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S??S r ' s v- -" ff - bclitbitaSailggagle: JFttttilagPtomhtg, August 15, 1897. 8 l THESE SLAUGHTER PRICES WILL PREVAIL jgvy 't '? 'f lff ''? f ' 't '' ''f w? p,f pit ''t '' ''f ff '? '''f ,f ? ''f j? '''t '? wt ? '"t ''t ' Pt p1' t pit 'iMi tfflT 7 LAST VESTIGE OF SUMMER STUFFS IS SOLD BRANCHES j&c Atchison, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Emporia, Kan. Nevada, Mo. in fit heen snt. ns frnm mir Eastern Tnrnoi'tf 1 and in turn will be sacrificed by us. Don't trouble yourself trying to reason out now we can sell so cneap. 1 The goocls are here and they can be yours for less than any merchant in the United States owns regular, .similar merchandisa We intend that the end or August snan see iae ena oi our semug ut cummer oiuiw. 1 We don't intend to keep the goods under any circumstances. Below is a sample or how we are going 't to do it: kij A... A,.i k kLikift A... Am A..i Au A" Am Am " KftA.,,.1 i... 4u Ai.. A... Ay AjJ p- -& - -- y- -"T'2b IRVVVVvV'r'' 1JHE final and deepest cuts of all are now in force. It's a neglect of your pocketbook not to take advantage 1 of such prices. Mingled with the fleeting Summer Goods are many new lots of sample lines that have r, C f fjQ .ik "V1 m f'- rs and Manutacturers. Tnese goods were oougnu as a sacrmce A Fan Sale Tomorrow This is a line of samples that Mr. Wallenstein picked up for almost a song. About 300 Fans in the lot and no two exactly alike. The New Empire Dainties, now so popular are well represented in the line. Also Frerich Cloth Fans, Spangled Fans, Hand Painted Fans, Lace Edge Fans, Gilt Edge Fans, White Hand Painted Gauge Fans, Embossed and Plain Sticks. These goods are now on display in our west window. Their actual values are 20c, 23c. 35c and 50c each. Tomorrow morning you can take your pick of the lot for ONLY 7 CENTS jjjyfj&LAVi Final Call and Slaughter Sale of Shirt Waists. On Tuesday Morning Next. A Job in Up&olstering Damask Ten "bolts, 54 inches wide, in Satin and Sladr.ra finish, Roman stripes and flow ered designs, in many colors. Heavy, preaty and durable, most desirable of upholsiering fabrics worth $1.25 per yard. All week - 72c JMS$P A dmitnr - Special WHITE WASH GOODS. All of our White Xainsook Stripes, Lace Stripes, Satin Stripes and Dimity Stripes, an white Wash Goods that we sold earlier aX 121- cents and 15 cents. All in one lot this week at one price .... Damask Towels. A recent jo"b of 75 dozen enables us this week to offer you an All-Linen Dam ask Towel 45 inches long by 22 inches wide, knotted fringe, colored border, a. real 35-cent Towel, for only Ladies' Ribbed Vests Pure White Ribbed Cotton Vests, 20 dozen, worth 15 cents each, will close at 9Jc 18c 6c Another 500-Pound Case Chewing Gum. Will arrive next Wednesday. We have about 25 pounds left of the first lot. "Good gum," they all say. 4 Packages for 5c. i &&m?issri&rrfi si m TFiss?xzj&m&'zi '-cv .-t 1 1 1 1 1 j 4&&m9mtMEaMi?min&z vuvu MMmBmiwmm n i HK?snniJ mmr. m. n. WX cJBjl Toadies'. Bovs' and fc Children's 7 Cn ll2rC Ladies', "Boys' and Wal Men's Ton QQp msGSBSBS msDiiprsvwv Boy's Tennis Balr - "" A.Qf fin tan, 3-5 T7l Children's Tennis QRo Slippers, 1-12 OOO Children's Strap Sandals RHp a snap, 7-10 ., vllO Children's Dongola Oxford's fiRp solid, S 1-2 to 12 UJU Women's PebVe Grain Dongola Gar- OC. den Slippers, all solid t Oww Misses Pebble Grain Button Slippers, CQ all solid "wJO Hosiery Ladies Tan Seamless Hose, double heel and 'toe, our Tegular 20c quality. Qp This week per pair xmwaiM vriHHBf likkl Next ThursdaySpecial Sale ....Children's Brownie Caps.... A new sample line will be sold at a pripe that will close them out in a day. These goods will be put in our window the earlier part of this week. We want you to see them. There are many silk caps in the lot and the values range from 50c to 1. 50 each. We are going to sell them CHOICE 19 CENTS. i tf i fiki iiv ktif i fiiiiVi fi f i ti kiki - YOU ARE INVITED. THE Capping Climaz of all Shirt Waist Sales the Final Sweep-'em-Out Eeduction. Ther's about 200 Waists in the lot in Batistes, Organdies, Dimities, Percales, Etamines, and Penangaes. They are all this season's styles not a "chestnut" in the lot. Some are mussed and soiled from too much handling. Some are fly specked. There are dozens in the lot that are as clean and fresh as when they first came from the factory. Some are detachable collars and cuffs, and some are not. Some are matched collars and others are white collars. They are the unsold portion from lines that we priced earlier in the season at $1.00, 81.25, $1.50 and $1.69. Former values make no difference to us. They all must go, and thejr will go next Tuesday, for we shall sell Any Waist in the Lot for 25 Cents Each. fjv l-Kiisv L iim?