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b" ?n 1 iirinvrfi ivu iiiuuiiy Attractions 'ar y Sarab , Padden in tbs . powerful American play, "Kindling." January 7, . "Tbs Prince of Tonight," ' gor geous musical spectacle. BO people. January 10, .. Gene Stratton Porter's great sot el.' "Freckles." 1 January 15, 1913. Rowland sV Clifford' "The Di vorce Question." All other nights High Grade Motion Pictures. 17. II. EICIIOLTZ GO i UNDERTAKERS The Same Careful aitezw tion that has been given to the Eicholtz business for the past thirty-nine yeau H. K. EICHOLTZ, H. H. EICHOLTZ. ItEFOIiMrO PROGRAM . . UKXD LAST NIGHT. SANTA CLAUS .WAS AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ' rproa Thursdays XMlf I The Reformed Sunday school held 8anta Claua was it the Presby terian churcb Tuesday evening with Its Christmas program at the church UB abundance of treats and a whole last night. The whole program was hot of fun. The program was good given in good sh,ape and a large I and- many people were there to hear crowd was present to enjoy It The following , was the program: , Opening Chorus, , "Tie the Birth day of the King." . Invocation. Pastor. - - , Recitation, "A Holly ' Sermon,' Hanlin Myers. 1 Exercise, "The King of Love," Mildred Polley, Averil Jeff coat, Catharine Herbage. ' Exercise, "To Help Out the Shine" Pauline Jef fcoat. Pearl Roemer, it. The program was: Song, School. Prayer, Pastor, Welcome, Clad Is Miller. Song. "Wide Awake" Primary De partment. Recitation, "The Christmas Song," Dale Teeters Recitation. "Our Gift,'? lone Mil ler. - Christmas Candles, Elizabeth Mera, Kenneth Denman, Verla IChccs Dccamo Gtlf f riv Ysart of Sever Rheumatism The cure of Henry J. Goldstein, 14 Barton Street, Boston, Mas, is anoin- r victory or mooo Barnnpnniuu This great medicine has succeeded la many canes wnere otners nave uuenr failed. Mr. Goldstein says: 1 suf fered from rheumatism five years. It kept me from business ana caused L-ruclatlnsr naln. Mr knees would be come as stiff as steel. I tried many medicines witnout reiser, men iook Hood's Barsaparllla, soon felt mucn better, and now consiaer myxeu en tirriv cured. I recommend Hood's," nt It today In usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called sVaraataba. TOPPED HOPE MARKET WITH COW AT f 105. ABILENE BADLY NEEDS , FIRST CLASS GYMJJAS1U5I I m - . I PRICI PALLY BRICK BATS. 41 " ' , - One of the most insistent and loi- annortant demands udoo the mndm Out in Abilene they call a four- high school is for' a place for pay- story building a skyscraper on the steal training, both normal and rem- ireposierous meory tne Hutchinson edtal, for training athletic teams News suggests, that the sky is a during the winter season, holdlnc llill. . a a a mue nearer Aouene tnan some other athletic contests, putting on school Pisces. Iola Register. I entertainment .demanding larae . space, as for plays, etc. These ac- Bllls have been Introduced in con- tlv.tles are as properly educational gress appropriating $54,000 for. a and as much a (art of a school cur- postofflce building at Abilene, and riculum as any of the work offered. 