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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AVR1L 21 ; 189;?.
MAY TEST ITS VALIDITY.
DOf.t) rACKINCI COMfANV APFKCTRII
1V XIIK l'tltll llUTTKll LAW.
At Meeting Soon (n Jt Itrlit It Will
llo Decided Whether In Do Inln
Court or 3loe to Knnni.
It I not unlikely that Hie DoM racking
Company, the only one of. the pucklnff
companies which will suffer from the puro
butter law, which was appro ed y Gov
ernor Stone yesterday, will lest the atld
it - of the mrasura In. the courts, It this
course Is decided upon the law will be re
stated on grounds of Irregularities during
its pissaire. If leirat redress Is not sought
the company will remove Us buttcrlno
plant to Wichita this summer.
The bill which ntn approed by the gov
crnor Is a substitute for house bill No. 62
nnrt prohibits the coloring of any substance
made In Imitation of butter. The Dolds
ore the only parties nrfectetl by the law,
hitause their establishment Is the only
one on the Missouri side. Mr. J. Martin
,Iono9, who holds a responsible position
with the company, said Inst nlsht:
"There seem to have been IrreRUlarltlei
with the passage of the bill. It was ncvi-r
rend In the legislature In Its entirety. It
Is possible that we may contest the law on
that ground. I belloe that the courts In
the stale of Michigan )me decided that a
bill must be read In full nt least once In
the leRlstature before It becomes n law,
nrnl that was not done In the case of this
bill. In every Instance It was read by Its
title only. I thtnk that Mr. l.yman has thu
it til davits of both Clerks of the IcKlslaturo
provlnir this. If we see that there Is rny
thlnjr in this, after we have talked the
matter over with our nttorncjs. we may
contest the law. If we do not receive any
encouragement from them, we shall move
our hutterlno factory to Wichita, We can
do this as cheaply, perhaps more cheaply
that we can tight the Inn. Still we do not
like the Idea of being driven out of Mis
souri. "I rather suppose the legislature Intend
ed to help the farming Interests of the
Btate by the passage of the bill. That it
did not do. 1 bellec It hurt the farmers,
for the farmers of this state are more giv
en to raising stock than they nre to en
gaging In dairying. This law Is directed
against the Btock raising element. I sup
pose that the governor feels that In sign
Inir this bill he Is nctlng in the Interest of
the farmers. That Is what he was given
to understand Is the case, though the re
verse wtis fully demonstrated to him. Sta
tistics show that Missouri Is not a dairy
state, but a stoclc raising state. This leg
islation was simply in interest of the
Dairymen's Association, the headquarters
of which are in St. Louis. While the bill
was before the sennte there were from ten
to twenty-five of these dairymen continu
ally nt the senate, lobbIng for it. The
principal one of thee was a man who is
seeking the olllce of dairy commissioner.
We can move our factory to Wichita very
easily and cheaply, and If we go we shall
take awny from here the forty or fifty
men who work in our butterlne depart
ment. The thing that worries us Is the
shortsightedness of the senate and the
governor, and the manner In which the
bill was carried through the legislature.
It was an underhanded piece of work nil
through, and I know- positively that the
bill would never have become a law If we
had used money to prevent It. One of the
dairymen In attendance upon the legisla
ture told me that they had gained their
point and that it had cost them some
money to do It."
It Is easily foremost in purity, strength
nud keeping qualities. Dr. Trice's Halting
WORK OF HIGHWAYMEN.
rolltn Kept IIcikt limiting for Itnld and
Dangerous Mill-Two Arrests Mndr.
