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HnpjpppH r1FK PWPfWT ABOUT PBOPLK. George Lank of Solomon la hero on bMtMsW. Mrs. Ben Murphy of Chapman U Qkfcera visiting relatives. MtV Walter Hill of Hope wss a busl HwM vlaltor In Abilene. P i jfj, p, Lowe of Chapman made a bualneas trip to Abilene. Tom Robaon, a resident of Wheat land, was here on business. Mrs. Ben Murphy of Chapman visited with friends In town. Henry Kohrs was here from Hayes township on business. J. H. Balsmler of Enterprise wss In town attending to business. James Norman, who lives at Tal mage transacted business In town. S. H. Ougeler from near Chap man, was a business visitor In Abi lene. H. W. Kandt of Herlngton was in town attending to business mat ters. w m Kandt and F. A. Kandt were here from Enterprise on busi ness. Nlchol Mustard was here from Manchester attending to business matters. Geo. Lank, a resident of Solomon, was In town attending to business matters. Joe Shaw, a resident of Navarre, attended to some business matters In town. Mrs. D. W. Howard has returned from Denver where she visited with her daughter. Elder Jacob N. Engle returned from two-weeka' evangelistic trip In Trego county. W. O. Lewis went to Hot Sprnlgs, Ark., for his health. He expect to be gone some time. James Waddle, treasurer of Oar field township was at she court bouse on business. A. M. Brandt, living nine miles north of Detroit, waa a business viailnr In AbtlAtin. R. A. Robson was In from Carl ton on business and made the Re flector a welcome call. r, rover Easter left for Manhattan 'to begin the second term's work at the agricultural college. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Praser of Tal mage were shopping In the city and made the Reflector a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mustard of Cherryvale are here for a short visit with Mr. Mustard's mother -and sis ter. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Livingston re turned to their borne In Waterloo, Iowa, after a few days' visit with relatives. A. A. Walker, treasurer of Logan township,, and C. L. Maier, treasurer of Center township, were In town on business. Ralph Ramsey of Solomon was In town for a few hours on the way to Manhattan where he will attend the agricultural college. A. W. Khrii&m of Entemrlse was at the court house as a witness for Ernest Mader, who applied for final naturalisation papers. Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Phillips left for Chicago where they will live. The AbilenA Sales offices have been transferred to 0Weajp Richard Hogan and son have re turned to their home In Newton after a visit here with Mr. Hogan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hogan. Robert Snider, who has. been home to visit during the holidays with his mother, Mrs. T. J. Snider, returned to his work near JohnB town. Pa. A. W. Rice, John Sauer, D. R. Gordon and P. W. Heath, the lead ing members of the party here re turned from Junction City where there attended a Progressive party meeting. JANl'AKV . RECENT KfcKLKtTlONSJ. When looking for bargtlsa. Here, Abilene Protista Ofv sjtjlOdtf-aod Mr. and Mrs"J. R. Engl t port the birth of a son. l. KshelmaT"has purchased from the Hodge Auto Co. four cylinder Jeffreys car. Marriage license to John P. Ar mour of Nlles and Bna Wood ft Solomon. Dr T W. SorrenY Dentist Crown trldgework a specialty. Office Cedar street, over Smith aV Belknap's. lSdtfwtf Ernest F. KaTr made final Bat tlement of the estate of Harlow W. Lash. Marriage license to Frank P. Delker and Nellie J. Knopp, both of Chapman. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James Robelrtion of Talmage, December 19, an 11-pound boy. C. H. Plnkham is ill at his home. Mr. Plnkham has been unable to be at the store this week. Marriage license was issued at Clay Center to George AHgulre of Chapman and Miss Myrtle Fitch of Ladysmlth. Marriage license was Issued to Arthur M. Fleming of Garden City and Edith Ann Hambleton of Her lngton. Word was received by frrendf announcing the birth of a bob to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stlllle of Kan sas City. Marriage license to Ellsworth McCoy and Mrs. Agnes Waller, both of Carlton. They expect to b married at Gypsum. The Grantlownshlp work on graveling the road to the Buckeye bridte Is under way again and many teams are at work with a chance for more. Harry Long has resigned position in the Dickinson County bank at Enterprise and will go to Wales, North Dakota, where he will be assistant cashier in a bank. Dr. H. P. Mera received a tele gram announcing the death of his latneiT in Arizona " spending the winter. The burial will be at the old home In New York. qBvH'BKM A U I ' WRKCTOBU TB aUXk holders or the