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CHANUTE MES 'LJ-Tp $1.00 per Year. Friday, September 10, 1897-CHANUTE KANSAS-Friday, September 10, 1897. VOL. XXV, No. 61. -i" olmes & Schier SANITARY PLUMBERS -and GAS FITTERS. INCANDESCENT GAS LIGHT. We Carry in stock the Celebrated Cosmopolitan mm Come in and see our Gas Fixtures. Office in Bacon Block. HOLMES & SCHIER. As Told by the Times' Correspondents in Neosho and i Wilson Counties. ? Erie. Wednesday, Sept. 9. R. J. Verdon who has purchased the Arlington Hotel Is well pleased with his new lo cation and we predict for him a suc cessful business. He comes well rec ommended as a Rood hotel man. Judge Mills Issued several marrage licenses during the past week despite the hot weather. The Justice Court at this plack was kept busy during fair week rounding up pickpockets, and fakirs attending the fair. There is ten in the county jail at the present time, most of them candidates for the penitentary. Quite a large number from Chanute attended our fair last week. Hall's Show has come and gone and as usual some of our people were short changed and film flammed ont of a few dollars. , A large delegation from here went to Iola today In order to be present at nrvan's address. We believe tne speakers name Is Bryan. The last of the New York boys ship ped here last fall, departed by the box cat route last Sunday nlsrht. No tears will be shed if he uever returns. Tho "Erie schools will open next Monday with Prof. Rosebush as prin cipal. Mr. Rosebush wai principal Inst, vpar and Is fast comlnz to the front as one of our best educators. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Wm. Chapen to Otis Barrett wd lots a. b and d, east i blk 19, blk 13, blk less 4. 5. and 6, blk 8 and lots 1, 2, 3 4, 5, and 6, b 9 and 14 and 15 and 10 4. Catholic Mission, $1000. Neosho Co. to W. S. Bryan, taxd wd 1 and blk 42 Urbana,.$1.43. R. N. Allen and wife to R. L. Bree der a c d wd lot 5 and 7 blk 1 Roysters add to Chanute, 111.80. M . T. Jones and wife to Amelia E. C.ark wd w 27 ft lot 14 blk 13 Jones 5, add to Chanute, $75. A. J. Harmon and wife to Elizabeth Gilbert, wd blk f Catholic Mission 8500. Mania Dupny and wife to Warren Bieelow wd si s-wi and wj s-el 25,27, 19, $200. Francois Dupny to Warren Bigelow wd si s-wi wi s-ei 25, 27, 19, $2200. Warren Bigelow to Manls Dupny wd lets 5 and 6 blk 28 Tioga, $500. C. Ileminger and wif to Chas. L. Willabv wd lots 7 and 8 blk 19 Eden Park add to Chanute, $500. Marv C. Garbdr to Wm. P. Thomas- son wd west 39 acres s-wi s-wi 29.30,20. $700. C. L. Swan began teaching school at the Little Friend last Monday. The Rev. II. A. Reynolds and wife, of Stark, Kansas, were In the city Tuesday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ocker. A. J. Clemens makes a sale of his household goods Saturday preparatory to leaving for Iowa, where he expects to locate permanently If he is pleased with the country. Rosa Campbell, Anna Retman and Etta Winters returned to Olathe Wednesday to attend another term of school for the deaf and dumb. which greatly adds to Its general ap pearance. Arthur Carter was down again last Sunday. This time he says he came to see Prof. Andrew Mitchell. We think so nit. II. G. Lowrance left for Kansas City Monday night to make some fall pur chases for tfjc firm of G. W. Lowrance & Son, of which he Is the junior mem ber. Our young friend, Joe Geist, has started a butcher shop at Princeton, Kan. He left for his new location Tuesday. Joe is a jolly young fellow and deserves to make a success in his new undertaking. Our public schools began Monday morning with a full set of teachers. The attendance was unusually large, several of the old graduates starting in again to take the advance course added this year. A large number of the Thayer Woodmen went to Galesburz Thurs day night and helped institute a new lodge there. The way the boys made the troat buck was a caution. The following were In attendance from here: George Carter, A. D. Lowrance, Geo. T. Dodds.J. M. Dunsmorc, M. D. Betz. II. E. Carter. Dave