There were llely times in the West bot
toms yesterday morning between 3 o'clock
and daylight. A saloonkeeper, a fireman
who was on a furlough from lire heart
quarters and a colored laborer were held
up at different points and the St. Louis
avenue police WLre kept stirring nt a
quick pace to find the offenders. Tollce
men lies don and Jackson dirt good wotk
in capturing two toufitii who knocked
down and brutally beat William Davis, a
colored mnn, at the Bluff street bridge
about 2.30 o'clock in the morning. The
men's names were J. J. Shea and Tom
McTlgue, and they assaulted Davis be-cauae-he
refused to give them money with
which to get bometmng to cat, Davis dirt
not appear to make a charge of attempted
highway robbery against the two men
yesterday morning, at police headquarters,
and thej- were taken before Police Judge
Jones nnd given tlfty dajs each In the
workhouse on a charge of vagrancy. It
Is believed that both men have criminal
records and an Investigation will be made
during their confinement In the work
house. Shortly after Shea and JIcTIgue wore ar
rested It was reported at tho St. Louis
avenue police station that two masked
men had entered the bar room of the
Hlue Grass hotel, at the corner of Seven
teenth and Genesee streets nnd held up
C. W. Coll, w ho had charge of the saloon,
at the point of le vol vers. The two men
commanded Coll to step out from behind
the 1 ar and one of the highwaymen went
behind and took nil the change from tho
cash register. In all about J15. Then ho
remarked to Coll, with a laugh, that bus
iness must have been dull that night nnd,
In order to liven it up, he suggested that
Coll should drink with him. With mock
gravity the highwayman wet a bottle out
on the bar and Coll took a drink with
the other masked men with all the good
grace ho could muster. Then the two foot
pads slipped out a side door nnd before
Coll could inlse an nlarm both dlsappcaied.
Policemen were sent nt once to the spot
but failed to llnd any trace of tho rob
bets. In the meanwhile, J, J, Willis, a fireman
nt llro headquarters, who was on his way
along Union avenue, was held up near
Mulberry street by two rough looking
men who asked him to give them some
money, Willis had $10 or JM with him,
having been paid his salary the day pre
vious, nnd wan afraid to take any money
from his pocket to give to tho men for
fear that they ml.ilit notice he had n
considerable amount and assault him.
He therefore told them he had nothing.
One of tho men told him they proposed
to have some money and that, although
Uo hated to do so, they Intended to
knock down the first man they met who
had uny and rob him. They then produced
two ugly looking billies, shook them In
his face and told him to get away ns fast
as he could, remarking that It was lucky
for him they had caught him broke.
The police learned late yejterday after
noon that Hhe.i and McTIguo had recently
romo to this country from South America,
though they were formerly Kansas Clty
offenders. It Is believed that they have
been connected with numerous crlmlnnl
escapades, and that un Investigation will
reveal that their capture was an Im
Tho olllclnl food analyses hy the United
States government show tho Itoy.al to be n
fiure cream of tartur baking powder, the
ilghext In strength, evolving loo.U cubio
Inihts of leavmlng gas per single ounce of
powder. There were eight other brands of
cream of tartar powdeis tetted, and their
average strength was less than ill cubic
Inches of gas per ounce of powder,
W llmm It ii k In Kiiusns City,
Charles Wilson, who was taken to Little
liock n few weeks ago on a charge of
holding up a street car, returned to Kansas
s City Krlrtay morning, having been dis
charge! by the Little Hock courts. ISarly
yesteiday morning there was a light on
Grand avenue, near Twelfth street, and
twu of the lnrtleipnnts were seen by po.
llcemui, while running west on Twelfth
Mieet. One was caught and proved to be
Pinky Illltz. The other, who ran down
nn ulloy and escaped, was said to be
Wilson. Tho man who was assaulted
failed to Identify Illltz and said he did not
know Wilson. No urrests were made.
Wilson was a visitor at police headquarters
'Iliern Is Hunger In It.
The cup that makes merry Is not the only
cup, the (.omenta of which one should guard
against. In the cooling cup as well lurks
the foe to lualth and happiness. The mat
ter of puie Ico comes home to every fam
ily, and before you decide who will bo
jour Ice man, ascertain whether his Ice was
i ut from nonds In which tho merry crowds
bathed nil summer, or whether It comes
from purer bouices, You can make no mis
take if J'U use the pure Ice made from dls.
tilled and rebolled water, the only strictly
Ibglenlo Ice, made by the Kansas City
Ice and Cold Storage Company.
Nut Ice nf Discontinuance.
