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B. K. TIME TABLES.
St. I, Ft. S. A. W. K. K.
KAST BOUKD TBJLWS.
St. LouU Day Express and Mall 9:10a.m.
8L Louis Kight Express and Hall tin p.m.
Kansas City Day Express and Mail 0:10 a. m.
Kansas City Night Express and Mail 8. p. m.
(freight and Accommodation tl2:Q0 a.
WWT BOUKD TRACTS.
8t Louis Day Express and Mail -25P--
St. Louis Night Express and Mall.. 835--
Kansas City Day Express and Mall. -2 P- "
Kansas City Night Express and Mall 8.35a. m.
Freight and Accommodation. v&'Jn'
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
Wichita, & Colorado.
Mt. iSopAeeommodatlon 1:90 p.m.
A., T. AS. F. R. u.
3olng North, Passenger.
3oing North. Accommodation
3olng South. VassenRer....
Going South, Passenger. . . . . .
Going South, Accommodation
... 7.40 p.m.
... 8-25 a. m.
... 2.30 p.m.
,.. 7.40 p.m.
,. 82.) a. m.
,.. 2.30 p. in.
. . 855 a. in.
,.. 7.40 p.m.
Going Nortn, I'lsscnscr...""
Going North. Accommodation.
Going South, I,ssenKer,V,Vi;,n'
Going South, Accommodation .
Going North. rassenKer
Going souui, )
Wichita Jk Western.
8.20 a. m.
12 03 p. m.
No. 2, Mail and Express.
No. 4. Express
No. 1 Mail and Express '
No. 3, Express 2:23 n
Way Krefefct :)1
8 43 a. m.
St. Iouls A San Francisco.
...6;)) a. in.
.. 5.50 p. in.
Goins West. Passenger.
Going West, Passenger.
Going West, treignt.
Going East, Passenger jj-jj";
.0 a. ni.
CrOlIlB rU4l, ra.-o."S" 1lVltl 111
Going East. Freight b! '
Going East, Freight 8Wa.ni.
i M RAI DERSON.
Attorney at-tovr. Wichita. Sedgwick county Kan,
Oftlee in Centennial lllook. yi"
J. R. SITES.
Attorney s at-lw. Ofllce In the Eagle Dlocfcovcr
Ho ey & Co's Dry.Good-, store.
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Attorneysat Liw, Wichita. Kan. 10Gtr
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Vttonicvs at Liw, No. 12.1 X. Main St.. opposite
pS Commercial ..eoUectlons n Kpec.alty.
Will practice in state andlederal courts.
A T CARPENTER.
W. E. STANLEY.
Attorneys at-Law. Wichita. Kansas.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attomev at-Law. Office first door north of U. S.
LonWS in Commercial Mock .;Kams
Special ottentiongiv to all kindf of business con
necitHi wiui uiu miiiA-Tj -... -
uattom A RUGGLES.
Attorneys .it-Law. Eagle Bloek. Wichita, Kansas.
C-RUGGLES&ROYS. ' "
Attorneys at-Law. Office over No. 13S Main street,
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attarnev-nt-Law. Will practice In all Kansas
mr Collections a specla ty. Ofllce o.er Smith &
Stover's. Douglas avenue. lelilta, Kau.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Attomev at-Law and collection agent. No. U Malu
street. Wlciuta. n-ausas
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorncy-at-Law and Ileal Estate Af-cnt. Office
opposite jianiiaiuui imw. """
H F CORN.
Attorney at-Law. Office over IS Douglas avenue.
F. P. MARTIN,
attorney at-Law. Office over Hyde Bumble's
Book store, 114 Main street, up stairs. AV Ichlta. Kau.
I M HUMPHREY.
Attorney-at Law. Woodman's Bank building, 113
a.-.coOT. -,-,. ;-"'l-,'IATT'
Attorneys at uv. Will practice in state and fed
eral courts. Ofllce in Temple block. Main street, sec
ond stairway north of post office. Wichita. Kansas.
Sn i-? . ......A110' w' ADAMS-
ADAMS & ADAMS.
AttornesatLaw. Will practice in state and fed
eral I courts. Offilc in &iKlc block. Wichita. Kansas.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorneys at-Law, Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attorney nt I-iw. Itoom No. S, U. S. Land Office
building. Wichita. Kan.
