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THE KANSAS CITY JOUUNAL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1805.
THE GREAT SALE
r 40,270 Towels,
When We Offer: 1
TJEY WILL BE MADE SOON.
COVKItNOIl stonk-s KANma CITV Al'-
I'OINT.MK.NTS m:ii AT II M).
Bo Desire to lliir it 1'ollcp Hniril
Thnt In In Harmony Willi tli A-l-
ministration The l.lr lion
Governor Stone arrived In Knnsi City
yesterday mornliiB for the purpose of at- I lHr of the KrKncN faction yesterday "I
tending the banquet of the Jnckson see Stone is here nln. turning somer
Coun.y Bar Association nnd consu.,lnR I "U..s jbofore J',
with leadlni; members of his paity In I t)ie commlttee of snfety "
regarri 10 nie appoiniincni 01 a ponce
commissioner to (111 the vacancy occa
sioned by the resignation of Mr. Corrl
an. He also came to consult with Pros
ecuting Attorney Marcy K. Drown nnd
Special Prosecutor It. H. nail In regard
to the proposed prosecution of persons
guilty of election fraud.
Governor Stone expected to meet Po
lice Commissioner Wiley O. Co, whose
name has not yet been sent to the sen- t
die xur conurniuuon, una who, u is ru
mored, may be relegated to private life
between the governor and the senate,
liut Mr. Cox had gone to Washington
.with Harvey Salmon, of Clinton county.
Hke Mr. Cox, Mr .Salmon Is a banker
as well as a politician. Together they
handle all the money paid by the gov
ernment to the Chickasaw and Choctaw
Indians. Their mission to Washington
Is connected with their dealings with
these Indians, and they will ptobably
remain there a week or ten days.
After ascertaining that Mr. Cox was
out of the city, Governor Stone went to
the drug store of II. Clay Arnold, his
appointee for recorder of voters. He
conversed with Mr. Arnold a few mo
torney Brown In his olllce In the crlm- I
inal court building. As Mr. lliown was
ments and then sought Prosecuting At
not there, the governor left wonl that he BO ernmenfs credit could be stopped In
would return to Mr. Arnold's store and iPn minutes ,y the pimnent of the pre
remaln there half an hour, and should I scnted obligations In sller, as can bo and
Mr. Brown return to his olllce he would ought to be done
be pleased to see him nt the stole or at I "Thf powerful combination of bankers
the Pontis House later i In New 1'oik and iAindon are able to bring
Shortly after retuidng to Mr rnold's ' Brent procure to bear to carry out their
ftnoriij alter returning to .Mr Arnoiu s , , , t, BmPrnm,nt might to be
store. Mr Brown airhed there nnd he , Mc ,'Q ,,rote,.t n;pU .lBnnsi the powers of
nnd the smernor went to the olllce of , itB own creatiem. Mr Vest made a stout
bpeclal Prosecutor Ball. There he was
snown tne list 01 me special granu ju
rors impaneled to Investigate election
frauds, and was told by both .Mr. Brown
and Mr. Ball that they were Intelligent.
conscientious men and that they could I ,ti;l,lmVn'Vlellberatlon at that 'time,
be relied upon to Indict every person Tn(, lmm )n the conspiracy are enemies of
guilty of committing election ct lines. the government, nnd of the people who
Governor Stone cxpressf'il himself as bear the bin dens that are forced on the
pleasi'il with the piospect of Indicting 'country by their criminality Grover Cleve
and convicting the ..lection crooks , line! has the same place in my affections
When he hail finished ids talk with "V?.L "c"',l,5,t , 'il?.",1' ,,,,!5B,i'?I"JS2 vH"rTi,
Messrs. Brown and Ball, f.ovi-rnor htone , futlIr( ,SS1CI, , author al Vienna states
called upon M. A 1-yke. who. It is gen- thnt t,p orl, , Brn,nmiiy dlvldiiiK Into
erally understood. Is to be the succeh-or two great jmrtles, one the gold standard
of Bernard f'oirlgnn upon the police I and the nthei the silver standaid. lie
board. They left the Keith i Petiy
building. In which Mr Tyke's olllce Is
located, nnd went to dinner together
Kllhseonentlv the rnvprnnr snw nml eon.
