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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER, 17. 1884.
M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
WEDNESDAY JIOltXEfG, DEC.
AN ENVIABLE REPUTATION.
Vichila is paining nn unemiablc reputa
tion for ruffianism. 2s carl v every day vso
hear of some attempt at robbery there.nnJ
its papers chronicle burglaries y the dozen,
censuring their local pence for inefficiency,
and recommending the forming of vigilance
committees among the citizens for fclf-pro-tection.
It is taid, and wo have no reason to
discredit the a'-ecrtion, that the hoolum
element prevails to such a dangerous cilcnt
that it is absolutely unsafe for'wau. woman
or child, to be on the streets after night.
One of our own citizens while quietly mak
ing his way to the depot of the "Wichita it
Ft. Scott road to take the train for home was
knocked down bv an uni-ecn party, and
doubtless would liavo been robbed but for
the fortunato approach of ft fr'cnd and ac
quaintance. If the preent jstate of affairs is
not remedied by the present city govern
ment, wc would" think that a change in mu
nicipal authority would be one of the bless
ings dcvoutlv prayed for by the honest and
sober element of the citv. AVith open sa
loons in almost e cry block, a lax police
force, backed up by a rotten municipal gov
ernment, a city does not present the attract
ions that tire calculated to draw emmi-rra-
tion and trade. Conway Springs Star.
Hut if vou want to seclivclv work on the
part of the police force, let some honest but
hardworking citizen be a little full on the
street, how quick lie is nabbed. The whole
force will lay hours for a chance to drag
some such man before the police judge.
But thev don't always do that It is suscep-
tatle of proof that policemen in this city
hac been known to assess a fine on the start,
and collect it. Not onlv is that so, but their
city organ excused and e en endorsed such
work. This is a species of robbery that the
district or supreme court will have a chance,
wo hope sonio day, to get on to, when the
rights of American citizen' wiil belaid
down in a way that will put such usurpers
behind the bar. This is the kind of u gov
ernment that a christian people of more than
ordinary cnlightment have been subjected Co
in this town. Saloons can openly iol:in
both the constitution and laws of th state
in filling some poor devil up, and that is all
right in the eesof our city government,
but let the man who has thus spent hi
money attempt to go home, or falj on the
ttreet, how quickly, how majcslical'y
will soma watchful guardian of the peace
come down upon him. The same f.icts stand
good as to the gambling hells and the tow n
is full of them. Men of prominence and
property can go and come when they please
and in any condition they may happen to be,
strapped, dead-broke or full or all three,
and there is no danger that he will find him
self in the cooler or that he will be stopped
and told to put up.
This city government is a glorious em
bodiment of personal liberty that is for
the men who stand in with the administra
tion, hut he.wcn hilptho unlucky wight, if
he is a poor man addicted to drink, to whom
its vigilant police t ikra n dMiko.
Hcmcmbi r election day next spring.
CEN. WM-DER'S APPOINTMENT.
It is said thai our newly chocn governor
ha decided as to whom ho will a-k to be
come his right-hand man, reccutivr lerk,
and that man is 1). W. Wilder. Hur-li a
decision, if true, and if Mr. Wilder will ac
cept, will give Krout satisfaction throughout
the entire state, not only to the Kcpublicau
party but even- citizen who has the best
welfare and good rmiiK of Kanas at heart.
General Wilder is not only learned in the
lore of our htate, not only knows its history,
politically and sociallv, as few men do, but
he h one of thewisest and most discrete gen
tlemen to be found anywhere.
KANSAS IN THE CABINET.
The only newsp-iper life in Kansas new
disccrnablo i among the Democratic papers
in their quarrels as to whether Glick or
lllair thall sit at the right hand of Cleveland
when he comes into his kingdom. We
wouldn't make anybody feel bad, but neither
of them ever will. Cleveland' administra
tion will waste no sweitness on rodical l!e
publicau states likn Kansas where there is
no hope for Democracy further tha'i to give
the membe'S of that parly residing in the
state all the official slops belonging to the
state. 31r. Cleveland will turn his attention
to the doubtful states, where he will attempt
to entrench and make solid what has here
tofore been in doubt. When New York and
one other doubtful stato is throw n into the
lohd south column the Democracy have a
turn thimr. A cabinet position in Kiui'S
would bu thrown away so far n any politi
cal capital i concerned.
JUDCE PETERS' SPEECH.
