gfce icMta gailij gngle T Sarottutr S3&anitt0, jejetat: 19, 1886.
31.51. "tlMMlOCK A ISKOm 5:oi-rr
KEAIi K5TATK TKANSFKK.S.
Tho following aro ti3rsal estate transfer,
recorded in the ollice of roisSwr of tlcti l j-cs-terday:
I Simpson to O L Leonard, lots ltw. 107,
1G9, blk 10, Onn& 1'hiliips' add 1125
I S Ma(!i"vs to J fi Grieves, lot 171.
17::. 175, bl): 10, Orme & Phillips
"M JJ Ilerggmau to AV H MeBraycr, lot
.'JJ, Locust st, Park PJaca add..
JFDCaseytoA AV Bell, lots 5S, GO,
Fourth avc, EnjclLsh's 1st add
B Criswjll to J V D Casey, lots r,3, GO,
Fourth avc, English's lbt add
It A Auuerson to Goe UoiL.:, n hf of
no q KJ-20-le
J 2,1 Bolcus to C A Itudd, !o'u5 IS. ;:u,
A E Sholier to J M Rollins, hits IS, 120,
Mr Carver to P. .loilar, lot IV,, 15, 17,
1!). AVMiita st. Waterman's add...-15,0G0
TV H. Yozel to S I Sofcr iv y, of fol
lowing an surplus excess laud in fol
lowing district commcuciug at n o
cor of Sherman's ave and ikl .st iu
Waterman's 2d addition, thence e 15(i
ft w JftO,ic s 00.) tt 20
AV. K. Yozol to S J Loper, lots 50, 52,
Sherman ave "Waterman's add o,(i00
S F Sheldon to L 12 Addison lot 1010,
1012. 1014, 1010, Lowellen avc Grifiin
stein'sSth add lfl.OOO
w xitfiiuior to j is llerndor, lot 1 sec
tion S, lot 10, 11, and n Z 5. 20, I w
Hnffield town compnnv. to C Newton 5.
K of s y of n w yi 13, 2G, 2 v.-.
A io,f.. ro .1 Uotsatiall, lots 7, S.
blk B, Taylors add
Ilauielu own Co to HA lliu!rins,u hi!
of a hf of mv qr, lb", 2-'!, 2v 1
A It Sturnburg to 15 Sherwood, lot 27,
Waco st, Shcrwoods add 10oJ
T E Phillips to C W McCoy, lots G(, OS.
Mk 2, Orme & Phillip's aid 100
T HutcbuKon to AV Brown, lots 01, (.'J,
Lawrence ave, Ure-ifiiiHtine add -J500
Friends meeting at Zirsc ward school hous3
in west room up stairs. Sabbath school at
9:45. Electing for worship at 1 1 o'clock. A
cordial invitation to the public.
First Baptist Tho pastor, Rev. AA". F.
Ilarjer, will preach at 11 a. in. Sunday
school at 2;:0 p. m. Col. Hogeland, tho
friend of the negljet-l boys of the htreet,
will sjHsik at the clo-e of Sunday school. At
i :30 p. in. the lauies of the lissiou society
will hold a harvmt home service. All cor
dially invited to the-o 'r ices.
North Baptist Rev. J. C. AVarriii.T will
preach today rt 1 1 a. m. and l-'-li) p. m. in
the st'Jnol lious. on North Lawreucu a'.vinu.
St. John's Episcopal Sunday school at
9:30 a. in. iloraing prayer and sermon by
tho rector, on "Books," at 11 a. in. Alto
solo, by llrs. Bell, and quartette offertory.
F,rnii)rr trnvf and sermon by the rector on,
How to get "Work," at 8 p. m. Olfertory
sopiuno noio by i&iss Eal. in this day when
so many ai-e oat of work, and no ono Imows
when he majT bo out of work, all should hear
the rector's eveniiig sejnion.
