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THE KAKSAS CJTt J01RNAL.THUHSDA Y.JULY 22,1897,
AN AWFUL FAMM MIX-UP.
Royal makes the food pure.
wholesome and delicious
PEOPLE I.V SOCIETY.
K.GLUSIA-FIIi:iTAG CASH IS FAST
It Hn Xenrljr Cnimcil a Shooting and
Yesterday the Guilty Fnrtlea
Got Off -With n. Fine of
The domestic troubles of Henry Engle
man and Jacob Frcltac -were thoroughly
aired In Justice Krueger's court yesterday
afternoon. Engleman and llrs. Freltag
were charged with adulters' '' the wom
an's husband. Kngleman Is a gardener In
the Uast bottoms. The testimony In the
case was to the effect that Freltag, who
Is employed by tho Helm Brewing Com
pany, had rented a piece of ground near
Kngleman's home and taken his family
there to raise garden produce for the mar
ket. He continued to work In the brewery
and each week sent J3 to his wife, which
hho was to save and buy a team. Each
Saturday night Frcitag returned to his
family and stayed over Sunday. Two
months ago Engleman made a proposition
to Mrs. Freltag that she and her family
move Into his house and go into partner
Iizlp with him In cultivating both pieces of
ground. Freltag consented when he learned
of the plan.
The Saturday night following the remov
al of Mrs. Freltair to Engleinan's home.
Fieltag was thrown out of the house by
Ills wife and Engleman. They were fined
J19 and costs in Justice Krueger s court.
Mrs. Freltag returned to Engleman's home
and continued to live with him despite her
husband's j!ens. He then had them ar
retted. Lat Wednesday during the peti
tion for a change of venue by John Schle
gcl. charged with murdering Dr. L. A.
Uergcr. the Freltags and Engleman ap
peared for trial. The cae was continued
until yesterday. Mrs. Freltag started home
with Engleman when the enraged husband
nt tempted to shoot Engleman on tho street.
The revolver was taken from him before
any harm was done.
in his plea before the Jury yesterday. As-Fi-tant
Prosecuting Attorney Brady re
ferred to recent murders which have oc
curred owing to the alleged infidelity of
wives to their husbands and said that Mrs.
Freltag and Engleman should be punished
txTcre another stain was placed on the
county. During the argument of the case
by Attorney Kimbrell for the defense, Frel
tag liecame enraged at the flowery things
th? attorney said about his wife and shook
hi fist at him. The Jury fined both of the
parties R9. An appeal was taken to the
When the case was over Freltag met his
wife at the foot of the stairs leading from
the court room. His temper got the best
of him and he started to curse her for
breaking up his home and "lying about
what she had done." Mrs. Freltag started
for him with her fists clenched when Frel
tag was Dulled aw-av by his children and
a bystander held Mrs. Freltag.
BAKERS FALL OUT.
Each Ha Ambitions of III Own,
Which Lend to Trouble for
Until of Them.
John Clarkston and F. J. Barger have
been partners In tha bakery business at
Missouri and Troost avenues for several
months. Recently difficulties arose be
tween the two owing to differences In
opinion as to how the business should be
conducted. Matters grew worse and It was
finally decided to dissolve partnership.
Each, however, wished to continue in the
bakery business and they could not come
to an agreement on a division of the stock
and fixtures. Yesterday morning, it is
claimed. Clarkson removed a large portion
Of the fixtures during the absence of Bar
agcr and not having the means to remove
the rest, proceeded to demolish It with an
ax. When Barager returned and saw what
had occurred during his absence he swore
out a warrant for Clarkston's arrest on a
charge of malicious destruction of prop
erty. Ho was arrested by Constables Mc
Klnney and Ashton. of Justice Walls"
court, and gave bond for his appearance
for trial Saturday morning.
IN COURT EIGHT YEARS.
Latest Marc in the Harriman Damage
Suit Is to Prevent Mrs. Harrlmnn
From Disposing- of Property.
F. L. Washburn secured a restraining or
der yesterday, preventing Mrs. Maggie M.
Harriman, wife of Colonel D. S. Harriman.
from disposing of three promissory notes
for $1,000 each and from transferring cer
tain property covered by a deed of trust.
