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THE CIIANUTE TIMES.
$1.00 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1897. Local News. More gas pipe arrived this week. Mr. Gabrlelson of Vilas called Satu r- day. R. N. Allen was at Erie on business Monday. Hoyt Cates returned from Lawrence Saturday. Mrs. G. M. Kerr Is visiting: her par ents at Iola. Thomas McNulty of Thayer was in town Monday. Dr. lies or Urbana was a pleasant caller Saturday. Miss Mamie Dunham is visiting friends at Emporia. Howard Jones returned from Kan sas City last night. The fine rnin Monday night makes farmers happy again. J. J. McCowan and wire were snop- nincr In town Saturday. W. W. James, of Colfax twp.,was in town Saturday trading. C. E. Irvin, of Ridge, Kansas, was a pleasant caller Friday. Miss Georgia Kirk is visiting rela tives near Rest this week. S. A. WicKard and wife went to Kansas City this morning. OJ. A. Wells, of Erie, was in town Monday enroute for Thayer. Ed Portsmouth has begun work on his dwelling in Fourth ward. Frank Carter, of Fredonia, was in town between trains Saturday. Dr. Tom Edwards, of Kansas City, visited in Chanute over Sunday. Art Gilchrist and wife visited Mrs. Gilchrists' relatives in Erie Sunday. Mrs. Ernest II. Stevens.of Gutherie, Ok. , is visiting J. A . Stevens and fam ily. Mrs. Bardwell and daughter, Miss Dora, were visiting in Chanute Fri day. Mrs. A; L.Taylor, of Iola, is visiting her parents and other friends- in this city. Mrs. I. D. Boschert and sister Miss Emma Huey are visiting in Kansas City. Mrs. J. C. Biles is visiting her daugh ter Mrs. f!. "F. Allison at Erie this week. Misses Mable and Jessie Simmons spent Sunday in Chanute visiting rel atives, , Miss Anna Wilder is visiting the Misses Clara and Anna Frances, of Colony. Sam'l, Riggs, of Iola, was in town Sunday visiting his daughte, Mrs. G. M. Kerr. W. A. Wilmoth who buys and ships stock from Vilas was in town Saturday and called. Miss Ethel Barnett, of Hastings, Neb., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Frank Hardesty. Rev. J. B. McBrian of Sedan will be gin a series of meetings at the Chris tiftn church Sunday. Mrs.G. W.Alexander returned toErle Friday after spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. John Roe. Will Campbell, night operator at the Santa Fe, returned from a few weeKs visit to Peoria, 111., Friday. A bie delegation from Chanute will attend the Chautauqua Assembly at Ottawa, leaving this afternoon. A man named Johnson struck out 24 men in a game of ball at Colony Sat urday. K. C. papers please copy. Miss Hannah Axcel returned to Kan sas City Friday after a pleasant visit with her parents and friends here. The Odd Fellows of Buffalo and vicinity will have an all day picnic in nnfTfiin Park near Buffalo tomorrow VC. E. Alexander of Urbana, one of 'the substantial farmers of Canville twp. was In town Saturday and called. C. R. Snyder and wife of Hertha, Sundayed with Ben D. Butler and wife. Mrs. Butler is Mrs. Snyder's mother. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bran rllp. June 5. a daughter of regulation size. Albert is now the proudest man in town. nr. lludbcck rsturned Monday from Kansas City, whither he had gone with Tsels Olson, whom he left at Bethany hospital. C. n. Thomason and daughter, Mrs. Frank Correll, left Friday for a visit among relatives at Omaha, ebraska. Mr. Thomason may spend the summer in Omaha. Our old friend Ed Thurstin, one of the members of the V. F. G. A. was in town Saturday. He expects to have 2,000 to :,000 quarts of blackberries for the market. John Lewis got gay again Saturday and assaulted a couple of people on Fourth street. City Marshal Gilchrist attempted to arrest him, but failed. John is a bad man to' tackle. Elmer Gray played his "Cuban Trio or Becmer of Beemerville" at the opera house Friday and Saturday nights. Those present report that it was pcor enough the first night, but v ivorse the second. J. E. Kelly, one of the substantial farmers and stock men of Big Creek twp., was in town Saturday and called on the Times people. Mr. Kel ly feels good that horses and cattle are such good prices, as he has some to sell "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is advertised for next weeK. The time was when people would turn out. to see this play, but of late years, so many "faKe' concerns have been putting on the play, that it has degeneraieu