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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. MAttOIl I, 189,5.
Ehe was tall nmt stftlucso,uc. with a fig
ure lha was. a marvel of Indolent grace
nnd a. face thnt might have been moilelcil
from that of the ftblcd iiucpIi of beauty.
Masses of roM brown hair curling softly
over a Ion tlreelan brow, features that
were faultless In their chiseled regulnrltvi
n, white, tranpnrcnt skin, veined delicately
like the petal of n roe, nnd great grnv
ejes under strilghl, dark brows, and Ions,
sweeping lashes. Absolute perfection,
nothing less, and yet and yet It was a
perfection thnt chilled and saddened ou
She was like a snows tiiulden or a marble
HCUIpture lovtls to the tp, but Icj told
to the totieh She had no warmth, no
Klow, no lendprness. Sho looked o OaH
tea might hnve looked before l'sgmn
lions ardent kse awoke her to pisslou
nte life and the knowledge of n woman s
-Men raved about her beaillj, but her lm
mobllltj froao Ihem, anil Dies dare not ap
proach her When she wn 21'she hud
never had u !oer. No man had ever told
her she was beiiitlful ,No mm had over
klsed or even tout he t her hand, save In
the ordinary friendly greeting
Then, when he was 25, she met Dick
A nndoleur. late throw him ncroi her
trark, Just bv the merot nppldent, and
forgot to take him awnj ngaln. .so he
nick wns 21, too, a imn In senrs,
but boy In overs thins ele, Ardent, linnet
uous. careless, singnlne, with all a bov's
hnpiij, hopeful belief In himself ami the
unknown future, a bos' trusting heart and
ii bos sunns smile.
It wis u wonderful thine that smile of
nil No one could resist It. Men Invariably
(lianed before It genial warmth, while
women well, no woman evir said "No"
to Dick Vandeleur. lip was not the sort of
man thit women said "No' to
Dick wore his nature Ilghtls. He vva,
ny Incllnntlon and profession, an artist.
As vet he onls stood on the lowest rung
of the ladder of success, but ho h id a keen
desire to climb to the vers top, md ho saw
no reason why he should not. His vocabu
lary held no such word ns foil, lln be.
lleved In himself, he believed In his art. tnd
he heltcved In the future. Happy Dick!
Well, n I silil before, fate threw him
across Patricia Campbell's pith md left
him there. It suited him very well to be
loft there, nnd he hid no vvlh for file to
remember him and tike him tinny, for ho
found Patrlcli the most Interesting mid f is
cl.iatlng woman from certain point" of
view thnt he hid ever met The very
qualities in her thnt rep"llcd other men at
tracted him. Perhaps It was the force of
contrast, perhaps It was -in undercurrent of
sjmpaths. perhaps but what Is the use of
speculating! In this tangled skein of life
there nro so mans cross thrc Js that, to
nil nppcinnce, stirt nowhere nnd go no
where; s0 many effects to which we enn
assign no cause.
Patricia's beautiful, Impressive fnco set
him thinking, and the second time ho siw
her he slid in his casual wav:
"I say. .Miss Campbell, I want vou to do
something for me I've got a bright Met
is III vou help to enrrs It out?"
Patricia looked at him doubtfully In nil
her life no man hnd come to her for help
before, and the novelts- of tit situation Im
pressed hei. bhe did not en. .e know whit
to siv. ,
"Help sou"" she repealed In a dubious
tone, and then she added, 'Can I?
"Rather!" cried Dick "I should Just
think sou can It jou only will "
She was still looking at him In that won
dering was. "loll me how," she said
He went a step nearer and looked down
at her with his winning smile.
"Vou can sit tor me," ho answered, "and
jou will, won't sou7 You don't mind my
asking jou, do sou? '
So the birgalu was struck, and the oddls'
assorted pair proceeded to cam It out.
Ho painted her ns Galatea, and the work
took a long tlmo nnd necessitated n great
number of sitting Dick spoiled a great
mans' canvasser but this wis his way
through life He was nlwass throwing
avvaj his old canvassis nnd starting on
new ones. It was a habit he had.
Patricia dlsplavfd a patience that seemed
Inexhaustible She never lldgeted, never
complained When once Dick had posed
her she would remain In the same position
for any length of time, and If sho grew
tired or cold or cramped, she kept her
secret and he was none the wiser.
At last the great work began to progress,
nnd Dick spoiled no more canv ises He
had got filrls' under was, and tin success
ful realization of tho ideal w is only a
question of time
"I've never come nnwvhoro nenr this be
fore," ho said to Patricia ono morning. "I
nlwass hoped thnt some day I should paint
a picture that would make me famous, and
now I am doing it This will make me
famous and I shall owe my fame to sou."
"Am I like that? ' sho asked.
Dick glanced it the living face at his el
bow to tho plctuied frame beforo him The
likeness was exact. He had portralted Pa
tricia's impassive beauty with raro and
subtle skill 'ihc waving glors of tho
bright hued h ilr, the straight lines of tho
finely chiselled features, tho pure tints of
the velvety skin, tho serene unconscious
ness of the clear, gray eses these things
wero rendered v-dth a lifelike lldelltv th it
was startling In Its vivid realism But bc
sond and ahove all this ho hnd seized upon
and emphasized that which Is the Ices no to
of her personallts the marble coldness,
tho lack of womanly softness and tender
ness, the nbsenco of soul thnt mado her
face so perfect a realization of this Ideal
G" You" nro Just like that," ho answered,
Patricia was silent for r moment, then
"I do not know." she s ild slowls. and
her tone made Dick wonder of what sho
could be thinking .. - , . j ,
But he did not ask Ho had found long
ago that asking Tatrlcla questions was
rather an unsatisfactory occupation
"Psgmallon of old fell In lovo with his
own creation and kissed it Into life," he
cried "I am suro I am not surpilseil,
"ne'broke off suddenly and Patricia turned
nwas Dick's ees followed her curiously
He was wondering If tho most Impetuous
of lovers, the most nrdent of kisses could
hnve power to wake within her the p union,
nte loving woman's soul that the toui.li of
I'jgmnllon's lips had once upon a time
awakened within his Galatea's marble
The picture was accepted by tho all
powerful Porty and well hung, and It
proved the feature of that sear's academs.
The critics hud nothing but pralso of It,
nnd the crowds of visitors who dalls
thronged the rooms of the ISurllngton
house were unanimous in their lerdlct
Popular feeling ran so high that ' miitea
had to bo piovldid with a railing and a
policeman. Dick Vnndcleur's numo vvns
'""I owo overs thing to sou," ho said to
ritrlcli, "(.vers thing"
Now this was not strictly true, and the
impulsive words were tho outcome of a
potnowhat Illogical reasoning, but Dick
was not nlwass logical vvhijn ho was tnlk
lng to a woman Thnt Is such a dmciuit
matter from talking to a man
Patricia caught the false note at once nnd
shook her hend
"No," the answered, "there are many
things that sou don't owo to me. Your
talent, for instance that H a heaven-sent
gift If sou had never seen inn sou would
still have been fimous homo diy "
"I should not," Dick letutnid, with eon
ilctlon. "Vou Insplnd me. Wh it Is talent
without Itifplratlon'"' 'I hen ho moved a
little n care i "Don't leasnii with me,"
he pleaded: "I don't want to bo reasoned
with, I like to think I owe evors thing to
jou I.ct mo think It Patricia."
Pattlela did not answer; she only flushed
falntlj. Consldeied fiom nn nrtlstlo point
of view that soft, slow blush was the most
pet feet thing In thei world, and Dick's escs
were all ubl ize as he looked down at her.
"I owe sou," ho went on, "a debt that I
can never pis oft III this life; the balaneo
will hive to be tatrled over to tho net.
I'm afraid." He piused for a moment,
then put his hind ovei heis, ns It lay Idly
on the table. "It Is not only a name and
fame and fortune," hu added. "Theie Is
something else thnt I owe sou-something
more precious than either."
