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Ton Want Get a Dempster drill. fe drill that drills. First loo feet at 50c per loot Second 100 eet at 75c per tf. Drilling rock 60c per foot addi tional. ' Deeper at aame Increase In price. Write or phone Chapman till. HARRY A. HUFF Chapman, Kansas if ' 1 J. 0. EKOLE Auctioneer Public Sales a Specialty i u i: ; : :; in , Auctioneer Hope i(R. P. D. 2) Kansas Phone, Donegal Mutual ' , - 7-24-6mo U A NO 1 i-; Mias Helen Wagner returned front a visit In Emporia "with Mlse Myrtle Rice .Mis Wagner attended the etatewlde teacher's meeting and a long recital given by Mies Rice. Mm. George Bcurlock and Mra. George Craler and family vUlted Friday with Mrs. Eugene Korn. Mrs. Joseph Habacker and fam ily who have been visiting at the B, P. Landls home are spending the week at Enterprise with relatives. Mrs. J. M. Fengel and daughter Pauline will return Sunday from a two weeks' visit In Denver and Colorado Springs. Mr. 'and Mrs. Lichty of Morrill. Derton Lay and son Clarence of j Kan., are here vUltlng their daugh- Waverly visited In-this vicinity last ter, Mrs. Elmer Lannlng and fam week. ily. Miss Eva Kauffman is vlsltlngi P. B. Ross and wife are mal:n her grandparents, Mr. and Mtt. arrangements to attend the Knights Ship us your Hay to be bandied on consignment, charges 60c'a ton com- tnlaalnit nr wrlla II hflW min tAiia I you have stating character and quah ity. time of shipment and we will send our man there and buy It. Sounds like business doen't ' it T Write us. We are the people. Steele Hay Co., 608-18 Board of Trade, both phones Main 7540. Kansas City, Mo. 24w8t La atisi tsii tint j s t : i 1 f r T rry s t in r " i m.r-, I' A.uafflLast ltlh to TURKEY CREEK. i .Reference: ,i Any bank of l' Abilene, Kansas Phones: Brcwa 1 or Acne Mutual Address: Abilene, Kansas, Date boox at Mlnick L Taylor's hardware store, Abilene. " Fa! Cattle? Yes! We want them TiLDEDEfllCK Phone 234. Abilene, Kansas. W. A. CALLAHAN ' Live Stock and General Auctioneer. Abilene, Kansas. ; Terms reasonable). See me for dates. . One half mile northeast of city. Phone 1189. 31wtf TALMAGE. Colden. Boyd Nemechek. wife, sister L'.l lle, and brother Ben, spent Sunday In Abilene guests of P. M. Neme chek's. Mlas Iris Topliff Is spending the week with relatives at Enterprise. Mrs. Haslouer Sundayed with her son, Louis Haslouer, and wile. ( Mr. Gough's of Abilene and Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Buck were Sunday gueets at Mr, Rush's. Miss Anna Olseif came home from Enterprise Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Byers left on Saturday for Pawnee City, Neb., where they were called by the death of the latter's mother, Mrs. v An drews. Miss Grace Funk is staying with her grandmother, Mrs. Tucker, of Acme. Grandpa Warner of Burrton and P. M. Nemechek's of Abilene spent Thursday at Boyd Nemechek's. Chasv Hansen, Jno. and Harvey Olsen Sundayed with home people. Mr. Warner left on Sunday for a visit in Burllngame. Templar conclave in Denver wr. will be held In August, Whitney .Wagner Is In Thomas county where he Is assisting witfi the threshing. Harvey Dunn returned to bis home in Kansas City after visiting bis cousin, Ernest Ross. Mrs. Edwin Hughes of Butte, I Mont., is visiting her sister, Airs. Joseph Grice. , , v Mr. Webb, Will NelBon and Geo. Lenbert are erecting concrete silos. I The farmers are nearly through threshing and a number will soon have finished the fall plowing. Wait for the new up to date 1914 Bulrk. Prices lower. Carload here August 14. E. E. Coulson, Abilene. WOODBINE. NAVARRE. Henry Moyer and family returned from Stockton. . Mrs. Blasche Dodson returned from a few days visit with Mrs. Tomr ison in Acme. J.VE. Nickels and family spent Sunday In Abilene. Mrs. Warner and little daughter are vlBltnig her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ausmus. Mrs. Webb is 111 at the home of Dr Maness. Mrs. Anderson of Dallas, Texas, came np for a few days' visit with her brother, Seth 'Barter. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Hultt wers visltllBg in Talmage Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hlgdon leave Mrs. Carl Londene was in Abi lene last Friday. Miss Vera Haywood returned home Thursday after spending three weeks in Jewell county, Miss Bertha Issitt returned home Friday after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Londene. Leo Zeilinger made ' a trip to Wichita last Thursday. C. Graham made a trip to Abilene last week on business. George Issitt and family made a trip to Newtpn,. Sunday . in their automobile. Jesse Sheets was in this vicinity buying cattle last Thursday. Miss Anna Blagg made a trip to Abilene one day last week. W. Sheets and daughter Ruth transacted business in A'bllene last Wednesday. " Born, to Mr. and ,Mrs. Adolph Ahrens, July 23, a daughter. Several families from here at tended the races at Herington. Mrs. Barnes of Enterprise spent several days with Iher daughter. Mrs. Michener, last week 1 IVVORCESTER - 1 yCORSETS f i It has been our rare good J fortune to secure the services of one of America's best t . ' .:. r '4 Known expert, corseueres, 5 'xffiJ who will demonstrate the 5 many remarkable features of t Bon Bon, I Royal Worcester, I and Adjusto Corsets. Her advice and assistance is yours for the asking, and V it will be found invaluable. This is your opportunity to Z be fitted to a stylish new j model by one who is a rec- ognized fashion authority & I a J 1, . una iiuieu corsei specialist. DRY GOODS COMPANY DONEGAL. Sevaral from Abilene attended the harvest home services at Belle " I - 7, t Springs Saturday. Davis. Wednesday. July 23, a" son. TMl88 Edlltlh t Lindemuth of Mt. Joy, Mrs. Charley Johnston and daugh- f? iVJ'Bltn!. w,th Ml8fleB Sadl8 buu uuiiu- nonman. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Engle of Abi lene visited Saturday and Sunday at J. G. Engle's. Ralph Poland and sister Florence autoed down from Chapman Sunday afternoon. L. Roy Engle of Washington, D. C., arrived here Tuesday. He will spend his vacation with his par- ters Mildred and Besse came home Monday after spending several days In Herington. Melissa Westrup Is spending sev eral days at Clark's Creek with rel atives. , Mrs. Lou Shank gave a party the last of the week for. Norwood, It be ing his sixth' birthday. Rnm Pnnrh want frt TCmnnrfn fn klM ,orn ft, .m h,B entB- Mr- and M- J- O. Engle, I ui.. r w . . . . . ,w)M,uen aook 01 ADiiene is spending th week with, Mamie eye. Mrs. Gunter was called to Eu dora by the death of a cousin. Invitations are out announcing day. ELMER M. FUNSTON Abilene, Kansas Live Stock Auctioneer Public sales a specialty. Sales made any where in this or adjoining ter ritory - July24-wtf The wedding of Miss Phoebe Noel and Charley Houser occurred Wed nesday. , . Some of the farmers are cutting their corn. Pir ; o( I'utktyc Is hrosh:ng III this vicinity. Sldler of Detroit Is threshing for Isaac Page. Mrs. Jennie Stecker is visiting her daughter Stella at Talmage. Miss Esther Callahan of Chap man visited with Miss Alice Stocker last week. The Christian church served Ice cream on Monday evening at Sut- nhon Mrs. Dave Hoover Is on the sick' of "lace locate, but. returned DR. E. H. LEHMAN Physician and Surgeon Navarre, Kansas 7-24-3mo A. Blllmever spent Sunday at J. Fisher's In Buckege. Mr. Gay and Fred Gay made a business trip to Missouri in search Shank. Misses Sadie and Edith Hoffman TALMAGE. . T. D, Sterner came Sunday visit Mr. Ramsey and family. to He returned to his home In Centralla this week for an extended visit In Tuesday accompanied by his son, South. Bend, Indiana, nnd the laker. Leon; who hns been here for some the wedding of Miss Emma Knopp enJoy,ng visit with friends In j .iv.-t ov, j i oaiiun. John Shank, Elmer Brown and Herb. McCoy made a business trip to Abilene Friday night. " "Grandma" Rlndt came In from Nashville, Kan., last Saturday.' Manhattan Sunday and came home Jfeat bargains in Shoes at Tuesday. this time. The annual Clarence Kauffman and Jess 0Mrjn, cai0 o, wday. Shoes Shoos Shoos The Blue Front offers Kanffman. Mr. and Mrs. Zercher came up from Abilene and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Engle Wednes day. . PEARL. Stack threshing and plowing Is the order of the day In this section. Several wells are nearly dry and pumps giving trouble during the hot weather. , Mr. Ruts is plowing with hjs trac tor -and is doing fine work In the stubble fields. Tom Ballantyne brought home a new anto from town one day this week. He took the Golden Belt road and said the sand was very bad in some places along the route. Some of the farmer youths are going to bale some" wheat