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AIlll.KNK UKKKLV HKKLKTIlt AHILKNH, KANSAS, JULY 18, 191.
J. o. ENGL Auctioneer Public Sale Specialty.. inv bank or Abllana. Kanaaa honea: Brown 1 or , Aero Mutual Address: ' , . Abilene. Kama. "Date book at Minlck k. Taylor's hardware store, Abilene. N. S. WOOLVERTOfC AUCTIONEER Beat of rtftriDMi flvea. Call Brown phone IMS. AddraM Sol omon, R. D. If - ' ' Choice Duroe bred gilts for. sals. INDU8TRY,' Mr. Llnge and family who were visiting at Rev. Zabel's, hav egone to Oeborne. Kan. . . Mra. Shorllng and Mra. Hoppa of Chapman visited with Mrs.' C. Ga't chell laat week. ' R. L. Holmes of Manchester waa in town Sunday. Mrs. L. Hoffman from Longford Tlalted relatives here over Sunday. The ball . game Sunday. Industry vs. Chapman, came out In favor of Chapman; score 4 to 6. An auto load of Steinforda were up from Alida Sunday. Earl Blair from Upland waa here to see the ball game Sunday. Mrs. Bishop Sundayed with Mrs. Eye, rinniu1 Hnad at Pnwttl'l Blind IV. 1 d. Schauli. and family visited I with Mr. and Mrs. Foust Sunday. Will Brougher's Sundayed with J. Hoover'a.. . Dr. Schenberger'a were In' Abilene Friday. Chas. Roblnette took "the dalry man's examination . in Clay Center Monday. Xerxes Schenberger'a and F. L. Keim's dined with the home folks Sunday. Mrs. J. Glbbs' daughter, Mrs. Curry, trom Illinois, Is vlsltins her. Mary Hayden from Oklahoma is visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. Roy Keene Is under the doctor's care and has a very sore hand. J. Schaal's attended church in Abi lenn Sunday. ' F. L. Gloss and wife visited with L. Ernest last week. Industry spent the Fourth at Wakefeield. . .''".,,. E. J. Kobetlch transacted business at Clay Center Monday. Mr. and Mra. Cre'bbs of Man chester were in town Monday caU Ing on friends here. MANCHESTER. ' Mies Carrie McCosh visited with the Bots girls one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoefllng spent one .evening last week wltb Henry Oard's. ' ' ; , :- Carl Botz helped Mr.' Rice thresh Saturday and Monday. Cecil Taylor helped Mr. Huitt last week. Mrs. Young and son spent Sunday with Wm. Botz and family, week with Carrie Isaac. SOUTH DICKINSON. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Wakeeny were here last week visiting Mr. Wil son's slater, Mrs. C. B. Fullington. They came through in their touring car. ' x '. - Elder S. R. Smith of Harrisburg, Pa., was here Sunday, the guest of Bishop J. N. Engle and family. Elder Smith preached at the Belle Springs church Sunday morning. . The Dunkards held their quarterly meeting at Navarre last Thursday. Mr. and. Mra. John Elsenhower and son of Hope visited relatives In Na varre Sunday. v Mrs. Harry Larsen and Mrs. W. G. Engle were In Enterprise Saturday. Aaron Engle of Canadian, Texas and H. N. Engle of Abilene were calling on frienda and relatives here Friday. '. ' : i , ' , L ) A WIFE'S GOOD JIMEWT A lady came into oar store a few days ago and when met at th front dod by onr salesman she said, "Well, I'm ready to do buainsa. I told my husband I was going to town to buy a man '.re spreader and that I was going to pay for It out. of mr end of the farm business and if you want to sell it to me and let me pay for It I'll take It. IThe only instructions he gave me were to buy nothing but a SUCCESS like two. of our closest neighbors hare." It took us Just about a minute to close that aie and the increased yield of the next crop will demon strate that -wife's $ooi Judgment Miss Goldls Mlermaster'of Abllen visited her (later, fra. Wm. Scbeufele laat week. ' " Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Boyce of De troit, accompanied by Mr. and Mra. True ot HoKon. motored here Bun day and apent the day at W.'- G. Engle'a. ' Mlaa Ethel Rodgers was shopping In Enterprlae Wednesday. Mrs.