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ghe Wiithiiix gaitij gaIc: grtclau ISlcmtincr, ptattft 28? 1890.
Tothe Editor of the Eagle
Fleas? announce me as a candidate for council,
man i 1 om tho First ard. W. N. Castvcu.
To the Editor of the Eagle.
Please announce .r. F. Xesly as candidate for
member school board lor Fourth ward.
iJ tt 31a y CnizEts.
To the Editor of the Eagle.
Please annomicttne as a candidate for rc-flectloa
for councilman. Third ward.
OsCAIt V. Baiixj.s.
I herein- announce my-elf a candidate for the posi
tion of councilman in the Third ward and solicit the
support of the i otcis In said ward.
Samcel J. Hoivr.
March. 10, ISO. dlOJtf
For Councilman. Sixth 'Ward f has. Mosbacher is
a candidate for councilman long term trom the
Sixth ward at the ensuing election. April 1, Itf').
D CHILDBBNS CLOTHINQ
""Lwa a Fine Serial,
181 The S
TMs powder never . tries. A rranel of pnrity,
Ffrcncth mid a ' oii-im"t'". More economical
than the. ordinary i'ndsiind cannot be sold Incotii
1'e' Ujoii w Ith the inultitide of low te. short w eight
:i)i m ot pliospli.it powders Sold only In cans.
Jtoyal Baking Powder Co., 103 Wall bt. N. V.
ALL THE LATEST- STYLES
no jr. mjixst., incnzTJL.
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled q Demand 25 Eaeh.
IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT.
i Furnished, by tlic Deam Abstract, Co.)
Tin' following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
i' 'liter of deed's yesterdy:
3'niumh Carson to Euinia Carson :'.L
Duncan's adu 1
Uobt Duncan to Hannah Carbon 27
I) 1 1" can's add
1. .! Wilson to A tin Swesey lot 0 blk
'J"J ( heney
r.ll.rJ V keisierto Laura V Gish
Jis-Jl ft in in- of se V ." LS le..
P F Lvgrisset to H and Hose Hum-
(iuv ave Logan add
Ls'uhi F Perkins totheKaiisasLoan
.nd Investment Co Mo Central ave
J.!s,ar Harris to Asburv Cay nw V
5 .'7 4w
1) I) lime to W S Walton sw' :U 7
lioi-n e Carpenter to Sarah L Carpen-
i-f w ' .. s,.4 8 'Jii Jw
ATainie Lacy to Geo II IMann 75"140
ft n w cor "lot 5 Zimmerlv's
iiiotluT Kcdiicllon ia Santa IV Koutc.
nmencing I uesdav. Alardi 2.).
Svii.i Ft- will sell first elas-. limited tickets
to Pui'lilo. Coloraiio Springs, Denver and
intcrniwliate points, at sH.25. Free chair
from Xewtoii. I'.iUnnm te-eivatiou may
h il;tained by calling at 122 North Main
,n"'t, and at new union depot, corner
I t.tli anil Douglas awnut's
Mill W I). MtKDOLK, Agent.
Don't forget the low rates to Chicago,
St Louts, l)ener. Pueblo and Colorado
ttrings via the Great Rock Island. 110 tf
For wall paper go to 150 X. Market st.
1 Bishop has t lie finest line of samples
n the southwest. Uo 12
iv you going wist' Are you going
'.i If so. lake the Great Rock Island.
in. st accommodations and lowest rates
( .-.11 points. City ticket office. 100 East
I lights aenuc, corner Main street.
Commencing Sunday. March 2"'. the
Gnil I'ock Island route wiU place in
wr ice between Kansas City and Denver
thiij- new and magniliient dining cars,
Fence ile Leon." "Delnionte"' and "Ray
mond " Passengers leaving Wichita on
tlu morning t mills for Pueblo, Colorado
S -rings and Deiner will be served with
ihmit-r and supper on thuse trains. 110-tf
The Missouri Pai Me Kallu.i.i
h-isinaugerated another cut to Colorado
points. Only a few dollars are needed to
go to Pjieblo. Colorado Springs and Den
wr via the Missouri Pacific railway the
hlmrtest line to Colorado. If you contem
plate taking a trip east or west, remember
jou can save money bv calling at 137 North
Main street. 110 Gt
Advice to .Mothers.
