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To the person making
in cash and buy your goods
An Organdie Dress
plnicl bhnmroelc organdie, wotth
15 c a yard. The pattern for $1.00.
$o0, to the person making the third closest estimate we give a third prize or 825. All these prizes paid m cash as soon as officially announced. Dome and get your guessing coupon, no guesses win oe
filed unless made on coupon furnished by us. No risk to run, it costs you nothing to make a guess. All in your own hands, 3011 make the guess, we file the coupon and when the government is ready
to announce the cencus we stop the guessing and as soon as officially published Ave pay the prizes in cash. With every 82.00 purchase we furnish a coupon, you have a chance to get from $25 to $150 in
Every 2.00 Purchase Entitles Ton to a
A Mce White Dress
10 yards satin plaid -white lawn,
worth 15 cents a yard. The pat
tern for $1.00.
Every 82.00 Purchase Entitles You to a
A China Mull Dress
10 yards China Mull, Madras
Batiste or Persian Lawns, all de
ferable styles, Avorth IS and 20c a
yard. The pattern for $1.00.
(Fnrnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were fded for record in the office of the
register of deeds yesterday:
Eliza J. Kobincon et al to Mary E Car
penter, 1 to 20 and 23 to 40 block 1$
and 13 to 3t5 block D and 13 to 31
block F all in Washington park
addto Wichita 1
James S Vaudiver to W. C. "Vbris, M
int in 1 3 5 7, block 7, Fairview acid
Kcllie M. Amidon to Marilla A.
Pease 21 25 22 24 and reserve B. To
peka ave Southern add
Marilla A. Pease to Louis Onnm, 21
22 23 24 and Re-serve B, Topeka av
, Southern add
jRufns Cone, sheriff, to W. C. Little,
lie1, 23 24 2e
Rufus Cone, sheriff, to Emma Raw
lins , "it in lot 00 Douglas ave,
Rnfus Cono sheriff to James Ransom
w J . se and sw 5 29 2w
R W Alexander to H. F. Marvin 131
133Mosley ave, Ransom & Kay's
The largest and best assortment of
trimmed hats and bonnets to be found in
the city. 237 N. Main. E. A. Kinyon.
Dr. Buck-waiter has removed his dental
oflice to 14S) North Main. dlS-lt
Lawn tennis caps at Goldstandt's. dlS 2t
Scotch gingham underwear and Oxford
cloth shirts at Goldstandt's. Warranted
non-shrinkable. dlS 2t
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HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL MANKIND.
CLOTIIIXG AT1UICES TO SUIT ALL CLASSES.
READ, REASON AND PROFIT THEREBY,
$4.73 for a good worsted Kingman's
suit in different shades.
5.73 for a neat walking suit in plain
6.73 for an indisro dyed blue regula
tion llannel suit.
7.4S for all wool cassimcre or clieviot
A big line of cassimere -worsted and clievoit pants in plain
styles or plaits at $2.37 a pair.
Boys and cliildrens suits in endless varieties from ?3c up.
Children's waists two for 25 cents.
Knee pants 19c and upwards.
A line plaited dress shirt open front or open back atfS9c.
Unlaundried shirt, linen bosom, at 37 cents.
Light colored derby hats in different styles, go at 9Sc.
Call and see these bargains.
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422 EAST DOUGLAS
Offers You the Above in Three Grand Prizes. Guess at the Census of the
First Prize $75, Second Prize $50, Third Prize $25.
the closest estimate of the population of Wichita by the
for less money than any house
A Good Satine Dress
10 yards "wide satine in fancies
and black and -white, regular price
15c a yard. The pattern for $1.00.
Fine Gingham Dress
10 yards fine quality rinrrham.
such as always sold for 15 cents a
yard. The pattern for $1.00.
A Fine Outing Dress
10 yards One outing closh, the
newest stripes and plaids and
stripes and -worth J 5 cents a vard,
The pattern for $1.00.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
Saikt Joseph, Mo., June 6, 1S90.
Mr. A. II. Edwards, -Wichita. Kan!is
Dear Sir You have this day been ap
pointed sole agent for the sale of 'The
Radam Microbe Killer" in the city of
The Radam Microbe Killeh Co.
Kill the microbes and the disease lives
no longer. A supply will be on hand Mon
day next. Call at the Kentucky Hat store,
407 East Douglas avenue.
dlS-lt A. II. Edwards, Solo Agent.
Dorsey, the Grocer, will rip the prices of
groceries up the back and no mistake.
Beginning Monday, Juno 9, for spot cash
everything will go at cost. Dorsev, the
Grocer. dlS 3fc
Yachting caps at Goldstandt's. dl8 2fc
1 iiiol'iaiio Sales.
