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SLt Only Planted 15 Acre, of Corn
A. Kropff, the prophet of Tulniage,
it not worrying over the corn crop.
Be only planted 15 acrei on his half
aection farm and that was lor lodder.
His son planted none. They put all
the corn land into oats and have a
big crop. He says be knew last
spring that this would not be a corn
year. ''But what was the use ol tell
ing people," he remarked today.
"They would only have abused me
and made fun of my prediction. But
I acted on it myself and am reaping
the benefit."
Report a Royal Time.
The party given July 11th by Miss
Daisy Huffman at her home in Enter
prise was attended by about thirty of
Abilene's young people. The young
ladies went down in the morning and
spent a most enjoyable day. In the
evening they were joined by the
young men. Music, dancing and so
cial intercourse marked a most pleas
ant time. Most of the young folks
drove home by moonlight.
New 'Phones.
140 Dr. Oberlin's residence.
141 Hubert Allen's residence.
H2 (i. G. Huffman's residence.
148 C. C. Spangler, residence.
Paste this list on your cards.
Died at Salina.
Paul, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Face died at their home in Sa
lina of cholera infantum last week
and was brought here by the parents
today for burial.
It Cost Him $5 and Costa-
Amos Dexter of Perry, Okla., went
to Frank VanDoren's last week and
got gay. He seized Mrs. VanDoren
and treated her roughly. Assistant
Marshal Lightner landed him in jail
and it cost him $5 and costs. He is
spending these hot days in jail.
Triple Tie Installation.
The Triple Tie installed its new
officers last week as follows: Pres.,
Mrs. W. D. Nichols; Past Pres., R.
Bradleyr Vice Pres., Mrs. S. E, Fel
lows; Con., J. C. Royer; Chap., Mrs.
J. C. Royer; Sec, W. D. Nichols; G.,
S. J. Poore; Sen., J. J. Eddy ; Treas.,
Richard Waring.
Get the Calf Ready.
Senor John M. Fisher writes from
Otinopa, Durango, Mexico, his pres
ent address: "Hello there, boys.
How are yees? Hurrah for Billy and
Teddy! I may go to the States in
October to aid or help you and Mark
to manage the campaign. Will you
please put a nice calf on full feed?"
Going to Colorado.
From Friday's Dally.
M. H. Malott, wife and little Bon,
accompanied by Miss Anna Johnson,
start for Estes Park next Wednesday.
They join Dr. Hazlett and family at
Milaine, Colo., where all will enjoy
fishing and the pleasure and rest to
be found in the mountains. They
expect to be gone several weeks. P.
J. Stoddard and daughter Rachel
start tomorrow. Mr. Stoddard will
go to Salt Lake City.
I m
About Railroad Taxation.
Following is the supreme court
syllabus m the case from this district
regarding the right of county com
missioners to change the valuation of
railroads for county taxation pur
poses: 1, Whenever the valuation of tax
able property in any county is changed
by the slate board of equalization,
the board of equalization, the board
of county commissioners of such
county, is authorized to use the valua
tion so tixed by the state board as a
basis for making their levies for all
purposes, but are not bound so to do.
2. Section 1 of article 11 of the
constitution is not violated by the
action of the local taxing authorities
refusing to adopt the valuations fixed
by the state board in making their
levy lor the current expences of the
county, or for any other purpose ex
cept state taxes.
All the justices concurring.
There is more catarrh in thif section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable,
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local desease, and pro
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
ment pronounced it Incurable. Sci
ence has proven catarrh to be a consti
tutional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, it the
only constitutional core on the mar
ket. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonful, It
acts directly on the blood and mucous
turfacei of the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any case it
faili to cure. Send for circulars and
F.J. Chkxey & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggist!, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Misses Gorden and Brown Entertain
a Large Party-
One of the most thoroughly enjoy,
able hot weather parties, Abilene has
ever reoorded was the reception given
last week by Miss Florence Gorden
and Miss Alma Brown at the spacious
home of the former on Cedar. It
was strictly an out-door affair and
the beautiful evening lent all possible
aid to the pleasure of the occasion.
