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Th! powder never varies. A marvel of parity,
RreneUi and wliolesoinenp-. More economical
thin tho ordinary kinds und cannot be sold In com
petition with thn multitude of low test, short weight
nltrni or phosphate powders. Sold onlr in cans,
lloyal BaUng Powder Co., IOC Wall St. N. Y.
ALl THE LATEST STYLES
149 Jf. 21TJ.JX ST., KICJIIXJL.
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled Demand 25 Eash.
IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT.
IU -VVFORD-GR A-D o
o L. M. CitAvroiiD, Manager
One solid week and Saturday Grand Matinee, com
mencing Monday, May 5th,
HOLDERS COMEDY . COMPANY,
Supporting the Talented Emotional Actress,
MISS MATE STEVEXS,
And the Popular Youns Comedian,
MR. LEWIS A. MABB,
Opening in the ?Iusical Comedy Entitled
A DIAMOND MYSTEEY
Dining the action of tho play the latest songs,
dances and melodys 'will be rendered.
Entire chancre of play each oveninp. A valuable
prize given aw ay each night.
Admission 10, 20, SO and 50 cents. Seats on sale
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract .Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds yesterday:
It E Lawrence to Mary Hitchcock,
s hf se qr 2-27-1 w 2000
It E Lawrence to Suburban Invest
ment Co, 98 lots in city of Wichita 20000
Burton Car Land Co toL A Walton,
Walton 'J-ll blk 10 Burton Car add 14C0
L A Walton to Burton Car Land Co
fl-11 hi k 10 Burton Car add 1
Chrislonher Humble to E B Hull, 22
lots in Bumble's sub 1800
T JI Lane to Edward Edkins, tract
nwqr 20-2G-1 e 100
A T Turkman to J H Lindsay, 21-23 s
hf 10 Hyde's 2500
Andrew Al Myers to Perry B Myers
neqrbwqr 15-27-1 20000
Geo T Foster to H S Poster 1G9-171
Mcp d ave Ransom & Kay's 200
Ruf us Cone, sheriff, to J T Carpenter
tor 37-3S Breise's add Colwich 100
Oak Street Kcal Estate.
I am' at my office on Oak street from S a.
m. to 9:15 a. m., and at 1 p. in. to attend to
any real estate business.
KD2 Geo.Stakk "Miller.
Keep This for 1'uiurc KcfcrcncN.
The Fort Scott, Wichita & Western rail
way "Missouri Pacific Route" is tho only
lino running solid trains through from
Wichita to Kansas City and St. Louis.
Leaving Wichita at 9:15 p. m. you arrive at
Kansas city next morning at 7 o'clock.
Pullman palace sleeping and free reclin
ing chair cars through to Kansas City and
St. Louis without change. Remember if
you go via the Fort Scott Route you are
not dependent, on main line connections at
Junction Point, but you go right through
on solid trains. This is the only route
whose main lino runs through Wichita.
All trains are made up here and run
llirough solid to Kansas City to St. Louis.
It. is the shortest line by forty-eight miles
ind two hours the quickest. Two trains
daily to at. Louis and all points east.
Ticket offico 137 Noith Main street. Depot
corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent, 137 North
Main street, Wichita, Kan.
II. C. TOWXSEXI).
G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
More Cut Kates.
Commencing April 3, the Miouri Pa
cific railway will bell tickets to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denverfor $7.50 from
Wichita. Call at Missouri Pacific ticket
office, 137 Xorth Main street, if jou want
cheap rates to all points. llG-t
Cash! Cash! Cash:
Bo you want money on horses, cows,
wagons, burner, pianos and houshold
goods'? If so call on Rouse & Harper,
Rooms 200 and 201, Sedgwick building.
On May 1 -we will remove our store from
145 Main street to 10G Eat Douglas avenue,
in the room recently occupied bv Merrill's
hhoe store. Edwakd Vail& Co.,
180 0t Jewelers.
