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some new very fine ...Dinner Sets... We have some. Novelties in the Dish Line.... We also have a few elegant Chamber sets See Them. mone Bros. Go to KOCH BROS-, west See my Corn Planter Attachment at Baird's Blacksmith Shop. D. W. Matsler. I HAVE OPENED A Tin Repair Snop in the old Carter building. REPAIRING - GASOLINE - STOVES A SPECIALTY. J-.3R.. LOAVES -sr. CALL ON ME FOR A FIRST-CLASS fDeol op LanQh OPEN DAY 'AND NIGHT. James flf)(IeeOep. MITCH ELS' OLD STAND. BARNES BROS.' MEAT MARKET At Hufford's old stand. Give us a call. . . BARNES BROS. PILES-FISTULA rtJ I mm mm aof the Keetum pmltlw. ly eared or no pay. We do not accept one cent until the patient U perfectly cored. Send for pamphlet (free) containing full par ticulars and name of hundreds who lava been enred by ua. EeferPTicn. onr Pa6" given In pumph let. Dra. THORNTON JJNOR. 100 Went 9th Street. Eaanaa City, . 10 VIARt KXPERIKNCI. 4" TRADI MARKS 'lH'1 COPYRICHTS Ac. w I A. Anyone .wnuina bu Ouicklr ascertain, free, whether an Invention Is DrobublT patentable. Communications strictly eonAdentlaL. OMeai aeancy fornecurlng patents In America. We ha a Waablngtou office. Patent taken through Jtuim Co. reeaiTS special notice In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, bMntlfnlly Illustrated, Unrest circulation of any noentlne Journal, weekiy.termiti.0U a jeart II So aix month, f oertmen copies and Ui.lD hovtL Oil i'iTiVTS ml free. Address MUNN A CO., 381 Preaaway. Hew Yerk. . mi - . . ami. il ii. n.l tat I iin ma. ana 4th street, The DelmoniGO State! Horses boarded by the day or week at reasonable price ana ine dcss ui cic. Goo d xigs at reasonable rates. W. C, OSBORN, Proprietor. Gray's Harness Shop. Harness - - - $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 Oriental Liieru and Peed Stable, Boarding horses a specialty. Horses and mules bought for the market. M. G. STRICKLAND, Proprietor. North of Oriental hotel Vom TT.SJomaX a JMfcsal ?rof. W. E. Peeke, who makes a specialty of Epilepsy, hai without doubt treated and cur ed more case than any living Physician t hfa success ii astonishing. We hava heard of cases of ao years' standing cures oy mm. ni eublishet valuable work on thia dis ease, which he senaa with larsre bot tle of hla absolute cure, free to any sufferers who may send their P. O. and Express address. We advise any one wishing a cure to address frotW.tf, EflST, T. 4 CUr St., Bow Tort Wanted-An Idea Who ean think it um. almoin thing to patent? Write JOHN WKDDERBuRN ft CO., Patent Attor neys. Wanhlmrton, D. 0., for their 1,800 prise offer and new IMvt out thousand Indentions wanted. Brine Your . , job work to mmmmmmmtA:' - - - ..Win JL-JC - 5 Old Clffi en THE TIMES. CORRESPONDENCE. (Coutlnued from first page.) vicinity. A number of our citizens are at Vi las this week. W. P. WImoth is shipping hogs to Kansas City today. F. D. Thompson visited his father near Morehead Sunday. : t Mrs. Parker, of Lansing, Kan., rela tive of Sarah & York, arrived here Monday. . Sherman Carter was on our streets last week. His school closed two weeks ago. Rev. Young will preach at the Peach Grove school house netft Sunday at 4 o'clock. Chas. Smith, township assessor, was looking after the personal property In Vilas yesterday. P. II. Wimpcy. of Burlington, Is vis' ItingatA. S. Brlckler's and other friends this week. Chas. Ecklund lias a fine car load of fat steers that he will soon put on the Kansas City market. Jess Wllklns fell off a load of fodder yesterday and received a very severe shock, but not dangerous. Robert Pucket, of Webster town ship, candidate for register of deeds, was In our city yesterday. An old comrade of William Sharp is is visiting him this week and attend ing the Encampment at Clianute. Barney Thlelin had the misfortune to get a finger in his corn-grinder and mashed it so badly that it had to be taken off in the second joint. Perry Anderson sold to Wllmoth this week, 32 head of hogs averaging over 300 pounds to the head. Age of hogs from nine to ten months. The city election last Saturday was