120,000 for a poatoffice building at ad consequently provision should Concordia. Clay Center's building be made for them. One would be is costing $55,000 exclusive or the surprised, if he should inquire Into site. And that is how. much more I the situation, to find ih t Glenn Bair, Roy Roemer, Everett Wright, Everett Chase. Max Miller, Anderson. Chorus, "Throw Open the Por tals." Recitation. "Bobby and Billy's Gift." Herbert Folk. Motion Song, "We'll Shine Our Brightest." Exercise, "Wreath of Love," James Besgle, Theresa Miller Recitation, "Christmas Questions," Gertrude De Young, Sons. "Little Christmas flakes." Recitation, "A Christmas Byrle Keselnger. Recitation. "This Happy v- ., . . . i . huw iuuvu uivri iu iiuaiiuu, 10 una toe jcenerai ' ub".-ngb,M...hM.tT'1 th government thinks of Cla Cen- recognition of the demand for thess ul v.7 ' .7 ,7 ; .. w tnan Uneip Abilene or Con- things and the efforts being made Snow- Gift," Day," Pauline Mlnick, Tfcelma Tappen, I Johnnie Shepherd Anna " Roemer, Russell Shlellhaas, I Song, "To Grandma's for Christ Howard Rose. mas," Marie Wllkte, Lois Bennett, Recitation, "The Story I Love Helen Steen, Martha Trlplett, Eliza Best," Arthur Deane NIcolay. beth Mera, Theresa Miller, Marjor Chorus, "Sing of the Father's I ie Taylor, Gertrude De Young, Daisy Love." , Garten, Wlllla Graff, Stella May Pantomime, "Grandma's Christ- Lambing. mas Dream," Mary viola, Agnes Kxerciee. "Betnienem star Grace Parker, Irene Folk, Elsie Benlgnus Licensed Emoalmers Abilene Kansas For Sale or Exchange ' 80 acres, 6 miles of railroad town 40 acres valley,' 40 under cultivation 40 pasture fenced; esrall house, barn well. Fine climate. Possession Jan. 1. Price $50 acre; terms 1-3 cash balance 3 rears. Can exchange for Abilene residence or small suburban home. Quick action required. E L. PERRING U. K. & T. Com mis: sion Company .v for which: J. R. V AN VQ0RST Is cattle saleninan and PERSONALLY look after all shipments from Dlck- tnnnn OAlintY. Write u for any Irformatlon you desire In regard to tne maraei. 371 l.rVK STOCK paCCHANGE r KANSAS CITT. MO.. Poke DR. W. O. k FAKSON OSTEOPATH : " Abilene, Kaunas. .. 3 6 5, Office over Farmers ' National Bank. , S. BTEEkSIHTSri! , : gCEQEOV GTSEOOVOOiat Ah ABXUBNK. KANSAJ. Praetlee '"Sfmi'tel to Bunrery. urtlea,' Otseaaee, DiseaMS of Wanes aa4 D mm. immttmtmlB I M fmmrt ml Urn kTn Mf e) 2e J,, Tlnirrln, hw Mil IrW km e. O hmommlxm Cm m. A. Atei. Kaa. 1 J Exercise, ."Joy to the Hanlin Myers, Raymond Schad, Rus sell Shellbaas, Herbert Folk. Chorus, "The Advent Song Exercise, "Oh Happy Christmas Miller Troup, Night," Helen Shellhaas and class Offering for Missions of boy.-', i v ' Recitation, "The Christmas Tree cordla. Clay 'Center Times. to satisfy the del and which the com- J J munlty Is making on the hlrh school. Abilene denies the story that its L A gymnasium lit now looked upon new country club Is only, two blocks as one of the most valuable assets south and one block east of the in a school plant; it furnishes the poatoffice. "We can't understand." means for clean wholesome amua. says the Abilene Reflector), "how ment for boys and girls in leisure SUCh a DreDOHtermia and vthnltv I hnnra anil hannm.. ... say. he has learned not to price Ulculou.lv .tor anything he does not wish to sell. cul.tIon. The Abilene countrv club snend snare time. Athwt, Is two blocks east and one block such as foot ball, basket ball, base south of the postoffice." Dod Gas- ball and others more strictly Indoor ton. I games, train for self control artm nd skill and In the spirit of co- Recently the New York -Clipper, operation they tend to prepare the In a writeup of Charlie Parker, the Individual to fit into society and showmsn, says he began business in I to subordinate self somewhat to the "an obscure little Kansas town." ood of th whnia rmn At a meeting this week at Carlton Th- Abilene Reflector urr. n th. In a r, nmh-. a Commercial club was organized cilDDer subscribers In Ahlln- t dallv nanar. .nn . ,.