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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

Kans. Historical Society! YOL. XH, NO. 139. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MOHNING APRIL 27, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 1849 Sir I V N' i i it ' TSE EUETOtf CAB WOBKS. ONE OP THE LABGEST PLANTS OF THE KIND IN THE WEST, One Hundred and Sixty Men Employed Pay Boll Over Eight Thousand Dol lars Per Month-An Increase of Orders, and Soon Force to be Increased. MONG the leading manufacturing es tablishments in the west may be men tioned the Burton Stock Car company, p; with extensive plant 11 7vm tue north part of the city. It is one of Wichita's industries which advertises the city far and wide. y The solid trains of 0, K, Burton stock cars go- , inK in every direction. Sjl rn pvfrv rnnd frnm ry, j ' i lantic. and from the to the Great with the name a. 7 of the city in which -tbe cars were manu factured to be seen in bold letters, may give some idea abroad of the importance of the young commercial center of the great southwest, and in this Tvaydft, silently but effectually, considera-! bio good for the cit...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

ip - II Vj o p WLitlxiiu gaily agle: jfcmcfag ptarahig, pril 27, 1890. ELL AX ENJOYABLE GATHERING KING3IAN. AT Celebration of Hie Seventy-First Anniversary of American Odd Fellowship. A Eoyal Reception Accorded the Visiting Lodges and Cantons Prom Neigh boring Cities. An Address of "Welcome and Befitting Ee Eponses Appropriate Exercises Hark the Occasion "Wichita Oantou Gives a Fine Drill Cele bration of the Day at Other Points, Special dispatch to the Daily Eagle. Kdtgmax, Ivan., April 26. The Odd fellows anniversary -celebration here to flay was a great success. Fully 5,000 people and Odd Fellows join td in the exercises. The Daughters of Kebekah of Kingman spread a grand feast or tho visiting lodge. A grand street pa fade was led by Wichita'Canton, command ed by Captain It. A. Spears. After dinner lha Canton gave au exhibition drill on Ihe stage of Grand opera house where a large audience had assembled to hear the exercises and speeches. The opera house was filled to its utmost c...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

T S if5ti-- v. A -w SE TVA" JVS'3?,cv5i8yg F3'-0 ' Si ?.- ?; j. - gfee UEicWta Swig fgagle: Jtatitfeg pluming, gqxril 27, 1890. a f?. sr. '0 ' 1( i. n HNAHCEAND COMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-60 cattle, 814 hogs and for the week just closed 2,221 cattle and 6,025 hogs, a gain of 722 cattle and 297 hogs over the previous week. There was a scarcity of good to choice butcher grades of cows and heifers, which were in active" demand at strong prices. There was a large business done in stockersand feeders. Only a few shipping cattle on the mar ket. Prices ruled much the same as it has all week, except on poorer grades which are weaker. Choice grades of butcher cattle in demand at firm prices. The hog receipts for the week the largest in the history of the yards, be ing an average of 1,004 a day. The market was much the same as yester day, everything selling at $3.97 1-2 and closed steady. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita. Kan April...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

-- - 's h, in fl 4 ft Jgfee Writifei Jpailu gagfe: Jfotttfeg iktormwa, pral 27, 1890. M 'A. V 3f. 3f. MTKDOCK, Editor. COMMERCE AND MANUFACTURES GO TOGETHER. Wichita the Commercial Metropolis and the Manufacturing' City of Kansas. Tha Eagle has, of late, illustrated and written up a number of manufacturing concerns of this city, fifteen or twenty in all, which work has gone far in con vincing the people of this and of other states of the present importance of Wichita as a manufacturing center. While some of these institutions have been very important, there are many just as important which have not yet been alluded to. This morning we have the pleasure of laying before our readers one of the largest and most important manufacturing concerns in the west, the extensive works of the Burton Stock Car company. The state commissioner of industrial statistics for Kansas, the Hon. Frank H. Betton, in his fifth annual report, which has jusc been issued, gives Wichita seventy-nine manufacturi...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

