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TnE LAUGHING KIDS.
No laughing show visiting -vichita ever
came with higher recommendations than
Ezra Kendall's funny "Kids," which ap
pear at the opera house at the matinee to
day and for the last time tonight. The
greatest endorsement that any show can
have are the flattering comments of com
mercial men who see Jill classes of enter
tainments everywhere. The commercial
men arriving here during the past week
have all had something good to say about
the laughing "Kids," and the common ex
pression among them is, "Have you seen
the 'Kids.' " Said one Chicago gentleman
at the Carey last evening: "There is very
little in the 'Kids' for the capcious critic
hut a host of fun for the man who wants
to laugh. T have seen the 'Kids' six times
and if I am in town tomorrow night I shall
treat my customers to u good hearty
iaugh." When a really, genuinely funny
fIiow does visit Wichita it is necessary
that everyone should know it for the peo
ple have the reputation of being goo pat
rons of a good show. The "Kids" make
hut one claim, namely, to he the funniest
laughing show in quantity and quality he
fore the public, and if but one-half the
good things said about them are true the
claim is undisputed. It is encouraging to
j.oto that the sale of seats in advance is
"booming," which is an indication of an
o erflowing house.
Attorneys are notified that cases notrep
rented by counsel when called will be
A number of motions and demurrers were
disposed of in different cases.
Lizie S. Kruegal sues her husband
Frederick V. Kruegal for a divorce on the
grounds of abandonment and failure to
pro ide. The petitioner further prays for
tli custody of their only child.
MriJamus vsC. C. Phillips, judgment
for plaintiff for JjlT.OS; K. M. Jacks vs J.
. Campbell, verdict for plaintiff for 23;
V H. Boone vs Fmma McClung, judg
ment for plaintiff for $T17.50: A. C. E. Mor
i is by J. It. Pardons, guardian, vs J. P.
J lowe, ap(eal dismissed; G. "W. Barthol
in w vs T. AY". Fuller, dismissed and costs
j a'd. II. F. Stage vs. G. M. Wall, dismis
s 'd at cost of plaintiff; Itfary JI. Glazer vs
John lllacr, divorce granted as prayed
or and custody of children given to
mother; F. II. Merrill, administrator, vs
C A Collett, judgment for plaintiff for
J412..0; George Bowers vs D. Bowers, dis
missed at cost of plaintiff.
Several other cases Avere dismissed be
cause they were not represented when
Tlie routine work of the court occupied
Judge Buckner yesterday. 11. T. Bean
made final settlement yesterday and re
signed as administrator of estate of IMollio
3). Hajb, deceased.
common pi.i:as COl'IJT.
A. L. Jacsckc vs Louis Colin, et ai.,
Judgment for plaintiff for $3i,!X)S.
The lwlance of the day was consumed in
the disposition of motions and demurrers.
The usual round of civil work occupied
he justice courts yesterday.
The police docket shows- the arrest of
f everal all around vagrants who were each
lined $5. The collection of several back
lines completed the days work in the policfa
Oak Street Presbyterian Church Kev.
W. I Doole. pastor. Services at 11 a. m.
nd & p. m., Sabbath school at 2:30 p. m.,
Prof V. P. Shull supeiintendent. Y. P.
h ('. E. at 4 o'clock. General prayer
meeting on Thursday evening. Girl's
31i-iou laud this afternoon.
Fnitarian church .services Sunday at
fount ll hull. No. -Ji:5 South AVater street,
Jsapt.Ieoii Jloagland, minister. ZVIorniiig
beniecs at 11. Subject of sermon, "The
Kew Birth."' Sunday school at 10 a m.
At 7.30 p. in. there will be a Channing
memorial service in honor of the 110th au
jiivt rsary of his birth. Public welcome.
Olivet Congregational, Topeka avenue,
jwith of Onuo .street, Kev. K. B. Marsh,
pastor. Mrs. C. II. McCrecry (formerly
jli.s Pinkertonl will make an "address at
JO'lln. in. lMseti on personal experience in
missionary vork among the Zulus. The
Vast or will preach at 7:30 on "Home Ke
jijion." Y. P. S C. E. at 0:30, Sunday
c liool nt SI p. m. at the corner of Harry
mid Lulu. Class for bible study at the
thurch Tuoday evening at 7:15. prayer
meeting Wednesday, normal class on
Jlarry and Lulu Thursday evening.
