jxi WLitWiK IpaifoJ Qte: mxtlaxj sxixmQ, pnl 20, 1890.
Eeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock
Yards for 24 hours-1 10 cattle. 1020
hojjs, and for the week just closed
, 1470 cattle, 5728 hogs, a gain over the
previous week of 64 cattle and 571
"hogs. The cattle receipts were only
fair, and the quality hardly up to the
average. Some of the buyers did not
take hold quite as strong, as they had
made up their quota for the week.
Some of the salesmen called the mar
ket a little weak. The hog receipts were
the largest for closing day in the his
tory of the market, also largest for the
week. The market opened steady at
yesterday's closing price and closed a
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita, Kan.. April 13.
Reeelpt. 110: shipment. S5. The receipts tvero
le.-s than expected. The demand wis not qnite as
active as lias been th rule for several days. Some
cf the buyers had their juotn for the week and
1 hen-fore purchased liirht todav. There R however,
reauy sale and an active demand on choice grades
of fat rattle. The receipt"; today consisted of some
very Kood butchers' and feeding steei s, a few choice
rind some good cow-. Everything sold at ood value
Tor the tirade. The market was called a little weak
by some. Chicnuo and Kansas City reported market
Kcady with 270 head on sale at each market.
Native shipping steers, fancy, liOftjtllKO
lbs . $nsn .t .no
Oood to extra. lTOWtlSOO 3 40 g.i UU
Oood to extra native butcher steel's, 1100
.p ai u-
ft id &.:: to
2 75 an it)
2 (HI (,2 7.1
1 fiT. Cctl !0
f.ood butchers steers, SOOadftV).
Native feeding steel's
holce cows and heifers
Fair to good cows and hnifcrs.
R.ills and stags.
l'oorer grades and scnlla watts
Followincart) the representative sales of cattle at
lhe stock yards yesterday:
No. Description. Avgc. Price.
" Shipping steers 10S5 " fi.1
li eed I UK steers !W ." 40
2 FeidiiiK steers ... S75 :! 1st
1 reeding steer W3 :. 2.1
T. Feed ffis steers 8.17 I! 1.1
1 Mocker .170 :i li)
1 Stocker .120 .", Ui
1 Stocker 710 "(Kl
1 Hull 13211 2 7.1
1 Hull 131(1 2 00
1 Hull lOft'l 2 00
2 Sics 1.10 2 1.1
13 Cows 1078 :: V-'K
1 tow 1120 2'.I0
2 (ows 0 2 '.H
1 tow 1120 2 7.1
7 Cows -HIT 2 70
Receipts, 1020. The receijits were quite liberal for
rlosirc day, and fully up to expectations. The olfer
lns for the entire week have averaged the best for
year. Tlie market opened steady at yesterday's
Uoslntr price and ruled much the same throughout.
The close was called a little we.ik. There i- no
reason to expwt much of anv break during tlie early
part of the next week and possibly prices may run
a trifle stronger, although it is hard to predict just
"Uittthe market will do. Chicago v.itti 1.VJ0O hogs
in. sale and Kansas City v.-lth (uOO report market
fctadj . This market closed a trille weak.
KEPI! ESE.VT ATI VE sales.
The following are the representative salse of hogs
Et'the jards today:
Dock. Average. Piuce
91 '24.1 402U
am - 4(ch;
to an 4in
.... 231 401
m am 4 (
2S7 4 ft)
40 2U 4(10
K) 201 4(0
SO 2f0 4 (SJ
40 2T11 4 00
JW 2tH 4U
feO 2sS 400
There have liecn no sheep on the market during
the week. Prices rule steady at quotations.
tood mutton sheep, pfXalOO ..2 ,104 00
f fiood stock. wethers, 7.VS5 3 OOS.'l .71
Good to extra lambs 4 10j4 00
Wichita Horse and Mule Market.
Wichita, Kan.. April IP.
Business for the week has been light and rather
Onsattsfactory. The receipts have run very light
Ml week. There is a good demand for good drivers
Kit ra draft horses
Pood draft horses
(,xxl mnn's ........
Fit ra drivers
I.cou drivers ,
Mnies. 14 hands
Mnle. 11M- hands
MuIcn lit hands
?! nle heavy. l(ilfJ; hands...
.512.1 (ft 1.7) 01
.. li (K11.1 10
. 70 (ioa '.o on
. 1.71 (HK22.1 00
. 3IM (XK22.1 01
. 7.1 iWt '.) 00
. ai OfKSl .71 00
.. 2.1 .71&..7) fit)
. Vi Ola T.I ft)
. SI !i(e if) 00
. so uoeeiih no
. Willi ft)
SO 00 CO 00
Tin biufjest week in the history of the
Wichita live stock niiirket.
A Golden, "Whitewater, came in with a
load nf hojrs.
K ( Dufeer, Mullen ville, marketed two
cars of mixed stock.
W T. Deweese came in from Mayfield
with one ear of cattle and one of hogs.
This market is growing every day.
ow shippers daily and nil seem pleased
with the market.
John tiilchrist, Belle Plaine, sent in a
car of hog.
J. M. McLaughlin, Norwich, marketed
Kuoblauck Bro?., Colwich, sent in a car
Ed Weidleiu. Augusta, had a car of hogs
on the market.
Viiite & Cain, Freeport, marketed hogs.
T V. Borland came in from Lyons with
abar of cattle and hogs.
(Gibbens Bros.. Haven, marketed hogs.
L. O. Beebe, Biverdale, sent in a car of
U. B. Kell, Clearwater, had a car of cat
tle on the market.
'II Mills, Newton, had a car of hogs on
jWnnl Tucker who is buying for some of
tile Colorado markets, and by the way is
nrVe of the most active buyers for good to
iljoicct-ows and heifers on this market,
,"fljipped two cars to Leadville this morn-
The business at the stock yards is in
creasing so fast that the company have de
cided to build an addition that will cover
one-fourth more ground than the present
cattle department. Thisaddition will be
for the exclusive use of cattle, both pens
and alleys being under roof. They are
now grading the ground and building
operations will commence as soon as the
lumber can be shipped in here. The
rapacity of the cattle department with the
addition completed will accommodate '-WO
head of cattle. Auother scale will be
added which will be located in the central
portion of the cattle department and will
bo used exclusively for the weighing of
cattle. Superintendent Dulaney is con
stantly looking after the interests and
accommodation of the imtrons of the
janls and this new addition will be
greatly appreciated by the conuuissiou
men and shippers.
