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THE WICtilTA DAIL1T EAGLE, VICtiltA, iCAJBSS, SaT dMDAY MORNING AUGtiST 14, 1886.
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M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
SATURDAY MORKIKO-. AUG. 14. 16SC.
For Associate Justlw
I). 1L VALENTINE.
JOHN A. SIAUTIN,
For Lieutenant Governor
A. ft KIDDLE,
Otta a county.
For Secretary of StaU
E. 11. ALLEN,
Sodgvi let county
JAMES W. ILUIILTO.V.
for Auditor of State
l'aw nee county.
S. It. BUADroKD.
For Superintendent of i-iililtr InMructloii
J. II. LAW HEAD,
nO.V. K. X. MOItlUIJ.
HON. E. II. FUNSTON,
1ION. E. W. 1T.IIKI.VS,
HON. THOMAS UYAN.
HON. A S. WILSON.
HON.r,. J. TURNF.lt.
Hon. s. it i-kteiis.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
Tho Republican County Com out ion for the
purjose of nominating candiilatvs for tli
following ofllcers, l'rolmte Judge. County
Attorney, DUtrict Clerk, 8uerinteuilcnt of
Public Instruction ami Coronet, will bo held
in the city of Wichita on tho 4th flay of Sei
tember, lbO, at 11 o'clock a. in. at tlio opera
Thero will aho bo held nt tho amo time
and place, and after tub adjournment of said
county com ention, a convention to nominate
a candidate for reprwentativo for tho
i.tgnty-cona KeproentaUvo district.
Thero will also be held on the same day and
after the adjournment of said county conven
tion, a convention in tho First ward of the
city of Wichita, for the purjose of nominat
ing a canauiate lor representative tor tue
Eighty-fourth Ileprescntattvo district
On Friday, tho third day of September,
1886, at 1- o'clock in. of said day, at tlio citj
of Ooddani, there will be held a convention
for the purpose ?f nominating a candidate
for Ilcpreseutatite for tho Kighty-thinl Rep
resentative district anil for tho purpose of
nominatinga candidate for the otlico of coun
ty commissioner for the Third Commissioner
Said conventions arc called by order of the
Republican Central Coiiunitttte, and the
townships and wards nilllo entitled to tlio
following ntiuilier of delegates:
Flrat ward 15
Second Ward lo
Third Ward !i
Fourth Ward IJ
Firth Ward 4
Lincoln township 4
l'ajno townshlt 3
Nlneha towiiaulp :i
Grant townslil) , ... . 7
Kecbl tiwui-lll) 4
Gyixuni towuahti 3
Kockfonl tmvnalilp fujiper precinct) .'!
Itockford townshl)) (lower ureclnct) 3
Park tow nulilp (went of I!ir rHrr) 4
Fark towonhtu'teastor Hie nur) 3
Ureeley township 3
Snarman tontil 3
Union tow nelilp :
Delano township s
Attica tonnalilp . .. J
Oarilen I'laln townelilji (njiper precinct).,. 2
Garden Plain township (lower precinct) .1
uranu :tiv.r lownemp 2
Waco towns! 1 1
Illinois township '1
Atton township . . -
Morton township 7
falsin township 4
Ohio tonhl 2
Nlnescali townslili 7
Vlolo township .. . 2
Krle towushl) 2
Vally Ontertowrit-hlp (east of river) . ... i
Vullcy Ctr tonnslilii (wistoriiverj . ...2
The lirinmries to elect said delcKtiles will
lie held on Thursday, Ssptemlicr 2nd, lhN"., nt
tue usual votiug pnuii. in tlio counliv the
polls will Iki opened from U o'clock to 1 o'cloi I,
p. in., anil in thu citv from " oVliKk until
ii:.'0 p. 111. IX it. ,1i:i:tt, Cliainnnu.
JL S. ltoem:i.i.K SecieUirv
OUR SCHOOL. BOARD AND ITS AFFAIRS.
