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iMnvv iQ fho time. Your oDoortunitv is at hand. Our regular End Sga30i Cash Sale3 will begin Saturday,
Jan:Tl7l9l3. We clean up our stock and you get the benefit Look over the Special Values below, then come and examine the goods. It is your harvest time and it is up to you t - take advantage of it. h lEfnil lffllBn Mfelllln KiBll . asss i i Mssssssssssssssss isbsbbbsbs sbs , 7 1 w i-imw- wa a nmi An mnwci v masks' 1 Hart Scriaffner & Marx, Cloth craft and J. Capps Suits and Over coats at 25 per cent discount Suits and Overcoats reduced from $10 to $7.50 : $15 to $11.25 $20 to $15 $25 to $18.75 Young'Men's Suits and Overcoats at sweeping reductions. 25 per cent discount New nobby goods to pick from $8 Suits and Overcoats now $6 $9 Suits and Overcoats now $6.75 $10 Suits and Overcoats $7.50 $12 Suits and Overcoats now $9 The Famous Best Ever Boys' Clothes, new nobby goods 25 per cent discount $3 Suit $2.25 $3.50 Suit $2.65 $4 Suit $3 . $5 Suit , $3.75 ' This sale includes every Man's, Young Man's and Boy's Suit and Overcoat in the house. Come early and take your pick. Remember those that come first get the best to pick from. If you phone us your wants we will deliver by Parcels Post. COUNTY TEACHERS MEET HEBE JANUARY 18TH Professor Fiske Allen of Normal Will Make Address. The second meeting of the county teachers" association r will be bold here January 18. The principal ad dress" of the meeting -will 7 be made br Prof. Fiske Allen of the -State Normal at Emporia. Mr. Allen is one of the new educators in the state and has been drawing wide atten tion since he came to the Normal a year ago. He came direct from the Teachers' College of Columbia Uni versity to take charge of the depart ' ment of mathematics at the Normal. His address. will be one of interest to the teachers of the county. The meetings will be held in the high school auditorium and most of the teachers of the bounty will be in at tendance. The following is the pro gram of the meeting. Morning. 10:30: Music, D. C. H. Address, Professor Fiske Allen, Kan sas State Normal. Afternoon, 1:45: "Capturing the Child's Interest." Miss Catheryn Frisk, Enterprise; ''The Use of Lit erature as a Means for Teaching Oral Language," Miss Frances H, Norris, English Department D. C. H. g.; "Forms of Play or Relaxation Best Adapted to the Teachers," H. T. Steeper, Abilene: Discussion, Supt, J. J. Yoder. Enterprise: Symposium, "What we are doing on the Play ground." C. W. Wheeler, Hope; Miss Grn'-plee Woolverton, Talmage; RoscO McPullough, Enterprise; Miss Eva Diehl. Abilene; Miss Almeda Brown, Solomon. COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL HAD DYPTHERIA SCARE Work Was Suspended the First of the Week. Sorely BanHjhes Catarrh Where there's catarrh there's thou sands of catarrh germs. You can't get rid ' of catarrh unless you kill these germs. You can't kill them with stomach medicine or sprays because they can't get where germs are. You can kill these germs with Booth's HYOMEI, a penetrating an tiseptic balsamic air that you breathe a few times a day directly over the raw. sore,, germ infested membrane. It does not contain morphine or any habit forming drug. For catarrh, croup, coughs and cold. MYOMEI is sold on money back plan by Glelssner & Son. Com plete outfit, $1.00. Extra bottles of Booth's HYOMEI if afterwards needed, only 50 cents. Just breathe it no stomach dosing. adv flOO Per Plate was tiald at a banquet to Henry Clay In New Orlean la 1842. Mighty costly for thoee with stomach trou ble or indigestion. Today Pon1e everywhere nse Dr. King's New Lire Pills for these troubles as well as liver, kidney and bowel disorders. Tasy. aafe. sure. Only 25 cents at Cleissner Son's. The county high school at Chap man suspended work on Tuesday and Wednesday , of this week because of dyphtheria which byoke out in the school. After being' out of school for two days the sitiool board thought the situation was well in hand and ordered the school opened again. Only one bad case is jeport ed and it is probable that it will be stopped without spreading. MARKET DAY SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 25TH, JAMES H INCHON IS NEW DEPUTY SHERIFF. Has Been the Deputy Under Jack Young. Sheriff -elect Hassler said today that James Hinchon would be deputy sheriff when he came into office nest Monday. Mr. Hinchon has been the deputy under Jack Young and the work will not be new to him. The market day, is scheduled this month for January 25, The mer chants expected to drop the market day during the extremtly cold win ter months but the farmers gave such good attendance to the Decembers-market day , and it proved so successful - that, the merchants have decided to keep the good work going. . ..) t BIng your poultry and eggs to Green Bros., corner Second and Mul berry. Highest market price. 