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5gfee mXilxiiz pa &'. jfafarrfag ptemitttj, pril 19, 189T3.
Ktuming sores all over Iris "body. Head a solid scab discharging offensive
matter. Hones affected and pieces discnarged. Could not get up if lie fell
down. Could not move in bed, having no use of his liands. One of the most
remarkable among the thousands of cures made by the Cuticura Remedies.
aV. B. This cure was made May 9, 1885, and has remained permanent to date,
Feb. 7, 1S90.
"When six mon'hi oM, the left hand of onrlitUe
pan to swell .and
hurt every np'
arce lxU. We
poulticed It, hut
all to no purpose
About 3 months
after It became
a runnlncr sore.
Soon other sores
fcjrmed. ire thtn
had two of them
en each hand,
and as his blood
Ik came more
and more im
pure, it tooklcss
time for them to
break out. A sore
curat on thechin
It L.enth the un
der Up, which
was ery offen
sive. His hfad
was one solid
JnKnKrtatde.il. This was his
condition at 22
when I under
took, to care for
him. his inothiT
GRANDSON HARRY LAWRENCE.
JJ ovv 11 years old.
having died when he was a little more than a year
The above 5s one of the most gratifying of the
thousands of cures made by the Cuticl'HA Rkjik
DIES, and Is conclusive evidence that they not only
cure the worst caes, but euro them for all time.
Hence it 19 not surprising that moUiers and children
Iilessthe Citicuka Ki;.wi:mns.
t LTICL-RA, the great skin cure, instantly allays
the most agonizing, itching, and inflamation, clears
Hie --kin and tcalp of crusts and scales, heals
ulcerhand sores, and restores the hair. Clticcka
Soap, the greatest of bkin purifiers and biauti
Jlers is indespensabl In treating skin diseases
nnd baby humors. It produces the whitest, clearest
jUn and softest hamls, free from pimples, spot or
Memih. Citictra Uesolvkxt. the new
Wood and skin puniler and greatest of humor remo-
P T " 1TLES. blackhead o, chnppp d, rough, red, and
-I -L-Ji- oily skin preenu-d bj l tTicdiA Soai.
L. M. CmwrortD, Manager
TIIREE XIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
Commencing Thursday, April nth,
A Cyclone of Laughter.
.srirUi and Merriment!
THE LITTLE MAGNET,
In a Repertoire of Muical Comedies.
Thursday, April IUh. In the Greatost of all Trotean
rlday, April IS, tho Domestic Comedy,
OR, THE OTHER HALF
EnUirday Afternoon, April 19th, Grand Family
Saturday Night, April 10.
OR, BETWEEN THE TEASHES.
N. B. The prices during this engagement will bo
reduced to 25, 30 and M cents.
Sale of seats commences Monday, April lith.at
o I,. M. Cuawfoud, Manager
ONE NIGHT ONLY. MONDAY. APRIL 21.
GOIXG TO MAKE YOU LAUGH!
The Famous Conquerors of
FUX -. A XI) '-. MUSIC
McCABE A, YOUNG'S
Under the Management of D. W. McCabe.
C oniprising tho mot,t Prominent Talent in tho Min
strel l'rofew-lon. All Performers of
Tom McIn!oh, Tom Brown, John Brewer, Billy
Wh-doni, Henderson Mnith, Matter Willie
Johnson, Mas-tor Snj ton llre er.
A calasyof names innniitionably crent. Thee
f oiiimeiltan- awl Ul other, pre-eminent as Minstrels
will positUol appear together 'with the Adonises of
Mode ni Minstrel .
mccat.k & xovrsa
In the Great Minlrel Tournament.
Watch for Spectacular Street Parade.
'( HAWFOHD GKANno
V o L. M. CuAwroitD, Manager
Wr.DNtI)AY. APHIL 2X
Matinee for Ladies and Children at 3 o'clock.
The Superb Spectacle, Briscoe's
BATTLE : OF : GETTYSBURG!
Thlrty-three Battle Flaw?.
Six Thousand Prisoners,
13,000 Stands of Small Anns.
AimI Win a Glorious Victory.
AdmiMdon K. 35 and 25 cents. Matinee, adnlts
25. children 10 cents.
gabfikIjD post g. a. n.
(Furnished by the Deain Abstract Co.)
