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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, AblLKNK, KANSAS, MARCH 14, 1012. TJ i J. O- ENGLE Auctio neer Public Sales a Specialty Reference: Any bank ef Abilene, Kansas Phones: ""B ro'wn U or Acme Mutual Address: Abilene, Kansas. Date book at Minick a Taylor's hardware store, Abilene. N. S. W00LVERT0N AUCTIONEER Beet of references given. Call Brown phone 104J. Address Sol omon, R. D. 1. Choice Duroo bred (lite for sals. LOG AX. Mrs. C. P. Pitts is on the sick Uat. Also Mrs. E. M. Reed. Glenn Sheets moved to Abilene on Saturday. The public spirited citizens of this township are hoping for their share of the hundred miles of good road promised by the commlsskmer. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larsen and Mrs. J. A. Davis called at Walter Engle's on Saturday evening. The play entitled the "Danger Signal" staged by borne talent from Navarre, was put on at Hope Sat urday night. Dr. C. H. Matret is on the sic list. "Physician heal thyself. See those galvanized chamber palls in the Racket window. They're oniy:saturaay 25 cents Saturday. 13d3twl NORTHEAST DICKTSSON. 1 The correspondent has been snow bound at Seiomwm for the ipast two weeks. J. E. Pett transacted business In Wakefield Saturday. Lewis Claire, the five months old baby, of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Winsor, dieu Feb. 27, Interment In tf he Wake field cemetery. Much sympathy Is extended the paresntta. Mra. J. E. Rummer of near Junc tion City has returned to her home after a weeVa vtalt to title" 'Vicinity. 1 Mrs. ATbert Xurmerly and baby, k ' Esther are storm bound at the home of her parents, Mr. a-d Xrs. iKnmp haus, thirteen -miles northwest of here. Here's hoping that the snow storms are over until inert wrnter. SCMUOMON. Mrs. George Spaulding entertained the Embroidery lu at 3wr home on Fifth street Thursday afternoon Mrs. Ed. Beacott arid Mrs. Henry Bergan left Wednesday morning for Kansas City where they win visit friends for a few days. Dr. Roberts left for Kansas City Wednesday. Mrs. Rolf Starrett was vtttttng friends in Abilene Wednesday. Mrs. Tom Robertson left Wednes day for : Minneapolis where she will visit her aunt. Mrs. Jim Dobson returned home from Culver Monday after spending several days there at the home of Rev. Rankin. John McKenzle left Wednesday fori The Young Men's Bug A Baggy That Speaks of Highest Quality and Superior Finish If this is what your are looking for come io and see our line J KnglE ATeopfer Kansas City with a car load of sheep Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hobba left Monday for tbelr borne In Seattle, Wash., after spending two months bere with Mr. Hobba' -parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hobba. Delia Knight Is the day operator now at the Savoy hotel In Kanaas City. Everett Swagga returned (home from Kansas City Wednesday after noon where he had been with a shipment of stock. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Burdlck left 'or their home in Talmage Tuesday after spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Churchill. Mrs. Hriplet Is seriously ill at her home this week. TURKEY CREEK. Grandpa and Grandma Brown were Sunday guests of their daugh- ter, Mrs. W. Stice, and family. ' P. M. Nemechek hauled bogs to market on Wednesday last. Miss Ella Olsen was on the sick list the forepart of this week. George Westover and family went to Abilene on Saturday, after having spent the past month In the country with Mrs. Westover and son Ira. Ben Nemechek who Is attending Enterprise high school Is boarding at Mrs. Eyth's while the roads are impassible. Word was received here to the extent that Mrs. Robert Peters for merly of this place, is despairingly ni with heart trouble, at her home near White City. The mall carrier of Route 6 has been able to mate the entire trip but once In the past half month. Mr. Hull arranged for Mr. Grlce'a .jbu tT Muenzenmayer and Ah an agreeable sin-prlse In the form,, fan,nies