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i V 'CZr i.M.rK An aiertioa. nIa over the bumrt. .. w nor aloohol. - L. .HMtod rnit oath, .r mtam tee. nmwmmm yawauiai Thie tooio mubi ao elooboi to .brink p tho rod blood sorpiaUi 1 1 W , oa SwT tkoir -umber and th., beoom. rood.d hjlthr. T-.I K rtfluek to assimilate or take digestion end wring dy.pep.i,.trt-biira end -y wnoooi. a, .top woowiro tissue waste in oevalaaosoos f roa. I .vsr. thereby helping fortable eyaaptoi . '.rTtJi rofuM all " fcrtaagoad' Ih off.reTbr i. drI.rwho i. lookini for . P Noti w GoldeZ Maokl Dioor.ry will do you hall a. moch food. BRAKEMAN SHOT A BOY. Herlngton Man In Trouble at Con cordia. E. T. Kise, a Rock Island brake man running between Kansas City and Pbilllpsburg, shot and probably fatally wounded Don Kemp, a thirteen-year-old boy at Lebanon last Friday night. The'boy bad been to a ball game at one of the neighbor ing towns, It is said, and was. beat ing bis way back home. Kise had re peatedly put the boy off the tram, but Kemp Insisted on riding. Kise finally lost his temper, pulled a gun and shot the boy. .,-,' , ,, Kise was a resident of Herlngton until about a year ago when he was transferred 'to his present run; He had never been In . actual trouble while living here, but his acquaint ances say he was a man of high tem per and inclined to be a little quar relsome. He never mixed with the other railroad boys to any extent, seeming to prefer being alone. Kise is now being held in the Cloud county Jail at Concordia with out ball. Feeling against the man is at a high pitch, and mob violence was feared for a time. ' It Is reported that the Concordia authorities ap - pealed to other towns for help in protecting the prisoner. Herlngton Sun. ' UNION TOWNSHIP HAD ITS TIME TO KICK TODAY. From Thursdays Daily. This was kicking day for the tax payers of Union township who thought their properties had been assessed too high. HoweMer, Ithe ' . majority ,. of, the Unionites seemed 1 satisfied for only four taxpayer. Cr- tTom that township appeared before' ' the county commissioners who are sitting as a board of equalization, and registered complaints Dahlin-Martln. From Thursday'. DaUy Miss Rut hDahlin and H. A. Mar tin," both of Chanute, today were united in marriage at the court louse, Probate Judge Anderson of ficiating. ,: SEVERE BURNS CAUSED DEATH. Harry Bnrkholder Lost Life In An Explosion. woinviiifl June 7. Harry Burk- tinier owner of an automobile gar-: are here, lost his life last evening in a fire that completely destroyed the garage and seven automobiles. The fire started through the explosion of a gasoline vulcanlzer which Burk - bolder was using to repair a tire. jMThe flames immediately enveloped him and although his cries for help ' received an immediate response. The xplosion occurred about 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and death came at 9:30 the same night.. The explosion of the vulcanlzer filjed the garage with flames and it was Impossible to do anything fur ther than confine the fire to the one building. Seven automobiles which were kept in the building were burn " ed. .The total loss to the building and contents was placed at $8,000. George Burkholder, a brother, and Mrs. N. B. Martin, Price "and Ray Burkholder, cousins, of Abilene, went to Plalnvllle to attend the funeral. iK frns earsful mother, - wfcs w.tcb. Mt-ely thm physical poculi.riU. of her children, will , soon discover, that the moat Important thin In connection with a child's cotatant ood health I to kw . ths bowels . reulrly open. ElnsKtsn " bow.ls will b followed by lorn of appe tite, rtleanu durins aleep, Iratta feility and a dosea and one aimilar evl jim nt nhvaicsl dlaorder. At tbs nrat siga of such disorder glvsj . t.Mnriil of Dr. Cldwell'M Srrnp Pesaia at nlht oa retiring- and ,. Jlnmm the folio Win IT Bi.ht if! Tteeaaarvnoia thaa jUat wUl scaroelTi needed. Tea win n J?"P-V;r will recover Its accustomed .ood spirit. t one aad win sat ana iip ..f. tmi nrmedr Is a vast, improve met iHjl Urtie, , lwtie w'r i-4 r taia srUicli ars altog eutar; - Want? Heart or diazv feeling, appreneed breethlnl alter ysal. or their ye. baooraa blurred, their hrt is txtSMmtif Mlwg to Dump blood to ths remitiw,iMl th.y bvs old sads aJfart. or poof appsti s6.e.of weekeaad MPPr to ths etoiaech. A beart ton w ead .ltor.tivo.houW b-take, which he. do bad dt.Mff.ot. Such U Dr. P.sros's Golden Medioel Dieoovsry, whioh ooatain. so daalerou. sareouos up wo proper ' , MAKE YOUR OWN MORAL. . r.. m.n nimm Father sad Son Tried Out Mail Order . Two families In Saline cou&ty nave been cured of the mall order habit. .i,h,..h . f h-m had to swallow the medicine. NoT ".ery , . . f.tt. nA nn 07 buV a glne st;;; The father sent away for his stove, while the