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We live in a world of microbes
There's never any telling when they will
break in and steal your health certificate
There's a way to make your house burglar
proof against microbes use BORAX
Use it in every cleansing process from the
kitchen to thfr bath-room Borax is not
only a cleanser but an antiseptic To add
a little Borax to the bath water is to get the
most refreshing and cleansing bath imagin
able To put Borax in the wash is not
only to make the clothes clean and white
but sweet and pure. Imitations are worth
less and injurious Get pure BORAX
For sale at drug and grocery stores every
where in Yh Yi and I -lb packages.
The famous "AMERICAN GIRL' PICTURES FREE to purchasers of
W20-Mule-Tcam Borax." At stores or sent for BOX TOP and 4c. in stampi.
Pacific Coast Boras Co., New York, Chicago, San Francisco.
Twenty Mule Team
Wholesale and Retail
Crackers by the Box
A Pounds Raisins
Eggs, per dozen
Fancy Butter, per pound
14 Bars Laundry Soap
2 Cans Good Salmon
Cocoanut, per pound
C Pounds Bulk Starch
G Pounds Tapioca.
25c K. C. Baking Powder
Corn, per can
i f Mi i I i i I i I i " I
Handsome in color and design, assorted.
Bizes, plain or rock face.
Hollow Building Blocks, Foundation
fitone, Footing, Door and Window Sills.
Made from clean, coarse. Little River
Sand, and Portland cemont. Costs Ufa
than brick or nativo stone, more durable
Cement is the coming building material.
Let us llsjure on your buildings and
Cement Stone & Supply Co.
nd and Wichita streets.
1. F. WEST, Mamgcr.
i 'Phono lsj
WEST SIDE RACKET
flk NeTIlflnt Store I
GREAT CHINA SALE
As the wholesale house wished to clear up "odds and
ends," we succeeded in purchasing a LARGE SHIP
MENT OF CHINA, ranging in value from 50e a piece
down. AVe put OX SALE THIS WEEK THE JAp
ENTIRE LOT at, a. piece
If you come early in the week, you can pick out
beautiful pieces, worth many times the price you pay,
More of our Famous GOLDEN GLASS is now here; also
those beautiful, tall AMERICAN" BEAUTY 1fp
SALAD DISHES, all lands
. shape v. :
MORE TOYS This is
M. A. Cork has returned from Califor
nia and would be glad to meet all her
friends and boarders at her home, 137
Miss Maude McLaughlin and Miss Alma
Crana will conduct a summer school at
Washington building, beginning Tuesday,
Our Trade Mark.
the place to make the chil
Fine silver water pitcher (Rogers Bros.'
porcelain lined). All our silverware and
cut glass will be closed out below cost.
G. H. Herrington. 149 X. Main street.
If you want to buy imported dinner sct3
nt less than cost, go to the Oddlta China
store. IIS North Main street. G. H. Her-
Gusts of City News
John W. Adams will speak at Valley
Center on Decoration Day.
Hiss Orpah Ja' is very sick at her
home, 333 South Main.
Friday night the stork visited the home
of Steve G. Skinner and a, little girl has
been added to his family.
W. G. McKee returned yesterday from
St. Louis, where he is interested in the
Historical Souvenir company.
Bent and Arthur Bowers, managers of
the Van Ambergli show, spent Friday
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bow
ers, 137 Ohio avenue.
Mrs. Frank YIke places this office un
der obligations to her for a bushel basket
full of roses, an annual contribution from
her home on the West Side.
The P. E. O. society was charmingly
entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. C.
W. Brown in honor of her sister, Mrs.
McKibben of Mt. Pleasant, la.
C. W. Haynie, manager of the McKin
ney Music House of this city, will be mar
ried June 1 to Miss Helen Corry at Cher
ryvale, Kan., where-the bride resides.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Georgi, formerly
Miss Florence Dold, and Miss Clara Dold
of Buffalo, X. Y., are visiting their
brother, Fred Dold, for a few days. They
expect to return to New York next Mon
day. Mrs. II. L. Piper, Mrs. R. L. Kelley.
