The Sun from Chanute, Kansas on January 28, 1904 · Page 8
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8 Hi A SUN: THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1904 REDUCED .PRICES! " THE TABARD INN LIBRARY MEMBERSHIP has been reduced to $1.50 for Lifo Membership. Change book when you desire. No penalties. Join today. All late copyright books. . Cheaper than newspaper reading. '. . . ' The Real Yellow Front! am PERSONAL MENTION. Humor mi Philosophy By DUNCAN M. SMITH 'Waive M Mm I Miss Bearmore came up from Thayer today. Miss S'ella Antrtin went to Thayer today. R. S. Cjiloy, of Topeka, is the .' 4.' All LADIES' and This will be Cloaks, a chance of your life to fix yourself on Ladies' and Misses' Winter Underwear, Golf Gloves, Comforts and Blankets. MISSES' Cloaks at Half All bur BLANKETS in this Sale. goat One-Fourth off One lot of Ladies' $5 . Price tnis week. ONE-FOURTH OFF on all our Winter Underwear. Ladies', Misses' and Men's go in this Sale. , 1 Alll BED COMFOBTS go at Cost in this Week's Sale. in mis saie. guest of C, O. Emerson. . Miss Jessie Flint arrived from Pueblo, Colo., yesterday to visit Mrs. Jesse Flint. Mrs. B. Anderson, who has been , visiting; J. E. Anderson, returned to Ottawa yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Mojre left v today for Hot Springs, Ark'., for Mr. Moore's health. The largest line of watches ever seen ia Chanute at J. W. Phillips and at a price to suit all-Mrs. J. E. Morgan who has been visiting her brother, ' Geo. ' Morgan, returned to Kansas City Remember Our Big Carpet Sale this Week. Exquisite Patterns GOLF GLOVES All in inis oate. OF WOMEN. WILLIAMS OPERA HOUSE Copyright, I'M, by Sampson-Hodges Co. IT IS HIS TRADE Behold the villain In the play. The gentleman with cunnlnc low Who, plotting dark to have his way, To any length or depth will go. He keeps the heroine at sea ; Till thwarted by the hero keen And shows how mean a mnn t un be When he Is paid for being mean. For three long acts and maybe four He works his underhandAj game. Keeps gentle folk In an uproar And quite Uvea up to his bad name. BiU do not censure him or say H merits final overthrow. Remember he hi drawing pay For being mean and vile and low. . For when he hires by the year The manager doth specify That he shall every night appear A villain of the deepest dye. Some fellows you may chance to know Are jwst as cruel every whit As any villain In the show And do not get a cent for it Business a Temperance Reformer. All the railroads that center in Chicago have prohibited the use of liquor or tobacco by employees when on duty Practically all the important railroads now concur in this prohibition The Western Electric company and numerous other great business concerns in the west forbid not only the use of liquor, but of cigarettes, and the habit, now grown to an almost incredible .extent among all classes of the community, of "playing the races." Business reasons thus make necessary the control or avoidance of habits against which moral reasons are too Often helpless.-7-Every body's Maga- Something Like It. TueT put their little western town on wheels and moved it over to the naif township." " ' "That appears to have been a case of second site." Well' AdvLed. Say, judge, I have Jpst discovered a way of flying without using my wings and have come to ask you for advice." Stop smoking cigarettes. You're dnnfiv!" Philadelphia Ledger. 14 Off today. " , Consult Adehna for the past, present and future. Will be here a few days only. Palmistry, 25c; Clairvoyance,50C. Parlors 15 North Grant. All persons owing C..S. Long & Co , for board please call at the East End Restaurant and .pay at once or the accounts will be put in the bands of the justice for collec tion. : Saturday, Jan. 30, 1904, will be the last day you ' will be able to buy goods at this great reduction sale of Ladies' Furnishings and Notions. This is not a lot of, old rubbish we are trying to sell the people, but alfnew an4 UP-to date goods. This room will be occupied March the first by (Geo. W. Piersol, the wide awake shoe man, with a complete line of Men's, Ladies', Misses and Children's shoes in high grade goods in all sizes and widths, therefore we have to give up the room and these goods have to be sold and at very near your own price. Remember. Saturday. Jan.30,1904, ia the Last Day. Respectfully, JOHN SLACK, Prop. ONE DOOR EOF BROWN PHARMACY 4 Off and $6 SKIRTS go at i go at One-Fourth off i Tuesday, February 2nd The Hit of the Season Blondell & Fennessy's Hurricane of Fun and Frolic. The Katzenjammer KIDS DON'T MISSTH EM , ALL STAR CAST. . Wwlly Cl.ark, , the distinguished German Comedian. Carol Trixeda, the California Sunbeam. Dixon & Lang, Sweet Yodlers and character Imitations. Billy Andrus and his trained mule, "Texas" from the Hippodrome, London. The Fennels, the Acrobatic Wonders. Lela Leland, the dancing marvel Criguie & Alexander, the Lilliputian Comedians. And many others. Seats on sale Saturday morning. Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75c. IN A N. MARTIN, Glasses in Water Color and China Decorating. 