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KEAL KSTATi: TIlAXSrKKS.
Tbo folio win; are cue roil 5tat3 transfers
recorded in tlia o fije of thi R.ji-ter of
F A RuBelI to IV F lius-sell, Idt 14,
Hoc!: Wand ave. Rock Iblaml suld
P. Pittiuger to "W A Booth. XA of lot
." hll: -1, EuirlMi 4tb add
J E Hume to E Miller, lots 28, M, -1th
F L Ti!linlidi.t to II H Tompkins, lots
17. IS, Second St., Tilliughaats sub
D llutcbins to J Miller, lots 141, 14.5,
blk 14, Orme & Phillip's add
G. P. GInzeto C Briiinmiui, Jot ',
Motley ave, G!az & JocdynV add..
GPGJaze to J C Callahan, lots ."il, 51!,
,mt .?, Washington ave, Glaze"
Jocetyn's ad 1
G P Glaze to D P Warum. lot 40. Mos
lev ave. GliiC & -In -el vn a M
M Riesback to V H Brooks, lots o'J, 01,
63, Pattie ave, Hyde's add
J b rCitchell to .1 i K.-ll -t al, lot- 1),
11, IIS, 13, Filth ave BurleihV add...
A 11 Maxwell to J G Oliv.-r, e hf w hi
of n e qr of s e qr 21-27-1 w
B Hermes to J Hermes, 117 It off w
end lots 04, Gf, OS, 70, 72. also 117 ft
cff -tsr Htid lots 01, J'i, Mead ave
Jones1 2d add
J lion, to -1 -i jloser, odd lots lrom 1
t" :'J, Eslclle ave, Fnebaurs sub
div A i :uienh:u st to A E Wyatt, lots 2, 4,
1."- :j. Kuclnl j.v, Allen & Smiths
J. E. Show, of Mulvane, was up from t lat
Mr. C. P. 1 let-tor has returned from his
visit to St. Louis.
Dr. J. D. McAtee, of Mt. Hope, spent this,
week in the metropolis.
Miss Allie Littell entertained some of her
young lady Mends last .zoning.
A. L. -Forker, reproeatiii-C McPiko and
Fox, of Leavenworth, is in the cit3.
Jesse Ask lost his hat m the hih wind the
other evening and says it ha not 3ret come
The shawl to be worn 113- Miss Frauds this
evening will be upon exhibition daring the
lny. It is a dais.
Don't forget to come to the high school en
tertainment this evening. It is for. a goo 1
caus-e and should be patro:iu; 1 accordingly.
Yesterday Doctors Tilden and Stoner re
moved from a lady two tumors, one from
each ear. They weighed near one pound,
and the operation proved a very painful
Next Monda3' evening Rev. Chas. J
Adams will deliver a lectin e at the Y. M. C.
A. rooms; .subject, '-Diug Dong." The many
h ippy eirorts of this opular pastor kails
friends and admirers to expect something
Mr. George T. Boll, tne gci.i il traveling
man for a Gnicago hurd.-.are linn, returned
to his home in thu city a li-.v duy.s ago fiom
an extensive trip to the western part ot this
stafc' and eastern Colorado. Il- leaves today
for Kansas City w hero ho will speud a few
d 13 s attending to Ijhmiil , matters.
To all real estate agents who have proper
ty of mill'- tor .ih, please mid 5u per cent to
present prices. Yours truly,
d24!t E. P. Foi'.D.
Calls! Cais 1
Camels liiir, seal skin, Scotch and Jersey
knit caps for men and bovs at Goldstandt's.
The first senii-aimu il dividend of the 1th
.series of the Forest C1C3" Building and Loan
Association will be declaied on tlie 7th day
of Uecember, -ISMi. All persons desiring
sUK-k 111 siii.l senes can subs-nlie up to tint
dnlc witliout additional cost. Alter that
duteji' -iilend uill be adiled to the ncc
of the stock.
A. A. Gmjx.v, President.
dbVJ-t!w Jt. ..a. . ..in, Secretaiy.
