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

VOL. X1U, N0.12. WICHITA, EATSAS, SDlSTDtAT MORISTISTG TUNE 1, 1890.-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE BTO. 1S79. I WHICH CAN PUTED. NOT BE DIS- HAT one sees they must believe. The stranger reaching Wichita, be he from either of the four points of the com pass, has invaria bly heard some misrepresents t i o n of the city, which, when he himself beholds it, melts away as mist be lore the morning sun, and he stands bewildered in a city built as if by magic, whose towering "busi ness blocks, stately public buildings, mag nificent private residences, wide and hand somely paved avennes, mark, beyond dis pute, that here abideth not only the fit ting words chosen as the motto of our board of trade, "Harmony, Unity, Strength, Success," but the substantial evidences that each word has found its full fruition through the tireless energies of those who planned to consummate, and rested not until looking o'er all he read the Word, "Metropolis." "When one writes of a city it should be to give facts, that thos...

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. — 1 June 1890

E?2!9WS,;is$RkSE"' Jxc WftiMte Siaxts IP tifeioiMg.gMtie X, 1890. 2 i. ""&K-Mr4n:i NOTABLE REUS. DIPOETAKT DECISIONS OF THE SUrEEME COUET. The Recent Term Ecplctc With Cases AYiiose Outcome Awakens Interest. Interstate Commerce Decisions Very ITum- erous and Important A Eeview of the "Work Done, OKLAHOMA OUTLINES. A Pavorable Eeport on the Bill for Eelief of the Pirst Kansas Colored Volunteers Eecent General Land Office Decis ionsSenator Carlisle Criti cised the Grain "Ware house Scheme Items. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Offick, "Wichita, Kan., May 31. The highest temperature was 7G, the lowest up to 7 p.m. 50. and the mean OS - with .07 inch of rain during the early morning, and a trace during the fore noon followed by warmer, clearing weath er, with rising barometer and fresh to light northerly winds. Last year on May 31, the highest tem perature was 70, the lowest 40", and the mean 5S, Feed L. Johnson, Observer. "War Department, Washington, D. C, May 31, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8...

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. — 1 June 1890

F Jifcg !?; is miS VSfKW! ItetSEictefo 1, 1890. WICHITA IttAKKETS. Receipts of live stock; Jat the Union Stock yards for 24 hours 595 cattle; 1,190 hogs, and for the eek just closed 2,318 cattle, 7,813 bogs and for May, 1890. 0,309 cattle, 3Q ,.132 hogs, a gain over last month of ffc,263 cattle and 13.195 hogs. The cat tile market today was about steady, and everything on sale -wont over the so all 9 at very good figures. The close s as steady. The hog market throughc ut the day was much the same as yesti erday, the ruling price being $3.65 on car loads. The market shows a dec!! 5ne of 5 cents from top price of the v. reek, but closes 2 1-2 cents higher thai i last Saturday. The quality averaged j rood. The mar ket closed steady. WICHITA LIVE STQi k MARKET. Wicn ata. Kan.. May 31. CATTLE. Receipts 559: shipments 577. Amoncthe receipts were 13 -cars of Panhandlo Fleers which were unloaded at f. 'e yards for feed, xvaterand rest, and were shlppet I ont Into tills eyen Inff. Tho oiTerl...

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. — 1 June 1890

A kcWLidtil?t JP&xIb gagljc: Jforaffag IPtfrttitrrj, xmt lf 1890 j. T. M. MfltDOCK. Trtifor. Dr. Krohn says the equivalent of aenos tic is ignoramus. The Leavenworth 1 imes thinks there are a good many agnostic Democratic editors in this countrj Topeka Capital. True, as to the letter observation; and mores the pity that the "agnostics" are not all embraced in the class named. It is said that there are no less than a dozen candidates for Mr. Carlisle's seat in congress in the Covington, Ky., dis trict. This would seem to afford Thoebe u favorable opportunity. But. then, the Denis will hold will hold a convention, and that usually settles the question down there. From the account which an American ized Eussian, who returned to his native land and while there was arrested, gives, there is not as much of the mnch talked about Eussian prison cruelty as there is of the JS'ew York prison habits, recently exposed by the Herald. Evidently Eus eia is becoming civilized from Kennan's chara...

