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Jpe mtcfoifci ailii gagls: attirdau looming, gitlij 24, 1886.
M. M. MUKDOCK, Editor.
SATURDAY HORNING, JULY 24, 1886.
- st.vtj: ticket.
For Associate Justlre
i D. 21. AI.EXTIXE,
JOHN A. JIAKTIX,
" Atchison county.
For Lieutenant Gom
A. I KIDDLE,
For Secretary of State
K. IJ. ALLEN",
Sedgw Ick county
For State TreaiU it-r
JAMES W. HAMILTON,
" For Auditor of State
Paw nee county.
For Attorney General
s. if. miAUiw.v,
For Superintendent of Piilille Instruction
J. II. LAWIIEAD,
HON. X. 3IORMLL.
Itrow n county.
H0N E. II. FUXSTOX,
fehan nee county.
Cullison City is the supposed terminus,
for the present year at least, of the Wichita
& Western raihvsvy, which is now being
rapidl' pushed from Kingman west. Cul
lison is located in the western part of Pratt
county and it is expected that the railroad
will reach that point by October. Mr.
Clarence V. Kinney, who established the
Cullfcon branch a week Ijcforc the town
was laid out, was in Wichita yesterday. lie
informs us that the people of that llourish
ing town sue looking forward to the time
when they can come directly to Wichita's
markets, and that there ib not the lea.st
doubt of our jobbers '.wing able to supply
the merchants of that country as against
Kansas City or airy other city.
A splendid rain fell in that section last
Sunday night, and crops were looking well
when 3Ir. K. left home.
I). J. TURXEK,
CORN JUMPING UP.
If this weather holds for ten days longer
corn " ill make a big jump in juice. In
fact it has already shown signs of gieat un
easiness in the maikets. It is thiee to one
that corn brings fiom fifty cents to one dol
lar a bushel before another crop, right here
in Wichita, w hich fact farmers now holdin
old coin should consider.
The editor spent Sabbath in Wichita,
meeting several old friends and made sev
eral new acquaintances. Wichita is a good
town and hits pleasant people, but there is a
marked jealousy toward Wmlicld. Win
As solder to bolster up the ambition of
the average Winfcldian such effusions as
the aboc may be all right, but :is a repre
sentative of truth or fact it is nothing short
of peurility. There is no jealousy upon
the part of the people of this town towards
any town in the state, and nobodv ever
heard an- expression which could be taken
as coming fiom any such feeling: Wichita
is a city of the first class, the oniy city of
the first class south of the Kansas river in
Kansas, and w e can't see where the cause
for any jcalohsy could come in. Winficld
so far as Wichita is concerned, might and
mav claim the w hole earth.
the common carrier has no right to discrim
inate between competing points. It is im
possible to do so unless mileage governs.
It is beyond question that a dollar invested
in a railroad between St. Louis and Kansas
City should not have a greater rate of in
terest when engaged in hauling freight be
tween St. Louis and Kansas City, than a
dollar invested in a railroad between Chica
go and Kansas City when engaged in the
hauling busines between those-Joints. The
southwestern railway association iustities
the basis of its rates by a pretentious
regard for the lobbers of Chicago.
claims that the rates should be as they are,
so that the west shall have the benefit of 1
Chicago and St. Louis eompctiou. Com- j
missioner Mingley loses sight of the fact J
that in giving Kansas the boon of Chicago
competition lie is taxing the consumers and
producers of Kansjis to a considerable ex
tent: Kansas City deems a further discussion
of the question with the raihvavs useless,
and evidently intends to try conclusions '
with them in the coming legislature. 1 1
THE C. WOOD DAVIS BO AD.
From thi Cheney JournaL
C. Wood Davis, of the Chicago, St. Jo
seph and Ft. Worth railrbid, was in Che
ney last Saturday, having come so far as
was learned on private business. In con
versation as to the railroad prospects of
this vicinity, embracing a part of five
counties, and especially regarding the move
ments of the C, St." J. 6z F. W., he said
that in its course from Wichita southwest
the road would divide in halves as nearly
It I as possible the territory between the Wich
ita aim esiern anu tne ton scou roaus,
passing through Harper and Anthony.
Propositions to vote bonds to branches of
the road have been submitted
in several townships in the south
ern part of Kingman county, and in
four townships in Reno county. In the
latter county the territory covered by the
propositions is one township on the south
Hue ol the count- near the middle and
three townships in a northeastern direction.
