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3P MxcMte DaiBj gaol: eitttescXmj laming, pril 16, 1890.
Running sores all over Ms "body. Head a solid scab discharging offensiye
matter. Bones affected and pieces discharged. Could not get up if he fell
down. Could not move in bed, having no use of his hands. One of the most
remarkable among the thousands of cures made by the Cuticura Remedies.
N . B. This cure was made May 9, 1885, and has remained permanent to date,
Feb. 7, 1890.
Cured "by Cuticura
Vhaifiix monthx old, the left hand of oar little
grandchild u e
had every ap
larze bolL We
poulticed it, hut
all to no purpose
About 5 months
after it became
it running bore.
Soon other sores
formed, lie then
had two of them
on each hand,
and as his blood
and more im
time for them to
came ou the chin
1 r hp, which
was very offen
sive. His head
was one solid
incra exeat deal.
This was his
condition at 22
when I under
GRANDSON HARRY LAWRENCE.
Sow 11 years old..
took to care for
him, his mother
havinc died when ho was a little more than a year
Tho above is one of the most gratifying of the
thousands of cures made by the Gutjccha JtEiii
dies, and is conclusive evidence that they not only
cure the worst cases, but cure them for all time.
Hence it is not surprising that mothers and children
blfss the CUTICOHA HCSIKDILS.
CrricrHA, the great skin cure, instantly allays
the most agonizing, itching, and inflamation, clears
tho 8k!n and s-calp of crusts and scales, heals
nicersand sores, and restores the hair. Cuticura
f-oap, tho greatest of skin purifiers and bcauti
liers, is indespensabl in treating skin diseases
nnd baby humors. It produces the whitest, clearest
fckln and softest hands, free from pimples, spot or
blemish. (fUTicuRA Kksolvent, tho new
blood and skin purifier and greatest of humor rcnie-
f , ri'LEP, blackhead1?, chapped, rougli, red, and
1 1-XiL oily skin prevented by Cmct'iiA Soap.
-L. M. CiiJLWFOnD, Manager
THREE XIGIITS AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
Commencing Thursday, April 17th,
A Cyclone of Laughter,
Mirth and Merriment J
TnE LITTLE MAGNET.
In a Repertoire of Musical Comedies.
Thursday, April 17th, In tho Greatest of all Protean
Triday, April 16, tho Domestic Comedy,
OR, THE OTHER HALF.
Saturday Afternoon, April 19th, Grand Family
Saturday Night, April 19,
OR, BETWEEN THE FLASHES.
N. B. Tho prices during tills engagement will bo
reduced to 2ft, 35 nnd M cents.
Sale of seats commences Mond.iv.
April Uth, at
Don't send east for your roses and bed
ding plants before calling at Charles P.
Mueller's greenhouses, West Twenty-third
fatrcet. dl29 Gt
Roses and bedding plants nt
Mueller's, West Twenty-third
st. dlLJ Gt
The Kansas & Texas Coal company have
a fine .supply of anthracite nut coal. 129 It
Come to the popular departmen, store of
John E. Watkin's, :S03 East Oak, and seo
tho elegant fast black snttccn you can buy
for 20c. Figured satteens you pay 15c for,
we sell you for lHc; a 12c sattccn wo
tell you at lie. Come and sco for Yourself
that wo make the lowest prices. d12S Gt
Mor e-Cnt Rates.
Commencing April 3, the Missouri Pa
cific railway will sell tickets to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver for $7.50 from
Wichita. Call at Missouri Pacific ticket
office, 137 North Main street, if you wnnt
cheap rates to all points. HG-tf
SpcaklnK ofTort Worth Spring Talace.
You can buy round trip tickets via Santa
Fo Route, at one faro, to Ft. Worth, anv
timo between May S and 2S, and have until
June a to return.
In Ft. AVorrh yon can purchase excur
sion tickets at a low rate to points reached
via Santa Fe ronto in that state. Ft.
Worth is tho gateway of Texas. Ouco in
side the gat evorv facility will bo given
for looking around. This'is an important
fact for land seekers and health seekers.
