" , 4- " ". "S -- v
3p?HicWtagaiIgcgagle:fl!lBetlusaag ptoruiuq, Ifefauary 14, 1894.
"Bo ifc resolved b tho Kepublican cen
tral committee of 'Sedcwiclt couotyj that
a convention of Republicans of Sedgwick
county be called to meet on Saturday, the
17th day of .February, 1894, at 11 o'clock
a. m., in the city of Wichita. (Garfield
hall), to select delegates to the Republican
state convention, and to the Republican
congressional convention for the Seventh
district, to be composed of 246 delegates
apportioned among the townships and
wards of said county in the same manner
as apportioned in 1833, and that the pri
maries be held ou Thursday, the. 15th
day of February, 1694, in the usual
mode and manner of the party, to
be fixed in the call to be sigoed by the
chairman and secretary of this com
mittee, and that each candidate a for
congressman-at-large shall be entitled
iu each ward of the city of Wichita to
select his own list of gentlemen whom he
desires to act as delegates from said ward,
nnd shall be permitted to print the names
of said delegates upon the ticket in each
tvrd, and in addition to printing the
names of said delegates be shall print at
the head thereof his name under the desig
nation of congrtssmau-at-Iarge, and that
each Republican shall be entitled to vote
one of said tickets in said ward, and the
name of the candidate for congressman at
the head of the ticket receiving the ma
jority vote shall bi the instruction to said
delecation from said ward.
"That said ticket shall be printed upon
paper by both parties of the sizo and style
to be prescribed in the call.
"That the election of judges in each
crard of the city shall bo appointed as fol
lows: The chairman of the county central
committee shall appoint one judge upon
the nomination of Colonel Hallowell and
one upon the nomination of Mr. Douglass,
and the two thus selected shall choose a
thiid impartial judge who shall also act as
Llerk, aud if said two judges fail to agree
upon said third judge the Republican elec
tors present shall select tho third judge."
IN THE COUNTY.
"That in the county precincts the Re
publican electors shall be entitled to meet
at the place of the primary within the
hours obsignated, and shall, by either
written or printed ballots express their
choice for couressman-at-large and a
majority of said votes cast in that town
ship shall be instruction to the said dele
gates of said township, aud a report there
of shall be transmitted at once to the
chairman of the county committee."
"1'bat said primary election in the
county shall be under the direction of the
central committeemen of the different pre
dicts of the township."
VOTING TLACES IX THE CITY.
First ward Mammoth livery stable,
114 South Main street.
Second ward Occidental livery stable,
311 North Mam street.
Third ward Bayless block, 149 North
Fourth ward Corner Lawrence and
Fifth vwird Martinsou block, corner of
Chicago and Seutca streets.
Six-h ward Corner of Douglas and Ida
In the country At the usual voting
J)?ldno " ,.
J rie "
EiSle n :.
K.ule " s
Hueley " n
fii.eli-v " b
l.ydsum " e.
Li rand rtivcr township.
Gulden PUln n
ti irden Plain " t
lm k ' '
Salem , ....
Valley Outer t'nhlp
TIME FOK VOTING.
Said primal les will be held in the county
at the usual voting places, between tho
bonis of 2 to 4 o'clock p. m. (except in
Wichita township, from 2 to 5 o'clock p.
in.), and in the city from 4 to 7 o'clock p.
m., ou taid 15th day of February, 1S94.
Tickets voted iu the city shall be 3 by 8
inches, and printed in black iuk on white
Republicans only aie entitled to vote at
J. H. McCall, Chairman.
A. M. STOTtDEVANT, Secietary.
WHAT IS A MAN?
Women Discuss the Attribute
the God aud the Brute.
"Men!" exclaimed the spinster, with
the uplifted sniff traditionally peculiai
to lier ilk; "what do you chits know
"I have been engaged to one for two
years," the golden-haired art student
remarked with a demure argumenta
"As if that didn't stulify any possU
ble knowledge you might otherwise
have gained of his character!" said the
spinster with another sniff. "Listen,
my children, and I will explain. 1 am,
as 3'ou can scarcely fail to perceive,
uneugaging of countenance no, don't
Interrupt angular of figure and plain
of face. The typical society man must
inevitably give tho women, or, rather,
the inoxperienced girls of his set a
curiously mistaken idea of his sex; to
their eyes a man appears to bo a crea
ture absolutely incapable of thinking
of his own comfort when there is a wo
man near him whose slightest caprice
he could by any effort or sacrifice grat
ify, a creature dependent for the very
breath of his nostrils upon the smiles
of some woman Bah!"
"O, but nobody is in tho least im
posed upon by mere society manners,"
Bpokc up the literary young woman!
