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THK KANSAS CITY JOUttfrAk FRTT)AY FEttttUARY 8, 189.1,
JAIL SENTEM IMPOSED.
JOHN A. MAItTCHV ll.VTIitts A V1.V.A Of
min.TV ami is m:.vii:m-i:i.
He 1 llin I.t r Dip '1 Hit Inipllr.Urd In
the Miirilir nf Mnil.miP Mrlslit
lll til StitTrrnl llti-
John A. Bartchy, charKl wlih lieliiR ne
cj.ory after Hi fart to (he muMer of
Madame Wright, yctntny In th rlmlnul
irt withdrew hi p!en of not jtultiy mt
entered a ple.i of utility, whereupon .tidgt
Voffonl eentpneed film to nine monllm In
Hi. county Jail, llnrteliy was nn ncvom
pu( of t'lurk nnd Joiikb In tin murder ot
Mm. WrlKht, und lin lieen In Jrtll pver
mtii-c the intinlpr wn committed, iionrly
lhtcn month n". He wn tried one
nn dn acceasory Wore the fuel, Imt tlir
evKlciiso was no! strong tnotmh to con
vict and li wns thn InJIrtcl as rcpory
lifter the fact. ,Tons anil Clark Imve el
ready explntcd thplr rrlmo upon the chI
lows. The cases npalnt J. ft. Morjp. rhunreit
with forKOfy In thu third d?Rrcc, nnd
James llurni, charged with hurnlary mid
Brand larceny, werp continued nn applica
tion of the defend nn Is.
TIip coses of l-'oMcr Pollard mul Frank
3Iarrl?, charRcd with murder In the llrt
decree, were rot for trial on bebrumy 11.
dati: or J5i:t't)f.NT -not m:t.
It Will lie on Slime !) AVIien Clerk mul
lti'rtiriler t'flll .Meet.
Counsel fr both parties In the 1V Itord-
McCurdy election contest nppenre.i lie
fore Jiulse Hlover In the circuit court yes
terday and requested that he now appoint
a time when his order for n. recount of
the ballots In last fall's election nhttll be
made so fur ns the contestants nrc con
cerned. The order was stayed by r" non cf
the IlllnK of application for a Writ of pro
hibition by tnv supreme court to Mop
Judge Slover from urderlni; a recount.
Itut now that the supreme court ha .' - d-d
the writ, JudK' Siover stated yesterday
ho will put nn order on record, maktUK the
former order effective at any date when
the county clerk and recorder nf voters
ran both be present and attend to the re
count. Jude Slnver, after roiiultlni:
with the attorneys yesterday, postued
the llnal order fur the recount until Coun
ty Clerk Crittenden and Iteeorder ot Vot
ers Arnold can confer and axree upon a
time when they can both attend to the
matter most conveniently. Mr. Uellnrd
was represented by Attorney J. V. Wat
son and Mr. McCurdy by Attorney W, H
Flournoy. .ludh-e Slover will be Informed
n soon as all the parties can ncree upon
a time for the recount to commence. It
will have to be within n few days at the
farthest that the court will make alio
m:c,AN tiiiT.s a i.iciinm:.
Frartically No Opposition to HU X-itiinti lit
Illglitli mid Walnut.
The county court yesterday cave car
several hours to petitioners and remon
strators on applications for saloon li
censes. Attorney Thomns Jones, lcpre
sentlnir tho West Sldo Law and Order
Leacue, was niesent to protest iiKalnst the
grnnthiK of licenses to several saloons nil
the West side, but nonis of them was acted
upon yesterday. Tho court look up and
considered the application of Martin Ite
gan for a llcenso In tho name of .1. J. He
Kan to run u saloon at "I"! Walnut street.
This Is the corner where tho KeK.in saloon
Is now running with the play houso over
It, and It was expected that tht'ro would
be stout opposition to the application, but
besides n general verbal protest put In by
Attorney Jones, there was no objection
raised and the license was granted. It was
evident that Kcgan and his friends, who
wero present In numbers, bad expected a
fight, and were somewhat surprised to get
through without an attack being made on
tho movement. Hut tho light against Ite
ean had nil been directed ngalnst tho play
house, and seemed to havu stopped there,
so that there was nothing for thu court
to do but to grunt tho license.
Litigation Out it Note,
In Judge Slover's court yesterday a ver
dict was rendered for the plaintiff In the
suit of K. V. Drown against Dr. W. S.
