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TALE OF TWO COUNTIES.
(Continued from first pugo.) Fredonia. Wednesday, October 1.1. Supt. Sipc is making out a table of school statis tics of Ins own origin for the benefit of teachers and all Interested in school work. s Gov. Leedy and Congressman Ilidg ley spoke to a good audience in the court house Tuesday night. Candidates are making their cam paign strictly on their individual merits. Tcople are inclined to look to the man rathe than the party. Prof. Howell, who lately resigned Jiis position as teacher iu the Fredonia schools, left Saturday night for El Re no, Ok., where lie has taken the prin cipalship of the city schools. The Fredonia Odd Fellows celebra ted the twenty-tifth anniversary of their subordinate lodge last Friday night. There were members present from the different lodges throughout the county. The Rebekah lodge pre pared supper for the occasion. After supper, J.T.Cooper addressed the pub lic meeting held in the lodge room, upon the merits of Odd Fellowship and Fraternal organizations in general. After a short address by Rev. Black burn, of Altoona. and some music.the meeting was dismissed with the feel ing that the evening had been well spent. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. I II. Cramer and husband, to Lew is G, Sprague, 40 a. Neodeslia twp., $500. George L. White and wife to Solo mon Moore, lots 4 and 5, blk 22, Buf falo, $.r)0. Topeka Investment & Loan Co. to Win. L. Bartlett, 100 a. Fall River tp. Geo. P. Shores to the State Bank of Fredonia. 140 a Clifton, $1820. Sarah Ilaworth to Darning Invest ment Co, 100 a Verdigris twp, $ c Ella Abbott and husband to Philip Wightsil, lots 2:1 and 24, Coyville, $20. L. P. Button and wife to A. Love l )t 13, 14, 15, 10, 17 and 18, blk 45, Neo desha City, $1500. Oliver Pens law and wife to Joseph McNair, lot 10, bl k 17, New Albany, $250. J. W. McNair and wife to Absalom Blinn, lot 10, block. 17, New Albany, $175. Joseph W. Stivers and wife to Jas. II. Brilie, lot 11, blk 1, Fredonia, $75. MARRIAGE LICENSE. Reuben L. Whitson, Altoona, "j Anna R. Wilmoth I Benjamin C. Brown, Altoona, j Nettle Barnhill ' l John II. Holly, Neodesha, j Luella Brown, Warren, Ind., 21 18 30 23 33 30 Warning: Persons who suffer from C0.U2I1S and colds should heed the warnings of danger and save them selves suffering and fatal results by using One Minute Ccugli Cure. It is an infallible remedy for coughs, colds, croup and all throat and lung troubles. Boschert & Williams. Vilas. Wednesday, October 13. Miss May Irwin left last Friday for Colorado, where she will visit relutives for a couple of months. A daughter of Alex Pugh is visiting him this week. S. Coats is building a corn crib this week on his farm. J. E. Hanson was in Fredonia on business yesterday. Some of the old veterans have gone to Leavenworth this week. S. S. Miles is very sick this week and is hardly expected to recover. W. A. McCarter shipped hogs from here to Kansas City Monday. Peputy Sheriff Roberger, of Fredo. nia, was in our city yesterday. G. N. Wiggens is building a corn crib and wagon shed this week. Trjtracted meeting tins week and next at the Teach Grove school house. J. N. Taylor Is doing the carpenter work on C. P. Swank's store building. A. E. Timpane, of Chanute, was interviewing our merchants yesterday. Pr. Baird has been busy attending the sick in this vicinity for the past week. Wm, Tefft lost a valuable ho-se last week, supposed to have died with botts. Henry Simmons, wife and daughter, and Mrs. J. L. Morrison were in Kan sas pity last week. Mr. Venard and wife left for Califor. ilia last Monday,where they will make their future home. J. L. Morrison returned home last Sunday from a visit with his mother in Johnson county, Mo. Chas. Anderson's brother, who has been visiting in this vicinity.returned to his home in Chicago yesterday. Frank Brieger will sell a lot of horses