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rsijws 3-3- W?r- -r,l Site fitlxita Ipailtj gagle: J5 mttlag IHforttittg, f twe 19, 1892. 8 TOUT ollar Counts. Read how many ar - tides Sacrificed, 3 Centsi'orSCents. Lines of Dress Ginghanis, sold early at Sc, now of cts. 71 Cents for 5 Cents. Lot of apron check ging hams, going at 5 cts. 8 Cents for 5 Cents. Hmigarion cloths, extra line values, going at 5 cents. Jl2 Cents for 5 Cents. 5 bales heavy yard wide unbleached muslin, only 5c. 84 Cents for 5 Cents. 50 pieces yard wide bleach ed muslin, this'sale only 5c. 7A cents for 5 cents. Large quantity of full standard dress prints, sacri. heed now at 5 cents. 5 cents for 4yi cents. 45 pieces white nainsook checks, going" now at 4 cts. w, 0 ...., .. --j W-, 1 f) pfe i'(v Tspfmte 00 pieces fancy outing, sold all season at 10 cts. cts for 40 cents. 2) pieces all linen bleached damask, down to 40 cts. Will JfEVEU "before and lashed ably never arin will tnei public have an apportuni iv Mich as thib. a Ileal Fine suit of Jor $7.49, equal to regular i $14. $10 and $18 qualities.! .'500 Pique, Marsailcs and! l rench Duck et.ts. in all! the nohbiet-t Patterns., sin gle or double breast, $3. $2. choice l.Ob, Madras, satteen. mis. Outing Domet Shirts take choice out of r.0 doz for - - 25c Genu Suspenders ... jC mC?) i, 105, 107, 109 East Douglas Avenue. THIS Clearing Up In "Wash Goods, Nothing Spared. Salsuma cloths all to go Crepes, Crepons, 4Qin fJhfirmns. aT 14?U 15 cents for 5 cents. 35 pieces India Mulls, all good designs, reduced from locto 8i cents. 10 cts for 6)4 cents. 10 pieces lawn plaid and stripe white goods, 10 cents down to 6i cents. 18 cts for 9yl cts. Immense line of fine fancy white goods, reduced from 18c to 9 cents. All must be cleaned out. 25c for 19c. 20 pieces red damask, sold all season as cheap at 25c, cut to 19 cents. 75 cts for 48 cents. 15 pieces imported red da mask slashed to 4S cts. 25 cts for 12 -2c. 10 pieces ail linen colored border damask, now 12 Ac. -AND TIIE- Be a Thing of Memory. NEVER prob to bny Cloihet - 1 anteed. orth5- Wool meres. Mothers and Guardians this "Way Eor Bargains Childreus'nobby two and three piece suits in straight or round cnt, line imported Worsted, Cheviots, Cassimeres. Diagonals or Tricots, in all the lat est bhudes, cut by artistic tailors, original nrice $S. $10 and $12, take choice 85.10. Remember we have the same styles and cuts for $2.10, black Stripe, Den-1 California Overalls California Overalls Jumpers - - Pine Linen Handkerchiefs Seamless cotton socks Laundered while shirts, open front, pleated or plain Wamsetta muslin, reinforced all linen bosom, former price $1.50. $1.25, take them at 50. Good poods is what we are pellinjr.aud every article, that i- carried out of the house is a grand advertisement of the astonishing: success ot our talc. (n USUI! 1 1 1 J SALE To Our J SALE WITHOUT A PARALLEL IN WICHITA. H ,- HOSIERY. Here we are again, see how cheap, you know such values are seldom seen. io cts for 5 cts. 40 dozen ladies black hose, slightly damaged, go at 5c. 1 2 cts for 7 cts. Quantities of ladies black hose, to be closed out at 7c. 15 cts for 10 cts. 75 dozen, all that is left of ladies fancy hose, going at 10 cts. 25 cts for 12 cts. Large lot of seamless sam ple hose, made to sell at 25 and 30 cents, slaughtered at 12 cents. Musfin Underwear. 