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U& W&tWtei lpa gagljc: yMws.Movtiina, gzzwbsx'2Bt 1900
TRIED TO DESTR
Mrs. Carrie Nation Wages
War on Carey Annex.
IS FROM MEDICINE LODGE
Now Occupies Cell in County
Jail Hearing Today.
Mrs. Carrie Nation of Medicine Lodge
yesterady walked Into the Carey annex
and Commenced the demolishing of the
fixtures in that place. She was armed.
w:th two short pieces of Iron. She also
had some rocks. There were quite a num
ber of people in the annex, and before
her onslaughts on the furniture these
men left the place In a hurry.
With one faweep she took the decanters
from the bar. They broke to pices on
the floor. The liquor was wasted. The
sight of the liquor on the floor evidently
Mrs. Nation then picked up a billiard
ball and dashed it against the large plate
glass mirror behind the bar. The ball
struck nearly in the center of the glass.
The result was that a large section was
broken and fell out. There are large
ciacks rimnmg in every direction. It
means a new plate glass for that portion
of the" saloon, which will cost $300 or
A large picture painted by the portrait
artist John Noble was hanging in the
roar of the room. It was "Cleopatra at
the Bath " This was also in for its share
of Mrs Nation's spite, and the glass over
the picture was demolished and the pic
ture almost ruined. The wine case came
In fox its share of hard knocks.
About that time the colored porter ran
fr a police-man. Detective Park Mas
Bey appear' d on the scene and took
cnarge of Mr. Nation. She was angry
that any man should try to usurp her
authority so soon gained in the annex.
He prepared to charge on the efficient
officer. He resented this and immediate
ly produced his badge of authority,
which rather cooled the ardor of the irate
Mrs. at; on was taken to the police
station. On the way there she gave Park
Massey some hard knocks during her talk
on Intemperance. After reaching the
station Mrs. Nation talked for some time
to the officers and police clerk. Instead
of being confined in the city jail she
was placed in the private office to await
deelopments. Later on, a warrant was
sworn out for her arrest, and Mrs. Na
tion Is now an inmate of the county jail,
being taken there yesterday by City Mar-
The hearing will come up today in the
i.ijr wui i. -mis. .mM.ion win want to tails
and tell her fcide of the matter. As she
i"? a rapid speaker and does not care very
much what she says, it will be rather
Mrs. Nation states that she is the pres
l'ent of tho Barber county W. C. T. U.
and thinks it her duty to try and close!
up tne saloons of Wichita. She came
here Wednesday night and made th
JoiTids of the saloons and notified them
that she would be around again and take
action on them. No one took her at her
v. jrd and thought notli ng of the mat
W G. Osbom of Medicine Lodge -was
in the city yesterday. To a reporter for
the Eagle he said: "I know Mrs. Na
tion very well. She is considered veiy
peculiar. She does a gnat many worthy
d. eds in our city and for tin- reason i
generally well thought of. She was mixed
up in something similar to this affair in
Kiowa several years ago. I do not re
member how that came out. but presume
that Mrs. Nation got off all right, and
concluded t take a hand in running ai
f.urs in Wichita. E-very Saturday after -noon
she preached in Medicine Ledge,
sometimes about the l'auor question and
again on oihtr subjects This used to
cause a gr. ,it d ai of comment, but peo
plf there he become so accustomed to
it that thev think nothing about it.
"Mis Nat.on's husband ued to be a
liwytr Ha tries to practice law some
now. but ! so old that he does not do
much at t He gets a pension, and that
ke,p. the familv. He (j0es not take ac
tie part in affairs, and generally lets
hi vwfo d- jut as she pleases.-
"I am n t surprised at this action on
h. r part from what I hae seen of her
The people of Medicine Lodge will not K-i-'irprised
either, since she was in th
K ura affair."
Mrs Natmn Is a large woman, flesh v
aid dress.'d ln black. she ,s p
fifi-fhe eir. of age and says that sh
J .i grandmother.
