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Sfoe tcftita Sails Sfile: toxrefci IJfcorttitxfi, Writer 21, 1886
WONDERFUL TRICKS EXPLAINED BY
OK? WHO PROFESSES TO KNOW.
All Very Siinplo and Easily Understood
Isyclns ami His Three-I-cggcd Stool
Cabinet Tricks 3I.wlo ZZjtyA Sliracul
ous Growth ofl'Iowcrs.
Tlic writer sat through one of a modern
magician's sleight-of-hand performances
Boni3 nights m?o and noticed once or twice
that his right-h.tnd neighbor took unusual
interest in the entertainment. Not that
he teemed particularly pleased, for he
moi2 than once gave vent to exclamations
iudir itms an thing hat joy or astonish
ment. As tlu audience tiled out at the
coniluon c f the cabinet seances the
writer made ome common-place remark
to the gentleman who had sat next to him.
One -word led to another, and Ave minute
later the two ere seated together in a
resort near by.
"The posters and announcements of this
'grvs4 magician' make one smile," he said
during a pause in the refreshments.
''Fm.i them one would think thai lie was
goii. to prove a mixture of the
devii md Dr. Fanstus, while, on the con
trary, the tricks he performs were old
when I was a boy' and tire speaker
Gtrokei hi long beard angrily. ',Vfcwof
them :ro of later date, bat they were
copied from European magicians, so
called. They are alfvery simple and easily
understood. Take his levitation act for
instance. The posters represent him
Bailing all ocr the auditorium. That,
of couie, is mere theatrical adver
tising. He docs not even leave
the stage. The theatre is darkened
and a stuffed dummy Avith a phosphor
escent mask is swung about the theater
by a wire. As for Psycho, as he called it,
it is nothing but a piece of mechanism
worked by a man concealed below the
Etage. The magician repeats the question
or problem in a loud voice, and all the
men have to do is to move the hands right
and there you are!
rYcno and ms ool.
'I saw the same thing worked in Lon
don years ago. The machines arc sold there
for o by the carload. These iigurea may
be worked in two ways. One is by forcing
or sucking the air through them in the
same maimer that the monkeys in tobac
conist's windows are made to pinoles. The
other way is by menu of a key by which
the swinging arm can be moved as easily
as the hands of a watch. The three legs
of the stool on which Psycho is placed aro
hollow and aic fitted on tubes which pass
through the stage and aie connected with
an air-pump. The air passes through the
glass cylinder and operates the figure as
easily as the a-r passes through your nos
trils and operates jour lungs. A silver
plated w ira can be put through the glass
cylinder to operate the head or hand with
out being soui by the audience, and thus
cause PA-cho to perform his feats with
the greate-t ease.
'The feat of parn.; Ine knight over tiie
chess bond 1 vh teach you in live min
utes or forfeit -100. Those cabinet tricks
have bov?n seen and explained a thousand
timec, -o that every schoolboy under
stands them. The confederate who cuts
the knots an 1 ties them again as soon as
the ; ngiuan takes his seat in the cabinet,
is concealed just behind the front apart
ment of the caoinct on a small platform.
Thcro is a door in the center of the bae'e
of the cabinet A hich turns on a pivot, so
that he (the confederate) can enter and go
out of the box a3 quickly as possible and
show his face at the window, ring tiie
bell", beat the lambcminc, thrust hia
hand J out, tut the magician loose or tie
him fast, as he requires. lie can tie or
untie the cords placed on the magician's
person in a very short time.
sevjiial mooeh.v mii:acli.
'Ton saw him do tho-e alleged spiritual
istic tricks with the tables and chairs?
That furniture U made of. the lightest
poaible kind of wood. Upon the table
and chaiis lie has some fine wire places
into which ho slips his fingers and moves
the furniture where ho pleases. 1 have
Fecu the same" thing done by means of
lino nails driven into the wood. By ex
tending his fingers against these a man
can got 'purchase" enough to lift the ob
ject. '"You siotictd.the apparently miraculous
growth of lb were in the pot? Go to-morrow
night and watch him closely. It is
an old tiick, and when 1 was a boy I used
to amusj our people with it. The trick
consists simply in changing the empty
cone rapidly as the performer pae..