Friend's church on Cleveland avenue
3ii av Douglas Public religious services
er Sablwuhmornipgat 11 o'clock and
7::'1) o'tlock. Bevs. Caleb Johnson and wife
mm sters in charge. Sabbath school at
It .""Ha m. Pravev meeting every Thurs
Emnoria Avenue Baptist church, A. II.
Post pastor services 11a. m., and 7:0 p.
m "Morning subject. Consecration. Eo
limu, Dranks or turned for aood or evil.
Jsiuulav school at 'J:iZ, X. U. Southrich,
Y. P S. C. E. 0:30. All welcome to each
Maj flower Congregational church Fair
tiev. avenue, near Fourteeneh stieet.
Preaching services atS o'clock by Prof.
Young of (-arlield L nivwUy. Sunday
K-hool at 5WW. Y P, S. C. E. "meeting at
V P prayer meeting on Thursday "eve
tun 4 All are welcome.
st Paul AI. K. church corner Lawrence
juid Thirtevnth street, S. Wier, i-tor.
Kricesat 11a. m.. and 7:30 p. m. Eve
liini subject. The Ijistlnvitation. Smida-
hool at 11:30 a. in.
Plymouth Comngational church cor
ju p tiecond and Lawrence. S. F. AVillikan
pistor. Services at 10:45 a. m and S ). m.
tiuidav school at 12. Y. P. S. C. E. at7:30
Mte cliange of evening service to S o'clock.
Church of Christ (scientist) usual ser
j.ce Mindny-aftenion at 3:30 in Council
hill 2Y- south Water street Subject. See
ing good iu everything. Sunday school at
Y W. C A. consecration service for
rrcmen w ill le held by the Y. W. C. A.
Sunday atternoon at 4:15, at the Plymouth
The Wright Presbyteriau Minion on
Ficl'teenth street. Preaching by the
pa-tor. Hew C. II. McCreery. tomorrow
L tiling at S o'clock. Prayer meeting
m ery Thursday evening at S o"clock. Sun-il-ij
school at 3 p. m; J. H. Daviee, super
inundeiit. First Presbyterian church The pastor.
Pev. David Winters, will conduct services
tomorrow at 11 a. in. and S p. in. The
Br.bbatli schtwl will meet at 8.30 a. m. and
Hie Y P. S. C II at 6:30 p. in. The sUl
ject of the moniinc sermon sernion will be
''Social Morality." The topic of the even
Irg discourse will be, "Heart Pictures."
It Mill be an illustrated sernion. Every
I nitod PresbyterUm church, corner Ohio
nnd I irt street Rev. James A 1 jiwrence,
j An or Senices, Sablwth school 10 a. m.,
preaching 11 a. m.. Y. P. S. C. E. con
Mcmtion meeting ti 30 p. in., preaching 7:30
p m Praver ineetiiig'ou Thursday even
jii&s Subject fBr Sabbath morning,
i How ing Christ Daily. Evening sno
jt ( t, Extent of Cain'4 punishment.'
Fir-t Lutheran churcli, place ofwor
,, lp, Craw ford opera house, ground floor.
JI W. !. SaSrook, iastor Sunday
y nool 1:45 a. m Monung worship Ha.
lii evening 7 :S). Mornitu; subject:
' !.nst& Care for HLs Own.' evenins,
' The Doubting Disoiple,"
Iieforaed chureh, comer of Tooeka
avenue and Lewis street, Rev. J. W. Love,
pastor Sunday school at 9:45, preaching
at 11 a. m. Young People's meeting 0:45
and missionary concert 7:45. Visitors al
Perkins Presbvterian church, Burton
car works. Kev. W. H. Robinson, pastor.
Divine services tomorrow at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p.m. Preaching bv the pastor. Sab
bath school at 3 p. m. Y. P. ST C. E. meet
ing at 0:40 p. m. All are invited to these
West Side Christian church, Garfield
University chapel. Preaching by Prof.
