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6 it 'mithiU ailg garjl: jfehrcflsg IlKffwxrocj, rtffW 12, 1889.
Samuel "Warren by nis next best friend,
V. O. Warren; appeal dismissed.
Jacob Keizervs John Bayman; judg
ment in favor of plaintiff for $1.93 and
W. S. Roberts ts Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe railway; judgment for plaintiff
Peter Crow vs J. V. Anderson et al; "W.
C. Little substituted as plaintiff and judg
ment in favor of W. C. Little vs Anderson
et al for $3,164.20.
TJ. A. English vs James M. Kersey et al;
judgment for plaintiff for $199.87.
Hiram Bender vs Henry Dunlap et al;
dismissed at cost of plaintiff.
Smedley Darlington vs Charles Friend et
al; dismissed without prejudice at plain
Alexander County Savings Bank vs Al
fred Coinings et al; judgment in favor of
plaintiff for $1,04S.
O. A. Stocker & company vs "V. T. Wet
more; continued for term.
S. W. Shattuck, Jr., vs H. It. Bayer et
al; continued for term.
J. L. Mead vs. P. T. Greene et al; judg
ment in favor of plaintiff vs J. McAfee for
T. R. Love vs George H. Blackwelder;
continued and goes th heel of docket.
W. A. Polkvs Samuel H. McMillen etal;
judgment for plaintiff for $3,760.
L. R. Ketchum vs G. W. Jennings; judg
ment for plaintiff -?27.2o.
V. E. Appleby vs Garvin Russell et al;
judgment for plaintiff vs H. L. Rochelle
in aum of 050.42.
Thomas Cluck vs D. S. Pence et al;-judgment
in favor of plaintiff for 433.13.
John McCormick vs Joe M. Lewis ec al;
judgment for plaintfff for 213.
D. G. Jacobs vs M- F. Brewej; dismissed
"Without prejudice at cost of plaintiff.
James L. Meade vs J W. Whiteker etal;
iudcment in favor of plaintiff for 1,010.05.
S. D. Pallett vs F. A. North; trial by
John McCormick vs Joe M. Lewis; judg
ment in favor of plaintiff for $605.
John V. Moffitt vs Martin Libel et al;
case continued und goes to heel of docket.
Samuel Steel vs J. L. Randall; appeal
Michael Neil et al vs George W. Foster
et al; judgment for plaintiff for &520.
J. H. Aley vs D. J. Taugney et al; case
placed on trial docket.
Michael Xeil vs W. D. Yredenburgh et
al; judgment for plaintiff for 1,200.
James Carson vs Wiibur Huffman; mo
tion made for a new trial.
S. H. Reynolds vs J. C. Benton et al;
motion filed for new trial.
State of Kansas vs James H. Butler;
transcript from Justice 'Moseley's court.
The following cases were yesterday filed
in above court:
Thompson F. Thomas vs Albert Cald
well; suit on attachment.
John M. Blakely vs Abram Smith; suit
The jury in the case of Ed. Montgomery
vs Rufus Cone, a replevin suit; retired at
4:30 Thursday afternoon. At 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, after being out
twenty-four hours, they were heard
to sing ''John Biown's body"
in high G. Shortly after 4 o'clock they
were brought in aud as they had not ar
rived at a verdict and said there was no
prospect of arriving at a verdict, they were
The case of George E. Allgier vs Howard
M. Davis; suit for damages for malic
ious prosecution, was on trial yesterday
afternoon. The case first came up for trial
L. F. Sebreo was fined 10 yesterday for
being drunk. T. F. Strong paid 3 for the
E. L. Pecker, arrested on a charge of
ioiteriutr, was released.
S. F. Costeline will answer Monday to
he c barge of selling liquor.
Tom Birk turned in a back fine.
Business was very light in the above
court yesterday. Not a marriage license
was issued nor a docket entry made.
Civil business occupied the attention of
lie justices of the peace yesterday.
First Baptist church, corner First and
Market streets, L W. Read, pastor Ser
vices at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Morning
subject: The Little Whilo of Life; evening
subject, Life's Battle. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m.
