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BE BRISK IN 1913 vnc Street Sure Several ProbabiIities--Much Sewer Work Although but one petition for the Improvement of streets has as yet been receved by the City Commis turners it is highly probable that M the season advances several more Will be submitted. Those that are most likely to fall in line are Walnut Itreet from Lincoln to Steuben, four blocks on North Washington, possibly the same number on North Lafayette, probably about three blocks on South Wilson. Should these streets be improved ( it is likely that either brick or con crete will be used for ths paving material. A resolution for .the paving of West Third street was passed a few days ago, paving not to exceed thirty feet in width. The property owners who are paying for the street seem to be nearly all of the opinion that the street should be thirty-six feet in width on ac count of the subway, which they hope to have through there within a few years. The probabilities are that the resolution will be changed at to the width. Alternate bids will be received for improving the street, with concrete or brick. West Third street will be paved from South Forest to South Kansas avenue, four blocks, one of which is slightly more than six hundred feet long. Four sewers are under way in the Second Ward to connect with' main ewer number three, and it is likely that several more will be laid within the year. They are not very long but extend the sewer district by a good many blocks. During the year 1912 a consider able amount of paving and macada mizing was done. The following streets were each finished in the year 1912 although one or two were commenced in 191 1. Four blocks on South Forest were paved with brick, one on West Elm paved with brick, four blocks on South Highland paved with brick, three blocks on South Grant paved with brick and one block on West Chesnut paved with brick. The following streets were mac adamized: West First, two blocks; South Ashby, three blocks; South Lafayette and West Second, eight blocks. Street work is not scheduled to commence before April 1st. Important Notice to Rural Free Delivery and Star Route Patrons Da you feel the need of a daily paper In your so, you You do in vour home? If doubtless waDt THE BEST. Not want a so-called "Rural Route Edition." You want a Beal newspa per. You can get the full, complete and up-to date Dally Globe-Democrat of St. Louis every day, except Sunday under a special offer open only to Rural Free Delivery and Star Route patron", for Two Dollars And Fifty Cents ($2.50) Per Year The price to other subscribers for the same paper Is $4 per year and you will therefore appreciate t e big bargain that is within your reach. If you want the Great Sunday Globe Democrat as well as the daily, add 12 for the Sun day, remitting 14.50 for botn JJany and Sunday one year. Send In your order today and be sure to Rive jour full Rural Free Delivery or btar Route address. If you prefer the Twlce-a-week" Globe-Democrat, you will flud a remarkable offer on that Issue Including the Farm and Home Magazine section In colors, eisewnere In this napsr. Address Globe Print ing Co., Publishers St. Louis, Mo. "CITY POLICE NUMBER II 5" Mrs. Sue Hudkins Wears a Shiny Star As Badge ot Authority for I st Time FUNERAL SERVICES OF MRS. PAUL The funeral services of Mrs. Geneva Paul who died Thursday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. EnauS, were held Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist church. Inter ment wa made in Elm wood. t DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY Soothes irritated throat and lungs, ttops chronic and haoking cough, relieves tickling throat, tastes nice. Take no other; once used always Used. By it at All Druggists. ARE YOU A COLD SUFFERER? Take Dr. King's New Discovery. The Best Cough, Cold, Throat and Lung medicine ma ;e. Money re funded if it fails to cure you. Do not hesitate take it at our risk First dose helps. J. R. Wells Floy dada, Texas, writes: Dr. King's New Discovery cured my terrible cough and cold. I gained 15 pounds." Buy it at All Druggists. Mrs. Sue Hudkins, who for years has given more of her time and energy toward the alleviation ot suffering among the poor people of this town than any one other indi vidual, has been made an officer to luP Frl afternoon to visit btr parents 1 11 M ..I... .. J J . . . i L-.. . uccHcr uu'i wiie tuuiueasb ui town EARLTON. Mrs Harrison of Welda, Kansas came Thurs on the afternoon train to visit her daughter, Mrs Trimble and husband Gertie Lless and M rs Eva Steeves spent Wed with Tin uu. Kuuwles and wife . Frank Linderman and little son of Kansas City on me oowu Thurs to visit bis mother and family Mrs Rosa Stauffer nf Chanute came Thurs to visit her aun., J D Ogdeu