cattle, Jiogs. chickens, wagons.harness, farm Implements, also his household goods and kitchen furniture at his residence two miles southeast of Vilas Tuesday, the 19th Inst. Ward. Tuesday, October 12. Mr.Cllneand family returned home from Missouri last Saturday after a brief visit there with relatives. Refreshing showers last Sunday. Mr. Wilson is busking and cribbing his corn. Am Owens returned from Kansas City yesterday, ' Conference at the New Light church closed last Monday night. o. W. A lies has purchased two car loads of caUle to feed this winter. A number of the neighbors spent last Saturday evening at Mr.Shelton's, Misses Jennie and Myria Moore, of Thayer, visited Mr. Leonard's last Thursday. Clyde Tomlinson and wife, of Ur bana, were visiting at John Williams' last Saturday and Sunday. Cards are out announcing the wed ding of Mr. Whitson and Miss Anna Wilmoth on next Wednesday. The G. A. R. post, of Earlton will give a bean supper at that place next Saturday night. Beans served at 15c. Mrs. Hinds, of Louisburg, enroute for Oklahoma to visit her two sons, stopped in the Valley a few days to visit friends and relatives. J, M. Thirswcnd, of Grosbeck, Tex., says that when he has a spell of in digestion, and feels bad and sluggish, he takes two of Pe Witt's Little Early Risers at night, and he is all right the noxt morning. Many thousands of others do the same thing. Po you? Boschert & Williams. Pleasant Valley. Wednesday Oct. 13, 97. Bill Bell spent Wednesday in our vicinity. Thos. McMillen threshed Wednes day. Miss Lulu Townsend spent Sunday at home. Mrs. Paul Gaston was taken serious ly sick last Saturday. "They say" wedding bells will chime next week. The cards are out. Mrs. Verna Carver returned from her visit to Kansas City, Saturday; Claude Sturdevant now wears a broad smile, for he's papa and it's a girl. Mrs. Will Anderson and wee daugh ter visited with Mrs. Adams one day this week. Henry Carver has been in the neigh borhood of Altoona cutting kafflr corn the greater part of the week. George Smith took the Rev. Mr. Green to Vilas Monday, where he took the train for his home in Ft. Scott. Melvin and Walter Richardson are still at work on their well. They are progressing now at the rate of three inches a day. Mr. Noble was trying to find some one to wall a well Tuesday. Tlenty of such work now for any one that can do stone laying. You can't afford to risk your life by allowing a cold to develop into pneu monia or consumption. Instant re lief and a certain cure are afforded by One Minute Cough Cure. Boschert & Williams. Union Valley. Tuesday, October 12. J. H. Starkey and wife are sojourning in our neigh borhood at present. The farmers are busy husking corn. L. P. Terry has purchased a new set of double harness. Rov. Bayless and wife visited G. Gates and family last Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Rustamyer spent last week visiting relatives at Kansas City. Hector McCarthy and sister are vis iting Alex McDonald and family at present. We understand that John Birdsong will move onto the farm now occupied by S. L. McGowan. W. S. Biggs returned from Erie last Sunday. He was accompanied by his cousin, Frank Biggs. Omega. Wednesday Oct. 12. 97. The heav ens opened and the rain desccned and laid the dust but did cot help stock water very much. There was no school Monday, on ac count of the death of the tRacher's sister, Mrs. Walden. Must have been a frost about Cha nute lately. We saw some pictures from Jones' gallery that looked quite frosty, The cards are out announcing the wedding of Rube Whitson and Miss Anna Wilmouth at the brides home, Thursday eve. Oct., 14. The graphophone entertainment given by the Burton Bros., at the school house Saturday night, was not largely attended and was not worth the money charged. Your correspondent was at the free silver rally at .Benedict Tuesday. There was a large crowd present and a good time was had; Congressman Ridgelcy and Senator Farrelly both talked until Gov. Leedy arrived at 4 p. m. The Gov. made a short talk as he was billed to speak at Fredonia at night. Royal makes the food purs, whoUtom and delicious. POWDER Absolutely Pure ROVAl BAKING POWDER CO., NEW VORK. Colfax Township. Tuesday Oct. 12. 