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Friday, September 24, 1897-CHANUTE KANSAS-Friday, September 24, 1897.
VOL. XXVI, No. 1.
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Come in and see our Gas Fixtures. Office in Bacon Block.
HOLMES & SCH1ER.
A TALE OF TWO COUNTIES
As Told by the Times' Correspondents
Wilson Counties.
RE K L ESTATE T KANSFE US.
O P.' Clcwell and wife to Irvin
Siuitb,WdeiSwl,31,30,19)M000.
r W.IUnscn and wife to Welis .V
Farmer, wd, lots 11, 12, 13, 14, block 2
and lots 1,2, 3, 4, 5,0 and 7 block 3,
Ilybarger's add to Stark, 8100.
H.lIodKdonandwifetoC. S. htra
lian wd lot 14, block 21, Oalesburg.Wo.
Fannie M. Latham to Harry h.
Joyce, wd. wi nei and ei nwl and swt
nwi, 27, 27, 19, 11, J1.100.
Harry S. Joyce and wife t) Uias. n.
Nation wd w nei and ci nwl and swt
nwi, 27, 27, 1, $2000.
D F Powell to Belle Hanna, wd.lots
0 and 7. Lindsay's add to Clianute.tluO
- Annie E.McKlarnan and husband to
C. C. Neighbors et al., trustees, wd.
ir.tc 7 n il. Mock 2. Mission, $12 J.
C. C. Neighbors, et al., trustees, tj
Dola Friedman wd lots 7, 9, 11, blk ,
St. Francis' 1st addition to Mission,
$200.
F. A. Leake to C. 1 Hentzen wd e
90 feet lot 4, block 10, Mission, $100.
F. A . Leake to C. I Hentzen, lots
20. 22, 24, 27, 28, block 8, St. Francis'
add to Mission, $3.')0.
Hanry Gay and wife to Anne L.
Holmes, wd. si swi 24 and ni nw' 2'.,
29, 17, 915(H).
Neosho County to R. X. Alien, t-d,
lot 7, bk 4, JoneV 2nd add to Chanute,
$91.40.
Neosho County to B. N. Allen t-d,
lot 15, l(i, 21, 22, b 2, Foster's addition
and lot 1 blk 3, Truitt's add to Cha
nute, $7.77.
Neosho County to 11. N. Allen, t-d,
lots 1,2,;', 4,5, 0,7,12, 13, 14, and 15,
blk 1, and lots 11, 19, and 20, blk 4,
Fosters' add to Chanute, $0.00.
Neosho County to B. N. Allen, Vd,
ni setf Sitf 2i, 3S, 19, $9.74.
Geo. II. Fit. and wife to Mrs. Alice
R. Kendall, wd swtf , 3, 30, 19, $2800.
1L II. Smith to John 11. Long wd ni
swi, 10, 27, 37, $2000.
E. A. llice to Cora May Virden wd,
lots l(i and 17, block A, Erie, $75.
NiOiho-bounty to B, N. Allen, t-d.,
iot 15, blk 18, New Chicago, lots (i, 7, 8,
9, 10, blk 4, Tioga; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, bk 3,
Biles' 2nd add, $10.70.
Lewis II. Fhillips and wife W. F.
Higgle wd sei, 8' 29, 19, $3500.
Marion Johnson to BessieKenney wd
lots 15 and Ki, blk 9, Neosho add to
Erie, $1000.
Julia E N. Tharp and bus to W. E.
C inipqell wd. si nei, 7, 29, 18, $1,275.
A. W. Ashcraft and wife to Mrs.Jno
Lucas wd lots 2, 3, 4, blk 12, New Chi
cago, $400.
Jacob Goodseal to J. J. Hurt qcdlots
8, 0; 10, 11, blk 3, New Chicago, $25.
J.J. Hurt and wife to W. S. Wood
ward, wd. lots S, 9, 10, 11, blk 3, New
Chicago, $275.
The "Bicyclist's Best Fnend" is a
familiar name for DeWitt's Witch
IBiZ'I Salve.always ready for emergen
cies. While a specific for piles, it also
lnMintly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
affections of the skin. It nerer falls.
Boschert& Williams.
Earlton.
Tuesday, Sept. 21 William Lucas,
who lives in the vicinity of Thayer,
was in the city Saturday.
Fross McClure and fami'y were up
from Coffey ville this week, visiting
'Mr. and Mrs. Clatfelter, the parents
of Mrs. McClure.
