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The only BIG SHOW
that will visit you this year. ENLARGED TO TWICE ITS FORMER SIZE. Leme n Brothers World's Monster Shows. 3 Ring Circus, 5 Continent Menagerie, Trained Animal Exhibition Real Roman Hippodrome Free Horse Fair. Surely Coming- and Positively Exhibit at CHANUTE, THURSDAY, Sep. 30 TTTTntTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'fTTTT7TTTTTTTTT7TTTrr7TTTTTTTT7TrTnTTnTTTTTTnTTnTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!3 fsk 7.. ,"7.1 TIZ -"i .S V. ."-it 1 'J .Km e fit ,n L 3 I tmmmkifoiJR and Six Horse RfDERvA A? I 1 TALE OF TWO COUNTIES. (Continued from first piw.) E.iiuuaiiauuiiMiiiiiiUiiiUiiiiAJJiitMij'auiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiJiuiJi.uuJiauiiuuiiU SPECIA.E FEATURES. The Mighty Bovalapus, T iiPsrPCt Stranmiet A irfnbcf nf nil 1li i ': -tw ,-, . -; i F f i iik aua ui, uuuilJl, rt li I II Wl . - I. . -,, .Ijii-iUJ the Great Dee:. The Biggest Brute on Eartk a Towering Giant, The very Lord of Beasts. Taller, Longer, Weighs More, Cost More than any other Elephant ever Captured. Bigger than the famous Juinto. Santiago, The world's highest diver; actually flings himself back wards from the highest point ever dived from. Little Edna. The girl wonder. The only lady turning forward and backward somer saults on a bareback horse. A challenge of $10,000 to anyone who can produce her equal. Racing- Steers, A GREAT NOVELTY. 100 ExaJlted Circils Champions in 150 SiJprems Acts. COMPLETES!', LARGEST, GREATEST WORLD'S MENAGERIE Kittie Kruger, The only lady 4 and 6-horse rider in the world. Whole droves and herds of Animals, Giant Camels, J Inner Manrrl xnrl Tallrrl Hnrs Ftuhv Hnnnn 'i Baby Llsns, Serpents and Birds. , Fredonia. Wednesday, September 22. S. L Friedline, of Vilas, and lieu Colaw, uf Rest, are serving on the jury. C. S. Nation, of the Chanute Times, was in town getting court house news today. J. . j.easiey, our next postmaster. was in town today. TXT ( . ii. a. .-meets 01 riainc twp., mar keted stuck here today. Attorney J. L. Denison, of Eiie.was representing the Santa Fe in a couple of personal damage ca-es this week '1 he Cold Dust hotel will change hands again in a few days, the Ruble girls again taking charge. the J' redonia hand is at Altoona to day furnishing music tor the M. V. A picnic. HEAL ESTATE TU AN'SFEHS. Henry Owens and wife to J. A. Petty 10 acres in t hetopa twp., $100. r. 1:.. t n.i 1 . i-uiuuiia v. inorneana liusto Mma Li. Koch, (i2 a. Talleyrand twp. $1000. Mary F. Powell and hus to A. D, heckley, MO acres in Duok Creek twp. $24(10. II. C. Ilighlill toC. M. Hightill, lot3 blk 23, Altoona, $1.5. 11. J.Waddel Investment Co to Wal ter Kidder, 270 a.Jbuck Creek twp, $1. W lJson County Dank to N. Pussier, lot o, blk 7 Fredonia. tax deed. h. Lamb, adm'r. to Prange & De- shazo, adm'r. deed 3 acres of land $50. George Sharp and wife to Simon Thrush, lot 10, blk 12, Rencdict, $1.50 C. C. AY hite and wife to R. M.White and wife, 0-9 und. i of 40 acres, Clifton twp., $0.50. J. E. Putman and wife to R. W McGrath, 84 a. Verdigris twp., $700. P.M. Ogle and wife to Tabitha Max well, lots 7S,!l.ljlk 1 New Albanv.uo. NEW CASES. Cases have been disposed of in dis trict court since last report as follows: John If. Smith vs rin'lena Urev, ct il; sale con tinned and deed ordered James L. Lombard vs. J jhn M. 1 1 a t- ton, et al.; (dismissed without preju dice at plaintiff's costs. Deming Investment Co. vs. Theo dore Truxwell, et al.: judgment for plaintiff- f 0 r$si.'!.15 to draw 10 per cent. interest till paid; mortgage foreclosed. (r. Yv. Anderson vs. Mary C. Mere dith eta!.; judgement for plaintiff for $S3.10 to draw 10 per rvnt interest till paid; niortp!i! lnr;'cuicd. State of Kansas vs. Edward Wright and Joseph Harr. Dismissed as to Wright;and continued as to Parr.li nd fixed at $500. State of Kansas vs. 11. T. Webb: charged with violating the prohibitory law; found guilty on eight counts. Statof Kansas vs. Ben Mead; con tinued. State of Kansas vs. Floyd Klinger; continued. State of Kansas vs. Perry Lowers; dismissed at, costs of defendant. ui ivan.-5.1s . Utopia Scudder: continued. Mrs. Etta Keller vs. St. L. & S. F. R. IL Co.; judgment for plaintiff for $1!'