The following tnui"fers of real estate
were filed for record in the ollice of tho
register of deeds yesterday:
!L. P. Stunpff to Oswald Lindi, 1 to 7
Mk 1 Wcst Pine street add $ 35
Gt'orge Edwards to Al C Clayton,
tract adjoining 14 Market street
Pavne's add 1
S G Butler to George W Butler. 13-15
Fourth avenue Zunmerly's add 300
T A Morrison to Thomas S Lownian,
nw of nw 34-21) 2 w 1000
GllJJAT SALE OF
Henriettas 2,", 30. 40, 50 and OOe
Biilliantines 10, :?.", 'SO, 30. 4i)c.
Cashmeres JS 1-8, 12 3-2 and 2oc.
Beiges, suirings and novelties
all at low prices.
"We offer 10" trimmed toques,
worth 2.o0, :J.iK) and 3.50, at 9S.
1.23. 1.48 and 1.73 each.
"We offer hundreds of un
t rimmed hats at lo. 2fi. and .Wc.
We are the originators of
liinuniim hats free of charge.
M. B. OOHN,
GLOBE, 418 Dowlas ire
teg i? 3gWgjh
y. j ml
f 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
Cuticuka Remedies, using all freely. One sore
. after another healed, a bony matter forming in each
one of these Ave 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 age of six years, a strong and healthy child.
31KS. E. S. DRIGGS,
G12 E. Clay street., Bloomington, HI,
Tho child was really In a worse condition than he
appeared to his grandmother, who, being with him
eiery day, became accustomed to the disease.
Sept. 13, 1SSS. No return of disease to date.
E. S. D.
Your letter of Inquiry in regard to tho permanency
of the cure (by the CrricntA Remedies), of my
little grandson, was duly received, and I am happy
to say 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 w ell.
MRS. E. S. DRIGGS.
C12 E. Clay street, Bloomington, 111.
Feb. 7. 1S30.
die, cleanses the blood of all impnrities and poison
ous elements, and thus removes the cause. Hence
the Cuticuka Remedies cure etery 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, w hether simple, scrofulous
or hereditary, when physicians and all other reme
f-olu everywhere. Price, Coticcra, 50c.: Soap
J-c. ; hksolvent, 51. Prepared by the Potter
Diiug asu Chemical Cokpoilatio.v, Boston.
ZiTScndtor "How to Cure Skin Diseases," Ci
pages SO illustrations, and 100 testimonials, with
full directions for home treatment.
"P A T)"yjQSk!n and Scalp purified and beaut
-1VJJ I. O lied by CCTKUUA fcOAl'. Abso
To Preserve a Necktio.
Fred Ileweii, who now deals in gentlemen's
furnishing goods in a wholesale way, and
who used to cater to the immaculate youth
of Chicago in the same line, was in a party
when a member of tho group stepped to tho
sdjacent mirror and attempted to adjust his
stubborn necktie. "I can't make It stay in
place," he complained, "and I guess I'll have
to throw it away. It's about time, I think,
because it is worn and all covered with fuzz.''
Ilewen stepped toward the young man, and
regarded the four-in-hand scarf with a critic's
eye. "Tcke it off a moment," ho said, "and
1 11 fix it for you." The young man removed
it and handed it over. Hewen struck a
match, and, when it was burning well, he
held it near tho necktie. Tho flame lapped I
ok tlie fuzz in an instant, and tho tie was re
turned looking as good as new, almost.
"Never throw away fuzzy neckties," said
Fred. "Burn off the fuzz in that way and
you'll get twice the wear out of them."
Henry J. Iluymond's Ilercnlean Eflort.
When Daniel Webster died, tho news first
cams to The Times through its business office.
It was on Sunday morning, and Mr. Jones
at onco started out to find Mr. Raymond.
Tho latter was found on bis way to church,
and came immediately to the office. He lost
no time, but, sitting at his desk, he wrote in
cessantly from 11 a. m. Sunday to 2 o'clock
a. m. Monday, and turned out with his own
pen an obituary sketch of Webster filling six
teen columns of The Times printed in solid
nonpareil type. It was his habit in writing
never to reviso anything he wrote. Page
after page of copy would go into the printers'
hands without interlineation or correction of
any kind. So adniirablo was his story of
Daniel Webster's career that tho Appletous
took the matter and with but little change
published it as a hfe of Webster. Harper's
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
149 S. M.IIX ST . WXCIIITjL.
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled Demand 25 Eaeh.
IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT.
Don't send cast for your roes and bed
diusr plants liofnre cjilhng at Charles P.
Mueller's greenhouse, West Twentv-tliird
street. (1129 Gt
?Ioie Cut Kate-.
Commencing April 3, the Missouri Pa
cific railway will sell tickets to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver for $7.50 from
Wichita. Call at lUissouri Pacific ticket
ollice, 137 North Main street, if you want
cheap rates to all points. " 110-tf
Speakinc of Tort Worth Sprinc Palace.
You can buy round trip tickets via Santa
Fe Route, at one fare, to Ft. AVorth, anv
time between May S and 'JS, and have until
June 3 to return.
In Ft. "Worth you can purchase excur
sion tickets at a low rate to points reached
via Santa Fe route in that state. Ft.
"Worth i.s the gatewav of Texas. Once in
side the gate, everv facility will le uiveu
for looking around. Thi.-.is an important
fact for lanl seekers and health seekers.
A cheap way to se? Texas. Inquire of
local attont. Santa Fe route, or write to G.
T. -NichoLson, G. P. iS: T. A., Topeka. Kaiu
The nopular Bon Ton will open the sea
son today with a varietv of the popular
flavors ot pure hand made ice cream and
ices, and will continue thronsiiout the sea
son to erve the public with their world
renowned pure liand made ice cream.
Orders delivered to all parte of the city t
price to suit the times. Special attention
civen to orders for church '-ocial. parties
and picnics for ice cream and fancv bak
ing. Telephone Xa 3SS. dl322t
Table oilcloth, patent window screen
cloth, picture wire, picture nait, liade
pullx window shades, lambrequin hooks,
carina tek, helf brackets-. helf iaper.
JaikMne& nankins, tinare, aiwl a great
I variety of fancy notions at the popular de-
im 1 1 mt u i More oi .lonil xu. atKin. ,n
Cat Oak street. d!3l-3t
Take the children to the Bon Ton juhI
get a soail dih of hjml luade crvoun today.
Children. accomp;nied bv their jwrent.
.-orvi free of chrge. Don't forgvt tlw
place. tlw popular XUm Ton. 3s"Xorth
.Main. Teljiboi No "J. d'.ti It
i j i t n
bmoie me mmw
W. T. BISHOP &
Mrs. Elder Sniffles Sister, between
you and me, I think young Toodles, the
minister's son, ought to be disciplined. I
don't believe in having such a young ruf
fian in the sanctuary.
Mrs. Deacon Cbadband Land Bakes!
What's he been up to?
Mrs. Elder Sniffles At the oyster sup
per the other night, when they passed
him his stew, he began to takeoff his
coat and vest and said he was a'goin' to
dive for the oyster. America.
A Solid Hesolve.
Green Gates, Esq. fof Brooklyn City,
on Sunday afternoon) I've wheeled him
twice around the park, and three times
across the bridge, but snakes won't make
me wheel him home! Puck.
The Keason Why.
The other day two colored citizens met
on the steps of the Capitol at Washing
ton. One of them angrily exclaimed:
"Misser Jones, if you doan' pay dem
seven dollars de law will be put on you
"Now, doan' be unreasonin'," replied
Jones in a cajoling voice.
"But you's got money in de bank!"
f shouted the first.
"Yes, I know I cud gib a check on de
bank, but I'se got to get a blank check,
borrow pen 'n' ink, put on my specs,
write all ober de check, go down dar to
'dentify you, 'n' figger up the loss of in
teree'; and probably while I was in de
bank some one'd be looking for me on de
street to hire me at fo' dollars a day.
Dese am de chief reasons- why I doan'
want to pay the money for de nex'two
Tho 3Iarvels of Creation.
Jones was giving his eon an object les
son in natural history.
"You see, my boy," said Jones, "how
mysteriously nature, that suspends cocoa
nuts on tree branches a hundred feet
from the ground, to the great annoyance I
of travelers, distributes her gifts. There
is tho humble and slow going turtle, for
example, out of whose shells the best
combs are made, but which in turn is
utterly unable to use them,, not being
able to boast of asinarl hair." Judge.
This powder never varies A marvel of purity,
strencth and wholesomeuess. More economical
than tho ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in com
petition with the multitude of low test horr weight
alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans
ltoyal Baking Powder Co., 11X5 Wall fct. N. Y.
rrcc Heclinlnc Chair Car Service to Denver
and Keturn, ia the Santa I"e Koute.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe are
now running daily Iree reclining cnair 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 to free
reclining chair car service Pullman reser
vation may be had upon application at
union ticket ollice and union depot.