-Harvey BrecbblU of Chapman and Mra. Jamea Mlddleton of Wood bine called at W. .G. Engle's Mon day., , - aaaaaaa-aaaaa- aaw "f-"p"" V , TURKEY CREEK. k Supt. L. Markley and family at tended church services at Belle Springs Sunday morning. . ' Mr. and Mra. Smith and grand daughter, Iris Topliff, spent last Fri day with Mrs. Weatover and mother, Mra. Swlgart. celebrating the latter'a 86 th birthday. Mra. Jaa. Warner and Miss Lulu Nemechek who were on the sick, list for some , time, have recovered. Tom Ballantyne who Is engaged on the Goodvlew stock farm near Pearl visited friends In this vicinity Sunday. Emory and Ira Shank spent Sun day with Royal Kilmer. , ' Mra. Nemechek called on Mra. Wtrnar Rarnrdav laat. Albert Holton and John Olsen are now working with the Anderson. threshing sang. ' Miss Katherlne Carsten spent the latter part of last week with her mother. Louis Haslouer had the msfortune to be In a runaway one day last week, but luckily he was not ser iously hurt. . Misses Grace and Lillie Nemechek Sundayed with Miss Gladys Warner. ' Mr. and Mrs. Nerl Harness of Humboldt, Neb., accdmpanled by Mrs , Curran of . Buckeye were week end 1 guests at P. M. "Nemechek's Threshing has begun. DONEGAL. Elder S. R. Smith of Grantham, Pa., preached at Belle Springs Sun day moraine:. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kauffman re- turned home Wednesday from a six weeks' visit in Pennsylvania and.DV n "emptea noia up ana tne Virginia rwo DUae collided and one was Miss Goldle MIermaster of Abilene W- However they succeeded in is ' spending .several daya with her W"tentaf the wouldbe robber away sister, Mrs. Wm. Scheufele. . Earl Hoffman spent (Sunday ef. Chapman. A. L. Shank and family motored to Hope Sunday afternoon. Aaron Engle of Canadian, Texas, visited with his brother, Jacob' En gle on Tuesday. WALNUT GROVE. Miss Edith Foley Is visiting Miss Dorothy Knerr, Jim Field who has been sick Is improving. , , Mrs. Bert of Louisiana is visiting her sister, Mm Frank Duffy. V Esther Duffy gave a pleasant sur prise Saturday evening In honor of her brother, Walter, It being his birthday. Twenty-seven guests were present. Out door games and music were the order of the evening. Sup per was served at 11:30. The guests departed at an early hour. BUCKEYE. Miss Delia Brown of Parksvllle, Mo., Is visiting at W. W. Day's. ' Rev. H. Frey is staying at S Grove's this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. Francis .of Wil- sey left Monday for their home after visiting tneir aaugnier, xurs. vuwies Day. , Helen Sbney visited the Misses Haynes Sunday, v Delia Lahr spent Tuesday at her brother's, Roy's. ; v F. Day left Friday "for Panama. He expects to stay a year or until the canal la finished. Mrs. Day Bnd Waiiace ana Mr. enopp last wee, children went aS far as St. Louis: 3. L. Whitney's entertained Mr. . . it. .v. .,, .v. hiMn Jand Mra. Mitchell. Mrs. W. D. FuL- k L win Micio muv uu tuv vwi.ui-vu v i to WInfleld, Kan. A. M. Ward and fimlly, R. B. Gemmlll and family, R. M. White and family, Mr. and Mra. E. Houiton called on E. Hoyt's Sunday afternoon. ZION. There will be a missionary meet ing at Zlon 8unday evening, July 21st, conducted by Miss Glenn, re turned missionary from Japan Mlaa Vlrtglnla Erbrlch la visiting with her brother and sister, Robert and '. Helen, this week. Mine Marie Mlnter la helping Mrs. J. P. Bert this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoover and Michael Bert visited J. P,' Bert's on Sunday. . ' , There waa a meeting at J. A. VI ti ler's Srnday afternoon. Miss Ef fie Krelder Is stsylng v. 1th her sister, Mrs. H. Kready this week. Dan Bert apent Sunday afternoon with Bruce Zook. Threshing to the order of the day In tbla vicinity. . Rev. S. R. Smith of Pennsylvania expects to be at Zlon Wednesday and at Bethel Thursday evening. Little Mabel Frey Is quite 