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2j& iclxita gailg gagfte : gtxcstog gjitouing, patis-ii&sr 23. 1886.
el. "H. iiritDOCK .V I5KO.. I-rijirl'inrs.
ICEAIj KSTATK TXANiKIW.
Tad fullowinj urn tlu real 3tate transfers
rosorJd 1 id tht ofli - o" tha Roister of
F Burt to XV CIarou-e, lots 2-5, 2S, 30,
32, Estello add, Feirbatigh's add
M J Oliver to J M Boyd, lots 2, 4, G, S,
10, 12, Grecu st. an J odd loss from 1
to 11 ami even from 2 to lUonEstelle
ave, also odd lots from 1 to 11, Vol
utin ave, Oliver's sub-tliv
J M Eovd to .1 M Khuckeiford, even
lotoErom " to 12, Green eve. and odd
lots from I to II E-sl-;l- avo, Oliver's
C RomiwTd to C 2,1 Doyle, lots 77, 79,
81, 83, Butler & 1'isherV mid
Merriman Tail: Co to .7 S Foote, lot 1.
1,11: IL lle-rimau Pari; Co's add
SI'S Eiliott to G IV Clark, loi 23,
llaiiis-t, G -e:lTra-t -ins add
M A MilU t A .7 KfttfiaD, lot-; 14, 10,
1'-, 1 Wii'-hir.-'.oii-.-ivonu.--. Mills add
Care-v l'ai-k Laud Co L R Cole, lots
IM.'SS, :i'J, :-', blk i, G ry r.iri:
3Ierri:nau Park L-jt-.d Co t-j.T S Foote
lota 4, S, blk H, .-1t -.nm Pari:
N A Eugu-h to A A II ljr.'y, o hf of
lot r., blk 0, Kui;IiIA' 4th .!
F "Williams to JL .1 Karr-tt, 20 aus off
s sid" or u hf of -e jr a.'id j hf of to
qr, 12, 20, lw
S wu:-o lo .t J1 o :.. v. lot blk So,
P Getto to :. ,i. Ah o'.i, 8M. 3-, S., b'J,
U AKenavoGotlOo.-id 1
TV G Ro'.th to T XV Su.wr. v.- ; 2r 0
blk 4 ttncou st. Knsli-h's4Ui a Id. . . .
J ?i Ktl'ion to V C .Stern, lots 17, 16,
blk 1!', .lunction To.vii Go add
Junction Town Go Ui J 27 Kiliion, lots
37, IS, blk 10, Junction Town Go
J G Williams to I K Mit lot; U, 1.",
Jo, 17, 11), 45, 47, blk 1, Wahinston
DA Easter to A It H-wily, lots 70,
72, 74, 70. Pattio ave. ll df '.) add
Hci-rinian Park Laud Go to A XV Davis
lot blk H McrriiiHi'i! Park
Wm O Brewster to J S Foolf lot- 2-",
27, i-ovstors add
Merriman Pork Land Go to Johnson rc
Blackwelder lot 1 blk A, Mernxnau
Merriman Park Land Co to L J D.ivis
Int. " 1.1k- H. Merriman Park
J S Tombrill to K A Heker lots 10!, UC,
Texas av, Mayf r'.s add SiOO
XV D McGormiek to.) J' lio.-er iols ,
91, 9:J, 05, Lu'u ave MGorinicks add
Peter Getto to III (r Stoddard lots 87,
80, 1)1, Clevelond ave, Getto's add.. ..
P Glunt to G Snyder, lots 7;!, 7o, 4th
ave, Orme it Phillips add
J Kluuell to XV Heller, :) acres toir n
w'da of t-o 1-1 of ir.v 1-1 and 20 acres
of s side lot.",. 2y-20-lo
S B German to R A Low n 1-2 of .so
Riverside Lind Go-fo 11 Y Newton, lot',
10'J, 170. 1TJ, 17."),Goolo Icjo ave River
side add 2OT0
S L Hamilton to C XV Jlobery, uu 1-4
Tlio Ijiidiu. Aiil So 'wly of Sous of Veter
an r will ;ivi a baskeS Iau:h social at Odd
Fellow'.? Hall, "Wednesday eve., November
21th, to v.l.ieh all ft land ; of tho cau-.o are in
Scban RilUi Sston, lV. u'.'-n year old son
of Mrs. J. T. Sestou. living at No. G"J) North
Market, met v.-ith quito a painful aecident
Sni'3r.fvenini;- lb -with .several compau
ions n-erti playing on tha sidewalk in trout
of his home when be f-dl and broke oae of
Gupdrvi5.iu2: Aivuitwt Richey made n, a
call yesterday. The plans for the basement
anil tMccavalions have bnon rocoived, but
whether the foundation will b: piling or ce
ment has not been determined. Tho founda
tion is to s'J soveu f-jet and four inches below
grade. The building will probably bo of
stono or a ooiubinatiou of stouu and brick,
three slono above tho basumont and eighty
b- one hundred feet wpiare. AVork will
commcu-u on the ox'-ava) ion innueaiately.