Emporia Avc. 11. 12. Corner ?.Iorris street
audEmjoria ave. Sunday school at 9:30 n.
m. Preaching by Itov. N." E. Harmon, the
pastor, at 10:3) a. in. and 7:30 -p. m. Class
meeting following tho morning sermon. Sub
ject for tho morning diseoui-se, "Conver
sion." Evening discour-. "The Agony of
Christ." A cordial invitation is extended to
Evangelical Lutheran Servi-es at. opera
hoiLse at 10::J0 a. in.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.
m.; services at Greenwich, 2:30 p. m.'
l'l'inouth Congregational Corner of Sec
ond and Lawrcnco avenues; J. II. Famer,
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7.30 p. in.
Sunday school at 9:30.
Olivo Congregational Rev. J. E. Plait,
Sunday school secretary, will preach in tho
Fn"'"i" "id at ihc Maj'ilower Cougrcga
Monal in tho evening.
x-i-uhoyuji iau oumlay school at 9:30 a. ni.
Prcacliing by tho pastor at 11 a. m. Session
meets at 10:15 for tho reception of members.
Young people's meeting at 0:30 p. m. At 7:30
Col. Alex. Hogeland will hold a meeting in
tho interest of tho neglected youth of the
country. This will be a union service, and
all are invited. Tho lecture of Col. Hoge
land will be illustrate! by pictures of street
scenes taken from real life among the jioor
boys of our large cities.
Fir.-t 31. E. church on Lawrnnco avenue,
Rev. T. S. Hodgson pastor. Preaching at
JU:oO a. m. and 7:.J0 p. ra. Class meeting
9 a. m., B. D. Allen leader. Sunday school
2:30 p. in., AV. E. Stanloy superintendent.
Young people's meeting 0:30 p. m. All are
Christian church corner of Second and
Market streets. Preaching at 11 a. m., and
8 p. m., by Elder Hendryx. Sunday school
ai 9:30 a. in. Childreus Mission Band will
meet at 4:30 p. ni. Seats free, strangers
especially welcome to all services. Prayer
meeting "Thursday eveniug.
Christian church corner Lincoln and
Lawrence streets. Prcacliing at S p. m. by
Elder Payne. Sunday school at 3 p. in.
Prayer meeting AArednesday ovening.
Two boot blacks on Douglas evenue after a
protracted effort finally got up a pretty good
little scrapping match and nttracted quite a
crowd. Tom 3IcNamara came along and
taking a whip from the hand of a hack
driver applied it to tho shoulders of tha com
batants and broke up the meeting.
JJny No Tickets
This morning for tho St. Louis Exposition
until you have first consulted tho agent of
thj Frisco line, at 119 North Maiu street.
Take tlic Frisco L.ine
For tho St. Louis Exposition. Double daily
trains run solid to St. Louis, and tho ouly
lino that can ofler this unsurpassod service.
Pullman sleeping cars on trains leaving
union depot every morning at 9:25, and elo
gant free reclining chair care on trains leav
ing every evening at 9:20. For tickets tc.,
call at Frisco ticket office 119 N. Maiu st.. or
at union depot.
Chair cars on trains leaving here at 9:30 p.
in. daily. For tickcki tad full information
call oa W. D. Iturdock, ticket Frisco
line, 119 N. Main st., or th uudersirned.
F. D. Russell, G. AV. A.,
dl03-ti 327 Douglas avo.
If yoa wish to see a lino and largo lino of
baby cab, doll cabs, children's swings and
toy. of all kiads, boy's iron "and wooden
wagots, Tclocipsics etc., cll at Ths Fair,
147 Main Etreet. dl0C-3t
W bATg th fhnci ad 1gMt liao of fine
frames, moldings, mattixgs and pictures,
and lowest prices of any on ia tke city.
Com and nee ue tiia waafe. Fo trouble to
Show goods. The Fair, 147 Main afreet.
