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Site WLiclxitix gallu qU: fRjfcedttjescteg ptoraituj, MtpttntibM 29, 1886 wayyeaawMM jmwiw m M. M. MUKDOCK, Editor. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 29, 18S6. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE TICKET. er Associate Justice D.M.VAUBMINE, Franklin county. tot Ooremor JOHN A. MARTIN, Atchison county. For Lieutenant Governor A. P. KIDDLE, Ottawa county. For Secretary of State E. B. AIXEX. Sedgwick county For 8tMo Treusnrsr- - JAJIHS W. HAMILTON, Bumuw county. For Auditor of State TIMOTHY McCABTHT. Pawnee county. For Attorney General S. B. BRADFORD. Ouge county. For Superintendent of Public Instruction J.H.LAWHEAD, Bourbon county. FOR CONGRESSMEN. . First District HON. E. N. MORRILL. Brown county. Second District HON. E. H. FUNSrON. Allen county. Third District HON. B. W. PERKINS. , Neosha county. Fourth Dtotrlct- HON. THOMAS RYAN. Shawnee county, ttth District- HON. A. S. WILSON, Washington county. Sixth District HON.E. J. TURNER. SIicrMau county. Sercnth District HON. S. R. PETERS, Haner county. JUDICLVIi-lbtli DISTRICT. For Judge HON. T. B. WALL. Sedgwick County. COUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judge city of the United States be destroyed to day. That's our guess, and its just as re liable a guess as Wiggins fSm make. WHAT TOPEKA IS LIKE. E. B. JEWETT. A. B. WRIGHT. G. W. C. JONES. For Clerk of District Court For County Attorney For C'maty Superintendent D. S. PENCE. For Commissioner Third District T. H. RANDALL. For Representative E2d District RODOLPH HATFIELD. For Rcprescntath c KM District It. E. LAWRENCE. ror Reprcfieutathc SJth District A. n. CARPENTER. UErUIILICAN MEETINGS. The State Central committee, lmo made the fol low Ing apiioiutnieiits for southwest Kansas up to ate: Governor John A. Martin, Lieutenant Governor A. P. Riddle, and W. I. Cloud, of the old Second Kan saseaxelrj, will Jiddresslhe people at the following time? and jilacf-s to w It: Marion. S.iturtla, October 2, lSSf.,8 p in. lltitehliis in, Mond ' October 4. lRsl, 8 p. m. Sterling. Tuesdai. October !5. litfjfi, 8 p. in. Judge . C. JIcKailanil, r Topeka, Ju'Igc nirain Stevens, and otlxrs wllladdrjs-. the ieopc cm the Is hues ot the dav at the following time and places: l'aola, Monday. October 4. Ited, at TsW p. m. Otlnwp. Tu'-(li, Octobers. l3Ti. at 7-0 p. in. llurllugtou, WetiiiLxdaj. October.-), lteii.ut7.iU p. m, Eurckti. Ttmrsdaj, October 7, lt6, ul 7...0 p. m. El Dorado, hrid.i , Octoln i 8. ltet. at 7,SI p. in, Wlcliit.1. Suturd.i . Octoler !, ISA at 7-1) p. in. Kingman. Mond iv, Octobi r 11, IS-n. at 7.30 p. in. Wellington, rnesd.i. October li, ISA at 7:X)i).m. Caldwll.Wcdi.e-da, Of toiler KllSHatT.l) p in. Anthony. Thunxiiv. OctoVr 14. 18St, at 'M p. in. Medicine Lod0'e, Friday, Oct. lr., f-Et-. at ':) p. in. Senator John .1 Iugallsand others will address the public on the political Issues of the day, at the fol low lug limes and places I reilonla. Saturday, October 9, lR-", at 7 SO p. in. Anthony. Wednesday, October W, lFSil, at 7..T0 p. in. Senator Plum band others will addie-ssthe people on the political Issues of the day at McPliersou, Monday, Sept. 27, at St) p. m. Local commit ties arc roijuoMcd to mike ail neees fary arranteinents for all these n.cetings. I'Obters furnished by this committee. Uy order of the central eoninilttre, I. I. BONEIIR Ki:, HENRY URANDLEY. Chairman. Secictary. ItEPUmTlCAN-' MEKT1NGS 31. M. Murdock, in his Eagle the other day got off a screech against Topeka that he ought to be ashamed of. Topeka has always been his friend, and is still, as it is of Wichita. Topeka likes to see Wichita prosper, and is the furthest possible from being jealous of it. On the other hand, Topeka will in the future as in the past, aid Wichita in all matters to attain not only its prosperity, but also that of its citizens.' Commonwealth. We can't imagine to what the Common, wealth alludes, but we stand just as ready to feel ashamed if guilty of a reprehen sible expression. We did say something a few days ago about the matter of the Rock Island shops, which was drawn out