The ample lawn was illuminated with
electric lights and a large dancing
lloor was laid and was a scene of
gayety, Suiter's orchestra furnishing
excellent music.
The hostesses, assisted by Miss
Gorden's guest, Miss Bella Jones of
Minneapolis received on the porch.
Miss Annie Malott an Master Frxuk
Giles were door attendants. The
dainty supper was served on the
north lawn under the trees.
The perfection of the arrange
ments madd the occasion one long to
be remembered with pleasure. The
guests were:
Messrs. and Mesdames F. B.
Bearce, F. M. Worley, J. A. Young, G.
S. Upshaw, Kirby, Jos. White, Giles,
E. Malott, F. B. Glimpse, K. I. Woods,
H. W. Wilson, Ranney, E. H. Forney,
J. Johntz, H. U. Mtts, Harger, Edsnn,
Gage, J. Spangler, Naill, Guflin, E. C.
Little, P. Hunt, C. Brown, G. F. Wal
lace, of Topeka; Mrs. C. I. Woods,
Mrs. Topping, of Wyoming; Mrs. C.
L. Hubbard, Mrs, Northcraft.
Misses Worley, Hallam, Mclnerney,
Eames, Mary Giles, Ethel Giles, Em
ma Parent, Pearl Taylor, Northcraft,
Sutter, Case, Warlield, Litts, Hawk,
Davidson, Davis, Sterl, Carrie Johntz,
Strother, Murphy, Barnes, Peters,
Hoffman, Eytb, Edna Anderson,
Johnson, Reed, A. Herbst, S. Herbst,
Atchison, of Leavenworth.
Messrs. G. A. Rogers, A. B. Rose,
Snider, Elston, Mitchell, A. Hurd,
Sutter, W. Sterl, O. Sterl, Lott, C.
Forney, Jolley, Banker, Parent, J. E.
Johntz, Case, Davis, Gemmill, Brunt,
Boucher, Hoffman of Enterprise; H.
Lowe, C. Swartz and Robert Radcliff,
of Salina; Donmeyer, of Solomon; Ab
bott, of Herington;Purdy, of Chicago.
Enterprise Han Still Secretary State
Millers' Association.
The twenty-seventh annual meet
ing of the Kansas Millers' association
was held yesterday afternoon in To
peka. There were forty members
from different parts of the State in
attendance. The meeting was called
to order at 2:30 o'clock with President
George H. Hunter, of Wellington,
presiding, and C. V. Topping, of En
terprise, secretary.
The keynote of the convention
proved to be the proposition of dis
posing, through agents outside of the
State, of the surplus flour made by
Kansas mills. A committee was ap
pointed to discuss and make a report
on the matter, but It failed to reach
an agreement. The proposition
proved to be too great for a few
hours' thought to solve, so the com
mittee was given more time for delib
eration and to make the report.
At 6:30 o'clock another abort meet
ing was held for the election of offic
ers for the ensuing year. J. H. Mc
Nair, of Halstead, was elected presi
dent; A. J. Hunt, Arkansas City, vice
president; C. V. Topping, of Enter
prise, was re-elected secretary and
David Bowie, of Topeka, treasurer.
The place of holding the next meet
ing was not decided upon.
Shifting Soil.
KealEstate Transfers Reported by Abbe&
Ellison, Abstracters.
E Makins to Dorothy U Fenton It 28
Bdwy A & L's sub of T & M add, f 1.
Mary M Grooms to W L Johnson It
99 4th et Solomon, 300.
George Manon to Cbas W Manon ej
swj 19-15-1, $600.
John E Manon to same und intin nwj
30-15-1, 200.
Geo A Gould to Maggie Brownn'gg
137.67 acres in sees 19 20 24 30-13-1,
D Matteson to Sherman Kirk pt sw
15-13-2 22 ac, $1000.
