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ThJSTWvder never varies. A marvel of pnrlt7,
rfrenirth acd Mhole?oiDcneR?. More economical
than the ordinary kinds jnd cannot be sold in com
petition -oath the multitude of low test, short weight
Alum or phospli.it" tiowdcrs. ?old onlv in cans.
Kuyal HaMnz Ponder Co.. ItW Wall St. N. Y.
FITS EASY AXD WEARS WELL
"MINGO" IS "E&W"
Those -who femicide down to "E. &
W.'s" copper-bottomed, contract are
compelled to sell them for 2oc, We
have you 7 cents on each collar.
(?" The Haiter and Haberdasher,
UUJJ 149 " MAIN ST.
fFurnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds yesterday:
Wilbur Mavne to John Ortli Ese
20-2-:$ V -51 400
Jacob W Kolbs to Chiis H Hunter,
ICO to 12S Washington ave, Hun
Ter's 2nd 1 800
Joseph Knofnoch to Elizabeth Po
land, 0 and 7, blk 7, Goddard 200
Fimeon Priest to Win aI Sutton, 2-4
Cherry ave. Priest's add 600
G H Sumption to Lizzie Sumption,
'3-It Kinpona ave, Zimmerlyls 1200
Frances Howard to Heniv Lehman,
lot 7, blk 10, College Hill add 100
Try the Brighton lunch today. d2 It
Depositors in the savings department of
the Savings Bank of Wichita, will please
present their bank books for the entry of
fcemi-annual interest .Tune 1, 1S00.
d2-10t C. E. CCUTIS, Cashier.
Via Santa Tc Koutc.
Kansas Citv, Atchison, Leavenworth,
Ft Joseph and Omaha ?4. Pueblo, Colo
rado Springs and Denver S4. St Louis So.
Chicago $7. St. Paul $10. Minneapolis
$10. All lirst class, limited. d2 tf
The noon lunch display at the Brighton,
42 East Douglas, is "tasty" in a double
tense. (12 It
JUiolc at -This.
The Missouri Pacific will sell tiekets to
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver$4.00.
Kansas City. St. Joseph and Omaha $4.00,
Ft Louis only ?5.00. All other points cor
respondinglylow. Call and get lowest
rates. Vi7 north Main street Missouri Pa
cihc ticket office. Shortest lino to St.
Louis by 4S milch. Two hours the quick
The hotel and bath rooms at Chingawasa
Fprings will be leased to the right party
on err favorable terms. Eor particulars
address at once Lock Box 05, Marion, Kan.
Tf you hail from metropolitan Wichita
Mm 'should lumh down town at the
Brighton, the jnociel lunch room, 402 East
Douglas, and take an evening dinner at
home. Appetizing lunches served quickly
and cheaply. 12 It
Protect your country, your home, your
good name, but Mire protect your bodies
with clothing and satisfy your hunger
vnh good biead made from first-class
Hour, consequently use A 1, or White
bivau Hour. Ask your grocer ior it.
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills, $1.30
per load delivered. Telephone 1G9. CO tf
Of Riverside Park on Wednesday, May
21 nt 10 a. m., at door of courthouse. First
and Main streets. Tv enty-five acres within
liilf a mile of the new court house A bar
gain lor somebody. d-154-0t
The Wichita Sportsmen's association has
one .share of its stock for sale at $173. Pur
chaser must have the transfer approved by
the association. F. G. Smyth, Ji: ,
157 0 President.
Taking effect May 19. 1S00, via Santa Fo
route, 4.00 to Pueblo, Canon City, Colo
rado Springs, Denver and intermediate
points, first class, limited. 157tf
Imperial flour has inany imitators but
no rivals. 15G tf
At e you going west ? Are you going
cast If so, take the Great Kock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office, 100 Ea.st
Douglas, avenue, corner Main street.
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
You will live longer if you eat Better'en
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
Foothesi-he child, softens the gums, allwys
nil pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea, Twentv-livecents a
Are Ton Going to the
TVoU. be sure and buy your
goods at the rearms:, closing out
cost sale at the G-LDBE. "
ETERYTHiNG AT COST !
The crowd getting larger every
day. We are clearing things
fast, Bring all your friends.
M. B. COHN,
GLOBE, m Douglas Ave
DISHONESTY PAINED HIM.
His Coufidenco in Human Nature Shaken
by an Immlgrrsnt.