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. — 1 June 1890

r. i yriii ign (Ti itw S& fe Stictnta gaxbj gacfle: f xmfooj pijjniitig,' gwwc il, 189'0. ssiriJ$ik'J-lf ir-ir-- ,r-Tgi(B,fc,-g,'(iywfe"f'i-inj-g'o"'Jfigi $13(lKiR5I? I.21.2Icriock, I H. P. MtntDOcrc, Editor. I Business Manager. M. LL MDRDOOK & BEO. Publishers aid Proprietors. All letters pertalnlnc to'.ho business of the prln Jrc department or bindery, or for adTertisIncr should be addressed to the business manager; al other communications to the ltt)r. The only daily nnper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas alley receiving both the day and iiisht Associate Press Reports in full. Trims of srnsmipnoK dailt fagle. In Advance Postage Pigpaid. Daily, one copy ODe year g no ilaily, onecopy. slxmontlr? 4 00 gaily, one copy, three months. 2 (0 bally, onecopy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, pr" y'r . 4 00 Three times a week, any days desired, sixjno... 2 50 Funday Kdition, 16 paces, one copv, one vuir ' 00 Eunday Edition, 1C pages, one copy, six months. 1 23...

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. — 1 June 1890

X 6 it Wt&ithiiK axlg kqU: jgjtmclatj Pmwj, imz 1, 1890 3: Atf OTHEE TIGTOEY. WICHITA THE HEADQUARTERS OP ONEBRANOHOP THE CENSUS DEPARTMENT. Mr. J. G. McCqy Appointed Enumerator of Live Stock for all the Bangea In the United States With Offices in Wichita-Information to he Secured. The appointment of Mr. J. G. McCoy to secure the enumeration of live stock in all the ranges in the United States gives to Wichita tho headquarters of that very im portant branch of the census department. It was a victory vron in its line which was the result of considerable hard work of the quiet kind. It was no brass band effort but a steady pull. It would be needless, of course, to say that there were a number of applicants. From a letter written by a congressman it is learned that there were "at least one hundred fel lows" who would have accepted it and were "being urged by their friends." A number were out for the appointment without any modesty and making the light boldly. There were some from I...

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. — 1 June 1890

xzW&tW.ti, ipailij f&gle: Jhrattaj IPtottttftxg, iitie 1, IS&O. HARRISON RETURNS. WASHEKJIOff, May 3L The president re turned tonight at 8:15 o'clock from his visit to Cleveland and Pittsburg. Peaks' is the purest and best soap eves made. STATESMEN SPEAK AT BOSTON. Boston, MasB"May 3L The Home Mar ket club had for its special guest this even ing, Hon. Redfield Proctor, Hon. Thomas H. Reed, speaker of the house of represen tatives, Hon. Kelson Dingley, congress man from Elaine, and Hon. Frederick T. Greenhalge, congressman from Massachu tetts. President Merrick made alllusion to Sec retary Proctor's refusal to officially recognize the death of Jefferson Davis, and it met -with demonstrations of approval from the assembly. President Merrick introduced Secretary Proctor, ivho was received with applause. His speech did not deal with national af fairs. Following him came Speaker Reed, who referred to the the tariff bill just passed by the bouse of representatives and said tha...

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. — 1 June 1890

Jpre Wfttfflkz gailxi gatfle: jiiratla-g $Ljmxm$r xmt lf 1890, EST IN THREE GKRAJNTD CASH PHIZ One Hundred and Fifty Dollars ES! TOR Offers the above in Grand. Prizes to Customers. Prizes and Rules as Follows : :yg;.MiTHraBTOflsvBavjBM. To tlae Person Making the closest estimate of the population of the city of Wichita by the census of 1890 we will give a First Grand Prize of $75.00. friuvjiaw-YgCTgrerawraE aajtaag To "blie Person Making the nex.t closest estimate of the popula tion of the crty of "Wichita by the census of 1890 we will give a Second Grand Prize of $o0. ? 1 ese Prizes -will "b To tlie Person Making the next, or third closest estimate of the population of the city of Wichita bvthe census of 1S90 we Trill give a Third Grand Prize of $25. e Paid in Cash! Estimates must be made on coupon furnished by us. No other estimates except on coupons furnished by us will be filed. Coupons trill be furnished to all customers who purchase $2 worth of goods .and for every 2.00 purcha...

