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ARE TOD GOING?
L. .11. CitA-.vroRD, Manager.
Are yon going to buy E03ks
for Holiday Gifts? Pries tnem
at the ENTERPRISE.
Are you going to buy Books in
sets for a Ciulstmas present?
See prices at the iHTEKPR SE.
Are you going to buy Child
ren's Books? Come to the EN
TERPRISE and see assortment
and Low Prices.
HOLIDAY -:- GOODS!
Monday and Tuesday, December 10 & 11,
The Young American Actor, 3Ir. Alden
Supported by Miss Frances Fields and his own
powerful company, in the Greatest Drama
of the at;e, from, the mot wonlriul novel
v er written, Alexander Dumas'
MONTE -:- CHRISTO.
This Company Carries its own Scenery.
Sale of seats commences Friday. December 7.
TOYS ITOR THE MILLION.
XCURSIONISTS, DELEGATES TO CONVENTION,
1st door west of Eagle office.
-All Cordially Invited to Inspect Our Grand Array of XMAS GOODS.-
ClRAWFOKD GRAND OPKRA HOUSE.
' lt.il. trraw ford, Manuger.
f552 pw $ 'WS9 "ir 9Q
ONE NIGHT ONLY
AND GRAND SATURDAY MATINEE.
SATDKDAY, - DECEMBER - lath.
A TRIUMPH DRAMATIC. Re-appearanco of
Society's Favorite Stars,
JOS. E. G-RISMER
And their excellent Supporting company of artists
in two powerful productions, opening with a
Grand Saturda Matinee. In Clay M.
Grecn'a Highly roaiantlo pi.iy,
P O R G I V E I.
Saturday nlcht the first time hero of Frank
Harey' masterpiece, tho celebrated melodrama,
"THE WORLD A&AUTST HER,'
Roth plavs abounding with st'rrluff (situations,
KartUns climaxes and roaring comedy.
No advance in prices. Reserved coats on sale
V ednehdny morning December 12th.
CRAWFORD GRAND OPERA HOUSE
L. M. Cuawtoud. Manaecr.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
FRIDAY DECEMBER 14TH
The World Renowned Author-actor
CHAS. ERIN VERNER-
In his own original version of the beautiful, ro
toiantic, historical play
TheRonld Boy of GhncalL supported by the
Reautiful, tmotional actress
MISS KATERINE WALSH.
Under the solo direction of Mr. T. II. Wlnnctt.
Sale of scats commences Wednesday, Dec. 12;
The following are the transfers of real
estate filed in the recorder's office yester
day: McConib & Shearman to Emporia
Ave. Baptist church, lots 2 and 4
Emporia ave., Burleigh's add SlUOOO
V. W. Dill to C. H. Nell, lots 11 and
12. block 2, Kosemd add
C. "V. Jacobs to E. L. Dice, lots 01
and G(, Wabash ave., Wabash add
J. B. Sprugerate to H. C. .. Keifer,
lots a2 to 42 block 1, Kansas City
and to Wichita
0. II. Watkins to J. T. Gotlirisht,
lots 82 to fc3, Hendrix ave., Glen
A. T. liindwall to E. S. Bowers, lots
9 to 15, block 10, Orchard Grove
'J. S. Larrimer to S. E. Woodworth,
lots 27 and 29 Pratt ave., Kogers
Frank Lindewall to M. E. Clark, lot
34 and 30 Alain street, English's
H. Rrbinson to B.. Forman. lots 7
and 9 Pen u ave., Kansas add
B. S. Garrison to Edgar A. Dor.sey,
lot.-, 20, 15. 40, Grove st., Allen's 3rd
J. H. Baldwin and wife to W. R.
Baldwin, tie hf 33-27-3w
J. E. Lafferty to S. A Caldwell, lots
27 and 29, Emporia ave., Zimmer
ly's 2ud add
Ir.in and Law to C S Caldwell, lots
37 39 hlk n south University place
J D Beaver to C L Hungate, lots
10 17 Carmichael ave Smythes sub
F D Brook'to CS Ca'ldwelViots'i.'ii".
f 7 9 11 Hillside ave Hillside sub
Hogshead of old-fashioned Now Orloans
Migaron tup at fifteen pounds for $1 at
Keller's grocery, 215 South Main street.
