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Tuesday, June 22.-H. C. Wilson.the
democratic nostmaster of Benedict
was in the county seat last Friday.
Prof. Smith of Neodesha was in
town last week.
Ed Milksell, the Neodesha attorney
was in towu last Friday.
C. A. Sprague of Benedict spent last
Saturday here.
T. F. C. Dodd of Altoona came over
on business Tuesday morning.
Dr. McCray, New Albany's dispen
ser of pills paid the county seat a visit
J. C. Williams, the mail clerk, and
his famllv visited relatives in Fre
donia over Sunday.
President Taylor of the State Nor
inal school will lecture in the court
house Wednesday evening.
Andrew Hudson returned Saturday
from Lawrence where he has been at
tending the State University,
Miss Anna Trange, daughter of
sheriff Prange of Neosho county has
been visiting in the city the past
J. W. Perry has returned from the
State Normal where he recently gradu
ated, lie will teach in this county
this school year.
Among the old time republicans who
visited the county seat last Saturday
we noticed: James Mundell of Colfax
twp., M. Sharp and Gil Smith of
Pleasant Valley twp., A. N. Richard
son of Cedar twp., Jesse Lee of Guil
ford twp., A. Anglin of Buffalo,Frank
Hickman of Webster twp., Wni. Cra
mer of Neodesha, A. II. Barton of
Prairie twp. and W.A. Butcher of La
Fontaine. The republicans of Wilson county
nominated their candidates for county
officers last Friday by the primary
election system which has been in
vogue in Llie county for a number of
years, and has proven quite satisfac
tory. The ticket nominated is a strong
one. and will no doubt be elected in
its entirety. The following are the
nominees: Register or Deeds, Gar
riot Dillon, of Talleyrand twp.; Sheriff,
Jolm'Ii. Howe, of Duck Creek twp.;
Clerk, T. D. Hampson, of Clifton twp.;
Treasurer, H. M. Wilson, of Center
twp.; F. M. Wiley, of Center twp. pur
veyor, B. Dornblascr, of Center twp.;
county commissioner second dist., F.
M. Hickman, of Webster twp.
Geo. M. Hoover and wife to W. I. Pierce
5 lots city of Xeodeslm $2).
W. E. l'ierce to 0. W. Blnck et nl q c (i same
lots jC25U.
A. P. Hamilton mid wife to Molviu Patten, wd
4U acres in VirdiKri.s twp. $100.
Joliu J. Demiutf and wife to Ami E. Dimiutf
q cd 2 lots city of Neodesha $510.
Marthu A. OoiiiKs et al to John L. Rogers, wd
mid 7-10 of 121 ac, Clifton twp. fc!S(l.
A. K. Hayes and wife to E. L. Uinklo, wd 80
nc. In Prairie twp. $1250.
Keys & Sutherland to Sarah J. Miner, qcd 3
lots in city of Noodeshu $10.
Netlio H. Lano, to J. L. Liuthicum, q c d 2 bc.
in Neodesha twp. $50.
Huo Loether to Sophia Furmer, wd 3 ac. in
Center twp. $100.
Sophia Fanner and hus, to Hiiko Loether, wd
3 ac. in Center twp. $100.
Steven Monroe anil wife to F. W Sevorson, wd
und. Yt int. in 320 acres, Prairie twp. $100.
A. M. Writ'lit ahd wife to Cary Lance, wd
115.76 ac. in Clifton twp. $700,
Dozettn Holly and hus. to Frank Writsell, wd
1 lot in city of Neodesha $210.
j James Smith, Altoona.
( Lenore S. Isenburg, Guilford.
Francis M. Fields, Fall River.
Fannie E. Wicker, "
( James F. Gunby, Buffalo.
Fannie Spillman, Coyville.
j Ellsworth Leonard, Rest.
Cora E. Stewart, "
If. M. SMirns, Lafontaine.