Plymouth Congregational church, corner
of Second and Lawreuce, S. F. Milikan,
pastor Services at 10.45 a. m. aud 7:30 p.
m.; Sundav school 1- m.; Y. P. S. C. E
0:30 p.m. ""Why study the Bible?" will
be the morninc theme, "Taking God's
name," the evening.
Minister's meeting. The weekly meet
ing of the clergy of Wichita wnl be at the
First Presbyterian church next Monday
morning at 10:30 sharp. It is the judg
ment ot that meeting thatSunday evenintr
services should be at 7:30 till further no
tice. D. R Steiuer, secretary.
Oak street Presbyterian church, Rev. W.
I. Doole nastor Services at 11 a. m. aud
7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.,
Prof. U. P. Shull superintendent. Prayer
meeting on Thur-day evening.
Dodtre Avenue M. E. church, W. J. Tull
pastor Public services at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. All
Y. M. C. A. song service and gospel
meeting for men tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock in brick church corner of Lawrence
avenue and First. Dr. C. Humble will
make a short address. All men invited.
Unitarian Church Annual harvest ser
vice at Garfield hall at 10:30 a. m. Appro
priate music, responsive readings, recita
tions, addresses and declamations. At
7:30 p. m. the nrsfc anniversity of the
church organization will be held. Mrs. E.
P. Ford will read a poem written for the
occasion. Mr. R. A Saukey and others
will give addresses.
Mayflower Congregational church, Fair
view avenue near Fourteenth street.
Preaching at 7:30 by Prof. Young, of
Wichita university. Sunday school at
2:30 Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at 6:20. Pray
er meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30.
A wooden social at the church on Friday
evening by the Y. P. Ail are invited to
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dewey and their
charming daughters, Misses Lulu and
Minnie, returned yesterday from Harbor
Springs, IWich., where they have passed a
very enjoyable summer.
Mr. John J. Eikelman. postmaster at
Waco, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F Yohe are expected
home this evening fiom an extended visit
Mrs. Laura Thompson, of Layman. O.,
arrived in the city yesterday on a visit to
her brother, Mr. Wm. Ford, 204 South
Clias. Whitlock, of West Point, Iowa,
brother of Dr. F. W. Whitlock, of this
city, is visiting friends and relatives in the
Robert O. Deming, of Oswego, one of
the handsomest and brightest young men
in Kansas, was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. M. Parsons aud son, of Fair
mounr, left yesterday morning for Free
port, Ohio, wnere they will spend the win
ter among relatives.
County Treasurer Cartwright leaves
Monday for Topeka, to settle with the
W. P. Lowery, of Ft. Scott, was in the
Geo. A. Rhodes, of Winfielo, was in the
city yesterday, calling on friends.
A. C. Douglass, of Anthony, was in the
city looking alter some business interests.
Mr. L. M. Doup, of Springfield, Ohio, is
in the city visiting his son, C. G., of the
Mr. Clint B. Leigh, editor of the Great
Bend Register, came into the city last
night on business. He paid his respects to
the bird by catling.
L T. Bishop of Arkansas City was look
ing oyer the city yesterday and attending
to some business matters.
Mr. Sandford Riddle of Garden City was
calling on friends yesterday.
Mr. W. S. Keith and son of Cornell,
Iowa, are visiting Mr. and Mis. C. H. Dan
gerfieid, West Third street.
T. H W. McDowell and W.
son, publishers of the Harper
terprise, were in the city last
their way to Kansas City.
recent transactions. Une of these, '-srtilch
may serve as an example of all, is thus re
ported: A boy while attending a circus was
struck by a stone flung from the ring by a
horse's hoof and got a black eye but no seri
ous hurt. With the aid of a lawyer the
property of the company was attached and a
warrant got out for the arrest of the mana
ger unless he paid a good sum for damages.
Being unable to stop to contest the suit, a
fact that was probably considered when the
demand was made, the circus proprietor
compromised by paying about 200, which the
boy and his lawyer divided. Whether their
feelings wero similar to those of the sharpers
"Len dividing the spoils filched from some
innocent stranger is not recorded. It is true
that many times tho fakirs who follow the
circuses get even with the public, but it sel
dom or never happens that they get back the
money extorted from tho show, and often
these outside sharpers have no connection
with tho regular company, which ;s in no
wise responsible for them. And besides, two
wrongs do not make a right. Lewiston Jour
nal. In Famous Karnes.
