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TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1908. WICHITA DAILY BEACON PAGE SEVEN PUNK AT HEAD OF BATTING LIST ..FALBMOITNT PLATES IS HITTING BETTER THAN 0THE2 CHAMPS Hetling Is the Eeal Leader, However Both Holland and Annis Have Had a Slump in Their Batting of Late YESTEBDAY'S BESULTS. Hatrhlnwon, Tj Oklahoma City O. Other tanmf off dity. WHEBE THEY PLAY T0M0EBOW. Wlchltn at Enid. Hutchinson at Oklahoma City. Topeka at Joplin. Wrbh Cltr at prlnicf eld. Clyde Plank, the Falrmount college player, who is now covering the second rcack for the Jobber. I leading the (am In l.iuinir at the presertt time. H Ih batting- .Ml. In Sunday s Kami! he failed to rei a hit for the first time since, joinintr the Wichira Hub. However. "Hefty" Hetlintr Ih the real leader of the Chump! an he has p!s.yed in every game. Hates, the Fainnounter, who lead the Jobber for a short time, fell way down In the battlnij lint, and Plank cay do likewise, but not nearly so much, a he 18 evidently a better batter than HateH. Holland and Annls have both fallen down In hitting of lute. The averages follow: Players AH Plank 2i He'iinir 17 raneil 1'! uelHser 2 Holland ! AnntH V Bohn lidilleton i--5 Cerrnak 34a Armstrong 1 Bates 4: Nichols ft Scott .' 44 Speer Idck Misse -. Clark W HE'S GOING TO BE HER "STEADY. ii 33 44 Pet. joplin f.l , iEy YCU3N rr: i iftfj enid ! caVt you EL JrlJ V1 W"h wwTKijti ,ii that . jLiissJ kmZM 'j''' yesterday After the 'bird lnnin? Chicago did not tjet a hit. Since Smith has deserted the Wait Sox, Corniskey has been hf'T anoi.M r ' twir.'er He has made an offer to :- 'Waal.ingtin for J-'aiketiberg. ! -.IfM By securing a slnicle yester lay Wae-jtf, : ner made the two thousandth hit of liifl baseball 'jareer. :ih j .'.14 Rhoily HendrlT of the Enid team vl-Red with frlertdg here yeeday. ;i ! NleholH in not Rettini? away well at .;"3:tf.ird with the M.iiretii. 'vV- STAJDrrJG OF THE TEATlS . j Weitern AnftfM.'intlon. !Team K ilncludir.g only players now with me team. LIVED THREE DAYS AFTEB HE WAS STBUCK BY A LOCOMOTIVE. only with their own BubfTiptlon but wiih any others they may b ab! to get f'T iciu. In rnai.y piacen you will r.nd peij,le n ho hfive not tx-ert soil:!; ) ;it all dur-r.if the rr.nteftt and yu wsll do weil to Uet to llic-rn fint. 25 Women s Cloth Suits Plsiin Panamas and fanr'y PtrifK. Jacket.- lined with atin or silk taffeta lining's. Lone and short sleeves. $25 Suits, Price, only $9.50 20 Suits, Price, only 6.75 15 Suits, Price, only 3.95 Sale of Women s Wash Suits 2) Women's Summer Shirtwaist Suits, made from plain frinphams, daintily trimmed. AVhite linen collar and trimmed cuffs. Price, only $2.95 Sale of Lingerie Dresses 50 Soft Frewh Mull Princes.? Dresses, trimmed with fine French Vul. laces. Colors white, pink, blue and champagne. $8.50 value?. Price, only $4.95 Sale of W omen's Long Kimonos .7) Women 'h Long Kimonos, dainty patterns. White grounds, dots and rings. Trimmed with fine !aee. 1.75 values. Price, only $1 .35 Sale of Long Gloves IG-button MuUM)uetaire Silk Lisle Gloves. Black, white and tan. $1.00 values. Price, only 75c 25 Pair? of Lace Gloves, wrist lengths. Tans and black, 75c values. Price, only 1 5c Pair WHO WA5TS A BICYCLE: ! eye a they manire to read a few linet POLICE HAVE F0UB OF THEM: Z"' o John Blain Met With a Fatal Accident While On the Way Home from This City. ; track. Hut the rv.nntar.t diricuity Picked Them Off Htreet Where the find th p!'e after the ii nutnerp.b! Owner Left Them. i interruption ' r,r"" tne vrr,!'