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TJIK KANSAS CITY JOl HNAL. THURSDAY APItlL 11, 1805.
Men's Silk Neckwear !
A Special Sale Begins To-Hoitow.
Wc liavo secured a splendid lot of J frit's Fine Silk
Neckties, which wc will put on sale to-morrow.
And in addition all similar goods which wc now have
in stock will be marked down to meet the new figure.
This means that to-morrow you can buy
$1.50 Neckties for 50c.
75c N'ecktics for 25c.
In this first lot there are 325 Neckties of the $1.25 and
$1.50 qualities which will be 50c.
And 3 io of the 50c and 750 qualities which will be 25c.
livery one of these Ties is desirable. You'll find black
and whites, reds and blues, and every other fashionable
.shade; stripes, checks and mixed figures, etc., etc. You're
sure to find something that pleases you.
This is one of the greatest oppoitunitics you have ever
had of getting handsome Neckwear for very little money.
The Sale Begins To-ftflorrow.
IMG MAIN STREET.
In CAPES, WAISTS, SKIRTS
l-AU-RY, BIRD, TIIAYI-R & CO.,
Mill vUltS IO
HYDIEDN A VACANT LOT.1 HERMAN GERHART INJURED.
ji 1.11s '. iiitnn n, or ntcxco, pass
!. ,v t si dii:m..
llecrn.i .1 Man 1'rf.lili nt of tin ltrotrn Nut
nml I urk tnmt mj I .iiip nf Ilcitli
I .Set ( li irl) IM11I1IM111I-
( itmrMT lim illumine.
Jullu C. lironn, preiWcnt of the Drown
Nut and Look. Companj, of Chicago, was
found ileid on a acant lot at Twentieth
and ,lnckKon aene jesterdty morning
lie died under mjstorlous e In umtjncc4.
ll.irr i.ewN, .1 boj IKlnK nt N'o. 1J19
Ijrtle aenue, jtased the lot a few min
utes prmloui to the llmlliiK of the body.
Rajs that lironn was then nll c and
that he beckoned to him with the words,
"Come quick; 1 am dslng." Lewis hurried
to the nearest telephone and Informed the
pollrt of the Grand aienue precinct. When
pollieiiKit arrived the found the man
At first the Identltj of the dead man was
unknown. The hods was remoed to Stew
art .t CarrolTs undertaking place and it
was there Identified bj JIi. Ci. W. Wal
lace, of Xo 1007 ramwood aenuc, a flslcr
of Mr Jtrown fehe said that she had not
prewouslj been aware uf his jireeiue In
the city and supposed that he was on his
wa to her home un KImwood aenue to
Mlt her when he b.i.une oercome In
tome manner and ill'il where he was
found. The place where Tlrown died was
about !le blocks distant from .Mrs Wal
lace's home and out of the ,i from It.
Mrs Wall.iLe said th it her brother had
bun In iiij bad health for about a ji'.ir
and had been In one of the Chicago ho
pttals for a f i w months ," tst Jt was bt -Ileed
that he had e .nicer of the stomach.
She did not bclicne that he had been,
:liianiiall. fortunate litclv and It mlKhl be
pofs.bk that his misfortunes had prejed
on his mind She consult red it ery
etrnnc,o that he could not have, found hi r
res d( n t, as sh had written to him to
call ai the riftienth street table car barn
for lire tions Mrs Wallace's husband l a
a lu tor on the riftecnth street table
Ii.puty coroner Wheeler held a post
rnort. in i Mimlniitlon of the remains and,
whll. he found encer of the stomach to
i xit was doubtful If It was seere enoutth
ins. death lie will have the eontenis
rhc stomach analjzed to ascertain
w v r it tontains poison
Th Kad man had only 07 cents In his
k i lie was very pculiarlj dressed
I i ii whlti linen hhtrt he wore two
i - c. summi r shirts of dilfcrent colorR
I in. 1, r a bliul. tailor made Ftilt he
w i. i white rst and er light summer
ti a mi, oarefull i reused. It Is thought
ib! that he nilKht have left the hon
il In whbh In was belnK treated In
' mu In a demrnted condition.
nllim to Mi Wallace, Hrown should
in b m a man of considerable means,
a ri. says he is the pntentee of the
1 wn nut and Io. k adopted by the Illinois
i iril railwa list summer and of other
w . used by the lann i,illwa. He had
a wit. and two ihlMrm hxlnu In t'hieaBO
and a mother at Kama Harbara, Cal. lie
il . had three sters. Mrs. O W. Wal-
Mrs. T. H Mi Dill and Miss Jennie,
ltrnn tho two lattci llvlntr In California.
