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Friday, April 30, 1897-CHANUTE, KANSAS-Friday, April 30, 1897.
VOL. XXV, NO. 32;
$1.00 per Year.
TE
THE
TALE OF TWO COUNTIES.
As Sent in by the Times' Correspondents
from Neosho and Wilson Counties.
Erie, Tuesday, April 27, 1S97.-C. A.
Cox, S. C. Brown and Houston (Jarr
L were attending court, Saturday. The
T lnftpp was admitted to tne oar. wnne
here, and is now a full fledged barris
ter.
J, L. Dennison was transacting busi
ng in Tnneka the latter part of last
week.
Afre T)r. Buckwaltcr of Wichita is
visiting her mother Mrs. Lucy Ford,
east of this city.
G. W. Lowrance, Thos. McSulty D,
t nnd TT. rownall of Thayer were
transacting business in this city Fri
day.
John Arnold who has been atten
ding school at Emporia came home
Friday to spend vacation with his par
ents.
Attorney Phil P. Campbell of Titts
burg, was in the city Saturday atten
ding court and shaking hands with old
Neosho county friends.
Dr. A. L. Ford of Galesburg was ad
judged insane by the probate
court Saturday. Sheriff Trange will
take him to Ossawatomie this week
The German Volunteer will be given
in this city on the G, 7 and 8th of May,
under the leadership of W. D. Saphar
for the benefit of the G. A. R's.
Street Commissioner Titser has
force of about twenty men working on
the streets this week, while Marshall
Ilardman is "bossing" the "Wander
ing Willies" at the rock pile.
The County Teachers Examination
was held at the school house in this
city Saturday, and although the wea
Vther was the best we have seen in Kan
sas, quite a number of applicants were
absent. Kindly explain. i-,cl.j
Married: At the residence of the
brides mother in this city Monday
night April 20th, Geo. a Mefford and
Rosa Bodenhammer, The bride is a
daughter of Mrs. Jone Bodenhammer,
and the groom is a young farmer liv
ing south of this city.
The St. Paul correspondent of the
Erie Seutinel seems to be making the
sentinel quite popular in his city.
Thftrp. seems to be a demand for the
Friday Sun, as they call it down there
tiipv s!iv it is the crandest thing out
since the abandonment of the "Sun
day Sun."
Sheriff C. F. Prange and Deputy W.
P. Oliver left Monday for the state
penitentiary with S. P. Pullum and
Mr. Davis and Mr. Daniels, all of
whom have been committed to that
place for burglary and grand larcency.
W. P. Oliver will visit his brother at
the soldiers home at Leavenwortli.be
fore returning.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
IT. G. Conrad, Chanute,
Ella Cocoman. "
J. W. Woesley, Chanute,
Mrs. Clara Keath, "
Okev B. Dakan, Parsons,
Corda Thompson, Neosho Co.
A J. Carroll, Trent.
Sfali Gleson, St. Paul,
C. J. Smith, St. Paul,
Bertha O. Fling, Erie,
Geo. A. Mefford, Erie,
Rose C. Bodenhammer, Erie,
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27.
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KEAfc ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Sheriff Neosho county to Concordia
Loan and Trust Co., shil d. wi 36 and
nel and ei nwl 33, and swl 20 30 13,
55000.
E. W. Smith and wife to Annie Cur
tis, wd 140x130 ft and 25x140 ft. in sci
30 29 18, .
S. R. Combs to Katie Combs, wd lots
6 and 8, blk 25 Mission $1.
Isaah Brown and wife to Robt. N.
Shirley, wd lot 5, 13 30 20,$22o.
Manford G. Strickland to Chas.
Ferguson, wd n. 108 ft., lots 1 and
blk 17, Thayer, ?600.
E.
J
C.
Edward M. Hampton et al to C
Bowman, wd und. i lot 2, blk 2 Wi
nder's 2nd add to Chanute $500.
Albert E. Hampton to C. C Bow
mnn, wd und. 1 lot 2, blk 2, Wimer's
2n:l add to Chanute 1 13.33.
Emanuel Trice and wife to Patrick
K;:llcy, wd lot 3. blk 9, north Erie,
814J. "
John A. Johnston et al to AVm. A.
Johnston, wd n nel and wi swl nel
less Ry., 7 30 20 51400.
Shcriil Neosho county to Daniel
r k1 et al, slid d. swl 8 27 20 S00.
'N St. Paul.
Tuesday, April 271 W. A. Davl ;s
home again after traveling some ti-e
with the Blair Electric Belt Co.
J. A. Brogan made a trip to Tarsons
last Sunday
T. M. Stevenson has had his resi
dence painted.
Miss Daisy Showalter went to Par
sons last Sunday.
Mrs. E. n. Crawford returned from
Parsons last Sunday.
Chas. Neighbors, of Coffeyville, is
visiting In this city.
