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3P& fS&teftiia Hailtt. Sfll: Jatocfaij IPmrmg, gitm 14,. 189.0.
3 v Lj!s?,!jy Smi
Tills porriler rcvcr v.iricj. A marvel of pnr7,
ctxenptti raid wholesuinecess "tloe economical
than tho ordinary kimLs j.ud canno;. be mid iu com
petition v, ith the multitude of low teat. twtt weight
alum or piiosnhiUo powder bold oLjy in coos.
Koyal Basins Powder Cu.. luG Wull St. . 1".
' v.p i a
4 E& trr7
We received this day a shipment ( f
Joshua Turners English lerby lints,
in black (lined and unbind) uud two
or tlireo light summer sh:i.des.. which
bhould have reached us (hi April 1st.
They were lost in transit and just
came to hand. Ouriiibtruciion are ''to
sell them." We will put them on sale
beginning today at $J.23, they are
JOB, the llti.tloj,
149 2forlh Main Street.
"E. fc W."(Earl & Wilson) collars all
new and the latest styles at JLSc.
1RAWFORD GRAND o
o I.. M. Cn avtfobu, Mauago
Kev. T. Dewitt Talmadge, D. D..
"Will Lecture on
Friday Evening, June 27,
Tills will be a rare clianeo to hear America's inoM.
Ltkbnittd pulpit oraror.
To tho I'dltor of the Eagle.
I'Iouwj announce me &.s n candlilate for 1 o-election
"tu the office of Clerk of tlio District cojrt of :m1k
wkk count., bubjoct to the action of tho Republican
county com entlon, Respectf ulli ,
C. II. I.ui.i'to.
V.'khlta. Kan., .Tune P. 1;M) U'J tf w tr
(Furnished by the Dcam Abstract Co )
The following transfers of real estate
Were Jiletl for record in tho office of tho
) egister of deeds esterday:
state of Kansas tc John 13. Knob
blanch, ne quarter 30-2G-U w, patent
Itufus Cone, slierifl, to Schweitor.
Merriman & Hvde, IK) 92 M X, Pat-
tie ave, Lincoln street addition,
Uufus Cone, sheriff, to Pchweiter,
Merriman & 1 Iyde, OS 70 72 74 Wash
ington avenue, Lincoln street addi
tion, sheriffs deed
Samuel E. Anderson to Joseph Sand
ford, 51 .3 Fouith avenue, Morton
"Wollmnn's addition, warranty deed
Emril A. Moore to J. L. Moore, tract
in he quarter nw quarter 20-27-1 e,
quit el lim deed
Henrietta G. Bogeis to Jeunette Bid
well, north o0 feet of 13 15 17 avenue
C, Shurewood's addition, warranty
Henry McGinnis te .lenies W Wom
nel, 110 acres in ne quarter 2-2S-3 w,
warrant y deed
James Wonnoll to William D Sny
der, 110 acres in ne quarter 2-23-3 w,
A U Boyd to William Faucett, Sha
man's park and track between
Miunmn's park and river, quit
i hum 15,000
Jonathan Butler to Addie G Mun
.sell,' 11 acres in nw ouarter 2S-2i-le.
w arrantp deed
B Y Mme-ell to.lulia C. McLean,
CilJ and north half o(5 Banvise av
enue, Parinenter's second, special
Mortgages released today, J2,S1S.
Mortgages filed today, 1,300.
Restaurant Tor Sale.
The line restaurant; and lunch room
Iviiownasthe Brighton 02 East Douglas
is offered for sale at a very low price as the
proprietor 1ms an opportunity to engage
an other business elsewhere. The outfit is
complete and the best of the kind in the
. it No encumbrance whate er; low rent,
good place for local and transient business
Altogether an exceptional opportunity to
secure a safe established business at a
mall cost Anyone interested should in-
estignte at once, ;u the business must be
All Aboard for St. l'aul.
National Educational association meets
this year Hi St. Paul, IMinn.. July 4 to 11.
t he cool belt; just the place for a&ummer
You can buy a round trip ticket via
Santa Fe route to St. Paul, July 1. to 7, at
one lowest firt -class fare, plus $2 member
ship fee, with final limit September SO.