& prefix Tinware i io-quart Milk Pails, 19c; 2 quart Tea-kettles, 12c; 8 quart Stew-pans 15c; Milk Strainers, 9c; Tin Graters, 3c; Square Cake Pans, 5c. Granite Ware Slop Jars, 69c; 6 quart Water Pails, 41c; Granite Spoons, 7c; Miners' quart cups, 14c; Dish-pans, 34c, Glassware Plain Fint Tumblers, 4c, Hotel Tumblers, 3c; Cut Glass Tumblers, 7c, Large Cut Glass Punch Bowls, 98c, Cut Glass Butter Dishes, 33c; Cut Glass Sauce Dishes, 4c. General Wooden io-quart bucket, 9c, fiber water pail 37c; gal vanized io quart water pail, 10; 50-ft. cotton clothes line, 9c; glass oil cans, 19c; brooms, 9c; mop sticks, be; wash boards, 8c; gallon milk crocks, 9c; gallon jars, 9c. 1 jmmh mww&yiuili n n prK tB week ai onlr mpF SBtsBSB i 1' C Vi T IUp fe9 S'tol Swiss Handkerchiefs 30 dozn Swiss Handkerchiefs em broidered edge, worth 12 1-2 cents to 13 cents each, cnoiceof the lot Boys' Waists B-ys' Percale Waists, unlaundred, worth 33c, to close Men's Shirts lien's Fancy Colored Shirts, turn down collars, worth 60c each, to close.. Table Damask K4-mch Bleach Tahle Damask, all pur cotton, imitation of iinn damnsks. that sell at 00c to 75c; beautiful patterns, this wek , A Wash Goods Clean-up An assortment of organdies eianwnes. griss linen-, batists, dlmWas, ft. Jn white and black effects and modmm shades, many styles of prints, takn from linos that we sokl (jarlter at 15c. 20c and 25c, cnolce of the lot por 3'ard.. 6c 20c 25c 19c 10c Lace Specials 600 yards Tor chon Lace, from 2 to 8 inches wido, would be cheap at JJK per yard, will doso thw Qfx ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce that I wul not be a en hdaie for sheriff, in the Republ.can county convention. G T CUBBOX. Jlrs. AVlnMoiv'u Suotblup; Srrup Has been used for over FIFTY YEARS Dy MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS. AL LAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, nnd is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sold by Druggists in every part of the "world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. "Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup." and take no other kind. Twenty Slve cents a bottle. The Tourist Sleeping Car Which tne Rock Island Route will run through to Buffalo -without change, leAvai Wichita at 9.30 a. m., August 21st, is equipped wth bed linen, mat ti esses and all conveniences essential to comfort and convenience in the same manner as Pullman Palace sleeper, and in charge of experienced porter to look after comfort of patrons. The only thing cheap about it is price for accommoda tion ?3.30 for double berth througn. Desiring a first class trip in every par ticular, the G. A. R., Ladies Aid Socie ty and Relief Corps and Sons of Veter ans nave adopted the Fnsco Line as the official route to Buffalo. On to nuffnto. The W. R C. and Ladies of the G. A. Ji. having selected the Santa Fe as their cfSi?ial tcute to the G. A. R. Encamp ment a; Buffalo, have also arranged for a special train to leave Kansas and Mis eauri River points Saturday August 21, ,nnd to ran' through solid, with no change of cars of anv deseriotion. Minifwirc r the G. A. R-. their families and friends rbou: fn? hours 'n waic War Jjtorlr ll!utrgtccl Are -.pt to be entertaining and give the i pud'tor a. comprehensive Idea of the g-imness of battle. Stories -without wrds are sometimes very impressive. The scenes In Libby Prison. Chicago, will go a. long ways towards effectively liberating the stones of the "boys." If you go to Buffalo via Santa Fe's W. B.. C. i .fnc al tram of August 21. you'll have to pilot your are cordially invited to join our party. We -will have the finest train from the west, and It' -will-consist of free reclin ing chair cars, also Pu iman palace and tourist sleepers that wlL ran througn ti Buffalo without change. Inquire of near est Sanra Fe Agent, or W. J. Black, G. P. A-, Tcpeka, for particulars. llxchange Stables. -Exchange Stables at Orlando and bkuwaier. .iaKe a specialty of carryy Also do a general livery business." -Z-cx-l'ng men's patronage solicited. SHIVELY. VAN WYKE & SHIVELY. Desiring a first class trip In every par pen ar, the G. A. R., Ladies Aid Socie ty and Relief Corps and Sons of Veter ans have adopted the Frisco Line as the official route to Buffalo. friends through the old prison. CASTORIA For Infants and Cnildren. Sis f- y? W XT asJocatedralOS S. Douglas avenue, where he Traald -Se pleased to have Ms former patrons, and all o jers in ned of work in his line, csll and see htm. His representatives, Mr. D. W. Jo'jv and. j Joseph Deutsch are new canvassing the city and any orders entrusted to them will receive j?roni3t attentica. ir-i: era erirr cr ?m Mrs. M. Ward -will make a specialty of six vapor baths this week, only 52.00. 