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I Abilene, Kansas
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f. Rrnwn 14 Of
' Acme Mutual
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' Address': '
Abilene. Kanaaa.
, Date boon at MInick H Taylor's
hardware store, Abilene.
N. S. WOOLVERTOM
AUCTION E ER
Best of references a-lven.
Call Brown phone 1048. Address 8ol
oitior, R. D. 1.
Choice Duroo bred gilts for eale.
NOHTHEA8T DICKINSON.
Farmers are taking advantage of
the -fine weather and re ' putting
In their spring crops. Most of the
oata are planted.
Mr. and Mra. A. Wjras were Wake
field visitor Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. , John Metater Jr.
spent Easter at O. Frobardts.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Zurmerly attend
ed Easter services at the Catholic
church In Junction City. y ,t r
Mrs. A. Kleefelt leave Sunday
for Germar.v where ahe will visit
her father.
Master Arthur Pett Is suffering
from a severe attack of throat trou
ble. Dr. Hultt Is attending him;
an operation may be necessary.
Mary and Paul Ielster were in
Wakefield Thursday afternoon.
Rosa and Lilly Wyss have begun
a course in music for the summer.
Mrs. Fred 'Neimoller is teacher.
'-" Harve Glenn-and Jake Altweg are
hauling wheat to Wakefield. .
The Warren Cookson family will
move the first of next week to a
ranch south tf Chapman. They will
hp missed, from this vicinity. V
Jno. Shandy made a business trip
to Enterprise Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Winsor spent
Easter at Emil Frohardt's.
Pierce Cookson is. working for H.
Zurmerly. v
Elevator Meeting. ,
- All stockholders in the Farmers'
rnnnoHva rci&vator Co. are s notl-
'-'fied that a meeting will foe' Held $at
urday April 20 at 2:30 at the com
mercial club rooms to elect directors
and complete organization.
17d2twlt p. SOMMER.
' x WALNUT GROVE.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Jollti and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Blunderfield , visited
with relative ia Talmage 8unday.
Leonard Pattln threahed hi crop
of wheat last week. It mad
bushels a acre' and Sold -for . 1 per
bushel.
Mrs. John Hobbs of Solomon visu
al with her daughter, -Mrs.. Fred
Blunderfield, several days last week.
v.A Davis and family visited1 wun
his brother Frank near Manchester
Sunday. , . '
LANKY DISTRICT.
v
vir. Hobba of Solomon visited
with hr daughter. Mrs. Walter Lan-
ey and family a few days last week.
Mr. Wllvert and family of Abi
lene spent Saturday and Sunday with
S. A. Romberger .
Mr. McGinnls Is doing carpenter
work In . Talmage this week. .
r.enrra Legg and wife and Grand
ma Hardin spent Sunday with D. M.
Swisher's.
f r KooDenhaver came up from
Abilene Saturday where she has been
visiting for several weeks. J
Grandma Foster is on the sick
list.
Edmund Fells I having a cistern
made. -
Frank Watt and family spent Sun
day at Harry Wallace's.
- i S s
i For Sale.
Team of smooth mouthed, mare
woirha 1400 horse weighs 1350,
good workers. One span 5-year-ol4
mules 16 to 16 bands high, good
and well broken. S. H. Lenhert, Abi
lene, Kan. Farmers' phone Acme.
lswtr
Steers For Sale.
25 head coming 2-year-old steers,
in fair condition. J. A. Kuntz, phone
Buckeye, R. D. Abilene 5. 18wtr
Keystone School Closed.
Keystone school, district No. 81,
.. 19th Tho mi nils and
ClUoVU i. n . " . - I n.. 1 II.RIU5 10 u'66"
teacher rendered a good program, hIg home in Buckeye.
after whicn tne visitors, ui vu
hundred in number, prepared a several days.
Mr. Reufner' llttl girl had , her
band badly crush in a wringer Tuesday.
last week
Jo Sheet' baby who ha been! sick list
oult 111 Is improving..
H. W. Hosle has his house painted
At the school meeting last Friday
the patrons decided to improve the
school house' by repainting and
plastering.
Mrs. M. B Emlg and Lois Wool-
verton spent Tuesday night with her
sister Mrs. TV G. Kauffman.
WOODBINE.