wonderfully In the estimation of t'eatre goers. We are under obligations of J . V Arthui-s for a box of the largest straw berries we have seen this year. The ilavor of the berry is also excellent. It is the Glendale and Is a late berry, being now at its best. It is an ex cellent berry to go with the Po. -0, as the former is one of the earliest on the market. Richard Greer, of this city and Miss Isabebba Johnson of Buffalo were mar ried Sunday at the home of the bride's parents. They will make their future home at Rosedale Kan.. where Richard has permanent employment. Neode- sha Derrick. E.E.Ashlev a capitalist of N.Y.Clty aid to be worth 8:1,000,000.00 passe throgu town yesterday euroute to bt. raul to visit his cousin J. A. iliitcn- ings and family. Snndav being the regular Decoration day of the 1. O. O. F., the members of this place proceeded to the cemetery and proceeded to place flowers on the graves of deceased brethren and their families. I have been appointed a Justice of the peace for the city of Chanute in the place of J. W. Buchanan, resigned and respectfully solicit a share of your business in my line. J. B. Beatty. tf Mrs. C. A. McCune lefe Monday ror an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Berry, of Nelsonville.Ohio. Mrs. Arthur Doyle accompanied her as far as Indianapolis, Ind. E. O. and J. E. Allison, living two miles south of town, called Monday These boys are both staunch republi cans but are not fooling away mucn time with politics. R. M. Kime has opened a second hand store in tne building west or tne Dailv Meat Market. Mr Kime has a nice line of goods and ought to make it go all right. .T. W. Doucrhertv preached the I O. O. F. sermon at the Baptist church Sunday night. A goodly number or Odd Fellows and Rebekahs were present. Rate Rosenthal will move to uur lino-ton and open a grocery store. Mr. Rosenthal does this so that his wife who is an invalid may be near her rela tives. D. W.Southard who has been employ ed at the Mammoth Racket for some time past will remove his family from Savonsburg to this place soon. Mrs. Sarah J. Wilson, the mother of Matt Wilson of this city died in Otta- was on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson went up there Wednesday. The U. R. K. P. are making an ef fort to get in enough new material to warrantthem in having regular meet ings for drilling purposes. Eddie Harkness began work in the Times office Monday; consequently Fred Nash has lost the title "devil." Henry Lodge and daughter Miss Vera of Erie visited Jesse Parsons and family the latter part of last week. VVorx has begun on Boschert & Williams' new building just east of the Daily Meat Market. Miss Mavme Limbocker has accept ed a position as bookkeeper in the wholesale grocery. Mrs C. P. Garvin and Miss Adelle Gaston Sundayed with relatives and friends in Erie. Miss Helen Koch has accepted a po sition as book-keeper in the Bank of Commerce. Rev. J. T. Ilanna preached at the M. E. church Sunday morning and evening. J. V. Phelps.ons of the pioneer farm ers of Neosha Co. was in town wed nesdav. The seventh annual commencement will be held at Big Creek Chappel June 21. Dr. Brown has remodelled his of fice, making it much more convenient. II. P. Farrelly was up to Ft. Scott on legal business the first of the week. Dr. Fay and wife of Topeka spent Sunday with Frank Hardesty and wife See F. M. Dawdy for everything in the music and sewing mach'ne line, tf Link and W. C. Provin of Rest were in town Wednesday aud called. J. E. Colaw and II. W. Burner of Shaw were in town Wednesday. Delos Johnson returned Sunday from his visit in Oklahoma. Miss Winfield left yesterday for Cherryvrle to visit friends. Mrs. C. A. McCune is treating her dwelling to a coat of paint. Farmers we want your produce at the K. C. Cash Store. J. J. Hurt, J. J. Jones and J. F. Roe were at Erie Monday. Nick Hanson of Vilas was in town Saturday and called. Parsons talks of piping gas from the Noodesha gas fields. Miss Jessie Abbott of Thayer, was in town Saturday. Frank H. Greene of Erie was in town yesterday. Linsey of StPaul was in town yester day and called. New goods recieved daily at the K. C. Cash Store. C. P. Garvin visited in Erie Thursday. Chanute 27 Years Ago Twentv-seven years ago today on June 11. 