Kate is low, limit long, occasion interest
ing. The Santa Fe gives choice of routes east
of Kansas Cit, and will arrange to run
through sleepers or chair cars la "official'
tBurlfngtun) route, selected by Kansas
committee of transportation, or bj any
other regular line lietueeu Kansas Citv
and St. Paul designated by parties order
ing such ear
For information about .special partios of
touchers, and details of intes, tram service,
itc, call on "V 1). SMt liuock, agent Santa
1 . route, or address, (;.' T. Nicholson, gen
tral iwssenirer and tickel agent, Topeka,
Km. - 23 tf
Still lioltls ihe crowds. Hvery day our
fctore it. clinch l'ull of eager
Ton know the reason -why. nobody
can touch our prices.
ALL GOODS AT COST.
(50 ceut fancy China Silks going vet
at 'Jl cent'.
50c to $1.50 ladies hats sroing at lie.
li'jc SRtinob going mi T'iC.
Trimmed hats less than overybodv.
n-iwcrs lt than t lan cost.
Tinware ami glasi. are at cost.
t'ents furnishin-rs at cost.
C ome as fast a on con as the goods
are moving swiftly.
Follow the Crowds !
M. B. GOHN,
GLOBE, 118 Dowlas Ire
Not far X'irfiiiig.
A citizen with, a fish pole over hia
shoulder was going up Cass avenue yes
terday when a stranger called out:
Fifty feet further on -a second in
quired: "Are they biting now?'
At the next corner a third stopped him
."Say, what'll you take for a ton of
A fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh had
their say, and theeighthhore down upon
"I tell you, old fellow, you may laugh
at the idea of spitting on your bait, but
it brings lack and I can prove it."
"Speaking to me?" queried the man
with tho pole.
"What.do you take mo for?'
"Why, you are going a-fohing."
"Who said so?"
"Haven't you got a fish pole?"
"Suppose I have! If I saw you carry
ing a bar of soap home would I argue
that you were going to do the family
"But aren't you, going a-fishingr"
"Iso, sir! This polo is to punch the
sparrows' nests out of the eaves of my
house. Mighty funny how many people
there are in this world who- are interest
ed in other folks' business!" Detroit
Malting Sore of His Hare.
At an Eating Ecuse Waiter, do you
keep any cats in this establishment?"'
"Yes, sir! we've got two splendid
"Bo good enough to bring them hero;
I am so fond of cats!"
Waiter exit and returns presently with
a couple of fine fat pussies in his arms.
"So, put them down there; and now
go and order me a dinner of roast hare!"
The I.onef ami Short of Jt.
Jack Longman Come on, Fred, jump
in; the water's only up to one's neck!
' 'Great Scott! I quite forgot that Fred
is aoout three feet shorter than I am!"
Munsey's Weekly. .
The Safest Securitj.
Smith Supposing I should ask you to
let mo have o0 for three months, Rob
inson? Robinson I should want security.
Smith VVhftt security would satisfy
Robinson (after a moment's thought)
First Doctor (to country practitioner)
Well, how are you getting on? Have
you many patients?
Second uicto Alas! no. Wo have had
a regular health epidemic in our neigh
borhood of late. Hurnoristiche Blatter.
Cold, Hard Caa.
Ob, cash 1 Tlion potent tVnng; to thee
We bow our heads and bend the knea;
We know without thy kingly aid ve cannot cut &
But w hen with the we are allied
We know tho world L on our side, I
And men w ill oil respect us for our
Wit, beauty, learnin-" all are j-ood.
And wo osteein thijm as we should,
But i .-hen w o size them up 1th Uieo Ihey'i e jus
the merest traah;
Thts w or M lieoto-R s its wannest ;inile ,
On him w1hv dollars highest pile.
The pubhc eyo :s dazzled by our
And even Cupid, so they say.
Will j-oH mrHinst affecnoa w eigh,
And loves to daell h here ichas may its wealth la
jewels flash ;
Tlie sly-oum $& .admires grace,
A perfect loan, a prettg, fae;
But yet "tis anl he a fondest of the
Thus from thti cradU to th rae
Can gold our paths tutli pcaure pave.
