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R. R. TIME TABLES.
St. I,., Ft. S. Jt W. K. K.
St. Lonlfl. Chicago & Eastern Exp 935 a m, 9J50 p m
Kansas City. St. . & " .. a) p m. fe.15 a m
Anthony and Kiowa Express 9.10 a m. 9-20 a m
lO.-OOpm. .630 pm
Wichita A Colorado.
&tchInson and Local 8:40am. am
"Hutchinson and Local 10.10 p m. 70 p m
Depot corner Second and Wichita sts.; City Ticket
nice 109 N Main bt If. C. Kleran.
A., T. Jt 8. F. K It.
Going North, Passenger. 7:40 p m.
Going North, Accommodation 11:15 a. m
jomg bouw, passenger b,
doing South, Passenger 7:40 p. m.
Solng South, Accommodation 2:40 p.m.
Going North, Paosenger 7.40p. m.
Going North. Accommodation U.J5 p.m.
Going South, Passenger 8.25a.m.
Going South, Accommodation ?!pm
Going North, la?sengfer 8J5a. m.
Going South, Passenger 7.40 p. m.
Wichita J; Western.
o..Mnllnd Express Ja.
jo. 4, cpress
.. 7.50 p.m.
.. 225 p.m.
So. 1 Mall and Express.
If o. 3, Express
St. Louis &, San Francisco.
.... 550 p.m.
Oolng West, Passenger
Going West, Passenger
Going West, Freight
Going East, Passenger
Going East, Passenger
Going East, Freight
Going East, Freight
GEO L DOUGLASS,
Attorney at Law. 211 N Slain st, Wichita, Kansas,
Alt business promptly attended to. Vtz-tt
H. L. GORDON. CHAS.sr. COFFIN
GORDON &. COFFIN,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Office oer22l
Douguis axe. Wichita. Kan. 1J0
RICHARD A. HASTE,
Attorney at-law. Office, room 2, NO.
J. W. ADA5IS. G. W. C. JONES. GEO. W. ADAMS.
gg ADAMS, JONES & ADAMS,
Attornevs at Law. Office first stairway east of
Wichita National Bank. 116
W. H.BP.IDENBAUGU. W. H. HAUCH.
BRIDENBAUGH & RAUCH,
Attorneys at Li w. rooms 5 and
2f Main fit., Wichita, Kan.
a. c. Bursa. w. e. btaklet.
Attornevs at-Laxv. Wichita. Kansas.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at-Law. Office first door north of V. S.
Land office In Commercial Block, Wichita, Kansas.
Special ottention given to all kinds of business con
nected with the United States Land office.
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attorneys at-Law, 142 N Main st., Wichita. Kansas.
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney-at-Law. Will practice In all Kansas
courts. Collections a specialty. Office over Smith &
stover's, Douglas avenue, Wichita, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL
Atiorney-at-Laar and collection agent,
street, Wichita, Kansas
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney-at-Law, Woodman's Bank building, 143
. 8TTTKDEVAXT. W. I. STURDEVAST.
STURDEVANT and STURDEVANT,
Lawyers, No. 251 N. Main st, rooms 1 and 3. Clem
ent block, Wichita, Kansas.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorneys-at-Law, Commercial block, Wichita,
Attorney nt-Law. Room No,
aulldlng. Wichita. Kan.
S. Land Office
W. S. MORRIS.
Attorney at Law. Office In Temple Block, Wichita,
3. A. BANKET. I. P. CAMTBEIi.
Lawyers. Wichita. Kansas. Office southwest cor
ner Market street and Douglas ave.
REUBEN H. ROYS,
Attorney at Law. office in the Roj s Block, corner
Douglas and Lawrence avenues. Wichita. Kansas.
D. W. WELTY,
Attorney at law. Office 220 N. Main.
Attorney at Law. Specialty: Real estate law and
examination of title to laud. Tiust-oshlps and the
care and settlement of estates Office wlthlxim
Xanl Mortgage Co.' s w cor Main and Douglas, Wich
O. W. Clement Jr. Tiios. C. Wilson.
CLEMENT & WILSON
Attornevs at Law. Real estate law and exami
nation of "titles a specialty. Office 251 Main street,
J. R. HALLOWELL. J. I- HUME.
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLOWELL and HUME,
Lawyers. 142 North Main st.. Wichita. Kan. Ill tf
W. P. CAMTBFXL. JAR, I YH.
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Attorneys at Law. Wichita. Kan. 106-tf
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attorneys at-Law, Bitting Rros block, rooms 5 &6
5d. oor. Commercial collections a specialty.
Will practice In state and Federal courts.
W. A. MORRIS,
Attorney -at-Law. No. 221 East Douglas nvenHP.
A. T. CARPENTER,
Office. No. 220 N
R. L. HOLMES
Attornev nt-I.axv. Titles examined, ill North Main
ctreet. Wlthlta, Kan. 71
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorney-at Law, Wichita, Sedgwick county, Kan.
Ofiice In Centennial Block. d!33tf
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at-Law. Office 117 Douglas aienue,
with Anglo-American Loan and Investment Co.
EDWIN WHITE MOORE,
Attorney-at Liw, over Wichita National Bank.Wlch
Attorney at law, has lib rooms 1, 2 and 3 McCIess
block, opposite court house. Mr. Jeuett will eie
epecial attention tobifine-s In the probate court,
bliviu had ten j ears experience lu this olllcv-
W. K. CarU'Sle, A. N" J. Crook, L. L. Carlisle.
Carlisle, Crook and Carlisle,
Lawyers. Rooms2 and 4 over 21. East Douglas av
enue. Telephones Offlco, o. 331; W. K. and L. L.
Carlisle residence No. 21S. 3-6m
Honiceopathtst. General practice, chronic dbeases,
und dLseases of females. Telephone No. 1U6.
Officv and residence over Steel & Son's hardware
ctore, 117 N Mln strx-ct, Wichita. Kan.
Office hours. S to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m and at night,
J. H. TERRILL, M. D,
Physician and Surgeon. Diseases of women and
-children a specialty. Offlco 144 n Main st. In front
.rooms of Aliirieh & Brown, Reed & McPherson
tilock. Residence 151 n Topeka are. Telephone for
day calls 149' night calls 126. &5-tf
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Physicians and Surgeons. Office Deam block. Sll N
Main st. up stair, front room, oppo-lte Occidental
hotel. Residence. 737 n iTeter street. One of us In
Che office at all hours, day and nlsht, except hen at
meals. Telephpae In office Xo. i5i.
DR. WILLIAM HALL,
of Hall & Bennett,
"Gives special attentlen to Diseases of women. Blood
and Skin DL-eaea and all troubles of the Urinary
Organs speedily cured in both ocxes. Office over
Woodman's Bank. Xorth Main street. Consultation
day or night Free. (Read Drs. nail Bennett' card
tn thin paper.) trr
W.W.WILLIAMS. M. D.
Regular PhpslcUn an Surgeon. 1W.V Main 5Treet.
pom S and 9, telephone No. 1 N Jlaln. Wlehlta.
DR. KATE S. PERRY,
Physician to women and children. 216 Market St.
Wichita, Kansas. Office hours 10 to 1- a. m.. a to 4
p. m. UlM-lmt
ADDIE K. HARVEY,
Christian Science Healer, No. 832 N Lawrence;
office hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Charges reason
DR. F. J. LEBANGOOD,
Veneris, diseases and diseases
specialty: office 120 E Douglas ave.
J. E. BENNETT, M. D.
Of the Arm of "Hall Bennett," does a general
oractlce. but give special attention to th cure of
EPILEPSY or falling fits, the OPIUM HABIT,
CATARRH, PILES and private deseases In both sexes.
Consultation free and confldentlaL Office, 143 North
Mala st. Telephone 35. (See display advertisement
In this paper. 122
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
Homcepathlst, Office 1S9 North Main street. Resi
dence. 1017 North Fourth street, near Union depot,
Wichita. Kansas. Office telephone No. 2C3. Eesi
dence telephone No. 14L
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D.
