v & -s
2pe ISIMxxta gailxj gacflje: gjesclag i$jcrrmtf& IPatj 20, 18 90
This nowdtr never varies. A marvel of parity,
Ftronfth tnd whol'isomcness. Merc economical
than the ordinary- kinds and cannot bo sold in com
jieUtfcu 1th the multitude of low test, short ei?bt
runm or paosahatc powder, bold only in cans.
Kayal EaVins Powder Co.. 10S Wall St N. Y.
PITS EASY AXD WEARS 17ELL
"MINGO" IS "E&W"
OUR PRICE IS 18C
Those who Ivimclile elown to "E. &
"W.'.s'' copper-bottomoel contract are
compelled to .sell them for 2.1c. "We
fcave you 7 cents on each collar.
Iflli 14!) X MAES ST.
(Furnished by the Deain Abstract Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds yesterday:
Julia A Finlev to Lovina C Jones,
G1-G3 Ida ave, McConrCck's, add. . . .1 000
W S Rogers to Chas P Rich, 1-2-8-0-10
Park ave and 1-3-5-7-9-1 1-Ki Piatt
ave in Jto!?er!s Mib- div. and SI blk
-C" .South University Place add.. SCO
Rufus Cone shf, to II Bachtel, tract
77x150 ft in s e cor lot, 1 blk, Law
rence's add 1 400
Jckn II Stout et al to A M "Wlieere,
s 10 interest in 14 ro 2G Riddle ave,
Stouts add S0O
Hannah Stout to A M AVheets, 2-10
interest in 14 to 2 Riddle ave,
Stouts add 200
Tlie summer campaign is fairly on at
the Brighton. 402 East Douglas, which is
f-erving FrizeH"s ice cream, lemonade, milk
shake, ice tea, buttermilk, along with
many dilectable edible of the kind most
craved for in hot weathor. dl-lt
The celebrated Medicated, Vapor or liar
Jan hot air baths lias cllected so many
ondcrf ul cures. Come all who are suf
fering and be healed of your disease. Give
these baths a trial. Zimmerly building,
Koom "J4, Third lloor. dl 4t cod
J.ool: at This.
The Missouri Pacific will sell tiekets to
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver$4.00.
Kansas City. St. Joseph and Omaha $4.00,
St. Louis only $5.00. All other points cor
respondingly low. Call and get lowest
rates. 137 north Main street Missouri Pa
cific ticket office. Shortest line to St.
Louis by 4S miles. Two hours the quick
est. dl tf
The hotel and Ixith rooms at Chingawasa
Fprings will be leased to the right party
on very favorable term". For particulars
address at once Lock Box G5, Marion, Kau.
The Brighton. 402 East Douglas, is
unique in that there is no place like it in
town. Jt makes cheap, neat and quickly
grveu lmicli" (not Square meal-.") it,
foIo study and business. Legitimate in
every respect and well conducted; it is a
f,ui table place for Indie as well as gentle
men, who desire nice lunches and pleasant
Tho "Wichita Sportsmen's association has
pne share of its stock for sale at S175. Pur
chaser must have the transfer approved by
the as-ociatJon. F. G. Smyth. Jr.,
157 0 President.
Taking effect May 19, 1890. via Santa Fe
route, $4.00 to Pueblo, Canon City, Colo
rado Springs. Denver and intermediate
points, first class, limited. 157tf
Reduction to north and northwestern
points via Santa Fe route in effect Mav 20,
l). "Jinncanolis. St. Paul and Marshall
town, $12.15: Omaha 67.15. 157tf
Will bo our efforts to advance the inter
ests of property owners in the renting and
caie of property. WltlGHT & MlLLEK.
Imperial flour has many imitators but
no rivals. 15ii tf
Trimming hats and bonnets a specialty
at E. A. Kinvon's, 237 2sTorth Main.
Arc you going west9 Are you going
east? If so, lake" tho Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office. 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
Three hours the quickest to St. lyniis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
You will live longer if you eat Better'en
.AiUlrc to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always le used for children teething. It
Potltes the child, softens the gums, alleys
nl! pain, cures wind colic, and is the bet
remedy for diarrhoea. Twentv-fivccents a
bottle, d04 tf w40 tf
Better'en Oatmeal is good for the sick.
Are Ton Going to tlie
Well, be sure and bur yonr
goods at tlie retirinc:. closing out
cost sale aithe GLOBE.