Since Thos. Shaw has been making spe
cial prices on lino high priced pianos they
go oil like hot cakes. He is shipping them
in every direction. One went to Guthrie,
one to Hutchinson, one to Leon, one to
Augusta, one to Clearwater, one to El
Dorado, liss Louise Chamberlain, of
Wichita bought a fine Chase Bros.; W. II.
Herbig. of Wichita, a fine Behr Bros., be
sides some others. He al-so is selling lots
of organs. He has a few of the line pianos
left at wholesale prices for cash or short
time only at these prices 18-lt
Tennis sashes (the Oxford) at Gold
standt's. dlS 2t
Dorey, the Grocer, will sell you goods
at cost for spot cash beginning June 9.
Give him a call. Remember, Mondav, June
9, at cost for spot cash. dlS 3t
Black straw hats at Goldstandt's. dlS-2t
snit light or dark color.
$S.SS for a fine dress suit in any style
Our liner and enstom made garments
are of the best, and we can show you
them in the finest of imported as
well as American goods.
AYE. S. GOLDSTEIN.
3?fce micMa Ipailu;
in Wichita dare offer them.
SEE WHAT OWE
A Hue Lawn Dress
12 yards Pacific fancy lawns, the
usual price is 12y2o a yard. The
pattern for $1.00.
Guessing Coupon. First
12 Yards of Muslin
$1.00 will buy 12 yards of Cream
of the Crop blenched muslin, best
family cotton in the market.
Guessing Coupon. First Prize 875.00, Second
Boys Knee Pant Suit
50 boys knee pant suits, aces 4 to
14 year, -worth $1.50 to $2.00 per
Choice of the&e suits $1.00.
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Golclstandt is headquarters for fine and
nobby gents furnishing goods dlb-2t
A lot of New Davis machines at half
price. Thos. Shaw. 18-4t
New line of flowers and feathers just ar
rived at 2.'!9 X. Main,
d-18-lt E. A. Kiryo
and hammock caps at Gold
A big stock of band instruments. Thos.
W.H.Bvidcnbaugh & W.H.Ranch, of the
firm of Bridenbaugh & Ranch, have, by
mutual consent, dissolved partnership this
7th day of June 1KW. d-16-lt
Black negligee ilk shirts and night
shirts at Goldstandt's. dlS 2c
Don't buy a sewing machine till you see
the new Domestic. Thos. Shaw. " lS-Jt
Imported black balbriggau underwear
at Goldstandt's. dlS 2t
Vfaco ?.Icat ilarsct.
If you are in need of meats of any kind
you will find it to your ndvantase to buy
of Mr. B. Dawson, corner of Waco and Elm
streets. He has acquired the reputation of
selling the finest meats in the eity-aKo has
poultry and canned goods at all times. By
giving him a trial you will in the future
place explicit confidence in his dealing".
Blue straw hats at Goldstandt's. dlS-2t
Buy a piano or organ while you can get
one cheap. Thos. Shaw. IS-lt
late. "We secure the newest things as fast as they appear. And our prices are always the lowest.
A Genuine and wonderful reduction sale that we inaugurate Monday and during the week
Furnishing soods and Hats.
150 G. A. R. suit?, Iudigo bluo sacks t
and Frocks with evtva set ot outtons
warranted last colors and worth $10
our price tins Aveek $7.00.
250 Men's suits in aU colors. Frocks
frocks and sacks worth from $12.50
to $20: our price this week $9.50.
120 Men's suit in all colors, worth
$7.50, $S. $9 and $10; our price $5.00.
Our boy's nnd Children's department
is the best aud the largest in the city
at prices that will knock all compeiiou
Red Handkerchiefs worth. 10c; three
for 10 cents.
Hem-stichecl Landkercliiefs worth 25c
cents, three for 25 cents.
50 and 75 cent silk handkerchiefs go
at 25 cents.
150 dozen linen collars, worth 15c. at
Sateen Ties go at six for 25 cents.
A good 25c suspender for 4 cents.
Flannel shirts worth 7oc, our price
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS,
fgagle: j&ratfcnj tavnixxQ, Itrae Br 1890.
census of 1S90 we give a first
Attend our grand June sacrificing sale and get your guessing coupons.
Two Suits Underwear
$1 buys two suits French neck
balbriggan under shirts and
drawers. Two suits for $1.00.
Prize 875.00, Second
Pair of Lace Curtains
50 pair of cream lace curtains
taped all around and -worth $1.75
in any house in the city.
Ladies Silk "Umbrellas
Ladies glora silk umbrellas.
Ladies fancy Morle parasols, -with
-white Morie border.
