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Friday, October 22, 1897-CHANUTEl KANSAS-Friday, October 22 1897.
VOL. XXVI, No. 5
$1.00 per Year.
w Hwnpt !W"fe
We Desire to Call Your
Attention to our
WE have done work over tne
entire city, but especially
invite you to call and inspect the
work in the first National Bank
Building. Jones' Block. Mysinger
& Rosenthal's and Boschert &
U TELEPHONE 4.
A TALE OF TWO COUNTIES.
AS TOLD BY THE TIMES' CORRESPONDENTS IN NEOSHO
AND WILSON COUNTIES.
Wednesday Oct. 20.-S. C. Foplno
and wife of Chanute were in town
Wednesday, the guests of county
treasurer, Sctb Nation.
A. L. Taylor, of Iola, was in town
Diamond Dick and his medicine
outfit are in town.
II. L. Benedict was at. Chanute on
J. M. Allen has been at Chanute on
political business this week. "
J. L. Denison was at Ft. Scott on
business the fore part of the week.
The pension board had three appli
cants Wednesday; the two proceeding
meetings they made water .hauls.
HEAL ESTATE TllANSFERS.
E. L. Tennis and wife to R. N. Al
len, wd eis-ei 30,27,17 $1000.
Sprangue Lawrence and wife to
Srul NofTsker, wd lot in wi s-w 5,28,
C. C. Dutton, and wife to W. I.
Light q c d lots 23,24,23,20,27, block 2,
Neosho add to Erie $16.
Lucretia W. Freeman et al to
Arthur J. Freeman, wd wi n-w 29,
28,18, less By : 100-
Southern Kansas Invest. Co. to G.
A. Bloom wd lots 8,9,10 blk 15 Park
Place add to Cbanute $23.25.
Wiley II. Williams and wife to
James C. Ray, wd 120a in n-w 9,
Clinton D. Johnson, to Essie A.
Wilhite wd lost 1 and 2 blk 1 Cunn
inghams add to Earlton $2000.
Albert II. Turner, and wife to
Union Central Life Ins. Co. wd, n-wi
First Presbyterian church of Erie
to Erie township wd 14x45 ft in lots
Kand 3 blk 15 Erie $25.
LeeEoy McCune to Chas. S. Nation
wd und 1-22 lot 10 blk 7 Aliens add to
Chas. S. Nation and wife to Josie
S. Griswold wd lot 10 blk 7 Aliens
add to Chanute $1500.
William Baily to Josie S. Griswold
wd si s-wl B-wi 20,27,18 $2500.
Josie S. Griswold to Chas. S. Nation
si s-wis-wi 20, 27,18 ...$2500.
J. C. Berry, one of the best known
citizens of Spencer, Mo., testifies that
he cured himself of the worst kink of
piles by useirgafewboxerof DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. He had been
troubled with piles for over thirty
years and h;id used many different
kinds of so-called cures; but DeWitt's
was the one tl at did the work and he
will -erify this statement If any one
wishes to write him. Uoscliert &
T jesday, Oct. 19. -A very light
sh.iwer last night.
Dr. Neely went toWalnut yesterday
Born to Gordon Stipp and wife Oct.
14th a fine boy.
Born to Levi Yockey nnd wife a
fine son on Oct. 15
Mr. Darnels of Bronson was i a town
, 7 last week on business.
' f Z. T. Crbwl has traded for Jim Llg-
get's place near Sbaw.
i , Mr. Robinson of Parsons was buy-
' ing horses here last week.
; Owen McNulty of Chanuto was in
town last week on business.
i' iTk jihiii'e -jflmt nirfe f flT'fe
HOLMES & SCHIER.
The lies boys threshed their oats to
day. They made 13 bushel to the acre.
Chas. Nowls returned from his trip
to south Missouri last Tuesday night.
W. F. Foster is building a new barn
in place of the one burned August
Comrade Z. F. Crowl and wife of
Iola are visiting friends and relatives
here last week.
A swarm of bees settled on the
hitch rack at the church last Friday.
J. E. Noble hived them.
Al Shepard returned home with his
son last Wednesday. Will is improv
ing and will soon be out again.
C. S. Locknane, Deputy Head Con
sul M. W. A., passed through here
yesterday on his way to Earlton.
