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THE KANSAS CITY JOUl.tfAL SATlfHDAV. 1MHIIUAUY 11. , 1 -HA
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
THE GREAT SELLING EFFORT
TO-DAY, in Dry Goods, in Shoes, in Millinery, in
Ladies' Furnishings, in Notions, in House Furnishings,
There will be great big honest values iroing for cash at this
store. We're doing business on the new plan BUYING AT
HALF JMUOK WHEN WE CAN SELLING AT HALF
1MUCK WHEN WE CAN. CASH, and CASH ONLY, will
get bargains. Can you como to-day to the big, long
524, 526 AND 528 MINNESOTA
j The Journal office has besen
H removed from the Chamber
S of Commeroo to the first floor
m of the Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
made Pies, etc. Open un
111 I'.' o'clock encli night.
The .short llnlei
and neat. Home
MORE LAND WANTED
bCIIKMi: TO INCKUASE TIIK IinVKJfUU
Ol' A .SCHOOL DlVTItlCT.
MUST PAY SOME BIG JUDGMENTS
ItKAI. EST.YTK AfillNTS KITIXT A TK3I
.Joint" Keepers Notllled to Move Their
1 ixtitres nnd Liquors Narrow Ks-
enpo of n Little Girl l'robnbly
l'.itnl Atcldont toallruko-
nuiii Other News.
A school district case was tried yestor
diy at the court house. The Judge was
btate Superintendent Stanley nnd court
was held In the county superintendent's
olllce. The case is tho result of an effort
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nnd add It to district No. 21. I
School district No. 12 is a Joint district
Detween Wyandotte and Leavenworth '
counties. There are four sections of land
n ints county in me aisinci. eome oi i
ihe nonntrt tlvtnir nn thi pnut clrln nf the '
district want two sections taken from the
district and added to district No. 21. Tho
people who live in the Leavenworth coun
ty end of the district aro opposed to the
At the present time the Joint district
school board Is enabled to run a nine
months' school on a. 1-mlll levy, while tho
board in district No. 21 can only run a
live months' school on a lS-mlll low. This
is duo to the valuation of the property
In tho ritpcctlve districts. Tho people in
district No. 21 claim that a portion of the
land In tho Joint district should bo added
to their district and In that way equalize
the school taxes. It is claimed that the
two sections of land can bo taken off tho
Joint district and then tho board In that
district can maintain n seven months'
i-chool at a very low rate. The addition
of two sections of lind to district 21 would,
it Is claimed, aid mitctlally In improving
the school In that district and tho taxes
Would bo greatly reduced.
Auirnst llaker nleaded the case for dls-
ttlet No 21, while Treasurer I3each, of tho
otnt district, nrgued against any change I
being made. Superintendent Trower, or
J.e.ivc'ilitui ui, uitu siui" i uiicmic-iiu niimsur,
of this county, wero niesant. but they nl-
Inivbi) tlw, tun tinmpil nhnv fn nlp.Tjl tho
State Superintendent Stanley, after hear-
il '"K ",a argumenta and examining n chart.
dlstrlcn, took tho case under advisement,
lie said ho would render a decision net
week He left last evening for his home,
must inciii:ai; 'i in: iu'.vknok.
t It y Will lie lteqiiirrd to I'.i n Nunilior of
The city will be required to raise a largo
amount of revenue this year to pay off
Judgments that have been taken by tho
lighting companies for lighting the streets.
The Consolidated Klectric Light and I'ower
Company Jins taken two Judgments nsalnst
tho city, Tho llrst ono was for J2C,70S2iJ.
The city lias paid on this ifltSSDIO, leaving
a balance due of $11,6CS S7. The last Judg
es Mum.ikc nuu ut t,eu.a,. 4 uu ioai jiiut,-
inent was for JlS.ll.Gl. None of this amount
U lnoreul. At present the city Is paying '
nbout MiiMO a i!;ar for st.eet light. ..If
ro 2 i'""A 1t'!1Jl.IB?,i,!e1"yr,.?111 ''m '
V.'rV,r iYm,.' '..v":J.,,;iI'-"".,V V
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the prices or tneir ugnts, or reduce tne
number As matters now stand, the conn-
ill cannuc rumpti inu cQnipauies
I;(TlhUm1 by tho lieul Katato Agents nt
Tho real estate agents ot Wyandotte
county held a meeting at No, 517 Minnesota
avenue yesterday afternoon and perfected
a temporary organization, electing a, W,
Toothaker, of Argentine, as temporary
chairman and C. H. Orlllln, secretary, A
committee was apnointea consisting of W,
13 jiearu, c. n. uriiiui nun v. a. &impson,
on peimanent organization. It was thought
udvlsable to take immediate steps in legard
to the passage of a bill now in tho hands
of the house committee. The bill provides
for the icpeal of the mortgage redemption
aw pass d iy the legislature about two
vears uso. The following committee was
appointed to loolc after this matter; It
V. 8. Heard, of this city. The following
resolution was adopted:
"Resolved, That the Interest ot all classes
lias )ct upen uili liesldcs tlit-se 1uag- i
ments. there are Judgments In favor o'f the ' i!h- Kns Aea lenVy of l -die no and
t-as uonipany. the gasoline company and 511' tKo 'object of the orRanlzatlon
t'ho'uBandt'dolVarsk'' tom'"'"r for b0verul .fi'to'pfeinofi.0 thoSclenco lof medleliiQ a'nd
thInU"l?Je?0,tlSr,i.rvent these comp in.es ' fujgery. "S'Stf ?"or ' LZ
fiom tuKlntf any moro Judgments against j ?,:.,,,irina of this city AiWntlno and
the city u bill has been Introduced In the Vo3ed0?J13 Tho follSwhg cWIleeri wire
legislature creating n t-neclal light fund of i?eted for the ens Ing year- Dr. II. M
2 mills to pay for all tlio city lights. Tim , $1 president DrHl. M Harnett, vice
?.lffUtUff t V thrill erl.'ati.'g a"". p'ol JTT,Vn .?n 'Wtil c
fon;n.V0IeSaL.not11ifotelv011an1y fnortffi SJd "of colli oNu'r,?,' Ninth iueNVhllS
'8.T.SS?rJ fnUe,0reevenuSnderR0d0 , WW .Mand'&i tf.ro",,,
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AVE.. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
f People In the slite of Kntn.it havo
uh.ii -i j cm iuu-i.v iiijui eu iij uiu niuri
gage redemption law passed two voir ngo,
and we ask our membirs In the legl!nture
to mike nil proper efforts: to secure the re
peal of ia!d law and the adoption of the
statute m force beforo the enactment of
the tatuto of 1S11."
The meeting then adjourned until I'eb
ninry 1, when the p"rm inent organlzi
tion will be effected. The meeting will
bo held nt tho same place.
IN HC-jINKVj AOAIN.