Nov. 10, iNi.
Kiu:ht loin o 1 rJsLeiia iiiv 0.10 olock from
Douglas uve -$i0s) a lot; naif e.ish: east fiont.
Four lots on cor. Mtpleaiiil Hstella avos
0110 olock fro.n cir line, east fronts, $2-25 a
lot; one-halt cash.
Fight lots on Erie st., one and one-half
blocks lrom car line, 175 a lot, one-hall
cash, balance on or betoro5 3-ears.
250 It. corner Second and Ash sts., west
front, tor &2.51M. This is a bargain for a
few (hi3s 011I3".
150 Gt Ollice I5fi Not tn Main st.
Tr our line teas, we import them our
selves, and only buy teas lor drinking qual
ities. Steinhaiiser-Merkle supplv Co. dl.")tf
For cheap rates to Clucigo, St. Louis,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, etc , etc., calls at
Sterns, the ticket broker, 2J0 East Douglas
I am now prep ired to give lessons of four
hours (for 50 cents per lusson) in oil and
china painting, including work 111 faces.
dl5l tf NKrni: Wiujams,
Room 10, Davidson and Tnrockinorton
Goldstaudt has the largest assortment of
buck, goat, kid, calf and cloth gloves. d2-"Jt
W)x 15 is the siz.- of the count)- map of King
man county. BusiiiBss men subsfiioe.
Address," Rkyxomjs i: Daiilim;,
Coane t Riddell h iv. (piit- a number of
bargains east. We sell, and sell quick. Come
and se us at 150 N. Main street. d!5G-0t
Spw ial Niu Ire.
The new map ot Kingman countv gives
nanieis of m!1 IhiuI owners; mountl on cloth,
varnisawl, townships coIoiihI, etc. Addruc.
Reynoi.d iV: Dmu.inh,
AVe have for sale tor a few days four new
bouses each on 50 feet ot ground 111 the cen
tral part ot the cit) They aie sp-ial bar
gains and w ill W sold 011 easy terms if ap
plied for this wwsk.
c!145-tf ;!27 Douglas Ave.
A irool card cutter in firvt-clnsi m-.ln-
Will sell cJienp. Emiuire at this ollice. dS-tf 1
Car load after car load of errocenes still
coming iu. We have l.itely received 5,(HKJ
luishrls of Ohio potatoes and will start them
at tW jer bushel
Gooil Rio cotfee 0 llis for $1 00.
Granulated susar 15 Uis for $1.00.
Dark lit own sugar 20 lbs for S1.00.
Tea, a tine drinker in 1 lb baskets, per
Pure N O inolass.i 45o per gal.
Sugar cured hums I2e per pound.
Susur cured breakfast Ikicou 11c ier lb.
tsutir curel stioulileis 5c per lb.
Maple svrup. callon etuis .5c each.
Hooey iu comb 2tV jier lb.
Kvlractmi bouev N. per pouucL
Three lb cans touiatcnis 10' each.
Three lb ciis table jecles l.V ech.
Ttx puuutl caiis Csrn, extra flue. 10 ceiits.
Cue pound vausMlnioii. ColumbtM liver, 12c
New aku beit Hour 4c Ih.
Cutifornut raisins 10c per !b.
Ctee, 15c per lb.
Lnrl scpf ib
Choice oomiu-y produce nt vecv towast
W wish the pttWic geiwraHy to nwler
SUtml that we tire here to sty, nad w jj nWtjt
ll competition. We are ptv'wren with all
fatalities to take orders s attmt - ajiv firm
in the city. Orders t-oiiriteil front all jmrts
or- tlie country. A'e not only meet but beat
SrfflNHAUSER-XjSRKUE SlTrPLY CO.
Call and .-iuiimie the large stojk at. Gold
standt' Prices as lo as the lowest at
Eleven lots on Second street :J,:;00.
d!5G-0t No. !'. Jioi tn Mam street.
Notice to tlie Public.