"they aro, as you say, a conventional
cloak, but an entirely transparent one,
otherwise all of us, women as well as
men, would be rightly regarded as
hypocrites. Nobod-, not even the
greenest bud, supposes that a man ex
periences the surpassing joy his face
expresses on boing permitted to pick
np her handkerchief. Don't you sea
that if she did the belief would reflect
apoa her as well as upon him? She
would realise that she must be an un
utterable ninny, both in reality and in
the opinion of tho man who must as
lumo this slavish submission and
inanity of character in order to please
her. An ordinary, quick-witted woman
must perceive that all tho men she
meets have not had their special char
acteristics washed out by the process
which produces society manners, as
ink spots are taken out by oxalic acid,
and that, however cautious and at
tentive a man may be, his gallantry is
merely like the frescoes on the walls
of a room, which have nothing to do
with the solidity and soundness of
"My dear girl," broke in the young
matron of the group, "I feel con
strained to prtiventyou strewing mark
etable ideas which might be palmed
off on your editor broadcast in this
reckless way! Let me give you a
pointer or two from a man's point of
view. My husband says that men have
theories about women that would make
their hair stand on end if they knew
them, and that most men consider
their forced decorum in the presence
of ladies a frightful nuisance. More
over, he declarer that women's hus
bands are most unjustly compared by
thoir wives with the mon known tc
Children Cry for
'tmSii v h
v,i in nwsx?" ?
washing-compound Pearlinc. If grocers and customers
were all like these, the millions of women who are now bless
ing Pearline would still be doing useless hard work. - But
when you come across such a dealer, don't let him put you off
with anything except Pearline. 207 James pyle, New York.
them only through their sociar vapidi
ties. He usually concludes his dia
tribes by saying: 'Men are pretty much
of a muchness the world over. Take
my word for it, my dear, I am not the
only brute and monster in the uni
"After all," said the golden-haired
art student gently, "isn't this assump
tion of a character, which is, perhaps,
not quite fulfilled in reality, the high
est compliment a man can pay a wo
man? You know how the lion in the
fable forgot his real nature and
crouched submissively before the
maiden whom he might have crushed
with a tap of his paw; so men in the
presence of women leave behind them
their spirit of over reaching selfishness
and arrogance, and if they are not ex
actly what they appear to be it is com
forting to reflect that they tacitly
acknowledge that they ought to bo
better than they are, for that is the
first step toward improvement If the
influence does nothing more than to
cause them to assume a temporary
thoughtfulness for others and gentle
ness of manner it has accomplished
something not to be despised."
"My dear," remarked tho spinster,
with unwonted softness, "I hope that
young man is half good enough for
The golden-haired art student blushed
and smiled. "I don't think," she said,
softly, "that ho will ever suffer by
comparison with the men I may know
from a merely social standpoint."
An Oddiiy of Skin-Grafting:,
After a series of observations extend
ing over a period of twelve years and
experimenting on twenty-three indi
viduals of both sex antbof opposite col
ors, Prof. Thierseh, of. Leipzig (Lep
sic), has given the following as the re
sult: If a piece of a negro's skin is
grafted on the flesh of a white man or
woman, the transplanted piece, as soon
as it begins to properly adhere, gradu
ally changes in color and texture until
it becomes indistinguishable from that
of the surrounding cuticle, the process
of change usually occupying a period
of from ninety-two to one hundred and
twelve days to make tho complete
transformation. On the other hand,
No Equal. No Trash.
Nothing, Absolutely Nothing, has ever be
fore been presented to its readers equal to
the "Skepp's "World's Fair Photographed.
In "Shepp's "World's Eair Photographed," the interi
or views of buildings, pavilions and exhibits are distinct,
definite and beautiful defying competition. Nearly
every country on the Globe has paid tribute to the
World's Columbian. Exposition. Woman has vied with
man in the splendid display made. Anchored within
the walls ot the " White City "lies a wealth ot artistic
and industiral treasure, the" purchase of which would
bankrupt the richest nation on earth.
From snowy Alaska to Cape Horn, from the lies of
the engirdling oceans even from Africa and Australia,
glorious treasures have poured in in one generous aval
anche. "Whatever human intelligence could concieve, or
human skill execute, is to be found in thee treasure
palaces of the world.