Hon. Samuel IJ. Peters, member of con
gress from this district, delivered an ex
haustive speech before the houso on the 3d
inst, on the question of Inter-stalo com
merce, and the appointment of a commis
sion to regulate such commerce, in which he
went into tho whole question of the carry-,
ing trade and its bearing ou the products of
the country. He takes tho ground that it is
the producer and not tho consumer who
pays the transpo,tation bills, which he illus
trated with many actual facts and figures.
He said, amoiig other things, that the law of
demand and supply in its relation to the
value of a product is an arbitrary one. It
takes: no notice of the cost of transportation;
it takes no notice of the cost of produc
tion. But if the common carrier charges
unreasonable rates for transportation it does
not change the price of the product in the
market, but it simply lessens tho compensa
tion which tho producer receives for the
production of that product. It does not
benefit the consumer, but, on the other
hand, it injures tho producer. In short, it
increases the tax upon production, not for
the benefit of the producer or consumer, but
for the benefit of the common carrier.
As to discriminations ho took the broad
ground that there is no such thing as just
discrimination in transportation.
In ono thing we agree heartily, wherein ho
says that the absence of competition means
tUc presence of extortion. Competition is
the friend of the masses and the foo of mo
nopolies It is the friend of honest toil and
the foe of luxuriant idleness. It U the
friend of fair-dealing and the foo of swind
ling. It is the friend of honest accumula
tion'and the foe of gambling.
He concluded his very able speech in
these words :
I am not one of those who believe in de
crvinir the jrrnnd and clorious results that
have accrued to this country by reason of
me successful building ot railroads through
out iti borders. 1 am not ono of thoso who
believe in losing sight of the immense inter
est that is in this country invested in rail
road property; but I desire to take all meas
ures relating to this question and consider
them in the same light that I would consider
all mci-urcs which relate to any other busi
ness intcriits. 1 desire to treat the question
of railroad interests as it bears upon other
interests the same as I would treat tho man
ufacturing inltrct as it bears upon other in
tTCsts. And that I believe has been the
steady purposo of the languago as well as
tho very substance of tho bill.
DEMOCRATIC FREE TRADE.
Hard Times, Wheat' Low, Cleveland Elected, and
Overloaded "With. Goods.
These are the Four Reasons why I propose to Slaughter
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES,
TRUNKS AND BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Thirty days.
I don't think times will be much better for some
propose to unload, and I am going to do it sure.
Twenty Thousand Dollar Stock.
All good New Fresh Clean Goods, marked right out in plain
very low. We sell strictly at One Price. I will oner
One Hundred Dollars Rewaro1
To any man, woman or child that will "jew" either mv clerks or myself five cents on any
article in the house. Ten per cent will be returned to you in gold, silver or currency on all
purchases in clothing amounting from 50 cents upwards. Twenty per cent will be returned
to you in gold,silver or currency on anything in the boot and shoe line. Rememberthe placce,
CHEAP CASH STORE.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, First door West of Citizens' Bank.
CALL AND SEE IF I MEAN BUSINESS.
DIETER & CAMPBELL.
Contractors & Builders
BRICK AND STONE!"
Partin JeHlring sli!ew.ilk of WlufleM llaf?
i:lti; if till hIps will lo well to eall ami Rrt
prices. J-eme orlerat W. 1". Stem's iiRice on
Lattiencenve , south of Donsla ave. (!-.'-II
208 Douglas Avenue, Wichita,
H awl liuy bankrupt storks, and furnish auc-tiom-eri
fur all kinds of hales, blocks or Roods
i-IusmI nut n i-liort notice. K'et references giv
en. Call on or address,
MULNIX & ALDEN,
AuctloLeers, 21S Douglaj Ate., Wichita, Kan.
Pioneer Lumber Man
Or SKDf'WICK COUVTY
THE NORMAL LANDS.
Somo days since, in reply to foirm Demo
cratic brag oer (.lick's economical :iul
honest ndiiitnMratioa, tlw Kaou: cited a
few tilings calculated to take the wiil out
of the boast. Among other tiling', wo
mildly upgited that mo of his M-callcd
non-partisan boards of rejents had diFpoed
of a largo both of endowment lands to a
corporation, banker or such like interest at
a ridiculously low figure, and that the title
to tho lands had been parked to innocent
purchaser?" innocent in the ey of tho law.