Office Over Barnes' drag store. Residence-153 N.
Emporia avenue, near corner of First street. Office
telephone 229. House telephone 157.
DR. J. J. STONER.
Homerepathlst. Offlco opposite postofflcw. Resi
dence, 623 North Main street, Wichita, Kansas. Tele
DRCHARLES A. WILSON,
Pbyilcian'and Surgeon. Will continue his profes
sion In all lta branches. Consultation free. Office
and residence at 151 N Main St.. over Weller & Mil
ler's paint office. Wi
E. M. CONKLIN, M. D.
Office Cor. Main and Second sts, Wichita, Kansas.
Diseases of the Rectum a specialty. I employ the
methods of all the leading Rectal Specialists, Includ
ing the BrlnkerhotT, Treatment Is safe, certain and
Office hours 9 to 12 a. m. and I to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
J. H. TILDEN, M. D.
Special attention given to Burcery and Gynaeco
ogy, i'eiloenee4-3 8. Market. Office 223 N. Main,
will visit any part of the state In consultation or to
perform surgical operations. 105-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Catarrh and fitting glasses. Office southwest
corner Douglas and Market, up stairs, Wichita, Kans
Dr. T. L ANDREWS,
Specialist In diseases of ear. nose, and throat.
Temple block, up 6talrs. No. 7.
R. R. HALL, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon. Strict attention paid to
Office 211 n Main gt, residence 1U
W. R. McPHERSON,
Architect, 2i4 North Main St.. Wichita, Kan.
GERMAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office On English ht, between Emporia and 4tb
ave; only 2 blocks soutli of Douglas axe, Wichita,
Kansas. d93 3mt
D W. Smith. U. S. Hougland.
SMITH &. HOUGLAND,
Dentist-. Eagle building, Douglas avenue, Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without pain.
Bt set artificial teeth, $3.50. Offlco 217 East Douglas
a -venue, Wichita, Kan.
E. T, CAnR. y. J. ORODAVEVT.
CARR & GRODAVENT,
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Clement
building. Main street, room 10. dlifi-tf
From Paris and Boston, Architect and Superintend
ent. AH claoses of building. Room S Bitting block.
J. M. GILE.
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Ellott &
McNeea building, room 7.
C. W. KELLOGG & SON.
Architect and superintendent. Plans and specifica
tions for all classes of buildings. Office over Aldrich
& Brown, Reed McPherson building. Main street.
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Roys
block, Wichita, Kan.
W. T. PUOUDFOOT. O. W. BIRD.
Architects and Superintendents." Office In Eagle
HOFFMAN & BELLAMY,
Contractors and builders, Job xxorlc a specialty
Reference git uci if reuulrcd. Address box 112.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano. Organ and Theory, 422 North Mar
ket strep t.
C P. McKENZIE,
C1U Engineer and Surveyor, Room 20 Bitting
Block. iehita. Kan.
The Photographer. Pictures In all sizes and styles.
He also curries the finest assortment of picture
frames In the city. Give him a friendly call and ex
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
Veterinary Surgeon; graduate of Philadelphia Vet
erinary College of Ti. Proprietor of Horses Home,
opposite G. A. R. building. 1st, st. Tclepione 172. dSS
American Reprint Ninth Edition.
J. M STODDART CO., PUBLISHERS.
Mrs. L. L. Carter special agent for Butler; Cowlev,
Sumner, Harper, Kingman and Sedgwick counties.
Office 516 S Topeka ax e., Wichita. Kansas. dl33
BUTLER & ERU2TER,
CIVIL, MINING ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS.
Plans and estimates for bridges, roofs, public
buildings, btisints blocks, modern dwellings, etc
All kinds of curi eying and draughting promptlv
attended to: surxeys and estimates for railroad con
struction and sexxerage a ".peclaltx-.
WM. BUTLER, late Ast. Engr. A T. i ST. F. R. R.
-VBM. 1IRUNEK. lato Asst. Engr. Penn. R. R. Co.
Itoom ifi. Bitting Block, Wichita, Kan. 114 lm
WICHITA NOVELTY & ELCTRICAL
Manufacturers of and iVnVrs la steel stamps,
stpneels. key, hotel and lu., .eelierfev. Uoorplnle-,
police anil society badges, K-cks, ke. t-eal and
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
STAGE, STEU'AIM .1 GAKMAN,
2i-5 North Main street, vsl floor.
Bariraias in Ileal Estate.
A fine agricultural and stock farm, three tad on
half miles from city, about 125 acrre broke, ne qua?.
ter section fenced lor pature, plenty of water ands
Also2ifl lots In city finely loca'ed and '- ctyxl
neighborhood. Special terms to thise wishing to
Alo suburban property. For furtbT ps-ti-alart
see Chris. T. Pearce, agent for 7m. GrelSTenstem. at
clCT office. d 7-
FIELD'S AliTI-BILIO u S T70SH POWDSSS
remove all worms EIC2PT Tape "Worm.
Actlnpas a cathartic, they cleanse the sys
tem of all impurities. GI72 IHIS I TSUI.
TEXT 1XE TH3 SET. TAIE 50 OTHZS. IT 3arETS
or by mall, in 25c, 50c., and $1.00 sizes
TAPE WORM SbSK
with EUB C0XPL5TL Consultation Free.
TAPE WORM REMEDY ?ohl C5IT
bvsoecial order. Terms Reasonable
Prof. BYRON FIELD.
2H Kansas Ave.
(Opposite "Wind-or Hotel) TOPHI. I15S1S
W0MAS AM) HOME.
THE FEAST WHEN CONGENIAL PEO
PLE SIT AT THE BOARD.
Unnatural Tendency of the Times Child
Growth Little "Women Picking Oat a
"Wife Women as Accountants Dress.
Whooping Cough Stray Items.
Bread and cheese make a finer feast -when
congenial people sit at tho board, than cake
&:id wine with love left out. ilany is tho
time I have heard good women mourning
that they could not give a lunch, or invite
Cieir friends to tea, because "things were not
nice enough." What sort of comfort is there
In such hospitality as that? The Arab who
strikes palms with you over a pinch of salt
understands tho secret of true comradeship
better. Invite only friends to be your guests,
and weed out from your list the folks you
seek to emulate for display's sake alone, and
whom you only cultivate because they culti
vate 3'ou no congeniality or heart kinship or
mutual taste tetween you, any more than
there is attraction between flie3 and spidders.
One rule that I should like to enforce would
make these big parade dinners and dreary
lunches things of the past. Slake hospitality
gacred to friends. If you wish to entertain
rivals hire an outside banquet room and let
the caterer do tho business. Hold your
tongue sacred to love, and friendship, and
fellowship. One of the most delicious lunches
I ever took consisted of a chicken bone and a
glas of milk, eaten off a barrel head. Tho
friend who shared it with me was so jolly
and so entertaining that I never thought once
of anything but what a grand time I was
havinrr. Things will adjust themselves in
time if we will only let them. The souls that
find their highest pleasure in display will
drift together; the people whose ruling pas
sion is located beneath tho diaphragm will
serve their master; and those in whom love,
good nature and sunny temper have their
sway will find their companions outside the
ranks of "swell" society.
Meantime, my dear, let us put on our hoods,
gather up our knitting, get out the old carryall
antl drivo over to neighbor Jackwoods as
our grandmothers used to do, to spend tho
day and eat one of her fine impromptu din
ners, sure of a hearty welcome, a glorious
time, and not a bit of f us3 and feathers.
'Amber" in Chicago Journal.
tTn natural Tendency of lio Times.
Let not our virtuous young git Is rush into
the arms of dissolute or dissipated young men
without the warning of reason and of ex
perience. Itthem be taught to recognize
such characters at sight, and to loathe them
as they deserve. Then wo should hear less of
innocent girls being offered "up to the un
worthy, nnd nothing of young girls marrying
impure young men with tho thought of re
forming" them. Young men are not encour
aged to take that class of women as hopeful
subjects for reformation: no moro should
pure young girls bo nlloxved to so pollute
themselves. Lot like consort with like, and
if a young man wants a spotless bride, lot
him keep himself spotless for her sake.
