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i& WlxtlxxiK gaily fprgl: JF wxxfcay Lsxtims, .v$asl 17, 1890.
A cream of tartar linking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strength.
V. S. GovernmentBeport, Aug. 17, 1S89
HE LATEST STYLES
149 X. 3IA.IX ST., 1TZCHXXJL.
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled to Demand 25 Eaoh.
ITS A COMBNATION I'M OUT.
Ttlilira uJccc Mcch an ics,
Oakland J to me.
135 North Market street
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the oilice of the
register of deeds.
Jno M Glenn to II R Hatfield 21 23
Davton uve Lawence's 7th add wd.$ 3000
J G Williams to International Loan
5c Trust Co 01 Douglas ave Abbotts
Harriet F Scott to G F Blackmer HI
:J3 Poplar st Oliver's sub-div wd. . . 1100
W II Lane to X Lane 1 :J 5 7 J53 35
AToslcv ave Kodson's add 3S 40
Dodge's add 30 Blaine ave Gam
son's add wd 1
b Andrews to A Basley 30S 310 312
.514 Rosenthal" sub wd 450
Jos Beaver to R R Hatfield 13 Doug
las ave Foster's sub wd 3000
C E Benson to Frank Kerschnernei
18 27 3w wd 2500
31 Block to Mathias Seheer swji" IS 27
2w wd 2500
R'ifus Cone shff to Mary Somers and
Geo Vomers G S 10 ave B Valley
Center wd 50
Saturday, .August 10, at Fisher's Grove.
Kuita Fe route will run a special train,
having Douglas avenue station at 9:30 a.
vi.. returning at 7 p. m. Round trip 40
The regular examination for county cer
Ht'CrftPs will be held at Lewis academy at
Wichita, beginning at S:30 a. m.. Friday,
August 22, and continue two days.
d 75 lot w23 1l
The Genda Sprnw mineral is indis
pensible as a bonsehould water. Its use
will promote a healthy condition of the
stomach and bowels, assist digestion and
with all is a delightful table water. For
sale by your druggist. 7S-0t
Yes, you am get little sailor hats by the
.i'v-en at the manufacturing rooms, over
tt. F.it, Douglas. All new shapes made
to order. 7S-lt
Mrs. s. K Cnig. formerly of Des Moines,
la , li't-s opened her dressmaking parlors in
1 jrebauyh block, 2sorth Market street,
rutting and fitting a specialty, and will
i at out lining free for those that desire to
we my system of cutting. 7S-2t
trade j-y Jy ium
jQb" -M. HATTER.
Until then our entire stock at prime cost. $40,000
worth ot' fall and winter goods now on sale at cost prices.
o profits asked, any price to get rid of them. Every
day counts, don't put it oft too late.
Crowded every day with bargain seekers, and never a
hotter field to pick from. Only a few summer goods left,
your own price takes them. Join the procession that is
making their way every day to the Globe, where every
thing must go by January 1st.
A few wool cnallis left to go at 15c
A few china silks to goat 2oc per yd.
A few 23c ginghams to Go at 14c.
A few French 33e Ratines to go at 15
A few French J3c Salines to go at 19
0 dress patterns left of wool bieges
10 yds for $l.t.
2 pieces light grey Brilliantincs left
vils for $2.50.
Choice of our S l-'lc calicos now 0 1-2
Our 12 and 15c (rins'iams now 10c
Great many remnants at half price
Silk Velvets 05e yd.
cotton velvets 2!e yd.
10 fn Plushes SQr yd.
19 in Plushes 5!Jc ye.
Millinery. Hats, Flowers,
Feathers, all at pour own price.
Trimmed Hats at your owu price.
All Silk ami "Wont Last Very Long.
No. 2, All hilk, 4 cents a yard.
No. 4. All jilk, 5 cents a yard.
No. 5, All bilk. 7 cents a vard.
No. 7, All bilk, y cedts a vard.
No. 9. All silk, lie a vard. Black
"Xo. 12. All silk. 15c a vard. and
'o. 10. All silk. l!)ca yard. ' Colors.
