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FALL DERBY HATS
JOE, The Hatter,
149 N Main, Wichita
"E. & W." Collars IS cts.,
others ask 25 cts.
CRAWFORD GRAND O
o L. 51. Crawfoud, Manager.
Three Xights Engagement,
MOXDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th.,
Of the Princr ofJCntertalners and Comedians,
JOHX -:- DILLON,
Supported by a Superb Company ; In a Kepertolre
of DeliRbtfnl Comedies,
Monday eve., Sept. 29
"WAITED THE EARTH."
Tuesday eve, Sept. 30trV-
"Wednesday eve., Oct. 1
"A COLOSSAL LIAR."
More Ecnulne fun to the square inch than any
other attraction on the road.
Prices $1.00, 75c,50c,2Sc.
Veats on le it D0X ofllce.
fFnrnlBhfd by the Denm Abstract Co.1)
TIio following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds.
"WASomberttoMM Dunning n
lot 12 blk H Perry add ivd 700
J C Jones to Anna Hucy :M :r 35
and B Chautauqua ;ive Oliver's sub
J (i Williams to Melvina Currie 13
15 Soneca st Lawrence's 2d add and
7!) fil Ki fit blk 4 Minneapolis add . . . -'400
N K Newell to C II Hunter 142 144
"Washington ave Hunter's ad add
social wd 1200
Imllan Territory .Maps.
perfect sectional map of the "Cherokee
Outlet,'' containing G,0-.,244 acres, soou to
be opened for settlement, .showing every
ijTi.irter section of land, every stream, cat
tle trail, n.ilroad and station in that noted
country, mid the whole Indian territory.
Size SSxafi inches, beautifully colored.
Nze USxIHi inches.
Price UM .fully mounted; Cloth back on
rollers, oj..u. i
Mso a perfect sectional map ot tlie
"Iowiis." "Sac and Fox." "Kickanoo" ami
' Pottawatomie" reservations, containing
4(R4&! acres, lately treated for, and to be
onuned to settlement, also showing the
eastern tier of counties of Oklahoma terri
r ry, railroad stations, etc., etc. Size 24x30
inches. Price 81.25: fully mounted, cloth
1 ck, on rollers, 2.00. Both maps to one
au dress for 2.50; fully mounted for -i.OO.
ddrcss F. J. AltNoi.n,
U2 lino- P. O. box 803, Wichita, Kan.
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Fribco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
If you are going to any point north or
ast be sure and take the Great Rock
viand train that leaves Wichita every day
nt 0 a. in. and reaches Kansas City f
o'clock the same duy and Chicago early
t le next morning. Kemember the Itock.
Inland Koute is the only line between
Wichita and Chicago on which you do not
have to change trains. Evening train
leaves Wichita tit 9:55 p. m. City ticket
ofiiee 100 E. Douglas avenue, corner Main
Hreet. C. A. llUl HEIIFORI),
111-tf Ticket Agt.
See Morse Portrait display in the Art
Hall at fair grounds. Work made by the
great Air Brush never chnnge. dlll-9fc
Ladies bring in your hats and bonnets
and have them made new at tho manu
facturing rooms, over 407 East Douglas.
St. Ioiils Fnlr.
"'"or tho occasion the Missouri Pacific Ry
Hi. Louis short lino) will soil tickets
" ichitu to St. Louis and return for one
f.tre for the round trip. Tickets will be
.old Octol)or4th to 10tli inclusive, good to
i 'turn October 18th. Reineber this is via.
the Missouri Pacific Ry, the only St. Louis
moil line, and the only line running three
v prc-s trains daily between Wichita and
St Louis and ichita and Kansas City.
Only half fare. Call at 187 North Main
stuet. Telephone No. 211. dl09-tf
See announcement in this issue of special
train service on Wichita & Western rail
l r ,id October 2, 8 and 4. d Ill-lit
If j'ou have a railroad ticket to sell or
want to buyn cheap tickot to any part of
he country, don't tail to call on V. 11.
Baker, the ticket broker. Ollice in Man
1 Milan hotel. 9Stf
Hie Grunt Gulf City of the near future.
Migtulicent Harlan-. A million and a half
dollars now being spent in rock and iron
dot Us. The seaport of the country west
i f the Mississippi. Write for information
atid maps. d 92-lm
H M. Till KHEART & Co. Established 1S57.
Watch for my display at
Rubers, tho Photographer.
One l-"aro 10 One Fair.