And let not young men too long delay their
marriage because thoy are poor. Of this
comes largely the vicious system of France
and the growing celibacy in England. The
sexes are said to bo growing away from each
other in those countries to have few interests
in common, no society, so to speak, tho men
avoiding intercourse with their equals and
seeking only a low grade of female society,
and tho women more and more obliged to
devise and to carry out the!r own separate
schemes of amusement. This has also begun
to bo noticed in our fashionablo society, and
Jenny June accounts for the rage for after
noon receptions by saying that ladies cannot
attend evening gatherings, as it is impossible
to secure escorts. Late accounts of fashion
able assemblies in Boston, where tho young
men are mostly Harvard student?, describo
the young men as huddling together and not
trying in any manner to entertain tho Indies,
and as appearing excessively bored with the
hole thing. All this is unnatural nnd shows
a vicious tendency of the times. Young men
would delight in tho society of their own
social order and bo as pleased with youth and
beaurv now as they have always been if they
kept themselves fresh and pure for the society
of their equals. It is because they indulge in
a too fiee and easy intercourse with their in
feriors that tho dignity and restraint required
of them in good society are fo irksome.
Ilattie Tvng Oris wold in Chicago Tribune,
A Kecoril of Child Oroxxth.
The Woman's Anthroi-ological society, of
Washington, D. C, has undei taken a work in
connection with tho growth and training of
children which promises to le of great value.
It desires that mothers shall keep a faithful
record of the lives of their offspring. Among
tho suggestions made is that there shall bo
noted in a book tho dalo of birth, previous
health of the mother, number of her other
children, whether the child was fully ma
tured, physical peculiarities, "mother's
marks," weight, length, girth of chest, color
of eyes, color of hair, health of child at birth,
whether quiet or active, feeblo or vigorous,
good tempered or fretful, how fed, breast or
bottle, how frequently, character of food, at
what age did it manifest pain from prick of
pin, etc., appear sensible to sound, follow a
light with ?, show aliko or dislike in taste,
distinguish between odors, notico its hand,
recognize its mother, when it sat alone, !egan
to creep, reached out its hand to take a play
thing, or npjx?ar to bo right or left handed,
when it first stood by a chair, first stood alone,
walked alone, spoke, and tho first word it ut
tered, the colors which gave it most pleas
ure, whether restful or wakeful at night,
average hours of sleep day and nijt,ht, general
health, date of cutting first tooth, last tooth,
noteworthv speeches, age at which it first
entered school, amount and nature of exer
cise, sports, etc , any marked artUtic ca
pacity, memorv, whether good or lacl. nnd
incidents indicative of character Herald of
The Day of Little Women.
It has at nct come. The day of little wo
men. All the fashions tend to mak women
look taller, nil the Pompadour stvlcs are be
ing revived, and the coqucttisbness of that
era adapts itelf only to the sinali women.
Beautiful giantesses are not 'the xogu. and
the timo of the tiny creation has come at List.
Of cour- sh triumphs a little woman could
no; resist tha . of course, gaw ky. horsey and
all the other ulmminable adjectives that can
be applied to hip women, are in b6r posses
sion, and sho delights in using them.
She ko"s in for be n immensely innocent,
and would vcein to have followed the ndvice
given in a French journal, of which this only
Is remembered : 'Look confident and indif
ferent; express yourself iimply, and with a
voice as sweet as jossible; be keenly alive to
everything that rvisses, yet apjear absent
minded ; know as much as possible, yet please
by asking questions. Having read everything,
quote nothing, seen everything, app-ir ignor
ant; heard all, always express Mjrpnse; de
siring everything, ak for nothing. Be light
hearted: preserve your beauty; be indulgent.
to attract sympathy. Donor- fcrce wit; al
ways listen attentively; e charitable for
jour own satisfaction. See things at a
glance: jndge quickly, and think more
quickly sull, in crder to keep a cool head.
-Bab5 in "ew York Star.
u hen a Virginia mountaineer wants a
chew of tobacco, this (according to one who
nas been there) is the way he asks for it:
"Stranger, gimme a chaw yer black Cat
chawin' terbacker; that is, of yer chaw. I
dunno ef yer chaw cr no; do yer chawj"
uTnc nc!oxt and qaictt Lsdy i? the
w- ri eii- Jenkins described one wou
All notices of Employment, or Situation Wanted,
wUl be charged for at the rate of Ave cents per line
per week: no notice for leas than 25 cents.
All For Sales or other btulnew notices wfll be
charged for at the rate of 10 cents per Une per week;
no business notice taksn for less than SO cents.
"TTT ANTED Good girl for general house work.
tV Small .family. Address or call 2s .New York
WANTED Sixteen men to occupy 4 large fur
nished rooms, with or without board; also 1
new business room l$x23. 91S vr Douglas ave.. West
Wichita. 1M 6t
XU"ANTED A first clasa cook, dishwasher and 3
T V waiters. Call at 603 e Douglas ave. bet. 10a. m
and 3 p.m. lS4-6t
WANTED People to know that the Wichita Nov
elty xx- orksat xti, up stairs, n tain it., opposite
county bulldlng.have two as good practical electrici
an as there Is went of New York and they make and
put In every electrical device you can name; from
wlrlnga hotel to repairing a physicians batury. and
all work warranted. Cau furnish the best of refer
ences. Call as d get lour name or photograph en
graved on your watch with our beautiful eiectrlc
engraver, the only one In the country. Stage. Stew
art & Gar man. 131 6t
"TTTANTED A party with $1,300 to $1,300 to stock
V and start a cattle ranch. 1 can obtain a 7 jr.
lease on a tract of land xxhlch will carry 2,700 bead.
It will pay 25 per cent ier yr. Pull particulars given
by addressing X. , care of Eagle. 1S1 &
WANTED A girl for general hou?e work. In
quire af 6ol n Emporia. 131 6t
WANTED At once, on our books. Main st. and
other inside property, must be bed rock. Dun
bar Bros.. 133 n Main. 134
WANTED a pirty having from $73 to $i to In
vest, to call at once, Arlington Hotel, DougUs
ave., xvhere will be offered for the next 10 days one
of the biggest Inducement'' for a live man;ever before
offered; don't loe this opportunity or you will re
gret It. C-tll at once and get drst choice. 131 6
XTTANTED Work by an intclllgemt voung Ger
TT man man. Writes a nem hand and upeans
English. Can koep a set of book3. Industrious and
of goo 1 moral character. Address B. U., care f
Ward. Varn r A He wer. 217 o Douglas ave. 131 S
ANTED By a young lady, a situation to write
in Honio office. Addreag L. A. B, 1U11 Wichita
St., Wichita. Kansas. 133 6:
"VT7-ANTED A locomotive engineer. W. E. Stanly.
TV IW 6t
f ANTED Situations pastry cook or baker In
'oteI; cakes a specialty. Address Gus.Sohultz,
SU a Topeka ave. 133 Pi
i ANTED An energetic man to sell Dr. Itoxvley's
tV Magnetic Balm, ou the street at the old stand,
cor.ot Main and Douglas axe. Old and new custom
ers xx-isliing his medicine can And it at his late resi
dence. 710 o Oak ot. Inquire of Mrs. Wm. Itoxx ley.
"TT7"A-'T1) Steady employment in ofllee or store.
V am fair penman, can furnish good refs; add It
E M. Eagle ollice. 13.2 6i
"TTr.vNrED Two g od, economical cookx, man
V and xx-ife preferred, for dining hall at apivey.
Kan., add W. K Stuhb. Splvey. Kan. U2-6t
ANTED 10 ladies and gentlemen to learn tele
1 grnpuy. Day courio 10: night course Si per
month, full course including all kinds of railroad
and station xx ork S33; for full particulars call at
room 6. Noble building from 7 1 1 p. rn., or address
G. W. KostPr in care Southwestern Business college,
Wichita, Kan. 132 6
WANTED Two gentlemen to room and board In
family; refs required; ipply In afternoon only
at D12 e Williams st 132 6t
XTTANTEDBux er for grocery store in Wichita:
V good location, add p o. box 116, Wichita. Kan.
