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I ,,llssa" R EC E.N . KEHECTIONS. DICKINSON MAS 134,000 ACRES 1 fil ill' well with the Maxwell, dwlt GOSSIP OF SOCIETY Per Cent Irom 1018 Wheat 02ie?&&?y ffl Acre.Ke. JZfV t! Knii't let your automobile frtt-xe. - i. ' r ,, . ......... ... ............. , ' - . I I UCl U1COIIOI HI Rllk'll'l B. .uuunu y rjj Huli'J prairie liny for att. A. L.. lOshelinuu. phone S'.J. Sii&wlf MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM SHEARER'S SHOE STORE Ell ilBE THE ENROLLMENT -m our- ristma5 )S BEGAN LAST WEEK 1There are no restrictions. Everybody is welcome to enjoy the pleasures and Ihenents of membership. YOU CAN JOIN NOW The first deposit :makes you a :member without :any further -expense or trouble except keep ing up the small weekly pay ments, which anyone can do -without inconvenience. J. -i ENROLL YOURSELF ENROLL THE CHILDREN ENROLL NOW ABILENE NATIONAL BANK Resources Over One Million Dollars BELLVUE FARM DUROCS Spring boars and gilts, sired by Model Ally, Grand Champion State oi Kansas, 1918. Others by Illus trator's Colonel, King Joe and Long Orion. LET ME KNOW YOUR NEEDS WILFRED W. TAYLOR . Phone 2664, Enterprise Pearl, Kansas V0.1 REAL HAPPINESS No other tiling contributes as inucu to the general happiness lit the home as an abundant supply of hot and cold water on tap at every fixture. This kind of happiness was costly at one time but It Isn't now. Every home should have this conven ience and 'most of them will soon. Let us explain how you can have it. ABILENE PLUMBING & HEATING CO. mn 11 Dort, yell tll like II If If Mari'lnp' license: Karl Itrillliart, Pctrolt, and ltluiiche Stewart, Abi lene. If it Is Service you want, buy 11 Service Truck, Abilene Tractor .V Truck Co., tit 1'. J. liner's itnraeo. UOiltfwtf "More Egg" Mash, H. a Win gard, Navarre. w20tf ltarrcd Hock cockerels, took 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes nt IMcklnsou county fair. Mrs. A. O. Koliman, Dillon, Kan. dyT&K8t-w4l "More Egg" dealer. Mash. Ask your WSd-w-tf Marriage license: Clarence A. Mot, Abilene- and tilmlys Wilson, Sitlotnon. For sale, lit 18 Ford car, wire wheels, Miami four wheeled trailer; 80 acre farm, 5 room house and lot In town. Inquire Geo. Tl. Cleuience, 213 Knst Sth St., Abilene. Selling on account of poor health. 17d&wtf "More Egg" Mash, C C Gun- ther, Detroit, Kans. 18dSwtf Fordson tractor school, Saturday afternoon at the Ford garage. otf Born, to AVoolverton, dull alitor. Mr. and Tuesday Mrs. J. Dec. 16 If It is Service you want, buy Service Truck, Abilene Tractor ft Truck Co., at P. J. Itacr's parage. L'Oiltf-wtf Wanted, two fat lions to bulchev, also good alfalfa hay suitable for horses. (". M. SideslnpT, phone 50(11. 2"w2t Shetland pony, cart, harness and saddle fur sale, pontic with children. Sorrel wlTh white mane and tall. Hume 1-105, Sum Lash. Itw-24d2t For sale, Hose comb White Wyan dotte and rose comb White Ipliorii cockerels. Manure for the hauliiiK I'hone 5052. lSw2t Fordson tractor school, Saturday afternoon at the Ford garage. 9U TO FIND THE REASON Commissioners And County neer to Lyon County. Engl Karl Itlddle, county engineer and J. It. Hostctter. .Tohn Hook and II. C Ilronizor, county commissioners have been in I,.von county where contract was let a short time po for hard surfaced roads for $41,000 per mile just $10,000 less than the Mils which the commissioners here re jected last week. It was the Intention of the Dick tnson county officials to determine the difference between the specifi cations for the roads in this count v and those In Lyon county and just the reason for the $10,000 difference in the bids presented. They were expected to return from Kmporia today. Death of David Coheen. David Coheen, aped 74, died at his home 4 miles northeast of Manchester Friday afternoon. Fu