Between the lines of the published re
ports of the late sessions of the board of ed
ucation, the average reader will Lave had
no trouble in finding tliat there is or lias
been nn undercurrent of trouble. It is
plain to us that there have lccn designs or
misunderstandings or both. In the first
place there were several called meetings at
which no quorum were present and from
which the older members of the board were
absent, including the president, who 5t
would seem was the proper person to call
special meetings. The next thing we ob
served was an increase in the membership
of the Iward, a marked increase of new
meinbers, who it MX-nis were admitted we
don't know how or by whom, as less than
a quorum of any liody can do nothing legal
except to adjourn. Ujon the admission of
the new memlx.rs and in the absence of Mr.
M. Vi Levy, president of the board, that
gentleman was superceded maybe deposed.
In reading our reporter s minutes again
yesterday morning an undercurrent of un
pleasantness was 'very discernible, border
ing so clocly upon open rupture that the
newly elected president, Prof. Abbett,
tendered his resignation.
Wc have not talked to the members far
ther than the next morning after the admis
sion of the new members wc asked a prom
inent man on the board the meaning of
such extraordinary procedures, intimatin
that it looked as if there was some kind of
a misunderstanding or otherwise a combi
nation to oust the old authority. He said
there was no trouble further than some
of the lward objected to the way the lxmrd
had lieen ollicered. and objected to the
place of meeting.
There may lie nothing crooked, nor any
thing that should be criticised. But with a
large majority of the parents and scholars
of this city, we do know that M. W. Levy,
than i horn there is no more honorable,
conscientious and liberal citizen in the com
munity, has not only made a very popular
president, but that ho had the lest welfare
of the city schools at heart, and that his
particular pride has lieeu the schools and
the record of the board under his adminis
tration. "Wc have never mentioned
the matter to him, and don't therefore
know but that he was glad to be relieved of
the responsibilty, but, as we said, by read
ing lietween the lines of the reports of tho
proceedings of the board a they have ap
Icarctl in these columns, it seemed that
probably he did not want to give up the
place, which he had so long and faithfully
filled, w hich, if so, the people ought to
know it. And what is more, if the recon
stituting and re-organization of the board
was irregular and not legal, the matter
ought to lie righted, as otherwise it might
cost the tav payers dear in the end.
A RAILROAD CENTER.
The new deputy state's attorney has
chased nil the saloons at Atchison.
Missouri has tendered Cleclaml asulll
cicut number of cxionels and generals in
case of a war with Mexico.
The democratic paptrs are slolnVrinj:
over the colored nominee for auditor in :
way thai 'is a little short of sickening.
The drouth still holds in the western and
northwestern states. In northern Missouri,
Iowa, Minnesota and Dakota the grass
along the railway tracks catc lies lire from
the engines. Mr. V. 1C. Stanley, of this
city, who is just in from un excursion to
the northern lakes says ho stopped ocr in
central Iowa and that the crops then1 will
lie from half down to nothing. Hcsaxs
that rain had not fallen at the home of his
brother in central Iowa since the 10th of
May, which is about thirteen weeks.
The Topeka papers arc now vociferously
and in big head lines announcing that their
city is to be the railway center of the state.
There tire a dozen cities in the state m,i be
twenty, that have as many lines as Topeka
which has exactly two, the Santa Fe and
the Union Pacific, Of course Topeka is
oing to get more lines, but so will oilier
tow ns. She has the immediate prospect of
two more, but Wichita isjut assure of
four more and in aliout the same time. It's
all right for Tojieka to blow but for good
ness sake don't imitate the nporings of
sueh papers and such towns as evidently
think that till that is necessary to lioom a
town is to cry "boom '" '"lioom!" The To
ll;a dailies know as does ceryinan, wo
man and child in that town that Lawrence,
Atchison and I,caunworth, towns all with
in a few miles of Tojieka are more of rail
way centers than Topeka.
