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AISilXNB WKEHLT P.EFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, MA11CH 81, IMS.
COUNTY REFLECTIONS
" " " M IMOIAL aaWJCOTOB OOBUJPOMDWIW. .
J. Q. EUGLE
Auctioneer
SOLOMON.
- . . ,
Public Sale '
Specialty
Reference:
An j bunk ot Abl
f .' lea, Bm"-,
U'pboneei
, Brown. IMOi or
: Aou Mutual.,
Addrfit ,
. Abllui Ki
' Nathan Knight who- ha been
spending several week in Lincoln.
Nebraska, 1 expected home nert Sat
urday to spend Easter. He will then
leave in a couple ot day for the
easl where he will travel thi sum
mer tor the Harper Brush Works, of
' V.lrflaM. ToWft.
Miss Grace Dewar went to Sa'ln
today. , " - ' 1
. Miss Emma Knight spent last Sat
urday in Abilene. : Vv
Kev. Craven, the new Presbyter
ian minister, and family, have arriv
ed and are stopping at the home of
Mrs. Grogger for a few day.
Miss Delia Knight of Abilene, I
pending a few day at home.
' The Ladies' Aid society of the Pre
byterlan church met at th home' Of
Mrs. Carpenter Thursdays- '
Mis Irene Pemberton and Mis
Thomas, two of our prominent school
teacher, spent the latter part of last
week at their home In Emporia.
Mrs. Frazer and children of Ellis
are here visiting friends.
'' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Knight and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Butcher epent last Sun
day In McPherson. '
Miss BJoy Carpenter spent last
Sunday in Lindsborg. - ?"
James Erwln has accepted a posi
tion as clerk in Sellard's grocery
atnrA. - " V
Mrs. ,Mlnta Slmnjon of . KanBas
City Is spending a few days here with
w nurents. Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft
, The carpenters have commenced
work on Sam Knight's new house
i Grandpa Gould who ha been sick.
, Is getting better.
jf-iOisV '" 'MOONLIGHT. " " '
B. F. Sollenberger's of Ramona
pent Friday night at Mrs. Little
Crlder's. ' '
Jesse Crlder bought a team from
Win. Duffy.
v Melvln Crawford' took Sunday
dinner at Mr. Engersoll's. v
Mr. O. 0. Boyce and Mr". Henry
Stoecker wer j shopping In Ablliie
Monday."
. Wm. Hoffnea's were shopping In
Abilene Mon lay. . '. - "
The singing school conducted by
Ed. Reel will close on Friday ai;ht
..... The bo social held at Walnut
Grove school bouse was a suexis.
About $40 was realised. '
A. M. Engle'i and S.-H. Bert spent
Sunday at Harry Crlder'.
: A number expect to attend the con
test at the D. C. H. S. Saturday
evening. One ot the Moonlight boy.
Chas. Engle, Is a, contestant. -
A crowd of young people were at
Mr. Crlder Sunday. Mle Anna
will leave our neighborhood soon.
Reuben Climenhaga threshed on
Tuesday. ...
Jesse Wilson Is working for Wm.
Page. His brother is working for
Mr. Breeding.
. Mb Koolllng'i were In Enterprise
Sunday morning. ,
' . - , CHAPMAN
. John Miller of Junction City was a
Chapman visitor Tuesday. " -
, Mis Ell Byrne spent Sunday
' with her mother, Mrs. On.; Byrne.
Mrs. R. S: Kirk wa shopping in
Junction City Saturday:,
. W. Armold returned ' from Okla
homa where he wa called by the
nines, of hi brother-in-law, Joan
If rHhea.
Mr. and Mr. Alex Miller returned
from Oklahoma. Wednesday.
- Dr.- O'Brien wa a Junction City
nllar Saturday. i
A number of student were hem
.a..,.. -
. from X. D. to apeua meir ai
vacation. Those visiting In Chapman
were Messr. Sterling, Wsterstraai,
and Miss Lucy Huff.
