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AEILOE WEEKLY EEfLECTOS ASILENE, KANSAS, DEC TEH J 1907
COUNTY REf LECTIONS i IT SFKHAL NFLIOTOS 0QHBESPOMDBNT1. . rf-iriAlBitfiMi' i ffi as srft iif iwm isti N. S. W00LYERT0N, Lire Stock and general Mer? , chandise Anctloneer.' ButlifK-tlon ronnnWxxl or K paj i Beat of reference given. 1 Brown phone No. UK or riJn LojJ ox im A.U10H0. Eh , -. Auf.'OI atebook enttmitt Bhaekof Lk?i: Alto breeder of uaroc janaj o. ou tn SSl. . r " ' ., LOGAN. The Dunkardt held their annual . district eouncil at tbelrchurcb Satur- r day afternoon. , Parties from Junction City were in . Navarre as a prospective buyer of the lumberyard. Samael Lehman of Chapman wai visitor in thia vicinity Sunday Mr. Samael Eshelman ii suffering severely from a paralytic stroke. Prospects for her recovery are not very favorable. Hiss Cyrena Middletoa spent Satur day night at Walter Engle's. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Book is recovering from an attack of diphtheria. A box social will fee given in the new school building in Navarre en Friday evening. Dee. -20. All invited PRENDCSAST'S. Prendergast's Annual Stock Talcing 'Time (the week between Christmas .and New Tear's) will soon be here. We are very anxious to reduce -stock and will give seme rare, bargains in the whole line for the remaining days ' of 1907. We sell dry goods, notions, -cloaks, nnderware, blankets, shoes, hard ware, stoves, buggies, wagoas, car riages, etc Come early nd avoid the rush and remember that Saturday is our viar, vebv busy day. 82-2t18-2o Respectfully, Prenpkb&ast Dipt. Stork Co. r; J- O. ENOLE Auctioneer 1 Public Sales a 1 . Specialty I Befwenoa: - Any bank of Abi lene, UHU Brown. IBM; Acme Mutual. Address: Abilene. Km. Shooting Match at Navarre. , Saturday, Dee, 21, at 10 a. m Turkeys and geese. Shoot bine rocks. Everybody invited. . 14-2 J. A. Hooves. Official Statement of the rinanoial Con uiuoD oi tne ;ohester State Bank 10. 947 OB 7,650 70 107 It 1.000 00 1 10 S08 07 t.ait 07 at Manchester, Stats of Kansas, at tbe close I Business on sue M aav of use., U07, aisocacae. Loans and discounts B Loans on real estate Overdrafts Bank building, furniture and 81 turas. , , ) Expense aeoount Other boods and warrants Uasn ana slglit exchange, legal Total M.718 70 UAOXLITHB, Capital stock paid la I 10,000 09 Huruiusruoa 1.000 oo Undivided prolta m u .Merest l&i u Exchange tc 00 Individual denodts sa sot as Certificates of afslt. o,Mlss Total... I RTlsTs BTATB OF KANSAS, I... uicitinson Uetrntj, f I. H. S. Little, cashier of laid hank dn solemnly swear Ifiet the above scatomentls true; that said 'bank has no liabilities, and is not inaorseron an? note or ooilgatloo, other than shown on the above statement to the beat of et knowledge and belief . HnhMlDiw uoa u. u. fcirrLa, Cashier Bnbserffeed and sworn tn before me. raia iui uaj ox -i?ec , iwi. w. r. btotlbr. Isum notarj ruhiM, fOommlsftlon exnlrea nn the 97th Su April, rvjv.i OorrecVattest: 'E. W. Gi.mw, l U T. HoLuas. V Directors. Our oarefutly selected display of holiday goods will impress you with its worth, beauty and reasonable prices. The iBacket. . If you have any cabinet work or furniture to repair, also all kinds musical instrument work, tuning pianos, organs, etc"., take it to Gun- zelman & Pleiser, South First St. tee HATES. J. Page has gone to Iowa to visit "relatives and friends. r Miss Georgia Snyder attended the Cook-Copeland wedding Wednesday evening. - ' Mr. and Mrs Abe Brown visited at E. G. Prolpsco'a Sunday. ".-!'. Mrs, Carl Wiok was shopping in Abilene Wednesday. ' SANTA FE - 1 1 ANNUAL MEETING Geological Socisl? of America Albuquerque, IT. M , Dee, 20, , 1907-January 1 1907 Eina) Return Limit -Thirty days from. date of sale. Xranait Limit! "From the east- continuous passage in each dictation, the going trip to commence date of saw; return passage must begin when tioket is executed at Albuquerque. From Pad Ho coast points eealinu- oua passage on going trip; stop-overs on teturn witnin nnai limit. Fare from Abilene, , ' 'r ; $27.30 Round Trip ; Uo.it F. 8. BALLS, Agent. 6reg THE FAMOUS Appl on HAVE ARRIVED II . IXJLAkJ NUUpUJLll I No Better Apples In tbe Ctiontiy SEE THEM AT C. C. SHIVELEY'S GROCERY DONEGAL. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Kauffman were in Abilene Monday. Mrs. 8. Eshelman is seriously 111. R. Messing moved his family to Herington Saturday. Rev. T. A. Long called at H. E. Musser's Tuesday. Wok Steinbreoher of Clay .Center visited friends here Sunday. Clyde Summers returned Sunday (roaa Sallna Mrs. Park Strole left Tuesday to Joia her husband at Kansas City where tarny will reside. Anna Phillippi spent last week in Sallna. Sadie Landis left Tuesday for Thum- i, Okla. She will return in a few weeks. I ,,iua Phone 66 Full Bushel Boxes $1.50 to $2.50 MOONLIGHT. There has been some more thieving going on ill this community lately. The A. II. T. A. took tainirs in hand at onoe and sent for a blood hound from the southern part of the. state. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MoCosh spent Saturday night and Sundy in, Abilene. Mr. and Mrs. John Engle of Tal- mage were in this vicinity Sunday. Revival meetings started last Sun day evening at the Bethel church. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Breohbill, Mary and Bertha Hoover and Katharine Engle visited B. F. Eagle's. Isaac Page has purchased a automibile. . , ... E. G. Engle and Misses Anna Engle and Ellen Hoffman of Abilene were in this vicinity Sunday. PLEASANT VALLEY. Mr. Bryson is still in a critical con dition. Friends here reoeived word that Mr', and Mrs. Sam HisJop are the par ents of a baby daughter and are very happy in their far northwest home. The sewing society met with Mrs. Jacob Correll Wednesday of this week. Harry Picking and family took din ner with Hubert Kready's Sunday. Liuie Kreider is sewing at Buckeye this week. AT OUR STORE Christmas shopping is in full swing at our store and we are busy laying away goods. Our engraving box is running over and if you wish your goods engraved we suggest that you purchase them soon. Our Watoh stock is more oomplete that it has ever been before and It will give us pleasure to show yon anything from a nickle oase to solid gold. . Niekle watches from $2.00 up. Gold ones from $10.00 up. Dividends in Dia monds. A stone bought six years ago has increased in value almost 100 per eent and Is increasing 10 per eent a year. They grow into money while yon wait. Invest in a rising market. Prices range from $15.00 up. On the installment plan if yon wish. v. u4g r..aWir-. V. "jfifi Cut Glass The brilliancy of the Llbbey Cut Glass has never been tarnished by competitors and its standing in tbe cut glass world is above reproach! , It is oontidered the highest art of the giassmaker. We also oarry a moderate, priced line with articles from 20 cents up. Pickard China Thousands presents on inspection. of handsome hand for your w,uuu unnsimas rrosoni FOX TOUR- iVife, Children or Parents 185,000.000 i; IT IS NOT WHAT T0TJ J PAT P0E , ' BUT WllAT f, TOU GET FOR WHAT I TOU PAT- That Counti I ,lae vast saw of good coin the widewa, etc af WORKMEN have got ia the past 40 years and they got u promptly, x ne nest euiaens oferery eosjaiaaity are proud uf their Membership in the Old Reli able A. O.C. , and attest its worth as a Social, Fraternal and BeoetMal Order. TW IVflrVmah Oldest. IU0 UVlhUitt Tka most Substantial, The most Economi cally Managed and Beat Fraternal Iasaranoe Order in America. Have yoa a Wife tni Children? A dependent Sister, Mother or Fatherf The A. O. V. W. was or ganized to help tbe men of moder ate mesas protect their bosses and : aave their fasaiiiee from want, AT ACTUAL COST. Sal laaoraartc Cannot be Cheaper . I. FRANCIS, Eapnty Grand Master Workman, ia ia tbe eity for a short time, and while he ia here some special inducements are beiar offered; aad many are takinr advantacre ot these terms. See alia or any member of the kraal lodge, and DO IT TODAY. RATES PER $1,000: , Age Kate 18to2i.. ...CO S UW .6 0 to M 74 A Big Layout of Bargains for Xmas Shopping THE ARCADE 206 Cellar Street is offering special inducements on Ladies' and Children's Coats and Furs; La dies' ready to wear Skirts and Underwear; Ladies' Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Mittens; Men's Clothing and Uaderwear; Ladies, Men's and Children's Shoes; Men's Hats, Cape, etc , Pickard Hand Painted China is more widely known today and more highly prized than anything similar In band decorated china. In variety and number of shapes ami-decorations, and in beauty of coloring and artistic designs it Is unequalled either in the United States or Europe. U toS 6 U. C ANDERSON, M. W. CL F. B. GLIM PS R, Financier Age Bate 40 to 44 ,1.00 ttto4 ..1.30 OrerM.,., 1.60 BL'GH, Recorder 'U fi a'" oooo ooooooooooo Ladiei' Cta, 3 Special . Bargaiai Lot No. 1 at 4.8-AU Coats worth f).7S to 7 .40, redaoed to $ s.9S Lot No. S at 7JW-All Coats worth 11.00 to 12.00, redtioed to..T , .... 