Q, H. Blegert made a business trip
to Denver last week, going Tuesday
and returning Friday.
Mrs. Rhlney Jahnk was shopping
In Abilene Wednesday. -
Rev. Baetker returned .Friday
from his trip to Eudora.
Mrs. Harry Larson of Navarre
spent Saturday, with her parents,
Mr. and Mr. Steckel.
A number from here attended the
box aoclal at Carey Creek school
house last Thursday evening. ,
Miss Ruth Muensenmayer and Miss
Viola Oesterrelch were home from
Enterprise over Sunday.
Will Kuhlenkamp of Denver cam
horn Friday with Mr. Blegert and
Is visiting his mother.
E. L. Shank is having a new
foundation put under his house.
Mr. and Mrs. James' Middleton
spent Sunday at Grandma Gugler's.
)LKASAK? VALLEYv
Mr. and Mrs. . B. Srthuman and
family spent Sunday with the lat-
ter's brother, W. Hoefling, of Man-
chester
C. A. Teare spent Saturday and
Sunday with C. Leckron's at Done
gal. '
Rollo Aumach and W. Dornberger
went to Chapman Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Derrick and fam
ily Sundayed at E. Derrick's.
A. Picking is digging a well at
C. Aumach assisted E. Probasco
bountiful dinner. The guests de
parted wishing Miss Engle many suc
cessful school terms. ' Miss Engle
Is one of the Abilene graduates of
1911. ' ' : ;
MOONLIGHT;
Sam Bennison left for Illinois: Sat
urday on account of the illness of
his mother. .
Sam Zeigler is working at H.
Kready!s. '
Miss Dorithy Knerr returned home
from her uncle's the first of the week.
John Derrick's took dinner Jat
Enoch Derrick's Sunday.
. Sam Zeigler, took dinner with
Amos Sword's Sunday;
Frank McGaffy spent Sunday with
Melvin Sword's.
George McNltfs went to town on
Tuesday.
Frank Whlteley purchased a hew
piano last week.
Frank Duffy's spent Sunday with
his folks, Will Duffy's.
SOLOMON.
1 t ,-ta Aid '-society of the
X li uowivB
iu,wHof wniarnnftl church made
xriciuvuiow
over $56 in the chicken dinner which
tIvah in the K. C. hall Saturday.
Z. S. Knight , and family moved
Monday to the house owned y i
T. Sullivan on West Fourth street
Mr. RalDh Starrett and Mrs
Brownell were In Sallna Saturday
.i.iti Mrs. William SUrrett-
Mr 3. L. Goldberg left Friday
for her home in "Sppeka after spend
ing a week here with her tlangoier
- a r.miiv. Mra. E. Sundahl.'
Mra. Roberts and little datrghter
left last Saturday for Kansas kmj,
returning home Wednesday.
ZIOX. - .
A. M. Engle' and : S. H. ' Ben s
visited at 'J'., E. Brechbill's on Sun
day. ' : f ' ' v ' '
John Enscle's and. Sam Ketter-
man's of Talmage visited . friends
here Sunday. . : '
H: E." Sollenberger'e and Avery
Sollenberger visited on Sunday at
Robt. Breeding's.--
Several of the farmers went to
Allda to haul telephone poles with
which to repair lines 5 and 19 of
Buckeye division. ;
Mrs. E. J. Reel and children are
visiting her parents at Rhinehart.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Brandt who re
cently returned from Upland, Calif.,
held a family reunion at the home
of their son. M. M'. Brandt, iney
have (Some back to Kansa to stay.
Born, to- Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Climenhaga of Dellsle, Sask., Can
ada, on April 6. a son.
Jesse Crlder pulled out his new
AuJtman-Taylor (engine Thursday.
Wm. Page and J. C. Crum were
business visitors to the county seat
on Thursday.
Mrs. C. A. McCTbsh and Mrs. Jen
nie Stoecker were shopping in Abi
lene Thursday.
Harry Hoover has drilled a new
well and moved his windmill.
S. M. Page returned from his out
ing in California much satisfied with
Kansas.
A number from here attended the
H. M. Knox sale on Friday.
George Haas was up from Lyons-
dale on Thtfrsday,' returning Friday.
