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THW!CmTAs DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KA5SASrtHCfRS0AY MORNING, JtfNE 17, 188.
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V.. M. MURDOCH. Editor.
THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 17.
SEDGWICK COUNTY REPUBLICAN
The llcpublican county convention to
elect delegates to the state convention will
be held on Juno 19tb. at 2 o'clock p. m.
The primaries to elect delegates to said
county convention will be held on the 17th
Jay of June. The polls will bo opened at
the primaries in the country from 2 p. m.
until 4 p. m., and in the city from 4 p. m.
"itil C p. m.
The lsi vtrd wll bo entiled to 12
Tho 2d 8
The 3d 9
Tho 4th 11
The 5th 5
Jlinncha township will be entitled to...... 2
Park cast of river 2
Park wost of river. 4
Vallev Center 6
"Gront - 7
Eaj;Ie . 4
Union ..................... ........... ........ 4
Erie - -
Grand River 2
Garden Plain 4
Delano , '
Pavne - 2
Sslcm , 4
Attica - 4
Sherman - 2
3L S. Rochelle, Setfy.
E. 15. Jt.ni-.il1. Chairman.
Topcka is in the mfd9t of a gracious
religions revival. May the goo J work
Gen. John A. Logan has signified
his intention o be at Bismarck Groo
July 5 (G. A. It. day). lie will deliver
the address of the day at 11 a. in.
The skies arc beginning to lower
oyer the Republican parly in Kansas.
Yos, but the clouds arc big with
blessings and will break in copious
showers on our heads.
Gen. Hiram S. Sleeper, a prominent
Ivan san in the early days, died at Kan
sas City Friday. At the close ot the
war he published tho Leavenworth
Conservative for a time, and after
wards removed to Brooklyn, where
fiis homo was at the time of hi9 death.
As shown from the statemput made
by Representative Hiscock of New
York, Tuesday, tho result of Demo
cratic retrenchment and reform in tho
public expenditures for the current
fiscal year will be a largely increased
deficit. Tho statement was made up
from the books in the treasury depart
ment and is presumably correct.
Alter all, the rigors of list winter
were not as destructive to cattle in
terests as has been thought. Cattle
men in tiie western part of the fitatc
ha-c discovered from the roundup
that cattle which they supposed were
lost arc all right and in fine condition
Thousands of cattle that it was
thought had perished mcroly drifted
and will be in good condition for Inll
There i-ecms to bo an epidemic of
journalistic declinations. Here comes
tliel'liilailtlphia Times, tcfusing the
nomination for the governorship of
of Pennsylvania, as ottered by pome
admiring' fellow join nalisth to Colonel
JdcCIuro. This is quick ami positive
work. But will Colonel John A. Mar
tin, oT the Atchison Champion, refuse
a nomination this fall? Well, wo think
not. And would Colonel D. It. Anth
ony or Marsh Murtlock decline the
honor? Well, hardly. K. C. Times.
There is no sort of likelihood that
the Time journalist will cither accept
or decline such a manifestation of con
fidence from his pirty or state, tor tho
reason that such hut wc iorbcar; our
friend and brother jour, is now placed
hors dn combat bvan assassin's bullet,
and the Kagi.k is too courageous to
fclrikc a fellow when he's down.
The Democrats in congiess ara m a
quandary. Tho hungry horde are
clamoring for more oflicfs and bigger
salaries, but their representatives m
rongrcss see that to gratify the de
mands made upon them will bo to so
largely increase the expenditures of
tho government that their make-believe
concern for retrenchment and
reform' will dissolve like morning
mists when the balanco sheet is cx
posod. So, in order to make at least
a show of sincerity they arc trying to
retrench at the expense of salaries al
ready ficd by law. Of course this ac
tion will raise, is raising, a howl, and
persisted in will bring on war in the
camp of the faithlul. Verily, the
yawning divergence is hourly grow
ing and must soon become irreconcila
ble. It pains ua, but wc must bear it
n vcar or two.
To the hiillor of the Kacl.
Nothing haiug been noticed in the
IlvoiiK from our town for some time,
I take the liberty to write you a few
Wc- still enjoy a rapid and substan
tial grow th.
The members of the Christian
church i.-ue the rock all on lbs
ground for the erection of their
church building. The mniu building
will bo GSxG5.