97 ' A slight rain and a great deal cooler. Stock water still very scarce. S. S. Miles Is slowly Improving. Tuck Man nan had a fine sow to stray away the other day. Billy Wilson has plastered.his kitch en, j)l r. Jiinerson aoing wo wa. Archie Parker was in this vicinity today posting sale bills ior the 15 Inst. Manford Allison is trying very hard to rent a farm. Oh there! wonder what's in the wind? Mr. Venard's started for California today. They expect to make that place their future home. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Newt Chaflin last Tuesday night a fine girl. Moth er and girl are doing well. Mr. Will Long is a happy man now. He has a well near his house that has always had alkali water in it Puring the recent dry spell the well run dry and Will had it drilled deeper.' At a depth of 4ift he struck a vain of soft water which stands about 10ft deep in the well. Ridge. Mnndnv. October 11. John Rice is building a new barn. Bob Vice is visiting at his old home in Indiana. John Beaver has a sister from Illi nois visiting him. Mr. Beck has taken the contract to move Mr. Tuttle's barn. C. E. Irvin had the misfortune to lose one of Ins work horses. Mrs. Lee and family ,of Clinton, Mo., are visiting at her brother's W. Morri son. Mrs. C. E. Irvin has returned from Missouri, where she has been visiting for the past four months. Ed Beaver met with quite an acci dent while returning home from church the other evening. Some of the boys while running races, ran in to his buggy and broke it up pretty badly. Disfigurement for life by burns or scalds may be avoided by useing Pe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great remedy for piles and for all kinds of sores and skin troubles. Boschert & Williams. Odense. Tuesday Oct. 12, 97. rete Smith and son of Shaw, were visiting his brother, Jas. Smith, on Thursday last. Pete Olesou threshed his oats on Friday last. Hanson Bros, sold; 800 bu of oats to Benedict last Saturday. Jas. Tramniell had his horse badly cut on the wire last week. Mrs. McGufTey visited her daugnter Mrs. Booe, on last Monday. Jes&ie Reeve was a pleasant visitor of our school on Friday last. Clarence Stierwalt and his father have returned from the west. Miss Myrtle McGuffcy was enrolled as a new scholar on Monday. We are glad to hear that Mrs. Ralph Bowman, who lias been quite sick is better. Uncle Billy Tramniell was visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity on last week. Master's Isaac Chester and Willie Smith, mane a llyini? trip to Erie on last Saturday. George Crapson went to Erie on last Wednesday to help his brothers in the blacksmith shop. We were well pleased to see so many of our young people attend the spell ine school, given by Harry Joyce, at Leanna on Friday night last. Rollin. Tuesday Oct. 12, 97. The rain Sun day was very reireshln2 Dut not en ough to do a great deal of good. Mr. and Mrs. John Evans spent the latter part of last week visiting in Kimball. There Is no school this week on the account of Miss Boman (the teacher) being called away by the death of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Woods and chil dreu and Mrs. Sprague JLawrence at tended a surprise at the residence of Mrs. McCord, near Shaw. There was preaching at the North alley school House bunclay morning by Rev. Erninger, and in the evening he organized an Epworth League. ' AZOOLOGI MARVLWITHOU A mir m iuu. fBBHiM m AOUtrfLV TM0NLY6EN0INE PRESENTED IN 30 "TOEHEHMJS 5KTJ0HSI ANn RPDY ONF- A J a w b r ' " - )B5g5SgfiaJE5T ARENICfEATURE.IH. AMERICA. --PB ft iiiMjy mm XRLATine A rUR0BEorttlTnU5IAfH WHEREVER ,t m 0HE50 ariT TICKET ADMITS