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rCICXt, AXILENE, KAX8A3, NOV
HAD A GOOD SOCIABILITY TRIP 19 PRAISED ENTHU8USTICALLY. -Mtt- Added Herlngton and Woodbine, to ' Visiting List No Mishap to Mar the Days Enjoy . nient. 1) RUN "The next automobile run we snake we will have 60 care In tbe list and we will bave tbe band long," said H. A. Poe, secretary of the Commercial club, after returning from the run yesterday. "Everyone was so enthusiastic over the Idea of another run and bad such a good time yesterday that we will have a bigger crowd the next time we go. Twenty cars were In the run, carrying about 75 persons. Except for minor car troubles the one-day trip was made without mishap. The band was asked to go along, Ren Dobkins,' the manager, said today, but the band men did not have time to get ready. Tbe run was made for sociability and for boosting good roads. Although the cars left Abilene naif an hour late, the time was made up and the party running half an hour ahead of the schedule when the tourists went into Hope. As much time wis' spent at each town as was expected but better time was made on the road than was ex pected. The Abilene folks were( having such a good time that they, decided to add Herlngton and Wood-! tine to tbe visiting list as there! was time enough to stop at those, places. "- - . "., -m I The first stop was at Acme. He the visitors were greeted by tbe townspeople and spent a short time getting acquainted. Then the cars' vent on to Holland and Carltou where they were greeted by large and neighborly gatherings. Dayton was ready with open hands and good cigars when the tourists reach ed there. . When the Abilene cars were -a half mile oufcof Dillon they were- met by Harrington and party and were escorted Into town, where the' visitor's were made- at borne and cigars and candy passed round. Then they went on to Hope for dinner ' , ; ' : '' The hotel at Hope was crowded with the large number of visitors, ' and -since the hotel people were abort of help, Bud Jamison put on an apron and went out into - tbe Kitchen and helped serve the guests i Tbe visitors stayed in Hope until . about 2 o'clock and then went oa to Herlngton, arriving at that town unexpectedly , but getting a, hearty welcome. J. W. Howe was in Her lngton and bad to tiiake a speech. ' Dr. Koons, mayor ,of Herlngton, made a short welcoming talk. R. 14. Whits and A. M. Crary spoke. The next stop was at Woodbine and a good get-acquainted meeting was neld. , :-- "'At Navarre Dr. Felty Joined' the motorists and came on home with them. Navarre people turned out well to make the visitors welcome. , Enterprise was ready for the crowd ,and held a good sociability meeting on the main streets. The cars ar rived in Abilene about 6 o'clock. RECENT REFLECTIONS. Only 10 cents each for those pre serve kettles in the Raeket .window next, Saturday. - w26d2t A boy's knife free with boys' school shoes at Davis' Shoe - Store, Abilene. wit Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sheets, seven miles south of . town, a, daughter. , 17 Marriage licenses were Issued to Fred Peterson and Mary E. Doyle of Herlngton and to Ira F. Koogle and Pearl Bets' of Chapman. Don't fall to see the Racket's win dow of enameled onserve kettles to go os sale Saturday for a d.nio,' ' j 4 - w:d2t ' The executive committee of the iyinty teachers' '.aaBOcl&tlca met at .,, the .ccart house Baturflay.'5rhe pro--aTnm tor the next teachers xseeUXr , was- arranged. ; ;'"V The committee on a constitu-I Clon for the county" athletic assoda . Jon met Saturday at the court bouse and prepared a constitution to tub- tnlt to the executive board. . Marriage licenses have been la- . sued to P. M. Dickenson and Lulu If ay NelderbJ8er, . both of Manches ter, and to Ernest R. Sexton and . Edith Grice, both of 'Abilene.' . f. : The Racket will have '3-o.tarl , enameled preserve kettles on tale "Caturday for 10 cents each. . w26d2ti - v auones;--. .1 . ... 