W. S. MORRIS.
Attorney at Law. Office In Temple Block. Wichita.
pas cmuiv. ' r- CAMrnELL.
Lawyers. Wichita. Kansas. Office southwast cor
ner Sliurket stivet and Douglas ave.
GEO. W. CLEMENT, JR.
Attorney at Law. Office l."l Main street. Kansas
National Stank building, Wichita, kan.
vVTm . JO H N SO N ,
HomivopathUt. General ,1'ractjce. chronic disease?.
anddLse.Ls.of females, lelephom. No. 106.
Ofllec-nnd residence oAer -Meel A bons haraware
store 117 N Slain street, Wichit.v. Kan.
Office hours, a to 10 a. ni to 1 ,k in., and at nkjht.
W. H WELLS,
PhTsician and Surseon. Offlce-Cor. 1-wrence
and Douslasaves; Elliott block, room S. Will boat
Office nlglt and day. Wichita Kansas. W
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D
Offic; 21T Kast Dounlas a e. Hesldeaco- )0 Nt i th
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
Office and residence. S11Doik1.cs avenue o f Wp.
Barnes' block. over Derby's liuplementstore, V lUilta.
W. A. M1NNICK, M. D.
DR. J. J. STONER.
HoineoonathW. Office oproslto lKVtoffice.
deuce, tl North Main street, lohita, Ka.
nR R A. GUYTON & SON.
llir.eiaiifi and Surgeons. Office Deam b'ock. opi
tc Occidental 1 hotcT. lUWcncr. WJ Water rtnvt.
corner Oak btrcet. -
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
rhvslelan and Sureem. Office and residence 4M
DcSnnm New an.l effectual trestm-nt of
Srriisni dbiue of woman a tH-oUy.
Office HT -lain street, oer Kecht A So' .store.
Wichita, Kau. Telephone at residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Physician and Surseon. Office o or Fuller & Son
J. KILTO WZLOil, M. P. " WELC;!, 31. D
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
OmoelDouK!as avenue. Wichita. Kansas, where
they may be found at all hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN.
Pl:j siclans and Surgeon?. Office on wert side of
Main street, tlrsi stairway south of -Iaoi'.lc building.
Telephone to A. D. T.
PALMER C JAY.
Physlclau and Surgeon. Office at D. G. Terrj V dras
store.DlS E:-?t Douglas avenue
1. H. MATTING LY.
Pliyid'-ian. Office over London Tailors, No. l N
L. S. ORDWAY, M. D.
IIomotcpntltNt. Office corner Douglas and Law
rence avenues, rooms 1 and 5; telephone 133.
MRS. SELINA H. MILLER.
- Homoccrathic Physician, corner P.her str-et and
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Phvslclan andu sein. Will continue his profes
sion In all Its branch nsultation fro. Office
ami residence at 151 N st- o er Weller i: Mil
ler's paint office. WW
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the Eye. Ec, V oje and
Throat, Catarrh and fitting glawes. Offlee southwest
corner Douglas and Market, up ata Ire Wichita. Kans.
J. H. TILDEN, M.D.
Special attention glren to Sargery and OraaMl
ofy. Residence-1. Market. Offlee Z J.
Will Tislt any part of the state 1 consultation or to
perform surgical operations.
D. W. Smith.
D. 9. Honglamd.
SMITH & HOUGLAND,
Dentist. .aill-.Iea- , WUftt,
McKEE &. PATTEN.
Surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted witheot pain.
Best set artificial teeth, $S.5. OKce 21T Bast Douglas
.. 1tTIAKlta Van
aveuue . .
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the postoffioe. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L DOYLE &. WILSON.
Dentists. Office over Barnes & Sou's drug store.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano. Organ and Theory, 421 North Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Tuner and Kepairer. Refer
ences Catherine Itnsell and Thomas .Shaw & Co. All
pianos tunee by the wave system the only method
that will tunc j our piano perfect and make it sound
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave order3 v. lth
Thomas hhaw & Co., music dealers. Main, street.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerly of lioston and Chicago, has opened an
ofllce In tho Ojicra Hou-e, "corner of 3Iarkct and
a. w. rush.
J. M. OILES.
RUSH & GILES.
Arcliitects and Superintendents. Ofllce in Green 4
Haj 's building, o er 125 West Douglas a e.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superintendent. Plans and specifica
tions for all elas-.es of building. Office over Hyde's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Arcliitects and Superintendents. Office in Hojs'
block. Wichita. Kan.
w. t. I'KounrooT. o. w. mkd.
