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1 j s ' V 0 rja-4 J Fountain Pen will eivs yon untold st!- taction every time vou fill it or write with It. Filled In stantlv at any ink-well by a alight thumb pressure oa ins 'Crescent-Finer" No fun. no muss. .Writes aa easily as filled, come in and let us ten you ait aoous ConkUa's SsU-FilUngPea. C. E. fsbrthcraft & Co. ABOUT PEOPLE. In in in In Will Lay of Newborn was in on business, . r . , ; . Squire Robinson of Hope was In .on business. V:;.. . v ' Miss Lou ' Fherson is visiting at McPherson. '.';. '""' " . - , Mrs J. D. Knox of Detroit was - chopping in town. ' .Henry Lehman of Holland was in town on business. .' Cliff Clark of Chapman was town on business, y Fred Myers of Carlton; was town on' business. ; Charles Fiedler of Pearl was 4own on business. V ' .' ' S. B. Dobbins of Hope was town on business. 1 Jas. T. Wilson of Solomon was in town on business. - ." "Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin re turned from a trip to Canada. Mrs. Guy Hall of Chapman was .In town on business. , v Mrs. Gus Benlgnus of Hutchinson' 1b visiting relatives here. '' -,. Dr. F. B. Jones of Manchester was in town on business. Miss Marie Rover goes to Lav- rence for a, visit tomorrow. Mrs. F. W. Myer and Mrs.i Harry Mason of Carlton , were shopping in .' town.'": , ' . :, . Robert Baker and Harry Said born of Chapman were here on bus- ' Iness. - Mrs. E. H. Heath and son Ralph of Kansas City are guests at the P. W. Heath home. ' Mrs. M. , V. Dobklns returned , to her home at Talmage after visiting relatives here. . Mrs. W. H. Barber will leave tc morrow for a visit with her son in Lawrence, v"; ; '' ' ?.,' ' Miss Moore of Emporia came in to visit with Mrs..' Charles' Knlsely at Buckeye. . , ...''.. I,. ; Levi Armour of Vine was in to " take the civil service examination here Saturday. M. E. Whitney of Willowdale was , in and made hjs assessor's report to the county assessor. Mrs. J. B. Wfarfield and daughter i, are expected home in a , -few days from California wb'ere they. spen( " the winter., " :. "','-.".' Mrs. Mary Allen and John .Ster ' rltt and two daughters of Amarilla, are visiting at the homes of W. S, ' Anderson and N. E. Gish. , , Miss Lover Eh nam came up from Enterprise to visit friends and to ' attend the meeting of the Sewing club' at Mrs. O. A. Sterl'i. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Parker and Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kennedy re turned to Leavenworth after attend lng the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Westrup. J. N. Burton and John Hoon went to Kansas City today with C. E Dyer and will return with new autoB. Mr. Bruton gets a Velle 40 and Mr. Hoon a Velie 32. Sam McCuIlough of Solomon was in town on business. Mr. McCul lough Was out with the Solomon . boosters yesterday and is hardly able to talk today. ' Mrs. D. R. Forgan and son Blaine went to Topeka to join Mr. Forgan , who has accepted a position as manager of the queen sware depart ment of the Emheizer & Spielman furniture and queensware store. RiXrTJT REFLECTIONS. Tor sale, Jersey cow. , registered. Just fresh. EL E. CouUon, For sale, baby chicks. Be each. Mrs. N.E. Reed, phone 1205 Abilene. - .. ' . , . . 80d2twlt Lost, on street '"(oday, large cameo pin. '. Finder please return to this office t and receive reward. . For sale, well broke family horse, perfectl gentle. Also road car and harness, good condition. Phone 443. Mr J; A: Wayts. ' . . wld2t The Abilene Monument Co. has Just placed ' a la,rge , granite monu ment on the Latto lot at Enterprise. ;v. ;.' - :'';;"w" ' A marriage license was issued to Ralph Millham and Miss Nelle Greenleat of SolomOn.". C. O. Musser has purchased the O. L. Moore residence on North Buckeye. He has postponed , the building of a new residence for an other year, ' ;! '"V. ' Abraham- Brechblll is' having a large monument placed on his lot at Bethel church by the Abilene Mon ument Co. ldwlt Mrs. Maude Law filedsult in the district court ' asking separation from her husband, Isaac T. Law, The charge is extreme cruelty. The Laws live In Abilene , 1 Fred Marts has purchased the residence of Mrs. A. K. Ruse in the northeast part of town and will oc cupy it in about two weeks. The price paid was 42800. -r-The following is taken from the Detroit items of the Enterprise Push: A lady in town had her in cubator setting about two weeks, then wondering if the eggs . were good, she picked one egg open, then pasted it shut. In a -few days she opened the same egg and pasted it dver as before and i Tuesday ' the little chick came out healthy am bright. If any one doubts this, please ask the depot agent. k ..." . ;. III ... -&Uj J n i A VV I 'iff, I Ml I If ... II I I I II II . ii.raw.. Ccinlnsnois? at: Qneo Unusoal Solo of WoiacD's Soils and Coats, on April - Olfcring AViHiout Pqrallol in : This Storo : . Beautiful garments pplendidly tailoredgarments that will , appeal to women of tast, : Made of the most popular fabrics such as Eponges, . Bedford Cords, French S rges, Diagonals,. 