, ffggfr i tstf i toafci tfegir friendt
la fee csort cjaoaa wyk. pcadbjs akoold take
tkaat U the Idomli, M Uma mm. Tho
maala acrrad at this abUaJMat txc aiwayi
uxxt-ciaai, ead aka arraaeaoama: for giviag
prlraio Buppee, lanchei, ate. are poeitlrdy
squalled ia the city. dlOG-3
Lot of children's and taiawj' kaai to ba r
eairal Monday at Ktufmaa ft Koer'f, witk
Larimer & Stiiuou. Plaaw call aad exam
Wa dsire to inform our patrons and the
Kral public that Mr. K. C. 8attoa is no
w in tha employ of tha Schuyler Hectric
dw. J. WELaa.
Supt. 8. K. L. Co.
Strayed or stolon, ons bay gelding about
15X hadi high, 5 years old, black mane,
tail and lega. The abora either straved or
was stolem from my barn on Central avenue
on Saturday night the ISth inst. A liberal
reward will be paid for the return of the
nine. Wa M. Simms, 110 Main st. dl06-tt
"oil of flm 'ITnir" nnrt om tiir ncanrTnrt:
of Library Lamps and at prices way dow n.
Th;e coods will lie sold cheap. No. '47
Cheap KscursJori l( : e-s via. rrisco Ur.c.
Commencing today, Satr.nvlay, September
l , a.i contmuinar t Sonteinber:w. ta-iusivo
the Frico Lino Will have on sale round trip
.i :,''..;.;.- Lruii!f, very low a:es. Please
bear in mind that tho IYieo iz i" only line
from AVichita that runs double daily trains
to St. Louis without any change of any kind.
Pullman palace cars oil 1 rains leaving here
at 9:25 a. in. and elegant fice rcjliniuc; cluur
cars ou -train. l.-aiu;j hero at 0:20 p. m.
dailv. For t.eln-i.- a;ta lull information call
onAf. D. Uurdoc":. Ticket Agent. Frisco
Line, 111) North ilnin streer.
105-tf F. D. llussurj., G. AA . A.
Fine tailor-made clothing for men. youths
anl boys. Mauhattan Clothing Co. 105d'
Scaled bids will be received by the board
of education for ten dav.s from date for tho
purchase of the brick school building on
North Lawrence avenue; also for the hot'air
furnaces, pipes and brick, now in the second
and fourth ward school buildings, as the
l.n.-ird desires to sell the same at once. Bids
may bo left with the undersigned.
J. AA. Win-gaud.
Chm'n Com. on Buildings and Grounds.
AVichita, Kan., Sept. 17. dl05-tf
The best 0.00 working suit for men in the
city. Manhattan Clothing Co. loouo
'""Everybody who wants a home should go
to Bavlef Bros. & Co., 110 North Market
street." They have lots that require no
money paid down if parties will build, with
in three blocks of the street car extension.
The streets all have board sidewalks now
The nobbiest line of clothing for men,
youths, boys and children. Manhattan Cloth
ing Co. 105d0
Knights Tcinplar excursion.
Persons desiring to attend the grand
Knigths Templar Triennial Conclave at St.
Louis, should remember that AVichita Com
mandrv 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 ofiice, 109
Main street. Itites as low as the lowest.
d!05-2t E. A. Smith,
Com'l Agt. Mo. Pac. Ry.
Why Pay Kent.
Go to Baylcy Bros. & Co., 110 North Mar
ket street and get a home on easy terms.
- Two hundred acres in Tennessee to trade
for farm or city property. Apply to Bay
ley Bros. & Co., 1 10 North Market street.
Take tac Frisco Line
For the St. Louis exposition. Double daily
trains inn solid to St." Louis and tho only lino
that can offer this unsurpassed service.
Pullman sleeping cars on trains leaving union
depot over morning at 9:25, and elegant
new reclining chair cars on trains leaving
every evening at 9:20. For tickets, etc., call
at Frisco ticket olhce, 119 N. Main street, or
at union depot. lOotf
IIcuio "YVllIioui Money.
Go to Bayley Bros., & Co., 110 North
Market street to get lots without money.
