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AB.LEXE WEEKLY KETLECTOR, ABILEXE. KANSAS. Al'G. 16 1917
SOCIAL DOINGS OF THE WEEK
I. C. C. Meeting.
Mrs- Ira Noel pleasantly entertain
ed the L. C. C.'s Thursday afternoon.
The new officers assumed their du
ties. The rest of the afternoon was
spent visiting and doing fancy work
Refreshments were served. Mrs.
Thos. Whitely and Miss Stella Duffy
were the absent members. Mrs. Noel
and daughters, Jennie, Anna and Es
tella, from Abilene; Mrs. Ryan and
Miss Sampson, of Wakefield, were
visitors. The meeting adjourned to
meet with .Mrs. Al. Baker on Wednes
day, Aug. 22.
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Jrts Club.
The Iris club was entertained by
Mrs. Milton Jameson and daughter
Elsie, on Friday afternoon. The
time was spentwith fancy work and
conversation, followed by refresh
n:ents, consisting of ice cream and
cake. All members except one, and
three guests were present: Mrs. W.
O Fanson of Abilene, Mrs- Hugh
Mustard and Mrs. McCoy, who Is a
niece of Mrs. Jameson, and has been
visiting her the past week. The club
will meet the first Wednesday in
September with Mrs. Earl McLane.
V. I. ('. liunquet.
On Wednesday evening, Aug. 8
the W. I. C. club met at the David
Engie home with the Misses Minnie
Vesta and Martha as hostesses, to
rive their first banquet with about
iifty-five being present. The even
ing was spent on the beautiful lawn
in social talk, games and a short pro
gram was rendered, after which re
freshment were served consisting of
ice cream and cake- All enjoyed the
evening very much and departed at
a late hour hoping to spend many
more such evenings together. The
club will meet with Misses Mae and
Cora Purvis as hostesses on Aug. 23.
All visitors are welcome any time at
the meetings.
M Pi n
Family lioiinion.
A family reunion of the Picking
family was held Sunday at the home
of A. B. Picking at Buckeye. Mr. and
Mrs. Picking and their ten children,
all of whom are married were pres
ent, and counting the grandchildren
and great grandchildren, fifty-four
were gathered together. At noon a
bountiful dinner was served and one
table was reserved for the immediate
family, which was headed by Mr. and
Mrs. Picking, and seated around the
table were their five sons and five
daughters: John, Harry, Robert,
George and Charley; Mrs. Fred Poor,
Mrs. Chas. Fleagle, Mrs. Harry Flea
gle, Mrs. Will Thomas and Mrs. Fred
Minick. An enjoyable day was spent
in visiting and talking of by-gone
days.
IJeed-Cu turnings.
At Topeka tomorrow morning will
be married Miss Bertha Reed, daugh
ter of A- J. Reed, and Mr. Earl R
Cummings, formerly of this city
Only immediate relatives and friends
will be present. Mr. Cummings is
the sou of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cum
n'ings, now of Topeka, but formerly
of Ailene. At present he is regi
mental sergeant of the Kansas field
artillery. He served on the border
last summer. Miss Reed has visited
in Abilene a number of times and
was here only last week. Mrs. J. E.
Johnson left for Topeka to attend the
wedding.
Social Hour Club.
The Social Hour club very pleasant
ly entertained at the home of Mrs- H.
A. Snider, Tuesday afternoon. It
was decided to do sewing for the
Red Cross at the regular meetings.
Mrs. J. M. Gleissner and Miss King
were the Red Cross members pres
ent. A delicious luncheon was
served.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Garrison of
Calhoun, Mo., who have been visit
ing their, daughter, Mrs. H A. Mc-
Culloh and Mr. McCulloh, will leave
the last of the week for their home.
Kansas Mayflowers Register.
Descendants of passengers on the
good ship Mayflower, that dropped
anchor in the harbor of Plymouth
Rock in 1620, please register your
names and addresses with either of
tbe following officers of the Kansas
Society of Mayflower Descendants A
H. Bennett, 515 New England Bldg.,
Topeka, Kansas; Mrs. Edward N. Mc-
r.rnr filenatrae. Country Club
Place, Wichita, Kansas; Mrs. Dav
id Hill, 544 South Ninth street, Sa
Una, Kansas.
