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M. M. MI'ItnorK .t IIKO.. Pronrlotors,
ItEAIi ESTATE TKANSFEKS.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of register of deocU yes
terday: H C Buck to J Kelly, lots 0, 7, 8, 9, 10,
Frisco ave, Buck's add 1S30
H M Davis toJT Murgau, lots ,'$, 5,-7.
9, 11, 13, 15, Mildred street, Davis'
B Ainott. to C B Holdeu, lot 11, blk 3,
Grand Viewadd 1400
M-lreiaudto V C Little, lot 28. First
st, Mathewson'ft add 2100
C II Dillon to P Conaly, lots 2, 4, jo, 8,
blk 8, Wash ingtou aVe add COO
S W Shattuck to O A Macey, lots 1, 2.
and s h of ne qr, 4, 27, 4w 2400
CEBarwisoloF A Phillips, lots 10.",
107, b.k 3, Orma & Phillips' add 1300
A K oiiouuT to Al L Heustiaw, lots 10,
92, 94, 90, Laura ave, Lincoln bt. add 700
W J Huff to C Comen, lots 27, 29, Mar
ket st, Fitzgerald's add 900
I W suttrell to w ix. -morns, iois or,
41, 4:5, 45, Mead ave, Hodson's add...
H G Lulu to J Morte, lot 10$, Main st..
H Imboden to J F Harris lot 2, 3, blk 1
& lots 2, 3, blk 2. Imboden & Oliv
N F Xiederlandor to G. W. foster lots
79, 81, 83, tZ, 92, 91, 1W, 9S, Walnut
st, Niedcrlander's add
Y .S McCianathau to A D Munscll, lot
C. Emporia ave, Zinnueriey's 2d add
J V Hinton to L S Collstter, lot 10, 2d
st, Hinton's add
S A Fan-nan to (J J Turnr, loU 1.1,17
19, 21 , G rove st.Oaklaud add
E Williams to J B Daley, lots 17, 19,21,
23, Ectelle ave, Williams add ."
P Gros to A B Lease, mv qr 10-27-:Jv,
S Stephens to A B Sir-res, mv qr 10-27-3-.V
A L Hou'-k lo H S Kin;, lots 17o, 177,
li9, IS!, Lavri euce ave
J II Na-iu to II C Draus e 22 ft of lot
28, Douglas a (., Moad'a add
G Richmond to L IJiv.-ht. odd lot,
from 9S to 12s) Simmons gvo Rich
G A Hatfield to C W l'ixby. lots 9, 10,
Morris st, IlaUifildV, add
Ladies side law fhw-hoes at tho City Shoe
sto.v. Woo lworth & Stearm, 150 2. Main
sire J !!-! t
The trees are .shedding, iio-.v their leavos.
Awl sojn the i caper "11 bind his sheaves;
The housewifes jiii-kimg this and that.
A:i i kttto boys siiig loud and shiiil.
IncCo'itit, like ths ruining rill!
-Call in that bat:''
' 'Tis tini j (o put. that tr.r.v av.-.iy
And don a Derby blaci:" tliy say;
Thy thin!: tli-it iio om but a Ha;
Will go about, with slia'jy brim,
AVIi'ii 'GoMitamit ha. thorn nice and trim
dllMt "Call in that hat!"
Lailj", buy your husbands a pair of those
fine embroidered vehet slipper;, only 85
fi'uts. at the CitrShovJ Store. 15 N. Alain
St., Vv'oodwcrlh & Stearns.
Without :i I)onlt
The finest line of mouldings we ever saw this
sido of Kaunas City or lil. Liuis can bo ssen
by calling at The Fair. Combs & McCoy
are leading t hem all in this line audou
shoul 1 go and ,ve their go.) 1. They arc-Jhio
and glittering; workma.i-hip guaroaU'cl
Klc.'jiJituml I i:ie.
