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Igfte WLitkiiK gnilvf fprjgje: Jfetoffagf XammQ, Jril 26, 18-90.
ss Itching Skin Diseases
Scratched every night until the skin -was raw. Body covered with scales
like spots of mortar. An awful spectacle. Disease, eczema and psoriasis com
bined. Consulted physicians in vain. No hope of recovery, hears of CUTI
OUBA REMEDIES, uses them, obtains immediate relief, and in five weeks is
completely cured. Skin now as clear as a "bady's. 2f. B. This cure was ef
fected Sept. 21, 18S7, and is confirmed hy letter. Feb. 21, 1S90.
Cured "by Cnticnra
I am going to tell you of the extraordinary cure
your Cutxcctia Rfmedies performed on mc.
About tho 1st
of April last I
coming out all
ner my body,
nothing or it
luter on, hen
It began to
look like spcts
off in layers,
until I was
raw, then the
TIPVt. nilit rh
again. In vain
did I consult
all the doctors
In thp rnnntrv
ntil A ,. ,.I
f,, j ing up all hope
jf happened to
ysevi an adier-
newspaper about your Cent ciu. Reiildils, and
Alngle application of the CirncxniA RrMEDiES
instantly relie es the most agonizing eczemas and
itching skin diseases, and points to a speedy, per
manent, and economical cuic
Ccticuka, the great skin cure, instantly allays
the most agonizing, itching, and inflamatlon, clears
i no skin ana scalp or every trace of disease heals
ulcers and Fores, removes crusts and scales, and
restores the hair. CtmccRA Soap tho
greatest of skin purifiers and beautlflers.
Is indespeusabl in treating skin diseases
and baby humors. It produces tho whitest, clearest
nan ana hottest hands, free from pimples, i-pot or
blemish. Cuticura Rr.soLVE.vr. tho new
blood and skin'purifler and greatest of humor reme-
"PT TTLES. blackheads, chapped, rough, red. and
J- JLJLU. oll skin pi evented bj CCTICURA Soap.
V o M. Li. Crawford, Manager
Two Nights and Saturday Matinee, Commencing
Tridaj , April 23.
- BROF. : GENTRY'S
CO Wonderfully Educated
DOGS AST P01STIES!
Will give three of tho grandest entertainments
e er seen in America.
An Educational Festival.
A World of Wonder.
A Gold Mine of Fun
Admission-Children l.c, adults 25 and 35 cents.
Secure your t-eats In advance and avoid tho rush.
REE OPEN AIR CONCERT
EVERT EVENIG AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Hamlin's Wizard Oil Concert and
On the vacant lots cornrr of Market and Williams
streets opposite Goveroment building.
FUN AND MUSIC.
Refined Specialties, Farcial Comedies Vocal and
Instrumental Music of the highest order and a
general lino of comedy by tho company.
Rand concern on the lot nt 7-"i0. Ovemturo by tho
orchestra at 7 45 Performance commences nt S.
Free to all. Comfortable seats 10c
(Furnished by the Dcam Abstract Co.)
The -following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in tho office of the
register of deeds yesterday:
Cynthia A Weathers to James B
-Moore trustee 52 to 70 "Willis ave
llnrvcv's "Walnut Grove 2500
Mary E McLaughlin to DrJ 13 Itfc-
.Laughhn 14 to 18 lurst ave Akins'
Elliott; Chase to National Life Asso
ciation 03 to 07 Ellis ave Strong's
II H Andrews to Henry Schweiter 9
to 15 Harry bt Schweiter's sub
H II Andrews to Henrv Schweiter SO
bS Laura ave "Wollman's 1200
L J Cromartie to Henry V tshepard
127 to 185 Texas ave city
Perry A Gordon to Herman Dreisvogt
10 Court M; city
Arthur Sullivan to Donald McMur
ehy 125x330 ft in ne corner nw or 32
Jackson Shank to T K McCeau 027 to
031 Jackson ave Greiifenstein's 7th
L J Talley to -Mary E Sailor 170 172
Market st city
Maggie Tajlor'to Elliott Chase 03 to
07 Ellis ave Strong's add
J F Boyd to Alliance Trust Co 2
Mosely ave Stausbery's add no con
Vouug Horses for Sale.