All silk, come on with the rush.
Come ou with the crowds that will be with us until January l. and save
many dollars on your fall purchases. Go everywhere, then come to us and
see the difference ben een cost and profits, no margins asked.
GLOBE, 418 E Douglas.
A gentleman who once mads a tour of
the Tennessee mountain district says that
the lameness of his horse compelled him to
stay all day at the rude homo of one of the
mountaineers, who, in a shiftless, half
hearted way, cultivated a few acres of corn
land in the valley.
During the day the man's son, a long,
leathery, bony young fellow about 20 years
old, and at the least 6 feet and 2 inches tall,
was told to go to the "settlemint," three
miles distant, for some coffee.
His costume consisted of a "hick'ry"
shirt and a pair of cotton trousers rolled to
the knees above his bare feet. Before start
ing he went into the cabin for a moment,
and when he came out he had added a pa
per collar and a huge brass breastpin to
his attire, whereupon his father said, part
ly to his son anca partly to the stranger:
"Thar ye air agin, rigged out in all that
thar finery! I tell ye, mister, that thar
boy's pride is bound ter be the ruination of
'im yit. All ho thinks of is finery. Fust
thing ho knows he'll be gittin' tew proud
tew to go tew meetin' bar' footed."
A Valuable Stone.
The Estrella do Sul was found in 1653 by
a negro woman at Bogagem, in Minas
Geraes, and weighed before cutting 254
carats. The negro woman sold it for $15,
000. The Bank of Rio de Janeiro bought it
for $150,000. It was reduced to 125 carats
in cutting, and was bought by the khedive
of Egypt. It is not perfectly white, but its
"fire" makes it one of the finest gems in
existence. Jewelers' "Weekly.
An original entertainment, which bids
fair to become very popular, is occasionally
given in New York society. Invitations
are issued for a play to be given by ama
teurs at 10 o'clockin the evening, thus leav
ing the time devoted to dinner compara
tively undisturbed. London, in order to
get rid of hurried dinners in the theatrical
season, is to have three or four afternoon
theatres, so arranged that all the best plays
and actors in turn can be seen at them.
A strong alkali at once applied to a snake
bite will decompose all the venom which it
touches. So if both fangs of the snake
have pierced the skin the two wounds
should bo made one with a sharp knife,
and then filled with dry carbonate of am
monia. Frequent small dissolved doses of
the same should be taken inwardly, or fifty
drops of aromatic spirits of ammonia
taken hypodermically, for its peculiar effect
upon the blood.
''Co West, Young 3Ian.,r
"Do you know," said an old timer at the
Chicago club, "that that epigrammatic bit
of advice to young men, 'Go west,' so gen
erally attributed to Horace Greeley, was
not original with him? No Well, it
wasn't. It all came about this way: John
L. B. Soulo was the editor of The Terre
Haute Express back in the '50's, and one
day in '51, if I remember right, he and
Dick Thompson, afterward secretary of
war, were conversing in the former's sanc
tum. Thompson had just finished advis
ing Soulo to go west and grow up with the
country, and waa praising his talents as a
" 'Why, John,' he said, 'you could write
an article that would be attributed to Hor
ace Greeley if you tried.'
" 'No, I couldn't,' responded Mr. Soule
modestly. 'I'll bet I couldn't.'
" 'I'll bet a barrel of flour you can if
you'll promise to try your best, the flour
to go to some deserving poor person.'
" 'All right. Til try,' responded Soule.
"Ho did try, writing a column editorial
on the subject of discussion the oppor
tunities offered to youngonen by the west.
He started in by saying Horace Greeley
could never have given a young man bet
ter advice than that contained in the
words, 'Go west, young man.'
"Of course tho advice wasn't quoted
from Greeley, merely compared to what
he might havo said, buf in a few weeks
the exchanges began coming into The Ex
press office with the epigram reprinted and
accredited to Greeley almost universally.
