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THE CHANUTE
TIME
Friday, April 23, 1897-OHANUTE, KANSAS-Friday, April 23, 1897.
VOL. XXV, NO. 31
$1.00 Der Year.
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TALE OF TWO COUNTIES.
As Sent in by the Times' Correspondents
from Neosho and Wilson Counties.
Erie Wednesday April 21, 1897. Ira
Garvin returned home Friday, last
fmm Ciampim where lie has been act
& J UlU wtJ-o . ,
ing as night operator for the Katy,
E. B. Rail and Sam'l Bender of Kim
hall wprfi attending court the latter
part of the week.
John F. Roe and wife of Chanute
anont. "RjistAP with friends and rela-
tives Id this city.
The Ladies of the M. E. church gave
an Easter sunner in the Steinberger
building Saturday night.
Dr. H. G. Steinberger of Coffeyville
Is visiting his brother Dr. I. Stein
berger in this city this week.
C. E. Locke, the efficient and accom
odating Deputy Register of Deeds was
reading signs in Walnut, Sunday.
David Halfln, a well known carpen
ter of this city Is very low with Pneu
monia. There seems to be no hope for
his recovery
We have heard of summer resorts,
hut never before heard of a Sunday
resort until C. E. Locke began Sunday
trips to Walnut.
F. J. Benedict of Hastings. Nebras
ka, who was visiting his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. C. Benedict last week, re
turned home Friday night.
TT. T,np.fire. Mr. and Mrs. L. Stillwell
Miss Jennie Harbaugh and C. S. Den-
nlann wen t to Chanute today noon to
attend the Encampment. Quite
crowd will go up tomorrow.
The following attorneys have been
in attendance to court during the past
week: John J. Jones, II. P. Farrelly,
C. A. Cox and B. F. Shinn of Chanute,
and W. D. Atkinson, T. N. Sedgwick
and C. II. Kimball of Parsons.
Erie is very well supplied with den
tists this week. Drs. F. E. Doeringof
Coffeyville, A. R. Goddard of Olathe,
W. E. Cutler of St. Paul and
Means of Garnett are all in the city.
The two latter have located here.
We understand that A. J. Huffman
brother to Mrs. J. J. Stratton of this
city who was injured with the cyclone
recently at Chandler, Okla., by hav
ing his hand crushed, is seriously ill;
blood poisoning having set in on his
wound.
Mania Wilson, infant daughter of
Geo' W. Wilson met with a very pain
ful accident Saturday. . While sitting
on the floor near the cook stove play
ing, her mother accidentally tipped a
dishpan of hot water on her, scalding
her very severely all over her right
side. She is much better at this wri
ting. Misses Rena Prange, Blanche Har
baugh, Effle Mason and Lizzie Grable,
Mesdames J. W. Sullivan, M. II. Ken
nedy and A. II. Osborn, and Messrs F.
E. George, F. O. Lodge, Harry Garvin
C. S. Dennison and J. C. Dennious
were among the many who spent Eas
ter in St. Paul.
MAHUIAGE LICENSES,
Irwin G. Martin, Chanute,
Ida M. Parker, Ogden, Utah,
Geo. B. Singleton, Walnut,
Etta Kendall, St. Paul,
27.)
22. f
is; r
Lawrence B. Guy, Stark, 28.
Castella Nungester, Erie, 17.
NEW CASES.
The Travelers Ins. Co.,vs. Joel Met
calf et al foreclosure.
The State of Kansas vs. J. II. Rickle.
Burglary.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. W. Wagner and wife to P. M.
Rodecker, wd ej nwi and lots 1 and 2,
31 29 19 $4000. .
Silas Hummer to Wlllwilla Jarrett,
wd wi nwi 24 28 18 $1500.
John Lucas and wife to Silas O. Mc
Evers, wd ei nel less 2 acres, 8 30 21
$1510.
J jhn Herbert, Trustee, to Henry A.
Wiman, Trustee, wd swt nwi and lot 4,
3 28 19 $1.
J. H. Goddard and wife to J. R. An
tram, qc d swl 24 29 18 $2000.
II. F. Hentzen and wife to H. L.
Harbaugh, qcd lots 2, 3 and 4 blk 34
Erie $1.
IT. L. Harbaugli and wife to F. S.
. Harbaugh. wd lots 2, 3 and 4, blk 34
(TSrieJIOO.
A. R. Hall and wife to David M.
Daugherty, wd sel 23 29 19 $3500.
Anna Frazer to Geo. M. Stoltz. qcd
w nwi 22 29 21 $1000.
Eva S. Fyffe and hus. to Kate Pau-
line Stoner, wd lot 3 blk 15, Jones 4th
add to Chanute $750.
"Neosho County to Chas. R, Metcalf,
tax d nel 24 29 18 $56.42.
Allen P. Mltteer and wife to David
G. Lindsill, wd lot 7, blk 36, New Chi
cago $5.
