The Wichita Eagle from Wichita, Kansas on June 10, 1903 · Page 12
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Wichita, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 10, 1903
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12 ii m in Romance of Only Camel Driv-. er Under Uncle Sam HIJOLY WAS YOUNG TURK Reminiscences of This MexiT can Border Character i o TtcpH-p ' lwe"e j PhnenJx. Ariz.. June cowboys who performed obsequies , over the body of HIpoly as it rest- . .i o Vn-nin ed on the bier improvised of a avojo blanket and cactus stems were not the onlv mourners. Two days before a brief , . . . . ! press despatch naa announau joly, the government camel driver, was dead. When the despatch fell into the hands of old Indian fighters and prospectors and cattlemen-any of the hardy . j. - i ,,,.,. tnnir ! t Pratt and Kingman ac-who in the last naif century took c Tuesdav. Thursday and men a part in making the great Southwest habitable and productive there was added by those who spoke or thought a tribute of loving remembrance to the strangest character that ever became a part of the United States government Hijoly counted himself a part of tho government, and he was so In fact. Soldiers who fought the Apaches and Utes in the Southwest knew the part that he had acted; cowboys had been his com panions and shared his good or ill for- j ....... or,,i nmciwntnK w?ro his nartners i i ' ,mi )WNitv I in days of luck and aderait. I Hijoly' was a Turk, a native of Asia Slinor. In his youth and young manhood , he had another name, but It was never known In Arizona. The Mexicans gave him a Spanish name, but it didn't seem to fit. so plain Hijoly he was to the last It is rather a title than a name. Once , In the old days and in the old life he , made a pilgrimage from Khoristan to aiecca, crossing the Syrian desert to , visit the tomb of the great prophet. Mo- hammed. In the native tongue the pll- grim who has visited Mecca is distin- cuished bv a title corresponding in sound I" ,t.. , .. to Hijoly. In 1S57 the War Department sent to Arabia for fifty camels. They were to AraDia tor inu uxuivw. . oott, . be employed as pack animals in the cam- paign against tho Apaches along the Mexican border. An American .vessel was despatched to bring home the camels i which agents of the War Department j had purchased, but no American could be j lound who knew or cared to learn how to ' care for and manage the camels. A stalwart young Turk, who had as- . . ' , . 4? i . u Fisted in bringing the camels to the place of embarkation, was asked to accom- J pany them to America. His companions , the other camel drivers, were heard to address him as Hijoly, so Hijoly was employed by the agents of the War De- partment. I A contract was made in which he I agreed to .company the camels to Arizo- na and there take charge of them for the ) army. He was to receive $100 a month, a i salary which the government agreed to pay him to the last day of his life on the condition that he remained in its employment and did not leave the United States. j H was no fault of Hijoly's thats the , camels proved a failure in the American army. He performed his part, and the . government was so well satislied that no question was raised about his continuing ( on the pay roll of the army. But the camels were turned adrift on the Arizona 1 desert, all but one of them, a great bull . that Hijoly kept for his own use. j Mounted on this beast, he travelled i from end to end of Arizona. He crossed ' the desert and went into the mountains, where he prospected, ami he freighted store for cattlemen and miners. Meantime the camels increased in number, and they became