very exciting and lraud was found in abundance. The old officers will hold over until another meeting of the council is called, and the election fully investigated. Dona York died April 20th, 1897. Dona, though gone will be remem bered by a number of friends and com panions who were her associates through life. Her sister Clara died two weeks previous; both of these were school children of the writer, and closely attached to a number of school mates who mourn their departure; we regret very much and sympathize with friends and relatives in their be reavement. Miss Dona was conscious to the last, and requested the text that her fun rral should be preached from. She also sang a song before her death (Shall we Meet Beyond the River) in which her friends joined In the singing. She was interred in the cemetery at the High Prairie M. E. church on April 21st, 1897. They are so small that the most sen sitive persons take them.they are so ef fect! ve that the most obstinate cases of constipation.headache and torpid liver yield to them. That is the way De Witt's Little Early Risers are known as the famous little pills. Boschert & Williams. Shaw. Wednesday, April 21. Fishing par ties are numerous about this time,but the catcli is rather limited. Miss Sadie Berger was down from Clianute last Sunday on a brief visit to her parents. The saw mill which was moved temporarily to Big Creek, will resume operations here next week. Mrs. Ida Lee, of Clianute, was visit ing her parents. Mr. and Mis. James Phelps, the fore part of the week. A dance at David Hunt's on the west side of the river last Saturday night was the scene of much pleasure and enjoyment. Most of the G. A. R. boys in this vi cinity say they are most too busy to spend much time at the Clianute en campment. James Kirk, of Sedalia, Mo., was looking over the territory in and around Shaw last week with a view of purchasing and locating in this vicin ity. Jake Mann contemplates moving from this vicinity in search of apoth er location. We shall be sorry to lose him, as he is a good, straightforward citizen. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CHEAT.! mum MOST PERFECT MADE. Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre torn Ammonia, Alum or ny other adulterant Bill Hamm has quit paying rent and moved into a house of his own in the north Dart of town. He has taken his old place on the section force of the Santa Fe Railway. Shaw is the only town in the county in which there is no "love feast" indulged in for the olllce of postmas ter. Another evidence of peace, tran quility and good nature of our citi zens. Sunday school at 10 a. m. every Sunday; singing Bchool at 4 p. m; Christian Endeavor at 7:30 p. m., and preaching at 11 a. m. every two weeks at the Christian church, to which ev erybody is respectfully invited. Don't allow the lungs to become im paired by the continuous irrltatioa of a cough. It is easier to prevent con sumption than to cure it. One Min ute Cough Cure taken early, will ward off any fatal lung trouble. Boschert & Williams. Stark. Tuesday April 20, 1897. Mr. Bollin linger and Mr. Eastman of Porter vllle were in town Monday. Lester Purdy has a new typewriter. Mr. Harper's barn was burned down last Monday forenoon. It burned one horse and damaged a great deal of corn and it took hard work to keep the lumber yard from burning. Anna Thompson visited in Erie.Sun day and Monday. There was an elocutionary enter tainment given at the hall Wednesday night. Oscar and Albert Stewart attended to business In Missouri the last of last week. Dr, Cecil is building an addition of five rooms to his residence. Henry -Masters moved to Kimball last week. J. R. Long will move in the corner store as soon as it is complete. Mr. Wrestler has moved in the sec ond story of the confectionary buil ding. The rain was a welcome visitor Sun day evening although it prevented preaching services, The passenger trains on this road have changed time a few minutes. Mr. Templer of Porterville was in town the first of the week. Miss Mary Woodruff of Savonburg was In town Monday. Jno. Purdy was