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THE CHANUTE TIMES.
$1.00 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, JAM'AHV 1, 1897. Fine weather, almost like spring. Lots of bank statements in tliis is sue. G. W. Williams yisiled Humboldt Monday. Miss Brockw.'iy ivfurnol yesterday from Ottawa. Frank Ilildobrand went up to Ot tawa yesterday. Hurt Lynch visited his parents at Lansing, holidays. Mrs.'M. Hubler spent holidays with relatives at Olal he. Mrs. T. J. Ifanna is visiting rela tives in Cherryvale. Rev. V. J. A. Wenn, of Ottawa, was in town Wednesday. Tnl ti Tlmm rf AHmiml w!l ill town a short time Tuesday. Mrs. S. G. Isett is visillnj,' friends i tt 4t.:.. .lr Ml IIUUIUUUIL HUM WITH. ' Mrs. Rona Ca lnban sn in Mimlay with her parents in Krie. pillU Ullllll'iu 111. mi .1 I'Hii""1 . . to Humboldt Wednesday. J. L. Sewell made a business trip to Erie yesterday afternoon. Ralph Light, of Krie, was in town a while the first of the week. Col. J, Carpenter visited our Slate Capital the first of the week. 0. L. White Jr., of Buffalo, was in town on business Wednesday. 1.1 ... ii 1., 1 l? 1. ...... I,- MISS .na 1 It'll 1.1 III iJl u; Llll.-i linn Visiting J. M. Allen and family. ) f.i T?.if'l?cilf 1ml client. luiliil:ivs with her parents at Ilurlington. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Urandell spent Christinas with friends at Has. S. C. ltrown made a business trip to Kansas City the lirntof the week. Dr. Koyster has moved his ollice over Is'. Dannefer's clot hlng store. John lieldon, of Quincy, Kansas, was visiting W. C. Osborn this week. Miss Susie Eaton, of Erie, is in town the guest of her uncle A. II. Turner. Mrs. Amos Coiaw is visiting rola tlves in the vicinity of Rest this week. Preston Campbell and wife, of Rest, , visited C. E. Ingle and wife over Sun day. Mrs. C. E. Allison, of Erie spent Christmas mine my wnn ner parents. Mrs. Jacob Kocing, of St. Paul, visit '' ed relatives hi the city the first of the week. Miss Emma Mitchell rcl.urned yes Iterday from a shori visit at Indopen I dence. I given tomorrow away at the skating rink night. , Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McCune spent Christmas with the hitlers parents at Girnrd. Si S. Warner, and wife, of St. 1'aul uncut Christmas with O. A. Cox and A - 1 .. ' Miss Ola Keys who Thayer spent Christmas in Erie. Mr. and Mrs. (' ' lena visited relal iv Sunday. Watson Stewart em Tuesday. teaches near at her home Realty, of in t his cit y Clover wife, ig in of Stew Cliannt i' V Mrs. II. M. Keesiing. of Fredonin, passed tlirough town Tuesday enroute .T. A" Stevens and wife tr.ok dinner with Henry Simmons and wife at Vi las Sunday. Henry Ruff, of Topcka, spent, holi days at home with his parents, ret lim ing Sunday. Miss Mitchell, who is teaching at Iohi, visited friends at Fredonia dur ing holidays. Mrs. Arthur Doyle ret urned . Tues day from a week's visit vtith relatives In Kansas City. Misses Anna and Cora Lee. of Se dan, are in town the guests of A. Tully and family. Miss Etta Harding, of Topeka, is in town the guest of iss G us fie Ilase and other friends. Ed Lloyd and wife of All.onna spent Sunday in town, the guest of J.. L. Sewell and family. Jim Lyncn and family returned from a visit with his brol her J . I!., at Lansing Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Portsmouth and children went up to Colony yesterday for a snort vlhit with friends. plr. and Mrs. Cy I 'ran ;o, of Fre douia spent Christmas with the for mers parents in this city. j'rof. H. C. Ford and W. E. Koch attended the Stale Teacher's Associ ation at Topcka this week, 'W. P. Parsons and family of Cherry valo spent Dart of holiday week with Jessie Tarsons south of town. Through Chas. Ranhvell, w t learn that our old friend 11. it. MeCuteheoii of Savonsburg. is still very sick. T.,'i T.iirlit. finrl ..