a menace to the cattlemen, liecause they stampeded the cattle and frightened the cowboys' horses and pi-ared the Mexicans until it was feared that every "greaser" of them would bolt act oss the border, never to return. Then the cowboys and prosiectors began a com paign to exterminate the wild camels. They hunted them down and killed them until only one remained in Tuma and" Maricopa counties, and that one was sliot but n few months ago. The cowboys "Jerked" the meat and brought it into Tyson's Wells, where they sold It to "Mike" Welts for "jerked" venison. Mike didn't care and his boarders never knew the difference. Mike Welz was the government keeper of Tyson's Wells during the days of Indian wars, when this oasis in the desert was the rendezvous of the army. He is still there, as great a man as ever. " When he had no further care with the camels, but was a nomad on the desert, Hijoly turned his attention to prospecting. About twenty years or so ago the course of his life was turned into new chattels, when lie discovered a rich mine near Tombstone. He developed it and sold It for $3XO. Then he began to feel the lonliness of his state. Senorita Teresa Rulx. a pretty Mexican girl, maybe hightened Hijoly's feeling of lonliness. He offered to share his fortune with her he a Mohammedan, she a Catholic and eho accepted. They were married by L. F. Bradshaw. justice of the peace of nt Tysoa's Wells. Hijoly resigned his position as government caretaker of camels, and, with hte bride and his fortune, went to Turkey. Ilis story is like that of a thousand and mander also had tokens of remembrance, one prospectors who have struck it rieh. On hte deathbed Hijoly became reminis-The fortune didn't last long, and the cent. He retained a clear mind to the wife's affections expired when the purse last. In Spanish, which he spoke more wag empty. They never did know in fluently than English, he told of his early Arisona what became of Mme. Hijoly. Some think that she remained in Paris. But Hijoly returned. His occupation "was gone. The government bad no camels to be herded and wanted none, and thi herder had forfeited his contract. Hijoly attempted to capture one of the few camels that were running near Harqua- ' hala, but never found one to take the ! place of his bull. Fortune never again smiled on him. but he lived in a miv- I ture of frontier and oriental comfort ; in his cabin, near Quartzite. maintain? Ing himself by freighting and doing odd job, iot me men of the mines and the i No one knew the territory better. He had traversed erery corner of the deserts ana the mountains and valleys. Helcnewi nature's moods in the vast .wilderness of ' and. and how to take advantage of every j circumstance where other men would be daunted. He hired out as a government packer and went -with the army to the Philippines, but the climate affected his health and he soon returned to Arisona. GeaeraJ Miles waa one of Hijoly's Railroad Time Table Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Ry( Leave Daily. Kansas City & Cnicaco Ex. 11 20 a m X. C. Colorado & California Ex... 2 & p va Wellington Accommodation 5 15 p a Caldwell Accommodation 5 la p m K. C. and Chicago Express 10 20 p ni Arrives jDaflv. Panhandle ExpresB 9 CO a m Englewood Branch Accom. . .. 3 00 p ra Leavt. "any. Panhandle Express 6 15 p m Oklahoma and Texas Express .. 6 35 a m Oklahoma Dav ExDrcss 5 30 a m Wellington Accommodation 9 00am Caldwell Accommodation 9 00am Texrs Express ....5 10pra Mngiewooa itrancn express -o u. m Dally except Sunday- Frisco Systam. EAST-BOUND. No. SOS. St. Louis Limited- Leaves Wichita 1:30 pm Arrives St. Louis 7:20 a m Arrives Memphis S:00 a ni .o. 30' St. Louis .Mail- Leaves Wichita 4 Arrives St. Louis Arrives Kansas -City Arrives Ft. Smith . S:15 p m . 