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R. R. TIME TABLES.
St. I,., Ft. S. A. "V. K. R.
EAST BOUND TRAILS.
St. Ixnih liar Express and Mall 9.10a.m.
St. Louis Night Express and Mall .3-OOp.m.
Kansas City Day Express and Mail 3.10 a. m.
vansas City Night Express and Mall 3 00 p. m.
freight and Accommodation Wif) m.
WEST BOUM) TRAEfS.
St. Louis Day Express and Mail 7.23p. m.
St. Louis Night Express and Mali 3.3. a. m.
Kansas City Day Express and Mall Vi'i p. m.
Kansas City Night Express and Mail S.33a. isi.
Freight and Accommodation 12 43 p.m.
Daily. -I- Daily except Sunday.
Wichita A. Colorado.
31t. Hope Accommodation -llUOp. in.
SIUHoikj Aecommodation J" ,."a n1,
jDiil except Sunila'.
a., t. a. s. r. j;. it.
3oIng North, Pas.-cnqer ii-i?I,"U1
Solus North, Accommod ttiou ii- a. m.
.Joins South. Passenger i ,i ,"
Going South, I'assencr " ''
Going South. Accommodation Leaes'
Going Xorlh.lv.senger ,Mrt,,,n-
Going North, Accominodatio-i ..oim'
Going South, Passenger.... M,iia.m.
Golug South, Accommodation - V- in
Going North, Passenger b-iia.iii.
Going South, Passenger ijn. m.
AVichlta A Western.
No. 2, Mail and Eprc- SJila.m.
No. 1, Kxiire-w 4 10 p. in
Way Freight 1153 a. m
No. 1 Mail and Express 9.53 a.m.
No 3,Kxjre& 010 p.m.
WayFrciglit 210 p.m.
St. Iiouls A San Francisco.
Going West, Passenger 0,)a. in.
Going West, Passenger 3i")0p.m.
Going West. Freight U-OSp.in.
Going llxst, Passenger 8.23 a. in.
Going East, Passenger 9JMp m.
Going East, Freight 10 20p in.
Going East. Freight SIX) a.m.
Attorney at-Lnw, Wichita, Sedgwick count . Kan.
Onice In Ccnlejinl-il Wx k. ill'tttf
J. R. SITES.
Attomcv at Liw. Office 117 E Douglas avenue,
with Aujto American Ijan and Inestmtnt Co.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
Attorney s at La-v. OPIce in the Eagle Uloelr.ojci
TIoev ft Co's Dp Gools otore. i MX!.
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Atto-ncys it Lv.v. No Ml N. Main Ft . opposite
uostolllce. Commercial collection a bpcUaltj.
Will pr.-u.tico.tn state and Federal courts.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attorney at Law. Oillce, No l.M N Main street, up
stairs, next to i)stoflice. Wichita. Kansas, d J). lilt
Altonies at Law. Wichita. Kansa
J. F. LAUCK.
Attomej at Liw. Onice first door nortli of U. S.
Landotllce in Commercial Iilock. Wichita, Kansas.
Special ottertion given to all kinds or business con
nected w ith the United States Land oniee. ,
HATTON &. RUGGLES.
Attoi no s at Law. Eagle Block. Wichita. Kansas.
a nc a a liw. n. ii. nois.
RUGGLES & ROYS.
Attorneys at Law. O.lleo oer No. 133 Main street,
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Atforrcy at-Lnw. Will practico in all Kansas
courts. Collections a PiiecHity. Otllce over Smith &
Stover's. Douglas avenue. Wichita. Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Aitornev'at Law and collection agent. No. 11 Main
Mreet, Wichita. K in"is
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorney at law and Ileal Estate Agent. Ofllcs
opposite Manhattan hotel, room 9.
H. E. CORN.
Attorney at It'v . Qfi'cc ov cr Hi Douglas av enue.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney at Law. Onice over Iljde ft Iliinible's
Hook store, 114 Main street, upstairs, Wichita. Knn.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney at Law, Woodman's Eank building, 113
a. vv . cot LINO--. UOIil ut m. i latt.
Attoriicjh.it Law. Will practice in state anil fed
-ral courts. Onice in Temple block Main street, sc
4iml stairway nortli of post ollke, Wichita, Kansas.
