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I HAVE JUST SBCEiyED
SUDSCKlrTIOX TWO DOLLARS IN AIiVJJtCE.
THE HORSE DOCTOR.
Kheumatjsm. When a horse falls
lame nt uucerlnin ainl irregular intcr
ynls, anil suddenly iccovers, and as
suddenly falls lame auaiu, It indicates
that the cati'c is rheumatism. Hlicu
inat'mn U n form of inflammation aris
ing from n il'.fonlcrcil and tinusually
acid fifalc of Ihc blood, and attacks
the fibrous structure, the muscles and
li'inlotiH of the body. It is frequently
con-ti(ulionol and hereditary, and
t-hiftfi from place io lacc uithout
warning and cry ruddcnly, and it
miy ns rapidly disaiicar, from the ef
fects of warmth, the heat of the sun,
or a change of w cathcr rainy, warm
w cathcr being favorable. Indigestion
w ill cause it to appear, or a cold, or
even exposure to a 'light change of
temperature. The most cfluctit e rem
edy is alkaline falls, as acetate of pot
ash or hyposulphite of soda, given in
one ounce tlosus and continued for a
week or two. Local applications of
hot fomentations or stimulating lini
ment to the limb affected w ill bo use
ful. No corn should begixen; but
soft mashes of bran or oats and linseed
should form the bulk of the food.
IIkoken' Luis Inf-lead of summar
ily shooting the horse, in the greater
number of fractures it it only neces
sary to pnrtiall sling the horse by
incan of a brond piece of sail or other
strong (.loth placed under tho animal's
belly, furni-hed with two brccchings
and brcat girth; and by means of
ropo and pulley atlmhed to a cross
beam abox.', he is rlutfiteri or lowered
us niiiy be required. Iy the adoption
of this pin ii eu l.tdlity In allowed
for the sali-fni lor treatment of frac
ture. Hots i.n lloitsis (!iw tho horse,
firt, i wo qu iris of new milk and one
of iiioIjsmm: llflcoii minute, after
ward gne two quarts of erj strong
sngu tea; thirty minute after the lea
gie three pints (or enough to operate
as .1 plij sit) of ciirrierV oil. The mo-Ih-ch
and milk cmue the liois toll t go
their hold, tli' tea puckeis Ihem up,
and the oil i Africa them (ompletily
uwaj. ("ureii Haiti in the worst case".
I'iii'MH i:. Moil or steam stout oat
striw for Irilf 1111 hour; then wrap it
around the Imisc'n leg quite hot, and
rotcr up with wet woohn nigs to
keep in the Mi-am ; in si hours renew
the application iiiid give one quart of
lin-eil oil lie uny be worked the
AltAIII.VN (o,MtnioV 1'owvFit.
Croimil ginger, 1 lb; sulphunt of mi
limoiix , 1 lb ; powdcrul sulphur, t lb.;
saltpetre, lib. Mix all together and
iiduiiifister in uiaVri in null quantities
as may be le.juireil. 'lhe Im-m on
ilitlou owdrr in exltinie.
Sunflower seed, gien to a horse at
wiih morning and night fi ed. will keep
him in good spirit- and give his hair a
sh ek appearance. Exchange.
CARE OF TRANSPLANTED"TREES.
Farmers, iMechinics, Day , Laborers (UwymQ D&or) J$.
Ladies,- Misses, and Everybody,
Call at the
If H trnf
GOLDEN A 33WMI
u n h
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
.i rr ah ff f rro rM A
c- (T3T In order to make room for Fall Good, mob to arrive, we aball, for the next thirty daya,
MTATfT-F U JM Jr'IRIEQifaJ.UiilN '.L'JiUJJL'Y- LOW IPI&ICEJS!
On eretythlBg in the way of
f a Men'sand Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, and Furnishings
S T10"R E!
The Immense Stock of New Goods
OlJcred at such LOW VIUCES never before heard of in Wichita. .
m ferj 'Ktic Wl
'iV' o ! i"d flfiS A! 83191111
A Wetant Assoi tmenf of
staple- Dry Goods! -fancy.
Newest Sl vies, iU'st Kitting, Vest Material, for. Men, liovs, nud Children.
SHOES &c BOOTS.WT
'lhe mot scrvireable and easy fitting. Warranted not to rip.