We moit respectfully notify (he public,
mora especially the provision trade of
Kansas City and surrounding- country, that
we have discontinued our Kansas City
branch, This notice to date as of April
1, 1895. THOMAS GOULARD & CO.,
Inspectors and Weighers, Lard, FrotUloai,
April 20, 1693. M,
lied Clover Tea-
Ask your druggist for Towne Red Clover
tea. The best spring medicine you can
take for the blood. 60 cents. Contents
makes one pint.
Don't Blame Spring
That Tired Feeling
It isn't Sprinp
You Out. It is
Your Blood Needs Cleansing
Now is the Time to Take
the Standard Blood Purifier,
Teople who suffer with that tired
feeling should ronictnber that it In not
tho season which mnlce them tired
and causes the languor, lasMtutlo nnd
Lack of ambition, hut it Is tho condi
tion in which the season finds thrm.
If the blood was pute nnd full of vi
tality tho wnrmcr weather would not
necessarily cause that tired feeling.
The truth i, the blood has become
loaded with impurities and has lot
the vitality nnd richness which nie
required to supply the nerves, mus
cles and organs of tho body with the
Purifies the Blood
It is tho only True Blood 1'urifier rioinlnrntljr
In the rublio Eye Today. 15o Suio to Get Jloorf1
A BENEFICENT GIFT.
Moat flensing Itrsuils A Kansis City Mnn
Something About Ills Methods
nnd llemiirkulite Towers.
"Here are the silent witnesses which pro
claim my victories over dlsea.se," paid Dr.
Carson, pointing to a. stack of crutches and
canes In a corner of the room. "These
crutches belonged to persons whose cases
the doctors had pronounced Incurable. This
pair belonged to a prominent citizen who
was told that he could never walk without
them again. I treated him three weeks
and hero nre the crutches. The gentleman
may be seen riding a safety about the
streets any day."
"How do you effect these cures without
the use of medicine?" was asked.
"It is rather difficult to evnlaln." said
Dr. Carson. "I possess a healing power
wnicn is tne gut ot nature, this i nave
practiced for years, and I have learned to
equalize the conditions of nature. 1 do
not hypnotize or mesmerle, I simply Im
part tne magnetic natural power, wnicn in
vigorates and assists In building un na
ture Itself. There are now three fund i-
mental elements in the practice or phy
sicians medicine, surgery and what Is
generally termed Chrlstl in Science. I
practice neither of these. Vital treatment
alone has effected nil of my wonderful
cutes. The art of vltnl healing Is a gift
which will surmount disease It nature has
not been too severely abused. Hero is a
gall stone which I removed titter one
treatment. It Is one of the largest ever
seen. The patient Is now as healthy ns
the day she was born. Drugs and surgery
tonve manv honeless cases and fill many
graves. Hut the people are rapidly awaken
ing to me iruiu, wnicn nes in uumm it
self." rr. rrnrson has his offices and consulta
tion rooms at 903 Uroadway. In Kansas
City, Mo., and numbers among his patients
many of the best known citlens of the
community, and his testimonials comprise
some cures which are nothing but wonder
PARTY OF GRA1N SHIPPERS.
laitertalneil by Members, of tho Knnsas Clt
Hoard of 'Iraile Ulg -.111111116111 of
The board of trade yesterday entertnlned
a large delegation of Urown county, Kns.,
grain shippers who came to town on the
Invitation of J. II, Itobblns, of Everest,
Kns.. nn elevator man of that place. The
party numbered llft. Including the Everest
Silver Cornet band. It was met nt the
depot bv the committee appointed by the
board of trade and escorted to the ex
change building, where speeches were
made by President J. K. Duldson, at the
board of trade, and W. II. Heed, whkh
were lespoiuled to by Ml Itobblns and
other visitors. After some refreshments
were taken the party adjourned to the
Hotel Savoj, wherK they took iiuarters. In
the afternoon they lsdted the pai-klng
houses nud the stoclr yards and were
shown other Interesting i-tghts.
The Missouri I'.icllle train that brought
the excursionists to town also brought In
thirty-two cars of choice wheat, consigned
to various Kansas City parties. It made
the run fiom I'.verest, a distance of seventy-six
milts, In Just three hours.
