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THE CIIANUTE TIMES.
$1.QO PER YEAR. FRIDAYTsEPTEMBEH 24, 1897. Local News. Old papers for sale at this otllce. Dr. Park Sundayed at St. Taiil. Will Chaffln, of Altoona, called yes terday. Dr. Rudbeck, was up from Shaw, Monday. Delos Johnson has gone east to visit relations. Fred Midcap was up from Earl ton Saturday. Mrs. Meyers, of Kansas City, is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Rosenthal. Col. Cook, of Vilas, was in town Wednesday. Dr. lirown went to Erie as Usual Wednesday. There are about 900 scholors enroll ed in the public schools of Chanute this term. C. P. Garvin is in Chicago on busi ness this week. Plumbers are kept very busy now putting in gas. E. Squires returned Monday from his eastern trip. Col. J. C. Carpenter returned to Chanute Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Frewert, of Galena is visiting in the city. J. P. Russell, of Vilas, was in town Tuesday and called. ' " Chas. N. Green, of Rest, was a pleas ant caller Tuesday. W. II. Brown and wife of Ncodcsha, Sundayed in town. O. C. Lirubocker, of Big Creek, tp was in town Monday. J. B. Ditmars and John Clopine were in town Saturday. Howard Jones, the photographer is the busiest man in town. Miss Olive Farmer is visiting Kan sas City friends this week. Hon. II. Allen, Adjutant General of the state was here Monday. C. P. Garvin's new house in fourth ward Is nearing completion Phil. Johnson is selling out at and in some instances below cost. II. P. Farrelly orated at the soldiers' reunion at Parsons this week. Wm. Palmer and Dr. VanMeter of Thayer, were in town Monday. W. B. Shirley, of Buffalo, visited friends in the city over Sunday. Miss Snowy Ditch, of Stockton Mo., is visiting friends In town. Sam Squier, of Garnett, visited his parents in this city over Sunday. Wes Newland of Chetopa-tp., Wil son county, was in town Monday. Mrs. II. O. Arnold has been on the sick list but is slowly improving. W. B. Shirley, one of Buffalo's lead ing merchants, was in town Sunday. Miss Johnson, of Ottawa, is visit ing Mrs. II. B. Bell, on second street Rajah the largest Elephant in the world will be here Thurslay, Sept: 30 J. A. Denton and Will Alexander of Vilas, were in town on busines yesterday. Belles Letters Reading Club met with Mrs. C. S. Nation, Tuesday afternoon. WorR on the inside work of Bosch- ert & Williams' new building is pro gressing nicely. C. A. McMullen who used to be edi tor of the Benedict Echo, was in town awhile Saturday. Mrs. Joe Shinn entertained in honor of Mrs. L. Meyers, of Kansas City, on Friday afternoon. Thomas L$. Nixon, of Chicago, visit ed his parents in this city this week. Baldwin Ledger. J. D. Ourden. living near three mounds in Wilson county was a pleas ant caller Tuesday. A. W. Ashcraft, went to Parsons last Monday to attend the soldiers' reunion at that city. Arthur Boyle will soon move into the house, in second ward, recently vacated by O. C. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Ashford, visited friends in Savonsburg and St. Paul, the first of the week. Ralph Light and Harry Wilson left for Kansas City this week, where they enter a medical university. Miss Gooden, of Chicago, was here last Saturday to instruct our teachers in drawing for their years work. Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson, left Wednesday for a visit with friends at Pittsburg, Ft. Scott and Arcadia. Every merchant in Chanute who has anything to sell and is telling the people about it, has a good trade. D. W. Matsler brought to this ofiice Wednesday, half a dozen ears of the finest corn vie have seea this year. The Board of Education met Mon day uight in adjourned session. No business of importance was transact ed. F. A. Pjvv, the plumber and gas fit ter, spent Sunday at Neodesha. Mrs. Tew is visitiDg relati vesat LaFontaine at present. ' Will Bailey is working in the Regu lator Clothing Store during the ab sence of Phllo Garvin, who is in Cni- cago. Miss Anna Farmer, of Kansas City, Is In town, the truest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Farmer of second ward. Ruth Gibson, daughter of Cap. Gib son is attending school in this city. She is stopping with Mrs. N. W. Henry. Jacob Leonard, one of the substan tial farmers of Cedar Valley, Wilson county, was a pleasant caller yester day. O. B. Jeffers. of Fredonia, passed through town Tuesday, enroute for Manhattan to enter the Agricultural college. W. II. Powell who is working in D. E. McClelland's real estate office, made a business