Stall, Ed Smith, John Minnich and II. G. Low ranee. Geo. Gelwix had his valuable mare take sick last week, and for several days it looked as if she would die, but she is now better and no doubt will re cover. Win. Elliott left last week for New- kirk, Ok., where he goes to build house for Frank Hancock. Miss Frank nawes, our Interme diate teacher, came In last Sunday afternoon from Erie. PrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTq I THE EAST END e Livery d? Feed Stable E has first-class rigs at reasonable prices. I Boarding horses z a specialty. M. G. Strickland, I Proprietor, iUUiiUUUWUUlUUUUiUiUiUUiiiAiijI Rich, Clean, Pure, Wholesome MILK "Delivered at your doo two times every day in .the ween BonebrakettiB Milk Man III mrm 1 Done fettep. Few that Gqual. SHE WS WrH CHICAGO ttUST.' Aijiericai) Steal)! LaUi)dri)i SOUTH 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 SONS, Props. Small precautions often prevent great miscliler. uewitt s Lilttle mar ly Risers are very small pills in size but are Uiost effective in preventing tne most serious forms or liver ana stomach troubles. They cure const! The "Bicyclist's Best Friend7' is a familiar name for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve.always ready for emergen cies. While a specific for piles, it also instantly relieves and cures cuts, bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all affections of the skin. It never fails. Boschert & Williams. pation and headache, and regulate the bowels. Boschert s Williams. Running sires, Indolent ulcers and similar troubles, even though of many years standing, may be cured by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve. It soothes, strengthens and heals. It is tiiu great pile cure. Boscuert & Wlll- Earlton. Sept. 8. George Bricker and wife will start this week In a wagon for a drive through southwest Missouri. Walter Wilson and Fred Midcap re turned from Colorado this week. Henry Wilson started on the 7th fori Indiana to visit relatives. He was j jined at Cherryvale by J. A. Bret m Held. Allie McNally is very sick. John 'Jiujui i's li1) W lck. Urbana. Sej)t. 7. Hot and dry. Corn will be light, the hot weather Is ripening It too fast. Charles Alexander returned last week from his extended visit to Chi cago and northern Mo., where he went to visit friends and relatives. lie reports everytning prosperous where he has been. one day Sam Brewster was in town last week. last Fred Nation was visiting here Sunday. W. B. Quillen has disposed of his business here and will take up his res idence In Chanute. jvirs. yuiuen returned rrorn ner ex tended visit in Mo. last Saturday. A. M. Noble has a new arrival at his house In the shape of a 11 lb. girl All doing well. JohnNeeley and daughter fromWal nut were visstlng Dr. Neely last Sat urday and Sunday. Mrs. A. Klchman and Mrs. L, Stan ley went to LeRoy last week on a vis it to their brother, S. Yockey, who has been sick for some time. Mr. Richman spent Sunday In town C. R. Noble has disposed of his in terest In the store and gone to work In the shop with his brother, LIge. Chas. Nowles Is helping Conrad in the shop. The shops are both crowd ed with work the past two weeks. Moments are useless if trifled away: and they are dangerously wasted if consumed by delay in cases where One Minute (jouku Cure would bring im mediate relief. Boschert & Williams, Thayer. Sept. 6. Miss Delia Ferguson is home again from Erie after an ab sence of several weeks. We noticed Bert Stall and wife, Chas. Smith and wife and A. II Rein- hart and wife starting out bright and early last Thursday morning for the Erie fair. T. W. Mead and family will again shortly be residents of - Thayer. The two little girls are already here. They started to school Monday morning and are boarding at Mr. D. C. Eldridge's. The rest of the family will be here, lu about a month and will occupy the residence recently vacated by F. M. Abbott and family. A new stone sidewalk has just been completed on the