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SANITARY PLUMBERS
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HOLMES
A TALE OF TWO COUNTIES
As Told by the Times' Correspondents in Neosho and
Wilson Counties.
Erie.
Erie, Kan. Sept. 10, 1397.-C. A, Cox
of Chanute, was in town yesterday.
Attorney J. L. Dennison is - attend
ing court at Fredonla this week.
' Itisreportad on our streets that
our fellow townsman, editor Allison,
licked Col. Isett on the way home
from the Bryan blow-out at Iola last
week.
. Anthens Lodge and Miss Passie
Gabriel were married at the residence
of the brlde.s parents Mr. and Mrs.
E. Gabriel last night. They left on
the morning train for Kansas City
where Mr. Lodge will enter a medical
college.
Judge Stillwell is holding court at
Fredonla this week.
Our schools are progiessing nicely
under the management of Frof E. L.
Rosebush.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Abner M Thornton to Chas Kohn
topp, wd, wi set 17-2J-21. $2400.
George Harmon to Mary M Harmon,
wd blk 29, Cliicngo Junction, $00.
Sallie Dannellcy to Vina Tarks, wd.
lots 11 and 12, blk 29, Erie, 8300.
Neosho co to O C Dutton, taxd, nj
set 10-27- 20. fSO.fiS,
Neosho co to II E Hart, tax d, ei
nwi U-30-ltf.M3.20.
Neosho co to R N Allen, tax d, swi
nwi 20-30-17, M.23.
Neosho co to C C Dutton, tax d, swi
13-30-17, $32.07.
Neosho co to C O Dutton, tax d, n w i
25- 29-18, 72.2tf.
Neosho co to II A Parnttt tax d, lots
3 and 4, blk ir,, St Francis' d to Mis
sion, $23.1(5. .
Neosho co to J K Noble, tax d, lot o
blk 10, Urbana, $.89.
Neosho co to .1 K Noble.tax d. ( lot 9
Urbana, $.39.
Neosho co to Seth G Wells, tux d,
lots 12, 13, 14, and 15, blk 3, Neosho ad
to Erlc,fi.94.
Lucinda Wikle to Lucy I Gardner,
wd, lots 4 and 5, blk 6 George's 2nd ad
to Erie, $100.
Lucy I Gardner and bus to J 1
Wikle, wd, ni lot 4, blk 6, George's 2d
ad to Erie, $3.
Frnnk Hardesty and w to Harry V
Williams, wd lot 1 and til Wt 2, blk 5.
Lapbani's K C ad to Chanute, $1200.
W V O'Brynn and w to C W Ran
dolph, wd, 1 .t 4 in nwi 1-30-20, $100.
A W Harding et al to James Lowe,
wd, und 3-20 e swi swi and se i swi
2, und e4 nwi and 7 acres in se cor
nwi nwi 33-27-20, $300.
bbie II Forest exctx to Noah Iluf
ford, wd. lot 3, blk 2, Thayer, $20.1
Josephine Oi ton and bus to J I Case
Threshing Machine Co, wd, lots 2, 4, 6,
13, 14. 15, 10, 17, and 13, blk 21, Mis
sion. OTOO.
.I.TomeA Fisher and w to B S Jes
ter qcd, w 7 75-100 acres lot 3 and nil
1,, 'l m lot. 4, 4-27-18, $210. .
IJank of Commerce, Chanute to W
"W Royster, q.-d, lot 2. blk 1, Royster's
2 ad toCnanute, $2."0.
W W Royster and w to Eliza and L
A Uoter, wd, lot 2. blk 1, Rojstei's
2nd ad to Chanute. $250.
Earlton.
Earlton, Sept., 15. 1? P. II.
.Crane came Cown from Kansas City
Tiiesday.
(). B. Luklns, or Thayer, was seen 'n
our city Thursday.
Several Earlt.onUes went to Iola to
hear Bryan last Tbur-dry.
Friday, September
& SCHIER.
Mrs. Shepherd and Grandma Alle
man went torrineeton to visit Mrs.
blouch this weelc.
Miss Darnell went to Gardner Sat
urday to attend school.
Mrs. J.O. Cales, of Red Rock, O.
K. Is visiting relatives in Earlton this
week.
Elder Gillett, Rev. Vezie and G. W.