METHODISTS IN CAMP.
know is very small, while things that we
do not know is astonishing; still we arc get
ting new ideas every day, and will know
more than we did before the institute com
The class in history had a variety of
questions for discussion. The underground
railroad was described; also the fugitive
slave law explained. Border warfare and
John Brown's raid were touched upon,
The war of the rebellion was next brought
up. Buchanan's administration and his
course commented upon while president,
compared to Jackson's course in the South
Carolina affair and the opinion expressed
that the war would have been delayed
not prevented by him: Much valuable i
formation is given each day in these two
classes that would be of interest to every
one that has an interest in the history of the
The philosophy class had the question of
hydrostatics and hydraulics presented to
them, and the question of the pressure and
buoyancy of liquids explained, also the
How ing of liquids through orifices was ex
plained by the class. Also the question of
waves, as to whether waves move forward
or not; philosophy says they do not, but
there was strong opinions expressed against
the theory. I presume that a discussion of
the subject by those who have had experi
ence in the matter would decide against the
theory as put forth in philosophy. The
class is getting to lie very interesting and
determined to know their business.
Geography was interesting in both
classes, and a great amount of information
was given. The questions of tides, ocean
currents, marine life, also a number of
other topics, were discussed, show ing that
the instructors and their classes are work
ing together and making the question of
geography a success.
Calisthenics is getting to lie quite popu
lar with quite a number of the members of
The weather is getting to lie rather warm
for quite a number of us. "Wc had rather
keep cool and quiet as possible, but still
some must be martyrs and suffer in every
good cause, and for that reason wc say that
we arc glad to see such marked improve
ments as were manifested xestcrday. But
please excuse us.
The other classes were well attended and
the interest is good and they tire making
good progress, so that it is hard to specify
The class in school organization was con
ducted by Mr. Shuli in an able manner,
lie brought out a number of good points
that it will be well to remember
We had quite a number of visitors that
were very much interested in the work le
iug done here and with the institute as a
w hole. We belie e w e have as earnest and
hard working an institute aswehaveecr
had in the ounty. Yours,
IMPORTANT MOVE BY THE ST. LOUIS
From the Kansas City Time.
Will some Chicago imturarist please ex
amine the anarchists, now on trial for anni-
lalatiiitr tho police iorce ol that citv, anil
see if they are sprouting wings? The im
pression is growing out here in the west
that they are no longer fit to inhabit this
sublunary sphere; that irom the exalted
character ghon them by their friends 011
the witness stand they arc too good to live
among such ordinary mortals as capitalists
and other folk, and merit translation to dis
taut realms. If they haven't sprouted
their wings yet their ajiothcosis might
easily lie arranged by another sort of aerial
The status of the Cutting affair is just
this: Cutting had printed on Mexican ter
ritory nn article which was held to be lilicl
ous, and when put on trial he compromised
by a retraction and a pledge not to repeat
the liiiel. 1 hen lie crossed over to tinted
States territory and reprinted the ame ar
ticle, and it wits on this charge that he was
tried and com icted. On the part of Mexico
it is contended that Cutting is guilty of
nn oilencc against tiie .Mexican government
ly violating the "act of reconciliation, as
it is called, or breaking the agreemint not
to reprint the liiiel. On the part of the
United States, it is i-ontcndcd that Cutting
has lieen com icted for an offense commit
ted in the United States, for which the
Mexican authorities cannot hold him liable
This is a question of international law
Which ought to lieoasv to scttlo by arbitra
tion instead of war. lCans;i CilvStar
BECK'S THOUGHTFUL WIFE.
Thursday lat, was, :is w ill lie remem
bered, rnllier a warm day. The most
phlegmatic individual could not restrain
the streams of perspiration which trickled
all mcrthc lHMh'. A great, big, warm
blooded, impressive manlike Siuiator Beck,
wnsliound, under the most favorable cir
cumstances, to have a tough time, but Mr.