You should call at The F.ur io-uorrow and
see the line oi! portn;it ol Col. U. M. Mur
doch' painted by Mis-. Nettie Williams. ThU
is said to bj souiethiiig etlra fitio and the
Coloi-.oi is especially proud of the portrait.
It will ha ban l-.oU3iy frame I Moalayat
Tho Fur, th j c.ll a-i I so j it again.
Come and see the test, of 1113- conibiuation
hand itfam laundry clothes washer at the O.
K laundry, 12" Kurth Lawrence avenue,
jronda-, at 1 ) o' !o -!c I shall roniain here
for awhile and tvtab!ish a manufactory ior
lauivlry aud a nily wash?ri.Aent-j tolnud
3o machine wanted in cveiy countv wcst,or I
will pell count- or state right.;. Seo combin
ation before buying. See or addre-s me at
European hoteVJ D-njlas avenue. H. II. Tat
I hereby withdraw
property from the
12. S. GEGitGi:.
The Dunl.ij) n.it.
GoMitandt at 2Ji Douglas n venue, has thj
colcbrated Duulaj) hat for sale. ell 17-2;
AH the fadiXouabb shapes in silk, soft an 1
still' luts at (JoLLtau It's., 2J1 Douglas ave
nue. d 117-21
Not Ire to UulUcrs.
AH kinds of building stone constantly on
hand. Call on the Augusta Stone company,
702 Eaot Douglas avenuo. dlll-tf
Scaled Ii oposaW.
Bids ill be leceivod by tho undersigned
up to noon of Monday, October 4, lSoii, for
the rental of -th? room adjoining tho new
uost o'lkv room in tho Grand Army building.
13. II. Dow.-i..;.
Wichita, Sept. 2 , 18fc0. dl 15-5t
C.'.ll iitnler Citizens1 bank and see gco.1 sil
ver mounted how casj for sale cheat).
1 have somo acre lots that 1 would like to
trait: for iuiide residence or bu-jincss jn-op-erty.
Call 011 .1. 12. Humphrey Jr., with
Lombard Mortgage Co. dll3-tf
For ..ale. Somo choice aero loK Call on
J. Is. Humphrey Jr.. with Lombard Mort-
misition to tho Xow Vm-!.-
ilillmiT Salore, 13S Main street, is the ar
rival of Mis (hiion. of Chicago, who is late
from Paris. yi10 js on0 0f t10 :no -iccom-plished
milliners of Chicago, and will now
oreuuy the position of head milliner. The
firm has nlo .secured the services of Miss
Alice Owns, of thk city, acting as saleslady
Karl App, instructor of piano and organ.
Permanently located in Wichita, ard ps-c-parol
togivo iesoas at reasonable pri.v.
L-j'k 1-jx 71 J o.-Trennnt house. 10J-12L
B if-.ro buying your w iut"r clothing give
th Q.i.vn LMy Clothing Houmj a call, oxam
111" tis :: goo Ls aud get j)rices. Corner Doug
la3 an 1 Topokt avt-s, Wichita, IZivj. lOD-tf
Th'XowYork MilHuary Store, 13S Main
street, i dady re'iving tho latest fall stvles
aud mvv oliVr a grand &eliction of ladies 'felt
and straw hats ami fall trimmings. Mr---.
Otto cordially invites an inspection, assuring
promptitude in th- execution of orders, and
most reasonable pri.v;. dill
ha"k or liverv.
orders to Freeman for
Tivth'O. C. I" dull Hour at
Choiivios-idtMicolots 1:1 lliuton1!; addiUon.
La--g.' fruit and shale tree. Only thixv
bio ks trom Dougi:us axnue. One and a half
MoJo from the Third ward school house.
For "-ale cheap, one-third cash, balance oii
time atelier cent infrrot Air.dv .vb :i.
v. ill not belong on tho market P. V
J li. Sheldon, from Topeka, will tuno for
al bo order per po-tnl card or leave orders
a Thcvj. Shaw's mu.-ic store, Maiu st 23-tf
Big bargains in tm are at Stoinkauscr
Merklo Supply Co.