Architects and Supui internments. Ofllce in I!aglc
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
Veterinary S:irKC')ii; graduato o Philadelphia Vet
erinary College of V?. Proprietor of Horses Home,
opjKislte O. A. II. buildln,'. lt, .-.t. Tulejihouu 1?.'. dW
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and tyle..
He also earrii the finest ussortment of picture
frames in the city. Uheliim a friendly call and ex
B. S. GARRISON.
Justice of the lVaee. Ofllce with Woodcock &
Dorsey. In Dorsey buiidint-.
ONE OF THE CHIEF DEFECTS OF
OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM.
When the Poor Hoy Goes Oat of School.
What Manual Training: Means Result
of Bringing: Nerves to tho FrontIn
There is not a child in tho world that ought
to try to live by his wits alone; nor one who
ought to bo compelled to live by tho work of
his hands alone. Most boys that enter our
schools have to grow up to the idea that they
are to work with their hands. It follows
that a few are to grow up to tho idea that
they need not toil at all with their hands. So
wo havo in our educational system to look
out to educate our two classes; our high casto
and low casto boys and girls. Naturally, the
one casto will despiso tho other; and the other
will pay back with hate. So, by and by, you
get your social division of laborers and cap
italists, and with it tho moral dynamito of
eternal dislike, '
Common education is not education at all,
when it has taught reading, writing and tbo
usual school curriculum. Tho poor boy goes
out of tho schoolhouso, and he must livo
thereafter by means of that part that is not
educated his hands. He cannot use the
education, or what you havo given him for
education, at all; or if at all, so little that
it chafes at him at his dail3" toil. His edu
cated brain ii angry. He is obliged to como
down to an uneducated part of his body for
life's living. Is tho rich boy any better ofT?
Ho goes out not compelled to toil with his
hands; but what can his brain do alone? Tho
poor skull full of protoplasm is driven to take
up witli a profession, or to dabblo in some
sort of speculation.
But does manual training not mean that
tho boy or girl educated to uso tools must be
como a mechanic? Of the graduates of tho
admirablo school connected with "Washington
university at tho last commencement, "one in
tends to bo a physician, another a dentist, an
other a lawyor. Somo half dozen expect n
commercial pursuit; two will raise stock or
become farmers; several hopo to beedmo en
gineers; three aspire to be architects; four or
fivo will woi k for a w hile in machino shops,
while fifteen or moro intend to make a higher
course of study, either at tho university or
NO DODGING THE FACT.
"A boy who sees nothing in manual labor
but brute force despises both tho labor and
tho laborer." Thcro is no dodging tho fact
that our "educated classes" ucspiso labor.
Yoa cannot get around it. For a college
graduate to becomo a manual laborer is con
sidered coming down. Until very recently
tho crowd from our colleges went nowhero
but into tho professions. Slowly this is
changing, but there is still tho prejudico and
tho sharp division. Manual labor schools
havo it for their mission to break tip this mis
understanding. Tho best brains are finding
it advantageous also to havo tha best hands.
Our hVes under the stress of tho older cdu
tation brought the nerves to tho front. Tho
ain ran away with us. The tendency .as
een to absorb r.Il tho vitality in that one
crgan. Our hair falls out with our teth.
Our 03 es arc failing and our sense of smelJ.
Our endurance is not equal to that of our
fathers. Athletics have dono something
toward comjwnsative readjustment. Bus it
is necessary that our school system shall bo
w holly remodeled. We must not only ha e
physiology and hygiene taught, but mut
have it practiced in body culture.
Education, instead of undermining health
should create health and character. It i
absurd to say yoa havo taught or trained a
boy when you Lavo only-half killed him
"What luve you educateil' The turkey ;.
stuffed, let us lall him outright. 2o child
should be m fined to a book over oao hour
consecutively in a da-. Play houId be &
pait of tho enforced curriculum. But how
admirably manual training supplements cj
complements brain training. Let them go
from tho thop to their books and back again
trip Tnr.crGn the shops.