AU. AT ,OKK.
"iatnlay was a beautiful day and well
8uit' for rushing work on the many iucom
jnet Vbuildings now in tho eit All hands
were Visy at w ork ifiiprovhiK tho time and
wM:i'ry that tho weather prophets would be
able to seo only tho clear sky for a few more
wevks continuously. Quito a number of the
buildings could bo completed in ouo more
week if favorab!.' weather. Three or four
da.s for work will tlu I the building to be
used by Philkps & Konnon in the vinegar
Gol Bro., who now own tho Trem nit
house, v.i:i move tao buildinf; next spring to
tli-T corner of Fourtlt avonua and "Williams
strivfc. Tho building will still be u-etl for
Mr. Darning, w!k ovrns tho loti where the
Tremont now stand.s, expects to erect nn
elegant hotel next spring on thit site, lie
o.vns a !vj5:!er of lino hotote in Missouri and
Illinois aud is a thorough hotel man, and
siys he will give Wichiti anothar first-class
house. The building will have a front of
sovont3'-livo feet, o:u hun Ired fet de?p aud
fourstoric high. "Work will commence as
soou a-, the weather will allow next spring.
Mr. Mulford, jiastor of the Fir.st Baptist
Church Atehisou, preached two interesting
SM-mons at theFii-st Baptisct Church of this,
A series of revival meetings will be con
ductod at tho Fir-t Baptist Church this week.
The ;w.stor will Ihj n.sRistxl by Major Ponn,
of Tcxrs. "
"Will Salan ler.a pleasant nul accommodat
ing yo'iug man, ha takeu clnre of the de
livery department iu the "Western Fuion
Telegraph Co , ice G. Powell, resigned.
Mr. Hachett, the m.t'i.iger, repio.-.ts that ali
business men leare their address with the
oflld aud thus facilitote the delivery of mes-
Frosh country hatter at 2."c per pound at
Sn?iulianer-MerkleSup!v Co. datf
li.-ir lHdy to romp and s thj finest dis
play of diamonds, cold aud silver wntohes iu
iiHiitn, t in. lvasd s jwlry sf-e.
Look out for thU wik. we will ml! on vou
for vottr onlw. nud sell vou Htnto Jtjo p-r
In:. " Kice 4 lb-, for Hoc. ' lUitect ten 4.V jkt
lb. .tapan tei :c jer lb. OJoaz ton 5V per
lb Guupowiier n 50c pr lb. RtocottW 0 lbs.
for $1 M. Granulated sngar 15 lb for $1 Wl
t sugar 10 lbt $l.iK. Dark brown sugtr 2t
i.. ivt .?l.X Pan N. O luoiaww; t,V- per
gal. luro sor&hum 4.V- per irL Supir
cured tuuiK 11 I 'Jc p?r lt. Sugar cored
breakfast Imumq 1 1c jer lb. Gallon t aw dm
pl sjrnip. choioi 75c etn-h Hooey ta cpotb
2 k- per lb Ertractsl couev c pt-r IK
Tttrw lb cu tonmt4ie 10c each. Thnw lb
caisn Ukbte h. ;. IV .jr cna Two lb cam
corn. 1 ro. Uwlb. c a -moa. wrh.
lVt hoc; vWt 4c r lh. Cahftmila rmuin
1 7-ar . CtM. ! pur lb. Lrd Nr per
lu. H nMRMt; -nnrtit l.V and Sic per
! ge. AW f r pk CaMtawt 3r
lr lb PutW h- prrd.t Ktrterkran
prr Hi. LaaLtenm rW g wxBx
taking f ia Uitk 1 imT & Ftmk
oyn-pjrqt Wy " par ft, w
nIiPwrH Knit AtHrad. Craav
Umalttift:. Lmmmfft 4a Onattat
wm 3 t. mm LatMrTiSK
e. u. rur,i,i:o.