But when we noar tbe river Styr, cd hear its
The boatwan who woukl row ns o'er,
Unto a sail or yuoht shore,
Ccnnot be bribtd to cnanje his courjo for
"Xo Xer r-ilr for Jolinnj.
Mrs. Skinnplilint (holdinc; np for Mr.
Skinnplilint's insp3cnon a pair of John
ny's troxaers)--My dear, these are tbo
best Johnny has. Don't you think they I
iooi. a little roo old and shabby to wear
to church with his good coat and vest?
Mr. Skinnphiint (decidedly'i Yes, yes.
They wouldn't look well together at all.
rEa rerlv) "Then I mav cet him-
(Buttoninjf nis pocket) "You may gat J
him his old coat and vest to wear to j
church with ihem." Cbiczsro Tribuiw, I
Oae of "Many.
Thompson You look pale andihin,
Johnson. Why will vgu persist-in loll
ing yourself working -night tmd 'day
such weather as this?
Johnson I am trying to earnanoney
enough to pay the expenses a week's
rest in the country. New York Weekly.
Friend of the Family I am afraid you
little fellows don't alway3 agree. You
fight each other sometimesf don't you?
Twins Yeth, thir, thumximth.
Friend of the Family Ah, thought so.
Well, who whips?
Twins Mamma wipth. Exchange.
Scaly Skin Diseases
Psoriasis 5 years, covering face, head,
and elitire body with white scabs.
Skin red. itchy and bleeding. Hair
all gone. Spent hundred of dollars.
Pronounced incurable. Cured by
Cured by Cuticura,
My dlseaso (psoriasis) flrst broke out on my left
cheek, spi eadlnjr acioss my noso, and almost cover
ing my f aco. It ran Into my ej es, and the physician
was afraid I would lose my eyesisht altogether. It
sptcad alt over my head and my h.ilr all fell out un
til I was entirely bald-headed; it then broke out on
my arms and Shoulders, until my arms were just
one soie. It co ered my entire body, my t at.e, head
and shoulders being tho worst. Tho whito scab)
fell constantly from my head, shoulders and arms;
the skin would thicken and be red and very Itchy,
and would crack and bleed It scratched. After
spending many hundreds of dollars, I was pro
nounced lncur-blo. I heard of tho CuticL'ha
RiJmedils, and after using two and after I had
taken four bottl ss, I was almost cured; and when I
had toed six bottl93 of Cuticuka Resolvent and
one box or Cuticura, and one cake of CtrrictmA
Soai I was cured of the dreadful dieasa from
which I had suffered for five jears. I thought the
dlso.tse would leave a very deep scar, but the COTi
cuua Remedies cured it without any scars. 1 can
not oxpiess with a pen what I buffered beforo using
the Ccticuha Remedies, They have saved my
life, and I feel it my duty to recommend them, ily
hair Is restored as good as ever and so is my eye
sight. I know of others who have received great
benefit from their use.
ilns. ROSA KELLY, Rockwell City. low.
The new Blood and Skin Purifier and purest and
best of Humor Remedies, internally, and ClTictJRA
the great Skin Cure, and Ci-ricuiiA Soav, an ex
quisite Skin Beautlfler externally, tpcedlly per
manently and economically cure every diseases and
humois of the akin, scalp and blood, with los of
hair, whether itching, burning, scaly, pimply scrof
ulous or hereditary, w hen all other remedies fall.
Sold everywhere. Price. CcricritA, 30c.; Soap
25c.; Resolvent, gl. Piepared by tho Potilu
Diiuo and Chemical Coiu-okatiox, Boston.
C5?Seid for "How to Cure Skin DIseises," CI
pages, oO illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
1")"jiriLES, black heads, red. loueh. chapped.
. JLJ.TJL and oily skin nrevented bv CrrncUKA
IT STOPS THE PAIN.
Backache. Kidney pp.Ins, weakness,
rheumatNm, nhd muscular pains le
stored in one minute by the Cuticura
Ami-Pain plaster. The flrst and only
Instantaneous paln-killine plaster.
