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31. JWUKDOCICi I5KO., Proprietors,
ItEAL ESTATE THANSI'BKS.
Tho following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of register of deeds yes
terday: "W R Smith to J V llice, lots -5D, M, ..,.
55, Laura ave, AVolhnan's adu.......
G Hutching? toTA Pagley, beg 1 W
ft n of n w cor lot 40, Main .st, 1'itz
jrernlds add. n 1 f t, o 150 f t nJ ft, w
150 ft .' :-v:Vf.'"
S L i'rice to Win Caraegir, lot 14, L.rci
poria ave, English's add. . -
II W Morgan to S B Hopkins, lots lb.
20, jlain si, English's 0th add, . . .....
S II Fcrnson to J A Handy, lots 0, b,
Laura ave, Hyde's add -
G W Walter to East Douglas aye, land
company, lot 4, Grace ave, L.nglLShs
4th add y .:,: :iA
Chas Firebaugh to I Kellogg, lots , .3
40. 4'-', Allen ave. Tilford s second ad
dition : "
I Kellogg to W B Loom, undiv two
third interest lots :W, :. 40, 42, Allen
ave, Tilfonl'sSfl add ...
M E Mendenhall to A L Shoher,lots lb,
30, Ford's add - , --: ' '
A TA: S Fe It It Co to J C ilhs, se
T Tayloto 11 Farry, lot 25, Waco st,
Waterman's firt add. .......... -
John FMir to H. IL Butler, lots 12.50,
1232, 1234, 123G, s hf lot 1233, Wichita
st, Lewelleu's add
T Harding to M J Overall, s hf of so qr
and s hf of sv qr, 19-27-4 w. . . . . . ....
Win Mathewon to E G Ransom, lot .11
ni.m o,... Alnilipivson's 2nd acid
C II Horth to N A English, umhv . hf
intloLlOIt, Main st, GrcifTensiein s
i ..! 1,0
J F Poolev to C A North, lot 109 Main
st, Grciffeustein's 3d add.
Allen & Smith to J. B. Bleakmore,
lots41, 4."!, blR 2, Euclid avo
W Stewart to S W Shattuck no qr 1-
AT&SFto'sC Pierce, sv qr 1-25-3
H M Davis to a aoiomon, iuu -, , ,
8 10. 12, 14, 10, Second st Davis add
ATfrVRRCotoA P Willis, sw
qr 23-25-1 e
Cheap KxourMon Kates via. Frisco Line.
Commencing today, Saturday, September
IS, and continuing to September 20, inclusive
the Frisco Line will have op sale round trip
ticket-, to St. Louis at very low rates. Please
hear in mind that the Frisco is the only lino
from Wichita that runs double daily trains
to St. Louis without any change of any kind.
Pullman palace curs on trains leaving here
at 0:25 a. in. and elegant free reclining cha.r
cars on train-, leaving here at 'J:20 p. in.
duilv. Tor tickets and full information call
onW. 1). Murdo-k, Ticket Agent. Frisco
Line, 111 North Main street.
10.itf F. D. Russj::x, G. W. A.
Fine tailor-made clothing for man, youths
and boys . Manhattan Clothing 0 x 1 xh'
Sealed bids will be received by the board
of education for ten days from date for the
purchase of the brick school building on
North Lawrence avenue: also for the hot air
furnace, pipes aud brick, now in the second
and fourth ward school buildings, as the
board desires to sellt'ip same at once. Bids
may be left with the undersigned.
J. W. Wing aud,
Chm'n Com. on Buildings aud Grounds.
Wichita, Kan., Sept. 17. dl0tf
The best 5(5.03 working suit for men in the
city. Manhattan Clothing Co. num.
Everybody v ho wants a home should go
to IUyluv Bros. & C., 110 North Market
street. "They have lots that lvquiio no
money paid down if partis will build, with
in three blocks of the street car extension.
The streets all have board sidewalks now
Tho nobbiest lino of clothing for men,
youths, boys and children. Manhattan Cloth
ing Co. 105d
Knijjlits Templar !:xcurMun.
Persons desiring to attend the grand
Knigths Templar Triennial Conclave at St.