Dickinson Co to G G Brewer Its 10 12
bk 15 Banner, $5.
Rose Fenton to Julia Maier e swj
28-11-2, $1000.
Cecilia I Woods to Augusta S Woods
Its 6 70 72 Broadway S A add,
John Hill to C R Miller nej 16-12-1,
Jacob Young to F Kinderdick nj ncj
and s ne) 10-15-4, $1600.
t '
We have a good sale on Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin because we guar
antee "it and refund your money
if it does not do just as we represent
it. Call for a booklet that tells you
all about it, at all Druggists,
BwntU M Kind It Haw slims E
Abilene Man Geti an Editorial Men-
I tion in New York.
It is not every day that an Abilene
man gets an editorial notice in so
great a paper as the New York Sun.
But one did it this week. That pa
per at the close of an editorial on the
wheat crop of the State says:
There is need for more preachers
of this sort in Kansas. That the les
son, plain as it is, needs a preceptor,
is made evident by this item in the
Kansas City Journal:
"I. 8. Italian) of Dickinson county, Kansas,
got down In I lie nioulli a few weeks uito and
contracted the product of his wheat farm to
a local dealer at 50 cents u bushel, lie has
harvested a Hue crop and figures that at the
present price la Abilene be Is out Just twin."
Can't you see Hallam? Can't you
hear him telling what he thiuks of
the man who told him that the, rising
price of wheal was a bunco trick of
capital, and that the quicker he sold,
the more he'd save from the wreck?.
Sound people are not those to whom
the smart quack goes with his nos
trums. The people of Kansas are
apt to be in a mighty healthy frame
of mind this fall. Individuals whose
farming experience is limited to the
wearing of overalls in photograph
galleries may rind it profitable to
bear the fact in mind during the
coming campaign.
Dickinson County Invested Heavily
in Threshing Machinery
One of the effect of the good wheat
harvest was the increased sale of
threshing machinery. A dealer who
is iu a position to know says that at
least ten complete outfits engine
and separator have been sold in this
county this season at an avcrago cost
of $'.',500, This means that the
threshers expect to earn a good deal
of money. Shockey & Landes who
do a large jobbers trade as western
agents for Frick & Co.' have sold
about 150,000 worth of threshing
machinery to parties outside of the
county. It will be used in western
and northwestern Kansas.
Fifth Diitrict Towns-
Following is the population of the
eleven largest towns in the Fifth dis
trict. Each town shows a gain, bar
ring Washington, which records a
Iobs of twenty three. Salina is the
largest and Clyde the smallest.
Junction City ranks second, Clay Cen
ter third and Abilene fourth:
Minneapolis 17H3
Olydc ISM
Concordia itnll
Salina SWII
Clay Center awlT
Manhattan..... IC'li
Abilene HTM
Washington 1HB
Junction City 5150
Belleville Wi
Slarysvlllc SOTS
Their Injuries Not Fatal.
A few days ago we noted the in
juries received by Mrs. Charles Lee,
daughter of Commissioner Baker, who
with her five children was in terri
ble trolley car disaster at Tacoma,
Wash., on the morning of July 4.
The Tacoma Ledger has this to say
about the family: "Mrs. Chas. O. Lee
and two children, a boy and a girl,
are at the Fanny Paddock. Mrs. Lee
lives in South Tacoma, and her hus
band is a traveling man. She was
bringing her five children in to see
the parade. None of them sustained
serious Injuries, though all are bruis
ed and cut somewhat. Richard 7 year"
old, was killed outright; and Lyman,
his twin brother and his sister are at
the Fanny Pad.lock. Roscoe another
brother, was taken to the St. Joseph,
but was not hurt much. The babe a
year old is missing, but is said to be
with a family In the sixth addition.
Mr. Lee was in Medford, Or., last
night on his way homo, and ho tele
phoned his brother, II. M. Lee, that
he would reach Tacoma tonight."
