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jilfuES i TllfTS ; Funeral Director and v Embalmer (a A. MeKTIXIP, Aaaiittant) ; 8Utt License No. T9I Carry at all timet ia atoct a com plete line of fun-rl supplies. W ask you when la need of. or assistance to call. Phone No. 119. Nights and Sunda, S44. J. A. TUFTS I GCODELL'S I Jcwclcry Store FOR YOUR Diamonds, Watches, ' Clocks, Jewelery, C. A. Hodee. who returned Bun- day from a stay la Denver, did some goods roada boosting while there. He met with the good roada section of the chamber of commerce and saw aeveral of the men who made , the trip through thla city lait aprlng. "They were talking about the road leading Into Denver," aald Mr. Hodge today, "and I told them a few things.: The road from Llmon to Denver la In very bad condition and ia not marked. While the people have apent aome money on it travel j is practically diverted to Colorado Springe. I called the committee's at tention to the fact that the Golden 1 Belt Road association baa brought a great deal of travel across thla sec- tlon of Kansae on the direct road to 3 1 Denver Instead of allowing it to go to the Santa Fa trail, yet by neglect ing the road into Denver that city ia losing the bulk of thla travel. They admitted all I aald but aald tbey had decided to apend no more money this fall became a few farm ers along the route In eastern Col orado will not contribute. Thla ia childish, as the farmera have far less Interest in this travel than does Denver. They aald that in roe spring they might fix up this road, which will take several thousand dollars. It seems strange mat auer the Kansas people have established and marked a route across the state LsMaaw ' a : i I IS H i-' 1 I A i LmbjbMK i:0TIGE Horso arid Hog Lion: It Is Within Your Power Quick Action Will Do It , By the Sterlizing Method. ; . D WITH Destroyer Moat powerful Disease Germ known to aclence. w ' t v. .n Non-poisonous to man or beast, but ten times stronger than pure Carbolic Acid. Clean. Colorless. Odorless. Cheap. , One gallon of Ba-Ul-Kil makea two brr'B of dilution atrong enough to destroy tne most virulent Germs ot Disease. . Begin use immediately and you can pro tect the well horses and stop the disease In those In first stage. . Bacill-Kll ia another of tho wonders or electricity. It Is made by subjecting several harmless materlala to heavy. Intermittent charges of electricity, their union rerulting in a transparent fluid wonderfully destruc tive to every form ot dlseaae. yet perfectly harmless to human or animal life. . Given in the anlmal'e drinking water and soaking the old hay in a dilution M It puriflea them, and deatroya any Die-, ease Germ contained in them. It also destroys in the mouths. throaU and digestive tracU any germa of Disease lodged therein. IUia also toning and Invigorating to the system. May leo be given hypodcrmlcaliy. . j Br our method of Introducing it into the nostrils of horsca it is gaaifled and thla pow erful gas penetratti every passage In tho head, destroying Instantly the Disease Germa lodged) there. t . . Sprayed aa a disinfectant throughout barna and yards, tanks and water pools, it Sterilises Purifies and Destroya every Dis ease Germ it cornea In contact with. It Will Protect Vour HOGS ALSO THKItK'g A REASON IT KILLS THE D1SKAKK UKIIMH. Read what a large farmer in oar home state says about feeding it to hla hoge. They were all sick, too, before he began. Tllden Farina Delaven, Wis., July 12, 1912. General Purification Company, Madison, Wla. Gentlemen: We are surprised and gratified to be able to report so soon that our herd of bogs which were badly afflicted and dying witn Swine Plague are completely recovered, through the use of your Bacill-Kll Sterilizing Method. We began treatment according to your dlrectlona about three weeks ago. All are now well, atrong on their feed and gain ing back their flesh. We only lost twelve head after they all got It Into them. You cer tainly understand your business. We con gratulate the breeders of this country, that you are