Oh, Jennie' I had t he loveliest dream lat
night. I dreamed that George and I were
married, and he gave me a diamond brace
let and a string of gold beads, and pa gave
us his forgivene.ss, and a dear little Iioum?.
with a cunning little veranda, and no
mortgage on it, and Oh, my! What
did j ou dream on? A biscuit" made of
Imperial Hour 1311-tf
H'gMH&jJim 'H-jm jJLLxii.Law JU-um.Liiualluiiaijijini..ijitwM
Bo Sure and see the Globe s
Advertisement on Page
Seven, Sunday, To
M. B. CQHN,
GLOBE, 418 Soiiffk Arc
4. tuftof mignonette, a withered rose!
Numberless foolish hearts havo treasured such;
Sow, as I lift them from their long repose,
They turn to dust and crumble at a touch,
Poor flowers that meant so much!
rhey meant puro love and limitless belief
In summer's faithfulness, in sunny skies;
rhey mean one lonely pans of silent grief,
Just one true tear that in a moment dries,
For even sorrow dies.
So 'with the millions who have hoarded flowers;
The frail love token lasts, the heart's love goes.
Man's vaunted strength of woman's boasted
Are more ephemeral even than the rose,
The frailest flower that blows 1
A -withered rose, a tuft of mignonette!
How passing weak must be the human heart!
For these outlive even love, outlast regret,
Abide even when grim pain, with blunt dart,
Makes ready to depart.
Jefferson on Guyinj;.
Innocent mirth is most desirable, but not
mirth expended at the cost of another's feel
ing; and Salisbury's unfortunate career, ter
minating as it did in sickness and poverty, is
an example of a handsome man, possessed of
fair ability, who by utter disregard of loyal
ty to his manager and of respect for the pub
lic gradually lost the confidence of all who
knew him, and became a neglected wreck.
The practice of guying is unpardonable, and
tho indulgence in it unworthy of an artist or
a gentleman. The. leisure hours passed in a
dressing room or the green room afford am
ple time for an actor's amusement without
inflicting the exuberance of his personal humor
upon the audience. The rehearsals and sub
sequent performances of a play are not his
property, and ho has no right to mutilate,
them. Managers and leading actors are alto
gether too lax in their rebuke of this senseless
and ruinous practice. They should neither
commit tho outrage themselves nor permit it
In others. "Where example leads tho way"
the multitude will follow, and no leader can
rightly claim the respect of his company un
less he shows it to them and tho public. I
have a suspicion that guying begins where
ability leaves off, and that many actors ex
hibit this trifling to conceal their own short
comings. Joseph Jefferson in Century.
A Dream Stransely Fulfilled.
In 1SG2 I lived in tho Shenandoah valley,
and was betrothed to a lieutenant in tho
southern army. On tho 2d of July I ex
pected him homo, but owing to tho irregu
larity of our modes of travel did not know at
what time ho would arrive. I waited until
12 o'clock, and as ho did not como I extin
guished tho light and threw myself upon a
I fell asleep, but awoke with a start, and
found the room dimly lighted and tho lieu
tenant standing beside me, looking ghastly
pale and his uniform stained with blood.
I jumped up and exclaimed: "Oh, Tom,
what is the matter?"
He answered: "I am dead. Go tell my
mother and hurry to tho field. I was mor
tally wounded, and knew you would grieve
less if you could find my body. So I crawled
up on tho hill, under a pine tree, to die."
Then all was dark.
His mother and I went to the battle Sold,
and under an old pine treo wo found him
dead, his uniform stained with blood, just as
I had seen it the night before. Cor. Now
Some Noted lovers of Cats.
Tho famous Dr. Johnson, of England,
seemed to think as much of his cat as a hu
man friend. Cardinal Wolsey, of England,
used to receive tho nobles of the land with
his favorite cat perched upon the arm of his
chair or at the back of his throno. Tho great
statesman of France, Richelieu, once excused
himself from rising to receive a foreign am
bassador because his favorite cat and her
kittens were lying on his robes. Petrarch,
tho great Italian poet, had his favorite cat
embalmed when she died. Among the Egyp
tians cats were embalmed as sacred animals.
