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STxcaitclxita ailij gagle: f-feutaij gpornixta, ctolteu 1, 1886.
W01IAS AND HOME."
SKETCH OF THE CAREER OF A VERY
STRANGE YOUNG WOMAN.
Women of Turkey Swiss Girls Hint
and Helps Concerning Children How
to Walk "Ways of "Women Household
Drudgery Notes and Items.
Once upon a lime thcro lived a very strango
young woman. As a child sho had been pecu
liar. As a young woman her peculiarities
became- more marked, and by the time sbo
fircw to bo a matron nho bocamo quite widely
known for her idiosyncrasies. "Pieces" got
into the paper about her. Her "pastor" used
her as an example whether good or bad, you
must juSge for yourself.
Other women talired about her whenever
they got a chance.
Now, what do you suppose- all this was
about? Just this: When that strange young
woman was a little girl she awoko tho spirit
of the inqui5itor in tho breast of her mother
by flatly i ef tiding to havo her straight I rown
hair braided into pigtails or twisted into
brown paper lumps every Saturday and Wed
nesday nigh' . "If God had meant her to havo
curly hair He would have mado it curly," was
her argument or sophistry or sense. Such
dreadful sacrilege was straightway taken in
hand by her wcll-mcxning mother, who told
her that God wouldn't lovo her if she didnt
obey her mother and havo her hair curled for
her, and otherwise behavo herself as a little
girl should. Tho mother was the biggest.
Tho hah was curJcd, but not without much
Tho next struggle against tho powers that
bo came when hho was set beforo a pair of
stays and told to get into them. Up came tho
old argument if it had been intended sho
should havo liad a shell liko a turtle or a waist
liko a wasp, it would ha o been dono without
her interference. Despite her objections she
was encased in her distasteful shell and tho
strings given oao pull more each day. One
night a week she slept in them. The only re
lief sho had dining this period was an obliging
tendency of tho strings to break. As a conse
quence of 1 igorcus training or by nature this
young girl at 10 was very slight. This was
tho causo of a now struggle no less divided.
Extraneous developments of ono port and an
other were brought forward in turn and-thcir
uso requested. A refusal on the plea of being
boru thin was no uso. They wore applied and
nothing inappropi iato seen in a young ghl
with a plump figure and a thin faco and arms
like a child's. 'Other girls wore 'improvers,'
why shouldn't she?"'
Thus matters went on until the poor girl
was IS. A sensible man offered to marry her
and sho accepted through her mother, who
told her to doso. In truth tho girl was litllo
loath. This constant nagging and worrying of
3-cars to mako her look and appear what sho
was not, and what sho did not caro to look,
had had tho worst of all possible effects. It
had mado a sweet tempered, nffccliouato girl
of IS glad to get away from her mother to a
horns of her own.
Onco her own mistress at lca;t as far as.
her ra'mient went our strango young crea
ture began liko a butterfly to como out from
her cocoon. Sho shed her waddings and her
padding; ard her littlo rotundities. Sho hung
her ''switch" up in the apj'lo treo for tho birds
to make their nests with, and hung wholo rolls
of cotton wool beside it. Sho woro tho shcea
that fitted her foot and sho let out her stay
I do not beiiovo that woman ever had a
happier honeymoon than did sho.
Tills principlo of comfort and her idca3 of
beauty sho kept with her, and it was this that
mado her looked upon as "peculiar." Harried
nt 18 she was handsome as ever at S3. Sho
recognized in fact that even beautiful woman
has ono attribute in common v.i h a lattcn, a
colt or a bab Ilcr stomach may bo a prosaic
organ, but it is more useful to her when it
comes do vi n to everyday Jjappiucss than Is her
back hair or her hoopskiri- Sho had her prin
ciples and sho determined to live up to them.
She did not beiiovo that pastes or powders did
a bad complexion any good. Sho would not
Sho did net think because everybody else
woro their hair m tremendous "waterfalls"
on the back o their heads that sho must needs
ta'co hers down from tho crown, when it
looked well and was becoming to her. Sho
did not do it cither.
Sho did not think that just bocauso sho was
thin sho needed to swaddlo horsolf to look fat.
She dressed comfortablo, ato good things at
a proper time, looked out for her digestion and
her tcmnrr, and at tho end of a year was as
plump jis a harvest partridge
And when sho got fat," as her feminine
friends called it, sho did not lie awake nights
wishing to bo thin again. Sho simply liked it,
nnd kept honestly at work tryi g to keep her
good looks as long as possiblo. Wo cannot fol
low her much moro closoly or much longer.