606 South Malcomb. Phone 338 A MILLION FOR BAKER. A Baldwin dispatch says that ten prominent Methoeists have offered to make up a donation of 500,000 to Baker university, if the people will give as much more. This would mean a million dollar endowment for the flourishing Methodist school. There are said to be 50,000 Methodists in the official territory of Baker and an average of $16 from each of them would do the work. The names of the ten persons who have agreed to give $50,000 each' .were not given, Among the specialties to be introduced between the acts of "In Dixie's Land" at the Hetrick theatre next Monday night by Jhe Morey Stock company, will be the illustra'ed songs, "Somebody's Waiting for Me" and "Iu the Village by. the Sea," and the coon songs, "Satisfied With Life" and "That's a Habit I Never Had." Born To Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kirkpatrick, a boy yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Montgomery went to Earlton this morning. Charles E. Martin is very ill with grip at his rooms in the Ori OUTFITTERS GUESS WHO THIS IS. She is the best known woman on earth. She plays at Williams opera house soon, and Manager Wil Warns will give two reserved seat tickets to the first correct answer and one reserved seat ticket for the second correct answer. Leave sealed guess at Boschert & Wil liams' drug store. All guesses will be opened Saturday evening, and the winners' - names will ' be found in these columns Monday evening, February 1st. Place correct hour and minote on envelope when left. OF PURITAN YANKEE STOCK. "I am proud to say that I come of old Puritan Yankee stock and can trace my ancestry back to 1620. Father and mother were people of ordinary height and weight, father being five feet, nine inches tall, and mother five feet, four and one-half inches. I had one brother who was six feet tall and weighed 195 pounds. Another brother was five feet, nine inches, and weighed 289 pounds. My home is in Mid-j dletown, Mass., where I spend my time when not traveling. I prefer to be on the road, to keep moving, for, except where I have long dis tances to travel, the life agrees with me, for I have done little else but keep on the ' road the greater part of my life and it seems that I feel better when at work, for, of course, we call this work. When I think over my career in the show business, it seems to me that I have' traveled more, than any other living woman. Why, I've been to Europe nineteen times and think no more of taking a voyage across the water than going from this hotel d wn to the theatre. One thing nitre. I do not think the world has ever known a woman of my stature to liveanywhere near as long as I have,; and you know I'm past past 62, and I haven't a gray bajr in. ray head." . ' All the Better For Her. Fweddle I told Kitzie Kicker that tbe gov'ner was awfly mad because I bad no bwaina. Algle And what did she say, deab boy? , , Fweddle Sbe Bald she'd be awriy W. C. T.JU. MEETING. A special call meeting of the W. C. T. U.. will be held at the res ideo.ee of Mrs. G. W. Uoruh. 426 South Evergreen, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Work of importance Mrs. A. G. Hites, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Ramsey, left today for Meadville, Pa. - Yoong Men Trust thyself, n ake your heart vibrate with an iron string. Mke yourself a man amors men. Hollii ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will do the business. 35 cents, tea and tablet form. Boschert & Williams. - Attend the great 'EM OUT sale. now on at i1 Jo S Our rules are, "No goods shall be carried over ' We let the prices do the work. Come and have a look. Yours Truly Joe Gottlielf. Shovel EXTRA EXTRA One Night Only Friday, Jan. 29 The Alman Barrett Opera Co., a magnificent Operatic Concert, Presenting FromGrand Opera Id English, in Costume, Spe-. cial Scenery. Famous selections from the best German, Frencb and Italian Grand Opera by a company of artists. In addition delightful concert numbers by distinguished scholars. , Reserved seats on sale Wednesday morning. Note the prices: 25Cto$i.oo. First published in Chanute Dally Sun, 28, 1904. Jan. Report of the Condition Of The First National Bank, at Chanute, in the State of Kaunas, at the close of business, Jan. RESOURCES, Loans and Discounts ... .612,56412 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.... 7,4So 33 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 62,500 00 Premiums on U. S Bonds 5,000 00 Slocks, securities, etc 35,000 00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 23,990 33 Due from State Banks and Hankers 10,349 5 Due from approved reserve agents 60,634 60 Checks and other cash items 2,62s 20 , Notes 01 other National Banks 3,000 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels snd cents , 558 11 Lawful money reserve in Bank, viz: ... Specie . sf 16,766 00 ' Lcifal-teiider notes 21,924 00 . 115 860 42 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas urer 5 per cent. f circulation J 3,12500 Total, - ... J5 52o2i LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $100,00000 Surplus fund ..' ..!.'.. .............. 20,00000 Undivided profits, less expenses nnd Taxes pnic-. ' ' 7.956 33 National Bank notes outstanding.,.. 62,50000 Due to State Banks and Bankers 34,407 60 Dividends unpaid 395 .00 Individual deposits subject tocheck . 549073 9 Deniflndcertificatesdeposit 11,878 80 m Time certificatesof deposit 78,47855' Certified checks 740 00 . . Total, ' - - - - $865,52020 State of Kansas, Coitnty of Nkosiio. ss: I, A. N. Allen, Cashier of the ubove-named hunk, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and. belief. A. N AI.LKN, casnier. Correct Attest: ,' O. N. Lindsay, 1 K. E, Ward. -Directors. D. M. Kennedy, j , Subscribed and sworn to before lue this 27th day of January, 1904. John J. Jones, Notary Public, My commission expires Dec. 26, 1904. USE CAMPFOLATUM. I pays no taxes I pays no rent, Scenes JOIN THE CROWD That is taking advantage of the Big 25 Per Cent Discount Sale now gdiSg on at Steinkirchners The prices we are making on Men's and Boys' winter clothing has never been equaled for the qual- ' ity and style of the goods. It is a slash all along v the line. The goods are moving and the public is getting "the benefit. '. It is , a Bona Fide Sale on Good Goods. - " . . Come Early While the Sizes Last. 1-4. Off 7 1-4 Off Often busted without cent' Bnt king among men from disease ' I'm free, ' ' 'Tii better tban wealth Rocky Mountain Tea. Boscbert & Wil- liam. ental hotel. mad if I bad.

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