-ifn Mitni.nnr1 j-i.-iiiiv mn"" i.ii.i 1 1 v ' 1V.LI.IMI.U Vy. where ;. i ives. i Talley- '"'brist- tllWi). County Clerk, W. P. Wright, went to Topcka thejlrsb of tho week to at tend a meeting of the county clerks of Kansas. Mrs. Lee Prunty, of Renedlct, and Mrs. George Yeail, of Sumner Co. visited with J. "W. Carrall and family this week. F. W. Montague left today for his duties on the Jllinoisc Central rail road ih Chicago, after a three week's visit with home folks. Read the advertisements in this paper. These merchants have nice clean stocks of goods and want you to call and examine them. John O'Connor, principal of the schools at Madison, was in town Mon day enroute for Topeka to attend the Stale Teacher's Association. . C. A. Cox went to Pittsburg Satur day on business and attended the meeting -of the bar association of that judicial district Saturday night. Lewis Hartman who has been visit ing his old comrade J. E. Plumnier for a couple of months, returned to iiis home in Indianna Wednesday W. If. Erown and wife spent holi days in town the guest of their par enls. They returned to their home in N'cndcsha the first of the week A. W. A she raft left Tuesday for Ft, Scot to at lend as a member the an nual session of the auditing enmmitlce of the hooks of the Supreme Lodge of Select Friends. J. A. Hiitching.s of St, Paul, one of the leading republicans of this county stopped from Sunday to Monday with Dr. E. P. Park and family; he was on his way to Kansas City. Samiel iiaughrnan, of Xeodesha. one of the leading republicans of Wilson county together with his wife, spent Christmass in town the guest of John Haughuiaii and family. Dan Rloomheart, of the firm of P.looinhearl, Wright & Co., left Mon- day night for a short visit with Wm. Dofsker, of Medford, Oklahoma. Mrs. liloomhcart accompanied him. Lieutenant Alfred Sater, of the 13th infantry, who has been visiting rcla- f ievs here for the past month, return ed to his regiment, at Fort Porter, near RiilTiho N. Y., last Saturday. Col, O. If. Coulter, of The Western Veteran, was in town Monday and called; the Col. is an cut husiastie G. A. R. man and is whooping things up for the encampment which meets here in' April. G. G. Keener, of Thayer, called Wednesday and paid subscription up to dale on the Timks and says keep it itcomming. Mr. Keener left yester day for a ten day's visit,, with rela tives, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Married, at the home of the bride's parents Christmas eve, Mr. J. II. Hoggs to Miss Ida lioerstler; Mate Iioerstlcr acting as groomsman and Mis Laura Twilly as bridesmaid, Rev. M. I.', liamsberg olliciafing. After the ceremony the guests partook of a bount iful supper. J. Cowman came in from (iarnett yesterday afternoon. Mr. Rowuian Jias. .luurbosed . the grocery st.oro of F. Frewert and is at present Invoic ing and will con1 nine t lie business at the old stand. Mr. Cowman Is a thorough business loan anil will no doubt have a good 1 rade. The Flile Pleasure. 'Club gave an other of their club dances at William's hall Tuesday night. As usual there was a large attendance and all enjoy ed t heiiisicl ves hugely. This organi zation is composed of the leading young people of the town and t heir parties are always successful. . Neosho Post, 12: G, A. C, The W. Dickey; OS A J Sunday. Finance Committee; I N Hatcher, W II Eat imer, J P Dickey; Grievance commit tee; W R Smith, W Hart, J P Ilickey. Sick committee to serve six months: E A Taylor, of Ottawa, Kan; A J Sun day, A A Iladley. P. Farrell, See'y. MurrlcMl. Married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ren 1). Rutler, in