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0 r ) (LiuiiJ.-yl'Jll .11 I . Ve pay the highest cash price for in'' A1J D ..LL- Aiil I ricinnc arid Shoes, J , , 7 Hid - 'Rubber : Old Metals, Lead.";;;'-:.;": Boots Copper, 'Zinc, Brass, EitC'! Call and See Us ihe Next Time W m "-aw m . ,. i -U i:ni i til iimji :V (i.'. "' riAVK HISTORIC I.KMC9 r '-V ... OF,LLCOLH HOUSEHOLD. ' Mr; and Mre. E. A.v Haldeman of Concordia,' who ar. visiting at 'tbe ' L: 1 E. Comer - home .outbwest of town are the possessor, of a - fine collection of old rellca which bare received special notice from the public." ' ' ' ' " 11 u Mr... Haldeman'. name was Lin coln before .be wa. married to Mr. Haldeman. Her father, "Mordecal Lincoln,' waa a cousin to President Lineola, "and the faualile' were quite intimate." One ofv the artlclee la a email picture ' frame made by the' great emancipator - bimself, which wai given to bis cousin, Mor decal,' and by him to hi. daughter, Mr.. Haldeman. Another article I. ;Ycaraof Guffcrin Catarrh and Blood oiaeaao Doctor Failed -to Cure. , Mlaa Mubt-l F. Hawkins. 12U La fay ette St.. Forf Wgyn. Ind.. writ"! r'or three yeara 1 wai troubled wltn atarrb and blood d !. ' I tried -rat doctors and a dpaea different rom dla, but none ot thm did me any good. A friend told me of Hood's 8r pnrllla. I too two bottles of thia medicine and waa aawell and strong as ever. I feel like a different persoa and recommend Hood'a to any one suf fering from catarrh.", , Get It today In unual liquid form or chocolated tablet called taraataba. . .. .... - : ' THINKS OP-ABILENE. Former Abilene Pastor Refers to His '' -' Pastorate Here.1 : . Rev. A. B. Decbant,' Who wai paa- Mre. Haldeman. Anotoer . j, a cast Iron-lid for an bid tertioaed. reached the . s . Sooth Cedar; and First Streets brenriemin's Old Poultry House rt 0 JAMES I TDFTS : Funeral Director and ;'f" ' ' fe. :Etnbalmer; A (O. A. McKlIXIP, Aasiatant) j .V . --a i-;.--'i.f State LIcenae No. 79 " . '' Carry at alt timea in atock a con plete line of fuAeral auppllea. Wo ask you when:jned of oui Assistance tocalL . 7 Phone No. tl9. ' ; ' r"Nighti anoT SuudarSitJ'' 'ffloial Statemenl of the Financial Oon . dttion ofthe ' ; t, Abilene, etl of Knosa, tlh close et ' banlams on the 4th day of Dc., 1818. , i! ii. if i Louhi and dlitcou nt. .'. . .'.'. . . .? i v. ltan on rel wtate.vw. r Orerdrmftt. Bank bnlldlnir.i.'. ....i. Furniture and Sxturee...... U ultnd HwttM i ond on brt Hondtoitettad' po-dlt.. . Oi her boiidi nod werr .nte. .. . . . Uurnty fud lu BMtt Tre- urer, Doo(i ........ ... Oa.n Item and clearing bon a Osah and algh exchange,, legal I1M.6W 61 . r..vi es 8,WMT if 10 WM , 1000 00 'I tMMOO ,IA 00 1,714 TO 1.M0O0 : woooj refer to. 160,484 89 ' '' 1 ' ' ' ' ' LIABIUTtaS. ' 1 .'' Capital stock paid In.. .1. ' urpiun luiiu..... ..... j,. TTntllvidMl Prnflta IndiTldual dHpwit. Kankn' hbi itanxora' aepoaiw ... ertlfleaux ot delt...t. . .l.'.'i." S5S4,8I M tw).eoooo . 89.000 on 111,.1 IS - 4.0K1 isi.wa so .... in ina eariTua). preatueu iu. Dutch oven, used "jTtnWttz'nmv at-Hanover. Abraham Lincoln, before be became , known1 to fame." It ' was preented; Ti. -u,.;. by Nancy Hank ' co,e;t while here: : - denf. mother to her unt. Elisa-. ; f Thtnk8jt,vlnf d,y beth oia. wncoin, trom r ,.