F. A. Burress will oon move into
hiR new residence oa Scvy street, hav-.
ing just about completed it.
Miss Mary Harrovcr has just moved
into her new headquarters, now occu
pying a building entirely by herself,
with her large stock of millinery.
Howard Soule left Monday for hi
former home at Brighton, Mich., to
visit his father, whom ho has not seen
for twelve years.
Marr's boys did not open out their
pool room yesterday, haing heard
the sfceritl was coming out that day to
"pull"' their pool table.
C. A. Whitbcck is now taking steps
to join with the Bank of AnDalc and
put up a large brick store-room.
Last Tliunday, as per previous ar
rangements, the Mount Hope Gun
club came to this place to shoot off a
match with our gun club here, condi
tions being sixty pigeons for each
club, aud sis shooters for each club.
The Colwich club was expected, but
have since ascertained they got
scared out. Dr. Dwight, S. M. Johns,
II. I. Franc, James Fisher, James
Whitbcck and Henry Whitbcck were
the Mount Hopo shooters, and C. A.
Whitbcck, C. S. Watson, G. W. An
dcrsou, C E. Burress, Peter Gorges
and Frank Anderson were oar shots.
At the end of the score our club had
broken 47 and Mount Hopo 40 out of
60. Clay pigeons were shot at, eight
een yards rise, and an angle of thirty
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degrees; after which all the members
of both clubs repaired to tho Carson
restanraut, where an elegant supper
had been prepared and all did it am
ple justice. Tho Mount Hope boys
went home happy, but a great deal
Our little city's repntatiou was
also at stake Saturday last, in
a base ball game between the Itivec
side club near Pope'a ranch and tho
AnDalc club. A large crowd wit
nessed the plaj ing which was exciting
and close. At the e,ud of nine innings
AuDale had 1G ami Riverside 11. An
other supper was then given the Riv
AuDalo makes this challenge to any
j;un or ball club on the Eagle line: Wc
will play you, or shoot with you, at
clay pigeons, at any time, for any
reasonable prize a:.d the glory of
whining. If anybody desires to in
augeratc a match, .write to F. V. An
derson, secretary of gun club or to
Robort Pierce, captain hall nine.
Our friend and neighbor, Thomas
Harper, died of consumption at Pueb
lo, Colorado, Saturday, wheic he had
gone for bis health. His remains
were shipped o:ckto this point for
C. W. Carpenter's baby died last
Thursday at Wichita, and vas buried
in ttic cemetery northeast of here,
Miss Mary Boch met with a serious
and painful accident Sunday, while
returning from St. Marks, where the
had been to church, the driver let the
team gel a little the start of him and
one line broke, leaving them at the
teams' inercj'. During the runaway
and excitement Miss Boch fell out of
the buggy and her right shoulder wa3
broken, besides receiving several
other injuries. More auou.
On Be Jovrci..
To the Editor of tho Easlc.
Our town still grows. Mr. Lond
oiislagcr has creeled a large and com
modious hotel. It is in full blast.
A contract for the parsonage is tak
en and it will be built soon. A new
minister is in our midst (Rov. Myers)
in consequence of the circuit being too
large; Rev. Hull taking tho west part
near his home. Preaching and Sab
bath school every Sunday.
Our good people have agreed to
build a school housa before the fall
term. Hope wc may be fortunate in
getting a good, true teacher.
Mr. McCullough's lumber yard has
many calls a good indication of bus
iness. Mr. At. veil will manufacture bed
springs. Wc also have a fruit agent stationed
here: fruit is one of the luxuries ot
Wo hope to have a "initinec' in
tho near future, as I understand the
music pupils arc progressing rapidly.
Trades and professions are making
our town, though wc cannot boast of
eiihor larjer or doctors do not
quarrel nor fight to employ the for
mer; unfortunately for tho doctors
wc live in a healthy place, not apt to
contract any disease, except real es
tate, that will battle the skill of any
Several of our neighbors hnv taken
advantage of the excursion c.tsl. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Rhodes, Mr. Samuel
Loudcn-iagcr and Mrs. Chainl.crlin
have gone to visit old homes in Ohio
Mi-. Etnina Rcilly presented iter
litisband with a babe -bless tiie babes,
they arc arc to make our country.
