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; That Drilled IVcll Ton want. Get a .Dempster drill, the drill' that drill. " v First ioo feet at &Qc per foot Second ioo feet at 75c per tf, Drilling rock 60c per foot addi tional. ' Deeper at umi Increase In price. Write or phone Chapman 8811. ; HARRY A. HUFF Chapman, Kansas -, J, O. ENGIX Auctioneer Public Sale a Spedaltj Reference: .Any bank of i Abilene, &anau J Phonos: , Brcwa 1 or , u ' imt Mutual ' ' Address: Abilene, Kansas. Date book at Mlnlck L Taylor's hardware tore. Abilene. SOLOMON. Dr. Julian returned from Arling ton where he had been visiting his brother, William, and family. Charles Dobson Jr. has returned from Esbon, Kansas, after a week's visit with his son, Tom' Dobson. After spending ten daye very pleasantly with home folks Miss Rose Sullivan -City. r ; , ,, pert several days in Abilene. , Mrs. Walter Watt. Miss Anna pulton attended the Sunday school convention ai wicmia, . . . Mrs. Laura Watt visited with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Bullington, over Sunday. v Mr. and Mrs. Nickels and children drove to Abilene Sunday. Mrs. Hostetter of Hope visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mc Intyre, last week . Ivan Steele vlnited his grand par ents in Abilene Saturday and Sun day. . ' i It. F. D. No. 0. Elmer Hultt of Wallace county visited bis cousins, H. W. Hosie's, a few days last week. , The ladles of this neighborhood had a fishing party last Thursday afternoon. ' None of them feasted on fish but an enjoyable afternoon was spent, in the woods. W. O. Engle and O. N. Tucker spent Sunday' at T. O. Kauffman's. Leonard Tlschouser is hauling wheat to market. , Mrs. Gene Korn and children are visiting her parents in the eastern part of the state. 1 Miss Mary Avers spent last week at Talmage. Mrs. W. Sherwood and Stella called on Mrs. J. Sheets Friday af- v Thomas, Okla., to attend the annual! ' Rev. Bernshars is here at present general conference of the Brethren I Moore. in Christ. . , V Will Mltsch went to Wichita Mon- Some of our people attended the! day to attend the banker's meeting. Sunday evening services at Zion. I Mrs. Quin Kirkpatrlok of Color- On Wednesday evening a mission- edo-is visiting relatives here. ary meeting was held at Bethel unaney jonneton is spending a church. Mrs. , Doner, a returned few days vita ' his brother, Will missionary from South Africa, and Johnston, Andrew Wlngerd of California, who, will go as a missionary were pres-l PEARL. ent. Rev. Cain preached very interest- Farmers are all smiling in this lng sermons at Bethel Sunday morn-1 vicinity over the recent rains which, mg ana evening. will help the growth of all crops. Harry Crider'i visited at. R. H. A number of the young people Bert's on Sunday. lfrom Pearl were fishing in Terrapin Mr. Schmit and Mr. Asllng of lake Tuesday. ir . . jli i n a I wooaoine were nere aamraay mgm Tne new gent took up h,g dut,flg ana aunaay w near me ev. w. ftt tne Rock Wand . depot T..es?ay. You Can Hun Tills New r Avery Gas Plow irft n . .I uuuii uonq.w i4 Trior, n 1V 11 A. or your boy can. New2255Jrfp Avery "Self-Lift" Plow 'V- pull a cord from englno and the plows lift or lower themselves at the ends of the furrows. You run engine. Plow runs itself. Plows raised by power taken from the plow wheels. Power Farming pays big profits with an L3-. KxQX R. Cain. Mr. and Mrs. William H. John- Gss Tracier and nd 4 "Sell-Liir Plow en Rnirlne la light wlght only about 11,1)00 ponndi won't pack the