35 dozen draw ers, chemise, cor set covers, see them stacked on counters. to clean out at 5e 4o doz muslin underwear form er price 75c and 89 cts. to close at 39e $250 for 89 cts. 500 fine sample fans, worth $2.50, slaughteTed at S9 cts. Those Suits como in !' straight and rouwl cut s:tckb. also cutaway frock strictly tailor made and I trimmed in the bebt man uer. a perfect fit jrunrun- The labncs are Whipcords, Homespuns. Cheviots. Plain ami l'an vy "Worsteds. Sawyers Diagonals and Caa- - 49c 0 I 9 une Clearance WNfi, SHOES. 7K Cts I 00 pairs La r , dies patent lea- lor 39 CtSther tip; oxford ties, cut to 39c. $2:25 for $1.69 400 pairs La dies all solid dongola shoes, cut to $1,69. $3-50 for $1.95 75 pair Men's sample shoes cut to $1.95. $1.25 for 75 cts cut to 75 c. 175 pairs La dies glove and dry grain shoes, GREAT DRIVE in all silk Ckiffeny Jabots Closing them out at 50c on the dollar: $3.00 Jabots now $1.65 2.50 " " 1.37 2.00 " " 95 1.50 " " 82 1.25 " " 74 1.00 " " 46 25etsfor 15 eents. 50 dozen extra large size turkish bath towels, cut to 15 cents, 7K cts ? dozen Chil r n . drens dresses ior 39 ctsiexra cheap on ly 39 cts. AMUSEMENTS. Bey. Francis L. Eohbins, .D, D. Of Philadelphia, Will deliver in the First Presbyterian Church his Famous Lecture -'A Summer in Northern Europe" Being drawn from his personal expe riences of a visit to Norway, Sweeden and Rus&ia. FBIDAY, JU3STE 24th, Tickets including reserved seats 35c at Wichita Book Co. Glorious in Wheels Fair Grounds, "Wichita, July 4; 5 and 6. State meeting of League of American "Wheelmen. Grand Industrial and Trades Display by citizens, also 2000 wheelmen in line July 4th, 10 a.m. Cycle races and Balloon Ascen sion at Fair Grounds in the after noon. Grand Fireworks display, Lan tern and Torchlight parade at night by the wheelmen. Excursion rates on all railroads One fare for round trip. EQUAL Crowded all the past week, each and every department had an immense trade, in fact sold more goods during this sale than any previous week during the entire season, proving beyond shadow of doubt that the people recognize MILLINERY Here the slaughter cuts deep; season advancing; too mveh millinery on hand; go it must, matters not what brings; no time to think of profits; making sales is what is desired. Last week's millinery business the larg est we have ever had since the department opened. Such sacrifice prices bring the crowds. Keacl again and be benefitted: 48 cts for 7 cts 300 ladies and child's hats ear price 48c now 7c 1 r cts 400 Boys and for 1 1 cts Isailors, early wiHO UlllliUlU price 35c now lie. $ioo for 39 cts now 39c. 40 ladies black and colored hats early price $1.00 $1.25 for 49 cts now 49c, 75 Ladies black and colored hats early price $1.25 $1.00 for 49 cts now 49c. 3000 bunches of elegant French flowers, early $1 30 cts for 9 cts now 9c. 1000 handsome wreaths made of 'double daisies, "Until the 4th of July. Our Bonn a Fide Unloading Slaughter Sale lias been a grand success. The thousands oi' our customers who bough t suits and furnishing goods by tho wagon load wentfhomeAVQfl'jSatisnfid. jSTow as it is only three more weeks untiHbe 4 tip of vTuly, we will put the knife in our suitings and make prices to tfyose who are in need of a suit of clothes which cannot bo equalled" in Wichita. SPECIAL THIS WEEK. 500 Men's suits worth $S: Golden Eagle price this week, $3.75. 650 Mens suits in all shades, all wool, worth l, this week $7.50 TOO Mens suits, tailor made, worth $16. $1S, $20, this week $11.00 Just received 50 doz. Boys Campaign Caps at 25c. Mai! Orders receive Prompt Attention. GOLD! M Snap Ko. 2. 