south side of the proDerty known as the Bates estate. Leanna. Sept, 8 Misses Pearl and Clara Punter and their brother, Earl atten ded the Y. B. S. C. E. convention at lola Friday. . -- . Miss Minnie Kelso, of St. Louis is here visiting her brother, John Kelso John Edwards and family left for Pittsburg Saturday. Elder T. J. Alford preached at the church Sunday morning and night One conversion. He will preach at Austin next Sunday. Miss Stella McCracken has been ill for the past few days. Frank Haymaker visited relatives near Erie the first of the week. Every boy and girl is preparing for school which begins next Monday. Lonnie McCracken is up and around after his severe accident. A. W. Alward will preach at the church next Sunday morning and night. Mrs. Richardson left Monday for visit with relatives in Arkansas. T. J. and A. W. Alford and families attended a family reunion at Henry Edwards' in Chanute Thursday. Lee Alford is working for M. Ingels. Mrs. Sabra Blair is visiting, relat ives near North Maple Grove. U. R. Courtney, of Elsmore, spent Sunday with his parents at this place. Mrs. Libbie Ingels, president of C, W. B. M. of Kansas, 3rd dist. leaves Wed. for the convention at Oswego, where she will deliver an address on Thursday the 9th. The many friends of Mrs. Allie Coulter will be very sorry to hear of her severe Illness at her home in Wau bunsee co. Charley Gillis of.Salem is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. A Alford. Mr. Woods of Moran visited his sis ter, Mrs. Charles Carpenter Sunday. The ice cream supper at New Scot land schoolhouse Saturday night was well attended and .ill report a good social time. A fresh coat of paint is improving the looks of the schoolhouse very much. Township convention. The repub licans of Big Creek township.wlll meet at the Boman school house on Satur day, Sept. 18, 1897 at 4 o'clocK p. m. for the purpose of placing In nomin ation candidates for the following of ficers: trustee, clerk, treasurer, and twa tonatables. T. J. Crapson, Committeeman. REMOVAL! We have removed our . Meat Market to Tennis' old stand We keep nothing but first class meat. . . Barnes Bros. I have purchased an imported Jersey Bull, the finest ever brought to Chanute He is no relation to Chanute's Jerseys. TERMS: $2.00 TO IN SURE. S. H. ROSS. Roemer's ATnnt ivi arize t. THE OLD RELIABLE. Nice clean shop all kinds of fresh and salt meats always on hand. IP. Hocmer. We Have Purchased- The S. T. Fyffe herd of DurocS win e. We have choice males and females constantly on hands for sale at reasonable rates. COLA.W& COLA.W The Gem Shaving Parlor, The Gflffe-Downs Corsets and Waists, TO TRY THEM IS TO CONTINUE THEIR USE. L. B. Keif er, Agt. jl CARTER carries a complete line of Fresh Groceries and Fruits of all kinds, and exchanges them for cash or country produce. 3Uuat UOlXirtla Str0(t 'rt'liTi"r njrrriil 11Z OF VERY FINE A New Orate ' Dishes 0 fDnr-oo et-cs Just Received at wwww McCune Bros. rwTV 11 ,TtTn i 0KKX0XX00KH00000 A Great Hit. . We are Hitting them Hard with oilr prices, . We want your poultry and produce of all kinds. A com plete line of GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES and FURNISHING GOODS. Bloomheart, Wright & Co. 0XKXX0000XCKKHK HOT and COLD BATH S Opp.P.O. :: J.OcCnllouj&Prop. No man or.woman can enjoy life or accomplish much in this world while suffering from a torpid liver. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the pills that cleanse the organs, quickly. Boschert & Williams. Cornwpoadoooe continued on the Ui pae INflAPPYCHAPPIC. 0umraiiv1LooK iivvaiin, V&rvUd tao, Mexico, DidrCt kiow, i7-rWMEI$iftWakliAre perfect fin(-Kctper-rc4lwiy few ffieMjo A full line of JwltySilveiw.Cloctoefc H.mConlzlin9 M J3 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 $2 51 Pants all wool, from $3 501 to $7.50. All kinds of light and heavy Harness Saddles cheap. at Gray's Harness shop. S. A. WlCICAIP, Grain, Seed and (Joal. OfficeBacon block. I have agents at Humboldt, Vilas, Earlton, Urbana and Shaw. 7 .