Y"-terdav afternoon. In Mrs. Nation s
c 1 in the- c .unty jail, a number of the
" - 1- L. women of
tins city as-
FIFTY TONS OF CANDY
Have Ben Sent to Oar Soldiers
the Philippine Islands by the
Fifty to- of candy lme been sent to
the soldier in the Phi'ippme Islands bv
the rommiMry department of the army
d":rng th- , it thrfe m intht, and large
Bmounts :-. the soldh rs in Cuba and
'rhis is i ne upon adMve of the medial
ofliiens -i the army, bee-rise it is a
rvn .iolopv.il fict-that a moderate enn
. imption cf confectionc-y promote
n, i'th ai1 -.uis:5es a natu
t'.indy w is neer famished to the
! ted Stuet? army before, although it
h- beer, o mmonly ued as a ration y
'he Frc, i and Britih troorw in the
This .-.' vies another old fashioned
: t, ; sweets were injurious to the
Mdnt organs, while a moderate use
m eet- is actually beneficial.
V. ry i things are in urious and the
' cia-k- who advocate the use of a
r. !' - ad vegetables and decrv-lh
i - ." .. ,j. and meats are in cmr a-
. ' I - r . .riety of meat and e-
o foi '. !- jb-vlutelv necessary f - ;h.-
ten. e uf ;he highest oonditi 1 ..:"
.., e to fo'I.w ; t.i eat w- .
ip- v vs. a: .1 if there is -ny
mf r t-oubl- .- d'o'inc m a
. the d'flk i'; c.-i h- rtv. lil
m v 'he reg: ar u- rer mo U
me -i digestive vi i . ; ,-, j, p.
i! t-ae wh i h v vs'; t .
"' : - Mureasin? f w ' ; t.
':-' ' -r sh the i , r x
' - -i t aij stomachs.
' i r o- t:iis kind is
aW - u-p.;w A Tab', vs
hi '. it ." c s o-..
sro . ,- --, j le
i jb el. a... ja ui uuyjured
sembled and held a conference. They j
taiKed to Mrs. nation about the mater,
and she assured them -that she was in he
RECORD OF SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Shows That Moral Stains of Wichita
Undorsheriff Syl Duncan agrees with
Governor Stanley in tho tetter's good
opinion of Wichita. "I will teH you why
I am of the same opinion," said Mr.
Duncan. "A year ago we had thirty-flve
prisoners for Christmas, this year there
are only eight and three of these will
be released (before Saturday. At the
January term of the district court last
year, we had nineteen convictions, and
thirteen of the convicted criminals wore
sent to the penitentiary; now we will
have only five or six on trial and I do
not think we will have a man for the
penitentiary this time. During Sheriff
Simmon's first term we took nineteen
boys to the reform school at Topeka.
During the past year we have not had
a boy for that institution. The civil
business Is also quiet as far as the sher
iff is concerned. There has not been a
sheriffs sale within the past sixty days
and for the first time of Mr. Simmon's
incumbency the executive docket is also
clear. Our home people are not Htl -
gating among themselves, all of which
goes to prove that the moral condition
of Wichita is improving."
THE MODERN MOTHER
Has found that her little ones, are im
proved more by the pleasant Syrup of
Figs, when in need of the laxative effect
of a gentle remedy, than by any other.
Children enjoy it and it benefits them.
The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manu
factured by the California Fig Syrup Co.
ISAST HALF SOLD TO G. W. UITCH
Consideration Is SG,200Is an invest
ment. George W. TJltch yesterday purchased
the east half of the Exton block from Ed
Kinniard for $6,200. The Exton block was
recently sold to Mr. Kinniard and others
and all of the interests in the building
owned by Mr. Kinnaird have been dis
Dr. S. S. Noble has the west half of
the block and Mr. Ultdh the east. The
building is one of the best in the city
and is well located. There will be no
change in -the tennant. It is at present
occupied by Ben Royce with his stock of
farm implements and buggies.
The Exton fe(Jook? was not on the
market long before it was taken up by
Wichita parties. This shows the faith
that Wichita citizens have In the future
of their city.
The kidneys ache when they are over
worked and the trouble gets serious, un
less promptly removed. PRICKLY ASH
BITTERS is a reliable kidney tdnle and
XMAS PRESENTS CONTINUE
Shaker Doctor Observing Holidays
With 1'resotita to Everybody,
At Toler Auditorium the Shaker Con
cert cempany continues to exhale the
Christmas spirit. There are presents for
everybody. The electrical Christmas tree
was the largest and most unique ever
seen in Wichita; some 1,500 children were
made happy with gifts. Eddie Needles of
Water and William street was the lucky
one to find the diamond ring in his bag
of candy. Wednesday night L. Ayers,
312 N. Ohio, was presented with a gold
watch and last night the old folks were
remembered with easy chairs. Tonight
everybody will be given a useful souvenir,
and every purchaser of medicine will re
ceive a present .