The crowd getting larger every
day. We are clearing things
fast, Bring all your friends. w
M. B. COHN,
GLOBE, 41-8 Douglas Arc
MR. AND MRS. BOWSER.
Mrs. Bowser Tells About a Tain Search
for Gentle Spring.
"Well, get ready!" said Mr. Bowser as he
entered the house the other evening in ap
parent great good humor.
"Who's coming?" I asked.
"Somebody has cornel"
"Xo spring. I fain would sing with the
Oh! the merries, merrie springtime.
With its mauy bads and blossoms!"
"Mr. Bowser, I was already possessed of
the knowledge that spring had appeared."
"Well, get ready. Smith and I have
planned that the two families of us will
take a trip to the green woods to-morrow.
We are going to drive out with his team.
We'll take lunch along and ramble and
cull flowers and climb trees and have a day
"Mr. Bowser, the woods are wet that is,
the ground is wet. There may bo one bud
somewhere within fifty miles of Detroit,
but you won't find it. It is also too early
It was settled that we should go. It had
to be settled that way, of course. Mrs.
Smith came over during the evening and
let me know that fahe was also opposed to
it, but had promised to go for the sake of
the ride out and back. Each of us put up
a lunch, and as soon as breakfast was dis
posed of next morning we were all ready
to go. Mr. Bowser got up tinging some
thing about "the flowers that bloomed in
the wildwood," and even when he found a
cold northeast wind blowing and a winter
overcoat necessary his enthusiasm was not
I noticed that as we passed tree after
tree without sign of buds lie began to hitch
about uneasily. I finally inquired of him:
"Mr. Bowser, how far is it to the green
"You will probably get there when tho
rest of us do," ho sweetly replied, as he
turned up the collar of his overcoat.
We got there at last. That is, we reached
a piece of woods. There was nothing green
about them, and Mr. Smith seemed a bit
disappointed. Mr. Bowser wouldn't give
in, however, but declared that he felt like
a new man. He said that the scent of
wild flowers which came to him curried
him back over a period of twenty years.
We couldn't see any of the flowers men
tioned, but after making the team secure
we set out to look for them. We hadn't
gone five rods before Mr. Smith discovered
a bunch of green moss, and Mr. Bowser
found a leek. These discoveries filled them
with enthusiasm, and they pranced around
like two colts. The only mishap which oc
curred before luncheon was brought about
by Mr. Bowser's friskiness. Ue saw an
old bird's nest on a bush and galloped off
to get it, and falling over a log he brcke
both suspenders, ripped his coat up the
back and covered himself with black dirt.
I helped to brush him off, and ho appeared
to enjoy the joke as much as Smith did,
but as soon as ho could find opportunity
he said to me:
"It has turned out just as I said it would!"
"Well, didn't I tell you it was too early
"No, ma'am! But for you I never should
have thought of coining!"
We ate our luncheon sitting on a log.
The children's teeth chattered as they
waited, and when Mrs. Smith found her
feet wet she insisted that Smith build a
fire. He complied, and was rewarded by
thanks all around and the fall of a few
At that moment a farmer appeared be
fore us, coming out of tho woods, and after
looking tho crowd over he queried:
"What asylum, please?"
"H-how?"' asked Smith.
"What lunatic asylum have you escaped
"We came out for a a picnic."
"Oh! Did von find one?"
"Sorry for you, but I can't have people
building fires and galloping over my land
for nothing. My charges are 2. What's
the matter with vour hired man?"
"Why, him," pointing to Bowser. Bow
ser retorted, and one word led to another
until it took all of us to prevent a fight.
The farmer got his $2, however, and he sat
on the fence as we drove away, and called
out jis a parting shot:
"I'll bet that old daffodil with his neck
driv up had the planning of this campaign."
Tho abovo represents the peaceful and
starry decked sky now covering our family
circle. Mr. Bowser did not leave me and
apply for a divorce, and ho and Smith were
playing euchre together last night.
Stage Manager (to undersized amateur)
No use your studying for Hamlet; you'll
do just as you arc.
Amateur (flattered) Really ?
Manager Certainly; aren't you a littlo
ham now? Yenowine's News.
Didn't ?.Xeun To.
"Let me never hear of your disobeying
me again," said his father, as ho laid the
hair brush aside.