Citlsens State bank met last night Bad re elected the officers and directors of the bank. The officers are: M. H. Malott, president; A. W. Rice, ft president; J. . Jobnts. caahler; H. W. Rohrer, assistant cashier. The directors are: M. H. Malott, A. W. Rice. J. Jotnts, 0. W. Hnrd, W. B. Olles. The usual semi-annual dividend .1, , iuri'ii I ' t - in mi - DRY GOODS COMPANY since july . .nurxB GALLONS OF WATKK Pl'MPKII A reading of the big water meter j at Sand Springs this morning shows ( that since July . when the meter ( was put In. the dand Springs sta tion has pumped 81,918.876 gal- Ions of water, an average of 460, 700 gallons for each of the days.) This does not mean that the city, has used this entire amount of water, but that amount has been pumped. y REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS"" January Clearing Sale Bargains The few items given below are representative of the opportunities offered at this sale Reduced prices throughout the store. Come and sup ply your needs for the remainder of the winter. GOftSIP OF SOCIETY The G. A. R. and the W. R. C. held a Joint installation service Monday In the city hall. Mrs. O. J. Peters, secretary of the W. R. C, Installed these officers: President, Mrs. J. T. Nicolay; senior vice, Mrs. W. S. Anderson; Junior vice, Mra. Haugh; secretary, Mrs. O. J. Peters; treasurer, Mrs. S. Kirk; chaplain, Mrs. L. J. Teeters; conductor, Mrs. Simon Shockey; guard, Mrs. Geof frey; assistant conductor, Mrs. Cope land; assistant guard. Mra. O. E. Wlckllffe; color bearers, Mra. F. Close, Mrs. John Hoover, Mrs. George Etherlngton, Mrs. Dan Baer. Mrs. Baer will be the delegate to the department convention In May. Mrs. Haugh was chosen alternate. A social time followed the Installa tion. Refreshments were served. Anna Frltt to Laura J. Williams,' lots 8, 9. block 2, Calkins add,' and lots i 2, block 60, Herlngton T. C. add, 12600. Chris Brickie to Charlie Walbrecht, Is 9-16-4. 811,800. G. W. Murray to Fred Wend-t, tract In block 8, Murray's add Hortng ton, 1426. Richard Nels to John W. Bmbaker, " all w ft se 23-16-8, 00. August Volkmab heirs to Ernestine j Volkman, !ots 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, block 10, Woodbine, $6. j Henry M. Davis to Charles H. Hoeff ner. n w 20-11-1. 13900. Fred Roggendorf to Johanna Froe HrJi. se sec 19. sw v 20-14-1,' 96000. Elmer Dicks to Laura J. Williams, lota 17, 19, block 62, Herlngton, 800. Elmer G. Engle to Lteile E. Hoff man, und 2-3 lnt in bw 6-15-V 1. ' I bla fi.rrl,d p. Morgan to Margaret F. Blue, olts 7, 8. block 1, Highland add Abilene, 66. Lissie E. Hoffman to Leonard Moult 8w 6-15-3, $9000. Llzsie E. Hoffman to Elmer G. En gle, und 2-3 lnt in se . 6-16-3, 81. Ray Sandrock to George Sandxock nw 21-14-3, $9600. & t v,h,.iman to Elmer O. Engle, IA. - wo.u. , 8e 5-16-3, $9000. George E. Weller to Nathan Kreps, lots 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 20, block 19, East Abilene T. C. add, $2500. Henry W. Helm to William P. Cool ey, e 40 acres of aw 24-12-1, $3100. , Melvln Smelts to M. P. Tobtn, a , 13-13-3, ffOOO, Elmer O Engle to- An Meull, bw , E-15-3, 9m9, Frederick G. Grave to W. B. Hall. 26 acres w sw , tt-tt-t, $i75. Jfe W. A. Ooodenoughi t W, F.. BaiJe, lots 25, 26, hilt 5, IT, Law ajdo. Abilene, $220. JWtnr B. Hersh et art to Donald" B. Ward, ne 11-11-1. except 2 acres se corner, $8000. Emma Pearl Vandewberg to Lettle f a 1 121-2c Outings 9c Yard These are nol remnants but lull pieces ol the best cloth on the market. You can buy any QcYarJ 1.25 Kimonas 79c Splendid models in flannels and crepes in good assortment ol patterns 79c Couch Covers 15 beautiful Tapestry Couch Covers worth 2.50 to 5.00 during this sale , 1-4 OH fllankets Prices during this sale cut deep to clean up at once. 1.25 Blankets 150." $ HI 2.50 " 350 " 500 All Wool Blanket 425 5-50 251 5.95 " . V 498 15c Ginghams 9c Splendid collection ol light colors suitable lor spring wear. Just the thing (or ehildkWs dresses. 9c Yard 15c Quality Hose 8 l-3c 50 doen Ladies' black fast colored Hose, seamless. 