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This powder aerex varies. A marvel of purity.
trcn(rLh jeis 'vjjolesomeiiess. More economical
than the ordinary kind and cwnot be sold in com
petition with the multitude of low testfihort weight
nliira or phosphate ponders. Sold oalv in cao.
Itojal Bating Powder Co.. 103 Wall St. X. Y.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
HO X. 2TAIX ST.. TT1CI1ITJL.
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled 'to Demand 25 Eaeli.
ITS A COMBINATION I'M OUT.
CtRAWFORD GRAXD. o
J o h. 1L Crawford, JIaaeag
Rev. T. Dcwitt Talfflatkc
WILL LECTURE OX
Friday Evening, June 27,
This xvill be a rare chance to hear America's most
celebrated pulpit orator.
Ticket for ale at the following place: C. T.
Champion's, Hyde & Humble'. Howe's Drug Store,
"st Side. Price of eats 'Jjc to 11.00. No extra
c harge for reser ed seaL
To the Editor of the Eagle.
Please announce me ns a candidate for re-flcctlon
to the oQlce of Clerk of the District court of Sedg
v ick county, subject to the action of tho Republican
county convention. Respectfully,
C. H. LlJUXfi,
Wichita, Kan., June P. ISM. dl9 1 f w tf
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
Tho following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of tho
register of deeds yesterday:
Joseph II Bushbv to C P Martin 544
54(5 54S 550 Rosenthals sub w d
S E Baker to J 13 Hurman 37 Oak st
Ji'mcs II "Whitney to Joseph Burge
2 acres in lot 5 in 19 27 1 e q c d . . . .
Herman Drieswogt to Mary E Rife
14 Bonn st Lawnfield add w d
Rufns Cone shf to Gtio W Walter n
w s e Ji 13 27 1 e except 5 acres
in n e corner shf d
Rufns Cone shf to John Wrigley 54
56 Meridian avenue in Royals hub
division shf d
Jtufus Cone shf to Geo W Walter n
eVscJi 13 271 eshf d
Rufus Cone hhf to Sarah E Burris 7
blk Colwich shf d...-. 050
Short Time Loans
Made on chattels and all good securities,
small or large amounts.
BLACKWL'LDER & HOLHKOOK,
d32-Ct 205 Sedgwick Block.
I want every soldier who is now disabled
from procuring a livelihood by manual
labor to bring his discharge iiapcrs to my
office and apply for a pension, as, under re
cent act of congress he is entitled to from
$G to Sl'2 per month and not have to prove
that his disability originated in the ser
All widows, are now entitled to a pen
sion and they do no! have to prove that
their husband's died of disease incurred in
army. They sue required to show, only,
their marriage to thesoldier, his death ami
their dependence on their own labors
for support. Their minor children also
Dependent relatives must show present
! dependence. Come in at once.
J. R. II. Kikg.
Room 12, 203 North Main street,
il32-lt Wichita, Kan.
One car load good heavy work horses
from 1000 pounds to MOO pounds. Xot
part icular about age. Will Jje at Wichita,
June 27 and 26.
31-3t II. B. COGLEV.
Itatlis! Itaths! Baths
At the Xatatorium, 212 South Topeka
To All Concerned.
At 7:00 p. m., June 30, the A., T. & S. P.
will discontinue the use of Oak street
depot, (old union depot.) All passenger
business at. Wichita for the A., T. & S."P..
St L. & S. P., and W. & W. railways will
be transacted at the union passenger sta
tion, corner Douglas and Fifth avcnue.and
union ticket office 122 North Main strees.
A. Tukntk, W. I). Ml'udock,
TiMO Superintendent. Agent.
Swim! Swim! Snlin!
In clear. freh water heated to S2 deg.
P.ihr. at the Natatonum. ljidie' days,
Tuesdays and Fridays from 0 to 12 m
ALL GOODS AT COST.
Trimmed hats at $1.00. trimmed
hats at $2.00. worth 2. 3,
4j o times the money.
Hat sale at , 0, 10, 12. and 25c
worth 3 to 12 times
The $1.75 dress patterns going
fast today, also the 55 and
Goc dress patterns.
GLOBE, 418 Douglas Ave
Hlf the Bl 1 13!?
