer-large handeomc ': ' recipe book. Send 4c ' ' and Dip found In - pound can. , Cahneet - BaldntPowdv Co,- MAW MAT FANS WERE THERE. Saw McVey Pin Lute to the Floot ' Two Times Straight. .- X i- Now wrestling matches In Abi lene are as scarce aa . feathers on a camel's tall, but over 200 persons were opt to see young Luts get pin ncd to the mat tiro consecutive fnlh by McVey. Ekland, of r Miltonvab, was hurt In a wrestling match Wed- nesday night, so In order to. null off ." tbe match McVey; the middleweight 'champion ot the west, tfas telegrapb- ed at Kansas City to come and take Ekland's place. - He weighs 160 pounds, Just 1J5 pounds more than , Lutz.' .: The first fall was made in 20 mln. - ntes.- McVey bad" the best of it , throughout, he being the heavier of - tbe two; '".However, Luts Btuck with him and at times it looked like the ' Kansas Cltian's 'shoulder would be Sinned to the' mat, but by a clever . head spin McVey managed to break Lute's hold..' McVey won the first . lair 6y a leg, half Neleon and crotch hold. - 'The second round was faster than - the flret. McVey Won tbesecond fall which lasted 15 minutes. Much kicking was done in the second round. McVey's superiority was Just as consplcious in the second round as - it was In the first At times he would pick Lutl off the floor and hurl him . to tbe mat. "McVey pinned the young St. Joseph Wrestler's shoulders " to the mat with an arm scissors hold, v Both" wrestlers Bhowed -skill in wrestling but McVey was Just a lit tle too heavy for Luts to - handle. George Potter refereed the match.' , "H1S HEAD WAfiTBLOWJV OFF. Explosion at Manhattan - Two Deaths. Results in iublitnus X 111 Cut lM.ei Llmtcn CliHirniau. THA, XiLLXu j'. i,i i uom snow now it is In your neighborhood, but - in qurs mighty Jew of the aristocratic millionaires Condensed Statement of the Condition of the CITIZENS BANK The Republican central committee have over two hundred dollars when of Abilene. KansaR. t th a l,!.. A 1 lor ; the it comes to a show down. ' ' ' ' J Resources I Bonds , ,; ' Ji.ooo.OO Cash and eight exchange 125,477,87 Other Resources ....... 2,05J.1 .$409,126.21 Manhattan, Aug. 18. The . com pressed air tank ot - the . marble works belonging tq J. J. Paddock ft Sons, exploded about. 11 o'clock this met at 1:30 and organized campaign. : : ' ' Jl - Jl Its members are: H. 8. Taylor, T.I .The people don't expect a 1250 K. uonann, p. h. Hauecg, j. - a. minister to preach a crack sermon Loans and discounts. . .1242.929.27 Tutts, J. B. Cole George KKh, Frank every time he gets up in the pulpit. Bank Building . .. ...;; 10,000.00 Fair, B. F. Eye, O. V. Latto C W. Therefore I refuse to become weary I Furniture and Fixtures 1.000.00 Beltzel, George Ackers, O, Engle, land downcast when my labors as Warrants V -t.l.tt a. (7. liandis, A. A. Peterson, w. w. herein set down become flat . and Johnson,: . R. C. Oederlck : B. h. flabby. ;. . Thompson, M. E. welch Chas. Ran-1 . . jt js dall, F. F. Linden, J. P. Moore, J. A. I ' Unless tha law steps In and tup- W. Krause, R, McShea, James 8ex- presses agents another year will see Total resources ton,. Clarence Taylor, N. E. Carter all the great common people entirely O. L. Peatllng, M. E. Whitney Clem stripped ot their saving ot a life: Bell, William Rohloft. - . time. r. H. Halleck called the meeting I- . ( -ji ji to order. , - ' ' ; . ... . j know a dozen fellows who 111 Mr. Halleck. Dr.J McShea. - Conn. Walk rldhr. nvor a fan tlnltair hill tin man and F. F. tlnden, Navarre, wore Lthe sidewalk and never see it, but let gther'n that mde ta welkin ring nominated for ,? chairman. McShea anmehnil dmn an nM ), ainnv.M. i "."" vvmim. withdrew.' The vote was; Halleck, ot their path' and they will see it the 13; Linden, 16.- . darkest night on earth and immed- For. Secretary, H. S. Taylor, Abi- lately stop to try it on.. Aid -they lene, 10; A, A. Peterson, Hope 19.. always Imagine It fits, whether V For treasurer, Dr Mcsnea receiv-fdoes or not. ed 14; Dr, T. R.,ConklIn, Abilene, ; -? ji ,'jt 15. ' . I ; My friend, you ar making a ml- Dr. W. W. Johnson of Carlton was take in trying to knock old Atlas out named to be on the ticket tor coro- of his Job, . He has carried the world ner to till vacancy there being no on' his shoulders for good many Liabilities Capital Stock , .. . SO.OOO.OO Surplus . . . . . . ; . , , 12,500.00 Undivided, profits 2,423.37 Deposits . 