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Tllf, KANSAS CTTY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1895.
TEMPERANCE DAY AT OTTAWA
A WOMAN'S NERVES,
.jJa&tM -tjirtiwmm- .
R . M
Amni'ATM or ritoiiiuii ion ami
.Mlllttl,l I II. I. IDItll I'MiK.
Dr. (tniKinlnt, of ( hll mo, llclhrrnl I lie
Sfrniim ittul 11 1 nipct-.iiHo I imler
imo M.n CniKlnrliil hj Jlr.
.Mc.Vfer, uf 'liipclot.
Ottawa. Kit.. June 2." -(Ppprlal.) To-day
In Temperance las. No more Important
day comes on the pronrnmtne imh onr
than thl one. and ho on theme, pollly,
I inoto ettiphnsltM than tlv ti mn r-nn -
iiftloTl, Dr. Mllner, .rrldint of the n
fembi)'. lw peetnft to mntto thi rtny
programme ti lirlrrhl ppot In the i-'mtly.
lonterdny afternoon the tenure tmi pm-cr-deil
by a renrtlnic by Ml tliihire l'ulton,
of ICnnMR City, entitled, "The 1-ow Hnrhed
rut." ITofewnr llelir plnyed nn necom
pnnlntent on the plntio. Ilev J. IicU'llt
Miller delivered a lcolure on "Love, t'ourl
plilp nwl Mrrlai?r." AlthotiRh tlio lecture
has been delivered here on former occn
lon, It line been remodeled, nnil proett
to be ni Intereetlni? n ii new lecture.
The Woman's Council ll'tened to n. paper
by Mrs. Holltn Wltic li, of ICiUims City, Mo ,
on the topic, "The New Ktlilcs In rictlon."
The pnper v.. tx discussion of Rome of the
morn recent works of llctlon, especially
"Trilby," mill Inip'lred Into the liitluelico
thnt they biixo upon thMr render" Mrs.
Winch thoroughly believes In tho "ncft
woman," but as thoroughly believes In lb"
"jipvv inftti," ntul ndvocims n, slnsle Ktillid
iird of morality, ntid do' s not ocree, with
the crltbs of 'Trill))" that Hull book litis
u contrary Inlliienee
At tho U. 1.. H. C. round tnble. l)r Mlllier
held nn Informal conferem h on the sub
ject of "Journalism." Dr. .Mltner took tip
the Journalism or the Kreneh, width ho
designated ns goslp i th" JIiikIIiIi. vvlihli
lie regarded ns dull and dlaiilll'd, itnd Un
American, on vvblrh ho roiidurli'd the uuis
tlon bo, nnd imsvvered many iiutlon,
Mich n How u joiiiik man should pio
teed who desired to enter n ll'dd of Join
iinlHm; what the leading nn 1 most million
tint papers of the country ore. writ'tlier n
taper founded upon strluiv riirlptlnn prln
ilple' would sticc'id In Aim-rlin. Me. At
tlie cloe of his leinnrkH Miss Kate 1 . Ivlm
boll. of llufiiilo, N , swrttnrj of the '.
I. H ".. nave n short talk on tho lourso
of nndlniT for tho ctimlnit iar
The Sundnv sUiool teaehi is HllilUal cas
(Mtldled th'- Jntermttluiial Uffoii lioin lifiit
eronomy l 13-13. .. , , , ,,.
At tho . C. T. V. round tnbte, Miss
Leech, of linker unlversltj, nave mi elocu
tionary ri'dtnl. , . , .
At 7 o'clock last nlRht an Informal I wep
tlon was tendoied bv th't rrlends and metii
bnts of the 1, S C to .Miss Kale I.