by an article in one of the Topeka papers, criti cising the Rock Island management for daring to locate its shops at a point in Brown county, the junction of the Kansas and Nebraska systems. We thought the criticism unjust, so gave the writer a taste of his own medicine. As for Topeka in cold jus tice it is one of the most delightful cities in the west, and probably the most delight fully located capital in all these United States, with Some of the greatest interests of the state located there; but, Topeka is all the same exceedingly touchy. Wichita gets slams every day from half the towns and papers of the state, including Kansas City, while the Eagle his it plastered on and rubbed in on all occasions, but we never ask anybody to be ashamed of them selves, no, we just give a kick back and let it ro. Topeka is the largest town in the state in population, and next to the biggest town in the state in business, therefore Topeka can't afford to be touchy or jealous. they find that the yield will be lighter than anticipated. Some nice hogs are being shipped. Well, Prof. Lurantz will open school Monday next in our splendid new school building that stands, beautifully finished, on Gertise's hill east of town. H. SEDGWICK, KANSAS. To the Editor of the Eagle. The district conference for Newton dis trict, southwest Kansas conference M. E., convenes here today. About eighty dele gates will be in attendance, The confer ence will continue until September 30. Mr. Mumford Morgan, an old and es teemed citizen of this place, died Sunday evening and was buried Monday at 4 o'clock p. m. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. N. A. MathLs, Friday, September 24, a bouncing boy, an only son and the first child in fourteen years, imagine me joy in mat House Mr. Joe Hay, the popular clothier, has returned from Chicago, where he has been buying goods for his fall trade. Mr. J. M. Cox has also returned from a like business trip to Chicago. 3Ir. A. E. Frost's new house was struck by lightning on Saturday night: almost de molishing one end of the building. CashM. Taylor, editor of the Para graph, is attending a family reunion at We nona, Illinois. COL. liUCKNKtt AT ATTICA. Tor the Seventh Congressional District. Ashland. Clark count v. Wednesday. Sept. 29, at 7.7) p. in. speakers, s. R. Peters, Geo. D. Oruer, I). M. Frost, R.M Palmer .Mead Center, Meade count, , 1 hurvlav, Sept. 30, at 7-W p. in. Siicakirs. S. R Peteis Ceo. 1). Oruer, J. S. Painter. I). II. troslaud K. C. Price. Jetmore, Hodgeman i nuuty, Monda, . Oct. 4, at 71 n. in. Seikers, S. R. l'eteis. W. K. SUnlcv, S. W. Vnndivert, J. S. I'altiter and J. W. Ri.sh. Ness Cliy, Ne-s count j. Tue-xlay. Octobers, at 7.",0 p. m. Speaker-. S R. Peters, W. E. Stanley, J. S. PalnUrand J. W. Rush. NewKiowt, Barber c unity, Widnesdav, Oct. Cat 7,1) p in. Speakers. J. A. Ray, W. E. Lathy and C. S Km h. liighton. Line county, He-luesdav, Oct. C at 7 It) p. III. sictki in, S. R. Poll 1 s, W. E. Stanley, J. S. Paint er iiiki i. i.llllie.N . Seott Cltv.Siott countv. Thursdav, Oct, 7, at 7.10 p. in. Sptiikers. S. R. reins and A.V. Smith. Belle Pliiinc, Sumner e maty, 'ihursdav. Oct. 7, at 7 3) p. m. Speaker-, W. S. Morris W. E. Lathy and T.'l.luvlor. iivraeuse. Hamilton count v. 1'ridav. Oct. 8, at7.T) li. m. "-iKMkers. S. It Peters, A. W. .Smith and W. R. Ilroiv n. DoUc City, Tord county, Saturdav . Oot. , at 7-5) p, in. Speiktrw, s. It Peters, J. A. Murray and 11. Whiteside. , SterJIng. Rice count , Satmdav , Xt. ". at JD p m. SjHMkers, G. W. Clement, A. W. Smith and W. E. Lath . KiiLsiey. Edwards countv, Mondav, Oct. 11, at 7.50 p. in. Seikers, s. It Peters, J. P. Greenlee and Hen ry Ikvithaud IlmMeCart. Ijirue I. Paw neo county, Tuesdiv. Ootoler 12, at ?: p. :n. Sjieakt is, S. It Peters, M. W. Sutton, J.K. On culm aid J. W. Hamilton. Gro,at lSeud, llarton count. Weslnesd.iv, October 1" atT.SJp. in. Speakers. S. It Peters, t,. Y. Clement. It Hatileld and J. V. Hamilton. Carden City, llnney county. 