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A Torpid IJver Is a fine field '
for the Malarial .Germ and It thrives wonderfully. The cer tain result In sucb cases is a spell of Chills. HERBINE la a Powerful Chill Toula and Liver IUanlator. It puts the Uver In healthy, vigorous condition and cures u .viiH htf Anarrnvlnff the disease germs which infest the System. Hemme m " "" periodic medicine, more effec tive than the syrupy mixtures that sicken the stomach; be cause it not only kills the dis ease germs, but acts effectively in the liver, Btomach and bow els, thus putting- the system in condition to sucoessfully resist the usual third or seven'? da.y . it.. .1,111 TTnrrilnn IS a cleansing; and nTlSoratlns tneaicine lor u" price 50c per Bottle. JameeF.Ballard.rVop. St.Louli.MO. Stephens Eye Salve i a healing nlntman for SOTS Eye. VJ3oLeANiRccp"M',"'r"R',a,iJr Legitimate Drug Co. TO A DAUGHTER ON HER MARRIAGE (From the French of Victor ITu.'c) Be happy now with htni, and love bini who loves thee; Adieu! our treasure thou bast been, his henceforth be, From home, yet to thy home, O dar lire child! depart!. Take with thee all the jo? Ieav3 us the heavy heart! We fain would keep thee here, yet there for thee they wail; Wife, daughter, angel, child assume thy twofold state; Leave aVegret for us, take tbttn c hops the while; Not without tears go forth, but entei with a smile! Samuel Longfellow. GLASS COMPANY TO RESUME OPERATIONS The Chanute Window Glass Co is preparing to resume operation October ist, with no glass on hand and orders on hand from customer and shippers for early fall. Tin company is anxious to start. Tht repairs are about completed on tht furnaces. Some of the Glass Com pany's officials believe that a satis factory adjustment of wages will bt now shortly made and a general re sumption date of October ist set. The Chanute Window Glass Co. is well established in the window glass manufacture and have no trouble in selling all the glass the) can produce. They manufacture the 0? K. Brand of glass which en joys an enviable reputation for quality among the most particular buyers, The company is now In splendid condition for a good season's run. e gas company which is to supply the plant with fuel will be ready the first week in September, or sooner, to connect up and the company has notified the gas com. pany that they will be ready to take gas bv September 15, if not earlier, preparatory for blowing on October is FLASH FROM ELECTRIC WIRES From Friday's Timesett. The office of Biles and Buchanan, while not fitted with electr'c fixtures has been wired for the purpose and those wires yesterday noon were the cause of a mild form of scare on the part of Mr. Biles. Mr. Biles was In his office when all at once he was startled by a Hash from the gas light. Before he had decided whether he was dreaming or not another flash occurred. The electric wires had been moved so that the current could run down the metal rod of the gas fixtures and caused the flash. Mr. Biles called Mr. Jersey, who - fixed the wires so they did not touch the rod and now feels safer than when the flashes occurred. Sallow complexion comes from bil ious impurities in the blood and the fault lies with the liver and bc-we te ther are torpid. The medicine that Kives results in such cases is Herbine. It 1, a fine l.ver stimulate regulator Price 50c. Sold by Legiti mate Drug Co Miss Louie Lock has returned to Earlton after visiting for a short time witn her cousin Miss Beulah Eaton. See J. R. Gordon for wagon um brellas, wall paper, p-inff and var nishes. 3 " Budget Accepted Tax Levy Made Income of City 1 50,791.28--. Tax Levy of 6.3 Mills Passed 2 to 1. The city budget was accepted at the meeting of the commissioners yesterday afternoon by Commis sioner Sams and Mayor Lapham voting for it and Johnson against. The cut of sixteen hundred dollars in the fund allowed for the street and alley expenses was one of the Ejections offered by , Johnson, Commissioner of Public Utilities. The tax levy was made at 6.3 mills. This is a cut. of .34 mills in las' years tax, by the city. The school 0 .ard lowered the tax 1.4 mills, 'hch made a total lessening of 1 74 mills. However, the count) ax was increased .25 mills so tha' he total decrease was 1.49 mills. The city tax of 6.3 mill will pro mce an income of a little mori han $40,000. The difference bt ween the total income of the city. 8150,000 and $10,000 by taxis sup hed by the city's other sources o' -venue. Counting Chanutes pop t'ation at 8,5o people, the tax per ipita is only $4 75- Th5s is 31 n usually "small amount for a city niisize of this. i' iice -43 !' r; Department 6 Engineering rate -42 l;alth ;. - ! '.