I am here in the interest of tlie Mica Fire
proof Roofing co.-npair)". ot Tepeka. This
loofing has leeii thoroughly tested 111 every
climate and has given perfect satisfaction in
ever)' case. It is in use on some of the Ihie.st
and mostsnbstantial buildings in the United
States. We challenge aii3" roof in the United
States for cheapness, dui ability and general
satisfact.011: all we want is a trial, aud if we
cau get suflicient encouragement we propose
to establish a branch ufliw here aud make
Wichita our headquarters for the southwest
The poorest old tin roof iu the cit)' is solic
ited tor repairs. Warranted satisfaction in
every case or no pav.
IraO. Miller, 1210 South Main street,
Wichita, Ivan. The best reference furnished
List 3-our property with Coine & Riddell.
The)' sell dirt an I sell it quick. Drop iu and
see them at 15' North Mam street. dl5G Gt
Tr3"our fine teas, we iiopoit them otir
selves, and ouly buy teas fo- tlieir drinking
qualities. Steinhauser-Merkle Scpply Co.
Toilet-soaps at price never heard of before:
25 c j)er dozen cakes. Steinhauser-Merkle
Supply Co. d!53-tt
Trv our fine teas, we import them our
selves, ami oul3" buy teas for their drinking
qualities. Sfeinhauser-Merkle Supply Co.
Chamberlain's K.)e ami Skin Ointment
Is cooling and soothing, when applied to
sensitive P'irts, it promptly relieves infla
mation, -haling and soreness ot skin, and all
smarting and itching diseases. It has cured
chronic inflammation" of the eyes, when
everv other tieatment had isiilcd. Sold by
Aldrich & Brown and J. P. Allen. 155-tf
4 lots on Estelie avenue at 5000 for
duvs only. This is a bargain.
Sec Cozine fc Riddell at 150 North Main
For the benefit Of our patrons we have
openeilanuptov.n oflL-e at 151 North Main
st, in addition to our Uouglas avenue ollice.
All orders promptly filled, A ichita Coal
and Fuel" Co 150-tr"
We have propert) North, South, East and
Wo have tw o new additions on the market.
Bu)' at once. Tluy are gom like hot cakes.
Cozi.vu fc Riddell,
d!5(i-;;t 130 iTorrli Mam street.
rim 1 1 Nui"
Is the onl3" line tiom Wiciiita that runs
double daily trains solid to St. Louis with
out change of cat's ot any kind, making di
rect coniu'i-tion lor all points east aud south
east and north an 1 nortiie.i-t Rates always
as low as via. other lines For particulars,
maps, time tables, etc, call on W. D. Mur-doc-k,
ticket agent, Frisco line, 11!) North
Main street au(l Union depot, or F. D. Rus
sell, general western agent, 7 Douglas
Druggists' liquor statements can be pro
cured at this Ollice at -1 per thousand, post
age extra. d!)5-tf
Before hu "ing your winter clothing give
the Queen City Clothing House a will, exam
ine their goods and get prices. Corner Doug
las and Topeku a ves, Wichita, Kan. MfJ-tf
All kinds of tott -oal at the Wichita
Coal and Fuel Co., 151 North Main stieet,
or 018 East Douglas ave. Telephone '.)'.).
Il.iri.ier Tor May.
Ha)" at Hai p r :n car lots. Qualit3'
gu-iranU-ed. Writ tor j)iice.
dl20-2m Rorkks & Sox, Ilai-iier, Kan.
Emma Stiles has opened her studio in room
K, No 221 East Douglas avenue and will
give Distinction-) in oil and china painting.
Car Michigan apples at J. M. Allen & Co.
Car Utah potatoes at J. M.
Allen & Co.
Parisian milliner)', 2-10 Noith Main street.
Iatest styles, bonnets and hats Prices to
suit all New goods weeklv 1 eceived.
Leave a list of your pi operty it you wish it
sold quick. Hatdy Solomon, .'527 Douglas
We have a line tarin near the cit3" that we
offer at a great iv.rgain.
dl 15-tf :i27 Douglas Ave.