Mot of "Wichita's Koplo know tho class of
work tint Brittiuiham doe.? them. Central
verdict was the bat workman I ever had.
d-115-'Jt Ron KKS PliOTO.
Everybody invited to como and see our big
bai gains in tinware at Steinhauser-Morkle
Supply Co. dllO-tf
Wantotl on our books for sale. Main street
property for sale. Cozinc & Riddell, 150 2
Main st. d!15-0t
Everybody invited to come and seo our big
bargains in tinware at Stemhauser-Merkle
Supply Co; dllO-tf
Hill prone: tv on our
books for sale. Cozino
& Riddell, 150 Xorth
I htiv sucto did 111 securing Mr. Britting
him as operator again. KpsEits? Photo.
pkkm n vi .
C. J. Powell, of JCiow.i, was in h3 city
F. O. Whitlicld, of ;.'c..- Haven, Conn.,
is in the city.
J. S Hettory a: rivcl yestcrd iv to look
over the eitj.
G. M. Mann, of MihvanVee, arrived in
the city yesterday.
Chas. G. Pugh, of Indianapolis, arrived
in the eity yesterday.
D. M. Tipton and wifo.of Leadviile, Col.,
were in tha city yesterday.
Mrs. C. P. Roctor and her sister, Miss
Wnymau, leave today for St. Louis.
John Irwin, of Decatur, I1L, was regis
tered at the Manhattan yesterday.
Albert Law, grain dealer from Derby,
wo;, in the city yesterday on business.
Gccr.,e W. Forbes, of Rockford, Texas,
was in the city yesterday on business.
Mr. Ridge Conlsy, city editor of the
Beacon, leaves today for St. Louis where he
will spend the week.
Mrs. Sarah Gilbons, who has been visit
ing her son, Officer Jennings, returned to her
home at Oswego yesterdaj'.
Page Martin -a ent to Kansas City last
evening to purchase a largo stock of fine
goods for life cigar store.
Dr. J. C. Wilson and wife and S. G.
l.eaimon leave the city this morning for a
visit to southern Indiana.
J. R. Merrifield, a railroad man from
Topeka, was in tli3 city yesterday the guest
of his many friends. Mr. Merrifield has
been spending his vacation in a extended tour
of the state and say3 Wichita was the great
est place ho saw, in fact it was the liveliest
and most progressive city in the state.
Mr. M. Cox.of tho Ojsidiutal hotel, lost a
valuable shawl at the opr.-a house last night.
ooiiUhn hum: societv.
The Golden Rule .society wishes to thank
tho members of the Presbyterian church and
congregation for thoir hsarty co-ope'-ation
in making tho Ikin Tua a success.
Th-y also heartily thank Mr. Talmadgc of
the no .vchina hall for liis great kindness in
bringing his beautiful china and glasswaie,
together with the fin" Japanese decoration--,
to asoist th,':n in their eH'ortv Also for his
he':) in arranging th saui".
Thk Goi.uk:: Rl-lt: Soc:::tv.
ATTIIR OPi:UA IIOUSK.
Last evening closed the ongagemont of tLo"
Kellar coiibination in the city. The audi
ence, while not an large as this superior c::
tsit Jnmer.t dcer.'ed, w better than that
at any of tlv previous pcriorm
nuc3s. Tho vo:iiT-'ui a:i-s of Kellar,
D'Alviui, Chisi Ket- hi, had lo.t
none of tlrdr charm and excited the
most generous a j.1 heart- applause from the
Tho ti o jpe leaves today for Denver where
they will commence Mon lay, a wecko en
gagement nt t!u Tabor opera house. Mr.