Louis XIII of France was a stanch friend of
cats, and at an early age interceded in their
behalf on St. John's day. Mahomet possessed
a cat named Muezza. Oncewhen the pet
was lying asleep on tho sleevo of his gown, he
had tho part cut away rather than disturb
kitty's dreams. Chateaubriand possessed a
cat called by tho euphonious name of Micetto,
a gift from the pope. Ho studied tho habits
of tho cat and imagined that his character
partook of many qualities peculiar to his
pet. Now York Herald.
Ho Collected the IJebt.
A well known dentist tried hard to collect
a bill, but, after many ineffectual efforts,
said to tho debtor: "I do not intend to send
you any more bills, and I don't intend to suo
you; but there is ono thing I want to tell
you. Evory timo you cut off a piece of beef
steak and pass it to your wife I want you to
i emember that sho is not chewing that beef
rtith her teeth, nor with your teeth, but with
my teeth." In two or three days he received
a check. Tho motion of those doubly false
teeth in his wife's mouth was too much for
tho husband. Christian Advocate.
Not Entirely Disinterested.
"Who is that "benevolent looking man
giving away marbles to boys?"
"He is a clothier."
"I suppose he gives them to the lads
because he is fond of young folks?'
"Oh, no; lie does it because he lrno-vs
they will wear the knees of their pants
out playing with them." Chicago Times.
Lady (second floor front) What's this?
Messenger (from drug store) Some
"rough on rats."
Lady Gracious alive, I didn't order
Messeuger The man in the next room
bought it, and told me to bring it up and
tell you to give it to the baby. Jester.
A Zot Art.
He My dear, I understand that the
dime museum is exhibiting a woman
who is 150 vears old.
She Well, what of it?
He I was flunking, my dear, you
might go see her and ask her how to
make pumpkin pie. New York Weekly.
All the Qualifications.
"I have an aunt who is very unfortu
nate,' said Maude. "Sho is slightly deaf
and very near sighted."'
' Gracious !" responded Mamie. ' 'What
a lovely chaperone she would make."
Couldn't IJe Denied.
Mrs. Brown What made you make a
face behind my back?
Little Johnnie Why. ma, you didn't
think I was fool enough to do it before
your face, did you? Epoch.
Poseyboy Miss Sweetlips, I am all in
the dark about you.
MissSwTvtbp? coxYf) I wonder you
don't snatch tho usual privilege, then.
Burling-ion Free Press.
W.- T. BISHOP &
Agonizing, itching, burning and bleed
ing Eczema in its worst states. A
raw sore from head to feet. Hair
gone. Doctors and hospitals fail.
Cured by Cuticura
I am cured of a loathsome disease, eczema. In its
worst stage. I tried different doctors and 'been
throoeh the hospital, but all to no purpose. The
disease covered my whole body from the top of my
e.id to the soles of my feet. 3Iy hair all came out,
eaving me a complete raw sore. After trying every
hing I heard of your CcrriccA Remedies and aftr
using three bottles of CcriccitA Resolvxxt, with.
CtJTiCCRA and CcnctJKA Soap.I find myself cured
at tho cost of about SG. I would not be without tho
CtrrxcuuA Remedies In my house.
ISAAC H. GERMAN. Wurtsboro. X. Y.
Burning' and Itcliins;
I was sick in the fall of 1SS3 with a burning and
itching so bad that in three weeks I was covered
with a rash, and could not sleep nights or work
days. Some doctors thought it might be salt rheum
(eczema), and said they had never seen anything
like it before. I received no help from any of them,
or from any medicine that I could get hold of until
I tried your Cuticura Remedies. After three
weeks' use I was able to work, and kept getting bet
ter, until I am now entirely cured.
C. E. OSMER, Taf tsville, Vt.
I have ued the Cuticuha Revedies success
fully for my baby, w ho was afflicted with eczema
and had buch intense itching that he got no rest day
or night. The itching is gone and my baby is cured,
and is now a healthy, roy-cheeked boy.
