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A BIG LOT
Will toe pnt on sale at 10 o'clock
Price 18c Each.
JOE, The Hatter,
149 N Main, "Wichita
CBAWro fD GKAND o
o -M. Ii. OtAvronn, Ma nae
6 -: SIX XI GUTS -:- C
Cominciicine Jlonday Kcnltr, October 13.
THL GIFTED ACT OK,
In Brand amlmufatlc productions. The CTcat
ct.1 of great jilay crm tly costumed
. and hWKeJ.
Mr. IJcert. as Dawdleaev
Mr. Beers as Jack Roer
Mr. Heere as The Strangler
Mr. Boers as Enoch Arden
Mr. Biers as Klne Lewis
JLOST IX LOXIOX.
Mr. IJcers as Job Armtoyd
Prices J5. ."ft Mid f Oc. No ntra charge for 1 eserved
ont. noxv on ! Ht Iraxolllco,
Doon. oh?ii at 7 30, curtain riwi promptly at 8.15.
.CiIUFpIN A. WILSON, Proprietors and Managers
(Furnished by the Denm Abstract Co.1
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds.
K Cone sliff to F B Marsh 45 40 47
South Park avc Ritteuhouso's .sub
div $ 100
Little & Kambale to Wichita Loan &
Trust Co (K 71 "Wichita st Water
man's add and swX ') 'i"d 4 so
andeKHwii'Jfia) lw 1
A B Sherman to Maria Sherman lot
1 Park avo to College Hill add 4000
N Walker to II Alexander 1 aero m
su5 28-Jw 2000
W C Cirk to G M Noble e ne 1 25
O II Bontley trustee to William Lep
per 1K7 13. 141 Wichita ave Bentley
W B Foster to Clara B Foster 2 acres
in be cor m V & 1291e 500
Chas T Grauier to M E Austin 2 4
Mosley ave Viola add 800
Hyde. Corbott fc Allen to the Bliss
Real Estate Co 24 20 Alain ht Gieif
fenHteiu'j, add C500
Palla State Fnlrnnd Exposition.
Excursion tickets will be sold October
17, 21, 24 and 28; final return limit, Novem
ber 5. Tickets to be limited to continuous
piusago going, but good for return passage
at any time within nnal limit with stop
over privilege-", thus enabling holders to
see the bevilful Oklahoma count 13.
Rate one llrst-cUsa fare for round trip.
The Dallas fair In one of the great evei.ts
of the year in Teas, and a big attendance
js anticipated. Passengers via the Santa
Fe route can use that lino all the way, or
1 he can go as far as Fort Worth on the
.S.tntaFe, and there change to the Texas
i.nd Pacific for Dallas. dl21-tf
If you have a railroad ticket to sell or
v ant to buy a cheap t lcket to any part of
t lie count rj, don't fail to will on W. H.
Baker, the ticket bioker. Office in Man
hattan howl. Ofatf
Three hours the quickest to SL Louis
Missouri Pacitic lailway. 124 tf
Chicago express via the Missouri Pacific
i ail way, leaves Wichita at S.45 a m. Chi
cago next morning 8 o'clock. Missouri
Paciiic railway. 107 tf
Loral Excursions, Santa I o Itnutc.
Kansas Citv, Kan., Oct. 8 to 15, annual
meeting of omens' Missionary society,
t f Methodist church, fare one and ono
tlnrd on ceitificatc plan.
Leavenworth. Kan.j Oct. 15 to 10, ninth
annual convention . M. C. A., fare one
uud one-third on certificate plan.
W D MritnocK,
P. & T. A., Wichita, Kan.
G T. Xicnoio,
G. P. &. T. A., Topeka, Kan. d 114-Slt
If you are going to any point north or
rast'bp sure and take the Great Rock
1 land train that leaves Wichita every day
a i) a. m. and reaches Kansas City 5
o'clock the ame day and Chicago early
the next morning. Remember the Hock
Isiand Route is the only line between
" ichita and Chicago on which you do not
have to chnnge trains. Eu'iiiug train
h ives Wichita at 0.55 p. m. City ticket
!hce 100 E. Douglas avenue, comer Main
street . C. A. ItUTllEltl-oni),
111 tf Ticket Agt.