verged" with S'rnf" other' i
known gentlemen who belong to what
the Prancisltes call the "Stono crowd "
.we reiurneu to ine i oates jiouse at a
o'clock, where he was seen by a repre
sentative of the Journal
In respnnhe to the question "When
w'ill you appoint a successor to Mr Oot
rigan''" Govirnor Stone leplied
"All my appointments will have to be
made s,oon, as the time In which I can
make them will expire I shall probably
eend In the names of the two police com
missioners for Kansas City within the
next week or two Mv main object In
coming here to-day was to consult with
a, number of gentlemen In regaid to tho
qualifications of certnln other gentle
men whose names I have been consider
ing, nnd lo see the latter gentlemen
nselves, with some of whom I nm
nrnnnintBii nr -.1 le. utt not wpII nn
acquainted, or at least not vveii nc-
nted. I am moving slowly because
i anxious to avoid making mistakes
ti nnxlous thnt the nffalis of this
qualnted. I am moving slowly because
I am anxious to avoid making mistakes
I am nnxlous that the n (Talis of this
city, so fnr ns my appointees nre con-
cerned, shall be ably nnd honestly ,,.!-
ministered, A great deal of responslbll-
Ity rests upon me ns governor of tho 0u or any one el-e. but were tendered
Btate of Missouri, If I could spend through my medlumshlp by my ipliltual
weeks nnd months hoie might get a suldes because of the liberal treatment I
thorough understanding of the situation llft received nt the hands of the people
and Of the qualllic.Ulons of persons 'S?roVIVaX 'm heV follow in,, renlv to
whom I am asked to appoint, which I ' MV Mater jesterday' f0,ln,Un rPn, to
cannot get (luring a hasty visit like the! -On my return from my trip South I
present one. Of course I haven't tlnio found the above communication from you.
to remain here, I must leave In the Since your Music hall benefit I hive been
mornlnc for Columbia " I wondering how so small a body as 5011
Thenera?iinrresiIon Is thnt M I possess could contain i-o laigp'a heart
The teneral linpresalon is that 51 A. j,et nie say that even dollar received from
Fyke will be appointed a Mr, Corrl- he Auditorium benefit will be Judiciously
gans successor and that Wiley O Cox spent to relieve (he suffering poor of
may not remain a member of the police Kansas City While our creed may not be
board after the appointments are made ' mine, jet I believe and know- that nil men
nd confirmed. Do ou desire to say '" """"J," 'hlf ,f, &.t re''?J'"?
anything In regard to thes, gentle- , 'norlzedme vvUookTftheT.ml'
men?" torium benefit "
"I haven't announced who my ap- ! The use of the Auditorium has been do.
polntees will be. In fact, I have not nated by the Bank of Commerce; the Tier
fully made up my mind, as you can see nan.Ilavens Printing Company has donated
Hili thV invoBtlL'-itinns I am mnklni? ",e printing of a number of arge placards
U mw til hnf.itnnM. LInm?.nr' nd Law Ion v IluiiMp hae donated the
Mr. Fyke I have known for many years, printing of a large number of handbills
lie Is B good lawyer and an estimable l. 1. .nnfldentlv elnecleel thai IhA n!or.
Kentleman. I have also known Mr Cox
lor a numner 01 years, ana nur rent'.
tlons have been pleasant. I have never
aid to anyone that I would not send
Mr, Cox's name .0 the na. for con-
flrmatlon. All I care to say about the
police commlsslonershlp matter Is that
It will soon be settled. I am anxious to
get the police force In condition ,0 make
Is as eltlcient ami aiimirame as possiu(e.
While I dl .not Ipslat apd never have
Insisted that any appointee of mine shall
with me whenever It Is necessary to do
so. for I am. as governor of fie state.
held responsible to a great extent for
their acts. I have no desire to build up
a political faction here In Kansas City,
nor do I desire to make of the police
force a political machine to subserve
whatever ambitions I may have."
When will Mr. Arnold receive his com-
mission as recorder of voters?"
