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ABILE-tE rCEXLT RETlJEOrOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 23, 191S.
That Drilled Well Ton fut Get a Dempiter drill, tae.drui that anus. First foo feet at 50c per foot Second 100 feet at 75c per tf . Drilling rock 60s per foot addi tional. ... Deeper at same increase to price. Writ or phone Chapman 8811." HARRY A. HUFF : " Chapman, Kansas J 4 I J. G. ENGLE Auctioneer Public Sales Specialty Rafaranoa: ' Any bank ot Abilene, Ki Phones: Browa 1 or Actio Mutual hope. Data dook at Mlnick 4 Taylor's fcardwsre store, Abilene. Sale Dates. C. L. Fry, Oct.' 7. ' J. B. Caskey, Oct. 14 ' Wlll Lay foaa rented the , Jesse McMaban farm. " V . Mrs. Chas. Bradshaw la visiting relatives here. w ' Miss Stella Davis left for ; Okla homa where she will teach the com ing year. ' Ml88 Bertbs Miller of Bamona spent several days -with her slater, Mrs. Harvey Maust. Isaac Kauffman, wife and daugh ter' of ' Buckeye, spent Sunday at W. D. Reed's. " Mrs. McMaban and daughter are up from Oklahoma visiting the for mer's mother, Mrs. Forrest. Chas. Cruse and wife, of West-1 moreland.are here visiting John Ketchersld's. , ; Anna Gray of Carthage, Mo. bere visiting relatives and friends. George Borman and wife return ed from a visit in Topeka. Misses Elsie and Gladys Koch have gone to Llndsborg to attend school. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Davis Saturday. Roscoe Reed returned from .,!! with tils viator In Rrnwn COUn Abilene. KaasM. ty. The farmers are sowing wheat, Mrs. P. B. Arthur and children left Tuesday for St. Joe, Mo., to jrisit relatives and friends. BUCKEYE. Miss Pearl Pestling spent Wed nesday and Thursday nights with Mrs. J. W. Rumold. Ray Picking Jeft last '.week for North Dakota. . Qulnn Hsynes is in Twin Falls, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Web Copeland spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, W. H. Cook's. Farmers are very busy seeding wheat and rye for pasture. Wheat put in last week is showing green. Millard ' Cook spent Sunday with his parents. , , ,," . Miss Elsie RIcker left for her home in California Friday. SOLOMON. Mrs. Louis Supple left last week for a visit at Herlngton. Mrs. 8. 8. Churchill was In 6s lina Wednesday. Mrs. S. C. Wilson has been sick this week. ' . . ' ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winter and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Winter left last week for Sterling, Colo.,1 where they will' make their home. Miss Fay Wood of Solomon Is teaching this year at Woodbine. Herl school began last Monday. Miss Lena Russell left last week for Texas on a three months' visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. King, who live south of town, were called to Popular Price lotCie C W. A. CALLAHAN Idve Stock and General Auctioneer. Abllene: Abilene, Kansas. Terms reasonable!. See me for dates. One half mile northeast of citv. Phone 1189. 81wtf For sale, Indian Runner ducks, either , sex, price BOe each. Phone 1190 oc write Mrs. C. A. Heim, 18w2t MOONLIGHT. A number from here '. attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Eliza J. N. BURTON. Auctioneer oetn isngie.x me wluuw ui Is In the field for the season of Jesse Engle who died in. Africa, at 1013 and 1914. Phone 439. resi- Abilene on Sunday. Ann ena Nnrth Hfiilftp St. Refer- Mrs. Lenman ana Mrs. sioecner ence, any bank in Dickinson county, attended revival meetings at Wood- or ask the first man you meet. DR. E. H. LEHMANN Physician and Surgeon ' Navarre, Kansas 7-24-3mo NEWBERN. bine over Sunday, Geo. Boyce will have a sale on Monday, Sept. 29. V Mr. and Mrs. C. Goss were Abi lene. visitors Monday. Miss Ethel Breeding returned last week from her trip to Brown county. Mrs. Stoecker will have the holi ness meeting Friday evening. Ed. Reel's visited at Geo. Boyce's Sunday. Mrs. Crider, Misses Susie, Lizzie Samuel Lenhert who is working north of Abilene, spent Sunday with anfl Emma Crider and H. S. Crider home folks. visited at Grant Balmer's in Tal Misses Emma and Mabel Ceder- mage Sunday. green spent Sunday wita. Miss Anna Jury. , I v Wanted. Misses Minnie and Martna angle caivea one to four weeks old. T. and Miss Ruth Young spent Sunday A Rogers, phone 1174 with Misses Helen and Pearl Myers, Mr. and Mrs. J.' S. Wiles of Na varre Bpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Caskey. Miss Clara Neigly who was con sidered seriously sick la able to be around again. J.W. Rumold returned from Muskogee, Okla. Miss