St Louis ia known as one of the few
c ics able to Mtccestf ully conduct a groat
lite show this year promises to be un
i mihIIj- attractive, including as it does a
l -t'ificent dihplay of the Veiled Prophets.
Santa Fe Route is already in the field
w.tu announcement of rale for that occa
t n of one fare lor round trip, with 50
cuits added as admission fee.
xrnrsiou tickets will 1m. sold October 4
to 10 inclusive, good to October 13 return
ing. Inquire of W. D. Murdock, local asont
Santa Fe Route; short lino to all points on
NELLIE BLY GAPS,
Follow the crowds to the
THE BELLS OF THE CITY.
The bells of the. city sound aloud
Over tho heads of the hurrying crowd,
Marking surely the flight of time.
Ringing: out a melodious chime,
Calling loudly through tho busy hum,
Cornel cornel cornel cornel
The minstrel group from Trinity call
To tho belfry band la the city hall.
And tho echoes fly at a urely pace
To meet with the charming cherubs of Grace,
And all join is the tuneful song,
Ding, dongl ding, dongl
Now a melody now a prayer
Woren in through the harps of air,
Finds its wayio the prisoner's cell,
To the homes of the rich and poor who dwell
So far it sounds like a drowsy hum.
Cornel cornel cornel comet
I know the bells are endowed with speech.
And have a message they bring to each.
And none can give the signal clear
That is meant for another person's ear.
Or guess what memories throb and throng
Ding, dongl ding, dongl
But bells of Trinity J bells of Grace t
Ring out Hke birds from a lofty place
A song of Joy, and not of woe.
O'er the pretty scene in the church below.
And call aloud through the buzz a?d hum.
Cornel come! cornel cornel
They come to the altar, bride and groom,
She with her cheeks like a rose ia bloom,
While the organ tells with its tuneful swells
Thit the beaux of the city ring the belts;
And echoes awaken through Christendom:
Ding, dongl Cornel come!
New York Ledger.
The Absorption of New England Farms.
Some fifteen years ago, in the early
days of the Mount Desert summer travel,
I met on the beach at Newport, R. L, a
shipwrecked sea captain from Bar Har
bor, who talked in eloquent astonish
ment of the rapid changes coming over
the ownership of real estate in that re
gion. "It does jest beat all," he de
clared. "Folks will come along from
New York or Philadelphy and they'll
kinder take a fancy to a man's farm.
They'll end in givin him more for it
than he ever thought o' askin' for it; and
then they'll pay him more for livin' on
it in -winter to take caro of it than ho
ever made off of it."
This duplex good bargain, this gain in
both principal and interest at the same
time, seemed quite too much for my
weather beaten friend's comprehension.
Yet tho same process has been going on
for years, in a manner less conspicuous,
along tho whole New England coast, and
through all the mountain region of the
Appalachian range. Side by side with
that crowding into cities in winter,
a steady crowding out of cities for sum
mer residence; and this is in many cases
fl. lnci the oriQal resi(lent; of tho
., -it, a- . i
6" "u uuusutuiwjg now owiiersmp.
in the region wnere l now Imd myself
one may look from the liills over many
thousand acres, not one of which now
belongs to a permanent resident of the
town. Farms have been bought and
united, one man owning 900 acres, an
other 700, and so on, in a region where
200 acres was once regarded as a largo
farm. Harper's Bazar. .
I'alo Sarsaparllla Sirup.
There is a handsome new drug store
up in Fourteenth street where they sell
soda water and dispel illusions all for J
fivo cents a glass. If you ask the soda
water clerk for sarsaparilla soda water
he will give you a glass of foamy water
that is almost colorless of a pearly
transparency, like that of a glass of
vanilla soda water. It looks no more
like tho rich, brown colored drink that
people expect to get when they ask for
sarsaparilla soda water than chalk does.
If you remark on the unaccustomed ap
pearance of the drink ho will say to you,
as he says to hundreds of people who
ask for that particular kind of soda wa
ter every day, that pure sarsaparilla
Binip is colorless. "People think," he
says, "that sarsaparilla, being made of
roots, must bo brown. Perhaps years
ago, when the sirup was made by throw
ing a lot of unwashed roots in a dirty
kettle and boiling them over a smoky
fire in tho woods, there was dirt enough
in the compound to make it brown.
Nowadays the process is cleaner and th
sirup is colorless. But people think
sarsaparilla ought to be brown, and so
people color it with burnt sugar or lico
rice. We don't." Washington Post.