Laughlinatll a. m. Sunday school at
0:45 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. meets at 2:30 p.
m. Praj-er meeting Wednesday evening
Y. M. C. A. Evangelistic meeting for
men tomorrow afternoon, at 4 o'clock, in
brick church corner of Lawrence avenue
and First street. Rev. R. W. Perkins, of
Lock Haven, Penn., will address the meet-
Lincoln Street Presbyterian church, cor
ner Lincoln street and Emporia avenue
Samuel L. Hamilton, pastor. Services:
Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m. preaching at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Subject lor forenoon,
"Systematic Beneficence." Y. P. S. C. E.
at 7 o'clock p. m. General prayer meeting
on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
First Methodist Episcopal church. Rev.
R. T. Savin, pastor. Preaching by the
pastor at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sub
ject of evening sernion, "The Intermediate
State." being the sixth sermon in course
on "The Christian Life." Sunday school
at 2:30 p. m., Chas. F. Coffin, superintend
ent. Class meetings at 9:30 a. m. and 12 m.
THE SILVERSMITH'S TERMS.
Bas Relief Showing cnobjecfc-about half
above the surface on vwhlcliuwis represented.
Niello A metsllioicompcsitton of a bluish
black hue- exteasivolyjempioyed for inlaying
fine silver R-are.
Hammered Silver Silver with a surface
composed of numeroustfacetstinado by blows
from a hammer.
Damaskeened Silver Silverware incrusted
with threads, lumps orotherrfcrms of another
metal which is fused on the surface.
Full Relief Statuesque or standing out
boldly, so tho wholorforar ls'discerjiable. Full
relief is sometimescallad bold reliaf.
Parcel Gilt ThLsvsifriues silver partially
gilded, or an articlcof suVer gold plated on
certain parts of tho omameaiation'to heighten
Stono Finish A-xurface pdfshtproduced by
rubbing with rotted stono is termed stone
finish. It is dull, andia 3 no grain will be ob
served upon cIosj examination.
Silver Deposit A .mathod of decorating
non-metalhc surfaces' v,vith silver, by first
coating tho parts to bo sornamented with a
film and then submittiagothe article to an
electro plater's bath.
Gilt and Silver Gilt Giltwsllver means sil
ver plated with gold. This ,13 accomplished
either by electro plating or by'fbe fire gilt or
mercury process. Silver gilt means gold
plating on a tilver base.
Undercutting Cutting a wayf roimtho body
of a vessel tho point of a raised leaf, spoar of
grass or other object forming a part of the
ornamentation, and curling it outward to
reader tho effect moro realistic.
Oxidized Silver Silverware or plated
ware, portions of tho surf aco of which are1
rusted or oxidized to enhance- the effect of '
certain forms of ornamentation, .is called. ox
idized silver. Several colors aro produced
by the use of different oxidizing agents.
Inlaid Sih'er An article of silver in which
channels or mortises have been cub or etched,
these channels or mortises beingafterward
filled with gold or other metal and tho sur
faco being made continuous over both tho
body of tho vessel and the mlaidmetal.
Base Tho base of a plated article is tho
base metal body or coro upon which silver is
deposited by tho plater. Tho Bteebor other
baso metal form of a fork or spoon, often
erroneously designated as a blank, is really
tho baso. Tho latter term -is more frequently
applied to tho form for a piece of hollow
. Laminated Ware A form of decoration re
sulting from a peculiar manipulation of the
niotnl forming tho body. Several plates,
sheets, bars or wires of different metals aro
twisted, folded or knotted together, and, be
ing united, are afterward leaten into a shevJt
from which the article is formed. The sur
face shows all tho metals as if inlaid in that
Blank Strictly applied this word means a
cheet, disk or bar of metal of tho thickness 1
and other dimensions requisite for tho forma
tion of an articlo of silverware. The term
has been frequently employed, however, to
designato tho liase metal form of an object to
bo placed with silver, a steel spoon or fork
ready for tho plater baiug commercially
known as a blank. Jowelers' Weekly.