344,202,34 Total liabilities ..1409,126.21 , The above statement is correct, i . - ' r IB v; ! -Sy.M- M. H. MALOTT, Cashier. . lem Bell was elected member of the congressional committee. - nomination at primaries, i. ..: - . years and his services have always - A vote of thanks was given P. H. I beensatisfactory. v Why not let him morning killing two. workmen anj ln-'Haiieca; lor mi services an chairman continue in the workT , Besides, the Juring ofie of the owners. - - r jorf11 h SafliE Jwo week's. ' J weight of the world on your should' Charley Peak, one of the workmen, P. H. Halleck was chosen as joicB rers is beginning to tell on your was on top ot the tank adjusting the . inson's member of the Judicial rtis. eut-off valve "end it la thoueht he tnct committee, crewed It too tight, causing the ex plosion. " His head" was blown off and the. rest of his , body - was badly mangled. ' He has a wife and family. Charles W. 'Walker, another work man, who was standing near the tank had both leas blown off and the wi - - , . . rest ot his body cut to pieces. He - . . ' - r'D. you need the rest. lived long enough to be taken to the "Follow the three white rings lei ""(re that lingering nope hospital, where he died. He also , becoming a popular cry among the eomewnere a Motes win rise up to leaves a wife and family.- V -' tourists who are trawling t across lead " out of the wilderness, even James Paddock, one of the owners, ' country in automobiles. - Tha three toougn you do retire to your tent lor What has become ot tbe old fash ioned bo whose soul was afire with ambition to become a brakeman as soon as he was big enough? , . " I may be unusually full of opti mism, but blamed if I ever worked myself up to tbe point of Imagining the country was going to the dogs if my candidate for congress failed to land the Job, Bert Walker. Fall Tana ftrtinr 81 KANSAS STATE , AGmCUa.TIJWAI. COL. LEGE Airkalrere, Enirinaariaf, OeaHtIk Schaet, Veteriaary Mcaiciw, Arcliilertart, friaunf Praparatorr cUm for ,tidn oMr alztaaa SamlforaCatalaeua . In A nai. WATtM Muhttaa, tM. 'SWAT THE GNAT" NOW THU CUV The "Kansas Farmer's" Special, The "Kansa0 Farmer published health; you were not cut out for . awmwiug b- such heavy work. It is very cred- Itflhla In vnit in inta liri fhta tnK unsolicited, , but now that Atlas Is "bcrlptlon for: Largest display of clgt premiums to the exhibitors of the Dickinson counfy fnir: one yeai's f rested up again, don't you think you horse,, any breed; fruit, any kind; FOLLOW THE THREE RINGS. haA hattar raal.Af W .11 lrnn that raIn kind; P0Ut09S, any V8' rietyt wueei, any a.iuu, poultry, guy . ' . . rlltlnn and manVlnn I. nn tha wrn. ira, ". lOBieioea, iney win uiiwt u .q one a.. --------- - " .,'7,.TJany kind: watermelons, anv kind. of Abilene to the Other. ' Then This special premium, list does not jjjat appear in the regular premium list. uui it out ana preserve 11. v , IN NEW VORK SOCIETt. was knocked down and badly stuned, but will recover.. ,.: : YOUNG MEN SAW A GHOST. It Had a Gun and Shot it Too Foot altace Followed. r- i .5 SUlUe-Kessengefc . ; " Benjamin F. Kesslnger and . Miss . Lenora M. Stlllie were united In mar riage at St. John's restory last even- " tng hy the Hey. Panl B. James, rec- ' tor ot St. John's Episcopal church. Withoi . taking a trip tbey , 'will take up their residence at . r nee , in their 'new home on West " Second areet ; Both bride and groom are well knewn young people of th city. The bride Is one of the best teachers of the veounty and fhe'. groom tenographer of the Pioneer Produce company. They deserve much plnesav 'ff '' : A ghost in Jesse Snlder's alfalfa patch,", said John Eddy to a crowd of .friends. ;"Yes", indeed, you Just come on and go out home with me tonight and see that "white looking thing flap its arms-and groan."-'-"Ah, come on Jane, quit your kid- din', us ".replied Pat Makins, at the same time winking at Al Porter. "You are all cowards and are trfraid to come out," continued Eddy. "."Not on your .life; Well go, wont we fellows?" said Makins, calling Eddy's dare.''