This is the latest move in a case which
lias run the gauntlet of several courts for
eight years. In 1SS Mrs. Harriman was In
jured in a Pullman car near Boston. She
sued for damages. General Benjamin F.
Butler and F. L. Washburn being employed
as counsel. The case was transferred to
the federal court, and Mr. Washburn be
came liable for costs by Indorsing the writ.
Mr. Washburn carried the case to the clr
t ult court of appeals, and was beaten. He
I. ild tin- costs and sued Mrs. Harriman for
the amount. $1,1!K.07. The costs were com-
i'i Imii, Mrs. Harriman agreeing to pay
ilw. and .the proceedings yesterday were
to prevent Mrs. Harriman from disposing
of certain property of hers.
RESTAURANTS MAY USE 0LE0.
Only Hotels and Boarding; Homes
3Inat Label It, According to
n. Learned Justice.
Emll Scharnagel, charged with selling
oleomargarine as a substitute for butt:r in
his restaurant on Walnut street, was yes
terday discharged by Justice Walls. The
.ise was tried Tuesday morning and the
Justice took it under advisement, owing to
the numerous points of law raised on either
hide. Yesterday he decided that Scharnagel
was not guilty on the grounds that the
statute under which he was arrested pro
hibited the sale of oleomargarine only in
hotels and boarding1 houses.
Selilecel-IVeher IIcurluK Continued.
The preliminary hearings of John Schle
gcl and Otto Weber, charged with the mur
der of Dr. L. A. Berger. at Twelfth and
, ilnut streets, on the afternoon of July 8,
which were set for this morning in Justice
W. lis' court, have been continued until
Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Both the
M.ite and the defendant were ready, but
owing to the illness of Justice Walls, which
prevents his holding court except for a
few hours in the morning, the cases were
i-ortinued. Major Woodfon. attorney for
the defendants, was In Justice Walls' court
jw-rday morning and stated that the
li'.irir.c of the tet-timniiy In the case would
jirobably take two or three days, and as
Justice Walls has been suffering from a
pnlufully bruised foot slnre July 4, the case
was neld over In hopes that his condition
To Settle I. II nil Ownership.
A bill in equity was filed In the federal
court jeslerday uv J. W. Ahmore, of Illi
nois, ag.ilnst the Gossard Investment Com
I n. its officers, the receiver, A. S. Van
.lkinKT.j, and E. A. Ewing. the sheriff
of Vernon tountv. Mo. Tho plaintiff bought
from the Investment company a Oo note
to do it.
Won the great
Race, May 31st.
His HEART was RIGHT!
He Trained on
R0VAA. BAK1M POWBCR CO., Rtw YORK.
secured by lien on land. The action is to
settle a dispute as to ownership of the
land in question.
3IissourI Eclectic Medical College.
Officers of the Missouri Eclectic Medical
college applied yesterday for a pro forma
decree of incorporation. W. F. Wilklns Is
president and dean; Charles Howard is sec
retary and treasurer, and A. F. Ormsby Is
vice president of the new Institution.
The county court at Independence yes
terday instructed tho surveyor to give es
timates for grading and macadamizing the
Milton Welsh road, from the Welsh farm
to the Little Blue bridge.
The raising of the culverts on the Blue
Springs road was awarded to AV. C Rice
at $3 per cubic yard. This was done so
that the culverts will conform with the
The hearing of the application of Shaw
han and Rowland for a saloon at Lee's
Summit was continued until July 31. Other
saloon licenses were taken up, however,
and thirty were granted.
Lazarus & Peters ran an attachment yes
terday for tlZ.3 against J. L. Donohue.
Van C. Valentine, charged with burglary,
was yesterday held to tho grand Jury by
F. S. Foster, charged with burglary, was
yesterday arraigned before Justice Krue
ger. He pleaded not guilty and was com
mitted to Jail for trial July IS.
F. I. Washburn secured a restraining or
der yesterday enjoining Maggie M. Harrl
man and others from disposing of three
promissory notes for $1,000 each.