Was it a Miracle?
"The marvellous cure of Mrs. Kena
J. Stout of consumption has created
intense excitement in Cammack, Ind."
writes Marion Stuart, a leading drug
gist of Muncie, Ind. She only weighed
90 pounds when ber doctor In York
town said she must soon die. Then
she tried Dr. King's New Discovery
and gained 37 pounds in weight and
was completely cured." It has cured
thousands of hopeless case, and is pos
itively guaranteed to cure all Throat,
Chest and Lung diseases. 60c and $1
Trial bottles free at J. M. Gleissnor's.
ISi chanan, Mich., May 22.
Genesee Pure Food Co., LeHoy, N. Y.
Gentlemen: My mamma has been
great coffee drinker and has found
it very injurious. Having used sev
eral packages of your GHAIN O, the
drink that takes the place of coffee,
she finds it much bettei for herself
and for us children to drink. She
has given up coffee drinking entirely.
We use a package, of Grain-0 every
week. I am ten years old.
Yours respectfully,
Fannik Williams.
INDIGESTION, resulting from
I weakness of the stomach, is relieved
by Hood'i Saraaparllla, the great stom
ach tonic and cure for DYSPEPSIA.
Topolobampo Colony Landi to Be
Purchased by Speculators.
A Buffalo capitalist who was here
this week says that a syndicate in
that city has been formed to purchase
the lands of the old Topolobampo
colony on the west coast of Mexico
and use them tor a vast sugar planta
tion, employing clieap Mexican labor.
The company has inspected the lands
and finds a favorable outlook. It has
secured land belonging to the colony
and has bought up private claims un
til it has a large tract and it expects
to utilize the irrigation ditch that
was nearly completed by the co-operative
Prominent Hawaii sugar planters
are interested in tho scheme and an
expert is now cn route to inspect the
conditions of soil and climate. If his
report is favorable they will invest
largely. The chief drawback at pres
ent is the lack of market connections,
The building of the proposed Topolo
bampo & Kansas City road would
much enhance tho value of the colony
C C Wick Selected for County High
The county high school board met
at Chapman Saturday to consider the
election of a teacher. H. W. Johnson
who was elected at $70 wanted $H0 or
he would not accept. The board
elected Clement C. Wick, of north
Dickinson, a graduate of the Slate
University and an excellent teacher.
He will be assistant principal and ro
ooive $70. The only other business
was the allowing of bills and mis
cellaneous matters.
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Farm for Sale Cheap.
On easy terms, 120 acres good farm
land, 20 acres pasture, new six-room
house, all improvements new, in
Hayes township. For particulars ad
dress, E. Keim, Moonlight, Kas., or
call at this office. G3-2t2c
Some Good Wheat Yields.
The Chapman Standard reports the
following good wheat yields In that
"John Krwin threshod a 30 acre
piece that made 34 bushels,
"Gus Oesterhouso finished his 80
acres Saturday and reports a little
over 2,000 bushels.
"John Isler got over 25 bushels to
tho acre from (10 acres.
"T. V. Howe threshed a 30 aero
Held that averaged 30 bushels."
The Standard estimates theaverage
yield around Chapman at 25 bushels.
From Conductor to Merry-Go-Round,
J. J. Barnes, formerly conductor
on the U. P. and for the last throe
years with the Rock Island at Herlng
ton, made this office a call today. He
is on a trip to Abilene, concerning
the merry-go-round business in which
he is engaged at present. His swing
is now in operation at Haitford and
is working toward southeastern Kan
sas. J. C. Union.
Herington Gold Seekers All Right,
The Herington Times says the par
ly of gold seekers who went from
that town to Cape Nome sends word
that all are doing well and hope to
make a fortune out of the sands be
fore fall.
No Cooperative Mill.
La Crosse Republican: J. 11. Johnk
of Enterprise, Kas., was here Tuesday
and Wednesday. Hu will not build a
mill at La Crosse this season, anil
left for homo yesterday morning.
