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ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 23, 1893. iolS&SSgffiySSSgWgcr.
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VilS IVI, IhnnWal (live
WAT ) Ibanksl Hear the
Veils a rlnslnc;
thank-il Hear the
While tome aoula
are fry I (iff out
"What thall I rive
NMr chiia ii coner "My wir is Uf .uir
"My fortuna'elostl' "I'll curto Instead!"
"Ceaxj, ye bells a rlncicp; hush the tbolr sing
Woe my soul Is stlojlnff; heart la anguish,
No place hath nratsc, within mo hero.
Hut all la anger, pain aud fear "
Hold jel llnld yel MM the promise nlvrnl
Ulest ah ill they bo, who. In sorrow driven.
J'ahi beneath tho thaM'i.lnn rod.
Loving ever, truMtna Uod.
He strong, f All not, be dJ low tho head.
fc-o. In eel peace, shall ye, be led,
Ever In tho Joyful singing: "To the cross I tn
Angel 'round thee winging, while tho bell arc
TraiieGoJ.rom whom all bles-dngt flow,
H 'as 111m all crealnre here below
They wero a very young couple: that
accounted for It largely, and whllo tho
affair was certainly ludicrous It was
not without a touch of pathos. They
both declare that they have better
senso now, and that tho Ulie, with
them at least, .shall never occur agalu,
co there cun scarcely be any harm In
telling all about It
When they went to housekeeping In
a modcstway In a fashlonablo street
In tho national capital rents were not
so high as they are now. They had
many friends, some of them rcry
wealthy ones, and, as her entire Ufa
had been spent In Washington, she felt
that a change from single tu doublo
blessedness would not alter things ma
terially. While tho streets and her friends re
rualned unchanged there was a certain
Indcfluablu something that shaped It
self presently she could not entertain
as she had been used to In her father's
bouse; neither on such n scale, nor
with such lavish hospitality.
Shu fretted a little, at llrst quietly,
then she confided her woes to her bus
band, for she told him everything, and
ho, goo 1 fellow, toolc tl ery much to
Uclng n lawyer without any conoid
rrnblo practice, for he wni a young
man In his profession,' ho did not tec
his way out of It in that direction. Hut
the Idea suddenly stiuch him that he
would try to get tome hind of an of
ficial position. .They had Influential
friends in tho political world, and it
oppenred quite clear sailing.
The plan met with hU ulfu's prompt
npproval and slic concluded on tho spot
to begin tho slego by giving u Tlinnka
glvlng dinner. Somo people might
have thought It wiser tu first get tho
desired position and then give thanks,
but she .looked upon It differently,
from the point of view of the almanac
as It were.
A presidential candlduto hail just
been elected and would take his seat
the following March. The minister of
the church they attended was also the
pastor and Intimate friend of his ex
ccllenoy-elect, and It seemed very
fitting and auspicious that he, together
with his wife, should bo honored
guests. There was, also, a cirtaln dis
tant cousin of the successful candidate,
a very pompous old lady with a ter
rible predilection for her neighbor's
affairs, whom It was considered wise
to ask, and to entertain her there wao
young Mr. de Post, who led cotillons
and gossip with equal facility.
Whllo Mrs. (irlinm had very pretty
glass and china, In keeping with the
rest of her modest establishment, It
dti not seem grand enough for such a
distinguished and critical company, so
alio borrowed her mother'a aervlce,
from tho silver soup tureen to the nut
This plan was readily feasible, as her
parents took dinner with an elder sis
ter upon that day. Xo sooner was this
arrangement completed thaif It seemed
very out of place to let I'nnny, the col
ored maid, wait at table with such ac
companying magnificence: they ought
to have a butler. They got one In tho
person of 1'anny's father, who had como
Up from Manassas Junction to spend
the day with his family, and that was
where the trouble began.
He was an eminently respectable old
man, and when ho had gotten hlm-clf,
after much groaning aud tho assist
ance of his wife, the cook, luto an old
dress suit of Mr. Grimm's, he looked as
If he knew the proper thing to do,
which was far from tho case. Ills wlfo
had been doubtful from the first. "lie
kin drive a kerrlgo Jest lovely, 'Miss'
Maria," she said, "but he doan know
outhln' 'bout waltln.'"