111 this week. Rev. and Mra. M O. Engl s were In Abilene Monday to attend a church meeting. Elmer Zelgler and C H. Navtor's rt tended church In Abilene SunJay evenlng. Mr. Sam Zook ''-staying with N. E. Zook'a at pretent. Misses Geneva Zook and Frances Grove visited with Hazel Zook on Tuesday. Mra. Ralph Cooley Is suffering from a felon on her finger. in mi i u.i.. v.., A11UUIV nil UUIto URU I a-cre at N. E. Zook' Sunday BETHANY. Miss Valeria Thompson who has been visiting at her grandparents, returned to her home In Lincoln, Neb., Friday. John and George Kllngenberg were seen In this vicinity Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Probasco transacted business In Abilene Sat urday. . Mrs. Roy and Clayton Weller were In Abilene Saturday. Last Sunday evening while iont riding Misses Bernice Wllkins and Anna Frahm met with quite an ac- cldent, While crossing the Wilson bridge their horses became frightened and the whole party escaped without any serious accident. Mr. and Mra. Henry Frahm visited In Oak Hill Sunday. Melvin Sword and family were out trying their new car Sunday, PEARL. - Fred Klingenberg is running hit new threshing machine. Will Sinclair la threshing south 0f peari Transient labor hard to get and threshers have to pay $2.60 and $3 a day for men to pitch bundles. Joseph Riff el expects to go to Sallna after his new Ford auto when he is through stacking wheat. John Trapp and two chums of Herlngton are harvesting near Pearl for a summer vacation. Next Lord's day the Rev. Edwards of Chapman will take in new mem bers at the Pearl auditorium at 3:30. Everyone cordially Invited to extend a welcome to the new members. Will" Ballantyne and John Mc Sween Sundayed Jn Herlngton and report that Herlngton Is on a clean up campaign for 1912. A few of the Pearl young peoole will Journey to Kansas City to take in the amusements at the parks. Several of the Pearl! tes were in Woodbine, Md Lyona neighborhood Sunday evening. LANEY DISTRICT.. Several of the farmers are har vesting their oats this week. Laney and Whitney threshed wheat for Mr. M M LI li, ton and friends from Idaho at Jla - ner Thursday. Fred StaehlL mother and sister, spent Sunday with Mr. Munsell's. Mildred Ramsey . returned from Bern. Kansas. Tnesday after having spent several weeks with relatives and friends at that place. Her annt accompanied ter home. Miss Grace Watt Is spending the week with her brother Frank. Richard Grice and family spent the day Sunday with Wm. Edward's. Walter Laney and family drove to Solomon Saturday to visit with Mrs. Laney's parents, returning Sunday evening. Mrs. Reese came up from Chap man Monday and spent the week in this vicinity. L. W. McGinnis hss begun work on tb Talmage school bouse. , ; Mrs. Fwfsher telpod ter s'sfer cook frr thrbfg ttvrsl ?r !at V AND I DOINGS. j 1 Mrs. Henry Stevens Is on the sick list. . Mrs. W. 8. McCulloh Is suffering with rheumatism. ' Mrs. Wagner visited on Wednea day with Mra. Ross. Miss Taylor and. brother Charles sDent 8undav north of Detroit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Leach. Mrs. Webb is home from a few weeks' visit with relatives In Den ver. Mr. and Mrs., Holroyd and daugh ter Mary and Mrs. Jobn Taylor and son Lloyd WInfleld and Miss Emma Hansen called Sunday afternoon at the Henry Stevens home. Levi Taylor and daughter. Miss May, came boms this week from an extended visit In the east. ' Lloyd Blerman visited, In Holland on the Fourth. Mrs. J. P. Lanta called on Mrs. Cllngan Wednesday. Mrs. Ernect Geoffroy and Mrs. John Taylor and . son visited with Mra. H. A. fccCulloh In Abilene one day this week.' ' Miss Pearl Shockey returned from Ballna where she visited her aunt. Miss Emma Hansen left for her home near Enterprise after spend ing three months at John Taylor's. Mrs. Dan Taylor and Mra. Mac- .Donald and son from