Mrs. M. J. Parrott, Mrs. M. Swegle and
Mrs. p. II Phinney will entertain the
members of the Order of Eastern Star
at a social picnic on Thursday afternoon
at Hyde Park.
The body of the late Mrs. Emma Bloss,
which has bee nin the receiving vault
since her death, was laid to rest in the
Maple Grove cemetery last Wednesday,
under the auspices of the Knights and
Ladies of Security.
W. E. Gaston and family, of Hutchin
son, have moved to Wichita ana taKen
up their residence in the third block of
Mathewson avenue. Mr. Gaston is gen
eral agent of the Union Central Life In
surance company, of Cincinnati.
The graduating class of Friends' Uni
versity held their alumni banquet last
evening at the Hamilton. The entire class
were present, and the banquet was a
splendid success. The dining room was
beautifully decorated with roses.
Councilman Wm. Pierce returned last
night from a trip through, western Kan
sas. He reports the finest prospect for
crops that country has had for several
years. Ho left over the Frisco last night
for the oil fields of eastern Kansas.
A. S. Udell, wholesale druggist of
Otumwa, Iowa, is in the city visiting his
sister. Mrs. Kos Harris, Sf3 North Em
poria. He seems to be very favorably
Impressed with Wichita and talks quito
boastful of his visit to the best city in
the state of Kansas.
Richard D. Carmichacl of Wilbur, O.
T., and Miss Minnie Davis of Arkansas
City were married yesterday afternoon
by Rev. X. E. Harmon of this city. The
bride is an old friend of Rev. and Mrs.
Harmon and came here on purpose that
she might be wed by Rev. Harmon.
Charles Anderson of Wellington, one- of
the most valuable operators of the Asso
ciated Press, paid a visit to the Eagle
office yesterday, where he always re
ceives a hearty welcome. He was on
his way from Wellington to Kansas City,
where he is working.
The following sales were closed the
past week by R. II. Johnson: The Ike
Dean place on University avenue for
$2,900; the R. B. McGonigle home on Mill
wood avenue to F. II. McConWck for
$1,500; lots C, S and 10 on Elizabeth avenue
in Lawrence addition to Rowland B. Mc
Gonigal, for ?300.
At a meeting of the members of the
Board of Trade held yesterday the fol
lowing persons were chosen as delegates
to a meeting of the Federation of Com
mercial Interests: F. W. Frasius, David
Heenau and C. B. Gaunt. The meeting
will be held May 31, at Topeka.
All of the leading dry goods and de
partment stores in Wichita have agreed
keep their places of business closed all
day Monday in observance of Memorial
day. Those who will keep their stores
( closed are Innes & Co., Boston Store,
Rorobaugh & Co., Morsman-Innes, Koyes
& Co., and the Tornado.
The Highland Cemetery association met
with Mrs. Park on Thursday afternoon
in her new home on Fairvlew avenue. At
the close of the business session a five
course dinner was served which was very
much enjoyed and was quite a treat. All
when bidding good night decided Mrs.
Park to bo a delightful hostess.
E. J. Kistler. aged 23. and Mabel G.
Summers, aged IS, both of this city, were
granted a marriage license yesterday.
A license was also Usuod to Richard D.
Carmichacl, aged S3, of Wllber, O. T., and
Minnie M. Davis, aged 34, of Arkansas
City. The last named couple were mar
riPd by Reverend X. E. Harmon, yes
G. R. Perkins, formerly a member of
Marshall's band of Topeka, but now a
member of the Eagle band, practiced
with the band for the first time last
night. Mr. Perkins plays a tuba and is
an artist. He has just returned from
Oklahoma City, where he wont to play
with Marshall's band at the traveling
j men's convention.
I Miss Annette Edison of Conway
j Springs will be in the city today, the
j guest of Mrs. Barrington of the- Harail
' ton. Miss Edison is the accomplished
young pianist who sa ably assisted in
. the Consistory program last Monday
I evening, receiving deserved applause
from the audience and a special corapli
; ment from Admiral Schley.