Some of the admirer of tho "peioual
libcrty -whisky -deiiioenitic-adininirtrntion-papen."
intimated that tlicy would like the
fni-U. Tho records are the place to find
facts and tho legislature is the tribunal to
look into them. Our information i that a
rnrj;e body of land, in fact all the lands re
maining to the endowment fund of the Stale
Normal school -it Kmpori.i had been sold,
in a body or lump, for three or four dollars
per acre. Now to the fellow who are so
glib in their demands, we say that His an
eay matter to ascertain whether the Kaglk
told the truth or not, and that it will be
timu enough to insinuate uflcr un culmina
tion or investigation shall haveshown wheth
er there was any foundatior for what we
tuid or not.
Wo think that the Kinsley Graphic i
mistaken when it sns that Puwic was a can
didate ncninst H. O.'Sluss for the house in
1872. Our recollection is that he was de
feated hy l.l. yi. M. .Murdoch, of tho Wich
ita Kaoi.k, for the ituto tennte that tear.
l'ayno was tho Democratic candidate
ugainst Plus for tho house in 1871, and also
ran for the senate in the fall of 1S71. for tho
district was then composed of tho twenty
six organized and utsoiganired counties of
the southet. Sluss was elected, but did
not claim hi seat because he held a com
mission as a federal officer, which disquali
St. John, it appears, is to be provided with
nnmunont omnlovmcnt in his chosen fi.'ld of
x , .
ndxocating the prohibition party movement.
Horace Wattrs, of New York city, U en
gaged in raising a fund by sub-cription for
the purpose of paynig St. John $5,000 per
vsar and his trending expenses in lecturing on
prohibition. The plan for 100 people to
contribute $100 each, making $10,000 in all,
fer this purpose, and seventeen liac already
The Art Amateur for December liurly out
done all previous issues of this admirable
magazine in the variety, prolusion and at
tractiveness of designs and instructions for
practical art work. Among these are a dozen
desi-nis for Christinas church and home dec
orat?on,thc samo number for eeWxstical
embroidery; fifteen for china paintmc.'-iu-cludinc
a superb double-page figure panel,
and the first of a new series of twelve desert
plates, a striking old door-panel deign lor
weod carving; a line design of oranges, lruiU
flowers and foliage, for response brass work;
2-...I. l'.iMii4nn i.Vtiim:ili-rv uilg!lS lot
c7,u4" P v i -I...:- V
picture mount, menu frame and cliair Dark,
rharming ideal female head; and another
nsee in eolor.of Ileuchcr's de.ightml cupiu.
But space fails to enumerate all the attraet-
ms of a magazine which iiuum- """";;
art can poseil'iv auoru i ou
iee 35 cents. SI nvwr. Montague Mrkf,
Wisher, 2S Union Square. iNcw "i ork.
To the Kdltor of the Daily Kacle.
Seeing an editorial in the Deacon of the
l"ith inst., entitled, "We have tied ourselves,"
Eaid article being the ideas of the oracle of
the l'eaeon on the tarill and free trade ques
tion, lie hoots at the Kepublicans for say
ing that the Democratic party will faor
free trade. Now one of the first points in
declaring the opinions of every Democratic
stale or county convention, is to endorse the
"time honored principles" of tho party.
Does the Beacon oracle know what tho-e
time honored principles are? I think not,
and I will tell him that one of them was
free trade. I being of Democratic descent.
in 164) painted banners lor tins same old i
party, with the mottoe, "free trade and TTT TIV . . rvT-,1VT
sailors' rights nl.,o," "Polk, Dalles, and down MULNIX & AJ-.DEJM,
with the tarill" of '42," and others of like ! . ,. r . . , .
meaning. They carried that election, and ' Auctioneers & CullltMSSIOll Jfathanls,
carried out their principles by pacing the
low tarill' of M(5, and tho result was that 31 1
of the iron works in Pennsylvania and Ohio
shut down, and many of them went to ruin.
Wages went down until a man could get
only .fifty, cents per day and
board himself in that country
and the young or old man that wanted a suit
of "store goods" clothing had to pay about
three limes as much as 1 can get like goods
for in Wichita. Wheat was about as low as
it is here to-day and cotton or woolen goods
from three to four times higher than they
are now. 1 bought a suit of broad-cloth in
lftlS that cost iiic when mede up. six witks
hard work at carriage painting. 1 could
get as good in Wichita to-day for about ono
week ' work, lint to come down to modem
Democratic principles, three-fourths of the
leaders of the party are in favor of putting
all raw material on the free list. Icad Iron
ore, zink. coal, wool, etc.