"nut Tanny can drill him," "Miss"
Maria had said, airily, as she set out to
Thankiglvlngservlcca In company with
Tanny, dressed In a new gown and
with a liugo white cap on her very
black head, admitted tho guests with a
gravity of countenance that would
havo befitted a servitor of Qfty years.
Vvmsj- 1mm! vrvoAUiuUplTlass. JueUnr,
(TsS-JtO fly William ARMTn,OM.v
her fatter, lied not proven a very apt
pupil. Ho OA.ccd uany etrango ques
tions after he had Insisted that ho un
derstood CTerythlnjr. Tho butler'
pantry was too small to hold them
both or she would have) remained by
her parent during tho ordeal; but alio
stationed herself at the foot of tho
dumb waiter to ndmonl&h In stage
whispers If necessary.
Jupttcr wiped tho perspiration from
his brow with a red bandanna and car-
JuriTEii cinrauo l.v Tim tour.
rlcd tho silver tureen. With the ex
ception that he put his thumb In Mr. do
l'ost's soup nnd then wiped It dry with
his bandanna, that portion of tho ban
quet progressed favorably. Hut when
the raw oysters wero nerved ho took a
platd of macaroons from tho side
board, and, doubtless mistaking them
for a new variety of crackers, gravely
olTcrcd them. Tho hostess flushed vio
lently and tried to distract attention
from her husband who, though he said
only a few words toJup!tcr,had looked
buck unuttcrabU things an to cause
htm to drop the dish on tho sideboard
with a bang. 1'rcsciitly ho barely
grazed tlio minister's head with the
turkey platter. Keeling that energy
might compensate for the vacuity ex
isting In ids mind, Jupiter proceeded to
'ply every uno with thu dishes on tho
table, baited almonds and bonbons
careered about tho board with light
ning rapidity, lie even grasped tho
macaroons again, but a sudden mln
trust seemed to scizo hlra and ha
dropped the dish. Ho was breathing
heavily aud each moment his unwonted
apparel seemed to grow smaller for
The hostess strove bravely to appear
as If this was a dally occurrence In every
well regulated household, and that a
stream of gravy extending across.'tho
cloth and down a breadth of her best
gown was merely an adjunct of
Thanksgiving. The host forgot all tho
speeches ho had Intended to make In
praise of tho president-elect and all tho
subtle antennae of diplomacy that he I
was going to put forth to the minister
by way of starting affairs. Ho could
only feel rather than see, for ho scarce
dared look up. That Mr. do I'ost and
tho executive-elect's cousin wero stor- i
ing a fund of anecdoto that would re
gale many a dinner table he had
caught sulllclent of heir exchango of i
glances to rest assured of.
As for the minister, his kindness of
heart was as proverbial as was his
sense of humor. If ho laughed rather
more heartily at his own stories than
was his wont both host und hostess
were thankful to him for diverting
some Bmall degree of attention from
Jupiter's aimless and comical gyrations,
Jupiter, you hnvo not served the
tomatoes." bald Mrs. (irlmin. Mr.
Urlmm felt tho perspiration start out on
i start out on
the back of his neck; bo was wondering
what new catastrophe wns in store.
As for Jupiter, ho smiled blandly. Hero
at leust was something hu could engi
neer. "Tomattiises," he onlered of
Fanny. A great whispering ensued,
then came a pounding on the dumb-
waiter that set all tho glasses and
crockery on tho pantry shelves to
Jingling In unison.
A family altercation was In ener
getic progress. Tho guests looked at
each other and the hostess tried to
chatter It down. Hut no one human
throat was powerful enough for that.
"Send up them tomattuscs."
"I tell you they uln't nono."
"They is, 'Miss' Maria says they Is."
"I tell you they ain't, you olo black
fool you," tho voice was that of the
cook. "I dun forgot to open 'em, I
dun tell you. Ifjou doan b'lleve me
uso your own oyes, you olo country
nlggah In Maw's Jawn's pahty close,
alookln' like a scarecrow lu u cawn
flel'. Now look!"