Tlia lots must bo buiit upon. Only a few
more left on thcr-c terms. Lots all staked,
streets graded, and board sidewalks laid on
cverv street. dl05-Gt
The Best choe.3 for the least moncv a;
t J. Braitsch's 1 20 o Douglas. dlOG-Gt.
Give mo a call during tho fair and cxam
in my stock of boote and shoes,
d 100-Cfc J. BaAiTSCU, 120 o Douglas.
A cordial invitation is extended to every
body to visit our dry goods headquarters, 132
Maiu street, where will bo on exhibition the
handsomest display of Jadies', misses' and
children's wraps, bhawls, dress goods, trim
mings, blanket", Uanuels, yarns, etc., to be
seen in tho city. Lauimch & Stinsox.
Tho larjrcst stock of boots and shoes west
of Kansas City, is at J. Braitsch's, 120 East
Douglas avo. uiuo-ut
Big bargains in pawned watches at Post's
the Pawnbroker. dlOG-Gt
Try and solve the puzzle and get tho $5.00
shoes from J. Braitsch's. 120 East Douglas.
In willow ware we have a splendid assort
merit of round and square hampers of differ
ent sizes, round and square work and waste
baskets, different sir.es of birch bark baskets
for waste and scraps, aud also for parasols
and umbrellas, etc. Call at 147 Main and cee
The Fair. 10G-3t
Two second-hand sewing machines for salo
cheap at Post's tho Pawnbroker.
Ladies, we have a eplendid lino of all kinds
of art gooda canvas, stretchers, sketching
stools, easels, mall sticks and everything per
taining to their line. Come in and we'll take
pleasure in showing you through The Fail-,
147 Main. 106-3t
Customers and friends Como and leave
your iKiclaigos and bundles with us while at
the fair this week and wo will be glad to care
for them for you. Plenty of room and will
give you chocks for same. Come and make
3rourtclf at homo nnd rest. 147 Main street.
"The Fair." 10G-GL
Post the Pawnbroker has bought a largo
lot of jewelry out of a New York bankrupt
stock and has just put them on salo at fiffcy
ceuts on the dollar. This is a rare chauco to
get any land of good jewelry at half price.
Ladies buy your husbands a pair of those
fins embroidered velvet slippers only S5 cents
at the City Shoo Store, 150 N. Main street.
AVooDwoimi & Stearxs.
AVe sell an all solid gont button shoe
worked button hole for $1.50 per pair, every
pair warranted. City Shoe Store, 150 North
Ladies wo will sell you our 75 cent kid
opera slippers for 50 cants and our ?1 opera
slippers for 75 cents to close out our large
stock on hand. City Shoe Store, 150 North
Main street. dlOG-lt
A first-class type writer for sale cheap at
Poet's tho Pawnbroker.
Ladies' Fido lace fine shoes at tho City Shoo
store. AVoodworth & Stearns, 150 N Main
Ladies' spring heel shoes all sizes and cheap
at the City Shoo store, 150 N Main st.
AVhen you fail to And what you want in
the ehoe line elsewhere, corns to the City
Shod store: we have it. Wood worth &
Gnts, be sure and sec our line of fine shoes
at (2 per pair in button, congress and lace,
and eTery pair warranted. City ShooBtorc,
Woodworti & Btearna.
Tfce real estate firm af Snrrely & "Wilhite
have ajHwlTed by mutual oeeuwnt. Mr. E.
W. "Wilaito will continue basiaas at tioa old
stand, and ierote his attention to the hand
ling of real estate, loaoa, etc
The above appeared in the Daily Brecon of
the 10th imrt. By ite publication many aro
led to believe that I hare gone out at bust
ness. Not ea. I am stall at the old stand 114
Maia street A proper diwnlutiom notice
will be published when all debts doe me and
due from the firm to others, and our yearly
leaae bctwaea Saircly & Wilhito with Jed
Harrington for the froat rooms of the Her
ringtoa building aro all properly adjusted. I
am aow doing business for myself, and Mr.