J. S. Dunn is having his house and
barn painted this week.
M. A. Devine has had his store on
Central Ave. painted.
Mrs. Hagen has had her house pain
ted. Let the good work go on.
Mr. Calvcr Is in this city seeing
about locating a creamery here.
Mrs. Bradbury spent part of last
week in Walnut visiting friends.
The Hay Seed Club gave a dance
in Koenig's hall Monday evening.
Chas. Morarity, of Tarsons, visiled
his parents in this city last Sunday.
Miss Ruth Jones, of Walnut, came
down to the dance Monday evening.
John Butler has accepted a position
as' clerk in JUcurew jc uos urug
Store.
Miss Stella Long, of the Indian Ter
ritory, is visiting Finley Long and
family.
Miss Mattie Molcsworth went to
Kansas City last Monday to visit
friends.
Mrs. J. J. Adams, of New York, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Ilutchings of this city.
W. E. Gregg and wife returned to
Eldorado last Sunday after a visit with
the family of J. W. Wortman.
Mrs. Henry Long, of Topeka, who
has been visiting the family of Finley
Long, returned to her home last Mon
day. S. S. Warner went to Girard last
Sunday to attend the bedside ofhis
his brother who is not expected to
live.
W. F. Null, who has been sick for
some time, is getting weaker daily,
and it is not expected that he will live
long.
The St. Paul public schools closed
last Friday. An entertainment was
given in the afternoon at the Metho
dist church. The entertainment was
good and well attended.
J. M. Boyle, C. P. Hentzen, J. A.
Ilutclnngs, Wm. Brainard, I. J. Dav
is, E. II. Minard. C. W. Ballaine, and
others attended the G. A. R. Encamp
ment at Chanute last week.
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
are never without it. Boschert &
Williams.
Thayer.
Wednesday, April 2S, Joe Stall
building a new fence in front of his
property now occupied by Frank Han
cock and family. A decided improve
ment.
Thos. McNulty and II. G. Lowrance
paid Erie a visit last Friday.
We noticed Mrs. Clark, of Chanute
on our streets the first of the week.
Clay Dryden from near Urbana, was
in Thayer a short time last Monday.
A. L. Palmer, editor of the News,.
paid Chanute a visit Monday of this
week.
Barnhart says if McNulty don't put
up 5 gallons of good kraut, he is going
to boycott the new postoffice depart
ment.
Thos. Hartshorn and two little sons
came up from Oklahoma tne nrst of
the week for a short stay among
friends.
Harry Commons sold four two-year-
old steers last Monday to Riley Newc
fur $200. That's the wny to farm ai.d
make money.
Miss Jennie Ilarbaugh.of Erie, came
in last Friday afternoon and spent a
few days with her uncle, Dr. J. W.
Fergunson and family.
An Uncle Tom's Cabin show was in
t iwn Monday night. They gave their
show i n a tent north of town. The at
tendance was rat'ier light.
Had it not been for the deluge of
farmers in our vicinity would hav
finished planting corn this week,
The enn is all rierht. but then he
don't know his age lust the same
Just ask him whether he is 41 or 42
years old and see what he tells you.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Campbell attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. Campbell's nep
hew Eddie Holcomb, at Neodeshalast
Sunday. He died . of consumption
which was brought on by over-work.
The eleeant big barn of Wm. Mc
Donald, was entirely destroyed by fire
caused by a stroke of lightning one
night last week. Nine head of horses
were burned up, besides a large quan
ity of corn and all his harness. This
was one of the finest barns in this part
of the country. The entire loss
amounts to 2500 or $3000. while the
insurance was only $1000.
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'
nlications and bad effects in which
tills disease often leaves the patient
Boschert & Williams.
Shaw.
Wednesday, April 28. Miss Carrje
Colaw. after a brief visit to friends
and relatives in Erie, returned to her
home last Sunday.
The population of Sliaw is steadily
on the increase. Bill Ilamm is the
proud daddy of a fine boy baby.
Levi Jones and wife and two daugh
ters Mattie and Laura attended the
En'eamnmcnt at Chanute last TliurS'
day.
Last Friday night a very pleasant
time was indulged in by all who par
ticipated in the dance at Dave Doff
man's.
Mr. Kimball has Ins property en
closed witli a bran new picket fence
which adds greatly to its appearance
and convenience.
Ava Road, after sojourning here
and there for the pnst year in search
of better conditions was in Shaw last
week and a part of this with a view of
returning somewhere in this locality.
With the advent of spring weather,
and a glorious old fashioned rain, the
farmers are kicking up their heels in
high glee in the joyful anticipation of
the bountiful crons so general in this
section.
