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She WLichitK ai ga&le : grxdas 0ruitis, Sjecemlrex; 10. 1886.
31. M. 'H'UDOCK<ltO.. 1'roprlftnrs.
KEAL ESTATK TKANSFKKS.
Tiio following are tha real estate transfers
recorded ia the office of the register of deeds
Robert Hutchiucrs to Hcalv & Gaebel,
sw qr of ne or 5-37-1 e ? 1G00
Robt C Hutching to John F Duiiickd,
lots 42, 4 1, 40, 13, Mo-.ley ave jola
Kate Graham to AVillinm Sherman,
lots 2, 4, 0. S, "Washington ave Gra
ham's add .". 350
Ephram Willard to D B ileyer, lots .'57,
o r.i, 40, ulK Ji juucliou iun vus
Jos Kirsh to C A Ritter, part of lue
fee qr 20-27-1 e
.Tnhn H Nichols to B S Garrison, lots
12, 14. Oak st Oakland add
Sehweiter, iferriman & Hyde to Win
W Beeman, lots 5S, 00, 02, 01, Ellis
ave Lincoln st add
Ches Firebaugli to Beauregard B Pol
lock, lots :J2. '.VS, cor First st and
Martin ave Firebuugh's j-ub-div
E 11 Caion to A E Wyatt, lots 74, 70,
7S, Ellis ave Lincoln st add
Edgar F. Ca-ad to Esther N. Hernng
ton. lot 3 blk 3. Collcjre Hill add
Schwieter,Merriman & Hyde to Abner
G Winder, lots 57, 50 Lulu ave, Lin
Jas W Lim'j to Jackson Shank, lots
1)27, 2!t, 11. Jackson ave, GreiiTen-
steiu's 7th add
Ella Williams to Hemy J. HoMentein
lots 72, 74, 70, 7, bO, Texas ave W.
Junction Town Co. to O 11 Sis.-ou, lot
19, blk 4, Junction Town Co. add...
O R Sisson to Union City Town Co.lot
19, blk :;, Colwich, Kan
Nettie Zimmerly to Jo-eph Firebaugh,
lot:!5, Chicago ave, AVe-t Wichita..
X T Niederlander to .1 H Hetlinger.
lots 10, Chicago ave, West Wichita.
James W Furnish to David .JI Dickson
w hf, ne qr, 4-20-1 w 4000
James R Mead to G S Weirick, sw qr,
and . qr, 1C-2S-1 e 2500
D ri Husey to II L Smithson, lot 20,
Smithson's add 1000
Butler & Fisher to Henry A. Oanuc,
lots 61, 03, (!5. First st, Butler ic
Fisher's 2d add S15
B S Garrison wJH Smith, lots 5 and
7. Cherry ave, Garrison's 2 1 add 1000
Kate Graham to G W Christian, lots
20 and 26, Wabadi ave, Graham's
Alien. Xorris & Sherman to Ella B
White, lojs 141 and 140, Fourth ave,
B B Pollock to II F .Si-hmHy.er, lot 05,
Fannie ave, Lincoln -t add 200
Chas. Mosbaeher to W C Klein, lots 1
and 3, Washington ave. 'Ihroekmor
ton's add 475
Arkansas Valley Town Co to W G
Roo1, lot 2, bil;2l, Cheney 40
Carey Park Laud Co. to C A Lewis,
lots 17, 19, 21, 23, blk 3, S2, J1, bO,
b" Hk 7, Chenev 2500
G W Oliver to EL Ortt, lots 1239,
1251, Wichita st, Leellen's 21 add. 900
Mary A Brown to Seth Dickey, lots 25,
32, blk II, Brown's -sub div, on Col
lege Hill 1750
R B Tarlton to Dav id Meekins. lots 17,
IS, Triangular add 000
L 31 Fink to Marv II MiL's, lots 25, 27,
blk E, academy add 400
B M Cutler to Alary M uubiur. n lu sw
qr 10-29-le 4000
"Wm Ilensberger to Christ Merzer,part
of sw ir 10-29-lo 350
Col. A. 13. Campbell and Hank Ilciserman
what a team made us apkasant call -ester-day
. Capt. Sproule, of the Greensburg Rustler,
spent yesterday in the city aud called on the
Eauli: in his rounds.