Woods. Tho grounds of the suit wero
conversion, and the verdict was given bv
the Jury as damages to tho amount of
collateral sold by the defendant home
years ago to satisfy a claim for tho uu-
fiald balance on a note. Tho amount with
nterest was JllS.s.j. The note was given
In 1SSS by the plaintiff In payment for
Borne stock In the old Btnndard Insurance
Company. Tho note was drawn to bear
Interest at 8 per cent. Later it was re
newed at the same rate, but still later the
rate was changed to 10 per cent, the fig
ures being written over tho S. The plaintiff
In court set up that this was done without
his knowledge or consent and that tho
note was therefore canceled. Dr. Woo Is
fiald It was done by agreement with the
plaintiff and the note was sent to his olllce
for that purposo and that ho paid IntercM
on It two years nt that rate. The testi
mony was very conlllctlng and contradict
ory. Oram) Jury Iteport.
The special grand Jury yesterday return
ed a number of Indletineuts nud was then
iidjourned over until .Monday bv Judge
WotTord. Although 1'nnec.utlng Attorney
Jamison will take, charge of his olllce to
rlay he and his assistants will not be
reaily before Monday to begin woik on
the election cases.
Among the Indletmems returned vestcr
rtay was one on two counts against llenln
piln W. Wilson, who Is charged with having
Swindled a number nf persons through the
nedlum of forged policies In the Advance
fraternal Patriotic Alliance. Wilson is
charged with forgery in tho third de
gree. Indictments were also returned against
James McKce ami Delia Crowley, for burg
lary, In the second degree, and grand lar
ceny: iteorge Miles for felonious nsault;
Lesley Coleman, for burglary In the sec
ond degree and grand larceny, and William
Clarldy, for lobbery In the llrst degree and
attempted criminal assault.
l'lved UN llaiiuigc lllgli,
Bamuol W. Hartley llbd suit In tho cir
cuit court yesterday against the Metropol
itan ritreet Kallway Company for ;:.,mjo
damages for personal injuries. Tho plaint
iff pleads that the defendant oompanv did
not run cars enough to accommodate the
traveling public, and that he was obliged
to stand up on the outside of tho car for
want of room within. Ho Kiys lie was
thrown off by a sudden starting of tho ear,
and besides receiving Severn scalp wounds
and bruises, ho was paralyzed so that ho
Is a permanent cripple. The accident hap
pened tho day before Christmas, a, year
ago while ho was going to his plucu of
business in tho West bottoms.
Mars mul Stripe fur tb Court IIcmih'.
The United States star spangled banner
will hereafter wave over thu Jackson conn
ty court house on holidays ami "stato
occasions." The county yesterday ievnm
the poscshor of the tlrst national ensign it
has ever owned n far as records sliow, or
so far as anyone about tho court bouse
knows. The new Hug arrived at the court
house yesterday, nn 1 It is a fine one. it
was made in Kansas City, and is garrison
size, so that when It shall b displayed
over the county's innltoi building It ian be
seen from any visible point In the cilv.
County Clerk Crittenden took the Hag in
charge, and he will l Its custodian.
An Old Cane Again to Trl il.
The J10.000 damage cult of Willie Jeter
against the Grand Avenue Cihle Itallwav
Company went to trial before a Jury In
Judge Henry's court yesteiday. Tho case
Is an old one which has had several trials
before. Willie sued for the losi of a foot
under the wheels of it cable train at the
corner of Fifteenth and Vine streets on
the election day that Ilenjamiii Harrlsoi
defeated llrover Cleveland, In IMS The
boy was then but S years old. Tho lu,
fendant company rlalms that he was nlav
lng tag In the street and that he ran In
front of the car In such an unexpected
manner that there was no possibility of
etopplng It In time to save him.
Judge Dobson yesterday appointed At
torney Thomus ir. McNeil receiver for
the Kansas City View Company upon the
application made some lime ago by c, K.
Mowen, ono of thu members of the com
pany, Mr. McNeil was ouiu weeks ago
made receiver In another division of the
court for the Columbian Jlanner, a week
ly paper, und now, by an unusual coin
cidence, h has the facilities for Illustrat
ing. Circuit Cuurt llcctiril.
Division No. 2-Slovcr, Judge.