A chean way to pee Texas. Inquire of
local agent, Santa Fe route, or write to G.
T. Nicholson, G. P. A; T. A., Topeka, Kan.
Cobs for sale at the Zephvr mills, $1.25
per load delh ered. Telephone 109. GO tf
Selling: Out Picture.
Now is the time and 114 North Market
Ft root is tho placo to buy thorn cheap. Just
received a new lino of mouldings, tho
latent out. 127-3
Are you going west' Are you going
eat? If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points City ticket office. 100 East
Douglas avenue, comer Main street.
. 110 tf
To the Most popular Dress Maker or
Seamstress in the city of Wichita a
Pir.e tilk Warp JJlack Henrietta Dress
every person purchasing to the
amount of f0o -will lo entitled to one
vote, purchasing $1. -' votes. $5.10
votes. 10, 20 votes and so on. The
purchaser tell the sales person "what
dress maker or seamstress she wishes
to vote for. The sales person then
deposits the vote in the box and .Tune
1st the "box will he opened and the
dressmaker or seamstress who has the
most votes will he presented with the i
llnest silk warp Mack drape de Almo '
Henrietta ever shown in this city, she
also receives trimmings for "same.
22iery lady who has :i preference fori
dressmakers can show their approci-
lion now by huylnjr her jroods at the
ilobe and cast a ballot for her friend. !
J very dressmaker or seamstress v ho !
have many ;roods to buy for their
. ust outers can now easily w in a line
prize by sending or commjr to the i
trloue to cast a ballot for herself, i
Come on, try your luck aud -win the
GLOBE Dry Goods House
M. B. C01IN, Prop.
old, of consumption (scrofula, of course). He could
walk a little, but could not get up if he fell down,
and could not move when in bed, having no use of
his hands. I Immediately commenced with the
Cuticura Remedies, using all freely. One sore
af tpr another healed, a bony matter forming in each
one of these five deep ones just before healing, which
would finally grow loose and were taken out; then
they would heal rapidly, one of those ugly bone
formations I preserved. After taking a dozen and a
half bottles he was completely cured, and is now, at
the ago of six years, a strong and healthy child.
3IRS. E. S. DHIGGS,
C12 E. Clay street Bloomlngton, 111.
The child was really In a worse condition than he
appeared to his grandmother, who, being with him
every day, became accustomed to the disease.
Sept. 13, 1SSS. Xo return of disease to date.
E. S. D.
Your letter of inquiry in regard to tho permanency
of tho cure (by the Cuticuha Remedies), of my
llttlo grandson, was duly received, and 1 am happy
to tay he remains perfectly well, and has no sores
and no signs of scrofula. If he gets a cut or bruise
it heals readily and the child is well.
MRS. E. S. DRIGGS,
612 E. Clay street, Bloomlngton, 111.
Teh. 7. 1690.
dies, cleanses the blood of all Impurities and poison
ous elements, nnd thus remo es the CAUSE. Hence
the Ccticuua Remedies cure every species of tor
turing, humiliating. Itching, burning, scaly, and
pimply diseases of the skin, scalp, and blood, with
loss of hair and all humors, blotches, eruptions,
sores, scales, and crusts, whether simple, scrofulous
or hereditary, when physicians and all other reme
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c; Soai
2.")C; Resolvent, ?1. Prepared by the Pottei:
Drug asd Chemical Corporation; Boston.
JT"Sendfor "How to Cure Skin Diseases," W
pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials, with
full directions for home treatment.
BA T VJQskln an1 ?r;llP purified and beaut
AD1 O lied by Cuticura Soap. Abso
Japanese music is cruae; tnero are no
written notes to go by in playing, nor has tho
singer any "Do, Re, Aii" to depend on. One
learns to sing and play by observation, imi
tation and practice. Instrumental and vocal
music aro always taught together, nnd by the
'samo instructor, who is either a lady or a
blind man who has received a musical degree.
Tho singular method of practicing by a
young lady, intent upon cultivating her
voice, is thus described by tho author of "A
During tho winier tho girl in training
clothes herself comfortably, takes a samiseu
a banjo with a square body, played with a
plectrum of ivory and ascends every cold
night the scaffold erected on the roof of the
house for drying purposes.