Beck was booked for a .-tech on the Mor
rison surplus resolution of that dav
lie wanted to free his mind on
certain points, and it was then or never
So, up he got. and for about tweutv miu
utcs, the words rolled out of his mouth like
11 torrent. His branny lists jioundtil his
dek like the hammer of a blacksmith, and
his massive head shook vigorously and em
phatically. When he finished he was a
sight indeed: his collar had doubled up so
it looked like a narrow piece of wet tape
tied around his neck. His shirt Itosoin
was soppiHg with perspiration. Great
patches came through and exhibited
themselves all oxer the back of his coat
and his face was as though a heavy
rain had run down it. While he was thiuk"-
iug nun uucomionauie ne leu, a pan;
came and told him that Mrs. Beck was up
hi uis iwuiiiiucc room anti wamcu to see
him. Wandering what could have brought
her from home "today," he was surprised
too, to sec her taking from a valise a
change of nice, cool linen. She told him
she had read in the momiug paper,
after he had left home, that he was go
ing it rough shod "for the finance com
mittee amendment to the Morrison rcsolu
tion'andas she knew the condition he
would be in, she hastened to the capitol
with the change. It did not take him very
long to strip and wash off the damage and
flip into his clean linen. He then walked
back to the senate prouder tlian a peacock,
and for the balance of the davhisonlv
topic of conversation was the virtues and
charms of Kentucky wives.
To the r.llt.ir of the liisle.
The second day of the camp opened
pleasantly. 1'ach train adds to the grow
ing number on the ground. 1'reat hers and
people from adjacent tow ns arc coming in
to enjoy this "feast of taliernacles."
The meeting last night was a very inter
cstmg one. The attendance was double
that of any other service. The altar sen ice
a as very successful and profitable. There
is a most excellent feeling throughout the
Kcvs. J I. A. Boss and F. W. Fcigeil-
baugh, of the West German conference, I).
I). Aiken, Newton; Win. Forsythe, of
lhilstead circuit; T. C. Miller, presiding
elder of the I.arned district, are some of the
Several persons from Wichita arcoiLthe
The G.30 prayer service was led by
Father Adams, of Harper, who said that
time seemed to lie valuable here, as no time
was allowed to run to waste that brevity
seemed to lie the order of the day. Such is
the case The meetings are deeply spirit
ual. The "Aniens" "Glory to God," etc.,
are earnest and frequent.
At 0:',50 a. ni. Rev. A. ,1. Coe, of Xorth
Tojieka, opened the pra er meeting by an
nouneiug the hymn, "Lord We Come Be
fore Thee Now."
At 10.30 Bcv. Abbott, of Leon preached
a practical sermon on "Ifwc walk in the
light as he is in the light, wc have fellow
ship one with another, and the blood of
Jesus Christ, His son, clcanseth from all
The cliildrens' meeting at 4.30 p. 111. is
well attended and very interesting.
The 3 p. 111. sermon was bv Ilev. II. W.
Cliao, of Arkansas City, on Let Your Light
Shine" a clear presentation of the subject.
The sermon was followed by a testimony
meeting, led by llev. L. Hartley. Many
testified to their faith in God.
At S p. m. llev. A. J. Coe, of North To
peka, preached nu earnest sermon on "What
shall it profit a man if he shall gain the
w hole world ami lose his own oul." The
salvation of the soul is a question of profit
and loss. The sermon was followed with
an earnest exhortation bv llev. J. T.
The iuiiwrtance of the St. Louis, Kansas
City and Colorado project, which has at
tracted such wide attention of late, is lic
coming more and more ev ident, and there
can bu no doubt whatever that some pow
erful inlliiuice is at the back of it, and that
when that liillucncc and its object licconies
public it will startle the railroad world. The
march of the great corjioratiotis into and
through Kansas is the most notable event
of the 3 ear in railroad construction,
and the great systems of the
lorth, south and west have already turned
their attention in that direction. It is there
fore no more than reasonable to presume
that the cistern lines which need and must
have suitable wcteni connections should
protect these interests in the amc' quarter.