"4t will oe mauei io-aay ana win ar-
nut on my political nriuie or wear a run- ; " niwiveu iu iiruiect guests in
collar labled with my name, I feel that he bJln(f ?,Vn9uf1j'"nnl'"j chnrac;
my appointees should be In entire sym. IllcfJ;nn,t" n1. 2foi ' In the Vfty'Rn-
pathy and In complet hirmony with my ter of the city at moderate prices Pail
administration. They should consult on Sid Hcrndon, agent, at "Navarro."
ijiwj iw o u,
34,230 Yards of Crashes,
1,105 Bed Spreads,
rive In Knns.iK City In the mornlnR. I
understand thnt Mr. Arnold -w 111 take
pof'esMon of the olllce as soon as It nr-
j 1 IVPH, I imvi1 Hit-ill iiiipi- wi iinn "f ..-
conlor of voteis nnd e-pect tn see him
' nrovo snthfnctory to tho letter element
lot tht people of KnnMis City leKnrillem
ivpi. I nnvo CToni nnpes in nun nn --
nf nnrlv .itllll.it Inns. '
Circuit Clerk Henry M. Stonestreet,
the Slinnnons, John May and the other
rranclltea remained away from the
governor They do not want him to
come to Kaiins City while the election
frauds are lieliiK Investigated nntl are of
ihr. iminlnn Hint ho should lemnln In
irrL.n r'ltt. Knlil one ientllnc meni-
Indue f.lmnln. nf MliertJ. nil Old Time
llpmm rut. Hclnninif Hie finlil
The plan suggested by President Cleve
land In his nieage to congress of issuing
gold bonds for the nourishment of the
national treasury Is not ei. plealng to
. .!, nr in.iirrt .inin n. Lincoln, the
()W me 1)(mocnU cf I.ibert I.Ike Sen-
ator Vest, Judge Lincoln lias found a point
at which their political paths inverse, ana
It was on the tlnancl.il question. Judge
Lincoln Is very much opposed to the gold
bond idea and does not hesitate to state
how he feels on the subject, despite the
f.iet of political alllllatlons
"The facts aie," ild Judge Lincoln yes
tnril.iv. when discussing the matter, "the
country Is beset by the guld conspirators
and they are attempting, h their own
construction of the laws, to squeeze the
government In order, that by manipulating
the gold supply, they may gain laign sums
from the nation's necessities The ntne
plan was worked with great success in
the dajs of slate banks when reckless nnd
calculating operators were able to buy up
the outstanding bills and obligations of
ertaln lianKs ag.unsi w men mcir wruin
.'"S'l'Sfc Smnr oV he r enleios"
"i"' r,hP....D?.,nli?;,:. , i,,.. ti,n
fish I and one that will make many vaer
ins men strong and the plan of Mr Spring
er will not preall in the senate This
light for the gold stand ird Is what was
predicted when silver w.us disgraced nnd
renmns the matter out thnt the silver must
prevail and that the white metal Is the
,onc ,for the people that Is ultimately
, to ',e chosen It Is one of the best hooks
?S.e,hoo"bJeCt ' " " """ "
"The gold conspirators have forced the
I matter to a point now where they must
compel a gam sianunrei or meet a steal iie-
teat 'iney oiigut to bo uefenteel "
VIII. SI.ATI'.U AM) 1 III! MAVOIt,
Letters In ICegiir.l In the llrnellt In III.
Cllveli siin.l ij Mght at the Aliilltiirllliil.
On bis return from the South yesterday
Maor liivls found awaiting him the fol
lowing letter from John Slater, who will
give a benefit seance at the Auditorium
Sandfly night for the benefit of the maior's
"So much relief was rendered by your
expenditure of the UI7 received nt the
Music hall benefit to the mayor's charity
."' ,ror mat fund at the Auditorium on
Sunday evening. February 3. as hundreds
ttno wf.r charitably dls.oed failed to get
Into Music hall on ncmunt of the large
atsembluge The Auditorium well lilted
ttno WPr charitably illspoed failed to get
Into Music hall on ncmunt of the large
assemblage The Auditorium well tilled
"1 Jt " Ian-'' sum. and as I know it w
ilniZo'i's-lsiT'veiir charlVv wTi?'
vJ I Jlnt l?,Jil ifliS..L0 ""h ,?,tt
(nlmuent Sundiy nlrht will net jl.POO for
1 1" inii " me ii"r m me cy
ti.u ,i,v rrtniirv 1 ii is. ni..m..
h$j 'hV.' RSlA FklFtlRSF.
