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' v v f t ' 1 k Sec IMS' l v .' 4. ,. A - - ! . - Big , 4 , . .T for . 1 'Mi " Some Mighty. Good Bargains 7. II, EICIIOLTZ CO UNDERTAKERS The Same Careful atten tion that; has been given tt the Eicholtz business for the past thirty-nine yeai ' it?; H. K. EICHOLTZ H. H. EICHOLTZ V V UnbhiI Embaltners Abilene Kansas T. E. CONKLIN, U- D. jvM'"'";; Specialties forgery , GysMtcology tad OobmUUHo Km. Phone t. Otflee Onr Lord' Grocery Btors, Public - Sale I will sell at public sale 4 miles seuthwetet of Abilene or mile southwest of the Baker bridge and 3 miles north of Acme on Dr. Haz lett farm, on . ' Monday, January 27th commencing at,10:80 a. m., sharp the following property: 8 HEAD OP HORSES. Bay boree 10 years old weight 1400 pounds; black horse 12 years old weight 1400 lbs.; grey horse 6 years old weight 1300 lbs.; black horse 3 years old weigh t, 1100 lbs.; 2 three year olds; 2 mares weight 1200 lbs. 11. HEAD OF CATTLE. Seven choice milch cows; yearling bull; 3 yearling steer calves. FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. Bain wagon with new box; extra . wagon box; McCormlck mower; hay rake; 14-inch Hummer gang plow; stalk cutter; hay rake; 250 lbs. barb wire; 13 bbl. steel tank., 2 500-bu. corn cribs; patent scoop board; set breeching . harness; Humane horse cellar; set single buggy harness. Also some hedge - posts, 1 2 tons of baled alfalfa hay in barn, first sutting; some loose alfalfa hay in barn; some alfalfa threshings; lot ef alfalfa seedr 600 bu. good ear corn in cribs; 20 bu. of white seed corn. ' V ' TERMS All sums of $10 and un der cash; sums over $10 a credit of 9 months win be given on note with approved security, at 10 per cent. If paid , when due only 8 per cent Interest will be charged. No prop erty to be removed until settled for. FREE LUNCH AT NOON IIUOOLF KilECGBl J. N. EUETCN, AsctloKeer. j L-i 1 1 WIS CANDIDATE TGZl IN HEPUBUCAN rRLMARJES. v ' ' ..... v.,-,..' " 4 . ' . .' ' .'I. . Warren Test Was Citanglng CJotbes at Round House When Attack- . ed by Heart Disease x I T . V rwnlent Her- ; , tngtoa Citlsen. ; ' From Thursday's Dolly. ' ' "; Warren Test, a prominent cltUen of Herington, and a candidate for sheriff In the Republican primaries last summer,. Jell dead at the Rock Island round house at - - Herington this morning " while changing his clothes for his day's work. Mr,-Test has lived at Herington for a numDer of years and has served on the school board and the city council of 'Herington. Last summer he en- tered the contest for sheriff of Dick- inson county in tne Kepumican pri maries and made a strong race. He was sixty years , old and has always been in the best of health. He got up, this morning the same as usual and without any complaint of sick ness went to the Rock Island round house where he . has worked for a number of years as a boiler maker. He was changing his clothes in the dewing room with many other rail road men when he fell , dead. Mr. Test stood high in the Boilermak ers' Union and has acted as griev ance man for the Boilermakers' Union at Herington for a number of years. He has represented the union ln' several of the national councils. His wife died at Herington about a year ago. A son, Clarence Test or Salina, and two daughters, survive him., . - :-; - ' The Inward Effects of humors are worse than the outward. They en danger the whole system. Hood's Sarsanarilla eradicates all numora, cures all their Inward and outward effects. It is the great alterative and tonic, whose merit has been ev erywhere established, 830 PARCELS RECEIVED IN FIRST TWO WEEKS. Parcel Post Business Growing. Ia Steadily idiAt Ltf i I Li) -i ' ' w , v ... 'Plement ana venicie ueaiera asbo The first half month of the par- eel post shows a decided growth in the incoming business of the AM-, n - M M t a Jm A airt 44 An Ana VI. ffa .one "u;T over the first week for the local Dusineea. nverj uiuce iu wu- made . report today to the V - msTereW-oT-the- fffrttetnr" days' business. Postmaster Harger s report showed 858 parcels delivered in Abilene and on the rural routes. The seqond week's business was three times as large as the first. The office sent out 465 parcels. The average weight of all parcels hand led was 25 ounces. Eggs, lard, but ter and similar articles are becom ing so common as to attract little, attention. Today a toy savings bank containing $50 In coins