'I nursdav, Oct. 14, r.t S ami 7: W p. in. Spe tkirs S. K Peters, .I. C. Straus. W. Lathy. II. U.Kellc iindlhc--.. I. Jackson. Mount Hope'. Scd0'ivlcki'otmt. Hid.iv, Oct. 17, at iWn. in. Speaker, J. It Hallow ell, T.'j.Tav lor and .A. Murri. Lvons. Rice countv. Fridav. Oct 13. at 7Jb n m Speakers, s. It Peters. (1. W. Clement and A. w" Hinlth. S.iratOK.1, Pratt county. ThursdayOct. 14. r.t 7JX) ii. in njuMMiv. a. it. iianuvv ell, l iWk Gillette and C. S. Finch. Pratt, Pmtt county. aiMMkcrs. J Finch. MePnerson, McPherson countv. Si(urdav, Oct 1C at J p. ui. and 7-1 p. m. Speake i-. S. It Peters. (5. W w!,;v,VhsST'Ii-Uauk'I,MV- K-I-at,i-j- AtthM, MariMr countr. Mondav, Oct. IS. at 7. p. m Speakers. S it IVter-. W.S. Morris J. W. Hauahv uud E. U. Allen. "au,ii Harper, llariier county, Tuesdav. Oct. l'l. at 7..T0 p in. Siieakers, .s 11. Peters. T. A. ilcNeal, It Hatth Id and J. W. Hamilton. Medicine Ixli'. ISarber county. Wednesday, Oct a), at 7 A) p m. Mpeaki rs, S. It Peters. J. A. Rav . e;! R. snelllu and Tim MeCart . .Wellington. Sunuiei eoun'tv , ThuiKd.iv. October 21 at 7-W p. in. Shakers, h. It l' ters, o. W. Clements A. W. Smith, K. staulc. Tim McCarty and E. II. Allen. Wichita. S djjvv Ick county, Frhlav, Oct. ?J. at 7 "M p. in. Speakers, S It Peters, J. R. JIaltovvcII. Prank Oillette. el. W. Clement, J. W. Hamilton and TI-ii McCarty. Caldwell. Sumner county, Saturd iv, Oet.25. at 7-10 p. m. Speikers. S. It Pete-rs,.!. It liallowelland r. A McNo.il. Walnut C'lt. Rush eountv, Moiiilav, Oct. Z at7JW ii m. Sptukors.S. R. Peters, u. W."Niiuock.j,b. A. Ifcty and rim McC.uty. Ii C'nisj, Rush county. Tiii'sdhv, Oct. 2-3, at 7.TO p m. SH'iters, s, K. Peters. W. "R. ltii.vvn. R. L Chipm in and 1 lm McCarty. Mokersoii. Reno count vl Tue.-ii.iv, Oct. W, at 7-1) p. in. speakers, IVauk Uillette'. Ceo. D. Orner and J. W. Wultc. St. John, st ifforel count . Tnu rsil iv , Oct. 2'. at 7,1) p m. SiKyiker-. s. R. l'eters; o." PaviiUon and L. L. Ch ipman I uka. Pratt county, lVid.iv, CVt. 29. at 7A) p m SKMkers.s It Peien. it t. I)av id-on. Frank Oil lettoand R HiUleld Lliinnooel, Rirtmi countr, Frldnv, Oct. 2;. at X1 ii. in. ivkers, a. ii. iiauovveii, li. vv. lilto-ldo and tt county. Friday, Oct. 1 at 7-)) p. in. It Hallovvell. rank Ulllette and C. S. Saturday's train brought to this city that doughty old "fighting parson," who came to dedicate the new M. E. church building. The colonel is in fair health, and wtis in excellent humor for his undertaking on Sunday. There was a church debt of $530 to be raised before he would undertake to dedicate. At 1 1 a. in. yesterday the com modious building was crowded with a large and appreciative audience. The text was from Romauis. 0. 1. The sermon was one of the "neatest" ever preached to a Kansas audience. Its mauy good, practical points were profusely illustrated by inci dents from the colonel's experience in the army, and as a citizen of Kansas. At the close of the day serv ices he annnounced that he would preach the "dedicating ser mon in the evening, but that bcfoie that could de done it was necessary to lift from the young church society here, the bdrden of debt. The building bas cost over $1,700; of that amount there remaind $330 to be provided for. The people here have given profusely to this and other church enterprises, and had begun to feel that they had done enough. But under the influence of Col. Uuekner's eloquence they came nobly forward and lifted the remain ing $550. Last night the building "was naeked and the dedication took place in due form. Tonight (Mondaj') the colonel will lecture at the link, on the Chatanooga campaign, in which he took such an active and prominent pait. At the battle of Rocky Face, as is well known, he was sevciely wounded and never since litis weighed within twenty-four pounds of what he weighed that day when he led his gallant regiment into action. The friends of the M. E. chinch at this place feel exceedingly grateful to Elder J. D. iiotkin, of Wichita, for his liberal do nations to the buildimr here. lie has done very much to lift a burden from their shoulders and desenes their gratitude. The U. IJ. church are erecting a hand some building and will soon have it read for public dedication. The buildiwr boom on Main street still continues. The