A pleasant afternoon was spent at
tbe borne of Mrs. Otto Schenefelt on
Thursday, Aug. 9. Twelve members
of the D. M- C club were present to
enjoy the hospitality of the hostess.
Mrs Schenefelt, assisted by Mrs
Hoffman and others, served cake and
ice cream. The club adjourned to
meet again in two weeks.
Sunday was visitors' day at the
Koda Ponga Camp Fire Girls' camp
at the Sexton grove. One hundred
guests were entertained by the girls
and refreshments were served. They
have been in camp a week-
A birthday surprise party was giv
en Ira Taylor of Pearl, by a number
of relatives Sunday. Dainty refresh
ments were served. Mr. and Mrs.
John Hesselbarth and family were
the Abilene guests present.
Golden Kelt Social Club.
Mrs. Mary Sprinkel was hostess to
the members of the Golden Belt So
cial club at her home east of town
on the Enterprise road, Thursday aft
ernoon. Mrs. Sprinkel was assisted
in receiving by her daughters, Misses
Aletha and Marie Sprinkel.
Mrs. Vivian Neeley had charge of
the meeting and appointed Mrs. Can-
dace Scurlock as secretary in place of
the regular secretary, Mrs. Maud
Winters, who was absent It was de.
cided to do a little Red Cross work
at home, and the club donated $5 to
Mr. O. S- Toulouse and family liv
ing southeast of town, whose home
was destroyed by a cyclone last Mon
day evening. Everything inside the
house was completely wrecked and
the three small children bruised.
At the close of the meeting de-
licious refreshments were served
Mrs. John Widler, Miss Etta Wid
ler and Miss Lulu Widler were vis-
iting guests.
Xoi'man-Lucior.
Miss Ruby Norman and Lieutenant
Ralph Lucier were married at the
Catholic parsonage at 8 o'clock last
evening, Father Thomas O'Reilly of
ficiating. Only immediate relatives
and Mr- and Mrs. C. F- Brooks were
present.
Miss Norman is a graduate of the
Abilene high school and has lived in
Abilene all her life. She gave les
sons on the violin for several years
after her graduation and then trav
eled with a Chautauqua company. For
several years she haR owned a com
pany of her own. This year Miss
Norman has been traveling with the
Redpath-Horner Chautauqua but for
the past two weeks has been on her
acation at her home in Abilene. She
is one of Abilene's most accomplished
musicians.
Ralph Lucier, Lieutenant IT. S
army, has liven in Abilene an ins
life and attended school here. Last
summer when the call for volunteers
was given, Ralph was one of the boys
to go from here. He came back from
the border a corporal in the V, S
army. When he joined the Abilene
company and took an examination
from Adjutant General Martin, he
was advanced to a second lieutenant
Mr- and Mrs. Lucier will be in Ab
ilene until Mr. Lucier is called to Ft.
Sill with Company H.
Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary.
Fifty years ago yesterday Henry F.
Asling of East Seventh street mar
ried Caroline Warneke; and on this,
their Golden Wedding anniversary, a
number of their relatives and friends
met to celebrate that event. Before
their marriage in 1867 they were res
idents of MorriB county. They moved
to Dickinson county. Those were
days of real pioneer life and they in
common with the early settlers, pass
ed through many hardships and priv
ations, but tliey were among the
bravest and staunchest of those who
have made Kansas what she is today.
They have always been active in all
church work and in every commun
ity in which they have lived, have
had hosts of friends. It was with a
great deal of pleasure that the rela
tives and friends helped them to cele
brate the event. And showed their
love and esteem by the substantial
tokens which will help them to re
member the day. All certainly en
joyed the hospitality of these friends
and did ample Justice to the feast
of good things hoping that God in
his mercy would grant them many
other anniversaries. Some 25 guests
were present. Those from out of town
were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feidler
of Enterprise, Mrs- John Warneke of
Topeka, Mrs. Eliza .Bisby, Mrs. Paul
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Warneke
and son, Howard, of White City
Mrs. H. W'estrup of Argona, Kan.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Asling, son and
daughter of Geneseo, Kan.