1870, the plat of the town-site of New Chicago was filed with the register of deedj of this county by 1. C. Jones in behalf of himself, M. T. Jones, S. W. Foster, J. A. Wells, Col. Carpenter, W. B. Fisher, C. II. Pratt and K. P. Stone, who had purchased the farm of 100 acres of Geo. R. Mal cora which was included in the plat. The 80 acres of the Tioga towns-ite wus platted and tiled a few days earlier by the owners, R, O. Prideaux, P. D. Ridenour, S. Ridenour, S. E. Beach and S. K. Wickard. The original owners of .the New Chicago townsite are all living now except Mr. Stone who was killed in Texas over 25 years ago. The old original farm log house of Mr. Malcom stood on the north east corner of Fourth and Center streets. The first house or shanty put up in New Chicago, was built by Mr. Garroute on one of the lots now covered by Dubach's lumberyard and was used for a meat market. The first store in New Chicago was on the cor ner where Alcock's coal office is now, and Bingham fcGaston the proprietors did a large business. On July 4th, 1870, Jones Bros, laid the foundation of the buildsug now Known as the Chanute House where C. A. DunaKin, one of the pioneers of the town, carried on a large business for several years. The first Sunday school and religious ser vices in this town were held in the second stoiy of that building by the Rev. G. W. McMillen. Two months after the town was started there were fourteen saloons running, but on the organization of the town on Aug. 25, 1870 the saloons were compelled to pay a license and were reduced in number over one-half. For the first two years of the town.the principal business was in the block between Junction and Center streets. The principal hotels n earlv davs here, were the City hotel where Dubach's lumber yard stands built by Mr. Kenworthy, Kept by Calhoun & Johnson and the Planters nouse built by Col. J. D. S. P. Fulton on the corner where Mr. Winfield's residence now stands. When it burnt down in July 1S72, it was Kept by L. J. HawKins. Of the 144 names signed to the petition for the consolidation of the towns of New Chicago and Tioga Jan. 1st 1&74 under the name of Chanute, only 14 are living in una nutenow, vIz:-R. N.Allen.S.W. Van San t. W. J. Coulter, S. W. Foster, Alex Baird, Lem Daniels, S. A.WIck- ard, S. Z. Roth, C. P. Dildine, F. M. Groome. G. P. Wilder, J. B. Beatty, L. Newton and George Jenner. Board of Education, The Board of Education met Mon day night in regular session, all the members present except Stone.C.b.Na tlon was elected to fill the vacancy in Second ward cansed by the resignation of Thos. Inman Prof. J. W. Weltner, of Girard, was elected superintendent for the ensuing year at a salary of $8;j0 The teachers' salaries were fixed for the coming year. A few were raised, one or two reduced, but for the most part they remain the same as last year. Miss Nettie Dewey was given the sec ond primary in Fourth ward. The committee on building and grounds was instructed to secure rooms for the sixth and seventh grades; teachers for those grades are not yet employed Snecial Trains to Ottawa. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday June 11th. 12 and 13th. Santa Fe will run a special train, leaving Chanute at 7:30 a. m. arrive at Ottawa at 9:45 a. m.; returning, leave Ottawa at 10:30 p m., $2.05 for the round trip. Farmers. We want your hens Tuesday June 22 Bloomheakt, Wrigiit & Co. tf Ross Coat9, of Rest, was in town Tuesday and of course called on the Times people. Ross is one of the sub stantial young farmers of Pleasant Valley twp., and notwithstanding the hard times during the last four years, has forged ahead a little each year.and now owns a first-class 80-acre farm. R. M. Kime of K. C. has opened the "Rustler"2nd hand store one door west of Daily Market; our goods are nearly new and at prices you never heard of, Will exchange goods of all kinds. 6-18 Prof.Ford is removing with his fam ily to Girard. The Girard folks will find Mr. and Mrs. Ford excellent peo ple. Mrs. A. J. Bartley and Mrs. W. II. Latimer, visited over Sunday with their sister,Mrs.Chas.Mills, of Thayer. Miss Nettie Dewey is rusticating in Wilson county, visiting her brothers. Miss Anna Prange, of Erie, visited relatives in town this week. Chanute is the cleanest, neatest and best kept city in Kansas. II. A. Richardson of Savonsburg was in town Wednesday. Prof. S." W. Black, of Tittsburg, spent Sundav in this city. Uncle Joe McCrary was at Erie on business Wednesday. W. II. Powell, of Erie, was up from Erie Tuesday. Dick Foster is in town