A Cltlren IIilcl Up anil Koblied by Two
The "tall man and tho short man," who
have been committing so many robberies
In tho two Kansas Cltys during tho past
month, made the rounds again lat ev en
Ins in this city. They held one man up
and secured $10 In cash. They attempted
to hold up another, but were scared that
his braery was too much for them nnd
they departed suddenly without getting
'lhe robberies of these men last evening
were the most dirlng of any they liae
committed this year. About S o'clock
they went Into tho olllce of "A'ulf'.s laun
dry, nt Fifth nnd State acnue, and or
dered the cashier. L. M. Wccrn", to throw
up his hands. He complied with the le
quest nnd they opened the till and secured
about $S. Then they made him plve them
$J which he had In his pockets. They left
the building and In a snort order the po
lice were notified. While they were busily
engaged In scouting that part of the city,
the robbers went to the western part of
the city and there tried to commit another
They went Into the grocery store of
Theodore Teepen, on Minnesota avenue,
near eighth street, and the tall man s.ild
ho wanted to get some meat. When asked
what kind he wanted ho replied that ho
would take welnerwurst. The clerks had
nil gone home nnd only Mr. Teepen was
there. He started to go to the meat de
partment and as he reached the counter
where the money drawer Is located tho
tall man drew a revolver and covered Mr
Teepen, with tho usual instructions to
hold up his hands.
Mr. Teepen, Instead of complying with
the demand, started to draw a ieolver
which he carried In his hip pocket. He
was somewhat excited and the revolver
would not come out of his pocket easily.
By this time tho short man drew a re
olver and made the same demuul. The
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Kiuvi-i will uuu v.uitijg. ,iuu uy.i, ..j.w.,-
Pr3 0 oled square at bis head lie reruseci
to throw up his hands He shouted for
help, but none came until his Iron nerve
gj .Prt "po'SkJf'Sl'tho inVn
reached the strpot ami clougec nrouna tnu
enrner In the nllnv. He llred live loads at
J"?m' 'mt 'rll'ed "L"', miliS3.
ShnWr'Xwl Oi.c ...Su' wSJ'ient
niit In another direction to louk for them.
but up to n lato hour no arrests had been
made. From the desoiptlon given by the
cashier at tho laundry and Mr. Teepen
the men aro tho ones that have been
operating so boldly In this vicinity during
the present winter and are known to the
nollco as tho "long man and tho short
in am: cointTS.
J. W. Oenrg" I'oiiuil (lullty of Assault an
Tho Jurv In the court of common pleas In
the case -f J W. George, charged with
felonious assault, bi ought In a crdlct
yesterday morning of assault nnd bittery.
George was arrested Christmas night In
Argentlno for being Intoxicated, nnd while
In the lock-up fired throe shots at fume
prisoners, Indicting slight Injuries on three
of them He has been conllned In the
county Jail slneo that time, nwaltlng trial
mo cuso ot cne sime oi iviiiiii jikuii-i
11 r-rtr,ul,1lnr. nu e.illetl I'n.ldrilnv In thn
Court ot common ideas. He is charged
wltn dealing grain from a ear on tho
Kansas Citv. Wvandotto & Northw intern
rillroid switch tracks. The probation
had not exhausted Its list of wltnests
when tho court ndjoutucd until this morn
ing. "JOINT" lillKl'l.lts MUST GO.
Notllled That They 'im Nn Longer I'o
Ituslumf in 'Ibis City.
The pollco have been giving orders,
which, If carried out, will not only cause
the town to bo "dry," but compel tho men
Interested In the llijuor tralllo in this city
to temove their "Joint" iwturcs and gools
across tho htate line. Tho propiletora of
the "Joints" havo been given notice to
remoo their llxtures and liquors or the
police commissioners will conile.-ato thei.i
An order was Issued recently to close
every "Joint" In thi city nnd tho police
have obeyed It so successfully that It is
said there Is not a "Joint" running.
Arudeiuy of Metlli tne.
inri?ft tnimber of local nhvslclnns held
a meeting last een!ng at the olllce of
i.. -w r 1 -c -. .. nr nn.l ,ihiiihI tail Ho T.'n n
iiVrclnry The society will jneetngai
TuVsday evening at th" same pface
when it Is expected that the membership
iM do grcauy increased.
A DrUcr An.aulti'il,
Abraham llarrett, driver of a coal wagon
beeral large lumps of coal, llarrett at
tempted to drive the man off the wagon,
but lie was Joined by two of his "pals."
who stoned tne driver and Injured him in
several places. Karrett claimed he knocked
ona of the men down Willi a lump of coal,
but they all got away before an oiilcer
could be summoned. That portion of tho
city Is without police piotection.
Lecture by I'rcd riunton.
Tred Funston, son of ex-Congressman
Funstcn. of this district, gae his illustrat-
ii lecture. "In the Yukon I.and and lle-
jonu, ui inu aucuav;c mai ihhih, uuivi
the auspices of the high school of this city,
He dlaplajed a large number of btercoptl-
con views of the ley region which he had
vUlted. These views wero made from pho-
tographs taken by Sir. I'unston while In
the employ of the United States govern-
inent In that country. The lecture was one
t Stole ..Copy of the nl.-
It cost William McDonald Just ,52 and
costs yesterday for a copy of the Journal,
i and be did not yet to read It, either, lie
liOirinirilll? Ill VI. 1J. XllLCIllIia. IL L'Uill IIIJUIL'I
was might utMlinar lh' pap r on Mlnnoo-
n nvenue ny tn jiou e nn i inKPii into
custody, .Indue Klmr In pixlmi on lhe
fe, told MolMn.iM thai lie would In him
ore with a II line thl tim. but that It he
was ever brought before h m flMIn on Ihp
fame chirge he would get a heavier sen
tence. l"or the pat veek thpre hive bwn
a number of paper nlolcn from the door
of bulne house on the ArliKlpil streH
and the pollen are now keeping a elen
watch out for the thieve Kveiy ono cap
tured will bo prosecuted.
Deed to Thriven I'nrU,
A deed Iran.'ferrlm; rhele.i park to Her
bert Ij, t'ttcr was plieeil on M In 111"
reglnter of deeds nillee jpsterdny. The
purfhiise prpp Is fl."0 At the same
time the man to whom the property was
deeded give a mortsige to the original
owner, tor. Sarah Krrr, for SIS,0i Thff
ilo ot this property wa pxrluMvHy an
nounred In the Journnl Mondnj. mornlne.
The purchaser represents a sjnrtlenti; ef
Ilistern capitalist who nre liiten-steil In
the Metropolitan street railway. The deal
was made through V. D. Hone, formerly
eo preldent ot tho Hlevated roid.
Dentil nf (I. V. t'liilrrminil.
0. W. Underwooil died early yesterday
morning nt his home, No. Ml Armstrong
avenue. Of pneumonia, at the ndvnueed are
of M ftis Hrlef fuitprnl servlees will In'
bold this afternoon nt tho faultily home,
nfter whli'li the body will be mnt to New;
Aork rlty for burial. Mr. riulcrwood
formerly lived In New York city, tlo
moved Ills family In Topeka nbiillt seven
5 ears ago, aftciwanl moving tn this city.
He leaves a wife nnd two daughter', Miss
Kate L'nuerwonu aim .iir.". n vv iiuuik,
nf this rlty. He wns n tnllor bv trade, nnd
lormeriy wns tinpiuyi-u uy i-nuui'inv ,uo.
I'npulUt Trlnmrlrs nnd L'niivrntlon.
The Populist central committee held a
meeting Thursdiy night nt Its heudquur
tors on North Slslli street, nnd elected r.
Thlelan chaliman, ex-Ileprcsenlntlve 3 .7.
MeAleney cretnry. and . A, Bnonlt
trrnsnier. It was decided that tho city
convention be held March 2, and the pri
maries l'ebrunry 27. A committee wan np
pointed to lind u suitable place to .hold the
convention. Thero will bo 1.12 delegates,
dlvhW ninonir the different wards. The
eommlttce will meet again next Thursdiy
night to discuss the matter ot holding pri
maries under tho Crawford county sjstem.