Miss Helen Potter, of New York, the
famous reader and impersonator, is in Kan
sas looking after some financial interests
and has been induced by some of her friends
in Wichita to give a course of tally; and
practical lessons upon physical culture and
expression; also a special course of gesture
to a select class of gentlemen and ladies,
with valuable suggestions how to become
graceful and elouueut. Those desirintr to
join the class will send their names and
address to Mrs. E. A. Clark, South Law
rence avenue. '23 2b
Bicycle for Sale.
Expert Columbia, fifty-eight inch,
enamel finish, acolus ball pedals, king of
the road lantern, Lakin cyclometer. In
first class condition except front the cut
riding on eastern roads. Cost $100. Will
sell for 65o cash or i(F by installments.
Can bo seen at Daniel Brothers, 409 East
Douglas. W. L. S.
The Alaska is the best dry air refriger
ator in (he market. Now is your time to
buy one at Bissantz & Matthews', 123 East
Douglas. 21 Gt,
The bathing season is at hand. The
Natatorum is ready to receive all for a nice
plunge, a good swim, and a hot or cold tub
bath, ladies hours Tuesday and J? riday
from 9 a. m. to l'J p. m. d21-0t
Remember that Bissantz & Matthews
sell the celebrated Jewel gasoline stoves.
Do not fail to call if you wan the best stove
in the market. All hardware at bottom
prices at 12o East Douglas. 21 lit
On and after June Otli the Santa Fe
route will resume tariff rates in effect
Maich 1st, lbJ0. G. F. Nicholson,
G. P. &. T. A.
Wichita, May 20, 1690. dl2 tf
Denver Col., and Kottirn SIT-SO.
On June 14, J5, 22 and 2.'$ the Great Rock
Island route will sell tickets to Denver,
Col., at one lowest first class fare for the
round trip. Tickets will be good for re
turn lor thirtv days from date of sale
Train leaves Wichita at 0 a. m. equipped
with free vestibule reclining chair cars,
Pullman sleepers and dining cars. For
further information call at city ticket
office, 100 East Douglas avenue, corner
Main street. C. A. HiTiiERtoni),
19 14t Ticket Agent.
Once upon a time the Queen of all the
Flours," whose name was Imperial, gave
a luncheon to her subjects When all
were seated at the banquet table some of
the "low grades' became envious of the
queen's charms and popularity and cried
out "We are as good as Imperial." The
royal court messenger, Prince Tally-llo,
arrived at that moment in his coach and
proclaimed the verdict of the people: "Im
perial is supreme. Loim live Imperial."
Then the low bread rebels made rye faces
and said "Our cake is dough; we knead no
more. Long live Imperial." 15 tf
"The Lone S-tar" Limited.
Are you going to Kansas City or east
thereof? If so, why not take the 12:40 p. in.
train via the Santa Fe route, arriving in
Kansas Cit y the same evening and Chica
go the next morning, making east-bound
Imperial flour has many imitators but
no rivals. 15G tf
Jewel gasoline stoves have never been
excelled for perfect working qualities,
economy and durability. Bissantz Sc Mat
then s. 123 East Douglas. 21 Ot
If you want a refrigerator eethe Alaska,
best in the market: bottom prices. Bis
santz & Matthews, l'J3 EaFt Douglas. 21 (Jc
Old pajvrs for sale at this oflice 25 cents
per hunurea. 23tf
Iiiiffratlon to the West.
If you have friends in the east who con
template coming west, or if you are going
east, remember you can save time ami
money, likewise your friends, by baying
tickets over the Mi--ouri Pacific" railway,
the shortest line between St. Louis and
Wichita by 4S miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is the only lme
gi iug ;. ou choice of two routes, either vjr
K"imsift City or For; Scott. Elegant irev
reclining chair cars between Wichita and
St. Louis, also between Kansas City and
Wichita, without chansie of cars. Pull
man slevers on all trams. Be sure that
your t.ckt-ts read via the Missouri Paciric
railway and thus save annoyance of
chanemg cars ami unnecessary delays.