MARY KELLERMAXX, Beloit, Kan.
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scalp and blood, with loss of hair, from pimples to
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticuija, oOc.; Soap
25c.; Resolvent, iL Prepared by the Potteu
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CSSendfor "How to Cure Skin Diseases," 61
pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
1)T1 FPLES, blackheads, chapped, rough, red, and
- -tlVL oily skm prevented by Cuticura Soap.
tnd nains. back ache, weak kidneys.
rheumatism, and chest pains relieved in
one minute by tho Cuticura Anti-Pain
Plaster. ' cents.
CUT WITH THK icxirE.
Ami Knocked Out on tho Very Flr.t Round.
The Missouri Pacific railway knocked
them all silly when it announced cut rates
to St. Louis and Pueblo.
Kemember, commencing iMarch 7th, ,
cheap rates will go into eilect to bt. Louis
and points beyond, also to Pueblo, Denver
and other western points via the Missouri
If you are going east, west, north or
south, buy your tides via tho Missouri
It is the shortest line to St. Louis by 48
miles and oer two hours the quickest.
Elegant new reclining chair cars just re
ceived from the Pullman Co., on all trains.
These chairs are free to all patorous of
the Missouri Pacific railway. Come and
get our. rates. We are here to stay. City
ticket office 137 North Main street. Depot
corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bllckxey,
Passenger and Ticket Agent, 137 North
During the last few years there has been
a great rush of travel to tho Pacific coast.
It has seemed at times as if the entire pop
ulation of the eastern and middle states
was determined to settle in the broad inter
ior valley of the San Joaquin, or in some
of the pretty spots near the ocean, from
San Diego northward to San Francisco.
Almost everybody has been interested in
oranges and lemon-, aud real estate.
The Santa Fe route, being the shortest
and best line to the coast, gets the cream
of the passenger traffic.
But we did not intend to advertise Cali
fornia exclusively; we have another object
Today, if there may be said to be a
"boom" anywhere, it is in the Hew South.
Texas, which is half a south and half a
western empire, has felt the rising tide of
business push and enterprise, and, as a
consequence, people are looking to Texas
as they never did before.
Are "you going to Texas this spring?
If so, why not take advantage of the one
fare round trip excursion rate via Santa
Fe route to Fort Worth9 Tickets on sale
May 7, b and 9. good 30 days; al-o on sale
daily from May S to 2S inclusive, limited
until June 3 for return.
This is a cheap rate, made for tho big
show of the j ear, the Fort Worth Spring
Palace, w hich will attract thousands of
visitors from abroad.
Our double daily train service to Texas
("Lone Star Limited" and Galveston Ex
press") affords quick transit and excellent
accommodations. Through Pullman
sleepers and day coaches, Wichita to Fort
Worth, Dallas, Houston, Galveston, and
other principal cities, on day and night
trains. The time fiom Wichita to Fort
Worth is only a tritlo over 15 hours; tho
rate, in dollars and cents, is $11.20.
Persons wishing to go further than Fort
Worth can purchase excursion tickets
from that point to interior Texas tow ns.
For tickets and Pullman reservation
apply at Douglas avenue union pasenger
.station or union ticket office, 122 North
Main street. W. D. MURDOCK.
139 20t Passenger Agent.
One of the best evidences of t lie superi
oritvof Imperial and Tallv-Ho ilour is that
inferior brands are represented "just as
good." They are not. Don't be deceived.
'TriMjo aj ine" to t. I nils and the Tast.
The best, quickest and mot direct lino
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 estibule ex- j
pre-s trains, without chance, to Chicaso,
Louisville. Cincinnati. Cleveland. Pitts- J
burg, Philadelphia. New York and Boston, j
The jwpularity of t his line being uni- !
versaily acknow iedged by all competitors,
all passensrer train" of other railway lines '
entering Wichita from the north, south
and west arrive in time to connect with j
the Frisco line fast express trains to the j
If you cannot purchase through tickets i
reading via Frisco line from your starting
point, it will pay you to purchase to Wict- i
ua m omcr to secure tne aavanuiges anu
For further information rwamlinir rates, i
t r.i.;i !
time, connections and throush re-ervation
of sleeping car accommodations call upon
or sddre V. D. M unlock, ticket acent,
122 North laiu street. orDouglas avenue
union depot. D. Wishaet.
