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way from Erie to greener pastures and
more fertile fields at Clianute.
Died, last Wednesday morning, at
her home about three miles north of
Shaw, after a long and severe attack
of lagrippe, Mrs. John Grady, aged
about 75 yeais. Mr. Grady settled here
in the early days upon the piece of
land In' now occupies, taking It from
nature's wild domain, ami by frugality
and l:i;ltislry ui.t'l,' it one nf the
best farms and most delightful homes
in this vicinity. We learn also that
Mr. Grady is very 111 at the present
Removals John Evans, who had
the "Ryan" farm rented last season,
has moved to Mrs. Woods' farm near
Rollin. Nathan Hunt has rented the
house, barn and a truck patch on the
"Ryan" farm, while Will Bergcr will
farm the cultivated land. Lon Fana
tia, from over near the Twin Mounds,
will occupy the John Hays farm.
Charley Ward will take what Is known
a3 the "Gallup" farm. Dolph Easburn
and Dick Romine have rented the
"Baughman" farm. O. M. Knetzer
will move into the city of Shaw.
Snllced On last Thursday 'Squire
Eckley hied his way through muddy
roads and bad weather to the residence
of Abe Tavlor, about three miles north
cf here, and made two beat as one the
hearts of John Hole and Miss Alice
Overbay. A sumptuous dinner was
prepared and the ceremony was wit
nessed by a number of Invited guests.
In double harness they now will trot,
May joy complete be their future lot,
The roadway smooth, and the weather fair,
No rocks of turmoil, no ruts of care.
Today, (Thursday) Providence per
mitting, and no other interference,
Norman rrouhettwill marry Miss May
Berger. They intend making Erie
their home in the future.
A nice young man and a handsome bride
Will tackle the future Bide by side ;
With pluck and vigor they now begin
You bet your life they will make it win.
Urbana, Kans. , Feb. 23. Fl ae weath
er. Will Flinn is loading a car of corn.
Elvin Noble is building a new stable.
Henry Greve is moving to town to
day. Mr. Wright shipped a car load of hay
Mike Webber is visiting friends here
Comrade C. E. Alexander was in
Jake Pipher is agoing to move here
Comrade Umbarger was in town to
day on business.
J. A. Crowl is making improvements
on his property in town.
W. O. Ilouke expects to move on the
J. Turner farm south of town.
The lies boys are fencing a 50 acre
pasture two miles east of town.
Mr. Conrad, a blacksmith from rar
sons is moving in today. He will work
this season in the "Bell" shop.
Mud drying up. Farmers are at
work and the loafer's club is about
broke up for want of attendance.
Galesburg, Kans., Feb. 24, F. F.
Cain is attending the A. O. U. W.
Grand Lodge at Concordia this week as
R. N. Allen of Chanute, is in our
town on business today.
Daniel Dildine was visiting his
brothey Ira in town last week.
Fred Sailors has gone to Stark to ac
cept a position in a harness shop.
Mrs. Karn visited witli her parents
in Parsons, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Usher of Chanute was selling
tombstones in our vicinity this week.
Everyone is looking forward to the
"Hard Timese Soshul" with much de
light. Miss Nora Dowd closed a very suc
cessful term of school at Prairie Queen
last Saturday. Miss Nora has made a
record in this, her first term that puts
her in the top rank of Neosho teach
ers. On last Wednesday night, about
forty young people gathered at the
residenc of C. II. Cross to give a so
cial entertainment to Chas. Mortz and
S. M. Scholl. All report an enjoyable
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
, A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, mum wi -
40 Years the Standard,
a Ana wjih the cause of two young
Americans "mixing up," the result of
which was the calling or uie doctor ioi
u..ti, ,.nH nn is said to be in a serious
UU i", ,
condition. This occurcd near Hazel
Dell. For shame boys, no one reapers
you any more for this, and some less.
Thayer, Kans., Feb. 21 C. A. Cox
of Clianute, and J. W. Iden of Parsons
were in town last week attending jus
Wonder why Marion Ogg did not go
to the box social last Monday night.'