"TT ANTED Everjliody out of work to address
V xvith stamp or call at my office for I have fa
cilities by xvhich I can procure you situations you
cinnot obtain at all. I xx ant today 2 farm hand-, 4
carpenters. 10 teamsters at Jij per mouth and board,
lovcraper hoWers. 25 laborers ror the cltx-, men for
brick jard.menfor Hxlngg-is pipe, 2 good painters,
and I am placing men dally in almost every branch
of business. J. It. Kenworthy, 522 e Douglas ax e.
ANTED Every girl In Kansas orany whero else
VV looking for a situation at bl wages to address
me with stamp or call at ray office; for a situation
in a prlx-ate family I do not charge any office fee. J.
it. Kenworthy. 522 Douglas ave. 132-t
WANTED I am a first clasB baker, understand
the cake and bread business thoroughly: I
want a situation in some country town; add Albert
P.ankwltz. Eagle office. 132-
w ANTED A furnished room by two young men;
VY add and state price, F O. Eagle office. 132 6t
T ANTED Situation by an experlneod book
TT keeper and correspondent; well up In accounts;
flrstrclass refs. J. M. A. 131 6
T ANTED in West Wichita, a good tinner to buy
TV a complete pet of tinner's tools, cheap. Address
P. O. Glass Box B5. H. Ott. 131 6
WANTED Room and board In private family,
where there are no other boarders, for gentle
man and wife; will pay good price: must be on or
near Lawrence or Topeka ax-es. Address K, T., care
Eagle office. 131-C
WANTED An energetic man to solicit Insurance.
Cook & Bunker, 3i5 n Main st. 131 b
TTTANTED Situation In a store or to deliver
V goods; hax-e had some experience In grocery
store; can give good ref. Care It., Eaglo office.
WANTED Situation by a young man or 23, good
refs, at drug or other business; 9 years' expe
rience In drugs; good bookkeeper, and graduate.
Address B. Eagle office. 131-6
f ANTED A young German lady xxlsbes a po
TT sition in private family, to do washing and
Ironing. Apply 9&i n Wichita ft. Hl-fii
ANTED Sltua. ion by a young man of regular
tt habits and good rrf; xxllllng todo any kind of
xxork. has had experience In most of labor. Ad
dreisNo. 117 s Wattrst. V. Bergesoin. 131 j
"r7ANTED Engagement by young lady in nice
TT family, xx litre girl is kept; good needlexxoman
auddrte.-mnken can glxe Instruction on piano; no
objection to assist in light hi Urfekeeylng or in tho
care of children. Address N. II., 1. O. box 2o0,
Salem, Ohio. 131-Ct
ANTED A good rustler, to fell farms.
N. Kink, 119 xv Douclas hx.
WANTED Good room and first class board
wanted by a gentleman In private family; no
others need reply. AddrebS, stating terms. Irex,
Eagle onie-. 1S1 C
"CTT"ANTKD Every real estate man in Wichita to
J swtlm StatoReal Estate Journal, with its list
of eastern people xvho are ;ornlng to Kansas. For
sale by -. O. Winch. Price 16 ohK JTI6
j ANTED Situation by young man of experience
T Y in dry goods or notions store; references civeti.
Address C. S. It.. 311 n Topeka ax e. 131 6
WANTED To exchnngo, 2 lots In the north part
of Wichita for a pair of good mules or horses;
we want nothing but good ones. Vor further Infor
mation cation Ransom Payne, at his office In Ma
sonic building, near Postoftiee. 130-tt
"Y17"ANTED Immediately, a tirst-class cook
V the W. C. T. U. Lunch room. 13i6'
WANTED Two dining room girls, at once, at
City Hotel. 130 n MarKet. 130-6C
"TTTANTED Txvo good girls to do general houso
TT work In Drlx-ale family. 213 n Emnorla axe.
Mrs. II. Imboden. mst
WANTED young man of good address, with
$2iM and plenty of gall: salary $lu0a month.
Address VltclTelborn!lils office. W0t
11 ANTED First-class lady stenographer; must
TT be able to wrlto 10J words per minute from
dictation. Call at ofllee of Southwestern Business
"TTTANTED-A young lady of ability xvants a po
tt sltlon as stenographer or bookkeeper, or can
do most any kind of ofllee work. Address E. B.,
care of Eaale office. 136
7"ANTED A girl to do housexxork
t T Geo. P. Glaze, 117 n Main, or cor. Emporia and
11 ANTED Any parties xvLshlng gasoline stoves
TT 1 leaned and repaired, apply at Wichita Stoxe
Repair Co . 421 e Douirlas. I iyC
WANTED Txvo unfurnished room, centrxlly lo
cativl. ArtdrewS Prorbamuels. city. PW 6
"T7"ANTED Txxo apprentice girls at S2fl e Doiista.
T to larn dressmaking. I29-C
T"rANTED Immsdlately. a cook fir small board
1 inc houc. A pply at 7U3 n Mala and Pine.
"YITASTED-Nurse girl, 11 to IS yer old. Apply
t at front room. 2.Y) n Emporta uvp. 129 tr
"V17"ANTED V good girl In a family of 3 person',
at liUnEmp.xrIaave;gfKHl xages 1J6"
WANTED By a co'ored toy of goofl characre. a
JHjsition In private family to do general
work. Address . o, this office1 i:af'
X ' ANTED Situation a lKokkeepr or clerk in a
T storeor o"io have hsd exrsTicace, csn gl ve
good -ef Address r. jt.. Sagle oKice. 12 t
TTTANTED A girl for general hoa-work. Rcsers.
th ph--tocnph-r. 12C'-
TV" ANTED I have Pastnrage for
TV stock, near the city. W r. Green
TTTANTED-SMmVJ worth of goo-i Wichita
T T prjrr:y to trade for farm lands. We are well
acquainted w h lands nil over xxestem Kansa. and
know tnetr value; bring In yosr property and we
can fit yon out with any sized tract you want. Er
"ln Real Estate s Investment Co, cor Douglas and
Mft-kot '27 tf
TTTANTED :x,C "acres of lan In we-tern Kan-
T T as ror sale or trade, xx e want ina lor Aie
In every connty in wesrm s. Send us a com
plete description or your land giving the section.,
township and range, character of the o, lay of the
I c.l prlc term of . -tc and If It is cheap we
will find you a prehser or om- one who wiU
trade jou good wlchli property at lta actual cash
value. Erwin Real Estate lavestmtnt Co. cor
Douffls snd Mrk-r 127 tf
"TTTA"TD Ladles deslrine an elegant face toilet
T T try Lang-on's satin enam.l, only to be tM to
! xnrwljtol1 orfe- Mwcu 12 "5
ITrANTKD Hailon In groory store. hd som
M -xperionc-, c n give good rf, add R. this
"T1TANT -Eve-ybody to remember that Good
T T jrr Co . L-ving bo-ght the dregs and i
tures erf Israel rcw tv stocx ed with a fresa tad
complete lln" t No 417 e Douglas av?, Ty have
also the beck file of prripUoos left irilii the forrn
rfirn All precriptlot and receipt filWl with
-caracy and es;:e by eompttjat psmc
"TTT.orrED To place loses os long ase on fa
T T or busisesij blocks or on short t or cAiV-l
or real etae nsrrlry: res low a prompt atf
Con. A.hbI Wlcn. Esie block. 153-tf
1 r ANTED Bookke-j-rs sd bnslne-i a-a to
T know tt the VatSosJ AcsosiU" Sre,3
oCi 1 nsrpsed fHes for the prcxrvnt of
tt n-cM men d -otaen for posl-Oi as took-
eep.n and cooatn. - Jes who want
3cVnt fc-Ip. ad ex;rt tootkeerjen wo can irfx-e
first-ds. s referent, s-id want iros, wol do
well by adrrit . OSSee for Use r-e of Km
sx te Sukw tern Bi r.l WJc lt. Ea
7 ANTKD For spot cash Lots east of Santa l'e
T K R and near Central ave. Leaveprice, must
beabargeln;add Climax, care Eagle oflfce. 123-t
WANTED By an Industrious j oung man of 17,
a pis -e to work for board while pursuing a
course at the Southwestern Business College. Call on
or addre E. H. Kritch. principal. 122-tf
XtTANTED Everybody to know of the following
T bargains In the best lands In Kansas; for sale
by J W Boyd, Conway Springs:
No. IS. One of the best well improved quarters, 6
miles east of Conway Spring; price. $3.Ul.