A telegram was s. nt last nlt'ht to Urown's
moth, r at Santa Uirliarn. Cal, notifying
h.r of her son's ilf-ath His wife was not
notltbd beiause her house number In Chl-
u,n was not knwn It is somewhere on
Sou h Sinyamon ureet.
.Itiild DiitEi r.
lion t put an ui"m in vour mouth to
f il iiir loth Aold deleterious dentl
fri .s ij on SuZollONT. Nothing can
be put.r or more certain to prevent the
te ih from becoinlnK diseased After each
uruthtm: they ulltur like pearls, and the
turns erow rusj red
I in: m'.aiiii;i:.
Tho otliclal foriv.itt for to-doy Is- Ml.
sourl showirs, warmer. Kansas, unsettled
u catlur The hlKhest temperature record
d jtsterday wan 73 deir., und the lowest
r.J deir roIlowliiB l ii reconl of 1ml
KtatlonK. Bar, Tem.
Niw Orients , 30.12 Cfi
ilaheston 3010 fill
I'lmlunatl ,..,.:tOW 52
I'ldcieu , 30.3., 31
S' I'aul , 30.21 14
tspriiiehild , 30M ill
Cor ordli MOJ ijj
IioiIk" City 29'C' tt
I iKinunk 30.03 41
Helena soon 1$
ciinmnii 29 ai HI
Heme , '),M ,
Wl'-hlta f'.M K
St Louis S018 (Si
Kansas City 30 00 Ife
Ills left Arm r.ii M umled b a ( nblo iriln
1 but the IMi,i.li I t'ls i re Cfiuipelli d
til AllllL.ClltP It.
Herman M, Ocrhart, member of tho llrm
of Losen .V Gelbart, piupibtois of tin
lllossom Hou. bar nnd psveis of th.
Kansas City Hrlvlnp park, was .iioiiI
Injuied jestenlaj nlttnmnn In In nu'
drained lietweill two toaibts of a w si
bound cable train nt Ninth and Walnwt
streets Oeihart was atti mptlni; to allirht
from the Ktlp car In ordi r to board a Pn
toenih street car that was about to stiit
south, when annthei man. who was imuxi
c ited, pot In his wav In some minun an I
trlppnl him, lauslni; him to full nn I rrll
betwttn the eip ear and the i.ar i oa b
tlerhart was diaitired sexeril fitt lis
left arm was crushed lust nboe the lb w
and his held was badly cut. the s( Up t
luff torn away In one place so i to -p.is,
the skull flerhait illd not losi loii Io i
ness, and bote tip bravely under his s. . u
Injuries The polli e ninbulatiee w us i all I
and he was removed to the Central st ill- n
where Police Surgeon luen and Assist uu
City l'hvslclm Scott paid Immedlaie alt n
tlou to his Inlurles He wis subseiiut irl
removed to his home at No .ii Lint's
court whero It was found jimssirv n
ninputnte his arm It Is In llevid that nnh
vi r careful attention, Gtrhart will mh
vlve his lnluiles
DurliiK the time that ricrhart was nt the
Central station, Mr Losen, his putn, i
arrived In a carriage In a vers dlstuib. 1
state of mind, having heard tint (ierhut
had been killed He was much aff te I
as he and the Injured man ha e 1 1 . n
friends and business associates for m.inv
sears, b. lug nt dlften nt thin s in tin si
loon. llverv and inclmr business r.oth
camo to this city fiom Qitlncs about f.un
teen sears ago. Tiny have, been in busi
ness on Union avenue for nimv jears
Ocrhart Is widely known and popular
Mrs Gerhnrt, who was In Pvcelslnr
Springs, was summoned, and rem hi d homo
on the nlcht train The Injured mm ear
ned a JIJ.CO aecldcnt policy
i.U j'lmi: n.nr ii;i4j:maznfi
M.:i.'iiui;n:He- DBiHTXHCifiHg: M.fl.i:iinmjme B-HiCBUUHta
1Q i 1 l n ncl jST.i u S tree ( s.