The following tribute to our laic fellow
tawnsman is taken from tin Advanco-Suu,
Red "Viug, Miunasota, Mr. Phillco's former
A telegram was received in this city at 10
o'clock Friday, by tho relatives of E. B. Phil-
Ieo, notifying them or his death at Wichita,
Kansas-, after a lingering and most painful
illness. Mr. Philleo was from childhood un
til a few years a resident of this county.
While quite young he enlisted in the Third
Minnesota infantry volunteer regiment as a
private, October 10, Wl, and re-enlisted
February 29, l.v;4. Ho was promoted to the
position of sergeant aud after faithful Fer
vice was discharged with his regiment. Af
ter his discharge he obtaineda business edu
cation at one of tho leading commercial col
leger aud wa.? then employed as bookkeeper
for Howe Bros., iu the old Bluff saw mills.
He was retained as bookkeeper after tho or
ganization of the Red Wing mills, and was
tor several years secretary of that corpora
tion, remaining in that positioa until he
bouirht out and succeeded to tho business of
Lawrence Bros., as dealer in books aud sta
tionery. TLi- business he continued until he
commenced arranging to remove to Kansas.
He was married in 1M5 13 Mii Liura AVest,
of Cannon Palls, who ua .idariru-tered to
her husband during his ong iliness with tho
devotion and faithfulness characteristic
of her true, nob!.", womanly nature.
He leave thr.-e c'liiJitn as the
fruits of this happy marriage. 3Tr. Philleo
was a brave, gallant soidier. a useful citizen
aud most actie nirai'wr of the Presbyterian
church, whi h. aided by hij faithtul wife, he
served most efficiently, at his new home in
Wichita, as well as in tL: cit'. His disease
was cancer and hi? MnlVrings toward the last
are said to have bsvui mot excruciating.
Thus, one by one, enfeeble I by tho exposures
of army service or sulleriu from diseases
contracted in southern marches, tho old sol
diers droy from the rapidly diminishing
rauks It is now time that our country
should remember the veterans and their fam
ilies with a liberality worthy so great a
Fresh country butter at 2-"ic per pound at
Stoinhauser-Merkle Supply Go. dotf
Notice is hereby given that M. XV. Lovy
wan on tho 2oth day of September, A. D.
laO, appointed guardiau of the person and
e.tate or John Liuot, a jeion of unsound
miud. iiL XV. Levy. w.'XJ-it
Notice is hereby given to ali agents that
thj Delmonico hotel i.s withdrawn from sale.
S. A. V. Hart well,
do-t Newton, Kan.
Tho Great JJurllntrton Jtonte.
It is a daisy every day in tho year. Every
body takes the Burlington when they visit
their wife's people from Kansas City, Atchi
son and St. Jo?, because it is always on timo
and waits for ail conuections. do-lt
Fremii country butter at 2-jo per pound at
Steinhauscr-Merklo Supply Go. d."tf
One UundrcJ Men and Teams.
Sub-contractors work on Chicago, Kan
sas and Nebraska railroad. Apply at John
A. Newcouib's camp, twelve miles northwest
of Hutchinson, or write to Hutchinson, Kan
sas. Jon:. A. Niv,co5in.
Novembers.1. ls0. d5-12L
A bright bay hor.ie, .-even year.; old, in
good flej.h, a lew saddle marks, mane wore
oir on neck, shod all round, one white hind
foot. A reward of .7." will bo paid for the
arrest of tho thtif and horse; 2.Ti lor tho
hor.se without thief. J as Lo.VGMiitts,
V.'iekita, Kan., Nov.22d, 1S80. d.l-tf
Fre-h country butter at 2r.c ;
Steinhausur-Merkle Supply Co.
Lots in this addition are going rapidly and
prices will soon be advanced. 1 he owner
consider. this sufficient notice to all who
have not as et accepted the pre. jnt prices
.s given by "his agents. Those contemplat
ing a purchase should call early ; n 1 make
Their selection, llotchkius & "Wheeler, agts,
Douglas avenue corner of Market. 13-lt
I wish to notify all my customers that we
have just received an invoice of 11 cars of
hard coal, and wi!l deliver it immediately.
Do-i't fed uueasv. IIacaEP. & Jackso.n.
Special notico to all real estate agents. I
hereby withdraw my property lrom the
market from this date. J. W. Neal.