At 43 wo will I--IVO her. Sho was still round
and straight. Sho could wear corsets or go
without, just as sho pleased, for sho had never
worn them tijht enough or Ions enough to
destroy tho muscles that surrounded her nat
ural waist Ioithcr was her uosj blotched or
her hands i-cd from anj' such reason, lle,r
hair, not much thinner than it had lon be
fore thanks to tho exquisite caro sho had al
ways given it was still arranged in tho soft,
prcttj', becoming way sho had always worn
it, modi God but very slightly to suit tho fash
ions of. tho day. Her skin was still pink and
white, a blessing as much duo to long years
of perfect health as to never ecasBj caro.
Sho had taken caro of her teeth and nails with
ns lnu-h concern for tho last ten years as when
she was a bride, and her husband wan prouder
of her than whoa ho married her. 2ow, do-t-pito
all this, woman did not approve of her
mild denunciations of fashionable foibles, but
still pcrsL.tvl in calling her 'strange," "pecu
liar," an 1 '") on. Such i? tho inconceivabls'
blindness of tho iex to real Iteauty u:d com
mon sense. Now York Graphic.
B. D. ALLEN, Notary Public.
C. W. GRAHAM.
C. E. JONES, Notary Public.
Allen, Graham & Jones
-buy and sell-
Make Loans on Farm and Ghattje Security,
Office 414 Douglas Ave, Room 1.
The fo'lowlnsris a releft'on from oar Kr INt of improved and ii!,imnioved farms.
sale bj us, n leima to Milt mri-h.'ise.r-'. We alb lie larj;i -to. k rnchtm in th.s a:id ad
j jiuing counties aier U,y prices. Grazing lautla Irom $. to sMUi er acr--.
12100 13 in rnltivatim. house ami etiblj,
good oH'hitrd. ft-nrrd mto4 and fcOncre
llel'.s with wa f r r m i g thioiig'i ai.d
voinex-d into-ery 40 acre tract. Oneif
the linest grnin nnd best arranged stock
farm- in HtiFKS. one-half mil' o-cii'ii,
tw.i and" a hall miles in jj.mxI railroad
town, II mi n to Wlchttn; $12 t0, oue
third cash balance to suit iniichaeer.
22 100. l.'iO in ciltlvilion, 30 acrm tame Kras,
10 aon-p timber, good .'mute ami stible
lei ced. ISasied in Iiojj Itrttj a -d c ial,
goodwill iui!iiind wind mill, good or
chird. jrooil i-jiriug 1 mile io 8chol
ttuee and a hall miles to Derby, on r.nl
rod. lh.e farm. feti,40J, on good lerma.
Si ICO, 00 ii cultivation, house stable, crib 20
in) a-ture.f-ii'Vfd; Sweliatiuil crn k good
orctiani, G rods to -clool. 7K n ilcs to
"Wichita; $4.5t0, i caeh.
37I ICO Lrin cnitivation, house. BtaMe and
crib, nice joiinjr unhurt fenced w-ll.
puiiip and v.i nil mill; Uf milrrf to Valley
Cen er, choice bottom farm; S'J.OvO.
7ti in), COinrnltivation, hnuso bsrn, cribs
ami pr 1 erv.-i-toiii-to-R f-ciie.nieeyoucg
orchard, gobdweltb, 01.000. tuims.
C2 3C0,.rOin uiltixation, tmill house and ttn
lilf , crib anil f-'raii er , mmi.h iruit: 1 mile
tosclio 1. ."Ji n il-iio Taliro-d town, 10
mileatu Wiciiia, $:J,000.
: ISO. 200 in cullivatii n 3"i scrc pasture,
fenced; good lion-o, liarn ami Hln-d,2iniies
t ruilr ad town, 11 lulled to vvjchitj;
$12,0.0, K cash.
tC 323 1-lOin cultivation, CO pa3'ii e. fenced:
jiiee vhu g ortdiaiil 2 wells, elttern; H
inileio m llnoi. ;jto One and 4 ml e- to !-
otner rallrotid town "SK miles to icliita,
very cheai); $0,000, i cath.
00320, 210 in cultivation, lion. ftablo ard
giamery, i.ood wdl and c k, 1 mile to
hIioo), II mi'e-J to SMchita; good corn
farm; $7,500, icrms.