Tho waiter came up with a bang.
All was still. Jupiter was doubtless
"looking." Presently the gucsti j
looked too. He appeared upon the '
scene with an unopened can, glowing
with a gorgeous label, In either hnnd.
"Ueg pawdon, 'Jltos Maria, but that
olo" He got no further. There had
been a swish of skirts on tho stairs.
Tanny darted across tho room, pushed
her surprised parent into the pantry
and turned the key. With nn air of
elaborate indifference as though noth
ing had happened to mar the oe-f-.il.n-
lm ivtimtxH t'r nlarfxt. al
Ifatfti.lilill.1 M.n jib
"8EXD Ur THEM TOMATTUSES."
tho ilfiincr progressed, rrom the
depths of tho pantry coulil be licanl
tho walling of Jupiter: "If I hain't
ualt I'm pow'ful at drlvln', an It uln't
no crthly uso n tryln' tu nppeah what
yon nln't. Olo Miss dun say " There
was n peremptory command from below
to "como down this inbuilt," u (Treat
creaking of tho waiter and Jupiter
had descended on tho vehicle of hli
Mr, (Irlinm looked at his wife and
sho 111 turn looked lit Mm. llctucon
. them extended n masslu cpergno of
siller weighted with fruit and How era:
tall candclnhras mid dainty bon-bon
dishes, strangely out of keeping with
tho furnlturouud tho liny dining-room.
There was ft look hi his eyes that light
ened things though, nud the verge of
tenrfulncss was b.iulshed. Later, how
ever, when tho guests wero gone and
bbo bad bad n good cry In IiIh arms, she
ald: "John, Jupiter wns fight. We
thankful for to-day and for the rest of
tiUM OF ALL HOLIUAYU.
Tlmt I Wliy 1 lisnk.L-WInt; Hliuul.1 ll Hi
llilrt or .til.
Wo could not ask a more Miggcstlvo
title or one which makes sweeter mil-
I. In mi Aisarlcau'a car. Thlsoeea-
hi J . vi
slun, su Ii tn .eVliii.c Ledger, is mi
fereiit fromnllother uatloniil holidays,
since it gatheri them all up Into one.
and with them unites C7ery mercy of
tho dying jcar, tho bounties nf Its
harvests, tho manifold glftn of while
winged commerce, the preservation of
peacu and prosperity, and recirrulres
each and everyone In a gratitude o'er
flowing with festivity nnd mirth.
Thanksgiving! A word with which
to conjuro happiness Into the mo -t ills
mul and dejected spirit. The personal
associations ()f this festival are. p r
haps, Its greatest sources of attraction
Tho father and the mother, expc-tln;'
John from the city and Mary from the
school, will recall tho dear old thi.i s
when they, too, enmo homo to ro.ist
uppics ueiuru uiu uiunuK ioK., umi
watch the ruuuy glow glinting across
tho polished mahogany, wniio
"Half bUJeo la
Talking lbs etJ times over,
tho pircDts ill
And what times they were, famous for
corn bushings unknown to this degen
erate ago, for moonlight straw rides
across tho glistening snow and hoary
ghost legends of Hessian troopers.
Hence, Thanksgiving comes with redo
lent memories of past Joys, blended
luto tho best nnd purest moments nf
American life, Its homes ond its hearts.
Let fair summer's robes pale nnd dlo,
and tho frosted leaves rustle beneath
the tread. What cares Thanksgiving
day for winter's stern heralds? In fact,
wo welcome a good November day that
the cold without may form a contrast
for tho warmth within.
It would disturb the eternal fitness
of things to eat the time-honored bird
and the national pie In tho long, bright
days of leafy Juno.
Nol Tho wise gobbler may contem
plate u perch upon tho crescent of tho
moon If ho thinks fit, b:. he must
needs die, and, Hanked by cranberry
snuro and the constant pumpkin pic,
present himself to our view on the last
Thursday In November, and not a day
'llicn, as wo cluster around the flro
and bid defiance to tho elements, let
us remember to mako Thanksgiving u
home-day, where all the dear ones will
gather, and eyes look lovo to eyes
i which speak again,
It must also be n hannvdav to everv
body, from grandmother in thu corner
to tlio cat slumbering at her feet. A
day for devout worship. Joyous festiv
ity, kindly deeds, old feuds healed up,
new friendships made; In bhort, u glo
rious, old-fashioned Thanksgiving.