Your Beit Friend can give you no
better advice than this: "For Im
pure blood, humors, scrofula, salt
rheum, dyspepsia, weak nerves, tired
feeling, rheumatism, malaria, catarrh,
take Hood's Sarsaparilla and be
Constipation is cured by Hood's
Pills. 25o.
Cheap Rates Via the Union Pacific
to the aunual meeting of tho National
Educational association to bo held at
Charleston, S. C, July 7th to 13lh.
Long limits given on these tickets,
close connection mado with all lines
at Kansas City, your choice of routes,
Tickets on sale July 2, 4, 5, and 7.
Final return limit Sept, 1st. 50-7
Kokomo, Ind., Aug. U 8990,
Pepsin Syrup Co.,
Dear Sirs: For the past 10 years I
was troubled with my stomach. About
4 years ago was taken down with
rheumatism; was not able to do a day's
work for three years. All medicine
seemed of no benefit to me. A year
ago I was advised to take Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. I truly believe
I should have died but for this medi
cine. My Rheumatism is entirely
gone and my stomach la In good con
dition. It baa saved my life and
I cannot recommend It too highly,
v Youra respectfully,
Elwoou McCkacken.
Sold by all druggists.
White Man Turned Yellow
Great consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. Hogarty of Lexing
ton, Ky., when they saw he was turn
ing yellow. His skin slowly changed
color, also his eyes, and he suffered
terribly. His malady was Yellow
Jaundice, He was treated by the
best doctors, but without benefit.
Theu he was advised to try Electric
Bitters, the wonderful Stomach and
Liver remedy, and he writes: "After
taking two bottles I was wholly
cured." A trial proves its matchless
merit for all Stomach, Liver and
Kidney trouble. Only 60c. Sold by J.
M. Gleissner, druggist,
For bums, injuries, piles and skin
diseases use DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. It is the original. Counter
feits may bo offered. Use ouly
DeWitt's, Fer sale by nil druggists.
One Minule Cough Cure is the only
harmless remedy that produces im
mediate results, '1 ry it. For sale
by all druggists.
The Rock Island Wall Map of the
Is the best offered to the public, it
Is very large and specially adapted to
school purposes, Every teacher of
geography and every business office
should have one. It will be sent
postpaiil to any add less on receipt of
iiftcen cents in postage stamps or
coin. Address,
John Sebastian, G. P. A.,
Chicago, 111.
During last May an infant child of
our neighbor was suffering from chol
era iufantum. The doctors bad given
up all hope of recovery. I took a bol.
tie Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy to the house, tell
ing them I fell sure it would do good
if used according to directions. In
two days time tho child had fully re
covered. The child is now vigorous
and healthy. I have recommended
this remedy frequently and have
never known It to fail. Mils. Clitris
Bakkk, Brookwalter, Ohio, Sold by
all Druggists.
How it the Ticket?
Docs It suit you? Well, we are not all
alike, you know In thic world, and it
is hard to please everyoue, but tho
favor is unanimously for Dr.Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin as It is guaranteed to
cure Constipation, Indigestion, Sick
Headache and Stomach trouble. Sold
by all druggists.
NERVOUS troubles aro cured by
Hood's Sai'sapai'ilbi, which en
l'icbcs and purifli'S tin; blooil, 1 1 is the
best medicine for nervous PEOPLE,
Thero aro no belter pills made than
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Always
prompt and certain. For sale by nil
Go to Beaver & Miller, under Shear
er's shoo store for an easy shave or
a stylish hair cut, Coke dandruff
cure, guaranteed as recommended.
The Beit Remedy for Stomach and
Bowel Trouble.