There she sit3 for hours amid tho blasts,
singing and banging away, until she can en
dure it no longer. Upon coming down, she
is found to bo so hoarse as to bo unable to
utter a word.
This training is persisted in until her nat
ural voice has left her, and a new, clear voice
lias been acquired, which can be heard in a
storm. Tho girl screams her worthless voice
out and away. This barbarous training, ac
cording to the author, has produced many an
Apollo in Japan. Youth's Companion.
"Why Servants Sao Their Employers.
"You would bo surprised to know tho num
ber of rich people who have to bo sued by
thoir serants to secure thoir back wage,"
said tho clerk of a district court tho other
duy; "and what is more, tho fault lies chiefly
with the wives of tho rich men. As girls they
were brought up in luxury, with no relative
idea of the valuo of money, and as wives their
ideas of finances have not changed.
"Tho average man of wealth makes an al
lowance to his wife for household expenses.
Sho contracts bills for personal raiments or
for tho entertainment which exceed the
amount she hud anticipated. Her prido re
strains her from confessing her shortage,
and the only avenue for retrenchment is
found in delaying the payment of her serv
ants' wages; and in many cases tho first inti
mation ho has of his wife's indebtedness is
when a court summons makes its appearanco
at the house." Cor. Minneapolis Journal
Tho Boy AYho YThMles.
Those who have never traveled with tho boy
whovhistle3 cannot appreciate the torture
that loy is capable of inflicting. Ho is gen
erally in tho rear of tho car somewhere you
can never just locate him but ten to ono'ho
is out on tho platform, lie never stop1? to
take breath and is always a poor artist.
Passengers got uneasy, nervous, mad; one
man shouts, "Shut up!" while another adds,
"Come outside, my boy, and I'll show you
how entertaining 1 can be." The powder is
wasted, the target untouchable, and tho thin
whistle continues to pipe out a medley of the
boy's musical reflections. Chicago Times.
Three hours the quickest
Lissouri Pacific railway.
to St. Louis
charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The Wichita Eagle,
d"l tf Wichita, Kansas.
Sll 10 to St. Xouls. Via the Frisco Line.
Commencing Monday, March 10, the St.
Louis & San Francisco railway will sell
tickets to St. Louis at $11.10 one way.
Free reclining chair cars in morning and
night trains and Pullman sleeping airs in
both morning and uight trains, through
without change. y? tf
LuYNI) OFFICE BL.ANKS.
We have a full line of land office blanks
of all description.-. Orders will lie filled
and tent by return express. See list of
blanks on another page.
This oflice is prewired to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
use Coop blanks, which are the onlv
blanks printed that have been approved bj"
the land eommiaiouer at Washington.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
19 y. 2i a yjr, lrzcixira..
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
ITS A COMBINATION 77 OUT.
W. T. BISHOP &
10 ) )
Jut J5LHHI tn.
Smoke the Lafayette!
Economy in CoaL,
A correspondent dwells upon the all im
portant plan of placing carefully tha half
burnt lumps to the front of the grate, and
then putting the fresh coal at tho back,
whenever the fire is "made up," taking care
not (as most servants do) to put any coal on
any flame there may happen to be, but at
the back of it, as by that means you main
tain a cheerful fire, benefit by tho rays of
beat given off from the flame and live coals
while the fresh is lighting, prevent in some
cases your chimney smoking, and make some
of the smoko from tho fresh coal burn (a con
siderable saving), and which would otherwise
cause your chimney to require sweeping the
Ten Thousand Dollars a Hay.
Francisco Sanchez, alias Lagartijo, is prob
ably the most daring, skillful bull fighter
that ever lived. His handling of tho wild
and savage bulls of Jarama is something
marvelous. He now seldom appears, 10,C00
being the price demanded and secured in ad
vance for each performance. He is a very
great pet with tho Spanish nobility, is very
rich, and was the warm pergonal friend of
the late King Alfonso. "
Mother My boy, I didn't mean to whip
you so hard.