Louis, should remember that Wichita Coni
niandry go in a body over the Fort Scott
road, Others desiring to go can, commenc
ing Saturday morning, September ISth, get
round trip excursion tickets at my office, 100
Main street. Rates ai low as the lowest.
dl05-2t E. A. Smith,
Com'l Agt. Mo. Pac. Ky.
V hy l'aj- Kent.
Go to liayley Bros. & Co., 110 North Mar
ket street and get a home on easy terms.
For the Arkansas Valley Fair at Wichita.
Tho Fort Scot road will sell tickets Sep
tember 18th to 21th, limited to tho 25th, at
ono and one-half their regular rates, from
Eureka, Anthony and intermediate stations,
and all stations on tho Wichita & Colorado
railroad. C F. Rector,
d 105-tf Div. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
Come aud see our handsome lino of Jersey
suits for children, at tho '"Golden Eagle,''
Ono Price Clothiers. dl05-lt
Two hundred acres in Tennessee to trade
for farm or 'city property. Apply to Bay
lev Bros. Sr Co., 1 10 North Market street
Meltons, kerseys, chinchilla and cas-.imero
overcoats, in all shades and btyles, at the
"Golden Eagle," Ono Price Clothiers.
Take the Frisco Line
For tho St Louis exposition. Double daily
trains rnn solid to St. Louis aud the only line
that can oirer this unsurpassed service.
Pullman bleeping cars on trains leaving union
depot cveiy morning at S:25, and elegant
new reclining chair car.? on trains leaving
every evening at S:2). For tickets, etc., call
at Fris-o ticket olliec, ll'.l N. Main street, or
at union depot. 105tf
Elegant worsted pants, all wool, for ?:;.00,
at the "Golden Eagle," One Price Clothiers.
Homes Without Money.
Go to Baylor Bros., & Co., 110 North
Market street to get lots without money.
Tho lots must be built upon. Only a few
more left on these terms. Lots all staked,
streets graded, and board sidewalks laid on
ovcrv street dl05-0t
All the latest novelties in children's and
mens1 caps, for fall and winter wear, at the
"Golden Eagle," One Price Clothiers.
Ho for the ltoek Island additioa. Bayloy
Bros. & Co., 110 North Market street, are tho
only agents. The most easy terms are offered
iu any addition to the city of Wichita. The
streets are all graded; every lot is staked,
aud u board sidewalk is laid on every street
without cost to those who buy. dl05-0t
Our $10.00 all wool worsted suits, in blue,
black aud brown, frocks or sacksj still at the
-"Golden Eagle," Ono Price Clothiers.
Tho Frisco Line
Are selling very low round-trip tickets to
St Louis. This is tho only lino from Wich
ita that runs its trains solid into the Union
denot at St Louis, f or lull particulars can
at the Frisco ticket othee,
ll'.t North Main
45c buys you an all linen bosom white uu
laundried shirt, at the "Golden Eagle," Or.o
Children's suits $1.75. $2.50. ...00, for
school rar, at the -'Golden Eagle. One
Our stiff hats were all mado under special
order, and the very latest blocks and shades,
can bo secured at tho ''Golden Eagle, One
ThoJ' Eagle' steamboat willjleavehhe wharf
; the foot of Oak street at 7 o'clock every
To take a half interest iu a well established
dry goods and grocery business located in
one of the best towns in Su-nner county;
stock will invcice between five and six thou
sand dollars. Address dry goods, Eagleo
fice, Wichita. dlOMK
H. A. Harkins, of Colwich, ii in the
M. D. Garnson, of Ft. Wayne, Ind., was
among j-esterday's arrivals.
T. A. Brogan of Emporia, U numbered
among yesterday's arrivals.
W. P. Hackney of Winfield, was in tho
the city a few hours j-estcrday.
Mr. I. S. Robert of Mt. Hope, was circu
lating upon the streets yesterday.
C. S. Finch of Harper, was attending to
some business matters in the city 3-esterday.
Frank Glessiug, of the Wichita Pump
Co., went to Moline, 111., yesterday on busi
ness. R. J. Simpson of Anthony, arrived in
the citj- yesterday and will probably remain
Lieut. W. E. Aimey, U. S. A., accom
panied by his wife, Miss Sellers and Mr. W.