These movements probably indicate the
B. K. BROWN,
Furniture I Jewelry.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, KANS.
think, however, better results can be hud I """! 0I wanencs, one irom me
by an amicable adjustment of the matter. ! nmm lme ?ai !,m Pomt m the south
True, the railroads declined to make any I ra P"rt ? Sedgwick county mid the other
change, evidently for thereason that the ai- Iorm a I)0im er norm ami running m a
sociation controlled every practical route "" unecuon uirougn iviuguuui
between St. Louis and the Missouri river, i county, Hie two branches probably inter-
inf.,.ttiirf..,i.1!,.,Ji t. , t seeling msmeoi mat county, .ur. uavis
nrnbable. .however .ihwwill n.'min r,.r . "dded that the Fort Smith,
L ... , .-. , w. ..... j . w f
to reuse rates, if we can unite the tiffecied t
Northwestern road ought to be within the
SIXTY THOUSAND PLEDGES.
The senate passed the bull butter bill,
and gut -fat will be compelled to bear its
brand, pay its tax in spite of AnnoiinfcCo.,
who flooded the country with private tele
grams begging merchants and bankers to
.stand by their rendering establishment. The
bill seemed to lie passed with no good grace,
but let us be thankful that it passed.
COL. ANTHONY A DELEGATE.
It is natuial to suppose, fiom the position
taken upon the prohibitory liquor question
at the late convention, that our esteemed
friend Col. Daniel I. Anthony, of the
Leacnwoith Times, will go JiS a delegate
at large, from the state of Kansas, to "Mr.
Albert Griffin's Chicago convention. Col.
Daniel would be a potent fat tor in a gath
ering wheie the home is arrayed against the
Francis Murphy and his son have ob
tained (10,000 temperance pledges in Ohio
since last September All this has been ac
complished by the non-partisan gospel tem
perance woik, and politics wasneverspoken
of in their meetings. The third-party peo
ple might learn a lesson from Mr. Murphy,
"As to myself I am not a politician, I
never enteied a political convention to take
part in its deliberations. I have never been
willing to accept a political office. My
office is to save men. I should consider
that just as soon as Francis Murphy allowed
himelf to become a politician and an aspi
eant for office just so soon would his influ
ence and uaefuhiess be gone,
If I should become a politician my influ
ence would be destroyed with many men
who have pei feet confidence in me now-.
A tree is known by its fruits, and I think
the results of the gospel non-partisan tem
perance woik shows its wonderful power in
a remaikable degree."
A SMART ALEC.
Grovcr Cleveland has gotten the agricul
tural department into discouragingly incom
petent hands. Both the commissioner and
statiscian ought to be upon some bottom
farm in Aikansas. In the July report for
that depaitincnt the counties of Kansas are
under the head of Missouri. Coleman the
commissioner is from Missouri and thinks
and talks little else than the greatness of
Norman J. Coleman and the state of Mis-
The people of Newton held a meeting
for the purpose of making arrangements
to in some manner enteitain, briefly, the
diireient Giand Aimy delegations which
will pass thiough that plate en route for
California. The meeting concluded that it
would be impracticable to attempt to feed
the delegations, so it was icsolved that
Newton should decoiate herself, at least the
business houses on Main sheet. No doubt
the ciiy will.be made to look attractive.
The contract Avas let yesteiday to Lngi'
necr N. S. Wo"Is fr the building of a'
.street railway bridge across the Big river.
Capt. Snnth informs us that the bridgp
will be completed and the cars miming m
Jlfty days, and that fair time cars will Ik
i mmig to the grounds awl down Seneca;
sti cei. 1 hi.s str. ct railway line w ill tic tne
wast side more closely than ever and will
piuve a eomenienec for all concerned,
while it will add greatly to property value
on the other side.
cities east and west while we tire trying
to do. The owners and officials of Kansas
roads leading west and southwest from the
.Missouri river have influence with tl e roads
east of the Missouri. Your relations with
Kansas railroad officials are such as will
enable you to induce them to take a part in
the controversy. They should do so volun
tarily, as it is plain that if rates between St.
Louis and Kansas City are reduced, the
farmers, merchants and manufacturers of
Kansas will have the benefit of the revision.
