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iay that I ' have need Sloan' Linl-'" ment on a 8 I",1.,"1.! "T lame kg that hu given me much troable tor six monthi. Itvwa so Bad that I couldn't walk sometime for a j. week, -l.trled. doctors', medians - and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I ? - heard of, but they all did me no v ; , good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two ( weeks my leg was well." A. U; i Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. -- '' f ' Good for Athletes. . ' 1 Mr. K, Oilman, instructor of, athletics, 417 Warren St., Ron- . bury, Mass., says . I have used SIOM'S LlNir-lEMT with great success to cases of ex treme fatigue after physical exer 1 tion, when an ordinary rub-down ' would not make any impression." . ,( Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a . remedy (or Rheu matism, Neural gia or any pain or stiffness in the " - muscles or joints. Wpei,25oB0o.1.00. ' Sloan's bMk on j lones, cattle, ibMP and poultry lent . fiM. Addreas . . Dr. Earl 8. Sloan, loifan, Haas., V.S.A. V. H. EiCHOLTZ CO UNDERTAKERS The Same Careful atten tf in that has been given to the Etcholti business for the past thirty-nine years. H. K. EICHOLTZ. H. H. EiCHOLTZ. .-',:.".' UoensecUEnibalmars Abilene Kansas (First published In Abilene Weekly Reflector April , iim NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS. In the District Court of Dickinson county, Kansas. - " CARRIE M. ROSE, Plaintiff . vs. 1 ' ' i WILL E ROSE and PEARL M. ROSE Defendants. No. 6088. To Will E. Rose and Pearl M. Rose, of parts unknown: You are heerby notified that yon v... u.n noH bv the nlaintlff. Car- Tie M. Rose, by her petition filed in said court on tne si si nay 01 mmw -1)11, In which she praya Judgment against you In the sum of 8400 with Interest on 8300 at six per cent from May 15, 110, and interest on 8100 at ten per cent from December 16, 1910; that plaintiff has caused an order of attachment to be issued out .of said court and levied upon your undivided one-eighteenth interest in the following described real estate, to-witt Commencing at the north west corner of lot four (4) In Le bold's addition to the city of Abilene. Kansas, thence east to the center of the channel of Mud Creek, thence down the center of the channel of Mud Creek to a point where the cen ter of said channel Intersects the west line of lot eight (8) In Le oold's addition -sto the city of Abi lene, Kansas, thence south to the north line of Lebold's Second addi tion to the city of Abilene, theno west four hundred forty-two and i-6 (441 and -) feet to the southeast corner of the Dickinson County Fair grounds, thence north to the place of beginning. ... Ton are further notified that you mast answer the petition filed in said case by the 18th day of May, ltll. or said petition will be taken as true and Judgment as above de- l.j W. m.i4 ri iMiHrf ma and said ml estate will he ordered sold and lae piwf-ds thereof so piled to the payment of said Judg ment, , , Clerk of th District Court. rr"?vl ffm r OORB HrMPF'RFY. Attorneys for liajstlff. k .i...J l .! I tk An Interesting Article Containing by Albert Dckens, Horticulturist at the Kansas State ; : 1 Experiment StationWhen,; How and - 1 , ' -i" - What to Spray for. IN prepaMnf to produce first class apples the coming season the or ehardlst must remember the con ditions of preceding yean and be able to answer the Question, what faults did my apples hays last year.. .Were the apples checked in growth by rea son of the trees being defoliated in early season f ; The answer must be canker worms or caterpillars. Did the appes drop almost continuously from the time they 'were as large as walnuts throughout ' the season, and upon examination was each apple found to cbntaoln a worm or traces of its work? .The answer is Codling moth. Were the apples 'disfigured by sunken spotswhich as the apple rip ened, became hard and leathery? The Gas-Engine Sprayer at The answer Is fungus. The particular species of fungus is a harder matter to determine, but It is a safe guess, If the Misourl Pip pins were so badly affected - that the large proportion of them was doomed to the cull pue, that apple blotch was the cause. With the troubles diag nosed the prescription may be given. Sprays foe Insect . If canker worms were particularly, numerous last year, a good spray con taining arsenate of lead, three pounds to fifty gallons of water, should be giv en aa soon as the cluster cups open, that is, before the butts show any pink. If the trouble Is Codling moth, the best prescription Is arsenate