Art Allen stumbled across a den of
ten vouns wolves last Sunday. He
took them to Erie on Monday and re
ceived the ten dollars bounty as pro
vided by law. It was'nt a very good
day for wolves either.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knetzer re
turned from Colorado last Thursday,
whither they had gone on a wedding.
prospecting, pleasure and business
tour. They returned to Kansas, this
part of it especially, better satisfied
than ever before to remain in the land
where the sunflower bloometli, the
cocklebur growcth and the gallinipper
biteth.
What's the matter with Shaw? Noth
ing; she is the best town of her size in
the state. The grumbling and growl
ins about hard times, stringency of
the money market, per capiter, con
ccntration of capital, and etc., has
about ceased and our goods box poli
ticians have joined the crowd who
put their shoulders do tne wheel and
push things along.
Veterinary Surgeon John Hudson
was called to Erie to perform a surgi
cal operation on a valuable colt last
Friday. The same day his services
were in demand about three miles
east of here to attend a valuable horse
which had been cut by barbed wire,
but as the juglar vein was severed,
nothing could be done and the horse
bled to death in a few hours.
E. E. Turner of Compton, Mo.,
writes us that after suffering from
piles for seventeen years, he complete
ly cured theni by using three boxes of
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cures
ecezemaand severe skin diseases.
Boschert & Williams.
Vilas.
Wednesday, April 23. J. N. Taylor
is in Bucyrus, Ohio this week, being
called there to attend the funeral of
his brother, Ben Taylcr.
John Campbell went to Kansas City
Monday. '
J.L. Shinn is carpentering in Vilas
this week.
Jas. Ralls of Fredunia was in this
vicinity over Sunday.
Ed Lake from Pittsburg, Kans., is
in this vicinity this week.
Mrs. Charley Orr has been very sick
but at present is much better.
Dr. Thielin is quite busy attending
the sick, most cases being the measels.
Our section foreman, Mr. Hedeen
D. E. McClelland,
Real Estate, Loan
VIr surance Agent.
Notary Public.
Insurance written at lowest
rates, collections made and se
cured. Your patronage solic
ited. Office in Kramer block.
Farmers
DON'T MISS
GETTING ONE OF
THOSE
15c Algols
AT
Kulincr's Restaurant
. OPPOSITE P. O.
Aijiericai)
Lalirjdriji
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
We do all kinds of work in our line on
short notice and guarantee first-class
work. Goods called for and delivered.
W. T." SMITH SONS, Props.
Kansas City
STEAM
DYE
WORKS.
South Main street Chanute, Kan
sas. Cleaning, Dyeing and Press
ing. All colors.
Wok, Guaranteed.
W. H. PURDY
has opened up a
SHOE SHOP
First door east of Times oflico.
He desires a share
of
your patronage.
N, W. Henry fc Co.
Real Estate,
Loan and
Insurance
Agents.
Will loan money on long or short time. Money
paid when papers nro executed. First door I
west of First National Bank, Chanute, Kansas.
Roomer's
Meat
THE OLD RELIABLE.
Nice clean shop all kinds of
fresh and salt meats always
on hand.
JP. Hoomor,
H. B, Conklin,
JrwrIpi, and
AUUIIUUU U11U
NX rn i
Repairing a Specialty!
"When in need of anything
in my line call and see me.
1st door cast of rostofflce.
ity Laundry.
Goods called for
and delivered . . .
Work Guaranteed.
East Fourth street.
E. J. Ralston.
IGGESTi
Bargains
10 cents for 15
5 cents for 6 1-2
Come Quick.
The Boston Store
are offering great
Millinery, Capes,
Goods, and
ALL KINDS OF DRY GOODS.
See our line.
N. DANNEFER
Davis efe TEerritt
DEALERS IN
Hardware
Stoves, Buggies and Implements,
Olianuto, Kansas,
John Deere and Moline Plows and Implements, Superior Stoves and
Ranges, Quick Meal and Insurance Gasoline. Stoves, &c, &c, &c.
The ChaijUle
Opposite Chanute Lumber Co.
Dealers In choice fresh and salt meats.
and will give yau the lowest prices and
Farmers having first-class young
J3 tools: TiLix&-t Joe 2TVt.
J". S- OHM, Prop,
Don't be
with the
idea
that "So and So" makes the best paint
on earth because' ' 'So and So ' ' 'never
uses any other kind." Just ask some
one that has tried them all. That's
way to find out. Our paint stands
The
Read Vhat Ve do and you wiU know wheret
GdU M HOI y go when you want anything
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 rcfinish 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
ployed in every department of our business. Give us a chance to bid on
West Bids 8. L Track. Ecoijoijii) Paiiji; Shop.
Yet!
cent percales.
prints.
bargains in all lines of
Shirt Waists, Dress
Meat Markefc,
We kill nothing but first-class stock
stock to sell will do well to call cn me.
the
that test, and its the cheapest.
HQPe5t9 Dpug (Jo.
mi
rain Tuesday night, the most of the
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