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h n h i ft , m w v mi i ii ir v rui i m $1.00 per Year. Friday, February 5, 1897-CHANUTE, KANSAS-Friday, February S, 1897. VOL. XXV1No12a CORRESPONDENCE. News From the Seats of . Neosho and Wilson-Counties. Items from Other Points of Int erest Tributary to Chanute. Erie, Kan., Feb. 2, 1897.-C. A. Cox, ;" VI. U Boscliert and John Roe were "'looking after business affairs in the city Saturday. Jay Wells returned toJoplin Mon day', Ex-rrobate Judge Penious is visit ing In Garnett this week. Frank George and John Reynolds went to Chetopa Saturday. Miss Daisy Stevens, of Ilepler, Is visiting relatives in the city. Clerk of the Court J. E. Bell spent Sunday last with his parents near St. Taul. J. A. Wells is looking after business interests in the Indian Teritory this week. Attorney J. L. Denison was attend ' ing to business matters in Chanute Friday. Miss Lizzie LaBar, of Tarsons, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. C. E. Harbaugh. W. E. Johnston, of Chanute, was the guest of F. "N. Brelsford and oth ers Sunday. Arthur Fuller, of Girard, passed through the city Tuesday on his way home from Stark. J. E. Sharrock returned Friday last from Illinois, where he has been for the last two months. Bitter & Sullivan have dissolved partnership. The former will contin ue in the barber business, while the latter has bought Hancock's restau rant. "Cobb" Lamb, editor of the Tarsons Eclipse, was through the city Sunday on his way home from Topcka, where he has been "fishing" after an appoint ment. Miss Ma vine Limbocker and Mes- dames Rena Callaham and A. W. Gil christ were visiting friends in the city x Sunday. C. A. Allen, of the Farsons Business College, is in town this week organiz ing a class in short hand. He has so far succeeded in getting eight, the same to be taught by mail. O. B. Lukins and F. M. Abbott, of Thayer, were in the city. The former was looking after the Interests of the marble works of that city and the lat ter attended teachers examination. Mrs. M. E. Lake and Miss Rose Campbell were taking pictures of the principle business buildings Saturday, a copy of which is to be printed in the illustrated edition of the Record to be published in a few weeks. NEW CASES. Davis & Merritt vs C. A. B. Jackson, abstract of judgment from J. P. court. The Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co. vs Julia A. Donham, foreclosure. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Isaac S. Morse and wife to Mathias Hudson W d lots 1 and 2 blk 20 and lots 7 and 8 Border blk 21 Erie $150. C. II. Mills and wife to Katie Hodg es W d lot 3 blk 18 Jones 5th add to Chanute $750. John Hall and wife to II. J. and R. C. Prange w d 414i acres in 6 29 20 and 31 and 32 28 20 $15,000. John Hanley to Elizabeth lies w d S w! 32 28 19 $2,500. W. W. Royster and wife to Caleb E. Ingle w d lots 4 and 5 blk 1 Roysters add to Chanute $400. II. T. Morrison and wife to John Heller w d lot 1 blk 1 Truitts 2nd add to Chanute $1. Ella Truitt and husband to John neller lot 2 blk 1 Truitts 2nd add to Chanute $110. Ella Truitt and husband to Clannah Coutlett w d lots 1 2 3 4 and 5 blk 6 Truitts 3rd add to Chanute $400. Ella Truitt and husband to Hannah C. Dever w d lot 9 blk 1 Truitts 2nd and lots 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 and 11 Truitts 3rd add to Chanute $1,500. J. M. and Will T. Allen and wives to John Hall q c d pt sei sei and E 35 s i sei 31 28 20 and lots 1 & 2 pt lot 3 and swj nej and pt sei nej and lots 5 and 6, 6 29 20 $2,160. Joseph W. Bohrer and wife to Joseph, Leanah and George M. Bohrer w d lots 2 3 and 6 blk 3 George add to Erie $600. Wra. A. lies and wife to John Han ley w d lots 12 13 and 14 blk 42 Snov er's add to Thayer and Ei nwi 33 29 18 $2,500. St. Paul. St. Paul, Kan., Feb. 3. Patsy Mc Enroe went to Kansas City last week with stock for O'Brien & Co. Miss Maud Long Is visiting friend9 Id Erie. Flnley Long went to Parsons this morning. W. J. Shannon went to Parsons and returned last Friday. Mrs. Bradbury went to Walnut to day to visit relatives. Everybody that hud an Ice house had it filled last week. Mr. Brand, of Denton county, Tex., is visiting Mr. Reynold's family. Claude Patterson was in town on a visit last Saturday and Sunday. IT. A. Clark is preparing to build a new residence in the near future. Mrs. Clark has sold her farm on the bottom to Marion Johnson, of Erie. Mrs. Feilding Scott returned from Greenfiield, Ind.,last Friday morning. Flnley Long and C. O. Boyce were in Walnut on business last Wednes day. ' Mayor Ilcflley has returned home after a short visit in Girard and Pitts burg. Five