toward the not. How about the hot
coffee? Oh, my dear boy, that is done bj
diopping into it a piece of unslaked lime
that has been concealed in the palm of
the hand. And those drinks? That's as
easily explained as the other. In the
bottom of the tumblers are essences of
various kind? of liquor. The same liquor
generally sweetened water or thin wine
is poured into the tumbler, and the re
sult is somttning tasting like the liquor
"Then you know tho performer has con
federates all over the house. Some of tho
men who come upon the stage during the
cabinet tricks are in his employ, as is also
the man in the gallery who cries out that
Psycho is wrong. He has been placed
the:o for that purpose so that the per
foi mer can prove that Psycho is right. If
1 didn't want to bore you 1 could go
.straight through his programme and
show up every trick he does."' Chicago
W. L. McBEE
Sedgwick County Abstractor.
:USifSE&,-:ji-rI -"ra'SsSg-iVf- .&cZl&lA3BJI IT
y6?S-g . ? "Sgf'rr0UT Of THE VCOOS W.TO KMA5 i&Sf-
The Oldest and Largest House in the City.
ALDRICH & BROWN,
Wholesale and Retail Driiwists,
Nos. 138 and 140 Main street,
Real Estate and
B. D AIXEX, Xotaiy Public.
C.K.JOXB3 Notary Pabllc.
Allen, Graham & Jones
-buy and seli-
investor :- 01 ; ta
Business Lots and Sub-Dividing Acre
Property a Specialty.
CTEAITG-ERS visiting the city witTi a view of investing, will find
it to their interest to call at Room ITo. 1, Noble Block, Corner
Douglas and Topeka avenues, and see plats of the Three Inside
Additions, ah of which are within ten minutes walk from the
Make Loans on Farm and Chattel Security,
Office 414 Douglas Ave, Room 1.
The following is a election from oar l.wje list of Improved sml unimproved farms. Tor
ale by us, vn terni3 to suit purchaser. "We also hsvelnrgt? ttock ranches In tills ami M.
joining counties at very low prices. Grazing land3 from Si to 510 pernor.
StG60, go in caitlviition. house anil stable.m.
one jn.naorT. hedge.l H around. 0 acre
of good indt. 2 sraod welts, SO rods to
12 100.1"1in cr.ltivatlon. house aadstubl?,
pood orchard; fenced into 40 anil tO acre
ilelds with water running through and
conveyed intoeiery iO acra tract. One of
the finest grain and Debt arranged stock
farina In Kaiaa. one-half mile o school,
two and a half miles to good railroad
town, 11 rail t-3 to Wicblti; S12.0P0, one
tairdessh, balance to suit purchaser.
-4S0, "25 ia cnltivjttioa, CK80d!.on5?H,R
bam.ffncwl all sreiinil, paturd fentv
rood urchard. 1 milto tcbool, "i:i!l-
Wlthlta, rj ftne farm ami ory che.
Sltl.iCO, Umcotj part.
J. E. JOHNS
I am. prepared to offer to Investors some Rare Bargains in Wick
ita Real Estate. How is the time to invest; if you hold off 1 or
lower prices vou will be woefully disappointed. Prices are still
daily advancing and will continue to do so.
Below is a Partial List of our Bargains and Sure to make Big poney
For the Investor.
75 f et fcont onth3 CDrnsof Tenth st. and "Wabash Ave.
50 fest front on aiain st. in Fairview addition.
1 acre in Perry j addition; good location and a Bargain.
75 feet front on corner of Emporia and Kellogg sts.
100 feet front on the corner of Emporia and Lewis st.
5o feet front on Fourth ave. 4 blocks south of Douglas ave.
10 acres in Tarleron's 3d add, very cheap; suitable f orjsub
dividing. 37 feet front on Market St.; new house, 4Tooms.
We have some very fine Business Property
that "w e can sell at (3-reat Bargains.
IiwcMiponed alirat '.lis-. LI, cry Sti'o'- on Sm'h V.i- st.-M. n-.i tj th' DnU? A.'uiaj Ilite!, where
111 bj found ilrst cl.i3? Tarn outo,
New Carriages n!w Dri In ; Hor-ies. Everthin new an 1 P.rt diss. Ghe nie a call.
SWMT at imm m V cou-n
ifeSM2?s.t mw. f;ss wm &as8a
Restaurant : in : Kansas.