Now how would sucl. frco trade cflect our
minifr? With Mexico full of tho finest coal
lead vnd zinc, and I'oon labor that only
costs from eight and one-third to twehe and
one-half cents per du? Could our Kansas
lead and zinc mines coinpcto with such ill-
paid labor? I answer no, no sir! And tho
thousand of miners that dehe in the ground
for the zinc, lead, coal and iron would hate
to starve or go to producing the necessaries
of life and thus still farther glutting tho
farmers market ;.nd his best one
too, for it does not cost all it
is worth to sell it at homo
Instead of shipping it to Kuropo or Mexico
now raw materials on iho free list is onty a
stepping stone to carrying out their "time
honored principle" of fne trade, and it is
free trade with a cngeanco for it hits right
on the poorest paidjand hardest worked labor
in the country, and if you want to see tho
banners, "llloood or Bread," just pass such a
bill and in six months from that time they
will lloat from Maine to Florida, and from
tho Atlantic to tho Pacific Ono of the
greatest causes for tho present depression is
thai the zinc, lead and iron masters are
afraid to stock up and compete with thoso
that can get their stock mined with pauper
or peon labor, and as any one knows that all
such works lime to carry stocks months
ahead to be ready for all accidents and con
tingencies. You can see they have good
res-on for going slow, but to return to the
oracle, he has in fact adopted tho Republi
can tarill' principles and begs tho question,
for ho says the nation has apparently demon
strated that protection, although a heresy, is
a blesing and we could not possibly adopt
free tradeif both Republican and Democratc
parties were in favor of it. Hut I think h
has only git en us some wholesome doctrine
to cover un hi free trade proclivities. Now
tho time-honored Democrats were not afraid
to Haunt their free trade banners but the
modern Democrat puts it mild and soaps it
over so it w ill slip easy by calling it "for
P,e en ue Only," while the same old wolf is
watching at every corner to get in a few of
his best licks against labor in favor of capi
tol and to sink tho laborer down lower till
he is in tho condition they had tho black
man a few years since. And as tho men
who run the Democratic party have no new
ideas only their time-honored principles its a
guide, wo can only look at their precedents
and judge of what they would do if they get
a chance. Therefore, I say, Mr. Kditor,
please keep it before the people and feel that
you aro doing your duty to those that need
help. I know, although 1 am old and some
what infirm, that 1 can make a better living
at my trade now than I could under the old
Democratic "for revenue only free trade
tiin.t." Your-, Ou Vetervx.
AVlCIIlTADrC lGth, "S4.
T. W. COVERDALE.
First Arkansas Valley Bank,
i Xo. 33 JIAIX STREET,
The Oldest Banking Institution in the Aikansas Valley
ESTABLISHED IN 1870.
A Csmpleto Stock of Pine Lumber
STj" OlHcr and Yard on Market Irett, bttwttn
Doualct Avrnue and Firtl Street S -t,t
7th and 8th Additions
This 1b the most desirable residence property
Prices Low. TermB Easy.
Gram and Produce Commission
Clilciign market reports recelwil every fifteen
iiilimttrt from 3..W1 a. m. to 2:) r M Otllcc
un.ier Citizen, Hank, Wlchlts. Kansas. Dejl
i-r In prrsln ami pi.xince Invitnl to make in
omce llieir iiranqiinnrr. u-i-u
Capital aiifl Reserves; May 7, '84 - -
Bciinj the luvgest quulified imiemnilji iu depositors of ariy bank in the '
Does a Regular Banking Business in All Its Functions.
Loans Long-Time Foreigrn Money Largely Upon Satisfactory
Real Estate Security.
Wm.C. Woodman, Pres. Wm.S. Woodman, Cash. Win. C. Woodman, Jr., Asst. Cash.
OF WICHITA, ICA-2STSA.S
If. W. Cor. JIain St. it Douglas Ave. ,
JOHN CAKl'ENTEU, C. U. DAVIDSON,
r. E. STANLEY,
U. S. CATECi
.1. O. DAVJDSON.