Klmbnll, of lluffnlo, N V . who Is the io
rnarv of the Clmiit.iuiiun I ride. Miss
Klmh'all, as seen lr ut the Mine, Is In
communication with almost c-vcrv- tni'mbn,
nnd all Chautuuiiunin thiouirliout the
country hive u personnl liit'i-t In Hit,
nnd It Is no small pilvlleKi- that Ottawa
assembly has of havlm, a vMt from Iut
this tur. The Owl Club orohnlia vyas
present, nnd furnished inusle Dr. Hurlb t
inndc a few remniks, followed bv lr MII
niT. who voiced tho wilcomc of the Kindts
Cluiutnuquaiis. Mls lClmball spoki' of her
hatlsfactlon In belUK irtpnt. (he vvoik of
tho circle In ninetnl, and her Impieoslon
of the stnte and the nsseniblj.
The cvinlim hour was oteupled by n
era ml concert, which was undoulitedl) the
best that has ns set In en Riven this sear
An excellent proRrnmme was lendeiid.
The mornlnir pruvir mietliic was con
ducted as usual by Vr Huilbut The sub
ject was. "Cor What ThiiiRS Miould Ue
I'ray'" nnd In his rem.nUs he spoke of
tnltlns? nil our trouble no matter or now
minor Importance it tnlKht seem to others.
In nraver to Cod, and dwelt upon what a
privilege It was to talk to tlo'l at . nnj
time, l'rofesi-or Mllnei rollout d with a
.... -nm .rlrd ,,r,nn fho SIltlleCL nill J J
Drake, of Topek.i, made a short talk aloliK
the same line of thought, l'rofessor Kent
delivered his lecture, ".Vatlonnl Crises and
Their Itesiilts," before the UllilUal insti
tute at ! o'clock, and his lectin e prow d to
he one or the most InterestliiR of this
popular scries The class In phvslcal iul
ture met at the same hour, and Miss Doro
thv lllshop save a lesson In the DeInrto
svstom 31Iss Whltmore held another Kln
derKnrten teachers' convention and Mrs
l'reiiszner conducteil the the icirulir ses
sion or tho Youiik 1'cople's class The lire
of Jpshui vva? the lessen studied this
niornliiK. Arter tho regular mornlni; re
hearsal the chorus retired to the nmpht
the iter, where they were photographed.
At the Sunday school normal clas "The
lllv.il Thrones Israel" was thi lesson. The
W c. T V school or methols listened to
n carefulb prepared pnpi r by l)r Carrie
Tifr.inv. or Wichita !! r theme was
Health, the UelUlon or the Hodv " The
Rreat Intluence of heredits was discussed
In an interestlnK innnnei, and the import
nine of parents paimr nttintlon to the
Intluence which they brlnsr to boar upon
children was broncht out
Otner.il John t:aton. c-eominlssloncr of
e tucatlon. WnshlnKton, D . conducted
the (lrst of his series of tenners' i onfer
ern es at 10 o lock He discussed In a
Ktnenil vvaj the ipiallflcatlons of the teach-
r in rcsrard to his healtK morals, kuowl
i iIkc, etc, and asserted tli.it he reitarded
Hi.' most Iniportint iiiinlltleatlnn, not the
t aehers' knowledse, but his aim. purpose
nnd moral charniter A nuestlon bo vv is
c. inducted and General Ilaton answered in
an Intelligent manner the many questions
which were asked.
Mrs l'reuszner'B nrltnirv ti nhers' fh'i
h 1 1 a lesson nn tho "illnckhoard: Hints
In the Woman's council, Mrs Orson Kent,
0 rturlinKton, read a paper upon that
mill h-diBCUsied. but nevtr stttled problem
(f "Mistress and Maid" A usual, the
t ,pic onlkd forth an intero-aliur and valn
it.le discussion, hut It Is iloulilful If the
1 1 lies were nearer a solution or the prob-
1 m at the end than at the beKinnliiR.