-., w dioUt, d4y son. Mordecal. and he gave It to his .M1l. -.... whitli t daughter ' J .-wMhad the wrmon to a multitude Haldeman. Another ticle . p,,,, , churfh. The historic .V'fSli T,hole tsountry.wa. in a panic, the canister shot ' used ; J cMnch bug had de. , -Ck ",? JmaXt. Field. wheat of K.n.as. th. hot historic battle J1 lnd. torched the corn - to brittle AKa,a!r r?! Soared 85- d turned the tall prairie 'ttn- from lta livid green to au for .pinning by 2?..tumiltl Tellow. There was no wheat, eighty year, ago.'now owned by Mr.. Th.nv4 Haldeman. - Th. ff tiring :4ar the wheat .own in the .treet. . Mr. Dyer wa. thrown froa called a turkey dish. It Is claimed ..,. i hnr... 'the rig when the team .tarted to baa been In' constant use for over," ... a. mn, Jrnn at the Third street bridge but 200 year., and ha. Av t c.ttl. feeding on'dead wa. not hurt The Cramer, were est: It was at bnce time th prop- th. h' visiting on Third .treat and their , Cor..:. .. . J O.w. i .1 : tvUient . of the Cor..: I . CITIZENS :B AI : of At-iicne," Kaosa?at the close of husineWDcc. 4t!i, iyr? Loaus' and Dtecounts..:.$2T,782.1S Bank Building 10 000.00 rurnltore and Flxt.re. 1.000.00 Warra'nU Bonds ..'J..::... S5.000.00 Cash antl Eljht . " Exchange', Ll64.184.9l 18J.184.82 ..'7t.T14.7 .,$(24,681.94 . Liabilities Capital Stock i...-.t 60.000.I Surplus and UndlvldaA -. Promts ,.r 8,J7M Deposit '448,405.1c- 0. A'. , fi;-.tiv. T.f i $54. esi.it We bar. ito'Ioaaa to Officer, Di rector, -w: Stockholder.. ; .. Depoaltory: United State. Poatai Savings Bank,' Stat. tf Kknsa,J Dick inson County and.ot Alle The above statement is correct. DICECTORS, M. H.f M"ALOTT, President , , , , i , . A. W. RICE Vice President X. E. JOHNTZ., Cashier O. W.HURD. W n r WB.XIILE3 .- , f t ; M in II ?i RUNAWAY TEAM COL- i ,UDES WITH AUTO. ' A team" belonging to Bert Dyer ran away last night and smashed up the Cramer automobile which' was standing near the' curb; on Third For Sale 'j'.'S . - ; , '!;:! : ' I . ,.: Jhuj-S . erty ihent tl Vl1Tp1.rntl''l'l were mortgaged.: the bog. jrWttaf on Third .treat and nan o f.tillowlng th. cattle in-the 'corral. uto was .landing near th. curb : in the early history l Union-, ,.! 4w.i- Th auto was unoccuoled and th The auto was unoccuoled and the whole deal was pulled ott without anyone getting hurt. The back .eat and door, were torn off the auto and the buggy1 wai pretty well d- : Total.'.'. Y...i -CB4,8l M 1- t';.! ,;!.r';-HJ '!; I t FOR YOUR ... rAtPi OF KAN8A8,V.; Dlckliinon i-ounty. I : ' Diamonds, .... . i . . . I .1. , . t Watcnes, vioc., ,' ....-i. .:n.Jeweleryv-" .. .Silverware. ; Cut Glass . . . 4 Hand Painted -, ';i China ,(.;- , "I All ,Nev and' rrice8,Riht, ' Watch Repairing ' i. j..-. i z. Specialty. All Work Guaranteed. 5 Remember the Place I GOO D E LIA S . Oppo ite Postoffice on ... ; : X " Third St. vj -i. RAILWAY TIME TABLES i, . . 1 '-'.: 'i .i UNION PACIFIC Eaetbouiid. No. .110.. I. ,f j.;. j k .v.4:08 ',a. No. 104, . i'.'i-i ... ;il:14 a. No. 108.... .... ....1:45 p. no1: No .Westbound - ' . 107,..,,'.' ".;,2:i0 p. 103...". ,....3:22 "p. 109 .V. . . . . -. " ; i 1 0 : 3 8 V i 1- .t - KQCK ISLAND luastbottftd m in m m. m. m 36 Passenger, .,11:12 a, m !fi 66 Local Freight...."... 3:00 p. m ( k .; K ; . ' Westbound , 35 Mall and Express. ., .5:45 p.' I feoS. Mixed 10:25' a.' m j j i EaII ji. Branch , ? - - - tnm f4jHna. ' 2 it Mixed i'?.. i'.liii m Si9 Mixed. 