trip to Eric Monday. Will is a hustler. J. W. Crabband Misses Edith Green and Frank Hawes, of the Thayer schools attended the teachers meeting here Saturday. Miss Clark, of Wichita will meet our city teachers next Saturday at 2 p. m., to instruct them in their work of teaching music. The smallest child Equestrienne in the world, Little Edna, will perform both afternoon and night with Lemen Brothers on Sept 30th. The Neosho county teachers' associa tion held its first meeting at this place Saturday. A goodly number of teach ers were in attendance. W. H. Powell left Tuesday for Mo., on a land deal. Mr. Powell and D. E McClelland are making things hum in the real estate line. The A. H. T. A. meets at I. O. O. F TTall tonlirht at seven thirty. A full turnout is desired as important busi ness will be transacted. There are many interesting sights with the Lemen Brothers' Shows nev er seen with other exhibitions, and will be here Thursday, Sept. 30th. Fighting Tom, the Boxing Kanga roo, will spar four rounds, afternoon and night, with Lemen Brothers' Big Show, here on Thursday, Sept. 30th. B. F. Carter and wife moved to Benedict today. Mr. Carter's term as a teacher in the Benedict schools be gins next Monday. Fredonia Citizen. H. M. Turner, the telegraph line man, of the Santa Fe, will go to Colo rado soon, where he has accepted a good position with the same company. The patriotic organizations of the town had a joint meetidg at Masonic hall, Saturday night. Speeches, songs and recitations were the order of the evening. S. S. Warner and wife and Mrs.C.A. Cox attanded the wedding of James Warner at Girard this week. Mr. James Warner is a nephew of Mr. Warner. Mrs. Sam'IBaughman and daughter Miss Elsie, of Yates Center, have been in town several days this week the guests of the Baughmans in sec ond ward. Chief Clerk, M. D. Henry, spent last Sunday in Kansas City. Mr. Henry has been selected as Marshall of the sixth division in the Santa Fe parade at the Topeka festival. J. W. Dill, of Altona, was in town Monday, and called as usual. Mr. Dill and many other old soldiers of his vi cinity will attend the reunion at this place, Oct. 4, 5 and 0th. J. F. Owens, of Earlton, one of Wil son county's successful teachers, was in town Saturday attending the as sociation and called. Mr. Owens will teach at Ward this winter. The Epworth League gave a recep tion Tuesday evening in honor of the city teachers. Ashoet program was rendered and a pleasant social time was enjoyed by those in attendance. Our old friend, R. B. McCutcheon, has leased the Longton Gleanor, and will get out his first issue this week. We welcome brother McC. to the ranks and hope lie will be successful in the venture. Mrs. Peter Rausch will sell a lot of horses, cattle, hogs, farm impliments, household goods and kitchen furni ure at her farm, three miles south east of Vilas next Tuesday the 23th inst, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. The foundation walls of the new school house i n the second ward are completed and the brick work was commenced Wednesday and is pro gressing finely. Lemen Brothers' show is billed for this i)la?c next Thursday, the 30th. inst. As this show has been drawing hv big crowds wherever they have been this year, we may expect a big crowd here 011 that day. The show is a good one. Andy Briley had one of his eyes hurt Saturday evening while unload ing ice; he went at once to Topeka for medical aid. He has hopes of saving the sight, but there isnothingcertain about it yet. The Republican county committee met this afternoon at 2 o'clock and organized by electing A. T. Anglln, of Clifton-tp., Chairman, and J. W. Moore, of Chetopa-tp., Secretary. Fredonia Citizen Reunion Program. The annual G. A. It., reunion, of the Neosho County Vetrans will be held in Chanute, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct, 4,5 and 0th. The committee in charge of the re union are perfecting arrangements to make this occasion the most com plete and successful affair ever held In Neosho County. Cammauder, Theo. Botkin will be present and many prominent members of the G. A. R., S. of Vs. and their auxiliary ladies societies will attend and will address the people. The program for the three days, as generally out lined, will be as follows: Monday, Oct, 4., G. A. R. day. Commander Theo. Botkin will speak at night. Tuesday, Oct. 5; W. R. C, and Ladies of the G. A. R., addresses by Senator G. H. Lamb, Emma Wall and others; grand merchants' parade, to be participated in by Veterans' socie ties, Railroad