"W. D. MUUDOCK,
dlOl tf Pass, and ticket agent.
Those in correspondence 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 Frico line from St. Louis to "Wichita
on April 23. May 20, September 9, Septem
ber 23 and October 14. 1S0O.
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, Mo.
Fine Playing Cards,
Send ten (lOj cents in stamps or coin to
John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago. Rock Island c Pacific
Kailwav, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards that ever glad
dened the eyes "and rippled along the fin
gers of the "devotee to seven-up, casino.
Dutch, euchre, whist, or any other ancient
or modern game, and get your money's
worth five tunes over.
Mr. Jav How did you get a girt that
bakes such good bread?
Mrs. Gay Buy Imperial flour and von
will ahvajs have delicious bread and your
girl will never leave you. 116-tf
Knilirration to the West.
If you have friends in the east who con
template coming we:-t, or if you are going
east, rvuiember you can save time and
money, likewise your friends, hy buying
tickets over the Missouri Pacific railway,
the shortest line between St. Ijoui htA
Wichita by 4s miles and over Two hours
the quickeVt time. This is the only hn
giving yon choice of two routes, either n
Kansas City or Fort Scott. Elegant fre
reclining chair cars between "Wuh.ta and
St. Louis, also between Kansas City ai.d
"Wichita, without change of cars. Pull
man skf pers on all trains. Be sure t it
yotir ticket read via the Misc-oun Pa. :'f
railway and thius save anmnanee of
changing cars and unueces??ary delav
Ketnember ah-o that no charge are n'V
by porters fur ndiug in chair c.-ir. Tlu -
porters are paid by the company and an
nt allowed to charge any one. t tb'
kcal or through pa.-ensers. Thev ,ir-
hirvtl to attend to the wants of the travel
City ticket office, 337 Xorth Main street,
"Wichita, Kan. K. E. Bleckley.
PaseagCT and Ticket Ajeent.
II. C. TnwssEXn,
GenejRl Passencer ami Tickei Asent,
St Iui. Mo "" IfJtf
i j c
SOS, XE T STORE, a W.
ER AUCTION LOT
m New Yorkv 32 Broadway.
To T. L. ?Fox & Son. Wichita, Kan.
"Ship today an auction lot of lace curtainswhlto
goods andbead wraps; half value." J. E. Fox.
The above from J. B. For, our New York
explains itself. The eoods are here.
100 pair lace curtains, worth $1.75
per pair, at 75 cents. ""
One case oeautiful Challies at y
1000 yards India linen, worth. 7Kc,
at 4. cents.
2000 yards India linen, worth 12Kc
at 7? cents.
1500 yards India linen, 40-incli wide,
worth 20c, at 13 cents.
500 yards prints, all at 4)f cents.
100 bead wraps at $1.55, worth 2..2S.
50 beat wraps at $1.89; worth 3.50.
50 head wraps at $3.50, worth 7.50.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
Webster's Encyclopaedia, 10 inches
hy 12 inches, given away.
Will be on sale April 11th.
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cents
per hundred. 23tf
Another Ilednctlon via Santa FcKoute.
Commencing Tuesday, Alarch 25, the
Santa Fe will sell first class limited tickets
to Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver and
intermediate points at 8.25. Free chair
from Newton. Pullman reservation may
be obtained by calling at 122 Xorth Alain
Btreet, and at new union depot, corner
Fifth and Douglas avenues.
111-tf W. D. MURDOCK, Agent.
Commencing Sunday, Alarch 23, the
Great Rock Island route will place in
service between Kansas City and Denver
their new and InaKnificenc 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
Ifrs. Newcomer What flour shall I use?
INIrs. 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
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, allnys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-iivecents a
bottle. d04 tf w4G tf
Roses and bedding plants at Charles P.
Mueller"s, West Twenty-third st. dl29 (it
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills, $1.25
per load delivered. Telephone IG'J. 00 tf
Are you going west? Are you going
east? If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main fatreet.
n. M. Trueheart. John Adriance. Lncian Minor.
II. M. TRUEHEART & CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
At Galveston, Texas.
I.STABLISnED IN 1S37.