!it utrain Htve yoti !ot a wheel ,a;i WESTEBN JiSSOCIATIOS. Hatrhinnon, "( Oklahoma City, O. Oklahoma City. June 3. The M-ts returned fro-n the road minti any in?er yeHterdav and the Paekers made mmee meat of them. Love i out of the gsme with a sprained writ. T!ie ncnre: Hutchlnt- n 0 J 0 . 9 1 1 S 7 1 Oklahoma CP.y 0 " ' n ' 0 " ' - Wrlshl and Haas; Hofftr and McCon-oeil. WESTERN LEAGUE. Lincoln, '1 Hearer, J. Lincoln, Neb., June 25. Seore: Lincoln ' ' -t 9 1 Denver 0 ' 0 t 0 1 0 0 0 1 S 4 Johncon anaV (cjjat Collar. nun and McDonouifh. ' f " " ' Dea Moloen, 17 Omaha, 1. De Mo'nen. Ia.. June 2i.T"n Molne ) riut..- xv l. p i. j Wieiita ' ! .0.4 ! j H'jtchinpon 'Si . ' :Oklahimt City i 3) -. , '. TopeK.t j. :s. I Webb City J3 :i V. I Jopiln 3 al A Spr:ti.'ie! 1 1 :7 r. Enid II X ;.:, j Amerlcaa AMoclatlon. ..1! . . :t.j . ,--t Ci'lbB Iiidianapr-Hs Loulnvllle .. Toledo Cfii'.ltlil.'J ! ... Minneapo': . Milwa jke,-. .. Kaiinaa City St. Paul .... a: American c:ub '''11041 .., . St. Loui Cleveland ... Detroit .. .. Philttd-!! ! la Leairne. W. broke tUo Weaiern L.-a-n record for .ww y,jrk thia seasjn in runs and h:t. Score: I'e Moires 1" " V " 7 x-17 -1 3 Omaha ... ' ' 1 " 1 1 3 Bumar and Pidel and Raaa; Jiik-son and Lebrand. Sloax City, 3 Paehlo, 3. Sioux C ty, la.. June 3. Score: Floux Cit 0 1 0 1) ii 13 9 2 Pueblo 0 1 040 100O-2 4 1 Furchner and Shea: Jamei and Smith. AMEBICA5 LEAGUE. Philadelphia. t Cleveland, 2. Cleveland, O., June 23. Score: Cleveland o 0 0 0 .' iV-I 4 Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 5 1 17 Chech. Jlhoaden. Hem r-.nd N. Clarke: Ce-ombs, Plank and Power. Detrtilt, 4 rkiriitn, 1. Petroit. June U?. Whit paed Craw ford to ffet Cobb In the gixth and the lat named ir.K:e-l and tied the cor Two riHes, three hit and a saenfi fly In the eighth decided it in favor ttroit to 1. Alter the third inninn I4jeii t :o mo e.-'. i . i i . - of tbe early one were followed by double play. Both teams I Uiiie 1 nr.n- iiona;iy. score: ltroit itimilt-4 0 ChV o 1 0 a v 0 1 J 3 W:itt and Thomas: White aud Sullivan. NATIONAL LEAGUE. t. LoaU, 1 1 Boston, 0 Boton. June 3 Score-- St. Louis ,,,., ; aa e, t, 1 Bhtn 0 0 ( e f" 0 1 0 J 1 Raymond and Ludwis; Boie, Limia-tnan and Smith. Cincinnati, 4 Plttkhnra;, O. PlttKbur. Pa.. J'ire J? Score. PHtuhurir ),.,,. 0 0 - j Cincinnati j.)(io:M 0 Maldx. Yuna; and Gibson, WWn'.er and Sci.'eL Brooklyn. It I'hllndelphla. O. Pr-Hk'n. June J -Sfir: Ph::;i 1.1 pi a ..!.. a v- & Brioklvn o 0 " 11 8 : MiVuiII -n and Jackilts.h: HuUt and Bergen. r York, T: Chlcaan. I. N' Y rk, June 3 rica: J New Yoork -1 rt i " " " x 7 ii LondureT and Klitg; Wills and Brnahen- R'Wfm Washliigit n '-' National Leasjae. Cluho W. rhicakf j Plitbura; -"3 ''incinnat ft New Y Tk Phlladelprla i Boston -4 St L-ui 14 Brook. ya C!ul' ma 1. a .. . Lnc"iri ... ioux Cf:y I. ey. vi r ... . I'ueb.o ... . L'e Moino Western Leaaue. W. 3 .13 I.. P't. -J 'f 13 .'