Rev. C. O. Museer and JK O. Wen
ger of Abilene took, dinner on Sun
;', ih A. O. Zook's. '
Dan Bert visited on Sunday with
vi. whr Sam. ""'
Mra. Anna Frey and Christ Frey
were entertained on Sunday awno
V 1' . .
The highest corn, market at Tal
mage was 80 cent on Monaay.
o. n.hrmTr visited Sunday
with Bruce Zook."
. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bert were
guests of the former sister, Mrs.
tt. Hnnrer on Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Sam Ketterman and
Mr and Mr. Jno. Engle were visitors
. "c.. trnele's of Moonlight Sunday.
D. E. Hoeken's visited Sunday a
C. Simpson.
bm. of N. E. Zook's young folks
Tiaited their sisler, Mrs. Austin Mil-,
M. Reed left for New Mexico
Mr. .Boyd Kauffman la on th
Mr. Harry Larsen went to Wood
bine on Saturday. - i
A. K. Bassler's spent Sunday at
Walter Engl's.
Dr. and Mrs.' Carnes spent Sunday
at Harry Larsen'a.
The traveling public of this town-
ahlp Is anxiously waiting for the
board to make good In regard to
keeping the 'roads In half decent
traveling condition. Some of these
days ."patience wilt cease to be a
vlrture" and an infusion of pew
blood may be made in the adminis
tration. . t
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Pitts spent
Sunday at A. E. Reynold's.
,Wm, Scheufele Is building a new
barn.
The annual love feast will be held
at the Belle Springs church April
27 and 28.
Funeral services of th late S. C.
Lady will be held at the Belle
Springs church Sunday,. April 21..
H. a. Wlnaerd and family motor
ed to Hope and College Hill Sunday.
Ralph Kauffman has sold hi bar
ber hop to Melo Haldeman of Hope.
LOCAL MARKETS.
s'L.
fGraln market corrected every
Thursday morning by Abllen Milling
Co.)
Wheat ...$102
Corn . "8c
esjoooooodoooootoooocKrooooc
Specials for Saturday s Sgmzn
ffT-"rr 7r -ii i;S. ,in,r1,mrlll,..nTf r , nil, , u" I r , i i.r..iu - wm'm ZSXZZSiZmJ ,
Read of the great values that join in the ef
fort to make Saturday a day of lively selling.
Lace Curtains 49c
Larpe size lace cur
tain's in an assortment 61"
splendid patterns, some
ae 5 ft. wide and all are
full 3 yards lonp, a splen
did bargain offering each
49c
Bed Spreads 98c
Large size bed spreads
of good quality. These
come in assorted patterns, ,
the best $1.25 value on
sale each 1 .
98c
S.25 Linen Damask 98c
Heavy quality all pure linen table damask full 7a
inches wide and a heavy satin finish, .We, will show
you I $ different patterns, special a yard .
.... . TALMAGK. "
Mra. Otfs Landes of Abilene visited
her sister, Mr. B. W. Stewart, Mon
day and Tuesday.
Miss Grace Watt came up from
.AAilen jto, visit home folks , over
Sunday. n-.rt' i
School will close next Thursday
evening' April 25.,. The 8th, 9th and
10th grades will give an entertain
ment in, the ,hall. Friday morning,
April 26 will. be a basket ball game;
in the afternoon the intermediate
(trades will give an entertainment
In the hall, followed by a ball game1
at the school grounds.
J. B. Nickels and family visited
T. n Mlchola In Nllp SllnrtaV. i
. , - tf IIO V LV. J fcj w .
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Fulton left who filed ber petition in tneistrict
for Osnakle to attend the wed ding court D.nson
Market rorrMl weekly by J..0
ofman, Abllen.)
Hogs ' iU
Butter
Eggs .
Th Pioneer Produce Co. pays th
following: ' i
Hens c
Old Roosters ...5c
YoVPK roosters 6C
: V Butter Market.
'Kansas City creamery 30o,, dairy
28c.
.Chicago creamery 28-31c, dairy
2l'-8c. .
. J ..... . ; . . , t 4 .
(WstUvbllshed, 1tv A4W4feK1f4
.MeiRerlector Apn omir.tT
in 'the' district court of Dickinson
COUfly , . Bljue "l ..
H ELEltf . POTTER S HELTON,
Plaintiff.
J " fl- ' ' vs.