Lts us look a little more into detail. Lei
us enter Professor Woodward's school shops
if you prefer to call it. The carpenter shop
all sorts of saws, squares, bevels, gauges
hammers, mallets, rules, -planes, chisels, bits,
hatchets. Tbo most beautiful thing here i
order all the tools in good condition "and ir.
their ouii places. I hardly ever saw a study
where the brain ruled alone, that was de
cently kept. Scholars are proverbial! lack
ing in tidines.". I am afraid, professor, these
boys will never bo literary, they are too or
derly. Woodtuming not so many tools;
but system ns before. My boy Fritz can
scarcely contain himself; if this be study, if
this bo school, Low delightful ! The horror of
two thinss brood, over the ordinary school
sneiicn anu primness, x wasted ten years in
school because these nightmares were insuffer
able. But I was fortunately puny. Fritz is
a great, rugged and awfully active piece of
machinery. "If you wish to keep hat watch
in good order, sir, you must not let it run
down." Juat so, Fritz will be spoiled if you
The forge. Ah, here we come to life!
Strike while the iron is hot! Be alive, boys!
How their eyes sparkle, like the sparks from
the blows. Mrs. Lillypaugh, your son here
will surely get his hands soiled, but, my
glory! what hands he will have. Such a
tender love in them! and such a grip of truth!
You will be glad by and by to feel his grand
arm around you in your old age. I hate a
musty little boy, done up in Pond's extract,
id not able to carry his Latin dictionary.
The machine shop lathes, planes, drill and
what is all the time touching the boy's imag
ination, power. Everything great is con
summated and summed up in a steam engine.
Howl should like to resurrect Adam! I
mean that Adam who first took a stone and
fixed a handle to it to break and pound -with.
I would like to have him como in hero with
me and see what his first ynmer, made 100,
000 years ago, has come to what is going to
como to can you guess? "E. P. P." in
lie Broke Up the Flirtation.
A husband v ho was apprised of his wife's
flirtation with the handsome basso of a comic
opera company at Long Branch, wired her
that he would run down from Nov, York and
arrive at Long Branch at G:47. Instead ho
arrived early in tho afternoon and saw her
drive off in tho family equipage with the
basso. He followed in a hired cab for a lonji
distance, then called to his own driver, who
halted. Stepping out of his hired equipage
he sent it back, forced tho basso to mount the
box by the coachman, stepped in and sat by
his wife, and then had tho coachman drive
very slowly by in full view of tho hotel. The
flirtation was completely broken up. New
The Ghost ami the Ileal.
After the ghost scene in a recent perform
ance of "Hamlet' in London, Mr. Wilson
Barrett went to the private box of the Princo
of "Wales to" pay his respect, and found, be
sides tho heir to the English throne, a modest
man sitting in a corner. "Allow me," said
his royal higLncss, '"to present to tho fictitious
princo of Denmark this real princo of Den
markmy brother-in-law." Chicago Herald
CUSTOMS AT A HANGING.
Tho Forms Observed When tho Law
Takes a Man's ifo at tho Tombs.
A great many customs surround a hanging
in New York. They havo been modified by
Law, which allows only tho sheriff and assist
ants, twenty deputy sheriffs, a sheriff's jury,
tho judges of tho higher courts, tho district
attorney, tho doctors and tho hangman to bo
present. It is customary for tho sheriff to
present the man to bo hanged, when ho is
poor, with a black suit to bo hanged in. Tho
care of the city for his burial goes no further
than to see ho gets to Potter's field.
Formerly tho coroner could bring a party
of his friends as jurors, and tho sheriff gava
out cards of invitation as ho would tan balL
That has boan stopped, and Sheriff Grant
keeps tho number of spectators down to tho
lowest legal number. The reporters acted as
both sheriffs and coroner's jury at Chacon's
hanging. Tho hanging is set down for as
early an hour as possible in tho morning to
avoid a crowd. The sheriff and his deputies,
dressed in mourning, gather at tho sheriff's
offico and march to tho Tombs. Each bears
his staff of office. At the hanging they take
off their hats as soons as tho weights fall, and
put them on when the body is cut down.
In a caso on the walls in tho sheriff's office
are a score of staves and two swords. Tho
tfaves havo been present at every hanging
since a time that no employe in tho office can
recall. They are about thirty inches long;,
and are made of dark hard wood. TIw mid
dle i3 covered with thin, dark velvet. On
each end is a brass tip shaped like an Indian
arrowhead. Tho sheriff's staff has a crutch
at one end instead of a dart, and tho under
sheriff's has a crook. Tho two swords havo
not been taken to a hanging for a long time.
