TTIK KANSAS CITY .lOtTllNAL, THURSDAY, At'lUL , 1S.I&
R5?w . isjT'
ROCKING TO THEIR Z10N.
LATTER I)At SAINTS Wlt.t. MKr.T AT
iM)i:t'i:siti:son mis wi:i:k.
Member of tlin tjiiorum nf Twrlte Al
ready on the (Iritnitd nnd Hip Head
nf tlio thurcli Is Ptpictcil
Latter Day Salnls from nil points of
thd compass nre Journeying towards In
dependence, tliclr Jilott, For tho past
thren days, trains from nil illrcctlons
have been ltnloattlnR llvlrti! frclnht nt
tho county sent, and each liny increases
tho number of those who will assemble
nnil pnrtlelpnte In tho International con
ference which convenes In this city Sat
urday next. Last night a special cnr
brought In n larso number of liluli
church rtltrnltnrles front Lamonl, la.,
nnd nmoiiR them were members of the
quorum of twelve, which Is considered
the highest olllclal body In the church.
The purpose of the Catherine of the
Latter Day Saints Is twofold the com
memdrnllon of the Church orRillilimtlon.
nnd tho holding of the nnnunl confer
ence. A Krent KnthcrltiK Is expected,
nnd members of Hip church nt Inde
pendence have prepared themselves ac
Tho last annual conference was held
nt Lamonl, In., tho home city of Presi
dent Joseph Smith. The International
conference In this city will overshadow
the I.nmonl conference In point of num
bers nnd enthusiasm.
Tho Latter Day Saints Journey to In
dependence In preference to nny other
city, for tho reason that within tho
limits of the city It has been told them
in prophecy Is a spot of sacred earth,
known to all the world as tho "Temple
lot." Hero some time In the future will
bo erected u temple of wonderful beauty
nnd design. The headquarters of tho
church will also bo located at Independ
ence, and considerable business will be
transacted therq In a reliKlous way.
Last nlRht the majority of tho mem
bers of tho quorum of twelve had ar
rived In the city. Tho quorum of
twelve Is the highest authority in the
church, next to the presidency, nnd Its
arrival at Independence Is a matter of
interest to members of the church. Only
ten of tho members of the quorum nre
llvlnir. death having removed two of tho
members some years ago.
President Joseph Smith, the venerable
head of tho church, will not arrive until
Saturday, but it Is expected that he will
preside over all the deliberations of tho
conference and of those held by the
quorum. Tho latter comprises Alexan
der Smith, J. VT. Cllllam. J. It. Lambert,
Ileman C. Smith. W. II. Kelley. J. H.
Lake, Joseph Luff. O. T. Grllllth, K. C.
UrlRGS nnd James Caff nil. When nil of
tho members shall have arrived, tho
work of mapping out the work of tho
conference Will begin.
To-day tho international conference of
Sunday schools will be held, and will be
presided over by Professor Gunsolly, of
Lamonl, la. Tho time of tho convention
will bo taken up In routine business nnd
mntters of Importance pertaining to tho
Sundny school work.
Last night Zlon's neliglo-Lltcrary So
ciety gave n very creditable entertain
ment to a crowded house.
BONDS HELD TO BE VALID.
.Tiiilgn Jenkins Hand Down nn Opinion In
I'miir of n New York Loan nnd
Chicago. April 3. JuriRo Jenkins, of the
United States court, decided the case of
the Farmers Loan and Trust Company, of
New York, against the Chicago Ac Northern
Pacific Railroad Company, in regard to the
validity of the bonds of the latter com
pany, which Is of great interest to Last
em Investors. ,.,,
The court held that the bonds held by
the present holders were valid, and that the
properly of the railroad company should
bo applied on the bonds In any event.
In 18W, the Chicago .fc Northern Pacific
Railroad Company made a trust deed to
the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, to
secure the Issue of bonds to the extent
nf $.10,000,000. Tho railroad company then
leased tho property to the Wisconsin Cen
tral company, which immediately after
ward leased It to the Northern Pacific Itall.
road Company for ninety-nine years. On
default of payment of tne Interest, the
Fnrmer's Trust Company commenced the
present suit In the United States courts to
loreelnse tho mortgage. Tho defense set
tip was that the Farmers' Trust Company
had never qualified to do business In Illi
nois by depositing $200.0e with the state
Judge Jenkins decided that the Illinois
statute Old not apply to foreign corpora
tions simply taking mortgages, but only
to those doing active business in this
He also held that the Chicago & Northern
Pacific Railroad Company, having received
the proceeds of the bonds, was mopped
from making any sucn defense as It did.
The Northern Pneillc, having leased under
nnd subject to thf mortgage, was in no
better position. Tho court held that in
any event the court would proceed to sell
the property and apply the proceeds on
the bonds. Tho colli t then dismissed the
Intervening petition of Attorney General
Moloney, of Illinois, for want nt equity,
and ordered that the railroad companies
should answer to tho merits of he bill by
This decision affects probably more than
fnur-llflhs of all the bands Issued by Illi
nois railroads, and has been wntched for
with Interest by dealers and Investors of
money In such securities.
Interstate Commerce ('iiiiimlsslnii Will lie
In Kansas City .liny :
Washington, April 3. The Interstate
commerce commission has ordered the fol
lowing assignments of cases for hearing:
St. Louis, .Mo., April 18 Jerome 1 1 111 Cot
ton Company vs. ilie Missouri, Kansas &
Texas Hallrond Company: April 19, 1F95,
Missouri railroad commission vs. the Eu
reka Springs Hallway Company.
Denver, Col., April 22 The cases of the
Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, of Pu
eblo, mid C.eorge J. Kendel, of Denver, vs.
railtoads reaching Colorado points from the
Kearney, Neb,, April Hi'. Tho cases
brought by A, J. Clustln, of Kearney. Nib.,
against rullroads engaged In rrunsportati n
between Kearney and points easterly. wiit
erly and southerly of the phue.
Omaha, Neb.. April 19 Tho case? of the
Omaha Commerce Club vs. railways car
tying between Texas points and Omaha,
and between Chicago and other points and
Kansas City. Mo., May 3 The case of
Armstrong & Barber, of Hurllnglon, Kas,,
agalns' the Atchison nnd other roads en
gaged in carrying lumber from Texas and
Arkansas points to Hurllngton, Kus ami
Chltigo. May e The cases of Ceorgo L.
Castle, of Chicago, vs. the Haltlmore .i
Ohio Railroad Company, and the Fruit
Ornwers' soolntlon of Illinois vs. the Il
linois Central Hallway Company. These
casen will bo heard by Commissioners Mor
rison, Veasey, Clements and Veomans,
who, with Assistant Secretary Decker, will
leave for tho West April 16.
Vxpectcd f the Walnsli,
Chicago. April 3. It was expected to-day
that the Wabash road would Issuo a tariff
sheet based on tho 13 cent rule on grain
from Chicago o Nevs' .York, hut It was not
forthcoming, Just why It should be ex.
peeled from the Wabash was something
nobody could explain, but the story was
swirled and kept on icoliig, Nono of the
roads has Issued new sheets, with tho ex
ception of those already oul. The rata was
somewhat sllffer lo-day, and there was less
of the disposition to rut under 12 cents
than had been shown for several davs. A
meeting of general freight agents will soon
be called at the Central Tralllo Association
rooms for the purpose of considering what
means can ho taken to nllevlate the situa
tion and put a stop to the making of such
low rates. .
(Inctf to li New Position.
Atchison, Kas., April 3. (Special.) M. T,
Fitsspatrlok, for the past ilfteen years road
master of the Central branch, with head
quarters at Concordia, has resigned to ac
cept a similar position with the Kansas
City, Fort Scott & Memphis. II Is under
stood that ho will have charge of the road
between Kansas City and Memphis.
rUu Iron Mnuutulii Out.
