The Sun from Chanute, Kansas on January 29, 1904 · Page 8
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The Sun from Chanute, Kansas · Page 8

Chanute, Kansas
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Friday, January 29, 1904
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REDUCED RICES2 - , THE TABARD INN LIBRARY MEMBERSHIP has been reduced to $1.5Q for ' ,Life Membership. Change book when you desire. No penalties. Join today. All late copyright books. Cheaper than newspaper reading. . . v . . Tnme The Real Yellow Front w ri m in M to to jm s a ftafcata totototototototototoM j 1 ' GUES$ WHO THIS IS. ,. WS1V 0 IffleF' ? 1 PERSONAL MENTION. . Scenes from grand opera by. the oper oompany at Wl Hums' op-ra horn tonights Dr. Brown has been quite sick for several days, but is able to be out again today. "The Katsen jammer Kida " Where? William' opera house, Tuesday, Feb. 2." Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sweet ar This will be a chance of your life to fix yourself on Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, Winter Underwear, Golf Gloves, Comforts and Blankets. All LADIES' and MISSES' Cloaks at Half Price this week. All our BLANKETS go at One-Fourth off in this Sale. . . ! One lot of Ladies' $5 and $6 SKIRTS go at $3.98 in this Sale. GOLF GLOVES All go at One-I ourth off in this Sale. j i ONE-FOURTH OFF derwear. Ladies', go in this Sale. All BED COMFORTS Week's Sale. on Remember Our Big Carpet Sale this Week. Exquisite Patterns rived , yesterday from Chicago, to visit C U. Dickey of this cjty. , You all have read about them, now meet the "Katsen jammer Kids." Williams' opera house next Tuesday night, they'll be there. ; Consult Adelina for the past, present and future. Will be here a few dys only. Palmistry, 25c; Clairvoyance,5oc. Parlors 15 North Grant. Williams' opera house tonight the Alman Barrett opeia company in scenes from grand opera, cos tunit-s, scenery and electrical effects. Pretty Miaa N'llie Hascotnb, Omaha: "I owe ny good luoka and health to V OPERA HOUSE ' ' Hollister'a Rocky Mountain Tea. Have fullv regained my bealtb." 35 cents, Tuesday, February 2nd The Hit of the Season Blondell & Fennessy's Hurricane of Fun and Frolic. The Katzenjammer OF WOMEN. EXTRA . EXTRA One Night Only Friday, Jan. 29 The Alman Barrett Opera Co., a magnificent Operatic Concert, Presenting Scenes In English, ir Costume, Spe cial Scenery. Fnmous selections Irbtn the best German, Frenc i 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: 25c to $1.00. WILLIAMS From Grand Opera She is the best known woman on earth.' She jilays at Williams op?ra bouse soon.and Manager Wil Hams 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 Bochert & Wil liams' drug store. All guesses will be onened Saturday evening, and rthe winners' names will be found I - in these columns Monday evening, February ist. Place correct hour and minute on envelope when left. OP PURITAN YANKEE STOCK. "I am proud to say that I come of old Puritan Yankee stock and cn 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 29 pounds. My home is in Mid-dletown, Mass., where I spend my time when not traveling. 1 prefer to be on the road, to keep moving, for, except wnere 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 ray life and it seems tbt I feel better when at work, for, of course, we call this wotk. When I think over my career in the show husiness, 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 actoss the water than going from this - hotel dwn to the theatre One thine more. I do not think the world has ever known a wo man of my stature to live anywhere near as long as I have, and you know I'm past past 62. and haven't a gray hair in my head.' The event of the season: Scenes from erand opera by -the Alman opera company. -1 ''-' ! M Miss Jenni? Purdy has been, very sick ior a wetK, put is now iiegm nmg to recover". .-, ,-, ., ,, J O. J. Glasson left for 'Peru yes terday. He intends to work in the oil fields. Col. and Mrs. J. F. Mundy and 80 i, Walter, went to Kansas City today. Mi.-s Katherine Feabine, of St. Paul, is the guest of Mrs; T. E. Dale. Miss Mamie Keating, of St. Pul, the guest of Mrs. J. T. Waller. T. J. Morrison went to Yates Center today; 14 Off f going on at, moving ana ine puDiic is a Bona Fide Sale on the Sizes Last. -1-4: Off .1. 3 . 'iif. -w tea or tablets. Bached & Williams You have seenttheir pictures new1 see them in life. "The "KatzeDjammtr Kids." Williams opera house, Tuesday. Feb 2 Fun lor all. 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 o. of old rubbish we are trying to sell the people, but all new and up-to date goods. This room will be occupied March the first by Geo. W. Piersol, the wide awake shoe man, with1 a complete line of Men's, Ladies', Misses and Children's shoes in nigh 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, is the-Last Day. Respectfully, JOHN SLACK, Prop. ONE DOOR EOF BROWN PHARMACY 1-4 Off is all our Winter Un Misses' and Men's . go at Cost in this OUTFITTERS WILL RIPLEY'S OBITUARY. As Taken From His Home Paper in Illinois The Bloomiugtou, III., Panta graph gives the following account of the death of Wm. Ripley last werk: Mr. S. G. Ripley, of 1109 Wist Front street, leceivtd a telegram yesterday afternoon stating that their son, Mr. Will Ripley, was killed in the Illinois Central yards in Chicago yesterday morning at nine oMock. The details of the accident were not given, but as be was employed as foreman