neral services will be held from the Keystone church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 and burial will be made in the Keystone cemetery. Mr. oheen Is survived by one brother aiwl one sister. Hoarf-Stuck. At noon Sunday were married at his ho by the Hev. A. K. Kltclile Miss Adeline Hopart and Mr. Mclvln Stuck, the riii ceremony belnu used. The happy couple were, accompanied l.y Mr. mid Mrs. W. It. F.lsley. Af terward was a reception at Iho home of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Carney. The bride Is a slier of Mi's. Carney ami (lie- groom one of Abllene's substan tial young men. J tot h have luauv friends who will wish them mil -I) joy. They will be at home 011 South west Fourth street. Progressive Union Club. Owlnir to Illness In the family, the shower for the Wilson baby w;ik postMined by the ladies of the I'ro presslve Ciiioii club and their rocu 'lar meeting was held at the home of Mrs. J. llaney on the afternoon 01' Dec. 18. The usual business meet ing was held, after which the after- 1100 n was spent In fancy work and social visiting. The hostess served a delightful luncheon and the ladles then departed, all declaring they had spent a fine afternoon. Golden Belt Club. The Colden Pelt Social club met at the home of Mrs. Agnes White hair, Dee. 18. Ih-splte- the muddy roads a large crowd was present. The guests nf (lie club were Mrs. John Whitehall-. Sr.. Mrs. Paul Whltchalr. Mrs. Fay ltiirkholdcr and .Mrs. Lottie Duffy. Mrs. Iturklionler and Mrs. Dufl'y were taken Into th" club, as new members. After we had been served a most delicious luncheon by our hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Kthel and son Hay, and Harold Duffy. We thanked her for her hospitality and the good time enjoyed by all. The next ineet Ing will be held at the home of Mrs. Cecelia Whllcluilr on Tuesday, Dee. 30. Club District Chairmen. Mrs. Kd Armold. Fifth District President of Federation of Women's clubs appointed I lie following chair man of committees: Art Mrs. W. P. Pierce, Sallna. Civics Mrs. Maud Akin Zcan dale. Civil Service Mrs. Frances Jen nings. Clay Center. Conservation Mrs. II. O. Itrad- ley, Clyde. Education Mrs. Marie Semi Heath, Enterprise. Dome Economics Mrs. ,T. M. Os born, Clifton. Health Mrs. C. O. Swcnson, Man hattan. Industrial and. Social Work Mm. J. K. Krogar, Junction City. Legislation Mrs. W. S. Itoark, Junction City. Literary Extension Mrs. Addle Neal, Glasco. Literature Mrs. Mattie Kimball. Manhattan. Music Mrs. Kayniond flreen, Concordia. Peace Mrs. F. M. Northcraft, Abilene. Scholarship Loan Fund Mrs. J. P. Scott, Herlngton. Social Hygiene Mrs. C. H. Jack son. Washington. Corresponding Scc'y. Mrs. C !t. Loundon, Chapman. Parliamentarian Mrs. H. Thlcle, Junction City. According lo I he government re port on the wheat sowing of the past fall this county has l.'M.OOO acres In wheat. SO per cent of the acreage sown a year ago. The condition Is given us Ml per cent. The Kansas wheat acreage ha suffered a slump of 21 from the high record set a year ago accord ing to the report, Hused upon six thousand reports from correspondents over the slate aui the Held agent's personal Investigation It is estimated that there are now IMOll.ooO acres of wheat growing in the state with an average condition of 82 of nor mal. Alt ho so much less than lio.l year's seeding. It Is only .'175.000 acres less than the average annual seeding of the past live years and exceeds the average of the pre-wir pilnipiennlal by ' about 1,250.000 acres. HE IS SHORT $140,000 Linn County Bank Wrecked By Its President. (Associated Prru) Topeka, Dec. 20. The discovery of 11 shortage of $140,000 in the Linn county bank, Lacygne, Kansas, and the confession of President Fred A. Pullman, that lie signed worth less paper to that extent was report ed by the state bank commissioner today who authorized the Linn coun ty attorney to Issue a warrant for Pullman's arrest. Fuel Job is Over. Mayor Nichols handed to himself his resignation as fuel adinlnlst rator today and all limits are off. Six cars of coal are In town and normal con ditions have returned. He did a good job and deserves much credit for his work. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our deep ap preciation of kindness of neighbors and friends during our late bereave ment and for the beautiful floral of ferings. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hose. H We extend to our friends and patrons our best wishes for A Merry Christmas and a Happy, Prosperous New Year CHARLES A. HODGE HERBERT J. HODGE ) J. i. ENGLE Al'CTJONEEH A Date book at Mlnlck A Tar- lor Hardware Store. Phone & Acme 103. Adress, Abilene. 4 DR. M. A. LATHAM Graduate Veterinarian PHONE 31 MANCHESTER, KANS. (First published In the KelliHtor, nee. Alillene Weekly !fi, 181H) PUBLICATION NOTICE Notice Holland Garage. I will open up the Holland garage ready to repair your car, 011 Monday, Iec. 2!. A year ago I worked for L. I). Scandium! for 75c an hour, and you know I understand my work. wit JOE HEM MY. THE GOLDEN BELT MORTGAGE CO. LOANS AND INVESTMENTS H. L. HUMPHREY, President II. G. KYLE, Vice Pres. Office Over Citizens Bank Abilene, Kansas In the IilHtrlc.1 Court of Dickinson County, Kansas Krnest 1.. Kcliwans, riiihitlfr versus oliert Zalser, Anna .Hlser, liertlia ZHlser. Lena ZhIhit, (JenrliMi't .Hlser, Kato Zalser, Eliza , Zalser. Amelia Zalser. Albert Zalser. Sophia Zalser, Itobi'it Znlser, Jr., Kllza Hell wars Miuinlee, I.. ,1. Mmintee, Otis Orover, John J. Herry, The Merry ltrothers Mercantile Co., unci H. K. Tolbert, 1 iprenuants. Sabl tlefeiulants and each of them are hereby nollMeil that plaintiff did nil the mth iluy of December, 1919, file his petition RKnInHt them In the l)l trlet Court of Dickinson County, Kan sas, anil that they and each of them must answer said petition on or be fore the 12th day of February, 1920, or sabl petition will be taken as true and a judgment will bo rendered In "mild cause adjudKliiK thn plaint Iff to tie the owner In fen simple of the west half (W1-'.') of section nineteen (19), town ship sixteen I Hi) south, rantce one fl) east of the Sixth I'llnelpnl Meridian, In Dickinson County, Kansas, and iliiletliiK his title to said real estate, and barrinK ad excluding; the defend ant and each of them of all title, es tate, lien or Interest whatsoever In, to or upon said real estate, and en JolnlnK and prohlhlllnn (hem from uereaner seuinK up or rininilnK any Interest therein, and for all other re lief to which the plaintiff tnav be en titled. Z. C. MTI.I.lKtN. 25 w Attorney for I'lalntllT. Phones: M305 R. 49 Caoi O. W. WEBER Attorney and Counsellor-t-law Herington, Kansas Bank of Herington Building H. H. ESHELMAN Wanted To hire a man by the niiiiith or week, on the farm. Pure bred Duroe Jersey boar fur sale. Enterprise Phone Donegal BLACK DIAMOND DEHORNING PENCIL Kvery pencil will dehorn fifty head from ten days to ten months old, for $1. A forfeit of $5 on any calf If It falls to dehorn. Call at store., or write and get a pencil, or sale by Bi L. BATHURST Talma ge, Kans. Court of the 8th Judicial District, with in and for Dickinson county, State of Kansas. In the above entitled case, and to me directed and delivered, I will on Tuesday, the 13th day of January, A. D. 