r -CJfe wTVMet-'
YM I AMI I'ltlt HIM JJT 11, I'D,
ilO" f0 1'lW' Sl1'" 'aim. Velvet
H MS lin,l ' l''li t lines all the hit-
NOW ON THE LI P5
The store that has achieved its present success by merit and fair treatment the store that is paving
the way to greater triumphs by caring for the interests of its patrons. Promises of bargains are as
plentiful as the pages of the newspapers, but at no place will you find them so realistic and so genuinely
satisfactory as at
The Store So Enshrined in the Hearts of the People BERNHEIMERS'.
WUiUU ust. S3 I'-: worth S- M
dlCrnn irn",st JUmde All Wool
Ml III r"-,l, li"b Miirls, g', 00;
JUtJJ worth Sid 00.
Special Sale of Shirt Waists,
50c. 75c, o9c mid 98c,
Worth nlmosl double
Iljrgttliib in ClultlreMi's Jackets.
nn: rori i. wc ami ki.i.i mii i:
ni6 MAIN ST.
o il 1 you hav a prf't treat? Try a
t.if r iiitddini nrenared with Dr. l'rice'H
All I Ii ! I.Milritor. I
Mr i: L lHrrls, lirlnelpal of tho hlwh '
tchiol it Cleveland, i , arrived in the eity
lust evililiiB and with his wife and child
Is at the Coatet House Ilfl will spend lo
dnj in thn city vislilnc the hlsh fcthool and
exumlnliiK the sjstem of the. i ity l'ro
fessor Harris Is nresiilmit and muiiniftr of
tho Ohio htute Teachers' Association and
has lion nut West arranging for taking u
larKO number of teachers to Denver to at
tend the National Askehttoii In July lie
Is dellBhted with the West and expci t to
lirtnu ut least 'm teaijiers from Ohio to the
ealhtr'Urf They will tome b speilal train
mill i--q West over the Missouri I'atiile
from f5t I.nttls They will breakfast at the
t'oatts oil the mornlnB of July 0 on the vvaj
Animal extracts Cere brlno for brain.car
dlno for heart. Ovarlne, etc U. Iirugglau.
1 luted (iniier..
At the second annual mcetlntr of the
stockholders of tho Howell fc Chase Ma
chinery Company jesterday the following
dire tors for tho ensulm tar wer ap
pointed, W, M Thompson, cjuy Thontp
ron. Hush C Lake. O. L. Chabc and J. H,
Ml krs. The olllci rs for the jear are: W
M Thompson, president; J, II Dickey, vice
presl lnt, o J. Chase, secrelarv, treasurer
an 1 general manager.
W M. Thompson, the new president, vice
H. II Row ell. retired, 1 also president and
general manager of the Sioux C'lt Kngine
and Iron works, of Sioux City, la, one of
the largest manufacturing concerns west
! tin. AUfiluliiU - - - . i
WILLIAM S. CHICK DEAD.
He Mas 111 the ( oiillilNsIoll llll-liu ss In
K iiisk. Its I nrti-i Ight e irs
tcii-I be I itiu r il.
William S Chick died visterdiv at noon
at his resident e at . da, h '1 he I. -
ceased wns a brotlli I of Mecijs Io1-. i h
nnd W II Chick of this cli Tin i..
mains villi be biought h. re to 1 1 ml
will bo hurled In 1 nlon iHnit.n Noil ,
of tho date of th. fine ral will I i,lv.n to.
morrow The dece'nsid was 7B v. ir1. of ,ig.
In 1SI7 William S chirk was .ngig.,1 m
the eommKsIon business In K m- i Hv
his partner being his brothe r, V Ji Chb k
KvNsls icl.l't 11LII AN 1. 1: voir.
It Will lie Addri ct d b. f'iingri4iii in
Dulllve r, of Iowa.