"I w-won't," sobbed Tommy, "if I can
help it. I I didn't t-tell you t-this time."
Miss Giddy I have bought such a lovelj
tablet to hold my p.iper when I writei
What do you write on mostly. Mr. Spacer
Spacer An empty stomach. Lawrence
Mistress Yon must toll them a white
lie, Bridget, and say I have gone out oC
Bridget (to visitors) The mistress says
I must tell yoz a white be, and that she's
gone out of town. Mnnsey's Weekly.
Something in liis Shoes.
Wiggine Why do you limp so, Algy?
Haven't you got something in your shoes?
Baboony (savagely) Yaas; my feet.
A Gm of Thought.
"This war between t:ie League and the
Players Li pretty .sharp, eh?"
"Yes; a case of diamor.d cut diamond."
An Ominous Tip.
Coasumptrv e Looklr g Tramp See here,
my friend, I'm soiicitirg subscriptions for
a tombstone. Won't tu contribute some
thing? Duhne U. P. Brown--With pleasure. I'll
furnish the corpse! American Grocer.
"What Did She 3Toisn?
Mr. Stayer 1 remember when I was a
little chap I used to go out nighte and ring
door bells, aad then ran away.
Miss Frcahie (with sudden animation)
Oh, wbnt-funl Why don't you do that
nnvsr- .Mr. StarosJrHsctei.
', 3 1111
One on Senator Qnay.
At Cleveland they put two cars filled
with Polish immigrants on the rear of our
train, as they had through some accident
been belated, and we sped away for Toledo.
At about 9 o'clock at night a man came
into our car, in which Senator Quay had a
berth, and said:
"Ladies and gentlemen, a child has been
born in one of the immigrant cars. It's a
boy. Although we are in Ohio, I'm a
Pennsylvanian myself, and as Senator
Quay is also on the train it is proposed to
name that boy Quay Langkowski. It has
been proposed that we all chip in and raise
a purse for the boy."
We chipped. Quay saw. our whole pile
and raised it by $5, saying that he should
be proud of the honor, and tho man passed
into the next car. An hour later we learned
that no child had been born, and that the
fellow had raised 75 and dropped off at
some station. New York Sun.
Judge (to witness) You say that the de
fendant was born deaf and dumb, and at
the age of 12 he lost the power of speech.
Will you explain to the court how it was
possible for him to lose the power of speech
when he was already dumb?
Witness When he was 12 years old he
was playing in a sawmill one day and the
buzz saw took off eight of his fingers.
Notice or Dissolution.
To whom it may concern.
The firm of James Gillogly. Son & Co.,
of Wichita, Kansas, has hereby dissolved
partnership bv mutual consent.
James Gilloglt & Sok.
150 3t Ja:.ii:s Moore.
The grub that makes the butterfly
waffles from Imperial flour. 150 tf
To Pertlc Springs, Mo.
This beautiful summer resort is located
on the Missouri Pacific railway a tew
miles from Warrensburg. The Dunkards
will hold their annual convention here,
opening Tuesday, May 20, 1S90. The Mis
souri Pacific will sell tickets from Wich
ita to Pertle Springs and return for one
half the regular fare. Tickets to be sold
May 20 to 2S, good to return to June 25,
1SW. The Missouri Pacific railway is the
only line by which j'ou can reach these
springs. Sleeping cars and chairs run
through from Wichita. City ticket office
137 North Main street. Depot corner Sec
ond and Wichita streets.
E. E. BLrCKLEY,
Passenger and ticket agent, Wichita, Kan.
H. C. Towxsexd, general passenger and
ticket agent, St. Louis, Mo. 150-tf
Protect your country, your home, your
good name, but sure protect your bodies
with clothing and satisfy your hunger
with good bread made from first-class
flour, consequently use A 1, or White
Swan flour. Ask your grocer for it.
d 155 6t
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills, $1.50
per load delivered. Telephone 109. (50 tf
Of Riverside Parle on Wednesday, May
21, at 10 a. m., at door of courthouse, First
and Main streets. Twenty-five acres within
half a mile of the new court house A bar
gain for somebody. d-15443t
Another Keductlon in Kates.
Commencing May 17, the Atchison, To
peka ic Santa Fo will sell tickets to St.
Louis at the rate of $7.15 first class. Take
this route for free chair car and Pullman
sleepers in both morning and night trains.