went throua-h the Abilene office. It was properly insured and the sender Is ,,n n i vftlii of the contents. "We have spent only a small sum for extra help thus far," said Mr. Harger," as the carriers were able to handle nearly all the naoiraM hnt It Is likelv that the business will grow steadily and we shall eventually have to put on a regular parcel post carrier depart- ment. That Is not likely, however, for a long time yet." DON'T OVERLOOK THIS. Careful Perusal Will Prove Its Value to Every Reflector Reader. The average man Is a doubter, and there Is little wonder that tnis is so. Misrepresentations make people management of the Herington tele skeptics. Now a days the public ask Phone lines lately purchased by the for better evidence than the testl- United Telephone company. The Her mony of strangers. Here is proof which should convince every Re flector reader. A. P. Spahr, 509 S. Second St.. Abilene. Kan., says: I used Doan's ,fu mil. m.t .attofio- tory results and I willingly add my -.-mf t fh'm.nv irMdr elven in thPir nralse. My back ached in- mv h.Mr aohAit in- tensely and I often had sharp pains through my loins. The kidney secre- "ate. Tney own tne exchanges ai tions contained sediment and their Abilene. Concordia. Belolt, Mlnneap irregularlty In passfcse was a source oils, Belleville. Downs. Phlllipsburg of great annoyance. On taking Doan's and in many smaller towns. They Kidney Pills my kidneys became also control all the toll, lines con normal and my pains and ache. dls nectlng the towns and practically appeared." RTe control of all the telephone For sale by all Tealers. Price 60 'business In this section. They ex cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, pert to make many improvements New York, sole sgents for the United in the system here snd give their gtateg patrons the best possible service. Remember the nsme Doan's The Herington exchange will be In and take no other. ady "Generally debilitated for years. Had sick headache, lacked ambition, was worn out and all run down. Burdock Blood Bitters made roe a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Mooeup, Conn. i VM' "State JuIim lav -l?loral Ow . . t -v .v txibntloeis. trr . . '';;!' ' , ; i i 't Senator ' Joe nowe. of 'Abilene finds himself placed on many import ant' senatorial committees. Senator Hows is still a young man but he la a man of ability and energy. Tnat'S why be was elected from his district. ; And Mr, Howe's district has cause for congratulations for Senator Howe will take prominent part in many of the, leading questions. Few senators have as many Important ccmmltteee as has "Joe" Howe. . ; Senator Howe is made chairman' of pne of the most important com mittees of all, that of committee on cnarltabie ,nd penal institutions ending, threw down bis little old three buildings. This will require wuch work and' inTe6tlKation. The Kansas peopie want these things managed right and that is why the senate . wg an yov piease. a marriage n placed a man ofblllty as chairman, cense Isn't, very much but somehow Senator Howe Is also member of the committee on fees, salaries! and mileage, TbV committee on nrlntln . finds Senator Howe among- Its members, j beginning ' of the end the moon Senator Howe is also appointed a ( light strolls, the cooing and the woo member of , the committee on ways Ing. the fascination of the quest and means. This Is an Important all. have given zest to a life which committee and requires men of ablkJe about to end. Maybe It's because ity in Its makeup. . of the realization of the beginning All In all Senator '"Joe", Howe Is of the commencement preparations coina to nlav an Important part In i for a home, a settling down in life, the senate. While Senator Howe was chosen as. senator from Dickinson and Clay counties, he represents the entire state. But Salina has more than a public interest In him. It has a per - sonal Interest. "Joe" Howe, every - b0dy calls him, "Joe" Is a Saline county product: He was born at Gypsum. He epent much of his life in this county and,. Saline , county men and women have a way of get- , ting to the top. And the people here ,'. are pleased, with Mr. Howe's election and believe be will really represent not his district alone but the state. Salina Union. H. J. HODGE SECRETARY. OF WESTERN ASSOCIATION. i For Twenty Fifth Time Secretary of Organization. H. J. Hodge was reelected : yes- Iterday the 26th time to