Did you ever notice how common to great
names the initial '-W" is? No? Then just
run your eye over the following list: William
Shakespeare, Walter Raleigh, William Black
stone, John Wesley, George Whiiefield, Will
iam Penn, Roger Williams, James Watt,
William Wiiberforce, William Cowper, Will
iam Wordsworth, Richard Whately, George
nasmngton, Joseph arren, William Pitt,
Wellington, William M. Thackeray, Winfield
Scott, William Henry Harrison, Daniel
Webster, Washington Irving, W. E. Chan
ning, William H. Seward, Wendell Phillips,
Henry W. Longfellow John G. Whittier,
William Cullon Bryant, Oliver Wendell
Holmes, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry Ward
Beecher, Walt Whitman, W. E. Gladstone,
George William Curtis, William 1L Evarts,
William T. Sherman, and others too numer
ons to mention. I defy any one to produce
an equally illustrious list of names with any
one of the other twenty-five letters of the
alphabet common to all. New York Graphic
"Wichita, "Mayfield, "Wellington
Barper, Attica, Garden Plain,
Anthony, Arkansas City, Aa
dala and Haven,
R.T. BEAX, President. E R. Powei.1
1W. waller, J it. isaler.
PALD UP CAPITAL, -SURPLUS,
R. T. Bean. E. R. Powell. Geo. H. BlackrreldT, O
P. Barnes, U R. Cole. Amos L. Houck. F. W. waller
Beat at All Points.
A haughty leader of a city choir, on hia
way to church, met an Irreverent Ass,who was
practicing the fish scales as he made his way
toward the thistly lanps of the country side.
"Peace!" exclaimed the Musician; "save
your strength for your weekly burdens, and
do not attempt to invade the sacred province
of music." "Henco with your puny pitch
pipe," said tho Ass, "lest I climb into the
gallery and kick your whole choir over the
rail." "Heaven assoilzie thea an ever thou
tryestit," returned the leader; "thou talk
about kicking. Come in some Sunday and
see our soprano when I give the alto a solo,
and thou wilt trade thy legs for a pair of
crutches, for very shame." So saying, he
Hnole the Ass in both ears with high C, and
left him for dead.
Moral This fable teaches us that there is
no slug but hath his slugger. Burdette in
First Arkansas Valley EM,
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West Si National Bank.
Hiding the Talent in the Enrth.
A friend of tho leading American humor
ist, who-expects and doubtless hopes to be
his biographer, says that the L. A. H. is not
printing any of his best things, but is care
fully hoarding up all his side splitting jokes
and richest sayings in order to make the
wyld laugh after he is dead. IFm: wo'vo
been wondering for several years past what
tho great American humorist was doing with
all his funny things. Brooklyn Eagle.
ANGLOMANIA IN EATING.
Emporia Avenue M. E. church, J. "W.
Horner, pastor Preaching at 11 a. m. by
Rev. A. Vide; celebration of Lord's sup
per after morning service; Rev. J D.
Hotkin will preach at 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school at 5:30 a. m.
First !M.E. church, Rev. R. T. Savin,
pastor Harvest home lestival morniutr
Central Christian church Preaching by
Piofessor Laughliu, of Garfield university,
at 11 a. m.. subject "Grace." In the
evening at 7:o0 a lecture on "The harmony
between tho Bible and science" will bo
given, being the second in a course of
Sunday evening lectures. Sundav hchool
at 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:30; teachers' meeting at
Superintendent Pence's office on Friday
evening at 7:30; Y. P. S. C. E. meets erery
Sunday evening at 6:30.
Perkins Presbyterian church, Burton
car works. Rev. V. II. Robinson, pattor
Divine bervices tomorrow at 11 a. in. anil
7:30 p. ni. Preaching by the pastor "both
morning and evi-ninc. Sabbath school at
$ p. m., Mr. Harold E. Partridge, superin
tendent. Y. P. S. C. E. meetiun at 0:45.
All are invited.
First Presb3-terinn church, First street
nnd Li.twrence avenue Tho pastor, Rev.
David Winters, will conduct services to
morrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. The
subject of the evening discourse will be
"Grumblers and grumbling." Sabbath
school at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 0:15
p. m. Come.
