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ABILENE WEEKL REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JULY 19, 1900 -TWELVE PAGES.
COUNTY' REFLECTIONS BY SPECIAL BEFLVCTOB COBRS8PONDKKT8 is a Friend Indeed. Your blood is poor and therefore you suffer from eruptions, pains and general debility and "that tired feel- big." The blood is the real source of U health. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the shep herd of health. Why Bectuse (I purifies the blood ts nothing else can. Tired Feeling-" had thil tired feeling and headaches. Was more tired tn the morning than when I went to bed, and my back pained me. Hood's Sarsa parilla and Hood's Pills cured me and I feel ten years younger." B. Scheblein, 274 Bushtmck Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Be sure to get Hood's because H port ' PI Mi cure 11 v er I 1 Is ; th b rmnjrrltattn? and iHy cathartic to takt with kourt'a Hnraamrlllj SUTPHEN. Charles Bennett of Leavenworth visited friends near Sutphen last week. P. L. Jennings of Chapman was in this vicinity Tuesday. S. F. Wood and daughter May were in Abilene last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis and daughter Winnie of Clay Center are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Clemmons. Elmer Clemmons spent Sunday tn Chapman. Mrs. Hattie Harger of Denver is visiting relatives near here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fhipps spent Sunday in this vicinity. Misses Mamie and Irene Jones spent the Fourth in Kansas City. Miss Ethel Wood spent a few days in Chapman last week visiting friends. - Miss Emma Chamberlain has been quite ill for several weeks but is bet ter now. E. E, Englen was on the sick list last week. Mr. Bert and Misses Iva and Klhel Wood spent Sunday in Chapman. BUCKEYE. Frank Snoke was at the home of his uncle, H. Coffenberger, last week and fell off a horse and broke his arm. Mrs. Stokeley visited at Mr. Watts Thursday. Mrs. A. E. Simmers visited Mrs. W. R. Moore Friday. Henry Lenta had a horse cut with barbed wire last week and it bled to death. ' Mrs. James Koontz went east Tues day to visit relatives. Mrs. Ralph Shetron visited Mrs. Geo. Stewart Friday. Jake Zook and family moved to Abilene Tuesday. Fred Eiselein is stacking for J. H. Hooper. Farmers have commenced to plow for wheat. Mrs. E. J. Winsler and Mrs. E. Hoyt visited Mrs. 0. E. Simmers Wednesday. Mrs. 0. E. Simmers and Miss Flor ence Moore visited with Mrs. Carrie Patten Sunday. Mrs, Noah Martin and Miss Hattie Burkholder are visiting this week at J. W. Burkholder's. Geo. Sleichter and family visited at R. Middleton's. The young folks of the neighbor hood ate ice cream at Ell Kready'i Friday night. ' Corn is almost gone up In this vicinity. Quite a crowd attended the ice cream social at Buckeye Saturday. Mr. Whitley has bought the old Dewey farm. Missel Hiser and Rexroat of Abilene were guests of Lottie and Dolly Duffy the past week. ' Miss May Perry entertained about SO friends last Thursday evening. Ice cream and cake were served. Music and games were enjoyed during the evening. , John Hartzell of Kelso, Washington, li Tinting friends here. He sayi Kansas is all right yet. Be with us Saturday, July 21. We art terving nrst-clus oream and cake, 4 cents diah. J. B. Cam ft Co. Vitobawta GARFIELD. Miss Minnie Koeuig is slowly re covering from her severe illness. Rev. Covert and family are visiting in this vicinity this week. A new church will be built at Kipp soon. Fred Bane is visiting at Mr. Sbirsck's. Quite a number of farmers have commenced plowing in this vicinity The ice cream social which was given At Mrs. Exline's of Kipp Friday evening was well attended. George While has recovered after having been bitten by a rattlesnake. The Ladies1 Missionary society of Poheta met at Mrs. Curries' last Wed nesday. NEWBERN. Homer Engle while helping to thresh at Abe Shank's received a pain ful gash in his head. Wni. Galligar and Enos Comers bought a threshing machine. Rev. Jacob Engle was in Abilene Saturday. Enos Engle of Hillsboro was in this vicinity last week. Noah Horshey, Jr., left Thursday for California on mission work. Mrs. Laura