3 pair (or 25c Furs! Furs! Gray and Black Bear (Goat) Sets, the great est wearing set on the market, worth 7.50. Sale price 4-25 Coats and Suits We have only a lew o( these bargains led Come at once and see them. Coats 10.00 to 25.00 Suits 13.50 to 27.50 Don't forget your choice HALF PRICE Skirts 15 per cent oil MANY ATTEND HARMONY MEET t ilth Metric KewMfaa Beom mtmd Gvttlmg Together FOB rRE-rRIMARY COIflKSTIOK Bernard Corrigaii la Dea4 Kansas City. Jan. 1. Bernard many beina; present who haa voiea for Taft last year as those who voted for Raoserelt. s TRY ELLA MOORE FOR MVKDEK AT OONOOKMA PLAN FOR THE 1 PRIMARY BILL ConcoraMa, Jan. 7. Ella Moore is AdB,tatatrwtto,B Preeldentlal Choice on trial in (itatrtcc court cui fxn.nm Fir-" Actioai she SaKtooal cwmmttBee We em lac a Gaftheciag mi tern Manhattan. Jan. T. At the har mm BBBBtlas of the Fifth dfatriet White, lots 72, Worth 7tn, . ReptlM2ean8 held here yesterway, A. add Abilene, 135. conferea.ee endoraedi the action of Wllltem B. Scott to A. BV White, a tne Btienal committee In rearsattg- nw , 34-12-3. $6000. lBg ttte Dgste of representatiom at Gertrude K . Alexander to Barna tbe Batnoag,! Dominating, conveetlens White, block 21, Kirby add Abi- iecwBtBMB4ed a pse-prlmary eonTen- lene, $500. tuft. :tn,i urged sabmitting;all dlf- Corrlgan, former president of the; AleXi8 D. Blarohett, to wunam fereacM to the Aeguat pnatary Kandt, n se fewu. ahWljig by the results. Margaret Kotchersi et al to Har- rhft nwBJOBy eoafereace was a rlet B. Karr. lots 5, 9, 10, 11, 12. dlstlart and attartag saeess aed Mock Q. T. & S.. add Hope. fl. thwe wa, general feeling It would Margaret Ketchersid et al to Har- (kr reachtaK influence. low W. Lash. 2560 ft west and 4llM,llt 200 attended the meeting, Metropolitan died at z:50 o clock yesterday afternoon at hie home of heart failure. He was 67 years old. When Looking for Bargains Look Here H THIS WEEK Strait 5c Cigar, box Fine large Cocoanttts Pineapples, each . - No. 1 English Walnuts, per pound . Col. Comb Honey Navel Oranges, per dozen Grape Fruit Ran 'i us . rwr Afvt SEE US FOR FINE APPLES - 100 325 10c 19c 16c 15c for 25c lfic ABILENE PROVISION CO. G. W. LOYD, Manager center lot I. oioca o, noiw, .'-.i-. Vfirht or of which 20 were ow. William O. Murphy to Josepblae thft ten C01inats of the aisirict Murphy s sw sec 29 anJ ww repreBeBted with delegations se se 30-16-3, $1. ranging from six to fifteen mem- W. N. Hawley to Henry Krom. all hm RepBbIie, Saline, Geary. Wash of lots 18, 20, block 169, L. A lngton. Clay, Cloud and Marshall W. add Herlngton, $90. counties sent Just about one-half of Joseph M. Masten to Ralph M. Cof- attendance at the conference, fenberger, lot 1, blk 2, original whe the otner haif came from Man town of Abilene, $1. 'hattan, and this, Riley county. Christopher J. Brown to J. Allen Tne conference drew Just about K'ine, lots 5, 6, block 7, R. A B. g,x tlm.s a8 Kreat an attendance as add Abilene. $1000. tne Bull Mooae Filth district con Henry Breen to John B. Vanderbeit ferenCe attracted Monday at June lot 3. block 6, K. A H. add Abi- Uon Clty ace0rding to a progressive lene, $200. Republican who attended both gath Mabel L. Funk to Cora Bowen, lots arings. The Bull Mooaers herd a 7, 8, block 20, Bast Abilene T. dlstrlct conference at Junction City C. add. $225. Monday seperate from the meeting , which Murdock spoke, and ffcipl said but 36 attended, and of these, 13 six or aeren objected to the forma- - , tlon of a new -party. 4.' . . - ;.., Th hi a meetinc here waa fcsSPs Kansas i-ny. i. iuin,-... "7 K t-uara hundred Implement and yehlcle monlous from start to Hnish Tnere dealer, from KaaaM anB Missouri was a full and free - . will attend the silreT .nuTrersary of big experience meeting. Every note the Weatem RetaU Implement and Bounded for a reunited BW'MIbu ehlcle Dealers' assoclaUon. which party; every sentiment was to bury JBMBts for iu opening session in the the hatchet. ' Lyr; theatre January 13. Fifty re- The attendance nheat eQusl tan hardware merchant, In this ey rHBd B aKtTBSB ta laat are member, of the aenSBav Tar factional trouble., about M IMPLEMENT DEALERS TO KANSAS CITY JAN. with the murder of Frank Keuy, said to be a Gfreek, here October 16. last year. Thla i the first murder trial in the county for 10 years or more and tor that reason is caus ing more interest than it otherwise would. At the adjournment of court this afternoon, 15 Jurors had been chosen, though the right of peremptory challenges had not yet been exercised. When arraigned te court and ask ed to plead the young defendant said ant guQty. Judge Isaac A. Rigby, te defending the girl and to each pros pective Juror puts the question "It the evfdence shows that the defend ant shot the man and as a result of the shot the man died, but the evi dence ahowS that she did so under aueh conditions and surrounding elrcumetnaces that under the law would be sufficient to release her, 1, onmHantiouB aeru- WOUIO JVH uarc vw i . -r plea against acquitting her?" NEW TRIAL FOR DYNAMITERS Measure Being Prepared GOES TO COMMITTEE TUESDAY Democratic Leaders Appoint Folk Chairman of Committee to Draft Plan for State Primary Washington, Jan. 7. A bill to . provide for primary elections at which voters of all parties may choose their nominees for the presi dency has been completed by Repre sentative Backer of Missouri, chair man of the house committee on election of president