Huge trains drawn by palpitating engines, snorting
in steam over thousands of miles, bore these inexhust
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but a vivid panorama of the most marvelous display of
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The choicest photographs of the principle exhibits in
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Follow the instructions below
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to the Coupon Department, Eagle office, this advertise
ment and 81.20. or any of the single numbers can be
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ing room of the Eagle: the balance of the numbers can
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city and mail orders.
itrill fnlr ontrfninv T mirA
L11C111 , LI1CV UC11CVC Wlldl
I tell them ; and I meaa
to sell them what I make
the most on." That is
what one grocer actually
gives as a reason for
imitations instead of
the original and best
when the skin of a white person is
grafted to the flesh of a negro, the
change (which it has already been ad
mitted finally takes place) is not near
ly so rapid, usually occupying a period
of upwards of a year. As to texture,
it can be truly said that the white
piece, though it changes, to all appear
ance, to real negro skin, is never as
fine and soft as its bony surroundings.
St, Louis Republic.
Gut of the Swim.
Mr. De Style Why have you cut Mrs.
Highupp from your list of acquaint
ances? Mrs. De Style They have lost theii
"Who says so?"
"No one; but I've learned that she i&
giving her daughters a thorough edu
cation. That shows that she wants
them to he school teachers." N. Y.
The most frequent crime in Cali
fornia is burglary.
People often do not know how to
treat their children's governesses,
whose presence in the house is, by rea
son of their employers' ignorance and
lact of tact, a frequent source of em
barrassment. Forgetful of the fact
f that they have been chosen to act as
the instructresses, the mentors and the
constant companions of the children,
and that the requirements of such a
responsible position as this demand re
finement, breeding and sensitiveness
on the part oi its occupant the parents
are too often apt to behave toward the
governess as if she were but one de
gree better than the servants, and un
worthy of the courtesy and considera
tion accorded to anyone with the pre
tension of being a lady. The position
of a governess is one per se of great
difficulty, and the emploj'ers should do
everything that lies in their power to
strengthen her prestige both in the
eyes of her pupils and of the servants.
The governess often suffers more from
the inattention and the rudeness of the
servants than her employers have any
idea of; and everything, therefore,
should bo done to avoid what might
tend to humiliate or to hurt her. N.
parts up to and including
12 can be had at the count
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Sights and Scenes
of the World.
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Gat this coupon out and keep
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To the Coupon Department,
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and you will receive the elegant
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vertised. See our advertise
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CUT THIS OUT,
NOTICE OP REDEMPTION OP COUNTY
Office of Coc.vm treasurer,?
Wichita. Kansas. Feb. 11. 1S31. J
To whom it may concern:
In compliance with section 8, ehapter 219. Kansas
Session Laws or 18'Jl, notice is hereby plven that
the following described County Warrants and
Poor Fund Warrants, heretofore regUterrd and
not paid for want of funds, will bo ledeenied on
pre-entatiori at this office, and that interest on euid
warrants will ccae on and after this date.
No. of W.iirant. Keelster's No. Amount.
7 538 10
13 liS 20
2a 1!I7 60
99 55 9a
197 C. 50
115 29 2a
111 10 U)
lot! 100 01
lo9 14 25
11 10 to
1U7 10 IW
169 10 10
190 195 05
200 811 'X!
2us iJ r
211 100 Wl
221 SJ 50
2J9 100 00
2t0 2M U3
231 20 6o
231 92 U)
55. 92 85
Zf, 321 li
213 100 10
3.5. . . .
.. 3..S ......
.. ' 315
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JNO. A. DO.'IAN.
A Traveled African.
"Now," said the intrepid explore!
after he had shown the guileless native
the inside workings of the brass watch
and had noted his naive wonder at the
mysteries of mechanism, "I will let
you have oae of 'these for two tusks.
Then you can be the envy of the whole
tribe." The native gentleman yawned.
"I traded a second-hand war-club for a
bushel of those things when I was at
the World's fair last summer," said he,
"and there was (not one of them that
ran for more than a week. Got anj
chewin' about your clothes?"' Indi
Ont All Arttnnd.
"Stranger, will you help me out?
he said, as a figure approached him in
the darkness. "I am out of work, mj
money's run out, my fire's out at home,
m children are out of bread, my panti
are out, my shoes are out; I have one
eye out. I am worn out and my wife's
out. Will you please help me out?'
"My friend," was the reply, "I'll ad
mit you're badly out. and I would hate
to be the means of putting you out any
more, but the fact is, I've been playing
a little poker and I'm about as much
outasyouare." Indianapolis SentincL
A Tender-Herted Man
Customer Why is it you charge as
much for a six-pound pig as you do for
a sixteen-pound pig?
Butcher The smaller the pig. mum,
the worse it hurts ns to kill it Got tc
charge sometbin fur our feelin's, mum.
C2VTCLE. HOGS AM SHEEP
HEALY & MOORE.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCH'TS
1i nion s
raackta for a
Union Slock Yards. Wichita, Kan.
rt-5;uJ tj ji l u . j c A.u
. in. int. y j air j ut e rai
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WA H TEV-FliMAL E HELP.
LLiler tliit head 3c per Hue pertlay.
