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Bideau & Tye
We offer INSURANCE The Change Times! A, K. TURNER, Editor and Propritl Epjervl in Jthe Chanute Postoffice at Chanvfre, tCfchsas, a9 Second Class M-.il Matter. One of the Healthiest' Places in the West Garden City, Kansas IN THF- Mennonltc Mutual Insurance Co. At the lowest rates and the Install ment plan. Five years insurance costs only $2 20 per hundred. No charge for tenants. .l . i taM values there are well founded, -and increase values are abso- Surrounded by rich, fertile lands witn great PI'J-- ; " , of the Count Now it the time to buy lands for in- al1 1 these la"ds i8 sufficient t0 irrigate ev" ery foot of it, and can be obtained by the use oi pump. Subscription Rates - 1 1 Per Year CLERK OF THE COURT - ..T - .iui r.runk township an Doooces himself a8 a candidate for clerK of the dlstrlot court of this county subjeot to the Bepublioan primary. CLERK OF THE COURT I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of clerk of the court for Neosho county. Subject to the RepubUcan primary CLERK OF THE COURT j F Ermey of Chunute announces himself M a candidate for clerk of the district leourt o county subject to the Republican nr ta: ary. I will appreciate your vote and support. FOR SHERIFF I wish to announce that I will be a candidate for sheriff of Neosho county at Primary election, subject to the will of the Republican voters. . j;. H. Carwile. FOR TREASURER I hereby announce that II amTa candidate for the nomination of county treasurer on the Republican ticket at the primary election to be held on August 6th. e. H. FILSON FOR COMMISSIONER I hereby announce myself as a candidate f commissioner of the Third District, subject 'the action of the RepubUcan primary. FredC. Alexander, IF WE KNEW v ADDIE HURT If I knew you, and you knew me, Could we the heart's recesses see, The motives, purposes and intents Which hidden lie from outer sense; Methinks our love would stronger grow, Our hearts with charity o'er flow, Less often would we disagree If I knew you, and you knew me. If I knew you, and you knew me Much clearer would our vision be; Features though plain, would lovely seem, Dull eyes with brightness would oft gleam, We would not wait to kiss the brow, Or hrinf the flowers unnoticed now; With garlands bright life's path we'd strew, If you knew me, and I knew you. Tf l knew vou, and you knew me, How swift our feet would always be Tn BAfik the Dath of truth and rignt How quick to hear, how keen to aicrht a The mote that in our own eyes rest; failinzs less, and oft' contessea How different would this whole world be. If I knew you, and you knew me. When I know you, and you know me, All thine-s will so adjusted be, T'will matter not what road we take Thkt leads ud to the pearly gate; St. Peter will not ask, what creed? His measure will be acts and deeds Tn all those thiners we will agree, . When I know you,' and you know me J. F. Ermey j. F. Ermey was born in Bloumim; ton, 111., came to Big ureen new. Co. Kansas in 1881, was educated a the Kansas Normal College, wax ; . (Successful teacher, having taught I the county 12 year-, was lookketp for the city of Chanute for perl. ' OI aOOUli yeaio iuvu ", up a position as travellog ealesm-.. Mr, Ermey, as his card in this paper snows, nm ; ho District Clerk. We are glad to have in., in. hrrnM rifferlDir ineir men ne ---- - . (ha nmintv. rle is services vu --- ----. 5S 4aUOthoroTh good feU.w. with a wide and Intimate acquaint 5.Sin the county Mr. Ermey. U the kind of man that gets votes, oe cause he merits mew. A Neosho Boy Graduates PradTate7Vromythe- Kansas State &al sool this week. Mr Cu i ley attended the country school at Little Friend district until his graduation five year. .ago from the common RPhOOlS. 