Mr. Londoiislagcr had a visit from
his brother, of Ohio. He came with
a view to locate.
Mi-s P.rjlcriswsitiug tiie home of
Mr. Spitlcr, aii intelligent, fine-looking
Wc have had some refreshing show
ers: too late for the wheat and oats,
but the corn fields look grand. Har
vest is upon us. Mr. Fritz's reaper is
singing the harvc-t song. Gardens
aic growing nicely. Small lruit com
ing in abundance.. Tho wind is blow
ing, but wc cannot live without it.
I.I.N a L. M.
To the EJitor of tho Easle.
As wc have not seen any gleanings
from Goddard for a long time in the
Eau: wc thought wc would send yon
some, and if thoy find favor in your
sight wc may send tome more of them
if ou wish it.
Lost Sunday was "Children's Da"
at thoM. E. church, and it was appro
priately observed with a shot t address
by Rev. Beach, songs, recitations and
concert reading by the school. After
these exercises a collection was taken
up to assist poor Christian boys and
girls to get an education and $4.50
was raised from the Sunday school
Children's day will be observed b
the Bethel Sunday school next Sun
day. Mr. Chris White of Wichita stayed
overnight at, Goddard last Friday
and went down to his farm Saturday
Uncle Johnny IToflnnn lately re
turned from Illinois with a bride and
looks as happy as a big suutlowcr.
Mr. Low Henderson took unto him
self a better halflast Saturday, so wo
Mr. A. J. Smith of Illinois, Mr.
Iluflran's step-son, is visiting in this
Mr. John McGritT of Garden City,
was in Goddard last week.
Mrs. Coleman aud children of Gar
den City, are here visiting friends and
Mis Florence Craustoa returned to
Wichita today after spaudiug more
than a week here with friends.
Mr. II. B. Brockaw has returned
from his western trip.
Miss Nettie WykotI is spending a
few weeks with her sister in Kingmau
county, and Dee has a far-away look
as though somebody was gone.
Mr. John Huffman, Jr., of Wichita,
spent Sunday in Goddard.
Mr. Salisbury, our stock buyer,
shipped a carload of fat cattle
aud one of hogs today.
Miss Vanlloru will dose her term of
school at Goddard this week. The
children will have some exercises.
Miss VsnUorn ha? given general sat
isfaction to the patrons of the God
Mr. Eli Benedict and Uncle Doc
Milter, of New York City, started
last Thursday oa a trip to Southwest
Kansas, "No Man's Land,'' aud the
Pan-handle of Texas, to look at the
land and cattle prospects, and maybe
to locate a cattle ranch. Yours, trul v,
Tho following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of register of deeds
MAKaytoMEHaus.lots 34,36, S
Heade ave, Itaniora & Kay's ad... 250
Arkansas Valley town and land co to
J D Wolf, commencing s w cor 8-27
4w, thence o 1320 ft, n 600, w 1320,
s 6C0 1
0 Herron to J H Kussell, lots B ond C
Market st, Paulin'a add 700
R O Helvert to G A Hall, lots 13, 14,
Hubert's add 1600
W A Allen to Z Tuttle, lots 2, 4, 6, 8,
Emporia ave, sub dlv.reserve, Wills
ave and reserved A and B in Eagle
GALakics to CA Kadd, lot CO
Court st 200
1 D Olive to M E Minier, lots 13, 14,
blk 12, Grant ave, Allen & Smith's
Caroy Park Land Co to E Do Long
lots C6, GS, 70, 72, blk 7, Carey Park 10C0
J Kinsley to E Do Long lots C, 8, Lau
ra arc, Koenig's add 4500
W C Binson to G O Merriman lots 18,
20, Ida ave, Lincoln st add - ... 1000
J Sievcr to J T Waddington ne or 17-27-lw
W Mathowson to L Benitel lot 17,
Washington ave, Mathewson's 2nd
S A Bockwell to S Dunkin lots 33, 35,
Waco st, Sherwood's add 1C00
A Katz to S Dunkin lots 01, 93, Water
tt, Grciuanstein's 5th add 1800
W Greiflenstein to L T Piatt lots
1012. 1014. 101G. 10J8, Llewellenav,
GreifienUein's 8th add 800
E 15 Allen to N P Shull lots 13, 15,17,
19, 21, Cleveland ave, Allen's add 1250
ST Pratt to JE Hume, lots 1042,
1044, 101G, 1043, Lswcllcn ave,
Greiffenstein'a 8th add 1300
J EHume to S A Toshwell, lots 1042,
1044, 101G, 1048, Lewellen ave,
Greiuenstcin'sSth add 1500
A A Hyde to S A C-Tcrman.lots 17,19
Pattie ave, Lincoln stadd 250
A A Hvde to W C Kobinson, lots 18,
20, Ida ave, Lincoln st add 200
U Schweitcr to J W Kansome, lots
49, 51, 53, 55, Laura &vo, Lincoln st
H Schweiter to M Ransome, lots 49,
51,62, 55, Pattie ave, Lincoln st
M A Kay to M A Hobson, lots 173,
175, 177, 179, Mead ave, IUnsomo
& Kays add
H Schweitcr to A L Thomas, lots'C5,
G7, 09,71,73, 75, Laura ave, Lin
coln st add -
H Schweiter to M F Smith.lots 62,64,
GO. G3, Laura and Lincoln st add.