and vice presi dent, to carry out the administra tion's plan. The measure will he taken up by the committee Tuesday, January 13, and probably immediately afterward reported back to the house and pressed through that body. Plans for putting into effect tne 24 Men Convicted in Indiaaapelia presideatfal preference primary idea Mnst Serve Sentences suggested by President Wilson in his recent message to congress, were Chicago, Jan- 7. The United . discussed here by Democratic lead States circuit court ot appeals grant-ers at a luncheon given by the ed a new trial to six of the men Common Counsel club, convicted in Indianapolis of illegal-1 A committee with Joseph W. ly tsansporting dynamite and denied Folk as chairman was named to new trials to 24 other appellants, 'draft a plan for the Btate primary The men granted new trials were: method of nominating presidents. If Olaf Tvettmoe. San Francisco, sen- the committee's report is adopted at tenced to six years; James E. Ray. ( the next meeting of the club it du.,i ill (wo vears: Richard H. probably will be presented to the Houlihan, Chicago, two years; Wil liam J. McCain, Kansas City, three years; Fred Sherman, Indianapolis, three years; William Bernhardt, Cincinnati, one year. The court also overruled the prin cipal claim set up by the defense that a conspiracy Had not been prov ed and held that the evidence showed "a continuing and dominat ing conspiracy against the United States." TROTT OF JUNCTION CUT t h t FOB CONGRESS meeting In May of the house mSm governors, and the committee urge congress to adopt legislation necessary for making the plan op erative. awnS COLBY HIGH SCHOOL EXPECTS TO FARM Colby, Jan. 7 The special laffi appointed to confer with the county commissioners on .the location of the experiment station prarldedUTor by the last legislature has selected the halt section ol land oa which the county high school is located. It is Junction City, Jan 1. Loring the intention to connect the work Trott of Junction City, who was en- of the two Institutions sa ?jH dersed for 1 aB(f!jwJS" f fWB he possible to make It the Srent Hhi district VfMilnK h8 de" Mt agricultural high school la tWB elded to make ten race. state. - i 1 Km m t f1-" H'WfjpiS " -" f , ' ?l0liK WCTajjlM ABI IMS K KANSAS, JANUARY a, lwl4. SWtSASTM ir'-''mimS& 1NS4S aer'ne'er' M JnKilK.' Of. It dOODELLS i Jeweler j SIM FOR TOUR Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelery, Silverware, Cut Glass and Hand Painted China All New and Prices Right Watch Repairing a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. Remember the Place GOOttELL'S Opposite Postofnoe on Third S. ' ' " ' " ftMWtt wdSedti CKNTRAI4 KANSAS WIRELESS OPERATORS MAY ORGANIZE t.nssiv OF SOCIETY ft VltrMmm Mhiim i in Texi bbJ 0 SOW Dickinson countv oeoDle wh are at Fort Stockton, Texas, goto gether Christmas day Just as they used to In this county. James T Tinkler and Earl McLane. writing from Fort Stockton, tell of the ChrNtrra snl-lt that animated the Dickinron people. George Sarber received a telegram from his daughter, Mra. Williams, of Grainsvllle, Texas, saying that she and her daughter were coming to spend Christmas with Mr. Sarber. Although it was on short notice. Mr. i 1 W. H. EICHOLTZ GO, UNDERTAKERS The same careful atten tion that has been given to the Jftcholtz business for the past thirty-nine years. Lee Henry Sends Special News itail- loffram From lleaalngton to Myron Goadei Hem Got New pi 1 iijsji A radio clnb. composed of ama teur wireless operators who have -...Inn. I, nnn M I V...B tm IT , " " Sarber got ready for a big Christmas planned. Myron Ooodel of this city dinner and Lee Henry, a photographer of Egther TInk,er Mary 8hnMer. Bennington, expect to organise the worth Mrg Pear, Rnnlngeri for. Central Kansas Radio club, with at merly of Gypgum c, Mrg Bw, least a doten members, and estab- iM(.Lane of Abnne h.,Ded, M. gar. lish a continuous wireless service. . was RU.rpful b.,B-fi; The first radiogram to the Reflector number of wJW maards WHh theae was sent toaay ny Mr. L.ee irom HAnnn(rnn tn Vvrnn Hnnflall tflA ' Reflector operator. Here it is: Plan an Amusement Psrk Special to the Reflector: Bennington, Jan. 2. A plan is, a its: 1 f WON, ST to lot' FROM SOLOMON III I GI8H GUILTY OF PERJURY? Abileae Hoy Acknowledge He 'Falae Tteattmoay IY? OnMa the Dickinson county crowd had a fine Christmas dinner in a large nine-room adobe house. After dinner the party went ;to the home of George Sarbt and was hoinr ,,,,r I,.,,.,, tnr h MtaMlahmani ..there entertained with music. J - s 1 b-J v mn mm of an amusement park along the'f""' a jwa, i Solomon river two miles south of "" "'f. a.stue,r.aier, here. The enterprise Is being pro-,H- Shntterworth, James Shatter- L..IV tr. ant. ..a a il 1 moted by the Riverside Electric worlu- 'mm' Power and Lighting company with " Atkinson. Pearl Rinnlnger and the cooperation of .the leading busl- '"T- Erl McLane. Later in the T- uiT'.rr- .7: n owr RbArffn Hnaia on1 famllv ' AT ness men of Bennington and sauna, -- - 'k 1" hn0f tha, .,. vv,.:Haney, Kan., jfere visitors. Earl ture will pay financially as the i0,. McLane of Abilene t. now foreman r hatllh nitmkan .t mam smIa Hint ration is ideal. It is now known as. " " T" rIT" the Markley hill. The Riverside Solomon never had s chance1 to win from the Abilene lads In baa t.ta.n s a a Sua . a. eti , .