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LEADEKS 0E FASHION,
THE GREAT BARGAIN WEEK
Will offer for one week only, 420 pairs of pants in cassimere,
worsted or cheoviouts in dark and light colors.
Lot 1. 150 pants, worth 3.50, go at 1.98.
Lot 2. 163 pants, worth 4.25, go at 2.48.
Lot 3. 107 pants, worth 5.00, go at 2.97.
These patterns are good and are the choicest goods offered
this season; call and see them.
FAMOUS, Qiie-Prioe Clothing Co.
422 EAST DOUGLAS AVE. S. GOLDSTEIN.
It's all stuff about goods going up. Our resident partner in
New York has 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,
j worth 35c and 40c.
2,000 vards Challes, worth 8c
Os 100 dozen Gents' Linen Collars,
OO worth 15c to 20c. From New York
A i -Op I'000 yards Prints """orth
100 pair lace curtains, worth
1,000 Gauze Vests.
Given Away SS8& Ss
tionaro and Encyclopedia,
Qfl 1.000 yards Outing, worth 15c to
1,000 pair Stainless Hose.
tfM nn 50 Bead Wraps, worth e2. 50
Gold Tipped Parasols.
100 pieces French Gingham,
worth 25c to 35c.
T. L. FOX & SON.
FJTS EASY AXD WEAKS "IVELL
"MINGO" IS "E&W"
OUR PRICE IS 18G
Those who knuckle down to "E. &
IV .V copper-bottomed contract arc
compelled to ell them lor 23c. We
have you 7 cents on each collar.
The Hatter and Haberdasher,
149 X MAIN" ST.
FIEST : PRESBYTERIAN : C1IURCII
MAY 2S. 1S!V).
MISS XEALLY STEYEXS,
Of Chicnco, Pianlste.
JinSS LJLL1A X irAJSTBLIX,
" jchita's F.ivorlto Vocalist.
AilmNMon SO cents. Sents referred at Champion's
lok 5toro without ratra charge.
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in tho office of the
register of deeds yesterday:
Stmuel 13 tvernan to KmmaJKcr
nau. 71 and 70 Topeka ave, Orme &
Phillips' add $2500
Horace Alexander to Mrs 13 A Alc
Calla, 35 Wichita st. city 1200
Minnie McLaughlin to M Alice Davis
U and 11 blk 2 Midland add GO
Janet Ritchie to "William Kitchie,
int 4S to CG Bernice ave Butler !o
Fisher's 2d add 2000
J E Kite to William Ritchie, 4S to 5S
and W int GO to GG Bernice ave But
ler & Fisher's, 2d add 2400
Hiram II. Pierce to Chas Gubtafson,
sw V 19 20-2 w 2200
W S Walton to Dudlev B lline.sw
Jvi-27-4 w 3000
Kufus Cone to AW Davis IS to 2Sblk
10 Woodland ae 00
Bufus Cone to A W Davis, 17 19 blk
11 Woodland add 25
Bufus Cona to Eucene Hauses, GTS
blk 16 Junction Town Co add 250
All persons who have net made their
peronal property statement for taxes will
have until June 1 to makethesame. Read
ht-ction til as published on each statement.
W. F. Green, Assessor.
Office in county building.
One of the greatest assortments of
trimmed huts and bonnets in the city at
2:17 X. Main St. E. A. Kinyon. dG-1
High priced pianos at wholesale prices
for ten days. 1 am carrying too many of
this lino of goods. Don't wait, but come
early. 1 mean business. Thos. Shaw. G-l
Go to the Womans Exchange for straw
berry short cake and pure "cream, Sedg
wick "block. dG-lt
Specinl prices on high priced pianos for
ten davs, tor cash or short time. Thos.
Rent houses, collect rents, and care for
Ladies will find a new invoice of novel
ties, llowers, laces, etc., at 2:17 X. Main St.
E. A. Kinyon. d6-l
The Domestic sewing machine lasts twice
as long :is others. dG-1
We are now settled in our new location
at No. 116 liest Douglas avenue, and are
better prepared, by reason of increased
room and facilities, to do all kinds of
watch and jewelry repairing and engrav
ing than before. We make a specialty of
puch work and guarantee th fullest satis
faction to our customers. Edward Vail &
Co., Jewelers, 6 It
Buy the White sewing machines. Thos.