I'hls arternonn at 2 o'clock the rvrclsos
nf Tempiranee day beenn bv a sermon by
It aiiUHUiilus J'ollowlnc this a tempei
nivn conferfnie was condin ti d by ,7 II
Mi Afee. or Topeka, president or the Kan
- is Tcniper.mre Tnlon At the close or
n conference I-'rank Heard gave some of
hi- cartoons, heailmr on the tempiranee
0 iestion. The eveplnif ho'H was OLCiipiid
' v the celebrated California poet Pre 1
1 nimerson Ttrooks who read si lections
'. ) in his own works.
'i m: wi.vrji.i.i) chaih-aitoha.
l.icllth Day ( tho Assembly Onuploil hj
Ibn W. '. T. II.
WlnQnld, Kas June 25 (Hpuclal ) The
(i.utli day of the Chautainiiiit Assembly
i is devoted to the W. C. T V. Mrs. Dr.
Hutchinson ltoturcd btfore the school of
m t hoi Is on "Work In Slate and Comity
VflUlrg." Pr. WUtPtt lectin ed this morn-
ii a before the Hlble class on "Samson and
i I'lillistlnoa " At 2 P rn a Demmest
ntest took place, protddul ovi r by Mr.
M Cone. Thi- contestants were J. it
I kes, John Harts. I, P llarion, Marlsl
i napln and Katherlne 1'imloite. Jtev. Wil.
I t, IJdvvurd V VMmt. and 13 C. Clark
ted us indites The t,old medal was
awarded to Sir, John lfnris. Tho Wclllnu-
t it Choral Union rendered a inusitale to.
Tim Hoard id I'iiIiIIc Works Hill .Vjnlll
Advi rtike fur Kills.
Owtnc to tho failure of the maor to sign
the ordinance providing for the manner in
which the contract for thu city Is to be
Jht. the board of jiuWlc works was com
pdlnd to defer action on the nutter yi s
t tday. It will be nstary undtr tha or
dinance to rtadvonlHf, and the board will
t ike no action until the document is ulened.
There will l a meeting Thursday after-r:-on
to take up this matter.
-V petition having bein Hied asklnsc the
'board to ohan;e thw material to be used in
ihc paving of Mulberry street, from Ninth
to Union avenue, from crranite blot kg. to
Mirlitcd brbk, the board resUndtd Us
X petition from William Vlnejard, the
Wirsh estate aiil others was received un I
illud. It asks that the continuation of u
K. crnek suvvcr be undertakm from th.
Iilnt of its present terminus The petition
Is based on the tlO.OuU apportionment
A raajorlt) petition was certlllt-d Eilictini,
ariihaltum as the material for ilu. imuii,
f .-evtnth strtBt, frsim Delaware ig lir jad
wa The followlntr contracts for public sup
plies were awarded. Meats, A ,. Chiinh
jirooeries, V, J. Ilenn, ioal. the Midi u. I
cjal Company, blue prints, 11. A. Stevens.
Another Ordiiume lllvappear..
Latest returns in the milk lixpictor ord
Inanco fall to reveal the abiding place of
the document In addition to thi. the
ordinance piovldliiK fur the removul of all
; qw yards from tho edtv has dlappeareii
In tho same unaccountable maimer. The
iqvv ard ordinance iuk introduced some
tuna ugo, at',' Is In the hands of the lower
house sanltarv cummlti.o. sin tar .,.. thu
lnsooctlon of milk 1 concerned. City I'hi
sicfan Collin sus he will atk the cquncll
to appropriate suillolent money to provldm
will enable the department of health to
tyiaiw. iuc uiavivi,
I'rom the Gale rnv Kfrkuk ti
Mrs Helen Mi Mr- whne home Is in
Chlcaso, nt SSt3 Am m nwinu hts 1 n
feicntly vlslllnpr In r nn le In Dillns mm -ty,
h' tr Keokuk, I i rtlie b i I b n - nl
away from ChlcaRi lv hi r phi iin mi
account of a nervou- milrnir lie ddd b r
ihe vvoitld heVPf femver If she lid hot nA
away frnin the noise .f the tltv, and lie
prencrlbwl fof Iter dnrm her nbsime, but
when she arrived nt Keokuk she Imrl sj
much aboitl Dr. Williams' rink J'His tf r
everyone knotr about these famous puis
then), that she stpl 1 Co, tnrlnir nnd b .