Willie (who has been stealing jam) That's
all right, ma. I didn't get quito enough jam
anyhow, and I'll go and get a little more.
New York Sun.
A Natural Query.
Alaid (to woodman) What are you gather
ing? "Woodman Soap bark, miss.
Maid Oh, how queer 1 Do you get it off
the scrub oaks? Chatter.
A Loni;, Hard Task.
"I wonder what Short is driving at nowl
He seems to be very busy of late."
"Yes; ho has just drawn a prize in the lot
tery, and is going around paying up all his
debts." Lowell Citizen.
Discussing a Xew Blank Book.
Bookkeeper Tho binder has got this now
ledger ruled in a very funny way.
Proprietor (looking at the book) Yes, it
seems to bo humorously ink lined. Yeno
Who says figures never lie? M M
s -i cs o f,'trhr
This ponder never vnnrs. A mrrvel of purity,
strength and !ioli,-omeno More economical
than the ordinary Jdnda and cannot be sold in oin
petitlon with the u.ultitudi of low test short weight
alum or phosphate powders. old only in cias.
Royal Baking Powder Co.. VA Wall St. N. V.
Free Reclininji Chair Car Services to Denver
and Return, vi the Santa I"e Route.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fc are
now running daily free reclining chair cars
on their night train to Denver. Passen
gers leaving Wichita at 4:30 p. m., will
arrive at Pueblo for breakfast the next
morning, Colorado Springs at 10:30 a. m.,
and Denver for dinner. In addition tofiee
reclining chair car service Pullman reser
vation may be had upon application at
union ticket ollice and union depot.
W. D. Murdoch,
dlOl tf Pass, and ticket agent.
Atlice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, alhiys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twentv-fivecents a
bottle. (104 tf w4G tf
Those in corresnondence with friends in
the east who contemplate visiting Wichita
on business or pleasure in the near future,
should be advised of the series of home
seekers excursions to be run by the popu
lar Frisco line from St. Louis to Wichita
on April 23. Mav '20. September 9, Septem
ber 23 and October 14, 181)0.
These tickets are good to return thirty
days from date of sale and are sold at the
extremely low rate of one fare for the
round trip. The Frisco line is the only
line running two daily express trains
between St. Louis and Wichita without
change. D. Wishakt.
General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, ATo.
rino Flavins Cards.
Send ten (10) cents in stamns or coin to
John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago. Kock Island & Pacific
Kailway, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards that ever glad
dened the eyes and rippled along the lin
gers of the devotee to seven-up. casino.
Dutch, euchre, whist, or any other ancient
or modern came, and getyour money's
worth live times over.
Mrs. Jav How did yon get a girl that
bake such good bread"?
Mrs. Gay Buy Imperial flour and you
will always have delicious bread and your
girl will never leave you. 110-tf
The popular department store of John
E. Watkin's. 303 East Oak. near Lawrence.
is an open enemy of high prices, and will
sell more goods below the regular price
than any house in the city. dl2S Gt
Kmljrratlon to the West.
If you have friends in the east who con
template coming west, or if you are going
east, remember you can save time and
money, likewise your friends, by buying
tickets over the Missouri Pacific railway,
the shortest line between St. Louis and
Wichita by 4S miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is the only line
giving ou choice of two routes, either via
Kansas City or Fort Scott. Elegant free
reclining chair cars between Wichita and
St. Louis, also between Kansas City and
Wichita, without change of cars. Pull-
your tickets read ia the Missouri Pacific
railway and thus save annoyance of
changing cars and unnecessary delav i
Remember also that no charges are made
by porters for riding in chair cars. These
pcr.ers are paid by the company and are
not allowed to charge any one, be they
local or throusrh rtassenijers. Thev
hired to attend to tne wants of the travel-1
Uty ticket oflice, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. Bleckley.
Passenger and Ticket Aent.
H. C. Towxsexd.
Gene-rel Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. lttaf
Workiac men. Ton can bav iewas n&nte.
overalls, workinsr shirts, socks, snsoenders;
handkerchiefs. c. at the lowest pri t 1
the popular department stow of John E. I
SOKS, KEW STOEE, S. W.