No. 29. 320 acres of good Una, well watered and
cheap at $4,500.
No. S3. &) acres near Conway Springs, well Im
proved, fine soil, less than a mile from church and
school; price $2,000. Also 320 acres near Ewell; fine
land and well Improved: price $5,600.
Also 1.520 acres Of? rood land In TTn r ennnrr-
good stock farm: H miles of fence: well watered and
nne grass land; a splendid ranch, and cheap atS!?.
76J; part on time.
Also 1.EM acres In Sedgwick county: 730 acres la
pasture; located on the Nlnnescah riven well Im
proved; good neighborhood; all cash price $19,UV;
will make good loan on It If desired? rhu u nn
chance and mast be taken soon: good store room of
dhck; pncesi.uv. win rent big- Also otner busi
ness houses and lots for sale at rare bargains which
will pay 20 per cent or over on the Investment-
Call on or address J W Boyd. Conway SptingB.
11 1 ANTED Morteaces: we have rannrr to lnn In
TT amounts from $500 to $l5lu)on business or res
idence property centrally located; we will discount
short paper secured by good mortgages. Vlele &.
anepara. 311 e Dsnglas ave. 105-tf
WANTED Cattle and horse to pasture-, plentv
of running water and shade In the pasture: add
m. Mortl. Leon. Kan. 97-tf
TTTANTED A nicely furnished, pleasant room.
T T with board for gentleman and wife; add W.
Leak care carrier No. 2. p. o. 9t-tf
ItTANTED To loan at owest rates. SUO.u.0 on city
T T and farm property. Money ready any day.
. w.tjooppr. -nninsL G7YM
WANTED A girl to do general houe xvorkteood
xx-ages. Apply to 325 S Main at. 117-tf
11 ANTED Borrowers for money; v.-e place money
V V at the loxvebt rates on all kinds of chattel e-
curt:y loans, and also on second morteaces on farms.
Wichita Ranking Co.. No. 116 West Douglas ave. S7-tf
j ANTED To loaniSUOO on buslne-s blocks and
T V residence Droprty. xvlth.n the next thirty
day3. Kansas Loan, ind Investment company 127tf
FOR KENT One large furnished room, also an
unfurnished room. at&M u Lxx-reneo ax e. 131 ct
I710R RENT Two nice fnrnLsUe-I rooms lo rent.
? Inquire at the Kansas Steam Laundry. 134 6t
IlOR RENT Farms, houses and busine. rooms,
JU An iegant residence Just flnUhed.
Baker & Co.. room S. over 2"vl n Main.
FOR RENT A good Blzed barn at 414 Market
street. i.sn .
OR RENT 2 eood rooms, xvpll f nmlihed.
and Jackson block. Call at No. 52nd floor
"TJIOR RENT A large pleasant nom for 4 gentlemen
JC xvlth boa-d. W)l e hlrd st. 133 6
"TTAOR RENT Houso of 9 rooms, new and conx'en
X? leut; closets, bath room. xvatr service: near
street cor line, and very desirable location. Inquire
ofTurner. JexvettA Co.. 214 n Main t. 133-b'
17AOR RENT One neatly furnished room, suitable
for 1 or 2 gentlemen. 221 n Mosley ava. f l."5-6t
rpo RENT-Good office at 141 n Main st. Fixtures
JL for sale. Inquire at 144 r. Main st room 21. 1?3 t'
rpo RENT Nice bedroom for 1 or 2: fix-o minutes
Jl xvalk from Douglas av. 437s Market st. 1316
OR RENT Furnished room suitable for txx o gen
tlemen and xery near to business 2i.O s Watwr st.
T710R RENT 2 furnished rooms, each suitable for
Jj 2 gentlemen, onoon Main U and one at first house
s of Lexvls on e side of Topeka. 1S2-6
ITIOR RENT A nlcly furnished room for gentle
? men or ladles; apply 610 s Topeki. 132-6
OR RENT Rooms to rent furnished or nufur.
nlshed, at 223 s Main, inquire upstairs south side.
ITIOR RENT 1 nicely furnished room, good ventll
? lntion and locality, inquire at 705 s Main st; foi
FOR RENT Furnis-wd rooms, single or In suite,
in a new residence In best part of tho city: x 111
lie ready In about two weeks. Inquire of Henry
Fellows, 130 Main. 131-7J
IjOR BENT Elegant room, west and south front;
JL? untarnished, or will furnish carpet and cur
talns. 1019 n Water St. 131 6t
FOR RENT A 9 room house and one 10-room houe
for rent at Mastlu's rental Agency, room 4, 203 n
FOR RENT A nicely-furnished room for one or
two gentlemen, or gentleman and his wife;
street cars pass every 20 minutes. 10GJ n Wichita st.
I7OR RENT Suite of rooms, furnished, south px
. posure, on e 3d. hot and cold water, closet, etc;
$32; 2 rooms. In suite, on n Lawrence, for man and
xxlfe, $30; furnished room on s Lawrence, near
Dauilas, $12; front parlor on Rlvervlew ave, $i).
Wichita Rental and Collection Agency, Hi n Main
st, up stairs. 1I31-61
JT10R RENT Thre nicely-furnished rooms within
? 1 blk of Douglas ave, with board or without.
Inquire of WW. Clarke, KMIda ax e. l.U-G
FOR RENT A large front room, first lloor.
nLshed. 61? n Laxvrence ave. 11
I710RREST A newlv-flnlshnl hou of 6 rooms.
. on cor. of Ellis and Skinner sts. Inquire of J. F.
Ncsly, cor, of Oak and Wichita sts. 130-6i
FOP. RENT Elegantly furnished room on n Iixv
rence for 1 or 2 gentlemen, per month, $15; nicely
furnished room on n Topeka. near cor , for 1 or 2
gents. $1C; furnish'sl rooms on Mosley, $10 and $12:
sulto of rooms, furnished, on s Topeka, S-J, rur
nUhed room on xv 3d. S12; furnished room on n 4th,
$U. nicely furnished room on n Emporia. $12; txxo
unfurnished rooms on n Emporia, each, $9. furnished
rooms in all parts of the city at various prices, office
for rent, xvlth fixtures for sale; room materj xx-auted.
Wichita Rental aud Collection Agency. IK n Male
upstair. 1Ti Ci
7iOR REN C- FurnUhed rooms, at 155 n Topeka avp.
TOR RENT To gentlemen, a nicely furnished
: room 2 blocks from Douglas nxo: ground dor.
"TTXOR RENT Desirable parties can obtain rooms at
JL 440 Rixerx-Iew axe. 19 C4
F"R RENT A nicely furnished room, to gen tlo
mnoniy. 413s Hala. 123 0
ITOR RENT Nicely-farnUhed front room. In
. quire Hi North Topeka ave. 123 &
FOR RENT 130 acres pasturo land, 9.' roh alovo
13th st bridge, on Big Arkansas rlver, xx Ith plenty
shade and water. W. II. Maxxx ell, 2L0 n Main st, up
stairs 123 (,'
171 OR RENT TxVo n!cly fnrnUhd rooms in the
. heart of tho city. Inquire of Dr. Wm. Hall, at
113 Main st, over Woodman's bink. 123 C
TTSOR RENT Tho new 2 story bflk hotel. 21 rooms;
JL? well finished. located at Augurta, Kan , 'nof
tha best 2.0 population towns in Kan&xa. Add 1. W.