II Schweiter to H H Maxwell, lots 78,
80, 82, 81, 8G, 88, Pattie av, and 58,
CO, Laura and Lincoln st add 00
W B Jones to F L Tillinghast, lots 3,
4, 6. G, blk 3, Chatauqua add 8000
II Schweitcr to D O Beam, lots 77, 79,
SI. S3. S5. 87. Laura and Lincoln st.
B W Aldrich to W J Drown, undivid
ed hflot 34, Msin it 550
J U Uackelt to U W Alunch, lot 34,
Main st 13000
H IJ Butler to W E Beeves, lots 78,
SO, 82, 81, 8G, 88, 90 and 23 ft n sido
lot 92, Butler and Fisher add 1000
G L Bouse to E L Ebcrly, lot 29, blk
G, Washington av add - 35
C E Monteomery to A Knight, lot 4,
blk 7, Collcno Hill add 750
A C Niederiander to C E Montgomery,
lot 4, blk 7, College Hill add 1200
W P Johnston to W P Harvey, loU
270, 272, 274, Main st, Hyde's add... 700
G Koch to I) Koch. lots 2, 3, blk 5,
G O Merriman to J G Montague, lots
14, 1G, Ida ay. Lincoln add 200
C II Hunter to E C Smith, lots 1GC,
153, Ellis av. IJurr's add 200
II T West to W Home, lots G and H
Lawrence av, Plummcr's add G50
T W Do Yore to T V Grenes, lots 9,
11,13,15,17, 19. 21.23,25,27,29,
31, Second st, DaVore's add 1G00
Carey Park land co to W P Hartey,
lot3 73, 75, 77, 79, Mk 5, Carey
:S Woods to U A Brown, lots 10,
12, Wocost 2400
G O Merriman to II Selnsviter, undi
vMcdhf interest !'. 9, It, 13, 15.
29, 31, ?.S, So, IVvti" irt-, Lincoln st
add, nUo.lT, 59, Hydraulic nij ii
sima add 720
M A ICav to .1 Gtrl"r, lous 10r,, 10,
110, 112, U-tis M ic Hai. kiM
J II Whitney to J 11 GriM'l'f, in
mynoin!; 192.5 ft n jf w r-r !! 5,
19, 22, 1c. tliwicM 47 fts 4G7, i
110, w to sii.lh liink .f tiie Arkan
sas rivtr, v. aloiu bull: sif lirtr to
n e cor of on" acre oflind blung
ing to J II GnnV'if, il'i fC cir
mii! lind, w 209 (', a G5 JV to pUcc
of begiiinins .,
J Kimmtrlo to J IVill, lot S3. Jlend
av Depot rdd.
L IT LhUds t" C A BudiJ, lot CO,
Court et ' ......
J Koenig to E lK-Long, lots 2, 4,
Laprcnco & e, Kocr.ig's add
It A Sanky to .1 NicboUon, lots 35, 37
39, 41, Mo;eley ave, Sankv and
McCnll add ".