On Saturday afternoon a special mati
nee for children will be given. Every child
will be gien a present and the admission
will be only 5 cents. Doors open at 2 p.
m.; performance at 3 o'clock.
ANNUAL DiNNER GIVEN
By Iemisylvauiaii Association.
Court House Yesterday.
The annual basket dinner of the Penn
sylvania association of the Arkansas val
ley was held yesterday in the baseoaent
of the court house and was attended by
100 members and invited guests.
Prominent people from all over the Ar
knsas valley were in attendance, and a
number of toasts were responded to.
The dinner was a family affair. Each
family present brought a basket filled
with good things to eat.
Captain John H. Ash acted In the ca
pacity of toast-master, and his witty re
marks elicited frequent laughter.
"The Religious Influence of, Pennsyl
vania Upon the Nation at Large" was
the subject of a toast responded to by
Rev. Bruce Griffith. Mr. Hall Brown
spoke on "Reminiscences of Pennsyl
vania." "Philadelphia, the Ideal City of
Pennsylvania" was the subject of a toast
by Mr. T. G. Parham. Judge Sanky re
spinded to "The State of Pennsylvania.''
ln addition to the above a number of
impromptu speeches were made by prom
inent people present.
The Pennsylvania Society of the Arkan
sas Valley was organized in Wichita in
1SVS. It niw has over 230 members.
The officer" of the association are: Rev.
Bruce Griffith, president; A. H. McKee,
ecretarv, and Mrs. H. C Sollers treas
urer. All of these are Wichita people.
The association in addition to thu an
nual dinner gives k basket picnic" every
ARRESTED AT HUTCHINSON
Alleged Horsethief Held There For
S. O. Butler, the liveryman, went to
Hutchinson last night to identify a horse
said to have been hired from his barn
and disposed of in that city. A man
named Porter hired a horse and buggy
from Mr. Butler last Monday, and up to
the present time has not returned tt
It is said that Porter sold the horse to a
Mr. Cooilv. of Nickeron. Wednesday.
After it was learn d that the horse did I
n.it belors to Porter, he was arrested and j
held subjtvt t orders from Mr. Butler.
The "latter w red the Hutchinson police
to hold Porter until his arr.al- A wo
ma'., said to be Porter's wrfe. was ar---stM
with him. Porter admitted to ths
ri.ir-hal if Huteninin that the horse
i j nt belong to h.-n.
LOTS ON TOP; KA AVENUE
Mrs. MC1khjc "d tHmgrkrers IHr
ehM it fir tott -p.
Mrs Meriting and daughter" have pur
h irii i '- between Tenth and Eventh
on T ,mjyi aer.'.K b.:ip. the mo' the
H. st'iiM I'lVc-uwrt c m!aFiv for t&Ai.
T-. c:-ioii is a splendid one and dur
ing th near future, a modern cotage is
to be erected on them The lotsare the
1 st in the blvK-k and he n wettage
wi'.l !n-rr ie that p rtion ci the I-ook
'."'' . iti .i-e Mrma1 iV! -s ." I t'd's by
- : - .- ir.- : '- . - 2u.d by the addi
tio not a cottage it will make a basd
uzn row of residence houses.
Mrs. W. A, Reed Contracts
CONSIDERATION IS $10(000
Main Street Property Bought
Yesterday Mrs. W. A. Reed contracted
for the three-story brick building occu
pied by Huse & Charlton on North Main
street at d price of $10,009. The- property
was owned by Mr. J. L. Jacobs, he hav
ing purchased it some tlnfe ago. Mrs.
Reed buys theproperty as an investment.
I Mr- J30. Since his purchase of the
1 property, has realized handsomely, and
, airs. Reed undoubtedly will do the same.
The building is a good one and has been
occupied by the Huse & Charlton firm for
some time. The property Is in good con
dition and is one of the best in that part
of the city.
Tho upper floor are occupied as .office
and dwelling rooms and will be used for
the same under Mrs. Reed's ownership.
A number of people have ben negotiat
ing for the- property, but Mrs. Reed was
the successful person. The papers in the
deal will be made out within a few days,
and the title at that time will be trans
ferred from Mr. Jacobs to Mrs. Reed.