Shaw, agent. d0-l
Doctor? Take Notice.
Good inducements are offered for a good
physician who can come well recom
mended. For further information address
V. R. Buy ax,
6 5 Eminence, Kansas, county seat.
Thos. Shaw has been selling a good
many pianos and organs lately. He iut
sold a line Behr Bros, piano to II. C. Hub
bell, of McPherson, another Everett to Mr.
Hall, of Mt. Hope, another to a party in
Augusta. lie has alo shipped a good
many to Oklahoma besides a large trade at
home. He is selling organs, also, in large
quantities. He has enlarged his building
almost twice its usual si?e and has it full
from bottom to top. It is a treat to go
through his waierooms and see the fine pi
ano and organs and everything in the
shape of musical instrument. You can
not find a more complete music house any
where and at prices equal to any place in
the United States. 16 It
To Pctlc Springs, 3Io.
This beautiful summer resort is located
on the Missouri Pacific railway i few
miles from Warrensburg. The Dunkards
v ill hold their annual convention here,
opening Tuesday, May 20, lb90. The Mis
souri Pacific will sell tickets from Wich
ita to Pertle Springs and return for one
half the regular fare. Tickets to bo sold
May 20 to 2S, good to return to June 25,
1S90. Tho Missouri Pacific railway is the
only line by which you can reach thee
springs. Sleeping airs and chairs run
through from Wichita. City ticket office
137 North Main street. Depot corner Sec
ond and Wichita streets.
E. E. BlXCKLEV,
Passenger and ticket agent, Wichita, Kan.
II. C. Towxskxd, general passenger and
ticket agent, St. Louis, Mo. 156-tf
Winflold Chant.uiqn.i Assembly.
The fourth annual ses-ion will open at
Island park. J une 24, and continue eleven
days. Tho class work and platform will
beunder the supervision of Rev. B. T.
Vincent. D. D.. of Buffalo, N. Y. The
music will be directed by Prof. George F
Brierly, Erie, Pa. Clashes in elocution
and oratory under Prof. W. W. Cnrnes, of
Chicago, 111. School of Kindergarten in
charge of Miss Kuhlman, state normal
school. And stenography under Prof.
Van Wye, Southwest Kanvis college. Sun
day school normal, instruction by Dr. Yin
cent and Prof. Gridley.
Among the prominent lecturers are Rev.
George W. Miller, D. D., of Kansas 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. Brobklvn; Rev.
David Winter-, 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 5.
Special trains can be secured for excursion
parties. Elegant camping, good water,
luxurious shade, splendid ooating. 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 AVinfield, Kanl-as.
The hotel and bath rooms at Chingawasa
Springs will be leased to the right party
on very favorable terms. For particulars
address at once Lock Box 05, Marion, Kan.
Depositors in the saving department of
the Savings Bank of Wichita will please
present their bank book; for the entry of
semi-annual interest June 1, lb$Q.
d2-10t C. K. CCRTIS, Cashier.
Taking effect May IS. 1S90. via Santa Fe
route. $4 00 to Pueblo. Canon City, Colo
rado Springs. Denver and intermediate
point, first clax-v, limited. 157tf
Imperial flour has many imitators but
no rivals. 153 tf
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
BARGAIN : WEEK.
At 35 Cents.
A new line of light color
plaid challies, the best thing
shown for children's dresses.
At 35 Cents.
Fifteen pieces black Eng
lish Henrietta, worth 50c.
At 39 Cents.
An elegant line of grey
61, 7, 8, 10 and 12-ic.
The best line of apron
check nainsooks shown in
At 85 Cents.
Choice of 50 pieces of fine
dress style gingham. Fine
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BARGAIN ; WEEK. BARGAIN : WEEK.
75 CtS. 200 pah- ladies
Tan Oxford Ties.
$1.69. 100 pair ladies
fine patent leather and
oose calf Oxford Ties.
ifWHWae-ji jjhj : wKaagg
At 182 Cents.
Fine French Satines that
we are offering at ISf c are
selling rapidly, and regarded
cheap by all who see them.
At 19 Cents.
Choice of 1,000 pair ladies
full regular made fancy hose
worth from 35 to 50c.
3 for 25 Cents.
500 pair misses1 French
ribbed hose, every pair wth.
fully 15 cents.
The great rush constant
ly in our millinery de
partment signifies suc
cess. Come and see how
busy Ave are.