Ban their use. In nn iniervlew with tin
tlale city represintallve he in) i htm the
old story an fnmtllnr to thousands nr m tli
ers, how her nerves priiluallr cave way
uhder the pressure of houi hold ilutli,
how the least excitement woull piotra'e
her for a week, and how thov were iddlni I
to jrlve tip their jesldence near Hie Lake
tfhore drive for n more diilot loi all h Her
nerves; aeetneil always on the point of ex
plosion. Then, too, hrr complexion tinier,
went a choline nnd she beinme so vcllow
nnd sallow- she was ash-urn d to venture
from the house She sail In part:
"1 beRnn to tnke the pills neoor line to
direction and I becan to foil better fiont
the start. My urn le told me two vvieks
after I eommstioed taklnp Pink Pills that he
Kiiessed he would not be afraid to dis
charge his old nrmv musket now, without
vvirnlnir me beforehand, for he dl ln't think
Ifvvollld alfect me nt all. I took i viral
boxes of the Pink Pills and thin 1 vvii
rntdy to ro back to Chb iro My mrvons
ness wns Kone, and tnv loinplexloti was as
rresli as that or nnv ltj- ear-old girl In
Iowa, and Pink Pills is what put the mljr
In my heeks, No wonder 1 nm In siuh
hllth spirits and teel like a pilzc lighter.
And no wonder I like to conic to Keokuk,
for It It had not been for Pink Pills hotiplit
from a Keokuk firm, I would not have been
alive now," laiighliiKl) ccticlinUd t lit Iadv
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all tin
elements iiecejsarv to Klvo new life an I
tidiness to the blood and istur shatter. I
nerves. They me for nle bv all dtuirKtst-,
or may be had by mall from Dr A illlani-Mcdlrlht-
Compui, Si In nei Pi lv. N , for
M cents jict box, or l box. s for S- 10
j no hiijiiiv it a pi:.
Ibey Old "t l.lliii llin Viirl.lniuo sm-.
rniiudhiKs anil Oiiblly l)i parti d.
Yesterday inornliiR a teli phone message
wns received at pollie he idipi irtcrs asking
that the police be oidered to keep a watch
for Mtirj l.'imb, a workhouse prisoner,
who had escapi d ftoui that Institution
sum- tlmo Monday nluht on June -1 she
was sent to the city workhousu for thirty
days. She was Insubordinate and Monday
was placed in a vegetable cave In the irar
den. H' r hands wire hamhtirfcd and a
chain attached to tin in was lastencd to
the door ot the nive The door was left
open to allow veiutl.iilon Ycstrl.iv
mornliiB It was found that she had slipp'd
her hulidclilTs and esi up, I Hln is be
llevd to have left the citj, ns the poln e
were unable to llnd her in lur old haunts
A short time nHer the pollie were In
Termed of Mar Kamb's csiape anotlnr
female pilsomr conlliu d In the i( work
house made a successful dash for llbi r j.
The second pilsoner was Poia HiKhb ".
who was Klvm u thlit das "t ntem to
the workhouse bv I'ollce Judge Jams on
June 2U tiince lur nrrivd in the wmk
house she has been eniplovid In the laun
dr At 10 o'clock jcsteidaj forenoon she
eluiteu me MKiiance or me launurj ku;iiu
and passed out the side dooi of ttie laun
drj. A minute afterward her absence was
discovered bv the Kiiurd He looked out ot
the door and saw hi r running from the
building. A chase of the escaping prisoner
was made, but she pioved more lleet
footed than hit pursuers.
l'rofessor Haines, chemist to the Chicago
board of health, savs ho has found Hie
Jiojjll Jlaklng Powder the purest and
strongest, and nuperlor to all others In
A pat unit's r.ovr.