Notwithstanding tbe rain, forty-
eight children came out to the story
hour. Miss Myrrl Rodney told charm
ingly Raskin's "King of the Golden
River," and a nature myth, "Why the
Wren Flies Close to Earth." Miss
Dorothy Engle, accompanied by Miss
Gladys Wallerstedt, gave a beautiful
violin solo.
The Koda Ponga Camp Fire Girls
broke camp early this morning and
came to town drenched by the rain.
They spent a week in tbe Sexton
grove south of town.
Obituary P. A. Tolbeit-
Francis A. Aalbert was born in Bel
mont county, Ohio, Sept 10, 1848,
died July 30, 1917, at the age of 68
years, 10 months and 20 days. He
was married to Miss Emma Hinton
June 2, 1881, at St. Clairville, Ohio,
Belmont county. He came to Kan
sas in 1881 and settled on a farm on
Turkey creek, of this county.
To this union three children were
born, two boys and one daughter:
Orin, Otis and Ora; Otis died in
February, 1888, at the age of 2 years,
2' months and 27 days. Emma, his
wife passed from this life at the
home ten miles south of Abilene, May
7th, 1 898, where the family lived for
1.1 years. After leaving the farm he
was engaged in a feed barn in Abi
lene for some time, later living at the
home of his daughter. He was hurt
by a horse over a year ago of which
he never seemed to fully recover; he
doctored and felt reasonably well un
til about six weeks before he died;
was able to get around until the last
and was very patient and was always
willing to help others. He will be
greatly missed by the small family,
who is left to mourn his loss. He
has three brothers, one in the state
of Ohio, Marion Talbert, formerly of
this county, but now in Denver, Colo.,
who was unable to attend the funeral-
Eugene Talbert of Solomon, was
present at the time of his death. Mr.
Talbert was one of the best horse
men of the county; a lover of good
stock.
The funeral esrvices were held at
the Christian church of Abilene, Kan.,
August 1st, 1917, at 3 o'clock p. m.
in charge of Rev. Rose. Interment in
(he Abilene cemetery.
Card of Thanks.
The thanks of the bereaved family
3 extended to all the neighbors and
D'iends and those who assisted at the
church; also for the flowers. A friend
in need is a friend Indeed. Orien
Talbert, Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Stevens.
It. F. J. No. (I.
Charles Reinter is building a new
silo-
Hollle Tucker is pitting up wheat
cn his lather's farm.
John Rohrer motored to Salina on
Sunday.
Mrs. John Rohrer spent. Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. C. A. Anderson
G. A. Anderson and J- L. Rohrer
of Abilene, were in this vicinity on
Tuesday.
The farmers have stopped plowing
on account of the rain.
Mr. and Mrs- Will Hopwood and
son Harold, attended the circus in
Salina Monday.
One of Milton Rohrer's teams was
'.rowned this week.
Will CALL 150
MORE FOR DRAFT
Thcso additional men will lie called
for draft next week to obtain 1" more
to make Dickinson's quota:
21 LM Highharger, A. J., Herington
107:1 llaiclifn, John E.. Abilene
1NS7 llohne, H iMi r v A., llcrlngton
29s Maddux. Jlnrry E Carlton
1175 l.ockwood. l!oy, Abilene
21:12 l.uyton, Krank I.., Herlng;ton
1 7 !! I'llem. Herbert, Abilene
1294 Lawrence, Arthur, Chapman
Ills Roles, Ulln 11., Junction City
1047 .limes. David M., Abilene
1.S54 oesterrelch, Milton, Woodbine
19(1(1 (Inttschulf, Otto, Herlngton
2017 Raker, Dustln S., Herlngton
34 3 Wyekoff, Jacob W.. Carlton