-. . . . . . I ...U !. ..-... - .U - . I I v vv. HOOPI1IUU unnsimas rennies. unanea mp- . .urt. vi luo 4wu quIt taking it. Kansas City Star, list of Kansas towns based He had a very fine family cow and when a buyer asked the price he said $105, thinking the fellow would throw up his hand and skee- daddle, but he was fooled. The fel low threw down one hand Into hie pocket, dug up the filthy lucre and took the cow home with him. John Dispatch. CARLTON ORGANIZED COMMERCIAL CLUB. Will Work Hard to Get North and Soath Road. Wilkle, Mary Elizabeth ., Wltmer, World." I Marjorle Rogers, Faith . Noble, Avis Dehner. , lett, Hugh Mera, Sheldon Hogue, in its relationship with the propos ed north and south railroad. About Abilene ' is to have a rhautannua .AM . . ..... . ..'1 . .v.v.prqniineni men or me , uajiion next( ,ummer. ' a small RedpatL af- yicioIW; aiujaueu. A. a,, uawiey falr.Clay Center Times. 1 . . ... . M V. MA I was eieciea preeraeni. i. w, oieri- MKET TO DISCUSS! RAILROAD. upon population. Abilene ranked 29. Aak yourself the question, f'Were tihe ranking based.,, upon equipment (or taking care of the needs of our boys and girls In preparation ' for life work would our rank still be 29?" Ellsworth has just built a new Exercise,, Passing the Light," Sunday School Boy," Hazel Brenlzer Dorothy FrUXFlorence Fritz. Dor- I-.viExercise "Christmas Dolls," Marie ing. vice preMdeot; James Mitchell. I fti I othy Folk, Pauline Mlnick, Thelma Wilkle, Dorothy Taylor. Alens Mera, secretary; Fred Myers, treasurer, Tappen. Kiien wara, Kieanor urarr. kuiu r. n,,e .u tu.y mai ue iuo gymnasium 40x70 feet and k. .. . .. I ... r. .i-i m-. Jk . si......!. - it.. a i m. mm iiPMiiunu vm iv Ainu r -.-T-" s-w rv Recitauon, "Christmai Dream' I uarten, ueraiame je loung, ieu iou iu puu luruugu tuv rounrv pe(Ji are asking one another whv M. . a . I T 1.1 I In 0 nT t na lgnm rnM w wi m fntV at r. I I . . iviuureu nervaio, I .amwma. I - - - - - - Exercise, "When the Pearly Gates Song, Richard Youne;. Eugene would try to raise some money for Swina Wide." Nita Shellhaas. Mabel Johnson, Kenneth Conklln, Harold stock itj the road. He knew of only they did not do' it years ago. Great President McManus of the New- Bena Just let a contract for Shellhaas, and others. Motion song, "Holly Branches Waving High." Tableau, "Old Year's Vision,' twelve girls with lights. Exercise, "Goodnight,". Vera Baer, Anna Roemer, Mildred Asper, Hazel Pooler. Closing chorus followed by the distribution of gifts. Little. Cantata, Mies Nellie class, assisted by Miss Anna, May G-arvIe, "Star Queen," Wayne Teet ers, Vernon Crebbs and Santa Claus. I Santa's pack distributed to the school by assistants. three men In the Carlton commun- Wilkie's ity who were against the road.1 v .. -,1 1 e ' 8ALIXA WOMAN LEAVES THE HOSPITAL. WAS BIG CHRISTMAS AT LUTHERAN CHURCH. POSTOFFICE RUSH WAS , . -i' ;-L Y!nITTL'uT f 17 UTQtVnV The . Christmas rush at the Abi lene postoffice was the largest in iL. V. i. . M i. i y a I iub uiwr, ui iub cuy. un wonaayLgJven Tne following $i7,in ordinary. stamps were sold nuiber. eiven. at tne stamp winnow, not counting The Christmas . program at , the Lutheran church Tuesdav evenina was well attended and the program ,n n,cely- Mrs. Heck said today Over Mrs. Roberta Heck expects to leave St. Barnabas hospital tomor