F. S. Miuisou and vuie, J. Howiusteim and
wife and Miss Mela. Lawience left for a visit
to California last evening.
Mr. Rube Israel is the happy father of a
bouncing baby was the news or the street
Mr. Priddy and wife, who h.ive baen visit
ing in the oast for the jmlI mouth, returned
yusteiday looking much improved.
F. M. Wiley, AL IX, United States exam
ining burgeon of Fredonia, who is attending
tho stale sanitary ro iveution, made us a
plcawmt call last evening.
A lively communication or t wo will appear
in tomorrow morning's Eaglk. One i- lroin
a lawyer in answer to who appeared
Tuesday morning, and w ho is also a lawyer.
General Solicitor Asp, or. the Kansas, Col
orarlo &, Texas railway Wichita & Kantas
Cit short line wa in the city yesterday in
oonferenco with tho committee of Twenty's
From North'- Philadelphia Musical Journal
for December we see that Ion Arnold will. on
December 1 4th, at JSt. George's Musical hnll
have direction of a giand musical concert
given by Maud ".' y i'I"
Mead Center's board of traoe passed some
very llattering and highly complimentary
resolution:? touching Capt. R. L. Walker's
effective work in that county in behalf of the
Rock Wand. The Mend Center Globe tunis
turns ii.su f lcose in complimenting our Dick.
Tho niaro belonging r,o Ofil ors Cairud and
Marlatte. and hich slipped the bridle over
her head Tuesday night while stauding m
thestieet, wn- recaptured the same night
about 10 o'clock iu tho north part of the citj"
by Master Claud Aley, and turned over to
W. O. Ridded & Co. hnve lilted up their
new rsal estate rooms over the Kaiwis Na
tional b ink. o:s Alaur btivet The firm's ad-
veriisement will b found elsewhere. These j prices that no one should fail to takendvan
goiitlfinen give careful attention not only to ! tllSe of tin opportunity. 117-tf
ba v in ' and s dan z r-aUv. but to imvhi o'f :
t ies for tton-.v-idi'iits, -t Their new quar-1
tors are very convenifnt. j
Chi Oect ther 0 U.-orge C. iLatia will ha'id 1 n,ean lnlxU,e a,ul uavt -on-' --tnv. "VVe
.-i his ffi-iat iiU-s to John H Gro-man ,,lU,Iui "isilviug Wichita a distributing point,
as . ..untv uH-nur ndei.t of . hool- Tor ! e a"k ,or otlunS Ullt yHr Patronage.
UiH j.ai "iiv cni Mr. Mastm hatiKjrformei ,''a'"ties wanting .stock will do well to take
tl . nuti. of that office nnd attamei a lvpu- a.look at tU(-' samples of our stock on exhibi
i ...oiiMTOitd 10110 sUk.iiiiu ndeiit m this Mon at ta,i -t end of the iron bridge oppo
1 ,u t of she stnte He has wn lude.1 to make T,!,10 t,u' lliv?,J,i uotel and get our prices,
his homo m Wichita, Kansas t, ,.v I H-'y "HI nd it to their interest to buv di
v i.-h Ue lins chos-n for his tumre home i"s l"'1 fr.0,n a "!"ii-il'le nurseryman. e--peci-'
no i.f the grow mg cities ot the gi-eat -outh- ', a U0lne ""t"stry. Avoid buying of deal
A.si. It ik (ouaiuis iuU .C.ikH) inhabit- i eI-s ,aml ,trw lldiei s. "VVe guarantee our
ruts, lk-sil estate is Unit'iiim; there ami ivk IO "e fil-,la-' in every particular,
i cr thing iiMiicaies that rhe crt has a reat e '"he a specialty of sotting and guaran
f.i uietVloivit. Mr. Mnstiu will there en-' umP -took, jarticiilarly evergreens Our
. in Uw tu-actiLVof law aud willalsodeal sfook of lm"e an1 ornamental trees and
: . :.l totiit. The gn hNiHin inspires con-! hrjlb:,l's !,uI1 nn,! 1c?.I,,?Jet''
;. iK-eiuall with whom he colne ju ,H. ' C . Miaw and K H. r5outhwell are our
t, t. We w ish iuni sU vess in his new liM aul" ""ionzwl agents, aud any others who
raid trust thai his highest hoi will l real- i may herwlftT einploywl will be furuLshe.1
ized. He leaves a host ot friends m Carroll I Wlth a wrt,l,lwle ot authority under the
.,jDtv. "We trust aUothat his successor I nuO'S""- Any onlers entrusted to them
"Ar Crossnmn. mav take up the work wheie I 2Te V "PonW fo" Headquarters at
L 1 as laid it doAnaid c.H.tmue the excel-' the Commercial hotel until further notice,
i '.t ic4itnlion which the schools of our ! T ai - " "k& Sox, Propsi.,
have already won. Savanna (111 ) ! Lamar' -"-' aud lclma- an.. nurseries.