"Everything's dead wrong in this world, "
said a shabby man who was sitting on a
park .beach the other day to his companion,
"and I ain't got no confidence in human
nature loft. Everybody is skinnin' every
body else, it seems to me, and geEovino old
fashioned honesty's all gone to the dogs.
This country is so wicked that even the ig
norant immigra'nt sucks in dishonesty with
ids first whiff of Battery air.
"I was a-walking down there only this
morning, when an innocent looking Polo
comes up to me and begins to jabber at me
n the worst attempt at English you ever
" 'What do you want?' eays L taking
;jity on him, for he looked so confused and
" 'Wanta finda inspector man,' says he.
" 'What for?' says I.
" 'Give heem thisa,' says he, pulling a fat
envelope half way out of the inside pocket
of his waistcoat and ramming it back again
in a jiffy.
" 'YvTiat's his name?' says I.
" 'Forgetta,' says the poor devil, with a
most perplexed look. 'De boss will sack
me,' and he began to cry.
"Well, I learned from nis actions and his
horrible words, after a good deal of trouble,
that ho had only been in the country a
month and had got his first job that week.
That the boss sweater for whom he worked
had sent him down to the Battery to do
liver ft letter to a customs inspector whose
name he, the poor Pole, had forgotten.
" 'Let me see the package,' says I; 'can't
you read the address."
" 'No reada,' he says, dolefully, as he
pulled open his waistcoat just far enough
for me to see the top of the letter.
" 'Well, I can't help you,' says I, 'unless
you let me see the address.'
"He was afraid to let it out of his hands
for a minute, but finally I got hold of it
and could tell at a touch that it had a roll
of bills in it. Besides that it was marked
in small characters up in ono corner, '$23;
pay messenger fifty cents.'
" 'Why, it's addressed to me,' says I sur
prised like. 'I've been looking for this all
the morning. It's mighty lucky you found
me. You must be more careful to remem
ber names that are told you after this till
you have learned to read the English. I've
a good mind to tell your boss of your care
lessness.' "The poor creature fairly squirmed with
fear when I said that and begged me not to
" 'Well, I'll not do it this time,' says I
savagely, 'but don't do it again. Here's
your fifty cents. Now get back as quick as
you can and say to your boss that I said it
would be all right.'
"As soon as ho was gone I opened the en
velope, and would you believe it, there was
nothing insido but paper.
"How kin a man retain any confidence in
human natur' under such discouragement?
Me? Bunco Pete skinned by a greasy im
migrant just landed! Tha perfesh wanta
protection just as bad as any other trade
from European pauper competition." New
Wayfarer Did you make this coffee
Good Samaritan No; the servant made
it, of course.
Wayfarer I thought not. If you had I
would not be obliged to ask for more su
gar. Munsey's Weekly.
Between the dances:
Mr. Malaprop Two charming girls,
aren't they? And so industrious, too! Miss
May is ono of this season's buds, you know,
nnd very much sought after, but she tells
me sho finds time to keep up her painting.
Miss Belle I suppose, with such a com
plexion its hers, the poor thing has to!
A Curious Calculation.
A rapid penman can write SO words In a
minute. To do this he must draw his pen
through the space of a rod 16K feet. In
forty minutes his pen travels a furlong,
and in five hours and a third a mile. We
make, on an average, 10 curves or turns of
the pen for each word written. Writing 30
words in a minute, we must make 43
curves to each second; in an hour, 2S,000;
in five hours. 144,000; and in 300 days,
working only five hours each day, we make
not less than 43,200,000 curves and turns of
the pen! The man who makes but 1,000,000
strokes of the pen a month has done noth
ing remarkable; there are those who make
four times that number. Hereie have in
the aggregate a marl: S00 miles long, to bo
traced on paper by each writer in a year.
In making each letter of the ordinary al
phabet, we make from three to seven
strokes of the pen on an average, three
and a half to four. St. Louis Republic.
Ilow to Cure a liemlarhc.
Dyspeptic or bilious headache is very com
mon, and it seems to me it is the headache
which is mot-t easily traceable to its cause and
moat readily avoided without medicine. If
you wish to kijovr ray advice as to curing bil
ious headache I sr.y : Eat such food as agrees
vntii you; be temperate in all things and ba
as rogular as clockwork about your habits.
In the ca.s of young peop.o th:s hsadacha
can always be traced to somo error in diet
as rich food m immoderate quantity, eating
at unreasonable or unusual hours, etc. and
U readily grres way to an emotic and sleep.