Kansas City and Chicngo leaves Wichita
8 4" a m., arrives at Kansas City 5 o'clock
tii , Chicago next morning at S o'clock.
Colorado express loaves Wichita at 5:15
p m., arriving at Pueblo for breakfast and
l)i nver for dinuer Chair cars and Pull
jn in sleeping cars through to Denver, via
tlit Missouri Pacific railwav JOT tf
GREAT COST SALE
Be with the thinking masses
that are daily enter
ing our store.
Plush wraps special this
week at $15, $1S and
$20; worth double.
GLOBUS Do Arc
PERFECT PHYSICAL TYPES DISCOV
ERED BY SCIENTIFIC METHODS.
The Unreliable Eyo Giro Place, to the
Absolutely Accurate System of Anthro
pometry The First Winners Under tho
New Rales The Possible Consequences.
Copyright by American Press Association.
The first man known to have officiated
as judge at a beauty show was that old
time dude and masher Paris, son of Priam.
Each of the three aspiranta for the prize
the golden apple of discord offered the
gay young Trojan huge bribes. Juno's
tender was dominion over Asia and wealth;
Minerva's, military renown and wisdom;
Venus', the fairest of females for his
wife. The prince was at an age when "wo-
MISS MAKGAHET BLANCHE BEST.
(Reproduced from Boston Herald.
man's looks were all his books." and he de
cided in favor of the Queen of Love. She
paid the specified price for her triumph,
and Paris ran away with Helen. The two
defeated goddesses took revenge for the
"injury of theirslighted forma," and when
the Greeks went whooping about the gates
of Troy the prince probably felt that it
"would have been $10 in his pocket had ho
never been born."
They manage affairs of this kind bettor
f n these later and mora practio-il days
that is, at least Dr. D. A. Sargent, of the
Harvard university gymnasium, does.
Three years ago the doctor offered cash
prizes for the man and woman, students of
his system of physical culture, who could
show, at an examination to be held in the
summer of 1890, the most perfect sym
metry of form, the candidates to be be
tween the ages of 17 and 30 Three thou
sand persons entered the contest. It was
one entirely different from that in which
Paris came to grief. There waa no chanco
for bribery or favoritism. When the lists
closed and the period of probationary ex
ercise ended each fair maiden and stalwart
youth was subjected to what is known as
the percentile system. The tape of the
scientist regarded not bright smiles or
nxNirr c. jack son.
Reproduced from Boston Herald.
anxious looks. It went on recording, per
Bon by per&on, every item of size. Here is
the list of measurements
Height Standing, sitting, knee, pubic arch
Girth Head, neck, chest, vraisr, hipB, thighs,
tnecs, calf, instep, upjer arm, elbow, forearm
Depth Chest and abdomen.
Breadth Head, neck, shoulders, waist, hips,
shoulder elbow and elbow tip.
Also lungth of foot, horizontal length and
stretch of arms.
The female winner under these exacting
conditions was Miss Margaret Blanche
Best, of Meadvillc, Pa. She is the daugh
ter of Dr. David Best, a graduate of La
Salle seminary, at Auburndale, Mass., and
follows the calling of a teacher. She is 25
years old, and has been one of Dr. Sargent's
pupils for twelve months. The doctor said
"Miss Best is 5 feet 5 inches in height.
My tables show thnt 82' per cent, of all
women are shorter than she is, and 17
per cent, are taller. Her weight is 130
pounds. My tables show that S21' per cent,
of all women weigh less, and 17) per cent,
weigh more. That is, with all other wom
en to judge from, Miss Best's height and
weight are in just the same proportion; m
other words, symmetrical."
Tho preceptor, naturally, would give no
details in inches of the other measure
ments. Henry C. Jackson, who gained the prizq
offered to men, is said to approach much
ADAH ISAACS MFNKEN.
nearer the standard of perfection than
MissBet. Ho is a Bowdom college stu
dent and a trained athlete Hir. height is
6 feet 1 inch, and his weight 15 pounds.