wbo Is still quite sick Uert Clemens received a telephone message Wed evening caillog him to Dewey, Ok I a to work lu the gas fields Bert left Thurs ou ibe afternoon train Alfred Elliott and wife were trad ing in Cbanute Fri Mrs Earl Foster 0' Galesburg came be known as "Police Matron.1' the tuimiment ot her duties as a peace officer there is vested in her the badge of authority on which the inscription reads ''City Police Numbers.' This is the first time that a woman has ever been a In I for a few days Frank Pattee of Chanute came to Earltou Moo on the atter.oun train to attend to some business affairs and returned home on the local We are glad to learn that Mrs J D Ogden, grandpas Hewnnu and Riley are slowly Improving TTt1n tIa u ,., r i n..i,. A-.ICU .UIQJ 1 .V7llf UlCil, lldlMO Ogden. Marie Crane. Mnnred Barne. member of the police force of this Bertha Romioe, Theiru Mltbcell and . uienn ituev are eriiovini. ne mum . 1 , - - - - - c e- Lois ween TO REDUCE STOCK . For the next thirty days we will make you prices on buggies that will inter est you. Now is the time to buy cor regated iron to build barns and sheds. Harness repair work a specialty at r.ght prices. We carry a full line of hangers and track for doors. Hay carriers and track, hay rope and all kinds of builders' hardware at close prices. WALLACE RANKIN First published in the Cbanute Times, Feb. 10, 1818. - IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF NEOSHO COUNTY KANSAS. The Neosho Valley State Bank of Chanute Kansas, a corporation, vs. A. J. Brlley. Lizzie C. Brlley and Dott Brlley. Plaintiff Defendants Cleanse the bowels and stren gthen the liver by using lierbine. it is fine liver stimulant and bowel regu lator. Price 60c. Sold by D. B Ilickey Drug Store. Miss Alice Hedrlck of Salina, Kas arrived Monday for a visit with Mrs Grant Bond and other friends. From here she will go to Kansas City where she will be married upon her arrival Mrs. Minnie English returned to Macon, Mo., Monday after visiting her daughter and Mrs. W. C, Sears. Mr. and Mrs Sears expect to go to Macon Thursday for a short visit. BETTER THAN SPANKING Snankin will not cure children of wetting the bed, because it is not a nami out a u eerous disease. The u. H. Howan urue w nhlnniro. III., have discovered a strictly harm less remedv for this distressing; disease and to make known its merits tbey will send a 50 cent Puckuirn securely wrapped and prepaid Ab solutely Free to any reader of The Chanute Times. Tbis remedy also cures ireciueni desire to urinate and Inability to control urine during the niltht or day in old oryountf. The C. H.Rowan Drug Co. are an Old Reliable House, write to them today lor me iree mdlcine. 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"eu 7 01 nowHrs. jKia came nfmn..ntr MIr1oM with ,!-, OUO I,U Y1S1 uneO-S aOQ -61H UVeS aUQ ing noises in the ears It is an unfail- returnen Mon on the afternoon tral inc sura 01 a tor Did liver: a conai-i i tc vni w .. -u ., i. " i, , . 1 I w 41 -1WWIO) v HI it, WU it-n CkJKJUCt U OP iiua wjjiut-i-jriniro ust Home wnuut. nnnrr.a or,H .. .. ..h m. a .., 11 1 i' . , rT , . . a.uu "iiv miKj mi auaiu BitKuess-u pegiecusu. neruiuB is rjieM are KtDDBU this week Blanche Price came in Fri evenln and viHited until Sun with friends and relatives Thomas Eoowles a -id wife spen mod at J in jNobles If powerful tonic It puts strength and activity into the liver, purities the bowels and restores a fee ing of health, vigor aod cheerfulness. Price 50c. Sold by D. B. Hlcney Drug Store Miss Cecy le Fisher rtturoed Monday from a week's visit In Tulsa. Dr. Ma. me Tauquay returned to Independence Saturday after spend ing two weeks here caring for her Alta McFarland of Humboldt came Sdt to visit her u rand Daren ts S Miller and other relatt es a few days Gertrude Lless sneut Sun with J N Noble and wife Mrs Wtn Lamm orient last, week parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Edwards helping care for her mother Mrs J .s hn ha.a hoon in I Anderson northwest tf town who has Bert Stone and wife west of visited the lattera brother Hud gins and family of Chanute Fri town Wig MOTHERS CATS SAFELY BUY Dr. King's New Discovery and give it to the little ones when ailing and suffering with colds, coughs,! Chas Ray aod faruilv spent Sun throat or lung troubles, tastes nice, Ws sister, Mrs George McCaus u 1 1 I land and husband iiai-uie.