this city, on Sunday at one o'clock p. in. .Mr. J. II. Smith of Sav onsburg, Kansas to Miss Rena Wake. Rev. Ihidd, tlieM. E. minister of Ells- inore ofllciatlng. ' The wedding was a quiet one, no ono being present but the relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parlies. Miss Rlake has been in Chanute but a short time but, by her quiet and ladylike nian- ners, lias made a number or friends among the best families in Chanute. Mr. Smith was formerly a school tea cher and later on, a business man at St. Paul, only moving from this county to Savonsburg about 8 mont hs ago. Ho Is a member of tile iirni of Smith & Sons, one of tho leading general stores of Allen county. He is hon orable and upright in his dealings and has friends wherever acquainted. The out-of-town guests were, Dr. M. Leni on and wife of Erie, John Aitkin and wife and Charles and Tv'ellie Morton I'arsons, Miss llanna AVatson. O. H Smith and wife, Albert McPall of Savonsburg. Mr. and Mrs Smith left on the 11 o'clock Katy train for La mar and Nevada, Mo., to visit rcht tlves for a short time after which they will go at once to house keeping at Savonsburg where Mr. Smith has his home already furnished. The editor hereof wishes Mr. Smith and wi fe happy journey through life. money cuti bo luviwbirt othnrwluo, mid tfivo on Rood satisfaction. Although our cablnnnt lum boon uBod for two yoarfi tt is as bright aud new today as it was tho day it wan ptncod in tho llOUHO. Tlio Standard Cabinet Company is oho of tho best institutions fluanoially tlmt wo Imvn in tlin city, nnd wo bolloru it will curry out anil fulfill ony iirnuwinontu ninilo by Mr. Honson or any of it copniHMitutivoH. HophiK tliia will bo MitiHfactory, wo mmnin Yours vnry truly, W. II. Fout Unitd Tjimwritor and Suiiplios Co. I Iolu Ili'Rlxtor, Correct you are Rrother iSeott. required just five minutes for Messrs Ny & Kemmcr to convince us that tho Kitchen Cabinet, was Jnst the trick, Vjo we bought eno and now our wife would not cha'nge'it for a farni I'rco Muoim Elect IMIleorM. Cedar Lodge 'o. KK1 A. F. and A.M at a regular meeting hist Saturday evening elected and installed the fol lowing otlicers forthaenstiing year. Alex P.aird. WM; IIP Farrelly, W; Ed W Galcy, J W; G N Lindsay, treasurer; Geo AV Reed, Sec; II C Ford S D; A AAr Nelson, J.D; FE Harnett-, S S; Z T Postlethwaiie, J S; E Crown, Tyler; J H Donaldson, chaplain; S 10 Reach, Trustee. 'A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE. R. C. and S. of Vs. will hold it joint installation and a basket supper at Masonic Mall Saturday night. Each latly is requested to bring a basket witli supper for two, which the Roys will buy at 2" eeiitseaeh, the proceeds to b" divided up among the three or ders. Dale (leer of Gridley, who was the leading pitcher of the Texas base ball league last year, but finished the sea son with Cleveland, Ohic, in the Nat ional league, spent Christinas with his sister, Mrs. Ed Portsmouth. Mr. Geer is at present a student at the Lawrence University, but will play ball with Cleveland again next year. Having purchased the A'idettc- Times, including its subscription list aud gotid will, 1 cordially ask the pa trons to cull and get acquainted aud check up and see bow we stand. !: you have not the money t- ; ,y up it is till right, but it i- i ni idea to sec how we st a' ': i lie i Hues olli ce is located ji.-jc east of the Santa Fe railroad. Tie.