ANOTHER AUCTION LOT
New York, ZG2 Broadway.
To T. Ij. For & Son, "Wichita, Kan.
"Ship today an auction lot of lace cnrtalnswhite
gootis ana Deaa wraps; half value." J . a. J: ex.
The above from J. B.For, our New York partner,
explains itself. The roods axe here.
100 pair laco curtains, -worth $1.75
per paii, at 75 cents.
One case beautiful Challies at 4J
1000 yards India linen, worth 7Kc,
at 4 cents.
2000 yards India linen, worth 12Kc
at 7 cents. -
1500 yards India linen, 40-inch wide,
worth 20c, at 13 cents.
500 yards prints, all at 4 cents.
100 head wraps at $1.55, worth 2.25.
50 heat wraps at $1.S9; worth 3.50.
50 head wraps at $3.50, worth 7.50.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
Webster's Encyclopaedia, 10 inches
by 12)i inches, given away.
Will be on sale April 11th.
Another Reduction via Santa Fo Route.
Commencing Tuesday, March 23, the
Santa Fe will sell first class limited tickets
to Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver and
intermediate points, at $b.2o. Free chair
from Newton. Pullman reservation may
be obtained by calling at 122 North Main
street, and at new union depot, corner
Fifth and Douglas avenues.
111-tf W. D. Murdock, Agent.
Commencing Sunday, March 23, the
Great Rock Island route will place in
service between Kansas City and Denver
their new and magnificent dining cars,
"Pence de Leon," "Delmonte" and Ray
mond." Passengers leaving Wichita on
the morning trains for Pueblo, Colorado
Springs and Denver will be served with
dinner and supper on these trains. 110-tf
Ladies, don't fail to get our low prices
on shoes. We handle the Wichita Shoe
Factory's goods. Give them a trial. You
will find our prices very low. The Popu
lar Department Store, 303 East Oak. dl26Gt
row i? the Time to Go East or "West.
Read the following cut rates via the
"Great Rock Maud Route:"
To Chicago $14.10, first class
To Chicago 11.10, second class
To Denver $7.50, first class
To Colorado Springs $7.50, first class
To Pueblo $7.50, first class
Corresponding low rates to intermediate
points aud points beyond. Ticket oilices,
100 PJast Douglas avenue, corner Main
street, and at Passenger station. 110 tf
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cents
per hundred. 23tf
Mrs. Newcomer What flour shall I use?
Mrs. Goodtaste Imperial, by all means.
Mrs. Newcomer Who makes it
Mrs. Goodtaste Oliver & Imboden Co.
Mrs. Newcomer Who sells it?
Mrs. Goodtaste All grocers. 116-tf
H. 31. Trueheart. John Adriance. Lucian Jllnor
n. 51. TRUEIEEART & CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
At Galveston, Texas.
SSTAllLISHKD IX 1S57.
Galveston is the Seaport that is and is to be for the
Great Northwest. Information and maps furnished.
Visitors invited to call at our oflice. dl29-ocd-lin
DISSOLUTION OF FAFt'LXERSHIP.
(The senior member will retire.)
$40,000 "WORTH OP
Purchased expressly for thi3 season's
trade will be
Closed Out at Actual Cost
SMITH & STOVER,
144 NORTH MAIN" ST.
2H North Mae? Stp.eet.
-ITevr Spring Goods at Bottom Prioee.-
WHOLES AIL ASD RETAIL
Corn-r F;rt Street and Lawrence Atbb.
a. ni,-, - . ... (Ito. i- itiu Bauo-o v.
t-'ro-ui, i.tcin..! artners. i
Sfor in and ? us Wp rra -1 jn I -s
of cofft eTerv iay and jrr.Li - ? ; v t - . " ;
enstomt-r? "Wlf t;5 Tor S-e wtf-r.i
1'' r fnh l ,7 n? ;-. '
S? J)e ErT a' tT J- i""
c I ruiiT, '2m ikitik'U i
The Finest 5 Cent Cigar
C0BH FffiST AXD MAIN STEEEOS
'Kis I JL
to $3 Per Day.