The railroads of Kansas have rmdc ni
open one fan rate for the round tup t ir
the annual ninvmllun of the Knn-u- H. .
publican Leagut. to be held In Jopchi uu
the ,Sih of April.
In speaking of this matter Seentirv
Charles H Uault said: "Althougli th
league has brought from SCO to 1 iV peo I.
to Topelta evtrj jeai, It has nev.r let mc
secured less than on and urn thirl In.
for ilelegates, and the tickets h id to l
countersign, d bj an olllcer of the k ihue
In order to be accepted A one fare i n
rate should bring a fcreat gathering of Jtt -publicans
to the- league mcetlni,.
"The league Is also fortunate lr hiv.ng
lndu. ed Congressman J 1' Dolllve i of low i
to address Its convention The it ue i e n
Iral committee tri. d vnj h.ti d U, m.lu. e
him to c-ome to Kansas during the cam
paign last fall, but owing to his hl,,(i,c
ments at home he was unable to do ,u
Lx-Oonsul Uenoral lid c l.ittl. ..n,
"Dolllver is a dandj I hi ar I him m ilce
an ufter dinner epreth at Madison Seii.ai.
ttarden. New York. McKliikj. a'. in h.
Hlseock and other great m. n spok. bat
everybody conce-ded that Dolli,rs spr.iii
Wus the best of the evening. '
What makes a baking nowd. r p. if, ,f
Purltj, leavening str. ngth mil who1 - ,n,
ness. Thcte are the quiilltles of In l'u
. M, '. A. .Null..
The Sundny afternoon services this week
will be held at Calvary Haptlst ihunh
Inhaing,e"f.t.OVha.l.u"l..tt"1 "'" h on the
subject, "from Uog I'en to. Heaven '
The sccretury has obtained p. rinlnlon
tp plae. rosters pf the regular meeting-, at
'Vf?' ""B Jl JhowiiUig. King .v
io s window, Ilurllngton tKUt nke wln
dow und In the lard of the posioinic
These rosters will Inform the publd of all
tho meetings that take plan
A baseball committee has been appointed
to select plavers for two ti urns Th. t. am
will bo orBaniesed next Saturdi nmht it
k3'J o'clock at the phiskul dir. i t.,t - oi
flco und all the plavcrs will b i,.,n
I'raetke will busin ut once in Hi. .m,l n
Last night tho gymnasium uuiniitce
met and Invited tho State i i v
t'entAthon te meet at the a-n ia'i u in
this city at the nejt regular in. iin ,,
June, JhU Is an athlutlo assu, lation
TOsed of the V. M. C. A of all th , t. .
In the suit 1'entathelon Is a i,i .k w i I
meaning live events of an athl. t i, in,i
These events at the next nim will , ut,
jards dash, putting 15 pound h mmi. r r n,
nlng hbih Jump. pol. vault .in.l . n I
run. Thu imtt will be hi Id In the ailn, ,
The one-fourth mile track for blce.inc
In the a'hletlo park Is under npid h.ai
" 'f "'" ' TAU.-A high in th. .omUi
KOtel curves, and will be the fast t tl n k
In this part of the country
1 Morphine n , r l,, r,
Alll; fol.lu., a QUug v.uman fiom Seela
IM Slo , whoso mother his Uin Iteenli.g
,i dltr. putablv rroit on May mm Hj
nie-1 h r muthei's plaee lust iimIii and
projuicd drinking souu l,,r wild Ii. r
v Idle iho two wem ililnklng tin young
wenun was putting inurphlii. into her own
drynks After awhile shu rttlitd to a room,
uili an hour liter was found uiiiotisc loua
afd almost dying Khe was taken to tho
Cfrural polke station In the ainbulan e,
olid after working with her tot uliuo
tline hours l'ollcn Kurgeon luen pro
i ounctd her out of danger When Polk
Hiirgcon Juen uked her the cause of h r
.ettempt uton her llf. she fald, "Don't lu
Hist" Kho was Importuned further, how.
Oi'fe-'""1 8h. Hnally sail "I will be can.
did I was disgusted with myself and with
everything In life" 'I he young woman's
mother bat near by. looking stolidly on.