A few words to live stock shippers who
do not jiatronize the "Wichita marker:
Have you ever considered what the pack
ing houses and live stock market of Wich
ita have done and are doing for you and
the stock. jaisers of this part of the coun
try The citizens of Wichita donated
large sums of money to secure the locating
of packing houses here. This they done
freely, not only to increase the growth of
this city and secure the great live stock
market of the southwest, but for the ben
efit of this entire country. The stock
yards company have also expended large
sums of money in building now yards for
the handling of the fast increasing lujsi
lto . Tudiiy packers are buying all the
hogs which come to this market. Buyers
are constantly here from Colorado pur
chasing beef for their local consumption.
Many farmers are supplied from these
yards with feeding cattle, thereby saving
the time and expense o( going to Kansas
City for them. While all this is being
done by the people of Wichita, does it
ever occur to you that you can do much
toward helping this great; enterprise along,
and thereby help every stock raiser in the
southwest, by shipping all your stock
here and by always speaking a good word
of the Wichita market? Supposing you
do not get as much by a few dollars occa
sionally as you would to have gone to
Kansas City or Chicago, you will in the
end, find you have netted more money by
coming to this market. If you will but
study the situation you will readily under
stand that a home market saves you one
half or more on freight, less shrinkage,
and less risk of loss on deads and cripples,
and another great advantage is that you
can get in here to do your business and get
home the sauie evening or the next morn
ing, which to most shippers is considered
a great advantage. Before shipping any
more stock farther east, try this market
and see how well pleased you will be.
LIVE STOCK MAEKET.
KANSAS Citv, Mo., April ID.-CATTLE-ncceipts,
3W0; shipments. 1&J0. Market steady and slow.
Steers, i'i 40.cl 80; cows, $1 S9S-1 50; stockers and
feeders. 52 SCiu 50. HOKS Receipts, C500: shipment,
none. Market steady to 2J&: higher. All grades,
.! 00g.i 1.1; hulk. Si 10i?4 12&. SHEEP Receipts.
.7X0: shipments. (TO. Market IV$1.V: lower. Hood to
choice lambs and muttons, $4 05&j 50; stockers and
feeders, 54 0034 OS.
ST. Locis. Mo., April 19.-CATTI..E Receipts,
800: shipments,. Market strong. Natives, $3:4 s
4 S.1; stockers and feeders, f 2 A(Ki :t 40; Texas and In
dians, $2 40v;i 70. IIOCS Receipts, 1200; shipment",
4000. Market strong. Fair to choice heavy. 4 2(Kti
4 ;i0; packing. .f4 10' 2.1. SHEEP Receipts, IJOU;
shipments, 700. Market strong. Fair to choice,
$1 00&a 00.
CniCACO. 111.. April 19.-CATTIiE-Recetpts.
2.71): shipments, 1000. Market steady. Reeves. H '.
Ct: 10; steers, $3 404 63; stockers and feeders, 5-2 4f'4
;: 7.1; cows, bulls and mixed, $1 50 3 li); Texas corn
fed steers. ! 00;i-! 75; grass Texan.". $2 nK :; 10.
HOfiS-Hecelpt-s, 1(0); shipments, XSX. Mixed. 4 1.1
-4.".1; heavy, H 1.V&4 40; light. $1 103 33: skips,
in 30.4 03. SHEEP Receipts, 3JU0; shipments, none.
Market steady. Natives j4 4.V.5 .1 00; western corn
fed. U D0&5 C5; Tesaus, f.i C0o 20; lambs. J5 OOQO 70.
Wichita Provision Market.
Wichita, Kan.. April 1?.
The demand for Wichita packing house products
has been good all the week. Orders from the south
and southwest are daily increasing, which shows
the consumers appreciate the lino quality of the
Wichita products. The market throughout the week
has l'-een strotiir and many of the articles have ad
vanced considerably. The market closed steady at
SUGAR CURED MEATS Canvass or plain hams
20 lbs and up 'Mile, hams 120 lbs HHc hams me
dium and up 10fvllc. hams small size lfrs 12 lbs 11
K 12' 4C California picnic hams 7c. breakfast bacon
(full width or strips) SV-ffsMM-r, dried beef-ham (extra
dry) '.ic. smoked beef tongue per doz. 100. cottage
or boncles. hams 8ic,New York shoulders ("&.?&:, Cali
fornia bacon CMc Tennesee bacon 5JaC rolled shoul
ders boneless VA
SIDE MEATS Short clear sides packed fdrv salt)
G 0OS.G 10 per 1U) lbs clear Hitches Cc, English bel
lies fie. long clear sides $.1 7,Vi5 'JO, shoulders IJaSoU.
clear hacks $5 75j(J 10 per 1U0 lbs, long clear bacon
?0 25rtj.G m cwt. short clear bacon $ (J03C 10. clear
bacon hacks $0 (JtC 75. bacon Hitches ?G G0'J 75.
bacon shoulders 5H.
SAUSAtrE Fresh pork sausage No 1 5V?5Gc. fivsh
Fiork saiLsiige (extras) f.Me, Vienna and and Frank
urt 10c, head cheese 5c. bolognas rounds 4'..1e,
Ixilognas middles 4,4.'(-,5c. nlckles bologna ilj(hc
tongue sausage 5e. liver sausage .1c, blood pudding 5c.
LARD Basis Tc's. choice family 0c, baker's spe
cial tV. pure leaf G?4'e. Whittaker's Star G?ic Whitta
ker'spastrvO1'. FRESH MEATS REEF Sides of whole carcasses
.VStCc. hind mtarters GVi47c, fore iuarters Ikiic
loins 7Uic. PORK Pork" loins 52 Gc, tender loins i)c,
spare ribs 5e. back Ixmes 2c.
PREPARED PICKLED GOODS-Pig's feet put in
halves and spiced. Quarter bids. 40 lbs. 1 GO, kius, 1.1
lbs. Sic. Pickled and spiced pig's tongue Kiys. 15
lbs. $175. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls.
4U lbs. 1 30. kltts. 20 lbs. U3c.
Wichita Wholesale Fruit Market.
Wichita. Kan., April 10.