Nov. 22, lSMj 5Uv
"Wo nro building nu addition to our stable
on Toji'ka ave., aud will have room by the
1st of December for several more boarders.
Comn and see us and we will guarantee satis
faction. d5-bt Hewav Br.os.
Host CluU I'jrty.
Fashionable gentlemen that will attend the
Boat Club Party ball, Thanksgiving night
shoultl not fail to visit Goldstaudt's and in
sect their elegant and new lino of full dress
shirts and shirt studs, evening tics, collars,
mfr-, fancy an I bti ! hoje and other fur-ni-hings
necessary for the ooc.issiou at Gold
Fref.li countiy butter 2-"ic
Steiuhuuser-Merkle Supply Co.
lor pound at
Cozino & P.iJd-di have quite a number of
bargains east. We sell, and sell quick. Come
and see us at "(' N. Main street. 41"iG-0t
The new map of Kingman count" gives
names of all land owners; mounted on cloth,
varnished, townships colored, etc. Address.
Reynolds & Darling,
We linvo for sa'o for a few days four new
houses each on 50 foot of ground iu the cen
tral part of the city. They are special bar
gains and will be sold on easy terms if ap
plied for this week.
dliiUf IH7 Douglas Ave.
A good card cutter in first-class oixler.
Will sell cheap. Enquire at this oOice, dS0-tf
Fivo acrtvs on Thirteenth street, three miles
from center of city, $.oui).
Cozing & Riddell,
dl.0-0t No. .( North Main street
Jackson A simsua.
The real estate firm of Jackson & Simms
will le pleased to have strangers and citizens
call at their place of business. Thov have
at all time- elegant driviug teams h'iu-hed
at their place of business, and whether
they sell or not will bo ph-osed to show our
lho. thriving and splendid city, and thv
wish to say to the public that tliev make a
-p-cialty of business lots on .Main srtreet and
Douglas avenue. In fact they lutvo the fnu-st
list of property and lower prices than anv
firm in the city. Office 120 N Main st, Wicli
ita, Kas, up stairs oucr Shaw's iiufie store.
Ebv! ot.s nu Second street $8,300.
Cuisi.sK Sz P."WF.LL,
dl5G-St No. 150 North Main street.
Eight lots on Estella ave. ono block from
t-oiuias ave.l2tu a 1 t; ln!f ca.h: east front.
rourlotson cor Xlnn'e mil "RsLMlr. 1
one Woclv from rai- line. ea3t troata. ".-r. n
lot : ono-half cjish
Light loti oa Krie st. one siul
blxcs from car iin, $175 r. lot.
cash. Ixilauce on or before 5 veatrs.
a0 tt. corner SecoiHt and Ash sis., went
front, for ?2.5X). This is a bargain for a
few day only.
Cosivc & F.IDEU
15M Q- 156 Ncvth Maia st
Try our fine tafci, we iairort them oar
selvM, mad atti$ lasr tm for ariakntc trcal
tXitm. Strmhamrr-Ma-klf snpptr Co." dlS5f
Tor chntB rates to
Strn,thr-k-fcB broker, 335 Em DwsUk
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Kae iciw CHMML I rasa
CTHPiflk SHPi jubof K
J. A. Talmage & Co., 200 North Main s
have lighted their new store with the beauti
ful Albo-carbon light. Go and seo it dS-tf
The gas light of the future is the Albo-car
bon light, it burns with a bright incandes
cent flow'far superior to the electric light
Go and see it a. J. A. Talmage S; Go's,
queensware store 2:i0 North Main fat. do-tf
Two expert basque makers wanted at once.
Good wages paid.
-tf Mciso: & McMaz-ara.
Worse Than a i'lro Alarm.
One of the most dreadful alarms that can
be sounded in a mother's ears is produced by
croup; dreadful, because it is lmown to be
dangerous; the moro dreadful because the
life of a loved one is in jeopardy. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is a never failing safe
guard against this "dangerous disease. Its
reputation as a preventive and cure of croup
is fully and firmly established. In fact, it is
the only remedy which can always bo relied
upon. "Sold by Aldrich & Brown and J.