St. Louis. April 3.-Chalrman Mldgley,
of the Western Freight Tralllo Associa
tion, who acts as secretary of the executlvo
board of the Western and Southwestern
lines, has received a notlco of withdrawal
of the SI. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern
railway from the Western Trunk line com
mittee. The notice becomes effective In six
ty days, and In the meantime the entire
situation may be changed. Tho line dl.
tectly affected by the Iron Mountain's with-
A REMARKABLE CORE,
A CASE OF PILES OF EIGHT
EEN YEARS' STANDING.
t.'iirrd by the Pyramid I'llr Cure.
There nre plenty of pile cure which Klve
relief nnd sometimes cute n mild case of
lilies, but there Is only one which ran be
depended tiiwin with certainly to cure ob
stinate loner standing cases, nnd that Is the
Pyramid Pile Cure.
Indorsement and testimonials are re
ceived dally from m-m and women whose
Integrity nnd reliability are above ques
tion, and In this connection n letter receiv
ed from tho Ilev. James, II. Wcfbrook, of
Ilowite, Mich., may he of intetest lo pile
sufferers who have sought In vnln for a
cure. He snys:
1 have Used the Pyramid Pile Cure nnd 1
know that it Is all that Is claimed for It. I
had been troubled with piles more or lea
for nbotit eighteen years, and I had tried
other remedies, but the piles grew worse,
until about ten months tifco, I Used the
Pyramid Pile Cure. It gave almost Instant
relief, and 1 have been free from piles ever
since, itev, James II. Wesbrook.
The remedy seems to net equally well In
overy form of piles, blind, bleeding, pro
truding or Itching, it stops nil pnln almost
Immediately, allays Irritation nnd removes
constipation, nnd nnyonc who has suffered
the nnnoynnce nnd pain of n rectal trouble
will appreciate the excellent results which
Invariably follow the first application of tho
Pyramid. , ,
The Pyramid Pile Cure Is prepared by
th.- Pyramid Drug Co., of Albion, Mleh.,
and for sale by druggists everywhere, 'two
sizes, too nnd 1. Sold by all druggists,
draw at Is the Kansas City, Fort Scott .fc
Memphis, wllh Its Memphis and Southeast
Chairman Mldglev will bo In St. Louis
to-dnv to attend the Import rate meeting
nnd do will probably confer with the nt.
Louis members of tho Western Trunk line
t'limiillnn Pnrllle Ciirnliic.
Montreal, April 3. At the nnnunl meet
ing of the Canadian Poclllc Hallway Com
puny to-day, the nnnunl report wns unani
mously adopted, nnd the old board unani
mously ir-elected. ' ,,
The report submitted Is unusually full
nnd contnlns detailed explanations of bal
ance sheet Items nnd everything relating
to the llnnnclnl position of the company.
The directors decided that the payment of
a dividend for the second halt year would
be unwise. Following is a summary of
the year's enmlngs:
(Iro-s enrnlnes, $1S,70S,1C7: working ex
penses, $12,327,S.13l net earnings, JO.123.20,
Add Interest earned deposit and loan.
$200,012. Add Interest due from Duluth
company on Its bonds held by Canadian
Pacific company against Its debenture
stocks Issued, $.SI,000. Less ndv.tnced by
Canadian Pneillc company. $I.V,1$7.
Deduct direct ilxed charges, Including in
terest land bonds nnd debenture stock is
sued ngaint bonds of the Duluth company,
$0,&S9,37S. Deduct contingent liability Inter
est paid for .Minneapolis company, JG3I,1')7.
Dcllelt In revenue. $.",2(1,731.
Surplus earnings' account, 1S03, was ?7,.ipl,
213. From this has been charged oft: De
ilclency as above, S.126,731; dividends, pref
erence stock for lS'JI. paid October, hUl,
S12S.IS0; payable April, 1M3, J12S.4S0: divi
dends ordinary stock, paid August, IV)l,
f!,02.',ono; Interest land bond advanced pre
vious 1S0I. ?2.112,720: total, $1,921,420, leaving
surplus earnings end ISiM. ?2,73i),7H3.
Trunk I, tun .Meeting.
New York, April 3. At a conference held
to-day between representatives of tho
Trunk Line Association and the freight
agents of the Now Kngland and Lake lines
nnd a few of the Northwestern lines, rates
weie agreed upon for the ensuing season
of lake navigation to St. Paul and Minne
apolis and to ports on Lnkes Superior nnd
File. Tho rates will go Into effect at the
opening of navigation, about the 13th of
Pittsburg, Kns.. April 3. (Special.) The
olllclal count of tho city election shows the
entire Republican ticket elected by majori
ties ranging from 476, for Dr. C. A. Fisher,
for mayor, to 3D for tho lowest candidate,
with the exception of Populist Joe Tlndall,
elected ns police Judgo by 13, and A. P.
Painter, In tho First ward, and Mrs. Lmm.i
Ogler, in tho Fourth ward, elected members
of tho school board.
Topekn, Kas., April 3. (Special.) Tho
complete returns Irnm the city election
show that Mayor Fellows was elected by
2.M.-1 majority, and tho remainder nf the
Republican ticket by majorities ranging
n llttlo lower. Tho total vote cast was
4,S7'i. which is moio than 2,000 less than the
registration. The combined opposition to
tho Republican ticket developed only about
Council Orove, Kas., April 3. (Special.)
Tho city election yesterday resulted In an
overwhelming Republican victory. Hon.
11. K. Rlchster was elected mayor by una
of tho largest votes ever cast for that of
fice. The efforts to draw tho woman vote
from tho Republican ticket resulted In a
Judge Jacobs wan re-elected police judge
and It. 11. Armstrong was re-elected city
treasurer, both having held those positions
for many years.
Munv Indies voted who never beforo ex
ercised tho right of suffrage.
Ill Reno, O. T., April 3. (Special.) Tho
municipal election In this place yesterday
was hotly contcstud. F. Halm, independent
candidate for mayor, was elected over 'I.
F. Jlensley nnd .1. A. Caldwell, who ran nn
a citizens' ticket. Ilensley says ho will
contest tho election. .,, .
Wlnlleld, Kns.. April 3. (Special.) The
election yesterday was ono of the most
hotly contested elections the city has eyer
known. The female vote greatly exceeded
former votes. J. II. Tomltn. candidate of
rhe liberal clement, had a plurality of C3I,
J. C. Rowland was elected treasurer of
tho board of education by llvu votes and
Ceorgo Sanderson police Judge by seven
votes. L. D. Inaman nnd J. D. Douglass
were elected Justices by small pluralities.
Citlthiie, O. T., April 3.-(Special.) The
complete returns of the city eleutlon held
hero yesterday show that the Republicans
elected everything bin one member of tho
school board and one member of tho city
council. ..... ,. .
Atchison. Kns.. April .-As a result of
yesterday's election II. P. WagRener Is
elected mayor by 773 majority over a, .
Seniles, Republican. The election of Wag
goner was not regarded ns a Democratic
victory. He was .supported hv many prom
inent Republicans, as an evidence of their
appreciation of Ills enterptlsu. 11. O. Scj o
mon. who wns the Democratic nnd Populist
candidate for congress last fall. Is elected
city attorney by a majority of fori y-ilvo
over Clifton II. Ilolbert. A. C. Trueblood,
Republican. Is elected city clerk by a ma
jority of C22 and C. A. Wright, Republican,
for city treasurer lias 22. majority. Ith
om exception, the Republicans i lect live
members of the city council, six members
of the school board, two Justices of the
peuco and two ronslnbles. Out of a total
of twenty olllcers tho Republicans have
Fort Scott. Kas., April 3. (Special.) The
municipal election here yesterday was a
complete victory for the Republicans who
elecird their entire ticket except one can
didate lor constable. The prohibition
question was the point at Issue and tho
Citizens' ticket owes lis defeat lo the
woman vole, which was cast for the Re
publicans and In the Interest of prohibition.
The ticket ejected Is: Mayor, P. C. Ites
ser; clerk, S. S. Davis; attorney, J. II.
Crider; treasurer, (Irunt Ilnrnaduy; Coun
cllmen, C. Hnhn, Perry, tillhum. Prank
Filsl. C. A. Lakln nnd William llecluell.
Hoard of education, O, K. War-, It.
llrown, II. A. Jacobs. O. A. Cheney and
.1. Heeds. Justices of tho peace. William
Maigrave, F. C. Coryell. Constables, J.