JUL "1,s FH1 i LOb
WHAT SHALL WE WEAE?
NBV AND CORRECT STYLES
THE SUMMER SEASON.
A IFrencu Tea Gown That Combines
Grace, Stylo and Comfort Illustrated
aad IescTlbed It Is of Poach. Colored
China Crepe and Sillt-
The Parisian, made tea gown here illus
trated can hardly fail to please, it is so
graceful, so suggestive of coofort during
warm summer days.
A FREXCH TEA GOWN.
The princess blouse and loose sleeves are
in peach colored China crepe. The jacket,
with under part of sleeves and scarf belt,
is in peach colored silk, figured with fern
leaves in their natural tints. There is a
frilling of lace around the neck, the jacket
and sash. The bow at the throat is in
plaited muslin. The overskirt of China
crepe, which is accordeon plaited, is made
over soft peach hued silk. This gown
would also be exceedingly attractive made
in soft shot silk in the new mixtures, with
passementerie to correspond.
The Xcw Parasols.
Many of the new parasols are in reality
things of beauty. "Rajah" is the name
given to one style. This is composed of
kilted Indian gauze or soft silk, with a
double frill caught up at distances around
the edge and a rosette clustering around
the ferrule. In white it is delightfully cool
and dainty, but it is to be seen in all col
ors. "Letty Land" comes next, and is
formed of three flounces of accordeon
plaited silk, with a small one reversed, and
clustered round the ferrule. In red tho
parasol resembles a large poppy, in black it
could be used for mourning, and in a new
shade of copper ore and pale heliotrope it is
lovely. Another variety has the founda
tion of soft silk, with a festooned accordion
flounce of gauze round the edge, and frill3
of the same up each rib, meeting and clus
tering at the top. In plain and fancy 3uy
soresilk the parasols are made to order to
match any costume, and so are the en-tous-cas
in fancy Arabian crepe, soft tinted
flowered muslin and patterned cottons;
these latter plain or edged with a frill.
Dresses have not grown much wider,
spite of tho fact that drapery has been re
vived. Limp, skimpy looking skirts aro
vanishing. The new dresses aro not al
lowed to cling. The hem is very much
stiffened, so that the dress stands out well
all round. Small steels are also being in
troduced into the backs of dresses. They
aro worn about half way down the skirt,
and aro too sm;tll to assert themselves.
The straight, steep lines that add so much
to the height have ceased to please. Even
tho independent tailor made dresses have
altered their tone considerably lately. They
aro being draped about the hips, and in
straight lines from waist to hem. Pall Mall
In the cut here presented is shown some
thing quite new in way of bracelet, neck
lace and watch chains. The novelty con
sists in the succession of gold balls in
groups of four, and so placed that the ar
ticle these form is pliable, medium in
weight and without any chain running
through to break.
NEW BRACELET, NECKLACE AND WATCH
To this novel and attractive style has
been given, very appropriately, tho name
"Le Quatrefoil." It appears in both pol
ished and Roman finish and furnishes a
showy ornament at a reasonable cost.
Thanks are due to The Jewelers, Circular
for the very comprehensive cut which in
cludes a bracelet, neck chain, a vest chain
and a lady's queen chain.
Gauze fans, hand painted and most deli
cately mounted, are seasonable luxuries.
Silk bags lined with satin are sold with
some of the fans. These bags are almost as
long as the fans, and hang from the arm
by silken cords.
With other heart shaped jewelry are
A queen chain has as a pendant a gold
basket filled with eggs, the latter being
simulated by pearls.
SL'k petticoats are richly trimmed with
lace. Oue of gray and white brocade,
made with long tabs at the hem falling
over lace flounces and terra cotta silk,
seenied to have flounces round the feet
swathed in lace.
The seamless bodice hooks under the left
arm and is finished at the waist with a
shaped hand covered with embroidery.
There are large leg-of-mutton sleeves.
Aagry Citizen How much will you take
and leave the neighborhood at once?
Leader of lattla German Band Fifty
Angry Citiren You ask too much
Leader of Little German Band Ish dot
so? Yell, I blays von more tana und den
you see if dot'a too mooch. Puck.
Inquiring Stranger Con you tell rnc
whit those carvings on the station are for?
Ticket Agent Certainly, t.ir. So that
people when they have nothing elsa to do
cm afit abant them. Elicsresiia Blactor.