1 - t Timely Yi '"9n esteem -r,wri6 Rea This Ust nf , d"Ts . . wests flooS,er Cabn Ltbr "easnre VetoT size -you wish to "VereJ. ces c 'or you ft Yoia ''Age Zin.T'i'fcccI . - - Our friends and neighbors have extended their patronage to us in such a ROYAL MANNER, that we have decided to have a Formal Opening, Saturday, flov. 29 at which time we. will give a SOUVENIR suitable to the occasion to. . every housewife visiting, our etore on the above date. We want all. of our old patrons to. come bring your friends we want every, body o vlsU oirl new store. " It is neat, novel,' up-to-date. Our1 combination of a Grocery ndeat Market is new nothing like it In Abilene, and in addition to giving each, housewife a FREE SOU-' VENIR we will offer the following specials lor Market Day: - W Corn, 3 cans for ; ' ; .25 Hfio IlaaTeas. 'cans JWL . ' ', -ifl ENTERPRISE PASSES METER ORDINANCE ' Wtfry dsnly the choicest meats, both fresh and cured. Swift's Preminm Ham and Bacon: choicest steaks and spring lam; Swift's eyel'Conipocna and pare pork lard. Our Grocery' stock conaiats of only tHe ery -best grades of everything cattled In an p-to-date store.. We want our butter and eggs and all the produce of the farm that we can "handle., Jtan't leave town without coming to see ns If .you' only say "Howdy.'.' ",1 '" i!BtM:&ic!&i v . Third and Buckeye 8. T A new ordinance covering the in stallation of electric meters and fixing the price of electric current, has been .passed by the council and signed by the mayor of Enterprise. , The new ordinance provides that patrons pay for the installing of meters and In addition pay a month ly rental of 25 cents on the same, The electric current will be charged for at tbe rate of 1214 cents per k. w. for the' first twenty and 10c per k. w. for all excess current used MEET TO TALK ABOUT THE COUNTY'S SCHOOLS The county school board associa tion will meet at the court house December 6. Tbe session will be open to all persona who are inter ested in the pobllo school work of the county. Prof. Harry L. Kent of the agricultural college will be here to make an address at 10 o'clock in the morning. In the af ternoon men from over the county ill speak on local questions. C. J. BAKU CUTS STORE FROM GEORGE LOTD C fruit J. Baer has purchased the store which has been ow&el and conducted by George Loyd. Mr. Baer is well known to Abilene peo ple. For some time he has' been with W. T. Teeters in the store on Second street, Mr. Baer 'will con tinue to handle tbe same line of goods. MARKET DAY HERB POSTPONE THE CONFERENCE WITH ATTORNEY GENERAL Because Attorney General Daw son had to leave Topeka on business the conference that County Attorney Hurd was to have with the attorney general was postponed until later in the week. The attorney general probably will Institute a friendly suit in the bride matter and this Is expected to take the matter out of he county's hands., JESSIE WILSON IS A BRIDE. Simplicity and Dignity Characterize Nuptial, . Washington, Not. 25. Simplicity with dignity was the predominant note In the marriage today of Jessie Woodrow Wilson, second: daughter of President and Mrs. Wilson,' and Francis Bowes Sayre. Tbe ceremony was solemnised In the historic east room, majestically decorated in masses of flowers for tbe occasion, at 4:30. o'clock this afternoon. . Saturday, November 29, will be market day in Abilene. This time every merchant is to advertise bla own specials. After Saturday the old way of advertising market day goods will be observed. CLASSMATE OF DR. BLAYNEY IN WHITE HOUSE EVENT Although all Abilene, people jare much Interested in the wedding of Miss Jessie Wilson and Mr. Francis Bowes Sayre In the white house, Dr. F. 8. Blayney has an added inter est in the event since tbe marriage service is to be ready by a classmate of his, the Est, Sylvester W. Beach. Dr. - Blayney and the Rev. Mr. Beach were graduated from Prince- ion in iiiv. ror many years the' Rev. Mr. Beach has been pastor of the First- Presbyterian church at rnnceran, wuiqa lit WUSOU S at- tended. Indict Former Syracuse Mayor. New York, Nov 26. James Kl McGuire, former mayor of Syracuse N. Y., and partner with his brother. George H. McGuire, in the business of bonding state highway contrac tors, was indicted today on the charge of soliciting a campaign con tribution from a corporation.