Fannie Koger. "
State ot Kansas, vs. S. B. Newland,
D. R. Newland and Frank Garrlott.
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
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cures
ecezema and severe skin diseases.
Boschert & Williams.
Wednesday, June 2.5. J. L.Morrison
and wife visited L.Matthews last Sun
day. A very nice rain Sunday.
Vilas is in need of a blacksmith
Crops are looking fine since the rain.
We need a good town hall and a
Simon Coates went to Ottawa on
business yesterday.
Laura Mundell visited friends in
Earlton last Sunday.
Wilmoth shipped hogs to Kansas
City yesterday from here.
Jas. Mundell and Theodore Spong
went to Fredonia Saturday.
Dr. Steele and bride left for their
home in Strong City Monday.
A lady friend of Miss Mary Smith,
from Fredonia, is visiting her this
Our agent, L. Matthews leaves to
day to take charge of a telegraph of
fice at llrazilton, Kans.
Evcrbody come to Vilas on the 3rd
and have a day'8 ' enjoyment. Plenty
of amusements of all kinds.
W. P. Wilmoth shirped a car of
hogs to K. C. Tuesday.
Mrs. L. Matthews left Wednesday
for a visit with relatives at NIotaze
Grandma Wllklns went toWellsvlllo
Mondav to visit relatives. Mrs. Jessie
Wllklns accompanied her to Chanute
Another car load of gas pipe arrived
here yesterday. The pipe line is now
completed as far as Mr.Kcpley's farm
Vilas will celebrate the Fourth in
grand style. Base-ball, horse-racing
and other amusements will be engaged
in. Plenty of Fourth of July goods
for sale by our merchants.
Protrram for the Fourth (on 3d) at
4:U0 a. in. Firing salutes.
8 ::). Special trains nrrivo nt Unlou depot,
benrinir Biieakers.
10:30 n. m. Address of Welcome hy the Mayor
F. D.Thompson.
11:00 a. in. Heading of the Declaration of In
12 :00 noon. Dinner.
i i,. m.-llon. H. O. Challlu will deliver nn
address on "Our Nation's Greatness."
2:30. Sack races nud climbing greased pole.
H:10 p. m. Shnm battle.
4:jUp. in. Balloou ascension.
5:30 p. ni, Calithumpian parade.
7 :30 p. m. Speaking in the opera house. Sub
ject, "The I. O. V. B's."
P KXI p. in. Fireworks.
Don't allow the lungs to become im
paired by the continuous irritatioa of
a cough. It Is easier to prevent Con
sumption than to cure it. One Min
ute Cough Cure taken early, will ward
off anv fatal lung trouble. Boschert
& Williams.
Wednesday, June 23. W. H. Riley
was at Chanute on business Tuesday.
Farmers are laying their corn by.
George Templeman was in town Sat
C. S. Nation, of the Times, was in
town a short time Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Easley has been sick
few days, but is improving.
.V. A. Rowen, our genial blacksmith
is kept quite busy now-a-days.
Miss Etta Denny spent Sunday with
her brother Tom and wife near Buff
The rain Saturday night put all
crops in line shape and farmers are
Preston CampbslI, one of our sub
stancial farmers, visited relatives in
Chanute this week.
George Denny says times are not
half as hard as they were fifteen years
ago, yet there is a great deal more
Pleasant Valley.
Monday, June 21. Those who in
dulge, tripped the light fantastic at
Jim Smith's Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Heck vi9ited In
the Valley Sunday.
Are you laying your corn by? Better
plow as long as you can get through it.
A large number of our farmers at
tended the Newland-Wlninger trial
Bessie and Tillie Carver went to
visit their grandmother who lives
near Fredonia, Monday.
W. G. Smith will teach the 7th
grade of the Neodesha school the com
ing term. Good for you Gil.
Homer Russell was in our vicinity
Tuesday. He still carries tits-arni in
a sling tne resuic or uoxing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Adani9 spent
Saturday and Sunday with the latter's
sister, Mrs. Wiggins near vilas.