Looking for Bijj Trices.
Thoro were some curious incidents
noted near the Grand Central station
while the strike was in progress. One of
tho long delayed trains had just come in
one evening and the passengers were
streaming out cf the station when one of
them stepped up to a bystander and ad
dressed him: "Look here," said the trav
eler, "can you tell me where is the most
expensive restaurant in this town?"
"The most expensive!" quoth the ono
addressed in surprise.
"Yes, sir; that's just what I want.
While our train was blocked out on the
road we could get very little to eat and
I got used to paying top rates. Some-
body brought along a basket of sand-
wichos railroad sandwiches, sir and
sold them out at 51 apiece. We bought i
om we had to buv 'em or so huncrv.
Now, I want to get back to my regular
prices by degrees. So you don't know
which is the most expensive restaurant?
Well, I'll go down to Delmonico's and
chance it, anyway." The speaker, being
a prosperous looking person, probably
carried out his threat New York
Fashionable Parisiennes are wearing
Egyptian headbands of gold or tortoise
Shrunken, half worn bed blankets or
comforts past using on a bed make good
pads to put under a stair carpet.
Girls who live on hard rock candies,
hot bread and ice water cannot expect
to have good teeth, good health or good
Leather trimming studded with steel
or gilt will bo worn on winter garments,
and entire jackets of supple leather are
The largest lye and potash concern in
New York is located in West Twenty
second street, and owned by Mrs. E. M.
Hall, of Brooklyn.
Mrs. Eva B. Hart, who died near Syra
cuse, N. Y., recently at the reputed age
of 113, smoked as far back as her children
Miss Constance Lodge, daughter of
Congressman Lodge, will be one of the
budsof Boston society the coming season, j
Mrs. Hannah Purvis, of North Lewis- !
A7. T. BISI-TOP &
. . Southwest Corner of First and Main Streets, Wichita, Kansas.
burg, O., is one of the few women who
are authorized to solemnize marriages.
She is minister of the Friends' church,
and is popular with young folks Matri
The rules of etiquette are not non
sense they are made to smooth the
rough ways of life, of which there will
be enough at best.
Prompt relief for a sick stomach may
be obtained by drinking a glass of hot
water to which a little soda has been
Can Clean a Watch.
Mrs. Linherr is one of the successful
feminine jewelry dealers of New York
She keeps a shop in Sixth avenue, and
for the past seven years has supported
herself and six children.
The Misses Schultze are the very jew
els of the professions they have adopted.
One is mistress of the watch and clock
trade, and the other is a practical jewel
er. Both are pretty, under 25, and re
ceive an average of five offers of mar
riage a week. The young men go to the
store, which is in Sixth avenue, to have
their watches regulated, their rings and
studs engraved or new pins put on the
scarf heads. These repairs are constant
ly required by the adorers who can find
no other means of paying their ad
Somehow the little women prefer to
stay behind the showcases and keep the
connecting gates locked. A third sister
keeps house for the family of little
brothers who are to succeed the fair
jewelers. The mother is dead and the
father is an invalid. They do a strictly
cash business, attend to every detail
themselves and enjoy the distinction of
being the brightest lady jewelers in
town. New York World.
A Good Sinner.
Have tomato soup, stewed chicken,
baked potatoes, string beans, cranberry
jelly, lettuce salad, cheese, apple dump
ling, coffee. Tomato soup: Take one
quart of tomatoes, two sliced onions,
one quart of stock, or boiling water, twe
tablespoons of buttor, salt and one tea
spoon of pepper. Stew fifteen minutes
and serve hot. Stewed chicken: Cut in
small pieces a spring chicken, place in
boiling water and stew until tender.
When cooked add salt, pepper, butter
to season, and pour over slices of soaked
and buttered toast. Serve hot. String
beans: String and cut in small pieces,
boil until tender and serve hot after sea
soning with salt, butter and pepper.
Lettuce salad: Pick to pieces and dress
with sweet cream, salt, pepper and vin
egar. Apple dumpling: Take two tea
cups of flour in which have been mixed
two teaspoons of baking powder, three
tablespoons of butter and a teaspoon of
salt Mix to a stiff dough with sweet
milk, roll and cut in dumplings, fill each
with sliced apple, pinch firmly together
and steam. Serve hot with cream and
sugar. Mary Currier Parsons in Spring
Fame Through Saratoga Chips.