OAKLEY ROBERT SHELTON,
Defendant.
To the above named defendant, Oak
fey Robert Shelton; '
... ....hi TintifloH that vnu
ISO nro v...-- -- - - -
have been sued by said alalntUt,
Heavy Taffeta Silk
Pefcoats SI.95
This interesting fpecial
i 12. .t.i
fnouia cause some uvciy
selling Saturday. A heavy
quality; taffeta silk petti
coat in ' nearly any color ,
you could ask for. Some
real $5 values are priced
each '
Best Table Oil Cloth
15c Yard
Best quality table oil
cloth in. plm white and
figured patterns a large,
selection to choose the
favorite one from, a yard
riRv Soft Silks 25c
' Every wanted color in these popular new soft : n.ki
that usually sell at '39c We want to do some lively
selling in this department Saturday so we stack out oyer
5000 yaids, a yard '
; '25C' ;
of Bert Mitchell and Miss Luclle
Sternber
Talmage is to have a first class
Ntel. several men are working on
the bi'jldlng south of the post of
fice, which when completed will, be
occupied by B. G. Burdick.
Mrs. Holzworth went to Abilene
Sunday with her sister. Miss Fer
gerson who left for Portland, Ore.,
Sunday night,
Dr. Montgomery will have his
dental office with Dr. Chaffe.
Mies Ruby Burt of Vine Creek Is
staying with her cousin, Mrs. Steele.
Mrs. C. W. Naylor has been quite
sick the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Watt and daughters
drove up from Abilene Saturday to
visit Walter Watt and family.'
ik. 17th rtnv of Anrll. lvli,
wherein she asks for a divorce from
you upon the ground of gross neg-.
lect of duty and for the care, cus
tody end control or toe nunur
child. Robert Ranson Shelton: that
unless you answer or demur to said
petition on or berore tre aiei uy
of May. 1912. said petition will be
taken as true and Judgment ren
rod against you as prayed for
therein, granting a divorce to said
Dlaintlff and granting her the cus
tody of said minor child, and barr
ing you from all right, title and in
terest in lots 10 and 11, block 21,
Kuney & Hodge addition to Abilene,
Dickinson countv. KanFas.
, HELEN POTTER SHELTON.
Plaintiff.
By S. S. Smith. Her Attorney.
ACME.
Mn. Milo Emlg and childr of
Colorado Is her' visiting relatives.
Mrs. Ed. Knerr. wa called to Mis
souri last week by th serious ill
ness ot her father. ;
A fine" program was givea maay
t th: Highland school. . A bount
eous dinner w'a.erved. Mis Ann
Emlg oeservw wc wn w
good worK-donei '
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kean of Sa
llna visited l thl Vicinity last week.
Ora Lahr has been oa th sick
list. ' '
A fine program waa gives Sat
urday at he Independence chool.
Dinner was served. Mis urace
Buchenau deeerve mnCih credit for
th work done.
O. W. Brown wa In thia vicinity
fhrpshlnt kafflr corn.
Mies Viola Phillips went to Kan-
... rttr Wednesday for a short
naa " w
Mr and Mrs. John Markley of
Abilene visited at J. O. Engle's on
, BUCKKVK.
Scott Hlnkle Is able to be around
again after a week'a alckness.
The school meeting on Friday was
attended by six men and four wo
men. C. O. Fink wa elected clerk.
Mr. Tufts and family of Abilene
were out to church at Buckeye on
Sunday.
Ialph Hayaes Is staying with E.
Hoyt'.
Mrs. E. Burkholder and son Price
spent Sunday with her daughter,
Mr:; J. Kugler.
Mra. W. J. Leckron 1 teaching
music at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Lahr vleited
her parents. J.' J. Mark Sunday.
W, H .Cook, threshed 350 busUei
of kaffii cora; Monday.
J. Thomas, Ety PolUnd and Roy
Winsler were grading th road Mon
day.
X. Rnmold has been lard up th
past week with a sprained ankl.
J. W, Rnmold returned Saturday
from Coaway Springs where he
spent several daya on business.
Mra. E. J. Winsler spent Wed
nesday of last week visiting Mrs.
C. C. Winsler and children or Law
rence whs is visiting her parents.
