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Highest Honors World's Fair. DR; mm CREAM mi MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any omer auuiieram 40 Years the Standard CORRESPONDENCE. (Continued from first page.) Delos Greve was smiling yesterday it's a girl. T. Schwartz is shipping cattle and hogs today. . Comrade J. S. Noble went to ' Chiv nute today on business. Sam Robertson shipped a load of hogs and cattle yesterday. II. C. Dryden went to Chanute to day to attend the Tanners' Institute. The valentines received here by the young people was the occasion for much merriment. There was a social party at J. W. Stipp's last Saturday night, and the young people report a pleasant time. The swine plague is raging within a radius of four or five miles of Uebana and the loss has been severe, some farmers loosing almost their entire herds. Mr. VanGordon, son-in-law of J. P. Lyons, has sold out his interest here and is going to Seattle, Washington, to work for the Oregon Navi gation Co. , Born, to Mr. and Mrs. llainlim, on Feb. 13 :h, 1897, a line son of the usual size and weight. We did not learn his politics, but think from his size and apparent ability to protect himself that he must be a republican. We learn with sorrow of the death of Comrade J. II. Itoyer, of Denver, Colo., a short time ago. Joe was well known in this vicinity, some years ago being station agent and postmaster at this place. We learn also that Alfred Boyer, uncle to J. II., also well known here, has been confined to his bed for seven weeks at the home of his sister, Mrs. Bingham, in Pittsburg, Ta. Un cle Alf,as we always called him, is now over 80 years of age, and worked on the first railroad built in the Unit ed States. Steam power was not used then in operating railroads. . Gaiesourg. Galesburg, Kans., Feb, 17. "W. B. Solomon of Chanute, visited with E. B. Kestler, D. B. Clum and other rela tives last week. J. C. Bell who sells the hardware and implements is in Chanute today. Mrs. Boje, W. C. Lane and Eev. J. B. McNabb were in Parsons Tuesday. Mr. Ellis of Stark vicinity was in our neighborhood a day or two the first of the week. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cantley has been very sick, but is re ported better. Ralph, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. O. II. P. Bowers is confined to his bed threatened with pneumonia. M. Ducy shipped a car of hogs, to Kansas City Tuesday. Mike is one of our best farmers and always makes it pay. Six persons received the holy rite of baptism by the triune immersion of the Brethern faith in the baptising of the Christian church on Friday last. Delos Clapsaddle left for Iowa today. Delos is one of our brightest young men and we regret to see him go. however we wish him success in his new field. The next social event and one which la Innlrprl fnpwnrd fn mlth a firma. loal of anticipation, is the "Harde Timz Soshul," to be given at the Stone Hall next Wednesday night. C. E. Ilucklebury has rented the Clough farm and will move out soon. We are sorry to loose our efficient con stable, but as he moves' into another t ..!.! .. 1 Ia. . LUWliailllJ WC IUUSU BUUUilL. G. W. Robinson and F. M. Anderson have sale bills out for the 23rd. They : are going to Kansas City, Mo., where they have made arrangements for their homes for at least one year. J. P. Boner bought the restaurant formerly owned by John Ilanley, one day last week. Mr. Boner is a man of energy and business ability, and no doubt will make a business man. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report i C7 csoaaJTEKr PURE The Valentine Social given at the Christian church, last Monday night, was a success in every particular way. Eveay one enjoyed himself until a late hour, and left the church several dollars better off. J. S. Cantley has opened a new res taurant in the building formerly occu pied by the Daily Meet Market. Mr. Cantley was formerly in the same busi ness and is very popular among our people; we predict for him a liberal patronage. Thayer. Thayer, Kans., Feb. 10, 1897. II. G Lourance left yesterday for Salina, Ks., to attend Masonic grand lodge Mrs. Nigh has been quite sick, but is improving. E. L. Barnes went to Chanute on business Wednesday. Thilip Osborn talks of moving out on his farm this spring. Philip Moyniham has moved from town to the old Parsons farm. George Gelwlx has been and is yet quite sick, not being able to be out. Albert Ray received four or five car loads of cattle for feeding last week Mrs. W. II. Latimer, of Cedarvale, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Mills. Mrs. Sleeper is now lividg in her own house and Mrs. Emery is boarding with her. Mrs. R. D. Arnold and daughter Gracie have been quite sick, but are Improving. George Lorance has been quite dis consolate for some time, but is now looking up again. Miss Bessie Barnes has been quite sick, but is now recovering, and the Major is much pleased. Harry McNulty was up from Coffey' vllle Sunday, visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. Thos. McNulty. Al Eagles and family left last week for Los Angeles, Cal., where