Anyone desiring finely bred colts coming
2 and 3 year old, unbroken, (both sexes)
will find givat bargains at the LX farm on
Bluff creek, near Caldwell, where 150 head
may be seen. Tho sires are thoroughbreds
and trotting horses of high pedigree. The
colts will make t ylish and fast drivers
and excellent saddlers.
The American Pastoral Compa'st.
The stockholders of the Sedgwick Loan
H Investment company will please take
notice that there will bo a stockholders'
meeting at tho office of the Sedgwick Loan
.r Investment company, in "Wichita, Kan.,
Monday, May 5, 1S00, at 2 o'clock, p. m.,
for the purpose of electing officer-, for the
ensuing year, and such other business as
may come before tho meeting.
13S it G. A. Hatfield, Sec'y.
Largest Millinery Deal anj; Con-
com icct o St. Louis Ever
10000 hat bought at an immense sac-1
riilee will be sold at the Great Douglas ,
Avenue Dry GoodsBnranr this season.
Hats of all kinds, of all styles, of all
prices. Jlats at 1.1c, hats at 25c, hats
at 50c; worth 2. 3, 3, 4, 5. 6 limes the
money. Come and see them.
SPECIAL 10 pieces Henrietta, silk
finish, guaranteed imported French
Henrietta, in ten shades; value $1.00,
our price G2&.
M. B. COHN,
GLOBE, 418 Dowlas Arc
tk-T- &?- js
purchased them from my druggist, and obtained al
most immediate relief. I began to notice that the
scaly eruptions gradually dropped off and disappear
ed one by one, and have been fully cured. I had the
disease thirteen months before I began taking the
Clticdha Remedies, and in four or fl e w eeks -n as
entirely cured. My disease was eczema and psoria
sis. I recommended the CCTiccrtA Remedies to all
in my vicinity, and I know of a gieat many who
have taken them, and thank me for tho knowledge
of them, especially mothers who have babes with
scaly eruptions on their heads and bodies. I cannot
express In words my thanks to j on. My body was
coi ered with scales, and J was an awful spectacle to
behold. Xow my skin Is as nice and clear as a
babj's. GEO. COTEV,
MEimiLL, Wis., Sept. 21, 1S37.
I confirm my cure of Srpt. 21. 1SS7, and cannot, in
words, express the thanks I ow e you for so great a
skin remedy. It is without fail a blessing to man
kind. I send you by mail, today, my photograph.
That you may continue to pprform these great cures
with jour gnat Cuticuisa Remedies is the earnest
desire and w ish Of yours,
Merrill, Wis., Feb. 21, 1S90.
dies, cleanses the blood of all impurities and poison
ous elements, and thus remo es the cause. Henco
theCcTiccRA Remedies cure eery species of
agonizing, 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 contagious, when the best physicians and all
other remedies fall.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c.: Soap
25c.; Resolvent, u. Prepared by the Potter
Drug axd Chemical Corporation-. Boston.
Z25endfor "How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
T A T"VQSkin and Scalp purified and beaut
JLxAJL J- O lied by Cuticura soap, auso
I in.imn'TTn nnmTniT-wrjuraT.-n..,.ii..Fmr.n,ri1-ri
Eind and cruel is her plcy,
Fierce and pcntlo both is ahe
Fickle as tho winds astray,
Constant ns tho heat ens be;
Her caprices without number
Every shape and color take.
Sometimes joyous, sometimes somber;
Smiles and tears together wake.
Child sho is, and woman, too:
Naught more mild cr harsh can bo.
What! you think I bpeak of you?
Nay! I'm talking of tho sea.
Kbw 'tis troubled, now 'tis calm;
Now it soothes like song of birds
Often angry, then like balm,
Lisping sweet and loving words.
Devil 'tis and angel bright.
Now inviting, now repelling,
Its fair face and blue eyes light;
Woo men down to death's cold dwelling:;
Naught more mild or harsh can be.
Wound it gives, but heaUng, too;
Whatl you think I mean the sea?
Dearest, nay! I speak of you I
Tit for Tat.
Cross-examining Counsel Isn't your hus
band a buoglar?
Cross-examining Counsel And didn't you
know he was a burglar when you married
Witness Yes; but I was getting a littlo
old, and I had to choose bet een a burglar
and a lawyer, so what else could I do?
Connoisseurs of Laces.
