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COUIITY EEPLCCTIONS BT gPIoUt MrLTCTOB OOiiBJCSPONDSMT. dtriiirfti iiTfr'Tr'r'-'fYr-- N S. W00LVERT0N, '" satisfaction fnaranWiedoraoW-. V. 1 nt AhlMnaM llTHOi ,11 Brown phon. No. MM. dfM If atebook be seen at f6oce unu , iZiirofIiiroc Jersey hoga, BUM (or sale. ' t f'. j LANEY DISTBICT. Mrs. John Vandenburg and chll dren and Miss Adda Aker are visiting . their iter Mrs. Grant Foster. Vera -and Glen Romberget""of rhannte ere visltine their nnole. Samuel Romberger and Jamily, Mrs. EH. Houta, Mrs. 8. Romber - ger and Miss Graoe Mast and sister : visited Mrs. Philip Houta last Tiles- day afternoon. V '... Jesse Akers oame in from western Kansas Saturday to attend to some business affairs. He reports every- thing looking fine out there. Floyd MoCardle and Miss Edna Em let attended the league anniversary at Talmage Sunday evening. DETEOIT. ' ' ' Misses Hattie and Eva Dunlopme turned from Montana Monday. They have been teaohlng there the past ' Vtr. Parker and wife were visitors at Mrs. Monsell' the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seyler of York, Peon., were guests of H. E. Swanger and family last week. Brioe Gervin is here on a visit. Mrs.' John ' Dunlop is Improving nicely. ' ''" ' ' '- ' ' Grandma Huitt-returned Saturday from Talinage after several days' visit with relatives.. " ,. C- ' l' Mrs. 8. A. Lyman of Topeka Is the guest of Mrs. Munsell and daughter for several days. ,1 V SPECIALS f Cliildrcn's Day exerolses will be held at Mt. Pleasant, June 9. Joe Rawlins and Miss Blanch Gillum were married at the home of the bride's parents near Gypsum, May 29. A lares crowd attended the 'adding. Their many , friends wish them a long and happy married life. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Went Shirack a son. Henry Shier died at his home in Salina Sunday morning, June 2nd, aired 78 rears. Mr. Shier was one of the eldest and most highly respected settlers of these parts. He moved to .j m ' pi m . m . si a ai' ni ij lal J la ' MOONLIGHT, J. G. EJfGLE Public Sale Specialty ( Beforenost Any bank of Act um, &. PUWM Brom, lsoo: or Banna a lew years ago irom nis rin . M.l . W i-.. ,fA daughter. Ha Christian and a member of the Pres. byterian churoh. He was burled, in the Poheta cemetery Tuesday after noon. of a fir&toSr c trici 3 in ti . 3 vehicla busi ness depends largely ontho long-wearing andeasyrun- ' ningquautis? cfthe vehicles sold. The MOON BROS. BUGGIES not only embody these Qualities but are superbly finished. They are made of the very best material obtainable. , 1 1 i.i r i i 7 JQD r t tr f" ffTS ii U Li W Lt U Ui Li U J W Address! , Abilene, Kaa., two sons and -one I s very earnest I n PLEASANT VALLEY. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Price Minlok, i Jesse Crlder is busy working on hisl , J 1. , XT. . 1 t ' .1 1 I this summer. Quite a number from here attended the River Brethren love feast at Clay y, May 80, oountr. ' : : , Mrs. Joe Myers visited ti thul Mr. and Mrsi E. H". Sheets went to yioinity Sunday.. Clay county to remain about a week. ChUdren's Day exerolses will be ' U,,,!n enM fham fnr msnu irA9r with ftlirh snlfifldid SUCCeSS S .ulemSrlS: fc? we j confidently Relieve them to be the best vehicles on the market. unit si r-u lafiiimty in uuirifiiHM iiimim iM w,mi,ii, v, . . O ' . . , , , l.....lLI.L.Il.' We have an unusually large stocK on nana, cverymma unm, Wm. Page and family spent Sunday at New Bethany, Margie Bert went to Baldwin Tues day to see her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brechblll, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Climenhaga and Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bert spent Saturday and Sunday in Clay county. . Mrs. Murphy is visiting With her sister, Mrs. C. A. McCoshy E. Derrick and family, Will Baer and wife and Frank Vail were guests at Abe Brown's Sunday. - James Brown ofi Industry was do ing business at Buckeye Monday. Mr. Gish of Abilene was in this vicinity Monday. , ,' .'