Merritt Stepheny, a colored- man charged
with stealing 3 cents from a newsboy.was
yesterday sentenced to two days in Jail by
Justice Krueger. The sentence was made
as light as possible, as Stepheney has been
In Jail twenty days waiting for trial.
A. S. Klncheloe. charged with stealing a
Bible from No. 20 West Missouri avenue,
and who made two attempts to hang him
self while confined at Central police sta
tion, was yesterday discharged in Justice
Krueger's court. Klncheloe made a strong
plea for hla freedom and said that he had
committed the theft because he was drunk.
UP TO 3105,000.
Convention Hall Fund Will Soon He at
the Limit If Special Commit
tees Buckle To.
Subscriptions to the convention hall fund
yesterday passed the $103,000 mark. In ad
dition to tho amount received from the
sale of buttons, subscriptions to the fund
were $393, as follows: J. C. Egclhoff. $100;
Cady & Olmstead, 5100; C. A. Brockett
Cement Company, $100; Gunn & Curtis,
$30; Depot Transfer and Carriage Com
pany. $100; S. Hirsch & Co., $100; R. J.
Boyd Paving and Contracting Company,
$23; American District Telegraph Com
pany, $10; Oren IL Ode.lI, $10.
Mr. Odell Is a traveling man. He writes
from Dallas, Tex., as follows: "As a trav
eling man representing a Kansas City firm
I have been greatly interested in the
growth of the convention hall fund, and
desire to contribute my mite. I hereby
aumonze you to enter as my suDsnption
$10. Yours truly, OREN H. ODELL."
Chairman Campbell, of the general com
mittee, said yesterday regarding the fund:
"If the committees appointed to solicit in
certain districts had done their work, we
would have had the full amount needed,
$150,000. If these committees would all be
gin work In earnest to-morrow morning,
we would have the fund raised within two
Secretary Clendenlng was Instructed to
write the committeemen, urging that they
solicit tho districts to which they have
been assigned, at once, and be prepared
to make a final report at the meeting of
the general committee at the Commercial
Club Saturday afternoon.
It was suggested yesterday that the but
tons numbered from 1S20 to 1K97 he mM nt
auction at the meeting of the Kansas city
Admirers next Saturday afternoon. Many
of these buttons have been sold, and If
those holding them will return them to
secretary uienaentng. or the Commercial
Club, and receive other buttons in ex
change, the fund may he considerably
swelled. The Idea is to sell these buttons
to men who were born the years of the
numbers on the buttons, or members of
whose families were born in those years.
If four or five men born In 1S31 should at
tend the auction ajjd bid against each
other for tho button of that number. It
might be sold for a high price. A number
of persons have asked for buttons bear
ing the number corresponding with the
year of their birth. Of course those hold
ing buttons, the number on which are of
special significance to them, are not ex
pected to exchange them for others, but
those having numbers between 1820 and 1S37
and who would be willing to exchange them
for some other number, are requested to
notiry Secretary Clendenlng of this fact.
The employes of the Armour Packing
Company and Emery. Bird. Thayer Dry
Good3 Company will play a game of base
ball at Exposition park Saturday after
noon, the proceeds from which will go to
tho convention hall fund.
AT THE PARKS.
Special Attraction Offered nt the
Pleasure Itesort Tlicnc
Macart's clever dog and monkey show
continues to draw largo crowds to the Fair
mount auditorium. It Is the best show of
Us kind Kansas City has ever seen, and a
marvel of animal training rnd intelligence.
Tho feature each night Is the three round
boxing set-to between the dogs Pepper and
Mustard, who wear real boxing gloves on
their fore feet and stand on their hind feet
"mixing it" up in exciting style. All the
Macart tricks arc new, the familiar slmplo
tricks of ordinary dog and monkev shows
having been discarded. There will be a
matinee this evening for children and an
other Saturday afternoon.
Next week the features of the bill will be
Cyrene. the acrobatic and fancv dancer;
Maro, the magician; tho Ben Mowett quar
tette of Indian club swingers and special
lit?, and new pictures by the Lonmiere
Tho military band will give an excellent
programme at Washington park to-night,
thii feature of which will be the new "Chi
natown" march, by Rosey. This Is the
march that LI Hung Chang ordered a thou
sand copies of when he heard it played in
New York city. He sent the copies back
to China. At the time ho said that he had
never heard a composition containing such
original Chinese mulc. The programme
"Dream of Old Kentucky" (Lang).