Acre lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision
one and a half mile went of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield University, the cheapest
and most desu-able residence property in
Sedgwick county, terms easy. Enquire of
A. T. Owen, at Hatton& Ruggle, office over
Wichita Natianal bank, or Bayley, Broi &
Co., 110 North Market street dOO-rf
A new hotel in this city, haudsomelv furn
ished, for sale. Hardy Solomon, 327 Douglas
avenue. " d!25-tf
Have elegant dining cars attached to all
t - is passing through "Wichita, which are
r personal supervision or an expenenceu
r, and are supplied at ail times with
luxury the market -affords. Try the
Frisco dining cars. dl40-tf
Dr. T. L. Andrews has returned to the
Dractice of his specialty diseases of the ear,
noso and throat in the office of Dr. Min
uick, Temple block, Main street. Catarrh
deafness-. 0tc, treated by tho most approved
aud safe methods. dl-Ot
Proposals for Convict .Labor.
Sealed proposals will bo received up to 12
nr, January 20th, 18S7, for surplus convict
labor at the Kansas state penitentiary.
Proposals should be addressed to the under
signed, care of tho "Warden, Penitentiary,
Lansing, Kansas; endorsed "Proposals for
Convict Labor." Circulars giving full par
ticulars will be furnished by the warden on
application. H. E. Richteh,
dl-Dt Chairman Board Directors.
The Albo-carbon light shown at J. A. Tal
mage & Co.'s, 2.30 North Main st, is an es
tablished success. It increases the candlo
power of gas from five to seven candle pow
er. For prices and particulars call at the
gas office, 145 North Main st. JJ-tf
Leave n list of your property if you wish it
sold quick. Hardy Solomon, 327 Douglas
If you want to make money don't forget to
call on 8. Dmkker & Co tho live real estate
brokers. I hey have some good bargains in
Main 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
AVo have a few cars of anthracite coal just
received, which wo will divide among our
customers. Wichita Coal and Fuel Go.
Go to seo how cheap you can buy silvcr-wa.-e
at XV. ICasaCl'-; jewelry store. dl-Ot
For turkeys, chickens, ducks, geese, choice
wiuter apples, and pure- sweet cider, send
your ordeis by postul card to tho East End
store, l"oi Esist Douglus avenue. dl-4t
Tho largest st'ick and finest selection of
gold spectacle;? in the city, at XV. Kassel's
jewelry store. ' dl-Ot
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will bo received at tha office of tho
county clerk of Sedgwick county, Kansas,
until noon of "Wednesday, December 1, 1SS0,
to furnish 500 feet of three-eights boiler iron
or three eights five-ply chrome steel for floor
ing six seven feet by seven feet cells and cor
ridor attached, said flooring to be put down
in a substantial manner and to be finished
within such time as the board of count com
missioners may require when contract is
The board of county commissioners resorvo
the right to reject any or all bids.
By order of board. E. 1'. Fop.d,
dl-td County clerk.
Largest stock of silver plated knives, forks
and spoon, at "Wm. Kassel's. Cheaper than
ever. Gall and convince yourself. dl-Ot
Special Cloair Sato
At Mrs. Klcntz 153 North Main street on
November 25, 20, 27. d4-7t-wJ0-lt
Tho "Wichita Coal and Fuel company at an
extra expense have secured and have on hand
a few cars of hard coal to help their custom
ers through the famine. dl-tf
Ladles, don't forget the sjvjcial wrap and
cloak salo at Mr.-. KlenU', 15", 1ST. Main street.
Ladies, you can gek a cloak and hat for
what you will pay for a cloak elsewhere by
calling on Mrs. Klenti:, I.kJ N. Main street.
Isotice is hereby given that tho loan firm
of J. F. Reese & McBe is this day dissolved
13 mutual consent. J. F. Reewi will contin
ue the business at the old stand.
XV. L. McBee,
d3-3t J. F. REE8E.
The lli"t semi-annual dividend of the 4th
series of the Forest City Building and Loan
Association will be declared on tho 7th day
of Decemlwr, lbSO. All persons desiring
stock in said series ca.
date without ndditii.
date tho dividend will
of the stock.
I'-jtfribe up to that
ost. After that
i ided to the price
Nov. 10, 1SS0.
CliaiHberlaln'i Eye and SJrln Olmnisnt
Is cooling and soothinr, when applied
sensitive parts, t promptly relieves iuila
mation, chafmg and soreness of skin, and all
smarting aud itrhing diseases. It has cured
chionic inlL'tuimatiou of the eyes, when
every other treatment had failed. Sold by
Aldrich i'c Brown and J. P. Allen. 155-tf
4 lots on Estelle avenue at G00 fc
duvs onh. This is a bargain.
See Co'zino & Riddell at 150 North Main
"We have propertv- North, South, East and
AVe have two new additions on the market.
