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ABtLENK WKEKLV RKFLIX7TOB, ABILENE, KANSAS, APRIL 7, 1010.
' - - " SIMIOWS AT. PAInlKIInl BIGGER, GRANDER, BETTER Abilene, Three ays, 12; 13 14, 1910 Will Exhibit in y 1H11E so 7 6 7 a 10 . High CUM Shows Latest Riding Derlces ! Sensational Free Acts Fun Factories or Joy Houses Electric Lighting Plants Musicians Prof. EMlck's Military Band Cage Menagerie In Animal Show Educated MuTos from 101 Ranch Nip, the Only Trained Buffalo BOMB OF THE FEATURE SHOWS "Parker's, Jungle," or Trained Animal Show "Japanese Village," 18 Vaudeville Artists , "Show Girls" 20 People in High Class Musical Comedy. "Show Beautiful," Featuring "Lotto" with 15 Pretty Girls "Jubilee Singers," 25 Foremost Colored Performers. "Parker's Side Show," Superior to the Very Best "Parker's Annex," Home of the World's Strangest Freaks "Pearl and Jennie," Strangest Pair on Earth. ;f i Si ' ' s, a IF ,. J: J r ; . i .i i i . . I g. , . . 'I J ' ' : W ' ""' a-w - - - - I T " nr I " -""r' .-ti: t-rr?iv -a "UJ"" l"""""u " ' JL I l o a .v ;:-r7h""f I "5 I I I ' IUt,-AJJ.i-,-S,.,..i, - m T-iitii - idtiw rn "i-f till XV. , v f 1 i , . ; i ,' I .i s WITH THE SHOW "BEAUTIFUL" 8 " , , ' ' ' -t; ;:,',;;! ' - '' ml y 1 WITH THE JAPANESE VILLAGE , . ,, j,, '"" ' . r .VV x J;i1r'wyf.Til Bo,iiuj0.o,s,ti t!,Mw auroi Vv'- vf - ' I 01., Arfi . ' W . il , :-''-' : Lid . I ; ,r r t -fniB- , mi ""1 " 1 " , ' 1 11 1 : J . ; ,. ... , w Dinuvn pnnmnPR ''' ' 1 ' PARKER MILITARY BAND - ".J IN THE PARKER JUNGLE SHOW ' " ' W. 'jy,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, fSr!?" I I 7 ., " .'4' -i. I f)' - I F. A. Klover 25 bv 90 ft w center TWO GET PROMOTIONS. FatJipr Horgaii Goes to Sonaa, Father O'Reilly Comes Here. Father D. Horgan, who has been priest of St. Andrew's church, has bees' transferred to the Solomon church, which has a larger congre gation. Father Horgan has woo a host of friends by his devotion to duty and his unfailing courtesy and kindliness. Many friends will be sorry to have him leave. ! The new priest at St. Andrews will be Father Thomas O'Reilly who has been stationed at Elmo. He has won fine standing as a successful and popular priest and will be welcomed here. He will take charge this week and will conduct services next Sunday. AMONG CLUB WOMEN. - WENT TO CONVENTION. Sunday School Workers Ott for the Big Meeting. Secretary J. H. Engle. Treasurer R. M. White, Supt. W. D. Stem, Coun ty President J. C. Enti and about 100 Sunday school workers of the county left for Kansas City, Kansas, to attend the state convention. It promises to be one of the most In teresting ever held and 3000 dele gates are expected to attend. Mr. Engle and Mr. Stem will make sever al addresses. These were the delegates wso weni from Hope: Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meek, Mrs. Flsk, Mrs. Koch, Mrs. Speer, Rev. Mr. Campbell. Mrs. Musser, Mary Meull. A. L. Evers. E. Monlnger, Lola Mos ley. Hecital at Talmage. The entertainment given under the auspices of the Talmsge school by Miss Florence Knight and Miss Wln nlfred Tanner at the Talmage hall Saturday evening was very much ap preciated by all who attended. Miss Knight, the elocution Instructor of v. .,,it hick, school, Is a very pleasing reader. Every selection was aplendidly given, miss - soloist of marked ability and pleased the audience very much, not only by v.. ....iiui rendition, but also by her thole of selections. 