21328. Aetna Nutlonal Dank of Kansas
City vs. Kansas City, Fort Heott & llem,
phis Hallway Company: damages; motion
lo quash panel withdrawn.
22016. J. K. Iandls vs. Josephine I.andls;
motion for alimony and for special com
missioner to tako evidence; Vt JJ. I.atliy
22161). Karah Casey vs. Michael Casey;
divorce; default and decree as prayod.
22532. George II. Lillle vs. Alary Ltllle;
tnotlnti for nllmony suslnlned; Jlo weekly
and .t,M attorney's fees
tiw.l. Wheeler Kitting bank vs. John P.
Tracv ; damages, H,v. on lrlnl.
. :iV2 (luilp Peebles vs. Hltlney J, Pep.
blc: divorce, default mid il'-cree.
1S7I7. Il 1). Hiimn V'i. W. H. Woods;
commission: verdict for plnluttrr, $1.2I.W.
2'2M. II. I. Hc-ords. appellant, vs. Mrs
P. rtnrdcti: verdict for plaintiff, Jl il.imnges.
I1V.I Dl.von National bunk vs. P W.
Powers, attachment; verdict em pla In
Abatement for tho pl.ilntltf.
l)IVIlon Xn, 3llnhon, .ttldRC.
2IM1. Phillips Investment Company vs.
J. I) I.. Jones ft nit mite; Judgment and in
8IIM. Itiibcrt Keith Furniture and Car
pet Company. Appellant, vs. T. O. Itobert
son: Attachment; verdict for defendant.
1WJT. W. C. itoblnsoti vs. Arkansas Vlty
panu et nii itttncinneni; illni!spd and
22737. Midland National bank vs. T O.
Itoliertron: note: lury waived bv agree
iiient and Judgtnenl, $.1Wt.K! mid s pec cent
, Division No. 4 Henry, Judge
JUtit. J. It. Pontilmnn vs. Charles M'
llrlde, motion for rhatigo of venue
21 IJi. I: A. Cnrtow v. Ktinsa Clly A
Independence Air tdne Hallway Company,
iliititiigra; dlsiulssed by plnltttlff
2id. Willie Jeter, by Ills next filend,
Iteiijatnln II. Jeter, vs. clrnnd Avenue
Itnllway t'omtmny; ilamagesi on trial.
2zs;2. ,. m. urnKe vs. v . v. iiagiey et ni;
Inlmietlon; bond Hied.
StSTitS. 1". James vs. W. P. Wymnn: mo
tion to titrlke out of answer.
Sirw. John W. Hindu vs. o. 11. Queal
ilectlon content; continued by agreement
2IS1S. T. it. Osborne et nl vs. J. C. I'red
erlck; nitnchmont: Judgment ngnlnst prop
erly. Xi-vr Milt'. Filed.
21001. In nppllcnllnn of Kansas City Io
Ilce llelief Association for Incorporation.
2iKir. Hntittiel W. llartlev vs. Mettopoil
tun Street Itnllway Company; damages,
22"!. I:. Green vs. W. 11. T. ILitnfonl;
npp'iil from !pltB. Jutlce nf tho peace.
213. Cbnibs liylaieler vs. Petr M.
.Meieen: nttMciuneni, jvki.
22IKJSI. Assignment J. M. Haley, Charles
W. Wright, assignee; bond.
WILL DO THOROUGH WORK.
The Committee I'rolu the Killl:l t.egll:t
tare Will Tube 'time In Investigat
ing the Stuck VnriN,
TIip Kansas legislative committee sent
to thin city to investigate the manage
ment of the Htock Yards Company and
th" charges for yardage and commissions
did not begin work yesterday for tho rea
son that the chairman, Mr. F. (5. Powers,
was 111 in his room, nt tho Centropolls
hotel, and feared to venture out during
tho cold weather. Last evening Mr. Pow
ers stated that ho was feeling better and
expected that the committee would take
up the work assigned It this morning.
The sessions nre to he held In the Ex
change hall of the I.lvo Stock exchange,
and will be eecutlve, as It Is desired that
there shall be nothing olilcial concerning
the work done announced until the report
Is made to the legislature at the conclusion
of the examination.
During the Illness of Mr. Powers the
other members of the committee have
twice visited the yards and gathered some
general Information concerning the scope
ot the work to be luvestlgnted nnil the
best way of getting at the facts In the
Mr. Frank Cooper, cx-prcsldcnt ot the
I.lvo Stock exchange, said yesterday that
the committee was going about Its work
with an evident Intention of getting nt
tho actual facts anil being nble to make
an Intelligent and comprehensive report
to the body that sent It here.
