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pe WLidixlix a:tlrj gagle: Wlttlwts&nq ffcavnim, ftoumte 12, 1890.
Signal Office. Wictiita. Kan.. Nov.
1L The highest temperature was 54, the
lowest 27, and the mean 40, with
generally cloudless warmer weather, near
ly stationary high barometer, gentle north
east to cast winds.
Last year, on Nov. 11, the highest tem
perature was 50. the lowest 30, and the
mean 40 nud two years ago the corres
ponding temperatures were 44, 27 and
Fked L. Jonxsox, Observer.
WAr. Depaktmkkt. Washing rox. D. C,
Nov. 11, S p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m.
For Missouri and Kansas Fair, slight
ly warmer, stationary temperature in Kan
sas, easterly winds.
THE G. A.R. MEMORIAL HALL.
Decatuh. 111., Nov. 11. Since the
national encampment of the Graud Army
of the Republic, in session at Boston,
Mass., last summer, gave its hearty en
dorsement to tho projectof establishing a
national memorial hall nt Decatur, 111.,
the birthplace of tho order, and recom-
munHpl t.lmt. tlio ncppsKHrv fund. 200,000,
be provided by voluntary contributions, by
tho different posts throughout the country,
the Decatur comrades have been waiting
patiently for Gen. Veazy, the grand
comm .nder, to take decisive action.
That lie has thus far failed to act
has eaused no little annoyance to the
Illinois and other western comrades. A
meeting of the National G. A. IL council
was held at Detroit, Mich., last week.
Decatur had a representative there in the
erson of J. M. Clokrj', who urea uen.
cazy to act on the recommendation or
the Boton encampment. Ho will uo so
before December 1, by nppointinga general
committee to take charge of the matter.
The erection of the Memorial hall does not
entail permanent expeuse on the order. It
only calls for contributions of 25 cents to
50 cents a member to raise the money to
meet the expense of construction. The
running expenses will lc provided by the
Decatur post and Sons of eteraus.
THE COLORADO COAL CENTRE.
Trinidad, Colo., is looming up as one of
the futuro great coal centres in tho United
States, and there are well informed coal
men who predict that the output will soon
equal that of the most famous Pennsyl
vania districts. Tho output three years
ago was, in its infancy, 1,000 tons per day.
It has already reached 8,000 tons per day,
and is expanding as rapidly as tlio railroad
can make arranuoments to haul away tho
coal to the markets of Texas, Kansas, Ne
braska, Colorado, Arizona, and even New
Orleans. For full information address
Trinidad Land and Improvement com
pany, Trinidad, Colo.
DtTBUN. Nov. 11. Tho threatened ev'c
cions on the Olphert estn'e were begun at
Anisbnrg this moruinc A lierco storm
was raging all night and the work of evic
tion was begun tinder a cloudy sky, tho
gloomy weather adding to the wretched
ness of the scene Jt was thought some of
the tenants might resist the evictors, and
a force of heavily armed policemen was on
thp ground to meet such an emergency.
Sixteen families, comprising 100 persons,
were ejected from their homes. A number
of English visitors, includingseveral ladies,
witnessed the evictions, and afterward
held an indignation meeting, at which the
action of tho estate was roundly denounced.
WAsniKGTOK, Nov. 11. Henry McKee,
who some two years ago absconded with
about SbOO.OOO belonging to the Choctaw
Jndians, has been located. A prominent
Missourian was in Seattle, Wash , some
weeks ago. McKee, he learned, is stop
ping with his family at the Vancouver
hotel, Victoria, Vancouver, and makes oc
casional business trips over to Seattle.
Tho agent oft he Choctaws hero will at
once proceed to got out papers, enabling
the Washington authorities to take Mc
Kee into custody tho first time he has tho
temerity to como upon United States ter
ritory. PENNSYLVANIA EMPLOYES.