Adams went to Tittsburg Tuesday to
attend the annual conference of the
U. B. church.
A. J. Clemens and family started
Tuesday morning for Iowa.
Miss Maud Adams returned Monday
from Jefferson, Kan.
Mrs. r-erdun is building an addition
to her house. A. F. Ileiltnan is doing
the carpenter work.
TJrbana.
Urbana, Sept., 14, 1897. A very
litrbt shower today. It is so dry that
farmers have been compelled to stop
plowing their ground for wheat sow
ing. Jacob lireve is miking some im
provements for the school district.
Silas Hammer is building a new
house.
John Hummer has his house about
completed. ,
, Jacob Rufl was sick last week but is
out about again.
Mr. Unsell has his apple butter fac
tory in operation.
Mr. Parkham and wife, of Thayer,
were in town yesterday.
Some of bur citizens went to Iola
last Thursday to hear Bryan speak.
A. R. Rosa, of Galesburg, was In
town last Friday on business.
Mrs. lies and sons returned from
Arkansas last week. They brought
back some sassafras and chincapins to
prove that they had been there. '
Chas. Flinn was visiting his brother
Will last Sunday.
Rev. Vezi preached his farewell ser
mon here last Sunday.
Mrs. Nina Hummer has been very
sick but is now better.
Our school commenced in both de
partments yesterday with a good at
tendance. M. E. .Noble has moved to town
again. . .
There has been several calves died
of black leg in this neighborhood
lately.
On next Tuesday the 21st inst. C.
W. Lyons will sell a lot of stock con
sisting of 21 head of cattle, 30 head of
hogs including poland china, durocs
and etc., 3 mules also a wheat drill and
get double harness. Sale bgins at 10
o'clock. A credit of 12 months will
be given note to draw 10 per cent in.
terest f Jom date.
Thayer.
Arthur Carter came down from
Chanute Wednesday, afternoon to be
present at the Sexton-Insley wedding
at night.
M. I). Beg was in this morning and
informed us that we had a glorious
rain last night.
Miss Lizzie Insely arrived on ti e
early Wedresday nn rning trian to at
tend the wedding of her sister Eva.
Fiof. W. A. Cook is sick with an at
tack of bilious fever. He has been
confined to bis bed ever since last Fri
day night. The board discontinued
school in the high room for this week.
The Frf. tb!ks he will be Hblc lo re-
-CHA.--E
-? sinctf-
cii mp liU wnrlr Mnndii lleman,
The great cry goingnt a .1 all sides
"we can't get school; time for our
children." The de-JJJg; greater
than the supply. that t:
The republicans r ,th b pa town
ship held a haruioneese, .nvention
at the Thayer opera y inmost Satur
day afternoon and :-wlth , a strong
ticket in the field coiebJ of the fol
lowing gentlemen all h En,ini will be
elected: Trustee, Ja.' chee,ith; treas
urer, J. W. Stipp; clei he i- W. Smith;
constables, Fred Can tb' and Jacob
Smedley; Road supervise s, 1st district
A. M. Noble; 2nd I. G. 1 romfield; 3rd
Frank Carson: 4th W. H. Oliver.
After a vacation of five weeks Rev.
McNary and family have returned to
Thayer. They spent most of their
time among friends aud relatives in
Ohio.
We noticed Henry Elliott, or
Earlton on our streets one day this
week. Henry is a rustler and will
teach the Three Mound school this
winter.
Cards are out announcing the wed
ding of Chas. Sexton and -Miss Eva
Insley on Weridnesday night at 8
o'clock at the residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs, M. A. Insiey.
J. M. Dunsmore is attending a re
union at Cedervale. He is booked for
a speech.
Geo. Carter, Dave Stall, W. T. Biv
ens John Minnich, and Arthur Law
rence are attending the Woodmen Log
rolling atr Pittsburg today.
J. W. McCanas and wife of Concor
dia, are visiting Fred Carter and fam
ily. They are the parents of Mrs.
Carter and will remain some three
weeks before returning. They were
accompanied by their daughter, Miss
Nora.
Leanna.
Leanna, Kan , Sept. 15, 1897. John
Blair and family moved to Savonsburg
Tuesday. Mr. Blair will teach at
Warnersburg, two miles west of Sav
onsburg this winter.