Tsmos. ! dll&w37-tf
ii..s week wv
! J.V. '. .Ls. .,
-i. u-u I lbs. lhst rice i
ji. fcr i ntvy tK..iiis i is. tor i,V jjj-lln
1 i-,.u- 15 iis t.u- $l, dark brown sugar 20 lbs
foi $l,go.l i)ast,-l cottw i.V jK.r u, 0hOice
Jap. t 4.V' iiej- liasket, tea dust arte a lb
Ust golden syrup 45c jwr gal., pure sorghum
4.H jK-r gal., maple syrup, gallon cans. 7.V
pure extracted houey N: K.i lb., comb honev
J K per lb., Swiss ci.et.se ic per lb.. Hmi-ef-'
cheese -Vc jvr lb., -hoix- lard c per lb
k.uim! nuts tomatoes 10c, .vjouud cans
t . .V p.alies l.V, gallon cans apples 2.V
liTion. 15c ier can. :-potiiHl cans pumpkin
s , jellies Sc per lb. jiroervos lOc por lb.,
kmut 25s ier gal cabbage jer lb., oranges
:. k per loz., lemons 30e jer doz., cnmlerrils
:5 qts for 25c, cider vinegar 20c per gal. pure
kw. tt cider 25c per gaL
ull-ti Steinhacskr-Mkrkle Supply Co.
Hon. T. Dwight Thatcher, state printer,
who delivered an addre-s beforo the conven
tion last night, and which will be found
elsewhere, made us a cull yesterday. His
subject, "Tho relation of the press to pub
lic sanitation,"' while a new one, probably, at
least an unusual one, was handled in that
scholarly and thoughtful manner for which
Mr. Thatches is so justly famed throughout
the state. The fact is, no subject, in his
hands can fail of proving entertaining and
Dr. Tucker of Derby, who has just return
ed from Wyoming, Washington, Oregon,
Utah, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, and the
entire west, a trip consuming some five or
six weeks, was m the city yesterday. He
says he saw soma pretty valleys and coun
tries, circumscribed, but when one gets
right down to the facts the Arkansas valley
is hard to equal, let alone beat. He found
places whose climate scorned delightful, and
again others with rich soils, etc., but no
place taken all in all to compare with the
Nile of America.
Drs. Schenck of Osage City and Redden of
Topeka, two prominent members of the state
boai d of health who are attending the Sanit
ary Con veuti on, called j'Osterday afternoon to
give the editor of the Eagle a good natured
but sound going over for not having aroused
a little more interest touching the impor
tance of the convention now in session. We
pleaded guilt', but excused our people on the
ground of a great rush of business and a
sudden advance in the prico of suburban
pi operty owing to tho news that Gould had
bought the Arkansas Valley railway. The
truth of the matter i, AVicbita will have to
experience a little sickness before she will
take the proper interest in sanitary move
ments. Secure your tickets for the concert, on sale
at E. Vails-, Talmadge & Co.'s and Robert
Jack's clothing house. Tickets 50 cents.