UE A SPECIALTY OF TROPICAL rl'.UITS
AKD UARE CONFECTIONS.
and MAIN Streets,
GANDOLIO & KOSSI, Pioprle
- Eranen House, Now Kiowa, Kan. -
Improved and Unimproved City Property
on the best improved streets in the city.
Lots on the inside on street car lines and m
outside additions. Suburban lots on the east
side in Maple Grove addition.
Business lots and business blocks for Sale
at soecial 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 would do well
to call and examine my list before buying
The Oldest Real Estate Agency in Wichita,
iiffl isn in onltiY-ition. SO acres tamo eras;
10 acres timber, kooiI Iiouec and stable
f..nrpil? i.sHciea in hoc lots and carral-
good well, pump and wind mill, good or- i
chard, good spring: 1 mile to school,
three anda halfmiles to Derby, on rail-1
road, flue farm. So.ttM, on goouw.ma. 303-161. IW in cultivation, hunto and atabla.
wen. io roils to sebool. 3 miles to rail
, 3K 160. KOincultivtlan, hons ami ialdp,G
rotwoi peoa iiwtgo. well, good orcnaru:
Jfmlle to tokool; St,r0, Sl.OOduo On
l&y, 9 per ct
3 1 1G0, 00 in cnltivalion, hone stable, csib iD
inpaxturc, fenced; dwells and creek. pood
orchard, G) ro-13 to t-chool, 7K miles to
Wichita; SI, 500, icash.
37i'lG0. 151 in cultivation, honio, stable and
' crib, nice young orchard, fenced: well.
pump and '.tind mill; ltf miles to alley
Center, choice bottom farm; tG.OoO.
i'iro cnitimitivation. house, barn, cribs
' and craiuery, 4-ton stock sciie.uice young
orchard, soodwells; $t,00). terms.
C 1G0, r.0 in cultivation, email honso and bta
blc, crib andgraiuery, some lruit; 1 mile
to school. 3i miles to rallrosd town, 10
miles to Wichita; $3,000.
200 la cultivation. 3"i acre
"fenced ; "pood house, barn and shed .Smiles
to railroad town. 11 miles to Nwchiti; ;
$12,000, K cash. t
320, 140 in cultivation, CO pastu e, fenced:
nice vourt' orchaid, 2 uellE, cistern; i
:,., ,r.nl 'Mn nnA hml 1 nillea tO ail- I
1U1IB IU SllMW'i vuv - ------ :. i
other railroad town, bi miles to W lchlta, i
very cheap; SO.'XtO, i ensn.
road town; special bargain and special
W 1G0. 120 lu cultivation, house and tdle,
gtalnery: fenced into 4t) aero ilelil;i well
gQOdoichard of nil kinds of fralt, rood
urm; S 1,000, part time
r.2 100, 90 In cultivation, house, stable nml
j:ralner, well a-.d spring, some ore nrl,
'Hi ndles to i .'oad town; J,200, term
174 320, house, barn,bugcy shed and gTalnfrT,
all fenceii, good curral- and ftedlrtn
feme I; 2 miles to school, I mile So
3S1 ICO, 70 in cultivation, lions? and barn, 1.,
acres pasture, lenco I; K mile to school,
3 miles to Andoer on Frisco roal;5J,200
SoOO 4 yrs, spprct.
3;7 Cikt, K0 in cultivation, gvod hone. bart.
and graiuery, fenced and cro3 fenced.
feed lot3 and carrU fencm; running
water and three good Wells, lino orchard.
5 mile-) to Ameshy. 3 to EdgeCMnib.
9C 320, 210 in cultivation, house.
W. S. COIIIJETT. President.
A. HESS. Vice President.
J. II. BLACK, Secretary and Treaurtr
Wholesale Grocer Company
Nos. 233 and 235 North Main St., WICHITA, KAN.
- TO THE PUBLIC!
LARGE STOCK OP
C3TN. 15. Orders for ICE CttEAJI In any flavor patk
tJ In Jloulds or Bulk, promptly fllled.
V. N. DEAN.
A. II. ILVrWELL. Notary Public.
DEAN I MAXWELL,
Real Estate Dealers.
Wo havo property in evei
y desirable locality In tho dtp: also a largo list of Farm Property. By calling
Ico pou can get our prlce3 ana see our property free of charge.
OrFICE:-n003I 4 EAGLE BLOCK.
