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- DnTlcrc's Favorite Prescription it ll&eiYilt Women Strong. ' , 'J J 4s ... . Women ire. v.ry woa,a-,.,. ,. tntam .TDtom of biadiof lor 31 stamps. n kt Y Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, 1N.T. 1 a? Abilene Steam Laondry Psrfect Work. Reasonable Prices rt ionize home Industry. Pure Sand Springs water ueed and all work I uar nteed. Acenclea In all Dickinson county towns. ' J. R.'oOODWIIf, Proprietor. YmO.e v ' " '---- BI.Itl IU fcu . - 6F ITS CHIEF PRINCIPLES. pacited as they were of old. The hay . 1 . . . . . . . m8 cut ana anea wteni oeiur auu ... fed to the common herd, who with a The Classls or Kansas oi tne .nier- u Mem to lal Synod of the Reformer church ' . . -1 - ...flAAiinfii AAnuAnrinn ' n in CIOSCU B .uvno.u. w--ww- d f t convenUon. day night. The next meeting will ' -,0ther for the dux- . a. . 1 J . I- Tn1 i W" ' " " . W UCU The Percheron Stallion GEMISSEUR 59838 (69747) Will make the season of 1912 as follows: Monday noon at Talmage Jivwy barn; Monday night at J. W. Rumold's; Tuesday noon at A. H. Brechblll's; Tuesday night at J. E. Brechblll's; Wednesday noon at Wm. Page's; Wednesday night at E. Daniel's; from Thursday afternoon until Saturday afternoon at Geo. Dahnke's livery barn, Abilene. Gemisseur is a beautiful dapple gray, weighs ..oyer 2000' pounds in - CHAIRMAN rkTKUSOX TKLL8 AtSOl'T HODliEIN rwUTICS. In the Hod Dispatch, A. A. Peter son ohajTman oUh Republican cen tral committee, a Kbit vigorous comment on, modern pontics: Kansas Just now, is going mrougn a whirlwind politically, ad the boss busters are putting up the walls oi their fort so substantial that they seem to think can't be penetrated, shouting all the time "the time for bosse Is gone." But their motives do not seem to correspond, for their actions speak louder than words. Kansas at this time Is bossed in a way that has eclipsed all bossing so far attempted from the time of Its admission Into the Union to the nresent date. When a careful sur rey of conditions is made politically, you find that the main satellites that bossed Kansas In times gone by are I still In the fold, and the conventions J. B. Boon, or St. josepn. mo, haye mpped out Th, ogM, was elected president; L. L. Hassent- he teraDOr,rv flug. Hiawatha, state statet clerk; J. .rman thtt nermanent chairman. . .. . n ... rr TJ r B. mooiu, treasurer, neir pose of ratifying the things that the Brendle, corresponding secretary. the secretary, committee on creden enuie, i.unMi.wuUluS . committee on resolutions The Kansas Classls took ravorame wopA ., dflV. befor). th committee selecting the ' dele gates and the bosses have ever se action upon the question of church union. Its action was essentially this:- "The signs of the times are ed tfc B,g Foup The that there Is a Christianity coming geg, cna,man n th ,n hlg vest which will brook no aenorainauona. anm.wher unon his per barriers. While the time may not gQ no ha,t w,n be made ,n be ripe for organic union with the Droceedgg. Then the news Presbyterian church, we believe it is Qut to the wor,d (u people our duty to continue negotiations we' bosses are the people, when in fact the people -don't rule at all, they only endorse In herds, and the common people 'own the" line swallow the dope, simply because the Boss Doctor says "take It." You can't help yourself. Kansas seems to be a. common old thing. It Is carried arohnd In the vest pock ets of the bosses and handed, out until this desired end is consummat ed. We believe too. that such a union can most satisfactorily be brouKht about around a new state ment of faith to be formulated by a commission composed of repres entatives of both denominations." In the discussion which preceded the action of Classls several great principles were brought out. '.romlscuouslr to anyone who asks The. essential thing Is a union