ABILENB WEEKLY REFLECTOR, AB ILENE, KANSAS, AUG. 9, 1917
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HILLCREST FARM, Aimcno t
One Blx-year-old horse, wt.
One span three-year-old
, mules, $350
Miss Marcia Holmes will be heard
of In a piano recital given by Miss
O. Hass at Woodbine, Kan., Aug. 7,
after which she will leave for an ex
tended stay in Sedgwick county and
Heller Bros, will hold a farm sale
northeast of Pearl Thursday Aug. 9
at 1 o'clock.
Be patriotic, encourage the sol
dier boys. Uncle Sam has just got
to win in this war. Boost the Red
Cross work and don't be a knocker,
It will give the draft boys hope also.
Ben Fielder had a Red River Spe
cial separator and drive belt burn up,
Hugh Taylor had a valuable team of
work mares and hayrack burn and
Robert Ballantyne had three grain
wagons, 75 bushels of wheat ana
lirht acres of wheat shocks destroyed
when a spark from the steam engine
set this fire (windy Monday) July
Joseph Rlffel. purchased a new
Ideal galvanized tank from Pearl
Town & Mercantile company Wednes
day. Henry Hcsselbarth hauled wheat to
Oscar Selline and Chris Diebl wer.419wtf CLARENCE A. GISH.
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hauling oats last week
Saturday was observed as Soldier
Pay at thla point.
One section best wheat land In the
countv: auarter section very well Ira
proved. 130 acres river bottom well
w2 ROYER & BENNETT
Mrs. Samuel Ilarlman is quite ill
Mrs. William Hutchison and her
daughters Alberta' and Pearl, went to
TIerington Saturday for a visit with
Bert Harris loaded his carload of
goods Saturday and left for Colorado,
Mrs. Harris and children are visiting
at the Curphy home in Sallna before
leaving for Colorado. :,
Mrs. Chas. Bell returned home Fri
day from a visit with her sister.
Miss Laura Rhodes of Abilene, is
working at Samuel Hartman's.
Miss Sue Bird Hell was visiting her
aunt this week. ! 1
Ralph Lehman has secured the
Quaker school District VI 2, to teach
Miss Leo Bell Ryan Is here for a
short visit before school starting.
John Foltz. and Miss Edna Shu
maker were sisters at the Clem Bell
home Thursday night and Friday.
Mrs. Will Rodgers was seriously
ill for Beveral days last week.
Ben Myers returned Sunday from a
week's stay on his farm near Solo
mon. A birthday party was given at K.
A. Myers Thursday. It being Frank's
fifth birthday a few of his little
friends were invited to spend the aft
ernoon with him. Before going
home, oranges, cookies and lemonade
were served. .
Attend the Central Kansas Busi
ness College, Abilene, Kansas. Posi
tions guaranteed. Catalog free. Spe
cial rate to the first hundred new
students. Ten calls for graduates in
one day. dw-lOwk
Clarence Byer and Edgar Helse of
Hamlin, motored thru on Friday Jn
the former's new car to visit friends
The annual Harvest Home services
of North Dickinson, held at Bethel
Saturday, was well attended, with an
offering for the Mt. Carmel Mission
at Morrison, Ills. It amounted to over
Mr and Mrs- Ben Brubaker of Chi
ago, who have spent the summer va
cation visiting friends and relatievs
here, left for their home Friday.
Miss Lois Hershey of Abilene, Is
staying with her aunt, Mrs. B. F. En
gle. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Wiebe of Lnrds
turg, Colo., are visiting friends in
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A- Tobias died Saturday and
was buried Sunday In the Bethel
Melvin Crawford is spending a few
days in Topeka attending evange
For sale, Shorthorn bull, 2 years
old. Ira Emig, Acme. Phone.
Miss Edna Logan, who visited rel
ative in Abilene several days, re
turned Saturday evening.
Prof. II. D. Wilson and family, for
merly of Carlton, now of Ruston, La-,
have paid a visit here to friends and
H. A. Jones, who has been ill is
Mrs E. B. Frost of Verdi, spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Thos.