J. T. Woolverton.
The wheat is very patchy and the
soft wheat is killed
I
Oats are coming up in fine shape. 3t
(First pnhll.hed In Abilene Weekly
Reflector April 1. 11Z
PUBLICATION NOTICK.-
To Benjamin Wilkinson, Jf ''v, and
hia unsnown neirn,
"'".." 17'r 1. unknown.
wife of a.d Benjamin Wilkinson.
If she be alive, ana mr -
helm, executor. 'm,nl"t"iorA "Zl
v".e. trustee, and a. 1 nn li "he
ifn; r. - ... ..... ----- .
t . ..i. hrs. erecutom, ad
min In" rat or- 'vlBee, tru.teea n.l
aMHlirna If h be lead : U V. Bird
If ailve. and lila unknown heir, ad-
M.ra-ret"i: Bird If illvi and her
onknown helm. admlnUtratom. e
cutors, devlneea. trteen and nn
itgnn, it (the be dead; Hannah Iee
R?"ron If alive, and her unknown
. . . Jmlnl.lralnn. fe
vIb. truatee and aMlnna. ir ne
be dead; Bradley, whoae flrat
nam- l unknow. himband of Sarah
A. Bradley. If, he be alive, and bla
unknown helra, executora, admlnla
. .... ..a tpiiatAAa n nn m
ntsrnn. If he be dead, and the Kanaas
Truat and Banking; Company, a cor
poration, ano 11 nnuwn
ora, truateea and aaalgns:
u ra hereh no
..... .1... ..... h... hn aiiea In the
diatrK-t court wnnin ana 1
ty of nicklnaon. state or a;wm,
an arrit.n w nr. r-.n
plaintiff and you are M"n"'"'
that you muat anawer nw j"
or before the Ilat aav 01 aiay, n,
or the earn will be taken aa true and
1 ..a .111 bmj4. 1 In HI VOIL
i'd each of you. guietlna- the title of
dexcrllied real eatate altnated In Dlck-
non manly, atate or Kanaaa. o-wn.
ww-. . . 1 . ff mr1 Inn num-
1 fi pw inrM.i ...... . v. . ... ;
i 111 .i..h n thirteen f13).
vrr m 1 11 t- w 0 , , w.v-ww ........ - -m
aoulh of ranire four 4) eaat of the
8lth principal meridian, and forever
; ..j .ininin vnu. and each
of you, nd all peraona rlalmlne: or
to claim unaer. oy or iiiruRi,
.... -' twwvx m ...rt 1 n . nr claim
riiT,--r in J . 1 . - -- - -
In any rlht. tuie or iBirn.i m, r
to aid real eatate. or any part thereof.
dverae to the title unn tibiii i yvm
aeaalon of aald Pl"'"!! . ,.
Attorneyt for I'iaintiff.
Men's Oxfords S2.95
Merv . new oxfprds in
' ' i .
spring, tan, -cair, pun
metal, patent colt, etc.,
all good styles in $4 val
ues, a pair
$295
Work Shirts
M.n' hsavv cheviot work shirts in a splendid va
riety ol blue and dark patterns all piled out each "
39C
Taffeta Ribbon 5c
; A bargain table bl Wide
affeta aHilkj''wbbt. ift'
big variety pf plain colors, r
Take your choice of the
greatest lot of ribbon, you,
ever looked ; at for a yard
Women's Percale
Vaists 48c
All' good Rtyles, these
blue percale waists all are
new and come in very
neat patterns for eveiy
day wear. A 69c waist
marked out for this, Satur
day sale each
48c
Cotton Voile 25g
This new and very de
sirable cloth comes in
white, blue and tan colors.
We should sell this all out
on Saturday a yard
25c
Women's Union Suits 25c
Women's gauze union suits without sleeves and
lace trimmed drawers, pure white color a suit
25c
Jen's Ribbed On-
teear 39c
Men's ribbed underwear
in all sizes of shirts and
drawers, this is a splendid
quality for spring wear, a
garment
39c
Cotton Flannel Gloves
5C 'V."
Men's cotton flannel
gloves of good quality, to
close them but they go a
yard
5c
i . 1 1 lilt I I If.lll I i-u
This comes in plain colors and is of a good quality
marked out a yard
7 I -2c
iD ttf""' fWaj-
"ITueesJsr.
)?r on Suniaf.
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