Tho juico of tho tulip m old times was sup
posed to be a cure for stiff neck.
Tho tulip is a native of tho Levant, Lin
na;us nys of Cappadocia, aid is supposed by
somo to ba the lily of the field spoken of by
Tho Turks are said to be especially fond of
tho tulip, and that the red sort is used as an
emblem by w hich a lover makes known his
piusion for lus mistress.
The tulip was first made known by botan
ical description and figure in 1539 by Conrad
Gessner, a famous Swiss naturalist, who was
born in Zurich, March 20, 151G.
Early in the spring the Turks celebrate
what they call the Feast of Tulips, and in
olden tunes in the sultan's seraglio the daj'
was observed with great pomp and splendor.
Some varieties of the tulip havo been sold
for moro than their weight m gold, single
bulbs bringing as much as 2,000 florins, a kind
named "Semper Augustus" bringing that
For more than S00 years tho tulip has been
one of the flowers to receive special attention
at tho hands of the gardener, till now the va
rieties are legion and aro probably more di
versified m coloring than any other genus of
jN'o plant in the vegetable kingdom has had
such a sensational history as this. In less
than ouo hundred years after its introduction
Into EurojM It formed tho basis of a specula
tion known as the "tulip mania," thich, for
its -nilduess and for tho disastrous results
which followed, can only be compared to tho
"South sen bubble" and the Merino sheep
Modern gardeners have expressed doubt
that any one could mistake the taste of a
tulip for that of aa onion, but a writer in
1650 says that "divers have had them s?nt
by their friends from beyond the Sea, and
mistaking them to bee Onions, havo ud
them as Onions m their pottage or broth,
and never found any caase or mistake, or
any sense of evils qnality produced by them,
but accounted them Sweet Onions. ''-Philadelphia
"Sho tvaa Twelve Yesio. Olil YcitcrUar."
A day or two ago, while Conductor Iaac
Bowp was taking toll from a carload of pas
seagws, ho came to a hufo girl w ho has been
a regular patron of the rocd for some time.
She handed the conductor a five cent piece,
and be offered her two cents change, which
she refused. "My dear youug lady," said
Isaac, in hk kind, fatherly wv. "children
under 12 mrs of age nde for hal' fare, and
you kaorr y nave never charged vou bo:
three cents. TiM the peaate aad buy chew- J
vag gum. insteftc! of yielding to tempuiUoa
ths htU lady ram&rked, with a proud and
SAtiiUd air: "Kind Mr, I as 12 years old
yesterday , ami I mut mt&t tfaat you Jalre
the fail amount to which, by the rule of the
oooipauy. you are jatiyn!ltle&, Pieae do
ooc annoy me further by insisting that I am
a raen child. jac turned pale aad citing
to a strap for support. He said afterwards (
teat ha all ats ezperteace be never k&ew or
heard of atek a case. NorwalkHour.
CRAWFORD'S OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY, APRIL 12.
SPECIAL LAU&HIM EYEXT.
THE FHINCE OF ECCEXTJ8IC COMHEDIAXS,
IX JUS OWX A31EEZCAX PAXTOMIXE FAFCE,
Played by a company of comedians and vocalists especially selected, by
Mr. Kendall for their indivirlii.il ability as "laughter makers." All the latest
Song hits. "AlcGinty," "Little Annie Roony," "That Hat," "The Chump,"
Grand Revival of "The Waterfall," sung in pure German by the sweet
soprano, LITTLE JENISTE DUXX. The "Kids" are especially amusing to
ladies and children, hence the special arrangements for the matinee at 2:30.
Admission 25, 50 and 75c; children 25c.
seals in advance to-day.
S. 17. COP.XER DOUGLAS
A SPECIAL SAMPLE LBTE OE
n 8 iit i n
rOJllIi nluiUij Uillu. UdilJuu!
Including all the latest novelties on exhibition. For three
clays 011I3-, commencing Thursday, April 10. They will be of
fered for sale at about one-half their actual value.
t HEAL ESTATE
ICoX. MARKET ,"
1-, STREET. -J
BUY l J NOTT ,
TRICES ARE ADVANCING1.
