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t 25c Suggestions for Easter in the Dry Goads Section New Automobile Linens, fully shrunk, , 36 inches wide,- yard, . 35c and 50c Fancy Ticking lor Porch Pillows, Laun dry Bags, etc., full line of colors, for Persian and French Lawns, especially suitable for Graduation Dresses, also x : 1 Allover Laces, Braids and Edgings , -for Trimmings, At All Prices Children's Gingham and Percale Dresses from 3 to 14 years. - , Ladies' L-ong Silk Gloves, all the lead ing shades. ; . . 1.00,125, 1.50 t $ t t $ Our Busy Baseinent-Everytliiisg 3 for ihc Home i When you can't find it anywhere else try Case's . - Basement New. Dishes Tinware Hardware J5 Combs -Toilet Articles " Sewing Machines Brushes , Books Stationery Pencils $ ; v v Come Down Carpet Sweepers Graniteware Ammonia and Everything - Easter Tine, Ken! Why Not a New Suit asd a flat? Closing Oat Prices In Our Clothing Room . We have 150 models of Men's Spring Suits, all good patterns, all sizes. All $25 Men's Suits s for . . 015.00 All $15 Men's Suits for . . 09.05 4.00 Stetson Hats for 1, . 3.00 Imperial Hats for . 1.25 Spring Shirts for : . Men's 15c Sox, 2 pair for . Men's 25c Sox. for . Men's $1.00 Fitz Overallrfor Men's 50c Work Shirts for 3.00 2.00 .90 .25 .21 .90 .45 Boys' Suits and Hats all at Slaughtered prices. Why Pay More Elsewhere? n v-. i mm K , ; r' I V f I .v 1 , Jtk J -Tr-.v..:-' ABILENE, KANSAS TAkK CARS 09 THEIB COLLARS. iwiy Care Will Keep the Hone Working Full Tina. Be that etch horse's collar l clean each moraine before putting It on. ' Prevention is worth the proverbial amount of ears and constats in eara- f uHy fitted collars. " " - : The as of pads U Urge! a matter ef t iioico.' W. aie mala ft a rule t j i - pads onlr with the tmaller sr, i I'gbter ' collara when used In l work. Called ehouMeri fre 5 y rwmlt from the use of a sw.-t so pad or on wet' In a he ram. " t .1 ("( of t"- tv"'''v, .1 a ' is ta.'. - r- lnf the flrrt few daa ot early aprinf work tougtieoa the akin, leaaeaa the aetloa of the aweat flanda la that region and clrea manr a faithful hone relief from the dally torture of a aora ahooMer. ' - Sore neck la aoraea la due aanallrJ to one or two eaaaea; a abort collar I or two feat welghta coupled with the aide motion aa noted la a two- wheeled vehicle. A horse can carry quite a fceavy weight oa the neck prorlded there la no jerking aidewlae. A Farmer. copy la ap to the naual Intereotlhf atandard ot Mr. Coburn'a re porta and will be forwarded poataga paid while the aupply iaata.. . H. W. AVERT, dw ; State Senator. Cobra Bienelal Kpt WakerWM. Kaa., April 10. I sh!l be pifaaed to iave the aamea of anr of the TweEty-Second t!e- t who dere a efrf of g.cr!ry - Eoraka School.' Report of district No. II for the month eadlnt March 14: Boys en rolled 10. tirla It. total tl. Those perfect la attendance were Leola Lay, Wanara Lay. Orate Kemechek. Hal Kytmsa. Oraca. Meary and Rodger rank. Ella Otaea. Emmerd aad Josephine Johnson. Tardy hut not abwnt, Mildred, Robert and Walter Lay. Not abeeat daring the year, Robert iy; aot tardy, Leola Lay. School closed Karrk 14. A 4inar aa !tea by tha isstr and friends of tha district after which a program was rendered by the pupils. A good sited crowd was la attendance. Lata T. Nemecheck teacher. ' " - Cara at Thaaka. We deslra to publicly express our sincere - thanks to tha many kind friends and neighbor! who assisted a by tbelr lor tog aenksa daring tha Illness and death of oar beloved wife and mother, Uo for the beautiful floral oftringa. S. Cas sat and family. Pleasant Vtew'a La Pay of Srbsot. At stxMit t o'clock between IS and ft ample were gathers at the school hoes. Between 1 a'oJotk and a good prc-grass r- dersd. . After the program lea cream and cake were served during which tha Pleasant View band played many aloe pieces. ' This proved to be a day of surprises. Ia tha first place tha pupOa and vial tors were sur mised br tha refreebments. Then the teacher, Mies Oraca Vaa Bcoyoc, having been thoroughly surprised by the band boys playing for them, was stS! further nrprised vhea oi found herself the recipient of a beaa- tifux dock from tha band boys aa a token of their appreciation for the aae of the echool house twice a week for practice daring the school term. AS appeared to 'have a good time. A good delivery or milk won cheap at the Abilene Carriage To ll.'v J. T. Thompeoa of Bariactoa, Bask- er aad StockBua. Heringtoa, April II. J. L. Thomp son, a well kaowa Kansas banker and stockman, died here Tuesday morning. Be baa been ia ill heaita for about seven months. Ml Thompeoa was at Ana time president of the First National bank of Heringtoa. Ha was a successful farmer and atockmaa aad owned considerable property la Central Kaaaaa, Be was a perfect type or the aroaoerous Kansas farmer. Be lived just outside of Heringtoa ia aa Immense country home. ri 1 11 il'