AMU Him it (lynimnlinn.
Tho Columbus Turn Vereln, which wns
orgnnlred In this rlty last summer, has
decided to istabllsh n Rymnisluni at
Tinner hall, corner of Fifth Htreet nnd Ne
btaska nvenue. A complete outfit has been
ordered from Chicago, and It will nrrlvn
nett week. It Is Intended to have every
thing In reidlni-s by March 1. On that
date the Tnrneis of this city and tho
Turners of Knnsns City, Mo., will clvo nn
exhibition of their work.
will Meet Nett Wednesday.
Tho Republican central committee will
hold a meeting next Wednesday, when
dates will b sot for holding the primaries
and convention for the spring election. It
.. Ill nlort Un ,ln.Mo,l nf th.lt time hOW the
prlmailes shill be held.
Secretary Clark, of the Y. M. C. A.,
received a letter jesterday from the. Ly
ceum bureau, of Chicago. In vvhleh It
was stated that the John Thomas Concert
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company, wihl-ii nun iw v..,t. .... ..... .
date In thl3 city, would give a concert
Here xuesuay, ..uurcii i ... ,j. u...... ......
will be the same as the one advertised for
tho other engagement.
Money to loin. W. A. SIMPSON.
The members of Klvervlew lodge A. O.
U. W. gave a valentine ball In the Cham
ber of Commerce building Thursdiy night.
large crcmu iw ,c--iy.... ...... ..';.
grammes were very unique, being printed
Oil comic valentines.
The ltov. M. C. H Mason, JJ. p., of
Atlanta, a seeretaiy of the 1 eedmen s
Aid and Southern Educational Society, do-
.. . .. 1...a Inn. nl'Dn ni. .it IHP
James Street M. E. church, colored, corner
of Tentn street nnu i ri-eiii.ui .t......
The Concordia Singing Society will glvo
a masqurade ball In Turner hall Saturday
evening, February 23.
Judge Angle, ot the probnte court, yes
terrtnv Issued a marriage llesnse to t. A.
Flage, of Kansas City, Mo., ami .uss
Alma H. Enslow, ot .caDcuo vuuuiy, jv......
J. W. I.lston, aged 2.1 jenrs, died Tluirs-
sumption. The body will be sent to Som
erset, JWas., lor uuruu.
Andrew IJccklmm, colored, aged 3? years,
died yesterday at his home. No old Ann
."".: - iua . ffi-.r-ia nf lnlurles re-
tltCIILilT, ..U.I. - ..w.w ... ---.
celved from a fall a jear ugo.
James Stacker, aged a years, anti -i.
Agnes Eruce. aged l"i ear, both of this
county, weie granted a marriago license
yesteiday In the probate rami.
Misses Pearl and Nellie Trlekett. assist
ed by Mls Cummins, gave a party J'psW'I
dny afternoon to about llfty of their friends
at the home of their parnnts, Mr. and Mis.
C. W. Trlekett, on Everett avenue
W. Flk was vesterd ly appointed to
guard the prisoners at the city rook pile.
In tho rir ot police station No. -
V II Stodd.irt yesterday Med suit In the
dlMrict court against Nancy Hums to
quiet the title to lots 13, 41, 4i and lo, In
block 31, ot this city.
I)r T 1. Tlmeroft Is badlv In need of
coal to run his fren oup house. In order
to get some ho has advertised sime ot his
line Huff Cochin chickens for sale.
Edward r. Murphy, of I.eivenworth.
nist grand mastorworkmin of the A. O.
UW o" Kans is, Ktcd Pianklln lodge
ill nil uiiy iii . -"j. ;
oIlUIH Mslt.Mondav evening to Hi by
Coimcllmnn I,. C, rurgerson, of the
ntth ward. Is 111 with the grip.
Mrs C W. Kincr left last ev ling to
visit relatives In Mlnneipolls, Kits.
Mrs Harry H Smith, of St. loseph, Is
visiting her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. ,-, 1 .
Mrs." W. T Harris left yesterday for
Oreenborough, Kns.. to spend four months
Narrow Kmapo nf u Utile Olrl Prnin Deitli
nr '.evcru Injur Wlillo Itcturuliig
1 nnu M hiinl.
I.'.ttlo Hessle Heasou while returning
home front school jesteidiy afternoon
came veiy near being badly mangled or
killed. In company with several compan
ions she was passing along Twelfth street,
near Pennsylvania avenue, when she start
ed to run ncross the track of tho Metropol
itan street car line Just ns a north bound
ear was npproiehlng. The girl did not no
tlce the car and she stepped on tho track
directly In front of It. lieiore tho niotqr
man could bring tho car to a standstill the
girl wns struck, but was only knocked
down She was not Injured In the leust.hut
wns badly frightened nnd her clothes were
covered with mud.
Tramps Arrentod and l'lnril.
Twelve tramps arrested In a box car
Thursday night by Sergeant Thompson
vveru utrnlgncd In thu police eouit jester
day morning nnd savtn of them were lined
f20 each and the other live weio given time
to leave tho city, There has been a great
deal of complaint made recently about the
way this class of men aro allowed to as.
semblo III the city and the police Intend to
put a stop to it In tho future.
Ilarteiider Arrested and a "Joint" Italded,
John Haggarty, bartender at Mike Hon
egan's "Joint" at tho corner of Third street
and Osage avenue, wns arrested yesterday
by Constable l.aushlln. Ho was arraigned
before Justice Sims nnd committed to the
county Jail tci avvult trial next Tuesday,
After locking up his prisoner Constable
l.aughlln secured tho services of a train.,
fer wagon and proce. ded to carry away the
entire stock and all tho llxtures ot tho
Marlon Iloberts, foreman nf n gang of
graders at work In Klvervlew, was burled
by falling earth yesterday. He wns over
seeing the work of excavating when about
two tons of dirt fell from u high bank,
catching him and burying him nllve. He
was soon released from his painful position
and a physician summoned. He was badly
brulseil about tho body, but fortunately
there wero no bones broken,
home of HI' 1 lugcrs Cut OR,
W. H, Weaver, while ascending a (light
of stairs at his home on South Second
btreet yesterday morning, with a large
butcher knife, lell and nearly cut off nil of
the lingers of his left hand. Ills Injuries
were dressed by Hr, Nason.
Miss Minnie Kcenau left last night for
Anthony, Kas., where the will spend a few
dajs visiting her sister, Mrs. L. Whitman.
Miss Matte liordeu is dangerously 111 at
the home of Charles Kirby, No. 233 South
W. It. Cordray, of Caldvvny, Kas., after
a -ctslt with his ulster, Mrs. W, G. Pitenser,
of Nn II? South Tremonl street, left yes
Icrdiij for 'tis home.
Mr t Jiennl-on, of No 215 South Tre
mont street, I serloulj III
I'lremiui J. Kennedy, of the L'nlon Pa
cine Is III with the grip.
The christian Endeavor meeting of the
Central Pnbjterlnti chur It will be con
duced Btindii) by Mrs. Mary Cook, nHst.
nl b lh' missionary committee. Subject!
The Oood Samaritan."
The funernl of Mi. 12 M. Homer will
take place this afternoon from tho family
home on Carr avenue.