Dunn of Harrishurg, Pa., visited friends in this commun ity last week. Anna Leonard is on the sick list. Jno. Baldridge bought S. Rohrer's threshing machine, Mrs. Paul Schlegel left last week for Missouri to visit her mother. Miss Lizzie Colden visited friends in Solomon last week. Miss'Anna M. Herr will leave soon for India on mission work. NAVARRE. H. E. Swanger had his leg broken below the knee while hauling bundles to the threshing machine last week. A light rain fell here Sunday night but the corn is still very dry. Ed White's sale was well attended. Hattie and Charles Issitt are recov ering from the fever. Mrs. Geo. Gift has not been very well recently but is better. MOONLIGHT. C. C. Brown took two car loads of cattle to Kansas City Monday night. Enos Sheets put in a new pump Monday. Miss Lizzie McFerren returned Monday from visiting her sister, Mrs. S. Hassler, at Rhinehart. W. T. Reams went to Kansas City Wednesday night with two car loads of cattle. J. L. Lantz is visiting friends in Oklahoma. D. H. Brechbill is building an ad dition to his house. A number of our young folks at tended the social at Buckeye Saturday night. Farmers are busy plowing for wheat despite the dry wea her, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Goodwin were in Chapman Saturday. The Best' Groceries and The Best Dry Are We make a specialty in both these lines and we give our patrons prices that will sur prise and please everybody. Ladies should see our fine line of Sum mer Dry Goods. Nothing so nice in the city. Low prices on Groceries, especially on large purchases. Broadway, Abilene, Kansas. CHAPMAN. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Cbai. Lou den, on Sunday, a son. v H. A. Knight was doing business in J u notion City Monday. Father Leary was a Salina viaitor Monday. Mrs. A. J. Poor of Kansas City it visiting friends in this city this week. Rev. H. A. Koogle is erecting a large two story house in the west part of town. Mrs. Wm. Smith visited her parents at Morganville the first of the week Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd visited, friends at Detroit on Sunday. C. H. Freeman was awarded the contract for enlarging the chimney for the boilers at the high school.' Mrs. Lundregan is building a kitchen and large porch to her real dence in this city. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Carroll en tertained a few friends at their ele gant new cottage on Sheeran avenue Tuesday evening. The evening was spent 'at cards. Lunch and coffoe were served. All enjoyed themselves and at a late hour returned to their homes wishing Mr. and Mrs. Carroll a long and happy life in their beauti ful new home. RHINEHART. Mr. and Mrs. James Uillett and daughter Mildred of Woodbine visited friends here this week. , Roy Thlsler of Chapman called here Sunday. Henry Staatz purchased a new wind stacker threshing machine last Friday in Chapman, Mrs. A. L. Bollinger of Pearl vis ited relatives here Tuesday. Max Hoffman spent Sunday with bis brother Paul. Fred Moore of Woodbine was doing business in this vicinity Saturday. Mrs. W. H. Hollinger and son Allen were doing business in Abilene Mon day. J. A. Gillett of Woodbine was doing business here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. David Keller's Infant son, aged 11 days, died July 14 and was buried July IS in the Rhinehart cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hassler's son Allie is recovering after a two week's illness caused by running a nail in his foot. WOODBINE. There was a merry party of campers on the banks of Lyous creak last week consisting of Frank Johnson, Joe Gil lett, J. T. Price, C. S. Welfley and their families, Smiths too numerous to mention and almost everybody else. Five tents were comfortably furnished and with swings, croquet, boating, bathing and fishing things were lively. As it was less than a mile from town visitors were plenty. R. V. Dyer was in town the first of the week. Lee Taylor is on the sick list. Theodore Watson and family are sojourning in Missouri. J. R, Kohler and wife went to Skiddy Tuesday to work for the 0. M. B. A. Geo. Smith and wife of Abilene were