Miss Dora Bean, of Springfield, O., 18
years old, is making an enviable repu
tation for business ability. A few months
ago she hit upon a new process of mak
ing Saratoga chips, which is said to ex
cel all others. For a few months her
business was confined to supplying pri
vate families and the Woman's ex
change. She sent samples of her product
to wholesale dealers. These firms are
now regular customers, and she fur
nishes them with (500 pounds per week.
Sho buys potatoes by the hundreds of
bushels, and directs the entire business
herself. Cincinnati Letter.
The world is walring up to the worth
of its women's work, and will not will
ingly see half its power lying dormant.
Tho fears and fulmiiiations of a house of
peers may niako a brave show, but the
powers of nature are against hem. As
Earl Granville mildly reminded his
brethren, it was "n little late in the day
to try to keep women in what, to use the
hackneyed phrase, was called their
'proper sphere.' In fact it was hope
less." Westminster (England) Gazette.
Gave nim a Tip.
Chawles Ah, my deah Miss Flirt. May
I, you know, ahsk you what it is you fine
Miss Flirt I was just reading Mr. Gasp
an item that I thought might interest you.
Chawles Indeed. I'm delighted, you
know. What is it?
Miss Fl'rt It says that a Dr. Thomppon
has just made a successful experiment in
brain grafting. Chicago Times.
Kaufman & Kohcr hnve removed from
204 North Main to Fox's old stand. 152
North Main. 110 4t
St. Louis express leaves Wichita at 1
o'clock p. m. Through sleeping and
,cl?ck P- m; . rhrou
gSii PiSc'railway? &
bU Louis, via Mte-
Has it ever occured to you that the
Santa le route ha-, a very fat tram to
Chicago and the wist leaving Wichita at
12:4i noon, arriving in Chicago the next
morning, making all eastern connections.
It is a fact. d5o-tf
ArtIce to Jlothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soother the child, softens the gunis allsys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-fivecents a
bottle. dtk tf w4G tf
Are vou going west' Are you coing
east If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodation and lowest rate
to all ioint. City ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
What line runs three throueh passenger
trains to St. Ixmis without change?
What line runs Pullman sleepers and
reclining chair cars morning and night to
The Frisco i the only line.
What line has the fast train toSt. Loui-?
The Frisco, whose flyer leaves Wichita
at 255 p. m. dnily, arriving in St. Louis at
7:30 the following morning.
Does this fast train connect with other
trains from St. Louis?
Why, certainly, with all east bound
trains in Sc Louis union depot. da9-tf
A handsome lithograph map of the city,
showing all the streets and location of th
public buildiugs, etc., for snle at this
Take the Frisco fiver to St.
the east. It leaves Wichita at
Louis and .
-- P- m- I
Special Trains to the Fair.
Commencing Thursday, October 2 and
continuing October 3 and 4, the Wichita
& "Western road will run special trains to
the great Southwestern fair at Wichita.
Train will leave Cullison each dav at 6 a.
m. and returning depart from Douglas
avenue passenger station at 7 p. m. Ex
cursion rate, one fare for the round trip
on points on the Wichita & Western rail
road. d Ill-lit
Cheap Kates to the St. IuNFalr rl the Great
, Kock Island Koute. l
For the above the great Rock Island
route will sell tickets to St. Louis, Mo., at
one fare for the round trip. Tickets sold
Oct. 4 to 10, inclusive: good for return Oct.
13. Trains leave Wichita at 9 a. m. and
9:55 p.m. Inquire at City Ticket office, 100
East Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
C. A. Rutherford.
Ticket agent. lll-15t
St. liouls to Colorado Tla Wichita.
Commencing Sunday, July 13.1S90, the
Missouri Pacific railway will run through
sleeping airs from St. Louis via Pleasant
Hill, Rich Hill, Fort Scott and Wichita to
Geneseo and from thence to Pueblo. Colo
rado Springs and Denver. This change
was made on account of a great many peo
ple from the east goins to Colorado being
desirous of going via Wichita. The train
will stop here two hours, giving all a
chance to view the "Peerless Princess" and
Etill land passengers in Colorado same
time as if they had cone via Kansas City.