WiVlED-A GOOD GIKir-TcTDO G"r.XElt.tl.
housewoik 111 small family. Call at 4
South LmporiA .n e. d 77 2T
WANTED-A GOOD GHtLTO DO OENLHAI.
housework. Call at the offlte of Stanley i
Hume, over Citizens bui!..
IU isctallu neons.
Situations Wanted Female.
WA NTED-MALB HELF.
tinier t)ii iiH 3c perjlna iierUuy.
WAN l'ED-A FIRS 1' CLASS COAT 3IAKKII
to accept sl posli ion ootiide of the citj . For
particulars call at Uoldstamlfs. -W Douglas are.
A GEX TS II A XTEI.
L jiiler thlb lituil Hi. ier .tne peril.iy.
AT LAST WE HAVE 11 KEEN. BRIGHT
and biainymen and women wanted eery
where to take orders 'SHEPI".- WORLD'S FAIR
PHOTOGRAPHED.' Only book of copyrighted
p'lotogiaphsof buildlogs, scenes aud exhibits ot
Uie World's Columbian Exhibition; Atithorlzcd by
the Exposition Management; Offlciul Ctitillcato ac
com panics e.ioh olume. llouanza foi wi'rKei-,
diop eveijthlng and handle It; jou will make
money faat; books leody; cieillt i;Heu: big commis
sions; ilium.lted clrculai-t. teimo. r IthL. Address
Globe Bible Pub. to., tas Deuibo-n SU. thlca,'0.
UL, or Plilla. P.U dI31 '.'Ut w cd. f rl A. sat
"VVANTED-AOLNl- 'IO TAKE ORDERS BY
f samples; we will pay expense and salary or
allow libe.-ul commlsalou. SauiDlcsseiit on appli
cation. Addles lock box 125, New York City.
(175 2t wssun.
AUl.NTS MAkh 5 A DAY. GRhATI ST
kitchen nteusll ever invented. Retails at 35
cents. Two to six sold !n eerj houe. sample
postage paid, 0 cents,
Forshee A- Mcilak'n. Clucln-
d 76 28 weds
"IVAMCD-AGENlS-THE LARGEST AND
oMcst life insurance company In Massclm
setts is the "old reliable" New 1- ncland iluttiiil of
ISOfitou, Charles D. Mill, genei.il agent, Kns
City, Ma. bde-lrous of adding to hi- force ot dis
trict agents in Knnas. Llbeial renewal contracts
and cood terrltoiy now open. Write at once.
-1 OOD AGRNI S EVERYWHERE FOR LATEST
JC ofllce specialty. Sells itself with lrg prollu
Enclose stamp, Am. Lock-Ciauk Co., Milwaukee.
A Is. dC9 lot
WANTED M ISCEL1.ANEO US
llitler this bead 1c por Hue ner 1hv.
"VANTED-TO SELL TREI.S. ROSES. ORNA-
mental trees, shrubbeiy and hnde trees.
Aildr-efi. . F. Schcll, Nurseryman, 2US seiluwlrk
block, Wichita. d77 Ct
WAN1EU-TO BUY bKDGWILK COUNTY
warrants, Jno. G. Steffe, 02 Sedgwick b!oc.
WANTED TO BUY SEDf.WICK COUNTY
? 'J ax Certliicaea. sales of 90 nnd 91 prefered.
Juo. G. Steffee, 3C2bPdgwlck block. d 7t)6l
'VAN I ED-ONE GOOD BUTTER CUST05IER.
Elegant butter delivered eery wtek. Ad
diessL. Box 11. IXttville. Kan. 7511
WANTED-A GOOD TIME LOCK SXVK AND
doors for vaults. Would buy seondhaud If
good and cheap. Address 1' O box 22. AS Infield Ks.
"WrANl ED-MARCH 1ST TO RENT A HOUSE
T of 8 or nine rooms and stable iu north pirt of
town; must be in good condition aud rent reason
able. Address giving location and price. Renter,
cats of Eagle. U75jl
WANTED-TO TRADE A GOOD MILCH COW
tora woik borseor pony. Call at 1510 i.
WAN1 ED-REPORTERS IN
not already rcprecntd.
1 VERY TOWN
essential. Cotrespondnts ami contributors want
ed everywhere. Eithersex. Postals not answered
Address Interstate Press Association, Indijiiupolls
Ind, 7j tt
VANTFD-CATTLE OR HORSES TO PA--T-
u re for tho season of 18)'. Address Wm.
Mortl, Leou Kan. d7lotw9It
"VVA NTED-ShCOND-HAND LAW BOOKS'.
