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Hb Urt Friday, June 11 1897-CHANUTE, KANSAS-Friday, June 11 1897. VOL. XXV, No. 38. $1.00 per Year. ( TALE OF TWO COUNTIES. As Sent in by the Times' Correspondents g from Neosho ana Erie. Thursday,. Tune lO.-Miss Anna Mar- low, one of the best lady teatr.ers the county, was calling on the coun sunerlntendent Friday. The Indications are that the July term of court will be the lightest ior many yeari. Geo. E. Smith, of St. Paul, was in town today attending commission ers" court. J. E. Bell and wife visited friends relatives at St. Paul Saturday evening and Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Harbaugh spent a couple of days at Parsons this week visning her sister, Miss Lizzie LaBar. C. A. Cox was in town the first of the week looking after matters pre taining to the Newland damage case. Attorneys II. P. Farrelly, J. J.Jones and C. S. Nation were looking after business in commissioners' court to day. W. S. Marks, the successful peda gogue farmer was transacting busi ness and incidentally talking politics in town one day last week. II. F. Hentzen and son returned from their trip to the territory Satur day. Mr. Hentzen contemplates travelling over the state during the present summer. Tom Dulin of Lincoln twp., was in town Saturday. Tom paid his taxes and transacted other business at the court house and paid his respeccts to the Sentinel man for the purpose of finding out something about the Cas tle Builders of St. Paul. County Attorney. Cline and J. Q. Stratton went fishing one day last week. As Mr. Cline came back with a badly damaged face it is suspicious that they used bait not allowed by law. Mr. Cline says he was driving along on top of the Allen levee and the buggy tipped over and Mr. Stratton says Cline fell into the river, and in trying to pull him out, he struck him on the head with a pole. Some cf the merchants of Chanute have been urging County Attorney Cline to bring suit to dissolve a kind of syndicate, trust or monopoly at that town, of which it seems J. B. Beatty, Alex Baird J. J. Wheatley, Andy Baird and G. W. Wayman are among the prime movers. Mr, Cline has been very busy here and in St. Taul, but hopes to be able in a few days to give the monopolists at Chanute attention. Your correspondent is not acquainted with the gentlemen complained of.but but is satisfied from their actions in violating Senator Farrelly's anti-trust law, that they are all republicans. Your scribe is not a populist, yet he thinks it shameful that these unlaw ful proceedings should be allowed to continue right in Senator Farrelly's own town. We wonder that the Sen ator don't get after these fellows. Query: Is this J. B. Beatty any rela tion to Squire Beatty who was presi dent of the reform-free silver-antl-mo- noDolestic club of Chanute during the campaign of 1896? P. S. We would ad vise these Chanute people to look out as Mr. Cline, our anti-monopoly coun ty attorney, is getting his dander up. P. P. S. Some of the pops here thinK the republicans of Chanute got up said syndicate to tantalize Senator Far relly. The following new cases have been filed in the district court since the last issue: W. II. Groomer vs Narcissus Miller et al. Action to partition land in Che topa and Shiloh townships. Suit filed by J. Q. Stratton for plaintiff. AllieC. Clark vs. Stephen Clark. Action for divorce. Plaintiff alleges abandonment and failure to support, J. i. Stratton filed suit for plaintiff. Sadie Baird vs. R. J. Baird. Action for divorce filed by S. C. Brown. Meda Hackney vs. Wm. Hackney, action for divorce. HEAL ESTATE TKANSFEKS. Geo. M. Morgan aud wifs to Jos. M. Mvers vd. lot 10, blk 4, Dalton, $23. Alonzo Cline.et al to Isaac G.Broom- field, wd. ei swi, 11, 29, 17, $300. Sarah F. Searle to John A. Dosch, wd. e.Vnwr, 31, 27 , 20, $1. . Sheriff Neosho county to Jennie S. Scott shff. d. lot 7, blk 4, Jones' 2nd add to Chanute, 600. iieo. W. Bowden and wife to Alex wnson uouiiwea. ) ander Treadway wd. swi,23, 27, 20,less 5 acres south creeK, vsvv. They are so small that the most sen sitive persons take them.they are so ef fective 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. 