A Kline to .1 Nicholson, n hf lot 7,
blk 4, PornV add
V V Graves to J Longmire, commenc
ing 1022 ft w and 33G ft s of no cor
nw or 22-27-le; w 135 ft, n 296 ft,
elC5ft,n29Git, Butler and Fish
II B Xindson to J F Puliian lots 120,
12S. Market Et. Lee's add
E N Smith to X E Bsvcs lots 45. 47,
Lulu ave. Hvda's add -
A M Waesam to J Morse lot 115,
M A Kay to L P Bcynclds lots 117,
119. 121, 12J, ilead ave, JUnson &
Tako notice that tho partnership of Gan
dolfo A Kossi has been this day dissolved by
mutual consent, J. E. Gandolfo nssuminjr
all liabilities, and h the only oi.q cf taid
firm authorized to collect bills due it
Dated st Wichita Juno 15, 1SS6.
. A. Kossi,
d2t-3t J. E. Gan-dolfo.
Wichita Corner Lota
Appear but little inducement to tho people
of Wichita and Sedgwick county, when
compsred with tho bargains offered at tho
grocery houso of llogers & Adams, at cor.
of Douglas and Lawrenco avenues. Wo
have purchased this mammoth stock of gro
ceries nnd arts now selling them out at less
than cost. This entiro stock must be sold
within twenty days regardless of prices.
This is no advertising scheme. Wo mean
business and the goods must go. Call at
once and secure a supply of choice grocer
ies whilo you can get them at your own
Trice & Korris
Successors to Itogers & Adams, corner
Douglas and Lawrence aves. dJl-Ct
Are you Going to Travel!
If so, cxamino tho nice Pullman and com
bination caps at Goldstandt's. A nice as
sortment of trunks and traveling bags, col
lar and cuff boxes on band. d22-lt
Great Clearing Sale cf Millinery.
The timo has arrived for reducing our im
mense stock of millinery. From this dto
we will sell anything ia tho millinery line
at wholesale prices. Uats and flowers in
tho wholesale department will be closed out
at cos- Our prices will defy competition.
Parting wishing anything in tha millinery
should not allow this opportunity to pass.
Our goods are all first-class and new.
d'22il Mrs. A. Ktmuec
Next door to posloffice.
At lowest rates and
ready for borrowers
AT ONCE !
S. W. COOPER,
37 Main 3t.. Wichita, Kan.
IB. KI. SjRCrW3r:
Douglas Avenue, Wichita Kas.
Attracts a Crowd
For One Day Only.
The Low Prices which Goods are sold for
Fancy Goods Store.
Attracts crowds of people every
tiful Oil fainting to everyone Duyinir ?o wortn or goods.
-Come and get one before they are all gone.
Enterprise IPancy-Goods Store,
109 DOUGLAS AVENUt.
125 West Douglas Avenue
Closi ng Sale.
In order to retire from business I offer my Large Stock ot
E'W WW . GOODS
Notions, Etc, Wholesale,
lO TO 30 PER CENT.
Less than Regular Prices.
MERCHANTS, AND RETAIL PURCHASERS GENERALLY,
will find it to their interest to examine my stock;
will trade goods for City Property, or good
firming lands. Also offer for rent
Oke of the Best Stores in Wichita,
! 139 MAIN STREET.
JNO. Gb ALLEN.
O. BUGBEE & CO.,
215 WEST DOUGLAS AVE.
Some Special Inducement! in City Property. Some Choice Farms for sale on easy terms
Money Loaned on all kinds of Cnattel Security.
Agents for Western lands in Lane, Scott and Wichita counties, Kan-n.
Money to Loan
City Property, Chattel Mortgages,
AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST BATES. 35TO IDIEL.A.rZ'S.
J. It. HOMJPAY.
J. R. HOLLIDAY & CO,
FcecMsora to MAJOR ft HOI.LinAV, Dealers In
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES,
No. 227 East Douglas Avenue, WICHITA, KAN.
Now is the time to buy
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and laree brick school house
in connection. For further information call
at 611 South Market Street.
B. D. ALLEN ,
ALLEN, GRAHAM & CO.,
SaccMorto Wlchlu Laad tad Lota Co.
Sells Land Places Insurance Make Collections. Taxes Paid for Non
Residents. Correspondence Solicited.
Room 1 Over Israel's Drag Store.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, KAS.