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Scaly Skin Diseases.
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Skin red. itchy and bleeding. Hair
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ily disease (psoriasis) first oroTie oat on my left
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n as afraid I would lose my eyesight altogether: It
spread all over my head and my hair 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 fcore. It covered my entire body, my face, head
and shoulders being the worst. Tho white scabs
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the skin would thicken and be red and very itchy.
and would crack and bleed if scratched. After
spending many hundreds of dollars, I was pro
nounced incurable. I heard of the CCTICL'RA
Remedies, and after using two and after I had
taken four bottles, I was almost cured; and when I
had used six bottles of Ccticl'ra Resolvent and
one box or CirriCTTRA.and one cake of Ccticcka
Soat, I was cured of the dreadful disease from
which I had suffered for five years, I thought the
disease would leave a very deep scar, but the Ccrn
cntA Remedies cured it without any cars. I can
not express with a pen what I suffered before using
the Cdticuka Remedies, They have saved my
life, and I feel it my duty to recommend them. My
hair la restored as good as ever and so Is my eye
sight. I know of others who have received great
benefit fiom their use.
Mrs. ROSA KELLY, Rockwell City, Iowa.
The new Blood and Skin Purifier and purest and
best of Humor Remedies, internally, andCuxicUKA
the great Skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an ex
quisite Skin Beautiiler externally, speedily per
manently and economically cure ei ery diseases and
humors of tho skin, tcalp and blood, with los of
hair, whether itching, burning, scaly, pimply scrof
ulous or hereditary, when all other remedies fall.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c.; Soap
25c; Resolvent, ?1. Prepared by the Potter
Drug axd Chlmical Corporation. Boston.
t"Sendfor "How to Cure Skin Diseases," G4
pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
"priVrPLES, black heads, red. rouch. chapped,
A Jl-lU. and oily skin prevented by Cuticura
IT STOPS THE PAIN,
Backache, kidney pains, weakness
lheumatism. and muscular pains le
stored in one minute by the Cuticura
Anti-Pain plaster. Tho first and only
instantaneous pain-killing plaster.
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAIi ASSOCIATION.
Meeting at. St. Paul, 3Ilnn., July 4 to II, ISOO.
The Rock Island, having been designa
ted ;us one of the official routes for teachers
contemplating a trip to St. Paul to attend
the annual meeting of the National Educa
tional association, to be held at St. Paul,
Minn., July 4th to 11th, inclusive, ISflO,
will run special vestibuled trains of ele
gant Chair Cars, Pullman sleepers and
Dining Cars from St. Joseph ana Kansas
Citv through without change. This, in
addition to the two regular scheduled
trains that run daily to St. Paul from Kan
sas and Missouri river points of first-class
Coaches. Chair Cars, Pullman Sleepers and
Tickets from Kansas will be sold from
July 1 to 7.
The rate will be one lowest first-class
fare the round trip (half fare e.'ich way)
plus $2 for membership fee, the return
limit extending to September 30, 1800, tick
ets being good for return at any time to
that date after July 11. Stop over privil
eges will be allowed returning at any time
or place on the Rock Island and Albert
Further arrangements have also been
effected for low excursion rates from St.
Paul to all points of interest to tourists
and pleasure eekers, and especially to
Fort Snelling, Minnehaha Falls, Falls of
St. Anthony, Lake Minnetonka, White
Bear Lake, Lake Osakis, Geneva Beach
and Alexander, through the "Park Region
of Minnesota." (About 25 ) lakes are lo
cated within ninety miles of St. Paul and
Minneapolis, all pleasant resorts, with
good facilities for boating and fishing).
Also to Diiluth and Ashland, or for those
who desire it, a complete tour of Yellow
stone Park, or the Canadian National Park
at Ban It.
Returning via the lake The Rock Island
has also arianged that the passengers can
return via the lakes from Duluth to Chi
cago on payment of SIS (which includes
meals and berths), affording them tho op
portunity of seeing the great copper re
gion, the ports of Houghton and Hancock;
the city ot Marquette with its iron ore
docks, the Pictured Rocks, the straits of
Mackinaw, wheie the largest ship locks in
the world are now in course of construc
tion; the historical and picturesque Mack
inac islands, the Snow Islands, and thence
via Lake Michigan to Chicago, from which
point tickets will be good via the Rock
island, passing through the cities of Otta
wa, La Salle, Moline and Rock Island,
where the government arsenal is located,
thence through Davenport to Missouri
river or ulterior western destination.