of lead, two pounds to fifty gallons of wster, Just aa the petals fall; another appli cation In three weeks. If the number of drops is very great, another spray application In ten weeks. . , - Spraya for Fungi. For the fungus trouble of all va rieties, except Missouri Pippin, lime sulphur solution has been successful. One and one-half gallons of commer cial lime-sulphur solution to fifty gal ions of water, has semed safe and sufficient for orchards that have been badly Infested With fungus troubles, before the buda open an ap plication of lime-sulphur Is good treat ment The solution used should con sist of one gallon of the commercial brand to eleven gallons of water; or; the home made mixture, consisting of twenty pounds of lime and fifteen' "Apple Scab. A. Scab Spot pounds of sulphur cooked for one hour with sufficient wster added to make fifty gallons, is also good treatment In orchards to whioh Baa Jose scale Is suspected or I sows the above ap pUcatioa Is essential. The Ume-sul phur compound Is much more easily handled than Is the Bordeau mixture, but for siious Infestations of apple blotch tbe Urns-sulphur has not proved a certain mean ef control. For this blotch, which Is particularly prevalent spoa tbe ejtsoar! Pippin, applications of Bordeaa mixture Is the only knows means of control. For this purpose, three pooeds of copper snlphata, three possds of caick Use. to tfty gallons '1 i i - - - - - si 8 9 iuiiivik) wb Valuable Suggestions to Orchardists of water Is used. The mixture must be tested with litmus paper, or means of potassium terrocysnlde; the mixture turns blue litmus paper red, add more lime; and If it turns drop of potassium terrocyanlde brown, add more lime. For orchards that are badly Infested with blotch, four appli cations of Bordeau mixture seems to be essential. . . Combination Sprays. ' S. The sprays for the fungus diseases may be combined with the spray for insect enemies if both are needed; and in most old orchards this is the case, in any orchard one or two applies- tions of a fungicide is profitable In surance for the future health , and vigor of the orchard. Work. Photo by C. V. Holslngsr). Care should always be exercised in handling these materials not to bring them directly in contact with the flesh. ' ' J' Preparation of Spraya, One of the essentials is an abund ant aupply "of water and convenient tanks or barrels for combining the mixtures. ' To make good Bordeaux mixture the 11ms .-should be slacked and the copper sulphate dissolved previous to the time of making the mixture. Fifty pounds of copper sul phate suspended in fifty galons of water- will be dissolved in a short time, giving a stock solution that Is convenient to calculate. Bordeaux Blotch en Missouri Pippins. A. Blotch. mixture Is one of the best fungicides, but considerable Injury has been caused by burning of the fruit when rain fell soon . after the appllcatloa of the spray. It Is hardly necessary to say that If the forecast is for rain. spraying operations should be de layed until settled weather la prob able. - Spraying Machinery. The machinery tor applications must be adjusted to the else of the orchard. ' Twr good men with a hand- pump and a convenient supply of water can spray fifty or more trees par dsy according to the sise of the tree. A tree fifteen to twenty years old, capable of producing tea to fif teen bushels of ichoiee apple, will re quire from fire to eight gallons of spray mixture. A good band-pump mounted oa barrel fully equipped with hose connections and Bossies, will cost from 8K to 820. There are cheaper pumps and many of them will do good work for a few seasons. A first class pump should have brass working parts end connections. - The chief difficulty la the Improve ment of wheat la not discovering a method tor betterment, but to get every maa to do what he knows to be necessary to bring about this condi tion. If yon kavw aa acre near a town or dty, why not make fSOO from it? This eaa easily be done by growing aead Mtoce. The draiaad for It always Is equal to the caps ir. '".'rt!T TKKI4 TO WOKit " County Jail Iaraatoa Oaa Be Tjsed oa :..' -the Roads. - " After about the tint of June Dick inson county will not be compelled, to feed Its prisoners and get nothing In return. The county may won them oa the county roads or on other work in the county or contract with; the warden of the itate penitentiary for their use at that Institution.! The legislature enacted a law giv ing the counties authority to uae all county prisoners on county work wherever necessary and giving them authority to place ball and chain oa them