.4 13 (?! i . e 45 L. I'ct. J C :4 .:r.- : :i J i'4 .47. : 1 . : 14 4.4 ..'.4 1.. Pi-t .f .:5 .4 it :-"t X .4- 31 44 :a .411 a L. Pel .4 .: .3 e rr . on t. ITrj:'." ; ;.i j.i.y i slv.-n i;n. it - of White r-'-:umi;f to hi J.otr,e ttrvilie, K..ti., ait-r vu:t:ntf in thl (ity, John Blain a . ,i In. ..oi.ot;'..-. He r'-oei'-ed w?:i. h refuted ;t) his- death. . .-pei.t the '.:.i tl.e hiK iMer. Mrs W. y- S.oith lorii;.. h.-t-r, :. ind left :er ptrt of !;it 'k for !.is : At Paola. Mr. Hla:n w.-.f to 'hiitii,-'. can As he left , he i H'r'irk by the ehirine id .!!. T:.:ri and rr-'.-elve i fatnl ie:,d. !!.. k ar..1 chest, v.'.-iy r-ro.el n the hin v. l..-r'- M :r..r.'e v. .-re Toper attet.tion. AS Mi'.', Mr. Blain wa al!- o be ir -.v.. 1 ;e w,-i. taken to hi hojre. I'jion h: removal to his home :.e .t-;d:lv irre-.v wore, ui?er:r.ej both from extem-; ar.d :rU'rn.l :no.!T:efi. Vor1 uti r--- . ejved ,n the c.ly ye.f r il.v !iV hir sf-r thnt af'er :!' rii.t intensely from hi injuries for three Jay? that he had died. Mr Biain i tin-!v-1 by hi wife and four little chiUten. HI" relative In the city are his lister. Mrs ;. W. lb'-K-eter, and a nice, Mis Elhel Mo-F'-eter. The bc.iy will be liiken to Walnut, Kans., fr.r Intern. -nt. Tie j.liee have "K&ll .ere I'" four M-y. !e in a i-.ar.y i.iKt.i off ti e .-treets. T .i- w' m ! were four ! lertt.inif ; ralr.M Je . -.rVft T.es where Tl e'r owe.r, y fcj '.'ib'Tl- fore'-tter.' f m. Tr.e re-;Mre i-.re at the polii htatler., awalt- n ' he'r om'ners. Tl.e wheel are all It eo'd eor.lplon. in " Kl.r'iore. w:h b.i.' k frarr.e iMer brake: sr. -th r -'. has a re l fre.n.e wit: out run, : at- T. ere R r..e i.iark "irr.ferl- 1 ' wle. 1. The foort:. has a t lii k frtkif.e ar.d :.o r.ii.-i ri.ate. ne r.-i Whether Taft Wins OH NOT, IT IS CEIITAIN We Win a man can ;ut hi eye to. j-very rltr.e tho ear lurches he lo his jicie ar. 1 .1 tuke eeveral m ore'.s of Uie harJ -t fc-.rt of eye w:li to flr. l It oiniiri. o'.f v,jre n ne c , rol ler hi y ; -j.it a they are working &lr!.t but the rr.iriute they beln to fi.il .he wo.v! r what m the world : the mat-1 r with them. I have known of nv- ral c,-(i, rerent'y where huy rr. n, v. ho - the.r ! little in 'heir work. have been troubled with the:r eyes. I , ' ouid r.aoily traie the d.fficulty back ;ill,filr but the tinderest of the buds at rt. Scott Sunday ronrnir.r. They also -,o ..tf t .ar rcailir.jf." though whtu then are scarce they received many otl.er beftutlful and tu The !a'ln- trrfctltude of ihoe who have corn under our treatment for the exs!venn of MOIU'HINC WHISKEY, COCAINC. ETC For particular addres THE WHITE SANITARIUM Wichita, Kansas. BEABEfG ON CAES i . R00n HELP3 THE EYE DOCTOBj "TJG. :.n 'fv', I"""1"- i'r. liothwell Is passenrer r.d llrket asrent for the Missouri Pa ife: railway In this city. Ilnntlnst the I'lure Is a Hard Kr, Strain. P.e.-idir.i; on tr-t cr ar.-l train cau" :noro s-iiht fa. lure than any ' other thir.ar i'i';e '-an R' jron;!r.-r.t local j.hy!.