- Dal Perrill was home from Man
-kotan to snend Easter. ' ' '
. viTia rhUders. who wa struck a
couple ot week ago with aa auto.
U mvnrltrllir raDldlV.
' Mr. Leffingwell I quite 111 at her
home la the south part of town.
Kgar 8wi - ' '
Sm. comb Rhode Wand Red
81. for It. Also a few eoefcereis.
R. H. rnb.rt AUIlene, telephone
O. L. Moor ' , II. L. Humphrey
MOORE ,k HUMPIIBET,
ATTORNEYB-AT-LAW.
Practlo in all court State and
Federal. ' l:
Examination ot Abstract, Land
Title and ', Descent and Distribu
tions a Specialty. ,
H. E. SOLLENBEEGEE
Contractor and Builder
DETROIT, KANSAS
Also a BpeoUHr ot Heavy Cement Work,
Abutments, Foundation!, Culvert', etc.
Specification and Plan Furnished
DETROIT R. F. D- No. 1
Phone, Buckeye lS-Bra
R. F. D. No. 6. .,
This 1 another windy day. ; A
good rain is what we need at pres
ent ' , 1 ' - . "'
Mr. Tucker Is shingling his house.
Mrs. Rot Hemner and little grand
daughter returned to their home in
Great Bend, after a two week's visit
with her aunt Mrs. J. C. Smith.
Jo Sheets lost one of his valuable
horses Sunday.
One of Dave Sheet's little boys
was very !ck the first of the week
but 1 better at this writing.
The new officers for the Eureka
Sunday school are: Superintendent
L. K. Markleyj Asst. Superintendent,
B. Lay; Secretary, C. Byers; Treas
urer, Mrs. B; Lay.
Dave - Sheets and family spent
Sunday afternoon with Joe Sheet.
nr.. iu smith and Mrs. Roy
Hemner of GVeat Bend spent Tuesday
, Good Chance for Right Man.
Wanted, at once, salesman, good
renutation. $20 to $30 a week. Ad-
droan Box 471. Abilene, Kan. 31w4t
'Eggs For Sale. ,
From full blood Barred Plymouth
Rocks. 75 cents per setting of 16
eggs; 30 eggs $125; one-half mile
north of Acme, route 8, Brown phone
1208. Mrs. Geo. A. Biater, adiibub,
Kansas. 31w4t
, LANK! DISTRICT. 1
L. W. McGinnl who has been quite
ill Is reported some better at this
wrltlnsr. v
Miss Grace Mast left Saturday tor
a visit with her sister near Kansas
Wa are havlnx our March winas
t nro.nt and wishing tor rain
A party of young people numoenun
thlrtv aathered at the home
of Isaac Ridings last Thursday even
ing, each going dressed to represent
something a the name or. a dook,
etc. Game, music and social chat
made the evening pass all too soon
A dintv two course supper was serv
ed and the young folks departeu at
a late hour for their homes having
a mint dellahtful evening.
Horrv Parker and family spent
Sunday with Joe Copelaud's, north
an at of Talmace.
DaTlfl Mast i leBioylaa- a visit
with hi sister and niece who are
here visiting him from Indiana.
ritA nnmher from here attend
ed the bazaar at Talmage tost Wed
auUv AvcnlnE.
The Y. P. B. C. met last rnoajr
t Samuel Romberger's
ur Swleher's. who purchased tne
Walters' farm, moved there recently.
CHKEVKB.
u- .nrf Mm. Wesley Reese of Abl'
lene spent Saturday and Sunday with
home folks.
Mr. Olsh's brother spent several
A.n lt week In this vicinity.
David Ausherman and family have
mond Into the Ed. Kropt place re-
verAtAil br Mr. McCosb.
urA Habm Robertson visited nun-
day with Mr. Ja. Mclntyre who Is
ivery poorly at thl time.
Mr. Joe Myres ana cniiaren
Abilene (pent oeveral days lt week
at David Myr'.
Center school closed Friday with
iw nmma and blc dinaer.