north of Chap- man were visiting In this neighbor hood on Monday evening. uav Lana,a na Bon wiwara 'five returned rrom a trio to uni- cago. Harvest Is about over and the farmers are busy stacking wheat. The farmers are greatly worried over the prospects for a good corn crop because of the bugs. Some fields have been completely destroy ed and It Is too late to replant In corn. A few farmers art planting cow peas. MOONLIGHT. Bishop S. R. Smith of Grantham, Pa. will preach at Bethel on Thurs- day evening. Miss Frances Bnrkholder enter talned about 25 young people on Fri day evening. Games and refresh- mentl m&it the evening pass Joy- lully. Elder J. M. Sheets preached at Abilene on. 8unday. Mrs. P. B. Bert of Opelousls, La., has been visiting relatives and friends the past few weeks. Business Course. The Central Kansas Business Col- lege offers thorough courses in Ban- ing. Shorthand, Typewriting, Book- keeping, Civil Service. Penmanship and General subjects. Special con- tract to those who wish to pay after a position has been secured. Good positions guaranteed. White for Journal. Address H. A. Andreson, Pres.', Abilene, Kan. wl2t HOPE. Threshing has begun. Wheat Is yielding mors than was expected. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bowers, a son. ' Misses Claire and Jessie McDer- mlt of Nebraska are visiting their, father, Wallace McDermit. Mrs. Bearnes of Sallna is visiting her son H. G. Bearnes. Ruth Heme'nway came up from Emporia to visit W. D. Reed and family spent Sun day at John Brubaker's. . Mr. and Mrs. Albert King called on Marlon Oh mart's Sunday after noon, i Al Sheets and family spent Sun day at Jesse Sheets. Miss Larey Ohmart was in Abi lene Thursday on business. INDUSTRY. Mrs. Robt. Hill Is oat from Abi lene .visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. Latimer. ' , Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Bowen from Abilene are visiting with Mr. ana Mrs. G. Bowen. Jobn Hamilton was kicked by a iorw ua iwb oi u nu. Mra. 8criptur from the farm neat Wakefield has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Scripture. ' Miss Cookson from Wakefield and Miss Wilson from Oklahoma are vis iting with Mr. and Mrs. C. Cookson. Rev. L. Zabel and Mrs. Zabel went out to" Mr. Eye's to take dinner Sun- day. Mra Jnnoa and Mra. Bereer went to Talmage to visit with' Mr. snd Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harding were Mrs. Seth Barter and family.- .guests of Hiram Harvey and family Mrs. Bergren is able to be around 8unday. . BgaJn J Mrs. Henry Holiworth visited her "SMr. Gottreau takes his vacation parents in Abilene last week, back to the old country this fall. I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hull visited Industry's base ball boys went -to friends in Abilene Monday. Enterprise and put in some mofe Mis. Iola Liner left for Taripen good work, besting Enterprk. ) h" "will Join a camping Clarence Dornberger of Cheevor , Prty from Chapman town!? accidently broke his -leg.1 Mrs. Bnrdlck s speadlng IMs week Paul Alexander, Mrs! -Doops' bro- er r. Mrs. Clarenc tber f---n Norton county, If v? on , f v ti!.i sijter ar-d f-iwli. 2S How Easy Your Boy Can Handle This Plow T OOK at the picture shown below, taken ,-'. from sn' actual seated on an Emerson Foot-Li ft Flow has raised with an easy touch of her foot a test and proof of Emerson control. It is all done with the f In or out of the hardest soil there is no dIow in the world lil Emerson. Think hoy easy Come m with your boy, Emerson Foot-Lilt Gang See how by carrying th load on large wheels the wheels nearest the tenm yon save 100 pounds draft when plowing 6 inches deep, or deeper. Not UM 2000-mllc magazine wheel SHOCKEY To Republican Voter A FABLE, A teacher once went to the treasurer of his school board for , his monthly pay. That official, noticing that one of the bills he was handing out was badly soiled, said: "No doubt you will not want this bill for fear of the microbes which may be on It." , , . "Never fear," replied the teach ar. "No microbe could live on my 'aalarv." I Moral After faithfully following the teaching profession for twenty- I eght years I am seeking your nomination to the office of County Treasurer at the August primary because I believe I can be elected, be t trnA t nan aarv von efficin'etly. and because I need JalUDV A saaaww "change." 