PiTTSBrrRGii, Pa., Nov. 11. Tho griev
ance committee of the employes of the
Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburgh
wet here this morning, to nromuIate and
present to the Kencr il otlicers here a bill of
grievances. Tho general committee con
sists of over 100 persons, and includes sub
committees from all tho organizations of
railway employes. A two-days' secret ses
sion will be held hero before the commit
tee meets the railway ollicials, Tlio com
mitteo from each organization wiil meet
in the local quarters of that organization
and arrange a schedule.
A HEAVY FAILURE.
New York, Nov. ll. -The assignment is
reported of tl.e John T. Walker & Son
company, importers of silks, etc., No 81
Pine street. They are rated bv It. G. Dun
it company nt over $500,000. "The firm is
composed of John T. Walker. John W.
Combs and Joseph Walker. William T.
Kyle is mnde assignee. Theliabilitiesare
about $1,100,000, and tho nominal assots are
A SLUGGING MATCH.
PonTLAxn, Ore, Nov. 11. Articles of
agreement for a fight between Jack Demp
.seyaml Bob FitZMmmons, tlio Australian,
before the New Orleans Athletic club, for
a purso of $1-2,000, weie received here yes
terday, and w ore signed by Dempsey.
A RIOT IN PROSPECT.
GnAH.VM. Tex., Nov. 11. Every peace
oflicer in Youngcounty is in jail, having
been indicted by the United States grand
jury for participation, either actively or
passively, in the famous mob -which as
Kaulted the jail to hang three murderers.
'I he trial ol three members of the mob is
going on. Twenty-live special United
Mates deputies tiuard the jnil; but the
town is full of determined citizens, armed
with Winchesters, who say the United
Rates com t may convict, but their neigh
bors shall not sufTer the penalty. A riot
will be precipitated by a conviction.
Kansas Citt, Mo., Nov. ii. M. s.
Jones, a member of the Hall !fc Willis
Hardware comjmny. suicided this evening,
by shooting himself in the bend. The
(ompny of which he was a member, is
tl'S'rtg our. business on account of re
cert severe lo-scs. This is MippoMKl to
h tve induced insane despondency in Mr.
.lines, which is assigned as tlie Vaue for
Ins self destruction He leaves a family.
Nkw IIavi-n. Conn., Nov. 11. The ninth
annual meeting of the Baptist congress of
ministers of the United States opened here
Unlay, to last through Thuisday. The
convention was opened this afternoon at 2
o'clock with the theme, "Tho Proposed
Basis of Christian Union," for discussion
in the afternoon.
DECLINES THE HONOR.
Oprornk. Kan., Nov. 11. Benjamin
Mttcliut, who whs elected representative
of the One Hundredth and First district,
on the Alliance titket, was in the state of
"Washington when uomiuated and elected,
and positively declines to return to accept
the honor thrust upon him.
THE DUTY ON ALCOHOL.
WAFlUKGTOK, Nov. 11. The treasury
department has decided that pure alcohol
is dutiable nt the rate of 10 per cent ad
valorem, without recard to the um for
v Inch it is intended. This will prevent
the iuiortation free of alcohol for the use
of scientific or educational institutions.
Pmi.ADELrmA, Nov. 11 The thirteenth
cl tirch congress of the Protestant Episco
pal church of the United States was in
augurated, with religious services, at
V :30 this morning, in fcu Stephens church.
The inaugural addres was delivered by
Bishop wuittaker, who will preside over
AN INSANE DUKE.
ST. PETKRsBUHG, Nov. 11. Grand Duke
Nicholas is about to be transferred from
Yalta to his residence here. His doctors
declare that he is incurably insane.
relief bv usimr Prstan's
Pope Leo speaks French fluently, but
knows no English.
Abram S. Hewitt and Levi P. Morton
were originally journeymen tailors.
Dr. Hammond says that thin soles aro
the worst propagators of disease among
Capt. Meade, U. S. N., is said to resemble
the late Gen. George G. Meade, his uncle,
as tho latter appeared when a young man.
