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gfige WLizhite Sails Hste 'SEstfixesclag learning, gJecjemfcoer 29, 1886.
R. R. TIME TABLES.
St. I... Ft. S. AAV. It. K.
KVST t"C.M TRAIN'S.
Train leaveR "Wichita 9J5a.m.aud7:J0ptm.
Train arrives, from t!! t 8.10 a. m. and .20 p.m.
Train leaves... .
6:30 a. m. nnd 8 p. m.
.9.-05 a. m. and 730 p. ni.
Wichita fc Colorado.
Train leaves for Hutchinson.. ..9.15-a.m. and 750 p.m.
Train arrives from Hutchinson.. 9:24 a.in.and.:fop.m
A., T. A S. F. K. It.
. 7:40 u m.
.ll:lr a. m.
. 3 25 a, m.
..7:4!) p. in.
2 U p. m.
. 7.4Cp. m,
.12.13 p. m.
asfi a. m.
. 220 p. m.
. S.25 a. m.
. 7;4U p. m.
3oing North, Passenger.....
Going N'orth, Accommodation
joins South. I'.xvsencr
Goln,? South. Pasnicer.....
GoIiik South. Accommodation
Goln North, Passenger.....
GoliiK North. Accommodation
Going South. Passenger....
Going Siuth, Accommodation
Goln.? North, Passenger
Goinar Suuin, rassenvr...
YTlclilta A 'western.
. 8.20 a. m.
. 7:15 p.m.
.12-05 p. m.
. B.4" a. m.
. 7.50 p.m.
. 211 p.m.
So. 2, Mail and Express,..
Ho. 4, LxpreKj
No. 1 fci!l and Express. ...
3!o. 3, Express
St. liouis A San rranelsco.
..6.30 a. m.
. ysu p. m.
,. 9:20 p.m.
Going Wcvt, Passenger
0lni5 We-it, Pn-ssonsur
Guuis West. Freight
Goln East, Puns-nctcr
Going Uast Pa?eiiger
Going East, Freight
Going East, Freight
G. W. CuriEvr Jr.
THOS. C. WIL30.N
CLEMENT &. WILSON
Attorneys at Lw. Ileal estate law and exami
nation of title-, a specialty. Otilco 231 Main street,
J. P.. HAIXOWEI.T., J-K- HUME.
Late U. 8. Attorney.
HALLOWELL and HUME,
Lawj ers, 1 North Main St., Wichita, Kan. Ill tf
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorney at-Lnw. Wichita, Sedgwick county. Kan.
OfdcA in Centennial niock. tI193tf
J. R. SITES.
AttCRuy at-Law. Offlco 117 E DcuelM avenue,
with Anglo American Loan and Investment Co.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
Attomeyfl-avLaw. Offlco In i lie Eagle Block, over
IJo cy a: Co'h Dry Goods Etore. " Jal-
REUBEN H. ROYS,
Attornoy at Law, odlcein thoKoya Illock. corner
Dougla and Lawrence uvenuej. Wichita. Kansas.
EDWIN WHITE MOORE,
Attorney-nt-Law. over Wichit-i National Bank, Wich
W. K. CAnusi.E. A. N' J. Cr.09K. L. L. CakusI-i:.
Carlisle, Crook and Carlisle,
Law era. Booms2 and 4 over 217 East Douglas av
w. r. cuirunix. - - -ER-
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Attomcj s at Law, Wichita. Kan. 100-tf
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attorneys at-Law. No, 123 N. Main fit. opposite
eoatoffice. Commercial collections a EpecU.ty.
Will practice in Btate and Federal courts.
W. A. MORRIS,
Attorncy-at-Law. No. 221 East Douglas aienue.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attornev at-Law. Office, No. 124 N Main street, up
BtAl" It to tXH,tofflce. Wichita. Kansas. OUwKtl
H r HICS8. W. E. hTAIiLET.
H-abI-c SLUSS& STANLEY.
Attornev s at Ijivr. Wichita. Kansas.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at-Law. Office first door north cf V. S.
Land offlce In Commercial Block, Wichita, Kansas.
Special Attention given to all kinds of bUMiie.ss con
nected with the United States Land office.
"HATTON & RUGGLES.
Mtornevp ntLaw. Kigle Block. Wichita. Kansas.
jame's. f. major.