-directors of the Chanute Agri cultural Fair, Park and Driving As sociation met Wednesday and elected the followingjillicers for the ensuing year: Lem Cole, president: J im Cun ningham, vice president; R. N. Allen, treasurer; Aug. Rareis, secretary. This core of otlicers Is all right and Chanute will have a bigger fair than ever next year. Paul Fisher, one of the pioneers of Allen co., died at his home in Hum boldt Wednesday after a long illness. Mr. Fisher was a careful and shrewd husiiissM man und had accumulated quite a goodly amount of this worlds goods; he was philanthropic and en terprising ami in and iii-nr Dim n;uv I 'Jf.ioor , wi!' :imilics in !!:: !!--; An article that will save its cost several times a year, be sides saving no end of labor. The Register spoke brieify last week of the gentlemen who were here canvassing for the sale of the Stand ard Kitchen Cabinent. This week we have seen and examined the cabinet Hid it appealed to us at once as so useful and economical an article that we ordered out; right on the spot for t lie Register family, and we have no hesitation in reeomending it to every body who is keeping house. Did you ever stop to t hink what it means to the cook who has to prepare three meals a day for .'IIm days to have t he tilings she uses scat tcred all over I he kitchen? To have to run from the table where she Is at work Id one corner for the (lour, toanothrr for f he meal or rice, to another place for the oatmeal, grits1 or dried fruit, to st ill another place for the sugar, tea or colTee, or other places for the sotla, spices, pepper or of licr seasonings, or hunt here and there for the colfce mill, scales, cake cutter, grater, egg beater, or other kitchen utensils, tak ing thousands of steps a day from the cook table to the places where these things arc usually kept, reaching to high shelves or stooping to low bins, wearing herself out with unnecessary labor? Well the Kitchen Cabinent puts an end to all of that, for it brings all things that are commonly used in the kitchen, together in onedurable, com pact and handy repository and hangs them i ight over the cook table, within easy reach. The Cabinent is Xi inches high,- 27 inches wide, made of sheet metal, beaut i fully decorated, practically air tight, dust, moisture and insect proof and hangs on the wall in a handy position above and a little to the right of the cook table. It con tains a .10 pound flour bin, a 30 pound meal bin, a Ho pound sugar bin, and three other bins which hold one gal lon each that are used for rice, oat meal, coffee or anything bought in small quantities: besides a bread or cake l"-:r, an extract or tool box, five air tig.it tea and spice drawors, coffee mill, spring scales, cake cutter, scoop and scoop sifter. . Think of having all of these things where any of them can be reached without takpig a stepl And all up otf the floor and out of the way, and ibsolutely safe from insects or dirt or moisture. It is no wonder that the agents have already taken more than a hun dred orders in this vicinity, for tho cabinet sells itself on sight." Mr. Ilenson, the general agent in charge of the canvassers at this place, conies with tlwj best ot references as to the financial standing of himself and of the firm he represents, and as the contract provides that no money shall be paid until the cabinet is de livered, and that the one delivered must be exactly like the sample, there is no possibility of anyone being defrauded. It is our honest belief that no family can alTord to be with out the Standard Kitchen Cabinet. Are have a large stock of Hour, also oilnieal, ground katllr corn,. corn chop, shorts, bran, liny, oats, in fact every tlking in the feed line and make prompt delivery to any part of the city. Moorey & AV infield. 1-15 Try Cream Flour, the best in Cha nute (except one brand.) Moorey & AVinlield. l-l.