Remember also that no rharges are mane
by xrters for ridirg in chair cars. These
porters are paid by the company and are
not allowed to charge any one, be they
local or through passeajper. Tbey are
hired to attend to tne wants of the travel
City ticket office, 137 Xorih Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. BLECELET.
Passenger im1 Ticket Agent.
iL C Towxssxn.
GeneJ-H Passentrer aad Tiekes Agent,
-. IumjLs. Mo. , MKtf J
The Famous is
offering for one
week an elegant
line of "WHITE
open front or
open back, for S9
cents. They are
The great closing out Sale.
Fox &SonJs Dry Goods, Notions
Our entire stock must be clos
ed out at once. '
We can not afford to daly or
Cost or not cost, the goods
must be sold.
Of course you will come and
see. It would be extremely
foolish to buy anjr dry goods
until you see our price.
loO North Main Street.
C. 0. PAGE & CO.
Hardware, Stoves, Window Glass
Leather and liubber JSclting.
518 E. Douglas Ave, Wichita, Kan.
fTTCIIITA, .... KANSAS.
Elevator. St ram Heat, Bath Room. Electric Bell.
Good Sample Uooni I.lcMrd by Electricity. Ele
cant rooms with bath?2.50 per tlav. Terms $2 and
tiM per day. First-class in all l espects.
Wichita, Kan., June 4, 1S00.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of secretary of board of education
until ."5 o'clock p. m., June 14, IS90, for the
1. Grading and filling around the Harry
street school building.
2. Grading and filling around the Kel
logg school building; excavation ot one
foot in basement.
3. Grading and filling around the new
Third ward school building.
4. Grading and filling around the Mc
Cormick avenue school building, west
Bids will be received separate for each
school. All bids must be by the yard.
Sand may be used for base within
one foot of surface. All bids to include
material. Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids. M. Stewart.
Chairman building and grounds.
Wlnfleld ChautaiiQua Assembly.
The fourth annual session will open
Island park, June 21. and continue eleven
days. The class work and platform will
be "under the supervision of Kev. B. T.
Vincent, D. D., of Bullalo, N. Y. The
music will be directed by Prof. George F.
Brierly, Erie, Pa. Classes in elocution
and oratory under Prof. W. W. Carnes, of
Chicago, 111. School of Ivindergarten in
charge of Miss Kuhlman, state normal
school. And stenography under Prof
Van Wye, Southwest Kansas college. Sun
day school normal, instruction by Dr. Vin
cent and Prof. Gridley.
Among the prominent lecturers are Rev.
George W. Miller, D. D., of Kansas Citj,
A. Miner Griswold, Texas Siltmgs; Gen
eral Russell A. Alger, commander-in-chief
G A- R.; Rev. Robert Melntyre, of Chi
cago, Rev. Dr. Talmage. Brooklvn; Rev.
David Winters, D. D., Wichita: Rev R.
T. Savin. D. D., Wichita; Rev. P. S. Hen
son, D. D . Chicaco: Prof. T H. Dmsmore,
Ph. D., EmporiafHon. 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
fiarties. Elegant camping, good water,
uxurious shade, splendid boating, tents,
lodging, board, provisions all on the
grounds. Street cars from all depots to
the park. P
For program, giving particulars, address
A. 11. Limerick, Secretary,
15o tf Winfield, Kansas.
Winslow's Soothuur Svi-nr
ahvavs be usetl for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, allys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-livecents a
bottle. dW tf w4fl ti
The twelfth annual session of Ottawa
Chautauqua Assembly vll be held at For
est Park, Ottawa, Kana, June 17 to 27.
inclusive. The Santa Fe Route makes an
open rate from this town on that occasion
of one fare for round trip. Tickets on sale
June 16 to U7, good to return June 2?
Grand Army Day, June 27, is toe great day
of the Assembh Ex-President Haj-es,
Gen. Alcrer, Hon.'Wni. Warner, Gov II um
phrey, Hon. Ira F. Collins and Hon. Geo.
T Anthony, have promised to deliver ad
dresses. Leeuires will be given on othr
day- by Rv. F W. GunsaUus, D. D. and
Rev. Geo. C. Lorimer, of Chkjaeo, CoL
Geo W. Bain, of Kentucky, ProC W. D.