Ask your grocer for "Magnet" soap.
Notice to Safe and Vault Ituilders.
Proposals will bo received by the Board
pf State House Commissioners of the State
Df Kansas at. their office in Topeka. Kansas
until 2 o'clock j. m., Thursday, January
8, 1SS9, for the building of a fire and burg
lar proof vault for the State Treasurer's
Outside and foundation walls are already
built to receive vault. Space to be occti
oieil by the vault is fourteen feet six inches
by twenty-nine feet four inches. Diaurams
ud requirements will be furnished on ap
plication to tl'earchuect, Kenneth McDon
Uld, Louisville, Ky. 22-23 1
Seven bars '"Palm Oil' soap for 25 cents.
Fancy Xew Orleans sugar to arrive
Monday. 15 pounds for -M.(K. .7 no. A.
Jewelt & Co., 222, East Douglas. tI20-2t
All Wichita grocers sell "Magnet'' soap.
Blank note booses for sale at this office.
Drder.s by mail promptly attended to. Ad
dress The Wichita Eagle, Wichita. Kan.
"Magnet" soap is strictly pure. 22-10t
Tlio Shcpard and Chapman Mortice Coiapany
Make. live year farm and city loans Also
loans inoiwy on short time on first and sec
ond mortgages and on good notes. Money
pjiid at once. Office 203, second floor,
fcedewick building. 12S tf
"Snow Drop soap for batli and toilet,
Get your ink, crayon, oil and water col
or portraits for holiday presents at Rog
Fancy New Orleans suirar to arrive
Monday. 15 pounds for $1. "JnaA. Jcw
ett & Co., 222, East Douglas. d20-2t.
"Magnet" soap is full weight. 22-10t
No cotton seed oil there. Where In
Whittaker's lard at Dorsey's. d20-3t
Take the new short line, a K. & X.
Rock Island route, to Kansas Citv, St,
Joseph, Chicago aud St. Louis. 114-tf
Blank receipt books for sale at this office.
Orders by mail promptly attended to. Ad
dress the Wichita Eacle, Wichita, Kan
leather and Clotli
Alphabetical index tabs made to order
Orders by mail promptly attended to. Ad
dress the Wichita Eagle, "Wichita, Kan.
Riant City I ase.
Onr form of lease on city property is the
most complete and perfect one yet gotten
up. It was prepared by an attorney who
s authority on such business. 84-tf
Free reclining chair cars are now running
on all trains on the C, K. & X. R'y -Rock
Island Route," between Wichita, Topeka,
Kansas City. St. Joseph, Chicago, St.
Ranging in price from
2 cents ana upward.
Come and see tlieni
tis a treat for you.
Cost you nothing to
look and tout little
more to "buy.
We have all, any
thing, everything you.'
could possibly desire.
All we ask is, look
AT THE BATTLE OF GRAVELOTTE.
Tho ramoua Staff Sheridan Ono of tho
World's Grandest Scene-.
Drawing nigh, we saw the famous stail
around the king and Moltke. They had
baited on the way from Rezonville to Grave
lotte, at a point from which could be ob
served the movements of the right wing of
the German arm3, and there they remained
three hours. Bismarck was reclining on a
blanket doubled and thrown on the dusty
ground, whore there were remnants of stalks
of clover. He had a French knapsack made
of calfskin with the hair on for a pillow, and
his head was sheltered by a strip of French
tent, held br two wooden spikes. His atti
tudo was that of dejection as well as weari
ness. The king wore a very long light blue
overcoat and his helmet, and was erect aud
alert. A colored servant was in charge of
his carriage. The three carriages belonged
respectively to the king, Bismarck aud
Standing near the king, his feet wide apart
and holding a field glass to his eyes, was
Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, who was Bismarck's
guest, and had ridden to the field in the car
riage of the chancellor. The old uniform of
Sheridan was dingy beside the new clothes
worn by tho German leaders, who had been
in tho field but three weeks, and had not en
countered many rain and dust storms. The
hour was twenty minutes after li, and the
sounds of battle began to thicken and deepen.