Among the excursionists were: J. St.
Itobblns, Hd Henry. 13. M. Kopeetz. J
Itobblns, a. 12 Kemdson, 11 . Jones,
II. It. Wyatt, H. J. Lyons, 1J. A. Lyons,
Thomas Mornk, William I'lter. John Jesse,
'. II. Henendoffer. Jacob Mornk, J. M
Crouch, W, C. Alexander, Charles I'
Johnson, C, II. Ilolcomb. W. T. Kemper,
T. C. Honnell, 11, I'. Dickens, N. II. How
ell, M. T. Hess, J, A. Ward, Oeorge An
drews, L. L. Luke, T. IS. Howell, W. W.
In using Dr. Trice's Halting 1'owaler you
get tho best results and cftect the gic.atest
of couitsi: hi: hMit.i-u.
Roconler Qunil 1'resentril With u llnnd
When County Itecorder O, II, Queal ar
rived at his olllcu In tho court house yes
terday morning he wore a broad Millie ami
he took pains to shako hands nil around
with his clerks nnd deputies. The reason
why ns explained later. When Mr. Queal
reached his home, at 515 Olive street, night
before last, he was led by Mrs. Queal Into
his library, where was un elegant cared
oak bookcase, which ho wus told was a
present to him from his deputies nnd
clerks at the court houses In this city and
Cliamberlalu's Colic, Cholera and Dlnrrhum
This Is the best medicine In the world for
bowel complaints. It acts quickly and can
always be depended upon. When reduced
with water It Is pleasant to take. Try It.
and like many others jou will recommend
It to jour friends.
Christian Kndeavor Ill-Monthly Unity.
The bi-monthly rally of the local union
of Christian Kndeavor will be held Thurs
ray night. April SJ. in the i'list 1'resby
terlnu church, corin-r of Tenth and rorest
avenue. A programme of consldirnble In
terest has been prcp.ueu by the social com
mittee uf tho local union, under whoso
supervision the tally will bo given. Huv,
A. H. I'hllllps, pastor of the South Pros
pect Christian i hutch, will deliver nn tid
iness on the topic, "unity and Diversity,"
and Thumas Jones, the state president, is
expected to be picseut to conduct u ques
Mr, J. A. I'latner. of St. Joseph, will repre
sent the International Christian Ihideuvor
convention, to be held In Huston during
July, giving all desired Information con
cerning the otllclal route chosen by the
stato transportation tommlttee. tha ex
pense, etc. Tho rally will close with a
social half hour spent In the parlors of
the church, together with music, and a
"promise" of lefieshments. The local un
ion banner will also be contested for,
The wife of Mr, P Hoblnson. a promi
nent lumberman of Uartwlck, Ji 1 was
sick with rheumatism far live months. In
speaklnt; of It, Mr. Hoblnson says: "Cham
berlain's 1'aln, Hulm Is tho only thing
that gave her any rest from pain. For
the relief of pain tt'eannot be beat." Many
very bad cases of rheumatism have been
cured by It.
Use only Hygienic Ice. The health of your
family demands it. It U made from dis
tilled water. ,
strength nnd vigor which in a healthy
condition they possess.
Let the blood be purified with
Hood's S.arsnpaiilla and that tiled
feeling will tlis.tppc.ir and thiough
tho mild weather of spting anil sum
tucrthcto will bo tho Fame elasticity
and vitality of mind and body which
a perfectly lic.ilthy person possesses
at all seasons of the year.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great
blood purifier anil strength builder.
It is tho best spiing medicine, nerre
tonic and nppcti;er. It cures that
tired feeling because it
AN ERROR CORRECTED.
Mrs. r. r. 1 lioinpMni, of the Hall llulldlnir,
Mas ot VMted by s,-crct mttIc
Otllreri, ns Stated.
In the account of the work of the secret
service otllcers, who were here last week
looking after some of the counterfeit
stamps sent to Kansns City from Chicago,
on information furnished by the secret
service otllcers, the Journal ertoneously
stated that the olhcers had visited the
rooms of .Mrs. I'. II Thompson, of 103 nnd
IOC HnlUbulldlng, and that she had been
one of the parties who had used the stamps
Who was vllted by the officers was not
Mrs. P. H. Thompson, of 405 nnd W Hall
building. Mrs, ! H. Thompson has been
doing business heie i-Ince lhsj, and had not
purchased or tispil any of the stamps.