Groom Is Hisina: i'ountr Lawyer Who
Hiram Norcross and Miss Kathryn
Findley were marrie dat the residence of
the bride's parents, 1050 University ave
nue last night.' An uncle of the bride,
Rev. W. C. Miles, of Guthrie, O. T.,
performed the ceremony. The bride was
given' away toy her father, while a sister,
Miss Mary Findley, acted as maid of
honor and Dr. Earle Saule was best man.
Misses Pauline iFindley and Marguerite
Bradt were ribbon girls.
Mr. Narcross is the son of the president
of the State bank recently founded here
and is a rising young attorney. The
bride's father Is vice-president of the
ED NOBLE VISITS HERE
Former Wichita Young: Man Study
Lair m Xew York.
Mr. Ed Noble, who has been ln New
York for the past seven years, is in the
city on a vacation. He is at present
studying law in the office of Judge Dillon
in New York.
Mr. Noble lived in this city for some
time and has many friends here. He lef?
here seven years ago to attend college,
and since that time has made an envia
ble record for himself in that profession.
Mr. Noble says that he likes New York
and is at home there. He, however, was
glad to get back to the old familiar
scenes of Wichita and to enjoy the cli
mate of Kansas.
Happiness is but another name for
perfect health. Use PRICKLY ASH BIT
TERS and be happy. It keeps the vital
organs healthy and well regulated.
At Pro - Cathedral Parachial School
The children of the pro-cathedral Paro
chial school had a Christmas entertain
ment in the school hall yesterday after
noon. Bach child was given a rememb
rance from a large tree which was tasti
ly decorated with all manner of good
things. The parents of the children were
peresent at the entertainment Rt. Rev.
Bishop Hennessy and Very Rev. Father
Tihen, -who were also present, made
short addresses appropriate to the occa
sion. KELSO SCHOOL RECITAL
Will be Given in Sedjrwick Slusic
The Kelso School recital tomorrow night
will begin promptly at 8 o'clock in the
Sedgwick music hall. The recital will be
given by Miss Nellie Wood and Mr. Tom
Griffith, assisted by Opal Kemspeare and
WAS A QUIET AFFAIR
Candid and Jliss tula Adams
A. J. Condit and Miss Lute Adams were
married yesterday afternoon at the home
of the bride's mother, 341 SL Francis
Rev. F. X. Lynch of the F'r?t M E.
church officiated at the cerem my. Th
wedding was quiet affa.r and only the
inynediate members of the family were
present. Mr. Candit i ,i bu.n ss man
of Houston, Texas, and 'eft on the een
ing train with his bri ie fir that citv,
where they will make their future home
FOR STEALING HARNESS
Two Hoys Are Sow Confined ln tho
Two boys, by the name of Northnip
and Hill, respectively were arreted es
terday by Detectives S irnn and Massey
on the charge of stealing harness oJt of
a barn on Wichita sf-vt and dnpu n
of It The boys -will hae a inay for
The police also think that these two
boys are implicated in the taking of some
working coats from the Red Front
Racket on Monday night Investigations
( in this case are now being made by the
CAPTAIN HEATH HERE
lie Comos to Take harsre of tHo Sew
Captain C. M. Heath of Ponca City ar
rived in the city yesterday to take charge
of the Orient hotel. The house will be
ul January i. ai wmen iime
he will open it as a first class hotel. The
captain is a veteran at the business, aai
his success is beyond a doubt.
ALLEGED HORSE THIEYES
J Caujht at1VellistM and Are Wanted
j Sheriff Simmons received mfirmatten
j yesterday from WelUr-gtcn concerning.
I the arrest of three men in thai cty who
are supposed to be wanted here en a
charge of horse stealing. They are js
' peeted of having stolen the horse and
wagon belonging to F. A. Hoover of :: '
Washington avenue, this city. Mr Hocv-
Cures a Cough or Cold at once.
Coaooew Crocp. ft Jwcpmg Ctt?h. Hrooclasim.
Cr-.-oeieoa"3ptK3 t"J tk frl!!i.i
Or. Ball' P cure CatWo. SfBl9
er'shorse and rig was stolen from in
front of the Auditorium Christmas night.
Sheriff Simmons -will leave for Welling
ton Kifs morning for the arrest of the
three suspects loc"ked up in that city.