siF WJJs fTS' 3pte Widxitx gaily gaole: j&wtTatj fIjamw& pril 27, 1890. $- 1 ; a 1? r i i HI m j M.M.Munnocrc, I K.P.Mctidock. Editor. I Busines-j Manager. M. It MUED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pcrtalnlnc to tho business of the print lug department or bindery, or " for advertlslntr should be addressed to the biisincss manager; all other communications to tlio editor. Tho only dallv paper In Southwestern Kansas or tho Arkansas Valley receiving both the day and night Associate Press Reports In f ulL TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION' DAILY EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one copy one year 8 00 Dally, one copy. Fix months- i 00 Daily, one copy, three months 2 Of) Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days delred, per yr... 4 03 Three times a week, any days dslrod, six mo... 2 o0 Sunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, one year.... 2 00 Sunday Edition, 10 pages, one copy, six months. 1 25 WEEKLT EAGLE. One copy, one year $ l 00 One copy, six ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

---w;F'f'SfTi w3f-r-,W::''-J!i!pww"y3 &v Site WLkUtK $aili fagle: mtclag gaming, gqpril 27, 189f0. 6 flRS)' rA .Jlr srvr c awa sm- 1 ! 7J VI WW,,V 4KA js&P For the Eagle. MIDNIGHT. When the slow rain drips, And the finger tips Of some ghost seem to touch each door, When a death watch ticks, And the night winds tricks Are as stealthy bteps on the floor When the leaden weight, Seems to suffocate, Of the night with its dripping rain, Full of weird sound, Like some creature bound, That is crying aloud with pain. Then my heart beats low, As the rain drips slow, For the velvet dark is a thrill, Eyrie voices call, Softly over all, Spirit tones from the years long still. Back the veil is thrown From the great unknown; Li the soul s wonderland I see; 'Tis too wide for hate, Love kneels near the gate, And the sunlight falls eternally. And from out of space, Grows your wistful face, "With the marvelous eyes so rare; And my heart knows thine, By a law divine, For a master hand has place...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

raSSSISSSn ?TsySiSr'Wm ""f i 11 EOTTENXESS IN KEW YOEK'S MUNICIPAL AFFAIES. iuge Snms Paid Tammany's Leader by Grant When lie Held the Shrievalty. An Unsuccessful Attempt "by the Organi zation to Have Grant Made Com missioner of Public "Works. One Hundred and Eighty Thousand Dollars Eaised for the PurposeSensational Testimony by the Brother-in-Law of King Croker Suicide at Garden City The Record of Crimes. WEATHER BULLETIN. Sign-al Office, Wiciiita, Kan., April 20. The highest temperature was 49, the lowest up to 7 p. m. 42s , and the mean 40, with cold, raw, cloudy weather, fresh north winds and rising barometer. Rainfall since January 1 is 6.2G inches; last year it was 8.98 inches during the same time. Last year on April 20, the highest tem perature was 76, the lowest 50, and the mean 06. Fhed L. Jonxsox, Observer. War Department, "Washington, D. C, April 20, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8. p. m. Sunday: For Kansas Fair, warmer, variable winds, becoming southerly. SEHSATI01TAL CHARGES. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

'vjtsvr' ?ffgse!!35S r-'tf 8 Jpe fttu&ifct 3p"ttg fpagde: Jfcmtag ptamhig, &pril 27, 1890. ICES QUOTED In the City of "Wichita can equal those made by the Popular i Ty-" - " WE HA."VE I Times are Hard, That is the Cry. "We Make Them Easy for You. We Give You Jxist as Good Goods for Half tlie Money as When Times were Flush. PANTS, PANTS. PANTS. This week we will put on sale the following lots of pants at prices which surpass anything ever before offered to the public: LOT 1. A good, heavy, cotton working pants, worth 1.50, at 66c LOT 2. A better one, worth 1.75, at 73c. LOT 3. An extra good worsted pants, well worth 2.00, at 98c. LOT 4 A neat dress pants, different colors, worth 2.50, at 1.39. LOT 5y An all wool worsted pants, plain or striped, worth 3.50, at 1.96. LOT 6. A strictly all wool cheviot in different colors, in stripes or plaids, worth 4.00, at 2.43. LOT 7. An elegant cassimere pants, plain, striped or plaids, retail all over for 5.00, at 2.97. These are great bar...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