'Imposed Worsteds, etc., in' all the most .desirable' shades in vogue. O.ir customeis know We are not.giyen to exaggeration the reductions we advertise are bona fide reductions. ! DON' T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY OF SEASON "Early selections, are always be t, so we expect to be very busy. Classified into Four Selling Lots: , at at at at $9.35 ) Garments for - J merly priced up to $(0.50 $12.35 $14.85 $16.95 Garments for merly , priced up to t9 50 Garments for merly priced up to $27 Garments for merly priced up to $37.50 " - .' v. f : 1 I ' III 0.v . : I . ww.'sajr- . New Ratine and Ratinet 25c and 35c (00 The New Store New Batistes, Lawns and . Stripe Voiles 15c to 48c Anrtsrn wwwwwwwwr. . : ' - VVILSO N V1 AS BRYAN FAILS Been, For ale. ' About 30 stands fine Italian bees. Young queens, Moore strain, in modern, standard hJIes, a complete. Also extra hives, supers, frames, ap- pHances and bee books. Dr. Frank Parker, 900. Olive St., Abilene. 29d3twlt 1. I Pure Bred White Wyandotte, also Purer Bred Single Comb White Leg- torn eggs from special selected pens. Pifty cents per setting. Phone 1086 J. ; W. Rumold, Abilene, KadT " I 10w4t President Discusses SituaUoo With ' His Cabinet. ; ' ' ': f '' '"" 'V ' ' ' ' '' SECRETARY REMAINS ; ON JOB Has Cansed No Change of Sentiment In California and May See the Bill He Opposes Passed By Legislature. ridoy and Saturday Extraordinary Salo Lynn-Kean. The. home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Felbush of Acme was the scene bf S pretty wedding Wednesday evening April 23, when Mrs. Felbush's sis- communlcfttton wlth Secretary Bry- r w..hiin Anrll SO Practical-I iihuiubw.1 ly all of today was devoted by Pres ident Wilson to consideration of the situation arisingr from California's projected: anti-alien-land law. The president was in telegraphic $2 Yankee Doodle TJaists BBc We liave prepared for weeks for this extraordinary sale. In the "New York Sarket in February we purchased with a syndicate of buyers 300 dozen of these Waists. Our proportion was 25 dozen. V THESE WAISTS HAVE JUST COME 20 separate and distinct styles. . Plain white with embroidery trim, Bulgarian effects, black and white, pink and white, and blue and white combination. ter, 'Miss Sylvia, became the bride of Mr. Frank Kean of Abilene. The rooms were : brightened with ferns and cut flowers, the parlor colors wtdre green and white,- while the MORE OF GRAPE JUICE TALK. President Wilson Disappointed Over . ;' Bryan's Dinner Criticism. . '- . Washington, -April 80. President Wilson is said to be very much dis appointed, over the reception of Sec retary Brran's ! : temoerance views and the fun the English newspapers are) having with, grape Juice as. the subject. li,lf- . Both wine' and grape Juice were served at the recent cabinet dinner at the whits house. The-president told some of his Intimate friends he did not care to abolish a practice to long established in connection with official functions unless it could be accomplished without criticism. Nothing official on the subject Is obtainable bnt it is believed here that the only dry dinners so far as beverakes are concerned will be at tLs fractious over which the secrs !txry'.f ''Slste will 'pres-Ms."' i an al Sacramento, Cal., and laid the entire 'subject before the cabinet at a two-hour meeting. He also con ferred during the day with " John Raonct Moore, the acting secretary nving room was in pina ana wnue. of BUte wh0 ,n turn wag visited by ine weaamg marcn piayea Dy miss lVUpnnnt n.ind-. the Japanese am Oolda Lynn announced the approach I. ,. . of the bridal party who entered the No te,egram from or'to Secretary panor ano 100a tneir places unaer B d pubCi Mr. Mo0re Economy Dassment Spzeia! for Saturday 500 yards, all colors, 35c Ratine for ; ' , 19c Yard'. '"" We urge, you to come early Saturday for these values. . There's not enough to go round. Colors white, gray, pink, blues, tans, etc. a large wedding bell. Here the cer emony was performed by Rev. Hugh Lomax of the Abilene Christian church, the wedding taking place in the same room- in which three older sisters of the bride were married. The bride and groom were at tended by Miss Evelyn Lynn and Mr. Herman Felbush, and by two flower girls, Thelma and Zelma Campbell, twin nieces of the bride, The bride wore a , charming gown of cream Hvefallne : adorned in shadow lace and bead trimming and carried a bouquet of white carna tions. ; The . bridesmaid wore a very pretty gown of white voile over pink silk and carried pink carnations. After the ceremony and congrat ulations & three course Slipper was "served. Both young people are well and favorably known and the esteem, of their friends was shown by the unusual number of useful and valuable ptesents. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Lynn, old residents of Acme neigh borhood but now living in Abilene'. Mrs. Kean was formerly operator, at the Acme telephone exchange where She mads many friends. Is a kind hearted girl that always took pleas ure in making others happy. Mr. Kean is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kean who Jive west of Abilene. Frank is a sociable young man and an IndustricHis far mer. The young couple will be at home to their many ' friends after May 1st on the Mrs. 