8n was assisted by Mr. Dean Mcsmsnaey m duet, and Miss Veso MarU. ac eempunist. both of the eounty high s isal. The entertainment was first e- ia a-very Tefpec nT The State Federation banquet will be served on the evening of April 26. Tickets will be $1. J -J ' The Coterie club will meet with Miss Marie Augustine this evening. Ji Ji Two girls attending the University nf Kansas are furnished financial aid of the state federation of wo men's clubs, who have lately estab lished a fund to aid working girls to" get a college education. The as sociation of college alumnae, when It established a small scholarship for upper class girls last spring, dis covered that there was a number of senior girls In the university who would not be able to remain, In school for graduation unless they should have financial aid. Many of these girls had practically worked their way through the university, but did not have money to pay the expenses of graduation. The Columbian club will meet to morrow afternoon with Miss McShea at Chapman. Those having cars. will. .k. th irin In them, others -will go down the train, returning on the fiver. Miss McShea extenas an ur gent Invitation to all the clob to partake of her hospitality ia the evening. The program Is: Music, Miss McShea: Roll call, name of ar tist; Most famous Italian painter, Mrs. Johnti; Raphael In his relation to Michael Anaelo. Mrs. Parent, Rembrandt, man, painter and poet, Mrs. Taylor; The Madonnas, Group V; current events, parliamentary drill. JI fllub women are anticipating the publication of Mrs. W. A. McCarter's nnvKl ta come from tbe press in me f.ll Alreadr club program are contalnlna a discussion of 'The ph of the Prairie." which is me tltl of Mrs. Csrter's book, as one feature of Kansas programs. Th. Hawthorne rlub of Chspmao cava an entertainment In Scanlon'a hall Wednesday evening with a large it.niUnf. The club membara gave, a clever fare. "The Spinster's Re- torn" aad Prof. Btelnlnser-a orcnee furnished music The proceeds went to the scholsrshlp fund. irs. Raber. president of the Fifth In a country neighborhood not far from Manhattan. It has been enns tenel, "The Rivemldje Club" Mrs. Carrie Shomway was ohosen presi dent. There ara thirty members who have voted to Join the State Federa tion. There Is a whole souled en thusiasm In the country clubs that may well be copied by1 1 the older clubs, who In many Instances seem to havi settled Into ruts which require little abort of an earthquake to dla- lodze them, we wish It were practic able to "exchange calls" on club Hrv as the new members would surely be a benefit to us. Mrs. God- dard. , Miss Curry's School Closes. . Pearl. Aurll 2. The Walnut Grove Bchool three miles south of Pearl bad Its closing exertlses yesterday after noon. The teacher, Miss Cecil Curry, of Abilene, had charge of the pro gram which was one of the best in MIm Cecil Cwrry. the school's history. A bounteous dinner was given yesterday noon n honor of Miss Curry. Miss Curry's work has been very satisfactory and has won a host of friends In this community. This was her first term as a teacher. PreebyterUl Society to Meet. The Woman's Presbyterial aoele'j of th Solomon Presbytery will meet at Minneapolis April 11 and II. Mr. Ward Davis la secretary and Mrs. S. M. Hal,1 president of th society. Km For Sal. From full blood Barred Plymouth Rocks, 75 cents per setting f 15 eggs; SO ggs $1.15; eae-balf mil north of Acme, root 1, Brown phone net. Mrs. Geo. A. Sister, Ahliene l! Inn j'.r fa,' Mfl fi I'.t ueiinquBni i ax rayers Notice to DICKINSON COUNTY .1 iM ... ,. .1.1 ,', Htfi; ... i ... u i -cr-fl;: r :iju.h,o;.. (..'t; o- Office of the County Treasurer, Dickinson County, Kansas Abilene, Kansas, April 1, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that the following Is a list of lands, city and town lots, situated In the County of Dickinson and state of Kansas, sold on the 3rd day of September, 1907, for the unpaid taxes of 1900 and un redeemed on the above mentioned date; containing names of persons to whom same were assessed, whenever such names appears on the as sessment and tax rolls, and the amount of taxes due on each parcel of asnd with interest thereon, calculated to and including the 3rd day of September, 1(10, and that unless such lands and lots are redeemed on or before the said 8rd day of September, 1910, that being the last day of redemption allowed by law, they will be subject to deeds. F. W. MORSE, E. L. MORSE, County Treasurer. Deputy. CHANT TOWNSHIP A. Benbrnua It t 1 t 1J J3 JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP Herman Mltich 2 a In a 10 by 10S ft In iw cor ... IS 15 I M t 12 CENTER TOWNSHIP Robert Kenner a. ii i i HOPE TOWNSHIP 11 11 a w aide nets I John Ruts I br 10S ft In nw cor of It-... II t t-t NOBLE TOWNSHIP Clinton Marts 1 a In aU H.nnik Nawi lou ( and S. II II 11 4 I It 41 LION TOWNSHIP II 11 17 II II II I 7 II II II Jobn A. Gruber bK 1M It. 0 of oe cor of 1Mb Wl nnt ttreotft thine n US -ft 10 ft. IS ft. w 111 ft to beg. 1 acre C. K. Uttle- fleld Is a ta mw U C B. Mine field I- nor In 1 acre ia aw ' Ana I ' . . t fe lit Ulllt I II H II . ! I II 11 11 tVt t tl 11 II I t IH and wM of I 7th t and of Cedar St. and all of Ith street abutting .. 