Any further information in regard to
rates, time of trains, reservation in sleep
ing cars, etc., will be cheerfully given uu
on application to any of the agents of the
Rock Island or at city ticket office, 100 E.
Douglas avenue, corner Main street, Wich
ita. S. F. Boyd.
A. G. T. & P. A., Topeka, Kan.
26-lSt G. T. & P. A., Chicago, 111.
If you wish to combine pleasure with
profit and get a taste of outdoor life, buy
a round trip ticket via Santa Fe route to
Winfield at one fare, June 23 to July 4,
and attend the Chautauqua assembly at
Island Park, near that city. The lecture
corp includes Gen. Alger, Rev. T. DeWitt
Talmage, A. M Griswold, of "Texas
Siftings" fame, Rev. Robt. Mclutyre and
other celebrities. 27-17t
National Educational Association, St. Paul,
Jlmn., July 4th to lltli.
For the above named occasion the Mis
souri Pacific railway offers a rate of one
lowest first class tariff fare for the round
trip, plus $2 membership fee. These tick
ets will be on sale on July 1st to 7th, in
clusive, with final return limit of Septem
ber 30th. Persons wishing to visit the
northern lakes during the heated term can
avail themselves of this rare opporamity
of obtaining cheap rates to St. Paul where
arrangements have been made for reduced
rates to other points. For further informa
tion apply at ticket office, No. 137 North
Main, or depot, cornerSccond and Wichita
stseet. E. E. Bleckley,
27 tf Pass, and Ticket Agt.. 137 N. Main.
Will be received at this office until June
27 for 1.000 cubic yards more or less of clay
or black loam dirt free from sand, to lie
deliveral on the race track at English's
park. Bids must state the kind proposed
to be furnished and price per yard. Right
reserved to reject any or all bids. Ad
dress, W. P. McNair. Secretary,
d2(M5t Southern Kansas Fair Ais'n.
pecial Train rvicc.
For excursionists to Chautauqua
assembly, Ottawa, Kan., from June Iti to
27, inclusive, a special coach will be at
tached to train leaving Emporia at 6 p. m.
Bv this arrangement passengers can leave
Wichita at 12.40 p. m. and arrive at Ottawa
at S p. m. One fare for round trip$4.65. 1
W. D. Mckdock,
27 9t Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills, 1.25
per load delivered. Telephone lt. 00 tf
Kxcnrslonto Denver via Santa Fe Koute.
Account of the National Association of
Plumbers, Denver, Col. The dates of sale
are June 14 and 15, at one lowest limited
fare in effect for round trip, thirty days
Also June 22 and 23 same rate, limited
thirty days. For tickets and other infor
mation apply 122 North Main street and
new passenger station, Douglas avenae,
and Oak street depot. lfctf
Are you going wot? Are yon going
cast 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.
The twelfth annual session of Ottawa
Chautauqua Assembly will be held at For
est Park, Ottawa, Kansas, 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 27. good to return June 28.
Grand Army Day, June 27, is the great day
of the Assembly. Ex-President Hayes,
Gen. Alger, Hon. Wm. Warner, Gov. Hum
phrey, Hon. Ira F. Collins and Hon. Geo.
T. Anthony, have promised to deliver ad
dresses. Lectures will be given on other
daj's by Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus, D. D. and
Rev. Geo. C. Lorimer, of Chicago. CoL
Geo. W. Bain, of Kentucky, Prof. W. D.
McCliutock and Dr. Price.
Inquire of local agent Santa Fe Route
for further particulars regarding train ser
vice, etc. Yours truly,
i4-24t Geo. T. Nicholson,
G-. P. & T. A.
All Aboard for St. Paul.
National Educational association meets
this year at St. Paul, Minn., July 4 to 11,
the cool belt; just the place for a summer
You can buy a round-trip ticket via
Santa Fe route to St, Paul, July 1, to 7, at
one lowest first-class fare, plus S2 member
ship fee, with final limit September 30.