the secre taryship of the Western Retail, Im- k-h.i pirn0n: offlofcrB elected fcy vention were:. President, H.D . Skin- ner, Braymer, Mo. vice president, viv-.. tnirwali nk At-. - " - T 1 wt(m. Tr-nton. Mo - W. , . w . r A. Carrington. Wellington, Kan. One hundred and seven new mem bers were enlisted and 1000 mem bers and associated dealers and manufacturers attended the sessions at the Century theatre-and the busi ness meeting at the Coates house. WHAT SUPREME COURT , SAID IN FLACK CASE. The syllabus in the Flack case appealed to the supreme court has, been received nere. u person charged in any reads: Ai Biaie wim treason, felony, or ofber crime, who snail nee rrom justice ana do iouna in another state, and who on de mand of the executive authority of the state from which he fled shall be delivered up and removed to the state having Jurisdiction of the crime, may be prosecuted for crimes other than the one specified with out Tlrst giving mm a reasonaoie opportunity to return to the state which surrendered him. EWALT WILL MANAGE HERINGTON PHONE LINES. G. R. Ewalt of Abilene will move to Herington soon to take up the ington Sun says: A deal was brought to a close Friday whereby F. H. Clarke ' disposed of the Herington telephone exchange to the United Telephone company of Abilene. The new owners will take over the bust". nee. of the exchange done by the former owners since January 1st. The united Teiepnone jo, me unnea leiepuuno tu, many exchanges in this part of the cnarge or u. k. Jtwau oi Auene. He Is a very pleasant gentleman, thoroughly versed In the telephone "iness and no doubt will be well liked by Herington people. He was formerly superintendent of the Abi lene exchange. . Sjaoky UlU Encampment. No. 121; t0..tld Important meeting Saturday night at I. O. O. F. hiltt At this time vtb'ere wlir be ten candidates fromAbllene present to receive (he degrees, c Following the business there will be a "feed and the robe committee of the Re- bekah lodge has been given the prlv liege of serving it At the last meeting of the encampment , the members donated $10 from its treas ury toward - the , purchase of robes for the degree staff of the Rebakah lodge. Salina Journal. , The city editor walked up to fhs desk of the probate judge this morn j Plunks, muttered a little oatn witu his rlgnt paw In the air and walked off with a marriage license Just as . t . giea ieiiow tne reeling or a ' ahakiness In the vicinity of his shaklness In the vicinity of knees just the same. Maybe it's be- cause of the realization that it's the ultimately kids to feed. For some reason unrevealed and not altogeth- er understood at the moment the shaklness is there. We have heard It said, however, that the vibration .In the region of the pedal extreml- , ties at the, time this first public doc- ' ument is signed is not to be com- pared. to tne swaying or tnese same organs when the time for the facing ' m al has sailvAil fWi Val rha Vi UIHBMV MOV Vf Wf s,uw girl In the case. She Is one of the fairest that Dickinson county bas produced. She has Just turned her nineteenth" winter and the roses in her cheeks have only lately broken Into their full bloom. Barly next month ate. will msrry an old time friend of?the city editor. This msy account for the .oath at the begin ning of the story maybe it doesn't, Luck' to "em.. ... . When'J6hn C. Gruber and Miss Al ma Rae, Curtis, living near Crystal Spring, lust five miles east of Salina left early New Tear's day and were eecretly l$iarr.Ie4 Junction City they were not alone.. Tt has Just come to light that another young couple ran away at the ssme time, that the two couples met each other In Ahl lene and fhat a'double weddlns; was perfqrmed by the nrobate Judge at Ion City Mcklnsox on . The Dickinson county people, how- ever, kept their wedding a secret Yesterday thev broke the news. On New Year's Day Mies Leah McPher son of Abilene and'Ralnh Keish of Carlton fled to Junction City and were married. They are living on East Seyenth street, Abilene. Yes. terday they told. They recited their plans and ho they met John Gruber and Miss Curtis of Pallna The two couples want on together and called on the Judge at Junction - .. Thr rfowfcl wed din a was . . ,, ...... nMnia ; . . ... ...t,,. m-AAtn hail all run from home snd were being married In, secret. Salina Union. i. H ASSIZERS MOVE TO ABILENE. KntorDrise Loses an Old Timer to 1 County Seat. Mr. and