Jtrydtm and It. V. Waters.
(lolden I'lly, Mo., April 3 (Special.) The
city election held yesterday nearly ap
proached i farce. (Although theie v-ero re.
tiring aldermen In all tho wards, oleetloiw
were held In only two, tho Second and
Third. The polls opened' In tho Second
ward about 0 a. m. nrul In .the Third ward
about 5 p. m. There Is; talk (if contesting
the elections on Urn ground that tho polls
wora not opened at tho legal time.
iiti:.vr wi:sTi:itv sni.vji mi: works
AmTkINIS ot Indies' dress goods, silks,
satins and shawls.cleaneil and dyed: gents'
clothing cleaned, dyed nnd repaired; send
for pi ice list, 7th st., between Main and
Walnut. J. (1, D1MOUSII. proprietor-
The funeral of tleorgo 11. Spratt will take
place from the family residence, 1320 Ollyo
street, ut 3 p. m. to-duy (Thursday). Serv.
Ices will be held at Christian church, 15th
and Virginia avenue.
CAHOTHKnS-In city. April 3, at S pTpi.1
Sarah Carothers, uged 70.
Funeral will take place from residence,
110 tlrand avenue, at 3 p. i., Friday.
Friend!: ara Invited. J
t-'iin mm: iin.tti i:sTVriJ.
Il'.noa for n rir-1 ,-in lmine house,
Kxliio, near smith's rx iv warehouse! best
of swlleh r.i.-tl.i l. ; ren J1,
lu.i"', nrsi-i inos m ighhurhooitf corner,
store lixl.lo, rents Ssw
INtIDK AANT PROPRItTY.
21 feet nmr Iiiillen. . ,m ritnnd. JSnyniW.
SI feet near Dili nnd ilrnnd, vtry cheap,
21 feel Orand hear IJih. Mn.f").
Mm n, e. cor. 12th nn.l Mctlee: call for
Jtl.fWI Rsst side, brick, 10 rOtimt, hot
wstrt heat, HMiiei, est front, ' block
from fable, In perfe, t order, asphnlt pave
ment: adjoin three ir..(i houses.
H.IW, VVst side. ! rooms, frame, MX I
front, all improvements, nenr Lomb.rU'
lnyixJW, southeast corner 8Mb find Holme.
Just east of Mnoher ft fltlliwell, with n,
sprinkling of lire, a beautiful lot, it.OOo,
or either half, W.ooo,
AC ft MR.
Chwpcr now than liefer t he boom, on
the south nf llrttsh creek i beautiful, coun
try, fresh nlr, high and healthy, llh line
views. The Weslport ft Waldo electric Is
being built through these binds. Tract
ot from one to (en acres, $100, JI50, J IT."., $,')
and per ner.
On Troost avenue 1 have 11 acres In
timber at $I7S per acre; would mnke a de
llghtful suburban home. Till Is a way
down, hard times, big mnrtgnge. sacrificial
price. ttP.oItnii LAW,
N. V. Life bldg.
11AHOAINS IN I.OTS-on Summit St., be
tween 32d nnd 3.M, inn feet, hcntillftil
ground; street HO feet wide; the best bar
gain on the South side; m per foot.
Woodward live., near Wcstport enble; ns.
phnlt pavement, 80 feel, very choice; only
J2." per font.
Wyandotte si., pear 20th St.; enst front;
loo feet : only $W per foot.
The above bent miction prices. Call.
See me for banralnn In residences.
See me for btiignln In ncre tracts.
P. A. KItKnr.lCK. 3K, N. V. Life bldg.
FOR SALKS-room frame houe nnd 30
ft. lot, West side, ft minutes' walk from
Junction. Address W 0)2. Journal oilier.
TO CONTRACTORS We llnvn some see.
nnibhand ",(, Inch and Inch steel rope. In
llrst-clnss condition, which wn will sell ut
reasonable figures. We have two pieces of
the 5, Inch lope ISO feet Iti length, one piece
nf the ?; Inch ropn 200 feet In length and a
few pieces from CO to 10 feet long This ropo
will be found to 1m very sultnblo and do
slrnble for contrnctors for uso on their
detrl-ks, etc.. etc.
Till! JOPHNAL COMPANY.
MFCHANirS' IU'RHAU, 101.1 Walnut St.,
tel. 1S3I, Is now open to contractors, build
ers, materialmen, etc.; also a few nights
vacant for societies wanting a good lodge
President. Vicu President.
K. L. HARRIS,
.MIDLAND THANSI'KIl CO. Freight
and baggage transferred to nnd from all
depots. Furniture moved nnd packed by
experts. 407 nnd 40:1 Wyandotte St., Kan.
bus Cltv. Mo. Telephone 1517.
for sai.c misci:i.ijAm:oiis.
FOR SALK-ft.OOO ft. wire rope; six h. p.
boiler an1 engine; one lle h it. boiler nnd
engine. $73. O. O. Moore, Machinery Dealer.
FOR SALK Part or all of a steam well
drilling outfit. 202 Mass. building.
SAUNDIORS ft Whltc.lOH I J. lblb street,
phone 2030. Refitting and laying carpets n
rpeclalty; upholstering of all kinds; mat
tresses renovated. Refer to Doggett D. G.
Co. and Robt. Keith Fur. Co.
SAFKS opened and repaired, bought and
sold. Combination locki cleaned and
changed. 1). 1IARHIOAN. Kxprt,
Telephone 12SI. 101 Fast Tenth Bl.
lioif-KS and vi:iii:m:.
HORSES nnd cowb kept In the country;
calves raised; $13 per first year; nil stock
tent for. M. Salisbury, Independence, Mo.
IF YOU WANT good old-fashion butter,
milk or cream, go to McClintock's lestuu
rnnt. 020 Walnut street.
MRS. L. JAMES, the well known clair
voyant and trance medium, may be con
suited nt 1200 Grand nvc.: parlors 30 and 40.
i:oni:w SToitAci: co,
HAVK NLW and safe building for furnl
tiir storage. Advances made; packing and
shipping done. JOHN A. KAMKS,
fees Walnut st. Tel. 2&il. Manager.
I'HicAoo m'i:am kvi: works.
Now located at 20 W. 12th St., wllh more
room nnd bitter facilities; will be pleased
to clean, repair or di e for you.
WILSON ft IIANSFN.
FINANCIAL Lancaster. Mo., will sell
$7.MO city bonds April 15. For particular
address Frank P. Hays. Fiscal Agent.
TO RF.NT Ulegnnt olllces In tho Journal
bldg. at reasonablu rules. Apply to tho
HARCiAINS For lino cabinet photos go
lo Phares' gallery, JSih and Campbell; only
$1 per doz.
TUB Kansas City Meml Roofing ft Cor
rugating Co., 1CS liuilders' F.X. Tel. 130a.
IU3AI, UhTATU TltA.VSPUR.S.
NORMAN ft ROUFHTSuN.proprletorsot
abstracts nnd exainlucrs of land titles. No.
Id J.'att Hlxth sinet, furnish dally Ihu
trniibUTH of real tstalu filed In tho record
er's eilllce ul Kansas City, Mo.
Noilcii All tiuusfuis appearing In our
dully ii pons contain cuvciiuutH of general
wairaulv uulcus utlal'Wise slilld.
Hmeline Chaplin to T. D. Llv 'ng
ston; lot IS, block 3, South King
ston place $ 00
James Purceli, Sr., and Wito to John
Purcell; part northwest quarter
Kictlon 10. towii'hlp P, range 3.1.... 1
Mllzabeth lleekley Street and hus
band to O. Lnthrnp; pan lot II,
block it, .M.iri.iui plain IS
Miirtha F, Stevenson and husliund to
Ueiirgo W. Holm; northwest rpiur
tec .,( the norilu-ast ipiarier of eo
lluu 21, towusdilp 17, laugi! 3'l I
Anna 11 Polk and ltunhand to John
H. .Nead; lot l,u7,', block 71, Mo
lleu's addition 7,
John Andrews to II. C. Vinton ct
al; loi 203, Altaiiiout addition 1,150
V. II. Ileudurkun and wife to .Milton
Welsh; part lols 101, 102 and 103,
lielmant aildlllon 1,000
Charlus If. llnnimett and wlfo to C.
and J. F. Nlcholal; lols I and 2,
Dlclaun place 8,375
William (7. Logan and wife to P. .1.
