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7 ; ''4 V CH ati rrir TTTT IT j 1 "" mIL - JL JL f 1 -l H nil ni w Ji y. a. n $1.00 per Year. TALE OF TWO COUNTIES. As Sent in by the Times' Correspondents from Neosho and Wilson Counties. Erie. W. K.Cline was at Chaaute the first of the week. Judge Stlllwell is holding court in Iola this week. Attv. .T. L. Denlson was up at Iola the first of the week looking after matters in the district court. Miss Lizzie LaBar has resigned her place with the Foley Printing Com pany, of ParsoDs, and is at home once more. ' ,'" ; ' The pops are busy trying to make up a slate for tills fall... - They are having trouble in fiuding a man to ruu for 6heriff. I!KAL ESTATE T11ANSFE11S. Mary J. Bloomlmrt to DnnielBloorulmrt, qcd und nM nc!4 25 21 19 ?0. Elizabeth M. Wherrett nml bus. to A. J. V nt kins, wd lot 3 and s. 1-10 lot 2 blk a.AUeu's Pros pect Hill ndd Ji:0. Billy Bloomhart nnd wife to Mary J. Bloom hart, qcd lots 11 and 12 blk 33, Now CliicnKO 81. Dauiol Bloomhart et al to Mary J. Bloomhart, qcd lots 11 and 12 blk 33, New Chicago $100. Thomas Wolls and wife to II. A. Reynold, wd lots 1 and 2, blk 0, Stark $100. Irene Dobbins to Jno. E. Dobbin? and Marga ret F. Asliford, wd und 'A no)4 9 30 21, less 10 ac. in se. cor. $1. H. M. Brewster and hus. to Lawrence Natl. Bank q c d lot 2, blk 1, lots 15 and 10, blk 2, lots 1 to 28, blk3 lots 12 llUSTAJ 21 22, blk 5, Work's add SflOO. Aunio E. Marklo to Rosa K. Boman, wd B0xl68V4 ft in sw!4 sw4 21 27 18 3175. John E. Merritt and wife to Jolm F. Lench.wd lots 6 and 7 blk 20, North Erio $125. John F. Leach and wife to A. J. Allen, wd lots 6 and 7, blk 20, North Erie $150. Harriot A. Miller et al to Elizabeth Weuder lich, wd wV4 nw'i 2ti 30 20 $600. J. N. Shaw and wife to Arthur N. Triplet!, wd oK lot 7 blk 3 Gnlesburt? $0, Susan Loolittle and hus. to Arthur N. Trip- V lott, wd 66x110 ft lot 7 blk 1, GalesburR $100. V Jnmos Elston and wife to Mary M. Biugley.wd P seV, sw west R, 32 2 IS 200. M. A. BirlKlelue til to Mary M. Ilineley, wd neH swM and nwM se'4 wost Ry. 32 27 18 except a strip 30 ft wide $200. They are so small that the most sen sitive persons take them, they are sd 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. Earlton. Wednesday June 23. Mrs. J. A. Alleman left Mouday for a short visit with her sister at Ottawa. William Ocker came down from Kansas City Monday. Dr. Jones and Rev. N. L.Vezie were in Chanute Tuesday. Thad Watt and family of Chanute spent Sunday with his parents. - John Clopine is getting aristocratic, as he now drives a fine top buggy. Mr. Miller of Thayer is conducting a singing school at the U. 13. Church. Wm. Ames is building quite a large hay barn. Mr. Hoilman is doing the carpenter work. f Through the enterprise of Col. Sag ner, the merchants have been suffi ciently aroused so as to erect a new UHch rack. ' Rev. N. L. Vezie will sell all his household goods and kitchen furniture at public auction, Thursday July 1st. at 2 o'clock p. m. at the U. B. parson age in Earlton. Torturing, idling, scaly skin erup tions, burns and scalds are soothed at once and promptly healed by DeWitt'8 Wich Hazel Salve, the best known cure for piles. Boschert & Williams. . Thayer. Wednesday, June 23. We learn that our friend George Collins, of Shiloh, twp., who lias been attending school at Baldwin, is now in Montana and will spend the larger portion of his va cation there, representing a stereosco pic view company. George Gelwix is still quite sick. Dr. lies, of Urbaua, was in town for ji short time Tuesday moruing. Miss Flossie Forest is attending the Chautauqua at Ottawa this week. Major I). M. Commons was on the sick list for several days this week. The dreadful hot weather of the past iew days makes the heart of the ice man rejoice. . -John Dye still makes his senii-week-trips to Chanute with poultry. c;js and butter. JEd Woodruff has been slightly In- .disposed this week, consequenaly Me Kay & Clute have been short of help, Zella Abbott left Wednesday morn ing for the Territory, where he goes to assist Wm. Curry run his threshing machine. The infant son of our townsman, Leb Collings, died last Saturday evening and was buried in the Thayer ceme tery Tuesday afternoon. Rev. McNary and family are away on a visit of ten day or such a matter. The pulpit at the M. E. Church will be tilled next Sunday morning and evening by Willie Collins, of Dennis. W. B. Race and famiy, Henry Shep herd and family and L. D. Lyman left last week, overland, for the hills of Arkansas, where they will camp out, hunt, fish, and have a good time gen erally for a month. Frank Ilefley who has been sojourn ing at Sulphur Springs. Ark., for two months past for his health, is home again looking much better. Dr. Hus ton, who went along is also back, and he too. is much improved in general health. 