Kerr, Augusta. Kan. lH-w
IT'OR RENT Furnished rooms at IIS a Topka avr
: w tf
FORRENT-For the year BTT.a VO acr pasture
feneed xxith goo-l three wire fenc plenty of
water In the pasture, xxlll rent for $aw cash rent.
There Is a house 3x5.j two stories high In the pasture.
The land lays well and Is all subject to cultivation.
There Is 40 acres not fenced, xxlll lease the 320 acre
for a term of years at a nominal rent if party will
pnt a certain amount In cultivation. Address VTm.
Mortl, Leon, Kansas. . y:f
EOR RENT Fine store room, with ffxturts com
plete. In center of business; &Io ffcvk nnxvdrv
i-(Kxls for sale or trade for real e-tate.
John O. aI
TTOR RENT-A splendid farm near Wichita fo
jl. casn rtnt
Apply to J.
Miller, No 131 Main
17UJR 8 VLE .$ gnod saddle pony that any little
? flrl can ride. Inquire at W7 n Emporia. $'aL
P. P. Nled-jrUoder. Wichl-o. Kans. ls,'
FOR SALE A I lars-e can creamery. u'.tal!e for
mllVmem. Wilt iU cheap, take part in mllfc
Address Creamery. EagIoSler. UU
I7"OR SVLE Boarding houe nd restaB-aa:. 25
? loardrs. cbespreni, long leaw;. Iqire at i:
Water l. lil
"ITXORSLE-n elegant 5-room oottage. Can jtire
I poxslon at once. Apply on the prenl. 217
Miliwwwn ave 51 j
FOR S LE-tfV arren of isnd In Clark eotisty. Kan.
1, miles north wet of Eagl--rrood, fur leche-p
and on exy term or will trade for Wtohits. lots.
Aldington Smith. 1 Si n Main t 1 r
I7XQR SALE Four lots Id Lincoln st add at the low
; price of s.j.3 each, term two-third cab. bl
In 6 mo: they must I sold. H. Reynolds, real
estate broker, oace lc Goodjear houe oSlc
IT'OR S.VLE 1 water spaniel dog, full bloo-i. apply
X iWsMslnst. 132--
1rOR 1ALE A canopy top phs-ton a: 1 than
? half pric. has --n ovi very little. Inquire of
F. D. Muss, t Baxiness coUge or :
K. Wbt ve.
PiOR SALS The t-t rel! ba.Sn- In tb'rlsj. to
qalre tt 112 s Jth ave. lr-if
FOR feALE Cheap, an elevator of .5irt lbs c
Ieity. Call on W.W.Otren Co-, 3uln
t- 151 tf
FOR SALE f tots, t-i lttb sd lith t, Emporl
are. e f, tlJJM WM. Aiton A Smith. It; s
Hals t. lSlJi
"17XOR SALE Four beoaf at cor. lo lc Fairv r
JC ilj this If a rr chac to cbi a good cor
r. For f rth-r lrrrattoa call at BMm Payne"
Rai E.l Soe, in the oto bUdisg, ne.r
rOR SALE- 2. lou, 4ih ave. t-t !Ub and 17th ti
ca t sold i Bjbr to rait purchierit. A4
dlnjton A Smith. 42 n Main . R ;
FOR SALS 59' Hopklus and 3TO Itil itpbe y
w: can famish other varte;- of Hf later.
If t-l. spple. jr. i tre: toot u
them will H es-ap, cail soon. a mll 1 Hydrxo
lie av. A-O Wdr. 1CM
TTVJR BAS ? 1-W, eoer Vilh and js sts. e f -Ul
ncja i Smith. i d Ksln t
F0RS.VLE 4.3 igt I-, 4 low. e f. I-1-7.SC-v.
in rslrri.w si;stva: : its-. gtd fr
few aj . !, IB Dog
FOP. S.t4 lota. Emporia. rJ
dl-gtos !. It. n
Ilth , e f- A-5-t
FOR SALE Per waaKg eaolee Jrwy enr
et a Lrr-! wl p a c or aSsr at
occewO xrSor.4iD.fve. ut
FOR SALS OR TR1DE A first-class dlntng-haU
and lunch counter In one of the twst locations
In city; 33 regal .r boarier; good run of transient;
wll l sell for cash or trids for ci ty property. Add ress
A, care Eagle omw. 129-6 1
EOR SALE 1 lots. Emporia, wr 17th. st, cheap".
Addlrgton ftSnlth. 143 n Main st. 131
TTTIOR SALE ? lot, cor 15th and Wabash ae. Ad-
,! cingtoa g amnn. lu n juaa st. 121 -6 1
IOR SALE Granville Park lots. For sale bv Cole
&GlUespie, room 2. 116 n Main. 131 C
FOR SALE 2 low. Plum St. 50 ft from cor Elm.
Corwln's add. e f: price $1,530; easy terms. Ad
dlngton & Smith. 119 n Main st. 131-t
POR SALE Granville Park lots. Por sale by Cole
& Gille-ple. roem 2. 21S n Male JJO-6
"TTxORSALE 4 lots.cr Lincoln and 5th.
ton A Smith. 149n Miln st
FOR SALS Cheap, a firt-las business, bulldln
No. 914x115. ca.h. Es; Douglas. 129-6t
FOR SALE i lot, bet Lincoln and Zlmmerly, on
4th ave. Addlngton Smith. 149 n Main st.
A ratt barjala. It) &cres S rail es north
JL1 of Arkansas City, and 7 tots In Arkansas CI tr.
Address Mrs Miller, this office.
FOR SALE-3 lots, s Slain, near Zlmmerly. e f '
price $2A3. Addlngtoa Jt Smith, 14inMlnst.
TTTIOR SALE 5 acres on Park ave, east of Chlsholm
JJ CreeK. Melnt e i OolUns, G. A. R. building.
FOR SALE 4 lots Green street. Rogers .t Cunning,
ham's sub. Richland add; price $UKM. Adding
ton Smith. 149 n Main st. 131-t
FOR SALE 4 lots Jefferson ave, Furitoa 2.1 add:
price $UV.. Addingtou Smith. 149 n Main st
ITiORSALE I lots Jefferson ave. Gretffenstcln's
bill add. Addington Smith, 149 n Main st.
T?vOR 3AlJ:-It 125. east front, on Main st bet 2nd
JJ and Snlsts. for only l5,tO). easy terms; this Is
the cheapest tot In the blocs. Erwtu Real Estate
Investment Co. cor Douglas and Market. 127 tf
I710P. SALE A nexv 3 room hoasj xvlth cellar, clos
? e, bith room, plumbed for gs and xxater. xvlil
be completed about May 1st; east front, on ButSu
aye. Riverside add. new barn ltx2l ft. Will sell W.
,3. or Hl feet with house: for terms call on A.
Smith, oxvner. Sit X Lawrence ave. d 123-1 Jt
ITIORSALE Blacksmith shop 20x40 xvith
. bets of tools, also office 12r2il ail new and I
repair, situated In one of tho best farming districts
in southwestern. Kansas, now doln n fin. tolas busl
ness; will ell cheap and on easy terms or xvlll rent
to r. good stea-ly nun. Add to 1. D. Heramgau A ,
2U3 e Douglas ave. Wichita. Kan. 12: tf
FOR SALE 3 hotel of 13 to 2) rooms each In dlff
erent bximing R. R cities of Miiuhwest Kansas;
also h.ilf sec gnxl M.'hool laud 2 miles from K. R.
townat$iJJier acre. Wilt sell xery toxv and on
easy trms If taken soon. J. H. Barry, Klnslev. Ksn.
"17XOR S.VLE I lot on n Main st. near the nexv Fort
X1 Scott depot; cheap at Jl.tW each; call at my office
N. F. Nlederlander. in tf
FOR SALE Lots, one and a half mll east of
Laxvrence and half a mile j-outh of Douglas aves.
prices low. terms very reasonable. Buckner .