We have some special bargains in 2 1-2 and
10 acre plats on College Hill
dI45-tf .127 Douglas Ave.
The Wichita Eac.lk printing house keeps
111 stock a complete line of justice mnl L-ul
blanks and township blanks of all kinds.
We have a special Oaigani 1011 acres of
line land m east part of cit3' tor platting purpose-
we will olfer for a few days. Huidy
Solomon. :!27 Douglas ave dl25-tf
Notice to Hullilei-s.
All kinls of liuilding stone constantly on
hand Call on the Augusta Stone company,
702 Most Douglas avenue. dll4-tf
Philadklpuia. July 23, IfcbO.
Wichita ISaglk, Wichita, Kansjus.
Gentlemen: We have seen one of your
Moi tgage Loan Registers at the ollice of the
Philadelphia .Mortgage and Trust Co., this
city, mill shall be obliged if you will send this
company one similar in all respects at 3'our
earliest convenience, and lemain
Business men may ca 1 and leave their or
tiers with the Wichita Coal and Fuel Co. tit
151 Noith Main street, thus saving the ne
cessity of ordering bv telephone KJO-tt
I make a specialty, ot selling Douglas ave.
and College Hill propertv.
list if you wish to sell.
:J27 Douglas ave.
Loan and real estate agents should have
the new map of 'Kinsman county Address,
IvKYNOLbs, & DaKLING,
Notice The uji-town ofiu-e ot the Wichita
Coal and Fuel Co is- sub the most convenient
place to order vour co il. In 40111-4 to and
from your tiusin,- stoo 1:1 an 1 ee our sun
nli's o 151 N'o-rli Main street. Citv or.
ders promptly tilled. 12tf
rortratts in Oil. '
1'ersous desiring Hiti aits in oil. of them-
selvo or their chihlren, painted fi-om lite 1
sittings, can secure sjitistactorv work on '
"?llc"ihle terms by calling at the art studio
in .uis- .euie iiuanis n, .. no .Minn
Topeku :n enue. 111 the Davidson A: Thrcx-k-
mortou bunding, up-sunrs. Any one who j
has a distinct and life-like photo of a dei-eised
friend or child which they desire reproduced ,
111 oil aud life size, can have the work done j
on satisfactory terms. j
A limited nunilter of pupils will be taken ,
unuer nisti uetiou. dl2Ttf
On tlie Tudiau Territory extension, north
of Red nvi-r, Texas, l.ofti oo-i tennis, rock
mew awl resositle sut,KsoutractsjSs. Ap
ply to Daniel Carvv. Gamsvilk?. or to Mor
gan Jones, Fort Worth. Texas dl-i-3w
Klevator tor alf r Iteat.
The -alnable jiroperty know n as Told Ele-
vneor. with feet frontage on A., T. & rf. J
K U. u., tncK. soues.etc.. will be s.4,1 cbip
ouesy lennsor naitol, a(tr Decemlwr 1,
15S6- 1- h. w. Lewis
Wehnvea tarpe list of troirtv in all
parts of the city. Call aad exiiiiiun'oiir ILst !
Hardy JsOLOMQX. j
dl25-tf :gt 1Vui1 ave. I
We will lie pleased to have strangers and I
cititens visit ior office. We have at all i
iiiihits elegaut teams 10 dnv them so nil j
jwrts of ttte cit)', nod if not wtshuie to taiv, '
it will give lis pleasure to how Usem our
live, un-mug awl beaeiintl ntj.
d!3-tf , 3Sr Dec-tea Ave.
Fifty st)i5 in gent's muSIers from 23c to
55 each at Goldstandt's. d2-St
Colwlcfi Cornice "Works.
Are prepared to do any kind of galvanized
iron cornice w ork, aud put up cornices m
jiuy jiart of the state. Send iu )our draw
ings and we will give 3'ou figures, or send
vou designs and orices. Address,
References: Bank of Haven and Bank of
Vorse Than a Fire Alarm.