S. W . O Wis. OtO. . Vl Ms.
ADAMS 2c ADAMS.
Attor:i('3sat Ixw. Will pnctlco in state and fed
cral courts. Olhce in Eagle blocic, Wichita, Kansas.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorney s at Law, Comii'crcial block, Wichita,
Attorr.ev at 1-aw. lloom No. 3. U. .s. Laud Onice
building. Wichita. Kan.
W. S. MORRIS.
Attorney at law. oniee in Temple Mock, Wichita,
it a. sankcv. i. r. c vMr u
Lawyers. Wichita, Kansas. Ofilee southwest cor
ner Market street and Douglas av e.
GEO. W.CLEMENT, JR.
Attornev at Law. Onie 1 M Main street, Kansas
National Ilank building, Wichita, Kan.
Homneopathist. General practice, chrouts diseases,
ami diseases of females. Telephone No 100.
Oftlce and residence over Steel ft SonV hardware
store, 117 N Main street, Wichita, Kan.
Onice hours, b to 10 a. ro to 4 p. m . aud at night.
W. H WELLS,
Phv slcl.ro and Surgeon. OlHcc-Cor. Lawrence
and Doiulasaves Elliott block, room 8. Will be at
onice night and dav. Wichita Kansas. W
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D.
Onica 217 East Douglas ave. Residence-3.0 cith
J. M. HOSKINS, M. D
Ph3siclan and surgeon. Ofilcc in Ilartvv in bliwk.
4Mrner Fourth and Douglas avenue over saw s drug
store. Onice hoiu-s, 6 to 11 a. m . 1 to 4 p. m . und at
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
Omce and residence, .".11 Douglas avenue. south side,
Haraes' block, ov er Dt rb3 s Implement tore, IVlchlta.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
HomopatliNt. Ofllcevvlth Dr. It. Mathews, Main
-street, swoud stalrvva- north of postonice. Hesl
tlenev. 1017 North Fourth street, near Union depot,
Wichita, Kanis. Telephone No. 141.
DR. J. J. STONER.
Uomca'pathist. Ofllce opposite postofflee. Hesl
dence, CJ1 North Main street. Wichita, Kansas. Tele
pliono 1 1 i.
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Phv sicians and Surgeons. Orice Dejm block, oppo
site "Occidental hotel, lfcsldci.ee. T3J Wa'cr street,
corner Oak stnvt.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
ihi kteinn .and Sunreon. Ottlce and residence 420
Douglas avenue. New and effectual treatment of
hcmorrliolils, ami uisoa--cs oi w umau a n.-l;lall.J .
DRS. McC0Y& PURDY.
Onice 147 Main street, over Itecht .t Sons' More.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone at residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Physician audurgeon. Office over Fuller .v Sou'
J. HILTON WEIjCH. M. D. T. K. WUUCII. M. D
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Office 221 Douglas avenue. Wichita. Kanat., where
Xbe3" maj Iw found at all hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN.
PI13 sicians and Surgeons. Office on west side of
"Statu street, first stairw ay south of Masonic building.
"Telephone to A. D. T.
PALMER C. JAY.
Physician and Surgeon. Ofllce at D. G. Terry's drag
-store, 913 E.ist Douglas av enue.
I. H. MATTING LY.
MiyMelan. Office; over London Tailors, No. 153 N
L S. ORDVAY, M. D.
IIoniocL'pathist. Office corner Douglas aud Ijw
Tence avenues, rooms 1 and 5, telephone 133.
MRS. SELINA H. MILLER.
nomooepathle Phvslclan, corner lllver street and
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the Kye, Er, Nos nad
Throat. Catarrh and fitting glasses. Office southwest
-corner Douglas and Marker, up st&lrw, Wichita. Kaus.
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Phvslclan and Surgeon. Will continue his profes
sion in all Its branches. Consultation free. Office
nml rkIiIkim .it ir,l V Tiin sr..npr Weller & 3III-
ler's nalntoillee. 100
D. W. SMITH.
Dentist. Eagle building. Douglas avenue, Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without pain.
Best set artificial teeth, gSJO. Orflco 217 East Douglas
av enue. Wichita. Kan.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the postofllee.. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentists. Ofilcc over Barnes & Sou's drug store.