'lhe light still llngoied upon her face when
Dick came back. He saw It as she turned
to meet him. and this new, marvelous
beauty of hers, this glowing, pulsating
Womanhood, Instinct with passionate life,
came upon him with an actual ih)biea
shock. He stopped short, gating nt her
eP"nyDJove!" he muttered under his breath,
'HvJovo!' 'Ihen he went forward. 'How
different sou look to-night," he suld, "What
Ills eses wandered over her as ho spoke,
seeking some reason for the ch inge, but
ho coul 1 And none, Her gpwu was one that
he knew well, she hid not altered the utr
rangement of hei hair, eveis thing about
her was much a usual No. the change
owed nothing to outward Influence; It eame
from within her. ,.,,.. ,,
i:en as Dick grasped this fact an Idea
struck him stiddepls. Was U his klss-the
touch of his lips on hers thit hud wioutht
his startling transformation? Tor a mo
ment he thought made him cower gulltlls.
then he dismissed It as quickly as It had
tome. No. H oula not hl) iat-that was
n?-ia"rku!M ho M putting her hand In
Patricia was lost In a dreamlike silence,
looking down at the hanof that held her
own. What a strong hand it wa, and
what subtle esmpaths teemed to be con.
veyVd by 1U close grasp. The sense of
phsflcal contact with him thrilled her
sttnngels'.. ... ...
"May J," ha asked In a hurried tone,
"come In this evening and tell sou what It
Her PS es were a till tlxcd on the clisped
hinds, hers In his.
p," she nnswered. ....
Then she withdrew her hind slowls', nnd
an she did so Dick stooped down and kitted
The next moment he was gone
Patricia Moo! where ho hnd left her, M
lent nnd mottonle. Her pulses wcra
throbbing wlldls and the blood vvns coursing
UiroiiHh her veins In a torrent of liquid tire
Htlll, outwnrdls she was unchanged Then
all at once a light broke over her fice
a light tint suffused and Irrndlnted It with
n rosy .Blow, a new strange beauts She
was tr wlgurod. Her lips pirtpd. her
rheekf ushed, her PS en softened with pas
sion f l tenderness unspeakable. In that
one t. ".lent she n.t I passed Irom the tnnrblc
semblmcp of n woman to a woman Indeed,
with n woman heart beating In her breast
nnd the dawn of a woman's lovo stirring
her being to Its utmost depths. It wns tho
soul s awakening. ...
He had taken her hand and called her bv
her name In the nflernoon, nnd he had
not rebuked hint, so hp took her hand nnd
called her by hpr name again thnt night.
1 hat Is n man's wav,
Pamela looked up nt him.
"Ye," hp said.
Dick drew his breath hard, nnd for a mo
ment he could not penh. Her ese. with
that new light glowing In their depths,
were enough to et n man's vers' soul on
lire He had to light for self-control.
"I have a confession to make to jou," he
went on, rather unsti mills. "When sou
hear It perhaps vou will siy I ought to
have made It before. And sot I don't know
why sou should It l a spcret that Is
only known to two people In the world be
side mssclf. Poslblv It won't Interest
Sou. but I think It will beiaue bpcau-e we
have been such good frlendv I am married
That l It. I mirrled Hie sears ago 1 was
only a boy then, with neither money noi
prospect", nnd nod knows I hid no right to
persuade any woman to Join her life with
mine. But but, we don't nlwnjs do what
Is right ind he has never reproached me,
nevci once Until now 1 havp had no
chance of making a home for her. She h is
stased with her mother, nnd I have lived
fram h-iml to mouth, minting not bolters
and trusting to luck; making the "lost of
the present nnd leaving the future to take
care of Itself. Hut now nil that Is change,!.
I can make a home for her now, and give
her nil the things that she has walled for
so long and so patiently, and 1 nm going to
do It t am I'Olng to do It. Slip Is a good
little thing, the best nnd truest little wom
an In the world. And she never reproached
mo once " He paused for a moment anil
pished his hand over his eves. "There s a
child, too," ho ndded In a lower tone
He looked at Patricia with a quick nnd
somewhat uneasv glance, but she stood
quite 'till and silent, Sho did not even
withdraw- her hand
"Vou seo how much I owe to sou," he
went on hurrledls. "Not only name, nnd
fame, nnd fortune, but nlo the power to
atone to my wife for all these sears of
waiting; the power to mnke n home- for
her and the child. I can never hope to pay
off such a debt "
P Uricla raised her eses to his, nnd
"there is no debt," she said; "It Is paid
alreadv. If I have added to jour happi
ness that Is enough for me. I was not
used to helping people; no one ever asked
me foi help until vou came: but I hive
helped jou and I tun satlslled."
Dick started as her voice fell on his ear.
It w is o changed that he hardly knew It.
Tho new tendctness that had thrilled In
the soft tones had gone, leaving It dull,
and cold, and lifeless, ns It had been when
he first met her. He looked at her
cuilously, nnd saw tint her fan' was
changed, too The light that still lingered
upon It avas but the ghost of what It hid
been tho faint reflection of that marvel
ous glow of warmth and paslon that had
flashed upon him with bewildering beautv
onls a short time ngo A shndovv dimmed
the lovely radiance of hor ejes, her
mouth was set In rigid, Inflexible line',
tho marble coldness and hardness of tho
old dnss were creeping over hor again
Ho drew n. long deep breath for In that
moment the truth was revealed to him,
and the vague, unoasv- doubts that had
filled his mind gave place to a certain
knowledge. He now knew that he, like
Ps-gnnlion of old, had kled hK Galatea
Into life, and nwnkenod i woman's heart
within her mnible breast knew, too, that
almost In tho same hour as that In which
he had given her life ho hid taken tho
precious gift awaj'.
Tii. Knui tens ilpnd and a -soul knows no
second birth on this side of eternlts
London 'I ruth
JUOWC.r.l AMI KA.
The I.lttlo Brother and tho l'jthon Bathe
Together In the Jungle l'ool.
Buds aid Kipling Ins another of his re
markable Jungle stories In Maich St. Nich
olas It is ' The King's Ankus," and It
tells how Mowgll saw a wonderful treas
ure under the earth, guarded by the White
Cobrn Here Is one parage Kaa, tho big
rock python, has Just shed his skin, and he
"It needs water A new skin never comes
to full color before the flrst bath. Lot us
go bathe ' . ,
"I will carry thee," said Mowgll; and ho
stooped down, laughing, to lift tho middle
section of Kna's great bods-, Just where the
birrol was thickest. A man might Just as
well have tried to heave up a two foot
water main, and Kaa lis still, pulling with
quiet amusement. Ihen the regular even
ing gnme began the bos In the flush of
his gieat strength, nnd tho pvthon In his
sumptuouslj pointed new skin, standing
up one ngolnst the other foi a wrestling
match a tilal of ejo and strength Of
course K-ii could have crushed a dozen
Mowglls If ho had let himself go, hut ho
plased carefully, and never loced one
tenth of his power. i:verslnco Mowgll was
stiong enough to induro a little rough
handling Kaa had taught him this game,
and It suppled his limbs ns nothing elso
could. bomellmes Mowgll would stand
lipped almost to his throat In k'n's shift
ing colls, striving to get ono arm freo and
catch him bs the throat Ihen Kni would
give way limpls, and Mowgll with both
quick moving fU would trj to cramp thu
purchase of that huge tali in It flung back
ward, feeling for a lock or a stump 'I lies
would rock to and fro, head to he id, each
w iltlng for his chance, till the be lutlful
statue-llke gioup melted In a whir of
bliek nnd jellow colls and struggling legs
and arms, to rise up ngiln nnd again
"N'ow ! Now I Now'" sabl iCna, miking
fclnm with his hend tint even Mowgll's
quick hand could not turn nslile 'Look! 1
touph theo here, Little Brother! litre and
here! Aro thy hands nunibf Here again'"
Iho game alw.ass ended In one w is
with a str light driving blow of the head
that knocked the boy over mid over. Mow
1,11 coul 1 nevei learn tho guird for that
lightning lunge, und, ns Kaa said, It was
not tho least use trjlnff. .....