V compiling reports: Kansas. 1 aciCc. t-edeinl;
Alio standard leicboovs, rauji be in good condi
tion. AUdress Locrf BoxA (.uthrle, O. T KIIU
"At-'Ntld-'ar'Fnlr v.nn 7woo cash to
f tnke.iclio intiret iu wnolesale bu-in'vs
well e'-L.iblixhed In this city.
)jt, I O bcx 355 Wichita.
Addres for vartieu-
"TANTfcD-EVERYBODY IO KNOW THAT
we ate telling new or second hand furniture
and steves cheaper than dirt, J. 1 urley & Co , 23j
N. Main. datf
A AN1LD-A 1EW FARM LOAN:-. CLL
lmmcdUtel. JI. L. Oarver.orer No. 203 N
Malnsu dli tf
f ANThD-EVI.RYYOUNGM.iN AND YOUNG
11 woman In this country to know the plate U
nbtaln a fir-t-claSs biihlncx edncation la at the
Wichita Commercial collruc Yil.( . A. bullltiig
Actual business practice tin ongh the regular U. 1
mull with students of other colie-.es the crowning
frature. E. H. Itoblna. ITes dl5 tf
ANTED-Phl.SONS INTERESTED IN A
I practical education to vlvlt tbf Southwest
ern Buslntsf Collegf Actual busliiess practice a:
both day una nint sessions. Entrance 1j0
Longlasac 1S tf
I ndcr Oils iicul fc pr tine jt .iuy
It sAlIt. urTtTPA si'A lV H.a VY
work horses. Call At 633 .orth Lawrence
d 77 Si
Full ALE--OME CHOICE FARM MOIir.
gag-, ti rawing 8 percent Interest, in Gi-en-woodand
r.lk Couuti-. C.L. DUon. toathw .tern
Business Colic.-e, city. d77 n
IJOP.SALE-BNK NOTi.1 THE Wfc-T 'IDE
' Nattonal bank Imvins cone llitu HijUitLUlou. I
I'STeforsal not3 Iwloiiffn lo .ild Urnk dgcre
Cutlus about jxu) face value. 1 he notrs are now
at the law ode of Holme; A Haymaker. Ill North
JUtket u where thry iaay hrii, I wM rccire
h4.t. rm rh- r.(t. .tthr in" or a m. whtit. ud Lfj
the 14th diy of March, IsCI, !d nt- to b t'n- j
lerred, w ltooot recourse w tao tAik. J .". y.
luaser. committee. dli cdAssu ht
1WR fcALv-PO.fcRFL-L TKK'.'H
JC O las., coat Vi for HIS. AcdrewP O. iu,x S.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO GO TO THK P.H
morat al for the lt barzalu rtr oCetnL at
falmei's. cora-jr fcecoa-t rd JIaSa fct. ta it
FOK hALE-PuOL TABLE Ji.
403 N Hain.
i'O'tfcALE TAX IfcKTIFICATKS S-JtLb 2fJ.
at a ere a, hartals. i(,T particolart call t
room L, over "SiN 111. Jie AJUos.
1OK fcALD-Fi:tiU MILCU COW.
1 box II, Oatrliie. Kaa.
irOIt i LE-CPKIOHT PIANO, GOOD A4- NK'V.
1 combination boutcajw- ind wrlULi Hrs. cham
ber slIi. c. 2I N LmpcrU. m 5i
tOI.LJJNb IVfi. ViV. La
J Irtm. t-Jtti 1c. ter lb.
K jAL1-CHEAP tOV. CAM1-A NO.
Kem.Dtos tjrpewrlter to rtol tepair-. t-oi U
; at the cgg&U; nxna of li.li ofite. !3 tt
"Vtl-i-EuY fcTOCK CLKAJ.'ANCS bU.R
J FV.ll ..Jid omaistBlal trt?, a fofi lis t-a$e
l-ee. all w;rl Six! l2e Lertse ks 2l ywt
irani. 1 nl sirt joa oprcUX low p.lr. yr
liojtctitry-, L-mc iCaa. 4i5J5a
70il 5ALS-POOL AND BTLLLUiD TABLr-
X Good. ws;!ti, Tcry i&p. wax .
.n.R.vnrp. jprvn.HAND rAFi-i.
' w.r Iapv.....! ..nfl i.rt(Mi ija I&AjLffM t
. vtv.. "--';--;.--,.,, i
it ;oti orues. jcecati irua nfc. ;.
FOR SALE R at I&atc.
iih. X'OV "'aUK jVrADY TO 8CY A VlOJ-
Si bocx. bals prtiiwrty t H&. una
call at v;
ect Itrist Brta-ftcis-a Sr, 13 erta
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied
JfOil hALB CHKAP FOR CASH-lHOa OR i
-X No. 1 residence. 1055 .Jwb. lAwrence avenue.