COLDEST SNAP OF SEASON
Temperature About Zero Mark
Several Hours. i
Last night was the first real cold snap
ofthe season. For several hours during
the early morning the thermometer hovered-
dbout the zero mark, but then again
began to moderate. The weather began
to gradually get colder yesterday after
noon and slbout 9 o'clock last night a
fierce cold gate drove people indoors at
at a nearly hour. It was by fax the' cold
est weather we have had this winter.
Will be Tendered a Reception at the .
Church TonlsUt. '
Tho new cabinet of the First M. E.
church will be tendered a reception by
the Epworth League at -the church this
evening. A short programme will be ren
dered and refreshments served. The
members of the church tender a cordial
invitation to alL
O. T. Wilder and 3&atthews Married
by Rev. Bubber.
Mr. O. T. Wilder and Miss Ada I.
Matthews were married Wednesday night
at the residence of Rev. A. E. Daubber
515 East Central, Rev. Mr. Dubber per
forming the ceremony. Both bride and
groom are popular young people of this
IS PRICE OF THE REEX BLOCK.
ItIs Secured by Or. J. W. Kirkvrood
as an Investment
Dr. J. W. Klrkwood is the purchaser of
the Green block on West Douglas avenue.
It was seoured from IsraeJ Bros, for
$6,500 and was bought as an investment.
The block is a good one and was erected
several years ago. It has three stories
and the upper iloors are fitted in suites
of rooms used by families. The front'
rooms are fitted up as offices and are
used as such.
The Investment will undoubtedly be a
good one as Douglas avenue property is
constantly in demand.
ATTORNEY DOUGHERTY ILL -
Confined to Mis Home With an Attack
of La Urippe.
Attorney J. V. Dougherty is seriously
ill at his residence, 1204 North Washing
He has been feeling indisposed for sev
eral days but continued his professional
duties at his office ln the Sedgwick
block until yesterday morning, when he
was unable to appear. His physicians are
of the -opinion that Mr. Daugherty is
suffering from an attack of la grippe
Mr. Daugherty has been connected with
the Sedgwick county bar for the past
. MARRIAGE LICENSES
.Judge iEaymakcr issued, Three Per
In the probate court yesterday the fol
lowing marriage licenses were issued: A.
J. Oondit, Houston Texas, and Miss Lute
Adams, Wichita; Hiram Norcross and
Miss Kathryn Flndley of Wichita; John
LaJbuar and Miis. Lena Sharkley, of New
ton. .' '
"Ten Nights in a Bar Room" as played
by Busby Bros.' big company, gives the
public an interpretation of this famous
drama never before seen at the Crawford
theater, when two performances will be
given Saturday, December 29, matinee
and night Busby Bros.' grand revival
of "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" is a
production which has everywhere proven
a sensation unparaflelled in the history
of the drama. The sobs and tears of
sympathy from, auditors of all sexes and
ages who come to witness this truthful
picture, are evidence of its wonderful
dramatic power. Over 100,000 persons,
heads of families, members of churches,
all interested in the great propogatiun
of the great principles of temperance,
have borne testimony to the lifelike de
lineators of follv, misery, madness and
crime, caused by the brutal, dis;rutinj
and demoralizing vice of drunkenness.
"The Prisoner of Zenda" is a veritable
panorama of life pictures painted by that
creative genius, Anthony Hope, who 13 '
thoroughly familiar with every phase
and df tail of the subject he handles. The
great succo'?s of this wonderful romance
lies in the reality and vitali'y of its
characters. They are not idealistic fan- ,
tasies, but actual living persoanges, who
move, speak and act in perfect harmonv
with the romantic suggestion of the au
thor's purpose. The com.n; production
of fhis faor'te drama i promised as onu
of exrent.nal merit. Thf-re will be two
performances of this well known drama
at the Crawford theater Xw Tear's dav
Sale o? c-aU for both performances open
Situnljy at Howe's Jewelry st re
Mizie Trtmnull the Da"tful li'f'e
Mubrette who made a big h:t ir. a prom
inent Xew York produt-rn tv o years
ago i rnrkin? a great surce hi f-i-sn
in OrM-'es H. Koyfs ''vival of his
mot stict s-f'il farce comd, "A Bras
Mirlcv" Phe i plaving th part of
"Barrage " the daughter cf the vil'aee
Jonah. This piece will be presented in j
this city at the Crawford theater Friday.
January 4. for the first time. It is one '
of the most meritorious and Important
pr'duction to be seen here this season,
and Mis Trumbull's success In the part
of "Baggage" will prove of more than
passing interest to theater patrons who -delight
in pure fun. .
