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Signal Office. "Wichita, Kan., Oct
14. The highest temperature, was Gfio, the
lowest up to 7 p. m. was 36, and the
mean 51, with a killing frost in the morn
ing, followed by increasing southeriy wind
gradually rifeiug temperuture and falling
List year on Oct. 13, the highest tem
perature was 53, the lowest 46, and the
mean 50, and two years ago the cor
responding temperatures were G3, 49,
Fred L. Jonxsox. Obarvcr.
War DErAKTMKNT. Washing rox, D. a,
Oct. 14, S p. in. Forecast until S p. m.
For Knnsas Fair weather, variable
winds, cooler Thursday.
For Missouri Warmer fair weuthrs,
The Detroit mine has conceded the de
mands of tho Isphenung strikers.
The effects of tho Athletic Baseball club,
of Philadelphia, were hold by the hhenil
yostorday to satisfy a claim of $1,2(X) for
Mr. Gladstone has sent a special mossgc
to the Anierioarih through l)r Parker, who
recently interviewed him at Hawarden.
Its nature is unknown.
Acommitte bus been appointed in Sau
Francisco to raise a fund to buy a home
lor Mr. Fremont.
Tho chateau of Count 1m Grange, near
Orme,France,has been sacked and )mrnxl,
v.jth many valuable works of art. The
police are looking for the robbers.
The reported low of the American oil
ship Magellan, is confirmed. All on board
are uonoveu to nave perished
Grand Duke Nicholas, commander-in-chlofofthe
Kus&mn .irmy in hopelutly
The opinion grows in Washington that
an extra hiwou of contra will b called.
There are tjt delegates present at the
Socialist congress at Halle, Uermtiny.
None are from America.
The lending Hociety event at Kmporia,
Ivan., yetorda.v , was the mnmage of K
. Bower, of Lincoln, Kan., and Miss Ella
Bradley, of Emporia
The National Cordage company, of New
York, has asked th secretary of stat of
New .Fcr.scy for permission to increase its
capital stock to $18,000,000. A combina
tion has been formed to control the west
ern market in harvesting wire.
was Drfgnt and tr.hly polished, and
shone in tho water hk a thing of life.
I had not been trolling with it five min
utes before I ftlc ti tic-mendous tug on
my lino tnd then a quick slacken
ing. 1 pulled it in :iad found my
umbrella handie had been captured
by a fisb. That ended our fishing for
that day, and we :.u.rued to the Surf
hotel much dienstcl.
I had entirely for- otten the incident,
when one clay a year later, after return
ing from Enrobe. 1 hropeiied to bo
dining at John Bay lis' .tu a party of
friends. We ordered blnefish. Mine
host brought on th Uble j due time a
magnificent fellow that must have
weiglied fully twelve pounds. I deter
mined to carve mytcli. and, sharpening
my knife, cut it open in the middle.
Would yon believe it, to ray surprise,
right in the fctomncli c? that fish I dis
covered the silver head of my umbrella
that I had used for a squid the year be
fore!" Brooklvn Eazle.
Cures while you wait Preston's
Look out for counterfeits! Buy the
gomiine Salvation Oil the great pain cuie.
Miss Emma 11. cured an attack of in
cipient consumption with Dr. Bull's
DYNAMITE FOR LIQUOR DEALERS.
Maktinsvilli-; Ind., Oct, 14. The liquor
dealers of Morgatitown are iu a state of
siege, ftiturduy night a dynamite bomb
was placed under Harcock's drug store,
and the oxploion which followed scatte-od
his'rodeye" promiscuously, damaging the
Mock and the building to the amount of
$1 WW. A notice was placed on Harmon's
drug store door saying that Ins place was
the next in line. William Mussleman, a
saloonist, was notified to leave within
twenty days or suffer tho consequence.
REFUSED TO ACCEPT.
Duni.IV. Oct 14 The Irish Timas savs
that Mr. William Abraham, member of
the house of commons for West Limerick,
and Mr Timothy Harrington, member for
the harbor division of Dublin, who were
appointed members of the committee to
Msit tho United States to solicit aid for the
lush cause, have refused to accept the
Groely'j Tr!rapli Lin p.