Tlie scarcity of good oranges and bananas and the
active demand which prevails ha advanced,priees
considerable, and present indications are that they
will go considerably higher. It is hard to give quo
tations that will stand on the present advancing
ORANOES Mexican 53 751 00 per box. baskets
53 75(4 00. California Washington navas?300(-1 35
per box. California Riverside 3 75S4 00, per box,
JIessina$3 75'-J4 00per box. Imperial $4 50 per box.
LEMONS Messina per box, 5450&500.
APPLES None in market.
ISAN'ANAS 1 50 $2 50 per bunch. fnncr$300per
FIGS Layers 1518c per lb, J oval boxes 53503
3 7.1 per 109.
DATES Persian fl) lb boxes, SH?30c peril), Fard,
12(911 lb boxes. 12!;c per lb.
HONEV California, 1 lb frames, 17lSe per lb.
AVlchlta Grain Market.
AVicniTA, Kan., April 10.
The receipts have averaged light during the week
although prices show nu'tu a material advance, this
would indldate that farmers are too busy planting
to move their grain orate waiting for still higher
prices. The market rules strong at quotations
although one of the heaviest dealers here says ho
looks for a decline in prices next week.
Wheat receipts for tlie week, 201G bushels. In good
dmand at strong prices.
Corn receipts for the week, SQ200 bushels, which is
below the actual demand. Prices are steady sit quo
tations. Oats n-ccipts for the week. 0240 bushels. The mar
ket is active and strong and prices have advanced
GRAIN Car lots on track:
WHEAT GoodmilIingG03-G3e. while other grades
are quoted at 53c nnd down.
CORN No 3 or better 20c, white 22c.
RYE-No 2, 22;t2(c. No 3. 2052c.
HA Y 54 50 per ton. 4-4 00 In car lots.
GROUND CO UN-Chop in car lots 40c per 103 lbs.
Wichita Produce Market.
Wichita, Kan., April 19.
Potatoes in good supply. There is a fair demand
at prices quoted. Eggs in good demond with rather
limited supply. Choice buttee is a little scarce and
in good demand. Good demand for chickens at
POTATOES Kansas 45c per bushel, northern GOc
C WU5 AGES None In market.
OXIONS-None In market.
EGGS 9.10e per doz.
RUTTER Fancy creamers 25c. choice creamery
22c. choice butter l.ylGc, fair 12c. cooking butter Se.
CHEEsE Eastern full cream 13c. half cream Hiss
12c. skim .sv:v. limburgcr 15lGc. brick l.'316, full
cream Swiss ItlilPc.
CRICKENS-Dressed OaScpcr lb., Rvo 52 75-3
3 Oil per doz.
TURKEYS-Live C7c per lb., dressed Ogllc.
Wichita Flour Market.
WicniTA, Kan., April 10.
1 ho market has ruled a little quiet during the
Meek. The demand from country merchants has
Itren limited. City dealers have only ordered to the
extent of actual needs. Prices linn at quotations.
Rst patent, per cwt, standard price 52 iO
Second grade 1 M)
Extra fancy 1 70
Fancy 1 40
Shlpstuff. bulk 55
Bran - 50
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita. Kan.. April 10.
The week's business has liecn fully up to the ex
pectations, and shows an increase of the corres
ponding week last year. Prices steady.
SOLE LEATHEK-fSlaushter?72yc. B. A. 25
27c. goiwl damage 21i2oC.
HARNESS Acorn oak 35c, No 1 oak 32c, L. II. 30c,
Union 2Sc. Hemlock 23c.
CALF-Domestic Ve(Jl 00: French 51 0(Vai 50.
CUT HALF SOLES Extra heavy 53 50. heavy
53 00, medium 52 50, light 51 251 73.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
Wichita. Kan.. April 19.
There Is quite a stir in the hide market. There Is
ajmore active demand anil prices an stronger.
HIDES No 1 green ;'.ie jer lb. No 2 green 2c per
lb. No 1 green salt 3?c. No 2 green salt 2?ic,dry hides
l? 7c per lb, bulls and stags 2c.
TALLOW -No 1. 3ic per lb. No 2 2Hc.
SHEEP PELMS-30.oc each.
Wichita Wool Market.
Wichita. Kan.. April 19.
Owing to the cool weather which has prevailed
during the ;at two weeks shearing has been de
layed ami no wool is leing offered.
Bright condition BHght medium lie, heavy me
dium ISsiC, light fine 13c, heavy fine He.
Earthy conditions Medium 12c. fine &&10O. coarse
10312c. Mexican select grades ll13c, coarse and
MABEBTS BY TELEGEAPH.
New York Money.
New Yohk. April 19.
Money on call easy, with no loans, closed offered
at 3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper ,VJ 7.
Swrllnt: exchange quiet but steady at 54 S5 for
GOdav bills and $4 STl fordemand.
The total sale of stocks today were HS.S98 shares.
Stocks today were more active and stronger.
I Us coupon WGH
i'Hcmcssoi ft ih
Chicago it Alum
I'lik-ago. Burlington A- Quiacy
1 New YorkCenaal
I Rock lslami
I Union PacWc
Clilfaso Grain and Produce.
Chicago. "Ill anrii 10 crTtf funnn
' was developed in which pricey mletl lusher
. u .irouim .nijyis now takuii; I lie le.iil
j and interest eentenl )rim-iiii!lY iu tins
! future. The market opened '- lupher for
.iay anti i mgner lor July than the
ciosinc on change restenlav. Tdav deeJinwl
?4. recoveretl some awl clo-etl at ": . liiIier
than Yesterday. .Inlv furtler irl-juHvl
: one alh)-e yeinir figures, then declined
1 1. fiuciMHtvdaml closed '4' higher tlmn
;" Crn was t nidcd in ton fair extent but
31. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O. Davidson, Prep. gC-AJ walkee, V. P.
CITIZENS' : B,
Largest Paid Up Capital of anylBank la itho Stata
Sliippers of LiYe Stock can save laotli
time and money "by doing their
business througli ine
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
the trading range was narrow. The feel
ing w.'is rather linn.
Oats were active, stronger and prices
Very little business was done in pork.
Earlv'in the day' prices declined 7),10,
but 'rallied again and closed at about
A quiet and easy feeling prevailed in
lard. Prices declined 25, and the
market closed steady.
Trading was fairly active in ribs. Early
sales were make at 2J5 decline, but this
reduction was quickly recovered, closing
about inside figures.