The cajiltal rtoek of the hank la one titindretl thou-aml ilollars, sixty thousand dollars of which
neil Iiy snr Knelium Cftlltal!st and h!Ulnrn liaiika who reurcsent over tf n million dol-
. .- .. ......... .... -.. . .. ..
ia-s, ships me insiiiuuon a oackinse'inai 10 any banking notice in ine Mate
The bank Mill receliedeioslts. Itnv and cell
do a peneral lunklnj.r imineea. H e snail endeai to transact all Imslnees entrusted tons In a
f manner, anu uhju lerms, BHiisiaciury 10 our cu&iuiuers, anu toucil n snare 01
orelpn ami domestic exchange, make loans, and
the public -
.7. O. JMHO.WY, l'rmlilent.
S.t. IKiri'tSOX, c-Jr,.
.JOHX C. JiERST. Cathie,
C. 7i. DATinsoy, Strrnary.
J. O. Davidson, I'res. h. jJ Davidson. Vice-1'res. (J. L. Davidson, Sec'y.
The Davidson Loan Co.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $60,000.
Honey Always on Hand to Lean on Improved Farms and City Property
reu.r. vnin citizens hank, Nortinve-tj
Corner Main Street and Douglas Avenue, s
W. L. McBEE,
Sedgwick County Abstracter.
Abstracts nf title oompllrd on short notice.
Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance.
CJ- Itenre-ertln ifcren of the target com
(unit's iu the wjrld 93-tf
IB. "SI. EZRCWIDsr.
Dn pn Avenue. - Wichita 'Knaus
ROYAL OIL COMPANY,
C;r!.n, Lalriaiin:, linsctd scii tard 01s.
TURPENTINE AND GASOLINE.
Coal Oil and Gasoline delivered to all parts of
S2I Pouslas are. - - Wichita, Kansas.
Machine Shop !
XKAIt 1HO.V imiDOE.
It. McFARLAND, Propr.
Druggists and Grocers.
FIKSritLOCKTAVEST OK 1KEMONT HOUSE
SO .v. CJ Dousls Ave.. iihita Ka
Agents A.,T. & F. R. R. Lands
The oldest established real estate flrra In the
eltr. A larpc list or both city and country
ir6jcrty for sale at reasonable prices.
to Loant6 Per Cent
OUH INSUK-VNCE AGENCY.
Aetna, of Hartford .......9,192,f4
German .Vmerican, of New York 4.ft55,
Hartford, of Hartford 4,Wl,S4'i
Home, of New York 7,3,&5
In. Co. of North America, of Thlla.. O.CCl.aiS
Lly. A Ixind., A Globe, of Liverpool, S.ni.WO
rho-nit. of Hartford.. 4.tV,,M9
Undorwrlters. of New York S.fi'J.TW
The E"icltable life, of New York.... SO.ftM.noo
53-OlBceln Koys' block, npattlrs, over Bank
COK. POUGI-VS AND LAWKENCE AVS
J. A. STEDMASf
General Insurance Agent
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE li) DOUGLAS AVENUE
Over Itarnes Dnu; Store.
Larpst Apq ia tie Taiiey.
Bank of Commerce.
Personal, and Chattel Securities.
Time and Demand, at Interest.
Buys and sells exchange; makes collections; negotiates municipal bonds,
and transacts banking in all its branches.
Su. 17 Douglas Avenue.
SOL. II. KOH.V. President
A. W.OLIVKU, Vice-ITcsldent.
.A. WALKKIt, Ah'1 Cashier.
VICHLTA NATIONAL BANK,
ohgani.kh i.n ':i.
Paid-up Capital, - - - 8125,000
S. II KOIIN. A.W OLIVER, 31. W. LEVY, 3.T. TUTTL
N F. NIEOEKL.VNDEi:, . K. TUCKEIt, JOHN DAVIDSON.
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
Do a General Banking, Collecting dt Brokerage Business.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange bought and sold.
I'. S. Iionds, of all denominations, bought and sold.
1-tf Count, Township ami Municipal Bonds bought
ly cnren nigbtloess
rnaiorrnea , nrr
toos ilebility, and
all weaknew of the
BcfaraTakiafi. Price, one iickae,AftirTMC.
$l;lfor' br mail, free of Vtire. Sold
lir all dnicsu.4. Taniphlet Tree bt ertrr appli
cant Addrr all commnnlcatloa to the pro
prietor, the Murray Medicine Co.. Kansaauty,
Mo X3 M "ichlu, whola!c and re
tail br Aldrith A Riown
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT COMPETITION PRICES
COUTRACTOB Sc BUILDER
Plana, prriflcatlon A i:tlniatr FnrDlabed on Shert 7Ilce.
r3"South slile of IKisrl- tTenae, near bridge.