Overture, "Cinderella" (Rossini).
Selection. "In Gnv New York" (Kerker).
",1lt2' "Dream the Ocean" (Gungl).
Chinatown March" (Korey).
Overture. "Morning. Noon and Night"
"Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep" (Rol
llnson). Selection. Taust" (Gounod).
nrZe"eaJ',ens,re Telling." from "The
Galop, "The Bike" (William Drew).
George Olral. the baritone who made such
a favorable impression at Washington
park last Sunday, has been engaged to sing
at Fairmount next Sunday in afternoon
i en'nf ..concerts with the military
band. He will be assisted by Mrs. Olmi.
who is said to be a fine soprano.
The Ax Glanced.
ti' pt. asIo: aTbridge carpenter for the
Hannibal & St. Joseph railroad, split his
right foot with an sx while cutting timber
in Harlem yesterday morning, lie was
taken to Central police station, where the
wound was dressed, after which Masle
wa taken to his home at ZXQ East Thir
Mrs John Doggett has gone to Kanosha,
Wis., for the remainder of the summer.
Mrs. E. S. Washburn Is spending the
summer at her old home In Nova Scotia.
Mrs. George B. Lowry and little daught
er, Katherine, have returned from Alaba
ma. Mrs. Henry S. Owen has returned from
a two weeks' trip to Lake Geneva, Wis.,
and to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Scth Ward gave a large
garden party nt their suburban home yes
Miss Corelia Mason and Miss Marlon
Ess will be the guests of Miss Josephine
Angell, in Leavenworth, next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Bunker will leave
next Monday for Mukoka lakes, Canada,
where they will spend several months.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C Abbott are nt their
ranch In Colorado, where they will re
main during the remainder of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hart have returned
from St. Louis and will reside In Kansas
City. They are at home at 1SS) Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Milus D. Scruggs, with Miss
Mary and Miss Buford Scruggs, aro at
Colorado Springs, where they will remain
until August 1.
Mrs. Holland Walker and Miss Walker,
of Washington, D. C, are the guests of
Mrs. D. R. Ridgeley for a few days. They
are en route to Pasadena, Cal.
Miss Minnie Mullet will leave In about
three weeks for Chautauqua and New
York, where she will remain until the open
ing of the new school year, when she will
go to Vassar.
Mrs. T. J. Templer will leave In a fort
night for Denver to visit her daughter,
Mrs. William K. McMlllen. Mrs. McMIl-
len expects to spend the month of Novem
ber in Kansas City with Mrs. Templer.
Mrs. S. T. Fulton and son. Darrah. left
Monday for Colorado Springs to spend the
summer. They were Joined at Abilene by
Mrs. M. Fulton and children, who will also
pass the remainder of the summer In Col
WERE COMPELLED TO WED.
Warrensbarfr Elopers Married by the
Probate Judge at Sedalia. Yes
Sedalia, Mo., July 2L (Special.) Robert
Zork.the young Chicago musician, and Miss
Mamie Shockey, the Warrensburg belle and
daughter of J. E. Shockey, who is reputed
to be the wealthiest man in Johnson coun
ty, who eloped from Warrensburg on Sun
day night, were married at the court house
this morning by Probate Judge Nichols.
Tho attendants at the wedding were K. M.
Lear, sheriff of Johnson county; Al Mor
row, stenographer for Governor Stephens
and brother-in-law of the bride, and the
father of Miss Shockey.
Young Zork and Miss Shockey were ap
prehended at Clifton City last evening by
Sheriff Lear and the father of the young
lady. Just as they were preparing to leave
for Boonville. The couple objected to re
turning to Warrensburg. but they were giv
en their choice of the disgrace of arrest or
a marriage. The party arrived here over
the Missouri, Kansas & Texas at 8:50, and
were driven In a carriage to the court
house.where Miss Shockey became the wife
oi me unicagoan.
AT THE THIRD'S CAMP.