Lynds block is about com pleted. Capt. IJ. C. Cook is excavating for a fine brick block adjoining the Attica Stale bank on the north. Real estate is commanding better figuies than ever before and property is changing hands readily. New residences are going up in every direction. The impetus given by the pros pects of getting the border road is great. Work will soon begin on street road, and then we w ill want to be spoken to with a great degree ot respect. Sabe? The G. A. R. of Crisfidd, will institute their post and hold a camp lire next Thurs day evening. Many from here will attend. Ronton Pct at Anthony will be there in force. Relieving that "brevity is the soul of w it." I close. Kick vpoo The new road chartered running west through the southern tier of counties, is an extension of the 'Frisco line. THE SOLDIERS IX CONGRESS. The War Record of Captain S. It. Tcters. A COOD uyi: the but I'ury llojih Litkln. Finney count. Trldav.Oct. ; t t.yi, , Skaters. II. It Keller, W It. Ilrown and J. W.Utish." Kinsman. Kinsman countv. Saturd tv. Oct W at 7.31 ii in. Sk ikers. S K. Relets, it. 0 Lav ldson. T. T. Taj lor. R. Hatileld and J. W. HaitRhev . Cimarron, Ford count. S.iturdav, Oct. JAl'at 7JVn in. Sjieakors. H II. Keller. W. It Rrovvu. Heurv Hoot.i and J. W. Rush. Now ton. Harve isiimty. Moudav. Nov I. at 7 30 p in. SHMke!-. S. R Petevrs, O. W." Clement. Junes Livvrence, T. r. Ta.v lor. 11. Whiteside-, and W. E. Stanley. A full attcndince U requested at all theVe tncct lupi The isspe-s of the hour will U ably and thor ot: jlilr ellscu'stsl. W. li. LA i II V. E. L. CHAPMAN. SeereUr.v . Chr'm. Ex. Com . THE EARTHQUAKE TODAY. Well, we are all here this morning, upon which fact the E.vh.k congratulates itself and readers. To be still alive after all that Wiggins has threatened is something, but if we all .find ourselves right side up with care tomorrow morning, it will le still bet ter. He didn't say what hour the racket was to commence. The graud aggrega tion may open up before ou get to the end of this editorial. Its only breakfast time, and its a long time till midnight. The power of Omnipotence and Ilis unchanging house To the Editor of the Eale: Deriiy, Kan., Sept. 27. Much to regret of not only the Baptist people, the community at large, we were called up on to listen to the farewell sermon of our much beloved Brother Churchill, who h called to take charge of his old church in Leon, and although we arc not afflicted with such emotions often, yet in this in stance c freely confess our envious feel ing of that people. His departure is not only felt in the confines of the church or churches where he proved hinifclf an efficient worker and an able nulnitarrui. hut in business circles where he has established the reputation of a large-hearted, liberal tint! thorough-going business man, whose place and that of his estimable family is considered so hard to till we asked him to recommend his successor, and the result vi as the fine looking and accomplished Dr. Miller, of Augusta, Mho will take charge of the Baptist church immediately. The Presbyterians who are erecting a hand some addition to their old church are laying the corner stone for The National Tribune of September 2, has the following biographical sketch of Hon. S. R. Peters, of this congressional district: Samuel R. Peters was born in Walnut township, Pickaway county, Ohio, Au gust 16, 1842. He was raised on a farm, attending country school in winter. He entered Ohio Weslcyau university, at Del aware, Ohio, in September, 1859, and con tinued in school until October 29, 1801. when he enlisted as a private in Co. E. 73d Ohio. In January, 1802, he was appointed sergeant, and served as such with his regi ment in Virginia, under Kosecraus, Fie mont and Howard. In March, 1803, he w:is promoted to second lieutenant. He par ticipated in the battles of Fredericksburg, Chaucellorsville and Gettysburg, his regi ment being in the second brigside, second division, eleventh corps. His captain, at Gettysburg, was on staff duty, his first lieutenant was injured in the second day's fight, and Lient. Peters took command of his