Almost any emetic will do ipecac or sul
phate of zinc In tho caso'of elderly persons,
however, the headaches, although lees acute,
are apt to be more tedious aud more exhaust
ing. Rest in bed, cold applications to the
head and some purgative modicino taken so
as to opera to in the morning, will usually ef
fect a cure. Dr. MacHenry in Ladies' Homo
A lecturer that had for several minutes
harangued his Rudience on the beauties of
politeness, was interrupted by a man who
arose and boid:
"That's all very well, cap mighty fine
talkia', an' all that, but in this town po
liteness don't pay."
"You are mistaken sir,' the lecturer an
swered, "politeness pays in any and all
"Co. VOtl an wmrr rlio intiM-mrkt'fr
persisted, "it don't pr. here. I'll tell you j
why. Kr some time I have been eating at
b lunch counter 'round yonder, aud I no
L'cd that even' maa sat up to the counter
with his hat on. and as I wasn't brought
up that way, I concluded to take my hat
off. and I did so "
"Wall, but did any one object?"' the lec
"Oh, no, there was no objection, but, you
1 see, some fellow stole my hat." Vrscsjr
Covered with Sores
Boy one year and a lialf old. Pace and
body in a. terrible condition, being
covered with, sores. Sulplmr springs
fail. Cured by Cuticura Remedies.
Cured by" Cuticura
I Lave used CcrictntA Reukdies In two cases
where it proved to be successful. The first was In
the cae cf a boy a year and a half old. His face
and body were in a terrible condition, the former
bein completly covered with sores. I took him to
the Massena Sulphur Springs, but he did not Improve
any. I was then advised to try the uuticuka
Remedies, which I did. Ho took one and one
half bottles of Cuticura Resoltzxt, when his
skin was as smotho as could be, and is to-day. I used
the Cuticuka on his sores and the CurrcuiiA Soap
In washing him. He is now five years of age, and
all right. The other case was a disease of the scalp,
which cured by washing with the CuxiCUHA Soap
and rubbing in the Cuticura, one bottle of Cuti
cuiia Resolovent being used. They have proved
successful in every case. It is surprising how
a child will improve under their treatment.
JOHN K. BEKO, Hogansburglj, N. y.
ItcMug and Burning.
I have been afflicted since last March with a slvlu
disease the doctors called eczema. 3Iy face w as
co ered with scabs and ores, and the Itching and
burning were almost unbearable. Seeing yourCU
ticuaka Rejiedies so highly recommended, con
cluded to give them a trial, using the Cuticura
and Cuticura Soap externally, and Resoi,vext
Internally for four months. I call inyaelf cured, in
gratitude for which I make this public statement.
Mrs. C. A. FREDERICK, Broad Biook, Coan.
The new Blood and Skin Purifier and purest and
bet of Humor Remedies, internally, and Cuticura
the great Skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an ex
quisite Skin Beauti.lic externally, cure erery
specles of itching, burning, scaly, and pimply hu
mors and diseases of the skin, scalp and blood, with
loss of hair, when all known remedies fail.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 5Cc: Soap
25c.; Resolvent, H. Prepared by the Potter
Drug axd Cuemicai, Corporation, Boston.
GfSendfor "now to Cure Skin Diseases." C4
pages, 00 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
T A T)rQ SUn and Scalp prcsprved and beau-lJ-t.JL
JL O titled by Cuticura Soap. Absolutely
PAINS AND WEAKNESS
Of females instantlv relfeved bv that
new, elegant, and infallible Antidote to
Pain, Inflamation, and Weakness, tho
Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster. The first
and only instantaneous pain-killing plaster.
Burial in tho Air.
Under tho influence of the missionaries
the Indians of Montana aro fast abandon
ing their old custom of placing their dead
on platforms, or hanging them, wrapped
in blankets, to tho limbs of the big cotton
wood trees which grow along the streams;
but now and then tho hunter or cowboy
btill finds one of their old platform ceme
teries, or, it may be, only a tomb standing
in tho solitude of the vast, grassy plains.