Trci s that an- not on cultivated land
should reieive cspici.il rare until thty
have been set more than two cars.
Trees that do well thelirst jear often
die the second, because, supposing
them lo be out ol ilanger, they recciu
no special are. It very will under,
stood that a tree must be looked alter
the lirst e.ir, but not understood as
will us it should bo th.it they ucd
particular altinlioii tho secowl jear.
In our climate the sun is vcby hot, and
we often have long-coaliuued dry
weather, somei lines so long to drv
the enrth lielp.w tltc roots of trees that
. line ut,'n set but a few ye-irs. Asa
free full of leaves exhales n very large
qu-intity of water everv day, the roots
lo keep the tree full exhaust the mois
ture from the soil so rupidlj thatvvheu
capillurv action is (.hcikcd by a hard,
baked crust on lop, there is not iongh
innistu.ro ilrauu from bclovr to keep
lilu in the tree.
To keep the soli in n condition to
rapiillv draw the moisluru from below,
jtlio top shonhl be either w ell cultivated
or well slndcd ; the hitter may be best
done by mulching, if done before tho
dry weather commences. The mulch
should, if pos-ible, bo applied early in
tho spring. It Is wonderful what a
difference it m-ikes in tin- moisture of
the soil, whether it bo well iiiulched or
left exposed lo bake In tho sun.
Trees that stand where they are ex
posed lo the hot sun, and have no lat
eral branches to protect the trunk for
fccvoral feet above the ground, need
something more than cultivation and
mulching; thev need to havo some
thing to prevent thn hot sun from
shining on the trunks. This can easily
be done b winding around the trunks
coarse mat ting, lc.iv ing it loose enough
lor ine air hi irciu no ircciy.
During the lirst j ear after a tr is
set, if Ihc land is not ctillivatcd,.waU)r
should bo applied during the dry
weather twice a week, and wjica ap
plied it should he in ;ufulities suffi
cient to moisten the ucrtli several feet
from each Irce If-is rarely necessary
to stake tree, except in very exposed
PAisUhui,;. bnf- w heu slaking is resort
ed, to, great tan; should bo taken to
gri'vcntlhe limbs and trunk from chaf
ing, by winding nutting where they
touch tho slnkcH. Trees that are
lltulchcd r.-ircly ever require watering
Uie ittvond yeir. but sometimes in a
season of protmrtcsl drought it would
bo good !Uc lu water them occa
moiwHv i in f-iirt,tit -very dry places
tt U MiuvBlimes netx'ory to do so to
five the liven of tho trees.. Masse chu-
53?" These goods are all bought at New- York nnd lloston direct, for cash,
and nobody can undersell our prices. We w ill receive you "kindly, deal with
ou honestly, and adhere lo the (joldeu Rule (Do unto others as you would
FiT Roys Block, Douglas ave., near Lawrence ave.
, south side.
n A r3 T
NEW BRONZE LAMPS!
We have just received a nice lot of Ilrouzc Lamps which we aro selling at
'PRICES THAT WILL
-it 1 1
$S Remember wc deal in Men's and Boys' weariag apparel only, thereby giving you advantage! 1b prices and
assortment yon cannot obtain in stores where small or mixed stocks are carried. We hare made changes throngho'nt
our entire building, and now have the largest building devoted exclusively to the Clothing business in the State.
Our rooms are lighted by thirty-four windows and one hundred and one lamps. Come in and see us, whether yon
arc ready to buy goods or not. i , ,.
r T f I i f H -' Ws are selling Worsted Dress Suits at $14.00 ; elsewhere, $18.00.
u a it
HRAO ZSEO A
12.00; " 16.00.
6.00; " 8.00.
COO; " 6.60.
We are selling Odd Pants 25 per cent cheaper than elsewhere. ,
" Vests from 25 cents upward. " "
Children's suits from $1.75 upward.
(jy Wc are selling everything 26 per cent cheaper than other houses, not that we do business without profit,
but because we buy our goods in case lots direct from the factories, And that accounts for the difference In prices.
9it "Uii kflhtfo? (Give us a call and we'll save ou money.
wti br.oioO Keystone Clothing House.
II. C. DllJ.fi. ' E. SODKRSTROM
,.. , , .WICHITA B El A.3STOH:
i I '
ARKANSAS VALLEY FENCE' CO.