First stairway cast of Wichita National Bank.
DEAN & MAXWELL
J. K. nOLLIDAY.
Three C.r.n e- tVltliotil. Their Hend-.
In ancient Home another very remark
able discovery has been made in the gar
dens of Pall'tst, where excavations are go
ing on relative to the progress of establish
ing and building uiyi new quarter to tho
city. It is no less than a colossal group.of
the Three Graces, evidently a work exe
cuted in the palmy days? of ancient sculp
ture, and of rare merit. It Is in a wonder
ful sdale of preservation, except the un
fortunate lois of all tho three m heads,
which, it is hoped may yet be unearthed.
If these can ba fAimd it will be one of .tin.
most important revelations that this
mania for prgKSs and the rebuilding of
Home has yet given us, but .the chancei
are that some Visigoth chief ta'ia under
Alatic carried ofT.the heads as a memento
of lTis v.ito the Eternal City. Vandals
ofUhis,uind,are still'ni be found in all the
principal cit:es oi Europe. aau r rauciseu
Kngli-h ArUtocrats, Going; intw Trade.
The Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot,
who bcaudalized the British aristoracy
some limcngo by engaging in trade, lmv
ing nut i3J,0J0 into the cab business in
Loudon, lias now added tojiis commercial
undertaking by retailing coal. Tho nobil
ity at last ars beginning to make them
selves tfc-etul. A number of yoanger sous
of noblemen follow agricultural pursuits,
and have opened milk and butter bhops iu
London. Lortls and dukes now dafiblo
openly in the stock exchange. A duchess
resigred her place as lady-in-waiting to
the queen some time ago to open a"miiliu
ery shjp, because there was more money
in it; and'thc earl of Kenmartf. chamber
lain to her majesty the queen, whose Irish
tenants can not or will not pay him any
rent onvhis deeply, incumbered estates, is
about to cstablibh a number of gin-shops
i". .t-"3om. Cliicngo Tribune.
J. R. H0LLIDAY I CO.,
Spring .:. Work .:. at .:. Cost.
We will offer for next thirty clays our very large stock of Spring
work, consisting of one very fine 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 is no advertising scheme, bnt a notice to 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 quite
ready to buy, take a small payment down and hold goods for a few
days. Will also take good notes on reasonable time.
Now is Your Chanee
To get a good vehicle at cost. Come early while there is a large
stock to select from. Kemember the place,
KELLY, ALEXANDER I RAHN,
Vra'inery, good well and creek, 1 mile to
echool, 11 miles to Wicnita; goou eoru
farm; $7,500, terms.
108 K.0, SJ in cultivation, house r.nd stable,
fruit and forest trees, fenced; 20 acres iia3
ture fenced, Hi milea to railroad town;
127-1C0, 110 in cultivation, 5 acres pasture.
lenced; hoifeo ami nam, iiv mm -'
lots fen- cd; some fruit; f miles to lch
lta, nnc eiv of the clt ; 3S..10O, terms.
155-127 iu cultivation, 2 acres timber, good
house and barn, fenced; wolle, orchard,
.". mile-, t.. rtdlioad town, 1) mites to
Wichita, SO. ICO
l(w JCO, K0 in cultivation, honso, barn and
crib, feiaed and cross fenced; 40 acre pas
ture, good orchard. 1 mile to tchool, Ui
miles to railroad town; 81,000, terms.
'Oa 1G0. HOincul ivation. house, stabto and
crib. i oil, some lruit; ?li miles to 2 rail
road towns, 12 ndle3 f Wichita; S3.G00,
"21 lW),0in cultivation, lion-.e, gralnery .sta
ble and crib, fenced and cross Tenced, .V)
ace? hog tight; S good wells and nice
cieek, line orchard: 7K miles to railroad
town, 2,' miled to ll -elllll; $3,5u0, part
2-i SO, CO in cultU ation, ho- se, imoko honso,
stable, uraiuerv, crib and fenced; well,
good orchard; one an 1 n fourth mlloa to
chmch, 2 raileMor. O , Smiles to rail
road town; $2,000: $1,000 on time.