flood hunting!" Kaa minted at list,
and Mowgll, as usual, was shot awaj halt
a dozen jards, g isplng and laughing, Ho
rose with his lingers full of ,r.iss, nnd
followed Kaa to the vvtso old snake's pet
bathing place a deep pllchs black pool
surrounded with rocks and mado Interest
ing by sunken tree stumps 'Iho boy
slipped In. Jungle-fashion, without .i sound
and dlv-d acioss; roe, mo, without a
sound, and tinned on his back, Ids nrms
behind his hend, watching tho moon rising
abovo the rocks, and breaking up lui le
llectlon In tho water with his toes. Kaa's
diamond shaped head rut tho pool like a
razor, and camo out to rest on Mowgll's
shoulder. They lay stlll.soaklng luxurious
Is In tho cool water,
"It Is verv good," said Mawgll at last,
sleepils-. "N'ow In tho Man-pack, at this
hour, is I remember, they laid them down
upon hard pieces of wood In tha Insldo of
a mud trap, nnd, having carefully shut
out nil tho clean winds, drew foul cloth
over their heavy heads, and made evil
songs through their noses. It Is better In
Marlon Craw ford rites a Novel In Ten Ilaj
SlcCluro's Magazine; "I was told the
other daj." I said, "that you wrote 'The
Three Pates' In seven da js."
"No." he replied; ' that would have been
a phjslcal Impossibility. As a matter of
fact, I was not very well, and spent a
wholo summer writing It from time to
time. Ono of mi stories, however, '.Mar
zlo s Cruclllx.' which Is not n long novel,
I wrote In ten dsjs. In Its origin il form,
as It appeared serlalls. Afterwards two
(haptera were added for book publication.
Iho 'lale of a Lonely Parish' I wrote In
twents-four dass onu chapter a das, of
about 5,000 words, Bath of these stories
weio pass to vviltc. bee mse I was peifect
ls familiar with the background of e ich.
I had once studied stlver-carvlug with a
skll led workman, and the Idea suggested
Itself to mu to vvrlto a story about an
atheist who shouM put his life and soul
into the carving of a cruclllx. With that
for a motive, tho stoiy wrote Itself In
the caso of The Lonelj Parish, I found
us self with a promise unredeemed, given
to my publishers, for a novel at a certain
date, as I had already sold thu novel which
I Intended for them to a magazine, for serial
publication, bo 1 looked aroun 1 In my
memorj for some spot which was thoi
ougbly familiar to me as a background for
ms novel so familiar that 1 need not In
vent details, but simply call them up from
my memory I Immediately thought of
the little village of Hatfleld Begls, In
Hertfordshire, where I was seat as a pupil
to a clergyman. I lifted that little village
bodily out of my memory, and put It Into
my story, even to the extent of certain
real names and localities.
GOOD POINTS OF A HORSE.
tub v.m; ami tin: iti:At snow Tin;
A large, Clear nnd luminous I'jo In
illrntrs n (lond Disposition
Nitt In Importance.
Are the I rpt.
Henry Chllds Mens In Ins a paper In
the March Ccntuty on "l'lio Horse Mar
ket," from which tho following Is ex
tracted And till brings us to consider what
nro tho marks if n good, serviceable
horse, such ns most people want to bus,
Tho chief points nro the. eso nnd head,
fir, whether nit the score of safety or
of pleasure In ownership, tho essential
thing Is to have n horse Hint Is Intelli
gent (i ml gentle, or one that Is Intelli
gent and lclous, rntlier than stupid,
for stupid hnisps nro the iiuist danger
ous et nil. livery horse shows his chu
nctcr In Ills head, nnd chlelly In the cse,
Just ns certainly ns a man shows nil
clmrnitcr In his face; although, ns In
the cno of men, It N not nlvvajs easy
to read what Is written In the cqulno
fpnturcs. Hut ns to horses of positive
chiructpr, positively Rood or positively
bail, there need be nn mlstiilte. 1 once
bought ti mire of n ilealer, for a vvom
nu's use, without even tnMns her out of
the stable. Hho seemed to bo sound,
nnd I felt sure from her ejo thnt b)io
was tmusti illy gentle nnd safe, and bo
she proved to be. On the other hand,
out of sl. or eight horses shown to mo
at a sale st ible, on another occasion, I
t ejected one the best In the lot other
wise because his esc, though not abso
lutely bad, was such ns to nrouae sus
picion; nntl the owner afterward ndtnlt
ttil to mo that tho animal vvns different
from tho rest In being- n little "mean."
I mention these Instances to show that
nny person of average Intelligence enn
learn, bv tnklng pains, to rend tho
equine chntnetcr. Horse de.aleis nnd
trainers seldom make a study of this
matter, because they do not care about
It. What sou should look for Is u laige,
clear, luminous ejp, what jou should
distrust Is n small eje, a sunken eje, nn
ejo thnt shows tho white, glancltiK
bickwnid, which Indicates bid tempeij
and abovo all, a bIiisj', tremulous eje,
which Indicates stupidity. It Is hard to
desctlbe, but ensllj tecognlred Thpro
should bo a consldenblo spice botween
the ejes The cars und the cnrrlnge of
them me hnrd! less significant Well
out ems that move contlnunlly with n
gclierul tendencs to bo pricked forwnrd
Indicate u good and lively disposition
Large eats, If well shaped, aro better
thnn pij siniill or "mouse" ears. Lop
em i, coatse eats, eats planted either
verj- far npait oi vets cloe together,
nro to be v lowed with great distrust
Xct In Impoitincc to the head come
tho feet. TIipj- should be of medium sire
neither steep like a mule's, not flat, but
sloping nt a medium angle Tho best
feet nie "tup-shnped," that I3, so form
ed that when sou pick them up the will
As to the other points of a horse. I
lnll not attempt to go Into details, bo
c.iuse I feat th it thev would convos In
formation onls to those who do not
need It. Hut this inaj bo said generallv
bj was of advice Avoid a long-bnckcd
oi thln-vv aisled still moio a long-legged
horse Look for a compact, lathct low
standlng heist, with a good head, j?ood
eves nnd well shnped tars, nnd jou
cannot go fai wrong
i m; riziii; in am i vim.
A 11 itlipinatlilan Trl s tn le ir lip n Dlf
licultj In 1 alullj l Tent.
It goes without sajing that a man has
two pirents foiu grandp irents, eight
gieat-grmdp irenis, and o on, so that If
we go bick seven generations, doubling nt
each step, wo have JOIS ancestors This
sort of argument has been used bs super
ficial cenenloglsts to show that at the tlmo
of William the Conqueror each of us hid
more ancestors than the total population
of Engl tnd. hence we must each be de
scended from overs Englishman of that
da. Including tha immortil William him
self. Tho absurdllj of this ort of reasoning
lis been jiolntt d out bs Professor Biooks.ot
Johns Hopkins Ills Immediate object Is
to establish a point In the thcors- of evolu
tion, but ho confutes all sills- genealogists
nt the saano time AS Idle It Is true that we
do have four giandparents, thes- need not
be four separate and distinct persons
First cousins hnve not more than three
separate grandp irents. If ths are doubly
cousins thes hive but two bo In the
tenth goner ition one's 2 01S ancestors nro
nevei JOIS separate persons, thes' abound
In "duplicates," so to speak, ns cverj- ono
knows who has tiled to trace his descent,
not In one line, but In all poslble lines
These duplicates abound especially In smnll
communities, whose Inhabitants hava In
termarried for veirs
Besides this tho lines from a given pair
of ancestors tend to become etlm t sooner
or later, so as ancestors' Is traced back,
the probablllts Is that ill tho persons liv
ing in a given community will bo found to
be descended, not fiom all, but irom a
vers tew perhaps only one or two of tho
Inhabitants of the community as thPS wero
centuries ago. Po Instead of having all
Englishmen of the sear lOW for our an
cestors tho probability Is that we aro de
scended from comparatively few of them
tho number may bo technically mans thou
smds, but one Individual does dutj for
several scores, or even several hundreds or
thP-"P, tho lines of ancestry converging
upon him from in ms different directions
This Is what Prnfsesor Biooks calls tho
"convergence of ancestry."