When aked the question. "Which is morn
symmetrically developed as a class, man
or woman'" Dr. baryeiit replied. "Man.
Yet, notwithstanding generations of stay
aud corsets, and all the inflictions of dress,
the average woman has a much more sym
metrica, form than those published carica
tures that pas for fuinon pUtes would
make us believe."
There is a remarkable fact to be noted in
connection with Dr. SArgeut'u contest. If
Mr. JacL-vOu'-s proportions axe to be ac
cepted as studnra :or the tj pical Amer
ican, theu the fuliy developed citizen of the
Umtl tat..s bi not Lis equal on the
elobe In sta'iitv Jn,aroixin.etrv the
7 $ 'l 8 UM "
- Tfwyi w mw
pi? 1 r,p&
"W. T. BISHOP &
measurement ot man nas ror some years
been the study of scientists, and one of
them, Dr. A. Weisbach, chief physician to
tho Austro-Hungarian hospital at Con
stantinople, who enjoyed exceptional ad
vantages, has taken measurements of sev
eral hundreds of persons representing
nineteen different peoples. His report gives
heights in millimeters. A millimeter is
.03937 of an inch. Jackson is 73 inches
tall, or nearly 1,555 millimeters, and here
is the way he towers above other race
types whose stature is set down in Dr.
Henry C Jackson, of Maine 1,555
New Zealand Maoris 1,757
Kafirs of Africa 1,753
English and Irish 1,600
Spanish and Portuguese 1.653
What an iconoclast science isl In some
phases of its research it would seem to be
bworn foe to sentiment and romance. Now
that Dr. Sargent's new style of beauty con
testwhere inexorable weights and meas
ures reign has come into vogue, the ver
dict of the eye must be regarded with dis
trust. It will be safe no longer for Mr.
McGinty to declare that Sallie Waters is
the finest girl in town, for Captain Jinks
may be expected to respond at once: ".No,
sir; you are mistaken. Her measure
ments, according to the percentile system,
do not come within ten marks of those
that record the superb lines of the peerless
Ideals and hitherto recognized standards
must also fail. I know a courtly gentle
man of middle age who is a bachelor to
day because a quarter of a century ago
Adah Isaacs Menken refused to give him a
"iy - N
TOE NIOBE OF SCOPAS.
place on her list of husbands. She is his
ideal yet. It is his not nnpleasing custom,
when the subject of handsome women is
under discussion, to descant upon the glo
rious loveliness of his lost sweetheart. He
knows her history from tho hour when she
was born at New Orleans, in 1835, and bap
tized Dolores Adios Fuertes, to the autumn
day of 18CS when she found sepulture in a
Paris cemetery. He can give quaint remi
niscences of all the men she married Men
ken the musician, Heenan the pugilist,
Newell tho author and Barclay the capital
ist. Tears stand in his eyes when he
quotes tho pathetic poetry she wrote while
dying, and she seems to smile before him
in all the oriental charm of her insolent
nr-ignificenco as he tells of her theatrical
triumphs as Mazeppa at Astley's. Some
day while ho chants the Menken's praises
there is the possibility that a believer in
the percentile system will ask:
"What vero her measurements?"
Then trouble will follow, for the old
bachelor has a short temper and a strong
Until tho present the Greek type that
preserved for us in the sculptured works
of ancient masters has been the generally
acknowledged standard of perfect physical
beauty. Hermes and Xiobo still gaze with
the changeless youth of marble upon the
modern world, of which their makers never
dreamed. Apparently they are faultless
of outline and without flaw, but the ver-
THE HERMES OF PRAXITELES,
diet to be rendered by anthropometry may
drive them from tho throne, and where
they reigned others may be crowned in
their stead. Fred C. Dayton.
Work of the Vegetarians.