of J. W. Wortman's family have been on the sick list the past week. R. E. Grecnwell made a flying trip to Topcka last week. Robt. is looking after a state position. . Trivate individuals of our city are preparing to drill for gas here and will commence work soon. Mrs. J. R. Hoop has returned home after an extended visit with her daughtern Pittsburg. Albc'.c Shaffer was called to Ft Scott last Tuesday by the death of his sister, Mrs. Jessie Woods.. Owen Bros, have been painting and repairing the inside of their store room to receive their spring line of goods. Mr. Frank Manauh and Miss Daisy Easier were united in holy matrimony on Wednesday, Jan., 13 at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Manuel Basler, in Walnut Grove township. Mrs. Jessie Woods died at her home in Ft. Scott, last Wednesdaymorning. She lived with her father, Mr. Shaffer, until about a year ago, when she was married to Mr. Wood of Ft. Scott. She has many friends who nionrn her death. Shaw. Shaw, Kan., Feb. 2, 1897. A number of our people are on the sick list. Ben Sparks died on the 28th ult. Mr. Eldrldge, of Erie, was in town the first of the week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan But ler, Jan. 28, 1897, a son, Mr. and Mrs. Fivecoats, of Chanute, visited Mrs. Woods recently. W. F. Glessman went to Parsons last Thursday to represent Shaw Coun cil F. A. A. in district convention. Urbana. Urbana, Kan., Feb. 2. Today is ground hog day. His shadow will be dim. Wra. Carson is able to be out again. Theadore Shwartz is shipping hogs and cattle today. A number of people are suffering from the grippe. Dr. Neely is taKing in hogs for shipment this week. W. II. Nation, of Erie, was in town yesterday on business. R. N. Allen was In town one day last wedk on business. Rev. K L. Vesie preached at the U. B. church last Sabbath at 3 o'clock p. m. Last week was a good week for put ting up ice and the opportunity was well improved. The Widow Judey and son, now liv ing here, but late of Earlton, are going to move to Bate9 county Mo. this week. The culvert just east of R. R. stat ion is badly In need cf some work. We hope the road overseer will look after the same. Mr. Shull received a telegram last Sunday to go to Lansing on Import ant business. He took the north bound train at 4 p. ro. Thayer. Thayer, Kan., Feb. 3. W. II. Hill, of Neodesha, was in town the latter part of the week in the interest of the Forest Oil Co. He was returning some leases which had expired to their owners. The protracted meeting closed at the M. E. church Sunday night. Fred Cone, of the Chanute Sun was seen on our streets last Sunday morn ing. The A. O. U. W. Lodge have moved into their new quarters at the Mason ic hall. McKay & Clute spent the larger part of last week filling the old creamery with Ice. 1 Thos. McNultv was sojourning in Chanute a short time last Saturday afternoon. A. W. Bullard has filled his new Ice house chuck full of ice from the Coffield pond. Ordway well, No. 5 was shot about the middle of last week and proved to be a pretty good little oil well. We hear quite a good many com menting upon the Times since the new editor has assumed control of it. C. A. Cox, of Chanute, was In town Wednesday of this week looking after legal business In Justice Campbell's court. We don't hear much from little "Dunsy, The Bald Hornet" of Neosho Wonder what's the mutter with him up there at Topeka this winter? Joe Geist, our affable and rustling butcher had about 15 men at work several days last week filling his Ice house with ice from lake Richmond. Arthur Carter, of the Chanute Racket accldeutly passed through town last Sunday and took occasion to stop off for a few hours. Strange was'nt it? The peaches and cream social at the residence of A. M. Whittaker, given under the auspices of the Ladies of the Christian church last week was a decided success. Our young people enjoyed them selves hugely last week skating on the Nelson pond. Almost every night skating parties could be seen making their way In that direction. Al Stapleton is home again and has assumed charge of the A. T. & S. F, section hands as foreman, the position he occupied when he left some six months ago to take charge of the steel gang, G. W.