Kansas merchants will save IS 1-2 cents on
first, 12 1-2 cents on second, 11 1-2 cents on
third, 10 cents on fourth and 8 cents on
fifth class, on all goods received from
eastern points. j ne live-stock raisers, in
shipping to St. Louis, or any of the eastern
points named, will " save ,10.r0
per car on cattle, $G on every single deck
car of hogs, and $11.50 on "horses. The
farmers ol Kansas w ill save three and one
half cents on every hundred pounds of corn
oats or hay shipped to St. Louis, or the
east, and live and one-half cents on wheat.
If the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe and
the Union Pacific officials a ill consider
that these reductions will increase their
business materially without any reduction
in their rates, they will not hesitate to ad
vocate mileage or at least uige the South
western association to adopt it. Theie is
a peculiarity about raihoad men. They
are generally willing and anxious
to make reduced rates at the expense of
connecting roads. I don't think Kansas
raihoad officials are different, and believe
that if you will call their attention to the
benefits they will derive, you will enlist
them in the cause. In addition to exerting
influence through Kansas railroad officials,
1 trust you can onsistently make a formal
request upon Commissioner Midgely for
the adoption of the mileage-basis. Our
Missouri Commissioners contemplate action
in the cac. What they will do is
reach of this place.
E. C. & L R. COLE,
Real Estate Dealers,
329 Douglas av., E. "Wichita,
OPt.-OSITE MANHATTAN HOTEL.
Alto the offlco of the
Carey Park Land Company.
Now i the time to buy lots in Carey Par's: before
E. C. & L. E. COLE,
S3 Douslr-s avenue, Wichita.
Choice Farm and Town Property la Reno county,
at low rates anil ea-y term.
Pioneer -:- Lumber
Or SEEGWICK COBXTY.
Established in 1870.
ASTLE & REGER,
Conseryatorv of J
Corner of Emporia Aietme an William Street,
south of Boivl js A t line.
Director: CATHERINE RUSSELL.
The Oldest and Largest House in the City.
ALDRICH & BROWN,
Wholesale and Retail Bnrats,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, FANCY GOODS, ETC.
In our prescription department none trot the purest drugs, finest
chemicals and most experienced clerks are employed.
ORDERS BY MATT, SOUCITED.
Nos. 138 and 140 Main street, WICHITA, KAN.
How to Secure a Good Light.
Jleecsslzlnir the fact that enstble people, with a due nv.anl sor comfort nmj uitety, will buy th Jot If the
au untogt 5 to be trained are commensurate with the extra est, w e hare completed .VTEnjcemenU
which enable tu to offer, a eiclu.te aijeut, the nmt burning fluid produced.
Reflried bo one of the most nceWuI oil houvw in the country, and the rrownln rroult of tm-ntv tir.
jearH unremitting tudy and experiment. Thl oil, tre Miperlority of whlrh can lv plalnlj ilemVu-
strnted by practical tcoi. 1 colorlexa a.- prinR wtr, remarkablj free from odor, and bum
with a bright, n kite Hame. A a remjlt of It perfect mtmtfaeture it Rhraa crt-ater
light for a iets consumption of oil than any other oil know n. and It use eau
advocated ou the Kore of economy,
HIT i IIS I AIB!S!OILIUITIEILIY I SSAiFiEU
Mid ncrvotw people who have heretofore refrained fiom mine coal olL need hnv o tin fear of PKIIVKCTIO
It took the only me2r.t ct r given at the Cincinnati Kiptition, ov, r alt comix tttor. fornalct j.'SiriftLaiey
and eeouomv. .
Our agent, Col. Lew is 'Weltii.l, delivrn. to the best dealer In the city, any cf whom can npi,Ij you.
JUDGE T. B..WALL.
TO HIS FIRST LOVE.
The dispatcher yolcnlny nioniing tm
nountx'd lht Jacob Stotlcr hal ui'-pOMtl of
his inuitM in the Welliiurtuii Daily Press
unci that he wis going Ittuk to fcmpoint to
take chm"ge of ai newspaper. "Whether he
goo back in Uk interest of one of the old
or of a new papr i- not yet Liio-vvii. ISIr.
S. put in o er a quarter of a century for
Einpoiiii and Lyon county, and while "Wel
lington is now nearly a big a place a Em
jioiia, we yet are not nstouNiicd to ?chs him
retuin to hi, li i t love.