There is a good .story toid on Gen.
Greely, the chief of 1 he bignal service.
A number of yenrs ago "Old Probabil
ities,' then a lieutenant in the Fifth cav
alry, was stationed in Texas. While
there he was ordured to build 130 miles
of telegraph line. Greely decided to pur
chase a new kind of iiwnlator, a sort of
sheet iron, cone shaped rffair. The lino
was completed, and for a couple of
weeks everythiiijj worked well and the
lieutenant was congratulating himself
on the success of his work. All at once
the line would not wor at all. A couple
of lino repairers started out to find tho
(wipe. The first ix!e they tackled was
their last, for a swarm of hornets
emerged from that insulator prepared to
tesist all comers. As the swarm settled
Hbout the two men thoy ran, and as they
ran tho swarm iacreased und followed
them nearly into the fort. The lino was
rebuilt, but the ordinary glass insulators
were used. To this day thoso linemen
have never forgiven the general. Kansas
A WlfcO I'rccantlon,
Dobbs Germany is to connect Heligo
land with tho empire by two new cables.
Dumsley That's right. Them. English
men never knew how to be honest, but
they'll have hard work stealing back Ileli
goland now, I gues3. Germany is long
headed. Chicago Times.
"And don't you f el terribly the disgrace
of being sent o prison?" asked the visitor.
"No. ma'am," returned the ex-tramp.
"It ain't the disgrace o' bem' sent, but it's
the work That's catiu' my heart away."
New York Sun.
How It Was.
Alice (sobbingV-Oh, I shall die of grief!
That awful Charley Thompson won my
heart and promised to marry rne, and now
now he says he doesn't love mo any morel
Maude Oh, I see? First he wooed and
then he wooedn'tl Lowell Citizen.
lie Talfes tho Prise.
'TIow many sexc: are there, Willie?"
"Three. Male, female and gents."
"How do yoa distinguish gents from
"By their pants." Now York Herald.
A Cruel Thrust.
Algernon Do you know I think that
Smith girl is utterly bound up in me.
.Tack Nice little edition but why does
h prefer ' ' " '""W w-L
A Grave Danger.
"Do you think it safe for you to wear
"Yes. Why not?"
"You might be arrested for having no
visib'e means of support?" New York
Preston's "Hed-Ake" will
If you have
CIXCIN.VATI, O.. OcL 14. Today's win
ners at Latonia were: Kinglike, Meokio
H, Prince Fortunutus, Bamoystone, Jr.,
Col. Wheatly, llosoland.
Mourns Pakk, Oct. 14 Winnors in to
day's races: Servitor, Belle Dor, Michael,
ViU-Jamub, Hoodlum, Susie S.
DR. PHILIP KROHN.
ATCHISON'. Kan., Oc t. 14. The Congre
gational church and aormty met last even
ing to coiiHider the maigunlion of Dr.
Philip Kiolm as iU pastor. By a unani
mous vote his resignation was not accept
ed, and he will therefore continue to oc
cupy the pulpit as their pastor.
Washington, Oct 14 The census bu
reau today announces the population of
Kansas as follows: Hutchinnou, S.07S, in-
reas 7, lite; per cent 4IU.51. Nowtou,
.i.tXri incroHMs 3.001 ; per cent 1 1J1 8S Wieh
lta, J,7JB, increaf-o 1S.SM, per cent KSHao.
Mate of Kanww, I,4'i6,4b5, increase 427.8S0,
A rr.UNTBlb PUUC rOREST.
l'lcaiuro firo iimIb ft'liirli Pay Annually
l.Htf hvn h ladt a Oily Tirnsurj.