300s Atkinson, James. Herlngton
dill Cox, Joseph 11., Abilene
100 Dawson. Wm. A., Herlngton
9S2 Dunlap, Geo. E., Hope
72t! Usburn, tllen, Chapman
15 Hascues, Heninmin, .San Juan du
Guadalupe, Mexico
SOS Sutton, Chas. XL, Enterprise
933 llutdersnri, Xlelo E., Navarre
15:11 l.antz, John O., Abilene
2209 Fiorex. Mariono. Herlngton
12SN Keegan, Michael .1., Chapman
452 Schaich, Robert H., Talmagft
3.1.-. Ciimllff, John 11., Manchester
1K43 Pentecost, Chas., Abilene
ii.io carpenter, A. A., Abilene
K0H Da vlla, Jose !., Mexico
1114 Tullix, Harvey V., Hope
1470 Tinpp, 1'eter C, Herlngton
64.) Wilkerson, Herman S., Abilene
213.1 Mart Inez, R, HerlnKton
21S Walsqnez, Jose, Solomon
020 llaunn. Killil, Dillon
133-1 Hii-bert, Chas. W., Woodbine
550 Johnson, Edward F., Abilene
1011 Cruse. Calls. D, Abilene
574 Stevens, Roy T., Abilene
:il Gibson, Karl E., Talmage
14:12 Folk, Ansel, HerlnKton
1727 Cuwan, Herbert M., Abilene
2047 Packard, Geo., HerlnKton
9M Covert, C. ('., Dillon
1K4S Smith, O. C, Abilene
1570 Suvidge, Krnest, Abilene
1S17 llaynes. Q. II., Abilene
770 Marls, (J. A., chapman
SS2 Parks, M. E., Detroit
The M
201 to 230
Now Menace African Coast,
New York, Aug. 15. According to
information received here today in
marine insurance circles, a German
raider, disguised as a Greek sailing
bhip, is believed to be responsible for
the sowing of mines along the South
African coast which resulted in the
estruction of the passenger liner
ity of Athens.
WHK.Vr l)KOI'll-:i 20 CKXTS
OX THK FOOD KMU'I.ATIOX
Knsas City, Aug. 13. The first ef
fect of Hoover's announcement that
e would regulate wheat prices for
this year's crop was a drop of 20
cents a bushel in the market. It is
likely to go to $2 or maybe -below
in t lie next few weeks.
07S Vainer. A. XI., HerlnKton
77 Mueller, II. K K, Hope
119 llauKh, E. It., Herlngton
749 Calnhun, II. A., Abilene
209 Sinclair, A m., HerlnKton
IMiN Anderson, J. L., HerlnKton
1509 llorlndez. Jose, Abilene
1211 Keegnn, T. V-, Chapman
!5 Whitehall', I'lilll K., Abilene
1417 Yahsholtz, Wm., Woodbine
574 Scolt, .1. A., Abilene
0:14 Metz, 11. D., HerlnKton
7(10 Hoover. D. 11., Chapman
1V1 Mrr'ai iand. Harrv, Solomon
5(1 Neadeihiser, Fred A., Manchester
127(i Kngler, 1.. K., Chapman
1791 Weaver, K. M.. Abilene
195li Morton, W. H., llrriligtim
,92 Brenner, S. C, hutcrprise
J12H Kimble, H. .1., Hellntslon
.1 liui'Kers, Ivy M.t .Manchester
!?,() Ausheriuitn, William S., TaluuiK'e
15M) Tollver, C. A., Abilene
54 -Morehouse, t'.dway (., Manchester
S70 Mix, W. .1., Enterprise .
1714 .Meander, J. 'I'., Abilene
549 llollenbcck, Lester C, AbilcilO
1 l;!2 (ielst, H. XI., Chapman
4 10 K'app, Chas., Abilene
14S5 Hnchanan, V., Abilene
1074 Miller, W. S., Abilene
74 1 Walser, II. E., Wakefield
1051 llarrold, C. E., Hope , b'
1275 Karle, rf. 11., Chapman
2225 Jenkins, Ed., HeriiiKton
71 I llratlan, W. XI., Wakefield
1022 Shllor, F. W., Dillon
Ml Jones, C. E., Entei prise
o::s Scliw eiidener. E. 'I'., Elmo
10:12 liowers, II. E., Hope
022 I.auer, Wm., Elmo
2!9 Seedertrrecn, Karl E., .Abilene
0S5 I'rnv, O. W-, Hope
1141 Xllller, H. V., Junction City
i.;14 IIckks, H., .luu. -Hon City
1016 Slroda, V., Hope
K,bH l:iddle, K, Abilene
;;:!5 lllcberl, Frank I'., (lypsum
ll.'IO liaeiweller, II. E., Kamona
2005 Anderson, ( '. J... HeriiiKton
cCormick
Save your corn fodder and cut it with a McCor
mick. For simplicity, service and long life, buy
the McCormick.