Mrs. "W. B. and Mrs. J. J. Astor, Mrs. Ger
ard and Mrs. A. T. Stowart were, it is said,
unquestionably tho most thorough connois
eurs of real laco m the United States. They
rando the subject a master of constant, care
ful study, and were as devoted to research
and contemplation as are collector in other
branches of fine art as painting music and
sculpture. New York Star.
partnership hitherto existing bc
A. Covington and ?. E. Williams,
doing business as A. Covington & Co., is
hereby dissolved. A. Covington. 113S 3
Spcaklnc ori'ort "Worth Spring Palace.
You can buy round trip ticketsvia Santa
Fo Rout, at one fare, to Ft. Worth, anv
time between May S and 28, and have until
June ." to return.
In Ft. Worth you can purchase excur
sion tickets at a low rate to points reached
via Santa Fe ioute m that state. Ft.
Worth is tho gateway of Texas. Once in
side tho gate, every lacility will be given
for looking around. This is an important
fact for land seekers and health seekers.
A cheap way to see Texas. Inquire of
local agent, Santa Fe route, or write to G.
T. Nicholson, G. P. &. T. A., Topeka, Kan.
Commencing Sunday, March 23, the
Great Kock Island route will place in
service between Kansas Citv and Denver
tneir new and magniiicent dining cars,
"Pence do 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
Three hours the quickest to St
Missouri Pacific railway.
Ailrlce to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teethine. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, alleys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twentv-fivecents a
bottle. dtk tf w40 tf
Now Is the Itmo to Go Iast or West.
Read the following cut rates via the
"Great Hock Island ltoute:"
To Chicago $14.10, first class
To Chicago S11.10, second class
To Denver 7.r0, first class
To Colorado Springs ifT.JK), first class
To Pueblo $7.50, first class
Corresponding low rates to intermediate
points and iwints beyond. Ticket offices,
100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street, and at Passenger station. 110 tf
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
349 y. x.-ixx at. jricnxra..
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled Demand 25 Eaeh.
IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT.
W. T. BISHOP &
AN EARLY CROCUS,
HU Confidence Was Not Misplaced and
Vinmanlty Is All Right.
"Can I 6peak with you?" queried a hat
less, coatless man as he stopped a patrol
man on Adams avenue west at 10 o'clock
"I have been shamefully abused, sah.
I have had my confidence in humanity
"Well, I was right over there when a
man came along and 6aid he would fight
me for blood. I am no fighter, sah."
"I sought to impress this fact on his
mind, but he refused to impress. He
called me a liah, sah."
"And he slapped my jaws, sah."
"Then I determined to fight him, sah
to wreck his physical system in about
two minutes, sah."
"I lait1 aside me hat and coat to pro
ceed, sah, when he grabbed them and ran
away. Did you evah heah the likes of it,
"Hardly ever. What's this on the
grass? Why, here's your hat and coatl"
"So I see, sah so I see."
"Then he couldn't have run away with
"Humph! I guess you are off."
"May be, sah may be. I thank you,
sah thank you ever so much, and I will
now go my way. Confidence was not
misplaced humanity is all right. Good
night, sah good night." Detroit Free
"Why He Couldn't Bo Found.
Judge You have been searching for
this man for a long time, I believe?
Detective Yes, your honor.
J. And could find no trace of him
D. No, your honor.
J. Where did you find him?
D. He was working in a store that
does not advertise. Boston Courier.
A farmer and his wife, on their first
visit to the Capitol at Montpelier, Vt.,
paused before the statue of Ethan Allen.
They gazed long and thoughtfully at it,
till finally the silence was broken by the
husband. "Well, mother," he said, "I
alius thought Ethan Allen was a hoss."
Somothin Ho Could Recommend.
His wig blew off and was captured
and leturned by a handsome young lady,
to whom the old gentleman wittily
and graciously acknowledged his obliga
tion with "A thousand thanks, my dear.
You are by far the most satisfactory
hair rpstovrr T ovpr tried." Texas Sift-
Thir now dor nerer varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and ivholesotneness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds and cannot be 'old in com
petition with the multitude oflou test short weintrt
alum or phosphate pow ders. Sold onlv In cans.
Itoyal Ealdns Powder Co., 106 Wall St. N. Y.