Thos. McNultv is representing the
Thayer workmen at their Grand Lodge
in Salina this week.
II. G. Lowrance returned last Satur
day, from attending the Grand Lodge
of Masons' at Salina.
Wm. Palmer has been very sick for
a week past, but we are glad to report
at this writing be is some better, and
hopes to be out agai o in a few days.
Harry Hlgglns has moved on to his
father's farm in Wilson county, ne
has rented his place here to Albert
Mathlas, who will occupy it next week.
The family of W. B. Race, has been
having quite a seige of sickness this
winter, for the past two months,
from one to three of them have been
A. D. Lowrance has accepted a po
sition with the firm of G. W. Lowrance
& Son, and will move back to Thayer,
from Independence, Kansas, about
Several parties from Galesburg were
attending the Masonic lodge here last
Saturday night. Among them we
noticed, Wm. Rodman. S. Rosa, C. C.
Cross and Robt. Lytle.
The Rev. Bernard Kelley, presiding
elder of this district will be in Thayer
next Sunday and hold a quarterly meet
ing at the Methodist church. We
wonder if he is still fighting Morrill?
Arthur Carter came down from Cha
nute Sunday, and did not go home un
til Tuesday morning; wonder why
that was; if you Chanute people want
to know, just drop into Freeman's and
ask him about it.
The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E.
church, gave a box social last Monday
night, which was a grand success, both
from a financial standpoint and the
exceedingly fine time which everybody
had who were in attendance.
Earlton, Kans., Feb. 24. 1897. The
protracted meeting at the M. E.
church closed Sunday. The bad roads
caused a poor attendance.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Bean, on Mon
day last, a son.
Mr. Coder moved from Earlton to J.
Gaughan's farm west of town.
Wlnfield Kehrer began work for Mr.
Triplett, south of Urbana, this week.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Twiss was burried last Fri
day. County Commissioner Beach and E.
L. Barnes, of Thayer, gave our city a
Ira May has purchased the Hilton
property and will soon be a permanent
resident of the city.
Adam Chickadonz has a late arrival
at his house, but whether a boy or girl
we have not learned.
Mr. Baughman, the section foreman,
moved from Thayer Tuesday into the
Mr. Lerch moved Into Earlton last
week. Earlton school gains, while
Abbott loses a good pupil, as Emma
will attend here.
D. F. Fackles died at his residence
south west of Earlton on Monday of
pneumonia, after a brief illness. De
ceased was favorably known in this
section. Funeral services were held
at the home today.
An oyster supper was given by the
Summit school last Saturday night to
obtain funds for a school library. We
did not learn the exact results, but
sufficient was obtained to aid consid
erably in the cause of education.
Feb. 23, 1897. Some of our farmers
in the Valley are plowing.
A car load of implements arrived at
Vilas last week.
The singing school at Grand View
closed last night. '
Sam nuff man will work for Uncle
Billy Edwards this season.
Wm. Wilmoth shipped a car of hogs
to Kansas City yesterday.
A general moving is taking place
this week among the renters.
C. W. Anderson who has been very
sick, is now able to be out again.
Aug. Carlson is baling his hay this
week, and is earring it at Vilas.
C. P. Swank received a car load of
No. 1 salt last week from the Hutch
inson Pack Company.
Mr. Torsell will find his steer that
strayed away some time ago at J. E,
Anderson's, five miles south of Vilas.
Misses Clara and Dora York are
down with typhoid fever this week,
and Dr. Jones Is the attending physi
cian. A. T. Peden, formerly an agent at
our station, but of Jefferson City, Mo.,
now, is spending this week at Henry
Ed Lenard.of Chanute, spent Satur 1
day with his mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary
Dutch. Grandma Dutch is very low,
and it is not expected that she can
live throughout the week.
J. C. Richmond closes his term of
school in this district today. Mr. R.
has taught one of the best schools we
have ever had, and we can recommend
him as one of the best teachers that
Wilson county lias at present. .
Vickllengstler is expected to arrive
here from Goodland, Kans., this week.