G. B. Richardson, who has been
visiting his parents for the past three
weeks, went to his future home at
Leanna this week. His wife and
family will join him soon.
Union Valley.
Monday, June 22. Mrs. Mollie
Freeze of Kansas City has been visit
ing her sister Mrs. Jno. Rustamier.
Fred Chappel lias purchased a new
spring wagon.
Miss Grace Ernhart is the guest of
her cousin Miss Mary McDonald.
Several fine showers Saturday and
Sunday;corn is now in a 9plendid con
Relatives of J. E. Baylessand family
from Independence were visiting them
last week.
Several from this neighborhood at
tended the meeting at Teach Grove
Sunday afternoon.
The A. C. F. elected officers as fol
lows last Saturday evening: Presi
dent, W. S. Biggs; Vice, Jesse Chap
pel; Secretary, Miss Bertha Chappel;
Treasurer, Fred Bowers.
Monday, June 21. L. O. Ladd has
begun harvesting his wheat; he ex
pects a yield of 30 bushels to the acre.
Mr. and Mrs. Benston went to Yates
Center Friday.
Ed Bearer made a business trip to
Vilas Friday.
A swarm of bees have taken up their
abode in our post office.
Mr Heart, living north of Ridge,
died quite suddenly last Sunday.
Elizabeth Beaver spent Saturday
night with his uncle In Humboldt.
Miss Thellie Dunkin of Cottage.
Absolutely Pur
Celebrated for its great lea veiling
strength and healthfulness. Assures the
food against alum and all forms of acini
titration common to the cheap brands.
Grove Is visiting friends In this neigh
L. D. Thurman and wife and Mr
Evert and wife visited with Mr. Ir
win's Sunday.
Misses Ola and I vn Irivn of Rural
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with their brother -C. E. Irnin and
also attended Children's Day exercises.
Monday June, 21. A very fine rain
fell here this morning.
Osker Olsen took his threshing ma
chine home last Friday.
Misses Minnie and Mamie Olson are
homo from Kansas City on a vacation,
The Usher Bros, of Chanute were
outandput up the N. P. Wisborg
monument last Thursday.
Mrs. Nevons of Kansas City left for
home today. She was borne to attend
the funeral of her father, Nels Olsen.
Miss Esther Holmes came home last
night from Kansas City on a vacation
and to spent the Fourtli with friends
and relatives.
Win. Johnson and Miss Emma John
son who nave Uden visiting renting
In this vicinity for some time past
will start for . Red Oak. Iowa, to
morrow. Mr. Miller and Mr. Myers of Savons-
burg were around last week trying to
buy up the stocK hogs of this vicinity;
we did have a few hot days, but wo
have a few bushels of old corn yet.
Tuesday, June 22. Stark's base ball
team played Erie last Saturday at
Stark. The sore stood 1.; to 10 in fa
vor of Stark.
Jose Hybarger is visiting in Erie.
Mrs. Stanley is very sick at present.
Ralph Purdy went to Erie Tuesday.
C. F. Ilabe went to Indiana last
Mr. Hess, of Trent, was in town
Mrs, AV. M. Sailors is very sick lat
Lydia Ilerreu lias been visiting in
Ralph Purdy and Leila Light went
to Chanute Sunday.
A. M. Sailors and wife, of Chanute,
are visiting in town.
Born, June 18, 18!)' to Mr. and Mrs.
G. S. Stafford, a son.
II. T. Ilix and son received a new
threshing machine Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herren. of Far
lington, were in town the first of the
Ed Shidler and Emily Badger were
married last Sunday at the Valley
Neosho Valley.
Tuesday.June 22. Farmers are busy
harvesting. The wheat is in fine con
dition. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Finley, June
17th a fine girl.
C. O. Nelson has his wheat all cut
and hauled to high land.