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills, $1.23
per load delivered. Telephone 169. CO tf
Colonel Bain will lecture in the M. E.
church Saturday night. Tickets on sale at
Robinson & Champions and Hyde &
Humble's. Price 25 cents. 130 3t
"Frisco J,inc" to St. Louis and the East.
The best, quickest and most direct line
from Wichita to St. Louis and all princi
pal eastern, southeastern and northern
The Frisco line runs two daily express
trains from Wichita to St. Louis without
change, equipped with Pullman palace
sleepers and free reclining chair cars. No
other line does it. Cloe connections in St.
Louis union depot with solid vestibule ex
press trains, without change, to Chicago,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pitts
burg, Philadelphia, Xew York and Boston.
The popularity of this line being uni
versally ackuowledged by all competitors,
all passenger trains of other railway lines
entering Wichita from the north, south
and west arrive in time to connect with
the Frisco line fast express trains to the
If you cannot purchase through tickets
reading via Frisco line from your starting
point, it will pay you to purchase to Wich
ita in order to secure the advantages and
comforts of this line.
For further information regarding rates,
time, connections and through reservation
of sleeping car accommodations call upon
or address W. D. Murdock, ticket agent,
122 North Main street, orDouglas avenue
union depot. D. Wishakt,
Gen. Pass. Agent,
d56-tf t-t. Louis, Mo
Emigration to the West.
If vou have friends in the eat who con-
template coming west, or if you are goinglTTp fOYQT T TPP POVP f V
m. remember vou can save time and i XLU VJiilOlALj 1UU UUJILV X
money, likewise vour friends, bv bimns
ticket over the Missouri Pacific railway,
the shorte-t line between St. Louis and
Wichita by 4S miles and over. Tw o hours
the quickest time. This is the only line
living j ou choice of two routes, either via
Kaiwis City or Fort Scott. Klegaut free
reclining chair cars between Wit hita and
St LoniK. aKo between Kansas City and
Wichita, without chantre of car. Pidl
man letperb on all trains. Be sure that
your tickets read via the Mis--ouri Pacific
railway and thus save annovance
changing cars and unnecessary delays.
T?PTllnii'r nlcnrlinf-. -nn rlifirrt T mnrf .
hv nnrtr fnr "HlTirr in rliftiT jtn: Thccft
porters are paid by the company and are
not allowed to charge any one. be they
local or through pfcsengers. They are
hired to attend to the wants of the travel
lity ticket office, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. K. BLECKLET.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
H. C. TOWXSED.
Gene-rsl Pasenqer and Ticket Acent,
St. Louis, Mo. " Kctf
Are you going west Are you soing
east If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest RccommodRtions and Iowe$ rates
to all points City ticket office. 1(0 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
CIGARS ! CIGARS !
Trial Order: .01
SONS, SEW STOEE. S. W.
ANOTHER AUCTION LOT
yew Tort, 3G2 Broadway.
To T. L-. Fox & Son, Wichita. Kan.
"Sliip today un auction lot of lace curtains, white
goods and bead wraps; halt value." J. B. Fox.
The above from J. B. Fox, our s"ew TorS partner,
explains itself. The (roods are hpre.
100 pair lace curtains, worth $1.75
per pair, at 75 cents.
One case beautiful Challies at 4
1000 yards India linen, worth. 7Kc5
at 4 cents.
2000 yards India linenworth 12Kc.
at iji cents.
1500 yards India linen, 40-incb, wide,
worth 20c, at l.J cents.
500 yards prints, all at 4K cents.
100 bead wraps at $1.55, worth. 2.25.
50 beat wraps at $1.S9; worth 3.50.
50 bead wraps at $3.50, worth 7.50.
"Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
Webster's Encyclopaedia, 10 inches
by 12K inches, given away.
Will be on sale April lltli.
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
Fine Playins Cards.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin to
John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
Kailwav, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards that ever glad
dened the eyes and rippled along the lin
gers ot tne devotee to seven-up, casino.
Dutch, euchre, whist, or any other ancient
or modern game, and get your money's
worth five times over.
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cents
per hundred. 23tf
Keep This for Futnre Itcferenec.
The Fort Scoft, Wichita & Western rail
way "Missouri Pacific Route" is the only
line running solid trains through from
Wichita to Kansas City and St. Louis.