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. — 1 June 1890

5p WixthxU gaily Lv. jitrattetj wuxug, fftttxe I, 1890. JmfflSlSJPsaffl lift? "v-iv- w9 - -- CHAPTER "VfT2f I FUEL'S xxvn. THAXKS. 'fcS 5$SS "You do not know how much it meaiis ta vie.'" After many weary days John Fletcher at last was able to make Ins appearance down stairs. "Very palo and weak, the ghost of his former self, he looked, as he Bat in the sunshine on the broad piazza and "Winifred's heart was in her throat a sight of him. Ho was alone, and she saw that now was her opportunity to speak tc him of Nicholas; and yet bhe approached him not without embarrassment, for sha could forget that sho had refused to speak to him under Mrs. Lorrimer's roof. Neither could John Fletcher forget the occasion when this young lady had turn ed her back upon him and marched out of the room, emphasize every step with her small crutch as tnough she de sired to crush him, as possibly she did; and now she ignored that proceeding! Ho bowed his acknowledgments some what stiffly when she said, with ...

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. — 1 June 1890

WMMMHMMSn gfee WLittehx ailij K$t: jgmxdag Xxrnxmg, guwc 1, 1890. the iublic prini? Don't think cf such a step.fer a moment." ""Vyiiafr-does it matter, so we find him?5 Wlrfifredsia&ered. "IfrisnwTt to lJ thought of," the col onel reitcraftetl, sternly. "Besides," he added,'afteramineatspsnse and rath a stifJed sigh, "it would avail nothing. Hichobs'kBOws "wIipvo to findus. you don't'Tc&bcfc'tfeBt he has a -wife, and his vif6'htiler-ihSneiice, of cburse." Winifred-fcarned Terv pale. "Do you think jthst Dcsiar' sho stammered; but she-vaa uoableto finish the-uesticn. '"aoholasxioes not wish- ta be. found' 'otHhtriia'roilor.gbecn coa-daced," eaid tlie.-cdliGlfsJ41j. "VVfnaralieadevRo reply. A great hit ternes filled lier lifcart awl abided there. Sbe-spoke no mere of Nicholas, for she no longer hope a to find him; aud ill abandoning that hope he -seemed tc havfe-afesBibned-afl interest ill life. Eho 5ol6ael -was distressed beyond "naeasurei TZo still held to the theory thafe&am...

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. — 1 June 1890

gle tlitttTtxia Jpailu. uqU: JmicTatj Laming, fitwc 1. 1890. XI fe NIB GIVES SOME FACTS. RELAT1NGCKIEFLY TO THE GREAT HEN RAISING INDUSTRY. A Rooster Who AcWorofl Wondrrs Whilo Sailing: Under raise Colors Why the Celebrated Kr SXustoche "Was Sacri uocd GoUath's'CownfalL. Described, Copyright by Edgar W. Nye. The following inquiries and replies have been awaiting publication end I BhaH-uss-thoin this week, reserving the western tour and Puget eound letters till a later date if tho.raader will noiobject. I do not care to keep correspondents waiting too long for fear that they will gos tired and fail to writ me in the fut nre when they want to know anything. Mr. Eamast Pondcrgast writes from Puyallup as follows: "Why do you not try to improve your appearance more? I think you could if vou would, and we would all be eo glad. You either have a very malicious artist, or else your features must pain you a good deal at times. Why don't you grow a mustache? CLkw i had a arusTAcnE okcs. These...

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. — 1 June 1890

12 'ghz WLichitix gailg ftagle: .pxmttag Xoxumg, Ifntre I, 1390. IA8HI0HSP0B WOMEN. T!HE FAIR CREATURES' DRESS IS VERY MANNISH NOWADAYS. Coronets Aro Very Various as ,jto Style. Every-One "Wants a .Different One from 'Mcv Koisibor and Gets It, Too Some 7Iain, Xastefnl Gowns for Homo "Wear. Special Correspondence. 2sew Yoee, 3Iay 15. It is not an-easy matter thesoiays to tell a young girl from her brother -unless you happen to see her dleet, jTonvhai -with tennis blazers, tennis cap3 and short hair there seems little difference in their looks, and this peason the mannish styles hare not only advanced from tennis to yachting cos tumes, but you -will see-women of all ages in regular dress coatsiof black, with a wide expanse of shirt bosom, high col lars, wlnto neckties and little Derby hats, though, io bo sure, only a few wear these horriblyruibecoming things. Theywear long coat sleeves with these coats, with a goodly display of -white-cuffs; but-they draw tho lino at a-raan"svest, or ...