School beganMouday with an enroll
ment of 34.
Next Sunday is regular preaching
day. The subject will be "Church
Extension."
Auntie Drasdale and neice from 111.
are visiting old time neighbors and
friends at this place.
Perry and Lee Donhani spent Sun
day with relatives in Stark.
Mrs. Etta De Haven, of Savonsburg
visited her mother last week.
Henry Roderick left for Pittsburg
Wednesday to attend a meeting of the
Woodmen. His wife will visit in
Savonsburg while he is gone.
Several of the populists went to
hear that speech last Thursday.
Will Arnett and family will occupy
the Blair bouse this winter.
A. C. Aiford and family returned
from their trip to Cliatauqua county
Saturday.
Newton Aiford and Roy Haymaker
attended the fair at Chanute Friday.
Some of McCrackens folks left Mon
day for a visit with relatives in Pitts
burg. Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, of Hum
boldt, visited E. E. Reeds' last week.
The Modern Woodmen of America
will hold a picnic at McGuffey's grove
one haif mile east of Capt. A. P. Gib
son on Saturday the 25th inst. Every
b dy whether or not members of the
order are Invited to be present. Bring
your baskets and stay aH day.
Union Valley.
Thursday, Sept. 10,. 1897. Mrs.
Wilson of California, is the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrt. J. J. Mc
Cown and other relatives.
Stock water is becoming scarce in
this neighborhood.
G. Gates left last Sunday night for
Oklihoma City to visit his brother.
Will McGowan and family from east
of Chanute spent Saturday and Sun
day with liis brother Sam.
" Bert Kepley and family' spent Sun
day with relatives at Union Valley.
A great many of our people attend
ed the fair at Chanute last week.
The concert at Vilas last Friday
night was well at tended by our people
M. A. Tye aud sen John and F. H.
Chappie were among those who went
to Iola to hear Bryan.
Jno. Locke of Chanute-is drilling a
well for Chas. Terry.
Jno. Birdsonir was around yesterday
to order the men out to work the
roads Wednesday.
Walt Creasey and family Sundayed
with relatives at this place.
C larley Hubler is drilling a well for
Mr. Cassiiigham.
17, 1897-
KANSAS-Friday, September 17, 1897.
THE EAST EISD
Livery d: Feed
31
31
Stable-
has first-class rigs at 3
reasonable prices. 3
Boarding horses
a snecialtv.
M. G. Strickland,
I Proprietor
Rich, Clean, Pure,
Wholesome
MILK
Delivered at your door
two times every day
in the weeK.
Bonebrake.tliB Milk Man
Aiyiericai)
Steal)!
La Ui) dry!
SOUTH 1IAIN 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. SfllTH I SONS, Props.
REMOVAL!
We have removed our Meat
Market to Tennis' old stand.
We keep nothing but first class
meat.
Barnes Bros.
Thave purchased
an imported
Jersey Hull,
the finest ever brought to Chanute.
He is no relation to Chanute's
Jersevs. TERMS: $2.00 TO IN
SURE. S. H. ROSS.
Roemer's
Meat
Market.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
Nice clean shop all kinds of
fresh and salt meats always
on hand.
Roomor.
Have l'urchnKed
The S. T. Fyffe
herd of
Duroc Swine.
We have choice males and females
constantly 011 hands for sale at
reasonable rates.
COLA W c COLA V
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The Gage-Downs ,
Corsets and Waists,
TO TRY THEM IS
TO CONTINUE THEIR USE.
L. B. Keifer, Agt.
f CARTER
carries a complete line of
Fresh Groceries
and Fruits
of all kinds, and exchanges them for
cash or country produce.
West Ifovurtla Street
A New Crate
mmwm Dishes
, QndCDotep Sets
Just Received at wvwvi
McCune Bros.
Bloomheart,
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All kinds of light and heavy
Harness
Sad dies cheap.
at Gray's Harness shop,
S. A. WJG1(AJP,
Gpain, Seed and (Joal,
OiiiccLiacon ulocic.
I have ajrentt at Ilucibdldt, Vilas Earlton, Urbana aud Shawj
VOL. XXV, No. 52.
Done fjettep
Few
that Gqual.
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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.
Wright & Co.
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$25l
Pants all wool, from $3 50"
to $7.50.
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