"Men who are not familiar with the
work of the company In the management
of the yards cannot Jump In at once and
get nt the facts In an intelligent manner,
and for one, I am glad to see the gentle
men acting as though they wanted to do
something right and handle the investi
gation for the purposo ot gleaning the
facts and making a report as to tho ac
tual conditions," said Mr. Cooper.
Superintendent Itust was waiting yes
terday for the committee to put In ap
pearance to begin w'ork. He said be was
pleased that the legislature had sent down
a committee that was disposed to secure
facts and use them In their report, rather
tnau scurry over tne iieut ami report tnetr
conclusions as to the facts.
"Wo have the ball prepared for them
and will show them evety courtesy we
tuny have an opportunity to do and we
feel certain that any one of the commis
sion men will be glad to furnish his books
and make statements for the information
of the committee at any time they arc
Chairman Powers, in reference to the
visit, said: "We have come down as gen
tlemen to meet gentlemen nnd we hnve
no doubt but our visit will be pleasant
and that we shall experience no trouble
In getting access to all the records that
will show facta we need In compiling our
HE IS OPPOSED TO IT,
Superintendent rireenwood tlenonnre the
Attempt llelng .Mli.le to .Mioll.b the
Normal SclionN of MlhMutrl,
Superintendent Greenwood was yester
day shown tho dispatch from Jelferson
City, relative to the report of the senate
committee on education, recommending the
bill abolishing tho three normal schools, at
Warrensburg, Klrlisvllle nnd Cape Girard
eau. Mr. Greenwood was utuiualilled In his
condemnation of tho report. Ho said:
"You may write, my views in as strong
language as you please. Tho whole scheme
Is abominable. We have four normal
schools in this state. The Lincoln insti
tute at Jefferson City, which burned down
a short time ago, is the fourth one. Tho
Institute) which is designed to train col
ored teachers, of course, should be rebuilt
by tho state.
"The Idea of abolihhlng the normal
schools! Why, the best twelve thousand
teachers In the state aro graduates of those
schools. I would as soon think of voting to
abolish the state university as to vote 'or
abolishing tho schools. If tho repnrt of the
committee Is accepted, the educational In
terests of this state will suffer as severe n
blow as when the Democrats abolished the
syhtem of county superin tendency in 1S74.
We have not recovered from th.u piece of
folly yet. .My hope is that the report o:
the committee will not be accepted, nnd
th- legislature will vote down the bill
which tho committee recommends."
If the b.iby Is cutting teetli u that old
and well tried rcmndy, MRS. WIN'SLOW'S
SuOTlllNc; SYIUIP. -S cents a bottle.
Will lie llroiigbt Hire for IturUl.
The remains of Mrs. Wlllley, the wife
of John M. Wlllley, Jr., will be hi ought
to this city this morning, from I.eadvllle,
Co!., where she died a few days since.
Mrs. Wlllley was the daughter of Henry
Topping, of the llrm of Tallman Top
plug, grocers. She was 27 years of age,
w.m reared in Kansas City and has many
friends here. She was married to Mr.
Wlllley about eight years ago. and three
years aso went with him to I.eadvllle,
where he Is engaged In tho
mining business. Her death was
caused by peritonitis. Her father-in-law,
John M. Wlllley Sr Is nn
old resident of Kansas City. Her temains
will be taken to tho resilience of Mrs.
Fatou. widow of John Haton, nt Twelfth
and White streets, on their being brought
here. Mrs. Willlev was related to Mrs.
Eaton ulso. The Mineral services will be
held at Mrs. Katou's at 2 o'clock to-morrow
Mrs. Wlllley w.aa prepirlng to go
Hast to attend the approaching wedding
of her sister at Wheeling, W. Va., when
she was seized with the Illness which
ended her life.
Are unlike all other pllU, No puratngor
pain. Act specially on thu liver and bile. Car
ter's Utile Uver P11K One pill a doss.
Ihmn tine the Price of Coal.
Heat Missouri lump, J2.25 per ton. nest
Cherokee nut, J2.W per ton. Hest Cherokee
lump, ri-K per ton Jtuy our I.o Cerrlllos
Authrailti) coal and save money. It Is the
best "hard" coal In the world.