SPECIAL DEIYE IN
1.98 a Pair.
75 pair fine lace curtains,
taped all around, very ele
gant designs, with curtain
poles and brass fixtures
thrown in. Altogether com
plete ONLY 1.98
At 98 Cents..
Ladies' gold cap glora umbrella.
BARGAIN : WEEK.
t Growing more popular
j daily. Just received and
placed on sale 100 pair
boys knee pants. 5 cts
At 59 Cents.
300 fine French satine cor
sets, black, cream and white,
At 59 Cents. Ladies' sat
tine umbrellas, natural and
fancy handles, worth 81.00.
Genuine serge silk oxidiz
ed silver handles, the best
things shown this season,
BARGAIN : WEEK.
At 4 Cents.
325 childs' and misses'
At 6 Cents.
500 ladies ribbed vests.
At 10 Cents.
250 child's lisle thread
At 15 Cent.
200 ladies fine ribbed vests
The largest stock in the
city. Don't fail to visit our
store this week.
Via Santa Fe Itoute.
Kansas City, Atchison, Leavenworth,
St. Josaph and Omaha $4. Pueblo Colo
rado Springs and Dever 1. St. Louis S3,
Chicago ?". St. Paul $10. IMinneaplos
$10. All first class, limited. d 3-tt
Look at Thl.
The Missouri Pacific will sell tickets to
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver 4.00.
Kansas City. St. Joseph and Omaha 1.00,
St. Louis only 5.00. All other points cor
respondingly low. Call and get lowest
rates. 137 north Main street Missouri Pa
cific ticket ofiice. Shortest line to St.
Louis by 4S miles. Two hours the quick
est. dl tf
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills. 1 .50
per load delh ered. Telephone 169. CO tf
Commencing Sunday, March 23, the
Great Rock 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
More Cut Kate-s.
Commencing April 3, tho Missouri Pa
cific railway will sell ticket, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver for 7.50 from
Wichita. Call at Missouri Pacific ticket
ofiice, 137 North Main street, if you want
cheap rates to all points. 110-tf
'.i TV! w -can:
Cheaper Than "Walking.
Commencing today, May 10, rates to St.
Louis will be 7.10, Chicago 9.10 first class
via the Missouri Pacific Railway, the
Shortest line to St. Louis by forty-eight
miles, the quickest by over two hours.
Alo very low rates to Pueblo and Denver
and other western points. Call at 137
North Main street, Missouri Pacific ticket
office, where you can get the- cheapest
tickets in town and it will take you via tho
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. 155-tf
Excursion to Warrensburg, Mo., for the
German B-iptits and their friends. Tho
Atchison. Topeka & Sauta Fe railroad will
sell round trip tickets, via Kansas City, at
one fare. Sale commences May 20, contin
ueing until May 2S, inclusive, with return
limit until June 25. Reclining chair cars
in morning and night trains and the only
line running Pullman'cars to Kansas City
in morning and night trains Ticket ofiice
122 North Main street and union passen
ger station, Douglas and Fifth avenue.
dlol-lSt W. D. MURDOCK,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
toothes the child, softens the gums, alleys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the bc-t
remedy for diarrhoea. Twentv-fivocents a
bottle. dW tf w46 tf
Are you going west? Are you going
east? If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
Kinlgratlon to tho West.
If you have friends in the east who con
template coming west, or if you are going
east, remember you can save time and
money, likewise vour friends, by buj ing
tickets over the Missouri Pacific railway,
the shortest line between St. Louis and
Wichita by 48 miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is tho only line
giving you choice of two routes, either via
Kansas City or Fort Scotfc Elegant free
reclining chair cars between Wichita and
St. Louis, also between Kansas City and
Wichita, without change of cars. Pull
man sleepers on all trains. Bo sure that
your tickets read via tho 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. These
porters are paid by the company and are
not allowed to charge anj one, l)o they
local or throueh passengers. They aro
hired to attend to the wants of the travel
City ticket office, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. I3LECKI.ET,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
31. C. TOWNStND.
Geneaul Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. lU2tf
The grub that makes the butter fly
Waffles from Imperial flour. 156 tf
I have moved my offlco Into the Sralth-Sklnner
bnildlnp, No. 1S5 " Mnrket Street, ground floor In
writing insurance it W my aim to writ? It correctly
nnd b so doing; aoid any mlsimdi-rsUuidlni; be
tw een tho companies and the assured.