Th hilu-V.'ald lias been owned by
Zurich ever since 103 at least, and has
bten carefully ndminifstoittd for centu
r'es. It is uowmanagM on the most ap
irroved wientific principles by a corps of
1. aiud foresters and a ermauont work
ing force o well organized that iuiiort
aiit wxrk is PuocewtfnUy execnted by
f luunofl lalxrprs under tlie supennsion
r a forester of 4 be lowest grade. Econ
omy as strict ami watchful m that of
auyprivateeiiteriiri.se prevails, together
with a wie and opn handed liberality
' providing for the welfare of the prop
irty. One year the net profits wre
miething over S an acre, or a total of
about laO.OXM) for tlie city treasury.
The oitydoes the entile work lum
bering, manufacturing and administra
tion. It employ ttie lest nanlern latnir
saving denees. stih as lumber slides,
instable tailways and a ml way to tho
milk, in tne saw mill the irincipiil
mnehiuery is American, and in Un facto
l )s the forest management works up the
prodnct into a great variety of marketa
ble material, and alo manufactures
noariy everything it uses. An elabonito
and costly apparatus has been success
fully introduced for injecting wood with
a solution of copper sulphate under hy
drostatic iwvssure. making its products
last twice or three times as long as or
dinary wood, o that there is a wide de
mand for the telegraph poles, railway
ties, wooden jmvement, shiuglec and
other atticl treated in this way.
The net pronto of th forest' will be
largely iiwreased by a new railway build
ing into the alley. Almost lialf tho
annual yield of wood is from thinnings
alone. The proportion of firewool is
generally 74 j.er cent.. ultung t per
o-nt. of the total ievei.ue.
In this ecouomic treattnent of tho for
est its vli as a pleasure ground is not
forgotten. The management maiutains
lliroughotit the domain a network of
well kept roads and paths, with occa
sional benches along them, while it aims
to preserve the landscape unharmed awl
make the Jace thoroughly and pleas
antly accesbible. Boston Herald.
Among optional courtesies may be
enumerated that which governs the con
duct of persous in crowded public con
ve3ances. oouth of Mason and Dixon's
line no man would Lrave public opinion
bv remaining seated when a woman
maintained a standing position, even
were bhe the humblest ,of her sex. A
foreigner would argue in such a case
that ho had paid for his seat, and that
there could bo no more reason for his
rising in a street car than if lie were oc
cupying a seat at the opera or at a hotel
In 2Tew York, which is too cosmopoli
tan a city to bo cited as an example,
street car etiquette is decidedly variable,
and whether or not it is necessary to va
cate a seat in a lady's favor is a much
mooted question. One thing is certain,
and that is, that youth and beauty ap
peal to both high and low, even the
most booribh individual being willing to
relinquish his rights in iavor of a wom
an with a imir of bright eyes and a otyl
The poor wairo worker, in her faded
cotton gown and with fingers showing
evidences of toil, ia rarely the recipient
of such courtesy. The man in broad
cloth, who has been coated in his lux
urious office most of the day, keeps his
seat without a qualm of conscience, and
holds his paper lietoie his face to ob
struct tho view of the appealing eyes and
Women in public vehicles often ex
hibit a remarkable selfishness and a total
disregard for tho comfort of others.
Many of them accept a seat to which
tlie' have no legal right with a snucj
toss of the head and without recognizing
the courtesy by as much :is a liow or a
"thank you." An audible expression of
thanks is the least a lady should offer in
exchango for the sacrifice of a place,
and this should be tendered as freely to
the throadbaro clerk as to tlie dudo in
line raimoirf. Jeniiehs-Miller Magazine.
A VIsli Story.
Col. Sinr, of the Park theatre, is tell
ing one cf t lie fishiest of fish stones. He
says and lie never smiles when ho says
it that he was yachting and bluofithing
off Fire Island, and that a big ten pound
bluofish ran away with his hook and
squid, and that, although there were
several hooks aboard, there were no more
squids; that he wrenched off the silver
handle of a handsomn umbrella that had
been prasoated to him the winter before
by his son Walter, aad running the hook
through it used it for a sui.
"The diver bead.' tckt the coloneL
Looking for LiBht at the City Hull.