-b-.n w ::.a.ie a, Murfy of the e failure. Hi i:.v kt'gatlor.s. .VI r .-everal ar. ay a hi has .f :K-ht which observation. -er,t of the .- -ht They Partake ol One of the Season's Luxuries. Flo:.ft, t)oueive. tcardeners ttnd everybody else who raise s.-.-i j.ea , re having no eay time to harvest heir croi bevause of the ,p.trrn .. 1 These little jies' are to hover; bout sweet it vir.e &.I iay and the, rr.ltii.te no ui le ill t-:rt they w.-ip I will tke eventhlnc but the full bl ' flowers. It !s said that If a row of sweet peas is left er.tlrrly ur.jruaidfrd for an hour -r o the sparrows win ; SQ0STEES PAID BILLS tr:p :i o: fcvery dju. j A.YD HAD MONEY LEFT I llialrman John L. Powell Makea I financial Report. The chairraaii of the Commercial dn! From the MIoarl Paclfle Rallssar trip Jf,vn Powt.n h&i rrnOred art Rnlre, . len.jzirM Muu-nii-iii ii u,d nrveipis 19 CUT GLSS PBESENTS FOB MB, AND MBS. C. K. BOTHWELLj s.'jow that a .arsre fail-ir-- in 'il ler pe j !e oriirir.a'.e in j ion fr'm some neirhboring tree the hal it of readlr.g on "treet car h.r thev have been hldlr.K sr.i be- P.eaiir.S on tr.tir. is not juite 0 bad, g:n jiUkin the young and tender Ia pitcher and six g.aes, fern dish, ptp out it is harmful. i'l-rM.i.t never think of hurting !ht-!r The err.idorea of the Mlvsnurl Pac'f. ! rail-ssy yesterdsy presented Mr. and 1 ar.-l disbtirmeM frr th trip. Th Mrs. Charl.s K. Ibdhwell with cut I ..j.,,, frn7n t ar, , and extra meals Kiasisrare set. The set nor. 1. is of a expenditure .srs all covered and a balance of US.tO Ti.ey don't siern to be satisfied with j kri Sit. Mr. unj .Mrs. Rolhwell were rr.irrld turhe-i into th club treasury. 2 M U5 BEST," SAYS LITERARY GENIUS-.- There i.i also :e n : WOLFE STOCK COMPANY IS GOING AWAY FOB SUMMEB Some of the Member Will Return others Will Not. The Wolfe stock c'Ti.i.hhy after a most Kuccesfful .reason disbands the ia.t of this week to reopen at the New .Vir.itorium in Ausrust. The lat-t ea.. n has been a s'r- r.uou enf for the member of the 1 'ij.j.;.r.y. j Next year' con ',-r. i.y w:il lie mui h c.r.tre.l. Wlh- n R. Todd -:IJ not be ;eau:n man. He has di-tnor.ftr.ited that he ,s pr-'babiv one of ths be-t actor ever a;i-enr:r.R litre in ttotk but I he laiks vefatliit". Mr. Wolfe is now '.rrhir the :r.an. He ).at I OUR JUNE CLEARANCE SALE ; t :i ' I . Another Week of Mighty Value Giving Prices Greatly Reduced All This Week iPnnrmrn Amnni Vnsip r,i" In- Met a M.irky ffteAc-a AnotTiee ' r.ew ieaj:ne ady. t- gethcr with her hue- ni' h '.I .-tar: ..'.it next season, ..1, dr:ii c Huff will piay star in the pany next ; e,r Jane M orjran and her h ishar.d. Le'. Bryant. :il ?o to foloriio for the interest in musical circle, but amors; I s'ltnmer M.es ...itr.n. .,o.e i. t.r- he wr'ter la pr. 