331 East Douglas. 77-1 1 Winne & Winne have a few choice Im proved farms for sale at a bargain. Easy terms. 401-403-403 Sedgwick block- 50tf Throach Train to BnfTalo Will leave Kansas City August 21, 1S97, at $:20 n. m.. via Santa Fe Route. This train will haul the through Pullman pal ace ani 'tourist sleepers and free chair crs, carrying the Woman's Relief Corps and tne ladies of the G. A. R. from Kan sas points. Nearest Santa Fe agent will tell you when train will leace stations and junctions in Kansas. See Winne & Winne for Farm Loans,, 101-403-405 Sedgwick block. Wichita, Kan. 50-tf ATwIn Of Pullman palace and tourist sleepers and fre chair cars will run through to Buff V!o via Santa Fe, leaving points in Kansas on August 21. Persons qf; dis crimination, who fully appreciate Ihe slgnifi.-ance of this statement, will pur cnase their tickets over the Santa Fe. 'Ti the official route for the W. R. C, s. fpet which renders comment unneces sary. THE OFFICIAL ROUTE TO BUFFALO. Selected by a large number of G. A. R. Posts throughout Kansas is the MIS SOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY to St" Louis, and the Big Four from St. Loui to Buffalo ia Cleveland. Ohio. Special train will leave Wichita at 2-1C p. m., August 21st, arriving at BufV falo the second morqing at 6 o'clock. Xo change of cars- Cha'r Cars and Pull man Palaco Sleeping Cars will rJn through from Wichita, to Buffalo. t. Diagram of Sleeper now open at City Ticket Office. 114 North J!aa street. Passengers ran go via boat from Cleveland to, Buffalo or Buffalo to Cle,fc land. If they o desire- ST. LOUIS INTERSTATE MER CHANT'S ASSOCIATION EXCUR SION RATE J17.S5. The A.. T. & S. F. Ry. will sell tickets to St. Louis and return at rate of J17.S5, on sale Aug. 16th, Sept. 4th and 6th, re turn limit good for 15 days. X.. R. DELANEY. Phon139. Agent. Altitude and low temperature make summer travel pleasant. Go to Sas Francisco in July via Santa Fe. . R. C. Official Route. The designation of the Santa Fe as the official route of the Woman's Reiief Corps and the ladies of the G. A- R. to the encampment at Buffalo makes this line ths niot desirable one to use. Per e.ins of discrimination will readily real ize why this should be so. Winne & Winne have unlimited fund3 to loan on choice farm property. 401-403-405 Sedgwick block 50-tf Those Sacred Sansr. No school teacaer attending the Insti tute can afford to leave the city without a copy of the "Sweet Sacred Songs." Azk Miss ClarS. your music instructor, a sou: iheax? FRISCO LINE. ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRA-NCISCO R. R. CO. NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT G. A. R-. BUFFALO, N. Y., AUG. 23-2S. 1S97. For the above encampment the FRIS CO LINE win sell rojnd trip rickets to Buffalo for S27.20. tickets en sale .Angus; 20th. JUt. 22nd. limit August-Slst ac-J September 20n- Any rout -desire Fr fuH particulars address . t Z. C. HOAG. " City Ticket Agent. Corner Main and Uqmss. Wichita, Ka. FALL IN! FOR BUFFALO. ONE CENT A MILE College of the Sisters of Bethany Topeka, Kansas. VL "BiG FOUR ROUTE" ACCOUNT i-fts- n iBK t ?ST? .X.-- . !tsi X -B n A P 31st ANNUAL J Ui xli ll ENCAMPMENT. AUGUST 23 TO 28. Ti-ke:s on sale A.n'' aid 23. Gcod return.ng. !a-ing Bjffarf from August 21 to 31. !r.eiiis.v with a ririvHejr of ex'en sion to September 3 on dpos.t of t cket with Joint Agent at BaffaJo. Ajgust and 27. t3clusie For tickct and full laforrnation call en ary ticket agent of the B.g Four Route, or address E. 0. McCORKICK, WARREK J. LYKCH. Pass. Trafflc Mgr. Ass. Gts. P. Ez T. Agt CINCINNATI. .O. For Sale AN ENGINE, 50-HORSE POWER. NEW, NEVER BEEN USED. Address "Enfiine,n This Office. l if tit? lMtf ? 3 A HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Under the auspices o the Protestant Episcopal Church 16 OScers asd-Tcachers. Board and Tuition $300 to $Sn0; ,accoi;ditdlbca. tion of room. -PS . Music, Art and Elocution axtra. Thirty-seventh session begins S2p& $t IS07, RT. REV. FRANK R. MILLSPADGB, D. D., peesidest. MISS ANKIE J. HOOLEY, peikgipal 'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES. CREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE US" OP SAPOLIO & c -;k'