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
Biwijs be used for childien teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, alh.'ys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
it medv for diarrha'a. Twentv-fivecents a
bottle. d(U tf w40 tf
Now Is the Time to Go Kast or West.
Read the following cut rates via
"Great Rock Island Home."
'lot hicago $14.10. first class
To ( hicago -sll.10. second class
To Den er $S.25. first class
lo ( oionido springs SS.25. fiis,t class
To Pueblo N25, first class
Corresponding low rates to intermediate j
jiomtsiind points beyond. Ticket offices, i
(") East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street, and at Passenger station. 110 tf I
Vindow glass, plate glass, colored glas,
lnnt show laso glass, enameled glass, mir
ror plete lioth German and American, at
J A Bishops, l.vi X Market st 105 12
Our Millinery Department getting
to be viry popular. High prices seeni
111.1 to loose their grip. Low prices in
line millinery preiails in this depart
ment. Everybody can tell vmi we
have she best millinery, best stvle- ut
tho very lowest price's. "i v are the
originators of trimming free of charge,
"v mark all millinerv with onlv
inodmni pronto Me ask von Jo come
and see our styles and prices.
J tats at 2.i aud 50c mi sale this w .-ot
27 best Milan Rrnids P.Iack Toques,
orth $2.50 at 0,se.
m Special sale of Skirt Flonucin-s. .r,.
inches deep. 4!e per yard and up.
ISee Our East AViiulow !
Special Sale of Rons' Genuine Per
cale M aists. age 4 to i:j years. woni,
0 h , this week at :jv each.
This is au extraordinary- bargain in i
BojsMVaists-. "'"" U1 j
- a , '
1V1. 5. UUJbLN. i
GLOBED 1 8 )oiifflii8 Ave
V.1.01'1 '-.' ',clil'"v, . w.m powerful voice, his physical attributes ' on April :$. Mavt-U September 0, Septum- , rtl- 1,VV1, . -
I 1 puYrtiw-lM -iwava gained him recognition by the , her Jj and October 14. U ! , 10LWIvB bA '
' ' ,??!.,- , uilnaniic c,,.,.r .i,n,.,.r luwlw i ovr,rc- These tickets me good to leturn thirty
.T7:VliVL''-;"i"V Vn'i-in speaker wheneei he chose to express j (1 from ,,ate of aud are ,i(i at the 1000 25c vests - - -
DJ ( a-eto.Afaiy h, J-orney l(r 110 j,13 views on any measure pendmjr. ovfn.iiw.lv lnu r.-.t.. nf .nw. f-ni. fnr tiw. inno nn,- v,i .
Easter Millinery ;
Thia Fascinating Story is now being
published in thia Paper.
t Can Be Taken Up at
Anv Point. Bead Si !
THE 7AWLE5E-KINCA1D AFFRAY.
Both Parties to the Affair Native Kcntttck
iaiis Cse of the Quarrel.
Ex-Congressman Taulbee is from the
mountain districts of Kentucky. News
paper Correspondent Charles E. Kincaid
is also a native of the Blue Grass state.
The affray between the two occurred
recently in the Capitol building, at
"Washington, and was the culmination of
a quarrel of long standing, which began
nearly two years ago with the publica
tion in The Louisville Times of an ar
ticle reflecting on Mr. Taulbee's charac
ter. The ex-congressman ha.s been for
8ome whUe a notable figure at Washing
ton. Tall, strong and possessed of a
which was not seldom. Ho began man-
j hood life as a student for the ministry,
' but abandoned the church for the court
house, and became a lawyer. He is a
lawyer. IJ9 years of age, and first came
under general notice when elected to
congiess some years ago. Charles E.
Kincaid is 35 years o'ld, of slight build,
and, when ihe trouble culminated in the
j shooting, was just recovering from an
I attack of typhoid fever. After leaving
college, and when only of age, he was
chosen magistrate of a Kentucky village,
and thus acquired a right to the title of
judge. lie has held several positions of
I public trust and emolument, and is at
I present the Washington correspondent
1 yf The Louisville Times. lie has tra
veled a great deal, is a society favorite,
snd comes of excellent familv.