The significant information is now made
public that on yesterday the secretary of
state of Kansas issued a charter to the
Kansas, Colorado .and Pacific llailroad
company. I lie- object of the company is
to build and operate a standard gunge road
from the eastern part of Kansas, lie-
giiinmg 111 (.raw lord county and ex
tending through Kansas and Colo
rado to the Pacific coast, somewhere in
Calfoniia. The counties in Kansas through
which the road is charted arc: Crawford,
Cherokee, Neosha, Labette, Wilson, Mont
gonicry.Greenwood, Llk, Chuiitauqua.But
ler, Cowley, Sedgwick, Sumner, Ilcno,
Kingman, Harper, Comanche, Ilodgman,
Ford, Finney, Hamilton, and Seward. The
estimated length of theroiul is 500 miles.
and place of business, Girartl, Kan. The
directors are: L. II. Brown, of Girard; .Tno
Dean, of Parsons, John T. Morrison, of
Girard; L. M. Potter, of St. Louis; F. K
Drew, of Indianapolis. The capital stock
The issuing of a charter to the Kansas,
Coloradovfc Pacific becomes more significant
by a glance at the names of the board
of directors. L. M. Porter is president of
the St. Louis, Kansas Citv- and Colorado;
I if 11- : . :. - ;.,..... . r .1 . .
uiutwi is n.j iircsmcm. 01 me same
J. M. BALDERSON.
J. R. SITES.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
A. T. CARPENTER.
H. C. SUTSa. W. . STASLKT.
Atf me.v at Law. Wichita. Kanaas.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attarnr at-Law. Offlc first door north of XT 8.
land office In Commercial Block, Wichita, Kansas.
bpcdal ottcntlttn riven to all kind of biulnea con-
nw taut With rija lfnltvt MfjafM lnd flfflr.
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attomeyl-at-Law; Eagle Blocfc. Wichita. Kanaaa.
t a ecooijm. B. H.
RUGGLES & ROYS.
Attornevs at-Law. Office over Mo. 133 Main tercet.
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney at-Law. Will practice In aU Sanaa
couru. Collections a specialty. OBlca over Smith &
Sttn er'a. Douglas avenue, w Ichlta. Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Law and cc
Ktrwt, Wichita. Kanftaa.
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorney at-Law and R-al Eatato Agent.
opposite Manhattan noteL room 9.
H. E. GORN.
Attorney at-I w. Office over 122 Donglaa avenue.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney at Law. Office over nyde numble's
Boole itore. 114 JLiln street, opstalrs. Wichita. Kan.
Dank building, 113
Q. W. COLLTAO. BOBCttT X. rlATT.
Attorneys at Law. Will practice In state and fed
oral courts. OtQtM in Temple bloc. Main sttvcl. sec
ond stairway north of pot offloe. Wichita. Kanaaa.
S. W. AIM. "to. W. ADaMS.
ADAMS & ADAMS.
Attorneys at-Iaw. will practice In state and fed
oral courts, omce In Eagle block, Wichita. Kanaaa.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
W. S. MORRIS.
E. A. iT. I. r. CAWBBLL.
SAN KEY & CAMPBELL.
Lawyers. Wichita. Kansas. Office southwest cor
ner Market street and Douf las avo.
A. R. MUSELLER.
GEO. W. CLEMENT, JR.
Attorney fVLaw. Offisa las Main street, Kansas
National Bank building. Wiaklsa, Kan.
J. M..HOSKINS, M. D.
riitfilrLm and sunreon. Ofllce In Hart win bloct.
corn-rl-ourth and Douglas avenue over haur dru
store, urace nours, o w n a. m., noip. in . ana at
nlxht. dan in
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
non.Arnntlilst. Offloe with Dr. XL Uathcws. IXaln
Btrcet. Moad atairwar north of Dottofllce. Kual
douoe, 1017 V'orth rearm street, nar Union depot.
lcmta, Kansa. xeiepnonewo. i.
DR. J. J. STONER.
