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Abilene weekly reflector. [volume] (Abilene, Kan.) 1888-1935, April 13, 1911, Image 5

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-' NEWBEBN.
' M. B. Burnwurth purchased a tine
' team of colts last week.
. Mr. and Mrs. John Glsh of Eu-
. terprls and. Mrv and Mrs. Abram
Cish spent Sunday at J. B. Carter's.
' Mr. and Mta. J. B. Wilea apent
8'ihday at her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
8. H. Lenhert.
Htss Ruby Burnworth had a pleae-
ant ls1t with Miss Emma Lenhort.
' , Mr. and Mrs. 0. fl. Lenhort spent
Sunday with William Bet!
The services . were well attended
. Sunday morning and evening.
Rev. John Herr of Abileno con-
. ducted the services.
B. P. Jury la on the sick list. s
' ' , HOPE.
The funeral of Mrs. Summers was
largely attended at Navarre Sunday.
Quite a number ot young people
w(i; entertained at Mr. and Mrs.
Nlnch'elser's Sunday. ' . Js "' "
Mlsa Ethel Kauffman spent a few
'days with her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Sheets.
Albert Est erman was In H.'pe on
rualneur Saturday.
Most of the- farmers are through
towing their oats,
Mrs. Chas. Schmlde went to Dil
lon on business Friday.
M1ss Lena Forrer who has b ca
at E. C, Rhode's returned home Sat
urday. ;
Quite a number- attended the
aehool exercise, at Maple drove. Fri
day. ',- i '.-' - '
Webster Brant la still very sick
- aiifttin
Pahlie Sales
, Specialty
; Betarencet
An j bask of Aol-
U1 .)aM, HUM
PtDBM!
- Brown, uoo: ot
' Aous Hnuisi.
Address '
.'AbtlSna, Kansas
jQyith the mump. ...
It, uiesei nioveu vui ut wnu uu
i farm -last week.1 - .. .' V
;;- ' TALMAGE. V.
' (Mrs. Jennie Nickel went to Abi
lene to spend a few -Saya. . -
lMr, and, Mrs. CH , Luke and
daughter arrived from Canada to
visit with relatrvesj and friends. '
Wiw BlunderBera' arard family re
turned to Cklcago after -a pleasant
visit with Mr. and Hn. "W. H. Blun
derfield and tamTry. : ! '
The school In Talhamge will dose
Friday the Hat & -good program
Is being prepared. .
" Special anisic la Ming prepared
for Easter Sunday. Tbe pastor wld
have an- Baaawr wermon.
Visa Elake temlaoa returned to
Chapman atter -a few 'Oars' visit wHk
ber parents. - -
Mrs. Roy Boot Ot JKHlene Is visit
ing in Tataawa.'
Miss Lwrrs miff waa visiting la
Talmage last week.
- Mrs. A. 93. 'Btee'le -Bad son Ivaa
visited wK1i Iwr parents, Mr: aad
Mrs, Briaey rw fluntts. '
N. EL Glah eras) transacting busi
ness In Tatmag-e "Monday.
Miss May Brine- -and Miss Rachel
Puliver visited Item last week.
MSTntriT.
Henry Bllhnyer eaade us!ness
MP to Hneaewo toat week '
1. auto Mord .1. ,h.g-ollae!
iguNed barnla, Mm aty , EdB mtat!
hVr.!T r. -rm't.n' r -U at Hugh Mua-'
.... i. . . - iu ak
. X . . Z.L X: Z ri
" . .' - ' " ' I
Quarterly meeting waa Vid ihb-
1ay at h V. . B. ehareb,
Meettnga were held every srtgbs
at eek conducted by Rev. Itows
at BeringteA and Rev. Willhtssa.
trm iH Moras mu back fnaat
uMamaji b4m aha mMt Ilia rfa..fraal by all.
ter. ,' '
Mr. aad Mra, John Kaeer were
fa. town waaday attending qaarter-
J. ule Jamie, the oldest son ot
' TI .KJ-lted
V " " ' ' " " I The Knea aehool closed Wednes
f the week, but la mom Improvliia,! -
A. gtMlualth Is still la Texna
vtiivi he went to se his daugh-
Thlrtysi pupHa took tba Jml
r.;if B here last Saturday.