.,rt assumes the new name "Navario "
It has been refitted for family apartments,
business olllces and elegant stores on
Tvvefih street . I.jery n,rn mp
;;8-,,VaI1, ,,eat, hot and cold uaterT ilectTlo
.,Km, ij,hlf, Vievator and aas connections
for light housekeeping. The most rlsld
' Under the auspices of the School of i.-in
Arts of the University of Kansas, I'rofes.
sor S. S. Carry, of Vale college, will lllus-
trate the "Tendencies of Modern Art" with
100 slereoptlcon views of modern pictures
selected from the salons of :S3I. uceom-
panled by an explanatory and critical lect-
ure, at Dr. Hopkins' church at i o'clock on
1 Friday evening, February 1. Tickets, 60
j cents eacn, lor sate av jaseara
l Atih,? ':::!!t.il5res
we've ever made.
AGAINST SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
Iter. . Sr. Jlrovrn Surprises Some of Ills
fellow- .Ministers In 11 Convention.
The Blue Blvcr Baptist, Missionary and
Sunday School Association began its meet
ings yesterday nfternoon nt Bales Chapel
Baptist church, corner of Bales avenue and
Twelfth street. The association comprises
nil the Baptist churches of Jackson and
Cass counties. The meetings will continue
till to-night, when they will he closed with
a tmuss meeting at S o'clock. ,
The subject discussed yerterday after
noon was that of missions. The flrrt topics
was, "How Can the Strong Churches Help
the Weak?" Bev C. II. Moscrip, of Olivet
Stieet church, and Ilcv. W. S. Peace, of
the Westport church, both discussed the
"The Unity of Baptist Missions, District,
Home nnd l'orelgn," was the next topic,
discussed by Lir A r", KnfTerty. of Bman
tiel church. Ilev S M. Brown, of the
Tabernacle, and Hev A. Ingle, of Klmwood
church, then discussed the topic, "The Sun
div School, the Pioneer In Mission Work."
Rev. Brown objected to Sunday schools as
an Independent organization from the
church. He said
"I believe the Sunday school would have
never been organized but that the church
had neglected erne branch of her work.
I object to the Sunday Fchool, because It
makes one service for the younger people
nnd a different one for the older people. I
think the Sunday school has tilled Its mis
sion In the greater part nnd that It is
even now fast declining. I believe that
the Intenst In mission work Is growing
more and more slack. All the church pa
pers are discussing this same question,
and asking one another why this Is the
case. I believe that it Is because the mis
sionary work Is separated to too great an
extent from the church,"
llev. vv r Harris, or Hnrrisonvuie, nnn
the pistor, Rev. V J. Williamson, nnd
others, dissented from the views of Bev,
Brown, nnd a general discussion of the
subject of missions ensued.
NO MORE PENSIONS,
The Police Ilellef Assne hitton, In Mew of
Possible cb inges, litis Amended
At yesterday's meeting of the Police Re
lief Association, the charter of the asso
ciation was sn amended that pensions will
not be allowed In the future Other
changes of minor importance were made.
Prior to vi'terday's change in the charter
a policeman who had served ten years con
tinuously on the police force could retire
with a pension of S2" a month The pension
was paid out of the police relief fund.
There are now between twenty and twenty
live policemen on the force who have serv
ed for ten years and more. It was seen
that some great change In the force by
which these men might he dropped would
Involve the association so heavllv that It
could not pay the pensions The only
beneficiary of the old provision of the
charter is Mlch,ie Collins, e-deteetlve,
who will continue to draw HZ a month
from the association.
The charter was so changed as lo allow
a man w ho is dropped from the force after
three ye-ars service, or who volnntnHlv
retires, to draw whatever money he has
paid Into the association. Por every year
over three venrs he will be allowed to
draw- out $70 Those who are dropped
from the police force or who retire there
from can no longer remain members of tho
association. The meeting wns hugely at-
.ma voit urns itr. ririiNs.