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11 ITSl IJllMH-I.HlJl. .....si. .... " w
NOIICE OP TBI'S PEH'S S VLE-Whcre.
ns, on Juls 31st, ISsD, Elvvnrrt A. Phillips and
Emm i Phillips, his wife, made, executed
and delivered their deed of trust foi tho
purposo of securing the payment of their
bond for tho sum of Ji),500(.i In said deed
of trust described, wherein thes convesed
to tho undersigned, David II Ettlen,
trustee, the following dcseilbed real is
tite, situated in the county of Jnckson
and state of Missouri, to-wlt; The not tit
half of lot number four hundred and twon-ts-ulno
(120) of block number thlrts'-two
(Ail In Mcllee's addition tn tho Cits of Kan
sas. now Kansas City, Mlssoutl, according
to a recorded plat thereof, togcthei with
all tho Impiovcmciits thereunto belonging.
And. whereas, on tho -nd d ly ot August.
1SSJ at 11 l" o clock n in . said deed of
trust was duly recorded In bpcik 11 371
at pigo 16J of tho records of said Jackson
counts Mlssouil; und, whtieas, said deed
of trust piovldes that upon non-pas meit
of tho debt secured by said deed of trust
by the makers thereof, tho propsity therein
described may bo solJ bs the trustee for
tho put pose of raising tlia money to pay
the debt thereby seemed, und, whereas,
sail Indebtedness Is now past due and un
paid; now. therefore, public, notice Is hereby
L-lven that I, tho undersigned, David II.
Ettlen. tho trusteo name l In said deed of
trust, undei and by v Irtue of tho authority
vested In me by said deed of trust, at the
request ot tb owner of uald bond, wll
inoceed to sell the above described real
estate, at public vendue, to tho highest
bldded. for cash, at tho south front door
of the new county court house) In Kansas
Cits. Missouri, being the building In Kan
sas Cits. Jackson counts. V ssourl, In
which the, circuit court of said Jackspn
county Is now held, on Wedntsdas. tho
'Tth das of March. 1M5. between the hours
of 9 o'clock in the forenoon anq 6 o'clock
In the afternoon of said day, for tha put
oso of raising tha mony to ( pay tho
amount of said Indebtedness, w th Interest
ink costs of cxcutlng this mist,
ana c03,bnvVID 11. HTTHN, Trusteo.
PEnnV i- SMALL. Attorneys.
" NOTICE TO HroCKHOLDEBS-Notice
Is herebs ttlven that tlw annual meeting of
the stockholders of tho Cm rent ittver
I ullroad Company will ,o held at Its oiilco
in Kansas " ly. -Mo , on Wednesday, tha
13th day of Match, 1S95. at it o'clock a. ,, .
for tl 5 election of directors and the trans!
action of such othti business us may le.
trull? come be foio the meeting. "
b UE01t"n: H NElTLlION, President.
.1 OI1D Secretins.
Kansas City, .no. 1 aumary .-, 1533
Nuiicii iei o'"--"1 ":""i -otict)
Is hereby given that thy annuul meettn
of tho stockholders of the Kama, city,
Clinton & bptlnetletil Hallway v'ompaiiy
will bo held at lis ofllce in Kansas city.
Mo. on Wednesday, tho 13th day of March!
is93. at 8 o'clock a. m , foi the election o
directors and tho transaction of such other
business as may legally come before the
meet ns OEOUQE JI. NEiTLETON.
J. B. rOHD. Secretary.
Kansas City, Mo , February 2S, IKS,
WANTED llellnble salesmen to carry
out oils nnd greises ns specialty nr slelo
line. ALLEN OIL AND tlBEAHl'. CO ,
Clev eland, O.
WANTED-llnmedlatels. three news
nrcntn on tnllroad. Call on Southern Hall
wnj News Co, 101S I'nlon nvp.
WANTED 1 jonng men to learn tele
graphs. Address Will A. Skelton, Hillna,
wan 1 i:n-ri:viAu; iini,i,l
WANTED-Ladles to do fnney work nt
home. Dclray Needlework Co .Dolraj.Mleh.
WANTED A whlto girl for general
housework. COS drove st.
situatiov VA.vi'i:i-ri:vi u.n.
WANTED Situation by soung- lady ns
stenographer. Three years with ono firm.
Address Z S32, Jourml olllcc.
i:ni'i.o must Afii:.cn:s.
nnd furnished rooms, lftP, East 12th, cor.
Walnut, lei. 1171 The best Placo In 1C. C ,
Mo , to find help or sltunllons, mala nr
female: H senrs' experience, Hef, Oinnli 1
Nat. bank, Omiha; citizens' bink, K. C.
TH ItlSNT UOt'lEM.
TO BENT Bv Josenh Plume
2103 Knnsns ave , fi room houso $ 7 00
21nS Knnns ave . C room house 7 00
827 Woodlnnd ave , 8 room house S 00
OKI (Irov e st , 3 room cottnge 10 00
2117 Ljdla ave, 8 room brick 17 f0
2321 Ljdla ave, 8 room brick ,,..20 01
1MI Montgnll ave., 7 room brick 17 CO
1209 E 8th st.. 11 room brick S3 00
Corner Independence nnd Holmes, 1
looms, ench !I0 and 12! city water.
JOSEPH PLUME, Bental Agent slnco 1S50
TO BENT A nice threo room dwelling,
onlv four blocks from Minnesota nnd
within ono block of two street car lines.
Call nt tho Journal brnnch ofllce, In the
Chamber of Commerce bldg.
TO KENT KDOMI.
TO BENT Ono elernnt office room nnd
ono sulto In thn Journal bldg Bent rea
sonable. Apply to tho Journal Co
TO BENT-MISri I.LAM'OUS.
TO BENT Elegant offices In the Journal
bldg nt rensonublo rates. Apply to tho
MONEY TO IOA.V.
TABM LOANS Applications desired;
Northern Missouri nnd Eastern Kansas
(within 100 miles); rates, C'4 per cent up
ward, according to location, sccurltv nnd
ttrm Partial payments allowed. Loans
for salo to local Investors,
JAMES L LOMBARD
Over First National bank
5 AND 0 I'HIl CENT money on business,
residence nnd farm propcrts , unusiinlly fa
vorable terms Appls- to Homer Iteed or
Theo Nash. lOOfl Broadwny.op Coates bouse
KANSAS CITY Improved business prop
erts . largo loans 6 to &H per cent; resi
dence propcrts. 6 to 6"-i per cent; applica
tions promptly placed, loans for sale to
local Investors JAMES L LOMBARD
Over Tlrst National bank
3, 0 AND 7 PER CENT mones. on city nnd
farm properties; building loans made
H v MUSSON, 202 American BU Bldg
MONEY TO LOAN direct rt 7 nnd S per
cent. II. L JOHNSON CO ,
N. Y. Life building
TO CO NTB ACTORS We have some ec-ond-hnnd
Inch and ?4 Inch steel rope. In
first clnss condition, which wo will sell at
reisnnable figures Vo have two pieces ot
the ' Inch lope ISO feet In length, ono pleco
ot tho , Inch rope 200 feet In length nnd a
few pieces from SO to 40 feet long "lhls ropo
will bo found tn be vers suitable and d -sliublo
foi contractors for use on their
derricks, etc etc
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.
WINDOW fjhades with fixtures, no
Itavo fringed fahndes nt lsc
Opaque Sli ides, 32c 3e, -ISc.
Chenille Portieres, $2 'S.
Table Covets 73c
Table Oil Cloth, best quality l'c
EMB1CH, r02 Mnln
CHEAPER COAL Best grades of soft
coal, Including rnrmors'. J2 73 per ton
Cheaper grades, J2 2
.MRS. N. MILLER, JR .
14 West Mo nve
roil SVI.E MISCELLANEOUS.
Ettra quality Fast Black Sateen, 10c.
3! Inch All Silk Windsors, 10c
English Merino Underwear, medium
weight. fOc HMRICH'S. 612 Mnln
FOR SALE Part or all of a steam well
drilling outfit. S02 Mass building
President Vice President.
