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Friday, June 18 1897-OHANUTE, KANSAS-Friday, June 18 1897.
VOL. XXV, No. 39.
$1.00 per Year.
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I TALE OF TWO COUNTIES.
As Sent in by the Times' Correspondents
from Neosho and Wilson Counties.
Erie.
Tuesday, June 15 J. W. Stipp and
Jas. T. Likens, of Urbana, were in
town Saturday.
W. R. Cline went to Chanute Satur
day. W. II. Johnson, of Chanute was in
the city Monday.
Mrs. Mat Johnson and daughter
Amy are at Ottawa this week.
A little son of Ed Dannelly met with
a very painful accident Sunday. .
Jailer Oliver has been having the
the boarders at the county bastile at
work cleaning up the court house yard,
trimming the trees, etc. .
Judge Stlllwell has been occupied
this week, hearing evidence on a mo
tion to dissolve an attachment in the
case of Matthes vs. Bardwell et al.
Clerk of District Court Bell, is a
good natured fellow, but when a lady
dressed in silk and covered in jewelery
comes in and files a pauper affidavit
on a petition for divorce, his remarks
are more forcible than polite.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Hannah A. Hazard et al to Sarah E. Shepherd
wd lota 1,2, 3, and 4, blk 41 Snover's add to
Thayer II,
S. C. Reed and wife to W. H. Ruff, wd lot 14,
blk 1, Evergreen Park add to Chanute $112'
Carl Clatfelter to J. C. Carter wd lot 17 blk ,
Thayer 50.
W. H. Ruff to InTest. Co.. wd lot 14
blk 4, Evergreen Park add to Chanute 200.
E. W. Smith and wife to Geo. Carter wd lot 18
blk 9, Thayer 150.
Geo. Dodsworth to Y. P. Dodsworth wd nwX
35 29 17 less n 13 acres $1.
Labette Land Imp. Co., to T. P. Sumner wd
nwV4 11 30 17 and lands in Wilson Co. $8200.
Michael L. Qeorae to James McKinney q o d
wK seX and 37 acres sw 27 28 2111.
James McKinney and wife to Joseph Carson
,; wd wVtseH e30 sw)4 27 28 850.
Octavia Divine to Preston Mercer wd lot 1 blk
2 Mission 1160.
John Mattes and wifa to Frrnk J. Coats wd
lots 7 9 and 11 blk 19 and lots 2 4 and 5, blk 30,
Mission $1.
Alverta M. Jarrett to Sarah E. Rhodes, wdsW
ne!i 14 30 17 14000.
Henry Clatfelter and wife to Union Central
Life Ins. Co. wd seH 25 27 17 less Hy. $1900.
Louis Huff to Pleasant A. Fand wd nwK nwH
6 27 21 $25.
Lous M Stopp to John Stp wd swH nwli 20
30 21 $100.
Sheriff Xeosho Co. to L. Rosenthal, shff d. H
se! seH 35 28 18 and lota 5 and 6, blk 1 Ur
bana $68.
Susan J. Berry and hus. to Joseph Jacobs, wd
lots 5 6 7 8 9 10 and 22 blk 11 Galesburg $400.
Jacob W. Rearick and wife to Josiah I. Aikins
wd s. blk 7 South Mound $245.
Grand Lodge A. F. & A. M. of Kansas to Val
can Lodge No 25 A. O. U. W. St Paul, q c d all
int. in lots 8 10 12 and 14, blk 12 Mission and H
Hoie Cemetery $200.
Earlton.
Wednesday, June 16 J. A. Alleman
and Mr. and Mrs. Heilman went to
Kansas City last week.
Dr. Jones' parents visited him last
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Freeman, of
Chanute, visited Earlton Sunday,
i Henry Tearce left on his wheel last
Lluesday for Great Bend, where he in-
Misa Nettie Dewey attended the
Children's Day exercises at the M. E.
church Sunday.
We understand that A. Freeman
Jias purchased the west half of the old
Freeman homestead.
Mrs. Vezle has again been danger
ously ill put has rallied somewhat.
Her parents from Toronto have visit
ed her this week.
Married, at the residence of the
bride's mother near Earlton on Wed
nesday evening, June 9th at 8 p. m.
Mr. William F.Bricker and Miss Ruth
- Elliott. The ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. Vezle in his usual happy
and impressive manner. The wedding
was was a quiet one, as none but the
relatives and a few friends were pres
ent: Mr. Bricker is the only son of
r. B. Bricker, and is an industrious,
steady young man, and junior member
of theblackamith firm of Edwards &
Bricker. Mrs. Bricker has long been
an' active and useful member of the
U. B. church and Sunday school as she
has officiated as organist for the past
three years to the entire satisfaction
of all, and has been prominent in aid
ing the VariOUS CUUrcu cuKilra'
Quit a number of beautiful and use
i f ul presents were received by the young
couple, and all Join in wishins that
their life's journey may be and
prosperous.