27wtf SENATOR HOWE GETS " A GOOD CHAIRMANSHIP. Heads "Committee on Charitable and " Penal Institutions. Only Three Times in Last Century Was the Date So Early. ABILENE HIGHS WON WITH A BIG SCORE: Will Play Ellsworth Here Next Frii , j day -Hiaw. USED STOVE POKER . ON HIS SON'S HEAD. W. H. Ausherman, who lives near Manchester, was in Justice court to day on a charge of beating his Bon Harry with a. stove poker. Harry claims that his father struck him over the head with the poker with the result that the poker was very much damaged and his head was somewhat damaged also. The poker is pretty well bent and will be used as exhibit "A" when the case conies to trial January 14. Mr. Ausherman gave bond of $200 for appearance in court. Teachers' Examination. The regular examination for coun ty teachers' certificates will be held at the court house, Abilene, Kansas. January '24 and 25, 1913, beginning at 8 o'clock. W. O. STEEN, dl0-21-wl County Supt. The Abilene highs displayed a jgreat Improvement in form last night and won from the Bennington highs In an easy walk. Referee Karl Mil ler of Salina who worked in both of the games in which Abilene has nlaVed this year said that the team had made great improvement and that it had the material for a pen nant winner. The star of the game was Curtis Brewer who tossed 16 of the eoals for Abilene. On accovnt of the bad night and counter attrac tions te attenrtince was small and consisted of about 200 high school rooters. The lineup was: FranMR Little, center: Noble Brewer and Dave StanW, guards: C. Brewer. Leslie Kauffman and Ernest Bops. forwards. Te team olays tonight at Junction CHr and the next . Mine on the home flon" I sebed",e1 for next Friday night with the Ellsworth J i . "i i team. J The hlh school and elehth grade elrls of the oarneia senooi pim a 27-17 trame In favor of the bleh school as a rvrtaln raiser to the big game last night. Joe Howe pulled one of the best chairmanships at the disposalof the fcansaa senate this week ' in the Dethbcf atic shuffle at Topeka. 1$ .was'1 hardly, luck that won for Joe, howeyer,, for the ' cards . had been' stacked for him. This committee handles the business of all the state charitable and penal Institutions for the senate. Under his supervision,! will be the state penitentiary, the state reformatory, the industrial school at Topeka, the girls industrial school' at Belolt, the school for the blind at Kansas City, deaf and dumb school, at Olatbe and the state insane aavinma Joe was the man for the Job and be landed ft. e will be" in a position to show up big during the coming- session of the legislature. L. N. ARNOLD STARTS NEW BANK AT MANHATTAN. Only three times in the last cen tury did Easter come as early as It comes this year March ..3. Twice In the laet century it fell on that date, and once a day earlier. It will not again come as early until the 21st 'century.' "" ' " '"""'!'' Easter is determined by the pas chal moon the 14th day of the cal endar moon, or the full moon which comes upon or next after March 21. If the full moon comes on Sunday then Easter is the next Sunday fol lowing. Thus It cannot come before March 21. In 1818 It came on March 22 and in 1845 and again in 1856 It came on March, 23, the same as W. E. BEAR SEELS FARM FOR f 100 PER ACRE. L. D. Arnold, a former Dickinson county business man, will open a new bank next week at Manhattan. A number of prominent businessmen and farmers make up the list , of stockholders. The name will be the Citizens State bank, with a capital of $50,000 and surplus of $5,000. , 1.1 ill V .Vi a rasblof find .Mr. Arnold win ire 1 the bank will be operated along safe. lines. -- , : 7 m.nt rvinstinfltinn Cured. V'liiuun 1 hud the worst rase of chronic constipation 1 1 ever knew or. ana i namuenanu d il. mo " writes S. F. Fish Brooklyn, Mich. For sale by all dealers SHIFTING1 SOIL Real Estate Transfers Reported by . J. E. Keel, Abstractor. Jeremiah E. Sullivan to John T. Hobbs, lot 116, Main St., Solo mon, $600. c Jesse C. Hoover to Jacob Hoover, nsw 9-12-3, $16,000. HEALTH is fully restored by the gret alterative and tonic. Hood'r Sarsapari'lla, and von remember tht old savin, health IS WEALTH Children Cry - FOR FLETCHER S CASTORIA A Girjt's Wild Midnight Ride. To warn peoole of a fearful for est fire in the Catskllls a young girl rode horseback at midnight and sav ed many lives. Her deed was glor ious but Hives are often saved by Dr. King's New Discovery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which miirht have ended in consump- , tion or nneumonla. "It cured me of .a dreadful cough and lunc disesse." writes W. R. Patterson. Wellington Tex., "after four in our family had died with consumption, ana I gstnea 87 pounds." Nothing so sure and safe for all throat and lung trou bles. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Glelssnei & Son. "I suffered habitually from consti- n . i M ru.'. DaimlAt pat lavAil anrl wuu, Lua u m ." ft"-1- - strengthened the bowels so that they . . t IN nave Deen regular ever since. a. Davis, Grocer, Sulpbar Sprlsgs, Tex. W..H. EICHOLTZ CO UNDERTAKERS , The Same Careful atten tion that has been given to the Etcholtz business for the past thirty-nine yeau H. K. EICHOLrZ.' H. H- EICHOLTZ. L'.oea..d aDalmrs Abilene Kana W. E. Bear of Buckeye has Just sold his fine 80-acre farm to C. A. Rutter of Gage county, Neb., for $8000. This Is the highest, price paid for land in Buckeye this year. Mr. Rutter takes possession j March first. Mr. Bear will have 8 public sale soon and will then make a vinit to Pennsylvania and spend next win ter in California. Mr. Bear cqne to Kansas in the early 70's an! by hard work and industry has made a success. He deserves to take hfe . i.ii.. , easy lor. a wuno. Best Cough Medicine for Children. "I am very glad to say a few words In praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. Llda Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. "I have used it for years both for my chil dren and myself and it never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold No family with children should be without Is as It gives almost imme diate relief in cases of croup.' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy n pleasant and safe to take, which is of great importance when a medi cine must be given, to young chil dren. For sale by all dealers. ' Do Not Have Sore Feet. An Allen'a Fooi-iOase Powder in the foot bath gives instant relief to Chilblains' and all foot aches. Then - for lasting comfort,' shake Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder, in your shoes. All druggists, 25e. 16-4 wh CASTORIA For Infants and Children. lb Iki Yea Kiti Atajs l:zp Bears the Signature of For anv itchiness of the akin, for skin rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan'a Ointment; at au arsg stores. Public Sale Having soil my farm I will sell at public, auction 4 miles north and t miles east of Detroit, 4 miles west and ft mile north of Chapman, - I miles south and Mt mile east of 'Moonlight 'n. i ,',-!,-. .-;-(. Wednesday, Jan. 22 commencing at 10:30 o'clock, the ' following property II HEAD OF HORSES ATD 1 MULE Bay gelding 10 years old weight 1400 lbs.; brown mare in foal 10 years old weight 1450 lbs.; brown horse 7 years old weight 1400 lbs.; bay mare la foal 9 years old weight 1100 lbs.: bay mare in foal 7 years old weight 1250 lbs.; black mare 4 years old wt. 1200 lbs.; roan mare 4 , yeara old wt. U lbs.! 'grey mar in foal to Jack, 12 years old wt. 1850: black gelding coming 2 years old; black mare coming 2 years old;, spring mare colt; mule one year old. 82 HEAD OF CATTLE. Nine milch cows 6 of them fresh, , three will be fresh by day of sale or shortly after;' 6 yearling heifers; 2 yearling steers; 10 calves from 3 weeks to 6 months; 2 4-year-oia beef cows. 4 HEAD OF HOGt. Three bred sows, 39 fall shoats. FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. , Eight foot Deering binder run three seasons, Oliver sulky plow has plowed only 40 acres; J. L , corn binder in good repair, J. I. Case, ridina; cultivator used one sea- . eon; 2-row weeder good as new; dl?. harrow: 3-section steel harrow; imp. ber wagon;, truck wagon; Standard" mowlne machine; sled; bay rake-;' Sr. sets work harness; DeLaval cresn separator capacity 45Q IM. Two hundred young hens, some alfalfa hay in barn, setter chicken coops, other articles too numerous to mention, , ,.r - iw- TERMS All sums of $10 and unV ' der cash; sums over $10 a credit of f 8 months will be given on note with approved security at 10 pe- cent, if paid .when due only 8 per cent interest win be charged. No property to be removed until settled for. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. S A. C. LONG J. N. BURTON. Auctioneer. Clean old papers can be had at tht Reflector office at 5c per bundl.