-, '.: , )' ' Bo sure enough at 11 o'clock that night John Eddy, . '.'Pat" ; Makins, "Penny", Young. Al Porter ' and , 'Doc"- Eisenhower . were seen head- Beautiful Women of the 400 r Have Luxuriant Hair. ' Who In; gay 1 rlna-s system la being Installed all , d! "P- our own ousiness neeos over the United States. . B..B. Coul- yor attention. There are weeds in son is the tirst automobile man in b01" front nd runbish on your this part of the country to sUrt the doorstep. : fioi brother, Jhe thing for system. He has had three rings you to ao is to gently sot tne worm painted on telephone poles along the back on the shoulders of Atlas d aiiu a i.- il .. i- tu . nrov tavvantiv itint ha TriDV.ha a I von I ' ne" " 7 to1 hoM it ".wM. without Ia "JT The ring system start east of the, your help. Brenlzer place, northeast of Abi-j ; 'Jl J lene, goes down Olive street to Honesty Is the best policy, but hair preparation that will kill Biignta,.ineDce aown oucwye to did you evernotice that a lot of fel- persistent dandruff germs, New York, where women get their Ideas from their foreign Parisian Sage Is the discovery ot a well known scientist, and be claims most emphatically that It is the only the ond, then on West to- the Santa Fe tracks, then south' a block, -west two blocks south to the Union-Pacific railroad tracks and then west to the section line.- ;;- ,'"',,-' 'f :' -.' , Signs have been painted, to be posted along the route reading "West Thrn Abilene, Follow Three Rings" and "East Thru f Abilene, Follow Three Rings; Karl Riddle, a chauf feur at the Coulson garage, Is re sponsible for the artistic ' arrange ment ot the signs.. . . They will be a great help to the. lows ao pretty wen in spue or nr., j, M. Oleissner & Son guarantee .'- Jl .jl- - - Parisian Sage to cure dandruff; In r No man ever has too many friend!; two weeks, to stop falling hair; to but a lot of them have too many of He is Doing Worse Things Than the .;, House Fly. It Is "swat the gnat" now. Some Iowa physicians have discovered that It la the gnat that carries around In- fa&iUe paralysis germs and caused the "terrible epidemic" In Kansas and lowa." -'-,'. -'.. Tbe gnat Is similar to the yellow fever mosquito that crowds beneath the clotlbng of .the victim and through a set ot muscles which com- - prise small glands, and Injects Its germ. . The physicians are preparing a detailed report to be filed with the Iowa stite bf rd of health. . , Recuperejtlori-there s not so much In the ordinary vacation as there Is In a single bottle of Hood's Sarsa- parllla, which Refreshes : the tired blood, sharpens the dulled appetite, restores the 'lost., courage. . Take Hood's Barsapartlla this summer. kind. -..-s ing westward. A the boys neared ltourlt tnat P8" throuSh Allent DDiiTJK HABIT Would you like to master it? Yea Can, in 3 Days " Looks almost too good to believe, but , every day proves tt tree. ; . - ;. , :" PRESIDENT TAFT ' : . in recent speech at Ada, O., said: "The progress that la being made In medicine is marvelous. A consider ation of recent advances Justifies the ' view that we are on the eve of discov - erie that will rob diseases ot : their terror and destructive nature. The ruth Into the medical ranks it not ex plained by its emoluments; It comes ' from the fascination of possible dis covery of that which-will aid human ity and secure to the investigator world-wld fame." . Dr. Neal discovered the antidote to alcoholic poison -which brings about the simplicity of 8 Days' Cure for "the curse of mankind; The cause is treated directly; Is 5 neutralizes j and eliminated. .Nature takes charge and proper functions are returned In three days. More time is not neces sary, it is fixed. N'o failures. A guarantee bond arjd contract is given each patient air-eeelr that the modern improved Seal iretm?B will effect a perfect cure in the in . !ilute or home in three days or re fund the money. It will be deemed a privilege to be ot service to you in any way. Write or call for Infortna- t'on. hook, and cepy of contract. The Neal Treatment is quite pleasant r -irt kwrn ou the patient Health the haunted glen Pat Makins' voice broke the silence ot night: "Look I look! fellows there's (he ghost over there." . Immediately tbe hats of the members of the ghost party arose from one to two inches - off ' their heads for sure enough, there was the ghost, tall as a mountain and flap ping his arms. Bang! bank? What the ghost shooting? Well if It did the Boys ean never tell. ' A mad race was made for town and it la reported that "Penny" Young was. the fastest foot racer. .' ' ' Jt has leaked out today that Mak ins and Porter bad It fixed out with Catcher