10S 100 SO in uiHivRlion. Iiorsu and stable,
lruitnnd toret lr e-, fenn d: 20 acres i as
lure icnced, 'K milts to railioad ton;
31060, 80 in cnltivation, honcand tatile.crib
ancgracery hedge I nil around, 9 crei
of uund iruit. 2 gjod Well-, S) rods to
307 -ISO, 2."i in cultivation, 2soodliO'.ip?, good
barn, f-n el a 1 a'-ini d, mrlur- linked,
j-O'iii rch'trd. I milelo eel ool. 7:nl to
Wuhlta ver line ir m Slid ery cheip;
$12 i0), liiiiuonpart.
353 1U HOincultivtlon, house find htsble.C 0,
rd-ot g on hedge, well, liumI orchard;
'mile torchoo'; $,,10, Sl.PCOdue Uet
lsti'J, !)t.er ct. "
303 1G 9T in cul ivation. hin::c and ?tahle.
well. ii rods os -loot, 3 mi t-n to rail
road town: Hjjecial haig in and CJlaI
3C7 1"0 120 in ciiltiva'ion, house a-d Pt ble,
g'aine y. IVnced into 10 arefields;2 wells
g odoii'lianl ul all kluda of Iruit, t'-id
laijn; $4,0u0, jiait t inu.
372101, 9') in ciiltivalion, house, stable and
vrniner , well aiid spring, i-onif on: ard,
2 niiles tora.lroad town; $5,200, terms.
374 "i house bam, hug y filled and grain rv,
all iVn'd, go d Cirrsln an 1 f. edIo"is
lemel; 2 nnls to echool, 1 miie lo
SSI ICO 70 in cnltivation, house and bnrn. 15
ncres pab'ure. tniiced; Tt lie to eihool,
3 miles t-i Andover on Fribco road:.5,2L'0
SC0J 4 jr?, Sperct.
3:7 500. 320 in cul'ha'ion, g"od hnu-e. birn
and grhiuery, fenced ..nd cross fenci-d,
lted io'S ml carrais leiiccd. i tinning
vjuer :nid tnr e go-id well, line mchard
r, iiileu to Amethy, 3 id Edgecuinb:
The Oldest and Largest House in the City.
ALDRICH & BROWlff,
f kolesale and Retail Drnisk
Nos. 138 and 140 Main street
J. B. JOHNSTON,
Real Estate and.
Investor : of :-
BUNNELL I MOREHOUSE,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
A., T. & S. F. E. E. LANDS.
Bargains in city and county property. Our insurance companies are as
follows: tna, Liverpool, London, Globe', German-American, Insurance Com
pany cf North America, Phoenix, of Hartford; Home, of New York.
Business Lots and Sub-Dividing Aere
Property a Specialty.
CTRA1TG-ERS visiting tne city with a view of
it to their interest to call at Room No. 1, Noble
Somelliixig; About Uoy.
A rightly trained boy and by rightly
trained I don't ist'an a boy that ia discitiluied
out of all individuality is one of tho noblest,
loveliest and most precious creations of God;
but a malicious ly, .vho from his babyhood
is ma io to think that to be a genuine boy is
ncc ssarilr to l a mannerless, rude and
brutal cub, i.? cno of the inllictions of evil for
ttiiich thero is no sjxiflc balm in GileaiL
'Amber" in Chicago Journal.
A (Join! Crc::fc i;railicator.
All excellent grease eradieator is mado of
tho following ingredients: Ammonia, two
ounces; soft water, one quart: saltpetre, ono
tcasx'oonful; line boap, in shavings, one ounce;
mix thoroughly and keep in a covered vessel,
n.i r . .pe is a simple ono, yet it has mado
millionaires of four men who lisve successively
controlled proprirLirj rights to uso it. Bos
Just Too Sweet.
Tho young woman at the summer resorts
writes her 1,000 littlo notes on paier orna
mented with tho -Vvriter's initials in raised gold
or silver in fac-similo of tho writer's hand
1?7 1C0, 110 in cultivation, .".I ecres p-iBtnro
it'iiicil. tioiirt niitl I arn. llojr fcnl oiitle
liiB l-n eil; fconit Iruit: r nnh lo Wi h
Htt, finu vieu of tho citj ; S.oCO, terms.