Gen. Pass. Ageat,
dfKi-if St. Louis, ilo
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale bv
The Wichita Eagij:,
d71 tf Wichita, Kansas.
Being in poor health aud not able to at
tend to my practice, I leave for a few
months to rest and tryto.regain ir health.
I leave my practice in the hands of Dr. J.
E. Bennett. 143 X. Main ?t , and would re
quest all inv friends and patron to call on
Dr. Bennett durim
Dil st Hall.
J D 14-!
a Trial Order or Call on IJB!jcfgugA(3.L-E
SOES, 2sEW STORE. S. W.
A handsome lithograph map of this city, contain
ing the names of all tho streets, parks, colleges and
public buildings, hotels, etc A complete map,
twelve by fifteen inches, on linen paper, can be had
at this office for 10 cents each. 45
2 ew Pullman Car on the Santa Ts Route Be
tween. 1 VIcliita and St, Joseph.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail
road are now running in their night train
leaving Wichita at 8:50 p. m. a new combi
nation Pullman sleeping and chair car
Wichita to St. Josehp, through Topeke
and Atchison. This car arrives af Topeka'
at 4:35 a. m. Atchison at 6: 40 a. m. and St.
Joseph 7 o'clock a. m. The Santa Fe is
the only line having this arrangement
from Wichita. W. D. ilURDOCK,
33 tf, Passenger and Ticket Agent.
IiAiND OFFICE BliANICS.
We have a full line of land office blanks
of all descriptions. Orders will be filled
and sent by return express. See list of
blanks on another page.
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 Frisco line from St. Louis to Wichita
on April 23, Hay 20, September 9, Septem
ber 23 and October 14, lc90.
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 dailv express trains
between St. Louis and "Wichita without
change. D. Wishaet.
General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Ala
This office is prepared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection w ith
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
use Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved bj"
the land commissioner at Washington.
Young Horses for Sale.
Anyone desiring finely bred colts coming
2 and 3 years old, unbroken, (both sexes;
will find great bargains at the LX farm on
Bluff creek, near Caldwell, where 150 head
may be seen. The sires are thoroughbreds
and trotting horses of high pedigree. The
colts will make stylish and fast drivers
and excellent saddler?.
The American Pastoral Company,
13S 12t Breeders.
Speaking of rort Worth Spring Palace.
You can buy round trip tickets via Santa
Fe Route, at one fare, to Ft. Worth, any
time between May 8 and 2$, and have until
June 3 to return.
In Ft. Worth you can purchase excur
sion tickets at alow rate to points reached
via Santa Fe route in that state. Ft.
Worth is the gateway of Texas. Once in
side the gate, everv facility 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 Eock 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
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
Advice to 3Iothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, allies
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. T enty-fivecents a
Don't forget the low rates to Chicago,
St. Louis, Den er, Pueblo and Colorado
Springs via the Great Hock Island. 110 tf
Now is the Tlmo to Go East or West.
Read the following cut rates via the
"Great Rock Island Route:"
To Chicago . . .- $14.10, first class
To Chicago 11.10, second class
To Denver ST.HO, first class
To Colorado Springs 7.50, first class
To Pueblo $7.50, first class
Corresponding low rates to intermediate
points and points beyond. Ticket offices,
100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street, aud at Passenger station. 110 tf
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills, $1.50
per load delivered. Telephone 100. 00 tf
Are you going west? Are you going
cast? if so, take tho Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
We want good houses for good tenants.
Have calls for them everv day. Wright &
Miller, 133 N. Main street. 141-3
J'ino Plajlns Card--.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin to
John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
Railway, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards that ever glad
dened the ej es and rippled along the fin
gers of the devotee to seven-up, casino.