-, unue useu, Biwajra uscu. 1 Mrs. Bruce Crawford, Niagr, Mo., I Samuel Ashley nn1 wife spent Sun writes: Dr. Kind's New Dlscoverv w,tn.tnelr eo Df S Q Ashley and ram v 1 J v, t 1 buaujjou uur uuj uuiii m VLi ntw sick boy to the picture of Always helps Buy it Druggists. K.ifh i) at All Piatt Pickups Jim Leatherman left town Mon for Longton Frank Leatherman and Harold Angleton visited Harold Lear Sun afternoon James C, Lock and Joe Braddock have accepted position! with the Santa TTp nn t.lio Pnlmar iMit.nfT that. . v...,. . .u..u. n are oegmning to inquire is uciuk uum nuuuuiTC-u uuivuku uvc I aDOUt 8660, OatS counties from Dodge City. Both wilber and Robert Ellis were drag- youog men have been employed for I ging roads Mon some time as telegraph operators in I Miss Welch visited Leona Matties the Santa Fe offices here. I lay Mrs. John LaRue visited at her Chest paios and a dry hacking P?"1' Luther Eomlne's of Grady cough should be treated with Bal- wieu lard's 1 Horehound Syrup Uken in- Mrs Maurlce stubblefleld visited jemmy, anu a nerriua. neu xeyvvi nome foks Thur9 roruua riasttr appiieu to iue ujicsi, Buv the dollar size Horehound Syrup; you get a Porous Plaster free with tach bottle. Sold by D. B. ilickey u rug store John LaRue and Geo Andeison went to Erie Mon Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Clement and Mrs. Marian Flanders of Boston, Mass., are visiting here with Frank Burr aod family and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Luptaer, on their way to Corpus Christl, Texas, and a tour through the coast states. r 1. 1 3 . . V. . Miss Star Phillips returned Monday visited Mm Bert Ellis Mon Guy Samples aod wifi visii,ed at B D Ellis' Mon Mr Mendenball and family spent Thurs evening at Luckey Maibes Mrs Mathes visited home folks in North Valley district Sun J W Ellis and wife were shopping in Erie Sat Verl Winans visited school Sat Blanche from a visit in Cherry vile. Wm Barker went to Cbanute Tues Miss Retha Shelton went to Galena Saturday to live. Mrs, Luthe Cone is spending a few days in Iola visiting relatives, Mrs. Earl Mosler has returned home ironi HBUUrUYrslS ID ,ne WllD ner Port, n..n. -onl. tn Vnrltnn parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H.McKlnley, Sunay afternoon Miss Cora Mc Kin ley accompanied her home. ' ' T. W. Mott arrived Monday from Wichita on business. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wright and Mrs. M. E. Osborne have returned to their homes after a short visit with Mrs, C. E, Strickland, Itchinsr of the skin anywhere on the body stops instantly when rubbed with Ballard's Snow Liniment. One or two applications cures perma nently, rricef oc, oc, and 11 per bottle, sold by L. ts. ilickey Drue -tore. Charles White of lola, Kansas was 1q town Monday on tuslness. Mrs, J. K. Porter and Miss Nell Porter left Monday for their borne In Miss Elsie Foose returned Sunday Monmouth, Illinois, after visiting for to Hilltop, Kansas where she is I some time with Mrs. J. M. McKelvey teaching school after spending Satur day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. T. W. Crew of Independence Wm. Foose. I has returned home after visiting her When Ballard's Snow Liniment is Paren'9. Mr- M". I- W, Cannon rubbed in for rheumatic aches and for a week, pains, it reaches the spot quickly and the relief Is very gratifying. Price a. ft. n&nann and wife retumfd zac, c ana 11 per Dottle, bold ty xTnHa. t.m MnMh, ,hr . the. I K TTIpVob nriio. Kt.iv I " ' .. j -,. j n . w noio Yiaib-ujf uiv uiu hum vi iun Hanien, Mrs. Grant Bond left Monday for rh.nr. Hnln . In rnnnu t.n tel.. M. i. J!. MOITISOn jell, flionaay gram telling of the Mines of her sister. for b"slne trip through the East, Mrs. Bond went to Denver a month I Keep It to Youraelf. ago aod stayed with her sister for I Worry yourself. If you cannot be nearly threa weeks. She had been PPT otherwise, but why e ;-vor to home but a week when the second summons came. cause other people to worry when there. a nothing to be worried, about f Publication Notice. TO DEFENDANTS. A. J. Briley. Lizzie C. Briley and Dott Briley: You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court ot Neosho County. Kansas, by The Neosho Valley State Bank of Cbanute. Kansas; that the petition of the plaintiff is on tile in the olllce of the Clerk ot said Court; th, defend ants must answer said petition on or before the 5th day of April. 1U13. or the alienations therein contained will be taken as true und plaintiff will have Judgment rendered nu'ainst Qood Cleanser. For cleansing glassware, nickel, mir rors, or tinware, take Spanish whiting and wet with cold water to make a thick paste; wet only what you intend to use at the time. Rub this over the article to be cleaned, then let dry; then go over It with another cloth, dry and polish well. The dirt will come off with the whiting and the pol ish will be very brilliant. This la fine for window glass, as no water 1 used, and the hands are not wet. Buzzing Sounds Made by Intecta. The different humming or buzzing sound in insects is caused by the vV bration of the wings, and the mort ronld thn vthfAtlAn. V. - -I. v defendants.Krantlnitit8clalmfor$:il4,7St()eth- -j