Mrs. Crane, returned Thursdaj -from
Liberty.
The Rev. Mr. Hobbs, of Dennis,
Serine
PLUMBERS
assisted by Elder Tlatz, held quarterly
meeting here, beginning Friday even
ing, lasting over Sunday.
County Treasurer, Nation was in
the city Friday.
A. J. Clemens and family who start-
cJ for Iowa last Tuesday, returned
yesterday. Mrs. Clemens was taken
sick before getting far away.
George Bricker and wife returned
home Saturday, after being out for a
few days recreation.
The fusionists of Canville-tp., met
at Crane's hall Saturday and nominat
ed the following ticket: Trustee, Bill
Edwards; Clerk, Jim Crane; Treasurer,
Z. T. Bostlcthwaite; Constables, Dan
Hilton and C. Hamilton.
Certainly you don't want' to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, sallow skin and loss of an
petite. You have never tried DeWitt's
Little Early llisers for these com
plaints or you would have been cured.
They are small pills but great regula
tors. Boschert & Williams.
Urbana.
luesuay, hept. ui. The nice rain
last week did not make any stock
water ana many farmers are still haul
ing water for their stock.
Beece Meyers was in town on busi
ness today.
Will Flirm made a business trip to
Chanute yesterday.
A.F. Neely is shipping hay.
' Del a Nation was visiting here last
week.
Daisy Shull went to Erie Sunday
on a visit.
J. C. Conrad and John His went
fishing last week. Their catch was
small.
W. P. Meredith, of Pittsburg, was
visiting here last week.
Farmers are sowing wheat in u rush.
The acreage will be increased here
this season.
Bev. McIIugh will preach at the
church In Urbana next Sunday at 3 p.
m.
Dr. Follett was called in consulta
tion last week with the attending
physician in thd case of Mrs. Silas
Hummer. Mrs. Hummer is very
much improved at this time and will
soon be out again.
Ou Sept. 29, in the evening the Lad
ies JAid Society will give an oyster
supper at the church for the benefit
i of the church, Y. P. Society. Every
1 body come.
There was a large attendance at
the Lyons sale today and property
sold high. At all recent sales, stock
has sold high, Surely prosperity has
come to stay.
Small precautions often prevent
great mischief. DeWitt's Little Ear
ly Bisers are very small pills in size,
but are u.ost effective In preventing
the most serious forms of liver and
stomach troubles. They cure consti
pation and headache, and regulate the
bjwels. Boschert & Williams
in Neosho and j
Thayer.
Wednesday, September 22. David
Houston, our next county treasurer,
was in town most of the day Wednes
day of this week.
Thos. McNulty, our efficient post
master, was on the sick list a day or
two this wei k.
T. W. Mead and family will be here
about October 1st with their house.
hold effects to occupy the Bates prop
erty.
Last Saturday was a ' hummer lor
busi ness among the Thayer merchants.
Sheriff Prangc spent a couple of
hours in our little city last Mouday
afternoon.
Several from here are attending the
old soldiers' reunion at Parsons this
week. Among the number are J. E.
Payne, A.C.Winters.and John hperry.
Mr. Bagan, manager of the Santa Fe
Grain Co. at Cherry vale, was in town a
yhort time Tuesday afternoon.
Prof. Crabb attended the teachers'
meeting at Chanute last Saturday.
C. If. Mills is moving to Galesburg
this week. Charley began teaching
there two weeks ago, driving back
and forth, but that got old soon.
Miss Holcomb, of Neodesha, is the
guest of Esq. Campbell and wife this
week.
Misses Delia Fergunson and Ethel
Lowrance, spent the day in Chanute
last Saturday. (.
Col. A. D. Mathias and V W. Low
rance, made a business trip io Cha
nute last Monday.
Misses Frank Ilawes and Edith
Green attended the teachers' institute
at Chanute last Saturday.
Foster Allen the pop candidate ftr
county clerk, was looking after his po
litical interests here last Saturday
night.
Dr. W. S. VanMeter and wife leave
this week for Indiana, where they will
spend a month visiting the scenes of
their childhood days.
- Ed Smith was at Chanute Saturday
of last week.
To heal the broken and diseased tis,
ihs. to sontlip t.lie irritated surfaccs-
to instantly relieve and to permanent
ly cure is me mission oi i;e mills
VVitcii Hazel Salve. Boschert & Will
iams. Leanna.
Tuesday, September 21 T. J. Al
ford preached at Grady Sunday.