70 ICO, 70 in cultivation. House, Biaoie, cwi)j
and2carrals, fed lot and fenced; pootl
orchard; T,i miles to railroad town;
no i r.in nnnfn .n1tirntlfin. woll lmnrOX ed. fill
lenced and all warercd, line praln and
stock farm; 3J miles to railroad town,
two-thirds ontbottom; 523,000, terms
271 US, 100 in cultivation, fenced and cross
fenced; good honse, stable and crllM,
plenty ol good fruit, good well; $T,000,
27C 100,00in cultivation, good hou6e and bam.
vounr orchard, 3 miles to Godilard,S,w0,
2siio, 00 In cultl ation, 3-room house, Etable.
pasture lenced; 2 miles to railroad town,
2S2 100, suitable for pubdlvlding, three mile
lrom WIchlts; price and terms on appli
cation. 2:3 32"), 00 in cultivation, honec and Bthble,240
fenced for pasture, good well: 9 miles
from Wichita, special bargain; $7,0C0,
2sS 100. 160 in cultivation, house, stable, cribs
etc. imsture. fenced: bearing orchard.
first-daiB b ittorn land, K mile to chool
2 miles to railroad town; $7,00')
2r0 0, i0 In cultivation. 2-roonihou3e,.15acre
pasture, fenced; orchard, well and Nin
nescali river bottom; $1,000
133 SK0. COin tultlvallrn, good granery .
, miles to railroad town.vny llnelai.d
etable and i lnijpa t0 Wichita: Sl.OOO
10J ICO, 120 in rul'lvallon. hoiwe. ftable. trlb
gridnery and crraU, lenceit and cr
tenced ;2 wells, jtumpand wind mill. line
and l.trge orchard or all kind-of liittt,
mlla to school, a mile Iv Am'ovir o i
Frisco railroad; 53,000, j art time
121100, 110 cultivated, new .Vroom home
iantnycud cellar, amok houie, foiled
and cross fenced, good hug lot. 2 g"C. 1
wells, i ice vouug orchard, bi rod9 t
Eehool.ft,1; miles to Derby, Kose I il t
mlte SI. too
120100, 100 In cultivation. Iioiho, htablo a- !
ci lb. BOiao lenco. well. rrevk; Shmi.e.n
Garden riaina,4i) rod to echool; J,oiv;
127100,80 In cultivation, good houie, i"
and crib. 2 well, orchard; 1 mt.t i
ehoolBli mllori toGJuney n tailr a I
12S 760, 100 In enItIvilon, hone. barn,, r i!n
ery, ISO acres facml wlUi5lwlrej, 1 j
aortw hog tight 7 wlrtw. wells, spiln
and river; 3f ncr.fi of chole trnlt. L t
tomland; $.22,800, S.mio cash, l.alama
at 7 porct.
130 1C0, 100 In cultivation, nnll honte, imn
towhool, 3i luilo to railroad 'i t i,
1 10 320 nerea 17ft In cUIvtloo, good h' .
largo barn, fenced; 2good wolla, 1 wr 1
mill, 0 aero orchard: 1 m tw to rsilroi I
town. 8 mllos to Wichita: $0,o,
1I.J 1C0. unimproved. ecedeprlng, Hi mil. t
railroad town; 45,O0).
4ti;p.O, 75 In enluvatin, 2-tory 7-r o-i
house, goodhri, lothar stablintr,
acnes pasture, fi ueds wellrt, flnttj1''0'
orchard, 5 mln to rallroml town, m
WichltJi; $5,8o; $t,OKcsh, halaf.r- e .
117160, 20 in cultivation, 2hoi:ee. 2 pprli, e,
ii miles to rai.'rocd station; 2,n' lnu
115 fl. 0tn rullivatlon, Hi utory honi", ia
ble, well fenced ,29 aco-a pnture, fenc 1,
Eomofruit, 11 miles to Wicliita; $. .
100 tO, lain cultlalim, email hoiwe. r.eil,
peach trees, 200 foreut tre, .1 mllen to
railroad town; tl f-00, part time
-151 3?0, 230 In cultivation, good 2 story hruie.
brii2tbf-pt, hav fork anl ilerr.ci, 2
good woIU, extern, 210 aorf fene-d f r
pftsttuo. goolb,ringorchard,0 mllfato
VVIchlta, Vi mile to echool; 9IC.0;
171 10. .'O in cultivation, small hnnr, rear
rMlroad station; Sl.fW. $100 on tin
472100. V) In cultivation, good house at.d rn
110 fruit treea. gOT forot trew, l .