It also gives the citizens of Wichita sleep
ing car service from here to Colorado. Re
turning, it gives us through sleeping car
service iWichita toSt. Louis, and gives the
Colorado people a chance to go east via
ichita. This change will undoubtedly
be appreciated by the traveling public,and
especially by the citizens of Wichita. If
you are going east or west go via the pop
ular new through route. Through cnair
and sleeping car service. New route just
completed between Fort Scott and Rich
Hill goes through the finest mineral and
agricultural country in the west. Don't
forget the new short line to St. Louis or
City ticket office, 137 North Main street,
46-tf E. E. Bleckley, P. & T. A.
This office is prepared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
use Coops blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
To Colorado and Utah 1'olnts Via the Missouri
I'aciBc Railway Cheap Kates.
If you are going to the mountains of
Colorado or California take the popular
Missouri Pacific fast line and travel at the
rate of fifty miles au hour in elegant re
clining chair cars or Pullman palace buf-
h-li, McejjiiiK curs. a(i uiisl or ciuuers on
this line. It is the shortest line to all Col
orado points and makes the fastest time.
Express train leaves Wichita every evening
at 5:20, landing you at Pueblo, Colorado
Springs or Deuver next forenoon. Pueblo
for breakfast. City ticket office 137 North
Main street. Depot corner Second and
Wichita. 39 tf
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this ollice.
Aderss the WTichituEAGLE, Wichita Kan.
Kansas City and Chicago leaves Wichita
7:45 a. in., arrives at Kansas City 5 o'clock
p. m., Chicago next morning nt 8 o'clock.
Colorado expt ess leaves Wichita at 5:15
p. m., arriving at Pueblo for breakfast and
Denver for dinner. Chair cars and Pull
man sleeping cars throueh to Denver, via
the Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
Night express for Kansas City, St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita at 9:40 p. m.
Chnir cars and Pullman sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
Texas is a big state, and if you wish to
gain some idea of its vastness, the harvest
excursions on September 9 and 23, tmd
October 14, via Santa Fe route, will afford
the desired chance.
Tickets good thirty days. Stop overs
allowed south of Arkansas City. Rate,
one fare for round trip.
No other line to Texas passes through
Oklahoma territory and the witching
ashita valley. The cities of Ft. Worth.
Dallas, Houston and Galveston are all
located on the Santa Fe.
Yoti can buy a ticket of W. D. Murdock.
Agent A. T. & S. F. R. R., on dates named.
Three Th ranch Trains.
;ht, oue morning, Kansas Citv to
The Santa Fe route. 43-tf
Three trains daily in each direction,
between Wichita aud Kansas City, Wich
ita and St. Louis, via Missouri Pacific
railway. 107 tf
To the Southern Kansas Fair at Wichita
Sept. 21) and 30 and Oct. 1, 2, 3 and 4. The
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe route will
place on sale excursion tickets at one fare
for the round trip to be sold from all sta
tions 150 miles distant.
G. T. Nicholson,
G. P. and T. Atr't, Topeka, Kan.
W. F. White, Pass. Traffic Mang'r,
ai tf Chicago, I1L
Three hours tho quickest to St.
Missouri Pacific railway.
Note tlie importance ofThl.
The Missouri Pacific railway is the only
line running three daily trains lietween
Wichita and Kansas City and Wichita and
St. Louis. Morning train leaves Wichita
at 7.45 a. in., arriving at Kansas City same
afternoon, Chicago next morning at S
o'clock, and St. Louis 6:30 a. in. St. Louis
express leaves Wichita at 1 o'clock p. m
with through Pullman sleeper and chair
car Wichita to St Louis without change.
Night express leaves Wichita at 9;40 with
sleeper and chair car through to Kansas
City and St. Louis. This train also con
nects at Yates Center with the through
express for Little Rock, Ark., and Mem
phis. Tenn., via Port Smith, Ark. If you
are going east, west, north or south, re
iueiuber you will save time and money by
going via the Missouri Pacific railwaj. It
is the short line to all points east and wc-t,
St. Louis and Pueblo and Denver. For
information. Pullman reservations and
tickets to all parts of the globe, call at the
city ticket omce, 137 North Main street, or
dejiot corner Second and Wichita streets.
K. K. BLECKLEY,
90 tf Passenger and Ticket Act.
Take stage at Wharton
Billy Snyder, proprietor.
Dally by Daylight.
New morning express, Kansas Citv to
Chicago. The fcanta Fe route.
Two Mneh For Two.
Beinc thirtv miles the shortest line ami
45S miles the bet one. people insist on buy
ing tickets to Chicago via. the Santa Fe
This has given our two night trains
Kansas City to t hicago. a beaTy bu-inee.