I am building a hous 1 wanted to
get the necessary permission to tap tho
water main, and went to the City hall
for that punose. 1 might have goue
down into tho state of Indiana to have
fcecured tho permit, but it occurred to
me that I had better as!: in Chicago. I
stepped into ono of the elevators and told
the driver what I wanted. Ho landed
ine on tho public library floor. I soon
discovered I w;is in tho wrong place.
I took another elevator, and told the
driver of that one what I wanted. lie
let mo off somewhere and told me where
to go. I followed his directions, and
found myself fare to face with Superin
tendent Rowland. I didn't ask him, for
I saw he was br.iy. I found an officer in
the corridor, and told him what I was
trying to get at. He sent mo to tho
lilaco where dog licenses are issued, and
a smart clerk in that department laughed
I didn't blame him verv much. I met
a friend who has been in tho City hall
since its occupancy, and he conducted
me to tlie proier place. 1 had lost nearly
an hour. Why don't tho projier authori
ties soo that men of intelligence are put
in placoa where inquiries are made?
Interview in Chicago Tribune.
While mot gems owe their tint to tho
presence of pome foreign coloring mat
ter the many hjed and beautiful opal
differs. It is opaque, deriving its boauty
from the marrdocs property it pos
sesses of decomposing the rays of light,
and thus rt fleeting rroni its polished
burface all th- colors of the rainbow. It
needs, therefore, no brilliant, but ap
peari to the bst advantage when alone.
It is at present arsr-v the mora prized
of gems, and ha held i rIace for ages.
Mark Antony once offered 170.000 for
an opal tbeNxeof a hazelnut, but tho
owner, Nonius, a Roman tenator, pre
ferred exile to parting with his treasure.
In spite of tho.r value oxmU are unmfe
investments, for tine and exposure dim
their lutr. vhile their sensitiveness to
lieat U o tf at that the warmth of the
hand has been known to crack them.
The finest stones come from Hungary,
ami among tVe Austrian crown jewels
are gems of greater ue and beauty than
that whicn ; -nipted the Roman emperor.
Profenr Sicuei Cusbtnan. apiarist
of the Rhode j,-UaJ agxicolwural experi
ment stauou. ictuuiain. as the result of
personal obs iv.tion, that bees do no
damage to growing or far fnrit The
juice of fruit it,, m fact, injurious to
them, and they do not aoack sotted
fruit, but only brutaud fraifc. or that
which has baon previoesly Lajered by
How lie IU-bcujMuU flannel.
There have been a few, a very few, ex
tremely High Church Episcopal clergymen
in this country who appeared to think that
a studied neglect of the bath was a mark
of Catholic orthodoxy. Ouo of these ex
cellent men, who was well known in this
city a few j ears ago, was generally arrayed
in a coarse caoiock that had long ceased to
be even approximately clean, and in linen
that was simplj dirty that is the only
word that can be used. His finger nails
were in mourning, and altogether he was
a good reproduction of a mediajval saint
the kind with whom the odor of sanctity
was made visibly manifest by the odor of
dirt. Strangely enough, he was at the
same time a gentleman by Lirth, educa
tion and rearing. He w-j simply misled
by a false ideal of Christianity. But that
is not the point. One day two Episcopal
clergymen got to talking about him.
"What does he remind you of anyway?"
asked one. "Of flannel," was the reply.
"How so?" asked the first. "Oh," answered
the second, "because he shrinks 60 from
washing." No-v Vnr'c rlvinp
He held her haDd quite tenderly.
And pressed st lio.r snd then:
che blushed, aad let him have his Tfay,
As girt, do with young u.en-
He put his arras around her watst,
And drew her to his side:
Of course, she could hat got away
If she had only tried.
He slowly riifed Ler blu'blns face
And looted into her ej e:
Of course, I thought hhe would resist;
Hut, much to my surprise
She answered all ids looks of love.
And Rave him kts for kiss.
They're m amid cow, ana o!i ! 'twould make
You sick to tee their bli'
- - - 'ie Journal.
THE BEST MAN IN THE WORLD.
Well, if not positively tho best, one of
the wisest is he who checks disease at the J
start in his own system. In preserving or
restoring iue iieaven-grantea gututucuii-u,
he deserves profound consideration. His
His example is worthy to be imitated.