To the Kdltor of the r-igle.
A very niniked improvement in business
and in the real estate trade has been devel
oped here during the pat three months.
While residence and husinos lots that were
almost a drug on the market last year are
now in demand and selling at good prices.
Much of this boom is due to the two new
roads, the Border road from the east and
Aikansas Cit' and the Itock Island from
from AVicliita. Another fact which has
much to do with her present piosperity is
the opening up for farming puipo'-es, dur
ing the pa-t thiee yeans, of a huge amount
of rich territory more or le.s tributary to
this city. A l.-.ige poition of this new trade
has been gathered in by the merchants here,
who carry as large stocks ami vairied :ts
sortment of goods as can be found
in the state. The city has also
been vcr- fortunate in freeing itself
from the rougher element which character
ized its more youthful days, and although
it is yet alarge cattle shipping point, f glit
ing and drunkenness and other features
that aie thought to be liecessiry to a town
of this chis K practically done away with,
and in every respect the town lias been sis
ordeily and 1 expectable as airy in Kansas.
During our la-1 vi-it here your cones
poudent c.illcd on that genial fu'end of the
Eaokh, and the leading real estate dealer
lieie. 3Ir. J. 31 Thomas who infoimcdus
that during the p.'it two months he had
wild over three hundred business and ie.si-
deiice lots in the city of Caldwell aionc,
and the writer also called on Mes-ex. Uar
nanl tfc Talor, another leal estate linn
here, who said als, th;it their sale for the
1 ia;t two week1- had been unusually large,
j The new water works arc about completed
and will le ready for bu&int&s Aurut lo. A .
partial ttt of tin ir power wa- made on
July 3, which proed cry satisftieton-, the
eompam throwing a hea-y stream of water
75 l'etj w ithout any difficulty. Two ho-e
eomjsuries have Ikjcu organized for the bet
ter protection of the city, ;uid the couucil
will olfer ;i prize to the company that
shows the gratet elllciency in c-te of a
The EaglkJs ver- highly pokcn of
since it litis donned its new metropolittin
dress, and :is tm eidence of its popu'arity
among the people of Caldwvll, ity copies,
si"? days in the week, are ample proof. L.
Oflleeand j aids on Jlarket street between Douglas
Avenue and i'ir.st street.
7.1 3KKIM IJUl'OIS,
OflKe on Main street, up second stairway north of the
WICHITA, . KANSAS.
Druggist and Grocers
First Block west of Tremont House.
A WICHITA BANK.
Ione of "Wichita' institutions or enter
prises more cleaily exhibit her undisputed
prosperity and comparative jiresent gieat
iu, than the continually worn statements
of her arious banks Hut a short time
since we called attention to the btateinent&
of our three national hank which led in
their deposit.- and resources any three banks
in any other city in the ttate. Thi- morn
ing will be found the s-tateuient of the (Jili
7en's Hank w hose paid up capital tock is
two hundred thousands dollars, undivided
profits twenty-one thousand dollars and
whose depo-its run up to the magnificent
sum of five huudred and -even thousuul
dollars. This w:is the condition of the
kink tit the close of business last evening
and which no doubt isatifatory toboth its
officers and patrons.
The latest device for swindling fanners
is a powder sold by agents as "Peloueum,"
which is warranted to keep fruit and vege
tables erccn for an indefinite length of time.
The farmer who buys it, however, loses a
large proportion of his greenness with an
From the Wichita Daily Ke-ident.
The Republican Judicial convention,
which assembled at Kingman yesterday to
put in nomination a candidate for judge of
the Eighteenth district, wisely did its duty.
Out of the whole vocabulary of competent
men none, to our knowledge, are better
fitted to grace the bench than the gentle
man nominated, Judge T. B. Wall.
Of his "bility and litness not a doubt ex
ists. As this paper deals with men, not
party, it unhesitatingly indorses the nomi
nation of Judge Wall," aud as will be seen
hoists his name at the masthead of the Res
ident. We do not pretend to be educated to the
extent of being a competent judge of the
fitness of an- man tolill such an important
of lice, in the law sense, but we claim the
title of being a judge of all other requisites
Decenary to fit a man to wear the judicial
ermine, and, its ninety-nine out of eery 100
of the legal fraternity thioughout the dis
trict heaitily endorse Judge" Wall for his
ability, and as a convention of his fellow
citiens, compo-ed largely of the legal gen
tlemen of the district, unanimously anil by
acclamation, nominated him on the fiist
mention of his name, these facts are evi
dence prima facia of his ability, in a legal
sense, while that of a gentleman, being the
peer of any, The Resident will, in the ado
cation of which, "never lay down its arms;
never, never, never."