The Fourth Congregational church,
corner Fifteenth and Tyler Greets, Rev.
Fetus Foster, pastor Sunday school at
30 a m.: preaching at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p.
3ii.; Y. P. S. C. K. 7 p. m.; Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p. m. All are cordially
inyitcd to every service.
Mrs. Pollard, of Mulvaue, will cive a
Bible reading at tlie young women's Gos
pel meeting Sunday at 4:15 p. m., comer
Second and Lawrence. A full attendance
Preachinc at Emporia avenue Baptist
church at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; mstor.
Rev. A. II. Post. Morning subject.
"Equipped for service, or Holy Spirit's
power." Evening subject: "The answer
to tho all important question, or the only
source of eternal life."
Friends church, on Cleveland avenue,
near Douglas. Public religious services
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at
7:30 o'clock p. m conducted by Prof. A.
Roseubercer. Sabbath school at 0:30 o'clock
n. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
There will be divine services at Olivet
Congregatioual church, South Topeka ave
nue, at 10:45 Sunday morning, conducted
by C. T. Youug. Sunday school at 12 m.
.Lincoln street Presbyterian church,
corner Lincoln street aud Emporia avenue,
Samuel L. Hamilton pastor. Services:
Sabbath school at 9.30 a. m. Baptism of
children and administration of the sacra
ment of the Lord's supper at 11 a. m.
Preaching in the evening at 7:30 Y. P. S.
C. E. prayer meeting at 6:30 p. m. Gener
al prayer meeting on Thursday evening at
St. Paul's M. E. church, corner of Law
rence avenue and Thirteenth street, E. A.
Hoyt, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All
Reformed church, corner of Topeka av
enue and Lewis street, J. W. Love,pastor.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
on. Sunday school at 9:45, and young peo
.ple's meetinsr at 6:30 p. m. Strangers and
Some riaiu Talk About tho Finicky Ways
of Overly Dainty Peoplo.
Tho Anglo-Saxons are afraid to use their
fingers to eat with, especially tho English.
Thanks to this hesitation, I have seen in the
course of my travels in the old world many
distressing sights. I havo seen a lady at
tempt to eat crawfish (ecrovisse) with a knife
and fork, and abandon the attempt in de
spair. I havo also eeen men in the same fix.
I have seen oh, barbarous and cruel spec
tacle! Anglo-Saxons, otherwise apparently
civilized, cut off tho points of asparagus, and
cat these points only with a fork, thus leav
ing tho best part of the vegotable on their
plates. As for artichokes, they generally
utterly defeat the attacks of those who trust
only to tho knifo and fork.
Fingers must bo used for eating certain
things, notably asparagus, artichokes, fruit,
olives, radishes, pastry, and oven small fried
fish; in short, everything which will not dirty
or greaso the fingers may bo oaten with the
fingers. For my own part, I prefer to cat
lettuce salad with uiy fingers rather than
with a fork, and Queen Mario Antoinette and
other ladies of the Eighteenth century were
of my way of thinking. If tho ladies could
only see how pretty is their gesture when
their diaphanous forefinger and thumb grasps
a leaf of delicate green lettuce, and raises
that leaf from tho porcelain plate to their
rosy lips, they w ould all immediately tako to
eating salad a la ilarie Antoinette. Only
bear in mind, good ladies, that if you do wish
to eat lettuce salad with your fingers you must
mix your salad with oil and vinegar, and not
with that abominable ready made white
"salad dressing," to look upon which is nau
seating. May heaven preserve us from excessive An
glomania in matters of table service and eat
ing. Tho English tend to complicate the eat
ing tools far too much. They have too many
forks for comfort, and tho forms of them are
too quaint for practical utility. Certainly
silver dessert knives and forks are very good
in their way, because they are not susceptible
to the action of fruit acids, but it is vain and
clumsy to attempt to make too exclusive use
of the knife and fork in eating fruit. Don't
imitate, for instance, certain ultra correct
English damsels who eat cherries with a fork
aud swallow the stones because they are too
modest, or rather too asinine, to spit them
out on to tho plate. Eating is not a thing to
be ashamed of. To thoroughly enjoy a peach
you mnt bite it, and feel the juicy pertumed
tlcsh melt in your mouth. But let the Anglo
maniacs say what they please, there is no ne
cessity of sticking a fork into the peach, and
peeling it wlulo so impaled, as if it were an
ill favored and foul object.