12:0R f. m 21 Mixed 4:05 p. m Arrive from Balina , 18 Mixed: . 4 A . r . ale. 22 M"lxed T. .V. .'.2:i6 b. m SANTA FE Sontbboioid , . J10 Freight... 1........ 4:15 p. m t0 Faesenger. 11:00 a. m 209 Freight.. ..11:00 111 Freight 12:41 p. m. Jburn hair on every package. f, J. E. JohnJz. ca-hlr of said nan R lo aolemnly swear that the above statement Ih true, t (nil-Raid bank has no liuhUHIcw, and a nt ndoror on any note or oblUatlnn, other than shown on the above sUitemeiit, o thu best of my kuowledB and belief. Bo help me God. . . . , B JOHirra, Cashier. , , Siitwcrll.(i and sworn to before me, this 6th day of Dec. 1913. J. ''seal! " ' Notary Public Commission expires on the Ui . day oi Aug.iai,, .....,,, . Correct, Attest: . . .!.. i'."v A.'Ww.Kto.'' r -iU! . . .) J ... ...i w. b I0n.ni. ""rcJors O. W, HuKO. J :'f COUNTRY , CLUB JS , . , , ?r . i ; .. MAKING RAPID PROGRESS. ment in tne eany "-I ww'a mortgaged . yes. and th. irnpliH town. Pennsylvania, and waa highly, v--naa .n(i h tur- valued ;by tbe family. When Gen- eral Lafayette vUited thi, in 1822 he made a short .top in, '- . r. . . . . . m .. ureal Hirani men weui mm luoj : Unlontown, Pennsylv on. Another before th. polished. ; honor NobW iicCOrmick (lrved the. Th.akartvln. DatJ - largest wild turkey ; be -could Pro-, m.thM, in th houaa of WORK "BEGINS ON cure, which was roasted aftd served - m..hliW to on this ' very "plate .at the dinner , . . -. "Tl" '-.-7" . . , . of a tne f acner oecanse jcbob oi a.r- given in honor, of th wa. with theml It wa. not with - Ji ? " M?Hl.ot&;uet. of th. cow boy... nor town, yh.n Mr. Haldeman ntotb-. 6f th6 EMt that Kan. ? K ' Tho.' a. been changed from a desert she first saw tnis plate in the home . , , h .h. n,Ht THE NEW O ABACK- Cement Structure Contract to "Kaw PTln; Companj. The ' assembling of the' ''material t saw tbl. plate in; the home; " - the ew Illff garage ha. begun of be Mccormick', where .he wa., of God I Not by might.! and .the work on the building will engaged in maxing a area, tor y rtwftr . , Blrlt begin .oon. The contract for tb building cas been let to me mw Paving company. ' The garage will be of cement and will be onVof the 6 miles north of Detroit. f 14w5t mut-. of the household- She took .r ,P7 Power, o oy , a great rancy to n fluu cnr It In Bayment1 for her work as seamstress but Bhe' could not secure it at any price. ' ' The owner of the nikt" died, and in later year, it came into' the possession' of a sonl- what dlBBolutesori. who took little Interest' It' historic relics, arid he made a ' public sale ' of ' such1 articles, owned by big forbear.. At this safje. was the former young seamstress,, now the wife of Mordecal Lincoln, nd thA mother of Mrs.' Haldeman, who' was- then only eight years of., lna.i, fn, cola 9(1 Mnt( per gallon; Abram Brecbblll Jri, j most up to date garage, in tbl. part a n-..in i ii Kte .of the country. ... v A. O. U. W. Electa Of fleers. Last night 'was J a busy night .for the ' members of the lodge.' ' Flr.t oh the program wa election' of-of fleers: ' resulting' In Ihe following;: W. F. 'Galliger, M1. W. ; s H. K. Elch nH' nranian' n ' ff Smith.' Over- toe,. "r? ' v. T?iirh t?APordr:' M.'H: .... ... wnn waa- men oniy eisui ' . . ,. . . THe Aouene,, country ,ud aeeips . . . . Malott. Receiver: M. u. uopains, in: very ..1 t m. -. iAA-. AAttittrl " wu ' ii- 1 i n.:i-.