As stated, we deal with men, with hu
manity, anil wheu we find a man. who is a
man in every sense of the word, that's our
I'o-itioit often elevates men. They tire
led to believe that they aie a "little lower
than the angels" and a little higher than
ordinary human beings.
Every attorney, both for defence and
pioscutiou, will iny that the luiimrs, hi
cases JM.-.1, oi Judge till were fsur and 1
Every w itness who testified under the
supervision of Judge W:dl will saj he v-1
the personification of fairness. f
Every jtnor who sat in hi courts will i
gl.uily assent to all qualities that t ndn ;o j
inakt the court a pleasure, as presided over J
In Juagc Wall.
whose garments are covered with brK '.- rWNo-s. Throat, Csrfanl, Ears,
dust uiutnioiiar. the same a with h, m:.i I Sundry and letorm4tfes.
with a plug hat and a dude eaue.
Taking the abrne fm-t-s into o n ;
Hon, the nes-ident hcsirtih uj.h.r'is
Complete Stock of Pine Lumbe.r
Shingles, Lath, Doors, Sash, etc.,
always on hand.
IIACKER d JACKSON
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Colorado &. Pennsylvania Anthracite
And nil kinds of
Canon City, Trinidad and
Osage City, Blossburg,
Pa., Piedmont, W. Va.,
McAllister, Fort Scott,
Cherokee, Rich Hill
and Pittsburg Coal.
BrltEAD THE CIItCCLARS.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO.
Lime, Plaster, Cement, Brick,
walk and Building Stone.
OFFICES. HIk IUd Scale. f' Dou-,'l.ia Rve.. S side.
ITT Water streit, lx-t. OoUfc-ias .md Kirit.
S, W. COOPER,
102 DOUGLAS AVE.
ax cmznxs kaxk ruiuhxg.)
Clothing, Hats, Gents
NOW GOING ON.
F. W. SWAB,
(SCCCKI-SOii TO F STACKMA.V)
Keeps on hand Fne Goods of the latest styles The largest stock in the
city. Satisfaction guaranteed. No trouble to show goods. Call and soe mo.
F. W. SWAB, 1st door N of County Building.
125 "West Douglas Avenue.
Will deliver ICE to any part of the City.
Order by mail or give orders to drivers of our wagons.
WVIllllftUIUII, JI-ll l-Mll-il
Will Io sll kinds of ennnter and jolmT Mtark on
liort notfea. Stuirs. Mail RnilhiRv hash Doors,
Bliudd, Ixiuraud W union tramesaurt Srten.
JSl)op, i'S Main street RWTOet OM Lawrence
a.TB ti'-pr -i-tjHsiI I--ifllce Ifjx S4T.
The following lotter has been received by
the Ktinsis boanl of rnilwny couimivioners
from E. T Kellv , secretary of the trans
portation committee of the St. Louis 3ler
"Permit me to cull your attention to a
discrimination which. although practiced
by the nitirotul etist of the JIi-.-ouri river,
directly affect the nites Ietvv een the prin
cipal jvoint-x in Kansas and St. Louis, sis
well a- the principal points in Indiana,
Ohio, the eastern ami 2ew England states.
You are doubtless- aware that the rates le
tween St. Loui- and Kanstis joint., west
and southwest of Ktuisti- City, except
points ou the St. Louis and San Franci-co
and some points on the Missouri Pacific,
are inside by adding to the resrulnr rate le
tween St. Louis and Kansas City.
By the printed matter sent yon this
day you will note the rates between St.
Lour and Kansas City are from S.G9 to
66 2-;) per cent, in excess of what they
should be if mileage i- tlie correct Iwsis for
Kansas City rates !o and from St. Louis
and Chicago. Of this there can be no ques
tion. Commissioner Fink, of the joint ex
ecutive committee, concedes mileage to be
the only correct basis that will prevent dis
crimination between competing cities. Com
missioner Blanchard, of the central trafic
association as the true basis for competative
rates. Common sense teaches it to be so.
