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i nn to) ni rat w rn Is a hard combination to beat these cool morn ings. If your grocer does not have both of these items in stock he can get them for you by calling up the iiii ca k - m v k a -m. m m a a IMS ABILENE KANSAS POSED AS CHAUFFEUR, NEGRO CASHED CHECK A negro appeared in Junction City recently and commenced to loaf around a garage there, telling Mr Whltmore, one of the owners, that "he was waiting for a car to be shipped there and unloaded. Cold weather, he said, had caused the owners of the car to return from 'Colorado by rail - and send him to -Junction City to unload the car and drive it to Lawrence. One after iooa k local banker called up " Mr Whltmore and said that the negro had cashed a check; for $5. SO, bear ing the signature of Mr. Whltmore. The negro represented that he was "working at the garage. The negro hu not been found. DR. W. O. FANSON BOUGHT RESIDENCE OF JOE WHITE Joseph White today sold his resi dence on West Third, which he has occupied for 23 years, to Dr. W. 0. Tanson, taking Dr. Fanson's farm In Cbeever township in the exchange. Mr. and Mrs. White expect to spend the winter in California, leaving about Dec, 1. "However, Abilene is still our home," said Mr. White, ""and we expect to build a bungalow later and reside here. This has been home to us too long ever to locate elsewhere." The Family Cough Medicine. Insevery home there should be a nottle of Dr. King's New discovery, ready for immediate use when any member of the family contracts a cold or, a cough. Prompt use wP" stop the spread of sickness. S. A. tid. of Mason, Mich., writes: "My whole family depends upon Dr. King's New 1 Discovery as the best cough and cold medicine in the -world. Two 50c bottles cured me of pneumonia;" Thousands of other families have been equally benefit ted and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discovery to cure their coughs, colds, throat and lung trou Dies. Every dose helps. Price 60c and 11.00. All druggists. H. E Bucklln & Co., Philadelphia or St XvOUU. FRISKY COLT OVERTURNS BUGGY; NONE INJURED The rig in which were Mr. and Mrs. Sommers, from south of town and two friends, was overturned this morning on the north side of the river bride and the occupants Of the rig thrown into the ditch along the road. None was injured ser iously although all were bruised. The river bridge crosses the river on the road leading to Buckeye avenue. Thft people In the buggy were driv ing north across the bridge when Dr.; Steelsmith came up "from the north In his automobile. He stop ped his car at the approach to allow the buggy to pass. The young colt that . Mr. Sommers was driving be came frightened and overturned the rig, the occupants rolling Into the ditch. The fault was not Dr. Steel- smith's. The buggy was damaged slightly but those who were in It felt that they had a fortunate escape. There are no approaches along the high banks on either side of the bridge to guard against such occur rences. DO YOU EVER VISIT SCHOOL?. Your Interest in Your 'chlkfren Should Send Yoa Therer "S Roads Are Dry Now. At this writing it looks as though the automobile fellows at Abilene are getting down to brass tacks There will soon be some novelty racing if the dealers do -not dry up with the roads. Hone Dispatch. AUBURN HAIR GIRL" REMOVES DANDRUFF Tlte "Girl With Auburn Hair" Rep resents Parisian Sage, the Most Pleasant and Invigorating Hair Tonic. Eczema and Itching? Cored. The soothing, healing medication in Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment penetrates every tiny pore of the skin, clears it of ail impurities tops itching instantly. Dr. Hob- son's ' Eczema Ointment Is guaran teed to speedily heal eczema, rashes, ringworm, tetter and other unsight ly ernptions. Eczema Ointment Is m doctor's prescription, not an ex periment All druggists or by mail "iOc. Pfelffer Chemical Co., Phila delphia and St Louis. .- .Parisian sage surely removes dandruff with one application makes the hair soft, wavy and abun dant. It cleanses, cools and Invlg i orates the. scalp. If you have dandruff, it is be cause the scalp is too dry and flakes off. Nourish the scalp with Par isian Sage' and dandruff disappears. Get today from J. M. Olelssner A Son a large 50 cent bottle it sup plies hair and scalp needs. Parisian Sage quickly stops itching head. takes away the dryness, immediately, removes dandruff, makes the scalp healthy and gives the hair that en viable lustre and beauty you desire. Look for the trade-mark the "Girl with the Auburn Hair' it is on every bottle. adv You look out carefully fof the exterior of your boy as he sets out ror school day after dy..Hemust hnVA ahlnv .h... . -u , . . ' j ouuca, won urusuea nair. a clean neckties, or he must stay at nome. But do you know anvthine about what they are putting into his neadT The old fashion! rnotse used to