David V.. Hunt, ii Simla I'n Itraheiimti,
KiitMkt'il I rnm n train mid Vroh
nblj l':llnllj Injured,
Divld 12 Hunt, a S.inla IV lir.ikcm.in,
wns seriously and perhaps fatally Injufed
between 1 nnd 2 o'elork Vesterday morn
ing while his train was between ijuenemo
nnd Pomona, Kn., on the Southern Kan
sas binneh of the Santa l'e railway. Hunt
left Argentine Thursday hlRht as u brake
man on freight trnln, No, Si, bound for
limporla. The details received here ye
tnrilay were somewhat conlllcting, but tha
nc ident probably occurred In the follow
ing manner, ns lhe nceoimt Is corroborated
bj emploji'S of the railway compinji
When the last stop was ntAde before the
accident wns discovered Hunt was on top
of the train and was probably struck by
a low bridge betvvaet. the two stations,
sweeping him from the triln. It was over
thlrlv minutes before the accident was
known to the other trainmen. An engine
wns Immediately sent back In search of
tho missing man nnd he wns soon found
on the ground. He was liken to the com
isiny's hospital nt Ottawa, Upon examina
tion It was round that his skull was frac
tured nnd his left leg broken. Mr. Hunt
was well known In this city, where he nas
lived for several years. Ills mother left
yestrrdny morning for O'lavva.
ltlrhnr.1 Mntinlnir nnd J It. Smill were
nrrested yesterday afternoon by Chief of
Police Klohnrtlron charged with lighting j
"W C. Ottn, who has bpu state welgh
master at the Bintn IV elevntor In this I
eltv for several years, litis resigned nnd .
will soon move to Jackson county. Mo,
where ho will engage In farming.
The case of II. Smolensky, charged with
ivrjury, was on trill In Justice Cooks
court vesterday afternoon, but was not i
poneluded I'rnnk Green Is the prosceu'lnit i
witness. Tho eae originated from a Ivll I
Biilt recently tried. i
Services will be held nt No't's' hall Sun-
day afternoon nt 2 3d bv the Pre.'ijtprlins ,
ot this city. Uev. William Eadle, of To
peka, will be present nnd deliver a sermon
EITorts are being made to organlzi a
church of that denomination hrre.
.V lnrffp nunntltv of clothing and food wis
donated to the poor yestcrdiv by the chil
dren of tho Emerson and Stanley school-.
Tho employes of tho Atchl-i.n, Tnpeka .
Santa IV Hallway Company reeelvrd their
menthly wages yoiterday.
Charles Unkefer and Dennis Harlow will
leave toon for a trip through Kentuckj
Mrs. Josle Hannon Is recovering from a
Mr W. It. McLiuirhlln has retained from
a trip to Southern Kansas,
Ml Ktbel llrincli llirowu Prom a Unggy
M Idle Driving nnd Drugged Across
A serious accident took place yesterday
afternoon near the Chrlstlin chu-ch. Miss
Ethel Itranch while driving over tho Mis
souri Paetfio bridge in a buggy was thrown
out and diagged behind the heels of the
horse Fhe bravely hung onto the 'Inoi In
an effort to stop tha horse, but the horc
did not stop until Miss .Iraneh released ner
grasp on the lines. She became uncon
scious and was taken Into a residence neir
bv. where she smfered considerably from
nervous prostration. Although dragged
over tne oou,e stones lor quite a utstance
no bones were broken.
Will Enlarge In Snipe.
The Orocers' Protective Association held
a meeting last night for the purpose of dis
cussing the uJvU.iblllty of extending the
scope of the organization, nnd taking Into
lull memiiersnip oiner mercantile esuo
llshments. Tho Protective, Association was
formed i-omo montas ago bj the grocery
men of the cit. Mutual protection was Its
nlm, and, acvordlng to the numbers of the
association thp arrangement has boi n a
success. The plnn of extending the asso
ciation to other lines of business was dis
cussed favorably last night by those In
Wnndirid Thirteen Years.
I IL'll .HL'liri n.,9 iciuiiivu llwmr ..-
an absence of thirteen yeirs five or wh' h
have been sjient I tore the mast w.ifel
vvlil be remembPied by the older itt'z. ns
of the communlt) is " mere lad vvlun 1
IIMt IlOIIlC lO M.'P UK" "I'llU. .llicuiuillt, ."
bis account he his visited every count! y
,, I r,-, ., i ft n .-, .. r ti .i rin it rAirlnnu tn
vi i(iiiui itiiit.t: 'V4ii hi' i 'u iiri" '
tho burning p'irN nf Africa, Ills kp -rienccs
In tropk-I countries nre inot in-
-... 1.(1. 1 . .1.1. ll,t..n.,ln
leiesiins, ejit'tiii m- it iu j-iuik' w
:lieiu the j mil it emml lei of ihu nuls
during liU .in'loiini;- h is hail a rough i -
IIUI if IlC"t', llh P IllUin ii'Uilil imi i iu
tMirs hpfoio thQ nu-t had Its rlr.iv.-barl.s
1lirill 1111 lusriur in- i.vinr-i .-,,l. ,l,u. ,,.-,
tiled and weiu laid aw i In the cemetery.
He rotiirn.'d to s-pttlp up the little est ite,
and when his task i finished he ep.cts
... .A. ...... i.ia n.'i.i.v 1 1 r --
Illl.l 1. I'llllHl 1, III P.
T. H l'orbls, an old ind respected citizen
of this cits, leeched i letbT jesterday
which ame as a complete Mil prise to htm,
and caunid him to miivei greatly nt the
power nf a conscience 'I ho letter contained
a qinrter of n dnllat and the explanation
vvhleh followed lnena-nd Mr. l'orbls1 faith
In human nature womUrfiilly. Tho letti r
...., ...... ....... .. .m i.l. tin n ...p., .ii.,ir
t.ltlll'l, tllUL Jllfl llh'i ,,.IW 1. ..Jf "i.ii
girl, the sender putloln.-d a bushel of .'ip
ples from tho oilJiui I belonging to Mr.
1 onus. jMlllougll i iri lliui 11.13-c-u, inv
thot.ght of doing wrong haunted her con
tinually, and atttr ii.iebliw wonnnbood
he hid decided to 'Igbt the wrong bj
...... .... ,. T'.i.l.lu ...1, .... tnD,..1 .1...
1 .lll lllinil. ll. 4 UI1I3 ..- ...n.-u .u.
bushel of appKs, but the simple net of
reMlltlllUll UllCl mil infill, u, jmi.1 ,, ua ..
remnrkablo onn. The piece of money will
be ent back with full pardon.
Mr, t). I.. Unrtli l)i ml,
Mis. nurtls, wife of C. L. Ilurtls, of this
city, died at fi o'eln, k la.it evening at her
home In Hi.ivthorno place, of pneumonia.
A. II. Ehle Is conllned to his homo by
Tho 1'lrst National bank, ot Drldseport,
0 tiled suit sesteiday to iccover W.OOO
fiom the Hradley-Vcrunn Coal Company.
It. E, Majore, of Elbert, Mo., was the
guest of Independence fiiends yesterday.
The Epworth Eeague, of tho Mania Ave
nue M. 13. chureh. gave a "tie and collar"
social last night nt the residence of J. W.
McCurdy, on North I.llxny street,
Tito Itlght Jtev. 12. It. Atwlll will conduct
tho services nunday at the Trinity Episco
Miss Maud Hughes, of Marshall, Mo
who has been the guest of .Mrs. Clcorge
Mosley, returned home yesterday.