The recent conclaves of vegetarians in
America and England have been of advan
tage even to the scoffers. The foes of
animal food have at least demonstrated
that such things as beans nnd peas and
cauliflower may bo so artistically dressed
as to cause even the gourmet to regard
them as ends in themselves, and not merely
as the subsidiary adjuncts of a chop or
steak. A London paper, commenting on
the vegetarian, says "that tho majority of
Englishmen eat more meat than is good
for them a habit which is due not so much
to the perversity of their dispositions as to
the incompetence of their cooks." It is a
little queer, by the way, that these British
cooks, who aro denounced at home for in
competency, find easy employment and big
salaries in tho kitchens of wealthy Ameri
cans who think nothing worth their use
unless it is imported.
To Marry a Prince.
Another American young woman is to
marry a prince. The announcement is
made at Dresden that Miss Anna Hallings
worth Price is engaged to wed Prince Fred
erick Wilhelm of Ardeck, a lieutenant of
the Second Prussian Hussar regiment.
The Prince of Ardeck was born at Offen-bach-on-the-Main
in lS.Bf and is the son of
Prince William of Hesse.
The Widow of President Tolk.
At her home near Nashville, Tenn., tho
widow of President James K. Polk recent
ly observed her eighty-seventh birthday.
Annually she receives the members of the
state legislature with all the dignity and
grace that characterized her when mistress
of the White House.
Mme Modjeska, the well known actress,
who in private life is known as the Count
ers Bozanta. ha gone to Poland to visit
her mother, who is SO years of age. She
will not return to America until next year.
m some ninety species or plants, grow
ing both on the coast and in the interior
of France, M. Pierre Lesage has found
that proximity to the tea causes a thick
ening of the leaves. Artificially salted
bui prodnces the same result.
Southwest Corner of First and Main
selling; Tobacco la Danville.
It is an interesting sight to see the
hundreds of covered tobacco wagons
come to market Large ware hauses are
ready to offer every inducement to farm
ers to sell their load. Driveways lead
to the great floors where the load is as
sorted in piles according to grade, hav
ing been weighed first while on the
truck. Each pile is tagged with the
name, of the owner and the weight,
with a place for the buyers name and
price. Many farmers remain over night,
for they arrive at all hours of the day
and night. Free stables and other ordi
nary comforts are provided.
There are ten ware houses in Danville,
N. C. They are divided into two series
of five each, and public sales are con
ducted in two at the same time. Under
the direction of the Tobacco Exchange
the order of sales is arranged. Placards
are posted at different poiuts, "First sale
at Neal's," "Second sale at Acree's," and
so on, each warehouse taking its assigned
turn until all five have sold out first to
day, the last to-morrow. Each ware
house has its own auctioneer, clerks,
and most of the firms buying having
two sets of buyers to attend on the two
circuits. Cor. Washington Post
Compressed Air Torpedo.
Still another torpedo, this one the in
vention of an Austrian count, Buona
corsi by name, has made its appearance
in the European naval and military
world. According to official and private
reports of the trials of this instrument
they were eminently successful, givinj.
results superior even to those obtained
from the Whitehead. The motive power
is compressed air, acting directly from a
reservoir upon tho propeller without an
assistance or intervention from machin
ery. The propulsion is effected by twin
screws working inversely and giving a
velocity greater and more continuous, it
is contended, than any obtained in other
torpedoes. One remarkable feature of
this invention is the faculty of auto
matic guidance, which enables it to
avoid protective nets and shields, and to
dive any distance before rising to give
its blow. Exchange.
The Time to Gather Flowers.
Do not gather flowera while the sun is
shining upon them, but choose instead
the early morning, or the hour after the
sun has gone down. Avoid pulling or
tearing from the plant; cut with 3hirp
scissors or a knife, and in the case of
varieties having a large stalk or stem
rub a little dirt over tho wound. Al
ways leave as long a stem as possible,
not to interfere with other buds or blos
soms. John Richards in Jenness-Miller
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Maverick National Bank
- - $400,000
- - 800,000
Accounts of banks, hankers and corporations so
licited. Our facilities for roi.I.KCTIONS aro excellent,
and we re-dIcount for bank w hen balances w.ir
i.'tnt it. ...
Boston Is a Reserve Cltv. nnd balances with us
from Kinks (not located In other Reserve Cities
count as a reserve.
WV draw our own exchanue on London and th
Continent, and make cable transfers and place
monej bj telegraph throughout the United btates
and C anada.