THE BREAD THE QUEEN EATS.
tt Is Mado by a I'olisb Kvilo and Senetl
i:i Fauci Shapes.
Queen Victoria's partiality is for Vien
nese and French bread, and she desires
it served in fancy forms, including all
sorts of curves and twists. One roll is
made like a little manikiu. This is sup
plied for the gratification of the queen's
grandchildren when they sit at her maj
esty's table iu Buckingham palace. S.
Petrozywalski, a Polish refugee, to whom
the prince consort took a great fancy
years ago, is the baker for the royal ta
ble and the creator of tho fancy designs
shown in the illustration. They are
served only in London, as it was found
inconvenient to ship the supplies to
CURVES X$X TWISTS IN BREAD 3IAKINQ,
When some of Mr. Petrozywalski's cus
tomers have grumbled that they didn't
get fresh bread on Sundays, her majes-
tv s forbearance recrardms- th nnn.ro.
ceipt of supplies on that day was quoted
to stop complaints. But as the queen
always likes her bread a little stale, she
may not sympathize with those who pre
fer it fresh. When tho Empress Freder
ick was staying with the queen, rye bread,
of which the empress is fond, was sent
to the palace. Tho queen's baker gets
paid onco a month. Many of the loaves
which he supplies figure in the bills at
about twenty-five cents American money
O O -"-
The Octogenarian Pope.
Pope Leo has now passed the eightieth
milestone of life. Although ailing in
body he retains his mental vigor to a re
markable degree, and this despite the re
currence of fainting fits. Ho is the two
hundred and fifty -eighth pope who has
occupied the seat of Peter. His sacer
dotal career covers a period of fifty-two
years, and he has been the visible head
of the Roman Catholic church for twelve
The Advance or Photography.
The wonderful progress of photographv
from the mere mechanical process of re- ,
producing the likeness of whatever stood
before the camera to an art which may
be now classed among the tine arts is
one of the marvels of this marvelous
age. Pick up a picture taken recently,
eomparo it with a likeness of twenty
years back, and note tho advance i
workmanship the comparison suggests.
Tnoce who go down to the sea in ships
niust be prepared f or disaster, although
modern methods hrv, Kliminati ,....
oftheokl time iwj-ils nf nvn ,oj 1
v- -i J
"afety, and in-causo
is the rrie rf
I safety, and in-causo a clinker, rock was
"l??1 01A thf d-" th 1
c,. v .-.., t.,c, -4u. jww ne? xatnoias
wep on. tne northern const o: Austra
lia. One humlretl pAc-sengis test thr
lives in the disaster.
0 lop nMai
&e thP f
TJH PZRST AT. E. CIIUIJCU,
fcATCKDAY EVE. 3IAHCH 2?.
An East Siberian Convict Mine!
?eat on sale at Hyde t IIumMe's Boole Store com
nif ncing Monday raomlng. March 31.
Price 73 and o0 tent rf.
PIRST PRESBYTERIAN C11UKCIE
Saturday Eve, April .
Law and Labor. Properly and Pov
erty. The Great question of the Present Day
Price .i0 cents. All 'eat, reserved. Seats on 'file
Mond.iv morning March 31, at Chapion's book store,
Sedi;-. ick blj ck. lQMw
Ii. 31. Cuiwroun. Manager
Monday and Tuesday, March 51 and Apiil 1.
THE WOP.LED FA3IED
Grand Tairy Spectacle
Wonderful and Gorgeous Scenery. Marvluus
Mech.uiii .ii KlTects. 3I;iKniliccnt and Slart-
lins Transformation-. reo tiie
Gieat Execution scene.
Ueculiir piiie. Sale of seats commences Fi iday,
3Iaich , at '.(a.m.
Tho-o iii correspondence with friends in
the east who contemplate visiting Wichita
on business or pleiisiue in the near future,
should be advied of the series of home
seekers excursions to be run bv the popu
lar Frisco line from St. Louis to Wichita
round trip. The Frisco line is the only
line running two daily express trains
between St. Louis and Wichita without ,
change. D. Wi-HAin . j
General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
The City Plumbing Company.