General Moore Well Plcaned With the
IleKlment's Work Social Feat
Excelior Springs, Mo., July a. (Spe
cial.) General Milton Moore and Captain
Will Stark visited Camp Bell to-day, the
usual seven guns being fired in honor of
the general's visit. They expressed them
selves as well pleased with the work of
the regiment. They left for home this
evening. The general and his staff will
return to-morrow and remain until camp
is broken Saturday.
Governor Stephens, accompanied by Mrs.
Stephens and his full staff, will arrive Fri
day. The governor and General Moore
will review the regiment during the day.
Adjutant General P"" witfi his family, is
at the camp and will remain during the
Friday night the officers of the Third
regiment and Battery B will hold a re
ception and ball at The Kims hotel. In
honor of the governor and visiting offi
cers and ladies. No one except officers In
uniform and others attired In evening
aress win De permiuea on ine Dan room
floor. Refreshments will be served in the
ordinary. Colonel Gross and staff will
compose the reception committee. Captain
Jabez Jackson will have charge of the
musical programme; Captain Haines of
the refreshments, and Captains Stuart,
Wager, Beneard, Lamb, Taylor and Jack
son of the decorations and floor arrange
ments. The friends of the officers In Kan
sas City are expected to attend the ball
without formal InvltatlonB, as cone have
By special request. Company K will give
an exhibition drill In the park by The
Elms hotel to-morrow evenlnir. after thn
dress parade. Company I. Hale Zouaves,
will give a zouave drill Friday evening.
Great preparations are being made for
many field maneuvers In the sham battle,
which will occur at 4 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon In the field opposite the camjj.
The Wabash will run a special excur
slon train to Excelsior Springs to-morrow,
leaving Kansas City at 1 o'clock p. m. and
returning, leaving Excelsior Springs at 10
o'clock at night.
Marriage License limned Yesterday.
Aug. Asplund, Kansas City, Mo ...20
Hulda Nelson, Kansas City, Mo 30
Arthur Cole, Kansas City, Mo 2!
Ella C Wilson. Kansas City. Mo 19
Floyd Kennedy, Coleman, Mo 21
Louise Krotsch, Frankfort. Kas 22
G. W. Thomas. Kansas City, Mo 23
Margaret Deyo, Kansas City, Mo 21
E. J. McKnight. Benton. la 3S
Daisy A. Macomeer, Kansas City, 2D
G. W. Jenkins, Kansas City, Mo 42
itmoe smun, ivansas city, mo 24
C. T. Gable. Kansas Cltv. Mo M
LUIie Beeson, Kansas City, Mo is
Horace Loit. Kansas City, Mo 27
Lillian Smith, Kansas City, Mo 23
N. P. J. Downer, Kansas City. Mo SO
Meta Laueson, Kansas City, Mo 26
Metran. baby; Ccntropolis; July 1G; 6
days; convulsions; burial In Mount St.
White. George M.; German hospital; July
18; 10 years; albumenarla; burial In Elm
McGovern, Arthur; ST'4 James street,
Kansas City, Kas.: July IS; 4 years; mitral
insufficiency; burial in Mount St. Mary's
Monaghan. Rebecca J.; 2409 Locust: July
18; 36 years: thrombosis; burial In Mount
St. Mary's cemetery.
Ettwein. William: 2S17 Euclid avenue:
July 19; 1 month; whooping cough; burial
in Elmwood cemetery.
Myers. Mattle: 1304 East Eighteenth: July
JO; S months: cholera Infantum; burial In
Smith, Ophelia: 562 Bell: July 20: 33 years;
dropsy of the chest; burial In Oak Grove
Streebv. Annie: 413 Independence avenue-
July 20; 29 years; pulmonary and intestinal
tuDercuiosis: nunai in biranood cemetery.
Friedel. G. W.: Rosedale, Kas.; July 20;
1 year; convulsions; burial in Union cem
etery. ntrth Reported.
Pprlnk, John and Jessy; July 13; boy.
Jacobs, James and Ida; 1SS1 Terrace; July
Moore. Louis and Cella; 122 Grand ave
nue; July IS; boy.
Simpson. William and Lottie; 2S2S East
Seventh; July IS; girl.