Beforo purchasing your groceries call and
get prices of A. C. iShober, 511) East Douglas.
To all real estate agentsr I this day with
draw all my property from the market.
December 10, 1SS0. d20-lt-
Notice is hereby given that tho regular an
nual mei'tiug of the stockholders of the State
National Bank of Wichita, Kansas, for the
election of directors, will be held at its bank
ing oilice on Tuesday, January 11, 1SS7, at 1
o'clock p. in. " L. D. Skixxek.
Tickets on sale for the grand concert to be
given Fridtry evening, December 17, at G. A.
II. hall. Do not fail to attend :ia this prom
ises to be one of the finest musicales ever
given in tho citv. Secuie your tickets at
once. " 120-lt
To Whom it May Concern.
All parties having claims against the es
tate of L. M. T. Pope, deceased, iire request
ed to present them to the administrator at
the ol'ice of tho probate judge on Wednes
day, the 15th day of December, 1SSU. The
administrator will be present on that day to
hear proof on claims. C. F. Hyde,
Lots on Exst Douglas avenue. See W. O.
Riddell 8c Co., over Kansas National Bank.
S lots on Estolle avenue at $200 per lot,one
ln If cash. See W. O. Riddell & Co., over
Kansas National Bank. 20-(!t
' cans of choice peas, 25c at Shober's.
chewing tobacco 20c per lb at
Look for program of the concert in Satur
day evening's Beacon and Sunday morning's
Eagle. " d20-lt
0-lb package of coiree 1, at Shober's.
10 acres on North Lawrence avenue for
sa1- by W. O. Riddell fc Co., over Kansas
National Bank, Main st. 20-Gt
i cans of uumokin 10c at Shober's. 20-Gt
;J0 acres on College Ilill'at a bargain. Seo
W. O. Ri Idellcv; Co., over Kansas National
Bank, Mam st. 20-Gt
Blackerries, goo-eberries, strawberries,
raspberries, corn, 10c per can at Shober's.
The choir of St. John's church are corres
ponding with Miss Lillian Hamblin, of Bos
ton, and expect to secure her for their con
cent on the 17th. Should they bo successful
the people of Wichi ta can expect one of the
finest singers ever heard in the citv.
. " d-20-lt
wheat 10c per package at
Tallyho Hour ?1 05 per sack at Shober's.
Chamberlain's Eje and Skin Ointment
Is cooling and soothing, when applied to
sensitive parte, it promptly relieves iulla
matlon, chafing and soreness of skin, and all
smarting and itching diseases. It has cured
chronic inflammation of tho eyes, when
every other treatment had failed. Sold by
Aldrich & Brown and J. P. Allen. 155-tf
Tho Eaglk printing and blank book es
tablishment is prepared to do all kinds of
job printing and olank book making, guar
anteeing their work to bo first-clws in every
re-pect. All counter work, checks, bonds,
perforated, numbered or loose it prices
equal to Kansa City or St- Louis.
Druggists' liquor statements can be procure-1
at this oilice at ?1 per thousand, post
age extra. tWS-tf
, Tho New York Millenary, 13S Main street,
! are vacating their premise's on Jan 1 iu or
I dor to clear ic absolutely. They aro selling
I oil" their entire .roiIr rtf millinori- ot- ,nli
To the Citizens of Wichita and VlciniM.
"We vi-h it knon that we have located a
branch nurerv at YVi.-hitn. and that we
. All the old customers of the Fair are solic-
will lv. trrsl f,r. i. .. ,-. .1 - . r
win leoiIered for the next tmrtv davs at
receiver's sale at the Pair, 14
If you want a frame, hanging lamp, veloc
ilele, bird cage, basket, jewelry, engraving. '
etching, artist material, boy's wairon. brack- i
et. panel picture or anything else go to the I
receivers sale at the Fair. 147 ilaiu st.
To Township Officers. !
ine t.c,LE Printing house have in stock
all the blanks that are used by them in their
business, also justice dockets, civil and
cirminal combined, at as low a figure as any
establishment in the west. w7-tf "
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MARKETS 33Y TELEGRAPH.
Xcir York Money.