Xo. 1 10 South Lawrence avenue, i
at the front with better facilities
ever for doing all kinds of plumbing
fitting aud sewer connecting, promptly
and in the best manner. ill 00 tf
Keep This for ruture Iteferenie.
The Fort Scott, Wichita. & Western rail
way "Missouri Pacific Route' is the only I
line running solid trains through froiii
iclnta to Kansas City and St. Louis.
Leaving Wichita at 0:15 p. ni. you arrive at
Kansas city, next morning lit 7 o'clock.
Pullman palace sleeping and tree reclin
ing chair cars through to Kansas City and
St. Louis without change. Remember if
you go via the Fort Scott Route you are
not dependent on main line connections at
Junction Point, but you go right through
on solid trains. This is the only route
whose main line runs through Wichita.
All trains are made up here and run
through solid to Kansas City to St. Louis.
ii is uic suoriesi line ny joriy-eiguc nines
and two hours the quickest. Two trains
daily to St. Louis and all points east.
Ticket office VM North Main street. Depot
corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Blixkixy. '
Passenger and Ticket Agent, 137 North
Main street. Wichita, Kan.
II. C. Tow&i:ni.
G. P. ,Sc T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
I 'or Sale or Trade.
Three hundred and twentv acies good
land three miles west of Valley Center at
$15 per acre. Only S1.000 cash required, or
will trade. Fine residence on Waco stieet
between Third and Central, east, front, at
a very low figure, small cash payment.
Fifty leet and ten room house on Emporia I
avenue, one anil a nail olocks south ol
Douglas avenue: small cash paj nient. Fif
ty feet and ten room house and stable on
New York avenue between First and Sec
ond streets, for sale very cheap on easy i
payments. Northwest corner Fourth ave
nue and Central, 75x110 feet, for sale cheap.
Mn Cnvn I m. I'- I t. ....... . lT-.Vm .. ..(.,. i
U2tf 20i isedsrwick Buldiing. .
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills. $1.25
per load delivered. Telephone Ml. 00 tf ,
cut with tjii: knifj:
And Knocked Out qn the Ver. I'irsl Kniind.
t The Missouri P.-ieilic vailw.-iv Iciioeked
them all silly when it announced cut rates
to m. loius anil I'ueDlo.
Remember, commencing March 7th,
cheap rates will go into etfect to St. Louis
and points beyond, also to Pueblo. Denver
and other western points via the Missouri
If you are going east, west, north or
south, buy your ticks via the Missouri
It is the shortest line to St. Louis by 4S
miles anil over two hour the quickest.
Elegant new reclining chair cars just re
ceived from the Pullman Co . on all trains.
These chairs are free to idl patorons of
the Missouri Pacific railway. Come and
wmiirratPv AVe. -ire hnre fn stuv. Cifv
ticket office 137 North Main street. Depot
corner Second aud Wichita streets. j
E. E. Blecklky. !
Paenger and Ticket Agent, 137 North j
Main street. i
Sll 10 to St. Iiouis. Via the-l'riseo lanr.
Commencing Monday. March 10, th St
Louis .S: Mm r rancisco railwa
v will seli I
rnfu ami '
tickets to St. Louis at .11.10 one
Free reclining chair cars in mornjn
night trains, and Pullman sleeping curs in
lMJih morning and night trains, through
without change. 07 tf
"Frisco l.ln" to St. Ionls a Jul the ISbm
The lst. quickest and most direct linei
from vN icmta to r-t. lonis ami all pnnei
Ial eastern, southeastern and northern
Tin? Frisco line runs two dailv express
trains from Wichita to St
change, equipped with Pullnuut lMtUce
slei'jK'rs and free reclining cliair cars. No
other line does it Clo-i' ctnttHttioiis jB Sj,
Louis union depot with solid vesdbnle ex
press trains, without clian;. to Cliicp3p.
Louisvillf. Cincinnati. CIevelaui, Pift
lirg. I'liiladelphia. New York and Bost.