SHOCKEY & LAK
.Mrs. Win. Itoeiner. aid
.Mrs. Clara .Marshall, pension
Kosa K.IIouk. ai.l
.Mrs. Josle Smith, aid
A. EorJ, a hi ,
1. St anlan, care of XI. CusliluK.
.Mrs. CeorKia Drlseoll, pension....
.Mrs. Julia 1 laukcrvoii, pension....
Mrs. Xlary Heerlialicr, pension....
Xlrs. W. I'. Heilrlx, pension
Mrs. ilenry Thomas, aid
Xlrs. Susan Dike, aid
Mrs. J. Slokes. aid
1,. A. HulU, aid
era Tolbcrt. aid
Frank 1.. Hall, aid
(11, Icon Folk, aid
I. Itarcus, aid
lohn A. Anderson, aid
rillie Scanlan. aid
XI. Vinson, care of Xlrs. Taylor....
F. W. Volfcnian. rent to Xlrs. Lewis
Xlrs. Ida Xt. Dlchl, pension
Xlrs. Earl Vance, mothers pension
. I line and July
Clarindu Stephens, aid
Xlrs. Xlarjorie Simmons, pension..
.Mrs. Lotlie Handlcy, pension for
June
L. E. Jeffi-oat, salary and deputy
hire
o. D. Ilischoir. salary
I. L. Woi ley. salary
K. Worlcy, salary
lames V. Kyle, salary
Newion Col.-, salary
1 1. W. Tappcii. clerk hire
D. W. Tappcii. salary
H. A. KiliK. salary
II. W. KiiiK. salary
II. W. KiiiK. clerk hire coiinly as-
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I'ro-AiiK'iicMiis Organize.
New York, Aug. 1 5. Organization
of the Pro-Anierl( an Society, Its
membership consisting of "loyal
American citizens of German birth or
parentage," for the avowed purpose
of combatting disloyalty, was an
nounced here yeHterday evening by
Harry A Schendel, secretary of the
organization.
Trouble Ahead for llarliers.
Chicago. Aug j. mere are
breakers ahead for the barbers if
the country goes "bone dry," accord
ing to Barnard de Vry, president of
the Barbers' Supply Dealers' assocl-
vention of that organization. A unl
ation, who is here to attend a con
versal "bone dry" law will mean, he
says, that face lotions and perfumes
cannot be manufactured unless a sub
stitute is found for alcohol. With
these adjuncts to the tonsorial art
t:nobtainab!e the barbers, he says,
will be deprived of source of con
siderable Income.
IMJOXIS TKOOPS SKXT TO
VCKTX fcPHIXGFIKLD RIOTS
Springfield, III., Aug. 14. Five
hundred troops of the Ninth regi
ment, I. N. G , were ordered out at
11 o'clock tonight to protect tbe
treet car barns after a mob of sev
eral hundred strike sympathizers had
formed to attack the barns, captured
a street car and turned it loose, and
fired on cars and repulsed a force of
deputies who tried to protect one car.
49:! liiKersoll. Charles 11.. Abilene
210S Kley, C. E., Herlngton
Li. 8 Obermeyel, C. XI., Woodbine
92:) EiiKle, II. II., Enterprise
1:105 SeMiuan, I-:.. Chanman
.'141 Tinkler, John T,, (lypsum
1007 Neis, W. 11., Hope
1704 Marshall. L. C Abilene
91 lEobertson. James T.. Xlanchester
l'.ibb Simmons, J. L., Woodbine
::5:i Hert. Daniel E.. Abilene
970 Wilson, F., Enterprise
0J7 Lenhert, C. VV-, Hope
1075 Noe, L. K., Abilene
2024 Dicks, Jt. XL, HeriiiKton
..liU Uniltls, Jesse 11. . Atillene
I : 7 Lambeth. W. XL. Abilene
2055 Lais, C. C, JleriliKton
1217 KnlKht, 11. A, Chapman
571 linhrei, XL XL, Abilene
s7:i Hently, 1'. XI , HerliiKion
IKS llniv, Fdw .1.. Abilene
54ri Miles, .L, Abilene
102 Dunn, T. HerlnKton
704 Cairns, C. D., Wakelleld