He Hail ,1 (innil 'I line nml llrouglit Hark a
Major Davis returned yesterdiy from a
week's trip to Jacksonville, Pin , nnd other
Southern cities. Bo was accompanied on
the trip by Mr John A Zelleis, of the
Memphis rood They stopped one dnv nt
Memphis, going thence 10 Birmingham,
Ala., and from there to Atlantn, Ga They
then proceeded to Jacksonville. Mayor
Davis called upon the ninvors of these
cities and was most hospitably received by
all, being shown every courtesy possible,
He attended the reception of the e-Confed-eiate
veterans to Mrs. U. S. Grant In At
lanta Prom Jacksonville tho major and Mr.
Zelleis went to St Augustine and visited
all the points of Inteiest In ami about
that Interesting old city, the oldest In'the
United States. An exclusion was made up
the St John's river to Palatka, Pla The
mayor said that the lecent frosts had en
tirely killed the orange groves and that
the trei") wele brown, while the oranges
coveted the ground Ho said he heard
manv kind words spoken of Kansas City
at all the places he visited He brnusht
back with him a choice collrctlon of live
and stulfed nlllgatois and chameleons,
which nie now nn exhibition at his res
idence. KI.I.I.V Mil" WAM'III).
lie Mill .Vet He Taken to fliiiugn fnr a
Collfchited 1 hl'fl,
Inspector Shea, of Chicago, wrote to
Chief Bpeers jesterday saying that he does
not want Charles Kelly, alias "Kelly, the
Kid," now under airest on a charge of
stealing 'A from Adam Davis, a kindling
man of Chicago, Davis said there was
"no monej In It for him" to prosecute
Kelly. Kelly Is Hie man who walked Into
the Central police station a few days ago
and surrendeied to the police, sajlng in the
rough Hugo of the Chicago luitgh "dat he'd
raddcr be In do Jug In Cook county dan
bo free In nny udder spot on do eart',"
Kelly was greatly disappointed when he
was toll that he would not bo taken hack
to Chicago lo bo piosecmed, "If I hadn'
been stuck on belli' prosecuted," he said,
"all do coppers on earl' would a been 111
In' me neck. It's dead tough luck, see?"
V. i T. (', .Muting.
At ine weekly met ting of the Central
Women's Chrlstlm Temperance Union yes
terday, Mrs. T I,-e Adams lead n paper on
"Women as Moral Itefonneis." Mrs. Ad
ams said, and It is Indisputable, that were
women nl owed to enif.igo actively In poll
fles, solilJcH would be tleanaed. Follow
rig thisTlhe ladle read clippings nnd se
lections containing the subjects which had
most Interested them during the week.
Ar unllko all mlicr pliw, No purging or
pain. Act specially oatb., liver and bile. Car
ter's Little I.lverPllli, Untpllla do4
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT?
The Burlington fast train "Ell" leaves at
5.50. The only line serving meals on the
cafe pln between Kansas City and Chi
cago, In addition to regulur meal service.
This entire train Is enuiDDed with all mod.
I ra toprevt meals. 8erv.lc une?elli
$2.75 PER TON
FLEMING, CAMDEN AND
Then ask your dealer for
that famous Brand of Mild
Cured ,. ,
The JACOB DOLD PACKING CO.
I tvfftrtd terribly from
loniinz (11 1111 htai during
an attack of catarrh, and
became xtry ilcaf, utid '!'
rrreun Jlalm nnd tn thtce
uechiioutl htur at ucll ei
tier. A. 11. Xtwman,
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Opens anel cleinses tho Nasal 1'asbapas, Allan
l'aln ana Inilanim.itlon, HoaU tne .Soren. Pro.
tects the Membiaue from Cold. Heatorei 1)14
Sense ot Tastn ami brnoll. Ilin Halm U ipilcle
y absorbed and elves rellet at once.
A parncio in appneu inio eaca noserii auuii
npro.ibif I'ricofxi tents ut urnsgUta or uy malL
Y jiKUiUi-UM. ou warren &u, ow vuric
is ant: om.y
WHO TKKAT3 ALL
Weakness and DU
Every Cure Oa:rsated.
u ) ears' inriencc,
3 W. C'or.ythA iUIn Stl
run i:iTiu:it hi:x,
Tlilu remeily belnif in
ji'ctcil ellrrrtly Iu I he
Hi-tit of tliono dlNi'ahra
ut tne Ueiilto-Uiinm-j
Urtrnns, rueiulreN no
W U RSJ cll"iist) of ulot. Cure
W- JW KUiiiiuiteM'el In X to II
.iIii.vm. Nina 1 1 plain pack.