$Lii i.BII immi uigni on tne local courf, Sallna. Jan. 3. Hobart GIsh of tne tolllns squad romping away Abilene who is confined in the with a 67 to 16 victory. After the county Jail awaiting his removal to first flv. minutes of play Solomon tl,e .tate reformatory, has acknowl- tralled hopelessly in the rear, fall- tiged that he Ued on the stand to ing to take advantage of the chances rt even wlth Charles Mclntyre. and when the locals left forwards un- UBt ne wu ,one when the robbery guarded in the open field. The vi.i- of the Prker Wcyc gtore occurrea tors. iea ny tne cnarging F. i.ea- Gih n,a,ie a confession last fall. sure, went goal crasy on their few pleaded guilty and gave the evidence opportunities at shooting baskets, that brought a sentence aggregating airtr passed at random. 1 1 . vr in th nanttunturv The Abilene team showed a mark- for Mclntyre. Now ha says that this ea improvement over their mediocre WM not trU6( though he says that work in the first game of the year. I Mclntyre helped plan the affair and coverlnn the field well, passing clev-U,anted down tne itreet whlel he erly and making some difficult shots Mia ,,, ret work. tnr onola All ..I Ik. t 1,11...... , . i. vT " " fllah nmn m. flr xhanra tnr a ,, ... .. n J 1 , 1 I - ' u"uo,ru 1U, rnlo ),.,(, hi. I..t ..H . . vau arwava J uia mil V , . i , u u v it ui)7DUH uio i oi in i w nn iis aaaiiaaca by last night's game. Abilene Oarver, f ,. Brewer, g H. Little, c .....r. Walters, g Stanley, f Geoffrey, g P. Little, g , Ross, f Solomon Lock hart, f Miller,- g The score G. FT ........,.t 2 7 0 10 0 0 0 0. CENTRAL Ki HAS MOST GARS Aa ...... for --ry 40 la State of Kansas 0488 MOTORCYCLKB IN STATBl In Months, 84.945 Motor Have Been Rele4ered--d. wards County Lead With Best Average 'Electric Power and Lighting torn- :.'f- FA B H.K. , H. H. EICHOLTZ Licensed Bmbalmen Abilene K ansas AAA The A Clnb , Smoker ThB members of the A club had nanv'a nlant is thn most nlrtureanun place along the Solomon river. Workl" time last night In the i ominerciai i mil rooms. t ne cven- .i, Ing waa .pent with talk of football i Sad ' other- sports since the a)igh school first began to put teams; into ot the field and the older men enjoy ed the evening as raucb as nnyone. Following the Jokes and smokes, of the site and the opening of springs soon. ' l "We ought to have no trouble in forming such an organisation operators," Myron Ooodell, who Is a son of G. K. GoodeL believes. "Mr. Henry- and I have been sending messages back and forth from Ben nington to Abilene for more than two weeks. We ough to get at least a dozen stations In the club, located at Saline Solomon, Junc- Hnn ('itv ' Phanman npnnfnflrtnn. ... . Tm;.., , .i captain-elect In football. .viiiiueayuitH aim a uuuiuei ui uiuci . towns In centrfaDleajiBas. Most of the equipment that is now. set up in several of the places can send from J In an effort to have him paroled so that he could be at home New Years day. Ho told a story that might have touched the officers, had not Mclntyre Just before entering to state penitentiary, told of a rvn versatton he had with Glsh Just he fore starting from Sallna. Mclntyre said that Glsh had told htm that he had testified as he did to get even with Mclntyre. for putting the offi cers next to him and A. was aprry that he had gotten such a heavy sentence. When confronted by his father and Sheriff Anderson with this story Glsh denied It, but a number .of 1,,... nl ... . W , . 4.11 V.r Mill.. B.