Dutch, euchre, whist, or any other ancient
or modern came, and get your money's
worth five times over.
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cents
per hundred. 23tf
Southern excursion rates in effect May
20, via the Frisco line, limited thirty days
for the round trip, at a little more than
ono fare, to the following points: Pme
ville, Kv., Micldlesborough-, Ky., Colnmbia,
Tenu.. Florence, Ala., Decatur, Ala . Mief
field, Ala., Cullman, Ala., Ocan Spring,
!Mis.. Birmingham, Ala., Calera. Ala.,
Evergreen, Ala., Chipley. Fla. Also ex
cursion tickets to Fort Worth via Pari.,
Tex., at one fare for the round trip, bm
ited.lu.ne3. Dates of tale, Alay 7 to 'xh
Immigration to the ffest.
If vou have friends in the east who con
template coming west, or if you are going
east, remember you can 'ave time aim
money, likewie your friend'-, by buying
tickets over the Mi-oun lJacinc railwa .
the shortest line between fct. Ixms and
Wichita bv 4S miles and over,
the Quickest time. This is the
giving you choice of two routes eit her via
Kansas" City or Port Scott. Elegant free
reclining chair cars between Wiemta and
?t. Iuis, ah-o between Kansas Citv and
Tf.-, l.. 1 ,. - -Dll
man sleepers on all trafas Be sur. that
your tickets read via the Mismnn Pacific ;
railway and thus save annoyanco of
changing cars and unnecft ary aeiays.
Remember also that do charges are made f
u uoners lor nuiu
in chair cars. Tbfse
P0.1? pwd J th company and rt
not allowed to charge any one, be they
local or through passengers. iney are
hired to attend to toe wants of the tra el-1
lag public. I
Citv ticket office, 1ST Xorth Main street, !
Wkh'ita, Kan. E. K BtECELET. j
Passenger and Ticket Agent, i
H. C. Towxsexd, j
Geneiwl Passenger and Ticket Asent,
St. Louis, Mo. 13
Free Hocttatnc Chair Car Serriee l ICBTcr
ajwl K!irn. ia the Saute 1 Kewc
The Atchison. Topeka & Santa. Te are
now running dailv free reclining chair c ir i
I on tbear night train to Denver. F:x"i-
arrive at Poeblo for breakfast thenw. '
moraine. Colorado Spring at 1O--10 a. m ,
nH rw.nf.T- t,-,r. itirn-r In addition tofr- .
reclininc chair car enice Iulhiian reser-
vaiion may he baa upwi anpncsuon at
uutun ti k t ofiice and union deprt
I W. D Mt uimjck.
Pass, ai-d ticket ageut.
CORlS7 FIRST AXD MAE5T STREETS. . i
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.
WHOLESAH. AXD RETAIL
Corner First Street and Lawrence Avenue.
Chicago Yards. 33th and Iron, streets, Chicago. W
A. Smith. Salesman. Geo. L. Pratt and Geo. I).
Cross, Resident Partners. 113
214 North Mae Street.
ITew Spring Goods at Bottom Prices.
$2 to $3 Per Day.
I Yard, Ml West Douglas.
Branch office 137 Xorth 3Iain. Telephone 192. dlSStt
NOW IS TH3 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 Ava. "Wichita, Kan.
C. 0. PAGE k CO,
Hardware, Stoves, Window Glass
Leather and Jlubber JBcltina.
518 E. Douglas Ave, Wichita, Kan.
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artist's Materials, Pictures, Mouldings and Frames,
Wholesale and retail. Catalogue Xreo.
MAIL OKDEUS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
E. P. MAKTIN, 114 Market St.
MAXCTACTCREHS OF TURK
RUXXYifEDE, HATiPER COUNTY,
The waters manufactured by this
firm are to be obtained in Wichita at
the Carey Hotel and through Messrs.