(0 and costs. W. T. Hewitt vs. ! rank Scliioesscr et a!.; contiuued bv consent. Clias. Ifa miltoti vs. Frank Ii. Can trail et a!; judgment fonlofondant.and that defendant recover from plaiutill his cost s. Samuel I'.linn, Adm'r, vs. St. L. & S. F. It. R. Co.; jury impanelled and sworn to try the cause. W. I). Shockey vs. M. E. Jeter et al. Continued by consent. G. K. Richardson vs.R.L.Fisk Jtal.; Tried and taken under advisement. Citizens Rank of Altoona vs, Rich ard Mallett, et al.; dismissed at plain tiff's costs. V. A. Ilaight vs. Hannah Anderson et al; judgment for plaintiff for$.')37.10 and costs. John Reavers jr., vs. N. EUeison; judgment for defendant and that he recover of plaintiff his costs. Citizens State Rank of Sturgls.Mich igan vs. R. T. Webb; judgment for $140(1.0(5 and costs; to draw S per cent. interest. RojrtU makit th food pur, wbolom nd dellclou. 0A POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAl BAKINQ POWDCR CO., NEW YORK. Threshing is in full blast this week. Sacks are scarce. Mrs. Rauman and daughter of Yates Center are visiting in Pleasant Val ly this week. John Strode threshed his llax today W. AV. Cooper of the Raker Modi cine Co., is making his semi annual tour through this section of country S. S. Miles has sold his stock of merchandise to Joe Wiltsie. Wihnoth is shipping hogs to K. G today. Frank Reynolds, of Chanute, took a tie pass for Vilas last Sunday and when he arrived here, was apprised of the fact that his girl had gone to Kansas City. our section foreman ana nis men will go to Topeka next week. lap Coats sold a new wagon toThos. McMillen yesterday. uert L'onnoi organized a singing class at Peach Grove, Tuesday night W. T. Peter, of. Chanute, Sundayed at II. Simmons. h'- WilloMs in t with a heavy loss 1 s.Suiidav m irning, by tire; about 2 o'clock he discovered that li is barn was on fire and in a fiew minutes was burned to the ground, his loss is very heavy, at least $3000. with only $(100. insurence. Grandma Anderson died yesterday it 10 o'clock a. 111., and was buried to day In the Pleasant Valley cemetery. She was about 79 years old and was respected by ali who knew her. Omega. Tuesday, Sept. 21. Cooler For "toajr&cilxua in GO tO KOCH DUOS-, West 4th street ecure A EE A A M M ome. For the next fifteen days, we will sell lots In , Eden Park ot just one-half price. These are desirable lots, being well located, and at the prices we are selling the m They Are Cheap. A 6UHI WW WWW FARADS EVER? SSK7 DAY it 13 o'clock a, m' High DivolO:fJO n.m.nndO.VO p.m. Excursions on nil Railroads. AIjIi 'i-'JUTNTTfii WATETAPROOF Cojrs open at 1 and 7 p. m. Perfo mances at 2 and 8 p. m. 'Will Also Show at tola, Friday, October 1st. Tlios. J. E Ig; vs- Lymin F. De Lnnget al.; judgement for plaintiff for $143.5.11 and costs to draw 10 per cent, interest. Eliza M. Pelgram vs. Donald N Willits et al.; judgment for plaintiff against Willits & Willits for 1414.33 to draw 10 per cent Interest. Mort gage foreclosed. Continued as to other defendants. State of Kansas vs.; A. R. Mead. Defendant failing to appear, bail de clared forfeited. Alias warrent issued City of Neodeha vs.; R. T. Webb, Defeiident found guilty as charged, Moments are useless if trirli-d away , and Mny are dangerously wasted if i consumed by delay in cast s where One i Minute Cough (Jure would orlng lm i mediate relief. Roschert Ac Williams, Vilas. Wednesday, Sep. 22. Hugh Farrellv and Mr. McNulty of Chanute, wa9 on . our streets yesterday. I Allle Brickler hauled his broom (corn to Ilumbolt yesterday. He re c Ived $.50.00 per ton for It. weather since the rain. Stock water is scarce. J. C. Thorn has bought the Gulick far.u. Price paid, $4000 dollars. Steve Mofiatt is building a new- bar n. Steve Shelton has traded his farm for one in Miama county, and will move soon. Pleasant V alley will lose a good citizen. Joe Griffin, who left .here a short time ago for his home in Illinois, lias written back to Ed Co'aw to lri:ig his hounds out there and catch a wolf that is catching his sheep. Ed says he will go as soon as it rains enough for stock water. John Ditto is sick witli fever. He is at J. II. Ditto's in Altoona. A. J. Stanley, who