able to do auch thorough work in stamping out diseases of live atock. Wa feel that our Investment In hogs is now safe. Enclosed find check to cover your bill. I also saved a cow last week that was bloated. I used the Bacill-Kll and fresh milk according to the directions In your calf book. It acted immediately. Please send me another S gal lons of Bacllt-KH for my cow barns. ' ' TILDEN FARMS By K. J. Schults. Supt. .Full Information for treatment ot Horse Dle-easo and Hog Cholera ia In bands ot ;I.KISSNKK SON, OUR LOCAL DISTRIBU TOR, ANI MAKINS AND YOUNG, VETKH INARIEH OF ABILENE. PRICKS: One Gallon Jug 2.00 Five tlallon Jug 0 00 1 gallon will treat 200 gallons of water for drinking tank and disinfecting. Gleissner & Son, Abilene, Distributors GENERAL PURIFICATION CO. . Sole Manufacturers Madison, Wisconsin (Our business reference: First National Bank, Madison Wisconsin.) ' and Hand Painted China " for,-, WJUf " ii'in'ni.'lii;"';'"!-' " "" "' '"'' -"""T"" "V ' !'l'",,r'"ITv-tt'-a .rirl.P.r-nnn-ir tp--.. rvr r . 11 .."j-ri 1 11 r"' ' ' .1 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. muu r. . 11 1 1 sasosa COLOR LINE FIGHT IN KANSAS SCHOOL. Rural District Split Over Colored Teavcher. ' There ia race trouble in school diBtrict No. 7 in the northeast corner ot Summit township in Sa line county which may be serious 5QilvPrwarp Hut CilaSS tne Denver people should allow the silverware, uui uiass . to to Colorado gprrlng8. The Denver Republican has the following comment on the matter: "The srood roads fund of the cham- ber of commerce has been spent and ' before it terminates. School was to 2 unlesa more funds are raised Imme- have begun there Monday morning. $ All New and Prices Right dlately the road gangs which have-but lt dld not. There are a larger v" W. k nnir. niranllA . m . f.n.lllH n the dls- 1 1 ten a 1 worn vu hj "u"" numDer 01 ui & road between the eastern limits of t Ict than White families, but there 9 Aurora and WatKlna win dc ia.en are more white cnnaren Watch Repairing 3. Specialty 5 All Work Guaranteed. S Remember the Place ZLf or, nrv dteconthiued. At thei., .nni than colored children. Z beginning of the good roada cam-jThe negroea own the most land and 5 paign the chamber expected to raise jpay a greater amount of the taxes about $25,000 for the repair of this d theT 8tanding on their constitu te and other roada around Denver, but;tlonai riKbtB elect negroes as mem- - f ana oiuer uo , GO 0 DEL U b after excercislng all of Its efforts pfrti 2 the fund old not exceea touuv. Opposite Postoffice on ...., . r A HodKe. a hard, m.. v. w ' Third St. ware dealer and automobile owner bers of the school board. To thla the white patrona object, but lt does little or no good. The school board Mr ' Rosa Johnson, a col- CUipiujvu Abilene Steam Laundry " L-c-o.-o-oiihdssX I vii- v.ii tvaldnt8 of m x..v nt Alma Kan. to teach f,,,ttrttTT?ffTTTrTTTTTTT- I fl AU11CUO, - . QreU KOtuW - ' that section of the state do not come ( tbe schooI. but County Superinten- to Denver In their automobiles be- dent w E, Connelly refused to m raiiRA thev are Klven to understand rtnrR4, w teacher's certificate and that the road from Llmon into Den- j Bne ,B therefore disbarred from tak ver is in such poor condition that j ing cnarge of the school officially. Reasonable Prices it is almost impassanie. n ' she appeared mere aionuny u.uo. before the good roads committee or , bnt the white peoplo were at me the chamber yesterday that the roads 1 hool nouse and Mrs. Johnson did through western Kansas are in good not call the school to order. Two Perfect Work. Patronize home industry. Pure Sand rti n..JI ana all work Bru&r- Dtfl U1K ww w - - m 1 . . nteed. Agrenctes in. aii LicKinon condItIon and that the roaa irom tnPee WDite teachere nave oeen county towns. J. R. GOODWIN, Proprietor. RAILWAY TIME TABUS y UNION PAOTIO Eastbound No. 110 3:25 No. 102.........' :10 No. 104....". 11:13 No. 108... '.i:5 VTestboukl 4 . 