No matter where in the state a hanging may
be tho staves are sent for and tho sheriff's
nen carry them. They would as soon think
f trying to havo a hanging without a ropo
s without their staves. They are a relic of
volonial days, when a hanging would draw as
rgo an assemblago as a circus, mid tho
officers who had charge of it appeared poni'
pously in their official robes.
The samo gallows, rope, noose, and weights
are used time after timo'until they are lost or
wtfar out. The gallows now in uso is about
four years old. The uprights are about fivo
inches square and fifteen feet. high. Tho cross
piece is tho same size. Tho construction i3
simple, and it is easy to take tho gallows
apart and put it aw ay. Tho only trace left
on tho gallows by a hanging is tho mark of
the axo where it cuts through tho ropo that
keeps the weight from falling. New York
STORY OF A NOTABLE DINNER.
Congressmen, Corresiioiitlents) anil Cabi
net Oillcers Daniel Webster's 1'octry.
John Barney, who represented Baltimore
in congress from 1825 to 1S20, afterward passed
much of each session nt Washington, and
was a favorite "old beau" with the ladies for
many veal's. Many amusing stories are told
about him, among them one of a notablo din
ner which he jave i.i ISoO, soon after tho pass
age of tho compromise bill. He invited about
thirty congnrssnsen and half a dozen corre
spondents to dine at a restaurant on Pennsyl
vania avenue, and then ho orderal a dinner
for twelve or fifteen guests, but the whole
three dozen came. The hour was C, and the
guests began to get very hungry and very
Finally, about 9 o'clock, the door of the din
ing room was opened and the first third of
the guests who entered took seats, while tho
rest looked on in amazement. Merriment then
took the place of anger. Cabinet ministers
stood up and waited on foreign ministers, and
United States senators in great glee discharged"
tho duties of Scipio and Sambo. A few
grains of champagne let loosa the tongues of
all ''honorable'' gentlemen, and the dinner
was long and plcannt, and never was a luij.
pier evening passed than was this after alL
The incident of the evening, or night rather,
was betwe-n Mr. Webster, then secretary of
state, and Mr. Fcote, then senator from Mis
sissippi Tho dii.ner was ostensibly gnvn to
Senator Foote, then governor-elect of Missis
sippi, and on the eve of leavingWashington to
discharge the duties of governor in Jackson,
Miss. Mr. Webster was commissioned to de
liver the new governor, Foote, an address.
The orator took the head of the table, and be
gan in doggerel, tho most charming, captivat
ing, b-wildering doggerel, with sparkles of
pure poetry in it, that bubble.! v.p and out rs
if from a Milton or a Byron, .irul tho ryth
mical doggerel and sparkHng poetry ran cu
from him, it may have been a full half hour,
it may have been moro. Hero was Daniel
Webster in-a new character, a rhyme builder,
a poet, a doggerel manufacturer. Everybody
was astomhed, tickled, delighted, arnazed.
astounded. The plaudits were vociferous
and the great Daniel would seizo hold c
than, and other temporary .'nddents, and
weave them into his rhythm. The worli
would have, if it could only get it, the richest
sort of an intellectual treat in all that sym
posium; but Barney had no reporter Ida
under the table, and, alas, all is gone. Bon:
Iun tjeo-gc, of Greece, lias nearly flrnshed
a splendid palace at Copenhagen, and has
caved enough incney to giv3 him a life in
come of 512.7,003 a year, independent cf any
public position. And now he is only waiting
Tor a good crn9 to abdicate and retire po
moncntlv frcca tbo king bosines-. Foreign
Lots in McOoriics addition are now -sale. This property
in first hands, lies near the street railway, and is convenient to
schools and churches. There is nothing better in the market.
Four lots on North Topeka avenue at $100, less than market
Twenty lots in Orme & Phillips audition at a special bargain.
Lots of almost every dimension on College Hill. The material is
ordered for street railway to that suburb. This property will
double in value.
Acres in all directions, suitable for subdividing.
House and lot on South Market street, rented for $10. Price
Business lot on North Main street, very cheap at $5,600.
Lot centrally located on Douglas avenue, $12,500.
Fifty ft on Lawrence near Douglas avenue, $12000, very cheap.
Fine business lot on Main street between First and Second, old
building rented at $50 per month. $12,500.