Rate is low, limit long, occasion interest
ing. The Santa Fe gives choice of routes east
of Kansas City, and will arrange to run
through sleepers or chair cars via "official"
(Burlington) route, selected by Kansas
committee of transportation, or by any
other regular line between Kansas City
and St. Paul designated by parties order
ing such cars.
For information about special parties of
teachers, and details of rates, train service,
etc., call on W. D. MCKDOCK, agent Santa
Fe route, or address G. T. Nicholson, gen
eral passenger and tickel agent, Topeka,
Kan. , 23 tf
Wanted Orders for "The JennessMille
'Dainty' Liste Thread Underwear," and
"The Delsarte Waist."' For health, style
and comfort they have no equal. 407 East
Douglas avenue, room 27. Hours after 3
p. m. Miss Grant, Agent.
On and after June 0th the Santa Fe
route will resume tariff rates in effect
March 1st, 1S90. G. F. NICHOLSON,
G. P. &. T. A.
Wichita, May 20, 1S90. dl2 tf
Once upon a time the Queen of all the
"Flours, ' whoso 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-Ho.
arrived at that moment in his coach and
proclaimed the verdict of the people: "Im
perial is supreme. Long 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 Mar" Limited.
Are you going to Kansas City or east
thereof? If so, why not take the 12:40 p. m.
train via the Santa Fe route, arriving in
Kansas City the same evening and Chica
go the next morning, making east-bound
The Wichita Produce company has been
made the wholesale and retail agent for
the celebrated "Ferro-Manganese" waters
of ExcelsiorSprings, Mo. 2!) w fri sun-tf
Winfield Chautauqua Assembly.
The fourth annual session will open at
Island park, June 24, and continue eleven
days. The class work and platform will
be under the supervision of Rev. B. T.
Vincent, D. D., of Buffalo, N. Y. The
music will be directed bv Prof. Georjre F.
Brierly, Erie, Pa. Classes in elocution
and oratory under Prof. W. W. Carnes, of
Chicago, 111. School of Kindergarten in
charge of Miss Kuhlman, state normal
school. And stenography under Prof.
Vnn Wye, Southwest Kansas college. Sun
day school normal, instruction by Dr. Yin
cent and Prof. Gridley.
Among tbs prominent lecturers aro Rev.
George AV. Miller, D. D., of Kansas City;
A. Miner Griswold, Texas Siftings; Gen
eral Rusuell A. Alger, commander-in-chief
G. A. R.; Rev. Robert Mclutyre, of Chi
cago; Rev. Dr. Talmage, Brooklyn; Rev.
Diivid Winters, D. D., Wichita: Rev. R.
T. Savin, D. D , Wichita; Rev. P. S. Ilen
son, D. 1)., Chicago; Prof. T. II. Dinsmore,
Ph. D., Emporia; lion. A. W. Smith, Mc
Pherson; lion. 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 cm 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. II. Ll-MEMCK, Secretary,
155 tf Winfield, Kansas.
Advice to .Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, alluys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
lemedy for diarrhoea. Twentv-iivecents a
bottle. d(J4 tf w4'J tf
Old papers for sale at thisofiice 25 cents
per hundred. 23tf
The 1 crro-Manjranese Water.
"For disorder, menstruation, anaemia
and sterility it may properly be termed a
specific." From Dr. W. P. Mason's re
port on this famous water of Excelsior
Springs, Mo. 29 w fri sun-tf
Denver and Keturn Cheap.
On June 22 and 23 the Missouri Pacific
railway will sell round trip tickets to Den
ver and return at one fare for the round
trip good for thirty days. Bear in mind
that tho train via the shortest and quick
est route to Denver leaves the depot at the
corner of Second and Wichita streets at
5:20 p. m. dailj-, arriving at Denver at 12:30
p. m. next day. Elegant chair cars through
to Denver. Berths in Pullman sleeper
can be reserved by calling at city office,
No. 137 N. Main street.
E. E. Blecklev,
27-tf Passenger and Ticket -Agt.
Scaled proposals will be received at the
office of the secretarv of the board of edu
cation until 10 a. m. "June 30, IS0. for the
erection of an addition to the Wichita
High school building, according to plans
and specifications on nle in the office of C.