A peach is as beautiful to the touch as it is
to the eye; a peach held between human fin
gers has its beauty enhanced Dy tho lauty
of tho fingers. Hon ever dainty and ornate
tho silver dessert knife and fork may be, it
always irritate me to sea people cut up their
peaches, or pears, or apricots, or what not,
into cubes and parallelopipeds, as if dessert
were a branch of conic sections. Imitate
HaTie Antoinette, ladies; use your fingers
more freely; cat decently, of course, but do
not bo the slave of silly Anglomania or New
port crazes. To 'at a pear or an apple con
veniently, cut it into quarters, and peel each
quarter in turn as you eat it. Thcpoach,
too, can bo cut into quarters, if the eater is
timid. Apricots do not need peeling, nor
plums either. Would you be bold enough to
peel a fresh fig, or to touch such a delicate
fruit even with tho purest silver instrumentsi
Theodore Child in Harper's Bazar,
A Cowardly Bear.
"Warren Schell, of Somerville, noticed that
tho grass in ono of his fields looked as if some
animal had been eating it. About 5 o'clock
in tho evening ho returned, armed with his
Winchester repeater, and found a whole fam
ily of bears in the field. The two old ones
were grazing, the cubs, about two months
old, wero playing around their mother. Mr.
Schell whistled, which caused her to raise her
head, and he planted a bullet in her breast.
Mr. Schell then turned his attention to tho
cubs, one of which rosa on his haunches and
showed fight, while the other climbed to tho
top of t.e fence and watched their dying
mother. A bullet apiece killed them, and as
the last one fell the he bear, which had made
no Attempt to defend his family, turned tail
and ran for his life. Fenelon Falls Gazette.
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Wichita National Back
A Tosslblo Case.
First Actor Tho chances are we shall be
required to appear only at matinee perform
ances in the near future, you think, eh?
Second Actor It looks as if such an ar
rangement were not among the impossibili
ties. I understand a rival manager has pe
titioned for an injunction to restrain the com
pany from playing "After Dark." Detroit
Mr. Oldboy You'd better swear off smok
ing, old man; I sea it's affecting you.
Mr. C. G. Itette Oh, no. I've acquired
that cough; it's such an easy way to become
interesting. You see tho girls think it's cigar
ettes, and they're al trying to persuade me
to give them up. Judge.
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"Hard work has dono Charlie Barrett good.
Just see what huge muscles he has on his
"Yes. He wasn't so last year. What was
his work on the ranch F'
"Ho did the carving at meals." Harper's
At the GntskilK
Xewcomer What Ls the highest point
Old Sojourner Oh, don't bother yourself
about that just now. You will find it out
when you get your bilL Boston Budget,
SIio Was Inxperienccd.
Policeman Do you have to tako care of the
Nurse Girl No. The missis says I'm too
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APPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES LAND COMMISSIONER
Conforming to the United States Land Laws.
FOLLOW DIRECTIONS EOR ORDERING.
In ordering, aire office number fUKE) aod title of blank (silKk) with quantlljrx
each blauk wanted. Put only on bUuk ou a line to avuid mistake. Man errort
have occurred through not observing the above directions.
Z3TX.OSEY MUST INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY THE ORDER.
Address THE WICHITA EAGLE, Wichita, Kansas.
Tm. or ButNE. BT
APPLICATIONS TO ENTEK.