Gnlveston is the Seaport that is and is to be for the
Great Northwest, information and maps fnnili-lied.
Visitors invited to call at our office. dl2U-ocd-lm
DISSOLUTION OF PAPtTXERSHir.
(The senior member will rotlre.i
$40,000 WORTH OF
expressly for this
trade will be
Closed Out at Actual Cost
SMITH & STOVER,
144 NORTH MAIN ST.
214 Nop.th Maw Street.
-2few Spring Goods at Bottom Pricos.-
WHOLESAII. AND RETAIL
rt aid Lawr-e ATrcc,
r.a: ll' "bT.- i e
jof unw.-.er.jsjylr T 1 . -
u-toJtr- "Whj !.- p r 'fi'-r- -
i cheap We wre fco apeaus ffr it;. -.
rifw pots and ara the best m t
j -wolrd. c L Fuller, 302 Doujjl- aver.u-
The Finest 5 Cent Cigar
CORNER FIRST1 AXD MAIN STREETa
$2 to $3 Per Day.
GRAPHED and Printed Letter
Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes Busi
ness Cards. Weddlnj and Party Invi
tations, tailing wrtw, ivcncaecn
Cards, Bonds, Mortgages, Certificates
fft Stock, etc &t the Wichita Eagle office, Wichita,
HOTEL ST. LiWBEXCE,
213 N LAWRENCE AVE.
Best $1 00 per day house in the state, most cen
traly located honse in the city, new management
and newly furnished. Transcient rates II 00 to 1 Z5
eer dav, lay board 53 w to ?t U) per week, room and
oard fi 50 to f 3 W per week. Come and try us.
I Yard, 5U West Douglas.
Branch office 137 North Main. Telephone IK. filSotl
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artist's Materials, Pictures, liooldlnzs nd Frames,
Wholesale and retaU. Catalogue free.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
P. P. MARTIN, 114 Market St.
SETON & STEWART
JIAXUrACTDREHS OF TCRE
RUXjN'TJIEDE, HARPER COUZN'TY,
The waters mannfactnred hy this
firm are to Toe obtained in Wichita at
the Carey Hotel and through Messrs.
Grarel Roofing, Roofing and
TELEPHONE XO. 104.
ISth St. and 4th, Ave. Wichita, Kan.
fnCIIITA, - - - KANSAS.
Elevator, Steam Heat, nath Room. Electrlo Bell,
Good Sample Rooms Ltchted by Electricity. Ele
cant rooms with bath t2SQ per day. Terms $2 and
i2.H) per day. JFlrst-class in all respects.
THE CEYSTAL ICE COMPANY.
N'ow ready to supply all vishlnc their Pure Distill
ed Water ice. at n.ual price. Ofilce and Far ory
Cor. Osaco nnd I'earl t-treets. West Side. Order
Hooks at W. W. I'eareo 405 East Donclas Ave, and
Occidental Hotel C or. second and Main.
lelephono So. 212. J. A. OIIN'
dill tf Secretary.
3Ia7:cs Prices to Suit the Times.
Jl J0 per dav
Day board .tprwffl
I'.oom and board to to JT jur weeE
dHtJ FKANK WILLIAMS Proprietor.
A Dlnlnc Koorn QirL
ToSU a Ke5ldenc
To Bay Kl EUt(
To HcdC a Ilotisr.
To Borrow Money
A Sltnt!oa aad
Many other Tnioes.
Eead and Achrertiso in OnVant Oolnmn.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Jinmisration Committee is hard
nt work antl enquiries for Kansas
Jaiwls are coining in from all side.
Send fall description of your farm
-writli price to
ltnson a lio.
200 E Douglas Atc WioBita, San.
C. 0. PAGE & CO.
Hardware, Stoves. Window Glass
Leather and Iiubber Belting.
51 S E. Douglas Atp.
, Wichita, Kan.
1 BOAZ & CrILI I
1 rMOIAkEfiS ASD EMGLILIIEBS i
69c boys knee pant suits.
S9c boys' blouse knee pant
99c boys1 knee pant suits
Tvitk silverine buckle, pleat
ed back and front.
$1.25 boys' knee pant suits
Boys' Knee Pants at 15,
19, 25, 39 and 49c. All
Best mail order department in the city,
lliraculous but True.
Spot Cash' is the Stuff that JcnocJcs Hard-it p Manufacticrcrs Sillif.
THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME!