Thftt "Way Twn East" as pr--durd
hv W'.i'iam A. Brady wi'l become immor
ti'ixed ern an asurfd --r:a-ntv. and.
5 ke "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and "Rip Van .
Winkle." will 'ive in the hLtiry r.t tre
stage when rh suctrass's of today are
long pa-'t forgrtten.
Lew,' M"rrisin corrp'e ar.1 osa!
production of "Faust"' i bran-J aw :h s
season, many modern ar.i up-to-date
electrical and mechanical dv:cs b:ng
mu-d!i"d epcially so in t-e fatno-js
Brockea 9n and t?e be ;t.-j: sririn-sT-!-sr
ii f- s-T.d set. It v . if
seated :.i i s c ty in a v-r -.- -t ..
fsvVTA LAP. COrNTT EXHIBIT
Ran; a rra Cmrtity T-r Th
C: fvr.ia at Sa-J-i V -- -
rafer:rjr a . isr ri-it"-' .-
hii.- & Ti' ' 'sa'k, r:; ' . -lrwng
a co-w. t.-1i-5 ' l.r "3 -.
trnb'to i-l the stss et ih sipnrer Th
imrsfr says wn cf his ""- t! U
t- V iSi- nTidr!:-.' -t
P!Tj'-J''pvU. sUt & in tvaaRae "fty,
aad c visitor alwjjra acd vls. mor
as it is the finest rolling educational fair
ever ln our city. The county makes the
small charge of ten cents to everyone,
large and small. Fay them a visit.
SHAKER CONCERT COSCPANT
Ladies' Souvenir night at Toler Audi
torium tonight. Every lady will be pre
sented with a valuable and useful souve
nir. The company will appear to "Sena
tor McPhee." This is one of thqtr star
farces. The entire company of twelve
will appear and a special program to
suit the ladies has been arranged. New
songs and dances are promised by Brooks
& Carr, Armond & Mueller, Woods A
Woods, "Hurry Elmore and Jimmle Junior.
There will be some special presents dis
tributed in addition to those above men
tioned. Admission, 10 cents; doors open
at 7:80; seats free.
On. Saturday afternoon a special mati
nee will be given tor children. Every
child will receive a present and the ad-mi-Mon
is only 5 cents. Doors open 2
o'clock p. m.
Keep the bowels active if you would
P" serve your health. A dose of
PRCKLT ASH BITTERS now and then
does this to perfection.
liKAL ESTATE TK IVSWEit j.
(Furnished by th Wichita Abstract
and Land company. H. M. DuBois, Ab
stractor, Court Houe. "Phone Stt.)
Ida E. Swentzell to Emma Brown,
26 and 2S Water street, Block 3,
Highland additi n 50
Arkansas Valiey Tv.wn and Land Ox
t J. S Saunders, 51-100 at an acre
more or lees northwest quarter
8-2S-4 wet, being part of said quar
ter sertin formerly platted as lots
1". 11. 12, block 3S, Cheney IS
Xf rth American Trust Co. to Wm.
A. Hayn-s, 73, 75 Douglas. 3Sng-
ni-t W Pr-ey ti Wlllet S. Brown,
4.". 47 Central, Stephen's
L-.r-y A Moire to H. Steinouchel,
glr.nin? southwest corner 171
Mark, Hyie & FerreH s, thenca
wn ITT feet, north 75 feet, east 137
feet south 75 fet to beginning.
:Oso trat beginning southwest
comer 14S Market, Hyde Ter
rell's, west 137. north S9. east 1Z7.
south "50 to bec'nnmg; also begin
ning northwest corner 1 Court.
r-rignal town, east 137. north 43,
west 1.T7. south 43 to beginning....
I.tv A Morse tc H. Steinboobel.
Edward Roach to Charlas O. CWe,
IIS and 135 Mosiey. and odd Jt to
119 Washington, all in Viol
S.lmu! A Gutterson to Helen F0rd
ham, l'7 Drjglaji avenue, Hyde's
J W Hare r- H J. ErdwaUi. aorth
east quarter Z-H-2 east ...-
C R Miller t-s M. W. Dorey, I7-
1 Lawrence. Lee's
Co O Mrr!man ta Jfra. Tlorwatf
Ttwr.g. Emporia, J. R. lld'--
Grjre O Merrman to Mr. Kattie
LAwrenc-, p-'-ath 4aif lt 19 To
peka. J. R- Mead ..-
Jf-ha Haaimers to Wa ST. ifr-:?-l
Market. orfgSnal tawn .... .