While Ftrmocth Rock eggs for
ja 15 for T5t, 14 for 10.
,r C H. ITuwliiad, R. F. D. Ko. 4.
UPLAND.
Born, April 6th to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Norman, a son.
P. H. Gfeller is using bis farm
motor to' work the roads.' It la do
ing excellent woTk and Is certainly
something fine. , ; ' ? ," l.v ".
Mrs. Oscar Gloss is" able to. be
around after several weeks' Ulaess.
Phil GfeJler waa kicked quite
badly, by a mule a couple weeks ago
tat is getting all right now
Chris Wuethrlcb. was. Injured by
horse falling wits htm. ana was
unable to walk for several daya but
la able to be around again. V
Born, April 10, to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Crane of Towner. Colo., a
nn Ura PranA will h rTTlm hPrflfl '
aa Miss Ida Mans."
" Bee Supplies.
We have on hand a full line of
bee supplies on which we quote low
prices. The line include complete
hives, extra .supers, foundation wax
for brood and supers, bee veils,
smokers, honey sections, etc. -
Come In early while tha assort
ment Is complete. ? i f c, ' 'V-j
' HODOB BROTHERS,
, 203-205 North Buckeye
Automobile Owners. '
Have you seen the new Auto Time-
Saver Repair Kit? Inner tubes re
paired In one minute, no cement.
best thing on the market. ; For par
ticulars, write Lewis' Law Specialty
Co.. 2316 South 15th St., St. Joseph,
Mo. ' - ; 8w4t
Tbe young sixteen year old Hiss
can be hatted aa stylishly aa her
grown-np sister if she boys her hat
at-Miss La Follette's over Case's
store. . .w!8d2t
Moonlight.
The funeral of Michael Page waa
1, rgely attended at Bethel Sunday
afternoon
Mrs. Dan Bert and Miss Anna
Page were called home frr-in Cailfor-
i.la by the death of their brotoer,
Michael Page, i They were visiting
on the Pacific coast .' '
Tha annual love feast at Bethel
will' be held April ti and JO., ,
: Mr. Nemechack and son of south
Dickinson attended the Page fun
eral Sunday.
Rev. Harry Wagaman preached at
Bethel Oa Sunday and took dinner
at Harry Crider'a.
Clarence Yungtt valtted frtmda In
Abf ena Saturday aad Sunday.
Tha MoonUxht selrool closed on
Friday. A wU rendcrvd program
wea glve ami a boumtmoua dlaver.
Mass Ruth Bngle s teathr mts had
a very waoeessful term.
9tm ldy nd wMe wad Henry
Lady wtm "here n Sunday. ,.-
Mrs. O. B. Burktrdlder Is on the
, The Walnut Chwve tcbffol ctosed
on FnWay and a Due dinner waa ser
ved. Win Beulah Whit closed a
very snocess'fut trstm ot whod.
' Hearry Soltenberger lias canrpleted
'tbe worlc at- Bethel church.
a V.. Engla iturned from Penn-
aylwrila where hn attended hai broth
er Michael Eagle's funeral. .
TOss fladle "Bwolt -of Rannaaa, Miss
Mary Book of Oklahoma wild Miss
Beulali Zook rf Talmag inlled at
I. H. Sheeta -on 'Baturday. .. Miss
Sad) xpecta o go to Africa as- a
miaahmary 1n Jwne. '
Mm. CrawTord was .vhvyping In
ChaaaBan on Mem day. '
METROIT ROCTS t,
JfbJTtjLZ.
tarda.
Mis. m. CarrM apent Boaday,
, with feAmk anolr
m.. h. Sl JLnmmA WA-
aesday with program la tbe evsat-
Oreen ridge school closed Wedaea-
day. The patraa came with wea
fKled baaketa and a dlaaer waa a-
ACMBL
David McCuDoagh and' family
at O. W. Sdgemon'a Suaday.
UK - w swee eat !.
Mlsa Mary Sheets and Aaaa Emlg
visited school la this vicinity Tbara-
da. -
Mr. aad Mra. Robert Logaa aad
Idsnshter. Mrs. Clem Bell, Mrs. Low-
leU Phillip, sad son. B. O. Shirk and
family, spent Sanday at F. A, Phil
lip'.