Cash quotations weroas follows:
FLOUR Stronger and higher. Spring patents
so ft to hard, $1 Sifei 25; western patents ii 50SI 75
baker's f:i 25.3.3 0).
WHEAT No. 2 spring SSJSS9c; No. 2 redSSJuSSOc.
PORK-13 12V6S13 15.
SHORT RI15S-?.r 50.5 55.
SHOCLUEKS l)rv salted $5 00S5 23.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-S5 006 00.
SUGAR Cut loaf 7iKc; granulated OJc; stand
ard A G6c.
BUTTER Weak hut not quotably lower. Fancy
Elgin creamery 17817c: llnest western 1 17c; finest
dairv 12Wfil5c; line lifts 15c.
Kansas City Produce.
KANSAS CITY", Mo., April 19.
The Daily Indicator reports:
FLOUR- Richer. X-05c: XXX 75c: family ?1 05; I
choice $1 .".Ou fancy tl oj; extra fancy 1 C0l 70;
patent l '.'J'52 00.
WHEAT Steady. No. 2 hard cash 72c hid; No. 2
red cash 6V- bid. . , .
CORN stronger. No. 2 cash 27c bid.
OATS No. 2 cah 23c bid.
RYE-No.2cnshSSe. , .,.
LEAD Quiet but steady. Desilverized reflned
$3 tTiW,; soft .Missouri $1 57J.
CORN MEAL 4S50C
RRAN Firm 55c. , .,
HAY Steady. Good to fancy prairlo ?1 OXZ O.
FLAXSEED-$1 25. . ,,..,
IH7TTER Creamery fancy 171m?; f.iIrir5Hc.
CHEESE -Stoadv. Full cream twins 10ifi.llc;
Young America !0411c; good to choice S10c.
EGGS Firm and active at l"c.
LIVE POULTRY -Firm. Choice hens $i 00, mixed
hens and roosters ; 0i3 50; small fat chickens
$T (Oo.". .'0.
IIREAKKAST RACON-SS X.
DRIED REEF" SO. . .
DRIED SALT MEATS Short ribs 5.1 ,0. long
clear.5 50: shoulders $1 25; short clear So 75.
SMOKED MEATS Long clear $5 00; shoulders
ff 25; short clear sides 46 25.
St. Louis Produce,
St. Louis. Mo.. April 19.
FLOUR-Qulte weak. Choice $2 75,.. 2 '.: XX S2 20
5 SI; familv ?2 40,5.2 .IO, fancy 1 SOist'l CO: extra
fancvJS nog't 10: patents fl :ii4 4.5.
WilEAT Lower for Mny. steady for June, higher
for Julv and August. No. 2 red cash MV: May 6c
asked: June ftiiuc asked. July SS'Sl.Vic a-keiL
CORN Better. No. 2 mixed cash 3QXc; May
2?4fs Xk" July COT-c, Augn t :B"sc
OATS Quiet. No. 2 cash 'HHc hid; May 2I3'c bid;
RYE Scarce, higher. No. 2 hard 45'i45ttc hid.
BARLEY Firm bnt no sales reported. No. 2
choice and fancy quotable at t'.'yic75c.
New York Produce.
New York. April 19.
WH EAT-?f c np. No. 2 red 'XX&Xc-
CORN Steady. No. 2 42MWc.
OATS Stronger. No. 2 whlto .Uj4'f4sjc.
COFFEE Higher. Sales 13,100 bags; spot Rio
SUGAR-Reflnol firm; C 4?ffi5o; yellow X
Ve: standard A 0 1-lfc: confectioners a 5 1-loc;
powdered tI7-17c: granulated tl.T-lGc" cnbes07-16c.
EGGS Firm at 13c for western.
BUTTER Firm. Western dairj" 7(?loc: creamery
IIIW nWHJIl-l'IIL'LLWMll'IWIHJ 1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Tnos. C. Wilson;
Jos. A. Brcbachkr.
TTILSOX - BBT7BACHEB.
Attorneys at law. 2il North Main street, "Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOS-U
W. P. Cam pbell. J as. L. Drrn.
Attorneys at Law, Wicnita. Kan. ICWf
H. C. SLrss. ". H- Stanley.
SLUSS C- STAXLEY.
AUoraeys at Law. Wichita. Kansas.
Harris, Harris C- Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law. ill S. Main Su S-cond floor.
J. R. H.1LLOWXLL. J- - HOSE.
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLOVVELL C HUME
Lawyers. 142 N. Main Street. Wichita. Kansas.
P. H. BOHBBALGH.
Attorney at Law. Attorney for Western CoJ!c.
tion Bureau. RoonislTand Is, No. K4 N. Market
street, Wichita, Kansa;.
E. B. JEJTETT.
Room 2. 4
A 6 2 N. Main st Wichita.
Jon.v w.adaxs. g. W.C.Jones. G.w.adahs.
ADAMS. .TOXES 0 ADAMS,
Attontey? at Uw. Ofnee, lirsJ stairway east of th
Wtchlta National Bant. IK-tf
W. H. BJUntxiiAtruH. W. 11. Racth.
BlilDI-TXBAlTGH C BA CCH.
AttMS'T" al Iw.
Rom and X at 2f Nrta Ma"o Strt. d0
( J. K
Kit! !. J- K. COXLT.
sin elds r- COX J A'.
Lawyers. Ofikcevw-Sft North Mmarct. 13!sf
ELDSIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Uaion Stock Yard?, Wichita, Kansas.
TtEFERENCE-Bradstreet's Report, Citizens Bank. Kansas Natl Bank.
3J. W. ELDRIDGE,
Special Information by Wiro Free on Application.
JY1S : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEKCHAXTS
JZ. JE. HAJIILTOX, M. X.
Specialties: Diseases of ths
Eve. l-ar. Nose and Thrnnt
Catarrh and fitting stlawsww j
oaico in . .aret1 streot
Israel &. 31yers block.
DB. C. C. FUMLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
331 East Douglas Ave.
1 121S North MarketStreet. t
Professional Calls Attended Promptly. 55-tf
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35NO.205 North. Main street. ' TIL FOBBmDH;.-." , . , tp
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when so desired. Letters of lnqulr" confident!
1. nil answered immediateir on recemt or siim-
Horn". Til South Ida ave. Wichita, Ka-'i. 34.1-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Oflico hours 9 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday, 9 to
"".tSI. Rcoai 17. Fechheimer Buildinir.
(With A. D. Mallor-.)