Call ntourofflce and set one or our cdtalomei
ai'dlivstnldpot Wichita eer puollneil freo.
"Did you make much omyourlast stock
"No: lost $700."
"But I thought that MacDollarslgave you
"He did ; but it proved to bo a disappointer,
instead." Munsey's Veekly.
Aftrr Jinny Days.
"TVby so beaming, Briefless!"
"Congratulate me. I have got -a client at
"Yes, sir; myself. My landlord is suing
mo for rent," New York Sun.
If Tou Have DuiU Tou'll See the Point.
"How are you getting on with your now
"I have had to tear it all down."
"What was the matter r'
"It wasn't built the way my friends -rrant-ed
ir.' New Yort Sou.
They Were Well Known.
Mrs. Gazsani Hr. Jaysraith is a man of.
great penetratiou, ereo if he is isd.ned to be
Gaszam Penetration? Oh, yes; every
bodv knows of his peenv traits. ilunseyV
She's set, she's yoow;. she's gay, tho'e py,
SSie's food, she's true, es bmcht, afeeN wttty;
There's tx other girl in the whole bg dry
So wholly ervje ii tbe.
She's rich. Uw' fjur. " afcy, ahe5 wisaaar;,
Herpui Is c pure thit a thoosht of siaato .
Wodd 99 her with gnef. cJ rs iKgtaals;
Tto f esr s&e too goe-i for a-
XVL DETSmi IN ATK".
Bat stffi aronnd her I di,y hvrcr.
S5e laaft ao ptxMen I ptee &twe her,
A.d wfesaltatTeilMnralwrfcowMuekl kT aii
1'H v,m hzrirm a indaM!
Whit's tWs m tte Jpr Am I aiire. or
JIt I ce mi4 Kcm- cea I em le her'
Sbei ejoae smi ctaped wk a hcaee ec ittver
ATI TT7? 1
Odd word. Yes, that it is, but
not one millionth as odd as some hats
that are daily carried along the street
on heads -worthy of better. They are
the result of unsidlled milliners
labor. We do none such.
KAUFMAN & KOHi
204 NORTH MAIN.
AVE. AXD AIATtKETBT.
Emigration to tlie West.
If yon hav friends in the east who con
template coming west, or if you are going
eat. remember you can save time and
money, likewise vour friends, by buying
tickets over the Missouri Pacific railway,
the shortest line between St. Louis and
Wichita by 4S miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is the only line
giving j on choice of two routes either via
Kana City or Fort Scott. Elegant free
reclining chair car between AVichita and
St. Loufs, al-o between Kansas City and
"Wichita, without change of cars. Pull
man 'leepers on all trains. Be Mire that
your tickets read via the Missouri Pacific
railway and thus save annoyance of
chancing cars and unnecessary delaj-s.
Remember al-o that no charges are made
by porters for ridinc in chair cars. These
porters are paid by the company and are
not allowed to charge any one, be 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. PI BLECKLEI.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
H. C. Town-send.
Gene.itd Pa.enger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. lttftf
jr7c5 Friers fo Suit the Times.
TnMiclr.t rat JIS)priv
Day board .! per week
Room and board tiso J7 prr weei
die rKANK WlUXUla Proprtewr.
NOW IS TH3 TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Imraicrft:lnn rnamist?c is hard
I at work and enquiries for Kaitfias
j-aaas are romm? ir xrom an mc.
Send Poll description ot your fnnn
nrfth price to
lAXabUUUU V. W J I
200 L BosgksATe. Wk&ta, Taa.
s nn i .aehi r;
E.K Pownx, President. R.T.BEAX. V.Pres.
1. W. Waller, Jr., Cashier.
Fourth National Bant
PAH) UP CAPITAL, - - $200,000
R. T. Bean, E. B. Powell. O. D. Barnes. L. R. Cole.
Amos L. Honk. F. W. Waller. G. VT. Larrimer, Joi
Morse, B. O. Graves.