401 Ca& fljatam .. ftceata
4-OJ7-.rfuiufU4d mw .... ......IU
MJW 'llmbwr Culture Law....... J.....W
-(' mdTlt of Sorrlce of ConUat br Mll
JliO-AnidaTlt t Notice Pojted ou Loud 5
4-Uil lly I'ro-eiupllon CUliuut . It
Ad Noa-Mlocral 13
i Uji-Jloiura rail Entry .. .. . ")o
1 uti Uoiulcr' miA SmIIoiV Homntead 10
4 (A AiljuiuluK Farm, HuioeaUui ....... .lb
-Ul A.ljilllllll- hnrui Fllml ...11
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iw-riuui u..uiiMtea . . ia
-V71 lfo-mj,Uoii, Ilomeitoasi. ........-. .. li
44)T Coiitml. lluinrKtcul .....16
4-y.3 limber Culture, Entry .. .....1 10
-071 l)e-.,rt Liiud Laws . . . 1j
-Us Uuinwtl. xlUorn who cannot appear at the looal oiBoaa..l9
fy Con t:. Timber Culture 14
i-MS llmLarCuUura.yinjJ , , ,.U
-? Cor.tt. Homr-tnai. Uw.. ....18
4-s.W tontet, limtioi Culture Law..... jj
M7 for I'ubliCNtlun .. ju
l-Ao Jiiumtlua to umkfl Final Proof. ilotuU'' ,1U
i-Wy intention tosusiin Hnnl Proof IVv-piii jjllon 13
-.& IJert LtMidi. Notlcf 'f Intention t make 1'rooJ . ....... M
1-57 '1 tinber-lnnil Act.Jun-S, lS7-vtl,c Jul Publication IU
-&i I)cert Laud -Klnai I'rooC Notice for 1'hull.jtlon 10
.aj-llBWr Culture i1nl I'roof .Notice for PtiblliAUun IU
-jUJ Tltubr Culture Novice of Ic!ution tu Make I'roof 10
t-VO IlomeAleail. J'ro-oranttou nd Commutation, Claimant ....
W)b IjunieM-CKi. Prrmptlou jrjil CuinmuUUlun, Wltncx 24
4 T0 Tl:Tiiera;id bta Lands Iwtuuuuy of ClnJuuuU..... 12
-.iU -TSttioer La-.tls. Wltu zt,
.. TKi Utrt Luitdo. ClAlmaut .. ....
i-A.A Urt Lun.U. WltJir , ii
.Jii Kz Parte. ContsUxl Hom!tead 24
i-.K, -Virn'ter 1ulture, Clnltunnt 24
t-io TUulxrr Culture, WUn.ut jt
4..VU Declaratory, Offered M
4-6W- Ucl.nur, Unoisrrd . ... '...'.... I, '.'.10
lKT-Timor nnd b'.oi oXnal Sworn btateuienl '. 14
4-M, Dclfcrittjry Otace Itnil.in t aadli 10
4-AIS rwi.dlttr Oct;.(rctory fciid -AG2(iTit .. ".'.'..' li
4-il-b'jldinr'o lJccIaxutury .. .. ....18
-lt3-r.erjTriini of Pnrcbajw Money 14
4..XU DeoUmllniML Uert Land 14
-.'i!J Tivvn.nip i-iai, ,,,-tioj,. one Inch cqaare 4
4-ij boldlw'i Ulcnr . ,. . , .....13
4-IOn Solrtter-t Additional nern-teM
4-!ul !ioiuld Entry prior to March J. 39
4-113 KoB-i,iUmut prior to noon of April Ti. leni
Note Blank 4-rt and the o"Jxa old Blank r to be steal for Okiaboaa wUli each atoiM and add!
Uti, In In1., tut rhe f acL warrant.
Send for Copp's Settler's Guldo. Price 25 cents.
We can also furnish the following blanks: Mining Coal Lands
Pension and Mexican War Pension Blanks. Also all kinds of
Legal Blanks. Address
R P. MTJRDOOK, Manager.
Of Oklahoma, ibon'wz in color- tbc Uadi that ar Intended to bs
opened for aettleraent in
Map i 24x35 inches ann bcrcrj railroad. Ftrram. tovro- ew To all nn
Karlj subscribers to th- EEKLY EAGLE, and 'to all old
ones -who pay up arre.rVand ndraticn tbiraab-
tenptioa one car. thu map will b- jrea
cr Trill be seat to any addrew upon receipt of ths followias? price: Elacl
raap, 10c, or 3 aaps for . po5ts paid. AddrU
THE WICHITA EAGLE,
WICHITA, - KANSAS.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Chattel Mortgage and City Property
IN SMALL OP. LABGE AMOUNTS.
SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST RATES. --
WICHITA BANKING CO,
116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENU2.
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