He will bring back one of Goodland's
fair sex. We welcome him and his
choice to our community. They will
move onto the John Tharp farm next
Last week and this week a number
of small boys, ranging from 8 to 14
years of age, have been bumming the
cars through here. They are all Cha
nute boys, and some of them are sure
to meet with an accident if they are
permitted to keep up this practice.
There is some talk of a hall being
built in our city, and we would sug
gest that it would be a good thing,
for there would at least be two or
three secret orders meet iu it once a
week, and eatertalnments would also
beheld, and, In our judgment, would
pay a fair interest on the money ex
pended for its erection; talk it up,
boys, and let's have a hall.
Feb. 23, 1897. School closes today
until Monday next, and Miss Horr
went home this evening to spend a
Jas. Krousand family were visiting
at J. B. Johnson's today.
Charley Long has moved from the
Coutlett farm to Chanute.
Mr. and Mrs. George were visiting
in Allen county Saturday and Sunday
A good attendance and everything
sold well at Mr. Olson's sale today. As
an auctioneer Herbert Johnson is all
Fred Mosier, Jr., has invested in a
restaurant In Chanute and will give
up farming for this season at least.
Success to you, Fred.
M.Dupey is building a new house on
his farm on Village Creek on the site
of the old home of 25 years ago, and
which they had to abandon years ago
on account of the frequent overflows.
Mr. D evidently has faith in the
- Union Valley, Kans., Feb. 22, 1897
Local news is a little like hen's teeth
Walt Creasy is moving this week.
Arch McDonald and family think of
moving to Chanute soon.
Miss Mae Herman visited relatives
near Earlton last Wednesday.
The young people had a social gath
ering at Will Truitt's last Saturday
John Meade and family have moved
in J. J. McCowan's rent house and
will work for him.
Mrs. John Myers died last Wednes
day morning. The remains were in
terred in Zion cemetery Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Creasy and little
daughter made a pleasant call on J .
A. Biggs and family last Friday even
ing. The people of this vicinity celebrat
ed George Washington's and J. A.
Biggs' birthday with a surprise on the
Center Grove, Kans Feb. 20, The
weather has cleared up again.
Farmers are preparing for a spring
Mrs. Zewell and Mrs. Hall are on the
Mrs. Osborne has been sick the past
The singing school at the school
house is progressing finely,
Captain Stewart attended' the Far
mers' Institute at Chanute last week.
Miss Effle Mullenex of Yates Center
is visiting her Uncle Quill Cochran at
Mr. Will Palstring and sister Lizzie
and Miss Pauline Wiggins visited at
Bert Jay's Sunday.
The dance at Will Glassner's last
Saturday night was highly enjoyed by
all who participated.
Center Grove has lost another of her
young ladles by the marriage of Miss
Stella Jewell to Mr. Wm. Guinane of
Rollin Kans., Feb. 23. Samuel Noff
sker has bought Will Matthews1
property, and will go to batching the
1st of March.
you are going to buy a riding plow
fail to see
carry a full and complete line of
tti- H- T--ri-r TP
11. li. iiijiilJ.
John Osborn will move on the Noll
sker farm the 1st of March.
Brach Osborne shipped a car load of
corn from this place Monday.
Rev. Shordte of Parsons preached at
the North Valley school house Sunday.
Will and Ed Burghart were at Gales
burg and Urbana a part of last week
Malnn Sphoars and family have
moved to Kimball, Kans., leaving Rol
lin without a blacksmith.
Married Feb., 17, '97, Mr. John Os
borne and Miss Emma Johns. Their
many friends join in wishing them a
long and happy journey through life.
Miss Emma Meyer gave a surprise
party Monday night, in honor of her
brother August's birthday. There
were about 30 present; the evening was
spent In playing various games, and at
a late hour refreshments were served,
and the guests departed wishing Aug
ust many more happy birthdays.
The North Valley school had their
exercises for Washington's birthday
Friday afternoon instead of Monday,
There were a number of visitors pres
ent. The nroerram consisted of decla'
mations. songs, dialogues, and a flag
drill. The scholars did creait to Dotu
themselves and teacher.