' Jack Shields, the business manager of
t the Apollo club, received a letter yester-
day from M. L. Wortman, president of
the Chautauqua assembly, containing an
, offer of $10) for the club If they will as
sist in a Sunday service during the as-
seniblv week in Winrleld.
The club will j
consider the offer at their meeting on j
Monday evening and in all probability
will accept it. They are also awaiting t
a reply from Kroegcr of St. Louis, and if j
the club is allowed to enter the contest j
with forty members they will go to St. t
Lnuls in July and compete for the JCO)
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G. E. Lawhead Is in Coldwater oa busi
ness. O. R. Worley left over the Santa. Fe
for Kansas City ast night.
Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Stttcs ".rent to St- i
Senator Chester I. Long was a Wichita
visitor yesterday for a short time.
Mrs. J. K. Dorsey azd Master Jamea ,
left last night for Great Bend. Kan. :
Joba McCafferty of Valley Center vrin j
ia the city yesterday on legal business, j
ilrs. Henaaa Demm aa4 Ma r vl-1
iting Mrs. Demuth's mother, Mre. Burn3,
Mrs. U. E. Beard and party, of Anness,
have returned home from a delightful
trip to California.
Mrs. Parr has gone to Larned, Kan.,
to spend a month or so with her daugh
ter, Mrs. D. C. Babbitt.
Mrs. M. Shull of Des Moines, la., is in
the city visiting her son, C. B. ShuIL of
207 South Washington "avenue.
Miss Helen Roetzei, after six months'
absence at Lindsborg, is again at her
home, 207 South Lawrence.
Miss Grace Ricker, '329 Indiana avenue,
left for St. Louis yesterday, where" she
expects to remain for several months.
Mrs. Claude Bryan of 311 South Topeka'
is enjoying a visit from her sister, Mra.
W. O. Cox of Los Angeles, Cal.
Mrs. Mary Louise Hilts arrived in the
city Saturday and will spend a few weeks
with her friend, Miss Eva Handler.
Dr. Thomas will return today from
Chicago, where he has been for the past
month taking post-graduate work.
G. W. Brichler of Chanute. brother of
Mrs. A. M. Lemmon of OaJ South Law
rence, is in the city in the interest of
the oil fields of that place.
Mrs. Joseph T. Hemphill of Pittsburg,
Pa., who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. Deupree, at 737 St. Francis avenue,
leaves for St. Louis this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and little
son, Morey, left Thursday over the Rock
Island for Minnesota, where they will
spend the summer visiting relatives.
Sidney Toler, formerly of Wichita but
now of New lork City, is in Wichita
visiting his parents. Col. and Mrs. H. G.
C. A. Duncan, formerly of this city, has
just returned from Alva, O. T. He is go
ing to British Columbia with the idea of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graves of To
peka arrived last evening and will spend
several days visiting with Mr. Graves'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Graves, on
Xorth Lawrence avenue.
Mrs. C. E. Martin leaves today for
points in the east and south. She will
spend several weeks at her brother's
home in Indiana and later" visit her
daughter, Mrs. Charlesworth, in Lexing
ton, Ky taking In the World's Fair at
St. Louis and other places of interest
during her absence, which will be an -extended
1 in the Hotel Lobbies. I
A. M. Peck, of the Barbar Asphalt com
pany, at Kansas City, is at tho Carey.
R. E. Whitfield, of Newburg, Ind., is
staying at the Carey for a few days.
S. S. Adler, with Well, Pflaum &. Co.,
of Chicago, is registered at the Hamil
ton. F. H. Wclnschenk, a prominent cattle
man of Kingman, Is putting up at tho
Bert Williams of Neosho, Mo., Is at
the Manhattan. He Is with the Wells
R. O. Vanderwent, proprietor of the
Royal hotel at Kingman, was at the Man
Max L. Wile of the firm of Wile Bros.
Sz Nelll of Buffalo, IC. Y., will spend
Sunday at the Hamilton.