Wednesday evening a merry t
nr mn mobU cathered at the home
of Mr. and Mr. Willie Mustard's. The
! was aoent in music aaa
camea. after which ref rethrown
ata urrcd. All report a fine Urn
Mr. Cop and family spent 8nday
m v IT AmAdfoet'S.
The teacher trlalg da which
... .mailed at the Cheew church
I progressing fin and much inter
est hi reported 1 tie won.
um T. Mustard and daughter,
Emma, were Chspmaa visiter Sat-
rfay.
i?.Aa 8cT4er attended the eo
f J MOON BROS. '
pluglessbodles.Thisinot
:, ix ". 7 ,; only the strongest buggy body,
corner made, bnt it is so constructed that
.. the sills cannot swell and open the mitered
' joint No unsightly outside corner ; irons
used on this body.
MODGE BROTHERS
MOONLIGHT. , '. -':
P. Hi Bert's and D. H. Breechblll's
returned from California Saturday.
They were gone about six months
and enjoyed their visit. -
C. Tobla wa at the meeting at
the Jeffcoat school bouse Sunday.
fihee. Ensrle of Moonlight wa the
winner In the contest in declama
tion at the D.1 C. H,: S. Saturday
ti.ht AHhourh he is small and a
Freshman he did credit to himself
and the Alpha Beta society.
A fine little girl arrived at H. b.
Sollenberger's March' 23rd. ;
A larare number from bete attend
ed the contest at Chapman Saturday
evening.. ''
Mrs. Enos Sheets led the Bible
reading at Bethel Sunday night
Arthur Cobbs' are visiting hi sis
ter, Mrs. H. Stoecker this week.
R. Cllmenhagas' and S. H. Bert
spent Sunday at Jacob Lexos.
Mrs. Geo. Rider of Abilene was ai
u stoackar on Thursday,
a number of River Brethren from
this vicinity will attend the 8. S.
convention and the state conference
at Belle Springs this week.
S. H. Bert was at D. h. uerie on
Tuesday, v '
Mr. Olson's. Everett Pierce s ana
Margaret McFerren were down from
ttninnii and Walter and Nora Hassler
were up from Rhinehart and spent
Sunday at Hd. Reel's.;,
Melvin Crawford' were at narry
Crlder's on Sunday.
S. H. Bert called on Ed. Reel Tues-
Aav AvAntna?.
Th will be a dinner serveo at
the Moonlight school on Thursday
whirh la the last day.
VrMiiv there will be a dinner ai
t,a nsntArdnlA school.
Chas. HendeTeon OI Missouri i
wnrkinv for H. E. Sollenberger.
B. F. Engle' children were ai m
baptising at Belle Spring on Sun-onlT . Kansas but of this great com
dw. . , . monwealth. Since the first of De-
Mary Sheet of Ecme spent set-
... .
nio-ht with Ruth Engle.
Jrl T. J. AVI J EUB' '
Pa., 1 visiting his m-le, B. F. En-
Mr. J. Avery Engle ol Mt. joy
gle.
I , '
' Miss Ruth Engl
lo .nm. kAi-
aa AAWAvp -
arhool belns over.
Chas. Cobb of La Loup, Kansas
was a caller at H. Stoeeker's Thurs-
day.
Bl'CRKSK
'
Orrle Lahr and Mle Nora Marks
spent Easter with hi Uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. L. T. Beck and family near
Acme. ,-
Frank Wlnsler's many friends ln
Dickinson county will be surprised
to learn that be has left Colorado
nd la at Twin Fall. Idaho.
Mr. and Mr. S. Weber gave an
Easter party to about thirty-five Fri
day night They all had an enjoya
ble time.
Mr. and Mrs. Web Copeland visited
his parent at Acme last week, and
hr narente. Mr. Cook's, thi week.
Oat fields are getting green u wo
rind does blow.
Orrle and Roy Lahr are putting In
nra on B. Hoyt's farm. r
Miss N. Schuerman went to town
Tuesday evening.