"I have been In the drug business
for twenty years and have sold most
allot tbe proprietary medecineof any
note. Among the entire list I have
never found anything to equal Cham
berlain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
remedy for all Stomach and bowel
trouble," says O. A. Wnkcllold, of
Columbus, Ga. "This remedy cured
two sevore cases of cholera morbus
In my family and have recommended
! and sold hundreds of bottles of It to
my customers to thoir entire satisfac
tion. It affords a quick and sure
cure in a pleasant form." For sale
by all druggists.
The Appetite of a Goat
j Is envied by ail whose Stomach
and Liver are nut of older. Hut such
I should know that Dr. King's New Life
Pills, give a splendid nppolile,
sound digestion and a regular bodily
' habit that insures perfect health and
great energy. Only 25cts. nl John
; M. Gleissnor's Drug Store.
Tho law holds both maker and cir
culator ol acouiiterfeiteqiially guilty,
j The dealer who sells you a dangerous
! conterfelt of DeWitt's Wilch Hazel
; Salve risks your life to make a little
more prolit. You can not trust him.
Hewitt's is the only genuine and orig
inal Witch Hazel Salve, a well known
cure for piles and all skin diseases.
See that your dealer gives you Do-
Witt'i Salve,
For sale by nil drug-
It has been demonstrated by exper
ience that consumption can be pre
vented by the early use of One Minute
Cough Cure. This is the favorite
remedy for Coughs, colds, croup, as
thma, grippe and all throat and lung
trouble. Cures quickly. For sale by
all druggists.
A gentleman recently cured of dys
pepsia gave the following appropriate
rendering of Hums' famous blessing:
"Some hnvo meat and cannot eat,
' and some have none that want it; but
wo have meat and we can eat, Kodol
Dysyepsia Cure be thanked." This
preparalion will digest what you eat,
It instantly relieves and radically
cures indigestion and all stomach dis
order. For sale by all druggists.
Xrauie'i Little Liver Pilli.
are a purely vegetable, gelatine coat
ed nil! that acts directly on the liver
and bile. Tbey are free from all
crude and irritating matter, their ac
tion is gentle and natural and tbey
do not cause constipation after using.
Sold by J. M. Gleissner.
RailWavj Timejabies.
' onion PACiri
0. 1 Night Kxpreai l'-Hp,
No.l-Llmlted Kiprwu a as p. a
Bo. 5 Local Passenger p. HI
'Ho. IS-Looal Freight ,6:30 t.m.
Ho. 11-Tlirongll freight Slip ft. m
Ho. J-N'.jrlit Express :! a.m
Ro.4 Eastern Limited 1 Wp. a
No. ft Local Passenger i:lt,ni
'No. U-Local Freight 8 : p, m
All-Stock Freight 7'J0p.Bl
'Dally except Sunday; all others dally.
All f anta re trains dally except Sunday,
bobtr bound.
Kit Passenger dally B 13 v n
W accommodation dally , 2 p.
IMS Passenger dally 10:30 p. m
IMS Accommodation dully i S p, m
Departs. ,
91? Accommodation Sillfa. OB
sil " isipm
Sis Accommodation , PvniTt. m
828 " IS 01 p na.
Effective April I, Iimo. Through rectlnln
clialr cur service between Kansas Oily and
superior will he resumed. Tills car will
leave KiinsnsClly on Hie Fust Mall at S;0O ft.
tn. arriving In Abilene t silila. m. For the
convenience of passengers tills Chair Oaf
will lie set In t'nlon depot, Kansas City. Mo.,
in Ilium ii. in. and may be occupied at any
time tliereufler, For further information
cull nt Santa Fe depot, South Third and Mul
berry street, Abilene, Kansas. Telephone
No. ol. W. K. UoiiEHTSON, Agent,
Bo, Nl Local Freight and aooom,. 10:18 ft, fll
So. JT-Ohlo&go Mall and Express,. .t:p,ai
Ha 9S- hall and Expresi 11:07 ft.nl
No. SK Local Freight andacoom....S:4Sp. m
Paweuger trains run dally. Freight trUO
tally exceptHunday,
Passenger No. 1 6:lnp.n
Through freight, No. 110 V:tt ft, m.