Bockman. Adolp and Flood: 2111 Jarboe:
nuau. a. j. ana .uinme; lizi Alien; July
Newcomb, William S. and Lilley; 2102
Olive; July 20; girl.
M. E. Tomllnson. two-story brick resi
dence. 33x56 feet, at 3G0S Scarrltt avenue, to
John G. Johnson, two-story frame resi
dence. 18x47 feet, at IOCS Wabash avenue, to
The shortest and most direct line to the
Klondyke gold fields of Alaska Is via
the Burlington Route to Tacoma, Seattle
and steamer. Call at S23 Main street or
1044 Union avenue, for Information and
Very low round trip rates. Kansas City
to Harzisonville. Clinton and Osceola, via
the Memphis route. Tickets on sale Sat
urdays and Sundays, good to return on
T Kansas City, Mo., July 22. Yesterday's temperature Max., S3; Mln., 73. To-
day we look for the weather to be fair and slightly warmer. J
I tome to tne aiore io-aay ion
Laces, 5c yard.
Laces, a dur
able lace for
to 3 inches
line on sale, beginning to-day,
Thursday, for 5c yard.
Ladies' Summer Dresses
To-dav we take our line of Ladles
Lawn Dresses, that have been marked
from $3.50 to $6.00. and place CI 0 C
them on sale for 4laJ
Also the entire line of Ladles' Crash.
Linen and White P. K. Suits, that
havo sold up to $S, all this CO Q
season's, on sale to-day for... JfCiHO
A few separate Duck Jackets
To-day (Thursday) we will sell a lot
of New Brocaded Gros Grain Silk
Skirts. Just received, cut In the latest
shape and In all the newest designs.
unea ana interiinea, velvet
Ladies' Lawn Wrappers
Made in elegantly selected designs of
tine quality Lawn, in two styles, one
perfectly plain, tha other braid
4 1 wn a1 w r 1 a. jf 1 In a a- artoo t
skirts 3i yards wide, on
To-day in this department
there will be some especially
good prices in summer articles
that we think will be just what
you want. Better see them,
anyway; perhaps you can ben
Kid Gloves 1-button Dressed Kid
Gloves, wldct embroidered backs. In tho
new creams and butter shades, tans,
browns, reds and blacks, for a TQp
4-button Wash Leather Gloves. In
white and yellow, for a CI nij
6-button length Mousquetalro Wash
Leather Gloves, In white and TOn
yellow, for a pair. I Oil
The newest styles In Ladies' Linen
Collars and Cuffs. High standing
collars, latest style and shape, 1(1
Club Ties, In the new wash Cn
silks. 19c: 3 for DUG
The latest Novelty In Ladies' Neck
wear, band with satin or chiffon
bow. very new, for shirt waist,
burst, 23 all
All Parasols at $15.00, $18.00 CC QO
and $23.00 for 3)0.35
To-day, special Underwear
prices Skirts and Corset Cov
ers. Colored Lawn Corset Covers, high
neck, long sleeves and without Qr
aleeve3,all colors and sizes, each..0j
Also extra fine quality of Colored
Lawn Corset Covers, made yoke n
front, high neck and long sleeves.. HOU
Skirts of Colored Lawns, finished at
bottom with deep hem, made ir
plain, each J J
Skirts of Colored Lawn, umbrella
snape. aeep nounce, iimsnca at bot
tom witn nem ana cluster of
tucks, lawn dust ruffle
Ladles' Shirt Waists of fine lawn,
color navy blue, with large and small
white polka dots, white collar f or
and cuffs, value $2.00, for 4)1, ZO
40 High Grade Children's Wash
Dresses, Imported dimities and organ
dies, sizes 6 to 11 years, value $5.00 to
$2.50, $3.50 and $3.98.
500 Brooms will be placed on sale
Thursday, that sell not less than 13c
each In any store In the city, O-
for, each Ob
ino bundles Paper, worth CI in
$2.50. for ................JJI.IU
Containing 12 wall. 8 celling and 20
yards border enough to cover a room
15 feet square.