they in tend making their future home. The firm of G. Wr. Lourance & Son are doing a large business. They have one of the neatest stores in Southeast ern Kansas. Mrs. Clara Ilerbey, accompanied by Mrs. Wright, arrived here from Kans as City to visit a few days with her parents, 'Squire Long and family. J. Morgan Dunsmore and wife re turned from Topeka Sunday morning. Mrs. Dunsmore will remain here in Thayer. Mr. Dunsmore returned to Topeka. Earlton. Earlton, Kans., Feb. 16, Protracted meeting at the M. E. church this week, conducted by Rev. McNary. John Clopine jr, left for California Monday night. Miss Ella Brown of Humboldt is visi ting in Earlton. Mrs. George Sellman is on the si ck list for the past few days, The sale of Mr. Lerch last Thursday was well attended, and fair prices were realized. Henry Elliott came up from Thayer Saturday. A diminutive moustache accompanied him. Mr. Herbage's youngest child which has been very sick during the past week is slowly improving. Rumor says Earlton is to have three new houses; at present but one i's in sight. A. Chickadonz is beginning his this week, just east of the school house. Mrs. Will Clopine and her sister-in-law, Miss Mary Clopine left for Ne braska Monday night. Will will go through with his team asysoon as the roads will permit. Lizzie Ensminger, aged seventeen, the eldest daughter of Mr. Ensminger died last Friday morning of Cerebro spinal menlngetis. She was injured about two years ago by being thrown from a wagon and had never enterely recovered from the shock. Funeral services Saturday at U. B. church by Rev. Vezie and remains Interred in Earlton cemetery. Vilas. Vilas, Kans., Feb. 16, Items scarce this week. W. T. Peters of Chanute was on our streets yesterday. Sam Sturdevant of Chanute, was ' in Vilas Monday on business. The Santa Fe bridge gang is repair ing the bridge westof town this week. Charley Nation, editor and proprie tor of the Chanute Times was in our city last Thursday. Miss Mary York, who has been at Lansing visiting relatives and friends, returned to her home last Saturday. A special meeting of the voters of this school district is called for on the 20th for the purpose of extending our school term one month. S. A. W?C1(ARP, Grain, Seed and (Joal. Office Uncon block. We always have the best grades of coal. 1 have just ojpon3. Staple and Fancy Grocery Store At VILAS. My stock is all NEW, NEAT AND CLEAN. I hope by fair dealing to receive a liberal share of the patronngo of the" people of Vilas and vicinity. C. JR. SWANK. The Geiji ShaVii)g Parlor, HOT ATMS r Opp. Post Office. a, vxr . MoOullougn, Prop, Miss Sadie Holton, the evangelist who has been conducting a series of metings at the Peach Grove school house, left for her home at Erie today. MARRIED. At the home of the bride's parents, Wednesday evening, Feb. 17th, 1897, Mr. Chas. E. Eiclund and Miss Amanda Peterson were joined in holy matri mony by Rev. S. B. Dyckman. The contracting parties have both been reared in this vicinity. The groom is a son of Mr. Charles Eklund, who came to this country in an early day, and the bride is a daughter of John Peter son, who also came here at an early date, and settled on a farm 4 miles north of Vilas. The groom recently purchased a farm of J. W. Carter, three miles south of Vilas, and has ini- proven Its appearance, and with his bride will soon take up their abode on said place and engage in farming. We join with a host of friends in wishing them success, and a long and prosper ous life. A number of the relatives and friends were in attendance at the wedding; Many useful and ornamen tal presents were received. The eve ning was spent in music, refreshments and singing until a late hour when the guests returned to their homes, Rest. Rest, Kan., Feb. 17, 1897. Farmers are wishing for better weather. Roads are getting passable. Joseph Maxwell is feeding 165 head of cattle. Miss Emma Matagan is working for Mr. Venard. E. F. Maxwell is putting new show cases In his store. Mr. Perry, of Emporia, was in this vicinity Tuesday. W. II. Riley was at Chanute on bus iness Wednesday. We hear that the High Prairie school Is getting very small. Bert Tcmpleman is working for Mr. Kriser, he being Jaid up with "grip." Mr. Harvey N. Offenbacker and Miss Ora Cusey, both of this place, were married by Probate J udge Keck, at Fredonia, last week. The Rest band practiced Monday night. They can play "What a friend we have in Jesus" to a finish and thtn repeat. Success to you, boys. The valentine party at Mr. Losey's last Saturday night was attended by a large crovvd of young people. Each had to take an extra before he left. A number of copies of the Times were distributed at E. F. Maxwell's store last week. This is the best pap er for local news in the 'state. Give Mr. Maxwell your subscription. Union Valley. The question of the day is, "Did you get a valentine?" E. L. Tennis has sold out his meat market in Chanute. Rev. Porter will preach at the F. B. church next Sunday morning. All in vited. SavpniI -nnnila- were absent from school this week on account of bad roads. Mr. Huffman, from near Vilas, was