rrotind. pntli from tW4 alio JUc, aamwe, Mckarc, WMlart, kindm. Drive tfarwahan and otber machlnei. Simplest tractor built. Leant gear, (hutting and working parti. Make I your work eatier keep yew bey iatarMtad is fans work. Get All the Facts About This New Tractor nd Plow The ioo tier yon adopt Power Panning the mora mom? ymrn'B make. Don't lone any time getting the facta. Ak (or FREB COPY fit Avery Tractor and "belt-Lift" Plow Book. SHOCKEY & LANDES, Agents, Abilene 4 to belt BUCKEYE. J. C. Crum's and O. B. Burhold- ,ton ftre 8pendlng a few day(l er's wer. at Henry Stoecker's on frIelldg at Up,am, and Junctlon Clty, Klin I n v Tk. ,.. . n t Several young men have the mo- auv uuiiucdi uieoiiu 19 p.fc v.. -t Burkholder's Friday evening. Miss Zaiim. ha. bn hird U the near future. Rev. H. Frey's are visiting his teach our school the comma: vear. StotU of Nv"re was in Pearl B?Jlter, Mrs. Engle, at Talmage and Abram Brechblll purchased a fine 0n 6U8,neM one dfcy ,a8t .week' I- E. Hoskin's this week monument and placed in the ceme- A few trom thl" vicinity attended Rev. H. Wenger preached at the tery at Bethel. liANEY DISTRICT. visited the baptismal services at Bello school house . Sunday at 2 p. m Springs Sunday. Five young people There will be regular preaching at were baptized in the stream east of the school house every Sunday af- Eli Hoffman's at Donegal. ternoon i a Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Haynes called ron- r c. on Mr. Bebermeyer's on Sunday. mannv-aaaaCT a'.uaiiun at 1 in nun. Mr. Ingalls and family Sunday with . Mr. Roller's, Several children in this vicinity Two horsepower. W. Q. Engle at,Flve of the famIly are down witn .s. x i I . irlADAiaR are bick whq measles. Acme ("renmprv AhllAnn R. Tl. 2. . Hazel and Fave Foster came home oi. B. O. Stone was out to the farm from Chapman Monday to attend the on Tuesday. funeral of their aunt. 'Miss M. King of Abilene spent . ' i cut Bate, uuii tocb; uaoy cuhku ,., Fred Cassell spent the latter nartL . Friday night with E. Hoyts Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bassler of 'of the week with friends at Lonir- .V " e e" T. . " Everything is looking fine after ... . . . . ettcu. . Aiso a iew wnue noiwuu ternoon. LOGAN. make an extended visit with Mrs B.'s father. 1 Anna Blagg is sick with the mea- returned to Kansas les. c I Harvey Wingrd and family mad Seth Cinder and family moved A trip to College Hill on Tuesday in Into their new cottaee on Fifth, tneir car. Knrouie iney aaa.ia Elkhart, Ind., arrived Saturday to ford Richard Grlce went to Abilene Tuesday, Mrs. Rice went to Wichita Mon day to care for her sister-in-law, who Is quite 111 turkey eggs at $2 per setting. Mrs. O. W. Boyce, Detroit, Kani Phone Buckeye. 8w4t the rains. I Farmers are busy listing corn. R. Paul is having the roof put on his new barn. v - Ceo. Mlnlck and N. B." Martin street last week. , Little Gear Francis Sellards Is re ported quite sick, experience of a blow out. - , L. L. Engle has taken a position as a traveling salesman for a Chi- James Henderson and family mov- cago wholesale house, ed into the house on Fifth street recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Girder. Mrs. Joe Neal entertained the A. A. Walker has taken the con tract for dragging the fhree miles of county road out of Navarre, run ning east and south, which insures Ladies' Aid society at her home on good roadB for the ' next year. Thursday afternoon. After a very I Jacob Strole sold a horse to Al- pleasant meeting the hostess served bert Larsen last week. If you don't kill the Jice the lice gDent priday evening with E. Hoyt Will 1.111 ll.tl. t,tnV. XYn-.l. several days of last week in this "f,ft & Co- are headquarter, for lice rrv t u v t, zenoieum, sianaara. car-sui 1 llrt 1 I llfl I HIIIH ,WH IIH.WH ItSatawfl III M V 1 ' ing the past week are very bene- Kre8 D,D8- flcial to the growing crops. DETROIT. DETROIT ROUTE 2. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larsen went' a spienuiu mncn. j -. """j - week, , Dr. Roberts left Wednesday for to wooaoine weanesaay aueruoou. Kansas City with Claude Carney who j Owing to the weather and bad will undergo an Operation in a hos- roads the Gypsum Dramatic com pital there. Mr. Carney accom- pany was unable to give their play panted her husband, I on Saturday evening in the Navarre Mrs. Pat Riordan left for Law- hall. rence Thursday where ehe will visit Mr. and Mrs. L. Billmeyer made a business trip to Sallna. Mrs. Delker of Chapman - was the guest of Mrs. C. F. Klamm last Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Knox, la son. ' Rev. Shaffer - of Minneapolis is the gnest of Rev. McMillan of De troit for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blllmyer The Racket will close out their and entire - line of lace and embroidery 6dlt8wlt next Saturday. All 6c lace and em broidery goes at three cents per yard and the ten and fifteen cent embroidery goes at six cents per yard. . 7d3twlt QUARTERLY STATEMENT her son, Joe Rlordan. ' MIbs Nan Goodell left Wednes day for Wichita where she will visit , her friends, Mr. and Mrs. B. Qulnn. Mrs. A. J. Green left last week for . Colorado where ehe will visit her brother and his family. Mrs. Will Higgms, Mrs. Rye Rone HOPE. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Medley spent Dickinson County, Kansas, Show ing Balance in His Hands for the Quarter Ending April 30th, 1913. " Fund. rVwln ritftan an fomllv nam a lin , . . . ,. they will prosper abundantly, from Leavenworth to visit relatives. . ; , Jobn Ketchereld and wife went to Kansas City to viBlt their daughter. L. M. Brandt and wife of Detroit spent Sunday with their son, Jacob loft flunlnir fn tlisl. nonr hnmo In v 1"Ui0U' VVUilv 'I"U" . , . m. I J mm. r. jnunaeu was in uapmaii . . ... two a ays last, wees visiting inenas, TUlm nn'l MoT T nnln. Tltll m nnn. Hnnrtav with Walton V.nv.ntof'l ten ouuuay ior noinioru, in., wnere u. Abilene . i iui. uuu ivxiB. v ill uubul viDiLcu iKii nui uuuuriiuni.u prominent automobile company. The MrB ? Bof - d , State general revenue..... ' 10.02M0 minv frlnnila rf Mr niA Mr Rill. . ' . County general revenue - f I The Smirl Rot sun ontortalnafl Tnuntv hridsre a. . meyer are sorry to see them leave I . ,,.. ... , ,. , county bond fund 2,676.35 ai uniiv ociuj b rnunji eveuiug. County Blnklmi fund 8.880.79 The Willing Workers meet with I County high school.... overdrawn Mro A mAa PiBtllna UatTiABfiair nil . r ... r. ..... r . a - ",,B va -"''-' vwwviiui v,uuniy. iiurintti , .uvemmwn L,ong ana wamm lOBl U cniCKens ., . ... Fish and irame 180.00 S v . . . A... 43 44 45 4 47 48 49 to 61 62 (3 64. 65 69 67 68 . . . . 10.69 ..Overdrawn . .Overdrawn .... lttu.81 .... 63.60 . .Overdrawn ..Overdrawn .... 