1'otts; pait lots 0 and 11, llawmaii's
A. C. Titus nnd wlfo to It. It. nnd
W. O. Pealer; lot 2U, bluck 2, Uood
rich addition to
Clau-uce L. Iteiuhurt to Clinton Dur
lirow: lot 121, block 6, licriinril
nliii-B , COO
W. W. D.rvlss to John Seward; Jot
H, block 2. Flournoy's aduitlou .,., JOO
V. J. Dietrich ami f - to S. N, Alas
sey; lot 10, Ludlow place J.GW
A. Si. Winner and wife to .Mary It.
lllauchnid: lot 32, pmt lot 31, block
3, Lluwood terrucu 200
Estclla M. IluDey to Fanny L. Keat
ing; lot on West Klcycnth ttreet., 1,900
Thomas Junes and Wife to C. L.
Merrill; part lots I and 5, block 2,
McLevy ft Walley's ie-siirvey .,,, 1,200
Same to same; lot 33, block 3, Con
by's udilllluii , 1,200
Mutual Home Savings Association
lo A. llrlnk; lols 01, 0.", and 00.
block 3, icsurvey Whipple's second
addition ...,...., ,..,.... 3.G0Q
Charles loas and wife to Anulo M,
Kbert; lot 142, Phoenix park ........ 200
D. P. Alderson and wife to K. H.
Wakemun; lot 1. block 5, Ft n? bury
riark ,..,.... , 1
V ri Pealer and wlfo to R. It. IVal-
er; lot 20, block 2, Goodrich uddl-
ilon ,,....,.f. ,.... ,. .it..t COO I
WANT Hi -Traveling sal. 'men to call
vss the trade In lown, In li.inn and Illi
nois for t No. 1 selllne nrtl - ns a side
line; si Hi Itself on sight. ." per rent com
mission, samples free AMi ss the Ad
justable Uinde I tnriKT Mfe ro. Chamber
of iviimiiTie bldg., Knnsn iiiv. Kns.
WANT i. .oiflce help, bi in iniifactlireri
only pur in wishing to lejun -tenograpliy.
bonkfjeet Init; position perm in. nt. Address
W H, J. in tint office,
WANT.OD A tlrrt-oloss rartiet lAVnri 0n
Who t tioi nfmhl lo wotK .Vldrqw ..
stuehner Ktenm Cm pet CienniniT Works,
St. .Inst ph. Mo.
WANTED- Vminir man of uhn address
to sell .si aide article to fnmiliei; onil be
tween 7 and S p. in,, 400 h. stn st, J. Mf
WANT ID -A good, No. 1 hotel Wrter
(whtui. u run to train ami ori; for in-l-rewt
nf houe. Ailflrtra W vn. .Inunrtil
lAKTiaii-ChwUrT player-Csend nnln"
to K. 11. Ureeiic, room 3UI Temple, block,
Writers lo ,o cniiying hi
LAW Cpi.ijfiili:. Lima. O.
WANTI7D-2 young men; light wurki JII
week. :i West oih St., room :.
nnd fiirnlbd rooms. 10P4 Fast 12th. cor.
Wnlnut. T I. 117D. The best place In K. C.
Mo., to ilnd help or situations, main or
female; ;4 years' experlonre. Ref. Omaha
Nat. barn, Omaha; CHIrens' haul:. K. C.
WANTliD flenernl agent for Kansas
Cliy tn sell the new twenty-dollar type
writer; warranioil for five years; will do all
the work or any $100 mae.hlne; good pay;
exclusive agency given; smnll capital re.
iilrel;exierleiice not essentinl;cnu learn to
write In live minutes: agents also wnnted
In every county In .Missouri; correspond
enre solicited. Address) W. II. Lee, state
agent, Wnmnsburg, Ml'sntul.
WA NT I1D Agents $20 to $30 per flav
easily rimilu In nny locality. We furnish n
lino of si'inplcH free and allow 60 per cent
commission for selling. Particulars free,
or wn wilt mall a sample, of our goods In
sterling r.lhi'i' upon receipt of ten cents In
stamps. Stamlard Silverware Co., lloston.
WANTHD-A contractor to build an ele
viitpil railroad through this conl field. We
have most successful method ot moving
coal, log-, te., yet Invented. For full par
ticulars, address P. (i WKI.CII.
Vlco President Peni.e's Hallway,
WANTi:D-2,000 dyspeiitlc gentlemen ami
Indies to get cured by tho Hcllpse Celery
Chow-Chow. Progressive grocers keep It.
MONI'.V TO MIAN.
KANSAS CITY Improved property. C per
cent to t: per cent loans; money ndvanced
when se-urlty nnd title nppioved; farm
loans Northwest .Missouri and Northeast
Kansas; current rntes; annual Interest pay
able at borrower's local bank: money
ready; correspondent nnd Interviews In
vited with borrowers nnd lenders.
JAMF.S L. LOMHARD.
Over First National bank.
LAROi: LOANS on cei Tat business prop
erly; long time, ft per ent.
1.0.1H on residences, f. (icr cent.
On Western Missouri farms, i; per cent.
A. FHFDFHICK, 310 N. Y. Life bldg.
u t-Li o rr.ii rj a iiieney on iiu-oiiu;.',
residence nnd farm property; unusually fa
vorable terms. Apply to Homer Reed or
Theo.Nn.'-h. 1tVK llroadwny.op.Contes house.
MONUV TO LOAN direct, C. 7 nnd 8 per
celii. II. U. JOHNSON ft CO..
Telephone lf.17. N. Y. Llfo building.
i:icY(,'u:s t iih'vci.kr 1 1
WH 'want a young man In every town In
Missouri, Kansas nnd Nebraska to handle
our whosjs. tlet our eataloKiie nnd prlct:3
to agents. KANSAS CITY HICYCLK CO.,
1027 nnd 1020 Hroadway. Kansas Clty.Mo.
WANTED A man with $.'.00 to SI.Wi cash
to inves: In a well established business;
salary. $13 per week. Address W 7u0, Jour,
CIOAR STAND at iv bargain; hardwood
fixtures; good, all round, cKan slock: a
money-maker for right party. Ill W. lith.
WIILRFAS, Frank U. Sutton and Annie
L. Sulloi. his wife, by their certain ele.ii
of irust, dated tho ftth day of Man h, A. D.
l.vj, and filed lor record Hie 71 ti day of
March, A. T. 1VVJ, and recorded in book
"IJ" No. 3M, at pugo ii, In the oillce ot thu
reuoider of d-eds for Jackson coun
ty, in Kani-ns Ciiy, Missouri, con
veyed to tho undersigned trustee
all of lot nine (0). In bloci. onu (1). In Jnmea
(ioodln i Inoe, ar. addition to Kansas City,
Jackson county, JllfSoiirl, to sccuio the
payment of one principal piomlssoiy note
and Inle -i-t coupons thereto attached, an
In said el ed ol trust described, and, where
as, hold principal noto became due the
ftth day if March, A. D. U9I, tho time tor
the payment of said principal notu was
extended two years from March Sth, 1S3I.
innkliig'nald piimlpal note fall due under
such extension March the 5th, A, D. ISO,
and, whereas, the Interest lor the said
two years, the term of said extension, was
evidenced by four Interest notes executed
by the tiicn owner of the said rent estate,
and, whereas, one of raM Interest notes Is
now due and unpaid, therefore, In conse
ipicnco of tho default of the payment of
said Interest note, mid principal note H
now decarid duo niul payable; therefore,
nt tho request of tho legal holder anil own
er of the i-atd prim ipal note, J, V. U. Uow
en, by lrtuo of the power given mo by
snld deed of trust, will pioceed to sell tho
above diserliied real estate at publlo mic
tion to tho highest bidder, for cash, be
tween tl o hours of a o'clock In the tore
noon an! 5 o'clock In tho afternoon nf
Tuesday tho 23d day of April. A. D. ISM,
at the w!S front door elf the United States
custom hotise. In. Kansas Clly, Jiecltbon
county, Mfcioml, to satisfy tho said In
debtedness and the Cost of executing this
trust. I- C. HOWIIN, Trustee.