The scattering shots of tho skirmishers were
lost in the roar of firing by regiments, and
tho tremendous German artillery began to
play like some sublime orchestra. Thcro
were many dead horses aud many blood
stains about, and a penetrating, sour smell
camo from them. Between two swollen mon
sters 1 located my cherished chair, and, tak
ing tho only "reserved seat" at that stupen
dous performance, adjusted my field glass and
was soon absorbed in ono of the grandest
scenes that mortal over gazed upon.
It occurred to mo at tho moment that no
descriptive language could be better than
that emplo3'cd by Henry J. Raymond iu
writing of tho battle of Solfenuo. He said
that two storm clouds seemed to have de
scended to the earth, and to be pouring their
lightnings and thundenngs into each other.
The masses of pearly w Into gunpowder smoko
hero pillars of fleec3" snow rising to the
tkies, and there whirling abysses of vapor,
vibrating as if electrified wcro darkl
streaked b' burning villages, and the sky
over tho French lines, whero the iron rain of
tho German artillery fell, was spotted vith
tho tiny clouds puffed h- tho exploding
1 could see the galloping of horsemen bear
ing order through the fkry mist the surging
march of tho troops, block after block of the
blue divisions of Germany crowding to tho
left the sparkle of steel and of the helmets,
liko flashes of starlight on a raging tea tho
long darts of firo from tho breech loading
cannon of tho Germans, hich were each
discharged at times almost as fast as a cow
boy fires his revolver I could discern the
French positions for near three miles outlined
by flickering tire, aud billows of smoko that
seemed to swell from a series of Niagaras;
and 1 heard the awful uproar comprehending
a thousand stunning shocks, rising at times
to a majesty that was beyond all faculty of
moasuromeut, aud reminded ono of a tran
scendent burst of music but there was noth
ing in all tho wonderful pyrotechnics and
monstrous clamor t-o tell how tho battlo was
going. ilurat Halstead in Tho Century.
Tho Kmpresa of Austria.
During my stay at Tucker's hotel I had
several good opportunities to see tho empress
ot Austria. She is a very tall woman, with
a long body aud remarkably small waist.
At a httlo distance, owing to her ease of car
riago and springy gait, -ou would put her
down at So. A closer inspection shows tho
lines in her faco. Her dark brown hair is
usually done up in tight braids at the back.
Her complexion, from constant exposure, is
as brown as that of a sailor. I was struck
with tho length of her feet and the size of
her hands. Tho latter, for a woman, ap
peared to bo simply enormous. I watched
her one day coining up from tha boat. She
was drestd in a gown of gray material, with
three old fashioned flounces running round
it. Her long waist was covered ith a tightly
fitting black jacket. In her left hand sao
held a straw colored parasol, and in the
right tho empress clutched a book and red
fan. Two of tho fishermen helped this
eccentric lady out cf tho boat, and
one of her own servants followed
with tho rugs and wraps upon his arm. The
empros is certainly a wonderful walker. She
strides over the ground at a tremendous rate.
In walking from the beach she bad com
pletely distanced her solitary attendant.
Then tho emperor's wife disappeared into
Tucker's, mounted tho stairs and was soon :n
her apartment over tho billiard room. In
spite of the dowdiness of her attire tha
empress would attract attention anywhere by
a certain air of distinction, due in a measure
toihe elecance of tier Crura arid xha ii
h M Bo
Boston Store. BOSTON - STORE.
fe Have More
- v agon;
Flying ' D iitelimen
We could continue to write about them until the entire paper would
toe filled complete celling you what we have. Come
and see, then toe convinced.
with wiucn sue carries ncrselJ. It was to mo
surprising that a woman of such broad
shoulders and length of limb could exist,
much less take such exaggerated forms of
exorcise, considering tho disparity between
; her shoulders broader than Mrs. Langtry's
, and the eighteen inch waist which licr
I majestj' prido3 herself upon retaining from
1 girlhood. 2ew York Press.