Gen. Albert Pike, tho aged chief of
Masons in America, is said to be an invet
erate smoker, having used tobacco for fifty
Governor Francis, of Missouri, distin
guished himself at Jefferson City by stop
ping a runaway team of horses in a crowd
Chaunccy M. Depew has received an au
tograph letter from the Prince of Wales,
acknowledging tho receipt of his "Orations
and After Dinner Speeches."
Carolns Duran is considered the best
swordsman in Paris, and such is the pre
vailing terror of his skill that he has never
yet been obliged to fight a dueL
Mr. Joseph Pulitzer, of The New York
World, has so far recovered from his threat
ened blindness that he retains pcrfectsight
in one eye. He wears blue eyeglasses.
John Habberton, who wrote "Helen's
Babies," is very fond of the sea, and looks
somewhat like a sailor, with his bronzed
face, shasgy hair and loose shirt collar.
Viscount Barrimorc, an Irish peer and a
member of the English Society of Arts, is
a salesman for a tile establishment in
Brooklyn and calls himself Kelly Harris.
Robert Ingraham, of Philadelphia, a
guest of Capt. Eicholtz, at Gettysburg,
found a gold chnin on that battlefield. It
was probably dropped during the battle.
Capt. Haines, of the steamship Etruria,
and commodore of the Cunard fleet, began
his nautical career as cabin boy on a Brit
ish merchant ship, of which ho afterward
Governor Francis T. Nichols, of Louis
iana, is a picturesque figure on account of
his dismemberment a result of the fort
unes of war. He is blind in one eye and
has lost an arm and a leg.
Gen. Daniel Butterfield always gives his
wife in conversation the old fashioned, old
country title of "lady." Mrs. Butterfield
is always mentioned by him and addressed
by him as Lady Butterfield.
Pestonjle Ilormusjle Cama, the philan
thropist who founded the Cama hospital
at Bombay, has given 25,000 rupees to the
Bombay university, in order to encourage
medical education among women.
John Dean Benton, the inventor of some
of the best of the drop-a-uickel-in-the-slot
machinery, who recently died penniless,
also invented the models of steamships,
monitors and cruisers seen in all big cities.
Gen. Sherman goes about New York al
most invariably in tho street cars. As a
rule one of his daughters accompanies
him, and the old warrior in jumping on
and off tho steps is as young as many men
forty years his junior.
A scientist is said to have discovered an
Insect with ll,000eyes.
Viewed under a powerful microscope tho
human skin is as full of holes as a piece of
There is talk about one or two English
gun vessels leing adapted forkho use of
captive balloons at sea.
The new telephone cable between Paris
and London contains four copper conduct
ors, well insulated and armored. The cir
cuit will bo a metallic one.
It has been calculated that it would be
possiblo to take from a section of the
River Negro lakes, occupyiug abont nine
square leagues, upward of 2,000,000 tons of
A new method of storing grain is being
introduced. Steel tanks are filled with
grain and by a suction pump the air is
partly exhaused and a quantity of car
bonic acid gas admitted.
Mr. Frank Delia Torre, of Baltimore,
has invented an instrument which he calls
the eophone, by which he claims that all
bounds can be heard and located on the
darkest night and in tho thickest weather.
Tho tired sensalion of the optic nerve
experienced by those using tho electric
light is said to bo due to the fact that tho
luminous waves are of great intensity, and
not to a preponderance of violet cuemical
The Academie do Sciences has submit
ted a new system of musical notation in
which twenjy-seven characters replace tho
203 symbols now employed to represent
the seven notes of the gamut in the seven
Kot to Ito Exprcieil.
Lawyer You kiv that tho poison
which the prisoner placed before his vic
tim was concealed in a white liquid, and
yet you aro not prepared to swear that it
was milk. Don't you know milk when
you see it?