-lll"I FIlBWlWtB IU IUB OTVUljr Jtlll a,, .,!.... mn f. Mcmtyres story. Then Clan conressea to it, and u father went back to Abilene while Glsh will igo F. Leasure. L. Leasure, R lord an, c Hlgglns, c rSulliyan. f Referee- high school. none. An affectionate couple from Solo 1 1 ........4 0 ......... ......... l : i 0 0 0 0 0 FT. o 0 0 0 o Orln Snider, president of the plub, as toastmaster. called for short talks from W. A. Matteson, Arthur Hurd, Charles Case, Herbert Sommers. Robert Snider of Chicago. Earl Brtn ey, Karl Nicolay, Frank Madden, Ames Rogers and' Robert Walters, man who sat on the south bleachers - m nis no mission was received today furnished amusement for the crowd when the game lagged. HOARD TO FILL VACANOV - OF MISS BKWABT, RESIGNED ourse W .betitaken DeBolt-Eaater. Thomas H. Easter, register AMIeaeSteam Laaodn 30 to 40 mlTes. and where the serv- deeds, came, back borne from Mason ice would "be longer or even that tewn, Pa., , this morning with 'his far -we could arrange to relay the , bride. ,. Mrf -Easter and Mjss Carfty A. DeBolt were married Christmas, When the school board meets Monday night next, a successor will be elected fo fill the vacancy left by Miss Minnie Stewart, who re signed1 her work In the high school av teacher In mathematics to accept a similar position in the Topeka high school. Miss Alice M. Bell ofllene Ottawa, Kan., is an applicant and probably will be appointed. Miss Bell holds a degree from Ottawa university and has done graduate wtff at te University of Kansas. .She is a daughter of A. M. Bell, The story of Glsh as told today may lay him open to the charge of perjury and it Is not known what In regard to Mclntyre and his long sentence. Willis Crowthers, Mclntyre's attor ney, is investigating the matter to day. I" For sale, 4 choice milch cows and 3 heifers fresh next month. Phone 734 or address Geo. Sexton, Abi Topeka, Jan. 2. There is an av erage ot one motor car for every 4S persons in the state of Kansas. Out in the central western part of the state, which was once term ed the "Great American Desert.' the cars are most numerous and In some counties there is a car for al most every fourth family and . .Jp many central Kansas counties thorn is a car for every fifth and sixth family.. . Edwards county Is the prise motor car county-of the Btata. It has on car for every 21 persons within Itn borders. Stafford, Pawnee, Reno. Ottawa, Rice, Pratt, .Cloud, Coman ehe all have cars for every fifth family and there are many other counties la the same part of tun atate where there Is a car for every thirty persona. !,(V, There have baen 34,946 motor cars registered by the secretary of Btate In the six months since the registration law went into effect. This is. an average of one car for each 48 inhabitants. There are 648t motorcycle,,, .o..ia,,i i--, The following gives tne population of the counties, number of motor cars, and the number of persons to the car: . .i '1 ::A Clay ., 15.846 488 Dickinson 26,474 732 Geary - 10,100 272 Marlon 22,688 607 Saline 20,852 660 S 35, S? 37 3S 29dtfwtf of the busi-lday at Masontown at the Perfect Work. hglie of , superintendent j5e. jor uttawa. of the city schools Patronize home industry. Pure Sand aprlngs water used ana all wora guar teed. g-encies In all Dlcklnsos jeuaty to was. f messages. ' Professor Folkner noaa eniiorn at Snlinn has ft station the bride's father. The Rev. Mr Reasonable Pries on t0D the business college building Bolt: father of the bride officiated. ""BS i' and orobablr would be glad to Join Mr. and Mrs. Easter were in town ",al"8 uu oa8 l"ree yeBrB OI the organization. There is no sta- today and will leave tnis afternoon -f.v ... rtn nn, of ih. i,ul,i for the home of Mr. Easter'a Oar-. Hiawatha high 111.111 ill tfl'.uiiiuu vuj ni v' fitvovtiv - ltememhereil Talmage Mall Carrier Our mail carrier, Walter Watt, who HlDnnnAlntAil In nnt orAtHno- Ta lleved Chrlstrrms day so he could-' here raatortay afternoon, MvCorby BROWN CORBY, BANKER OF MARION COUNTY, IS DEAD Marlon, Jan. 2. Brown Corby, founder and cashier of the Marion national bank, died at his home was one of the best known men In Marion county. He was a promin- El Dorado schools. and lents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Easter, I Miss Stewart asked the board to be in Newbern township, where a re- a(,cept her resignation tbet She ' Christmas dinner, viz: Pie, cake t. R. GOODWIN, Proprietor. J.i G. MEYER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Case & Co.'s Store. phone 319; residence phone 667 Calls answered day or night. time, nor at Solomon. Mnar of the aendincr would done at night, as It Is much easier ceptlon will be given in their honor mlht teach in tne Topeka school. . turk chicken, cranberry sauce, celery, oranges, apples, bananas candy, besides a dozen fresh eggs take dinner with his parents In Abl- lAno Itnw.irA. hla anlrlla lit. all II to be cheered when he found . nice,ent publican. nd erved W package in a mail box for him; and when he came to another box, lo, tire route. These packages most all with his parents contained a portion of the patrons' ,on a pf bf- r- ?"T leaves a ,mun auu li.i cd . ... ty treasurer for two years, prior to that was deputy county treasurer. He came to Marion conn- . a 1 n i j 1 j m n t, tn HWA tonteht 1V,18S Biewans noine is in lopeaa IliI Liic wcanui tjiuijiiim in v v.