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about ncorix. C. H. Cheney of Talmage fas In Abilene. '.,';: ' L. H. Long of Pucker u in town Tuesday. ' . . v. Mr. H. W. Hallet le!t for Kimm CJty after visiting with .Mrs. C, W. Clements, west or Abilene. ..' O. W. M)r of Hnpe in h town. " Mark Muaser end wife are up from Hope. .... 1 ' . ', Mary Meull of Hop 1 visiting la town. ' ' s 1 V Mist Mary Myer of Chapman la In town. . D. D. Drake of Mancbeeter was la Abilene. Ella Meull of Elmo is ahopplng la Abilene. Pat Kelly of Chapman waa in Abi lene today. Alexia and Ruth McBoyl of Acme re la town. John Higgins of-Solomon was la Abilene today. Mrs. 0. W. Kelly of Detroit Ja hopping In Abilene. Fern Sterner and Veeta Stauffer of Hope are In town. , . T. J. Fulton of Talmage la spend Ing the day la Abilene. Mr. and Mr. Me -Simpson of Manchester are in towa. L. H. Brandt of Ramona made a business trip : to Abilene. A. C. Diets of Chapman Is la towa on business this afternoon. Jessie Webber left for Sao City, Iowa, where she teaches this win ter In the Sac City College. A. Stroad of Longford made a business trip to Abilene today. John Koch and wife of Hope are Ttoltlng at the S. Shockey home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan of Kiles are In town this afternoon. Ethel McCuHough left for Au- burn, Kansas, where she will visit relatives. Wm. Nellis, who has been visit Ing In Abilene, returned today to bis home in Denver. H. S. Staatz and Wm. Schults of Woodbine were In town on busi ness at the court house. Harold Hawley of Herington was In town on his way to K. S. A. C. where he will enter echool. . Rev. J. ' H. Fetterolf , the new Lutheran pastor at Chapman, Is in town visiting with Rev. Mr. J3chrock. Hazel Heoy, Nannie Regnier and Katberlne Combe of Herington are attending . the teachers' meeting to day. -,; v' ' Mrs. , H. Sprung and daughter, Edith Irene, left for St. Joe, Mo., and Silver Lake. Kan., to visit rela tives. " Mies Esther Haskell left today for Ohio where she takes up a course of three year in a school for, trained nurses. Mrs). Maria Egle and aon re turned to their home at Harrlsburg, Pa., after looking after their inter Hli la north Dickinson. 8. B. Romla -, C. E. Romlne, J. W. Aker, W. R. Dunlap and . Mr. nd Mrs. A. Ooss left this morning for Los Angeles via the Santa F. J. B. Livingston has moved here from Jersey City, N. J., and Is re siding la the Davis bouse on West Third. He formerly lived in Kan saa and Is glad to get back. Mrs. J. M. Beeghley and children left for their home at White Cloud. Kan., after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Richard Waring. Her brother, Clarence Waring, returned with ber for a brief visit. Mr. and Mrs. George drier and family of Sheridan, Wyoming, who have been visiting their nncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meier, and other relatives, left to visit couslna near Marysvllle. Kan. Mrs. H. K. Humphrey and two daughters, Adelaide and Jean, will srrlve this month to spend the win ter with' Mrs. H.'s mother, Mra, John Johnts. They have spent the summer at Salem, Virginia. Senator Albert Stannard of Em poria la la Abilene this week visit ing old acquaintances here. Mr. Stannard lived near Hope for almost twenty years before moving to Lyon county where he was made one of the state senators. Park Blackwelder of Chapman Is in town. Mr. Blackwelder has 23 head of fine horses on his farm near Chapman and the disease which has been killing so many horses in the county Is all around him. None of bis horses have taken the disease yet but Mr. Blackwelder has a ner vous feeling that is pretty sure to stay with him until the disease K stamped out Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Myere re turned from an extended visit In Pennsylvania. Mr. Myers visited his old home the first time In forty years. There were only two peo ple In his old home town whom he recognized. While he was In the east he visited Gettysburg and sev eral other of the battlefields on which he fought during the Civil war. ETCEJrr ROTJXTIONa. Big 10 cent special on framed pictures at the Racket Saturday. Ild3twlt Quart fruit Jars per dosea 90c. Half gallons per dosen SO cent Drammer'a Racket Store. . wlZd3t M. A B. Peacock call attention to their opening announcement Sept. 13 and. 14, found elsewhere in this paper. Do. not fail to visit their store on these dates. Ild2tw John Gish baa sold his resi dence on North Kuney to Cecil Brooks for 12000. Wanted, married chore' man on farm, $35. 