I rriv n mam
Wednesdav.June 16. Mrs. Wm. Pal
mer has been quite sick for several
days and Is not much better at this
writing.
J. M. Dunsmore visited Erie in the
interest of the city last week.
Evan Beach, who has been at Tope
ka for a week past is home again.
Don McKay made a business trip to
Chanute the latter part of last week.
Col. A. D. Mathias shipped a car of
hogs to Kansas City Tuesday evening
Chas. Cross of Necdesha is visiting
here this week as the guest of Chas
Evans.
L. O. Madison and A. H. Rinehart
made a business trip to Chanute Tues
bay of this week.
Thos. McNulty, our efficient post
master was somewhat indisposed the
first part of the week.
Mrs. Euarene Buchanon was down
from Earlton Saturday and Sunday
Gene came down Sunday also.
Ed. and Bert Nelson are building an
addition to the McNair property in
the north-west part of town.
Geo. Gelwlx and John Sperry went
to Labette City Monday afternoon
They came home Tuesday evening.
R.J. Barkley. Chanute'i rustling
poultry and egg dealer was looking
after business in Thayer Monday after
noon.
Prof. F. M. Abbott and little son
Zella visited Erie for the purpose of
interviewing our county commission
ers Monday.
Wm. Curr7 has shipped his thresh
Ing machine outfit to the territory and
will spend the season where they have
plenty of wheat to thresh.
Bvron Eldridze. G. W. Lowrance.M
S. Elliott and Zeb Collings were at
Fredonia Monday and Tuesday atten
ding the Winnegar-Newland trial.
Don't allow the lungs to become im'
paired by the continuous irritation of
a cough. It is easier to prevent Con
sumption than to cure it. One Mln
ute Cough Cure taken early, will ward
off any fatal lunsr trouble. Boschert
& Williams.
Shaw.
Tuesday, June 15. Candidates for
county offices are commencing to pop.
There will be not less than four from
this precinct before the pop conven
tion. There failed to be a quorum present
at the meeting called to make arrange
ments to celebrate on or about the
fourth of July.
Elwood Rush, the only republican
road overseer we have had for years,is
doing excellent work on the roads in
this vicinity.
Wheat harvest has already begun.
Last Monday the crop on John Par
sons' farm was cut; the yield and
quality both are good.
With the present outlook for crops
and a creneral feeling of confidence for
the future, what will the pops do for
something to growl about and to fur
nish stook In trade with which to
carry on the campaign this fall? The
grumbling mania has become so
chronic with them tha ; as a last resort
they have inaugurated howling pro
ceedings against their own officials,
from the eovernor of the state down
to road overseer. Even our state
legislators from this district are com
mencing to catch hades at their hands
for their failure in using their ener
gies toward the passage of the maxi
mum freight bill &c. Let the fight
go on. "When rogues fall out, honest
men get their just dues."
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 nazel Salve. It cures
ecezemaand severe skin diseases.
Boschert A Williams.
Gaiesourg.
Wednesday.June 16. Mrs. Corkwell
and Miss Brewster of Thayer were in
town Thursday interviewing our
school board.
D. F. Waggoner returned last Wed
nesday. O. R. Doollttle of St. Paul was In
town Friday.
Rev. P. D. Davis went to Tlttsburg
last Thursday on business.
W. C. Lane was in Erie Thursday
and D. S. Vancleve Friday.
Our enterprising farmer Wm. Rod
man began harvesting Monday.
C. H. Cross and wife have both been
sick, but are better at this writing.
Mrs. Denious of Erie and Mrs. Miller
of Carroll, Iowa, were vlsting in town
last week.
Miss Ruth Bell who has been In Erie
with her grandpa for the past month,
returned home last Friday.
Mrs. S. L. Cooper $ame home last
Monday after a two weeks visit with
her daughter in Kansas City.
F. D. Enlow went to Ilartford last
Wednesday to visit with "our show
boys." lie returned Thursday.
Mn. J. N. Shaw and Mrs. D. B.
Clum returned last Friday from Wich
ita where they had been attending
camp meeting.
We are pleased to report that Mas
ter Eearl Lane, whom we reported
two weeks since as having received an
accidental gun shot is again on our
streets.
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.
Urbana.
Tuesday, June 15. Wheat harvest
began here this week.
Henry Greve has a very sick child.