"! Hell. Orvllie ... Solomon
1053 Iloldeman, 11. XL, Hope
D96 Clark, E. E., HerlnKton
09 Waldeistedl, 1'., Abilene
50 fain. John .1. .Wanehesler
112 Sliuev. John S. TalmRKe
1067 Ketchersid, J. H-, Hope
0K2 WeiMIe, D. C, HerliiKion
116 (irnve, C. E., HerliiKion
128 Hllsliey, Zane H. Abilene
012 Hrandoii. C. I I., HeriiiKton
079 Xllermaster, 1L, Dillon
b05 ('mill iiiK ha m, C, Chapman
11 Beach, Joseph It., Xlanchester
900 Stuck, H. S., Enterprise
I9K1 Sherman, L. W., HeriiiKton
Uil7 Dnillim, T. A., Abilene
26J Eye, Hert C, TuIiiihkh
12K7 JaderbolK, I':., Chapman
1142 Xfelster. J. 1!., Junction City
1765 McMillan, E. T TalmaKe
Heaeh, Alfred T-, Manchester
2167 Tesowan, V HerlnKton
327 Xleyer, Jesse E., Carlton
664 Fliiinra, T., Elmo
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IXDHT 1'KHSOXS CO.MI'M-
CATKI IX THK HACK KIOTS
Belleville, 111, Aug. 15. Sixty
eight .ndictments against 100 per
sons the charges including murder,
arson, conspiracy, rioting and assault
lo murder, were- returned by the
rand jury here yesterday which has
been investigating the race riots in
Kast St. Louis, July 1 to 3.
(First published In the Abilene Weekly
Jtefiector, Aug. 16, 1917.) .
BILLS ALLOWED
By the Board of County Commission-
en of Dickinson Connt7 at the Ref
nlar Meeting in August, 1917.
.Newton Cole. County Treasurer,
kcnip 1231 .io
N. Cole. tal statistics 4 00
NWon Cole. County TreaKurer,
jurors attendance 1 00
Marv E. Woolverton. alamps .90
K. H. Kustl. labor countv farm 3.75
James E. lirkln. cutting grass In
court house ard 3 25
Wells Fargo A Co, enpress .tt
Salina Tvpewrller Co, repairing
typewriters 12 0
V. A. Mattenn. IV Xf . envelopes SO Ifc
J;iy H.-irdlne. freight and draupe 1.45
American Express, express 7
Mra. J. J. Rvan. aid 10 00
Hannah Simmons, aid 10 00
Wm. J. Huater, aid 04)
Karl Kiddle, salary
IS. Hosteller, salary
lohn Hook, salary
II. C. lirenizer, salarv
J. 11. Sherman, salary, dcpuly
hire and oversecliiK poor
W in. .Slack, salary
W. S. Kobb, county examining
board
Win. Slaeev, KradlnK papers
Erank IViininutoit. labor and ma
terial court hou-H'
Hodire Hros., merchandise lo court
house IK. -Hi
Culled Telephone Co., telephones
mi. I lolls 54.70
Livi rsldc LlKhl Lower Co., linlilH
court house and J ill IK 2
O. A. Deiil.er, merchandise I nit
house
Dllckwall Itros., nierclialidise to
court house
Ira Kdiiiulldsdn. labor and mater
ial Jail chimney 17
J. 1'. Kern. HoKolh-r ooiinlv (arm I
Duckvvall I'.ios., merchandise to
county farm .'1-411
Abilene Xlereanlile Co., merchandise
to county farm K0 4
Owens & 1'nvson. account Infirmary
bllllillllk.'. county farm 400.00
.1. L. Garten, di liliiiK well eounly
farm
W. W. Davis Shoe store, merchan
dise for eounly farm
O. A. Dentzer, merchandise lo (j.
W. oak man
J. K. Xlarkley. merchandise for X1rs.
I and Mrs. Lewis
Dr. J. C. Entz. merchandise lo o.
(Iraham
W. II. Kicholtz. burial of W. II.
Everett, soldier
'.adt;er Lumber Co., coal for Mrs.
Lee
Theo. Nusz, merchandise for ltos:i
KclloKK
Abilene Chronicle. Hiipplh-H
Crane & Co.. supplies
XV. and L. E. Ourlov. supplies
SliadinKcr 1'rlniinnT Co., supplies..