Mre. Herman H. Hassler i i ai f,iHUiiiA mWA! tn A Ki ll H II llltll 1U1I11LUIO mw'CU lene this week and they have be come residents of that city. Mr. Hassler went over Monday to take the oath of office as sheriff of Dick lnBon county. Mrs. Hassler remain ed here until yesterday while the sheriffs residence was being re paired. Arthur and Marie expect to go over the last of the week and will finish the school year at that place. While we are glad to see Mr. Hass ler honored with this position we dislike to see him and his estimable family leave Enterprise, for their places will be hard to fill. Being old timers here they will be missed by a large circle of friend. bore. They came here in 1876 and have been continuous residents since with the exception of one year spent in Abilene and seven years on the farm. During the years '85 to '88 and '93 to '9 Mr. Hassler was post master at this place and served with credit to himself and his constitu ents. He also served on the city council a number of years. Here's hoping Mr. snd Mrs. Hsss ler will like their new home snd that Herman will have a successful term in office two of 'em. Enter prise Push. Chronic Constipation Cured. "Five yesrs ago I had the worst case of chronic constipation I ever knew of. and Chamberlalln's Tab lets cured me." writes 8. F. Fish, Brooklyn, Mich. For sale by all dealers. 3 PQULTIIV . , . ,V U. I r ii CJ - lWJUriil J iUil J LLI ii Highest Cash Price Paid HIDES Old Brennaman RAISING TEACHERS' STANDARD. Nevr Laws Will Go Into Force Next Year. After May 1, 1913, no certificate to teach will be Issued in the stats of Kansas to an applicant who has not completed at least one year of high school work unless that appli cant has been an experienced teach er ; previous to the date on which the law goes Into effect. After May 1, 1915, it will be necessary for an applicant for certificate to have at least two years' high school credit and after May 1, 1917, the appli cant must be a high school grad uate to teach in the common schools of the state. This law, which was passed at the last session of the legislature, is expected to rales the standard of the common school teachers of the state.. Practically all of, the high schools of the county have normal courses now which have been accredited by the state and teachers are being trained in the high schools. When the prospective teachers present themselves for the county examlna'tion next spring they must all have had at least one year of high school work. END DISGUSTING CATARRH Money Back From Gleisener ft Son.worthy of the place. ! If Catarrhal Misery Does Not Leave Yon. Try the sure way. Breathe Booth's HYOMEI over the sore, germ Infect ed membrane, kill the gsrms and heal the sore spots. Use the little Inhaler that' comes with each $1.00 outfit five times through the day. At night use the vapor breathing treatment as direct- ed- ' 1 rules. of , the game in cbapel this Booth's HYOMEI does not contain moming. " any harmful drug. It Is Australian 'Tne orCBestra and the two glee Eucalyptus combined with effective cJub baye begun to prepare for Llsterlan antiseptics. 'their first concert to be given in the When the bottle of HYOMEI that neBp frtre ' comes , with your outfit Is gone you I Thft pftn aiBtrict bssket ball can M n8theZ-?S? J$ -?JlttmmwviLlM ."M. to" Satin, breathe it no stomach dosing, adv ,, hn .i,.. fPom the 14th and UNITED TELEPHONE BUYS THE HERINGTON COMPANY. A deal has gone through whereby the United Telephone company of Abilene becomes the owner of the Herington Telephone company's lines. The Herington Telephone company has been in a flourishing condition, owns a fine oXf ice-building and Is a big addition to the property of the Abilene company. Best Cough Medicine for CMren; words In praise of Chamberlain's j Cough Remedy." writes Mrs. LldaJ Dewey, Milwaukee. Wis. "I have used it for years both for my chll- dren and myself and It never fails. to relieve and cure a cough or cold j No family with children should be without Is as it gives almost imme- oiate rener in cases oi cruuy. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy it 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. BRADY IN FIRST PLACE ON SENATORIAL BALLOT Boise, Idaho, Jan. 17. Chief Jus tice Allshle of the Idaho supreme court yielded first place In the sen- torlal short term contest today to,scienc?e, mathematics, Engiun-ana ex-Governor James H. Brady. The , Joint ballot resulted as follows: James. H. Brady 27, James F. All shle 26, Thomas R. Hamer 9, scat tering 20. KIoi7 ft be (SeirSaSin) 17 I &w"mg (SDuGtiopa!in)! Priudlca la a hard thins- to overcome. but where health is at atake and the Dlnlon of thousand or reliable people dlffere from yours, prejudice then be come your menace ana you ought to lay it aaide. Thta la eald in the inter eat of DeoDle eufferinir from chronio constipation, and it ia worthy of their attention. In the opinion of letton of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation Imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Tou mar not have heard of it before, but do not doubt ita meritSon that account, or because it baa not been blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recom mendation. Parents are jrivlns; it to their chlldrea today who were given It by tbeir parents, and it baa been truth fully said that more druggists us it personally in their families than any other laxative. "F7T7- i ll - ' . FURS Stand, Phone 715 ABILENE NATIONAL ELECTS . OFFICERS FOH THE YEAR. The stockholders' and' directors' meetings of the Abilene National bank were held last evening. The officers and directors were reelect ed: President, G. A. Rogers; vice president, J. B. Case; cashier, P. N. Gleissner; assistant cashier, G. W. Rees; directors, O. A. Rogers, J. B. Case, J. E. Brewer, C. M. Harger, H. L. Humphrey. The bank's report Bhowed one of the most propsperous years in its history, i " ' HIGH SCHOOL, NEWS. ' Prof.- Wheeler end Miss Lewis of K. 8. A. C. gave . very ' interesting talks in chapel Monday. '. The discussion of the parcel post question In the debate next Friday evening will be both interesting and Instructive. Don't fait to attend. The Senior Reading club met on Monday evening at the home of Miss Marie Nuss.. . The members are read ing - Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. The tryouts for basket ball met this week and elected Curtis Brewer captain. The members made a good choice as the position is a respon- slble . one and Curtis is : certainly The mid-year exams begin next Tuesday and everyone - has been working a 1 little harder than usual this i week'. Just to show" those in structors what they can do. "Don't you know?" , ' The' 'orchestra gave some special music inn chapel this morning. j ,. The, . captains and coaches of, the two basket ball teams gave some en-; iMening remarks in regard to the 15th of March to the 7th and 8th. Don't fall to attend the debate In the high school auditorium next Frl- day evening. The admission fee will be small - and you will certainly get the worth of your money. EDUCATIONAL POSITIONS PHILIPPINE SERVICE. ; The last examination before ap pointments to the' Philippine teaching- aervira for next year year are made ,8 announced by the United States civil service commission for March 12-13, 1913, In the various , clt'leg throughout the United States, ' m ilia.,.iai p.h, ,Bd; V", w " 1 7 7 , II,,." assistant. Graduates of college and normal schools and of polytechnic an(j agricultural schools are desired. Well prepared teachers with suc cessful experience are eligible. The entrance salary of the majority of male appointees is $1200 per an num and expenses to the Islands paid by the government, with eligibility I for promotion up to iuvu as ieam- er and up to J3000 as eupermtenq- i .i . i i a ent. ' i The service requires: Women for home economics; men for agricul- tufe, manual training, high school supervisors of school districts. For Information' relative to the nature of the service and the ex amination, address Bureau . of . In sular Affairs, Washington, D. C. ' Letters recently received from Mr. Frank Adams, 1411 K. th St, Wichita, Kas., and Carrie Nlchol, Ashland, Kaa., are, but a . few of thousands a how ins the esteem In which Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin la held. It is mild, gentle, non-grlplnr not violent. Ilka aalta or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that In time nature again doea its own work without out- ' side aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It 1b the regular way of a druggist at fifty centa or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home) free of charsre by almply addreaslna Dr., W. R Caldwell. 40& Washington SU Manticello. 111. Tour name and i address on a postal car. will do. r i Iv.' 'I iy.1 .