son bought o1 a local hardware "Then the father's stove arrived. and he tried to use it he found that it would not suit hi. purpose, and he was compelled to throw it away and buy a ew stove, although, it i hM,.M . . . Z bought in Sa. Una, and when he found as hi. father had dpne that the gasoline stove would not do the necessary work, he went to the hardware store where be had made his purchase and explained the situation. After taking off a. slight discount for the length of time the stove had been in use, the local store credited him with the difference on a steej range. In this case the father paid for two stoves to get one. while the son paia ror one stove ana ;got It. Sallna Journal. SALINA IS PLEASED WITH NEW AUTO FIRE WAGON. " 1 of the Central aurch at Topeka The new automoble fire truck at utn last week, announced some Saline was tried out Friday morning tme ag0 that he would never per and was not found wanting, for in form a marriage ceremony unless two minutes and 30 seconds from the brlde and gr00m had health cer the .time' the alarm sounded the hose tlflcates. At the meeting of the Con front the truck,' was playing a stream gregational conference at Great Bend of water on an Imaginary fire 1.2 two- weeks ago all the ministers of miles from the fire station. The the church adopted a resolution mak run ' was made' In good time and jng;jt a part of the rules of the probabfy the time on the road was church that no marriages would be not much more than , 60 seconds or performed unless the health certi a mile a minute from the station to fjcates were provided. Crawford and Santa Fe. Sallna. . Tne nrobate iudites have drafted Union. SMOKING AND GASOLINE MAKE A BAD MIXTIRK . .' . -. - J. S. Langshore, as state 611 In- spector, has had a great deal of ex- perlence with 1 gasoline and he de- clared yesterday it. was a constant surprise to him that a dozen auto- mobiles were not blown Into atoms every day. "The autoists don't begin to real- lze the-danger there Is In handling gasoline." said Mr. Longshore. "I see fellows getting their gas tanks filled while they stand nearby with .a lighted cigar. If t ever happens (that there Is. the right mixture of gasoline and air In front of that cigar ' stub the whole works Is going to blow up. i "Men who have their own garages should watch . every gasoline leak, There are times when the sudden op- ening of a door or a window tr, a garage where there Is a leak will cause an explosion. I know of one ( such explosion that wrecked four cars and the garage: There was no flre. The owner simply opened a door and let in a blast of wind.' Mrs. Bland Sues for Divorce. From Thuriday. Dailr l Today Mrs. Mary H. Bland filed suit in district court for a divorce from her husband, C. H. Bland, and asked for .the custody of their seven children She charges extreme cruel ty and abandonment too powerful for a child. Ths homes of ent. ' ., , , Mrs. b. B Jm'kS " is . high grade, scientific com er. aiw.r supplied with Dr. CaMr blnatlon that will put life lustre and w.uv syrup tpin, th beauty Into any hair the minute it a. with 4hoasnds of others, tBer 1. no .abaUtats for this rrand laxativa 1m applied. It U really mora thaa a UxaUvs, for It gcaip itch goes over nljht; dand conUina .uperlor tonic propertle. wbtca I . . . f.ti(nv hei to ton. and sirens-theo She atomaeh. Imff disappears; hair stops falling Hrer and bowels e tht .fter . brief an( the scafp becomes immaculately u. i$ twmdriowrw jc'ean and free from germ. Asrona wiahinc to tnak. a trial of this There's . delightful treat coming wTrtf YtVU&f&XTSZ . on kt tried S3i a iSJabottia (family )) PARISIAN Sage. Girl with Auburn &&&!&&Z&v. j -.-a CMdrnmi Jmbu oa a aoatal card wul oa. AtOOUCVll li. ' 1 " SCHOOL FHR EtKWJUYpilH . TO BU HELD IN KANSAS. .. Four-day schools In which to teach egg buyers how to detect good eggs from bad eggs wlll'be held in Kansas this summer. Expert candlers egg graders Hinder supervision of W. A. Llpplncott, professor of poultry husbandry at tbs Kansas Agricultural college will Instruct In these schools. Anyone who buys eggs may taks the work-in this school without charge. "We're going to Ihold these schools," said Professor Llpplncott. recently, "to, meet the demand for Information on candling that mer chants over the stats have been ask Ing for. It's common custom, now, to throw out eggs with black rot , They are quite easily detected from a .a. Saw rresn eggs, bui to can moss wuu blood rings, spots, or heated aid shrunken eggs Is not so easy. They often are passed by unnoticed. Those who attend these candling schools .win learn 10 ueiect uucon vuu. i standard of market eggs in this state will bt raised wonderfully when n(1n b.f omf more ener! " " svemuany win. fh "Arrangement, will be made so that