Water and gt la the house. 10U f et front, south
"v. est corner icth, and Lawrence. Enquire at resi
dence, d 7C Ct
FOR SALE-M) ACRE FARM I13 f300 CASH,
balance 5 Tears.
SO acre t mi Jlii; same tet m.
80 acre farm U5f; same term.
All in Sedjjwitk county. Chance for all: no ius
tictloucu account of mx. color or previous condi
tion. CONE & CO .
d75 "U S27 L'ail Douclas.
"l?OK SALE OR EXCHANGE- ACRE FARM
X in Kutler county. Kansas; 2tJ3 acres fenced in
pasture. 5U .icre-t gnou mowiand.ititgoo4 gras land.
0 aires bottom land In cultivation. 3S crr buar
ine orchard, feed lots Iencel with :oi.e. llrtac
water In feed, los and itu:f, 2i ncres tlmber.cood
-room houe. stables, stnoi.6 house and cellar, half
mile from school and church. 3 mile from mill o id
station, good neighborhood. W ill gtTa 5 year it.ue
on f 2.UU0 at 7 per icnu UiUnce cattle. hrc and
horse. Price t U per tcre or w lit take (ltu) iu tah
and trade, balance &UU on time at 7 per cent. Ad
dress lock box 37, Leon. Kansas 71 ti vr(9 1
FOK .SALE-FARJISs IN GYPCM. MORTON.
Payne and Ohio ionnlili)s. Lucie ams tot
de lo-co-fo-co measles liave to dig for revenue,
bo . Coue A. Co.. S27 E Douglas dffl 71
rriDK &ale-farmj and city
L If iou are prospecting call and examino my
large list toforebuyirc. lean save you mocy. 1
hae the eXLlcislte vale of soma choice wd. lmorov-
ed SO and 160 acre tracts near the city. W I. ilc
Cormick real LStato broker, 203 edgwlcV blcck".
FOE liEXT Houses.
X inlcr 11 U tir.ul So per line t enl ly
OR KLNT-g6od"1X ROOM HOUSE" FOR
rent. J. W. Walters. Slate National Bank
building, up stairs. d'GGt
FOR RENT-AN EIGHT ROOM HOUSE WWI
furnace heat and other inipruwmenls. In
quire at 12o N . 1 opek.t a e. 75 Ct
FOR Kfc.NT-KI.'.T. 1.15 W
rait . Apply 32S N Main.
ELM, GOOD RL-
J?OR KENT-GOOO MODERN HOUSES s.0
. to J25 er month. L. V. Clapp. d!7Sw
FOR RENT MODERN HOUSES.
buMnevs houses lral Tiros.
TTOR RKNT-HOUbES IN ALL PARTS OF THE
AJ city by UUlls A. hintead. 113 N. .Market. Si 2t
FOli HEXT Rooms.
17Ofi KENT FURNISHED ROOM. STKAM
" heat. U. Getto block No. 20. d7S5;
170R RENT-FURMSdED ROOMS, WITH OR
JL Ithout board. 320 N. '1 opek. h .J It'
FOR RENT-DESIRABLE ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping; steam heat, free city water and
Janitor serKe eutiery reasonable. Enquiie
at rooms S5 aud 3G Zlinmerly block, 7a Ct
I T"OR RENT FURNISHED ROOM. MODEMS
: conveniences. No. Si7 N Lawrence, dll tf
RENT-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
for liuht houiekeenlnc: within ono block of
street car line aud court house, til N Market t.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
I inter this h (d 3c pr line pci'day.
I7OK RENT OR SALE-RESTAURANT AND
1 lunch counter at 127 E Douglas ae;good
FOR RLNT S20 ACRE FARM i MILES FROM
town, small tracts of garden lanu. Cone A.
Co , 327 E Douglas. d til 71
I?OR SALE-HOMES FOR SALECHEAP. ANI
J bouses to uioe. Ilartfotd Ine-tmcnt Co,
Sedgw Ick block. diiltr
IJIOR VENT-M)0TH HALF OF 1IRST FLOOR
1 front of Uclcher block. Are proo
proof vuult with
lu A 1 ply to Di . Joulon
FORRINT-rHOlOGRAPH t.ALLERY. OLD
st.ind. He-t location in tlit city. Inquire at
Uarnc A. Nencon 'mjiuiomoh. fes tf
Under this head 3 cents per line a day.
OCK INLAND BOOK EXCHANGE BUY AND
bell t.K.k. 12 I. uouglas. 19 31
FEED AND GRAIN.
Under This Head 3c Ter Line Per Dy.
T?RAN. B; SHORIS 7i TELEPHONE 3DI
JJ I". Puckett, 111) W DougUtt a e.