over Sunday. of a much -unexpected visit last We are glad to report Ira West- over as being ante to be about again after an lUnera caused by pneumonia. Misses Lulu and Lillie and Boyd NemecheTc were '' Sunday afternoon guests at "Mr. Warner's. Miss Hedwlg Schmtftz spent Sun day at her home Tn Abilene. Mrs. Ruth Balrd and little son Paul, are staying with the former's parents, Wr. and Mrs. Stice while Mr. Balrd 'Is moving his goons to the farm soon to be -vacated by Mr. BrlKhtblTTs. Miss Schmutz and pupils of Eu reka aTe -preparing a program to be elven on the evening of March 29 The Orphlon quartette of Abilene will again favor us with some very choice selections. Mr. and Wrs. "Golden re visiting relatives In Ellis. .Good rooms and board at 110 South Second. Also good cook stove for sale. wnd3t nJCASANT VALLEY. Several farmers of this vicinity atteded the grain meeting at Tal mage Saturday. Mr and Mrs. J. Partner and son Rah visited Sunday at E. .Deri rick's. Anna Dornberger spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Teare. Grandma Peters is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. C. Slifer Snndayed with A. Sword s. Winona McGaffy is working or Mrs. Sword. For Sale. 5 good Hereford bulls for sale wlt h. c. bkhijn&Eik. gy WOODBINE. Mrs. Swendener of Abilene was in town on buelneaa Tuesday. Wm. Knoop had the misfortune to get his hand mashed between a pully and belt on a circle saw, while at work, but is getting along quite nicely now. Mrs. Rubin of Turkey Creek, sister of A. Volkman, was visiting her brother and family Wednesday, Henry Tababen shipped a car of cattle and one of hogs to Kansas City last week. Bert Iesltt, a former Abilene man but now a travelng salesman, was in town a few days ago. Joe Garrett whle sawing wood cut his hand, which gave him quite a little trouble. jonn a a Doe received a new gas traction engine laBt week. Samuel Muenzenmayer was home from Manhattan and spent Sunday .with his family. Marie Oesterrelch spent Friday and . brothers. Saturday in Enterprise visiting her Miss Shearer and Miss Masten left Friday for Abilene to vlBlt home folks. Mrs. H. Mitsch, Mrs. H. Westrup, Mrs. S. Guggler and Mrs. Albeit Gugler were In Abilene Friday. Charles Hlbbert bought the Muse- well automobile from Mr. Meta. Now watch Charlie. Cbas. Brehm visited his father near Navarre Friday. Prof. Sempsrote and family spent Saturday rn Abilene visiting friends. Miss Metha Un-verzsgt, a teacher ln E.N.A. at Enterprise, and Mis. Esther Haller of the same place -were DETROIT. Mrs. Ed. Leach Is quite III again. Mrs. John Line has received her appointment as postmaster. " Mrs. W. IFlfltcber of Abilene and Mrs. Chas. Fossler of Junction City are here to be with their father, Steve SieDey, Who has not been well the past few days. Wm. Hiesecker has moved to the farm recently purchased 'by Mr Bahrmter near Abilene: Mrs. 'Burgess is very sick at her home east Ht town. Mrs. John Hawk is improving very sloWly. . OUTH ineKTNSON. Mr. -and Mrs. Walter Trait spent Strrrday at Jaoob Shank's. Jitehop 'Engle mae'e a business trlv to Abilene .Saturday. Mrs. C. P. Pitts Is on the sick list The "Navarre folka went to Hope Saturday evening and gave their play, "The Danger SignaL" Miss Bessie Bassler went to Hope last week to spend several days visiting Mrs. John Elsenhower. Glenn Sheets transacted business in Abilene Saturday. Mr. aatd "Mrs. Homer Hoffman spent Sunday -with the latter's par ents, B1snop :and Mrs. Engle. Mrs. Jesse Sheets Is on the eitck list MOONLIGHT. Sam Wlngerd of Pennsylvania rs visiting bis brother Aaron of this place. A large number attended the Baer sale on Monday. Abe Brandt 1s home from Cali fornia well pleased with Kansas. John Roof of Solomon 1s visiting at Jay Bell's. James Boyer has moved nte fam ily to Moonlight and Is living 1n the hall. Monoe Book of Ramona spent Saturday and Sunday here. Robert Picking moved on the Hof f nell farm ast week. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Engle visited J. E. Engle's at Talmage Sunday. Dan Bert and Miss Mary Mlnter visited Sunday at Grant Balmer's. BUCKEYE. Grace and Helen Grove spent Sun day at home returning Monday to D.C.H.S. J. E. Wlnsler and family spent Sunday with his mother. J. McNesl's sale was well attend ed by men on horseback. 8tock sold well. George Hayaes It In poor health. Mias Anna Moore la staying In Abilene this week. ; Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Beck of Acme attended Ora Lahr'a weddlngr. ! Mr. and Mra. Will Wright of Solo moa attended hla cousin's. Ora Lahf's wedding. Miss Miriam Picking bad a holi day, on Tuesday. The pupils all went to McNesl's sale. Ora Lahr. moved on Wednesday. There Is to be a spelling contest at the South Buckeye school on Fri day afternoon. Four schools Join In it and then the best are to be sent to Abilene on the 23 rd. Mra. S, .Grove ..visited Mrs. S. 3. Wlnsler oa Taesday. Mrs. Roy Lahr bad the grip last week but Is able to be around again Helen Picking lost several days of school on account of sickness. For rent, small farm, one-half mile southwest of -Abilene, owned by Mrs. S. Carpenter. Inquire at W. II. Brougbton Music Store. 8d6twlt LANKY DISTRICT. Mr. and Mrs. Verl McCoy spent Thursday afternoon at S. A. Rom berger's. Fred Casselle Is staying with M. E. Whitney's this week. Dell Luke and family spent Sun day afternoon at G. H. Cheney's. Mr. Rice and wife took Sunday dinner with Mr. Swisher's. Herbert and Wesley Romberger drove to Abilene Wednesday. Len Copeland will have a sale on Friday, March 15. He and his family are making preparations to go to Colorado to spend the summer, at least, for the benefit of their health.' Mrs. Hull spent Wednesday afl- ternoon with Mrs. J. L. Whitney. Mr. Gardener took dinner Satur day with Mr. Grlce'8. Blanche Watt la staying this week with her brother and family and at tending school. D. M. Swisher had the misfortune to lose his fine Jersey cow Sunday. Edmund Fells sold a horse this week to Mr. Hyslop. M. A B. Peacock call your atten- xiw to thiT "wT opening dates louua P-P-. wisn to Btaie mat tney carry a com plete line of hair switches at a full range of prices. wit TALMAGE. Miss Goemell returned from a visit, with her parents In Missouri. Miss Elizabeth Dortland came up from Abilene to visit a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houser. Miss May Brlney returned to Abi lene. John "Reese went to Abilene Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Engle of Moon light visited their son John Engle and wife Sunday. Little Ward Burdlck Jias been quite sick the last week with pneu monia. Mr. -Sell, the state pure food in spector, was In Talmage Monday and was pleased with the Talnrage mer chants. George 'Hardin's moved Tn town last weeX. The doctors report a great 'deal of sickness in the country. Rev. Rwnfier of Manchester visited his daughter Laura Monday. While driving a cow last Friday afternoon Eli Houtz had his thum torn from his hand. Dr. Chaffee dressed the wound. , Mrs. Jotm Paul and children re turned from Kansas City last week. Mrs. George Stewart of California spent a week with her son, B. W.. Stewnrt, and wife. , Phone for Tollver's auto livery. 23dwlmo Mrs. 1. . f'i-.j!l( le.icl. Mrs. D. E. Crebbs of Strong City died this morning. Mr. Crebb for many years was station agent at the Santa Fe depot "here. i. More Kilo Stock. Owing to the big demand for Silos this season, we have placed our orders for two more car loads of i ... mio mum, ana are iiianiiiK up inn specifications for two cars more to be ordered witfiin the next I wo weeks. If you 'want any special size Silo, let us know and we will In clude the special stock necessary with our next order. Rlce-Johntz-Nicolay Lumber Co. Flshel strain While Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching, 75c setting. H. M. Howard, 1204 N. Buckeye Ave. dwtf LOCAL MARKETS. (Grain markets . corrected every Thursday morning by Abilene Milling Co.) Cora 70c Wheat 11.00 (Market corrected weekly by 3. O rfonaa&r Abilene.) Hogs