Mr. Ira Hoskin wa able to move
to
her home oa the Sacbaa farm
Walter Picking 1 the proua pos-
AaiAr nt an Auto.
H. B. Lhri r remodeling their
h nit tut.
Frances Moore left Saturday for
Twk. She has been visiting in
Abilene and this vicinity sine their
..lo
Mrs. B. J. Wlnsler Visited Friday
ih bar on J. E. Wlnsler.
W. H. Cook was looking at land
in
Logan county last week.
NORTHEAST Bl'CKEVK.
uitii.m Miller and family took
rui ainner at W. Llghtner.
. Frank Teeier suffered a lame
kaee from an accident white pulling
stumps but Monday.
t ... familv look In the
Easter exercise Sunday at Abilene
. .. . u. utA Anrtk of
an uluner ai . v -
Talmage. They appreciate their new
ante oa IhoM trip.
Anderson Mlnter. spent Sunday In
Andrew Zelgler and family vialted
.t Afcilti ertt Satafday B
a,.,.. . ..
This cut thows bottom view
of patent iron corner used in ,
1 Samuel Ketterman and wife spent
Sunday afternoon at Geo. Picking's.
Mrs. Fred Mlnlck spent Monday in
this vicinity.
Miss Mamie Dobbins closed a suc
cessful term of school at the Chronls
ter school house last Friday. .
" John Stotfer the assesor was -calling
in their part this week,
The road work with the grader
has begun here.
Mrs. James McCosh Is on the sick
list
.Rose Cress returned home Wednes
day having spent the past three weeks
at the Buckeye central.
Several stacks of hay burned on
the Kugler prairie here last week
and everybody Is getting cautious
about the fire business.
Mr. Geary has put up a machine
shed. ,
Will Thomas, and family visited
friends at Upland on Sunday.
The Buckeye Aid society did big
hat's work at Mrs. Emory Bowser's
last Wednesday and will meet next
last Wednesday ana wm
Wednesday with Mrs. Amos Sword.
Ben Moore spent Sunday night at
Ben Moore spent Sunday night
Charlie Teare's. '
DEFENDS THE DAIRIES.
- a ..WTvav. '
1). M. Wilson Answers Attack of Trav
eling Men.
ti,. nptitlon sent to the governor
by' the Wichita traveling men ln re
gard to the poor quality of Kansas
butter has called form me iouowiub
defense of Kansas dairies by u. m.
Wilson, state dairy commissioner,
in hnnt defense of the honor of
the state and Its dairy interests I am
forced to defend their rights inso
much as a complaint founded upon
the material furnished by the hotels
and, restaurants as butter would be
........ . th rifitr interest ot not
cember, whlcn maraeu m
. . t ! i Kava no-
advance In butter prices, I have no
ticed that a substitute for Duller
I Liueu inn o -
Deing flute generally furnished. For
. nntha I have kept a
mmi hj,iv p
.h. n..t two months I have kept a
I a- w
.iDO .hdhotr nd find tnai me iron"
i t-ivfov. ,uv-
number of hotels ana renwur.ni,.
using oleomargarine or butterlne. As
the writer has had occasion to make
.i. i,n.i m1 restaurants bis tern
nn home I can truly sympatnue
with the commercial traveiem.
Amwrtmani la OOlnK. anu
m tontlnoe to do everything In It
r tn . condition corn-
1U1B VI . -
L-t to lmnrove the condition com
plained of. but as there Is no law
regulating the sale ot oleomargarine
In thi state the first real renei wv
- lultlmately expect will be
when the fresh spring make of butter
reaches the markets and the price u
lowered close to that which Is now
being paid for butterlne.
"In regard to the condition of Kan
sas cream, as complained of by the
petitioners, I am frank to aomn mm
petitioners, i a '""'
a great Improvement I needed and
...... -. in. tM Im.l
or. honeful of securing this im
. i. ,h. v.rr near future
To some It may be Interesting to
.. .. ..M.n ioat rfiit Kansas
know tnai noi, uum .wv.
have any particular legislation gov.
ernlng the manufacture and sale of
dairy products. While most of the
...rmiindlnr states have had in effect
a dairy law for the past 10 or 15
years, Kansas neglected Wis lmpor
matter. The first dairy law
which was enacted by the legislature
was impracticable, It did not apply
to the actual conditions that existed.