Paul Ik Weeps ind VIimiis as Ills Child Is
Ltd frnin If Im.
Police Mati on I-cc nppir-d at tl.c
county Jill yesterday afternoon with little
lohnnle Nl, the son of Paul Nix. the
Texas cattleman, who was arr'sml about
six weeks ago charged with attempting
to forge a check In order to pay nla bill
at the Metropolitan hold, and who has
employed his spare time in tre Jail since
hjs arrest in vainly attempting to end h s
own lire. Mrs. I.ee proposes in s, nl John
nie to his home in Dallas, Tex, to-d.i;..
and the oeiaslon of her Hit was to give
the lad a i hance to bid his father a I i-t
fond farewell The bov vvas-jot admitted
Inside the cell with his fat hi r, but was
onI allowed the privilege or crisping his
hand through the bars nnd fundi) kissing
him In tin 'tins manner Ni. almost vvnit
frantic when the news was given him
that he would see his boy no more for
some length of time, and the tiar- ran
down his faie and r. II on the hands or
his child as he enileavori 1 to ela-p it to
his hi art under the most extraoi linnrv
dl-advantag's. At 1. ngth the boy was 1, d
awji) by Mrs tat, and as Ihey hurra !
down the hall Ilu ints ol tin stihkin
fathir otild be plilni) hf ml without, ihc
Many persons liiep Curler's little l.lver
Pills on hand to prevent bilious attacks sick
headache, dizziness, and lad them just what
l'ICOPi:iit OWM.lis 'ID III.AMt:.
b) 1V)iindotlp strict Has Not lie. a Paved
Hi I mi eii Ninth and 1 nurtit alii.
Considerable complaint has been made of
late, because the lepaviug of Waudolto
street, between Ninth and Puiiitecnlh, is
not completed, and mvir has birn un ler
taken, in spite of the petition alii ged to
have i en hied with the hoard of publtt
uoiks over a ear a.u. An investigation
of the mutter renals the fait that 1h(
reason Wt worn has i ever bien i omnitiii d
is that a majoiit i1' munstrani e I- on tilt,
objce'tlns to the use of .Lsphalttun as itn
material Assistant c'lt Kiiwinn r Miuln II
sii)s that nothing can be iluiu- bv hi- di -purtment
unlesi. the prop, rt) owmrs wltli
diaw irom the remoiistram i in sullli lent
numbers to retime it to a minoiuv, oi
tile a majority petition asking f ir a t hanj.'
in the miterlal. lie sas the remonstrant t
U linal, so far as the board of public wurk
Ik conci rued, and If the propntv uvvmis
want an) thing done, they ,md they alone
Imvo tho jemedy.
llocaufo of Us mm h greater strength,
the Jtnynl Halting Powtler is more econom
ical than any similar leavening agent,
1 his summer'."
Yes? Then let us send jou views and
concise Information us to mountain trips
No charge. Adoriss n. L. Wlnchell,
Chet small bloik, Denver, Col.
Itiitldliig Pi riiilts
The following building ! mills vvtre U
J. II. Ntwell. Ninth and Ilioadway, to re
model bruk building, to con f.'.t'rt
Prank I., ovtatt 501 Wilroml avenue,
venreied frame rtslbme to to-i $d,l
.Mlsceiianrom peiin 's aggr suing -CO.
Highest HoimrsWorld's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pure Grape Cream of Tartar Pqwder. Free
iom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
12th mtil Alnltt 5ts.
More Bens.ition.il than ever.
More kitiils--nioro of a knul.