The complaints which afflict us so largely
attributable to a want of tone in the
stomach, either inherent or inflicted by
ourselves upon that much abused reposi
tory of the food that should nourish us.
What is its requirement in adversity? A
wholesome tonic None so good, if we
ralj" upon experience and testimony, as
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Unmedicated
stimulants won't do. Regulation, as well
as invigoration of the digestive viscera, is
not to De affected by these. Through the
agency of the stomachic named, strength
of the entire system Is retrenched dyspep
sia and biliou.iue.s3 overcome. Malarial,
kikney, bladder and rheumatic complaints
are eradicated by this salutary reformer of
Sure cure Preston's "Hed-Ake."
Waggish Student hahSing' professor
of geology. arpiecp of brick) Here is a cu
rious specimen, professor.
Professor I dt-n't need it. Put it back
in your hat. Street t Smith's Good News.
A Natural Inference.
"She has a very long waist."
"She ought to wear one of those pro
tracted stays wc read about!" New York
Kot 3Iario for That Purpose.
"That's my motto, sink or swim."
"Bosh" Who ever saw a sinker swim?"
Xfiv York " '
If fails, money
harmless Preston's "Hed
A Clear Case.
.Taggers What ever became of Pe
nought's dog? You know it used to give
you so much trouble.
Wiggler Ohl It's dead.
.Taggers Did you kill it"
Wiggler No. It committed suicide.
Taggers Suicido! How?
Wiggler It came over into my yard
while I was sitting here with a loaded pis
tol. Munsev's Weeklv.
But What IVas On It.
"What do you think of the table?" asked
tho landlady of the new boarder, who is of
a vivacious nature, and nt the same time
hates to hurt anybody's feelings.
"Really," said he, after some hesitation.
"I can conscientiously indorse 3'our table
as a masterpiece of cabinet making."
Cures in fifteen minutes; Preston
Sho Xercr Ulcl I'orgivo Him After That.
1 Z. r-y .K L.-VJ r
Accidents Will Happen.
Miss Gushington I admit, Arthur, that
this is not the firt time I have been en
gaged, but I'm sure your noble, genorous
Little Brother Sis, the baby's got your
bag of engagement rings. Street & Smith's
And Lonjr Terms.
"Dear me," said the philanthropic lady
who was visiting the jail, "I can't believe
that you are entirely devoid of principle."
"Believe me, madam," was the reply, "I
often had very strong convictions." Wash
Bradycrotine will cure Headache if from
To broil a fish you must have a clear,
bright fire and tho gridiron must be well
greased, either with melted butter or nice
drippings free from salt. The fish should
be turned but once. Mackerel is a very
I delicately flavored fish when fresh, and
'should be cooked in the followiug man
uer: After cleaning aad washing the fish
well chop up a little parsley and mix it
with salt and a small piece of butter. Lay
this inside the fiah. Tnen take a sheet of
paper, butter it well and roll the fish up in
it, fastening it with two or three pins. Lay
it on the greased gridiron and broit it in
the usual way. Remove the paper previous
k The Excelsior Springs, Mo., Waters
re nature's uric solvent, and are
Inflammation of the bladder,
Kidney disorders; also
Rheumatism, Gout and Dropsy.
To the Bitter End.
"You speak cf her as a 'three ply girl,' "
observed a St. Paul matron to a youDg
man; "what do you mean by that?"
"Well, she is handsome, sweet tempered
and rich. Those tnplo virtues niufcc her a
three ply girl."
"Why do vou not carry tho simile out to
its logical conclusion?"
"Why, if she marries you she will 1m
worsted." St. Paul Pmnr Pra-s
If you will only try Hood's Sarsaparilla
you will be convinced that it has "pecul
The Emperor Frederick III and his son
Maximilian I, both died from eating too
heartily of melons.
Nalentia, the Spanish theologian, died
because ho was accused by the pope of hav
ing falsified a passage in St. Augustine.