Atti.rnoy at-Law. Will pmcticv In all Kansas
courts, collect Ions a aioclaity. Oilice over hmlth &
StoverV. Dougl.i-. avenue, Wichita, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Attorney at Law and collect inn agent. No. li Main
street. Wfohila. Kansas.
E. D. PARSONS.
Attornernt-I.iw and Heal Kstaio Agent,
opposile Manhattan hottl. room y.
H. E. CORN.
Atlorncvat ;v.v. OiUce ov er 122 Douglas av enue.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney-ct-Iw. Office over Hyde & Humblo'e
Book htore, 114 Main street, up stairs, Wichita. Kan.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorncy-at-Law, Woodman's Bank building, 143
6. W. COUJNOS. HOUEBT M. I'LATT.
Attorneys at-Law. Will practice in stato and fed
eral courts. Office In Temple block. Main street, sec
ond stairway north of post office, Wichita, ICnnoas.
W. ADAJM. ':- W. AJJ VHS.
ADAMS &. ADAMS.
Attorneys at Law. Will practice in state nnd fed
eral courts. Office in Eagle Mock. Wichita, Kansas.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attorney at-Law. lloom No. S, U. S. Land Office
building. Wichita. Kan.
W. S. MORRIS.
tAttomey-at-Law. Office in Temple- Block, Wichita.
n. a. sAMtmr. ' f- c-viiraEix.
La-vjers. Wichita, K?na. Office southwest cor
ner Market street and Douglas ave.
DR. B. F, HASKINS,
OClccTlitllng block, cor. Douulas andJMnrkct. en
trance to office U v elev ator. Office hours 9 to 11 a m.
ami 2 to 5 p in.; residence a6 n Toicka av e. Wichita.
Kan. '" tr
DR. G. B. M. FREE,
Late K'"sUlent I'liyslcian .-nd Surgeon in the
Phllalelphia Hospital, Philadelphia; and In Hav
ViewHjnltal. lUHi'iiori' Consultation in German
and English. Pv or nlsht clU promp ly aiibwcrctl.
Office ov er 123 W." Douglas av enue. Wichita. 22 lm
DR N. S. COINER,
nav ing attetidod lectures at UnlvprPlty or yirglnlR.
Universitv of Marv land and Bellevue Hospital; vv ith
three v ear experience: offir- Ills profeional wv.
Sees to the ciilzcus of Wicnisn, Office 11. w Douglas
Dr. T. U ANDREWS,
Specialist la UIenes of ear. no-c, and throat. Office
Temple 'block, up stairs. No. 7. "2
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D.
Office and residence corner of 4tli and IXmglas avea.,
ILvcker & Jackson's building, Wichita.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
docIaHIo Diseases cf the Fjo, Ear, Noe and
Throat. Catarrh rna lltfng glasses. Office -outhv tst
corner Dousjla? and Market, up stairs, Wlciita. Ktins.
nonvEonathtst. General rractire. chronic dt-ca.-o.
ani dlsoa-es of female-. leU-phon No. Kn.
Office ana rasiac nee over ti . om uiuunwc
:ore. 117 N Main Ktreet, Wichita, Kan
Oflic-s hours, S to 10 a. n
n i n. in., iua ui uiKUk
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D
Office 213 Kast DugU' ave. Ee-Meuce- Ku Nm th
Emporia avenue, near corner of Urst street. Tolo
phone 157 Or A. 1. T.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
Honio?path:-t. Office with lr. It. Msthews "Calti
street, second rUtrway north of rtoftlce. Resi
dence. 10iT North Fourth street, near Union dexvot,
Wichita, Kansas. Telephone Xo. Hi
. DR. J. J. STONER.
HomwrpaOdst. Office opposite pestofflee. Jt?sl
dence, C23 Nortli Main street, Wichita. Kansas. Tele
DR. B. A". GUYTON & SON.
Phys Iclans and Surgeons. Office Peam block, oppo
site Occidtntal hotel. Ite-sidente, 7S7 Wattr street.
corner Oak street.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Physician and Surgeon. QfAcv and residence 420
Douglas avenue. New and effectual treatment of
hmorrhoiis, and diseases of woman a specialty.
' JDRS. McCOY & PURDY,.
Office 117 Main street, ovrr Kecht t Sons'
Wichita, Kun. Telephone at residence.