in town and at the camp last week, G. C. Anderson was here on busi ness last week. D. B. Horton and Sim Robbins are having their store painted. Goods the CheapestI L H. KUMP. Republican County Convention. A delegate convention or the Republicans at Dickinson, county will be held In the Court House In the city ot Abilene, Kansas, on Saturday, August 4, 1000, at t p. m. (or the purpose ot nominating candidate! u follows: One candidate tor Representative. Slat district. One candidate for County Attorney. One candidate (er Probate Judge. Due candidate tor Clerk ot the District Court. One candidate tor Superintendent Public Instruction. Two candidates (or County High School Trustees. Delegates (rom the 2nd commissioner dis trict will also nominate one cuudldate tor County Commissioner of said district. Primaries (or the selection of delegates to said county convention will be held In the several voting precincts on Thursday, Au gustS, 1900. The hours for primaries will be from 4 to 8 p. m. In all precincts except Man chester where the hours will be from 4 to 8 p. in. The l)iils o( representation shall be one delegate for each 30 voles or (ruction of 10 votes and over cast for 1 lie Kepublleau can didate (or secretary of state at the fall elec tion o( 10, and one delegate at lurge for each preeluet, entitling the several precincts to the following representatives: Abilene, 1st ward ... Bl.letrersoti 5 " Und ward... s Logan..... ij " Brd ward.... rtlLyon 15 " 4th ward.... sjUlierty S Buckeye 4 NYwbern 4 Hanner 4 Monle Clieevcr alliidge Detroit ItUlilneliurt... Enterprise ltkSoloinon Flora r,Slierniiin Fragrant Hill SiSand Springs tlui-tteld iM'nloit Grant fi, Wheatland H Holland .TWIllowdale 3 Hayes nj Hope 8l Total 145 Hy vote of the central committee It Is op tional with each voting district as to in structions for candidates for nomination. Committeemen of the several precincts are requested to send to the secretary of the central committee credentials for delegates selected Immediately after the primaries in order to facilitate the business of the con vention. Hy order of central committee. 11. E. F.u.iRciN, J. It. Cask, Secretary. Chairman. The city park will be dedicated by a lawn party for the benefit ol the O. M. B. A. next Wednesday evening. The Lyona band will furnish music. Mrs. Zimmerman of Enterprise will deliver an address and there will be songs and recitations and au icecream stand. Several of the young people attend ed a dance at Baxter's grove last Fri day evening. " WHEATLAND Rain is badly needed in this part of the county. Farmers are busy threshing wheat and plowing for next year's crop. (ieorgu White was bitten by a rat tlesnake last week but is getting along nicely. Mrs. George Kobson had a painful operation performed on her foot lust week. Uncle Billy Robson Is the happy owner of a handsome gold watch, a present from bis employer, D. I.. Kmig. Mr, and Mrs. R. J, (lump enter tained a number of friends last Sun day. They were: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Darling and and family ol Gypsum City, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Dunlap, Will and Miss Carrie Greenwood, Miss Rosa Garten and S. V. Mont gomery. Cake and Ice cream were served, Ernest Mell, C. F. Grubbs, Wm. Schultz and Henry Dunn are on the sick list this week. Mrs. Ola Wilson of Abilene visited with her brother, C. F. Grubbs, Sat urday and Sunday. ACME. Mrs. Harvey Frey ol Talmage Is visiting friends here this week. J. E. Musser did business in Enter prise on Tuesday afternoon. Frank Philips has erected a new windmill, Farmers are beginning to plow for the fall crop. The corn crop here is suffering badly and will be an entire failure if rain does not come soon. FOUND HEW BRICK CLAY. Parker Thinks He Has the Bight Stuff Now C. W. Parker has found a new brick clay on west side on the John Van derbelt property that is believed will make better brick than any yet dis covered. The first kiln burned by the brick plant was not a complete success owing to the clay being so brittle when dried that the bricks cracked badly. The new clay is be lieved to be all right and It will stand sun-drying