- The Rank of Commerce declared their fourth annual dividend today. This institution says last year was their best. Resides their annual dividend they have placed $r()0 to sur plus , $10!) H) to depreciation of safe, furniture and fixtures; $(17 borrowed loans, and have about, $a0 left In un divided unilil account: the result o ast year's work. For economical aud ireful management of loans, this bank ranks among the best. See tatement in this issue. 1-1 Election Notice. The annual meeting of the stock' holders of the Chanute National Rank of Cliiinute, Kansas, for the election of directors for the ensuing year, will be held at the banking house of said bank in Chanute, Kansas on Tuesday the 12th day of January, 181)7, between the hours of .'J nnd 4 i, m. of said day. G. AV. Johnston, President. I have sold out my grocery story to J. P. Rowinan, w ho will continue the business. I pay all debts and collect nil accounts due the firm. I wish to thank my old customers for past favors nnd would kindly ask them to continue with Hr- Rowinan whom they will find a thoroughly competent reliable and obliging business man I hone all who owe me on account or have claims against me will call at the old stand at an early date and settle the same. Fkko FitEWWtT 1-1 In an other column will be found the third statement of the State Hank. AVe wish to call your attent ion to the following facts: AVo began business March 2. 1S!)0. Our first statement was made Juno 1, 1S00 and bowed deposits of $12,023.18. Sec ond Sept. 1, 18!Ki, of $21,278.12. Third Dec. 1!), 1S!M!, of $24,189.2(1. AVe will be 10 months old tomorrow. Com ment Is unnecessary. AVe solicit your business. G. N. Lindsay, tf Cashier. 22--YEARS--22 HXOOO-0OOO With the advent of a new management for "THE TIMES" we take pleasure in announcing that the business of our firm, which has for withstood the financial storms of Kan sas, still invites the patronage of all who desire reliable and high-grade goods at the lowest possible prices. Our terms, cash or 30 days--approved credit--enables us to meet all com petition. Come and see us-. L.B.KEIFER. Olllcial stateirent of the financial condition of the at Chanute, Kansas, at the close of business on tho 19th day of December, 180(1. KEHOVBCEK. Loans aud diftcnuutti ou ixunonal ami collutoriil mcurity $14,143 611 Ovnnlrafta 11 1 6 94 Furniture) and flxtunw (CHI 52 Kxiioiiho account -1,174 56 Cash unit sixlit exchange- 1:1,7111 tkS LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 5,000 00 IntiiiUHt 1,242 29 Exchange 227 68 Individual dupouits 21,792 26 Timo cortiHcatou 2,397 00 Total taajsw 23 . OFFICIAL STATEMENT. (r tint llnniifial condition ot the Fnm.st lltiuk at Tlin.vi'r, at tin- clow of liisiin-s.s ou tho 19th day of Diieujuhor, lUi. - . . UKHiiracKH. Ijoiuih and diHcount.-i on irrsnnl and rollitt.'i'.'il NPClirity. LomiNoti ivnl cstato Ovo rd rafts. Ural iwtati Kuriiitimi and flxtuivs 'ash and si-ht rxrhnliia'S. , l.iAiui.rrics. apitid Stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided prolits Undvidi-d ili-ixi.-it-s lVmand cortitlcnta's rimo ClTtillc.'lt.'S .iu.!i:ii) 71 1,-iir, tci MM Mi . I.NHI 01 .MtMKI s.tus mi 27.WI 119 . .$s,imo III .... Ki) W .. 1.111) IK) ...9,115 S3 1.919 Ui . ti.'.Ol 0)9 2",M 09 Stat. of Kansas, Count of Noosho, ss. ; I, J. W. Forirst, cashii-r of said bank, do sol- innly svur that tho ulsjvo stat4nunt is t ruo, nnd Hint said hank lias no liahilitios of any character whatsoever not set forth in said stuto- nirnt. J. W. Fokiikht, Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to before, me, this the M day of December, lssM. (Seal. J. It. Lm.INS, Notary Public My commission expires ou the 2Tith day of July, 1W. Report of the condition of the Chiinut.i Nat ional Dunk at Chnuute, Kim., at the close of bu.sines, this the 17th day of Decemlxir, lsmi. BKSOL'HCES. Loans and discounts !2,0Til tl Overdrafts, secured and unsecured :t,M9 42 U. S. llonds to secure circulation 15.MU 00 Stork and sectrities 0,991 84 thinking house, furniture and HxtureH.. 