Wilhite for himself. All former patrens will
find me as strict and attentive to business as
ever. I have charge of tho books and all
former flnnnrial transactions aro well known
to me. All matters pertaining to any snch
will be answered by mo promptly, aad re
member you will always find "the Restless
and sleepless" member of the old firm on
deck and doing business for himself.
dlCG-lt J. R. Sxtvklt.
Mrs. Blackburn & Van Dorn, studio at 223
Douglas ave., will give instructions in cameo
oil painting all hours in tho day, Luster paint
ing Monday's, Kensington Tuesday's, china
AVednesday's, Arasene Thursday's, Friday,
ribbon work, Flowers and moleska, Saturday
French decorating. Order work a specialty.
Call nt our studio and investigate. Agents
IIo for tin Itoek Island addition. DayLn'
Bro'. & Co., 115 Zs'orth llarket street, are the
only agents. Tlv mo-:t eay terms aro ofTerwl
in iiuv addilio-i to the ciry of AVichita. The
streets are ::Il pralnti: evory lot l., staked,
and a boat u I -rmlk i laid on every r.treet
without cot u those who buy. dl05-Sf
Till' j-isru Xihic
Aro selling ".';
St. lull's. 'list
ita that run:. ,u. :.
dfcisot a' fit. Loui
'.-w round-trip tickers to
he only line from AA'ka-
Jns sofid into the Union
For full particulars call
at the Frisco ticket ollice,
I'or the Arkansas Valley Tair at "Wlclilta.
Ihe Fort Scot road will sell tickets Sep
tember Jth to 24th, limited to tho 25th, at
one and one-half their regular rates, from
Eureka, Anthony and intermediate stations,
and all stations on the AVichita & Colorado
railroad. C. P. Rectok.
d 105-tf Biv. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
Twenty acres of choice land on College
Hill for sale. See A. L. Austin at his resi
dence on Central avenue. 103-tf
A chance for a bargain in a fine twenty
acre tract of land on College Hill. Call on
A. L. Austin ho is going to California. 103tf
Parties wishing to procure fresh Knoblauch
wurst call at 321, East Douglass meat mar
ket. dlOl-Gt S. S. H.
AVill sell milk at 4 cents per quart at the
milk depot 307 East Douglas avenue. d5S-tf
Parties contemplating attending tho va
rious excursions will do well to call at tho
AA'ichita Trunk Factory, No. 1 25 AVest Doug
las avenue, and provide themselves with a
substantial trunk, valise, satchel or hand
For your traveling equipments call at tho
AA'ichita Trunk Factory, No. 125 AVest Dong
las avenue, and you can procure anything
3'ou need at very reasonable price. d99-lni
In Norwich, tho young railroad center
choice business lots from ono hundred and
thirty dollars upwards. Terms, half down,
balance on time.
Two railroads already there, a third pro
jected. Great demand for buildings.
For particulars call upon, or write to
F. AV. Hawkes.
d97-12t Norwich Hotel, Norwich.
Itcdaccd Excursion Kates.
The St. Louis, Fort Scott aud AVichita ia
connection with tho Missouri Pacific railway
will sell round trip excursion tickets as fol
lows: To Kansas City Sept, 13th to ISth, nt $0.35.
with 50 cents additional for admission ticket
to fair grounds. The Fort Scott train for
Kancas City leaves AVichita 8:00 p. ni. Throe
hours later than the Santa Fe train and ar
rives at Kansas City 0:15 a. m. Making tho
run two hours uud forty minutes quicker
than the Sauta.Fe. Has an elegant through
free reclining chair car, also Pullman sleeper.
To Knights Templar triennial conclave at
St. Louis September ISth to 20th at rates as
low as tho lowest. In this connection it
should be rememlcredthat tho AVichita com
maudry Knights Templar have contracted to
go in a body to St. Louis over tho Fort
Scott and Missouri Pacific roads. Join the
procession and go with tho Knights.
To St. Louis fair, October 2nd to Sth, at
one fare for the round trip.
To Quaker mectimr at Plainfield, Indiana.