Witness No, sir.
Lawyer (sarcastically) Yv'ho aro yon,
Witness I am a milkman. Life.
Brokelcy (to dwarf in dime museum)
How much do they pay 3011, Gen.
Gen. Hopthumb Hundred dollars a
Brokele' Then I'll hot that you'ro not
is short as I am. And yet they advertise
you as a dwr-r - v"nov-i?Vs News.
Ho (delightedly) iw you will
She (cHhuly) On matnro considera
tion 1 think 1 will. You don't amount
to much, you're homely and awkward,
but in MnhsaHiusieUs yon know we have
to put up with anything that corned
along. Yenowine's News.
"Tlmo la Jlonry."
Teacher (to class in grammar) What
is that familiar short sentence which
brings time and money into close con
nection? Voi in Back Scat I know.
Teacher Weil, Tommy, what is it?
Tommy Ten days or ten dollars.
Preston's "Hed-Ake'' wil
Miss Rowena Think of n wishy
washy, phlegmatic girl like her being
Mr. Parhain "Stella' mons a star.
Perhaps they called her that, not be
cause they thought her bright, but be
cause she va Tjeantifnl in "the dark.
Mrs. Bleat (reading paper) It's tarri
"xneconmy lunaac aavhun wae et
on fire by the inntase."
"My! they mast kve been crazy."
' Preston's "Hed-Ake"
Jc .1 sneclftc fe -
OLD OABB WITBDBAWH
And Hew Pullman Dining Cars now Ban
ning on the Vandalia and Penn
The old "diners" are abandoned and en
tirely new dining cars, embodying the
latest improvements, equipped with every
convenience, finished in exquisite taste and
fully up to the inc mparable standard of
excellence constantly maintained by the
famous Pullman company, have been
placed in service upon the Vandalia and
Pennsylvania lines, between St. Louis,
Indianapolis, Columbus, Pittsburg and
New York, on those quick aud popular
trains numbers six, nine, twenty and
No more brief stops for different meals!
You can "fare sumptuously ever day." at
your leisure and in comfort while rolling
across the country at forty miles an hour,
upo.j the vestibule trains of the Vandalia
and Pennsylvania lines, in the new and
luxurious dining cars of the Pullman
By a recent decision of the United States
courts the patent vestibule cannot be used
ou other than Pullman cars. Particular
attention is therefore invited to the fact
that tho Vandalia and Pennsylvania lines
are operating Pullman sleeping and
dining cars, which are properly fitted with
that convenient and appreciable device
the Pullman Perfected bafety Vestibule.
For special information please call upon
agents of connecting lines, or address J. M.
Cuesbrough, assistant general passenger
agent, oCJ Chestnut street, St. Louis.
One ol tue i.u.v.1 ... .. . rials.
The summer resort hotel clerk is be
ginning to find his speech after the past
Eeason's campaign. And if yon will let
him tell tho story he is a much abused
individual. "For instance." says one of
them, "the clerk schedules on getting
up at 7 o'clock. Well, at (5 a boy ham
mers on his door and says a lady wants
to see him at once down in the office;
can't wait a minute, and nobody else
will do. Up jumps tho clerk and falls
down to tho ground floor to find the oc
cupant of Suite A, for example, laying
for him. 'Good morning, madam,'
says the cleric. 'Dear! how you have
kept mo waiting!' the replies. 'Very
sorry,' says tho clerk, wishing in his soul
that he had kept her half an hour. Then
sho begins again: 'I intend to spend the
day in town, and got up early to see if
you thought the 10 o'clock train was bet
ter than the 10:20. What do you think?'
He's just got to grit his teeth and smile,
and say that the 10 train is faster by two
minutes, but that he thinks she would
find less cinders in and better views
from tho 10:20. Then bhe'U thank him
and tako the 11:30 train." New York
Beecham's Pills cure sick headache.