W. Terry, architect, room 16. Bitting block,
AVichita, Kan. A certified check lor $200
must accompany each bid. The board re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
Ch. Com. Buildings and Grounds.
Wichita, Kan., June 19, 1JX). 2S et
Chronic InBamation of the Bladder.
Is promptly cured by the Excelsior
Springs, Mo., waters, 29 w fri sun-tf
Look at Thl.
The Missouri Pacific will sell tickets to
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver $4.00.
Kansas City. St. Joseph and Omaha $4.C0,
St. Louis only $5. 00. All other points cor
resiKHidingly low. Call and get lowest
rates. 137 north Main street Missouri Pa
cific ticket office. Shortest line to St.
Louis by 45 miles. Two hours the quick
est, dl tf
TheRuxlslori.prinK. Mo.. Waters.
Are sold only in bottles -never in bnlk.
2!) v fri sun-tf
The grub that makes the
Waffles from Imperial floor.
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
I have stored ar oSee Into tfre StEHb-sctearr
fewlMtoc, No. S X Market istrw. crnmat floor. Jat
wrttlwc la&K3urce U t. y aJm t vrrtoe a corrertiy
and tqr doing aroM aay B&mySCTXactHac l
tw!i U ocoBjkaaies and :b MtuL
H is too bu to rorrs njiafet t tfce trtitimt: oi
an tn.-nrsce potter ftr tlv flw ocrarxI ad
K k ot Um HUM impertMce : everyoae kefctau:
aahworsj poOry u kaon- Uiat k fccwrrw-tfr
vrrnwB. Tie compaRfes ttat I irpnv-em huxe tttd
to the people of Wlt-fait mar Uos.a4s at tSoIiart
aod their policy b&a niray been lir&ea to adjttst-
L. JJ. DULLER.
135 X Market St.
Transcient rates ......H50perday
Day board Wperweet
Hoom and board $5 to $7 per week
dlOJ 1'KANK WILLIAMS Proprietor.
Smithson - & - Co.,
132 N. Market 3t.
loans, Eeal Estate & Insurance.
STANLEY'S GEEAT BOOK!
Ik LS. Carter
General Agent for
Eeliable Agents Wanted in everv Township
THE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY
Now ready to supply all wishing their Pure Distill
ed Water ice. at usual prices. Ofllce and Factory
Cor. Osdfro and Pearl streets. West Side. Order
Books ,.t W. W. Peorco 405 East Douglas Ave, and
Occidental Hotel Cor. Second and Main.
Felephono No. 2U. J.A.SOHN
dill tf secretary.
SiJ VMTZL f'-Zf.
i -5?nSCE V!.i-vs5lJ:
lie,'--OB issrsv,, X4 &a
$2 TO $3 PER DAY.
Maverick National Bank
CAPITA Tj, - - - - $100,000
SUlll'liUS, - - - - 000,000
Accounts of banks bankers and corporations so
licited. Our facllltlr-s for COLLECTIONS aro excellent,
and we re-dbcount for banks when balances war
Uostonlsa Ueserie City, and balances with us
from banks (not located in other lleserve Cities
count as a re-erve.
We draw our own eschanco on London and th
Continent, and make cable transfers and place
money by telegraph throughout the United States
We ha e a market for prime flrt-clns investment
securities, and invite proposals from states, counties
and cities when Issuing bonds.
We do n general Banking Business, and invite
ASA A. POTTER, President.
JOS. W. WORK, Cashier.
C- 0, PAGE & CO,,
Carry the largest stock of
Rubber and Oak Tanned Leather Belling
In Southern Kansas.
Correspondence solicited. 513 East Dosslas ave-,
TO ART DEALERS AM) ARTISTS.
Artist's Material, Picture. Mfwldincs and Frames,
Wholesale and retail. Catalogue free.
MAIL ORDEKS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
F. P. METIS, 114 Market St.
5Sl-tf TELKPHOKE .
fnCHITA, - . - . KANSAS.
Elerator. Stam He
A Sample Room iUchted by ric.retr. Lle
TV. T(umm Ctv4 ?
rxnt room wu& sm z-yi pr ay irs i; ma
Iia pr dty. Fnlcxij to all rpU-
TVHOH.MAJL AND KFTAIL
Corner Fim tret irxl La-RTeace Area.