This was In a measure due to the sev
eral amendment mad at the time
the bill was passed. To make it leas
affective only 24.000 was pproprlt-
ed for It enforcement. Agln, during
the session of 1901 a strenuous etrort
was made oa the part of those who
r. f.miMar with the conditions
nd who appreciated the aecesstty
of having th dairy law amended and
greater appropriation to make po-
slble it enforcement Provision
rra made In these amendment gov
erning the age of cream, th sanitary
conditions surrounding it production,
transportation and manufacture. It
aim provide that those who hsndle
dairy product mast have a permn
granted by the state.
am onlr tTanted to
granted by the state. These permits
ire only granted to those who pans
1 - ... . .
a satisfactory xam!natloa and who
niece of katltt meets th require.
meets of th law. There r nearly
IIIDfl fUD DIUOU41 W rm
It I hoped tt theee will be conv
pieteo ct J un.i.
Biu have been latned the eresm
Bring ; Uo Your
We have made arrangements whereby
we will take eggs in exchange lor any
merchandise.in our store which includes
Hardware, Vehicles, Farm Machinery,
Furniture, Carpets and everything in
the house furnishing line. 1
We will always pay tie highest mark
et price. . V : . ;
SHO CKE Y
Hardware; Furniture, Vehicles
buyers In the state have been brought
un(Jer the control ol the aeparuneni
nwta grad,ng ,yltem w, . ,n.ti.
... Aiimlnat much of
tuted which will eliminate much of
the undesirable cream which has
been furnished in the past. Further,
the permit of any person who is
fonnd conducting his place of busl-
ln an "nclean ,nnn,r W,1U
. -.. d9D,ment, ' will,
thorofnra. annreciate any Information
regarding and unsanitary pace where
milk or cream is handled.
"Within the last six months sev
eral hundred new buildings have
hon erected, many of which are now
equipped with steam appliances for
tho nurnose of sterilizing all utsuslla
whioh enma in contact with the pro
duct. 1 Therefore, In a short time your
onmmlaiiloner Is deterimned to nave
the cream stations of this state prop-,
riv ennitucted and thus eliminate
- j
rAiiaa for derogatory statements
made by those who would gladly dis
credit the reputation of our dairy pro
ducts and who would have the general
public believe that our butter Is un
clean. We have started some iiiteen
years later than som of our sister
states In this work, but by a special
Affnrt and similar aoropriatlons there
Is no reason why we can not regain
the lost ground and place the pro
ducts of this state ln the foremost
markets of the world.'
ItHIXKHAHT.
1 Leon and Byron Taylor and Reed
unilinear war home for Easter from
.Manhattan where they are attending
I college.
Roy Murphy was an Abilene visitor
Friday.
Harry Keller took a carload c.
hogs to Kansas City Monday night.
C. R. Holllnger and family went
to Navarre Sunday In their, car.
Mrs. Keller's sister of Colorado
visited her several days last week.
miss ;narioiu na"
bgme Monday after spending several
. .
Mies Charlotte Hassler returned
in In Chanman,
Park Blackwelder was a Chapman
Tl.ltor Thursday.
SOUTH DICKINSON.
Born, to Mr. and Mr. Chas. Lin
den, March 21, daughter.
. Mrs. Walter Engle pent several
days last week with relatives near
Moonlight
Homer Hoffman nd Noah Musser
drove to Chapman last Saturday even
ing to take ln th contest
Elder M. Q. Engl of Talmag was
here on Sunday to assist in the bap
tising exercises.
Misse Lena and Pearl Eddy were
shopping in Abilene Thursday.