New Yokk, December 9.
Money on call quiet at 5 12per cent., closing at
I'rlme mercantile paper JS-'i.
Sterling exchange dull and unchanged:actual rates
4S0fcj for W-day bills and JS3f for demand.
Government bonds aull and steady.
state bonus quiet ana nrm.
Government bonds dull. State bond; dull, sready;
Stocks trifle more active but Improvement was
confined to six or eljht Issues which monopolized
entirely he Ineere.t taken In speculation.
5-per-cents of '&5 125b
Mts-ourl Cs J18,,
Chicago & Alton .$
Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy 13i
Lake Shore 9S
New York Central HK
Kock Island H.'H
nnlMii PniMf'r Oo-K
New York Grain and Proislons.
New York. December 0.
Wheat Firmer; ungraded red, 84M1 39fc No. 2 red,
S9S:eleator, ti;ft'Jl ; afloat, No. a red, December.
SSV. .lanu.irv. fiOUtnOU.
Corn Ungraded, 46 49 : No. 2, 40 ; elevator, il;
atloat.No. i, December. 4TMJ$.
Oats Mixed western,
36; white do. 37G43
Butter Firm at W420.
Chee6C Western flat. 1112H.
St. I-ouls Grain and Provisions.
St. Louit, December 0.
Wiieat No. 2 red, cash, TO'iTil; December, T9Jf
bid; January S0HSl.closlng, 81 asited; February, S1s
bid; May RG'Sba, closing S6.
Corn No. 2 mixed cash. rr.t-j; Decemlwr, u65;
January. 3tK clo-ting. Zr; February, 3GMC6f ; 31ay,
3iVfe4UM, closing. 40.;. ,...,,,
Oats No. 2 mixed cash 20- ; December, 2 bid;
Lead dull for all grades.
Butter Cresmery, 23; dairy. ir23
Whlskev-Steady at SI 13.
Lard-Firm at 6CO.612J.
Receipts Flour, -X)0:, wheat, 2i.0K; corn. 52000;
oats. 21 &J0; rye. MV0; barley, 3sUU).
Shluments Flour, COuO; wheat, 13000; corn. COCO;
oats, nonerye, 2000; barley, none.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
Kakbas Crrv, December 9.
Flour. Car lots, ix. 73: ixx, &T-S&5; family. SI 05
SI 13; choice. SI 33G31 45; fancy, SI SX?81 53; extra
fancy, $1 60$1 C3; patent, $1 952S5 05.
Wheat. Receipts. 13,000; shipments. C.000. In store.
391.000; higher: No. 2 red, cash, 68,, bid; January, G3
bid; May, '5;i bid.
Corn. Receipts. T.00J: shipments, 5,000; In store,
NVJ.OUO; stronger. No. 2 cash,31 bid; December3iJ bid;
January. :Q : May, SCH
IfiOats. No. 2 cash, 23 asked.
11 c No. 2 cash -iS4 bid.
Eggs, butter and hay unchanged.
Provisions. Round lots sugar cured hams.lO.bacon,
10; pried beef. 10; dry salt clear rib side, $3 CO; long
clear. S3 50 shoulders. Si 73; short clear. $G 00;
smoked clear rib sides, SO .; long clear, SO 23; shoul
ders, S-" 25: short clear, $6 75,
Mess Pork S3 50.
Lard. Choice tierce, $0 00.
Mill Stuff. Quiet.
Corn Meal. Green, 75; dried, 60.
Chop. Yellow, 63; bulk. 70.
Ship stuff, Backed. 4752.
Hay. Steady; small baled, SS 30; large, $S 00.
Flax Seed. S2ffiS5.
Hatter. Steadv; creamer' fancy, 2S; good, 23; flue
Clieeo. Full cream, 13);flat.?, 70S; young America,
13; Kansas. 67.
'fallow. No. 1. 3kQ3K; No. 2, 2.
Hides. Dry flint No. 1. 13; No. 2, 10: bull and stag,
s- ilrv Knit. Sit. 1. 10: No. 2. 8: srreen salt No. 1. 8: No. 2.