GRAPHED and Printed Letter
Heads. Note Heads. Envelopes. Busi
ness Cards, Weddimr and Party Invi
tations, Calllnc Cards, Luncheon
Cards. Bonds, Mortgages, Certificatea
rt Stock, etx. at tho "Wichita Eagle oCce. Wichita.
HOTEL ST. LAWEENCE,
213 X LAWRENCE AVE.
Best $1 00 per day house in the state, most cen
traly located house In the city, new management
and newly furnished. Trancieat rates ?1 10 to f 1 25
per dav. day board (3 CO to $4 00 per week, room and
board $1 50 to f 3 00 per week. Come and try us.
Yard, ill "West Douglas.
Branch offlce 137 North Main. Telephone 122. d!33tt
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artist's Materials, Pictures. Mouldings and Frames,
"Wholesale and retail. Catalogue free.
MAIL ORDERS PR03IPTLY ATTENDED.
E. P. MARTIN, 114 Market St.
W. L W. MILLER,
lermanla Fire Insurance Co., New York.
assets. .Ian. 1, 1O0 $2,905,137
Milwaukee Mechanics Insurance Co. 3111-
wnukee, assets Jan. 1, lttfl 1,(21.1)1
Ii ovidenco - Waihinfrton Insurance Co.,
Providence, aiv'rLs Jan.1, ltM) 1.H4.31G
Peoplo'o Fire Imurance Co., Manchester,
N. II.. nasets Jan. 1. KM C23D8
Security Insuruntn Co., New Haven, Coun.,
assetaJon. 1, UVJO CCO.lM
W. L. W. 3IILLER. Asent.
152 ?T. Market Street, Ground Floor.
Coal, Gravel Roofing", Roofing
TELEPHONE XO. lOi.
IStlt St. aud 4tlt
nlCIIlTA, -.-. KANSAS.
Elevator. Steam Heat. Bath Room. Electric Bell?,
fool Siimple Kooms Lighted by Electricity. Kle
Kiint rooms w itli lialh $2J per duy. Terms J2 and
$.S0 per daj . Flrkt-clissiu all respects.
TnE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY.
Now read v to supply all wishing their Pnre Distill
ed Water ice. at usual prices. Oflice and Fartorv
for. Osatre and 1'earl btreets. We-t side. Order
Hooks at W. W. Pearce 405 East Douglas Ave, and
Occidental Hotel Cor. Second and ilatn.
Telephone So. 212. J. A. SOIIN"
dill tf Secretary.
Makes Prices to Suit the Times.
..II 60 per day
1 Tt?. U-0L'
Boom nnd board 15 to t per "week
dl02 FKAXK WILLIAMS Proprietor.
A Dluius Room Girl
Tos-Il a ItMldenci
To Buy Rel Est to.
To Hunt a Honns.
To Borrow Money.
A Situation and
I Aluny other Thing.
Bead and Advertise in 0ns. 7ant Colnran.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Immigration Committee is hard
at work aud enquiries for K.innd
Iantls are comiriff in from all sides.
Send full description of your farm
with price to
200 H DonglasA-fc. Wiobita, San.
C. 0, PAGE & CO.
Hardware, Stores, Window Glass
Leather and Jiubber Belling.
518 E. Douglas Atc IVihi&u Kan.
JiOAZ & GLLL,
QDfflTAEERS AKD OIBALHERS
Great Surprise for
Red Damask, good
value at 35c.
Colored Border Dam
ask. 55 1
2-inch colored border
half bleached Damask
Eed Napkins 25, 39, 49, and 59c.
All Linen Block Napkins 69, 79, 9S and 99c.
Miraculous but True,
Spot Cash isthe Stuff that h-noclcs Uard-vjt Manufacturers Stilt.
THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME!
With Pleasure ire Announce to our Friend and Patrons and
the Public Generally that Our
Has Arrived and Never Before have We been able to offer such
A Feast of Bargains in Every Department.