So wide a circulation did it obtain that at
last The New York Tribune came out ed
itorially, reprinted Tho Express article,
and said in a foot note:
"The e.presoion of this sentiment has
been attributed to the editor of The Trib
une erroneously. But so heartily does he
concur in the advice it gives that he in
dorses most heartily the epigrammatic ad
vico of Tho Torre Haute Ezpress, and joins
in sajing 'Go west, young man. go west.' "
"No. 2 1-2, 0 cents a yard.
"No. $ 1-2. 9 centra yard.
ZN'o. 4. 10 cents a yard.
"No. 5. 13 cents a yard.
"o. f. 1(5 cents a yard.
"No. 7. 19 cents a yard.
Less thau you can buy them whole
bale. 1 lot ladies black and Lisle hose now
1 lot fancy vests was 75c now 35c.
One lot Children's Hose, sizes 5 to
7 19. Black Ingrain and Bibbed, were
10c. 12c, 15c and 20c. divided in two
lots. First lot 5 cents; Second lot 7
cents a pair.
S-4 Unbleached Peperal Sheeting at
9-4 Unbleached Peperal Sheeting at
10-4 Unbleached Peperal Sheeting
at 23 cents.
Only 10 bolts of each: you will have
Five pieces 50 inch Unbleached
Table Cloth now 19 cents.
Our entire stock of Glassware. Tin
ware and Jewelry at half price.
75c unlaundried shirts now 50c
50c unlaundried shirts now 39c.
Lace caps less thau half price.
Our Gents' Neckwear stock at half
f I ADD
tJf JL, p JLJ JL-drf
There is no use of making an assertion unless you
At this season of the year the care
ful buyer can do well by shopping in
Our 10, 12 and 15c satines Monday,
one day only 5c per yard.
60-inch, 1-2 bleached German table
damask, 39c per yard.
52-inch bleached Damask, 29c per
Guarranteed fast color red Damask
19c per yard.
Large size Turkish wash rags 3c
Good sized Turkish towels 4c each.
11-4 extra heavy crochet quilts 69c,
good quality crochet
Money saved by trading at the Bos
ton Store. Boy's suits G9c.
VAKTS TO BE COUNTED.
ONE OP WICHITA'S BEST KNOWN
STOCK DEALERS TELLS A SOME
WHAT EEMAEEABLE ST0EY.
Captain Billings Relates an Esperienco
of Public Interest.
Captain S. Billings, who does business
at No. 3, Exchange building, is an old
resident of Wichita, and a well known
dealer in live stcck. Therefore it was that
when that gentleman sought the ear of a
reporter yesterday and impressively re
lated the following story with the sugges
tion that its publication might be fruitful
of greatest good to many, it was written
down verbatim as uttered, and is herewith
"The reason why I wish to tell you my
story," began the captain, "is because I
received a copy of the Health Messenger a
few davs ago, a valuable e ght-column
paper published by Dr. F. C. Dillings, of
135 North Market street, and thus discov
ered that the doctor had returned to
Wichita to practice. It was when the
doctor was here before, something over
three veats atio. that I was led to make his
acquaintance and finally to undergo a
course of treatment by him the result of
which has been so extremely astonishing
that I cannot help thinking it my duty to
make the facts public.
"For more than ten years I had been
practically unlit for business, owing to
frequent attacks of sick headache that
would keep me in mv bed from one to two
dajs. And such suffering and torture as
1 endured when these attacks came ou no
one can ever tell unless they have had the
same experience, and 1 feel confident that
there are but very few who have had such
excruciatingly severe attacks as were
mine, and remember they had come every
ten or eleven days for more tLan that
number of years.
"Had I tried other physicians before Dr
Dillings'' I should say I had. I did not
suffer 7ill these years without seeking help
and 1 -ought it at the hand-, of the very
beat plnsieian and specialists to be found
in the Cnited States, too, and paid them
enormous fees, as well as large sums of
money for traveling and other expenses
which my persistent efforts to get well
Not one of all the doctors employed
previous to Dr. Dilliugs, nor any change
of climate or altitude did me any good
whatever, and to say that I wib dis
couraged and long had been, is to tell the
truthrthouch by the urgent recommenda
tion of friends I decided to try just once
more, and Dr. Dillings was the one I was
urged to try and did try, and Dr. Dillings
was the physician who cured me. I don t
mean relieved me, mind yon, but cured
me. for I have not had the slightest indi
cation of headache from the time treat
ment ceased to this day. over three years.