Quite inr.ir 1-fi-a here at-
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. EngVs and Hoff
man Engle and Misses Sadie Book
and Beulah and Orpha Zook ware
entertained at Sam Ketterman's
Sunday.
Elder M. O. Engle and wife were
In . Abilene Sunday morning.
' Alvln Olsh spent Saturday night
and Sunday with homefolk In Abi
lene. . .'' ' V. -..'
Mlas Mary Book of Thomas. Okla
homa, who has been visiting friends
and relatives In this vicinity the
past few days, leaves for Ramona
Wednesday. .,, .'
Charley Sllfer, while taking up
hit pump last Saturday evening had
the misfortune of having fata hand
hurt quite badly. -
- Miss Sadie Book ot Ramona, Kan,
spent a Tew days last week giving
her farewell visit and also gave an
address at ZIon Sunday bight. She
la expecting to go as a missionary
to South Africa and will leave here
about the first ot May.
Jaob Rumold left Tuesday for
Conway Springs on business.
, Mrs. Dan Bert and her sister,
Miss Anna Page who tad lately
went to California, were suddenly
called home by the death of their
Brother, Michael Page. Mr Bert
win remain here about a week and
then return, accompanied by her
daughter, Sarah.
Rev. 3. H. Wagaman preached at
Bethel Sunday morning.
A. O. Zook. transacted business In
Abilene Monday. ,
Miss Cora Cook is, teaching music
In this community this summer.
".Misses Geneva Zook and Francis
Grove visited with, pother Minter
Sunday afternoon.
Beulah Zook Is staying with Mra.
John Book 'who was quite 111 the
past' week. '.. "
Miss Vlrgle Reed has been stay
ing with Mrs. Isaac Kauffman.
John Book went to Kansas City
Monday. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Eli .Kready were
the guests of Reuben Frey's Sun
day. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol and family
visited Sunday at Van Dyke's.
Mr. and Mra. Grant Balmer and
Miss Ella Wonger took dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Older.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lady were en
tertained by Mr, and Mrs. Enos
Sheets Sunday. ' '
v ' ' - :
we have assembled tlie best as
sortment of fine and medium priced
millinery "goods' ui if found In the
reatral west all and let us prova
It Hisa La VolleUe, ore? r.'nse,
store Invites itu. . wlSd2t
Wanted Cattle to Pasture, ,
Caa accommodate about 10 head
Dahake at Illff livery barn. Ztdwtt
LA NET" DISTRICT.
Mr. Parker of Brown county apent
tew daya visiting hm brouer-ln-
taw. Leonard Copemvd, aad family
last week. '
Mlas Cooler closed a wccessful
term of school la th Laney district
Friday.:
Mr. Blagg wild horse this weak.
Harvey Rwabergmr came up fro in
Abilene Monday anc apent tha day
with hla parents.
Mr. Wallace, the soaeasor iwas In
this neighborhood .last week telling
aa bow tmrch ft nn vorth.
Fred and NeTle SteMI and Ethel
Blagg 8ua4ycd it (. A, Itember
ger'a. DeH Luke and tamTtj' arrived from
Canada Tuesday morning and will
spend the anrnmer In Suimy Kansas.
Mrs. Mi E. Wbltnry spent Sunday
with her mother la Talmage.
L. W. McGlnnla la heTpltig with
the repairing of tbe parsonage.
Mr. Cheney .heflled corn Tuesday.
-" - HOPE.
The little .bower Monday after-
son was quite refreshing.
Peter Morgan la visiting his daugh
ter la Abl' jne. .
.' Mrs. Parde and Robsrt BrinVmsn
were called to attend the f uaoral
of a relative la Nebraska. '
Mr. Graham aad family left forjB
Brighton, Colo., where they expect
to make their future borne.
Marloa Ohmart an. I family were
vkvMors at the home of Ellas Reed's
Snalay. w
George Benson la down from Gen
era. Krb, visiting his daughter, Mrs.
fctan'ey. . - .. -
Qq'te number of yosng people
were satertalned at home cf Mrs
Finceheta. Sunday.