S. D. PALLETT,
N0STEERN AKD S0TJTBEEK PIKE LTJMBEf
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors & Blinds.
ST OfUt and WiaU Pine Ten. vest cxA of DcmgUm rmc JcGaw
Pin Yard across tie street l-tr
day. Remember xre give a beau
BUNNELL & CO.
Lots in this Addition,
O. W. GRAHAM.
C. E. LEWIS & CO.,
Have the Finest Line of
That the eastern market produces, comprising everything that ia
new and desirable in
LOW BUTTON, NEWPORT TIE,
FRENCH KID SLIPPERS, LOUIS XV HEEL SUPPERS,
QUEEN SANDALS. JERSEY LILY,
Ranging in price from 75 cents to $4 50.
We invite the ladies of Wichita to inspect our stock as we buy
And Sell for Spot Cash.
We Can and Do Sell the Best Values for the money Expended-
- C. E. LEWIS & CO.,
110 N. MAIN STREET.
The ONE PRICF, Cash on Delivery Boot and Shoe House.
Now is your time
EVERY LOT WILL HAVE A
PKICES -:- AEE -!- LOW,
Buy before they
Is the Finest Location, the Highest Elevation
and has the Best Water in all Wichita.
Don't Forget; we build you
From Every Lot.
BROWN & COLE, 327 Douglas Ave.
I.. N. WOODCOCK,
Kx-Connt y Trees'r.
WOODCOCK DORSEY & CO,
h state, Abstracts! Loans
Office. Dorsey Building, opposite Court House,
Kansas National Bank
No OO MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL 3ANKIWG A SPECIALTY
x.O'ins jfor.cy at Lowest Hates.
iKwx Siyht Ita.flt on all purtM of Europe,
Bum and Stills unv't and Municipal Bonds,
Pays Interest on 'tine I)tpo;t
isy Aacsr.; of
To Low on MrM RAL H3TATE 'llbtr KAUMS 01 CITY ntC .UTV
3 Conntelicut Rati of Interest. jSgl-
II. VI. I,E7!5. i'rcsuiciit.
Ice ! Ice! Ice!
DEPOT AND OFFICE, - 124 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Ice always on hand at depot.
Orders for Shipment and C'ty Delivery
Promptly attended to. Telepnone No. 128.
SOHN & WILKIN.
S-A.lsT'Z? FE BAKBHT.
Is the placo to get everything kept in a Firat-Claea Bakery.
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Prop's. 144 Main Street
EDWARD VAIL & CO.,
Wholesale aa RcUll Dealer la
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Spectacles, Etc.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired by Skillful Workmen.
Engraving of All Kinds.
X-&5 IgATN" ST.
9. CORBEIT, lTei
jr n. RiciiAEia
WHOLESALE GROCER CO
Jobbers of Groceries and Grocers Fixtures,
SHOW OASES, SC.AT.E9, ETC..
NOS. 233 & 235 NORTH MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KAN.
c x. sTArroE.
STAFFORD, CULVER & CLEGG.
Real Estate and Loan Agents
Oflee saata Me OcmIm Ave, acMatf Stairway wtct af Umet.
to bay Lots in
SIDE WALK TO STREET CARS.
AT YOUR DOOR
a Side-walk to the Street Cars
K. A. DOUSEY.
SA3I'L HOUUK, KOBT. E. LAWHUI.H
A. A. HYDE. CftMiIcr.
II. HI.ACX. . ia-17.
T. r. CtXGW.
Jtiscrjicrcwoa or j
Steam Engines and Boilers !
tC JioeM (MQw ia ax bain U vrirr
AwrntforVf F?it.i iHtm pta ymps,
All klefivyulac ir s4 4
-v. sx.AvOO-. rwotn.
I have a short option on a
few pieces of Business Prop,
ertf, which I consider very
of VACANT PROPERTY in
all directions, Am offering
lots in College 11 addition
which will double in value
Before The Next 90 Days,
I H il HlHWHBqpjMjWt
Residence Property at prices
ranging from Five 1 In ml red Dol
lars to Two Thousand.
Don't fail to examine my list
I Will rafffl n
, "" "
tjroous on uougias Avenue lor a
few day. Tins is a rare cbance
N, F, NIEDERLANDER
. DOUGLA8 and TPEKA
are worth the
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