C. H. Wilson, with the Draper & May
nard Co., of Plymouth, N. 11., registered'
at tho Hamilton yestorday.
Frank Newberry, of the Rothcnberg &
Schloss Cigar house of Kansas City, is
registered at the Manhattan.
Joe Harris, who travels for the Twen
tieth Century Clothing House of Chicago,
will be at the Hamilton over Sunday.
II. C Rockey and -v. E. Ransom, of
Kalamazoo. Mich., are registered at the
Carey while in the city on business.
Col. S. C. Nathan, western representa
tive of Michaols, Stem & Co., of Roch
ester, N. Tl?, is at the Hart!lton while in
W. B. Sale, representing the National
Lead company, of St. Louis, arrived at
the Hamilton yesterday. Mr. Sale's home
is at Denver.
Dr. Rockwell H.- Potter, of Hartford,
Conn., is registered at the Carey. He
will deliver the baccalaureate sermon for
Falrmount university today at the Ply
mouth Congregational church.
Mr. and Mrs. Br L. Eaton will leave
via the Frisco this afternoon at 1:30
o'clock for St. Louis, where they will at
tend the world's fair. Later they will
visit friends at Indianapolis and then go
to Kew York City to attend a meeting
of the National Hotel Men s association.
They will be joined at that place by O. B.
Stockcr. of tlr.s city and then -will" sail
for a three months tour of Europe.
P. L. Johannes, representing the S-arle
& Heath Co., manufacturing chemists, of
Chicago, is at the Manhattan.
From Four Corners
The Norwich team defeated the Clear
water team at baseball in Clearwater,
last week. The game was a fast one. the
score being 15 to 2S.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next
week the Fairmount ball team will play
three games with tho Clearwater nine
(not the one mentioned in connection
with Norwich), in Brumflcld park, at
A warrant was sworn out in the city
court yesterday for Jams Murphy aid
Al Miller, of Clearwater, charging them
with obstructing a public street in Clear
water, known as Third avernw, with a
wire fence. The complaint was made by
W. G. Hull.
The Union Veterans of the southeast
portion of the county, comprising the
townships of Rockford, Waco. Salem,
Gypsum and Ohio, wili unite in commem
orating and observing Decoration day an
Monday at Waco, Kan. The cxercisss
are under the charge of th. Grand Army
post of Derby. Hor, O. H. Bentley, of
this city, will deliver an address, his
subject being. "General Sheridan." A
dinner -Rill Le served.
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With Bauness Interest
All the hanks la the dty vrlll be closed
tomorrow The uostoffiee vrill I open
from 3 to W:3& a. su only.
TTva grocery starts will close at noaa
and remain so all day tomorrow oa ac-,
count of eiaerll services. j
Three car toads of binding: tSM-wre
th-s -arlll be the heaviest barvrst tMt
j Kansas baa.td for sometime.-
Water i-t la undcnrclcr,.,
changes. Afekal! will be laid tWe a
sori WerHd can oe stoip4MH tkn
ground imm of wo r kme &tve al
ready mmjgmH"2 aad prcpartaff ir Ml)
wark. . - . MSg
We off epi $l,ooo for a disease germ that
Li quozorie can't kill; and most of the sick
are sick because of germs. One bottle free
We have purchased more "than a mil
lion 50c bottles of Liquczone and givc-a
them free to the sick. During the past
four months, we have spent over $oOO,COO
to announce and fulfill this offer. We
have done this to convince the sick that
Liquozone does what rxredicine cannot do.
and we are willing to do the same with
you. If you need ic
What Liquozone Is.
Liquozone is the result of a process
which, for more than Hi years, has been
the constant subject of scientific and
chemical research. Its virtues are de
rived solely from gas largely oxygon
gas by a process requiring immense ap
paratus and 14 days' . time. Each cubic
inch of Liquozone represents the virtues
of 1,250 cubic inches of the gas.