Centennial Block, Wichita.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Theorr, 422 North Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Tuner fnd P.epalrcr. refer
ences, Catherine Kusscll and Thomas Shaw & Co. All
pianos tunee bj the wave sv stem the onb method
that will tune 3 our piano perfect and makb it sound
cliannlng. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
Thomas Shaw &. Co , music dealers, Mainstrect.
A I CIMTrCT.
icrnm ste b n.T.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerly of Boston and Chicago, has opened an
office In the Op'ra Hou-e, corner of Market and
Hrststrtcts 97 2111
a. vv. r.u-n.
j i. citEs.
RUSH &. GILES.
Architects and Superintendents Office in Gr.cn &
Uaj 's building, over 123 West Douglas ave.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Aichitect and superintendent. Plans and specifica
tions for all classes of buildings. Office over lode's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architects and Superintendent'. Ofilcc In R03S'
black, iemta, Kan.
v. . t. ruotiooT. a. vr. 1 ikd.
Architects aud Surcrintende.its. Office In Eagl
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
eterinarv Surgeon, I'raduate of Philadelphia Vet
eiinarv College of '7'. Propiictor of Horses Home,
opposite G. A. It. building. 1st, st. Telephone 172. (I9S
The Phctographer. Pictures in all sires and stvles.
He al-o onirics. the finest assortment of picture
frames in the eltj. Give him a friendly call and ex
B. S. GARRISON.
.Tu-sti'-e of the Peace. Office with Woodcock &
Doisej, mDorsoj building
MRS. ELLEN DEVOL,
Professional Nurse. Oo 207 Ohio ave, coi E First,
re"t andOIiioave. P.efercnccs given 91 lm
SCENES IX THE BOWERY.
SATURDAY NIGHT STROLL THROUGH
A THIRSTY THOROUGHFARE.
Glimpses of Saloons, fjliooliiijj Galleries,
Coneert Halls and Dies A Street
I'hII of Ilocdluins In the Gallery of a
Under fao stars, tho elevated railway
and the electric lights. Colors look brighter
than by daj light. Thcroaro no ncatral tints
on tho Bow ery. Tho violet would shrink and
die here unnoticed in the blazo of the peony
and the hollyhock. Fiom tho Lues v. Inch
adorn the body of tho "tattooed lady"' in tho
dime museum to those which aie flaunt:.-!
upon her morally tattooed sister without, all
are of glaring reds, blues, greens and yellows!
A smile blossoms into a broad grin on this
high pressuic stieet, a v.hisper takes on thun
der tones, and a friendly greeting often ap
peal's as an aggravated assault.
An undci taker's shop, vith tho grandest
and gloomiest 'vasket" violently "stau ed" in
the window! The propiictor lias stepped
next door to hobnob w ith tho floi ist over a
glass of beer, and under tho shadow of an
enormous iloral ti ophy appropriately marked
'Rest,-' which is calculated to causa a modest
and sensitive corpse to driver with shameful
ON THE IIOAIJ TO RUIN.
ilcodlums! female hoodlums, from 13 to
10 years of age, short of dress, long of tongue,
with bangs, bold eyes, tremendous hats and
"Slikado tuck-ups" 1o their hair. The street
swarms with them and they seam to "know
it all." Not wholly bad, perhaps, but on tho
road to being so. Looking for excitement,
aching for attention, h mg for a dance, any
thing for admiration, any length for a com
pliment. Vamty ruins more women than
vice. Tbcphilauflnopibt who would seek to
save these girL might bo met by a startling
question, Do they wish to be saved?
Beer and free lunch galore, attacked by
a perspiring and not particular throng. Ten
men to 0110 fork! Tho red herring, so con
ducive to thirst, is not popular, tho tripo
having evidently borne the brunt of attack.
Tho cheeso has suffered greatly, too, and
looks as though it wished itself dead, which
A "lung tester! '
"Try your lungs, gents!"
What's that J A woman struck by tho
proprietor. Evidently his wife, for she sinks
down on a door step, 1 ubs her ai m and makes
"Xo, John; I won't!'
Another blow. A knot of people block up
the sidewalk and cry '-Shame.'' No one steps
between them, however. Probably if any
ono did the couple would combine igainst
him. The man turns to his lung tester and
polishes it fiercely, trying to appear as if it
were not conspicuous, which, as Dickens has
remarked, "Xo one lias ever yet succeeded in
doing!' ' "Go on about your business!"