W. Whitney, are in the city the guest of the
Supt. Hill, of the Wichita & Western,
says the track of that line was to have
reached Saratoga, Pratt county,last evening,
and that within a few days tho service of the
road will be extended to that point. Thus
almost every day is Wichita's commercial
field widened and made more accessable.
Mr. Post, last Thursday evening, lost a
valuable diamond in his window, and made a
thorough search of his room for tho stone,
but failed to find it. Afterward an employe
was artracted by the sparkling of tho gem in
a pile of sweepings, and picking it up re
turned it to tho owner.
Tho Schubert Quartette are capable of
rendering a program as varied as it is pleas
ing. In addition to the Quartette's duets etc.
ona or two amusing so!o3 will be given in
costume. Tho singing of Mr. Battell the first
tenor, and Mrs. Faulk the suprano will be
special features of tho evening.
Rev. D. G. Hughoy, of Carthage, Mo., one
of the leading preachers and lecturers of the
country, arrived in the city last evening, the
guest of his old friend Rev. N. E. Harmon of
the Emporia Avenue M. E. church. Ho is
on his way to attend the dedication of the
new church at Saratoga, and it is expected
that upon his ieturntothe city ha will de
liver one or more lectures.
Dr. J. W. Heath, driller of artesian, oil
and gas wells writes us from North Clar
endor, Peun., that he will be in Wichita
about the 20th and would like to talk up a
natural gas well or oil well to our people.
All right doctor but it would have to bo a
big one to get ahead of some of the gas
factories and wind-bag concerns which wo
News was received in this city yesterday
of the death of Mr. Charles W. Smith, father
of our fellow citizens, Mr. Abe, C. W. and
Timothy. He died night before last at his
home in Castleton, New York, where the
three sons named had just arrived. Wo do
not know the age of the senior Smith de
ceased, but he muat have been of a ripe ago.
The sympathies of many friends is extended
to our bereaved friends here, as well as to
those who are absent paying tho last tribute
to the memory and ashes of a kind and lov
Owing to the siz of the town and great
difficulty in fueling people, hereafter all bills
not paid by the 5th of the mouth will be sent
bj' mail, and tho parties will be expected to
call in and settle same.
dl01-"t Uissantz & Matthews.
Les.?ou3 for l.idi&s aud gentlemen Tuesday
and Thursday evening at S o'clock; for ladies
and children, on Tuesday Thursday and Sat
urday afternoons at 4 o'clock. Scholars will
be received at an tim . Office at Shaw's
music store. dl01-ot
The O. C. Udall flour at Willicms & Nesi
ley gives univeisal satLslactiou. dl02tf
Hjdraulic l'res-i lirlck.
We have tho agency for tho above named
press brick and can luruish them on short no
tice to any contractor or builder. Tho best
brick in tho market for nice fronts of build
hiss. Call on Hacker & Jackson, corner of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 Wter
J L. Sheldon, from Topeka, will tune for
al who order per pg-tal card or leave orders
a Thos. Shaw's music store. Main st 23-tf
Mrs. Blackburn & Van Dorn, studio at 22'J
Douglas ave., will givo instructions in cameo
oil painting all hours in the day, Luster paint
ing Monday's, Kensington Tuesday's, china
Wednesday's. Araseno Thursday's, Friday,
ribbon work, Flowers aud moleska, Saturday
French decorating. Order work a specialty.
Call at our studio aud investigate. Agents
Notice to Carpenters anil IJuilders.
100,003 pounds sash weights from 4 1-2 lbs.
to 10 lbs. at Sl.To, at Globe Iron Works.
Every lady and pent in Wichita to know
that J. T. "Holmes has the finest Berlin coach
and team in the city, especially adapted for
ladies calling. It is supplied with bell, speak
ing tube, card case, hand mirror, etc., in
fact everything that goes to make up a first
class carriage. Telephone; Ofiice No. 115
South Main street; residence 50; South Water
street. d-107-tf J. T. Holmes.
Choice r&idencc lots in Hinton's addition.
Large fruit aud shade trees. Only three
blocks from Douglas avenue. One and a half
blocks from the Third ward school house.
For sale cheap, one-third cash, balance on
time at S per cent, interest. Apply soon as
they will not be long on tho market. P. V
Dr. C. C. Furley.
Contintues in tho regular practice of medicino
Office in Furley building, opposite tho Man
hattan. Residence, 1014 North Lawrenco avenue.