Hall Lithographing; ''o.. supplies..
arlson News Stand, supplies. .. .
C L. Hubbard, supplies to court
house
Hutchinson Printing Co., supplies..
Reflector PubllflhlnK Co., county
printing
Reflector Publishing Co., supplies..
I. H. Sherman, drawing Jurors....
P. Qulnn, drawing Jurors
C. Hutchinson, drawing Jurors
George D. Rlschoff, expense
Xlrs. D. J. Rullenlyne, stenographer
Carl Nlcolay, assisting coimty en
gineer 14 2(1
Karl Riddle, expense 58 99
I. H. Sherman, laundry for Jail.. 3.00
J. H. Pherman, expense hi 42
J. II. Sherman, attending Jail and
boarding prisoners J 13.50
1,. K. Jcffcoat, Stale vs. Albert
White
L. K. Jeffcout. State vs. Kelly
Woods and Saunders
I). W. Tappen, Glendennlng Insulin
tyt se
T. R. Conklln, Glendennlng Insane
ra He
J. N. Ineter, Glendennlng Insane
case
John Widler, Glendennlng Insane
ra se
X. E Bennett, Glendennlng Insane
rase
Henry Johntx. Glendennlng In
sane rase
Nellie KaiTar, Glendennlng Insane
t -a se
Will Lesher, Glendennlng Insane
ea se
Jessie Kean. Glendennlng Insane
case
Mery Kean, Glendennlng Insane
cjise
H. I.. Humphrey, Glendennlng In
sane rse
Mra. H. 1 Humphrey, Glendennlng
Insane rase
Klla Carroll, Glendennlng Insane
case
. K. Rugh, Sleodennlng Insane
rase
Andrew Kean, Glendennlng Insane
rase
J. V. Koby, Glendennlng Insane
case
J. II Sherman, Glendennlng In
sane rase 25 i0
H. W. Wright. Kornlsrhka Inquest 1 60
A. M. Crary. State v. Dorden....
A. Tufts. Linn Inouest
James A. Tufts, Ef lierlngton-Oeof-
froy Inauest
John Sherman, Shipley Insane case
J. H Sherman. Need Juvenile case
J. II. Sberman, Betters Juvenile
a :,(i
IK. 9
2 90
50.00
2 00
2 K.-i
1 :i or.
3 17
7K
10.50
22.n:i
.20
194
12.211
43 r.fi
24 Ii7
2 00
2 (Ml
2 00
7 OK
10.50
2 50
1ft 67
10 70
5 00
5 00
' 2 00
1 7(1
1 50
1 70
1,50
1 JO
1 10
1 50
1 50
1 50
.1 60
1 80
. 1-70
11 fc'
0 30
(45
9 24
3.1)0
case 13. 60
Xlary Woolverton, Comity Superin
tendent App. normal institute
fund 100. 00
Xlary 10. Woolverton, expense
attending teachers meeting 1.801
Xlary 10. Woolverton, salary and
clerk hire 138.75
IIHV llros. Garage, repairs und sup
plies road truck 10.KS
11. S. Hill, dragging county road.. 39.50
Abilene Xlereuntlle Co., material
county roads and bridges 29. 'if.
.1. D. h'reed, gas and oil road truck 5.5t
L. If. 'Djllver, oil for tractor LOO
Standard Oil Co., gasoline for truck 5.94
1'. C. Kediuan, gas for tractor.... 4. S3
('. S. Sauiii, eounly road work.... 4.00
Scrlpler & Xleiill, stenographic,
work 5.2G
I. II. La Clair, hauling bridge ma
terial 30.001
Win. Schuliz. coal bin and repairing
bridge No. 21 290.0
Enill Lleeh, drugging eounly roads 19.30
CI as. I'cntecnst, hauling rock, cul
vert No. 30 4. OU.