-gal -25 cretts and allevs -4 U.k Bond...... 22 'rk Contingent 2c I. i,rary 40 metery .. i( reet Bonds 2-5' . wer .Bonds .06 .mding and Refunding bonds... .32 Viler Hydrants .08 - ret 1,'ghting -15 U'otal 6 31 Something Entirely New An announcement of more thaD )rdioary interest is made elsewhere in this Issue by the ST, LOUIS GLOBE DEMOCRAT. That sterling newspaper now sends out as a part of the Friday issue of its "Twic-a- Week" edition, an AGRICUL TUItAL AND FAMILY MAGAZINE section of eight pages with outside covers in colors, containing gcod stories, useful farm information, aluable hints to housekeepers and many other features of interest to every member of the family. More over, it offers to accept subscriptions for the paper, including the MAGA ZINE section at a special rate of ONE DOLLAR FOR TWO YEARS, or for TWO YEARLY subscription in the same order. The regular price of the paper alone is one dol ar per year. This special offer will be open until . further notice, but may be withdrawn at any time, Read the announcement and send, in your order promptly. MAKING OVERLAND TOUR From Friday's Timesett A covered wagon to which h hitched a team of bay mules is furn ishing way9 and means for conveying a fortune teller and her affinity awaj from- the angry husband. at Joplln. Lee Vaughn, the husband of the lady in the case was in Chanute yes terday and was looking for his wife and the "other fellow" whose nam Is Jim Burgett. "Vaughn had traceo the couple twelve miles from Joplln and thought, that they were probablj headed for Chanute as one of tlx lady's former husbands was supposed to be living herein Chanute. Mrs. Vaughn has a little girl with her, the daughter of herself and the Cha nute man, so for this reason Vaughn thinks they will come through Chanute in order to leave the little ifirl with her father. The trials and tribulations of the umily seem to be many. First there Pennington who it is thought lives n Chanute, then she marries Vautin and now Burgett has evidently be come her affinity and she is gone with him as number three. Mrs. Vaughn Is a fortune teller and appears to be Ies9 than forty years old. Herihusband wants to a:re6t ihe couple and then, charge Burgett lib "alienating bis wife's affections." JUST PLAIN DRINK From Fr'day's Timesett. . The police nabbed three men last evening for 'being intoxicated and landed them in the city jail, where they spent tho night. Two of the men were together and had a good supply of wet goods. In police court this morning Henry Clayton plead guilty and was fined five dollars. The fine was paid. His pardner, Jim Hall was also fined five dollars but had no money. Finally Clayton paid three of it for iim and he was paroled for the .ayment of the other two dollars. The colored man, Will Cole, ,was ot able to pay his fine but he has eady work at the Ash Grove Cement plant so he was paroled .mil after pay dav. E P. Gray former foreman of the, und house In Chanute and now at ie Santa Fe Hospital at LaJunta, ii., 19 very much better. Mr. Gray hs seriously 111 when he left Arkan- 1 where the Grays have been living a year, but says that now he feele least fifty per cent better than viftti he reached La Junta. Mr. .ry wrote that Mrs. Gray and IK re In Arkansas City putting up MCbes, that the peaches cost ten mds a bushel In Oklahoma and forty i l in ArkanaasClty, but they were 0 tug twenty-five cents per pound LaJunta. FIRE DEFECTS REMEDIED Inspectors from the Kansas State v re Prevention Association were I Chanute some time ago and n;ed out the defects in the town n regard to the prevention of fires. jst of the people who were noti id of the defects discovered by e inspectors are complying nicely uh the request of the Fire Depart ucnt to remedy them. V. T. Treleaven his returned from s-hort visit with his son Harold In Peru. Harold is working for the Oil Well Supply