Tlie hariiilal ! relic.
A meeting of the aeivfsorv t.H nt ih..
Karnlval Krewe will be held at the Mid.
land hotel at u'cloi k this nfternoou.
l'latis for thu fall demonstration will Ue
I2tli mill Alnin 5t.
Grand Easter Bargains in
These values are unusual.
They arc rare occurrences,
and soon pass away.
12 and i6-butlon length
Evening Gloves, in choicest
8 button length Mosquetaire
Suede Gloves, largo pearl but
tons, cream and even- J ZC
ing tints, $2 valiic-s.for 5 t.JU
4 and 0 button Mosquctaire
White Climuoib Gloves, sun
bleached, every pair warranted
to wash, Si.oo values, tJQy-i
HV- ' ,M
NJV X KV
13 THE HL'ST.
FIT FOB A KING.
;n5 3. cordovan;
Ti4.3P FlNCCALf &KAS0MCa
CSi JH 1 '" C-eTRA TINE- '.
f . -V32 tl.T.'JBOYSSCHCSLSHlF.'!.
Over One .Million I'caplc wear tho
W. L. Douglas $3 &. $4 Shoes
Allourshoesaro equally satisfactory
They give the best vnluc fcr Ch. rnoncv.
Ihcvcoi ?l custom shoes In stvleund fit.
'Ihslr wcsrlnseiuolltii's aru unsurpassed.
The p'lcesaro unlfurir - stamped on sole.
Tram 5 1 to $3 saved op-c ther mel.es.
ifjiirde lercann."" , uv.ccn. boliU
1 . V. UI MIS I". I Mllinioelt 1 e.
I, (II 111 S I M.I I s, nir I lib nnd IT till.
II. I. Mil V I , .1 i VI ,, -t
I . VI. II WIN I ,: rui. I tee.
Itfll M II I I I It l.rtml tee
I III II I'KI 1 I. nil prirmli 111 iif,
III M! 1 l K. HUM W. --1 Kill st
Not the usual 50c kind,
but New, Handsome, 75c
Tecks, Four-in-Hands and
tcc the .Vrtr Ink betirr to near
(li ftttmUng eulhtrtvcru natt.
A Men's Collar";, all tho nonulnr
H shapu-, anil n ijuality usually fn
M soltl at ISc, fnr lUb
-Men's l.aiimlerotl hhirts, our
special quality, at 0c; open back,
open front, open front ami back, nil
w,;:..:.1!1...:? 98c Each
Men's Underwear, spt iiijr vveiirlit,
camel's hair, just ripht for Cn
present weather, Toe value for dUll
Men's Itlcach Half lloso, our own
import, 100 doen at a special
ptice, the value is 25c Trice
umc.:.h..r.1..... 3 Pair for 50c
"lhcsc lire Special llmqaln, and
ncicr before equaled M the price.
itm Ate e: s
h ttv' H )i
-a ,'V-m. -.rr' a
V.-." e- e iL. r" VO-TiV..?.
-5 ; s&ssvz&W'i-s
im $" TvF r?
This will be a week of unusual activity in our peerless
or in the
Take a peep
at them this
Milhnerv Dcoartment. We linvc. nrnnnrrrl linnrlrfrlc nf IMiii W.'.'Mj
Trimmed Hats, each one of which is a dream of beautv a W'vP !,,lit"
"roupinff of those "races for which BERNHEIMERS' is so I Xs l '.. Vl iotsan
I'ncrlv fntnnrl nn,l .lv-,t-'e ..o ,r. I Kl :., I Wnl WlL fflft4 J w ith v.
J""'J .v....- .... ,,..t.b-j w.v-n uiuic iinijeji mill, ItUUIIUUIt: 111 Jl I lUlll'M'l jw antl
Most decided one made
5,000 vanls Hamburg antl Swiss
Kmbroideij-, now Irish Point eilr;e
prettiest pittetnsyet shown, irjp
actual 15c antl se values, for lUU
Hamburg', Swiss anil Xainsool.