One of the mcvt dreadful alarms that can
be sounded in a mother's ears is produced b3"
croup; dreadful, because it is known to be
dangerous; the more dreadful because the
life of a loved one is in jeopard'. Chamber
lain's Cough Reined' is a never failing safe
guard against this daugeious disease. Its
reputation as a prevent' ve and cure of croup
is lull)- and firmly estab'ished. In fact, it is
the onh" remedy wu-ch can a -ways be relied
upon. Sold by Aldrich & Brown and J.
Acre lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision
one and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield University, the cheapest
and most desirable residence property in
Sedgwick county, terms easy. Enquire ot
A. T. Owen, at Hatton& Ruggles, ollice ove;
Wichita Natianal bank, or Bayley, Bros. &
Co.. 110 North Market street. dOO-tf
A new hotel in this city, handsomely furn
ished, for sale. Hardy Solomon, 327 Douglas
Have elegant dining cars attached to all
trains passing through Widiita, which are
under personal supervision of an experienced
caterer, and are supplied at all times with
every luxury the market affords. Try the
Frisco dining cars. dl40-tf
Dr. T. L. Andiews has returned to the
orajtice of his specialty diseases of the ear,
nose and throat iu the office of Dr. Min
mck, Temple block, Main street". Catarrh
deafness, etc., treated by the most approved
and safe methods. dl-0t-;-
I'roposals for Com let, Iabor.
Sealed nropo-sals wili be received up to 12
m, January 20th, 1Ss7, for surplus convict
labor at the Kansas state penitentiary.
Proposals should be addressed to the under
signed, care of the Warden, Penitentiary,
Lansing, Kansas; endorsed ''Proposals for
Convict Labor."' Circulars giving full par
ticulars will be furnished by the warden on
application. II. E. Hichteu,
dl-i)fc Chairman Board Directors.
Jack-ton A Shams.
The real estate firm of Jackson & Simms
will be pleased to have straugers and citizens
call at their place of business. Thoy have
at all times elegant driving teams hitched
at their place of business, and whether
they sell or not will bd pleosed to show our
live, thriving and splendid city, and they
wish to say to the public that they make a
sp-cialty of business lots on Main street and
Douglas avenue. In fact they have the finest
list of property aud lower prices than any
firm in the city. OlH -e 120 N Maiust, Wich
ita, Kas., up stairs ouer Shaw's Music store.
New York Cider.
I have just received an invoice of strictly
pure Yoi'k state cider. Ciias. D. Fuller,
dl5o-Gt 202 S. Douglas ave.
If you want to make money don't forget to
call on S. Drukker & Co,, the live real estate
brokers. They have some good bargains 111
Mam street lots and property on College
hill. Lots in all parts of the city. Some
good houses, etc., etc. Now is your time to
invest and don't you ferget it. No. 151 North
Main street, between Douglas and First
Five acres on Thirteenth stieet, three miles
f 1 0111 center of city, $0,000.
Cozixi: & Riddell,
dl50-0t No. 150 North Main street.
To Township Officers.
The 1agle Printing house have in stool
till the blanks that are Used by them in their
business, also justice dockets, civil and
cirininal combined, at as low a figure a any
establishment in tlie west. v7-lf
The Kaolk printing and blank book es
tablishment ij prepared to do all kinds of
job printing and biank book making, guar
anteeing their work to be iiret-ob3s in evry
respect. All counter work, ohecki, bonds,
perforated, numbered or loose at prices
oqunl to Kansas City or t-t. Louis.
Read and Order what you should
Have co Comply with the Law.
Each Township Trustee .should
htiv a fi-iisiec's lici-ord. Un:id Record,
I'oor I ( ird and a full sot of Town
ship ltl:iul:; aJco omi ,'stntioiiory.
New, nat and eommo Hom. Now ready for bus
iness Clos-to ill-pat. Colorado aenue, Colwieh,
K.-uisa l'atronaee solicited.