Frye's Combination Farm, Garden, Corral, and Ornamental Fencing.
It is strong, durable, cheap, pig-tight, horse-high, bull-proof; guaran
autccd lo hold any stock, and costs $100 less per mile than the plank fence.
DILLS St SODERSTROM, Proprietors.
,, Factory at No. 63 Main St. 31. A. SATLES, Agent.
Metallic Burial Cases, Caskets and Coffins.
Calls promptly attended at all hours day or night, with elegant hearse
wnoicsaic ami remit
Furniture, Mattresses. Picture Frames, etc., etc.
(J3TUep.iiriug done to order on fhort notice.
109 Douglas Avenue.
O. 'V7ILS03Sr Sc CO.,
(Successors to Wilson S, Toms,)
CfF ST- LOUIS, MISSOITBI,
Bronze Lamps, - - - - - $ 76
Bronco Lamps. - - - - - -100
Bronze Lamps, - - - - - 1 30
Bronze Lamps, porcelain-painted, - - 1 60
tCT -Atk to lfitown thoM
English Granite Plates Ijii
t ll it f)c pr tt.
HU8B & CHARLTON.
2 Doors North of Post-office.
MEW USE FOR ALCOHOL
At a recent meeting of tho Eluiira
Farmers' Ulub, a corrctpoudent living
at Stanford's Corners, .TcfTersou county,
New York, scut in a communication
relating his expei iencc with alcohol in
developing the motherly instinct in a
sow that bnd a hniiUcting for a diet of
voting pig. The letter was as follows :
r I "Last n-k I had a Chester White
sow alMiut ready to drop her pigs. So
that day I made it uiyhusiucst to keep
n close watch of her. As soou as the
first pig rainc she flcwatltaadlf It
had not been for me and a eLub which
lhad, 8ho would havo I Hied it in
stantly ; but I got It away from her,
auu as iasi us mcy eumc aiong sue
tried to kill thcuu I managed to sare
nil but one of ihem out of ehrht.
- After she through I tried to get
f 1 lin lit llrt itmvil nflfl Inf llm titfra bii.1
I "l Vut she would not have a pig in the
' I Den. ho what to do I did not know.
I had heard that to get a cross sow
di link would, make her own her pigs,
but never had any faith in it ; yet I
resolved to try it. 8o 1 got a pint of
aiconoi. nut ii into lour Quarts or sour
i milk', stirreil in about one pint of con
ii meal, and turned it into her trougk.
S!icatoitaml iu about twentv wita-
.lutes was dcatt drunk:, l laid her eut
Jjaud tliea put the seven pigs to beraad
tttiey sucveu an nicy wanted anit then
snuggica uovvn ucsiuo ner ana went
to sleep. I got out and left them for
the Bight, and went to bed, (it was ten
'clock) not expecting to uatt a lire
IgiathcHftofBiay: .Bat, to mywir
rise. I found them all aliv aad as
lappy as dams, and she was as proud
r mem as any sow wmw naa. xr
e had known it befew.H would kare
.ved a alee su ocnaoBcy, for we
ALLEN &. TUCKER,
Agents for Continental Oil Company,
Only oomnr u.lns la I'tnt Tinned Oil
lUrrela. Itarrrln alwajr mil no lrkag.
CrasoUno by the Gallon or Barrel.
UIAMA POWDER OO.
Jl'o. 90 Douglas Atunui.
Douglas Ave. Steam Laundry,
NORRIS MARKS. Props.
Ail WoriBm teMtratKmwyt Ua.
Cf Two doon Mt oT OoacbM Atmhm HoM.
rilU CHEAPEST PLACE
In lhe city to lw
Where will alao 1m foand a
Large Stock of
PARTS, OILS, WHITE LEAD,
IKED PART, TARNISHES,
WHDOW CUSS, PUm, ETC.
We alio keep on hands
Large Stock of
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUIERT,
SHOULDER BRACES, CHEST PROTECTORS,
SPONGES, SOAPS, TRUSSES, Ik, Etc
tWe alto recelre direct from Uie maaa&ctnrm
Popular and Jieliable
Yoa will tto nfora rt no connUrtMU or lml
UUou In baying from a.