The original object of this odd way of dis
posing of corpses was undoubtedly to pro
tect them from tho wolves, which speedily
dig up any grave such as the Indians could
mako without picks and shovels. In course
of time tho rude platform would bo ujv
turned by decay and tho winds, but ths
Crow or Blackfeet kinsmen of tho deceased
had done their duty in the way of sepulture
as well as they could and wero not responsi
ble for such accidents. After all, tho main
thing waa to satisfy the ghost of tho du
parted so that ho would go at once to tk
happy hunting grounds, content with th
honors paid to his remains, and not han
about to haunt his relatives. Montreal
The grub that makes the butter fly
Waffles from Imperial flour. 156 tf
To Pertlc Springs, 3Io.
This beautiful summer resort is located
on the Missouri Pacific railway a lew
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 25, good to return to June 25,
1S00. The Missouri Pacific railway is the
only line by which you can reach these
springs. Sleeping cars and chairs run
through from Wichita. City ticket office
1157 North Main street. Depot corner Sec
ond and Wichita streets.
E. E. BLECKLEr,
Passenger and ticket agent, Wichita, Kan.
II. C. Towxsexd, general passenger and
ticket agent, St. Louis, Mo. 15G-tf
Emigration to the West.
If you have friends in the east who con
template coming west, or if you are goin"
eabt, remember jou can save time and
money, likewise your friends, by buying
tickets over the Missouri Pacific railway,
the sh oi teat line between St. Louis and
Wichita by 46 miles and over. Tv o hours
the quickest time. This is the ouly line
giving you choice of two routes either via
Kansas City or Fort Scott. Elegant free
reclining chair curs between Wichita and
St. Louis, aNo between Kansas City and
Wichita, without change of cars. Pull
man sleepers on all trains. Be sure that
your tickets read via tho Miouii Pacific
railway and thus save annojance of
changing cars and unnecess.'iry delays.
Remember alo that no charges are made
by porters for riding in chair cars. These
porters are paid by the company and are
not allow ed to charge any one, be they
local or through passengers. They are
hired to attend to the wants of the travel
Citv ticket office, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
H. C. Towxsexd.
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. 102tf
Wlnfleld Chautauqua Assembly.
The fourth annual session will open a
Wand park, June 24, and continue eleven
days. The class work and platform imU
be under the supervision of Rev. B T
Vincent, D. D., of BuQalo, N. Y. The
mil ..if will hf flirpctfd hv Prof. Ceorrre T
Be erly. Erie, Pa. Clas-es m elocution j
and oratory under Prof. W. W. Carnes, of ,
Chicago, 111. School of Kindergarten in
charge of Miss Kulilmau, state normal
school. And stenocrapny under Prof.
Van Wve. Southwest Kaunas college. Min
d.iy school normal, instruction by Dr. Vin
cent and Prof. Gridley.
Among the prominent lecturers are Rev.
George V. Miller. D. D., of Kan'as City.
A. Miner Griswold, 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.. Wichita; Rev. P S. Hen
son. D. D . Chicago: Prof. T. H. Dinsmore,
Ph. D.. Emporia; Hon. A. W. Smith, Mc
Pherson: Hon. Ralph Beaumont and Hon.
L. L. Polk, president National Farmers'
Alliance. Washington. D. C.
All railroads will sell tickets at one fare
for round trip, good to return July 3.
Special trains can be secured for excursion
parties. Elegant camping, .good water,
luxurious shade, splendid boating:, ten!,
lodging, board, provisions all on the
grounds Street cars from all depots to
For program, giving particulars, address
A. H. Lim KRICK, Secretary,
155 tf WinSeld, Kansas.
Only $4.62 to Topofca and Ketmra, Yfcu the
Great KoeV ldaHil Itoate.
For the Knichts of Pythias and their
friemis who wih to attend the meeting of
the Grand Lode at Toueks. the Great
Rock Island Houte will make a rate of '
4 6ti for the rouud trip. Tickets to be j
told May IT to 22, inclusive. Good for re-!
rum on "or before the 27; h. Tram leaej
Wichita at ? a. m and K.V p- m Fre re-
chning chair cars on botb morning .ind
night trains, and Pulhnan ieepers on all
night trains. The members, of the diflt"
ent lode in Wichita and vicmity have ;
.-elected the Rack J4ad a their official
route. City ticket office ICO East Douglas j
avenue, corner Main street, Pasrseaarer
station corner Douglas aad Mead avenues.
a A. rtcrweWQR.
di55 7t Ticket Asest.
PRICES ALWAYS TALK!
Our last weeks special
cess and therefore we have
one more week. We still
sacKS and frocks, round and
cheviouts and cassimeres, at
COME AND BE
422 EAST DOUGLAS
It's all stuff about goods going up. Our resident partner in
New York lias been able to buy goods cheaper than, ever before.