- T nr . iw T i U n 1ta r - . m iinntin narnaan r ri iiiii h kmiiiol i her ' and ' sbe1 bought the historic "turkey dish" and six German silver spoons for a dollar and sixty-five At tha ilnalh of Mrs. Lin- and these members Are enthusiaetic over" the prospects for .success. ,. An engineer, f rpm th State Agricultur al! college will-be secured to make M . a . 9 a A f 1L. Z f Z i: coin the. plate "cam? into possession best, method of ,mak tog .the .lake t . Mrg. Haleman. ine esuma "'' heM' .artlote. have been. In the a lane pi anout ,zu acres wn.cn wm, - . . bw ,or 50 be directly east of the club house. an8 ? . fti n, nrn. A meetlnK of all members will be 'Ba,D " , held In a few days. Bring your poultry andi eggs to Green Bros., corner Second and Mul berry. Highest market price. 27wtf servation. PATRONS' MEETING DREW LARGE CROWD. tFrom Friday's Dally 1 The first , patrons' meeting . held in the city school, was well attend- ABILENE POST OFFICE le last night. The high school or- APPROPRIATION WENT IN. chestra and glee dub furnished eood music and the address by "or In his letter transmitting eeti mates of appropriations required for 'F. J. ' Baker, d: W,: J. W, Monroe, Trustee; . W. Sauer,' representative to grand lodge; J. A. Wilkle, alternate; Dr.. P. B. Wltmer, T. R. Conklln.'H. B. Felty, S. Steelsmlth,. medical "ex aminers. Next on the progranf was an unexpected visit from Grand Mas ter Workman Graybil! who made a talk On several eubjects of inter est to Workmen. Next came initia tion of three candidates, after which a,' Junch, Was served. Every one present, report, a good time. ' . Catarrh Cannot Be Cared with local applications as they can not reach the sea: of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure 1' you must take internal rernodlea; Hall's ratarrh Pnr la taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's 'Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was-prescribed by one of the best physician, in thi. country for years and la a . rneular nrescrlntlon. It is Johnson of the Kansas University . n th. Una nt thn hest Interests thn nnhllc service for the fiscal year tha aohnnla nt the state and was a- " l A, SAA V- HVMVrwa w ye - - " a - . "' . ". A K" H. A ' "k a. i. I. . . . 1. ' a a, l a. 1 . enaing June crciary ( jntereatlng tnrougnout. Alter, me. and i. a regular prescription, u u ui LJie LTvasur : rviiumuiQuvio, nuiuus . program ailu apeecu irn cou liicuio vuuiudcu wi .i-.i'wu..; . . - ' onmhftiAil with the best blood DUrl otaer toingu . n.,yvrovrw.i.ivu were servea. ine meeting uue,- -- - tv , t3i itnfi fnr" the tiow nont. . nf f fpfl ftt nf tha. Hn1 helns- held over " T - " - 11. Oil J v. m.mm " -" O - Abilene. "yThe' appropriation is now tbe state and is , in keeping . with before the house Tor consideration, tha ancUl center movement. Among tbe other .Ibwaa'drawjng; ap-j , . propriatlon. for postdf f?ces are ; .Bfr-1 I,. 'a.