company on the battlefield. He was mentioned m regimental orders for con spicuous gallantry and recommended for promotion. In beptember he went with his command under Hooker to the west, joining the armjr under Grant at Chatta nooga. He was in battle on the night of October 29, 1803, when his regiment and the 23d Mass. charged and drove from a spur of Raccoon Kidge, under Lookout mountain, a brigade of rebels. This fight opened up the "craeker-liue" on the south side of the Tennessee river from Bridge port to Chattanooga. His regiment lor this charge was especially complimented by Gen. Grant. He took an active part in the battle of Missionary Ridge, after which he marched with Sherman to relieve Buruside at Knoxville. Returning to Chattanooga the regiment went into winter quarters, veter anized, went home on a furlough, and re turned to its old camp. In March, 1804, he was promoted to fir&t lieutenant, and was appointed adjutant of the regiment. The eleventh and tweltth" corps were consoli dated and became the twentieth under Hooker His regiment became a pait of the third brigade, third division of that coips. Then came the Atlanta campaign. Lieut. Peters was in all the battles that his corps fought in that advance, beginning with Buzzard Roost and ending Avitli the capture of Atlanta. He was wounded at Rcsaca, but continued with his regiment on duty. He went through with Sherman to the sea; "was promoted to captain in January, lebo, and mustered at Savannah. He went up through the Caio liims, and was in the battles of Averyboro and Bcntonville. For his gallantry in the hitter he was warmly complimented by uen. uoggswen, oi Jiassacuuseus, com manding his brigade. Capt. Peters went with his regiment to Richmond and Washington, and took part in the grand review, commanding company A. The war being over, he resigned June 8, 186j, and went home. He worked on a tarm during the rest of the summer. In September, 1803, he re turned to Delaware to school, remained a month, then went to the University of Michigan :uid entered its law school, trom which he graduated March 27, 1807. He began practice at once m Memphis, Mo. In August, 1808, he bought the Memphis Reveille, which paper he edited until January, 1873, when, on account of failing health, he removed to Kansas, located at Marion Center, Marion county, and re sumed the practice of law. In .November, 1S4, he was elected to the state senate. In March, 1875, he re Mgucd his position and accepted an ap pointment as judge of the ninth judicial district, after which he removed to New ton. In November, 1873, he was elected to this position for four years, and in 1878 was re elected, botn times without opposi tion. In November, 1882, he was elected congressman-at-large from Kansas. In 1884 he was elected to the 49th congress from the seventh congressional district! In May, 18SG. he wjis again nominated as the candidate of his party in that district without opposition. His district is the southwestern quarter of the state, having thirty-one counties. In population it is the largest district in the United States. It has more ex-soldiers in it than any other dis trict in the country. It has 473 pos'.ofliccs and more than ouejhundred newspapers. It had 77,338 children of school age March 1, 1886, and a Grand Army post in even town. Capt. Peters has proved himself a most useful member in matters of gen end legislation, and especially so in guard ing the interests of his state and district. The worn and battered ctenms of the war have in him a zealous and f;uth ful friend. The enormous number of ap plications from the soldiers of his district for aid in prosecuting their claims against the govercment, receive patient and cttreful attention. His constituents do well to keep him in congress. They evidently know a good tiling when thev see it. Twenty Lots Will fce offered at an Unusual Bargain for a few days at Bar tholomew's Office. Speculators and investors will find It to their interest to see for themselves. G. W. BARTHOLOMEW. i N CAPITAL, $100,000. Farm Mortgages, No Delays. Interest at Lowest Rates. ACT AS TRUSTEES FOIt CORPORATIONS. CO PARTNERSHIPS, ESTATES AND INDIVIDUALS. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. lav iu ituut&UN. jk., 1'keside.nt. Toledo, Ohio. JAMES J. ROniSON, Sechctjirt. OFFICE, 1S7 lsLJTlSr STE-ZEET. F W. SWAB, (SUCCESSOR TO K. STACKMAN) Merchant Tailor. Keeps on hand Fne Goods of the latest styles. The largest stock in the city. Satisfaction guaranteed. No treble to show goods. Call and see me F. W. SWAL, ht door N of County Building. N. F. NiniUT.I.ANIril. !irsitl A. W. OLIVER. Vko IYtMiltiit. W. W. KIRKWOOP, Ijt.i1 Examiner. V. W. I.KY,1n-nurrr J C KLTAN.fc.rtnr ROBISON BROS., BANKERS. it MuniciDal and CoimtT Bonds Bon CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Kansas Loan and kdinciii Co. Capital, $100,000. Money Always on Eand to Loan on Farm and City Property Office in Wichita National Eank Building, Wichita, Kan. R0B1S0N BROS,, 127 MAIN ST. The Nicest Lots in the City are in HIB AUGER'S --ADDITION, Eetween Park and Tenth Streets, west of Washington Avenue Prices Low and Terms Easy. BUNNELL a MOREHOUSE, S. D. PALLETT, DHAI.KK IN- Northern I Southern Pine Lumber, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. QFKICK an,. WHITE gK jWpt or -. WCH JAj KAK SOLE AGENTS. J. rROlDDCS. hand still uphold and preserves u, but the destructive powers of a single sparkof electricity would Ihj buflicient, backed by Ilis will, to end us all and this terrestial ball thrown in, in thin vapor inside of the next minute. But Wiggins to the con trary, the thing wont be done. Neither will New Orleaus or Macon, or any other the new portion today, the address to be delhcred by their eloquent and popular young pastor, Rev. Samuel Hamilton. There is quite a small portion of this year's corn crop being sold as yet, the farmers holding for higher prices, which they say must be paid in order to reinstate and equalize matters, for upon examination KIP & BROADDUS, ZIMMERLY'S ADDITION. Now is the time to buy lots in this addition while they are cheap. ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE. Street cars and large brick School house in connection. For further in formation call at 6 1 1 S Market st. A N N E S S (A New Town), Located on the Leroy & Western Railroad, an extension of tho Atchison, Topeka & Tanta Fe Railroad, in Erio township, Sedgwick county, Kansas, owned by the Ar kansas Valley Town Company. PRICES LOW AND TERMS EASY. TWELVE MILES FROII ANY Railroad. Town, in a well settled and improved farming community, insuring good support from the start. Call on or write me at once and secure choice o lots. G. A. HATFIELD, General Agent, Wichita, Kan. HOTGHKINS & WHEELER, Real Estate & Exchange Brokers, SOLE AGENTS FOR ROSENTHAL'S ADDITION. 1 his Addition is located in tb north part of thj city, between FairvibW and Arkaneas Avorjuea and i in tho bibot p.irt of city. We offer Special Icducements for the next 30 d7u. No. 201, S-E CORNER DOUGLAS AVENUB AND MARKET ST. MONEY TO LOAN te -:- Ms u AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. OFFICE Southeast corner Dougiaa and Topeka aTe, in lTinvm Furniture Co'a balding. Comanche, Comanche County, Kansas. A new nlr.v nn t.hA nm77i.irrnn. at it 1nniTt!rm -with TUrr nu,rr -, On Chattel MYirto-aoPc nnH P.irv Prnnprlv Cavalry creeks, offers more inducements to the Investor than any vii viittiLCi mortgages aDU Vlly r lOper ly. . other new town platted in Kansas this year. Only three miles from N SMALL OR LARGE AMOUNTS xUfc great natural sait deposit; a line water power at the Toot or -rr-r. JrrX ". - . Cavalry Valley, with its hundreds of fine Tarms, many under culti- SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST RATES vaon. A chance to get in now on the ground floor. No lots given a"4Y. muxuy uwua. ouu litiiiit; uuiiiuujja KU1IIK UD. W ntO lOr iUll Hta Banting Company and Farmers Banking Co, 116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE. particulars to the COIIANCHE TOWN COMPANY, New Kiowa, Kansaa m t m K 11 51 t ,?gjryit?jtfMcis ":23fcBrsJBSB3WGA tjr t." -jritssifilfc JutfgftJi. .flBwfcgsaftg s " i. -sawi --aff5:-Tu "1SsitajC:-te- ifc" a' - "--3-VfeeISffciiaa'i'Ml ffyptr"sSip-'