societies, school children and etc. Grand free entertainment at Floral Hall at night. Wednesday, Oct. 6; Sons of Veter ans and L. A. S., addresses by promi nent members of the two orders and a grand camp-lire at night. Coffee, beans and crackers will be fvrnished free to the Veterans. Wedding Bells. Wednesday, Sept., 22., Mr. Sanford Miller, ot Parsons, and Miss Clara Rush, daughter of J. Z. Rush living east of this city, were united in mar rage. Rev. G. W. Stafford preformed the ceremony. The bride is a gradu ate of the Chanute schools and has many friends in this city. The groom is a business man of Parsons, in which city they will make their future home. The Times wishes Mr. Miller and his fair bride a large measure of hap piness and prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cone, of Cedar Rapids Iowa, are visiting in the city. Mr. Cone is a brother of John and Luther Cone and Mrs. I. C. Mann and over twenty four years ago he and his family were residents of Chanute. Eloborate preparations are being made for the soldiers' reunion to be held here, Oct. 4, 5 and 6th. The nrnsn.irts are that this will be the largest gathering of soldiers ever held in Neosho county. An excellent pro gram has been arranged. Drs. Clark & Co., the Chicago spec ialists, will visit this country again as follows: Thayer, Central Hotel, Tuesday afternoon, Sep. 28; Chanute, Oriental Hotel, Wednesday afternoon, Sen. 2!: Erie, Arlincton Hotel, Thurs day afternoon, Sep. 30. Consultation free. Topeka'sfall festivals begin Mon day and last all week. Monday will be Fraternal day; Tuesday, Fireman's day; Wednesday, Santa Fe day; Thurs day. Floral day; Friday, Soldiers day; Saturday, Good Bye. Quite a number of Chanute folks will go up. The Santa Fe employes here are making extensive preparations for the Santa Fe parade which takes place Wednes day. We are under obligations to the committee of 28, Topeka for a special invitation to attend the reunion and banquet to be held at Topeka, Tues day the 23, inst., in honor of the pres ent and past Department Command ers of Kansas, G. A. R. and Sons of Veterans. Miss Kitty Kruger, the World's Greatest Rider, will amaze, with the Big Shows at Chanute, Sept. 30th. ' $200 Reward. On Sunday morning, the 19th inst., Jesse Wilkins, living one and one-half miles south of Vilas, lost his stock barn by fire. Everything indicates that it was the work of an incendiary. Mr. Wilkins offers a reward of $100 for evidence which leads to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator Sub-order No. 141, A. II. T. A., of Vilas, also offers $100 reward for the same, making $200 in all. 1-4 Earlton Pops Mad, Siieciiil to The Times. Earlton Kansas, Sept. 21, 97. Un der the guise of a Free Silver caucus, the democrats of Canville-tp., met last Saturday and nominated the fol lowing ticket: Trustee, Will Brown; Clerk, Jim Crane; Treasurer, Z, T. Postlcthwaite. The pops and so call ed silver republicans were left out in the cold and are very wrathy while the democrats are as happy as larks. SURELY COMING. Lemen Brothers' World's Monster Shows. Every man, woman or child who knows anything about circuses, and who ever saw Lemen Brothers' World's Shows, will be delighted to know that the big shows, in all their maernifkence and exalted grandeur, will surely exhibit at Chanute Thurs day, Sep. 30, and precede both exhibi tions with the grandest morning street parade ever seen since parades were first exploited. In the great shows will be seen several new feat ures which can not be seen elsewhere. Those who have not seen the monster Bavalapus pronounce it the greatest, the strangest and most unique marvel to which the deep ocean ever gave birth. The shaggy, fierce, though beautiful, horse-riding lion; Rajah, the biggest born of brutes, taller, longer, cost more than the world famous Jumbo the very lord of beasts, and is worth the price of ad mission alone. The Roman Hippo drome, an exact reproduction of the rinrsp of ancient Rome, and the mod ern races attached to it, are at once exciting, exhilerating, and in all things equal to the best races run on a modern race-course, ine circus, which consists of one hundred and fifty superior acts, given by one hun dred superior arenic stars, requires three full hours in which to give them. There are five cases assigned for hearing in the Appellate court for November setting at Ft. Scott which are appealed from Judge Stillwell's district: From Neosho County, M. K Si T. R. R , vs Steinberger; Baxter vs McDougall; Kellog, vs