Lafavette II. Finney and wife to
Globe Invest. Co'., 'wd swH 28 20 $1000,
Globe Invest. Co. to Henry A. Wy
man Trustee, wd swl 4 28 20 $1.
E. O. Freeman and wife to J. A. Al-
leman, wd com. at se cor., lot 7 blk 10,
Earlton w 70 ft. n. 60 ft. e. 70 ft. s. 60
$300. .
Sheriff Neosho county to John H,
mils, shff d. si swl 23 and sel sel and
ni sel 27 30 19 $500.
Many cases of "Grippe" have lately
been cured by One Minute Cough Cure.
This prepared seems especially adap
ted to the cure of this disease. It acts
quickly, thus preventing serious com-
plications and bad effects in which
this disease often leaves the patient
Boschert & Williams.
St. Paul.
Wednesday, April 21. Jerry Shea,
who formerly lived here, was killed in
the switch yards at Joplinlast Friday.
The remains were taken to St. Louis
for burial. Miss Beccy Price, of this
city, his intended, went to St. Louis
last Saturday to attend the funeral.
Sam Murphey spent last week in
Parsons.
The Katy Flyer was abandoned last
Saturday.
Miss Mattie Molesworth spent East
er in Parsons.
J. J. Ryan is building an addition
to his residence.
Mr. Clark, the Erie liveryman, was
intown last week.
Sam Vernum, Sr., made a trip 'to
Parsons last week.
Mell Muller, of Pittsburg, spent
Easter in our city,
E. A. Mapes and wife made a trip
Walnut last Monday.
Biddy McGee is having an addition
built to his residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green were in
town last Wednesday.
Fred and Arthur Johnson were
down from Erie Easter.
Quite a number of people from Erie
spent Sunday in St. Paul.
Ross Hackney was in town this week
shaking hands with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maguire, of Fort
Scott, spent Easter in St. Paul.
Miss Nellie Devin went to Fort
Scott last Friday to spend Easter.
Dr. C. Ballain and Miss Sadie Null
made a trip toGalesburg last Monday.
Mrs. C. E. Null, of Kansas City, is
visiting the family of W. II.Null this
week.
Mrs. F. A. Norwood is having her
residence property painted and re
paired.
Mr. and Mrs. Bough ts and Miss
Keys, of Erie, spent last Thursday in
St. Paul.
Mr. Coyne, of Richland, Kansas, is
visiting the family of Mike Morarity
this week.
Misses Alma Collins and Dora Wood
ruff, of Walnut, are visiting Mrs. F.
A. Norwood.
There is always a large crowd in St.
Paul on Easter, and last Sunday was
no exception.
Mrs. C. E. Benedict and Mrs. Frank
Hardesty, of Chanute, were shopping
in St. Paul last Thursday.
J. A. nutchings is on his farm
north of Erie this week where he is
making some improvements.
C. TJ. Bacon and daughter Ella, of
South Mound, were in town Monday.
Miss Bacon is getting up a music class.
George Singleton and MissEttaKen-
dall were married at Galesburg last
Thursday. The bride lived here some
years ago and was well liked by all.
They came to St. Paul the same day
they were married and spent a few
days with the bride's parents here.
Last Monday was a big day at Col
lege Hall. A large dinner was served.
Football and baseball were other fea
tures of the day. An entertainment
was given in the evening by the pu
pils of the St. Francis School. A
large crowd was out and everybody
had a good time.
Austin Clark and family had a very
narrow escape from being drowned
last Sunday. While fording the river,
which is up a little, the wagon was
carried away. Seizing his wife and
eldest son, he took them to the bank,
swam back, caught the other two
children Just as they were sinking the
third time, and brought them sareiy
to the shore
If you have ever seen a child in the
agony of croup, you can appreciate the
gratitude of the mothers who know
that One Minute Cough Cure relieves
their little ones as quickly as it is ad
ministered. Many homes in this city
n npvpr without it. Boschert &
Williaus.
Urbana.
Tuesday, April 20. John Carkwell
is around this week rinding out now
mnp.h wp nr worth. Everyooay is
very poor just now.
A good shower Sunday night.
Favorable weather for farming.
Widow Lyons is on the sick list.
Mr. Richman was in town today on
business.
Will Flinn savs there is more flax
put in this spring than last.
Mrs. Dryden has been very sick the
past week, but Is better now
The entertainment here Saturday
evening was a complete success.
The musical entertainment here
last week by the Schuyler Family was
well attended.
A number of old comrades from
here will attend the Encampment of
the G. A. R. at Chanute this week.
Farmers are putting in a yery large
acreage of corn, and if the season
proves favorable there will be a large
crop produced.
Ben Yockey has had more trouble
with his well on the lies place. Two
pieces of stone caved in this time and
wedged his drill.
There is an old fashioned man in
this neighborhood who used to "furry"
his ground and "drap" his corn by
hand and "kiver" it with a hoe.
The prospects for fruit of all kind is
ery good in this neighborhood. The
cold weather has kept back the bloom
until the danger of being killed by
frost is past. .