! hae a market for prime first-class inu-stment
securities, and Unite proposals from states, counties
and clue-, when .sMiIni; bowls. . ,
Wo do u crneral lUnklni Rusiness, and imite
ASA A. POTTER, President.
JOS. W. WORK, Cashier.
Tf 6ms d5
German in, Westchester,
Providence- Wat-h inaton,
135 North Market Rtreo
Take the Frisco Fiver at 2.25 p. m. to St.
Louis fair, it is the fastest train in and out
of this country as the time will show.
Three trains daily in each direction,
between Wichita ami KnnJis City, Wich
ita and St. Louis, via Missouri Pacitic
railway. 107 tf
ote Mie Importance ofThls.
The Missouri Pacific railway is the only
line running three daily trains between
Wichita and Kansas City and Wichita and
St. I,ouis. Morning train leaves Wichita
at S:43 a. m.. arriving at Kansas City same
afternoon, Chicago next morning at S
o'clock, and St. Louis 7:30 a. m. St. Louis
express leaves Wichita at 2 o'clock p. rn.
with through Pullman sleeper and chair
car Wichita to St. Loui" without change.
Night expre-s leaves Wichita at 0:40 with
sleeper and chair car through to Kansas
City and St. Louis. This tram also con
nects at Yates Center with tho through
express for Little Bock, Ark., and Mem
phis, Tenn., ia Fort Smith. Ark. If jou
are going east, west, north or south, re
member you will save time and money by
going via the Missouri Pacitio railway. It
i5 the short line to all pomts cast and west,
St. Louis aud Pueblo and Denver. For
liilormation. Pullman reservations anu .
tickets to all parts of the globe, call at the
City UCktl Oince, 1.1 oriu .uaiu screci, or
depot corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley,
90 tf Passenger and Ticket Apt.
Inllan Territory Map.
A perfect sectional map of the "Cherokee
Outlet.'' containing 0,023,244 acre, oon to
be opened for settlement, showing every
quarter section of land, every stream, cat
tle trail, railroad and itatiou in that noted
countrv. and the whole Indian territory.
Ms asX; incnes beautifully colored.
Price i.:); fully mounted, Cloth back on
rollers, J 50
Also a perfect sectional map of the
"Iowa." "ac and Fox." "Kickajoo" and
"Pottovcatomie" reservations, containing
2,40$. 4SJ acre-s lately treated lor, aud to be
opened to settlement, alo showing the
eastern tier ot counties of Oklahoma terri
tory, ratlroad stations, etc., etc kwcMxM
inches Price $1 35. fully mounted, cloth
back, on rollers. .' 00. Both maps to one
address for ii Zi. fully mounted lor $4 tU
Addre-s F J ARNOLD.
112 lmo P O. box 03, Wictuta, Kan.
No change of cars of any kind btwTsn
Wichita and St Louis via the "New Mis
oari Pacific short line." dis tf
Hs it ever ocenred to yon that the
Santa Fe route has a very fast train to
t hicago and tbe wistr-levinx WkIiiu at
I J-.J 40 noon. xrrivHic in Chvcago the next
morning masing all eastern connections.
It a. fct d 50-tf
Streets. Yichita. Kansas.
Do not be deceived by speciously worded
advertisements of other lines. The Frisco
Limited is the fastest train to St. Louis by
more than one hour with incomparably
the finest equipment No charges and no
delays at junction points. dll8-tf
Xight express for Kansas City, St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita ac ViiO p. m.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
Take stage at Wharton for Stillwater,
Billy Snyder, proprietor. d4S tf
Adrlce to .Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sjrup should
alwnys be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, ailwys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-tlvecents a
bottle. dtU tf w46 tf
Look before you leap. Take the Frisco
Flyer to St. Louis. dll3-tf
'ote Chance or Time.
Commencing Sundav, Oct. jfch, the Mis
souri Pacific Fast Mad and Express will
leave Wichita at 2 o'clock p. m., arriving
at St. Louis next morning at 7 o'clock.