Angeleri, a Milanese actor, was so over
come by the enthusiastic reception accorded
him on his first appearance in Naples that
he literally died of joy before the conclusion
of the evening's entertainment. St. Louis
WORTH A GUINEA A
PaMenco Mantelpiece (after drying her
eyes) Well, Jack, I will try to forgive
Jack (an artist, who has been utilizing
the graceful pose Oh. hold on! Not yet;
mst wait one i i'
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relief by using Preston's
Ho Might nave Expected.
"Dot rast old Liebig, anyway," exclaim
sd Phlpp") the other morning.
"What has tho baron been doing now?"
"Doing? Why the old wretch said that
horseflesh was more wholeome than leef
or mutton, and I went him one. Ate all I
"WtIl It was good, thru, wasn't lt"
"Yes-, but, blame the old bCttmp, I had
the nightmare all night. "Chicago Times.
Merchant I wish to iosert an advertise
ment in The Morning Bugle.
Clerk Yes, sir.
"Commence it in this way: Pay cash, and
put tbo? words in large letters."
"And 1 wish you'd trust me for the
amount for a month or so." Yankee
How It Sounded.
"No. I haven't!" shouted Mr. Ardup
antrilv. sitting up in bed.
"Unven 't what, dear?" aaked Mrs. Ardup,
only half awake. "What are you talking
"I am answering that blamed katydid.
It keeps on saving: 'Got jour coal Got
your coal G- - -i- " C'hicagoan.
Such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meals,
Dizziness, and Drowsiness, ColdChills.Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetito.
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Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &c.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY fMNUTES.
BEECHAM'S PIUS TAKEN AS DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH.
For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired
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brincingback tho keen edge of appetite, and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF
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M Tthe wJwMTffiSS to that BEECHAM'S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF
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Sole Acents for the United btates.wAo (lijtnur drnKBietdoeB not keep thenn ILL 11MU
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is tlie time to place
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bound In flexible back, a convenient size to carry In
the pocket. Endorsed by attorneys everywhere.
Tao followlaz itronr encloriemunt from uapuua
I hr In
Wichita, if n, rb. x, mx.
7wr "XUenrft I'oeket UnkiL"
nil find It rerr coaTealnnt an4 wall arraai far
Vplnir acoropl.l. mtnrndf h u Jt (
Ju.twbat law,r fcaa-i la KatplBg- a (etnpl.U
tf-acoi'd oX hU work.
Tanri nott rMrifallr,
Tf. s. iiojium, Count Atiorot.
DRS. TERRILL & PURDY.
158 N Main, Corner First St.
is a specific for
Uhodo Island'. Kf;iiiint.
Durine an aetton nwir New Orleans t
184 a Yankee sollir wm raptured by a
Coaedcnwe. While marching his prison
er to headquarters tbe latter asked hia
cantor u hat regiment he belonced to.
"The Fourteenth Alabama." w& the re- ,
ply. "What is your regiment?'' j
"Tha Two Hundred and Sisty-sevonth
"Phew! I've hard that the neonle in
your st were misfcty big, but 1 thought ' DOCTOR TBHRILL
tt . vku wuc "u 10 inane h rvgz- nist As- s OF WOU N-Dr T-rr
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Ut of Indians. U writes as followi:
Octobar at, Vf.
It la lbs xsott cempttte aad concls work of th
art I hart aver met wlto. I cannot aea how tb
entom&tla practicing lawyer can do wltbaatlL
Uahouid be anUtlad Th Lowyar'a Vfcde lltcuiu."
Tralr and lntrlr yoon,
JOU.V II. JlSU. Xllorar-r at Law.
Price of docket $1.00. By mail postpaid to any ad
dres9 upon receipt or si.07. Address,
R. P MURDOCK, THE WICHITA EAGLH.
Business Manager. Wichita, Kansas.
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aOOO COPIES moji oxr. original,
wnunr. Orawiajf, Moile. t ot Tr-Trrttr
LET1BRS 1500 COPIES CAMBKTaKKM
from OSX orirfmi nvaiB:ed4 t rr
Tb Eaolk it egn tor tb tale of th
tboT machine, extra tuppllta, ato.