Th popularity of this line beiuK nni
ersallv ackiiovvhMigeil by all MMHiKtitor-.
trains of otuer railway luips
.-ill lar xm to pttrcha." to v rh-'
ita in onh'r if -enrv th adv?intars aad
cojttfurts,,f this line. '
h itr fnrthertniruiat ni ivcaniiHe rat-. ,
i time, rneetims and thronch rtservatiVm i
arcoittmouatHat rail upon
trwiims..- v. l). j
Aturttoeic. urtrt apent .
122 Xmh Main stnet. or taik "4KJuao.
tiepot. IX Wj-bart. J
Gen. I'av. AaeM, j
all passeiisrer trams ox otuer mtiway --, s p,,,, wUj -cave! at the
entjrniu: ichita from the north. 'h mfcetrftkclerk t Ikatni of Erfnoition
aiMlvriest arrive in time t connect wit h umi 5 qk ,, m.. April T. 1W. for th
tlw V rfsco Iiim; fast exurrss trams to tb ' (.., a four room briefc school hoild
l1- , . ... infftm ('oHeee Hill. wordin to plans and
If son cannot purchas ihroudi tickrts .peoficati, rai fiie iu t be olftc-.f Proud
readins: via t risen line from vnr starting i foot as- rerd. am-kitM-i Wiekita. Kan. A
The (-freot Demand ive Lave linil for Children's: Clothing for the past year lias inilneed-ais? to open this department.
buying only from specialty manufacturers., vrn find that Ave mm the above lines at far less than the usual competition.
in grades- as. you ile&ire. All we ask is an inspection. We guarantee satisfaction as to prices, quality and variety.
Boys' Blouse Suits brass buttons anil
sailor collar, worth 1.50.
' 99 Cents.
Boys fauey Suits, with Silverine buckle,
Boys' Check and Plaid Suits, with pleat
ed front and back, ages 4 to 13 years,
With Every Boy's Suit Purchased This Week We Present
"The date of our DISPLAY OPENING- will be announced in a few da vs.
CROAVJDED WITH BUYERS
Xew York Buyer at Work.
1000 pair of 25c gloves
1000 pair 85c kids -1000
1000 yards gingham
1000 yards 15c Satines
50 bead wraps
1000 yards China Silk
214 XOP.TH MAI1? STP.EFT.
Few Spring Goods
nu.tr top in and s? n We v ast all grades
of colle-everv d.. and grind it fim to suit
customers, why iw poor coffee, whin
you can get fresh roasted coffee just as
cheap? We are also agents for Rices
toffee jK)ts and urns, the best iu the
world. C. I. Fuller, 202 Douglas avenue.
l.A.M) OFF1CK IlUVNIi
We have a full line of land office blanks
of all description. Orders will lie filled
and sent by return express. See list of
blanks on another page.
This office is prepared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
nl Coop's blank, which are tht only
blanks printed that hare leen ajmroved by
me laiiu (XMiiiiussioncr at v HsiuitguHt.
Iree Kecllnhitf I hair far se-vjo. to DenTcr
aHd UetMrii. -a thf santa IV Route.
The Atchison. Topeka & Santa F are
now running daiiv free rrclining chair cars
on their night train to Denver Passen
gers leaving Wichita at 4:5 p. u . will
arrive at PtifWo for bn-akfasi the next
mornintr. Coloraiio Springs at KhSO a. m..
ata! Denver for dinner. 1 n additton to frw-
n-eliuing cliair car service Pullman reser--ation
amy hI hjkhi application at
union ticket office and union depot.
W. D. MrKDocx.
dlOl tf Pass and ticket aeent.
Wh hit. Kan.. March 22. Wl.
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1Mrh it -
T1 lerd sr tla? tight t rrjws
... n j7 Uu a
Blaak cttmnnn mm aR Xim f kentf
Wanka fer ? fcjf
Tfe WrrA KawlrT
IFOX & SON.
I fS&ik younr CojC 7
1 1 ''nM l! ' fl wm I' 'v V
5 I Uvl . is Yoru iiattki;.' h n
..'lIvV 1'. GOLDSTAOTDT SVM
rS K ' (! . i. I':l,ost M les- celcnt Ivy1!