Telephone No. 116. d52-eod-2m
I have returned from my trip to Minnesota,
and am ready to resumo my business.
101-tit R. Matthews.
hack or livery.
orders to Freeman for
Owing to the protracted illness of A. A.
Hyde he has employed H. J. Harding to look
after the interests bf Mcrriman Park. He
will be found at Mr. Hyde's desk in Hydes &
Humble's stationery store. Parties who have
been waiting for the past month to select
their lots in this most delightful part of Col
lege Hill can now call on Mr. Harding.
Try the O. C. Udall fiour at
A good card cutter in first-class
Will sell cheap. Enquire at this oflict:
Druggists' liquor statements can be pro
cured at this ouice at $1 per thousand, post
age extra. 19d-tf
Mrs. Blackburn & Van Dorn, of Detroit,
Mich., are pleased to announce to the public
that thov have opened an art studio at 223
Douglas" ave., Thero instructions will be
given every hour in the day by competent
teachers. "Also keep on hand a full stock of
artist's material. We solicit your patronage.
See premium of William & Nossley for the
best loaf of bread made from the popular O.
C. Udall Hour. dl02tf
Twenty acres of choice land on College
Hill for sale. SeeA.L. Austin at Ws resi
dence on Central avenuo. lOo-tt
A chance for a bargain in a fine twenty
acre tract of land on College HilL Call on
A. L. Austin who is going to California. llfcU
I have in my possession two horses sup
posed to be stolen, described as follows:
One sorrel horse 15 1-2 hands high,oranded
2R, on left shoulder. One brown or black
horse, about 1 or 9 years old, 15 bands high,
white strip in face, a very little white on one
hind foot. Both good -work horses.
The above described horses were taken
from two men that are now in jail for horse
stealing, and I think they belong about
Wichita. Inquire at this olhce. dl02-t
Parties wishing to procure fresn Knoulaucn
wurst call at 321, East Douglass meat mar
kpt. dlOl-Gt S. b. H.
Will sell milk at 4 cents per quart at the
milk depot 307 East Douglas avenue. d5S-tf
Pnrfcifis contemnlatinc attending the va
rious excursions will do well to call at tho
Wichita Trunk Fa"tory, No. 1 25 West Doug
las avenue, and provide themselves with a
substantial trunk, valise, satchel or hand
For your traveling equipments call at the
Wichita Trunk Factory, No. 125 West Doug
las avenue, and you can procure anything
you need at very reasonable price. d39-lm
In Norwich, tho young railroad 'center
choice business lots from ono hundred and
thirty dollars upwards. 'TeVms, half down,
balance on time.
Two railroads already there, a third pro
jected. Great demand for buildings.
X or particulars can. upon, or wnuj iu
Norwich Hotel, Norwich.
Boys, if you want the best velocipede over
made, come and seo us. We have lots of
them, and cheap, at The Fair. dl01-5t
Kcdaced Excursion Kates. -The
St. Louis, Fort Scott and Wichita in
connection with tho Missouri Pacific railway
will sell round trip excursion tickets as fol
lows: To Kansas City Sept, i:th to ISth, at $0.35
with 50 cents additional for admission ticket
lo fair grounds. The Fort Scott train for
Kaucas City leaves Wichita 8:00 p. m. Three
hours later than tho Santa Fe tram and ar
rives at Kansas City 0:15 a. m. Making tho
run two hours and forty minutes quicker
than the Santa Fe. Has an elegant through
free reclining chair car, also Pullman sleeper.
To Knights Templar triennial conclave at
St. Louis September 18th to 20th at rates as
low as the lowest. Iu this connection it
should be remembered that tho Wichita com-
mandry Knights Templar have contracted to
n-o in a bodv to St. Louis over tho Fort
Scott and Missouri Pacific roads. Join tho
nroeession and ero with tho Knights.
To St. Louis fair, October 2nd to 8th, at
ono fare for the round trip.
To Quaker meeting at Plainfield, Indiana.
Tickets will be sold to Plainfield, Danvillo or J
Indianapolis, Indiana, Sent. Oth, ith, lOtui
and 11th at $21.00.
To Quaker meeting at Richmond, Indiana,
September 10th, 11th, 17th and 18th 23.00.