Choice for $1.00.
Coupons sent to out of town trade accompanied with
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For Casli Only.
Mondav. June 9, I will begin a clearing
sale of my large stock of fancy and staple
groceries at cost lor cash only, consisting
of everything kept in a first class grocer,
and .all fresh new goods, among wliich you
will find all kinds of can goons, pickles,
olives, preseive, jams, baking powder,
soap, starch, all kind'- of cenals. potatoes
tobb.icco, cigars, extracts a full line of
coffees, teas, cracker, etc., etc Call and
dlS-3t The Grocer.
A two-seated surry, cheap.
Special k umiiicr bcliool.
A special term of school will open in the
High School Building tomorrow, June Sth.
1MM, and continue fi e weeks. Classes will
be organized in arithmetic, grammer, etc ,
thus giving teachers tho-e preparing to
teach, andlill others an opportunity to re
vive the common branches.
Classo will also be organized in the fol
lowing branche-.: Latin, algebra, geome
try, bookkeeping, civil government and
other if desired. "" Attention will be given
to practical pedagogy, or methods of teach
ing. Tuition will be one dollar per week.
U. P. Shvll,
d-lS-lt S. L. Davis,
White straw hats at Goldstandt's dlS-2t
"The .iOiic Mar" Limited.
Arc you going to Kansas City or east
thereof? If so, why not take the 12:40 p. m.
train via the Santa Fe route, arming in
Kansas City the same evening and Chica
go the next morning, making east-bound
Brown straw hats at Goldstandt's dlS-2fe
How it is that our store i always crowded with customers, while many oilier stores are comparatively
empty. Many compalin of dull trade, while we are always rushed. The reason is easily explained: "We
carry an immense stock, that contains only fresh, desirable, reliable goods. We never allow stock to accumu
READ OUR QUOTATIONS IF YOU WANT
DO NOT ITA.IL TO SEE
THE GREAT BARGAINS IE ARE
Everything sold as Advertised..
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prize of 875, to the person making the second closest estimate we give a second prize of
Pair Fine Kid Gloves
200 pair ladies seven hook kid
gloves, black and colors, every
pair worth $1.73.
Prize 850.00, Third
$1.00 -will buy boys' veal calf
shoes, misses heel and spring
Prize 850.00, Third
Five Pair of Hose
Five pair ladies fast black hose,
five pair mens fast black hose, live
pair ladies full regular nade fancy
Kxnircion to Denver via Santa lo Kontp.
Account of the National Association of
Plumbers, Denver, Col. The dates of sale
are June 14 and 13, at one lowest limited
fare in eil'ect for round trip, thirty days'
Also June 22 and 23 same rate, limited
thirty days. For tickets and other infor
mation apply 122 North Main street and
new passenger station, Douglas avenue,
and Oak street depot. IStf
Straw hats of all kinds for men and boys
at Goldstandt's dlS-2t
The new buckle (Anchor) on all our elts
this season at Goldstandt's. d!8-2c
Lose time. "Time is money" therefore
take the Frisco limited to St. Louis at 2:25
p. m. without change through train
with Pullman equipment. No charge for
chair car. l'tf
The following schedule on the Frisco
lino will go into effect Sunday June 8, 1S90.
EAST HO TNI).
No. 2 StLonif& Atlantic express. 10:40 p.m
No. 4 St.Touis express & accom
modation 9:0." a.m.
No. 0 St. Louis limited 2:25p.m.
No. 1 Denver express 5:25a.m.
No.3 Mexico & San Deigo express 4:45 p.m.
No. 5 San Francisco limited 2:25 p. m.
Aro von coin?? west? Are von
cast? If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points City ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
THREE SHOW WINDOWS THIS
Free Fan For the Boys. A base ball outfit
City of Wichita
A Fine Silk Sash
Three yards colored surah silk,
twenty different shades. The sash
Prize 825.00. All Trill
A Fine Satin Fan
100 opera fans with ivory stick,
good value at $2.00. Take choice
of the lot for $1.00.
Prize 825.00. All will
Towels Towels Towels
12 cotton huch towels for $1.00.
12 plaid linen towels for $l.oo.
Come to theJJostnn Store and jret
12 "rood towels for $1.00.
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Commencing Sunday. March 23, the
Great Rock Island route will place in
service between Kansas City and Denver
their new and magnificent dining cars,
"Pence de Leon,'' "Delmonte" and "Ray
mond." Passengers leaving Wichita on
the morning trains for Pueblo, Colorado
Springs and Denver will be seredwith
umner and supper on these trams. 110-tf
Knilirratlon to the West.