SitO on time
473100, 00 In cultivation, hou' r.cd tai ,
Join tho town of Mnrdoek, Klnga-
Co,; 53,096; ioah,
471100, lOin cultivation,
-iw. 70 in cultivation, Iiswi
1,0; Sl.OtOn time.
Rod Ui .
oot inn iri r-nllirAlnd fnnerd; fnmll lion!.
atablo and crib, giod orchaid. well, pitmp J 170 100 unimproved; $1,360; $8o t in
and wind mill; 0 mites to railroad town. ,. , ,
CO roda ta school; $1,200, ttrnn 477820, SO In cultivation. goodUout-anl .
nie, to acre iecni,uaewiusii. "" "
123 MAHKET STREET
-Successors to MAJOR & HOIXIDAY, Dealers In-
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kan.
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 iii connection. For further in
formation call at 6n S Market st.
OHIO i WESTERN MORTGAGE AND TRUST CO.,
Farm Mortgages, Interest at Low Rates, No Delay,
ACT AS TRUSTEES TOR CORPORATIONS. COPARTNERSHIPS. ESTATES AND D.-DIVIDUALS.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS-
DAVID ROEISON, JR., President, Toledo, Ohio. JAMES J. P.OBISON. Seosztaet.
OZFjFICIS, 12V 2VE.X2ST STBSBT-
H. W. KENDLE,
FTJENRAL -:- DIEZCTOB.
And Dealer In
Wood, Cloth and Metalic Burial Cases
CASKETS, ROBES, GLOVES, CRAPE, FTC.
222 SO, 70lncultivation, house, fetable. cribs,
etc , tenceil into 4 field, good young or
chard, i mil3 to Wichita., 40 rod to
tchool; $3, MO.
32 100. Wi In cultivation, good 6-room houte,
goodbarn, gralnery for l.XObn, pi3tnrf,
Inc.-1; 2gooti wells, and creek, orcnanl,
K mile to school, 4 miles to Goddard and
Garden Plains; special bargain; Sl,2
Si, COU 4 jraG par ct.
I7tj-0J, 2091n ooltlvhtlon, goii ltnwo' .
Cne arm In ?wl local; ?J.'' S
IgO m, 1 in calilvatUw, lwt. ' P
feaowl. we'll. 4SmIlrto rllro'l
7 mil to WleWta. barsMa.
SCO 1C0, 110 in cultivation, hcu', stable and 1,9(4 on Urne.
crio, uetfgtu inio io acre ueiua, bearing . .
orchard; 1 mile to cchool.c miles to rail- SpcUl btrjiin la city and Mn I'
road town ; 8.","C0. J -rty.
I Cheap :iacre ios oa!llrg iin.
mi n ovtin r.n!tlvi.tlr.n. rndH hmn K.n- Hv and ten acre traeta trttaW" tar
.- srt.rin Tinotrtrfc r.r.ri f.m. nrrh.ni i and sanlnlng, very IM
1 mile to School (miles to Derby, very i , IurchafM n rfTt
See farm; tti.O.O, terms. i Kotaw l-U i Mtln nd Dm
47a ifiO, IlSlncultlvatlon, ! and -U '
10 acr pntnre. ffnei. S or 3 fin n
orchard; V2(C; r'Uu"-
We do not make special efforts to sell in any particular ioca1ityv
" because ve have special bargrln
MONEY TO LOAN
On Chattel Mortgages and City Property,
IN SMALL OR URGE AMOUNTS.
SHOBT TIME AT THE LOWEST KATES
Wichita Banking Co.
116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
nave tiro flue hearse
cnue. Wichita, K&ns.-v
A private telephone direct to VTichltA Cemetery. Oface alway orn on Doofci
Vompt attention to orders by ielesraph.
C. A STAFFORD
T. T. CLEG
1all over the city,
STAFFORD & CLEGG, .
Real Estate and Loan Agents
Office south side Douglas ave, 2d stairway w o. Lawrence.
and v.-e clssiro togh-e oar cte&xtms h privtloge ot
Clioosii- Tlioir - Ow - Locality
iniwbich to buy.
vre tkegreatpieasure In sho
rtly and rann.
rfog properly, boih
Will deliver ICE to any pau of the City.
Order by mall or give orders to drivers of our wagons.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ANSWERED.