Now rrady to supply all wishing their Purf rHtlI
cd Water Ice, at u-ual prices. Oflite and Factory
Cor. tNagf and Pearl streets. Wot Side. Order
Hooks at W. W. Pearce 4(6 East Dowlas Are, and
Occidental Hotel Cor. fvjeond and Main.
lr -lephono Ko. 242. J. A. POH V
(1111 tf Secretary.
II. II. Trneheart. John Adriance. LncUn Minor.
31. M. TRUEIIEAIIT & CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
At Galveston, Texas.
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SPECIAL CUT NEXT TWO DAYS
OQp G!lis, balbriggan undershirts
h j O and drawers, worth 45c
Gents' balbriggan undershirts
and drawers, worth 50c
shirts and drawers, worth 60c
Genis' French balbriggan under
sliirts and drawers.
PQj Gents fine imported balbriggan
Jjj undershirts and drawers, wth 1.
Times are Hard, Tiiat is
WE HA. V E
We Give Yon Just as Good Goods for Half the Money
as When Times were Flash.
PANTS. PANTS. PANTS.
This week we put on sale tho following lots of pants at prices which sur.
pass anything ever before offered to the public:
LOT 1. A good, heavy, cotton working
A better one, worth $1.75, at 7'U.
An extra good worsted pants, well worth $2 at OSc.
A neat dress pants, different colors, worth $S.fli). at $1.39.
An all wool worsted pants, plain orstripud, wsrth .?;. f0. at $1.96.
A strictly all wool cheviot in different colore, in stripes or plaids,
worth $4 at .$L. VS.
An elegant cassimero pants, plain, stripett or plaids, retail all orer
for $5, at $2.07.
These aro great bargains and
422 EAST DOUGLAS
FBAXCIS VJIITTAKER & SONS,
POM " AND ' BRRP
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
1 Read These Bargains,
300 mens suits in all col
ors, frock and sack, worth
;from 12.50 to $20. your
! choice $9.75. Good worsted
sack and frock suits -worth
.-?10 at 5. A good pveryday
Miit worth $5 at 2.S7.
FUN FOR B0YS.iworthll-75al
A Ija4 halt belt and cap f
iven away with every boys'
Our childrens department
( )ur 2.00 knee pants at 98c.
Our 450 knee pants suits
Our 3.oo knee pants suits
j at 1.5a
j Our 6.00 knee paate suits
; at -3.5a
I Bebool and boys 'suits with
long pants from 2.5oup. ooo
pair knee pants to he
Oue-Pnce CkrtMers, Doudas
d Shoes !
Infants dongola shoes.
ftQr Child's dongola shoes, tipped ami
rzJKJ plain, spring hi
A "7 fT Mens' fine low quarter dongola
X 1 U
shoos, worth 3.50.
2 1. Q Mens' fino calf and dongola
.47 shoos, worth 8.30.
Q R n ons' Goodyear welt kangaroo
shoos, worth o.OO.
iTe Make Them Easy for Toil,
pant, worth $1.50 at 66c.
won't last long, so come soon and b
AYE. S. GOLDSTEIN.
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS.
oint specialty is
First-Glass Goods !
Slar "W" Sign Cured Meals.
Puro tinriolieraied Lanl
Refrigerata Dressed Berf.
IX your grocer does not supply
you with our goods acrid, th
your address and we will siid
you the nanio of one that will.
slaughtered at eighteen and
Whito laundried dress
shirts, worth 75c at 38a
White pleated dress shirt
worth $1.50 at 98a
White 0. K. dress shirts
rancy rorcaie bmns.
100 dossen, well worth
$L50 at 50c.
0or FteraiDi Slwrt Stock.
Is too large and we will
make a deep cut in order to
reduce thern. Read for
150 dozen fancy flafhiel
shirts worth 75c at 38c.
120 dozen fancy fUimiel
shirts, worth $1 at 50a
60 doz. silk striped Oannfl
shirts worth $2.50 at $1.40.
64 do. silk striped flamwl
shiits worth $3.50 at $2.
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