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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE. KANSAS, OCTOBER 18, 1900. TWELVE PAGES.
COUNTY REFLECTIONS BY SPECIAL BEFLFCTOB "Half a Loaf. is Better Than No Breai" Who would be satisfied with half-health Whole health is possible to him who realizes and uses his knowU edge. The tetven of the whole ktf of hetlih Is Hoofs SustptMt. There is no medicine like it for tmsting tnd dis solving tS blood impurities. Bad Stomach stomch troubled me, I ou drowsy, hid no en ergy tnd suffered severely from son month tnd gtiherings In my cats. Hood's StrupiriUi his completely cured me," Louie Jeffries, New Phhdelphii, EL Never tike tny substitute vihen you ctU for Hood" s Stniptritti. Remember Hood't Ptlli cart IWer 111 : the non Irritating ni oly cathartic to tain with Hoott'ii 9ariprlllt, RHINE HART. J. F. Murphy was doing business in Abilene last Saturday. Most of the farmers are through sowing whsat in this vicinity. E. C. Hollinger of Salina spent Sunday with home folks. The box social at the Fairview school bouse Monday evening was all report a good time. Calvin Hassler is sick with typhoid fever. There was a farmers' institute in Rbinehart school house Friday even ing. While working with a threshing machine Wednesday A. Philips had a finger taken off. HOPE C. G. Martin and E. A. Donmyer went to Kansas City Saturday. H. F. Brinkman was down from Dillon last week. Eev. Fowler preached to a large audience Sunday morning. The Hope band went to Herington Monday to greet Gov. Stanley. Rev. and Mrs. Lucas have returned from Clay Center where they attended B church meeting. J. H. Eichelberger is painting his bouse. . Miss Axlord spent Saturday and Sunday with friends In Carlton. Mr. Tupper is here with his family. The Presbyterian Sunday school will have a chrysanthemum day soon. Mr. Burch, president of the Cement and Plaster company, is in town. John Forrest is home from Abilene where he was on the jury list. TALMAGE. Campmeetlng continues all week. Eev. Dunkleberger Is conducting the services, J. S. IlitT will move to Abilene into a bouse he recently purchased. E. E. Carnine and wife are spend ing a few weeks visiting Mrs. Car nine's parents at Offerle, Kansas. The carpenters are busily engaged building the new school house. A. C. Dietz has moved Into T. C. Ilifl's house and Frank Stewart into the one vacated by Mr. Dietz. Rev. Beatty has resigned his pas torate and consequently this charge is without a preacher. Mrs. Eastwood, mother of Mrs. John Fulton, is spending a few weeks here with relatives. DILLON D. D. Nusz returned Friday from a trip to Oklahoma. Allen Barnes, Frank Klingberg and Edith Davis were home from Chap man on a visit. A. Bobannon had his sale Friday after postponing it for aeveral days. Lewis McKinney and Geo. Reed left Monday for Reading. Mr. Reed has finished his threshing for this season. Mrs. B. F. Barnes and son Ray went to Chapman last week. Mrs. J.'Rumold received a car of lumber with which she will build a large barn. ' For sale, a choice quarter section of land in Wheatland township, 60 acres in grass, balanc under cultiva. tion. Inquire of P. H. Halleck, re' ceiver of Thos. Kirby Bank. ' ltst bahlUa CORRESPONDENTS. ENTERPRISE. J. R. BERRY, CORRESPONDENT. Geo. Taylor and family were guests of G. R. Lamb Saturday. Miss Marie Huls of Abilene visited relatives here Sunday. T. L. Hoffman returned to school at Lindsborg Sunday. Emil Grosser spent Sunday in To peka. Julius Klaus of Enid, Oklahoma, is the guest of J. P. Klaus and family. Chas. Reimold is visiting at his home In Tampa, Kas. Paul Schoen feld is taking his place as bookkeeper in the bank. . Miss Lucy Goodin is visiting in Abilene. Dr. W. C. Flack of Council Grove returned home after a few days' visit with relatives here. Mrs. James Lynch returned to Van Buren, Ark., after a few weeks' visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Holter were in Salina Monday., S. C. Dederick is able to resume bis work after a few days' illness. John Jackson left Monday for Man- kato to enter several dogs in the races.' Rev. Vincent made a trip to Wood bine Monday. S. Dederick and wife spent Sunday with relatives at Detroit. Rev. Roller, German evangelist, has been assisting in the German re vivals at this place. Mrs. Dieckleman returned Monday from Topeka where she was a dele gate to the Rebekah grand lodge. CASE'S. Bring us your Butter, Poultry, Eggs, and Lard and all Produce. We are headquarters for staple and fancy Groceries. i 2-lb packages Oatmeal 25 1 4-lb package Gold Dust Wasti ng Powder 20 7 packages 1776 Washing Pow der 2S 14 bars Standard Soap 25 3 lbs Dried Peaches 25 6 lbs Prunes 25 2 lbs Fancy Pitted Prunes 25 1 lb chewing Tobacco 27 1 lb smoking Tobacco 22 1 cans Merry War Lye 25 3 bottles E. 