- a i (t ,j . . M MWL:'Mt'Z''W ,1. . Khn n a a hiuiii a rnlrnrnl onrl rr m no the messages then. Every evening The marriage, was a surprise to about 9 o'clock Mvron Goodell. who most of Mr. Easter's friends. Even 'c"1 - has two. towers erected out In the the court house crowd did not yard and the instruments set up In know Mr. Easter was to be married tils room, gets time messages which when he told them he was going to 8. 8TEELSMITH. M D. SURGEON. GYNECOLOGIST AN) OCULIST are sent out rrom wasnmgton, v. C and flash the seconds accurately The New Year message sent out to all parts of the world from Arling ton, near Washington, was receiv ed here by Myron. He has a permit from the government to receive the 1 ; h. ,.-. 1.. if . vs & fi Practice limited to Surgery, Surgical time message. A radio club would Diseases, Diseases or women ana uis ases of the Eye. be the first in the state. V ! t ' W JAMES A. TUfTS Funeral Director and Embalmer (O. A. McklLLlP. Assistant) State License No. 788 Carry at all times in stock a com '1 Hi ittl lete line of funeral supplies. We ask you when la naed of ou aaelsfance to call. Phone No 219. Nights and Suads, 844. J. A. TUFTS PLEADED GUILTY TO , . STEALING SKUNK HIKES Shirley Steinberg and Earl Jack son of Hope late yesterday afternoon pleaded guilty in Justice Quinn's court to the charge of petty larceny Tbey were fined and sentenced to Jail. They paid the fine and the sentence was committed during good behavior. The Jackson and Stein berg boys stole some skunk hides from a trapper at Hope and left town before they could be caught Friends induced them to plead gull tv to the charge and trust to the court's lieniency. Masontown, Pa., for a visit Mr. Easter Is knowh over Dick inson county as a young man of sterling character and (with many likeable characteristics. He has a host of friends who will Welcome Mrs. Easter to her new home. Mrs. J. Harmon of this city re ceived the guest prize in cards at the holiday party given by the Elks at Sallna Tuesday evening. Mrs. Har of Abilene regret losing her. DEBATE QUESTION OK WATER lOWER POLICY -IS, Washington, Jan. 2. A fight which is expected to open up the whole question of water power pol icy, including the federal regulation of prices to consumers and govern ment exaction of tolls, will be begjn in the house shortly after the holi day recess. Representative Ralney of Illinois backed by comprehensive data from a nice roll of choice butter, a large pop corn ball, a muffler, a present for Mrs. Watt. Moreover Mr. and Mrs. Milt Peters had a bounteous dinner spread when he arrived at noon at their place, and invited Jiim in to eat with them, which he did. and enjoyed It ly the Ice cream and cake. A more merry person you sel RETURNS HOME AFTER 12 YEARS; CAN'T FIND PARENT Junction City, Jan. 2. Arriving? in this , city after an absence of it years, to surprise SUs parents by n holiday visit, John Welsh was him self surprised. Not only did he fall lo find his parents, but he could not I. (...., mil Irlri nt them Twfllv thoroughly , espe?laH v b ' . w , B lived on East Twelfth street. John was 12 years old, and wanted to see :. k O K Q oil las fif ,i,,, ihnneanrl iwmn 1 a f in raon a so was a euest at a Dartv w," 1 ,. i h vr- m. ir- oii. lor more within a radius of 150 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Armstrong and,,e of the new 2 mlll,on do,lar Mr. and Mrs. Curt Bowen. While in dam a( r08S the Mississippi river be TALMAGE WOMAN'S BUTTER WON THE FIRST PRIZE 4 BBSS... .. . 4 .. . '43 ... d nssnnu. . m CnOC If von snan bHtiaaMsnd rcaJIr want to CURE wUllC that pour bun of yon re ot thoM nwfnl avrt The OKI.T ! lor mn or bnut !:-i-f 1. v .!,..; a.--.vi.-. Tril hoi it. Tnm glswllM OO..BU. A. abneso, to. i CHICHESTERSPILLJ rnu i. a- ..m .iifcr boM. MM Mm RJbbM. W lMlllSMBlll.SI.A',.vwBUfa. SOlDByDmMSTSEIiinW Mrs. Arthur Childs of Talmage won tne nrst prize ior me oesi pound of country butter exhibited at the state farmers' institute, now being held at Manhattan. Thirty six women from the various sections of the state exhibited butter. A number of Dickinson county people are attending the institute POLL TAX DELINQUENTS FOR THIS YEAR ARE FEW l af -.VUa. ... mm njBJ i mm Opawrf PARKfiFS HAIR BAUS W Fwr B. wnsi -A-T ml MS! ' T tMt Of I " H-. Poll tax delinquents are few in Abilene this year. At the present time only three or four have failed to pay their poll taxes and these will make the proper settlement, probably by working on the streets. . ,.,., . , . ,,l.... Hor-the ' tween Keokuk. Iowa, and Hamilton, III., will deme.nd an Investigation of the effects of the dam upon the sec tion of the country it affects and hold it up as a wedge In the cam paign for safeguarding the