of . b , away redeemed ourselves, and when we 'It safe some new political prophet, the laity. In order to secure this end the laity must be educated for Union. nl,t Y,v the, nlrt cnnrrt. who al- Pamphlets and tracts are distri-'wayg wantg tQ be the rng gtartg buted to the leading members of ug out ggaln fln our charlty ml8Blon. both denominations Informing them gQ u gog frjm one bogg tQ Bnother of the status of the question. A new que8tlon ,g who do we want statement of the faitU seems to be to bogg ug? We are arrivmg at a necessitated by three conditions: poInt wher(J we want men not fan. 1. Every historical faith is con- We want braln8 not bluster, ditional and limited by the type of We want gtateBmen, not demagogues, niviifzntinn of the time in which the ... Kt i . . ... - wo wnnr 1 1 1 1 1 wilii k bliiici uvw- breeding condition. Won Tirst at faIth ha8 it8 origin. The conditions bone thaQ the fl8hworm tne man Kansas State Fair In 1909 and 1910 wnlch obtained In the reformation th cm get dj(Wa wltnmen. , JNa defeanr"rarge flM-of-ta4on --wre ran svmoathlze with you unleaa of Kansas and bordering states, in and the conditions of today are not fae hag had the game experlence you this stallion we nave me ow i 'ithose or tne reformation. 2. The substitution of one his- heron breeding. His sire Monjarett No. (47526) was by the greatest Percheron sire Besique. His dam, Morgot (61427) was by Theudis by Besiqhe, making Gemisseur an in Besique, making Gemiseeur an in more sought than ever before as it breeds on. The breeding and the torical faith for another eventually means the substitution of one his torical institution for another. Dem- have, who knows what it is' to earn his living by good old, hard knocks. The demagogue that gets out and hollers 'ten cent corn and three cent torical institution for another. Dem- nogg lg gnoutng tne galleries and ocracy cannot retain an aristocratic hniw,ln(r vou rot of the worgt kiml. form of government. 'Th,g fc,nd of poltlcg don't go in Kan- 3. Our age is characterized by a oia - n ,. pant rorn I OaOi 1V1 UV vs n wuv breeds on. The breeding ana tneinew world-vlew obtained through the . three cent h n0 matter what individuality of this grand stallion di8roveries of science and the re- his politics is. Human nature is the should be taken Into consideration BuUg 0f investigations along religious gam(j tfce word over for they alJ ihi intAlllfFRnt breeder in build- iinaa rinasiH Hiie-erpots that oreanlc . . ... .i. a "j - seem to gei an uiey cm, uuu io Ing his foundation for ita future , unjon pr0ceed along the line of a aH they get xtfe man that ,g crying horse business. Breeders should not restatement of the fundamental prln- let the rulei took this from be convinced by the stajlioneer of cipieg underlying the faith of the tQe man that gtirred this 'country cheep and inferior stallions who will two denominations in accordance frQm center t0 circumference po) make all kinds or accommoaauuus wltn the modern religious conscious- tlcally wll;h the fre and unlimited ness. A THOROUGH TEST. tlcally with the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of six teen to one, and Is trying to ride Into office on this supposed popular wave. Inltatlve and referendum are ! it , V. a IiIaqo nt anunA onfl Bnfa, firov One to Convince the Most Skeptical ernment, and when a man gets to the Reflector Reader. point that he has not enough confl- dence In 'himself as to his honesty, The test of time Is the test that ag a citizen, .with the only desire counts. 