7000 0(1 Other renl'estjite and morteatces owned . .14,041 7.1 hecks and cash lU'ins 0.1 w Notes of other national bankd 125 00 Fractional pajier currency 93 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie 10 1 LckhI tender notos SO (JO DO 00 Hedemption fund with U. S .Treas'r (5 lier cent of circulation) 15 00 79,2:18 05 rjlAno.lTiKH. CnpitJil stock paid in M,000 00 Surplus fund 3,000 00 Undivided profits, less taxes and ox peases paid 1,210 81 National bank notes outstanding 13,500 00 Duo to other Nntionat banks 6 42 Individual deiiosits subjiict to check.... 142 45 Demand eortiilcatoB of deiosit 12S 37 Hills payable 1AV) 00 79,238 OS State of Kansas, County of Neosho, ss. I, G. W. Johnson, president of tho above nam ed bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement ss true to the host of my knowledge and belief. Q. V. Johnston, President Subscribed and sworn to before mo, this 2Mb day of Deceinlier 1S90. (Seal. J it, F. Si! inn, Notary Public. My commission expires May 20th, 1M11 V. P. Hazkn, ) . M. , I. TO. Johnston t Directors. V. K. Johnston, ) rttl t I i;i, ouf.of the if t his county 11. called Sat- ner v ' iv,':. (,uite a were present besi League. A mono; V .i...;.-.- v in,"i s 1-1-'ul a staiineb r.-p'.i rd.iy. 3. T.. Carley and vife. of Hartford, .ere in town AVe.Ini .s.iy on their way oliuffalo and Fri'donia to visit re- ations ' The Wednesday Afternoon Keadini: Jlub met with MUs 'ionon Uarll. Juite an interesting j.p'tfram ws rcndeieu." ' I'u'-imienls number of is '..members of the Lt asiue. A mono; them lieiiie; Miss f'tta Ilavdinif, of Topeka, Miss 'i'iliie Nation, -of Krie, and Mr. Cook, of Kansas City. At a rcRtilar meet big of Chanute Division "o. 2'f Order of Ilailway Conduetors held Sunday cveniii";, Vcr. 27th. ISiifi, the followintr otlicers were eleted and installed for Hie en suiiiK' year: Cbief Conductor, J. C. Hanisey; s c, W II Lattimer; Asst. chief eimdiielor, W Hart; j c, WK Smith; s and t, 1'eter Farrell; j s, J E ...itier of the . .-1'ers Siijifly Company, jai.is City, with whom we have ilniic-business for a loutr time, to in iiuire as to the personal and business Htauding of Mr, Ilenson nnd the com pany he represents, and have the fol lowing letter in reply: Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 14, 1S96 Mr. ( ha. F. Scott, Iota, Kmc Denr Sir: We are Just- in receipt of yours of tho tth inst., and in reply will say that we buve known Mr. Ilenson, who is representing the a.-nudard Cabinet Company, of your city, for A numlvr of years, nnd consider him n jiorfect tn-ntleninn in every respect. As for the cabinent itself will say, that the writer tins nsed one in bis house for the last two years which proves to be nit that is claimed for it and much more, as a brief description of tlie cabinet does not sfie cify its advantages which the service of the sa..ic brinirs proof. It is one of tho finest arti cles. that was ever placed in any liouseold, and we do not consider that tlie same amount of Flour and MimI Excliant1. 6 rain and ... -and soil flour,raeal and all kinds of feed, and make special prices where parties exchange with us. Morey & Win field. 1-15 NOTICE. All my old accounts must be settled immedi ateiy by cash or note, or they will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection. Please call at once and save costs and trouble. F. Frewert. Total t)jm 211 State of Kansas, County of Kcosho, ss: I, G. N. Lindsay, cashier of said bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that said bank has no liabilities of any character what soever not set forth in suid statement. G. N. LINDSAY, Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me, this 24th day of December, 1896. 