Leaving Wichita at 9:13 p". ni. j ou arrive at
Kansas city next morning at 7 o'clock.
Pullman palace sleeping and free reclin
ing chair care through to Kansas City and
St. Louis without change. Remember if
you go via the Fort Scott Route you are
not dependent on main une connections at
Junction Point, but you go right thiough
on solid trains. This is the only route
whose main hue runs through Wichita.
All trains are made up here and run
through solid to Kansas City to St. Louis.
It is the shortest line by forty-eight miles
and two hours the, quickest. Two trains
daily to St. Louis and all points east.
Ticket office 137 North Main sti eet. Depot
corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent, 137 North
Main street, Wichita? Kan.
H. C. Towxsexd,
G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
The regular county examination for
teachers will be held at Lewis' academy,
Saturday, April 20, 1890. The examination
will begin at 8:30 a. m. D. S. Pekce.
County Superintendent of Schools,
d 133-lOt wO-lt
rreo Inclining Chair Car Servico to Denver
and Keturn, via the Santa Fo Route.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe are j
now running daily liee 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
leclining chair car service Pullman reser
vation may be had upon application at
union ticket office and union depot.
W. D. Murdock,
dlOl tf Pass, and ticket agent
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The Wichita Eagle,
dl tf Wichita, Kansas.
CUT WITH THE KXIFE.
And Knocked Ont on tho Very Tirst Round.
The Missouri Pacific railway knocked
them all silly when it announced cut rates
to St. Louis and Pueblo.
Remember, commencing March 7th,
cheap lates will go into effect to St. Louis
and points beyond, also to Pueblo. Denver
and other western points via the Missouri
If ou are coinc east, west, north or
south, buy your ticks via tho Missouri
It is the shortest line to St Louis by 4S
miles and over two hours the quickest.
Elegant new reclining chair cars iust re
ceived from the Pullman Co., on all trains.
These chairs are free to all patorons of
the Missouri Pacific railway. Come and
get our rates. We are here to stay. City
ticket office 137 Xorth Main street. Depot
corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Blecklet,
Passenger and Ticket Agent, 137 Xorth
Don't forget the low rates to Chicago,
St. Louis, Denver, Pueblo and Colorado
Springs via the Great Reck Island. 110 tf
This office is prepared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
use Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
Notv-t-mwIv to apply-all wishing- taelr Pure Dfetni
eA Water Ice. at umxiI pnee. Office ami Factorr
Cor. 0ee and Pearl rtroet'. West lde. Ordr
Books at W. W. Pearc tOft Easi DocsUs Ave, juj4
Occidental Hotel Cor. cCODd aad Main
FelPDhone :vo 2J2. J. A. 011
W,--r s -,"s
jF 5Y --; , ttS -
Jzakes B rices to Suit the Times.
TraBK4a: rate . J15?prAr
iMytMnnl.. J I per sows
Hoern ind bean! .. . t(S"jw wt
U FKAXK WILLIAMS Proprietor.
wSSn. SK I
CORNER HBST A2TD MAIN STREETS.
DISSOLUTION OF PAETKERSHIP.
(Tho senior member will retired
$40,000 WORTH OF
Purchased expressly for this season's
trade will bo
Closed Ont at Actual Cost
SMITH & STOVER,
144 NORTH MAIN" ST.
Excursion to Kingman, Kan.
Saturday, April 26, on account of the
71st anniversary of the I. O. O. F. One
fare for the round triy $1.35 via the
Wichita & Western railroad. A special
train w ill be provided on this occasion,
which will include, in its equipment, a
free parlor chair car for the ladies; also
lir&t-class day coaches. As this is the
principal meeting for southwestern Kan
sas, thousands of the order will attend,
and there will be a grand display made by
the order. Wichita Canton will attend,
taking with them the Wichita band. For
tickets apply at city ticket office, 123
North Main street, and union depot. Fifth
and Douglas avenues. Train will leave
the union depot at about 9 a. m. dl34-5t
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.
WHOLESAIL AND HETAII.
Corner First Street and Tjtvrrence Avenue.
Chicaco Yards. 35th and Iron streets, Chicago. W
A. bmuh, fcjie-man. Oeo. U. Pratt and Geo. D.
Cross, Kealdent Pat tners. 113
214 NonTn Mart Street.
-Hew Spring Goods at Bottom Prices.