Mitchell. She was accompanied by
her nephew, Ward Davis of Kansas
. Miss Alto Maxwell spent the week
end with Miss Mabel Diehl at Abi
lene. The Carlton Red Cross will meet
Friday afternoon, Aug. 17th, with
Miss Mary Nottorf. If the member
ship committee has not your name,
send it yourself, to Miss May Beem-
( r, who is the secretary and treasur
er of this society
Baptist church notices: Rev.
Bailey of Gypsum, will preach h
in the morning, and Rev. Mr. Fau
ner will preach for him at Hope. The
aid meets thiB week, Thursday
with Mrs. L K. Wykoff.
Presbyterian notices: Rev
Maxwell will take his vacation this
month. Sabbath' school and Chri
tian Endeavor as usual. The aid
meets each Thursday in Maecabee
If your piano needs tuning you
should leave orders at Broughton
music store, Abilene. Phone 214.
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The M. E. league gave an i
cream. social on the church lawn last
C. It. Fullington, Wm. Sheets an
Walter Engle went to Abilene Mon
day afternoon on business.
C- 1. Londeen lias rented tin
Harvey We-ngerd's baby, which has
been nuite sick, is much improved
Mrs. K. E. Blue and children, who
have been visiting at W. O- Engle
the past ten days, left Friday for
their home in Meridian, Miss.
Choice of nil trimmed hats, $1.59
I'riem's Millinery. 9wl
A desirable residence property
L. C. Snare, 1303 N. Buckeye, Abi-
Ipne ..: 19w4t
Miss Elizabeth Hot, spent Wed
nesday of lost week with Miss May
Miss Marie McBeth was 111 for
several days lust week.
Mrs. Mary Fells and son Victor
left last week for Canada.
J. J. Cole and Mrs. Frank Swan
were visiting in tills vicinity last
Good dinner at the National for
Word from Mrs. Fells and son
Victor, states they arrived in Cana-
Mrs- Ray Ruhrer was visiting the
lome folks a few days last week.
Carl Hot, spent Sunday afternoon
a Will Thorp's.
Harold Gish of Lincoln, Neb., Is
visiting at the home of J. E. Nick
Mr.' and Mrs- Humport of Niles
were visiting relatives in town Sun
W. G. Fenn returned from Chica
go, where lie epent several weeks
with his sister and family.
Miss El?ra Wright is visiting her
Mr- and Mrs. Brint Watt of Wichi
ta, are visiting relatives here .
Mrs. Albert Huchsoll and son
Lawrence, left for a visit with friends
Miss Ruby lliff is up from Abilene
Miss Mildred and Leon Ramsey
are spending a week in Bern.
. John Reese returned from Kan
sas City, where he went with a car
load of cattle.
J. D. Freed is la Texas on busi
ness, Mrs. W. Seaton of Kansas City, is
visiting relatives here.
Mr- and Mrs. Albert Miller left
for Colorado to visit the latter's
Mrs. Estella Iloslen and children,
Ryal and Iris, are visiting friends in
About forty-five young folks of the
Zlon Sunday school enjoyed an all
day picnic at Chapman creek last
Mrs. J. A- McClellan and children
of Denver, are spending a few days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Price
Mrs. J. Miller, Mrs. L. H. Johnson,
Mrs H. W- Middleton and Miss Laura
spent Fridoy with Mrs. J. Rumold.
The silo on the C. H. himpson
farm was struck by lightning Mon
day night but not much damage was
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and
daughter Almira, left last Friday
for a visit in Colorado.
Billy Eubanks, an old settler of
this neighborhood, died Monday, at
the home of his son James, in Junc
Henry Thomas returned home
from Iowa last Tuesday.
HERE AND THERE.
Mrs. John Coffenberger, Miss Hen
rietta Smith, Miss Eunice Heine and
Mrs. Hinkle and Miss Mae Hlnkle
motored to Solomon Friday to spend
The Tela-Wanket club will be en
tertained by Misses Edith and Anna
Carroll and Mae Hinkle at the lat
ter's home August 15-
Mr. and Mrs. Shubert and chil
dren of Eudora, visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Blaesi last Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Airy Ohmart motor
ed to Conway Springs Saturday.