V O s0 L '
Old Crisp Ah, you 3-onng rascal, what
do you mean by helping yourself to my
Young Crisp I'm curing myself of tho
cigarette habit. eh Puck.
If you have
headache try Preston's
Elbert (who sees tlio old gentleman's
shadow) Of course I disobej'ed my
father in going fishing, but when ho
finds out that I have taken a nice string
to Mr. Cuttley, who holds our farm
mortgage, I think he'll not chide me.
I.oidlnjr Drnuclsts and Grocers
Sell Excelsior Springs, Mo., waters: al
ways sold in bottles never in bulk. Wich
ita Produce Co., wholesale agents.
"You are not in the race with me,"
said tho Gold Coin to the Heart.
"1011 don't know what you aro talk
ing about. You may be able to buy a
temporary advantage,'' retorted the
Heart, "but in tho long run I'm sure to
beat." New York Sun.
A Total Failure.
Hello, Diinling! Where have
"No; nutting." Puck,
Will Pooh! Rats never trouble any
body unless they are hungry.
Bill Then I am thankful there are no
rats about when I am hungry. Yankee
fifteen minutes; Preston
Blinkers That stranger says that once,
when in a foreign country, the natives
were about to attack him when he un
furled the American flag, stated that he
was under its protection, and they slunk
away in terror. I wonder what he is.
Winkers A miserable liar. Street Ss
Smith's Good News.
A Financial Gcnlm.
"Have yon broken off your engage
ment, old man? What's the matter?'
"Well, I was hard up, yon Bee, so 1
quarreled awl had all my presents re
turned, and was able to realize on them.
Couldn't possibly liave raised the money
any other way." Harper's Bazar.
Must He Insane.
"Your friend is a kleptomaniac, "
"He steals my jokes, and publishes
"Your jokes? Then ioor Charlie mast
be suffering from insanity and not klep
tomania." Yankee Btada.
If fail5 money refunded: Proton's
'Hed-Ake. - -
M J& rJrc&&fi2ez.
Lfft. W TsrJfW i -r-'r rJC. &ac.
l4vC iWpi mf(y
Great Clearance Sale
NEXT : 60 : DAYS
We liave too many
goods on hand, tnis
stock must be sold.
Everything in the
store has "been mark
ed down to move the
See Our 5 Suits, worth 8.
See Our $10 Suits, worth 814, 16, 18.
See Our $15 Suits, worth $20, 22.
See Our 5 Overcoats, Avorth $8, 10, 12.
See Our $10 Overcoats, worth $12, 14, 16. '
Everything Marked in Plain Figures and
HERMAN & HESS
406 East Douglai Avenue.
Sole Agents for the Celebrated "HESS1' Shoe,
D. A. MITCHELL
On November 4th, 1800, T purchased tho stock of Jewelrly owned byU.
Allen Hall, after same had been sold under CHATTLE MORTGAGE, and I
am going to sell it immediately at a great loss. Jf you want Christinas Goods
you can get them cheaper of me than at any placo in the city.
Call at 100 East Douglas Are, corner Main and Douglas and sc for yor&elf
NOVEMUEK 8TII, 1890. '
D. A MITCHELL.
harmless Preston'3 "Hed
The "Wheelbarrow Is Ancient.
At pretent the wheplbarrov is known to '
be at least COO years old, and not two cent
uries, as was at one time supposed. The
next step is to show that William the Con
queror carried wheelbarrows with hira
when he moved his quarters across the
channel from Normandy to Eiilaud in
the Eleventh century. Exchaace.
A Last Rcoit.
Mrs. Bingo I noticed there was a
rent in yonr trousers this morning.
Mr. Bingo Thank heaven! Give it to
tho landlord when ho comes. Clothiei
Sure cure Preston's "Hed-Ake."
The Coming HVoman.
Mrs. De Style What Lj the matter with
that poor girl?
Bystander Wo don't know, mum. She
just lays there helpless, and can't stand
up at all, mum.