Through Local, No. 11? l:S8ft, m,
PnHtinger No, fi ,....,..10:8(1 ft, IH
Way Freight No. 0 S:1S p, n
Way Freight No. llS 11 : to ft, m,
At, AND A. M, -Benevolent Lodge, No
US, meets Drat and third Monday even
ings In each month at Masonic hall, corner
Third and Oedar. II. 8. Folk, W. M.J. It,
Worley, secretary: vlaltlug brethren wel
Camp No.(l, meets every Monltf
t of each moth In A. O. 17. W. hall.
ViiltltK nelnhhon welcome. O, A. Bulder,
V.U.I 8. II. llaffa, clerk.
r -Abilene Lodge. No. S3: meet everf
Thursday evening In the A. O, U. Wt
hall C. Ilahackor, M. W. O. E. Btlfk
meeta alternnte Wednesday ftftajr
noons at f.W o'rM In K. of V. hall. Mr
i-iinin n. nytir, preHiuunt, mri, uuve ,
I'uteri iscretary.
POYAL AltOH MASONH-Oyrui Ohaptftf,
No. ad, Dieel.s In Masonic hall on the MO
ind and fourth Fridays uf each month,
II. H. Folk, . II, P. Arthur Kdson, neriretari,
I -Western Home Lodge, No, so, meet!
evrny Tuesday evening In Odd Fellows' ball,
linieers: Noble Orand, II. F Lendlm Sen.
retary, L. Lips. Visiting bretlireu welcoml,
1 AblleneCoiinell No. 4S, meets on second
and fourth Tl.ursilay evenings of each
month. Visitors welcome. It. Bradley, .
President; W. D. Nichols, secretary,
First published In the Abilene Weekly Be
Hector, July IS, line.
Dickinson County, (""'
Oltlco of County Clerk,
July?, 1900,
Notice Is hereby given, that on the llrd dft
of July, Iinhi, a petition signed by 0, A.
Ilould and twenty-three other householder",
was nresented to the hoard of county com
missioners of the county aforesaid, praying
for Hie opening of a certain road, described
as follows, vl.:
tioniiiienclng on the Abilene and Solomon
road number 1:11 at Intersection of said road
null seel Ion line between sections seventeen
(It) ami eighteen lis), township thirteen (IU)
south, of range1 one ID, east, of the nth princi
pal meridian, Ibeuce niirl.li on said section
line tn corner between Meetlons seven (71,
elltbt m. seventeen lltl and eighteen (18).
township t hirteen (III), range one (I), east of
I lie mil principal meridian and Intersect with
the Finery road number lli, said roud to be
tidy (Ml) feel wide.
whereupon, h ii lil hoard of county eommli'
sinners appointed tbe following named perj
sciiii, viz: lid Dunni'lt, (leorge Scott and
Henry I'aruienter as viewers, with Instruc
tloiis lo meet, In coniinctlon with the county
surveyor, nt the place of beginning In Lln
coin township, al II a. m. on Tuesday, the 14th
day of Augusi, A. II. Hum. and proceed to
v I . w -in 1,1 mini, uiiil give all purllcs a hear
ing. Ilv order of On-
K. 11. .Iacoiin,
II, W. Jacobs. County Clerk.
Deputy county Clerk.
Two Trains Daily.
' Oregon Short Line and
Oregon R. R, and Navigation Co.
Have placed In service an additional '
Fort land Train
Leaves Kansas City 10:40 a.m., Abilene
8:90 p. Ill,
The other Portland Train,
Leaving Kansas City :W p. m., AbilenB
10::tl p. in. Time of this train has been
rcdaccdlihoursand llimlnutci.
69 hours n,nr,nd&c,,T
Bpltmdld Equlpmtnt.
For Tlm Tablet, Foldern, I"""'''
Hooka, Pamphlets, descriptive of the terrl
tory inverted call on
T. H. JONES, Agenti

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