87.46 . . . . I8.09 103.21 . .Overdrawn ..Overdrawn . .Overdrawn ..Overdrawn 141.09 ..Overdrawn ..Overdrawn 111.66 46.16 5J Overdrawn 60 '. aR 7 87.11 Jj Overdrawn Overdrawn J5 ' 73-2 ? Overdrawn g 18.46 9 100.28 J i ..... . .Overdrawn 21 456.16 Z? c 177.20 ' Overdrawn our town but hope in their new home and Mrs. J. L. Mickey entertained and family. ' thtfrty-two members of the JrailOTj W. D. Reed and family spent Sun classes of the M. E. church at Mrs. (day at John Brubaker's. Hitfems' home Wednesday evenftnr! Mr. and Mtb. J. Sheets spent Sun- early In the week. John Knox has rented Lester Blll- meyer's cottage and moved Into it. DONEGAL. day. The following officers were elected at the last meeting: Presi dent, Mrs. G. W. Kelley; vice presi dent, Mrs. Lee Long; secretary, Mrs. Haverstock; assistant secretary, Mrs. Bert Long; treasurer, Mrs. Walter Ingersoll. There are new shades up at the School landa 177.66 Mamie Shank who has been ser- day with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Pitts. ; lou sly IT! Tor some time has made windows of the chnrch. C. A. Walberg of Kansas City nas a maTKea cnange Tor tne better, accepted a position in the Hope ! M. G. Engle of , north Dickinson Auto Co. J and E. S. Engle of Abilene took Catherine ATlyn and Fern Sterner ; Friday dinner at J. M. Engle's. from four to six The little folks bad a fine time playing games. At 5:30 the ladies served their small guests with, ice cream and cake which .were thoroughly enjoyed. ; Miss Mary Runyon has Just re turned from Iowa where she spent a month visiting with her father and Misses Nora, Sadie and Alice man, left Monday for southwest Kan friends tn that state. j Maust spent Sunday at Abe Book'c.jsas to look .up a new location. Mrs. Minta Simmons came up from j Leo Cook who has been attending I Misses Katie Carsen and Emma -Kansas City last Wednesday to ; business 'college at Hutchinson, re-'Hansen and Tom Ballantyne of Bixnd the summer with her parents, j turned home Monday morning: I Pearl attended iservices at Bejlle drove to Herington Monday afternoon. S. P. Kauffman and C. D. Sum mers accompanied by Charley Kauff- See the Racket's big window dis play of lace and embroidery to go at 3 and 6 cents per yard next Sat urday. 7d3twlt Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bancroft. zioar. Miss Katie Bert of Abilene is spending a few days this week with her sister, Mrs. Bruce Zook. . Andrew Wenger, formerly of this place, but of late years of Upland, Calif., spoke at Zion Sunday. He Is going to Africa as a missionary of the Brethren in Christ people. For two years he was engaged In mission work in San Francisco. .Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bert and little rnltAArlAiia atrriAnt fk m Iro a tln EU U X UCVUUl S yJa Jv v i.w auuuv w iy to Brown county this week, where they will visit some relatives. A number of friends visited Sun day' at Ira Hosken's. Mrs. R. A. Franklin spent Satur day in Abilene with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Zook. Harry Hoover's and Aaron Day hoffs of Moonlight- visited Sunday at J. P. Bert's. Mrs. Sallie Doner, returned mis sionary from Africa, gave a talk at Zion Sunday evening on the work in Africa. The farmers are busy planting Springs Sunday. corn. ! Miss Lovey ' Ohmart had a run-!j. away Friday and was badly bruised. Owing to the rain the band did not Play Saturday night. Lots of people were disappointed. J. N. Engle's spent Sunday at F. Rumold s, KEYSTONE. WOODBINE. the M special music and an appropriate Frank Schmidt and Will Asllng sermon. Everyone cordially in- went to Moonlight Saturday and at- vited. tended the Holiness convention held Mrs. A. D. Smith arrived from at that place. . Holyrood Sunday to visit her sister, P. P. Bota went to Abilene one Lpu Shank and son Norwood Mrs. Sam Knight and Mr. Knight day last week. 