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 a9 it is ad ministered. Many homes in this city are never without it. Boschert & William Shaw. Wednesday, June 23. -The Christian Church grounds are being fitted up for the county Sunday School Conven tion which meets here next Sunday and promises to be one of the largest demonstrations of that kind ever held in this section. The Fourth of July bubble has about busted. Rev. C. J. Saunders, of Erie, spent last Tuesday visiting friends in this vicinity. Last Wednesday John Grady, of Big Creek twp. paid this burg his first visit since his severe illness a few months ago. The base ball game on Rock Creek, South Center vs. Shaw, resulted in a victory to the Rock Creek boys by a score of 13 to 10. Mrs. Sallie Wa:erhouse, after a few weeks visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Allen, returned to her home in Agricola last Tuesday. Rev. Fohr.of Montana, one of the of the early pioneer preachers of this sectlou, will hold a series of meetings in Shaw in about two weeks. The yield of wheat as well as the quality is good in this section. The harvest is in full blast, and threshing "out of the shock" will commence the latter part of this week. Pat Mitchell was in town last Satur day, and said that the pops in this neck of the woods are not half sobois trous as they used to be. lie supposed the reason was that the prospects for the future were not consistent with their wail i rigs and clamorings. If there is anything in the signs of the times, there will be another war In this country in eighteen or twenty years. The latest acquisition to the anticipated forces, is a big boy baby at the home of Ed John. Ed says he is sure to be a republican for he don't howl or whine a particle. 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. Leanna. Tuesday, June 22. S. B. Edwards and famiiy of Lansing, Kans., are visiting relatives here this week. Tliena Alford is slowly improving. Mrs. McCrackon is very sick at present. Willie Alford went to Moran Mon day on business. Rev. T. J. Alford preached at Grady, Sunday evening. Mrs. Carrie Haymaker Is visiting at Savonsburg at present. Misses Ada and Blanche Richardson Friday, June 25, 1897-CHANUTE, Snrwlnved with friends and relatives j at this place. Mrs. Ingels and little son have ar rived at their old home. Several of the young folks met at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter last Thursday and spent the evening in feasting on music and Ice cream and cake. All report a jolly time. Mrs. Davis who died at Chanute last Saturday, was bur led at the Leanna cemetery Sunday at 3 o'clock. She was a faithful Christian worker, and although her death was very sudden she was ready to go. Elder Wiman a Baptist minister of Odense conduc ted the funeral services. One minute is all the time necessary to decide from personal experience that One Minute Cough cure does what its name implies. Boschert x Williams. Urbana. Tuesday, June 22, 1897.-The heavy rains Saturday night and Sunday thor oughly soaked the ground. Weather hot, crops doing fine. AVill Flinn is slightly Indisposed. Wheat harvest is over and oats next. Rev. Vezie preached here Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Mr. Howell, of Shaw, was in town last week. R. B. Manatt lias moved his family to Chanute. There was a dance at Mr.Bates'last Friday night. Joe Mahalfy has just returned from his southern trip. John Bryan has moved into the R. B. Manatt property. "Buck" llpwke was in town on bus iness one clay last week. Prof. A. J. Fowler bays he will make three baloon ascensions at Independ ence on the Fourth of July. Mrs. Bowlin and her daughter re turned to her home in Indiana yester day. It is surprising what a "wee bit of a thing" can accomplish. Sick head ache, constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach, dizziness, ara qulckjy ban ished by De Witt's Little Early Risers Small pill. Safe pill. Best pill. Boschert & Williams. Austin. Wednesday, June 23. Mrs. J. T. Williams is making her daughter a visit in Wilson county. Rain spoiled our Sunday school Sun day. Wm. Rilley, of Wilson county has been visiting in this county this week. John Frazier spent a few days here the first of the week. Miss Lizzie Frazier was up from Erie this week. Fishing is good since the rain and is being pushed. Most all of the farmers