Buy at oueo. They are goim; like hot cakes.
Cozine A: Riddell,
dl50-0t 150 North Main street.
Is the only line from "Wichita that runs
double dailv trains solid to bt Ixiuis with-
i.--.,-f ,- f ot- i-;.- nu.-n. ,i:
-. ,.,-r. f- .n r,.-.,-.. A.r. or,.i ..k
east aud north and northeast. ILttts alwavs
as low as via, other lines. For particular!,
maps, time tables, etc., call on XV. D. Mur
dtvk. ticket agent, Frisco line. 119 North
Main street and Union depot or F. D. Rus
sell, general we&tem agent, S27 Dotsgt&s
DrcicltsT linior sxat-Mnecfts cub. b
c-nrc-1 at the txSkx at ?! per thocHend
T-tj-jr iaMiVii-fc- i irfiM i titjF ntntiiiM ! .
me taeir j-oc-i- aaa gt prg-fe, onter ioag-
h man iot-Kan , Wictete.
llxrpar Sr Mar.
3at-r n mr Va.
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I aamam xnvnm- iz txm. ameymr.
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n iWyT 8O4UB0flHC
Draws the Crowds to the
Co set the useful
cles for winter -.Wear.
The most welcome "visitor to any
We have recently purchased from several
mills in closing ots , the largest line
of these goods ever brought West.
THE ENTIRE LOT
Has arrived, we cannot possibly store
them all, so have concluded to mark them
at a margin of 5 per cenfc over cost and
let them go. This is the grandest oppor
tunity for the people of wichifca and
Sedgwick county to buy.
have your winter supply it will
you to invest if compelled to keep
until the following- winter.
Begining Nov. 22.
Lot No. 1.
Lot No. 2.
Lot No. 3.
50 pairs white blankets, three rows of red border, 93c
45 pair white blankets, red and blue borders, 1.30 a pair.
65 pair white blankets, extra heavy, extra size, three
row border, 1.98;
Lot No. 4. 70 pair white blankets, full size, bound, a Deauty for
Lot No. 5. 90 pair white blankets, three rows red and blue border,
11-4 size. 3.S9.
Lot No. 6, 48 pair white blankets, full size, bound with elegant
bright borders, 4.43.
Lot No. 7. 39 pair white blankets, 12-4 size, strictly all wool, an or
nament to any household, 5.00.
75 pair strictly all wool red blankets, 3.18.
65 pair Strictly ail wool red blankets, 12-4, Large. Biggest drive ev
er known, 5.00.
20 bales single bed comforts 49c.
10 bales double bed 98c.
12 bales good size bed comforts, splendid weight 1.23.
8 bales extra size bed comfort?, fast co lors, excellent weight 1.60.
10 bales extra large size bed comforts, oil red, fancy stitched, ex
tra heavy weight, 1.S9.
above prices are
ever placed before you and the rarest
WA3JLMTMil$ & 0M.
and w arin arti-
1 n - p
will be made
Ending Nov. 27.
the grandest values
And this time it
CONSTERNATION AMONG DRY GOODS HOUSE
As an earthquake shock or a clap of thunder from a clear sky, and
prove correspondingly pleasing and popular with tho public.
SANTA CLAUSE WILL
bs EBB teas SID S B W SLn
"With his load of Holiday Goods. Presents, Novelties, etc., and as
these goods require room to be well displayed, wo must
make room, therefore we will offer
In all Departments
Now For the Milk
Do you want a bargain in a cloak, go
Do vou want a bargain in a wrap, go
Do you wan,t a bargain in underwear, go
to the Enterprise.
Do you want a bargain in knit goods, go to
1GW IS THE APPOINTED TIME.
No time should be lost as these special inducements can only last
JL 1. JjLj
109 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Boots and Shoes.
We sell no Shoddv Goods and our eon-
stantly increasing patronage assures
us that the methods we originally adopted
is the only one that is strictly just
between the buyer and seller.
is always the Largest in
mw I iu
All goods are
In all cases where goods are not satisfac
tory, you are allowed.to return them
!and the money is cheerfully refunded. I
I yew want to do business with us
I come and see us.
ji W Coprw Douglas Ave. and Market St
AX FALtS !
will cause as much
SOON BE UPON THK
l r a "6 I 5 s
Throughout this Month.
in the Coeoanut.
av. and Market St.
?ki flat Always flic kwrci.