Dated -March SOth, A. D. 1M3.
TRCSVP.L'S SALC Whereas, Caroline
L. Kuyser and Uusltiv A. Kayser, her hus
band, by their deed of trust, dated the
2iiih d.i of July, 3SS9, and recorded
on the 27th day ot July, liM, In tho
oillce of tho recorder of ele-eds in Jackson
county, .Missouri, at Kan.-as City, In book
H 3';7, at pane 2I, did convey lo the under
slgne-d tiiibteu the following described real
esraie, situated In the counly of Jackson
and stale of .Missouri, to-wli: Lot num
bered th 'eo (3), In bloek numbered sevonty
nlne (7'J), In Kast Kansas, an addition to the
Clly of .Casas, now Kaunas City, In tniit
to ecuri tho payment f the promlteory
note In mid deed di scribed, with Interest
as ihere.n ilenciihed, unel ul.-o il.u payment
a therein described of certain due-s und
lines ns therein set forth; and, whereas,
default wui made lit the pa merit of the
Itittrest is therein described, as well as of
tb dues and IW104 ufoieruld, for the period
of more than sK months ai'i.-r the said
diles, fires and tntnvst bqcanw duo nnd
payable, by reason whereof, under the pro
visions f said deed of trust, the said note,
has also beiomo eli.e nn.l payable and Die
mine, l tether with tail duos, fineg uud
Interest, remain due and ubpald; now,
tin r-fan , at lb" leipiest of llm (;,il holder
ut euld nuie and In accordaucu with tin)
pioVlalois of (aid deed of trust. I, us said
trustee, will 011 Friday, the 2Cth day of
April. HOft, between tho liouis of ulna
o'clock 1.. m. and live o'clock p. m., at ihu
south front door of the county court house
In Kansas City. Jackson county, Missouri,
expoo U sale and sell to tho highest bid
der, fur cash, the above descilbed real e
tute at iiulillo vendue to satisfy tho debt
uforesaid und the costs of this trust,
JAMBS SCAMMON, Trustee,
"mUHTLNO OF STOOKlIOLlH-;ilSNo-tlco
is hereby given that the annual meet
ing of he siockholdets of tho lumbar I
Investment Company, of Missouri, will bo
hold at tho oillce pi tho cornpauy In tho
Keith ft Perry building, at the southwest
e'orner nf Ninth und Walnut slreets, In
Kansas City. Missouri, 011 Thursday, tlu
4th day ot April. !. at nine o'clock 0.
111., for Ihu purpose ot electing directors of
the company und tho transaction of such
other In slnesi- as may properly como be
fore the stockholders' meeting.
f II. It. MOONKV, President.
A. D. HIDKR. Secretary.
Kausai City. Mo.. -March 7. 1803.
NOT1CU T" CONTRACTORS-The un
dersmned or ihe counly clerk will, on April
0. liM, up to 12 o'elot k (noon) of that day,
receive tealed bids, subject to the upprovat
of the c unity court, lor grading ties l.e's
Summit und Lone Jack road, from Leu's
Summit to Vuu llurcn township Hue. A
cash deposit of $2o0 required with each bid.
Specifications and profile can be seen In
the olllcu of counly surveyor, In now court
house, cor, 5th und Oak st., Kansas City,
Mo. F. J.O'FLAHHRTY.
Co. Surveyor and Road, Commbislsacr.
Dated ilarch ltb, lb'JJ.
T HI STF.l: m sAt.l: 1 iv nnson of de
fault In the i,i ,,.,.,t , n r inln principal
jironilssi.ii i,, ,! , 0 , two matur
ing liucii-i tun,, demibid In a deid of
tiujt i,ut l tie K'ntiir Welsh. Uiimftr
rjptl, tn the nnd rslgmO irusti e, lUtNl
IVhinnry tit' v:n, up ,1 ro,- record Prb-
runry Sit li. iv,, n,,. nd n Hie. re-
ITlTIr1' .' .'''l- for Juksi'ii .oiiiily. Mis
spun. In book I, inf. page )?' the under
Mjineil triiitee win. pinsimiit in Hie tTlus
Of said deed or iru 1 ntiel ni the rouSt
or tho le i.uii, r of snld notes. iell nt
public vendue, u. the high si bidder, for
cash, all uf tint putt nf block numbered
twenty-two (iii, M.tlie'n 1 Ulltton to the
!. !5'. r, 'm.'is mow known us Kansas
Clly), diwtlbed ns feillnws: ilegninlng at
tho noitliciist (oin, 1 of I'll! li. . k num
bered twenty wn 'at, tlie'n e so h along
the west line cr M. (lee etlcl tweti'y-four
(21) Uet nine (III mel.i ., He lice west to
nlley In snld bloek. 'beiici i.onh along the
ijst Hue r Hp n(irv (wMil)-fni r (21) feet
nlno (!') inches In tlio south Hue of leili
s:rei t, tlietice (st uln' g the sou'h linn of
PMIi .strret to place ol beginning,
nil situated tn Jnelcn.ii county. Missouri,
at Hie est door nf tlm fnlted Stnles cus
tom house, nt the, souttiens' corner of
Ninth und Wnlnut sine is, In Kansas City,
Jackson county, Missouri, nn the IHh day
of Apill, IMC, beieveen the hourr ot nine
i'i'IikIi III the loti'Mnon niul live o'clock In
tlm arietnnnii. for Ihe purpose of pntlfy
lug Ihe snld ImlPlitmine's and the conl of
rxeculliig thli liusl The (qully of re
demptlnti ol soil real otntn Is now owned
and held by Hugh C. Waul ni lei'elver ot
lh pniliinishlp "slnte , ' Thomas II. Mas
till and Jiilln Mitoiin. m point' d by tho
P ilteil stales circuit iiiitt for tho West
ern division or tlm Western district of
Missouri. Ily an order of snld emirl, duly
entered of r.ctnl nu the M day of March.
1W3. Ihe said Iruslee bus lurn and Is uu
thorlziMl tn foreclose the sr,d deed of
trust 111 the manner provided by the terms
WHlPPl.n LOAN AND intJUT fO.,
Hy A. A WHIPPI.r. lis Pre'U.en:.
TRISTKH'S SAI.i;- Uy reason uf default
In the payment of a certain principal
promissory note nnd Hie Inst two maturing
Intel est notes described In ft deed of trust
executed by Frank Welsh, unman led, to
the; underslKtieil trustee, dated February
tlih, ISoo, filed for tecord February 11th.
1S!, In rhe Olllcn ot the recorder or deeds
for Jackson county, Missouri, In I jok II
397, psue IG7, the undersigned trustee will,
pursuant to the t. rms of sa'.d deed of
trust, nnd nt Ihe reeitiost of the leg"! hold
er of snld notes, sell nt public vendue, to
the highest bidder, for cash, all ot that
part of block number twenly-two (22), Me
Oee's addition to the City ot Kna'as (now
known ns Kansas Clly), described as fol
lows: lleglnnlng nt a point on the west
line of MrOee street, fofty-nltie 09) feet
six (C) Inches sooth of lb. norilienst cor
ner of snld block r-umbcr twenty-two (22),
thence south niong the west line of Mc
Cee street twenty-four ('.It feet nine (9)
Inches, thence west lo uliry In Said block,
Ihcn.c north nlomt the ,.it lln'f of snld
alley twenty-four (2I feel nine (9) Inrhes.
thence enRt parallel to south line ot K',th
street to place of beginning, nil situated
In Jaikson county, Ml.-xoiirl, nt the west
door of the United States ci.-stpm house,
at Ihe southeast corner ot Nln'li and Wal
nut strris, In Kansas Clly, Jarkuoi.
county, Missouri, nn tho nth diy of Apr",
1S90, between 'he boms of ill"- o'clock 111
the forenoon and live o'cloei. In the after
noon, for Hie purpose of satisfying the
said Indebtedness nnd tho cosl of execut
ing this trist. The equity of redemption
of ,-nlil real eslnlo Is now owned end held
by Hugh (.'. Ward as lecelver of the part
nership estate of Thomas Mnstln nnd Julia
Mnstln, appointed by the I'nlted States
circuit eourt for the Western division of
the Western district of Missouri. Ily an
order of said court dulv entered of record
on the 22,1 day of Man li. 1ST,, the said
trustee ha been nnd Is nn l.orlzed to fore
close the said deed of trust n the manner
provided by the terms thereof.