KfSSJPVrWS ir' " 4 tt WXthm &X gagK JhtttiSg Itatiwg, gi-il 27, IB. v - -- i ' V s N IS If ItA ttv? 111 ill A CHAPTER I. LITTLE iOSSY. "Praise kingdomP lated. Glory-Ann ejacti- Miss Thome, or, more familiarly, Miss Elvira, a gentle, faded beauty, attired according to the height of the style in the year of grace eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, was going, this warm May morning, "up to town," as they said on the plantations around Tallahassee in the days before the war; and the entire domestic retinue of Thorne Hill were as sembled to speed her departure. 'Her brother, the colonel, had pieceded her on horseback, for he was a man of too many inches to endure a carriage in a anve oi nine long nines, it may navo been because of these extra inches that he was called colonel, but his world ac- snowledged the title wil hout inquiry, The colonel's only daughter, Miss "Win- 1 a motherless lass of eleven, was ed this day to bo left at home in of Glory-Ann, the old family whose name Miss W...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

' E """i V-'fiSii1' iiSg; - y . -lm? 3jfee Wxcbxbx gaily gagle: utfaj pforuittg, pril 27. WTfTn''TlfMrTr7l I ll' 'n III llli "llll MH it j Itf j till 1 I a I III i1 ,rL'ffi';ilTgiwaMMSgliacgaSMMfiBIiaK - 14... "taihg fcflnts wid me in case o""need.' Old Gilbert drew from his pocket a long black ping of tobacco, which he looked ntaSectianataiy. "J33t?s"vnrthall-o' two bita, haguti, and.Eigh.ed; trofcdis nigger is a cnircb member in full standin', en I ain' gwan tell no lie, lessen eatan git toe. He laid aside the harness he was patch ing, and went out into the grove, where, after assuring himself that there was no one to see him, he shut his eyes, whirled around and threw the tobacco as far as lie could send it. ""Sow," hesaid, " I'm plum out, I kin. ax fur pass ter go ter Eden. Hit's my bounden duty ter look ntter dat boy." The pass was readily granted, and RrbUe yet the sun was high in the sky old Gilbert set forth, attired in his glory, with the shadow of the cherished um brella o...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

-sNW. -. - -.-?- , . ,; .. - , s - 1 3$x tEixMia Ipailxj ftaglc: Jwtulaxj lorttrog, rit 27, 1890 ir "MB. B. KYE GOES TO SEA. AFTER HAVING ATTENDED A CHINESE THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE, Tho Vojase Rendered Zsterestfiic by the , Presence of a Storm', a Practical Joker and a .School of Whales Tho Sturgeon's Peculiarities. Copyright, 1890, by Edgar W. Nye. At Marysville, Cal., I attended tho Chinese theatre. I did not enjoy it very much. Tho building was quite plain on the Inside, the seats having been volup tuously fashioned from fence boards. The play itself I judged -was one of love and crime. Especially crime. Three Tactors and two actresses, all of the same ' sex, however, took part in the play. The Chinese language is very difficult for mo to understand unless I pay very close at tention. Once I was obliged to tell tho comedian to speak a little louder. IN THE CniESE THEATRE. 'There are several thousand characters in the Chinese. They have almost every kind of character except what is...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 April 1890

!5!!s!&&!!!SE 12 g&e WixtVai ailxj Iptgle; j&rofiag framing, Spril 27, 1830. tfRACE IN YOUii DKAPIUG. IN ACQUIRING IT, LADIES, YOU SCORE A MOST IMPORTANT POINT. The Most Expensive Garment III Wore Most Succumb to tha Charm of the Tastefully Disposed Though. Perhaps DXucli Less Pretentious Wrap. Copyright, 1S00. On first presentation the statement that thero is a right and wrong way for a woman to put on her outside wraps aems scarcely tenable. A little reflec tion, and, better still, a short period of observation, will soon disabuse the mind of such skepticism. One of the pathetic sights of a shopping trip to some people is that of an inex perienced woman buying a wrap. She finds a garment among the many offered adiich in style, general finish and price is what she wants; then comes the ques tion of its becomingmess and adaptation. The "trier on" gets into it and poses for inspection. TWO WAYS OP -WEARING A LIGHT STREET WRAP. It fits perfectly; if it is fringed or la...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 April 1890