M OO Batter Eggs . .25c ,11c ' The Pioneer Produce Co. paya the following: Hens 10c Old Roosters .4c Young Roosters 7c Batter Market. Kansas City creamery 29c, dairy 27e. Chicago creamery 27-J0c, ' dairy 2 4-2 Sc. WIw. Custorirtszv THERE IS NO PLACE HOME. Don't be misled by flashy agents yes, or their sub-agents "working on the sly on a five per cent." If your neighbor gets talked Into buying a Yellow Pine Silo, and pays from $50 to $100 more for It' than what we ask for a Clear Fir Stave Silo, that should be a warning to you. The arguments of these agents or their sub-agents may sound convincing, but you will find them a delusion and a snare, their Interest In you ceases when they rave your money. If you could buy a superior article for less money from strang ers than your home dealer asks you, there might be some Justification for taking a chance on the outsider. When as In this case of this Silo proposition, we offer you a far su perior commodity, and at a much lower price, can you conceive of any reason why you should not buy your Silo from us? Your interests are our interests. Our Interest In you does not cease when we sell you a Silo. It Is to our Interest that you get your Silo built up properly, giving you all the assistance pos sible, also that it proves satisfactory after having been built. Any defect we are bere to make right, we stand behind our sales, we hold ourselves desponslble. If you Intend buying a Stave Silo, we have the best Stave Silo to be had. If you want a Common Sense Silo we have bought material expressively for this Silo, all No. 1 grade. If you want to build a cement silo we have the cement, can also give you val uable Information in regard to building the Cement Silo. m Yours In the Silo business RICE-J0I1NTZ-NIC0LAY LUMBER CO. Abilene Talmage (First published In the Abilene Weekly Reflector March 14, 112.) BILLS ALLOWED By Board of County Commissioners at Their Kefiilar Meeting in March. B. I,. Morne, Treasurer, scalp bounties 35.60 IS. It. Alorne, TjBuHiirel', Jurors tvnn 1U4.4W Richard Warlug, JjMtmttslt'i-, atmnpH, tmvelojjL-8, elc, SS.T.tl E. L. jiorac, 'i reuHiuer, Hlunipe.. . . 1.1 AnKu-icai) Kxpiens Company, ex- prexe l.fcu Wells Fargo A C'ouipany'a lx- prexs, e.pi'eHH. 40 Unued Hlatea Kxpreu Company, . -' exprura au JefTemon TowiiMlitp, appropriation for purcliane of road luO.OU C. Bowen, ivpuiring typewriters... u.5u J, K. Keel, premium on liunU Com pany ASHeaaur JZ.ftU Joe J'urmun, Iiokh fur county faun 3u.!M) J. Taylor, aid for February 12.00 John Vandenljerit, aid for February 10.00 I K. U Cloud, aid for February 10.00 Mm. J. J. Kyon, aid for February.. 10.00 Tillle Hcanlan, aid for February . . . g.oo Mra. Sully, aid for February .uo K. Klwiik. aid for February tf.00 Cora Axulev. aid for February for piihi tit iiikii A 00 I Mra. j. F. imey, aid for Feuruary 6.00 mare 5 years old In foal weight about Samuel Hartman, aid for February Iiraa. jnn, ., m. . for care of poor 6.00 1&00; one dapple gray white mane- J. A. Andeiaun, aJu for February.. 5.00 and talj njgn gra(le Percheron mare Mary uoririan. alu lor February.. 4.00 1 , 7. 7 . . ..... c. K. Hugh, expeime .i.it6 years old in foal weight about li. p. Fuller, proiJ reading Field 1500; gray mare 6 years old In foal book - .............. 10.50 weight 1600; gray-high grade Perch Hope Farmers' Institute, holding ..... . institute 15.00 eron mare 5 years old weight about Abilene cnronTuppiiea: ! ! i ! ! ! ! km oaniuei DodHwoitii, liooa Co. sup- gelding five years old; black pllea 2JM" , j Jtedector I'ubiiNiiinK Co., county imare 7 years old In foal; high grade priming 41.!t3: . ...m i Crane arid Company aupplies , Central HKik and Mtationary Com- .... Many. mipnlleH i.w Went liisiiiicctant Company, aup- : wP m. WriVh'atanVirw-turini'com: "J.and whn developed will be a draft nanv. Simmies 30.00 hnrup with lnta nf nnnlltv: two irrndi Autnuel Uodswortli book Companyi ; sujjjillea '.u Supplies .Iu':"B!'"!f....'.'