OW-co Yrd. fclj aad Jroa rKt, CMea- W
A. -ic.-tli. ssatesjii. Geo. L. Prist & Ge. D.
Crows, Keskleat Partners. W
1 Cao Cl:r
i Peiriiacs Sr-iltfriag,
I Tani. Ml Wes IwaiUa.
iaeh.o!2:e 1ST Xcrsb Mala. TekpboBeia. XSSU
Baths. Baths. Baths,
T1h5 Wichita Steam Laundry has jaet
SOfl die mcec-t line of Bath Booms in
e State. Laundry and Bath Rooms
117; 119 and 121 "W. Pirst St.
inly a Few
GUESS AT THE CENSUS OP THE CITY OP WICHITA.
FIRST PRIZE $75.
SECOND PRIZE $50.
THIRD PRIZE $25
Every $2.00 purchase entitles yon to a coupon to make
your guess upon.
BOSTON" : STORE.
HUSCIS TVEITTAKEE & SONS,
RK : AND : BEEF : PACKERS,
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
Wichita Trunk Faetopy
H. HOSSFELD, Proprietor.
WICHITA WHOLESALE C. ROOEUV CO.,
OPPICE AND WAKKIIOUSK 213 TO 22.1 SOUTH MAHKRT STHKKT.
Keep everything" in the grocery line, show maes. Srft!e and rrooer fixture."
agents lor tlie state lor "liranu
the "Itoyalty" and "La Juuoccncia" brand.
THE AVICHITA OVERALL AXD SHIRT MANUFACTURING CO.
MANl'KACTrKEIte AM) JOBBEIl or
Overalls, Jeans, Cassimere and Cottonado Pan tit; Duck Lined Coat and Teste;
Taney Flannel and Cotton Overahirtj Canton PI annul
1 nderidiirtH, Drawers, Ktr.
Factory and Salesroom 1159 X. Topeka, Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
Kb it is nsnallv enstomnrv to have rleatlng walea after the Rth of Jnly "When,
the pnbllc lh through buying and hvu no n for good at any
price, wo have ooncludod wliU our tock. h) Com
plete yet to Slaughter them at
ONE-HALF THEIR REAL VALUE.
SOME OF THE GOLDEX EAGLE RARE BARGAINS
Suits for men and yontha oat ofonr great AprM pnrehatjo In light wight
caAsimeres, cheviot, worsted, flannel and trgea, tot rferht fr
tho hot vav, In all the nobby atyle r tnucii. nml onUwjf
and frocks at about one half the prwe tkn wer M&du
up to sell for $27. 83o and $35 autUi all tailor
made, elegantly trimmed. S5 tyle. $15.
"obby suit $IS,$20 and $155 twit
in fine cheviot, Marka ami cut
aways, st only $0.O.
$2, 2.50 and $3 pant? at $LfOj $5. $6.0o and $7 pants at $0.50 $i, $4.50
and $5 panu at 52.00; $7, $3 and $10 paste at $.
Furnishing Goods and Straw Hats at One-Half their Real Value.
SEE DISPLAY IN
One-Price Clothiers, Dousias
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS.
OUR SPECIALTY IS
First-Ciass Goods !
Slar "W" Sugar Cured lleais.
Pure Unadulterated Lard.
Refrbrafed Dressed Beef,
If your grocer does not supply
you with our goods send us
your address and we will send
you the name of one that wilL
NflH' that the traveling scaoon Is
lu'i-o those In nocil of a ood trunk op
-ulisc Hhould not lhll to o to the flic,
tory. Wo ar huadqtmrtors. lluy
from first hand and jrot factory
prici's. H hav marked thorn down
lower than they run l shipped In
U v. ami arc making- many new ntylort
in I.nlh's nml wilts' drt'Hri trunk.s. Wo
al-o r.i-vj n tine line of Hiitcholtt,
ik Ki t ami hill books, mtmplo and
j.u- !:. 1 c.itcs. also luiirli bartkit and
m oti. 0ir stork It com ploto. Ifyoup
t link, or vjilli-r is out of ortlor liavo
it repaired at the Wichita Trunk.
J'aetory, 2s'o. 125 et Douglas Avo.
itepuuiic figure, hwi huh- iriiiriiora oi
& Lawrence. I. GROSS & CO