the guest of his mother. W. R. Usher returned from Paola Tuesday. Mrs, Joe Stoner is visiting friends in Wichita. Miss Anna Wilder is home from Colony. Rural. Monday, June 7. We are infored that the Standard Oil & Gas Co. will begin work immediately on the gas line beginning at the Benedict well, running east to, and across the south- cast corner of the farm of S. C. Popplno, thence north to the corporation line and Into to Chanute. Various parties along this line have already stated that they would pipe into their homes and use gas for fuel. The frequent showers are shoving vegetation along nicely. J. F. I'ullen assisted by the railroad force is putting up a good grade on the bottom road north of Austin. We learn that Henry Pullen will move back from Missouri and tend his father's farm the balance of this season. Austin." Thursday, June 10. Sunday school was not very well attended last Sun day, on account of rain. Bert Winans is on the sick list. Mr. Tu'leii lsbusy working our roads this week. Mrs. Ada Newbum has been quite sick, but is better. J. T. Williams sold a couple of wag on loads of hogs this week. Andrew McFarlan went to Thayer one day last week after coal. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Adams of Thayer were visiting friends in this vicinity last week. Neosho Valley. Tuesday. June S. The good rain of Tuesday night i very encouraging to the farmers. Mi sb Zoe Blackburn is having the chills. A. F. Blackburn has the finest pota toes in the Valley. Mrs. William Krouse contemplates a visit to her son Charley in Iola. Mr. Kronse has a field of wheat which he says will average forty bushels per acre. Mrs. Garoutte.after visiting friends in the Valley for several days, will take her departure for a summer s visit in the northern part of the state. Fxnuralons via the Santa Fe. Musical Jubilee and Chautauqua Assembly. Ottawa, Kans., and Chau tauqua Assembly at Winfield, Kansas June 15. to 25th. One fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale June 10 t.n2R. Good for return June 26. 6-18 National Educational Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 6 to 9 One fare plus $2 for round trip. Tick ets on sale July 3d, 4th and 5th; good fnr rptnrn .Tnlv 10. 11 and 12. An ex tension to August 31st may be had by depositing ticket with the joint agent nr. AfilwiJiiUpft. - Tennessee Centenial and Interna tional Exposition. Nashville, Tenn., May 1st to Oct. 31st. h are, so per cent, of double one way rate. Tickets on sale to Oct. 15, good for return to Nov. 7. For the Imperial Council of the Mys tic Shrine at Detroit, Mich., June 7tn to 19th; one fare for the round trip; tickets on sale June 5th, 6th and th, Good for return June 13th. For the annnal meeting of the German Baptists at Rosville.Ind. June 6th to 8th,one fare for the roudtrip; tickets on sale June 6th and 8th. J; i nal limit for return 30 days from date sale. L. Rosenthal.II.B.Bell.J. C.Merritt, R. N. Allen.N. Dannefer.G.W. Grebe, II. P. ftarrelly and J. J. Jones went to Erie yesterday to look after business In ni-immlsalnnArs' pnnrt. Reindeer and Diamond flour are the best brands on the market. K. C. Cash Stoke. tf. Mrs. Ed. Portsmouth and daughter Maude went up to Ottawa yesterday to remain during the festivities in that town. Edith and Edna accom nnnid them as far as Colony where t Jill i .iwtnth'a vial. Lilt? Will icuJdiu iui a iiiuii." w . with relatives. Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, San Francisco, California For the above occasion, M. K. & T Rv. will sell one way tickets at the low rate of $22.50. Tickets on sale June 29th. 30th, July 1st, 2nd and 3rd. StoDover at and west of Colorado Canon points allowed. Tickets on sale east bound at above rate, July 12th to 17th, also on Mondays and Thursdays as follows; July 19, 22, 26, 29th, and August 2nd, 5th and 9th. B. D. Bkownell, Agent. We carry Mason's fruit jars. K. C. Cash Store. tf J. A. Hutchings of St. Paul was in town yesterday on business. - A six-room house on South High street for sale cheap for cash. Inquire at this office. tf POULTRY I will pay you the follow ing prices for poultry: Spring chickens, - 10c Hens, ... 