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The Globe-republican. [volume] (Dodge City, Kan.) 1889-1910, March 25, 1909, Image 8

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; The ladies of the Presbyterian
ahnrch are giving a tea this afternoon
t the home, of Mrs. W. F. Pine.
The Embroidery club met with
lira. Cady laat Friday afternoon.
The guests were lira. Langbead and
lira. Earl Young. The next meeting
will be with Mra. Boab ia two waeka.
Mrs. J. T. Elder waa the hoateaa
(or the S. S. olnb laat ' Friday after
noon. ( The invited guest were
lleadamea Watkina, Coe, Painter,
English, Schall, . Baaoom, Danes,
French, Matthews, Claude Wilkin
ion, Ralph Eastman and Miaa Nell
Wheeler. The next meeting will be
on the second of April with Mrs.
The Musio club met with Mrs.
Erhard Monday afternoon, March
22d for a study of Robert Schumann.
Mrs. Hellwarth played: a "Why"
b "Scherzina"; Mrs. Gardner sang
"When Gazing in Thine Eyes".
Mrs. Bowen read a biography of
Schnmann with twenty qaesioDS on
his life answered by the different
members of the club. Mrs. Burkley
aang "The Walnut Tree", Mrs.
Toompson played "Romanes", Miea
Milton sang a "The Lotus Flower"
b "Thou art Lovely aaa Flower".
Mrs Pine played "Nocturne", Mrs
Hubbard Bang "Messages", Mra.
Erhard played "Slumber Song",
Mrs. Young played "Whims" and
Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Hubbard and
Mrs. Bowen aang "The Gypsies".
The next meeting of the club will be
held with Mrs. Thompson and the
study of the music of Schumann will
be continued.
A pretty Japanese party was given
Jby Mra. Walter Pine Wednesday
afternoon at her home on Central
avenue. The rooms were decorated
with liny Japanese parasols, fans,
butterflies and lanterns. The upper
hall, where tea and wafers were
aerved by Mrs. Simpson, was con
verted into a flowery bower by the
nee of bright chrysanthemums, cherry
blossoms and butterflies. The guests
were given cards which were in
haudsorae designs in water colors
and pen work, from which they wero
to guess the answers to a "Floral
Love Tale." Mrs. Erhard was the
winner in this contest,' and received
the prize, a potted fern. Mrs. Hub
bard, gowned in a rich kimona, and
wearing chrysanthemums and fans in
. her hair told fortunes in the Japan I
ese way, which was attractive and
interesting as are all Japanese cus
tom?. A four course luncheon was
gerved from small tables, decorated !
with ferns and very dark red carna
tions. The serving was done by the
Misses Ruth Smith, Louis Balfour
and Nell Beaubein, who wore the
Dative Japanese costume. Mrs. Pint
was also assisted - by Mrs. States
Mra. Simpson and Mra. Hubbard.
At Dodge city, State of Kansas, at the clog
of business on the 16th day of March, 1909
Loans and discounts. ... , 111,186 ie
Loans on real estate 8,47! 45
Overdrafts OS 62
Bank building.......;; 4,600 00
Furniture and fixtures 900 00
Expense aocount 6 80
Cash Items other than reserve
Items.... ....... 615 78
Cash and sight exchange, legal re
serve 113,178g8
, . Total.,... $237,673 94
Capital stock paid in...... S loiooo 00
Surplus fund , 26,000 00
Undivided profits 4,315 99
Interest ; 877 76
Exchange ..a 26
Individual deposits 141,894 44
Certificates ( Deposit '. 66,050 60
r Total, pa fil H
STATE OF KANSAS, Ford County, ss. '
- I, G. M. Hoover, President of said bank,
-do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true, and that said bank bas no liabilities
tad is not lndorser on any note or obliga
tion, other than shown on the above state
.ment, to the best of my knowledge and be
lief. Ho help me God.
G. M. HOOVER, President,
fitibseTfbed and sworn to before me, this
19th day of Hareh 1909. '
E. F.KliXoae, Notary Public.
' (My commission expires on the 19th day
: of February, 1910.)
Correct' I
Attest: E. E. Smith, I
O. O. WAaiito, f Directors.
U. Ji. Bbowh, )
, Notice - .
Ordinance Ho. Ill establishes the curb
rtlMeot from the property line on CO
i.n t g'.ree's sr. J 12 foot fioia the property
lUiS on atretts 75 cut or more wide.
I VsAi'.i Tkebilpock, City Clerk
The Home of Haoi, Schacffner . Marx
SOFT; mild days every now and then, and sunshine that strikes
warm on your back Spring coming fast the time for
new clothes at hand. l'
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX have made for us an unusu
f ally attractive stock of Spring weight garments Over
coats and Suits.
THERE is a style, a snap, a Swing in these clothes of ours that
will make you more than pleased with your appearance in
: them. : , :
AND a thoroughness of Good Tailoring, an absolute AUWool
ness in every garment that will make it give you the best
of service through long and constant use.
YES we are proud of these good clothes of ours, and we want
you to know them.
COME in today---try on some garments; it costs you nothing
and we like to show them. We repeat,
BELOW we describe a few of our many models,
would take pages even to mention them all.
Spring Top Coats
In many varying fabrics and colors, olives,
tans and oxfords.
Its worth a good deal to us to know that
when we sell one of these coats we're giving our
customer big value for his money; and he is
going to get value out of it.
All of them worth far more than their prices
warrant. $15 to $20.
Easter Shoes
Our large shoe department is complete
You will find the new spring styles.
Smart as can be.
Six Dollar Style,
The Bargains Stores Quality.
Two prices $3.50 and $4.