Ehrgott to play the part of tbe ghost, but you cannot make the other members of the party believe Mr. Coulson said; '1 have had peo- Inla MmA'lA itiv Mnra anil tall ' ma they turned north and went clear to the convent before they realized that they were off the track. I have had j others tell me of getting lost in other parts, of Abilene. -Therefore, thought I would get In line with the, eastern people and start the three rings .system ' . . - Horses for Sale. . Good team of 1-year-old work horses, weight 1300 each.. Also set good double buggy harness and 2 seated carriage la good shape. All cheap. See E. E. Coulson. dftwtf Will Show Fine Stock. -The Fair Association Invited C. W. Lamer, one of the leading stock im porters and breeders of Central, Kansas to make an exhibit at the coming Fair. Mr. 'Lamer . lives in Salina, Kai., and has made a great success of the horse business. The directors think it will be a big draw ing card it Mr. Lamer can be induced to attend. . . , . , ASKS RECOUNT OF VOTES. , , L. Worley Files Contest In Regis, ter of Deeds Election, ... J. t. Worley today filed contett sr.lt against Mrs. Be'tha Anderson asking that there be a recount cf the vote on register ot deeds. He claims that ballots which . should have been counted for him were wrongfully thrown out. It will be heard before Probate Judge Ander son who will appoint two associate Justices. " At some time within 80 days the ballot will be recounted Worley was defeated by 10 votes, There never was a commuuitr that bow every business Institution in dldtft have a few fellows who knew town should run, but, they couldn't make a living for themselves. ; --v-jirji. ;;;'; We all love to meet a modest man, make dull, lifeless and colorless half beautiful and luxuriant; to cure all itching disease sof the scalp, or money back. ' 1 The price Is only 50 cents 'a large bottle. Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. - Back From Market. Miss Christine LaFollette Is back from a trip to Chicago, St. Louis and For Instance, there Is the dear soul Kansas City, where she has been pur- who will admit to you that bis mil- chasing millinery tor her model mil lionaire uncle way back East isn't llnery store. - While East she en- , Hill's Work In the World. A number ot men were crossing Montana In the smoking ear ot strain, The mercury waa above 100 and the wlndowa of the car. were closed to keen out the dust and sand. The country was barren and drear, with here and there along the railroad a cluster ot newly built and unpalnted bouses where James J. Hill, the path finder of the northwest, was establish.. Ing new towna. ' One passenger, s stranger In that section, Inquired: "What country Is this we are pass .ng through?" '" ' " "This," replied another, "is a see- , tlon of the universe which God over looked and Jim Hill Is trying to fin lh tha inh" ,. Publio - Sale worth a penny over tbtrty-flve thou sand dollars. ' . Tne other day I beard a young fel low say of his fother, "The old man is so-slow he's got way behind tbe procession" Now I will tell you why the old man is behind. He has had to work like, a slave for, years to keep his family from . starving. His load has gotten so heavy he has made all fired slow time. But when his load was heaviest and the road roughest this same son never as much as ef ferent the old man a lift. He never even ao much as kicked a stone out of the old man's way. ' He was busy putting stones In the old man's path I will sell at publio auction at my home mile north of Abilene on Buckeye, on . . '" .... u- . gaged Miss Mary Mason, of Balti more, Md for a trimmer and Miss Elizabeth Douglass of the Frankei- Frank millinery wholesale house at Kansas' City, as a designer. She aava the hats this fall are to be ex tremes. The stove pipe hat will ,, ".' ..., . iunw Tuesday, August 30, a feature, DON'T EXPERIMENT. Yon Will Make ao Mlsttke tt You Follow This Abilene Cltzen'e Advice. Never neglect your kidneys, If you have pain In the back, urin ary disorders, dizziness and nervous- way all the time. The old man tolled De "' tlm ct nd no tlme to on until bis back became bent and experiment These are all symptoms his muscles cramped anl his bones! of kidney trouble, and you should, Ing property: 4 head of Hones Bay family mare 12 years old, weight 1360 bred, gray1 horse 13 years old, weight 1800, brown mare 13 years old weight 1100, bay filly past 1 year old. 2 head of Cattle Two good milch cows. tbormith'f Intr-rsred. , No r.rppder- SCU. INSTITUTE OF KANSAS . 