C: bull and .'tag, C; green uncured, 52Ji; calf, 89;
sheep pelts dry, 911.
Broom Corn fehort, 44W; green liarl, 5: self work
ng, V,il; long coarse. 'A&Vri: crooked, lJJi2.
New York Lave Stock.
Nirw Yoiik, December 9.
Boeves Receipts, 4139 head; cry dull aud weak;
native steers. 3 105 10
Sheep Receipts. 3,800; shade higher; sheep, S3 00
SI 5i; lambs. S3 lO$7 00.
Hogs Receipts. 2s00; prices better; S4 30&5 50.
Cliicaio Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, December 9.
The wheat market was flat and dull during most
of tho regular session witk a downward tendency to
values but awakened into lifo and activity Ister in
the day; together with higher price. Tho opening
price fr May delivery wva84Ji after which market
rallied to Si but fell again under freo offerings 84J
then picked up again to S3J oo encouraging foreign
advices and renewed local and outside buying and
the advance continued at afternoon sesslou.
Cash quotations were as follows:
No 2 spring wheat TtVi
No 2 red 7s .
No 2 corn 37 .
No 2 oats 2b?f .
No 2 rye 53.
No 2 Barley 5t
Prime timothy 177 ..
Mess pork 10S2,4J
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opened Ranged Closed.
7CV: TT'fiM T7J:
Tan T.14 "-X77 7S&
Feb 7b?s 79Hsvs777ij 79
May S4f MS4fi S5-S
Dec 37 37 33fAs 37
Jan 37X 373sa37 STlfS
Feb 37' XWsS; 37
May 4i?4 IZWaiiU 43
Dec 2' 26t32G; 26tt
Jan 2S-V 2G?f26H riOSj,
May 31 31h,a30?i 31
Dec 1072HZ W75 O10C0 1065
Jan 1055 1105 10S74 1090
Feb 1105 1115 10i3 WH
Flour HOiV) UW
Wheat 7S0U.1 70X)
Corn 10900H 39000
Oats S9U0 290TO
Re t0U 1000
Barley 40000 30uw)
Chicago Lire Stock.
Chicago, December 9.
The Drovers Journal reports cattle receipts 9000;
shipments 3000: shipping steers 3 W4 75; htockers
and feeder 2 OOOJ 30; cows, bulls and mixM 1 303 10
bulk 2 V2 25; through Tex steer 2i33 10.
Hogs Receipt 40,000, shlpmeuw 9,U) ; rougn and
mixed 3 59 (34 00; packing and shipping 3 U0i34 !0:
light S 40A3 9S: Skips 323j 40.
Sheep Receipts 6,000. shipments 2ftX, native 2 50
4 3C; western 2 20(SJ 25: lambs 3 754 HO.
Kansas City T.lve Stock.
Kasras Citt, December 9.
Cattle. Receipts. S6S2: shipments, 1C66: steady:
good to choice, $J 33(.t4 13: common tom(dium.$3 2fl
&$S 83; stockcrs. Si 2SS 73; feeding steers. $i SO
$3 40; cows, $1 5tiS2 SO.
Hog. Receipts. KBttf : slilpmenss. 1&13; steady;
good toj choice $J 75CSJ fO common to medium $3 SO
Sheep. Receipts, ir.2; shipments, none: steady:
good to choice, $2 CJJW 23; common to medium,
Si JOGS-' 40. -
St. IjouIs Live Stock.
sr. Lotns. December 9.
Cattle Receipts CAO. shipments, PC); choice native
steers 4 3VSJ 73; fair to good shipping steers 350&
4 M; butchers sts;rs fair to choice .1?VI20; feeilers
fair to good 350j4C0; Texas and Indians common
to fair 1 sngj 3.
lloe Receipts 10100. shipments TOO; choice heavy
bu chers selections 1 1IVS4 23; packers, fair to fancy
3 s5t iB;yorktTs medium to choice 3 653 i5. pigs
common to gixxl 2 5013 C.
Sheep Receipts 1300. shipments 710; common to
prime 1 S564 W.
Maverick National Bank,
CAPITAL - - 400.000.