For tickets and other infprmation apply, to
JSAsmitn, commercial agent, iiw.aj.ain sweet,
or at depot office, irst ana w lcnua streets.
C. P. Hector, D. F. & P. Agent, dOO-tf
Madame Sartelle from Kansas City, has
located at No. 118 West Douglas avenuo,
room 17. Tho Madamo is a mind reader, re
vealiug the past and future. Sho invites all
to call and seo her. dlQO-ot
Kansas City Inter-State Fair.
Tho Fort Scott road will sell round trip
tickets to Inter-Slato Fair at Kansas City,
September loth to 18th, tickets good to re
turn until September twin, as one iaro tor
round trip. Elegaut reclining chair cars
free, and Pullman Sleeper, leaving AVichita
at 8 p. m. arriving at Kansas City 0:10 a. m.
without change of cars. Train returning
leaving Kansas City 0:20 p. in. arriving iu
Wichita 8:15 a. m. Tickets on sale at 100
Main street aud depot at Second aud Wichi
ta streets. d93-tf
Fort Scott Kallroad.
On Sept. 10th and 11th, tho Fort Scott
railroad will sell round trip tickets to In
dianapolis at rato of $21.00. And on Sept.
10th, 11th, 17th and ISth to Richmond, Ind.,
at $2-5.00. Elegant reclining chair cars
through to Kansas City and St. Louis with
out change. Elegant Pullman sleeper on
evening train to Kansas City. . Choice of
lines from Kansas City aud St. Louis aud
close connections made with all trains.
Tickets ou sale and information regarding
routes and accommodations cheerfully given
at citv ticket office. 109 Main street, and
deiwt ticket ofiice, Second and Wichita
Dr. Dean's dental rooms will bo closed un
til the second week in October. Gone on a
trip east. dl03-3t
Money to Loan at Sight.
I can close a good city loan at lowest rates
in three hours any day in tho week. S. W.
Cooper, 137 Main street d-SO-tf
Proposals for Music.
Proposals will be received by tho
is Valley Agricultural society froi
sas Valley Agricultural society irora uross
bands to furnish music durinc four days of
our fair. Sent. 21. 22. 23 and 21. Address.
proposals to the undersigned up to 1 o'clock
J, p. m. sept, li, iw50. x. a. jJinuiiEL,,
There is a great run on
liam & Nesscv's.
O. C. at Wil
dl02tf To the Public.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs. Winch
has purchased the entire Turkish bath rooms
formerly operated by Dr. J. D. Purdy and it
will still continue at tho same place, oil West
Douglas avenue. Special attention given to
Diamonds. Lowest prices, at Hall's jewel
ry store, 12o North Mam street. dl02-12t
Gents' and ladies' watches at Hall's jewelry
store, 120 North Main street. dl02-12t
Silver and plated ware, lowest prices, at
Hall's jewelry store, 120 North Main street.
Thegenuino 1S47 Rogers Bros.' knives,
forks and spoons, at Hall's jewelry store, 120
North Main street. dl02-12t
i & Nesslv offer a special premium
ldred pounds of flour, "O. C."
of two hundred
brand, Udall Mills (valued at ?G,) for the best
lnnf of hrp-id mndfi from this brand. '100
West Douglas avenue. dlfO-tf
N THE CITY,
87 Dozen Laundried White Shirts with
Reinforced Bosoms and
Bands will be Sold at 35 Cents Each.
S. Goldstein & Go's
422 Douglas Ave.
2 K&uWbI O
OB ON THE M
And Soon to Arrive.
WAIT FOE THEM.
-:-Dress Goods Direet from Paris-:-
-:-0pera Goods Direet fromBerlm-:-
Ladies Wraps Direet from Paris
And Much the Largest Line of
American --::- Novelties
In Dress Goods Ever Offered by
We have searched the markets for
NEW -:-:- PATTEKNS
In Carpets and Curtains.
Brussels Point Curtains, Silk
Curtains, and all the new
Novelties in Curtains.
C A R
New Effects That
No pains have been spared by
NEW YOEK STOEE,
M. KOHN & CO..
Priees TeiUnd People Tell the Priees.