'made a- business trip to Abilene and other frlelfds for a few days. Will Warlng's- mothers and sis- Thursday. 'Mrs. Knight went to Sallna Satur- ters, Mrs. Albert Young and Mrs. will Brusaw went to Sallna the! day to accompany her to Solomon. SOLOMON Mrs. Dan Carlln came up from Enterprise Friday to visit her broth er, Mr. Louis Supple, and Mrs. Sup ple. . Sunday, May 11 at 11 o'clock Mother's' Day will be observed at ; Banner 162.66 E. church. There will be! -V County redemption 1,252.74 Abilene Overdrawn Enterprise, freneral , . 78.86 Enterprise, interent 81.23 Chapman, interest 625.78 Chapman, sinking 627.03 Hope Overdrawn Woodhlne 980.80 Herington Overdrawn General Revenue. Flora 337.10 Wlllowdale 438.99 Lincoln ....Overdrawn Garfield 446.57 Holland 575.99 Cheever 81.19 Buckeye 434.16 Newbern 435.18 Jefferson , : Overdrawn Banner , Overdrawn Sherman :.. 239.45 Hayes ; Overdrawn 71.18 48.96 81.26 6.64 68.64 2.17 -.... v,v.., 6J1.6S ...Overdrawn .......,., 6.7 m Overdrawn .:.....(, 25.10 v 89.21 . - - 253.81 14.40 42.67 Overdrawn .........Overdrawn 177.48 ! 282.20 239.68 i 14.96 Overdrawn Overdrawn 181.99 Overdrawn 12i42 206.S 33.11 Overdrawn Overdrawn 68.77 69.01 " 19.11 Overdrawn Overdrawn 468.00 17.11 18.85 Overdrawn 96.65 108.04 .Overflown K96.83 Center Loran Rldire Hope . Noiile Union Lyon . Interest. Lincoln Holland Orant 367.33 16.98 284.60 98.25 108:36 100.87 617.00 939.11 269.84 351.20 TALMAGE. Rev. Harvey Frey is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. E. Engle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fulton are visiting friends and relatives for a few days. Mrs. Wm. Roemer of Abilene is making tier home this summer at the home of D. W. Fulton's. Miss Gillman left for Iber home in Baldwin, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Barter and children Potter, of Abilene attended the frs 0f he week. Priscilla club Thursday which met,- Freeman Llvineood is here from all day at Mrs. Will Warlng's. the western part of the state. Carrie Isaac went to Abilene Mon-j Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Shank day. 'Saturday, a nine pound boy. Harold Trott visited with George! Lou Shank, Herman Steckel, J. Isaac Monday. Ir. Kohler and Mr. Gemeny went to Bert Weaver of Manchester was chapman Friday to attend a meet- out to Will Hoefling's Saturday put- ing ot tne K P iodge, ting in a phone. Josephine Westrup is taking Mil Will Isaac and son George were He Messlner's place in the store this at P. P, Bptz's Monday morning., !week. the former having sprained . . Pete? , Bots went to Abilene one ner anjie day last week. , Twelve car loads of cattle were Mrs. Nellie Russell spent a fef shipped in the last of the week to days with her grandmother, Mrs. K. M- Johnston who will pasture them Wilson, this week.i MOONLIGHT. Rev. W. R. Cain, who conducted a ten days' meeting for the North Dickinson Holiness association at Moonlight returned to Wichita Mon day. Rev. J. M. Sheets and wife, S. -H. Bert and J. E. Brechblll left for here. , Misses Gladys and Elsie Koch of Hope visited a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mltsch and family. Mrs. McMillan is on the sick list Mr. Brown's motfier has been visiting him a few days. He ac companied her to Abilene. Little Nathan Mltsch is sick with the measles. Rev. J. A. McClellan stopped on Wichita to attend the State Sunday his way to Wichita to the state con- fcchool