Company at that point. EIGHT POUND BUFFALO Prom Saturday's Timesett. J. H . llolloway caught an eight mund buffalo this morning at their :.iup near Ditmars. They have not i.id any trouble In keeping them eives supplied wlih fi-b since they nve been in camp-but they say fish til tastes good. The party is cooi- :Jucd of Mr, and Mrs. Sherd Sweaoy .d J. H. Holloway and family. ENTERTAINED AT SIX O'CLOCK DINNER Mrs. Everett Lawton, 1403 S Ever- g een entertained Thursday evening at six o'clock dinner a few guests corailimentary to Mrs. N.Curtis of Chicago and Mrs A. P. Allen of Shaw. Other guests were F. M. Freeman and, Mrs. Frank Paour., The ladies were ihen the guests of Mrs. Lawton at the Airdome. SteDDincr on a rusty nail has been the cause of many cases of lockjaw, J he nail was not so much the fault as neg'ect of the wound. If such uounls were promptly cleansed ana Kallard's Snow Liniment applied there would be no lockjaw, as the antiseptic properties of the liniment would counteract the poison and the wound would heal quickly. Price .m; 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Legitimate Drug Co. -r METHODIST LADIES TEA THURSDAY - The Ladies of the Methodist church eld a tea at the home of Mrs. W. S. Evans 1117 S. Evergreen. The host--es for the afternoon were: Mes- idines P. R. Chappie, Geo. Basler, W. D. Hartwell and W. S. Evans. A arge crowd was present. After a iliort program of music, readings and aorles, the ladies served ice cream iod cake. HUMBOLDT BAND CONCERT From Saturday's Timesett. Quite a number of Chanute cars and carriages were to be seen at Humboldt's band concert last night. Some of them listened to the band a little while then made for Iola. The roads between Humboldt nd Iola are reported as the best ever. Among the cars at Humboldt last night were those belonging to Wilfrid Ca vanes?, G. C. Davis, Leon Hurt, Elmer Cooper and Watson Stewart. Sept. 2ncU First Day of School Grades and High School Have 9 Months TermThree Enrollment Days. The public schools rf Chanute will begin September 2nd. This is two weeks earlier tlfan the work in the grades usually commences but s made necessary by the nine months term. All children over six by January i9I3 may start to school this fall. The enrollment for the t ride school kes place Friday aft. ruuon Aueust 3 th at two o'clock. Bjuk -lists ill be furnished at that time. I'nere have been several changes nade in the text bocks for ntxt 'ar and these chan.es may be und by examining a i "k list. High school enroliuum occurs 1 Wednesday. Thursuv, and Fii ay of the week before tne opening f school. On Wednesday the rr.-shmea are enrolled at the high chool building beginning at 8:30. Sophomores on Wednesday after-, 0011 at 1:30, Juniors will be en lied Thursday, August 29 ami -niors on Friday aftir ....... Tre Principals meeiii.tr, prepara- j ry to the beginning U t years ; . rk will be held hTtne Suptnr.' ndent's effice Friday inoti.it g ai j 30 and the teachers-meeting for j ih grades and high ool will be .Id in the high school asicmbiy at n o'clock Friday mcriing. The Keybard Co. brouunt a as well i Thursday on their lea-e ..Cout three uiies southwest of town. The well irouht in was the Ian t be located 0 ) the lease and the rlu ii l,e mover) i'id drilling commencci on another cUS . Mrs. I. F. Irick returt e I yesterday Caney after visiting Mrs. ,. I'ahn. be was accompmled In iw, by Mrs. ilahu and Mr. and Mrs. William 'ieall. Mildred Ashcraft of Pueblo, Colo rado returned yesterday to her ht.nie ifier visiting her graedmotlur Mr-'. Lucy Ashcraft. Mr. Ed Vaugbt anj if(, Mr Frauk Shear and wife of '-ventuckv ire visiting C. W. Waddle and family. Roy Havenhill and fatu'lv have rnoved to Iola where Mr. II 1 vet. Li;l will be employed as an engineer with he Iola Electric Railway Company. CHANUTE REPRESENTED AT CABNETT FAIR Nethaway & Son who are in charge six horses are to attend the Garnett Fair. Twooflthe horses belong to t, icm, 2 to Berry & Chamberlln, 1 a Humboldt horse, 1 to M. G. Stnck- t.nd aud 1 to A. J. Fowler. Most of .hose horses have done but Utile racing. This is the week of the Garnett Fair and Chanute Is expecting to :ury off a few of their premiums. PAID FINE D. A.'Kazebeer was arrested Sun ny and gave a ten dollar cash bend .r his appearance in police court tfcis ..ornlng. He came up at nine o'clock ,ud plead guilty to the charge of be ..g intoxicated. He was fined five i.jhars, which he paid, and was dis missed. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE The County Central committee of j t-ie Democrats of Neosho met In the court house at Erie Saturday and psrfected their county organlzdtion. Aif Wooster of Erie was chosen chair man, A. J. Hopkins of St. Paul, secre tary, and Ed Eagles of Thayer, trea- J surer. I J. W, Lapham resigned as commit- ( teeman from the fourth ward of Cha i oute and Geo. T. Amyx was elected In bis place. ' , J of fine animals prefer Bal lard's Snow Liniment for all cuts, wounds or sores on their stocJi, be cause it acts both mildly and quickly and heals an ordinary wound without a scar. Price 25c, 50c and II per bot tle. Soli by Legitimate Drug Co. LUNG DISEASE "After four in our family had died of consumption 1 was taken with a frightful cough and lung trouble, but my life was saved audi gained 87 poundB through using DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex. PRICE BOe tndll.00 T ALL DRl'GGISTS. H. S. FACULTY NUMBERS 13 AmunLr the teachers who are re turD)B(f l0 chanute High School the fanil,,ar nillue8 are found to Include: J. A. Cannun, Prlne'pnl ofCliunute Kormal work. 1 Winifred Alexander of Erie, Ger man. Echtl M. Mos of Ein;)'nl., Lntln. Lydia Sam of N to-ti b'.i i I? imMi. Alice Litiriell of Pa' -bury, limne tic Seie ce Leola Strope of Ciianuie, Mathe- niatlcs. The new teachers are: , Miss Georgia Castleberry ot Pitts- irg who will have charge of tne Elish department.. Miss Oistle- herry Is an A. B 0' E ntr-un ! i.-e, B Mi Gertru.l- i"n - I - ,1 ody wi" be,Mu,lc 1 '-m s . om ht're frumtiiB S U . .v..-,m. v J. V. H..m 1m,., J . ,,( 1 W) De Mechanic .1 I-h w ach.-r He Is fn.ni I n Kin a Sa N.jriual iraininif scuom at r.u....,. W. E Long of Swei't, Spring, Mo. and an A. H. of Win. Jewell 0 iiit.-ge Is the Science te.iclitr. lo u.s oci ated wi h bim as i-citce teacher is W. W. Stantield "f Charmre. L. V. Harrison. A. B. from Missouri Vdli.y io U ui' ho Marshall, Mo. is the History Instructor. Miss .Ifiin Si-a-s i-r P.ttstiury, KinsHsistlie flint in-u 'H ks uucher. M iss Stars h 11: i1rKM-e 'I A. 15. fll'Dl Wa-lH'U'ri Tlietirm nf Anr.x, F'bipps & Loy brouuul in a mil'li n or bettor, ta well on the Dr oni-'is 1 ini t wo mi e suutheast of Ujlliio .,e'Hrd.i. YOU'LL BE THE j for health and harmony at home if you buy your a? BUTTER, FLOUR, TEA and COFFEE at I 3; THE OLD RELIABLE W -Shirley & Irt; CORN'EUMATX I Given with a year's subscription to the Chanute Times. High School Offers Four Courses r Membership in the North Central Association of Col leges and High Schools. Four courses have been outlined and are offered in the Chanute high school for 1912-1913. These courses are the College Preparatory, the Engineering Preparatory, the General and Normal courses. The high school here is a member of the North Central Association of collegss and high schools and prepares through its College Pre paratory course stu ltn's to enter -vi'hout furthtr rxaimnat ions m'o it.- standard collets of ii,e Missis sippi Valley and most others cf the United States. For a number of. years students have been prepared here to enter V 'he Engineering Department of the University of Kansas but the course is outlined this year for the first imp It hart hnpn ;nhmiftfl hi the superintendent and principal in up hope that it wi'l answer the q-i-stiiiiis of voung 11- iilr c ncern - "its the entranrcr to s -aiidard engi 1 tri- ri ng s'-hoels. The general course is 111 .ri fjr thosr; who ex-' ject to comple.e tnetr normal education wherl thry romplfte the high school course. Tne Normal course, which pre pares tne pupil for reaching, should be very popular at mis time as after 1913 . all teachers in tht sciouis of Kansas must havo nad t least one v ejr of h gb school wirk. And after 1917 '.hey mu 5; Lave h mI four years. Uo'in the completion of ihe N rraal ours? a s'a'K rertificau i h1 for wo j car- is yran'i-d to tht- graduate. Mr' Lium Trimmell and daughter visited with Mr. J. D. Gentis before returnmir to Morehead on their way home from Colorado. They came through here yesterday. Awdersors and GRANT. iji . :.' nl '--.iirf::-