Bio- pricesvill not do in these times when even the wealthy cannot afford to waste
money and the poor require double duty of every dollar and every penny, hence
we throw out to the people of Wichita and Sedgwick county the following goods
TPnii ci-7o whitP -Rip.TiTret at. 1.23.
arylattpre the advance m
oaj. v wj. &J'aj wiwifci.wwkj vm-iiw
we cannot store them alL Our
AginTinteYdtolek Our Flannel Stock has been selected
We have every grade of plain and tolled, scarlet. white, blue gtSytoptachQ&lsrolcen plaids, decided checks at
to auote prices, hut will assure you TO LOOK IS TO Birr. An extra weigianc cannot be matched Tor
onr -tfoTfl TOnnnl it. if trnn oan
less than 40c,
Cantons! .- Cantons! .- Cantons!
, i,, itt rvrrR -rttvtp-r. and we know our figures cannot be equaled. We start that line at 5c per yard
BreaS?toSSSttSo:,yi8 S53g5& a& SESSSSa cheap by ourtompetltors at an aUrance of 25 pc-r eu
-- CLOAKS .- AND -. WRAPS -:-
ThJ deorrtment shau be a spaola! feamrein pur sre tto
"Lr-?,X-&A Anaiimnl black diagonal JNewmanceu oo
This department "we have opened
oia, tne young. "SiESti CS?ff 2r
CurosoandBraziliankid. we offer
TTrp - rrtainlv headauarters and can show more styles, and
Camels' hair 'Scotch, thatwlU please tine eye in WyT2reBooxn.butilme
WALLENSTEIN & COHN,
Are Very Nobby.
us in securing Latest Styles in
Department., ' "
at prices never before offered by
1.93. 2.59 and 2.69. An extra size
You ask, ow c
..-0 - - -
never te snown again
we place before you at 29c
for ie33 man 3'JC. uur iuii u uuuoc xu.j.
spaifcryoweeKsanu wjuBive" 0ur na turned Ladle 1
rrftn-anH ravorns witu a- u, iul ik uxxjuj uuauuuj u. - : 7- r . uet,r. -,.,.,
at ii73 nrice everywhere S3.59. We cannot name all our bargai
at Pgceery wat comparison and defy competition.
Gents' and '"Misses' Underwear.
. ,.1 ori ioMOr or.riritbn anv house in the west. Strictly ail w
awaits your careful examine
Sirt SiaXiv eSGSerate all thelines and prices In
COME TO THE
,,P voiTrotc: v-PivPtpn'Pln.qhpSitta.Ilibbons.Hosierj. Table Linens, Crasli, Towebi. Napkins.
vlJ &u J "
My Fall Stock being now in I am prepared to show an excel
lent assortment at prices unequaled in the city.
CLOAKS AND WRAPS
- In Ladies Misses' and Childrens' Sizes.
H siery and Undbrwear
In ladies' Gents' and Childrens' Sizes.
CORSETS ! -:- CORSETS !
The largest assortment in the city. 40 different styles.
Gents' Wear ! -:- Gents' Wear !
A Complete Line.
I make a specialty of all the alxve goods as I keep no dress goods
whatever, therefore devote my whole attention to
everything in the fancy line.
Of 60 Dozen Beal Irish Point Lace Collars only 13c, cheap at 50c.
109 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Of cases of New Clothing, Hats and Fur
nishings every day in the week. We
bargains in odd suits and boys and children's
clothing. Come and see us.
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
N. B. Received twelve cases of Stylish Stiff Hats at $1 each
Regular price everywhere double that amount.
SiTIO R E
concern in tne state 01 ivansas
. . .. ., i ij- -, ., t -
strictly auwooi, wme, V"1X VfmmiW inn .hmu- A
wntju uut iuo 13 uwocu.
your neighbor what he or she thinks of that price.
luuuei, iuuS,uuiuSUuici. .""?
larger qualities than any house : ,
AND .- S-fcLOHiW -:-
Door to Wichita National Bank.
.ii - ,i - iVJoritrt c novnr finfnrrt ntTirHl ' 1
PnmfArto (inri frn tllPV tTI!lt.. iUl
matter what, the prico wilitra proportionally, an j
"rrr JrrAfW-T -rtr,r,rrJnnarJv. tut 3
shoe the g
Strictly ail wool scar-
asm luuuuc u. "vj " viw
Ladies sear Merino cashmere,'
and space will not permit
Douglas Avenue. Next