'Tate farm four miles isoBthjweet of Abilene. The best is none, too good as they Jour ney through life with 'its pleasures and adversities, and the i best of ev erything is our wish for them. We pay 2 cents more " than market -'" price for Eggs declined to discuss the negotiations and reticence was maintained at the white house. . , That the president was somewhat wnrrkd about the outcome of the situation was the .. only , impression gained from those who had talked with him about the question today As' far as could be learned, the at titude of the government 'still is one of hope that if an anti-alien bill is passed at all, it will be along the reasoni for further' delay, the optn lines of laws existing in New York, Jon t8 expressed today that the leg Missouri, Minnesota and' other states. Mature will take hold of the sit Sacramento, April 30. How long uatlon at once' and pass the bill pro Hrrtftrv Brvan exoects to remain hibiting ownership by foreigners in cooramontn na the active oppon-1 "ineligible to citizenship," while the ent of ' alien land legislation is the distinguished visitor looks on question with which the majority Adjournment has been set for May leaders in tho California legislature 3 f but lt j, planned to extend the are wrestling today in an effort io date to Mar 10. Even this exten- declde what course to pursue in car-jgIon aiiowg e8S than two weeks for rying out plans, for the enactment the .legislature to. wind np its. at of the particular kind of land holct-lfaIri and the majority leaders feel ing law that the majority leaders tnere lg no need to waste time with have in mind.-J. ; . -H . Jths alien land law when other mat- Secretary Bryan is. opposed to the ters of vital importance to tbk tate majority plan, " but that w bis rgu- J are . still on the flies, ments against it came to naught in I Although several messages la se- the secret conference with Governor cret code were received by. Mr. Bry Johnson and the legislators Monday! an today from President Wilson, Mr. is now apparent. He announced I Bryan- declined to discuss the eon thst he had said all he came to say tentg 0f D( telegrams. Their pos but, in the language of leading glbi9 bearing In the situation in Progressive senator, "He Is still gacramento is the subject of wide here," and tbe belief is current thut I BpecnJstion among the legislator. T 'The Store Dependable S Egg! 2c dozen more than market price Both houses turned to their routine work today as if there had been no he will remain until the bill is pass ed, ' .. rv . .; mn(trHnit leaders ' are not disposed to allow a filibuster to interruption check them, even one conducted by the secretary of state of the United The name Doan's inspires con 8tates, snd unless Mr. Bryan in tlV fidenee Doan's Kidney Pills for that h Is ordered to call kidner Rls. Doan's Ointment for 1st this afternoon ' presents nrgest skin itching. - Sold at all drug stores. BOTKIN WILL RETAIN CODDING'S DEPUTY. '.' Topeka, April 30.--Chas. Lindsay is to be retained as deputy warden of the, state penitentiary at Lansing when J. D. Botkin takes charge as warden, according to . report! that have oome to Topeka from Win field. Botkin's tome. Lindsay was appointed deputy warden about the time that J. K. Codding took charge of the penitentiary as warden and by those who are- familiar with pri son conditions he is given credit for the" excellent discipline at the' In stitution: It is the deputy warden who is in direct contact with the convicts snd guards at all times and Lindsay has been a conspicuous soc- cess. bo ne vui ds reiamea oj Warden Botkin despHe the fact that he is a Republican and an appointee of the Stubbs administration. There is stin some uncertainty as to when Wsrden Codding will leave the peni tentiary. The four year term for which he wa appointed does not ex pire nntil September 1st, but some time ago he signified bis intention of resigning July 1st.'' However, he bss not as yet filed bis resignation and it is sow reported that since the fire at Lanelaf he has about de cided to. retntia uatU the end of bis term. SURGICAL OPERATION TO CHANGE HI3 APPEARANCE Los Angeles, Cal., April 80. Or tie E. McManlgal, confessed dyna miter, plans to have his appearance altered by surgery when he is again a free man. .It is reported that he may be released any time, , and be hopes' to so change himself that no one, will know him as the man, whose testimony sent the McNa mara brothers and more than a score of labor officials -to prison.' Detec tives say his release will be kept secret. ' ' ' - ' " : McManlgal fell 'from a moving wagon when a child and the wheel inflicted an injury on his head that left a 'tear across bis forehead. Doc tors have told McManlgal' that' the , scar can be" removed. " GOVERNOR WILL START KANSAS UNTvERSITY FACl Lawrence, April 30.- Sitting la the executive offices in Topeka om Friday morning at o'clock Gover nor George H. Hodges 'of Kansas will press a button that has been placed there, and will formally open the first biennial exposition at tie University of Kansas. .