Large lot and six new houses on South Emporia ave. all under
rent; pays a good interest on the investment. $10,000.
112 1-2 feet on South Emporia ave. near Douglas. Two good
houses, rented at $20 each, east front. Price $10,000.
8 lots in Orme & Philips' addiiton, will sell for ten days at
10 lots in Eichland addition, $150 each, must be sold this week.
19 lots in Chatauqua addition, $175 each.
Lots in Maple Grove addition east of the city. These lots are
selling rapidly at popular prices.
THE BEST OK ALL.
I have the exclusive sale of a sub-division of the Moser Home
stead on College HilL These are certainly the best lots in the mar
ket for parties intending to build. Prices range from $1600 to
$2,000 each, part-time. Call early and make a selection.
Farms and vacant lands in all parts of the county.
Abstracts of title furnished free of charge.
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
Having removed onetime stock: of Wall Paper, Window Shad.
Paints, Glass and brtishes to No. 151 N. Main st. we are now pre
pared to fill all orders and execute all work entrusted to us nearly
and satisfactorily. We employ none but the best wormen and all
worlds under our direct supervision.
special attention given to ail
PHILLIPS - & - CRANE. -
FoarciTicK box so. :
JOHN C. HALL & CO.
INSURANCE :-: AGENTS
218 DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, KAN.
Only the best companies represented. Lof- iuljUAttsl and paid at t? office. Prompt and aarvf-1
attention to all buslm entrusteJ to cu. IIU In kurroandtiiK country and towus accrptd.
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY
FINE CRACKERS and PURE CANDIES.
418 and 420 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Wicia City Roller
-Manufacture the Follow
IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy;
X. L C. R., Fancy.
These brands have been on the market enst. mst. n rth r.nd nouth for ten rr. and they ha- an
itiviable reputation wherever Introduced. To try Mini U tontajr with them. WeorealwMjs iu the ia--t
heat at highest cash price.
OLIVER, IMBODEN & CO.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gas Works
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS.
OFFICE K-W COR. 5TO and MARKET STS. ST. LOUIS. VAirUITA 1iU
OKFICK N-W COK MAIN and DOUGLAS AVE.VUE. WIUM I I A, KAN.
C. O. DAVIDSOX. Preeldenl. R. S. CATF-3. Examiner.
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $60,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in the
OFFICE WITH CITIZENS BANK. Northwest j
Corner Main Street and DoukIo Arennn. j
B. D. ALLEN. Notary Tuhllc.
ALLEN, GRAHAM I CO.,
(Surcvas'int to Trichlta Ijiuil and Loan Company.)
Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur
ance and Make Collections.
TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTSr
piOOMivnMS.an.I5r.os.n;SouFo.t, WICHITA, ivAS.
0. B. STOCKER,
Mantels, E I Fire Clay,
Grates, R S Fire Brick,
MARBLE- DUST, : WHITE SAXI,: LATH
" t Lime, Hair, Ne York and Michigan Plaster.
Louisville and Portland Cement.
r'ARDandOrnCK On '.Vatrr Stro-t. Wf-'fta
and i-irM strrrt.
Moneyed Men Read This !
We are seihng lots n Carey Pa at the extreme ?0vpfcr of $225, $-.-275
and $300 each, the latter ac corners The above prcn snekxie J
walks all laid Terms eaiv It has bee
and $500 per lot. It is not so Evy Sot Ca;ey Part &" "
spring. Remember ihaiCaey ParV. is from 72 to K feet higher tfca D-.-jjj
las avenue. Street cars ryn the entire length of Caey P-trV ou e -. ?
to call and see a plot of C&tey Pari and get full particular
B. 0. and L. B. COLE.
329 Douglas avenue, Opposite Manhattan Hotel. is ?
Will deliver ICE to
Order try mail or give orders
Jonas or ancy lass ana sign
MILLER & WELLER.
151 North Main Street.
Main 149S-. WICHITA, Kan.
Mi anil Elevator.
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Ins Celebrated Itraads-
H. W. OItAS. Vice lTi Xafthua, K.
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GLOBE -:- IRON -:- WORKS,
Founders and M2chimsts
STEA?1 ENGINES AND BO'lEPS
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Inn doa on -!xn 'KK au f"ilo gauu--'.
A. KLACG, Jri-.lor
reported that urn gt'"ff - v
any pan of the City.
to driver3 of our.wac