7.85 Lot No. S at 10.74 All Ooats worth 14.00 to Id. 00, redaeed to , 10.76 ladies Psra Tae Jong kind, ia black aad wvnu uuit, mm m-mi mum 4.M values at 3.48 Ladias' Furs, the $.00 valoea. out te $M Ladies' Furs, the 4.00 aad .7S ealaas, reduced to 4.78 m' Skirt. - Large variety to select from. blaot, srewa, navy una and cray, sale prioes: - i.AO values at, . .t L7 4.00 valaes at J. 14 6.40 values at. Ladiea' Silk and Waahablo' WaifU 8.40 value Silk Waists $3.81 4.00 value Silk Waists... .. . 3.78 6.40 value SUk Waista. , 4.76 1.60 value Silk PopHa WaisU. . 1.73 i.M Silk Poneee WaisU 1.68 1.60 oolorad Waista. 1.00 colored WaisU 63 White and Colored Bed Spreada . Full aisa, whiu crochet Spread .18 1.70 value white crocket Sorted! 1.38 140 value, extra siaa, crochet Bed Spread, heavy fringed . . , 1.78 1.00 valae whiu crochet Bed Spread, fringed .. 1.4 J Fall site, colored Bed Spreads, inngea, sale price 1 rs Big Values in Men's and : Boys' Clothing 6.40 value Men's Kersey Over- v ooats 4.9 9.00 value Men's Beaver Over coats, reduced to 7.15 12.60 value Men's Overcoats. reduced to.. ., . 8.75 SM Men's Salts, sale price 4.28 12.40 Men's Salts, tale priee 8.76 8.00 value Boy1 Suits at. . .... S. 14 4. 24 value Boys' Suits at 3.88 iM value Boys1 Suits at... .... 1.681 Cut Prioes en Shoes and Bnbbers a Men's S.O0 work Shoes at. ....... 1.48 f 2.26 droas Shses at,.. 1.26 " 8.40 dress Shoee at 2.48 Ladle ' 2.00 Satin' Ct If Shoes . . 1.48 8.00 Boa Calf Shoes 1.98 1.74 Doneola Shoes 1, 2.26 Vlci Kids 1.64 2.75 " 1.S8 1.60 ' 2.66 Children's School Shoes Solid Leathers 1.60 values now at 1.11 1.26 valuea now at ag Children's Dress Shoes 2.60 value cnt to. 1.76 S.tK) value cnt to. 1.48 1.60 value cut to 1.16 f Big Bargains in Ladies' and Gentlemen s Sbppers Ladies' Lined Shoes at Cut Price ARCADE m te te Pickard China hat proved by long trial its artlstio worth and it tought everywhere by those who recognize and appreciate the beautiful and the ornamental. Pickard China in its varied and beautiful color makes wedding and anniversary gifts which are highly prized and al ways appropriate. We call particular attention to the Pickard mono gram work ia gold. All monograms are worked out In raised gold with turquoise and ruby enamels and gold borders combined with raised gold;- This combination is of rich raised Roman gold with tbe finest Frenoh China, chaste and delicate. We will be glad at any time to submit designs and drawings for special work thus carrying out any ideas or suggestions you may have. We heartily invite yon to come and see our display of Pickard China. If we do not happen to have any piece or set which you may favor it will be a pleasure to send for it at once so tbat you can see it and do your own choosing. Sterling Silverware In Sterling! Silverware we can matoh any patUrn that you may have and wish to add to. . . Our line of new patterns is quite oomplete in Fancy Spoons and small places, . , . ,.. All engraved free whether a single Spoon or a set of Silver Knives and Forks. . .. FivePiece.Tea Sets1 Representing tka beat erprt of the, atter iiaith. Heavy gray finish, detijnedia.. Me, .very latest shapes. Baking Dishes, Bread Trays and Cake Dishes ia the heavy plaU. Clocks, Fancy Mantel and Iron Clocks. Tall Hall Clocks in the Mis sion designs. All made to keep Hope. Selling Good Goods is what ia Honest Dealing it what keeps it going. makln; our business grew and Come where things ara np to daU and yon will be treated right. At a reminder we mention tha following: Diamonds Seal Rings Cold Brooches Stick Pins Gold Cnff Links Gold Haadle Umbrellas Silver Toilet Case Silver Clothes Brashes Silver Shaving Mugs Silver Smoking Seu Silver Ash Trays Silver Military Brushes Sewing Sets Gilt Clocks Fountain Pena WHAT SHALL IT BEF Tbat ia the question which we will be bsppy to help yon solve. Our stock aad onr clerks are at your service. Will yon kindly make use of teenaf WARD'S JEWELRY STORE, First Door East of P.O. on Third St. .