.V Bull for Sale. For kale, high grade, Bed Polled new and up to date. If ' I.i t i . m n 1 j.h n,i. l.ttfDB8dv for nun. inquire oi A. i. aagans, rrau rrinn. T.m 4ur t.hdi arrymt to! 1. Manchester. i ' 89-2 Only part of the family leava I ' 9 - live. SOLOMOp. EINE3AET. AT THE 1 ARCADE THIS WEEK, - 8So value Lawn Waists. . 1.60 value Lawn Waists. . 8.0Q value Lawn Waists .. .. .. ;1 8.09 value Silk Waists at r t.00 value Silk Waists at.. . . ...69 ..i.16 ..1.681 ..2.48 ..8.28 Big line of ready made Skirts to select jrom in tne new weaves in popular colors. ,! . , 8.00 values is popular colors, price i out to... ... 2 88 4.60 value, price out to..' 8.87 6.00 value, price out to . .-.4.78 ; ' Ladies' and Children's Shoes I i . .' We offer biff values this week. I J 126 Oxford Ties, per pair... f.... .89 .T-- ' e nn IWfnrH Tlnt 1.87 2.26 Oxford Ties at 1.48 ' 8.00 Patent Leathers 2.28 4.00 Patent Leathers...:.. ......2.98 Children's Oxfords, cut sale prices, per pair.. . . ..89, 78 and .96 New Lawns and Dimities, cut prloes. . . .f i. 8, 11 and 14o paryard ' New Tndia Linens and Dotted 6wisses, prices out to v .,..8, 10, 14 and 19o per yard New and complete line of Walstings in silk fabrics at reduoed price this week. Pjxoial sale nf men's and boys' Cloth ing ana Lnuurwear at cm prices this who. Men's and Boys' Shoes. ? .00 value men's Dres Shoes . . . 1.4 S valoefatin Calf.... ...,.1.!9 S value ViciKid..... Ti ? ' value Bo Calf....... 2.73 1.-. : v, hoea l.S Ji . T t Lratber 2.67 1- ' , cut sale prices frr 1 . t 87c, 9Hc and 1.18 .CHAPUAW. Nellie Scherer oame home from Em' poria the first of the week where she was attendingthe State Normal. Ed Armold transacted business in t 1 I Andy Brown was a Woodbine Salina Monday. . f Mrs. Frank Henderson entertained Visitor one day, last week. ; ' L. E. Humphrey of Towner, Colo., a number of friends Friday evening.! W. E. Hauler was a Chapman lis spending a few days in the oity. Helen Potter of Abilene is visiting visitor Sunday evening. Hazel , Armold returned from To- Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Steen. " I Mrs. H. H. Diehl of Emporia visited peka Monday where she attended Mrs. Federlin who has been visiting Wends and relatives here last week, Washburn college the past year, relativea in Junction City returned returning home Saturday. Wm. Chamberlain was a business Friday. - -: . ; C... R. Bollinger was in Junction visitor at Alida the orst ol tne ween Marie Sheeran has een suffering City the first of last week. I G. A. Morris and wife went to Den with measles. . . Mr. aid Mrs. L.-3. Murphy were ver the first of the week lor several MissTessle HaVden left Saturday 'bopping In Chapman one day last weeks' ylsit. for Elmo to visit Father O'Reilly. ,week. ' : Frank Thorp went to Denver Satur- Leslie Bauehey transacted business day tor attend the funeral oti Bis morning for Oklahoma City for a two in Woodbine one day last week. brother-in-law. weeks' visit with her husband,- who I Miss Ethel Holllnger who has at-1 Miss Mayme Harris returned from is employed in the Swjjt packing tended Wasfabnrn college at Topeka, Montana the first of the week where honse there. I oame home Tuesday. f- ' ' ; ' she was, teaonmg scnoot. James Sheeran went to Denver Sat Mrs, Ons