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
iori.er Oak fctrcct.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
I'MilUm and Surceoru OfTioc and mMcnep 4J0
Doutrius menu". Xw mil ftTwotii&l tntafttietit of
JiTMiiunholK mid dluutor woman a sttvclaltj.
DRS. McCOY &. PURDY.
OftlCft 147 Main ftlrrct. m.- Hccht Son'
Wichita, Kan. TVlephouc at rwldem.
Pioneer -:- Lumber -:- Man
OF SEDGWICK COnjJTT.
Established In 1870.
A Complete Stock of Pine Lumbe.r
Shingles, Lath, Doors, Sash, etc.,
always on hand.
New Goods M Received.
A UAXDSOatE LINE OF
In Flouncing and all Overwldths,
ALSO A MCE LISE OF
Crinkle : Seersueker
We are not selling goods at
cost, however you will find our
prices as reasonable as anywhere
in the city.
B. RENTS, M. D.
r Fuller Son';
J. MILTO" V ElvCri. V. l. T. ft VTBLCH. M. I
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Oni o 221 Doukw aTtnutt. Wichita. Kanaaa. whrn
they may lie found at all hour.
RUSSELL &. JORDAN.
Pln.lrlntis atitl Kurzkon. Offla on wwt aid of
Malu r treat. 11ml Htairwnr nouUi of Masonic ba tiding.
Telephone to A. 1.T.
PALMER C. JAY.
l'h bU'I.in mid Surgeon. Office RtD. O.Terrj'Bdrus
More, insha.vt 1)or)t..av. avenue
I. H. MATTINGLY.
I'll sk Un. Offlcu oror Loudon Tailors, Xo. IX N
company; l- I, Drew is thu rontnictor and
conlidcnlial mje-nt of A. 31. Itillinir-i, of
Chicago, and John Dean is an old biibiiie-.-.
partner of .Mr. Billing, their interests still
lieing cliwelv identified. Mr. Morrison, the
remaining director, is known to lie a warm
friend and advocate of the St. Louis, Kan
sas City and Colorado project. There
have licen no developments as to the in-
flucucu which is bringing this vomig pro
ject mi rapidly to the front, and there v ill
probably lie none until the company hns
.'.-titled such a foothold as it desire.-.
L S. ORDWAY, M. D.
HontmepathUt. Offlco corner Pougla and Law-eiK-o
avenue, room 1 anil 5. WJephcmw 13.
MRS. SELINA H. MILLER.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
SlxfcKltf'sff: DIoar of ho Hre, Ear, Nn.e anri
Thioai. Catarrh andilttlnj? glasses OfrVvftouthncst
corn r Ujulaa and Xarkat. up stair. Wichita. Karw.
DR. E. M. CONKLIN.
On'.eooer Stewart's druff store, corner ITaln and
Sciind Ktrott. Diseases of women, pile, reneral and
I,rivatcUlftwae. akin eruptions and all chronic ds
(Mt. MKceesfulIy trcato.1. Offlco hoars 9 to 11.39 a.
ni. i "At 3 naa cij wup.m.
CALL AND SEE US.
132 MAIN STREET.
The People's Line.
"The brass will crash and the trumpets bray.
And we'll cut a dash on our opening day,"
AND DISPLAY TO PEOPLE OF WICHITA
And Surrounding Country
toe of the bunst and the Best Selected Stocks of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
In regard to quality and priee ever offered
in this City.
The occasion of this opening is to give
every one a chance to examine our mam
moth stock and be convinced that
mean what we say.
Is the date, and a cordial invitation is ex
tended to aU "by the
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS.
CA Grand Parade by the K. P. Band at 3:30 p. m., and an Even
ing Concert from 8 to 10:30 p. m. Every lady attending will be
presented with a handsome souvenir.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oil (mudI Mortgages and City Property,
T lie Great Free Palace Retlinin Cluir Car Koule.
St. Louis, Ft. Scott k Wichita,
In conc't'n with Mo. Pac. Ry.