Abstractor, Oonveyancar & Notary Fublia
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracta
to anv land in Sedgwick county. Room 216 Sedg
wick 'bioclc. Can bo found during business hours ai
cotintv building. lfft-tf
F. IV. BEISSXEB,
77-3m REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Galveston, ... Texas.
S. E. PHILLIPS. C
PHILLIPS X- PHILLIPS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College
nieinliers of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for'
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. Wo uso an operating table
instead of throwing hordes.
Office, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
No. 71. i!atf
DB. I. C. WILSOX.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. Offico
IIS East Douglas avenue over PaulJones & Co.'s
drug store. Wichita, Kansas. 151-tf
LB. E. II. CBEDITOB.
Dentist. Office 144 N. Main over Smith & Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence 62G N. To
peka avenue. Wichita, Kansas. yi-tf
Z. W. SMITH.
Dentist. Room 403 Sedgwick building. Wichita.
f. 117 -lm
Full sets of teeth $5. $s and ?J0;
Gold Killings Stand up: Silver 75c;
Extracting with coacaine. 50c. Wo
rfiriJsy guarantee satisfaction.
oWuX rV-Palnless Dentists.
BO ID'S DEXTAL BOOMS,
Dn. T. F. BOYP. Dll. J. A. IIOLLEXBKKftKR.
113 East Douglas Avenne. 100
C. IF. TEBBY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Pitting block. Wichita, Kansas
Rooms 1G and" 17
W. B. McPIIEBSOX.
Architect. Room IS,
No. 200 North Main Street,
w. t. rnouDFooT. o. w. nt no.
PBOUDFOOT C BTBD,
Architects and Superintendents. OQce in Foch-he-irner
Tlie Photographer. Pictnrcs in all sizes and styles
He also carries the llnestassortnient of picture
frames in the city. Give hffii a friendly call and
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board nnd tuition, per annum, fl50. Add re
Sister Superior. Sisters of Charity, Ji. V. M. 105-t
A Delay Called For.
"George,"' she said, after she had
promised to be his wrfe, "please don't
announce our engagement until next
"vVhr not, darling?-' hs a3ked, ten
derly. "Because I'm going to the theatre with
Henry on Friday night.'' Harper's Ea
tar. Odds and Ends.
Carred wood flower boxes, inside the win
dows of reception rooms, are hcoEiing popu- .
lar, especially in country houses where tbe j
windows reach to the pround. Tho plants
stand in tbem.
Old fashioned cliairs with large seats, such
3 may be met with in old cottages and farm
steads, are much in request now, and the
chair seats are of sheetinsr, worked in crewels.
The work is done by skillful ban&t tt homo.
Au umbrelle. stand which has in its upper
rim a series of rubber cushions, which are
forced apart by pressing the handle of the
umbrelln. into them, aud then close npen it
end hold the umbrella upright, is a welcome
improvement oa the ordinary sllppary re
ceptacle. Tlie Woman a 3Ian 31arrle.
A man likes a woman of independent and
strong character, but he is not attracted t
her unless she possesses ?ome feminine weak
nesv?s. He may admire h?r as a cood com
rade and even seek her advice, but he is mors
likely to love and marry tbe reai clinging
viu"; and jiltcr the honevmoon a over haf 2ot
inf requeutiv wsstes his life secretly lon.Tnjj
for or ojvmiIt seeking the comp-aton-shiji of
the stronc: characwr he paapi by.
egRin lt tbe discreet wontin take tramiiii;
and veil the fvZL extent of her seif relian
anl strf-ngth from '.be siht of man till occa
sion demands rtwe&iinj: it.
She mu: keep it to surprise hiza ever zad
tnon. instead of ilacntinff it fcrpver ia hit ;
st Slln Wheeler tkox.
2ni W bosetarWhcw do yc sar
ti iart id the citT !
tUtr-hK- I hardhr fcao; bet it must be
somet-rbere aar wherdtfae Kshta sre. Lew-
til Cltiren. .
HsBt the br, tstttag of tiawK, de '
yoa resnar tiwc occaia I Ed-j
ba w ua '- -
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
The following rates under tho dlfferent.'headlc
irtll be charged.
"Payable Strictly in Advanre.
No advortlseinents teJken for less;than(10 coats.
fliiM ILnrt adTerllsementa charrrtnltesmft rat aitvrn
rrtces given unaer ciassiueo neaB m vnis coianm
i npplicahlo only 10 local advertisements. No t orel
vartlsementi; tuken at Drlces civen.
Answexe to ndrrtlsementi uect in caroof the
iiAOLE office should Be called forxttbln 10 days
after ln."ertlon. When alvcrtlsers Trisn replys for
warded to then stamped envelopes must be- sent.
Ueiereuce to xormur iuiverjusmeni.1 snouin save
description and. datn-uf insertion or copy of the :ul-
vertlsemont should be sent. j
! Not rfSponsible for advertisements given or d'.- I
continue.! bj- tciephone.
WAXTEB FEMALE HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
GUtL FOR GENERAL
Apply to Fred UraeL 125 NorUi
-TTTANTED A GIRL IN FAMILY OF TWO.
V Whlte-prefeiTcd. Inquire at once nt room 35,
rANTED-GIP.L FOR GENERAL 1IOUSE
j t work. Colored girl preferred. l?2t N. Waco.
-TTTANTEU-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
T hout-ewook. Enquiroat i54 North Lawrence
avenue. W. W. Hays. d 131-2t.
TrANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL. HOCSE-
V vork. No washing. Apply SOH b. Lawrence.
-TTTANTED- SECOND GIRL; SMALL FAM
t'V ily and good wages. Apply at 1031 N. Law
"WANTED A GOOD COOK IN A SMALL FAM-
ily where second girl Is Kept. Wages high.
For particulars apply at 110 N. Market st. 127 C
La u n dressses.
M Isccilan eons.
TTANTED-SALESLADY TO TAKE CHARGE
it of hosiery stock. None but experienced need
. Rostou Store. 1 -t
SIT UA TIOXS FEMALE.
Under this head Ic per line per day.
TT7ANTED-A GERMAN GIRL WANTS A
place to do general h
housework in a lamllr of
two. Address 1017
;. Wichita st. is: e-
"7"ANTE D POS1 TIO-
stenographer a nd t .. ,
inlookkeeplng. Address .:
porta avenue, Wichita, Kan.