Crumps In the Log.
Many persons of both sexes are greatly
troubled with cramps in one or both their
legs. It comes on suddenly and is very
severe. Most people jump out of bed (it
nearly always comes on cither just after go
ing to btd or while undressing) and ask some
ono to rub tho leg. l have known it to last
for hours, till in despair they would send tor
tho family physician, aud even thon it would
be hours betoro the spasm would let up.
There is nothing easier than to make tho
spasm let go its hold, and it can bo accom
plished without sending for a doctor, who
may bo tired and in need of a good night's
rest. When 1 havo a patient who is subject
to cramp 1 always adviso him to provide
himself with a good strong cord. A Jong
garter will do if nothing eh.o is handy.
lien tho cramp comes on tako tho cord,
wind it around tho leg over the place that is
cramped, and take an end iu each hand and
givo it a sharp pull ono that will hurt a
little. Instantly the cramp will let up aud
tho sufferer can go to bed assured it will not
coma on again that night. Dr. St. Clair iu
Herald of Health.
Social Condition or Russia.
The Hon. George V. JSf. Lothrop, lato min
ister to Rus ia, in a published letter, makes
some interesting comments on Mr. Kennan's
articles 111 The Century. lie believes Mr.
Kennan's statements to bo m tho main cor
rect, but thinks tiio impression conveyed by
them is calculated to give a mistaken idea of
tho social conditions of Russia. Tho idea is
that tho people of Russia hvo in a wretched
condition of fear, cowering and cringing
under a cold and cruel despotism with fear
lest they may at any time bo seized and con
demned to tlw horrors of Siberian exile.
While the Russian political system is in
theory an absolute nytocracy, it is, in fact,
conducted and limited by positive law. Rus
sian civil society is no moro oppressed with
fears of Siberian exilo than is society in .New
orfc with fears of bmg Sing. The horrors
ot Siberian prisons are not duo to design, but
to an unexpected overcrowding of prisoners,
and these shock tho Russian authorities. Tho
only complaint that can justly ba raado is
that redress is so tardy.
Tho shocking condition of jails in tho
United States i, says Mr. Lothrop, far from
being unknown, and wo should remember
that everywhere in these places for detention
of prisoners there is a tendency to evils and
abuses, ivir. Lothrop thinks tho exposing of
theso ovils wld hasten tho remedy, and
believes the systum is rapidly drawing to its
end. The political offenders who resort to
dynamite and tho uaggerwill gut little mercy
there or anywhere elac. Mr. Lothrop closes
his interesting letter as follows: "Ru.saia is a
country so enormous and so remote that wo
are like'y to have many erroneous notions
about her. But let us not forget in America
thatsho has always been-our fnend, and that
in some great national exigencies this friend
ship bus been of great value." Detroit Cor.
JNcw x or k limes.
i Thispowder never varies. A marvel o
purity, strencth and vrholesonien&s.
, More economical than the ordinary kinds
I ind cannot be sold in cfnpetition with
I the multitude of low tet, short weight
alum or phosphate powders. Soldonly in
; can. Roval Baking Powder Co., 1&$ Wal
j Su X. Y.
Top Than any House in the City.
of the Many are as
WOMEN WITH BEARDS.
How Science Han Como to tho Relief of
Such AClicted Ones.
As a reporter sat in a cable car tho other
daj- ho noticed a pretty woman enter. Pretty,
stylish and trim from head to foot only one
blemish, and that a decided, an humiliating
one. She had a pronounced mustache that a
youth of 'JO would have envied her. Every
where that one goes, m shops, churches,
theatres, this disfigurement is noticed. Is
thero no remedy? Sensitive women will re
sort to any and ever' method to rid them
selves of superfluous hair Scissors, tweez
ers, yes, even razors aro used, only to find
that the blemish will return as fast as it is
removed, and with additional strength.