Taylor was shopping in nrday to be gone about three weeks. I Chapman Tuesday, Mrs. Margaret narns is no me visii- mis ivUiu uaugney reiurneo oome , . ,.ndmn tnrnej from M.i- ing Her parents, nr. ana jurs, m. low. i i uesaay alter spending me winier o() Mr. S. E. Hogan visited her son p tennsylvama. Roy and his wife in Herington lastl Mrs. Sherwood and son of Exoel week. ': I slor Springs, Mo., are visiting Mrs. Mrs. 6. A. Gould Is visiting her Roy Beta, daughter and. family at Edmond, Ok. I Rev. W. H. Fawcett of Chapman Mrs. Herriok of Delphos, O., is vis- preached the memprlal sermon here lting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Booker and family. , She will remain several ;". BUCKEYE' weeks. Father Fleming visited Father Glen - Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Adams- visited LOGAN. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Engle at- i . . .. . , tended tne commencement srisw at the D C. H. S. last Wednesday. Tom Isslt shipped hogs last week. NEW BASEL Buckeye! of Herinrton the latter part of last I with Mr. Whiteley'a near week. (Sunday. , ... : Mrs. F. B. Collins has been softer-1 Mrs. H. B., Lair's daughter from ing with mumps. , I Brown county is here on a visit. L. & Baker, Mrs. Tim Riordan and! Mr. and Mrs. Darymple of Renfrew, daughter Maude, returned from their I Okie., visited at' E. Kilgore's California trip Saturday night. They week, report having a fine time, but are triad to be home. While in California Miss Maude was taken with measles and they were quarantined a week. Mra. John Wimsatt who has been in Bennington taking ear of her father who has been quite ill, returned Friday evening. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Laney. May 80, a giri. ' ' Mrs. Gay Tate and Mrs .Wm. Baker of Abilene visited their parents, Mr. and Mra. W. A. Hopkins, Thursday, Mr. and Mra. Welch enjoyed a visit from ithe former' brother, Cha. Welch of Wakefield last week. Mr. an j Mrs. Benedict of Herington spent a few, day visiting friends In this vicinity. Oliver Weber is home from Chap man Mis Katie Shatter spent Sunday at bom. Joe Baer Is the prond owner ' of last I another son, Mrs. Chss. Baer of Kansas City Rev. and Mra. A. L. Day and son was visiting in this vicinity one day Wlllard of Barnes are. visiting Mr. I last week, Day's parents, W. W. Day. Mrs. 8. Spotts and daughters! visited Mra. J. D. Adams last week. John Peatling and family of Buck et spent Monday night with J. D.I McNeal's. Mrs. Ella Mahler left Tuesday for Des Moines, Iowa. ACME Irene Pemberton of Emporia called on Prof. Steen and wife Friday., HAYES. Mra. Sam Benison made a business trip to Abilene Friday. Mr. Philllppl of Navarre pained rough her on his way to Washing ton scanty to visit a dsot ur sod pent Wednesday 1 night with Mr. rd and family. lira. Owen Wiuoa visited in Chap- an "eral dirs Int we ST Cuii-irea' dy at the Betbanv ,? - 'ji, J;.- , Erer .' The ball game Saturday between the pick np team and Aome wis well attended. The mult was four to nothing In favor of Aoma. La ore Fry, Cora Purvis, Marjorie Eva and Lois Woolvertoa came home MissEloa Smith of Abilene spent from chapman Thorday where they annaay anernoon win im oy" have been attending KhooL Adams. , , . I A . ..j r.i. nri...i. i.ii traniyu np irom ranama w ,t Will EneU's Sunday. . . nr urr rv i. - I visn n,s parenu -7- Ther. was a lanra crowd at church unuaren s iy at in scnooioouse tt perj Sanjt. aunoaj, ,un. . Mra. T. Q. 'R.affmaa called at C The Mine Day cam bom from I Fry., g,tardav afternoon uaianomaxueway. I Mr. and Vra. Gneat visited friends Mr. and Mra. A. W. Rice and Mr. ; TALMAGE. , Mrs. Mart Whitney is on the siok l- The Children's Day exerolses were well attended. , The program was wall rendered. 