For sale by all grocers. Try it. A new,
delicate and highly nutricious breakfast
food. Manufactured by C. Eisenmayer M.
&E. Co. d-153-5t
Immigration to tiio West.
If you have friends in the east who con
template coming we-t, or if you are going
east, remember you can save time and
money, likewise your friends, by buying
tickets over the Mi-souri Pacific railway,
the shortest line between St. Louis and
Wichita by4S miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is tlie only line
gi ing you choice of t w o routes, either via
Kansas" City or Fort Scott. Eleirant free
reclining cliair cars between Wichita and
St Louis, also between Kansas City and
Wichita, without change ot cars. Pull
man sleepers on all trains. Be sure that
your tickets read via the Missouri Pacific
railway and thus save annoyance of
changing cars and unnecessary delays.
Remember also that no charges are made
by porters for riding in chair cars. Thee
porters are paid by the company and aie
not allowed to charge any one, be they
local or through passengers. They are
hired to attend to tne wants of the travel
City ticket office, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
H. C. TOWXSEN'D,
Gene.ti:l Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. hx'tf
"Winficld Chautauqua Assembly. .
The fourth annual session ill open at
Island park, June 24, and continue eleven
days. The class work and platform will
be'under the supervision of Rev. B. T.
Yincent. D. D.. of Buffalo, N. Y. The
music will be directed by Prof. George T
Beverly, Erie, Pa. Classes in elocution
and oratorv under Prof. W. W. Carnes, of
Chicago, 111. School of Kindergarten i.i
charge "Of Miss Kuhlman, state normal
school. And stenograpny under Prof.
Yan Wye. Southwest Kansas college. Sun
day school noimal. instruction by Dr. Vin
cent and Prof. Gridley.
Among the prominent lecturers are Rev
George W. Miller. D. D., of Kansas Citv.
A. Miner Griwold, Texas Sittings; Gen
eral Russell A. Alger, commander-in-chief
G. A. R.; Rev. Robert Mclntyre, of Chi
cago; Rev. Dr. Talmage. Brooklyn. Rev
David Winters, D. D . Wichita: Rev R.
T. Savin. D. D . Wiciiita: Rev. P. S IL-d-
son, D. D., Chicago: Piof. T H. Dinsmore, !
Ph. D., Emporia; lion. A. W . Smith. Ale
Pherson: Hon. Ralph Beaumont and Hon.
L. L. Polk, president National Farmers'
Alliance, Washington. D. C.
All railroads w ill .Kcil tickets at one fare
for round trip, good to return July 5.
Special trains can be secured for excursion
parties. Elegant camping, good water,
luxurious shade, splendid boating, tents,
lodging, board, provisions all on the
grounds. Street cars from all depots to
For program, giving particulars, address
A. H. Limerick, Secretary,
155 tf Wmfield, Kansas.
Only S1.62 to Topeka and Kemrn. via. the
Great Uwt Island Kouie.
For the Knights of Pythias and their
friends who wish to attend the meeting of
the Grand Lodge at Topeka. the Great
Rock Island Route will make a rate of
$4.t! for the round trip. Tickets to be
sold Mav 17 to 22, inclusive. Good for re
turn on or before the 27th. Trains leave
Wichita at 9 n. m. and 9:55 p. m. Free re
clining chair cars on both morning and
night trains, and Pullman sieepers on all
night trains. The members of the differ
ent lodges in Wichita and -icimty have
selected the Rock Island as their official
route. City ticket office 100 East Douglas
avenue, corner Main street. Passenger
station corner Douglas and Mead avenue.
dl53 7t Ticket Agent.
Truth is stronger than fiction and life is
not a dream, but a reality. Good Jiving
makes life a pleasure, is conducive to
health, is promotive of sleep and rest. To
test the rf alnv of thr Use the A 1. High
Patent and Vhite Swan llonrs and your
slumlwrs will be restful and your awaken
ing on the morrow will b with increased
joy and vigor. 155 6t
A IMrther Ked action tit lasjrrr liates via.
the Sto Fe Itmiie.
Commencing May Ijfth the Atchiraw.