'i. Stove Polish. ... 25 1 22-lb box Soda crackers, per lb 07 2 lbs pure Rio coffee 25 1 lb uncolored Japan Tea 45 1 No. 2 lamp chimney 08 1 No. 1 lamp chimney 05 8 cakes fancy Toilet Soap 05 5 lbs Starch .,; 26 1 package Bird Seed 08 1 clothes Basket 69 Try 1 gal Case's Sugar Syrup at 40 1 gal pure Kentucky Sorghum. .. 60 26 oz Baking Powder 26 1 oak Tub 65 3 cans good Tomatoes 25 1 doz can's Otoe Corn 1.00 1 can fancy Apricots 15 1 can Columbia River Salmon. . . 10 1 can Sardines '. 05 fancy Mackerel 25 1 pall White Fish 60 1 bottle Durkee Salad Dressing. . 15 See our line of Mocha and Java Colfces. 3 qts Cranberries 25 1 pail Cottolene 80 4 lbs fancy Japan Kice 25 1 pail Apple Butter 25 1 pall Plum Butter 25 1 pkg Buckwheat Flour 12J 1 pkg Pancake Flour 12 1 pkg Corn Starch 05 1 pt Bluing 10 1 lb Breakfast Bacon 13 Hams per lb 13 Fancy California Hams per lb. . . 10 3 lbs Bologna 25 2 sacks Corn Meal 25 Special prices on 500 lbs flour lots this week. We carry the most complete line of groceries in town. Come in and be convinced. We are headquarters for modern prices. We are the leaders in low prices. Without us you would pay more for goods. J. 8. CASE & CO. Emily Slaughter returned Saturday after a few days' visit in Topeka. G. R. Lamb has erected a flag staff 52 feet high at the top of which floats a banner for McKfnley and Roosevelt. Miss Sadie Loeb holds the position of city editoi on the Enterprise Eagle. We notioe a marked improvement ii that department. A number of fusion oirculars were pasted on windows, signs and other personal property Monday night. Rewards are out for information lead ing to the arrest and conviction of the guilty parties. Mrs. Oscar Benham visited rela tives in Abiiene Tuesday and Wednes day. Miss Madie Loeb is assisting Miss Jaquith in the millinery department at Peterson & Oitberg's store. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koch and daughter Edna left Tuesday for a visit in Hutchinson. Jacob King returned Tuesday from a visit of several months abroad. Miss Daisy Hamilton of the Western Union left Tuesday for Manhattan where she will take charge of the tel egraph office. John Krapf and family returned from Enid, Okla., Tuesday. John reports plenty of work both in and out of the state and has a number of large jobs awaiting him. Miss Sophia Eyth returned Satur day from Topeka where Bhe was a delegate to Rebekah grand lodge. In New Quarters. M. P. Shearer's shop has been moved from Broadway to Cor. Cedar and Third, under Broughton's, All wanting first class work call, 6-2c2t CHAPMAN. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Quirk, on Sunday, a daughter. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Clen nan, on Sunday, a son. Reese Robertson, a pupil at the high school, is very ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Belle Rexroat of Colby is vibK ing her daughter, Mrs. Ira Whitehair. Mrs. Mamie Joy of Dorrance is vis iting in the city. John Cline, the contractor (or the rural mail route, made his first trip MonJay. R. T. Cline left for Oklahoma Mon day on a business trip. Patrick Riley is dangerously ill with pneumonia. The sale at Jas. Holland's Wednes day waB well attended and good prices were realized. BUCKEYE. Rev. Bright preached Sunday night Conference meeting was held at Mrs. A. E. Simmers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Purvis spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. W. R. Miore. Mrs. M. E. Hoyt spent three days visiting friends at Acme and Holland last week. Emery Plum expects to take a trip east soon. Farmers are getting their catt'e home from pasture. Geo. Sleichter's baby is very Bick Hon. O. C. Clemens, Socialist nominee for governor, will address the people of Dickinson county Saturday, Oct. 27 th, at 1:30 p. m., at the court house. Come and hear the next governor of Kansas. 1 Committee. DETROIT. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mcrillattof Iowa are visitingjhis . parents and friends here. Rev. Newton, the new U. B. minis tor, preached his first sermon Sunday evening. Frank Wier is building an addition to his house. Riley Louden returned last week from Los Angeles, Cal., where be has been for two years. Mr. and Mrs. F. Holter of Wichita and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Holter of Enterprise were guests ol John Wag ner Sunday. Mrs. C C. Tilton returned from Choyenne, Wyo. C. Merillatt left Sunday for Canada. His daughter, Miss Lydia, accompan ied him :o Ottawa, Kas., where she will visit her sister. If you want a road wagon, buggy or carriage come in and see what we have. We can suit you. Can sup ply you with ims, rifles and am munition. Pkenpekoast, Hardware. E. Bergstresser.dentist IETJNI0N OF EARLY COMERS TO DICKINSON. Pleasant Gathering at Enterprise- Good Speeches and Many Interest ing Incidents New Officers Chosen. FORTY YEARS IN KANSAS. Mnre'n forty yours In Kansas, , Through all her lips and downs; With about one dozen smiles To forty 'levon frowns. I alien Mowed I'd bunch my truck And leave her by and by, Bnt still 1 keep on staying, And I can't tell why. Cnn't be I'm getting childish, And my heart has took a claim And stuck lis stakes In Kansas For to stay but nil the same. Once I fouud mywlf a wishing That If ever I should (Iter I'd like to sleep In sunny Kansas Though I can't tell why. -tMrs. L. litclley. The old settlers of Dickinson coun ty, as well as many who could not be called old, gathered at Hoffman's grove, Enterprise, last Saturday and enjoyed a very pleasant reunion. President C. Hoffman oalled the meeting to order and an invocation was then offered. Mayor E. V, Holtman delivered an address of welcome that was well phrased and expressed Enterprise's pleasure at being the host. Rev. J. F. Leary of Chapman feel ingly responded. After music by the band reference was made to the report of last year's meeting by C. B. Hoffman who also offered an amendment to the consti tution providing that every resilient of Dickinson county may become a social member. It was adopted. Heretofore 25 years' residence was re quired. It was also voted to inorease the number of vice presidents to sev en. Officers were eleotcd as JoIIowb: President, G. R. Lamb, Enterprise. Vice presidents, G. B. HalK Solo mon; Mrs. J. Korn, Newborn; R. Mo Shea, Chapman; John Loecher, Her ington; Wm. Ramsey, Solomon; Geo. Staatz, Woodbine; John Jumper, Chapman. Secretary and treasurer, C. B. Hoff man, Enterprise. ' The county high school quartette led by Prof. Wilson sang and was en cored. Rov, Dr. Blayney of Abilene deliv ered an Interesting address on "Fifty Years of Kansas Development." He reviewed the civilization of the plains and said that here Is the purest and best home life on the continent. In the Old Settlers' camp fire Wm. Ramsev and Mrs. Rcoves presided. Speeches were made by Green Lamb, Mrs. L. Ridley, Rev. Nottorf, Mrs. V. P. Wilson, Jack Markley, MrB. C. B. Hoffman, Geo. Staatss, Mrs. Hall, Tom Perry, Mrs. J. B. Warlield, J. H. Ma ban, Mrs. King of Chapman. The contest for tbe silver oups to be given the first born boy and girl In the county was contested for as fol lows: Mrs. Eliza McCormack, nee Howe, born Jan. 26, 185D, near Chapman. Mrs. Catherine Miller, born in Sep tember, 1859. Mrs. Minnie Koepke, nee Kandt, born on Lyons Creek, Jan. 20, 1860. Mrs. Emma Buss, nee Smutz, born near Chapman in November, 1862. F. H. Staatz, born on Lyons, Oct. 7, 1869. W. E. Nottorf, Turkey creek, Oct. 10, 1860. The loving cups wore of solid silver, gold lined, and were presented to Mrs. McCormack and F. II. Staatz by E. V. Hoffman on behalf of the city of En terprise They are very pretty and bear the inscription: "I'liKHKNTKII by tiik city ok kntkki'kihk to the kiiht boy huh. boun in dickin SON corrrr 1900." Among those present were P, Tisch- hauser, aged 80, who came to this county in 1863; S. Freeman, aged 80, who came In 1856; Kev. II. II. Not torf, aged 82, who came in I860; I). Townley, aged 82; D. Wimsatt, of Solomon, who came in 1866 and was sheriff In the early days of Geary county. It was decided to publish yearly an old settlers' paper giving the proceed ings of the annual meeting together with a short history of early settlers and portraits. Next year's meeting will be held In Enterprise. C. B. Hoffman and family enter m u It's English, Some men would wear veils and bustles if 'twere the London fashion comfort is sacrificed to style. But when the Britishers originate such a com fortable garment as the Gown Raglan it is small wonder this style is in such demand. C- 23. garments in this style are won derful dressy and give all the comfort of the ulster. Admire yourself in one at our store. Our varied line is sure to please, whether it is comfort, style, quality or price you look for. Furnishings, hats, caps, suits and overcoats lor the man, the boy, the child, If you will givo us a trial we know we can please you. tained at a picnic dinner over one hundred old setllurs and friends. About fifty new members joined the association, making a total enrollment of over two hundred. The annual dues are 25 cents which entitles the member to a copy of the old settlers' paper to be Issued. . PLEASANT HILL. Turlon Jaderborg was In Abilene Saturday with a load of apples. Dr. and Mrs. P, C. 