Clex-eland. over 125 n Main st. lis tf
J7OR b.VLE 73x112 corTopeka and luth. $(m; lulx
. 229 cor Falrxlew ami lltn e fr SU; U3 ftlnCarev
Park, S2."U; H-, acre cor lith and "herw(l ax Sii'i;
call on Chas. Ros.sler, oxx nor, cor Sd and Water. 103-tf
T710RSALE A good bottom farm of ICO acres 73
JJ acres first bottom, 6i) acres of whleh Ls In culttx-a
Hon; 15 acres tlmtH-'r; a bearing in-ach orchanl;
nnd youns apple orciuird, ty ucres fenee.1
xvlth tKJst and 3 wire right by the house; xx 1th
never failing running xx-ater In tho enclosure; a fine
pasture: frame house 14x20 xvlth stone basement un
derneath: frame granary luxii. fratno b.irn 1SX21.
hog tot by barn, two good xxeib: adjoining tills
farm I have another, of le) ncrw; 60 aen-s Lst Iwltom.
50 of xvhich I-, in culllvutinu 10 In timber; 20 acres
fenced for pasture by the house, frame house 12x13.
one story with cellar, outride cave, good well, corn
crib, stone stable, feed lot xxith running xvatcr
through It, hearing peaeii orchard and walnut grove
by the house. Thene two farms are xvell watered:
23 acres of good y oung timber ou them. 110 acres of
first-class lxittom land in cultivation, a very deslra
bio property for stock and grain farm: will sell both
together for $15 per acre, xvlll give 4 to 5 xears time
at 9 per cent Interest on $2,Gud, or I will sell them
seperately and give time on part; but xvould want
moro pt r ncre to soil them separately, the 830 acres Is
6 miles from Leon and are flr-t botuim farms. They
must b sold. Address Wm. Mortl, Leon. Kansas.
d'Jj t f
FOR SALE We own ail of this prorerty aud will
sell any of It on small payment down; balance in
three or flvs years. All of It ls In town and In no
body's future great addition. 2 room house and two
lots. Wichita st; 5 room house and one lot. Water st,
north; 3 room house and one lot. Water st, north;
5 room house and one lot. Water st. north: ( room
house and one lot. Market street, north: 4 single lots,
north Market street, a) ft front each : lots No. 45, SI.
141. 108, 1S6. 12M, 136. 138, North Water st, each 30 ft
front: lots No. 3D, 44. . 30. 52.42, 60, 62, 29, 49, 59. 12,
Wichita st; lots No. 72. 123. Waco ave: lots No. 1, 3 and
5, 85 ft front, Washington axe. Deam's odd on corner;
lots No. 2 and 4. Wabash ave, Deam's add, corner;
lots No. 11. 13, 13, Thirteenth st. Hover's add: lots No.
6, H. 10 and 12. Fourth nvo. Orme Phillips' add: lot
No. 95, Emporia ave. Orme & Phllllt' add. For full
Information apply to Lew Deam or Harry Stewart.
T7S,OR 3ALK OR E.CHANGK-Delrabi Improved
1? and vacant property In Wlnfleld. Cowley Co ,
Kan., for wile or ex nange for property It, Wichita,
Add S. L. Gilbert. V. 8. lid office, Wichita, Knn.
FOR S VI.E The best retail hardware business In
tbeelty. Enquire of ULssant. Matthewn. 123
Douglas ax e.
"ITIORSALE One hcndnl feet front with txxo 4
J1 room houeort, on Waco at nue betxxeen lst and
2d streets. For terms call on J. K. Humphrey Son,
Eagle block. a tf
TT'OR S.U.I-75 ft on cor of Indianapolis and s W
! ter st. Enquire at M s Wafer St. 8 tf
I7OR SALE Fine farm near Mt, Hope, improved, K)
? acres good plow bind. 40 aens good hay btnd. W
acr'-s good pasture. Will glte ling time on part and
xxlll take In trade honei or cattle. Inquire at prolMtr
Judge's office. d i3tf
"TTIORSALE '60 acri's. fine view of city, cheap.
JL1 Allen. Graham & Jones. 35-tf
FOR SALE A spfial bargaIn-21 acres k mile
from Carey's Park In one or 5 acre lots to suit
nrchnor. Terms liberal. J. E. Humphrey ft Son,
aste bloc. 21 tf
17OR SALE Talking parrots, !mportd Germnn
: canaries, rtsl canaries, southern mocking birds,
Guinea pigs, fancy rabbits, whlt and spottM rats,
xxhlte mlc and all kinds of cage birds. Wichita
Fanciers Agency. aC s Mosley ave. dH2 tf
KR SALE Old par at this office at 23 cents a
TT'OR BALK- Lots In StotMr uddltlon. This add!-
J tion Is l(ntel two blocks from horse can and
cKj to the n-w yartt Twenty five new txxcutory
residences now tr-Ut; rntlU Gkx1 not well mv
cured taken In pxysstTit for lots. Inquire of O. C.
Strong or leadirur estate men. d50-tf
7ORSALE Tra additions snJ choice bunineM
property on Vtt Ide. Allen. Graham & J037!,
FOR SALE 40 acre tracts for ub dividing.
7C!T-On3 1'ank Irj1e One draft on N Y.. pay.
tib!3to, Vr.j, m citizens Usnk. Wichita.
AiBOuntSIfO. (lab tlhr-ClC m CMzm Bank, psj able
to E. We-1. Amount $27.6. Kinder will ple-e
leavr same at 254 n Main, room 6, and receive re
LOST- not-and mortgage riven by Geo. iur
lo"fc. the finder by I-lj.- It at Furnum A
George- of Ice 11 JUln t.. 1W. xvlll b rcwarde4.
I- o?T-l i'jol while driving about the city n blsck
I'.u-Mta leather iund pAiatMl shopping bsg. con
talning som-thIsg ovr $W In m-ur, and sm
paprrs. Ant one leaving the mr st SI7 n Wn will
iifuiswiyr'warn.a nr. i S Colt
JOST A small memorandum bok betwtn
Cl:itri' ban and Doulas v bott. nnd-r
pleas lsxve at r-igle oCm and rtstv liberal r
IOST Si reward and a chromo will bo sirtm tr
Jlheiettirn or tJV dlivry of ih N.wfondl.ivl
PupoIiM, stray-J m tolen from No. 23 n tth a e on
or 11 boat April isth I- N Ong U14
IOST A tHI pocket ' euatnlaing 4J. b
litrct and tax rwislpt rn the wrtmu! A. w.
In vis, of -ainner eMaty The 3ader w4 retT a
liberal rxvard by rvtarsi-g to Krsd H Staek-y, 10
n Main lm
F'tV. TRADE- I --h to U txn rt-rr d-rMe
Wt'cMta rMfUde-w prp-rty. loeatol tit l- most
lthnmhi isul ii' riij.mitsr- Jue nv klg
Imllt ia front .f m- do-.r- wt tak ! ecne ,i
stock of g-oc !- bviiware. Vnu d lajx or
iau a.i pin my. 4 iv. i.n "m&f ifia e.
T7-OR TRADE Wlebiu city property frtr Wten,
J Kansas lmU Adre MeGraUty and Water
brys Hlga Work., IU n itiin tt, Wichita.
-I7OR TRADE A block (it 2-story irwa brtek
J1 boa-s O hoa-i In all) 1. mtw fro Coerv
hue. I- th bt rlce part f fe city of Si,
Iais, booses are new and well &nlthti Inilds aJ
oat wita fos.o.tbo-4i, ev, all c8mpl. $
arrf water and all other of the lau-t Imprjxxwau
of a city, all rnJ to i-r7-enr v.ou This U
avaloah! plem of propnj W -v tor prA
laaprovl and vaaant proty li oy ztyvi oantr
eat town la EAawu. Call for prUcr A J
Ed?vo. Co 2H a I ! jt tf
FOR TRADE-! acroi of laal nr Kiamac. fr
city property; lots on tfcv avals fat r-rt
In a town oa t S K. Ry for a u-ta of or. or
hvM" tad btu r or crr-- a walXU stoac of clxars
fir a lot a biun-s ho on !--s.-l rrvd lor lots.