To oar many Meed who hart farorad n wltb
their patronag for the hut thlrUea ytara wa
wauer our bidottv himu, ana lOftBoaawiia
whom It ha not been our rood fbitaaf to'deal,
wa would tmy that by riving ns a trial wa' will
gnaiuiiM good good aad perfect eatuaetloa.
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
HI : .or Short Time.
Money ae Sight, Commission Very Low.
Wc have connected
, . REAL ESTATE.
Iii detail Buy, Sell'& Ezcliahge Western properly for Eastern, and vice versa
Call on or address
M. L. GARVER.
Manager of the Wichita Branch, WICHITA, KANSAS
Office on Main street, first stairway north of P. O.
OF WTOTTTT7.A., ZECAJSTSAS-
Main Street, opposite the Post-office.
W. E. STANLEY,
C. L. DAVIDSON,
8. L. DAVIDSON,
R. S. CATE8,
J. O. DAYIDSOJi
Ur. Vlilnr the Inetltntion a birklnf canal to anr banklnir home In the 8Ute.
The bank will receive deposits, buy and Mil foreign and dometUe exchange, make leant, and
The capital etock of the bank la oca hundred thousand dollars, sixty thousand dollars of which
Is owned by New England capitalists and eaTlngs banks who represent orer Un million dot-
do a general banking business. Wa shall endearor to transact all business entrusted to as In a
manner, and upon terms, satisfactory to our customers, and solicit a share or the public pa
JOHJT C. DBltar.CmikUr.
C. X. DAriDSOff, Secretary.
J. O. DATIBSOlf, Frtiident.
H. i. BAriUBOlf, rioe-Pm't.
W. S. OOBBETT,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
No. 27 MAIN STREET.
Have a I-arge Assortment of
COFFEE. TEAS, AND FANCY GROCERIES
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND,
Largest Assortment of Fine Dried Fruits in the (Sty.
California Canned Goods of all kinds, Paragon Axle Grease, Machine Oil,
Grass Seeds, Etc., Etc
Our aim Is to keep everything In our Hue, and that first-class , and to always represent
goous just as wey are. country and cuy iraue solicited, ah gooua ueiirereu promptly to
any part 01 tne cuy.
"W. S. COEBETT.
Kansas National Bank.
(SUCCESSORS TO rVLHMEKS' A MERCHANTS' BANK.)
Paps Interest on Time Deposits,
Loan Money at Lowest Hates,
Issues Sight Drafts on all parts of Europe,
Hugs and Sells Gov't and Municipal Bonds.
Any Amount of
To Loan, nit desirable- WEAL ESTATE-elder FARMS or CITV PKOrERTT.
p&" Connecticut Hates of Interest. .9
D. LOMBARD. Jr . feWent,
JAS. I.. LOMBARD, Vlee-tTes't.
L. D. SKINNER, Cashier,
UEO. K. Sl'ALTON, Ass't Cashier.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, - - - - $52,000
J. P. ALLEN,
J. M. ALLEN,
GEO. E. SPALTON,
JAMES L. LOMBARD,
II. LOMBARD, Jr.,
S. S. KING,
L. D. SKINNER.
Receive Deposits, Make Collections, Buy and Sell Exchange, and trans
act a Genertil Banking Business.
JKSUP, PATOV tCO.tt Wllllamst., N. Y
BLACKSTONK NATIONAL BANK, Boston.
NATIONAL BANK OK AMERICA Olwsaan.
MEKCIIANTS' NAT'L BANK, l&Uaa City.
A. D. WHEELER,,
STAPLE AND FANCY GRpOEKIESa
J. L. DYER, R. II. ROYS, SAM'L llOUCK,
II. "VV. LEWIS, President. A. A.
ROBT. E. LAWRENCE.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAB FOR COUNTRY
PRODUCE, CASH ORTRADE.
HAVE EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND
IN A FIRST-GLASS GRO
j3S5X,i-v-esbid o?o jajEiX.
'Cor. Deujrlaa and Lawrence Ares., opposite Snish ft Kcating'g, in the
SOL. D. KOHN, President.
A. W. OLIVER, Vlca-fras't.
M, W. LETT, Cashier.
-C. A. WALKER. Aast. Cashier.
The Largest Stock of Clothing!
HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
.s-ifi f r
Tt Ever Broagat to WkWta.--
t -1 )'
Don't be Humbugged by Plate Glass & Fresco-1 Ceilings
for which you have to py oat of your pocket, by p mg fancy prices,
BUT GO TO A RELI'BLE HOUSE
That is satisfied to tell goods at s lWlug profit, and
Guarantees to Sell Goods Lower than the Lowest,
As I am connected with one of the Largest Clothing- Manufacturers in
Cincinnati, and therefore havo the advantage over all my competitors.
M. M. FBCHHELMHB.
J. O. Davidson, Pres. S. L. Davidson, Vice-Pres. C. L. Davidson, Sec'y.
The Davidson Loan Co.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $60,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan oa Jmpnni Farms and City Property.
0 mcr WITH CITIZENS BASK, Boss Block, I
Next to the Great Carpet EmpprUun.
McGRIFF & BUCKERIDGE,
Carriage, Wagon and Blacksmith Shop
Brick shop opposite Wallace's Impetnent House, Douglas Avouue.
McGRIFF A BUOKER1DGB.
Lombard Mortgage Co.,
o-IN KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDING.
South-west Corner of Main Street and Douglas Avenue.
COME AND GET RATES, OR TALK LOANS.
OHO. E. SPALTON, Secretary.
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
THE LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES,
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
WINDOW BHAD1S, SHADS 7IXTUEZS,
Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Mouldings, Mirrors, Picture
Frames, Childrens' Carriages, Boys' Wagons, Etc.
Bom Block, oppodt P. 0..
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
(Deaae's old yard, near Depot,)
LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
SOL. H. K.OHN,
A. W. OLIVER,
KIMMERLY k ADAMS,
. The Pioneer Lumber Mini
Or aiBMWKa Cenrrr.
ESTABLISHED IK 1870.
Do a General Banking, Collecting L Brokerage Borinees.
Eastern and Foreign XxchamgtboMfJU end sold.
U.S. Bonds, of aU denominations, bought end sold.
4f Oernntf, Township and Municipal Bond bought.
' -JbinA 1 n W.J .. till aUakmli
f . vWVsrWnVof alcohol" wU
r.a.sW litter of Chester jaiM, or
wjtoOMr'ldkCUi.vrlB pay ;ved
IJHM iaBaWSTf MMK sH 11bP
V t -mmJ? ' aaaa "
A Caapktt ItMk tf PIm Late,
, , LATH,
: SEDGWICK CITY BANK!
(A. X. XAimaTB.)
WILL TRANSACT A OKOVAL BAHKHVO BDBDIVJ8.
" Sup and ooJJ oat hang er noehe iipMilt, make coUeetiont,te
SHORT TIME. LOANS en GOOD PERSONAL SEOURITT
Bank' of Commerce.
(HATFIEU A nAKTLKV.)
bus mmty m Real Estate, Penonal. Bd ChtfteJ Securitiet.
laeahw SifeMte, Tlae ml Siwal, at UtmmL
Mmu '. sells exchange: makes
collections; negotiate municipal bend,
and transacts banking in all it branch.
Maaafactaren of tbo celebrated
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
Ninety-seven per cent, pure lime. Two barrel will go as far as three to
any other Lime.
LooiniUe Count, IfieUfaa PlaftraiidHairfalwayion haai
Saint Louis and San Francisco
SHOBTEH THAXAXT OTHER B0UTXBZ.
Wichita and Saint Louis.
THROUGH IZPB1SS TliUTS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
500 000 AW!r& W5? S&
m?2r K?Z B1 Particular laformatlon.wltk
oSJuraaJisU?" ""''"' '"'' "
G. W. CAI.B, Gea'l rrslxht Att I
II. WI9IIART. m' raas.Art'l St. Loals.
9-tt Tsmpla Bulldlag. 8t. LonU. Mo.
SI. Letts, FsrtStt aiiYitiiita
3STB"W SECORU? KOTJTE
FKOM AND TO
Anl South sstsra ami Southern
KANSAS AND MISSOURI
Ami all iwlnts tut. norlb ami nonlh, ,1a
48 Miles the Shortest Line lo St. Loals.
49 Miles tbo Shortest Lino to Chicago.
Conned itile With All Traw on Oilier EoaJs
At Knrt "rolt, lola, I'liia, Eorska. El IMndo.
ami W Ichlta, fur tli north, south, aa.t Slid
(juUk time, liiw rates, (tooil accommodations,
obliging eomlQclors, and sTery fscllltj- airnlsi
for Uta comfort and rasa of passing srs.