Chicago Express will leavo at 8:45 a. m..
arriving at Chicago (via Kansas City) at 8
o'clock next moraine. This makes the
fastest trains for both St. Louis aud Chi
cago. Pullman sleepers and chair cars
through to St. Louis without change.
Dally by Dayllebt.
New morning express, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 43-tf
What Do Yon Drink?
The Wichita Water company com
mencing Oct. 10 and continuing until Nov.
30. lS'JO will make a vjreat enort tor busi
ness. It will tap the water main lay the
nine to the curb and place in position tho
stop cock and box free of charge to all who '
uesire to uso wilier wurjc tuit:i.
The best water In the city, askyonr phy
Profevor Church, chemist, of Topeka,
after making a thorough analysis of
Wichita's v nter works water has the fol
lowing to sav: "This Is a jjood. pure
drinking water of good mineral and or
ganic composition. I would rank this
water as pure for drinking purposes."
Landlord's here is an opportunity to im
prove your property at a slight expense.
Grasp it. Remember the offer is only good
for one month, sure.
This proposition doc not apply to par
ties whoe property is on paved streets or
on streets where the water company have
no mains or to parties wanting water for
sprinkling purposes only. For further
particulars apply at the company's office
11G North Market street.
dl2-J tit Wichita Water Company.
What line runs three through passenger
trains to St. Louis without change?
Whnt line runs Pullman sleepers and
reclining chair cars morning and night to
Thu Frico is tho onlv line.
What line has the fast train toSt. Louis'
The Frisco. whoe flyer leaves Wichita
at 2:25 p. m. daily, 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 St. Louis union depot. doO-tf.
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this oflice.
Aderss the WichituEAOLH, Wichita Kan,
New Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacitic railway Wichita to St. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. d5S tf
The Santa Fe is the short line Pneblo, to
Colorado Springs and Denver. Note the
time: Leave Wichita 4.10 p. m.. arrive
Pueblo 0.85 a. m.. arrive Colorado Springs
7-40 a. m., arrive Dener 10.30a. m. Through
Pullman chair car and dining car service.
St. Louis express leaves Wichita at 2
o'clock p m. Through sWplng and
chair car Wichita to SU Louis, via Mis
souri Pacific railway. 107 tf
St. JLonlss to Colorado Ta Wlchl.
Commencing Sundy, July 13.1SW, the
Missouri Pacinc railway will run through
sleeping cars 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 en account of a great many peo
ple from the east goint: to Colorado being
desirous of going via Wichita. The train
will stop here two hours, giving all a
chance to view the"Peerles. Prince" and
still Und passengers in Colorado Mine
time as if they had gone via Kanias City.
It also gives the citizen. of Wichita sleep
ing car service from here to Colorado. Re
turning it gives ns through sleeping car
service VichitA tor-t. Louis, and gives the
Colorado people a chance to go east via
Wichita. This change will undoubtedly
be appreciated by the traveling public.and
especially by the citizens of VJcblt If
you are going eat or vrest go via the pop
ular new through route. Through cnair
and sleeping car sertie. New route Jst
completed between Fort Scott and Rich
Hill go through the finert. mineral and
furncukural country in the wec Don't
forget the new short line to St- Louis or
City ticket oflice, 1S7 North Main street,
4tf-tf K. K BLBTKLET. P. c T. A.
Are von going west Are yon gome
east It so. tke tbf Gret Rocc Isvutd
Finest corommodauon and lowest nitsi
to all points. Cur ticket office, KJ Et
Douglas avenue, comer M&m street.
Call and see us or send us an
SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK!
25c for solid color suitings.
39c for all wool sackings.
42ic for elegant lustre brilliantines.
22icfor heavy twill red flannel.
29c for good shaker flannel.
5c a skein for full lin zeph)T.
S9c gold cap umbrellas.
99c, $1.25, $1.69 and $1.99 for a good
of school shoes in the city.
C 0. PAGE & CO,,
Hardware :-: Merchants
Crry the largest stock ot
Rubber and Oak Tanned Leather Belling
In Southern Kansas.
Correspondence ollcited. 518 Last Douglas ars.