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. — 3 June 1890

Kans. Historical Soci "VOL. xih, N0.13. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOENING JUNE 3, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1880. tTt4 Cl-IIT i - --rmmB-- -fiV f Hrt" THE EAGLE'S FLYER. The New Schedule Put On and the Train Run Up to the Fast Time. The Eagle's Hosts of Eeaders South J)e- Jighted with the New Arrangement, Multitudes Throng the Train at Every Station in Eager Quest of the favorite Newspaper of the "West. As announced in Sunday morning's Eagle the new-schedule went into effect on the Santa Fe system and the trains de parted from this city promptly on the tamo indicated. The announcement had "been along the lines in. adance of the time, the hour and mmuto fixed in the schedule for the arrival of the tram at every station being known to the people. The result was as anticipated; crowds Hocked to the-stations at the giv en time, not only for the nov elty of w ltnessmg the run of the fast train, but also to procure copies of the Daily Eagle, the people's favorite daily, -with its wonted budget of th...

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. — 3 June 1890

civ, w v j.H-pi '-gzjgv-vpw-m Ixje Wlxthite gaily u$z: xz$& ipmmrf7 xxm 3, 1890 NIES. HOUESEEKERS TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK. Thousands Ready for the Rush to the Newly Acquired Iowa Lands. A "Large Settlement Already Projected by the Local Enights of Labor of Guthrie. Governor Steele's Appointment of the Va rious County Officere Looked for Shortly Judge Seay Opens the Pirst District Court at El Eeno "Western Gossip. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., June 2. The highest temperature "was 84, the lowest up to 7 p.m. C4, and the mean 74 with cloutly weather and a trace of rain in the morning followed by warmer clearing weather brisk south wind and felowly falling barometer. Last year on June 2, the highest tem perature was 72, the lowest 50, and the mean 04, with 67 inch of rain. Fred L. Johxsox, Observer. "Wat: Department, "Washington, D. C, June 2, 8 p. ni. Forecast until 8 p. in. Tuesday: For Kansas Fair followed in the after noon by showers, slightly cooler, souther...

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. — 3 June 1890

h& WxMte Jailij ktytsKismM-t um 181913, V FINANCEANDCOMERCE WICHITA ITAEKETS, feeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock yards for 48 hours, 266 cattle; 934 hogs. Shipments, 256 cattle. Very little good stuff offered for sale in the cattle line. Market steady to stronger on good to choice grades of butchers' stuff and shipping steers. The hog market opened barely steady at $3.65, Saturday's closing price, and all the early receipts sold at those figures. Kansas City market closed 2 l-2c to 5c off and this market closed weak at $3.62 1-2. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET. Wichita, Kaiu June 2. CATTLE. Receipts 2 shipments 250. The receipts were quite liberal but there were very few cattle which Kraded fat enough to suit the buyers. The market was somewhat strotiser on trood butchers' grades and shipping hteers. Inferior grades and half fat cattle, are very slow sale at any price. Chicago had liWK) bead on sale and market steady. Kansas City -J0U0 and closed stronger. JCaUve shipping sto...

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. — 3 June 1890

LMyiy!R'sJv -'7i!-'vsstfw!t! IxeMMxifa gaxlxj gatfile: Jgtues&wj pfommxj, fxxtxe 3, 1890 31. 3T. JICKDOCK, Editor. In tMs month of June do not get mad :'Sf a man asks you if you eyer were in jail. He may be the census-taker. Alrihonso Daudet has commenced ' writing for our monthly magazines. In ; the course of events Alphonse may yet ; be furnishing a regular weekly article to tour Sunday newspapers. A snipntist has discovered that tlie heat given out by the moon is equal to Ithat'of a candle twenty-three feet away. This, in a way, illustrates how little it takes to warm up the inspiration of an taverage moon-struck poet. J Sam Jones has a most substantial rea son for prcachinc the Gopel. It pays him ton an average of 82,000 per week. Rev. f Krohri's Champion. That is a verry narrow and sordid view to take of the subject, in view of the Divine estimate of the value of a soul. iTut, tut, doctor. A mighty liostof-forty-two thousand Census enumerators will begin an active campaign ...

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. — 3 June 1890

glxe Mxjcteia gcxilij gagle: giuesclaxj Xxxuxuq, guue 3, XS91X 3 ILil. Muimocir. I E. r. Mmnorir, Kdltor. I Business Manager. M. M. MUBDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters percnlnlne to the business of the prla Injj department or bindery, r for advcrtlslna hoald be adcireMd to the business manager; al other communications to tb editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas valley receiving both tho day and night Associate Press Reports In full. TEKilS Or SUBSCRIPTION' DAII.V RAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy one year JS 00 . Doily, one copy, six months A 00 Dally, one copy, three months 2 CO Dally, one copy, one month , 7.1 Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r. .. i V) Three times a eek, any days desired, six mo.. . 2 o0 Sunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, one year 2 00 bunday Edition. IB pages, one copy, sis months. 3 25 WEEKLY EAGLE. Onecopv.ono year f 1 00 One copy, six months 50 Remittance may bo mado at our risk...