13. F. Shinn, Notary Public. (skal) Commission cxp'res on the 20th day of May, 1899, J. II. Light, ) Attest - smith day, G. W. Williams, J. B. F. Cates, Directors. Happy New Year is the wish of the Mammoth Racket for its many readers all over Southeastern .Kansas. .. Now, the way to make the new year happy and prosperous is to trade where your $ is just as good as anybody's $, and will buy its worth in goods wheth er you buy 3 cents' worth at a time or a hundred dollars' worth at one time. Trade where there are no pets to favor or extra high prices charged to make up for losses on bad debts, or short prices made to special friends, but where every man, woman and child stands and equal chance for bargains. If you wouid be happy and prosper ous, trade where they Underbuy andUnder sell or SPOT CASH. The Mammoth Racket Chanute, Kansas, H. L. FREEMAN, Proprietor. 1 iifivo Jxist oponod ,wnww Staple and Fancy Grocery Store At VILAS. My stock Isull NEW, NEAT AND CLEAN hope by fair dealing to receive o people of Vilas and vicinity, I hope by fair dealing to receive a liberal share of the patronage of tile C. jP. swank. The Geiji ShaVing Parlor, HOT JJSnD OOLD h"n lA II m SAW. 1 ) Opp. Post Cfflce. J". W. nvioOxxllovisli, Prop. The Chanlite Meal Markefc, Opposite Chanute Lumber Co. Dealers in choice fresh and salt meats. We kill nothing but first-class stock, and will give yau the lowest prices and Farmer! having fikst-class young stock t$ sell will do well to call cn me. Stock IVE-ULst Td TPclX. T. 5. OHnVE, JProp. Iead What; We do in our line and you will know where to go when you want anything We do all kinds of carriage trimming. We remodel old buggy tops and nake them like new. We do all kinds of sign writing. We do all kinds of I aintlng, paper hanging, graining and finishing. We do all kinds of wagon and carriage woodwork. We do all kinds of Carpenter work. We re pair and r finish all kinds of stueco frames, statues and bricabrac work. All work in eve prices are ry department warranted to be tlie very best of its class. Our below all competition. None but first-class, careful artisans em ployed in eery department of our business. Give us a chance to bid on oour work West sldt B. Econoini) Paint Shop. T3PLO DBoStxxxxxxxx H or cold lunch, square meal, oysters and all tlie dela- . cjbs of the season can bo had at the lowest prices at & Baughman's RESTAURANT, OPPOSITE HOTEL DELMONICO. terybody praises our coffee. We have the iinest line of its, candies, cigars and tobaccos in the city. HOT SOUP. Thd 'nr OF TIIE .CONDITION OF of Ch Cnpltnl stool surmux runf UudividiMl l National bal State of Kansai' I, V. M. K meat in true t Correct Attest. K. N P. Td CP, Gr. . Wall! deal .1 Nothing fish and East Fourth 1 Bloomheart, Wright Ko. wish te extend to their many friends nnd customers thrir ;.Mi:itit','V for the yutronage accorded them In ' ( ,;; ''y. :-.ir Wi, and bope by fair treatment and Honest Goods $ Honest Prices & to merit a continuance of the same In the year 1897 IS and wish you all a happy and prosperous New Year. &! I Bloonilieart,Wriglit & Cojj City Bakery, Restaurant and Short Order House. Moals at aUHours, Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies Always on Hand. Farty and wedding cakes baked and trimmed U order. We solicit a share os your patronage. W. H. HOLTON, Manager. First door west of Boschert & Williams' dru ( store. For I have, Gastfci. Wei carry nothing but first class w and queensware. We handle only CHOICE - FLO Ul:: including BIG FOUR and GOLDEN ROD, Also Graham and New York Buckwheat Flour. We are now selling HOLIDAY "GOODS at greatly reduced prices. Give us a call. VOLK & MILLER, Proprietors.