- Jwrance and Son are now nicely situated in their new quarters commonly known as the old Kellogg Stand, they having moved their stock of merchandise into the same last Thursday and Friday. E. M. Benbow, of chetopa, state or ganizer for the Patriarchs of America organized a lodge here last Thnssday night. Quite a few Patriarchs came down from Chanute. Among the number we noticed Me&damcs Taylor, Stacy, Lcathy,MItchell, Brovvn, Hoop engarncr and Miss Edith McCrary, Messrs II. A. Koch. G. R. Myers, B. F. Shinn and Hiram Hull. Vilas. Vilas, Kas., Feb. 3, 1897. J. G. And erson and A. A. Rowan went to Fre- donia yesterday as jurors from Colfax township for this term of court. C. W. Anderson Is very sick with lung fever this week. Quite a number of our citizens will attend court at Fredonia this week. S. S. Miles shipped three loads of snapped corn to the Texas market this week. J. Rustamyer is shipping hay from this point this week. He will ship 8 or 10 loads. W. P. Wilmoth and J. 0. Lease each shipped a car load of hogs to Kansas City today. The singlngschool at Grand View is meeting with success. A. B. Connell is the instructor. Stop at the postofflce and get a good cigar from C. P. Swank. He handles the best, made by II. J. Larrick, of Chanute. Lon Postlethwaite, of Neodesha, passed through Vilas Saturday, en route for Buffalo. Mr. P. is in the em ploye of the Forest Oil Co. Alf Carlburg and Herman Landeen, section hands at this place, were laid off last Monday for an indefinite time. Mr: Landeen moved to Channte at once. The Joke this week is on Daddie Lines. All you have to do to secure a treat from him is to say when you meet him: "How do you do, Rev. Lines." P. II. Winipey, well known here, who is now engaged In the hardware business at Burlington, Kansas, is the proud father of a boy, son and mother doing well. We are informed that G. W. Brick ler, of Kech', Kan., formerly of Vilas, will engage in the general merchan dise business at Kechi in the spring. Success to you, Gus. Among those who will move to oth er farms for this season are John Dice, John Rousch, A. S. Brichler, F. D. Thompson, J. P. Ford, P. Were, Lute Ralls, It. Howerton, n. Hengstler and John Tharp. Albert Anderson, who has been vis-. iting his parents and friends for the last month, will return to the western part of the state next week, where he will farm with Gust Carlson, his brother-in-law. (Continued on eighth pace) D. E. McClelland, Real Estate, Loan Mnsurance Agent. Notary Public. Insurance written at lowest rates, collections made and se cured. Your patronage solic ited. Olllce in Kramer block. Mu Winter JVIILLINERY must be sold during the next 4 Weels js 4 to make room for my 5piog goods. Mrs. J. W Lowcy, Go to J. Hudkins FOR A First class Shave or Hair Cut. Ladies hatr dressing a specialty. Raz ors honed and sharpened. First door west of Times office, Chanute, Kansas. Aijiericai) LaUi)diH)l SOUTH MAIN STSSET. We do all kinds of work in our lino on short notice and guarantee first-class work. Goods called for and delivered. W. T. SMITH & SONS, Props. Successor to J. B. Trammell, keeps on hand all kinds of frosli cto jsrilt Meat bologna sausage and oyst ers In their season. Opp. Hysinger & Rosenthal. N. W. Henry fc Co. Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agents. Will loan money on long or short time. Money paid when papers are executed. First door west of First National Bank, Chanute, Kansas. Roomer's Meat Market. THE OLD RELIABLE, Nice clean shop all kinds of fresh and salt meats always on hand. IP. noemor. II. IS. Conklin, .Jewelrn and Siliierwarel Repairing a Specialty! When in need of anything in my line call and see me. 1st door east of Postofflce. Cili) LaUijdri), 000000000000 We have opened a laundry on East 4th street and are prepar ed to do all kinds of laundry work on short notice. We make a specialty of short order work. Give us a call. 000000000000 STEWART 1 CARROLL, Proprietor!. NEW GOODS 000000000000 Carpet Department. 3,000 yards of Straw Mattings at 12tc to 50c per yard. Choice new colorings and strictly fresh made. This is a good bargain come and see us. 000000000000 Seven different makes of Standard Prints. 1,000 yards of dark percales, louisianes, woolenettes, eastlake cheviots, etc., etc. in great variety. Go to Hardware, Pumps and for Agricultural Implements. We carry a complete line of carriages, buggies, wagons, carts, etc. We sell Garland Stoves & Ranges. Also the White sewing machine, the best on the market. Chanute, Kan., Jan. 1, 1897. XI- IQ. 13 11. The Boston Store's Inventory Sale! The mild winter has left us overloaded with goods that Must be Sold to make room. Large line of nice SHAWLS at a great barg ain. Cloaks at Less than Cost of making them. Heavy all wool flannels at 18c. Heavy woolen blankets at $1.27. Men's arctics, worth $1.25 and $1.50, all go at $1.00 per pair. Felt boots and overs $1.75. Nice standard prints, 41c Ginghams, 4c. CLOTHING MUST GO for want of room. N. Dannefer. For "tortrsn-lrLs in for Early Spring Uses. iY oooooooooooooooooo GO tO KOCH BROS-, West 4th street.