Kans. Historical Society 1 YOL. Xn, NO. 140. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOKNING APRIL 29, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1850. ! i :! THE PLAINS AND MOUNTAINS. rh Puture of the Interior Belt of the Continent. "WIDE spread im pression exists that all that portion of the "United States com posing the most of Nebraska, half of Kansas, the most of the Indian territory, quite half of the great state of Texas, all of I No Man's land, in cluding Arizona and all of New Mexico, and much of the country in the moun tain locked lands of the west, is a region so arid as. so barren, lit so like a desert, that 'Wit never can become Jiof any special value. lliM'Were'it true that sci- Wence had already at tained the acme of human research, then indeed mfoht intelli gent men sit down and rest contented with the thought, that the infinite, or the laws of nature, had fated this, with other broad areas of our physical world, to be a waste, a desert. To reach such a conclusion is to affirm the proposition, that the agenc...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 April 1890

-tssssrssstK3irsssa?T3!BJfest-i C 3gfee tHIKctota gaily gagl: Qutsit-aq atuing, &pul 29, 1890. I DELATVAllE'S OLD-TIME PUNISH MENT ADMMISTEBED. Three Horse Thieves Whipped Be fore a Large Crowd at Georgetown, Perpetual Disfranchisement the Most Severe Part of the Penalty The Culprits "Well Connected. Leavenworth Excited by the Eumor that Benson Has Been Captured in the Territory The Only Missing Portion of Mrs. Mettman's Body How Uncovered The Criminal Record. WEATHE& BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., April 28. The highest temperature -was 76, i he lowest tip to 7 p. m. 44 , and the mean 60, with warmer, cloudless weather, fol lowed at night by partly cloudy weather and a slijrht fall in pressure, fresh south west -winds. Last year on April 28, the highest tem perature was CO, the lowest 43, and the imean 57. Fred L. Johnson; Observer. War Depaetment, Washington, D. C, April 28, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8. p. m. Tuesday: For Missouri Fair, slightly warmer, Southerly wind...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 April 1890

f-vt Jgfce WLiflixtet niln gagl: ltestlag gaming, Qpnl 29, 1890, $ I ', FJNAKCEANL .1? ni WICHITA HAKKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 48 hours-185 cattle, 1,162 hog a. Shipments 175 cattle. There was not enough good cow stock on the market to supply the demand. There were some good outcher and shipping steers which sold well. The market was steady to strong on good to choice grades. The hog receipts were the largest ever on the market Monday. Market opened steady at Saturdaj's closing prices and closed 2 l-2c lower. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEEET. Wichita, Kan.. April 23. CATTLE. Recprs 1S5. shipment ITS, There was a very falrMinipli in sh.ppmg and batcher steers and an found rwut sale at good values Good butcher lows and heifers weie in light supply, in fact there n as not enough to supply the actual demana. ine market was strong on good to choice cattle, cmcagc with U.OU) on sale reported market steady. Kansas City with 4500 on saleclo-ed strong. This market cl...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 April 1890

mMWi v--i. "-"iF -"- iSSRlR? ? A I k&2&$e&3SS8X& w Vi 9"?? x 3ghe tH&icMta Jpailtj gaglc: luesdaaj fjfomhift gtyril 29, 1890. M. M. MtnDOCK. Editor. "You can't Mil Leavenworth," defiant ly exclaims the Sun. "We doubt it, also, and believe the Times will deny the mild insinuation, too. The Chicago police seem to have a penchant for undertaking the impossible. They are now engaged in suppressing cigarette smoking by boys upon the Etreets of that city. Foreign countries are becoming so dis gusted with American cotton-seed lard that there is danger that these countries -will shut out all American lard. "What does congress propose to do with the Butterworth bill? Oregon has the next state election, which is to be in June. The governor and stite officers are to be elected, all of whom are Republicans except the gov ernor. A United States senator is also involved. Human hair was put on the free list in McKinley's bill for the especial benefit of the "bald heads. "Ex. Ye...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 April 1890