N L A t
-vt NTrn Twii vvKFitivvpyn rTgoir ' T?11 5ale DEEDS. MORTGAOIiS AM) ALL
WAmake7arnnd ffi As- 0". Xtly
ing to Madame Liggett, 'with Munson & Mctnaro.. .'1 m dlttUf,r
1 . 'an also assist
, I25j North Km
21 isccila n co us.
Under this Head 2c per lino per day.
JjJl a dressmaking room at 4(t Douglas avenue,
room No. 1. Guarantees a perfect fit, and work done
in best manner. Will give you tho latest stvles of
New York nnd Boston. dlUT 25t"
WAXTED MA LE HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
Bookkeepers and. Clerks.
W7 ANTED-AN OFFICE CLERK WHO HAS A
1 thorough business education, graduate of a
Address A. B.
general delivery, Wichita
YTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED DRY GOODS
V salesman to take charge of linen department.
Address, with full particulars. Salesman. Eagle, of
Coa ch men. Tea m sters. etc.
SIT U ATI OX S MALE.
Under this head lc per line per day.
TTT-ANTED-A SITUATION BY A BAKER. SO
I ber and steady. Address "Baker," care Eagle
office. 130 if
"Vr-VNTED A SITUATION BY AN EXPERI
XX encod shoe clerk. Can give lst of references,
speak bfith Gernian and Knglisti. CiUl or addre-s li.
Schneider, 910 N. Fifth avenue. 12S6
Coachmen. Teamsters, etc.
M iscelta u eons.
"V VANTED-A PIVCE TO WORK FOR EOARD
x while attending school. Call at ofllce of sooUi-
western Buine lillege.
Employm ent A yen cies.
Under this head 2c per line per daj
T V jjram from Colorado saying. Send all the s.l
carpenfryoiicangTt and wh will jdre lln-m mho
nier's work at ?; per day. Call on us for traniiorta.
tion. J. R. Kenworthy 3c Co room ti, over SO! East
W AXTEI-IjrM L-VEOREIIS TOR WORK ALL
over the country: tals aixtot xrathinjc to do. we
cau not fill one-fourO of oor orders; we want D
teams and drivers for and dltcns; koo1 wort ami
good pay; Co carpenters can Hod employment by
talllnc at otu o:3-e at f 2-V to fA per day; 29 cvok.caa
cetajobthrooch us at 5U to ?7S jr-r nmtb: tf irlrls
1 can wl pooo ptr'-es at tM to 3.0 jr moBth; w train
1 aents rAa cet good runs on the road sHItwc tcis
S v. here it wii! phjr 12 per day: all the shore tdimttlacs
j are guaranteed but on most havenuMP7 to pay
. office fee. Frrr prtif-ularfen-lw' lflr In tiun attd
aiidre-, orcall on J. R. Kenworlhy ii Co- nxn ,
over J22 Douglas ave. d ISZt
Under this head 3c pr Hoe jr day.
-IT7 ANTED-RELIAHLE AGENT-. TO SOLICIT
T V renr wuis o exjdrtac farm iOMtraarr. ttl
bocbel & Bro., rooms 1 aad 3. IU Nortk MaiD.
t flow: wsjbaiy bnjr; larwe prodtH. quick ml:
a rsrvoonOTUlPltT: sIid K cBt tor a mubo4 twu-k.
mp? and term. Add'rss Eio4or Maantarrorrtn;
Co, loefc box. S Wtfhiia, Kan. A XJ.
WANTED AOENTS-IN EVERT CITY AND
vsUe la tbe I ailA r4tee-xn?t iat
of Kaatasj to tell to lawyers Jxtt t Uftt ery
lawyer nd: dort Ijt lawyers MirrywlMg-e-telfc
at rtt: no Art- eary. a hrmk can Yr
deli rerwi when sal-k nuMt. ApeUcastA aunt he
W to tomfci rrf ereoc wbea rwn- Foil pr
t:ralar free. Address w W)cl Easie, Wifatta.
TTTANTED AGENT?-1N ENKRV C1TT. TOHN
W and rUJaire te Ur UaWed star trxvpt te
state of Kan, to tatr mimcrtpiimm. Fo-tmar-can
at amT. No capita rrairnA. Matph
txxrtr. Ccwa coaucl' 'Inwa; nxavy caa W"mVi
WnUlKFIlIldllUt. Adrt3 tlM frtdtilB. VLaMir
I W-teaJtaTKaB. tl-tf
WA XTED--MISCEL LA XEO VS I
Tl-ANTED-TAILORI.NO AND HENOVATIXU
30 N.Main. HI 3
.YNTED-EVERY LADT IN THE fTTT TO
know many aAriafJKt ainl rsooferb of
the . CUitr rorst. hortoc i xx- a att -
ttsian. InrttrT varHo:r r torn aad
, nwawor- lateti by Mr. E- T. HatcSlaswo. IU Nona
, ? !?
J y f,S
. Aiarwa. Kaa.
j VJEg ruamr? rWjoJp
j x.Tor Aim a e 8 tm jwiiiol itorfc. iBS
acted -a gjOI. rrxrKMaT evin ar
J t-aaa-roaaa - finpoa navr t
noaf.- t trm wo ho im.
- - ivwa -rnr to iaU.
AT T SOX-TON
aXT?JBOlT i tawor M4Va il In
THE PEOPLE'S COIIJM.
Your Wants Supplied.
W-VNTED-STOCKTO PASTXTR15 GOOD FEED
, li-ing water, Inauirtiof S. li. Reynokts. 3M
Ohio avenue. Wichita. U 131-et w 6-lt.
Ti7ANTED-TO ECT NrTn" OR OLD "rEATK-
ers. Address 1 W , Eagle oflce. 130 4
rANTED-BAKBERs; TO KNOW THAT THE
? st located nd. most jKjpular harber shop in
theclty of WelUnstaa. at present doing-a fine busi
ness, will be vacated ami lor rent May I. Apply Im
mediately to W. H. tafliehach. Wclltaston. Kan.
T ANTED -TO TRADE A OLID (iOLD
watch for a good oicitie. Call 10G North Main,
'AN"TED-TO TRADE AN AL3IOST NEW
' Itcht Jlilburn busr
for a heavier bnegy. tall
tho nnuertaker. 235 N.Main st, I2S 61
XU"-VNTED-TO TRADE A NniSERY STtK-K
lorn good drivmc horse. Rno.uln of lYod
Baldwin. IIS E. DotujUis. 12s St
"TTTANTED TEN "a"cRESARDEN LAND
1 between the rivers, Israel Ilros. Kl :f
Tr'T)jrorjce. and Vehicles.