6:40 p m . 7:20 a m .10:30 a m WEST-BOUND. No. S09. Meteor Leaves St. Louis Leaves Memphis Leaves Ft. Smith .. 2:30 p m .. 9:15 p m .. 5:55 p m .. 8:15 a m Arrives Wichita. ivn. :Wi Kansns I.lmlfpfl Leaves St. Louis 8:35 p m j.taves .iicinuuis ................... o.-j ii 111 Arrives Wichita 3:07 pm gj"""'"""" iJJ p Arrives Ellsworth 8:10 p m A. R. DEEM. B. F. DUNN. Cjty Ticket Aff't jylVm Pass. Ag't. Wichita, Kan. Wichita and Western. Arrive. No. 472, Pratt & Kinsman Passenger, excent Snndjiv ...1100am Saturday 1 20 p m Leave. No. 471, Kingman and Pratt Passenger, except Sunday 5 15 p m No. 473, Kingman and Pratt Accom , Mcnday Wednesday and Friday Slopm Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway. WEST BOUND. Leave Dallv. No. 13, Texas Veetibuled Ex 6:53 p m No. 13, Texas Fast Express 6:00 a m No. 35, Daily, except Sunday 3:10 p m EAST BOUND, Leave Daily. No- u Chicago Vestihuled Ex.... 9:50 a m No u aand Eaatern Ex 10:30 p m n0. 36, Dally, except Sunday 1:35 p m - - Missouri Pacific ""W DaJ, , j CIty and gt Lou,g Conway Springs and Coffey vllie.. 11 36 a m For J--y-;; j g g g Hutchinson, Lyons and Geneseo.. 7 3a a m Geneseo, Salina, Pueblo & Ucnver 5 00 p m For Anthony and ...........6 1 Arrive Daily, From St. Louis and Kansas City. 5 50 p m "i S!!Sl!..?...?.?:4 p From St. Louis 12 35 p m From Kansas City ind St. Louis. 7 05 a m From Denver, Pueblo, Salina and Geneseo 11 25 a m 'From Hutchinson 4 00pm From Hutchinson and Geneseo... 9 25 n m Fron Anthony & Conway Springs 4 40 p m Frorfl Kiowa, Anthony i Conway Springs 9 la p in F V?. 9 20 am -' , The Choctaw Route, East Bound. Lv- Oklahoma City 11 50p m 9 15a ra At. Oklahoma City 11 15 p m 9 a ru Lv. El Reno 10 15 p ni 8 13am Ar. El Reno 10 06 pm 8 03 a m Lv yeatherford ........ 8 20pm 6 20 am West Bound. An OMaho Na i Lv. Oklahoma City 6 00am 6 53pm Ar. El Reno 7 00 a m 7 49 p m Ij TgP Time Table No. 1. April 1 1903. KANSAS CITY. MEXICO AND ORIENT Xo. 1. Inil and LeavftDailv No. 2. Mail and Express. Arrive Daily. 9:10 a m 6:00 p m Wichita 6:50 pm.... Conway Springs .... 8:20 a m I .vi 1 lit. ........ . .11I1LUI1 .......... O.U tt 111 7:20 p m Hnmner 7:43 a m i.Zi p m Runnymede 7:42 am 7:40 p m Harper 7:28 a m S:00 p m... Anthony 7:10 am 8:12 p m Hunters 6:56 a m 8:20 p m Feruuson 6:48 a m 8:30 p m Waldron 6:38 a m S:3S p m Little Sandv C:2S a-m SMS p m Byron 6:20 a m 9:12 p m Cherokee 6:00 a m 9:22 p m Tewed 5:43 am 9:40 p m Carmen 5:30 a m Trains anive and depart from the Missouri Pacific station, corner Douglas avenue and Wichita street. I. R. SHERWIN. Ticket Agent. Right Through to the Pacific 4 Get aboard at Her- rington or McFar- 4 land. Get off at Los Angeles, San Fran- $ cisco or Portland, Ore. J That is what the J Rock Island offers. A EnUaordinary low rates to Y Pacific Coast points daily until June 15. Full Information on request. Call or write. C. E. BASCOM C. P. Agent Wichita. Kan. stanchest friends. The commander of the army Indorsed a petition for a pension for the camel driver, and it was intended had he lived that a bill should be introduced in Congress asking for a special pension appropriation for Hijoly. Among the few world's goods that he owned those that he treasured most were letters from General Miles. General Law- ton and General Shai'ter. He served un- 1 der General Crook and from that com- life on the desert, dwelling with peculiar pleasure on the time intervening between the abandonment of the camels by the army and when the made his stake. They evidently were the happy days of his life. He told how the Mexicans