McChntock and Dr. Jee.
Inqutre of local agent Santa Ff Roate
for further priicabrs resardiag train ser
viee, etc. Yours truly,
l-24i GSO. T. XlCHOLSOX.
G. P. & T. A-
Taking effect Mav 19. 1S1 via Santa Fe
route, .4.CQ to Pueblo. Canon City, Colo
rado Serines Denver awl hUeriDe-Kftte
points, flrst clas-, linuted. ISTtf
The grab that BMke? the
Waflies from Im-wrial Ikwr.
Coin for sale a,the Zephyr mills, SLS
per lead delivered. - Telephone 139. GJ tf
Guess at the census of the city of Wichita for 1890 First
prize $75, second prise $50, third prize $25. "
SPECIAL SALE OF LEG-HORN FLATS. 150 fine Leghorn Flats, the best "rado
grade made, this week only SLOO.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Immigration Committee is hard
ai work and enquiries for Kansas
Lands are coining In from all sides.
Send full description of your farm
with price to
200 E. Douglas Ava. Wiobita, Kan.
NEW LITHOGRAPHED MAP
Shove-ins the County lines. The same publication
pives a complete map of the Indian Territory, nml
other information. Size 'JOxSi Post free, 5U cenU.
Address The Norman "Advance."
Yard, 5(1 West Douglas.
Branch office I7 North. Main. Telephone 19L dl33Jt
HE 0EYSTAL ICE COMPANY
Now ready to supply all -visaing their Pure r! Mill
ed Water ice, at u-ual prices. Office and Factory
Cor. Orape and Pearl streets. West side. Order
JiooKsatw. w. 1'earce 4lb bast Dotielas Ave, and
uccuieniai itoifi uor. seconaanu .Main.
i lephono No. 'iii. J. A. SQHN
dill tf Secretary.
Transient rates ...Jl Mperdar
l)a board $( per week
Room and board J5 to ?7 per wetl"
dlltt I RANK WILLIA3IS I'roprietor.
TO $3 PER DAY.
STANLEY'S GEEAT BOOK!
General A-ent For
Eeliable Agents Wanted in every Township
A Dtalti? Koot Olr.
Tosn a JUMlenc
To Har KcaJ Iaca
To Hnt Ju-JlCHii.
To Hmmnf Money.
I A 3ULUoa id
Mafirtbcr fhlr.irn. j
Ecad and AdrertiEe in Our Want Colnmn.
Mayerick National Bank
CAPITAL. - - - - $400,000
SCItl'LUS, - - - - 000,000
ArcaoMfoC bt-. bascrsaad corperatloa .
tor tctmte tmr rCHAJSCTKKfS f xc-Onrt,
art w r)-4tcoe-it lor Ittmia mImb WIsom -wr-ratkta.
Boaa i a - CUT- mm ealM-ce -xtth s
frota b-mk-t 0ot )ocUA to ofJMr Hmrr C5-f
Wfdrirf own ojed-MK as Lti sonitbr-
w lufra mmrxet toe yrm sn-w t-rretsfrcat
x--BfU(-h, nd ttt -Krst tram $tvttK il-
aarf rktr' wIma lalac mxt-'i-
W KmCal iiarl? Bw4m. JUftrf tarttc
ASA A. POTTKR, Prc-aidant.
JOS. W. WORK, Cashier.
Stir f tm
Sav 25 Magaet. soap wrappers aad gt
vc cash for them IS if
ISave Magnet op wrappe-3 ftwoa.h.
Smithson & Co,
gj"1jTsyE iTaBrfTlyrWi ife.
4x Mr 3-
J AT PRICES
3Ba lr .'I If 3feTlB i "OJClfJ JL
150.00 IN CASH
GIVEN AWAY AT
ERA1JGIS WITTAKER & SCOfS
PORK : MD : B
'4 'y &8g?mp''l fy f&&
f sWf(K. " J"yy I yji
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
Wiehita Trunk Faetory
H. HOSSFBLD, Proprietor.
WICHITA WHOLESALi: GBOCEISY CO.,
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 213 TO 223 SOPTH MARKET STKKKT,
Keep everything in the grocery line, show rase, KcuTcts ami grocern fixtures.