10 Combinations, complete,
worth 25c roll
20 Combinations, complete,
worth 50c roll
I tYalnut O "t2. ft
J urajialie cMr if 'uuxmc mooxc
Our largely increased sales durinj the past year fnspira
In us the belief that our methods, prices and grades have
proved satisfactory to our large line of customers.
AXW.A."5rS SEE XTS BEFORE BUYINO
F. A. FAXON.
FAXON, HORTON & GALLAGHER
SUCCXSBOBS TO WOODWARD. TAXON A CO.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
jk9. ,.,., ,nMW4Tftii wisttoBtmjwtWm
Napkins and Tablecloths will
be on sale to-day. Prices, of
One lot 18x20 Inch Bleached all Linen
Napkins, regular price is $1.25 OQn
and $1.35 per dozen, for. uOu
Tablecloths a few 3 yards, long pat
tern, regular price $3.00, ff I no
Big values to-day in Ladies'
and Children's Underwear. See
how the prices run:
Ladles' White and Cream Summer
Knitted Vests, best values ever
ouerea Dy us, tor.
19c for i2jc.
1 lot of Ladles' White Ribbed Vests,
silk tape finish, will be put on 10 t
Bargain Counter and sold for....lZ3(j
1 lot Children's Plain and Ribbed
Gauze Vests, long and short sleeves,
and plain gauze pants, sizes 4 to 8
years, worth 25c, Ifln
10 to 16 years, worth 35c,
600 pairs Ladies" Imported
Black Fine Cotton Hose, worth
15c, will be sold for, pair.
600 pairs Ladles' Imported Oxblood
TTlnn fi-iftin tinea nrncrri fAiritli 1Dni
win oner this lot in U113 sale
ties In Silk Belts, a handsome assort
ment, wonn zac, &; ana :uc,
rfl 25 Inch Serge
steel rod. solid
silver plate on
Buy Summer Shoes now tha prices
we are offering aro the lowest and
shoes are of the best quality.
Oxford Tie. black, tan and
oxblood, worth $1.50. for.
Spring Heel Tan and Chocolate Lace
and Button Shoes, worth up $3, sizes
11 to 2 (but not complete), Qfip
Tan and Black, coin and needle toe.
worth $2.00 and $2.50, ffl O
Chocolale,Russet and Oxblood Shoes,
welted and stitched soles, new CO DO
toes, worth $5.00. for. 3Z.JO
Wine and Tan Russia, welted and
stitched soles, worth $4.00. C I Q 0
Tan and Chocolate, needle and
square toe. stitched and welted C I O
soles, worth $3.00, for. $1.40
Each day some special bargain
placed on these counters. To-day the
items are Wash Goods, 2.610 yards of
light ground Printed Lawns, at 2Ho
White Dimities. In checks and
stripes, worth 12"-c and 15c "Jl
yard, for 2C
Fancy Lace Strlne Wash Goods and
Printed Jaconets, in stripes and fig
ures, wuriu o;7C ana ivc,
ior, j ara... ............ .........
Viola Skin Soap, worth 25c,
Colgate's Bandelln, worth ISc.
flason Fruit Jars.
1.000 doz. of 'em at
3c. 4c and 5c. Be
sure and come
1.000 doz. Fruit
Jars will be on
sale, as long ns
they last, at the
Half Gallon, 5c
To-day, Thursday, a good op
portunity for you to get mate
rial for a summer dress. Or
gandies, Batistes and Dimities
the bargains for to-day. 25c and
35c Dimities, 15c yard.
1.S20 yards of tho finest 0c French
Organdies, all choice nattcrns. llchf
and medium colorings, worth 40c, nr
All-over Embroidered Linen Batiste
14 Inches wide, early season's value
J1.00, will be in this sale to-day. or
for, yard Ob
CNfl M Watmit
cWrv co. Q GnmJive.
Dl 1 III Pppppppg
AT thf lllll
"I LllV WlMMfm
IS NOW READY
Those of our subscribers who
ordered this picture will please
call at the business office.
Bring Your Receipt.
10 i West
The Old Reliable Doctor.
Gradoate la Medicine.