There are many fortunate cases. A young
woman had a fow straggling hairs on her
face. She noticed them much moro than
am-ono else, and grew actually morbid on
the subject. One day while having her hair
shampooed her hairdresser noticed them
and told her ho could remove them. He
produced a small stone, and by her permis
sion proceeded to rub them off, leaving her
face smooth and blushing from the friction.
Ho assured her that if the returned thoy
would be much finer, scarcely to bo ob
served. Instead, in a few days thoy ap
ppared, and to her horror she found they
were very much worse than before. In her
despair she again used the stono which her
hairdresser had persuaded her to buy This
practice she kept up daily, until her face was
in a frightfnl coudition. However, a remedy
has been found in electricity.
"It is the only way oti eiirth to effectually
'kill this parasite," said a well known physi
cian to tho reporter "Any physician of
reput-o will assure you of that fact. Singe
ing, cutting, pulling out by tweezers or de
pilatories only mako them coarser, rougher
and more bristling. Tho follicle must ba
killed, then the hair falls out of itself."
"Does it ever return f
"Sometimes a tew of the hairs como back,
but the' aro always black and extremely
easy to kill the second time."
"Is it a painful operation?"
"Well, sometimes. That depends a good
deal upon tho sensitiveness of the skin, and
tho nerves of the patient, I find, though,"
ho added laughingly, "that even when it
hurts pretty bad, the ladies will enduro it
bravely in fact, a woman will suffer any
pam if thereby she is to ba made better look
ing." The reporter then asked permission to be
allowed to watch an operation, which wa3
granted. Tho patient sits in a reclining
chair and holds a bowl of water on her lap,
in which is immersed one of the cords from
the battery. To tho other is attached the
finest possible needle. Tho operator gathers
up the flesh about the obnoxious hair, plunges
the needle in deep, the patient dips two or
three fingers in the water, says "Oh I" and
waits. After a few seconds tho needle is ro
mov.nl and the hair is deftly piclced out by
tha tweezers. Tho face is left a little sere from
the operation, but camphor freely applied
will heal it. Camphor is much bettor than
any oily substance like cream or vaseline, for
they have a tendency to make hair grow.
There, is therefore, no need for any woman
to carry about this hideous blemish, which
sometimes rums an otherwise faultless com
plexion. Chicago Herald.
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pan; isqi m jpntq .CjauppiAO 'nptrcj) oty orj
psojdt: urop oisjDiion u jo sturmai sq-j pajsaoo
sjp nsoq ;snf mn sjoqc "xok 'crsircj Jv?g
THE AIR IS FULL OF IT. TftT HE A. T ?
THE EMPORIUM OF ART AXD BEAUTY and all the beaurifnl things to be seen thorp; undoubtedly the most mag
nificent display of HOLIDAY GOODS ever made in the state of Kan&as, comprising the finest display of
st a vn a n
i J I II I It V
PLUSH GOODS, ' WRITIXG DESKS, ALBUMS, Gold Pens, Swiss Carved Goods, Olive Woodware, etc. Tlie whole
comprising the most beautiful and complete stock to be found between Kansas City and Denver.
"You cannot miss the store, it is the best room in the finest building in the state; viz: Sedgwick Block,
First and Market streets, Wichita, Kansas.
ROBINSON & CHAMPION,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STATIONERS.
and so innumerable.
Unbleached table linen 12 1-2
cents a yard.
Ladies fancy cashmere Hose 22
All wool red ilannels 14 cents a
Special announcement will be
made this week of our
Christmas toys, which
are being unpacked
418 E DOUGLAS AVE.
AND ArniORITr OX STYLES.
XEW FALL GOODS.
214 X. MAIN ST.,
0 13-1 mo
R. T. IJEA.v Pre. F. "W. Wali.kii Jr. Cashl
Geo. C. bino.vc.. V. P. H. M. Ut'CK. Ast Ci
Fourth National Bank
PAID UP CAPITAL, - $200,000
SURPLUS, - - - $15,000
R. T. nan. Geo. H. BIackwliJer.G. C. Stron
W. R. Duhinej-. E. T. Brown. A- L. Houci. - K
I'owell. L. R. Colt. X. A. EnsrlUh
Special to AttorneT.