Eemember we guarantee our prices lower than any house in
25 pieces China Silk, worth 50c.
0 100 pieces French Sattcens,
O worth 35c and 40c.
2,000 yards Challes, worth 8c
100 dozen Gents' Linen Collars,
wortli 15c to 20c From New York
A 1 -9p 1'000 yards Prints wrth
100 pair lace curtains, worth
1,000 Gauze Vests.
8.15 to Warrcnsbnrr, Jro and Keturn Via
For the annual meeting of German Bap
tists at Warrensburg, Mo., the Great Rock
Island will sell tickets via Kansas City at
one fare for the round trip. Tickets to be
soltl Jiay tiUth to 2Stu and good for return
on or before June 2o, 1890. Free reclining
chair cars on both morning and night
trams. Pullman sleeping cars on all night
trains. City ticket office 100 East Douglas
avenue, corner of Main street. Passenger
station corner Douglas and Mead avenues.
C. A. Rutherford,
dlo5-llt Ticket Agent.
Cheaper Than Waiting.
Commencing today, May 10, rates to St.
Louis will be 87.10, Chicago $9.10 first class
via tho Missouri Pacific Railway, the
Shortest line to St. Louis by forty-eight
miles, the quickest bj over two hours.
Also very low rates to Pueblo and Denver
and other western points. Call at li!7
North Main street, Missouri Pacific ticket
ofiice, where you can get the cheapest
tickets in town and it will take you via the
shortest and most direct route. Day train
for St. Louis leaves at 12:20 p. m., arrives
at St. Louis next morning at G:40. Mis
souri Pacific railway solid trains between
Wichita and Kansas City. lo5 tf
Truth is stronger than fiction and life is
not a dream, but a reality. Good living
makes life a pleasure, is conducive to
health, is promotive of sleep and rest. To
test the reality of this use the A 1, High
Patent and White Swan flours and yoiir
slumbers will be restful and your awaken
ing on the morrow will be with increased
joy and vigor. 153 Gt
Excursion to Warrensbnrg, Mo., for tho
German Baptists and their friends. The
Atchison. Topeka& Sauta Fo railroad will
sell round trip tickets, via Kansas City, at
one fare. Sale commences May 20, contin
ueing until May 2., inclusive, with return
limit until June 2o. Reclining chair cars
in morning and night trains and the only
line running Pullman cars to Kansas City
in morning and night train". Ticket office
122 North Main street and union passen
ger station, Douglas and Fifth avenue.
dlol-lSt W. D. MCRDOCK,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
A handsome lithograph map of tts city, contain
ing the names of all the streets, parks, colloses ami
public building, ho'e's. etc A complete map
tv ehebr llftetn in Iirs on Lr.en paper, can be had
at this olilce for 10 cents each. a
$2 to $3 Per Day.
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artist's Materials. Pictures, MoaMln?! and Fraraes. J
Wholesale ind retail. aia:oTje ire.
214 :op.th Mat Ftkeet.
Sew Sorine Good3 at Bottom Prcas.-
I JE3tIt&l.i -i, es?'VtiVribcfiVTy9
iAIL ORDERS TROMPTLT ATTENDED. ?3jj ISSP. ' ( 1 I S P 1
F. P. MABTK, 114 Market St, ffll I WS& l$ Hi f
.. Wi$sxZi i,Sm
vv v" "A. 'S gm.arsr
CIGAHS! CIGARS! CIGARS!
Send Us a Trial Order or Call on Us!
"W. T. BISHOP & SON S, NEW STOKE, S. W. CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS.
suit sale has been a great suc
concluded to continue it for
have a good assortment in
straight cuts, in worsteds,
the astonishing low price of
le-Price Clothing Co.
AVE. S. GOLDSTEIN.
Given Away S
tionaro and Encyclopedia.
Q0 1,000 yards Outing, worth 15c to
1,000 pair Stainless Hose.
50 Bead Wraps, worth 2.50
Gold Tipped Parasols.
100 pieces French Gingham,
worth 2Sc to 35c
T. L. FOX & SON.
134 N MAIN ST., WICHITA, KAN.
The doctor gives special attention
to the treatment of all diseases of the
EYE, including the scientific adjust
ment of glasses to correct imperfect
CATARACT removed and sight re
stored to many who have been totally
CROSS EYES straightened in one
SORE EYES enred without the use
of caustics or other harmful agents.