everyone who attends one of tjese school, at the town which U ! t convenient for him will ave the exclusive atten Ion of an expert candler for otfe-half day. Four Zl i0 10 V ' T , Ju 29tt0KA"gU98t That at Atchison August 5 to 9. That ? "now, TZll will be needed to teach in these ools. It will be necessary for those who desire to attend to send in the r application, before July 1 In case there are more applicant, th.n c.nd- ler.. those applying Hirst will, of courBe' be accptcd- ' , PROBATE JUDGES' LAW FOR MEDICAL CERTIFICATES. Probate Judgeg 0f Kansas will agglgt the Congregalionai ministers of the tate ,n try,ng t0 get the next Kansas legislature to adopt a law requiring health certificates before a marriage license can be granted. The Rev. Charles M. Sheldon, pastor la bill that will be presented to the next legislature making health cer tificates a legal requirement so that'i the marriage of the unfit can be prevented. The' association of pro- bate judges is behind this proposi- tlon and will try to push It through the legislature. . D. A. McCahdless, probate judge of Sedwlck county, In a letter to a state official regarding the plan, said: Tne state association practically has completed the draft of the bill to be presented to the next leglsla- ture. It will be completed at our annual meeting. The ministers will not have to require or ask for a health certificate. It will be requir- ed before a license can be Issued, The procedure will be simple. Before applying for a license the couple 'contemplating marriage win go to, a reliable physician and be examined and the certificates will be brought to the office of the probate judge and filed with the application for a license. "The exactions of these certificate, will not be severe. They will call for statements regarding tubercu- losls, cancer and a ' few other dis- eases which tend to break down the general health or are regarded as loathsome or which may have a ten dency to : degeneracy." The marriage of epileptics Is pro- hibited In Kansas'at. the present time. LOVELY HAIR. Parisian Sage Immediately Banishes Dandruff, Stops Scalp Iitch and Makes the Hair Radiant . and Charming. PARISIAN Sage is not . dye it does not contain poisonous sugar of 'lead or anv other dangerous Inrred- hair on every carto. and bottle.. SO Mnti at Jm M Gleissners sad deal- rs everywhere. f 1 U w n r ssjdWanli THings to Make Ybu Comfortable in Ihc Warn. , , . Straw Hats in all shapes and kinds for men and boys from the 20c Harvest Hat to the $10 Panama. , Varxn Veatrier Clothes that keep you cool. Coats and Trousers in il j,the comfortable. i" UnderwearithtY union lo'rig short or no sleeves, ankle, th';ee quarter or knee length. SOc Grid Up il lJLliiVilu lJ)liuHy IJo A Full Line of .Working Clothes for Harvest MRS. TOLL GETS TO KEEP HER TWO GRANDCHILDREN. . From Thursday's Dullj l A temporary agreement was reach ed in probate court this afternoon in the case of Mrs. Maggie Toll against W. H. Baskervllle for the custody of Mr. Baskervllle's two minor chil dren, Albert aged 11 years and Ber nelle aged 7 years. Mr. Baskervllle Is to pay two dollars a week to Mrs. Toll for boarding the boys and be also must furnish them with clothes and school books. The case was first brought In Justice Qulnn's court. Mrs. Toll asked the county for money to support the children but was refused on the grounds that they had a father who was able to keep them. Mr. Baskervllle was willing to take the boys to his own home, but Mrs. Tqll told Judge Anderson he might Just as well cut out her heart as to take the children away from her. so the above agree ment .was, reached by both, parties. , ' Solomon Resident Dead. (J. C Barrett, Sr., died at his home af Solomon Tuesday evening after a lingelng illness. He was one of the pioneer residents of the vicinity. In 1867 John Barrett came to this vicinity and settled on a farm near Solomon on Buckeye ereek. He liv ed there until several years ago when he moved to Solomon and has been living with his daughter here. Besides the , daughter in Splomon two other children survive, Mrs. T. T. Sullivan, now of Sallna, and John Barrett of Saline county. Mr. Bar rett was 86 years old. He came to Kansas at the same time the first railroad did. 'Mr. Barrett was born in New York in 1826. The funeral will be held Friday, morning at 9 o'clock from the Church of the Im maculate Conception at Solomon. Interment will be made In the Catho lic cemetery at that place. Still Has Faith in Land. Mrs. Christina Killian who sold her farm near Chapman for f 4 1,000 this week clearing up 116,000, has bought the C. A. Stltesworth farm near Junction City. 160 acres, for $19,000.' On the first deal she In vested only $5000 above the mort gage and made a handsome profit. It will be interesting to see what happens this time. Fred Mart, made the new sale. Bring your poultry and eggs to Green Bro.., corner Second and Mul berry. Highest market price. 