spBErg tngi'B&itrfr'&rw pKWWCws S&e Sidnia grrilij gagfe: f uesttatj frraua;, ril 29, 1890. '! i h & r 9 M. M. MuRDoriv, I K. p. jrcitDorrc, Editor. I Business Jlauascr. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertaining to the business of the print Ing department or bindery, or for advertising fchoald bo addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the euttor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or me Arkansas auey receiving Dotn uie tiay ana night Associate Press Reports In full. TEK5JS OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pally, ono copy one year $8 03 Daily, one copy, sis months. 4 OH Dally, one copy, three months 2 00 Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r. .. 4 00 Three times a week, any days desired, six ino... 2 .10 Sunday Edition, 1G pages, one copy, one year. ... 2 (X) Sunday Edition, 1C pages, one copy, tix months. 1 25 AY EEKLY EAGLE. One copy, one ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 April 1890

fjSSSS 6 gfee tHUicMta tofcj gatgle: licsflag Jpttaniittg, &pril 29, 1890. i u i , -n WICHITA CHILDEENS HOME Continued from Paso Five. lay at full length in his soft white crib he was a perfect picture of health and inno cence. He is the light of the home and none of the inmates can bear the thought of parting with him. The next is a little fellow aged six months. He was lying in a crib, having just awakened, with a bot tle clutched in his right hand and paying particular attention to its contents. He was verv good natured find was willing to shake hands with his left hand but noth ing would induce him to relinquish the bottle. He seemed to have an idea that that bottle was necessary to his comfort nnd hanpiness and he did not propose to be interfered with in the pursuit of that hap piness. The other is a little babe of less than three months who looks about in a manner that indicates that he is at peace with all the mankind. Ho has just dis covered that he has hands and feet an...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 April 1890

Syii?T5e!!!JK9 -'5a?l?re , v qfUy?f. jflBg.-qt, ijj- g. gfce WLichxiK gjaftg gagfe: gsflag ptaracj, pnl 2y, 1890. 7 4 HOPE. Alas, xiS my years IinTO Qr&dln a fancy That some day -would coma unto me An angel -tvboM brash off the shadc-n-3 and eost rows. And -whisper "Xowi live and be free!" And bo I have trailed and laughed the time over, And ItTed for the sweet coming day. And looked lor the dawning with heart tuned ta gladness, When shadows should all fade away. I fancied a future whea others should lore me, And carry my burdens along, When loving should fill all the hours with gladness, And sighing be Hushed with a song. Alas, tbo I cee that the pleasures of hoping Are born of a fanciful brain, I see that the waiting and longinglend rapture Of pleasures we neTer can gain. And Q, I am sorry my heart has been waken'd From out of the dreaming to be. I would that my Borrow were only the waiting For dawning to hasten to m For hope is like dew on the blossom of morning, The blush of...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 April 1890

FiSStiK 'A ? '' Txe idxxfa gailxj lgle: Ixt&stfoxj $xxm, pril 29, 1890. Absolutely PureBj This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, trensrpi and wholesoieenesi. More economical toan the ordinary kinds and cannot bo sold in com jietitioti -with the multitude of low test, short weight iilnxn or phosphate ponders. Sold only in can!.. Koyal liaklns Powdei Co.. 100 Wall St. X. Y. kU. THE LATEST STYLES TRADE UARX 14.9 X. NAIX ST., WICHXTjL. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Eaeh. 7"S f COMBINATION I'M OUT. nilAXi ESTATE. (Furnished by tlie Deam Abstract Co.) The following transfers of real estate tvere filed for record in the office of the register of deeds yesterday: E Cone sfieriff to Claud Z Bryan lot 7 blk 7 Parkville add S 50 R O Sidles to Mrs Phoebe W Mar shalling J0-2C-3w 1360 Irene Jones to George B Jones lot GO Pattie ave Hydes add 500 J D Woods to Anion Boerring w-y lot :5 Pearce and Vantilburghs add". 2500 J D Woods to Anion Boerring lot CO and 02 Crace ave Rive...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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