XddreM 2L P. MURDOGK,
utiniD r nwnu a rrinoT. " "n'i a-aaiat
"Wp have a large number of appropriate cuts for iwe
la Premium Llst3 can get them out on shorter noMce
than any other firm. For chool catalogues wo have
neat type faces for than especial work. Constitutions
And By-Laws Tor Lodges, Bulldlns & Loan Assocla
iSehool Records, Etc.
da o' w men
year ana w
ttrmmentA. batterlen. vice trotted, ru
ce-olcl treataoBt. ,m.od Ef
TecialtT rr tscp
r- to stste tnat he tuts .l the Ute
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tis mad i pcla.aj eii'.ior. te rt ki T lie .w!a41a
t twenty tiK-iH'lfttiBc ad.aitnitiBt of t-fr tacarrcctaau
a. Tnrttd Ttloc
far thtr oc- AT KKALT renMtM aad lrbt Tsitcred to aun
uiuon. ai- ( wbo mjp tour ? tutaf.y ttana.
It enres headache only Prtston's '
Mldcvaeat. enUrcfmtsiN pnUpn titrrrat'oc. t KOvtKl tS HTO:tUt4. Is. tcAar & wttk.
rucerrhaca dtMUMo' h oTttir. nOnfriL 'r-m
lar or crnfxua mntruii. Mr Ir TmtjJ. bin r-
CQBllr speDt TeraI nicsUu a Lbe .are toHU
oflheeiM m the ?p-i: t! of ftertrtrtty anO h
An Important Item.
Fonsoaby Eave yoa tea Stlby this
Ponsoaby Vell, you ouht to. He' a
perfect circcsl Says he's got a ten pound
Haylltt (caatlotisiy) I tvoadar iX be aed
tbe same seal? tbat he does wbea he goes
ftshins Bar!i3fc-Wn Free Press.
A Iloalthfal Occnpatloa.
GaaiAEi freadint;) Jaao Jaeqoe VeraIV
le. a noted Frencbra'w, is dead at the age
Larkin He must have been caaised is
.n rerv healthfal profeasion to qafk lired so
"He r a dodlkt." York Foa.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
I.HAM I.lTFD I.ll itrt iU torm ( x tjt
quietly card. Arutrtai Btrlr4.
UKA -N K! All cvrkWp cm-i promaCy cmrHL
(,I.AK-Oalr U(w wb hare ba nctaitrate
1C taesM t. apt to jhm ht "
fmi.MLt more brai than fxt. iCxy ni rf
tiz aad tcmlar wnpirty la riMr ar 4ar w
rcutt lum aa ar noafM 4
ditrmtloa ot prvtmr d. if :mn
t WiK rtlttft. T-rri'i or f r ftrail
wr t i tlm run V-tar irVi rrAte. t
emr'hir wi- or Vvkibk iim wm atiiaalat
tn a XiA t for a -j tfrur tt r lr i
f!t ! orsa of j.lcfct wfcfc a aa ! rrit br
Itf appncabMi (f prver xtaM A If" bar
a.onal tf 'c:i tm raziarr fc- a writ at tjl'tr
rrVaw rft proo iv-t a. way ' a trw.
iBjrnprv B)ra rasitrtM aaa msv
lot:. ipru:.'y ta yvtaz UdW, Qibrrt oayi
yia t alotan net- at Brkf wtca irrttauao f .
rpnruny by arttSriaJ Ttybt AB rt a t- reOer-
tbe Haue ii)mmmsx a?.
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saaMlr rtim! by rlXTOT- No cflUJi.- no tua. 1 1 hair of fot"y ta ttu Wk bje
is oraT vw ifm mt tm'vr 111 i
iaraae 4tmrmitiaL elao I'
htw a. throat asi tetr UMUn. dyrt?4a. dU- tare f tt sts. ai yat !. wb
rnC3aitBL i . ukw ac Mat. ibubiiu i
brdroelle mirzt ?U, mm la Ha4Vr. U
SMaU. aiMn K nW tuk kato9 nmej
tbe n!y plrs.c.in ta 'he otb-t taemsgblr I
fBUUr with it clentlflc app catloa.