Mrs. Harry Moore is visiting her
parents, Mr- and Mrs. James Blagg.
Mr, and Mrs- Charles Kauffman
motored to Rice county Saturday.
James Rock ond family and
George Zeger and family attended
the reception given at Ramona Sat
urday evening in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Merlin Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Springer left Mon
day for Denver.
All the wheat is threshed in thi:
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bert
of Filer, Idaho, a girl, whom they
have named Louise. Mrs. Bert win
be remembered as Miss Cora Derrick-
Harrv Picking and family arrived
here Sunday evening fdom Ft. Laud
erdale, Fla. They made the trip in
their Ford car in two weeks. They
have taken charge of the Buckeye
Misses Ethel Melvin and Florence
Vesper of St. Joseph, Mo., are vis
DAVIS SHOE STORE
Brown Telephone Building
Cut out this "ad." It is
worth One Dollar 6n the pur
chase price of any of our new
917 Men's or Women's Low
Shoes. (Conifo r t House
Slippers for Women except
ed.) Not srood after August
NOTE: Iruhe face of the
present price of. shoes the
above represents a saving of
at least $2.
Ask for a
Coupon good for
iting at Richard Baker's.
IMss Helen OBterhaus of Junction
City, spent the past two weeks with
her friend, Mrs. J. R. Blair.
Mrs. A. H. Long, Gail, Darius and
Eva drove to Lawrence on Wednes
day, where they will visit with rela
tives. For Sale
We will have a choice Registered
Polled Angus yearling bull at the
Fair Grounds. See him, Reep & Son
Miss Pearl Snyder is visiting her
brother at Talmage-
Miss Mary Shirk returned home
after a visit at Carlton.
Frank Kean and L. P. Lane have
The lightning set fire to a large
oats stack for J. E- Meeker Satur
day night. The loss amounted to
Fair Season Tickets.
Season tickets for the Dickinson
County Fair are on sale at the fol
lowing places: Tip Top Inn, J. M.
Gleissner & Son, Palace Drug Co
and C. E. Northcraft & Co. Price
J 1.60, including grandstand and
quarter Btretch. E. W. Elwick,, Sec
C. F. Binder has purchased a new
Mrs. C. F. Binder's brother and
family from Newton, are here spend
ing a few days-
The Dorcas Circle met with Mrs,
J. Fromm Thursday.
Miss Pauline Minick is very ill,
suffering from a nervous breakdown.
J. Fromm has purchased the O. C.
Mr. and Mrs. V. J True left for
Byron, Neb., to attend the funeral of
Mrs- True's mother, Mrs. G. Johan
Miss Velma True has blood poison
ing in her hand.
Tmnroved 4 0 acre farm one-half
mile northeast of Abilene, L. W
Beeler, owner. 8w5t
FIRST K. N. G- UNIT ORDERED
TO REPORT AT FT. RILEY
Toneka. Aug. 8. The quarter
master corns of the Kansas national
nuard. not included in the original
call, was called into federal service
today, he government medical of
ficers and the mustering officers
were directed to muster in and exam
ine the men in the corps at once bo
they could proceed to Ft. Sill, Okla.,
to heln in laying out the camp for
the guard there, furnish supplies to
the six companies already ordered to
Ft. Sill to lay out the camp and get
their depots in shape to supply the
troops when the entire guard arrives
at the camp.
Par 1 Million at Riley This Week-
Junction City. Kan., Aug 7. More
than 1 million dollars is to be paid
out at Ft. Riley this week. Practical
ly everv regular and national guara
organization on the reservation is to
rpceive one month's pay. This sum
does not include the payroll of the
reserve officers' training corps, me
reserves will be paid next week, re
.(vine more than 1200,000. The
Fuller Construction company's weekly
payroll now is almost $loO,000.