Our styles arc the Latest. Bear in mind, n&oldshojtkccpcrsitx
Our Stock, but Everything Bright and New.
faces Simply ParaJizei
Don't Waste Tour Jloncy, but route fo thr (treat Headquarters
For All JIanLind.
illlUVUUi VliU I i
422 EAST DOUGLAS
FEAXCIS WITTAKER & SONS,
ilf'nall I 111 2 ft B
JL viLlJuL e ijLiiJL s U
ri'jwmn ttiuiii 'Wfff.iTnryj, . " '
I cWw sgm-
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
Great Spring Opening
Our openinjr bas beH a wnrceMt in every respect- ThowumxtAs f people
throaswl oar store from morula until It- at alsrkt, ami vrnrm jwrprteeJ at
onr larce and asuortfl stork and low fljrtir. d kpt mr elfrrkii mmy mentor
inir on them. We feel atified that the ppH apprertai tm r eSbrtn. Tki
-h ho con Id not he -waited on - -will rve wpecial Iwlnvfmputm Ucle wi.k,
which will attract the rrowi tilth irrowiatible forrt. th low price f rklck
will Mtirpriaf; the clot bnyr ad ow-e more rt rntr claim to tho naii
age or all who are frearcbin;; for fresh and reliable pood.
Puead the Following Bargains:
800 vaozut mtltm fa all color, frock
ir choice $9 .75. Gotfd worsted aaek
every day soft worth &, at $S.S7. littftf
Our 8 knee panhi suits ai. 96c.
Onr 83.50 knee TpmaX nuts at f9.lt.
Oir $3 kne pasta aoiu ai 1J5$.
Onr $6 knee panta soita at 18.25.
School aad boy muta ith kmp; pania,
from $2.50 tip. 500 pmtr kae paoai to h
siaurhtred ai IB and 25 ceota.
In r,ur prat fnrniahina; jptx4i and hat
dpertiaeot -we have tome rara bmzfodum.
Opair ood brtrrr ock at 25c
A K-od 25c. hwrry Mck. 2 pair for 15c
( "hUdrvaa shirt wsuata worib Si at 15c,
FarjfTr penaaf shirta worth $1.50 at 96c.
WhiU aiarta. hutadried worth 75 at 33,
Iiaibn35an ahsrta asd drxwen wortb
K-d hasdkerchirf) worth 10c. S for 10c.
Htmatiadwd hatwftercoagfit worth 35c
Vjc. aad 73c ailk bmoiluniueU at 85c
Coawf aad e as Witore lMryte
O27 DotxzMt )lzm1 LirTtsx
0U1U'! Golden Eagle, One Price Clothiers
You in this line.
A Q Unbleached Damask
Q Half Bleached Pam-
PQ Fine Bleached Dam
O U ask, worth 1.
Bead and Ponder.
AVE. S. ( JOLDSTE1N.
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS.
OtJJt SPKCIAJCV IS
First-Class Goods !
Star "f Sugar CM JiniL
Pure Mtiiicralal LanL
Rrfrmraled Drcssal Itef.
If your grocer doos not supply
you with our eootls sona us
your address and we will sond
you the name of one that will.
jtnd Fek, worth Tram $12J;otoa,
and frock tmitm worth $10, at $. A eW
aad ChUdrea'e Departfat oMplu.
150 denes Koao collr worth lf& at 4.
Sateen tiaa p at for 35c
A jpxxl Kc mmpmAar tor A,
mmumtl atari worJk T&e. owr price WSc
Wi&MA anafaden, citaap at 9bx at
69 deawn whto dnmakirt, mmkit,
wortfcTSc onr urireafic
ISO doaen aodrrwaac, worife tCc S tor
IW doan eJxt Whr haaa, km
f ai Uk limd, worth uM aad Ut
PAXIs BEPASmtlST- W hurt,
tburn for old aad yonaa; rich aaal ivk at
nrioM front 73 eetam wp to J.
Fn hmiorthm boya; a ba UM im
M ge away wfefc vrary hjs aaat !,
P.& Itail ordaw rataaatty Tt aai,l u.
are yo ahMoy.
A - rr. I Qrom &. C I'fo
kJ i UJlUu.
tli Spring Stock
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