Dr. Farnam spent several daya la
npeka last week. . j
There was a large crowd attended
tbe aehool closing at Maple drove
Frldaa.
Ethel M. Kaoffmai spent a few
days with her ancle. Jee Sheets.
Frn im,r vu At noma Satnr.
day and Sunday. I
tot
YOU will see many men on faster
li suits. There
notice, too, the man who hasn'tone
-J li 1 A
x J 1 1 Vi . i
IcuaiiamteedII Ii .- IIIM1
all wooili 111 - vm
BUCKEYE.
Mlsa Anna Moore and Miss Mil
dred Morse spant Sunday with Mrs,
B. J, Wineier.
. QuJa. Haynes and Harry Dangle
went to Talmage Sunday evening.
Dean Malott aad Roy Blwlck took
dinner with US. Hoyt'a Sunday.
B. R. Hodge waa called home on
business last Thursday from Kansas
City. "' '
Ora Lahr and hla mother went
to Babetha Saturday to the hospital
where be waa operated oa tor ap
pendicitis.,
Clifton Marks la Improving rap
idly. '
Mrs. Roy Laha. visited Mra. M. B
Hoyt on Tuesday.
ms. and Mrs. Ray Burttholder
were shopping In Abilene Saturday.
Quite a number ot ladles attendei
the cooking school oa Saturday.
Central Buckeye aad East Buck
feye had a bal game Friday after
noon. Central came off victorious.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lelgntner and
Mr. and Mra. Abe Brown called on
I. Kauffman'. Sunday afternoon
Quite a number (rem herj attend
ed the funeral ot Michael Ptge on
Sunday.
Mary and Nellie Derrick spent sev
eral daya la Abilene with their
grandmother, Mrs. Gartner.
Vlrgle Reed called on Fay Oor -
butt Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Buranomer were
callers at th. home of R. Freya on
Sunday. - '
Ffcul Kaunman ca.u
Zlegler Sunday..
SOLOMON. '' '
Tbe Ladles Aid Society, of the
Methodist church met at the home
of Mrs. Brownrigg Wednesday af
ternoon.
Miss Florence Clark went to Llnds
borg Suaday to attend the Messiah.
Mlsa Sarah Custer apent Sunday
golomoa with her parents.
Mrs. R. F. Wllsoa. of-Kansas City
Is in Solomon visiting relatives..
. R. P. Wilson of Kansas City who
sas bees la Solomoa visiting frienda.lngtoa. were visiting relatives here
left Suaday for Great Bend. He wlllirsceafly.
maaaga the Great Bead ball club
thla season. ...
Mraj Clair Snadahl went to Tope-i
la Thursday to visit relatives. .
Earl Green was la Ablleaa Friday.
Mra. J. T. Seltarda waa shopping
la SaUaa Friday.
Mr. Seng of Manhattan spent Sa-
day la golomoa with fries da
Mrs. Robert Johnson waa shopping
la Bailaa Friday.
Mrs. Henry Gould aad two chil
dren of Junction City ere here visit
ing retstiree and friends.
Mrs. fells Knight waa vlsillsg lis
Abilene r-!dr.
won't be so many
Both of these classes of men will attract ,
attention, but it won't be the . some kind of
attention. - ,
Which class are you going to be in? '
Yon haven't much time to decide, but it
won't take you long to make up your mind
when you see our Easter display of Cloth
craft guaranteed all-wool clothes. ,
They will put you where you belong
in the well dressed parade -and they will
cost you less than you think necessary to
get so much quality, style and fit.
Not more than $25 as low as $10-
possibly $15 to $20.
Might as well see about it to day.
The Profit Sharing Qothing Store
Llndsborg Sunday to attend tbe Mes
siah. .
Will Hogan returned to Sallna Fri
day. ...
James Erwln went to Llndsborg
Sunday. . '
' WOODBINE.
Our depot agent bought ft num
ber of nice lots In our town, has
built a large chicken house and now
the well drillers are busy on his
property. That means that soon
he will also begin to erect a nice
house.
Mo, Meaamer who bought a pro
perty In our, town from Mr. Herman
Oeeterrelch Is building a new barn
on the place. "
Mumpa la the order of the day
In onr town and vicinity. '
Last week on Friday Mra. f rlmm
and daughter, Minnie, were In Her
ington on business. - We are sorry
that the young lady la sick at present
and confined to her bed.