The Big Creek township republican?
met Saturday and nominated the fol
lowing ticket: Trustee, T. J. Crapson;
Clerk, W. E. Alexander; Treasurer, S.
A. Large; Constables, W. J. Ermey
and Wm, Oilson.
Mr. Sours is very sick at present.
(). I). Courtney and wife, of Savons-
burg, and U. B. Courtney and family,
of Elsniore, attended meeting here
Sunday.
A Mr. Snodgrass, of Butlar county,
is here visiting his cousin,. F. Y. Snod
grass. New Scotland school commenced
Monday with Mr. Ailing, of Iola, as
teacher.
Miss Pearl Perry, of Humboldt, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Alford.
Masters Newton and Errett Alford
entertained the Sunday School classes
No. 4 and 5 at their homo Sunday eve
ning. Appropriate amusements were
indulged in and all report a splendid
time.
Jas. Reed, who will teach at Bo-
man this winter, visited our school
Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Becd, will start
tomorrow on an overland trip to Wau
b lunsic county to visit a few weeks
with relatives.
A social time was spent last Friday
'afternoon at the residence of Rev. M
Ingles in honor of his 53rd birthday,
About forty neighbors and friends
were present and spread a bountiful
supper, of which all partook with
seemingly tliegaeatest relish and plea
sure, after which all departed, wishing
him many more happy returns of such
days.
No man or woman can enjoy life or
accomplish much in this world while
suffering from atorpid liver. DeWitt's
Little Early Risers, the pills that
cleanse the organs, quickly. Boschert
& Williams.
Rural.
Mr. J. F. Pullen is bailing hay
across the river this week.
Mr. Jce Ilahn has been quite sick,
but is better at present.
Mr. A. Myers hauled a load of coal
from Thayer last Monday. lie says
the "High Entry" is the place to get
coal.
The whistle of the thresher has been
heard in our neighborhood this week.
Charley Lopeman Is threshing flax
for J. F. Pullen today.
TheTurkeyCreek bridge nearBalch's
is now under process of erection
will soon be completed.
George Bay left for liks new home
in Joplin last Sunday.
Mr. Golf and McFarland will attend
the reunion at Farsons. They go to
hear Bryan of course.
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THE EAST END
Lrey 'd? Feed
Stab 12
Bas first-class rigs at
reasonable prices, z
Boarding horses z
a specialty. 5
M. G. Strickland,
Proprietor.
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Rich, Clean, Pure,
Wholesome
MILK
Delivered at your door
two times every day
in the week.
BonBtirakB,thB Milk Man
Aijiericai)
LaUi)dri)l
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 I SONS, Props.
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 Chnnute.
Tie is no relation to Chauute's
Jerseys. TERMS: $2.00 TO IN
SURE.
S. H. ROSS.
Roomer's
Meat
Marine t.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
Nice clenn shop all kinds of
fresh and salt meats always
on hand.
IP Hoomor.
H' Have I'urchatrd
The S. T. Fyffe
herd of
D uroc Swine.
We have choice males and females
constantly on hands for sale at
reasonable rates.
COLAWtC COLAW
c Gem Shaving Parlor
HOT and COLD
13 T K
Opp.P.O. :: J.W.McCullQHgh,Prop.
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1 ftfflfl W f . J Mk that equal.
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!$HEjrUR$;M 0-0 CHICAGO
The Gnve-L)owns ,
Corsets and Waists,
TO TRY THEM
TO CONTINUE
ffifimmnm
Farmers
B
I want your PRODUCE, and will exchange clean,
rRFJSIl GNOCLiMES for it.
West
Fourth Street.
A New Crate
mmmm Dishes
, Qnd0)Gtep Sets
Just Received at
M
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f'i -f "- K produce of all kinds. Acorn-
plete hue of
0:mmu?t grocer.es,
Bloomheart,
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All kinds of light
Harness
Saddles cheap.
S. A- WlClAJJ5
GpQin, Seed and (Joal.
Office Bacon block.
I have agents at Humboldt, Vilas, Earlton, Urbana and Shaw;
WAIST;
IS
THEIR USE.
S9S
eifer, Agt.
Carter.
mrnmrnim
cCune Bros.
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A Great Hit.
We are Hitting them Hard
with oilr prices,
BOOTS, SHOES
and FURNISHING GOODS.
Wright & Co.
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$25S
Pants all wool, from $3 50'
to $7.50.
and heavy
N
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at Gray's Harness shop.
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