Mrs. De Style Poor thlngl I presume
her corsets are too loose. New York
Baby clothes aud children's garments
need not be weighty to be warm. Bulki
ness is a hindrance to comfort. There is
uo reason for using velvet trimmings on a
runabout's dress; tucked flannels and
clothes are equally objectionable. It is
positively cruel to sew any buttons on the
back of ' - ' 'l'
It cures headache only Preston's "Hed
Ake." Her Letter.
The potman's leather sachel he carries care-
Tho gotxi or wo he may bestow he cares la no
He's letters for Rood lovers, he's letters filled with
And circulars of soap, cigars, laco curtains, corn
Down in the postman's pachel. well hid from p
Andbtiried deep beneath the heap a hale letter
Does It bring a waiting maiden lore from a lorer
So; IxUer then that. It brier? her a fat. nru
clwck from er dear pip-
Cures while you wait Preston's "Hed
Ake." Cleverton Miss Summit spoke abont
your neckties yesterday said they were
Dashaway Yoa don't fay!
Cleverton Yes, and she said ehe never
saw you betray the slightest sign of dis
order in yonr dress.
Cleverton She declared she never saw
such hats, scch gloves, such shoes, such
clothes that yon were perfect down to
the smallest detail.
Dashaway Well! well! And then?
Cleverton She wound up by saying
thai sho didn't see how a man of your
intellect managed to dress so well.
Clothier and Furnisher.
Disstrxeenble flow from the
other symptoms of catarrh.
Ho (getting up from his knees) I don't
believe, Miss Eiseburgg, you have a par
tide of affection for a human being.
She (much shocked. Dear me, Mr
lie (bitterly interrupting) True. 1
forgot. There is one. Chicago Tribune.
In the History Clim.
"What was the greatest act of Thomas
Jefferson's life?'' inquired the teacher.
And the shock headed boy that hadn't
studied tho lesson bcratched his left shin
with his right foot and said he guessed
it was th 1- - "f "?JT Tan Vinkl."
No medicine but Bradycrotine is certain
in tho cure of Headache.
On ij-i. . ... jmI.
Mr. Com Placent (viit:ng newspaper
office, to editor) What do you do to get
rid of the beastly bores who stay all day
and don't know how to take a hint?
Editor (without looking up) Stay five
minutes longer and I'll show you. We&t
San Francisco meat inspector InU'lj con
fiscnted a lot of shark merit, which wni of
fcred for sale in the market as tnderto; r
of bole- Hotel Msil
Ha arm's Weekly ha wrr failed to Joulfy U
title a a "Journal of Civilisation." and it ba dee
to with a constant recard to enlarged jKnlbttltle4
of n vfalBe-M and a atelier taadard of arut aad
literary excellence. It leave nntoBched no import
ant pfease of the world procres-, aad ptejmsl a
record, equally tra'tworthy aai tatorettair. nt Ute
notable event, persons and achievements of eer
Special npplemenu trill be- continued In V9L
Tfcy will be literary. -c.enUflc, artKie, hWoricfiL
critical, topographical or devslpUrr. ooeafaa
may d naiad, and will roottnae to derre te
hearty commendation which fea lea tveUrwed os
pat le by the eress and the poMle. A a faaafty
journal. ILuti IR'S WEEKLY wlU. & herei&re, Ut
edited witn a Urtrt r?rd for te ttaaJMn ttoat
miie It a safe and wetcocne vtastor to every
HARPER'S WEEKLY MW
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HARPER'S BAZAR 4W
HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 2W
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Stole. Caaads, aM l!erk.
Tie Yotames of the Wexstlt b-rta wHfc ifc Srt
N'uahrr far Jimlt ol &eb ycatr.Wlea o State
Is zaeUoeel satxcrtyOoa 1S kevrta tt ta j
Noaber cerresc at U. tfee of rrce)?C at oreler .