J 'XS ' Ml Douglas Avenue &l( '
v iJiai-ui:.UAA- y
N xr j
1 ' "
13Sr Jl SafEbptm am tfgjyBjr
"Boys' Union Ccssimere Suits in all the
latest patterns, big variety of styles,
worth i'i. .
Boys" Black Plaid Worsted Suits, in four
stvles, worth -SJ.5Q
TJoy Blue Flannel Suits, good quality,
ages 4 to 13 years, worth 3.50.
CutICatevlatl.c "Great Kock Island lloute."
Commencing March 8 the Rock Island
Route will sell tickets from Wichita, at the
Chicago, first class. $14.15; second class,
St. Louis, first class $11.15.
Commencing Alarch 10: Denver. Pueblo
and Colorado Springs $10.75.
Remember the Rock Island is the only
line running through vestibule reclining
chair cars free. Trains leave Wichita ar;
7:40 a. m. and !:55 p. m.
If you are going north, south, east or
west call at the city ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, and get .the lowest cut
rates. C. A. Ruthkkford,
07 tf Ticket Agent.
Old panel's for sale at this office 25 cents
per hundred. ilt
We are aware that we are becoming very
conspicuous from the advertising that we
having lately from several quarters. We
are much obliged for the same, but we are
willing to give $100 reward to find the
party or parties that write the anonymou
letters signed "Shipper"' and mail tnern to
the patrons of this market.
99 tf Yaxiuvkp. Jc BP.YAN".
Kmlgratlon to the "West.
Tf you liave friends in the east who con
template coming west, or if you are going
east, remember you can save time and
money, likewise your friends, by buying
tickets over the Missouri Pacific railwaj.
the shortest line between St. Louis and
Wichita b 4S miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is the only line
giving you choice of two routes, either via
lansas"City or Fort Scott. Elegant free
reclining cliair cars between Wichita and
St. Louis, also between Kansas City and
Wichita, without change of cars. Pull
man sleepers on all trains. Be sure that
your tickets read via the Missouri Pacific
railway and thus save annoyance of
changing cars and unnecessary delays.
Remember also that no charges are made
by porters for riding iu chair cars. Thc-e
porters are paid bj the company and are
not allowed to charge any one. lie they
local or through passengers. They are
hired to attend to the wants of the travel
City ticket office, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. BLKCKLE,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
II. C. Towxsend.
Genciul Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. . lO-.'tf
Varnish in large and small cans at J. A.
Bishop's, l.-0 North Market street. 105 12t
.T. A. Bishop has bought out the Wichita
Paint and Glass Co' at 150 North Market
street, and will continue the business at
the same place with a full stock of paints
oils, varnish, glass and wall paper. 105 12
Mirror plates at J.
Bishop's, 150 X.
Why use poor coffee when you can buy
the best 'just as cheap Fuller's fresh
roast can not beat. 202 Mast Douglas. 97tf.
et - Docket
Can lie Used in Any State and
in Any Court.
The most complete and convenient Poeiet Docket
ever published, with two indexes an alphabetical
Index and a dlo index; !hows at a glance lost
what daf a lauer has a case in court; keep a
complete re ord of the cas,-. Hand'omcl bound in
ficxlole back a convenient aire to carry in the
pocket Endorsed by attorneys everywhere. The
lollowlmr are a few of the man) testimonial
Tne fullowinc strong endorsement from Copta.r.
John H.A.sb. ei-JudN-eof the 30th Judicial l)lstrl-t
State of Indiana. Ile writes as follows
WiruiTA. Kan , Oct. 2 10
It ti the mot complete acd concise vrorlc of hr
sort I have ever met with I cannot nee how thi
sv-temat'c practlclnir lawyer can do without it It
should be entitled "The Lawjer's Vade Mecvim.
Tn.lj and stnei-rfclv " ours.