Mrs. Harry Downing visited with
W. Cole last Saturday.
Ethel Houston spent Saturday and
Sunday visiting in Chanute.
Mrs. Finley's sister, of Woodson
county,visited her two days last week.
A. J. Nelson Is having teams haul
his wheat to high land as fast as it is
Win. Krouse has the finest piece of
oats In the Valley so say his neigh
Highest Honors World's Fair.
A pure Grape Geam of Tartar Powder. Fret
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 Years the Standard
A. F. Blackburn, Mr. Mosler and D.
L. Houston went to Erie last Friday
on business.
D. L. Houston had a colt killed by
lightning during the storm last Sun
day morning
Jim Young lias gone to Parsons to
visit Mr. Waynian, the Valley's for
mer bee man.
Excursions via the Santa Fe.
To Lake Chautauqua, N. Y.,one fare
for round trip; tickets on sail July 10
and 11th, good for return July 21st.
Epworth League convention at To
ronto, Canada, one fare for round trip;
date of sale July 12th, 13th and Hth
good for return.
National Convention of Republican
League at Detroit, Mich., one fare for
round trip; date of sale July 11th and
12th; good for return July 20th.
Young Peoples Christian Union, De
troit, Mich., July 6th to 13th; one fare
for round trip, date of sale July 4th
and 15th; good for return July 15th.
National Convention Baptists
Young Peoples Union at Chatanooga,
Tenn., July 15th to 18th, one fare for
the round trip; dates of sale July 11th
to 14th; good for return July 24th.
Tennessee Centenlal and Interna
tional Exposition, Nashville, Tenn.,
May 1st to Oct. 31st, Fare, 80 per
cent, of double one way rate. Tickets
on sale to Oct. 15, good for return to
Nov. 7.
National Educational Association,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 6 to 9.
One fare plus $2 for rouud trip. Tick
ets on sale July 3d, 4th and 5th; good
for return July 10, 11 and 12. An ex
tension to August 31st may be had by
depositing ticket with the joint agent
at Milwaukee. 7-9
Excursion Rates via M. K. & T. Ry.
Note following reduced rates in ef
Annual convention National Repub
lican League, Detroit, Mich. One fare
round trip, date of sale July 9 to 12.
Final return limit July 20tli.
Iiiierhatii'iial Convention Epworth
League Toronto, Ontario one fare
round trip date of sale July 13 and 14
trial return limit Aug. 12 th.
Baptist Young People's Union of
nierica, Chattanooga, Tenn., $21.00
round trip1 Date of sale July 13th and
14th, final return limit August 15th.
National Encampment Sous of Vet-
rans, Indianapolis, ina. une irtre
or round trip. Date of sale Septem
ber 7th and 8th. Final return limit
Sept. 17 th.
Special one way tickets to all points
in California on a direct line to San
Francisco on sale June 2(3 and 30, July
1,2 and 3 at rate of 22.50 you have
choice of 0 different routes one change
of cars no lay over.
One way tickets to Denver, Colora
do Springs, Pueblo and Cheyenne on
sale June 29, 30, July 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Fare, 9.75. To Ogden and Salt LaKe
City, fare $17.25. Fourth of July rates
within 200 miles. One fare for round
trip. Date of sale, July 3rd, 4th and
th. Good to return July Cth.
Low Rates via Santa Fe.
June 29 and 30, July 1st, 2nd and 3rd
the SantaFe will sell one way ticketsas
follows: Chanute to Denver, Pueblo,
and Colorado Srings 9.70; Leadville,
Asdinand Grand J unction $10.20; Salt
Lake City and Ogden $17.20;Albuquer-
que, liaaaso ana iteming v.z.ov; rates
to Intermediate points no higher.
During his course of
Dr. O' Lear y may be consulted pri
vately at his office every afternoon
in regard to all chronic diseases that
have baffled the skill of other phy
sicians. He has made a special study
of these diseases and the thousands
of cures he has made bear witness
to his skill in this line. If he can
induce his patients to eat, dress and
live as he directs, there is no trouble
in curing them. Hear his lectures in
Williams' opera house and then go
talk with him at the office in Lin
coln block over Bank of Commerce.