Baerod Votara of HaRFra" Wexexy for
thrr- tmr bci. la a seat cUKh bisdtng. b
wet ct rsali portacv paat. or Vr exfea, frae
expe&te iprorWed ts rreic-t Of--, atX. xed sa
dollar par Toiajcel. for 7j(i) per irtuii.
Clot la for each niear. lojCaMe for at la
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Izntuaee9 ekeold be saa4 by r2 Moaey
Order or Unix, to arafcj eskaacc of kt.
Newoiprs are not to ceiy tfcs jutvaliAtWJst
wish nK the eiyn eoler of lUarm - Me.
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Th followlne atrnnir endarirmant from Cupula
John H. AU, i-Judeoofth Ettb Judicial LiUUlct
lut ot Indiana. II writes ai follows:
It is lha mot complete and cone! work of th
art I hT crar met with. I cannot how thi
ajrtraatlc pracUdntr lawyer can do wllhaut It.
Uaboold to ntltlol The Lawer's Vade Mecum."
Truly and sincerely yoars,
JOHN B. AbH. JLttornfy a. Law.
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aress upon receipt or $i.vt. Auaress.
B. P. MCJRrJOCK, THE WICHITA EAGLE,
.Business Manager. "Wichita, Kansas.
MISCELLANEOUS. r , t r
We have a Jan?e number of appropriate cuts for us
In Premium Lists can get them out on shorter noMce
than any other firm, for school catalogue5 wo have
neat type faces Tor that- especial work. Constitutions
and By-Laws for Lodges, JBulldlns ds Loan Assocla
School Reeords, Etc
We desire to call the attention of county suporinten
tendents. school district of i leers and teachers to our
line or school publications aa given below. Our school
records and books aro now oeirjf? used exclusively In
quite a number of counties, and are superior to any
In the market: Classification Term Record, Record of
Apportionment of State and County School Funds,
Superintendent's Record of School Visits, (Pocket
Blze), Record of Teachers' Ability, (Pocket Size), Rec
ord of Of riclal Acts, Annual Financial Reports, An
nual Statistical Reports, School District derk's
Record, School District Treasurer's Record, School
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C.erk's Order Bock, School Teacher's Dally Better,
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ed, Receipts. Tuition Kormal Intltut. Receipts,
Teacher's JSzamlnatlon. Register Normal Institute.
Orders on Treasurer, Orders on Normal Institute Fund
Orders for Apportionment State Ecbool Fund. Onkn
Dividend State and Countv School Fund, Orders on
Fund rrom Salo of School Land. Monthly Report
School Dlstrl t. Promotion Cards District School,
Diplomas District Scnoois, Pupils Uoathly Report.
Loan and Investment Companies.
Eooks aDd blanks. Our Loan Register Is now In oat
by loan companies generally.
The Daily Eagle.
EUzht pages Contains tho day and night associated
press dispatches la intL and the latest inAricet reports.
Sam Die copy fec
"!The Weekly Eagle.
Eight pag&3 contains more sxat ana jfene-al news
and eastern dispatches than any weekly papr In che
Southwest. The latest market reports up to the hoar
, of going to press. Sample copy f re-s.
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I R P MUBDjCK, Business Manager.
Ill Z. Douglas jlv, Wichita. Ygnaaa
Deals lor JN otaries Public, corpora
tions, stock companies, lodges, eta
Orders filled promptly. Also stock
certificates for corporations and
stock companies, eilher printed oa
lithographed in elegant design.
WirniT. Kan, Th. IS. Jn
Ibsreln yonr "AUomrfa I'ockrt tMxikt,m
and And It Tery convenient and well arrasged for
keeplos a rompteta memoranda of aob ox Ills
unlwbata lawytr needs In keeplnr a eorapuu
lecordof Ms work.
Tours most roepoetrDlly,
TV. B. MOniUb. County Attorney,
By mail DostDald to anv ad-
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