E L HARRIS,
MIDLAND TRANSFER CO Freight
nnd baggage transferred to and from all
depots Furnltiiro moved and packed by
experts. 407 and 40J W's'nndotte st , Kan
sas Cits'. Mo. Telephone 1517.
HAVE NEW nnd sifo building for furni
ture storage. Advances made, packing and
shipping done. JOHN A HV.MES,
SOs Walnut st. Tel. i'aii .Manager
nurt SPECIAL 10. 15 and 2"io Hosiery for
ladles, gents nnd children can't bo matched
elsewhere at tho same prices Ladles' $1 21
Oxfotd Tins, fc7c; Ladles' and dents' J2 00
Shoes, $163. EMRICH. wU .Mnln.
IP YOU WANT tood old-fnshlon hutter.
milk or cream, go to McCllntock's restau
rant, 520 Walnut street.
SAFES opened and repaired, bought and
sold. Combination loeka cleaned and
changed B. HARRIOAN. Evpert.
Telephone 12SI 103 East Tenth st.
ci. u liven am.
MBS. L JAMES, tho well known clnlr
V oj ant and trance medium, tuns bo con
sulted nt 1200 tli and ave ; p triors 30 and 4)
'rniiK-PCIVS SALE lis- reason of default
In thu pajmtnt of a principal piomissory
note and the last maturing Interest note,
described In a deed of trust, executed by
William II. Trieneni, unmarried, to the un.
derslgned trustee, dated January 6th,
U&0. filed for record Januars Slat. 1S30. In
the ottlce of the recorder of deeds for Jack
son counts-, Missouri. In book B 333. at page
l I the undersigned trustee, will, pur
suant to tho terms of said deed of trust
nnd at tha request of tha legal holder of
"aid notes, tell at publlo vendue, to the
highest bidder, for cash, a 1 of lot number
four H). In block number two ) n T. A.
Smart's addition to tho Cltv of Kansas
now called Kansas Cltv, Jackson county
Missouri, at tha west door of tho United
States ciistnm house at the southeast cor
Her of Ninth and Wain it 1 'treets. n Kan
sas Cits. Jackson counts. Missouri, on the
18th day of March. W, between the hours
of n tne o'clock In the forenoon and Ave
"clock In the afternoon ..for the purpose of
wtUfslng 'hf'aM lnchtcdne,, an4 ,hJ
nnst of executing tnia trust,
WHIPPLE LOAN AND TRUST COM.
PANY. Trustee, by A. A. WHIPPLE, It.
NOTICE W .bTOCKHOLDEnf, -. Notice
directors and the transaction of such other
"NOTICE-The annual meeting of the
shareholders of tho Metropolitan Invest
ment Company wll be held at the Midland
hotel In Kansas Cits-, Mo . at 9 a. m. lies.
day, March 12. 1S93, to select a board of
directors for tha ensuing year, and to
transact any other business that may coma
before said meeting. v, A. BUNKER.
A. MILTON, Sec'y. J'tes't,
oVu.r8ocTho.deKs7pt t-hr'Kasa'rci yl
fort Scott McmphU Railroad Compins
will bo bed at Its oiilco In Kunsas 'cjiv,
Mo on Wedneslas, Iho Uth elaj of .March'
.,;.-' ... o n'rnek a 111. for tha ..l,.,i,, ..1
LEO Vt, NOI ICES,
NOTlCI. OP lUFSIEB'S HALE-When"
(is, Samuel F, rj.ott nnd .Mary J. Scott,
his wife, by their deed of trust dated the
7th do of November. 1SI. which said
deed of trust wns on the J3th daj' of No
vember, ivio, iluij retarded In book B 4 A
nt pni.a.110, or the remrds of Jnrkon
rountv, Missouri, convejcl to the under
signed Dnvld ll.l.ttlsn trustee, the fol
lowing di scribed property In Jnckson
i-ounty nnd state of Mlosetnil, to-wlt! Com
mencing at n point in thn south .line of
the northwest quarter of section nineteen,
township rortv nine, range thlrts -three.
i.V S.f the nrth prliclp.ll meridian, ells
I?"' f K"t hiin.irid nnd fifty tt i?1
rtcm the sonllnvcut pomer of snld north
west quarter of snl I section nineteen,
"i".'",-c- ,,i0L,, "" hundred nd nfl-tve
and 1,-ioa fret, thence west ono hundred
J'1' ''.'""ty fPot. th-nre north six bundred
and fifty ntnl pi-ino feet, tlnnee past Hvo
V.m..,rr',, nml thirty live nnd 21 1W feet,
in i2w ".,n ,Pn hun.lrel mil ihtee and
20 100 feet to the outh line of the north
"!!'Sn.,L',rt','of "Id section nineteen, the nee
y,"' 'hrcp hundrel nn 1 fortv -live nnd
l,f.V,ii J". ""I1'1 "'(ilcet f'J'lit of way for
public road running over tne south en 1
P. ..?''! 'rnct " Hnd thirty feet wide, nnd
i'.'L'01,10 f'"1" of wnv for public mad
?r..,r'',',,t hnotvn ns llunton avenue tmrtv
ns fftttrtfl In ...... '11.. -.. ntnl nnsesS
mpnts levied against snld lind when the
snmn beenme ilne nml paynblc; wherefore
the whole of snld Indebtedness became
!,. nrui piyqnio ntia Is now impnui ."
Iinrefore. public notice Is b-rfby, Hfn
that I. the undersigned, David It '.tjlen
the trusteo named In snld deed of trust, nt
the request of the holder nnd ownrr of
raid notes, under nml bv virtu" of the
U?n.Zr !" f" riven will on Piturdnv. ths
ninth day of Mnreh, I'l". proccl to sell
thn pronortv hereinbefore described and
any nnd evrrv part thereof, nt public
vendue to the hlrliest bidder, nt the south
front door of the new pntintv court houfp.
n Kansas city, Missouri, being the bitlll
ing In Kansas cits', .licksnn rountv Mis
souri. In which the circuit court of sill
Taclcnn counts Is now held fir cash, be
tween tho hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon nnd five o'clock In the nfternoon
of snl I ,liy. to pnv the cost of executing
th trust tui the amount due on snld un
DWtn II ETTIEN, Trusteo.