Hart, Schaff ner & Marx
Have inade for us a Rainproof Coat that
matches it style and cut and material our hand
somest Spring Overcoats.- We call it the
It is but 46 inches long and falls just below
your knees.
A mighty handsome Eaincoat, $18 and $20
Everything that a man wears ties, Hats,
hose, waistcoats the best of each in quality
and style at very modest prices. . Come and
look over our stock. v .
For young men and old. Two button
models with unusual pockets and cuffs just
enough of the affected in them to make them
ultra smart, Sober Dignified models for older
Makes you realize what the best tailors in
the world can do just to Iook at them.
..As good values not elsewhere in the city.
$18 to $35.
Stetson Hats
Better hats are not made than these.
The name Stetson means supreme excellance
in hats. Many handsome models.
Derbies and Soft hats, too, at these prices,
$3.50 and $5.
Ou Maoh 21st, 1909, at 8:00 p. m., at
tbe home of CO. Plunketton Avenue
D. East Dodge, Miss Zella Belle Plunkett
was married to Mr. Harry W. Mock of
La Junta, Colo. Tbe ceremony wai
performed by Judge Preston and waa
attended only by tbe intimate friends of
tbe family. Among tbe guests were:
Messrs. end Meedames C. O. Plunkett,
C. D. Wright, Mesdames Cora E. Rider,
Henry Fromm, Millard MoDanlel, Bert
Witherspoon, Josephine Morgan. Misses
Lillian Wright, Elizabeth Cowan, Inez
Perry, Hannah Jergenson. Messrs.
James Rellly, F. F. S. Baker of Balti
more, Maryland, and Masters James
Wright and Connie Cowan. Imme-
d attly after tbe weddlog a dinner was
served after which the wedding presents,
which were many, - were viewed. Tbe
bride and groom left on No. 6. for tbeir
home, which bad been prepared in ad
vance by tbe groom at Howell station
where Mr. Mock Is In charge ai operator
for tbe Santa Fe. Tbe bride Is a native
of Dodge City. Was eduoated in the
publio schools aid is loved by all who
knew her. Tbe groom cornea of one of
the beat families in La Junta and is ad
mired and respected by all who know
blm. Their many friends Join in wish
ing them success and a long life of
happiness. v'.. : , . , : ;
Joe Haskell, formerly In tbe Santa Fe
offices here, Is in town today. He Is
now manager for tho Western Union it
It Jantt and stopped off here fort
Tleit with bis old friends.
2'horse power Gasoline Engine
air cooler, in perfect working
order, practically good as new.
1 Pony absolutely gentle for
Women and Children.
1 Colt Yearling, will make a large
draft mare. .; . ,
Square Piano cheap'.' .
Office in Milton Building? corner
Chestnut street and First avenue.
. Phone Uo. ,
Residence Phone 1391
Office Phone 350
Oimpson & Ballou
'0'.': DEHTISTS; .
.We) have removed froTa our former
roots over the Bee Hive ifore to our
uesr olUcei in tbe Sim pon Building
Dodffe City
Han San
Official Statement
of the financial condition of the
at Dodge Olty, State of Kansas, at the close
of business on the 16th day of
March, 1909.
loans and Discounts J 49,871 00
Loans on real estate 6,04s 00
Orerdrafts . 848 84
Furniture and fixtures ' 8,1'8 78
Expense Account 454 87
Cash Items other than reserve
Items 22 87
Cash and Bight Exchange Legal
Reserve 30,387 77
Capital Stock Paid In...
Undivided profits
Individual Deposits
Certificates ot Deposit
Cashier's and oertlUed checks
I 97,487 63
20,000 00
1,063 88
9M 11
' 48 42
02,415 66
12,808 96
08 00
Total ..... 97,487 68
STATE OF KANSAS, Ford County, as.
I, G. B. Van Arsdale, cashier of aald
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true; that said bank bas no lia
bilities, and is not endorser on any note or
obligation, other than shown onUne above
statement, to the best of my knowledge and
belief. Mo help me Ood. .
O. B. Vak Abbdali, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before ma this
20th day of 'March, 1900.
(ssUL) Carl J. Tcrnkr, Notary Public
Commission expires on th nth day of
July, 1912.
Attest: A.Bvssslx,)
Oiai, Vah Kirm, V Directors. ,
G, L, Kinlbt.. )
... THOS. A. 80ATBS,
Woods Liver Medicine la a liver
regulator which brings quick relief to
alok headache, constipation, biliousness
and other symptoms of liver disorders.
Particularly recommended for Jaundice,
Chills, Fever, Malaria, Tbe $1.00 size
contains 2) timet at much aathe 50e size.
Palace Drag Store.
We will sell at Public Sale at our place six miles west of
Dodge City, on
Thursday, April 8th, 1909
Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. the following described property :
13 Head of Horses 13
Two colts coming three years old; two colts coming two ; one mare six
years old; one mare eight years old j two horses nine years old
3 mares lo years old 5 1 mare 12 years old ; 1 hoase 10 years
13 Head of Hogs 13
two sows, six shoats and five pigs
' 1 Hodge Header, 1 gang plow, 2 header barges, 1 wind mill, 1
McCormick Self Rake, 1 express wagon, i Superior Drills, 1 corn
planter, 1 Clipper fan-mill, 1 Avalanch; 4 Hnber Thresher riddles, 7 Bee
Hives, 1 disc harrow, 1 grind stone, 1 walking plow, a one-horse cultiva
tor, I steel wagon, 1 hay rack, 1 set of buggy harness, 3 sets of work
harness; household goods and other articles too numerous to mention.
TermS Of Sale All sums under $i0 cash., On all sums of
over $10 a credit of nine months will be given, with approved .security,
with interest at 7 per cent, v 1

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