'at:( n ar ,r,,.ie.i 111 To the Editor of Th- Peucon. The 01 rnrovervy je-ndlng in The Beacon. i-uncerniriB the merits of the musicians of this city, has arou-l some .in ity, .11 be With the co: seasi'n. Herbert F III III. whO.e rmUM h;in t. play "hea .t at e'oith.e, K.iii. He .ll May In Wlvhi'ri. Hen Reaki and her hubnn-l. Hr.rry K. Hamilton, will spenl tMe sultry days in their former home at i C'.e eland. .. Th.y will W with 'he Che-ter Wallace 'will sr n hi home In Wiiliamsfor !. Pa. Mr and Mr Loftu will -;mmer In U'S AMERICAN ASS0CUn05. -Kansas City t In- At Kania City- clianapoiis 2. At Mr oeApol: M nrapolls-Louis-Tl"l. Barne postp.ned. min. It St. Paul iit. Patl-Toieda postpon-tl rain. At Jliiraukee Milwaukee 1, Columbua TTNIOB LEAGUE. fit Riverside baseball t-am J. ftd the Liawood team Sunday afternoon in aa exct!r.; ten Inmn contest- Tie tram i won in the inh ir.n.ns; after two men were down. Hewey. f'rst bserr,i a fr the R;veriJe, lnllnc ; to left f.eld and st-alins; se-uni He a brought henia br a two bTr by the literati, of whom chief, (confidentially I J .n! n.:nJ tell-inir you that I am the only r-al "we,! of Ehk'Usa und' f:lej" in town, th. Jlfpute 1 painful. We literary genius" occasionally ir.g and piay a iitt. but it i strict. for our own amusement, and no douot it would be particularly discordant at. I offensive to the trained ear of the dis-.iiile of Euterpe. v 1 .......1 .o.-e.r that a the corr.p ihy rn xt yea ; mbol of the science of music consist of not, cleft. -ies, key, time, rests, , thi ,i!.tut. be cnr.ducte.1 upon a . taf T,ith note, trill, quaver, demi-' Mr. W o.fe an 1 w:.e. .or.rer. -i.-s ,e. ,,..t ...w liir tci!. of Orare Huff, will .Mt hs net. g-:r.g the rr'i.ie. In usinK :h- raw mater :1 ' to L Ar.i'. Snn ..' rh.. o'erstL worl. :ht-e rr-t rru- ' other plnffs Mr sical reniueea evidently r writitut Caste 1 in pi.k.l.if up s few c ! a-t-rs for th. r un air.u--m. nt. an 1 the re- . anJ r.any m w and :-! ; .a; s iur:r.? ult ivcs a sho. k to rc tra.r.ed eye the summer. of the sk:l!ej etymolonist. As the amateur musician Tats and harps in his attempt to render the elasi. In nniic. o the lit-r-irv 1.- inner, with hi 'lecirr.s. ortgmal ; orthcraph. lack of i:temr- -te. n-1 ve Q,rit jn Qur Piano Contest Art niciue and cr-ude verniar. invariant hee time"" and perpetually Tat." never reiievinB the monotony wit.1) a sinirle "sharp." The Cr: in our popular rr! and Let him S"'v' " a "rt " , piano contest have been d' ir.g r.me A LITERART GENIfS. nar,j wrK '.atelr and they are now .ONLY FOUR MORE WEEKS Getting Bojy for the C!oe. 1 THIRTY HABVIST HANDS FOB THE WHEAT TMTSFBS n Ofrtawr Joe Hsrtr en With Then lt.t 4kt. Pol'ce Officer Joe Xardy-left oer the Frleco railway last n;ht Storjt. This rame pots lis K:vertdes thirty harrest rwi 1 or - ,T" la firat pace it the J inior ie ie, 1 1 Fr-tienr . Mr. Hardv r--Ptir spent bancs; ten t -d wth t2 Lunwooca. a w-k elsltlrc amor the far-ner at Tae score by innr.a-r Salina. Lyons ard r-e-ders. k Te Llnwl I ! 1 4 7 1 farmer complaln-l 'o M- Sar-'r of Ii:vri,c. ... ItlotUlll-i si ur of n.en to .ri't the a. fcatter: RteerseJ-. ITiodea and Bone; which caused him to at .er ice mea w.,h ,t Uawood. Sichiilios; and iie. ' aaa ue c-m u i ie Every irri should rt -nor.g ner rj ' ' . I , , n.m feosi t once now and ssst a.l of them ' ll ' CAUGHT AX ZKL ZlAIS. r-ttin ridy f-r the ios.. of t c All this e.k we are pvir,c the ntn . - rcipon with h '' on ul-. r-.j tii -ns, as a'nearr -4 !