The information on which the Journal re
lied was erronlous, and It is but due Mrs.
K. 12. Thompson to ly that she has had no
trouble ot nnj kind with the postal au
thorities, nor has she used any of tho
Mrs. r. 12 Thompson has but on' busi
ness enterprise managing the Thompson
garment cutlet and devotes her entire time
ami attention to that.
Mrs. r. 12. Thompson, who has rooms at
4" .and 4(M Hull building, Is the inventor
ond piopilctor of tho Thompson Universal
Harmon Cutter, and has been doing a
large business In the city for over a dozen
ears. She Is the widow of Colonel ! K.
Thompson, who was a well known mem
ber of r.arragut post prior to his death.
She is also relate d to S D. Thompson, the
well known writer on crlmlnnl law, at St.
I.otiIs. Her Invention Is one of merit, and
her Increasing business shows its grow
ing populailty with the l.nlles of the land.
Since putting it on the in irket she lias
faunil sales all over the land, from lirltlsh
Columbia to Xovla Scotia, and to the
Islands south of Plorlda, nnd from the At
lantic to tin' l'aciilc. It Is a concise, brief
an I comprehensive svstem of garment cut
ting, and is reissued and Improved each
Mrs. Thompson Is no way related to
Mrs. Lulu Thompson, whose otTlce Is on the
same lloor of tho building, nnd who Is al
so tending out a large amount of adver
tising mntter for the enterprise she has In
Mrs. F, 12. Thompson Is well known In
the city, and her useful device Is In general
use among the ladles of the city.
READY TO RLE HIS BOND.
Dr. li. ). Collin Did Not Qualify Yesterday
on An omit of the Dentil of ttie
Dr. fleorge O. Collin, city physlclan
olect, did not qualify and tnko posses
sion of his oilice yesteiday .an ho ex
pected. IIu attended the death bed of 1).
X. Ilvnns, an uncle of Mayor Davis,
who died ut 12 30 o'clock. This nnd the
sickness of Comptroller Shannon, who
was in his oillce only a few minutes,
made It neeess.uy for Dr. Colllti to post
pone action In the- matter until to-morrow-.
He called ut Mr Shannon's ofllco
mini li.ul his bond tilled out ready for
the signatures of himself and bonds
men .mil will Ille It early In the morti
iiiK, tnko the oath of olllcu and then
wait on Dr Cniw.
The story that Dr. Collin has not been
commissioned was laughed at by tho
doctor when It was shown to him. He
said he had' tho commission nnd had
his bond lend)' All that Is necessary
Is to ille the bond nnd take the oath of
otllco to complete his title to the place.
Tho commission vvna Issued early be
fore Mnyor Davis left the city Friday
In leading hotels and elubs and In the
homes of the most Intelligent peoplo
Price's Haklng I'owder Is always used.
V. M. C. A. Membership Content.
A special effort Is being made by the Y,
M. C. A, to add 3m) now members to their
already largo membership, on account of
the attractions being offered, The nth
letlo park at Twelfth nnd I'orter Itoad is
lapldly being put In shape, nnd will bo
ready for use by May 1. A quarter mile
bicycle track has been made, ond rolled
with a twUvc-ton roller, so that It Is In tho
veiy best shape.
Tennis courts have been laid out, and
also a baseball diamond, that the park may
ho fully equipped for athletic use, A club
houso Is btlug put up, to contain baths and
lockers, and the grounds will bo laid out
in a rustic manner.
The association building, on Ninth nnd
Locust Mieets, will be open as usual dur
ing the summer months, where members
may use the privileges tho same as at
The following four membership contest
teams havo been appointed:
C. II. Klrshntr. captain! J. II. Hrlnker
holf, H. W. Moore, Thomas Mc.N'ull. J, W,
Mill, Will Ithodes, 12. C. liower.