Kmbn ulerv, new Irish 1'oiut eelire,
daintiest choicest patterns,
rth 'hi' to J ic, for .
price. Unlike other dealers, we don t see why Millinery
should be sold at a higher profit than dry goods not even in
Easter week. And, unlike other dealers, wc buy from the
makers, and in such quantities that we can sell at prices they
have to pay. And so, the several thousand stylish and sensible
women who will get their Easter Bonnets here this week will
each save from $2.50 to $5 at the least calculation.
.00 anil SO. 25
can such a 'i
crlpctl In while,
At these prices we show hundreds of large Dress Hats,
Bonnets, Toques, Napoleons and Dutch Bonnets. Choose any
one your fancy admires and you have a marvel of beauty and
i2?(i;G. Bernhelmer, Bros. & Co.
The special low prices
this week will enable you
to save consiaeraoie on E
15c seamless Black Hose, lfln
per pair ,.. Ub
25c Onyx Illack Hose, per ICp
35c Tan Cotton Hose, per QQn
die Mack Lisle Hose, per OCa fc
pair. ZUU fe
50c !laclc Lislo Hose, per QC E
pair ouu S
And for children, some Tery spe- W
cial values at I
10c, 15c, 18c, 25c.
bilk and Lisle, all sizes, OQn
regular 50c quality. ouu
SESZ lSa-'WKHir-re: liL-MiatMilSB
J. K, IirilMTAM,
C. . MOISKT,
Ich Vrt bltlrnt.
J. O. STHKAV,
Wn.T, T OAIXFP,
Kansas City, Mo.
Deposits Kcb. 1. lU'Jt, SJ.Olu.Ul.US Deposits Feb. 1, imi.l, 52.738,578 21.
ivv 1., iinu,
t . l-uple-y,
J, 11. VWVi,
T, K. Jinx,
f...iirj;o r. (Intrv,
I. K. Ilurnliiiiu,
II. 1.. Jlcl.lroj,
I.. II. Smith,
C S. Mnrejy,
J. U. htruiiu.
e Foilctr ar, nuntsoi itamtH ll-inker Corporations, rirni'. Mrchinta aud liuliwduatd. and will
ttnUuii . ment urcoui:?iioad ulih ihoso couli'iiiplaUti;; unking ctiaUKrs oroimniiue accounts.
B-f LJ 1 V IL 13 JCr 1 2-th and Summit Sts.
Phone H9 MERRILL.
102 and 104 West 9th Street, Kansas City, Mo.
Tf. The Old lli'lhilili. Ilurtnr. Olilrnt In A cr, LnHE(it I.oratcd. A nnsralttT
ft) e.railii.il.i in JUcillclnc. Over !!7 1'c.irs bpccl.il rrnctico.
Ill?3A Antliortzcd liv tho Stato to treat CHRONIC. NERVOUS ani SPECIAL DISEASES. Curpa
BtlwV w piiuK.mtiil or mouey refunded. All medicines 1 iirnlslic-d rejelv lor Use. No eleteii.
Pk"ir.rf' tlun from bB&lnutu. 1' itltnts nt aiilsintiiotreati.it by mail and express. Medlclnr"!
Bi'inreerywliere'. Jreo f rota cazo or lireuKace. Cliurres low. Over SO (IX) c isos .cured. Age and
exiierlt.utouioiinptirt.iiit. btato our cas.o and scad lor tcrmu. uonsuiiauou la .tco nnu conn
dentlal, either ucrxonjlly or liy letter. ... ...
Seminal Weakness and 5exual Debility, (SSSTSSSSlS)
nroducinslos-es, iilmple s and blotches 011 tlio tare, rushes nf Mood to head, pains lu liaclt, iu.
(utciUdiasumltorceKtilnt-M, li.ihlulncss, uvcri,ltm to bocloty, losa of pexual power, loss of
manhood, tc,t tired for life. I e-.n Rtop nil night losses, restore lobt Bexual power, realoro ncn 0
und Iralu potter, cnlatgo unci Mrcugthcu weal; lurid antlraaUo jou lit foraiarruue.