SURPLUS - - $400,000
Accounts of Ranks, Rankers and Corporations so
Our facilities for Collection are excellent and we
re-dlunt for banks when balance warrant It.
Boston Ls a itesvrxf City and balances with us from
Bauk-- no: located In other Reserve cities count as
a reser e.
Wedrawourown Eichance on London and the
I Continent, and make cable transfers and place
j money throughout the CnttoJ State nd Cunada.
j Government Bond bought and sold, snd Exchang
' ts in Wahingtjn made for banks without extra
c nave a mar set ior prime ars-ctass laTes.meai
ti,-iT,.sa nn iprir. r...i- r.
ue ana Lines wneaLssuins-txinds.
w-dna .-ihmi ftir.tit.f hnjn m invito rr
respondencc. ASA P. POTTFR. Preildeat.
JOS. W. WORK. CVisaier. lS-6ni
Mrs. M. KLENTZ
"Will $ell ucttl all are wld. Ht from 2V to 81 worth
twic the money. Hnd-knit all wool hood, 25c
and 3c A. fall lire of Cloaks. Cnderwear. Con-:
Pnatl. Hndl.erehlef5. Cot-, Ostrich FtfcTs
Btrii, Wine... Ribbons. Velrw. Plnb-v. At.tr
chans. Ladle comt early to secure bArsala
To elose Odds and Ends of Stoek
Of eourse every one eost more
Anyone wanting a eloak
Regardless of Style
Can Seeure a Bargain.
ew York Store.
M. KOHN &
326 DOUG-LAS AVENUE.
WM OP STYLES and OT PRICES.
Former Price $5.00
Former Price 6.00
Former Price $6.00
Former Price 8.00
Former Price 10. CO
Former Price 15.00
Former Price S5.00
Former Price 7.50
Former Price 0.00
Former Price 11.00
Former Price 13.00
Our Goods and Prices are Warranted and
ONE) :: PRICE),
326 DOUGLAS AVE
For Ms Headquarters in Wichita.
Presents For All.
Toys and Dolls, Books and Games, Plusli Goods, Silk Handker
chiefs, ana all the LatesfNovelties for
Eememher our store will he open every evenincr, commencing De
cember 13th. thereby glvngall an opportunity
to buy their Holiday Goods.
STAMPING DONE FREE
All parties buying Handkerchief s and material for embroidering,
can have their stamping done free of charge on handkerchiefs.
A WORD ABOUT CLOAKS.
Remember a cloak or wrap makes a nice Christmas present, and If
you wish to see me Fool Cloaks Away, for that, is what I am
going to do between now and Christmas. Call at
The cloaks will sell themselves. It will need no talking only
whisper the price in your ear.
Temple of Economy;
109 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
1 38 Main Strkkt.
A Cliance Seldom Met
"We are vacating our premises on January 1st. and.
Our whole stock in order r-r close
nave a large and elegant stock or
Trimmed and untrimmed. which we offer at Marvelously cheap
prices. Our Hrimmings, Fancy Feathers, Plumes
and Tips will ba sold equally low.
REGARDLESS OF COST.
No lady should fail to make use of this splendid opportunity.
Winter is here. In order to avail yoursolf of first opportunity
to eu joy a pleasant ride, call on
Kelly, Alexander and Rahn,
NO. 123 .tfArtKVT STREET,
And select one of those elegant Cutters, of which they have a rinn
stock both as to style and finish, single or double. Also a stock f
runners for converting your buggies Into a sleigh, at pxicas to stilt
M. ft. K.iC3Li.E.
ROCHELLE & RHOADS,
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance.
lm proved and Unimproved Lands, Ranches and City Property
Ma&e CoUocdons. Bant Houses and Pay Ttixoe.
Whipple, Conway & Co.,
118 South Main St.
i H&reJotsof itantete. Gratis and Tile. "Wood, Slate ;md Iron
Man e 8, 3cos' Ic Hie. Do all orfc ia the very t:st manner. Don't
at huv vmnwls tmtU jou Intra seen our prices and swjek. The
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it out entirely by that time. "We
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