Farmers wanting flax seed can call
on my agents as follows: C. V. Swank;
Vilas, Kan.; R. V. Myers, Earlton,
Kan.; Will Flinn, Urbana, Kan.;C. R
Fanatia, Shaw, Kan., for terms and
prices and see sample of flax, as we
have the choicest seed that can be
had in any market. 4-16
S. A. WlCKARD.
from V.S.JovrnaX nf JfeKefcu
Prof. W. H. Peeke, who
makes specialty of
Epilepsy, has without
doubt treated and cur
ed more cases than any
living Physician : his
success is astonishinsr.
We have heard of cases
Of so years' standing
tle of his absolute core, free to any sufferers
who may send their P. O. and Express address.
We advise anv one wishine a euro to address
froLW. Jh mKE, F. ., 4 Cedar St., Sew Tori
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.
West 4th St
The Deluionico Statlss!
Ilorses boarded by the day or week at
a reasonable price and tue nest 01 care
Good rigs at reasonable rates.
W. C. OSBORN, Proprietor.
Oriental Liveru anil Feed Stable.
Rnardinsr horses a specialty. Horses
and mules bought lor tne marKei
M. H. STRICKLAND,
North of Oriental hotel
It cored or no pay. We ao not accept om
cent until the patient Is perfectly
Send for pamphlet (free) containing; par
ticulars and names of hundreds wbo ttH
been eared by os. Keference. our Pt1nts,
given la rmmr-blet. ftrs. T DOR "(TON "NOR.
ino Wtth Street. Iwm City, ae.
We have purchased 500 copies of the
Farmers Account Book
and will give them
To each subscriber who navs $1 or
30 days we will give one of these books. This applies to old as well as new
subscribers. This book contains valuable information on planting orchards
and gardens, as to kind and quality of seeds to sow; also gives tables of differ
ent weights and measures, together with all kinds of legal forms, including
deeds, leases, mortgages, awards of arbitrators, agreements, wills, &c. Also a
numuer or oiauK pages, iuiuu 111 such a iuauiiui as iu uu wimtuiuunuj
keeping an account of grain sown; also amount harvested and price reoeived
for same; also work account, &c, &c. Call and see the book and get acquaint
ed. If you do not wish to subscribe, you can buy one of the books for 25 cents.
The Chanute Times,
C. S. NATION, Editor and Prop'r.
S. A. VJ JCJ(ARP,
Grain, Seed and (Joal.
We always have the best grades of
Carpets and Household Goods
I have Buck's Famous
We earrj all
Buggies, Wagons and Farm Implements.
The ChaijUta Meai Marked,
Opposite Chanute Lumber Co.
Dealers in choice fresh and salt meats.
and will give yau the lowest prices and
Farmers having fikst-class young stock to sell will do well to call on me.
Stools- Musi; 13 e TJit.
J. 3. Prop.
Do you intend buying a
Piano or Organ ?
It you do it will pay you to buy of
A, I Mill of Parsons,
as he is in a position to save you mon
ey. He buys direct from the factories
for spot cosh and can
Discount Jtnyhodu's Prices.
Agood selection of makes.
Call or Write.
The Gerrt ShaVirjg Parlor,
HOT AiffP COLD
Opp. Post Office.
I am now prepared to do
work, such as turning, arming ana nimng up u iuu
of machinery, engines especially. Give me a call
AND SEE WHAT I CAN DO.
Chanute Machine Shops &
Jacob Brodorson, Prop.
t j 1 Crf Catalogue conuuus o ws"
V ' : if f pages ol Fancy Toultry, Incu-
X. v rTl J bators, Brooders and a fun
' . linn nf
t raisers. nioiiFuvn.ui
away as follows:
more on subscription during the next
White Enameled Stoves
East Fourth Street.
kinds of Mad Heavy
Also Stoves and Ranges. We sell
Superior Stoves and Ranges and
DAVIS & MISRJxl 1T1
We kill nothing but first-class stock
jfeggLafe a ' jjjjj
j. -"W. 3HoOlloaa.sl3., Prop.
all kinds of machine repair
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EGGS AND INCUBATORS
AT REDUCED PRICES
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