75 feet of ground with good orchard, two story, 7 room house, hall closets, fine arrangements, good re pair, call and ee photo graph. Piice $550. Hartford Investment Co. lioom 402 Hedcwick Bnildln-, RECO CLOTHING. More sacrificed, greater bargains than offered by any house in the city of Wichita, a look will soon convince that our prices are below all competition. $1.25 for 69 cts, 150 boys' knee pant suits, reduced from $1.25 to 69c. $2.50 for $1.75. 100 boys' knee pant suits, reduced from $2.50 to $1.75. $3.50 for $2.50. 75 boys' knee pant suits, re duced from $3.50 so $2.50. $5.00 for $2.75. 100 boys' long punt suits, we.ie $5.00, now $2.75.; $5.00 to $2.48 Men's suits re duced from $5, to $2.4S. $7.00 to $5.00 to $5,00. Men's Cassi rnere suits, re duced from $7, $8.00 to $6.50 $6.50. Men's worsteds suits, reduced from $S.00 to $10.00 Men's fine wor sted suits, re duced from $10 to $7.95 to $7.95. THREE I? CLOTHING "" 220 and 22S East Hnntsinger Institute. For care of Lfynor Hb- Faff, Quickest, Mildest aud Scrt cure known. o fith wbaMTer, no rttmw i wH power. Xo restraining force I narj to obtain a enre. PHot r k!Io1 tb freedom of tsedtr and bT full Hfcrty to driok all they denre- No ncci'ltBU, so tiulures, no detb bTe oocorI eoder tbi5 system. A polisr- care RrJJtd or money vrlll be refunded Drs. FOBDYCE 1 YAK XUYS, Physicians In Ch&rxr. Himteinger Institute. 25i-357.3IJo kU WicIiltA, Kan, Competitive Houses Not in it. No Speeial Sales. Eveiy line adver tised continues on sale until all are sold. Spring and Summer Goods Must Go. The only genuine Bona Fide reduction sale in tho city, where nothing is re served for the future, all lines all over the houso have been reduced. $1.00 cut to 35 cents. 25 dozen ladies blouses for merly $1.00 cut to 35 cents. $1.25 now y$ cts. 30 dozen ladies fine blouses, worth $1.25, now 75 cents. 30 cts, now 15 cts. 5 cases ladies pink, blue and natural vests, sacrificed at 15 cts. 50 cts now 25 cts. 100 dozen ladies, fine bal briggan vests, cut from 50 cts'to 25 cts. 25 cts now 9 cts. 100 dozen children's lace caps, now 9 cts. 25 cts, now 7 cts. 1000 yards all silk crepe' lesse niching, just such as you pay other houses 25 els' a yard, this sale only 7c yd. $1.00 for 29 cts. Lot of ladies laundered waists, all white with stand ing collars, every day prjco $1.00, out the go only 29 eta HOUSE. Douglas Ave. "BALDWIN'S'' THE Leading Photographers IX SOVTHKBX KAX2AS, USE. Doozlxa. WJcblt Miller Elk. .Anthony, Kn. J. R. HOLLIDAT, WJCJUTA-.GIiOCEliY JlulL Seeds a Specialty. jitl Good IFurratUtd T-- gs ?J7 rt Doa zt, Tbe SaatA rotate t bowranaiac dllr AC rj la Kfcm. 3JrL WinslcwV Sootbinr gynip tboaW 16T be ummI for fibRdren ftJMnc U ooej the cbWd, rfiU tbe tJ. alfcy nil piis. enrr w4 eoli, d t ttee bet rexatdx r tfcbeA. Tmmtj-Btt cecU m bcttle. Ujt5 by mUHe ot Eictfcere. d&tii vt&il 11 2 E. DOUGLAS AVENUE. Wichita. Kan., prll 12. JS02. AfJtr tboroosjb.j tfrtiaj: ibe Bar Bro. vifoQ s.kaiz de ol oar ot l&r 3fdet ad bt knows bs& jrrade in:runjcoU I eao iallj rrconametMi It tueeUnz every qnirrment oi a strictly 5rVcl plaao. iilO-li A. W.X3XE. P. S. 51 ail orders not solic ted as ve arc clo-in;: out and not replacing tock. i- oar Unm tcMt to lih,r i.rt- Go et j.t be "New tbort line. Ml onn Pacific "Plfuvunt Hilt tmjI.' Tbroogh t-leepinc "tad chair car tritkoa: dsHDe WicLiu, to S:. Lctrit litl if oktcc Istxrtafhi & o tni-Hnx ia "?- Kxcorion ticket. tWoa -t.' W. D. iIOt2ocx, D. P. A. 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