1DB eiruiug ,?, . r riaa. motto was: "We have finished to begin." It was a good oS for him. fle left the next fall for Emporia to take up a greater work. which wa a four ;year wu. . Ifnnsa.4 State iMOriuai owuu.. Surse being finished ha leave, next . n.. wact uhpre be Villi 5SS3. Then he intends to reUrn to Kansas where he will take Tp hls-workas teacher ia the high -Ju l. n ihn state. Rev II. W. Tod J who has been re- eentlfl aligned to the Methodist rrh lit Thayer was conferring w.lu District Superintendent here Fr ed Tuesday between trains. ..oasueoe-, ofeand alfalfa. Improved lands run .n will raise alfalfa, with alfalfa growing on Office Phone 1104 Colonist Tickets to California, Arizona, Mexico, and the Northwest On Sale Daily March 1 to April 15. 19 12 Liberal stopover privileges Tickets accepted in tourist sleep ers on payment low Pullman fare. Harvey meals The fare from Chanute, Kansas Los Angeles 25 60 San Diego Nan Francisco Fresno o 60 Prescott 60 Phoenix 25 60 Write or call for free copy "San Joaquin Valley" or "Salt River Valley"' and other de scriptive literature if you are contemplating a trip west. G. L. PFUNDSTEIN Chanute, Kansas MAGENDLEY IS PAROLED J. W- Magendley who was convicted q the February term of the diat-ict court of malntaliilng a nuisance In anrl tintprifprl to a tlx on auubc months' term In the county j ill at Erie was paroled Tuesday by Ju1e r. W. Finley. He had been la jail ifnce December 23 being there several wee 8 without bail before his trial Maeendley is out under a bond of 1150 and obligated to pay $10 a month to the clerk of the district court to wards paying off the balance of the oe and costs which amounted to 230 against him. RELIABLE JEWELRY Our superior array of Jewelry and a .tihoi m air ps selection easy, cverr rhino u In Derfect taste, and every thing may be perfectly relied upon. r-acpII nnthloir we den't know all ..Hi-.iif.. and we tell you everything we know about everything you ask to see a E. CONKLI the Jeweler. m lio-ir Pr.ee jm , ..00 Per i'U. the country. Come m and see the adjacent land. 1 woum ime io ii If alf a growing on ine BUJU.U01H - C. B. AWIYX, Chanute, Kansas Office 205 E. Denied New Trial Judge J. W. Flnlcy ou Tuesday mornlnn deoled the motion fur a new trial In the appeal taken to the dis trict court by Dr. J. J. Moan from the police court In reifurd to the violation of the city ordluance con cerning the roid lax f -r failure to mv the same. The chsj whs pc- r - seuted I . court at Erie i-cveial weeks ago and the attorneys' arguments made before Judae Flnley here in Chanute a few days later. Ke took the case uuder advisement and nn March 18 pave a decision sue. tainlng the city against the r.oDtan- Mnn of Dr. Means tint he bad re ceived in-ufflclent notice of the tax he ng rlue The court's decision was on if Kuirt 1 ha' tin-state s'H'ute cm. e "in! I ha r 'ud tux j itself self exfitu'lrii!. Within ilnee days counsel for Dr. Means filed a motion for a new trial which Judge F.nley has now overruled. G. Gauban waslo Erie on business Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Arlene Kehr wer.t to Erie Tuesday afternoon for a brief visit. Pride. "Say. Weary. I see that some feller in congress is going to ask th' gov ernment to give work to everyooay. Sav. what do you think of that! well. you can tell th' feller if you nee him that I've got a little too mucn pnae to depend f'r me Mvin' on th' bounty of anybody's government." Serious Lung themselves. IT IS A The (Treat relief It affords H ssed by an obstinate. Irritating cougn. it """VvTi.Xr.nd ages of phlegm, soothes and heals soreness In the bronchial tunes ana respiratory organs. . Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and Buy th. 11.00 sise. It Dr. Herrick'. Red Pepper JAMES F. BALLARD fn r IrriimtifM Main St. Leon Hurt went to Kansas City Tuesday afternoon on business. Chas. Adamson was In Vilas on business Tuesday af'e-nnnn. Mrs. F.N, Mlchenerof Cherryvale is visiting her cou-in Mr?. TJ. O ; Qnrree. ( Miss Minnie Baik retuiuedTuesday from Kansas City where she attended 1 be funeral of a cousin and visited relatives. W. C. PenBeld, local manager for the Bell Telephone Co., made a busi ness trip to AltJt na Tuesday after noon. O J Br.li y left Tuesday afternoon nn a tiui pf trip to Memphis. Mrs. W. C. Aslicraf l and daughter Miss Mildred of Pueblo, Colo., are visiting Mrs. Lucy Ashcraft. Makes a Difference. Needlework is a soothing and com fortable occupation for those who have no need to do it 5 ror uargams in I FURNrTUR E 5ee ivocn pros. I Diseases re.ult from colds which were The lenalble course wnen u o"" BALLARD'S rhund GRAND REMEDY FOR THE THROAT AND LUNGS. . . . . ...tirin tn thnan who have been har- in the innamea "" contain, flv. time. a. much a. the Slo'-lme, Torous Plaster lor tne cnni. PROPRIETOR Legitimate Drug Co. me. I wU. teU you aU about it. Residence Phone 436 PROPERLY INDIGNANT. The Hen Another China nest egg! That farmer must think I can be fool ed all de time: naui Mathod of Duitlna. In Europe they dust the paintings In art galleries by means of air $7- ringes. Affliction. Affliction, like the ironsmtth, shapes M It smites. Bovee. ! JSJ Syrup. V th. -hest. clears the air pass- restore, sound conditions In the resior . ( $1.00 per Bottle. and ,ou get with each bottle a tT. LOCI Scents a hundred. PROFESSIONALS S. H. Murphy, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special attention to diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Olllce in.Lauham Bid tr., 103 E Main Phones omce noo. rtesiaence w T. R. Edwards, M. D. specialist in uisiosis or tue jutu EAR, NOSE and THROAT. OOlce In Postotnce Uldg. (jnanute, Kansas g STEELE. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Office Rooms, Cunklic Building. (lulls answered dav or nizbt. Ollloe phone 157. Res. phone 590. D C. ATHERTON, Osteopathic Phyclan. Office and Residence 121 S. Highland. 1 1 . nun i'uuue 100. O 0. BAIRD. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 1 rfrrVirrn In nia.auua Af fha Riilmarh and Bowels, and Diseases of Women a specialty. u uctier & Aiexanacr uiag. Telephone 134, : : : Chanute, Ks. DR. E HOLLAND STEWART, SPECIALIST. Diseases of Women, Bladder and Kidney Diseases, Nervous Dis eases, catarra, uneumausm anil nhrnnle DlapaMPS. 3 East Main Street, Chanute, Kansas, rnone ojj W. J- LANKFORD, M. D. Makes a specialty or all curable m.nnin rlcnuua fnr Pilpa. Goiter ana Enlarged Tonsils. Pay when you are wen. niiKune. uu uiiouuio. Office Hetiick Blk.. suites 4 ana a. Phone 723. Chanute, Kansas. Li. D. Johnson M. D. General Practice and Surgery Pone 631 102 S. Highland. T C. LARDNER, I ntrvaimiV M. OTTimrAV Country calls quickly and promptly attenaea aay auu uikuu. E A.DAVIS, Physician & Stjkoeon, Office Mercantile Building. Office phone 611. Residence 74. JOHN J. JONES, Bear First Nat'l Bank,' Chanute, Ki. W.P. WRIGHT, Notary Public, .teal Estate, Loans and Insurance, r ... I JT..I. rt C urown oicuieiiauu oik. lviuui u. Phone 186. 1 Smith & brobst. Attorneys and Cjunselors At. r.aw. Koo'ms ? and 9. First National Bank RnKdlrifc.'. OHELBY O. BROWN, LAWYKB. Office In P. 0. block, : Chanute, Ks Ottoj. PRILEY , , LAWYEB Over Brown's Drug Store Chanute college of music book's studio, 116 W. Main. Phone 848. - J J. HAMILTON, Teacher of Stringed Instruments Agent 'or the "Gibson" Instruments. uirecior oi TiamlH.nn's Mandolin Orchestra. Brown-McClelland Bldg. Room 11. DR. B. E LIVINGSTON, Dentist, Over Wilder's Drug Store. niflcfl Phone 1049. Res. 419 N. Highland. Phone 177. B. MILLER, Dentist Office over Rosenthal's store. Merc. I bldg., rooms 2 and 4. Phone 678. Dentist No. 2tf E. Main, porcelain work, crown and bridge work, and regulat ing as well as all other operations per- I taming to me ieeiiu. I, J . MJiAas V. U. O. J)R. E. B. PARK.Dentlsti Office 106f E. Main Chanute, Kan Office Phone 73. Res. phone 1345 JAS. E. 8HEWMAKER. Dentist, Over People Home State Bank , V Snnwil when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ia the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Old papers for sale at office.