-f and the s-tr' are trortjir. hard Vr this. X...W w:l! be a Fvvi t:me to see rn-jn if the r P' ho i-jbsTtM m th you at the b-rtnn'r.ir of the cor.t--t. If vou obmin d ther ahcTT'tns for three u month. o to them aain and rt them ' to riT. Many of them w:Il take it f r a yer r...w that they have started ;. Dlwk cl Kll. blurher Plain toe. blue her style. Psu- Tan nus!a M l n'M 11-10 value.; e. 1 S Asserted Flowers, worth up jar, eyel. gooj fittlna (.Rt Iatr Uxforda. Culn sh: Wuc'r rut' ",'nt'oa i v k "d "cellent wanni; two to . . . ur rswular h" ,W,'T , 't'.Uh''1 6 to II y-'irs: salt I tn Smc a bunch. for l six.s- reg- WW' cowboy heel, large eyelet i; U I u'ar I values j.y vaJuea. Juris Clfiniii retruiar i.O vai jes; prt-: MoS ' 1c 1 r tl M iisle Price, pair tl 4 pair tl H J .J!rr White Sumrrer th-eea for k Ladiea' Ho. Supporter. ihiliren, !--autlful!- trimmed I ,n ail colors, regular . . V In !" ar '1 embroidery; sixes values, pa.r II: "i to 14 year. Ketrular " ' t- !! r : each 11 4 a' .ide Hose Supporters, res'- u.ar I'-c value. . S . . C- a. X lUru'.ar V n values; u p.ir c f: lr Suits and bnirt f'." '771 Waists at M , ,..,. CCT j r-i'i Ii n)nt are hundreds sf Interest- I p tlearance trices ct r. r? : 3 ths from 13 fl rcl' -bly Li ir- ..re1,r . that vrru phcu.l 1 A I H I in:;;t:gpure' 2. I , .i... Nex,,.. v-: ml 5 Tnmmlntr. Trimn.eJ and Cn. ( Wai-ts. err broidery and lax Ci-r.hasren blue; ry stylish arJ 1 1 ,,.,ri Hat, all e sut ac. Z I tnrrr.el- very pn-ttv effects of and irreatly in demand at pre. ! I I I SUctr. ent.reu.each.,.:, ; J? 1! 3 ? IT1" Ail of our retrular e,,ue up J . 9 , ! I fhlrt Suns: embroidery . M" t 1'' , Ar-sT'le. ' "u " l 1 and lar trtmmed suits. Just the lacsj ana r.-.nnnjtrj i.i:o:ae-j f .I II n y .-, the rr.axiy real moner-aar. 1 ,hlI,K f , ,r f wr t ear. TJsi Wisi. Jur. cdeannc i ,, J.H I I ir, ite-r.s now beinf offered ,aiue. r-iuced to. each .. . : sneie I rice, each He R::2 . I w-ll .n- 3 .ai. r4 v .. ... a,..,. . ,r F '.; lar.VroiJener, Indadte, I ' Coj-ntax.n blue. :th white J Jrn Cnr.r Sale 1 V-V -rrrmmx. and cc.lars. resru.ir Jt7 It, yrd TV" Mercerlied Screen V i " va.uea. June ciear- . , V Petticoats 7c V ' lnc prtc HH " ! r p.eirular value up to lie a j yard. Oar. r nr. 5ale Prion Jo !i ti.JS Merrer.ted SaXeen f mmmmmm 1 j PettKoats 7e v S Na. Don't fail to see tb mur I i Ceanr Siie Barsraics la our B ., """" Ersbroideiy acol Lac Depart- $1 VO Imitation He:hsr- bloom Taffeta Petucwus SV o men-, : 1 1 ' I i l r j . Ormia Tctt,,c ofTlrti.-! sr they : f-r that 1 cicait iwmthi - 1 WrC Wect o Metier on:.. 1U, u.is comatry. " uc'" J ' !f wr1hrf f.rr brr. T-il thm of th I a f? ) K-rbroidered Flounce U Heaiherol'x-m" Tff ta. Pet-il t.ci.al all colors: a. so com- b. nation fancr stnis; each tl V. -Jt Black pettiPowts, spim-iiJ Talue. sa. pTKl tl ChiUren Dress In white ml fancy colors: sisea 1 to i; fc.rnier price each Sc June Oa.'nf fait Pr 1 RerulJ- Me values: sixes 1 to f. sa r-f Cr.iiiren' Summer Dressea. repuiar 113 selers; sute f to 14; June Os-Tir.s; Sal Pricey each. 75 WICHITA CO-OPERATIVE STORE JUST OUTSIDE THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT LESEM & DILLON 119 SOUTH MAIN

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