Tickets will be sold to Plainfield. Danville or
Indianapolis. Indiana, Sept Gth, 7th, 10th
and 11th at $21.00.
To Quaker meeting at Richmond, Indiana,
September 10th. 11th, 17th and ISth $23.00.
For tickets and other information apply to
EASmith, commercial agent, loy Alain stroet,
or at depot office, First and AVichita streets.
C. P. Rector, D. F. & P. Agent, d-tf
Kansas City Intr-Statc Fair.
Tho Fort Scott road will sell round trip
tickets to Inler-Stato Fair at Kansa3 City,
September 13th to ISth, tickets good to re
turn until September 19th, nt one faro for
round trip. Elegant reclining chair cars
free, and Pullman Sleeper, leaving AVichita
nt 8 p. in. arriving at Kansas City G:10 a. in.
without change of cars. Train returning
leaving Kansas City 9:20 p. m. arriving in
AVichita 8:15 a. m. Tickets on salo at 109
Main street and depot at Second and AVichi
ta streets. d9G-tf
Fort Scott itallroad.
On Sept. 10th and 11th, the Fort Scott
railroad will sell round trip tickets to In
dianapolis at rate of 21.00. And on Sept.
10th, 11th, 17th and ISth to Richmond, Ind.,
at 23.00. Elegant reclining chair cars
through to Kansas City aud.St. Louis with
out change. Elegant Pullman sleeix;r on
evening train to Kansas City. Choico of
lines from Kansas City and St. LouLs and
close connections made with all traius.
Tickets on sale and information regarding
routes aud accommodations cheerfully given
at city ticket ofiice, 109 Main street, nnd
depot ticket office, Second and AVichita
street. d9G tf
Owing to the sizo of tho town and great
difficulty in finding people, hereafter all bi5
not paid by the 5th of tho month will bo sent
by mail, and the parties will bo expected to
call in and settle same.
dl04-3t Bibsantz & Matthewb.
LcsBons for ladies and gentlemen Tuesday
and Thursday evening at 8 o'clock; for ladies
and children, on Tuesday Thursday and Sat
urday afternoons at 4 o'clock. Scholars will
be received at any timo. Offico at Shaw's
music store. dl04-3t
The O. C. Udall flour at AVilliums & Ness
ioy gives universal satisfaction. dl02tf
Hydraulic Press Urick.
AYo havo the agency for tho above named
press brick and can furnish them on short no
tice to any contractor or builder. The best
brick in the market for nico fronts of build
ings. Call ou Hacker & Jaclcsou, corner of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 "Water
Monej to Loan at Sight.
I can close a good city loan at lowest rates
in three hours any day in the week. S. AV.
Cooper, 137 ifain street. d-SO-tf
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 stret.
The genuine 1S17 Rogers Bros.' knives,
forks and spoons, at Hall's jewelry 6tore, 120
North Main street. dl02-12t
AVilliams & Nessly offer a special premium
of two hundred pounds of flour, "O. C'
brand, Udall Mills (Talned at $0,) for te best
loaf of bread made from tin brand. 30G
West Doughu avenue. d!02-tf
Best Dollar White Shirt
IN 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.
.And Soon to Arrive.
WAIT FOE THEM.
-:-Dress Goods Direet from Paris-:-":-0pera
Goods Direct fromBerlin-:-
Ladies Wraps ' Direet from Paris
And Much the
We have searched the markets for
In Carpets and Curtains.
Brussels Point Curtains, Silk
Curtains, and all tlie new
Novelties in Curtains.
New Effects That Are Very Nobby.
No pains have been spared by us in securing Latest Styles In
NEW YORK STORE,
Prices Tell and People Tell the Prices.