Jons-Is A-u Attorney at Ijiw
Auk n.i Crrr. Kan Aug k Ufc
The Attornes I'ocbbi Doctet -vas re--lved all
nj;ht nd will aj that It 1 the most complete aad
convenient article that a lawyer can hreinhl
office to farllitatr busine. It 15 Jut what erery
lawyer neel that h- any boxlne s court
Yours, etc . N - Wintiv
El Dobabo. Kan . Sept. 3 U
str I am in rcot4pt of the Attorney t'ocVet
Ducket. 1 have b-en uflur one of ycir cockeu fu'
(-.wjje tloir. bat I rurntri'T till', oce with its ttlptaW
IcbI ami llar" inde: and Its gKaeral arrtaccm'-ri
lviter than any other which b&j corse to m
notk-e. Ywr. E- H HrrcHixs,
Co Att y. Butler r
Phescott AnzTeb IS, KM
I)ear?lr- We reeejj t "Attornern' Pe-ktt
Docket" and re more than pleed wHa If X! I
i oovcnHDL, well atTHiwKl and corcplHe lb rverj
way or trnly.
Itrdo i. Hawkiv
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plete of ay we have sen. Plea! nn u ne Ivy
retam icali. We are yonr trnly
SBEPARQ. GROTX OtWtB I
frwox. KanUrTijS. list ,
Dear sir- Enclosed re.tal note Jor ll-CT la pay j
niewt for "Ailonny IKjcket Ava well Prf-iv: J
with hkw. if- it 1 lt eanwlert and ( the uat I
docket I aaTe"- TUr iaarr Ia5ej aad Alpha 1
betlcat Iadei ar valoable flare. !
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PtaCiet lencket" for eabi-uw primal u 1 tMa j
erery attflcar k14 aaT-ae thy u tmm l
ttU SMMBat aad gt a raU bw7 o( rsrr cae .
pies: feftcket-for fioawe uw jritf it. i tatai
TMrMfr i wovm Dmoow:icvTiiw.r v.sirj- I
.AJtorftey at Law and 1ri. Dlttrtrt Crt, Cum j
isb.AriwinlLl.ii Hi aal. aoutDalJ la itr i
idre pm res.SBt at UK . . . . i
ri. imnivauAwuw. I
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Leiac&eoa Uardfs JipM Card
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Bcdi aad ATsrsite is 0w Wrt- (Mesas, j
15e. Choice of 100 Hoys' Knee Pants. 4
to 13 years.
10c Lot of eight styles Boys' Knee
Pants, worth o5c,
SPc. Boys" Union CassimereKneePants,
Cassimere Knea Pants?
DISSOLUTION OF rAttTSERSIIlP.
(Tto senior measber trill retire,
$40,000 WORTH OP
Purchased expressly for this season's
trade will be
Closed Out at Actual Cost
SMITH & STOVER,
144 NOBTH MAIN" ST.
'Makes V vires to Suit the Times.
Transient late flVliien'Av
Duy board. ... ?liv.-r(sk
Room and lrjanl . jj to $ ; j.r weet
dltf.' 1 RANK W iLUAjis l'ntprietor.
Yard. Ml West DouIi.
Branc h office l. North Main Telephone IB. AVDU
and Prtntsl Tltnr
Huds. Knvelpe. Hui-
eddlnand l'nrlv Inrl-
of Stoclt. etc.. t the Wichita Kajfle offlce, WJfhHa,
W. L W. MILLER,
Germanla Fire Insurance Co.. Xew York.
awt3. Jan. 1. ItfO !.!. IX
MIlwniiKc MThatitc Innurnnce Co Mil
waukee. aAet Jaa. 1. IbSt . l.MflU
Provldrnco W'Hshlnjtoii IiuuraiKe Po
Providence, assrti Jan. 1, 1F?0 1.1 lUt
People's Kl-e Insiirnnri t'o.. Maitei"M.r.
.. II . nvrU Jan 1. 1KO dJ6.
Secirlty Inviraiwe Co.. New Haven. Cnn..
al Jaij 1. 0) . tm.ih'
W. I. W. 31 ILLK1C. Asnt.
152 N. Market Street, Ground Floor.
READ THE WEEKLY
Contains Moro State and General
ws andiiaatern Dispatch".- thRU
any paper in tho .Southwest.
TERMS OF SUBSCUIPTWS:
one yt: A II l.OC
SIX MOTHS. .... 50
WILL ALW W.s t.KT M
3. 3J.US .,, .n aj, r.ior
Yn- k ud ? k
troori Vortl Nark
A good e-rrry d Miit,
bi and CliiHrti's Ityi. ffifiefc.