row. Mrs. Heck has been there since the accident of October 12 when a' Union Pacific engine running light, crashed into an automobile in which she was riding. Both legs were broken. , ' The BrtrtteiTbone have Teen unit ton. Kansas & Nebraska railroad i.l building a $21 000 addition to her here today discussing the railroad nln "chool which will have a study proposition with the Commercial na" 40,60 fee gymnasium of the club and the delegations from Carl- th' fiame dimensions with locker ton and Holland. It will be neces- room d a stage in connection sary for Abilene to nrovide for the w,th the gymnasium for nlays. man- sale of $50,000 first mortgage bonds ual tra,n,nK and lomeetIc science Mr. McManus says, and to vote $20,- C1"M rooms- etc. These are the very 000 city bonds for terminal pur- lDingB A6,'ene needs In order to I AiniinH 1, a. . poses. The meeting Is not over and " er naiur P'ace among the it is probable that the club will taketown Qf the state !l an educational UD th nronoRltlnn In conornl HU. I cusslon before the meeting closes. Carlton and Holland have good delegations here to attend the White Gifts for the King" was well lue ie,B'noD " expectea to DAieave tne Hospital tomorrow. Mrs. Heck will probably make her fu- were the " registered packages on which extra postage was paid. The number of packages delivered was the larg est of any Christmas in the office's record.. From Dec. 18 to 25 inclu slve. eight days, the office received io, sacKs or packages and paper mall and 82 pouches of letter .mail. The outgoing mail during this time equaled the Incoming mail, making a total of 380 sacks and 164 pouch es received and dispatched by the office during the eight days. Two extra carriers and one extra clerk were secured for the holidays and by their help every package was delivered following every mail. This morning the holiday was over and ordinary routine business (was re sumed. Despite the large volume of business handled only a few packages were received in bad con' dition and none was seriously in jured. Only one package was broken beyond identification and the con tents were later delivered ' to the right owner. This speaks well for the care with which the railway mail clerks handled their immense loads of presents. Bring your poultry snd eggs to Green Bros., corner Second and Mul berry. Highest market price. 2?wtf HERINGTON MAN IS INSANE. Doctors Say Lead Poisoning Unbal anced Mind. ' ' rProm Saturday's Dolly.) Gid 6tolfus, a prominent Hertng- ton painter, was - adjudged insane yesterday by Probate Judge Ander son and he will be taken to the hos pital for treatment.:? He is In bad condition and it is not probable that he can be cured. The -doctors said at the, inquiry yesterday .that lead poisoning' started the unbalancing of this mind and that drugs and other minor causes completed the wreck. He was a good workman and was well known, . Processional. Hymn, "Joy to the World;" Con gregation. Scripture, Carl Fengel. Prayer by the Pastor. Male quartette, "O Holy Night," ture home at Chapman. Each spring there is held in each congressional district a district bss- ket ball tournament to choose the meeting. Among those present are r,8tr,ct cnaraP,'n"niP team for the A. ,8. - Hawley, T. W. Sterling, Thos. Mitchell, James Mitchell, J. E. Car ney, John Elsenhower. Henry Elsen hower, George Elsenhower, William we tournament. Abilene is the logical place for the district tourna ment from Its central location on the Union Pacific