I have also been thoroughly well in every
way. and want to be counted among those
who recommend the doctor."'
"Dr. Dillings also treated a brother-in-law
of mine for serious lumbago and kid
ney disease and entirely cured him. I
know of many others upon whom the doc
tor effected remarkable cures. Both my
self and wife shall do ail we can to make
Dr. Dillings' truly great skill known
among our friends, believing ,ia we do that
whmever will help Dr. Dillings will
prove of much greater benefit to
the public that he otters to serve.
No amount of money, however large,
would be the least temptation to meto
take tip my old life with its suffering and
torture. Please say to your readersthat
1 cau be seen at my place of business or at
my home regarding any details relating to
my case that any ""interested person may
wish to inquire about.
The above statement is surely a strong
one and comes from a reliable scour-e. Dr.
Dillings has located in Wichita for an ex
tended stay: has the best fitted up oftiees
in the city and in a splendid location, 135
North Market street, in the Smith-Skinner
block. He grants, free consultation in per
son or by letter. His office practice and
treatment of the sick at a distance by cor
respondence is already assuming "large
proportions. He sends medicine every
where. There are hundreds of men arid
women in Wichita who have been his
patients and all recommend him as suc
cessful to a decree that is astonishing. He
isues a large paper of his own called "The
Health Messenger,' which he sends free
of charge to all who send stamp for post
age. Address IK North Marker "-" -
ADDS PRESTIGE TO OUR ENTERPRESE!
Everything in the house is cut to the quick. "We ignore profit, cost and every other consideration to reduce our stock.
If you will read carefully you will see that seasonable goods are positively sacrificed. TVe present nothing ,
you do not want, nothing that is not desirable and worth 2, 3 and 4 times the money.
"We expect a crowd tomorrow and
we will not be disappointed.
Handkerchief department Childs
fancy border 1.
Ladies fancy border 3c.
Ladies fancy border hem stitch 3c.
Pure linon, plain
Fine mull and embroidered 19c.
Gents hem stitch
Ladies all silk jersey
Ladies black lisle gloves 19c.
Tinsel rnching, all colors, 5c per yd.
Crepe lace rnching 10c per yard.
The celebrated, world renoVned,
Reynold Bros, hand-turned ladies 5
shoes, this week $3.
JIOZERT CONSERVATORY OF E'SIC
Will reopeu with a good corps of
teachers. Wednesday. Sept.
10. 1S90. Booms iu
For Particulars Address
JOHN W. METCALF,
173 5 University Ave., Wichita.
For liver complaints drink Geuda
Springs mineral water. For sale by your
druggist. 7S (it
Good inside residence property. Don't
under-estiniate the probabilities. List your
property for sale with Wright & filler.
For kidney troubles drink Genda Springs
mineral water. For sale by your drucgits.
Sealed bids will be received at the office
of board of education. 209 Sedgwick block,
till noon Friday, August 22, 190, for sup
plv of coal for city schools for ensuing
year 600 tons more or less. A certified
check of 150 must accompany each bid as
a guarantee that successful bidder will
enter into satisfactory contract as specified
in bid. Coal to be weighed on city scales
and delivered in the several buildings as
needed. Bidders to state different varieties
of coal and price per ton of each kind.
Board reserves the right to reject any or
Peu Order of Com. H. and V.
Wichita, Kan., August 9, 1S90. d71-6t
This office is prepared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma, We
use Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved 03
the laud commissioner at Washington.
Dally bj Uajllcht.
New morning express, Kansas
Chicago. The Santa Fe route.
New Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacific railwav Wichita to St. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant, Hill
route. d5S tf
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at thi- office.
Aderss the WichitaEAGLE, Wichita Kan-
Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacific "Pleasant Hill route.''
Through sleeping and chair cars without
change Wichita to st. Louis. df3 tf
Notice of DUsoIntlon.