A handsome lithograph inap of this city, contain
ing the names of all the streets, parks, colleges and
peblic buildin;:. hotels, etc. A complete map.
nveive inrnueen menes, on linen paper, can Derma
n. E. LAWT.EXCZ. Pres. O. MARrtSSOX. V. P
J. A. Davisou. Caslusr .
ast Side National Bank
CAPITAL, Paid Up, $100,000,
It. E. Ea-K-rence. O. ifartlaoa. II. L. Smithxos. R
Hatfield. SI. Stanton, C. F. Coleman, C. B. Camp
bell. L. Simpson, J. A..Divlson.
B. Lombard, Jn
J. P. ALLEX.
L. D. SKDTNT5R
W. b. Livingston.
State National Bant
OF WICHITA, KAX.
John n. Cnrej-JJeorce W. Walter. W. F. Green
J. P. Allen, Kos Harris, J. 3L Allen, p. V.Kealy. B
Lombard, Jr.. Peter Getto, L. D. Skinner. Juuies
J. O. Davidson-, Pre-?. C. A. Walkeb. V. P.
John- Dekst. Cashier.
GITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL. - - $ 500,000
Larcest Paid Up Capital of any Bank la the State
C. It. Miller. A. W. Btttlnr. M. Stevrnrt. n. O. Lee.
S. L. Davidson, W..E. Stanley. J. O. Davidson. John
Do a freneral himking business. United State.
Countv, Township and Municipal Bouds boueht
V. W. Lew, Ptcs, a. vr. Oliver, v. P.
L. A. "WALTON, Cashier.
WicMta National Bank.
PAID UP CAPITAL. -SUJRPLUS.
- - -
S. H.Kohn. A. W. Oliver. M.W.Lcvr, L.A. Vv'al
.on, b. T. Tuttle, N. F. Niederlander. . K. 'I'ucker,
John Davidson. J. C. Butan.
Do a General Ranlcing, Collecting
and Brokerage Business.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange
lioiiirlit and sold. United States bonds
of all denominations bought and sold
County, Tovmsliip and Muaiciptl
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation.
Want to tell a farm.
Wani to sell a house.
Wanctoijuy or Roll stock.
Want u food lior'd g house.
Want to 'ell plants or grain.
Wnt to sell groceries or drugs
Want to sell household furniture
Want to make any farm loans.
Want to sMl or trad for anything.
Want to find customers for anything.
READ AND ADVERTISE IX OUK
A'lvcrttslnc obtains new customers.
Advertising J:eets old customers,
Ailvert'slns liberally always pavs,
AilviTtlinc makiw sure? nasy.
AilrllsiDC creates confidence,
AilrertUini; Is proof of eaertry
.AdverUMn; exhibits pluck.
Advertl-lng means biz,"
X O W 1
DAVIDSON & CASE
John Davidson, Pioneer Lumberman
of Sedgwick County.
ESTABLISHED :: IN :: 1870.
A Cnmpleic Stock of Pine Lumber,
Shlujflus, Lath, Doors. Sash,
etc., always on hand.
Offce and yard on Mooter arnea bftwfa
Oo.z is arentie aad Hmt street. Branch yanl at
Vu jc City caJ OVlahonn Ctty. I. T.
J. P. ALLEN,
Evenlfc Kept in a Fusteliss Dng Stre
" 10S EAST DOUGLAS ATJB.
WICHITA, - - - KAX.
Ymrls at WicMta, MavfiaW. Wdllac.
ieo, Ilnrper. Attet. G&rften Pluto.
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blanks used by abstracters.
Of every kind as used by lawyers, real estate- agents,
county, city and township officers Justice of the
peace books and blanks.
For Township Officers.
we have a complete line of blanks and books such aa
are used by township officers.
Attorney's Poeket Dockets.
''The Lawyers' "Vade Mecum" can bo used In any Stata
and In auy court. The most complete and conven
ient pocKet docket ever published, with two Indexes
an alphabetical Index and a diary index; shows at a
glance just what date a lawyer has a case In court;
keeps a complete record of the case. Handsomely
bound in flexible back, a convenient sizo to carry in
the pocket. Endorsed by attorneys everywhere.