The result is a product which does what
oxygen does. Oxygen is the nerve food.
the blood food, the scavenger of the
blood. It is the very source of vitality,
the most essential element of life. But
oxygen Is a gas and unstable; while
Liquozone is fixed ;and concentrated. It
gets an excess of oxygen virtues into the
blood, to go wherever the blood goes.
The result is a vitalizing tonic with which
no other known product can compare.
Kills Inside Germs.
But the great valuo of Liquozone lies
in the fact that it kills germs in the
Hat Sale all this week.
Trimmed Hats, $1.95.
Shield's Millinery Co.,
IST'N. Main street.
W'car a "Shield's'" Hat.
On account of it being Decoration day,
Oar Store Will Close
M Noon Monday
We will make one delivery In the fore
noon. 'Phone us your order or leavo at
store early to insure delivery.
LEADING SPOT CASH
Phones Bell 132; new. 1014.
25S N. Main.
Can you get Photo
graphs as good as
Remember the price for
i 75 Cenls Per Dozen
Thi.s style is advertis
ed by others as $2 00
and $3.00 pictures.
A 9 ! M!
V ! V
at from $1.00 to $2 00
per dozen are all that
can be desired.
See the work and com-
J pare it with others ba
$ fore buying.
Studebaker lias had
4 fifteen years' experience
f in the finest studios of f
142 NORTH AIAIN
Over Ozanne's Drue Store
"The BJue That Blew the Blues Away"
Sez illshtress McCarty.
I'm happy and hearty,
ile wsh!n8 as aisy a pair of ould
Tims was l wlnt crazy
's a dock "round a daisy
Ttras the biueW tbat. gev me the blaea. j
Good luck to tb man j
Who did VTIGGLSISTICK: pten; J
Blue Hominy's now rmsy j
And Trtshin's thrfek. j
Not the gookl la the inSr.ts, j
(Tho It copt bet tn olatff j
It I couldn't regtaco It -wwild bay WIG- j
Jfay each hair in bis head, - j
Wbla that raan 1$ diail
Th' tons; ray ll ir t!K the cad cf hli ;
Tola each hair. I saM, '
Turn s. caadJe end shed I
A licht for 'tis sow oa the rad into 1
Change In Distilled Water Telephones.
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Distilled afld Acrstad Water departaseat j
-aril I b as folio ww: , i
Xw 'ptKM, I2SL !
DM 3hoQ. - "
We hv dteeeaiinu&d lb use cf tear
phoae V&i. tlpes two phases on t&s
satrtft Uo wwetf taaixssies. and. iasgsvsa-
seac. Very rspenfy.
TIIH HOLLA.XD YEAST CO
Ye&xt factory CS E. iCaidA.
Misses C. Cal? aad Ann. D-Arahsy ill
conduct summer school in 7ntff lolU-
las, Jcae C
body -without killing the tissues, too.
There 1$. nothing- else known which win
do that. ' Any drug that kills germs is a
poison, and it cannot bo taken internally.
For that reason, medicine is practically
helpless in any germ disease.
Liquozone is so certain that we publish
on every bottre an offer of $1,000 for
disease germ that it cannot kill. The
reason is that germs are vegetables;, and
an excess of oxygen the very life of an
animal is deadly to vegetal matter.
Liquozone is certain destruction to the
cause of -a genn trouble, yet to tho hu
man body it is the most helpful thing'
in the world.
We paid $103,000 for the American rights
to Liquozone, because this product alone
can end a germ disease.
These are the known germ diseases.
All that medicine can do for these trou
bles is to help Nature overcome tho
germs, and such results are Indirect and.
uncertain. Liquozone kills the germs,
wherever they are. and the results are
inevitable. By destroying the cause of
the trouble, it Invariably ends the disease,
Hay Fever Influenza
Many Heart Troubles
Is a Necessity
Governments, banks, corporations,
privileges of part settlements. Why
We don't bellevo for a moment .r.ut wo grant you a favor in extending
"charge" privileges. We appreclato your acceptance of our offer. It oasts
a mutual confidence and clear understanding over our relations. When
you are doubtful about values, ask candid questions. Wo nre an honest
crowd, and wo -would rather lose a salo by disappointing you with a fact
than selling you by misrepresentation. Tho last named fault wouldj bo
A Few Specials for This Week
A fine, polished, Combination Bookcase and Writing Desk nt $10.50.