straw to feed cattle with this year. ' A large number of people will at tend the chautauquas at Chapman and Enterprise the latter part of the week. Two automobiles full of Herlng ton boosters were In this part of the county jand went down to the river to see the fish swim; they left sll the fish in the river, however. LOGAN. A fine shower fell here Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kochenour of Hope were visiting their ancle, A K . Bassler on Sunday. John Gaffney of Guthrie, Okla., returned home Sunday. Elmer Rock went to Montana on a prospecting trip. Ray Sandrock expects to move back to Nebraska. ' : C. B. Fulllngton was on theslck list over Sunday but is out again. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lembke .spent Sunday in Enterprise. j time with his aunt. Galen Nickels is visiting with his cousins, Jean -and Helen Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Engle and Mr. En Kle's parents motored to Sallna Monday. ' . J. J. Watt who was badly hurt last; week 'Is Improving ' slowly. He Is at the home vt his son, Walter Watt. Mrs. Charles Bullington and Mrs. Ralph Baker were In Abilene few days last week. Mrs. George Holzworth retmrned from Minnesota. She reports Mr Holzworth's health improving but he will not be able to return tmtll cooler weather. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holxworth visited Will Wright's near Solomon Sunday. Mrs. H. K. Pettit and children of Minnesota are visiting at the F. J. Pettit home. BUCKKV3E. list. satisfied that things were no better there. ' ' ' ' Some of the wells in this vicinity are nearly dry and a few folkS bave Miss Diets of Chapman has been helping Mrs. Ed. Reel the past few . in haul Wfltpr rne camp meeting at Moonlight, has been cancelled this year owing MurPhy w" ln towA 00 frf- to the crop conditions, but expect, neM Monday evening. . to have a rousing csmp In 1914. I M,8B Lo,a Lo returned home. A number from here contemplate Tuesday after a few, days' visit In attending the state camp meeting I Abilene, at the home of Mr. ScotU at Wichita beginning Aug. 14-24. Mp meyer nas rentea nis we- Rev."- Tunnell of the Naswirene trolt Btore and residence to a. church preached an interesting ser-l Pumpwell of southeastern Kansas SOUTH DICKINSON. W. C. Grlgg spent Sunday with home folks In Chapman. Homer Engle visited at the Mrs. Fanny Hoffman iome Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Lembke at tended services In Enterprise Sun day morning. - Rev.. M. G. Engle preached at the Mr, and Mrs. E. McVlcker and school house Sunday. family visited Sunday mt Ralph My- J. J. Garver nfl family and Aub- era', tin Miller and family spent Sunday Mrs. Pettit's and sister and little afternoon at J. W. Ru mold's. Ison are here vlsiUng from Minne- Alkm Van'tryk had to take We psoU. cattle out of a pasture near 'Man- Rev. Rsnler ami daughter AJta Chester on account of water. I took supper mt Mrs. Thos. Mustard J. Frnley shelled corn on ' Tues- Sunday evening. day. I miss ' Rera Greenough la slowly E. Kern cut his corn and put It .improving. In his silo Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mustard nnd Mr. and Mrs. Speck of Abilene family visited Sunday at Ilarve spent Sunday with E. Kern's. Durn's. Buss Waynes came up from EBaiid-l Mr. and Mrs. James Mclntyre win to spend twe weeks with His called 1 at Greenovgh's Friday after- rniiilnaioiih llavno' I noon. " Stacy Karnes Is art Fountain; Tol., feeling very much Improved. j . PLKASANT VALLEY, H, B. Lahr lost cow last weetk from eating kafflr earn. I Mr. and Mrs. F. Mlnlok are the .Mrs. E. X. Wlnsler left Friday happy parents of a baby girl horn with Mrs; C. C. Wlnsler for Law-j the 25th. rence; from there she goes to Wayne) Mrs. J. Correll and daughter Ada county, Iowa, to visit relatives. I returned Saturday from Sabetha. E. Hoyt and. wife, ispenjt Friday j Miss Ada's health has not improved. with Frank Van Voorst near Cart-J Mrs. J. A. Sword and children left ton. Corn is looking much better (Thursday for a visit with relatives there than here. In Brown , county. Mrs. L. Day h off and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Sword , visit- spent Friday night with her sister, ed Sunday with J. A. Sword's. Mrs. S. Grove. Geo. Issitt, David Springer, C. B.I Ed. Blaesl left Thursday with i Fullington and W. C. Grlgg