GOULD-TELEPHO.NE ', Ml E DOUGLAS
rpO EXCHANGE-GOOD FARM IN VALLEY
JL Center lowiinhlp. I'rlte J-Uit? clrarot Incutn
b ante; for strictly good lchlta resldeuce property
Cono A Co. dK7t
riNA NCI A L.
I nrter ilili heart 3c per ltipri1sy.
ruder ) Islteatl So per Una per.tny.
l RAVED Oil
4horse. large h"ad and silt In off ear,
able reward will le paid If returned to Whittle 'a
Wholesa Ic Paper house, 153 N. hmcorla. H .. .'f
1 ix'rr t bis Uad3c per lln per day.
1 1 (rttiilcli'SdScrer line per dar
rno TRADE-A WELL BRED. 2-YEAR OLD
JL coltforacowor belfen one with Jersey blood
preferred. Inquire at 1CU3 Waco are. d'S it
OR TRADE-A RESIDENCE 1-OR LIVE
stock, llealy A 3Ioorc. Ki if
t'nder tl U lietiil . yr lln- "Tlnr
XVTAN'l ED-TO MARRY AN OLDIall WID.
V ouerof eood amrarance and koine meas
Lanu a good llrlim income wuhrs to crrrpond with
a rcni.I anil goort looking iny ieiwen tony ami
fifty years wtih ji view to marry. All Uitr an
swered or r-turnl. -ecrccy warranted Addraw
I'. O Box 7HS. City of Wichita. 7
J. C. WILSON, DENTIST.
US E. Douglas.
Teeth Extracted by Electricity without pa!a 2T
Trilh Filled -lth-ilT ... Tr
Teeth IrlHtxl with I'latlnam - 1X0
Teeth Filled with Gold - - fI.CI)ndup
Best set of Upper or Lower Tth 150). Tbeie
Is no lfeur mad, no matter bow much you pay. CI
All work wax ranted
DE. C. G. ADAMS
Has opened Dental Parlors at 100
East Douglas avenue. All amea
thetics administered. Gold work
a specialty. All work warranted.
ENOS DA V, r. S.
CnIlT. Torfnt. On".
Ofllc-: Palace Mablc?i, 11 North lAwrcncc
acnue. V i( tita. an. tall r mail, ti-
arcnuv. iinuumnjuM-. vi- u uii,
trraph or itloiilion atiHweretl promptly. L
iiSgnL CbxrstA njafconaWu. Telephone 71
Anyone Wishing a
Complete list of Names
.mil r. o. Address, oi
All Male Citizens in Sedgvick Co., Ks
ConlUn?cf SIT 0 taja-. locatlor tb-cj br towii
rblpard f it. le tl!e-ur il rafcnt tatu
1H Bwltli Taartpt cori aaJ ttmvtHruv
locatius erery cieQ l- Ald toaaly. Can t tuui
aia rwaosahl prv ' b9 betl lTf Esstl
grltlltZ Uli TV!iB hS & jfcT tt S- (BtTVi
mj could Ik -os. 2Jii. llila . U. F. U'-fA-
In line Tailoring for thH month,
J'ant.- to order S3 00 np.
suits to ortT aay down.
It -will pay ynu to 'all and rr-t
prices. Lr.:e selection, yood fit.
WJCI1ITA TAILOULNf CO.
309 X. 3IalnKU
K C. 1-trai.
Keal Estate and llmts.
tr iir fscM tirr proprtft ?:r"3'e"""iJtr
idt s jn-l ksm neai r;e truer yor
rotoT. KleHUi ltB mrr s"ti fil tii? to4
tlle. 1 J" lb Mr luUlatf. kbi tt L4siJ Jrt
r fci- rZrr 'mirf ter ttSftni orSrr. AH JaTte.
uBa is vttr lite r tfrtittt factor &rt txpcnrA.
Tt B ithMa tUlrtrrta fcf SiJ-ilc2Ul ptoprtif
td ;KJifuJy crl for use ts4 tu&r tz
vnVu J-a.u Utui g-i: !' -5
THE PEOPLE'S C0LUMI1.
DE. J. E. BENNETT,
.TILIO?. fistula, ris
MJRI. and a. I dlsee
of th rwtam carel
llhoat knife. licatur-M
or caustics, care jraar
anleed. money to
l paM until yen are
In both vxe jn!kljr
and radically cured 01
the most, reasonable
s Incorrhfrc lxalnfnl
lerknK etc, a pclalty
fldentlal and InrlteU.
O Jlre open from l.n.
to 7 ill ;. au Sunday
until 10 p in.
Call at office: opposite Mun4on Si ITcNamar.
DE. J. E. BENNETT.