!,.,!f!?f: n.oo C. ..ubimrd ft c'ompany, anp- pUea J. A. Fouesier. meala and lodging tcp?.H,,c;mn;,'iim'hl;;: ie io Door ;!- a nln.,iliinillu. t, ...Mil O. C. Kohrer, merchandise to poor 20.25 B. F, ..n.?,,r Nelson, merchandise to 9.65 Atilln Mrc hantl e Company. tnerelutnillHe to poor 11. io O. C. ffterl A Company, merchan dise to county farm 7.55 W. W. Davis Mhoe Company, mer chandise to county farm I.i5 John C. Royer, truancy officer.... 18. .10 H. W. King, salary 12.t(0 H. A. King, salary J5.00 K. is. Morse, aalary 1;0.00 W. O. rtteen, aalary 113.7.1 W. O. Bteen, visiting schools 18.00 F. W. Morse, salfiry 83.33 .less Dary, Inquisition 50 V. H. Hehmftt. Inquisition 1.85 E. M. Blachley, Costa State vs. Sheldon 65.50 C. A. Benham, Inquisition Harry Roustrom. Inquisition 75 Chas. Senermerhorn, Inquisition... .75 Kd. Brlsco. Inquisition 75 Chas. Anderaon, Inquisition KA. Johnson Inquisition ? Theo. Hanquist. inquisition i5 Peter Hanneman, Inquisition .5 c a Cnnani nata State va. Rohna 20 W. fi. Anderaon, Ruthruff Juvenile case 10-70 J. R Young;,' Ruthruff Juvenile case Mrs. Klla Bennett, Ruthruff Juven- lie caae J f C. 'A. Rug-h, Ruthruff Juvenile case 1.50 J. R. Young, State va. Hoey J 7J 1. P. Quinn, State v. Hoey 3.70 J. H. Young:, washing blankets.... 8 00 J. R, Young, overse-lnc poor 6.00 J. R. Younic. attending Jill tt.00 J. R. Young, underaherlfr hire .- J5 J. R. Young, boarding prisoner. . . 7J.60 W. I Cooley, repairing clock l.-M a. R. Blwlck. glaae and setting at . covrt house J-J John Powell, haullog rtnjers .M Hodge Bros., merchandlae to court house and Jail 60 Badger Lumwr uompanr, mer chmdlse to court house O. C. Roemer, merchandise to jail FVank Pennington, labor at court house H. ToUver Comapny, repair .45 4.49 1.2S 1.00 1.25 ing surveryor s iranu Badger Lumber Company, coat to Jail , I H. W. Klnr. County Clerk of Dick inson County. BUte of Kansas, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct list of bills allowed at the regu lar amwlon of toe Board of County Com mlatlonera held March 4. 5. 4, 1M2. H. W. KINO. ' , County Clerk. LIKE Poultry Wanted, 20,000 lbs. of poultry wanted: at. once. We will pay the following prices: Hens 10c, old rooster-, 4c;: springs 9c; staggy young rooster a 7c; hides 8c. J. W. El wick Produra Co- Public - Sale Having sold a part of my farrtr and rented the rest, I will sell at public auction at the farm known as the John Mermelster farm, $A miles south and H mile east of Abilene, on Tuesday, March ISIfi commencing at 10 a m., the follow ing property: I.I HORSES AND MARKS. One black high grade Percheron H00; gray high grade Percheron rer, ueruu "ibiuuii .on i ear. urn dark gray white mane and tall, will ... . . . . De dapple gray, nas plenty or Don r-ercneron nines ibbc season s cons; W combination saddle and driving gelding 4 years old well broken ahd . . .. . gentle ana nss au me gaits; uiacK driving mare 4 years old lady brok- en; gray horse 9 years old; belding 3 years Old. 8 I1KAI) OF CATTLE Six bead of good milch cows two will be fresh . this spring (balance are fall cows; thoioughbred Short horn bull calf 7 months old can be registered; heifer 6 months old. Also team nice goats. 12 THOROUGH BIIKD POLAND CHINA HOGS Herd boar, fall boar, 2 tried sow and one gilt bred to farrow in April, balance fall gilts and shoats. The-' foundation of these hoge came from the Welcome Stock farm of J. M. Baler but are not registered. FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. Wagon, spring wagon, breaking; cart, nearly new Canton 4-wheeI lis- . ter, new three-section , barrow, culti vator, fanning mill, 3 sets work harness, U. 8. cream separator and , other articlea. HOUSEHOLD -GOODS Also one share la the Donegal Mutual Telephone Co., and one phone. TERMS All sums ef 10 and un der cash; sums over $10 a credit of 9 months will be given on note with approved security at 10 per cent Interest; if paid wbea due only I per cent interest will be charged. 1 No property to be removed until' settled for. FREE LUNCH AT NOON M J. ELLIOTT W.' C. CTRFIIST, Auctioneer.