U Jniaaaxnia oiily Iy
I'edermann & Hallar, DrusglaU and Bole
HBiw, J.I ..mill fil., lvani I.11J, .uu,
i cnacaesi Hodcra Languages, et
Catalogue free.' Telephone 1174.
1WENTY-NINTH tAH' .
EiSt Win N. Y. Llfa El.. tANBAS 0IT7. M0.
DOOKkeeDin?. Rhnrtkm. TviutwrltlniF. Tlnfr.
i Dlrlilh Branrkp. VIArm T.9nim.ifTAu. er.. at
r"' .w. .TO D. ., v.
Pail 4 titgin icmib,
WEIR CITY, CHEROKEE AND
.25 PER TON
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
KANSAS & TEXAS COAL
Telephone 825. JOHN H. BO VARD,
WILLIAM CALDKIt'S CO.
Ill Sutton Vane's
Realistic Urn inn,
THE SPAN OF LIFE.
AVerk fiunduT Matlnoo
M ATI NEK
KIMBALL OPERA COMPANY,
ith John L. Sullivan,
'St. "A TRUE AnERICAN"
OI UKA ITTTvi. BiTiiimAV.
j HOUSE ' ' i.'fi'e' u.'n't '"'
SKATS NOW ON hALK .
Qo.,1 Drncenr A Ite-d Hot
uui i,i, 1'niro
"A CRPPU CoiiK'ilj.
A UKCLtLI All the very
GOODS MAN." nowest thlnKS
GILLISS OPERA HOUSE
iu.mg.it SA31 T. JACK'S
Sffi, Jarbcau Comedy Co.
Tn-nlsht nt Xtm, Dully 3Iutliiii-N nt 2S1S,
Trnlni'tl Auliniila and nnlngirnl Clrcuti. Tho
hciiftiitlnu of thcWorlil lulr Don't mt&it
H I I'rltou '4X ORc, AOr, 7 fit' tinfl S1 nlKlit.
liOo nntl fiO? t'npulttr Alntmoo lrltft, satM
on fuln at llu Ofllro mid lit IKff Ilros
ASimlr Stnrr, IS! Kmt lOlh Htrwt,
Stats Line Pool Room
No. 4 CENTRAL AVE.
Right at the Statu Klne. "I," Itoid and rirth
Street Cable pass the door, llooumakliis on all
Maces and bportluj Events throughout the
country, ('. U MAI.TltY, I'rnprlettnr.
Oldest and Original
10 West Ninth St., Kansas City.Mo.
1 I.cadlnt' and Successful Specially la lllooel,
i Nervous and Urinary lllst'asoa.
I M.'inoiln lll.llll.UY, with Its many
cloomy sviuiuoms. cured.
I.o.i T VI v I.I l V pnnaueutly restored.
H I'llll. Is mred (or lite without mercury.
UKINAItV UHjl.'Aufci cured Qulcldy anl
tvui.s AM. orillllts VA 1 1. consult Dr. IL
J. Wblttler nud receive the candid opinion of 4
pnysiciau 01 expeneuce, uiu aua integrity, no
promises nude that tannot be (ultllled.
.vu:ii1'IM:- lurnlshed at sm4ll cost, and
sent anywhere sealed Treatment NKVtttt
hi. NT I . O. I).
I'ltKi: consultation and urinary analysis.
HI! I Hie1 to health and emergencies, sealed,
UUXJU for u leuts .tiiup.. UlunUsFroe.