in Walnut the first of the week. Torturing, idling, scaly skin erup tions, burns and scalds are soothed at once and promptly healed by DeWltt's Wlch Hazel Salve, the best known cure for piles. Boschert & Williams. Usher Bros., the marble men can and will sell you monuments cheaper than any traveling agent, and you can see the work at their shop. No guess work about it. 3-5 tf. Thayer. Wednesday April 21, 1897. A. L. Palmer made a business trip to Cha nute the first of the week. J. M. Dunsmore went to Chanute Tuesday to attend the reunion. Dr. Blaksley of Neodesha was in town for a short time last Tuesday morning. Col. A. D. Mathias, Thos. McNulty and Eli Hayden visited Chanute one day last week. Miss Rosa Green and County Supt. Miss Lizzie Frazier visited our public schools last week. Mrs. Josle Hart, nee Moore, of Cha nute is visiting her mother, Mrs. T. J. Foultz, this week. Mrs. VanCourt, a sister of Mrs. J. F. Long from Alliance, Neb., is visi ting here this week. Old friends of II. Crain and wife from Benedict were visiting them last Saturday and Sunday. The Misses Dell Fergunson, Edna Smith and Maggie Whittaker drove over to Galesburg last Sunday. G. W. Lowrance, Ed Smith, M." S. Elliott and others went to Chanute Wednesday to attend the Encamp ment. Miss Edith Green accompanied by her sister Miss Rose of Erie spent last Saturday and Sunday with her sister at Galesburg, Mrs. Bell. Miss Lizzie Insley left on the after noon train for Illinois, where she will remain indefinitely. Ilsr many friends regret very much to have her go away. Mrs. Nellie Tracy and Miss Annie McNulty of K. C, daughters of our new postmastpr, Thomas McNulty came in Tuesday afternoon for a week's visit. , Ed and Bert Nelson have returned from their Port Arthur trip, after a a stay of about ten days. They did not like it down there, and are better satisfied with Thayer than ever. Chas. O. Sexton a former reiident of Thaver. but of late a citizen of Neode sha. has started a new grocery store in the Insley building. Chas. Is a de serving young man, well known to our citizens, and ought to do well in his llllHHIIIIIIHHIIIHilllllllHIII6IIIIIIHBii"M tuUS ArlU InuUDAIUKw , AT REDUCED PRICES Our Mammoth Illustrated Catalogue contains 70 large pages of Fancy Poultry, Incu bators, Brooders and a full rti line of Poultry Sunnllos. hi. . urtkj-V 1 tfia5l THE Kaisers, irltst IWU UKtAI ouuao fubiI""u lu .. ...X.- ,. " . Eli ii 1 1 1 ii 1 1 ii i S. W. STURDEVANT, President. The Qgd o? (Jomgnepe, (INCOBPOBATED) (Jhanute, Fjcmsas. A general banking business transacted. Always con servatively managed. We solicit your patronage, promising the best of care for your interests, Every favor consistent with good banking ex ended to patrons. Carpets and Household Goods oe MILsLsER; I have Buck's Famous and Ranges. DEALERS IN Hardware Stoves, Buggies and Implements, OliaaxruLte, Kansas, John Deere and Moline Plows and Implements, Superior Stoves and Ranges, Quick Meal and Insurance Gasoline Stoves, &c, &c, &c. The Chai)Uie Meat Market, 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 on me. Stools. nVEuist "toe Jftxt. 13. OHM, JLProp). Do you intend buying a Piano or Organ? It you do it will pay you to buy of A, M. HUiTTEH of as he is in a position to saw you mon ey. He buys direct from the factories for spot cosh and can Discoilnt flnuhodu's Prices. Agood selection of makes. Call or Write. The Gerji ShaVii)g Parlor, HOT A-MT COLD Opp. Post Office. T. W. mouuixousxi, -- -'-' 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. Give me a call AND SEE WHAT I CAN DO. Chanute Machine Shops & FOUNDRY. jnoob Broderson, JProjp. My Pamoils Jack, will make the season 01 1!'7 at m y res ! denc on the S. A. Wickard farm, one and one-half miloa snntli of Cha nute, KansHt BlaGk Joe" ) r i ll n afcisussi i.n iihisww.-' mi if... . sista ' COLUMBIAN POULTRY BOOK 1 1 1 1 1 ii ii i i'i FREEPORT, ILLINOIS, U. 8. A. 4 J. L. LYEN, Cashit White Enameled Stoves East Fourth Street. We kill nothing but first-class stock . J Terms: to insure living colt. Owner- 40 Years the Standards new undertaking.