TO ALL - WILL Chanute, Monday, Reserved Seats and Admissions show day without extra charge PROFESSIONAL. JJUGH P. FARRELLY, LAWYER, 1st door west of P. O. up-fltnirs, Chanute, Kans. c. A. COX, LAWYER, Grist Block, Chanuto, Kansas. g C.BROWN, LAWYER, 1st door west of P. O. up-stnirs, Clianute, Kans. OHN J. JONES, LAWYER, Rear 1st National Bank, Chnnutn, Kaon. J. B. F. Cate. A. B.Cady. c VTES & CADY, LAWYERS Fredonia, Kansn JJR E. B. PARK, Authorized Pension Claim Affent, Has been very successful procuring pensions. Lindsay block, Chanute, Kansas. J H. LIGHT, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Office over Sewell's drug store. G EO. H. BROWN, M. D. U. S. Examining Snrneon, Neosho Co. Honlth Oflleer, M. K. & T. R. R. Suraeon Ofllce, Bacon Block ; first door north of Fli-ming & MtM'ker. nt'smeuce, nrst uoor norui 01 uiuu say block north Main street. J. J. MOFFITT, DENTIST. Office orer First National Bank PHUBT, MORTGAGE LOANS 4 INSURANCE. Money loaned on long or nhort time. Legal pap ers carefully drawn. Lowest ratos on farm loans. Oriental diock, inauute, nansas. JA. STEVENS, Justice of the Peace. Notary Public. Conveyancer and Tax Payor. Deeds and morteaire drawn. Houses rentod. Office in I. O. F. Block up stairs, Chauu te.Kan. flfATER ART STUDIO. . Negatives made by 0""kb will remain at The Maw Art Studio. There is no need of little children being tortured by scald head, eczema and skin erruptions. DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve gives instant relief and cures permanently. Boschert & Will lams, PILFS-nstuu I ha lm W,f the Rectum i nd ali diaeaans of the Beetum mwltiva It eared or no pay. We do nut accept one eont until the nutlent It perfectly cored. Bond for pamphlet (free) containing full par ticulars n1 Durnn ot nunureu win-ItiM-n enreil by ns. Referenee. our jiatlents, ?lvenlj i niphlet. Drs. THORNTON Ami, lm) Wmtttlh Slrwi, Kan. City, TMmVaMMMHIB' awjr""n .U l . .T:flBiU i" i-JW ..'Tl-;itU 1 :!L1LT. .1 1 tU"Mi. VT .1- . jU .laV-CL J : r Aa lT ' i. lift I PARALLEL. mm wx w n uijuiiif 1 m . a a. SPECIMEN W SEEN EUROPEoAMERICA BIG. CjLUKIUUO r-WeAUi- - . LjMiyii wMfi imw n rvt .' jriHrffiirt f ..AU WM W.M ILT 111 111 inL I 1 Ul LI sTTMVT'.Vi"'" I - -a. VV-'fk TWICE THE. LARGEST CI RCOS EVER ORGANIZED. REQUIRING A.nnHT ADBIlAC BESIDES VilHni Mmm Ja ao T LARGEST TEHTS ABSOLUTELY WATER-PROOF I BBC'S" JUdi CHILDREN HALf -PRICE - D0OR5 POSITIVELY EXHIBIT RAIN OR I HAVE OPENED A Repair Sliop in the old Carter building. REPAIRING - GASOLINE - STOVES A SPECIALTY. , LOW EY. av Farmers, PRODUCE to McOune Bros., Jones Block. Burch & 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. S. A. W2ci(Aip, Grain, Seed and (Joal. OfficG--Bncon block. I have agents at Humboldt, Vilas, Earlton, Urbana and Shaw, Iead What We in our line. We do all kinds of carriage trimming. We remodel old buggy tops and make them like new. We do all kinds of sign writing. We do all kinds of painting, paper hanging, graining and finishing. We do all kinds of wagon and carriage wood work. We pair and refinish all kinds of stucco work in every department warranted prices are below all competition. nloyed in every department or our your work. Test elds S. 5. Track. For Toxx'sttlxxs ixx , -1 WITnE5SEDK!raH mo O Kinds ni i siiww. THE MAMMOTH AERIAL SPACES - r . . AC EXHIBITED fOK OVER 100 PERrORMAMCES 13 CE3ECAG0. OPtnkVP.Il PLUTORim jSkHiS&. SHINE, Oct 25 at Ilardesty's Drug Store. The DelmoniGO Statilssl Having purchased the Delmonico sta bles, I shall continue the business as heretofore. Good rigs at reasonable rates. R. DOVE. bring your McGrew. GIVE lis A CALL. do and you will know where to go when you want anything do all kinds of Carpenter work. We re frames, statues and bricabrac work. All to be the very best of its class. Our None but first-class, careful artisans eui- business, uivc us a cnance to bid on Ecoijoipi) Paiijfc Shop, GO tOltOCH BROS-, West 4th street