Our 2 kn- pants -it at r Petit.
Our 34.50 kne pMIit MMtta 4 ptV.
rki.n a.'t ltd -...... ikuIm tfnitu al iScl.SO.
Our Sfi.00 kMff pant iie a4 MJti.
c)iol al fcovj mi ha viilt Umx
lanlJ. irm 5Tt
pants to be slaM;
tf r smmI il
A ool 25c he
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pan ia. rrwm siuBp. pair ""
ciMSKwr ai in -1
vy mX al ze. i
htfaTY el:4ttf iwwr Iter
J., ri'Mlfs. i
ChiJilrfn's hkirt"aJta vorta 3M
Faewy jHrrml kirt wrtli .- at
While irt. lammAxwm, t3r,
at Za c.tit.-.
Jfalbrti'tfaa iliirta ad drmwr, i
worth 5 at 25 -!!j
Jtl handkerr kUt -Hortli Tr,ZSm-
II-in-tit'hj haadkeT-hne-ft worth
2Zr. :br-' for a otuier.
igjida, Eagle, One
I I' I LI I 1 Ueads. Notr !
i MINI nc" Crd. W
IjI llll uiioni, i"in
" --' i'ard. Bonds, J
After searching themarK.etthorouclv
"We can tliow them, as low or as tine
00c. Boys decant wearius Knee Pants
; worth $1.
Tvc. ISovs Blue Flannel Knee Pants,
13c. oo Boys' Print Shirt "Watete.
r3e. 100 Boys Donut Shirt Waists.
a Windsor Searf.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
ST YOUR FARM!
The Immigration Committee Is hard
M work and enquiries for Kanxaa
Lands are coming in from all sides,
Send full description of your farm
with price to
200 H Douglas Ava. Wichita, Fan.
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artist 'VU'erial'V Picturt-, MuuUiinp ..ml FranM",
W holt-sale unit rein. I. l JUlucoe free.
JIAII OP.DERs; PKOMPTf.Y AT7KXDU1).
r. P. MAKTIN. 114 Market Si.
1 FI.KPHOXK S3.
Coal, (Travel Rooting, Rooting
TELEPimXJi XO. J04.
St. and 4th Ave. Wichita, rlaic
I VSICHKKKA DI..1N, PppV
W I CHITA.
Blerator. H1, Hmlh Hmom, KlrtrtB IklK
(IrKMl Sample Honaia I.MitM hy KWlrVHy. El
pnitt rrtorm with bfttlt tSjl prr jr Tvtom 11 awl
2J9 r &r. I1r-rltit mti tmpmcl
THE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY.
-. at mmml rctrtm. fmtm mm WmttmtS
and rVari mt. Wtm MM. OHmr
Cat. f r !- and
Ro.MtaaTrV' W. Iere a RaM. Vmrnftm At. Mt
OccidMl Hotel Gar. ttotm Mtf Mpin.
releloee StKVO. J. A. WHRT
HOTEL ST. UOENCB. .
?c x i.AWKrMK wr..
Br M('Mer day honer In tbp Mte. mtmt rn-
traiy lral"l howr In the.h) im- nwaMMMi
t new iv fornmlied.
u-r attiiia ns.
iter day. day iwri dvtoMWim .. rw
Mrd l.r1tetU)prr wrk. Uw- and try .
day. day mril 13 ttto H W per we.
C. 0. PAGE & CO,
iravitimve. Storm, ii'indon (Ja&t
l.i'utliv an.it liiibbrr Jlnltinu.
is K. Douelns Av.. irkiit, Kah.
A..H. 'EH'60., rrvprleCor.
Firsi-CIass io all Respects
K TK $t.5ii I'RIt DAV.
Cor. Trrmont Ad Merhulc Mmin
THIS WEEK !
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n h f rout VL-A to lev roar cboki
and Fro.k ai worth 1, at
worth JO. at 9i.fi.
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win are ym aiet.
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UNDERTAKERS ANDEilHAUIEItS I
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