of an Illinois Central switch engine crew, it is thought he came to his death while at work in the yards Will Ripley was born in this city thirty -eight years ago and lived here with his parents until he was nineteen yens old whetf he went toChanute, Kansas, where he entered the service of the Santa Fe railroad as brakeman and was soon promoted to conductor. He attended the ward schools of this city and when only ten years of age he was a merarier of the De Malay band as a ! cornet player under the instruction of Don Von Els-ier, deceased. He i returned to Bloomington about seven years ago and was in tLe em ploy of the Alton road as conductor fir about eighteen months.after which time he went to Chicago where he has since been in the em-. ploy of the Illinois Central as fore man of a switch engine crew. He was a member of the Order of Rail road Conductors, the Maccabees and the Knights of Pythias He was the only living son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ripley, and leaves a wife. He was in Bloom ington with his wife last June during the encampment here and visited his par ents. He has a laree circle of friends in this city who will be pained to learn of his sudden death Mr. and Mrs. Ripley will go to Chi cago this morning and will bring the remains frick prpbably totnor rov for burial. The Morey Stock company supporting Luella Morey, opens Mon day night at the Hetrick theatre for a week of scenic productions The first play to be offered is "In Dixie Land,'! one. of the several good bills of the company reper toire, i There are nearly a score of players in the organization and special attention is given to the small as well as the large details of every production. Special scenery is carried. The prices will be 15, 2S. 35 and 50 cents. Seats now selling. ' ' . ' " Carl Purcell, who, has been assisting City Engineer Lee for the past three months, retnrned ; today to 'Carthage; i-iJ' ' S, A. Akins went to Kansas City this morning. ; 1 pays no taxes I paya do rent, 'Oflen basted without a cent- But-a 'king among men from disease I'm free, -'Ti better than wealth Rocky Monntal n Tea. Boscbert & , Wil liam. Mrs. C. E. Glass left yesterday for Independence. Miss Olive Mote returned from Ottawa last evening. - Don't fail to see the Alman Bar rett opera company tonight at Wil liams' opera house. J. W. Walker of Bowling Green, Ky., came in last night on the plui to visit his brother, Charles Walker. C. G. Wood, manager of the lo cal telephone company, returned last evening from Manhattan, where he had been for several days transacting business. Attend the great. sale. now on at 06 uS lac Our rules are, "No goods shall be carried over ' We let 'the prices do the work. Come and have a look. ' ' i '.' 0 ' ' ' 1 Yours Triily JoeOoH Shovel EM OUT Incorporate Under Arizona Laws. Most liberal Corporation Laws in the United States. No franchise tax or exorbitant fees. Private property exempt from all corporate riehts. Par of stock made any amount. No limit on capitalization. Stock is non-astessahle for anv . pnse. No amount of stock required to be subscribed,, No state exMi.ina ion of books. Legislature Can't repeal our charter. Keep rffice and do business anywhere. We attend to all business and pay all fees and charge you but a few dollars in any case. Agents waut-ri in every city in the United S'ates. Liberal corn-miss on. Send 3 stamps for booklet of codified annotated corporatioj laws and otbef information. ' ARIZONA Corporation Charter Guarantee Co. v - JTrTi!?8 J. S. DETWILER,Attorney-at-Law,Chanute, Ks it. KIDS DON'T MISS THEM - ALL STAR CAST. Wally Clark, the distinguished German Comedian. Carol Trixeda, the California Sunbeam Dixon &f Lang, Sweet Yodlers and character Imitations. Billy Andrus and his trained mule, "Texas" from the Hippodrome, Louden. The Fennels, the Acrobatic Wonders. Lela Leland, the dancing marvel Criguie & Alexander, the Lilliputian Comedians. And many others. Seats on sale Saturday morn, ing. Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75c . oooooooooooooooooooooooooo RED FRONT Restaurant and; Lunch Counter Board $3.50 per week. Meals 25c each. Open day and night. J. F. KILLPATRICK, Prop. 00000000000000000000000000 ItJA N. MARTIN, Glasses in Water Color and China Decorating. 188 South Malconb, Phtni 338 Always the Lowest Prices duality Considered. THE RACKET FURNITURE STORE. Phone 19. S. F. WADE, Mgr. JOIN THE CROWD ; That is taking advantage of -the Big 25 Per Cent Discount Sale now . ,' i , Steinkirchners . . ' ' : : '-. i " i '' - .- v : - The prices we are making on Men's and Boys'- V .winter clothing has never been equaled for the qual- 5 ity and style of the goods. It is a slash all along 3 Miss Edna Bearmore returned to Thayer today. . ' ( . ; 1 Born To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mandy of Smeiter addition today, a Rirl. 1 V . ' Mrs. L. E. Buxton and daughter, Mrs. F. L. White, went to Thayer today. Generally fair tonight and Satur day warmer east portion tonight; cooler Saturday. iMiss Bautn, who has been the gjiest of Mrs. W. S. King, will re turn to Galena tonight. Miss Rose Davie9,.who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. King, remrned to lola today. The hit of the season, 'The Katzenjammer Kids- Tuesday, Feb 2. Look for the funny street parade. tne line. i ne gooas are getting the benefit. ; It is Good Goods. 1 Come Early While 1-4 Off . mi - 1-

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