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. — 3 June 1890

"-- 'Bw-STiK?ij' --i?v-ssPS-.-T- F!4aie9'u4gB.WipsS'Sj 6 gpxe WicMia aila gagle: JgitescTay fjmmig, Shme 3 8)90. ,,. --jYrt' T" "5nKE37T357"Vk gfJ'Hi!:g'jia i3 SIEVES rPDflffiDGEB '. AN EMBALMING1 PROCESS THA1?S IS J FEASIBLE BUT COSTEY, - iiA ' - "- L-StIibIslSiZvorvVlatcrnaBTBiseo-carfiaj n "N e w Say to I lrescrreiCatJa vei f He j l UasTrIcditho,Piiiccss ' OE.3JanySub-. Btanccs-rTk'o tOricli-ipl'tldea. A'SilTer-platcrfpcmedtSa,mufeijDjwning, ablng,busin,ess out (alive ttreet,seKj-eial yenr3j ego oegan,a series of fcrperiraenis in thef line ofJiis tradoH?ldrorou;gIi2j;t5uecess ful 'and'havc opciVuinrno.itias8to?mdins; , possibility tue'cmJJalpsjrcifrthepdead in casts of silver, or goldiecardingto tho purses and.nrtisticides5res)ft,tb.o survivors of the deceased. Mr. Downing, anay,t Have Hieard of -tl Madagascar monarch, wlio,uesiEpus a t making an insession.u.bn'aBritisiwam -bassadcr, appealed on the5 day of the-ifcya 1 audience resplendent in a close fitting tsui t of gold dust o...

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. — 3 June 1890

mrijaffij$ffii-$nrtm oti wjipn.ggwifeSg ss .-rij? --vpr,yr- vm. ip9UiPS?t ""swEggsJii JpemwMia 2Paf&sIe: tiesttag Pfomittg, gmte 3, 1890. II BOSTON TEA Its Chances for the Players' Pennant Seem to B& Good. &ADBOUKNE IS IN GREAT FORM. Ste-w TorU May Brace TJp Tet rhiladel phla, Boston and Chicago Surprising Patrons of the National Iteajru-s Games. Tbo Western Teams Hold TheJr Own. The Boston team of thu Players' league Jiavo struck a gait that is fast making the teams apprehehensivo that they -vfill get the largest share of that 530,000 in prize money to which all in common must contribute at the end of the season. The way Capt. 2kfichael J. Kelly and his assntants are pounding crack pitchers and rolling up runs and victories is well calculated to worry their adversaries, particularly the New York brothers., who do not appear to be in it at all. If this thing keeps up much longer they will be. calling some of these invincibles cracked pitchers. There have already been man...

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. — 3 June 1890

-"swf-aS-f T5K v-g--- -w"1 8 x& WLitMici Jpailtt; gagle: nestlau taming, xmt 3, 1890. LOSING CONTEST! ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS GNE.HUiNDRED AETD FIFTY DOLLARS E GKRAND CASH Z!Ef3 ! i pt- -mv-i THE "B3BBBPBBBHHBHBHBBBwiiwbBBBBB IN PEI 3Wr SsSi filRwi assl 3B? TOR '."I L4P4m Absolutely Pureaj This powder necrvarlc?. A marvel of purity, strength ana wliolesomeiiess. iloio ccono:nicul . than the-flnUcnry kinds and cannot bo sold in com , petition with tlio multitude of low test, short weight aium or phosphate powders. Sold onlv in cans. IJoyal Baklnp Powder Co.. 103 Wall fat. X. Y. CUT RATES TROY N. 1 15 CENTS! The most desirable styles of "E & W" collars will bo sold today at 15 cts. These are all new. fresh and hot from Earl & "Wilson's factory, our price to dav 15 cents. Others sign a contract ;o "do vou" for 25 cclits. WHAT IS COMPETITION WORT1I. MORE CUT RATES. 4 doz Monarch whitcshirts for $5.75 X doz Monarch white shirts for Vt.l24 H doz Monarch, open front, for ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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