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in thu year
clent to temper tho thought of tho
rich to your nabcdncMi.
licjnlcc, O, je rich, that the uplrlt of
charity Is still alho III your lieurtn that
hnnd, and Improvidence, dissipation,
neglect nnd want on the other, hnvo
been building between classes. It Is
one In tlie long list nf holidays that
expands with ago because It Is one of
the few founded on rullglnn Secular
holidaH come and go with the senti
ments from which they sprung. Hut
Sabbath n nil Christmas and Latter und
'Ihatiltsgmng nr" in lit tins iiiiu-iir,
'1 he history of the u-llglnn of a people
Is the history that ll.es. Jn-ephus'
seholurly chronicle, of tho Jews aro
read not at all, while the Hlhbi Is In
every library and upon ulmost ery
center-table In the laud llomerlsre.id
alike by old und juiiii:' because tho
uiHiblnery of Heaven is there. "Pin
larch's Lives" hold n-much fascination
fur the renders of to-ilay ns for the an
cient llugllsh scholars, because thu
lods lire in every battle, control every
triumph and bless every festival. Tho
human mind reels In tho ideas awak
ened by tho contemplation of the
spiritual. Tho mengir chronicles of
the American Indians would bo "stale,
Hat und unprofitable" but for the In
troduction of their religious fancies
and beliefs. The Indian never takes
so grand a place In tlm mind's c)o as
when wo see him In a religious freuzy
as Pope lias painted him:
"11 Ilia ioot iDdlau. whi -i nnlulore.l mini
bw Owl III llouiU amlhtur. Illmln tlio wluil"
Thanksgiving da) has grown far
lie) olid what It was originally Intend
ed to signify or reprisent because of
this very religious quality. I'rom giv
ing thanks to (iod fur gifts to them
helves, men came to ihslro to be uioru
like that merciful being, and so lu
turn bccaino benefactors, l'rnui re
counting their liulhldii.ll blessings und
offering prayer and pruiso for their be
stowal, It was but u step to the turn
ing point nf charity In themselies.
And so we may cry to nil upon this duy
- Ilejolcel for the lion nud thu lamb
havo lain dow n tngctlii r and tho pence
of thu Saviour's spirit is over all. Tho
cry of want Is heard Ly ears that bu
foro were deaf to the olcoof pleudlng,
and eyes that saw not misery except It
wero nfarolf ore imv. dimmed with
tears of pity for those about their feet.
Thanksgiving! '1 he iwnl has comu to
havo a glorious mi lining. It Is the
softening influence, of such seasons,
albeit all too brief, thai keep intact the
under current, tho real harmony of
tho world, even though Its surface bo
always troubled by discord
Charms I.uok.ik llAMts.
I llNKbiiivT.""."-7C:i .
Hungry Hyslop Can't you help rau a
bit, Una? I hain't bad nothln' to U
thankful for to day.
Mr. Uelmonlco tiararln (who has
dined too well) He thankful that you
haven't an Indigestion! Puck.
We pulled Ifce vvIhLu i. Iuu !
"1 wl-h tu ttlhs you ray tear.' sigh
61. woo tut I've iilr.ro urjdti stood
Test it, was tf Ubluy ttut I wuutd
VI mill it II till I In ttlnitdifitst nf tvlttliti I .
lll-raOF3sags -7Th'cA.i. ft Sin1'
v -wiiiiP- jcjjVsWKj 94 Mr AM
J?i 7 I V.i
THAI !CCKLED HEN.