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m., of said day at the front door of the Court House In the rlly of Abilene, Dickinson county, State of Kansas, with ap praisement, sell to the highest bidder for cash In hand the following: to-wlt: The southeast quarter of section twenty-nine (29), township sixteen (161. range three (3) east of the Sixth Principal Meridian In Dickinson county, State of Kansus. The said real estate will be sold pursuant to the Judgment of the court In said cuuse recited In said order of sale. Witness my hand this 10th day of December, 1919. JOHN H. SHERMAN, Sheriff of Dickinson County, Kansas, llwti (Klrst published In the Abilene Weekly itetlector, Dec. 4, 1919) PUBLICATION NOTICE L-"l,J ,VVs- -vw EifffrU I Something 9 Gone wrong r a Next time some thing goes wrong with your Auto Tractor Truck Stationary Engine or Motorcycle don't fume and fuss around 'changing this thing and that blaming everyone from the manufacturer to the garage man. BRING YOUR TROUBLE TO US Probably it is inside where you can't see it when you stand Still you can't hear it but the minute you start you can feel it. Perhaps Your Compression Is Bad Poor compression in an engine is caused by scored or worn cylinders. It causes more trouble more annoyance more profanity and a greater loss of time gasoline oil and money than any other one thing. We Have Equipped Ourselves) to Render Service Our Marvel Cylinder Re-boring Machine No. 5, is the latest improvement for scientifically satisfactorily, and economically re-boring engine cylinders and when we fit them with Marco Oversize Pistons it makes your engine good as new. Come in and see us let us tell you just what is the trouble and what it will cost to fix it. MOTHERS, PREPARE Kansas City, Kans. "When I was a girl just coming into womanhood I became all run-down, weak and nervous. 1 was pule as death; my people became very much alarmed thought I was going into a de cline. My mother took me to our druggist and arked him if be could recommend some med icine that he thought would be good for my rune. He tild her in try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and she did. I hud only taken it a nhortitirae when I began to improve and it was not long when I was well in the best of health. I have since taken 'Favorite Proscription" during expectancy and found it a wonderful help, keeping me well and strong the entire time." MltS. BELLE GAMMON, 2t)19 Roosevelt Ave. WOMAN'S CRIT ICAL TIME Omaha, Nebr.: "I have used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for many years at certain critical times when such s tonic was neeewnry and it never failed to strengthen and build me up. When I was raising my family I took it and always th results were mint satinfactory; then during middle life it helped me to come through in a strong end healthy condition. I am very enthusiastic concerning Dr. Pierce's reme dies and bare recommended them not only to members of my own family but to many others besides and have never beard one complaint. Dr. Pierce's book, the Common Sense Medical Adviser, has been in my hom,. fnr 'A VMt-a nr4 f Lnnn 1 1 am otrari me many a doctor bill, as well as minv of my friends whom I have advined through it." MltS. THOS. fJRAY. 4:tlfl KrskiiMi 8t Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preacrintion is a remedy that anv ailina woman can aafelv take because it is prepared from roots, does not contain alcohol or narootica. Its mmtv clients printed on wrapper. Send 10c. fnr triid nnelcAim nf FAvnrlta Prescrintion tablets to Dr. I'leree n Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. After you eat always take ATONIC I Croft Voim Acip-ftTokAca Instantly relieves Heartburn, Bloat d Gassy raaling. Stops food souring, repeating, and all stomach miseries. AMs dlssstis sad aoastita. Kssns stomach sw est and trou. lucrum Vitality and fsp. BATOKICIs the bsst rsmsdr. Tsas of thou sands wsodsrf alls bsnsfltsd. Onlyeostsaoml or two a dsr to oss it. Positively B-usjrsatssd soolsssoof wowlU rsfaaj monss. Got a US" Jta today. YoawUlaaa, Ilefore the Board of County Commis sioners of Dlikinson County, Kansas. In the matter of the vacation of lot "C", hlnik , and bloek It, of Navarre, Iil. kliiBoii County, Kansas. Notice Is hereby given by Hoy Rock, A. A. Olnmrt ami Abhy Hheets, as Trus tees of The brethren Church ot Navar re, Kim huh, anil Hlnion Ijenhort, owners of the real estnte herein described, that they will present a petition to the ltiiaril of County Commissioners of IMckinHon County, KansRs, on the first Monday In January, A. D. 1920, asking for un oriler from salil board to vacate anil exclude from the town of Navarre, KlrkliiHon County, Kansas, lot "C", In block S, and block 11, of Navarre, Kan sas, and also they will ask for an or der to vacate Splvey Street lying south of said block 11 and Second Street ly Iiik east of snld block 11. All persons Interested Will hereby take notice and. govern themselves accordingly. TH K BRETTTnpN CHURCH OF NAVAIUIE, Hy Roy x.ock -A. A. Olmarf Abby Sheets Trustees ' Simon Lenhert tv (First published In the Abilene Weekly Kellector, Dec. 18, 1819) PUBLICATION NOTICE. - In of Dickinson M. GI.KISSNKH A SON, Abllrse, Kaaaoa. (First published In the Abilene Weekly deflector, Dec. 11, 1919) SHERIFF'S SALE Case Ho. HX20 Hessle fiBXter, J'lalntiff vs. Ceorare L. Miller, A. S. Miller, Ralph It Miller and Charles A. Miller, De- f e niln n 1'rnler and by virtue of an order of cierk of the District Court of Dlckln- sale issued by the Clerk of the District son County, Kansas. the District Court ( ounly, Kansas. F. M. Hcott, J'lalntltT vs. Dsn lei Hcott, et al. Defendants State of Kansas to Daniel Scott, If liv ing. Alice C. Antls, If living. Edward Kelly, If living-, J. W. McGlbbeny. if living, It. Hooker, If living1, Kdmond Kelly, If living, and if dead, their unknown heirs, executors, adminis trators, devlHees. legatees, trustees, and assigns. Katehrlne Antls and Charles H, Ant is, executors, their successors and assigns. The Mercan tile Trust Company, trustees, their successors and assigns and the Union 1'ai lllc Land Company, Its suc cessors and assigns. You and each of yon are hereby notified that you have been sued In the IHstrli-t Court of Dickinson County, Kansas, bv K. M. Scott, plaintiff In the above entitled action and you must answer the petition filed In said action on or before the :jith day of January, lif-'U or sain pennon win oe laKen as true and a judgment In favor of the plaintiff and against each and all of said defendants determining the title, Interest, estate or right to or In and the Hens upon the following described real estate. If any they have, to-wlt: Hltuated In Dickinson County, Kansas, and being lots number fourteen (141 and fifteen (IB) In block number fif teen (l!il of the town of Chapman, Kansas, and decreeing and adjudging that said defendants nor either of them have any title, Interest, estate or right In or any lien upon said lots r any part thereof and quieting plain tiff's title to snld lots and perpetually enjoining and barring said defendants and each of them from asserting any claim whatsoever In or to said lots or real estate adverse to plaintiff or his right of possession of the same will be rendered accordingly. Abilene, Kansas, December 18th, 1919. r . M. HLti r r, Plaintiff. Pv Wm. S. Pease, his Attorney. ATTEST L. K. JKFFCOAT, "Hy follouihj? up the use of 1 in 1 1 iv . -I sires for threo or four peiieintiiiiis we cmi improve the cows we may lnive that is in liinsteiises they will be pret ty jrond snub's find their follow lilt: heifers will usually prove to be jrood workers at the milk pull anil the cream check will look irootl when It arrives. I like these checks. Don't you?" MILKY WAY FARM WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR AliFAlFA LOOSE OR BALED We will always pay the highest market price for Alfalfa delivered to mill. SEE US BEFORE SELLING THE DENVER ALFALFA MILLING COMPANY M. C. STEEN, Manager Geo. Lenhert, Prop.