The copartnership heretofore existing
between James Gillogly and T. M. Casad
under the firm name of Gilloglv & Casad,
manufacturers of paper boxes, is dissolved
by mutual consent, Mr. James Gillogly re
tiring. All account outstanding will be
collected by T M. Casad, who will contin
ue the busines at 211 N. Fourth st.
d 7S 3t T. M Casab.
If you have rheumatism drink Gendr.
Springs mineral water. For sale byyoor
druggist. ii 6t
The local agency for the Geuda Springs
mineral water has been placed with Frank
A. Cooper & Co. Any orders given to
them for the water will receive prompt at
tention. A D. Hzswucks,
Ti 6t Gen'l Agent.
For constipation drink Genda Springs
mineral water?" For sale by your druggist.
J. L. Sheldon will be at the Manhattan
hotel for a week or more. Please order at
once if yoc wrish his services. 7-lt
The Santa Fe is the short line to Pnebkx.
Colorado Springs and Denver. Note the
time: Loave Wichita 4:10 p. m.. arrive
Pueblo 6-J3& a. in., arrive Colorado Springs
7:40 a. m.. arrivoDenerKfci9a,ai. Throagti
Pullman chair car aad diaiag ear .swviefc.
can and will substantiate it by facts.
PEICES. We must make room for
Ladies black ribbed vests 15c.
white, hem stitch,
23c a pair.
fancy border 10.
OTSTKONG ENOUGH IJV II AM.
A Communication from A. A. 1'osc Kegardlnc
UN i'vioiiiiuend-itloii of Dr. C. I. DUIUigs.
To the Editor: Quite a number of peo-
pie have approached me during the past
week or more upon tne subject ot my pub
lished recommendation of Dr. F. C. Dil
lings as it appears in the doctor's paper
entitled "A Health Messenger." Now, as
nearly all have expressed their surprise
when told by me that the testimonial
referred to is absolutely true, though not
nearly so strong as it ought to be, it oc
curred to me that in the interest of hun
dreds of sufferers in Wichita, who, of
course, wish to secure the most skillful
available treatment for their ills, I should
make public a statement that should set
aside all doubting regarding the giving
and using of above mentioned recommen
dation. In the first place I had the very best of
reasons for testifying to the doctor's skill,
and in the second place every word of the
testimony which was gjven by myself to a
reporter and printed in one of the Jaily
papers of Wichita three years ago was
every word of it true. In justice to
Dr Dillings, however, the statement
should have been very much stronger for
he cured me after other physicians had not
onlv treated me without benefit but had
finally declared there was no cure for me.
The printed statement only related to the
cure of malignant catarrh, but I can now
freely say that the doctor enred me of a
cancerous trouble that had become truly
alarming and threatened my life. I was
but a shadow, a weakened, suffering, de
spondent man, while today I am strong,
healthy, hearty and in good "flesh, for these
cuies have been thoroughly permanent. -believe
Dr Dillings to be the most capac
ble and successful physician for chrouil
troubles that can be found anywhere, e
have talked with many who have told ms
that lie did lor them what otner uoctor.
had positively declared could not be done
The doctor is now treating several -friends
of mine with remarkable success. I most
surely recommend him and believe in him,
His office i m the Smith-Skinner block
135 North Market street. A. A. POST.
Wichita. Kan., August 11, 1S90.
Sealed bids will be received by the secre
tarvof the Board of Education at the office
209 "Sedgwick block, till noon. 12 M, Au
gust 23 for the following articles in quan
tities more or less A sample of each arti
cle to be furnished must be left with the
secretary. Bids may be made on the part
or on the whole. The Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids:
One hundred reams fourteen pound
single ruled paper, cut in single sheets.
One hundred reams fourteen pound
double ruled paper, cut in single sheets.
Each ream ro contain 900 single sheets.
T went;. -five gross Dixon M. H. full size
Five dozen slates 7x11 noiseless.
Twenty-five gross late pencils, wood.
250 gro5 pens. Give prices on Gillett
303. G04, 404.
Spencenan different kinds; Falcon dif
ferent kinds, or others suitable for school
Ten gross Faber rubber eraser.