Trices that would give the
maker th" horrors,
Moire ; Satin anil (iros
Gram; Gros Grain with
Satin htlgesj Nos. tG ami
13 i C a Yard n
.'' e-'x save Hack, white
but as much better than any
yon over cot at 50 cents as
you'd consider sunlight to
M.ide of best quality of
muslin, full, long, high
sleeves, hemstitched India
linen ruflle round neck, and
Ihcir real value, 75c.
at two thirds prices, and such
corsets as every woman in
Kansas City will say is the
best, most graceful, comfort
able and serviceable ever
Sizes rS to 28, whtte only.
G. BERNHEIMER, BR0S.& GO.
I In (.n it KiMHi tn trnltiti.
Al'lLHNuOS ND L.VI MNtr.
spi 1 i il I r-iln H p 111.
THE MENDQZA SISTERS
'I rapett Ti ifiirmt r, rrttin ltojnl 1 n;
llsll ( Ir
AFTPKNOON AM) KVCSIJfil.
tSorv Innai? tin fanmus (irntor
oam oones aim iwmu.iM.
'4-1 illlllls -
-trteintitiil ul t t.tliuk. I. tilling at H 30
o't till l(
Speeiii I rains rniiii -tttuitl and Malimt
ami i-t t "iitl and Wjaiiiliitli .irteli..
Wil U lieKlliniui; I nil t .liuie ..I II XII V'.' "
ys. Net. t,rK Up ra ( fmpiu in
Imposition Park, 4 p. m.
KANSAS CITY VS. MINNEAPOLIS!
lu-tli) ami Iburiela).
KANSAS CITV JOCKEY CLUB.
FIVE OR MOfOAGES DAILY.
Admission BO Conta-Ladloa Froo,
fir purity on I f r Inproremcnt of the com-plcxlonuutli'-
etpials J'nzzovi's l'ounun.
f& K. O.
ism & Awning co
1 r.nliici it all lilutU, 'Jttutl
ot all I.I111U, 1 lai;, I'aulius
I m 1. ul ull hind., stuti fur
( riie. 'i lepliuuo lell I
101) Hnt Klulith St
PiALPfi. now ami 9(1 hanJ.
of all kiudi; Lett erI'ihseA. Trucks,
TeL ecu 013 .Mulberry st.
V.tl.n I'Mll lltliv-bkaiuluatlun lorad
1 inlislou to n e 1'rtJhmau cUtiit' of Vale
Colli to and tbe Sutltieltl ielentltlc btuool will
tilii lil In fhn I T J r(. .nni1 cmtiViii isi iiipiiui rt
1 ImcutU JDd l.o: uit btrevld, UalliUlU,' ou
Tburtdar, J ui. .., m a a, a. I
$15 brought to Nicoll the Tai
lor will procure it maclc-to-order
suit that before the
low tariff would have cost
Like reductions will be noticed
in the price of other suit
ings and overcoatings from
$15 to $50 and at all prices
Trousers to order for $4 that
under the old tariff would
have cost $5, and similar
saving on all trousers up to
Skilled labor was never so good
or abundant, and we have
plenty of it.
Samples mailed. '
Comer 9th and Rflain
Chicago. .- Jf W St. Low.
ST. Paul (&yi'CCt& ovunv.
uostoi. TAfLbR DrsvrR'
DESMOIDS. Illwl I'lTTSBUWI.
Washington. NrwYour. Indian vrotis.
KANS"!ClTr. SANl KANCISCO. MlNNrAPOtlS.
llARTtORD. I'ORTUND, ORr. LOSANOttLS.
AM. Ol'lt WOIlK IS -M.Di: IX THIS
ciTr ur thi: iii:st jour tah.ohs.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED
Oter 200 Tcotli r.itnicteil Daily. X0
1'Al.N OU DA.Nlii:U. Artificial Teeth
warranted to Fit Perfectly. Decayed
ami iicliins: teeth, if worth it. filled ami
sat etl. .
725 M&TM STREET
ALTAIAN. KAULBACH & CO. Prons.