Hodsea, i ho manager, showed a repoitcr a
telegram receive 1 Friday evening staling
that aiivi ly tiMud.'anis sale of seats was
Tho popular little actress, Katie I'l-.tnnm,
who opens a brief engagement three nights
at tha opera house, commencing Monday
evening, is thus spok?n of by tho distinguish
ed draniat!.- cris.1 of tho cw York Tribune,
Mr. William iVI'itsr, and the celeb: atcu
"Daubury ITe s 2 fan.'' Mr. J. M. Bailey:
Mis Putnam r- veals a i.ens:Lility and ?r--onai
v, 01th tn.it atti acts regard. She Ls in
telligent, forcible, agil, frolicsome, and
bizarre, an 1 thc-e qualities, shining through
an active !)hysUi, and iniieli technical 1.10-
(iciency make her an effective actress. Miss
Putnam's grace is cctai:i infantile tender
ness in quality o voice. Her most effective
talent i proficiency i '1 mischievous pranks,
with this she please Ji'r audieuco, and to
this she adds ckt-eriu s an I art in vocnlism.
William Vi'it-To in N. Y. Tribune.
Dear Siu I ch.rfully comply with your
request lor my opinion of the artistic merits
of Miss Katij'i'dtnani. I can say, as it is so
c ident to all, that her acting is artistic
without being unnatural; lollicking without
being offousie; sentimental without maw
ki JineoS. She is observant of human nature,
faithful to every detail, and going into the
picvO villi a trui coa-vption of tho charac
ter, she combines every excellence aud
achieves a marked success.
In the dual chaiacter of Littlo -fell aud
the Iiarum -.caruni marchioness sho biings
!i : qualiti's into the best play And demou
stiates beyond cavil that her geni-jo is of the
Everybody in Daubury who f:iw Miss
Putnam at the opera hoiiso v.a. delLrhted
with her and already we are looking forwaul
to her eturn. 1 know of no acti ess w ho has
given the satiafact ion aud pleasure Miss Put
nam did on her visit here.
Yours sincci ely, J. M. Bailey.
(Daabur- News Man.)
rOIi If K COt'KT.
Peter Settergrev was again before the
court yestcrda morning. Ue was lined 5.
v. Inch was paid, as well a? tho fine of the
previous day by Mr. bmythe, to whom he
had d-b'vered for safe keeping the 300 of
which ho thought he had been robbed Thurs
Anna Pierson, the boisterous female ho
had occupied the attention of tho police the
night iieforc, was brought up next and fined
$10. Sentence wa? suspended for a short.
her to hud the monev.
Jim Thomas was the last. He was charg
with being a vagrant, filled $12, and exec
tiou suspended ioug enough to
to get out of the town.
Notice toC-triU'Mersand Kullders.
100.00J pounds sash weights from 4 1-2
to 10 H)s. at $1 75, at Globe lion Works.
Sweepstakes In Fr.c Art.
Rogers, tho photographer, took firsl pre
miums 0:1 tho best display of photographs,
crayon jwrtraits, India ink portraits and the
let display of pictures of all kinds at oar
Into fair, which our p)ple should keep in
mini when wanting fiict-clasS work. His
No. is 10 5 Daugla avenue. 112-0t
Tlic Trisca lilno
Are selling very low- rouud-trip tickets to
St Louis. This is the only line lrom Wich
ita that runs its trains solid into the Union
doiat at St. Louis. For full particulars call
at the Frisco ticket otlice, 119 Xorth Main
A chance for a bargain in a fine twenty
ntao tract of land 011 College Hill. Call on
A. L. Austin who isgomgto California. 103tf
Closing out our stock of tinwnre at 25 cents
on the dollar at Steiuhnaer-MerkIo Supplv
Will sell milk nt 4 cents psr quart at the
milk depot 307 East Douglas avenue. d5S-tf
Closing oat our stock of tinware nt25 cents
on tho dollar at Stoiuhauser-Mcrkle Sunnlv
Proposals w ill bo received up to the 10th
inst. for the erection and completion of a
two-story frame residence building for L. P.