Three pounds assorted rubber bands.
100 gross crayons (soft).
5 dozen thermometers.
25 dozen rulers foot, metric and plain
1 dozen Webster's Unabridged Diction
aries, with or without index.
103 dozen pencil tablets, book paper,
50 dozen writing paper tablets, note size.
CO gallons black ink. Give price in bulk
and in gallon and half -gallon jars.
32 dozen brooms, 3 dozen floor brushes.
3 dozen buckets (woodj.
25 copies each of M'Guffev'? First, Sec
ond, Third, Fourth, Fiith and Sixth Bend
ers. IS copies each of Fisk's Arithmetic, N.
2f wood pointers rubber tipped or
2 barrels moulding clay, best quality.
Colorado short, line, Missouri Pacific
railway, through car service to Pueblo.
Colorado Springs and Denver, Miswmri
Pacinc railway. 56 tf
Ojxrn Winter IrrJirtl
Go and .iee McKenzie's newly painted
2nd hand buggies just out of paint tJbep.
They have been run only eight months ad
nearly as good as new. Will eAl at a bar
gain. M. A. McKlifZfB z Co.
Imperial Soar has many Imitators tat ;
The great virtue
Now or never is the time to put Uncle
Sam's dollar to the test. Only a few
of them needed for this occasion.
Ladies extra quality ribbed vests, 3
thread vests 10c.
fast black hose
seamless hose 19c.
for 25 c.
stripe hose 5c.
Ladies balbrig6an hose, full regular
made, 2 for 25c.
10c childs ribbed hose 5c.
12c black and grey ribbed hose Sc.
Guaranteed fast black childs ribbed
hose 2 for 25 c.
French balbriggan undershirts and
Emigration to the Went.
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 buying
the shortest line between .St. Louis and (
Wichita by 4b miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is the only line
Kansas" City or Fort Scott. Elegnnt 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. Be .sure that
your tickets read via tho Missouri Pncific
railway and thus wive annoyance- of
changing cars and unnecessary delays.
Hemeinber also that no charges are made
by porters for riding in chair cars. Thewj
porters are paid by tho company ami nr
not allowed to charge any one, he they
local or through passengers. They aie
hired to attend to the wants of the travel
City ticket office, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. K. Bi.KCKLhr,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
II. C. Town-send.
G eneral Passenger and Ticket Agcn
St. Louis .Mo lU2tf
Tho Mucli I op Two.
Being thirtv miles the shortest line and
4"S miles the best one, people insist on buy
ing tickets to Chicago via. tho Santa .be
This has given our two night trains
Kansas City to Chicago, a heavy business.
To further accommodate our friends, we
have just put on a new through express,
carrynig day coaches, free chair cars, and
Pullman sleepers at night, leaving Kansas
City 10 a. m, and arriving in Chicago 7 25
a. in. Passengers on this new trainhnve a
daj light ride acros. Missouri and Iowa.
Kemember one thing, that it makes no
difference whether you get into Kansas
City morning or evening, you will find a
Santa Fe tram on the track ready to take
you to Chicago or intermediate points in
quicker time than any competing line
G. T. Nicholson, G P.&T A. Topeka,
Kan.; J. J. Byrne, A. G. P. A., Chicago.
Consult the Most Successful Spi-cialist, "The Wizzard Doctor." o callod.
DR. F. CLEMENT DILLINGS,
No located in the Finest Office Iioornu in Wichita. ovr No. 135, Nortn Mar
ket St, in thebmith-bkmner building, betweet Douglas &ml Jt.