4 A No. 107...... No. 103....... No. 109... No. 101 the Eastern Colorado line into Li-Mnt t0 tne district to get the Job. mon was In good shape. He crltl-'.t the board did not employ them. cised the chamber lorliot" even Eav-f Baylng thef had" already employed InK the road to Llmon marked, say-, t teacher. Juet when the school win ing that many people who are dl-begIn cannot be told at this time, verted to Cheyenne and Colorado ' and what tjj outcome of the trouble Serines wou.d try to run into Den- No 67 l8 aBO a mystery, ver if they knew that they wouia m. m. m. m. not get off on some wrong road and thus get lost. ; - 'You don't meet the farmerB ano GOSSIP OF SOCIET". .3:22 .10:09 ..3:03 m m. m. m. evening at a pretty party given at automobile tourists from the east theJr chapter house on South Ten- even half way,' be said, 'and aa a nessee street. Music was furnished result more than 1200 automobiles by Harry Kelley'a orchestra of Kan- have "gone to Colorado springs uu gas City. A luncheon or tnree courses year that might have and should aerved during the evening. The have come Into Denver. I have a rooma were effectively decorated for good six-cylinder car at home and tme occaBi0n Wuh carnations palms when I decided to come to Denver d fernB The Beta have pledged I made np my mind to leave my car Jonn Qev38ner 0f Abilene.- Law- at home and come in a Pullman rsnce Gazette.' car. There are thousands of other j jl jl ' m PaaaAiirer 11:12 . m. B-oDle who " have done the same porty young people of the Chris thing, and all becarse mey anow tlan church met at tn cnurcn iasi that the road for eighty-five miles j nt and called in a body on Mr, east of Denver ia in poor condition. and MrB- Arthur Mengua who have hn lately married. They went ROCK ISLAND Eastbound 666 Local Freight. .... . .3:00 p. m Westbound 535 Mail and Express. ; . .6:45 p. m, S65 Mixed ........... -"I" m SANTA FB Southbound una Passenger ....11:00 a, SOS Freight.. S10 Freight.... ....... Northbound 1:60 p. 4:15 p. STOMACH ALWAYS FEELS LINE. then t0 the home of Mr. Menges' par- enta where the evening was spent Eat and Drink What Yow want ,n mugIc and goodl time. The oc- Wbenever You Want It. ; caslon was a surprise shower for the "M " 'nitnr neoDle and many valuable . BL . Don't you know that a whole lot prgentB testified to the high esteem - of this indigestion, dyspepsia, gaa- ,Q wnJch they ar9 hejd. tritia, catarrh of the stomach talk Is 307 Passenger. alia Freight ,n. vv zll Freight . ....... 12:45 ; SaRnA Branch Leave for Sallna S17 Mixed ........8:20 m- 819 Mixed......... ..:05 P- 121 Mixed . ........ .i..4:06 p. m. Arrive from SaUn SIS Mixed ...... ....7:65 119 Mixed ..I?" ItJ Mixed ... - . . . ...1 - s .8:07 a. m. Li, . 1 If 106 Don't you know that fermentation ff--? oVrhsmuscle.. jZ " of food In the atomacn cauaes uer- and rbeumatlc pains, yon wonia neT- ly all stomach troubles. er wish to be without it. or saie Don't you know that mw-aa ot su uemcr.. , Stomach Tablets compounded from: Hemenway-BaJUngw. the best prescription for atomacn A Wdding marked by its impres- diatress ever written, will put your .lyeneBB and simplicity occurred on troublesome stomach la fine condl- jbursday evening at 7 o'clock at the tion, or money back. Presbyterian church In Junction City MI-O-NA Stomach Tablets give in- when MlBa Louise Holly Hemenway ......... 3:1 P. "- aUnt relief. Take them for gas, becam, the bride of Dr. Robert sourness, heaviness, .Weartburn, or jameB Balllnger. , The ring ceremony ABILENE8 gOCTJCTIES. after dinner distress. Keep them waa read by Rev. Dr. Harahaw, as- with yon and taks tnem reguian altted by rt. Hart, ot tno nrsi . w I. , n m O n li ... . . H, a Chay until your siomaca u Fresoytenan ennrcn. ana w nessed by a host of Mentis ana ria Glelssner's. hr I -oua. Largs box 60c. at J. M onti: FJ w: Moras, H. P.! Jo.pn m Keel, teeretary. ASSOC1A a . nrrm MCNrPlT SSSf-.' V;.",'t,.' Walcomo. Beatriot You, pr-idoBt; Job. CL Boxer, aocr ry. . . mmJ A F. a A. B"volt Lodge Ho C ASTOR I A for Infants and CiuiJien. Uvea. Mr. Ballinger wen anown In Abilene. Among the out of town guest were Mrs, O. P. Fenton