A Tlirllllrit 'i-oniit of Mr.. I'uncMef'i
Time. TliHiiltHirlvIni: day, eighteen
hiihilred nnd wlritVtlie-dlirereuce
I'laee. the Klttlnirrnom of a mi"!,' lit
tledwellliis In an Interior fillniro far
eiimi ,'h fMiu the inadilliiir eniml to bo
I-.m rrom ira lillls, iuiarchlit and
nnd on thu rug before thu amnio lire
plica tho )ellow dog that saved tho
household the bother and expense of a
garbage ban el moaned and grumbled
In his sleep ns If tn'iiethlng ho had
eaten lay heavily on his conscience.
In an amplo rocking chair of tho An
Uicles and red
k.nco nud her lips drawn tightly to
gether she glued motionless Into the
lire, whoso lltful glow strove faintly to
lighten the gloom of the dreary day
now drawing rapidly to Ita close. Who
can fathom tho mystery of a tall,angu
Ur woman with red hair? Who can In
terpret tho stony atlcuco that veils her
past? Who shall say what tempests of
tajihm tmT sweut over her when n
u soul wasiil'liand'lolucur tlio wviru
horror of their reflex nctlon?
And tho storm raged on.
Amid tho uproar nf thu elements she
became smhlenly conscious nf a loud.
Imperious knocking at tlio door. Kite
went und opened It and a large, raw
boned, Htuiggy-halred man with red
whiskers Mconed lusido.
"Am: you nits. I'Asrhsi.BV'.1
blinking tnu ruin Irom ills garments,
"Does Mrs. l'ancksley llvo here?"
"Aro you Mrs. l'ancksley?"
Ilnw changed! Ilo you remember,"
he went on, with u tremor In his voice,
thnt on n stormy Thanksgiving day
twehuyeurongoyoii sent a little boy
out to kill a speckled lien for dinner?"
"Vesl lllrnin, my boy, Is It"
"Walt a minute. Did you tell him
that If ho didn't Und that lien and chop
her head "II In (hu minutes )oil would
skin him hllvu?"
"I'erhups I did. Hut-"
"lie didn't mine back, did ho?"
"O nol Nn!"
"Well, he's come back now.
That will do, mother, (llvo me a
chaiieo to breatho. Aro you glad to
"O, lllram! Illraml To think that
my long lost son, that I'd given up nil
Idea of ever seeing ugalu III this world,
has como back to me! It's too good to
"It's true, mother," ho said, "I havo
u vaccination mark on my arm and a
scar on my heud inado by a broomstick
fifteen years ago to show for It. I'm
tlie same boy. I huvubeennlmostover
thu wholo world, nnd, I urn sorry to
say, mother," hu lidded, with a sigh,
"that I've come back without thu hen."
'Ihu tall, angular, red-liulred woman
resumed her se.it III thu Andrew Jack
son rocklng-i-halr, rubbed her nose
thoughtfully, and guiwd Into thu lire.
"Nevermind, lllram," sue mum, slow
ly. "Tho speckled hen Is i.tlll alive.
You will find her III tho chlckou-houso.
On and cut her head uff, my ton, and
I'll cook her for your Thanksgiving
dinner." Ciuiilki W. Tavuiu.
If Auj Ar .sil?f.
"I heard little Johnny say that
Thanksgiving duy would bo here soon,"
said a young turkey to Its mamma.
"Do turkeys havu Thanksgiving days,
"Yes, my dear," replied thu mamma
turkey. ' Wo will hold ours ufter the
folks at the house havu hud theirs If
iiii live." JudV.
T-SB jil t Jj N
..ssvttiMrtu.. Ma&r.x . tfa..,
Hlehest of all In Leavening Power. Lateit U. S. Gov't Report
I a'puto you know. Virginia dvar,
IhanltAifivlng day n almml here.
And now 1 hup) you will not think
Jlout what you'll havo ti eat and drink,
lleoauue It Un't right at all.
To bo a aolfWh, greedy ,iu.
I'lrat place, you almuld tw very clad
Tor all tho blomlng you luvn had.
Your plvaaant hotn your kind mamma.
And whutn lucky iiou yon are)
You know ahe InU you havo yoar way
About a doicu tlinrn a dayl
Hho's very, wry Ren'roua, too.
And atwiya aharr a treat with yon
And hcreyou ahould he thankful, dotr,
Thai lurkoys are ao pood ihla year.