Douglas, on lot 72, AVaco avenue. Plans and
speaneations can be seen at thooflico of Rush
& Gilo, architects, at 125 East Douglas ave-1
nue. d92-tf f
Sec premium of William & Nessloy for tho !
Ujst loaf or bread made trom the popular O.
o. uoatiLour. dl(r,tf
Xo Ball Game on the Fair Gionntls Sunday.
To the Editor or the Eagle-
The following resolution was adopted by
the Arkansas Valley Agricultural society,
by the board of directors October 2, 18SG:
Whereas, notice has been given in the city
papers that a ball gamo will be played on the
far? grounds Sunday, October 3, therefore
Resolved by 1 10 board of directors of the
Arkansas Valley Agricultural society that
no games or races of any description will be
allowed upon our grounds on Sunday under
any consideration whatever
Resolved that the committee on grounds
be and are hereby instructed to enforce this
resolution, and the secretary i? instructed
that in making any leases or permits to said
grounds to draw the same in accordance with
the above instructions.
Resolved that the secretary publish these
resolutions in the city papers.
D. A. Mitchell,
Wichita, Oct. 2, 1SSG. Secretary.
Ladies spring heel shoes,
cheap, at the City Shoe store,
all sizes, and
150 N. Main
Miss Richards will open a lace and art
embroidery class October 5th, at 319 North
EraDoria avenue. Lessons on Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 2 p. in. Saturday for school
girls; also a drawing class for the same from
9 to 12 a. m., working from life, and from
The method taught by Miss Richards is in
everyway identical with that of the European
academies Thursday mornings will be
devoted to motherless " children and thesa
w hose mothers are compelled to toil for their
daily bread. This class is free. dllS-lt
For good goods at bottom prices in willow
ware, baby cabs, boys1 wagons, velocipedes,
wheelbarrcws, library lamps, bird cagos,
brackets, etc., call at The Fair. 118-lt
When you fail to find what you want in
the shoi lino c!s.rhere. come to the City Shoe
store; we have it. Woodworth & Stearns.
Mrs. A. Kramer has just returned from the
east, v. hero she has been spending two weeks
setting all the latest styles in millinery. The
first ot this week sho will open tho finest
stock of millinery ever brought to this city,
both in wholesale and retail department.
Also many novelties in fancy goods, materi
als for fancy work, etc. dl 1S-21
Iljilraullc I'ress Brick.
We have the agency for the above named
press brick and ran furnish them on short no
tice to any contractor or builder. Tho best
urick in the market for nice f 1 ouLs of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jackson, coiner of
Fourth aud Dousrlas avenues, or 117 Water
Money to I.o in at Siuht.
I can close a goo 1 city loan at lowest rates
in thiee hours any day in tho week. S. W.
Cooner. 137 Main street. d-SO-tf
Gents, b3suie and see our line of fine shoes
at 2 per pair, in button, congie-s and lace;
every pair warranted. City Shoe store,
Wooiw orth & Stearns. 1 1S-1 1
Williams & Iesdy oiler a special premium
of two hundred pounds of Hour, '"O. C"
brand, Udall Mills (valued at 60,) for the best
loaf of bread nnde iioni this brand. 300
West Douglas avenue. d!02-tf
Car lead after car load of new goods
riving at Stcinbauscr-Mcrkia Supply Co.
We cell an all solid goat button shoe,
worked soles, for $1.50 per pair. Every pair
warranted. City Shoe Store, 150 N. Main
Uuy No TisUits
This morning for the St. Louis Exposition
until you have fhv.t consulted tho agent of
tho Frisco line, at 119 North Main stiver.
TjIco the I'risco Iano
For the St. Louis exposition. Double daily
trains run solid to St Louis and the only line
that can offer this unsurpassed service.