railroad. Clar Bovce and C. W. Bell. The Carlton enier' Junction City, Cbspman. and Holland delegates are pulling 8o,onio1. Minneapolis and Salina In bard for the road. TOO MUCH CHRISTMAS CHEER. the Letter from California. Mrs. J. Shirk, -Pasadena, Cal., writes: We always look forward with pleasure to the coming of the Messrs. Kugler, Schrock, Royer and Weekly Reflector it is like a let wrff ier irom nome. At present 1 am Readinr, "Christmas Bells," Miss "enain out between thirty and thlr Katn. Rhporpr I nurses, lDCluawg JUlBSeS Orrhoatra ' I Myra and Amanda Engle and Effle -. - . . 1 . . . . UWIMVUI, II 1 L U 4 LB US RBL1KII ML I LI Introductory remarks, Buperln. K"- ' Abilene;, also Misses. May a too mtjen ennstmas cneer and p0M,blIltte8 of aterement for tendent. v . ",,u "e,ue A,V,B' we Mpeci lo 8m T ,v "- both school and town.' ko to Pallna ti Ifcr. and Mrs. J. L. Enrla with ml in tirina. sne was in Douce court rrimnrT , UHDHriuifinL: ntinic. net i e- . - - w an r nara a a a . a w. . I....L.. t),l. mn.nl.. .h. .k. ....... "V BJUilim- itation, Bobby Shearer and Herbert u wr, "."slums to accommodate the meet. And Her Fine Was f50 and Costs. the district and Alma, Manhattan and Ellsworth outside it geographi cally, but connected with it for ath letic purposes, all run into Abilene conveniently. " But we have no ac commodations for twelve or fifteea basket ball teams and their sup porters, consequently ws must see Delia Smith, a lady of color, lm- ' ; ' ; ,?. .. ! . ,-. , , S. 3 Fit Bit Caw Exactly. -. "When father was sick about six years ago he read an advertisement of Chamberlsln's Tablets in the pa pers that fit his case exactly, writes Miss Margaret Campbell of Ft Smith, Ark. - "He purchased a oi them and he has sot beea siek 9. I'r t' ' t ti r .rs troo- Hockensmlth : Recitation, ' Dorothy Harger; Recitation, four boys; Rec itation, . George Childs; Recitation. Martha Brown. . Junior Department: Vocal Duet, Hazel Royer and Nina Broughton; presentation-of gifts by six chil dren; yiolln Solo. Frances Fengel; Exercise, six children Piano Duet. Leone .Forney and Gladys Waller- stedt; class 1 presentation speech, Hattie Mauldln; class 2 presentation speech,- Charley Roop; class 3 pre sentation sneech, Mary Smith; Vio lin Trio, Mildred Oliver, Viola En gle and Mary Broughton; class presentation speech. Miss Freda Marsh. Senior Department: Class 1, pre sentation, Fred Lesber; Clarinet Solo,- Arthur .Podae:- Class 2. pre sentation, Stella Sherwoqd, Bertha Issitt; Double Duet, Misses Iona Shearer, Edna . Barr, Anna Bauer Edna Kugler. j , .... 'Adult Department: L. L. class, Presentation, Mrs, Jesse Beegh ley; Class 2, presentation, Mrs. A. Lesb er: Class 3, Presentation, F. A. Smith. Remark by the Pastor; Offering, Hymn 211; Doxology; Benediction Rev. D. R. Eyster, of Oklahoma $50 and costs and being unable to who is holding a series of meetings pay she was sent to Jail. The peace in Upland will be with us the first officers have been spending too of the year. The weather has been much time trying to keep her - unusually warm and pleasant and straight the police Judge liougbt xi.. M Itl S . x 1 I n w A m varA hn a v M A ft v M sKlail ine nowers win oe parucuiany . - iene BOmewhere In the Deautuui ana sounuant tor tne i mue wuemcr ii. woumu . Tournament of Roses on New Year's have a little influence with her. day PART OF LETTER Drives Off a Terror. The chief executioner of death in REACHED SANTA CLAUS. There are seventy-two second class