have, a throng on "ex hlhllAn l PW 1 ..... """"uu me cnuaren sanr sweet iittie songs about daisies, and spoKe pretty poems about the. bird lee. The question whether thev could keep a cash account or write hand that a human beine, could reaa was much in the backe-ronnd ir a parent happened into the school room on any day but the closing nn a hush of awe spread over the Jit- ue iaces at the unexpected siht leacner rattled her , papers oner ously and the pupils missed. Visit ors are more common in modern schools. But probably not one par ent in ten enters a schoolroom' once, m a term. And vet tha nuti. wnat they are doing with your chil dren is vastly more important rtban what the styles of children's .coats are. But the parents do not seem to think so. A treasure trove at Enterprise? That Is what heirs of the late Aug ustus Packard believe Is there and a search Is to be made of the farm premises In the hope of uncovering wealth that the father of the heirs Is thought to have made and secret ed on bis farm near Enterprise. F. W. Karl to administrator of the es tate, me late Mr. Packard was married twice, and twice divorced. Four children were bora of the first marriage and three of the last. Alii are living. The two sets of heirs are unable to agree on an adminis trator and so one was appointed by I the court. . Mr. Karl was In town today to consult with his attorneys about the matter. ' Several things lead to the belief that the late Mr. Packard chose a bank of his own making. In the flood of 1903 he is believed to have lost considerable money. The Packard farm Is down by the river, In a bend, and the flood wat ers completely Inundated the place and carried away, so the story goes, money that was hid about the place by the owner. Whether or not the treasure trove Is a myth remains to be seen, as well as who will be I the "John Silver" of it all. Chapter II. It is claimed that a daughter of j the late Mr. Packard by the first wife knows where the treasure trove is hidden. But the money Is hid den on a farm owned by a sonfbyl the second wife. The son of the second wife refuses to let anyone dig on his farm and says that the money, it there, is- his because it Is on his land. The daughter who, it I is said, knows of the hidden treas ure says that she will not tell where it is unless the money is turned into the common estate. Mr. LIKE FIRMS, CHURCHES Karl asserts that the money will be I TO HOLD REVIVALS found if digging will obtain It. Revivals are conducted by men in all kinds of business, says the Rev. Hugh Lomax. The special sales of Big Field Is Open to the Trained I mercantile establishments, are re- Men, vivals. Political campaigns are re vivals. It is not strange that churches sometimes engage in 'simi lar . enterprises. There is a revival going on right now In the Evangel! cal church, with the Rev. Mr. Hanne Children Cry fcr The Kind You Hare Always Boa&rht, and which ha been in dm' lor orer w years, na ooroede aijniatnre of f - l?s ly'r yt. sonal Supervision since lta Infancy. Allow no one to deceive, too In thi. All Counterfeit, Imitation and Jast-aa-food " are) but Experiment that trifle with and endanger: the) health of Infants and ChlMren Experienoe against Experiment. Whit Is" CASTORIA Cajtorla la a harmless gnbstitnte for Castor OH, Pare , gorlc, props and Soothing Syrup. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kareotlo substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshness For more than thirty years it has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY Bears the. Signature of S7 Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3 O Years NEED MORE VETERINARIANS. Kansas lost 9 3-4 million dollars' worth of live stock last year from diseases. Two thirds of this lose, verv Ulrolv pnnlri hnva hpn saved by competent veterinarians.' had Preaching and a blind man singing RAILWAY TIME TABLES. they been available. It shows the need of trained men to care for the death of Kansas' 255 million dol The Christian church will begin revival November 12 with H. G, Knowles of Nebraska as evangelist lars worth of live stock, says J. H. H ,B a speaker of great vlgor and mrni jt m il'a m T I tuorui iviiiier, uenu ui we ui visum ui tui- lnsrn Axtansinn At tha Asrrinulturn.1 I Roup can be prevented by giving '""'6' I l 1 Y J U .V. succeeding year has increased the TEACHERS TAKE QUIZ FOR CERTIFICATES a a. . vouuiy teacners' examination for certificates Is being held at the court house the rest of the week by Supt. W. o. Steen. The examina tions are held three times a vear. At the present time these have en rolled for the examination: Rot Snyder of Talmage, A. O. Hunt of Hope, ; Flora Leatherman of Chap man. W. E. Sterner of Detroit and Harold Ewald of Elmo. work and enlarged the field for men In this work. The testing of cattle "for tuberculosis is opening a broad field; the vaccination of 'bogs