The doctor desires to announce that he cn positively and permanently euro All
Blood Diseases. All Nervous Disohws. All ftKin Disease, all stomach troubles, aJl
headaches and neuralgias, all catarrhal, bronchial mjmI aaUnnatie troabt, all
kidney troubles liver troubles and lung a flections, unlaw too very far advanced; alao
rheumatism, spinal disease, paralysis, piles and a' rectal trouble; cancer, minor.
abscesses, white swellings, and varicose ulcer'. All scrofulous -1 rrlepmmf, all
syphilitic and yenenal troubles enred just a sore a treatment i reeeiTwl, and thin
without any mercurial preparations waatever. All weakness, nerroos exoattatfosL
loss of power, force vigor, no matter how gloomy and deapoadent tb patient or how -
lone standing the case. An entire naw lim- ol remedies for the case, aa atao (or ail
private diseases. Special and surely successful treatment for all dumwM peculiar to
women. A rational and commoo'eBse system worthy the Immediate attention of tt7
lady who suffers. Call for consultation or writa parlicoiaj-s. bond for a copy of "The
Health Messenger." A paper a large as the Eael, devoted to the interest ot Um jfcfc,
free for stamp Call at tbe doctor s oiSce and secure a many copies aa wasted for m!
and friends free.
Charges for treatment extremely low. Patients at a dtotaace soccMifellT UHttod
by corre-pondeuce. Medicines sent everywhere.
Ofllce and reception roooia over 1" N Market strost. Smith -St ia?r btoek, Im
tween Douglas and First.
HOCK? 9 ' a. m. to 12 noon, 1.30 to 5 p, m., and "JO to 0 evenings. Soaday 3 te
4 p. m. oniy
Our buyer has started east to select one of the largasfc
stocks ever brought to this city, and in order to rrmke
room for this immense stock, we hare concluded to soil
all our summer clothing
AT HALF ITS VALUE.
Xovr is the time to get GREAT BARGAINS at the
One-Price Clothiers. Donates & Lawrence, i. GROSS & CO
of our sale this week is
We will guarantco n savinir of from
25 to 50 per cent on all goods in this
Mens pique tec scarfs Sc.
"White lawn ties 5c per dozen.
Fancy percale tics 10c per dozen.
Genuine British sox 15c.
full regular mado socks 3
Bleached drill drawers 25c.
gauze undershirts 2 for 25c.
Windsor scarfs 5c.
silk four-in-hand ties 19c.
Mens heavy blue work shirts 19c.
All our fancy percale shirts, worth
1.00. 1.23 and 1.39, choice this week
fjcuil.i Spr'nes hxcurnlotiK.
Perhaps Manitou.Las Vega Hot Spring1.
Mackinaw, the north polo and other cool
places are too far aw a for our tune ami
If so, why not visit, ('euria Springs, tho
noted southern Kaiisa- revrt nearer Ikhiio
and costing lfs money
The Santa Fe route make a one faro
round trip rate on sttinlaysainl Sundays,
limited to the following Monday for re
turn. You can leave al 4:10 p. in. on Stt
urdavs or at 7:10 a. m and 4.10 . in. on
Sundays, and return from Genda Spring
early Monday. ,
Good hotel accommodation; Una bnth
ing; boating on lake; spring water equal to
A io you going went? Aro you going
east If ho. take the Great Bock Island.
Finest accommodation himI Iovat rat art
to all point. City tieket otlke, 100 Kast
Douglas avenue, corner Main atreei.
The Frisco line runs Pullman steopors
reclining chair cars (matUi f reo, dully to
St. Louim, without change. No other Hue
does this. liO it
When vou travol west take the Santa F
route Avhose line paua UirouKH tba
principle cittea of Kant. Your exetinMHi
tickets via thia line always hare a going
limit, peniiittinic top over, thna bnalawi
and pleasure may travel together. ilSO-tf
To the Son thprn Kansas Fair at Wichita
Sept. 2 and 30 and Oct 1, .', .1 and . Tho
Atchison, Topeka & Sjanta K route will
place on aale excursion ticket at oim tarn
lor the round trip to be Mld from all stn
tions 150 imlea diatant.
G. T. Nichouw.v,
G. P. and T. Ag't. Topeka, Kan.
W. F. White, Paa. Truffle Srfaag'r.
34 tf Chicago, III.
Has it ever occured to you that tho
Santa Fe route has a very faat train to
Chicago and the eaat leaving Wichita at
12.40 noon, arriving iu Chicago the next
morning, making all eaateru connections.
It la a facU dXO-tf