Suit on a note, wns begun yesterday by
the Tldoute Savings bank, of Tldoute, Pa.,
against W, H, Stone and Howard Clove for
The Young Peopled Idterary Society of
the Litter Day Saints' chuieh gave an in
tertalument last night at the Latter Day
Halms church. ,, , m
Mrs, Stum, nee Uunl-ip, of Hutchinson,
Kas., s the guest of Miss Mabel Wirt, at
her home on West Maple avenue.
Tho condition of Mrs, ii, W, rreeman
yesterday was very much Improved.
WnEhlngton, I'eb. 15. Tho following pen
slons havo been gianted
.Missouri ltlchaid Williams, Stewarts
lllu, I)e Kalbi Isa-io N. Van Pelt, Lamar,
Haiton; Henry A. Castle, Lamar, Hartonj
Phllllii H, Vail Schanck, St. Joseph, Huch
niinu; Thomas II. Ward, Itound, Wayne;
William inland llrookllcld.Llun; llermanii
WHtenberger, New Prankfort, Salines John
V, I'rjer, Eau de Vie, Christian; Jeiemlah
Shine. Sprtnytleld, Clreeuo; Mary M. Che it
ham (mother), Untie), Hates; Abigail Par.
nur, McDoo, Iteynolds; Henry Kuh.
Icnbcck, St, Louis, fat. Louts; George
U, Cunulnsham, Lamar, Barton;
James Jones, Ht . Louis, Bt. Louis;
Jacob S. llarger, Ulsmarck, St. Francois;
Eleanor Ward, St. Louis, St. Luuls: Molllo
Jucobs, Hlchmoiid. Hay; Archibald M. Se
ler (deceased), Neoaho, Newton; John
bcrlmmager. Tuscutnlila. Miller. .
Kansas Ferdinand Latzke, Junction City,
Geary; Hobert Porbcs, fallver Luko, Shaw,
nee; Peter J. Meurer. Independence, Mont
gomery; lsaao Funds, Atchison, Atchison;
Charles II. Coble.ahas Henry Coble, Yoxall
Osborne; Heniy A. Evvlng, Wonsevu, Chase;
Mary V. Howell, Ottawa, Pranklln: minors
of Henry J. Shlpp, Ottawa. Franklin; mln.
ors of Stephen V Hays, Caney, Monti,jm
try; Joseph llayden, Coffej vllle, Mont
gomery; Absalom M. Chance. Hluff
City, Harper; WHItem Cayton, New Salem,
covvloy: Mary A. Provost, Mound city,
Linn; Maggie jmoju, 'u'v wouge. fora;
Nancy A. Chance, Bluff City, Harper;
mlnots of WlllUm J, Harbour, Jjayurd,
Allen; Henry Erouson, Mound City. Llnu.
' AWlkX N
GlGiiici5 arc whiter, niy Health bcticr,
my Labor less:'
?t Runv Crinccr ' MncilJrnuniuitf"(ii
W f THE N KTAJPvB
joj and io Wc-st ptti Street, Kansns City, iMo.
Tho Old itellilili ll-Hlor. Oldest In Ah-i Longest I.iicntril. A IlejrntM
(Iridua i. ill rteilicllie.
rt)tMli!JLunru1uitintiMt. fc. tojc urcbouna
nni i"i7nr nr aicnrr.
dnttnl rUUcrvcTMCiuilly or l letter. .-..., ,e ..i
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (fMTSSKW
niodtieinRlcs'.cr. pltnpleiiimil tot hei en tho face, rushciot blood to head, p.ilm In luck, con
tufedldetsnuiir irv fu'icfs, lirMifuinrss. iiv rsl.m to loclcty, lot of M"titr.l iower, los ct
;-i;.i ,.. f. ,-.if... 1 rn.iRiniiMli '..ht!nses. restore lo' t seMtiil poirrr, icstoro nerve
CNmiItSIio tint tcrrlblo dlser.30, tnllim Cfr;r1,-e Kr.nTOcntly cured without
OVpnillbt foru.i nre' s.aci I cun-d te .JLHUU.l. caustic, cuttlu:, IourIci or
lite. HloodT'olsonlnk'. i.'tl.i lb e cs, PSceri . j founds. No pi!n, no ixposurc. I'utlcui. can
Swelllnpi. Sere", don irt..im dfi it.nndiilljiisothetreatmcnt.nthome
inonwrciuiu!. l"UlrC'y eUra "MRllCUmatlSITl iVncumuUe' Cu'recl'
Hnnlc- 'of """Hi '"i m VH"- c" r'cturei. SUr.U CUltB. Jlhonrcatest . Uiscoverv In the
1300IV. u ,oto U.e. with 1 11 dc rlptlon or Jrnnals ct medicine Oao iIofo (.lies relict; 3
above rtt'e ises. the i rci'itnd lure, tr-". seat-Stew doses remove fever and iiln la Joints:-
crttuplitiiwrripper-forr.c.lttHttimri. Hoadttilllcurol ' a few ill", besd statement ot case,
little book and uniwer Us ot iiu.itiecs. 1 w ith stamp for circular. k -
Free Museum of Anatomy riiHc'uSfes0: 8T"?."V. .
IKc-llko models nnd vn- iUurn u cplj lnipicJJ iho mind; a school ol in-j su,tjys ;o to 12.
fl ?1 "m,2 SHOO rirmtluTln 1h"b'-nl. which I kI.I forfeit for abou dlttatc that I cannot can.
and brain power, cularfe nnd Firejit.tr"U weak
.... ...... i. ........... .mil,
KANX00D RESTORED S'iSSSfSES
,C m u i isUonle Mcnuirv 1.ngttf Urnln I'owrr.Uunil iclu.N iwttulnri,
V Tn.aM...k...nJV..k.al I.... i...., .. .1 dsiiimnn I niai.r i iiitnr
n . 1M . js'si.n liniiv I Mtttlt I J
iJsk xi Ah. trie n-llT OrrnufiiUHTMixni.naiijroTt'ri'ipri'on.jiiniiruii torii
tf7t 1 MfHi oti v'jun ot tobPccc.op1t.murllmu.!uit, wrrilcli l-nl 10 inni'tiltM nir
SiiKL A. Visual illolnirtntiiulll. Caiibnrnrrleillii TCt pocket. l 1'ertini 11 forS..,
SwT'tVUi(Jliri. i, I pr-l ltd Vllhn3iiri!erwuls"i MlllltfliBlliiriinlenlociiri
tlgW!agJr..iirM,.r r,.nimiti,cmi.i". ( In ulirfn n nlj hr nil nltfcKt, .Vs lerlt.tuki
REANU.IFTEflUSiriG luotti"'. ae.- .s mcnv. sfri'cu.. ii i.ouie 'H miilo, cuicacu.Iu.
Sold In Kansas City,
Mo. by II. C. Ar
Vi'ho Dr. 3Ini vcy
Human Hanc" Truss.
Rrtn JUST LIKE US'Nj'vOR FISGER3-
ES.w ou w.o,nioTau isi
Tor Deflective C'rculara Vd5rei9
It. I. J'EAICS'Hf V TO.. Solh Mix' ji ,
J.tOUO lllUllUnC, h V.MiAS I 11 V, Jill.
HEWS F. Offl LEAYHNW-RTU.
lll.VIAlNv l)i' "ItlVATK rl!W nt'ltll'Ii
vvnit uu.n.vitv iioi.rti;1.
tlfe of ConHtalili. r.nnericni li.ad After
'llinn ',,I, lilni .p. J.i.ivliwmtli
Gun Club J'ltpirbif; fir Ibe ruii-
tist on J'ibrii.iry y-.ltcuih.