coun try's great water rights In the pen ding Omnibus dam bill. How'h This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J, Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fin- Miss Frances Wltmer entertained lanclally able to carry out any ob- frlends yesterday afternoon at her ligations msde bv his firm. home on West Third street compll- NATIONAL bank Or uummjckuk. " . .. Toledo. O. mentary to Miss Rachel Haskell. Ha,g Catarrh Cure , taKen Miss Haskell left today for Palm ternallv. acting directly uoon the Halina Mrs. Harmon was the guest of Mrs. Henry Blatherwlck. ' Amann-Oormark Miss Nellie Amann and Mr. ace Cormack were married in Methodist Episcopal church at Solo mon. They will live five miles south of Solomon, where they now are at home to their many friends. The Fraternal Aid installed of ficers last night in the lodge hall. The installation was followed by a social time and dance. dom see man ne was inai evening the world, cm bis return and good ' reason, for i he had been remembered. People I r . : ".'.4 . . carrying the spirit of Christmas were abroad. He wishes here to ex press his thanks to one and all for their kindly remembrance. Wishing all a happy New Year. IN ABILENE The Evidence Is Supplied by Local Testimony HURRY TO AVOID THE WISCONSIN EUGENICS LAW Milwaukee, Jan, 2. A rush to. evade the new eugenics marriage law, effective yesterday, made Wed nesday the busiest day on record for the Milwaukee county marriage license clerks. At the regular clos ing time 84 licenses had been issued and the office was so crowded with applicants that It was decided to Issue licenses until midnight. , If the reader wants stronger prp.of Trie new iaw requires a thorough than the following statement and medical examination of both appli- Peach, Flu . where she will spend the winter. A Wedding at Tampa Miss Bertha Nely and Mr. Joe Steffek were married at the home of the bride's parents in Tampa recent ly. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Nely of Tampa. Mr. Steffek is a prosperous farmer at Elmo and la popular. W ened STOMACH is and toned by Hood's Sar- saparilia, the medicine that curet Uiepeia and POOR APP Ton Needn't keep on feeling dis tressed after eating, nor belching, nor experiencing nausea between meals. Hood f. Barsaparllla enres dyspepsia it strengthens the 5iomrh and other dlaeatlve orrans for toe proper pei formance of their blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. '; If Yon Are a Trifle Sensitive About the size of your shoes It's some satisfaction to know that many people can wear shoes a else smaller by shaking Allen's Foot-Ease Into them. Just the thing for dancing parties, and for treaking In new shoes. Sold everywhere, 26c. Sam ple Free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. T. Mwks Children Qrm for nticHtimWh experience of a resident of Abilene, what can it beT "Mrsr" Nancy" Purves, 31cT"E N. Sixth St.. Abilene, Kan., says: "1 was badly troubled by kidney com plaint for many years. Often in the morning, I bad so severe an attack of backache and amelness actoss my loins that I could hardly move. I lost my ambition, was nervous and suffered from dizzy spells. Nothing brought me more than temporary relief until I began taking Dean's Kidnev Pills procured from C. E. Northcraft & Co.'s drug store. They . removed every symptom of the trouble and my experience convinc ed me of their curative powers. One of my relatives also thinks highly of Doan's Kidney Pills, having used tbem and been cured of a bad case of kidney complaint. I can still recommend Doan's Kidney Pills In the highest terms. You may con tinue to use my former endorse ment - f! For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents. Foster-Mllbnra Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Renier cants. A. -'Doan's and take no other. R. A. Long Gives a MllUon Kansas City, Jan. 2. R. A. Long, millionaire lumberman and philan thropist, has announced he had given $1,000,000 to the Church of the Disciples of Christ, conditional upon the church raising an addi tional $5,000,000. The money Is to be devoted to extending the work of the missionary societies of the church and to a fund to be used to educate 1000 men for missionary work at home and abroad in col leges maintained by the church. WASHINGTON SPENT NEW , 4 YEAR'S DAY QUIETLY Washington, Jan. 2. New Year'a day in the capital passed over with out a white house reception for the first time since the days of Presi dent Monroe. In the absence of President , Wilson, taking a holiday vacation In the south, a breakfast to the diplomatic corps by Secretary and Mrs. Bryan was the principal social function. More than oo guests gathered with the secretary of state at his home.