'Anderson went to Randall, Kas., Tuesday where the doctor will practice medicino, A. Anderson entertained tbe follow ing guests at a very pleasant dinner party Sunday: Dr. and Mrs. Ander son, John A. Anderson and wife, C. P. Peterson and wife, Sophia Jacob son, Mrs. Hjclm and children, Albert Anderson and Erlck Falene. A large srowcl from hero heard Supt, Nelson at Enterprise Monday night, F, G, Pullver will have an auction olCleveland Bays Including 80 head of oolts and horses anil 23 Oregon horses at Harry Keel's place west of town next Friday, Oct. 26. It will be . a dispersal sale of the Geo. E. Drown Horse Co., and will be a rare oppor- tunlty to got bargains. ' . f GARFIELD. William Wilson of Solomon visited Mr, and Mrs. Goldsmith Sunday. The annual meeting of the Acme Creamery Co. was held Oct. 8th. The officers were all re-eleoied except R. Stone who will move to Abilene. Henry Starr was elected to take his place. The Methodist church at Sunuy slde have a new preacher. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Engle attended the wedding of Miss Katie Eyer and James Kyster last Tuesday In Abilene, Dr, W. J. Conner, osteopath, of Kansas City will be In Abilene Sun day, Oct. 21, to assist Dr, Sallle Con ner. Dr. Conner of Kansas City Is one of the first graduates from the A. T. Still School of Osteopathy at Kirksvllle, Ma., and was formerly an operator In that Institution. The Drs. Connor will receive and exam ine patients Sunday morning from 7 to 9:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs, Ada Brady, Consultation free. to Dear A'l'fe Nannj: Well, I'm clean tuckered out. Been down to Abbylocn to the Karnlval and jest bed the best time you ever saw. The streots and stores war. chuck full and runnln' over. The pirade wuz the biggest and them Boats, they called 'em, wuz about the finest I ever seed en nywharo. But of all the nine things I seed In Abby leen on Karnival day, my eyes wuz most tuck by a great, big, soft lookin' rocking chair in the window of the PALACE DKUG STOKE I jlst stopped stone still and gawked at it, and while I wuz a look in' a little feller stepped up to asido me and told as how that chair Is to be give away next New Year's Eve jiBt plum right out give away. Ho told mo how it wuz to be done, but I jlst plum forgot and they wuz to bizzy inside I didn't bother 'em about It, but I'm goin' in agin tomorrer to look particular at the CHAIK, and kinder see what I can manige to need that tbey have to sell. If there Is ennythlngyou want, I wlsht you would git it there and give me the tickets. So no more this time and yours truly from P. S. Write soon. Don't !:i.VeVrylyl.vl5l;J You Know! GAGE BRDS. Farmers! We are selling New Screws, Bolts, Rivets, and similar stock at 20 lbs, for $1, Everything must be closed out by the last of this month. SMART HARE, Receiver. Enterprise, Kas. DR. E. MAKINS, Jr., (GRADUATE) Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Office at Ilunnelt's barn, Abilene, KaiiHUs, J.J. IJummt, IWt. C. N. I'notiTV. Cashier, A. W. Livuhihton, Axb'lUasldur. Abilene State Bank, Capital $35,000. AIIILENI?, KANSAS. fVWe- follell a share of your business, WOODBINE. Jesse Fengol and wife have been visiting relatives here, Mrs. Geo, Middloton Is visiting In Indiana. There will be an elocutionary enter tainment In Hie Glllett hall Wednes day evening, Oct. 24, for the benefit of the Occidentals, and a social after ward. E. B. Curtis has lately received two train loads of cattle from the south, For heating and cooking stoves call at Prendcrgast's. There you will find a complete line of Riversides and Jewels, the best stoves on the market. See them and get prices before you buy. Wanted, horses and cattle to win ter, J, P, Finn, Elmo, Kas, 6-2 I QIDflllf A Hn.RNK. KAH., famous Flume- I, luUll Jen erseys and I'oUiiU Uliluas.WrlW Poi'UK Him., October 10, 1900. Ver Ant, Dklanv, fcrgct the tickets.