The remain of Trlvite P.ttric V. rasan
wera ycstordiy burled jt tl"na:i' I bur
lnp grounds i t the poet vvP'i .nllttary hon
ors, nnd atteud'd by hli company of thu
BlMh ca.alry and olllcers.
I'duan was well liked by hU comrades.
Ills only w-eaknem wai a thlist for ltr.uor,
and when under itj Intlueiu 3 he was very
boisterous nnu unruly.
It Is the general bill.; that Tasan wan
dered oil' lifter his droit ! an. j1 Into
tho mine where his bolv wai foun 1. Tb
saloonl' .epur, Smith, una th Vnut.1 n wom
nn, who weie rupe ted by Iitsai. a com
rades uf klllliiK bin, li.tve not b-en sjeti
liue the cciuniein. Tlu.i lay nil,..
ller.tli nf .iIih. I.on. 'in i. :
Mrs. MaKK.e r.oncri in, wife ut Constable
Mlih.iel l.nneig.in, died at i late hour
Tliutsd.iy nlslit, 't r t' -ee n. cits' 111
HeH. She leaves a bunbanj an I tciir ehll
Ui"n. Tho uenth ot th . cstlu. . dc Inly
waa uneiiected and I loiel a dhuc to hr
in.ni) friends. The tunei.il i miuunceiueni
will be inailu later.
Dr. W. r.. 'Win T.jl's condltl- t r mains
about th i K.imo.
Thu I.eavon.vortli Gun Club h-dd a prac
tice bhoot jesterday 'l.. l.oyrt an leady
fur the fruy vlth the Kaw mouth boys,
vvhluh comes off heie I'eb. uury 2.' The
contest will no for tho tta'i trophy, the
cup vvhleh lien I.nriu', 'I my Jvodir ami
S. II. Mul.lioy say they can Icfeud uealnst
Mrs. James A. McClonlsle v IP i artlclpnte
In tne dedli align of ..o p w or-un at the
Cathedi.il to-morrow Tills lauy fciintr In
the cl olr twentj-sl year- ago ut the dedi
cation of tho Cnthedril,
Martin Howard t led n ' ,i home, near
raltmoant, Thursdiy, of usthi.ia, after
an Illness uf morn than two yea . lie was
In hl3 Cjth year, and h3d ri-eideu here cot -tlnuousdy
ainpe Ik'J The remain1! will bo
Interred at ti,j Catholio burial toi.ndi, In
Stranstr township, at li Jt to-d y.
The old Uco Qu.nr iioi.wntrail, on Twen
tieth street, wai burue.i to tht ground yes
terday morning, The Fl.uclure vvti un
occupied at tin time. It vv is apposed lo
have been set on lire by &om iramps who
had occupied It for the night. No Insur
ance. Walter If. Clotuh, who vvnb erred In this
city, V.us leienlly elected ii the pi.ldu "
of the lltetarj dcpaitmci.t ot tl.o V. M 0
A, at Chle'tigu, .M..ny con 'tatiilations have
been fonvarduil htm from I.e.wenvvorih ad
mliers. iterilster of Deed John K. t.'reiBhton yes
terday paid Mis. J, 11, U. Wlegmt a clieclt
for $75 as fu iei.it cvpenses fioju the An.
clant Order of 1' resters ot Anioilcn, of
which her hi'baud v.is n member.
Newman Levlson bos r.tu.nea ;rom Bhel
byvllle, lud., and v.lil enguge In business
'Iho friends of M"rt Mary ti. Thiupe. o'
Lansing, ore hopeful of tb ,ire nt Kgls
lature pastlntf a l gnt.llug her JlO.oOO
for the death of lici husland, 'hv wns
killed ak the stite ml'ie siir.e tlmr ago,
A bill has nlreadj been Intt jjuced with
this end In view.
Father l-'lnn Ij reported to be elowly In--ptovlng
ar.d tr.ny icov r.
Mr. and Mis. My.'on Ii. Hergen nie ve
eelvlns congrutulatlonfi over their young
M. II. Ilcck, ot Lincoln, Neb., nnl D E.
Hamilton, of Lawrence, u,'o ut the Na
tional, Mr. and Mrs. I,. 1-. Johns left yesteruuy
for the I'bcIIio coast, wrem they will re
main, The wife of Itev. I, T. Undsrwpod ot the
Chilstl.in chureh, la dangcinusly 111.
Tho series of lectures by Secie ary King,
of tne i. M. C A will ccinuijiiio to-iroi-row
at tho parlors of the ayi-jcb tlon.
There Is muoh t-oiupliilrt anuiii; business
men as to the reduced eivti 0 ut tin el( -trie
line. Many ure vvaUiiiB In cont uepce
to avoid waiting so Ions on the itut corners.
WHEN ALL OIHl.rtU FAtL
"SINCE I USED
AHK GOHPAHY. St.Iiouis.
vivir . iP iicc-n.i i-.i,. ..v.-.
iinirkri i'J' . .- w v .nva iv .
bcudfor tcrm Cousultatlou is frco ana outi-
luun and make jou lit for carriage.
.9 r. J J . . ifthMfliiPfllU. ritr
.lll HUII'i iriiiiujii-"iiii'i"n"'" -'" (
ncll rritKKlt, Plfth nnd Main streets
Oldest and Oriajirsal
.CSSS. TV T -
to West Ninth St., Kansas City.iMo.
l..'ld iik nn 1 iiiic' e! l net
l la 11 ,.L
etvuiis a nl lrltijr ill .ase..
M I. Mil - I I III! I , with
Si 0111) s niptoms, curea
l.usi VI 1 11 . p-rm.incnflr lestoroL
-v I'll il. Is cured to" ir-wiitioiit inert ury
llirAitV i.sl.A'l.- cured quickly anl
v ill. N I.T. oi'ill.lf. I'AII. coiikiiltDr IL
J Wbii tier and lecilve the eatnlUt oplnloa ol v
pbjstcl in ot eitiii-ririice, skill ami Inieurlty. Nn
protlllss nude til it 1 uuunt be fulllllnd
111,1111 IM.'. liirnlshed .t smaU rost, and
! sent an) w brio tcak.1 '.leaimtui t.Vl.lt
1 sl.N I I . l. II.
I I Itl.i: consultation and tirltnry analysis.
(-Ill 111,1 t" health and etnergeiKles. seill,
? U1U 111 tor 11 1 .'iit sliinips. lllauks rrei
call or addles In cuu'lJcui a
Or. H. J. WHiTTIER,
111 lint Mlltlist.. i;.V,VMi('ll'l, Vlll
V'J n lia u J5 VsVvbr vj.?.ia--'iU.
f vJi a . criTP.n ova tj-.
If l rRtNCHALHAMLULDCALr.
Kv l.l,r......... ..
iJK ' "''' ' '"" t"1' ""''"
"S1 .-.o uinci,.,-.. .
tvj I " -EXTRA FINE" ,c.
v. s. BU3CICTO!I.Mi!iJ.
Over One Million I'toplevicrtlio
W. L Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
AH ourshoes are equally satisfactory
They glv e tbo brst vnluo 10, :ha monev.
They equal cultimi shc in tj le and lit.
Tlilrwcarlnvqualltlcj are iiiis'iroAsccd.
The price ure uniform, Jtumped nn ole,
rrnm $1 te Si saved ner ether mnl.es.
