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Neosho County Chronicle from Chanute, Kansas • 8

Neosho County Chronicle from Chanute, Kansas • 8

Chanute, Kansas
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McAllister Locke, Prescription Druggists. Respectfully Yours, G. P. WILDER, DRUQGIST. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WALL PAPER.

MARRIED. At the residence of Corwin Light in and he asked about all of them. He wanted to get back and see W. A. White' Tribute.

William Allen White, of the Kan- them; he wanted to be with them Chanute, Kansas, Saturday, Sept. 15th, 1894, Fred Noys and Sarah Light. sas City Star, one of the brightest again, and he seemed to feel that At the residence of the bride's pa young men of the West, writes a splendid tribute to the late Chas. E. he would soon be among them.

So I left him in the sunshine and The Model Shoe House! rents, Sunday, Sept. 16th, 1894, J. M. Crapson and Julia Dehart, both of Big Creek township. who shall say that he is not now in Harbaugh, of the Erie Record.

It is as follows: the brighter sunshine of a brighter At the home of the bride's parents in Wilson county, Kansas, Wednesday, day. He may not answer when By some strange turn of fate the Sept. 19th, 1894, Artie A. Browning and Mattie B. Irwin.

the boys speak to him but that is days that I remember now that have all. At the home of the bride's parents, "1 cannot say I will not say That he is gone he's just away." W. A. White. three miles west of Chanute, Wednesday, Sept.

19th, 1894, W.M.Wilfong, of Chanute, and Annie King. iny menu face in them, arc all sunny days. Of course I have seen him on other days; but these days have slipped through the net of my memory and only leave his memory In Independence, Kansas, Wednesday Sept. 19th, 1894, John R. Schoonover, General News.

The Ashland district in Kentucky editor of the Galesburg Enterprise, framed in light. It was one day in the early summer when he graduated from the established its good sense by a very small majority. and Josie M. Waders, of Chetopa. At the residence of the bride's parents, three miles east of Chanute, Wednesday, Sept.

19th, 1894. C. B. state university law school that 1 saw him first to know him. As a A Mr.

Winfield, of Chanute, Jackson, of Chanute, and Angie Tay reporter for the Lawrence Journal I called in the early morning to get WE FEAR MO COMPETITION. The only Exclusive Boot and Shoe Store in Chanute, and we have Good Goods at Low Prices. Large invoice of Ladies' and Misses' Oxford Ties. Also Two Hundred Pairs of Ladies' Shoes in small sizes at Cost and Less. Respectfully, Model Shoe House First door west of 0, lor.

DIED. Tuesday, Sept. 18th, 1894, Edward shipped a car of broom corn out of Altoona Tuesday, and will probably ship another soon. Journal. a synopsis of his graduating speech.

We sat in his room while the morn- Harrison Inman, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Inman, of Chanute, aged 2 years, mg sun beamed over us ana taiKeu The Democratic congressional youth fashion tor an hour.

1 must committee met at Fredonia yesterday and outlined a plan for a vigorous campaign. Mr. Sapp was pres 1 month and 27 days. He Has "Ben Hur." The man who is selling electric belts on the streets this afternoon is Frank G. Wallace, a son of General Lew Wallace, author of "Ben Hur." have met'him even before this, for it seemed we were friends even then, at least we parted friends, he in the very morning of his life to go out into the sunshine and I to go back to my desk and my work.

ent. C. P. Garvin's mother, who has been Visiting him and another son The next time we met was in lo- Atchison Globe. at Erie, returned to her home 111 peka on a sunny day in August three years later.

Again we talked in the sunlight. From then on we Denver Wednesday. Mr. Garvin's At Various Items. Where did you get that hat? the Golden Eagle.

wife accompanied her as far as Kansas City. John Guss and Capt. Walker will address the republican league RAILWAY TIME TABLE. ATCHISON, TOPEKA SANTA FE. MAIN UNE GOING NOKTH.

next Monday night. Mrs. Chas. E. Harbaugh will be met freqently and some times exchanged letters or brief notes.