were frightened at his big bull camel, which he would ride into the pueblos and drive out the inhabitants. One of his stories was that once he rode up softly behind an old woman who was engaged in preparing vegetables for dinner. The camel reached his long neck down over the woman and began eating from her basket. "Mio lio! Mlo Dk!" shrieked the wo- man, falling backward and fainting dead away. Another story that he told to pass the fast fleeting minutes of his life was of meeting with a Mexican whose wagon was mired so that four burros could not budge It. Hijoly rode alongside the bur- ros until the small animals saw the camel towering over them. The Mexican shrieked with fright and the nun-os plunged forward, moving the wagon with apparent ease, and they did not stop Steamship Tickets to Ail Points On Earth ON SALE AT We sell throubij uiuwy and steamship tickets to all points in the world. We carry in stock tickets of nearly all steamship companies. Below are a lew: Holland-American Line, New Tork to Rotterdam. French Line, New Tork to Havre. Hamburg-American Line, New Tork to Hamburg White Star Line, South Africa and South America. Hamburg-Anierican Line, New Tork to Liverpool. North German Lloyd, .ew Tork and Galveston to Southampton, Bremen, Genoa, Naples, China. Austria and Japan. ' .Mallory Line, Galvestcn to New Tork. Anchor Line, New Tork to Glasgow and Londonderry. Cunard Line, New Tork and Boston to Liverpool. Allan Line, New Tork and Montreal to Liverpool and Glasgow. Oceanic Steamship Company and Pacific Mail Steamship Company, San Francisco to Hawaii. Japan, China, Philippine Islands, Straits Settlements, India and Australasia. Besides the above-lmentioned we sell through tickets and issue prepaid ticket orders via twenty-seven other steamship companies. L. R. DELANET, Ticket Agent 'Phone 139. Steamship Tickets to All Points on the Globe Wichita ticket office carries a full line of steamship tickets, always on hand, ready to hand to the purchaser as soon as reservations can be made. Wc can handle the foreign steamship traffic where prepaid steerage tickets from tho old countries are desired, with the least possible trouble to those wishing to bring their friends or relatives to the United States. AH you have to do Is to deposit the amount of the fare with us. We give you a receipt and deliver the ticket to the European passenger, and sec that they get to their destination in this country. We. are agents for the following named steamship companies: Hamburg-American .line, New Tork to Hamburg. North German Lloyd, New Tork to Bremen. Cunard line, New Tork to Liverpool. White Star line, New Tork to Liver pool. Anchor line. New Tork to Glasgow. French line. New Tork to Havre. Dominion line. Boston to Liverpool. American line, New Tork to Southamp ton. Red Star, New Tork to Antwerp. Holland-American line, New Tork t Rotterdam. For sailing lists of the above named lines, and rates for railroad and steam ship tickets to any point in the world, call on or write I. R. SHERWIN, P. & T. A.. Missouri Pacific Railway station, cor ner Wichita street and Douglas avenue. Santa Fe Colonist One Way Rates One Way Rates to Pacific Coast and Principal Western and California Points Every Day, From Wichita via A., T. &. S. F. Ry. $20.00 To Ogden and Salt Lake City. $20.00 To Butte. Anaconda and Helena. 122.50 To Spokane and Wenatchee. J23.00 To Everett, Falrhaven and New Whatcom, via Huntington and Spokane. J25.00 To Portland, Tacoma and Seattle. $25.00 To Ashland, Roseburg, Eugene, Albany and Salem, via Portland. $25.00 To Phoenix and Prescott, Ariz., El Paso and Demfng. 