W1I1PPLK LOAN AND TKL'ST CO..
Ry A. A. Whipple. Its President.
THFSTKH'H HA I.L Wliei'eus, Charles A,
Renrdsley, unmairl d, by lib deed uf trust,
dated June !, P'.'if, 11 -knowledge d Junu
till, 1W. und recoided dune lih, U, In
book 11 No. I2t. in 1 age 199. of tho records
of eleeds. In the oillce of recorder of deeds
In nnd for Jackson county, tate uf Mis
souri, at Kansas City, conveyed to the un
dersigned, Jeremiah T. Dew, as r istee,
the following described renl estate, situate
In Jackson county and stnte of Missouri,
to-wlt. An undivided one-hnir ('.) of lot
numbered twenty-nluo l2:i, In block num
bered two (2), of Armllelit's ii'leli: ton. an
addition to tho City of Kansas (now Kan
sns City), as tho said lot Is maike.l nnd
designated upon tho plat of said addition,
now 011 tile and of record In tho otUro nf
recorder of tlet da In nnd for snld Jackson
county, state of Mlssouil. wl ich suid deed
of trust was given to secure payment of
the certain promissory rioio therein de
scribed; nnd, whereas, I'm rnld note Is
long past due. and. together wl li nil Inter,
est accrued thereon, leinultr) unpaid, and
default has be, 11 iiimlo In tho pament
thereof; now, therefore, puhlle no. Ice Is
heieby given that i.ndtu nnd by vlituo of
the power nnd aulhoilty In me vestml hy
the teims of said di ed of tnisi. a id In pur.
siianco of the piovlslons tliere-o'', and nt
the lequest of tlio legal holder and owner
of said not", i, .lure nloh T Dew, the un
dersigned tru 'tee, will pioeied to sell, nnd
wll' sell, tho said nb.ive described real
state, nt Hio west f'-nnt door of Cie cu -toni
bouse and posloil', e b lldlng, -Itcute
at Hoiitbeast corner of uitli and Wnl
nut streets, in Kansas Cltv, in tho county
of Jackson end statu o. Missouri, to the
highest bidder, fo cash, a public vi mine,
on Tuesday, the 23rd day of Apul, 1S95. be
tween the boms of nine o'clock In too tore
noon nnd the n'tlocit In the nu i noon r
sile' day, to pay oil and salN'y the said
Indebtedness, nnd costs a.v expenses of
executing this trusi.
JKIHCMIAII T. Tir.W. Trustee.
Dated Kunia.i clly. M March JStli. UK.
WH13HI1AS, Frank O. Gutton nnd Annie
F.. Sutton, his wife, by their certain deed
of trust dated the 5th day of Mnrth, A. D.
l'9, .end filed fni . 'Ord too 7th day of
March, A. D. 1VJ. arn. rt'orded In book
"II" No. 315, at page 035, In the orlicc ot tho
recorder ot deeds for lacksor. county, at
Kinas City. Missouri, convened to tho
undersigned fiistee all of lot clg!,. (V) and
west 5 leot or lot seven (.'J, In block one
ID, In James Uoolln pluec. an a ! lltlon to
Kansas City, Jtuksun county, Missouri.
r secure the pay.nent of ono prlnclp.il
promlsrory note nnd i.iterest coupons tluro
to attached, 03 in sal ' deed i.f trust d"
scrlhud; and, whereas, said principal nolo
bin .emo due March the fth. A. D. 1WI. the
ilino for the payment of (rail principal
note was extended two years from March
f.th, iv.ll, making said prlndpil unto fall
duo indtr einli extern Inn Mau'a th'j Cih,
A. D. 1S1', nnd, whereas, tl 0 ii.teret fur
the aid two years, 'bo tenn nf ,iald ex
lenston, wus ovideneed by four interest
notes executed by lli. llien owner of said
real flttule, and, wlieri is, o. e of said In
terest notes Is not" due und unpaid, there
loie, In conseqiiericj if the jerauli In tho
payment of seiJ !n.ert noie.ruid principal
note Is now deolared due unit pnyabb ;
therefore, at tha reqtst it ihu legal hold
er nnd ownr of rhn said prlip'pal note.
I, 1). C. Jiowen, by clitue ot tl.o po..-er
given mo by said deed of irust, will p'.i
ceed to sell the above ilv rlbeil real ust.iio
st publlv atp Hon :o the blab tt bidder, tor
cash, between tho hour .if 9 u'elnlc in
tli forenoon nnd 5 o'cloel. afternoon of
Tuer.lay, ihi. J'ld day of April, A. D. JR95,
a( the west front door of tho United States
1 ujt.im house, In Kansas f'lty, Jackson
counly, Missouri, to satisfy the sa In
debtedness and tho cost of executing thla
"'" .P.- K- '.'"Wf-N. T.usteo.
Dated March 20 h, .. D. "93.
THIISTF.F.H 8AI.K Ily reason of default
in the iianii'iit or t nnln piomlssoiy
note, and In the Interest thereon described
in the. iSuod if Oust dated the it'i u,i of
.Iniiiiarv, is'9 riven bv J K M .Ivey and
M1.1I1 C. Mulvcy, his uife, nied fo: record
in tho oiie-'o of 1. 16 r.'.i ulei of needs tor
Jaclihon cuinly, at Kai.-as Cl-y, Mlsseiui,
on Hio .oih day of January, iM5, ni tln.ro
recorded in book )l 2H. ul page ju r vvill.
etvveen tho hours of l o'cl u ,no oxu'.
noon and clock tn tlio afiernoon, on
Monday, tho Mh day of April, llij. ut the
south door of tno court hoiiso in ihu City
of KaiHiis, In tlio con at,- of je!tson, htato
of Missouri, at tho requ.st ol the legal
hold-r of said note, null at public auction,
lo the higliest bidder, for cush, l of Jots
ten (10) und Ilfteen (ID). In block 0110 ili: all
e.f lots nlini (J) and sixteen (10), lnvbiock
uvo u'); all of lots tbr.o (.0, i,Iren (IS)
and tweuty-two (22), In bliek (tire. (I'l: all
f lots one 1 and eighteen .isj. , i.Jook
four (I), and all of lots three ( nnn eight
cm (IS), In block n (5i. )n Llewellyn
annex, an uddl' on to me City of Kansas.
couniy of Jackson and state 01 7.v,0urt. us
snov.n by the i"curded 11 at tin rcof. und an
ply tho proceeds of .aid sale lo (he pay.
luJ-nt ot tho Indebtedness si .ur, I by bald
deed Of trUSl, ufi)J'?niPiOt exiiclltltlg
this trust, MORTON UOLLMAN,
NOTIC13 TO STOUKHOLDFIta-Notlco
lo tho stockholders of ll.u araiul Avtuuu
Hallway Company. Is hi uiby glv n that a
meeting of such stockholdein wld be held
at Iho office of said conipuny.No. lOOo Orand
avenue, lu Kansas City, Missouri, on Sat
urduy, the ilist duy of JuntvA. I. lkj. at
9 o'clock a. 111., for tho purpose of voting
upon the following pioposltium :
1. To Increase rhe capital block of said
company from $1,200,000, Us riescnt amount,
to 13,800,000. , ,
2. To Increase the bonded Indebtedness
of said company from l,2uu,C0o, lu uresi nt
amount, to 15,300,000.