126 X. Maiu St.. Wiebita. Ks.
J.O. CATiDSOit. PresU A. FacLkneu, Cult
CITfZENS' : BANK.
Kansas National Bank
OF Tf ICHITA.
Money to Loan on Good Secur
ity at reasonable rates. Q-k
Koal .. ... . w?.a,,-i
Iu. t,o .North America. (ori:aaUl 'W K?",5aj
(trriuan American ..-. 8 lit.l4
Queeu . ....
I'luvulx ot Londou (orvaniied ItVl)
T. J. KOQLIUJ it CO., HI E. rirt u Wichita. K.
(Established In ISTu
None but first das' comnantei reprwntci!.
All who Insuro with tw will Ilnil their Inlfr
calh closely Kuanled. M-tf
Contractor ami Builder.
Estimates ftirnishetl on nil dresses of
ImihIitiKf. .lob vortc -fivtn Hpoclnl
utteutlon. Olllco mid rt-aitloucc 1055
N. Topokft ave. "Wichita. CC ltn
IMTJS IO AX D ART.
I.V-TRI'CTIONR rilYF.fi IN OIL PORTRAIT,
landkcapQ.ketchlns from "till life and tiatur.
tapestry rrayoti and pastel. T.rma CO rt 5 houra
clufn ttoons. Print leon at bume VI S hour
le-oux Itixttn 28, Fletcher Uock, cotuar .Main and
hrcntl lreet. . d JS tf
T. G. IsANK,
BKST PIA0 TUNKH IN TJIK STATE.
Tall or ddrv rare of Latn and llkr, IIS B.
First frt . Wichita. Kim
City ItuMne clxu pc!al attention. d3 tf
Mr. Slierinxn Hkinstm Violin Depjirt
mentof the Mckiier CouacrTU)ry o
Mu-ic. .Apply for tr-ntj Mt Htatc
tioiial IJanlc or G35 N. Topekr Ave
llanter la the Art of
New term brein February lMh, Roota It, Ultllotf
olces tried free of charge. d in
ATTOKKJfJTS AT LAW.
.roirx E. SIT I V IT AN.
A ttortt cy- at-La w,
II m reer.t!y JrratM In -VVjrhlt. wilt pracitr 'n
all theronrn ami it1t urc-ropt tLritMoo to all o
lnrj. Intrntted u hl care, UCce rooa.a I ti
ION ilalnbL Um
l".fcTAt.er. i k. lion.
ST A NLEY it n U.V E.
Attorney, at Ijht. Tici. Hat..
K. B. JEWETT,
nvnra Z. ant ( Z3 N. Uala at, WTetstu.
dji. w. r.rjRi:,
Clir.OXIC Xervooa. ami PrfTata
DlrteaM-fl.HOcl Dlsea of VotD'ti1 tlernDcd
or hupjre-ttl n)entmatlon. from wbat
ever caaw Kpwljly rriorJ hjr Electric
Uy. StrJrarri. Iil, Goltnr, ice, qalclciy
curetl by rJ!trolytl, or no charcc Abw
kc-pt lbs beat pill made for fill nien-ttruat
t!eraoRemBU;f nt to Any ajjdre on recip5
of price.fl.OO per box utt.aud. Hbould
not b ul rlnrictf prrKaancr. Cor-re.poad'-nc'
Invited tl confli'ntlL
Office N. Mala St,, Wlcblt. Kaoaa
DR. E. E3UTA CO'ltR,
1 n1- M 1 1fr ir1 5lly
J n tt r t!le iirlijc ewHtDi'ti. Mrtif jr
iuflno5l!d, .Iw inB.fai fcw Jrrw
tldd ItirtitWrm " rtit't J ti nj;'
iyi.vtiCfi.titU. 4 . 14iG9Uf fittfi nt
Jo Aieac. tt fch'U. i.-..
L. JL HAMILTON, M. U
127 ". MtrketHt.
J.IKCILTIKh JJyeKr,ose And
(Kansas Steam Laundry
122 &, 134 S. Lavrefooc Atc.
All work comrttit; to t tamsl cnt in
tm& order. Goad dtllyrcd to ay ?r.
ol tfcft dty Trl'pbetus 1VL
A "-eat lo cvtbrr xnrp waqfd.
AVicIiita Hair Bazar.
1 17 X. 3Ialn Sf. Vp Htalr.
1 Jir Vrrtns ftd Mater iart"r .
GrsrrAl surarjr ivr Mrs. -ai raiwal
CeUtminl TiJrt td -4 Otsto.
ArTit rSUl la adlacat lcra.
KM GS&y Ckafied. l'lrB'r 0&&UiU
4LT3. J. 31. Lfterldj;- Prop.
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