25.00 Los Angeles. San- Diego and San Francisco. Homeseeker's tickets on sale first and third Tuesday of each month; one fare plus J2 for the round trip to points in Oklahoma, Indln territory. Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. Full information furnished on application to L. R. DELANEY, Agent. Telephone 139. Wichita, Kan. Chicago and Return .VIA.. $20.65 A cheap rate for all to Chicago and return. Ticket?: on sale Juno H. IS and J. and July 'l, limited for return September 15. Equally cheap rats to eastern resorts at strr.e tiir.e. Get particulars at depot. 'Phone 139. L. R. DELANET. Ticket Agent- running until burros. Mexican and wagon were out of sight of the camel. He rattled on with these tales until near morning. Then his eyes grew dire .and his murmured speech became unintelligible. He was Irving again the days of yoth. When with bis father he drove camels in Arabia. He whispered of Allah, and he died as he had lived. & Mohammedan. The cowboys buried Hijoly. The funeral was characteristic of Arizona. Christmas morning they carried him to the grave, over which Pete Lewis r-ad a short prayer. It had been dpated that since Hijoly was not a Christian maybe the usual Christian prayer should net be read for him. At last every one agreed that Hijoly s soul was as white as any man's, and that he deserved the PAUGH S CO BnTt to McCoy & Underwood an Eldridge & Campbell. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MER. CHANTS, Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kan. Correspondence solicited. Markets by Ea"le and Drover's News sent free. Make your consignments to us. Special inducements to feeders. C. P. JOHNSON & CO. Livestock Commission Merchants. Office: Stock Yards Exchange Building, Wichita. Phone 466. Fifteen years" experience in the business enables us to secure best results for our customers. Market quotations furnished upon request. Money furnished to feeders. Reference: Kansas National Bank. E JHEALY & CO. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Union Stock Yards, Wichita. Special inducements to feeders. Market furnished on application. "Phone 305. Union Livestock Commission Co. A. B. MOORE, Manager. Stock Tards, Wichita, Kan. Consignments and correspondence solicited. Market report furnished free on application. Proceeds remitted on day of sale. Money to loan on cattle. "Phone 3S6. STUART-KELLY LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Stock Yards, Wichita. Market paper furnished free on application. Write or phone, our expense,-when you are shipping. 'Phone S55. We attend personally to the unloading and care of stock consigned to us. Barber Stop and Bath Room 119 East Douglas. Bath rooms open on Sunday until 12 xn. Prompt service. Everything first-class. J. B. THOMPSON, Pronrietor. A. C. Husey's c ommercial lub ...UNION igar ...MADE. HOTEL CAREY Rates $2 and $3 per Day. B. L. EATON, Proprietor. THE THOMAS SANITARIUM (Formerly ilartha Washington Home.) This private hospital Is now one of the best equipped institutions in the Southwest for the treatment of both medical and surgical wises. Special attention Is given to the various forms of stomach and liver troubles, diseases peculiar to women, diseases of the rectum and genitourinary organs, chronic malarial poisoning, rheumatism, nervous disorders, diseases of the throit. lungs, heart and kidneys; goitre and varicocele c ired One floor is reserved for a maternity department and in sftne instances homes will be found for children. For a short time onlv a ward will be set apart for the treatment of the morphine, opium, co-caire and whiskey habits. Resident phvslrian. abl" mdical staff, quiet and healthful location, extensive grounds with t'ne