3T m Harry Steinford, Miss Laura Stein ford and C. Bletcher. They took in the ball game. .. Mr. Alexander Is working with Mr. Heikes' threshing machine. Jacob Glbbs went to Barnard to visit with his son and take In the lh.,o,,n.,a . Car, HiBaMer bad a runaway w1 tne rake ,n tne wneat fleld. He was brnlged oadiy and bia arm torn, but he Jg able t0 b9 ar0Und.- , Mr and' Mrs. Joe Lewis and H. Joneg went t0 Cjajr center Saturday t0 Bpend Sunday with home folks, Ml Edltn Bogcn WVerely scalded hr foot reCentIy. ' preaching on Sunday morning and iSunday school. Y. P. A. In the even- -jing. Preaching at 8 o'clock. ' Ralph Brown Is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. Buff mire were in town on business. Rev; Mr. Zabel is busy working in the harvest field, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bass visited with home folks Sunday. PLEASANT VALLEY. The threshing machines are very busy in tbis community. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schuman and family were entertained Sunday at W. Miller's. Mrs H. Cartner spent several days with her son, John. Mrs. R. Livingston called on Mrs. J. Cartner last Wednesday. The Aid society' met with Mrs. Theo. SUffer Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pease and sons called on home folks. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Haugh and i family, Mrs. Geo. Landls and daugh ter Pearl of Bern, Kan., and Mra. S. Landis of Abilene Sundayed with Mr. and Mrs. C. Teare. , - I Mrs. Frank McCosh and children visited Wednesday with Mrs. H. L. Schaich. Miss Viola Waterstradt called at Mrs. S. Aumacb's Sunday evening. TALMAGE. . Clarence and Floyd Cunningham P 'm Chapman to visit their ! aunt,' airs, waiter Money, buuuj. ' Mr. and Mrs. Will Hewett and Myer. Kansas. photograph. The? child 200-pound man. That is th this plow is for your Bey to handle. to see the boxes and axles which absolutely insure durability. All the Emerson ' good point can't be explained in this space, but it will be worth money to you to know them.. Also ask about the other famous Emerson Foot-Lift Implements- e gang plow, mowers, culuva- it, etc. come in mis week sure. & LARDES s tas ' Sincerely yours. mSLm 4 : The Ep worth' League is planning for a good time social In the rear future. ' '. - ', Mrs Forest Saylor Is quits 111. Mr. and 'Mrs. Seth Barter s and children visited relatives In Industry last- week. Miss Lulu Stevenson returned from a two weeks' visit with frienda In Glen Elder. , v ; '''!. Mrs. . Berger. , Mrs. Jones and daughter, Henrietta, of Industry, are vlsitlUg Mrs. Seth Barter. Mrs. Hathcox Is visiting this week with her, sister, Mrs. Frank Foster. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stevenson will return Saturday from eastern Kansas. Mrs. Hemenway who has been visiting ber brother, W. B. Hlgdon,, and family, returned to her home !n Colorado. ; H. CLEWELL HAD HIP i CUT IN RUNAWAY., I. H. Clewell received a bad cut on bis right hip and several bad bruises and the two friends v with him also were seriously bruised in a runaway at Solomon .yesterday. The team '"-Mr. :-v Clewell was driving frightened at a motorcycle and ran away, turning the buggy over and spilling its occupants. Men's S4.00 and $5.00 :,. t Shoes and Oxford G Broken and Discontinued Lines See Window Sfrra" P71 1 f!Df. Oh 8 S