without injury. Some Saline County Wheat- According to the Salina papers these yieldi of wheat are reported in Saline county: Antone Kielien about 80 bushels to the acre, sold (or 69 cents; C. W. Lamar, 80 acres, SI bushels, another field of 115 acres "fully as much." Ill I'D (If I ABILENE, HAS., famous Pure. I tli 1UU1I Jerseys nd Poland Cblnw.Wrlt. Next Saturday, July 21. In order to prove AND- Baking Powder Victor Ixtracts we will serve Ice Cream and Cake to every body, SATURDAY, JULY 21st, at FOUR CENTS A DISH. UTCukcs mado with Imperial flour and Rex baking powder; icecream flavored with our famous Victor extracts. J. B. CASE & CO. ROBBED RHINEHART STORE. Postolce Supplies and Merchandise Taken by Farm Hands. Last night two men broko Into the store and postolllco at Rhlnchart, ransacked the storo, loaded two grain sacks with (25 worth of postage stamps and $50 to $75 worth of mer chandise, including tobacco and small articles of value and skipped, Two men with sacks wore seen near Pearl about daybreak this morning and one was recognized by G, Sillier as George Defener, a harvost hand who has been working In Rhinehart township. They were then cowing north and the ollicors are trying to trace them. Postmaster Murphy wants them badly and they will stiller If caught. Hodge Bros, have for sale One second band Phaeton, price $15.00. One second band Top Huggy, price $20.00. One second hand Road Wagon, price $16.00. One second hand Spring Wagon, price $35.00. These jobs are all cheap at the. prices we ask for them. REV. SIMPSON TALK8. Former Abilene Preaoher Telli of the James Delusion. Rev, i. A. Simpson, formerly pro- siding elder of this M. E. district, spent last Friday with Rev. T. H. James, the western Kansas preacher who thought he bad $20,000,000 but didn't. He says: "He explained to me that there had been a mistake on the part of tho at torney and administrators of the estate in England. It seems that there were two sots of James children in the family soveral generations past, one bearing the same name as our friend. 'Rev. James had been duly notified aod, of course, hastened across the sea, only to llnd upon his arrival that the fortune belonged 'o another. "Do I believe hlruP As much as I believe that I am alive. There Is no deception or attempt at deception In that man. A talk with blui would convince an sane man of that fact. "He is to be pitied, for to all but have your hands on twenty million dollars and then lose it would raak anyone feel depressed, I think." . - Local Markets. Butter, Kood II a 13 Knits, perdm 1 Hens t (lurks and Keen 4 Turkeys per pound, alive Potatoes per tin 40 Flour per 100 lbs I SO 1 1)0 Hons perils! lbs 4 IS 4 4 :is tows per I'll ll: 1 8 25 fleers per 100 lbs S .10 ft 4 00 Hlieeponfoot 3 00 4 HO Wheat No. I W Wheat No. t a t Wheal No. 4 S Corn as 40 Bye '8 Oats 90 ITTTUB MARKR. Prices for creamery butter at point named lor wiwii enuina umihjt. iickiiinuii county price 1H cents less than New York, 1 ceou less man inicaffo. Kansas CITT-Kancy separator ISc, dairy fancy 14c. Chicaoo Creamery IS O ISM, dairy 14 0 1J. New YoRK-Westera creamery MX A MMc, factory 14 to IS. the good qualities of Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, AT LOWEST RATES. fejrCall and see me upstairs In Mcliiorney Ulock. W. D. NICHOLS EDWARD C LITTLE, A.ttorney-at-La'W, AHIl.ENE, KANSAS. Office over Hubbard's book store. fer Line. Commercial trade a specialty. Hpcclal attention to boarding horses, Leave orders at the 1'aelllc hotel. Central hotel, or telephone S2. W. S. BADGER & SON. Ilrlck Livery Stable, Hpruce street, J. J. Soman, Pres't. O. N. PamtTT, Oashlef, A. W. 1iviNOSTOK, Ass't Cashier. Abilene State Bank, Capital $23,000. AIIIl.KNE, KANHAS. (IT VI it solicit a share of your business. FCCORSETS MAKE 1 American beauties FCCORSETS Mado in all the newest models and leaders in strictly exclusive designs. They have a national reputation for genuine corset worth. Send for our illustrated price list. KALAMAZOO CORSET CO., Salt Mnk'ri, fur tai by CAGE BROS. WASHMON UNIVERSITf BT. LODIS. Jtnl Ttm fefftiu aqst. 7,XK. 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