Oldest and Original.
io West Ninth St.,Kiiis:is City.Ho
Lead qr ami Stitcmarm bpaeialist In Wool
Xt rv. us and I ru rv intfinrs
Mlllult Diltiiliv, mih us many
gloomv Hiuipioni' ureu
I iin'I VII VI II V cuuannil rpstored.
I'll 1 1 Is cured for lito vvlilinui int'reiirr
I ICI.NAKV Ill--I.AM.- cund quicUly aud
will s Al.l. oi'lll'Ks I'.wi, consult I)r IL
1 W'liltiier and rt'iiltu tlin e indld opinion of a
pliii un ol cvppric nr, lUlll .mil lutecriiy. No
prouilht h made ih il faunoi to till tilled.
vu.Dlt im.i lurnlshtd at small cost, and
Mm anyvvhern sealed. Ireutiuent M.V l.lc
M.-N'i r. ). i).
I III. I luniultuton and urinary analyils.
(J I T I Ti' in ne.illti and emeruenclei, seated.
i Ui-ilJ fr,j ,,,i muni,!,, ltUuUa l'reti
tall or address in contldenee.
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
111 A .at Minn M KA.V'il', CI I ,. MO,
Get the Best Paint 1,K:t.AaUly.
Kvery callnii nnltl
tlibl.it to eLtiule.it
Carrltil In ktotk 1
Jna. M. Surface,
Hltli niitl (iraiid ale'.
.Manur.it turitl by
Sewall & Hughes
I'.ilnt, untl dla.j Cti.,.V. Il, fur. lltluind .Mul
cu Ii:iii u iltti (t toot ru ch.ift, walnt ciri.
T !) Tolrd ami Uxtudntd tree,
019 WALNUT ST, KANSAS CITY, MO.
XII E tin. THAT ttJnlUCATEl IIOSIU
61 ILL JlANt'lACt UBKU UV
VACUUM OIL GO.
But to buy It and you will get It lulu
original packages 40 10
sJifexila 8 i3 B &
OPENS JUNE 11 1895,
Largest and finest summer
resort house in the West; room
for 1,000 guests; water in sight
from every window. Plenty of
steamers, yachts androwboats;
fine fishing; first-class orches
tra. Frequent trains on Great
Northern Railway to and from
Minneapolis and St Paul.
For accommodations address
until June sad, St. Paul, Minn.
E. V. J10LC03IBE, Malinger.
Alexandria, Douglas Co,, Minn.
Surrounded by a half hundred
large lakes. Fine club houses
of the Lake Miltona Club of
Chicago, near Alexandria.
Reached by morning and even
iner trains from St. Paul.
Osakis, Douglas Co, Large
lake, good accommodations.
Reached by two daily trains
from St. Paul.
Litchfield, Minn. Lake Ripley
and companion bodies of
water, well stocked with fish.
Green Lake at Spicer, Minn,
Reached by daily trains.
Park Rapids, Minn, From
which Leech Lake and Lake
Itasca can be reached.
Lake Minnetonka, Reached at
Wayzata, Minnetonka Beach,
and Spring Park by Great
To name all the good points
would be to call off a list of
every Great Northern station
in the Minnesota Park region.
Operates the only exclusively
Steamships "Northwest" and
"Northland" leave Duluth
Mondays and Fridays at 3 p.
m. for above points. For
further information, address
F. I. WHITNEY,
G. P. and T. A. Great North
ern Ryf St. Paul, Minn,
X.-" t t-y
I Comes soon EfATk f
to all who
' Decs the work nulclcer. doe it
I once, solu cverywlicrc. iuauc oiuy oy
JThe N. K. Fairbank Company, - St. Louis. I
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THERE WILL BE AN
LOOK FOR IT IN
The WOMAN'S EDITION
Kansas Csty Jqurml;
"I know what Is tho matter with mc, but WHO can cure me.1
It Is niell-l:nown fsoi
that In Ort'anlo Stricture
a Uliro-iil istio miterlal
in ami on tlio mucus mem-
br.ine of tlin ivatcr mm.