Vnder this head 2c dbr line per day.
Under this head 2c per line rx day.
tl at private house in reutral lart of city, norln
of Douglas avenue, handy to street car line
ences. (.-au m j,-0. f4i North Waco.
Under this head 2c per Hue per day.
HAU S7""..V';ri.'Jf1 '
niL'l liunri, iai'.c uiiiuiul. ,-, rw t
v Rh flowers: lartro clumtift (VX; a down, at
new gret-nhous.'. ea.-t corner of Ellis and Harry &
Take Ida ave, street cars. I . Knechefiincfetrr.
I7OI: SALE-PANTS A SsPKCMLTY.
l?tR SALE-ICE CRKAM IN ANY QUANTITY
JL at the l$on.Tou on and after Saturday, April Jf.
TTOR SALE A COMPLETE STEAM FEATHER
Jt? renovating outfit; will sell for half its worth. Ai
piy at or address room S3 fctilgwlck block, d 131-;fe
-AT A MAUU.VIN ONE 2rt. ONE
and 40-horse jwinepenvinesandliollersHt Karlvs'
Macluue Worics. NMchlta.
FOR SALE-GREEN PAINT FOR WINDOW OR
door screens, or any other colored palilt- fnim
one pint to a Imrrel. Quality iruantnUied. Kan
I'aintco corner Twra ami iiitn arc 12 j
TOR -SALE-FOIR COCNTERS AND A LOT
' of shelving now In rxunn No. 203 N. Msln street.
Philena Met lees, by J. 1". Reese, agent. 2l!i K IKwiit
lasae. IS tC
! irOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS niTCIIERS
1 X outfit; ice box, tools, etc.: gvuxl ms new; at a !mr- 1
i i,"ilr.. Address Smith Jt Smallridge. Rwrns, Katu j
i dl2tl 1-t
I70R SALE-CHEAP. A LARGE FIRE AND
1 burvlar nroof Dutwis fc Norris bank safo with
I Sargent it: (Srecnleaftlnio lock. Also k. lot of bank
' counter railing. Addrew) John Q. Admins, Initt,
J?0R SALE-ONE MILLIARD AND ONE IKKiL
: table, -omplete, good, cheap. Address il2 lnt
, Central, city. dKW12v
j T7()RSALr.ORRENTCITY'oR FARm'pROP
I JU erty. Improved or nuimproved. Landlords, xen-
ants, riuyers and sellers take notice. israri iir.r.
125 N. Market, new Israel block: phono MV. itt-tf
170R SALE-SCALE ROOKS. SHORT 1LVND
Jt writers' note books, blank receipts and uotu
books and legal blanks of every kind. Mall orders
prompt Iv attended to. Call on or ajxlrtM the Wlch
tta Eagle, Wichita. ICan. 140-t f
170U SALE-A HANDSOME LITHOORAPH
JU map of thecity of Wichita; civetnrtm(.of street.
public millillngs, colleges, parks, etc., slie 12x15 on
linen paper, price . cent each; ;i for 10 cuts: S
cents a dozen. Address tho Wichita Englc, Wk-hitu,
T70R SALE-TAILORING XSU RENOVATING'.
J1 rar. n. Jiain! K s
FOB SAJjEJIorses and Vehicles
Under this head 2r per line per day.
"tpOR SALE OR TRADE A LEATHER TOP
Jj buggy and harness for a square jiinno or a new
organ. Ax N. Main st.
".OR SALE -SECOND HAND BUGGY. PRICE
$2U. At Sheriffs Sale store. 33J Douglas ae.
ITOR SALE-ONE MARE: SIX. YEARS OLD:
-i jierfeetly sound; in foal by a fine Jack: gixxi
work animal. slnile (inlouble. welslit ajiout I HO Ilx
also one lumber or a f u-borse wagon um gol s
new; will sell seimro or lwjth tos-ther. Inquire ut
COt North Mead ave. d 132-'
I?OR SALE-REAUTIFUL RLACK MARE: FTVK
J years old; weighs 1W) jiounds; klml and c"utl:
wamuitetl. 209 South Oak street, S. This raay iwt
nppeur again. tl Vft-iH
FOE SALE Farm Properly.
Under this head 2c per Hue per day.
VOU SALE-TEN ACRES OF LAND ONE HALF
.L mil.- east of .ludon Unlversltv: urU-f 8h tr
Htre;tenns om'-haifcah. 11. A. Ray, over 1W North
Main street. d ia84K 1
FOB SALE City Meal Estate.
Under this head 2c i-r line per day.
TO PARTIES WANTING
V Imlld. we 111
ell a few lots at eneh.
good location, large sliade tree iumI -oovenhait to
streetcar. II. A. Ka, over HO North Main !t. WBH
FOB SA LE Household Goods.
Under t M heail 2c p-r llo lr diiy.
ITiOR SALE-A KNAIJE PIANO. (i4I)CUNDl
Jl tlon. Call nt ltd North Market or addrons
Mr. Sample. Hajsvllle. Kan. MO P
WAXTED Houses and Booms
Untlcr thLs head 2c per line per day.
Under this, head 3o per lino per day.
JL new gooil, totrado for iinln-ttialro4 rnl ts.
tate: omwrtm able toctvr aitsntlin rn aceowat oC
lllhwtlth. Cull at JK North Main. AVtt-A'
FOB BEXT Houses.
Under this hend 2e per line p rfay.
'fok' RENT- NEwlitOOM HOL'SK. Vrrlf
3SL lrn. In north part of city. Desirable Vyjatiaa.
K.Di'Tii.nt tcar llnwt.-iad bo-vine. Inqwre of M.
AV. (iher, FleU'her Muck. HStf
id FOR RENT OK SALI
KUSCCKt AND KEII-
ifeSLdence property In all pans t Uki rttr.
- . -
"fdlt 1!KVT- A HAXDstlMK (1TAflK ov coi-
j J lfw Hlli. Inquire at tho Kenutciy kat Horn vfl
32 FOR RENTORSALS-RKSIDKXCKS IN ALL
parte of tb thy. Wright At Co. N. Ut X
.Haiti . l.u
Under Uil h4 3e jer Hnop- af.