shade, home comforts: terms reasonable. Xo eontacious diseases admitted. Write for nanicul.irs. THE THOMAS SANITARIUM Corner and St. Francis Avenue, 1CHITA. KANSAS. Established 1576. Fred W. Israel Heal Estate Co. Successor to Israel Bros. Real Estate and Rents To buy Wichita cltr property or Sedgwick county land at present prices means large returns on your money. WiehJta. Just in her lnfancy. and such bargains as we can now one. were nevrr ot iru before. Ml having business In our line are Icvited to call or correspond. The Wichita Interests of non-rea;dnts pioperly and faithfully cared for. OJTice. second floor, IS North Market street. Israel Building.' prayer. It w-as read, the body was lew-ered into the shallow hole in the sand and covered, when (He cowboy drew their revolvers and fired a volley over the grave. Then every man of them wet oer to Kelley's and took a dring. They Beaded something to brace them, and It -eras Christmas morning, too. la the Bnfitt-h elites of Btnalasbasi. Bolton. Bradford, Leeds. Leicester. Manchester. Xouimrkara a ad Suifori. the price of P2j is from Huh cents per i.ioy feet. Am wop cities owafciK tbelr own sas- works aainial proHts -are- reerteI fotlows: Mance4er. C5JR: Xottrajc-ham. n,c:o; Belioiu. SOkMH; ad Btrra-iiMrha in. CTRL Of the 4I01.crpro?e la BngJantf aor than half of them live on as lseme of kss than SI la. weefc.- and I ha earning or 7.t03Q of this number do not exceca 5d a week for ta firefly. I nninr fiiiipff? . .h.. HAMILTON," M. E. 12S East Douglas avenue (Bittlns block, third floor. Take elevator at Market street entrance. Practice limited to Eye. Ear, Nose anl Throat. ' J. G. DORSET, M. D. 105 "West Douglas Avenue. Practice limited to Diseases of the Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. J. FRANKLIN GSELL, M. D. 112 East Douglas Avenue. Prictice limited to Diseases of the Eye, ,Ear, Nose and Throat. Telephone numbers Offlce, 560, residence, 3 on S30. J. C. BROWN. M. D. Over 140 North Main Street. Practice limited to Diseases of the Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. I E. S. MILFORD, M. D. D. O. AND MART M. MONTGOMERT. D. O. Osteopaths (Registered). 20C and 302 Sedgvriek Block. "Phono 613; Residence "Phone 1033. C. T. JONES. PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON. Corner of Eighteenth and North Lawrence. Calls promptly attended, day and night. New "phone 1227. Old "phone ill. Dr. J.W. State Specialist In Medical, ' Surgical and Electrical treatment of all Chronic. Nervous. Skin and Private Diseases, male and female. Office. 150 North Main street. DR, H. L. SALISBURY DENTIST Does the best Dental work at the lowest prices. Teeth extracted without pain, or no pay, by the use of vitalized air. Silver Fillings I .50 1 -atina Fillings 75 Gold Fillings, up from 1.00 Cleaning Teeth, up from 50 TEETH WITHOUT PLATES: Gold Crown 5.00 Best Set of Teeth 6.00 Extracting with tho air 50 Extracting without the air 25 Chidren's teeth extracted free. All work guaranteed. Office, 139 North Main Street Dr. E. H. Creditor DENTIST High Class Dental Work at reasonable prices. Satisfactory Gold Bridge and Crown Work at reduced prices. Saving the natural teeth a specialty. Teeth extracted without -"pain. I can make a set of teeth to fit the most difficult mouth. .11 work guaranteed. Office 149 N. Main St Opposite CA Location. Boston Dental Parlors 405 East Dougias Avenue. Phil. Y. Strolieker, D. U. 5., Prop. All work guaranteed. MISS BLANCHE MASCAL. attendant Office Hours: 6 to 12 a. m.; 1:30 to 5:30 p. m. G. GEHRING, Druggist (Deutsche Apotheke.) Choice Imported and Domestic Cigars. Northeast Corner of Douglas and Topeka Avenues. Phone 26S. Wichita, Kan. J. P. ALLEN DRUGGIST Even-thing in Drugs. Vlall orders re- celve special attention 103 East Douglas, Wichita, icKner Conservatory of IVIusic Oldest. largest and only chartered school of music in 'W ichita. ALL BRANCHES. Terms reasonable Recitals every Friday. SPECIAL SUMMER SESSION For teachers and others, beginning June Sth. closing August :3th. Send for Catalog. A. V. SICKNER, Director. Phone 696. 