If they refused to "stand hitched" without it. The second sec tion of this law glvea the county authorities the right to contract with the warden of the penitentiary to work the prisoners" at that Institu tion. The house struck out the, lat ter provision of the bill but the per- fected law shows It In and Warden Codding Intends to avail himself Of It. ; I This law will not apply to prison- era convicted and sentenced before it goes Into effect., It will apply only, to'those who are convicted and sen tenced to county Jails after the law is published. - f requently persons who money get .aw county ,... uu .. iua, tuq limit yviBun vi lm wmv- . i , . . . , to be worked under the warden will, start a test case. ,' It Is likely that the constitutionality of this new law will be tested before the summer la over. Warden Codding regrets that t"6, law Is not now in effect. RIVER BRETHREN HOLDING SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE Interesting Session Meets at Church on North Buckeye. : The annual state meeting of the Brethren In Christ is in session at the church on North Buckeye. Yes- inherently, instlnslcally great-gruat terday was devoted to Sunday School j for what -they are rather than for Interests. The attendance was thewbt they know. And this he did largest in the history of the county, j without minimising 'in the least the And in a program of unusual excell-j importance of mastering tbe subject ence every speaker made careful . matter, nor the need, on the purt preparation and responded In person ct the teacher, of a knowledgo of The evenlna- session was devoted to a service of song conducted by, MIrb Edith Hoffman and to two ad- drea. one bv Elder J. N. Engle on "Sunday schools as we saw them abroad" and the closing number by W. D. Stem on "Work Among the j.-. i.m n,k nf Hone ore- sided ' ' " The annual accumulation of busl- . . .. . ..u ness Is unuer consiaersuon. . uiusm M. O. Engle and J. N. Engle are . h. ..iNinn Th. r.. Hoffman and o.mn n.h.imn r the secre- ' tarles. NEW PASTOR IS HERE. , Rev. Dr. Balch Will Fill Methodist Pulpit Sunday. Rv. William M. Balch Ph. D., appointed pastor of Abilene M. E. church arriving last evening and will preach Sunday. He has been for some years past well known in his denomination aa general secretory of the- Methodist Federation for Social, Service and as a member ot two general conferences ot tbe church. ut. Balch has been for many years in the ministry in the state of Ne- braska, having been pastor at Lin- mln and other cities In that state. More recently he has been .pastor at Dover. N. H. His earlier life was Cole, Mrs. H. B. Taylor, Mrs. w. n, passed In Wisconsin and he Is a'Schrock, Miss Josephine Campbell, graduate of the university of that state. Mrs. Balch ana ramiiy arrive In about two weeks. sill THE WEARY WAY. Dally Becoming Lees Wearisome to Many la Abilene. With a back that aches all day, With rest disturbed at night, Annoying urinary disorders, 'Tis a weary way, Indeed. Doaa's Kidney PI He drive weari ness away. Are endorsed by Abilene cltliens.Deg0i California: "Tbe Reflector Mr. Emma Howland, 1111 W. u swari looked forward to as a First street, Abilene, Kan., says: My back ached constantly and the least exertion caused sharp pains In Der( u ,ual. It would be difficult my loin. I had headaches and dltxy to ur WDCh aeasoa Is the most de epen, was nervous and waa bothered ,.Dtrui . winters warm, summers Beat deal by a kidney weaaness.- Seeing Doaa's Kidney Pills saver-, td ,utumB and yet there Is a warm Used, I decided to give them a trial (poi lD 7 heart for dear old Kan and procured a box at C. 7. North-' craft Co.'s drag store. Before long was relieved and my kidneys were restored to their aormal eo.dltlon. la ll, l gave a puuiio toning of my experience, for the bea- fit ot otter kidney .offeror, and thl. Urns I heartily confirm it For sale by all dealers. Price Fwisr-Mnbara CO.. vornaw, New York, so MU for the Cited, States. KmsiBSr in 4 tak a other. - A sr. at'' Pacing record t:UM, trial-trotting Mi. Will make a full season at the fair grounds Ray Star Is the fastest and best gaited horse in the county today. After all bis hard racing ha la as sound as a pew dollar. Read his license certificate below. Kansas State live Stock Regtatrr Board. Certificate No, 80. This Is to certify that the pedigree of the Pure Bred stallion known as Ray Star 17848 owned by Hockenamtth Bros., Abilene, Kan.; has been examined and found to be correctly and duly re corded la tbe atud books of the American Trotting Register. His breeding Is aa follows: Sire, Rayon 