KANSAS CITY COAH AND COKK CO.,
100 West Ninth street.
W. C, Lndsley. Manager. Telephone 2551.
Itidiiretl Itato Tiikrtfc Offered by Agents of
tin. Mi l. 1 Plate Ito.id to Cleveland, O,
National lire k Manufacturers' Assoria.
tlon: tl It. is .W Feb. nth to 14th.
National Kb til. J.lglit Association;
ticket sold Keli. Kith to 2')th.
Natlonil Kducational Ass'u. (department
of sup'!.!; tickets sold Feb. 16th to 20th,
Above ar reduced rates sold on tho cer
GOING TO ST, LOUIS TO-NIGHT ?
Hurllngton rouW train leaves at i:lj p.
ro, The only line running three sleepers
with new- elegant compartment bertha aud
buffet. Service unsurpassed.
Coal Price Cut.
Standard, Cherokee, J'lttsburg and Weir
City lump.' J2.70; egg. J2.75; nut. Jj 60 per
ton; inch Hill shaft lump. .23. These are
standard grades of coal and are being sold
for less than the cheupest grades by Cen
tral Coal and Coke Company, Keith &
ill h ll'!'!l . i h ''' V ' ' J'1 1
iv , v Ar&zm ''v.1 a " ' AEvzrsr
57 f,r ld TO-MORROW MORNING.
THE Great Annual Sale of B'ue, White and Grey Enamel Kilchenware begins To-morrow, when we will place on sale
twice as much Enamel Ware as ever before offered. This year we bought two car loads of this ware, whereas be
fore we only bought one car load and consequently we bought it cheaper than in previous years. These 575 cases have
arrived been unpacked and are on the counter.-? awaiting you.
Look carefully over your Kitchen Utensils and what you need come to the Store for to-morrow morning.
Regular Size Seamless
Gray Wash Basins OQn
the 45c kind, for.... ZuU
72 i-quart Seamless Gray
worth 35c, for
72 2-quart Gray Covered OQm
Buckets, worth 45c,for 0u
72 Gray Seamless Cham
bers, worth 60c for..
72 Gray Seamless Cham- I P -bers,
worth 70c, for.. J-Jy
144 Large Gray
worth 20c, ifj
144 small Gray Drinking
Cups, worth 15c, for. .
72 small Cup Dippers,
worth 20c, for
72 large Cup Dippers, ftrt
worth 40c, for ZUu
72 rlangmg boap
Dishes, worth iZg
25c. for JOu
216 small Preserving Ket
tles, worth 30c, for. . . .
144 small Preserving
Kettles, worth 50c, for
144 medium Preserving
Kettles, worth 98c, for
144 large PreservingKet- "7n
ties, worth $1.25, for.. jJU
MISSOURI NATIONAL BANK
IIIIUUUUIH New York Life Building.
mitKCTOltSi i h V. HiKUKit, President. H. n. Covinotok. Cashier. V- A. McKidiien.
I IltsKV v Kum-r, Vice J'res't. I II. Kujip, n, j. hucikk. s. S. Sehat.
Foreign Drafts Issued on All Parts of tho Old World.
11, w. woonwAiti). r. A.
1'CAl.Clta IN HAINIS, UII.S AIMU QUASS,
J206 and 1208 Union Ave. (Near Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo,
' ' ?.s.ry kl-f. &f IlllT
96 No. 5 Range Tea
Kettles, worth oSc, for
144 No. 7 Range Tea Kettles,
worth $1.50, QQp
120 3-quart Coffee Pots, CQ
worth 85c, for JOu
144 S-quart .Dish Pans,
worth 98c, for
144 14-quart Dish Pans,
worth $1.25, for.
72 17-quart Dish Pans,
worth Si. ;o, for.
72 Straight Sauce Pans,
worth 45c, for.