12 Geo. McClave lots I, IS, 14. II. II. blk 71, Her..... 12 4 OS IS 4 ltt HERINGTON TOWN CO. Herlngtoa Town Co. blk 15. Her. 1 T. Co.'i Rnht. llowatt pt. n II It II 4 I IS 4.5 MANCHESTER W. D. Tulton. lot . blk 14..... Wm. Trickle lot 1, blk II ' SOLOMON. p. J. Lrnch lot 41, atiin st... H. Whitley lote 111. 164. Main St. A. P. Colllne lot US. Mln et... B. f. Nlckereon lot 41. Third et. Louis Sched tote 121. 127, Fourth street N. E. Roht. Hall lota SI. 14, II Fourth at Gets' Add M. Weir lots 11. 14, blk I,.... E. E. Brown lota 1. 11, blk I... CARLTON Wm. Mortimer lot IS, bis I.... Lota 24. II. IS. blk 1 BANNER CITT A. B. Bmeyaer lots 11. . blk I M. Donnelly, lots 14. Jlk IS... Hllle 4k Scbrader lota L blk 14 ENTERPRISE Helra of H. H. Haydea loU X, I, C. ioff'm'aVii'bT HI ftin a kr blk "V.Vm'T W. B. Fanao a 14 b'k tl..'.. Beaa's AM Let t. Xk i. HOP CTTT A. V. Fsrarasa g t ft lot 4 tiK I 4 17 t 41 I IS I 14 II 10 t IS t 14 111 II 4 14 II II 1 75 1 II 14 II 1 II II 1 lit Tt SI It ii f I It F. A. Klover 25 bv 90 ft w center end of lot t, blk 6 14 Thuratin ft gwayie'a Add Wesley Swayte all blk F t 04 I. C. Grovter 10 ft. lot 2, blk 17 10 Henquenett'a Add A. Henquenet 15 ft. between lota 1 and a. hlk 1 . . . u n J. Hoffman lot 7, btk S ti J. F. Rumold lot ll.Tlk 7 (0 Shore'a Add Jas. B. Haley lot 3, blk 12...... (I CHAPMAN S. Rexroat aouth blk I t It J. A. Colley pt. lot IS, blk 12.. 14 It J. J. Ryan lota 3, 4, blk 14.... 20 II Ellaa Cllne eaat blk 22 14 01 Sheeran'a Firat Add. Hannah Howe lAt 9 9 kii. a J. J. O'Brien lota 4, 6. blk I. ' 12 21 Sheeran'a Fourth Add. K. B. Sheeran all blk 1 2 52 Sheeran'a Fifth Add Jan. Sheeran lota 5, 8, 7, I, blk 3 1.11 HERINGTON Delia Ruthrauff beg. 29 ft w of ae cor blk 15. w 2S ft. n 118 ft. e 2H1, ft, aouth to beg 4 It Cr.Iar.?"l"k' lot" u- blk 4 61 11 n a- """ 20 Dk 46 3 01 Wohlegmust lota 13, 16, " blk 62 10 S4 W. H. Berger lot 14, blk 8..! Is Gertrude Colllne lota 5, 7, I, 11 blk SI it 6 4 M. J. Mullln hw cor blk 120.... Ill S7 Joe Peters lots 10, 12, blk 123.. ii 01 Luce & Wllson'a Add. Belle St. Amand lota 1, 3. 5. 7. I 11. blk 176 ., ' ' I ct Luce Estate lots 23, 25, blk Hi'. ." tl Thompson'! Add. H. 1. Ashley lots 10, 12, blk 1 41 II Creech's 2nd Add. I. F. Fall lots 80. 32, blk 141 I II G. Htolrus, lots 21. 23, blk 141 I 07 Murray's Add. F. L. Carby, lots 22, 24, blk 2, I 40 Shepherd's Add. J. E. Anderson lots IS, tt, 23, a H 17, blk 7 14 l B. L. Thompson's Add. (Not la City) J. Pattla. lota 13, 1, 17 f ABILENE Jay Olney lots S-10, blk 1 1J 1 Southwlck 4V Auauatln . First African Church of Abilene ' lot 101, Spruce st 7 7 Kuney Hodge's Add. , Evangelical ehurch, lots IS, II, blk 25 .' 1 41 Rice Austin A. L. Van Ostrand lot I, blk t 111 II Lebeld a First Add. H. Bouthworth all lot I a of creek except loo ft.. IT! KUher'a Add United Brethren church lots 7, t blk I II 60 Highland Add. Unknown, lot is, blk IS N Falrvlew Add. O. L. Darling, lota 21. tl, 14, blk 17 1 tl Boston Heights Add. s lot I. blk 15 41 Lota la section 11-11-2 I. W. Bailey beg 105 ft n and 161 . f t w of se cor 14-U-l. a III ft to V. P. R. of W- thence Be along R. of W. 101 ft te a point w of t Una of ll-ll-L thence ill It v II ft, a 114 ft, w ltrt to be T N Nora A- Cox keg 4IS ft a and 111 ft w of as cor 14-11-1, i?i a v ii ft, ui iv 16 ft te beg M J. K Fdwards keg til ft a aad sue rt w of ae oor ls-ll-t, a rt. is ft, a ft, e 10 ft to g tl fUrby-S Add. 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