drove , carload of horses for Boston, Mass to Chapman'one evening last week. He laid over at Kansas City until in the Issitt car to play tennis. Saturday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kokenhowerl Nine famlllftt took , well filled of Hope visited at A. K. Bassler's baskets and spent Sunday with A. Sunday. H. Houghland, it being his birth Fred Hoffman and family motor- day, ed to Enterprise Friday evening. Grandma Lay is seriously ill. Ell Hoffman's called at Walter Engle's Frldsy evening. ' r C. B. Fullington was on the sick list the first of the week. R. Paul Is putting up bis silo. S. Grove threshed Tuesdsy. Tie new 1)14 Bulck line of auto mobiles will be here about Ad rust 1 14th. Prices lower; equipped with John Eisenhower and family from ' electric starter, electric lights and south of Hope, were in Navarre oa everything that Is practicable on an mon to a full house at Moonlight last Friday evening. Rev. John Herr of Abilene at tended harvest meeting nt Bethel Saturday afternoon. Rev. Winton Hlnkle of Abilene was the minister at Bethel Sunday morning. . The holiness prayer meetfng will he t Amos Bistllne's Friday even ing. . . , . , ( . , Mra. Jacob Hoover and son Jesse were In Abilene Monday. Andy Zeigler was an Abilene visit or '"Monday. Rev. J. M. Sheets and wife at tended camp meeting at Sutphen Sunday. LANKY DISTRICT. and wilt leave about August 17 to spend a yea in the east, J The social given Saturday even ing ln the hall by the Willing Work ers was largely attended. . The depot. caught on fire Monday but was soon under control. Mrs. Munsell is improving slowly, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker were shopping In Abilene Saturday and took In the social at the ball on their way home. - ? , . Long and Klamm shipped two cars of stock the first of the week; Mr, and Mr. Bert Long visited relatives near Holland Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Conant of En terprise visited Mrs. Bolton Sunday afternoon. NEWBERN. John Brltt shipped cattle to Kan sas City last week. Mrs. Cheney and sister called at "rover Easter returned borne af- Blalne Foster's Tuesday afternoon, j ter Dnd,n some time in Colorado. Mrs. E. E. Cavnder and son M,88wl Esther and Lizzie Len- came up from Abilene Saturday' for hert v,sIted Sunday with Miss Anna a few days visit with 8. A. Rom- berger's. L. W. McGInnis Is building a silo for Bline Foster. Mrs. Fells was hsvlnr dental work done In Abilene Tuesday. Mrs. Picking and daughter visit ed Friday at S. A. Romberger's. Dow Collins and sisters came down Jury. A few from here attended the harvest meeting at Belle Springs ' Saturday, Rev. Cannon of Sallna preached at Newbern Sunday night. Miss Alzona Burnworth Sundayed at D. S. Engle's. ' ; Samuel Lenhert Sundayed with Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Landls andiwitn tbelr grandma. Mrs. Staehll family took dinner with Mr. and! Mrs. Blsgg spent last week with from Webber Friday for a visit nom fo,kB- miss Helen Meyers returned home Mrs. C. A. Teare Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Scbalch 8un dayed with Mr. and Mrs. T. Parson Mrs. H. Cartner of Abilene Is visiting a few days In this vicinity. MOONLIGHT. Rev. and Mrs. M. Taylor spent last week at D. H. Brecbblll's. O. B .JBurkholder and S. Z. Leh man were at Sutphen at the camp meeting Sunday. Ezra Crlder was helping at home on Monday. business Monda afternoon. j automobile. E. E. Coulson. ' w j Harry . Noel' was in Detroit Mon- her children at Navarre. Mr. Downs was called to Industry Sunday evening by the death of bis mother. DETROIT. Mr. Wilder's brother and family of ' Topeka were visitors here Te- cently. While here they autoed to Fort Riley one day.' Chan. 8elby Is in SL Joe this week On business. - Two " grandsons of Mr. Allen of Oklahoma are visiting here. Mrs. Laura Fisher and Mrs.. Henry Sunday after spending several days north of Abilene. , Mr. and Mrs. Llcty of Morrill, Kan., spent several days at Elmer Lannlng's. Mrs. Avra Engle and daughter Es- tella returned home after spending several weeks with friends and rel atives In Brown county. Miss Anna Shelter la slowly im proving after long spell of sick ness. Every trimmed bat in this store priced from 3.S0 to 8.50 marked down to 1.50 and 2.00. Eighty hat to select from. M. B. Pea cock. wltSldSr.