to prevent cholera, the outbreaks of contagious diseases in the state, the shipment of domestic animals from one state to another all this work is passing Into the hands of local graduate practitioners and veterin ary inspectors. There Is need for men, too, In government service, as city milk Inspectors, and to teach In the veterinary schools , of the country." HE DENIES INTERURBAN WILL GO ON TO SALINA ' drinking Water. Try it on our guar antee. J. M. Gleissner & Son. 23w4t PUBLICITY BEST SALESMAN. Constant Newspaper Advertising Wins- Says Advertiser. Advertise in newspapers if you would get the worth of your money, Make your advertisements attrac tive, but not effusive, and keep them permanently In , the papers until they have had the natural cumula tive effelt." This is the advice of Sir Joseph Beecham of St. , Helens, England, who Is the heaviest advertiser in the world. His concern has spent an average of one-half million dollars line from Manhattan to Junction ,owVBi"" City would be continued to Abilene and on through to Salina is denied flntlv hv T T Woat- nnaral man ager of the Manhattan Street and llcIt and property owners di- UNION PACIFIC Eastbound. ' 110.. 2:45 a;;m. 102 4:8i a. m. 104 H:i3 at m. 108 .......;....l:io p. m. 166 j 6:15 p. m. Westbound No. 101 2:10 a. a.T. a m no. iv l . .........z:35 p. No. 103 3:22 p. No. 109 10:38 p. No. 165 . 6:45 No. No. No. No. No. m. m. Salesmen wanted for a high grade line of house and barn paints, to so- Interurban Railway company, the company that operates the interur ban. He says: "There is absolutely nothing to it. If one of our stock holders made a statement of this kind he simply did not know what red. Will pay liberal commission, Electric Paint & Varnish Co., Cleve land, Ohio. 23w3t ROCK ISLAND Eastbaund 536 Passenger.... ...11:12 a. m. 566 Local Freight 3 p.'nu Westbound 535 Mjl,and Ezpreas,.t.J5:45 a m. 665 Mixed 1...!...I......10: 25 al m. SANTA FE .' '. Sonthboond ' 310 Feight .:..3:15 p". m. 306 Passenger '..;..;......11:00 a.' m. 308 Freight ........ ...!: 50 p. m. . Northbound - 307 Passenger ..... 8:07 a. m. 309 Freight .............11:00 a. m. 311 Freight ...:.i.-.....k12:46 p. m. Sallha Branch Leave for Salina 317 Mixed 8:20 a. m. 319 Mixed ................. 12:05 pf m. 321 Mixed ; 4:05 pi, m. Arrive from Salina X 318 Mixed :is at m. 320 Mixed -10:55 a'm. 322 Mixed .... ..3:10 p.m. '," j ' " . j ABILkNl'S SOCIETIES. ,t PATIT A n rtrt . . hah. M ter No. 15 meet in Masonic hall on the econd and fourth Fridays of each month. F. W. Mor.e. H. p.; joMphl Keel. Secretary. A. F. A A. M. Benevolent Lodo-e No. 18 meets first and thlnl nrX. Infrs In each month . Ma.nni. ..7, corner Third and Spruce. H. H. KeeL . w,: A woney. Becretary; Visit ing1 brethren welcome. he was talking about." Tne report was credited to a stockholder of tne company who, it was reported, said that this was a certainty. Avoid Sedative Conirh mJiim..' If yOU Want to contribute j u me occurrence of Mniiian bronchitis and pneumonia use cough medicines that contain codine, mor- puius, ueroin ana other aoi.t. when you have a cold. An expec- wiaui ins v;namoeriain's Cough emeay is wnat Is ndd That cleans out the culture beds or breeding places for the germs of pneumonia ana otner mnrm riu.. That Is why pneumonia nv.r r. una iruiu COia wnen Chamhar. lain Cough Remedy U dh it has a world wide reputation for Its cure. 'It contains no morphine or other sedative. . For aale, ati dealera. . .'' KINGMAN COUNTY ATTORNEY WILL DEFEND MILFORD John H. Connaughton, attorney of Kingman county, was in town to consult with William Milford, one of the four men charged with setting fire to a building in Herlngton. Milford owned the stock of shoes. Mr. Connaughton expects to defend Milford at the January term. He consulted also with C. S. Crawford, attorney for Guy Lathrop. Death of Mrs. Wise. Mrs. Katherine A. M. Wise died Monday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Thomas on South Broadway In Herlngton. Mrs. Wise was past 88 years old and her death is attributed to her. advanced age. ' They Make Too Feel Good. The pleasant purgative effect produced by Chamberlain's Tablets and the healthy condition - of body and mind which they create make one feel Joyful. Tor sale by all dealers, ONE MINUTE Buy It from the Dealer BENCH WASHER Wringer awlaga Is any of tare posltloaa kem Electric Power. Power. Kkw. 11 . - -1 . , . fPeted by Gasoline Ensine ask dealer about our Hand Power. trie or Gaeoune Power Washers, ONE RilNUTE RXTG. CO Nivfon, Iowa Abilene, Shockey A Landes. Chapman, ' London Bros. Dillon. Herlngton 4b Sondow. Elmo, Badger Lbr. Co. Enterprise, J. T. Buhrer. Iferlngton, Herlngton Hdw Co. -SOIJD BY Hope, Badger Lbr. Co. Hope, W. Koch & Son Hdw. Co. Manchester, W. E. Cramer ft Son. Talmage, A. C. Bathurst Talmage, RiceJohnti-Nlcolay L. Co. Woodbine, E. F. SchaubHdw. Co. Navarre F. C. Linden.