convention. Mr. nd? Mrs. vention, to see his mother, Mrs. Sheets and Mr. Bert will go to with Mr. Qesterreicn. Mrs. Helen Tucker left Wednes day for her home in Sallna. Mrs. Dan Carlln and lltlfle son, Robert, went to Sallna Saturday to visit Mrs. Carlln's parents. Mrs. Will Sorl received a teler gram Monday morning announcing the death of her father, Mr. H, Lynch, who died Sunday night in Texas. Mr. Lynch was a former resident of Solomon. M. M. Kirkpatrlck of Kansas City visited his nncle, John Dewar, -Sat urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Burdick of Abilene spent Saturday and Sunday witb Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Churchill Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hall and their daughter. Miss Olive Hall of Coun cil Grove are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brownrigg. Mrs. M. S. Sullivan and son, Tim, left Sunday for Kansas City witb Mrs. Sullivan's ten year old tfon, Louis, who will be operated upon for appendicitis. Eight autos filled with high school Students and their friends drove from 'Solomon to Minneapolis Friday to attend the track .meet. Lyon 402.00 Sinking. Lincoln 356.90 Holland 4,236.91 Ortint Banner Center Lyon . Road. Flora Wlllowdale Garfield . . Holland 470.71 111.98 444.24 907.78 23.07 21.85 82.50 114.66 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 98 99 100 101 103 104 106 106 107 108 109 110 112 118 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 " overdraw. 123 Overdrawn. 124 8- P. 8. A O. No. 1 .Ovprth-nwn M. A D. No. 86 t7R.49 8. & D. No. 86 2".1- Union No. 1 frrerrtri wn t Union No. .2 .......Overdrawn. Bend. 11 1.619.33 17 149.64 24 224.90 11 82 Hon ") 85 17J. 124 z17 T. S. A O. No. I. 2 275 8 M. A D. No 86 , 17f S. A T No. 86 Union No. 1 472.75 Stnte of Kansas, Dickinson Countv. as: I, E. L. Morse, Treasurer of Dickinson County. Kansas, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and be lief. K. L. MORSB. I hereby certify that the foregoing statement, was subscribed and sworn to before me and In tnv presence, bv the Bovo-named, this 3rd day of May, 1913. (Seal) H. W. KING. County Clerk. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. UNION PACIFIC Eastbound No. 110 4:08 a. m. No. 104... ....11:13 a. m. No. 108 1:45 p. m. Cheever 1,577.1 Buckeye Newbern Sherman Center . . Logan . . Ridge ... Hope ... Noble ... Lyon 857.40 36.08 46M.49 837.20 11.94 612.87 38.98 238.64 6.06 District. 1 ..Overdrawn 8 "... 14.45 4 .Overdrawn 5 590.40 , Overdrawn Overdrawn Overdrawn , 86.09 524.67 330.02 82.78 , 17.10 Overdrawn ,j 683.27 606.37 36.78 85.40 19.80 29.70 49.00 overdrawn Overdrawn Overdrawn 636.87 66.60 .Overdrawn 7 ... 10 m. It ... 12 ... 13 ... 14 ... 15 ... 14 ... 17 ... 18 ... 19 ... 20 ... 21 ... 23 ... 24 ... 35 ... 26 ... 27 ... 21 .. 90 81 Overdrawn J2 76.87 33 8.05 84 Overdrawn 85 29 0' 16 45 87 .U 88 ..Overdrawn Westbound No. 107 .......2:35 p. No. 103...., 3:22 p. No. 108 10:38 p. m. m. m. ROCK ISLAND Eastbound 638 Passenger .11:12 a. m. 666 Local Freight 3:00 p. m. Westbound - 635 Mail and Express. . ..5:45 p. tr. 566 Mixed ........... .10:26 a. m. SsJJjm Branch Leave for Sallna 817 Mixed 8:20 a. m. 818 Mixed 12:05 . m. 821 Mixed 4:05 p. m. Arrive from Salina 818 Mixed 7:66 a. m. 820 Mixed 10:66 a. m. 222 Mixed ............ .8:10 p. m. SANTA FB Bocthooumd ' 810 Freight 8:15 p. m. 306 Passenger ........11:00 a. m. 808 Freight ....,1:60 p. m. Northbound 807 Passenger ..1:07 a. m. 309 Freight.. ....... .11:00 a. m. 811 Freight 12:45 p. m. !