E. E. Turner of Compton, Mo.,
writes us that after suffering from
piles for seventeen years, he complete
ly cured them by using three boxes of
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cures
ecezema and severe skin diseases.
Boschert & Williams.
Neosho Valley.
Monday April 19, 1897 The rain of
the 18th will be a benefit to land that
was plowed wet.
Mrs. McColley visited her daughter
n Chanute, Sunday.
Messrs Blackburn and George have
sprayed their apple trees.
Mrs. William Krouse is quite sick,
being under the care of Dr. Hickey.
From the abundance of blossoms on
tbe trees, our fruit prospect looks
fine.
Mr. Howell was quite severely bit
ten by Joe Thurman's dog one day last
week.
Mrs. Downing returned Wednesday
from Fredonia, where she was visit
ing her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Irom Big Creek
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
sister, Mrs. Jim George.
Mrs, S. S. Dickinson of Larned,Kas.
sister of D. L. Houston is here on a
visit and attending the G. A. R. en
campment. Dr. Barker has set out about three
hundred evergreen trees; he is having
his orchard trimmed, and is making
other improvements on his farm, late
ly purchased from Mrs. Garroutte. He
also talks of erecting a windmill for
irrigating his orchar.1.
It Is surprising what a "wee bit of
a thing" can accomplish. Sick head
ache, constipation, dyspepsia, sour
stomach, dizziness, are quickly ban
ished by De Witt's Little Early Risers
Small pill. Safe pill. Best pill.
Boschert & Williams.
Vilas.
Wednesday, April 21. Well boys
what's the matter with having a good
baseball team? Think about it and
act.
Early sown flax is up and looks fine.
J. E. Hanson has sown sixty acres
of flax.
Dr. Thielin lias purchased a "new
buggy. ' ;
Measles are still prevailing in thi
Cflrrospondencp continued on tlin last page.
D. E. McClelland,
Real Estate, Loan
vInsurance Agent.
Notary Public.
Insurance written at lowest
rates, collections made nnd se
cured. Your patronage solic
ited. Oillce in Kramer block.
My Millinery Opening
commenced yesterday and will last
until tomorrow evening.
Call And Get My Prices
on fine spring millinery goods
they cannot be duplicated.
Mrs. J. R Lowey.
Farmers'
DON'T MISS
GETTING ONE OF
THOSE . .
15( finals
AT
Kuhner's Restaurant
OPPOSITE P. O.
Aijiericai)
Lalii)dri)l
SOUTH MAIN STBEET.
We do all kinds of work in our line on
short notice and guarantee first-class
work. Goods called for and delivered
K.T, SJJITH i SOUS, Props.
W. H. PURDY
has opened up a
SHOE SHOP
First door east of Times office.
He desires a share of
your patronage.
JV. W. Henry & 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, Chanuto, Kansas,
Roomer's
Meat
Market.
THE OLD RELIABLE,
Nice clean shop all kinds of
fresh and salt meats always
on hand.
27. Hoomor.
H. E Conklin,
Jpwplru and
snmarei
Repairing a Specialty!
When in need of anything
in my line call and see me.
1st door east of Postofflce.
Cita) Latiijdri).
oooooooooooo
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 shore order
work.. Give us a call,
oooooooooooo
STEWART 1 CARROLL, Proprietors.
UNTINGS
FOR
JQECORATION
4 1-2 and 8 cents per yard.
The Boston Store
are offering great bargains in ail tines ol
ring
Millinery, Capes,
Goods, and .
ALL KINDS OF
See our line.
N. DANNEFER
We have a complete
stock of Fruit and Orna
mental Trees. Also a full
line of.
Small Fruits
and Green House Plants.
Everything fresh and true
to name.
A few good horses
mules wanted at once
exchange.
JAMES TRUITT
Grain, Seed and foal.
Office Bacon block.
We always have the best grades of
Don't be
aen in
with the. idea
that "So and So" makes the best paint
earth because "So and So" "never
uses any other kind . ' ' Just ask some
one that has tried them all. That's the
way to find out. Our paint stands
The
Iead What We
in our line. We do all kinds of carriage trimming. We remodel old buggy
tops and make them like new. We do all kinds of sign writing. We do all
kinds of painting, paper hanging, graining and finishing. We do all kinds of
wagon and carriage wood work. We do all kinds of Carpenter work. We re
pair and refinish all kinds of stucco frames, statues and bricabrac work. All
work in every department warranted to be the very best of Its class. Our
prices are below all competition. None but first-class, careful artisans em-
inujeu iu cycijt ueyui tmein ui our Dusiness. utTC us a chance to bid on
your work.
West sld S. E. Track.
KEIFER
Shirt Waists, Dress
.
DRY GOODS.
or
in
& SONS, Chanute, Kan.
coal.
X
V... St,
that test, and its the cheapest
HQpdcst9 Biug (Jo.
do
and you will know where to
go when you want anvthlne
t i n
-,.
Ecoi)oijii) Paii)l Shop,

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