H. M. Hoeker, captain; C, G, Hutcheson,
Lou (laskell, J. 1), Hub.anks, S. A. Voor
bees, O. I'. Hnney. I'aul lleardsley, G. V,
Lewis. 12. K. Thornton.
W. II need, captain; Elmer It. Waters,
John M. Atley, Dean How Iter. Uobert
12nnls, M. II, Gowdy, 11. 1". Langvvorthy.
D, M. IDnds, eaptnln; Cllrf Ilowman, II,
M. Ashley, IV C. Kocmpff, L. 12. Halrd,
I'aul Illshopberger, Joseph It. iendorft.
In baking powders It Is safer to use the
Royal only, un article that many years' ex.
perleuce has proved most etllcient. and
which has been otllclally demonstrated pure
IIU Iteslgnatlnn Not Accepted.
City Clerk Qraham was unable to see
tho mayor jesterday In order to discuss
tho question of the acceptance of his reslg.
nation. Mr, Graham forwarded the letter
and leaves for Jefferbon City this morn
ing, leaving the oftlce In charge of W. E.
Sullivan, his chief deputy. It Is under
stood that Mayor Davis will not accept
thu resignation, but will let tho upper
house confirm n successor in order to avoid
any legal complications which might other
wise arise. He will notify the upper house
to-morrow night, when the council meets,
that tha resignation has been received, and
cull the attention of the members to tho
immediate necessity of confirming; a suc
cessor, From all accounts Chamberlain's Cough
Remedv is a Godsend to the afliicted. There
Is no advertisement about this; .w just
feel like sajing It, The Democrat, Carroll
WILL SELL YOU
Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Shades,
LAGE CURTAINS AND STRAW MATTINGS
At 25 Per Cent Less than any
House in the City, and that,
too, on easy payments.
COR. I2TH and
II08-IIIO MAIN STREET.
tcv Spring Capes, Suits
Wo Carry a Full Lino of Bicyclo Suits and Bloomors.
II08-IIIO MAIN STREET.
You are Ihinktug about
PIAXOS call and set
us. We carry the very
finest line of goods and
can please you nt every
way. We sell
You surely cannot do
KANSAS CITY PIANO CO,
1215 MAIN ST.
K. K. KlbSIIKDi:, I MAN.UIKK
suit Rhoum, Tottor,
Psoriasis, BarborB' itch
Itching Pllos, Aono
And all otber diseases of the SKIN
promptly and completely cured or money
lefunileil. No matter how lontf ou luive
had It or how m.my have failed. Only u
few weekb' treatment necessary In the
most obstinate cases. Improvement be
Klns with tho llrst treatment. No detention
from business, i'atlents treated bucctss
fully by mall,
AN UNSOf.UUTIIH I.KTTIIII.
No. 218 American Hank llulldlnir.
Kansas City, Mo , March 19, IMi.
Gentlemen ; After beliiR treated for over
two years by the best slJn specialists In
Kansas City, uml receiving no benefit,
1 take pleasuro In recommendlnR jour
treatment, I was promptly cuted by ou
over a year ago and there has never been
a return of the disease. Itesueetfully.
IIOItACU L. HOY.
AH Special, Nervous, Blood. Private
and Genlto-Urlnnry Diseases treated by
competent specialists at very reasonable
terms. Urinary analvtls, consultation and
book free at otllce or by nialL
Tho IV J, Jtatlftml Eczema Co ,
Specialists. Oftlces. 33S and 337 New Itldge
bids., Kansas City, Mo. Also open Suu
days from 19 a. ut. to 1- m.
. -n, w. ra 'Y n via jus
: ' F IJI 'it'" (I Mj
r "' r 'i jts
M-JzZlSZ&itiZSZZ"""1"" " i rri t-S L
Ik. k. v.
and Dress Skirts.
Double Imported Clay Worsted Capes
lay vvorsicu tapes
full no Inches sv pop, tailor
stitching anil turn down
collar, true to tho pletttro,
actual value SI, Montlny....
Double Ker.sey Capes, Tailor Stitched.
ies, Tailor Stitched.