If5 lil In cultivation, 1 acres timlirr, pnoil
limine n: 1 III n. feireil; velio, rch:tnl,
S mi'es t.. n.ilroed town, y Uiiljs to
lCfi 1C0 IPO in cultivation, Imnfe, harn 3"d
crib, fenced :inl cro-H e e(!.IOa Tt-hr-tiirt-,
gooii orrliar 1. 1 mile to ch(Ml, 5i
miles to raii road town; $1,500, term;.
203 1C0 110 in cnl Ivntion, Iioufp. stible an I
cnl. well, nii e 'riilt; Zffi mileri to J!rai!
rond towiib, 12 n.ik'3 tj ". ithita; $3,500,
2J1 1C0 f,0 i' cultivation, lioii'c, pminery.f.ta
blcmil ciil. lei'Ce't tint oio femed, :50
c et ln-g iirht; 'J no.nl wtlls ml nn-e
cttek, line on hiirtl; "K niiiM io rni roRil
town, 2J miled tu ISosullIll; $3,rU), j,nrt
221 SO, no in cultivation, liougp. more liousc,
ptulile. jjrainerj, rrili jim! lenceil. we 1.
gooilorclianl; oneimd n fennli mi es t
r!uirli.2 ii.lle-io . ) , 8 iiiili-b to ril
ronil town; $2,r;),; $1,000 011 time.
C70 100, 70 in cultivation, Inline, stalile, cribs
ui 1 2erinlH. feid lots atil fenced; zio
oiclmnl; Si mues to raiho.d town;
273 1,.'2',t 200incnltivntlon. well Imppiveil, all
leiiceil and al w-rereil, line arani and
Bttiek fnrin; 3'i in l-f to inilroa'1 town,
two-thirds of it bottom; S2,tKJ0, terms.
274118. 1(0 In eultivation, fenrpil nnd rro't,
ieneed: goi.d liouse, t-talil,! nnd. crll,
lleity olguod fruit, good well; $3,000,
270 ICO 90ln riiltivptlon. j;oo(l liouse and birn.
joung oreliiird,3miles to Go(ld!tid,$),OJ0,
2:1 100, 00 in eiiltlvc.tion.:;-roomhruso. stable,
pasture Je icd; Smiles to lailroad town,
252 W), mitalilt' fr-nbdlvlilin?r, threa milrs
Iroin nioi.ita; price and ternis on tvi'i'li
cation. 2S3 320, Min cultivation, honse and stible, 240
lenrcd for pas'ine good well; 9 iiiiU-b
from Wiihitii, ept'cial b.irgaln; S7,t0,
28 100. 100 In cultivitlop, house, ntnlilp, cribs
pto. in-ture, teneed; hrnrinv denarii,
flist-i-la r 1) torn land, i mir-to tchcol
2 miles to ialliuatl town; $7 000.
20 80.-10 In cultivation. 'J-roo-n house 35aera
pi-tnre feiic-i: orchard, well Mid Nin
nescih rler bjttom; S1,'X0.
01 HV). 161 cnltivnicd, feni'nl; fmi'l hon-ie.
stable and crlli. s od orchard well, nnuin
ninl wind mill. 5 mlle-i to railroad town,
CO rwiri tobdiool; ,00, urnn.
2T-2 0, 70inrultlTation, hone, st-ible. cribs,
etc.. tv-ncrtl into 4 fictile, srood youni; or
clmrl, S miles to Wichita, 40 iods to
I 33 T 1(0 COin 'lilti'.atii li, gor.d granfry. 3'f
isiilth toir.ilif ad Ktwi, .r lielaid 12
miles to Wichita; $1 OJ'J
10.1100. 120 In e ilMvation liou-e stable, eri1)
graiueiy and irals, encd and cn-s
ieiii-ii.-j weiis pim;ihiid hi d null, line
aid l.i i ge r liantoi all k i.ds of liuii; yt
. mile to bcIi ml. 3 mile to Ant'mier ou
j Fii-co railroad, $5 000, art timo.
421100, 110 ciiltivited, n"W 3-ronn houe
pantn; and cellar, smok limine fenced
and cros- ieiu'ed good lioj lot 2 koi.i!
wpIIh, i cy.iiiig orchard, S rods to
S'-lmol ii milts to Detbv, 1Job llil 4
miled $1 :U0
4." 1C0. 100 in cultivation, house, stabln and
cii!. miii e lem e. well, i reek. 3JJ mi.'e-to
Garden i'jaics, 40 ioda tJc!lool, $J,0.0.