J. KOXOX WELCH, M. D. T. E. WELCH, H. D
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Office 22 Douglas avenue, "Wichita, ITansa?, where
they may le found at all Hours.
RUSSELL &. JORDAN.
Physicians and Surgeons. Ofilcc on weat Bide of
iLiin street, first stairway south of Masonic building.
Telephone to A. D. T.
L S. ORDWAY, M. D.
Homocepathist. Office corner Douglas aad Law
rence avenues, rooms 1 and 5; telephone 153.
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Physician and Surgeon. Will continue his profes
sion in all 1U branches Consultation free. Office
and residence at 131 N Main st.. over WcUer & 3111
ler'n paint office. . k2!l
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon. Offlce over Tuller & Son's
L S. MUNSELL, M. D.,
Physician, surgeon and Gynecologist. Consulting
phjsician to the eye. ear and Surgical institute, 2e
and Z North Slain stn-et, where he can be found
day or night. Does a general practice; dli
J. E. BENNETT, M. D.
Of the firm of "Hall & Bennett," doc a general
practice, but gives special attention to the cure of
EPILWY "r falling fits, the OPIUM HABIT,
CATA U .1,1'ILES and private deseasfts In both sexes.
Cons i'tali n free a?id confidential. Office 143 North
J'ainet. Telephone 33. (See display advertisement
iu this paper. 122
J.H. TILDEN, M. D.
Special attention given to Surgery and Oysaco
ogv. "6itence423S. M-irkct. Office 223 K. Mcln,
will vl-.lt .u p vtt of the state in cousultatlon cr to
perform surgical operations. lfti-tf
Smith. U. S. Hougland.
SMITH & HOUGLAND,
Eagle building, Douglas avenue, Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Surgeon DentNts. Teeth extracted without pain.
Best set art ificial teeth, $3.30. Office 217 East Douglas
avenue. Wichita, ICnn.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the postoffice. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L. DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentists. Office ovpr Barnes & Sou's drug store,
Professional piano tuner and teacher. Terms mod
erate. Leave orders at Shaw's music store.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano,, Organ and Theory, 422 North Mar
Architect and superintendent, laic of Paris and
Boston. All styles of buildings, ltoom 3, Citizens
Bank bunding. 24 lm'
A. W. P.V3U. J. M. Q1LKS.
Architects and Superintendents. Office in Ellott &
McNecs building, room 7.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and supci intcmlent. Plans and specifica
tions for all classes of buildings. Office over Hyde's
ArehifcMits and Superintendents. Offico In P.oys'
block, Wichita. Kan.
W. T. PUOUDKOOT.
a. vr. wcd.
Architects and Superintendent?. Office In Eagle
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
Veterinary Surgeon; graduate of Philadelphia Vet
erinary College of 7X Proprietor of Horses Home,
opposite G. A. It. building. 1st, at. Telephone 172. d93
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and rtylcs.
He also carries the -finest assortment of picture
frames in Oil city. Give him a friendly call and ex
DR- E. M. CONKLING,
Cor. Main and Second streets, Wichita, Kansas.
Will guarantee to cure any cise of plies. No knife,
ligature, caustics or detention from business. Dis
eases of tho rectum by the Brinkerhoirsjhtema
The Revolution Clothing Co.
HATS AND CAPS, ETC,
na3 been remov ed to No 132 North Muln Street vv here
tho fame v.-Hl be placed on sale.
For ttio next 60 days, as stock
must be sold.
rjIlemember tho number, l!2 Main street under
hotel Gandolfo. 154 tf
SANTA FE BAKERY
Is the Flace to get Everything Kept in a
ECXAIIDT & SCOTT, Props.,
144 MAIM STREET
Coiiservatory of Music
Corner of Emporia Avenue an William Street,
wxith of Douglas Avenue.
Director: CATHERINE RUSSELL.
j. P. ALLEN,
Everything Kept in a First-Glass
W. H. STERNBERG,
Office and Shop 349 Main St.
F1KST-CLASS WORK at 1JOWTST PRICES. rtl
reat f nrnu-heil on hor: catica. WICHITA, KAN.
Room Xo 3. ;?". Main Su
Wicnita, - - Kansas.
Platting, enbdividlns and Mapping done In any
localltvjhort notice. Placsnnd ctimstee for H.