Highly polished, carved back Dining Chairs at 75c each. Refrigerators
from $C up.
Wo have several patterns of best Wool Carpots at 00c, made, laid and
0x12 Rugs of best quality, from J3 up. Wo also have a fine line of
Leather Goods on display In our show window for your innpction.
J. O. GILBERT
Called Peerless Princess
Because as Li Wichita the Peerless Princess of
tho Great Vest, o is that excellent Flur which
hns teen so appr -pnately named.
Pec-irss Princess Flour la without a shadow or
a do'..Lrt the best Flour milled today
Tho order boy v.iU bring a sack tomorrow tf yo-j
particular people mrfi
$100.00 Cash Given Away Free 1
Wo will give to the peraon, rhurrh or iociety deliveries: ' r Wichita
representative tho largest number of wrappers frm
Crystal White Soap, Silk Soap, Borax Wash
ing Compound and Wild Rose Glycerine Soap
By Saturday. September 3. 1H, the sum at one hundred doOars ia rn
prizes, as follow-.
1st. LargfBt number 5.C0 4th. Largwrt number .SKUQ
2nd. Largest number VM 1TK1
Cth. Largest number ...,...J".'j
3rd. Largest number tiiM 7th. Lsrcit numUr
"Wrappers may he of one kind or aortl. pk-truntf ar premium
given with th cash prizes.
Exchange wrapper for coupon nt DOCKT'M S OJIVO STOHB. 12S
Xorth Mtn street and on Sturdr Sept. i. ISM ptaev rmpm in talnd
envelop rn whleli is plainly wrlttti name nf prrn. chtsrcfe ir velty
for wh-nm It la to tw rounted ar.d a at aWi addre. when th csm
pons will be counted, prlzs awarded and rwM
PEET BROS. MANUFACTURING COMPANY
HARRY It. JONES,
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IS IT FAIR
That your wife should cook three mc-ais each day in a
kitchen made stifling hot by a coal range, lug- the coal
and ashes about and do work that would exhaust the
vitality of a strong man?
The Gas Range prcserres health and strength,
meals are cooked quickly, there in no labor, the kitchen
i.s cool and clean. Anj food which can be cooked on m.
coal stove can be better cooked on a Ga Range and in
one-half the time. Cooking by gaK is cheaper than coaL
We make no charge for iervice or connection, but
set up a Gas Bange in your kitchen for $12.00 or f 15.00.
Dysentery Diarrhea Scrofula SyphlUs
Dandruff Dropsy Stomach Troublea
Dyspepsia ' Throat Troubles
Eczema Erysipelas Tuberculosis
Fevers Gall stones Tumors Ulcers
Goitre Gout Varicocele
Gonorrhea Gleet Women s Diseases
AH diseases that begin with fever all.
inflammation all catarrh all contaskms
diseases ail tl results of lrapur or
In nervous debility Liquozone acts as a
vitalizcr, accomplishing what no drugs
50c Bottle Free.
If -you need Liquozone, and luvvc never
tried it, please sond us this coupon. W
will then mail you an order on your local
druggist for a full-sixe bottle and wo will
pay your druggist ourselves for It. This
Is our free gift, made to convince you;
to show you what Liquozone is. and
what It can do. In justice to yourself,
please accept it today, for It places
you under no obligation whatever.
Liquczone costs 50c and $1
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
for thl offer may not appear again.
Fill out the blanks and roall It to the
Liquid Ozone Co., -CS-tCiJ Wa&ash Ave
My diseaso Is
I have never tried TJquosone. but If
you will supply mo a &0c. bottla frco r
will take It.
Give foil address write plainly.
Any physician or hospital not yet usia
Liquozono will be gladly supplied for a
Institutions, nil neek credit with
not tho housekeeper with her own
340 N. Main St.
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