'Mrs. Richard Grioe and Mra. Wm Edwards were shopping in Abilone Tuesday. . . Mr. John Whitney and son, Elmer, were in Abilene Saturday. ' Mrs, Tom Fulton is on the slok list.:-' ,. ' !--'..' ."' Mis Nina Bomberger of Chanute I visiting her uncle Frank Chase and family.. Mr. -and Mrs. Earl Haynes visited Mr. and Mr. Walter Dilllng Sunday Ther will be preaching at the Laney school house next Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock by Rev.. Tobias of Abilene. Mra. Geo. Laney Is spending a few days with her son Walter near 8oU mon. -t, ,"- PEAEL. Sam and Erma Heller returned home Monday evening from a visit with their sister Mabel Elliot of Banner. Mr. and Mrs. Hettenback visited Will Delken's Sunday afternoon. Mr, Brandage's mother returned home Tuesday morning. Fred Fraud went to Abilene Mon' day. . ' . ' , - Mr- Rio of Topeka was her Satur day. , , Stanley Hatfield came home Sunday from a two week' visit near Donegal. The dance last Saturday night at Gu Leonard's was well attended. Carl Mltohner stopped over night In Pearl while on his , way from Mis souri, where he has been in school, to his horn in Sharon Spring. Mr. Fosslanii's grandson is visiting them this week. , Mrs. Jerrett who has been on the siok list Is up again. ,. ' Mr. Hatfield and , family' visited friends near Donegal. 1 I, ; BELLE SPRINGS. , Miss Anna Blagg left Tuesday for a two weeks visit with friends in Oklahoma. , ' , Wm Rubin and John Mirmelster, two retired farmers of Abilene, were visiting friends in this vicinity Sun day. f, '"''.' Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Volkman and Mrs; Carl Elirlick and son of Hills boro," are visiting relatives In this neighborhood. nenry nonrs anu remiiy oi union were pleasant callers at C. Rloke- man's Sundays. t Mr. and Mrs, Ben Kimberg ; re turned from their wedding trip to New Mexico and left a few day later for their new home in Lorraine, Ka.-' ' ".- Brown-Young. Miss Adda Brown of Topeka and William Young of Enterprise were married Wednesday morning at the home of the bride, 606 Western avenut, Topeka. , Salina Couple Married, -A. W. Lawrence and Miss Hazel. Darbe came down from Salina and were married today by Probate Judge Rankin, They wished to commence their married life in a good town. Dickinson Men on Staff. R. A. Campbell, department com mander of (he G. A. R , ha appointed two Btckinson county oomradea as members of his staff: Judge O. L. Moore of Abilene, department inspec tor; A. M. Crary, Herington, patriotio instructor. . Ward of Abilene were calling friends la this vicinity Sunday. . Russet Fair returned from Brown county Tuesday. CSTEVEB Alls Colman is visiting friends in these part. Tiiere will b ChildrecN day at CbTr church Jan 9th at 1.50. Q iUe a few from tltn parts left to Kar.-.a. Jtofw Cn:e mi far.i'y s--ot Sua- ln the Sand Hills over Snaday. Clara Gunsslraan is visiting at Mr. Herat' this week. Arthur Morley of Longford 1 her visiting his brother Walter. W. M. Campbell went to Minne apolis to attend the teachers Institute. Will Martin and family visited relatives at Carltoa Sanday- Ther will be preaching at Oar- mocy rhnf . h aeit 8unday morning and evvn;.' j. Mr. t-i "' N. E. Rm visited J .'.':rr;:.i Gross Icji Efc&r'TrccS Can be attached to any binder. Positively guaranteed to remove all neckweight and lide draft. Can work two horses on each side of tongue on common i-horse double tree. Both Double and Single Trucks on hand. Tor further, particulars call on your dealer or write J. II. NOR! IAN, LcrferJ, livers.