And aweet pulatora loo. if couran,
And lovely crlmaon cranberry aaucol
And aquafth. and Utile aaucer ptc.
They're always audi a. Krrnt surprise,
Ico-crram, and nuts and raUlm, tool
Oht I'm auitlnd 1 am nol you,
llprauRP, you aer, you dcaroal sweet.
You raitnot really, truly eat.
And ao tho thiiukf Irnt thing In this.
You'll novnr know what fun you mlssl
-Mary I'lotchor Htqvena, In Harper's ioung
A Tlmo In Ilo It rraded.
"Why alts you look an ilUnial, Tatltm
WUHiirn?" huIJ thu youtifr turhoy to
"My Ron," rrnllod tho tnnturu blrtl.
"I uitt rvMocthitf on tho ucitr approach
of ThanlinjlvliiK' day, with thu ccrUln
ty that many of our number will tm
knocUrd luUi thu mlddlo of necks
tWi'ttlc." J udgo.
OAUSi: Foil 1IIVNKMU1V1NO.
Mr. Hrady (surveying thu scanty re
past) 'Tls dov'llsh little dinner wo
hov to bo t'nnkful fer this day, Nnral
Mrs. Hrady Whist, Molkcl Yor do
bo fergcttlu' that wo should be t'ank
fill there do bo no moro here to ato itl
Nn Nsnirl Jlf.nllnnnd.
She Isn't It a pity that they don't
have mistletoe on Thanksgiving, as
they do ut Christmas?
He Do you think, Miss Maude, that
it b. always er ahem necessary?
iTjho It seems to be fur some men.
II.INUKU IN ri.UMI-NUSS.
"Children, don't gut ffuy nowadays
and cut too inuchl Tlio leatiturluiy U
the only onu who In truly happy iibuut
thin tluio of tlio yt-ur." Chlcatfo Mall.
A rrvloii Tliaiikiclvliig,
You ran hfar Tliankuplvln' corn In' with the Jol
Heat klQdo round
You n httar Ihu turkoy holler fur a mile or
For ha know that he It In It, a he has bten la
An' be thinks that every mtnuto Is Js' sure to
You ci hear 'Ibankaglvlu' toniln with n ruah
an' with nro.ir,
An' the knlvia an' forlta n turn mln' us ue pass
the pUlu fur tnorul
O. It'ajuily every inloule, In the north an' In the
For the turkey'icubblir' lu tt, an' ne're water
In' at the mouthl
Charlc llnvu you anythlnt: to bo
1'rcdcrlo Heap. I'to contrived to
break oil nil my engayemcuU to mar
ry. Chicago News.
A ho iB of lh4iikaglvliiC
A turkey stood In u cranberry a air p,
And mi4( till hit throat vrui sore;
'or all day Ionic, ha aun; this songt
e shall inoul on thut Unuttf ul shore.
. I xicirrsasiiafliM!; r
Hwlifwlck Lodge, No. 17. tneets In K, l
hall i-Yery aeeonri mul fourth Monday fiven
.nan i frfh month, Ii, J ftlcHabon, VV.0,1
Keller, W, It,
MODKUN WOODMEN OF AMKU1UA.
Damp No. 850 Mo-itrn Woo i men of Ameri
ca motta every Friday fver-injr ol enon
month In K. of I, hall riMtlnff neighbors
welonme, J I, Hwi-enoy, v. o.J r. J.
Orooeent Oounoil, Nn in. F, A. A. Moots
tho first nnd third blond av nUhtaof wicn
month tn K of P. hall, II, I, Uoods, pntsl.
ent J. II, Nlrelvy.vAfrtiltvry
OU4N1) AUMY Or TUB IlKl'UHMU.
Abtlono otit No. 0-ltleeu at the Odd
rellowslfall.sneond nnd 4th Monday even
hurt nf fiaoh month. All c-omrHdea txro tn
vltod tuinMitwIttint. (. ( iioure. V. O.l
n. B. Anderson, AdJnUnt, Jo-yfJ
Woman's Itollef Corps, No, Rl-Moeta alwr
nt Wednesdarafternoonsat s.so o'olookla
K. of p. hr.li Hrs. o. J. ltr, preildsntj
Mrs. Mary K, Paul. Morotary.