Pullman sleeping cars 0:1 tiains leaving union
depot every morning at 9:25, and elegant
now reclining chair cars oa trains leaving
every evening at 9:20. For tickets, etc., call
at Frisco ticket ofiice, 1 19 X. Main street, or
at union depot 105tf
Stolen from Wichita, Sunday morning,
September ath, lxsu, one light sorrel hor.se,
sixteen hand ; high, several barbed wire cuts
on breast, bald faced, a little thick winded,
eight years old, slvvl all round. One light
bay horse, eight years old, about sixteen
hands high, star in foiehead, ono white hind
foot, fistula mark, weighs about 1,100 pounds,
trots in harness aud paces under saddle, shot!
all round. $25 dollar.? each for return of
horses, or $10J for horses and thief. Address
City Marshal, Wichita, Kansas diJ!-tf
Ladies, we will sell you our 75 cents kid
opera slippers for 50 cents, and our $1,00 op
era slippers for 75 cents, to close our large
stock on hand. City Shoo Stoie, 150 Is.
A good card cutter iu first-class oider.
Wnl eli cheap. Eucu're at this oillce. dbl-tf
Che-i? Kxcursion Kates to the St. Louis Imposi
tion ia filsco Line.
The Frisco lina iiow have on sale round
trip tickets to St Louis at very low- rates,
fleasc bear in mind that the Fricco is the on
ly line from Wichita that inns double daily
trains-solid to St Louis without change ot
cars of any kind. Pullman palace cars.ou
tiains leaving Union depot at 9:2 every
morning, and elegant free reclining chair
cars on tiains leaving here at 9:20 every
evening. For further information call oil
W. D. Murdock, ticket ag-nt, 119 North
Main street, and Union dpot, or F. D. Rus
sell, general westei 11 agent, 827 Douglas ave
Cltctp Excursion Kates to St. Louis Exposition.
Persons desii mg to attend the St. Louis
Exposition should bear in mind that the Fort
Scott route is lift- miles shorter than any
other line, and that rates by this popular
people's route are always as low as the low
est. For full particulars call on E. A.
Smith, at city ticket office, 109, Main street
C. P. Rector, Div. Pass. Agt
Big bargains in tinware
Merkle Cupply Co.
Acre lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision
ono and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Carfield University, the cheni test
and most desirable residence property in
Sedgwick countv, terms easy. Enquire of
We desire to inform our patrons and the
general public that Mr. E. C. Sutton is no
longer in tiie emplov of the Schuyler Electric
Light Co. Edw. J. Wntisit,
dlOG-tf Supt ri. E. L. Co.
Car load after car load of new goods ar
riving at Steichauser-Merkle Supply Co.
Every lady and gent m Wichita to kno.v
that J. T. Holmes has the finest Berlin coach
and team iu the city, especially adapted for
ladies caUing. It is supplied vith bell, speak
ing tulje, card case, hand mirror, etc, m
fact everything that goes to make up a first
ckis? can-Inge. Telephone: Office No. 115
South Mam street: residence 503 South Water
street d-107-tf J. T. HoLiiES
There is a great run on the
Ham &; Ne&soy's.
C. ct W:l
d!02tf Look for :ny nsw show in a few days-,
Brlltingham's latest. Roocii-V Photo.
Druggists' liquor statements can bo pro
cured at this ollice at ?1 per thousand. xst
age extra. d9o-tf
PniLADELPHiA, July 2St 1SS0.
Wichita Eagle. Wichita. Kan?ai.
Gentlemen: We have seen one of voar
Mortgage Loan Registers at tho otlice of the
Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co.. this
"ty, and shall bo obliged if you will send tbi;
comjKiny one similar in all respects at your
carnsat convenience, and remain
The O. C. Udall flour at Willrcms & Xess-1
ley gives universal satisfaction. dl02tf
Friday ".-.' Morning,
WUl Put on Sale 956
Misses i: Childrens Jerseys,
Strictly All "Wool and in All Colors,
Worth From $10 to$24per Dozen.