-' i; .OA nAn f liAiJJV UAB14 low j izv.vyu voawrum tv,v, Great Bend ;10j000 Osage ? City A. A. A. DELEGATES NAMED FOR ABILENE. iliH, .', ; 1 , i ; ii.: 'i' ',' ' On December 18th the sixty-three AH ' t Parker, buildings hici!resi-' defaces.': ..i:'::'''" C. V. PARKER Leavenworth, Kas B. R. PARKER, ' Abilene, Kas. county bodies that comDosa th. Kansas State Automobile association will meet in convention ' at'" Wlch- lta. : The purpose of this meeting will be to paes upon the bill, draft ed by the' legislative committee ap pointed at ;tbt receut itato conven tion. ! j,C. H,' Harger, president of the Dickinson county A. A. A. club, has appointed J. A, jTufts. J,,,T. Nlcolay and R, G, Irey a. delegate. irom ini..9iuo,j iiJ;,j -,1 '' . ',,.... I ...... ' ' " " ' , ,;.t tit .'.- ,.'i..a n.'i j f.tk-:-. .'.vtr 1 Are has Its attractions no less than (properties that strengthen ' the stomach. Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peo- lwouth In a- mora aarene and auleter life. I But It Is this very life of rest without vmnciem . exercise inat urmira wiiq ii those ' diaorditra that arlaa from ' 111. activity. Chief of these are a chi'onic, peisistent constipation. Most- lderly people troubled In this way, with accompanylnv symptoms n J hl.tilnr - .nw.ltiou. nrtan autlnu- headaches and general lassitude. Fre quently there is diincuity or aig-estintr even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as It Is hard to And a suitable riven that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any or tne more violent purgmuvea. What they need, women as well as men, l a MillA l.v.tlv. tftnlrt. Ana that Im pleasant to take and yet acta without The remedy that nil all these re quirements, and baa in addition tonic l? use. to the ezclualon of all Other 'remedies. .Trustworthy people like Mat- tie Little. . Kansas City, Kaa., and Joee Miller, Junction ' City,' Kas.,-say . they , lake It at .regular Intervals and . In thnt wav nnt nnlv maintain v.n.M 1 tuA health, but that they .have . not In years) .. . a.Aw .a, A Him .iVnH will do well to always have a bottle of It In the house. It is good for aU the. family. , t.v, ... . it ii ' Aiiruira -wiBiiiiis mi man. m i mi ui una, remedy before buying- It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one) dollar a large bottle (family slice) , can have a sample bottle sent to the hornet t r- mm tt f nha mmgrtt h .Itnnlv IMuiln. Taw W. B. Caldwell, 406 .Washington St., tnr flAAlIrk Tit" VaiI nma mvA mAArmm WVUiveiiW 0 mma tviai iinui. eaisau snwMvwa. .. on a postal card will do,'. , . tc n'nAi hti.m. feiRArtn. h f U,UVW mmj LIU . U f y V ,W V V . ', . r ' ti 'ii'-'-t JlON'EFl BACIi REMEDY I;?, v ' S"! FoiuV DANDRUFF. BEFORE SUPREME COURT. J- 'b -kX&'.M court at Topeka Thursday. th.Jth. wonderful double benefit I got FalUnair nnd Scalp Itcha.fM. court took' the'ase under advise- from Electric Bitter., in curing m. tfrJLeU AnJrized to I ment and wlif make it. ' deeislon JidSAxiS The right of tbe state to bring charge, against Flack ' other tfban that named in the extradition pa- wtota-a tira. O Ttl AT KfifArd lit A Mil Y. rPIYl A fiers, acting directly on t!te mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredient, la wnai pro Annam atih wnndnrful results in CUT ina- catarrh. Send for testimonials free. " F. J. Cheney k Co.,' rops., Toledo, O Sold by druggists, price 75c. . Take Hall'f Family ill. for con stlpation. ' 1 Pnnlrl Rhnnt For JoV. ' "I want to thank' you from the Winni ttf mv heart." wrote u. a. Rader,i ot Lewisburg. W. Va., "for pnarantee It. He will do more; if after using two bottle, of PARISIAN Sage you don't think it is th. finest and most delightful balr . tonic -and" aresslng yo. ever i used--tnondy back. Can yea? beat, that offer?'