I watched him grow with admiration; in his contest for the Republican nomination for State Senator, my sympathies were with him and when he lost I felt a personal regret at it. His paper was one of the best and brightest and sunniest of all the Kansas papers that have followed me from desk to desk in the last five years. It always showed 202. Mail and Exp, .12 01 1 50 a 204, ginning next week assume editorial and business control of the Erie 6 05 a 8 50pm Record. 263.

222. GOING SOUTH. 201. Mail and Exp, depart. 203.

221. Freight and Acc'n 264. arrives. The Erie Record closes its iSth year of existence this week iSth 2 50 in 2 38am 8 00 a 6 20 volume went out with the life of a capacity for hard work; it was nlwavs clean: it was alwavs hon CHANUTE AND BENEDICT GOING EAST, Charlie Harbaugh. est and there was a certain light of Those nice, nobby, new hats you geniality about it that recalled the 210.

Mail and Exp, arrive. .11 50 a 274. Freight and .12 20 218. 6 35 sunshine ot my inend. see on the streets came from the Golden Eagle.

They are having a It is hard to write of the last time going WEST. the last time; I do not believe it will be that the last time I saw special hat sale now. 209. Accommod'tion, depart. 2 55 273.

2 30 219. 9 30 a A monster republican meeting my friend. Only a few days ago; he was lying in the sunlight pale will be held in Chanute on Satur and thin, poor boy, but he could smile. His smiles perhaps made Attention is called to the Special Hat Sale now going on at the Golden Eagle clothing house. The finest line of stiff and fedora hats ever brought to the city.

They are strictly up-to-date in style. "Doc" Carver, a shot gun crank, became so wrapped up in shooting squirrels that he let his hair grow long, and started a WildWest show. A common pot hunter named Elliott finally called him down, and defeated him yesterday for the second time. Carver's only claim to notoriety is his shooting; it has been demonstrated that he is not even a good shoot. Every long haired man who comes along should be compelled to do something, or cut' his hair.

John J. Ingalls made a great speech at Olathe Saturday. After holding an audience of 3,000 people tor two hours and a half, there were cries of "Go on," "Give us fifteen minutes for lunch, and you can talk all night," etc. The speech was unlike Ingalls. He talked like a man who had discovered the truth of the old saying that you can catch more flies with sugar than you can with vinegar.

Speaking of the populists and democrats, he said that so far as the rank and file of both parties are concerned, they have the best interests of the state at heart, but have been misguided and misled. day, November 3d. Hon. Bernard Kelly will speak in the forenoon, the sunlight brighter that came throusrh the translucent shades on GIKARD BRANCH GOING WEST. 241.

Mail and Exp, depart. 3 00 in 247. Freight 8 30am GOING EAST. 242. Mail and Exp, arrive.

.11 30 a 248. Freight 6 30 C. B. YOUNG, Agent. M.

K. T. Going North. Senator Ingalls in the afternoon and Judge Peters at night. Capt.

C. T. the hospital windows. He had not yet gone through the operation, and he snoke so cheenuliy ot evertmn Nothing of his pain, nor of his long days of waiting and wasting, nothing of his danger had chilled him. All was sunshine in the room 10.

Passenger 1 45 58. Local Freight 9 00am GOING SOUTH. 9. Passenger 2 25 57. Local Freight.

5 04 BERT BROWNELL, Agent while we talked. He talked of the bovs God bless the boys out in Kansas and he wanted to know about them all. How one misses Nixon received a letter from Senator Ingalls this week saying he would be present. Capt. C.

V. D. Prange, of Chanute, father of W. P. Prange of this place, stopped over here a day or two this week on his return home from Geuda Springs where he has been for a month for his health.

He spoke in glowing terms of the medical properties of those springs and claims he has been made a new man in the short space of a month. The springs are situated on the line between Sumner and Cowley counties, the springs, seven in number, being in one county and the buildings in the other. Altoona Journal. the bovs. Are the boys of other states so loyal, so manly, so big hearted, and so true as they are in GEO.

H. BROWN, M. D. District Surgeon K. and Neosho County Health Officer.

Lindsay Block. Kansas? He was one of them, this poor dead boy, and he asked about them so lovingly: ocort, nerDeri, Valentine, Capper, Morgan, Har THE GOLDEN EAGLE IS HAVING A HAT SALE. ger, Little, Finch, but why go on; you know the list gentle reader,.

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