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. Earlton. Tuesday, June 8 T. N. Milner was throw from a horse last Friday even ine and his collar bone broken. He was getting along all right at last ac counts. Mrs. J. Rowe of Shaw was visiting her friends In Earlton last week. Stenhen Webber and family, of Mis souri, is visiting his father-in-law, Mr. Yoder. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wingert left for Lebanon, Pa., Tuesday noon for an extended visit. Mrs. James Shepard is building an addition to his dwelling which is quite an improvement. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Wilson on Thursday a fine son. Mother and child doing well while Harrs is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Carpenter were called to Pittsburg by the death of his sister, Mrs. Campbell. They returned Saturday. R. V. Myers is building an office and store-room on the west side of the track. Mr. Heilman is doing the car penter work. Mr. Ames will rebuild his hay barn that was blown down some time ago and enlarge it considerably besides' making it more substantia 1. The county commissioners have at last decided to erect an iron bridge across Turkey creek at the Balch ford. The old bridge has been in an unsafe condition for some time and has been purchased by the township. Thayer. Wednesday, June 9. Thayer needs a i?ood bank and needs it bad. A splendid opening for a good' man in that business. We understand Rev. Elmer Davis has accepted a call from the Indepen dence Christian Church, and will go there at once. O. B. Lukens and Fred Carter were in Erie last Monday. D. F. Nelson and wife drove over to Erie and back last Saturday. Judge Wells of Erie was in town Monday afternoon on business. Dr. Iles.Urbana's rustling physician was on our streets for a short time this morning. Have you been fishing? And what did you catch? is the momentous ques tion of the day. Hon. J. W. Beach is attending the meeting of the county commissioners at Erie this week. David Carson of Urbana was back from Emporia and paid Thayer a visit Wednesday morning. Frank Long has accepted a position in a hotel at Cherryvale and is now at work. Frank is all right. Chas. Evans, Thos. Bendure, Geo. Gelwix and II. G. Lowrance were over to Erie Tuesday of this week. Miss Pearl Sperry, daughter of our fellow townsman John Sperry, spent last week visiting friends at Galesburg. Fred Carter acted in the capacity of night watchman Monday night,during the absence of M. L. Ogg.regular man. F. M. Rooker jr.who has oeen atten ding school at Emporia for some time past, came home on the afternoon train Tuesday. The Misses Mabel. Bertha and Nettie Bailey of Foster, Mo., came in last Thursday afternoon and have been the guests of Misses Ethel and Annie Lowrance until Wednesday of this week, when they returned to their homes. Urbana. Urbana. June 8. Mr. Fowler and family from Smith County, are visit ing his son-in-law, Chester Knowles. A soaking rain last night. -, ( Dave Carson is home again, Frank Foster has a sick child. Rev. Veazie preached here Sunday. Mike llelmicK is drilling a well for Dr. Nelley. Will Beamer shipped a car of hogs from here yesterday. Rob. Manatt has gone to Chanute to work at the Racket. Comrade Lawson Williams went fish ing with the boys last week. Frank Carson is having some good work done on the road near here. Harry Turner has returned to his work with a bridge gang in the Terri tory. Mrs. Fulkerson's mother was visit ing her last week and remained over Sunday. There was a birthday party at J. T. Likens' last Saturday and a large crowd was present. Will Flinn began loading corn into the cars last week, and after having 2 cars almost loaded, took it out and put it in crib to hold for a better mar ket. 