3. For thu rrarisattlon of such other busi
ness as may be brought before such meet-In-,
Kansas Clly, Mo., Murch 29, 1S93.
WALTON II. HOLMES. Pieelileat.
DANIW. B. HOLMKa. Secretary.
1.1:0 At, .Niniei:.
(First publle.tllon Marrti tllh. W )
NOTH'I. OF THPSTHKS SAt.l W r re
's on June lib, nos, cm H.,1 lin.lte I m
I n,, Kansas City, Mlsniiii. in 1 n exe
ol' I Hid ilellveNd lis .l-.il of tnnt.f r the
I iriwse or securing the paMiient nf en
I'm 1 for the sum 01 one thoii.an 1, dolla
ul .i), win, interest . oiims alia hcJ
II inn i In said deed ,f irus . w In r ..n I'
1 ij-cil lo the nndeiMirnrd, David II l.l
t.en. trustee, the following de"'Hl ;d r .11
fsiite, situated In the county of Jft'k'oii
nn 1 statu of Missouri, to-wlt: Lens number-d
twelve (isi, thirteen (Ut and foiirie, n
tin. m block number nine PD, of -W'
mldiiton to the ciiv of Kniii.is (non
Ksnsis Clly), .Ml, soutl, acordlng to Hie
rerprded plat ihereof, and .,". reus,
sail leed of trust was on the Sth day or
June, 159a. nt J :lo o'clock p. m.. duly record
ed in book It Ma. nt page SSo.A'f the records
of snld Jackson cuniily, jtlsSouri. and,
w'hetens, It Is provided In sabl bo.'..1'!?'.'!
difd of trust tlial. if the said "'",'?'
Hstnie Compiny shall full to pay or cause
to lie bald, any of the Interest coupon" at
ached u; said bond at the time tho mi je
become due and pnv.ihlc, then the, wll'lc
amount of snld bond shall nt once tieeome
due nnd payable without, notice; and
where-ns, Hie said City HCnl llnl' .'!'i 1
pany tins failed to pay. or cause to be tut Id.
the Interest coilinm attached to raid botvl
which beenme due nnd payable on llm rst
day of December, lvjl, wherefore the who n
mnotint of said bond Is now due ),,:'1',,
am unpaid under the terms of snld J" "U
and deed of trust; now. therefore, publli
iioll-o Is hereby -Hen that 1, lh 'l r
slglicl David ll. (iillen, the trustee nam 1
in siilii deed of trust, under and b ini"
if the nulhorlty vested In mo by sold deed
of trust, nt tho n quest of the legal holder
and ownr of snld bond, will proceed to 'ell
tho nbqvB described real estate at pul
He vendue, to the blithest bidder, for cosh
at tho south front door ot the new count)
court house In Kansas City. Ml0!,r',.,.t
"ig the building in Kansas City. cl "O
county. .Missouri, In which the circuit com t
of said Jackson counly l now held, on
Saturday, the CU, day of April,. A. D. W-'.
between the hours of ! o'clock In the fore
noon and S o'clock In the nfternein of said
ilny, for the purpose of raising tho mone)
to pay the amount of said Wind, with ililet
est und the cosl of executing this trust.
A DAVID II. IITTIUN, Trustee.
ferry ft Smnll. Attorneys. ,
(First publication March It. U9o,)
NOTICH OF TRUSTIOH'S SALH-Wh're-an.
uii April 27th, 1M-9. .1110161- O'Neill and
l-llla o'Nilll made, executed nnd delivered
their .deed of mist for the purpose of secur
ing the p.i) merit of two bonds, one for the.
rum of $l9,iioo nnd the other, which hns been
pill, for the sum of 3,iX, In said deed of
trut described, wherein they conveyed to
the undersigned, David II. liltien. trustee,
the following described real estate, idtu.it
ed In the county of Jacl:ou and slate of
Missouri, to-wlt: Tlm west erne hundred
(loi) feet of lot number twelve (12), of block
number seven (7), In Rice's addition to the
City of Kansns (now Kansas City). Mis
souri, according to n recorded pint thcreor,
together with all tho improvements there
unto belonging; and, whereas, on the 2711;
day ot April, Ijso at 3:10 o'clock p. m.. said
l3cd of trust was dulv recorded In book II
No. fJ7, nt page 30. of the records of said
.In kson county, Missouri; and, whereas,
said deed nt trust provides that upon non
payment ot the debt secured bv said deed
or trust b) the milker." thereof, tlie prop
erty therein described may bo sold by tho
trusleo for the purpose of raising the
money to pay the debt thereby secured:
and. whereas, said Indebtedness Is now past
due nnd unpaid; now. therefore, public no
tice I- hereby given that' I! the under
signed. David If. HlllCn, the trustee named
In sibl deed of tru.., under nnd by virtue
of the authority vested In mc by said deed
of trust, at the request of the owner of said
bond, will proceed to sell the nbove de
scribed real estate, nt publlo vendue, tn ihu
highest bidder, for cash, at tlm south front
door 01 the new e'Ouuty eourt house. In
Kansas City, Missouri, being the building
In tho Clly of Kansns (now JCunsas Clly).
Jackson county, Missouri, in which tho cir
cuit court of said Jackson county Is now
held, on Saturday, the 0th day nf April,
IW, between the hours of 9 o'clock In the
forenoon nnd ft o'clock In the afternoon of
said day, for the purpose of raising the
money to pay the amount of said Indebted
ness, wllh Interest nnd rnts of executing
Ibis trust. DAVID II. UTT1KN.
Perry nnd Smnll. Attorneys. Trustee.
TIHJSTFL'S SALD-Hy reason of default
In the payment of a certain principal prom
issory note and the last two maturing In
terest notes described In a deed of I rust
excciucd bv Frank Welsh, unmarried, to
the undersigned trustee, dated February
llth. 1SW. filed for record February lllh. l.sOo,
In the ollleo of the recorder of deeds for
J kson county, Missouri, in book U 397,
page 170. the undersigned trustee will, pur
suant to the terms of said deed of trust
and nt tho reouest or tho legal holder of
said notes, sell at public vendue to the
blebest bidder, for cash, all that part of
block number twenty-two (22), Mcliee's
addition to the City of Kansas (now
known as Kansas City), described as fol
lows: Resinning nt a point on the- west
line of McOee slreet twenty-four (20 feet
nine (9) Inches south of tho norlheast cor
ner of said block numbered twenly-two
(22). thence south along the went lino of
McOee street twenty-four (21) feet nine c.'i
Inehei'. thence west to alley In said bloc',
thenco norllt nlons: the cast line of said
nllev twenty-four (2I feet nine (9) inches,
Iheiice east parallel to Hie south line of
Kith street to me place of heulnning, all
situated In .1.1' Usou counly, Missouri, at
tlio west door of the United Ktates custom
bouse nt tlio southeast corner ot Ninth
and Walnut streets. In Kansas Clly, Jrick
snn counly. Mls-onrl, on rlie ism day of
April PM. between the hours nf nine
o'clock In tho forenoon nnd live o'clock In
the afternoon, for the purpose of satisfy
ing the said Indebtedness and the cost
of executing this trust. The equity of re
demption nf snld real estnto 1 now owned
and held by Hugh C. Ward as receiver of
tho partnership estnle of Thomas II. Mas
tin and Julia Mnstln, appointed bv the
t'nlte.l States circuit court fnr Hio West
ern division of the Western district of
Missouri Hy an order of said court duly
entered of record on the 22d day of March.
1WS tho said trustee has been nnd is au
thorized 'o fore-close the said died of irut
in tho manner provided by the terms there
of. WHIFPLI. LOAN ft. TRUST CO..
Hy A. A. W'nlppl", it, rresldent.