CsfnliiTic that tcrrlhlo disease, In alllts CtrirfMIi rcrmincntlT cured without
ONIMllllb, f,)rra ami stages cured for OL1 IV-UUl v caustic, tuttlm, liouulcs or
lite. lllooiU'olsoiittiK. M.ln l)lsense, Vlcers, ! hounds. No pain, 110 exposure. 1'atlen- can
hwelllnja.Sores.ilonorrhuannilGlcct.onilall uso the treatment at home,
iormsof Private Diseases positively cured or PlieMiin.'li ic;ni "P? Cre.it TurklsU
money refunded. Klll,UlliaLliIH Ithcumatlu Cure. c.
revr!.- fur both sexes, f0 paces, E7 pictures, SUU13 CUII1V 'J'horreatcst dlsuncry in tha
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above Upejettt.tliuctttPt4 ami euro, MHt Mnl
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ESTIAIATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED.
BflflfM r tl iPFH
v iouk w men 1 .- 1
annals 1. 1 midiclue. uuo eioo Rites relief; a
few doses retnot 0 fever nnd pain In Joints;-
euro lu u fow days. Send Matcmcnt of case,
ultUbtaini) lor circular. 1
w- nit ...e 1 x rnr Men On v. ItCDletow till urnca iiocim
i-ree iriUSeiim Ol VntlLOIIiy ihousanilsollurlositles.'riiol a a. m.UBp.m.
llfe-lllto models nnd flitureG deeply Impress tho mlud;-a fcchool of ln-l Sundays 10 12.
atruollou eermon without v.ords. ....
u it Ihnuntnaotlaiiaslted li tha bank, which I alll forfeit for about ilseRsu that I cannot CBrti.
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
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fee-out iry or 'Jer
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trirt 10 pur rnllr jd furo nud liutul Mils, und 110
rluwo, it woluil toe in If jou h.ivouttu iuri.
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lalllit, Sliieiilin I'lttelitr.lllluuulll.SolA'l hiemt.
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that o Kiiir.imei tgiurn. ttutollcll tlio most
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JO rentes' par week.
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Tlio MRUCANTrTiB IS THE FAVORITE TEN CENT CIGAIt.
rom-ilo hi all 1'lrsi-class Dt-alirs Hamifartured hv tli F. It. IIIL'K W.'ltCANI II. 1: ( II. Alt
(O. Tactory No JOl St. I.ouls, Mo Ciias W r.A Mil, Western Atft., Wl I.ydU Ave, ICas. rltjr
Tor Inebriety anil Morphinism, 710 Wyandotte St., Kansas City, Ho.
S75-A uimw.iii: touitsi: or iici:.imi:.m'-37s
Drorrrml The WHirrel euro Is the ulde,t cute. It li Indorsed by the U, S ijomriiment. andl tha
rt It P fcl 1U! 1 only one that positively ciiirantnH In workliiuii eouiple'io unit twriuaneiit cure, lletraruof Itnl-
, litlons. Hreollrct tlieie Is 1111 W In rrll Jnitltiun In Kansas city, Kansas.
YOUR LIGHT UNDER
THAT'S JUST WHY
I I U New York Life Buildinp-.
Deatherage - Lumber Company, J
1 UflTH, SHINGLES, SflSfl, DOORS AND BLINDS
Yanl iiiul Oillro
05tl Santa If hi.
I Telephone 23?
BANK NOTE CO.
Kansas City, mo.
BANK AND MERCANTILE STATIONERY,
LlTHOOEAPa O0ND3 BT0CK CERTIFICATES
tOK ALL KINDS Or COKrOKATlO.SH.
WRITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES.
1 tfiiVliSS-SsHsSSs 1 JMILY JOUIiNAL, 10c WEEK THK JOUit.NA, 10c Week
Truti all furoi f
Consult vtios I'ukl.
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Kaua. Cltj, Jlu.
New York Life Building.
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Foreign Drafts Issued on All Tarts of tho Old World.
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Corner Niuoteunth nml Wyoiniiij? Sts., Knnsas City, Mo.
ui rows ou-icK-uuisr- iiuiiiumj.
THE RAFINER ELEVATOR WORKS,
jiuuiiciurr ana uepairers of
1425 and 1427 Wain Street - - - Kansas City, Missouri.
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WOODWARD, FAXON & CO..
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, k
Ul-ALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND QLASS, ' U
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