-- : Young women who neglect their temples, grow old before their time. your hair is thinning at- the tem ple.; if it la losing lta natural color. fa it In a- n tnrnlnr wraw. rn Tftnr c a, . ac7Y9a.av. ...... . .nwMa) w a . mm " 108 Freight.. .....i i. 1:50 p. an. faith In PARISIAN . Sag. and you 1 '; h Northbotutd won't be disappointed. Large vbot- 0TaengerJJL.,a.I:0t w..lu-60.cenU at M. fileUsner't and dealer, everywhere). Girl with au- sr. ma time next week. The COUft. . i .ii.t halnlaaa I WHICH 1 flftd UWU U iimwa, my .mw ha. once decided that' a man extra-j sufferer for ten, years.. It suited my ... . . ..... . 1 -a' l - - - , K A. V. rraAa i n at fnr me." tHed on any other than that named f or fi in the extradition paper, but tbe p0lg0, thftt cause rheumatUm. Eleo- cnitea Btates enpreme court uu.tri Rittera nave no euuai. , t-u overruled the decision Unless i the them. Every bottle is gnarantel state supreme court holds to its former decision Flack will be tried on all' of the twelve count, at the January term of court. . CfcMviUesence after penuenmonla, tvnhnM fewer and the rrlo. la aome- tlmoa merelr annarent. not' reaL To make it real and rapid there is no other tonic so nigniy to oe recom- n.4aa mm Haa 'm Rarwwnarflla 111 CliUVU O.W " mw ' - 4v. Thousand. M teatlfy. Take Hood's. to satisfy. detainer's. Only 59 cents at J. M ifying the. blood. ; . Itching, torturng akin eruptions disfigure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan'.' Ointment is praised for lta good work. 60c at all drug .tores. f Children Ory . fCS FLETCHER'S . CASTORIA :, i..;y.-J:;V;i. Abilene Weekly Reflector V? 11 11 TO . m . . .. ' ft .1 f ...llMa aal I . .,lt (.nt wot tn aawrw ensoo, wu . . . r , am . -Jim at that effie with the axpanaa bowus amowat WacalB sat PPQ He awy tyl of Dictiaauury Mlattad (whlea cowan w us w "".-Voijct 7 froM the f acterr. dieefclag. dark bir. aat auW Meessary EXPENSE torn). i . l. ; .1 IumU fr w4www4ri Th 4.03 ' (tikenhistration.ln the at.fnpementsromdaTtoday.V! ' " , Wk.tar'a Hirtmnira nr isw their CuccessnrS.". lVraTaTaTIal liaxvi . a , r vuu.v. v .. - - ; i nd I e" It the oL entirely kew; compilation by the world'. fJLUM.M greatest autnprities irom icaaing universities; jMjunu in t DICnonAaTYhjll Limp Leather, flexible, .tamped in gold on back and a. uiavwaava ' 9,Ui?a, uiiiiiku vu www f-. , - " o w ... ... . . ... , T : a - . . .- t rounded; bcamitw, strong, auraoie. : hic "f .i. are maps ana over coo suDiecit peauimwy uiuswic vj uu- F.n color plates, numerou. .ubiects by tnqnotones, 10 page, of, b. educational charts and te latest United States Census. Fresent CIQ .ui. tv rVirtitnarw Caasaas aiwl tha) VOV a . Uliw viaavv: ir w...-. . " ? fcsll leather, IUaatrwao . des snj krnsf f with swe terwawa. SIX qIa f C.aaatwlWw Cssnf aai e ' UlC 2X3 i Is i. ptala cloth bind. lag, stamped in cold w,smMM and block i has asm N V klaek I paper, same umstra. boas, W ail el the toh red Uita IBonmaaf picnoNAy lllMlfla. 81c! VLZZri . 48e - - -- - a . a ...... .. ' . . ! XI WeeUy 8ubcril- wCl seed to brtn ONLY OKU OOUFON to g tb DictioBary.