4 room house, gardea and milk. Wife to help at house work, extra pa. J. H. Taylor, R. F. D. No. 1, Chapmaa, Kan. . . 10d2twlt See the Racket'a window of fram ed pictures to be sold for a dime next Saturday. lldJtwl The Reflector force feasted on some fine peacbea today, brought in by W. T. Cough. They were of the Globe variety, yellow, very large and the best flavored the. force has sampled thla season. Big line of f2bats going at $1 this week. Brammer's racket store. . w!2d3t 1 pt. Dr. Blavner sooke this morning at the high school chapel exercises and the orchestra gave some special music to close the chap el exercise of the week. Chapel has been held every day this week. Here after It will be held only on Tues day and Friday mornings. Only 10 cents for those framed pictures at the Racket ' Saturday. Don't forget. Ild3twl New Trimmer at Eagle's. Miss Mabel Smith of Mississippi has taken a position as trlmmer for Miss Eaglo. She comes with very high recommendations. Be sure to call and have ber help to decide on what is becoming. Miss M. E. Eagle. Sdltwlt j t . . For Sale.' . My residence at 201 E. South 4th street, consisting of an 8 room house with bath, hot and cold water, sew er, furnace, electric lights, large barn and 14 lots. Cheap for quick sale. D. J. Eisenhower. 7d2tw2t 1 Small Grip Lost. On Enterprise road, Sept. 2. brown grip with name A. B. Neely, Min neapolis, Kan. Finder please leave at this office for $3 reward. . Sdtfwtf For Sale. Kharkof seed wheat. College in spected, . recleaned and graded, at $1.10 per bushel. C. W. Taylor. Pearl. Dickinson county, Kan. Tele phone 246 Abilene. , 29w4t In a fine burst of patriotism J. L. Brady,, Republican candidate .: for congress In the tSecond distrioaajs; "The Republicans of , Kansas - will vote for principle." Will, the Hon. Brady please explain how under the present condition of the ballot a Republican who believes in support ing the principles of the party and its nominee for president can do sot TTP-TO-DATE New Goods, Hev; Siyks, Key; Tiiinps Harry Litts is home from the world's greatest mark- ets where he ; bought the greatest assortmen t of ' goods he ever had. You will enjoy the new colors They are rich colors. ; Here are the colors, blue grays, purple stripes, tans, blue and brown stripe. You will like the shades: The price is about as last year. You know la bor is high. All woolens are about as they were last year. So you are all right and can go ahead. We want you to see our great assortment. We , know you will enjoy the new things. We csn make yoii a mlt to order if you wantons that way. ; ' Whea in 1 own don't fail to come in. f. in -i - t- ;-! J ' . t , a K 7 A-r ' V-i. f J ' 1 il M .J i ? p I i f lit n I .1 A. n 0 s-- i 1 n Ml il I n 1 y I 1 a t If I I - f 1 r 1 ) n If 1 J 1 ft '1 B ;' a I ! 0 j J 3 L J J 0 -a.- The best chance you will ever have to buy a new piece of Furniture at WHOLESALE COST $22.00 9x13 Axminster Rugs ' .,1 $10.25 $jo.oo 9x12 Brussels Rugs y. . - 13-75 15.009x12 Brussels Rugs . . 11-25 $10.00 9x12 Wool andv Fibre Rus ,. : 700 ' Everything will be marked in p'ain figures and at cost 1 price. .This sale , will not last more than two weeks as the prices we will make will clos them out in that time.- - . ; "''. . i ' ',. If our Tugs ton. out -and you want one with the furniture vou buy you can take . our catalogue, pick.it out at wholesale, cost as ioag. as the furmture lasts. . $0 00 Iron Beds r- r - 1 - '. $ 6-25 1600 25.75 18 25 - . 27.00 1590 23 25 .45 .25 $22 00 Brass Beds $38.00 China Closet 25.00 Dining Table 36.00 Buffet 21.00 B(ok Case 32 00 Kitchen Cabinet 65c Shades ... 