Ewarl C Wrlsht Altornev
TRUSTED S nALE-Whcreas Adelnldo
M. Carle nml Oliver C Cirle. her hii'hand
t'S- th"lr certain deed of trust date 1. the
thirteenth dnj of June, A D ir" nnd re
r&,ei1 ?n ,hp Plchtb dav of lulv A 1
I5", in book B ill nt page f00 In the of
fice e,f th recorder of loeds for Jnckon
county Missouri at Knnas City conveved
to David H Eltlm irtistpp the following
described rcnl ctate. situated In the county
of Jnckson nnd state of Ml"Oiir! to wlf
rhc southwrxt nunner of the northwct
quarter of 11 o northeast quarter nnd nil
that porllon ot th south lnlt of the north
east quarter lvlnir west of the Blr Blue
river, except a strip eight rols In width off
the oi.h end ther"of nil being In section
twelve (12V township fortv nine (411 north
range thirty-three 0.11 west of the fifth
principal meridian containing In nil flftv
four CI) acres more or les nccorllng to
f-ov eminent survey to se. lire three prin
cipal teat eefatp bonds, nnd coupons there
to attached ln snld deed of trot described
and whereas the al 1 real estate bonds In
"ill deed of trust described are now due
and unnalfl nnd w hereon the nll A'le
lalle M Carle aid Oliver C Carle her
hii'banl hnve fnlled to pay Hie taxes 'nr
11 levied nnd nssessed nrnlnst sail prop
erty, bv reason whereof 'be bolder of
"all bonds ins been compelled to inv the
nm under the terms of sr!d deed of
"trust: i ow therefore, nt the request of the
legal holder of sitd real esfit,. bonds nnl
said deed of frus-t nnd In neeordnnie with
the powers vested In me bv sibl deed of
trust T the un lerstgned trustee w til p-n-ceed
to sell th.? nbove desrr bd real ostnt(
nt nubile sale to the hlchfst bliv- for
cash at the frmt door of t e building In
"Knnsas City Missouri In which the circuit
court f snld Tnckson county Is now hell
helng the south front donr of the court
house In a!d city situate 1 on the block
bound on the south b" Mlssnii-I avenue
on the enst bv Tocust street on the north
by Fifth street nnd on the wst bv Oak
street nn Monday, the 11th das of
March A V 1"", between the hours nf
nine o'clock In the forenoon nnl five n'clnek
In the afternoon nf said dav anil will npplv
the pmceeds of sold site to the pavment of
the eots nnd epenps of c 1'd sale nnd to
the pavment of the Indelite lnes secured
lv sal 1 ,1' r 1 nf trust
Hat d Kansa-. Cltv Missouri Fobnnrs'
D WTD II ETTtFN Trustee
Terlue Borland to-nev
WTTDBTJ v. Ttn'pr' Tin Fmnt and Tnhn
Van Brunt her husband bv their deed n
"trust dntel the 17th das nf Vprll 1"ia nnl
recorled la the ollb e of the reeorle, nf
deeds of JncU'-nri counts lIKsourl nt Kan
pas Cits In bnolj B No 42.1 nt pace 2 dll
conves to the undersigned trustee the fnl
lowine: deserlbed real pstnte sffited In
Jnckson countv ITlssourl to wit The west
Tllnetv-f hree fill feet of lot numhpi two (21
In block number seven (71 In Vferrlam
rilnce in n Idltlon to Knnis City iftssourl
being n pnicel of Inn 1 froatinr flftv (nl
feet on the east side nf pnn s'roet In still
cits, between ISth nnl llfli h(s nnl run
n'ng back enst that width fir 11 feet In
trust, to secure thn pajment of lhe npnm!
snrv note nnd Interest thereon of the sail
Hop and Tohn Vnn Brunt In sill deed nf
trust described nnl whereas default hns
hen made In the pavment of one Install
ment of Interest on sa'l note an 1 the same
remains due and unpaid now tberefire
notice Is herebv erlv en that nt the nouost
of the lepnl holler of sid note and bv
virtue nf power In me yestel hy sail dee I
of trust I the undersigned trustee will on
Saturday the 211 day of Mir'h 10" nnd
between the hours of 0 n m nnd R 11 m of
that dnv proceed to sell the renl estate
nbnve descrlhod nt public v endlln to tho
h'ghest bbller for cash at the wst door
of the United Otntes tmstofllee building,
southeast corner nf iiti nnd U ilnti streets,
In Knnsas Cltv Tnckson county Missouri,
tn s.atlsfv anl pay off sail note nnl Inter
est nnl th costs nf , eeutlnir thin trust
HEVR1 STriH'N'RVUCII Trustee
Hcntnmon Crosby K. Stubenrauch, Att'ss.
I'llUSIEB'S SALE-By reason of d. f uilt
III the pis nunt of a ceiiiiin 1 loinl'sui)
note and In the intiust tiler un desi rlbed
In the deed of trust dated tin .'Hh d iy of
Januars. ISSO given bs J E Mulves. and
Marl 1 l' MuIvh), his wife llled for record
in tho ofllce of the reconier of deeds for
Jackson lounts, it Kunsas CI15, Missouri,
on the 20th d 15 of Jnnuars, liSJ, nnd thero
recorded In book B 243, at pigo 33o, I will,
between tho hours of 3 o'clocn In the fore
noon and 3 o ilmlt in the afternoon, on
Mondas. the Sth day of April, 133. at tho
south door ot tho point houso In the Cits'
of Kansis, In tho county of Jueknn, stilo
of Missouri nt tho request nt the legal
holder of silil note, sell at public nuptlun,
to the highest bidder, for -ash, nil of lots
ten (10) nnd llftieti (HI, In blo k one (), nil
of lots nine (il) and sixteen (10) In block
two (2), all of lots three O). thirteen (131
and twents-tivo ( '). Ill hloi k threo (D all
of lots one (1) nnd els,ht ui (IS) In bio It
four (1) nnd nil nf lots time (3) and eight
een (IS) in bloik (he Ci) in LiBweiijn
annex, nn addition to the Cltv of Kunsas,
county of J uki.011 nnd statu of Missouri, as
shown by thn recorded plat thereof, and op.
Ills tne pructv-ns , p m nini m ijih pas
ment of the Indebted ss secured by t,ili
deed of trust, nnl the costs of executing
this trust MOlH ON WOLLM V fc
held at tho omco ur uiu mini ,1 y, No 7jj
Delaware, stleet, Kiiisau , Cliy, Jackson
counts, Missouri, at 11I110 o'clock a m. em
Friday, Match sth, US), fur tho purposo of
electing elliectors of tho compius, uuiend.
tug tho liy-Hvvi and tho tiauiMietloii eif
bueh other business as may ptuperly coino
a Vi 11 LlOflUhfllMI rj
befora tha (stockholders
A JI CHWDI.ER,
W, II. BAKER, W
E. C, Pl.VTT '
T ' ev ' GTISipv'a
L. D PXRKER,'
J A CORBY
A B CHANDLER Presl lent. ' rtcl0"'
3 o STEVENS Secretary.
JKanas City, Mo. Feb. t. HU
NOTICE U hereby given that tie un.
dtrslgneel, as trustee, will 8ellat publlo
vendue to the highest bidder, for cash, on
Tuesday tha 2cth duy of March, 1U3, ut
the court houso dooi. in the eltj of Indc.
inndence, Jackson county, Missouri, (he
tollonln real estate situated In said conn.
IS, ill, lots nine ten. eleven, twelve,
thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen and sev
enteen, all In block eleven In the town of
Buckner, bs virtue of the power j, ven him
bs a certain deed of trust, dated J inuiry
13th, IS9I, anl lecorded on Januars 2uth,
1531 In the recorder's, otllco of said county
at Independence. In book 190 nt page 4 7,
whereby Chris Stephan and Helena Stndi
an. his wife, convesed slid real estate la
tho undersigned as trustee to secure the
pas ment of the promlssors note ln said
Heed described: default havlntr been made
In the payment of said note and the legal
holder of same having requested the un
dersigned to sell slid real estate to satis. 1
fy said debt and the costs of executing tha
JxiuL W, II. HOUiE, Trustee. J
i.-vi wine over the wpst side 01 .sain "
SiJe""1 ln ,n"t to secure thP three nrln
Tir.l! liPnl "Into bonds In snld deed of
H-,,..',lC,'cr.l,,ed: nnd, whereas, the bond
jCT, )0,i' due ion or before November I.
1 ' 1"d the bond for !"! due on or be
fore November 1, ISOl, nre due ami un
paid! nnd niiA-Aa ,..,1,1 ritmit Scott
M-U.lt, NOI RES.
VV HCiti'vu Willi,,,,, iv. I'rrkins ni d
ltello M. Perkins, his wife, gr inters, bj
their deed of trust tilled the sevenleinih
day of April, eighteen hundre 1 and nltuts.
recorded in tho oille of the teioM r cf
deeds of Jnckon I'Ounls. Mlsrourl. nt Kin
sns Cits, on Iho same date. In book B 41.
PtBfn " to 15-.. both inclusive, cerii1
to JcfTerson Briimback. the following il -crlhed
land In Knnsas Cits J nt Kpon counj
IS, Missouri, lo-vvltl A part .of th ' ,J
MeW'M'1. ,0 '"Ifl ' Hhoiiso by JIWW;"
McDniilrl and wife by deed dnl" I
July 1, JiM recorded in boole Y. P1S0 I ni tn
the recorilcr'B otllre of JacKon counts.