127 1G0, SO in cu'livation, good house, barn
and ciili. will, oicli.'1'd; 1 mile to
f-ch mis i iuilcvs toCiiL-iiey on luilioad;
42S 7G', 4.7) in e.nllivj.tl.in. lioue. bRn.grain
ery, 1'J acres f-i.ee i wi h 3 wile-. l:i.r
a-re- hog tilit 7 wires welli, sluing
and rivei; ixt .icr h ol rln-ice Iruit, l..t
t mtaiid; ciJ.SOJ, Sla.KO taili, balance
at 7 )ier ct.
439-100, li-o In cultivation, fmall honce. 1 mile
to schtyol, 3i ndles to ruilroMl town;
410 3-0 acres 175 In cultivation, giod hoiH.,
largo larn, fenced: -Jeuoil v,,, irt, 1 wind
min, C acie urcliard; 4 m lei to rt.ihoid
iohii n n.ilea to Wictuia; $U,U)J, Very
go d tti'iud.
413 Ci unimpiovpd.Vrr(lt.jiriiig, ii miles to
lidtmad town; SJ.OOO.
440 1C0, 7."i in f-nltivatiin, 2-storv 7-roo.n
lioii-o good b n, lr( other sta'oling. H)
ticatM p.8 ure, feiced: we In. fine voiicc
orchard. 5 miles io railro.id tiwn, 8 io
Wichita; Sa.CJj; $3,0uocjth, balancu on
417 1C0, 20 in cultivation, 2hoiises. 2 spiinga,
4 miles to n.i roml stalion; $2,10, terms
113 SO. OOi'i cnllivntlon, IK ftor- house, s'a
Ide, well fenced, 2 'acres na-.tnre lenci-d,
son. p Iruit, 11 miles to icliita; S'.-KHJ,
450 CO, 18 in cultivation, pinsll hotii well,
1 eaeb trees, VOii forest tree-i. 3 mihu to
railroad towu; 41 MO, part time.
451 3M SJV. in cultivation, good 2 etorr hrue
b ri)24!Hl et, lia fork and deiricU, 2
guild Melt, cistrrn, 240 acres tenced for
pastu-e. good be ringorchsnl, 9 miles to
Wichita, Vi mile to hchool; $1G 0vO.
471100. 50 in cultivation, i-mall hon'e, near
railroad ttation; Slto. StCoon tims.
472 1G1. 01 in cultivation, good house and barn
140 fruit trees, 80J forest trees; S2,i00;
Si00 on time.
173 Itii, Gl in cultivation, honse and stable,
joins the town f ilurdock, Kingman
Co,; S.I.OJO; cash.
investing, -vvill find
"oble Block, Corner
Douglas and Topeka avenues, and see Dlats of the Three Inside
Additions, all of which are within ten minutes walk from the
Sole Agent for these Additions.
J. E. JOHNSTON.
WOODCOCK, D0RSEY & CO.,
m estate, mum loans
Office, Dorsey Building. Opposite Court House,
- WIC I -I IT A , IK:A,:iT
.1. P.. HOLXiDAV.
J. R. H0LLIDAY I CO.,
5u-vef n to JTAJOI. .t HOLUP.VY, Dealers 'a-
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave.. "Wichita, Kan.
Improved and Unimproved City Property
on the best improved streets in the city.
Lots on the inside on street car lines and in
outside additions. Suburban lots on the east
side in Maple Grove addition.
Business lots and business blocks for sale
at special bargains. Several fine tracts near
the city for sub-dividing and plating.
Improved farms and grass lands in all
parts of the county; also ranches in this and
All parties wishing to buy
to call and examine my list
C. A. SsTAFiORD.
T. K. CLEU
STAFFORD & CLEGG,
Real Estate and Loan Agents
Office south side Douglas ave, 2d stairway w of Lawrence.
H. W. KSNDLE,
Ami bi-nlor In
Vood. Cloth and Mctalic Burial Cases
lv. e t o line Jnr-1
uwmit-, W'khlta. Kims-
A private telephone t'lrcrt to Wichita Ci-metery.
"nimpt ntltutloti to onlets hy Telegraph.
Or.)ci alwoyn open on Uouclxt
ICE I ICE ! ICE !
DEPOT and-OFFlCE 124 WEST DOUGLAS AVE.
W. A. THOMAS,
The Oldest Reai Eshte Aajencv in Wichita.