It. lines.' water works aqi sewerase. iVeliminary
surveys and location wade. 'AH corretpondence
promptly answered. 13-tf
A GREAT DIVERSITY OF CROPS AND
VERY CAREFUL CULTIVATION.
Twenty Millions of Fcoplo TVho EcIokjj
to tho Asrricultural Class tack or Ma
chinery Tho Staple Crop Few Domes
Japan has an area of 150,000 square miles,
or about 100,000,000 acres. This approximate
approaches tho area of thestatoof California.
Of this area Japan lias only 12,000,000 acre?
in cultivation by the spade, mattock or plow.
From this cultivated area all the food and
tortile plants are grovm to feed and clothe
S3,000,000 people. Tho laud outside of this
cultivation does not contribute by grazing to
their support as v.ith us, as tho Japaneto
"vrear no tvoolen clothing and eat neither beef,
pork, mutton, milk, butter r.or cheese. Tho
untilled area yields thorn only fuel. Their
12,030,000 acres do even more than to clotho
and feed their SS,000.000 people. They yield
40,000,000 pounds of tea, 25,000 bales of dlk,
and largo quantities of rice, tobacco and
hemp for exportation.
TrLLEKS O? TUS SOIL.
In a population of 03,000,000 there aro 20,
000,000 who belong to tbo agricultural class.
There aro -1,500,000 landholders. The land
holders average two and two-thirds acres.
Theio are few men who own and till ten
acres, and there are many who havo one aero
and less. It is not to bo understood that all
tho labor of 20,000,000 of people is expended
upon 12,000,000 of acres of land. Every
farmer's family has its wheel, reel, warping
bars and loom, as tho early settlers of this
continent had, and their cotton, linen and silk
cloth is inadeTor family use, and even for sale.
The climate is eo mild that on the lower
levels the soil never freezes, and on much of
the land both summer and inter crops aro
raised the samo year. In order to maintain
tho fertility of the soil, with this doublo de
mand upon it, repeated fertilization is prac
tised. The number of domestic animals is
comparatively small. There is no other coun
try in tho world with such areas unoccupied
for tillage and so well adapted to grazing that
has so few domestic animals. Tho result of
this 'condition is that the farmer has no barn
yard fertilizers. Deprive tho farmer in the
older settled states in this country of these re
sources nnd thero would be no agriculture;
but tho Japanese without them, and without
any knowledge of agricultural botany or
chemistry havo reached acroprateuticqualed
inEuiope or America. With no slock to
feed there are no uses for wheat, rye or bar
ley bran, and these are used to enrich tho soil.
They alto use decomposed non-cdiblo sea
weeds. Tho whole seacoast lino of thoso
islands must aggregate moro than 3,000 miles.
All along this lino the tides deposit great win
nows of seaweed, which is collected during
low tide, piled up and allowed to decompose,
and is then sold to tho farmers. It is carried
up to the foothills in boats, and thence by
long lines of pack horses to the fields.
LACK OF HACniNEP.V.
Of labor saving machinery Japan has al
most none. The plow, tho symbol of tillago
in Europe and America, is justly held in low
esteem, and little used. The good farmer
thero will have it only when labor is scarco
and the seed time is passing Ly. Tho imple
ment used for stirring and comminuting tho
soil is a wido bladed mattock. Sometimes, in
very heavy soils, a pronged mattock is used,
but generally it is the bladed mattock that
does the work. It is an awkward, heavy
looking implement, but it is better than it
looks. The blade is twelve inches in length
and live inches wide. Tho handle is five feet
in length, to which tho blade is hung at an
acute angle, ro that when by a blow it is
forced into the ground there is a leverage for
lifting the eai th. By this instrument tho soil
is not only turned over, but it is thoioughly
pulverized. Often tho ground is gono over
again and again till the soil is thoroughly
comminuted. (Sometimes a plow is used by
thoso who have clay soils and largo aieasof
hind. It is not, as usually described by globe
trotters, a crude, imperfect implement. It is
light, easily run aiu! does good work. It is
drawn by one animal, usuall3' a cow, but
sometimes by ti horse. If tho plow i3 used
tho ground is plowed and replowed.
AX IS3ELL1GENT rAltJIEK.