Igureil Mohair, lined
Also n lot of Mucin and
iloublu Clay Illtiiftinal Capes,
trimmed, with lir.iiil nnil
lace, nil lengths, actual
I)rcs Skirts of figured Mohair, lined
throughout with perc.iline,
two bo"C pl.tits five yards
wide, actual value $.".00,
Vvit rlnn't Ifiinw
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saifStKft Soda is until you
'ilmintem try it at the
Sfcwfeaasf Ul ll
THE WEATHER IS HOT
Ami Yiiil Will Nteil a
Gasoline Stove or Gas
To make life comfortable. We
have a large stock of each, all
new ami fresh, and wo invito
you to examine our goods, for
we can save you money when
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No. l'J W. Ttntli Street.
k. , :
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Alio agants for tbe Old itelUblt
Stewart Cook Stoves
We are manufacturers of all III lid j of Metal
VV urU and make a specialty of Corntct Work.
1415 Grand Ave.
Our Candy Is Free
I'rotn all Impurities, and we deal In
Candles only; make nothlni; but the Best
and fell at 15c, 2Jc, 40c, 60c and COc a
HOME MADE CANDY CO,,
TENT AND AWING CO,
Awnings of all kinds. Tents ot
all kluds. Flags. lUullns, Cov
ers of all kinds, btnd lor prices.
Telephone 101 L
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It Is to Be a Great Week at
DOGGETT D. G. CO.'S
Lay aside niefces, dimes, quarters and dollars,
which we save you each time you come to this POP
ULAR STORE, and you can put away a bag of
money every year.
FOR 3 DAYS, C0MMENCIH0 MONDAY.
LINEN AND WHITE GOODS DEPT.
In the White Goods depart
ment we include nil choice
white cotton fabrics for ladies'
dress wear, for ladies' under
wear and for children's use. Vc
have a most extensive stock of
all staple and novel weaves.
Hvv Itt Mull, India Dimity Htrlpei
Itulla .M11IK JinlliiJJInilty Checks,
l'enlati l.avvni, India Linens,
Victoria Lawns, .Mudelr.i Cambrics,
KiikIIMi Nnlmooki, Trench XtiluookB,
Kri'iicli Orii.tntlles, Dotted Kvvlsi,
Soft Cambrics, Mnmlln Cloth,
Welt 1'lnuM, Tarlatans,
I'tncj Striped Marseilles,
Tambour Striped Pintles,
FlKUruil Sniped Muillns,
Mnrlonetto Striped Brilliants,
lUyon Pot Mtisllnt,
Cnrrcnn Dot Muslins.
English Long Cloth, 30 and 15
inches wide, in beautiful soft finish.
Imported English Checks and
Stripes from 2!5c up.
10 pieces Whito Dotted Swiss, 2,ric
quality, Monday 5c
An immense shipment of
direct from Switzerland, saving you
otio largo profit
Whito and colored in this magnifi.
cent collection. Will ho very fash
ionahlo for Ladies' Shict Waists, as
well as for Drosses complete
J0c, 45c, 50ci Hoe, GOe,
Goc, 70c, HOc, Hoc.
Be sure to secure, first choice. By
the 10th of May last our wholo im
ported lino was sold out.
CO pieces Striped Dimities, all
white, neat pin stripes, worth 20r,
50 pieces Black Linen Lawn, with
white figures, will ho sold at.... 6 It;
Remember these are as advertised
and cannot be duplicated for loss
than 2 Of.
The largo arrival on Saturday of
now fabrics t-hould ho enough to
sharpen your interest and get you to
buying as never befoie.
Such an array of exquisite designs
in Organdies, Ginghams, Plisse, Tc
viot Suitings, Duck Suitings, Swivel
Silks, etc., has never licforo been
shown in Ivausas City.
It is exceedingly iutetcsting to find
so many leturu to buy after shopping
Figured lush Lawns again Monday
10c instead of 12 jC
UI1 1 IT O" Coino to racog-
IIIJ3, ni.ed headquarters
got tho host linings tho real hair
rloth, plain h'roneh, in black, gray
and wliiti', or tho Amoiieau if you
prefer tho real herringbone, in black,
gray and whito, all widths hero tit
pi ices no dealer moots with liko qual
ity. Sales aio beyond all precedent.