35c Shades .. IN FACT, EVERYTHING WE HAVE GOES AT COST We have decided to close this st ck out to make room for office fixturei for our real estate business of which we sold $40,000 worth of real estate last month. These reasons show to you that we mean what we say. SPECIAL NOTICE: Any lady who wants only a carpet body Brussels or Wilton Rug of any size, can-select it from our catalogue at wholesale cost and fit as long as our furniture lasts. ' i . f I' POT irauu Jll r U3 u ABILENE KANSAS Eirst ' Door Boot : "IWciboinic : Tc'irapl BOY DANGEROUSLY HURT. Wagon Loaded With Wheat Runs Over Arm and Body. Charlie Hlzor, the ittle. H?e y ear-old . son of Harry Heizer, who lives in the 300 block on Fourth street, fell under a wagon heavily loaded with wheat last night and sustained injuries which may prove fatal. Charlie was playing near the Continental hotel when . a farmer passed with a load of wheat weigh ing 4200, and the boy climbed up on the brake to take a little ride. The brake turned and he waa thrown under the wagon. The hind wheel of the wagon passed over his upper arm, the lower part of the abdomen and crushed his foot. . The bone in his upper arm" was broken and pro truded through the flesh which was torn for three Inches. All the mus cles of the arm were torn out. The dangerous' bruise ' is in thie lower part of the abdomen where inter nal Injuries were inflicted. The wheel seemed to push the foot and it is badly mashed though no bones are broken. . - - . . ' The boy rested , eaey last night after his arm had been set and the wound sewed up and the doctors said this morning 'that he would re cover. -.. , 1 ' The boys have been In the habit of hanging on the sides of vehicles and It is a very dangerous business. There la a city ordinance against allowing boys to hang on the sides of wagons and automobiles and this ordinance should be rigidly enforced. Public - Sale Having sold my place and decided to quit farming and go to California the undersigned will sell at public auction at the place mile north of Detroit on ' . . v ; " Monday, Sept. 23 rd commencing at 1 o'clock pv '"fm:, sharp, the following property: S HEAD HORSES AND MULES Team black mares broke to all harness, S and 7 years old,'; weight about 1100 each. Team mules 3 and 4 years old, weight 2300, Bay horse 9 years old, weight 1100.' " ' :.. y 5 HEAD OF CATTLE Four head of choice milch cows, calf 3 months old. SO HEAD OF SHOATS FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. Riding lister grind stone, scoop board, good wagon, hay rack and SHIFTING SOU Real Estate Transfers Reported by J. E. Keel, Abstractor. Edward T. Asling et al to C. P. Meyers, n sw ; West Add Enterprise, $1400. X. B. Welch et uv to Nathaniel Welch, lots 110. 112, 114. 6th St., Solomon. $5. Wm. Kemp et nx to John R. Meiater ne 3-11-4. 113.500. L, B. Campbell et vx to J. E. Smith part iv if U 15-1J-2, $1. Jenafe Turoiff et vir to Mary Ewing to J. C. Smith sw 4 sw 15-13 - -2, 1500. Marlon CSrrart t Jcta V. Frn- wagon, 2 cultivators. Osborne disc mowing machines, riding plow, Su- tui1 wain tflwtll O 1. triple geared feed grinder, top bug gy, carriage, 2 sets work harness, one set good as new"; set double driving harness good .as new, good saddle. Most of the above machin ery has been used but two years.- Also hedge posts, slat corn crib, some millet hay, and about 75 bu. oats, . 10 0 .chickens. kf HOUSEHOLD GOODS Cook stove, oil stove, heater, car pets; bed room suits, table, chain, piano, couches and gther article too numerous to mention. ' TERMS All sums of $10 and un der cash; sums over $10 accredit of 9 months will be given on note with approved security at 10 per cent interest; if paid when due only 7 per cent interest will be charged.. No property to be removed . until settled for. " - . - iltUf V3i ';" " FREE LUNCH AT NOON ROBERT LONG J. N. BURTON, Auctioneer. yon aeon VeriT: 3L-ibw. P'oroa TO THE Gcpf. 20th to Oct. 1 0th Only $30.00 Only See Denver, The "Rockies", Salt taie City ' ". Most Liberal Stopovers. ' . Low round trip fares Sept ist to Sept. 30th to ColoraJj, Wjo.min, Utah, California, Oregon, Washington. Automatic Electric Block Safety Signals protect you til the way. i .- tj r ! ; "" i - i ! -if, rr- -If f r urr