-S2 saco, thst It gradually
nr:aul7Cj aud brcdUllH
nira. nrin ami louiju. e-uuiui u uueuemng iuipoisidic: nowoier.iiisuiact.
and puekirlng of tho memli'anp. 'this ..lytreiitmentlsof suili a nnturo that It
belriK tho c.ie-. how can the rutting or nip- uctnd'r.'ctlyupoti the Btrlrturo nnd any ills.
turlUK of u strleturn euro ll? It cannot. a3cdttviu", !iSoiiyif.f tvundmrm
Thi ilepnilt lsfcllllthero, irane, prailually illhsolylnir tho Tilastio do-
Tlio InKi'iiuity of tlio surpcon has hern postt ami rcuiut ini; all adventitious ti-.s-je,
thoroufhly taitil to find nu i'fectto mothod which comes uwov in ngavrdust-liko form or
tor tho euro of Mnclure bcoresof ope-ra- bhreds, or la Htrljis from half to scleral
tlvit procedures liavo occnoe vised Kradual, lnchca in leuRtli. Sometimes the 'Hlinl.j
rapid and continuous dilations, bougies, BtneturcwIllcomoawayJnonB piece. Tho
Bounds, caustics, cuttinjis, cite. Occasion- treatment is easy to use does not interfere
ally theso euro In exceptional ciscs, but as with ordinary busluovs, docs rot causo pjia
a rulo. all nro failures JIow many paticnti. and Inflaminatlon. is not xcTcro and tna
havo had this hind of treatment hutfereil patient can use It nt home without exposure,
uuiold misery anil piln for months orjears, .Many specimens of actuul Htrlcturo can
andatlast.qulundlssust. be seen at jay offlco. Ilour3:8a.m.toSipuu
TO tucctiiulljr treat stricture, this plastlo Mate your cjsonndemltemDfornlrculai:
DR. HENDERSON, 101
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Foreign Drafts issued on
U k3k uM
710 Wyandolle, Kan
sas Ciiy, Mo,
K.YAa CXrV, Bll.sourl.
bl't I.OUIS, .lll.iourl.
WESTERN SASH AND DOOR COMPANY!
Corner Nineteenth and Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, 3Io.
vv Kiw.v orriui:-iii:isT itt'ii.m nj.
It. W, llUUUWAIIIl.
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND (1LASS. '
1206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Noar Union Depot), Kansas City. Mo.
Richards & Conover Hardware Co, ,
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood
better, taste longer. BeKin its tue nt
by the Women.
depofcltmwf bo re-mo eil, anel as 1 can do
this, I aj claim to iueruriiy over all other
rllcati'l orgnnlc htricuiro ithout resortliiK
Iniliiiusuuikn li ciusiips. hutn.ip-. un m.w
or an opcratluu of any Iclml Toanononot
tmdir.sl.indinir hnwthlq (Milnnn. t. will k.m
V. 9th St., Kansas Citv. Mo.
New York Life Building.
It. IJCoviM.tON, Cashier. I). A. McKimiEM,
., 4i, nun,, 41. j, iivi-iil b. fc. SLUAr.
All Tarts of tlio Old World.
'"I t I-NKUKIin'V AM) -MCllt.
rillMlM lii me oldebt and only
k'euulne e mo in the two Kansas
Lilys. Anvono mn in. n.-... ......
hlmielf. Tho Wherroll Is tho only euro Indorsed
uuu ncu ur me uuiieu butts eoerqment oii
Invea ligation. Ihe only ona that BuirinlBcsa
nnd pormariaul cur. to ettry patient, and tha
Call or scud for literature.
J. f. llUUlOX,
FAXON & CO..
Work, Nails, Safes, Scalea Etc-