Tho growl seems to come f 1 ora the niclul
tipped machine. Tho crow d slowly dissolves,
wondering, perhaps, w hy tho w oman doesn't
test her lungs by calling tho police!
A shooting gallery! "Six shots for ten
cents."' Ono man is received coolly here, but
two, if they aro acquaintances, make tho
proprietor joyful. For tho two are sura to
competo in marksmanship, and in the excite
ment of emulation take little heed of tho
number of shots fired. It is an easy matter
to "blow in"' a dollar in a shooting gallery.
A "TOP-nE.VVY" HOUSE.
Tho theatre! "Last night of MackShep
pard.' Cast of Bo wery favorites P Com; in !
A handsome theatre, a "top-heavy"' house, a
bad performance. Let us go up into the gal
lery! Phew! It is packed' "Jack Shep
pard," Saturday night, the gallery and the
Bowery! "What else could bo expected of
such a conjunction.' Many of the boys are
stripped to undershirts. They want action,
these gamins, and care little for consistency.
It is nothing to them that Jack is escorted ti
the gallows by a detachment of local militia
in the unif orm of the N. G. S. N. Y. , or that an
"oak chamber" is used as a prison, as long as
the gunpowder can be depended upon, tho
manacles are the real thing, and tho red iiro
holds out to tho bitter ond! Sharp fellows,
these gallery boys, too. Ono of tkem, sent by
three friends to seeuro seats in the front of
the gallery, achieved his purpose by lying at
full length on the benches until his friends ar
rived! Out into the air again, charged w ith elec
tricity and beer! An old-time gambler, with
his mustache died a deadly black A relic!
Such as he havastopiied dyeing, cr have died
altogether. "Dives" by tho dozen, down stop;
from which arise language and music equally
offensive. Hugo posters of popular and
respectable actresses adorn the fronts of these
places, with tho names carefully covered up.
Throusb the swinging screen doors a "flush"
customer is wciccaca, cr a canKrupc one
A Chinese laundry! Five celestials hard at
work, although it is 11:30, ironing shirts all
of them, squirting water from their mouths,
and, as Thackeray has said, "without a profile
among 'em." Bang! A brick is hurled
against tho window, but "Won Kee is undis
turbed! Ho hag profited by dearly bought
experience, and Ins window is netted with
Twelve o'clock by the illuminated dial on
tho Cooper institute, which grandly towers
above the sea of f rivoiity that beats against
its base. One more glanco.down tho broad
thoroughfare. But little diminution of tho
throng, although it is the "noon of night.'
The street seems crowned with fire, studded
with blazing gems. And below tho electric
lights, tint make tho pale old moon seem but
a faded thing. Edward E. Kidder in New
Enjojins a Three Dollar Hide.
They tell a haid story about young Tom
Blinks. Tom is addicted to tapping tho rosy
at tunes. The other day while slightly in
this line, Tom thought a drive would do him
Ho went to liis accustomed stable and
called for lib buggy, and while tho animal
was being put to it ho took hb seat in tho
chariot and fell asleep. They let him ssvere
ly alone for a threo hours' snooze. At the
end of that t ime ho awoko and the stableman
asked him whero ho had been. Tom looked
round and after a moment's hesitation
"Out to Wcs'ehes'er; Har'em river. Stepped
at Gabo Coso's; camo back."
Then he paid his S3 and went away per
fectly satisfied. New York Journal.
Bleariest Teacher on Record.
The meanest teacher on record and that
means a great deal to the children is the ono
at Liegnitz, in Germany, who gave her class
tho following problem for a holiday task:
"From 8S0,TS3,599 deduct CCO until nothing
remains." Tho poor girls figured and figured
for hours without making nrach headway;
finally their tears attracted tho attention of
the parents. A simple division will show that
tho figure C29 is contained in tho larger ono
no less than 1,000,309. Allowing threo deduc
tions a minute and twelve hours' work a day,
it would take over six hundred days to do
what had been given tho girls as a holiday
amusement. Chicago Herald.
's.ncast'e Old Thins'."
Husband I have been making my will,
dear. Leaving you even thing, with ah
full power to ieuiDrry.