'' iiirdealercar.nl 'ouwr'1'!, fcpl
",A,.tni'VII', in Mtnnpsntn Vve,
HOI.DI.V IIAC.I r, s.-y, rnr. 1 ttli mill Mila
II. T 111) .'!. mil llnln st.
CI II. II IIV. in SH C.ruid Vie.
ItOI'M'll 1 1 III 1-.. ;;i:i (iriiud Air,
l'Ki.n I'ltr.r.mm spriugiieiii vve.
lll'.MtV IAI.lt. lima t,t 1 Til -t.
"llv a tborouEli knowledge nf the nituril li-ri
which govern thopei nlm of dl.o.tinn ml
nutrition, and by a ririful application of tti..
lino properties of well selected I'oeoi Mr llnp
t.ns I'luvlded lor our brealif it un I bUpiiir a
ilellcitely Hivored bovrrig which miy mvu in
many he iv) ilnctots1 bll.. It U by the jmllelntti
ue ot nich articleinf dlefthat a ionttuton
u iy tw grudimlly built up until fctroug riiniuh
In resist oiury teulency to dl ease Htm lie Is
of kubtlo m iladles ai floatitig around tit re.my
to attack wherever there is a weak point We
may rscape tinny a latil nhift by keeping our
iiolvei ell fortltlod with pur tkml unit a prop,
erly nourished frame ".-tUil inriit uattttt
Maiiouli.iply vtlih I oiling uteror mbk hull
only In Half-pound Un bygroctis. labeled thus
JAMS UTs'dtU.LU., Ilomueopatbte Clienisls,
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, 188D,
pfB THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS.
Itcuil tho Jnllliinl, fill ecu I'uula u
A pure antiseptic,
Soap for daily use.
Druggists sell It.
Ile'iare of lmltatloitB.
A book on Deriniitul
vjy with every caUu,
?-WsL PAY! 1
-3'Srfv L ' '
LliBc ffl? SOS i B B LU g (1
1,1:1m, ,no lit i:.
. 11' l!l:AS William W IVrklns nnl
" 1 :.r l'erlnns. hi wir-, grintT by
tli 1 leed of IniKt itni'l the iievenleenih
da 1 f April, eighteen h indr-J and nmet.
r l,icd In lhe oitl e of the ! or ler of
de. U of Jnrltmn county. Missouri n' Kijim
City, on the nam. iiatn in bock II 111.
pines HO to 1S boih in-lu'ive ' n "
t, 1 rrerson lituniMck. the follow ' n '
s ribed litnd In Kn,sas City. Ja'is " . ' ;
1 Missouri, to-tvit. . pnll of n '
' ivjtd to Piniel I. Shoupf by 1.
M Daniel hi,, I mio b) d"l
Jtilj I, y., recorded in booh Y, po
In rrconir' ollb- of JneRon
Mi-iurl thus bounded vl. H
on the east line of Main ifsol i"
or Iviimi, at a pent viln h '
end of the middle I'hC '
iiiuth etone 1 foun'MtLin n"
t-eruin thre torv brli-K
bnllillnit, erected bv Antin C.rit.',ll',
hr possession till h' ennvrypd I"
eity by deed ,int.l rfhrunry, S. ''
Harmon Flroirii. llunc ca-sterly A .
11 iddii. line t ltleh fdiindition wall '
Ptolonimtion of surli.niirtlle llnt '
MrDanlel's nddltlor lo raid Cllv, of Kan
ai thence iior'h alone suth nlly 1
point which t),B b0 in n prJIonisat in of
the middle lit," o lh" n rtli f out. lat ri,i
wall of said three Mory hi It btillrtltu. so
rreeted by niM Anna Contirllyithftice w stj
wardlv rrom niieii polrt H the east end
of said mlddls line of said north found!
Hon wnll, nnd th-nee westerly along th J
middle line of sail north foundation wall
to the east line of said Main street: nnd
thence notttherly to the pi ice ot bcmrnltiKi
being n lot of land suppord to have a front
of tvvcntv.tiirce anj eight-twelfths (.IS I.)
feet on Main street, nnd conimonlv Known
and lelBlinted ns lot number ey.
5? ., (?)', ' I'loclt eight V' '
Mcnanlel'n nddltlon t" the, t" of
Kinsas, except no much of said lot ncven
(,) ns Ilea south of the middle line of said
south foundation wnll and the prolongation
thereof the land conveyed by ald deed of
trust holm- ,.m. nnn. ,'hi Iiv follonltK
deeds n cotiled In snld recorder's o(ller,
to-ivll Deed to Anna Connellv. book M,
pise IJI. .leeil ,ated AllRtt't SI. IS. 1. to jald
Anna Coniielly, bo.sk S3, pig'' H '"'cJ
dated l'Vhru try ", b?.(. to Harmon llrowti.
book II 7. page r:i nnl conveyance Is sub
i ct to pirty wall eontrn t mentioned In
Fin h .Io.mIh. n,d nlo that nf January
mi, book It si, nppn :-w, and being th" simn
land ctivivrd to William W l'erklni by
James I' Cnnover ind O.'Oige 11 ''onoyr
and their wives bv iWd dated the SSth day
of Jun". leu;, riordd In bonlt V number
1 Si.', page :,.'-, all tlfhts uiulT any and nil
pirtv will enntrnets nff' 'ting sn.d land ind
nil rlghtu rnnrernlng pnrty walls stipu
late' In nnv ded ronvjlua ltd lind
I all tltrhts under any and all li'is"i of tald
1 lind being bv wild .l.-.-cl of trut is Ign d
to nld llrutnbnik, and nil sail Ian I lid
rights being bv -. !! .1. ,1 of truit punfltil
to secure piyuitnt of rerta'n p-jr.,l iy
not s in nj ,ipfj 0f niit de ribi 1;
ninl, wher-as default vi made In tne piy
nicnt when du, of th" Intel et not. s tniitur
lt: fnrtj -eight menth and llftj-four
1 motits after date. In nld drui of trtlHt de-
scribe I, and there now ri'tnnlns due nnd
1 unpild the whole of said tlft-four months
l.iteiest note, nnd there l.ns been paid n
, K.1I1I fottv night months' Interest note onlv
! the following amounts' Two dollnrs nnd
I "Vfiit5-sl emts at maturltv. xvv. June
j.. i'i, aim jnu .lulv is. ivsi, the iiaianc
of that note being dm- nnd unpaid, now,
therefore, at the request of the owner
nnd holdir of said dun and ttnpnld notes,
and of the otln r notes m cured by mild
deed, maturing thereafter (the notes ma
turing before slid defaulted notes having
been pild), notice Is her. by given that
mid Urumhnck will, ns eu h tiustee. un
der the power In i.ild deed of trust, proce"d
to sII the property and rights herelnbefnr-'
rterlbed. and by sild deed conveyed nnu
any and every part thereof, nt public
veiulii. . to the hluhet bidder, nt the court
liotiso iloor. In the City of Kansas (now
oiled Ivinsai Cl.v), in tho aunt) nf Jack
son nforcs-iM, for cash, on Trldas thn
llfteentb il'iv of Mm h. ilghteen hundnd
nnd nlnetj-llve. between the hours of nlno
o do. k In the forenoon and live o'clock In
the aft. rnmn, to pij the balance due on
sold defaulted notes, and the costs nnd
expenses of executing said trust, Includ
ing f ompcns-itlon to the trustee for his
services, and out of the inlanee of pro
ceeds, to piy, ns provided In said deed of
truit, ihe piinclpil note described therein,
with Interest not Included In Interest notes
maturing bpfore that, the court house door
at vvhleh inch sale will jh made, being
the routh front door of the court house
building In Knnas City Jackson county.