THE CRYSTAL ICE COMTAS Y
Now ready to supply all wishing their Pure Distill,
ed Water Ice, at usual prices. Ofllce and r"nrtorv
Cor. Osago and I'earl streets. West sldo. urdrr
Rooks at W. W. Pearce i(& fast Douglas Are. and
Occid-nta! Hotel Cor. Second and Main
Felephono Ne.-ia J.A.SOHN
dill tf becreta
J.ow Kates East.
The Ohio and Mississippi railway is now
selling tickets from St. Louis to Cincin
nati aud return for the low rate of HI 00,
good for return until Oct. 10 inclusive,
also one way to points nnmed as follows.
Columbus, O., f 15; Cleveland, O., $S.00,
Pittsburg, Pa., $$.00; Washington. D C ,
$10 25; Baltimore. Md ,?10 25 Philadelphia,
Pa., $11.05; Now York, N Y ,$KS 00, Boston.
Mass., $16.00. Tickets at above rates will
continue on sale until Oct lt, inclusive.
Address A. J. Lytic, general western
passenger neent, io. 105 North Broad.vay
and Union depot, St. Louis. Mo.,
W. B. Shattuc,
d 126-6fc G. P. A. O. As M. R'y.
Farmers Alliance ConTPntlon. Topeka, Kan.,
October 15 to IS.
For tho above the Great Rock Island
will sell tickets to Topeka at 54 02 for the
round trip. Tickets on sale October 14 to
18 inclusive, and good for return up to and
including October 20. Free reclining chair
cars on train leaving Wichita at 9 n. in .
and chair cars and Pullman sleepers on
train leaving at 9:55 p, m. Call at lOQ East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street
C. A. RfTHEUrOUn,
12G St. Ticket Agent.
Go east via tho "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacitic "Pleasant Hill route."
Through sleeping and chair airs without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 5Sd tf
(ft J Map.
A handsome lithograph map of the city,
showing all the streets and location of the
public buildings, etc., for sale ut this
This office Is prepared to furnish nil the
blanks which nre used In connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
nso Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
Old papers for saie at this office 25 cen
per hundred. 2Stf
We have for sale at this oflice a sectional
map of what is known as the Cherokee
outlet, together with a man of Indian ter
ritory, Oklahoma and all the Indian reser
vation 32x27, on paper $1 50. printed on
cloth $2 50. 120-tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St Louis Trr it 50 tf
: STORE. I
We Have Just Received and Put
On Sale This Week
475 boys cordoroy suits. Norfolk stylo, grry aid
brown, aga5? 4 to 4 years, worth $5.50 to any one and.
cant be bought for less in this city; wc let them go at
Special sale on fall overcoat's; 150 different styles, worth
$15.00, at 0.15 each.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
"We cany the largest best and cheapest stock.
500 ALARM CLOCKS GIVEN AWAY.
with 10.00 suit we give an alarm clock.
Free PYiii for tlie I3oys
With every Boys and Childs suit we give away free,
brass drum, banks .guns and tool boxen. Come and
see us before bujing, we will save you money.
One-Price Clothiers, Cor. Douglas & Lawrence,
line of childrens
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HOTEL METRO POLE.
Hates, $2.00 to $2.50 Tor Day.
"M. Stewart, O vncr and Prop.
J. E. Kohcr, Clerk.
lASr .- j- -sBU
Kl?l 1 1-, ft friiswH
$2 TO S3 PER DAY.
flweres&r t RHtr A Wallace. North'Mt motntr
of Dougta nn! Topka Avefwe.
A f II -tn k nf Prrmh Dmr. C'hmWt and M5
Plnw iwDrtJUttlr hno'l- A rr Ur 4 wM
Klfcil nnortmat ' Tetiet Artlels ntl DnrcftM
Wpy xpATtal mntlnn in pfc7lrla ipWs,
tvftr yrwrs In In ih blsi. Mr R R. WaS
will hart rbarcof t-bf jmwilHon teMuii1
Colorado short line, Miottri PadAc
railway, through cr 'errirn to PiK-hta.
Colorado s.pu ,im Dearer, .lisort
Pacific railway J-Vi tf
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