Lei a Picking sewed two days for Mrs. M. E. Hoyt lately. V Mrs. H. Sacbau of ; Manhattan spent Monday night with Mrs. J. D. Adams. She had been to Clay Cen ter visiting' her son Fred and daughter Ada. Miss Ada is teach ing and keeping house for Fred. Friday, enmngtoa .wis wee on account of the serious illness of Mrs. King's father. W. O. Steen of Abilene visited the Solomon schools last Thursday. J. M. Brook water was in Solo mon Saturday. S. 8. Churchill was In Abilene on I business Saturday. Mrs. C. W. Hamilton and two ,V ! ' ' i I' Mi"' '.XT"--' , ' " I. il fi l "'I l ' I I' i I -- t , i In i. ,,, li ! "i :;,viti;-'i ;i ;;t .'li Ralph Haynes who went to In- BOn8- c,yd and Leon. le" Saturday dlana. is improving and likes it.ror a vl8,t or several , weeks with there I ber Parents at LeRoy. Mr. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. L. Brockway, rela tives of I. Hosken, visited here sev eral days last week. H. N. Engle and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Engle's sister, Mrs. S. Grove. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Martin spent Sunday afternoon at S. Grove's. Miss Freda Paul leaves Friday for a vlsis, with relatives In Ne braska. Gospel Meetings. Gospel meetings will be held at the Bethel chprch at Moonlight October 6 and continuing ten days. R. Book of Des Moines, la . will conduct services morning, afternoon and evening. Meals will be served on the grounds. By order of com mittee, , , J. E. CRUMM, JESSE BRECHBILL. 25w2t accompanied them as far as Junc-I tlon City. The Solomon firemen returned from the state tournament Saturday. J. A. Marrs, mall carrier on the Solomon-Beloit (branch, is taking his annual vacation. W. J. Irving f St. Joseph is substituting for him. EXTREMELY LOW EXCURSION Only a Little More Than a Cent a Mile. R. F. D. No. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sheets and family attended church at Navane Sunday. Mr. and" Mrs. J. C.' Smith of Abi lene spent Wednesday with their nenhew, Albert Holton, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. C. Colden went to lncoln. Kan., to attepd the weH- tfin? of their granddaughter. Miss Colden. daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Colden. . Chester. Nola and Esther Russell 15d2tl8wtf left Saturday for Waverly. Kan., to attend the weddinsr of the'r brother. PLEASANT VALLEY. . Clifford, to Mis? Alma Keys of Wav crl?. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Tucker I will conduct an excursion to the mountain valleys near Ft. Stock ton and the Pecos valley, Texas, on Oct. 7, 1013. Come with us and see the best alfalfa and California grape irrigated section in the United States. 25w2t WALTER J. ELLIOTT. mi mm 'MHj 11 I iMMk tiiiill'M SOUT HDICKINSON. ,' We sell clothes for the masses clothes for men who want to pay $1250 to $25 for a suit or overcoat and get the best value in the land. The most beautiful patterns and colorings ever brought out are here at these prices and we can show you dozens of of If. .A HTn Tnn DnneA ttfV fhll I (VnTTlA an ATI r Cofltii1aw nnf G .m .4 . a a A A ,1, V,n lnt'c nor. I " "r o,.u m.uua, uicu p"W " I with thplr fianvhtvr f,a T...1,, V I 4 T 1 1 """"" Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fry expect te u.u.b and cnndren. tpu a um viw mv wtnnrrm unn tram inn nave a saie in vicrouer ami i . a surprise party was given at few weeks after for California. wmcn w ne.u Bl Va Pritchard's Friday even'ne. About Mrs. John Caskev and Mrs. Chas. cnurcn inursuay w.i uw-1vb Pnnni WOM . . ' . nr tr T Cohlnh W JtminlA . " -" Harrison sDent Moaaar . aiiernooa isoent nvvninr in mnai - with S. H. Lenhert who is on the and Master Paul are visiting rela- gameB ught refreshnieiita were sick list.. ; ititss atsriwmm. served. All report a good time. . cnaney Jiuiuncu u""a' Mr. and Mm. .TttiM IVarn.r 1of, witn Ernest ana uiarence rreeo. lnTnr,o f w ..-;.