Big prices will not do in these times when even the wealthy cannot afford to waste their
money and the poor require double duty of every dollar and eveiy penny, hence
we throw out to the people of Wichita and Seclgwick county the following'goods
at prices never before offered by any concern in the state of Kansas
Full size White Blankets at 1.23, 1.98. 2.59 and 2.69. An extra size strictly aU wool, white, red and blue Wankete, never rpiffered
for less than S5.00, our price 3.1S. You ask, how can wesell themso cheap. Our reply is, we bought them direct from the mill in Janu-
ary lift before fte 'Stance in woolens. In 'addition to our lines of whiteandscar bankets we have an tomense line of blue brown and
silver grey blankets that range from 69c a pair and upward. An inspection of our blanket department means sure sales.
In this line we propose positively to have no comuatition. We have
we Snot fstore ffl alL Our prices range at 73;93, 1.13. 1.33, 1.69.
never be shown again
Again we intend to lead. Our Flannel Stock has been selected with tne greatest care so to nave we oeai, uuBiiy ' "L lXaXSZl
We have every grade of plain and trilled, scarlet, white, blue, grey, shaker and opera. As the line is so extensive), we have ?pt thpac
to auote prices, butwill assure you TO LOOK IS TO BtJ Y. An extra weight fancy Flannel in pin checks, broken plaids, decided checks a
20c per yoriL Equant ifyou cEn forless than 30c. Our full 5 ounce fancy flannel in every feirabte shade, that cannot be matched tor
p J Ai tljn40c , -we place before you at 29c. Ask your neighbor what he or she thinks or that price.
Fverv mill has ben searched closely by OUR BUYERS and we know our figures cannot be equaled. We start that line at J5c per yard
SdplSo? ym&our 7 1-2, 9 and lOcgoods that are considered cheap by our competitors at an advance of 25 per cU
-- ntiO AKS .- AND -. WRAPS -:-
This denrrtment shah be a special feature in our store this fall, and we have cmrefully calculated each and every garment, .placing om
twi astanle Pmanrin that TwulaSonish the closest buyer. We have bought the entire lot at one-half the manufactures com which we tak
nlSSurelnauo lowpriceof 19c agxrment cannot be bought by any
SSenout SI Anallwool black agonal tfewmarket 58 inches tone, handsome plait, in all sizee: usual price universally Zft ou?
price$aoa Our lineof short wraps, short iaccets, newmaricets. Beaa
BOOTS .- AND .-
ffers we are certainlv headauarters and can show more styles, and larger quantities than any house to the west. Strictly all v. ool scar
SlSiSte TnalroSe j 75courDrfTC 39c; Heavy all wool scarlet shirts, sold everywhereSl, our price 73c Ladies sear Merino cashmere,
oSmdSSafrSotS The above department awaits yourcarerul examlna-
Camenair bcoccn - ""wm Pie t.e . ,, lTfonr -Mammntn store Boom, but time and space will not permit.
COME TO THE
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WALLENSTBIN & COHN, Kg
Ever Offered by
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jy Fall Stock being now in I am prepared to sqoav an excel
lent assortment at prices unequaled in the city.
cloaks And wraps
In Ladies' Misses' and Cliildrens' Sizes.
Hosiery and' Undgrwear
In Ladies' Gents' and Cmldrens' Sizes.
CORSETS! -:- CORSETS!
The largest assortment in trie city. 40 different styles.
Gents' Wear ! -:- Gents' Wear !
A Complete Line.
I make a specialty of all the above goods as I keep no dress goods
whatever, therefore devote my whole attention to
everything in the lancy line. -
Of 50 Dozen Real Irish Point Lace Collars only 18c, cheap at 50c,
100 DOUGLAS AVENUE-
Of cases of New Clothing, Hats and Fur
nishings every day in the week. We have
bargains in odd suits and boys and children's
clothing. Come and see us.
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
N. B. Received twelve sasesof Stylish Stiff Hats at $1 each
Regular price everywhere double that amount.
now in stock-over Fifteen Hundred Comforts and go they must, na
1.89 and 2.48. Such values were never before shown and likely wul
when this lot is closed.
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e 'e every shadeof Saxony andknhv
South Side Douglas Avenue, Next
of Fall Bargains
to Wichita National Bank.
I wanted. dl02-l
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