"Wife Oh, ("arira -, never!
nusbjud Y5, lr. -. "And (with a sar
doii! chuckle) i'i t'.at -xq I shall feel assured
there will b2 rt ba t o u who will daily de
plore my deitli. L : Ion Punch.
A:i Ar-acjiid 1 from Brazil.
.1 Kew Ycrl. s'jw, nan has received from
Brazil mi a':a"o:iili desoribcd as thirty feet
long, cr as lo;g sl. thieo fence rails, and it is
as bi round as a water pail. It is supposed
to be VJJ yeai-3 old, mid thero aro said to be
snakes 111 tho forests of tho Amazon that nro
3o0 yeais old Chicago Timea.
MRS. CLEVELAND PHOTOGRAPHED.
A Graceful lsc and Charming Expics
sion A Picture Man Made Iluppy.
An employe of the photograph gallery at
which Mrs. Cleveland recently posed for a
set of pictiu es, gavo your correspondent some
intciesting particulars in rogaid to her man
ner beloro tho camera. Mrs Cle eland camo
into tlu studio with Aire. Lamont, smiling
and chatting merrily. After removing her
hat and some kind of a light wrap, she said
"Now, Sir. "W., I placo mjself in your
hands for a half hour. Do w ith 1110 what vou
There was little work for tho posulonist to
do, however. Sirs. Cleveland fell mto tho
position best adapted for show mg off her beau
tiful form and exquisito features, with a
natural grace seldom seen oron in veteran
society v. omen. The man at tho instrument
was eager, as you may imagine, to do tho
best work of w hich photography is capable.
In fact, he considered tho reputation of tho
establishment at stake, and was in a flurry
lest some fault in attitudo or expression on
the part of the sitter should detract f 1 0111 tho
merit of his proposed masterpiece. "When,
howcer, he looked over tho camera and
scanned his subject critically ho was all smiles,
and begging her not to stir, drew forth tho
negative in a few second.; w ith a flourish. It
was as he expected it perfect. Tho expres
sion w as its chief charm. Tho large, bright eyes
contained just enough of an amused smile to
illuminate tho face, without degenerating into
tho vulgar grin which some actresses assume
before the camera. Slorew er, tho expression
was natural. It was tho ono that is usually on
Mrs. Cleveland's' f aco when In reposo. Tho other
sittings in different positions were equally
successfid, and not a resitting was necessita
ted. Tho poso of her head la each position
was superb. In fact, says tho photographer,
sho has the most gracefully poised head thai
has ever come under his notice. Her change
of expression in some of the pictures was re
markable, too. From the piquant, amused
smile in tho first, sho took ou a tendor, dreamy
look in tho third sitting. Both wero beccm
inj and natural, but tho latter would 1 more
admired by an artist.
In less than a half hour all tho negatives
were filed away, tho :.ervices of the pcsitionist
being dispensed with nearly tho wholo time.
During the ordeal, which tries even tho souls
of nctresses, 31 r. Cleveland exhibited no signs
of weariness, and after it was over she left tho
cpartmoni w ith her usual smilo and pleasant
word to tin artist. When t ho negatives were
bhown to her sha expressed herself as much
pleased, and piaised his skill highly. Tho
success in this instance wps duo as much to
ill's. Cleveland's natural grace and beauty as
toany aitistic ability 0:1 his ptrt. Cor. Chi
Miiith, the "K.100" Inventor.
There is an em iable example of prosperity
up in Union square. Hb uame is Smith, and
ho is getting 1 ich rapidly out of a big restau
rant called the "Dairy Kitchen."' It is con
ducted on tho temperance plan, and a band
of skillful musicians discourses good light
music during tho afternoon and evening.
The place caught the tide of favor from the
start. Smith made his money to establish
the business in a curious way. Ho is an in
veiivo genius, with a fondness for inusic.
The latter element should have prevented his
creating the masterpiece of his life, but it did
Invention triumphed, and tho result was
the kazoo,' a musical monstrosity rhatsounds
somewhat like the song of a petulant torn
cat. Smith looked after its introduction to
tho world personally, and as he u expert ia
advsrtising resources, ho succeeded almost
beyond belief. He took his horror to Balti
more, and within a week the town was wdd.