407 East Douglas Ave. That Essential Quality While this Bank adopts every desirable method of modern Banking, it n-ver loses sight of that essential quality: ABSOLUTE SAFETY The National Bank of Commerce of Wichita, Kan. A. C. J03ES. C W. CAREY. President. Cashier. J. H. BLACK. F. A. RUSSELL. Vlce-Pres. Ass't Cashier. C Q. Chasilcr, EUberry Martin. President. Cashier, c- e. MasJerman. Chaa. Testard. Ylee-President. Assistant Cashier J. W. Berryman. Second Vicr-Presdent. THE KANSAS NATIONAL BaNK of Wichita. Kama. (The Oldest Bank in Arkansas Valley.) Caoital, $100,000. L. S. Kaftzcer. IV. It. Tacker. President. Vjc-Prwsident ! J. M. Mcore. Cashier. J The Fourth National Bank United States Depository. Capital, 5200,000. Surplus, $25,000. Director W R. TtKJcer. W. E. Jett. R. ; L Hotroes. B. F. McLean. S. B. Aznldao. J. M. Moore. L. S. Xaftxger. C. V. j Brows. O. Z. Smith-A seaeral banking taurines transacted. 1 Wichita, Kanx. Barred Plymouth Rocks And Partr4se Coehtn Chiciceha. Itf pr- . alunif ; hisbest acore m the yiate tai. vjar Kck? Ir sal SsA tor elrrttiar AH ktmt cf Poultry ReSie sod Sp- ! atteg. nriHHiaJ J rw-ut . i-e J i-HTf-Killer asI Oaeyr Rear Cure. Oy-.trbeU. MJea. Crx:al, OriC Booe. Stood d Ofl MeaL OTTO WZISS. I5 8. Mead Avrace. TTJebita. Kan. Over 227 E. Doujla. Wichita Union Stoc k Yards Co WICHITA, KANSAS. CAPACITY-3,000 CATTLE, 5,000 HOGS W. R. DULANEY, Superintendent of Stock Yards. All Pens Covered. Private Yards for Teians. Perfect Sewerage and City Wtt Casey & Garst Mercantile Co. " " (Incorporated.) WHOLESALE CIGARS, TOBACCO, CANDIES AND GROCERS' SUNDRIES Distributing Agents for Caban Sprig and Czarina Cigars .141 and-143 North Market Street Yt'Ichita, Kansas B. F, McLEAN, Yards at- m.aUA.KA.. FECK. WICHITA FOUNDRY, MACHINE The Pratt Lumber Co. Established In 1S"JS. Talk is Cheap But printer's Ink Is not. and when we pay for this space It's because we are well fortified In our belief that the Hard and Soft Wood Lumber we sell for interior and exterior purposes Is a little better than you can get elsewhere for the same money anyway we'd like to prove it. See our Fancy Screen Doors and Window Screens. , Corner First and Lawrence. Phone 77. WICHITA JOBBING AND WALLENSTEIN &. COHN Wholesole Milliners. 233-235-237-239 East Douglas avenue; importers LEHMANN-HIGGINSON GROCER CO. Wholesale Grocers. Corner William street and Santa Fe avenue. JETT 3L WOOD Wholesale Grocers. Corner William street and Santa Fe avonue. WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCER CO. Sell even-thing in. the grocery Una Popular brands of Cigars. Comei or Santa Fe avenue and William streeL McCOMB BROS. Wholesale Saddlery. Manufacturers of Harness and Saddles. 401 East Douglas avenue. L. HAYS SADDLERY AND LEATHER CO. Manufacturers of Harness and Jobbers of Saddlery. 126-127 West Douglaa avenue. THE PERU-VAN ZANDT IMPLEMENT CO. Wholesale Farm Machinery. Threshers. Plows, ohollcrs. Vohlelos. etc. Sample rooms 123-125-127 North Water streoL 'Phone SfO. J. A. BISHOP Wholesale dealer In Paints, Glass, Varnishes. Paint aud Varnteh Brush Largest stock in the state. 205 North Main streuL G. W. SOUTHWARD Hides, Furs, Pelts and Tallow. Call up long distance "phone 207. Pay Eagle quotations. No commission charged. NIN E BURRUS Manufacturer and Jobber of Cigars. El Campo Cigar. 