Missouri, on the block of ground bounded
Iv I'lfth street, Oak street, Missouri ave
nue an 1 Locust street, In which building
tho circuit court of Jackson Fount). MIs
oiirt. nt Kansas City, will be held, or
might lawfully be held If In session, nt the
time of sale, nnd at which door the sheriff
usually (-ells lind on eM-eutlon from suld
JUFFEnsov iinrvi..ir,i.- v-
Titi sTrn's- s vi. 1.- vv 1 . r,
oi th i.ni! r.i iii .vi i, 11
their litcd or Hunt dill. 1 lh. 1
liecimber. 1S30. and lunnlnl on tee i
ln of Uiccnilir, liW. In buolt II o in
at pare Va, J.iek'on count). Mlri. url. r
ordn at Ku i-i Cltv, eonvcyed to the mi
de-signed c tiustee. the following ''e
eerlbed ieii e'ttnto situ He In tho . mnt
of JikKsiui nnd mate of Mt-isnuil, t.. wir
Lot tiumbeiel fclx (C) nnd tho nou'b mmi
(T) feet or lo' numbered tlv.i ('.). In Id k
nun bcreil two ("). and lots numb'i I t'.i''
trcn IP), fourtren (II) nnl l.rtun
itmi k iiuint'OTi ii mm (it ox .mi i.
I Wallny's i-rsuiry of Mot Ks imo
two (J), nf IJronklvii IioiKhts.
HV (.It 'li IJiWIIIMVIl JIUIKMI. (Ill tl t i"l'"i
io inp i ny or jaiins, now inn is i
us fcal 1 lots hi-) markt'il and lUtifnuto l on
tlm row Ie ulnt of bald reiirc' vht h
taltl i(infHin'o wi.h ttmI to puure th(
i din iii no u .! iiitiu u miiiii' iu'
pu mt nt of tho iiint'lDiil nriil (ntnri-st
notes In haUI I toil tloTiln'!. anil w 1 rcas
ilc fault Iiiih been mmlo In tht naMii-iit of
n ..- .r .,.i,i ..-i.w.1.. . i ...... .. ii i. i. ,...
it, I'sll I Jl CeHH 1 1 1IJI I J J. It HUM', III Ii I- l"MI
)mht Ono ami '!natna nniultl; now, th rn
fott, iui1jU( notice Is lu'iol'i t;iwn tliut I.
tlio iiiuloi'-lfcrnp! triHton. at tlie tniiet.t of
vlli' I' riii iiurr.i i MLi '!!' i hi -m i 11 " r
nrifl In iroorfIno Uth tlii trrms nf pi. i
di oil of trust, will, on KunrtLiy tlu ! H
...... ..V 1..,....n... III. 1..... An.. .1. .... .w
day nf IVbttiniy. lv.'1. between tho ho irs
of nlno o'clock tn the forenoon an 1 lle
oMi In tho nftornoon of that lav at
the v est door of the United States p tst
otllce building. In Kansas Olt), Jn l.aon
en mtv, aforesaid, proceid to t-ell, en I se'l
the ebove d'seilhe.i real estate, nt nl lo
vendue, to tbo hlithcfit lilddei, fin it
to 1 iv off nnd satlifv the bolanie of s , I
note, the Interest thereon and the ..s-s of
iec iitlne- this trtut. S T l'r TT
Jan 5.M. 11 Ti mtee
Tri'STIJIIS GAI.n fiv regsor of defiult
In the pDm-nt of I hi- prim ip I .nil i 'r
est nf it bond, di -rll d In id.nl f i ns'
undi bv l'i ml; V. (Innoiig. iilnirl rt I
1'ebrinrv SOth, Ui, llled fni reconl K b
runrv 2Mb, ISS1. nnd reeoided In book 't0
ut page :ii!, tn 'he oilleo of Ihe r cordrr
of deeds for Jackson county, Mlspiuri ot
Kansas Cl'y. I will pursuant to u d I
of ttust, nt the request of the lepil hn'lr'
of hell bond, betwe.n the hours of 9
o'elnek ii n nnd r, o'clock p m . on Sit
urday. M'lich ''th. ISW. at the we t f. mi
do ir of the Cnlt.i' States instm b . ie
and postotlli" buMdli g In Knn? i
j.seksnn eou iv, Mo. fell lets tvv.ti'v no
("il thlitv W thlrtv-one (111 tn' j -vo
(32) thlrtv-three (331. thlity.fcir n in r
ly.five (33) and tldr'y-sl i.Ki i I , ,c
seven (7) of the subdivision eille.i Ma,i
borough," In Jackson ciunty. Ml uri, ,,,.
public vendue, to the highest Wider fir
cnvti, to satisfy fild bond.wlih Interest oj.d
cost of eteiinlntr this ttust
OAIlPINnn I ATlinOP. Trustee,
i,...itied In n deed of trust inulA i.v r-i
I vert It Hunt am Km r jinei
I hl wife, dated the tjth diy of .ten
, M, nnd recorded on the 19th dav of Jm
I JSSO In book II 319. at page C14 In the n
I ll o of the recorder of deds for Ii
count". Missouri, nt Kansas Pitv I v."
by virtue of the premises and of tb- pnw
In ma vested bv Slid deed nf (rust nn"
Ihe uquest of tlm leml holder of said iw,
proced to i-ell all of let nnmbe1 1 in
block numbered H In MeKlnney hf-ltrhm
an addition to Kinsis City Jackson eoun
ty, Missouri R" shown by ths rieanUd nlai
of said addition nt the south front .loot
of the court house In hansis Pity, between
Ihe hours of o clock In the fornoon n,
o j rmi k in i niuiiiwii, un i nurvttay
the t day of rniprv, l'l. at publlj
vendue, lo tha highest bidder, for rash
for the purpose pf piylng said note and the
cost of executing thl trust ,9U aa
A. A TOMI IN'POH. Trust-.
THUSTI'11 S KAI.n-Ily n-ison of default
In the p.i)ineut or lhe principal note de.
-cribed In a deed of trust ti ad- b Charles
! Diatherige and l'llz.ibt h M n-a'her-age.
bts wife dated the I2ih dsy of Juni,
lsvi and r-"ordi 1 on the lith ,iav nf June,
is-'i ip book II 21' at pice 45 In the of.
! K of the recorder of deel for Jiolneri
rnuni). Mls'-uirl at Kansas Cty I will,
by virtue of the premles nnl of the power
In in "fated bv snld deed of trust np 1 nt
the request of th legil holder of MM no's,
proceed to sell 111 nf bit numbered I In
bio k numberel , ,n McKlnney helirhts,
I an aldl'lon lo Kansas Clly JneKFoii pqiiii.
Iv Missouri aR shown by the recorded plat
of mM nddltlon at the south front door
of the court hruse In Kiti'as Cltv between
the hours of ; o'clock In the forenoon and
' 5 o'clock In lh- afternoon on Thprstliv.
tha 51t day nf IVhruarv lot at puhlla
vend.te. tn Ihe hlche't bid ler. for fasi,
for the purpose of .nvlr nd note and tho
cost of rxeeii'lrtr bl trim
A A TOMITNhon' Trustee,
Kansas City Jnn'y nth IS,