KN101ITS Or PTriHAB.
Daraon I-odffs Mo. 6-Meu every Udna
day evening, In the Knights of Tythlaj hall
visiting brothers cordially invited. Jar
IlanllnK, 3. 0.1 Kml W llcm. K. of H. Att.
Allien Ilre. No. W-Weeu every Thurs'
day evening In tho Knights otrythlaa hall
U. A. Iirown, M. W.i Hlohard Waring,
I. o. o. r.
i Weitorn Home Ixdge, 1. O. O. T., No. 0
Meets every Tuesday evening In Odd Fallow a'
nail. OiDoerai Noble (irand, J, II. Favor
oerotary, F. A. Hmlth, Visiting brethren
UTmsCDvter,Ko.3V H. A. M -MMtsIn Ua
ojle bill en the rnrond ar.d fonrtk Fridays ol
each month Uloluml WarlnK II. P. J,
L. Worloy Be-rrotarj,
O.K.fl. Aldlrnn Chapter HI, meet In tho
Ma'onlormllon thn f1rtntid thlnl Tuesday
errtilnga of eneh month. Mra.Kuth flpnngler
Worthy Matron, Mrs. Ida W, Mooro. st-cro.
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Mo. I-Hsllns A K. I), iccom s 41 s. u.
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U.lnrrJll to AtlUa..
r..i.nrtr .... . 0 41p. ro,
ocomraod.ttoa 11:40 a. oi,
II Ksnts rntrsln(tsllpnvept Hiindsv.
All Irs nn nn Hi Alillrns nml ('onrorrtln
liraneh run to suit troin Fuinrta Trains
an; sail -(ncurrv s ttuouuii ricltnlnK ei.str
ear Imtwnnn AlillMin nu I Kiimn. ety,snit s
tliinu h r rllrilnsf rliiilr I'sr liftween Ni.
Inn hiiiI Oinstis, consi cllin-st Nowtnn wl
Itinitinh eipr.s forOkUlioinn si d llslvi
ton.a'iil thrniiKli tniiiis for Coluntilo, tli '
11001 IILAMO K. U,
Mo.llI.or.1 Pr.tffntsn setom 10 111..
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msnoDbi rAcirio-AT nBiiiHoTox.
rsisesier, Mo. lot ,0 m., n.
T&roORhl'rok-at.No. 110, . Jo:lls.n.
TUroniih lfr.rglil. aall B:U..io.
Pui.ni-sr.Ho.101 10:11 ..m.
A'.jrr.IsM, No,J18 S:t9..m.
BTAMBA0CH & HUI1D,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
T. E. DEWEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
omc. over Abllsnu Nntlunsl Pans,
Someon, GyoecoloRist and Oculist
Practice limited to Hnrvorr. Sni)or
dlieasoo-Dlftef ' oi VTomun and Die
easod of the Ev .-,.- w
9yp-gui -jfi. AiULir.i ct UsAa
J. N. BUIITON,
Thnnldpstauctliinoer In IHcklUfon county
H-itlslnntlon unnruntiTd nnd terms reasnnn
UIR. .VlllCry rVlH'l IHiy rllHIU, IMUI r -i
aapclaly. Ilopo, Kansas. MtC
ABRAM B. STONER,
Will civ anion In Dickinson and sm round
lnu; Liiuiitk'tHt nui'inablM intos. Hritl-ln'-Hon
iniitnuitt'id. I'ostolTloa add rust Abl
ine, Kniimis. , ,
Uesldoncu- Beotlou SI (Jboevor townihl
10 in 1 1 j duo north nf bll ne. . .
An appointment txxk will b at rileJ
Fislmrasturu. Abllono, whore dnUs oiin 'i
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
(lives special attention to Collec
tions, buys nud sells 1'oroU
and Domestic Exchango
Nogotlatos Mortgago LoanH
AU bnilnm. prouiplly att.ailod t.
jiatitaua ..jtjIllrSitsi L.JtA