8888J. Dam, Prairie ' Nellie by Prairie Star 2884. Poaled 1908, Color, black, star, bind Said stallion has been examined and found to be sound. , Issued at the Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kansas, this 6th day of January, 1910. " V 1 EDl H. WEBSTER, Dean of Agriculture. Fox particulars see BERT HOCKEfJSniTH I i , Abilene, . ,Da t ; ; gcu00I( COURSE THE BEST Sunt, Heusner of Junction Vnf Have 1 ' " . , Excellent Lecture. - From Saturday's Daily ! The concluding , number of tbe Sunday School Lecture course was given at the Presbyterian church last night. Prof. W. S. Heusner set forth some of the out-standing aspects ot modern psychology and pedagogy b t I thinks that we have not yet reached u'tlmate conclusions either as to the I science or the method or leacning. With forceful Illustrations the spoak- or set forth the great truth that great teachers are great because they are the Jaws oi tne mina. ino .wnunce went home with an enlarged appre- ciauon oi me spinv am. pjiwuuv of the true teacher whether in pub ,11 ool or in the Sunday school r In PWt- Borne declared it beBt "nbr ot ntl" erle v-hlcn wouio oe nign nonor, inueeu, I ' ' It was announced on behalf of the committee naving tne ..nHu m Miara-n that after all obligations were -v -- -- a balance of about 870 remains 1. 11.. 1...M..MW Tl fail HMI " " the recommendation of the commit- I . J aa.. , 11m TO LOO ftUU UrVB WIV lUUllUll VI 111. ... S. Anderson, to retain a good half of this -balance, and-to spend tbe rest in adding to the Sunday school shelf of the public library and for the publication, If found feasible. of President Smith's superb address on "The Literary Excellence ot the Bible." . , ''.-. The Presbyterian' ladles' quartette rendered several choice selections. prayer was offered by Rev, Mr. Balch at the opening and by W. D. Stem In closing. Prof. Heusner remained In the city calling on friends this morning and 'returned to bis home at noon today. There Is universal satisfaction over the outcome of the course financially also in point of patronage and In tbe 'hlffh quality of the numbers. The committee consisting of Rev, C. A. Raymond EShelman, P. L. Gross and P. O. Hoffman was given full autu orlty to provide some form , of In struction for next year. To Refurnish V. P. Hotel. C. T. Estes went to Omaha today to take the measurement of the rooms ot the Union Pacific hotel to the head offices of that road. The company will buy carpet to fit the measurements. The Call of Kansas. O. W. Stewart writea from San ...... (rom Bom(. We would be lo,t without It. Weather is fine t vitk lutl4 change for spring . . . . LTOSar; . -,n(.B dekness. Keep your now- ele regular madam, and yo will WJ? , - M u w ,,lmp, thinxa, It may lead to serious roaaMseare. ature orten s BtU. "1. I tala'a Tablets are sivea at the first Indicatioa. mack diatree sad satfer- nf Bty dealer. avoided. aoid T mi G ii All Kansas INSURE In th Kansas Farmers Mutusl Insurance Assoclstlon of Up land, Kansas, Th company that., gives th farmer lnuran at tost. , Keep your surplus money In Kansas and in your own pocket by Insuring with us. ':".: NICHOLS & HOWARD '.'4 '.Agents,' :. -'V:; -,-?, Abilene, Kansas. M00RE & HUMPHREY ; Attorneys at Law ' Practlcs In all courts. , : Fir insurance written on farm and city property. Real Estate. Several residences from f 1000 to $4500 for sal. Also a tin bottom farm near Abilene. W, T. TRIPLET!", D. D. S. DENTIST Over Case's Store , PAINLESS EXTRACTING T. R. CONKLIN, M, D. ' ' Specialties Surgery, Gynecology and Coneultatloaj Res. Phoa1. - Offlo S Over Loyd's Grocery Stor. S- STEELSMITH, M. D. SURGEON GYNECOLOGIST AND OCVUST ABtLKND, KANSAS Wnattaa Ilmltad to iirnn. Surcloal Dlaaaass, Dlasaaaa of Women and Dls saaes of tha By. The Fine Imported Jack Black Smoho Th big Imported Jack No. Ill will make the season ot ltll at his bom barn on and on quarter mil south of Acme. Black Smoke was Imported from Catajona, Spain. , H stands 164 hands and Is ths boy that shows ths good ones.. I bav hi mules to show you. Come and see. TERMS )10 to Insure a colt to stand end suck. Car wi'l be taken to prevent accidents hut will aot - be responsible should sny occur. W. H. REDflOD, Owner CATARRH HAY FEVER ELY'S CRZAM DALF.1 eivss aikisp r oaos. It 1 1fnn.ru aoothM. heals and oroteets th diaaaifd mambnne reanltiog trom Oatarrh and drlrea away a Cold ia the Head onick ly. lUatoras th Smosss ef TaaU and SmaU. It hi esey to wa. Costaios Bo u)urinaa drags, f) BMrcury, ao soeaia Bo met fhia. m hooaehoM nmady. rm, u cania a imsgmm or ny m. CT IflSTKUIt, If Wwrss St, Maw Tart. ' lijj 'VW