If you have friends in the cast who con
template cominir wet. or if vou are noma
east, lemeniber you can wtu time and '
monev. likewise vour friends, bv buviiiir
tickets over the 5iissouri Pacific railway,
the shortest lint between St. Louis and
Wichita by 4b miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time. This is the only line
giving you choice of two routes, cither via i
-Kansas Lity or rort t'cott. r.legunt lreo
reclining chair car lrtwen V ichita audi
St. Louis, also between Kansas City and
Wichita, without change of cars. I'ull
man sleepers on all trains Be sure that
your tickets rend via the Missouri Pacific,
railway and thus save annoyance of .
changing cars and unnecessary delays.
Remember alco that no charges are made
by porters for riding in chair car. These
porters are paid by tiie company nnd are '
not allowed to charge any one, be they j
local or through passengers. They are j
uirea tofltieuu tu me uuw ui me travel
City ticket office, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. Blecklkt,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
H. C. Towsbekd.
GeneJUl Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. lwt
Imperial flour has many imitators but
no rivals l'vi tf
Strict attention paid to the wants of the customer.
that is worth the Attention of every buyer of Clothing, Gent's
TO SAVE MONEY.
;rivcn free -with erary boy's suit.
"Will do in Millinery
75 elegantly trimmed hats ranar
ing in value from $2.00 to $3.50.
Choice of lot for $1.00.
be Paid in Cash.
At the Motion Counter
See the purchasing power of $.00
at our small notion counters, it
will astound you.
he Paid in Cash,
Guess at the Census
Itemember -with every $2.00 pax-
iOifiL.ii un til l-llili inn 'i I'ltitunri tn
jrueb at the census or the city tff y
it mu;& iwr io.
Cheaper Than Walking.
Comnu m ing toda. Max !' rate to St.
Louh will Ik 7 10, Chicago W 10 first clai
via the Missouri Pari tic Railway, tho
Shortest line to St. Louis by forty-eight
miles, the quickest by over two InMirv
Also very low rates to Pueblo ami DMtvt r
and other western jjolnta. Call at 1JT7
North Main struct, Mimouri Pacific ticket
oflice, where you can get the chiMipeht
tickets in town and it will take yo via tb
.shortest and moht direct route. Day train
for St Louis leaves at 12:30 j m., arrive
at St. Ixjuis next morning at 0.10. MU
souri PhciIIc railway Iid train between
Wichita and Kanna City. 14&-tf
Ot am ChaHtnmitta.
The twelfth annual vlon of Ottawa
Chautauqua Awmbly nill be hHtl at l'or
et Park. Ottawa, Kan, Jtiae 17 to Tl,
inclumve The -anta Fe Itottte iimtJi. an
open rate from thin town on that occiMioti
of orif fare for round trip. TicJurU on wiks
Jtineltfto 27. good To rrturu .laoo 2t
Grand Army Day, .Ium 27, tiwjrrat day
of the Awtembly fcx-Pmddwt II aye,
Gen. Alger, Hon Win. Warner, Gov. Hum
phrey, Hon. Ira F. Colliaand Hon. Geo.
T. Anthony, bare promiMsd to deliver h1
dre! Lecture will b gives other
days by Iiv. K W. GunxKiiliw, D. I), awl
Rev. fiH. C. Iorimer, of Chicago. Col.
Geo. W. Bain, of Kentucky, Pro. W. D.
McChntock ami Dr I'rice
Inquire of kieal aent Santa Pr Umls
for further partictilarH rewarding trala wr
ne, etc Yoirs tnIy,
l4-iJt GKO. T. .NlCHOt0N,
G. P. & T. A.
Taking effect May 10, im, vin. Santa F
route, i-L&i to Pueblo. Canon City, Colo
rado hprings, Denor and iatorntedlato
pointe. firt claw, limited Wit
Six pair1 of heavy jrood woks at 2-c
A rood 25e heavy sock two pair Sot
Children's slUrt "Waiate. -worth 36a at
Vtmry Percale shirt, -worth .$L0O at
Whit" ahirt. lauadriod, worth 75c,
at 35 ceaUs.
j:aibri:r:ran shirts anl drawers
worth 50c at 25 cent.
100 dozen gradpandare, ahap at 2 la,
for C oeats.
200 dozen white drea shArte, 1as
dxied, worth TSc; or prtewt S8 antm.
150 dorn underwear. wrtk
tw o for 25 cents.
100 docen rl-j;aat Derhy halni. haa.
tiful ilk HnM, worth 4IO a ft,
our prir $U55,
theta foryonnif or old, rfSgir "poor,
at priced frosn3S,cculi up ur$7.O0.
I. GROSS & CO.