are busy in the harvest fields this week. Rollin. Tuesday, June 22. John White came over from Chanute Saturday and went fishing. Tom Jackson of Chanute was down today looking over his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burghart spent Sunday with Mr. Stoelzing and family. Phillip Rettig and Katie Stoelzing of the North Valley school graduated at the Big Creek Chapel Monday night. Ed Brachsler and Louisa Burghart, and Ed Burghart and Mattie Lee were among those who attended the com mencement exercises at Big Creek Chappie Monday night. Rural. Tuesday, June 22. Saturday night and Sunday's rain was of vast bene fit to all crops, especially the berry crops which are abundant. Mrs. McAtee who has been visiting relatives in Illinois, came home last week. The new gas line will run on ithe twp line south and east of.the Cross farm. The house on the Cross farm, now occupied by F. Chirk, is being given a new coat of paint. Isaac Malcom, living on the Howell farm above Austin, has the banner field of rye in this section. Now we are truly gratified by the city officials prohibiting the firing of lire crackers uutil such time as is proper fur such celebration. We would suggest the idea of pro hibiting the flying of kites on or near Lire public drives, streets or highways as already some horses have become frightened by the sudden dipping and darting motion of the kite, KANSAS - Friday, June D. E. McClelland, Real Estate, Loan yViisurance 'Agent. ITotary Public. Insurance written at lowest rates, collections made and se cured. Your patronage solic ited. Office In Kramer block. Farmers i DON'T MISS GETTING ONE OF THOSE . i5e finals AT Kuliner's Restaurant OPPOSITE P. O. Aiyiericai) Lalii)dri)l SOTJTS 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 1 SONS, Props. REMOVAL! We have removed our Meat Market to Tenuis' old stand. We keep nothing but first class meat. Barnes Bros. W. H, PURDY has opened up a SHOE SHOP First Door Kust of Timed ollicc. He desires a share of your patronage. "7Vctixt3.5 All Interested in breeding trotters, pacers, driving, and farm horses to call at Oriental Barn and see my horses. ... .Licet xvtxi 24750. Record, 2:2!)i. $12 to insure. Earl King, $7. M. G- JStriolx.lfVJa.cl Roerner3 Meat THE OLD RELIABLE. Nice clean shop-all kinds of fresh and salt meats always on hand. IP. Roomer. UNHAPPY CHAPPIE. V20virvnv5 trirv. WMted too, Mexico; DidrCt krW, WMcrs!v. . l7(ewekdEl5irWiKKc5ir irrfrKewr-We always iW fhenuho fillip of jewelry. $ikrwe.(kta etc-- U. E Conltlin, City Laundry. Goods called for and delivered . . . All Work Guaranteed. East Fourth street. E. J. Ralstin. (km Rrfecf'r 25, 1897. The Greatest of All! 10c The Greatest sale of desirable goods just when you need them. J io L 1 cts 10c 10c 10c I i We have selected a large line of our 12, 131:, 14,15 and 18c wash goods and have placed them on the counter at the one price of 10c per yard. Come Quickly. 10c L. B. KEIFER. It is a well established fact that the Boston Store furnishes the only real bargains in good goods to be had in the city. We have a few pieces left of the 3 ) c linen lawns . Thousands of yards have already gone to the country at this very low price. We carry the finest line of Challies I,awns, Dimmities, also the finest Or candies at very low prices. The Boston Store N, Dannofer, Prop We give you the benefit of a cash pur chase both ways, and it works a sav ing worth considering. We make a .special effort in millinery, and our en ormous trade is our guarantee that our customers appreciate the great reduc tion we have brought about in this line. Don't be palen in with the idea that "So and So" makes the best paint on earth because "So and So" "never uses any other kind . ' ' Just ask some one that has tntd them all. 1 hat's the way to find out. Our paint stands The oooooo &XH000CKKCK T1 1 ir ff Jms& -7 (JJ are receiving their new spring stock, consisting of Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Groceries, Queensware and provisions. We always pay the Highest Market Price for PRODUCE and our goods were all boupht to sell at prices consistent with the times. Call and see what we have and what we are dointr, and be convinced that we can sell you goods as cheap as the cheapest. gloocpheapt, CDpight 8$ (Jo. 5X0KHXCKXX0 GO tO KOCH BROS , West 4tu street. VOL. XXV, No. 40. 10 10c 10c 10c 10 c !If iroU bilu for Cash, come to tk iBoston Store. i Don't iai Cash for long Time Prices. that test, and its the cheapest. HQP(est9 PU9 a 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 ali:wool,'from $3.50 to $7.50. CHCKH0 Coy r. it. -.