- . .. . t. iit u iuc chdici.1 uan Mr. ana Mrs, v,. a. iowijr nf thm -lHlt- Mrs. Bert or vine v;reeK wm xne ij Miss Mabel Funk and her two guest of Mra. Steele Monday. Industry. nieces spent Sunday and, Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Higdon re- Tne sanies aiq society "u with Lulu Funk and childrW ThPv .... I kth. a -t . a a. I turned from a two months' visit m Mrs. u.. cih vYeuuwua,, left Tuesday for -Nebraska. the east. I Geo. Hersh was in Abilene TueS' Henry Bechtel returned to Abi lene after visiting here. Mrs. Walter Eneled vlnttpd at tha Dr. Riddell home in Salina last classy models. There was no preaching services We Featlire AdleS Collegiail ClotheS at the Belle Springs church Sunday , morning on account of the Engle and can guarantee you that these clothes will give you better funeral In Abilene. t i . u., . tk i. j ... ooiraiowiuii man any uu nave svsi wmmi, Mrs. Frank Schwendener will en-1 ..... J tv x tertain the m. E. ladies -next Wed- Let us show you some ot the new Fall and Winter gar- ..o.. I J - w r t t t tAAit a t I merits. Att U. v . ibiuucu nan UUWI1 Itulil Saliria Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kauffman spent Sunday in Hope. Shoe Insurance. When you buy a pair of shoes at Davis' you buy shoe Insurance as J well as we sew rips (no matter where you buy your shoes), reset buttons, attach heel plates free, and furthermore, if we sell you a pair The People's Clothiers TALMAGE. E. L. HOFFMAN , Auctioneer of shoes that the soles do not wear Hope (R. F. D. 2) Kansas Phone, Donegal Mutual Mrs. H. L. Book returned from a two weeks visit with her two sons In Peabody. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Book returned to Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Luker visited In To peka last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Holrworth .were Abllene visitors Monday. The Embroidery 'club met with Mrs. B. W, Stewart Thursday. Mrs. W. S. Anderson visited Mrs Nickels and family Wednesday. , Earl Edwards, Earl Gibson and Will Rom berger are attending high school in Abilene. Boars For Sale. Poland China, eligible to registry. of Blue Valley Gold Dust strain, Isrge type. T. W. Slifer, Abilene, nhona Buckeve. 4wtf ; CARLTON. Meeting closed at Baptist church Tuesday night after one of the most successful revivals of the year. Many thnnka to Dr. Bennet and Prof. Ream. Simon Beech and Joe Boyce were hauling hay Monday . from Holland Quite a number from here at tended the festival at Salina this week. Prof. Grigg of Gypsum City call ed at Carlton Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.. Perdue took dinner at J. A. Patterson's aundar. J. At Kean shipped a car of cat tle Monday. . Farmers are sowing wheat now. The weather conditions are perfect Miss Marjorie Campbell visited home folia la Ssllaa last week. , ACME. Mrs. Laura Ryan and children j are here from Denver visiting ber parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fry, Roger Reed and family. of Man day. Mrs. Cora Asoley of Abilene and Mrs. WRl Engle of Acme spent Wednesday with their sister, Mrs, T. G. Kauffman. Tfca Hnolrai la Tmtt1na mi Mm - i .a T A rana " - " - CneBler,Tiieu .B. cent clearing sale on fancy china MISS Vjoia ramiim -mvux w 2d3twl lene to attend business college. TALMAGE. PEARL. Holstein Cattle for Sale. Holsteln cows and heifers due to winiam Mcmtyre of Iowa Is visit freshen this fall and winter. All mg us parents, Mr. and Mrs. James hieh (trades and tuberculin tested. Mclntyre Also one yearling and one two-year- rs. .amrme weiss or sanetna old reentered bull. L. D. Arnold, M visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manhattan. Kan. 18w3t Holzworth. . Mrs. crary or OKianoma came for a two weeks' visit with her son, Seth Barter, and family. The Eoworth League held the so- The farmers are ousy sowing dal , tne nall ,n8tead of on the wheat and dragging the roads since lawn There was a good attend the recent rains. ance and all had a s;ood time Miss ureta counter, wno i i- Xne aid godety met wltn Mri tending Enterprise normal acauemy,rrank gtewart Wednesday, visited some roixs over eonaay. .nd Mr. B r Bathurt r- Mr. Dueker purchased a new turnea Saturday. They are in their buggy last week. (home In the west part of town Harvle Lookebao is won lor Migg Nellie Schurman and Miss Ralph Johnston south of Pearl. I Davis spent Sunday with their par A few from this vicinity too in ent in Abilene. . a I T the opera Monday evening at adi- MIgg AJva Wallace was the guest lene. I of Bernice Steele Sunday. ... l A number of tne young peopie Earl Edwards, and Earl Gibson pleasantly surprised Miss Lorena were Dome trom Abilene over 8un Fiedler at her home two miles west day of Pearl Friday evening, rrogressive V. B. Brown and L. B. Nickels chantecler was played during . the motored over from Niles Monday. evening and Lincoln Fiedler took a flash light photo oi tne erowa. aji Brlnf. rvnr poultry and eggs to had a good time and departed at aarMn Bros., comer Second and Mnl- late boar. .. . rry. Highest msrket trice. 