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The Chautauqua Globe from Chautauqua, Kansas • 1

The Chautauqua Globe from Chautauqua, Kansas • 1

Chautauqua, Kansas
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44 JA 4 J- i J- 4 4.4.4. 4i i 1 School is Out Today closes one of the most successful terms of school Chautauqua has had for the past twenty years. C.R.WALTKRHOUSE, Cashibr. G.B.GRAY, President. CITIZENS STATE BANK.

CAPITAL STOCK $10,000.00 DIRCTORS, 4 4 1 1 I 4 1 1 4 4 J. A. BOWMAN, Vice-President Burgner-Bowman Lumber Co. Capital $100,000.00 E. B.

GLOVER, Merchant. C.R.WALTERHOUSE Wb Offer our Depositors Absolute Security. KANSAS CITY CORRESPONDENTS National Bank of Commerce, 3 American National Bank. ytiTtTtTTtTTT1-ftTiTYtTTTTYTttTTTTTt'i'ttTf 1 EAST BOUND. 226 Passenger Leaves at 9:02 a.

m. 28 Mixed Leaves at. ..2:05 p. in. WEST BOUND.

225 PassengerLeaves 10:55 a. m. 227 Mixed Leaves at 5 p. in. CITY DIRECTORY.

CITY OFFICIALS. E. B. Gr.ovRR, Mayor Councilmrx: Val Hessert, Chairman, E. R.

Bennett, Claude Slates Geo. McKlnney and J. Colley. C. It.

WALTEKIIOUSK TREASURER M. E. CIIUHC1I. First and Third Sundays Preaching at 7:30 p. Second and Fourth Suti.

Preaching at 11:00 a. ni, Mid Week Prayer meeting Thursdays 7:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 10:00 a. in.

U. 11. Preaching every alternate Sunday at 7-30 p. in. Sunday School'every Sunday at 10:00 a.

in. Mis J. C. Ashcraft, Supt. I.

O.O. F. Lodge meets every Saturday evening at 7:15 It. D. of I.

O. O. F. Lodge meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30. Misses Bertha Mtson and Cleir-ma Jones, of Longton, are visiting their brother and sister, 'Mr.

and Mrs.Melvin Mason this week, John-Heed had the m-sfofune to lose one of his big grav horses last night. The hore in some unaccountable way got i's head fast in the stable and hung its self. Dan Anderson arrived in Chautauqua last week from North D.iko ta, where he has been for some time past, and will visit his paren John Anderson and family for a few weeks before returning. Claud Slates and wife returnid from Copan last Sunday where he has had charge of the Santa Fe section at that place for the pat six months. Mr.

and Slates will this their home in the future. Miss Ethel Webb who has been one ot the successful cotp- of teachers at Elgin the past term, can over from that place last Thursday and visited her sister Miss Mava Webb of our city schools until Tuesday of this week. Next Sunday afternoon Rev. W. S.

Howell will adminis'er the oi Mi-nance of baptism from the (J IS. Church. It is desired that all interested will meet at the church at two o'clock, from which place they will go to the placH selected. We are also authorized to announce the regular preaching service at eight in the evening. All are cordially invited.

Parties wishing a Blade Ledge or Post Disoa'tch, if you cant find me, go to the Globe offue. II. B. Craun, agent. i G.

B. GRAY, Vite-Pres American Nat'l. Bank, Kansas City, Mo. Capital $250,000.00 F. J.

BANNISTER, Secretary and Treas. Long-Bell Lumber Co. Capital $1,500,000.00 W.V.COTTINGIIAM, Liveryman I- D. B. Easily had business in Elgin last Saturday.

Cnfton Study, ol Caney, and Miss Opal Stafford, of Niotaze, visited Miss Ada Stafford last Wednesday. If you want a shoe thai wilTfit and is guaranteed try the Drew-Sel-by for ladies and the Racine for At Glover's. FatherEdwards, of Pawhuska will be in Elgin Tuenlay May 7th, to say mass. All are requested to be present if convenient. Hour ten o'clock," See those beautiful stamping patterns in the shadow, eyelet, and lingerrie, for doilies, waist, hats, etc.