To further accommodate our friends, we
have just put on a new throueh ejtpre-,
carryinc day cinches, free chair car, and
Pullman sleepers at niht. tearing Kaav.s
City 10 a. m, and arriving in Chicago tSi
a. m Pangers on t his new t rain lave a
daylfsht ride across ?.issonri and Iowa.
Hemember one thing, that it makes no
difference whether ou get into Kansas
City morning or eveniar. you will fisd a
Santa Fe train on the track rewdy to bike
yon 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., Chico.
The Santa Fe is the short line Pneblo. to
Colorwit. Sjtnn. and Denver. NoU- the
time: L-eave ichita -J.iu p m.. amve
1-nchlo h 3. R- ni amv Coionuin MmniK I
7 40 a. m . arrive btixr 10.30a. m Turoh '
Pullman ciuur utr and dining car serac. f
Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacific "Pleasant Hill route."
Throueh sleeping and chair cars without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 58d tf
New Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacific railway W ichita to St. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. d58 tf
Colorado short line, Missouri Pacific
railway, through car service to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver, Missouri
Pacific railway. d58 tf
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cen
per hundred. 23tf
.Emigration 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 and
money, likewise your friends, by buying
tickets over the Missouri Pacific railway,
the shortest line between St. Louis and
Wichita by 4S miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is the only line
g'ving you choice of two routes, either via
ansas City or Fort Scott. 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 trams. Be sure that
your tickets read via the 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 any one, be they
local or through passengers. They are
hired to attend to the wants of the travel
City ticket office, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
H. C. Towxsend.
General Passenger and Ticket Agen
St. Louis Mo. 102tf
Smithson - &- Co.,
132 Jf. Market St.
Loans, Eeal Estate & Insurance.
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.
WHOLESAIL AXD RETAIL
Corner First Street and Lawrence Avenue.
Chicago Yards. 3Sth and Iron btreets. Chicago.
A. Smith, salcman. Geo. L. Pratt, and Geo. W.
Cross, Resident Partners.
TIIE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY
Now ready to supply all wishing their Pure Distill
ed Water ice. at usual prlcs.-0(Uce and Factory
Cor. Osage and Pearl ftreeti. West Side. Order
Hooks ut W. W. Pearce 106 East Donclas Ave. and
Occidental Hotel Cor. Jxjcoud and Jluln.
telephone 'C.2C J.A.SOHN
dill tf Secretar j
Germ a n ia , If'estcltester,
M ihvauhce Median ics.
Providence- Wash ington,
Oaldaud J Tonic.
W T W AITTTWD 135 Xorr-Market etre
1 . 1. I . iUIIjIjJjIi Telephone 2S7
C 0, PAGE & CO,
Hardware :-: Merchants
Carry the largest stock of
Rubber and Oak Tanned Leather Belfc
In Southern Kansas.
SIS East Douglas are.
Successor to Kelster & Wallace, Northeast corner
of Douglas and Topeka Avenues.
A full stock of Fro'.h Drus, Chemlcnln and Jledl-cini-s
constantly on hand. A very lnrco and well
selected assortment of Toilet Articles and DnicRkts
We pty reclnl attention to physicians !upplt.
twenty yetus hi In th business Mr. It. B. Wallace
will b.tve charse of the prescription department.
$2 TO S3 PER DAY.
MRS. KLENTZ has retnrnod from
New York with an elegant stock, of
fine Novelties' for fall and wiuter,
which are now ready for sale, and she
will have her opening September 2fi.
I will be pleased to have all ladies of
Wichita and vicinity call and exam
ine my stock and prices. Thanking
you for past favors1. I am
Kates, i,uO to S2.50 Per Day.
Call and ee us or send us an ordr.
Everything Advertised in Sun
day Morning's Eagle Continues
on Sale all this Week. New
Goods Arriying Daily.
WE ARE NOW READY
Every Department in Oar Great Stores Brimful
of This Season's Goods.
Mens' Fine Suits and Overcoats.
"We "Will Place on Sale Monday Morning
Eight Hundred Mens' Fine Suits and Overcoats!
They consist of all styles and colors in medium and
heavy weights, and are the .same goods as offered all
over the city at $22.00 and $25.00. This great sale is
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
Gentlemen avail yourselves of this opportunity, for
you know that our bargain sales are always as advertised.
DRS. TERRILL & PURDY.
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143 N Water St.
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