DOGGETT DRY GOODS CO.
Phone 179 MERRILL.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED-
KANSAS CI TV, Mli.uurl. ST. I.OIUS, Mlisiiiirl, WICHITA, Kiituai.
Comer Nineteenth nntl Wyoming- Sts., Kansas City, Mo.
in kih.v (iriit!i:-iii:iM' iiiiii.uimj.
. W. WOODWARD.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
(206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Noar Union Depot), Kansas City, Mm,
THE RAFINER ELEVATOR WORKS,
1425 and 1427 Main Street
tbe only one ibat guarantees to tba patient la writing a aura and perinanenv
cure, and tho ouly ouo tbat his never Injured tbe health ot a elngle patient.
710 WYANDOTTE STREET, KANSAS CITY, AtO.
F. M. DEARDORFF,
Estimates (urnlsbed on all kind of liulldlng Material,
Country Trade and Car Shipments specially Miiciud.
S0TU AND VJKE tmthfcTS. KAM8AJ) GITS', MIStiOVBI.
100 pairs All Linen Hemstitched
Pillow Cases, Monday only . . . . 89c
These are sold by the pair.
2fi0 do7.. All Linen Cream Damask
Towels very special by tho Ariz
These aro intended for hotels and
Not old stock, but new designs
and standard qualities a splendid
chanca to improve the home at littlo
Wo shall sell at reduced prices .13
long as wc can, but the opportunity
can't possibly last much longer.
Put it down as a pusitivo fact that
bettor values do not exist any whore.
8T5 yds. Best All Wool Ingrains,
early prico T0c, now 55c
Ono lot best quality Tapestry
Brussels, with or without Borders,
S5c, for 62o
Axminsters, Moqucttos, Body
Brussels, equally cheap.
Japanese Hugs all sizes and col.
ors, less than you cvor heard of.
HO Kolls, worth H 0.00, for.. 1.00
100 Kolls, worth 8.00, for.. 0.00
l.-.O Kolls, worth !).fl0, for.. ?.()()
ar. Kolls, worth lO.fiO, for.. ()()
:iG Kolls, worth 11.50, for.. ).()0
JAPANESE COTTON WARP
25 Kolls, worth 12.50, for. . .$t0.00
32 Kolls, worth 1. '1.50, for... 11.00
II Kolls, worth ll.50.for... 12.00
18 Kolls, worth 17,50, for... M.00
25 Kolls, worth 18.00, for... 15. 00
This is our sharo of 2,000 piacos
bought at Spot Cash prices from au
importer who wanted money much
moro than Mattings,
Our Monday Unparalleled Offer.
Grand aggregation sale of 175,000
yards of the choicest Needlework
ever shown. Three months of nctivo
preparation for this Monday event
lias produced this great aggregation
which appeals to ovory one. Evory
overstocked manufacturer has been
relieved with our cash, every surplus
lot anywhere obtainable has been
snapped up and here we are:
Aggregation Sale Of lino, neat
Needluvvork Baby Edgings and
Sets Nrcdlowoik for bridal trous
seaux Floiiticings, for summer, con
firmation, for graduating drcs-cs
Aptil Klouui'iugs Allovers and Yok
ings in short, all sorts of Embroid
eries gathered in immense quantities
and olfercd in many instances at half
Umbrellas and Parasols
Sales are "Doubling Up "
Wo undorsull eveiybody in town
in this line, saving each customer
from 25o to 2.00. Don't buy with
J. W. Merrill,
24th and Summit Stt.
J, C. HOKTO&
ud ttepalw or
jnminc nq nouiuf
- Kansas Citya Missouri.
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1'IIINJSM. lb. folloHlng aula,
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aro ab&ultltt'lv true It U the old.
est Unowu lufJU'il cure; lb oldest and ttie only
reaulus anil crlaUi.il cur In Iba wo Km.is Cltrs
the only euro lailoreed and adopted by the Untied
States Eorerument authorltl.a en an lnrrisilif.iilon:
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