With Pleasure we Announce to our Friends and Patrons and
the Public Generally that Our
Grand Mammoth Spring Stock
Has Arrived and Xever Before
Feast of Bargains
Our styles arc the Latest. Bear in mind, no old shoplceepcrs in.
Our Stock, but Everything Bright and New.
Don't Waste Your Money, but
422 EAST DOUGLAS
FAMOUS, One-Price Clothing Co.
FEAXCIS WJIITTAEER & SOXS.
PORK : AND : BE
cr r ig-- ii ff . ' '
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
Great Spring Opening!
Our opening' h bfn a sn-fji la frery rfipct. ThouaBl of people
throngred our store from iMorniiiir until lt' at iilhi, and vrtrt mnrpnti ai
onr larjttt and wortf-d pUm-X and loir Hanr-. uttd kf-pt our elrk bnuy vralt
intr on litem. "S'p feel aatiiel that the pwple apprriat? oar ufS&rttu Tlnn
who ronld not 1m -H-aitK-'d on -wn will fftr pe4al itulnevmrnm tktts vccV,
which will attract th rrowda with trrhitibl forrt, th low pricM of whl i
will pnrprls th eitumtit bnyr aad onr. mora antwri oar claim to tho patron
tuns of all who are searching for frah and reliable zi.
Bead the Following Bargains:
800 mens' suit in all eolors. froeVa ad MM-k, worth from $12JrO i $30.
yoor choice $8.75. fiol wortd Mk-k and frork wait worth J 10, at .$. A good
eTurv dar tmit worth 15, at $.H. noy& and Childrwa'a Dopartraoat m?i9ie.
Our S3 kam pasts mite at 96e.
Our $ZM koee panta mucb st J.50.
Oar $3 knee pante saim $1.S0.
Our $4 knea pant auita at 3.25.
School and bor iraita with km psnls,
from $a.-V op. 5ta pair kne panta to k
?lauiteri at 1 mad 25 oenta.
In our gtit fonuftiuag pda and hut
oV'partment we hav ocn rare bargain.
ti pftim )FA bMvy aock mt 2SSc
A cti V hrtiTy soci, 2 pain for 13c.
( loldn-rw ikbirt -warns worth 83 at 15c
rawT IVrcab ohirta wortaflOstSOc.
"A tuu eiaru, btaadnd wortii 75 at 35c
IlaJ'.nran aturta aad drawets worth
i;-.i hanrlkiFTrhittf worUi Iftc tfor 10r
;n.uhd haodkerchiftfa worth 20c
.1 J ' St-
rt- . iii TV wik iutodktrrhtHM at 5Cr
i onv aH a V &.r- bnfJnx. wj will tf yua woj.
Golden Me, One
tor Oeoflaaaad 1 swmace
Mens' heavy mix sox oc.
Iens' fancy sox 4c
Mens' suspenders 4, 7, 9
Boys' Windsor scarfs 4c.
Mens' blue- handkerchiefs
Mens' red handkfs 3c.
Mens' silk neckwear 12,
15, IS and 25c.
Eead and Ponder.
have 7"e been able to offer such
in Every Department.
come to the Great Headquarters
ATE. S. GOLDSTEIN.
WiCHITA AND ST. LOUIS.
OUJl SPECIALTY IS
First-Glass Goods !
Siar'C Sugar Cured link
Pure Unadulierafed Lard.
Refikeraied Drwi Beef.
If your grocer does not supply
you with our coods send us
your address and we will snd
you the name of one that will.
1.9) down Uaea collars wonh Uc at V.
Nat4n iim jjo at 9 for 2Sc
A QboA 25e mwf &&? t or 4c
Fbaau4 ahirta worth Wc or jrfe &r.
jwoown wmpmAmm, dtasp at sec t
aOQ doam wWto drawsfairiK, hmmdnl,
wort 75c onr nefc a&&
rmmr, wrtk 16&. 3 f-?r
140 downs jipBt dtrbr hwis, hamU
fill silk lined, worth &M and $4. oar
PAjrm JOTEPAJCTMETT Wo hT
tbsm (or old and joonaj rtca aad poor at
pneca from 79 casta j to 7.
Fr fan for tfa boy: a ba9 ball ot
fit tpvo awaj with rr-rj toy oot t rw
I'. h. Mad ordt prftopCy attoodwl to.
m. 1 Qsmm Co. Pati.