'of asking for a position, drawing the W. H. ansen, aumbuo, u ""i uoan s iviauey rum uio iuuuo salary ana letting you oo your own examined ana iouna 10 oe rarrwuj their reputation Dy eitecuve acuou. WOrK, is not wortny oi trusi tn tha Srilfl Books I Tl, to breeders white the breeder Is get ting nothing In return for his mon ey. There never was a time the good drafter sold for as much money as at the present time. Registry Certificate No. 79. This is to certify that the pedigree of the Pure Bred Stallion known as Gemisseur 59838 (69747) owned by W. H. Hansen, Abilene, has bch . . it nd duly recorded In the Stud Books .of the Percheron Society of America, j His breeding is as follows: Sire, Monjarett No. (47526). Dam, Mar got No. (61417) ; foaled May 3", 1906. Color, ' grey. Said stallion has been examined and found to be sound. Issued at the Kansas State Agri cultural College, Manhattan, Kan., this 1st day of February, 1910. , . ED. H. WEBSTER,. . Dean of Agriculture. TERMS f 20 for live .foal; 115 tor season, payable-July 1, 1912. Mares tried to horse will be held until July 1, 1912. Mares moved or disposed -of money becomes due. Care will be taken to avoid accidents; should any occur will be at owners risk. !', "17. II, HftllSEHM JOB KERKOVE. Groom. " , ' ' . CASTOR I A : lor Infents and CMlirea. " lb m Yea r.:;j AfnjJ Et Sears that Signature of as a The following case Is typical. nubile servant, and. ought to be rele- Abilene residents should be con- gated to the scrap pile of broken vlnced. 'down and worn out politicians. So The testimony is confirmed the Kansas goes, and we hope that when proof complete. . ... .r-n V.itf,S' . '"Oi,. v-ccccci-. :- 1 I I . v - - t , i y . . uv a Ford piece at a time just as cheap as yxwibir Jfl Ford agency you can see a eut.out chaHsis of the Ford nliowmg every 7 mi ., ..!,.. thnt ar shown at the Automo- casings and four new inner tubes for f7.00 anu " ' tenti'n to 8me or three times as long as on the heavy van e want to call j our attention to some parts prices and want you to compare them with the Bui A price j J.0 rouble to get a Buick parts book, but we have some part book 'iJSL ye o take ouf word, but will show you the parts book as published bj-the Buick Co. We will man you or the Buick dealer or .anybody else a parts k .lMifSlg IW wil give $1.00 a piece for a reasonable number of 1 nick part;. ar fave to Ileal S 28 29. You may have trouble to get them and in fact ou may have to steal Sem, but mail them to us and the first mail will bring you a check for $1.00. Ford piston complete $2.00. Get the Buick V'J$n tranSon caseassembly $15.00.. Get a price on the Buick assembly. . . We know the Buick fellows will put up a grand tad fi'lmt teyojto willing to back up any statement we iVo H nXtter mterial Imndreds of men you know who are using the toids. lew no "J1 . iroe Tinto any car and your own observation will prove tins to jou. It : tins .was noi fruo vou would not see' them wherever you go and always ready to go If the car material it is made good. you get it! Their warranty also does not cover if the car " "JfjTpii but if -lt dreds of dollars. A you tis aucstion. M i the gers and a few long necks. ' Abilene Kansas J. F. CROWE C. W. MORRISON - , 1 ' W ' ' ' ' ' " " """ i OPPOSED TO H. 8. STUDENTS DANCING AND SMOKING. Clay Center,' May 17. A commit tee of three ladies appeared before the Clay county high school board with a petition concerning dancing and smoking among the high school students. Concerning the same the fiinwine motion was made: Moved that we feel that the agitation that led to the circulating petition and to the sending or cards over u nmintv relating to smoking and dancing among the high school stu j.t. Wns unratified. We, mem bers of the' Clay county high school board wish to go on record as op posed to smoking and dancing, by students and will do u v . o all we can to eliminate the same, but as there has been so little of it the past school year we feel that the criticism was not Justinea. ine above motion was carried unanimously. Testimony like this cannot be ig- will be released by the probate court nored, (If he Is not recalled) and pronounc- Lucy A, Waters, 514 E. N. Sixth'ed Bane. Kansas will outlive