You know its merits, so we
only mention our price
Sept. i st
206N. CEDAR -TELEPHONE 1
UP KANSAS CITY
Only 13 Street Cars Were Running
DEMAND THAT THEY UNIONIZE
Condition Growing Worse and by
Night Is Expected Eevry Oar
Will Be Stopped No Vi
Kansas (Htr, Ang. K. Street car
traffic here is demoralized by a
strike of 1,000 or more motormen
and conductors. By night it is ev
pected all cars will stop as condi
tion Ls crowing worse. Strikers de
mand the right to form a union, de
nied them heretofore, and reinstate
ment of men discharged for all pro
union activities. Many crews quit
cars on the street. The Motroioli
tan refuses to give in. Practically
no violence is reported. At S:30
o'clock not more than fifteen cars
were running in greater Kansas (ity
RIG BUSINESS FAVORED
POOR MAN CARRIES LOAD
Washington, Aug. 4. Chairman
Kitchin, of the house ways and means
committee, declared in a statement
tonight that "intolerable inequality"
in favor of the more prosperous has
been written into the war tax bill by
the senate finance committee. In
rewriting the ways and means com
mittee's measure, said Mr. Kitchin
the senators have taken an enormous
load of taxation from the big busi
ness concerns and placed it on the
shoulders of the farmers, the small
business man and others having mod
est incomes; have stricken out by
wholesale the house proposals for
taxes on luxuries, substituting levies
on necessities; have eliminated In
come tax schedules that would have
taken needed millions from the in
comes of the rich, and have added a
grossly inequitable excess profits sec
tion, which is impossible of adminis
AMERICAN SCHOONER THE
VICTIM OF GERMAN SUB
St. John, N. B., Aug. 3. The tor
pedoing on July 27 of the American
schooner John Twohy, 1,019 tons.
was reported here yesterday.
During Fair Week
Service All Hours Night and Day
We are making every effort possible to be able to take care
of everybody's Automobile troubles during the Dickinson County
Mr- AUTO OWNER, a large stock of Auto Accessories, tires,
tubes, a number of expert med.anics and service that satisfies, now
awaits you a
Free Battery Inspection
i bar for ioc
.and get i bar
J. ft. ENGLE
Date book at Minick & Tay-
lor Hardware Store. Phone
Acme 103. Address, Abilene.'
Public - Sale
We will sell at the Hargreaves
ranch, 4 miles west of Abilene, and
three-fourths of a mile north of
Sand Springs school house on
Monday, August 20
Commencing at 1:00 o'clock p. m.,
the following property:
9 HEAD OF HORSES.
Black gelding, smooth mouth;
black mare, 9 years old, wt. 1100;
black mare 10 years old, wt. 1200;
dapple gray mare, 5 years old, with
foal 4 months old; gray mare 4 yrs.
old. wt. 1200; 2 yearling fillys;
3 HEAD OF CATTLE.
Milk cow 9 years old; milk cow 6
years old, both giving milk; stock
FARM IM PLEMENTS.
Seven-ft. McCormick wheat bind
er, run 2 seasons; Deering corn bind
er; 2-row weeder; 4-shovel riding
,'ultivator; six-shovel cultivator; 5
shoyel walking cultivator; J. I. Case
lister; canton lister; J. I. Case corn
drill; Indiana 10-disc drill; hay rake
10-ft; 3-sectlon harrow; 16-inch disc
harrow, 12 discs; buggy; iron wheel
truck and rack; wide-tire farm wag
on: 14-in. walking plow; 2 sets of
work harness; fly nets; small tools.
100 R. I. Red pullets.
Dining room table; flat top office
desk: iron bed; set springs and mat
tress; couch; book case.
TERMS All sums of $10 and
under, cash; on sums over $10 a
redit of 10 months will bo given on
note with approved security at 10
per cent interest; if paid when due
only 8 per cent will be charged. No
property to be removed until set
ALBERT HARGREAVE, Jr.
J. N. BURTON, Auctioneer.
J. E. JOHNTZ, Banker.
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