TRCSTEF.'S SALT! Wherens, John Illicit -ier
and Frances Rtirkler, bis wile, by their
certain deed of trust dated Ihe ir.ih day
of December, one thousand cIkIiI hundred
and eighty-nine, filed for record In the of
fice ot Ihe recorder of deeds for Jackson
couriy. .Missouri, nt Kansas Clly, on the
jsth day nf December, ll.vi. nnd recoi led
in . aid oillce In book 11 39, at pige 107.
din convey to tho Whipple Loan and Trust
Company, Hie undersigned trustee., the fol
lowing described real estate sliuutei. In said
...oooe nf .liteksnn. stale of .MUsonrl tn.
wit: All of lot numbered ivyo 2i. In block
ecu iicsui luoi, 11, ei iii'iioi, no-iron; unu,
'hsreas, default has been inide In the
payment 01 sum jh,ot 000 01 mc interest
there-on blneo tho due of said note, and
the sumo now remains overdue and unpitil;
now.ther fore-.publlei notice is hereby given
that tho undersigned trustee, at the request
of the leg'il owner nnd holder of said prom
issory note nnd interest, and by virtue of
tho power nnd authority vested in s.-Ud
I trustee, ny s;em iiecu in iihsi, win, in ae
' cordanre with the terms and provisions nf
I said deed of trust, proceed to sell, and fell.
trie rr 11 "inoi ',," !' ;' i iiim una
hiMolnbefrm c.psfrll.p.i, anil anv ami every
iupt thereof, ut publlo vwiduo to the hlch-
. . 111 i xnuli ri t i- i-j-.tt ... .
o'clock in 1 no niiteiiooii in ln:it uay, for
Iho purpose of paying, nccotrtlng to the
t.lior of ''lid deed of Irusr. ib- amount of
Indebtedness, ii-maiulns imiuld sei-ured
thereby nnd tho costs of executing this
wili'l'I'Ll-" LOA5J AND TRUST COM
1'ANl . Trustee.
Hy ,y A, Whipple. Its President.
TRURTKH'S SALlf-Whereas, Theodore
II. Kmnions. a s ntle null, by hU certain
deed of trust, dated January lh, S7. and
recorded fn the IHli.jay of March, 1S7. In
book 11 231. at pige i32, In the jillce of the
rccoiiler "f deeds nf Jackson comity jtg.
sniirl, atnCupsas City, conveyed to me. 1),
Wells, Hie undersigned trustee, tho follow,
Ing'described' hind in Jackson county. .Mis.
eourl. to-wlt! AH ft ots twenly.ono (21) and
wen'ty-two )., In block ono (l), in Floral
o ,a n nilillrlon to tire e'ite n i.-J.!
vti . ' .Vi.T.v .. 1. . i.iioiiii
(now Ki.nsas City), as Hie same Is markeJ
and designated it Ihe recorded plat of
said addition, now on fllo in ihe oillce of
the recoider of deeds for Jacksorr county.
Missouri, In trim, however, to secure tha
pajmeiit of a certain promissory note in
said iVUd of trust describe. : and. whereas
'.efault has been made In the payment of
said promissory nolo; now. therefore, at
tho request of tho legal owner and holder
pf tho said note, nubllo notice h, hereby
given that I wll . In accoieljnce with tho
terms and provisions of eald deed of trust,
and by virtue of tho power In me vistdl
thereby, sell by public vendue at tho south
front door of the county court houso at the
northeabt corner of Oak meet and Mis
souri uvenue. In Kansas City, Jackson
county. Missouri, the real estate hereinbe
fore and in said deed of trust described,
for cash, to tha htKhcst bidder, between
tha hours of ulna o clock In the forenoon
and live o'clock in the afternoon, on Satur
day, the 0th day of April, l&W. for the pur
pose ot paying said note and the cotil of
executing thU trust. ,, , .
It. WELLS, Trustee.
Itobert Adams, Attorney.
Kansas City, Missouri, March JJta. JSli - .
number 0110 id, m f-ouiu w inneni place,
nn addition to tho dry of Kansas (now
Kansas Clly). Missouri, to secure the pay
ment of 0 ivrtu'n promissory note In said
OHl H(Ul'I( tut vmbii, mi. iiiw nioi tjnur Ot (10
United Statcs.custom house at tho koirth
cast corner of 9th and Walnut bluets, in
Kansas Clly, Jackson cuiinly. Mlsioiirl.
being the west iront door of said building.
011 the 131b day of Apr! . 1M., between tlio
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NO I.X1RA t'HAROFSl'OR MllIITWOIIIt
ll(;ai. neiiiciis. '
Tltl'STHE'S SALK V nereas, Jacot
Ilrnuu and Carolina llr.iun, his wife, by
their certain deed "f trust, dated the Ilfill
day of November, 1'0. and nc-oided In llm
oillce ol the le-conlir nf deeds lu JacUoa
counly. Mission!, ut Kansas City, on thu
tains day In IwiR 11 110. ut page 321, con
veyed to tbn iiiidersbrued trustee Ihe fol
lowiiiK described leal est.Uu situated In
the couaty of Jtickson and state of .Mis
souri, to-wlt: All ot lots numbered fifteen,
(15). Flxiien (ltii, seventeen (17), und tho
run Hi forty (10) feel of lot fourteen (II), lu
bloi I: numbere'd flvo 8), In Keuslncton. an
uddltlon to the City of Knns.us, now Kan
sas City, aouordtmr to the recorded plat
thereof; also lot numbered tvventy-threo
(23), In bloelc three (3, in Mount Auburn,
ai said lot Is marliud and designated on
tho recorded plat of said Mount Auburn:
also lots eleven. (ID and twelve (l'.'i, lu
block iiBht Ci). In tald Mount Auburn, la
trust, to secure tlm payment of the twe
promissloiy notes In suld deed described,
and, whereas, defnillt was made p ihe pay
ment ot one of said notes, nnd tho same.
...c..il.u, tellh Interest Ibei-i.nn rnm.lni
due and unpaid; and. when. .s, default ai
TRUSTEU'S SALK ny reason of default;
In the payment when duo of principal Hint
interest of a. promissory nota made nmt
ixecuicd by James It. Anderson, ant! de
scribed In und secured by u deed of trust,
dated August I7lh, , recorded Aut-use
nth. Pi9, In book "H" No. M, at nasi
Ml. in thu otllce of tho recorder of deeds
for Juckson county, Missouri, at lfansan
City. I will, pursuant to fald deed of irust.
at tho reeiuest of tha legal holder und
owner of said note, between the hours ot
ulna o'clock in tho forenoon and ilvo
o'clock In tho afternoon of Monday, iho
Mth day of April, IWj. ut the court housa
eloor in tlio city of Kansas City. Jackson
county, Mlssouil. said court house door be.
tin: tho south front door of iho siato cir
cuit court house, situated on tha north sldo
of Missouri avenue, between Oak and Lo.
cust streets. In said Kansas City, Missouri,
sell tho following described real estule.slt
uate in the county ot Jackson and state ol
Missouri, beinp the real estate elescrlbej
lu eald deed of trust: A certain tract or
tracts ot land located partly In section 36,
township W N.. range J3 ., end partly In
section 31. township 60 N.. janso 22 y
Jackson county. Missouri, bounded us fol.
lows: On tho north by tho right of way.
of the Kansas City and Independenca
Rapid Transit Company; on the east by,
the Hie Kluo river, und on the nouth ami
west by the center Una of floose Neck
creek, as shown by plat annexed to sale!
deed ot trust, at public vendue to tbo
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said
note and tho Interest duo thereon, and th
cast of executing this trust.
-OLIVER. tU liEATruste. J"
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also lu.ieio in me e.ij i.,.:iii in ins interest
on the other at said rmles and in tho pay
ment of taxea and assessments levied unel
cIiuikc I ntfuinst suld lols; now, therefore,
ill tho request of the lerjul holder of raid
notes.und by virtue and In ptrrtiiunce ot tin
provisions ot said deed of irust. I, as siicli
trustee, will, on .Wednesday, tin, tenth day
oe April, tw. -v' . . v'w '.iiia ot j
o'clock u. iii and C o e'lock i. m . at Iho
west front doot of the United States post,
ollleo linllJIiiB. In Kantus city, Jackson
enmity. Missouri, cxpoeo to sale und sell to
Hie blithest bidder, for cash, the above de
scribed leal estate, nt publlo .vendue, to
satisfy the debt nforeeald and the costs oj
this trust. JAMES SCAMMON, Trustee.
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