The trustees of the German M. E.
churoh sold four of their lots to
Mr. Henry Fengel for $600.
' Rev. J. J. 8telnlnger waa In Her-
ington one day last week to meet
his wife who returned from her visit
In Kansas City.
Henry Brehm and wife were visit
Ing last Sunday with Fred Ollngen
berg and family.
Cbas. Brehm Is building an add!
tion to his house be purchased
recently,
' gtm Qngler the assessor, (s vls-
-.ttina the oeoDlo In a .friendlv wav
and finds out bow rich or poor they
are.
Harvey ueker was In Abilene one
day last week and transacted some
very Important buaineas wfalok he
will never regret.
Th aid society of the German M
BV church met at Mrs. J. Guglsr's
home last week and had a mission
ary meeting and program In con-
section. Mra. Aug. Kratise waa
elected aa a delegate to the district
convention which will be held la a
few weeka la Wichita, Kansas.
Ray Davis, wife and baby, of Her-
' J. L. Sternberg aad wife were visit
ing Fred Kllageeberg aad family last
Monday and thsy had s tine time
with tbe family.
One of the teama of T. Kllagea-
eerg got unruly last Monday morn
ing aad a telephone pole waa re
moved la consequence, but bo other
harm was dona.
. Mra. Frank Olhoff and bob of
Best rice, Nebraska, were visiting here
with relatives hut week.
For sale, fra Joreey ir'J a few
If iii
Day wearing hew
of him but you will
.
TURKEY CREEK.
Miss Leola Lay la visiting friends
and relatives at Navarre.
Mr. and Mra. L. Brown and family
were Thursday evening guests ot J.
Smith's.
Mr,, and Mrs., P. M. Nemechek,
son, Boyd, and daughters, Grace and
Pearle, attended the funeral or Micur
ael Page of Moonlight Sunday,.
John and Harvey Olsen spent Sun
day at home. '
Mlas Winnie Halsteed of Enter
prise was a guest of Mr. Colden's the-
fore part of last week.
Ray Witter visited friends and rel
atives In Abilene Sunday,
L. K. Markley and family ars en
tertaining relative, from Abilene this
week.
Boyd Nemechek and Loulj Has
loucr accompanied by Arnold Sctrully,
returned last week from Humboldt, '
Nebraska, where the formal pur-,
chased a new Reo touring car.
Miss Ella Shank la spending the
week In Navarre, the guest of irle.'.ls
and relative. . , y.
-Little Iris i Topllff wss oh the sick
list the latter part of laat week.
Mlsa Edna Westover Is spending
a few days at horns.
Josephine and Emmerd Johnson
were Sunday guests ot Grace, Henry
and Rodger Funk.
Miss Gertrude BchuJtl, a it n dent
of E. N. A. the past term, after
spendir? n week with P. M. Neme
chek'., returned on Wednesday l-
her heme at Humboldt.
Albort Hoiton assisted Mr. Brown
wita isrm vora tna tore pan or
tbe week.
Mlsa LUile Olsea. who had apent
some time In Enterprise, came home -on
Sunday.
Mlsa Edna Jonas entertained Miss-.
IJiile See df at herv home Sunday.
Geo. Westpver and family who
had been visiting for several week
la Humboldt, Neb. returned home
wee.' ,
DONEGAL. . t ?
Ber. aad Mra, J. H. Meyers at
Vteterla, Teaaa, are) here visiting
friends their way to Penasylvania.
A large ftamber tram here at
las dee the fuaeral of Mrs. Sommers .
at Navarre Saaday.
John Helee aad Benton Avery ot
Hamlia visited several daya at J,
Eagle's last week. '
Several from this place attended
the Saaday school eoaventioa at Abi
lene laat Wednesday.
Noah Hershey asd dancbter t-
ended tfce fnaeral of Mlrhsel Psje
t MeoBt:.ht Snodny -noiti.
Rev. Lee-tar s---"( ! r1-
P. A. Eowsssn, A ii!o Verosstlle
Co. lldw
r C.; '. a f slur bv - k
Miss fy Ca'pegtef ;:! t--

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