Sop agent for tho state for "Grand Republic" cigar, alao hoIo proprietor of
the "Royalty" and. "La Innoceiicia" brands. d5
THE WICHITA OYEEALL AM SHIRT MANUFACTURING CO,
ilAJUFACTCHKllS AM) JOHHEUK OK
Overalls, Jeans. Capsimoro and Cottonado Pants; Duck LI nod Coats and Vents
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Ovor.shirts; Cnntou Flannel
rnde-rshirts, Drawers, Etc.
Factory and Salesroom 13!) N. Topeka, uichila. Correspondence Solicitr-d
A Genuine and wonderful reduction Halo that wo inaugurate Monday and,
during tho week that is worth tho attention of overy buyer of clothing, uontj
Furnishing Good and JIats.
iREAD - OUR -
IP TOU WATfT TO
Do not fail to see the great bargaina
windows this week.
Everything old as advertised. Prec
givoh free with every boy suit.
150 G. A. R. suits, Indigo blno Haoka
and Frorkrf with extra otof bnUons
warranted fast colors and m orth $10,
our price thin week $7.00.
250 Men's Suit in all color. Prockn
frock- and wick worth from ?li.5o
to S2: our xtrtrc tln Wfk MJi.
120 Men's xultH in all colors, worth
S7.50. S- $9 and $10; our priro 35.00.
Ortr Jioy' anrt Cliiloroii h Dopart
lnr-iit in the hst and tli- lar-rot in tho
city at pnce.i that will knock all coia
One-Price Clothiers, Douglas
K9fn.wfjt.tu Axe a-cTAn.
Ctdra7v Tjlt4. mm! Inm .. CtMenk.
Crou. Hcmi hntw,
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTKR
VTfeateMUc kMi rttmii. L mH&t tca.
UAth OKDZRS. PrJOliyTLKATTKSDnD.
F. P. MABTDi, 114 ilarketxSf.
MM : PACKERS,
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS.
OUR SPECIALTY IS
First-Class Goods !
Star "F Sugar Cured Meals.
Fnre Fnadiilierafri Laid.
RefriferaW Dressed M
If yonr grocer does not supply
tou with our snoods snd us
your address and we will send
you the name of one that will.
Now that the fravoHnjr ponson I
liere those in need of a good trunk op
ali.su bhould not fail to go to the far.
lory. We are headquarters. Buy
from first hndn and get factory
prices. He have marked them do u
lower tlian they can bo shipped in
for, ami are making many new HtyloM
in ladies' anil genta' dre.s.s trunk. Ho
also carry a lino lino of atrholH,
pocket and bill hnoki-, Hntnplo and
medical chhok. also lunch bankets ami
toon. Our htoek ib complete. Jfvour
trunk or vullco is out of on lor Imvo
it repaired at tho Wichita Trunk
Pactory, No. J 25 Weal Douglas Are.
wo ro offerfiir
fun for tho Uya.
in onr tkrac hor
10O dor. on Hp-n49rs. cbrjap at 27c,
for rt f-ttnts.
200 do7on wltlto drew Bhlrt. laua
driod. worth !Ut- our prlco JIS cftnt.
ISO dozen Cndorwoar, worth 33r,
two for 2ft contrt.
100 doron oognt Dorby liat, boau
tirnl lik linod, -north J.40aalt, our
PANTS DBPRTMBNT-TTo l.aro
prtc- from 76 cent up ut $7.00.
GROSS & CO.
SETON & STEWART
HJLvrrxrzrKxti ? rrs
nrsTmiEDB, iiakpkk couxty.
Tie w4or naaffJM-t8r-l br th
Am art; to bo obtain n& tat Wichita at
tho Car or Hotl &ttd throurh iltAr.
A tob --a-rw9t Axv j nut
ite, Utkc UicGmk Hek tbua:
FI-m-m. maeommo-iMtiom mmA lonfc tu
undlptHmt Uxy Ucfct tftmt. to Km
Doui-u- Aecuc tvnxvc MIa rtrtMA.