27wtf ' ' Death at Carlton. . Mrs. H. A. Jones died at her home at Carlton of heart failure last Thursday The funeral -wai tjbeld from the Presbyterian cbrfrch', which she was a membeY, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock; Rev. Wln'f gerd conducting the services Many beautiful flowers covered the cssket, the Ladies' Aid society and tte Sun day school class giving ' beautiful floral offerings. She was burled In ths Elmo cemetery by the side of two of her children. . Loss of Appetite is commonly gradual t ons dish after another is set sslde. - It is one of the first In dications that the system is running down, and there is nothing else so good for it s. Hood's Sarsaparilla the best of all tonic. Children Cry CAGTORIA V i mm Weather fabrics that are cool and or two piece in all kinds the Suit CAPTAIN H. P. SILVER IS , NEW COADJUTOR BISHOP. Topeka, June 6. Captain Horace Percy Silver, secretary of the mis sionary department of the southwest, was elected coadjutor bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Kansas yester day afternoon at the diocesan con vention In Grace cathedral. Eight ballots were necessary to make the selection, the final vote of the clergy standing 21 for Captain Silver as against 9 for the Rev. Percy T. Fenn of Wichita, the total necessary be ing 17 votes. The bishop-elect re ceived 86 lay votes, and the Rev. Mr. Fenn, received 16, with 30 nec essary to election. This election be fore it becomes final must be voted upon by the various standing com mittees, and then by the house of bishops of the United States of which there are 103 members. Bishop Silver has a pleasing per sonality and is a fine speaker. He has been in Abilene several times' and has many friends here who are glad to hear of bis successful elec tion. H. J. Hodge and C. P. Snyder at tended the convention as delegates of the Episcopal church from Abi lene. SOLOMON MAN LOMT THREE , STALLIONS WORTH 94.200. Geo, Cryderman met up with an other bunch of hard luck last Sat urday moaning when bis big Per cheron stallion died, says the Solo mon Tribune. The horse was a val uable one, "George having paid $1200 for him. In the last 11 months Mr. Cryder man has lost three stallions, the cause of" death in each case being apparently the same. Each of the horses was sick only a few hours and all showed the same symptoms. These three horses cost $4200 and there was no Insurance on any of them. The real cause of their death Is a mystery. I want fat stock to butcher for my meat market. Phone 234. . M. E. Dederlck. 16dtf Degree for Rev. E. E. Stauffer. Midland College, Atchison, ; has conferred upon Rev. E. E. Stauffer, Lawrence, the degree of Doctor . of Divinity. His friends here are agreed that It is an honor worthily be stowed. Mr. Stauffer Is an indus trious, painstaking student and wllj seek to prove himself worthy of the distinction. Life. The poet's exclamation: ' O Life? I feel thee bounding la my veins," Is . joyous one. Person, that can rarely or never make it, In honesty to themselves, are among the most unfortunate. They do not live, tut exist; for to live Implies more than to be. To live Is to be well and strong to arise feeling equal to the ordinary duties of the day, and to retire not overcome by them to feel life bounding in the veins. A medi cine that has made thousands of people, men and women, well and strong, has accomplished a great work, bestowing the richest bless ings, and that medicine is Hood's Sar saparilla. The weak, run-down, or debilitated, from any cause, should not fail to take it.. It builds up the whole system, changes existence into life, and makes life more abounding. We are glad to say these words In its favor to the readers of our col :. - f- SMIMIiU I I- 1 f I 17. II, EICIiOLTZ CO UNDERTAKERS The Same Careful atten tion that has been given to the Eicholtz business for the past thirty-nine years. H. K. EICHOLTZ. H. H. EICHOLTZ. PtC Liosnsed Embalmers Abilene Kansas S. STEELSMITII, II- D. 8URGEON GYNECOLOGIST A2U , OCULIST 4 ABILENE, KANSAS. fa .'...'.. .., Practice limited to Surg.ry, Surg teal Dlaea.e.. Dl.e.ne. of Women and Dlm ..... of tb. By.. T. R. C0NKL1N, M D.h Specialties ' ,; - surgery, Gynecology and ConsuliaOow Asa. Phont I. Of fie. f. Over Loyd's Orocsry Store. atilAI bia if.nt to (JUKI Ml poor bort-vofl your of IhorN Awful Hnrolctsw, Hon MbvulUtiv Of ColUr J ri-ll. ,. uurilnMlllia tail Ml bai oi . ! ."jaaillA If vutl ffUMB b A t- MAI DMf? Tla ..Ml V ami. n '.M. AT hHlL Dranlrtiorbr mull, W-Wo. Trl.l tot 4o Inm Balino 0 ilm Co., fct. A. AMIw, K. 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