21 H i: TAl'P, Propr letor.
he People's Line.
.,. ., .
Hie lirClt m l.iLlCt' U'CiUMl:: jMV Car hOlltr.
St. Lanis, Ft. Scott S Wichita,
In conc't'n with Mo. Pac. Ry.
l now ruunln nHirnlns; and evening tralas aHy.
ineludliiK suad.vs. to
tyburn Patece SltwK 'urs oa Srtm Ivw
The Shortest Route to St Lours.
The Only Short. Direct Route to
TEXAS AND SOUTHERN POINTS
By wlrte hr p fnajev xtrm ori.
irtf- ItnBtter and xak 6ctmf-
All Texas Points Local to this System
1 if Ti --Vis's 'ji Si sisfc; isj 'jtevi ""-v.. B
AGAIN THE AX FALLS !
And. tnis time it toU cause as much
CONSTERNATION AMONG DRY GOODS IK
As an earthquake shock or a clap of thunder from a clear sky, and
prove correspondingly pleasing and popular with the public.
The Enterprise Special Annoiincemen
SANTA CLAUSE WILL
With his load of Holiday Goods, Presents, Novelties, etc., and as
these goods require room to he well displayed, we must
make room, therefore we will offer
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS !
. In all Departments Throughout this Month.
Now For the Milk in the Coeoarmt.
Do you want a bargain in a cloak, go to
Do you want a bargain in a wrap, go to
Do you want a bargain in underwear, go
to the Enterprise.
Do you want a bargain in knit goods, go to
-NOW IS THE APPOINTED TIME.
IsTo time should he lost as these special inducements can only last
109 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Boots and Shoes.
We sell no Shoddy Goods and our con
stantly increasing patronage assures
us that the methods we originally adopted
is the only one that is strictly just
between the buyer and seller.
Our stock is always the Largest in our
IE PRICE And that
All eoods are guaranteed to be exactly
as re ores en ted.
In all cases where goods are not satisfae-j
tory,youare allowed to return them
and the money is cheerfully refunded. If
you want to do business with us
some and see us.
S. W Corner Douglas Ave. and Market St.
SOON BE UPON THE
av. and Market St.
Always tlie Lowes
ARRIVAL OF NEW AND DESIR
Silk and Cashmere Mufflers to
hand. All have been purchased direct froir
For Beauty, Style, Elegance, Variety anfi
Loy Prices We Cannot be Equaled. I
Thirty pieces diagonal dress goods all colon, C 1-2 cents.
Twenty-five pieces cut plush, latest coloring, 0 cents.
Fifteen pieces extra heavy red twilled flannel, 25 cents.
Twenty-five dozen silk and silk velvet embroidered caps foi
children worth from $1.25 to $2.00; wvtntto cloee the:n our so v.i
use the knife and give you your choice for 89 cents.
Twenty dozen olack Coney fur
ered a bargain at $1.75.
Thirty-five dozen Yak lace hoods in all deslrafcie colore, oh lcc
33 cents. f
105 ladies1 gossamers, 75 cents.
100 dozen wool socks, 12
Twenty-eight dozen njgger
Fifty dozen pulse warmers, 4
Twenty bales comforts just
Fifty dress robes, the latest, 25
Two hundred pieces ladies'
choice designs at a sacrafice.
Fifty pieces canton flannel, 4 1
One lot Children's Cloaks, 0 to
Lot of Rariton Chinchilla Cloaks,
Six and Eicdn years, at! to go for
Ask to be
OOTS m SHOESt
One Hundred and Fifty Rem
nants of Table Linen at 00
- cents on the Dollar. More Bar
g-ains to Arrive.
WALLENSTEIN & COHN.
of Sill- T-TnnrlLfrr4irfc
muffs, s!lfcllnwl,8 cents: consid-
haads jerOT5, bhiflk, Drown am
per cant. off.
moslln undsrwdfw', VQry
y rrf ano
- 2 oenfc.
12 yours, GlKHCd J0C