Iii company with Gen. A'an Buren, tho
United States consul general at Yokoluima,
the writer visited the agricultural fields at
Kioto, the old capital. Thero the eonquei ing
race had tilled tho soil for moro than 2,GO0
years. We saw a man plowing war tho road
and we stopped to talk with hin:. Ho in
formed us that ho had harvested a crop of
rice, which, after being hulled, averaged
sevei.ty bushels to tho aero, and that tho
winter crop on tho same laud had ben
wheat, with mi average yid 1 of forty
bushels to tho aero. In addition to
thfc, between tho rows or drills r wheat,
early in February, he had sown a . oj of
early vegetables. Ho was then plow: :g tho
land tho fourth time, and informed u..that ho
usually plowed it eight times. In reply to
the question why he plowed it so often he
said: ''In order to make the soil yield such
good crops year after year wo must use all
the fertilizers which the soil can transmit to
the roots of the plants. To do this wo must
have tho soil completely pulverized so lint
the roots can ii-.i.etrato every portion of it
Another reason is that we put a largo quan
tity of compost manure on the land beforo
plowing, and it is desirable to havo it com
pletely mixed with the soil." To our ex
pression of surprise at tho enormous yield,
ho said that farther down the valley tho soil
wa deeper and finer nnd that it yielded better
returns than he realized, and that some of
the beet land yielded fifty bushels of wheat in
the winter and seventy-five bushels of rice in
the summer, besides tho crop of vegetable
lvetween ;he wheat rows in the spring,
ran staple cp.op.
Rice is the great crop of the country. Fully
one-half of all the land under tillago is de
voted to that food plant. Thero are two gen
eral varieties of i ice grown low land and
upland. Lowland rice is grown in tho val
leys ami on the plains where the irrigation is
practicable, and where the plant can bo
llo-xled. In order that this can lx done, the
land is subdivided mtosmallplaU, a. J leveed
or embanked. In valleys that have an v slope,
in order that the plat may bo level, the era
hankd subdivisions must bo small, not larger
in many instances thau a good sized room; in
others, "as largo a an average sized house,
and the valley must have a ver' gentle sIojks
to allow the plats to contain more than a lialf
acre. The embankments are made of mud,
and are about two nnd ono half feet high.
Their construction and the leveling of the
plats, involve considerable labor, but the re
sults richly rejy it.
Every variety of vegetable is grown, and
these people have domesticated manv kinds
of plants that aro still known to us only as J
weeds, i nero are at least loa icotl plants,
useful in domestic economy, which we could
borrow from them to advantage. These is
landers have successfully done what we havo
attempted and failed to do. They produce
all or nearly all tho sugar thej" use. In
Japan, since long before written reccrds, the
sorghum cane has been grown, and granu
lated su ar has been made from iL In 1SS1,
512.WXi,G03 pounds wero produced. Any
racgetl cooho w ith a rusty pot can tako the
juice of tho sorghum cane and make fine
granulated "C sugar. Japan Cor. San Fran-ci-eo
Cotton In ZilexTeo.
During (In last fer years some attempn
have Le?r. mad? to cultivate cotton in ilerico,
esTwaslty near iTonteivy. Tiw csperiments
spnear to Lt.to Iram fairly successful, and a
stock oenrvry has now Iwea orgacimi in
Montersy for the purposa of going into tba
cultivation of cotton on a large icds. Tfee
incorporator1; erpect to make a fortune in a
few esrs. Cbtcajro Kerald.
Tha drug business is beginning to attract
yoan women. , t ;,
Pioneer -:- Lumber -: 'Man
OP SEDGY.-ICK COUNTY.
EsitiDlislievl In 1870.
A Complete Stock of Pine Lumbe.r
Shingles, Lath, Doors, Sash, etc.,
always on hand.
Offlce and yards on Market street between Douglas
i venue and I'lrst strte
Morris 'type Her.
Wonder of the Age.
The 'Writer has been Improved and la now gotten
up in the mont artistic at Ie. It in simple, durable
and a practical writer. For all kinds of business
and general correspondence it Is much faster than
th pen, and equal to any other writer in speed.
Price, $17.00 and S25.(Xtin Hnelv nolished case.
J . I3 JVK IrvJLtljb. fortneStateof
Kansas, Offlce, Hi N JIala St. Rooms, Lock Box,
H. McKIM DUBOIS
have an accurate set of books and am prepared o
make full and
Complete Abstracts 'of Titie
To any property in Sedgwick County.