ARTIFICIAL EYES carefully select
ed and ajiplied.
DEAFNESS All curable cases of
deaiuess promptly cured.
GLASSES Only those who have had
a thorough training should attempt
to tit glasses, lest they do the patient
more harm than good. Many- cases of
nervousness, irritability, insomina.
headache, vertigo aud seeming stu
pidity in children are due to defective
vision and are removed at onco by the
application of proper glasses.
Doctor Purdy has achieved a suc
cess little less than phenoniinal as a
general surgeon, treating with great
success deformities, club foot, curva
ture of tho spine, hip joint disease,
white swelling, diseases of the bone,
cancer, ulcers, tumors, old sores, hair
lip, facial blemishes, skin and blood
diseases, etc. Syphiles absolutely
cured. Doctor Purdy was late pro
fessor of surgery in the Wichita Medi
cal College and Surgeon to St. Francis
Hospital, having relinquished the
above possitions in order touevote his
entire time to his specialties.
N. B. Superfluous hair, facial blem
ishes, moles, etc., removed by elec
tricity. Correspondence solicited.
K. F. PURDY, M. D.
I have moved my ofllco Into the Smlth-Sklnncr
bulldlni;. No 3! N MnrKft Street, srround floor. In
writing Insurance It Is my ulm to write it correctly
and by o doing avoid any misunderstanding bo
ttten the companies and the assured.
It is too late to correct mistakes in the 'writlnj: of
an insurance policy after the lire has occurred nnd
it is of the utmost importance to cverjonflioldiiu;
an insurance po'Icy to know that it 1 correct!
written 'I Iip companies that I represent hn e paid
to the people of Wichita many thousands of dollars
and their policy his always been fdJmobs in adjust
ment of losses
X. W. MILLER,
135 X Market St.
TnE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY
Now ready to Tipply all wiUlnc their Pure D1U11
ed Water ice. at uMial prices. Ofhce and Factory
Cor. Osace and Pearl street. West bide. Order
Boot at W. W. Pearce 405 Ea Dotujlas- Ave, and
Occidental Hotel Cor. '-econd and Main.
Felepbone No. 2iZ. J.A.POIIX
dill tf Secretary.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Immifrration Committee is hard
at work and enquiries for Kansas
Lands are corainjr in from all sid-i.
Send full description of your Turin
with price to
200 E. Douglas Ave.. WicHta, Eaa.
Makes rrires to Suit the Tim
Tri4sr.t rt- - IIS)jt4t
1 ku-Tt i.t.H UteltjiTWWi
; cS i 1-jlNK V7tLtAi Vnmeinvr
Smites S Co.
Some Specials this week
At 35 Cents.
15 pieces black English Henri
ettas, 3S inches -wide, great
At 15 Cents.
20 pieces double width English
debege, just the thing for wrap
pers; very cheap.
15, 16and 18c
An elegant line of Dragon black
organdies, fast black.
At 12 Cents.
50 different designs in "fancy
THE WICHITA OVERALL A3D SHIET MAUUTACTUKKG CO.,
MAXUFACTCRERS AND JOBBERS OF
Overalls, Jeans, Cassimere aud Cottonade Pants; Duck Lined Coats and Vesta;
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Overshirts; Cantou Flannel
Undershirts, Drawers, Etc.
Factory and Salesroom 139 X. Topeka, Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
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FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
C. 0. PAGE k CO.
Hardware, Stoves. Window Glass
Leather and Jlubber Jieltlng.
518 E. Douglas Are., "Wichita, Kan.
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them we will offer 12,
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Take this opportunity and buy your suits now, we have
fifty different styles to offer. Come early and
secure these bargains. We will sell all
other goods in proportion.
One-Price Clothiers, Douglas
that mar Interest you.
At 12 Cents.
One lot of white goods, embroi
dering, lacee cords, lace plaids,
satin stripeSj worth from ISc to
23c, choice of lot 12 l-2c.
At 18 Cents.
Lot of fine French Satines,
never sold under 2o to 'JOc.
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 cirv.
EF : PACKERS,
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS,
OUR SPECXAICT IS
First-Glass Goods I
Fore Unadulterated Lard
Refrigerated Dressed Beef.
If your grocer does not supply
you with our koocIs send us
vour address and we will sond
you the name of one that will.
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hand and in order to reduce
15, $18 and $20 suits
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