Call or address la confidence
I Dr. H. J, WHITTIER,
UO West WUJJ18U H4K8A9 fHXVt.Mi
Why will you suffer?
jineumatism, wnen renci nna
THE GREAT TURKISH
I V5-r VTl
A SURE AND POSITIVE OURC FOR
Ordinary rheumatlim Is couied br czpoiuie lo
dump and cold wcither. Hidden chills cr expomro
to d ratio of cold atr when tho body Is oTerixited
and wet with sweat, especially wlicn tncio is ft
dor res don In. henltn, b'd at ttnil lotion, etc- Ttili
caueadcrangctntntof tho kidney a and otlier
organs tboyftttt to do tliclrclutj and thuTtiult
is it luinuu it trjiiQiua uisou, wmen nccomvvaa
posited Jn the Joints, tondODB, sboaihfl of miif
cles, cto. Now. iv Bucccaiful treattnent mutt .Wo
such that It will dlseol' o these poisons and tljin
Inato them from tho system, ana that Is cxaotly
what th la treatment does a cure cimnot be made
ony utbir way.
Itemedles Innumerable hayebeca vaunted for
the euro of rheumatism, but cona were opeclQo
until tho dlBcoery of Tn OnEAT Tvnxtsu
itiiELMATio VyVjtc wgicji a unnomiiuuiy ono 01
raedilne, Thccurotssooure andeus-
cess su certain mac i guaranico a euro
Gas House Coke!
A clean and cheap Fuel.
$4.00 per ton of 50 bushels.
For sale by all dealers.
Kansas City Gas Light and Coke Co.,
Telephone 1906. 9th and Central.
HIIRl NATIONAL BANK
U U 1 1 1 New York Life Building.
, liiEGrn. President. It. n. Covinqton. Cashier n a. Mni.-inni.
unti'r"! mtsi J M. V. KlEGrK, President.
uilU-Cltillhl HEMIVC KUJirr, Vice I
live. Kuurr, Vice Vm
Foreign Drafts Issued on
B. W. WOODWARD,
WOODWARD. FAXON & CO.,
UKAT.EHI IS fAIlfXM, OIL AND 0LAH3,
1203 and 1208 Union Ave. (Near Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo.
Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Safes, Scales Etc.,
Boulbeatt Corner TlttU and Wrandotte Su, Uanias Clir lia
mom Carriage and Baggage
. Q Eetentli aud Uroadwajr,
"" KANSA8CJTV, M0.
131 Ifte olj Ifi'l-cfatj
blablcs in lh CUj.
K. SI. I'OtVEKS, OPKN DAV AND NIOHT.
I'reuldent and Manager.
No Extra Charge for Night Work.
Alway, eall u, up wteu la need ol k Cirrlagt
Why will you die?
euro Is within your rcacht
(In recent, acute er laflsmmstorycsie. norat
, ter bar hd) or raruod the money, aud. more thtn
ht f will nil A Itil f 11. en tf faun tt rhunmil-lim
ththls treatment will nothelporcure.
Hgtvus relief from tho llrst. and checks the
f ever rapidly e cr. cno deso will rlvo reltcf, and
afordoicawlll tlvo decided relief. It subdues
tho pain nml swolllnK In tho joints, xnorement
f b?C0Jr,3 easy In ro'ir or ure days, and a complete
1 euro la nboato voel: of tvn In a shorter time.
N The alov a Is thu mual and wondert ul action of
the treatment, oshuodredsof coses can testify,
ns htlndrrddoflettqrvlnmyposieoslonwni show,
widatLc will prove. Intact, toomuch cannot bo
said 1 n I ts praise, as it la no humbug and It la not a
curs for any disease oxccpl rheumatism, Etato
your case and send for terras. Send stamps for
viiw-iai'i wuitu iaieiii urn tiarucu
Consultation free, personally or by I
joiicr ton uu or nuaxcae.
p, h kdhp, II. J, Hucke, s. s bEmi
nil Parts of tho Old World.
4. O. HOBTO
HQ. I. V!?I,rf.lfcrJofu.,u,,:Eem
Specific Ns. 2. SB'gfffflg
spioifis Mo, 3. gr.gaias:
Medicines sent to all points securely sealed,
on receipt or price, (ilvoall sjinptonis vvher
ordering y mall. Corre.uonUeuto CouHdeu.
tut. Seat stamp lor booklet. "
COMSULTATIOH FREE AND IHVITEO,
Oflloe hours S to 5; r to 8. Sunday 10 to 12.
PILES CUREO OR NO PAY,
X3XI. OISB8 oo
isas City, Wo.J
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