and Mrs. James Wayts of this city. m 'M r.t "r?: iter Thlwl and gprucfc H-fViitlna brethren welcome. Ttnnninr no and down stairs. ' t VA4lnv nva. maktnc Pi Vmi Yta I12T3 A riTJ tZZ'Zl beds will not make a woman healthy luj IwJ IW -J "a, hAutlfnl. She must get out of : doors, walk a mile or two every day and take Chamberlain's Tablet , to Improve her digestion and rego- late ner ooweia. r r www Sears the Signature of The Senior class met Tuesday evening and elected officers for the coming year. Paul Steelsmitu was elected president; Marie Curry, vice president; Florence Keel, secretary and treasurer. The football squad has had the valuable assistance' of "Dick" War ing this week as coach. Be saya It Is a promising bunch Mid will make trouble for any team M meets. A. H. S. will open-the season Oct. 4 with St. John's military academy at Sallna. , The campaign for members of the athletic association has met with success In each class and the asso ciation will have the largest mem bership It has had in its history this year. ' Ruby Norman and Gladys Harding of the class of 1910 visited chapel exercises Friday. Rev. 'W. M. Balch addressed the high school students Friday morn ing. His subject was "The Simple Life" and he handled It In his usual pleasing and Interesting way. It was Instructive and highly, appreciated by the Btudents. Tha-(Sophomore class elected offi cers for the ensuing year at a meet ing held Wednesday evening. Paul Huffman was chosen president; Mil dred 'Oliver vice president, Wesley QIsh secretary and treasurer. Mmr Th-lven From Home. Every year, In many parts of the country, thousands are onven irom their homes by cougha and lung dis eases. Friend and business are left behind for other climates, out mis Is costly and not always sure. A better way the way of multitudes Is to use Dr. King's New Discovery and enr yourself at home. Stay right there, with your friends, and take this safe medicine. Throat and lung troubles find quick relief and health retusns. Its help in coughs, mMi. arin. crouo. whooping cough and sore lungs make it a positive blessing. 60c and 11.00. Trial boV Ha frAB. Guaranteed by J. M. Gleissner. Meteorological Observations Taken at Enterprise at 6 o'clock each day for week ending Sept. 18: Temperature High Low Rain Parrels Poet May Revolutionize the Rural Carrter'a Work. When parcels poet goes Into effect next January there la likely to be much extra work for the rural car riers. Chris Bath who was in Ger many last summer says that its work ings there Indicate what "will hap pen here. "The Germans have par eels post on much the same plan aa is proposed here," said, he today, "that is with a aone system by which It costs in proportion to the distance. The rural carriers, have wagons as large as an express wagon, some of them larger,, drawn by two horses. These are filled full with merchan dise of every sort and the carriers have a real Job."' . The rural carriers .out of Abilene will come unde tbe new ruling on salaries October 1st and will then receive $1100 a year. Bring your poultry and eggs to Green Bros., corner Second and Mul berry. Highest market price. 27wtl CARRIED $36,000 INSURANCE. Herlngton Man Also a Left Large Etitate. Date Sept. 12 Sept. 13 Sept. 14 Sept. 15 Sept. 16 Sept.' 17 Sept: 18 78 78 57 60 70 76 69 60 65 52 51 60 52 42 .05 .65 1.62 Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Pt. Cly Clear Clear KARL ERICH, Cooperative Observer. NO MORE GRAY i OR FADED ' HAIR. Women and men who use PARI SIAN Sage can be sure their balr will -never turn gray.' PARISIAN Sage will preserve tbe natural color ff the hair; stop it from becoming faded and lifeless, and by nourishing tbe balr root givs to the hair a lustre and radiance that com pels admiration. PARISIAN Sage stops falling hair; banishes dandruff; makes the scalp clean and free from itchiness and promotes a growth of heavy hair. Large bottle 60 cents at dealers everywhere. Sold by J. M. Gleissner on money back If dissatisfied plan. The late J. W. Creech carried life Insurance