Topeka: Santa Fe ill seil first -ctas
limited tickets from Wiehita w Chicago
and intermediate points at the rate of 59 lu
Rates east of Chicago will be made un thi.
basis ud free chair cars o morning and
night trains and the Santa is the only
line running Pullman sleepers from Wk-h-ita
via Kans titr on morning and night
trains. CitT ticket office 122 north Main
street and Ccioc daiMK Fifth aad Doucias
ave 153 tf
Our last weeks special suit sale has been a great suc
cess and therefore we have concluded to continue it for
one more week. We still have a good assortment in
sacks and frocks, round and straight cuts, in worsteds,
cheviouts and cassimeres3 at the astonishing low price of
COME AND BE
422 EAST DOUG-LAS
17 ? WATF0 I?
Te L. ITOX & SON".
It's all stuff about goods going up. Our resident partner in)
2s ew York lias been able to buy goods cheaper than ever before.
Remember we guarantee our prices lower than any house in
25 pieces China Silk, worth 50c.
100 pieces French Satteens,
worth 35c and 40c.
2.000 yards Challes, worth 8c
100 dozen Gents' Linen Collars,
worth 15c to 20c. From New York
A i 9p 1,00 yalcIs Prints worth
100 pair lace curtains, worth
1,000 Gauze Vests.
SS.15 to Varrcnslmrff, 3Io and ltctura Via
For tho annual meeting of German Bap
tists at Warrensburp, Mo., the Great Rock
Island will sell tickets via Kansas City at
one fare for the round trip. Tickets to bo
sold 3Iay 20th to 2Sth and good for return
on or before June 2.". lfcOO. Free reclining
chair car on both morning and night
trains. Pullman sleeping cars on all ninht
trains,. City ticket onice 100 East Douglas
avenue, corner of ATain street. Passenger
station corner Douglas and Mead avenues.
U. A. ItCTIIEIIFORD,
dir-llt Ticket Agent.
Better'en Oatmeal will cure dyspepsia.
Cheaper Tli.ui Walkinjj.
Commencing today, May 1G, rates to St.
Louis will be 7.10, Chicago Z'J.W first class
via tho Missouri Pacific Railway, the
Shortest lino to St. Louis by forty-eight
miles, the quickest by over two hours.
Also very low rates to "Pueblo and Denver
and other western points. Call at 137
lorth Main street, Missouri Pacific ticket
office, wheie vou can get the cheapest
tickets in town and it will take you via the
shortest and most diiect route. Day train
for St. Louis leaves at 12:20 p. m., arrives
at St. Louis next morning at 0:40. Mis
souri Pacific railway solid trains between
Wichita and Kansas City. ioTi-tf
Excursion to Warrensburg, Mo., for the
German B iptists and their friends. The
Atchison. Topeka A: Satita Fe railroad will
sell round trip tickets via Kansas City, at
one fare. Sale commences May tiO, contin
ueing until May 2.S, inclusive, with return
limit until J une 2.5. Reclining chair cars
in morning and night trains and the only
line running Pullman cars to Kansas City
in morning and night trains. Ticket office
122 North Main street and union passen
ger station, Douglas and Fifth avenue.
dlol-lbt W. D. Murdoch,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
A handsome lithograph map of t!ii citv. contain
ing the name ot all the strct ts, parks colleges and
public bulMIng. hotels etc. A complete map
twelve bv iltteen inches on linen paper, can be had
at this olhcelor lUctnts ciJj.
$2 to $3 Per Day.
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artfef? Matrtal, Ptetcre JJouldlacs aad Frame.
Wholesale and retU. ejatalocne free
HAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
F. P. MARTIN, 114 Market St.
-2H North lUn? Stbett.
Ftt Spring Goods at BoUom Prices.
THE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY
N-o tJt :o -ipr-5y Ail wiahlnc ? Pwr Dt"t.
Book .7 W 1 i.--e Uto - Irts f. mftd
OvcwWat iUAcl e . - -c..ji jm
v v ity
CLG-ARS I CIGAES ! CIGARS !
to3 i la
W. T. BLSHOP
me-Price Clothing Co,
AVE. . S. GOLDSTEIN.
Given Away X5S&&
tionaro and Encyclopedia.
1,000 yards Outing, worth 15c to
1,000 pjiir Stainless Hose.
50 Bead Wraps, worth ?2.50
Gold Tipped Parasols.
100 pieces French Gingham,
worth 28c to 35c.