Dittman Boot and Shoe Co. There is one case from Wilson and one from Allen, co. Now its dollars to doughnuts that The Mammoth Racket. $$88$ they are all affirmed, and Judge Still- well's rulings sustained. Every body will be here to see the big Show on Thursday, Sept. 30th. Alex Nash returned from Elk City yesterday. He reports Mrs. Nash improving nicely. If you want a first class photograph go to Jones, in Lindsay Block. tf Dr. Park lias just secured a pension for Ruxanna Frazer of St. Paul. Lemen Brothers' have a complete Japanese Circus you can see without rhnrrrr.. Will exhibit at Cha- nute Sept. 30th. Mrs. S. Kennedy visited her son, D M. Kennedy the first of the week. See Dawdy's fine sewing machine for .",n snnt r.'isll. tf. Mrs. II. II. Snyder has been quit sick but is better at the present writ i"g- I have purchased theRustler 2nd hand fitfiro nnd will continue the business at the old stand. All kinds of second hand goods bought, sold and exchang ed J TO. Tnmlinson. 45-tf Boschert & Williams will ex change all school books used in Kansas. tf FARMERS. We want your young and old chickens Tuesday,. Sep. 28. tf. Bloomheart, Wright & Co. Dr. Brown kas moved his office into the Bacon Block 1st roor north of Fleming & Meeker's. Residence, North Main street. Money! Money! Money! If you wish to borrow money on real estate security, see L. II. Johnson & Son before making application else where. Office in Gray'a harness shop, Lindsay block, Chanute, Kansas. 42tf- The Chanute boys seem to think there is only one pretty girl in Cha nute and that is R. G. How is ihat girls? Drafts payable in any part of the world may be secured at reasonable rates at the Chanute State Bank. tf Miss Julia M. Donahue a medical missionary to IlingHua China will deliver a free lecture at the M. E. charch, beginning at 7:30. The safest and most convenient way of sending money is by bank draft. The Chanute State Bank issues drafts payable anywhere. tf fc- -Wf (HI I CJ.,n . i c-mwnrrrt- JWH"t- Ji!lirF3T flFf"" I?"" e T" ' r 1 , r " m r-a F iHihur - r ihMMWfc- -muwar imttmrn ihumi F. A. PEW, PROFESSIONAL GAS FITTER. 0 Nothing but First-Class work done y 1 r-j si iiflarlnl FfrnlcnPn u DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF LIGHTS AND GAS FIXTURES Opposite Chanute Lumber Co. !TTTT"t r T T 5Tf""C -T"T""t: t-t". -gvT t The Most Wonderful Discovery of the Age. E3tafc3 tataca The Powerful Explosive- ness of Gasoline . Conquered :acaca :atac3 scac3 mentof our Abmmoth 'e will now sell you gaso line that is absolutely non-explosive, odorless and smoke less, and we will sell it at the same price, 13c per gallon, uniil October 1st, when we will advance the price to 15c. per gallon to cover extra cost. 'e want every family be tween Walnut and Benedict. Cherryvalc and lola to be sure and try one gallon before Oct ober 1st at the same old price. To those who have heretofore refrained from using gasoline on account of the danger in curred, we can now say that you can now use gasoline with less danger than you use coal oil lamps. This is another proof that in every depart Establishmcnt, we UNDERBUY and UNDERSELL For Spot Cash. The Mammoth Racket Chanute, Kansas. & H. L,. Freeman Owner. The Mammoth Racket g Patronize. The Chanute State Bank. CHANUTE, KANSAS. Favors Consistent with Carefuf Banking extended to ourCustome rs DIRECTORS: J. II. Light, Tres., Smith Day, Vice Pres., J. B. P. Cates. Atty. Geo W. Williams, Director, Geo. IS. Lindsay, Cashier. lirch & WfcGreW, Carry a full and complete line of drugs, paints, oils, varnishes, and in fact, everything that is usually kept in a first-class drug store West 4th st. GIVE lis A CALL. d. e. McClelland, Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent. has the following bargains to offer you. Come quick. Tliev re bound to go: aven in 'Void cash" will buy 68 acres of creek bottomland. $75on?y Uo and one half miles from Chanute. One third of the enm this year amounted to 1U1. How is -this for AN T W F ST M E X T v RfiOO 400 cash' 400 on long time at 7 per cent interest will $ buy 80 acres of choice land4?miles from Chanute. 65 acres in cultivation. 1,") acres of grass land. . S700 250 cash, Bal. on long time at fi per cent interest 'wi ,7l" ,L i., ,,ii i,..it wpt, nf Thaver. Will ouy ou .u.it-3 i" Chanute, Kan, Sept. 17, S97-i THE BANK OF COMMERCE, Chanute, Kansas. (Incorporated under the State Banking Laws.) A general banking business transactod. Liberal accomodations to cos tomers. Always couservately managed: S.W.Sturdevant, Pres., J.L, Lyen Cashier