to the amount of $20,000. Tne entire amount was carried In old; line companies and was con tracted for before hla serious sick ness some five or six years ago. Mr. Creech was , a firm believer in life insurance but he was' conservative in this as be was in all matters of business and general welfare. The three appraisers appointed to look after the estate are still at work but expect to complete the work in a short time. Mr. Creech left his affairs In splendid shape and there are no hard knots to untangle by those now in charge. Dr. Triplett a Delegate. Dr. W. T. Trlplett has been ap pointed by Governor Stubbs as a state delegate to tbe National Irri gation congress In 8alt Lake City next month. He has the city dele gates beaten a country block, for be received a gorgeous document set ting forth bis appoinmtnet. It is decorated with seals and the gov ernor's signature. He will probably attend the congress. Most Jury Casea Completed and Others Continued. The Jurymen for the September term of court were discharged last night and after a few minor mattera were taken up this morning Judge King adjourned court until the first of, October. Most of the cases In which a Jury was needed were dis posed of during the sessions of the last two weeks. A large number of cases were continued until the Octo ber session. The case of the Arnold Automo-, bile company of Wichita vs. C. C. Sell of Herlngton was decided yes terday In favor of the plaintiff and Judgment was given for $975. Bond has not been furnished on the new charges ". In the Flack cbbo and Mr. Flack Is still under the charge of Sheriff Young. WELL TOLD. By, An. AWleno Resident. The following has more interest for Abilene residents than It other wise would have because Mr. Kline Is one of ourselves, a citizen of Abilene. If It prove of aBststance to 'put one person In Abilene lt will have been well worth telling:. ' ' i E. D. Kline, 216 E, N. Fifth St.i Abilene, Kan., says: "I advise any one who Is troubled by weak kid neys or backache to use Doan's Kid ney Pills, for I consider them the best kidney medicine to be had, In 1901 I gave, a public statement in their praise a,nd at thla time I gladly confirm It. My kidneys wers Inactive and the kidney aecretioni passed too frequently and contained sediment. I had, an almost constant backache and often became dlzsyV and nervous. ' Despite all my ef forts for relief,, I steadily freW, worse until I procured Doan's Kid ney Pills at C. E. Northcraft ft Co's. drug store. On using them my strength and energy returned and' the pains in my back disappeared. , Doan's Kidney Pills deserve the en tire credit for my cure." ' rur vail? vj mi uvavioxa. im, wv cents. Fpster-MIlburn Co , Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tbe United States. . Remember the name Doan's and take no other. WW If- i 11 ..at ai Bianaat tntjmSi. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R IA dealers. TEt 1ST medicine yon can take to rid yourself of humors and clear your complexion, Is Hood's Sar-taparilla-it's ala" TK2 CHEAPEST. The Imnlicit confidence that many people have In Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is founded on their experience In the nse of that remedy and their knowl edge ot the many remarkable cores of colic diarrhoea and dysentery that it has effected. For sale by all dealers. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A ARROW LinS SHOT SHELLS f'ii'n Thw mM'i i ., hi' ii far Ik V ,illlr the shot. That mue-a-minute on- 1 Make sure your game Shoot the speed shells Arrow Shells, the steel puts all the force of the mile-a-minute comer" can't beat out tbe pattern driven by a steel gripped charge. And with Expert Factory Loading, uniformity of . speed and pattern Is assured In each and every shell. Shoot RmingtaifUMC Arrow and Nitro Club Stael Linad Expert Factory Loaded Shells for spaed plus pattarn in any mak of shotgun. Remington Anns-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. ' 299 Broadway ' m ' - New York C."y explosion behind f iauiiiiitiiat" ti