Will Close the
Be Sure and Attend the Sale.
NEW TOEK STOEE,
S1IIHR-IHEE SUPPLY CO.
DEPOT and OFFICE 124 WEST DOUGLAS AVE.
ICE Always on Hand at Depot.
Orders for Shipment and City Delivery
Promptly Attended to.
Telephone No. 128. S0HN & WILKIN.
Is becoming the great trading centre of Wichita, Our aim is to be the Most Popular Dry
Goods House in the State. The publtc shall always find us awake, with all the new
est and desirable goods at prices Unparalleled and Unprecdknted.
We offer this week, commencing
MONDAY, OCTOBER 4th
co tn o
CO or o
- C3 - i4
Our Eastern Buyer
WALLENSTBIN & OOHN, lffifeIfllZ
the Entire Lot
Wk lib !
Our Rapidly Increasing Sales
Homespun Suitings at 33c per yard, worth 50c.
All Wool Tricots in very latest shade at 52 l-2c a yard.
21 inch Black Silk at 98c, a bargain at S1.50
Our colored Satins, all shades, 49c, good value at 75c.
All Silk Plush at $1.18. never before of fered for less than $1.75.
All Silk Brocade and Embossed Velvet in the vary latest colorings
at $1.18, usual price $2.00.
All wool English Serge, full line of Fall shp.des, usual price 69, this
week 39c. Come early, it cannot last long at that price.
In transit, 500 dozen Huck and Damask Towels which will be placed
on sale on arrival 25 per cent cheaper than ever before known.
Our Table Linen stock is full and replete, ranging from 19c pea
Largest stcck of Flannels In the city: to jnspect them moans snro
Saxony Tarns in every color made at 10c a hank.
In this line we positively recognize no competition.
All wool Scar Under Shirts. 39c.
Fancv Cashmere Under Shirts, all sizes, 59c, worth $L
Suits,"$1.13, worth $2.
Our very close marking on Cloaks hassold lots of them, but we sUJl
have some lest. Prices lower than the lowest:
Child's cloak, - - - - 30c.
Ladies Worsted Ivewmarket - - .33.93
Ask to look at our Cloaks, Wraps, Newmarkets. Booeie Jackets or
anything in the lineT and when you hear our prices you will buy
before leav ingthe store.
writes us today that he
As we do not just now know what they arc, will say nothing for the
watch our space, as we continually secure them and advertise at once.
LAST :-: CHANCE.
For the benefit of those who did not get one
of our beantiful Oil Paintings this
summer I have suceeded in
getting another lot.
TO BE GIVEN
Which will also 'oe the Opening day of our
Every person purchasing goods to the amount of FIVE DOL
LARS or over vill he presented, free of charge, a handsome Oil
Painting on canvass, size 14x22 inches, which we guarantee is worth
to huy at any art store more money than you pay for vour goods.
Remember this picture is, as represented ,.a genuine worlc of art. pro
duced by hand at considerable expense, and to show that we mean
what we say we will give to any charitable institution in this city
If any person will prove to u; that the painting we give away is not
painted in Oil Colors and by hand.
We havoconti acted with a large frame manufacturer to supply us
with frames that Ave propose to supply every customer who
gets a minting at about one quarter of what you will
have to pay to any picture dealer.
Everything considered we h?ve the largest and best selected stock
of Ladies and Gents Furnishing Good, Fancy Goods, etc in Wichita
and at the lowest prices.
Our 5 and 10 eents Counters
We guarantee will astonish everybody. Never again will this
offer be repeated in Wichita ! We do this to advertise our business
And it takes money to do it. What is our loss is your gain.
Ladies, cut this out and paste it in your shopping bag, and never
leave the ENTERPRISE without your painting; it is free.
109 DOUGLAS AVEXUE.
are Doubly Convincing
will secure some very great Values this
AWAY AT THE
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