(iro-cr lOasier, hauling sand, cul
vert No. 30 57.00
S. A. Harmon, hauling rock, culvert
No. :in 4.00
J. E. Uuhrer, material bridge No. 5 5.79.
Xlartiu Lumber Co., material bridge
No. 5 , 2.5i-
Western (Hue 1'rlnt Co., blue prints 5.40
American steel & Wire Co., rc-in-
I'orcenienls 109.07
M. A. I In li !i. labor on bridge 310.21
XL A. Ilalin, county road work.... IS 0i
Emit I'lech, eounly road work.... 2 2.r
Walter G. Engle, hauling sand.... 2.72
Hernard Itcllly, livery county engi
neer S.S(
T. W. Sherinan, work on county
roan 10.0OV
Woodbine Garage gas and labor on
engine 27.11
Kla mm Garage, Lul). oil for toad
truck 3.50
1. 11. Krclder, dragging county
road 12.m
Win. 11. Anderson, cutting hedge
corners 42 00.
(i. I.. Hurling, drayuge 12,30
.1. J. Yoiler, teachers exa inllia I Ion 24. OIL
V. T. Hacker, material culvert
No. 3: 14 !(V
W. T. Hacker, material bridge No.
065 1S4 66-
A. C. Dletz. county road work 37.60
A. c. Dleiz, bridge work 14.00-
II. XL Kink, dragging county roads 12. 2H.
II. XL Kink, fixing culverts .7!
John II. Sherman, Ycarout Juvenile
.1.
Krofvi-r, Ye. trout
Lauhain, Vearoiit
merchandise
Juvenile
Juvenile
io coiiniv
4. OS
4.80,
4. SO
I sr.
7 15.
10.10,
3h.'j'
30 III)
L. II.
ca se
Siell Ul
farm
Shurkey & Landes, merchandise, to
ounly farm
Win. Iialdwlii, merchandise to coun
l y I a i in
Anna E. Spreohcr, nurse at county
farm
('hurley liradley, labor on county
farm
(J. A. Sprcciier, salary, cook, ser
vice and box rent 92.50s
I H Willie, nurse eounly farm.... 3u (M
Kadger Lumber Co., roal to county
larm 6.50'
Karl llrougliton, threshing at coun
ty farm 78.90
Tlie Hall Lit llogra piling Co., sup
plies 2H 8!
Lefnx, supplies 6 30-
M. 1'. Sanborn, brldue material 27 61
L. XL.Ier, coutilv In idue work.'. 7.S
C. L. Maler, county road work 30.00V
Wesiern Hi blue Co , lirldge mater
ial 874. 2
'enlral Lumber Co., bridge mater
ial 367.70
'anion Itrldfe Co.. bridge material
and labor Nos. 4 and IS 630 2S
Western lltldgo Co., bridge mater
ial 302.8a.
I. L. Kroger Lumber Co.. malerlal
for chimney 219. .!
E. Northcraft Co., merchanillse
for county farm 113.r.
John Hook, livery 17. (H
Sam'l Dodsworth Hook Co . supplies 26 65.
Manchester KitrniiTS I'nlon, mer-
chandlse to Klemlng 8. Of
I'. W. ituth, ilragifing county road 16.50)
I. L. Kruger Lumber Co., bridge
material 218 07
John Mlddleton, bridge material
and labor 80 87
Itadger Lumber Co., bridge mater
ial 18.lf'
Ohuer J. litnwii. aulo truck fuel.. 24 6.'.
Westrup A Kohler Lumber Co.,
bridge and culvert material 26,. no
Xlrs Thns. Bowyer, laundry for
Klemmlng 13 O0
Cnslc Company, merchandise to
Wagonseller 8.3S
Smith A itelknap, merchandise to
Mis. Lee S.4f.
Stale of Kansas, Dickinson county, as:
I. II. W. King, county clerk of Dick
inson county, state of Kansas, hereby
certify that the foregoing Is a true and
correct list of all bills allowed by the
board of county commissioners at the
regular meeting in August.
H. W. KINO.
County Clerk.
iKirst published In the Abilene Weekly
Reflector, Aug. 16, 1917.)
XOTICK Of APPOINTMENT.
State of Kansas, Dic kinson County, ss:
In the matter of the Estate of Peter
Dury, deceased, late of Dickinson
County, Kansas.
Notice Is hereby given that on tb
13th day of August. A. D. 1917. the un
dersigned was by the Probate Court vt
Dickinson Countv. Kansas, duly ap
pointed and qualified as Administrator
of the estate of Peter Dury. deceased.
late of Dickinson County. Kansas. All
persons interested In said estate wilt
take notice and govern themselves ac
cordingly.
C. W. TAYLOR, Administrator.

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