Is now running mnrnlng and evening trainsd.il.),
tncludliiK Sunday, to
HODouIai nrcnue, near
onic nuJ ryaMftDoe ovtv 9lmI & Hon'
store, in W llaln Mreot, WHUIM., Knn.
umco noan, bwiuiuid io 4 r.ui , ana at night.
For Bargains in
McKEE & PATTEN.
avenue. Wichita, Kan.
DR J. C. DEAN.
DRS W. L. DOYLE &. WILSON.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Theory, 422 Xorth JIar
E. H. DEVORE & CO.
The attendance ia- good although thero
iva some ci'scs of tnnlincv;, that could be
cAplaineil by sawng that they were at the
sochl the night lofore, but on the whole
they did lietter than could hae been ex-Iected
The first dav; Mled was in arithenutic.
reduction, ascending ami ilecnding was, the
topics for dNcusion, tables were given,
mca-urmciit. of land as to the diiMon in
to section-, quarter sections and each divi
sion docrilicd h the ela- then problems
were given for solution. One was .v. to
which is the hea ier a jwund of feathers or
a iKnind of gold, it caught quite a nuin
tier napping. Tables were ra-itcd and cen-
crallv correct anvcrs were given to a
large number of questions.
rliVMOlogy was cll attended, there
!eing aliout fifty-five members in attend
ance. They had the circulatory system,
also the ropiratory sstcm under deliate.
The question of oygen and carbonic acid
gascs were discussed, :is to their effect iqv
on the pupils, also how tlic supply of oxy
gen is Kept up.
The question of ventilation was di-cussed
and quite a number of original ideas were
brought out, ai well as a number of old
idea; the reasons to why wc eat were giv
en, also why the laboring man must cat
more than the man that docs not labor.
The questions appear very simple until a
person undertakes to answer tliesr, then
people discover that what te actually
E. C. & L. R. COLE,
Real Estate Dealers,
329 Douglas av., E. "Wichita.
OlTO-sITE ilAMIATTAX HOTEL.
AUo tho offlco of the
Carey Park Latid Company.
leto buy 1ot" tnj Carey. Park be
E. C. & L.R COIE,
SI' Doaslas aTesue..WIchIta.
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
I'rufnulonal Piano Tunfr and Rrnalrrr. Rfrr.
rncrs, Cattirrlns Kuxnll and Thomas Shaw & Co. All
pianos turn Ijy the ware sy.tm the onljr methoJ
that nlll tun, our piano iirrfH:t and make It sound
Puloitn Palace Slefpin:; Cars oa Eiemcj; 1rwi
IN SMALL OR LARGE AMOUNTS.
SHOTCT TIIE AT THE LOWEST KATES
Wichita Banking Company and Farmeis Banking Co.,
116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Now is and I am determined it shall continue to bo
the most popular trading place in this flourishing
city. I have given the people
Ever since I opened and it is appreciated.
I am now making preparations to go to New
York, where I will devote my time in securing the
latest and best goods for Rill and Winter. In the
ALL SUMMER GOODS
-Will be Sold at Prices-
Defying -:- Competition!
10!) DOUGTjAS AVEXTTI
Corner Douglas ay. and Market St.
J. R. 1IOI.LIDAY.
J. R. HOLLIDAY 1 CO.,
Successors to 31 WOK ft nOUJDAY. I)talni ia
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave.. Wichita, Kan.
The Shortest Route to St Louis.
The Only Short, Direct Route to
TEXAS AND SOUTHERN POINTS
II Texas Points Local to this System
RUSH &. GILES.
J. V. GILES.
C. W. KELLOGG.
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architect anil Sunrlntcn.ipnls. Offl In Itrtnt
blDCi. WIcMta, Kan.
W. T. rROCDFOT. O. VT. EJUO.
Archltrets ana SupfrtnKMiJfCts. Oftlco In Eagle
W. H. XKTVTIAX.
GencralTranV Manajrer. St. I)uU. JIo.
II. C. TOWNSF.VIJ.
Orn. Pass, an! Ticket Arpnr, St. LnuL. Mo.