Missouri, .'ui, bounded, viz 1 , J'7rLn? 5
on the rnst Ilne of Main street. I", he ,l "?
of Knnsas, ( n point which Is tlio w.-t
end of tho middle line of the
f0"1'' -tono founditlon ,W1 I of "J
lertnln hree sturv lit ck "tre
building, erected by An ill Connellv; mil In
,V:.,'r,lon tlliV'onvp-t thf Prep,
"ly by eleed dated February 2s, le7', '2
Harmon Brown, he lice east-rly nlong
iliiVilfe."?0 of such foiinlatlun wall nnd
'P'ril""0" ot such middle line ";
",".' ''" of the nlley In block elht (. In
McDinlel's addition to snl I CUV oj. Kan.
sns: thenco north along such nlles to 1
point which sha be In n prolotipitlon of
the, ml Id e lino nt tho north foundation
vvnll of snld threo story bilck building, so
erected by Al.l 5Sn 0.?nntUj .Ihence west
wnrdlv from such point to the, east end
nL'U'1 ,,,nl,wl' '" of slid north, fon;,j!
.'.Mtie'1!," n"'1 thenco vveMcrlS ntonB th
middle line of s1 1 north foundation wall
to lhe enst line ot raid Main street: nnl
thenco southerly to the place of beglrnlng.
being a lot of nnd supposed to have n front
of twetitv-lhrep nnd elght-tw fifths (23 S 12)
feet on Main street, nnd commonly known
and deslgnntcd ns lot number sev
en (,), in block elrlit C'. "1
McDnnleln nddltloii to th-V City of
Kansas, except so inuch of i!d lot sever.
(7) ns lie, south of the mid lie line of said
'P"'h Joupdntlon wnll nnd the P''n'0"?n,,1'?n.
hpreof. he lnnd conves eil bs said f'tJ "'
trust being tntne convised bv ?3ll'-nA.n.5
deeds, recorded In snld recorder's ofllce.
to wlf Deed to Anna Connellv book fi
page 431; deed dated Ml ruSt 31 1S7I to .aid
Anna Councils, book fS. pnge 211 deed
date,! I ebrunry 2. 1S7I to llnrmon Brown
l'ee0,k.n 7 ,mKe nnd ponvejnnco Is sub
ject to parts wall contract mpntlonpd In
such deeds, nnd Also tint of .Innnnry
52. book B SO.pag1 20?. nnd being the same
land conveved t0 William W Perkins by
Zli'!,,,.l ', r,"iovcr nnd C.eorge H fonover
? t.'.- Ir "'cs hy eleed dated thj !M!i day
of June. l;r, recorded In book B nuinbe--KTP
"'I rlRliti under nnv nnd nil
party wall contnets nftcctlng said land nnd
nil rights concerning partv walls stlpu
Lit.iJ" anv deed convevlng 'aid land
i.Lii . "m,er "ns and ail leases of nald
land being by said deed nf trust ns-lpned
to said Brumback, and nil raid land nnd
tights being by said deed ot tmit convesed
iierc".r-' nnWPnt of ccrtnln promlssoiy
notes in sail deed ot trust described,
rj!,.'." h,creas default was made In the pas
nent when due of the Interest not- matur
ing forts -eight months and lifts -four
'""H1'' after elite, In snld deed of trust de
scribed, and there now n mains duo nnd
inn, 1,1 the whole of tnld nfts-four mortthn
Interest note, and thero Ins no. n pall on
aid forts -Ight months' Interest note onls;
the following tmounts Two dollais nnd
fo rin',5 sl """t" at matnrtts: J20f) lunp
. nm' 'W Julv 1, IS II the balance
of that note being due and unpaid, now,
tl'Prpfore. nt the- request ot the owner
and holder of said due nnd unpaid notes,
nnd of the other notes seemed by sntd
deed, ninturlnr thereafter (the notes ma
turing before said defaulted notes hnvlng
beep paid) notice Is hereby given that
'aid Brumback will ns such trustee, tin
. ,.p Poncr In snld deed ot trust, proceed
to sell the property nnd rights hereinbefore
described, nnd by said deed convesed nnd
nny and nv.ry part thereof, nt public
v endup, to the highest bidder nt the court
house door In tho City of Kansas (now
cnllcd K uis-m Cits), In tho county of Jnck
son aforesaid for cash, on Trldnv, the
fifteenth day of March, eighteen hundred
nnd nlnets-iKe between the hour of nine
ncloik In tho forenoon and five o'clock In
the nfternoon to T1 the balance due nn
said defaulted notes nnd the costs nnd
expenses of cxecutlnr said trust. Inebi 1
Ing compensation tn the trustee for his
services nnd out rf the talnnc of pro
ceeds, to pas, ns provided In ald deed nf
trust the principal note described therein
with Inter. t not Included In Interest nnb s
maturing before that the court house dno
nt which such snle will up made bclnr
the south front door of the court house
bulldlpg ln Kinsns Cltv IncUeon countv
Missouri, on the block of rroun 1 bounded
by Fifth street. Oak stiret Missouri nve
nue nnd Locust street In whl, h I nil ling
the circuit court of Tnckson county Mis.
Fonrl at Kansns Cltv will be held or
might lawfulh be hell If ln et'nn it th
time nf sile nnd nt which door the sin riff
usunllj- sells land on execution fiom said
JFrFFBTlV rtpT'lH rl,- T-Msee
IIEBEAS. Frank M S!u!z Till Ileal, r
J Slut? his wife, cranfors, bj their deed
of trust dated the tenth dav of l".bruars
dgliti en hundred nnd nlnets-one, recorded
on the tenth d iv ot Fibruars. eighteen
hundred and nlnets -one In tho olllce of
the recorder of deeds of Jnckson countv,
Missouri, nt Knnas Cits In book B No
4i , pages M tn 70 both Inclusive, conves d
to Teffcrson Briimblck the following ,le-
tcrineit innti 111 Kansas i-itv lackson cnun
tj Missouri, to-wlt II of lot numb-red
live hundred and eighteen (SIS) In block
numbered thlrtv -eight CS), In Mi dec's n 1
dltlou to the Cltj of Knnns (now Kansas
Cltv) ns tho same Is marked anl desig
nated on the plat of said nddltlnn on tile
and of record ln the ofllce of the recor I r
of deeds ot raid lackson counts, tn trust to
secure the pas ment of certain prnmlssots
notes of even date therein described nnl
wierens default wns innde In the pnv ment
when due of the Interest notes maturing
fnns-two months nnd foitv-elght months
nfler elite described In said deed nnd lhe
same nre wholls unpaid, nnd defaulr w is
made In the faithful perfoinnnce nf the
agreements contnlned In said dee 1 In this
thnt the Improvements upon the lnnd wer,
not 1 ept constantly Insured ngalnst loss bs
flro for the sum provided In snld dee 1 n ir
In anj other sum and upon December tw, n
tleth, eighteen hundre 1 nnd nlneij four,
there being no Insurance upon the prop
erts, the third pnrtv In sail deed of trust
llun owner nnd holder of nil unpaid note
secured bs sail deed, proiuied proper in
nirnnco upon sail Improvements In the
mm of sei cms -live hundred dollars (17 MM
for one sear, nnd paid therefor rlnitj
three dollirs nnd sevcnis-flv" cents (ini
no part of which sum has been ripall
now therefore, nt the request of tin hull
er nnd owner of snld defaulted notes ind
of the other notes maturing there ifter, be.
ing same party paving for sail Insurance,
the other notes maturing befnro sail de
faulted notes having bee a pild, notice Is
herebs given thnt said Brumbnk
will, ns such trustee, under tho
puwer In sail deed, prnned to
sell the property herelnhefore nnd
In snld deed desorll eel, and nnv nnd every
part thereof, at publlo vendue to the hh'h.
est bidder, at the court house door In the
City of Knnsas (now called Kansas Cltv) In
the counts of Jackson nforpsnld, for cash nn
Tuesdas-. the twents -sixth day of March
eighteen hundre end nlnetv-flve, botween
the hours of nlno oMoi!. In tho forenron
and live o'clock In tho afternoon, to pay
sail defaulted notes nnl the costs and ex
penses of executing said trust Including
compensntlon to thn trustee nnd to n pay
tlm proper proportion of mid sum pnld for
Insurance required to carry said Insurinco
until ilny of tale with Interest ns provlled
In pnll deed, nnd out of tha bnlanco of
I rncei ds to pay the t rliu Ipal nf the prin
cipal note described In snld dee 1 of trust,
with Interest ns In sin h deed provided,
the court houso door at which sutli sale
will be 1111 III tiplnir the south frnni iinn.
nf the court hou bulll'ng In Kansas
City Jnckson counts Missouri, on tho
block of ground bnunled by Fifth street.