Th Easter program given at the
tended.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Shockey and
Mr. and Mr. Everet Shockey of Abi
lene were visiting relative her Sun
day. We are oroud to report that one
ot our South Dickinson young men,
Earl Hoffman, won la th contest it
D. C. H. 8. last Saturday vnlng.
Th State Sunday School conven
tion and council of th Brethren ln
Christ will be held at Bell Springs
March 20 and 81.
Chamberlala'i Stemaea and Liver
Tablet are aafa, ear and reliable,
and have bee prataed by thousand
of vomt who have been restored
ta aaalt throeih their rxte aid
sad euraUve prefwrt'e. Sold by C.
t NortBcraft Co.
& L ANDES
Public Sale
We will sell at nubile auction to
the highest bidder at the J. P. Car
ter farm one-half mile north ot Sua-
nystde church, 2 miles east of West-
eott ranch, 3 mile east and 8 mile
south of Solomon, 8 miles west and
Vi mile north of Acme, 8 mile west .
and 2 VI miles south of Abilene on
Wednesday, April 6
at 10 a. m.
16 head Horses and Mules
1 horse 9 years old wt. 1400; 1
horse 6 years old wt. 1050; 1 good
drivina- horse safe and gentle t year
old, 1 bay horse 6 years old wt. about
1250, 1 bay mare years old' wt
about 1100, 1 grey driving mare ln
foal, absolutely sate, 1 grey saddle
horse 4 years old wt. 800; 1 yearl
ing shire colt, 1 grey extra wood
driving team, also good saddlers, 1
mule coming 4 year bid wt. 1200,
1 mule coming 4 years old wt. 900,
1 mule coming 8 years old wt. 1000,
1 span Jenny mules, 1 mule coming
yearling, 1 old sorrel mare.
3 bead of Cattle
2 good milch cows, one giving
milk, one heifer calf,
10 head of Sheep
5 ewes 2 wethers and 1 buck,
1 ewe has twin lambs almost pure
Cotswold, all long wool sheep, ,
29 head of Hogs '
10 first class brood sows, 4
blood Durocs, some will have farrow
ed by day of sale; 19 head, of shoats.
Farm Implements, Etc
1 Bain wagon, 1 old wagon, 2 top
buggies Velio good as new Honey
buggy, McCormick binder, Hodge
tveader in good Tunning orser, 8
sulky plows, Indiana dlse drill, Fuller-Lee
disc drill, John Deere lister,
walking lister, 2-row lister cultiva
tor, 3 1-row cultivators 1 Ohio 2 John
Deere 1 : latest make run only one
week; S-sectlon harrow, Canton diss
harrow. Deerlnx mower, Deerlng
rake, Overshot hay stacker, good hay
rack on trucks, set double buggy
h.rnaaa. ut slnde buggy harness, 8
sets double work harness, 50 bushel
oats, 860 hedge posts In assorted
piles from 6V4. to 10 ft long, S ft
wall ten 10x12 12 os. duck. 2 barrels
cldar vinegar, other article too num
erous to mention.
TJsual terms.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
D. & W. E. CARTER
J. N. BURTON, Auctioneer .......
ROBT. JOHNSON. Clerk.
II Tea Toald Oar That Back
To need a pleasant herb remedy
called Mother Gray" Australia Lent
for all KidEey, Bladder and Urinary
trouble. A a regulator it ha o
coal. Cur headache, nerrous
ness .diislnes and tos ot sleep. At
11 Druggist or by mall 50 eenta.
Sample Free. Address, Th Mothr
Gray Co., LoRoy. H. T. "
Fortify aow against th grin lor
It come every eeaaon sure! Prevon
tle th llttl Candy Cold Curt Tab
letsoffer in thi respect most
eartala and dependable afsgnard.
Prevention, at th "an tgM will
as well, also surely head off all con
moa eolds. But eromptoe to ail
Important Keep Prsvwitlc in the
pocket or purse, for trataat nee. Boa
of 41 for 2o. Se?d by !I ds&ler.
A,JW ll-dtf
Utt st Ospa Beiurday evi-s'Dg

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