Omce Over 123 Main Strc .
Wichita, - Kan.
'These lots are desirably
loeateel two blocks from horse
cars. Eight or ten fine res
idences going np.
Special inducements to those
wishing to build. 1 1-2 miles
from Douglas ave. south of Har
ry st. For sale by G-. C.
STRONG- and leading real estate
Drs. M. and H. BRANDOM.
sllfes and Ear Infirmary
""-n'J) Surgical Institute.
" iiig1fjS.' Formerly of Decatur IU.
Ko. 313 Kast Dou;las tve nue. V.'Ichit.i, K&iwu.
Br. IL Krandom, one of the Twin Rrother. raj4
-ptvial attrtition to the treatment of Cr.nccr. bavins
treatoc a. Iar.e number of cist- wish unlvi-rsal sue
cct. I feel ft tr.y duty tosny to tlu-e -(nJIerins? vvitl,
the dread dU-e.isr Cancer, that I fe-l ure that 1 can
cure v ou. If not too far cone. Call before the system
Ik-comes iimircmRteil with the cancer vxru.-'. No
money requir. d 'ir''ll .-ancr is rt niov-d
I will refer von '.oafor cue treated nnfl cured.
Herman Kunke. Wichita. JCii.; Arthur J ldroc.
Rome. ICn . Iju-t-n Witt-n, lioinr. Knn . A tain
Wolf, Oatvllle, Kan., Ilt-nr Kbi4U.. 0iUiI!e. Kan.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers !c
Vw e S c JLJL. o JL-i
Colorado &. Pennsylvania Anthracite
-And ill kinds of-
Canoo City, Tnnidad and
Osage City, Sfossburg,'
Pa., Piedmont, V. Va.
McAllister, Fort Scott, ,
Cherokee, Rich Kill
and Pittsburg Coal.
Lime, Piaster, Cement, Brick, Side
walk nnd 'Building Stone.
OfTlCES. Bijr tied PciVs. $" D-jQ?tM t. S Mec
rois :-: Addition.
wmm s m WW Www
Forfeit if the " COHX'S GIRL" is not a
Genuine Havana Filler Cigar. B. COHN'.
The "C0II5S GIRL" cigar is non
made v4th the
Crop Havana, and is finer in quality than
it has ever been.
J .,n .
With next order fjr 1000 Girls "-ill furnish
a costly new drum sign, ready for hanging.
This sign is engraved on steel, wairanted
for three year1;, and is the most artistic sign
ever furnished to the trade.
JOBBER op OIGAES
125 W. Bauslas 1., vZCHITA, KAS.
Diamonds Gold Ws
Don't fail to call and look
at the Mammoth stock.
Remember the place.
102 Dougtas. Lawrence Drug Store
LEE & VEILE,
HOUSE & SIGN PAINTERS,
And Dealer In Gift-. Cralnincaml Iitrrlor Decorat
ing, 213 South .Main Mrr-ot. Ortlrc lo new
CHVS. b. Kix-inrrassER.
formerly of Sa I'ranckcoCal.
blobi & rnmm
SxxavsnCts lo tb tii estaiiiieS loon dSLcs of I.
We r TvaAy to Mna nKwy on aprorert carf
tlo at thtf lo-r r-U.n lnaav quaniitj'' ljxi4 Or
bnrt time W- Imijt anX 11 P. S.. county, ton-a-(.lilp,manrcljKtIa:Ki
uioo Irtail. ami wnrnuitt ami
Tie notes We arc asrwiti swi corrfpt.liils tt
F-f-UTR ami KurnjKwn nptt.iDti xni taote invwt
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119 Douglas Avenue Up Stairs.
Geo. E. Campbell &. Co.
Real Estate and Loan fete. I
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S. W. COOPER,
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For the coming two weeks we will offer our stook of Clothlne,
Gent's Furnishing G-oods, Hats, Trunks and Valises at prices to as
Below we quote you some of our reduced prices.
Our $15. Overcoat Now $12.
Our $20.Youth and Men's Suits
Call early and secure some of the above
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The Oldest and Largest House in the Citj.
ALDRICH & BROWN,
Wholesale and Retail Drmiuisk
Nos. 138 and 140 Main street,
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Harper, Ataca, Garden Plain,
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G-. A. Peoples,
Steam Dye Works,
US IT Market, Wichita.
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