Jrh Comria to 3 H F1teher.
C C & 6. , Cevelaost
fi--tn ft ...
K&r! S(lDbch! V Jlm
(iem Pairp ao4 Ca Lw Kmy JP. Y
',--ra -X!v tneBK.a baa bean ai
a- : c-'Z-i iirtneer and has fo-nd i:
.tr, ir.j-rtcsa. iivi sa4 vsi
p aages of yar GKAIN-O. taw arlalt
.a: take -in ta- Ta, aba fi5
- z.-ca l:'r J.r &rtf aad tar aa
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A ' . O tery m . I aja '.
aid. Toors rM9ettUOr.
TKeir letters a.re on file in. Mrs. PankHam's
office, sund prove tKis statement to be
a fact, not sl mere boast. . Women
mtit take into consideration. tKis greet
t.nd "unequalled record v Ng
Overshadowing, indeed, is the success of Mrs. Pink
ham's medicine. Compared with it all other medicines tor
women are experiments.
Why has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
accomplished its widespread results for good?
Why has it lived and thrived and done its glorious
work for a quarter of a century r
Simply and surely because of its sterling worth. The
reason no other medicine has even approached its success is
plainly and positively because there is no other medicine
so good for woman's ills.
These important facts when you ask for a bottle of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at your druggist's : If
the clerk asks you to take "something else," telling you
that it is "just as good" or "much better" to be better,
it must have cured more than 500,00x3 women; to be as
good, it must have cured as many as 500,000 women let
him produce his proof! Such a thing is impossible. The
medicine he offers you is only an experiment. All he knows
about it is that he can make a little more profit on it than
he can on what you want.
Don't let druggists experiment on you. Demand the
medicine that you jenow is all right, that has no equal, that
backs all its statements with positive proof. When you
know that no other medicine in the world exclusively for
women has received such unqualified endorsement, is it wise
tQ let a dealer persuade you to buy something else which
he says is "just as good," and all you have in proof is
Wise is the woman who insists upon having
east half northeast quarter and
east half northwest half northeast - ,
quarter 11-26-3 west 60
Mrs. M. A. Marriage Allen to P. A.
Walker, IS- 30 Martinson. Law
rence's 4th no
Jacob F. Stanley to Mary Etta
Chappie, 21 Main, Greiffensteln's .. 1780
Emma H. Rutan to Anson C. Rutan
north 70 feet of lot 11, Park, in the
I., R, A R. sub. of block 1 In Col
lege Hill addition 1
Johs H. Barns to Thos. H. House
lots 48, 60, Main street. Greiffen
steln's add !
F. J .Arnold to Nancy Kearney, lots
1, S, 6, 7 Ida avenue, William's
add ' 1
A. L. Lyman to Morton R. Davis
lot 1 and ae quarter no quarter 3.
, 8w LlOt
James Grimsley, to Chicago, Kansas
& Western Railroad company ell
that part of nw quarter awstlon 4.
83 23 2vr, lying north of a line 80
feet perpfndleuiarly distant from
south of and parallel to center line
of main track C. K. W. Ry .... 3
Bunell J5no Investment Co., to i
Charles O. White lota odd 1 to .
epaullng street. Riverside ... 1.3
J. D. Burnett to Geo. A Wilson, ba
ginnlng 30 ft north of irw comer lot
130 Darcey, town of Bantley.
thence north (SS feet east 2SM ft;
south 466 west 30.3 to beginning;
said tract being a portion of va
cated part of Bantley comprising
H to ta Dacey and 95 to 137 Har
rison and north half of Harrison
shotting to 127 and in Main and
adjoining 123 Dacey and 127 Harri
son in town of Bontley 100
Barouei M. Brmrn. to llsworth Brown
se quarter 33L. 27 3w , 2.)
F H. Robertson to Peter HnnJngs
coimnencinc nw corner 1M Watr
street Grelffanatadn'a Third addi
tion; thence south It ft, e 1W ft. n
4C; w 140 to beginning l.TW
Erastua P. Jewell et al executors of
Xapolon O. Gala estate to C. O.