. W. MILI.EK,
Osn'l 1'ass. ATlckst Aft.
Unequaled Fast Time!
Ohio & Miss. Railway
Fran St. LoiIs to All Pflati EmL
ThaO All. It'jrlsDnw rannlng Talaca Slsap
Ing Can Without Changs fr mMt. Nmlsln
10 Hours to Louisville,
10 Hours to Cincinnati,
30 Hours to Washington.
31 Hours to Baltimore,
38 Hours to New York.
tfhonntha quickest to Loulstllla aad Cin
cinnati. 7 hours lha quickest to Washington
4 hours th quickest to Baltimore.
Equal fast tlin" with other llaes to Sew Tnrk,
and wllhont rhangeorears.
4 DAILY TRAl.YH lo
VINCIX SATI mn LOViamLB
With thorough day cars, parlor cars and pal
am sleeping coaches.
THE OHIO m, MISSISSIPPI R'Y
Is now running a
DOUBLE DAILY LINBI
Palace Sleeping Coaches
From St. Lonts to Xsw Tork without rhang
I.eaTlng on :
II. It., anil (
K. W. It. It.
LeaTlng on horning Exnrasa Tla ths n. A O.
it. ii., ana o-: tremng express, Tla w. i.i..
tj- Jfo ehangs of ears for aoTclasa of passan
grs first ami sscond-alaaa passengers are all
aca sleeping ears, elegant liarlor coael
comforUble day coaches, all running through
The only line by which yon can get through
At the Old Staad or Biasaata Butler, on Douglas Avenue. No.
107, you will find
With the best, cheapett, ktrgeut aad aaeat swaortotl atock of Dbelf and Heary
UaTlaktely-re-atodted with New Good of the beat quality aail aeweat
Storea aad Kitchea UteaaHa, Tia, Sheet Iroa aad Copperware, Steel aad Iron.
' WAGON WOOD WORK, &G.
cars rroin t. Louis to Llaclnaatl without oar'
Ing extra rare In aildlllon to money paid lor
For tickets, rates, or aar particular Informa
tion, call on ticket agents of connecting lines.
Went. North-west ami tfontn-west. In St. Louis
at 101 A 1U3 N. Fourth Street.
W. W. PE A BOOT, W. B. SII ATTUC.
tien'I Manager, Oen'l l'aas'r Agt,
O. O. HACOX, Oen'l Western Pass'r Agt ,
14-13 St. l.ools. Ho.
Att'y-at-IJiw awl SoUry Public.
J. F. LAUCK & SON.
J T. Laoek, In connection with his prattle
Hex 17 D OBglM ATaaae,
HCEJ Z.EOPIBC'SrK MILLS
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SlOIsID COMFORT FLOUR.
TAJRawC -UOJmJSk-Q JJT LOWJUtfl' TLAnTJEOB.
DmUBT PAID OKTIME DKP06ITS.
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bat flUSedWorioaea.aa im atwaya wHlfaig aad ready to exeoate
All FTadaof Job Work Msort Maatea.
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WICHITA BUSINESS COLLEGE.
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PenmaiuhipjuMlIoabl Entry Bookkeeping;
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before the U. 0. Land Oflee. WlehlU.
and the Department at Washington, D. C , ban
associated with himself his son. E. K. Laoek.
awl the arm hereafter will dnote Its time and
atteatloa to said baalaeae, aad. In aiMltloa
thereto, engage In the real-eatale buslaees. Ox
buying and selling or farms and city property,
the renting aast leasing of the same, the eolleo
tloa of reau ami the payment oftaxee for noa
rasldente, the fnrel.blng of abatracU or lltle,
etc. , and lhe loaning of money.
FAHMS FOR SALE AND RENT
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR
SALE AND BENT.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST
RATES ON LONG TIME.
If yoa want lo bar. sell, trade, reat t borrow
moeer. oraeoalra title ta VI. a. Lauds, rlrana a
call aad your business will rscelre prompt at-
leaiioa as aar asnas.
Boom Ko. 3 oanoelta V. B. Land OaVie. Coas-
nssrelal IHoek, Jioalaa are. WlehlU, Kaaeaa.
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