Corkwell & Trlplett are buying hogs
Noble Bros, are receiving new goods
today.
Elmer Lyons is repairing his thresh'
ing engine.
John C. Biles, of Chanute, was in
town today.
Harry Turner has been laid off and
is home again.
Will Meredith returned to bis home
in Pittsburg yesterday.
Chas. Judy, of Bates County, Mo.,
was visiting here last week.
Mrs. Sharp, of Springfield, Mo., was
visiting relatives here last week.
Mr. Cresey, of Mission townshlp.was
in town today; he is one of the oldest
settlers of the county.
Simon Edwards, Harry, Turner and
others have gone to the river to fish
the remainder of this 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 . &
Willlans.
Leanna.
Tuesday. June 15. Miss Eunice Reed
is visiting her sister Mrs. Cunningham
of numboldt this week.
Elder Ingles preached at Channte
Sunday.
Little Roger Blair Is quite sick at
present.
John Kelso and wife went to Salem
Sunday.
Charley Carpenter went to Gales-
burg Sunday.
Thena Alford has been quite sick
the last few days.
Elder T. J. Alford went to Austin
Sunday to preach.
Perry and Lee Donham visited rela
tives in Stark Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard and daugh
ter visited relatives near Salem Sun
day. Capt. A. P. Gibson is building a fine
barn on his farm two miles south of
town.
There will be Dreachlnel at the
church Sunday morning and evening,
June 20th.
Dieskau Courtney spent Sunday
with his brother 0. D. Courtney at
Savonsburg.
The celebration will be held In Capt.
Gibson's grove one and one-half miles
south of town.
Willie Alford, agent for NewJYork.
Life Ins. Co., went to Humboldt Mon
day on business.
Mrs. Hannah Stafford and daughter
Blanche of Chautauqua Co. have been
visiting their many relatives and
friends here the last week.
Torturing, ichlng, 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.
D. E. McClelland,
Heal Estate, Loan
VAInsurance 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 v .
15? (Deals
AT
Kuhner's Restaurant
OPPOSITE P. O.
Aijierlcai)
Sleaiji
Lalii)dri)i
SCUTH Vim STBEZT.
We do all.klnds of work in our line on
short notice and guarantee first-class
work. Goods called for and delivered.
V. 7.'if)lTH i SONS, Props.
REMOVAL,!
. We have removed our Meat
Market t6 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 in breeding trotters,
pacers, driving, and farm horses to
call at Oriental Barn and see my
horses.
VJLoo,ntx, Q4700.1
Record, 2:291. $12 to insure.
Earl King, $7.
B. Q- StxM.olsJ.ark.ca.
Roomer's
Meat
-yv. .
THE OLD RELIABLE,
Nice clean shop all kinds of
fresh and salt meats always
on hand.
TP. noomor.
UNtlAPPYMPPIE,
Waited tfljjoj
Mexico?
4 fill M f jewelrilverwCkK
H.E.Conklin,
City Laundry.
Goods called for
and delivered. . .
All Work Guaranteed.
East Fourth street.
E. J. Ralstin.
- r ir-r-i-" a
The Greatest of All!
10c
10c
10c
10c
The Greatest sale of desirable goods
just when you need them.
Tcter
We have selected a large line of our
14,15 and i8c wash goods
and have placed them on the counter
at the one price of 10c per yard.
Come Quickly.
lOd
L: B. KEIFER.
The Boston Store
are offering great
Millinery, Capes, Shirt -Waists, Dress
Goods, and
ii'
ALL KINDS OF DRY GOODS.
See our line.
N, DANNEFER,
Don't be
with the
that "So and So" makes the best paint
on earth because "So and So" "never
uses any other kind." Just ask some
one that has tried them all. That's the
way to find out. Our paint stands
The
Bloomheart,Wright
are receiving their new
Shoes, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries, Queensware
and provisions. We always pay the Highest Market Price
for PRODUCE and our goods were all bought to sell at prices
consistent with the tims. Call and see what we have and what
we are doing, and be convinced that we can sell you goods as
cheap as the cheapest.
Qloocpheapt, CDpight 8$ go.
37ox toargains lxx
10c
10c
10c
10c
10 c
bargains in all lines of
idea
that test, and its the cheapest.
HQpde5t9 opus
L S. RILBERAND, Tailor,
will make your clothes
and guarantee a fit; al
so the workmanship.
I Quote You the Following Prices.
All wool suits $15.
Extra fine suits $22 to $25.
Pants all wool, from $3.50
to $7.50.
& Co,
spring stock, consisting
of
Go to KOCH BROS-, Wettumtwt.
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