S. COJ'.IJETT. President.
house and t table;
31" 100. 100 Incn'tivatlon. pood s-room hono,
pool ham. tr.thiery Jor 1,'fO lin. pasture,
l-neeil, 'ipKKl well-, aniirrk, orot.Mnl,
ii nille tu.-ho.l. 4 allies to G iihlanl and
Girtlen I'lniB; atieclal bargain; 81,'Oy,
$1,:C0 4 jrsfl p. ret.
SOS :r0, lin In cnlllTitlon, hrnf, stable ami
crilt. heilycil Into 4 sere fVMs, Ii-."ring
orchard: 1 n itf to echool, 6 miles to rail
road town; fS,.)00.
51, 2.V)in cultlvRtlnn, fmall hr.ne. Kan
srisiai,ile, pasture, foiiced: fine orchird,
1 mllf tocho il 1 mile- to Deibv, verv
fine lar; $9W, terra?.
474 1G", l.Vin cultlalionr
473 ino 7.i in cultivation.
$lfV.i0; Sl.OOjn tune.
47G lL'OnalmpioTed; SI, 200; SSOOoa t:me.
477 20. y) in cultivation, rooiI house .i ml fcts
ole, SO ncres f Eced.tinPetoik t.nnu; $,0t)
47S 3W, 113 in cnltivation, house and stable.
40 aeres jisstr.re, fenred. 2 or 3 aciea in
orchard; $2 (X0; rarttinu.
479 S0O, 200in cnltivaiicn. g-iol improvmer.t-:
line tannin good location; $10.00; gotd
IrO liTrt, 110 In cnltivation, house, bam,
fenced, well. 4Hndtesto rjilmad town
7 iiiil-s to Wichita, bargsiu; $3,.W;
Specihl barctiriS in city and suburban pio.;-
f hen 2iacre lot n College 11111.
riv-and tn aere tracts suitable for pKttinjj
auil vardrnicg. very low on tenus lo tail
Business 1 U on ITain and Douglas avenue'.
A. HESS. Vice President.
J. n. r.lJKCK. Secretary and Tre?urtr
Wholesale Groeer Company
Nos. 233 and 235 North Main St., WICHITA, KAN.
TO THE PUBLIC!
Always on Hand at Dcoot.
Orders for Shipment and Citv Delivery
Promptly Attended to.
Telephone No. 128. S0HN & WILKIN.
BUY LOTS IN
Butler -:- li -:-
LAEGE STOCK OP
Spring .:. Work .:, at .:. Cost.
"We will of fer for next, thirty days our very large stock of Spring
work, consisting of one very fjre Vis-a-Vis, one 12-Passenger
Hack, a number of fine Carriages of different styles, also Surrys,
Phsetons, Buggies, and Spring wagons in great variety,
At Cost in Our Repository.
This isno advertising scheme, Imt anoticeto the people, made in
good faith, in order to dispose of a very large stock before the close
of the season We will, to accommodate persons who are not auite
ready to buy. take a small payment down and hold goods for a few
days. "Wiy also take gCGd notes on reasonable time.
Now is Your Chanee
To get a good vehicle at cost. Come early while there
stock to select irom. Kemember the place.
These Lots are dose to the City LirnHs, and ato lying boiweon Cartlral Ave
and Second Street, east cf town. Those lot are for sale on cheap
and easy ternis. No colleae, Union depot or machJno ihops
are to be built Gn them. For ttiims apply at
BUTLER & FISHERS HARDWARE STC RE
110 DOUGLAS AViC.
igSpf ; Finest : Rests
123 MARKET STREET.
PotTcr of a Good Wife.
A good wife can govern her husband in al
most everything if sho has tact and knows
how to go about it without his knowledja
Queen Margharita, of Italy, has chosen a
woman physician, Signora Margarita Fame,
cno of tho first Italian women to study medi
cine. Do not' keep drinking water in a galvanized
iron paiL The zinc coating acts readily upon
tho water and forms a poisonous oxide.
We do not make special efforts to sell in any particular locality,
because we have special bargrins
ALL OVER THE CITY,
and we desire to give our customers the privilege of
mi a t -i
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in which to "buy. We take great pleasure in showing property, bot h.
city and farm.
MONEY TO LOAN
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
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CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ANSWERED.
L. B. BUNNELL & CO.
The Nicest Lots in the City are in
HIB AUGER'S -:-ADDITION,
Eetween Park and Tenth Streets, west of Washington Avenue
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Prices Low and Terms Easy.
BUNNELL a MOREHOUSE,
125 West Douglas Avenue.