ai-,n- u. -1 f . T er with interest at 10 percent per annum fiom ! Und. Scientists have estimated thai me common house ny vibrates it wings about 335 times a second and the honeybee 400 times, though e tlred bee moves its wings more slow ly and makes a different sound from a fresh one. The butterfly Is content to move more slowly and makes no noise. Feb, 10, 1918. and for costs of suit: und defend ants are further notified that an attachment has be. n levied on their reai property located in the City of Cbanute. Kansas, desanhed 11s follows, to-wit: Lots Ten (10) und Thirtejn(ia), Block Thirty-live (35), New Chicago; that said property will be sold aocordinit to law to satisfy plaintiff's claim ; that n Decree of Court will be (framed settinu aside tnd cancelling the transfer of said above described real property on the ground of fraud perpetrated on plaintiff, and decreeing said property to be that of defendants. A.J. Briley and Lizzie C, Briley. SMITH & BKOBST. Attorneys for the l'lrintlff. Attest: J. P. ERMEY. Clerk of the Court. MORE THAN PLEASED Reggy Weally, I detest slang. Peggy Oh! joy! Reggy There it goes again. If you aay "Oh! Joy!" again I shall go straight home. I M'eally shall. Peggy Oh! Joy! Oh! Joy! Oh! Joy! "What" Was His Name. A guild of godparents to save chl. dren from Incongruous names is be ing suggested. The late Canon Bard. ley, author of a book on English names, told the story of what waa probably the most idiotic name ever bestowed upon an unfortunate Infant A woman had her son baptized What for no other reason than to cause amusement In future years when, be ing asked his name, he should reply "What" , Making All Happy. "What I deem an appropriate pres ent is a book, and that I must chooM for myself," writes a correspondent of the London Chronicle. "To leave the selection to friends would be m catastrophe. Every year, therefore, on behalf of those generously minded Individuals who have kindly thought! toward me, I buy books for myself, tell them, and get the money refunded. And In the measure of monetary value they remember me, I likewise remem ber them in any article of their own choosing. And we are all happy." Hit by HI Own Law. There are worse perils than wild animals in Central Africa, says one who lias just returned. Among the natives there are terrible diseases, Some of them are lepers; and sleep ing sickness has laid a bold on many of the villages. In one village the lo cal chief had given orders that all suf fering from the sickness were to be taken out into the bush and left there but the people had carried out so many, of their relations that they re fused to take any more. A few daya later the medicine man of the tribe diagnosed that the chief himself had the disease, and immediately the ruler annulled his law so that he could be kept In his own hut Balkan Ballads Are Long. In the Balkan countries the ballad makers have certainly been at least as important as the makers of laws. Servla's national ballads, commemo rating the glories of the Servian Em peror Duahan, the fatal battle of Kos bovo, and the legendary exploits of the hero Marko Kralyevich and his horse Bharats, are of Homeric proportions, and, sung to the accompaniment of a guitar with cords of horsehair tails, have kept national feeling warm for centuries. In recent years the Servian government published a popular edi tlon. In Macedonia, Sir Charles Eliot heard a schoolboy recite a Bulgarian poem which took an hour and a quar ter. Troubles With Sun Dial. Sun dials are picturesque objects. but when exactitude Is required, that la, scientific exactitude, they are diffi cult things to adjust Columbia uni versity is having trouble with a sun dial consisting of a great brass plate on which rests a granite ball seven feet In diameter. When the ball waa completed it waa found to be a little too small, and now the brass plate on which It rests has to be engraved all over again to fit the ball's dimensions. Princeton's Wonder. In Princeton they have a sun dial that is a reproduction of an ancient one of an English university whose trustees presented the Gothio column to Old Nassau. It la so fearfully and wonderfully marked with figures that Dean Fine once explained to a visitor there were only three professors In Princeton who could tell the time by. U. and that they could do so only three days In the year, and thea tha True to Nature. The tots in a primary class in sense training were imitating anything they choose. When it was Hazel's turn, she stepped into the center of the room and wriggled her body from side to side. No one could guess what she was impersonating, so she waa asked to explain. "Why," she said, "I wag; a little dog wagging its tall." Try The Times one year Send it to your neighbor 611 would be wrong.