C. I'. KECTOIt.
DIvLslon TasNngcr and Ticket Agent. Wichita. Kan.
STFDMAN & CRANE,
J. F. Reese & McBee,
Real . Estate . Loans
.AT LOWEST 3aA.TEJ3.
Hobbv Always Ready as Soon as Papers are Beifected.
Call on us and get rates at 218 E Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas.
, IVK & SOS'S, of tlie oU establ!h-I and rrllaMa cnrsrrtrs at Ijiraar. JIo, wooll n-:rtf ulljr Inform
tho public that thy have made arranceaitata and win start a branch mrr3 In Wbhlla.
AUo thJt tbey are av taklnz rrs fur nurwry stock to b snppllot f ram their
nurwrlea at lamar, HM until tacj oan Kr"f ! slc la their branch nur
serr at Wichita, and ha ta recar m patroaaj of the citizens
of Wichita ami btirwlck tuMjr.
F M. Miller, General Agent, will represent the firm at this place Office
at Commercal Hotel
EverytMng in our Stock in the
shape of Summer Apparel, will
"be closed out regardless of Cost.
We have still a nice line of
Which we will sell at just one-
half our former prices.
C O. DAVIDSON, rrraUnt.
n. S. CATES. Eiamlner
II. W OILJIA.V. Vlro-rrn Kshoa. S II
W. H. STERNBERG,
Office and Shop 349 Main St.
FOREST CITY L A, No. 5220 K. of L
TVIII mw t rfrularlj errry Ftlday nljht la Beacon
The Photosrapher. ricram In all Ue ami lyl.
ITe at--Mi carrier the flnt ajMortmpnt of pictare
inmin in inv city, uire nun a irienoij cut ana ei
FIRE, TORNADO, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Largest Agency in the Valley.
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL, 800,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in the
II. D. AU-EX. .Votary lubllc
a -w. niuiuK.
B. S GARRISON.
M. J. PARROTT.
Druggist and Groeers
First Block west of Tremont House
0. A. GATES,
Real Estate Agent,
Anl dealer !a
CHOICE IMPROVED AND UNIMPOVEO
And City Property of all kinds for safe
Office nn north side of Doof Us areas, agreed 3oo
Ast of 3sars atnrt. ovr F&Ucf Grocerr. third
door to th left, up stairs.
Lowest Rates and Ready for
S. W. COOPER,
j. P. ALLEN,
Everything Kept in a First-Class
ALLEN, GRAHAM 1 CO.,
!Sarrir t Wirliltt iAftd awl tooa Ootnpaoyj
Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur
ance and Make Collections.
TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTS
pwM ivzr. sua. nr,A iSPrt "VVICI flTA, KAS.
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they are cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and large brick
School house in connection. For further in
formation call at 6 1 1 S Market si.
MONEY TO LOAN
ConserTatory of Music
Director CATHERINE RUSSELL.
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AJSTD PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST-:-BATES! V NO - DELAYS
LB. BUNNELL & CO.
I7D A ATPTC TTFDN A NF J?, Pf
uLOrMJN U rbAJjiJ ! I CONTRACTORS AND SU'lDERSIOF
DRY GOODS at COST Water and Gas Works
Havm decided to retire from business, I offer at coet-whole PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVES TO CITIES IK KANSAS.
New Dry Goods,Notions,etci
Or will trade same for City Property or good forming lands j
will offer epecial inducements to any person wishing to engage in j
business, -with lease on the bast store in the city
JOSlSr Q- AT.TiBIsr.
Wholesale Grocer Company
ARCHER ELECTRIC BELT, the Finest Electric Appliance in the Market, J t -,.,, ., ,
ioedjit.nsfcv OnUW JJ&S3X, XJAJLt, JLKJ.
Not. 233 and 235 North Mm St, WICHITA, KAN.
THE ARCHER ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO.
I Isai Bsacrts al bmavmnMi trsmBrO.
OrriCt:-102 SOUTH LAWKBNCK AVKNUE-
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