B. W. Garvin, the leading candidate
for county clerk, was in town last Sat
urday looking after his interests.
Scott Bruner and wife, who have
been here some time visiting at Sam
Lam's will return to the Territory to
J, M. Crowl has built an addition to
his house. He must have anticipated
an increase in the family-his first
Grant Hamlin is building a new
house. This makes five new houses on
this line with Urbana within three
miles, in less than one year.
Tuesday Oct. 19. Dr. Jones start-
de Tuesday morning for St. Louis,
where expects to attend the medical
college this winter.
The most of the cisterns of Earlton
are dry holes.
Geo. Bricker went to Garnett last
Saturday and returned Sunday.
New corn is coming to market,
The price paid is 20 cents per bushel,
Rev. N. L. Vezie and family depart
ed Monday for their new home in Iola.
James Williams, the U. S.mail clerk
came down from Kansas City Tuesday,
visited his parents and returned Wed
The G. A. R.'s of Earlton gave a
bean supper last Saturday evening. It
was free to everybody that paid fif
Mrs. Potter of Kansas City who
has been visiting with relatives and
friends in Earlton and vicinity for a
few weeks returned to her home Sun
"Gold Dust John" hal about a half
barrell of cider taken from his smoke
house Tuesday night. To say he was
on the war path next morning would
be putting it mild.
Geo. C. Finley will have a large
stock, farm machinery, household
goods etc., sale at his residence
three and one-half miles west of
Earlton cn next Thursday the 28 inst.
You can't cure consumption but
you can avoid It and cure every other
form of throat or lungtrouble by the
use of One Minute Cough Cure.
Boschert & Williams.
Wednesday, October 20. Wm. Pal
mer and wife are visiting friends in
Ottawa this week. .
Glen Bendure visited Chanute last
John Dye made his usual rlp to
Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Sterling Kas.,
are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
John Mlnnich this week.
J. M. Dunsmore is giving the front
of his ofiice a new coat of paint add
ing greatly to its appearance.
J.N. Cutler-wasin town Tuesday
afternoon. Mr. Cutler is making a
good race for Register of Deeds.
Noah Franklin's house was burgla
rized this week and $14.00 in silver
was stolen. No clue to the robbers.
John Arknell and W. A. Walthell
went to Erie Monday to attend the
meeting of the pop cpunty conven
tion. Dave Houston, republican candi
date for county treasurer was in town
last Friday night and Saturday morn
ing. John Minnich has a brand new re
publican at his house. He will not
be a voter however until 21 years
from Oct. 18'97.
C. A. Johnson lias torn down his
old photo tent and has has moved his
gallery into Frank Ritters building,
where he and Frank will do the pic
ture taking act to a flnisli.
Several of our young men visited
Cherryvale last Sunday afternoon.
Rumor has it that they forgot to get
off at Thayer on returning, and were
carried through to Chanute.
Wodnesday Oct. 20. John Liggett
has traded his farm for property
Iola and will move the first part
Dr. Rudbeck was at Chanute Tues
J. C. Colaw returned from Lansing
Miss Snowey Ditch is visiting old
friends in this vicinity.
Charley Allison and W. II. Nation
were m town luesclay.
Mrs. J. D. Hudson is visiting In
Burbon county this week. ,
J. A. Colow was down from Cha
nute Sunday visiting relatives in and
Married by Justice Eckley, Oct. 18
97. at the Residence of Mrs. Showers
S. C. Bruner and Murtice Davis both
of Nowater. I. T.
The Fraternal aid association of
Thayer, Earlton and Urbana joined
our local organization in a general
Neosho count7 picnic, last Thursday
that being the seventh anniversary
of said order. Excellent music was
furnished by the Erie band. Dr
Johannes Ruebeck made the welcome
address. Speeches were made by
senator b arrelly, congressman lodge
ly and others. Those present enjoyed
There is no need of little children
being tortured by scald head, eczema
and skin erruptions. De Witts Witch
Hazel Salve gives instant relief and
cures permanently. Boschert & Will
Leanna Tuesday. Oct. lfi. Elder T
J. Alford closed a successful meeting
at liraay, sunaay.
W. A. Alford moved on his new
Ben Dunningan went to Rollin
Dr. Courtney has been repairing his
house some tne last week.
Louis Dellaven and wife were over
from Savonsburg Sunday.