Authorized by the State to treat
r guaranteed or mosey refunded. All medicines tarnished ready for use. No deten
tion from business. Patients at a distance treated by mail and erpress. Ucdlcines
sent ererywhere. free from razo or breakage.
experience ara important, state your casa ana send lor terns, uonsaiuuoa is free ana cona
deatiil, either versonaUy or by letter.
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (Stt)
producing losses, pimples and blotches oaths face, rashes of blood to bead, pains la back, con
fused Ideas and f orgetfolness, bashf ulnesi, aversion to society, loss of sexnal power, lo s of
manhood. c. cored for life- I can stop all eight lot jes, restore lost sexual power, restore ncrra
and brain power, enlarge and strengthen vult parts and make you nt for marriage.
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life. Blood Poisoning. Skin Diseases, Ulcers,
Swellings, Sores, Gonorrhoea and Gleet, andall
forms of Private Diseases positively cured or
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UUUtV true to life, with full description of
above diseases, the effects and cure, tent seal
ed In plain wrappertor 6a In stamps. Bead this
little book: and ana wer list of questions.
Free Museum of Anatomy laSSSiSiSSSIglS sTZuTpU
life-like models and wax figures deeply Impress tie ratal; a school of In-1 guadcat 10 to 12.
structlon a sermon without words.
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fcULTON. MO PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGES.
And Conservatory of Music.
For Young Ladles. EJrgintlocttlon; Firalty
specialists ;steim hrat. tWtilclijht. Forcatalorue
address Iter. T. P. Walton, Pres Fulton, Mo.
For higher education of Young Women. Preparatory and Collegiata
('nurses. Music. Art. Elocution, Delarte and Physical Culture. Location
beautiful and healthful. Splendid buildings. Three-ncro campus. Modem
.A...nf,.T.A ..Ia.,.-! iifht TtpnRnnable
For illustrated catalogue giving full particulars, address
ik s in
rriir ApRoiinetifl. Bet of borne care,
MUltarT deDartment B ion wjmpnrui v
officer dauued br Wr pprtmnt proienor oi rniuurj icieace na ucucs. or uiuairaiea
catalogue and fall particulars addreis
Tha Oldeit Largest. Molt Progrtsilte and Bed Print College In the Middle Wettl
B32 studenu last yer. Enlarged faculty for next rear. Elghtdepartmente.
elective courses of etody: expenses low: an Ideal college town.
1 or lunurr iuiuuiuuu wu.c.
Offers every advantage reqolalte to a pTMeot day
educaUon. Completely equipped. Admirably lo.
cated. radllUn nceurpaased by any almllar invi
tation east or welt. Instructors carefully selected
for character and competency. Musical depart
ment under direction of celebrated European artist.
The only Western collet tsat admits to vassar and
Wellesley. Correspondence solicited. Address
Kiv. oeo. y. Atscs, Ph. D., Independence, Mo.
AND SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COIUKSI. 09.
tudlr. Lacllrat lottruetor, aealthrul loratloa; a
nnlTsrslty tovn, A rxe llano awardM at 3!ay c.n.
$ QHWCHtrtt, KB& !. roe.
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use me xrcaunent si nomo.
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Jre5 mble faculty I
nd religious Influence,
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moornie cni uurr,
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ear open SKIT. . 1S37.
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llOONVILLK, MO. Ahtilima.ml!.
Itarr c(3emr. Tborowrb prepmntlon for
with careful uperrtfton of conduct anil manner,
.iuj,. w.. ..ftn-Tuuj iu.uvt.iuiu,ii .. o.mui
T. A. JOHNS 1 O.N, A.. M., Principal.
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BAIRD COLLEGE F0RcIiNuTL,ES-
National Reputation. TJnder New MasagemenL
I.ow rates and satlraetlon snaranterd send toe
Catalogue. Address JOHN K. s'ESLEIt. tupt.
Special attention i nen to music.
Cflf h v m r w
Pept.21. Poll and superior faculty. Departments for
Eniliin. Latin. Greet. Orman. Krencn. Science MdiU
Itlxnd rendy for use. uijssy
black finuh. Ouo Ration wilt
cover tt square tt of sur
face. One coal will lasSflra
years. Write tor trlce.
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