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. Shaw. Wednesday, June 9. The sectiou force was increased on the first of the month by the addition of one man. W P. Woods has the levee round his farm nearly completed. C. C. Dutton was up from Erie last Monday on a business trip. The Modoc Club was out in full war paint a week ago last Sunday. Base ball is the favorite pastime of our young men on Saturday, and occasionally on Sunday. Miss Mabel Allen returned last Sat urday from the Christian Endeavor convention held at Topeka. A big crowd of boys at the dance at W. II. Taylor's, but the supply of girls was far below the demand. The S. S. S. S. (Shaw Sliakcsperian Social Society) will be entertained at the home of Miss Sina Morris next Tuesday evening. Shaw only heeds a town hall to make her reputation as complete as one of the most prosperous and progressive villages in the state. Preliminary arrangements have been made for the proper celebration of the Fourth of July at this place. Torturing, iching, scaly skin erup tions, burns and scalds are soothed at once and promptly healed by De Witt's Wich Hazel Salve, the best known cure for piles. Boschert & Williams. GalesDurg. Thursday, June 19. Ed. Schoonover who has been here for six weeks or two months returned to his home in Hardinsburg, Ind. so much improved in health that lie says he is coming back to stay. Miss Anna Herod was in town Mon day. Mrs. G. W. Peck of Neosho Falls is visiting at the Hotel Peck. Wm. Kennedy passed through town Friday with a nice bunch of horses. Mrs. Curtis and Harris of the Valley attended church Sunday here night. Wm. Rodman shipped another car of stock to Kansas City the 1st of the week. Orlen A. Lewis is in town working up the interest of Parsons' business college. Prof. Miller's wife came over from Thayer with him last Tuesday to his singing class. Miss Nora Dowd returned; home Thursday from Emporia where she has been attending school. Miss Maud Cross entertained a few of the selected friends on Thursday night. A pleasant time is reported. C. E. Willis who has been traveling with Mable Calhoun's Uncle Tom'a Cabin Co., for the past two months.re- turned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo Block drove in fromNeodeshaMonday.Mr. Block went by train to Parsons on business and Mrs. Block drove to their former home in Erie for a visit with her many friends. CorrpfpoodnnoA continued on tha laat pnte D. E. McClelland, Real Estate, Loan 'VVEnsurance Agent. Notary Public. Insurance written at lowest rates, collections made and se- cured. Your patronage solic ited. Ollice in Kramer block. Farmers DON'T MISS GETTING ONE OF THOSE . . . AT former's Restaurant OPPOSITE P. O. Aijiericai) Lalii)dri)i 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. 8JIITH i SONS, Props. REMOVAL! We have removed our Meat Market to Tennis' old stand. We keep nothing but first class meat. Barnes Bros. W. H. PURDY has opened up a SHOE SHOP First Door East of Times office. He desires a share of your patronage. All Interested Inbreedingtrotters, pacers, driving, and farm horses to call at Oriental Barn and see my horses. Jl.lozxYXtX'tx 24756. Record, 2:291. $12 to insure. Earl King, $7. 3VE. Or- Striolx.ln.ia.ca. Roomer's Meat THE OLD RELIABLE. Nice clean shop all kinds of fresh and salt meats always on hand. 3?. Itoomor. 9,UNHAPlOTPIEs VouKor Cwnvf Rid rifk'A 'Mexico ' DidrCt krov& i7 .fpwpifti r dirvWA chHAre. nfffffime-JCffOfrvVeAlwAVS tave rhem &K? a full M f jewelr3ilverrife.CI?'cKreT(J H.B.Conklin, City Laundry. Goods called for and delivered. . . All Work Guaranteed. East Fourth street. E. J. Ralstin. VW7 rq . iy LA 2 jj m pi Dress suits, $7.50, $9.00, $10, $11, $12.60 and $13.60. Well made and up-to-date styles and cloths. Padded shoulders, canvased fronts, supported pockets etc. Come and see the line. Off 1 The Boston Store are offering great bargains in all lines of Spring" Goods, Millinery, Capes, Shirt -Waists, Dress Goods, and ALL KINDS OF DRY GOODS. See our line. N, DANNEFER, Don't be Talen in with the 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 1 POO000000OOK00000000000000OOOC Bloomheart,Wriglit & Co. are receiving their new spring stock, consisting of Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Groceries, Queensware and provisions. We always pay the Highest Market Price for PRODUCE and our goods were all bought to sell at prices consistent with the times. Call and see what we have and what we are doing, and be convinced that we can sell you goods as cheap as the cheapest. Qloogiheapt, CDpight $ (Jo. 0XKXOCK00 For lonrsttixxs In idea the that test, and its the cheapest. HQpde5t9 opus L. S. RILBERAND, Tailor, will make your clothes and guarantee a fit; al so the workmanship. Quote You the Following Prices. All wool suits $15. Extra fine suits $22 to $25. Pants all wool, from $3.50 to $7.50. GO tO KOCH BROS , West 4th street.