The street boys were blowing kzoos; of
course, that would be expected; but the hotel
clerks, the dry goods clerks, the young men
about town, and even the banjo-loving girls,
took the crazv, and the sound of kazoos rent
the air. They ergaaized kazoo bands, had
kazoo excursions and kazoo dinner parties. It
came near getting into politics, and might
have if Smith hud stayed another w eek. He
made $11,000 clear withm a year, and then
settled down to be a caterer. Periiap lm
conscience smote bun, and perhaps the crasj
ran out. If Uie latter, the inventor w L-dy
stood from under and escaped with his profits.
"Uncle EfflV New York Letter
X ery Respectable Couple.
An accepted suitor ona day walking with
the object of his affections, said: How trans
ported I am to have you hanging on my arm."
"Upon my word,'' said she, "you make us out
a very resrectobii couple, when one u trans
ported aad tho otlier hanging!" Et'Iet.
MIL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT THE
Old Keliable House
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
-VT OJET.T.A., - - m.A.lSrS.A.S.
PHILLIPS k - QUE -
POSTOFFICE EOX So. 2SJ.
JOHN C. HALL & CO.
INSURANCE :: AGENTS
218 DOUGLAS AVEflU-b1, WICHITA. KAN.
Only the best compasics represented. Lrxos nJ)ut.sl nnil paid at the office, rromp: ao.1 careful
attention to all business entrusted to us. lUsks In surrounding country and towns accepted. s
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY
PINE CRACKERS and PURE CANDIES.
Jobbers in Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Eta
Agents for "Good Faith", "Scout" and "Success" brands of Cigars
GOODS SOLD TO DEA.I.ERS OXLV MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
Wichita City Roller Mi aud Elevator.
establish:::) istl r.vcor.ion vra :;'.
Manufacture the folio lti Celebrated Brands:
IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy;
X. L. C. R.. Fancy.
These brand h ive been on the market oast. west, north ind south for ten yr. nn 1 thejr hivr won an
envliblo reputation whf ret er introduced. To try ifcein is to st.ij with them. We arc ahra) 9 lnthemcket
for wheat at highest cash price.
OLIVER, IMBODEN & CO.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water celic! Gas Works
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS.
OmCE Jf -W COR. 5TII ftnd MARKET STS. ST. LOUIS. u 1 r u 1 -r li
Or'HCE N-W COU 3LVIX and DOUGLAS AVEXVE, VVInl I A, tAN
C, O. D.VVIDSOX, President. R. S. CATES. E-tamlner.
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $60,000.
Money Alvays on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in tho
OFFICE WITH CITIZENS RANK.XorthweM
Corner Main Street and Douglas Aveuue. f
R. D. ALLEX. Notary labile.
ALLEN, GRAHAM 1 CO.,
(Surovsois to Wl lillii I-tiid nud Loan Compiiij )
Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur
ance and Make Collections.
TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTS
1500:i l-OVKH I3ISAEL UP.06. DI1UO STOIIE. r I ( 1 T J IfP I." C
i DOL'OLAS AKNCE. MXV 1 1 I X V, IV iVr'.
0. B. STOCKER,
Mantels, E I Fire Clay,
Grates, R S FireEriclc,
MARBLE: DUST, : WHITE : SAND, LATH
Lime, Hair, New York and Michigan Flaster.
Louisville and Portland Cement.
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J. F. Reese & McBee,
Real Estate Loans
JLrr LOWEST BATESi
Money Always Ready as Soon as Papers are Perfected.
Call on us and get rates at 218 E Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kiinsas.
FOR SALE ' !
Moneyed Men Read This !
Ve are selling lots in Carey Park at the extreme lopncc-s of $225. $250,
$275 and $300 each, the latter are corners The above pnea include side
walks all laid. Terms easy It has been reported that ve were getting $400
and $500 oer lot. It is not so Every lot m Carey Park will bring that by nert
spring. Remember that Carey Park is from 12 to H feet higher than Doug
las avenue Street cars run the entire length of Carey Park. You are mrted
to call and see a plot of Carey Park and get full particulars of
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329 Douglas avenue. Opposite Manhattan Hotel
WICHITA ICE COMPANY
Will deliver ICE to
Order toy mail or giTe orders to drivers of oar waf cms.
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Main 149St., WICHITA. Kan.
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G. W. GRAHAM.
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rounders and Machinists.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
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