cities In Kansas, besides the ten first class cities, and still we rank 29 in population. Over against that fact balance the one that Abl- 60's in high -school equipment. We have plenty of wealth, and circumstances are such as to warrant a much need ed addition to our high school plant In the lines of Industrial and phy sical training. Why not realize our the winter and spring months is staffed $10 Down Library Chimney responsibility and live up to It? for New Books. '- ' Cared of Lrver Cbmptabst. "I was suffering with liver com plaint," says Its, Smith of Point Blank. Texas, "and decided to try a 2Sc box of Chamberlain's Tablets. and am happy to say that I am com pletely cured and oan recommend them to every, one.. For sal by all dealers. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Childrea. Relieve feverishness, bad stom ach, teething disorders, move and regulate the bowels and are a pleas ant remedy for worms. Used by mothers for 22 yesrs. They never fail. At all druggists. 25c. Sample Free. Airew A. S. O..cted, La Eey. pneumonia. Its advance agents are colds and grip. In any attack by one of these maladies no time should be lost In taking the best medicine ob-J A part of the letter addressed to I talnable to drive It off. Countless Santa Claus in the Reflector last H. T. STEEPER Principal of High School. thousands have found this to be Dr. Monday reached the old gentleman Vlna Maw nianAMn "M-F fcnahanif believe it has kept htm from having and be ,0 t0 PP"ed to- pneumonia three or four times," warns a new za musical dictionary writes Mrs. George w. Place, Raw- The dictionary, was only a part of !0V" t'.l-; tn.a ""UTS: iter's requesu and it is-prob- eUU vi vu wffv issjbjvv u? v awwaaw equal." Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. Price 60c and 91.00 Trial bottle free at J. M. Olelssner's, . 8HIFTINO MOIL Resl Estate Transfer Reported by J. E. Keel, Abstractor. Benjamin R. Tyrell et ux to Chester G. Tyrell, sw t-11-2. fl. , Chester G. Tyrell et al to. BenJ. R. Tyrell nw 16-11-1. $1. John L. Marshall to Charles . Mar shall, w ft 23-11-1, w sw 4 15-11-1. $1. Herman W. Mitsch et nx land South worth, ne X 19-11-4, $6500. Ernest Geoffroy et ux to Jacob Brown, lots 5, sw L se 6 se V4 se V4. 8. in se 27 and 28-13-2, $u53. 1 Sarah A. High et nx to Lewis Amann w ne K .11-16-1, $5609. . able that a part of the letter was lost. If any of the patrons of the library should find it and care to send the other things they will be appreciated. Advertised MaiL For week ending Dec. 23, 1912 .Letters: Josepn Gebhart, Ora Hall, M. C. Jones, Regent D. A. R Chapter, Mrs. J. Richardson, War. Miesner, Mrs. Wm. Ruth, Geo. Sil- Inger, M. H.;8tarr W. L. Wingate Leah Wisraaa. CzmrAm' rraiV Cam C(.fi Campbell Hotel, Mrs. Sarah Camp bell. Lewis Humpnrey, Miss Gymina Hushey, Mrs. C. B. Jones, Miss Dery Keper. C. F. Moore, " Miss Ether Noel, James K. Of field. C. M. HARGER, P. M. Colds Go Over Night. If your head is stuffed up and you have a bard cold you can quick-. Iv 00 rlA nt tha mlaorT. 4 ...... , '." 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Hood's Ssrsaparilla acts on the mu cous membrane throuah the blood, reduces inflsmmstfon, establisbes ! beslthy art loo. snd rsdkaUy cures Do Not Ilave Son Feet, ;. An Allen's Foot-Ease Powder la the foot bath gives instant rdftf to Chilblains and all foot aches. Then for lasting comfort, Allen's Foot-Ease, the ar powder, in yoar dci. A'A C shslce X. Y. lWmt all caf-c-i of catarrh. 25c.