.EIOOLs DItA-fcS-ur Terriu 1itn Is
call tbe attest tos of tco-e ffflif '-o?s UTtegi I
dfceaie. ir-i nerTua prortioc rv to the
waoderivi cuu t eCct t I derited tram el-
trtcltj tthea enufical T applied aad ien . i
Male that ha aaiea tiear?Dcoa HttrVity la '
SFrresidlvueia ee-ii fratwe af hi praeUee I
Tbe doctor ha the aaest afty cell 4Um9a4 rarh
battery ere? een la the v . aB4 all the appluaci
ew-ctally aop4ed to tbe trrftUaeat of k-t aiaho4
ar enilaal -n -'b-, whch be qaletly and prms- ,
t ally v.ti r by lie aU of ectrtcMr ,
CATAKKll-ETery tae of catarrh l cnrabltf
iwrrltr tre-aied. Vr. Terrill oci Ualiey s aew i
SMN lJlshAES o( aU k!a4 cared hen Cseri .
hae faQed. 1
IMI.rjN. HTLIAaa4a rectal dlsejut eared.
.o &a:ia so sain. A care earaae4.
I MSWr? ttU!ntl
Hi KOMi JJlK.J2-Dre- auatsa. ray i wbxft
ra.e ell tbe bewl. heart and lJeee. rheaattBt. I w.ams tlMk
arBs. brtcht dtea.e. bladder, kidney .od erea- I e"A nm. uk
"We desire to call tho atvnion of county saportnton
tendents, school district or j icera and teacher to our
line of school publications as lven balow. Our Bohool
records and booJcs are now oeinj? uad oiclujilvely in
quite & number of countlea, and are uapertor to any
In the market: Classification Trnn Record. Rooord of
Apportionment of State an1 County School Funds,
Superintendent's Record of School Vtsit, CPocicct
elz). Record of Teaohers Ability, CPooket Size;, Rec
ord or Official Act. Annual Financial Raporta, An
nual Statistical Reports, School District Oieric'a
Record, Schrxji Di-trlct Trearurer'8 Record, School
District TreaurT' Warrant Register, School District
CierSc's Order BooJc Scb3i Tbacher'a Dally Roiftter,
School District Boundaries, Rxrd Teachers 22aipioy
ed, Recelpta, luttlon Normxl In-tltnte. Rocelpw,
Teacher's Examination. Regis r ITorznal Liatltut.
Orders on TreaRunr, Orders on hormai Institute Fuod
Orders for Apportionment Statj School Fuiid. Orders
Dividend Stata and County boriool Fund. Orders on
Fund from Salo of School Land, llonthry Report
School District, Promotion Cards District School,
Diplomas District scnooie. Pupils Monthly Report.
SKSSS'Loan and Investment Companies.
ar Eoolcs and bl
by loan oosapi
5 The Daily Eagle.
U ' Bight pages
Sample copy I
fkSSSS The Weekly Eagle.
Eoolcs and blanka. Oar Loan ReglBter U noTr In n3o
by loan companies genera jj.
Bight pagea-CootAtns the day and night associated
press dJspatcbea in iuu and tne latest market reports.
Sample copy free.
-Vl'HII.I'.- ThltaTaad dhe- ot taaaVtad
Qnw-lly a permacestty nnd by th ! treat.
aHtwHhotta t(eBc draoof aat swsebr
Medlrtae st tall pari Ifee caaatry. CaaaV
u (fee tree sesa lor cttlobaX.
flKKMA OC BKKEOl carr ar
Elsht Dayes Contains more stata anrt fronami Bnr
and eastern disptchd tlxaa any weefcty paper in the
Southwest. Thelaioa market reports uo to tte!tir
of going to prewL Saaipte copy Tree.
Elmate3promjHlyitirnkhapoc'Aor of any kind. Addxe.
R P. MUBDOCK, Business Manager.
Ill 2. Dcastaa 25.V.. Wichita. TTaTTtap