It is plain to every fair-niinded person that
nomination of Jlidge Wall and boi' to s e
him elected by 2.0UO or 3,000 nhwtd of hi
On the first iige appears the opinion of
the bar of the city, which .show we are not
.alone in our opinion.
THE FRISC07361rf L.ET.
23. "V. "xjrsreXuH., Tvi. xx,
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ICE ! ICE ! ICE !
DEPOT and OFFICE 124 WEST DOUGLAS AVE.
ICE Always on Hand at Depot.
Order's for Shipment and 'City Delivery
Promptly Attended' to.
Telephone No. 128. S0HN & WILKIN.
Piymeii L Uighien's Stage Line.
From the Olobt I lUKrat.
The St. Lui-s and San Francisco La-s
fully com hided the arnmijcjueiits for at
Pacific coa-t outlet givimr a through line i
to the Gulf at Galvteton. 1 e. i lie Frivoo.
which N woikiiiff with the Atrhion. To
M?ka and Santa IV. lm joint control of the
Atlantic and Pacific outlet to the Pacific
ocean, and when the line fiom Fort Smith,
Ark., to Pari-, Tex., contracts for which
were recently let. i completed, striking the
Gulf. Colorado and Santa Fe, lately" ac
quired by tlie Atchison, the direct route to
Galveston will le perfected. ThN will give
St. Louis another direct and short route
into Texas territory.
John Coulter- look, Ir. Desmond, U.
S. A.," has scored a sucee--: the best evi
dence of that being that the publisher an
nounce that the tnt edition lias been en
tirely exhausted, and that the -eeond
edition i now in print. John hi struck it
without a doubt, and there are none that
rejoice more over it than his former co-laborers
on the Times. Leavenw orth Times.
John is a successful Kan-as lxy and his '
book is worthy the author. "Mr Dts '
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p-4 dor y
5 : & Ar-k S jS
:f V"! Carthao
V .O58' V. Cenier
- Fargs. ojiriagt
P.T'M'r lor Jtd Centor, TUInllt, Wtt Plains
.McrUn. Farsn sprlir-d all ini in .-omb-
westt-ro KajJMfci wilt ' Uiue sa'l
LEiGirroN w.yjnsLL's li:-e.
ncad(joart r at CtmArroa awl Gnnlen Cltr Bom
Any and niznl trains now stop at each f &-? flBW.
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STAFFORD, CULVER &CLEGG.
eal Estate and Loan Agents
Office south side Douglas ave, 26 stairway v.' of Lawrence
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H. W. KE1TD1M,
FUNERAL -:- DIBBCTOR,
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Wood, Cloth and Metalic Burial Gases
ROBES, GLOVES, CRAPE, ETC.
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EAGLE CORNICE WORKS.
Jut north of iiie c?nental.
moud, U. S. B.," i genuine and therefore
A. gentleman in "Wichita who know
more alvont tlie local railroad intentions and
probabilities than any one ele in this pan j
of tlie state, asserts that if tne r on bm:th,
"Wellington fc Xonhwestem i built. Wich
ita will" be connected with it, even if a line
from that city should have to. be built by
the city. That is what Wichita will do
even to secure even so indirect a connection.
It is within the reach of Cheney to secure
tlie main line, with all its attendant advan
tages. Cheney JournaL
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Holstein-Friesian Bulls for Sale.
CalVMt! J'tG; Irvl br the srwit prlrf wtocer ai S.
IsmH Fair, ". C kDtiuityn 'JJSH, tL U BL, ami hi f
lsra by tt- f.HSnwlruc iTlw vtanrr- ot Hf4tin5;
MeoST, ShrUd trtl bct. Vrtf-m low. mM
Fro&i sl mct wtflirat'! mfTfcr m Uw wrJ.
PrJ rrora 3 to tuv etch. All iiamI kaA n-g-
la pair Intertl, w ailn; all nror4I IaAP. C
K and oi prize flfloiis? sukj:.
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iPACL - JONES, - DranisL!
Post. The Pawnbroker.
-HAS JUST BOUGHT
Kannfactsrw of GalrUed Iron CrnJow. Tte.
Iroa sd BooflB by JFrl JKSJ"
222 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kas.
SB.000 Worth of DIAMOND
S for 11,800!
-They are going to be sold
At his Store, 428 Douglas ave, Wichita, Ks.
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