It Is too late to correct mistake in the wrltlnjr of
an Insurance policy after the tlte lias occurred awl
It Is of the utmost importance to eeryoneholdlnir
an Insurance i-o'Icy to know that It Iscorrtntiv
written. The companies that I rt present hae paid
to the people of Wichita many thouxai.-N of dollars
and their policy has alw ays bcn falrnis In adjust
ment of losses.
W. L. W. HITjTjER,
135 X Market St.
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tirp'l 'ila ri TrJ Xuk.
At I-u(uli eirerjwhr or tj
aul, (I. 1 l!1 pntculw, .
Specific Medicine Co.,
This office is prepared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. Wo
use C oop s blanks, which are thn only
blanks printed that have ln-cn approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
1 Pl!nHnt Saithtar.
i Vnrd. Ml WW DoukUh.
Branch office 137 North Jlln. TrJiMme Wi. &3M.
Bead and Advortiso in Oar Wsiat Col
A I kointmrmaM
A OlnUc Hooro OM.
TetfeU a. Knldtnt.
To Hay JleaX KtU
To KnitiJt II on i e.
To Hertir.rr Money
l-M-inr Wtir Thlncn
TILE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY
tttnrr'Ar to 'apply all wl.hliw tirlr Porer"' '.
r4 Water Ire, i omm pt-tc.i. OCtcn m,, Fa t r
Cor. )m and I'wrl pr-et. Wn Mdc i
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Occidental Hol Cot.Jx.ch1 d iutn
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CHICAGO LUMHEIl CO.
LL1IBEJI DEALERS !
C orne-r Flrt Street and Irrreoeo Aeo .
h win Tr'ard Vjth tnd Iron utrw. t hu jro vr
A u.ith t-iiwn.jri eo ! i'mtt abt! Mr- V
Crotw. H-klrht rangers n
A Genuine and wonderful reduction Sale that we inaugurate Monday and during the week that is worth the
Attention of every buyer of Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods and Hats.
READ OUR QUOTATIONS IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY.
130 G. A. R. suits, Indigo blue saefcs
and Crocks with extra sot of buttons
-warranted fast colors and -worth $10,
our price this, -week $7.00.
230 Men's Suits in all colors. Frocks
frocks aud acks -worth from $12.50
to $20; our price this -week S9. 30.
120 Men's suits in all colors, -worth,
$7.30, $S. $9 and $10; our price $3.00.
Our Bov's and Children's Depart
ment is the "best and the larsrost in the
city at prices that -will knock all com
petition. Hed Handkerchiefs -worth 10c: three
for 10 cents,
llem-stiched handkerchiefs -worth 23
cents, three for 25 cents.
50 and 75 cent silk handkerchiefs go
at 25 cents.
150 dozen linen collars, -worth 15c, at
Sateen Ties sro at six for 25 cents.
A jrood 23c suspenders for 4 cents.
Flannel shirts -with -worth 73c; our
price 3S cents.
DO NOT BAJDL, TO SEE
GREAT BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING
EST OUR THREE SHOW WHSTDOWS THIS WEEK.
Ilverythiiig Sold, as A-dvertisecL
FREE PUN FOR THEBOYS.
A Base Ball outfit goes with every Boys Suit free of Charge.
Fix pairs of food hcary socks at 25c
A jrood 26c, hoary eocfc, two pair for
Children's shirt -watoCs, worth 35c at
Fancy Porcalo blrU, -worth $l.sn, at
White shlrte, lanadrlod, "worth 'r,
at 35 cunta.
JJalbrisffan shirt and drawers
-worth B6i at 2T cmU.
100 dozea tspea4(rr. cboop at 27c,
for 6 cftats.
200 dozen whft lros nhhrtm, lann
drlod. -worth 705 oar pries 88 coata.
150 do7a Underwear, worth 33c,
two for 23 bu.
100 dozen criejrast Borhy hatfl, bcan
tifal gllk Jlood, worth $8.50 anl $4, oar
PAIfTS DBPRTSIEyT TTe harn
tbm for ttton or oW, rioh or poor, a
prues from 75 cnt up ta 7.0.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS. COR. DOUGLAS AND LAWRENCE. I. GROSS & CO.