T. L. FOX & SON.
Surffcoii, Oculist and Aurist
154 X 3IAIX ST., WICIIITA, KAN'.
The doctor gives special attention
to the treatment of all diseases of the
EYE. including the scientific adjust
ment of glas&es to correct imperfect
CATAEACT removed and sight re
stored to many who have heen totally
CROSS EYES straightened in one
SOKE EYES cured without the use
of caustics or other harmful agents.
AET1E1CIALEYES carefally select
ed and applied.
DEAFNESS All curaule cases of
deafness promptly cured.
GLASSES Only those who have had
a thorough training should attempt
to lit glasses, lest they do the patient
more harm than good. Many cases of
nervousness, irritability, insomina,
lieadache, vertigo and seeming htu
pidity in children are due to defective
vision and are removed at once oy the
application of proper glasses.
Doctor Purely has achieved a suc
cess little less than phenominal as a
general surgeon, treating with great
success deformities, club foot, curva
ture of the spine, hip joint disease,
white swelling, diseases of the hone,
cancer, ulcers, tumors, old sores, hair
lip, facial blemishes, skin and blood
diseases, etc. Syphiles absolutely
cured. Doctor Purely was late pro
fessor of surgery in the Wichita Mcili
cal Cedlege and Surgeon to St. Francis
Hospital, having relinquished the
above possitions in order to devote his
entire time to his specialties.
N. JJ. Superfluous hair, facial blem
ishes, mole's, etc.. removed by elec
tricity. Correspondence solicited.
K. F. PURDY, M. D.
SETON & STEWART
jiAXcrAcrrnEns or pcnx
RrTMEDE, HARPER COUNTY,
The waters manufactured by this
nm a,-n tn hn ihi niiioi? in AVicliitn. nt.
I the Carev Hotel and through Messrs.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Tinmiffratlon Committee Is hard
nt work and enquiries for Kansas
Ianls arc coming in from all sides.
Send full description of your farm
with price to
Smitlison & Co.
200 E. Douela3Ave- "frichiU, Ean.
to Suit the
(SMS ntAXK TftlLUAJfa VtSCiUK.
& SOKS, 2EW STORE, S.
Some Specials this week
At 35 Cents.
15 pieces black English henri
ettaSj 3S inches wide, great
At 15 Cents.
20 pieces double width English
debege, just the thing ior wrap
pers;" very cheap.
15, 16iand 18c
An elegant line of Dragon black
organdies, fast black.
At 12 Cents.
50 different designs in fancy
THE WICHITA OVERALL A3JD SHIRT MANUFACTUKIXG CO.,
JIANVFACTCKERS -VXD JOBBERS OF
Overalls, Jeans, Cassimere and Cottonatle Pants; Dnctc Lined Coats and Vests;
Pancy Flannel and Cotton Overshirts: Canton Flannel
Undershirts, Drawers, Etc.
Faclorv and Salesroom 139 X. Topeka, "Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
Xmm-an. -rm.cm-rVW pp.. ., - yT
FRANCIS VlirmXER & SONS.
PORK : AM : BE
, u jgej. u ... -? .,-. -
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
C. 0. PAGE & CO,
Hardware, Stores, Wiiulmr Glasa
Leather and Rubber Jivlting.
518 E. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kan.
I Yard. Ul VSmt. iMneiu.
Erxiicb offlce ttt North Mala TtfopliRe Mt. AVttX
WE KNOCK ALL
We have too many nits on hand and in ordr to reduce
them we will offer ?!:, SJ5, Sift and 'X) suits
Take this opportnnity and bay yoursnits now, vra hare
fifty different styles to oiler. Come early and
eeenre these bargains. We will sell all
other goods in proportion.
One-Price Clothiers, Douglas & Lawrence. I. GROSS & CO.
O-prloT rT riall rm TTo
W. CORNER FIRST AND
that may Interest you.
At 121 Cents.
One lot of white goods, embroi
dering, lacee corns, lace plaids,
satin stripes, worth from 18c to
23c, choice of lot 12 l-2c
At 18 Cents.
Lot of fine French Satinet,
never sold under 25 to 30a
At 69 Cents.
10 pieces extra fine satin dam.
ask, (bleached) usual price $1.
1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 2.69.
Buys the best line of mens'
shoes shown in the city.
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS,
OUR SPECIALTY IS
First-Class Goods I
Slar "W" Sugar Cured Meals.
Pure Unadulterated Laid.
Refrigerated Dressed Beef.
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you with our goods send us
your address and wo will snd
vou the name of one that will.
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