Tbo following strong endonem'S'it from CptB i
John II. Ah.ex.Jdgeof Uia 3Uth Judicial District
Bute of Indiana. lie writes as follow
October 2S. Via
It Is the met complete and concUa work or tbe
tort I have ever met with. I cannot how the
lystematlc. practicing lawyer can do without it.
It saouM be entitled "The Lowyer'i Vade Kecnm."
Truly and sincerely yonro.
JOU2." U. Abll. Attorney at Lw.
WJ. hlta, Kan.n.
Price of docket $1.00. Ev mail postpaid to any ad
dress upon receint or $1.07. Address.
E. P. IxUK DOCK, THE WICHITA SAGLB,
Luiineso Manager. Wichita, Kamrae.
rATXTTTD BT THOMAS A Zt HOT " -. -auiK.
We have a large number or appropriate cuta Tor uso
in Premium Lists canget them out on shorter notice
than any other firm. For school catalogues we havo
neat type faces Tor that espoclai worfc. Constitutions
and By-Laws for Lodges, Building & Loan Associa
Sehool Records, Etc
We desire to call the attention of county superlnteo
tendents. school district orilcersand teachora to cnir
line or school publications as given below. Our school
records and boois are now oaing used exclusively in
quite a number or counties, and aro Boporior to any
In the market: Classification Term Record. Pcord, or
Apportionment or State and CounX7 School Funrle,
Suprintendent'i Record or School Visits, (Pocket
stza). Record or Teacbera' Ablliry, (pocket Slzo), Rec
ord or Of ricial Acts, Annual Financial Reports, An
nual Statistical Reports, Scaooi District Cleric's
Record, School District. Treasurer's Record, School
District Treasurer's Warrant Reter, School Inscrlct
Clerk's Order Book, School Teacher's Bally BegSster,
School District Boundaries, Record. Teachers Employ
ed, Receipts, Tuition Normal Itrnituto, Receipts,
Teacher's .Bzaminatloa, Register 2Tormal InstJtato,
Orders on Treasurer, Orders on formal Lcstftute Poad
Orders for Apportionment State School Fund, Ordara
Dividend State and Countv School Fund, Oxdraon
Fund from Salo or School Land, 2oozhty Report
School District, Promotion Cards District School,
Diplomas District Schools, Pupils Monthly Beport.
Loan and Investment Companies.
Books and blanks. Our Loen Register la now ta use
by loan companies goooraUy.
The Daily Eagle.
Sight Dftges Contains xiK day sort nHzhz asecGtett&l
press dispatcbac In lull aad tbe lawet marJcet reports.
Sample copy rrse.
The Weekly Eagle.
Sight page Contains more state and sonral nwa
and eamrn dlspatciMs Uxux any weekly PPa" tn she
Southwest. Tbe latest market reports up to ttaebour
of going to press. Sample copy free.
Ssttia&zm promptly i urnbbetl upon -work of jst klad. Artrt'nei,
B. P. MUHDOCK, Busineas Manager.
ill a Docsias js.ro., WldUta, Kaasas.
beals for JN otanes Public, corpora
tions, stock companies, lodges, etc.
Orders filled promptly. Also stock
certificates for corporations and
stock companies, either printed or
, , . , . , .
uiogi apnea in eiegant aligns.
vrirniTJi. JEan, Feb. IX )BH
I have In one your Attraey Pekt Dxt,'
and Ae It wjr roareateat 4 wWI arac (r
ktcptor a complete rfnT9ut4 of eoi a. it U
Joslwhata lawrr aeda la ifwrplsc a cc;4U
rtxord of Ms work.
Yoon msi rnftXaOy.
W. S. MORKIS. CMtr Attera y.
m J M I; V IrJCA J'Jl.
&0M COPIES FROM OUR OKWISXU
Wtitlac. DrawAi. ifattc, te Of Tjri-Wrlur
LETTERS lfiOO COPIES CAWBETAJOEf
from O.VK ortrtnal XM-etnnvadr by rer
The EXOUM Is agent for the tale of the
above maebine, extra rappHes, etc.
Addrew R. P. MURDOCH,
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