this St., Abilene, Kan., says; ."For six again (Just a light case of blood poi Mon T anhlACt to attacks of mnn and hn this Is worked out kidney trouble. My back was' very 0f the system wUh some other kind . t ..... l j Jl.fl ..!! t-YiA ' m il.l 1 . .a all rrat tv. painiul auu uiii;mi mm iuo 0i poill.li.ai gerui, w wm mi e ters and tried a highly recommended ment is' soundly threshed, . "licked (o kidney medicine, but. pDtainea .. no a frazzle," and lt is going to oe aone, lasting benefit until I .used. Doan'f and nobody will be to blame but the Kidney Pills., They Improved, my. 'bosses T that are pushing the man with condition in every way and abt the big stick. .We are all citizens of . vmr man mi hen T affalri tMlk' thnm fhlm rnnifn. anil SOine times WC Ket the result-were of th' best. "; 1 have oaf ideas mixed, but we finally get previously endorsed' this1 renied'y and' oter' these differences. We take It at tlie'pfesent trm,.4I '''glfa-io fb'Vadted that ft platform puts conTirm mjr'lorms,)iaUineit' prfnclpTe in 'a candidate. This ; is a principal aU' the; platforms in 'the world won't make a man of him. Men are hot mads by platforms. Lincoln safd: Ton can fool some of the peo ple 'all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all the people all of the. time." A. A. PETERSON. STOMACHS REPAIRED. Gas, Heaviness, Sourness Vanishes In Five Minutes. For 'sale by ail dealers. Prfce W cents.. ;: Foster-MUburn . Co., Buffalo. NewVork, sole agent 'for tb. Tnlted States. . ..... ... . u. .: .. Remember - the . . name Doan's--and .take no other. ."I. suffered habitually from con stipation. Doan's Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that fh havM bMi rrutar Ter since." E. Davis. Grocer, Sulphur Springs, Texas. Do you know that the best stomachj prescription In the world is canea MI-O-NA. ' That lt Is put up In small tablets wlilch most people call MI-O-NA stomach tablets. Do you know that J. M. Gleissner guarantees MI-O-NA to banish Indi gestion or any upset condition of th stomach, or money back. MI-O-NA Is not a purgative, It 1 tntrmiiienta that clean, ren ovate and disinfect the stomach and bowels; lt puts strength ana energy ,v. .An,.h wall :so that la a short time, perfect digestion will, b .'regular thing. Fifty cents is.au to' nav for a large box ' J J. M. Glelssner's and druggists ev erywhere. ...'' Brlns? Tour poultry and eggs to Green Bros., corner Second and Mul- j berry. Highest market pric. Z7w Feel languid, weak, run downT Headache? Stomach "offr- A good remedy is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your druggist. Price $1.00 SUMMER TOURIST ROUND-TRIP FARES TO THE PACIFIC COAST W3 Abilene to California and North Pacific Coast Points , tfmmAhilene to California A waaa , one-way via North Pacific Coast Points Tickets on sale to California June 12 to 20; final return limit August 12; August 29 to September 6, final return limit October 31. Tickets on sale to , North Pacific Coast Points May 15, 16 and 17; final return limit July 15. May 27 and 28 and June 3 to 6; final return, limit July 27. June 27 to Jnljr 5; final return limit August 27. July .11 and 12; final return limit Sep tember 11. October 12, 14 and 15; final return limit November 15. , $70 Ticket on sale May 16, to 17; final return limit July 15. May 27 and 28 and June 8 to 6; final return limit July 27. June 12 to 26; final return limit August 12. June 27 to July 6; final return limit August 27. July 11-12; final return limit Sep tember 11. August 29 to September S j final return limit October SI. October 12, 14 and 15, final return limit November 15.- $60 : Tickets on sale June 1 to September 30, inclusive; final return limit October 81. $75 Tickets on sal kame dates with same limits as 1 80 far. From Abilene to California and North Pacific Coast Points . 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