I have purchased
an imported
Jersey Bull,
the finest ever brought to Chanute.
He is no relation to Chanute's
Jerseys. TERMS: $2.00 TO IN
We want your produce and
will pay you the highest mar
ket price for the same.
jones QioeH. ene Qpos.
ctxxcl Stoves
J.B. Bentty, J. P.,
Real EstatB,Loan,InsaranGB and Collection Agent
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. peatfci), Chai)lite, I(ar5.
The DelmoniGO Statilss!
Having purchased the Delmonico sta
bles, I shall continue the business as
heretofore. Good rigs at reasonable
rates. R. DOVE.
Oriental Liuenj and Feed Stable.
Boarding horses a specialty. Horses
and mules bought for the market.
North of Oriental hotel
Tin. and
in the old Carter building.
n'e Have l'urehaaeil-
The S. T. Fyffe
herd of
Duroc Swine.
We have choice males an '. females
constantly on hands fur sale at
reasonable rates.
the milk man, delivers milk at
your door twice a clay morn
ing and evening.
Can also fill orders for butter
milk. Give me a trial.
XI. J. Bouobrake.
Stoves, Buggies and Implements,
Ol3.AX3.xito, Kansas,
John Deere and Moline Plows and Implements, Superior Stoves and
Ranges, Quick Meal and Insurance Gasoline Stoves, &c, &c, &c.
Iead Whafc ve
in our line. We do all kinds of carriage trimming. Ve 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 reflnish 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
nloved In every department of our business. Give us a chance to bid on
your work.
West side E. K. Track
X - -
n Kumiiiiiaiiiiiiii
Oar Mammoth Illustrated
Catalogue contains 76 largo
pages of Fancy Poultry, Incu
bators, Brooders and a full
Une ot Poultry SuppUea.
"6,-4..iA -.-v...., . . Tilt
K of 48 pages fully llliitrtl, rrtlcVmplete
i C. C. SHOEMAKER. - -
J f
Buggy Harness,
Summer Lap Robes,
Men's Saddles,
Side Saddles
and all kinds
of riding bridles,
for sale at prices
to suit the times at
Harness Shop.
West 4th Street.
s s
urn tvq rrrnTi
To mfl FniTfis ; I have an absoluta
remedy for Consumption. By its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
ruicninjanfltf MrH Qri nmnf-nnsilivfl am 1
pVI IIIIUIV..UJ Wfc... w t w .
of its power that I consider it my duty to
. . f III - XA t ..-... HMJ-lnwtt
Stria two oolites jrwm w iivdc ui j"jui
hava rwnenmntinn Thrnaf Rrnnrhial Of
Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
express ana postomce aaaress. sincerely,
T. A. SLOCUM, K. C, IS3 Pearl St., Hew Tor.
J- The Editorial and BnaineM Management at
-hi. pper uiwraatea Uil fenexoa PropoMtioa.
B Cd Um KSBM Vof tiio Kcctuiu
rind all
ly mred or no pay. We do not uucept one
cent liiitil the piitlont U perfectly cured.
sena lorpRinpniei (ireei coiiuuuuik u" i"
tlculurs nnd name of hundreds who 'iave
benn cured by us. RefernTioft, our paMenWt
given In pinipblet. Drs. THORNTON 4 1IN08.
100 Went 9th Sti-ppt, Kanwui Cltjr. fflev
Closing Out
Sale of Harness!
I have concluded to go out
of the harness business,
and will sell my entire stock
at greatly reduced prices .
S. B. Trammell.
and you will know where to
go when you want anything
Ecoijoijti Paii)l Shop
tin mcDHiTnas . -j 1 u (. j t 4
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an(j t0 the vrnnt. w ortn Dollars wtymrj

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