4c Ducks, 4c Geese, - 3c Turkeys, hens, - 5c Toms, 4c John F. Barkley. Place your order for CapOn Izlng Tools with me now. V w Grocery Department. Coffee, Arlmckh. XXXX, Lion, Mokaska and Jersey package coITcoh, 11c ir pnckagi. Our ciilnbrntpil Java IShuiil ( ouVn.the lst rousted collne ou tho market; Iiuh hIwhvs lxon held at 3U cents !er pound, hut wo sold it at 2.1c jwr pound. We have, now made, the price at 2Uct and it is now tho groatost cofl'en bargain known, . , . Sjileudid bulk colTon, only 10c per B. Hummel's Colloe Etseuc8,2 boxes 5c Jinking 1'owdei: K. C. Nuking Powder, 25 oz for 25 cts., only 17c per can, Diamond Joe Baking Powder, 25 oz. for 25c, only 15o. Royal Baking Powder, per pkg., .)Xc. "The Racket," best seller of the lot, only 10c per pound can. Calumet Baking Powder, guaranteed to lie the best baking powder ou the market or money refunded : 6 oz cans, 10c ; ltl ozenns, 25c. Flavoring Extraet. 16 oz bottle (pint) lemon essence or extract, only 25 cts. 16 oz bottle (pint) vamlla essence or extract, only 25 cts. This is a splendid article. A splendid leinou or vuuilla extract at 5c K-r bottle. Smoking Tohacco. Cannon Ball.thin cloth sucks, Hi 5c. Big Bale, full pound. INC. Buck Shoe, H pound packages, 4c. Dukes' Mixture, 2 oz packages 4c. Canned Goodl, Canned Corn, Kaw Valley, Vinton and Pride of Illinois, only 5c per can. Gooseberries, 5c per can. Tomatoes 8c per can. 3 B) canned apples, 3 cans for 10c. Spice Cloves, ir pound, 25c. Whole pepper " 10c. Stick Cinnamon, " 20c. Whole alspice " 20c. Ground pepper, best " 20c- " mustard "Ale. " alspice " 20c. " cinnamon " 20c. " Cayenne epper " 30c. " ginger " jc. " cloves " 20c. Cream tarter " 30c. Ground white pepper " 30c. Teat. t inest pkg. tea, in one-jii pugs., nc. Young Hyson, Gunpowder, Basket t irea japan, irora zuc w ouc jwr puuuu WA n..l I ...... .no . mt. a vapv f1nsA 111 II T M m-kt ,1 IV I .TOO u V V. J pin, thereby giving you tea at about half the regular price. The Underbuyers and Dndersellers For Spot Cash. Tho Mammoth Racket Chanute, Kansas. H. L,. Freeman Owner. The WHEN people reaa tne papers, may luim some idea from the different advertise- A 4-V.v nlnaa rf tvi qyiaVi QTlf Q TrrVlO Q TO the most progressive, and at the same time carry the largest stock and offer the best inducements for trade. THE REGULATOR SHOE & CLOTHING HOUSE of Chanute are that kind of people and if yon are in need of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing goods, you will do well to make them a call he fore buying. C. P. Gartfiij & Co, CtfAtflJTE, l(AlSfS. 5. A. W(CI(ARP, GpQin, Seed and (Joal. OfficeBacon block. We always have the best grades of coal. J. B, Beatty y J. f Real Estate.Loan.InsaranGB and Gollection flpnt, I will loan you money at the Lowest Rates, write your insurance in the best companies; and look after all business in my line. Pay your taxes to me. J, J3 Peath), Chai)lifce, lars. Taxes! Taxes! 1X7 viatro pnTrmlfit.fi lists for Neosho and Wilson Counties, and guarantee them correct. June 20 loef Hotr frvr t.hfi navrtifiTit of last half Of 1890 tax. Colletions always Bank of Commerce. Matehen, 200 in a box. best parlor matches. Ti.i-Tnn nr Rnrher's Aiiclmr Matches only lc iier box. Don t mix mese goous iu your innni u'itli ilk) in n box uiMids that are uMiallv sold for lc per box. l'arhage. Suit . II. S. V. P. only 7c packnge. 3 Si bag salt, 4c. or 3 bags for 10c. Best steamed salt in hbls., Mc. Mnirie. 1 Hi naekaiio only 5c. good as any soda mailt. Cow brand. Arm anil Hammer only ic package. Yeast foam. Ralston health yeast lc, per package. Koated quick yeast, zc pucKage. Silk. I. X. L.. Claiiette, Lenox, U bars ror zc. Ab Knan 1U hnru fnr A. German Soap, 15 bars for 2.1c. Cocoa, loug bar hard water soap fc bar. White Cloud, smnll size, 4c, large size 8c. Equal to Ivory or any soap mail". 3 bar flno soap in a box only c uox. Champion 98 per cent pure, He box. Lewis, fc per cent, pure, He box. Greenwich, 8c box. Olil Country Woodash, 8c box. Bull Dog, 5c box. Sapolio, 8c cake. Slnieh. Faultless 4c package, large size 8c. Argo dc. Corn 5c. . , . . Wanhltig l'war. Pearline 4c pkg. Golden 2 pkgs for 5c. Crvstaline 2 pkgs for 5c. Gold Dust 4 i pkg 20c. lilaeklng. T. M. large size, c. box. Frieds No. 5 French, 5c box. Nature's Shoe Shine, lc box. Easy Bright stove polish 5c box. Rising Sun 5c box. Enameline 5c box. 2 hoop wood pails slightly soiled, only 10c each. All kinds of chewing gum 2 packages for 6c. Best steamed salt equal to the Michigan salt, only 89c per barrel. Mason ball top fruit jars one doz in box. The best jar made. Quarts 50c doz. Half gallons. 70c doz. Regulator remitted promptly.