Price all lot 333 and 15 ft off
south afoV 328 Topeka avenue, C
L. Davidson's add 15
Kansas National Bank to Hartford
Western Land Co.. kt U, 25. 37,
LawTeoca avenoe. Union add 19)
Frank H. Mathews to J. Q RV
ertson lots K3 325 Waoo aren'i.
Iewellin's add ....... 1
Ida E. Swtxiito Mary . Mf'.a
lots S3. 25. V. M Watr bik 4.
Cornelia & Brown to Jam- R. Via-
cent lots Y aat of Moe'oqr ave j
Abbotts add. which are kxatd an
WaabJrjrt'n -'A oim ( asd 3
Wmsh!nron. Hersian's -d . -
W W Min'Ji to R. A Ras-iaiL all
and n Half 4 Cbutch '.-iJnl
town In all 46 ft ...
W W. mmrat. to Hn rollr
tf7 Water, orknna! fnf!
Robert Htrtehinaon tlj;iwi J. HJa
by eom, 9KS ft north mrA 3 ft
of aw act. nw quarter t 37. 1 .
then Me ft. n V a, w 14 ft-
as tx la faanaHnaT
Lottie t Brtbt to J. B n&s-
j Vets tm, 371 Fourth Av . Ferrtil
i 8oond a4 .
' J L. Bavr4 to R. L KTit;''i "
7 m T'-ka yr.a. Etrr&
j TaaW add , U
Wipjaes I. Baa fW.1L Xarrtaa;-
i " . '
ytr aa4 Mr Ja H Bt7 sft sr
y.nt.xrt gunoay vt M Vrnr
ater. Mrs. t-a-rt at her lb-few r,r SK
jofc M Sfra. Bmr wsti mmUV i
9i. Joaaas tarnt foor ar4w
f 'Wl-r-J. TMnLY-r ' ! JfS
'. sr Ma'.nac wbar . -!-! "
"oiii ar'h hr gran icf-' V.' "
I Mra a. L. tMmtammr. a aar - M-'.
TV HEALTH Br
-O Ee Jrx
cirir in a z
tir. I. P. Campbell was In
j yesterday on business.
H. J. Alderdioa uf Udwxtar. u
tb city yaaterday oUllng oa fruoda
Miss Clara Bowman arrived rrocn Kaja.
sas City this morning t visit har paranttf
MUa Gertrude Martin of Laon is m ::
city t-T a few days visiting har brcm?.
) Fred Martin.
I Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rodolph npmJt
ChrUtmaa with Mr. lUkiolBb of Nrta
' Topeka avenue.
I Mr. C. F. Hyde, prwddaat of um 9ala
Bank, of O-lwich, was ia thm city ra
I terday on business.
i Mr. John Murphy, cashi rcf tha Ftrt
(National bank of Entd.. aa la tha di-f
yaaterday on bualna.
Mra B oa. Allen Ir ftrtoasly 111 at ,v i
home of hr son. Jhn Ai.ea. at N .SZl
North Topka avenua
Dr. H. J Bntriken r Enid, o T.
stopped over batwncn xmrat to vtsit : H
C B. Tale a4 family.
Mr. Albert Haya. asi' tor tba Santa,
Fe at Akron, apanrt f'5ir;'ma day wit hi
his mother, Mrs. D Kay.
Mrs. Sarou'l Watt of '-tnogo. Mo 'a
tha gaeat of Mr. Wm Tmaa and .-.-Ily
of 25 R!frvtw n.
UUm Jesnntt and K Tinom K"f
Of Caldwil are vUit.nr Va Mart jio
J ner of 5CJ N rth T'-p'-k vnu
' Mfa Fyl r-jjiran a?id M'a IJaai r-.--j
kin, slatT of . DunkH i- vlaina Mr
1 Harriet 'Jdoroua-h. n j Chny
Mr. Harry SiohJar. who i travii'vg
glove bo m over wwcni territory
tn the d;v peniir,g .- ft wdjra wJ'
Boardn-.an JnKh. cah?' ?f tha ' o
naaeiio f'-sr'y fttat Itar a. mf ' r,jJw-
wm vf ir.g anvnc U fer,kr
Misa ?tn Hall, dau-'r o Mr 1
Mra J rtin HUL Wa K bai -' ?
to br bd with a hri,4 a
pniiO!:i, now a.i " fe ab-.- .
Mr. a-1 M-. C U t.-S -.'r'a.'-.'
last n-'rv' t thir ent byvasa "
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