72 Straight Sauce Pans,
worth 55c, for
72 Lipped Sauce Pans,
worth 20c, for
144 Lipped Sauce Pans, iZn
worth 30c, for jjjjj
144 Lipped Sauce Pans, 'Q
worth 50c, for jjjlj
72 i6-inch Spoons, worth jP'2co i6-inch Coal Hods
ZEMEFrY", BIPLID, TaZ.-5rEPL cSs
- - - . SI'CCKSSOItS TO
r.wnx. j. o. iioktok,
FAXON & CO.,
72 i-quart Pudding Pans, JC
worth 25c, for, Q(j
72 3-quart Pudding Pans, QCm
worth 35c, fo.- ZOL
72 5-quart Pudding Pans, QC
worth 50c, for Ouil
4S S-quart Straight Cooking
Pots, worth 95 cents,
24 4-quart Convex Cooking
rots, worth 65 cents, QC
48 4-quart Dresden Ket- QQi1!
ties, worth 55c, for... UUU
2SS 9-inch Pie Plates,
worth 1 8c, for
2SS 10-inch Pie Plates,
worth 20c, for
72 9-inch Jelly Cake Pans,
worth 1 8c, for
72 io-inch JellyCakePans,
worth 20c, for
72 Tea Steepers, worth
72 Tea Steepers, worth
Blue and Gray
worth 50c, for
worth 25c, for
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 Gnke Co..
120 i-pint Milk Pans, "lO
worth 20c, for xiij
14S I-quart Milk Pans, i P
worth 25c, for Lu(j
14S 5-quart Milk Pans, OK
worth 40c, for LiUj
96 6-quart Milk Pans, OKn
worth 40c, for LlOij
72 S-quart Milk Pans, OKn
worth 55c, for OOG
96 10-quart Milk Pans, QQ
worth 60c, for OtC
96 1 2-quart Milk Pans, A Qn
worth 75c, for TcOO
12-inch Trays, worth 1 f
35c for- 1UG
96 14-inch Trays, worth " Q
45c, for. X C
96 16-inch Trays, worth Ourt
50c, for. LiDG
144 3-quart Tea Pots,
worth S5C, for
144 2-quart Rice, Oat
worth $1.35, for...
144 4-quart Rice, Oat
worth $2.00, for...
288 large Painted Cham
vtn ana central, j
In print and practice
that is our business creed.
If you get your Piano of
us you can rely upon it B
being just as represented,
whatever price you pay.
Our best salesman is an
honest comparison of our
Pianos and prices with
those of other houses.
Oldest. .Ifttsfc House in Kt
Kansas City, 0
A LADY'S TOILET
Is not complete
without an ideal
U POWDER. f
Combines every clement of
beauty and purity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harmless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A most
delicate and desirable protection
to the face in this climate.
Insist upon baring the genulns.
IT IS FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
A (ilCKAT PKOIICCTIOX
TO.NIC1IIT. IIIIXOUICK HUDSON.
SATURDAY AUtl th KlmbaU Pera Ca
mJ Week Commencing
SUNDAY MATINKK, FKHKUAKY loth,
i.v the is-nw 3 BELLS
ith A HURRICANE of FUN
oil "a gdccu nnnne man"
SAn anil fiflr.
Commencing Sunday Matinee,
amy lee. paWn TinkRt
P. Aug. Anderson
Glee and Banjo
Clubs . . .
AUDITORIUM, FRIDAY, FES. 8th.
lU'serwd SentK lit Legg llros.
Oldest and Original
10 West Ninth St., Kansas City.Mo.
Leading and Succesilul Specialist la Wood,
Nervous und Urliury DlBeaMei.
MlltVltUn DKIill.IlV, wllb Its manr
Kloomr armptoras, cured.
l.oT VITA LIT V permanently restored.
SVl'illLls cured lorlite wliliout mercury,
IIItl.VAHV iilM:ASi:s cured nulckly an!
WIIUN AW. OTIIKUS I'AIl. consult Dr. IL
J. WUittler and receive tbe candid opinion or a
phyalclan of experience, bklll and luteL-rlty. No
promlsrii made tbal cannot be (ultllled.
.Mi:iU)I.VK furnished at small cost, and
sent anywhere sealed. Treatment Nl VKIl
hK.VT . . I.
I'lllii: (onsullatton and urinary analysis.
GUIDE 1 n?1"1 aod emergencies, sealed,
u.Jora.'"uU ""'M. lllauks no.
Call or address in conlldeuce
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
lOWeit NlntllSt., KANSAS CI XV, MO
Carriage and Bagpga
tcMiitli und Ilrnmlv4y,
KANSAS CITY. MO.
3hi Only ,.( cl.ui
itubltt In iln citij.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,
i:. m. I'lMvi.'its,
President aud Manager.
No Extra Charge for Night Work,
Always call u up wnen iu uead ot a Carrlas
or a Ilagsage Wacon.
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