Oak street, Missouri avenue nnd Loeim
street In which building the circuit court
of Jackson countv, Missouri, nt Kansis
Cits, will lie hell or might lawfully he
held If In session nt th time nf sale, and
nt which dnor the sheriff usually Sells land
on execution from slid court
jrrPERSOY BBUMB VCK. Trustee
TRITSTEE'S ST.r-Bv reason of default
n tho payment of Interertt on a certain pr n
clpil promli-sors note described In a deed if
trust execute! by Eugene J Dietrich nnd
Eilzibeth C P'etrKh his wife to tho un
dersigned trustee dnted December 6th lcs
flld for recor! December Slbj, isfis n th
office of the recorder of deeds for Jackson
counts, Missouri. In book B 333, nt pigj
SS), I, the undersigned trustee, will pur
sunnt to the terms of snld del qf trust
nn 1 at the request of tho legal holder nf
said note, sell at public venluo, to tha
highest bllder, for cash, all of lot number
ten (10), in Ludlow place, nn addition to
the City of Kansas (now Kansas City).
Jackson counts Missouri, at tho west door
of tha Unite 1 States ciutom house, at tho
southeast corner of Ninth nnd Walnut
streets, In Kunsas Cits", Jnckson countv,
Missouri, on the 221 day of March, J533.
between the hours of nlno o'clock ,n ih
forenoon and flva o'clock In tha afternoon,
for tho purpose ot tntUfjIng the tald In.
Aebtedness und tha cost of executing this
trust. MILTON -MOOBU. Trustee.
NOTICE OI" Me-Li'INU OI' DUILC'I.
ors Notice Is hereby biven that the Ultect
urs ct Ilia Kansas Cits v. At Untie Railroad
Company will hold u meeting, as required
bs the statutes of tha tala uf Missouri, at
the olllces of said company, rooms Nos. 31j
und 31S Telephone building northwest cor.
per of Sixth and Wjandotte streets. In
Kansas City. Missouri, an tuesdnv .the isrh
day ot March. liL at 9 o'clock a m. of
said day, for the transaction of such bust,
uess us may properly come before them.
THEODORE O BATES. President
sTRAISCia A110RV, Secretary,
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
(IV1MIA. ST. IBUIS
III NX I It, sr. PAUL
Chnlr Cars Froo.
Ticket oce, K3Mln
fit. snd 1011 Union Ave.
OUR, A. O. P. A., Kansas
In 'mi 11 ms-AII trnlns dilly unless
111 rki 1 ' x ' ex cpl Sunday! "s," Sunday
pis, ':, ' cxppt Saturdas i . except
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CHICACO, ROriC ISLAND f.- PACIFIC.
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Chli ago limited .... c ii pm 10 00 am
Trains West of Missouri Blvcr.
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St I, .? Chicago v . . 1 43 pm
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Florida Tast Mall . . .10 11 am
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.Innlln .? Cow llrlinns 10 Oil nnl
fi 10 pm
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lexas express a 05 pm 7 23 am
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Denver ,. Cal e .... 7 10 pm S 50 nm
A1CHI&OW TOPEKA ,v SANTA FE R'Y.
i.ast or Missouri niver.
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Clinton ,c Os eola ex . r, on pm 10 20 am
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dnvs Arrlvo Mondas a, Wednesdajs and
t,r in 1 v i lino lit put, Semi St.
CITICVGO MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL.
( hi igo pass 0 M nm 8 15 pm
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KNSS CITY .v INDEPENDENCE AIR
Depots Second nnd Wjandotte and Sec
ond ind W'nlnut
K Ns? CITY ,t TVDFPENDEVCE nAP
TD Tit Wl I B VILWAY COMPANY
DepoM-Fifticnth street station, Twelfth
stre t station Ninth street station.
Of 1322. I All Denots.
Tiivi Depot Carriage ami Baggage
s.iicnth und llroidwiis
Tor n CirridRC or I5ajjap;e N'ason.
I'BOMPI IM) Itl.r.IAIII.I".
no ri i: ( III!,I SIOUMGIITMORU
TRUSTEFS SALE-Whereas, Nicholas
T Laton and. Mamie Eaton, his wife, by
their ce-itnln dee 1 If trust, dated February
21SVI at d recoideit In the olllce of the re
cor ler of leedfc for Jackson counts, statu
of Missouri nt Knnsis cits, on February
2ith 1S10. In book B 331. nt page 171 con
vesen to the iinderslgne J David H. Ettlen,
the following described real estate, situ
ato la the county of Jnckson, ttate of Mis
souri tu-wlf Lot numbered one hundred
nnl sevenuen (117) and lot numbered onu
hundred and eighteen i (111). n Ross &
Scarrltt s addition to the City of Kansas)
(now Kansas Clt), which said deed of
trust was mado to secur the pas ment of
the bnn Is ot notes In snld deed of trust
dese libel together with tho Interest there
on: an 1 wherens default has been male ln
the pis ment of some of tho said bonds nr
notes nnd the Interest thereon, to that nil
the In libterlness secured by the said deed
of tru t (exc.ptlng that part thereof which
hns b en pild) Is long past due nnd un
paid now-, therefore, at the reriuest of thn
owners and holders of snld due and unnil I
bonds or notes nnd Interest notice Is here,
hi given thnt I the undersigned, the salt
David II Fttlen n pursuance of tlia
pnwirs vested n me by said deed of trust,
will, on Siturdu. the Oth day of March
1S15 bPtween the. houri of nine o'clock In
the forenoon nnd five o'clock In the nfter
noon proceed tn sell th property herelnhp.
fore and In slid deed of trust described at
publlo vendue tn tho highest bidder for
cash at the south front door nf the court
house located between Missouri, nvenue
Oak Locust nnd Fifth streets. In Knnsas
Cltj- n the county nf Jackson, state of
Mlssoutl belne thn front door of the build.
Ing In th City of Kansas (now Kansai
City Missouri) In which the 'circuit court
of sail 1ickon county Is held, to pay said
unpall bonds or notes nnl Interest, nml
the posts nnd evnense nf executing this
trust D Win H ETTIEN Tniltee
Dated Kansas City, Mo . Teb. 13. 1S33.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-By reason of default
tn thd pis ment of the principal and Inter
est of n bond, described In a deed of trust
mndj bv Fiank E. Oanone. single, date"
February 20th. 1S.M. (lied ror record reb.
ruary 25th 1S19, and recorded" In book 510.
nt page 2W. In the ofllce of tho recorder
of deeds for Jackson county. Missouri, at
Kansas City. I will, pursuant to said deed
of trust, at the request of the legal holder
of sll bond, between the hours of 9
o'clock a m and 6 n clock p. m . on Sit.
tirdas. March Sth. 1511. at the west front
door of the United States custom hou$
and postolllco building In Kansas Cltj.
J ickson county, Mp . sell lots twenty-nlna
(291, thirty (M). thlrty-one (31). thlrty-tivo
(32l! thlrts-three (S3), thirty-four (3l)ihlr.
is five (35) and th rts-slx (3o). In block
seven (7). ot ma sunaivision called "Marl.
borough, in jacKson county. Missouri, at
publlo vendue to the nlgnest bidder, for
cash, to satisfy said bond.wlth Interest and
cost of exectitlnrr this trust.
GARDINER LATHROP. Truste.
NOTICE Tho annual meeting of to
stockholders of Rtdenour-Baker Grocery
Co will be held at their ofllce ln Kansai
City, Mo on tho first Monday la March.
WS 10 select a board of directors for tb
ensuing sear and tu transact any other bu.
lncs that may come betois said misting.
II W. BAKER. Pr.i'L
J S. P. BRACKETT, Sea'y, '
iM II. t