27wtf satisfactorily we will resole, charg ing you only for the wear of the first soles. Give us a trial, our serv ice wm please you. Davis Shoe Store, Brown Telephone Building, Abilene. wit 7-24-6mo ELMER M. FUNSTON Abilene, Kansas Live Stock Auctioneer WOODBINE. Public sales a specialty. Sales made any where In this or adjoining ter- Frank Rohrer, the mall, carrier, ritory. . July24-wtf has purchased a motorcycle. Frank Schmidt was in Herlngton stay with her parents while Mr, Monday on business. ' Steckel goes to Arkansas to look for Grandma Kohler came home from Denver Saturday, where she has spent a couple months with her daughter, Mrs. Layer. The ftve-yeaHold Son of Mort Hettenbacb Is quite sick with ty phoid fever. Mrs. Wells of Herlngton spent a few days with Mite. Gunter last week. Dr. Foster has had his office re- shingled lately. . The doctor no doubt believes we will have plenty of rain in due season. Mrs. Margaret Gugeler and Mrs. Mary Staatz of Enterprise attended the funeral of Mrs. Becker. Ed Volkman attended the fair at Hutchinson last week. John Krause has returned from Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gugeler and daughter Ethel have gone to Iowa for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrlckson spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. H.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt. . Mrs. Gemeny went to Kansas City the last' of the week. Henry Asling went to Enterprise Monday. Will Johnston and family visited relatives at Solomon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.' Lehman, Mrs. Stock- er of Moonlight, Mr. Swift of Dule- van, Rev. W. H. Pasten of Eskridge, Rev. H. W. Chambers of Hutchinson were among those who spent sev eral days attending the revival meetings held at the Nazarene church by Rev. Bates of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steckel a location. Saturday Auction. ADiiene, sept. Z7, u. P. square. One mare 5 years old with mule colt; gelding coming 2 years old; 2 red cows coming fresh In Decem- , ber; 1 Jersey cow coming fresh Jn December; 2-year-old gelding, stan dard bred and broke to ride or drive; 1 Velie road wagon In good repair; 1 Kimball organ; household goods and other things, dw J. G. ENGLE, Auctioneer. 18 HEAD OF HOGS 10 head of thoroughbred Duroc Jersey spring sboats; 8 spring shoats ublicSale The undersigned will sell at auc tion at bis place, 4 miles north of Abilene, on the Buckeye road, on , Thursday, Oct. 2 commencing at 10 o'clock, the fol lowing described property: S HEAD OF HORSES Bay horse coming 2 years old, weight-1000; 1 brown borse coming 4 years old, weight 1100; 1 span mules coming 8. years old, weight 2200; 1 bay mare, good family driv er, 11 years old, weight 1200; 1 brown mare, 7 years old, weight 1150; 1 black horse; 1 sorrel riding pony. 19 HEAD OF CATTLE 7 milch cows 5 fresh sow; 10 head of calves; 2 heifers coming 2 went to Emporia. Mrs.' Steckel will years old. IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. ' 1 Indian wheat drill; 1 3 -section harrow; 1 disc harrow; "1' 2-row John Deere weeder; 1 riding culti vator; 1 walking cultivator; 1 lis ter; 1 sulky plow; 1 walking plow; , 1 corn binder; I mowing machine; 1 hay rack; 1 dray wagon box; 1 running gear; 1 2-seated surrey; 1 top buggy; 1 spring wagon; 2 sets double work harness; 1 set double carriage harness; 1 blacksmith forge; 1 tool and sickle grinder; 1 1-row weeder; 1 work bench; 1 hay rake; 1 hay stacker; 2 good shed roofs: 20x36 and 20x30; 2 side walls 8x30; 3 rolling doors and track; chicken house 10x20 and .other lumber; feed bunks; 10 barrel water tank; lvroad scraper; 1 60- gallon galvanized oil tank. 1 bed room suite; kitchen-cabi net; cupboard; sink; 3 bed springs; bed steads; child's bed and mat tress;, stands; dining table; writ ing desk; chiffonier; 4 rockers; 9 dining chairs; high chair; range and coal ell heater; oil cook stove; washing machine, tubs; bench; glass Jars; crocks; buckets; milk cans; cream separator; 1 good piece linoleum 18x14; refrigerator; cold blast heater; large oak heat- er; nice Success burner hanging .lamp; willow baby carriage; rifle. .7 dozen chickens; 20 tons of good ensilage; about 5 tons prairie hay; 10 gallons machine oil. TERMS AH sums of $10 and under Cash. On all sums over f 10 a credit of 11 months will be given on approved security at 10 per cent; If paid when due only 8 per cent will be charged. 2 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10. No property to be removed until set tled for. a FREE LUNCH AT NOON e. c. m W. A. CALLAHAN, Auctioneer. R. M. WHITE. Cashier.