formerly lived in Pleasant Valley in dead. Farmers have began to crib their corn which will be a light crop. Will Prange has one more little job of threshing and be is done for this year. Will says llax was the poorest crop that ha been for twelve years. The populist central committee have placed the name of J. M. Luckey of Pleasant Valley on their ticket for Surveyor. J. M. is qualified for any county office. Ollie Shelton was visiting In this vicinity Saturday and Sunday. Thos. and Charley Green are both hauling water for house use. It is reported that some of the boys got too much "red eve" at the reunion md did not get home till next morn ing- School begins a week from next Monday, with Fannie Magatagan as teacher. Ross Coats sold his yearling steers to Wllmoth for twenty seven dollars per head. Hurrah for McKiuleyl Pleasant Valley. Tuesday, Sep. 21. George Smith has a new wagon box. Mr. Dixon brought out his new water tank from Altona, Wednesday, They are a great improvement ovtr barrels where one has to haul much water. Mrs. Groshong and little daughter returned to their home In Missouri Friday. Manuel McCulley, is in our neigh borhood again. J. R. Adams and wife drove to Buf falo Monday. Jeff Cain is able to be out again after several weeks sickness. Mrs. Old Richardson and Eltnore returned Saturday from Illinois. Gid Richardson has been at Fredonia several days this week, attending court. After the first of October, the prices of these lots will bo advanced to their real value, which is double our present price. BEATTY NASH. elxxcI Stoves 2 L. lIL,L,ERn iiiiii FOR SALE h i I i It 4 U H JtJLM Tl 7 K. WW J. S E W E L L Rev. S. D. Wallace pr farewell sermon at the C i unday niglit. i bed his church, Cut Ward. Tuesday, September 21. Mr. She 1 ton left for Miami county last Monday. John Anderson Is building a new dwelling house. The Twisss Comedy entertainment at the school house last Saturday night was a failure. Orville Finley and wife, and Miss Poe.of Oklahoma, who have been visit ing In this vicinity recently, left for home last Sunday. Mrs, Duncan, of Indiana, is visiting friends in this vicinity. The protracted meetings at the Bap tist church are still in progress, and will last till next Sunday night. Joe Wiltse has bought the store n Vilas" owned by S. Miles, and will take possession soon. If you have ever seen a little child in a paroxysm of whooping cough, or if you have been annoyed by a con stant tickling in the throat, you can appreciate the value of One Minute Cough Cure, which gives quick relief. -Roschert & Williams. Rates I will make a special rua on large portraits, K'x20and 18x22 done in cray on, pastel, pasteline, India Ink aul Water Colors from now until Holi days. Anyone having any enlarging that thry w'sh done will do well to call at my photograph gallery in the Lindsay bloak, and get prices, etc. Howard Jones. Benedict. Wednesday, Sep. 22. Farmers are busv drilling wheat. E. Evans is threshing this week. The Renedict schools opened Mon day, with an enrollment of 40 In the principal's room-and 37 in the primary. Several advanced pupils from out side districts are attending. A large number of the Modern Woodmen attended the log rolling at Altoona, Wednesday. C. A. Tarter's cane mill is busy making molases. Arlington Knaus returned from Arkansas without getting a Job on the R, R. S. M. Singletons new house Is almost completed. Mr. S. expects to move into It about Nov., 1. Miss Bessie Wlmmert, who lives south-east of Fredonia, Is living with Mrs. McNairand attending school. Maude Benedict s attending our chool, also Dessa Myres of Roper. I HAVE OPENED A Tin. ctrid rtortir snop in the old Carter building. REPAIRING - GASOLINE - STBVES A SPECIALTY. LOWEY. The Delmonico StaMssl .VaxS Having purchased the Delmonico sta bles, I shall continuo the business as heretofore. Cood rigs at reasonable rates. R. DOVE. PILE8-NSTUU bm Ban the Kraium i and al. (tifK-Matoa Dosltiv. ly cored or PT- We do nut accept one cont until the patient 1 perfectly roraj, Send for pamphlet (free) oonUUnlng full pur tioQlar and niuncf of bondreli who have bwn rared by as. RntrTrnr. our patient, ,-lTeola pmpblot. On. TBORSTON UKOR. lflO Wt th fl rl, laauai Cltr, ..