Just completed and for sale at this office
Attorney's Pocket Dockets, the most com
plete Pocket docket ever gotten up.
Paged axd Ixdexed. bound with flexible
cover. Price $1.00, sent by mail postpaid to
any address unbn receipt of 1.07. Address
the Wichita Lagle, Wichita, Kan. dAwtf
Bnc a Brae.
In connection with
our great Xmas Sale
don't forget that we
have many other lines
of goods that have re
cently been marked
down to close. In our
Cloak room we have
made th.e greatest re
ductions known to
See us for garments
of every description.
For sale at a bargain, twnty-one vol
umes yf Encyclopedia tiritauicii and first
fifteen volumes Kansas Reports, last edi
tion, all in good coudition. Address A.
B., this office. dlU-3c
We have three thousand pounds of now
prunes in tnihsit to arrive Monday or
Tue.sdav. We will offer the sniue at the
rate of 1G pounds for $1.00 or four pounds
for 25 cents. John A. Jewett & Co., 'SZ!,
East Douglas. d'-'O.Ut
Why don't you koo1 people try Dold's
and Whittaker's Hams aud Bacon and be
happy. I have them. Dorsey. d'20 3t
Dorf-ey has AVlnttnker's and Hold's
Ha nib and Bacon always on tap, at 23S N
.Main. Art Reception.
On Thursday afternoon, December 13,
t.hik phiiiR iminrimr nhiuu if (?urft.ti1 urii-
versity will given pubfic exhibition of the
-work done in that bianch of art during
tlie past 3'tar. For the convenience of
many who?e time is limited the exhibit will
be given at th- art .store of .Messrs. Pattee
and Martin, 151 Xorth.Mi.iiistrtt. instead
ot at the university. The wojfc will in-
elude specimens of figure, fruit, flower
nnd landscape naintinK: enameling, jewel-
inj;. luster. tvyal Worcester, Haute
Vienne. and all ttie newest ideas in clan i
decorating. Thfentire work of painting,
gilding and burning the china is the work
of Miss Jekyll and her puuils. A cordial
invitation is extended to all to attend.
Fine Christmas tree ornaments- and dec
orations at the 5 and 10 cent store, .V( X
Main. di.'0 7t
A fine new S-room residence, located cor
ner Fourteenth aud Orunue ave.. one block
from Fairmount motor, to let to careful
parties at terms to suit renter. Apply at
once to A. M. Wa.ssam, Getto Building.
Xo hickory bark flavor in the maple syr-
) I offer. Dorsey. iV-'O-lt
Pure maple syrup and sugar. Just as
nic as your father ever made back oast,
at Dorsev's. d20-at
Rogers, the photographer, is still in
town aud he does not inake any cheap pic
tures. If you want your photographs
made by him you pay nil price, ami ho
guarantees to please you at tlie same old
number, 100 East Dotiglai avenuo. d'-'O-Ot
A tab of valuable prescriptions oHpcnitly
adapted to th season. Come and get one.
Hyde & Humble Stationery company.
We will make special prices for one
weekonlvon pictures and fancy goods
Hyde & Humble Stationery company.
Go and see the beautiful water-colors.
pastels, engravings and etchings. Hyde
&. Humble Stationery company. d20-:ii
We have three thousand pound? of new
prunes in transit to arrive Monday or
Tuesday. We will offer the same at the
rat- of 16 Bounds for $1.09 or t pounds for
JJ3 cents. Jno. A. Jewett & Co., .', East
Whittaker's pnre leaf open kettle ren
dered lard at Dorsey's. d201
Go before the rush to the 5 and 10 cent "iy I0"iN for io
store, :W X. Main St., for your Christmas C" lte 'r I""" ,
gifts where von find dolls, toys, notions, ) '"ft .e"? Ir pound :,
game's; a display of goods and prices to suit. ,( ilt i.tk'5. I"""1!! ,or ;
-;...... .. jo v .,.,. , Good rnmily Hour. j0 noiimU 1 il
ttcj vuiac. u.Uft
Tlu, c.n run tl.rnrl. .,!,!.- ll !.,.