U- othr property 10 xc-?.. Call oa Toh A
Leonard. i7 n stars t.X--ori Iithiar Iv4
IrjRTRADE A hidKe reH-nw prwtJrtyJ
; ralusnsrVlfro-ar-irtna art-rs k.
Uoa.woaldxi43'ef'jr W-Ja prortr fo
pir&n. Cttle-133 b-ll.toz, J27 Jra
J7V)RT?.AD W-haveoa or jut w,n of ts
fi-t frm a4 stocr rar- la K v". THrtrr
aad lnr tn eoJ-w. wftfcrh we will wlm foe
WJehila propriy Wal tnAf a xAiAH Ttxit of
XL wacrr fa Hrj-3' aa. Ktcr. cs3tw Urr a
Uk of .? toots aad -. A !? I haif
tciim Ja Kiis t-rt. t mile- fraai rare. ta
ifn, for - e e p. or wJU tr 1 for jf J hor-M vr
ctt. AU ycra ' ""ho have ar itleur for r ae
rome ad - n. Erwla .-i w9 ! tmt
0er P-it-'d Xr trt
Wfjt-ra US farmi ta Kissn
eotj; 4 Janr la Bailer eoasty; 1 Iltroit
4; 1 hor asd Uaxirj. 1 rhai eow;
. je&stiDgti i aeUots of Tes lasd. acrjp ad
shares Is KTertl wra lia town co
an!f . all U tri.lt tar WJtaJta pzoprtr.
Edons ".. E DoojU. JK. a. UlKilXS.
STRAYED On evening of the 17th last, one dark
brown young niley strayed from No. 34d n Topeka
ave. Slight slit In one ear, no mark of diicUo
with this exception. Anyone finding uno will ba
re warded for their trouble by Informing at aJl So.
J. B. York. !
QTRAYED $3 rewanl. a small by horse aboat 15
Onacds tgt about 7 years old. long tall and me
dium slzs mane, forelock platted, newly shod be
hind, hair clipped off legs to above knees: had on a
leather strap around neck. Anyone !eng abora
at Topeka ave stables will recvUve tho above reward.
Hewey Bros. 13t
STORASE For household goods or merchd,
boxcsl or loose: If you have any goods to star
bring them to the Wichita Storago Co- No. 11 W
Douglas ave. ja.
Each Road Overseer should hav
a Jioad Overseer's Account Book, Re
ceipt Book for Labor, Receipt Book
for Extra Work, and a Receipt Book
for Material Used.
r"The above should be furnished
to the Officers of each well regulated
Towuship,at the expense of the Town
ship. The Eagle has the most com
plete Books and Blanks now published.
BEPORT or th condition of the KANSAS NA
TIONAL HANK, at Wlohitv In the State of Kaa
at the closa of bu-tness Marcn 4. is!.
Ins and discounts $31.7xa9
V.S. bonds to secaro circuUUon . .. UUO
Duo from approvtvi rtwrve a-;ent4S.t.9U.47
Due from other Nation-, hank. . -.(u7e
Due from State banks and tmnkcrc Jl.tt Vx-.-l
Rs-ai est-te, furnlturo and ilxturvw , . .0l.71
Curreui oxpenxes and taxes jxald . . 'JBJ7
Premiums paid. . .. ... . ,CS-S
Exchan for clearlnit house .. S.'-i.M
RIlLsof other Unuks 6aj
Fractional jku-x'T currt -acy nickels
andcvnU . mo
Spcl" . 9.7.S.S.
Legal tender notes . uuu 5XiM
luwaipuon lumi xvun . s. I reasurvr, C3
Iercentof circulation . I.1A0.
Capital suwk paid In $!tn,
Surplti rued . . rtiu
Undlvldoil profits 12.r
Nation-1 banc no;. outstanding . .. riu8
Individual dcjsisits subject to
Demand eertlneatm of dcprtl liU2
Due to other National lnks . ns.Vl.Til
Due to State banks and Uuikers . 7,4. -t 7L50.79
State of Kar.sns. County or P wlck. s
I, II. V. Lexx is, l"reiil.leiit of the above narat- toxnk
do rolemnly sxvear that the aboxi latmont Is true,
to the best of my knowltsleand beiur.
H. W LEWIS. lYesldent.
Sulcr!led nnd txvorn to befor me this ith day oC
Seal J Starch, IS7. C. V.llcCLKN 4.T1IAN.
Commission expires March . ISJ7.
C1UA.E. KnxsiK )
J L. DTn.Dlrtvtor.
A. A. IIn.S
EETORT of tho condition of the WICHITA NA
TIONAL HANK, at Wichita. In the state of Ka
, at Uie closo of buslnc, -lurch 4, UW7,
Ixvans nnd d (Mounts . , . Jfrt.9,1 (4
V, S. bonds to secure clrculatliui . 31.M.-
Otherstks, bonds and mortf . a.llj
Due from approvtvl reserve aeuts , XU.lKSS
Due rrum otber Natloual banks . . 137.4CLI1
Duo from 8Ut lianks and bankers T7.r77.l
Real estate, furniture and flxturm . W.OHLU.
Current ex insoo and tax iald . 1-4.-1
Premiums paid . . I,srf7t
Exchangerf for cleju-InR houte , 4t.il.lt
Dills or other banks ,CU.
Yactlonal paiK-rcumncy.nlskeUand eenia 1S1-
Ix'ic'd tender notes
Roilemptlon fund with 0-5. Trenurr (J jt
cent of circulation)
Capital stock paid In .. .
Surplus fund ,. ... .. .
National bank note outstanding .
Individual depi-lta subject to check
Demand certlQcaU- of detwMtt
Due to other National bankn
L to Stata banks and buk.ra .
8TATE OK KANSAS.
CotrsTT or 8EDOW1C-. ( "
I, It. W l-vy. Cashier of the above nataetl bak
do solemnly swear that the above statmet Is tram
to the best of my knowledge and belter,
M. W. LEVY. Cashier.
HillMcrlbed and sworn to b.fnre me this Slh ilay of
SealJ March. I(is7
KDWIN I- WIUXlX.
Notary ! ublh
A. W. O-rviB, 1
Jons ruirti-xjs.V DhrectoM.
J. C. Ilirras, )
Towel Supply Co.
We furnish R nest Towel Holler and Mlr
it xx Ith a Uein Roller TVwel, ! nirnlth
good toilet soap as it Is needed, thereby savin
business houses and odlees tli trouble of look
ing after that convenience themselres
LEAVE OROKI-S AT ANV OK THE YOy
'. N Malnst
dl i: DoukIis are
10) W IioalM are, or at
Main! Office at Horses Homer-
OITOSITK I'OSTO-TJCK 116-lm.
Is the Place to get Everythint Kept io
EOKARDt . SUOTT, IW.,
144 MAIN STREET.
K.r.niTi.. a. rvnxn.
CIVIL ENGINEERS .
Will pronptly atu-nd to all enr-v!i Wffk.
orveyln, mapping, platttn. of luwl. lTlln.
fnrnua blue print, etr te
Office 327 E Douglas Avenue,
Op;rt umj jfanbattan HiUM. SOI
VL J. CLA11CY & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers.
Boom Ko. 3, 114 ILala sorbet'
At Lowest Bates and Ready for
S. W. COOPER,
I. a iril ecrr for aii )-. of t ---
Can treat rif Jr.'vr-BafJoB arJ -b
Uvelyfrr- rUbl AdXXln aa--
Adro- JfBJL EIr- HeBAlX.
Sn -? t- Wjeivlta, ,
IViare .f E3ir;-i-l eofs-I- .' tuf to
rr JlfT ct irzml" a.J iaI ts la
Ratios of d; OUJS-i i---S tjt -!
o3y relJati- rfo: tor tfc flJ-a" ta-U
eaXMi. a tt trrrj Ijox r e lr49 ta -i
bUr. wrapr-. - oihrr r !.
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