10 cants; Star Fives Cigar. 5 cents. 120 North Market BtrcoL GEORGE WETTERHOLD Wholesale Manufacturer of all kinds of Mattroes-es. Pillows and Excelsior. Factory corner Kellogg street, from Fourth to FlftL nvonvoa THE AYLESBURY MERCANTILE CO. Wholesale Grocers. Corner Third street and Santa Fo uvanuo. 'Phono 229. ROSS BROS. Wholesale Seed and Commission O. B. STOCKER Mantels, Grates, Cement Plaster. Llmo. Hair. Plngtor, AvboetoR. Flrfl Brick, Fire Clay. Cement. Color Mortars. 143 North Wnttr truL THE HOCKADAY HARDWARE CO. Exclusive Wholesale. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Tin and Bnnmelod Wares, Ammunition. Long distance 'phono, 408. CHAS. LAWRENCE Dealer In Photographers' Supplies, phone connection. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Everything Electrical. 'Phone 296. 127 North Markot stroeL AMERICAN CORNICE WORKS Fred Buckley, Proprietor. Manufacturers of Shoet Meutl Cornice, Sky-lights. Tin, Copper and Slate Roofing. Guttering, Snoulhtg. 'Pboao 53.1 THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO. Exclusive Wholesale Drugs, Medicines. Chemical. I'alnta and Flno Cigars. 117-119-121-123 North Santa Fe avonua WICHITA PUMP FACTORY AND MACHINE SHOPS Walterscheld Bros., Proprietors. Wholesale and retail AJla Wind Mills. Iron Pumps (15 kinds). Steel Tanks, Pipe and Fftttaga, Dotting. Hoo. Packing, Automobile Supplies. Any Machine an Panmdrj Work. Iron Brass and Aluminum Castings made to ordor. Ask for ndcttfa. 116 2$ North Mead avenue. New 'phone, 115. WICHITA STOVE AND IRON WORKS Ideal Stoves. Architectural and Structural Iron Works, in stock. One block north Union depoL 'Phono 1SI. MOORE DRUG CO. WICHITA SURGICAL AND DENTAL DEPOT Wholesale Drugs. Surgical Instrument! and Dental SmvfUtm. 215 Kant Douglas avenue. THE WICHITA AND EAGLE CORNICE WORKS Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron and Copper Corafe. Tin, Ittm. and State Rooflne. 136 North Lawrence avenue. ,w Pbaa 7S. AMERICAN SODA S- BAKINU wuwutH uu MANUFACTURERS 147 North Emporia avenue. M. S. Dcrwdyn. Jr., Maaaggr. gfo Klfobon Brand Baking Powder. High Grai'e Coffee and Sj-e; BaJktfr' Sup;,.,. Coffee Urns and Mills; Vinegar and Cldora; Bulk Ftavorlag Kxtra u and Soda Fountains. LANGDON-WRIGHT TENT AND AWNING CO. Manufacture Tents, Awnings and Canvas Cevftra of 9try UcnptU n. Jobbers In Cotton Duck, all widths and weights. 1X7 Korfk Mai-feet L Old Phone, 230. New Phone 1452. Soad for prfeo 11L F. L. WATSON & CO. A complote lino of Wholesale Notion. Wafp, tt Douglas avenue. 'Phone 243. THE SCHWARTZ LUMBER AND COAL CO- WHOLESALE Cement. Lime, cement piasier. iiair. onar vxmot. nrg mntx. Wall Cop. ing Common and Face Brick. Stone. PtotaWBi SariUrfog Coal, efi-Wr'lte for price. Shippers of Pisa pod Arkanaaa RJror Sa4. caport? ten cars per day. 301 West DougJa aveso. Wlcktta. Km . PW0 i OPEN FOR COX - JOHNSTON - Wholesale Dry Goods, Notions, Gents and Ladies' Furnhg. COMPLETE LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS NEW SOCK. Orders and visits rtpectfal!r oliHt! Independent. Bell and Wichita Long Distant? 'pboa fr- Call S75 Give Us Your Orders for Commercial Printing The Daily Eagle Delivered 1 Oc a Week Lumber Dealer KAX. P in TTT.-t n -rl AND BOILER SHOPS Satisfaction jruaraateed la Machinery and Foundry Work. Phone 916. IIS North Wichita street. Wichita, Kan. MANUFACTURING HOUSES South Main street. 10S-105-iOT 1C9 and designers. Merchants. 309 East DougJa avenue 219 East Daugkig avenue. Telo- 9tl Beams SIT xad 19 West BUSINESS. DIJVIOND D. G. CO Eagle Job Rooms X

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