In this vicinity last week taking ord ers for enlarged pictures. Mrs. Ella McDonald and children spent the fore part of this week visit-: ing her motner, Mrs. Bowers. Miss Bertha Savaee. our school teacher, did not get to go home last week on account of the condition of the roads. Bert Kenlev has moved on the Rob erts farm with his brother Ed. We understand that a nephew of Mr. nilt- on's is going to move onto his farm. Rural. Chas. Maclary lost several hogs last week, supposed to be afflicted with hog measles. We understand that Taul Stravelo of Chanute will move on the Hatha way iarm for the coming year as soon as Mr. Maclary vacates. Dr. Sweeney came near being serll ously hurt last week. While moving away . hay he fell through the floor, bruising his face and eyes considerably though not seriously. OOIjD Neosho Valley. Neosho Valley, Kans., Feb. In considerable sickness in the Valley, mostly grippe. E.- B. Johnson has been quite sick, but is improving. The family of A. F. Blackbnrn have been sick with the grippe. Jack Splane and wife spent the day with Harry Downings on Monday last. Mrs. J. D. Thurman returned on Tuesday last, from a visit to her fath er's home In Missouri. Unless we tret better weather soon, it will be very difficult for some to make the annual move, March 1st. Owing to the bad condition of the roans many farmers at a distance will be unable to attend the farmers In stitute that otherwise would have at tended. If the tramps who lodge in our school house would be so Kind as to leave their muddy shoes and tobacco outside the window, it would be men ly appreciated by both teacher and scholars. In Neosho Valley items In last week's Blade, we find the following: "It is now pretty generally concluded that tlie iellow who stole tue two nind quar ters of beef out of Roe.mer's slaughter house, some time ago, was a democrat, ror if lie nad been a republican ne would have taken the whole beer." Correct you are neighbor, had he been a nonulist. he would Have taken tne whole beef and the hide and then look ed around for the liver. Gray's Harness Shop. Harnes, - $15.00 and up Blind bridles, per pair, 1.50 and up Leather collars, - 1.50 Cloth-faced collars, .75 Team lines, per pair, 1.50 and up Breast straps, per pair, .75 . Good buggy whips at 10, 15, 20 and 25 cents. Harness Cleaning and Repairing a Specialty. John Gray. West 4th St The DelraoniBO Stables! Ilorses boarded by the day or week at a reasonable price and the best of care. Good rigs at reasonable rates. W. C. OSBORN, Proprietor. Oriental Liuery and Feed Stable. ft. Boarding horses a specialty. Horses and mules bought for the market. M. G. STRICKLAND, . Proprietor. North of Oriental hotel I Wm Cm of tie Kectuiu poaltiv It eared or no pay. We do not accept one cent until the patient It perfectly corl. Send for pamphlet (free) containing fnll par ticular and name of hundreds who two eared by ns. Referene. onr Pn."" glrtn In pmmnhlet. Dr. TH08NT0N f JIN Ofc 1) WW Pth Street. ! CHy. . 3 Attention, Farmers! If don't I'he JVgws of Kansas and the World twice each week, while It is fresh and Interesting, can be obtained ' for the cost of an ordinary weekly paper by reading The Soim-Weekly Capital is the groat farm and family newspaper of Kansas. 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It can bo taken in the privacy of homo . or ladies use it. Druggists sell autt commend it. one .Dollar nuys a largo Dottle. Piebcb City. Lawrence Countv. Mo. I have been afflicted with Irregular and Painfull Menstruation and very severe Cramping Spells fol-r lowingeach monthly period. After the best doctors V I could find had failed to benefit me. I tried the Wine of Card u I treatment. I commenced luii uutue 1 waa oetuir man x auu oeeu ior We carry ill Buggies, Wagons and Farm Implements. The Chai)Ute Meal Marked, Opposite Chanute Lumber Co.' Dealers In choice fresh and salt meats. and will give yau the lowest prices and Farmers having first-class young stock to sell will do well to call cn me. StooK 3UCu.st Too Fat. T. S- Prop, Carpets and Household Goods See MIL,L,ERi I have Buck's Famous and Ranges. I am now prepared to do all kinds of machine repair work, such as turning, drilling and fitting up all kinds of machinery, engines especially. Givk mk a call AND SEE WHAT I CAN DO. ' Chanute Machine Shops & FOUNDRY. JaooTd Erodoreon, DParojp. Do you intend buying a , Piano or Organ? It you do it will pay you to buy of II EOTcfta, as he is In a Dositlon to save you mon ey, lie buys direct from the factories . for spot cosh and can Discount flnybodj's Prices. Agood selection of makes. i Call or Write. you are going to buy a riding plow fail to see mi, c We carry a full and complete line of Implements. H. B.BELL. has mado arrangements with the publish ers, whereby it can offer AND strictly in advance. Thousands v mending at once, and before I had used a twelve montng. UliTT Y WAxSUB, kinds of Shelf and Hcitj raw H&?v swim R & Implements. Also Stoves and Ranges. We sell Superior Stoves and Ranges and DAWS & MBRR1TT. We kill nothing but first-class stock White Enameled Stoves East Fourth Street.