I'oUIire box AS, Wichita, Kn-a.
- s h J
Mtnoy tblt week
FLANNELS and BLANKETS
of Reduction ot
Fully 25 per cent.
An entire New Line ol
Consisting ot New Markets, Ruttlan Circular!, Dolmant
in all Colon and Material jutt received at
Eagle Buildiner (New No.). Ill Douglas Ave.
CLOSING OUT SALE
'- o .,
h Goods, Boots, Shoes, k
Hnlilesc Third and WlcilU rtreetn.
15 X T O 25
1 1 317 Douglas Avenue 317
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pstob and Ammunition
llcrtrat et rited oo resoAU Itna .
I A large, complete and elrant line of good
HKST-CL.VSS FITS GUARANTEFD.
IV! of rorfanen emplojed acJ tie inert
tr!Uh i;U in the cir tarcd out.
Tie dothes deaimg and repiri de
nartinent ii itiU If taini ind eijod. prompt
land tatufiictoTy wort sd prico are guar-
E. P. HOYET & CO,
Have decided on a change in thcirjbusiness,
and will on Monday, Dec. 1st, offer their
entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
At a great sacrifice, to close at once. This
will, prove a golden opportunity to purchase
good goods at less than eastern jobbing
prices. Please remember that
TfflS IS NO HUMBUG SALE
We mean just what we bay,and we positive
ly state that our entire stock will be sold at
prices that will interest all close cash buyers.
B. P. HOVBY & CO.
I offer for 20 days a fine tract of graz
ing lands in western Kansas on the line of
the Territory, in lots one mile on the Terri
tory line by two miles north and south, and
in quantities of 16oo to 2oooo acres. These
lands are offered at a special bargain for
the time specified.
N. F. NIEDERLANDER
We offer special inducements to pur
chasers of a few blocks suitable for sub
dividing in Perry's addition. The extension
of the street car line south on Topeka ave.
to Lincoln street, insures a rapid advance in
this property. It is offered in blocks of one
to five acres, and can be retailed at once
with fine profits. 2
N. F. NIEDERLANDER
I have the exclusive sale of lots in
this new and growing town. Ninety days
ago it was vacant land, now it is a busy
railroad town with all the facilities for
trade. Visitors will find my agent, Mr. O.
E. Martin, on the ground, or can obtain
full particulars and see plat at my ollicc
here. N. F. NIEDERLANDER.
ITS DONE! ITS DONE!
CLOSING OUT SALE
Our optical trade requires our cntiro nttentioii.tliercforc wo will coa nut
entire Mock of
JEWELRY. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND SILVERWARE,
Our goods arc find-clam, clean nrcl neat. r.ir(ie vrisiilnc
anything in the above lino for thririM'lvMt or preM-nt to friend,
will do wtill to call and examine our Mofkjof good-, V htll
mark them nt jricc to induce prudfrit imrer to dike Hlrnirmjie
of this sale.
YOST & BENSON,
22 MAIN ST.
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT COST! AT, COST!
JOHN KELLY'S LADIES FINE SHOES.
BAY STATE SHOE AND LEATHER C0S MENS, BOYS'
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S BUTTON AND LACE
IN KID, GOAT, CALF AND GRAIN SHOES.
THE GREATEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED I
Come and B&ve from 30 to 40 per cent. Wn nre aro Koinp
out of tho Shoo biiatncBii.
REMEMBER ! REMEMBER !
LDEN RULE STORE
Never Deals In Humbug, Brag, Blow or Taffy.
Our Stock of Boot and Shoou ntiit o. If not foSd,
muistghlp them, to anve freight wc -would rathtriuJl thm
at cost. Wo need tho room for Dry OootI and Curpt.
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
122 DOUGLAS AVE. NORTH SIDE. WICHITA. KANSAS.
DIAMONDS ! DIAMONDS !
Yoa trl find a 5b Iiw? of tlrfw beautiful zttrn si Try few
price t W. Kr: a!m mw rare n4dji -jcwmU Ii Jw
rlrj", l wiU Hobr, lVarl sad V.iwnUU, )!? thiX Uitirl tuU
all thmt dc)!t jo imffiuft; Clirifi gwAK
Vn haTif a rtroft li tot ;-t t.tl tjul'rf' QqUI
Wttdil t prkr tlat will a iin-m trtry tiaw.
WATCHES ! WATCHES !
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