Miss Winnie Baggott of Okla., is
here visiting old time friends.
Henry Edwards and wife returned
to their homeinOsawatomie, Monday.
Miss Liou Kutiage spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends in Kimball.
Miss Bertha Heed and Mrs. Allie
Coulter went to Saonsburg Monday
Mrs. John Record and Miss Ollie
Cunningham of Humboldt are here
Frank Hibbard is building a house
on nis farm one and one-hair, miles
north of Leanna.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts were in Cha
nute Monday purchasing furniture
for their new home
Mr, and Mrs. Cal Monturomcrv. of
unanuie, spent Sunday wiili Mrs. M's
parents, j'r. and Mrs. Geo. Alward.
John Kelso or tins place moved to
Skyrocket Monday where he will teach
th's winter. We understand that his
place will be eccupied by a gentleman
The Biff Creek-tn. Sunday School
Convention which was held at the
church Sunday evening was a success
in every way. All seemed to take an
Interest and a splendid program was
rendered. The next place of meeting
is at the Odense Baptist Church and
the time the third Sunday In April.
Tuesday Oct. 19, 97. Dan i'ech.
of Salt Lake, Utah, is here visiting
ins orotner, John Lvncn. navin? been
called here by the sickness and deat h
of their father. Mr. Lynch died last
Wednesday and was burried Thurs
day at Maple Grove seven miles north
east of his home.
Miss Sylvana Erickson was a pleas
ant caller at our school house last
John Harkness attended the A. II.
T. A., convention at Humboldt last
Mwi harah Garner visited with Mlu
Sylvana Erickson last Sunday and at
tendd church at Austin. j
Corropoadei)oeooGtinui oa tb. last p"
"TH5 EAST END
LI cry & Feed
has first-class -igs at
reasonable prices. 3
Boarding horses 3
a specialty. 3
M. G. Strickland, 1
Rich, Clean, Pure,
Delivered at your door
two times every day
in the week.
Bonerjrake.ttie Milk Man
JsOUTH MAIN STREET.
We do all kinds of work in our lino on
short notice and guarantee first-class
work. GjOods called for and delivered
W. T. SMITH SONS, Props.
We have removed our Meat
Market to Tennis' old stand
We keep nothing but first class
ineu':. . .
I have purchased
the finest ever brought to Chanute
He is no relation to Chanute' s
Jerseys. TERMS: $2.00 TO IN
S. H. ROSS,
THE OLD RELIABLE.
Nice clean shop all kinds of
fresh and salt meats always
We have Just received
a Car Load ot
We carry all kinds of
Gem Shaving; Parlor
HOT nd COLD
Opp.P.O. :: J.W.McCullough,Prop.
JUST A niHUTE
' wlerwe fell youtfaf rfe
world famous 17 jewt led
ElirvWjkTcKfj Arf fle very b'fr vtfc.k)
jfocW Jewelry, $ilverwc,(lock) eft.
J2. B. CONKLIK.
M DOES NOT
there are scores of well satis
fied men and boys who are
coming to us for those $4.50
all-wool Heavy Weight Cas
simere suits and other suits at
from $5.00 to $13.50.
The largest and most com
plete stock of fine dress goods
shown in the city.
See our Stock
L. B. Keifer.
I want your produce and will ex.
change clean, fresh groceries for it
L. S. R1LBERA1, Tailor,
will make your clothes
and guarantee a fit; al
so the workmanship.
I Quote You the Following Prices.
All wool suits $15.
Extra fine suits $22 to $251
Pants all wool, from $3 50
Furniture repaired, mat
tresses made to order, baby buggies
trimmed. All work first-class.
A Great Hit.
We are Hitting them Hard
with oifr prices,
We want your poultry and
produce of all kinds. A com
plete line of
and FURNISHING GOODS.
Wright & Co.
Women's Hair i
keep the comb factories run
ning. If women all had short
hair, like the men, we ven
ture to say that the comb
making business would not be
the success that It is. We sell
lots of combs for 5 cents, and
in a short time there has to
be a new comb. True, you
can afford to buy several if
you buy them at 5 cents, but
next time ask us to show you
why some combs are 25 to 30
while others are only 5 cents.
There is a reason for it and it
is easily explained. We keep
all kinds; we also keep combs
for men and pocket combs In
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