1 iv.--t Tmfi street, Ttrwka. t'r. F. TT. V ', ?;J!-s! I:--- ,r. " Tim Beat Hour of life a when you do some great deed or d Bcover tome wonderful f let. This hour came to J. R. Pitt, of R ky kit V. C. when he was suffering in'ense- !y, as he tays, "from tha )' "old ever fcnJ, I then proved my ffat satisfaction, what a wonderful Ooid and Cough cure Dr. King's New Disiuvery is. For. after taking one bottle, I waa entirely cured. You eu't jr SD?ii;':; tf.o food of a ed :e 1? tut" it I the surest sad twt . ..' !'' fjr d eeaeed lunga. !'" l:-a i. - Lar'ppe, Asthma.1 Hi .-. ris-T , Threat er I.nrt T-jsio - f 1 1 f 1. T-sl bottle free. 5Bfn t-f 1, M. c:e:tssr. Card-of Thank. . W desire to thank the many kind friends and neighbors who so kindly ussisted ns during the slckneu and death of our little son. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Korn. f ' . . , The Public Schools. The Abilene public schools, will open Monday, September 12. Through some mstake the date of September 14 hta been announced. Tbe superintendent Will be la the of fice at the high school building each afternoon from 2 p. tn. until S p. m. All persons desiring Information con cerning entrance or classification of pupils should call on him by phone or in person during those hours. Students from outside the territory of the city will be admitted to the high school en payment cf tbe re quired tuition fee of 12.00 pr month advance aa heretofore. W. A. PTACEY. ' IM-w-S -. , fuperrnJcsSsnt i stiff. He couldn't make any time. Tbe kid laid In bed -until be waa thoroughly rested and then got up and loafed and fished the whole day through. He waa the drag that held the old man back. He struck hie heels into the ground and pulled with all his might Had tbe old man done the proper thing and taken a club and whaied the life out ot his worthless boy and kicked bim oft the wagon, he would now be up with the procession. . But the sun Is In the west now and the hill awful steep. Farm Implements, Eto. Lumber wagon, spring wagon, t seek a remedy which is known to seaieo carnage, top nuggy, open cure the kidneys. I buggy, hay rack, good baggy pole. Doan'a Kidney Pills I tbe remedy Mccormick mower, i-sectlon narrow to use. No need to experiment It a ' cumvaior, n- Yoa may not know It, but if you can get Intimate enough with any lawyer he will tell you that at one time In hit younger days he was an agent - ' . , .. .. ; ; ji j I am getting somewhat tired ot the fellow who come around to tell me how much more he knows about what the country needs than Old Joe Cannon. Tbe same thing also ap plies to the fellow who knows more haa LaFollette. . : Jl JS, I have bn around quite a whtie, nt tlnroed If I rrer Mf a political haa cured many stubborn cases iu Abilene. Follow the advice of an Abilene citizen and be cured your self. - T. O. Adams, t0 West First street Abilene, Kas, rtys: "My .kid neys did not do their work properly end tbe secretions from theso organs not only passed too frequently, but contained sediment I suffered con stantly trob backache and when I arose In the morning, I was all tired out. Nothing had any effect on my trouble until I used Doan'a Kidney Pills. After taking them, my kid neys became normal and all my pains and aches disappeared. Other mem bers of my family have used TJoen's secnrity at tuaney nut ana in every msiiuvr, benefit has been received. I Jo not hesitate to publicly endorse this preparation." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. - Forter-Milhurn Co., Buffalo, New York, sol agents for the United States. , Remember tbe name Doan'a and take no other. - Inch stirring plow nearly new, walk Ing lister, 8-boveIed cultivator, single shovel plow, double set car riage harness good as new, double set work harness, set single har ness, grind stone. - . Also some alfalfa bay In barn, tome young chicken, 2 bee hive. some vinegar. Household Goods , And other article. - . Terms All sums of (10 and under cush; sums over (10 a credit of I months will be given on note with approved 10 per cent Interest; if paid when due only S per cent ,lr- terest will be charged. No propc-t' to be removed until settled for. lm per eent off for cash on sums c 110. henry mm J, N. Burton. Auctioneer.