Prices reasonable See Mrs. E. A. Keller. From this date I will keep constantly on hand all flavors of ice cream and ice cream soda, and cold drinks of all kinds, give me a trial.

F. A. Fairbanks. We have the only up-to-date tailor made clothing for women and men in Chautauqua, and the prices are the lowest. Come in and see for yourselves E.

B. Glover. Fred B. Vincent, representing the Warner Fence Co, of Ottawa, was in Chautauqua last Friday on business. He was the guest of his sister Mrs.

T. E. Trigg while here. Ed Jones and Surveyor Charles Jones, of Pawhuska, were in Chautauqua Thursday. They had just completed surveying a lease that the former has down on.

Turkey creek in the Territory. Rev. Father Casey, of St. Andrews Rectory, of Independence, will be at the home of Fred Revlett Monday May 6th. to say mass at 11 o'clock.

All are requested to be present and perform their duty that have not had the conveinence before He also wants to speak of the building of our church in Chautauqua. Dont forget the hour o'clock. Last September when Professor Mason and his corps of teachers took charge the patrons of the school and the members of the board of education, were strangers to" the teachers, with one exception, that of Miss Hattie Pulliam, but the bond had faith in her as a teacher and the past term has proven that their judgement was alright, but above th decision of the hoard is. a higher court to judge the actions of the teachers for the past year, and that court is composed of every pupil and every parent or guardian of the district, and so far as we can learn, (ami we have made dilligent inquiry throughout the term) their decision is that each teacher in the school has done his duty. We do not know personally, but we under stand the same teachers can be re tained for the coming year and we believe it is the wish of every pat rcn and piipil that they be returned, Chautauqua has learned to its det riment that it does not pay to ex change good teachers for inferior ones because they come' cheaper.

She also knows that the schools can be as good, if not better, than the past term and her people will not be satisfied with any thing less. The bo.ird of education is composed of men who are all. interested in the well fare of the school and we believe they will do all they can do to make the school a success. Apron Social. An Apron Social will be given on Saturday evening May nth, at Bairetts hall, for the benefit of the Methodist parsonage which is now building.

The ladies are to wear a necktie made like the apron, which they will bring. Do not hem the apron but put thread and needle in the pocket. The gentleman will select an apron and match to some ladies tie, after he hems the apron he is entitled to ice cream and c-4ke A prize will be given the gentleman running the traightest hem also a booby prize for the crooked-est hem. Ice cream and cake will be served also home made candy and popcorn. Admission free.

They'll do your Sewing. The ladies Aid society, of the U. B. Church will sew on Tuesday afternoons for 50Cts for the afternoon each week. Inquire of any of the ladies Aid.

lews pbout Soui). Mr. and Mrs. John Reed were in Sedan Wednesday on business. The big rain last Monday put the ground in good shape again.

We will receive this week our new line of mens summer clothing B. B. Glover. Mrs. E.

A. Keller and son Frank spent the day in Sedan last Tuesday with friends. Watch the Glove next week. Glover has something good to ofier you something good. Jack Landers, who has been drill-ing-for Mac Calvert on the Barns dall lease left Thursday for his home in Bartlesville.

Ladies! our stock of tailor made suits and skirts is fine come in and make-your selection now, before they are picked over- E. B. Glover. S. W.

Pennell was in from Jones-burg Thursday and reports his neighborhood in a happy condition since the backbone of winter has been severed. Pearl Nesslerode and Joe Dunn left Thursday for Bartlesville. Mr. Nasslerode has a contract to build 28 new rigs for drillers in that district and will be in that territory for two or three months. The Globe failed to mention last week that that the Chautauqua Odd Fellows were represented at Parsons last Thursday by W.

A. Steph-an, Fred Revlett. John Dunham, H. L. Smith and Joe Harshbarger.

The boys all report a good time Mrs. R. S. Lynn and children will join the doctor, who is now in the Territory, at the close of school, and they will go on a months camping and fishing trip, after which she and the children will visit her mother at Danville, 111,, for the summer They will return late in the summer so that the children may enter school this fall. It's better at.

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