$2 to $3 Per Day.
L Yard. Ml West DouglM.
Branch office 137 North Main. Telephone ISi. dl3t
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Immigration Committee is hard
at work and enquiries for Kansas
Lands are coming in from all sides.
Send full description of your farm
with price to
200 E. Douglas Ave,. Wichita, Zan.
C. 0. PAGE & CO.
Hardivarc, Stoves, Windoiv Glass
Leather and Rubber Belting.
518 E. Douglas Aye., Wichita, Kan.
TKLKPHON'E 2S&. ,
TO ART DEALERS AM -ARTISTS.
Artist's M&terlAla, Pictures. Moaldlnps and Fraraw,
Wholesale and retail. Ciialoirue fres.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTIiT ATTEXDED.
E. P. MARTO, 114 Market St.
SETON & STEWART
man rTAcrriiriis or reus
BCTCCYJLEDE. HARPER COUNTY,
The waters manufactured by this
firm are to be obtained In Wichita at
the Carey Hotel and through. Jfossra.
H JL Tnn John Arirteace. Le4a MJr.
II. M. TRUKIEEABT & CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
At Galveton, Tesaa.
GnlT,tnc i tJ At 1 ftd it to l Ur U
Gnit NorO.w- iaormUm d cam tnMei. j
VWttoc- teniae u ciil st ear aOce. dCMii-tas i
Smithson t Co.
Call on Us!
50 pair lace curtains 36
inches wide, at 69c a pair.
46 pair lace cmtains 3
yards long 3S inches wide
(taped) at 139c a pair.
57 pair lace curtains 50
inches wide SI yards long
taped, at 169 a pair.
34 pah lace curtains 3
yards long 52 inches wide,
elegant designs at 19S a
Remember we furnish
your mail orders.
EEAKCIS WITTAKER & SONS
i- ' y- i' -j i i i .A - ' -
f !! j. -! I ...,. ' ,, ' '""' ' ' -"
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!
Ladies, This is For You.
Clothe Your Boys and Children Xow.
Bear in Mind, the Clianee of a Lifetime!
73 cents for a nobby little light suit, worth $1.50.
97 cents for a neat suit, pleated front and back, worth. $2.
113 cents for a stylish little dress milt, worth $2. SO.
123 cents for an elegant worsted suit retails all over for .$3.
197 cents for an all wool Cheviot suit
328 cents. Don't miss tins lot. it
worth from $1.50 to $S.50. Our price
Ages in all styles from 4 to in.
One lot of extra good heavy shirt waiat at lGc or 2 for 25c. Knoo pants
17c up. Uring your big boys with you. AVe have the Bonanzas and boar In
mind we are always the boys' favorite clothiera of Wichita. .
422 EAST DOUGLAS
HAVE YOU A BOY?
Have you ever visited our Bo' Clothing Department?
If not, now is a good time to make your purchase, if you
have a boy in need of clothing. You have undoubtedly
heard of our low prices in Boys' Ready .Made Clothing, ff
not, it's time that you shauld have heard of it. Ve think
there is not a boy in Wichita who does not prefer our cloth
ing to anv other obtainable in this market Bring your
boy to our Boys' Clothing Department; you will be well
pleased with the goods and he happy in wearing thorn.
Our Children's Clothing Department is complete and we
can suit you in prices and qualitj'.
BASE BALL OUTFIT
With Every Boys' and Child's Suit. "
Golden Eagle, One
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44 pah lace curtains 36
inches wide (taped) at 75c
35 lace lace bed setts 66
hy 76 beautiful pattern, 169
45 bed bed setts 72 by 78
very elegant centers, at 1S9
75 cream pillow shams, at
39 a pair.
S5 white pillow shams, 4Sc.
samples on request. Send in
EF : PACKERS,
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS,
OUR SPECIALTY IS
Star "W" Sugar Cured Meals.'
Pure Uu Wed Lard
Rcferafea Dressed W.
If your grocer does not supply
you with our goods send m
your address and wo will send
vou the name of one that will.
elegantly made up, cheap At $4.
e will placo on bale 24S assc
will bo SS.'S.
ne-Price Clothing Co.
AYE. S. GOLDSTEIN.
Aves. 1 Ozmm it C. Prop.
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