TOR'HKNt-A VERV " IH5SU4ABLE i'trS WlT
J ed iwtm at No. 'Mi North KmifWte. 3
-JTtOR RENT- A hXKr.K X!CELy"rrRISJ!En
JD front n-D with v aad otber cmimMvw.
Mi North Tov-loi ate. Lp T
I70K KKNT-FURNWHEli ROOX. hOCTH KX
J i-wire. (X Sooth Tmfvikm. VU V
J room at 9H Sooth Lawrroc- atl Tna tow.
-J70R BKNT--M00MH. ixoi .k ok jtx m'trx.
J AfrwBWi'4rhiW4CTtvaU4HUHi M. Je
rome. No. Hi '. Tokx. m
170R REvr-FTKXijsniai rjxntsi.
.r.-i . fwi i in. itli.s MWTL ' rt OfclalioMia Otr. L T. mtpmm T-r iwt
cm. flow. rnwHjWoic f lrr wH,(a 1 tvr Mta; wlli a ttuli4. MMoon
. hwn rtfim. mr. Amy vt U. B. Bo. jum taw t nx Oft 'm " 4W
i.3Srtt)Uti.iitiW. lftf lfimn. Tfc pwTBP!rt f r" Ift- rsl ttmK
; : ' '" - mfr Mii XmO. vr Xf mutr-l tr tOtmr himA ut .
FOR BEXT Stores.
T'Rdr tl; b4 Se jr !lo r ay.
son. .'BT IftmxtJL c
kjw. la mnuataat Mml. A root
FOB B EX TMfsrella n eo us.
1'ntw tkJ" bMt lare Ha wx.
TO. RKNT-TAlLOKIiie AND KKWJVATI3H1 j
? att n. JUia. m y j
rm KENT- HtiilDRSCT. FIAT FOCK
ro . pira ball: wttjinat eor !
sv hrV ootwac orir Klppori M 13am.
f 7 to y. hm. mm 3hkxm Jtrrfrvt or
roaVr J hmd rv Itef yvr oay.
t ACT loft
ok mrmjrjf rums
iasoat W anl mom
. )- i Mipm-il.
mum y,ic or-
ir 0a 1 a. o.S.flKor, turn nam a.
4 aa4 arofir ". Hfo nOrrH Wt ton at
wo tk. .mtt xo, t)i. ivt? Wr
i ii latlam bte. - tat
rar affl aarVoo ;
titmime mm u xm V, Saajti IjMrmr
AWT T O-KU.
5. i, A Ft
J rt oMt T ioW wK -.
toe W " C ArrtHfev A
r oht-a Rvvrxwit AMMUMiee to i
tKlrf lMe faO wife JK5.
MW A. Sf rr. .
THE PEOPLE'S COLTJM.
Your Wants Supplied.
rader this head Ic per line pr day.
fONEY TO LO.VN-ON FtTRNlTTRE. PIAX03,
jlX oryanshutsv.nHiles.cowsi. waeona, etc ta
amonnt-s from $lfl up. at reasonabla rate. Dicfeta
son ,t Co rooiu S Scicwick htocX third floor. 13Ha
DO YOt WANT TO BORROW A SMALL,
amount of money on roar pbtaos. orrans. w.
imc lnAciiices. horse;.. cate, tKjJes. vaoJn or
houhoki coodt If so co to J. if. Lwilnm. come?
First and Main: hr will loan you in anj' aatoont fron
$10 up on chattel twurity. M!J U
M ONEV" LOANEnON HOR5KS. BUQGIBsC
covs. planus, boasehotd Xnrnltaro. e4e. Nms
bought. U .voi want a smalt amoeatnf stone?
"oin and speu. W. T. Naa & Cui, o?r 1W North,
Main street, attc
MONEY TO LOAN-SHORT TIMK MONKY AT
kwet rates oh horse, rattle, dragon, or ban.
ties. 213 West loui;ia eaxve. 97 U
T-VNTElv-BORROWERS FOR MONKV.
i wan money on all cw
of rood 4ir1tr i
the lowest rals. Geo. L. ltaue. jr., ,v Cow rooiu
-w, vi w, , n 1. mw . u fc
fader this hoad Jo per Una per dy.
LKDCCS I'ERIODICAL PILLS. THn
irrent French remixlv. act dltvctlr m tin nim-
strwal ytew aad poimely core sapper vmi of tW
menses, urrantrtl to nronivte mMtnwuou.
Tlke-- pills uikl not be taken dnrinc preffsoacjK.
American 1111 ctMnpaay, rwHltr pruprMons Spr
rvr, la. J2. Gcnulw s?pWed by Ch.s. LAvrr.
We East DooirUs Wk-Mta, Xan, whufeoile MKi
retail. Mia t ad 1 yr.
rp.VIL.OMNO AND KENOVATINO. DN. Mnbu
T NSTRUCTION GIVEN IN THE KIKNVR AND
JL art of vksiiUno. Anttky at room & tsMkorty
muhtm or ia nwi to)isq.
1-iNSTUuc-rioN oivkn in landscapm
flirurv nttluUniT. era nm iial iihiiL T1kr hnH?
kson ." reau. Ku Jl. WayMMk, imww 2S. Shainfc
ly iMUMtag. im -
T ILVRN TKI.EGR.VHY AD STATIOH
1 J srui bain- a W tcWt I'aMm Te4rjp.tH
eolhw. 2iS DoturLv- areon. Wk-ntta, Kan. S fo?
elrvnlars awl free nuirvud asv 0b IS
PANTS A SPKCLVLTY. aw N. Mb.
Under tbis hrnd 9r p4 lhi ht r .
?OR RKNT-ttANCH OF MS ACR1CS. SYC.
.1 wore 1 w uhit. a'l nnrtrt- ftore. runnluc Wr.
Aidy m Dk-k HarUey. 1211 N. I.wrmice. SB K
170InKNT-A PATrRK-OF ACKKK
A fenceti w ,th a new fr Mrawl wire ltx goo.1
water and peod Immh. itiMll In Aarott Uiwagrtp,
1'rMi coiut. AUlre U. B. KccltoB. IV, ,Ko,
Under t hd 3c per lle p- duy.
170r"kx-hanue -pantsVv Pik'lAurviw
J: N.Main. 1 I
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X for h4rse. Khwws Hwiiv Co. R3 U
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