....i..,,. .u. w......,,, ....c. p,.,c-, mmu t,ij music ixjx to l givri away. Kaon
woode. troughs :n an old time sugar dollar purchas-r, ontr-le. purelm-r to ...,
bush, from which the MajuV bugar and . CUIC0; drawing to tak- place Jan. 1. lSi
syruo was made that I offer you. Trv it. J Krister & Wallack, DruggUt.
Dorsey, JkS :N. Main. daWt 17 Ct .iw jj. DougUs ave., Wichita, Kan
j Do you intend to buy Toys?
. S e the ENTE PRISE toy room.
1 Its a perfect sight.
"Will you buy the little Girls a
doll. Take a look at our doll show
All Kinds of dohs. Lowest Prices
Are you going to buyB"lc-a-Brac?
Go to the ENTEtfP .ISE
for choice. All the latest nov
elties. 1st door wesr o " Eagle office.
Everybody likes to sc e pretr
thlnp . Sr6 our Plush Go d -partm
f t. iLhas no equnl t ;e
Comp and see all the useful and
handsome . regents we exh bir.
Bau karchi-ts, Mufriers, Laco
Novelties Aprons. Ia face we
havt he Wues asnortmmt of
Ho'ldUy Got dsimneclty. Come
hi. d see the piette-t arra gel
Honday display exhibited in the
1st door west of Eagle office.
109 East D uglas.
THE LASGST GH00ERY STORE IN
' If You Don't Bdlieve it Cotne and See,
GKOCKKIES . RETAII.KD AT AViioi.KbALB
12 pounds Granulated Suar for $ 1 00
13 pound Light Drnwii Sugar for I (H)
14 pounds Dark Brown Sucar for 1.00
15 pounds Old Fashioned XcwOrluans
Sugar for MX)
1 can new Corn or Tomntoe for HI
1 can new California Fruit for 0
1 can lialtiniore I'eailics for l.'
7 liars Wichita Soap for i'i
Xew Valencia Haisins nerpomul 10
A Xo 1 Dni'rf Hef per pound Jo
Candy, Christmas Mixed per pound... .10
Cranberries, per quart 10
itiy r lour.AJ noil
Japan Tea '.20, U0, 40, M and CO cont.i pt-r
'1T. South Main Street.
The annual meeting f the stockholder
of tho Wichita National bank, forthculer
tion of oflicers for the ensuing year, will
! "? 7, ' ',c,ers. Ior, "Wi? II,B8 Tr' wUl
J tn-h.-ld at the bank at ?a) p.m. January
o, l.tl. iji MAN A. AI.TO)!.
$100 GO ail Array
Keister& WiJlact's holiday gift, a beau
You wi'.l find the latest novelties aw! d
signs of Christmas and birthday card hi
the 5 and 10 cent store, XA X. Main. 20 7t
Tho Missouri Pacific railway city ticket
ofllco has removed to 1S7 Xorih Main
street. For ticket to all point on the
glolj. ar..i information regarding any trip
you may contemplate, call at our new
quartets and obtain Mime.
E. K. ULECKLET.
PaMenger and ticket "guru, 137 XortJi
Mln street. W tf
JtlTerl5 an Ptiburln Klri J(Uw7
" ",'Te 1W 'nu naa Market
r'et cvcr7 im,nr m'"ut. tJflunlnit at 7
.".. connecting with cur for Alamo on
Borrowers who hae Rood improve!
propTty In Wiobit for wcurity, should
consult the S. J Davidson Mortage com
MIm LuIa Gralngrr, teacher of alano
and organ. L"on giTn at the borne if
desired. Xo. -481 Xorth Ferth arc. Iftitf
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